The Panama American

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

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Newspapers -- Panama (Panama)   ( lcsh )
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newspaper   ( sobekcm )
newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Panama -- Panama

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

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University of Florida
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oclc - 18709335
lccn - sn 88088495
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Classification:
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12nd TEAR
' 1' PANAMA, R. P., TUESDAY, FEBRUARY, JJ 195T .' ",.

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Jewelry, Clothes; Pistol

;$4000BurgqryQh
Exposition Grounds

: Panama City burglars defied police yigilwice to com-
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mit Ai $4000 burglary iin a noma or tApumuu uiuunm
arly yesterday evening.. ,
Alberto Dominguex told police burglart broke n
through the' front door (of hie home on 39th etreet while
'the family Was out and made off with pewelry, clothee, a

.22 cal. pistol ana otner arucm vaiuu m nuunu rruuw.

Dominguei is proprietor of , t
Central Avev; establishment.
. Meanwhile, Snf
Police reported the arrest r an
Sove of the Marcos Gelabert
A?rport who confessed to stealing
the motor of plane under repair,
and selling it piecemeal as scrap
'. metal. ,. ". r
Detectives discovered that Eiite Eiite-xnio
xnio Eiite-xnio (Pimo) Maltei Garcia had
"been taking Sway Pe f
' the motor at s time and hiding it
in the bushes nearby. -j
' When 'captured Jhe confessed that
he hid dismantled '400-lb. mo motor
tor motor und tad-, hidden the pieces
the bushes wrom where he later
' ,u tham in a sack and took tnera
to. town to be- sold as sprap me-
Orientation Meetings
On Group Insurance
JcheduledlhisVeek
' Wroxlmateiy 125 ;mploye
.rU.H O the various.
Panama Canal Py&SSS
.divisions will attend orientation
I meetings this veek with jnem jnem-.bers
.bers jnem-.bers of the Group Health Insur Insurance
ance Insurance Board. x -t u
BnVVi M TMiresentaUvis. S-

' tion Bulldinif at.

Ra;bfa,Keieiits
at I p.m, tomorrow,- ,. .
The SO Atlsntlfls side rerresen rerresen-'
' rerresen-' tatives:wllr meet si? the Cristobal

- theater- at S T.m,- inursaaj.
r Tn meetings will be con

'.!uctd by Rober Van Wagner,
president, of the Group Health
Insurance Board, nd Dr. Daniel
J Paoluccl, coordinator of the
1 personnel Programs Staff.
" '. They will explain tthe group
' health Insurance program and
be available to answer questions
fronr the employe .representat .representat-"
" .representat-" tives, vho have been appointed
to distribute insurant; applica applica--
- applica-- tion forma and answer questions
on the- insurance pian t among
-their Jellow employes.
lielherlands Prince
Arrives In !l. Y.
For
' NEW YORK. fen. f (UP) T
; Prince Bernard of the Netherlands
arrived he tedarfpr s seversl
weeks visit of the United States.
The primary purpose of the vl vl-kit
kit vl-kit 1 hii attendance at the fifth
"Bllderberg" conference of some
80 Americaa and tIuropeaa pon pon--
- pon-- Mxiani and businessmen at .Sw
Simons Island,-Georgia. , s
The Prince arrived aboard a
n nir shout an hour and a
half ahead of the scheduled S:10
i a.ml arrival. His flight was thought
to have been speeded by tail winds
verthe Atlantic; 4 , w
The Prince immediately lefttne
': .irani tia hit auite at the -Wal
dorf Towers la the Waldorf Asto
ria HoteL;:; -.' ) .
Can't Even Take
His Saturday n
Bath This Month
" A man caught taking a bath 11 11-legally
legally 11-legally in Paraiso was found guil guil-tv
tv guil-tv f loiterine when his case was
heard in Balboa Magistrate's Court
today. r; .v. t,
Imposition of sestesce was su suspended.
spended. suspended. However, for the pre predawn
dawn predawn ablutions of Elisha Emanuel

dawn ablutions oi tusna ",'"u"' t a -gcond honeymoon
Gordon, 34.Paaamanian. who twa "J M zttmstl
found without permission in s show,'"! w

er at the bachelor quarters; Bldg.
209. The hour was 4:40 a.m, the
dsv Saturday. - -.
' The condition of the suspension
of sentence for Gordon, who Is al also
so also known aa Blackman, was that
be sot be found guilty of the earns
offense for a period cf 30 days, j
Windfall
rnRT Crr. NJ. Feb. 12 (V?)
The Army sSkl today it ahould
have bo difficulty ia turning one
of its soMlers into a first elsss
fijrtitiiu man. He 1s Pfc. Whirl Whirlwind
wind Whirlwind Soldier, a full -Mood ed Sioux
Indian, of Wood. S D.

6o In

Police and detectives are con continuing,
tinuing, continuing, their nightly roundup of
known criminals; who are sum summarily
marily summarily sentenced to jail for va vagrancy
grancy vagrancy by police judges,
Effecl Of Recent
Ruel Price Hike
Probed By Senate
. WASHINGTON, Feb, ,12 (UP)
Senate investigators today call
ed in a top Navy supply officer
to learn the effect of recent fuel
price increases on the a r m e d
.forces. V'.
The Senate Anti-Monooolv and
Public Lands subcommittees sum summoned
moned summoned Rear Adm. 0. P. Lattu of
the Naval Supply Corps to testify
at today s nearings.
The : senators) also planned to
hear testimony from power com company
pany company representatives on the effect
of luel price increases on the ci
viiian economy., c
sThe subcommittee InvesUga-
tine botn the once increases and
lagging1 emergency oil shipments
to .Europe have subpenaed the
records of 16 major oil companies.
The subcommittees ordered that
the records be delivered by Frl
day. .,
The oil companies said 'they
would comply with everything that
is requested.. :-
A po'h iarr f r E'anJard Oil
- livew wersy?,wona s isrgesi
form everything that is requested
and we'll hive the records they've
asfcea tor.r, v t
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Shepilov: Says War
Hot Fal:lislicdly
LONDON, Teb.: 12 (UP) -Soviet
Foreign 'Minister' JMiitri Shepilov
told the Supreme Soviet (parlia (parliament)
ment) (parliament) today that ''in the present
conditions war. is not fatalistically
Inevitable.", ; .3.
He said a new trend developed
irt the western world-towards the
end of 1956 threatening peace, but
the soviet union is still convinced
that 'wars can be prevented and
atODDecV'"' '.-'!.'. t.'
"With the given lineup f forces
in the international arena, the on
ly realistic policy is the policy of
peaceful coexistence of. states with
different social systems,' he told
a wlnt session of both houses.
The; early portions of Shepllov's
foreign policy speech as broadcast
by Radio Moscow were, concilia
torv.. ".. '"'' -'-.'ii
Shepilov was delivering a report
on the international situation and
the Soviet Unions foreign policy
St a joint meeting of both chamb
er! of the u.s.s.K. supreme m-
viet. -
The stressed that the Policy of
peaceful ifo-existence of two op opposed
posed opposed social systems was "not a
political maneuver that the Soviet
state has found expedient at the
moment,' as our enemies are try trying
ing trying to depict it, but the corner cornerstone
stone cornerstone of the foreign policy of the
Soviet state.".-. i
"There is s struggle going en
between two foreign policy trends
in the ruling quarters of the west western
ern western powers,"t the .Soviet Foreign
Minister saia.
Elizabeth
QriRoyal
LONDON, Teb. 12 (UP) Queen,
Elizabeth -today arranged for a)
hord the royal yacht Britannia
at the end of a four-month separa separation
tion separation which gave rise to rumors of
airt between them..
Bncktnsham. Palace, which del
Died the rumors with un precedes L-
t-i haste- last wees, announceo
that the Queen and her' husband
will spend two days in pnvacy
aboard the Britannia when they
are reunited Saturday at aa air
port ia Us boa, Portugal.
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- The two day stsy aboard the
yacht-which has carried the Duke
on a world tour will precede a
two-day state visit as guests -oi
the Portuguese government.
The Duke appeared eager to see(

m Bmli Strife fhr eitiil
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Cut-Widening
Wins OK From
The move to widen thl Gaillartl
Cut channel from its present mi-1
nimum width of 300 feet to 500 feetl
"is a step in the right direction"
Rep. Clark W. Thompson (D-Tex.)
told the Congress last week.
Thompson was coramentina' on
published reports of the proposal!
reveaiea oy.uie Doard of directors
of the Panama Canal Company
lasi monrn. tit oDserved:
"It is Important, however, al also
so also to realize' that this channel
widening does not constitute an,
overall solution of demonstrated
navigational shortcomings of the
existing water way but merely
treats one operational symptom."
Thompson calls the attention of
the Congress also to a summary of
the principal marine' operational
problems and their "obvious eco economic
nomic economic solutions" as. contained in
the transcript of hearings held in
March 1955 by the Merchant' Mar Marine
ine Marine and Fisheries Committee.
"The growing transit traffic at
Panama, dramatized by the clo closure
sure closure of the Suez Canal, should ad
vance the time for a realistic re
appraisal of our Isthmian Canal
policy,"' Thompson told the House.
He concluded; -
."For this task, Sen. Thomas I.
Martin of Iowa. Ren,' Daniel i.
Flood of Pennsylvania and I have
introduced identical bills to create
an independent? unbiased and com
petently1 constituted Jnteroceanlc
canals commission. ;
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F!nJ6cil(yr;:1
Fined In Balboa
Four speeders were among those
who took the rap .in Balboa: Ma Ma-sistrate's'Court
sistrate's'Court Ma-sistrate's'Court today,: All of then-
offenses occurred a TO una' mid
night, ' 1 !' ' '
Earnest Eugene French,1 25, an
American soldier, was fined $25
for driving 65 mph in a 40-mile
stretch of Madden "Road
Manuel Ovidio' Fernandes, 21,
Panamanian,, and Ronnie Lee Po
well, 21, an American airman,
were fined $20 each- Both were
driving on Gaillard Highway.
Fernandez was driving 60 mph
in a 40-miie lone., roweu, on a
motorcycle, was going 60 mph in
a 40-mile sone.
Rogelio Mauricio Aparlcio, 35,
Panamanian, waa driving 50 mph
in a 40-mile xone along Diablo
Road. He was fined, $10.
Mai. Gen. Harrpld.-
Will Be Honored At
Review Tomorrow-
Ma j. Gen. Thomas Harrold, Com
manding General. 'USARCARIBc
will be honored at Preview given
by the Balboa- High School ROTC
Battalion at 1:20 a.m. tomorrow
in Balboa Stadium. Parents of ca cadets
dets cadets and the public are invited to
attend the review. They are re
quested to use the Clinton Street
entrance to the stands. Ample
parking is available on Hinton
Street and in nearby parking areas.
Immediately after the review the
ROTC Drill Team will perform.

Congressman f S''"S' raSSengerS dWItCflj
I x editioe the tablele" "La n tJSk I'

Readying F or 'Second
Yacht After 4-Month

his vnfe again after the longest
separation ox ineir mamasc.
He hinted at his feelings in a
message tonight to the new NATO
commander, U. S. Gea. Lauris
Norstsd who is in London wits
Mrs. Norstsd. ' I
"Mav L-offer my respecu tr
Mrs. Norstad," he said, "and
thank her for allowing her bus-!
band to go on serving the Norta
Atlantic Treaty powers such a
Ions way from borne and family."
The Duke said he was "very
lid" that be could not be m Lon-
doe to greet the Norstads,' and he
had high praise for the Americaa
general's qualities of "patience
and tact of a very high order.
It wis not believed that tn
Duke, had any intention in hi
messae of referring to the nr.
mors of a royal rifU

r.' i i i !' x sjssv ' 1 Mm ' 1 'w!

' I, the start of operation the paper- '. jys
t. 1 vt 'i sald-' -'ia ; ,- --.j-, t ." v
; I ,v v j t v A definite rebiv from the tT.S. O ;5

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GOOD XUCK LOAF w Making tielr first public appearance
since the birth' of" their daughter, princess Caroline,. Prince
Rainier and Princess Grace look at a giant gift loaf of bread
presented to them by Dutch bakers in Monaco. It is an ancient
custom to present new" parents with a loaf of bread, and ac according
cording according to superstition, if the bread is good, both mother and
child will lead long and happy lives.

Pusan-Bbiind Railroad Cars Cross
Isthmus Bilt Not On PRR Track

Enoueh locomotives, box ears
and passenger coaches to make up,
several long trains are crossing:
the isthmus: today iPbit "not on
the tracks of ,sthe;-PSnn)Sk;Rili
m 1 '';,,(;'', J
' r"cart:and -coaches r
lashed cisswi.se on .the: deck f
the 465-ft. Swedish cargo ship Be-
locsan aa she transits southbound.
The i locomotives and' other roll rolling,
ing, rolling, stock are tucked sway below-j
decks.-' . Vri
All toM the ses-going trains
weigh 2,080 tons,
; Leek workers got tholr first
Inkling that some very odd cargo
. was abowt to :mev through the
Canal .when; fhey were! told the
Belocean had as eight-feet
"protrusion" on each aide e
the deck level.
-. This meant the Vessel would not
do any tying-up and that she would
have to be handled gently in the1
lock chambers.
Wilford and McKay, agents for.
the Belocean, revealed that the
PeronY Mistress
Placed In Custody
Of Grandmother
BUfiNOS "AIRES.' Feb. 12 (UP)
Nelly -Rivas, the 16-yesr-old misj
tress of overthrown- dictator Juan
D. Peron, '60, has been placed in
custody, of her grandmother, it
was learned today,", ... ,
Juvenile Court' Judge Ernesto
Gonzales Bonorino ruled that Nel Nelly's
ly's Nelly's own home did not offer, the
proper', moral atmosphere, for: a
young girL. Her parents are free
on bail, while awaiting' trial op
caarges vi coniuvaocs to mue
Nelly Peron's. mistress,
- Judge Genialex ,Bonorino, who
tried Peron In absentia for the
rape of a minor, made the ruling
last-October.?
4 ., ?
, Nelly 'Was sebed by revolution-!
ary autnoruies as reron s mis

tress when the dictator, was ousf-5dy

ed on Sept, 11855.'-
Both he and the Queen definite-,
ly know about them and were rH
ported to .have .discussed them in
long distance telephone conversa conversations
tions conversations between London and GibraU
tar when the -Duke was waiting.
or the tnn to Portugal
The British people themselves1
bad their first word of the rumors
at breakfast this morning.
; London aewspspers,. which had
refused to print details er
story by Baltimore Sun corres
pondent Joan 'Graham that the
Duke ha-been -seeing -an un-
named woman," finally told the!
story and' Included caustic- com
ments on the Americaa press
The Americas press has "tsk-
M-lcava tit rta wnlM." aaM the
influential Manchester Guardian

It denounced the "absurd tha4fcaa Palace said.

'7- t I! H9?rthea

railway rolling stock was put s
board at Boston and is bound for
rusan,' soutn Korea:
"It Jayobsdlete American equip
ment. J9eing;.donated,;to, thr;.5ontl
Korean Government by ths'Ameri-
Association', for .'Aid rto SouiW
korea,.', ,:,.;- iltffjU;.m
ReDortediv tha tears" thd'. TOeo
motives .represent ; excess rolling
stock from a number of Americaa
riairoadstf, - ot'xt
Red Artist Causes
London Serisafiort
Willi Nude Painting
tONDON (UP)-A painting of a
naked girl lying on a bed whilt
her lover looks out over a sun
drenched Leningrad is causing a
sensation among Moscow art lov.
era,, s London newspaper reported
today.
' It -was the first such painting
they've seen in' more than SO
years., reported Patrick .Sergtant,
Moscow correspondent of the
Daily Mail.
: The painting has sent 26-year-
old': Leningrader. Uya Glaiunov
rocketing to fame,, reported Ser.
geant.
From ".11 to. six every day .the
little- gallery, where his paintipgs
are, on view is jammed .with, ar artists
tists artists and critics passionately ar.
guing about ".this latest example
of. the artistic revolt of the young
against the old conservatism." be
said.. i. '

PeruYian Veterinary Recovering At
Despite Matador-Like Wound From

A Peruvian veterinary who
was Rored in the rlsht thigh by
an enraeed bull wnne ootn were
at sea aboard a cattle ooat is Co
jing well at Oorgas HosplUl to-
I The animal's horn Is reported

Honeymo on
Separati on

acter"
of the snowballing rift ru-
mors
The Laborite Daily Mirro)- callei
them "ridiculous and baseless."
.. The increasing publicity senl
to heighten the interest in the.
roval reunion at Lisbon. '
A memorsndum from the Portu Portuguese
guese Portuguese secretary of information
said facilities for the press at
Hontijo Airport Saturday were be be-ins
ins be-ins expended .because "it is real-'

theiized that the meeting... will be of

real interest ....
The Queea and the Duke will
ge te the yacht then to spend two
days aboard togeuer.
"Whether thev.ee ashore or bo
iiat knawa becaaso what ther do

during Saturday and Sunday wi3j who bow Uvea ia Italy would be
i 1-ff a,,VfM(uU K.I. Ik. mrm i M AWt riiu

be completely prrrate,'
' 1

A definite reply from the U.S.
is expected this week, according
to the paper, on the suggestions
made by the Panarris, govern government
ment government as to the manner In .which

boarding operations by Panama
customs will be conducted.
o
A total of 1920 naw itudtnti
nrollae1 yattarday for daiiai in
Panama vocational ana' hi(H ichealt
at the start of the now ichool year
in May.
Figures released as a result of
yesterday's enrollment of new
students Indicate that 790 en enrolled
rolled enrolled in the National Institute.
356 in the Girls' Lvceum. 241 in
ine J. D. Moscote School, 395 in
me rroressipnal School ((fir Is I,
98 in Arts & Crafts School and
40 in the National .School of
Dressmaking. ,
A four-Jay maating an cartla and
farm lanitatlon got undar way hero -torfay
in the auditorium af the
Panama Univanity with PraiWint
Irnaita da la Guardia Jr. daliverUg
the ooanina addraaa
, .Attending the mSetfng. are the
Agriculture Ministers of PanSma
ana an countries toartichathie
ln the International .Retrinnfil
.Committee on Cattle-Farm San-
;,X,dari Ip-exeactad ahattly r;;
daring ell to(a te ala: 7 -.m. 5
. Mendaya through SridSya and at
Vvm. an satura-ay nieMt.'
Most' Central Av: tnr ari
-1 j Jwi a I'll 7-..T-
vwacu ,os j p.m.in accordance
nKiccinent' Devween ja
bor and minnmnt rnii.r.
hpwever' remain -oDen until g
P.-mv ...... v,:, s H
GehTwo
Wiffiln 2a ff fnufes
." .' '. .. .... ''
An American .rot two t.rfu
tickets within 20 minutes last
Friday on the Poet of Ft. W
dor. s
He Was arrested when he stool
ped, and again when he. drove
off. .v.. -I'-
James Robert Doran. 47. fell
first Into the toils of the law
when he parked his car more
than, eight inches from the
curb.
Imposition of sentence was
suspended when he faced the
Balboa Magistrate today.
Twenty minutes after the
parkins; Incident. Doran was
nabbed for speeding J5 mph in
a 25-mile zone.
- For this offense he paid a $10
fine.
to have entered Dr. Uldrlco Lom-
bardl's thigh near the rrotn at
the same spot where ouungnters
are ant to be sored DV their ad
versaries. The horn missed the
vet's femoral artery by only a-
bont two inches.
Word that aomebodv had been
gored aboard the cattle ship U U-cayall
cayall U-cayall reached Balboa last JTti JTti-dav
dav JTti-dav afternoon.
-The vessel was en route from
Costa RJca to Callao, Peru. She
radioed that she would make an
emergency stop Saturday morn
ing in Balboa harbor to put off
the injured man.
: Since the Ucayali had no a-
cent here, the Panama-une
served al arent as it often does
In auch aituations. -
Farouk's Polaces
Will Be Sold o a
For Gov't ReVenue
CAIRO, Feb. 12 (TP)-The
semi official Mideast aewa agea-i
ey -reported today the goverameoti
'ould sell palaces that were aeld
joy exuaq aung carvna.
1 The asencv said other real
tate PrODerties of the former King
sum IV .y WIS w aww.
revenue.

NEW YORK, Feb. 12 (UP) Negotiators and media;-

tors tried today to head off a 5 p.m. longshoremen
walkout from Maine to Virginia. J'

k aocic srrike would add ro trie woes or the greater
New York area, now burdened by a tugboat stoppagei
which has caused a fuel shortage. '
Because of uncertainty about schedules and facillX
ties for unloading Panama Line ships in New York, some
passengers Who had planned to sail late this month have)
put up their bookings to the next sailing, it was learned;
The liner Anconr which was a day late out of New
York, is due in Cristobal Friday. A firm date has flot
been set for her departure.

The next regulary scheduled northbound sailing
thereafter has b&en the Cristobal on Feb. 23.

i Hopes that the longshore longshoremen's
men's longshoremen's strike would be averted
rose sharply early today when
a spokesman for- the New York
Shipping association said "I be believe
lieve believe we have never been, closer
to a contract."
;'.Th. comment, hv. Alexander
Chopin,' chairman of '-"the' asso asso-oiaMnn
oiaMnn asso-oiaMnn m. made' after netrov
M!tr,';.v.! fnr h; -"Interristional
the snippers, narrowed tneir oa-
feenoes during a live,! ana
t.Tf hAiif negotiations 'session.
hey resume bargaining talks at
noon,
. jnienwkTl Finrteian. director
of the Federal Mediation Serv Service;
ice; Service; flew here yesterday from
Washington to participate in
the negotiations.
"The talks have taken a more
encouraging turn," Ftnnegan
aid.'
WMt hopee were brifhten brifhten-Inf
Inf brifhten-Inf for a settlement of the
pier dispute, the outlook In
the W-day turboat atrike grew
more dismal Negotiations col-
US Ship Rescues
Crew Of Schooner
Off Stromboli
vaptws Ttalv. Feb. 11 (UP)
rh U.S. destroyer William
t. toriav rescuea me kw--
man rrpw of a sinking Italian
schooner off the volcanic island
nf StrnmbolL
The csrgo schooner Giacomj
Altieri had radioed for help after
haw en widened a noie in me
hull of the 250-ton vessel on a
voyage from Sicily to Naples.
Gorgas Hospital
Bull Aboard Ship
AH day Saturday, a Cart at if
tar see' a rearetentative ( ha Line
waited araimd tha miae Sack er
eftihere fee the aeie. did
at ahaw up aaaaeH almaat dark.
The Ucayali her decks brist bristling
ling bristling with horned cattle, both be below
low below and above dropped her
hook far out, beyond the an anchorages.
chorages. anchorages. There were 750 ani animals
mals animals aboard
After the Canal launch Darter
had brought the doctor and a a-gent
gent a-gent alongside It was decided to
lower the injured vet by winch.
He was strapped on a litter
brought from Pier 18 and set a-
board the Darter without lncl-J
dent, despite a choppy sea.-
, An ambulance waiting at the
mine dock transferred the Peru
vian to Gorsaa where' rurgery
waa performed. Today he has no
fever, and la eating well but
will be hospitalized for a week
or more.
Jteporteeuy Peru has orevious-
r been buying- beef eattle bv
shipload from Costa Rica. But
so many animal died on earlier
vwages as to make the impor importation'
tation' importation' unprofitable, e - '
: No cattle- had been lost on the
nrMrtt trln im trt tha timi fit
the vet's accident I

He was leaning over one buHjpe a a7.
atvtna- th animal an intertinn He has been replaced by C--

when a buU in an adloining stall
broke away and attacked bins,

lapsed when union negotiators

. walked out on a joint meeting,
"acting In bad faith." -
The city's fuel administrator,
Charles F. Preusse, said, ; how how-ever,
ever, how-ever, there was no, emera-encv
fuel situation raa of this morn
ing.".. But he warned that i--serve.
were providing on'y
three-day Si'nlv rf iur --;
A t' 1
...yesteiv. ,., ., .. ,.t,. t ;
4h,,,.U 1-1...,'. ... .1..
. creasing-fuel eonsiunpfon.
Relatively warm weather
since the strike' outset has
been credited with averting an
early fuel emergency.
1 Federal and city mediators
planned to meet separately to-
day with negotiators in the tug
strike in an effort to create a
oasis ror iuture joint taiK3,.Tn
outlook for an-early settlement,
however, was not good. 'if',
The Fuel Association, In teli"
egrams to Gov. Averell Harrl-V
man and Mayor Robert Tt:i
Wagner, amid "the fuel oij-f
supply and transportation aitf
nation in metropolitan Neif-;'
York Is now reaching the des
perate and critical stage an ft,;.
wiU endanger the lie-;
health and welfare of oveClf-
million e'tlzens If Immediate
termination of the tur and
barge atrike is not, reached."!"?
spokesmen for the assoclatlo v
said men and trucks could nt&.
maintain much longer the paee
of round-the-clock trucking xt;
fuel from refineries In New Jarf
sey.
Tourists Cash ligg
On Britain's Free :
Health Service zi
LONDON, Feb. 12 (UP);
Hundreds of American travelers
are cashing in on Britain's free
National Health Service, an ex ex-G.I.
G.I. ex-G.I. said today. .
Mike Gatta, 36, of woonsoeaes,
R.I., ssid the cost ot tne trans trans-Atlantic
Atlantic trans-Atlantic trip was worthwhile fof
Americana in need of medicar or
surgical treatment. C' C'-"Back
"Back C'-"Back home, an operauoB-for
some routine ming use
removal might take a man's life
aavinea a it's a SOod thing to
a fellow to spend a boat fare to
England and get treatment for
free," Gatta said. ,.s -
Gatta, in Britain to-visit-bis
wife'i oarents in Shrewsbury.
touched on a. sore point la British
politics. ....
Socialist members oi.j-arua-;
ment have 'Charged recently that i
by allowing the National Hearth
Service rlan to be Open to all
regardless of citirenship, many
Americans were '. availing them-
selves of free medical services
that would be extremely costly at
home.
..f
Hunaarian Army
Chief Of .Staff Is!
Relieyed Of Post
VITNNA. Feb. UfCP-MtJ.
riar f jmIa TTsaervl aaKfaaf rs att'l
of the Hungarian Army, h t
been reiievea or nis post, Buaa-
Ferenc UgraL Reason for tis
-cnanga was not announcea.



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CHEERS FOR C.F.N.

In answer to Dlssatisfied's letter In your paper of Feb. 6,

h states practically every station In Panama plays the "Teen
agers' records except ur'.N. He also states that maybe tne
Mason la because tney are a Negro group. x
XvWentally Dissatisfied does most of his listening to the
Manama radio stations he speaks of Nat "King" Cole has quite
a 'few of his records played over CFN. Louis "batch" Armstrong
and Ella Fitzgerald also have quite a few of their records play player
er player over CFN. This doesn't sound to me like CFN has anything

- xjtalnst Negro recording stars as Dissatisfied implies.
' I have nothins for or against Rock and Roll .As far as I'ni

ctmcerned, CFN could play Frankle Sinatra, Nat "King" Cole

and Louis Armstrong records all day long and I would be satis satis-Jirjld.
Jirjld. satis-Jirjld. ' ;f .P
J,' But how abou't the other people who tune In CFN? They
have their varieties too, you know. I've been in Coco Solo Hos Hospital
pital Hospital for 11 weeks and listen to CFN Qn an average of 12 hours
altfay. I want to say that I think CFN Is doing a terrific job
In. pleasing most people.
'.i For a change, I want to praise CFN Instead of griping like
o many of the other listeners are doing.
' In closine I'd like to say if Dissatisfied can hear what he

wants to hear on the Panama stations, why bother to tune in ;

CFx& at ail? Tnanics again to urn lor real gooa listening, you re

acang a ime job, urn tuooi, rine ttvvsa.
. Gl Coco Sole Patient.

Labor News
And
Comment

Sit:

SAN ANTONIO BUGLE

With a week of fine mist falling with the warm days I

notice the Arizona ash next 'door Is full of birds this morning
and I wonder If the fruit trees are going to blossom out and
get killed as they did last year. Regular spring weather this
weekend with a temperature of 65 degrees here, though It's
freezing in the Panhandle.
I The last day of January sent me to the doctor with an old
fashioned nose bleed, they call It a hemorrhage now, and a
jvsat of two hours in a small stuffy room filled with women and
children with the sniffles, gave me a chance to pick up a lew
jgenns which I did.
The doctor gave me a good thumping, said he could see no
reason why X should not make it a century and that the nose
bleed was only local, gave me a thin Jelly and' said that should
do' the work, but it didn't, and It got so bad daughter phoned
him and he sent a bottle of expensive tablets that really did
tht work. r;
( This Is the tablet age and they have them ready made to
jrure anything known to the human race.
; rThe Fat Stock show opens this week and It looks like there
will be plenty of money changing hands. The Worth Show clos closed;
ed; closed; last week and the Lone Star brewery here bought the cham champion
pion champion steer for $7000 and gave It to Boys Town, a local home for
strutting boys here. t
.J Will call attention to the travelling public, that eating houses
dent change Prices are under average and you can get any anything
thing anything you want hero X try to take the family to a fish dinner

aweast once a dpntV-gooa, and less than, a dollar a plats

NATURE'S TRIUMPHS

Sir; ;

..

cfj being declared a gentleman by Act of Congress, and I do

mi even Know whether he would consider me a "real nice GI."
ily three years of military service will soon come to a welcome
etna, but this is hardly enough time to "make a good man" of
'me. Frankly, Father No. 1, 1 would rather remain my wicked,
sinful self than to attain purification through 25 years in the

Army.

; It may be true that GI's, representing a cross-section of
young adult males, get naughty ideas when they run into the

young ladles of Balboa and Panama, but Interested Father No.

1 Jaeems to think that Zonlan teen-agers are the picture of
.sweet innocence, exposed to sex-hungry soldiers and deprived

of their rights by sinful bingo players.

j Even if this silly illusion were correct, it should be pointed
out to this worried father than In the most proper communities

Stateside, the course of nature sometimes triumphs at a very

.tender age. it is a pity, but as the song says "what will be,

. will be."

'Z do not have a IS or 14 year did sister; If I did, I might
warn her against certain dangers. But unless meetings be between
tween between the sexes are conducted according to the standards of

.Victorian England, there is always an element of risk wheth

erthe young lady's escort is King Saud or one of Balboa's

darlings Just attaining puberty.
';, Even if Balboa were given a recreation center for the
youngsters, it would not be long before someone had another
brjfrht idea, and our old friend the taxpayer might soon be
paying for artificial ice so that Balboa High could play hockey,
Just as they do in the big country up north.
' I Untouchable No. 1
I
' COMMISSARY MANNERS t
sir:
I I am just about fed up with the way the Commissary is
run these days. To start with, it is a shame that people that
go in there to buy have to stand for the discourteous manners
jof Ihe employes.
1 All of them are distracted and always seem to be doing the
wrpng things insteal of their job, and most all with no hurry
.to .sell. People that are paid to sell should aways have a
bright smile on their face and by all means should be polite

in. the Commy. No matter at what time of the day you go,
they are too tired to give people a decent answer. Do these
people own the place by any chance? They sure seem to.

merchandise in store in the Commy? Things finish in there
and it takes months before they get the same products again.
What is the matter with the manager or managers? I think
to run a storeefficlently It takes more than to look "pretty"
every morning, if you want to keep customers satisfied.
' I wish something could be done about these things because
after all customers that buy in there deserve the best of treat treatment.
ment. treatment. Don't thtv in other atareaf

'.! Just Damm Matt

V

STOCKHOLDERS OF
F1HA1ICJERA ISTMEflA, 5. A.
(Iftlhmian Finance 'Co., Inc.)

We wish to remind you that the regular General
Atsmbly ef Stockholder 'will be held in the SA-
LON ; WASHINGTON. HOTEL EL PANAMA, on
'Thursday, March 7th 1957 at 8 pjn.
; Stockholders who are unable to attend this meet meet-.ins;
.ins; meet-.ins; SHOULD MAIL THEIR PROXIES in duo time
to Apgrtado 4177 Panama City, Republic of Pa-
nami.
1 GONZALO LOPEZ-FABREGA
. u Secretary.

By VICTOR RIESCL"

What's all this excitement about

Dave Beck flying in the luxury of

a B.O.A.C. airliner ot some reu

nion in Vienna, in easy stages via

the sands of Nassau? He s enure

ly within his constitutional rights

rthe Teamsters' constitution, that

if.

Ha'a gat ta be careful ef utt
ana thing. Ha mutt make sure

that whan ha calls for room aarv

ica, ha'a aameplace where thay

atn r mm up a U.S. aubpana
Otharwiaa, ha'a eamplaraly eov.

end, for tha Teamster's csnsti-

tutian aays:

"Article 5. Section 2: Travel

Provisions. The General President,
for .the DUTDOfe of nromotina thm

interest and welfare of the Inter.

-national and the making of diulaA

inauc contacts witn otner organiza

uons ana insutunons and for the

purpose of conserving his health,
may in his discretion travel in this

country or a Droaa na may take

periodic 'rests.

The ceneral executive board

shall provide for all exnensei nf

me general president when ner-

forming the services mentioned

herein or when taking periodic

rests; me said expenses shall in

ciuae travel in this country and a
broad, the fuQ and complete main'

tenance of his wife so that she
can accompany the ceneral nreai.

aeni. ana au secretarial help and

services' wnica be -deems necessa

ry while engaged as afore referred

to. Tne expenses provided for here

in are in addition to all other con constitutional
stitutional constitutional compensation and allow

ances,

Now the Senate investicatins

committee just doesn't happen to

share this sensitive solicitude o-

ver Beck s conservation of health

tnrough "periodic rests."

He has been in Eur one aeveral

times in the past year. He's un undoubtedly
doubtedly undoubtedly also making some diplo

matic moves.

But the Senate probers are not

at all impressed by these missions.
Especially since thev are finanoiuf

ny tne union's tax-exempt funds.

aa me Senate cemmittee, we
hear, ie preparing same mevea
which may simply undo tha new newest
est newest health cura which Back ia
forcing himtalf ta take. Thasa

moves may be a little tonoh n

"Let's Quit- While We're Ahead"

-wrSTe

:fff y&jmmr
J U NIA Sarwtt. It. 1 i mn iniiinanliin.iiiliu.ja a

I ibMiiYVlASHir.'GTorj
LIerry- Go HouriD
, l t m .By HW PiAKtOM

Walter Winchell In i'lewYorlf

fiia narvoui (yttam not ta man-

tian ma ,ooo,ooo Taamatars'
treasury.
The Senate committee can h

pected to ask the Treasury Dept

hi muve jn on me Tcimitm

books without waiting for new tax
laws.

- Here ia bow mma Sanatm..

Beck's oddities and Hv..v. rt,..

have the quixotic idea that Beck
didn t so aborad iiut fni- hi. i,..iti.

fr. -''dipldmatie" missions. Imagine

There is an imn(iin. v.

did not want to take the witness
stand and give a yes or no an-

wer o one question: "Will you
order your local unions to bring
in, their records?"
Well, say some Senators, Beck
n Vienna's Sacher Hotel for as

long as he wants. They don't need

i ""i wnai s in the unions'

wum. xne iTeasurv nt i...

much of it right now in dusty ar-

Evary union must fil. m
mutt wanta to kaap its tax
exemption. This form tella the
Treasury Dept. how much mon money
ey money was taken in, and all infer infer-metien
metien infer-metien oa tha expenditures af
funds and why thay ware apent.
Thi. means a break-down af all
iacomo dues, interest on invest,
jnonts from Wall Street, real a-
V V ,u,t B'rten variaty
hank mUraat. 1

TUere is another form fil h.

unions listing expenses paid to ail
union employes, eirlmiv. f

ry forms.

If these papers are filed, the u-

u.uu coDunuas io Da tax exempt.
But. SSVa tha Smil. . ..

there is nothing to keep the Trea Treasury
sury Treasury agents from being just a little

u"r curious tnan usual. Th

can go Dace and check the

ccuracy w t&ese two forma.
Wew, if the Treasury agents go
back to a local which i... lAl

careless enough to forget to lock

. uui ue mgni Deiore and some

thA:. i ytr1 a with al
those bulky valueless ledgers-for
they somehow feU into an ashtray
and burned or the ini

just can't find them for a rnnni.l

w years there are no books to ax
amine. I

So. there ia then ...

vi uiiue uie m rriinrv m tk.. a

tm vi

ine senate special inveti0.ti..!

commitUe members will say that
tlus local should be Uxed and this
may coat the Teamster, kji

TJL u tabs-v'
maybe millvnna mm c i.

- su a may
ot be so gray for Beck ia 0H

Vienna.

THI BROADWAY STAGE

Cast ef Characters: Prince Aly

Khan and Hollywood's Dorothy

Gray getting Lost In Each Other's
Arms at the Embers. . .Porfirio

Rubirosa reporting to chums that

his ex-wife. Barbara Mutton, invit

ed him and bis bride to use ner
Casbah mansion. . Dolores Del

the evefillinc beauty ad, spell

binding the Chandler's crowd with

Prince Christian. ; Across the

way from lovely Phyllis Kirk and
actor Michael Redgrave. . Sir
Gladwyn Jebb's son Miles (now a
Chicago bank clerk) doing the mld mld-tbwn
tbwn mld-tbwn boites with heiress Mae Ree
Antrv The Zachary Scotts con-

iirminz tneir reconciuauuu. our

wears one gold earring ae wears
the other... Judy Holliday enjoy

ing tha performance of her "Bells

Are Ringing"; tinderstudy (June
Ericson) at Monk's Downstairs

soot. Judy's escort: Jed Harris'

son Jones. . Alfred G. Wander Wander-bilt
bilt Wander-bilt and model Jean Harvey hand

holding at Le Cupidon... Selena

Walters' new favorite male: Antho

ny Drexel Duke. . Bob Ritchie,

nart nf the wall-decor at El MOTOC

co. ignores the celebs there fot

Doris Fisette's mesmerizing.
Hepburn's frigid weather protec
tion: A mink-lined trench coat.

Sallies In Our Alley. One of the

renowened teevee stars was tell telling
ing telling his grief to his psychiatrist...

"Television." he almost wept, "is

the worst thing that ever happen

ed tn our business". . neauy

grinned the medico. 4'lt is the best
thing that ever happened to ours!"
.. Juliet Lowell, who has had six
best-selling books (but no time to
shop), quips: "I have to keep mak

ing new friends, se I can keep
wearing my old clothe!"
Atfn U. S. Immigration Com Commissioner
missioner Commissioner Swing: A Nasi war
criminal ia In our country... He
sneaked In a few weeks ago...
As a bonafido refugee from be behind
hind behind the Iron curtain. Hie name
is Count Nicholas Serenyi... He
is e refugee, all right... A refu refuge
ge refuge from an Hungarian prison,
whore he was suppeeed te be do doing
ing doing We as a Ni killer ef
Jawa and Catholics and others
oepoeed te Hitler... This Count
Soronyi aont many thousands ef
'people to gas chambers and con concentration
centration concentration camps during World
War II. ..Premier Nagy'a gov government
ernment government sentenced this louse te
life... He was releeaod efter the

recant Commy coup.. Now he ia
here ea a refugee... Don't they
mean Red agent?
Mamas ef a Midnighter: The Ty.
Power-Mai Zottorling Idyll ia now
beyond control. Visited her kin i

Stockholm with her. His Broad

way girl crowd fear a wedding.

Grace Kelly's platter of. "True

Love" is banned from sale in

Monaco. Not dignified for Her
Grace, etc.,. Insiders allege the
wives of. Jackie.. Robinson and
catcher Campanella are feuding,

too. They suspect that's how the
one-time Dodgers' pals phffft...

Ted Williams recently devorced

wife if mending from surgery.

Playwright Clifford Odets is still

trying to get starlet Kathy Grant

to torget uing... Tom vewey,

Jt.'b friend-about-town is social

ite June Claire Mundel... The Rus

ty Drapers deny published rumors
of a divorce plan.. Pat Ward
(doW Sandra Smith) Is back In
the money modeling for a top

fashing photogger.... The Cameo
cost its backers $105,000... So how
come Kate Hepburn's carrying a

gun

N. Y. Anastasla: Millions of dol

lars will eventually go to the Ma

ye Clinic ef Rochester, Minnesota,
because the only daughter of H.

J. Baruch cannot Te found. ..Ba-

ruch married when he was 18. His

wife was the former Eva Wessel

of Cambridge. Mass. She was a

vaudeville performer. . They

were blessed witn a daugnter.

One day Mrs, Baruch and the child

disappeared... The little girl was

a at tha time.. Her motner di

vorced Baruch te wed another

mn. Klna tell the column tnat one

day (in the long ago) a young la

dy tried to reach ner father. ...
She said that her mother had put
her in a foundling home. . Mr.
Baruch was dying when his only
child tried to phone him. .-Baruch
was born In N. Y. C. He made
his fortune in Kansas City.... Do

you know (or could you be) this

modern day Anastasla?. She

may be in need of money whue
millions that belong to her cannot
find her.

Broadway Owl: Imogene Co Coca's
ca's Coca's co-author Norman Lear and
Prances Loob (a buyer for Lord
Taylor) are now in their Hol Hollywood
lywood Hollywood honeymoon homo... Hugh
French Is eul-oui about Anne
Baxter... The Kenny Brucea di di-vldad.
vldad. di-vldad. He's the comic; she's a

stripper.. The Glenn Irotons
will be 3 ia April. He ia editor
ef Per East Film News. His wife
is Japaneee... Florence Lament,
grandaughter of Thomas Lament
(J. P. Morgan partner), weds
architect Ralph Antonldea this
month... It's e eon ever et the
Rosa Fords. Mother ia Donna
Jacquaa ef "The Ice Follies"...
Allan Young, fust divorced, la
quiring Carla Houston ef the
Chateau Madrid girl dept.., The
late Tammy Dorsoy's former
wife (Pat Dana) refused alimo alimony
ny alimony whan they drifted long ago.
His will bequeathed Pat 25Gs
.. .There ia ne contract in TV
that does net give the sponsor e
way out... The column's 11th
and newest foreign branch is La
Libortad, Argentina.,
Orchid Garden: The Pew novel,
"Tor tove of Martha." About a a-doDtions.
doDtions. a-doDtions. The shock of the pear.-.

Felicia .' Sanders' song-styling at

Mabel Mercer's Byline, Room

Joni James' new album of Frank

Loesser-Victor Young delights. .
Bennv Fields, and Blossom See-

ley's album: "Two-A-Day at the
Palace." especially: "The Soft

Shoe Song" ... Doretta Morrow's

thrashing (and shapely shafts) at
the Maisonette... The attractive
way Ed Murrow presented the fam-j

lues of JUK iougias ana noDeru
Sherwood on "Person-to-Perspn."
The Late Watch: Gerald Alber Alber-tini
tini Alber-tini of the Princess Margaret-Duke
of Kent set (he recently inherited
7 nnn nnnt is hetrothed to the 29-

vaar.nid widow of John Heath,

killed last spring in nis car in uic

Italian races, xne roots sum
crowd hears that Willie Mays'

new wage to star for the xm.x. ui

ants is $20,000 more than announc

ed so teammates wont growi...

We mav have daylight saving time

. . . .it. k l 1lT T

in April (starting tne 7tn; in n.i.

State. Instead of May... a new
mmanre to irk proofreaders: The

latest teevee observer to join the
army of rating-skeptics is J a c k
Lait, Jr. of Los Angeles: "It Is

difficult to believe tnat nara-neau-a
hitin men who ordinarily re

fuse to be awayed by anything but

ld hard facts, will nut tneir com

plete faith and trust in these wob

bly statistics wnicn, ai ueai, co

be only very rough approxima

tions, and at worst, can be com com-Tiietalv
Tiietalv com-Tiietalv and disastrously mislead-

i n t. .V r...'. aw iula-

hopper: Eyeful Claire Fitzpatrick
... Latest threat to the throne of

Martin. 4 Lewis are a pair of Kay

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WASHINGTON "If ex-heavy

weight boxing champ Joe Louis

should make a million dollars

year he -probably could not -pay

the government all his back taxes

before he dies.
f This Is because 'Joe1 didnt teal

lze now big his tax bracket was

when money came easy, got be

hind in his payments,.and the gov government
ernment government is now charging him in

terest at the rate of nearly $100,000

a year.,,,. v
If he made ji million dollars

year; his annual income tax would
be $910,000. and he would be able

to pay the government only $90,000

on nia back taxes less, than tne

annual pill for. Interest.: f.

Joe nas taken ud wrestling late

ly, -and in the past three months

nas paid the government siz,oou.

However,' the ( Treasury recently

attacned a ses.ouo trust ana xuna

Joe left bis children, and he still
has a balance of $1,119,437 to pay
including principal, penalty, and

interest.

Joe's lawyers say they have dis

cussed a settlement with the gov

ernment, but so far, have had lit little
tle little encouraaement.-.-v

Meanwhile, ex heavvwe l s n t

chamo Jack Demosev. who is now

running a restaurant, has started

fund,' along witn jonn xoung-

heim and George Reeves Jr., of

Chicago, to help Louis with bis

huee tax debt.

Interesting question about, tne

Joe Louis tax case is what yard

stick the Treasury uses to com

nromise a tea-ease.'; f. ; u.i ;i,t-

To answer -the Question, this

column scrutinized some of the tax

settlements on record in the Trea

sury and came away more puzziea
than ever. It seemed to depend In

part on what lawyer or account

ant you hired.

HOW All I TAXIS SETTLED?
For instance, the American Dis

tilling Co. owed the Treasury $13,

000.000. It settled for a little over

$1,000,000 or 10 cents on the dollar.

It nired tne tax accounting nrm

on T. Coleman Andrews, who later

became Commissioner of Internal

Revenue.

Here are some other tax eases

recently settled: i ; -i

Jack Berk. wno witn nis wue

Anne, ran the Vicmore Belt Co.
in Flushing, N. Y., owed the Trea Treasury
sury Treasury $127,879, settled for $11,000.
He presented a doctor's certificate
that he had a heart condition and
the Treasury let him off with less
than 10 cents on the dollar.;

Newman's Lake House, Sarato

ga Springs, N.Y., owed $152,805.89
and made a compromise payment
of $20,000, of which $2,000 was a

down payment, witn- m.wju paia

annually in five installments at

ner cent Interest.--, v-

! The restaurant is bwned by Mrs.
Catherine King and her father,

John J. King, Sr. The settlement

was made -because New York

State refused to renew the restau

rant's liquor license. It went hea
vily in debt. ; ,
' Another "case was that" of i ex

Consressman Parnell Thomas of

New Jersey,; who served- time for

taking salary kickbacks, tie owes

$21,362, has a net worm oi sii,zoo,
and offered to compromise for $100.
The Treasury refused, finally a a-greed
greed a-greed to take payments from

Thomas of all his income over

$5,000 a year through tha year

1981.
MORE F.C.C.- POLITICS
More ef the Federal Communi Communications'
cations' Communications' political chickens are com

Thompson proteges: Pepper Davis

and Tony Reese. They debut at

the Copa Feb. 14th... M. Todd's
"Around the World In 80 Days"
(Hollywood experts guesstimate)
will gross the all-time high of $100
million. It is being translated In
37 languages... Pat Boone, the
song star (an ordained minister),
gets his Ph. D. In June at Colum Columbia...
bia... Columbia... Ingrid's comeback proves
that if you have talent the knife-in-the-back
is never fatal

lng home to roost.. On top. of the.
commissioners' reversal of their
examiner in the" Boston Herald
and "Traveler case, they are now
In hot water in Jacksonville, Fla.
There, the FCC politicos who de decide
cide decide who-shall get the vmulti-mil.
lion-dollar television permits., re.

versed their T own examiner and

awarded a channel to. the Florida;
Georgia TV Company.

The FCC examiner had -ruled in V

favor of the Jacksonville Broad
casting Company, but, after po

litics were pulled, the FCC revers reversed
ed reversed the nonpolitical- expert f who
spent weeks listening to : thei les- -timony
and. deciding which afppli-

rim was oesi ouaimen is tin a

public-service job for the' people

i action vme. if

After m akin ir the award? tn, tha

Florida-Georgia. TV rnmnin Sfm

now revealed that one of the chief :
promoters of that company, JHar.
old Conn,' was formerly associat associated
ed associated with the old Canone Bans', in

the Florida dog tracks. This was
not disclosed by Conn, who owns

is per cent of .the station and who

is requiredi under FCC rules ;-to

disclose his record. . r

The .TarViinnvllla BrndoHn

Company has now filed an affida- ;

vit snowing mat uonn was a cnan
writer" with the Jacksonville Ken

nel Club and the Orange Park Ken.

nel Club, largely owned by Bill
Johnston of Chicago, exposed dur

ing the Kefauver crime investiga

tion as an associate of underworld

hoodlums.

Another owner of the dog tracks

wss John Patton, Chicago gang gangster
ster gangster and former associate of Frank
"The Enforcer" Nitti.

So much evidence of politics is

ollins! uo aaainst the FCC that a

major Congressional investigation
is almost certain to result.

EX-LOBBYIST MORTON
Secretary of State Dulles Is treat

ing his former assistant secretary.

Sen. Thruston Morton of Kentuc

ky, as if he still works for the
State Department.
Morton's former Job was foreign
policy lobbyist on Capitol Hill, and
Dulles wants him to continue as a

State Department lobbyist,?: de

spite his new rank of Senator.
The Secretary of State has met
privately with Morton a dozen
times.- In addition, chief White

House lobbyist Wilton Persons has

also been putting tne pressure on
Morton to help out. But so far Mor Morton
ton Morton has refused to do any lobbying.

He has confined himself to giving

political advice. m
Dulles also wants Morton to

fight for the Administration's Mid Mid-die
die Mid-die East program on the Senate
floor. This is embarrassing for a
freshman Senator who tradition-

not heard. f'iM
MITCHELL IS MOLLIFIED
Secretary of Labor Mitchell was
all set to resign last month until
Ike talked him out of It, Mitchell
explained that he wanted' to so in into
to into private business and make
some money. t .'.'..
But Ike said be needed Mitchell

to help convince labor tnat tne

Republican party is ineir reai

friend.'

The President said ne was even
considering appointing Mitchell to
the National Security Council, thus
giving labor a voice in top foreign

Finally, 1KB lOHingiy inrrawiicui
'If vou ault. I eutt.1, Mitchell a-

greed to remain.

LEARN THAT. LATEST

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TUB PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENUt NT DAILI NEWSPAPER

FRIENDLY PARTING president Elsenhower bids farewell to King Saud u the Saudi Ara Arabian
bian Arabian monarch leaves the Whlte'House fter the two leaders wound ud their talks with an
histoiW pledge to work for peace and. ability -in the Middle East. ; At far right Is U. 5. Sec Secretary
retary Secretary of State John Foster Dulles.

Chicago Police Find No New Clues
To Mystery Death Of Two Sisters

Leflving Italian
Leader Makes Bid

r m i i l; i j t t .a: .1 xi a ib. ,, J

VuiTfArtn fTIP i-Pollce today outsKins,, o me .gJris-motner.iTAn ni

Indicated that an intensive search Mrs. Iretta Grimes, ;was unable I U IVCyaUl rUWCI

IU lUClltlljr mi J VL MIC 111 UCIUIIJ-J i ..j
ing to her daughters. VENICE, Italy, Feb. 12 (UP)-
The objects included a cigarette Left wing Socialist leader Pietro
box with an address -written in- Nenni, prepared -today for-an ele-
side, ,a pair of girl's 1 panties a venth hour attemplt to regain tht
pair of bobby socks, ; a compact, power which slipped from his

a npsucK iuoe ami a DruKen pur- nanus

Hon of a charm bracelet.

of the area where the bodies of

two teen-age sisters were iouna

turned up no new ciues,' ana in instead
stead instead confronted,, authorities with
naW.-m vsf-prv. J ri' '"

An inquest into the girls' deaths
also resumed today, but it was ex ex-i
i ex-i pected to shed little new light on

About 100 J. volunteer ipolicemen
and firenien sloshed through mud
Sunday in a seven square mile
area around ,the d'tch where the
nude and frozen bodies of Pa Patricia
tricia Patricia Grimes,', 13, and ..Barbara,

IS, wereOiscoverea Jn, n. ,4
The searchers, found Hx possi possible
ble possible clues while tramping through
the area .on the city's southwest

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Also found by the searchers was

the body of a week-old ; boy,
wrapped in a diaper and newspa newspaper,
per, newspaper, lying in a hollow near U.S.
66 and the Indiana Harbor Belt
Line Railroad tracks. '. v t
..The body was spotted ; by' Sgt.
Guy Agostino of the suburban 'Mc-

CookJpolice force and was takwn

to t'pok county morgue for an au

topsy. t-
Today's inquest included 'the
formal presentation of .. medical
reports by three pathologists and
a toxicologist who performed the
autopsy?' xv--J- v ;
r The bulk of ) their report was
released- last week and it said the
girls froze, to death,1 probably on
the,; night, they disappeared after
attending an El vis, Presley mov movie
ie movie Dec. 28. v-V '---.y
The ihedical statement '.blasted,
aconfession of the slayings r by
Bennie, (the- J)ishwasher ) Bedwell,
21, an illiterate SkidRow dish dishwasher;
washer; dishwasher; who js ; free i.o $20,000
bond .00 i two murde charges.
Bedwells. later, retrietedt hi..

There were unconfirmed reports
that he might resign if he fails,
The man who only two days ago
appeared' the "new hope" of Itali Italian
an Italian democracy goes before a hos hostile.
tile. hostile. Central Committee tonight.
: Powerful pro-dommunist a n H I

("neutral" factions, which paid lip

service 10 nisr away-trom-the-com-munists
line in ; an unanimously
passed resolution Sunday night,
ganged up on him immediately
afterwards to win a crushing ma majority
jority majority in the party's ruling body.
But while Nenni's faction is out outnumbered
numbered outnumbered two to one in the central
committee, Nenni's personal pres

tige among the rank-and-file and
among Italian voters is enorm enormous..
ous.. enormous.. With general elections due
next year,' the party could hardly
afford losing him. a -1 1

The bad trump break was

troublesome, but good play by

Al Schechter, Westchester ex

pert, assured today's slam con

tract'.- ;.:, ".. 'ir"-. "!

West opened the jack of;

hearts, and Schechter. won. In

dummy with the king. The king

and queen of spades were taken

next, and the trump break dis

closed itself. Now the problem

was to make the slam without

risking the diamond finesse.

' Schechter solved the problem

by taking the ace of hearts, ruf

fing a low heart in dummy, and

entering his hand with the aoe

of cliibs. Next he drew one more
trump with the ace and led the

queen of hearts,
East declined to ruff, where-

'upon declarer led a fourth

trump, forcing East to win. Now

East had to return a club or a
diamond, giving declarer a free
finesse In either case. South

was able to discard one dia

mond on dummy's kin pf clubs,

and the free finesse allowed him

to dispose of the other possible

loser in diamonds.

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Shepifov Says Reds ::

Recognize Historic

French-Algeria Ties
,' MOSCOW, Peb. 12 (UP) i-50-v
fct Foreign Minister Dmitri She She-piloytold
piloytold She-piloytold the Supreme Soviet to-

. nus, recognizes, the 5 "histo "historically
rically "historically formed relations between
France and Algeria."
"Our position on Algeria is ab absolutely
solutely absolutely clear; We hold that every
nation has an unalienable right to
national freedom, independe nice
and self-determination," Shepilov
said. "This 'wholly applies to the
Algeryin people .u
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deny the existence of well-known
historically formed relation! ,h.

tween France and Algeria, ;
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- "The existence of these relations
makes possible the solution, of th

Algerian and the French peoples.

Why has not this possibility hen

Utilized yet?. Why has the Algeri-I

an question developed such an ur

gent: international problem?". -,

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U GOVERNOR POTTER IS KEYNOTE SPEAKER
; JIT YMCA-USO ANNUAL DINNER

U Short, witty speeches were the order of the evening at
1 last night's itnnoal banquet of the YMCA-tSO. Keynote
' speaker Governor William E. Potter charmed the xudiene
' with blend of humor and sincerity In his tribute to the v
good work performed by the organisation.
I .. Judge Guthrie F. Crowe was re-installed as chairman
: of the committee management. William C. Schmitt was
installed as vice-chairman, David C. West man as treasurer
; and Robert C. Worsely as secretary.
Other members of the commit-!
tee of management are: Col. Hugh Mr. and Irs. William E,"0'Hayer,

M. Arnold, Eugene Askew, Lt. vol.
! Claude A. Babb, Lt. Col. Arden. L.
tf w.i,; m R.w
'Ehch"Bishop R. H. Goode'n, Com-
'minder John E. Hollingsworth,
Theodore F. Hotz, Thomas E. O
tlesby, Rev. Oscar Olsen. P a u 1
lunnwtrand, Fred DeV. sSll. John
T. Smith, Jr., Elmer B. Stevens,
Captain W. B. Tucker and Lt. J.
st rnrj;
; Gnests at e Head table includ-
H Governor and Mr Potter, Ma
jor uenerai-aw Mrs. T. L. Har-
T6ld, tear Admiral and Mrs. C. L.
i,. nraun, jaaior general anu

jrs. i-ouis i. weatn, Bni?aaieriuas"''i. w najei-, aim

Ceneral and Mrs. E W. NanierJE. R, Carufel. Mr. and Mrs. Caw

j ana 1. uovernor and Mrs. H. W.
Schull
J .Major General Louis T. Heath.
Chief Of the Staff f the narihhoan
j Command, conveyed greetings in
bekalf of the Armed Services and
j Rev. Oscar Olsen was the spokes
i man for the churches and the com com-I
I com-I m unity.
t Theodore F. Hott was toastmas toastmas-,
, toastmas-, ter for the evening.
! ehange of pace was introduced
i y tho entertainment which con con-,
, con-, swted M an exhibition of magic by
liaA'.d Lan' nd Bobby
j barber piano selections..
Kocepfioii
j At Union Club
. The Minister nf Vnmlam d.i
tIJ and Mrs. Aquilino Boyd have
jssued invitations ,to reception to
'f jwld t the Vnion Qub tonight
; at .7:30 in honor of the Fourth re-
, UMOn Of the Inter-Am rir an
fional Committee on Cattle-farm
Sanitation.
House 1
At Roll. VM
Children's Hem
'. Members of the board of admin administration
istration administration of the.BtUa Vista Chil Chil-Home
Home Chil-Home will hold Open House
Jt the Home Thursday from 4 p.m.
to p.m. ,
. Mrs.. Charles Morgan fa .wiiiir-
wt the floral decorations for the
occasion. ..'. e
' fcfuneh will be served by some of
"T. olufr cnuaren who are i n-
,-?a,ei? conduct Tisitors on
onn throuth the bniidw
ft?attend m tovited
IvereHt As noun ce
rthOSon
SVh did e ni Mrs-
mes Walter Everett announce
the bur Ji of a son Jan. 7, at the
Scino Hospital in Encino, Calif-
Jrnia. The baby has been named
ames Marshall.
V4lrs. Everett is the former t-
laiae Aon O'Hayer, daughter of

SPANISH COURSE
UNIVERSITY OF PANAMA
Intensive Spanish Coarse for Enrlteh-speakinr people at
the University i Panama from February tl te April 17.
CI awes on Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday Thursday.

BEGINNERS:
INTERMEDIATE:
.ADVANCED:
Registration at Secretary's
4 to 7 p.m. Credits will be
having High

See The ICE FROLICS
in the Bella Vista Room
from tonight thru Sunday!

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yp ENTRY CHARGE NO MINIMUM
COVER CHARGE at Show Timo $1.50 poraon
CLAREhCg WARTinTS Orchattra' Plaja for Oaneinf

CaU Uaftrt 'd'hMei; -tM
for reservatkms
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mi ehMTor tau tob ttink!"

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U.nMjrt ;n r toi.u rnlifnr-
ni Th nmuri father is nresentlv
icaiutiia as vnuvan n.

attending Officers Training School,y rftt. r.thS?
! in Ft. Sill. Oklahoma. He is an t-fif J f the n Cat hedral
jlumnus of Cristobal Wgl i Seboo i St, Luke, JA MSn
class of 'S3, and the son of Lt. Col.," Ja Jdef;the dueUon
land Mrs. Myron A. Everett who: "S!1.,!
at the time were-stationed at Ft SW" J? f"

Sherman, and at present wide.;;"'.-
in c.ni. riifnm,ia ana auractions.

The baby's great-grondmother is
! Mrs. C. A. Chase, of Margarita,.
wuo wiu ner son r. wswn
Chase, has just returned from
"'i" l" iuwiu i mm i-
fel and their three children live
GraaaHa Hills California
Ft. Culick
NCO Wives
Elect Offieers
The Ft. Gulick NCO Wives Club
held their regular monthly business
meeting. -recently in the Bamboo
Room of the club with Mrs. Nancy
Johnson presiding. ;
Election of officers for the next
months was held and the following
officers were elected: president,
Mrs. Hester Hartley; vice-president,
Mrs. Francis Gilbert; secre secretary,
tary, secretary, Mrs. Viola Hirn; treasurer,
Mrs. Josephine Orsini; board of
governors: Mrs. Irmgard Morri Morrison,
son, Morrison, Mrs. Betty Townsend. Mrs.
Alice Stachowiak, and Mrs. Delia
Vinas.
Members present Were the Mes-
dames. Clara Hoilenbaugh, Candy
Gardner. Jessie Hess, Connie Hosk Hosk-ing
ing Hosk-ing .Gilberts Brown. Rita Gomez.
Lee Hunter, Josephine Orisini, Nan
cy jonnson, Hutu Alaenben. Ursula
Spenco, Francis Gilbert, Connie
Jones,- Alice Stachowiak: Bet It
Townsend, Katherine Killip. Irm-
gard Morrison, Marvi Rodriguez
Irene Place. Delia Vinaa Vim

S13,.yed- V" Pclt. Hesteifron, p, r A De Biese

Hartley,
Mrs. Joanna York and lira. Ma Maria
ria Maria Hanson were Quests for the
evening.'
Mrs. Ruth Jtaengen won 'the
wmio eiepnant.
Delicious refreshments w r
servded by Candy Gardner, Connie
Hoskmg, and Nancy Johnson.
Card Croup
Balboa Women's Club
The Card Group of the Balboa
Woman's Club is meeting for cards
and refreshments on Thursday aft afternoon
ernoon afternoon at the home of Mrs, Maja
Nordeng quarters number 2801-B
Tamarind Street Cocoli. Dessert
and coffee will be served at 12:33

' 'cservauons can tne hostess
es: Mrs. Nordeng at. 254143, Mrs ..1r10 ; players on Panama
Marv Aanun t 9.1VT nn M'"W CBnal Zona l nnrHioll

Hock at 2-3728.

From I to 6 p.m.
From to 7 p.m.
From 7 to I p.m.

Office from 9 to 12 and from
riven. If desired, to student
School. Diploma.

Entertaining
Additional new acts!
Tonight at -11 p.m.
Ved., Tbura, & Fri.
' 10 p.m.
- -(Compitta
now
show and costumes
from Friday)

B4
. A Kirkeky Betel

p.

anama
Itlwtmx -9:00 0 'i.4'.
I Pacific Nayy Wives'
I Club Will Tour Taboga
Pacific Navy Wives'1 Club ,w i 1 1
tour Taboga Island on Thursday.
Al members; are: invited to bring
their hnshands. Guests and 'pros 'prospective
pective 'prospective members: are welcome; also-,;
'j vt '4"
t t (!-.- J
The' group- will assemble on! the
pier at Itodman Naval Station' prior
to 8:30 a.m.
Plans Underway
For St. Luke's
spring Festival
-
. rian.s got unqerway on weanes-
The date for this vesr's Talr is
March 2. anil as in previous .years
i location will hp MnprnmU r.V
idens afCaflo Morgan s G,r"
Projects1 already in oroeress and
their chairmen are: White-Ele-
inSiTmUhZi ikwZ
. I ?!5f: 3L M.ei W?1"
graphy, ,pul Kline; Cake Sale
niuicfi uy ,me, flitur uuitOf airs.
Dorothy Everson; Break the bish bish-s
s bish-s -and Batf Mail, Edward' Lucas;
Soda and IcWCream, J.. BVFields:
Book Corner; Mrs. Annette Fields;
Bazaar,' sponsored by the Morning
Giild, .Mrs -Mary Jane Weade;
Craft, Work,' sponsored .by. it ha
Youth kGroup: Mrs:.-Franceiisftm-

merford, jarbecue. spdnsored by sides of cake. OuUine edge of cake
T-.cl.Walteryes4with double row of red candy
Beanjar, :Mrs. A. B. Rigby; Feel hearts, or decorate as' desired.

ntog Guild, Mrs. Mildred) Rower;
isn .Pond- snonsorei) hv th
dergarten Dept.,' Mr. and "Mrs.
omim and -an undisclosed projectj
77' i mempers .of t h e
Recant Guests
At Hetel fanainonte,,.,
- Among recent guesi t the Ho-
.i5IIami,I,ie-at ?Wte- are Mr.
ad,Mrs. Fedeneo Bawpr fm. u.
"t vi' nu -,mrs. Manuel Fran Fran-Z&JWrPWl
Z&JWrPWl Fran-Z&JWrPWl Mr. and Mrs.
ir7Z pJi Ilie",,(i,uell,tf
--?5"' :.Eanana; Mr. R. W.
Valentine Ceffe ;
'To'Organhw
Airmea's Wives1
All Albrook airm'. -.i..--. 1
t e Albrook Service Center The
PffP0.se of the meeting t"to org.
Airmen's Wives' aub.
Winners Of Aneen
..Winners of the bridge toum.
ment held Monday at HotSn'
I V70Meirr;tf S I Mr!
"hi (first), Mr. and Mrs. ai
wander (second). Mrs. A M
j and Mrs. V. Pollack (third)
h.ij I T."ieJ,n tne tournament
.ifld,ve,ryi,MoBday 70'clock at
the Tivoli Quest House.
Requiem Mass
A requiem mass w'll be held
Saturday morning at o'clock
in St. Paul's Church for the
late Xordeav Vtetor Moore.
Mr. Moore died In Gorgas
Hospital Jan. is after n long
illness. He in survived 1y bis
"other, Mrs. Helena R Moore,
and hit' brother, Lionel O.
Moore, who-are sponsoring the
mass.
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FINE WITH fruit punch, this pretty lemon-flavored Valentine
party cake is not a bakery specialty; but easy home mix.

By CAYNOR MADDOX
NEA Food and Markets Editor

HERB'S a say suggestion for
ihnf v entine Dartv vour teen-ag-
) tiairo. auHtlanlv Hppldfid tO tOSS.
Lemon Flake Valentine Cake
One package instant lemon flake
cake-mix, beat 'n eat frosting,' red
candy-hearts.
Prepare cake mix according to
package directions, baking, in two
heart-shaped 9-inch layer pans,
cool, ' " ' '"
Spre?id?beat 'o eat frosting be be-teweeh
teweeh be-teweeh layers and over top and
Beat 'n Eat Frosting
Two egg whites, unbeaten; Vh
cups sugar, V teaspoon cream of
tartar,: teaspoons vanuia, V4 cup
boiling water.
Combine egg whites, sugar,

Ike Takes New Step To Get Govt.
Out Of Competition With Industry

WASHrNGTOr, Feb. 12 (UP)-
Preaident Eisenhower ordered an
other step today, in the adminis administration's
tration's administration's drive to get the govern-.
ment. ut f of cpmpetition,, .wttn
private indpstry.'- r ; i"' '4
At the direction of the President;,
Budget Director Percival Brun-
dage requested every government
department and agescy to evalu evaluate
ate evaluate its -commercial and industrial
activities with a view toward
dropping as many as possible.
Reports on the review, an ex expansion
pansion expansion of a continuing adminis administration
tration administration study of the problem, are
due by April 15.-Thp Budgt Bu Bureau'
reau' Bureau' said a special time schedule
will be set for the Defense Depart Department,
ment, Department, Ordinary Business Channels
Brundage said the new order is!
b8ed on administration policy
that "the federal government will
not start or carry on anv commer
cial-industrial activity to provide
a service or product for its own
use if such product or service
can be procured from private en-
terprise through, ordinary business
cnanneis."
"Exceptions to this policy," h
said, "shall be made by the head
of the agency only where it is
clearly demonstrated in each case
that it is not in the public interest
to procure such product or service
from private enterprise."
Private industry has complained
in the past that It is being hurt
by such government activities as
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rream nf tartar and vanilla in mix
ing bowl; mix well. 'Add .Boiling
water and beat at high speed of e e-lectric
lectric e-lectric beater or with turdy egg
beater until mixture will stand in
stiff peaks 10 to 12 minutes.
Makes 5 eupS frosting. 'If desir
ed, tint pink with a few drops of
red food coloring. s
Note: Store cake uncovered to
prevent frosting from becoming too
soft.
Sweet Strawberry Punch
" (Makes I quarts, or about
20 servings)
One package strawberry s o f V
drink Dowder. 1 cup sugar, 2 cups
pineapple juice; tablespoon lem
on juice, i quarts waier ,wnn ice
cubes.
Combine all ingredients: Stir un until
til until dissolved. 1
the post exchanges operated at
various military installations. A
number of these have been closed
if the same products are available
nearby .stores
, .... -. f -if
Service Activities ;
The new order concerns parncu-j
larly "services" activities. These
womiu mciuae cusioaiai worn pe-
formed by employes o the, Post
uttice and General services Ad
ministration, duplicating, blue

printing ana pnotostating oy a painted in various abstract and
large aumber vof agencies, auto serai-abstract styles .-All are
mobile repair t services and ga done with, much Jove and care
rages, and radio, repair work done and great technical skill. The
by the U.S. Information Agency way the paint is put on the can can-The
The can-The Budget Bureau said th vr reveals the artist's sincere
government was esgaged in 19,321 joy of painting,
commercial and industrial activi-j Whether she does oil fields,

ties as of last May. It said 10,850,
of these fall in the services cate category
gory category covered by the new order.
It said, the government's invest
ment in these 10.850 activities is
nearly 125.4 million' dollars. Thev!
employ 54,275 persons.
Rmirwl irf a aimMkneiMJ lia-U.
cessity for prompt and orderly
ction in terminatini-" pnMm,.i9i
and industrial activities if the
head of an agency finds it reason
ably possible to do so."
He instructed government Wen
cies to "give adequate 'notice to
communities and employes in ad advance
vance advance of discontiruing or curtail
ing activities and to assist em
ployes, as necessary, in finding
omer employment."
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WINNING

h. in a aal

' Each notice far inclusion in this
column should be submitted in

type-written form and mailed to J
.i l i tl. A j I
cial and Otherwisa," or delivered
bv hand te the office, Notice of
mcctingi cannot be r accepted by
talcphen.
Anglo-Panamanian
Society Meets -At
Union Club
A group of Panamanians who
received their education in Great
Britain and British Residents m
Panama decided at a meeting last
August to reactivate the old "So "So-ciedad
ciedad "So-ciedad Amigos de Inglaterra" on a
new basis as an Anglo-Panamanian
Society to further" cultural
and friendly Interchange between
Panama and Great Britain.
aiiniiin a ilia uicau jjl iibui
All arrangements have now beenP
completed for a general meeting
to launch the "Sociedad Anglo-fa-namena
de Cultura" to be hold
at the Union Clut on Thursday, at
8 p.m. All Panamanians and Brit British
ish British residents who are interested in
the aims of the Society 'are cor
dially invited to .attend the meet meeting.
ing. meeting. s
I.A.W.CBoard,
To Meet Tomorrow ; r-
The Board of the Inter-Americaa
"Er-m r::: uV

HUH1CH9 V1UU Wiii 41, ukl lnJ.
tel Tivoli tomorrow-momlng-, t1"" fe?f 'A"ly,
9 tn AH mpmher an asked to at I ln)ther- "e S8ySl 'PePle Who talk
s.jo Ail, members are asket to at d ,k j A lki v f t tf d

tend
WAKE fRIFNDS
'. i.','. : "'r-
Even if they, are going
"steady," a girl doesu t tele
phone -a bay just to talk.- If she
nas to get in toucn witn nim
and has a really good reason for
calling, tnat is a different mat
ter. However, a trumped-up rea
son rarely foolg a young man.
; He knows when a girt oo oo-iiijj
iiijj oo-iiijj the chasing ha would prefer
to do himself. s i v
Stravinsky's Wife
Has First IIY Show
01 Oil Paintings
NEw VORTC (UP Vera
Stravinsky; Wife of the world-
ramous composer, Igor stravui'
sky, has her first New York
show at. the Tolas Gallery,
on view are s6me 20 pictures
swamps,; harbors, parks, Holly
wood boulevards or springtime
forests she seems always- to be
attracted by the imponderables
and nop by the obvious features
of her subjects,
She weaves into these charm-
Incr ranvftses th Mch1 ftrht of
the visual experiences that
strike echoes in her romantic
fantasy, These subtle, fleeting
memories are conjured by de
lightful color harmonies. Her
line is decisive, cool and often
carries reminiscences of Indus Indus-trial
trial Indus-trial constructions.
"In every canvas I wanted to
capture an experience in all its
freshness and truthfulness,"
Mrs. Stravinsky said in an in interview.
terview. interview. "Sometimes people want to
distract me from my aim. Tne
other day an author suggested
that I try taking a new. 'wonder
drug' that ia supposed to give
you moment of aupreme pleas
ure. He told me that a rose
would appear to me a thousand
times more beautiful than it
really is. I told him that I don't
want to. see ; rosea rUfferentt?
than 'they are. For me reality la
more valuable in Its truthful truthfulness
ness truthfulness than in -any. even the most
gorveoua, disguise. 1
"For me art is like love.
fPalntings are roads to happi
ness." t v r i -j
Asked whether iha thinlM love
always-makes a person happy,
she replied:
"No. When one Is younr and
does not know" the ways of love,
one is often very unhapp..The
same thins: Is trn for art. But
once one get familiar with th
techniques of. Hying-.-lovinjr andj
paintinsr. once one knows whr.t
one reaiiy wanu and rww-rmt
has to co obout it to ert it. love
an art will make a person hap happy."
py." happy." ... ..'

1- rz9r

By MRS. MURIEL LAWRENCI

AT four, Andv balks at comine
io meats, delaying nis mocner's
work. r-
So at mealtimes she tries to
bribe him to be "nice" to her hy
being "nice" to him. She'll pre pretend
tend pretend great interest in the building
of blocks he's erecting, saying,
"My, what a big house you're mak making
ing making V Js it going to have a gar garage
age garage Come 'along to lunch and
ten me about it
But Andy always senses hi? mo
ther's fear 'of him behind these
Words of simulated Interest. It up upsets
sets upsets him. He doesn't like being
the dependent of a protector who
suifers from fear of him. :
So he says angrily. "Go away.
i .. i. ..
pen appeal for unfrightened action
trom his mother gts him nowhere.
Instead oV picking him.' up and
bearing him .out to the kitchen,
she just experiences more' resent resentment'
ment' resentment' at-hUa.for,, increasing, her
helplessness. 1
She goes On .talking!; She, lays,.
"Is that the way to speak to your
Mommv? Don't you know I love
you and want you to be a good
hoy? Come to lunch now...."-
in a recent issue of tne Ladies
Home Journal, Dr. Erich Fromm
not" realise' that there 'are, certain
Expelled US Naval
Moscovy To Strains
MOSCOW; Feb,'l2 (t'P)-.A,XJ.S.
NavaJ attache expelled, by' the So Soviet
viet Soviet government as an ; alleged
spy 'left Moscow 'yesterday with
the proud slate of the; American
colony."' ' r
Marine Capt. Paul R. Ufffelman
and his wife, Shirley, entrained
for Berlin, with the stirring strains

of the Marine hymn .ringing in i Washington -with U.. S. SecreUry
thCir ears, As the train pulled but of State John ; Foster DuileS- and
of the station; the Marine unit at-1 other State Department officials,
tached to the U. S. Embassy ani K would be his first' visit td Wash Wash-nearljr"
nearljr" Wash-nearljr" too American Embassy ington; iji almost a year.
personnel1 joined In singing thef One of the main topics t of tha

song. It probably was tlie first
time the Marine hymn was heard
in a public 1 place in the Soviet
Union. ?..'."'
Uffelman.' of Ft.- Wavne.'lnd..
and Navy Lt. William Lewis, Tf
uuuine, uKia.j were oraereo to
leave the Soviet Union, last week.
Lewis was vacationing in : "West
Germany when the expulsion- or orders
ders orders were-handed' to Ambassador
Charles E. Bohlen.
Uffelman and Lewis were the
third-, and fourth American Em Embassy
bassy Embassy military attaches expelled
on spy charges in the- past two
weeks MBj. Hubert TanSey 'and
Capt. Charles i Stockell were the
others. . i
,h, Soviet government"' accused
Uffelman and Lewis of photo photographing
graphing photographing military objectives dur-!
uigavislt to Leningrad, (The ex-
$lilHant
$274.3

u .Yl'u, a yaVSj. 1957 EST. :
' .,T, 1 VlTw rTal IST.-
S266.0 J27U $27U ; r $2718 J270.6 $2691

DEBTS A LONG HAUU-Somrthlng of an ttnderttmtement ;

, was President Eisenhowers

l message that rxhe SnecMSlve reductions la the debt Tram 1951
- through I99B ai-e modest in relation to its size." That's appar j
, ent on Kowschart above, which shows bow the Increaaet ( cross-1

batch) in the public debt during 19JS, 19S4 and 1933 wore

turned into reductions in 19S and (estimated 1957 and 1931.1
' Budget surpluses of those yeors were used to reduce tha dab t.1

Only 91.4 bUIioa of 1958's 1.8

WHO'S AFRAIO OF THE BIG, BAD . .?' The B. Bad
Wolf doesal frighl-n tiws iiuic It a. wo girt, who probably
wonders how LfUe rUd Riding hood could bate been fooled,
by such a phony. Wt!f as part ai an exhibit in a Soman shop
w4nJow, drmisins a ctsildren's book that eonUm the aiory
mi d puctU Bosso" nutti Red Eidmg Hood" U yoo,

acts to which one must commit

oneself if one is really going to
learn anything. The person who
wants to swim, for instance, can
talk with a swimming .teacher all
he wants to but he- can never
learn to swim until he commits
himself to trust the carrying pow power
er power of the water."
Many parents fear taking direct
action toward children.
We can read child psychology
books until our brains are jam
med with information on how- to
!"1, toward -Andy and s re-
main incapable of committing
ourselves to the carrying power
of action toward him. K ,,
This is the weakness of parent e e-ducation.
ducation. e-ducation. Though the experts can
tell us -what to do. 'they eannot
swing us over the chasm; that
lies between doing and fear of do-
lng- i,'.-.t
They can't 'endow Andy's tno'ti-,
er-'witKthe self -trust she neeil
to 'ieap into the unknown '""cprtse-'
quence of acting toward him, feel
ing,"- 'This .thing I do seems so
right to me that I can't be. .both .bothered
ered .bothered fussing about its consequen- -ces.4'
' r: ;
Oftenr' parents -who .fear, action
toward children, were' victims of
childhood overprotectiOn.- They
dare, not give themselves, to any.
risky action because .they f wsr
denied discovering how- often it
blesses us.- '- ; ;
Attache Leaves
Of Marine Hymn
pulsion order followed : an Ameri American
can American protest against the' manhan manhandling
dling manhandling of the two' officers and their
detention ,v by J police during the
Leningrad visit.) v :' 1 1
Bohlen was. at the Belorusskaya
station to bid Uffelman' godspeed.
The ambassador planned to leave
Feb. 21 for 10 days of talks In
i-uiisuiiiiuujis was expeciea to do
the accelerated Soviet campaign
aimed, at convincing Russians
and -the-rest, of tho wotldthit
the United. States was- engaged ia
a massive effort to infiltrate Rus Russia
sia Russia with spies and saboteurs in
order to overthrow the Soviet gov-'
ernment. i ', , )
A charge that the United Stalei
was the first .country in history
to "elevate subversive -activity to
the level of state' policy'? was
made last week-, by -Foreign 'Ministry'-
press chief Leonid F.. Iljr-cv-
-
. -Bohlen also "presumablv- would
report' on the stiffening of Soviet
policy internally and in foreign af affairs,
fairs, affairs, with, particular stress on the
deterioration of ralations between
Russia and the United States
since the uprising Jn, JIuagary.
$2718 $270.6
remark in, bis fiscal 193t budget j
billion surplus will be so applied.
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723 PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER
AG FITS

TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 12, 195?

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CUB SCOUTS! PACK 12 GATUN: Left to right (sitting) Wardie ; Redman, Robert Thomas,' -Richard
Dueaii Peter McBride. Orrin Clement, BUly White, Billy Wray. (Standing Den Chief
SSStopff Andrew MeS, Henry Shirk. Arthur, Manjkas. Ivan Klasovak?. Tom Coffin,
Stephen Rocker Den QhiefEdKar Hanson.; ; ,rt, I J ''

Scout News

. J Story and Pictaies
By RONALD FAUNCE
"Eyes in the Sky" Cubscout Cubscout-Ing's
Ing's Cubscout-Ing's theme .lor last month, was
celebrated by Cub Scouts ot
Pack 12, Gatun on Red Feather
Hill, as guests of Mr. and Mrs.
Charles Herrman and Ronald
Faunce of the Panama Canal
Amateur Astronomy duo.
. Mrs. Herrman gave the boys
a short talk on the constellation
Orion, h and .... Herrman showed
them the nebulae in the center

, star of Orion's sword through
1 1 1 M J 1 1 J. J. t

ins a iiiun reiiecbur telescope.

The boys also viewed Sirius
(Dog Star), and the Pleiades
(Seven Sisters) in the' Constel

lation Taurus, the Bull.

The boys present were, Den 2,
Billy White, Andrew Metzgar,
Orrin Clement, Peter McBride,
Arthur Manikas, Thomas Cof Coffin,
fin, Coffin, Billy i Wray and Stephen
Rocker; Den 3, Henry Shirk,
Wardie Redman, Robert Thom Thomas,
as, Thomas, Ivan glasovsky, Richard
Cooner. Richard Duean. Also

present were Den Chiefs Edgar

Hanson of Den 2 and Thomas
Dugan of Den 3, parents of the
boys, Den Mothers, and Cub
Master Mr. G&yle Fortner.

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BILLY WRAY, John Pettier,- Ivan Klasovsky, Henry Shirk,
Wardie .Redman, Orrin Clement Mr. Charles Herrmann at
the telescope with Peter McBride.

NATO Commander Takes Issue
Vith Britain's Cutback Plans

- LONDON, Yeb.' 12 (UP)

' Norsta. warned tonight that Cen

tral Eruope wouia lacea w
IIia "1111114 could .not

erssD It IfTfATO ground forces

were too weak to repel an
Tb U,' B; Air Porde general
look polite but .sharp issue with

Britain S pians 10 xeuuce us uuur
tary manpower and rely more on
nuclear .weapons. But Prime Min Minister
ister Minister Haroty Jtficmillan reiterated
his -position that', ."we in this
country .'jplan ', to ; te-shape our
defense,,. .; t
--."-. -?.' ''
Both, men, presented" the con conflicting;
flicting; conflicting; views of the .British gov government
ernment government which Is worried about
flnances-and the NATO, command
which- is worried, about .the low

Uvd .'of MATO manpower at

dinner tendered by ; the English'
Speaking Union.'" .;r ;
Mrfr.fad TnaAti' it clear that

planned British cuts, would, reduce

NATO, to a point below iock iock-bottomior
bottomior iock-bottomior ,defense...,.. t .;.
Below Minimum ,.
Addressing newsmen on Jus ar arrival
rival arrival from Paris NATO headquar?
ters, Norstad said the. British
NATO forces, -'which .include 4our
divisions ia West .Germany are
"roughly minimum below. which
we could not, reasonably expect
to carry, out. our jobJf,, --
Later' at the dinner, Norstad
expanded his argument and criti criticized,
cized, criticized, excessive .reliance ., on nuclear-weapons.
"

"The shield (NATO) still needs
men," he said;.'
."New technologies, however de-

Msivplv .thnv jmav?t.'looni' in anv

final balancing," are1 tot in them-

seives able to flow me European

air and ground. ' '
"It would be folly to assume
that long-range aiMtriking forces
alone could successfully maintain
the deterrent force and meet the

commitments of the alliance."
' Ruin Combat Potential

Norstad said bluntly that NATO

was at rock-bottom strength for

coping with any attack and -fur-

fho rorln.tinnd wfflllri mill it.ft

combat potential against an all-

out attacx.
F.wtihiallv. retaliatory forces

Could be organized to throw out

an anacser, ne saw, oui central
Europe would be overrun first.

"Disentangung invader from' m-

viided Woull' be a -process 1 so

hideous that no compassionate

mind could ; entertain : it," j he
warned.. ''

"The shield forces, they must

be strong ; enough to hold.

."They are not yet that strong."
Mncmillan nromised that the

re-shaping of Britain's defenses

and military commitments would
not result in scrapping the British

aeiense estnrik .iv; T

,J, Substantial Rtduction

-: JT ha defined that TP-limnir

in Parliament as a I "substantial

reduction ;- in expenditures .and

Resolution Asks
US To Ban Mexican

Airline Fli

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SAN 'FRANClSCOv T'eb', 12
(UP) The 8 an Francisco board
of supervisors adopted a resolu resolution
tion resolution yesterday asking the U.S.
government to' consider banning
a Mexican Airline- from- flying
inti thla inunrv unless' Mexico

grants reciprocal privileges to

an American amine.'
The resolution was aimed at

Mexicana.de AViacion, wnjen
flloa trnm "Mpvlnn PitV to LOS

Aneeles. The board felt that

Western Air Lines snouiq do al allowed
lowed allowed to fly from Los Angeles to

Tiif avlin

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During the debate preceding

adoption or ine resoiuuon,,- bu bu-nervisor
nervisor bu-nervisor Francis McCarty 'Said

tor vpurs western has been de

niori -ntrw into Mexicd despite

the fact it has permission from

the VS. ROVernmeni w ao bu, ne
aM t MerU'.a would not let the

American line fly over its terri territory,
tory, territory, the United States should

do the same to me roexicvn

airline. 1

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finish H in three trip to the store'"

3 Democratic Solons Denounce
Ike's Middle East Resolution

niicmNRiviM-ii'iV n ftTPi itioii that Mr. Eisenhower "did not

Three Democratic senators today draft the resolution" and did not

UI1UUOVBIJU TT M i. ... V.

Polio-Gripped Dad
Crawl For Help As
2 Kids Die In fire
MILFORD. Conn.. Feb. 12 (UP)

Two children died in a fire to

day while then- polio-cnppiea latn latn-er
er latn-er crawled frantically to a neigh neighbor's
bor's neighbor's home for help.! His wife and
another child escaped. f '

Police recovered the bodies of

Kevin H a r x i g a n, 2, and hi
2-month-old sister,. Mary Ellen,
from the ruins of the .two-story

home at Laurel Beach:
Police said the father, Dennis F

Harrigan, an ttosney who. has

been Confined to a wheel chair

tor two years, was awakened by
smoke in his first floor bedroom.

His cries awakened his wife on
the second floor. Mrs. Harrigan

grabbed a son, Dennis Jr., 4, and

tied into the yard.
Harrigan wheeled himself to the
porch, rolled from his chair and

lurched across the uawn to the

nome of Ms neighbor, John Casey.
But by the time Casey and two
policemen ran to the Harrigan
home it was enfiulfed in flamen.

Two ladders they raised to bed

room windows caught fire.
Mrs. Harrigan had to be' re
strained by police from reentering
the flaming home,
Authorities said the fire appar

ently started in the kitchen on the

first floor next to Harrigan's bed bedroom.
room. bedroom. Its cause was not deter

mined immediately;

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Britain has been dickering with
the -United States for supplies of

negotiating with Jordan to close

its bases in me -jmacue x.si
country. v. t
Macmillan promised that there
would be no slackening of defense

efforts. .-'.' '.":,'"-'
"On the contrary, we mean to
make them more effective,"- he
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denounced President Elsenhower's

Middle East resoiuuon as -unconstitutional,"
"unprecedented" and
request for "blank check"; au authority
thority authority to make wars and .spend

money. : ...
On the other hand, Gen. Alfred
M. Gruenther, former Allied com commander
mander commander in Europe, endorsed it as
the keystone of an effective U.S.
policy that Would help halt Rus Russia's
sia's Russia's "vicious meddling" in the
Middle East.
Gruenther submitted his state statement
ment statement at the final public session

of the combined Senate Armea

Services-Foreign Relations com committee.
mittee. committee. The group is scheduled to
start drafting its version of the
President's resolution tomorrow.

Democrats attacking Ir. Eisen

hower's nronosal were Sens. 3. W.

Fulbright (Ark), Joseph C. O'Ma
honey (Wyo) and Wayne Morse

(Ore). All nave ouerea suosutute

plans on proposed amendments..

ftiiDrient cnargea in a aenats

sneech that the President was

seeking "unprecedented authority
to make wars and to spend money
without i restriction.", He said its
adoption would mean that "naked
executive power'.' ruled the na

tion.
Fulbright said that the plan" rep

resents "a blank grant of power
over our funds &nd armed forces
to be used in a blank way,- for a
blank length of time, tinder blank
conditions, with respect to blank
nations, in a blank area."

: O'Mahoney told the senate com

mittee that the resolution would

"break down the system of checks
and balances which the framers
of the Constitution believe to be
the bulwark of government by the

people."
Morsel a member of the For

eign Relations Committee, said
the proposal was "unconstitution

al.".'.
Gruenther. now president of the

American Red Cross, said the

United States must have "flexibil

ity to cope with the unexpected.'

He said he was ready to "sup-4

port granting such confidence to

tne President.

I would add that questioning,

let alone denying such confidence,

seems to me to constitute a heavy
millstone for us to carry into this

battle, he said.

Gruenther said the Middle East

threat is "no less pressing" than

that which led to creation of the

North Atlantic Treaty Organiza

tion.

He was unable to appear before

the committee and submitted bis

statement for the record.

The session was marked by a

brief clash between O'Mahoney

and Sen. Homer Capehart. It was

touched off by O'Mahoney's asser-i

were complaining about.

Capehart said it did not "serve
the best interests of tre United

States" to say that the President
"cannot read the English lan

guage." O'Mahoney ; said he had

not said that.
Capehart protested when Chair

man Theodore F. Green (D-RI)

rapped the session to a close be
fore Capehart completed his ques
tioning. Capehart said he was end

ing his questioning "under pro

test."
In his testimony. O'Mahoney pro

posed that Congress amend the

resolution to remove any "blank

cnecs authority over funds: re

quire the President to confer with

Congress on an hour by hourk
basis before sending troops to the
Mideast, and give- Congress "the

reasons lor. snipping any troops

'At.

Economic Adviser
Says. Ike Plans No

Wage-Price Conlrols

. WASHINGTON. Feb. 12 fUP'

Dr. Gabriel Hague. President Ei

senhower's chief economic advis

er, said today he does not believe

the President plans to impose

wage-price controls "now or in

the foreseeable future."

He said be thinks Mr. Eisenhow

er is trying to achieve both hieh

prosperity and "reasonably" sta stable
ble stable prices "without resorting to a
strait-jacket of direct controls."
Hague, in a generally optimistic
report on the economy, said" the

Dusiness outlook "is for a good
1957, presumably better than
1956." The basic outlook is "stur

dy, ne said, with certain "ele "elements
ments "elements of strength" lifting it above

last year.

Appearing on the MBS radio

program, Reporters Roundun"

Hague was asked about recent

statements by Mr. Eisenhower
and Commerce Secretary Sinclair
Weeks on the question of imposing

wge-pnce controls as an anti-

inflationary step.
The President told his news

conference last week that the

government, might have to move
l with "controls of some kina"

unlets business and labor hold

down wage and price increases.

Weeks said later he saw no need
for such action.

Hague said Mr. Eisenhower's

statement actually was part of his
general' appeal for policies that
would "avoid" the need for con

trols. He said he believes the

President Is "hopeful" that volun

tary action will suffice.

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lTESDAY, FEBRUARY W, M5Y
Panama Meets' Cuba For-. Second Time Series

f

i!onne Sheetz Named To Oppose
Veteran Cuban Conrado Marrero
l HAVANA, Feb, 12 (UP) Panama's Cerveza
Calboa team, which copped her first victory of the
.Ninth Caribbean Series last night by defeating fa

vored Venezuela 2-to-l behind the six-hit hurling of

. it ma lull muniii uiaio vuva iuiukii wi vii

, time since the series began last Saturday,
i v ; Righthander Ronnie Sheetz, who lost to Cuba
, irv Panama's first outing, will oppose veteran Cuban
hiiVler Conrado Marrero. Puerto Rico and Venezue-
, v la; meet in the lidlifter which gets under way at 7
i o'clock.

"-Puerto Rico and Cuba arc now
- ;tied for first dace in the cham
pionships. The second round be be-g
g be-g jtoday.
. i .. The unexpected defeat f
V 'lezuela by Panama by a score
of 3-1 w?rs another piece Of bad
yc-y. that has pursued tha Vn-
r, Jj'pds sincev the start, last
f rrdPv. Venezuela was consid consid-e
e consid-e "A a'-l'kely winner of the Ee Ee-r'S'
r'S' Ee-r'S' In the nre-game predictions.
V Emilio Cueche al'owed
rrj'v fovr hits his fellow players
not fare eqi'Mlv well Fsf,rist
i rvown. Also they committed
J tnree errors which bous'h!', in
itr"w'ni!rc runs for ranama
Tm.la.fit. n1orbt spnnrt finf
nigrt's se'-oici
,r "Hpf Jose (panta'OneS) ST
T.-"VOI PUTTO R'CO PMOWe-1 nn-
-ree scn-ttprea ruts by tne
"s pn1 tH Pnric'.s won
envp Puerto Ri'i two
nrt cio joss for th Rerie".
$ni"'rn striifk nut lnr'-r, nri-'
rvi backed up to the "ni of

L.entuclcy, Bradley Suffer
!hversalslnRoad Games

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YORK. Feb. 12-'-.'UP)
i i p.kv and Biaaiey. vwo oi
lir- -aS; en's five top teams, both
in i fi-ed "insult" In road-game
V & Monday night, but when
i'-.Histv settled' today it wa
i- t thaU Bradley had the
41 -trtti ttv ranked -No. 3 In the
'- "Ion ''went tumbling.- 8'.1-81;
- - -qre Mississippi 8 i 4 1 e at
, rrkvllle,,.Miss. only "the
JTth loss in 21 games for the
'icats but still leaving them
' f.h a half -game lead and a
jhedule edge In the Southeast
ianlerence. r
Bradley, ranked No.- 5.p 5.p-p.d'
p.d' 5.p-p.d' i 86-85 heartbreaker to
lvake-at Des Moines, Iowa,.and
-cropped a half-game behind
bath Wichita and St. Louis In
the Missouri Valley chase.
i till think we're in pret-v
tyyood shape," said Keutucky
coacB Adolph Rupp after the
r,eurplise defeat, pointinj out
I thafhis Wildcats st U ha,
.fcadVer Vanderbllt hi the vl--;Hali
toss column with an 8-2
record against 8-3 and, what a
more, all four of the Wildcats'
-remaining league games are
on' their home court at Lex Lexington,
ington, Lexington, Ky. ....
, Braaiey, on mc uui
now has only a 6-1 record in its
loon against 7-1 for both Wichi Wichita1
ta1 Wichita1 and St Louis. And the Braves,
.whc face two games each a-
- eairlst their chief rivals, must
play five of their seven remain remain-In"
In" remain-In" league games on the road.
. sophomore Bailey Howell was
;. th SDarkPlue of Mississippi
ct.t.v n,n over KentucKy.
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sixteen hits by the other mem-

bers of the Puerto Ricarr team
including a homer by Canena
Mrquez in the ninth frame.
The Puerto Rican at one time
retired ten Cubans in order.
The line scores:
Venezuela 000 000 1001 6 3
Panama lOOlOOOOx 2 4 0
Cueche (0-1) and Roseboro;
Brown (1-0) and Cobos.
Puerto Rico 020 001 021 B
Cuba 000 000 0000
Santiago H-0 and .Marti.
Werle, Lopez (2),Hahn 7 Arias
(8), Moroto (9 and Bm'th. ros rosin?
in? rosin? pitcher Werle (0-1 V HR:
imarquej,! iruniu iww
me sianaings:
W'n l ost
Cuba
. Puerto Rico 2
'Panama 1
Venezuela 1
20 rebounds. Jim Ashmore added
24 points and Wayne Lemon
chipped in with 13 rebounds to
complete the picture. Kentucky
led by 50-45 in the opening min minutes
utes minutes of the second half, but
Howell and Ashmore led the
Maroons in a spurt to a 67-62
lead and thev never were head.
ed, John Cox led Kentucky with
28 points but was one oi tnree
Wildcats to foul out of the game.
Drake beat Bradley at the
free throw line, sinking 36 of
43 attempts. And it was at the
stripe that Charley Sedgwick
of Bradley mhsed a free
throw that would have tied
the score w'th 12 seconds left.
Red Murrell, who grabbed the
vital rebound on Sedgwick's
miss, also led Drake with 27
points and set a new Drake
school record of 449 points in
his varsity career.
In still another unset. Colora
do whipped lOth-ranked Iowa
State, 59-53, at Boulder, Colo.,
virtually knocking the Cyclones
Out of Big Seven title conten contention.
tion. contention. Colorado's shifting man-for-man
defense held five-10
Gary Thompson of the Cyclones
to 16 points, five below his av average,
erage, average, and that was lust about
; the differenoe in the game.
ine tnree upsets overshadow overshadowed
ed overshadowed victories by North Carolina,
the nation's No. l team, and In Indiana,
diana, Indiana, ranked No. 13, each hold holding
ing holding onto first place in its league.
North Carolina, trailing by
four at the half, had lts'thlr
straight hard battle before
uowmnor virinnia. o&-5. at
, ..."
unanoiiesviiie, oa., ana once
ao-aln chunkv Tommv
again chunky Tommy Kearns
was the key man.
Indiana retained first place
In the Bi(t Ten w'th a Sl-72
romp over Minnesota as big
Archie Dees, the league's ton
scorer, led the way with 29
po'nts and Dick Neal added 24.
Indiana took the lead to stay
late in the first half and pall palled
ed palled away in the closing min minutes.
utes. minutes. In other leading games. 12th 12th-ranked
ranked 12th-ranked Illinois downed North Northwestern.
western. Northwestern. 104-97, after Northwes Northwestern
tern Northwestern ace Joe Ruklick scored 33
points before fouling out with
10:45 left: Wisconsin upset Mich Michigan,
igan, Michigan, 70-65, as Boh Litzow scored
20; Mlchlean State nipped Pur Purdue,
due, Purdue, 68-66, rallying from a 10 10-point
point 10-point deficit with six minutes
to go; Houston downed Detroit,
82-72. leading all the way; Ne Nebraska
braska Nebraska edged Missouri, 53-49. in
a battle of zone defenses; Nia Niagara
gara Niagara trounced Reels, 92-70; Ten Tennessee
nessee Tennessee downed Mississippi. 88-
;M; Alabama nicked Florida. 66 66-65;
65; 66-65; Georeia Teach drubbed Lou Lou-jhuana
jhuana Lou-jhuana state. 87-60: vanderbllt
i moved wtihin a half-game of
(Kentucky in the 8.E.C. by de de-;feating
;feating de-;feating Tulane. 71-58; Kansas
i State routed Oklahoma. 74-45;
and Oklahoma citv trounced
I Western Kentucky, 96-67.

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Ibarra Cops

Second U S.
Decision
NEW YORK, Feb. 12 (Vt)
Panamanian boxer Toto Iba Ibarra
rra Ibarra scored a unanrmous six six-round
round six-round decision last night over
Joey Mason in a preliminary
bout at St. Nicholas Arena. It
was the Panamanian's second
victory In as many starts in
the U.S. ; i-:
Ibarra weighed 123 pounds
to Mason's 124.
In the semifinal Puerto Ri Rican
can Rican Juan Melendez, 133, decJ decJ-sioned
sioned decJ-sioned Chico Velez, 135, of
New York.
The ma'n bout was wolf bv
Zora 1 Folley, 190, who earned
a unanimous verdict over
Howie Turner, 207 V4.
Grim Signs
1957 Pact
With Yanks
NEW YORK, Feb. 12 (UP)
bod unm's acceptance of 1957
terms today put the New York
Yankees past the hallway mark in
signings and "in velvet" in the
bullpen.
The American League's rook!
of the year when he won 20
games in 1954, Grim has been
troubled with sore arm the last
two seasons but already has boon
tabbed as the Yankees' No. 1 re
liever by manager Casey Stengel.
"He's it; he proved It In both
1955 and 1956 he's a real star as
a relief pitcher," said Stengel in a
recent appraisal of Grim's posi
tion on the pitching staff, "The on only
ly only question about him is whether
his arm is sound."
Grim had a 6-1 record and a 2.76
earned run mark last season al
though he was troubled by his
arm for about two. months. He
came to- terms along with rookie
tbira-baseman .dick banders, wno
hit .305 for Bingnamton and was
the Eastern League's most valua valuable
ble valuable player in 1956. The Yankees
now have signed 21 players and
have 20 to go.
On other fronts:
Veteran infislder George Kell
and outfielder Tito Franeona
signed with the Baltimore O O-rioles.
rioles. O-rioles. Kell accepted an entiimat entiimat-ed
ed entiimat-ed $5,000 cut to about 835,000
while Francona received a slight
raise. The Orioles have signed 34
of 41 players on their roster.
The Milwaukee Braves announc
ed the signing of pitchers Dave
Jollv and lxu Sieater in aaaiuon
to second-baseman Bob Mallnus
while the Chicago Cubs signed
third-baseman George Freese, who
hit 22 homers and knocked in 113
runs for Los Angeles last season.
Check Averages
Of Bowlers In
Handicap Play
ROCHESTER, N. Y..(NEA) -The
Rochester Bowling Associa
tion is cracking down on bowlers
who falsify averages in handicap
tournaments. .
Led by Secretary Edwin M. wn wn-dey,
dey, wn-dey, the association asked tourna tournament
ment tournament managers to forward prize
Ush, scores, handicaps, assigned
nrize winners and the averages
there winners placed on their en-
Irv blanks.
Wildey is a vice-president of the
American Bowling Congress.
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CROSSING

Men's Singles At
At El Panama Court

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HERE FOR INVITATIONAL Hilda Herrera, who- Is well
known In the U.S. and Central America for her fine tennis
game, arrived last night to take ,parf In the El Panama In
vitational which gets under -way tomorrow at 4 -p.m., Mrs.,
Herrera la expected to be on of the favorites In the
. 1 tournament. ... ",;.

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Bragan.Claims.yirdon Could
Chase Mantle To Left Field J

DALLAS.'Tex., Feb. 12 (UP)
Pittsbureh manager Bobby Bragan
said today that Pirate centerfield-
er Bill Virdon "coma run jmcaey
Mantle into left field if the Yanks
had him."
Bragan made the remark as he
praised his outfield as- "one of the
finest defense units in the major
leagues." 1
Bragan, the principal speaker at
a snorts achievement dinner in
Dallas tonight, said he didn't thir-k
the Pirates, could beat', out Brook
lyn, Milwaukee or Cincinnati this
season, but woull battle St. Louis
for fourth place in the National
League.
"If we can finish fourth, the
town will go wild," Bragan said.
Bragan said he thought the Pi Pirates
rates Pirates would be better, although
there have been no major changes
on the squad. He said his bench
strength would be improved by
Johnny Powers who hit 39 homers
at New Orleans last year.
"He might push Dale Long for
first base," Bragan said.
He's Not Immune
To Refs Whistle
NEW YORK (NBA) Tony Car Car-nio.
nio. Car-nio. who is the too scorer for lit
tle Queens College, still isn't used
to being bothered by. a referee's
whistle blowing.
Carpio is the son of the legal ad adviser
viser adviser to the Philippines' United
Nations delegation. Because of
this, he enjoys diplomatic immu immunity
nity immunity wherever he goes except on
a basketball court. -.;. .: i
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He compared the effect of Long's
collapse last year with the remov removal
al removal of all-American Jim Brown from
the Syracuse grid lineup. "They
would have been just another team
without him," Bragan said.
He called Bill MazeroskI, new
20-year-old second baseman from
Hollywood, "the best glove man in
the majors." ,-
"He can get rid of the ball fast
er to any base than any man I've
ever seen. It looks like he could
use tne same glove for years and
years because he seems to get rid
oi me Dau oerore -it has time to
wear om -any o; uie leatner."
Merry Widow'
Breaks Mast
In Boat Races
The "Merry Widow," a star,
boat which belongs to U.S. Con Consul
sul Consul Robert Aely, broke a mast In
the middle during Saturday's
boat races at the Balboa Yacht
Club and had to be towed back
te the pier.
, According te Acly, the strong
wind caused the accident. The
boot Is te be repaired and is ex.
petted to be reedy in a couple
of wwks
The "Merry Widow" was In
second position at the time of
the mishap and was gainiag
mo -Riptide, which is
by Max Hart.
Aery shrugged eff the accident
as "on of these things."
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4 o'clock
Tomorrow

El Panama's invitational Tennis
tourney gets under way tomorrow
afternoon at four o'clock.
The men's singles only will be
played the first night, but depend depending
ing depending on the number-of matches play-;
ed Thursday night may also be
dedicated to the same thing.
It is also expected that play will
also get underway at the same
hour on Thursday. It is planned
for all men's singled matches to
be held on the first night. The ma
jority of the matches will be sec
ond round in the pairings as all
but a few drew byes in the first
round.
Mrs,. Hilda Herrera, the famous
player from Guatemala, arrived
last evening." She will be getting
used to the courts today and then
this evening will try them out un
der the lights.
The Itojas cousins from Costs
Rica -arrived later yesterday and
gave all those that turned up for
the preview, a tnnu witn tneir
style of play. They had never play played
ed played under lights before but in the
second set they caught on an play play-under
under play-under lights before but in the sec second
ond second set they caught on and played
some of the best tennis seen in a
long time.-This young team should
give a lot of trouble to the best a a-vailable.
vailable. a-vailable.
Alfredo Wer will be arriving
from Guatemala tonight and that
will round out the visitors for the
invitational. 1
Admission the first three nights
is 50 cents for the grandstand and
$1 for reserved seats.. The last two
nights it will be general admission
$1 and $1.50 for the numbered sec
tion.
Matches scheduled for tomorrow
sre'1 y '' ' 1
4 p.m. Lee Ringer vs A. Rojas;
J.. Beach vs Roy Glickenhause. .
' 5. p.m, H.- Omenitach vs. .Chap
lain Lewis; Euclides Barrera vs
J Ruiz of Peru.
i These will be followed by cres cres-lyn
lyn cres-lyn Guardia vs B, Gercish; R. Ra Ramirez
mirez Ramirez vs M. Fisher, and Julio
Pinilla vs. A. Loney. ..
Fastlich
League
STANDINGS'
' Won Lost Pet.
Team
Ocelots
,4'
2
2
3
.667
Paloma
Conejos
Pumaa '.
..4
"I
.667
.900
.420
.400
.333
4
4
4
Perlcos
Macaws
Pumas Nips PalOmas 1-4
In a thriller of a eame Mon
day afternoon, at the Fastncn
ball park; the Pumas finally won
nut over the Palomas bv a 7-to-
a score. Although the Pumas im
proved their standing position It
snoved tne laie uceiois into a
ti. with the Palomas for first
place with only ten games le"
In t.h first half.
Kline, the Palomas pitcher
and Barley for the Pumas pitcn pitcn-ed
ed pitcn-ed excellent ball and it, was a
touch one for either to lose, the
win srolns to Barley on a mar
gin of one run. The Palomas
jumped out to an early lead by
three runs m tne nrsi inning
but were behind by one as the
Pumas came back witn lour in
r.h second.
The palomas tied it up In the
third the Pumas were out front
by one m the fourth, tne paio paio-mu
mu paio-mu added two in the fifth as
pajak hit for the circuit to lead
6 to 5 but the Pumas shoved a a-cross
cross a-cross two In the sixth to wrap
up the sjame. '
The Pumas scored four In the
nmcrmA An singles bv Bateman,
Rfhwarxrnck and SCOtt. one in
th fourth on a stntrle by Barley
and two in the fifth on a single
by Schwarzrock. The Palomas
scored three in the first on a
single by Rathgaber, a double by
Garcia 'and a single by Huddle-
ston. s v
One In the third on a double
bv Allen and a sacrifice fly by
Allen; two in the fifth on a sln sln-cle
cle sln-cle by Kline and a home run by
Paiak. .
Kline for the paiomas was me
leadinir hitter with one for one.
For the Pumaa Barley. Bateman
and Bchwarsrock were tied with
two for three followed by scow
with on for twe. ;
The box score:
Palomas
At
2
1
Rathgaber 2b
Allen cf .....
Garcia as ..js
Kline p
Palak 3b
Huddleston If
Sander lb
Caldwell tf
Dolan e
Pnmas
Klamco cf t.... 4
Roe If v 4
Barley t ...v. S
Bateman rf 3
pearl e 3
Schwarzrock as ........ 3
Cunnlnghsm 7b ....... 1
Marquard 3b .......... 1
Scott lb 2
0
0 0
0 2
02
0 0
SUMMARY Home runs:
pajak. Two baj hlU: Allen,
Garcia, Barley. Btrik ovU bv:
Barley 7. Kline 3. Walks off Par Par-'ey
'ey Par-'ey 3. Kline 4. Earned r"nr P P-loma
loma P-loma c Pumas phff
tnirit cut tar Dolsn In the 6th.
Umpires: Mohl and Diax

; ; NINTH CARIBBEAN SERIES

Teams C PR
Cuba, x 0
Puerto Rico 1 x
Panama. 0 .0
Venezuela ; M 0 ,1
Totals
1;, 1

TONIGHT'S GAMES ; ; ;
First Game.: Puerto Rico vs. Venezuela.
. Second Game: Panama vs. Cuba.
;V LAST NIGHT'S RESULTS
First Game: Panama 2, Venezuela 1.
Second Game: Puerto Rico 6 Cuba 0.

hwihhon pi.

ir,yE?,VE' representative
In the Ninth Caribbean Series
now being played in Havana are
me Caracas 140ns. But the Lioil8
were toowiiess ana tneir roars
were meaninirlpsK last, ninht.
far as Panama pitcher Winston
Blown vas concerned
Wiry Winston who nana f mm
the little: town of Alrttirante.
Bocas 'del Torq, had th0 Lions
eawnsr out of ms nand ns he
scattered six hits, (five singles
and a double) in hurling pana.
ma:iO;8 2-to-l victory her
first in the current series, i ,:-
Hl.RE is the lineup Cerveza
Balboa manager Leon Kellman
used after his team had dropped'
games 10 uuDa ana Puerto Rico
in ner two previous outing.?.
' Glenn, cf; Brathwaite, 2b;
Lopes, ss; Parris, 3b'j Osorro,
If; Cobos, c; Gordon, lb; Trice,
If; Brown, p. ....,.!. : -.
Clarence Moore, Herman
Charles and Al Flnkston, wno
were starters m the first two
games were bench warmers last
night." 1 ,r"-.feprf
BROWN walked Pompevo Da
valillo. the first batter to face
him, but made the next hitter,
Chico carrasqueL ground Into a
aoupiepiay wnicn Brown Him
self started, pitcher to short to
first.-
Brown issued, his second nass
in the first frame, to John Rose Rose-boro,
boro, Rose-boro, but forced Tommy Burgess
to fly to center to end the ta-
IN PANAMA'S half of the
first, Glenn walked and came
all the war around to score on
Carrasquel's bad throw to first
on Brathwaite's grounder. The
second baseman, ended up on
second on the error but Lopez
hit into a doubleplay and par parris
ris parris popped to second to end the;
threat :" j
Panama's second -run cams In
the fourth. Osorlo was safe on
thirdbaseman Camaleon Gar.
cia's mlscue, but was forced at
second by Cobos. The latter came
home later on Gordon's double
to center. Both markers were
unearned.
VENEZU ELA'S lone' tally
crossed the plate In the seventh.
.v
, How on
Bodega Ilaclonal
Tivoli Crossing

Phones 2-1791 2-1792

P
1
1
, x
0

V
1
. 0
1
X
W
2
1'
1
L
1
1
2
2
Pet. :
.667
.667
.333
r 333
GS
I
1
2 2 6 6
Left fielder Bob Wilson hit i
"hftrH rnn ,,.J ",lZ..'
i ris fielded "2 I7E
ns neioea beautifully but th
third sacker fell before he could
make a throw and Wilson was
credited wtih a hit

IT

Centerfielder Jim Williams
was retired second to first, and
Wilson moved to second on the'
Play, reached third on third
baseman Rudy Regalado'i sin- r
gle and scored on naria in

field out.
'
Three Of Venezuela's hits eamV
Off the bat of Regalada Garcia
hit the double. -, :
BROWN registered "onJy two"
strikeouts, which came at th

expense of the dangerous left-hand-blttUig
Roseboro. in, the
ninth he retired Wilson and
WUJiams and then; gave up an
infield single to Regalado, ;who
was forced at second lor the fl-
nal out. The right hander Issued
five free passes.
; LOPEZ who mad two sensa- 1
tlonal plays last night, la tlll
seekln? his iirst hit ot the se-
rles. He has been- unsuccessful -In
twelve tries. Gordon with a
single and two-bagger, and
Brathwaite and Cobos wtih

single apiece, accounted- for.
Panama' four safetiee lait -.

night.

catch In' the ninth Inning when
he sprinted Into foul territory
to haul in a drive by WiUiama.
for the second out of the frame.

TONIGHT?, ancient! but' still
effective Conrado Marrero has
been named to start against

Panama. The righthander,' the 1
Satchel Paige of Cuba from the
standpoint of agelessness, has '
had remarkable success against'
Panama teams in series play.
in -last year's series Panama
lost to Cuba. and Puerto Rico,,
then beat Venezuela by the same

2-to-l score as last night, eh
'lost to Cuba again the second
time around, hut defeated Puer
to Rico and Venezuela in her
last two outings. ., : .:
.. : '"'. '"''- -'
Needless to say, Panama fans
are rooting for Cerveza Balboa
to take the next three contests.
NEW RISE
LATHERS.
Choose th RBI HmT
right rWyw)nd 4
smothst shave
in Ji th rim. ,'
Ptt t laifgst letbtr
SALE a!
Bodega Anc6n
TlvoIl Av. eornsr
of "J? Strset' .?

i



35-P b u nd C ham p Dresses Flash ily,

ENOUGH OF THIS TALKING

Q

wiis

ge A3UV

JBy .JIMMY BVftfSLIN

NEW YORK, Feb. 12 (UP)

vTonv Canzoneri walks across

Broadway toward his restaurant

: and oeoDle who never saw a usUt

look at him. His last bout was. In

Jfl39. s but kids ask Far his autu

, eraph. Caneoneri drew $85,000 for

fighting Jimmy McLarnm and $83.
000 with Kid. Chocolate. He was, a
lichf.wftiffht' chamnin.

Joe Brown of New Orleans, who

ll the. Iighl-welght champion so
far in 1957,- will defend' his title
tomorrow night against- Wallace
(Bud) Smith t before a capacity
i house of 4,500 at Miami. The gate
will be about $20,000., He is, to the
average person,, .a guy named
Brown.

' Beau JacK neariyisianea tun tun-racainnal
racainnal tun-racainnal inauirv when he was

shoe in Miami.

Beau made money that couldn't
- . 1 1A ASIA

- be counted. or examwe,
people paid their vay into Madi Madison
son Madison Square Garden for his two

tights witn nisi r m.
know of Zivie even today. And they
know Jack. He was a lightweight

- Brown lives with his wife and

three children m sa remeu uguw
at Baton Rouge, La. He dresses

fifl&miv inu dwub m : was t

. h leads a normal life

Lou Amber made $82,000 for
'wihHntf Pedro Martinez: Ambers

u.Ta. i Phnonix now. comfortably

' Whan h foUBht. he took On

,he best alive. His finest fight was

. ,ade in a return wim hbi -,
rong, a three-time champion who
i oto. ffrtiiess; He- beat Arm-

' itfong and was lightweight cham
' MIAH AT fh. wnrlrl aeain.'

. Brown won his title by winning
a decision over Smith at New Or Or-i..nr,hi.h
i..nr,hi.h Or-i..nr,hi.h drew s3i:000. He made

h s, fight van a oroaeu '"''
.i i .. kail

Hel beat wgnier wu .imw..
knocked out. by' Tony DeMarco
and beaten by Larry Boardman in
- ii--tKi-u!i0ht matches.

" Bennv Leonard was a fighter

they" still talk of in awesome tones.
.He Was t'u "book" on fighting.
He was a lightweight champion
r a Willi Rrtchie and so

were Sammy .Mandell : and Alli

; Singer: Lew Jenlyns, who itnocK itnocK-'
' itnocK-' ed oot'Ambera for the tiUe, was a
wild man, but everybody wrote a
bout. him when he was in Korea
and they made it seem, like yes yesterday
terday yesterday that Lew was riding around
on. a 'motorcycle. He, too, was
champ- in .this division.
Outside of New Orleans, nobody
lias seen much of. Brown except

: boxmg. peopie.vue usis uiiu a
.u?. xi.o nripans; oeoDle. say.

he's 'closer tV 35 awt ln tias bcea

JigMWg sie x. Hill

St. fauu puvn rv" Vu.
and Houston, He always was the
"opponent;" the fighter In there
to test the guy who was the attrac

tion,'

10 Gar But Is Avera

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1

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Mnnn ThP Foirwovsll

: by
NATIONAL DISTILLERS BEST , -t
swZ.,., JOE WILLIAMS
Championship Flight ;

THISI ARI THi THINGS that

crop up when you pica up
.T,i-rf Book and see if anything

can be said for a fight between
Smith and. Brown. The names
wKwnAni- tht notion Jac-

Se8mGTe.m and Red Skelton wUl

come, ouixjiuu -w
. i. n lAviainn that MeM.

But they ara fighters, Smith and

Brown. At leasi, oy iieBuV-wV
Standards they are. Gwu Araujp
hit,Brown.witli a left hook at St.
Nicholas. Arena in 1952 and they
h.iv to his corner.

"SrrbeVt him and so did

Arthur Fersiey. . ...
JoeTMicell flattened- Smtth and
Orlando. Zulueta, George Barnw
T.hnv Onnaalves and Tom"

beat bim before

Boardman and DeMarco ever got

, the, chance tojaxe mm
Smith and Brown the latter
Is champ, but to keep the-show-business
slant it's better- fir say
ffifSriE. wilt fight it out on
television Teb'. 13 to sell beer.
- Sncttti lightweight champion-h-Beant
something. But now all
lt"seems to hold is Tony Canzone-!
5 in 193B bUt Still

ri, wn. ." Twv.cn. the

i recoenizea wou i v v-.

atreet ..

JC, BHS tn

: ball Contest

Al Maaium ioni

' rh runai Tion Junior Col-

leg must defeat the Bulldogs

of BaiDoa Hign scnooi o o-boa
boa o-boa stadium tonight, if they
are to' add the Shrine Baseball
Trophy to their. 1958-57 award
collection that Includes the "An "Anchor"
chor" "Anchor" and the B a i k e tbail
Championship trophy.

m I ...IM.

between the two clubs each has
defeated the other once. Balboa
ron by a score of 7-1 and J.C.
by a score of 7-4. in their recent

meeting in Twilight League
play, the high schoolers eked
out a 5-4 decision in an extra
Inning affair.
If the Balboa Bulldog should
win tonight they will be the
1957 baseball champs. Junior
College must win this jrame and
also- defeat the Tigers of Cristo Cristobal
bal Cristobal on friday eight to tie the;
bulldogs in league standine i
It is rumored that the Balboa
(Hah School Bufldocs have the

i.iuit fabulous collection of!

tiorse-anoes.' rabbits feet and
four-leaf elOTtx -ever gathered
locally.' -
They bad better brine the en entire
tire entire collection to tonight's gaaie
lm a few ball players.

G. Riley and 7. Riley vs D

Hauss and A. Galindo.. ; -i,

N.-Lewter and cIacMurry

ys H. J. Toiand and Miiierrf
N: Mitten and c. Rlggs v W.
LeBrun and J. Hiim ";j
, J. sinlth and 5. Graham vs'C.
Robertson and C. Bostic. ,-
' vFtrat Flight ;
S. Garrlel and A. O. Kllna vs

D. Drennan and J. watson.

M. H. Mahone ana J. K. x.auy

vs Q. Sereer and R. sutsman.
C. castenada and D. F. lc:

Brown, vs W. H. Davis and F.
Jorgenson. :
Lombroia and H. Beau vs
C V. Young and Z. W. Best. ,;

; Second Flight
R McLaJA land J. Latham ;vs

J. Mularky and D. Elich.

E. E. crowaen. ana w. Be-

well vs H. T. perantie ana h
Engelke.

M. M Bunk and J. R. Hudson

vs p. Trim Sr. and R. E?ou.
H. W. SchuU and R. C. Walk Walker
er Walker v J. AnnaCborico and W. A.

DUffUS.' ,.

Third Flight
E. M. Cherry and W. McCue vs

R. Bowen and w. G. jamwon.
T. F. Rvan and J. N. Williams
vs B. Medinger and A. Per?and.

J. Gi Macoubray ana s. u

Henry vs T. J. Stumnl and R, L.
Hughes. .- !- ;
O. R.v. Gildersleeve and,'-. L.
Clevenger vs j: F Cain and R.
Crush. .'. -.

T Fonrih Flight
.. W. Esslinger and E. C,i Jones
and F. Ortis and F; Brace.-
J. Montanve and M. Wheeler

ts P. F. Hortgen and J. H. Good-!

win. i-
Joe salferlo and John salterio
vs E. Enele and J. Feele.,
T. Scott and DV Parr v It

Reese and J, Smith. .' 7

"Wemen'i Flight
L. Knuth and J. Mularky ?s L.

Jones and C Perantie. . .."

L. Jones and J. Btirewaii ts

S. Crenter and Tavkwv

E. Wright and J. Moms vt X
Call and M. Brim-

P. Trim and P. Mbntanye a

L. Hopson and O. RUey.- .

One tbina about the millionaires who comnrise The Jockey

Club groop that has taken over racing In our state. They, ain't
too proud to Yatthj the tin eap..,-n. , v
It's a touchinc thintr to see even an anonymous- wino from

skid row on. the make lor a miserable pittance.' but th spec

tacle or an economic royalist reduced to beggary is. .wen, it s
something that gets, you right here, that'a what it does.
B. A. Tompkins admitted yesterday he ; had no idea what
would happen to his group and the dream track (oh, no! not
that again!),. if Albany turned down. their request for relief.
The group want an additional 1 percent of the betting tax at
an estimated cost of $4 million to the state,, plus 14 more rac racing
ing racing days, lor. a. total of 211, . ; ,v
' "We'll' Just have to forget all about Aqueduct," he said.
We thought we detected an inchoate sob, but remembering
him to be a former banker, we knew, of course, that was pre preposterous.
posterous. preposterous. ,M: .; -,v ; '1 i-

Aqueduct is the if-and-wheo'sfte of the betting Taj Mahal
the group originally decided on, the one track that was to be
completely rebuilt. Jamaica Would be abandoned, Belmont and

&araroga renaomtatea. . a word that can mean' little or much.
Although Mr. Tomklns' positive' statement that no effort
would be made to give New York a modern track for flat rac racing
ing racing if legislative aid were not forthcoming had a threatening
ring we obeyed the chicken in us (Mongreal Wyandotte) and
f ell into a winch. Anyway, by then, he was explaining why all
of a sudden -help was needed. In the beginning, however, we
were encouraged to believe the funds available would be more
than adequate. ..

END AUGUST BAN A
; 1 :
We find we can go only half way with. Mr. Tompkins and
The Jockey Club set for which be speaks.. A strong case can
be made for the added 1 oercent but nom at ail for th vtra

14 days. The track's share of the state's 15 tax bite on the
betting dollar is only 4 percent, lowest in the nation,, and ac according
cording according to disinterested businessmen with whom ;we discussed
the. matter, much too scanty for a sound operation. .-
In making a pitch for an extended season (from Nov. 15
to Nov. 30) Mr. Tompkins says the state, will recover a goodly
portion of the money lost by surrendering 1 percent of its over overall
all overall tax. ; His estimate: 3. million. .

Actually there is no need whatever te extend the season
39 minutes longer' than tt normally rnna. Simply lift the In In-defensJble
defensJble In-defensJble blackout of New York raclnr and the group has.
not 14, but Z$ extra days, and. the state, instead .of losing,

j r, -Li
i Br his own calculations Hi.' Tompkins"' agrees that the
Ishlrt to Saratoga in August- costs fht state treasury; $5.2 mil million.'
lion.' million.' In the light of these figures, his attempt to Justify the
extra days in relation to the state loss if the -betting tax is
reduced, M difficult to follow.
i -vs- v. '.;..' f '.
-What is happenings of course, Is the tnUeman," either by
.choice of direction has decided that there will always be a
aratoga. In other days, the upstate Spa. drew most of its
'play from here. Now It's a. 'luxury for The Jockey Club et
(We hope Mr. Tompkins,. in the circumstances, realizes how
absurd he looks cryinc poor jnouthv ) v

' ARMEtf FORCES LITTLE;
. LEAGUE )' t ;,
Ton? Plala's Curundu Little

Leaguers went into yesterday's

game with but one defeat against

seven wins. Tnat loss was at. tne

hands of West Bank a few weeks

aeo when thev were beaten by

Jimmy Hamilton by the score of

2 to 1. V
Vsfprriav at Piirnndn the ta

bles were turned and Curundu
got its full revenge as they beat
West Bank, with Hamilton on

the mound. 5 to 2. '

Butch zent. wno Jias srowniin

stature and developed into one

of the best pitcpers, ever seen in

the league, was master 01 tne
situation all; the" .way allowing

but four hits, two each to Lm-

fors and Hamilton, two walks,

striking out eight; and giving up

two, runs one ol wmen was un

earned.

In addition to his great pitch

ine. Buteh collected' a solid

smash single down the left field

line his Tirst time at Dat.

Curundu. fared better against

Hamilton, this time than in their

last encounter. Kettinz to him

for one run in the second on a

double by Hovart who moved to

third on a passed ball and scor

ed.on an Infield outjf'A ";

In the" .third tte;roof fell In

when, after Zent went out sec

ond to first. JReichart and Snijth
both singled., Franaioni struck

out. Lanp, worked Hamilton foi; a
walk on a full count and Hovan
singled,' I the ballji.gettlrtg Dst
Willie Petersott in'centerfield,. as
Curundutykes scampered around

tne pases ror three wg runs and

Hovan -s was put out trying to
m a ka third on a good play irdm
Peterson to Linfors. Hamilton

struck out live and walked three.

Curundu iced the same in the

fifth whea: after Reichart went
out third, to firs.t,-,Sm,ith. walked

ana wasnorcea py Tangiom at

secona -. witn two out Frangionl

started for second and bad
throws by Nordensr and Peterson

allowed him to score Curundu's

fifth run.

Curundu's victory yesterdav

assured them of at least a tie for
first half honors. Having won

eight -and lost one with but one
game left to play with Kobbe on
Thursday.
Zent's Hctory was his sixth a-

gainst.' no defeats and Hamilton
suffered his, first defeat against

xour wins. ;

The game was well played and
the enthusiastic crpwd that wit wit-neSseduiti
neSseduiti wit-neSseduiti saw everything they
expected to. Curundu's ball club
brines one of the' beat that th

league has ever, had, is bidding

nara to oring Dack to Curundu
the trophy that they held for

rour consecutive years until
1055 when West Bank dethroned

them and last year when Kobbe's

iignting Lueiiners took top hon

ors. r."--.-:

A special word of nraise is due

the Curundu residents and es-.
pecially Jim Price and Tonv Pla

ta for the magnificent ball park
that they have erected for Little
League activities. The work that
these people do could fill several

columns buti as much space is
not available let's just say con congratulations
gratulations congratulations on another fine accomplishment.

College

Leg

ion

Junior

12-7 In Last First-Half Game

PACIFIC TWILIGHT LEAGUE

STANDINGS
Team Won Lost

Joe Wood. Collece firstsacker.

was the leading hitter, with

three singles in, four trips and

4 2 Lee Cotton helped lead the Col Col-4.
4. Col-4. 2 lege hit parade with two for
2 4 three. (
2 4 Marietta and Chase were ; the
leading; batsmen for the losers

Last Nirht's Result wtih each man collectlnfr two

Junior College 12,' Am. Legion 7 singles-in three trips to the

Wednesday Night's Game ipiaie.

Balboa High .....

Lucky Strike .....

American Legion
Junior College

Playoff of First Half Tle 7 p.m.

: Balboa High vs Lucky striae

The box score:
West Bank
Bridges, rf. .. ..
Lima. 2b

Hamiltori, p., ..

Limors, 3b .
Pace, lb
Nordena. c ..

Peterson, cf .. ..
Balbach, If .. ..
Bibbo ss.. .. ..

Totals

ABR
3 0

3
3
3
2
2
3
2
0

HPO
0 0

i Junior coileae-' trounced, the

American Legion,, last high,t .42

to 7 in- thelastscnediiiea game
of the first half of play. 1 The
win purthe Collegians; in a tie
for the. basement with the Le Legionnaires.
gionnaires. Legionnaires. Tomorrow night the

Balboa High schoolboys meet

Lucky Strike in a ona game
playoff for the first half flag.
Trailing by one run in the top
of the fifth the Collegians blew
the pame wld ODen with a four

run splurge. Singles by Charl. s.
Hammond. Cotton and Wood
counled wtih two errow by trie
Legion gave Junior college the
four big runs. College added two
more runs in the sixth aided by
loose plav of the loser, and

three more runs on only one
basehit in the seventh put the
College out in front with an
eight-run lead.
Leelon pushed across a run in
the first and second and two
more runs in the fourth hut
Frankie Smith settled down
thereafter and held them in!

check until the bottom of the! 1
seventh when Legion scored I
three t'mes. j

Frankie smith went all the Jun.

Ab R II Po

The box score:
Junior College

Cicero,. ss ....... 2 ,2 O

G, Smith, -ci.,. 4 1 : 1
Charles; rf '. . Z V1

Washburn If ,.,. 21 1.

Hilliard, If ...... 10 0
Hamond,, 3b ..... 4 2 2
Raybdurne, 2b .... 0 0 0
Nahmad, t 5 0 0
Cotton, 2b, 3b . 3 2 2
Wood, lb 4 1 3
F. Smith, p 4 0 0

1

1
0
3
1
4
3
S

0 2

31 12 10 21

American Leg on

Chase, c 3 3 2

McGlade, ss ..... 3 1 0
Mead, ss 1 0 0
Ridge, rf 1 0 1
Cucalon. rf I 1 0
R. Nickisher, If . 4 1 J
Marietta, cf 3 12
T. McKeown, 2b 3 0.0
Love, 3b, p 1 0 1.
W. Nickisher, 3b, 3 0 1
Welch, lb 2 0 1
Trout, lb. p, 3b 1 II 0
Colagrande, p . I 0 a
Sherwood, p, lb 1 0 0

28 7 9 21 6

Curundu

Zent, p.
Reichart. ss .
Smith, cf.. ..
Frangioni; 3b.
Lane, M., e .
Hovan, If.: ...
Piala, rf .. ..
Barajas, lb .
Lane R., 2b .

Score By Innings
College 100 242 312 10

1 i way for College eettinir his first Am. Legion 112 0000 3 7 9 6

Ojwin in three decisions sivin no;
n!9 hlti. wPlfeinp 4 and striking; SUMMARY Winning- pitch

out five batters. er: F. Smith- fl-2. Losing

21 2 4 15! Colagrande stRrten for Leeion DitcneN -Coiagr a nae fO-u

1 witn Bnerwooa Taxi" ovf m irucs oui nv smim 5. uoia

AB R HPO

3

3
2
3
2
2
1
2
1

0 1
1 1
L-l
1 0

the finh inninr fs r'le Colleaie

took the lead. W'ly Trout went
t the mound in the sever.th and
left in favor of Jack Lov who

fme in vf'h on out and re- iher.

t'red the aide after the Coit-: wood

elans scored three runs on onejw; vHHnms.
base hit. 'Time: 2:35.

grande 4, Sherwood 1. Trout 1.

Pases on bal's: Colagrand s.

Fnerwood 2. Trout 2. Smith
Two base hits; Ridge. R. Vick-

Doubte olvs: Cl.rero to
TTmnires: p. corriei nnl

Scorer: Mead.

Totals

19 5 5 18

Charles, rf
Raybourne, p
Orvis, e v
Washburn. If
Cotton, 2b -Hammond,
3b
Wood, 1

Probable linc-cps:
Jmiwr Celiere
Cicero, as
G. Smith, d

BalbM High

1 French, tt
Ryter, rf ..
, Kirkland, If
' S utUerland, 2b
Winklosky, as
Durf e. lb -More,
3b
Wall, p :
Batemaa, e

The Balboa High School team
is once again at full atrength
and does not hart faur games
scheduled for thla week. Junior
Collera. as owaL has cot pre

pared any aUfcis.-

Wlnnine Pitcher: Zent Tlncr

Pitcher: Hamilton. Runs Batted
In: Hovan 2, Barajas 1.

, MUDDLING THROUGH
! As a matter of fact, Mr. Tompkins, a frank and friendlv

man. -nas naa a trying time in a strange league and under
condition that, have not ahvayw been congenial. Knowledge-

uie wuiuMu.u, iucu u ai vanatTQui. ana Hiny cugaen cugaen-heimer.
heimer. cugaen-heimer. active at first, presently, and wiOiout explanaUon. re retired
tired retired from the picture. f ,;, . v .-, (r.,! Zy
If has seemed most odd to observers that apparently, no
effort was made to utilise the special talents cf such men
as John Clark, who was eo kmc associated

1 John Oalbreath. one of 'the nation's outstanding builders, es-

yiM.xi ujce ootn -nrw soso memoers ai tne iodge. I
! On th ether hand, youar Jia Batter war a sarprise and
belated additie te the rrma. He had adeed little to his
popularity when 1 10 Id Mt U the trotUra, and even less wken
he centiaiaed to get his same dates a rental batis. We
heard be had hea pat the teaaa for certain soUtical tea tea-,
, tea-, f.-j .-..-.. .7.-- :
; 1 Mr.. Tompkins says' that IsaVjo. -.

i -He's my Halsioa in construction,
done."

He fee

'that things get

1

, ) '-'n'

Stf4m?,M' i iSer 'mm'w,it,im..A

LEG MAN Yankees' Joe Col

tins ue ao ice pond near bis
Xw Jrw hrim for some leg-

Vn ri A rlr k Vw U nnl. t v - 1 j..- t- : . u

Jim cant' be ia any imminent danrer of a physical breakdown, i for spring training;

ni r

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' From loraorrow thru Sunday 17
Men's Singles' Men's Doables,
Women's Singles Mixed Doublet
First Match begins at 5 p.m.' evirryday
Prizes for winnert and runners-up
donated by the Panama Insurance Co.

TICKETS
on sale at entrance:

Grandstand
Finals 111

Boxes
$1.M

(Refreshments and snacks aerred at moderate prices

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Winners tciU be fntitei to participate tn the V,
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Houses Apartments

FOR RENT: 5-bdroom heutt.
No. 19 East 4Sth Straat. Alio
furniturtferMlt. Phont 3-3461.

FOR RENT: Completely fur fur-Dished
Dished fur-Dished residence. For information
phono 3-0160, Mr. Saenz, from
S to 9 p.m. only.

FOR RENT.- Chalet: two bed bedrooms,
rooms, bedrooms, living-dining room, ga garage,
rage, garage, garden. 1 Srh St. No. 1 0,
San Francisco.

FOR RENT: Furnished chalet,
"Urbanizacion Obarrio." For in information
formation information phono 3-3469 from 8
a.m. to 12 noon.

ATTENTION. 0. I.I Just built
modern furnished apartments, I,
2 bedrooms, hot, cold water.
Phono Panama 3-4941.

tSSma'?SnJl:JJ CASA ZALDO-Cmlfal Ave. 43 LOVRUES PHARMACY 82 L Cerr.squlll. FARMACIA LOM LOM-HAHUU
HAHUU LOM-HAHUU NO. Z "B Street MORRISON 4th of Julv Ave. A J SL a I.KWia arivirr a... ti,,ii . ..... ... . ,,.7.rD ... ...

the Bell. Vlite Theatre. '- .ii.wvu-r.nu. jiuvh-t sireei 0) r A, "HAS" Vie Forras tit WOVEDADES ATHI8 Beside

FOR RENT In San Jose build building,
ing, building, F Street, El Cangrajo, mod modern
ern modern apartment, garage. Refer References:
ences: References: "El Trebol," Central Ave Avenue
nue Avenue No. 70.

FOR RENT: Large, cool and
comfortable apartment with ex extra
tra extra utility room, In Bella Vista.
For information call 2-1455 dur during
ing during office hours.

Resorts

FOR RENT: One-bedroom fur furnished
nished furnished apartment, $85 monthly.
Automobile Row No. 45. Call
from 6 p.m., 3-4382.

FOSTER'S COTTAGES and largo
beach housa. One mile past Ca Casino.
sino. Casino. Phona Balboa 1866.

Baldwin' furnished apart apart-ments
ments apart-ments at Santa Clara Beach,
Telephone Smith, Balboa 3681.

Nothing to compare With HOTEL
PANAM0NTE in cool BOQUETE.
Wire your reservation.
PHILLIPS Oceansido Cottages,
Santa Clara. Box 335 Diablo Hts.
phona Panama 3-1877, Cristobal
3-1673

FOR RENT.- Modern, furnished
apartment, 6 closets, 2 bedrooms,
living room, dining room, kitch kitchen,
en, kitchen, porch, garage. 46th Street
East No. 2-61. Phona 3-0281.

FOR RENT i Apartments near
El Panama,, furnished or unfur unfurnished,
nished, unfurnished, hot water. Call 3-5692.

FOR RENT: -2 and 3 -bedroom
apartments, unfurnished, sea
view. 52nd Street No. 1-22
(formerly Uruguay Street).

Automobiles

s FOR SALE 1 952 Buick Hard Hardtop,
top, Hardtop, A-l, power steering and
brakes, tinted glass, 2-speaker
'. radio, heater; new fires, new seat
covers, duty paid, yellow with
black top. 6216 Los Rios, San
Miguel Plaee. Balboa 2-4239.

FOR SALE: 1951 4-dr. Buitfc
. Special Deluxe,;; A-1 condition
throughout, new tires. and foot foot-control
control foot-control automatic radio, standard'
sHiff. (44.000 miles). 6216 Los
Rios, San Miguel Place, : Balboa.
2-4239. :r.' ;;'v:- c'i.

FOR SALE: Fur coat, winter
clotllts size 12. Call 2-2023
'.Panama.

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F'INE INVESTMENT: For sale.
300 preferred shares Cia. Pana Pana-mena
mena Pana-mena do Tabace at $9. Dividends
75e. (8-13) a year. Call
Elena, Panama 2-0228.

Miscellaneous

FOR SALE: 1955 Ford V-8
Customline, first class condition,
with extras, $1450. 5504-C, Di Diablo,
ablo, Diablo, Phone 2-3102.

FOR SALE: 1956 Chevrolet
"210" Sports Model, white and
turquoise, automatic : transmis transmission,
sion, transmission, radio, heater, turn signals,
like new. Can be financed. Tele-
phone Balboa 4241.

police 0

Lincoln Life
Spur Cola 5
Gibraltar Life ..... 3
Elks 1414 3
Seymour Agency .. 0

Won Lost

0 1.000

o
3
6
6
8

.777

.625
.333

.333
.000

Lincoln Life ?, Gibraltar Life 1
The battle between the two
"Lifers" teams turned out to be
a pitching; duel, yesterday be between
tween between Crosby I Gibraltar and
Beck of the Lineolns.
- Beck was not warmed up, nd
In the first Inning his control
was offr-and a mlscue resulted
In one run without Jbeneflt ef
r hit., ': f'-
,i 7 -rhf nm was all that Beck al

lowed, and after the score was
tallied, it also., revealed that
"npir nitrhed a no-hit ball

game, despite the fact that one
run was tabbed.
His mound opponent, although
touched for five hits, pitched a
ntnmariHarilA came and WAS

nosed out by the slim margin

of one run.
Besides pitching a wonderful
game Beck helped himself to
two hits. The game was featur featured
ed featured by snappy fielding.
. in the report Of the Elks and
Spur Cola game; it was stated
that Lincoln tabbed an Albritton
pitch for a home run. To set the
record straight. Perantie was
pitching, not Albritton.
The box score:

Gibraltar Life R H
Or.nl, fW 2 0 O

Hanna 3b
Hermanny cf u
Fraunheim lb JJ

AUman ss
Wilson c
Crosbv p
Lawyer If
Cn rYl If

Boughner rf 2 0
Lincoln Life

FOR RENT
Miscellaneous

FOR RENT: In new building,
moderrr office, excellent location.
CaJnpo Alegre, Calfa jtlcardo A A-rias.
rias. A-rias. Call 3-0702 or '2-2466.

FOR SALE: 1955 Cheyy Pick Pickup,
up, Pickup, ton, perfect condition.
1 1 1 -A Gamboa. Phone 6-372.

ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS
DRAWER "A,M DIABLO
BOX 1211. CRISTOBAL. C Z.

UNITED STATES CITIZENS In Income
come Income tax returns are dua April
15. Qualified tax consultant are
.available at your telephone. Call
Panama 3-7001.

FOR SALE: 1951 Chrysler
Windsor Club Coupe, duty free,
$550. Phone Cristobal 2568.

FOR SALE: 1953 Morris Minor,
in perfect condition. For infor information
mation information call Panama 2-2219.

Along The Fairways

PWOA NEWS
INTER-CLUB MATCHES

The first half of the annual

PWGA inter-club tournament will

be played at Brazos Brook on Feb

16 in conjunction with the regular

momnjy fwtiA tournament. ;
There will be five teams oartici-

paung, eacn team made up of four
players .and two alternates.

.The point count system will be

used; i.e. 20 points for each hnl

distributed 8-6-4-2-0. U.S.G.A. rules

or go will govern play.

n me event a team .member

cannot ptay; the No; J alternate be become
come become toe fourth player An the

team and the other members move

up. -r r
The teams are composed of the
following players, listed in their or order
der order of play.
Amadcr: Connie Bishop, Helen
SchuB, Ethel Perantie, Bobbie
Hughes, Beverly Dilfer, Linda
Longmore.
Brazos: Cleo Burns, Edith Math-

leson, Kuth Lincoln, Dotty La La-Croix,
Croix, La-Croix, Jane Huldquist, Nelly Thiw-

ney,
Davis: Louise Reynolds, Erlene.
Dials, Ruth Tortorici, Jean Stir Stir-wait,
wait, Stir-wait, Vi Russel, Doris Leeser.
Panama: Katie Call.. Svlva Car

penter, Irene Robinson, Mary

oiggs, ivay truray, jee Knutn.
SUMMIT: Pearl Trim. Lvnn

Jones, Louise Jones, Harriet Ser Ser-ger
ger Ser-ger Pe? Montanyne, Marge Lund.
Tee off time at Brazos is plan planned
ned planned for 8:15. The inter-club teams
will tee off number one and (he

players participating in only the
regular monthly tournament will

tee off number 10.

Commercial Sites

LIFE INSURANCE
call
JIM RIDGE
General Agent
Gibraltar Mfe Ins. Co.
for ratea and information
Tel. Panama. 2-0532

T.,V. ANTENNA SPECIALISTS
Best materials, expert workman workmanship,
ship, workmanship, lowest prices in town, all
work auaranteod. Antenna prices
to 10 feet high. Mast. 10-ele-ment
yagi installation $35, all
other antennas $28 for mast over
10 feet, $2 additional per foot
price includes Guy wire, etc.
Your locality problems handled
personally by U.S. treined men.
. Satisfaction guaranteed. For
prompt service call 3-6186. In Install
stall Install customers own antenna $10
plus any parts necessary.

Real Estate

Home Articles

houses. Phona Balbaa1772.
FOR SALE: -Boqueta bomesites. .
Level, electricity; water. Reason v
able prices,; terms. Sara Carrai-
ra, Boquote, Chiriqui.

' - i
FOR $ALEw Residential borne,
concrete. First class & comfort comfortably
ably comfortably built. Modern conveniences.
Ample grourrds, fenced. 26 me meters
ters meters front, 40 meters depth.
Owner leaving. For information
call telephone 2-3012 during
office hours. ,tv

' FOR'JALE Double beds with
i spiing and mattreu $49; metal
v. chests of drawers $9.50; ward ward-probes
probes ward-probes $15; dinette sets $69;
metal sideboards $15; metal
beds 139') with springs $14.50;
i.v cribs with new mattresses $39;
center .tables $15; linoleums
$6.95fi chairs $2.50- Household
' Exchange, National Ave. No. 41,
Phone 3-4911 Or 3-7348.

FOR SALE: One bedroom set
$50; one double bed, spring and
-mattress $20. Phone 3-0721
, Panama.

Don't let your husband forget
your Valentine. Tell him you
need a permanent (it'll be lovely
fof Easter, too). If he squirms,
settle for a new spring hair-do.
Geneli's Beauty Shop, Coeoli
Clubhouse, Phone Navy. 3812.

Lesson

3

School 01 Whales'

'Mass Suicide' Is.

Probed by Miami Lab

MARATHON.' Fla." "(VPfirion

tists and conservatiopists tried to

una out today why a school of

sinau wnaios committed
suicide.'-

mass

FBI Places Green
On 10 Mosl Vanled
Criminals Lirl

WASHINGTON (UP)-The FBI

today placed scar-faced Robert L

ureen, 27, on its list of 10 "most

wanted" criminals. IUwarned that

Green is "extremely dangerous."

me mammals, identified a a caliber revolver anH is M rot

enoniAo rtt .ll l i ...

m i t u wnaie i cauea a "great tnnu" out of using a
Diacjcfisli, rangmg-from seen to gun. He also is supposed to be

14 feet in leneth and from inn t

1,600 pounds in weight,, rammed

aoiiuie eany, unaay-4
Some 50 of thp Wat-lrfieh fl.m

, -"-.wa iiWUiT. -r aaita R11U R3 a
aerea in tne .sn a I In w wfAa'hiAvv -rinnlrpp wiih tefA

- j, " vr ai vi o 'J t vu sa novii iui

" v-uiony peacn and causes

way m mei!iorida Keys. 1
Scientists from th TinM,.!.. 1

.....ul luijme iaooraiory "will ax-

handy with his fists and is re

ported carrying a blackiack.

The FBI further described

ureen as an "ungovernable youth

witn a men iempr" and as a

CHILDREN & GENERAL
DENTISTRY
- ,. Or. R. Elsenraann
. St
i Dr C; E. Fabrera
, J C.T. DrnUl-Medlcl Polyellnle
Tivoll (4 of Jnly) Av. 21A24 j
(opposite Aiwon School playsround
i t Tel 2-2S11 Panami

TRANSPORTES BAXTER, S. A;
Packers Shippers Movers
Phones 2-24 51 2-2562
Learn Riding at
PANAMA RIDING SCHOOL
Rldinej 0 Jumping Classes daily
3 to 5 p.m. Phono 2-2451
ar by appointment.

"8Hm four figure down"
BOD REDUCING
MeLevy Machines, Massage
Steam Bath male end female
ORTOPEDIA NACI0NAL
SS At. Justo Arosemena 3-2217
Dr. SCHOLL treined Chiropodist

Ballet Spanish dance, guitar, la ladies
dies ladies rhythmic exercise, children's
rhythmic band. Mrs. Donaldson,
Phone Gulick 689.

Fneelke R R-Diiran
Diiran R-Diiran 2b
osfrea ss
Peek n ...
French 3b
case c
Farnsworth

Jovner -T. cf .
Meri rf
powman rf ...
yr'arno If
Engelke If

lb

MemDhis Siale Plays
!n IBT March (6-23

Tarolino ca
To hsue Ver;'i
On Moreland Ccse
RALElGH, N.C., Feb. 12 (UP)-
North sroii"14 sut 15 ex:
pected to release today the text of
the "final and conclusive" deci decision
sion decision the faculty representative of

the Atlantic Coast comerence ns

made in the Jackie Moreiana re recruiting
cruiting recruiting case
State College Chancellor C.
derision bv letter today. He indi-

aated Sunday night be would have

some comment only alter reaaing
the ruling. ,.
The representativet of the eight eight-member
member eight-member conference made the de derision
rision derision ia a meetinc at Greensboro

Sunday afternoon, but refused to

announce art) ether It voted n.
State ruilty or innocent of vtoia

tion ia its racruiting of More More-laad,
laad, More-laad, a Mind en, La., high schjol

basketball atar.
The f e a 1 1 y representatives
ruled State College vould have to
announce the decision, which was
to have reached the school this
morning, j i

NEW YORK, Feb. 12 (UP)

Memphis State of Memphis, Tenn..

today became the second team to

accept en invitation to play in the
National Invitation Basketball
Tournament at Madison Square

uaraen March 16-23.
Seattle accepted a bid last week.
Memphis State has an 18-4 rec

ord and has four more regular
seson fames. It his won eight of

us last nine games and scored

victories over sucn Dowers as

Louisville, Western Kentucky

Murray State and Mississippi
State during this period.
Memphis State's top player is

win wilfong. He is the team's top
scorer with 409 points and a 19.5

average.

!$lhni!an Co. Gefs
Low Bid To Repair
Personnel Bureau
A low base bid of M.200 was en entered
tered entered by the Isthmian Constructors,
Inc. for the installation of an
luminum roof and the -exterior
paipting of the new Personnel Bu Bureau
reau Bureau training center on Corozo
Street. The bids were opened yes yesterday
terday yesterday morning in the Administra Administration
tion Administration Building at Balboa Heights.
Bids also were entered by the
Federal Roofing and Painting Com i
pany and by Chain Singh. J
- The project will include the re
moval of the existing roof and the
installation of an aluminum roof
The basis bid also includes the
exterior painting of the building
and of an adjacent transformer
bouse. K
The work should be completed
during the next three months.

Engineering Essay
Contest Launched

At oneHioh Schools

As part of the celebration of
Engineers' Week, an essay con contest
test contest is being announced for the
9th and 10th grade students of
the Canal Zone high schools.
Engineers' Week, Feb. 24-March
2. is beinsr sponsored by the

three engineering organizations

on the Isthmus, Tne Panama
Society of Engineers and Archi Architects,
tects, Architects, The Panama Section,
American Society of Civil Engi Engineers,
neers, Engineers, and The Canal Zone Post,
Society of American Military
Engineers. The week is designed
to acaualnt the public with the

work, accomplishments, and fu

ture of the engineering proies-
slon.
The essay contest wa initiat initiated
ed initiated today at the Cristobal High
School by Mr. Elmer Stevens and
at the Balboa Hieh. School by
Mr. C. 3. Browne. The essays will
be written on the subject, "What
Engineering Has to Offer as a
Career." The contest will close
on Feb. 25. and winners will be

announced Feb. 28. Eav entry.

blank may be secured from the
principals of the Cristobal and
Balboa High Schools.

Sand Pit Slide

Kills 8 Workmen
In Mexico City
MEXICO CITY, Feb. 12 (UP-8
men were killed today by a land landslide
slide landslide in the El Olivo sand pit. on
the highway between Mexico City
and Toiwca. The men, working ia
the pit, were buried under hun hundreds
dreds hundreds of tons of sand by the slide.

Imperial Potentate
Of Shririers Here
For One-Day Visit
Lf A full schedule of events has

been arranged for. Gerald D. Cra-

ry, imperial potentate of t n e
Shrine, by members of Abou Saad

Temple.
Crarv who arrived aboard the

He de France this morning for a
one-day official visit with the Ca

nal Zone Temple is accompanied
by 96 Shriners and their ladie3

from temples throughout the Unit

ed States.
The program Includes a tour on

the Atlantic side, a visit to Mira-

flores locks, luncheon at the livo livo-li
li livo-li Guest house, a call on the Gov Governor
ernor Governor of the Canal Zone, V. E.
Potter, sichtseeine in Panama Ci

ty and a dinner-dance this evening
at the Ft. Amador Officers' Mess.
Also held this afternoon was a
meeting with officers of Abou Saad

and all beads of units ana commit

tee chairmen. At the dinner-dance

Crary tonight will address the 300
people who are expected to attend.
Crary heads .the .164 Shrine tem temples
ples temples and 17 Shriner Crippled Chil Children's
dren's Children's Hospitals and. is leader of
the almost one million Shrines. He

was elected at tne annual conven convention
tion convention of the Shrine In Detroit, Mich.,

on July 11, 1956.
Crarv and his party will leave

early tomorrow morning when ship
continues on its cruise.

Population Hits
170 Million Mark
US Records Show

WASHINGTON fUPV- The pop

ulation of the United States will

hit 170 million a few minutes after
11 a.m. Friday.

That's a guess, of course. Bui

it's an educated guess and one
that probably would prove quite
accurate if the government had

the facilities to count every Amer

lean at that precise moment.

In lieu of an accurate counting

of noses, the Census Bureau de

pends on a huse electric ciocs in

the lobby of the Commerce De

partment Building Here wmcn is

neared to recent averages and

adds-one person to the population
every 12 seconds. :-'

Shortly after 11 a.m. Friday, the

clock will pass the 170 millioa

mark. Dr. Robert W. Burgess,
census director. will commemo

rate the' occasion by posing be

fore the clock for photographers.
Every eight seconds a blue light

on the clock denotes a Dmn.
Every 21 seconds a purpole Ueht

denotes a death. Every two min

utes a ereea fiht heralds the ar

rival of aa .immigrant. Every 24

minutes a red light announces the

departure, of an emigrant.

A separate set of gear flashes

a white light every II seconds and

operates a numbering device to

indicate a net increase of one u

the population. .

jniine the carcasses in an attempt
ies 0M 0t ;natlu:' myster-

v

C

i conservation Agent
George Gross said he believed the
invasion was "an instinctive mass

w n j c n jus been noted
several times, along, the 'Florida
coast, 1 ,

eamblinc

Green has rbeen sought since

bept. 7 1954 when Tie and a fel fellow
low fellow inmate of the Utah State Pris

on 'at Draper made a daring es

cape Dy scaling a -guard fence
under a. hail of bullets. Green's

partner was picked up a couple
of.weeka later.
Green has traveled under a
number of a ti a s e s,, including
James H. Bayklns, 'Robert Loa Loa-men
men Loa-men Green. Jimmv, Martin anH

James Green.

' Ho is 5-11 and weighs 165
pounds. He has a medium build.
His hair is light brown and his
eyes are blue. He has a tattoo of
J eagle and a flag on his right

iuicrm.ana a. scar on his cheek
bone tinder. his right eye.

Meony To Get

American Citizens

$5000 Award
PHILADELPHIA, Feb. 12 (UP)
Jhe United American Mechan Mechanics,
ics, Mechanics, a fraternal benefit

day- announced its biennial $5,000
American Citizens Award would
be presented to George Meanv
president of the AFlvao; at a
anquet in Knoxville, Tenn., June

bave shown r B" wara wjmiers .were

...vmuui ,n isna n(1 f

caiuern iruman Jn 1955,

Stock Exchange
Dividends For '57
Hit 8 Billion ty f:,
New york' nrtW 'J

naid hv '7ir,us

New Vhrlr KtZX 7 u 6(1 n

eich.. bwtory.- the

..?tftJ dividends totaled ltaxn.

rtfi;enM.S

stock -'jSwon : oi the

.-vuauSc...

WANTED: Experienced maid
with f erenees, -age 25 to 3S,
t for ill housework. Must be good
with 4 small children. -Live in.
Necessary to speak some English.
Prefer someone from the Inte Interior,
rior, Interior, of good family, $40 month monthly.
ly. monthly. Call Pedro Miguel 4467 for
interview. t

WANTED i-- One second-hand
30 cycle phonograph,: Balboa
1310. i. i

"WANTED: i Experienced' book-

Keeper.- Apply Tropelc. I.A-
8:30 to 9:30 a.m. with refer references,
ences, references, f ' M 'I '', I
' 1 -' "r r ' :.t
e Back pay : ;
' LONDON, Feb llj'(UP)-A'
court awarded Mrs.. Myrtle Bur Bur-woed.
woed. Bur-woed. "$19,600 damages voday be
cause evry so often she starts
running backward." .J .) ,i
Her attorney said the 43-year-old
woman has suffered tmpredict-
able urges to run backward sine
she was injured in an antn awl-

dent in 1955. -,, -
The owners-of a car Which col collided
lided collided with Mrs.' Bur wood's car
were ordered o pay th damageg.,'

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(NEA Telephoto)

This msrlra 4k.

tiv- .. 1? rJia. conseeu

crease, the report said.

on the

GIFT FOR THE PBIlVrr Prlnp lkfohn

KlugrTSautl .'of .Saudi Arabia, tries' out a Mp'vpIb H-h trninirnr

wheels which was given to him by the group of chauffeur f
who drove for King aud during his stay to Washington; :

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stsiBs, tte um4 PARTS. Wlrics.
sereeaen clissefwrye, eHraye ens

CASA SPARTON

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FAMILY AFFAIR The sea-going 'Perez family of Bridge- 1
port, Conn., iad a happy reunion la-Naples, Italy, recently, -'fv
Chief Electronics rTechnician Manuel Perez, right, and "'hi' '
younger son, Charles, left, rode into port aboard the VSSr:
Boston world's first guided missile ship, f ;Thert they, met -tho ) t
chief's oldersoo, Radiomr- c Manuel, Jr, stationed in Naples. 1

Avianca Starts Service To The

Island Of San Andres

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PANAMA MERICAN

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t:A!S FILL YOUR MEEDS!.

(PA-O AVIANCA. Colombian

National Airways, has started
weekly Super Constellation

lllehts from Colombia to the Is

land of San Andres, the newest
resort in the Caribbean. A little

oyer two hours from Cartagena.
It is a Sunday fliRht. -;

Flyine AVtANCA out of NeW

York for Colombia, via the fa

mous British West Indian-Island

of Jamaica, tourists overnight in
Cartagena before going on to
San Andres. -

11 ,: v '.' t
1 Cartagena Is famous as the 1
city with the heavily walled for-
tress, and for gambling casinos -'
in plush hotels. Nearby Is an-, t
other famous vacation area the J
Emerald Coast - j
A modem resort hotel, firianc-
ed. by the Colombian, novern- i
ment, will shortly be completed
bn San Andres The Island
which is located north and west
of the Panama Canal, la in the
path of the trade winds, making -it
pleasantly cool in the eve-

ning.t. ... -

The First Hungarian Refugees
To Arrive In South America

(PA-C) The first Hungarian
refugees 71 men. women and

children to arrive In South A A-merlca,
merlca, A-merlca, are due in Colombia at

2:45 p.m. Saturday, February 2,

Aboard the AVIANCA "flight
will be a newspaperman with a
tape recorder. He is German del
Gado Morales, representative of

the newspapers La. Paz and La

1957. aboard an AVIANCA Supet Republica. as well as the radio

O. Constellation flight from Vl-network -CaracoL During tho
enna. The special flight will Atlantic crossing, he will tape-

leave Austria at 11 a.m. Vienna interviews with many of the

time. Friday February 1. 1957.

According: to Mitruel Pombo.

AVIANCA 'a United States Mana

ger, the people of Colombia will

passengera through an interpre

ter. J
When the flight Is about 408
miles off Barranauilla. en route

hear personal aecounta of the re- to the capital city of Bovot

lugees- escape irom tne commu-iconMici win oe maoe with -car-nista
in Huneary. lona before the'acol" and -the taped interviews

Illeht lands, throueh a "umaue radioed from the airplane to the
radio broadcast that will origin- radio station which will broad-

ate ia the airplane. 'cast them on the network,



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general manager of tho thow; L. M. Poxton, president of tho
7 Western Stock Show Association; Herman Purdy of Penn Stat
; University cattle division judge; and William Xrvina of Dyai
Iowa, ibe animal's owner and exhibitor. .;

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CHOOSING TAX
FORM TO USE

FIGURING TAX

By RICHARD A. MULLENS
FILING a tax return in some something
thing something like baking a cake. The fi finished
nished finished product depends upon the
material and skill that goes into it,
but the better material you use
the less skill is required.
That's why scientifically blend-,
jsd cake mixes have become so
popular and that's why so ma many
ny many taxpayers in the past have us
ed NEA's annual Income Taxi
jrniner 10 iicip mem mc a luhch
T- I 1 4 1 1 nnvMM
tax return at the least cost.
This year's Tax Primer design designed
ed designed to help the taxpayer who wants
to fill out his own return but who
wants more explanations, tips, ana
Rtpn-hv-steD instructions than is
provided in the official instruction
booklet issued with the blank tax
returns.
If you save, each of these articles
as they appear, you will find it
much easier to get over the five
steps in filling out a tax return.
Remomhpr. the return must be
filed on or before the deadline of
April 15. t1 x
It is always advisable to till out
ha rptnm well before the dead
line. Then if you have a refund
fnmme vou can file early and
sfand a better chance of getting
your money back quickly. Or if it
t-rns out that you owe more tax,
. h-vo ffrvn to arrn?e for Dav.
ment before the deadline of April
X Every citizen regardless of
v'lere he is living and everyone
e'se residing in the United States
must file a tax return if his answer
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Weather Or Not
TMa weather ripert for 4
hoiirs ending 8 a.m. 'Y.
ares' by h Meteorological and
Hydrof raphic Branch of th Pana Panama
ma Panama Canal Company :
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WEDNESDAY, FEBRURY 13
HIGH
a.m.
2:41 p.m.
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9:02 p.m.
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CLAIMING EXEMPTIONS

to one or more of the following
question is. Yes':
1. If you were 65 or over on Dec.
31, 1956, did you have income of
$1,200 or more? Yes No
2. If vou were under 65 on Dec,
31, 1956, .did you have income of
S600 or more Yes wo
3. If you were a self-employed
person subject to social security
tax, did you have net earnings
from self-employment of $400 or
more?
Yes No
Insurance Agenl Will
Outline Group Plan
Af PC Installs! ions
Visits to a number of Panama
Canal Company-Canal Zone Gov Government
ernment Government installations on both sides
of the Isthmus will be made dur during
ing during this week by Andrew M. Wright
agent for Mutual of Omaha in con connection
nection connection with the proposed Group
Health Insurance plan which
would give hospital and health
coverage to employes in the Can Canal
al Canal organization.
During his visits, Wright will an answer
swer answer individual questions on the
policy and its coverage and will
have available copies of the de descriptive
scriptive descriptive brochures and applica
tion forms.
The schedule for Wright's visits
to the various locations during the
week follows:
Todav. the Terminals Division
in Cristobal from 1:30 to 3:30 p.m.
tomorrow, the Diablo Commissa Commissary
ry Commissary at 1:45 p.m. and the Diablo
Service Center at z:iu p.m.; inurs inurs-day,
day, inurs-day, the Housing and Grounds Di Division
vision Division in Cristobal at 10:30 a.m.,
and the Cristobal Theater at 3
p.m.: Friday, the Dredging Divi
sion and Engineering Division at
10 a.m., the Paraiso Service cen center
ter center at noon, and the Gorgas Hospi Hospital
tal Hospital Mess Hall at 3 p.m.
The
Judge's Bench
Failure to exercise care in back backing
ing backing netted a $10 fine in Balboa
Magistrate's Court today for Pru Pru-dencio
dencio Pru-dencio Teodoro Villarue, 27, Pa Panamanian.
namanian. Panamanian. Augusto Gerbaud, 31, Panama Panamanian,
nian, Panamanian, was fined $5 for failure to
'ave his vehicle registered, plus
nother $5 for failure to answer
a citation.
W 9 S 3
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SHOWS:
1:15, 3:10, 5:06, 7:
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1.40
SPECTACLE AND THRILL!
UT OF DARKEST AFRIO
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REPORTING
INCOME
CLAIMING
Tn Hetprmlninff whether vour in
come exceeded the amounts snown
in 1 and 2 above, you cannot first
substract non-business deductions
such as charitable contributions
and taxes or interest on your home
For example, a student who earn
ed $650 would have to file a return
even though he contributed $60 of
this amount to some charity.
Many students and others who
work part time during the year'
do not earn enough to require
filing a return. If such persons had
any income tax withheld from
their salary, they should me a re
turn even though they are not re
quired to. Such persons owe-- no
tax and are entitled to a refund of
US Denounces Reds'
Hew Middle East
'Hands Off Policy
WASHINGTON. Feb. 12 ft7P
U.S. officials today denounced Rus
sia's new "hands off' doctrine for
the Middle East as designed to
force the west out of the area and
leave the Soviet Union free to stir
up more trouble.
They branded the six-point plan
of Soviet Foreign Minister Dmitri
hhepilov as a thinly disguised ef
fort to counter the Elsenhower
doctrine by driving a : wedge be between
tween between the west and middle east
nations.
.The first reaction In Congress
was that Shepilov a proposal was
"just the usual kind of propagan
da that emanates from Moscow."
Rep. Robert C. Byrd (D-W. Va.),
a member of the House Foreign
Affairs committee, laid It wai "in "intended
tended "intended to portray Russia as a
ereat Dromoter of Tjeace.
Rep. A. S. J. Carnahan (D-Md.),
another committee member, told
a reporter: "it would be foolish
for us to give consideration to the
proposal. It's just the usual Com
munist line.
Shepilov's proposal for a four-
power nands oil declaration lor
the middle east was delivered, to
the United States, Britain and
France in notes delivered in Mot-
cow yesterday.
Texan Out To Bag
An Elephant With
Bow And Arrow
LONDON, Feb. 11 (UP)-A Tex Texan
an Texan stopped over here today en
route to the Belgian Congo with
his bow and arrow to bag an tie
phant.
William Negley, a San Antonio
oilmn, bet William Carpenter of
Wilmington, DeL, $1,000 he could
shoot- an elephant with an arrow,
Carpenter, also an oilman, put up
sio.ooo tnat sain he couidn t.
"I reckon this is the most dan dangerous
gerous dangerous thing I've ever undertaken
in my life," Negley said. "Some
people could call it crazy, too
iNegiey oeueves mat an arrow
can kill an elephant if it strikes a
point behind the ear.
"My friend said it was I moos
sible, so here I am," said the six-
foot Texan.
Britain
Has
i
LONDON, Feb.
B.itain's plans for
12 (BIS)-
using atom-
1c enegry to teneraie a quarter
of her total requirement of
electricity by 1975 are now far
advanced.
The first atomic power station
at Calder Hall on England's
north-west coast has been at
work for several months.
Detailed plans for three eth ether
er ether atomic power stations, each
twice the site of Calder Hall,
have already been announced.
Announcement of a fourth is
expected sen.
These four improved versions
of calder Hall, show quite clear clearly
ly clearly that for some years to come
this type of atomic TJowei- ta-
tlon wlU be unrivalled where
large size and almost continual
workinr are required.
Already the cost or electricity
generated in these stations is
comparaoie wun tnai irom
coal-burn In stations in Britain.
This obviously makes atomic
power stations an attractive orc
positlon and inquiries about
power stations for export ore al
ready reaching the United King
dom.
WORJONO WITH TVfrTRT I
But In spite of all '.heir at-
'calder BaU type, nick-namedi

DEDUCTIONS

anv that was withheld, but it will
not be
repaid unless t return u
filed.
Next; Which form te use.
Israel Slays Mum
On UN, US Proposal
Of Gaza Withdrawal
TEL AVIV, Feb. 12 CUP; The
Israeli erovernment refused to
day to discuss the latest United
Nations' declarations on witn
drawal of Israeli troops from
the Gaza Strip and fiharm El
Sheikh.
"1 am not Inclined to inter
pret the intentions of the Sec Secretary
retary Secretary of State" a government
spokesman said.
"Butliei added "a number of
meetings are now in progress
between Eban (Israeli '. Ambas Ambassador
sador Ambassador to the United States and
chief U.N. delegates Abba Eban)
and American officials at an
levels.' It will take a study of
the recent proposals by Secre
tary of State John Foster Dulles
and United Nations Secretary
General Dp- Hftmmarsk.fold be before
fore before any official reaction can be
expected, the. spokesman said.
But the spokesman said Hflm-
marsklold apparently., ; Intends
to ask the General Assembly for
a "fresh mandate'to carry out
Its decisions, t.
The: Israeli government atlll
believes Hammarskiold is back
ing "qui t diplomacy'' the
spokesman said.
Hammarsktoid's itftt ement
ranting at sanctions was read
here against the background 'of
other International conflicts),
according to the spokesman.
British Papers
Welcome! Meeting
Of Ike, Macmillan
LONDON1- Fh. (VP .Urt.
tain's newspaper welcomed the
forthcoming summit meeting be.
tween President Eisenhower and
Premier Harold MacMillan todav.
with the hope that it would help to
clear the air after last year's
Anglo-French suei intervention.
The Manchester Guardian said,
it is good news... they have much
to discuss, and a through exchange
of views may be helpful, even if it
leads to no publicised decisions.
It may help further to clear the
air."
said me Daily Telegraph: "no "nothing
thing "nothing could be more useful to a
British Prime Minister, hist in
stalled in office and faced with the
need for new and challenene de
cisions ... than a personal meeting
wun resident Eisenhower. Toe
news that Mr. Eisenhower was a
greed to meet Mr. MacMillan in
Bermuda, therefore... is to be wel
corned without reservation."

Peaceful Atoms Hard At
Scientists Seek Smaller

' Plppa," suffer two dlsadvanUg
es.
They are expensive to build,
although fuel costs are low, and
they can only product electricity
cneapiy wnen tney are large.
For this reason, research in
the United Kingdom Atomic
Energy Authority's laboratories
at Harwell and euewnere is fol following
lowing following two lines.
First, there is the business of
Improving; pippas and develop
ing other even more, efficient
Urge power stations.
Secondly, there is the need
to find the best peeslble desiga
for a smaller and leas costly
type of station.
In both projects, uie Atomic
Enery Authority la worklnj very
closely with industry.
in an atomic power station.
as one burning oil or coal, the
heat generated by the fuel is
used to raise steam wnicn oper-
a tes a turbine and .turns
tne
electricity generator.
All the Droblems revolve a-
round the,desien of the atomic
1 furnace of nuclear reactor
The first arertM for oar ad
vanced vower statina is that t
shoald be. fairly email. TnW
niles wot tbe aee of the simale
trp r feel erirr anrUl anrUl-Ue
Ue anrUl-Ue orleni msed In rtppa
reset era. i

"Let the people

32nd TEAR

Judge Orders Virginian School Desegregation;

We Might
WASHINGTON Feb. 12 (UP)
a lourtn scnool system in Virginia
has been ordered by a Federal
court to desegregate and a fifth
is involved in an integration suit
slated for an initial hearing today.
U.S. district. Ms Walter; I.
Hoffman, whe. recently declared
Virginia's fwpit placement law
"uncenstitutienal en Ht face,"
yetterday ave Newport News'
official until Aua 15 te dese desegregate
gregate desegregate their schools.
"We might as, well get merrily
on our way," Hoffman said after
a one-day hearing at Newport
News yesterday. "I see no rea.
son for postponement."
Hoffman said he realized th
Newport News officials : were
"caught in a vise" between State
and Federal laws but said .he
might have-been more lenient if
they had tried to take steps toward
integration.. 1 .-"
1 The hearing on the fifth school
was slated in Norfolk on a com
panion suit to the Newport News
case. r : ;
Virginia attorney f e n e r a 1 I
Lindsay Almond Jr. yesterday ap
pealed to the U.S. Supreme Court
to reverse orders to desegregate
schools of Charlottesville and in
Arlington County.
Prince Edward County, directly
involved in the Supreme Court's
desegregation ruling of 1954, has
been given more time to work out
its integration problems. f
The ahief wltneet ef the Nw
port News hearing wa Dr. R.
O. Nelson, school superintendent.
US Reds Hold f6fh :
Convenlion To Pick;
20 Ilev Delegates
NEW YORK. Feb-W fUPi
The Communist Party of the Unit United
ed United States elects toaay a new, ex expanded
panded expanded national com m i 1 1 e e to
guide it on the "democratic road
to socialism."
Twenty. members-at-laree of the
proposed 60-member incoming na national
tional national committee were scheduled
to be chosen by some 300 delegates
at the party's 16th national conven
tion which ends today.
The other 40 will be elected at
conventions to be held within two
months. The present committee
consists of 13 members and nine
alternates.
There was a question whether
the convention would choose a Ra
tional chairman, A party spokes
man refused last night to say
whether delegates would elect a
party leader. .
William Z. Foster, elderly, ail
ing national chairman struggling
for party control, faces a decisive
test today when the delegates vote
on a resolution to decide if the
U.S.. party will make its -own in
terpretations-. of Marxist-Leninist
doctrine.
The resolution will, decide what
degree of independence the U. S.
party shall exercise in making
doctrinal interpretations that may
differ from Soviet leadership or
from .those of Communist parties
in other countries.
i Natural uranium la a -very
noor fuel onlv one nart in 140
'consists of uranium-235, the
kind of atom which is split in
the reactor
In our advanced station we
must use a more concentrated
fuel, so that the reactor can be
smaller.
' We are then fsced wtih the
problem of fretting; heat out of
the small reactor sufficiently
quickly.
In Plppa a blast of gas was
able te carry the beat away te
tbe boiler tabes. AM tort, of
other method mr Vein f tried
et by Harwell -'
One way Is to ae fqaid met metals,
als, metals, another is te we water
ander tech great preswr
that K s prevented frera belling-
, ;
Even more advanced kinds of
reactors are also betn Investi Investigated,
gated, Investigated, for example, it might be
possible to build a reactor which
worked at red heat and used a
stream of gas to carry the heat
away,
Thl x etream wnnM K h.yt
enough to be used directly in al
ts turbine. CutOnr out thel

Uproceu of saan-rai&ing touia.uquia ocmu is us poiiers.

know the truth itnd the

PANAMA, R. r., TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 12, 1957

As Well Get Merrily On Oiir: Way7

who said integration ef schools
In Washington, D. C, had proved
to bo a "tragedy."
Police chief William T. Peach
said school integration would cause
serious law enforcement problems
and school board chairman Phil
lip Murray said, "the situation is
growing more tense all the time."
City manager Joseph Biggins tes.
lined that Negroes enjoy equal
opportunities with whites in New Newport,
port, Newport, News and, unlike whites, have
a city-Owned hospital. Negro chil children
dren children outnumber white children.
. Meanwhile a grand jury inves investigated
tigated investigated racial violence, in Montgo
mery, lAla., and police in Colum Columbus,
bus, Columbus, Ga., studied scant clues in the
Boys 9, Girls 6
A pair of twin boys were among
the 12 babies born at Coco Solo
Hospital during the week ending
at midnight Feb. e. The twins were
born Feb. 2 to Mr. and Mrs. Ho-
racio Duncan,, of Colon.
During the week. 70.. patients
were' admitted, and 78 were dis
charged. 1 -
Babies were (torn to tne follow
ing American citizens; Mr. l a n d
Mrs. Gurme Jenkinsi of coco soil-
to, daughter; Mr. and Mrs; tieorge
. 4 ...... ;J.,tffli4... V
and Mrs. John Sproul, of Gatun,
son; Mr, and Mrs. Kenneth Dev Devlin,
lin, Devlin, of Coco Solito, son; Mr, and
Mrs. Vernon seeiey, oz Margarita,
son; and Mr. and Mrs. aiiDurn
Ward, el Cec Solito, ion. 's
Rabies were born to' the follow
ing parents of Panamanian nation nationals
als nationals v: Mr. and Mrs. Chirles Inniss,
o Rainbow' City, : daughter; Mr.
and 'Mrs. Oscar Landaverde, of
Rainbow City, son: Mr. and Mrs.
Jose Munive, of Colon, son ; a n d
Mr. and Mrs. Lester Anderson, ot
Rainbow City son,
Honeymoon To Have
Back Injury Treated
NEW YORK. Feb. 12 (UP)-Ac-
tress Elisabeth Taylor, who inter
rupted her honeymoon ; witn pro producer
ducer producer Michael Todd to fly here
for treatment of a back injury.
was released from a hospital to
day in "entirely satisfactory con
dition."
Miss Taylor underwent a spinal'
oneration at Columbia Presby
terian Hospital before her marri
age to Todd. She spent last night
in the hospital after suffering a
new back injury in a smaii air airplane.
plane. airplane. A hospital spokesman said Miss
Taylor left the hospital shortly
after noon today to rest at home.

i 1
Little League :

Work,
A-Powerhouses

lower the initial cost of the sta station.
tion. station. ....
EXPERIMENTAL BREEDER
Then, there is the possibility
of designing the reactor along
ue nne oi a chemical plant.
instead of having separate
ruei elements made of uranium
as in Plppa, the uranium' fuel
would be dissolved up a,nd cir circulated
culated circulated through the reactor
A nubtr of Harwell sciea sciea-t'sta
t'sta sciea-t'sta are very eathaaUstic a a-boat
boat a-boat this type of reactor be be-caase
caase be-caase It might be made to
work extremely cheaply aad
efficiently.
rinany", the business of 'oulld J
inr breeder reactors for atomic
power stations has. still to be
worked out ;,.-
'To investigate, bow breeder
reactors work a t la?ge scabs
an experimental breeder atomic
power station is being built at
Dounrtay in the north of oU
The workme; nart of the reac
tor is little largT than a duit-
bin, insiae wnich heat is vener venerated
ated venerated equivalent to 60,000 electric
flr
, -i . '--'
The heat is carried away by!

country is Abraham Lincoln

a Negro leader in self defense a
yesr ago.
The grand jury in Montgomery
was. expected to file presentments
by this weekend concerning the
wave of bombings of Negro homes
end churches following the inte
gration of city buses.
Circuit Judge Eugene Carter
charged the grand 'jury yester
day, saying;.'' "Montgomery has
been free of such crimes for ma many
ny many years and we want to keep it
so." i 4 A
j Officials nlan to present evid
ence tomorrow against seven white
men accuser! of the bombings or
sniping; at the ..buses, -x
The Investieation in Columbus,
Ga concerned the death of Luico
Flower, 55, white department store
owner who waa .found mortally
wounded in a nearby theater lob'
hv vtrdiv mornintf.
Police checked the possibility of
a racial revenge for the slaying
of Drr T; H. Brewer, local Negro
urier. about a year ago. A jury
ruled that flower killed Brewer
in self defense.
Top Washington
Educator Refutes
Report To House-
' WASHINGTON (UP -'A'tOP
Washington educator said Tuesday
that integration PI t wasningum
schools hss prpduced a "miracle
of, social -justice.,' r ,
i JHe indirectly refutedithe char charges
ges charges of four. Southern House mem mem-whA
whA mem-whA rinorted after, extensive
hearings last year that integration
had. caused ..vappaumg nisciiu nisciiu-ary
ary nisciiu-ary and sex problems in Washing
ton schools, v.
I Dr. Can-r. 'Hansen;
suBerintendent of District of Col
umbia schools, issued a report on
the progress of integration m
Washington schools,' was puo-
lished by the Antl Defamation
League of B'aat run. f t,
The report' said the. local board
of education is "well on the way way-toward
toward way-toward meeting its, primary objec
tive: MThe maximum aeveiopmeni
of eery pupil, regardless of race,
creed, cultural and economic stat status,
us, status, and supposed capacity fqr
learning." V'.""
Henry Edward Schultz, .national
chairman of r the Anti-Defamation
League, said Hansen's rep o r t
"was not written as a rebuttal to
the- subcommittee's findings But
he said it stands ;"in strong con contradiction"
tradiction" contradiction" to the conclusions of
the subcommittee.
Ilewimati Relurns :
To IIYAfler Visit
To Communist China
NEW YORK (UPj-Willism C
Worthy," American Negro newspa newspaperman
perman newspaperman who returned this week weekend
end weekend from a visit to Communist
China, said today that the. State
Denartment "cannot expect to
avoid" a decision in the dispute
over bis passport. i
: The State- Department an announced
nounced announced in December that it had
revoked the passports of Worthy
and two other American newsmen
who had gone to Red China,
Worthy refused to turn in his
passport last week to U.S. offi officials'
cials' officials' in Budapest who ssid they
wished to mark it valid only for
travel to the United States.
1 In a copyrighted news story to today
day today in the New York Post, he
said, "My passport was not lifted
on Sundav morning at Boston's
Logan Airport." But .'it is due to
expire on March 4, Worthy wrote.
Worthy, a reporter fothe Bal Baltimore
timore Baltimore Afro-American, went to
China during his Christmas vaca vacation
tion vacation from Harvard University,
where he is studying as a Nieman
fellow. Worthy said Sunday night
he defied the State Department
ban on travel in Red China "to
uphold tbe principle of freedom
of the press.", v
"I went to Red China primar
ily for the story,' but also for the
principle." be ssid. "The right to
free movement is very precious.
Gas Run
LONDON, Feb. 12 (UPV- Sea Seaman
man Seaman Robert Clark was fined $40
today for "importing" five gallons
ef gasoline from Canada to ra rationed
tioned rationed Britain in a milk churn.
Clark, a Londoner, pleaded that
he was only bringing it into the
country to vse in his tar. -: 1
Officers aboard the Canadian
Pacific cargo- ship Bea verdill
smelled the gasoline and located
it hidden in tbe ship's vegetable
sloraroera, '

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