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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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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eenger pa-eenger trains stacked Crosswise of her deck like a load of ste el pipe, vestibules of the dogged-down ,coaches,hung eight
feet outside the" hull-line' both port and starboard: Persons wishing to move from car to car found it afer to go over the -root
Togethep-with a shipment of locomotives and boxcars, 1 the obsolete coaches were enroute from Boston to Pusam. South.
Korea, -as a gift to the Kopean government from friends In the "United States., They moved through the locka without
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,losl of, the Carta! employes who -were shifted "to jdiffereqt work as a result of the
big reduction of force on Jan. 1 have fceen making: good Irt theif new jobs, ,
V A personnel spokesman said today that' the: majority, of people "are rtiaking the.,;
adjustments" required, or,: if they a'reu'jWnabre to do -so, the employing agency has beenj5
able to shift them to other "wdrk andWe'therrr a' second try. ''
To Wilson Croolt, who directs t(teaAtfy itJ, f commissaries and service eenterst
has fallen the tesponsibility of fitting' hundreds "of people- into; new; work, pattern.'.

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It will "take itnother month or
two, he predictea toaay Dciore va various
rious various matter affected by t h e
change can conform miiy to mo
new order of things."?1'
Today he remarked on the po po-liov
liov po-liov hf ivmsr the' oeoDle who
"humped" or shifted to new work
for other reasons- t reasonaDif
leng'h of time in whicT master
their duties. This poliey was an announced
nounced announced by Gov. William E. Pot Potter
ter Potter when the redUiMon-iaj-fprce 5pe 5pe-i:u'S
i:u'S 5pe-i:u'S went out. '.;;7'7r
jftrmai-trainini f lie aff 'ed
employes for their iaew jobs is be-
ing employed on a lairly wwe
scale, it was emphasized. ; V,5-
Most popl in sew poskt r
' ctching an rapidly"? commit-,
tiry and ptritaitl ffcials
,r eree.. : . .. ". ';';...
1 But few arc not going to b
-ab! to adapt thmslves to the,'
' demands of thir prtsent jobs,.
It is predicted. ... ;,
Manners are a problem, officials
agree, ; :?
?At commissaries and servka
centers in the U. Tate commu-iii-ics,,
ther manners of some em employes
ployes employes .transferred from Ihe units
that closed Jan
as
Peopl
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1 have Wji uirh ....-. ..j iT-"." ""' I

to irritate custom.-r. ' T '.-,1. JJi-1'" "V w jaunaeiy pw.aw.qiviaoKii w

e with ,r.Ph--v .ns (,.":7J,:..". :""77'w" r0Ken Inw-': 7 :.' it witn -tne veterans

- u i 4iati:iicr in a: ii wmw wiit'ii junrnii i at nntamaunr naadu ri i( i ... , ? ..

warn, esnecilly those who.rr . "iJJ?JSl KT T7C l v"ma7Tl":

ir '7ni'f7,K. Z ,V "'i-"Jea out to I rrwia for failing to re-
'in S,rtrf,h.T C0 ra" vai ,he e accident I
in cpntact with customers hvc hia bad .'r.ving caused.,
.

' Mid East Fighting. Probable

WASHINGTCWFcb
- Adm.
chairman
EUff,
unless
doctrine fightiinr, probao'.y
weas out m the
Sentl
Radford made
two weeks o at a cloed-door
heanm of the combined Senete-
Armei Eemres and Fore g-j Re-.-
laiions coium:ttees. Tr gio; p
approved a aouenea version efj
the President's plan yesterday.)
Jils heavily-censored twUuionyi
! The rhairmaa said that an an-ten
ten an-ten same resolution t passed
. clearly Matin r the T S. poti poti-V
V poti-V tion-"Th split li Ihe !Ara

OI me joint Lr.ieU Olt "TTi. irt,i nf lh r T. ;i" 31. i

. ... t -: : i ; iiunimiT uction. ana nT sa anmr iv in pi ion, ina

Daorm, with the Help nr ine
Rassan, Is tom to irnuJt w
an eothreak, prh3bly, f
Swe kin of fltbttag."' I
-He said each an Outbreak!

IDEA FOR J.10RE aOUYANT OPERATION

on
! .... k : . a.i
hopfii traiisfftrrftif t other places
rrtin pmnloves are said "to
show -a tendency to' complain fo
the customers, or correct mem.
' Such -workersr lt" is-? considered
lack ihe concept of "service" ne
cesgary to job in the, service
trades.- 7'? 7'7' y
, Unwillingness pr inability t0 con
centrate tin r rouune jot is aum aum-pering
pering aum-pering some workers p others seem
to findrtheir- new work boring,
herce are not too effective. v
sThe best adjustments, ft ap appears,'
pears,' appears,' have; been made by men
who did manual or light mechar
nieal work and have been, tran
sferred .to jobs of similar nature.
Male workers oi mis category
also have the best chances of re
emrloyment, since it is in the.e
fields that fresh open jngs are most
apt to occur. "? S
Women, on the other hand, have
tne poorest chances of .reemploy-
Bad Driving Nets Nets-Two
Two Nets-Two Traffic Fines
Simon Urfiola, 26, Panamanian

was fined $15 in Balboa Magis.rappijed u B earlier crime

- .-lit" hi wiiti' ri np we ra it-it it ns in ornni rt PYornw .vrvirai nmm

rn ""'""I une was inei-,
Pension Checks ;
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cb. 7S, March 4
tm i
txUions
tw. .,
h's cherkj for
hiil-d at trie V 8.
1 FTkiav, left 53,
". March 4. at con-
in Panama and
3 snnmuHxl to-
rjiiDarr'
and fciu,
suiar of. 1
t olon, it
dav-
The en;
, The en i.s. will be closed
or, xiarr!l i Constitution
raVK and ?'arch 5 iCamival
Tuesday). t;-.e announcement
said.

14 1 UP h miht SDrr:,d inttWor!rf War 'fnfl in Auu.r,( i,iKr.aV .im,..,

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Courtesy

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to them are in the sales and food'
service departments where the bin
gest, cut occurred, ; an8 where no'
exnansion is foreseen.:
K Of almost ftoo who lost their iohi
jarj. l or snortiv an.er, about iall
were men ana nail were women.
P, Personnel officials say;;, g r e a i
carats, oeing taken to see Mat
these, fired, employes... are civen
Tirst option on suitable Canal jobs
iiai vpea up.
laundry at Curunifu
SesmsTd Fascinafe
!o-TifnieB!iro!ar:
h Ella Montemayor, 28, a Pana
manian caugnt redhanded last
week in the act' of burglarizing
the Army t quartermaster laundry
at Curundu, faced the Balboa Ma Magistrate
gistrate Magistrate again yesterday afternoon.
The charge-against Montemavor
wai the same: burglarizing the
tv,uiuuuu I'unui. dui me cnarge
waived, preliminary hearing, ves-
terday and waa bound over on the
second charge. -..
' Bail of $100 was not posted.
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Unless Ike Doctrine' In Passed-Rjadford.

lng some of these splits which
exist out there,- he said. -'

"If we take the stand vhlchT 'But t Radford warned that
is outlined in this resolution and I "Middle East oil is the oil re re-the
the re-the Russians know that that is serve of the world for the next

- jour policy he said, "ruv own (hundred years" and if the Cora Cora-!
! Cora-! feelln is that they will be in-1 munistt control it they can con-

icunea 10 PU1 ,n tneir nornt,
rause It ia a losing
game
for
tnem. u
t
Badfard noted that -the
Ruaalan military problem La
the Middle FaU it' a prrUy
terch one." He sad RusVat
o'v fopply lines with Syria
and F.fpt are by tea and air
anil both arc sa eject te inter inter-rnntlon
rnntlon inter-rnntlon ...-..-
He said the Russians more-

OF P.R.R.

Big?OiltlnlerVsls.y
T:!d;Td;Acffi:cfe
Or Face Regulation
WASHINGTON. Feb. 14 '. rUIM
Sen. Joseph C. O'Mahoney warn-
a major oil companies today to
ut back prices and speed up e-
mergqney shipments to Europe or
face possible federal regulation.
u Mahoney issued 3 the warning
as the Senate subcommittee oil in-!
vestigation that he heads summon summoned
ed summoned Secretary of interior Fred i A.
Seaton to testify .this morning.
O'Mahoney said he had tio spe specific
cific specific legislation in mind "not for
the present anyhow," He said, he
would not recommend any. until
after he had t '.'looked at all the
"We vant to talk with Hhe big
oif 'interests which volunteeree to
accelerate fuel shipments abroad'
he said. , ; ,
He said some Oil company offi officials
cials officials may be called in next week,
The subcommittee plans first to
take further testimony from gov
ernment officials.
O'Mahoney is particularly inter
ested in getting testimony from
M. J. Ratnbone, president of the
Standard Oil Co. of new jersey.
He made no secret of the fact that
he was irked that Rathbone invit
ed reporters,. includinga number
from Washington, to New YorK to
a press conlerence yesteraay
CI Life Insurance:
Dividends Taxable
WASHINGTON. Feb. 14 (UP)
Veterans were warned today that
they must pay taxes on GI life
Et on depot.
Administrs
ruled that the Interest on the in-.
sura; re dividend is taxable and
should be reported on 1956 income
tax returns.. :
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devote "plen-
ln money" now
the standard 'of
satellites, and
thus he forced to cut .down on
aid to the Middle East
oe-;troi tne economy or western su
rope and have access to Africa.
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"I cannot think o'f anything
moit daneeroua, because I am
sure in those cireumtsancea.
the alliances in western Europe
would be seriously crippled" he
said.
"I think lhat there would oe
a tood chance of the commu communis
nis communis t taking over westers Xu-

Panama Inspectors
May Board Vessels
For Canal; Transit
Panama 'and United States of
ficials are -discussing a plan un under
der under which nautical inspectors of
the Panama government would be
permitted to go aboard Panama
flag ships which arrive for tran
sit of the Canal, it was learned
today.
It is understood, that, such In-
.pector would have a chock,
list of regulations regarding' -quipmnts,
living conlitjont and
other matters aboard the vos vos-solt
solt vos-solt which come under the Pa Panama,
nama, Panama, maritime code.
Reports of the insoectors' find
ings would be turned over to the
proper agency of the Panama gov
exnmem, ; fr .?
This matter has been the sub
ject of informal discussions from
time to time. .
Within recent months Panama
ma ia understood to have sub submitted
mitted submitted a proposal to the United
states Embassy in Panama,.
The Embassy has now given
the Foreign Office a reply.
If Panama accepts the brovi-
sions,. there will then exist a basis
for an agreement, an embassy
The DreDOsals- involve havine
uic rmmi oauucai inspectors
board Panama flag ships at eith
er itaiooa or Cristobal.
Air-Born Baby
Poses Problem
Of Nationality
VIENNA. Austria niPl h.
birth oft, i baby in t an aimlanp
ever continental JSurope had .the
uivernauonar iaw experts in stew
today trying to fieure out hr n.
tionality. ,..'; ; ai. :
Mrs. Fritz! Fanei: 2s:? tav birth
to a girl in an Israeli plane Over
German territory Tuesday. Mrs.
Fangl and her husband are Aus-1
trians. They live in Britain. The
plane was enroute from Amster
dam to Vienna. W
The Israel "El-Al"- Airlfne said
this may be the first case in air?
une nisiory oi tne oirtn or a Daoy
over continental Europe.
Experts said the baby could
claim Austrian, or Israeli citizen
shipbut not German : citizenship
because she was born' on Israeli
territory (th plane) and only over
German territory. : f

Woiild-Be S Rescuer Joins
Of Helicopter Crash In

Three American civilians
whose helicopter came down in
the Guatemalan jungle Sunday
have been found and are appar apparently
ently apparently safe. i
They had been the subject of
an intensive air search by civi civilian,
lian, civilian, U.fcV; Army, and Air. Force
planes. -;,. ',
Thy ware spotted last evening
hf a Micopter pilot llying U fhm
Keystone, Oif Co. I" attetiptiae to
land betide them, hia tr blade
track a tree. He waa. ealiMrt ..in
j the -resulting eaah. ..: ; v' 7-",.
With the three earlier crash
ed fliers he is waiting on the
banks of the San Pedre River.
waiting for native boats which
have been sent to pick them up.
The search and rescue mission.
under the commands of V. Ar Army
my Army Capt. John Bergner of, the
LAOS Guatemala project, Has
been called off.r i
, The hclicaetef in which the
three men crashed Sunday vat fins'
sighted. yesterday, hy a U.S. Amy
leaver, near Paso Cahallee. ahontJ
200 miles north of Guatemala Cjry.
At that time there was no sign of'
rope in- time through sheer eco economic
nomic economic strangulation.
Extra PRR Cars
To Be Added
To Train Feb. 21;
Arranaomentt have Won made
to attach extra cooehoo to thoV

regular 4:41 p.m. train from Iho
Atlantic tide Foh. 21 for Mm eon eon-venionco
venionco eon-venionco of rhoto who with to t t-tond
tond t-tond the Isthmian Girl Scout
pageant to bo hold at Fort Clay Clay-ton
ton Clay-ton Thursday night.
Gov. Potter hat approved a ap-
cial rowadtrip rata of $1 ooch
all portent from the A Hen tie tide
who with to attend the tcouf pro-
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THE PULSE
OF PANAMA
THE RESUMPTION of a split
work day for; government offices
and schools is reportedly Dwng
studied by the Permanent Xegis Xegis-lative
lative Xegis-lative Committee of the National
Assembly-at the, request of. the
government. : "t'",
i A decree modifying the law au
thorlzing the present single six-and-a-half
hour work shift would
put all government schools, col
leges, several offices of the Fin
ance Ministry, customs, hospitals,
dispensaries and post offices on a
morning .and afternoon work day,
in order to render better service
to the pubjiic.
A mooting of hemisphere am ambassadors
bassadors ambassadors of the Unitad States
with officials of the U.S. gov.
ornment, scheduled to bo hold
hero next month, hat boon post postponed
poned postponed bocauso of th proposed
Bermuda moating of President
Eisenhower and British Prime
Minister Harold Marcmillan, it
was announced 'yesterday. '
City Councilman Mrs. Carmen
Navarro Arosemena said last
night there is a possibility that
the distribution of some bus rout routes
es routes will be taken over by the Mu
nicipal government.
Mrs. Arosemena. the wife of
Col. Carlos Arosemena. secretary
general of the National Guard, i-
nitiated the move to have dus
routes assigned on bids by the Ci
ty Counoil.At present bus routes
are assigned by the police.
The last1 two members of the
three-man Electoral Tr i b u n a 1
were named yesterdays W.i t h e
government.'. juid thevJSiupX'e ,e,
Court. Theovfnmem; appointee
is. jjooniaaa, a. rareuci. isaias
Pinilla, legal advissr ,of the Pres-
laencia. was namea oy me ou ou-preme
preme ou-preme Court; .:,,, 7
The third member is Jose Ma Maria
ria Maria Herrera, a member of the op opposition
position opposition Liberal Party, who was
chosen recently by the National
Assembly.
It was estimated today that
property owners owe the gov
ornment mere that $2,500,000 in in-proper
proper in-proper ty taxes.
A list of the property tax de delinquents
linquents delinquents I presently being com
piled by the Pinanco Ministry.
the survivors.
Participating, in the search
were:
1. A USAF C-47 of the USAF
mission to Guatemala, flown by
Ma). James W. Harris and Capt,
Robert A. Price.
2. A DeHavilland Beaver from
the Nicaraguan LAGS project.
flown by Lt William T. May with
Spa M. A. Jimenez as crew chief.
3. An L-19 from the Honduras'
IAGS project, flown by Lt.
Thomas W. Coley.
4. An L-l of the VS. Army
Aviation Detachment. Carlb-1
bean.' flown by Lt. Harold L.
Turner with Sp3 Charles A.
Kurth as crew chief.
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MAJ. GEN. THOMAS HiRBOLD decorates Co. "CT a guidon at a review given by ihe Ba ixva,
, HighSchool ROTC Unit In Balboa Stadium yesterday. Co. XT. was chosen aa the "OuUUrkl "OuUUrkl-4ng
4ng "OuUUrkl-4ng Company" of the Balboa ROTC Battalion for the last six week aeriod. Sho-n v
from left to tight sire Capt Christopher Wheeler. A$CFMS&T in chares of B F.OIO,
Harrold. Cadet Cap. Bill Dolan, "C" company commander. Cadet Capt. Suzaa Foixr, cm-.
pany sponsor, and Cadet MSgt Mike Koch tr, .company gulden bear,er, :

ISmppers Docliers j

Expected

This Afterhooh

NEW YORK, Feb. 14
chief Joseph F. Finnegan said
the day which will settle
idled about 150 ships from

Finnegan and representatives of the New York Ship

ping Association and the
Association (Ind.) prepared
session later today to reach
Finnegan first met with
"I think we have all the
consummation of a fair and

afterward, "one that will permit the employers to operate

at a reasonable degree ot
represent a contract very
workers." f fy--

"... Both sidetf agreed last night that only minor issues
stood in the way of Settlement. vJ

? Notes of optimism also were
sounded today bV' negotiators in
the strike of tugboat and barge
crewmen as they resumed delib
erations' aimed at ending sir 14 14-da
da 14-da work stbopaee, that has out
of f70 percent of .MeW 'York's
fuel ehteneeil.'rf.-'-,
MarttiriteUaiork ind m employ
er eroiro aereedt the-, conclu
sion of a meetinR early today,
that the picture, had brightened.
f ( 1,,.' iij'. ';.?. ;;',
Although tne tug strine nas
cut deeply into fuel 'supplies
in the greater New York area,
city' officials said-truck and
occa&'onal tacker : deliveries
were helping forestall any
emergency. i v t -,
A sDOkesman for Mayor Rob
ert F, wagner saia mat, in me
events of an emergency, the
Federal srovernment could sup
ply the city with fuel from area
government' installations.

Stranded Survivors
Gu atemalan jungle

.7
5. An L-191 of the.837th Engi Engineer
neer Engineer Aviation Company, flown
by Lt. Joseph V. Turner. : r
6. Two C-4Ttrliner of Avia Avia-teca
teca Avia-teca The Guatemalan airline.
It is believed that single-en-glned
planes, such as the Bell
47 helicopter In which the three
men went missing., are normally
prohibited from flying unescort unescorted
ed unescorted over the section of Jungle
where it went down.'
The helicopter was reportedly
on charter to Che Guatemalan
governments "As far as is known,
those aboard were wearing or ordinary
dinary ordinary street clothes, and were
without survival gear, emergen emergency
cy emergency food or water.
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(UP) Federar mediation
today he believes -'todaf is
a longshore strike that has
Portland, Me., to Norfolk, Vo.
International Longshoremen's
to enter a joint negotiation
final contract terms. 7 r

the employer group.
ingredients necessary for the 7

equitable contract' he said
efficiency and one that will,
real and substantial for the
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New York Strikes
Affect iBailingsx;
VJVaterfronC strike Ut Tirw
York are affectfn sailings of
the Panama line -7 sister ships
Ancon and Crlstobai-
The New York office of the
line has announced the Cristo Cristobal's
bal's Cristobal's sailing scheduled for' to tomorrow
morrow tomorrow is dependent on the
status of tlie longshoremen's
strike. V
The Ancon which, sailed from
New York Monday, Is due at
Cristobal at 6 a.m. Saturday, ac according
cording according to a radio from the ship.
Tentative plans for the' de departure
parture departure of the Ancon call far
northbound sailing Monday; she
will carry passenger both for
Haiti and the United States.
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Adenauer Planning y

May Visit To U.S.
BONN, Germany,' Feb.' 14 -TUP)
"-West German Chancellor Kon-
rad Adenauer, 81, will visit the
United States this sprint? for hew -.
talks with President Eisenhower
it was announced here today;
A Bonn government spokesman,
said Adenauer will make the trip
some time after the North At Atlantic
lantic Atlantic Treaty Council meeting"
here May 2-5. I
Quien Habla? :
EAST LANSING; Mich. ,- Feb.'.l
(UP Four hollow telephones
set off a police search today.
A thief stole the "inner work workings"
ings" workings" of the phones -which had
been installed at Michigan State
University, but left the phone
casings. 4
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Latrtrt art racaivta' gratefully and

If you contribute a letter don't be impatient if It doesn't appear the
net day. Letters are publithed in the order received; .;
Neaae try to keep the letters limited fa ofif pagtjength. ';-
Identity of latter writers is held in strictest eonfidencev.
This newspaper assumes na raspensibility lor;ttatementt or pinions
axarataad in lattart from readers. ; '.'' :'v'

THE MAIL SOX

LA BOCA
Sir:
Americans continue ,to be

I refer to the recent incident wnere a pouce omcer was svnnoy svnnoy-ed
ed svnnoy-ed and stoned by a group in La Boca when he tried to do his

lob. This very same mob wouia quiciuy turn w uw pruiowun
of the law here In the Canal Zone if they as individuals had
the slightest tax-free need, or desire to do so.
Not offering their help at a time when a- police officer
could use it is bad enough, but to interfere and even cause a
mob scene and encourage others to follow is a disgrace to this
t nnmiiBtinn nf this town. Hence definite steps should be

y taken immediately to prevent another occurrence of this sort,
j! Just a sort -time, ago, another, offices was injured in line oX

duty and because the man goi on so easy, u?,wa umwcuuw
as a herf bythe .others, including' the recent offenders, with
the resuli! wefsaw-at La Boca the other day. ''
Why is it that if a similar thing happened but only a
v.nt oiirtnr rfistanr awav. the nolice force there would re-

. 011V V T aa-Aaa-a-AAf, m"iw.v- u . , ,
II tallate and give every last person who participated, the treat treat-l
l treat-l ment he so deserved? It seems you never hear of anyon ever
j interfering. Could it be "because thfyj knojw the, punishmnt?
if These are questions one may ask in order to seek a solution to
1 H.hi nrohiem. The answers are simple. Just treat a vagrant.

WM.mn.wr naridier. thief, bandit, etc.. as such and pass out

hkt least a few sentences with a
! Vs cure, then we may save other

Further, this should be taken up by groups here in the
Ctinal Zone and pressure should be brought on our Justice De Department
partment Department to see that punishment is handed put to everyone in involved
volved involved in this Instance, in and any Vfet to'. oane Finally, the
police assistant who responded with loyalty surely deserves to
be commended. .Observer

Sir:

I Have been following the recent -articles with interest re
the case of the "people of La Boca versus C. Z. Policeman.
How many more policemen must be beaten ujhjn.auaed be-,
fore something will be done about it? Jt-

In the first place, tins is

has happened, therefore, why not send two poncemen aa pro protection
tection protection for each other, whenever they must work under such

conditions? Or if lmpossihie to
'men. lor neaven s saxes, mre.

have been compiaming 01 oeing swicn oiui. ou
one radio car in Ancon no protection whatever on foot. So Sown'
wn' Sown' happeS, one of the "defendants" in the above -mentioned
case, goes practically scot free suspended sentence.
Also read where there were 11 robberies or purse snatches
or whatever technical name for them occurred in R.P.- in 24
hours. Panama wanted their own people laid off from the
Canal Zone Commissaries, Clubhouses, etc., so they have no
.on to blame but themselves. But if they are so brazen In
: their own country, and in broad daylight, what will they do in
the Canal Zone?, A 24-year-old men stated in C. Z. court that
i. ha rwvpr been emnloved in his life. What was he doing in

the C. Z. in the first place? Definitely not looking for employ employment
ment employment legitimately, that is.

i as taxpayers, 1 am sure me sniiguB ui w
IJ all for the hiring of more policemen for the protection of them-
'j selves. Especially since there are so many "happy headhunt-
i" ers," who do not respect a law officer, so why should they re-
' 'i soect an ordinary law-abiding citizen.

H Tt tr ( not. stem nunishment lmDOsea on some 01 mcse

hoodlums, the C. Z. Police should again change their uniforms
. ) thev will need suits of armor.

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QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS

11 Sir:
Mv ittr did not stir un

simple-minded person found time to say something, but didn't Pi ed by the union or jointly ad ad-succeed
succeed ad-succeed in saying much. I won't go Into much discussion with ministered weifare and pension

Ajomnussary rauuu. xiuwevcr,

part of the US. government cauea uie ranama wmi since i

have many scars from them. Tne u.h. Army ana wavy, wiougn,

J; small profit, I believe the largest
u lie would gladly settle for one
"small" return.

! Luxuries are anything that can be done without: radio,
j television, refrigerator and even cars. Folks spend more in
J commisslriea, which means competition for the local merchants.
JJ Just as a merehant may pay two dollars for 'ten 12-cent cans,
u so a buyer (contrabandist) makes four dollars profit for every
BO cans of tomato paste dally. Today, without competition, the
i! poor folks residing on the Zone who cannot afford an, ice box
(much less a refrigerator) buy Just what are vital necessities
i from the commissary. Anyway, why cry over spilled milk? The
Eemon-Eisenhower Treaty is here to stay for a long time,
i whether we like it or not. So how about we the people who
; ere feeling the pinch, get organized through the Mall Box by
(. sending in some valuable suggestions to our government of fi fill
ll fill dais?
Our President, Don Ernesto de la Guardia, and almost all
ear Ministers and Assemblymen have been educated in foreign
! colleges and Institutes in English, mainly in England and the
United States, and I am sure they would welcome any ideas or
J suggestions, even from the man on the street, which would
benefit the progress of our country.
' After all, it's the people that help from a government, and
!J there's no government in the world that is perfect. I am speak -lag
for myself, the U.S. and Old Timers from various countries,
I .natives of Panama included.
Jl The government should publish in our local press the tariff
'j rates for goods Imported from outside the Republic, as they
did the consumers' price list. The system, as It is done today
1 1 means a loss of hundreds of dollars to our government month month-J2
J2 month-J2 It. I for one, who like to buy from firms such as Bears and
,t Aldens of the United States, pay at least ten percent tax based
en a ten dollar list. I don't understand why one person pays
!two dollars for goods valued at five, yet another person may
pay over ten dollars for the same stuff. I wonder if you pay
according to your looks?
As I understand it, the cost of tax on dollar items is 15
t cents. If our government would clarify the same I am sure
ijlt would ease some of the pressures and resentment caused
- twhen thousands lost their commissary privileges and postal
privileges,
I Colon has two cost offices, with another expected to be

i finished soon, yet we don't even
1 1 they have good reasons for their
I awaaaiaV auwuuiuvfl bum auuvt awiat
'Colon? $30,000 for Panama's?
needs you.'
Tours ideas may be
r
-Sir:
a
m

It stumps me why so many retiring Zonians head like

"BeaxD Die-eons for that dreanr

jTo me, it is the last place the Lord ever made and He forgot
to finish It. f
4 Most of the inhabitants appear to have one foot in the
Zgravt and the other on a banana peeL it teems with the lame.
tfce halt and the palsied whose sole source of exercise seems
;to be to loinmg tha rocking chair brigade.
There are days when the only sound to be heard on the
Amain drag is that of creaking Joints.
z I will say one thing for the place, though. It bears a most
'fitting name. Any town which hauls In the sidewalks at (.30
la certainly a "burg and I cant think of a spot where one is
cloeer to 8t Peter (here on earth, that i.
. v Hardy Northerner

PANAMA AMKSIICAN PIISM, INC.

ROUNIIVIUi m 11 ;
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Box 194. KANAKA. .' or V;
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for 'ruder of Th Panama American.
ara handled in a, wholly confidential
HOODLUMISM
abused in the line of their duty.
little bit of hose and hard, labor
police officers from this type
noi me iirsi um Ui
qo so, aue u iacn m yyuw
some muic
Roftlv And Carry A Bit; suck
much controversy, as omy one
i uve hu sjuipouij ui
private concern in the Repub-,
third or the Panama canais
have mail boxes yet, so if the
reside on the Atlantic side.
gripes.
Whet! No carnival in
Come on, old Timers. Panama
better than mine

Ginger Hinds
EETTREMENT SPOT

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Labor News
And s
(ommehC
By VICTQ RIEiSiU
Soon the leaders of the men who
bake voir bread and cake every
where will be asked exactly how
they make their dougn. v
Shortly, from the Bakery and
Confectionery Workers' Union Na National
tional National headquarters there will be
distributed a" blunt questionnaire
asking the union's officials through
out the country to report what
moniest hey draw from their loc
al units and whether they nave out
side business ventures. which break
the new moral code, of the AFL-
CIO. ." 1
This will be the first such action
taken in line with the new code of
honest conduct adopted by the
AFL-CIO high command in Mia Miami
mi Miami Beach last week. v v.
The questionnaire is being' drawn
up by the union's national counsel,
Herman E. Cooper, at the direc direction
tion direction of its national president, Jim
Cross. Cross will submit it to his
own executive board when it meets
in Miami Beach next month.
The questionnaire hat a search
inn, scalpel quality. If it it pro-
; parly analyiad and effectively L
acted on it could tat a pattern
for the 485,000 men whq lead all
American labor.
If every one of these thousands
of men would answer this type of
questionnaire, all the fast money
crowd cculd be spotted. It. would
then be i relatively simple mat matter
ter matter to take the union label right
off this mob.
The following are the bases of
the questions Cross and Cooper
are preparing. Only the nervous
need get nervous.
All Bakers Union officials must
answer.
Have you been arrested or eon-,
victed of a felony in the past five
years?
Are you in debt to any employer
dealing with the union? Is the dect
evidenced by a note or any othci
writing f .....
Are you in any joint Business
venturer, with aoy empolyer or hn,
representatives
uv yuu nave uiicci vt Miuiicv
interests in any firm with which
your union has collective bargain
ing relations eitner inrougn your yourself,
self, yourself, wife or children? If so, give
specific details.
Give direct or indirect l n c o m e
from such business interests over
the past three years.
List vour present weeniy salary
and weekly expense allowances.
Do you hold any otner union
jobs? List other union positions
held. Give weekly compensations,
1 if any.'
List direct or indirect personal
income from the direction of joint
ly administered welfare and pen
sion funds.
Does the financial data above
given coincide with similar infor infor-mation
mation infor-mation contained in your Federal
tax returns from the same period?
T : ,L. ........ I i m n ..a!,'
. infill tnc auiuuui ux umc
week you devote to union duties
and activities.
Are your, local financial records
audited by certified public ac accountants?
countants? accountants? Give copies of nrore re recent
cent recent returns over the past few
years.
Are any of your relatives em-
funds
D th financja daU ab0Ve
. coincide with similar infor
mation contained in your Federal
tax returns from the sanie periol?
List the amount of time each
week you devote to union duties
and activities.
Are your local financial records
audited by certified public account accountants?
ants? accountants? Give copies of more recnet
returns over the past few years.
Are any of your relatives em employed
ployed employed by the union or jointly ad
ministered welfare and pension
fund? What are their general du duties?
ties? duties? How much are they paid, if
anything
What it your official position?
When were you first elected or ap
pointed'
When were you last elected?
How were these elections held?
These ara searching personal
eruettions. Many officials may
resent them, even if there it no
thing to hide. There it justification
for their foaling that their priva privacy
cy privacy hat been pierced, although
the anion's constitution now giv gives
es gives the natieaal officers the right
to check en 'the ethical ttaad ttaad-ardt
ardt ttaad-ardt a Its officers.
But this questionnaire establish establishes
es establishes one thing It sayt, in effect, that
once you decide to lead a union.
you no tonger are a private citizen
you arr a public figure.
And the public and the men you
lead have the right to know as
much tbout you at they know a
bout the nation't leaders.

71 After AAuch Thoughf We Agree It's Awfully Heavy'

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BROADWAY BEACON
u ., .
'n'rd hrPWer r th Paramount
,rh, D. w
V",; S"?.
Jfice buster "at the. worst time of
the year" . The King's version
of "You Are My First Love" is
running first over at these ears...
Louis Camera's lovely widow,
Marianne Stewart, resumed her
stage career in the touring troupe
of xiger at the Gates
his
oldie, "Young at Heart," are such
close relatives-ni-a legal hassle will
follow. . LJsten to Don Cherry's
"Don't You Worry Your Little 01'
Mind" . The worst notices of
the year apparently have been
won by NBC-TV's "Tonight" re replacement
placement replacement for Steve Allen. .Peo .People
ple .People are unattractive most of the
time, anyway, but the present cast
of characters make some of the
movie star women look like old
menand all the columnists (when!
put alongside the professionals)
look like the amateurs they are.
Howx movie bit! Film industry
dividends exceeded $31 million last
year... "Speaking of Murder," an
other victim of aisle-assassins, lost
$60,000... The "on, no!" of the
week: Sheilah reports: "Elvis
Presley's next (at 20th) will have
more emoting,, less gyrating. Don't
be surprised if Elvis plays Ham Hamlet".
let". Hamlet". . What does it take to be a
Music Hall Rockette? A want ad
in Variety, explains: "Must be five
feet, five inches to kife-ieet, eight
inches in stocking feet have good
figure, limber high kick, excellent
tap and rhythm, knowledge of bal ballet".
let". ballet". . Someday J. Lewis will
wish he could buy back his little
boy gripes in Look mag.
Wonder what Roberta Sher Sherwood
wood Sherwood thought about when the
taw the Edward Murrew techni technicians
cians technicians arranging all those wirea
to that her modest little home
could be Porton-to-Perton'd. .
Norma (The Dynamic Miss
Douglas went on Art Green's re re-die
die re-die coast-to coaster (Mutual)
yesterday and (like many disc
jockey t around the land) he
went mad about her and her al album.
bum. album. . She cut four tides for
Unlove (RKO) Records Monday.
They will be released next weekv
Playwright Jean Anouilh, whose
"Waltz of the Toreadors" is a
click, had S previous flops on
Broadway. . The TV "Omnibus"
show achieved the impossible. De Devoted
voted Devoted a major portion of the show
to burlesk minus sex. Very dull
ever at these eyes. . If you en en-Joy
Joy en-Joy the curl-of-tbe-llp type of vil villain,
lain, villain, witness John Gielgud in "The
Barretts of Wimpole Street". .
Tune Pan Alley's happy forecast:
Calypso may replace rocknroll. .
Almost the entire action in "We
Are All Murderers" (a Frenchie)
takes place in a single cell in the
death house. Nevertheless, it Is
exciting. . Pufflicity: Natalie
Wood, it says here, eats rattle
tnake meat. Howcum Mike
Tood is having so much trouble
getting his name in the papers?
Spas Tarry GUk'yten's ."Ma ."Marianne."'.
rianne."'. ."Marianne."'. A superior calypsolo. .
"Hidden River," the sew hit, can
nt ti? nno wMknr if tt nlavt to
capacity. . Paula Stewart's sin- tl
galing in Threepenny Opera" is
worth your bent ear.. A lookable-listenable-ukeable
performer. .
The irony of wealth: Elvis disuses
steaks. He's a barnburner fanatic
. . Only one straight drama 4s in
the big click 'category: "Long
Day's Journey Into- Night". The
other box office champs are spoofs
and ansslgals. ". .The London Dai Daily
ly Daily Telegraph's pome:- "Moaace
news I nod a strata. But now
what scares me rigider. Is going
through it sD agate. For Gina Lc4 Lc4-lobngKia."
lobngKia." Lc4-lobngKia." ...
. - "I
Sury Parker (once wi-tHee uat
by the Well Street Meera ea e-
ieedmf S1000 a weak medal)

Nre horses for a

swimming suit advert in the
January number of Holiday
mag. Suiy, received $3i0. The
hortaa got $850 plus oats. .
20th Century-Fox signed Ma Marianne
rianne Marianne Sua Randall for the inge ingenue
nue ingenue lead in "Desk Sat." A
Grace Kallpith type. Katharine
Hepburn, who discovered her,
requested tha test. Tha daughter
of a Philly realtor.. Last In the
Jack Carton thow, "everybody
Loves Me," which never made
BNvay. . From the Sat. Re Review:
view: Review: "Terni Williams is a hu humorista
morista humorista very great one.'
(Hal)

Why Broadway real estate
is
valuable: Thirty per cent of a
show's gross goes for. theatre rent rental.
al. rental. i, -Marlon Brando's common
seqse: "lV-liks pictures "and roles
that show that the crime of the
world is not really evil but sim simply
ply simply a lack of communication, lack
of understanding and lack of pa
tience . The origin of success
Jack Lemmon struggled through
radio's soap operas and 500 TV
shows before the Bis Break in Mo Mo-vieville.
vieville. Mo-vieville. . Jaye P. Morgan's "I
i Thought It Was Over" is one of
the better tears-in-the beer bal ballads.
lads. ballads. . Rox Russell retains her
energy by munching salted al almonds
monds almonds and chocolate bars. Happi
ly, Roz has no calorie problem. .
Jayne Mansfield's gasp inducing
TV Interview is what encourages
censorship.
Outs' shew winners are plagued
with letters from atrangert'
pleading for leant. And they are
brazen, tee. .One asked a $64,000
Question Winner for $15,000 to
that he could purchase a farm.
Clearly, people are ttrangar than
fiction. . Richard Maltby't "Sa "Sa-y
y "Sa-y one re" ia a honey-dipped maio-

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Wat" ba-Wat" ; . Robert Mitchum's eyebrow-lifting
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Redbeok's good-timing: Includes
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luck charms on-a gold chain a
round his neck., . When P. Como
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Telegram, "from" Chas; : Morrison,
landlord of: the famous Mocsmbo,
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Great future.. Looks and talent ga galore.
lore. galore. Sorry you aren't here to see
another of your Scoops confirmed."
Sinatra's proclamation: fWerk
it therapy. It ia. a great jey."
Mitter, work la only fun when
you, can afford not to . aft-,
ether platter worth a whirl it
"It's An International Lanquaoe."
A bouncy --beaut. Frankie
Laine used :'. Leuit Armstrong's
trumpeting to style hit chanting.'
He has told ever 2S million rec records.
ords. records. . Those TV rating have
made the future uncertain for a
pair of gifted downs: Gleatdn
and Caatar. Ironically, Jerry
Lewis (whose TV thow attract attracted
ed attracted a peak rating) It devastated
because of the unhappy re reviews:
views: reviews: Moral: You Can't Win...
The TV revival of Lans Tur Turner'!
ner'! Turner'! early flickers make the
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WAHTNr.TOTJ ABout the on-i
ly 'power on earth that can save
fnA.17. tnnoral hnrSPS of the U.S.
Army from ignominious oblivion
is tne man who ruies im. jwu
Armed Services Committee, Con
gressman Carl Vinson ot oeorgia.
i Unless he- speaks', u, me 1
perfectly matched 'gray and
one black which have been pull pulling
ing pulling military funerals at h Fort
Myer, Vs.; will go fthe way of
ether hortet in the now almost
horseless Army ,f the United
States. r
In actual count of years, it
hasn't been long since the caval caval-rv
rv caval-rv ii ih nroudest. most aristo
cratic, noblest branch of the Ar
my. Dashing cavalry, officers men
looked down on the lowly plodding
Infantry.
The Annv even maintained a
battery of polo poniesat most
forts, and officers', wives rode to
we Jiuni every wee .euu. : ;
t Those days are not only over,
but the General Motors efficiency
experts who now run the Defensei
Department have found that a mil-l
itary funeral costs only $2.15 when
the coffin is carriel by a motor
hearse. . j
A funeral with the coffin carriedl
on a,n artillery caisson pulled by
four gray horses with one rider-1
fess horse bringing up the rear
costs $175. This runs into an an-:
nual bill of $9,350 for hearse funer funerals,
als, funerals, $71 083 for horse-drawn funer
ais..':-:'i;:,'' .'
- It isn't worth that much to bu-'
ry the dead,' say the economy ex I
perts at the Pentagon. Sixteei!
horses have to be kept for extra
funerals. They have to be fed.
Thev even have to. be groomed.
: Furthermore, blacksmiths are
getting ; scarce..-There ; are only
two In northern Virginia. Ana
they're getting told. Young men
don't tke ue the trade anvmore.
Furthermore, the; 1948 Chrysler
hearse and 1951 Cadillac don't eat
easolina between funerals. Fin'
ly, only 103 relatives out of 850
burials last year requested cais caisson
son caisson funerals.
So. unJes sCdngress intervenes,
the last military hb'sesNn or a a-round
round a-round Washington will have to go.
Yet, there' been quit a
change since th U. S. Army
horse team uterf tn rata hloh in
ithe Olwrnplc. Mexico et affr.H
te enter tha.Ohmpics today. Al-
: tn the Chilean arm anil tha l.
, fallen Army. But not th U. $.
A mil lA'M X' .u u.!
TodaWTW'v 1'H hnrM- rstnain In
the entire TT. S. Army, plus 311
ingies ana aav aogs. :,
eia ha some vigorous ides about
animals He's s farmer down t
Mied?evilJe. v
ry Wilson wanted to, abolish Ar-
sss.y tcici uiaiiaus un me grouna
seem like buth-letgu charmers
.. The Wlnchelf -Mutual newcattt
' will and March 3rd. The follow,
ing day WW report to Dotllu
Productions (Lucy and D e t i't
company 1 In Hollywood to begin
a TV movie series of newsn. j
perman-myttery-murder melo melodramas.
dramas. melodramas. We will make two film
dramas., We will maketwofilms
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that there were almost', no horses
left in the Army; Vinson overruled
him. He. might overrule him on
the 17 remaining horses at Fort
Myeri "n SVC V
If he does, Vinson will, reverse
the anii-horse crusade of another
southern Congressman, Ross Col Collins
lins Collins of Mississippi," who really
started the downfall of the horse
in the,irmed services.,
Collins a great economizer, look
ed over the Army's budget to fsr
ret out every cent spent on oats,
horseshoes, and, horseflesh gener generally,
ally, generally, ..,,;
"Have you investigated the num
ber of horses in the Air Corps?"
he once asked Maj. Gen. John F.
Preston then Inspector General,
"No, sir. I know .that in Sao An Antonio
tonio Antonio they did have some polo po ponies
nies ponies for exercise."
For the officers or for the worn.
enfolk?" v
"For officers."; .,
"For airplane "duty?" persisted
the Congressman from Mississippi.
"For airplane duty," persisted
Preston.
"They must' be flying ; steeds,"
grunted Collins and proceeded to
whittle down the horse appropria appropriation
tion appropriation for the Air Corps.
, NO BEN-OURION
NASSER VISIT
President Eisenhower, hss turn,
ed down a tuggasfion by Rep.
Victor Anfuso :D., N.Y.) that
he invite Prime Minister Ben Ben-Gorlon
Gorlon Ben-Gorlon of Israel and. President
Abdul gamal Nassar of Egypt
to Wathington.
"I believe the free world "ctiild
owe you a great debt of gratitude
if you undertook the role of pie pie-diator
diator pie-diator between Egypt and Israel,
Anfuso wrote the President,
.After a two-week delay, 'Anfuso
got an answer, not from the Presi President.
dent. President. Bryee N. Harlow, an obscure adV
ministrative assistant, wrote:
"The President welcomes your
suggestion, but even were the U U-nited
nited U-nited Nations not niirf -nt th.
rab-Israel conflict, it appears that
a moment when Trl fnr
main on Egyptian territory would
we an inauspicious time to at at-i
i at-i tempt to bring the President of E E-i
i E-i gypt a ad the Prime Minister of
, Israel together at a meeting with
the President of the United States,
w'uoi iu rcsuive amerences De-
iween tnem."
THE OTHER HUMPHREY
After Secretary of the' TreasWy
George Humphrey's public criti criticism
cism criticism of the hiila C vx...
Humphrey offered the President
the support of at least one Hum Humphrey.
phrey. Humphrey. ,i ..;..),;,-,.;
VI respectfully suggest to the
President '' said the. Democratic
Senator from Minnesota, "that
he cannot get George Humphrey
to support his budget, i Hubert
Humphrey will try to Jd' so, al
though J may say that, George
Humphrey has closer connections
With the Whit Haiim than hie
Hubert Humphrey." i
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Therft k eninrf tn hn a raT hi?

ball this Friday. Of course, every

one Knows it is tne one ana pniy

vaientiat) formal. An .added a t-
trartiAn will ha 0otnrri that :will

, insure success. The top organist

in ..Panama, Luc ho Azcarraga, will
be playiLg lively: tamboritos' and
cha-cha cha's at' the Army and

XNavy uiuo. Keignmg over me
lover's fantasy are Julia. May and
Ritchie More as king and queen.
Come everyone get yourself a date

ana come to tne senior s vaien
tine fantasy. f

The seniors are well on the

home stretch on their senior gift
project. Each senior is contribut contributing
ing contributing $2 to the one big gift that wftl
v .always be remembered as t h e
class of 1957. They have a big red
thermometer down on the main
floor ticking off the amount of
seniors, who have paid." Come on
seniors, let's see how soon every everyone
one everyone can get their' money in to
. TM.i.. T 1 i 1 it Pi

. grand success. By the ;way, the
gift is a big dark secret until pre-

sentea. wonder wnat it is ?
The ROTC put on another im impressive
pressive impressive performance on Feb. 13.
, The review was in honor of (Jen.
Harold. Co. B toon this review- for
the first time in two years. They
certainly put on a great show and
deserved it. Co. C received its a
ward for winning the last review"
Of course, Bill Dolan and his drill
team put on a grand display of
skill which .was very impressive
and well done.
AH girls who attendedthe meet meeting
ing meeting for the civil defense program
and. received applications are to
' be Sum tn return thorn! fn M-I.J

weir oy riday afternoon. Hav Hav-.
. Hav-. ine taken thi itwumm it

and working at the hospital, I know

now rewarding it to complete

wis program successfully.

Aj trie Saying Goes

Answer to Previous Puzile

IChancM
Musical
instrument
I -1 a heart
of stone
4 Revises
' 8 High card

t 6 Car part

Hirelinn

News story

headings
10 Norst deity
U All U not
that
- glitter
It Chilled .,

, ACROSS 60 No -for
1 is where the wicked-

i the heart Is V iclc
i 8 Ready, willing DOWN

and
lathe
manger,
IS Sick

IS Hints ,.

It Much
about nothing
IS Officer of

the law -17
Sesame
i Engagement
19 Make believe
lithe r.

survivor :
13 "My Gal-
24Hieh.

-' mountain i i
j7-nd
master
29 Measure of
type
32 Funeral songs
34 Kitchen tool
38
honorable'
37 Shipworm

38 Plateau

39 Let it stand
41 .i a fine
, "mm 1

42 Anglo-Saxon

letter
44 Egyptian '
goddess x

46 Prince

49 Domesticates
Annrnnriata

84 Many-legged

worm
86 To the
' light '
87 Fencing sword
88 The very ;
59 The .of -:
your rope

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46 A clear-cut

20 Candle ;

14 and Eve 47 Out in the

i 7 Shakespearean 25 Citrus fruit
: king. 26 Gave ; 46 Mature

28 Is over-Iond 80 Ancient
anRrant . Persian

31 In a line i-.' 81 BriUin's.

33 Insects
35SmaU(rr.
40 Names
43 Greek poet
49 Tasty

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Bulldog News presents this week

s our guest ai jNanmad, the Vice
president of the junior class. Al is
quite an active fello in school
and in sports, which is his hobby.

ai nag uttered, in swimming for
three years, therefore I in ih

Letterman'a Club. He has been on

several committees in his three
years in BHS. Amnno thp th

Freshman picnic, Sadie Hawkins J

resnman aaa bopnomore frolic of
Which he, was chairman. He is
chairman of the' Jr. Sr. banquet
which we all wish the best of luck.
And last, but not least, h was
president of the Marty's Club for
two rears. He has been a HR vre.

presentative for three years, Al is

interested on ngiver tn g and
hopes to go to that famous engi engi-lering
lering engi-lering school, Georgia Tech.' A A-dios,
dios, A-dios, hasta la proxima semanx.
Tob Hunter Gets
'Minute Man

Treasiiiy Awlard

WASHINGTON, Feb 14 (UP) J

TTiixLuiury, eo. 13 (UF)

ine Treasury Department today
awarded film star Tab Hunter its

"Minute Man" citation for dut dut-standing
standing dut-standing service to theaavings

uwra program.
Mrs. Iv RVer TM;t TI c

treasurer, made the presentation

i a news conference for high
school and college editors.
Huntef starred in t. one-minute
trailer to promote the sale of sav savings
ings savings bonds.

Republican Bid To Balance Budget

May Lead US Into Deadly Penl-HST

Surplus Property
Will Co Oh Block

The Property Disposal Office an announces
nounces announces the sale, of surplus pro-

t m,rcn a.m. in
building 706, Corozal.
For sale are miscellaneous It Items
ems Items including., gaskets, packings,
chain Tollers, valves, clamps,
springs, cushions, bearings, insul

ators) cables absorbers nuts

rods MS0 a- storage battery, am amplifiers,
plifiers, amplifiers, a. transformer, so electric
motor aiuli Other -ValnahlM 1tm.

For further information call the

rropeny uisposa Officer at Co Co-roial
roial Co-roial 4149. '

MIAMI BKACH. Feb. 14 (UP)

Former President Truman said

last night tnat itepuDiican enoris

ui umui:c wwvia,

ly peril" ty slashing national de-
'"

lenses.. . ;

800 persons t a United Jewish Ap Appeal
peal Appeal fund-raising dinner, called for
- -eA. Jiitknaa Vvir tVliff AAflTltrV

and th free world as one of the

tundamcntai steps in maintaining
peace and solving the Arab-Israel

crisis tn mo jujuuib

But he said, "Beware of poli political
tical political budget-cutters. Beware of
people whe belittle the dangers
te the security of the free world

and use the smiles er rne ku ku-sians
sians ku-sians te Justify slashing our de defenses.
fenses. defenses. They may be leading us
into deadly peril."
"It is a lot better to have a
strong national defense than a, bal-

aveiitiva maiA "Tf it nxn't tnr

strong defense, we wouldn't have
i a ii 9 la

a Duaget oi any una. I

."It is a lot better to have a se

cure nation than it is to have a

good campaign argument," (.said
Mr. Trunin IV whn rme here frnm

the Florida Keys where he is va-

rationinff with Mrs. Truman

wan introduced hv Demnpratip Na

tional committeeman Jake M. Ar'l

vey oi tmcago.
"We should keep our defenses up

until we have more from thp

nussians man smiles and kind
Words and Dromisps nf friendshin

He said. "The Russians nnlv Irnnn,

puc language oi lorce.

He said the price of an adequate
national defense is hi ffh anH "ivill

cost us and cost us plenty. But it
IC tk nl 1

"Durinf this nn,i. timl ...u:i.

hopes are bright, we must conti continue
nue continue as before to preserve and to
increase our defense strength. We
must.be; sure that we keep our
leadership ,ipribe field oatomic

ciicixv ann iinmu ii.0.Ha.. i il

onner President id

Eleganl Hound Wins
Dogdom's (ovefed
'Be if Show' Award

Chile Covernmeht
Gives Up Control

Of Popular Daily

SANTIAOO Chile. Feh: 11 fTTPl

The government announced yes-

icroay mat it is giving ud us con

trolling interest in : the morning
daily newspaper, La Nacion.
The announcement said Its ma-
tnritv tulr tiintilH Ke nll nnh.

lie auction Feb. 27. The sale was
ordered by congress in a law in.

traduced by opposition ie g i s 1 a

turesi s :
.

,
Sole Negro General

Of U.S. Air Force j
Relieved Of Duties

NEW YORK, Feb. 14 (UP) -An
e egat afghan hound with a rare
ilelblue coat won dogdom's
highest honor last night -.the
"best in show" award of the West Westminster
minster Westminster Kennel Club.
han of Grandeur, was judged top
the-club's Madison Square
h Z?8JMw frora rouP of

.ir: DOXer. an

el i u "UU cocKer spaniel.

Chenade and Sunny Shay at their
kennels In HiVircvin- r

the product of three generations

k. i?rea m tne Shay kennel to
obi5.In the unusual blue color.

ine Dest team In the show a a-ward
ward a-ward went to four beautifully
matched maltese Ricco, Rudl
Kenee and Ceto owned by Dr.

ana mrs. vincenzo Calvaresi of

oeaoiro, Mass.

Crippled Teenager
Admits Killing Man

In Money Argument

WAT. HAT T A S f ttTP An

fVlAririAal iAm tmratrir(if A 17,

VHV .. iUUH J lUTtiHUIIU SJS -V
year-old crippled girl's story that
L a. -i i ..f i

Hfiaa sr s 1 1 cn man npuriv ujpiiv

vuu iwu a wa uvyiij : nvn
ago and stuffed his body In a

irunK.

Sheriff Ti. T. Mrt.nne and den-

uties late Monday found the bodyi

oi oscar Dover, 58,. in a trunk in
a hnrlrrnnm 'rlneet : nf hla hnine

following : the statement ; by the

gin, juiuan Muorea inrasner.,. :
MrT.ane aaid he waa investiffar.

inir hot.i the pirl and her crrand-

mother, Mrs, Oscar Vaughn,, a 66-

year-oia semi-invana, pending a
coroner's inquest. The victim was)
said to be a farmer tin, relief, j
Miss Thrasher said she struck'
Dover with a double-blade! ax Feb.
7 after he claimed her threur a i

her in an argument over money II

at tne nome in tne uconee station
community.
Dover formerly bwped the home
but had deeded it to-Mrs. Vaughn,
retaining the ..nrivileve nf livlnff

there for .the remainder of, his

life, McLane said, He said the girl
and Prflndmnther enntlnned livinm

in the house' after; the slaying.: j

iMiss ihrasner traveled by bus
earlv Monriav to Sehei-a S r

asked at the him xtatinn f uhere

she couid find a minister;' and .was
directed to the Rev.' Francis Whit Whit-mire
mire Whit-mire Jf the Co rinth Rantist

nurcn. 1 r :--. ;
WhitmireN said she told him the
storv and he immeriiatelv tnnlr her

to thfr sheriff's office, where shei
repeated it. V

Escaped Con Gives

UP Freedom To Pay

'Debt To Society'
Atlanta' Feb. u nrpvRen

He'nie Hayden, escaped convict who

returned after nearly eight years
of freedom as a model family man
and owner of a thriving dry clean cleaning
ing cleaning -business in Virginia, was giv given
en given little hope of an early parole
today. ' ..
Hayden, 38, left his wife, four
children and his freedom behind

in Hampton, Va., to surrender

Monday saying he "came back
to serve, my debt to society" a
lift term for slaying his brother-in-law
in 4943.
He escaped after serving five

years.

Hayden said his conscience was
tormented most while working in
the $20,000 dry cleaning establish establishment
ment establishment he and his wife,

jwking lr to-12 hour a day 'for j

aix years. :
"Manv of the nnlieemeit tfc.rl

gave m their dry cleaning busi

ness, Hayden explained. "But

every time thev came in m niaee

I felt that they were coming for
me and finally I just couldn't
stand it any more.
"I talked it over with my wife.
She told me th dn uhat mw An.

Hv ...... ... j i.vu-
science told me and that was to!

give myself tip now."
Chairman Hueh C. C rnev nt

the State Pardon and Parole
Board said Havden was not ell.

eible for a narole "hv anv trthl

of the imagination" although a
Georgia life-termer may become

eugiDie aiter seven years of good
behavior.
However, officials Indicated!

they will not prosecute Hayden I
for escape,, which i a felony in

nseu.

TATPTT rnrmnii' Feh 'la TTP

Brig. Gen. Benjamin 6. Davis,
the only Negro general in the U.S.
Air Fnree will he relieved 'Mm

commander of Air Task Force 13
lav Fnrmoxa the t! S -Tefene

jCommani announced today.

- The announcement did not dis-

Name Wrangle
Leaves; Five Deadi

, JALA PA, Mexico, Feb. 14 (UP)

aoie to agree en a name for theiH close the general's new assign.
a ah niia avui o J X 1 A.1 iL. J A A I t

mem; or menuon uie aai vi tne

rortneoming cnange m command.

gent of the 13th Air Force, based
n ttM Philinninea riavtc haa

tfvMl mm nmmaiwir ainee fhe

unit was etuonsneajn June,

Newborn eon, engaged in an arru-i

iunu mi ine cnruiCBUng.
Gun-carrying guests joined "in
the disoute. The renlt- Five

ons killed and seven wounded, in-j in

ciuuing saivaaor ana Kosa. The
baby still was unnamed.

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N GRVOU 5
nncur.iATic
our body claaoa out execaa aclda and
rol.onoui waaua la your bloo
hrourh mllHona of tiny dclicau kid kidney
ney kidney tubea or Altera. polMna In the
Xldnrya or Bladder maka you auffar
from Gettlnr Up Nlphta, Nerroumeiia,
1 Pln, Circle Uoder Eye. Back Back-ache,
ache, Back-ache, Achinir Jelnta, Acidity or Burn.
n Paawrea doe te the. need of
diuretic atlmuiant, try Cyttax. Clean
ut poleonont aclda by ualna Cyatex.
dluratlc atlmuiant for Kidney a whfca
aoothea and ealma InitaUona in Blad Bladder
der Bladder aad urinary ayatam. Cyatea win
eomP'ta aatlafactloa an4
will ba the medicine you needi aat
ur amniat for Cyataa Udiay?

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corporationand In-corporationand by decision of tha Board of Directors,
shareholders of the Company are hereby informed
that the Shareholders Meeting of the PANAMA BANK
AND TRUST COMPANY, INC. (BANCO FIDUCIARY
DE PANAMA, S. A.) will be heW at the company's
offices, No. 12-30 -M", Street, Panama City, at 3:00
p.m. on Friday, March 1st, 1957 in order to contider
the following:'
1 Report. of the Board of Directors
.2. Election of Directors for the period of 1957
v 3rr Presentation of Ceneraf Statement and.
Profit" and Loss Accounts at cIpseTof
i business, December 31st, 1956

" Matters proposed by thr Directors
. or Shareholders. ...

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. The Secretary
Panama, February HLh. 157.

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THURSDAY, FEBRUARY H, 1951
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hrFST5 WELCOMED AT PARTY At a rece ption given at the Union Club by the-Minister
lfSSdi-Mv-y the Minister of Agriculture Victor Navds ta
"hnwTlreeting Mrs Bruce Macis. wife of the Minister of Agriculture of Costa Rica. Mr.
S is K wlStaj ; Mr! Macls. At far right is Camllo L. Salcedo, Director of Protocol.

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MRS. IAN HENDERSON ENTERTAINED AT TEA PARTY
jfEFORE LEAVING FOR VACATION TRIP HOME
I Mrs. Joan Scott entertained a rup of ladies at tea
I this afternoon in honor of Mrs. Ian Henderson, wife of the
British Ambassador, who will leave with her husband for a
(vacation in England Feb. 27.
! The Hendersons will sail aboard the Pacific Steam Navi Navi-Ration
Ration Navi-Ration vessel "Relna del Mar." They are expected to re re-Jtnrn
Jtnrn re-Jtnrn early in July. T-
ilur will GIv. T To Honor nama 2.0518 for reservations be be-.m'
.m' be-.m' Fir. Ladv tween the hours of 8:30 a.m. to
the inter American Women's i 12:30 p.m. Monday through Fn Fn-Club
Club Fn-Club will give a tea honoring Mrs. day.
Ewiesto de la Guardia, wife of the
President of Panama at 4:30 p.m.! Dr. and Mrs. Pain

TToK 57 at the Pana- Entortain Por visitor

TV UII'-JUO V vm.
m Golf Club.
pther guests at the tea will be
aterouj of clubwomep who are

return visit. Mrs. Meisenhelder Sr.

visited rere 30 years ago, and has

not been back until this trip.

Mrs. R. K. Morris Returns From
Visiting Son In Colombia

Airs. R. K. Morris has frst re

turned from a trip to Bogota, Co Colombia,
lombia, Colombia, where she visited her son

Mr. Bill Baughman

On her way back Mrs. Morris

ARPLE,' pie, the old favorite,
with a different touci)-that' plea

sant inews." isn't it? It has the

richness of a. French recipe. (
" t;, French Applo Pio )
(Yield:' Mneh pio, 6-8 sorvlns)
One-naif fecipe plain pastry,! 4
cups diced green apples, 1 egg, 1
cup sour cream, 3 cup sugar,, 3
tablespoons quick-cooking rice ce

real, V teaspoon salt, l teaspoon
vanilla extract Vi cup brown su

gar, V cup butter, 1-3 cup flour,

Line 9-inch pie plate .with pas

try. Spread apples evenly over pas
try lining. Beat egg, then beat in

sour cream, sugar, rice cereal,
salt and vanilla. Pour over apples.
Bake in hot over (40Q degrees -F.)
for 30 minutes.
iMeanwhile blend together the

brown sugar ; and i butter, then
blend in the flour,' to make a dry
crumbly mixture. Sprinkle this e-

venly over top 'of the apples.

Continue baking until top is bub

bly and brown, about 20 minutes

longer. Serve warm.
Zippy Torrfato Dip (Makes 1 cup)
For a special party, try this zip zippy
py zippy tomato dip for. shrimp.

One No. 303 can tomatoes, 1-3
cup dark brown sugar, 1-3 cup gra granulated
nulated granulated sugar, V teaspoon celery
salt, V teaspoon onion salt (option (optional),
al), (optional), 1 teaspoon prepared mustard,
1 tablespoon Tarragon vinegar, 1
teaspoon aromatic bitters.

Put -tomatoes through a food
mill or strainer. (Makes l'Mrcups.)
"Place -tomatoes,:' : sugar, vcelery

tard in deep saucepan. rj. !j

Boil for about 10 minute or' un

til mixture cooks down to half of

original volume. Add bitters,, snr

wen ano cnm.

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Solon Seeks Probe
Of Small Business

Each notiet for incluiion in this
column should bo aubmittad ip
typa-writtaa form and mailed ao
tha box number listed daily In 'So 'Social
cial 'Social and Otherwise," or delivered'
by hand to tha office. Noticoa of
maetingi canndY. bo accepted by

talaphano,-
Pan-Amarican Festival
Chorus Maatt Tonight

The Pan-American Fe s t i v a 1

Chorus wul meet this evenine for

a rehearsal at 7:30 p.m. in 4he

auaitonum oi tne. u.s.o.-J. w.B.
Building, ta Boca Rd.," Balboa.
This is .the last rehearsal before
the Variety Night program. Mem Members
bers Members are asked to be prompt -and

to bring all music. Participation

in tnis cnorai group is open to all
residents of the Canal- Zone and
the Republic of Panama as welt!
as members of the Armed Serv Services
ices Services and adult members of their

families.
Orchid Chapter
Moots Friday
Orchid Chapter No. 1 Order of
Eastern Star will meet, Friday eev eev-ning
ning eev-ning at 7:30 at the Scottish Rite

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PRIZES FOR TONIGHT'S BINGO Shown -displaying prizes floriated by merchants tf Pan Pan-ami
ami Pan-ami and other supporters of "Have a Heart" Charity' Bingo, which will be held tonight at a
o'clock at the Flamingo Club- Rodman Navai: 8 tatlon are Mrs. R. P. Ely. Jr Mrs. G. A. 6harp,

Mrs; Charles T. B.. Warrlnger andMri Charles J. Stewart Jr,

Urn

'Dr. and Mrs. Harry Paine of
Panama entertained with a dinner

Mnndav niuht for .Mr. and Mrs. E,

W. Meisnehelder and their house-

guests', Mrs. E. W. Meisenhelder

ciing Irom tij States on a good-

J Carnival atmosphere will pre-i Sr. and her sister Miss Polly Faust
vail, and there will be nativeiLang.

dancing as entertainment. I Mrs. Law left Manama a years
Members aretasked to call theiago after working for 10 years at
clbb office (Balboa) 2-3465 or Pa-'Anctn Hospital. This is her first

NEW ACTS!
SPARKLING
NEW COSTUMES!

IN OUR

ICE FROLICS
From TOMORROW NIGHT
UNTIL CLOSE of engagement
NOW in our BELLA VISTA ROOM

THRILL to the FUN and BEAUTY

of this dazzling
COMPLETE OXE-HOUR REVUE
WITH CAST OF 10 ICE SKATING STARS!

! NO ENTRY CHARGE NO MINIMUM

J COVER CHARGE at Show Time: S1.50
:
J Uueic for dancing by CLARENCE MARTIN'S
Orchestral With BETTY WILLIAMSON and
Jher Scautif ul voice, now bark at the hotel!
J Call 3-1660, Maitre d hotel, for reservations

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m. t Rat :3t jV II an

N Sandar -(c) m.tn.

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WASHINGTON, Feb. 14 (UP)

Sen. Edward J. Thye (R-Minn) to- Temple. Balboa.

day called on the Senate samu
Business Committee to investi- After the initiation services, a
gate reasons for small business j program of Spanish dances wi'l
failures. Thye is the ranking mi-1 be presented. Refreshments will

and her son visited Mr. Dave Hart-1 nonty member of the committee, be served

man in Can.
Both Mr. Baughman and Mr.
Hartman are with Sears Roebuck
de Colombia.

Mr. and Mrs. Da Young
Entertain Tha Yodart
Mr. and Mrs. Charles De Young
gave a.tsmaU dinner party las6
night m bonoV, of n M & n Mrs?
Austin Voder, (who will b leaving
-soon. -, 1
Capt. and Mrs. Frank Harring Harrington
ton Harrington and Mrs. Edna Whitver : at

tended. ;, :,
The Yoders were also guests of
honor at a recent supper party giv given
en given by Mr. and Mrs. Al Houston at
their home in Ancon.
Miss Capwell Returns
Fram Ecuador Visit
Miss Thelma L. Caowell ha ro.

; sumed her duties with the nnrsino

I ?taff t Corozal, Hospital after hav-

uiK spew one montn s vacation vi
ting her brother and sister-in-lawi

""' rs. ueorge u Capwe 1

uuaaiuu, r-cuaaor, who are
former residents -of Bella Vista
Mr. Capwell ishGeneral Manager
: and .Vice-President of Empresa E E-;
; E-; lectnca del Ecuador. Misr Cap-

--wen aiso visited Quito and Ri64

i Damba.

A wonderful new idea in

PD

Atlantic Bridge
Club Winners
The Howell Movement was play played
ed played on Monday evening at the re regular
gular regular weekly bridge games at the

t Margarita Clubhouse, with .the

following winners: first, Mr. and
Mrs. George A. Tully; seconl,
Mr. Wally Gibson with Mr. Julius
Loeb; tied for third place were
Dr. and Mrs. H. Hartman with
Mr. and Mrs. D. Dollarschell; and
fourth, Mr. Fred Schwartz with
Mr. E. W. Millspaugh.
(CONTINUED ON PAGE S

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'Death Of A Salesman' Author
Resembles Abe aueFedMK,
Back in 1936 a young man who nior years. During- his senior year,
bore a striking resemblance to with an eye to the $1250 senior a a-Abraham
Abraham a-Abraham Lincoln was working his ward, he entered! a play" called
way through the University of("They,- Too,; Arise,") He was di di-Micbigan.
Micbigan. di-Micbigan. His job was to look out; appointed .when the: judges found
for the welfare of hundreds, of. it too tnrgid, but -was- mollified la-

white mice used by the Univer

sity's laboratories. i
Fourteen years later that -same

young man was hailed- as the ablest

playwright to emerge in the Amer

ican theatre since Eugene O'Neill.
Critics compared him to Ibsen and

istrindberg: v

His name was Arthur Miller,-

and he won widespread praise for

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ter when the Bureau of New Plays.

sponsored by the Theatre Guild of
New. York and the movie compa companies,
nies, companies, awarded. him th- identical
amount for the script as the best
work by an unknqwn playwright.
, His first Broadway production,
"The Man Who-Had AH thetLuck
presentee) in 1944y was a dick fal. :
lure. Three years later he won
the. New York Drama; Critics' A-

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ed a new record for wolrf-wide acJ

ceptance'of an American drama.

It was presented 1 for two 'kolid
years in New YorkV by touring
companies in 118. other American

cities, and was shown in 88 foreign

cities (in 18, European cities it ran

simultaneously),, ;
'Millar was brn In Manhattan,
the son of a manufacturer of la.
dies' garments. Whan his father
went bankrupt in 1929, the fami family
ly family may ad to Brooklyn, Where the
future playwright, a ta g g a r d
student, struggled through high

school with a record to bad that
tha University of Michigan re refused
fused refused to enroll him. Ho worked
at odd jobs, including crooning
on i Brooklyn radio station, then
renewed his plea to the Universi University,
ty, University, -which finally accepted him.
It was at Ann Arbor that he first
won encouragement as a play playwright
wright playwright In between bis studies
and his mice-tending, he found
time to turn out plays which won
him the Avery Hopwood Award of
$250 both in his sophomore and ju-

about a -wai profiteer and the

fecUof Jis .teoraL -frimes on hia f

stabUsb4famaj; ife.ahw msdet-hls debut as

m- miy.viun, wiui i met; esi-seiier.
Vfocus." t;; ;r ,. ( ..-
Miller, now la his oarlv 40'a.

has earned ever. $2,000,000 'from

'Death of a fc Salesman," which

which he, wrote in six -weeks.

Evan allowing fej-. the ;fafc that
ho had thought about the sub subject
ject subject matter of the'frtaytop om
time before vha began writing
it, jind for the subatarrtial con contribution
tribution contribution ha hat mado to the Bu Bureau
reau Bureau of Internal; Ravaoue, ii still
appears that plsywrighting hat
Its rewards. r ,.;
The theatre Guild's production of
"Salesman" features Len Worces Worcester
ter Worcester in the leading role of Willy
Loman, Kathy Wilber as his wife,
Linda and John Aniston and
Charles Walsh as their sons, Oth.
ers in the cast are Bill Kilgallen,
Morton Gornick, Roy, Glickenhaus,
Edith Bruce, Shirley Ann Meyer.

jeanette Gau, Helen Cartmill and
Loring White. The play is under

the direption of Fred J. Berest.,

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IHUKSDAY, FEBRUARY 1, 1957
SEX rAJVAMA AMERICAN AW INDEFEJVDENT DAILT JNEWSrATEH
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octal and Jlherwi5e

Hail and forawall

CeffM At Coco Solo '
Um Wilms nr and Mri.'FM'

cv Burkland hostesses for Chief

Petty Officers Wives Clubi Coco
Solo; chose r Valentiiie theme for

tne, .weicuiue uu vw,
held in tbe clubrooms Friday morn

The followtag guests were wel welcomed
comed welcomed Mesdames 3etty Rice.: Zel.
la Ramsey, Conme Carr, .Patricia
Copper, Sara Farmer ajid Reatha
Coon. " ,'''
The regular. icnthly business
and enoial maotftiu WBS held TlieS"

day afternoon in the clubrooms. I
President Bea Thompson off icwt I
ed at' tho meeting. 1 Hostesses; in ;
charge of decorations and refresh
ments were Minnie Mpntez and

Roma Lawson.
The 'white elephant was .won
by Lynn L'Heureux, and the bingo

prizes went to wuma irer, regsy
TtnrVlanri onH Krniii T.lndblom.

Guests at the meeting were Bet-

ty Rice and Connie Carr.
. Tf h annminpMl that tha next

metttinff -will ha. held in th club.

rooms March 12 at -1 :30 p.mt at
which time election of officers for

the new term will take place.

Ambassador's Wife

Displays Chinese

Art A1JVB Gallery

A unique. Interesting, -art exhl-
Vit la Aiirrpntlv on disolav at the

USO JWB Armed Forces Service

Center, it waS announced today.,.
Chinese paintings of Mrs.; Alys
L. Harrington, wife df the u. S.
Ambassador to Panama, are Jie Jie-ing
ing Jie-ing displayed in the TWB art gal gallery,
lery, gallery, arranged in cooperation .with
the Canal Zone Art League.
The medium used for the "crea "creation
tion "creation of the paintings is a combina combination
tion combination of water color and ink done
on very lljne paper, The artist, who
had no ; previous experience in
painting," learned the difficult art
in 1954 while in Hong Kong from
Chinese instructor Chow C h i e n
Chin.., ;-: ;T:vfc
The paintings, done mainly In
the form of scrolls, create a chang changing
ing changing impression. The viewer s is in invited
vited invited by the artist to imagine for
himself the surrounding features
of the picture presented, which ac actually
tually actually creates at first a false im impression;
pression; impression; because it seems that the
best is left unsaid or unstated. A
closer scrutiny of the paintings,
however, dispels the hasty impres impression,
sion, impression, so that one realizes thai the
created material is really 1 what
brings to mind the vision felt, rath rather
er rather than seen. ?v ft: x

visit the JWB gaUery which is o.l captain General, Stevenson;

pen daily from 9 a.nu to 10 p.m. Verge of Glory, Wight,

, H t ii. if1 null

!a warm 5 and. witty -account df
her pYnrlertr.e aboard an ocean

ograpnic vessel- m me souin
Pacific has been Written 4by

hp I en Rant. wnasc roax "ex

ploring the 'Deep Pacific la a-

mono; xnose piacea in circulation
this week-by the -canal Zone Li Library.
brary. Library. ." '.j '

Mrs. Baltt a describes 'the? a-

round-the-clock activities a-
Hoarrl th uhln, the KMentlStS at

work probing; the secrets of the

ocean bottom ana we aramauc
H1nvaria. nf arraat. dfitlths' and

underwater sea mounts as' tall

aa Everest.
Tha hnnt 1 Illustrated: with

many flne photographs, l; draw drawings
ings drawings and maps.
.Tha ffflaa ant author nt the

books announced by the Library

iohow: 1

Non-fiction Government in
the United States, Johnson; The
rnmnlpf. fluid for th Rervlco.

men's, wife, Land: Exoloring

the Deep pacific, Raitt: xne
tiloration af Mars,, Leyr French
Home Cooking.iPratzt 'How to
Choose, plan, Equlo and Deco Decorate
rate Decorate Kitchens. Wheeler; The
American Woman's New Ency Encyclopedia
clopedia Encyclopedia of Home Decorating,

vnnaa- a -mpHnnarav of Modern

Palntlnp. Kouea; Abingdon par

ty ana Banquet book, Maguire;
John Clncy Adams and the
TTnlnn (Uml!:4:HM Horl0ns.

Pan1 American World AirwavSi

Fiction -A Youna: Man's Fan Fan-nv
nv Fan-nv nr Man on a -Rone, core:

The Nlpht of the Tiger ,!Deln:
The Last' sqaiidronAGaliser: The
Fmpty Nest, Lawrence: Summer

Shock, we r zon( or Kmnuness.

Noma: Th Hunters, siier: Tne

Six. Dancers. Band
To Fc:I:ro Arrive!

Of CuiScrla Grcjp

Six Guatemalan dancers in col

orful native costume will accom accompany
pany accompany the 2nd Regimental Marim Marimba
ba Marimba Group of the Guatemalan Ar Ar-mv
mv Ar-mv when they- arrive in the Carib-

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oean uommana nexi.xnesaay xor

a series of performances tor Arm
ed Forces in the Canal Zone. Lt.

Col. Arden L, Bennett.' chief, .Spe

cial Services. sUARCAHlB. Has

announced.
The band and dancers are ap

pearing in the Zone under the joint

sponsorship of the Navy, Air Force)

and Army, and will be brought
from Guaetmala by special Air
Force flight. Member! of the' band
making the trip are' 10 sergeants
and a lieutenant of the Guatemar

lan Army.
L...'t f

The schedule of performances has

been completed,' Bennett said, and
includes four Army; two Air Force
and two Navy shows; as well as

ward shows at Coco Solo and Gor Gor-gas
gas Gor-gas Hospitals'. '

Th anenintf "verformance will

be at Fort Kobbe -Theater at 7:30

n m Peh19. nd will be followed

by an appearance of the group oy

er Lxis at' a p.m.,; eD,? avir,?.f
a nther narfm-mances Inclufle At

hrnnlr AFR Officers' Club. 5:30 D

m.r lfeb.,,zi; uayion ineaier

N 9 I m heft. 22: orf Ama-

Cummmgs uau, l&tn mavai uistrm

8 p.m., r ed. 24; uorgas uospnai,
9 nm Foh. 25: Albrook AFB

Theater, 8:30 p.m Feb. 25; Coco

Solo Hospital, 2 j.m., Jf eo. ze; t on

Guuck ineater, s:su p.m. ceo. a,
and Coco Solo Theater, 8:30 p.m.
Feb. 27.-

RAF Recon Planes

To Aid In Search

For IRA Outlaws
BELFAST. Northern' Ireland,

Feb. 14 (UP) Five British Royal
Air Force reconnaissance planes
will aid northern Irish police and

troops in searches; for raiders of

the outlawed irisn ttepuDiican

army, it was announced today.

The Northern Ireland 7 military

headquarters said the planes
would operate from Aldergrove

RAF base. 'A!40-man RAF de-j
tachment accompanied the planes.

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SOROPTIMISTS PLAN RUMMAGE SALE M Some of the offl offl-cers
cers offl-cers of the Soroptimlsts Club of Panama are- shown 1 painting -signs
on. the former Farmacla Bristol on 21st of January git.
in Calidonia, to advertise then Rummage Sale, which will be
held on Saturday. Proceeds of this sale will be given to char charities
ities charities of the Soroptfinlst1 Club, among which la aid to the- town
of Concepcion near Juan-Diaz. The Soroptimlst Club of Pan Panama
ama Panama Is a branch of an international club for Executive 'and'.
Professional .women whose,' aim is service to the community. ;
The Rummage Sale" wilt include men, women's and -children's
'closing,- as -well as v household 'goods. .It wil- start at' 7:30
Saturday morning. In i the -picture are Mrs.' Mary Coeman,
Miss Rosa Palacios, President, and Mrs. Shirley Smith'.

' The bull In o china shop hod hod-(
( hod-( nothlnp on today' teenkigers in o
f bos, '"' ''":':

Rev. E. Wilson
To Hold Meeting
( The Rev. Ernest Wilson,' who
is presently- visiting 'Panama,
will conduct an evangelistic
meeting at the Bethel Mission
Church in paraiso tonight.
The service which will be fea featured
tured featured by slnglnK and a gospel
message toy the evangelist. The

meetings will continue on Fri

day night at the Nazarene
Christian Church in Rio Abajo.

SPANISH COURSE
UNIVERSITY OF PANAMA
Intensive Spanish Course for English-speaking; people at
the University of Panama from February 21 to April 17.
Classes on Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday Thursday.

Culvert Pipe Tom,
Pavement Ripped Up
For Tiny Brovn Pup
I NORFOLK, Va. (UP)-A : little
dpg ran into a culvert pipe under
a street here Tuesday night, loped
about 15 feet into the darkness,
and whoompl He fell into a six six-foot
foot six-foot deep Bump hole.,1
The street had to be blocked off.

The pavement had to be ripped
up. The culvert pipe had to be

cracaea open. dui cuy worxers
freed the pup, who just looked
plaintive .and "hurt.
Nine year -old Raymond Falls
heard; the pup's walls "after tbe
venture into the pipe.
He called his brother, Kenny,
who called his mother, Mrs. Mil Mildred'
dred' Mildred' Falls.1 Mrs.- Falls called the
Society for the Prevention of Cruelty-
to Animals. 0 SPCA officials
took one look and called the as assistant
sistant assistant superintendent of bridges

and sewers, H. welibrock.
Working by headlights, a gang
of laborers dug through-the pave pavement
ment pavement and .the dirt and cracked a
hole in the pipe.
1 And there. as crowds peered

down, 'they saw the little 1 brown
mongrel crouched under a shower
of loose dirt, blinking gratefully
at the flashlight -trained on him.
The pup was brought-out by the
scruff of the neck. .j

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From 6 to 7 p.m.
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COMPARSA NIGHT IS TUES., 3IARQI 5
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See the show be in the show! ;
Call our Public Relations Dept. 3-166Q, .' ;
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IRLS OF TROOP 41, pictured above, display happy smiles and satisfaction resultMg froro a
- badee well done From left to right (back row) are Betty VanDykej andCarla Elteh; front
low cwole Thompson? Kaye Sergeant, Margaret Mahoney, Paula Badonsfcy, Nancy Wenborne
S'Sweiftoeellng, Margie Morris. Not present when the picture was taken were

Betsy 'Mallory and Nancy Browne.

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THE LONG WALK BACK to the ear la made with notebook,
camera and bag to carry leaves and seedpods gathered from
the ground to be used in their nature display. Left to right
are Betty VanDyke, Paula Badonsky and Joyce Swenson.

BALBOA FRIDAY! -ON STAGE 8:00 P.M.
"THXA-S VARIETIES"
JOAN ROSS Wizard of the Bull Whip
TEXAS ED and BABE
TEXAS SHAWNY 3V2-Year-01d Whip Wizard
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Teenaa-ers in
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-Also: -Gregory
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MOBY DICK

Scout News
Scouts In Search
Of Rambler Badge
In Outdoor Action
Girls who are members of
Bcout Ttood 41 are working to
earn their Rambler badge, not
only because It is so much fun
but because It is a worthwhile
introduction to the out-of-doors.
A number of interesting
things were observed at Sum Summit
mit Summit Gardens. As usual, the girls
wanted to know the names of
everything along the way. seed seed-pods,
pods, seed-pods, leaves and samples of
many other things were collect collected.
ed. collected. Some of the arresting growths
Identified and observed were
the chicle tree, used in making
chewing gum, paper tree, Hon Hon-duran
duran Hon-duran Flame tree, aralla. maho
gany .tree, coffee tree, papyrus,
4 cannon ball, bread '"fruit tree,
candle tree and sour sap tree.
All the girls agreed it was fun
to learn the scouting way.

FEATURE ATTRACTION!
4:30-6:15 8:45
FORREST TUCKER
MARI BLANCHARD
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DEL AIRE

Also: Two Great
, Pictures:

FRANCO WELCOMES BAUD King Saud of Saudi Arabia,
right, walks with Generalissimo Francisco Franco after his :
arrival at the airport in Madrid, Spain. A Spanish plane had
picked up the royal party in the Azores, where they had flown
from the UJS. in president Elsenhower's plane.

Baby Daughter

Shot Throught Head By Gunman

OAKLAND CITY. Ind.: Feb. 14
(UP) A gunman shot a baby girl
through the head today in a volley
of rifle fire into the home of her
strike-defying parents.
The baby, 4-months-old Julia
Ann Russell, was given only a
chance to live at Deaconess Hos Hospital
pital Hospital in nearby Evansville. Ind. If
she survives, 1 doctors said, -ner
left side will probably be para paralyzed
lyzed paralyzed for life.. (
Gov. Harold W. Handley or
dered state police detectives' into
the area to find the gunman and
to put down further violence at
the strike-bound Potter-Brumfield
Manufacturing Co. at nearby
Princeton, ind.
The shooting was the latest and
bloodiest attack upon non-striking
rotter-Brumiieid workers.
Grievance Dispute
Members of the International
Association of 'Machinists have
been on strike since Nov. 5 over
a grievance dispute. Non-strikers'
homes in the area have been
dynamited and riddled by gunfire.
Julia's parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Ronald Russell, have continued
working at the plant despite the
strike. They were sleeping in their
trailer fome, parked at an Oak
land City intersection, when the
gunman opened fire.
About seven shots ripped into
the home and four bullet holes
pierced the baby's pink blanket.
One of the bullets-smashed into
the little girl's cheek and emerged
from her skull.
The parents ran to the crib to
find blood oozins from their
babyshead
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Bedside Vigil
Emergency surgery was sched
uled for Julia. Ann in Evansville.
An aunt, keeping a bedside vigil
beside the child, said "you hate
someone but you don t know who
to hate."
The ahootlnt; of the baby
snocaea uus small community in
the southernmost pocket of Indi
ana as no previous outbreak of
strike violence had done.
rouer urumneid offered a
2,500 reward for inform ition
leading to the gunman and $5,000
for information on other acts of 1
strike violence. The company also
cauea a special meeting to Plead
for an end to violence. But even
as it did so, additional state troop
ers were oraerea 10 u punt to
prevent threatened picket line vi
olence.
Princeton ministers planned to
open weir enurcnes tomorrow to
pray lor an end to the bloodshed,
rne onry union omciai to com comment,
ment, comment, travelling auditor Leroy
nann or wasnugion, u. c, caned
the shooting "a horrible thing."
Handler Wants Action
Handley, in ordering state
troopers into the area, said
'we're not going to wait for local
enforcement agencies to ask us
in. Everr facility of the state will
be used to find out who committed
this unlawful act.
The 23-year-old father is i union
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er worker at .toe plant. ;v ,.,..
When asked whether he be
lieved the strike caused the shoot-
ing, Russell said "I don't see how
it could be interpreted otnerwise.."
His mother. Mrs. Novella Rus
sell, said a man came to the
trailer after the previous dynamit-
ings and shootings and warned
her son "he would he next."
! Russell however, said he had
not been threatened. He denied he
was a memoer oi me spunier
group fighting the strike Ind said
he had intended to give up his
lob at the strikebound plant Fri:
day because he was "fed up with
the whole business.
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West opens the oueen of clubs.
and you decide on a plan before
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we oummy. to opponents can
take the two ton hearts whenever
they choose, and they threaten to
establish three long clubs. Your
plan -must not allow them to take
three clubs and two hearts, since
wen yon wouia oe aoeatea.
u you win the first 'club' and
start on the diamonds, a 3-3 break
in tnat suit would give yon give
uiamonu uicks. mis would be
wuga ror ine contract, wnat a-
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yon toos: tne top diamonds and
gave up one diamond,- you would
gw oniy iout oiamond tricks. This,
together with two tricks in each
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your n'lUfl LTlrt tha nmwnmh
would take the three clubs and the
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What about the spades? If you
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tricks whenever the suit breaks 8-3
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fail to break, you will still be in
position to sun the 'diamonds in
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This gives us the answer. Plsy
for both suits at once by trying out
the spades first, Win the first club
wick witn the king, cash the top
spades and give up a spade. With
a good break in spsdes, you are
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ean still try for the diamonds, if
both suits break badly, get your-
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PJtt. t v-
oo Feature Review
4:30-Wnat's your Favorite '(rt.
, quests tasen py pnonr
:35What's Yeu'r' r T 0 1 X
i (cont'd) .
;Q0 Alleq jacksbn CommeB CommeB-:
: CommeB-: tarv (WRtTLl k. -:S
: 15 BLUE RIBBON SPORTS'
x m REVIEW (Pabst peerr f,
:40 Telephone Hour (WRUL)
7;00-i-aoon Show z
7:30 VOA Report From OA
:00 Eilzabetban .Theater
8:30 Take it From Here
lOOYou Asked Fdr It (ro-
jf;;,.;. quests -takea:jby, .Pbone
10:36Musip From Hotel El pan
J 'ri'if ama,. -. . :'
iO:45-TemDle Of Dreams
11:00 Concert Under The Stars
W:00gn Oft.,,, ,.; ,.;;;
., Tomorrow, Friday,' Feb., 13
;:005igo On Alarm Clock
WUi 5 Club (requests taken
6 i H; by phone tui jioo).
' 7:80 Mornlnir fialon Concert
8:15 Church In The WUdwood
8:30 Musical Reverie
,8:00 News
;:15 sacred Heart. ...
0:30 Paris Star Time
10:00 JENNIFER'S JOU R N A tj
(Cutexiand Odoronoj-
10:05 Spins and Needles re-
, .quests- t taken by
phone till 8:30) '
11:00-News
11:05 Spins AB O Wo diet
(cont'd) 1
11:30 Meet The Entertainer
12:00 News
P.M. 1 ''
I2:05-iLuncrieon Music' 1 "'
12:15 M ELACH RINO MUSI
; cai (Nescaxei
12:30-Sweet And Hot
1:00 News -
1 : 15 Music Of Manhattan
1:30 Sons Of The Pioneers
1:43 Songs of France
2:00 Tex Beneke show
2:15 Freddy Martin Show
2:30 The Virginians'
,3:00 Hank, Snow And Hi
kuqdov uuicn poys
3:15 Sammy Kaye Show ,
3:30 Music For Friday, ':-fd
4:00 Feature Review r
4:30 What's Your Favorite (re (requests
quests (requests taken by phone
tui 3:00)
. 8:30 News
:35-Wnars Your Favorite
(cont'd)
6:00 Allen Jackson Commen
tary (WRUL)
8:15 BLUE RIBBON SPORTS
REVIEW (Pabst Beer)
.6:80 Top Tune of the week
- .?'-( f. (WRUL)
7:00 Thirty Minute Theater
7:30-VOA Report From UA
8:00 Music By Roth
8:30 Short Story Theater
r:90-jru Asked. Wot l
quests taken by phone
tlU7:30)
10:30 Cavalcade Of-Amirlc"
ll:(XWazs TM Midnight' 1
12:po-Slgn OfL,"
Miami U Looking v
WAMl (UP-Trank F. Carat-
tini had $600 yanked from bis
purse tor practicing dentistry at
home-without a-license.
The 40-year-oM Miamian 'pald
the fine prempuy after Judge
Gene Williams said he was guilty.
Payment of the fine averted a
fow-month jail term. .
Testimony showed' Cartttinl
equipped 'with dental chair and
tools, handled a $55 job on a den denture
ture denture and a $2 extraction last Oc
tober. .
His 'patients turned out to be
Investigators from the State Board
of Dentistry.
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Ayalanche Kills
6 In Party Of 23
Swiss Skiers
-STOCKHOLM, Feb. 14 (UP)
Six persons were crashed to death
by ice and snow today when as
avalanche swept down on a party
of 23 skiers on Soasahoegama
Momtav in northern Sweden as
guests at the Steriiea resort and
some army cadets, started to as ascend
cend ascend Saasaboefarna mountain in
dear, sunny weather. Disaster
struck a half-hour later when an
avalanche 200 yards vide tumbled
down the mountain slope.
Toie Encanto yJ25 .15
r WAHOO! tUMf
Dan Deiley to
"MXrr MI IN LAS, YE GAS"
Van Johnson la J
Meat oi the Fighting Lady"
Today IDEAL Jft JO
Lone. Turner la
FLAME AXD TEE FlXSiT
' Itobtrt Taytee lfl t
"ABOVE AJCD BEYOKIT

, Sy ERSKINB JOHNSON
' HOLLYWOOD (NEA) '"Sou '"Souvenir
venir '"Souvenir strands :of IJlvis ftresley'a
civihan bair .,"
Uh-huh. The. pig Gl .Shearing,
when -it happens,, will be-a blow
to the leather jacket set but it's
already been a blow for a fellow
who wanted to market the famous
wavy, locks and clips from the side
burns, too. I ,
".Col'iTom Parker, 'who man-

Elvis; saidj'W. He's'hop-
iag1 there will bis pd t f us Seven
thouch be .hates to Pass uo a' buck.
As. ;think' when it- happens,'
Tom ; told t me, rwe'll p Just let: an
Array earbet cut Elvis' hair and
then it 'will be government proper property.
ty. property. If tne government wants to sell
souvenir, strands for the Army Re
lief f iind, wciii that s okay j with
; Everyone", is worried about the
Big Shearing of Elvis except' El Elvis,
vis, Elvis, whtt, gave: me. tho idea he
doesn't -care even if he f winds up
as osiq. as. iut Bryaner";.;.'t'.ii:w
"Ah- Jon't swanti "em toi make
any new rules fori aiej"-he said
over hie favorite lunch of mashed
potatoes and iTavy. (sauerkraut
and broiled bacon; "Ah aint'. go
111-1 10 asK tor anythmg special
IT'S PRESLSY DELIRIUM time
again in Hollywood where he's
starring in his seeoml movi -i"Tj-
ing Yoq. for Producer Hal Wallis
at Paramount. "And," says Elvis,
no muiK An u 'Do more natural
in this role."' -.iifrf
Until he arrived 'on' the rfefc Pi
ramount's title for Ihe picture wis
'.'Something; for the "fiirlt" 'Ah
d,i2n'tllile that title," the 22-year-
vi wuo ge w,uw ian letters a
weetf. .old me. "So Ah hi it
changed.' ) ..--vf.
. Just -like that. too. No one wants
1? 3 Mr. Presley, the human
Fort Knox who had, his all-white
vuuc snipped out by train from
Mempms wnue he's urUno in
nouywooa. usi: S700 for freight.
, ut at least he saved a few
ducks. "Tney wanted $100 to
truck, It out," he groaned.
'LQViNfr YOU" is f A story

Ike Doctrine Would Tumble

" T ,-" S '
L.S. Into War,
TNDflN Fti 11 IW Lur,k
cow Radio said today the Eisen Eisenhower
hower Eisenhower dnptrina nnt.'nnlv pnnlri tats
theJUnUcd.SUtea.to.tbe brink ttf
war vout could tumble it right in,
head -over heels.';?- r.y't'--'
In commentary tbeamed: at
Nortlf Mnttieir Moscow i i d,
"Conflicting tendencies are at play
in Wasnington between those: who
want a relaxation of international
relations ana those who want their
aggravation. ", t
It said on tM wa nin.
ed. by politicians who stubbornly
opposet. cooperation witn Russia
ana lose no chimr in vaim Sn.
viet-American relations.
1 "Theeo ere Ht tame aUH.
fisns who have keen reefing al
along for the danfereus eewrso
f ceM war alHwwgh this course
has already, demonstrated Its In In-selvency
selvency In-selvency and atone the United
Stales no end of harm;" the cent cent-mentary
mentary cent-mentary said,
It aaid thA .laaifora Mil. ...
were Seeretaw et. Tk vZ
er Jf William Tj Tim.i. r.ii I
rornia. Vice PrMiitan u,.j w I
fought openly for extension of the
United Mates Army there?" the
comraeniarv aiirM "tv ji...
trous consequences of 1 such 1
gam we if It had gone through al almost
most almost defy description." y
r. 7'm- V" rm eleods
JAiSmainingScreoming
v-'j f A Typhoon of
i )Z -RIa$t Tomorrow ot

- Owe of tbo sni iraaaatio and sfarnifkant events fat tho
"pt-Wrld War II era, tba revolt and eventual tub mission
erf is Haas, ta stow wtUa ttM reoUsan In "BTK!". pen pen-tag
tag pen-tag this weekend, starting Satwtsy "DRIYS-LV Thea
too taroagk CmHed Artists reseaaav t

An afj-owt eetfeei draaaa eentermg abet the guerrilla,
warfare in the PhiUpptBca, "Hmk!" was shot in rt entirety
ta. Eastman Ce4 ) tocaUen In Leaon. Ceerge Montre Montre-anery
anery Montre-anery an Menat Freeman are c-sUrred, and a targe sp
KrttBe caat la bade4 ey Jeha Baev, aaneo BeO, Teddy
arrUea, Mario Barrl and Ben rem. - AdvU

oi a'sihger who becomes an over
night sensation, with a tavern tut

X J 1 1 If VII .MV j VU -M. .00IU-
ed me it isn't his life story, "Just
a slight resemblance," he said. s
Dorothy Harmony, the Las Ve Vegas
gas Vegas chorus cutie, is on Elvis' arm
when he goes to the movies here.:
That's almost every night. "Ah'm
not just'a fan, 'Ah'm a friend," he
says f j
But Dottie isn't the only gal in
his life
"Ah date girls Ah like.1 Le told
I me. "Blondes, brunettes Ah like
1 e'm all. j. They're all human. Ab
don't idate anyone ; for, publicity
though. ? That's the reason. I guess
Natahe, "Wood is put.; Only 'Holly,
wood actress ; who: "sends" ,' Elvis
now, he- said, is Rita. Moreno.
They've never meC
r "But' she knocks' me' 'out, he
said., '-.rjt
i Liz. Scott : is Elvis' bearbeat in
the filmJ which also features new newcomer
comer newcomer rj Dolores Hart, But Lis ii
the one who -"knocks! him out In
the picture when he isn't warb warbling
ling warbling 10 new songs. The biggest hits
he believes, will be "Teddy Bear"
and i'Meaii 1yomantvBhiesH f ,
'f'.'.i." 'Sfi'--JgHryi ? "R:rf" f :
I LEARNING LINES lln the mo movies
vies movies doesn't bother Elvis; tHe rock
'n' roll king a numbet of, parents
would, luf to crown.
; ;"Ah, ,'jwSf read the script 6nce
and Ah knew all the lines,'? he told
me. "Ah can do that with songs,
too: Ah have more troubling as an
actor waiting, for a cue."
And relaxing. Says the film's
dlrefctot, Hal Kante; r"EMs is a
bright lad with, a-lot -of drive and
excitement. Once I get him relax relaxed
ed relaxed he's' great. Hell be a star, I
think,, krag .after poeple haye for-
aotteh hp Kvttr nv
"BhigVCrosby agrees '. but says
Elvis ( ,H e e d s '"more V training training-should
should training-should be learning other, kinds of
songs; should : stop, slouching add
should shed thpse sideburns.''
; y EM (omments, on that
"Ah guess he's right, flow can
you argue .with King's success ?"
But how can you argue with El
vis' success? ,. ..: ,
( f 1 (
SoviefsAyer
1 ; .'!..
f a slump hanging over the U U-nited
nited U-nited Stftes,. economy fvei Sec Secretary
retary Secretary of Treasury George Hum Hum-.phrey
.phrey Hum-.phrey .iawerried," It aaieUf'But
uunea anq nis peimcai partners
are centlnulng te draw en the
L.mL 1. 1 K I!
'wro."., ..- '.-
; Moscow said implementation of
the E'senhowef 'rinrtrin hv Akin.
gress1 "will reUevrMr.fDuiles of
the heed of Imaking any more ad-
missions aoour. tne united Stares
being on the brink of war.. For
Once' it la aponmnliahu1 h.n
nothing for it but to tumble right
in head over heels.' ; .v
1 t
Kiilcr Korde Striiuhg Like
Terror... in : ;f ',
"DRIVE-IN' Tnearre.
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IEJ f AN ANA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NCWSrAJTEB
f AGE SEJVCb'

t THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 14, 1957

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.AWARDS were presented 'recently by the Commanding Officer of the NavU StaUon. ttoco
Solo to employes for beneficial suggestions and, one: award was presented ds, a commendation.
Shown left to right: Ethelston-Valentine who received a $10 award for his alert thinking
and prompt action to san emergency which. could have .caused serious Injury to an employe.
Commanding Officer, Captain J; G. Craigr Prank Cougher who i received $100 i Beneficial Bug
estion award for substitution of metal grit tor sandblast material; Mermoth A. Ward .who
received a $20 Beneficial Suggestion award for adoption of ClecO holders. i i w i

Quiz Contest Winner Observes
Birthday Vjth TV Winnings

,JiTE(rl.yORKL(UPX-Cliarles.Yatt'

Doren celebrated his burthday yes

tarda v with. 31 candles on his

cake.1 and ,.S1WW "in jiv ,wi

rungs. t
vVan Doren," the biggest winfier
nn a cinelA TV OUlZ show, out-

piavA twnf ODDonents : on NBC-

TV "Twenty One" .Monday Bight

to add ii6,000 to. big mounting pue.
Qn 10 previous appearances on the

program, -van twren nao pyrannu
fed his winnings to $122,000. ,v

' The slim, Columbia College in in-trurtor
trurtor in-trurtor will return next Monday

to tell whether he will go for an
even bigger boodle. Under the
rules of the show, which worlf. like
the card game "blackjack,", Van

Doren can continue as long as he

feels he puk knock off challengers

Whips Tw CJ.alltnfj.rs

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Mrs. George M. Humphrey, is leaving the first Presbyterian Church, In ThomasvlUe, Ga., aft after
er after attending services. In rear are Rev. A. Allen Gardner, Jr.; left, minister of the church, and
Secretary of the Treasury George M. Humphrey,' host for the Eisenhower'! visit,

' Monday night. Van .1 Doren

whipped John Kleran Jr., son of

th former SDortswriter and "In

formation : Please" e x p e r t, and

Hall Grilifth, a writer and public
affairs consultant from Forest

Hills. N. Y.

Young Kieran. graduate of

Yale and Havard Law SchooH

whose home' is Trumbull, Conn.,
and Griffith, who holds a PH. D.

from Princeton, were the 11th and

12th contestants defeated by van
Doren. i w.v: y.i ..'

Van Doren. who holds degree

from St. John's of Annapous and
Columbia.; hammered through a

senes of queries on George Wash

ington, show music, bodies of wa water
ter water and aueens after vroaking to

Emcee Jack Barry;. "You knowi

me, Jack, I gotta go on.

, Hires Tax Expert
i Van Doren,' son of Pulitzer Prize

poet Mark Van Doren, has a tax

? xpen wonting on ms mure con-

tributions to internaLrevenuc. He
estimated that he may keep about
$40,000 of his present earnings if
forced to declare it as a single

year's income. V;. J J

. However, since part of his earn earnings
ings earnings were made 4as yearon the
TV- show, a -test case may result

irom ms tax propieiji, ine ques question'
tion' question' is whether the "government

will permit Van Doren to spread
his quiz winnings over a two-year

span.

Van Doren's Only competitor for
top TV winnings is 11-year old

stock expert Leonard Ross, a Tu

lungs, Calif., youngster who has

piled up $164,000 on two shows

"The mg surpnse" and "The ?M, ?M,-000
000 ?M,-000 Challenge.", Van Doren could

top that total next week.
Barnum And Bailey
Family Fuss Back
To Court Argument

SARASOTA (UP The family;

fuss over operation of the Ring Ring-ling
ling Ring-ling Bros., Barnum and -Baileyi

Circus was back in circuit court

today.

Circus attorneys switched their
tactics late Monday by filing a

motion to throw out a petition

brought against the circus by Mrs.

Hester Ringling sanford. a direc
tor and minor stockholder, v ;

QUICKLY CUnOED
Do your fut Itch a badly that they
arly riv you craiy? Dom th kl
- n your (eat crack and pmIT Tha
raal caua of theaa foot troublas la a
, garm, and tha allmant la known undar
Many names, auch as Athlete's Toot
e Bynsaporo Itch. ate. To rid yourself of
theaa troubles, you hav to kill tha
: : serma that causa them. A now treat
. ment called Nixoderm will aulokly
overcome tha itchlnr, killing erma,
and aoothlna your feet It la also a
ramady aralnst tha moat stnbbora
eaiea of acsama, acne and skla erup eruptions.
tions. eruptions. Oat Nixoderm from your drug
atore today.

Mrs. Sanford asked the court

Jan. 31 to force the circus to hand

over its book for her inspection.

Circus attorney James E. Kirk of
Sarasota and G. DaVid Parrish of

Miami, attorney for Mrs. Sanford,

reached an agreement early, Mon

day under which tha circus books
would be brought out for formal

inspection by- Feb. 20,

But later in the day. Kirk filed

-the motion to quash Mrs. San

lord's petition, charging that the

petition was "vague and ambig

uous" tnd failed to state a cause

of acuon.

Mrs. Sanford and other minority

stockhD'oerg of the Ringling fam

ily have expressed dissatisfaction

with circus operations ever since

John Ringling North, circus pres president
ident president and controller of 51 per cent

of the stock, folded the show last
July.

FuGlIive Kidnaper
From LeavenvorJh
Surrenders To Cops
' KINGMAN. Ariz. (UP)-An d-

derjy woman Uvingjn an Episco Episcopal
pal Episcopal parsonage received credit to

day for tiie surrender ot lugi lugi-trve
trve lugi-trve from Leavenworth who" kid kidnaped?;
naped?; kidnaped?; and attacked, a teen-age
girl and fought a gun battle in

the city streets.

The fugitive, Charles E. Turner,
took refuse hi the Parsonage Mon

day night after abandoning Joyce

Hitchcock 17, of Helena, Mont
' Joyce said in a signed state

ment that 'Turner abducted her
Thursday night when she was
parking her car in the lot of a

club at Helena, bhe said lurr.fr,
34 rriminallv assaulted her dur

ing a trail of crime-through three

gtflttJSa ' "''"
;. An employe at the agricultural

Inspection station near Kingman
alerted police to watch for an au automobile
tomobile automobile driven by a man who

acted suspiciously..

Officer Stephen Smith, dis dispatched
patched dispatched : to investigate the report,

met Turners car at an intersec
tion and i attempted to vston it,

Turner began firing a Smith

with a '.38 caliber pistol and the
policeman chased him in a blaz blazing
ing blazing gun duel.

The fugitive's car stopped and

Turper raw through a resiuenuai

district, darting into tne parson parsonage
age parsonage in which Louise Freeland has
lived since the death of her broth

er, the rector of the church.

When' police surrounded tne par

sonage.: Miss Freeland oroustu

Turner to the door and ordered

him to throw out his gun. men

she took him to the police. Turner

pleaded. r'Don't shoot me,", police

said. !.

Turner admitted he escaped

Fort Leavenworth Prison Juno 4,
1956, but police said they were not
able to Verify immediately Tur

ner's boast to the girl he nao oeen

imprisoned for killing two men.

Hard Sell

DETROIT Feb. 14 (UP) Al-

thmioh Thnmas Olsowv. 20. was

nnr. ohlo tn sennrp t.hp rplpssp

from jail of his buddy, police did

give mm tne opportunity 10 con console
sole console his friend .

When Olsowy demanded to

why his friend had been arrest

ed on a reckless driving charge,
police remembered there was a

warrant issued for Olsowy's ar arrest
rest arrest last December ftnd put him

in the same cell with his buddy.

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VBK PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DATLT NEWSPAPER ' ''
pnTTBSnAY. FEBRUARY 14. I9ST
To iFinisIi; Second In Series
it-

Gits

Chance

anama

'Brunei Blanks Puerto Rico;

Cuba Clinches Championship
f .!' o
'M HAVANA, Feb. 14 (UP) Panama gets an op-
J portunity to finish second in the Ninth Caribbean
I Series tonight when she meets Venezuela in the lid lid-1
1 lid-1 1 1 lifter as te teams wind up their activities. Cuba plays
Puerto Rico in the nightcap.
i f If Panama, who beat Venezuela in their first
' encounter, wins again, and Cuba defeats Puerto Ri-'
H j co, Panama will be runners-up alone. If Panama wins
"'and Cuba loses, Panama would finish second in a
tie with Puerto Rico.

4 Top YamvMens Doubles Get Underway

Pitchers Af El Panama Court Toniaht

i l II I 7 m .

Cuba last night retained the
' Caribbean Baseball crown by
i defeating Venezuela five runs to
1 Jour In a dramatic ninth inning
comeback highlighted by three
errors on the Dart of the losers

I which contributed to the defeat
'-with as many runs.
In the f rst game of the eve eve-tilng,
tilng, eve-tilng, Panama whipped Puerto
Rico five-to-nothing, restrict restrict-jwinir
jwinir restrict-jwinir the Puerto Rican batters
- i to four harmless hits.
' 1 Cuba now has four wins, a-
gamst one defeat, while the
three other participants Pan Pan-ama,
ama, Pan-ama, Puerto Rico and Venezue-
trri V. turn nrin-a nnH

1, JiV-AlC IflCU WlLH vnv tvw
; three losses apiece.
j' Panama's lefty George Brunet
i .became the first pitcher to
it "whitewash a- Puerto Rican team
? sin the Caribbean series- history.
' :at was his first win in this year's
'! Classic, and he displayed preat
I peeand control while striking
1 out "weight batters and allowing
! 'fort?' two walks.

ifr; H$ only difficult moment was .Cuba

S Jn' the cigntn, wnen Puerto ki ki-i
i ki-i co placed two runners on with with-out
out with-out -outs, but he forced Herb
I Plevs to hit for a double-play
f and Bill Harrell filed out to
f fihott outfield.
I f: fcrunet helped his own cause
I wtHt a home ru nover the left
I t tejd fence, in the sivth 'nnlnc.
Panama Increased its lead in

the seventh with a double by
Al Pinkston and single by
Marcos Cobos, and clinched
the game with three runs in
the eighth with singles by
Harold Gordon, Al Brathwaite,
Hector Lope and Clyde Par-

ris.
Cuba retained the crown it
won last year in Panama. Even
if the Cubans should drop to tonight's
night's tonight's game against Puerto Ri Rico,
co, Rico, the result will have no bear bearing
ing bearing in the final outcome of the

competition for nrst place, since

Cuba would wind up wun one
defeat less than any team tak taking
ing taking second place.

Unsigned

The linescores:
Panama 000 001 130- 5 10 1
Puerto Rico 000 000 000 O 4 2
Brunet (1-1) and Cobos;
Smith, Rivera (8) and Marti.
LP: smith (0-2). HR: Brunet
(1st).
Venezuela 011 000 200 4 10 4

002 000 003- 5 10 0

Rirrpr rneohs (9) ind ROSB-

boro; Fornieles, Hahn (8 Lo Lopez
pez Lopez (8 and Smith. WP: Lopez
(l-n; LP: Pirrer fl-1).
The club standing;
Wot Lost Pt.
Cuba 4 1 .800
Panama 2 3 .OO
Venezuela 2 3 .400
Puerto- Ricd 2 3 .400

Powells Smack CHS 10-5

Undeafeated 1st Half

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STANDINGS

Atlanta Twilight Baseball

4
6
6

1.000

.500
.250
.142

5 Lowells
i C. H. S
USS Jasper
JCHS Alumni

r
. 1 Tuesday's Bi'!ts
, j J "Powells 10, CH.S. 5
! Trtr'ht's Game fThursdav
? 3US Jasper vs CHS-Alumni
! f v-

? rrortrAD CTMAVC

son, limiting- CH.S. to only four
hits. Buckeye gwearinge. taking
his first turn on the nill in the

Won Lost Pet. I seventh, gave up a pair of rupns

NEW YORK, Feb. 14 (UP)

Casey Stengal was back at the

old stand today, leading Yankee

ball players on the field and not
the least bit concerned that four
of his lop pitchers are balking at

salary terms.

Stengel officially opened the

Yankees' rookie instru c t i o n a 1
school at St. Petersburg, Fla., and
the varsity batterymen are due to

report there to him in less than

two weeks.

Right now, though. Don (Perfect

uame) Larsen, Johnny Kucki,

Tommy Byrne and Tom, Sturdi Sturdi-vant
vant Sturdi-vant are among the 17 Yankee

players who are unsigned.

in ranktts raised their sign
d contracts from outfialdars
Norm Siabtrn and Bob Martvn.

both candidates for the left field
job.
Vic Wertz, who came back from
a polio attack to lead the Indian

m slugging last year with 32 hom

ers and 106 runs batted in, signed

ms contract tor an estimated $25,

000. Wertz' signing gave Cleveland

a total of 18 men under contract

Second baseman Nellie Fox, who
batted 296 with the White Sox in
1056, agreed to terms after receiv receiving
ing receiving a slight raise over his last

year s salary. The White Sox have

m men signed witn nine to go

outfielder Gale Wade was' the
32nd mamber of the Cubs to agree

m terms wniie me itea sox an announced
nounced announced the signing of shortstop
Milt Boiling and pitcher Russ
Kem merer.
Pitchers Saul Rogovin and Ron

iegray accepted terms with the

rnimes. maKing a total of 20 play players
ers players they have siened. while th

Tigers -announced the sisnine of

catcher, J. W. Porter.
Only rookie Curtis Barclay re remains
mains remains unsigned with the Giants,
they announced, following the' re receipt
ceipt receipt of signed contracts from In In-fielders
fielders In-fielders Daryl Spencer and Fo Fo-r
r Fo-r Cattleman and pitcher Jim
Constable.
Cuban pitcher Mike Foriiefes
became the 36th member of the
Orioles to sign his contract. Five

ominnjre piayers remain unsign

( ;
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GUATEMALAN DUO Mrs. Hilda Herrera and Alfredo Wer,
both of Guatemala, are the No. 1 tennis players In their home homeland.
land. homeland. Wer will see action tonight in the El Panama Invita Invitational
tional Invitational against Earl Omphroy In the men's singles. Mrs. Her Herrera
rera Herrera will compete in the women's singles tomorrow night and
team up with Wer in the mixed doubles.

intlc Twilie-ht League rec-

on one hit.

Ray croft was the starter and
loser for C H.S. During his four
inning stint, Ray allowed eight
hits and walked five batters.
Phil Hadarlts took ov?r in the
fifth frame and was treated
roughly, allowing four hits, three
of which were consecutive extra-base
blasts, includins a
round-tripner bv Louis Dedcaux.
The twelve-hit Powlls assault
that boosted seven of their nine

rftr''eoers were busy Hiuiwi- regulars into the hetter-tban

inr through ,v,e reenre' 051 300 brae

Tifir'ay ninht to see. U ever
T14f1 onP hoif of Rpo-Ol

cket. mPde them proMb-

itivp favorites to con another
MlartV Twilicht Tasuo c'am-

I monsnin. ire ro"'""S team Dai'-

,vjv-'t ever having sutiereo a ting average is .345.

rdefeat.
. Ortlv Pwepri r"fn (.""Si
; ;V pni'M n m-orv ua omi prg hel0iv tb

,rv1 "is "pnerr'"" w,p",p1 XnrT

mVC navm- won Te
tt"Vi of the i57 senson with
TifJ witiK nnd no losses.

I T
Kpel Gibson, who nitcert
setan of the nine games and
! bV action in re'ief in pnother,
chalked up win No. 7 of the sea-

rSCyRES

CANAL ZONE WOMEN'S loth
ANNUAL BOWLING SCHEDULE
The 16th Annual City Bowling
Tournameut for women will be
ehld at the Margarita Alleys on
Feb. 15, 16, and 17.
Bowling schedule is as follows follows-Team
Team follows-Team Schedule Fab. 15

Army Atlantic Defeats

Clayton By 10-8 Score

The Army Atlantic Bushmasters

schocked Fort Clayton's Cavaliers

yesterday evening at Jarmen Field

10-8, scoring two runs off Bill Ca Ca-ry
ry Ca-ry in the tenth inning to win the

contest, he loss was Cary s first

of the year and only the thirl loss
in 15 outings for the Clayton nine.

In yesterday s other PAAF game

the Fort Amador Troopers stole
everything but first base as they
defeated the Fort Kobbe Regulars

7-1 at Rencher Field.
TROOPERS DEFEAT KOBBE

1st Shift: .00 p.m.
A llpv NJn 1 Panama .41..

Alley No. 2: Bovd Rrn inB,,.jthree runs in the top half

The Fort Amador nine

mofir. rrio1i MS",T,,rir w ton

e"" hitter nsdov n'o-ht with 3

hits, a n?ir of triples and a sin single
gle single in four tries.

AUTO-LITE

Sta-Ful

:-Bfltteries

CADE'TN To pi v it MT.
HOPE SUNDAY
Tonight the Atlantic Twilight
Tag"e officially drons the I'd
on the Hrst. half. rHS-Alumni
and USS Jasper will meet Pt 7
o'cloc1' 'n a battle to stay out of
the cellar.
The second half had been
scheduled to begin Sunday aft-

.ernodn. Instead, the league has
Ibeen invited and has accepted.
I the opportunity to nlav against

the Cadets from the Merchant
Marine Training Phlo "State Of
Maine." which w'll be In rort at
Cristobal for a five-day stay.

"Needs water Mil 3 time
year d Brine normal ear
sc. Tbey aba last longer.
.'I'.' There's as
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' Bat'ery for every use:
' Cars
Etuea
Trrif kt
Mer"Betf
; Diesel Motors
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P:nEniaA!iIa.$. A.

Jwl rrav la. Os
K. MU

Are.

ance

Alley No. 3: Abernathy
Alley No. 4: No Mi Diga Lounge
Alley No. 5: Atlantic No. 2
2nd Shift: 1:30 p.m.
Alley No. 1: Ft. Gulick Officers'
Wives
Alley No. 2: Atlantic No. 1

Alley No. 3: Ft. Gulick NCO

Wives

Alley No.

4: Atlantic No. 3

Fab. H Doubles
1st Shift: 4:00 p.m.
Alley No. 1: Betty Coleman, Su Susan
san Susan Boles, Liz Buxton, Eva Stin-

son.
Alley No. 2: Polly Blanev Jean

nette Lockhart, Marge Hicks, Mur-

rei Mitcnusson.

Alley No. 3: Eeanor Browne,

norence Tobin, LU Gunn, Del Pe
ters.

Alley No. 4: Rita Stetz, Julia
Glogovcsan, Kathryn Marullo,

Jeanne uupere.
Alley No. 5: Jean Hume, Thel Thel-ma
ma Thel-ma Camby, Betty Brown, Thelma
Lowande.
A II... Mm T3 ... ir

"At'Ji.Rodgers, Kate Hardin, 'Marilyn

moorman.
AUey No. 7: Sue Dragoo, Fran Frances
ces Frances Gilbert, Ethel Gloss, Helen
Light.
Alley No. 8: Ruth Tortorlci, Reg Reggie
gie Reggie Schmidt, Gladys Pescod, Ann
McNulty.

scored
of the

first inning without benefit of a

hit and went on to defeat the Kob Kobbe
be Kobbe Regulars at Rencher Field 7-1.
Jack Kaps went all the day for
the Troopers striking out six men,
and limiting the hard hitting Kob Kobbe
be Kobbe nine to a mere five Kits. The

win was Kaps fifth

losses.

Loy drew a walk, a single by
Bruce Nolan, and Bo Stewart's tri triple
ple triple to deep right field, produced
two more runs. Stewart then scor scored
ed scored on Rivera's single.
The lone Kobbe run was scored

in tne bottom of the sixth. Ernie
Lennon drove a double down the
left field line and scored on Carl

corrao s single.

in tne first six innings of the
contest the Amador Troopers ran

wiiu pmenng 12 Dases.

BUSHMASTERS
UPSET CLAYTON

the

team will be selected by the four
imagers tonight and they will
play Punday pfternoon at 2:30
against the visiting cfdeU from
the M"ine Merchant Marine
Academy.'

The box score;
CH.S.
Rankin cf
8as.o rf, 2b ....
Croft p. rf
Ku!i? ss
Gibson. WK. lb
Newhard 2b. 3b
Hnmnhrey If. c
Crawford c

rrn'ep"on 11

Ab R
4 1

II Po

2

triTu 3b 1
Hadarlts p 1.

Sv-ar'ngen
?h, n ...
"a". 2 c

nfbwi tv
nnipT

"!Tke lb .

Dunning rf

If

Powells
c 3b
;. S
a
...... 4
C 2b

2nd Shiyf: 1:01 p.m. -Singles
will begin on Alley No.
2 at this time.

Alley No. 1: Elsie Gibson. Elsie,

Stilson. Bertie Stone. Peg Saur.

Alley No. 2: Ruth TortoricL

Reggie Schmidt, Lil Gunn, Del Pe

ters.
Alley No. 3: Betty Coleman. Su

san Boles. Marge Hicks, Murrel

Mitchusson.
Alley No. 4: Lit Buxoto. Eva

Blaney, jeannette

Bob Malinoskl started the game

for the Kobbe team and pitched a

full six innings. Doug Norton

came in to relive Malinoski in the

seventh but the damage had alrea

dy been done. Malinoskl's record

is now 2-2.

Mike Rivera walked with no one

in the too of the first for Amador.

Rivera, one of the leagueleaders in
stolen bases, then got the jump on

Kobbe pitcher Malinoski and stole
second. After Darnell Sanford
struck out Rivera stole third and
scored on catcher Don Geib's bad

throw to third base. Lee Straube

reached first base on an error and
also tstole second and third base.
With Straube on third pitcher Jack

Kaps walked and stole second.

Straube and Kaps then scored

on a tnrowine error oy caicner

Don Geib, and a wild pitch by Ma
linoskl.

In the fifth inning Bo Stewart

walked for Amador, stole second

and came in on Ernie Lenno's er

ror I centerfleld. Lennon dropped

a fly ball hit by Darnell Sanford.
In the top of the sixth Frank

The Bushmasters suprised
Cavaliers in a thriller.

At the completion of the regular

nine innings of play the score was

Knouea at eight r uns apiece. Third

ouseman itoianao Perez drew

walk to lead off the Bushmaster
attack in the too of the tenth Aft.

against twojer leftfielder Jim Stallworth went

laown on strikes, catcher Larrv

r. . "

Moore sent Perez to second with

single to center.

Then relief pitcher Harry Boaz
slammed a grounder to Cavalier
first baseman Pat Delaney who
made a wold throw permitting Pe-

rei 10 score ana Moore to reach

uuru. Doaz Drone ior second on

tne next pitch and when the Clay,
ton catcher made the throw to sec

ond, Moore streaked home with

tne Bushmasters second run of

tne inning.
In the bottom of the tenth nitrh-

er Boaz got the first two men out
and then issued a walk to short shortstop
stop shortstop Jack Christian. Manning Wea Weaver
ver Weaver then popped-up to the third

oaseman to end the game.
PAAF League Standln? as of

Feb. 14:

O.Stinson. Polly

Lorkhart

31 5 0 18 41 Alley No. 5: Jean Hume Thelma

Camby, Betty Brown.
Alley No. 6: Pauline Ray, Marge

Rod g ers, Thelma Lowtndc

Fort Clayton

Fort Amador
Albrook AFB
Fort Kobbe
Army Atlantic . .

Won Lost GB
..12 3
.. 9 7 3

..7 8 3

9 8
11 8

El Panama's invitational' tennis
tournament got under way yester yesterday
day yesterday afternoon under a warm sun
with Jack ; Beach defeating Roy
Glickenhaus in straight sets, 6-3
and 9-7, in the first game of the
tournament. 1
The second match of the 'da v

brought together Hans Omenitsch

and Chaplain Lewis. Omenitsch
who has been suffering from a bad
cold, he started strong, taking the
first set 6-4. However, the combi combination
nation combination of the cold and the brilliant

playing of .Chaplain Lewis, 5 over

came mm ana ne. lost tne second
and third sets in straight games
-U, 6-0. v v, : ,.,.t..;
Juan Ruiz, the Peruvian who is
in training, at Albrook, won over
Barrera in straight sets 6-1 and

6-1. The match was somewhat clos

er than the results would indicate.

however. Ruiz was in chare nf

the situation at all times. Ruiz is

expected to give everyone he
meets a lot of trouble- and the Iod

players are watching him close! v'

to aeciae on,ne tactics they will

use u uiey nave to play against

mm.

a. Kojas. won by default over

Lee Ringer, Myron Fisher won 0

ver Ramirez in straight-sets 6-1

and 6-4. Fisher tired at the end
but his early lead helped him to
win. : :,y
Alfredo Wer of Guatemala took

the measure of W. Groener and in
two fast sets by scores of 6-0 and

6- 1. A. Loney Outlasted J. Pimila
in a long bard match and won 1-6,
7- 5,6-0.
. Matches scheduled for tonight
will be run off in the following br-der:

.Sexton vs Loney; Geof Lee plays

the winner of the Guardia and Ger-

cich match: J. Roias vs Fisher:

the winner of the Lambert and

Nelson match vs winner of Melfi
and Perry match; winner of Gra-

nam and wachtel match plays

Beach; wer plays winner of Li

towsky and Omphroy match; Ruiz

plays winner of Henriquez and Cn

gel match : Lewis plays Winner of

Nesbit and Hele matcn; winner

of Rojas vs Fisher match plays

winner of bexton vs Loney matcn;

Hearne vs Stroop; the winner of

Geof Lee' and Gercich match plays
A. Roias. The men's doubles will

get underway to close the evening
Four matches will be played.

Pairincs are as follows:

Hele and Hearne vs Bye; Engle

and Glickenhaus vs bye; wer and
Omenitsch vs bye; Lambert and

Plambeck vs bye; Gercich and

Henriquez vs Watchel and Gesink;

Ruiz and Lee vs bye; Omphioy

and.Melfi vs bye: Guardia and

Strooo vs Pinate and Ramirez;

Perry and Lewis vs Dye; newman
and Pincus; Fisher and Pnilla vs

r,ye; Ferry and Lewis vs Bye;

Newman and Obarno vs bye: Cun

ningham and Dehlinger vs bye;

Roias and Roias vs bye.

The four matches sbceduled for
tonight are Guardia and Stroop
vs Pinate and Ramirez; Gercich

and Henriquez vs Waichel and Go Go-Rink
Rink Go-Rink Graham and Nelson vs Nes

bit and Pincus; Ringer and Not

tingham vs Greene and ihome.
If the unusual weather encoun

tered last night persits, tonight's!

doubles matches wui ue piayea

oirlv Saturday afternoon.

.; Other results of yesterday's
matchesl: ' r ; v
Gercich over Guardia 3-, 6-3,

Stroop over Pinate,' by default
. HAnrinuez over Ensel 6-3. C-l

. Lambert over Nelson, by default

Parrv overMelfi -3. 6-3

Omphroy over Litowsky f-0, 6-0

Graham over -waicnei 0-0, 0-1

mm

Teams
Cuba.'

Puerto Rico

ranama
Venezuela.

NINTH CARIBBEAN SERIES

.C PR P,

1

0
x
1
2

2
1
x
0

V
2
0
1
x

WmL' Pct- GB

4
2
2
r

1
3
3
3

.800' :
400 V.2
.400 2
.400 T2

Totals

1 a 3 3 3 10 10

TONIGHT'S GAMES
First Game: Panama vs.. Venezuela.
Second Game: Puerto Rico vs. Cuba
LAST NIGHT'S RESULTS
First Game: Panama 5, Venezuela 0.
Second Game; Cuba 5, Venezuela 4.

II JO.. I

1. 1. nwuvuwn yi.

r

Cage

Scores

Only

Feb. 17th
shift, 4 pjn.

Sinfiat

Jl 1 n 21

Pa II4M. K

Powells Y O22J40OX-10 12

Alley No. 1: Eleanor Brown,
Florence Tobin, Ethel Gloas.
Alley No. 2: Sue Dragoo Fran-

f ces Gilbert, Helen Light.
0' Alley No. 3: Kate Hardin. Ma Ma-0
0 Ma-0 rilya Moorman, Kathryn Manllo.
-! Alley No. 4: Bertie Stone. Pag
9 j Saur, Jeanne Supere.
Alley No. I: Rita Setz, J 1 1 a
. Gk"oycf to, Elsie Stilsoa.
- APev No. : G'a'tys Pescod, Ann
tMcNiuty, Elsi Gibsom. .. j

Stricken Wife

Does Not Stop -Hoop
Player
LEXINGTON. Ky. fUP Kd

Beck, first string center for the

University of Kentucky, has con-l

unuea to piay basketball despue

the knowledge his wife is stricken
with aa incurable disease.

The university, to an announce-

T""1' V m VPI Washingto.

duuc 4uun nij, is cniicaur m nn.-v. vurt m

fun, eaer00- G" bwPlUi Clemen n ScTxth Carolina Tl
lung cancer. j Mirfwwt :
Beck, a Methodist "tnmlslcr, vis-,Ppf N0a! 77 7
ited her before the recent Missis- Elmhorst 55 Chicago U. 47
inni mmmm at UcmnhU mnA Dayton 75 Loyola (La.) 63

Jnuied the team to play gainstiansaiiC OUahomaj AM 52

ausstssippi state Sionday wgnL ow"uk i
Coach Adolph Rupp said Mrs.lTCU C2 Texas A4M 59

eeca urged the l-foot-T. 20-year- smu 79 Texas 56

old junior "to return to school and

get a good education. .she told

East 1
LaSalle S3 Temple 61
Yale 91 Holy Cross 82

Rhode Island 73 Providence 70

CCNY 70 St Francis (NY I 67
Duquesne 61 Carnegie Tech J5
SUos. (Pa) 75 St Johns. (NY) a

South
Maryland SS Virginia 64
N. Carolina St. 79 Duke 73

W. Virginia 93 Geo. Washinetr.n 82

ft Leo M

Ark. Tchrs 100 Ark. AM 71

Baylor 95 Rice 70

him there is Bathing he can do." Arkansas 5a Tulsa 4

Passer Van BrocWin
Is Leading Punter
In Football League
PHILADELPHIA (UP) Norm

Van Brocklin, who is known main mainly
ly mainly for bis passing feats in the Na

tional Football League, won the
1956- punting championship and at
the same time booted Los Ange
les to the team championship, offi official
cial official league figures showed today.
Van Brocklin averaged 43.1

yards as he won the league title
for the second straight year. The
Oregon alumnus punted 48 times.
It. was two years in a row in
the runner-up spot for, Dick De De-scbaine
scbaine De-scbaine of Green Bay, who aver averaged
aged averaged 42.7 yards in 62 kicks. .
Sam Baker of Washington was
third with a 42.5 average, Don

Chandler of New York fourth with

41.9 and Adrian Burk of Philadel-'

Dhia fifth with 41 J yards.

Burk Was the busiest kicker with

68 punts. The longest of the year

was a ra-varaer Dy van croc nun

Fred Morrison of Cleveland,
Yale Lary of Detroit, Fred Glati

of Pitubureh. Ed Brown of the

Chicaeo Bears and Louis Baidae

ci of Pittsburgh completed the top

lfl In that order..

Green Bay was second to Los
Angeles in the team panting aver averages,
ages, averages, with Washington, third. .-.
. .-. S i
WILLINO TO TRADf
NEW YORK (NBA) Gene Lit Littler
tler Littler sank aa 18-foot putt to win the

1953 National Amateur golf cham

pionship. In 1954, no sussed an
eight-foot putt to Ua for too Unit United
ed United States Open.
OLDTIMERS BETTER?'
NETT TORX TXEA) Of the ;

all-time top 10 borne run hitters

or toe Brooklyn Dodgers, su are

present-day flayers,. .

GORGEOUS George Brunet, a
left-handed pitcher who bat3

way to a rour-hit, 5-to-0 shutout
way to a four-hit, 5-tO0 shutout
over Puerto Rico last night for

Panama's second win in the

ninth Caribbean Series, t

The victory cave the nerehnial

uinaereuas of tne series a fight

lng chance to be runnersun to

Cuba, which clinched the title

in the nightcap by defeating
Venezuela 5 to 4, in a dramatic,
come-from-behlnd three run

rally In the ninth inning.

PanamaPuerto Rico und Ven Venezuela
ezuela Venezuela are now tied for second

place with two wins and three

losses each. If Panama; beats

Venezuela tonight and Cuba

scores over Puerto Rico, Pana

ma would finish second all by

nerseii.

BRUNET WAS the whole show

in Panama's victory last night.
The Kansas City hurler, who
won't celebrate his 21st birth birthday
day birthday until June, broke no a tight

nothing-nothing duel with Puer

to Rico starter Bob Smith in the
sixth inning by smashing a lead lead-off
off lead-off homerun over the left field

fence to give Panama a l-to-0

lead. v- ,-
The youthful pitcher then
took care of matters' so effec effectively
tively effectively that he never needed the
four Insurance runs his mates
provided him with later.
Only one baserunner got as
far as third base off Georgp, and
the same runner "was the only
man who reached second. The
fortunate fellow Is catcher
Humberto Marti, who was safe

on shortstop Hector Lopea' error

in tne eigntn, got to second on;
a base on balls to plnchhitter-

pitcher Florentino Rivera and

ended up on third when third
basemai Herb Plews hit into a
doubleplay.,

Brunet, who showed streaks

of wildness (luring the Pro
League season, was almost per

rect with his control. Apart from
Rivera, the only free pasa he is

sued was to Flews in the sixth
inning.
Hits off the left hander came
one each, in the second, third,
fourth and fifth Innings. Two
of .his eight strikeouts were in
the ninth inning when the side
went down one-two-three:
In whitewashing the Puerto
Ricans, Brunet handed them
their first shutout loss in the
history of the series. No Puerto
Rico team had ever been blank
ed before.

PANAMA scored her second

run on Al Pinkstori's Texas
League double to right, and a
single by Marcos Cobos. in the

seventh. v. ..--:,,...,,. '.,

In the eighth, consecutive sin

gles by Harold Gordon. Alonso

Brathwaite, Lopez and Clyde
Parris and a forceout, provided
three more tallies. Cobos had

his second single In that frame
which did figure In the scoring.

pmKston, wno had been guilty
of sloppy fielding, and faulty
baserunnine In the first arame

against Cuba, redeemed himself

last night by making some good
defensive plays and hustling
like a demon around the sacks.

CENTERFIELDER John Glenn

who made an error in Tuesday...

night's game with Cuba which
caused a run to. score, was

benched last night and renlaced

with the versatile Bob Trice.

It has been reported that

manager Leon Kellman fined
the players who were accused of
staying un late and indulemv in

dissipation since their arrival
In Cuba last Friday.' A strict fcur

lew has been imposed,,

word has reached here that

Winston Brown, who defeated'
Venezuela by a 2-to-l score.'
Monday night, has received of offers
fers offers to sign with Austin. Class.
AA Texas League; and Merlda,.
Class AA Mexican League.
Brown, who sat out last summer ;
at his home in Almirante, Boca
del.Torp, is a free agent

Forte Dump

s 45 Points To Pass

Chamberlains In College Scoring

By JOHN GRIFFIN

NEW YORK. Feb. 14 (UP) A

record-busting 45-point spree cata

pulted Cbet (The Jet) Forte; the

"cnampion of the little man.'

back into .the national basketball

scoring lead today ahead of sev

en-loot win (The suit) chamber

lam,-1 '.'' '.

Fiva-hlno Forte of Columbia
aoodad 0 whoppinfl 41 point in
leaf rdahfstussle with Pennsyl Pennsyl-vanta
vanta Pennsyl-vanta and ho did it with rhrao
free throws to spare in 93-75
triumph, smashing three scoring
recor and tying the lyy Naguo
single-game -record.

With 513 points in 17 games, the

little lion now boasts an -average

of 30 2 points against 29.94 for

Chamberlain of 'Kansas and 29.90

for six-five Grady Wallace of South

Carolina. , v

Columbia coach Lou RosslnL who

said in early season, "we play
first to win, but the team will hlep
Forte out in scoring later on when

ever' possible, made good in at
promise by keeping Forte in the

game all the way while receiving

the other starters. Forte's 45 points
set a new record for a Columbia
Player (topping his own 44), for

the Columbia Gym (topping his

ow .42), and for a play aH

eainst Prnnsyly ania (beating the

37. by Joe Belmos of Duke in

1955). It equalled the Ivy League

record of 45 set by Ernie Beck of

renn in issz.
Forte's feat helped keep alive
Columbia's hopes of an N.CA-A.
tourney berth through overtaking
Yale in the Ivy League or through
a member-at-large berth.
The "DavM vs two Goliatho
scaring battta onco again over,
shadowed onothor of North Car
olina'a cloao orvahos with eUaas
tor. The nation's No. I team and
onty major onboaton aowad mn mn-agod
agod mn-agod to pvth its rocord to 20-8
but 'only by On eyoleth In a 73 73-49
49 73-49 wia at homo over Wake For-

It was the fourth tr alght

squeaker" ior tne Tar Heels and

the fourth straight game In which
chunky Tommy Kearns saved the
bacon. Wake Forest, ranked 14th;
nationally, had rallied from an 11 11-point
point 11-point deficit to trail by only 68-61
with 64 seconds left when the five five-11
11 five-11 "Tar Heel" Junior from Bergen Bergen-field
field Bergen-field N.J took charge. His two
free throws with 45 seconds left
boosted the edge to 70-67. After
Carolina added a free throw and
Wake Forest a basket, Kearns
dribbled for 13 seconds before be being
ing being fouled and added the -final
point with just one second to go.
Bradley, the nation's No. 5
team, sained o tie with Wichita
for first place in the three-cor-i
nered Missouri Valley race by
whlplpng St. Louis' sone defense, ?
74-70. Jack Mimlits of St. Loult
took scoring honors with 20
points, but hi team ch-oppod to
,o 74 mark whil Bradley moved
v with Wkhita.
In other leading games last
night: Seton Hall scored the big biggest
gest biggest upset, 102-87, over llth-ranked
Canisius as speedy Dick Gaines
hit for 34 points; eighth ranked
Louisville scored 40 points In the
first 12 minutes and cruised to a

99-79 win over. Marauetto desnit

Mike Moran's 29 points; Western
Kentucky downed Wichita, 82-76,

despite 28 points by the Shockers

Joe Stevens; John McCarthy's 20.
points helped Notre Dame rally
from an eight-point deficit to beat
Butler, 70-65,- and avenge an ear earlier
lier earlier 86-64 loss; Fordham nipped VW
llanova in. overtime, 69-68, as Jim
Cunningham scored 29; Dartmouth1

trounced Brown, 67-42; Penn State

shaded Buckneu, 59-56; Regis adz-

ed Army, 73-70; Furman nicked

Richmond in overtime, 99-97: Na

vy sank Franklin and Marshall,',

72-66; and Cincinnati beat local ri rival
val rival Xavier of Ohio, 69-57.

A sura schedule bright featurea i F

tourney -hopeful Utah in a key Sky..
lino conference game against Von.'
Una, 19th-ranked Dayton at homo 4

against Regis and a Madison 1
Square Garden twin bill with Niai I

gar a -St John's (N.Y.) and Man
haitaa-NYU. ,f
' ...

:'



THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 14, 1957

THS PA5AMA AMERICAN Alt INBEPENDEVT DAILT NEWSPAPER
PA9I NINI

Z " ' --

' . mm w -,

Joe Brown AlmsAi'Big Money In May Boat f

S. t ' VJJ PACIFIC LITTLE LEAGUE
SS V l i S Team Won Iwt Pet.

- f" Gibraltar Ufe 3 6
- IX, , i1-. : j Seymour Agency 0 9
' i 'WV'"'!- PoHce3 Elks-141 i 7

y ' 1
..--i.--,- f Sjj : I 1 J

DON'T HOLD TIGHT Jackie Jensen: Boston fled Sox out outfielder,
fielder, outfielder, plans to fpond the first two weeks of spring training
'with the San Francisco Seals. But he wants ittwnake sure,
th:Seals' trainer, Leo ,(Duc Hughes, doesn't hane onto, him ;
ior the whole Pacific Coast League season. The majors,
as Jackie can tell you, are a bit better. ; ,

JOE WILLIAMS

The Elks did It, that is Knock
off the league. leading; unde undefeated
feated undefeated Police1 team. Mullms(
hurlervfor" the Elks Lodgemen
opposed Jim Riley and both
pitchers were stingy wtih hits,

hut. miev'A teammates um uut

afford him air tight defense

and as, A result the Eiw scorea
seven, runs on only four htts.-:

ISTHMIAN LITTLE LEAGUE
"By G1LBERT0 THORNS
, Isthmian -Little' League. was

sppfi nlnntpH in six mlnris. We havn

4U0 1 played v" Midget" and J u n l o r -333
League Baseball on the Canal Zone
000 for several 'years, but chartered

Little League' and the' construction
of our own Little League Baseball
Park; all 'this' was a tiny seed
planted in: six0 minds his ,seed
wa fertihted and watered, by con constant
stant constant discussion and searching in inquiries
quiries inquiries and pleas. s5
Earnest efforts of, volunteer
workers built our Little League in
Pedro Miguel., Only the shortage
of much needed material pre-

.. When Casey Stengel, speaking at the BasebaU Writers' din din-rief
rief din-rief here, ticked oif tne number of pennants and World Series
Joe McCarthy managed teams won. there was awe in his man manner:.
ner:. manner:. ; What ether manager has ever done anything like thaw
he cried. Up to now .the record does stand unmatched. But wltn
each passing year Stengel gets closer to it. and if time and tne
Yankee front office continue to cooperate, he cant miss DreaK DreaK-ingit.
ingit. DreaK-ingit.
knowing "this, many of the guests we were to learn, couldn't
be sure whether Stengel was eulogizing McCarthy, who on y
hours before had been HaU-of-Fajned, or whether he was calU
ing abtention to his own beckoning credentials. McCarthy won
nine pennants and seven Series. Stengel's record is seven and six.
- .Ine simple mathematics of won and lost tables, however,
fare not an Infallible criterion. If they were, thertt could be no
disputing McCarthy's superiority among all managers, past and
present; On-the same reasoning, McCarthy must inevitably bow
to Stengel, if and when. w ...
: The glaring flaw in such a system (practice is a better
word is that the mathematics do not state the conditions un under
der under which success is achieved, Consider for example, the extreme
fluctuations in Connie Mack's managerial career. Nine times
he wort pennants with the old AAAs; 18 times he finished last
with thenv How will posterity rate him. .off his wins or his
lOSSeS?.''! 1 ;
We go' tick to the old Southern League with Stengel. He
was a good, player and is an able manager, but just as we
Tttmirt nAver rate him with a SDeaker or a Musial as a ball

player, neither would we compare him with a Mack, a McCarthy
or a John McGraw as a manager, and the thought that an another
other another generation of fans, having only ( the grave, unadorned
mathgmaUcs td guide them, will be lighting candles to his om

nipotence"; is a. shuddennK Juung to contemplate.
r : Rebuilt the Cubs

We would-be the Iasf to deny that Mccartny also owes
much of the mathematical splendor of his record to his asso association
ciation association with the Yanks;.. but let us not forget that the Buffalo
Irishman had firmly established himself as a manager of un unusual
usual unusual competence-befQie he joined them.
Previously McCarthy had taken an eight-place Chicago Cubs
.teanvand rebuilt it Into a pennant winner in four years. What
made this a uniquely remarkable operation was that it was
accomplished, largely with minor leasuers and major league re rejects
jects rejects of his own selection. Hack Wilson. Pat Malone Riggs
Stevenson, -Charley Root, the--ancjent Art Nehf, et al.
Although William Wrigley Jr.. the gum tycoon, was revolt revolt-Mgty
Mgty revolt-Mgty wealthy and fiscally adventurous. McCarthy moved ahead
with little. help from the club owners purse Rogers Hornsbv
attl25,OO0, "was a major buy, a deal we always felt McCarthy if
th decision had been left solely to him. would have vetoed.
..In his-third year,- 1928, McCarthy had the Cubs fighting
for the pennant, only to lose in a photo with the Cards and
Giants. Weak hitting, due in part to Injuries, cost them a mess
of onerun margin games, and possibly the championship.
Hornsby's .380 bat with 149 RBIs re versed, the close ones!
the following year,- and it was a breeze for the bush manaeer, i

who by then enjoyed Dig-league esteem throughout the circuit.
Whether he could have? done Ht without Hornsby must be left
to conjecture. We never heard him- say so, but we'll always be believe
lieve believe that was his thinking.
, ; V.JVV . .

cm thw other side of the ledg

er Mulhns allowed three runs on
three hits, and he had areat

fielding support. Burganer of
the Elks was the' leading hitter
fif the came wtlh' two hits put

of four times at the plate.

The big blow, of the contest
was. off the bat of Prieste? who

stepped up in the last inning
and connected for a four base
hit. Priester leads th eleague Ui
that department.

The box score:
Police
Riley Jeff ss
Smith lb
Riley J. p ........
potter c
Corrigan c .......
Alves cf
Ashton x
Darden 2b
prlester xx
Catron '3b
Dempsev xxx
Weade If i
Sebastian xxxx ...
Evans rf
X, XX. xxx,. xxxx,

in the 6th.
Elks 1414

Al) R
. 2 0

..'.I P

pinchhitted

Burganer If ..
Betsak cf .
Stoudnor 2b
Quiros ss ;..
Miillins. t
Burton 3b .,.

Gangle rf ,vi 2
McGrath rf .i. 1
Berger lb
Lincoln c

1
1
1
0
-
.0.
0
1
2

vents the flower of the Little
League" plant from blooming into
fruit,., ft't r, ;' if
HoweVer'.- ou tan tst assured

that evety 5 possible effort is being
made to. secure these, .materials'.

One Isthmian tittle, League, raises
its Voice" to. shout, ;;'Play; ball;'
not latef-than two weeks from to to-Har.7sthmln
Har.7sthmln to-Har.7sthmln Little Leacue will

continue to shout, "Play Ball," on

through March and April. J
One hundred Little Leaguers will
Ann Uniforms' at PedrO; Miguel this

season. These youngsters from the

Canal Zone communities o L.a po po-ca,
ca, po-ca, Paraiso and Gamboa (Santa
Cruz) are, guaranteed "to produce
exciting contests and close compe competition."
tition." competition." Zr "' '" i'
Uniforms for the Little Leaguers
are being purchased by L. R. Som Som-mer,
mer, Som-mer, Norge, Tropelco, Mutual of

1! Omaha Life Insurance, New ana
0,TivolIvMOtors. In the event there

is a delay in the delivery oi uni uniforms,
forms, uniforms, T-sweaters and dungaree
pants will he adopted as tempora-

o;ry uniforms. From here on in we
1 depend entirely on f ans and pai -0
ents to make this activity a crown

ing success.
The leaders of Isthmian Little
League are Claude A. Smith, pres president;
ident; president; Arnold Dorville, vice-president;
Dudley Farrel, treasurer:
Hamilton Lavalas, secretary; Ru Rudolph
dolph Rudolph Prince, and Joseph N.
French, screening committee.
The list of volunteer workers Is
just a imposing, as this list of
leaders, 'this Ust will be published
soon. Look for it folks, the names
will surprise you!
Many of these workers have no
i,nHrnn and many have children

who are nor eligible -for play, yet
all pitched in to elpv Mothers,
you too can help once the season
i started: but are you willing?

Later, we'll see.

Kenny Lane Will Ce
135-Pound Champ's
Next FoeFortiile

Fastlieh
League

STANDINGS
Ton me Won Lost Pel

jviiAwi atuAii, ten. u (ur palomas .. .. .-. .. 4 Z
Jubilant Joe -Brown; -fresh from a cohej is .'. .'. 4 3
1K0 victory in his iirst .defensej ocelots r . 4 3
Uf the lightweight crown, aimed at!Purnaa .' k 3 4.
some "fast, big money" today in pni-ipna s s

. ..' '- .!. ., ';' :. .

c A XT r t ikT 0 j lte. hit m .li in. : i m nnmn

" jinnlnBi i.Au,viiig .a tnpie to

Won Lost Pct.'oiOCK anu a saigle wmiu pass-

Cervecei'ia Nac. :
Lou Glud Agency

20 uh iniantry

7

6671'pasco Batteries ... 3
5'0 Blatz Brewers 1

' bout

with southpaw

Macaws . . 2

.429
.403
.400

a May title
Renpy Lane

Brown reetived $15,924 'fur
stopping ax-champ Wellsc (Bud)
Smith in .th 11th round of thir
return titlo fighf lash night ba ba-foto
foto ba-foto sellout crowd of 4,129 at
the 'Miami Beech Auditorium, ;
It was the first purse .tot lanky
Joe of New Orleans since he won

the 135pound crown from ;Smith
of Fast Orange, N.J., last .. Aug.
24.' And, although it was the,, larg

est oi jus .career, ne saia, .inar.j j ,m, .wt,iv

neanuts .fcomnarea to what I'll! q w au "-u v....,

2 .818 inc two.

3 700 vvuii i"an Liquido battels fac-
4 Ing tic plate eleven tiiiiea kur kur-a
a kur-a .333 ma u.e i.ourth han, a iiai i-f

10 .091 dgnt runs scored on rour mti'.'.

, i onoiastop Bob Cariin of vue-
Pan Liquido J7, Blatz: Brewers 0 winners was the nUter Oi fre';;
i, r fiHV1' urith r.ni'ff Eins'irs in thr. n

Adding an extra one-game Oiiiwai wips. 1
lead. over Lou Glud Staia, Cer-i
veceria Nac. Pan Liquido slaugh-' The box score:

tered the-cellar-dwelling Blatz Blatz brewers

make--now that. Smith is "". livi of

the way aDd,myrright hand is; m

good shape. y i' ;

Truman Gibson, executive secre secretary
tary secretary .of the International Boxing
Club, said, "since Brown wants to
makfe money in a quick, fight, his
logical opponent, is Kenny Lanie
a good puncher who can really
test the. champion's chin."

Gibson sajd he hoped the 'match
cogld be made, for .May at a site
to be determined later,,pn.vsihly

outdoors. at Miami,. where Lane
has fought, often and where co co-manager.
manager. co-manager. Jack Kearns lives."

u . i f).'
. Lene, with 11 tright victories
under hit belt i ranked second
among world contenders, just be-'
loW Duilio Loi of Italy. Kenny, of

Muskegon, Mich., Is only 24.

One Cat Was, A K'tten
Tn the first full Sevsa-lnhlns

nnmo nlAerl &a fn.r t.llio RedSOH. i DM,r.i. tntA n isAVifri th w.&r. T nno.

the Furnas beat the Ocelots by a fecti three-hit pUchlng of Mc-'Hi,iner .,
6 to 1 score, Wednesday rc "hejair Lane Tuesday. 4 Martinez
Fastlfch diamond: to tisntenij This one-sided battinq: fea-lGanpey ..
things up even more If that. 'sture, exhibited a total of twelve 1 Mackenzie

possible, as at this po n, noj j0(. tne league's leaders ln-;aonaues . .. .. .. ..

teamv can be counted out, eluding a two-run homer by ; Keith

v fumas pitcnen,: ciiwaj.,iu. a.; Jprinnv pacirort in tne rourtn,
went the .route riving un.onlv From the control pl'hlng of
one tun on six hits. Ammimi,Lane and' excellent fieldine by

the Ocelots huner, a'so wwii i"C.pan Liquido's infielders, only

one Blatz player had the feeling

The "Pumas Utmbed out to an
early two-run lead in the, first
which they never lost,, as Hat Hat-t'n
t'n Hat-t'n walked, Bf-rley slnff'ed,
Bateman walked. Hattint scored
when Perl sn"led and Ba Hey
ennroti wrhpn SchwarzFOCk 1 SiU-:

'ed; Arothr run crosea me, the last, off of piteber

mate In the mtn on a sin-rie d.v
PpHpv a w". an prrir prH p
folder's choice. They added
three rroro insurance runs in
the seventh 'on a do"blc oy
BaTeman, two errors and three
walks. j
The oce'ots' lone run rov m
the second on singles bv Kngel Kngel-Ve
Ve Kngel-Ve Foyettp nnrt Dombrnwslfi "s
it looked l"' thfv hd ht-OIv
starred hut Sr-hwPrCTOfk "Ot two
of tbe three on ts p fl" to
rpnt"- prd srirt,. the tbirc o"t
opstr)ir! pi thre m"n '-p.

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of second base, First-baseman
Pescod of the' winners showed

outstpndinfr performances on Taht ..
handlinpr many wild throws and Padron
was credited with eleven put-; Lane .,

outs. ipeecod

Cerveceria Nac. was able to

score- runs in every inning' b"t

"Red"

Keith, the loser for the ninth
time this season. Newcomer.

KIpr madp his debut as the!

Brewers startim pltchei' but! Totals

gave waw to Keith after hinllni'
one pitch v;hich chief nmnire, Umpires: Marv Metheny,

Marv Metheny called illegal. Cheney and Al Husted. Scorer!
Jim Hunter shared part of the Henry Clark.

Soyster
Cariin
Kosik .,
Stock .,
Mikez

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2 X
3 2Ti
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Cahmnion Jrown. 30. registered 0",'"t' rH srpnoeo

1,1. otMh ctrnirrlit win last-nHht For the virna r'""1"'' lofl.

when Dr. Alexander Rbbbins exalwt.'b on" 'o fn"owed

:J 'Cm ik in h e nnnipr a Tjot.t.m"- n un i'1" Tnr

wa vpd his hands to' sisnifv Ilia

the bout; was stopped. Smith was

bleeding from a cut lnsiae nis
mouth, and he claimed he had
been unable to see prdperly from
his left eye after a blow in the

fourth round.

Lucky Strike Edges BHS 2 to 1

To Grab PTL First-Half Title

PACIFIC TWILIGHT LEAGUE
FINAL FIRST HALF
STANDINGS ..."

Team. Won Lost

Lucky Strike 5 :

Balboa Hign Jscnooi . 11
American Legion 3

junior College 2 4

v. 7

How, Can They Lose?

McCarthy might still be-managing the' Yanks If he had
been able to adjust tb the volcanic direction of Col. Li 8. Mac Mac-Genius,
Genius, Mac-Genius, who headed the post-Ruppert era in the Stadium And
Is there any sensible reason to believe he wouldn't still be win winning?
ning? winning? V-V '':., 11 V-
Since Gecrge Weiss, the GM, assumed direct charge of play player
er player productivity, (in McCarthy's time1 Weiss was subordinate to
the late Ed Barrow), volume has been increased, with no de defection
fection defection in caliber. If anything there has been Improvement
The Yanks have won seven of the last eight championships, and
'there is every Indication they will continue to Overshadow he
real of a complacent and- dispirited league for years to come.
And. of course, the more pennants they win. the higher the
manager must grow in mathematical stature. The situation has
reached a point where it actually is more a challenge to' Jose
than to win.
We feel it is possible, altogether possible, to ignore McCar McCarthy's
thy's McCarthy's Yankee contributions. Impressive as they were and still
get an accurate appraisal of him merely off niS starting Job in
Chicago and finishing-Job in Boston. A close, practiced study
of how he handled the Cubs and later the Red Sox. should
convince the most exacting critic that be had a phenomenal
talent for getting the most out of the least.

Wlown

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How on SALE al

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.. i Tivoli Crossinjj .' i.

Bodega Ancon
Tivoli Ay. corner.
. of MJ" Street ;

Phones 2-1791 2-1792

Last Night's Result
First Half Playoff v
Lucky Strike 2, Balboa IHfh 1

, '. Tonigm s ini
Lucky Strike vs Balboa JI's1
Lucky Strike cam up wltb
two rung in the bottom of the
sixth to edge the, Balboa High
Schoolboys 2 to 1 and win the
one-game playoff- of the first
place tie,- last night t Balboa
Stadium."'' '.J.:,!
Bert Joyce and Wayne Wall
hooked up la a brilliant pitch pitchers
ers pitchers duel in one of the best and
fastest games ever played in the
Twiloop. The two teams V!
the game to one hour Ana .15
minutes.
Joyce hela the High School
to one bit ever the first four
frames with Wlnklosky lining
a basehit eff Hhna' rlove
In tne toe of the second In Inning
ning Inning as the leadoff batter.
Winklesky was erased at sec second
ond second bace on an attempted rteU
wth HalmaB taklnr P'k
Johnson's rfeet per for the
tag. UntU Wnklky led eff
in the fifth. Joyce fcd faced
! tlwa Kattera.

High School scored their run

in th firth with Danny wm-

klosky openine with a double for
ht cond basehit and the only

basehlta that Joyce rae P Ter
the seven-innlni tame
Kirkland flied to cordoves in
center with Wlnklosky holding
at second. Durfee grounded out
to HalsaU at first base and Wln Wlnklosky
klosky Wlnklosky advanced to third on the
out With Morn at bat Joyce let
loose a wild pitch allowing Wln Wlnklosky
klosky Wlnklosky to score from third. Mor
went down on strikes to end the
inning. .t
LuckT Strike scored theirruns
in the bottom of the sixth when
riarUd reached firrt safely is
hnrfM ronM not bold? Wlnklos-

kr'a hurried low throw of thet

rounder. Halsall fTled mt to
Trimble near the stand on a
hih fhr for th first out. Pick
Johnson earn through with a
1nle thronih the box t cen cen-terfleld
terfleld cen-terfleld adrancing Cariin to
seenrid base.-

Cerdevet fied eet t Ryter
in rifht for the seeese eat and
both iPBtfia be4 heir ai ai-.
. ai-. Carl Twttte Hnee a low low-Ms
Ms low-Ms Dfrfe's bead 4ewn
thr tgbt fV"4- v1e
CHn and Johnson palled we
at third With the breakhir

got by Trimble with Joyce at bat
and Jonnson scored Horn tnird
witn the second Lucky Strike
run. Joyce went aown swinging
tor the tnird out to end the In Inning,
ning, Inning, i
in the top of the seventh Ry Ry-ter
ter Ry-ter was out short to first lor Uie
iirst out and. Sut h e r i a a d
grounded out a moment later
second to Iirst for tne second
out. Wlnklosky held tns nopes
of the Higa school as he came
to bat but Joyce sent Danny
down swinging for the final out
of the inning to give the Lucky
Strikers, the iirst naif flag.
Joyce, in racking up his sec second
ond second win in two decisions, faced
only 22 High School batters over
the seven-inning route, chalked
up six strikeouts and did not is issue
sue issue a single base on bans.
Wail in his first Twiloop- ap

pearance for High School, pltcn pltcn-ed
ed pltcn-ed a strong game giving up only

fou rhlts, walking three and

fanning five batters and leaving

seven Lucky strikers stranded
on the bases. It was a tough loss
for the husky righthander wno
pitched the High School to the
Interscholastic title this year.
Tonight the same two teams
open the second half with Lem
Klrkland a likely starter on the
.mound for High School and

Charier' Hinz going to the

mound for Lucky Strike
The box score:
Balboa High Ab R

I5lli'll4
! '?'': 'ip-'"it ':'-iiJsi

Tor

iTron1v.'p "verr r-imw-m.
'owd by J.' Morris with on? for
four.

. The bod score:
Pumas Ab R
Kiamco cf, 4 0

Hatting If 3
Barley ss 5
Bateman rf 2

Pearl c
Schwarziock p
Cunningham 2b

13 Aiarquaru -to -...

Scott lb

Ocelots

Enselke "2b

Anderson x
French as
Price JK . .,
Morris. J. c . ..." .

Reynolds cf 3
Ammiratl p 3

Womble If 3
Poyett lb 3
Morris, R. 3b 2
Dombrowski rf 3

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WEST COAST OF SOUTH AMERICA TO NEW YORK
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xAnrlerson filed out for Engel-1
ke in 7th. -.
xPrlce struck out for French
In 7th. I
SUMMARY two bsp hits-'
Bateman, Reynolds, strike outs- j
bv Pchwnrprock 10. Amnilrati 6.'
Walks off Pchwarzrock: 2. Am-J
mlrat'. 9. EPnied rims: pumas

5. Ocelots 1. Umpires: Mohl and
Rivera.

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BALBOA:

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1507 2159

557

REIDAR FLIGHT Reidar
tTnevaalseter' soems to have
(found an opening in the trees
I for hi flight during ski jump jump-Ur.g
Ur.g jump-Ur.g contest at Snoqualmie
Pass. IVash.

TODAY at 4 p.m. see the matches-

3rd Annual EI Panama INVITATIONAL TENNIS TOURNAMENT! L

Men and Women's' Singles Men's Doubles A Mixed Doubles
Entrance: 50c. grandstand $1 boxes.

Refreshments, hamburgers, hot dogs, available at moderate price
Alf events tickets on" sale now' at Cabana Club office for
the 2nd Annual El Panama Int'l Tenrus Championship
next Mon., Feb. 18th thru Sun. 24 r

A Kirketay Hotel

French, cf 3

Ryter. rf

Sutherland, 2b
Wlnklosky, ss
Klrkland, If ..
Durfee, lb ..
More. 3b
Trimble, c ...

wan, p

H Po
O 0

i 12 j; 2

Lncky Str ke

Lombana, 2b

Halman ss.

riynn. 3&

Cariin, rf

Halsall. lb
D. Johnson, c ....

Cordovea, cf .....

Tattle, If
Joyce, p

3 0

1 ,5

4 3

1.1

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23 3 4 21 4
f ce Bv Inninr

Balboa W-H 000 nio 012 '. 1
Lucky Strike boo 002 x 2 4 0

SUMMARY Wlnnire nttch-

er: Joyce (2-fl. Losing pitcher:
(Wall 10-n. StrtJck out bv Jrjvee
1. WaU 5. Bases on balls- WsO X
Left on base: lucky Ptrik. T
Balboa High ft. Wild pitch- wsn,
iJoyce. Passed ball Trimble 2.
Itwo bM biU: Wlnklonk. and
iTuttle. Hit bv p'tcb: renin by

walL nmrjires: p corrigan and
W. WlUlams Scorer: Mead.

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FOR RENT: Furnished room to
American gentlemen or lady. Es Es-tudianta
tudianta Es-tudianta Street 14-29. Apt. 3.
Resorts
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Reserve NOW. Inexpensive sat sat-Isfyino
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Beach. Shrapnel's furnished
PHILLIPS Oceanside Cottages,
Santa Clara. Bex 335 Diablo Hts.
hone Panama 3-1 877, Cristobal
3-1673
FOSTER'S COTTAGES and large
beach house. One mile past Ca Casino.
sino. Casino. Phone Balboa 1866.
Baldwin's furnished apart apartments
ments apartments at Santa Clara Beach,
Telephone Smith, Balboa 3681.
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'55 FORD-Country
Sedan
$1900.00
'49
PLYMOUTH
Convertible
$ 395.00
CHEVROLET
2 Doors
$1250.00
'53
'54
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2 Doors
8 1350.00
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2 Doors
$1130.00
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ATTENTION. Q. I.I Just built
modern furnished apartments, I,
2 bedrooms, hot, eold weter.
Phone Panama 3-4941.
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. Phone 3-0281.
FOR RENT: One-bedroom fur furnished
nished furnished apartment, gorage. Auto Automobile
mobile Automobile Row No, 45. Call from 6
p.m. 3-4382. .
FOR RENT: 1 and 2-bedroonn
apartments, unfurnished, sea
view. 52nd Street No. 1-22
(formerly Uruguay Street)
FOR RENT: Apartments near
El Panama, furnished or' unfur unfurnished,
nished, unfurnished, hot water. Call 3-5692.
FOR RENT.' Four-bedroom fur furnished
nished furnished apartment, desirable resi residential
dential residential neighborhood Bella Vista.
Large yard for children. Month Monthly
ly Monthly rental $225. Apply Wolff and
Company, Phone 3-6969,, 31st
Street, Exposition.
FOR RENT: Modern two-bedroom
apartment with two bath bathrooms,
rooms, bathrooms, maid's room with bath,
living-dining room. Campo Ale Ale-gre.
gre. Ale-gre. Phone 3-7192, hours 6-8.
FOR RENT: Large apartment:
living room, porch, 2 bedrooms,
large kitchen, maid's room, 2
bathrooms, garage. Call Panama
3-3338.
FOR RENT: 2 -bedroom apart apartment,
ment, apartment, porch, hall, dining-sitting
room, kitchen, maid's room with
independent service, $110. 46th
Street No. 8. Phone 3-0351.
FOR RENT: Nice furnished
apartment in Bella Vista: 2 bed bedrooms,
rooms, bedrooms, living-dining room, kitch kitchen,
en, kitchen, bath, balconies, top floor.
Phone 3-1648 after 6 p.m.
Houses
FOR RENT: 5-bedroom house,
No. 19 East 48th Street. Also
furniture for sale. Phena 3-3461
FOR RENT: Furnished chalet,
"Urbanixacion Obarrio." For in information
formation information phone 3-3469 from 8
a.m. to 1 2 noon.
FOR RENT: Furnished or un unfurnished
furnished unfurnished chalet, 7th Street No.
26, Golf Heights. Phone 3-5403.
FOR RENT: Completely fur furnished
nished furnished three bedroom modern
house. All conveniences. 168
Via Belisario Porras.
FOR RENT: Modern chalet,
just built, comfortable: 3 bed bedrooms,
rooms, bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, living room,
dining room, porch, kitchen,
maid's room with bath, 2-t.ir
garage. Family without children.
Must be seen to appreciate. 7th
Street. Golf Heights. Phone 3 3-6098.
6098. 3-6098. 3-1245.
FOR RENT: He use: living
room, dining room, terrace, 3
bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, maid's
room with bath, double garage.
Completely furnished. Phone 3 3-1013
1013 3-1013 from 7 p.m. on. .
Increased Syphilis
Blamed In Pari On
Penicillin Efficacy
I1 NEW VORK, (UP)-For the first
' time in eight years- the U.S. Pub Public
lic Public Health Service reports an in-
I crease in the total cases of syphil syphil-'
' syphil-' is and a survey' released today
! indirectly blames penicillin.
II
! The drug proved so effective
j against enereal d i se a s e s, the
I study reDorted. that what harl.
ilbeen a vigorous program for VDi
II control was undermined bv!
apauiy. ine pumie -and even
some hoaltb officials" forgot the
I organization needed to bring the!
I patient and penicillin together, the
: study said.
Up to five yearA ago "the force
for VD control were on the offen offensive."
sive." offensive." the repor said. "Before an
integrated system of information
casefinding, referral and rapid
treatment, the venereal diseases
were melting away."
But the resulting optimism
proved disastrous, the report said,
and "panacea was spelled p-e-n-i-c-i-l-l-i-n
"
CUSHION COVERS.
RE-UPHOLSTERING
and
DRAPERIES
SEWN TO ORDER
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the Bella Vista Theatre.' '".: '-

Automobiles
FOR SALE: 1952 Buick Hard Hardtop,
top, Hardtop, A-1 power steering and
brakes, tinted glass, 2-speakcr
radio, heater, new tires,' new seat
covers, duty paid, yellow with v
black top. 6216 Los Rios, San
Miguel Place. Balboa 2-4239.
FOR SALE: 1951 4-dr. Buick
Special Deluxe. A-1 condition
throughout, ner tires and foot foot-control
control foot-control automatic radio, standard
shift. (44,000 miles). 6216 Los
Rios, San AAiguel Place. Balboa
2-4239.
FOR SALE: 1955 Ford V-8
Customline, first class condition,
with extras. $1450. 5504-C, Di- -ablo.
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 Telephone
phone Telephone Balboa 4241.
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 2-221 9,
FOR SALE: 1956 Ptymouth-6
Savoy 4-door, 2-tone, push-but
ton shirt, radio, other extras, -7000
miles, $1795. 2524-A,
Cocoli.
FOR SALE: Plymouth 4-door
sedan, 6-cyl., new, duty paid,
$2450. Phone Balboa 4496, 4-9
p.m. only.
FOR SALE: 1949 Ford 4-door
$350. House 0420-B, Ancon.
Phone 2-3651.
LIFE INSURANCE
call
JIM RIDflE
General A?ent
Gibraltar f ife Ins. Co.
for rates and information
Tel. Panama. 2-0552
CHI1 DREN & 0ENERAL
DENTISTRY
Dr. R. Eisenmahn
&
Dr. C. E. Fabre-a
C.Z. Denlal-Medlcal Polyctlnle
Tlvoll (4 of July) Ave. 41A24
(opposite Ancon School ptariround)
Tel. 2-E011 Panama
TRANSPORTES BAXTER. S. A.
Packers Shippers Mover
Phones 2-2451 22562
Learn Riding at
PANAMA RIDING SCHOOL
Ridinej b Jumping Classes dairy
3 to 5 p.m. Phone 2-2451
or by appointment.
"811m Tear figure down"
BODY REDUCING
McLcvy Machine. Manage
Steam Bath eaele end (emait
0RT0PEDIA NACI0NAL
SS A. Juste Arosemena S-Z211
Dr. 8CHOLL trained Chiropodist
Three Boys Waiting
Sex Offense Trials
Beat, Slash Jailer
FAIRFAX, Va.' UP)-Three 19-year-old
boys awaiting trial for
sex offenses, beat and slashed a
jailer here last night in vain
escape attempt from the Fairfax
County ail.
Police, with their guna drawn,
cornered and nabbed two of the
youths on the jailhouse roof and
caught the third as he slid down
a drainpipe.
. They were identified as Donald
Fy Thompson of Oklahoma City,
Okla.; Enoch Roach Jr. of Alex Alexandria,
andria, Alexandria, Va., and Lawrence M.
Bradham of Grove, Va.
Deputv Sheriff Richard Sauver
said the attempted break oc
curred as he accompanied Roach
back to his second floor cell after
the youth bad completed a tele telephone
phone telephone call on the ground flow.
He said when he arrived fat the
eellblock, Thompson was standing
in the hallway. The two pushed
bim into, Roach s celt, be said,
where they slashed, him on the
hand with a rasor and struck him
on the head with a heavy objert
which Thompson beld in a clot
bag. :
Sauveur said they took his keys,
locked him hi the cell, released
Bradham from his talL aad at
three fled to the roof tbrovgb a
skylight .,
Police downstairs

heard thnjHskanson, If

commotion and surrounded the
building for the recapture. 1
EeJOr the FANAWOini ctae
raaftaf f 1 lyaitcol PitMMiln
nrf faverHa Amitm Wi so tse
tumour twt4Mi linn i.
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Miscellaneous
FINE INVESTMENT: For sale,
30Q preferred shares Cia. Pana Pana-mena
mena Pana-mena da Tabaco at $9. Dividends
75. (8-13) a year. Call
Elena, Panama 2-0228.
FOR SALE: Water heater. 2
gait., native horse with two sad saddles.
dles. saddles. Phone 3-2091, from 7 to
, 9 p'.m. ... .f
JUST RECEIVED hundreds of
NYLURES. Corbina and red snap snapper
per snapper faverites. 20- cash dis discount.
count. discount. ABERNATHY, across side
street Panama Hotel.
FOR SALE: Boxer, 3 year old,
registered. Son of champion.
Phone 3-6020.
FOR SALE: Pure bred Dalma Dalmatian
tian Dalmatian pups, six weeks old. Phena
2-1761..
FOR SALE: Thar Auto-magic
washer $35;, Internationa! Har Harvester
vester Harvester Dehumidif for, used one
seeson, $75. Phone 3-4736 Pan Panama,
ama, Panama, i
FOR SALEs-' Beautiful 45-ial-Ion
fish aquarium with motor,
pump, filters and stand; oval oval-shaped
shaped oval-shaped Chinese coffee table with,
6 stools, glass top, cheap; other
miscellaneous articles including
genuine ivory pieces. Call Kobbe
6276.
FOR SALE: Brambach Baby
Grand Piano $195. Phone Al Al-brook
brook Al-brook 4Z40.
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Phono Gulick (89.
ATLANTIC LITTLE LEAGUE
(Final First Half Standings)

Won Lost GB
Coco solito Cubs . 8 2
Police Pals 6 4 2
Pirates 8 4 2
Mutual of Omaha 0 8 4 2
Coca Cola Bottlers. 2 8 6
Coco Solo Braves ..2 8 8

The Atlantic Little League
closed its first half schedule of
play Monday afternoon when
Mutual of Omaha defeated the
Coco Solo Braves 12 to 1. The
game was a play-off of a tie
game played earlier in the sea season.
son. season. Mike Burza and Bud walnio
shared the pitching honors for
Mutual of Omaha and kept the
Braves' bats silent most of the
way.
Credit for the win went to
Burza, his second of the season.
SeaboJt started for the Braves
and was touched lor B hits and
ten runs before being relieved
by Wayne Hardisty.
V
The battinu, star of the game
was Mike Burza with three hits
two of which were doubles ana
four runs batted in. Other boys
hlttinsr the long ball were Reg.
Lum with a triple, and Bath,
Sanders and Brians with dou doubles.
bles. doubles. The bo score:

Mutual of Omaha h R H E
Lum, Reg ss 4 1 2 0
Bath, lb 4 12 1
Field, c- 3 1 0 0
Walnio, 3b. p 4 2 3 0
Burza, p. 3b 4 2 J P
Rauser. 2b 2 1 0 0
Seeley. 2b ,. 2 0 0 0
Sanders, rf 4 1 1 0
Rlef. cf 0 2 0 1
Lum, Rol. cf 2 0 0 0
Brians, If 2 110
Highley, If ......... 10 0 0
Totals 32 12 122

Cece Sole Braves
Seabolt. p, 4b
Bonzovmet, cf .....
Roth, e .'. ....
Hardisty. 3b. p ... .
Bullington. lb ......
Duncan,' ai .......
Rice, es .... 4
Sharich, ss .........
Oliphant, 2b .......
Montei. R. 2b ......
Dyer. If
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la Onu Ave. N. 41 FOTO DOMY Justo ArMcmena Ave.- and 33 St. FARMACIA
7 State FARMACIA "8AS" Via Ferns 111 NOVEDADES ATHIS Beside
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FOR SALE: Residential home,
concrete. First class V comfort comfortably
ably comfortably built. Modern conveniences.
Ample grounds, fenced. 26 me meters
ters meters : frpnt, 40. meters depth.
Owner leaving. For information
. call telephone 2-3012 during
:offieMioura..t.;i).,A;
FOR SALE At New Arraijsx:
comfortable house with electric
plant. Bargain. For information
see Mr. Tunon, Job Department,
The Panama American.
FOR SALE: Several used boats,
. motors and trailers. Also 'pan 'pangs."
gs." 'pangs." Make offer. ABERNATHY,
across side afreet Panama Hotel.
OCRACOKE. N:c mPV Th.
Coast Guard today cave 1111 the
search for a missing nurse who
disappeared from a wealthy New
Jersey physician's yacht anchored
outside the harbor of this isolated
island resort. 1
Coast Guard headquarters in
Norfolk, Va., said it had dragged
the full area of water 'just offshore-
here for Mrs. Mary Ann
Scales, 33, of Bordentown, N.JM
for three days without success.
Mrs. Scales disappeared Satur Saturday
day Saturday night from the $18,000 yacht
Mary N. II owned by Dr. James
T: Dodge of Trenton, N.J. I
The Coast Guard also sent out
a plane Monday and Tuesday and
foot patrols searched the' shore but
found no trace of Mrs. Scales.
Relatives of the missing nurse
feared she may have been in a
mood to commit suicide at the
time she v a n i s h e d- from Dr.
Dodge's yacht. ;
Dodge told authorities Mrs,
Scales, whom he had employed as
a nurse for 12 years, might have
harbor in eight feet of water.
fallen overboard while his 30-foot
The missing nurse S sister, Mrs.
Marine McDonald of Trenton said
Tuesday that Mrs. Scales had
been in love .with the doctor for
the last 10 years. t
Suicide Mentioned
"She would have committed sui suicide
cide suicide if she thought she were los
ins hirn." Mrs. McDonald said.
"She was very much In love
with him." she said. "You think
she would have to have been since
she gave .up her home, her hus-l
band and practically ner aaugn-
ter."
Mrs. Scales is separatel from
her husband. Eugene, who last
week filed suit for divorce-chargr
lng her with desertion. Dodge also
is separated from his wife, Doro Dorothy
thy Dorothy M. Dodge of Mercersville,
Grille 01 Britain's
Appeasement Policy
Dies At Age Of 75
LONDON, Feb. 14 (UP) -Lord
Vansiltart, who was removed
from his nost as undersecretary
of state for foreign affairs in lBJii
because of his violent criticism 01
Britain's "appeasement policy'
toward Germany died, today. He
was 75.
The former Foreign Office ad
visor was a controversial polti-
r was a controversial poiu-
figure in the prewar perio4
use of hia violent attacks oil
ca
because

Boats fir Motors
" :, ;

Search Given Up

From Wealthy

the late Prime Minister Neville
Phamhrliin'a nolipv anri hia be-.Th

lief that the Germans should be'
marl in m the first world re-'l
narations
! He wc the author of
several;
anti-Nazi books in the early 19-i
40's and was known in Parlia.
ment for his vicious anti-German
speeches.
Zone Rock Hounds
PlanTor Outing
Guinea Point
A fie) trip to Guinea Point,
near betler-knowa Far Fan Beach
win be held by the Canal Zeae
Gem 4 Mioeral Society Saturday
morning A minus sera) tide is due
at that time and agate picking
should be rooel.
Members of the Club should
check id at the Club House, near
ner 20 Balboa, at about a.nu,
to pick up ether members and
friends who may be ia need t
transportation, v ,
Noojnembers are united t at
teod aad take part ia this exiting.
No fees are- required and no pre
view arrangements er reservstiot
aecesurv Experienced rod
bounds, both amateur aad proves'
sionaL will be on this trip. reed
and willing to help any Dewcom
rs ec beg iamera, j

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For Nurse Missing

NJ Physicians Yacht

if
"

; MISSING Mrsi Marr Ann
Jcales, 32,, ; of Bordentown, N
., a nurse, was reported miss-s
lng- from the yacht of Dr.
James Ti Dodge, 45, of ulster
Park, N.Y. Dodge told author
lties he anchored in Ocrflcoke
inlet, Ocracoke, N.C., late Feb.
9. Me said he and Mrs. Scales
had "supper and he Went to
bed leaving her alone on deck.
When he awoke early Feb. 10
the roman was not aboard.
N.J., who said she left him be
cause of Mrs. Scales.
Mrs. McDonald said her sister
wanted to marry Dodge but that
the physician did nbt share her
wish.
She said that the couple- had
quarreled and been "irritable"
with each other recently. She said
Dodge originally left on the yacht
ing trip alone so. they wouldn't
get on each other's nerves" but
later nicked up Mrs. Scales.
. Dodge Won't Comment
Dodge, a general practitioner on
the staff of McKinley Hospital in
Trenton,' 'refused to comment on
any possible romance.
Dodge, who is staying at a notei
here awaiting word on the search,;
was Joined Tuesday by his older
daughter, Judy, 17. He nas 101a
20,000 US Troops
To Take Part In
A li J
A-AQC MOnCUVerS
WASHINGTON, Feb. 14 (UP) I
Irmv'innnimrnl tnrlav th-
Mono tmooe will take nart h
itnmii.i manpiivpra in 1inisi-
ana from March 27 to Aoril 16.
The troops will be drawn from
Fort Hood, Tex., Fort Bragg, N.C.
Fort Polk. La., Fort Riley, Kan.,
Fort Campbell, Ky. and Fort
Meade Md.
Called operation "King Cole.
the exercise will provide training
tor commanders and staffs un
der assomd conditions of exten
sive atomic,, chemical, biological
radiological and electronic war
fare," the Army said
Alumni '36 Invites
Fellow Graduates
To Friday Meeting
Graduate
of the 1936 class oft
the La Boca Junior High School j
are be.ng invtfed to attend a meet

'a r iiMj BJni w iB uud Aium-' tnat says: ;
mJJi. ' ; "This Is a recording. Your wa-
Tho .-eeting, which begins 'stiter will be turned off for 15 min-

i jo p.m wiu oe Beld 10 tne stu study
dy study hall of the La Poca High School
The dub,- orta tied two and a
hjlf years ago, is seeking hundred
per cent hi embers hip of all 1936
graduates of the La Boca- Junior 1
High Si mol ia order to carry out;

fcfT is j twi aas on m 1 7 vui 1 uv w i-vsi uvaiw ea ui va a - --
bigrer program of cbarttaWe.Watfr Supnly Company has beenjoff of tbe defense budget if Hooo-

educatiottal and tocial
activities;
than la previous years,

V;?.'

Experienced English anef Spanish
speaking aeamstresa requires po position
sition position sewing, etc.- Box: 208, Pa
raise, C.Z.
WANTED.- Gas cooking stove.
Simmons hideaway type sofa
bed,, small drop-leaf dining ta table.
ble. table. All must be in good condi condition.
tion. condition. Cell 83-2111 after 2 p.m.
High Time
MONTGOMERY. Ala ,' mv
Mrs. Pat Murohv not n nee-AoA
reai. irom a janeiine telenhnnn tn
day. t
Last SundaV it hpPan-Hnm'nir at
the rate of once a minute, 24
nours a aay. anri an the ralWa
wanted tr know what time it was.
The teleDhnnp
hef number when it was: discov-
erea mat under .a new system she
nan Deen eiven' a number mat nn
digit different from the tjme-
service numDer.
authorities he didn't "know what
nappeneo to jars. Scales."
Dodge said that he went in bod
early after supper Saturday night
uui mat Mrs. acaies said "she
wasn't sleepy and ,was going to
stay up a little while." He said
when he awoke Sunday she was
missing.
I he couple had been en route
nere trom B e 1 h a v e n, N.C., 40
nines across ramuco sound Sat
urday night when Dodee misserl
the harbor entrance in the fog. He
aju no ueciuea 10 ancnor onsnore
ramer man risking running
aground on shoals surrounding
ims low-iying lsiani.
GOP Senators Con
Softened Version
01 Ike's tmt
WASHINGTON, Feb. 14 (UP)
nepuDiican senators looked to the
White House today for official sig signals
nals signals on. whether to wage a floor
fight to strengthen the wVtered-
down version of the "Eisenhow-'
er Doctrine approved by two
Senate committees.
The President's Middle East re resolution
solution resolution cleared the Democratic Democratic-controlled
controlled Democratic-controlled .Senate- Foreign .Rela .Relations
tions .Relations and Armed Services Commit Committees
tees Committees by a 20-to-8 vote yesterday,
but only after Its language was
sharply modified. The resolution
now goes, to the full Senate for
debate next week.
There were indications, both
here and at the temporary White
Hoose at Thorn as vilLe, Ga., that
Mr. Eisenhower might' settle for
the watered-down resolution rath rather
er rather than risk weakening it s inter
national propaganda impact'-, by
prolonging Senate debate.
White House Press Seer e t a r y
James C. Hagerty said in Thomas-
ville that both the President ana
Secretary of State John Foster
Dulles were pleased with the com
mittee s action but that tne lan
guage of the revised resolution
needed further study.
Democrats on thw two commit
tees who succeeded In softening
the language of the proposal voic voiced
ed voiced confidence that the full Senate
will go along with the change. The
committee vote on the specific is issue
sue issue of rewording the resolution
followed straight party lines, with
15 Democrats supporting, the
change and 13 Republicans oppos
ing it-
GI Home Loan
Activity Falls
Off. In January
WASHINGTON Feb, 14. (UP)
The Veterans Administration re-1
ported today that
activity declined again last month.
It said it received 31,620 home
loan applications in January, 4V4
per cent less than in December.1
Filing of GI home loan 'applica 'applications
tions 'applications has been declining' fairly
steadily for more than a -year.
Prankster Has f
Housewives
On The Run
GREAT NECK. N.Y.. Feb
A
(UP) A search "was launched to
day for-a hi-fi prankster who has
been harassing Lone Island
housewives.'
The electronic-minded practical
joker telephones
residents and
then turns
on a
tape recording
utes. Fill up your bathtub, your
sink and all receptacles that bold
water."
Housewives have been folio wine
the instructions, only to discover
the water is not being turned off.
The switchboard at the. Citizens
flooded with protests.
'moved into the case.

WANTED: Experienced book,
keeper. Apply i Trepelco, S.A4
8:30 to 9:30 a.m. with refer references.
ences. references.

WANTED: Beauty operator.
Must be very 'good. Call Curan Curan-du
du Curan-du Beauty Shop, 2113 or Clay Clay-ton
ton Clay-ton Beauty Shop 2231.
WANTED: Competent pastry
: maker, male, with ; references.
Good salary. Apply personally tat
Cocoli Clubhouse.
Panama Lino
Calllngo
The tentative sailing of th
Panama liner Ancon northbound
on, Monday has, a total booking
of lie passengers 102 for the
United states and 14 for Haiti.
Passengers, sailing for Haiti
are Mrs. Mortimer Adler; Miss
Diane Armaftd; Miss Helen Bar
per; Mr. and Mrs. Henry Fried
land; Mr. and Mrs. Lew Hyman;
Mrs, Frank Lyday; Raoul Malla
branehe; Mr .an dMrs. Charles
H. Spoking; Dr. and Mr3. Carl
Skyllberg; and Mrs. Henry M,
Stern ; ; .. s ,.
The' comnlete advanrx. xaiiins
list for the United states fol follows;,
lows;, follows;, --:i
Mr. "and Mrs". John P. Bid well
Dr. and Mrs. Judd Bockner; Mr.
and Mrs. W. Brlttin Boice; Mr.
and Mrs; Henry Brown; Mr. and
Mrs. Raymond Brown; Mr, and
Mrs. Thomas Burton; Mrs. Hary
riett Campbell; Lawrence W..
Chambers; Mr. and Mrs. Edward
H. Chasteney; James Chirielei Chirielei-son;
son; Chirielei-son; Milton B. Conhaini Mr.
ana .Mrs. Joseph Cooner: Mr.
and Mrs. George E. Droesch; Mr.
and Mrs. Richard WKvim rr

Mrs., Sadie Fitzgerald; Mr. ani
Mrs. George Fleming;Mr. and
Mrs. Joseph Oagllardi; Mrs. Re Re-gina
gina Re-gina F. Gass; Mr. an Mrs. Ga-
len H. Gates; Mr. and Mrs. Ed.
ward Graham; and Miaa jhel-"
ma Grager. ; ''. -.
Mr. and Mrs. 'Edward w. Har Har-tung;
tung; Har-tung; Mrs. John; Haswellr Mr.
and Mrs. Harold J. Hoops; Mr.
and Mrs. Morris .'T.:CHoversten
Miss Tacy Hurst; Mrs. Vivian H.
King; Mrs. Sarah Klein; ,Miss
Emma E. Klinger; Mr. 'and Mrs.
William Kline; Mrs. Belle Kline;
Mr. and Mrs.. G. Howard Lip-J
pincott; Mrs. Anita S. McMa McMa-nusrMr.vand"
nusrMr.vand" McMa-nusrMr.vand" Mrs .'-Jqhn Ma Mather;
ther; Mather; Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Mor.
ton; Miss Nan A. Murphy; Miss
Jean A. Murphy; Mr, and Mrs.
Walter S. Jloar Miss Helen M.
Nok; The Most ReV; Thomas L.
Noa; col. and Mrs. E. M. Pedd Pedd-rick;
rick; Pedd-rick; Mr. and Mrs. Howard C.
Peterson; Mm. Lorraine postal;

ana Mr. ana Mrs. George puck puck-hafer.
hafer. puck-hafer. lis-: m- .;
Mr. and Mrs. Daniel j. Reidy;
C L. Richardson; Mr and Mrs.
Hilton A. Russell; Mr. and Mrs.
Max Sander; Mn and Mrs. Per Percy
cy Percy Schaible; .Miss Myrtle P.
Shilling; Mr. and Mrs! William
C Siegrist, Sr.; Mr.' and ?Mrs. v
William Siegrist,. Jr.
Mr. and Mrs. jt 4 Howard
Tilghman. Jr.: Mn and Mrs.
Clark E. Wallace; Mr. and Mrs.
Laurence Whitehead; Mr, and
Mrs. George Wolf; Julius ap ap-ponl;
ponl; ap-ponl; Mr. and Mrs. Martin Zim Zimmerman;
merman; Zimmerman; Mr. and Mrs, Harvey
J. Young, and 2 sons; and Col Colonel
onel Colonel William Young. 4
Travelafre Society
To Sponsor Trips
To S. Jose, Lima
The Isthmian Travelaire Society
will sponsor two chartered plane
trips for members and guests, one
to San Jose, Costa Rica from Feb.
22 to 24 and one o Lima, Peru,
during the Easter holidays,1 April
1 to 2L ;
COPA'I new 50-passeriger plane
will depart from Tocumen at 1
p.m. Feb. 22 arrive at San Jose at
1:30 p.m.' f
A shopping tour win be made af
ter arrival at the Hotels Savoy and
Ritz. On Saturday an all-day trip
is planned to the Volcano Irazu.
soendine the afternoon in Cart a an.
Sunday Includes a sight-s e e i n g
tour with a stop at O10 de Aeua.

GI home loanrCatalina holiday cabins and- the

learner goods center at Moravia.
The plane will, depart-Sao, Jose- at
4 p.m. ...
Total cost' of the San Jose trip
is $55, including tourist permits.
Solon Wants Probe
On iion-AdapIaiion
1
Of Hoover Plans
I WASHINGTON: Feb.
14 (UP) -i.
Sen. 'John Marshall Butler (R-Md)
today called for creation of a se select
lect select joint congressional committee
to Investigate why a number of
"money-saving proposals" of the
Hoover Commission have not hewa
carried out.- ' . :
He sair unadopted commission
PMnmfv.Mirlatinn nmU ah,..

about seven billion -dollars from
from the administration's record
71.8 billion dollar budget,
"I am told that more mlisticfji
handling of government personnel V
problems would save five billion
dollars," Butler said. "Another
two billion dollars could be shar;d

Police haveier Commission recommendations

I art carried out."



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ToSeH A Baby y- r
' DETROIT (UP V- Police today
sought middle-aged 'nan driv driving
ing driving a late-model car for attempt attempting
ing attempting to sell a baby; ; X
The man drove up to Michael
Karmeo,' IT, Monday and shouted
to the 'youth, who was .loading
elgara into a car, ",Hey, do. you
want 40 buy a baby
,.s. ;.'.-.-.. i a
, Karmen told police he thought
tha query wa$ a joke and aa aa-awered:
awered: aa-awered: "Not me; I : don't need
one." '

Seconds later, Ethel Barron. 59,!
walked past the ear and the man,
4mHhri ai acinar In hil lata 40s 1

o early 50s, asked her U she
wanted to buy tho baby. ; "y
'Mrs. Barron said she declined
but looked in the car and saw a
Baby blanket but no baby.
Earl English, another passerby,
laid he took a look )o the car

,hna fha mn annlc to Mrs. Bar

ron and saw- a baby "that looked

about 5 months oia.

'. The three said they became

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atfer the- man drove away. 4 ;

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Segregation

jSupreme Court Impeachments Sought

WASTUMfJTON DC. Fph. 14
i(UP) The segregation controver
"y figured in two congressional
committee hearings land in propos
!als before two state legislatures
in the -uuth today.
i j. WDlie lesumuuy on tivu iijiiu
1 legislation opened on a second
Jfront in Washington, the Georgia
Jhouse received a proposal to im im-jpeacb
jpeacb im-jpeacb s'x U. S. Supreme Court jus jus-Jtices
Jtices jus-Jtices and the Tennessee legisla legislature
ture legislature considered curbing organized
JNegro integration activity.
' Ji Tho Stnat constitutional tub-
( 'commit tct opened a hearing on
civil rights bills while the House
J 'Judiciary subcommittee hearings
('went 'nto a record "overtime"
session gained by members of
,j the southern opposition.
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A resviiution calling on the Geor-.tives

Bia delegation to impeach Chief
'Justice Farl Warren and five asso asso-eiate
eiate asso-eiate justices was formally intro.
duped in the Georgia house with
(backing of Gov. Marvin Griffin.
, The Tennessee legislature, which
has just finished strengthening
J state School segregation laws, de de-bafcd,a
bafcd,a de-bafcd,a proposal to curb pro-inte-Jjrratioo
actitivty of the National
Assn, for the Advancement of Co Co-tlored
tlored Co-tlored People.

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LIBERACE'S BROTHER BEATEN, ROBBED Pianist Liberace
Ccfti embraces his brother, violinist eOorge Liberace, who
flsvhes an "OK" sign after he was beaten and robbed of ids'
violin and a ring, each valued at $1,500, in Chicago. The
violinist said he was returning to his hotel after anight club

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PANAMA, R. P., THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 14, 1957

Controversy
I Thp NAACP was arfusfld hpforp
1 the Tennessee legislature of instil
i gating school integration suits in
1 violation of the state's barratry
law.
Similar moves against the
NAACP have been introduced in
the Florida and Georgia legis legislatures.
latures. legislatures. The NAACP recently
was outlawed in Alabama, and,
for a time, in Louisiana.
Other developments involving ra racial
cial racial issues:
Negro leaders of 10 southern
states .net in New Orleans mean meanwhile
while meanwhile to draft a new appeal tn
President Eisenhower to speak out
in the south against lawless attacks
on Negroes campaigning for inte
gration.
The group, including representa-
from 23 cities, was expected
to ask the President to reconsider
his recent reply declining an ear.
lier request to speak in the south
on the subject of racial violence.
A 21-year-old Negro senior indi indicated
cated indicated he would not seek to be re re-admitteJ
admitteJ re-admitteJ to the newly integrated
high school at Clinton, Tenn,
scene oi integration riots last fall.
The Negro, Alfred Williams,
was accused of striking a young younger
er younger white boy with a knife. Prin-
attacked by two men. .v
TODAY
GINGER
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THEXDAILY

country is safe Abraham Lincoln.

Rages On
cipal D. J. Brittain Jr. tid Wil
liams was goadd by group of
whito ttudonts.
I The local Junior Chamber of
Commerce of. Indiauaola, Miss.,
birthplace of the White Citizens
Council movement, severed itself
from the state and national Junior
Chamber of Commerce organiza
tions.
The indianola group accused the
Israel Decides
To Accept American
Withdrawal Plan
JERUSALEM, Israel, Feb. 14 14-(IIP)
(IIP) 14-(IIP) Informed sources said to today
day today the Israeli cabinet had decid
ed to instruct Ambassador Abba
Eban to accept, subjec.t to certain
conditions, the American plan for
Israeli withdrawal from Sl)arm-El-Sheikh.

t,..i u j u- ..emancipation of colored Ameri
But the sources said the cabinet u v.u..

decided to reject any demands that
it abandon the Gaza strip.
The sources' would not elaborate
on the conditions of withdrawal
from Shsrm-El-Sheikh, the Israeli Israeli-held
held Israeli-held Egyptian fortress that domin.
ates the Gulf of Aqaba and from
which Egypt blockaded Is r a e 1 i
shipping
It was believed Eban would seek
further elucidation of American
pledges regarding freedom of na
vigation in the Gulf of Aqaba.
The cabinet met in emergency
session to hear Premier David Ben
Gurion's report on the U.S. pro proposals
posals proposals to get Israeli forces out of
fcgypt.
Macmillan Faction
Faces First Test
With By-Election
LONDON, Feb. 14 (UP) Pre.
mier Harold Macmillan's govern
ment faced its first parliamentary
by-election test today amid indica
tions that the aftermath of Sir An Anthony
thony Anthony Eden's Suez policy could
cost it a seat in the House of Com Commons.
mons. Commons. Polling at North Lewisham, a
dormitory suburb in southeast Lon London
don London which returned a Conserva Conservative
tive Conservative member with a narrow vote
.majority at the 1955 general elec
tion, was due to start this morn morning.
ing. morning. The result was expected to be
known shortly after midnight, and
experts forecast a narrow labor
wjai.
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NEWSPAPER

nVK CENT
Two Fronts;
Jn Georgia
state and national : -organizations
of backing business firms, organi
zationsand campaigns that are
"unfriendly toward JHe' south,"
Eisenhower Asked
To Appoint Negro
To Supreme Court
WASHINGTON aiPU-PreiWent
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Eisenhower was
v,t- S'
night to appoint a Negro to the
Supreme Court. x
Tomlinson I). Todd, director,
producer and moderator of the
Sunday eight-station network raio
program "Americans All asked
the President in a telegram to
make the appointment.
Todd, whose program is aired
by the United Broadcasting Co.,
said he took the occasion of xan
coin's birthday to request that a
Necro be named to succeed re
tiring. Justice Stanley F. Reed.
"The time is now ripe for an
sion to one of inclusion in the
United States Supreme Court
bench," Todd said.'
Free Hospital Aid
Of 60 Days A Year
Asked For Elderly
WASHINGTON, Feb. 14 (UP)
Ren, John D. Dingell (D-Mich) in
troduced a bill today to provide
up to 60 days a year of free hos
pitaDzaticn to elderly persons re
ceiving monthly social security
checks.
The cost, which Dingell estimat estimated
ed estimated at 400 million dollars a year,
would be paid from the social se security
curity security trust fund. Dingell said he
was confident" that the present
schedule of payroll taxes would
provide enough revenue over the
years to pay all present benefits
plus the proposed new hospitaljza
tion program.
Shell Shock
TOKYO, Feb. 14 (UP) Beach
fishermen have asked tne gov government
ernment government to compensate them for
$19,500 worth of clams they
claimed to have lost as the re result
sult result of the U.8. Army's artillery
practice.
The fishermen claimed that
when the clam hears the guns
boom it snaps its shell closed
and chops off the tastiest part
of its body.
VISTA

INCOME

By RICHARD A. MULLENS
' i i t
ONE questiori every taxnaver
mst answer Is how many exemp exemptions
tions exemptions he can claim. Since each ex exemption
emption exemption reduces taxable.' Income
by $600 and saves at least $120 in
tax, it pays to claim all exemptions
to wnicn you are entitled. f
1 he official instructions on this
important question are neeessarily
condensed to save snace. Most
taxpayers like to have additional
explanations of the complicated
rules and this article is designed
to give you just that.
Let's take up first the exemp
tions tor. you and your wife.
The official instructions make it
clear that extra exemptions are al
lowed when you or your wife
reach 65 or are blind. It will help
you to figure the exemptions for
you and your wife it you remem
ber two things:
First an Individual was 65 or
ever in lJ6 it his 61th birthday
was en or before Jan. 1, 1957.
Second unlike your dependent,
you cannot claim your wife at an
exemption if she files a separate
return to get back the tax with withheld
held withheld on her earnings of less than
$600.
If your wife has inceme of less
than 600' you should file a Wat
return. Her income has to be in-
eluded with yoiirs, but you get
$600 exemption for her Cmore if
she is 65 or blind) so it's cheaper
than filing separate returns.
Furthermore, even though yourl
wife had no income during 1956,1
you cannot claim an exemption
for her if you file a separate re return
turn return and she is claimed as a de dependent
pendent dependent by another taxpayer who
furnishes more than one half of
her support.
Another advantage of filing a
joint return is that dependents of
eitner the husband or wua can be
claimed on the return.
This bring us to the exemptions
you can claim for your children
and other dependents.'
You will find these tests in Item
15 of the instructions for Form
1040A and on pase 5 of the in
structions for Form 1040. To help
you wun wis important step,
NEA's Income Tax Primer lists
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Rape, Seduction
Charge May Bring
Peron Back To BA
BUENOS. AIRES (UP)-rOusted
Dictator Juan D. Peron may be
returned here from his Venezua
lan exile to face rape and seduc
tlon charges involving the girl he
took for a mistress when she was
only 13, it was reported today.
The girl, Nelly Rivas, lived in
luxury at the presidential palace
where Peron let her wear the
gowns and jewels of his late wife,
Eva Peron. Peron met her at a
dance at a girl's technical school
and took her home with him..
Informed sources said Judge
Ernesto Gonzales Bonorino will
file a request to extradite Peron
from Venezuela when he returns
later this month from his vacation vacation-in
in vacation-in Mar Del Plata. Gonzales Bon
orino has handled Nelly s case
since authorities learned of the
age at which she became Peron's
mistress.
Several previous attempts to
extradite Peron have failed be because
cause because the countries harboring
him considered him a political
refugee. But authorities said they
hoped Venezuela will agree to the
extradition because the charge is
criminal rather than political.
After Peron's fall in the revolu
tion of September 1955, Nelly was
questioned but released after re
turning some $10,000 in jewels and
knickknacks. Some, of them had
belonged to the late Eva, police
said. 1

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Gix U)FEZ, representing the Mnchacbas Ouias de Panama,
is shown above presenting an Invitation to Gov. w. X. Potter'
to the Girl Scouts In Review" pageant which will be held at'
the Fort Clayton Old Theater Thursday, Feb. 21. She wu ac accompanied
companied accompanied on her visit to the Governor's office at Bajboa.
Heights by Marva Jordan. Troon 25 of the International Girl

6couU; and Barbara Parker and
Troop 80 of the Canal

TAX- MADESeASY(N;3)

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ING CLAIMING HIM AS YOUR EXEMPTION?"
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the tests and then givvs some ex
Dlanatorv material.
Remember, unless otherwise in
dicated in the test, each of your
Nathan Nathaniel Mosley, 35,
Panamanian, was fined $10, in
Balboa Magistrate's Court lor
driving 35 mph in a 25-mlle zone
at Ft. Axnaaor.
Louisa de Blackburn,, also
known as Ana.Luisa Palma, 41,
Panamanian, was fined $5 and
given a 10-day jail term, sus-
nended. for vaerancy.
Enrique Alberto' de Lfton: 27,
Panamanian, was fined $2.50 for
the lade or a ceraiicaie oi m
spection for his car.
Clifford Bynoe, 31 Panama
nian, was fined $5 for failure to
use caution in driving.
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Important Post
For Margaret In
Government Seen
LONDON, Feb! 14 UP) i-yprin
cess Margaret. 26. naid an extra
ordinary visit to the House of
Commons today to hear a major
defense policy debate The t visit
revived rumors that the Hbrincess
may be named to an important
British Commonwealth post.
The rjrincess arrived unan
nounced in Par lament at me De-
Binning of a vote-of-confidence de
bate on Prime Minister Harold
Macmillan's defense cutback pro-
ram-. -a
British press repons irequenuy
have mentioned Margaret as a
possible nominee for the post of
Governor General of new British
Caribbean Federation which ?will
become a Commonwealth member
later this year.
Such a post would require a
close knowledge of parliamentary
custom and tradition.
No Strings
HOLLYWOOD, Feb. 14 (UP)
Misha Violin- reported to po
lice today that burglars had sto stolen
len stolen his most prized possession
a $25,000 violin.
Florence Davis, members
Zooe Girl Scouts.

The
Judge's Bench

LIVE SO LONG)

IF YOU HAVE A CHILD tOftNr
II. I56. LAN YOU CLAIM A. FIJI I
$600 EXEMPTION FOR THAT
CAN YOU CLAIM AN EXEMPTION
FOR A FAITHFUL FAMILY CAT?'
YES NO f ffS
in iiaia ion ov ( eix ?
oq iTof?a) "saaMsiiv
- dependents must meet all the fol-
lowing: ; t
1. Received lets than $600 gross
income.. --.s-" ... i
Explanation: This' test does sot
apply to your child,:, step-child or
adopted child who did not reach
his 19th birthday on or before Jan.
I-,1-1957 f-or, even-though, the child
was 19 or over in 1956. the test
does not apply if he was a student
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m Mtu ui live vuienuar uiuiims
auring iit.-. .. ;
This means that youno-"longer'
lose 'an exemption for your child
just because he earns over $600,
He must; of course, file a return,
but he is entitled to an exemption
for himself and this does not, pre prevent
vent prevent your claiming him, as a de dependent
pendent dependent provided he meets the oth
er tests. Kemember that gifts or
non-taxable income received by
the child, such as dividends oh GI
insurance, disability payments,
and insurance proceeds, are not
ihnlnriofl in hf oma'i InnnmA
; 2. Received more than one-half
ef hit er her support from you :or
your spouse if you file a -joint r
turn). ,'
i Explanation: Support Includes
Such items as the cost- of educa education,
tion, education, food, clothing, 'medical care
and lodging expense. If your child.
steDchild. or. adopted child is
student, any amount he or she re receives
ceives receives as a scholarship' need not
be considered in determining
whether vou have furnished over
half the cost of supporting the
child. j-
'' Prior tn 1954 this test made it
imnosaible for anv member of a
erouo. &av three brothers, who
shares in. the support of a parent,
to claim an exemption if no one
of them contributed more than
ahlf the support. : v
Under the new law, a parent
can be claimed by one of the
brothers provided he contributes
over 10 per cent and the other
brothers state in writing that they
will not also claim an exemption
for the parent in 1956.These state-
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ments should be attached to the
return of the person claiming the
exemption. Internal Revenue -h a
Form 2120, Multiple Support' Agree Agreement,
ment, Agreement, which you can fill in to sup- -ply-
the necessary, information. If
you desire. 1 '
-3. Did .not fit : oint return
with her husband or his wife.
Explanation:'1 Sup p o s e your
daughter, was married on Dec. 31,
1956. Even though, you were her
sole support during 1956, you can.
not claim her as a depdendent if
she files a joint .return with her
husband.
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14. Was either a itizenr or resi--

dent of the U. S, or a resident of
Canada, Mexico, .the Republic of
Panama, or the Canal Zone.
ExDlanation. This means you
cannot get an exemption for par
ents or other dependents living in
Europe or other places not listed
in 4 if they are not citizens oi me
U.S. If your depdent is a citi
zen of the U.S., it does -not mat
ter where he lives.- u
5. Was related to you m ne of
thev-ways specified in the inttroc
tiqris or who livet with -you in
your house, even though not re
lated to you,
Explanation: This 'means you
can claim an exemption for gome-
one dependent upon ?you e ten
though i he i isn't a relative. He
must live with you as" a member
of your household, however, and
meet the first four tests.
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