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Crowd Vatches Idly As .
On Cop at La Boca
An unruly crowd of hoodlums .gathered around a
Canal 2one police patrol in La Boca yesterday after( having
tried to intimidate an officer who wa, arcesting a man
he had seen peddling illegally hear Thatcher ferry ramp.
' Stones as big w two f ists were throwir at the patrol
wagon. Qne hit the arresting police officer; D. S. Heilman,
in the back. f. P ..
Except for one boy who picked up Heijman's traffic
whistle and handed it to another policeman, nobody in the
eroWd tried to assist the law enforcemen,t,pfficer.
Other rocks caused dent damag damaging
ing damaging the paddy wagon. Some lell
inside the vehicle.
Heilman wa also cut in .the
forehead with a blackjack wield wielded
ed wielded by Ralph Robinson, 24, Pana Panamanian,
manian, Panamanian, the -peddler he was try try-inir
inir try-inir to arrest. The wound required
Pcle guard Thomas Morrell,
Panamanian, eame to Hai'-
' mn'i aid, but was not injurad
In the struggle with Robinson.
One police officer said today he
believed most members of tRe bel belligerent
ligerent belligerent crowd which tried to in intimidate
timidate intimidate the policeman were resi residents
dents residents of communities other, than
La Boca. 1
Numerous court cases in recent
months have involved vagrancy
and illegal peddling in on the east
ramp of the ferry.'
Yesterday afternoon police ar arrested
rested arrested Victor Samuel Gray, 21, a
Panamanianresident of Parsiso.
who is already under a suspended
" -sentence ison condition he keep a a-way
way a-way fromUhe ramov v i
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NEWl YORK, Feb. -(UP)
A crippling, longshoremen's,
strike that could v turn ; New
York hirbor into ghost port
appeared a., certainty today
because of an overwhelming
union rejection f a' "final of-
fer" frona waterfront employ
The imminent walkout, which
would affect some 25,000 dock dock-workers,
workers, dock-workers, added to the woes of
the nation's busiest port,' al already
ready already -burdened by an eight-day
tugboat strike that has cut off
70 per-cent of fuel deliveries to
the greater Jfew York are.
Dock workers In other ports
between pprtland.' Me.. and
Hampton Roads, Vft., also are
expected to walk-out on Tues Tuesday
day Tuesday when an 80-day cooling-of f
injunction expires. The Injunc Injunction,
tion, Injunction, issued at -the request of the
federal government under a
provision of -the" Taft-Hartley
law, temporarily halted a nine nine-day
day nine-day strike of longshoremen a a-long
long a-long Atlantic and Gulf Coasts
last November, :
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GARDEN GROVE, Calif, Feb.
a Iip women passing the
Garden Grove Firehouse com-
niainfif that firemen have been
sounding off with loud wolf
Wednesday, "the Bremen were
exonerated. The whistles were
traced to a talking mynah In a
Jet shop next to the firchouse-J
State Department Denbunce Russia Spy Cha rges
AsKRetaliations For Revelations Of Red Espion age
. WASHINGTON. Feb. (UP)
The United States today de de-tvnnaced
tvnnaced de-tvnnaced Russia's latest "spy"
charges as an attempt to retaliate
against "revelation or aciuai so soviet
viet soviet espionage activities v In the
United States." - -The
State Department saw the
charges as an effort to divert
attention from Russian 'aggres
sion in Hungary and to try to
back ua Soviet charges that the
United fctates has interfered in the
intern a affairs of eastern Europe European
an European countries.
The State Department firmly
labelled "false" spy charges
broucht against two assistant nav naval
al naval attaches expelled from Moscow
today and two assistant military
attaches ordered out of the Rus Russian
sian Russian capital eirht days ago.
Likewue. lt said that four Ru-
sians paraded before "aa elabor-i
1 ( jf
He ti ausptftad of bavihg bean
Involved in the rJier fracas.
His case was lo be hoard in-Balboa
' Magistrate's court this, aft aft-rnoon,
rnoon, aft-rnoon, ..
Guard .'Morrtll- was on his daily
trip in the patrol to La Boca serv service
ice service center to pick up the noonday
me,l for. prisoners in Balboa jail
when hfc-saw officer Heilman. hav hav-ing.trouble.
ing.trouble. hav-ing.trouble. 'tg
.Robinson had! been caught near
La Boca commissary.
.-' t 'ft
Heilman. who had been -work
ing alone, was trying to get Robin
son into a patrol sedan.
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In the. t r ti g g 1 e-. Robinson
grabbed the policeman's gun but
was unable to get it out of its
holster. Somehow he got hold of
the'officer'a blackjack and struck
Kai'man in the face, making an
ugljleuf'sbbve the nose.
Aftori MorrII Jrrivoal, the. two
gotr ftobinson into' the patrol
wagon and got handcuffs en
Mm. MCanwhil the rocks waro
flying. Both Morrell and Hil Hil-man
man Hil-man dodgad reeks,' and ono
caught Heilman in the back.
Heilmail'si face, was bloody, hit
uniform, torn He wa, sent to Var Vargas
gas Vargas Hospital where .his face j?
stitched up. ,He is convalescing if
'" t ij''1"'. -;s.:' 'lS -i V;',
Robinson. wh llvp in R
jot was charged' In- Balboa Magis Magistrate's
trate's Magistrate's Court with rVassault by
means or force likely to pro3ucfr
great bodily injury."
His case is set for Monday! Bail
fixed at $500 has not been posted,.
Chief Of Jlaff;
To New Posl
Maj L; ; GerT Louis i T. Heath
Caribbean; Command chief oi
staff, ,bU become the com commander
mander commander ,of the field commanJ
of the Armed Forces special
weapons project at Sandla Base,
"w wicAitu, in oepiemoer
Announcement of Heath's new
assignment' was made In Wash Washington
ington Washington thLi' week hy Becretafy
of the Amy Wilber M. Brucker,
who siuvdteneously announrfl
that Bri Gen. Louis V. High
tower. rfent deputy: Com
mandins general of U. S. Army
Caribbean, -will be assigned t
Headqusrtsre Caribbean Com Com-and
and Com-and June 1 to succeed Heath
as chiet cf staff. t
Prior lo reporting to Sandla
Base in September. Heath will
have a period of temporary duty
In the office of the Aipiy Chief
of Research, and. Development
Lt. Gen. James M. Gavin for
orientation on the military re
- The Headquarters field com command
mand command at Sandla Base is the
field clement of the Armed
Forces tpecial weapons project
which ha Its headquarters in
ately staged press conference" in
Moscow Wednesday were "falsely
presented as U. S. spies Jt said
three of the four alleged spies had
been "produced" by the Soviets
before. 1 '. .. r-
Department spokesman Lincoln
White noted that the Soviet cut
loose with their spy charges fol
lowing the arrest and indictment
in New York of a Russian bora
and two Lithuanian-bom persons
on charges of spying for Russia
White said in a lengthy state statement
ment statement that expulsion of the four
U S. military officers "can be pre presumed
sumed presumed U, be fa retaliation against
revelations of actual Soviet eroioo
age activities hi the United Stales,
"The revival of old props faaJajtoxlcd condition resulted i
cnarges and taoncauona of newijioo
incidents by the Soviet govern-
ment White said "apparently is
timed hi provide material in anSuod
f ?'Ze the people know the truth and the
7 Bomb Hits, Anv.Kind of Canal Is Goner.,.
Former Navy Captain Knocks Sea Level Project
Plugs Third Locks-Terminal Lake Combination
Plumping for favorable action on a. combination of a third Set of locks and a Pacific
side terminal lake instead of conversion of the Panama Canal to sea level, a retired Naval
officer has highlighted various aspects of the two plans. v . a; :
f Capt. E. John Long, who was an assistant to the late Secretary of Defense James For-;
festal, points out that in atomic or hydrogen tombing "if enemy planes get throurh, any
kind of canal is a goner bomb-loosened land slides would fill it m even 1 flocks escaped."
. Long's article which appeared in the 19S7 winter edition of Ships and the Sea was re recently
cently recently read Inli the Congressional record at the request of Rep. Daniel J. Flood (P-Pa.)
In presenting it, Flood termed the future of the Panama Canal, "one of the gravest
questions that now confronts the United States."
Lone calls on those consider-
ing the-Cariars luture to aispose
of the idea of a "bombproof, waterway"'-'
. In pointing out' that bombings
with modern explosives : would
cause earth slides that would de
stroy a ea level canal as ream
ly or even more readily -than
they : would a locks-and-lake
While Canal officials claim
that, the press play given the
rock fissures and the slides (at
or near Contradtor's Hill)
cause an undue amount of a a-larm,
larm, a-larm, the fact remains that
the overhanging slopes and the
saturated earth banks wili al always
ways always pose a threat under the
present heavy ship movements,
and they, along with inade inadequate
quate inadequate locks and anchorages;
underscore the need for action
at least to the extent of o
thorough survey of Canal fac facilities
ilities facilities in the light of future
Noting that the French plan
nej a, sea-level canal at Pana
ma "ana wens oroKe in several
attentpls. to dig it'; Long puts
ttiiu)ji-o, vw vak avr p-w.pa, a"-ri. - i i
forward a commentiof the Na-. kw-7et anal seems to he-.li
nonar economic ,t;ouncu m up up-posing
posing up-posing "squandermanla at ea-
The Council ; observed that
government 'engineers habitual habitually
ly habitually .Underestimate the cost ot
projects in which they are par particularly
ticularly particularly Interested.,, ''The stra strategy
tegy strategy of spenders is ta get a proj
ect started andthen trust Con-
grew to meet' the deficits." ;
Long's article said in part:'
"The third, locks-terminal lake
plan calls for a wider set ot locks.
located a little-distance irom ine
present dual Jocks at Gatun, a
complete new set of locks at Ml j
raflores, and abandoning ine
locks now at Pedro Miguel.
"Elimination of the-.' latter
would permit the construction of
a Summit terminal lake near the
Pacific end of the canal, to
match' the ship anchorage pro-
yideq by Oatun Lake near the
Atlantic end. r ...
"Such anchorages are not on only
ly only essential when fog halts ship
traffic in Gaillard Cut. but they
alsojierve to increase the reser reservoirs
voirs reservoirs that stabilize the level of
VUnder the locks-lake plan the
main channel of the canal would
be widened and straightened,
and the water level of the canal
between locks would be increas increased
ed increased slightly i (from 83 feet to 92
feet maximum above sea level).
"The sea-level project, at first
plance, seems to be much aim-:
pier. As at Sues say Its advo advocates,
cates, advocates, vessels could steam right
aw . ... ,
uiraqgo wiuouc sioppuig ex-
cept for the payment of tolls.
. CHICAGO, Feb. (UP) A
free i bar will 1m opened in the
neais of cmcago's uquor-iaden
But, the only libation dlspens-
eo ai-tne oar win be miu cus-
tributed. by the Pure Milk Asso-
effort 1 support the Soviet false
claim) of US. interference in the
inter! affairs of the countries
Whie said the charges can be
tracts to the "understandably ex-
treral sensitivity of the Soviet
goveament to overwhelming
Nations eondmi nation
aggression ia Hungary.'
Drink At Wheel,
Light In Wallet
Drifc"g a Mercury sedan ea Cu
rundiiload while be was ia aa in-
re today for Louis
ffense occurred at 1:20 pjn.
PANAAfA, JU'' V,', FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 8, 15T
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''Actually, I think, we shoiildi
use quotes arouna any menuon
of sea-level canal, at Panama,
because it is a misnomer. No
such .thing; as a sea-level canal
could ever be possible there be because
cause because of the difference in tides.
between the Atlantic and Paci-
fic'at the Isthmus.
fAt the Atlantic end, for ln-
stance, the tide rises and falls
only a foot or two, whereas at
Balboa, on the Pacific side the
range is sometimes as much as
" jo, completely lockless ca canal
nal canal were dug a heavy current
would rush through at certain
times, making navigation ha,
zardous and eroding the banks.
"So, even a' searlevel canal
would require at least one tidal
lock, at the Pacific end, and
maintenance of a water level
about equal to that of the Ca Caribbean.
ribbean. Caribbean. While the- oceans thus
would supply the water needed
to operate the canal, some di diversion
version diversion of the fresh-water tor torrents
rents torrents that now supply the canal
wouhrliave to be undertaken,
and flood control arranged.
TTn- principal' advantage of
minatlon of all but on lock.e-
(rurmgf lock-operating costs and
time needed 'for lockage,, Jf-'
On the other Hand, Khertr
probably would beno net Sods
ing in .transit time' because
the length of the narrow chan channel
nel channel would be increased from
7.69 miles i-the present Gail-
lard Cut to 31.1$ miles. '';
"Anyone knows that a ship
can move Taster and safer In an
open lake than In a dug trench.
''Proponents of th e 'Third
Locks-Terminal Lake plan point
out another disconcerting possi possibility
bility possibility that may befall a sea-level
"The deeper and longer the
cut through the Continental Di Divide,
vide, Divide, the greater the chances of
Directors Schley Tudor Named
To PC Boost-Capacity Committee
The oldest and youngest mem
bers of the Panama Canal Compa
ny's board of directors, in point of
service, have been named mem
bers of the ad hoc committee
headed by Gov. W..E. Potter to
study proposals for increasing- the
capacity of the Panama Canal. ,
Assistant secretary of the Army
George- H. Roderick, chairman- of
the Canal Company board, has an-
UVU1JLCU U1Q llfUVUMHICUl VI IMA M 1
Gen. juli,n L Schley, formerly
!chief l0f engineers and formerly
governor oj tne ranama canal,
and Ralph A.' Tudor, an engineer
of San Francisco, who last month
was appointed a director.
Tne naming" ot an ad hoe com
mittee to study proposed method d
oi increasing the capacitp ot tne
Canal was announced by Roderick
at the close of the board meeting
in uie canal ivone tan weea.
In a letter to Potter announcing
the additional members, the board
White reported that the U. "S.
Embassy in Moscow has protested
the assault on a Leningrad street
of the twoaval atuches expeUedlfood, a survey disclosed today,
from Moscow today. Cart Paul R.
Uffelman and Lt William S.'Lew-
Whit miA ih wm aMjck'did not understand NATO,
bv "a erotm nf nersnna dresini in!
civilian clothes" while a "Soviet
militiaman stood by." He said the
United States his no evidence as
to whether the .incident "was
staged or not staged."
Lewis was carrying a camera
White said, but "in aa epea area
as permitted by Soviet law." He
said the U.S. officers were taken
to a police station "under threat
of force after tbey had fully idea idea-tifiH
tifiH idea-tifiH themselves.
They were allowed to leave "af
ter stale t mt were taken
'"vf.Ltft.ct," waif sata,
country ts tnfe ibrafwm Lincoln,
,'Eventually an equilibrium of
banks and bottoms Is attained,
of course, but if the 42-year-old
present waterway is still being
threatened with landslides, how
long would it take a sea-level
canal to settle down? j
Engineers estimate that the
sea -level tut would be at least
108 feet deeper, and 4 times as
long, as the present Gaillard
Cut ''-i- -'
"Finally, there Is that all-lm
portant matter, of comparative
costs. This concerns an or us
whether the canal improvements
are paid for by congressional ap
nrocriatiom calling for higher
taxes or 1 from increased snip
transit tolls, resulting in higher
commodity prices on world mar
?The locks-lake plan could In
corporate much of the $75 mil
lion worth of work that has' al
ready, gone Into the -unfinished
third locks. The rest of the lob,
its advocates estimate, could be
done ior 800 million.
The time reauired would be
about four or five years. Ship
, traffic would, be interrupted;
-."That tn contrevei'sv Aver th
e!atit merit of the two plans
.is-Ukeiy, to wax notter m I9si is
indlcatedf by statement! made
rece,rinyf joy. 'partisans of both
""fn Hay mf. John-S. Set
"bold, retiring Governor of the
Canal Zone, said he believed a
tea-level canal at Panama teas
"Further surveys br Othef' lo locations
cations locations or types of inter-oceanic
waterwsys would be a needless
waste of .public funds, h dded.:
v "The closing session wf the Nar
tionil Rivers and Harbors Con Congress
gress Congress convention in .Washington
in May also urged the conversion
of the 40-mlle-long,;, canal to
ocean level, although' it renoe.
nized that the cost of th under undertaking
taking undertaking might be as much as $4.8
; chairman said the committee may
call on Defense Department, other
government agencies, and
pendent private sources for infor
mation and counsel during the study-
Meanwhile,' Potter announced at
Balboa Heights that a working
committee hss been established to today
day today within the Canal organization
to prepare data required for stu study
dy study and recommendations by the
board committee which he heads, i
This committee will- have Lt.
Gov. H. W. Schull, Jr., as chair chairman,'
man,' chairman,' and members will be Cspt.
Warner S. Rodlmon. Marine Direc
tor: Col. Hugh M. Arnold, Engi
neering and Construction Direc Director;
tor; Director; John D. Hollen, chief of the
Executive Planning Staff; and Ma.
Davis H. Smith, military Assistant
to the Governor.
No" time limit has been set for
the ad hoc committee to make its
report to the full board, but Rode
rick indicated in the .original an
nouncement that tt should be done
at a yery Mrly date.
Have You Bought
Anv NATO Today?:
BONN, Germany, Feb; 1 (UP)-
Many German women think
NATO is a soap powder or a baby
The German Atlantic Associa
tion said 47 out of 100 German
women polled. in a questionnaire
The association comprises Ger-
members of the North At-:
Untie Treaty Orgaaization Parlia Parliamentary
mentary Parliamentary Conference. - i
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PIORIA, IH TeM t (UP) rJt
Thomas A. Bricker, 72 announc-
21-year-oid fifth wife, Marge,
Bricker has another daughter
by previous marriage. She Is
Un Wtir-r Dlen Rratum so nr
Saginaw, Mich. I
Continental Coffee Queen Ana Ana-lids
lids Ana-lids AlfaYe wat euotad teday. as
saying she resigned the hotier of
being Carnival Queen because
she wanted t b quaan af the
Maple and net af a cammarcial
However, Teodore Arias, a c t t-lng
lng t-lng chairman of the Panama Car
nival board, insisted today that
the only reason for, Miss Alfaro's
contract with the International Cof-
tee f ederation prevented tier from
accepting the app o In t m eat
queen of the 1957 Carnival. yiii.
The board immediately an announced
nounced announced a .contest to choose a
Queen fnllnwine Ml Alfaro'i r.
sisnation last night. u
-Miss-Aifaro is said to have ob objected
jected objected to the board's decision, to
install her throne and headquar headquarters
ters headquarters in Hotel El Panama.
Sha Is a'se reported fs having
said she would accept ha hontr
cenfarrad Wm hr if the head head-quarters
quarters head-quarters of th quaan was1 in in-stalieef
stalieef in-stalieef in Santa Ana Plaxa or
same ether place available ta
the general public, instead 'of
on!y these' who cn afford
patrenlxe the luxury hotel.
Arias said the id'eao t making
the mi Carnival "official' was
prompted by the desire to provide
an attraction for tourists.
. Consequently, the Junta had un unanimously
animously unanimously agreed, to install the
queen's headquarters at El Pa Panama,
nama, Panama, as a tourist attraction.
1' a signed statement, t, if,
Panama America. Mi AHi,.
pe a4dqoJci wr te'M
Jr. affixed his signature this week
to a contract for-establiihment of
a tilunt fj hnIM lnu, -v., t v
.' me ; contract, waa signed with
, - .......v ni. muusuin
Inc. a New Y6rk investment firm.
'The; President? Is also scheduled
to attend the 'inauguration of the
aeriea oi tree open-air con-
O j ..IV nit,
Department e be Ministry of E E-ducation
ducation E-ducation and sponsored by Pana Panama
ma Panama business firms.
The lrl will AAnaiat .iakt
concerts,, ballets and stage plays
with the participation of tht Dance
and Dramatie Arts school ih.
atlnnal Svmnhnni nrnKA.tr
-he National. Institute Chorus and1
oursjanaing Panamanian soloists,
CONSUMER PRICES- RP & CZ
! NATIVE PRODUCTS: Panama and
Canal Zone selling prices
(Prices supplied by Panama Chamber of Commerce)
Evanoralf rnlllr rn 141Z.
EVaporated milk cans 6 os.
Condensed milk cans 14 ok.
Powdered milk cans 24 ..
Powdered milk cans 1 lb.
Powdered milk cans 9 lb.
Rice 100 'lbs..
Rice 1 lb. ........ .i
Rice (Grade 11 1 lb.
Rice (Grade 2) 1 lb.
Rloe (Grade 3) 1 lb.
Sauce 02. ......
Catsup -12 os. .
- a mm. e
SOAPS aV CLEANERS
Washing soap bar
utveue water pint
La relle -.water Quart
Native sugar 2 lbs. ......
Native sugar 5 lbs. ....
Native sugar 100 lbs
Toilet paper 650 Sheets
Toilet paper 1.000 sheets
Native dried -codfish 1 lb.
Native. potatoes lb. .1. ;M
Native eggs dot. 24 os,
Native egga dox. 20 ox. ..........
Native eggs dox. II ox. v...
Nattve frankfarters lb
Native frankfurtera gr. lb. .....
Imported fraskfartera lb. .......
FLOUR PASTES ' v ?
Macaroni lb ......
tzi Canal on Import.
Thieves Rough Up
Victims In RF
Panama nolir nufrhnrifii
forts to halt the current crima wave which has hit Pnn
ama City and surrounding areas.
At nooii today at least 1 1 robberies and purse-snatch
ings had been reported the National Guard and Secret
police headquarters within the preceding 24 hours.
: Amona the victims are two lottery tiekef trendeM
who reported havirtg their purses, containing consider
able money and unsold lottery ticketssnatched.
. Reports of robberies are also coming in from Cofon
anf; the town .uof iChorrera. r
Somi victims report being "roughed up," others n
there has been no physical harm attempted by the rab
bers and. snatchers. ;
Mrs. Ana Matilde Mendoza,
one;-Of the ticket vendors said
her purse was wrested from her
Kv vniifVi fit hont: 17 nn nf
age as she stepped from her au-
comoDiie bo aeuver some loiuery
tickets at an automobile agency
on Francisco de la Ossa Avenue.
,Mra., Mendoza said the Dutse
cwitafned taae fr,tasre.inrM-:.
" Tni Mother 'ticket vendor,
whose nam was not given, re reported
ported reported having her purse
snatched on East 17th Street
by an unknown assailant. The
.purse contained $400 and lot
Yesterdav nollce caueht a
teenager in the act of stealing!
from. a. auner-market
. Another woman's Purse was
snatched as she walked along
Third of November Street,
a ourgiar escaped snortiy ait-
r nnnn vafrriav when ha wii
i discovered as he tried to break
into a home In La Carrasqullla.
The occupants of a green
Bulck sedan who attempted to
noid up a gasoline station also
escaped capture, in a race with
I. -. .
A woman of German nationa-
lity was mugged by several men
Local Market Canal Zont
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- c wr rmAnnUWnn tUmtr aIL ;
as she walked near the Peruvia'A
Embassy last night. She reported
juBuijr ner nectuace and other
jewelry. j t
A U.S. soldier was-attacked
in a Central'Avenu bar last
night and fobbed of his wallet
containing 209t t ,,; u
etrourra a rn,YMr.m
ii.eor),tlt't;nat thft .-fccuparjt a,
mio s.nome on via
pafta but wre scared off by a
neighbor who came out on bit
Three men whn tltmniw. :
hold' up a woman on West 25th
Street shortly before S a.m, to today
day today took to their heel whan ih
managed to scream loud enough
v anuavi, paasersDV on their
way to work
Police patrol cars answered
report that thieves were at
tempting to break into a homa
on Peru Avenue, but found no nobody
body nobody when they arrived.
report from La Chorrerel
il l ,th.e tormer mayor of thf
district was robbed of pi4
corn and dress material valuzi
at tS00. . t
He said the thieves poisoflficl
such pigs as they could not take
with them. 3
Farmers In the Province' of
Colon have also reported the Joa
of the products of their harvest
to a band of thieves operating; ;
in the area of Palma Bellas.;
Suspects In '56
The Panama Cu...t A.A.
made 2,591 arrests durine 1956
in Panama city.
Only 119 persons were sen sentenced
tenced sentenced to Jail terms or are still
In Jail awaiting trail, although
tne majority of those arrested
nd long criminal records.
The largest number of arrests
by detectives In any one month
last year was in November,
when 403 persons were arrested
The lowest number was 137 In
Of the total. 2,362 werefJiale
Jiv" 229 were ""d" 21. and
395 were women. TT
Mac, Ike Meefing :
In Bermuda Mar 21
As Details Ironed ..
LONPON. rK t rtTPi
dent E'ffnLower and BriUsh
Prime Minister Hamin
Ian have triHatlvely decided: in
mrc. m rwriinuaa March 21. dio dio-tomatic
tomatic dio-tomatic soil-res reoorted today."
The Sourrea xalrf limiim
Washlne,toi! still are working
out the details and an an an-I'Ouncement
I'Ouncement an-I'Ouncement nroheblv. will he
made later this month.
Government spokesmen de declined
clined declined to confirm or deny &s
tports. .. .
The diplomatic sources t
Jrervh Premier Guy MoKcti
would ro to Washinrton for a
cociferent -with Usenhor
sometime before the President
end liacrtluan meet
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three chiefs pt stale would r.t
totetht. . -. . 1
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Some folks like Elvis.
Some folks like Lymon.
0thera the Platters
And also the Diamonds.
Some folks like Brubeck,
Shearing and May.
They say Rock is terrific
And Roll's here to stay.
Please give me Stacy,
Miller and Mole,
Fatool and Van Eps
And then we can roll.
Give me Satchmo and Fats,;:,
Give ms Goodman and Swings
Give me Dixie or Bixie,
Or any old thing. v
But please give me music, !'
A Tune with a beatl :
A trumpet like Hackett, v.
A background that's sweet
I may be Wd -fashioned
And even a has-been,
But give it a try, Jack
"Now you has Jazz," men.
A Swinging Gate.
1 If Worried Father No. 1 had been in the ranks, h i calls
It then I don't doubt he knows what he. is talking about, as
SrS h himself has done Just the th'.ngs he preaches about
tp his cute little letter.
' But first off I doubt he knows what goes on in every GI's
mind when he dktes a girl, no matter now long Worr ed Father
Tu in the ranks. Secondly, the Arm wHl never toprove a
aerson no matter how long he stays in. Even if it is for 25
5era or more. As far as I can tell, the Army Is only two to
yea lost out of your life, years in which you lose a lot
and gain little.
I So give the Balboa teenagers their club, so we x-crazy
Gls will not have to mingle with those sweet and Innocent
! As for 'Worried ps.tl1er.H9, L4'm glad the Army made a
better man of him! 'necause '1 "Wonder now he would have done
JJi civilian life.
I Future Civilian
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" Frankle's Fan evidently heard the same CFN broadcast as
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vhy, may I ask? He is only singing Rock and Roll music, like
hundreds of others. Anyone Interested in Rock and Roll music
will and can say that they (the Teenagers) are one of the lead leading
ing leading groups. So once again, why can't we hear them over CFN?
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By VICTOR RIESEL
HOLLYWOOD They would have
laughed out here if anyone had
sat down and beat out a script s
melodramatic as the startling stu study
dy study in criminal arrogance revealed
by the headlines on the recent sto
ries of labor racketeering.
They d have told you me siory
line was hopped-up and the public
wmtlrl hcvpr hnv It. Sfl Hollvwood
has been cautious. Yet we've just
pun a:rcss some movie criticism
from a union fellow who believe
that the -few films made on lauur
are "filled with blood,, mayhem
love-sick girls and psychopathic u
This fellow is a gentle sort, by
the name of. Mark Starr, educa educational
tional educational director for David Dubin Dubin-sky'S
sky'S Dubin-sky'S Lsdies Garment Workers U U-nion,
nion, U-nion, which had one of its orga organizers
nizers organizers hacked to death in a phone
booth some years back by a thug.
Mr. Starr lives in a day dream,
and it's his kind of decency, bor
dering on naivete, which makes it
tough for the realists to protect
his kind of dream world.
His audience in Toronto was a
gathering of mighty bright and in
fluential men the educational di
rectors of almost all the great u-
nions of the U.S. and Canada.
These are dedicated men devot
ed to a heart-breaking effort an
attempt to interest some 16,000,0004
Union members In their unions ana
what their unions should mean.
In part, this is what Starr said:
"Although we have Hollywood
with all its wonderful facilities, we
in the United States have to look
tp the National Film Board of Can
ada for films on labor.
1 Now it would Ike a drtam
world indeed if all of labor wore
at gentle and decant a this old
friend of mine. Then tome phi philanthropic
lanthropic philanthropic outfit could compote
with tho Canadian Film Board
and produce a toriot of films
thowint mattot of workort in
their factoriot or playing dartt
at lunch-time. Or oa hew to
make ttool in tovon eaty lottont
'with only a mile-long mill a nd
20,000 skilled hearties.
But it's a wise labor man now
who knows his own public. The
people are angry explosively ir irritated.
ritated. irritated. They're more interested in
the Senate's special committee 01
labor, racketeering than they wera
in the Kefauver television r 0 a d
show,- Tnen. the stars were, of the
criminal caste. The. public expect
ed thcrti to be ornery and low
with high Damon Runyon esque
knmfiM. Hi. Ff. wAu, w
EorVers"; B01( the public has
heard nioua anethaic arid a eon.
descending morality from the very
men now being exposed. For years
now the word "union" has been
sacrosanct..' For years not s that
sanctity has been the secret wea
pon of a criminal band which sim
ply mjscled in on a section of la
bor and used it as a front.
These men put the union label
on their crime. Because many an
honest public official, many a cm
sading newsman, or college prof
thought first of (he workins guy
who might be hurt if unions were
hurt, there was no great outcry
ior investigation. Finally lot tf
workingmen were hurt. Lots of u-
nions were hurt. Labor s reputa
tion wr hurt. Now the public
knows that it has been taken" by
a very bright mob which took o-
ver a section of Jabor and clem
ed up millions of dollar? in t h c
From coait-to-ceatt tho public
it anory. Several thousand lot lot-tort
tort lot-tort each week are Bearing In on
Senate it, complaining er tayia?
hurrar, we want good dean w
niens; we don't waat unions horr
but neither do wo want to go
ptftii1 around anymore. Sen.
John McCle'lan, chairman of tha
new feint Investigating commit committal
tal committal Mmaelf report! tome 1,500
Mttn a week.
This outpouring of resentment :s
hom ill comers of the eountry be-
cause there's labor racketeering
ir. all corners of the c .untry. Scn.
KcC'.eJJan said privately the 0 .'1 .'1-sr
sr .'1-sr day that there is enough 10
keop the new committee busy fur
five yesrs. He said the committee
might start its hearing on W 3 t
Coast crime for let no one think
that it is concentrated on the con
gested east coast or. mid-west ci cities.
ties. cities. ;
Out on this coast there are u u-nions
nions u-nions now being probed by both
the Senate and the AFL-CIO Exe Executive
cutive Executive Council in Miami Beach,
which have ties to the toughest
eastern mobs and which have run
vice rings and built up rich and
powerful machines in almost any
area of crime you can name.
Hollywood has been charitable
indeed. It could have made mil
lions by simply accurately report reporting
ing reporting the story of those who lootel
millions from the.1 working class
which Mark Starr and hit feed
people are trying to educate.
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ir BXIW PIARION
Have Fun, Then Get Rich
By BOB RUARK
It gives you a power of pleasure
to read how all the college grad graduates
uates graduates are swamped with job of
fers. According to the last thing (
saw, the 1957 boys will average out
to 100 bucks a head just for start starters
ers starters double the average salary
of 10 years oast.
It brings a slow, slow smile, even
though you know the buck doesn tj
procure the same deer as a long
time ago when you leaped out into
One hundred rinllars V.aoh uimI
That big, coarse C-note that made
you into a man. That was a house
and a car and a servant, and peo people
ple people said "Sir" at you. When you
nax.pn rnaa pnnirv msxir hah uiaom
a real Mg fellow, and could send
me Kias-o scnooi.
- Mv first inb naid ma in hnVi a
week, on which I was supposed to
Keep mysen led, housed, and
cleaned, with very little left over
for yachts, French mistresses, and
race horses. It .vi nnt va lm,oW
able then; but my credit eating was
once sn anpmii rnar i wai tnniAj
atn.a vm. iiv-'l
down as a rish by a firm which
specialized in si4 suits.
There was a pioco In Time re re-recently
recently re-recently which said they couldn't
find enough young eewapapoimon
to go 'round. The evorago Part Parting
ing Parting pay it S3U a month, I recall
getting married on $30 a week
at a newspaperman end wenter wenter-et
et wenter-et what to do with the extra loot.
One time I worked. on e paper
at a reporter when I wat male,
ing 10 or 15 buckt more than the
city editor, and thit definitely
did not pleats him.
The only man I have ever hated
permanently was a fellow who
shall go nameless, but anyone in
Washington will remember him as
the city editor of a morning paper
which has since been merged with
He was a Scandinavian and I be believe
lieve believe he is dead. I was a scared kid
in a big town looking for a job.
only looking for a job, any job, do
ing anything at all.
He, had me physically thrown out
of the office for the sin of asking
for a job, any job, any job at all.
This was 1936 and I was a de depression
pression depression kid. I had been miserably
embarrassed in college, so impov
erished that I didn't -finish paying
for my education until after World
War II. I boaUegged a little bit, and
hustled caters for a lousy board boarding
ing boarding house, and once stole an alarm
clock so could get up in time to
attend a class that interested mr.
And this guy, -who later marriei
a rich woman, threw me out of
Office for the sin of nsklng foil
newspaper job, which that time
if it was on The Star, pud 12 bucks
a week on The News, 15 bucks.
Another man who is a big editor
now and whom I will never cease
to love was working on another pa
per. He had been a piano player
and a taxi driver. He had a beard.
He was an emergency managing
Twice a week I called, and twice
a week be looked up from his desk,
smiled. wagged his beard, and
said no. Six full months later he
looked up from his desk, wagged
1115 oeara ana saia yes.
. This man is the reason why I
have never yet been impolite to
any raw kid who wanted to work
You get to thinking, in these $100
days, where you can't find enough
newspapermen to get out the sheet.
Old Fitz long dead of cirrhosis of
the liver, was night editor when I
was night copyboy on The News in
Washington. I would say that old
Fitz had no talent as a night editor
He -just processed the copy that
came down from upstairs, to a
point where I took it down totho
1 will sort of tell you about old
Fitz, whose first name was Xoe.'ant
vriiu t;uic Aiuiu juuua, 'vuiu.
was rude. He was untalented.. He
drank much too much. He was
lazy. That's why he wa night e e-ditor.
ditor. e-ditor. But ho -wasn't to untalontod,
to laiy, to drunk, to rude that
he didn't have a hall of a lot of
timo to teach a gawky country
kid tho rudiments of tho butinott,
and with no jokes about type
lice, either. I learned to road co copy
py copy from Fits. I learned a whole
lot of thlnot from Fiti, all good.
There was a gud who is now e
editor-in-chief of a very large con
rem, who once lent me his eoat to
go and cover a story, when he was
very big and I was very little. He
didn't leave the office until I had
returned with the story, whereup
WASHINGTON- Thi Boston
Globe dumped sand last week on
the skids that bad been greased
for its competitor, the Boston Her Herald
ald Herald and Traveler, to win r televi television
sion television license worth $20 million; It
filed a series of affidavits with, the
Federal Communications- Commisr
sion that have the television-publishing
, Prior to this the FCC, under pres pressure
sure pressure from GOP National Chair Chair-man
man Chair-man Len Hall and Secretary of
Commerce- Sinclair Weeks, ordered
its staff to prepare the necessary
papers for awarding the k valuable-TV
permit to the Herald and
The decision was so cut-and-dried
that thA commissioners didn't ev
en' bother to discuss it. The four
rates. The Herald-Traveler al.' -'
. ready operates Beaton's 50,000.
watt radio ttatien WHDH and Of.;'"
fort .combined -radio time and 5
nowtpapor apace to advertisers S
at unpublished rates.
PRESSURED BANKS V ;
' In its petition to the i FCC, j the
Globe protested that "if the Heiw
aid-Traveler should be awarded a'
license to operate television "chah-
nel 5, due to the policy of the Her
ald'Trayelcr to promote its own
business to obtain additional circul-
ation and to obtain advertising' Will
be greatly increased so that (th
Globe I could comete against it
only with the greatest of difficul difficulty."
The Globe is also building a new
National Committee snaps its fing
ers cnairman ueurge mvm-
aughey, John Doener, bodot t,ee,
ii -Richard Mack Simply CSSt
their majority vote for the Herald
and Traveler, rney n omy ois ois-regarded
regarded ois-regarded the findings of the FCC s
veteran chief t x a m 1 n e r, Xor Xor-James
James Xor-James Cunningham, but srioiated
the FCC's own policy against con
centrating news outlets ww wo
Th last minute before formal
Hnn however, the rival Boston
Globe made a vigorous proicsu. u judging tne case strictly on its
a series of startling affidavits, the merits, ruled in favor of awarding
Globe charged that Herald-Travel- the license to the Greater Boston
er publisher Robert Choate hal Television Corp. Rut Choate pull- ?
tion to drive the Globe out of bus- weeks, and to a lesser extent, Sen. j
Levereu saitonstau (K., msssj.'
Weeks even, arranged appointments
ancing from' the John Hancock Mu
tual Life Insurance Company and
ine Darut informed the Globe that
they Would furnish such financing,'
but before they had :' Committed
themselves other than by verbal
commitment, Mr. Choate visited
the officers of the Insurance com
pany and officers of the. bank and
attempted to upset the loans."
. It will be interesting to see wheth
er the Globe, an independent pa
per, can persuade tne f cc not to
award the TV permit to the pro pro-Republican
Republican pro-Republican Herald-Traveler. ;
Chief Examiner Cunningham,
UVOtf. . ... t
The affidavits claimed mat onc-
had tripd for two Years to force
a merger between the Globe and
Herald-Traveler, on legal aavico
that such a merger would vioiaie
the anUtrust laws, the Globe refus refused
ed refused to negotiate. K
Choate then angrily threatened
"to do his best to put the Globe
out of business," and, if he won his
TV license, "to use his newspaper?,
radio station, and television sta station
tion station to injure the Globe if he
could," charged Globe president
Davis Taylor in a sworn affidavit.
in another affidavit. Globe trea
surer John Taylor quoted Choate
as warning: "If I get cnannei ?,
I may drive you out of business.
The aiobe's advertising director.
John F. Reid, told of still another nott.
conversation with Choate. At a
Clover Club reception last Mac'i
10, Choate allegedly asked Reid:
"When are you coming to work for
When Reid said hfe was satisfied
witk his Globe job, Choate retort retorted:
ed: retorted: "wait Until' we get our tV 8ta-
tion and see wnat nappens.
VWhat Choate apparently imoant
waf that tho HeraldiTravo e r
coulcT offer 'package advortiting'
In ha nowtpaport and ever itt
radio end TV itationt af bargain
for Choate at the FCC.
"LET POST DIE"
As a result, the FCC overruled -its
chief examiner in December
without so much as discussing thev
controversial case. Now that thei,
political pressure has been expos-:
ed, it remains to be seen whether,
FCC will reverse itself before is4
suing a formal and final decision.)
Note No. I John Taylor, ia
hit affidavit, told ef mentioning
tho Botton Pott In a converts converts-tion
tion converts-tion with Choate. The Herald Herald-Traveler
Traveler Herald-Traveler publlthor it quoted as
replying: "Oh, to hall with the
Pott. Lot it die on tho vino." Tho
Pott hat now gone eut of, butt
on T went home cOatless. and he
put the story on the wire, z
There was sxiu anomer one wno
mui thr nlid veara beating me
over the head with his accumulat
ed knowledge and fired me at tne
nd nt it heranae he felt there Was
nothing more he knew that he could
This has been such a great racket
nil nt u-h wonderful neoole. thlt
I think it's a' shame to start out for
big dough. You ought to suffer lust
a little bit, for fun, before they
make you rich.
Note No. 2 The FCC's prelimi preliminary
nary preliminary decision in favor tf the Her
aid-Traveler leaked out and caus caused
ed caused a sudden jump in Herald-Traveler
stock, The FCO is doing nothing
about this leak, though the Civil
Aeronautics Board is now inves-
tigating a similar? leak -that caused V
speculating in Northeast Airlines
stock. . n . .
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Wilson; Weelcs : SummerfieldA May
Leave HceY Cabinet ThisL Year"
BARRO COLORADO, v biological area administered by the Smithsonian;, Instltube,Washlng.?.
ton, D.C., was visited recently by the following group. Left to right. Cpl. Delbert Rickerd,. fr.
L. D. McGlynn,; Gdrgas Hospital,1 Mrs. McOlynn, Cpl. Kirby Creech, Cpls, Walter: Lemly, Cpt.V
Philip Reynolds, Dr. Carl B. Koford,' naturalist and leader of the group, Joseph N. Tenhet and
Joseph. -l. .Tenhet Jr, The, fom; Marine' Corporals are stationed at The 15th- Naval District,
Rodman, Canal .Zohe, The group Is standing, In 'front of very large Spiny Cedar,, Bomba -copsis
fendlerl. f (Photo by Paul W Johnson)
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AIR FORCE either '"military or tivillan MSgt. "Grady L. Hester recently retired after
20 Tears' cdnthiual 'service In the United States Air Force; Shown above is Grady I. Hester,'
civiian'emploey't)f the'USAFV Hester, prior to retirement, and as civilian, is a budget analyst
in the Directorate Of Budget of the Caribbean; Air Command's Comptroller, Albrook Air
Force Base. During his' service he served 4n England, and India, besides Panama. Shown
With Hester are Col. Joseph C Stancook, CAirC Comptrolle rand MaJ. Albert' A. Tisone, Direc-'
tor of Budget. f (Official USAF Photo)
12 Eagle Scouts
WASHNGTPN, Feb. (UP) i i-Twelv
Twelv i-Twelv Eagle IJcoat Explorers
visited President Fi?enbower to today
day today and nearlr overwhlied. him
The boy, here to mark National
Boy Scout $ Weeks; "prese"tated? Mr.
A leather-fcound eppy.of the Boy
Scout's annuaJ'Reperyto the Na Nation!':
tion!': Nation!': the 15-millionth cooy of the
Boy Scout Handbook a silver ped.
ometer; two blankets for his Get Gettysburg,
tysburg, Gettysburg, Pafaonf and 47 long long-stemmed
stemmed long-stemmed roses for Mrs Eisenhow Eisenhowerone
erone Eisenhowerone .for echv year1 since the
Boy Scouts were organized.
f 7A7 CLOVERBLOOM
WASHINGTON, Feb. 8 (UPV
President : Eisenhower ; may lose!
three members of his cabinet this
Age and a desire for more leisure-on
the part of some cabinet
members are working against Mr.
Eisenhower's effort to keep his
"team" intact. :
' The .unofficial word Is "that De Defense
fense Defense Secretary Charles E. Wilson,
Commerce Secretary Sinclair
Weeks I and Postmaster General
Arthur E. Summcrfield may bow
out after Congress winds Up tjts
work- this summer. -There
is talk, vigorously denied
by his close assocfates, that treas treasury
ury treasury -Secretary George .M. Jiumph-
rey will, quit, this year. Secretary, retary James "'PMitchell, Inter-
oi owie .vnn rosier iuue, wno lor secretary rredoAj' Seaton, At At-is
is At-is 69 thirniipnth, might leave in a torney General Herbert, Brownell
year bx so,, Jr. and Marioti B. folsom, secre-
Mr. Eisenhower announced at tary of Health. Education and
us news '.foniwence yesieiuay ine
resignatidrv of ; defense mobilizer
Arthur S. Flemming, the first big
shuffle since Mr. Eisenhower's re
election, Gordon Gray, now assis
tairt,, deefnse '' secretary, will re
No cabinet officers are talking
for the record about their future
plans.,; But, ihose most likely to
serve ouw rar., Jiisennower s second
terra seem to be Agriculture Sec Secretary
retary Secretary Ezra T: Benson, JLabor Sec
Most likely to step out this sum summer
mer summer is Wilson, outspoken former,
president of General Motors. Close
associates' point out' that Wilson
has conceded publiclyhe will be
leaving government service "soon
er or isier,-; jHe used to" say he
would remain unless ""god wills
The closest thing. to an official
statement from Wilsbn came from
his wife as a result c-f the Na National
tional National Guard controversy. She told
reporterS( her husband would see
the President's 71.8 biUion dollar
budget through Congress and then
Weeks wanted to. quit at the end
of lit Eisenhower' first term,
put the President .persuaded him
to remain, A close friend told the
united Press the commerce sec secretary
retary secretary plans to jesign "sometime
before the end of this term."
Summerfild'deriies. that he will
quit and, points to his recent con-
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... Just Odds & Ends' vSm. 'M. Lg.
; "Wlikts and Colors '' 'i
FIRST C03IE FIRST" SERVED .
! 4 ai
$28.50 at $1,4.25
$38,5Q at $19.25
$45.00 at $22.50
$55.00 at $27.50
$15.00 at $7.50
$18.00 at $9.00
$21.00 at $10.50
$60.00 at $30.00 i
$89.50 at.$43.75 I
$25.00 at $12.50 S
$27.50 at $13.50
$35.00 at.$17.50 J
Still a Prrftv (Znml Assnrtmont A voSlalil"'
' Especially in Large Sizes $V $5
ALL PRICES REVERT
TO NORMAL ON
MONDAY FEB. 11th
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ALL AT DISCOUNTS OF 40
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Regular $9.50 ':
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ihoulJ It mmihi pivmptiy
i :' f"V few6 Jf nftifeM0ht fljarrimfii, Bulks, Parti t and Jrav
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- B. Scudder, R.
Cal.) is amoiig the 108-. passengers
iou) iicw York to--
nioiTow for : Cristobal aboard the
Panama LinerAncon. He will be
accompanied his wife. p
'Also due! to sail nn the. shin fnrr,
unstooai is yr. Kobert u, Mathe Mathe-ney,
ney, Mathe-ney, chief of the Division of Vet-
eriuaiy Medicme, accompanied by
lie Press Month with--a tea this
Sunday afternoon from J J p m.jMrs. MtitheneyJ
at St. Mary's Church Hall m BaH The Ancon' Is sailing one day be-
boa. roe tea is tree ira open 10 ineiiund schedule and will omit Port
public. The latest Image tooks-'ill
be on display and copies may be
The euest speaker will be Sis
ter Maria m Kathenne, Superior of
the Maryknoll Sisters in Central A
A native of Massachusetts, Sis
ter Mariam Catherine received her
Master's from Boston College and
her doctorate from Fordham Uni
versity. She taught for 2 years at
the Maryknoll Teacher's college
before being assigned to the Bronx.
N.Y.C. Her first duty1 in Panama
waa at Puerto ArmijelleS, thence
her present position. Although Sis
ter Mariam Katherine; has been on
the Isthmus a comparatively short
time, she is already a well known
lecturer in Military and Civilian
ENGAGED Miss Sharen Lea Hammond Of Balboa is snovin
with her fiance Mr. Ricardo M. Lornedlco of Panama City. Their
. wedding will take place at St. Andrew's Episcopal Church In
Cocoll. March 9.
MRS. RAYMOND FERRIS IS FETED BY FRIENDS
DURING RETURN VISIT TO CANAL ZONE
Mrs. Raymond Ferris, wife of the former Dean of St.
Luke's Cathedral, has a full calendar ot event planned for
her visit here. She is the house guest of Mr. and Mrs. John
Palmer Smith of Balboa Heights.
- Yesterday Mrs. Harry Bach gave a luncheon In honor
" of Mrs. Ferris at ber home in Balboa. A group of close
friends of the honoree attended.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles W. Ham-
mond of Balboa announce he ap approaching
proaching approaching marriage of their daugh daughter
ter daughter Sharen Lea to MrJticardo M.
Lomedico, son of Mr? and, m
VitmiMiKn T nmBdira' '.rif l Panama
City. The wedding" VjWiU be
' solemnised by RevS,W Baldwin
at St. Andrew's ypiscopati vaurcij
ia Cocoli at 8 : 30 p.m. March, 9.
Mr. and Mrs. W4 A..$tveno
To Leava For Plerlda
Mr. and Mrs. William A. Stevcn Stevcn-gn,
gn, Stevcn-gn, old-timers who have been v v-;
; v-; -rationing on the Jsthmus, will be
luest of honor at a small party to
r4.ba given Sunday night at. the Ti Ti-"Toli
"Toli Ti-"Toli Guest House by Mr. and Mi.
JTEred De V. Silly.
n rffhe Stevensons will soon be re-
.ttttrninB to their home in Winter
Colon, returned on the SS "Marco
Polo" after spending several
months in Italy.
Miss E. Zimmerman's Parents
And Sister Here For Visit
Mr. and Mrs. Martin Zimmer
man of Spring ot Spring Valley
(CONTINUED ON PAGE S)
Army Tank Company
Cuts Accidents By
Novel Safety Plan
The 20th Infantry Regiment's!
Tank Company, commanded by
tapt. lhomas r oster, has Jevifed
a novel system for eliminating per'
sonal injuries, a report from the
most recent meeting of the Fort
jiooDe baiety touneu mdicatef.
The plan put .forth by the tank
ers is to require all personnel in-
volved in "no-lost-time" accidents
to appear before the "Unit Safetv
CouncU. These Interviews, during
which causes for the accidents and
steps taken to prevent recurrence,
are discussed with the individual
have proven beneficial to the cora-tany.
Members v of the Safetv Cnun.n
which meets vmontbjy as one of
iu juajur; aieps WV&onpe s cont' cont'-numg
numg cont'-numg campaign; to; cnt down on rc rc-cldents,;
cldents,; rc-cldents,; "were' so impressed with
the results 'of tlua? -nrosram that
ihey decided to, expand ttito in.
'rfved to visit their daughter MisihdeLaH unfs n post, AA
IB..' Zimmerman in the Canal Zone,?1 t u
the removal ef dhvslcal or itrdrtfal
hazards and will diselote iecirfant
repeaters, indicating corrective
here. They are staying at the Ho-1 Bulletin (pointed a4
tel El Panama. j ''',( V ;'
, 4' Other highlights tf the'- recent
Mrs. Schilllnger Cuesf Of Honor monthly meeting were' the' report
At Coffee Party. by the Provost Marshal Stating
Mrs, William Schdlenger, moth- mat mere had been sizable re re-er
er re-er of Mrs. C. T. E. Warriner, wa'duction is the number, of post traf-
goest of honor at a coffee given' H nc violations; a proposal in which
Mrs. J, M:,,Park at her Amadoi' the ProvOst MarshaiJ'and Post
quarters' .Wednesday morning. Safety Director were 'directed to
mark the parking iot ior K 0 b b e
Beach; and) a decision to have ih
Provost Marshal study and repoit
They wert accompanied by anotlw-JtUs ,Epoc(8dll,lu, f ?sist in
er aaugnier Mrs. Lorraine fostai
and a friend Mrs. Sara Klein of
The party will spend 10 days
Catholic Press Week
Celebrated With Tea
The Catholic Daughters of Ame Ion the feasibility of
rica, Court Sancta Maria No. 447i "Courtesy Patrol" for buses leav
Italian Consul's Wife
1 Returns To Colon
i.. Mrs. Inma Burlando, wife of Mr.
HEnrico Burlando, Italian Consul to will celebrate February as Catho-'ing Panama late at night.
OUR BIGGEST ENTERTAINMENT HIT!
- ICE FROLICS
CAST OF 10 ICE-SKATING STARS!
au-Pnnce, Haiti, on its southbound
The ship is Scheduled to arrive
in Cristobal' Thursday, Feb. 14,
and will said on the return trip to
New York on; Saturday, Feb. $8.
The complete advance passenger
list for Cristobal follows:
Mrt. Mortimer Adler; Miss Hel Helen
en Helen yt. Barber; Mr. and Mrs. (An (Andre
dre (Andre Blumenthal; Dr. and Mrs. Judd
Bockner; Mr; and Mrs. W.,:Br it it-tin
tin it-tin Boice; MisA Mary H.jiBrani;
Miss Milena A. Brani; Mr. and
Mrs. Henry Brown; Mrs. and Mrs.
Raymond Brown; Mr. and Mrs.
Thomas Burton; Mr. and Mrs. Ed Edward
ward Edward H. Chastenep; Mr: Milton B.
Conhaim; Mr. and Mrs. Joseph
Cooper; Mrs Richard W. Evans,
Jr.; Mrs. Mildred Fell; Mr. and
Mrs. George Fleming; and Mr. and
Mrs. Henry friedland.
Mr. and Mrs (Joseph Gagliardi;
Mrs. Reeina; Fr G ass: Samuel H.
Gould: Mr. and Mrs. Edward Gra-'
ham; Miss Thelma Greger; Mr.
and Mrs. C. J. Groos; Mr. and
Mrs. Edward W. Hartung; Mrs.
John Haswell ; Miss Margaret
Hayes; Miss Tacy Hurst; Mr. and
Mrs. Lew Hyman;
Mr. and Mrs. William Kline;
Mrs. Belle Kline; Mrs. Abbie E.
Linares; Mr. and Mrs. G. Howard
Lipplncott; Mrs. Frank Lyday:
Mrs Anita S. McManus: Mr. and
Mrs. Frederick I. Maduro; Mr,
and Mrs. Robert G. Matheney; Mr.
and Mrs. John Mather; Mr. and
iwrt RHWin C. Moran: Mr. and
Mrs. H. Morton; Mr. and Mrs.
Most Rev. Thomas L. Noa, D.
D.; Mr. and Mrs. Walter S. Noa;
Mi Holon M. Noa: Mr. and Mrs.
1FR. Packard: Mr i and Mrs
Howard C. Petersen; MrV and Mrs.
Daniel J. Reidy; Mr. and Mrs.
Max Sander; Mrs. and Mrs. Wil William
liam William Schoene; Mr. and Mrs. Hen Henry
ry Henry Schuman; Mi and Mrs. Hubert
B. Schudder and Mrs. sscuaaer,
Mr. and Mrs. Arnold beeieiai; mi.
and Mrs. William Siegrist, Sr.;
Mr. and Mrs. William Siegnst, jr.;
Dr. and Mrs. Carl I.-.,Skyllperg;
Miss Bessie Stadelmann; Mrs. Hen
ry M. Stern; ; W ;
Mr. ana Mrs. w. nuwwu u's u's-man,
man, u's-man, Jr.; Mr. and -Mrs. i-R. P.
Vaughan. Mr. and Mrs. uiri
Edward wauace; ir nu
Laurence Whlteneao; m. n u
Mrs. Mortimer won; oi..wium
Young; and Mr. and Mrs. Harvey
J. Young ana iwo cnuwre".
Engineers' Week Set
For Feb. 24-Mar. 2r
Events are Scheduled
r nMnri'. Week. Feb. 24
to Mar. 2, is being sponsored ty
the three engineering organ-actions
on the isthmus, the Pana Panama
ma Panama Society of Engineer and
Architects, the Panama Section,
American Society of cftvlligl cftvlligl-neers,
neers, cftvlligl-neers, and the canal Zone Post,
Society of American, Military
Engineers. '.y:, '.y:,-It
It '.y:,-It is expected ttiat Proclama
tions wiu be isshto 03
public of Panama and by tne
Canal zone government.
The week la designed to ac ac-auaint
auaint ac-auaint the public with the work;
the engineering profession. As
nart of the preparations for the
Engineers' Week, an essay con contest
test contest will be conducted in the
9th grades and 10th of the Bal Balboa
boa Balboa and Cristobal High Schoo s.
Details on this essay contest win
be announced soon at the nign
schools. Winners- -will be an announced
nounced announced and presentation : f a a-wards
wards a-wards will be made during En Engineers'
gineers' Engineers' Week. M
Among the outetandtag events
scheduled for Engineers' Week
are n informal stag barbecue
on Wednesday, Feb. 27, and a
reception and.dinner dance on
Friday. Mar. 1. Also durtn thi
week, speakers will be furnished
the local service clubs and otner
..nor.i.aiinn. Details ot these
events will b announced 'later.
f 1 $ ,f ,.. , f
W ,t -,m- f" is V' - ' , iV''','-'t
it t '. 1 'w s- $
' FIVE BELLES Five "Belles of Indiana" stop to admire a display of the Hoosler state t the Fort Clayton Service Club -their
host to a party following their performance at the Fort Clayton Theater Friday evening. ; The "Belles" are currently
touring the various armed forces, post theaters on the Isthmus. ; Above are (left to right) Barbara Price, Barbara Stevens, Stevens,-Mary
Mary Stevens,-Mary Lou Trotter, Shirley Flolo and Margaret Silver. ,
--.(VS. Army Photo)
Adenauer Says Hole
From Bulganin May
Mean New Policy
BONN, Germany, Feb. 8 (UP)
Chancellor Konrad Adenauer
received a personal note from
Soviet Premier Nikolai Bulganin
today and said afterward that
a 'turning point" In Russian
foreign policy is likely in the
Soviet Ambassador And rei
Smirnov handed the note to
Adenauer at a surprise 50-min-ute'
meeting less than 24 hours
alter Smirnov returned here
from six weeks In Moscow.
An of ficial announcement said
the Bonn government was stu studying
dying studying thp note and that the
German Soviet talks- would
At his regular fortnightly
riews conference aft erwanl,
Adenauer flatly refused to dis
cuss the contents of the nte or
his talk with the Soviet Ambas Ambassador,
sador, Ambassador, But he told newsmen he be believed
lieved believed a "turning point"' in So Soviet
viet Soviet foreign policy- is likely In
,.th: near futureHe .warped a-
gainst any action that mignt De
interpreted as provocation that
might upset this development.
ivo, fWi'-i. l I jrrn'JMirn in ;ij-i;i:n-irriTiiT nr -Try m
p'l '"-r P,
MINISTER MONITORS DANCE .Mrs. Cecilia Pinel de Remon, Minister of iFubllc kealfh,
Welfare and Labor supervises a rehearsal at Panama's National School of the Dance, which
will present a three-act-recital at the Panama Olympio Stadium startirig at 8 p.rn, tonight.-
.This will be the first In a series of free" cultura programs sponsored bythe JJepartment of
Fine Arts. A toal of eight functions are being planned February. Tonight's recital will
Include ballet as well-aSpanish numbers. Mi
JACK KELLY'S ICE COLICS
HAVE SCORED a TERRIFIC HIT since opening last week!
SEE THEM BEFORE THEIR ENGAGEMENT ENDS! Only
FrL A Sat.: 8:30 A 11 p.m. Mon Thurs. 10 pjn. Only
Music by CLARENCE MARTIN'S ORCHESTRA.
SPECIAL SUNDAV SHOW t 4 p.rm for CHILDREN!
(UNDER 12 l2 price. 75c)
Hamburgers hot Aotf. and refrearunerits
Shew ab Suday at t:M pjm.
Beffet fresa t it tun. gMday H i
Can Haitr 4bUL Ut reserratmit
ir yraelf at D Fanama H cheaper than ree think
MONDAY. rEBRTTARY 11th
Beainners -: AM.
Iatersuediate II :M A.M.
' BALBOA YJ.C:-U.S.
BafhM 2839 ct VS9
You Can't Afford to Miss
x 1 00 AUTHENTIC PICTURES IN COLORS -i
. AND NARRATION OF THE ? V 4
5 Missionary Martyrs of Ecuador
The mission board of the World Radio Missionary
Fellowship has just released the 'official mission'
account of the 5 men Who lost thejr lives In 1
effort to reach ;
; The Auca Indians
J BE SHOWN SUNDAY NIGHT 7:30
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
Phantom Terrorizer Caiight
By Routine Fingerprint Check
- it ... v'.
Al reorfy to o M
fcxxU Ymi bw Wf re4
f bMM iMr're by
! Mkfif CmmpbaJftStxtpt.
look rot SY7ANS0M
:" AVOSET Cream
is sweet and fresh
as a daisy
. months and months
after it's bottled
at oar dairy.
No other creanv
because no other
cream is sterilized
Besides, it whips fast,
is always healthful,
safe and delicious.
BROOKHAVEN, Miss. (IIP)
A JNegro, trapped by a routine
fingerprint check, admitted today
he is the phantom ''member"
who had terrorized Brookhaven
with a series o f attacks on white
The arrested man, J. C. Cam Cameron,
eron, Cameron, 21, admitted he had raped
two white, women and bad
attempted to rape another since
. ine series of attacks "caused
women to stay indoors at night
"u uicu ui me iqwn Bad' armed
themselves. TneV situation, here
u ueen lense tor days.
v.fiiuciuu,.wno worxs lor a nerv.
lice station, was rusherf tn jir
ooh, me siate capitar; for iurfher
quesuoning at state ooiice
Cameion said he stabbed Mrs
May Jonnson in the throat Sun
"-j mum Decause lie was "afraid
couia lgenuty- nim." Mrs
Mrs. Johnson, M. uftered a seri
ous wound in the jugular vein.
1 """-u woman was
confronted by Negr0 wh
orove her car into wegro apar apar-ment
ment apar-ment house, are ana another
woman said she routea a NeEro
ucr 111(111 W1UJ
rnn,imwo5' w almost
routme. He was picked up Wed-
?m y n 1 or questioning,
fcngerpnntea and released. -!am
Ivy. chief of the highway
patrol's identification' bureau,
made his usual check of finger
prints today. Cameron's Drinffs
maicnea prints lifted from the
scene ot the rape of a white house
wife in Brookhavea last Dec. 18.
Officers moved quickly to the
service station- and picked him
Other employes of. the downtow
station-said thejr were "surprised
to learn be, was ,the mysterwuf
"He was a pretty ," good worker
and had not shown ahyunusuat
behavior during the scare here,"
fellow employe Charles Winborni
said. "He had been working here
about two weeks and before thit
he worked for another service
station in town."
Cameron- is- married but has ot
children.' -' -v'. . .., ;; j
If you reeeiv. an intiUfiori to
an open house "between seven
and nine'! don't stay xn until
midnight. The hostess set tha
hours because she didn't wank
her guests to stay on and on.
Re don't be a hangerosirht
doesn't knew when ta rar MGoel
" ponder w yor biby
Relieves prickly heat and
". rashes. Refreshing; to the skin.
' Protect tt.
MEXSANA it not a tatcum. lt ts a..
A Ulrkeky Betel
TODAY, FEBRUARY t, 1957
TmS PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDFNT DAILY NIWSPATER
, fags mm
SJocial ana xstnerwide
Retirement Party For
Mr. John Rnm Tomorrow Night
i : A retirement party is to be held
at: the Pedro Miguel Boat Club to
- morrow night in honor of Mr. John
. ', V
Reese, who Is retiring from the
The party will start at 6:30. A
steak dinner will be served at 7:30
p.m. All friends are invited. Tickets
may be purchased at the door.
Sixth Graders Buy One Share
Of RCA Stock Between Them
l&EW YORK (UP) Brokers,
messengers, and clerks looked "up
startled from their, scurrying ,n
the floor of the New York Stock
Exchange when a group oi stocx
purchasers in the gallery let out
a 'Warwhoop. -
This was a soprano warwhoop.
It came from the throats of 1
members of the sixth grade of the
Fox Meadow public school in
ScarsaalCr N-Y. ' -,
They bai iustt bought,, with rath rather
er rather hard earned garage cleaning,
snow-shpvelling, leaf-raking eash,
one 'share of RCA ftock. They had
watched from the gallery as the
purchase was made. And when the
next RCA price, 32 5-8, flashed on;
a giant screen the ll-year-oids
xv Doys ana a gixib uiyeu
cream of excitement.
- Because they .were minors,; the
stoclt had to be ire the name of
their teacher; But they had work
ed to raise. the money had studied
various companies, and had glass glass-room
room glass-room visits from brokers and a
banker before making up their
minds what to buy.
While this group was at the far far-young
young far-young end of the scale, there does
seem to be marked trend of great
er interest among teen- agers in
securities, '.jn rorxsmoum, umo,
seven high school classes formed
their, ; owns ,. investment' club and
bought two shares of Pe'trolt Steel.
In, Nyaipk, fJY a high school
class decided to apply the labora
tory teenmoue to the stock' mar market.
ket. market. Pupils brought in nickels and
dimes, appointed study, -committees
read reports--and came up
with.' one share of American' Zinc.
Ini Union City, fJ.J... 90 seniors
are ..buying through the monthly
mvestment plan. In Keene Valley,
N.Y., a high school teacher wrote
that the students were forming
their own investment club,
Thirteen' states and the District
of Columbia have passed stock'
gifts to minors legislation permitting-
an adult- to serve as cus
todian of the stock, with the
youngster's 7 name also on the
certificate. You can imagine what
teen-a ae proprietorship has done
to some' families.
Take the' case of the 15-year-old
girl m Westchester County whose
folks save her two shares in a
frozen-food company. She goes
shopping with mama on Saturday,
and mama can't touch any other
line of food.
A New Jersey boy, 12, h,as some
shares tin an oil company. He
won't lit his family buy any other
gasolineV brand and he's always
yelping when they ; go on trips :
;'Stop and fill er up!"
A biographical' and critical
study of impressionis, the first
in the '"Taste of Our Time'Vke Time'Vke-ries,
ries, Time'Vke-ries, is among the books placed
In circulation this week by the
Canal Zone Library,
A' small, handy-sized volume
with a generous selection of col
or plates, the book is designed'
to give ucitoi, iituio liuuciwii
unders.tanaing or tne prooiems
that have haunted great artists
In key art periods. ,
" The titles and authors of the
books announced by the library
this week; .follows:
Non-f'ction Adolescent De
velopment v and ; Ad ustment,
Crow; The Organization Man,
Whyte; The case or uoionei v e e-trov
trov e-trov Blaloguski; Goldfish Va
rieties ana waier uaruens, m
npR- All about Breedinz Tropl
cal Pishes, Schneider; Mammals
of the World, Bourliere; princi principles
ples principles of 'Nuclear Reactor Engineering,-"
Classtone; Gem Cut
ting Sinkankas; how- to ueco-rot-
nnd r,ieht vour Home. Com
rntrv Tmm'essionism. Leynarie:
The Mystery Writer's Handbook,
Mystery writers oi Arauiw;
wpnrv Adams Stevenson: Ad
venture in Diamonds, Walker; A
History of Latin America, ner ner-ring,
ring, ner-ring, ; vtotinn Thfl Last Crusader.
r'wnhl'' T am Julie. Harris;
The Floods of Fear, Hawkins;
The-Haycott AiDum, tieiimiiK.;
The Foreign Minister, Herr Herrmann;
mann; Herrmann; The Devil's Drum, Mac Mac-Donald;
Donald; Mac-Donald; One small Candle, Mac MacKinnon;
Kinnon; MacKinnon; The T e n e ment of
Dreams, Meagher; The Man in
the Net, QuenUn- The Whole
Voyald, Saroyan;-The Big Nick Nickelodeon,
elodeon, Nickelodeon, Wolff.
Almost ell airline feostesse
marry feeeaus they meet lots; of
mervond the mon art stropped
down, -l v
Tl'jft'tifcto'lta ItSWSiSStlijB'' JHiiiljttli' AKM
U0.biTJW i -;.;! v g A ft
May Be Answer
To Delinquency :
! CHICAGO UP More old fash fashioned
ioned fashioned poolrooms would help solve
juvenile delinquency, the world
three cushion billiard champion
said today. ,
'Thev kept teen-aged boys off
th ctrtn and eave them some
thing more worthwhile to do than
run around in- souped-up cars
chasing girls," Harold worst, 28,
"Thev were like neighborhood
clubs and even a kid looking, foj
trouble couldn't do more than get
into ,hort fist fight,", Wors said,
"Nnw.th onlv tuna vou hear l
pool cooms is when 1 a television)
snow, portrays .narcouci rea
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CHA-CHA-CHA LESSON Mary Lou trotter, a member of the
"Bellies of Indiana" troupe currently touring the various armed
forces post theaters on the Isthmus, gets some pointers on the
"Chfca-ChaCha' from Pfc Conner Lewis at the party given;
by the Fort Clayton Service Club for the singing irroup follow following
ing following their performance at the Fort Clayton theater Friday
, 'v evening. (U.S. Army Photo) :
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. HOLLYWOOD (NEA) Busty
'" pin-up lame can be a financial
bust, too. L
" It was for Hollywood's most phe
. tograpned pubuciiy aou oi J.a, -v
. .SOa-Mmmv. Ml ot uei mu
. th yowrs vrytblfl N
of her peek-a-boo sweater sweater-tfttininir
tfttininir sweater-tfttininir for Dhotosranbers, plus
fko movie bit roles, pett4
k confessed to mi today, "less
than 83.000" during all of 1956.
-Mavbe." lamented Katby, 8
v oietime MinneapoJia model ow
dreaming of anovio Urdom, I
sfeould be jess active is free pun-
neitv aaa sun ptayuic w vt
You'd bt surprised how a gor gor-gfous
gfous gor-gfous babe like Kathy is willing
to display Jier charms in free pub'
litity stunts in hopes of landing a
big movio-role. Not that all of her
djcplaytag is tor free, of course.
KATHY HIT ON! big gold
Strike a '56 touring 19 cities for
tlwee weeks as "Miss Travehrif
Slaeslady'4, for the RfcO film Sti.
iio. Kaiarv: siau a. wees wu an
ipenses. But as "Miss Not Strip
ped but Fully Equipped" for an
auto show Kathy was paid $15, and
f W was her pay check for posing in
filmy Grecian robot for the opes
Some other modeling jobs, she
alraitttd, paw ociy "jor we
Pf nses but they were supposed to
Of pig puDiiciiy pro aas wr inc.
Her most imoreasivo rublieity d
tics all had the ftemo song of "The
Best Ttiingi i Iifo Are Free,"
Like "Hiss Oft the Dents Out of
Your Fenders," 'Miss Golf Brand,'
"ftueen of Western Linens," "Meet
lie at the Fair UCe.
dfss," 'MUs pato of the Mputb,"
VMisa Ht Tomato," "Miss Holly,
-wpod Starj," "MUs Long White"
liot the potato industry) and even
Miss Be Our Guest at the Mo Mo-Ves."'v.
Ves."'v. Mo-Ves."'v. The iatter titlf, said busty Ka Ka-tky,
tky, Ka-tky, "was the biggest bust of 1L"
,f THE TITLB WAS dreamed up
iif exploit a new type ot trading
Stamp from- merchants to be ex ex-ehaneed'at
ehaneed'at ex-ehaneed'at motio box offices. Ka.
thjr became "Miss Be Our Guest
at the M,qvies" without salary, she
said, "because I was told the eyes
of the entire, film industry would
be on me. They even promised eert-
aiii sweMirf mo groouters wpuM
give mo film roles. So what haD-
pens? I've nevei seen any of the
vwimcp m mmy ana po pne 01-
ikicq me a jod.
r ;A Wore minor blow, Kathy
laughed, was a no-pay publicity
siujji at me yos Angeles intcrnav
mail vwrport for ttie opening of a
new Las Vegas note. Kathy, in
harem cesturoe, kissed iZ mem members
bers members of the press goodby as they
("And then," she winced, "j went
homo. No one eves Invited m tn
KATHY HAS CUT th rihhnn
we opening of a men's furnishing
store; kissed the manager at the
opening of a erocerv store- attonri.
Cd movie Dremlare.i in and nut nt
rwiiywooa "wjje uie studio sud
dnlr roatitod, there would be a"
shortage of stars." and
ortted. the bar at the opejjjjjj
All for free jn what Hollywood
likes to call "the big build-Uo."
a it may help her movio career.
XaUiy doesn't mind hoisting her
ww au Buiunj airm tn
r ircaicr, no semutuoer lor her.
"Shed your clothes," she says,
and you're throuch. Tfcv'ir ....
you. Now H's a game, fno phote-J
6i.TO.ra rcp nopmg you'll break;
a shoulder strap or something." i
But avhethip h
the me' Katny-isnT ,"'!
Three grind last year for all
that posing and smiling and kissing
members of the press and manau.
eri of grocery stores isn't -much
on reward. Esneciallv h u
hasn't pai4 off U, important rjjovlt
roles. Her agent has bem rur.
'Haven On Hi!!'
Deaths Draw Polite
' BLANDFORD, Engjand," feb 8
(UP) Police investigating several
recent deaths at Blandford's
"Haven on the Hill" may exhume
the body of an 81-year-old man, it
was reported today.
informed sources said Oorsjrt
County f Detective Supt. Ernest
Rossiter may order exhumation of
the body of Charles Legg, a for former
mer former resident in the Castleman
House old folks home, known by
villagers as "The Haven on the
Contempt Citati Issued h
To 4 Teamster Union Officers
"Be oatient ram.'
thos who wait."
Legs; a former gamekeeper.
died at the home 14 months aeo
and was buried in nearby Puddle Puddle-town
town Puddle-town churchyard near the grave
Of his wife Edith, who died in 1953.1
Hossuer confirmed yesterday he
was investigating the deaths of
several elderly residents of Castle
man House in recent months. Two
county welfare workers were ord
ered held without bail on charges
or iorgery and receiving stolen
property in connection with the
The welfare workers, Eleanor
Himpton and Phillipa Gaye, were
arrestod in Eastbourne, loo mllns
from Blandford and the scene of
last month'! hearing of a case in
volving yr. John Bodkin Adams.
who was accused of administer administering
ing administering fatal doses of narcotics to at'
least wree of bis elderly patients.
Blandford Coroner William
Creech said all deaths reported at
the horn in recent months have
been attributed to natural causes.
Castleman House was opened
seven years aeo an now i nr.
eupled by 20 men and 29 women,
whoso average ago Is 76.
WASHINGTON, Feb. 8 f.UP)
The Senate Government opera operations
tions operations Committee vptod unanimous unanimously
ly unanimously today to seek contempt prose
cution aeainst four Teamsters Un
ion officials who refused to testify
at an inquiry into labor racxeteer-
i. approved cuanons against
Einar O. Mohn,' a vice' president
ef the union and executive assist
ant to Teamsters President Dave
Beck, and three local union offic
ials who challenged the authority
ef Senate investigators.
They wero Prank W. Brewster,
Seattle. Wash,, president of the
Western Conference pf Teamsters
and the union's Joint Council 28;
Nugent Lappma, alias George
Cavano, secretary treasurer of
Local 174, Seattle: and Harry
Iteiss, seeretary-treasurer of Lo-i
cal 284, New York.
The Senate jnust give final pv
nroval to the citations before they
can be sent to the Justice Depart1
inent for a final decision on prose
cution In the federal courts. The
department almost always goes
along with such reeommendatjona.
The four Teamster officials' re refused
fused refused to answer questions of the
Penate investigating subcommittee
last months Theji challeneed its
riflht to eniastion them even abontl
financial records i filed -with the
Labor Department. M r .ii: I
j ucj n pnnmr wiw w
subcommittee had no. jurisdiction
Because its parent group, tn sen
ate Government Operations Com Committee,
mittee, Committee, was set up to keep tabs on
government activities. The Senate
since has created special com-
mirtee to look into labor racke
The four union leaders did not
invoke the Fifth Amendment.
BoweveTj other-officers of ReisS':
local did, pleading that their an answers
swers answers might incriminate them
when they were asked about char
ges that they had embezzled union
.funds.' ' :' J .. ;
Brewster and Lapoma also were
cited for refusal to produce under
subpena financial records of their
Mohn is number two man be be-hihdtBeck
hihdtBeck be-hihdtBeck attbe Teanutett pew
marble- headquarters here yer-
looaung jme capitpl., He appeared
tefore the subcommittee the day
Beck, failed to show n u.fi- h.c
since left'the country
Reus, -official of thclniew York
local, has been linked in. testi
mony With John Diottuaniia ; .lio.
Johnny Dip, who has been indict-
v m connection wn the acid
iti Uimr umnisf Victor
il ConlroJs;, :
'Maybe"." thin V. r.fk-
should have been a secretary.'"
Showing ni Yow Serf ice
Center Theaters Tonight
fSALBOA 4:30-6 :15-8 :00
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IABLO HT8. TtM
Lte-ihow 1Q:30 run.
'DANGER OtJS CROSSING"
UMBO A 7:N
A9 THE PRAY1"
"BOLD AND THE BRAVE"
lie' anow iu:n p.m..
IS ISLAND EARTH"
'RIME m THE STREETS
"MiXery of He Nriaf SaiKan"
rHOUSE OF BAMBOO".
CAMP BIERD :15-8:2S
Today Encanto 25
AT 9 F.M.
Los Monarcas. del Aire
On the screen:
"JOLSON SINGS AGAIN
I (J O A J
tn f a p jk
I:M. J:f7, 5;S, I;M XI TZS 0!?,.
. vi tarn resiramt.
7" tu f euucea us minimum In-
IT" 2" urso major
relaxation at 2iJ
. ,, -wu.xifta aulCC
i dollar crisis And iiu!lationot
out of hah4 Ust WT?v
Mt.B,Bk of B11 cut Its
from 1ST Preferential borrowers
iLVJf1 .toe. Janu.
crease Pressure on the economy
RrM.i. Wfnment, Itself
Britain'a biggest borrowef.
-The mova was seen as nirt f
Frimo Minl.u. xiT,S' HV1 ?.f
ians camoaian t tw
Today OWt JO JO
"OUTLAWS of the FRAIRIE
" POPiii AO uinun Ii.
$U0 per Gir!
lav uitfirv i.
I SCREAMING EAGLES I
m i smF- - auaOawr i i s an 1 1 i i l
r1 vri, ijo;
hlU II I V A
Tb drop in bank rate served
iil7VSd. Iffl tct, h Wtt.WW
Vm z: i'm'w tuo, wonuna as
Today, Friday, feh. J l
4:oo Faaturfc- Review
:30 Wnat's Your omvortte (raw
. quests taken by phono
' till 8:O0
6 :3& What's Your Fa v o r 1
fl;0O Allen Jackson Commetv
B:J3 BLUE RIBBON SPORTS
REVIEW tPabst Beer)
6;30Top Tones of the Week 1
7:DDVThlrtj Minute Theater
7;3WVOA Report from y.S,
t;0uV-Musltt By Roth
8:30 Short story Theater
;oo-YOtt Asked For It (re-
. t quests takep by pbone
10:50 Cayalcade of America
11:00 Jazz Till Midnight
12:00 Sign Off.
Tomorrow, Stur4ay, Feb, 9
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ILMU'-X !.'' :.-
;oo Sign on i Alarp? Clock
' Club (requests taken
toy pnone Wi 7;W)
7:30 Jaz 8alon
:1S The Christophers
9:15 Bonjour Meidavmes
9:30 Farisr. Star Time
J0:05 Spins And Needles (re
quests xakea by phone
11:05 Spins And Necdlga
' vaunt a;
11:30 Journey Into Space
12:05 Luncheon Music
120-LNw Tunc) Xlmt
1:15 Serenade Iq Blue
1:30 Wayne King Berenado
2:00 Old New Orleans
2:15 Rhythm And Reason
2:30 Parts BUr Time
8:00 Concert On The Man
8:30-Musie For Saturday
4:00 yeature Review :'
4:30 Whafs Your Favorite re requests
quests requests taken by phono
s:35 What's Your f v r 1 1
!: Quest fitar '.r
Jj;lpVBLOT! RIBBON CPORfS
i 18 Manhattan Melodlea '-f
6:45 Do It Yourself r
T:30i.VOA Renort from-TT
S:Q(-Saturdajr Night Danclnf
9:00 Your Hit Parade
:38 Ray'i A Laurh
10 :00 Music From Hotel El ran-
10:30 Owl's Nest fremiesta
. taken by phono through-
2:00 a.m. Ifundaylgn Oft
W iln . 'csS, III-.
JPi aSJT OJSJf vHsl I
Whilo you'ro copying those radio recipes, Hi open a
f btana and put on some frozen spinach
for dinnarr . -i 'I
dkfEtes True life Adventures
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6HWJ&-UKS MAN03ROV6 TRCES
WHfcX BEAK 6TWkMSS PV?U1T. AT TlC?a OMU
Ui flarcoflc Men
Drca!c Up Drcj Ri.-ra
Opsralfea In Cuba
viriualiv all llrKi.u i.
"voy oil e csiir-iiijiram
rau w;(ki. "um pane
hW mLSt.- ?0,n mortgages
HAVANA, Feb. g (UP) J
In Sfock. jferkel
team, have broken up an inter
national drug ring operating hi
the .United States from South
America through Havana,: it was
Qualified, sources f aid two Cu Cubans
bans Cubans Were arrested In Havana
last Monday and that soma 1,804
grams of pure cocaino valued at
an estimated 840.000. war adzed
It was understood that tha fn
obtained its drugs from Pern and
Bolivia and smuggled them
to ne united states thranrh
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lbs School Plan Hits Snag
As Burgess Cries "Inf Islipn'
1 1 $
ifUP) A "tbtft. .
'"v. ,sloc martet and the re- th rin in vi,i.i wn. ..j
1 M., UU
Tim -Hovfy r
JANE BEUNGH In
-i turn uie profits to his victims.
A IL.1.' ld?lti"er. Michael Go-
Hl oi riasDurgv was dis-
" !7?rd" u' thweek wSen
IiV'"" mvesugated a traffio
charge agaust him.
a al .rc"u vonn ueywoed- said
8 & Ifft 'odtlOOOO fa, hTsp.rt hTsp.rt-V
V hTsp.rt-V "vSLi!?.V ul admitted he
bol70wd fro several food
' markets and stores without their
accompanied him to Havana.
Part of the haul was mads in
a ..private locker in a clubhouse
in downtown Havana. The arrests
were, said to have climaxed
an. Investigation lasting tight
WASHINGTON, Feb. g (UP)
Treasury Undersecretary w, Ran
dolph Burgess today described
President Eisenhower's Li billion
dollar school v construction pro-,
gram as "a little inflationary.'
Burgess told a. House Education
subcommittee that Congress must
choose- between' the "evil" of in
creasing Inflationary pressures
and the "virtues" of buikling
badly-needed classrooms-4 for
The undersecretary is one of
the administration's top financial
He emphasized that the admin
istration, regards 'its four-year
program as a temporary meas
ure to sneet an emergency situ
ation.". He said the program
would not bo extended beyond its
present expiration date.
The subcommittee ls -holdinjr
nearmes on me administration
bill which would authorise a fed
eral elloeatioa of 325 million
dollars a year for four years to
help the states, finance school
It also would set up a T50
million dollar fund for the pur-
cnase oy uie leoerai sovenmant
of construction bonds from needy
scnooi autneu. The measure
would provide vpther federal aids
to the states.
Sen. Wayne Morse (IOre)
ireaucea a substituto bill to
provide one billion dollars annual
ly in federal aid to school districts
"without any strings attached."
He described tha administration
program : as too littlet and too
BurcesS told tha auhrnmmiH
that school construction "ordinar "ordinarily?
ily? "ordinarily? la not a proper function" of
the federal government.' But he
said the School population rose so
rapidly' that; the -school shortage
became a national emergency.
He 'Said Statea and tnnntxin.T-
ities are ."alreadv making L.
portant strides" to meet their
school needs. The number of
school-age children ia riain
rapidly that "you have to run
Burgess '-mnTia).U t i.t
President's f nron-am 1; m
solely to supplement the school
construction effort, nf t.f. .-j
tocai commumties until the school
uuib u pan.
When this is donr. hm .'.u
"fuC responsibility for school conl
struction should revert to state
and local 4 eovernmntt ui
conatruetion assistane should not
be considered a permanent part
of -" the federal nnrnmmi'.
bttdgetr -v- ..;
He tukl the subcommittM ih.t
private investors hav, h.iKi
fuwnce much of the recent school
construction by ; : buying school
bonds. He said about r
doUars worth, were sot last year
' T IV Q L r
f THE NIGHT
7 ;1 and
Tks mm dotbls W
niuwiecze so tie miM i-
m v' sw va -vaw afc 4i f00 tioouia told Hey-
miwuvv WU.U nrniiL
-"Alii 4 . J . . I In fpt h aalil h. MA V.
thing n Pittsborgh, McKeesport,
utsetes ann returned
the money with oroftt. ui.mi
detectives said, a eherk m4tk .n.
ithorities in those cities confirmed
uwama a sury.
"From what wf 've bees able to,
Kara neywooa saia, 'ne always
cvnws VM en wd m mo stock
111 I I I
.WRITTEjr ON THE FIND
? rt O
shout the stock market. If chat
kid had the right backing, he
would make someone a tortunn
Federal Judge Doubts Cuban Refugee
Will Be Extradited To Stand Trial
maTaer. men ne pnngs his profits
io uc Tmini oi nia xnerts.v --
Th detectivs described Godula
as a "wnii.aDsolutely brilliant.'
"Ho seems Just like a nice kid
a little more intelligent than most,
but a nice, well mannered young
man," Heywood said. W'r
f amsied at too knowledge be has
I x. Tat' 9 LI I w
MIAMI, Feb. 1nrP) A 20.threo other Cubans
year-old Cuban arrested for ex-t Judga Choate said Vie ai
iraoiuon tn connection with, the -rather astonished- that tnl
murder ot Xmban Intelligence
Chief Antonio Rico Blanco last
October today sought the right
to remain in the United Statu
as a, pouueaj refugee.
Federal luda:e" Emmet Chose
raised stron doubt that the Cu-
Iban, Ousts vo Ricardo Machln,
f would have to leave the united
statea. ; -
Machla was arresieA fester.
day on a warrant tasved Jan.
11 by Federal sdn Joseph r r-Lick
Lick r-Lick nnder a 1504 treaty he.
tweea the VS. and Cns. Ma.
chin was released
the oaiecttans of
the Cnbaa consul, Edaardo
Heraandea, and a b carta- was
set for today before Jadro
Hernandet filed the complaint
in VS. district court hero Jan.
11 for the arrest of Marhia and
Cuban government had balked
Because Macun was released on
Cuban authorities have charg charged
ed charged Machln and, another ytwtb.
with belna: accessories after the
fact In the murder of CoL Rico
Blanco, They are accused of
helplne the two others,, who al allegedly
legedly allegedly fired the shots, to es
cape- ... v .-
col Rico Bianco was assassl.
nated Oct 28 and three aides
were wounded by machine gun
fire In Havana,'
pose ef the seal of Marras Fi-( )
bleaa, who died a year are-
thla week, will be held tesaer- -row
wjorainf at e'eleck ia the
Feeble Naeve Cathelle Chares.
.zz2AZ:.m ah umzrnasOT daily ,newefate3
FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 8. 1957
'Cera T. Cc1HS!rf Y'r P.0.V7;,.
(AH Tills ra Chsfs v rjcchctcs) ;
-JUDGE GUTHRIE' F. CROWE, lOuUnSwipf i ftWijni,
Scouts Council 801 of ths Canal zone, pwwiPW .l, whln BervicraV
acotttaTtto Ood- and Country-award lasfe.awday .during ; the .igJ woomw&v
U Be Chftpey Above .Crowe -is shown ; giving. Grady .Hester "gvfWS
cTtation wre scoute: Terry
Hau;, iTflfr -parents -oi .au ecoms-
i An) -?Vt --s:iJ
KCt'-rr Via '',
f.s-'f --f 1 1, I
j- f 1 -.' rmA A. i Iff
BRIG. GEN. MARSHALL STUBBS. (center) commanding' gen general,
eral, general, Chemical Corps Material Command, is welcomed at U.8.
Army Caribbean-headquarters recently by Mai. Gen. Thomas
L. Harrold (xightt, commanding general, UJS. Army Caribbean;
and Brig. Gen. Louis V. Hightower, -decuty commanding gen general','
eral',' general',' U.S. Army Caribbean. The occasion was a special honor
guard ceremony lor Stubbs.
(U.S. Army Photo)
4 'v T
LOOKING DOWN. IN THE MOUTH Thi, w,rtuble view J
t the ereter of Japant famous Mount J"uji was taken vftto
US. Kary fighter plan. Tb photographer also canih aa
rSMPCocga. streaking over the sndwcJad tmma.
-v t. 4
v it.- I
were .v&ifmi "wp. r
i i h
Boy Scoot Waak To Ba
Obsarvad At Sf. Luko'a
As part of tbe celebration of Boy
SCOUl Wees on in e Kfou'wun a
snecial service will be conducted at
the Cathedral of St, Luke, at 11 o'
clock Sunday morning, under the
sponsorship of Boy Scout Troop No,
5 and uid racK no. a.
C.nUr Guards, from the. various
troops on the Pacific Side of the
Isthmus wul participate ia a pro
cession, and wui' oa presemea at
the alt&r at the close of the service
when the salute to the flag tha na
tional aotbem anathc-ciovnn pray
era will be sai4.
sent a memorial on scouting, Ed.
ward J.. Lucas sponsoring- organix
ational Chairman of Troop 3; will
tead the Bible lesson, and the very
Rev Mainert. Ji Peterson, Dean o
the Cathedral, will, preach oh "Tbe
Significance of .Scouting."
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All scouting officers and-members,
are invited to participate in
the service. :
Explorer Post To Hold
Bridge Of Honor Ceremony
Tne highlight of. Boy Seoul
WeeK for, the newly orgamzea Ex
plorer Post 17 of Fort Clayton will
be when the Army officially' turns
over a J-uoat to tne post.
. The ceremony giving the boat to
tre Explorers will be part of the
Bridge of Honor ceremonies to- be
held at. tbe Ancon Masonic Ball
tomorrow at 7:30 p.m. At the
Bridea of Honor. Explorers from
all over the Canal Zone will re receive
ceive receive advancement awards. The
program will be followed by a
danco for the- scouts, their guests
Sfo. Walter L. Hareourt. explor
er advisor for Post 17; said that
members of the- post had been
working on the boat for the pant
two weeks. Tbe- boat Is presently
in drydoek, but it lned that
they can get it into the water o-
ver the weekend, Sgt. Hareourt
" CoL D. A, Kins', trsnsportatiun
officer, U.S.' Army Caribbean, said
the boat bad been declared excess
property and giving the boat to
the scouts was part of the Army's
continuing efforts to assist the Boy
Scouts- of Americay CoL' King' is
chairman -of the Post 17- commit
tee. :'" '''
Daring tb first three quarters
of last year,' the Army donated
more than fiv and one-half mU mU-Uoa
Uoa mU-Uoa dollars worth of surplus pro property
perty property to the scouts. --
Sgt Hareourt said acquisition of
tbo boat would bo of great assist assist-ance
ance assist-ance in carrying out the explorer
program here. It will be used for
both recreation and .teaching of
' Explorers must be 14 years or
older and may advance to licens licensed
ed licensed pilots. One of the requirements
to become a pilot is to spend e--
en days at aea. ; -
To Present Drama
X biblical dramt' entitled. Tiul
Before Agrippa, will be, pment pment-trf
trf pment-trf bv Ike sanctified Church of God.
under the8 direction., of Mrs, Olive;
Victor; on Saurdav at tie. sojour sojourner's
ner's sojourner's Halt
The play has east of, 23 per
sons and is both edocatiPaal, and
There's a new twist, to train
ing at Fort Sherman's Junele
wajiare. Training, center.. Tne
sergeants have started captur
ing- the of ficerm. '
. in a recent, twoday training
exercise the non-commissioned
officers i paok '- command in a
problem designed to test their
proficiency in? case of emergen
cy. Tht problem presumea a,sur-
prise attacjc, one tnat nan para paralyzed
lyzed paralyzed transportation between
Fort Sherman and the officers'
' '"Operation Sergeant" was in initiated
itiated initiated with a seven mile : road
match to the training- area. a
long tna cnagre. Riven, i There
the detachment, under the com
mand of M-Sgt. William Rigsby,
acting company commander, es established,
tablished, established, a defense perimeter,
assigned fields jOf fire, dispatch dispatched
ed dispatched natrols alonsr the shore of
the Chaeres, and established
A. grisly touch of. realism was.
added In the font of JWTCs
.pedal BurrlTal meno. The de
fense perimeter, became a
scene of carnage as Jungle ex experts
perts experts launched a surpjriso at
tack n a. fleck; of r chJckens
Sick Broke Brooklyn
YORK. Feb.. 6V(UP)r-
An unemployed Brooklyn man
and his wlfo jumped totheir
deaths today from tne ton of
their 15-story apartment build
ing in an apparent suicide pace,
in thei anartrrienfc oollce found
thecbody Ql tljelr? ttre-year-oldJ
. Police-identified the victims as
osepht Kennedy,( 4, his wif
Nam 45, aniL. theicr daughter,
Valerie.. :r. -;r. 1
The Kennedys mameft. tor
seven years, did not leave any
suicide notes behind bub police
said Kennedy had; been sick
and imemnloved for many. years;
Tn. tne arjartment, T)ouc iounu
numerous medicine- bottles and
stacks of unpaid medical bills.
s The child's body waa. round
in larsra twin bed.. Police said
the girl had aiea irom."swncw
tinn or frieht." They said there
were no. marks on her body, but
said her tonana. .was. stickini?
out as if she. had -been. strangled,
police said- sho .apparently died
about three, hours, before her
parent Jumped. ta. their deaths.
fUllCW lUUUtt'Mlc. jui uuj
af ter the bodies ot tbe Kennedys
found at. S. a.mV EST on
the sidewalk, in front of their
apartment .(at 345 Clinton Ave.
by an apartment security guard
6 Army Oliicers
Picked To Allcnd
Sir. officers from the 20th Infan
try Kegiment; and.: attached units j
naye, Deen. seiecteu io unr.
next regular class at! the. Com
mand and General Staff -College
at Fort Leavenworth,, Kansas.
Comprising a- major portion of
the. 20th.. Infantry's Regimental
staff, the group includes MaJ. Ly Lyman
man Lyman H. Clark, regimenta opera operations,
tions, operations, and training officer; ,. MaJ
William F. Scbless. regimental
and Post adjutant: Capt.. Joe B.
Flores, regimental Intelligence of officer;
ficer; officer; Capt Joseph D. Hynes, as assistant
sistant assistant operations and; training of
ficer; and capt: Hoages scue
director of instruction for the Jun Jungle
gle Jungle Warfare Training Center. '.,
Selected from the U.Si Array a a-vlation
vlation a-vlation detachment, Caribbean.
was Capt. William S. Hawkins. :
1 The class, lasting, 41: week, cen centers
ters centers around a studv of mUitaro
tactics; on 0: division;; andL higher
UNITED FRUIT COMPANY
GrtH White Fleet
New Orleans. Service.
4 STEAMEB .Feb. 1
"YUCATAN-" ...Feb. Z5
MOBAZAN' .............Feb. 2
; Um Randllai BefHfewrtad and ChtUod, Cario
New York Service
. -art tUAV
Weekly aaifinj ot twelve passenger ship to New
York, New Orients, Los Ajttde&v FrAodjeo'
. and Seattle.
snciAL ttomn tbip passcngek fakes from
, CRISTOBAL-ANDOB BALCOAi v
Ta Nam York a a 4 Retani .........SHiM
To Lee Aarelea aad Saa Fraaeiaee and .-- -Betaraina-
fron Lea Angelea ......... RTIM
' To SearUa aad Retara S3U.N
imported for survival purposes.
The resultant fare, when
roasted over charcoal pits, was
.a machete-wielding gourmet's
Durlnflf the night the aggress
ors (played this time by the of
fleers of tne Trammg center
probed the t defense perimeter
with patrols.,The night's, acjavir
ty resulted in a respectable num number
ber number of aggressor under capture.
None were neara to puu rana in
At dawn M-Sgt. Rigsby or-
.dered withdrawal from the
position and-the. men hewed,
; m three mile. shorUcu through,
the Jungle back to Fort Sher Sherman,
man, Sherman, thus terminating the
i Acting as platoon leaders for
tha, psobjera were J-egi. mx mx-Mandac.
Mandac. mx-Mandac. M-Set. JOso Ro
sado and; Sf p. Frank Bishop. The
actUift execuuve uiiiuci im-
Bgb. Anthony TiUon,
Fib On Martyrs
Shown Here Sunday
Tb fflmR 'Mid-Century Martyrs'
hv Drt Clarence Jones
and Bobert Savage, wuj;oe anowu
- t.ho K'irst Jtaousi wnivu
boa lleighta this Sunday at 7:30
'in'arf effort to contact the fierce
A nr, Indian, of Ecuador, Jim El-
hottNate Saint; Ed McCully,. Pete
Fleming, and Roger Youderian
were martyred in January oi iao
ffr. makina initial friendly con
tacts with thv Indians,, -Three of
these men were known m tne canai
Zonej having,,ben guests at the
First Bantist Church. The film ha
been' produced from original pic-j
. i i V. Ik. iM.iiiitol mis.
Gurea aKa: uic uiuich. ,j
The Sunday meetings t the Bap
tist Church will feature" missions
at both the lO morning'and t.zo
venine services. At the 10:40 wor-
shiphour, Miss Lucuie uearn rorm
erly olthe.Gorgas Hospital stafftl
win De comroiswoueu. u-
Sionary nurse, miss newn uas uecu
on dutv in OuitO. Ecuador, since
last' April when she resigned from
Gorgas, Hospital. She will give her
testimony of conversion and call to
thai mission field, after which she
wUl be- commissioned by the. Bap
tist Church of which she has been
a member for some years. Miss
Hearn will become tha 33rd person,-to
go out of the .church as a
f o pel worker in the past ten years,
he message at the morning service-
by Pastor William, H. Beeby
will bo "Tha-Heathen and God's
At 'the evening service,, after
the-showing of. ''Mid-Century Mar Martyrs,"
tyrs," Martyrs," the-pastor will preach on
"The Heathen and God's Plan for
.50; public! Is, invited to;partic to;partic-apt
apt to;partic-apt in these mission meetings,
iRidde nBy Royalty
LONDON (UP) Winston, the
police horse ridden by Queen El
izabeth and the late King George
VI at trooping of the color cere
monies, was injured todsy in the
line of duty and had to De de destroyed.
. The 17-year old horse slipped
on a rain-slicked street while "in "instructing"
structing" "instructing" a rookie mounted po
nce man now to control traffic.' A
veterinarian found, Winston had
dislocated bis back and ordered
: Winston earned high reputa
tion for his good manners and
intelligent, behayior in, traffic. He
was selected to .Carry members of
tha royal family because, of his
a 4.-1 1 m
SMALL FRF. of the finny
brary Museum, In the Civit.Affaira Biillding. visitors to the current exhibit proSlded- by
members of the. Canal Zone Aquarium Society, however, have not been restricted to'yoirng
ovbis- nuuiw owm wr iinu
Will Dc Given
In Rainbow City ;
Salk anti-polio 1 vaccine inocula
fions will be given next Tuesday
si me r irsi Aia oiauon in nainuow
City to both adults and children.
The adult will be charged 50 cents
for each of the three inoculations
in ihe, series.
The second and third inoculations
ara due), os past due,- for about 350
Atlantic side children, rarents oi
these children' are asked to brine
or send them to the First Aid Sta Station
tion Station for the remaining inoculations
in the series.
: Miss sE,; Jane Holcomb,
, .No- one'knows how to prepare rayioii
W TWore our CHEF BOY-AR-DEE chef chose a real
Italian recipe to prepare this delicious dish!
But a good recipe alone is not enough f muH
ase ingredient, of me highest quahty. Chef Boy-ArDce
ravioli iTmade with magnificent tender rim
of tomatoes and other high quality ingredients. The re re-tlt?
tlt? re-tlt? a tasty dish that can be prepared in minutes and
' will delight everybody.,
variety, fascinate two-leesed smai
win uiwiav aa m LPresr.ino- n nt
Too often. the woman wrio Is
pretty as a picture turns our to be
Nurse on the Atlantic side, has
list of the children for whom the
second and third polio inoculations
are due. or overdue.
.Ilirr -f- -r'-''r,-t-."T'f'????'-V'&&
Cj I' ttfie goodness
M ) CHEF DOY-AR.0C2 1
ha a SPECIALTY SPECIALTY-"SiSf
"SiSf SPECIALTY-"SiSf THEBEST. RECIPES
fnr n. th rutiaT- -n-
tna, ctitiriivvn t w
In Balboa Thcifcn
Show Set Ilex! Ffh
Announcement was rn,ad"-today
that the rodeo group now. appear I
ing in Panama would be presented
in the Canal Zone at the Balboa
Theater for one show idayfeb.
15 along with a specialshowin of
the Cinemascope Featftre "picture
"STAGECOACH TO FCRy.''
All participants are sprs fn their
own right with such outstanding
personalities as Joan Soss "wiz "wizard
ard "wizard of the bull-whip," Slong with
a Texas Ed and Babe in their combi-
nation gun and pistol gjlarp-shoot
ing act. There will be io advance
in admission for this presentation.
. ... ; -!
TVkrta will be on sal at. tfie
TBt PANAMA AMEKICAJ AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER
VRIDAY, FEBRUARY f, 1957
ss 7s 2-J
New England Boy Opponent
NEW YORK. Feb. '8 (UP) i
Featherweight Isidro Martinez off
Panama makes his Madison
Square debut land his second U.S.
appearance tonight in a 10-round-er
with Bobby Courchesne of Holy Holy-oke,
oke, Holy-oke, Mass.
;it will be televised and broad broadcast
cast broadcast nationally by NBC at 10 p.m.
C "I sal," the ex-thoeshine boy
who became 126-pound champion
n : J. .....J 0.1 4a
(polish off Courchesne, the ax
atona mason who bocamo light light-weiaht
weiaht light-weiaht ruler of Now England.
I Martinez 'in favored principally
fbecause of his impressive U. S
'debut at Washington, D.C.. on Jan
4l when he -won an upset decision
over ex-contender Ike Chestnut of
In that boot, Issi displayed speed
and skill, and he confused Chest
nut by his switch-hitting style
changing constantly from the right-foqt-forward
stance to the left-hoof-
front. He also showed a fair puncl).
Martinez 22. has a 16-2-1 record
hat includes seven knockouts. He
Ivas unbeaten in his last seven
starts although held to one draw.
South Carolina Ace Misses Scoring Chance, But!,
He's Hero Anyway- Ibwa '-Yirginia'AIWin
Hif only two losses wara to tha i
lata Padro Tesis of Panama, on
. i i
a technical KnocKOMi oecausa cr
a cut brow and on a decision.
Tesii latar was killed in an auto auto-mobila
mobila auto-mobila accident.
Courchesne, lightweight cham champion
pion champion of New England, has had
more experience than Martinez al although
though although he is a year younger, irisn
Bobby has a 47-6-2 record that in
eludes 18 kayoes. He was stop stopped
ped stopped three times.
Bobby will have a slight weight
advantage over Martinez, probably
130 pounds to Isidro's 127. Their
contract prevents Courchesne from
scaling more than 131.
The New Englander had nine
bouts in 1956 and won seven. His
two losses were on kayoes to Jo Joseph
seph Joseph Cotero and Miguel Berrios,
third-ranked feather contender. In
his last start, Jan. 7, Bobby out
pointed Johnny Busso of New York
in a TV bout at St. JNicnoias Arena.
Although Courchesne fought sev
eral times at St. Nick s, he will
be engaging in his first Garden
main event. He is an entertaining
boxer-puncher young, fast and
Beermen to Meet Puerto Rico Jn Series;
Manager 'Confident' as He Boards Plane
By J. J. HARRISON Jr, f
Manager Leon Kellman, whosg champion Cerveza Balboa tem playt Puerto Rico
in the opening game of the nirtth Caitibbean Series which gets underway at 6 p.m., in'
Havana tomorrow, s&id this morning at Tocumen: Airport that, .his starting pitqher
would be either righthander Ronniei5 Sheetz or southpaw Ceorge Brunet.
A chartered COPA plane, with 5Q series-bound passengers aboard,, which incruded
20 team members, coach Godwin' Moor and umpire Dal Thornton, took off at .9:35
this morning, 35 minutes behind schedule. ,x : I J
Panama Marlin Club News
I -Fab. 15. Transportation will ba
! provided by the Marlin Club. For
reservations please call tha sec secretary
retary secretary at Balboa 1387 as toon as
There Is no need to go down to
fhe Pearl Islands if you want loads
of fun and a boatful of Ked Snapp!
Richt outside the channel oetween
ithe sparbuoy and San Jose (and a
gain between Tabogilla and Bal Balboa)
boa) Balboa) the beautiful Ited Snapper
ar hniline richt on top of the wa-
Itpr larce schools of bait are all j
. i '......,,, I i ii I n't' Tnn t r-i
tover tne Day. mce iasi ounuaj, rnnmr uni, Mermany turj
arse and small boats have come a top Kussian athletic expert has.
with as many as ju or iu umi. criucizea me aovieis snowing in
1957 Biggest Year
For Soviet Sports
Utility lnflelder-outfielder Oli
ver Haray, wno was not oriRinai oriRinai-ly
ly oriRinai-ly included on the series roster,
and trainer Lionel Duncan, were
scheduled to leave later today by
PAA flight to join the team in
An optimistic Kellman, who
said the chances of Panama
winning her second Caribbean
championship "were good,'" de declared
clared declared that his pitching choice
depended on the amount of
right and left hand hitters In
the Mayaguez (Puerto Rico)
Panama, represented by the
Carta Vieja club, won the title
in ruerio it co in lau
ous four times, Cuba has been
champion three times, Pana Panama
ma Panama took the title once and
Venezuela hat yet to win.
I Panama and Puerto Rico were
runnersup to Cuba In the series
that was played .here at the
I Olympic Stadium last year.
' Won Lost Pet. I fine nttchlno- with tlmelv Mf
jpoiice. v o l.ouo.unj: The Coca Cola boya tried
ijincoirv uie e
spur cola S
Elks 1414 2
Seymour Agency .. 0
Kellman said he expected topumas
Won Lost Pet.
One boat landed over 100 on one
track and field at the Melbourne
Olympics as disappointing and put
the chief blame on overtraining.
Inrhina are also coming in. The
"rtinriaiT' brought in some nice
Jones last Sunday. Pacheca seems I "The Olympic Games did not
lto be the Spot ana a numoer ui Dring us wnai we an naa expeci-
r?!iermen are preparing ineir ed, Kussia s Alexander t e 1 ov
i.ioats for a trip down mere tnis' wrote in tne latest eaition ot tne
Iveek-end. Let's not forget the Tee-1 west German official athletic pub-
ly-Weeny Tournament on March 9 lication "Leichtathletik.
nd 10. There s not mucn time leit
3 eet boats and light equipment However, Belov claimed that
lit? condition. We hope to have a
csord turnout this year wnn eve-.
jj available iisnerman ana iisner iisner-.,bman
.,bman iisner-.,bman and all the boats.
Tha next Marlin Club meeting
will ba held on the Atlantic side
iMbe, Elk's Club 1SS2 on Friday, J nation."
1956 was "the best year in the
history of the Soviet Union's track
and field activities. We edged one
step closer toward the United
Sta'es and we emerged as the
wtrld's second strongest athletic
The refreshing Smoke
put his squad through a work
out this afternoon at Havana's
cerro stadium, where all the
games will be played.
The entire team, with the
exception of slugging infielder
Hector Lopez, appeared in high
spirits as they waited to board
Lopez, whose seven home
runs was tops for the season,
was fined $25 after the game
in which the Beermen clinch clinched
ed clinched the flag, for being "disre "disrespectful
spectful "disrespectful to club officials."
The Kansas City Athletics
star, who drove In the winning
run in the sixth inning of the
clincher, was glum and uncom uncommunicative
municative uncommunicative this morning.
Sheetz, whose record on the
season was 4-4, hurled Cerveza
Balboa to the 1956-57 Pro
League pennant Tuesday when
he twirled a three-hit, 4-0 ahut ahut-out
out ahut-out over Carta Vieja.
The righthander, whos9 1.64
ERA was the best in the league,
strucK ous 25'DiKsersv.v -!
Brunet won ;ve garnet lost
; four and had an earned i run
I average of 2 51. He was second
in the loop in strikeouts with
Kellman said he planned, to
have Bartirome (.377 ) at first
I base, Hector Lopez, (.272) sec-.
ond base; Clyde Parrls, (.299)
third base; Clarence Moore,
(.170) shortstop; Pepe Osorio,
(.337) left field; John Glenn,
(.324) center field; Al Pink Pink-ston,
ston, Pink-ston, (.240) right field; and
Kellman, (.173) behind the
plate. Marcos Cobos, (.289)
will share the catching dul'es.
Raseball commissioner Ford
Frick has been Invited by Cuban I
league officials to throw out the 1
first hall. Venezuela, represent-!
ed by the Caracas tfeam. will
olav Marianao of. Cuba, in the
The series will end next week
Thursdav after all clubs have
met each other twice.
Of the eight series played,
Puerto Rico has been T'ctorl-
; The Palomas took a toe hold
on tirst place at the Fastlich
Ball ParK as tne teams stars
down the home stretch of the
first'half by measuring the Ma
caws by 10 to &; The palomas
started Garcia, who went the
distance, getting credit for the
win and were helped by some
timely hitting. The Macaws
started McGowin, who also went
the distance. The Macaws scored
two In the first, two in the
fifth and on in the seventh.
The Palomas scored three in
the first, one in the third, one
in the fifth and five in the
sixth. Chase for the Macaws ar
rived at flrsb by a walk, Pear
son was safe on an error. Des
Londes wa on by a fielder?
choice. Watts singled, took sec second
ond second on a passed ball as Chase
and Pearson scored. E. Corrigap
was out on a pop to third, Mc McGowin
Gowin McGowin filed out to Sanders and
f nice throw In caught the run
ner off third for the final out.
The Macaws scored two more
in the fifth on singlet by Watts
and E. Corrigan, walkg to Chase
and DeVore and a stolen base,
one In the seventh on Pearson's
double, a walk and a passed ball.
-The palomas tallied three in
the first on a walk, two stolen
bases and singles by Rathgaber,
Allen and Garcia. One in the
third as Garcia walked, stole
second went to third as Pajak
singledand then took off for
home and was safe on a close
play at the plate: one in the
fifth on singles by Kline and a
double by Huddleston and five
in the fifth on one hit, a double
by Kline, two walks, a sacrifice
by pajak and two errors.
For the Macaws, Watts led
with 2 for 4, followed by Pear
son and E. Corrigan with one
for four. For the palomas, Allen
and Kline were tied with two for
three, followed by Garcia with
pne for two,
X '.' i
pearson ss ,. 4
DesLondes If 4
Watts cf 4
Corrigan, E. 3b 4
McGowan p 3
Thompson c 2
Stielau lb ., 2
Corrigan, L. lb 1
Browder rf ...
SUMMARY Two base hits:
Pearson, Allen, Kline, Huddle
ston. strike outs: by McGowin 2,
Garcia 3. Walks off McGowin 4,
Garcia 6. Earned runs: Macaws
4, Palomas 8. Umpires: Mohl
. fiEV! YORK, Feb. 8 (UP) BasJ
ketoau's Hero toaay was jumui
sdooiing Giaay wanaceM who hadJ
a coaiice to pass now Ches tin
jet Jsorte aud Wilt (Tha iuiu
Chamoeriuin m tne national scor
wg oecoy and passed it up. i
ii j he six-foot. nvemch bouth Ca
rcuina star nteaed At points goin
injco an night's game akainst wane
jvorest to pass coiumuia's Fone
and only a to pass runner-u
cnamDeuam ot Aausas. He settlei
tor M as bouth Carolina upset Wane
iorest, sa-4a to ena tne Deacons'!
sevengame winning streak.
wanace aireaay naa notched 21
points with lu aimuies leit in tne
name, .. ..
Hut South Carolina was out in
front in tne game as Coiumoia, ii.
Cv ana eiectea to piay a siow-aown
game to preserve us lead. Giving
up Jus, chance for tne national ac ac-ciaim
ciaim ac-ciaim that tne io. l snot would
have; meant, Wallace too only one
more snot in the game and that just
three seconds beiore the final nui nui-zer,
zer, nui-zer, tipping a-basket to make Jiis
final total for the night 28 points.
Wallace, a 21-year-old junior
from;Mare Creek, Ky., who wasi
the nation's leading junior college
scores last year with Pineville, Ky,1
Juncor College, thus saw his scor
ing, average drop from 29.8 point
per game to 29.4. He stays in third
place" behind Forte's 30.1 and
The loss was only the second in
tne last 17 games for Wake Forest,
we nation s law-ranKed team
wmcn naant Deen neaten since
Dowing to national leader North
Carolina. The Deacons, led by Jim
uiuey s 17 points, tamed only live
Dasxets during the second half.
Gary Thompson, Iowa State's
five-10 all-America candidate, al alto
to alto had a big night as ha scored
31 points to pace tha nation's 10th.
ranked team to a 92-74 victory
over Drake. The win gave Iowa
State a 14-4 record.
Another all-America candidate.
Hot Rod Hundley of West Virginia,
didn't fare so well. Hoping to put
in a good performance in MariUm
square Garden, Hgndley could
score only 16 points Virginia down downed
ed downed ,New York U., 83-77.
In other leadine came Is at
night: St. John's of New York-
squeaked to a 83-62 victory over
George Washington on Duck Duck Duck-ett's
ett's Duck-ett's two late free-throws despite
points oy tne colonials
The Police,' champions of the
Pacific Little League for 1956,
clinched the frst half cham
pionship'; for 1957 by winning'
their ninth consecutive game,
Ttia PnMrA nave fin mnre
game to play and if they win
the next one it will be the fiist
time In the pacific Little League
that a team went undefeated.
Yesterday the Police tntroduc
ed a new pitcher In Wilder and
all he did was to hold the Gi Gibraltar
braltar Gibraltar Life outfitr to two hits
and won 5-1. Wilder did get
some relief from Ashton who is
getting to be a regular ; fireman
in the league. This was the sec second
ond second time this week that ASh ten
worked in relief. Wilder wa los
iner his control, and before he
got into serious trouble,, Ashton
was called in. r- .:
Fraunhelm toed the tiound
for the Gibraltars, and held the
hevay hittine policemen to three
blngles, but loose support both
In commission and admission
proved fatal when the ponce
scored four runs on one hit. Se Sebastian
bastian Sebastian for the. Police had a
perfect day, as did Hermanny
two for two.
Life (V ',
Hermanny 'rf ,,
Wilson c .............
Zapp lb ..
Ab R H
out a new pitcher, Ralph Ben
der,-a ten year older, i Bender!
pitcned very wen after shaky
start and with a little more ex experience
perience experience f will win m many ball
Wayne Hardistjr VasScreditea
witnnis nrst win although he
has pitched good ball every time'
out. He also hit the only extra
base hlt rof the game, a double.
Bill Dockery was the only player
with more than one hit. He had
The box scorer
Coco Solo Braves
Seabolt, 3b. n ......
Bonzoumet. cf :
Rothi c :
Hardisty, p, 3b ......
Rice, ss ...ii',.;..,.
Ab R II 15
25 9 7 2
Coca Cola Bottlers
Wilder, lb .......... 2
Dockery c ... 3
Crouch, rf ......... 3
Peterson, ss 3
Roscoe, 3b ......... i 3
Stohrer, If 2
Sanders, cf 2
Hutchinson, 2b ..... 2
Bender, d .......... l.
Sanchez, p ,..,,....vi
22 1 5 1
Score By Innings
, 00Q 0011
Dempsey 3b 4. 1,1 0
Ashton ss, p . ..
Corrigan 2b, ss 3 1 0
Priester cf i:. 3 11
Potter c :- 210
Riley lb 3 0 0
Sebastian rf 2 0 2:
Wilder p 0 0 0
Weade If J O 0
Riley Jeff If 2 0 0
Darden 2b .00 0
ATLANTIC LITTLE LEAGUE
W L GB
Guarilia: Jark MpPrth' t Ponce Pais
led Notr Him. tn o ..;... Pirates 6
oyer ForUand; soph Dale Moore
had 29 points and Larrv WnoH 21
to pace Eastern Kentucky at 90-66
wm over- Toledo; Pittsburgh wedg wedged.
ed. wedged. Westminster (Pa.), 71-69; and
Utah downed Montana, 84-70.
The national SDotlieh.
night to the Pacific Coast Confer!
Mutual of Omaha 4
Coco Solo Braves .. 1
Coca' Cola Bottlers 1
1 The last week of first half play
began Monday afternoon wthi
the Police Pals just about ellm ellm-inatina
inatina ellm-inatina the Pirates from the
iu urn i-cmc v.OESt conler -.-,. vv wlrtno of an 8 to 5 vie
ence where co-.leaders California WnVii. to
perb pitching by Bud Wainlo,
tripped the Coco Solito Cubs 6
to 2 in a game played Wednes Wednesday
day Wednesday afternoon.
; The Cubs loss puts them In a
tie with the Police Pals and the
winner of Friday's game be between
tween between the Cubs and the pals,
will be the winner' of the first
half crown. The game was a
story of too much Wainlo, who
kept four hits well scattered as
he struck out 11 batters. Luther
Quinn pitched well until the
fourth, frame when the Omaha
boys scored their six runs. Bob
Jodice finished the game allow allowing
ing allowing only one hit, while he was
on the mound. ; r
Baranick's triple was the
longest hit of the game and the
only other extra base hit was a
double by Webber. Mario Villa Villa-marzo
marzo Villa-marzo and ReggieLum each had
tWO hits. i;.... v-;j.-f;7 ti
The box score: ,
Amherst 64 Harvard 55
Temple 81 Villanova 72
Lehigh 84 Dickinson 58
Boston U. 73 Tufts 60
Quantico 85 Duquesne 72
Colgate 75 Cornell 63
Yale 103 Columbia 87
PrincetoB 69 Rutgers 53
Penn 67 Brown 66
Army 90 Albright 74
Navy 53 Penn State 48
Stetson 95 Miami 92
Morchead St. 85 Louisville 74
Wash. U. (Mo.) 72 Portland 65
Marquette 81 Canisius 80
Dayton 68 Miami iO ) 67
Air Force 104 Colorado Col. S3
Aaron Gets His Brave Raise;
Portocarrero Gets New Chance
. (Amoros Gets Offer)
NEW YORK, Feb. 8 (UP)
Uammftring Hank Aaron of Mil
waukee, who was asking for a 100
per cent raise, happily settled for
a 50 per cent one today that will
pay him about sz7,uw ior awm
ing his big bat this year.
A $2.1S telephone call (night
rate, including tax) from 9"r 9"r-al
al 9"r-al manager John QuiflB In Mil Milwaukee
waukee Milwaukee to Aaron at hi home in
Mobile, Ala., settled tho whole
business last night.
Aaron, who led the National
League in batting with a .328 mark
last vear and hit 26 nome runs,
tai iwvn aeekine double the esti
mated $18,000 he receiver last sea
son. Uumn naa Deen nesuuw"
arith the 23-veir-old outfielder ov
er the phone two weeks until they
finally reached an agreement last
'I'm definitely not disappointed.
Aaron said after his taut witn
Quinn. "How did I do? Fairly
well. I wouldn't want to discuss
the contract but I'm very happy
about :t. The Braves are a great
bunch and I'm glad to be with
Aaron's acceptance of terms
left southpaw Warren Spahn a
tha Braves' leading player still
The Cleveland Indians announc
ed the signing of outfielders Dave
Pops and Bob Usher and pitcher
Arnold Portocarrero will get an
other chance this year with the
Kansas City Athletics and it prob
ably will be his last.
Two years ago, the six-foot three
inch right-handed Portocarrero was
one of the most sought after pitch
ers in the American League after
winning nine games for the A s,
but arm trouble caused him to be
placed on the disabled list during
1955 and he has never been able
to regain his previous form.
Shortstop Chico Fernandez and
pitcher Bob Darnell agreed to
terts with the Dodgers, leaving
Sandy Amorof the only unsigned
Fernandez batted .231 in 34
games for Brooklyn last season
and Darnell had a 16-12 record with
Portland of the Pacific Coast
Ameroc was offered a $1,000
raise but Brooklyn officials say
they haven't heard word from
him in Cuba, where ha has been
playing winter ball.
something new has been added! added!-at
at added!-at our so-popular .
it's the CAROL GREAVES TRIO
now playing from midnitt to 4:30 a.m.
very FRIDAY and SATURDAY
in the sir-conditioned Balboa Bar!
join the late crowd for Club 4:30 fun
and receive a nightcap on-the-house at 4:30 tun.
CAROL also plays the plane
II to 2 a.m. San. Tuea. Wed. & Thar.
and U.C.L.A. each will risk it nPp
feet 6-0 league record U.C.L.A.
the nation's No. 5 team, will visit
wasnington and I2th-snku) r0i,
fornia visits Oregon State, each
me nest 01 a two-game series. Ken
tucKy, tne. wo. 3 team, will still
lead the Southeast Conference ev
en if it is upset by Mississippi.
Syracuse, ranked 17th, will play
host to Holy Cross in a top inde independent
pendent independent game.
Tigers to Try
The Interscholastlc Ba s eb a 1 1
League goes into the home stretch
tonight for the Balboa Bulldoes
they host their rivals from the oth
er side of the Isthmus, the Cristo Cristobal
bal Cristobal Tigers. .JThe Cristobal ninA has
been than to upset the aoDle art
fr. U t..ll-I 1 J r . ..
ivi ,tuc ouiiuuga uy aeieauug Ulem
At are most of the. league
games for the Bulldogs, this will
else be an important contest. A
Tiger victory would put the Bull,
dogs, face to face with tha nrah.
, lam of winning their final gam
againsT 4. 1. next weak, or else.
Inasmuch as J.C. is -now the hot hot-est
est hot-est team In the league, this might
bo far more difficult task than
Wayne Wall is scheduled tn fau
tne rubber for the Bulldogs as a
starter, but his leg is a bis cmet.
uou mar, in case wan nas trouble,
Bob Hamilton will probably get
the call for relief work, whirh
would send Jerry Durfee to take ov
er for Hamilton at the initial sack.
utih mentor Paul Karst has just
about settled on Lem Kirkland to
handle the pitches, and the rest of
his lineup will be the same except
for one outfield position left open
by Kirkland moving to the catch
ers duties. Anyone of several bovi
could get this assignment but it
won t be known just who- it is un until
til until game time.
Luke Palumbo, veteran Cristo Cristobal
bal Cristobal coach; is expected to name his
top pitcher. Ray Croft, to the start starting
ing starting assignment Croft is a' eanable
hurler, and given adequate ficld-
mg and hitting support be would
.have compiled a far better won won-!
! won-! lost record. Palumbo might juggle
his lineup some what in an effort
I get more hitting power, but he
cant afford to weaken his club
too much defensively.
I Balboa baa won the previous two
frames thia vear from fVirtoK.1
taking the first at Mt Hope 6-1,
and the second game at Balboa 4-2.
Thia ia the Tigers last chance to
win against the Bulldogs this year,
so It can be safely assumed .they
will be riving it a little extra come
7 o'clock, 1
torv: The win keeps alive
Police hopes for the pennant.
Mutual of Omaha Ab It H
Lum. Reg. ss 3 12
the Bath, lb 3
Billison, cf 1
Joe Coffin who. relieved Kar Kar-plnskl,
plnskl, Kar-plnskl, pitched his tea niout of
a bases loaded, one out situa situation,
tion, situation, with only one run being
scored arid he deserves a great
deal of credit for his team's vic
tory. Jim JongbJoed led the
batters with three hits, while
he and Richie Carpenter bang
ed.out two baggers.
Dockery, If 0
The Pals jumped on Pirate
starter Ray Scheidegg and piled
up a six fun lead In the first two
innings. The Pirates were a
threat throughout the game, Sanders, rf 2
leaving eight men stranded on Lum, Orl, rf 1
the bases. Their efforts. w?re in'Highley, If 1
vain however, as Kenny cooper
in right fieia robbed tnem or vi vital
tal vital hits when each of the hits
may have meant the (tame for
the pirates, in trie third with
bases loaded he threw out Will
at first. In the fourth he afrain
threw a ma nout- at first, this
time with two men on and Ray
r Scheidegg hitting; the ball. Fi
nally in tne sixth ne maae a
catch after a Ions run of Dou Dou-gle
gle Dou-gle Alberga's fly ball.
25 0 6 3
Coco Solito Cube
McNamee, ss 3
Kock, 3b 3
Villamarzo, c, lb 3
Quinn, p, c "3
Baranick, cf 3
Webber, If 3
Henrlquez, 2b 2
Jodice, 1. p 2
Motta, rf 2
24 2 4 0
The pox score:
McElhone, ss ....
Karpinski, p, 2b
Coffin,. lb, p ....
Jongbloed, cf, lb
Carpenter, c ....
Smith, If ........
Ab R H
25 8 8 1
Chin, e .
Scheidegg. p. lb
Christoph, lb, p
WW, U i...
Wtnberg (a) ....
Score By innings
24 9 6 3
a) Struck out for Murray In
Scare By Innings
50 W0 B
Casanova is Tops
In Double Traps,
Winds Cut Scores
"Dry season gusts Increased the
elusiveness of long strings or high
scores for the Cristobal Gun Club
scattershots in both their last Sun Sunday
day Sunday morning and Wednesday af afternoon
ternoon afternoon sessions. Best performance
was turned in by Roland Casanova,
scoring 21 on trap doubles, closely
followed by W. M. Brand!, Art Sut
ton and 1. C. La stinger, all tied
In rp singlet, hooters wore
led by Tom Sellers wit 24. Joel
Code and Jee Kuetor both hit 23,
and bracketed en 22 wore Brandl,
Lastinger and W. W. Rowland. -"Doc"
French, Walter Johacton
and Sutton hung together with
21 each, trailed by Frank Cel Cellar
lar Cellar and PonaM Parker-with 28.
Despite a long absence from the
range forced by an injured knee,
Tom Sellers, the younger (IS yrs.
old), shared the week's top spot -
mong the Skeet shooters wit a uki
lar, both dusting 23. Knobby
Keller, visitiag from the Balboa
Club, accounted for 22. Jo'mston,
Rowland and Sutton were next with
21 each, and -Shorty' Scbexsayd
er knocked down 20.
4 Tuesday afternoon's game saw
the Coco Solo Brave, take their
Ant 1n nf the Tear a thev
downed the- Coca Col Bottiusl Following the Wednesday snatch-
9 to 1. 1, Walter Jonnstun, Trap and
1 I Skeet range managtr, drew atten-
r The Braves who have been 'two to the 50-bird Heyden Trophy
irtprovlnjr with each game ar-' Skeet vboot scheduled for 10 a.m.
lived today as the combined Feb. IT.
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ART 1 1957 -- --', , 5-a PANAMA JMTSirAV av rvnrnTvnrvo nanr vrwxvAPrn v v.r.
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FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 8, 1937
533 PANAMA AMERICAN w AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPEB
pen Roiite Race TopsT
omorrow s r rogram
Klko, Dona Bealriz,
Cartillero, El Fakir,
Hurling Park Tangle
flve'fourth series imported thoroughbreds are
scheduled starters in the featured $600 one mile and
one-eighth race at the President Remon racetrack
tomorrow afternoon. .
Thfer are Elko,' Cartillero,' Hun the race of the day. Meiereum
Jpj' ;...,. , prise' in this well balanced lugnt
Elko and- Hurling Park, both! cap. ... (
Dnntera. will have the Deneiua
the experienced first line jockeys
Guillermo Sanchez and Bias Agui Agui-rr
rr Agui-rr resDectivelv. The others will
be ridden by green pprentices.
Diminutive i Heliodoro Gustines
has the leg up on distance loving
Cartillero Gabriel Montero wa 11
guide EJ Fakir and GUberto Vas Vas-quez
quez Vas-quez will do the booting aboard
. Dona BeatriZ.
Off ecent" performances t h e
ahnulri turn out to be a dud
between Elko and Dona Beatriz.
CartiUero returns from a layoff
Hurling Park is just rounding inw
shape after a prolonged rest pe
-Tiod although he has Already start started
ed started twice since returning tq train
ing. El Fakir, a winner in the low lower
er lower bracket, seems to be outclassed
The nightcap, in which Surume Surume-bo,
bo, Surume-bo, Volcanico and Resuelto will
fight It OUt, COUia iurn uuu w
Only nine races are included on
the card because several horse
owners refused o. run their
chargers in. protest, against the
work of the' track's handicapper.
The owners claim that the handi
capper efforts are "detrimental
to their interests.
1 la Gasza Ladra
4 Devonsblre Club
6 Oliver ;
" Wn Loat Tct,
Cervecerla Nac. 8 .2
Lou Glud Agency 5 3
20th infantry ,., 5 3
Tasco Batteries ... 3 6
Blatz, Brewers 1 8
1 i ,
Mbnday. 'Feb. 11: 2t0h Itifan Itifan-try
try Itifan-try j$ Lou Glud Agsncy,
' Tuesday, Feb.' 12: Slate Brew Brewers
ers Brewers v Cr. Nac. pan Liquido.
Wednesday, Feb. 13: Lou Glud
Agency vs Tasco Batteries.
Thursday. Feb. 13: Cer. Nac
Pan Liquido vs 20th Infantrv.
Friday, Feb. 15:, Tasco Batter
ies vs Blatz Brewers.
Single Sl pper
In- an Interesting came that
looked as if it would be one onesided,
sided, onesided, 20th" infantrv showered
the ex-Si(rnal Service Sauad,
now known as Blatz Brewers, 15
to S yesterday.
Taklne advantage of the bad
fieldine- by the Brewers, who
reads seven errors, the infantry
second frame. ;
Race Track Graded Entries
t.t, Horw (
U Ric. "6"
Ntivi 6 9- $275.00 -N
VlRST RACI OF THt DOUBJ-E
t ,rfi 117 Keiurns iroui
iirr toa Last doesn't count
G-?r 1 VisS 118 angirois contender
tIS ? 'cSlal 118 -Usually beats these
r Sf.iAsi b VasoueZ llf Could surprise
B SnS I Sra 112 -Excellent effort -.
. Jiin tjescant. one of the "Life "Life-liners",
liners", "Life-liners", power, hitters and cJutch
pitchers, htfd, the Biat Brewers
to fivfc hits and two bases-on-balls.
1 oser Red Ke;th hurled all
the way and took his seventh
loss, giving uP nine hits includ including
ing including home runs by Williams in
the second and Brady and Des Descant
cant Descant in the fourth.
The game's tiittlntr stars were
Descant and Williams- of Kobb",
with two m rour ana Martin oi
Blatz with two for three.
YOU TAKES YOUR PICK
ij i. ft C" riiriVM Mlfci fun. $350.00
R. Vasques 118 -Long ovwdue
B. AffUirre 115 -ome iraus wr
F Hidalgo 100 ---Reportedly improved
A Vasquez 114 Distance to liking
Pool CloiM 1:15
3 Lady Edna
4 La Enea
Rasa . .
Ab R Hi
;3 0 0
Brady y. .. 3
33 12 S
:r-" J J ft")-
. Blatt Brewers'
Ird Uf "I" NiHvw
7 rst-Writ $27$.00
P..I Clout 1:45
. G. Sanchez 116 -Has heart plus
G. Vasquez 100X Ran well in last
J. Rodriguez 113 -Could score again
R, Cristian 118 -Will fight it out
A. Ycaza 118 Usually disappoints
4th e "Itim." Imp.
6 F. Puna $600.00 Pool CIoms 2:20
2 Rio Negro
3 Tom Collins
4 Lazy Brook
fc. Asrulrre 122 Runnerup again
B Baeza 105 -r-Would pay well ;
F Hidalgo 115 Rates outside chance
F-,Sdnchez 100 Far hack recent
G Vasquez 100 Further back
F Godoy 128 Seems much the best
O. de Le6n 105 Will make it soon
1 Mil Pwrso $400.00 Pool CImm 2:55
5th Raco 6th' Serial Imp.
E. Dario 103 Failure tnus tar
A. Vasquez 120 Distance to liking
O. de Le6n 108 Could make it here
F, Gatica 119 Rates good chance
3 After Me
4 Tiny Brook
-Ck Rjca 6th SoriM Irno. Pt. Puro $400.00
FIRST RACI OF THI DOUBlt
1 Arpegio J. Jlm6nez 107x Must so lower
2 Amat H: Gustines 99x Nor with Ibis riler
3 Bright Blade O. de Le6n 105 Rounding mto shape
4 Matruh F 8anchez 99x Nothing in months
!U-Pont6n F. Hidalgo 105. Could beat rating
6 g. Slipper A. Vasquez 113 -"ld tike it all
7 Oliver F. Alvarez 110 Fit and fast
8 M. SUpper D Cortez, 110 Late foot, could be
7th Raco 5th Scriot Into. Pa. Puna $500.00
SECOND RACI OF THI DOUIU
1 Diannllda A: Vasquez 118 -Swell race last
2 Oro Purito F. Hidalro 113 -Good effort last
3 Ouiescence O.' de Le6n 110 Reoortedly ready now
4 Vedette V. Brown 110 Rider only handicap
5 Copar f Phllllpa 108 -r-Not against these.
Pool Cloaa 4:05
Slegei p ..
Martin ,4 .
Gonzsile .. . .. .. .. 2
Keith .. .. .. .. .. 3
E I M 1- N -
hi t II : '-vU.
j? iwr . If r JV I"
Legion Stops Balboa lyi
Streak in Twilight &fi
for a hard, hit fly ball to left bf ff i
j'ield that Holt misjudged with i ; M '" 1
X I f
JOE WILLIAMS ; vi
oWoMMsMMaaaa fftff $ f:-',
Villll n V A im.ml i 1 ..
ix a nut oui aucn exotic snorts as
slikHHinv mnnnl.ln ljMui. . . . .
"iiuomj ana wcijm Jilting; you can
even drool over bull fightinj; as an aesthetic experience and
cultural kick without excitin the anxiety and concern oi
hJ?J!ii,?jBti ""you have a liking for wrestling and a ,'
vhiS to th?ir eyes' They wailt t know if
you are back on the pipe again, when you last had a medical-
S3?2? "iffffl don,t ta"e a long "rlp- say- ."SS r-;.v
,Fe,11 addicts tell us the same type of counterfeit solicltud -T'
and studied hauteur are to be encountered in certain musical
circles where toe mere mention of apike Jones is enough to
get an ingenious disciple of the master thrown out on his ear "i '' T T-'Tnls
'Tnls T-'Tnls is meant to be consoling. After all, it is difficult to -17'"'
n&lf""1 on a ratlonal b& hence-no st7aw S fuZ"'
insubstantial to grasp, no parallel so grotesque as to discourae
ail hope. For once we admit w n u.-wh v, ?7
how can we prove we are not squares?; "-.
We've learned to our miserv how fnt.ii it -w ..iq
ann f.Ko n...i il- j ." "u
!- i omipiy iiimguca ana amused by the boister boisterous,
ous, boisterous, theatrics of modern wrestling, and that we seldom remenl
ber who won the "feature match." o disinterested are we in
that particular phase of the production.
Now we no longer try to et -our friends to understand.
...u .Iran, vi cuursc, wnu mey say aoout
us nvpr thii
aon t pause for the commas. Monday we'll ee Aantonino
ook, maw, bo shoes!) in Madison Square Garden- ,rC
help it If we prefer an Australian tag match to !fc
It may be popular to sneer at the groan-and-grunt men
but they manage to do very well at the box office, and thS
despite the fact that they are largely ignored in the metro metropolitan
politan metropolitan press. Victor Scutari, eminent, rimm hi orf.,i..
that 15.000 are expected to attend the Garden capers.!
'You will be happy to know," Mr. Scutaria added "that
your fellow connoiseur of the flying mare, Mr. Blank, has been
released and will occupy the seat nen tn vmir. t
you are in for almost stimulating evening."
28 5 5
; J I1
PACIFIC TWILIGHT LEAGCE
Team Won Lost
Balboa High School ... 4 2
Lucky Strike .....3 2
American Legion 2 . 2
Junior College 1 4
' Last Night's Result
Amer. Legion 5, Balboa High 4
:S 3tv. p
: MinllavV nam. 2;00 a.m.
tuckyStrlk Vj American Legion
1 American Legion halted' Bal Balboa
boa Balboa High's four-game winning
streak last night with a 5 to 4
win over the league leader. Bal Bal-bca
bca Bal-bca High had not lost a game
since bowing to Lucky strike on
opening day two weeks ago. The
loss Jolted the hopes 6f a clinch
er of the first half flag by the
Si hoolboyj leaving the decision
up to American region wno
meet Lucky Strike Sunday aft
ernoon. If Lucky Strike wins
first out. Don Rytev connected
for a hard hit fly ball to left
Held that Holt misjudged with
the ball going over Holt's head
anci- rolling: to deep left iield.
Ryter flew around the bases nd
iar.ie charging home with the
tyina run as McGlade took. Holt's
tlu'&w, on the grass la deep
short. McGlade made a perfect
iciay to Ray Nickisher at the
k'lale. with ,Nickisher blocking
nf cbrgingi yier ana pdT.wng
the.tag on Ryter as he ciaaheo
into the Legion catcher
Wednesday Bill Catlett and i Sunday they will take on Balhoa
his cerveceria Pan Liquido boys j High next Wednesday night in a
continued to set the pace in mis, suaaen aeatn piayon,
tlrst half by knocking over
American Legion sent nine
men to the plate m the second
limine, and when the dust had
cleared the Lezionaires had
four runs nosted on the score
board. Bob Ridge, leading off,
player-manager Bob' Newman
and his Tasco Batteries.
The -final score of thr well at
tended game was 6 5
T waa someone new on .the
mound for Pan Liauido Ed I hammered a single through
Carapii, right-hander from i short and Ray Nlckishe- follow
AibrcoK. campize mr.ee nis ae ae-but
but ae-but in pitching- 6 and "1-3 win winnings
nings winnings then gave way to McNair
Lane, the liquid squad work workhorse.
horse. workhorse. On the other aide, New
man was the hurler but, hs also
gave way in the sixth to
8th Race 4th Sanaa lino.
!' Milaa Puna 600.00 Pool Cknaa 440
1 Flko G Sanchez 113 May go all the way 2-1
2 Cartillero H. Gustines 102x Deroite weak rider 3-1
S H. Park B. Agulrre 110 In thick of it 3-1
4 Fl Fakir O Montero 105x Not likely. 15-1
5 D. Beatrl O. Vasquer 97x-J)angerous on form 2-1
9th Raco- Sth Sanaa Imp. t t.Pm $500.00 Pool Cloaat 5:15
, -. -- ,-" onittwo'. ,,.-'; -i.t
1 Camberwell V.'castlllo 115 Better chance here -l
2 Merereum -. k-. H Rtila 108 Distance suits style 3-1
3 M. etuardo O de Leon 108 Bad trailer for months 30-1
4 Surumeno 3. A Vila 115 Looks- like class horse j-i
5 Volcanico, R. Vaque 113 Hard to beat here j 2-1
(Resue'to A. Ycaza 11 Prefers longer route 2-1
if (Mrs. HaUIgan Jimenex 112x Good early speed 2-1
Tasco 'Batteries led most of
the time pt fell weak m the
f;ith when pan Liquido opened
the faucets making' 4 runs on
two singles, walks and an error.
The Battery boys were able to
tie tne score in the sixth how however.
ever. however. The league -leader came
back u their half and .n'Ufi the
winning run cross the plate by
the game's hero, third-basr.ma-i
Ous Kosix'S noma run. inio
111 ... At
Lane was creuiea ,wnn uie
win while Sprague took the lost.
The game's other homer was
hit by second-sacker Padron cf
Cerveceria in the fourth.
ed with a basehit to center field.
Will Nickisher worked M o e
Schoch for a, free pass td ,oad
the sacks. George Barbier cme
jn to relieve Schoch and walked
McArthur sending Ridge across
with the first run. Btll Pretto
also walked to force in the sec second
ond second run, but Barbier got Ron Ronnie
nie Ronnie Mead on strikes to ease the
tension. r ; v
Howeve in pitchlris; to Mc-r
Glade Barbier lost his control
and wild pitched the third run
across home plate. McGlade
then walked, and McArthur came
in to score the fourth run on a
passed ball. Chase struck out' French, cf
and Holt grounded out to ena Ryter. rr
Eoth players went down but.
Nickisher held the baU for tne
putuuti Sutherland reached first
saiely when his grounder ent
through McGlade t thori and
with .Danny Winklosky at bat,
Owen stole; second base. .Char .Charley
ley .Charley Chase reached high ior Vin Vin-klosky's
klosky's Vin-klosky's line drive and pulled it
in lor tne tnird out to ena ine
Bob Ridge led the winners nt
tne1 plate with two singles in
Will Pretto made his first ap ap-r'!&rance"on
r'!&rance"on ap-r'!&rance"on th mound, notcn-
lnir his- first win- but had hfs
work cut out as his mates made
five errors behind him. Pretto
walked only one batter and tan tanned
ned tanned thirteen batsmen1 posting
six strikeouts in the first two .n-
nins with five of them in fuc-
Sunday afternoon Lucky
Strike meets American Legion in
their second afternoon game
wth the smokers lonmrig ior a
with Balboa High. Charley
Klnz with a record of two wins
and one los will go to the
mound for Luckies while It will
be, either Wally Trout or Jack
LPV3 for the tegloh.
HIGH PITCH Gene. Conley
has no trouble .getting his six six-foot
foot six-foot eight-inch frame over a
horse in a Milwaukee gymna gymnasium;
sium; gymnasium; '.The tall right-hander m
condition for a full season's
run would give the Braves a,
tremendous lift on the mound.
1150,000 FOR TOP MAN
If virtuosity is measured by the amount of money a oer oer-former
former oer-former makes. and in most fields it is. . wrec tiers belong'
In elite company. Currently Lou Thesz (we aren't sure wheth whether
er whether he's this week's champion, or last week's) is the top-money
earner at $150,000. Rocca, who hit 3115.000 last year, is the the-mat's
mat's the-mat's No. 2 draw.
Baseball's only $100,000 player is T. Williams, oln golf.
Ted Kroll picked up $72,835 in prize money to lead the '56
pros. We doubt that any pro football player makes as much
as $25,000. Year In and year cut, biggest money makes in
sports are jockeys, the Arcaros, Shoemakers, Longdens.' et
al, who range from $75,000 to $200,000, depending on how
many stakes winners they boot home.
Jim Londos, the handsomely sculptured Greek, he of royal
maimer and stately arrogance, was a consistent $100,000 year
man when Babe Ruth, "highest paid ballplayer in history," wlw
fceiA.i. nine uwie man nau as niucn irom ,we xanns. c j
Wrestling may not be art but the--pay is right, and ".why twwi
this thought should remind us of Picasso, we aren't sure we ,'
know. --- v w.---;
Air travel has opened new fiscal vistas to name wrestlers.
Thesz, for.example, can, .fly to Paris Sunday, do his turn there
Tuesday or Wednesday and be back on the Midwestern circuit
by Friday. ; ;.
Both. Australia and the Orient are lucrative territories for
the half nelson and the hammerlock. A number of our better
men have worked Honolulu, Manila, Tokyo, Sydney, Brisbane,
etc., and wrapped up the entire tour in four or five weeks,
thanks to the Wright brothers.
Wrestlers dont .take themselves importantly. They arrJf
not fastidious about rank and they work too hard at their.
trade to luxuriate In temperament. Unlike the leading men.
in prize fighting, no town is too small Jfor them, no fee too
Thus Thesz will wrestle for $200 on a Monday,- for $300 on
a Tuesday, go Into St. Louis, his home town, the next night
for $10,000, take a day off, then fly to Montreal for a big
time, ballyhoo show and a $25,000 payoff.
You wouldn't recognize this man if he stepped into your
living room, but "the vice president in charge of satisfied de depositors
positors depositors of the First National Bank of St. Louis calls him
The box score:
Tav o Batteries
Totals 22 5
Legion scored what proved to
he tne winmno- run m tne dov
torn of the lourth wirn BTbiex
walking McGlade a.id Chase
with one out. Holt went down on
strikes for the sesond out i-tit
Boa Ridge came up W:th a base
k to score MrOiade with the
Legions fifth run.
n. Balboa Hign came oacR in u
0 i top of the fifth and almost blew
.. .. 3
1 : i
21 C 1 1
Snn By Inninci
Tasco Bt. 30 002 C 5 6 2
CervecerU N. 000 141 x 8 5 0
Umpire: Mary MeUtety; scor scorer:
er: scorer: Staniry Hall.
the game wide cpen. Barbier
sinuled with one away and ad
vanced to second cn French's
basehlt. Ryter forced Barbier at
third for the econd out but
French came nrcnnd to score
when McGlad hirh- thro w of
Sutherland's jjrouna bail oi a a-way.
way. a-way. from Charley chase at first
base. -,- -,
Wth nnneri a third and
second Danirv Wlnkl esky
caaght one of Pretto fast
balls and bamraereA tt ver
' short at o on Lne and by the
tune the ball was returned
from tbe deep left eenter field
fence .Winklwky was across
the plate vith a three-ran
homer. Lent Kirklnd laM on
PretU't ext pitch and r'Ped.
a shot dewn tbe left fteld line
that was rd tor three liases
and pat tbe tying ran m eor-
iftf position. Darfee ended the i
rally and the tacttef wfth a fly j
hall to McGlade at shortstop, i
In the top of the seventh Bal Balboa
boa Balboa High put on a 'ja.it ditch
fifht to cop the game and etrr.e
it:iin an ace of tvinir the auwe.
Fiencn opened the inuiiig
Winklosky, be ..
Klrkland. c ....
Petcrron. rf ...
30 4 6 18 8
Mead,' 2b ...
Chae. lb ...
Ridge, rf ...
A. M Keown.
Frctto. p ...
1 1 14
1 1 1
XiiQ. ,0 1
0 0 0 0
2 0 0 0
19 b 5 21 5
f Score By Inning Z
Balboa HJgn 000 040 04
Amer. Legion 040 100 x 5
SUMMARY Winning pitch-'
er: pretto (1-0). Losing pitcher
Schoch 1 -i Struct ou t by
Prettcrl3, Schoch-1, Barbier 5.;
Rases on balls Schoch 1, Barbier
10. Pretto 1. Wild pitch: Barbier. i
Passed baUV Klrklana. .Three.
bae nit: Klrkland, Ryter. Heme
run: Winkkxky. Doable p'ays:
French to Winklosky, Suther Sutherland
land Sutherland to Winklosky to Durfee.
Pitchint records: Schocn 3 runs.
3 hits in I lnlng. Barbier 2 runs.'
3 hits In $ Inninga Umpires: P.
by Corrigan and WiilUma. swer:
join,! dovn ca strikes lor the Ij.ead Time: 2:00.
1 1 1 1 1 i
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TeL Panama 8-055
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Dr. R Elsenmann
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TlvoH (4 of July) Ave. 212
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Bonus Prize Thru!,
Hay be, Hr, Option
Sends Him !o Texas
; NEW YORK, Feb. MUP) -Frann
Baumann, a swift south south-taw
taw south-taw from St. Louis who received
an jso.wju uumi v.
Red Sox five years ago, may have
come to the end of a brief major
league career because ofn elbow
BThe Red Sox announcttTthal tha.
23 year-old Baumann nas Deen as as-Signed
Signed as-Signed to their Oklahoma City
farm club of the Texas League on
24- hour option with orders to re report
port report next month to Oklahoma City
Amn at Orlando. Fla.
Tho Sox also announced tnat
jouthpaw pitcher Jack Spingi of ma av-oitt in iust 71 shots, a rec rec-Miami
Miami rec-Miami of 1he International League ord wnicn Wnj undoubtedly stand
has signed his '57 Red Sox con-for a longi iong time.
The New York Giants brought
their total of pl:iyers signed to 31
with agreements from pitchers
Wax Surkont (2-2) and Ramon
The New York Yankees reached
1 unu iT
inree rooKit pCne.r v.vu
ho was ls-iz wim nicnmoou,,.
s 15-1Z wnn Kicnmonai,
and Jim O """V-u ""-
insham of the Southern.. Associa-
rhe only automatic super
machine because it does
a quarter million different
A Standard Nerchi can be
had for $145.00 with no
down payment and pay payments
ments payments of only $1.28.
beside the Lottery Bid.
Bella VUl Branch
' Just AmnwM Ave. and
ef 44 8C
The? owner of a well established and remunerative business In
Panama City requires a partner with reasonable capital.' A bilingus.1,
ambitious and energetic man of about 35 to 45 years of age prefered to
jjvhom opportunity would be given to eventually acquire whole business.
Complete information furnished ,t interview only.
LEAVE YOUR AD WITH ONE OF OUR ACENTS OR OURIQFFICES AT 57 H 'STREET,
.. t Street No. a
Agendas Internal. de Publicaciones
Mo. I Lottery Pfc
Central Ave. U
FOR SALE: Large wardrobe,
double bad, Singer machine, ta ta-bla
bla ta-bla fan, complete dining room
aal, mahogany, perfect condition.
Pueblo Nuevo 4120.
FOR SALE: "Sacrifice tale."
Beautiful all-carved bedroom set,
new mattresaot. Phone 3-6205.
apply: Servicioa y Colocaciones,
Camera da Comercio, No, 9.
URGENTLY WANTED: 2 ex experienced
perienced experienced tecretariet with thor thorough
ough thorough knowledge of English, (ton (tonography
ography (tonography and typings Send full'
particular!, photo and reference!
to U. W., Box 134, Panama.
WANTED. Experienced eales eales-man.
man. eales-man. Must apeak English and
have driver's license. Apply to
"Vendedor," Box No. 13, giving
WANTED: SALESLADY, flu fluently:
ently: fluently: bilingual, experienced, po position
sition position 'available in- leading furni furniture,
ture, furniture, housewares and general gift
item store. Sumbrt personal data
including experience and back background.
ground. background. WRITE BOX 4554 PAN PANAMA.
AMA. PANAMA. FOR SALE
FOR SALE: 6Vi hectare lot,
New Arraifan, due to illness.
With power plant, disassembled
quonset hut, caretaker house,
300 ft. frontage on highway.
Call Gamboa 6-361, S a.m. -12
: : J""
Isthmus- Visitor Lowers Golf
Record for Women Hereto 71
fit now appears that the 74 post post-en
en post-en by the visiting Ruth 'More last
week for a hew women's record
at the Panama Golf Club was just
a practice round. On Tuetday,
playing in the Ladies' Day Tourna Tournament
ment Tournament with Katie Call and Mrs. Ha
zel More, Ruth smoothly stroked
, arnimj ii,. M(iU p9na
In this superb display of golf,
every phase of Miss More's game
was working to perfection. Her tee
shots are so long that she is ac actually
tually actually at. a disadvantage playing
from the ladies' tees, as she did
1 no Tuesday, and
as a result she
was several times in
, but -her recovery shots
. ,th a.saTanct,
. ,th a.,,,ranZt and her
blazing putter made up any strokes
She used only 12 putts on the
out nine, where she had birdie
at the first and third, and missed
an 8 foot putt at the eighth which
would have given her another
birdie. She was out in 36. even par.
On the back nine Miss More
boqied the tenth, pushing her tee
shot in the rough, but after this
miscue she never faltered. She
birdied eleven and fifteen, and
Sunday morning the first small
bore match shoot of the season
will be held. Match No. 1 will be
1 the Divar course any sights. Match
NO. will De a position raaw:n
50 yards any sights.
Entrance fee $1 per match plus
25 cents fee for NRA. This match
is open to all Gun Club members,
all members of Armed Services.
and Canal Zone police and lock
Vh will snake friends by the
fireplace In the swpnlar bar bar-lewife
lewife bar-lewife of
Sour drinks never tasted better
than In the cool of the
Wire reeerva turns.
1S2 La Carrasu.iillla
4tk et Julv A. J St
FOR SALE: 1948 Hudson Com Commodore
modore Commodore Eight, fully equipped,
excellent condition. Call Villaro Villaro-si,
si, Villaro-si, Tivoli Hotel.
FOR SALE: 1955 Ford 4 -door,
excellent condition, radio, sun
visor, wsw tires, solex glass,
fender skirts, 13,000 miles..
House 5504-C, Diablo. Phone
FOR SALE : 1953 Plymouth 4-
door sedan, excellent tires, ap appearance
pearance appearance and mechanical condi condition.
tion. condition. Low mileage. Equipped with
overdrive, foam rubber seats, dual
exhausts. Must see to appreciate.
Phone 82-3246 or 87-5287.
FOR SALE: 1955 Pickup, like
new. Phone 86 7209 Albrook
Field. Can be seen beside AIO,
FOR SALE: Willys Jeepster
Convertible, new tires, nylon top
and side curtains, complete inte interior,
rior, interior, engine overhaul, clutch with
very economical overdrive, 24
miles per gallon, $430. Phone
FOR SALE: 1955 Super Buick
Riviera Coupe, excellent condi condition,
tion, condition, power steering, dynaflow,
R&H, wsw tires, 2-tone color,
$1995. Phone 84-3238.
FOR SALE: 1948 Lincoln Club
Coupe $130, 1948 Lincoln 4 4-door
door 4-door $150, 1953 Nask Rambler
S900 (terms). Quarters 337-B,
Fort Clayton. Phone 87-7279.
WANTED: A good home for 2
cats, house pats. Apply Hispania
Apartments, 45th Street No. 2.
missed birdie putt from within
ten foot at the fourteenth and
sixteenth. Her drives at the 14th
and 18th were tremendous, well
over 250 yard; leaving short
wedge shots to the greens on
these long per four holes. She
scored 35 on the back nine.
All in all it was a magnificent
Almost unnoticed In the excite-'
ment of Miss More's sub-par round
was the 76 scored by Katie Call!
in a vain attempt to match shots!
with Buth. Katie had three birdies
herself- 3rd, 11th and 17th; and
played the back nine in even par
m--r x;'"V-. :
. "" r .u " v "1 ;
nine anu slay 111 me i uinixiig lur
long against a champion like Ruth
Giardello Clubs Oul
So-5o Ring Victory,
Snapy Sandy Streak
CHICAGO, FebT 8 (UP) A vic victorious
torious victorious but thoroughly dissatisfied
Joey Giardello today rated Rorp
Calhoun as the next target on his
path toward the middleweight ti title.
tle. title. "IU do better gain Calhoun
than I did in this one," Giardel Giardello
lo Giardello so id after scoring e split de decision
cision decision over Randy Sandy, 9-2
underdog in a Id-round bottle at
the Chicago Stadium Wednesday
The win was Giardello's sev sev-ent
ent sev-ent the straight ring triumph and
ended Sunday's string at five.
"I was overconfident," Giardel Giardello
lo Giardello said. "I thought I'd knock him
out in two rounds. I thought that
for the last couple of weeKs, ever
.inP. t .ianpd for the match
1 "But I just couldn't get off. I
don't know what was wrong, trie
Philadelphia battler said.
Giardello, ranked second among
the middleweight by the National
Boxing Association, was Unimpres Unimpressive
sive Unimpressive in beating Sandy for his 65th
win In 83 professional starts.
Referee Walter Brightmore gave
him a 48-44 edge and Judge Spike
McAdams a 47 45 margin. Judge
v LEWIS SERVICE "
'.: .-Aee. ton sv s V .J i
FARMACIA ESTADOS UNIDOS
r,' MS Central Am,
FARMACIA LUX ;
DRAWER "A," DIABLO
BOX 1211, COBAL. C.Z.
LEAVING ISTHS: Would
.like to place my maid, excellent
cook, laundress and housekeep housekeeper.
er. housekeeper. Zone Phone 2-3443.
Rattan furniture repaired and re re-finished.V
finished.V re-finished.V Guaranteed workman workmanship.
ship. workmanship. Home delivery. Opposite
Hotel" Roosevelt, "Jimmy."
FOR' SALE: McGregor shirts
and pants. Join our Merchandise
Club. The best. Baxar Madrid,
Central Avenue No. 65.
FOR SALE: 1950 Ford Tudor
V-8, 5 new tires $350; Coldspot
air conditioner, 60-cyclo $150..
Call Balboa 2-1859.
FOR SALE: 20" gas rangette,
4-burner. Phone 1 320-A, Colon,
FOR SALE: Refrigerator Norge,
8-ft. $135 (available March 1) ;
GE washing machine $80; four
fans $8 to $20, all above 25 25-cycle;
cycle; 25-cycle; metal dressers $6 & $8;
Windsor chair $10; tools,' mis miscellaneous
cellaneous miscellaneous household articles.
Binders & album pages for atamp
collectors. Forbes, 1527-B, Al-'
mond St., Gavilan Area, Balboa.
Phone Balboa 1781. Y
FOR SALE: Maternity tops,
sizes 9 and 10, purchased In Mi Miami.
ami. Miami. Panama 3-4383.
FOR SALE: Large mahogany
desk $25. After 10 a m: Satur Saturday
day Saturday and Sunday. Dormitory, An-
FOR SALE: Citation 8mm. mo movie
vie movie camera $50, cost $78; stamp
alburn Presidents sets of stamps,
stamp material. Phone Clayton
FOR SALE: Wesrlnghouse up upright
right upright f reexer, 1 8 ft., like new..
Phone 86-3194 after 1:30 p.m.
FOR SALE w Beautiful Siamese,
kittens registered With papers.
Siamese male for stud., Navy Co Coco
co Coco Solo 555.'
FOR SALE: Odd pieces of Roy Royal
al Royal Douften, set gold band glass glassware,
ware, glassware, miscellaneous dishes,' silver
and glassware, miscellaneous fur furniture
niture furniture and 1948 Oldsmobile '98.'
Call Balboa 2808 or 746-B, Laa
Cruces St., Balboa, from 3 to 5
Frank Clark's vote went to Sandy,
Of eight writers at the ringside,
six gave Giardello an edge of one,
two or three points, one gave
Sandy a five point margin and the
United Press card had the fight a
Job or Contract
As close as Your -';
2-2 3 74
SERVICE ft CALLS
as late u 19:0 p.m.
All Work Guaranteed
CORNER W ft DARIEN
ATTENTION. O. 1.1 Just, built
modern furnished apartments, I,
2 bedroom, hot, cold water.
Phone Panama '3-494 1. :
FOR RENT: 2-bedreem apart apartment,
ment, apartment, porch, hall, dining-sitting
room, kitchen, maid's room with
' Independent service, $110. 46th.
Street No. 8. Phono 3-0351.
FOR RENT: Modem duplex
. apartment, 3 bedrooms with Z
bathrooms,'' living 'end dining
room, large kitchen, maid's
room with bath. Campo Alegro.
Phone 3-7192, hours 6-8.
FOR RENT: 2-bedroom apart apartment,
ment, apartment, 2 bathrooms, large dining
and living room, separate maid'
room with bath, garage, unfur unfurnished,
nished, unfurnished, in high, cool locality, all
: screened, in El Cangrejo. Phone,
office hours 2-0321, after office
FOR RENT: Unfurnished two two-bedroom
bedroom two-bedroom apartment, 'ventilated,
corner 47th Street.' Moderate
price, balconies. Phone 3-0934.
FOR RENT:- Furnished apart apartment
ment apartment for two months.' 51st St.
No. 38, Bella Vista. Cad 3-0782
FOR RENT Large apartment.
: living-dining room, porchy two
bedrooms, large kitchen, maid's
room, 2 bathrooms, garage $115.
Call- Panama 3-3338.
FOR RENT: 3 -bedroom apart apartment,
ment, apartment, 2 main baths, largo living
room and dining room, balconies,
kitchen, maid's room and bath,
hot water heater, apartment
completely screened and freshly
painted, garage, laundry ream in
apartment, storage room under
house. Come sea it without any
compromise. Phono Panama 3 3-0763.
0763. 3-0763. FOR RENT: Modern, furnished
apartment, screened, military in inspected,
spected, inspected, 2 bedrooms. Five min minutes
utes minutes from Zone. Call Panama 2
FOR RENT Modern, furnished,
apartment, C closets, 2 bedrooms,
living room, dining room, kitch kitchen,
en, kitchen, porch, garage. 46th Street
East No. 2-61. Phono 3-1423.
WANTED: Spacious, unfur unfurnished
nished unfurnished house, residential area, $
or more bedrooms.. Phone 3
Panama Goli Group
Plan Monday Talks
On local Tourneys
At the reaiiMf nt
Canal Zone Golf Clubs, a meetine:
of the Panama Golf Associa linn
will be held Monday evening at 7
p.m. at the Jewish Welfare build building
ing building in Balboa. Herb Mlttn urhn
for a number of years has bn
carrying on the duties of the orga organization
nization organization will beo n hand to help
nidation will h nn hand n haln
der. The civilian, clubs of the Isth
mus requested tne meetine in
hopes that the P.G.A. could func function
tion function again and take charge of the
many goinng activities.
One of the outstanding difficul
ties has been the scheduling of In Invitational
vitational Invitational Tournament. The clubs
believe that a program could be
set up by the year allotinc dates
for the-various clubs to play their
Dig tournaments, it nas also been
suggested that the clubs pool their
Invitational tournaments with the
idea of rotating them from club to
The clubs of the Canal Zone and
the Panama Golf Club should have
at least two representatives at this
meeting. The clubs eligible for
membership in the P.G.A. are Bra
zos Brook, Fort Davis. Fort Clay Clayton,
ton, Clayton, Fort Amador, Rodman Gam Gam-boa,
boa, Gam-boa, Summit and Panama.
Well esublished and"prof Stable business in Panama City require ....
additional capital for expansion jand is wiliingl to sell a limiterf number of ,-V
shares on generous term. Trrhj' offer wili bear the fullest Investigation. 5
and accounts are
...Fullest deUilsiWill be riven to interest
Instance to pP0RniMTi--e:THBANKMA
: J. Wm. la Ow in Ma.
- FOTO DOMY
. Jaeta Anmmh' At. u H St.
M Street No, 1 1
FOR RENTi 1 Furnished or un unfurnished
furnished unfurnished two bedroom chalet,
big back yard, all fenced. 7th
Street, Golf Heights. Information
Phono 2-2407. 3-3641.
FOR RENTi 2-f boring house
unfurnished, with 3 bedrooms, 2
baths,, living-dining room, kitch kitchen,
en, kitchen, garage,, maid's room, laundry'
porch, garden. Available Februa February
ry February 15; also furniture to sell if
desired. Rent $100. No. 12 13th
Street,; $n: Francisco.- Phono 3 3-V
V 3-V 2 1 S ). .i. ; x-"c.;.-,
FOR RENT; 3 -bedroom pent penthouse
house penthouse "SOUSA BUILDING." Living-dining
room, 2 porches, 2
bathrooms, maid's room, garage.
Bella Vista 144th Street & Co-.
lembia) 44- 1 7. Information;
same building, apartment P.
FOR RENT: Completely fur furnished
nished furnished 3 -bedroom chalet, 94 No.
33,, Paitill, for 2 years or more.
For details phone 3-7257.
FOR RENT: Furnished chalet,
hot- wafer installation,. 3 bed bedrooms,
rooms, bedrooms, 4 2 private porches, terraced-maid's
room. "Berriada Mi Mi-raf
raf Mi-raf lores" 135. Phoiie ,2-2993.
FOR RENT: 5-bedroom house,
No. 19 East 48th Street. Also
furniture for sals. Phone 3-3461.
FOR RENTi Furnished three three-bedroom
bedroom three-bedroom modern house, all con conveniences.
veniences. conveniences. 168 Via Belisario Po-rras.
Rose, Candy to Appear in Net
Tourney Here; Stars Arriving
The many entries for the El Pa
nama Invitational Tennms Tourna Tournament
ment Tournament art 'now- being carefully
screened by the committee in
charge and- within the next day or
two. a complete-list will be availa
ble -of ail those entered in the dif
ferent divisions- Interest is- beoin-
rung to noil at the Pro anna an
daily more visitors are looking o-
ci me new laciuues ana DiCKine
out, by watching the nightly prac
tice, me seats tney want in tne
new stands that have been con
structed lot these big events. ;
There will be no reserved seats
for any events 'with the single ex
ception of the new boxes that
have been constructed.. A few of
these are still available.
Information of same can be had
by calling Mrs. Ortega at Panama
The newest entries were those
of th? Roias brothers from Costa
Rica. They are going to arrive the
first of the week to give then a
bit of time to practice on the ce cement
ment cement courts and under the lights
before the opening gets under way
: -SNOWBALLS" FROM THE SEA At St Petersburg. na ;
young Ana and Chipper Cunningham must resort to sea foam j
' to achieve a avintry, yuletide atmosphere of snowballs.
, -Floride snow,'' as the kids call it, is foam left on the beach
try the surf asthe4ide toes out ,-.,
avitlable. Excellent return onereti wixn aecuruj ot
' 4 1 '.
FARMACIA EL BATURRO
, rara.ua Lefcrro I Street j.-;.-'
. FARMACIA "SAS'
, Via fomu m
' NOVEDADES ATHIS
, Beiida the Bella 'Vista Theatre'
DON'T RESORT TO VIOLENCE
when your Television set breaks
down. Do call U.S. Television for
fast, efficient, guaranteed work,
backed by 8 years experience in
the field.. Phone 2-4616 between'
9 a.m. and, 7 p.m. for SAME
DAY SERVICE. Open fill 10
p.m. daily, (
Spend your week ends at Rio
Mar, the best bathing beach in
the Republic, with all conveni conveni-encesr
encesr conveni-encesr r Moderate prices. The
, new management is anxious e
serve you. -.
Reserve NOW. Inexpensive sat satisfying
isfying satisfying vacations Santa Clara
: B e a c h. Shrapnel's furnished
houses. Phone Balboa 1772.
; PHILLIPS ; Oceanside Cottages, a
Santa Clara. Box 335 Diablo Hts.
phone Panama 3-1877, Cristobal
FOSTER'S COTTAGES and large
beach house. One mile past Ca Casino.
sino. Casino. Phone Balboa 1866.
Nothing to compare With HOTEL
PANAMONTE in cool BOQUETE.
Wirs your reservation.
FOR RENT:-- In new building,
. modern office," excellent location.
Campo Alegro, Calle Rilardo A A-rias.
rias. A-rias. Call 3-0169 or 2-2466.
next Wednesday nieht.
me im fanama invitational
Start (in WPrineaHau anrl tha Tutor.
national, with all teh stars from
so many cmrerent points of the
world, gets under way on the fol following
lowing following Monday (the 18). ;
rf-s:-- 1.- 1. ..;- --, 'i-..
yit wiwiw -niimTiHai f nam nam-pionships
pionships nam-pionships the following have sent
in their acceptance and should
II he on hand not later than this
next weekend; (Men's Division) -lyo
Pirnontal, Italy; Jerry Moss,
US; Giuseppe Mario, Italy? Mar Mar-wyn
wyn Mar-wyn Rose, Australia; Don Ca
dy, Australia; Whitney Reed,
US; Wade Horron, US; Orlando
Carrido', Cuba; Armando Yeira,
BraiH; Pancho Contreras, Mex Mexico;
ico; Mexico; Mario Llamas, Mexico; and
Sid Schwartz, US.
In the women's division there is
Rosa Maria Rees, Mexico;' Maria
Esther Bueno, Brazil; Mary Ann
Mitchell, US;. Karol Fageros, US;
Sara Turber, US; Dotty Knode,
US; Darlene Hard, US; Yola Ra Ramirez,
mirez, Ramirez, Mexico; Jeane Clark, US:
Shirlev Rloomer Fnolanrt- "anil
Angela Buxton; England.
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Answer to Previous Puzzle
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12 England (ab.)
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1N.T. Pass ,1N.T. Pass
Opening lead--V 5
club to take another diamond
. West would'show out, and you
would co ud with the ace of
diamonds to try the spades. Too
late. West would win the first
spade and lead a third round of
hearts. Then West would, cet in
with another spade to set the
contract with two good hearts.
Very unlucky, but all cf this
could be foreseen. At rubber
bridge you would win Uie first
trick with the ace of hearts and
would immediately return the
king of spades. You could surely
establish a spade trick to guar guarantee
antee guarantee your game contract.
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The Last Straw
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By DICK CAVALL1
If a lazy liver eauM you to suffer
from Indirection, (at, heartburn, con con-tlpaUon.
tlpaUon. con-tlpaUon. baaiUehea, bad breath, dli dli-alneiia.
alneiia. dli-alneiia. blllouaneaaand altla blemlihaa,
Itet Higalen from your chemist today.
Higalon la a real tonic to the liver and
taUatineai Get Higalon at drufrtom.
TMATFCNCTRON JK KNOW,
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PbLip-s Wat is luim itb ursuaet,
l?patrs was 14 team lUs tootr Ifkr new.
P. A CUaatfWs tsjat tbr rh era'
There s a right way to play
today's hand If you are piaying
rubber bridge. You can make
sure of your game contract. I41
tournament, where extra tricks
are ao imrjortant. you mlcht eas
ily go down.
West opens the five xf hearts,
ami vrtti raDtur the aueen with
your ace. Now you are tint' of
three heart tricks, four clubs, at
least one diamond, ana some some-thin.
thin. some-thin. ls for vour ninth trick.
What Is that something; else?.
In a tournament, yorj wouia
.. rliomnnrl to finesse the
ten. This rould lose to th Jack,
and back wouia come a irear w
dummy's king. You would get
back to your hand with a high
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HawWns said a "steerlna com-, l J- t-fS t -S -Tr ;V A v !'
Because It Backed Integration Suits .
PFC. JOHN C WEBSTER, per personnel
sonnel personnel specialist in the Re Research
search Research Unitt Headquarters U.S.
Army Caribbean, is the first
enlisted hian in 1957 to apply
for an appointment to West
Point in U.S. Army Caribbean.
He is the 19-year-old son of
Mr. and Mrs. KurtH. Webster
of Norfolk, Virginia.
(U.S. Army Photo)
First West Point
Is Virginia Gl
A 19-year-old Virginian who says
his ancestors have fought in the
Armv in every major, war since
the war between the states is ihe
first enlisted man in U. S. Army
Caribbean to apply loan appoint
ment to West Point in 1957.
Pfc. John C Webster, a person
net specialist in the Research U U-nit,
nit, U-nit, Fort Amador, has as his of.i
an Army career as a West Point Point-trained
trained Point-trained officer. He is the son of
Mr. and Mrs. Kurt H. Webster of
Recently unit commanders
Screened their men for personnel
eligible for a West Point appoint appointment.
ment. appointment. Webster's interest and qua
lifications led to his submitting
his application which was the first
received by Headquarters, U. A
Army Caribbean. With other appli
cants, he wijl be considered for
appointment to the Military Aca Academy's
demy's Academy's prep school.
Wtbsttr said h appliad for ap appointment
pointment appointment to Watt Point boeauso
h wantad to bacom a carr
offlctr in tha rtgular Army.
Webster aaid he has always
wanted to attend the Military Aca
demy. He attended Wake Forest
College for a year where he in intended
tended intended to study medicine. But aft after.
er. after. a year". . I knew it was
hopeless," he said.
TALLAHASSEE, Feb. 8 (UP)
A Florida legislator said four
days of testimony showed the
National Assn. for the Advance Advancement
ment Advancement of Colored People to he
the "master mind" behind inte integration
gration integration suits and that the
NAACP should be outlawed in
While the state legislative
committee investigation here
was recessed until Feb. IS,
seven white men were ar arraigned
raigned arraigned today In Montgomery,
Ala., on charges of dynamiting
Negro homes and wtih shoot shooting
ing shooting at buses.
Three charged with misde misdemeanors
meanors misdemeanors were Eugene Hall, 45;
Charles Bodiford, 29, and Don
ald Dunlan. 24.
' Four facing felony charges
were Henrv Alex anaer, 27;
James D. York, 52; Raymond C.
Britt Jr., and Kyle Livingston,
Trials of 21 Negroes for violat
ing a bus segregation law in Bir Birmingham,
mingham, Birmingham, Ala., were postponed
until March 18 to allow time o
decide whether Federal or state
courts should take lurisdictlon.
Segregationist John Kasper is
own Ba sent
He volunteered for three years D:
Army service by enlisting m the
Infantry. He took his basic train training
ing training over a 16-week period at Fort
Jackson SC., and Fort Dix, N.J
He has been in the Canal Zone a
little over six months.
He will appear before a six-man
board of officers in the next few
months as his next ; step in his
move tcward West Point.
Block 'n Grew!,
No Rock'n Roll,
As Haley Swinoin'
LONDON (UP) Teenaged fans
who had booed rock 'n roll king
Bill Haley because his perform performance
ance performance was "too short" battled
police outside the Dominion Thea
ter last night in an effort to get a
closer look at their idol.
Thousands of bobby soxers gath
ered outside the theater to see
Haley and his "Comets" leave.
When Halev emerged the crowd
charged forward. Some 100 police
met the charge witn one oj ineir
tne rans ; reeling
staging a White Citizens Coun Council
cil Council rally tonight at Clinton,
Tenn., with Adm. John Cromme Cromme-lin
lin Cromme-lin (ret.) a principal speaker. --Kasper
Kasper --Kasper was campaign man manager
ager manager for Crommellh's recent un unsuccessful
successful unsuccessful bid in Alabami for a
U.S. Senate seat.
Kasper, now executive aecre aecre-tary
tary aecre-tary of the Tennessee Citizens
Councils, also annoit n iced
ground breaking ceremonies
will be held at Clinton tomor tomorrow
row tomorrow for a $20,000 headquarters
building which also will serve
as a "community center for
white thlldren." v ;
The Florida ; legislative com committee
mittee committee directed most of itg in investigation
vestigation investigation toward alleged
NAACP financing of the suit of
Negro Virgil Hawkins for ad admission
mission admission to the all-white Univer
sity of Florida
"Let tlie people know the truth and the country i$ safe' 'Abraham Lineolni
PANAMA, B. P., FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 8, 1957
Outlay NAACP, Says Florida Seng for
legislative can base a law to bar NAACP attorneys
the NAACP from further activl
ty .iii Florida.
Johnson said he was 'con 'convinced
vinced 'convinced "the NAACP Is the
master-mind" but some of
these other organizat'ons are
just as bad." He did not name
th "other orranliations."
Horace Hill, of Daytona-BeachJ
who, counseled Hawxins- m nis
eight-year suit, admitted that
Inlo. Worst Riol
At Utah Prison
POTTJT OP THE MOUNTAIN,
Utah. Feb.- 8 (UPl Warden
... Marcell Graham launched ari
thu testimony "definitely estab
lished a pattern" on which the
Mrs, Markuson Dies
Mrs. Anna D. Markuson, of Cu
rundu Heights, died Friday morn i.. T WI,
ing at Gorgas Hospital after a long WOn 1 10 VYOlK
illness. She was 87 'years old. r i l f
Mrs. Markuson was born in Min-Qy MOtel UWneT
nesota and had lived in the -Canal i
Govt, Think Holes
Hold Lottery Ducats
Of Jamaica Agents
COLUMBUS (UP) Postal au
thorities are disposing of some
2.500 letters" suspected of contain
ing lottery tickets fotjthe sweep sweepstakes
stakes sweepstakes to be run April 8. at the
Jamaica Turf Club in the British
Postmaster Thomas Sikes said
the letters, each suspected of con
taming five to 10 of the tl tickets,
are not being opened wuhout con
sent of the addresses.
Postmen are being instructed to
deliver the letters personally with
request that the addresses, open
them immediately and .turn any
tickets they might contain over to
crush and many fainted in the The name of anyone refusing to
excitement.' Only one fan got close1 compiy wiiJ be forwarded to pos pos-enough
enough pos-enough to the car to bang on the'tal authorities iff Atlanta -for in in-window
window in-window with his fist. Haley, target Vestigatlon, Sikes said.
of such a demonstration when hej .,.,.
arrived Tuesday, looked the other j The bi8 hatch. 'of letters ad ad-way,
way, ad-way, dressed to persons with last
But Haley's first performance-1 nameg beginning ,wUht .A-. t0 (;
with police protection left the,was forwarded irom Miami,
fans booing and catcalling because wnere office officials
they had paid one pound ($2-80) !stampe(j them, "suspected of lot
Several of the letters were
openel with permission of the ad addressees
dressees addressees and the suspicion that
lottery tickets were inside was
confirmed, Sikes said.
to get in and he was on siage
for only 45 minutes. Many called
at the box office to ask for their
Zone since 1946.
She is survived by two daugh daughters,
ters, daughters, Mrs. Lucille M. Fulop, Sec Secretary
retary Secretary iii the Office of the Engi Engineering
neering Engineering and Construction Director,
and Mrs. Willard French of Mar Margarita,
garita, Margarita, and by two sons, WilMn,
of Miles City, Montana, and Kon-
HAVERHILL, Mass. (UP) A
hotel owner today blamed Ameri American
can American "heaven can wait t- this is
paradise" propaganda for the
walkout of five Hungarian refu refugees
gees refugees he sponsored.
The "sponsor, John B. Rosso,
caiH t.h fnnr mpn and an 8-vear-
neth. of Philadelohia. She made ni, -j-i "WPr. ,Doiled bv our bov-
her home with Mrs. Fulop. Vnmont into thinkin thev didn't vate the Old "Socledad Amigos
Funer&l arrangements have not haw tn wnrk for living de Inglaterra" on a new basis
Society Gets New
Lease Of Life
A group of Panamanians who
received their education In
Great Britain and British res residents
idents residents In Panama decided at a
meeting last August to react!
investigation today .into the
worst, riot in. history ot Utah
nraham returned., to Utah
last night from Washington. Be
had been en route to New York
to attend a prison oinciais con
penal officials and convict
c6mmitWe studied ua Hat of 43
nMsoner arrievances; mid ., an
imKsv neace at the ."model!
Institution. The grievances
toudhed off the riot wcanes
. Some 500 convicts ended the
11-hour tiot yestefday after re releasing
leasing releasing th last of 28 hostages
and surrendering a5 smau weap
ons arsenal. J
Tension mounted again short short-iv
iv short-iv after Gov. George D. Clyde
negotiated the truce by promising-
to listen to lthe prisoner!'
complaints if they would re release
lease release the hostages. Order was
restored when heavily armed
nrrf. nri 'hiffhwav rfttrolmn
moved into the cell blocks f of
the wison irr a display of
Members of the state's board
nf mrrections and the seven-
man convict committee closed
the first in a -series ol meeting
last night. Board- chairman
John Dueaa said the convicts
''felt we were very fair."
Dugan "sara'v tney aiscussea
orison administration and of officials,
ficials, officials, preparation of prison
food, time off for good behavior
and the pardons board.
He said the board felt about
10 of the 4S l grievances had
ome. merit and wou'd be invesc
tieated further He did not
identify the specific complaints.
and. advised".with him.
mittee" headed by Edward Da
vis, former, NAACP president,
originated his: suit.
Hilt admitted he continued
the names of four "weak sisters"
after being informed they
wanted to withdraw,, as plain plaintiffs!
tiffs! plaintiffs! This was before they ac
tually droDDed out of the suit.
The committee counsel refer referred
red referred to the bar association code
of ethlosn&4 said, "doesii t, your
testimony reflect a violation of
Immigration officials said after
studying the case that the refu refugees
gees refugees were free to go anywhere
in the country without hindrance.
"All they wanted to do was eat
tausage and drink beer," Rosso
On ireenie Holes
WASHINGTON, Feb. 8 (UP)
President Eisenhower and
Kine Saud of Saudi Arabia wind
ud their Washington talks to today
day today with an historic pledge to
work for peace and stability in
the Middle East.
Mr. Elsenhower invited the
55-year-old king to the White
House for a' final meeting;
American and Saudh Arabian
dlplomas hailed the Eisenhower-
felt ithii j was a legitimate
valid struggle that did not go
afoul of the code of ethic3" Hill
said. "If a f ewiindiscretloris; jn4
tervened over which I had no
control, I apologize,"
Retired CZ Employe
Dies Aged 70 Years
Claude A. Ott, retired Caiial em employe
ploye employe and long-time resident of the
Canal Zone, died early naay
morning at Gorgas Hospital after a
long illness. He ws 70 years old.
Mr, Ott was born in Huntertown;
Ind., and came to the Canal Zone
in 1908 to- work as a timekeeper
with' the Panama Railroad: Later
he3 became ft motorman for tha
Railroad and held this job until he
resigned in 192ff. He returned to!
the Canal service in 1928 as a spe
cial chauffeur tn the Transporta Transportation
tion Transportation Division; at the time of his,
retirement in 1945, he was a chauf
feur in the Motor Transportation
Division, ... ;,
Prominent in clubs and lodges
in the Canal Zone, he was initiat
ed into the Shrine during a ceremo
ny neia on Ltnor Day, isi3, in tne
west 'upper chamber of Miraflores
Locks, before the locks were filled.
The lock chamber was fitted to re represent
present represent the .interior of a Shrine
temple. After the ceremony, a
bronze tablet was placed on the
MEMBERS of the- 20th Infantry's Intelligence : and Reconnarssance platoon break hungrily
into their packages of C rations prior to a river crossing during the search and rescue exef.
"clses conducted this week, on the Rio Ballamonos. Shown are standing, left .to right), Sfe.
Charlie Diaz-Matos and Sgt. Fred Walker; (kneeling, left to right), Sp3 Donovan Fairfax, Pfc.
.Franklin Galbreath, Pvt. Brian St. Piere,'Sp3 James Stewart, Sp3i Henry Zachary and Pfc.
Roy Dean. (Tj.s. Army Photo).
:M ' ,,
Operation Darien' Vets Off On Another Trek
To Rio Bailamonos For More Jungle Training
The;1 20th Infantry Regiment's
Inteuigence and Reconnaissance
Platoon, moat, of the men vet
erans, tf "Operation Darien,"
iett. ai Tuesday for a three, -day
search and rescue training
operation in the general area ot
vne Rio Bai .amonos, located be be-tween
tween be-tween uamljoa and Catun Lake.
The mission was another in
the continued growth of the
20th Infantry, the only jungle-trained
outfit in the Unit United
ed United States Army, as It trains in
realistic combat situations.
The night of Feb. 6 found the
Sykesmen 1 :w;ing their first big
Ustin the training program
Obstactj crossing techniques
were the order of the night.
,Tfaesi crossings involved the
use of rubber rafts, poncho and
shelter-halves,, improvised brush
rafts, and, log rafts. Safety
measures' included the use of a
storm boat, safety ropes and life
The "rone and raft" technique
center wall commemorating the ev-, uses in its construction natural
ent. j materials available and the ma-
" He was also a member of Darieu terials a soldier carries. Indivi Indivi-Lodge,
Lodge, Indivi-Lodge, A.F. and A.M. and a char dual rafts, made out of poles.
ter member and life member of i are Iabilcatfd by filling ponchos
the Balboa Qun Club, . I witn brush and tied with, twine
Mr. OttQs survived by his wife, I or Jungle vines, creating an air air-two
two air-two daughters, Mrs. Charles W. tight effect.
Harrison of Balboa,, and Mrs. Bet-1 A'guide.'rboe is then Dositlon-
was established on a small inlet well as Lt. Downeri partiplpatei
in uie training.
Starting on foot from dif different
ferent different locations, ."both groups
converged on the -Rio Bailamo Bailamonos..
nos.. Bailamonos.. Their trek inland 'took
them, throurh some dense jun jungle
gle jungle area bordering on the Canal
Crossing of th Rio Carab
was included in the march. A
sfcormboat with supplies and th
balance of the personnel travel
led up along the Canal and met
the group that- night at th
bivouac point on. the Bailamo
off the Bailamonos, near Magu-
nique Island, with consequent
training in jungle living.
Early th enext morning a
fcQuad of tight landed on a point
o; land opposite Palma wegra
Island, and another group,, an
hour later, landed further dwn
the coast along the Rio Baila Baila-monos.
monos. Baila-monos. ;
Lt. Robert Downen, in his
capacity as platoon leader,
was in charge of the training -mission,
with Sf c. Robert Sim Sim-merson,
merson, Sim-merson, platoon sergeant, sec
end in command. Lt. Downexv'
accompanied one of these
groups and Simmerson the
.other, acting as umpires in
order' to determine how well
the men accomplished their
Attached to the' intelligenc;
and reconnaissance platoon, for
the three-day field exercise were
one 1 radio operator from the
communications platoon and
one a:d man from the 20th In
fantry's Medical Company.
Twenty -two enlisted 4nen as
ty Oldham, of Miami; and by six
grandchildren and two great-grandchildren.:
No local funeral services will be
TOKYO, Feb. 8 (UP) The go- work.
erament will lower the tax on Uie
complained. "They didn't want uj 7," the"
aj an Anglo-Panamnian So-
Mt-y to further cultural and
friendly interchange between
Panama and Great Britain.
All arrangements have now
been completed for a general Sand talks as a major sten to
ward stabilizing the trouble-
ridden. Middle East They count counted
ed counted the talks a big boost for the
"Eisenhower Doctrine" the
President's plan to protect the
Middle East with U.S. military
forces if necessary and to as assist
sist assist the area with military and
An A A m.Ia. Da a m.A m Am.
1. o X1H Vj "1 tura to-ns-new at tre Union
rmi'r ,v. j r?. ,ciub on Thursday, Feb. u. at
, u 4. Kt, vc... uvuu mr nwncn wur in nis;o nm All Panamanian snri
this year, it was announced today, hotel, and provided free room- and BritiTh VeMdenta -who Tre In?
TZJTalLS'ld Ty..itC "Change odd jobs'SSsted to th??lnS if the
ommended the reduction to "stan- for the otliers. The girl was sent ci-tv are corrtial'.v Invited to
dardire taxeSr lo school. i attend the meeting.
Hershey Urging Military Training For, 4Fs,
Young Fathers Who Are Now, Draft-Deferred
WASHINGTON, Feb. I (UP)
Selective Service Director Lew
B. Hershey urged Congress today
to order military training for
tome 3.7 million young fathers
and 4F's who are now draft
He told a House Armed Serv Service
ice Service subcommittee studying the
reserve and National Guard pro programs
grams programs that many men in the two
groups could "perform well, espe-1
ciaiiy in a readv reserve. He
said they should be trained ia
case of a "large mobilization."
Hershey made the proposal as
Maj. Gen. Edgar C Ericksom,
head of the Army's National
Guard Bureau, disclosed that be
PPOed the administration's new
nnofHi tramirg program for
Erickson told the subcommittee three-month period
that even with "ou" most optimis optimistic
tic optimistic estimates." the bureau ex
pects Guard strength to drop by
30.000 by the middle of next year.
Guardsmen maintain that -r the
new 'raining program would
cripple their enlistments.
Erickson said he first
cated a "split" program
which a guardsman would get! Hershey
uiree months training a year (or about five
The Army de-
cided on the
President Eisenhower told his
news conference that two three three-months
months three-months periods were no substitute
for a six-months program because
advo-ithe trainees become soft and have
under, to be toughened up again.
t est lfied there are
million- in their late
two vears. When his superiors! 'teens and early 20't who are not
he sugJnow in service or ia the reserves.
overruled him, he
gested a straight
National Guard recruits.
month, j They include 1.4 million fathers,
12.3 millioa classed as "unaecept "unaecept-,
, "unaecept-, able" and 1.1 millioa ,"aailat.i
This would be similar to th for service.", 1 'l
11 week !aa bow s being pusbeij '.'
by the Guard. Erickson said that Hershey 'tailed for 'training of
w irn, we coum get twice) sitae- I.J muiioo
many men to volunteer for.- si service.' He did not speQ rut
. i f f -
six-, what be meant 'bv the term' but
be apparently : ref erred- to men
who meet army requirements but
are not called up because quotas
are' filled or for. other reasons.
. The-general said they should be
trained and used to replace the
"aging men'' among the ii mil million
lion million who already have put in
"varying terms of service. In
any case Jie said, many will be
rejected unless 4F'e are taken.
The draft chief said that if the
ration suddenly needed 2 millioa
men in an emergency it would be!
faced with "two choices, both
He said it" would 'av to recall
unurf ai.ized' former servicemen
and "aging" reservists, or un untrained
trained untrained sncsw i
Death Penally Asked
For 2 Brilon 'Spies'
In Egypt Indlcimenl
CAIRO! "'Feb. 8 fUP) EaVot
demanded the death penalty yes-,
terdar for two Britons and nine
Egyptians accused of spying for
the British. "-
An officisl indictment! named
the Britons as James Swinbum,
52, an employe of the British-
owned Arab .News Agency, and
James Zarb, 37, manager of, a
ceramics factory. ;
They were accused of being tha
key men in an alleged espionage
ring that stole Egyptian defense
secrets and tamed them over to
Britain. Both were arrested two
months' before the Suet invasion
in a -widely publicized roundup..
State prosecutor Moustafa El-
Hilbawi handed the Indictment to
a magistrate's court today and'
asked for trial of the defendants j
before Cairo's criminal eourt. I
The official charge against
Swinhurn and Zarb said they ob-,
tained, in war-time, data, inform information
ation information and documents connected
with the armed forces, their,
movements, equipment and mili military
tary military operation which were eon-:
sidered natioaal defense secrets. 1
By "war-time," the indictment
orewpably was referring te
Egypt's state of war with Israel,
which has continued in effect
Weather Or Not
This weather report far the 24
hours ending 8 a.m. today, it pre pre-pared
pared pre-pared ; by the Meteorological' and
Hydrographle Branch of the Pana Panama
ma Panama Canal Com piny t
.... .1 BALBOA CRISTOBAL
ed by Anchoring the rope to
trees on both sides of, the river.
Instead of paddling,- a squad
trarvcniiif-u ttAlf miaf tH Khera
r-i while' .iti nn th s roft. Operating a bus on' a restrict-.
lisiha- the eiside rore to nrooel ed street in Corozal brought
across the area. An elevated 1 Wilton Rose Into Balboa Magis Magis-equipment
equipment Magis-equipment track Is used to keep trate's Court today. He is 43
the Tnfant.nrm.Ti'. ,,inm,nr vear 0". Panamanian.
from getting "wet. 1 Imposition of sentence
Later that evening a bivouac suspended.
(ma. mpl ...NWIf
RAIN (inches) 0
WATER TEMP. I
(inner harbors) 73
SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 9
was, 10:03 a.m.
1 10:33 p.m.
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