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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oclc - 18709335
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Classification:
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System ID:
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LISBON, Fob. 16 (UP)

united hert today fn the privsxsy of afi airhnr compartment attar tour ditticuit month
' of separation that' caused rumora of 'a' rift.
' Xht QueenMaving her children behind at Buckingham Palace, flew to Montijo
military airiield outsido Lisbon for a weekend "second honeymoon" with tha Duke of
Edinburgh, n " ).-''
The duka just back from a round-tha world trip,' watched from thaairbasa con control
trol control tower aa har plana landed. He than strode alona into the airliner i( soon as it
- touched down. '"'"' s f '
Officials and retainars let tht couplavalona as they randaivoused briefly In th

Queen's gray-and-maroon compartment.

THE PULSE
OF PANAMA
nxicit ra nf rtlsrnssions be
tween ptnama and the United
States regaroinn ru' ---geamen
on foreign vessel will be
revealed Wednesday at a meet meet-1n
1n meet-1n of the National Foreign Re Re-Utlorfs
Utlorfs Re-Utlorfs Council, (the tabloid
morning dally El Pia ald today.
She noon trttoMilJ;
-uoted an onldentlfieil de
f ense lawyer for one of the iae iae-eused
eused iae-eused 1 Prudent Reman
assassination: flt
th. trial will PMJMJ S
. least 30 days and that one oi
accused may attempt sui suicide
cide suicide under the attain. -Speculation
has be.B..V"
thafthe Remon assassination
- trial wlH be held in May.
-1. ouardia's longtime
"SJth Vresidencia. f:.L
P Turner tepliceli Isaia Plnilia
traffic ludge
cavino

- bierra Gutierrez waa swom m
: sterday as- acting Minister oi
tabor.- PUblio, ,helto ?d i
elfare,.:-:':&v..-..'yr:
Uerta utlel. ,1,!:
' wtarv ot the ministry,
Hharae uiitU the Minister,
" States --v .'

ets Do last
Strip
hi
Close On
vrwARK.VN.1. (U?)' .-"f:
iou ran off the runway m
lesque tw u but mot be-
; Jersey last B' l.ff.VDeel l.ff.VDeel-i"
i" l.ff.VDeel-i" fore strippers d some legavpee
n- xv i..t flimsv fluttered to
Theater, a. palace of peel aiae
?i9i2 shu lis awi r
Shir bastions of bump into fond
Amew"hours earner. shapely
JtoSL were divested of a total
;.n Jiih Tiffany, was
Indecent penoini-
pire! Hers was a test case for 27
C... .il.. oerformers arrested
- iusie,iuw
since Jan. IS. '; 'ZtJr-.Lrn
k jthr oerformers
. tcheduled for today, was post post-Poned
Poned post-Poned fotwo week. mTBna

; H. Buoenson, wu -. -dieted
dancers, said he would I P-
" AV-.iJ.'li-.l U Newark Isst

. week and the Hudson Theater
. Union Cltv followed suit last

- week. The strip palaces -wOl stay

' :. closed pending furtner appe
' lugheTcourt f Newark's legu legu--
- legu-- lation outlawing burlesque. v
, Miss Tiffany, testifying w her
m dfwi.L said her anatomy

did not quiver during her routinel

"Illusion of Rain" out ini
aerely shivered to show she was
t ; chilly and wet, thus enhancing the
' Illusion. ' .
Whea asked if her working
uiui mm tranKoarent. she m-

l diraantlr answered: "Certainly!

s not. They are made of finely woy

ca iresh.

'Two Bullfighters ; ;
To Giye Exhibition
"Tomorrow2 At Five i
! An exhibition bullfight with
four young bulls will be held at
La Macarena bullring tomorrow
afternoon at 5 o'clock by mata matadors
dors matadors Juanito Paes and Jose 4E1
Bevillano) Gome.
The bulls will not be killed.
Tickets will be told at the box
office tomorrow at 50 cents each
in order to cover expenses.
'

of Sepa ration and Rumors

Britain1 6ueen Elizabeth
The reunion was arranged so
nothing would Intrude on the
privacy of Elizabeth and Philip
while they remained ln the
Queen's personal compartment
at the tear of her turbo-prop
airliner. .-v.
From Montijo the Queen and
the Duke were to drive straight
to Setubal -to begin their week weekend
end weekend alone on' the Royal yacht
Britannia anchored in the bay.
During the loup-nour rngni
from London, foreign secretary
Selwyn Lloyd and1 otner mem
bers oi the oueen-s party ma
lunch with het In; the special
compartmeni.-.".;"'' :
But they bad seats or ineir
wn to two forward compart-
ments to wait Gut the mo'
ments between the Duke 'a ar arrival
rival arrival aboard the plane and the
Queen's ext from It.
After their private weekend
Colon Child Drowns
As flooring Chain
Selx; SMH Adrifl
T.iii Antnnltf lihdsav. slx-artd-
-hnif-vpr-nid son of Arthur
Lindsay of Colons was drowned
in Oatun Lake yesterday near
the town ft 'hTew, Providence
With his oldef brother Artu Artu-ro
ro Artu-ro Jr., 19. and a cousin. Alden
George Cockburn, 10. of Paraiso.
the Panamanian lad bad gone to
visit the Lindsay boys' grandfa grandfather.
ther. grandfather. Arthur W. Lindsay a re-
tired Canal employe.
, They went to play Jn a row row-boat
boat row-boat tied with a chain to a post
or tree on the lake bank,
A screw came loose In the
moorintf "chain permitting the
boat to drift away front the bank
into deep water. K.Alt-ot
the children became
wildly excited and Jumped over overboard,
board, overboard, trying to swim back to
shore.
. Cockburn tried to assist Luis
Antonio, but the younger child
slipped from his grasp The old older
er older Lindsay boy and Cockburn
made It to shore and summoned
help.-;-"'
Francisco Ellis, a New Provi Providence
dence Providence farmer, retrieved the, boy's
body. Artificial respiration was
applied without success.
The boy's father Is an employe
of Termlnales Panama, S.A.
It Is understood that inter interment
ment interment at Mt. Hope Is planned for
Luis Antonio.
It's Too Late'
Already, Father
Of H-Bomb Says
WASHINGTON, Feb. 18 (UP)-1
ur. cawara xeuer, "Father of the
H-Bomb," said today that in JO
years Kussia wm have the "best
scientists in the world."
The nuclear physicist said ft al already
ready already is "Too late" for the United
States to hold the lead it has held
in scientific manpower for the
past 10 years.
. The problem now, he said, is to
recapture the lead.
The Hungarian born scientist,
credited with speeding U. S. de development
velopment development of the hydrogen bomb,
addressed a jet age conference
along with other speakers on the
nation's need for more scientists
and technicians.
Teller said that the scientific
manpower of the next 10 years is
now in the world's schools. The
time has come, be said, not to
talk about maintaining America's
lead,- but of "recapturing it."
Critic Casts Critical
Finds Princess Meg
y ROBtRT- MUSIL
LONDON, Feb. IS (UP)
Pound for pound, Prineess Har-
5aret has as many curves as
syne Mansfield.
I didni reauze this until I ssw
both girls last night Miss Mans
field as the bouncy feature attrac
tion en a London movie screen.
snd Princess Margaret la a deep deep-slashed
slashed deep-slashed green dress, laughing
with the rest of the audience.
Hollywood producers went to a
lot of expense to publicize the
40-inch bustline Miss Mansfield
almost uncovers in the rocit
mil aiovia "The Girl Cant Help
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and her husband were re-, -j
the Royal couple will begin a
formal state visit to Portugal.
But first they wanted to show
tne world that the rumors of a
rut between them were not true
Pakistani Premier
Calls On Allies
For Military Aid
KARACHI, Feb: (UP) Prime
Minister H. ,S. Suhrawardy today
called on Pakistan's allies in the
South East 1 Asia treaty Organiza
tion- ta&Aiuj ana saghlad Pact
Alliances to come to his country's
assistance "to counter whatever
aggressive steos India micht or
migni -not we, in tne bitter
uuumr aispuie. ... ..
In a dramatic 15-minute sneech
to the nation, Suhrawardy said
every Pakistani would be prepar
ed to sacrifice his utmost to pre
serve Pakistan's IndeDendence.
Commenting on reports that In-
aia is, massing. Huge armed forces
on the borders of Pakistan. Suh
rawardy said,"By .the grace of
uoa. raKlstan is stroncr ennucrh in
defend itself against aggression and
under the Baghdad' and SEATO
pacts, our, allies,- some of whom
aro; very powerful, are bound to
.come" to oui assistance 'i
"In ease of aeeression. 1 have
v uouuv ,iuejf wm, ie saia
iMf st$ Af cf e Cdurse
Regislrafion To Be
Registration for th ivn' De
fense High School Girls Nurses
Aide course for 1957 will be closed
Tuesday at 4 p.m. it was announe-
ed yesterday by Philip L. Dade.
uniei, civu ueiense. xne early
closing date is necessary since the
First Aid classes must be organu
ed this week. c
The comaiitees in charge of re
gistration report that a consider considerable
able considerable number of girls have reauest-
ed the application blanks.. Before
any applicant can be considered.
it must be approved and signed
oy tne applicant s parent.
Since First Aid is required for
all trainees before the hosoital
training can be given, all those
who wish to take this trainine
course this summer are advised
to get then- signed applications in
to the committee as soon as pos
sible so tnat they will be enrolled
in the first Aid class.
Reenlisfmenfs
For January Hit
Hew Army Record
Reenllstment percentages
in
the Panama area climbed
tn
m l i . .i.
USARCAREB recruiting spokes-
man saia.
m.. .. m ..ir.ji
. it a Mint w.. iwh n.mhr'i
11C llUUai I 111L.1 CflO 1I11 CU
..f. 4i 1 k.. .rf
In the lower four grades 32
out of 88 eiigibies reenustea
hnarln t Ut n Mnt -if
eligible In the first thres grades,
22 reeniisted lor 42 3 per cent,
post averages for the moith

Together

were:. Fort Amaoor, 47.4 perinea oeen so succesuui n
cent; fort Clayton, 245; Fort rock market he h a d returned
Kobbe, 39.4: Fort-Davis, SS.Si'rtolen money to some of his vic vic-Fort
Fort vic-Fort Gulick,-60 and Quarry tin. But police were unable to

Heights, 100 per cent

Eye On Curvaceous Cuties,

Out-Curves Jayne
, But seeing Prineess Margaret
made me wish for a tape meas
ure. This blue blooded young
woman packs an astonishing
amount of curves into five feet,
95 pounds.
Just by chance I saw the prin
cess step out of. a Rolls Royc
in front of the cinema.' No one
could blame me for foUowiatj her
inside, although she was accom
panied by her almost constant
escort these days, Billy Wallace.
So I followed.
The princes and her party of
10 giggled to eacn otner at xne
unbelievable closeup of H o I i y-
wood s bosom champion, but

she got a bigger kick out of tat'eause angigement speculation.

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tiliiilln
illpli'i vv'- 422i
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TAX l-? T:"V CTTL? "It's worth io t 1 t$ to the An i tail Leon iiUtft-
dav Ball-'ta "the fut l -au to call Balboa 2341 -.and g;ve this Riri s, fuat and last name.
The TV and Hi-Fi acta are both to bs given, away as first priqe.-afc the .bay, on. March 16.
(Sorry; but the glrlisn't included), r V 1 .V. y-- V '-
t ii : ft 'c.-ii .i:.-' .ii ii r hi

Dulles Talks Of'

In UN 'to Oust Israelis from Egypt

miftMwrLLE Ga.,iFeb- 16
n., n.,ua. intd todav after a
t TOlr wl J-nhnrn'
talk with" presiaeui,
ri S. j TTiit. states may take
United Nations to Hav Israeli
."rr-iifhrtraw from Egypt.
l'"Du.lev after two-hour
meeting this morn-ng with
resident and Herr Ca Cabot
bot Cabot Lodge, Jr., the TJ.S-; Am Am-iawador
iawador Am-iawador to the United Na Nations,'
tions,' Nations,' flew back to Washing Washington
ton Washington to arrange
soon as practicable with Abba
Eban, the Israeli Ambassador
to the United States.
Young Speculator
On Stock Market
Faces TheftCharge
tut a f t arp The grana iar-
.. .... aoainst a fast taluig
Pittsburgh man who: financed his
u v invenmems wiwi
Leak thievery has been continued
' Twenty'-sTx-year-old Michael Go Go-U.i
U.i Go-U.i ir- nloarfed euilty to two
counU of, grand larceny yesterday
hut Judee Ben U. wiiiara orucu
n - .nnlinlinn
. Godula was arrested on a trstnc
ispeeums i
- j: K-(tA vttAfii.iv inn uui-
..... riUpAvitrxi sio.uuu in nil iius-
. . j . j
muim. Thev said ne aamincu
. .lini the mnnev on IS duieirm
tccSsions and had planned U in-
,vei n m w w in--
I Th -MUTlS stock SDCCUlStOr S810
hi talked to police in severs! ether
tmes ouv or similar crimui.i..-
pes. He wia otneer nere miw
lconTu m this.' -
Mansfield
movie's series of rock n .'roll
set. The blues singers, guitar
strum m era and the pianists best
ing out lneistnt 12-bar phrases
had the princess bouncing in her
seat. : -.
An usherette said the princess
enjoyed the music so much she
slipped off her shoes, propped her
shapely legs on the brass rail in
front of her chah and waved her
stockinfed feet ia the air. -v
Margaret -, and Billy "Wallace
seemed to enjoy- each other's
company more than ever before.
Whatever their intentions, their
intentions, their appearance to
gether last msht was bound to

WHO SHE?

nil r

'Further : Action
- Dulles was expected ; to-Teach
the military air transport serv
ice terminal in wasningwn a a-bout
bout a-bout 2 p.m. Lodge will continue
on to New York.
The president had nothing; to
say oti the morning conference,
but Dulles issued a .tatement
in which he said he and, the
chief executive wanted more
clarifylnir details from the, Is Israeli
raeli Israeli government on its' an announced
nounced announced willingness to withdraw
from some of tne non-israeii
territory.
Eban said in, Washington
last night that his Govern Government
ment Government wanted additional clari clarification
fication clarification of the position of the
United States.. i'
nulle. said the President a.
gain expressed today his "sense
nt linrencv for final congression
al action" on his "docDrme" for
the Middle East,; "'particularly
in view of the recent propagan propaganda
da propaganda by .the soviet Union against
gram." . "r
;XhcpiloY$hifl;,
Makes Back
In Red
uinaricm. Feb '16 (UP) The
Russian people- learned from a
back page announcement ui ww
Communist Party organ Prajda
today that Andrei Gromyko had
replaced Dimm omuuut h v
Atim minister. -"..v v
The announcement, appearing
at the bottom of the page also
told them tnai miaoiai x-anuu
a little known deDuty for'
.m 'mfnisV.r had been elevated
to Gromyko's old post, as first
deputy. .
the Russian people were
.rnri(t dlDlomats nere were
shocked The removal of ahag-gy-headed,-61-year-old
Shepllov
at such a critical time in the
Middle East situation caught
them unawares.- x-;
Western diplomats adopted a
wait-and-see attitude on just
what the sudden emergence of
the 47-year-old Gromyko In the
ton foreign poucy spot means.,
But their initial reaction was
that It meant no change In So Soviet
viet Soviet foreign policy no return to
the "tough" cold, war policy of
old Bolshevik Vyacheslav M. Mo Mo-lotov,
lotov, Mo-lotov, once Gromyko's boss.
In Jerusalem, israeu sources

said Gromyko's appoi ntmnU4 why he accepted the Uni Uni-might
might Uni-might mean a turn for the bet-, 'y of Virginia assirament
M I J m.mM k tk lftctKinfH writ

ter. They regarded it as a slao
at the Arabs since Shepllov had
played the part of Arab chem chem-plon
plon chem-plon in the current Middle East
situation while Gromyko helped

create the state of Israel when has none left to bother other peo peo-he
he peo-he was a U.N. delegate ia 194. pie with., ... .

UbTorvSplii
Dock
Strik
e booing
NEW YOBK, feb. 18-(UP)
An inter-union fplit hampered
enorts today to end the strike
oi East coast dock workers.
The dissension vbroke into the
open yesterday vfien leaders of
three powerful New York locals
of the International Longshore Longshoremen's
men's Longshoremen's Association' and a score of
their followers stormed from a
meeting of the Union's negotia
ting committee. ;
At the urglng'af TLA president
William Bradley; however, the
dissidents returned to the meet
ing ana, later,, agreed to resume
caucusing toaay.
Breaking out of the long
hinted dissension the most
dramatic development of the
strike assured continuation
of 'the walkout through the
weekend, at least. But 1 it was
possible that union negotiators
would meet late this afternoon
with i representatives of the
strikebound New York Chipping
Association.
. Bath sfdes were known to be
close to agreement on a new
contract.- Settlement of the dis dispute
pute dispute today, however, would not
get- cargoes moving since docfej
workers must receive weekend
work orders by Friday.
Yesterday's walkout by union
negotiators stemmed from a vote
in which- the TLA bargaining
committee agreed, oy a margin
of 131 to 60. to reconsider- an
emolover offer that had been re
jected Thursday. The dissenters
had- strongly opposed reconsid
eration of what tne snipping
Association called its imai oi
fer."
Author Faulkner
Says Virqinians
Are All Snobs
CHARLOTTESVILLE. Vs. (UP)
UNobel and Pulitzer Prize win win--
- win-- author William Faulkner
'ed his first day at the Uni-
jshj oi TirSian y
oe "Virginians are all snobs.
Faulkner, who is serving as res resident
ident resident writer at the university here,
held his first class today before
some II students and 30 specta spectators.
tors. spectators.
After the class. Faulkner- was
er said, "I like Virginia and Vir-
ginians. Virginians are all snobs,
like snobs. A snob has to spend
much time being a snob be

Keep

No-Cattle

, .... 1 -.
Defense Against f
Hoof-aridouth f

An ocean-to-ocean buffer zone will soon be estab established
lished established along Panama's border with Colombia to help A,
keeping hoof-and-mouth disease from attacking cattle lit
the Republic, the Canal Zone, Central America and the -United
States.
Decision to establish the four-mile deep transcon.ti
nental buffer strip was taken at the fourth meeting of the
management Committee of the International Regional Regional-Organization
Organization Regional-Organization for Plant and Animal Sanitation. The com com-mittee
mittee com-mittee is known in Latin America as CIRSA. J;
Panama's Minister of Agriculture, Commerce an'oT -'
Industry, Victor Navas presided over the five-day xonfeV:

ence which closes tdday at
member nations are the five
and Mexico.
Colombia will be asked

sanitaire' from coast to coast along her border with'.

Panama, in the region of the
Most countries in South Amer
ica are now affected c by hoof
and-mouth .disease. t AH coun
tries in Central 'America" and
VariW, A-s -rift BTPf rfraxwN't
- Mexico. snent millions several
years a tiumn out .tne ois
ease among, its nerqs. ,. ?,
. v:1' i
t A recent outbreak In Cura
cao N.WX, has focused at attention
tention attention afresh on the need for
strict control elsewhere.
No susceptible animal will be
permitted to exist in Panama's
sanitary border ;strlp.
chieflv affected are cattle,
pig and goats; but as the ter
ritory, is sparsely mnaonea iew
destructions of animals are
foreseen.
Besides the disease most
feared by cattlemen, the chief
current targets of CIRSA's ef efforts
forts efforts are: rabies, the Mediter Mediterranean
ranean Mediterranean fruit flv and locusts.
None of these have reached
Panama yet.
Costa Rlcan delegates told the
70-odd members and advisers at
th meetinar that the recen? out
break of rabies In the Guana-
caste and Liberia areas are un under
der under control after stringent con control
trol control steps.
Reportedly rahies naa oeen
present in the area for about
seven montns peiore its pres presence
ence presence was discovered.
(Panama and the Canai
Zone are now believed to be
the -only rables-fre areas in
this part ef the hemisphere.
Rabies Is still a reenrrinr
preblem in many parts of the
United States).
The Mediterranean fruit fly
which caused havoc in Florida
has showed up in conslderaole
numbers on the Central piateau
in Costa Rica. CIRSA is aiding
in Its extermination.
Several years aro. locusts ate
their wav throueh corn and
hean p.pods In Darts i Honauras,
Nicaragua and EI Salvador.
work started in 1955: the plague
is now being brought under con
trol
The sericulture ministers of
the aeven countries formed the
independent organization almost
thr vears aeo to eoorainate
control 'menres for plan and
animal health. -
rim-in consultations here
delegates saw movies of plant
and animal diseases common
lsewhere hut not yet affecting
Panama and Central America.
This is to aid euiek laenuiica
tlon if a d,"ef starts.
Amonr tbe 7 rmn w w-gates
gates w-gates and technicians at the
10" Sewer Line :.
To Be Installed'
At Cristobal
Th -intersection at Third
Street and fifth Avenue in Cris
tobal,- wuT be closed to tnrougn
traffic from Feb. It through
March 5, it has been annonrwed
by the Contract and Inspection
Division.
The intersection win be closed
for that neriod to permit the In
stallation of a 10-inch sanitary
sewer line which Is part of tne
Atlantic aewago disposal system,

JW J m

Curtain
Panarrra University.. Other.
Central American countries
X
to establish a similar "cordon-'
Atrato and Truando Rivers.
Zcmi!nsTc!d;
Rabfehdis F
In view of a recent outbreak of
rabies in Costa Rica frontier, Can Canal
al Canal Zone Health Bureau officials
have advised dog owners in the
Canal Zone to have vaccinated all
animals Which have not receiv-,
ed the anti-rabies innoculation with
in the past 12 months.
Since every dog was vaccinate!
in the Canal Zone last July dur
ing the annual anti-rabies inocular ''
tion campaign, the number of pets
needing the vaccine should be neg negligible.
ligible. negligible. The Canal Zone requires
that all dogs over four months of
age receive the anti-rabies vaccine
as a prerequisite 4o licensing and
registration,. ,
As sn additional precautionary
measure, the Canal Zone requires
that all dogs and cats brought iato
the Zone from off the Isthmus ba
subject to four-mentk quara4n
a J?f animl kenneU at CoroaJ
The report of rabies in Cnti i!
was received, by the Health
Bureau from the Psn-AmericsB
Sanitary Bureau, The outbreak be,
gan i in January and Airbccordanef
500 suspected dog- cases in Cut Cut-nacaste
nacaste Cut-nacaste Province and two human
deaths. A total 100 persons were
receiving inn-rabies treatment?
Costa Bica was one of the eetuW
rr ; r-i'
states ejtisens servinr as ad-
Tier to -chiefs of saissionC
U-8-' Dwrtment of Agrl-;"
eu"S ent an adviserT i
CIRSA's next technical meeW
tag u planned for Managua. Nl-
caragua. next July.
Managua la also tht head head-ouarters
ouarters head-ouarters of CIRSA, fuL-tima
director, Guatemalan entomolo entomologist
gist entomologist Jose Castro, and its assis assistant
tant assistant director, Nlcaraguan a-
gronomist A. Gonxalea. Botlx
meii received technical trairUnr
in the United States. ;
CIRSA operates, on a budget
of only $210.00t yearly, of
which 25 per cent is set asida
for emergencies. s -. '.
It. is an Independent organi organisation,
sation, organisation, though It works closely
with the OAS. PAO. Point 4 and
other cooperative efforts oa the
national level.
Radios Are Next
On List Of Paris' rih
Anti-Noise Mayor
BUENOS AIRES, Peh. 15 V?
The tne was muffled Paris
automobile horns- said today tba
next target ia his anti-eoise
paiga would be blaring radios
Mayor Pierre Jtuau nii vl
i his return to Paris fronv t- s
current good will mission to Scrr.a
America he would launch a r"
program to keep radios wttr. :a
normal speakiag volume and r"j
them from "enUrUinlni" the
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6ir:

May I eet Into this Mother No. 2, Father No. 1, Soldier No.
i, etc., etc., controversy? Let's look at both sides.
! I hare been on buses that carried service men and the lan language
guage language and subjects discussed was revolting. I have seen them
(Some Into the Clubhouses and try to take-over. .1 have seen
Jhem stop girls who were just children end try to date them.
1 have seen an angry lather come after two servicemen who
followed his l-year-old daughter into the hail way I their
ouse trying to proposition her. ' L
Ti Then I have seen hundreds of servicemen who conducted
.llhemselves as they should.
, The truth Is there are thousands of servicemen who behave,
to every hoodlum. But it is the bad one most people remem remember.
ber. remember. The Army or Navy has nothing to do with It. .They would
3e hoodlums before and after they got out el the service.
IT The statement that people do not like servicemen is not
true, for the very reason that over half of the civilians living

ja the Zone are ex-servicemen. Most oi uiem nave seen serv serv-fce
fce serv-fce overseas during war.
It But don't expect people to think you are a hero because
rjou are doing your hitch here in peace time. I learned that
'even during the war. Civilians living around Ft. Thomas. Ky.
Si. Sill and in Norfolk, Va., looked on us as creatures from an an-'Otber
'Otber an-'Otber world. It was the same in England and Prance. So don't
'expect to be babied. Any serviceman who comes to the Zone
!iii be treated and accepted as a fellow American.
:! Knr let.' loole st the other side of the picture.

j zonlan Mother No. 2 doesn't want her daughter contami-

ia&ted by a soldier. I wonder u ner aariing is one or tnosc
Hut thirst that-, nm around in a Tj&ir of faded leans that fit

Ser like the skin on a banana, revealing as well as concealing.
With a boy's shirt on with the tall hanging out. A. few years
Jago we ridiculed the Chinaman because he wasn't civilized to
iput his shirt tall in.
'T But feminine vanity must be met somewhere on these daiv
Bag so that the male sex will know that they are girls. You
could never tell It by their sloppy attire, so they use lipstick
and rouge, and wear earings. That way you know they are
girls. And are they ladylike? Ho Ho. Sugar and spices, etc.
Mature has left some thing out of the recipe lately. And the
young gentlemen from the Zone who do not want their ladles
'fair to mix with the vulgar servicemen. Have you ever been
3a the Clubhouse when a group of these Clubhouse cowboys
took over? With their levis at half mast Jhey act like a crowd
f extras in a movie mob scene. J-
Have you ever been In the Diablo Club house before and
during a ten thirty Friday night movie? Try to watch or hear
the picture. This bunch of hoodlums are not from the water waterfront
front waterfront or some mining town. They are supposed to be civilized

people. mey are not uneuucniea buuu wuu uu uw uwir
. . .1 ml.. m.m ZmmaI 7ah. nmith

srjSy B.TS OU1ME.'-- UCJ Jl- Wi dun V vw- vmiw mwmv j

i- High Sahool and Jr CWiege pupils. n
11 : it nichi hm a cooAidea lf some of the parents of these

ITOWClles go to a snow on rTway nignt. wnj joecause every
pother will say, "I know my child wouldn't act like that." Go
tip some night Mom, and find out.
i That Is both sides of the picture as I see it. Lord knows
the Canal Zoos brats are not angels. Neither can the G.I. ex ex-,tsct
,tsct ex-,tsct to approach every girl In the Zone as he would the girls
'm the cantlnaa and along J street.
If I have been both soldier and civilian and after living In
'the Zone for several years I find that obnoxious civilians can
aba as disgusting as soldiers and sailors.
It Xt isn't what your wearing that counts, it how you act.

Peter Edson

Washington

WASHINGTON, (NEA) The

Ditch of the home building Indus

try is that it is facing a disaster

just as real as 'the drought in the
southwest, and that the gov'ment

should ride to the rescue.

The drying ud of the land was

what ruined crops in the dust bowl.

The drying up of credit is said to
be ruining the housing business,
and the government's tight money
nnlirv heir reannnsihle.

Federal Reserve uoaro cnair cnair-man
man cnair-man William McC. Martin Jr., dis

agree with this, but George S.

Goodyear of Charlotte, N.C., presi president
dent president of the National Assn. of Home

Builders, says these things should
be done:

1. Raise the interest rate on vet

erans Administration ui Dome
building loans from 4 1-2 to 5 per

cent, which has been the Federal

Housing Administration rate since

Dec, 4. ..-.'- :

2. Authorize the U.S. Treasury

to buy 250 million dollars' more

stock in the Federal National Mort

gage Assn. This would, permit

FNMA to put out 10 times that a-

mount of money, or 2.5 billion

dollars in additional FHA building
loans. ,,: .''- :

3. Authorize the treasury to cre

ate another special two-biuion-doi-

lar assistance fund in FNMA, to
be used only for financing con construction
struction construction of low cost homes, mort

I gaged for $2,500 or less.

4. Since the Veterans Admini Administration
stration Administration GI home loan program is
due to expire in 1958, transfer it
to FHA with the provision that low
cost homes i mortgaged can be
made available with down 'pay 'payments
ments 'payments of $400 to $500.

As I See It

'Lr:

DOGS ABE NOT FOB HIM

J: I simply must tell one and all how much better1 life in the
gone has been since the demise of a lady's dog, as recorded In
recent Mail Box letter from her. The only pity Is that the
'faiotarUt who accounted for It couldn't have taken a couple of
itber curs to" canine .heaven at the same time.
i The lady frets because her little girl is now without her
'constant companion. Why didn't she give her a brother or sis sis-tiit
tiit sis-tiit to play with. Instead of a mangy, old animal? Or better
still, why not put a leash on her little girl, and let her fill
'tha void in her mother's little animal-loving heart?
J; While people were starving on the other side of the Fourth
iSf July, the lady was probably- lavishing chopped liver on her
'flear dog. Now she'll have a chance to practise some human
Jehartty, for a ghange.
!' She may miss the daschund or damhound she is lament lament-'inr
'inr lament-'inr but there are hundreds who will rejoice over his departure.
Uler letter tasked if the motorist who killed the dog was able

to ateepivell that night. I can t answer for him, but since i
: heard the rood news Tve been sleeping better than ever,
'i" if we could only exterminate' all those messy, noisy public
fansancs and Rive the Canal Zone back to human beings. Dog

lovers should aii move dslck to arro voioraao, wnere taey dc-

THERE WILL BE plenty of ob objection
jection objection to this program on the
ground that it is inflationary. The
U.S. Treasury would have to raise

the four billion dollars of addition additional
al additional capital either by borrowing it

which would increase the na

tional debt or by increasing taxes.
The home buildinc industry ra

phes that people need homes just

as mucn as they need superhigh
wsys and more education.- The
government is preparing to put
billions of dollar into road and
school construction programs. Whv

not into home building?

furthermore, araues Goodvear.

if inflation is so great a threat to
the country," why doesn't the Fed

eral Keserve Board put credit con controls
trols controls on evervthina?

If World War II's Regulation W

is too rough for now, why not use
the Korean period's voluntary ere
dit controls on time purchases?

Then raise taxes to soak tip ex

cess purcnasing power and put a

freeze on wages at the same

time.
"We have wage inflation now.1

says the plain-speaking Good-year 1

-uuuaing costs were up per

cent in lass and e per cent in 1956

He blames building trade wage
raises for most of the increase. He

says building costs can't come

down till wage rates level off and

the home building industry is giv

en an even break for the available

supply of lending money.

"Better Use cVBigger One Before I Do"

r

. mill. HJinin ii mtmh 11"' 1 A 'F'

Walter Winchell In Mew Yorli

Get Along, Little Dsg f Is

SCiUEAK VS. WIGGLE

and

S I re&d the comments made by a "Satisfied Virginian
-a to-called "Elvlsista," about Frankle Lymon.

. Democracy is for the mass, not for the few. C.F.N. Radio

; fetation belongs to a democratic government; therefore, it should

try to be much njtore democratic in its choice of selections to

.pe airea. Lyman record are no auierent irom rresjey s inas-
knuch as they both are typical Rock 'n Roll music and are
fcroducU of the U S A.
Ti To you, Elvisista; Have you ever read "Confidential" or
.rLowdown"? Yob Implied that Lymon is effeminate. Is Pres Pres-ley
ley Pres-ley 100 masculine? Where did he learn to wiggle his body?
!J should think that it Is better to be a fourteen-year-old lad
4th a girlish voice than to be a twenty-one year old man with
k womanish wiggle.
' To yon. Satisfied Virginian: If Lymon's music is rubbish,
then it stands to reason that Presley's is of the same calibre
'ince they both sing the same type of music.

uur -anuuauaui Buwjona in am eiiori U3 please the many
fferent tastes play both Presley's and Lymon music for all
vers of this modern type of music. Remember: Lvmon

rds make spectacular sales. (It seem a if thr in mitt

rfew who like his "rubbish.")
A Lymsa Faa

r

for preyenttag a revolution between us. My forefathers fought
for my constitutional rights, and I .have no intentions of re renewing
newing renewing It or beginning anoUMr.
j I have nothing (with that exception clear against CFN ra-

pnmaM. xu imc a enjoy une majority or them Immense Immensely.
ly. Immensely. But as a taxpayer I think the music should be selected,
ks mostly always, to give as both a chance to enjoy our favor favor-Its
Its favor-Its singers In the different fields of music and it's so rare I
bear a Negro Rock n Roll selection, I thought maybe they had
somethlnc against them, la particular. Frankle Lymon.

i iucTw ft ww wiuuxi my iiui to express the xact that
I thought It was because they were Nearoes.

THE WAY THE NAHB PRESI

DENT sizes up the situation, the
home Duilding industry is the only

Dusiness m me country on wnicn

mere are credit controls of any

kind. They are applied through the

tOA and va ceilings on home

mortgage Interest rates.

He doer not advocate that the
government housing interest rates

be raised to 6 per cent, nor that

the ceiling be taken off completely.
To do this would merely cause com competitive
petitive competitive borrowers to raise their in interest
terest interest rates to 7 per cent and the

situation would be just what it is

now, only worse.
With a S per cent interest rate

on government-guaranteed loans,
the housing industry thinks it can

get by. Also, 5, per cent is as much
as homeowners ought to pay.
BUT THI WAY the situation ap

pears to the home builders, is that

the big borrowers have all the ad

vanUffl. Hnilflinf? and loan aaan.

ciation would rather make on $20,v
000 mortgage loan than two for $10

ooo apiece.

Banks would rather loan a mil-,

lion dollars for one new office
building or a new industrial plant

than take the risk on 100 home

building loans of $10,000 each

That's why there's a heavy indus industry
try industry boom today while home build

ing slumps.

Furthermore, since most corpo corporation
ration corporation are in the 52 per cent in

come tax bracket and can deduct

their interest payments, a pa pa-cent
cent pa-cent loan really only costs a big

business 3 per cent.
These are Just a few of the rea reasons
sons reasons why the home buildin in

dustry which claims it is the sec

ond largest business ia the coun country
try country if you include all its suppliers

4 crying ior seip.

i Of course I understand there arc established Negro singers
? "? ft over CFN. but I wu referring to Rock n
rod. I feel tlvey Should be riven a rJtamw mnA t th.v- rru

for doing so. And as for the Presley fan. I like Elvis too. but
I wanted to hear Elvis and Frankle Lymon. -.
Very Mack Satisfied

9

BROADWAY
The Big Apple's big buzz is a

bout Ruth White of "The Happiest

Millionaire." She turned down the

meatiest role in Tennessee Wil
liams' new nlay. "Orpheus Des

cending," because it conflicted
with her religious belief. . Henry
Fonda rejected a percentage deal

to star in the "Stage struck" mo movie.
vie. movie. For a straight salary of $250,-

000. .. Edward G. Robinson is

still sizzling at NBC execs. Because

he was asked "personal questions"
on the "Tonight" premiere. .Hol .Hollywood's
lywood's .Hollywood's Ann Blyth has an article

in Motion Picture slapping oacx at
the scandal mags. .-. Chas. Van
Doren, who won $122,000 to date on
a quiz shew, may get luckier. The
sponsor promised to contact the
Tax Dept. regarding paying him
over a 3 year span. . Eydie Gor Gor-me,
me, Gor-me, the song star, denied the talk,
that she will wed singer Steve
Lawrence. . Gina Lollobrigida
(waiting for the Baby) is staying
indoors because she is sure her
nose will grow longer after she
gives birth. "It happened," she

said, "to Silvana Mangano!"
Elvis Preslty's manager Col
Parker was visiting 20th Century Century-Fox
Fox Century-Fox publicity chief Harry Brand,

who quipped: "Your boy Elvis is

going into the Army. Can't he give

us one of the many s in his
name so we can give it to Lizbeth
Scott?". .Russ Tamblyn, 20, one

of the MGM's dancing stars (his

18-year-old bride is divorcing him),

has a new forgetter. Her name is
June Holding, the thrush. Insiders
say the reason for the splituation

some cheesecake photos Mrs.Tam

blyn posed for in a mag: .Things

I just found out: That Patti Page

was one of several who used that

name when the sponsor was the

Page Milk Co. A Tulsa,' Okla. pro

gram. . Mary Stuart (the first

Patti Page; is now the heroine on

CBS "Search For Tomorrow".

Lena Home's pretty daughter Gail
is grownup enough to date Har Harvard's
vard's Harvard's Hrold Scott. -.Knockville
heart that "Tonight" is divorcing

"some oi ui columnists."
a
Radio Rewgves ars stiff tch tch-tchlrtg
tchlrtg tch-tchlrtg sver thex salty joke ArUns
"rands Uld at ths NBC-Madison
AvBitoe sd man's luncheon. .
Palm Beach is svrs sctrsst Phyl Phyllis
lis Phyllis Ryoar will became Mrs." Paul
Butlar. He's the pels-player mil millionaire.
lionaire. millionaire. .Top ieckey Arcare in.
vested part sf his many winnings
in Don Amichi'i ypceming
play, "Holiday Per Levers". .
B a that ball star Cericy Devils and
Arlent Adams (ef the Cod fray
troupe) trad slaied leeks at
Chataau Madrid. . Clawsette
Thernton (Bine Crssby's Isedine
lady a fan saltan eae) pret prettier
tier prettier than matt film favorite, but
can't get e break e-gain. She
ia a salasledy when she isn't stu studying
dying studying te be a realtor. . Jeanne
Woodward is Pan) Nivmii'i
currant .favertte. Mrs. Newman
(h-em whem he is estranged )
dee net blame Jeanne. . Brit British
ish British critic wont wild ever Ths
Clri Cant Hala It." They cheer-

ed Jayne Mansfield as "a tri triumph
umph triumph of matter ever anlnd"
The Mersing MaJI: "Theatre
Royal, Dublin: Dear WW: Some Sometime
time Sometime back you did your best to
get m a a break at The Palace

oa Broadway. But they were a-

fraid to take a chance. Thia thea-l

ter (where I em sew) seats O00

sad is known as the English com

ic's graveyard. I am enclosing a

clipping which calls me a thor-i

oughly experienced cemediaa and
certified that I bed them ia the

rjalm ml an has! I am BMrline it. I

to yoe will know you didn't ge

verboard on me. Seme day I shall

return ce Broadway and try agara.i

I am sore if The Palace had book booked
ed booked sna I would have pleased them. I
Thanks for trying to kelp. Bud
Ritchie' i
Oene Kofly aad kls wife (Betsj

w

Blair) re seen together a lot in

the Hollywood places. Intimates

hopes their 15-year-old daughter
will make their dates permanent
. .The Maurice Dukes parted.
Duke produced most of Mickey Roo Roo-ney's
ney's Roo-ney's recent films. . Patricia Pow

ell, socialite starlet at 20th, is driv driven
en driven to work in a limousine "and al
ways carried a wad of tiooo".

That studio's Frank McCarthy (an
exec) is actress Barbara Rush's
most persistent shadow. . .Jane

Wyman's use-to-be (Fred Kareer)

now belongs to Arthur Murrav tu-

xor uorotny simon, . Julie Lon

don inherits a spread in Life maa

Probably with Gene Lester's "Cal

enaar Girl"rart which embellishes
he bit albilm. V. Conan ; Dovle's

theirs plan a suit 'against author

Mi"" naiiace ana ms unusn puo-

usners because in his book ("The
Fabulous Originals") the author
states "many of Doyle's plots for

aneriocK uoimes were furnished
by J. Bell of Edinburgh."
At the Left Bank last night

someone remarked that Mrs. Ca Caviar
viar Caviar Cugat (Abbe Lane) is ever ever-shadowing
shadowing ever-shadowing her famous husband.
"Remember" was the comment,
"when Cugie was se much bigger
than Abbe?". ."I can remenv
bar," giggled another, "when Cu Cugie
gie Cugie was bigger'n Desl Arnazl"
. . .Columnist Shailah Graham
is jotting down note for her
book. Mainly about her long ro romance
mance romance with novelist P. Scott
Fitzgerald. .Only a few months
ago the Metro crowd faared
"Raintree County' would be a
flop. So producer David Lewis
was given the well-known freeze
by the Fa's Friand Praternity
. . He was taken off "7th Sin"
.and studio ,1'pla" evoldad hint
,'. .Laat week i'Raintrae" was
previewed and the. audience lov loved
ed loved it. Now the Metre menagerie
is talking to him again. .Jack
Carson is reported carrying a
largs flame for his eatrangad
wife, Lola Albright. Visit her
movie studio commissary daily
hoping things mand.

The Slim Profile of the famous
Movado Automatic 331 the most
alandar and stylish aall-winder
mad.

The Thick Profile of the vauat
automatic watch.
Movado Automatic a 331 has eon
quarcd th whpl world, by Its ala ala-gant
gant ala-gant styling, of court, but also by
ha proverbial prodaion.
Why Is H mere sccerate than
ether automatic watchaa? Ba Ba-ceuaa
ceuaa Ba-ceuaa Its component parts tiave
been planned aa a who! by th Mo
vado nglnr who have succae
' dad in making the balance and earral
eaceptionelty large (patentee system
tncrtaaing secisioe stilt anore).
hecks e1faated. The phroting
centre ot tho oacfllating wvtght le
sfotacted aflainat stocks by the
famous elastic S b a ring (patae
tad). Thia ia ueeally the most vut
serabie point in eutoaaatlc wetches.
afJlOVADO
el. Rat. S6X sold ilea,

Movado watches art told and serviced by hading Jewelers
aa over the world. In Hew York it's Tiffany's and in'
Panama its Casa FastUch,

THE

DUTY

FRED

GTonn

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161 CENTRAL AVENUE, PANAMA

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PIAIION

WASHINGTON Diplomatic ob observers,
servers, observers, looking over the entire
calling list of Arab visitors here

during the past two weeks,' chalk
up a plus mark for Mr. Dulles's

efforts to woo the Near East

Charles Malik, the Christian for

eign minister of Lebanon, Abdul
Ilah, the pro-British Crown Prince

of Iraq, and Kina Saud. the wav

cring. onetime friend, of Colonel

Nasser, all were part of an at attempt
tempt attempt to box in the army colonel

in fegyut whom Dulles once pick

ed as America's best friend, but

wno nas turned, out to be Russia's
best friend.- - s .-. .
v Biggest diplomatic victory was
scored by none of the above, but
by little Prince Maahhur; 3Vi-year-old
son of King Saud. The
generous outpouring of gifts and
good will to the little Prince
warmed the heart ef his father
more than all the regal recaps
tions and stste dinner parties
given in his honor, elegant as
these were.
The- fact the American people.

spontaneously contributed aU sorts
of presents and deluged the little

boy with get. well messaaes. touch

ed the King's heart and convinc

ed mm that the American people
had no designs on his country, 1

wis staff purchased two extra

trunks to carry the load of copy copybooks,
books, copybooks, miniature racing cars, and
other knickknacks the American

public sent to the hospital.

in audition to this, the Kins

was aeugnted with the USArang-

ing from his talks with Ike to Ga-

li-Gah, the magician, who spoke

in Arabic at the Arbian-American

Oil Co. dinner given him at the
Mayflower Hotel, to the fact that

John f oster Dulles asve him

practically all of what he wanted

from the United States.;
THE KING'S BROTHER
Dulles's real problem, however,
is going to be after King Saud re returns
turns returns home.

The King's influential brother.

now acting as Lord Chamberlain ia!

his absence, is intensely anti-western
and proNasser. i ,.
In addition. Nasser has manao.

ed. to infiltrate the Saudi Arabian
Army, with pro-Egyptian officers,
thanks to the Egyptian military

mission stationed in Saudi Arabia.
This is whv Dull' twillv r,t

sending more arms to Saudi Ara-

oia is so risKy. unances are they
Will vntliallv fall Intn. thm k.nH.

Of the- Bro-Naaser rlinn inaiH. tho

aauai Arabian. Array .which ; has

me support oi tne tung's brother.

The Kinff hirrtaelf wnt. hnm

glowing with praise for the USA-I

However ne is almost oiino, reads
onlv that which hi a arivir viva

him, and naturally is subject to

ail sorts of pressures. ; ;

In the Past, he advanrrl nil rnv.

altiea tn hln Naaar hiiv arm

from Russia, also advanced mon

ey to naaser when the Egyptian
budget was low, and just recently,
while en route to Washington,
stopped off in Cairn whr h

promised money to balance the

Jordanian budget.

Today the King's own budget ia

low, and he is asking mora aid

from the USA. This puts Mr. Dul

les in somewhat the position of

sipnoning money from American

taxpayers, indirectly, tor pay for

itussian arms sent to gypt.

FRIENDLY CROWN PRINCE
The Crown Prinr of Iran whn

some day will rule hi oil-rlrh na.

tion, was completely friendly to

ine u&A before be arrived.

He and hi rtnvmm ant liatra.

been hoping that the United States
would join the Baghdad Pact of

which Britain is a member, togeta.
er with Turkey and Pakistan.
. ni, a.'-s: ;..,, ' ;
The Prince sounded one note of
warning, however, -i
He told President Eisenhower
and" John Foster Dulles that Iraq,':
which has already lined up wita :
the west, 'expects and r deserved
better treatment than Saudi -Ara

bia. which has ooenlv backed CoL

Nasser. (
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, DIPLOMATIC PIPELINE
' -' " 1 "
' NKr haa aervMl nntii nit thai

United Nations that Egypt will not
put up a single penny for clearing
the Suez .Canal. It was J Nasser
t. J J 1L ." lJs "1

and derricks dumped into the Ca

uui, uui ne says ine west wiu
have to pay for clearing it if they
Want, tn na hia ivatjiruratf R.

suit: Uncle Sam will probably ,pick

Kinir Saud trier! tn nemnarta Hin.-

hower that other Asian leadews,-

including wasser, should be invit invited
ed invited to the White House,, He thought
it imnnrtant fnr them, tn eiva

personal assurances that the Unit- ''

ea oiaies nas no, aesigns on tns
Near East. .King Saud ordered
60 air-conditioned Cadillacs from
Detroit,? They will have special
interiors' u bulletproof glass, and
some will have gun mounts. . .'.
British Defense Minister Duncaa
Sandys dropped hints at the Pen Pentagon
tagon Pentagon while visiting here that the
British are thinking of pulling out
of Cvnrua and tiirninor it over, tn

NATO as a military base. If so,
the U.S. would probably have the
problem of ironing out the Greek Greek-Turkish.Brltish
Turkish.Brltish Greek-Turkish.Brltish imbroglio. ...Ths

Russians are reported sending a-
hoilt. HO millinn wnrth nt arms.' tit

the tiny desert kingdom of Yemen
to encourage attacks on the Brit British
ish British protectdrate of Aden. The Rus Russians
sians Russians are pouring arms in so fast
that the Vemen Arm v lrar)v haa

three or four guns for each indivi-

uuai soiaier. . ea unina nas
sneaked across a very important
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pujuucai iraue ueat wim; ueyion.

once a bastion of British defense.

Cevlon will ahtn t ha find nn nnn

tons of rubber at premium prices,
while Red China will chin YVvlnn

270,000 tons of rice at four cents

a pouno.

DEAL ON KEY ISLANDS
Secreatarv Dulles ; nnllerl mmi

fast-talking backstage diplomacy

before making public his demand
that Israel withdraw from the Gulf
ofVAqab; t t ta.v.'. tr.v

Israel is holding the Wdslands.

once used by; Egypt to blockade
Israeli shinnine. and Qullea U He-

manding that Israel; five them

oaca to gypt. r ;
However, Dulles made a secret
deal with Kins Sand nf Sanrli Arm-

bia while in Washington to guaran

tee mat gypt won t renew the

oiocxade.
The key island in the narrow A.
qaba Straits belongs to Saudi Ara Arabia,
bia, Arabia, not Egypt. King Saud had per permitted
mitted permitted Ecvnt to atatinn trnnna n

the island to block Israeli ship shipping,
ping, shipping, but Dulles got King Saud'a
promise that he will hot allow E-
gypt to use the islands for conti continuing
nuing continuing the blockade if Israel with withdraws.
draws. withdraws. "
News of this, secret deal wat
passed to UN Secretary Dag Ham Ham-marskjold.
marskjold. Ham-marskjold. Hammarskjold t h e s
held a aerret. Anfaran-a with t-

raeli Ambassador Abba Eban and

WIU SI11U 111 AISlaT AS Iff M Ull SfVI ti rSS

He assured Eban that Egypt will
nerm It freerin'm nf navivatinn aft

er the Israelis withdraw.

Israel however, is still under understandably
standably understandably skeptical. It has sees
too much cooperation between E
gypt. and Saudi Arabia in the past.

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David McDonald Slated For Second 4-Year Term Heading Steelworkers

PITTSBURGH (UP) David J.
McDonald was In line for his sec second
ond second four-year terra today as presi

dent of the 1.2 million-member

United Steelworkers Union.
An unofficial tally of the union's
first contested presidential elec

tion recently showed Mc Donald

won handily, but iie was presented
with surprisingly strong protest
vote.
His only opponent Donald C.
Rarirk, a rank and file steelwork steelwork-er
er steelwork-er who -campaigned in a limited
area for only four months with
hardly any organization and with
funds donated by men from the
ranks, received an unexpectedly
good sized vote,-, i

The latest United Press tabula tabulation
tion tabulation of unofficial returns from
about 750 of the union's 2,700 lo locals
cals locals gave McDonald 148,515 votes
and Rarick 63,330. t
Many pf the union's big locals
were not represented in the count.
Additional i substantial, returns
were not expected to be an announced
nounced announced by district headquarters,
which mail the ballots to interna interna-tionol
tionol interna-tionol headquarters here for .the
official tabulation by elected tell-
No date was announced for the
official tabulation, but the union
constitution requires the results be

announced by : May 1

Pittsburgh and other "Pennsylvania
steel centers and areas ') such as
Youngstown, Ohio, J. and Buffalo,
N.Y., where he did most of his
campaigning.

It appeared he also may win tn
District 16 here which includes
McDonald's "home; local.
The opposition to McDonald and
his international administration
was sparked by a $2 a month
dues increase voted by the USW
convention at Los Angeles last
September. An international Dues
Protest Committee was formed

with Rarick as chairman. Later

ithe committee put Rarick up as a

Rarick showed his strength in 1 candidate for president.

Rarick hurled chargei of "unio

racketeering" in his campaign
and demanded "return of th un-7.
ion to the rank and file."
He said today his organizatio
urnnlH not disband in the event th

formal vote tabulation goei

against him.
"This international administra-
Hon is doing nothing for the meiu
Grievances are piling up at th
local level. The men can't eveif
get to see their top staff officers,';
he said. 4
"We intend to make sure out
organization stays together. W
will start working at the local
level." . u-

, ii-mt" v snn'iniwiv rnmmuuief of the 1806th' AACS

v OroS'n T Albrook AFB, was Tecenitly presented the Commenda-
&mb by MaJ Gn.-
SUwSff ccommunications'tserv&e. Broadaway v re-
f cved thlcornmsrHlation forhta ab e direction "igbV and :
' Rftirressive action- as Commander of the 1823d AACS oroup,
which natol.theUnl1,.Sttae4
Strategic Communicatlona System on atheduie

(Vhite"Hou$e Denies President

Thr

Cuban Eye, For Eye'

Campaign Nets Third

Terrorist In 6 Days

HAVANA,1 Feb. 16 -u (UP)-The

governments "an eye for an
eye" campaign against terrorists

todav netted its third victim in

six davs. s

At the tame time, police offered

a S5.000 reward for information

leading to discovery of bomb
factories or conviction of the
authors of terrorist acts.
This step, without precedent in
Cuban political history, was an announced
nounced announced by police chief, Brig.
Gen. Hernando Hernandez at a
press conference.
Hernandez accused "criminal
hands abroad" (presumably a
reference to exiled former Presi President
dent President Carlos Prlo Socarras) of
"subsidizing the vile (terrorist)
proceedings" in Cuba. He said
police were working 1 night and
day to end the terrorism.
The bullet-riddled body of an
unidentified man was found in a
.park in suburban El Cerro with
an unexploded bomb resting on
his chest. The bomb was com composed
posed composed of six sticks of dynamite.
i i Similar corpses have been found
previously In the Vedado and Mir
amar suburban districts.' The two
otherr victims also appeared to
have been carrying bombs.
A Discovery of the third body was
nrftceded bv a bomb' blast late

last night in the Vedado district
in;' which two, persons were
Injured. r.H h "'
. A second;-.jjiomb'--explosionf was

prefeted.whie a ;paUce 4ieuten-.
ant nfestigating' -the first explo

sion spotted, a smoking package
underneath) a. 4 parked cari He
snuffed .out: the fuse of the second

bomb, composed of six sticks of

dynamite. ;
It -was the. 12th bomb explosion

When North' redoubled West,

East was not unduly alarmed.

True," he held only one race
-irH th niiopn nf hearts, but

Jie did have three four-card

suits, surely west coma run w
one of them and nothing bad
could happen. East passed and
waited for West to get out of his
own mess.

When West passed also,-East
knew that he was a dead duck,

but it wag too late to bid some something.
thing. something. AH he could do was auf auf-fer.
fer. auf-fer. : '

west's heart lead was also un

fortunate. It trapped East's

nueen. South won and went

blithely about the business of
pulling West's trumps. He had
to lose to the ace and queen, of
course, but picked up the three
little Ones. A successful finesse
took care of the diamond king,
and he had to lose to the club
ace. The score of 1.&70 points points-representing
representing points-representing 120 for one spade

redoubled, su ior maxiiie wie

contract. 1.20ft for three over

tricks and 500 for rubber--wag
satisfactory, to sav the least.

West Inveighed bitterly against

his luck, out. ne naa no one 10
blame but himself. He had com

mitted two bridge crimes, and

while the punishment was se

vere it was certainly well merit
ed.

All he really held were the
spades, and he should have pass

ed instead of doubling. Then
his leave-In of the redouble was
horrendous. lie would have been

in trouble at any bid. but If he

had tried one no-trump his

nartner could then have escap

ed Into clubs or diamonds wlthr

out, catastrophe.; R rfl,

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in Greater Havana alone since the

government of President Fulgen
cio Batista suspended constitu

tional guarantees and imposed
censorship a month ago today to
combat terrorism.

THOMASVILLE, Ga., Feb. 16
flXP) The White House said to today
day today that a British M.P. "must be
misinformed" in his belief that
President 'Eisenhower threatened
Great Britain with economic re reprisals
prisals reprisals .during the, Suez crisis.
White House Press Secretary
James C. Hagerty denied an accu accusation"
sation" accusation" that the President used

'-'cavalry barracks" language in

talking with former British Prime

Minister .Anthony EOen Dy trans,
atlnntip telenhone.

' ,"I have- never known the Presi President
dent President to use. such language," Hag-

erty said. -, .-.-'-. t1-
The i charges came from
Viscount' Hinchlnebrooke. a Con

servative member of the House of

Commons. '
j'l think the, VtecpunT mW f
misinformed," Hagerty said."
Meanwhile, the President's
Physician. Mai. Gen. Howard

, McC. Snyder, aaid that the bright

tieorgia sun ana warm tempera temperatures
tures temperatures ', appeared to be having a
beneficial effect on Mr. Eisenhow Eisenhower'
er' Eisenhower' "acratchy"-throat v
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jht Presidcjnt has been annoyed
for some time by a slight cough
and his doctor felt today that long
hours in the sun, playing golf or
shooting quaQ, would clear up the
condition.
Snyder thought that the Presi President's
dent's President's cough stemmed from a cold
e developed during the in a u guru'
- ceremonies last month, plus ev
posure to dust during the Presi President's
dent's President's recent; drought inspectioi
trip in the Southwest
Mr. Eisenhower 4 was coughing
noticeably as he played golf today
on the Glen Arven Country Club
course, but he looked to be in ex excellent
cellent excellent physical condition. '.
Hagerty -said the President wa

"feeling fine" and in
thlM -

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early afternoon, then returned to
the Humphrey estate for lunch, a
rest and another, telephone consul consultation
tation consultation with the-Secretary of State

John Foster Dulles, 'is,;

Danish War Bride

nio Home

01 Eranged Spouse
r NEW YORK (UP) A beautiful
Danish war bride said today she's
going to hustle right down to
Memphis,' Tenn., and move in
with' her estranged husband until
he lives up to the terms of their
separation, agreement. i
, Mrs. Kirsten .Coscia, .28,' of-Co.
penhagen, arrived here bjr plane
today. f '
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1 At issue, said-the : red-haired

beauty, are the provisions for

custody of their child, Marx, 3V,
granted in a separation agreement
in Danish courts. She said .she
and her husband had been as assured
sured assured by. a Tennessee attorney
that the agreement is (as binding
in Memphis at it- is in Copen-

Attend Church this Sunday
AT THE

FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH

BALBOA HEIGHTS,; C. Z.

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; 9:30 BIBLE SCHOOL Classes 411 ages
Dr.-Ripfc Eichenberger Speaking
f0:4jl.MORNIN0 .WORSHIP
."CONVERSION and CHARACTER"
- Pastor W. H. Beeby ;

6:30 BAPTIST TRAINING UNION
7:30-rEVANGELISTIC SERVICE
Dr. "Ralph Eichenberger Wycliffe Translator's
THE POWER OF THE CHRISTIAN"
"'" V Pastor W. B. Beeby
Everyone Welcome Nurtery Provided
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The Church away from home, with a welcome
. fy Just as friendly" ......

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Mr. Eisenhower plaved 18 holes

during the morning with a fav favorite
orite favorite Washington sidekick. George

E4 Allen; William E. iiobmson.

. Under Its terms, the child's
father." James Coscia, 35, a Mem-
tvliia ii,(iiiarian tmetsf' tvfc hua iKa

v ctri isj n asiu vrv mmtc ii
child with him twice a 'year for
one month. Mrs. Coscia said the

agreement provided that a mem member
ber member of her family should accom

pany the child to eare for him.

'Therei'she Said, Is the rub.
'Coscia, the little boy and Mrs.
Coseia's sister. Mrs. Birget Scbar-

ling, left Copenhagen; last- Sunday
for Memphis, she said. .- i

"On Toesday night, my sister

"fir notified me that my husband

would cot permit her In our home

H. (Jock) Whitney, the new U. S.
ambassador to -the United King Kingdom.
dom. Kingdom. .--....

The temperature was la the

in Memphis and had taken the
child away from her in direct vio

lation of our agreement,? Mrs,

Coscia id

president of CocaCola, and JohnL- '.'My- little .boy doesn't under

stand any English and the poor
little rhildMs all by himself.-I'm

ftn sick, because my husband.

ahhoueh he- loves the- bov) toea't

high sixties, brilliantly dear and j know bow to take eare of him.
sunny. . 4 I Angrv and on the e r e e of
There were wired rumors as'to'tears. Mrs. Coscia aaid: "When I
fchrn the President would return; arrive in Memphis, I'm going to
10 Washington. He apparently has .stay tit my home. It is my house
lot act a firm return date, but it as well at his. If my .husbana
fill be between ext?Sunday and, doesn't agree to give me Mark,
ate next week. Hagerty said the i n have to, get a lawyer and 0
Presideot, according to present in ito court. ; i V-. O f
lications. would refill in o Tras-j That" take money,' Mrs. Coscia
sry Secretary George H. Hum Isaid. and she hasn't aoy. Her. ais-p'ir-;'s
pln(a!ion into next ter, fhe aid. is staving at hotel
wk. ; in Memphif'and is ""virtually pen-
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tT.T. GEN. (RET.) AND MRS. FAY B. PRITCHETT

Witt. SPEND WEEKEND EN FAMILtE AX EL VALLJG
t Six of th: seven Miller children will accompany their parents Col. and Mrs. Frank D.
Miller and their grandparents Maj. Gen. (ret.) and Mrs. Fay B. Pritchett to El Valle to
-'wend, this weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Leon Greene,
t Get and Mrs. Pritchett, who are Mrs. Miller's parents arrived here Wednesday. They
will stay with the Millers at their Kobbe quarters until they leave to return to their home
i iS'pritcMtt) who' Is national treasurer of the Daughters of the U.S. Army will be a
apecial rucst at the monthly luncheon of the organization's -local chapter, which will be
(bald at the Tivoli Guest House next Tuesday.

after which tbcy will return to

Mety-Campagnani

Wtddinf
. nc Marta Euaenia Campaena-

ni,Tejada. aaugnier oi u su Maryt Sch-0,

their home in Plymouth, New

Hampshire.

u r.tor Camoaffnani will be

come the bride of Mr. D a n a l d

Club, had their Coffee at the NCO

Open Mess last Wednesday morn morn-mi;.
mi;. morn-mi;. Mrs Burch, president, wel

comed Mrs. Ann Curtis as a new

member -Mrs. Lorraine Forbes .as

a guest.

The Club will hold their Month Month-iy
iy Month-iy Social on Tuesday evening Feb.

26 at 7:30 p.m. Mrs.' Bonnie Mur-

Will Hold Baxaar
Ct Mo.,'. C,kuil ...ill UnlA

j Mlfa HU1 J g Will UV1U a UB-
Hoey, son of Mr. and Mrs (xeorgelzaar on tJieir school grounds in
u Ttnev of Minneapolis, Misnn. at R.ihn. svh 5 Moii i .ni

tin Iglesia del Carmen Church this The nour8 are M0 e t 0

evening at 6 o clock. the first day when it will be from rell, Program Chairman, promises
;The bride will wear a gown ot 1 4:30 io p.m. an interestng evening of entertaln-

ehantilly lace Wltn coroneL V.L' The folloving are the booths ani ment during the course or which

pearls and Drmiams nowmg iv thelr chairmen or co-chairmen:
el illusion. She will carry a bou- fishpondMr. and Mrs. A. E.
ut of white orchids. Greene- hotdogs hamburgers
. The rihgbearer will be Antonio cakes, Mrs. Filo, Mrs. Thompson,
Manuel Arias. Gracielita Arias c. Mrs. Reynolds and Mrs. Trimble:
will be flower girl. Trainbearers grab bag, Mrs. Rose DiBiase; lin-

viill be Mercedita Morales G. and
Vjvian Eskildensen A.
Godnarents will be Mr. and Mrs

Campagnani, Mr. and Mrs. Roge

liAJinss Jr.. Mr. ana inrs. n 1 1

fred Eskildsen, Mr. and Mrs. Jose

ilrias. Miss Esperanza Tejada,

Mriand Mrs Pablo Vargas Miss

Pilar Porcel, Mr. and Mrs. Hector

valdes, Mr. and-Mrs. Jonn Hoey

and Mr. and Mrs. George Hoey.
iAfter the ceremony a reception

will be given by the parents of

ttte bride.

Mrs. Raymond Ferris
JMrurns Te States
Mrs. Raymond T. Ferris, wife

ftt the former Dean o fSt. Luke's

Cathedral returned to Nashville,

Teen. yesterday after spending a!

. vacation here as the houseguest of

Jir. and Mrs. John Palmer Smith

jr.

'The evening before her departure

the Bishop of the Panama Canal

Zone and Mrs. Reginald Heber

Gooden gave a cocktail party in

her honor at Fort Amador Offi-i

cars' Open Mess. Members of St.
Luke's Cathedral and their wives

attended.

snacks or sweets and coffee

be served.

will

en booth, Mrs. Hans Omenitirh-

novelties- and flowers. Mrs. Karser

and Mis. Weichman; parcel post. at 87-6144

hub. ueneueiu: son arinKS. Mr. I

nooen, iranan, Mr. Thomas, Mr.
Joe Rosales.
General Co-Chairmen for the ba ba-livan
livan ba-livan and Mr. Charles Williams,
zaar are Mr. Fred Mohl, Mr. Sul-
There will be free Door Prizes
nitely which requires the person Ic
be present to win.
All are invited to attend this ga
la bazaar and bring their children
for a wonderful time for all.

Any newcomers or non-members
who have not been contacted and
would like further information con concerning
cerning concerning the Club may call Mrs.
Bowers at 87-4298 or Mrs. Harrell

SHOWER FOR CHARITY Mrs. Gladys Ades (right), was
honored this week at a shower of baby clothes which will be
sent to .'poor children in Israel. : Hostess for the affair was
her mother Mrs. Margaret Amar (center). President of the
Womens' International Zionist Organization (WIZO) of Pan Panama,
ama, Panama, Mrs, Lilly Blumberg (left) looks at the collection" of baby
clothes which the organization will send. The affalr was held,
at Cub Coco de Mar and was attended by over 50 ladies. i ...
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Son Bias Missionaries Will
Appear At Curundu Churchy

The Rev. and Mrs. Claudio 1-1 Church beginning f eu. 24. tnroug!
glesias of the San Bias Islands will' March 3. Mission work from many

tell of their work and snow color-: oi me missions nere in rauauu

Doctor, Wife, Sons
To Be Presented
At baptist Church

Ft. Clayton
N.C.O. Wives
The Ft. Clayton

NCO Wives'

Engineer' Film

To Be Shown
Monday at Balboa

During the Sunday services at

! the First Baptist Church in Bal

boa Heights, Dr. and Mrs. Ralph

w. ticnenbereer and their sons.

Philip and Mark, will be present-j

ea to tne congregation. Dr. Eicn Eicn-cnberger
cnberger Eicn-cnberger will speak during the1

ed slides tomorrow evening at

7 o'clock at the Curundu Protes

tant Church. Rev. and Mrs. Igle Igle-sias
sias Igle-sias have been working on the Mu Mu-latuppu
latuppu Mu-latuppu Island since 1950. On the
island they have started a mis mission
sion mission school. This school last year
had some 85 students in grades one
througn six. Both Mr. and Mrs. I I-glesias
glesias I-glesias teach in this school along
with doing missionary work there
and among the other islands of the
San Bias.

The work of Protestant mission missionaries
aries missionaries was begun by the brother of

Aev. Igleslas, Dr. and Mrs. A. L

Iglesias. Sunday School enrollment

on the various islands has gone

beyond 2100. Two new mission

; stations have been opened with

will be presented during the week.

The work of New Tribes Mission,1

' Each notice tor inclusioa in this
column theuld ; submitted ia
typewritten form ami mailitf o
the box number lltttd daily in 'So
(ill ind OtHorwiio," or dollverad
by hand to the oHice. XoticM of
meefinit cannot t be acceotod by
tolephono. . v-

Medical Association
Moots Tuesday

The 602nd meeting of the Medic-j

al Association of the Isthmian Ca

nal Zone will be held in War 17,

Gorgas Hospital, on Tuesday, Feb.

19, at 7 p.m,
The following Scientific Program
will be presented: i v .,
(1) Film: -"Endotrachiat Anes Anesthesia,
thesia, Anesthesia, by Dr. Grace Stuart, Gor,

gas Hospital. ; 1
i (2) .'Synopsis of Poliomyelitisi

Epidemic, 1956," by Dr. C- H.

Glines.. Gorgas Hospital

I A buffet dinner preceded bv re-l

freshm,rnts will be served by ourl

caterer,. Mr. Wallace, at 7 p.m i
The regular meeting and Scientific

Program will follow. .

Unrest In Brazil

State May Postpone

US Military Plans

RIO DE JANEIRO. Feb. 1 (UPV

American and Brazilian officials

agreed today that continued po-i
litical 'unrest in the northern Bra-

Wycliffe Bible Translators, 'Sudan zllian state of Alagoas could post

Interior Mission, LEAL (Liters-; pone Indefinitely United States

tura Evangelica para America La

una ), Latin American Miss., Cen

tral American Mission, Methodist,

and Gospel Missionary Union will

be presented. Missionary films
colored slides, literature tables.

display tables, special music wil

be a part of the week s conference.

Sunday School hour at :30 and many more islands calling for mis

me evening icrvice i cao as wen! gions

as assist
at 10:40.

What's In A Name?

Pigeon Takes Over
N.Y. Courtroom

WASHINGTON. Feb. 18 (UP)

The Treasurv Cenartmnnt asked

buuKieaa luutiy io increase me in

terest rate on series "E" and "H

savings bonds from 3 to 3V4 ner

Mnt 1 1 Vnn.it Inn.i.n ..1..

VV.MV- w www, AHgujf paica.
It, sent the House and Senate a
bill which would give it flexible

autnonty to raise the interest rate
as high as AV per cent But offic

ials said the rate would be In

creased onlv k of one ner cent

Bl U110 uine.

The new rates would be retro.

active to Feb. 1, The Treasury
emphasized there would be no

financial advantage to tradinc. In

oia ponds lor new ones. Bonds

beid for as little as 2Va years al

ready are drawing mora than 3
per cent interest. f

A pill to carry out the Treas

ury s. request was introduced im

mediately in the House bv Chair

man Jere Cooper (D-Tenn) of the
Ways & Means Committee, Cooper
said the committee will hold nub-

lie i hearings on the measure next

Thursday.

In boosting the Interest rate, the
maturity i length of the popular

H. '" Donas a would n ahnrlAiierf

from : the present 9. years and

months to a years and 11 months.

The .maturity length was short shortened
ened shortened from 10 years in 1952.

xn tne case of H bonds, which

are sold only In $500 denomina

tions,, the monthly dividend check
mailed bond holders every six
months would be increased slight

ly to stow an overall yield of 3Vi
per cent. 1
The Treasury said the redemp redemption
tion redemption value df "E" bonds would be
Increased in the early years to

plans to set up a major mili- Provifl iner yield and permit
tarv communications center fn the1 greater competition, with other

area i short-term investments. For ex-
The communications' center is amplf. the retura on the new bond

separate from the guided missile' Z"?L.aJ c"i:"Il?r

said the limit on bonds whlcb mif
be purchased by one individual
in any year weuld be reduced
from $20,Q00 to $10,000 for 'each
series.
The Treasury said it was with
drawing from sale, effective: April
30, the present investments typo
series "J'1 and "If." bonds.' They
are offered in amounts front $100,
000 to $200,000. . r-
i r- 1 ' fry v" ':
;.'-v''V 's- ''s'-5'-.i'y
Lord Hore-Belislia,
Ex-War Minister; .'.
For Britain Dies'V
RHEJttS," France, ,Feb8 UVP
Lord (Leslie) Hore-Belisha,lfBriU
ish Minister of War in the 19?0's,
died today while visiting here witi
a British parliamentary deleea

tion.

)iheetr

to von I

Tho moMoflo f Cariif it 'a
guide to happy living .
plan for personal peace .
chr f supremo ieve.

tracking station which Brazil has

agreea -w aiiow me united states
to set up on Fernando de Noronba
Island. I

PARTHENAY. France. Feb: 16

(UP) The Name of President

as .ssist in th morninB ArviPl a t :n uJ was aroppea irom me

7 n uiuuuuaiT luiuwciltc will uc atrsot ri rulnni inA i

held at the Curundu Protestant :0r rrf Sn.. rflni,..iw; v,n.

Mr. And Mrs. Andrew Boll
kViH Icthmua
-Per First Tlmo (into '17

f Mr. and .JIM. .Andrew4'' Bell

S t siaying at .tne i ivoji Quest
ouse, where they lived for a short
time more than forty years ago.
I' The Bells were married here in

U16. Before then Mrs. Bell was a

Dr. Eichenberger was formerly

1st Gorgas Hospital on a medical

A film. ThA imwin.n Trt residency but is now' a physician

neer" will h shnum tn oiKno:with the Wycliffe Bible Transla-

jiiB" ocnooi ana Junior College i '"""" VL xus"s"i-,
jctliripfrifi iy lkAnn..

This snerial firm i. W.W .rks among the In

shown as nart of th plehranr

of Engineers' Week whicn is be.
ln sponsored by the three loca
engineering societies: The pan-

am society or Engineers and
Architects, the Panama section
of the American Society of Civil
Engineers, and The Canal Zone

tours at Ancon HnsnifaT fmm loi'f.H" OI e wmy I American

Mlfl. Mr Roll .T Vb. .nJ" "1, ner-. ..

.mJ!" V" win oe shown in the Balboa

r-- 'wiu Alum x juu umti xneater at io

They left the Isthmus in 1917
!nd this is their first visit b a cJt
iThey plan to stay until April 1

10 a.m. for Rnlhna

jHign school students and at
11:05 a.m. for Junior r:oll(!7f nnrt

Balboa Junior High School stu-'

cents.

Reds Still Trying
To Gel Slavs Back
From Argentina

dian tribes in several countries
learning their unwritten languages

ana reducing these to wntin. Af. a.'

ter an alphabet las been formulatJ.i' BUENOS "ARES;:Teb'ivlrff fuP)

en tne Indians are taught to readU-Russia has tenewed its drive to

no wme tneir newly written! repatriate Slav nationals living in
anguages. The ultimate aim ofi Areentina. Urueuav. Paracuav and

this mission is to translate inti
these new languages portions of

tne oiy scriptures.

The pastor's message for the

Southern Brazil, an official source

said today.
An Argentine official said the
Soviet Embassy here has charter,
ed an Arffpntino HnAr tn enrrw

services on Sunday are at 10:49 cruited Russian or Slav-born ci-

.m. unversion ana tnaracter

and at 7:30 p.m. "The Power of

me uiristian .Life

m a Enoof

" Af yui r

m u rii

ONLY THE BEST

This apecUHztd tablet It approved by
more doctors, trusted by more motliem

man any oiner onnd. you to euro of

accurate aosage. Your child will like
iti orange flavor. Refuse aubstltutea
et St. Joseph Aspirin For Children.

World's Largest Selling Aspirin

rer coiiaren

ASPIRIN or CHILDREN

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v.

Atlantic siders
Ladies Rhythmic exercise
Child n'a ballet
ChildrenaVrhythm band. t
Spanish Da.nea with Castanets, cymbals, tambourina
GUH AR WsONS for BEGINNERS
Start on March, Register on February
Mondays and Fridays from 2:00 to 4:00 p.m.
Mrs. Donaldson Phono Culick 689

Corozal Hoipifal
Plumbing Job Goes

To Dillon Company
A low bid of 31,5295 was en J
tered by the Dillon and Hickman
Construction Company for exten'i
sive plumbing and electrical alter
ations to be done at Corozal Hos-1
pital. ;(.
Wright Brothers, of rninn .J

the only other contractor to make'
an offer for the work. Bids were!
opened yesterdsy morning in thel
Administration Bullrlin t n.ih.

Heights.
The work to lie done at Corozal
consists essentially of plumbing re

jpiacemeni ana electrical rewiring
:of the basement, first floor, and
I second floor of the building, t al al-,so
,so al-,so includes the installation of a
jnew sanitary sewer line.
I The project is scheduled for
completion in about four months.

nand de Lesseps.

The local Municipal Council vot voted
ed voted to rename the Avenue Wilson
the Avenue Ferdinand de Lesseps.
Students Play For

King Squd; Get iv

Sfi VILLA. Snaln. Feb. is" (VP)

King Saud of Saudi Arabia

handed Cordoba University stu students
dents students a check for $1,000 today be

cause tney played. a tune for him.
The tourins monarch drove

from Sevllla to Cordoba to see a

tizens and their descendants to f?"". av.d. J"u,!eet

the Black Sea port of Odessa. He i"5 ir'Sh S ..
decline J further details. I d,?? J",?,. lti1 h 'i J2ft
Sever,! such voyages last year H Sk" !0 much he donaled
Aroused public opinion in Argenti- "'w-""

na and it was understood at that Saud, stopping over in Spain en
time that the Argentine govern route from talks in Washington
ment had banned any more sueffi with President Eisenhower, will

attempts to reparlate the Slav na- leave Sunday for Morocco and
tionals. Tunisia.

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.
BEGINNERS: From 5 to 6 p.m.
INTERMEDIATE: From 6 to 7 o.m.
ADVANCED: From 7 to 8 pan.
Registration at Secretary's Office from 9 to 12 and from
4 to 7 p.m. Credits will be given, if desired, to students
having High School Diploma.

YMCA To Show
Film Qn NY Port
On this-coming Mondav. SVh' i

The color film "Via Port of No

i urn wiii oe snown at the Bal Balboa
boa Balboa YMCA USO Monday at T:30 p
It will show the huge nort in fufi

operation, with views of the great

est aeep water naroor in tne world.
Cargo handlers and soecialiiir that

keep the port shipping businesses

in motion wm. be seen on the job.
The film is nresented bv : the

Port of New York Authority and
made available to the nublic hv

Pan American Airways. An addi-

uuuai cuiwr j travel .xum ? covering
the i;.S-Ai.will ajso be..; shown., ft
Armyerieipw

Named New CG I
Of Ahtilfes

. SAN JUAN, P.R., Feb. 18 (UP)
Brig. Gen. James W.Toiitt haa

oeen named commanding general
of U. S. Army j forces in the
Antilles and of the military dis district
trict district of Puerto "Rico, it waV an

nounced today, ... i
Couttg. now denutv commanr1r

at Fort Jackson, S.C., replaces

Gen. William J. yerbeck, who

was named chief of the U.S.
delegation to the joint Brazil-U.S
Military Commission,"'?

Verbeck is due to leave for
Brazil early in March. Coutts will

arrive March 27, r -

instead of the present 2'A per

cent, .- v.- -';-:
Bond sales have' been dro'oo'ing

as investors turned to other secur securities
ities securities earning better than the three

per cent paid by tne VE" and "H"
bonds. '-fr-K'-y ;

Many commercial banks recent

ly have raised interest rate on
savings accounts to three per

cent. Many savings and loans as

sociations are paying: 3 per cent

ana some as man as per cent.
Treasury officials said, savings

bond sales 'have been lagoinc

while redemptions have been ris

ing. Sales last year feu 600 mil

lion dollars short of the Treas

ury's goal of more -than 5.6 bil

lion dollars. During January cash

ins soared to 547 million dollars,

the lushest m nearly 11 years

Sales totaled only 465 million dol

lars. -..'.:(,,-..'.

At present about 40 million per

sons own more than 41 billion dol

lars worth 6t serier''r nd J'H"

iivinM banns. v: :

, Because of the moire attractive.

features or tne new series tsV"
and "H" bonds, the Treasury

SUNDAY SCHOOL n $M
Come with the family to
Bible believing church.
' Classes for children;
youth. and. adults.
MORNING WORSHIP 11:00
. Sermon : "Complete
Surrender" Gen. 35. 1
YOUTH FELLOWSHlip
NEW MEMBERS CLASS :00
EVENING GOSPEL HOUR
7:M
. Rev. and Mrs. Claudia
Iglesias will apeak and ;
how colored slides of
the work In the San Bias"
MISSIONARY CONFERENCE

February 24 March 3

NURSERY

PROVIDED

7

ri

ll A WAIIM Httmo CWKwi-Tl

our informal club for the late crowd
every FRIDAY and SATURDAY
from midnight to 4:30 a.m.

with

MUSIC by the CAROL GREAVES TRIO!
in the air-conditioned comfort of our BALBOA BAR
Nightcap on-the-house at 4:30 a.m.

CAROL also plays the piano in the Balboa Bar
16 p.Bi. te t a.m. Sub., Tees.. Wed. A Ttiurs.

BB

NOTICE

In conformity with Article 13 of the Articles of In-"
corporation, and by decision of the Board of Directors,
shareholders of the Company are hereby informed
that the Shareholders Meeting of the PANAMA BANK
AND TRUST COMPANY, INC. (BANCO FIDUCIARIO
DE PANAMA, S. A.) will be held at the company's
offices,. No. 12-30 "I" Street, Panama City, at 3:00
p.m. on Friday, March 1st, 1957 in order to consider
the following:
1. Report of the Board of Directors
2. Election of Directors for the period of 1 957
3. Presentation of General Statement 'and
Profit and Loss Accounts at close of
business, December 31st, 1956
4. Matters proposed by the Directors
or Shareholders.
PANAMA BANK AND TRUST COMPANY, INC."
" V The 8ecreUry
Panama, February 14th. 1957.

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wizards of the R & R uutrurnents

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remind you WHO Io VOTE FOR.

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. a arMAtai OTnAtClla!
Sunday U:1M. 80 and 10:38 am
Hoi bay Jtoana: 88. 0 eu and
1 CfSd-iet Saturday td Sl and
T8 MIWIB. Alter "oaa an
'vflnntom' d Hevenai Ida
9fM nn MR MflBrW-BT .'
Catschin Clam AftB 8.00 Utm an
9rSS Friday' Krnaalttaa an day aNirtof
(be School year.
rtrat aa 71 van f
BOLT fajnLT CFTWnr ta WaiiarWa
.Sunday Maaaaa: I'M. 8 JO. tl JOaJK
'Furt Saturday IfUaa: 1 d0ajn-
Weekday
1:00
Sain-day
7 -09 p-m. ta i ots pv
Mlraeulou
lledal Novena 1M ta
Holy Boy
ea: lOOajn.. :U paa.
Confesien
t:al P-BB. to 4 pat
Monday.
9mt imtt ramitv noaarr
. Senedictlon ... '18 PV
ere Wodneaday.
Oiacuarion rnqoiry CfUp I3B
'lat Frldoy Detdtlana ...Tg0 pnv
lat. Saturday EMmtixx
ST.
Sunday
ajn.
Bety Day
aa tn
Ccftaafnnt: 4-00 ta 88 and TtBt a
tB in. Boliwaa.
Connrt Oaw Monday a 10
an -
tat
Friday.
f HCITATB tOtt'JlHDI Be IBB

First Saturaay utrguow w w.. -.7
rmaThe Hot. Roarry-8 a m.
Flrat Communion Instruetlona ff cnll-

f I aijtlt rB dhraabew CSty

II 1 t u. and tot

ta nan. -and 8B8

SO aa-

tkd Canal Zw..

nenM. Mrani
tn mp4 aarvke. and chrilias
Holy Day Man: 80 am
Confaaaiona: 80 to 10 pat. an Sat.
. ....
OUB LAOS OF GOOD CODMSB.
v -Oambea
Sunday Masse : 70 and SAO a.m.
Holy Day Maaaeei 00 ajn. and 80
p.m-,.
Confehdon Saturday at 70 Bnvand
after all evening devotioni.
Bapuama oy appouumam.
Miraeuloua Medal Novanat 10
On Tuaday.
Sacred Hi
Jeart Hovenai 10 pj
frldey.
Sunday scnooit i:su p.m. on Bunday.
Religious Instruction Clata for ChuV
dren: 4:00 p.m on Thursday.
Relidoua Instruction for adulta iCon.
ducted in Spanish): fo pa an Mob-
converr uvnruenoni bv appointo lent.
Episcopal
The BL Bav. B. Heber Oeedea, S3.1J9,
The Very Rev. Maui art J,
, SXaV Dean
ANCON, CI
THK CATHEDBAi OF ST. tUK
, SUNDAYS ,.,
J .80 an Holy Ccrnniunlon.
8d0 a m Santa Commiinlon ith Sua-
oay). ....
8:30 a.m. Church School.
8:& am. Escuela MXuninlcal.
11:00 nab Morning Prayer and Sermon.
oayi.
70 pro. Lvanlnt Prayer and Seimuu.
WEDNESDAYS
8:30 a mi Holy Communion.
7:00 D re. Evcnlne Prayer.
HOLY DAYS
8:00 ajn Holy Communion.
8 JO an eloly Communion.
- DAILY
t:lk ana. Mornina Praver.
12:00 M-da Missionary Pray era,
cocou
Church of St. Andrew .
Th Bev. WUllam W. Baldwin,
a : Priest In Chain
SUNDAYS .-, , ; :
Holy Communion ......... 7:30 am
Family Prayer and
Church School ............ tJO am
(Also Holy Communion 2nd.
Sunday each month)
Mornina Prayer A Sermon 11.00 am
(Also Holy Communion 1st.
Sunday each month) :
WEDNESDAYS
Hoiy tommumon ......... iwta.
COBOZAL ''
:, Chapel of The Oeed Shepherd -Tha
BeV Clarence W. Hayea.
, Maat in Chaise
FRIDAYS. ..-...
8:00 a M. Momlfit Prayer.
(H.C first Friday each Month), r
' ejAMBOA y t
, Bt. SimoB'a ChaNk
The Rev. John Spear. Priest la ChJJtxe.
SUNDAYS "" -J :
BlOa a a a a a tr two T0
Church- Scheol
el j. rf. S8 p.aa.
ugtauirehman : a8 pja.
; Sermon ..... 70 pm
Kpiscopal sous;
EVanaOne and
MONDAYS. TUISDAYaV
and FRIDAYS
Morning prayer ana nory
flmnmiinlrin ...... 8 :00 e.ffi.
Evenlna Pnyer .;... ...... 18 ajn.
Woman's Auxiliary, tnd and
4th' Thunders' 138p.m.
WEDNESDAYS A THUBSDAsS
Hrtlw rnnmuniin ....... imiA
Mornina Prayer ...... t:00 a.m.
Evenlna Prayer '.. 70
Famiiv Euenann .........
Office af Compline ........ 80 pm
. ; LA BOCA
The Rev. John Spcex. Prlaet a -Charfe
SUNDAYS ,V.
Morning nrayer ana wourcn
School
.hx kuhMlit "til Im
Mam
mon .......... ,v
hiv Bantiara U:W noon
Cvenson end Addreae
130 pm
3rd MOnDAxa
;aam
women's Auxiliary ...i.
THURSDAYS or FZAST DAYS
88 a
Holy communion
PALO 8KCO J,-
Chapel of tha Ho Cnfor(er
Ten. U a Shirley. Meat in Charn
THURSDAYS -2' '"' ' -1
JO a m. Holy CmmnnloB., v ;
MARGARITA
- rhanh af St Marl
and 11 rams Blvd.
; Tha Rev. Jesse K. Ranaw, ttm
SUNDAYS '.v,r -H-....v
7:S0 am Holy Com munloa j
8:45 am. Church School (
i. m m UmmIiis Pravee f
' Last Sunday each Month. Holy Cam-
THURSDAYS and HOLY CAYS
I JO a m. Holy. Cernmunien.
Chepel at Oar Sevtoar
WTOKTSDAYS
I JO am. Hely Communion,
PARAMO
Tha Per. Allan R. wentt,
rrleet n vaarge
The Rev.
..... Vka
SUNDA YB ;
aa m. Qianl Bueharlat dV
t JO am Infant Brptisra.
, t ea m. Church School V
(hd in Building 131) ...
88 pm Youth teuovnMp.
d n m. iMTwnf end AdOraaa.
Snd and 4th WroNKDAYS
jjo pie. Worrtane Auxiliary aaa u-
lar tstnui asau .
.'' i" PAW APIA CTTT
' at. Peal's Chare
ln Vra, Lemael sV Shertoy,
The Re. Ftta a AtweU. I
SUNDATi, -.v ...
aaa an. Hohr Cetanntaa 1
t-ao am Suna Buehaeise ds Sermon
I6 4S a n Morning Prayer aad Church
School :
lt0 accr Holy BepthBB
ia tm Bulnian veepera
TUESDAY8 "ft
man nm j uawm
trCDNXSDAYS
a an Holy Cernmunlaa
T m EverrfTig Pnyer
THURSDAYS AND FRIDAYS
I3B t m. noo
BOLT DAYS
88 am. Baip
CHRIST CBTRCH BY-TaTt St
. . Eenteaal
Colon. R. P.
' (Oppaettn Bad Weshmrhsnt
a pea, aaa
Tha
STJXDATB
tt am Hoty Cnimrordeak
8 :8 am Morning Preyer. -80
am Choral FOcharltt ttf I
10 J8 am Chtareh fchoes.
IJtnmSolenBB tnsiiag at
noo.
WIBS1SDAY1
IibMt CuniBUUhn.

1 Jt ts Ivejslng Pnyea aadl S

Clan.
1 THURSDAYS 4
sx0 pm Evening Prayer and Medita-
. .-. tion. ...
FRIDAY
8:00 am. Children's -Eucharist. -'
SATURDAY
10:00 am Junior Confirmation Class.
7 JO pm Compline and Meditation.
rainbow err
' CharUi of St Mary, the Virgin
- Tha Bev. Johe A. Bpaldlng,
Meat to Cherae
SUNL.AIS
Sung hucnarlst 7 JO a.n
Chur.-h School ... 8:40 am
Evens-eif and Sermon .... 7 JO o.m
THURhDAYh
Holy Communion. 10 am
' RIO ARAJO v
St Christopher's Chnreh
' 10th Street, Parque Lefevre
The Rev. Clarence W. Hayes.
? Priest In Charge ','
: The Rev. Clarence A. Ciagwall,
SUNDAYS
6:00 am Holy Communion.
7 :30 am Sung Eucharist and Sermon.
10:30 am Morning Prayer and Church
School.
12:00 noon Holy Baptism. ;
8:30 p.m. Evensong and Sermon.
MONUAX9 '
7 JO pm 1st and Ira. woman s Auxi
liary
TUESDAYS
d JO pm Junior Daugntara at tne
King.
7 JO p.m. Youth FaUowahln.
WEDNESDAYS
a no a m. hoiv DnmrnmHin.
70 pm Evening Prayer and Religious
1UIUUCUUUI. ... .... ..
THURSDAYS
:oo p.m. cirir rrienaly society.
8:00 o.m. 1st and 3rd. SInaletona.
SATURDAYS
p JO am Junior conrirmauon wian.
Other Churches
CHURCH OF THK NAZABENB
- Ancon, CZ.,.. ; :
St Wert Rev. Elmer TO. Nebon
Box M. Ancon. CZ. Balboa 2001
Sunday School ........... 8:41 am
. Momlnf Worship ......... 10 JO a.m
Youth Service d:4S p.m
Evening Service .......... 7 JO pan
NJTJUJ. Service.... 7:00 p.m
Prayer MnUnf, Wad. .... 7 JO pm
NATIONAL BAPTIST CHURCH
Panam RJ? 33rd Street East
' Rev.' 8. N. Brown Mlnkrtet
SUNDAY:
Divine tvorsnip ...........
c...u fl.hMi . i 8:00 D.m
Sunday Masses ..........7. 1:48 11:45
mu AOajt, a. aunoay avnooi ai
.1:00 pm
JEHOVAH'S WTTHESSEB : :
Meetinn Thursday at 7:30 p m. and
Sundays at 4:00 pm. Win Memorial.
80S Balboa Road. Balboa.
rmmra nw irntia CHRIST
ne i i ra.niT MAINTS (Mermen)
Sunday meetings m tne u vnapw
on slboa Boao.
Sunday School su:uv a.n.
Sacrament Meeting ...... 0:00 p.m
fm.rv' Monday ........ 3:30 p.m.
SeUef Society: Tuesday... t:30 am
MIA; Wednesday ; 7 JO pm
Telephone Balboa 4227.
Atlantic Branch
BuUdfrig ZOO, Schoolhouse Road Catun,
Aiinaa School, fiundav t:80 am
Sacrament meetlnp; Sunday 11:00 a.m.
mestnooa meeting wea.;. e :.w p.m.
Ptfanery, Wednesdsy JO pm.
Belief fiaeietw. at announced.
Telephone, Gatun 384 or Cristobal MOT,
CVBUNBO ntOTESTAlFF CHCBCH
"A WBrm HeBrted barw.-
Milton K. Leldig, Minister
hone Hee. 83-7114 OU 834I0S
Sunday School SJO am
(A elan for every hae)
Morning Worship ........ 110 am
Youth renowfhiD
1 renowsnip ......... ao pm
Kevming Worship 10 pm
Pnyer and Pral
Praise (Wed 1 7:00 nm
A churcja n,ursey
is provided for your
OLD CATHOLIC CHURCH
Raphael The Archangel
- Uth St. Wart Me. 1
Hale- Sktaharlatr Buiidae ai 10 a.m
Tuaadava. Wadnaadaya and Tbursdava
8J0 am .
Saxxamem at unetxoD ineaimg nar-
vlee) First Sunday af ate nenta
7 JO am
PanamA R. P.
. JU. Rat. T.owa. a R
' officiating.
ssniuna oayouof as
FeUowahip wonnm ai
Sunda School at .....
ix .m am
ao n
Uivua awviua sa ............
1 JO pm
RAHA1 CRNTKR
. BAHAI'S CENTER
. .84 First Street
Orbenlnclon El Carmen,' Panarad City.
informal Tallca ana nueuseiona
' 9btQT94ty9m4 wbbbsV
. Calan. tth & Freed Streets
(apeeaba Anerlcan Basaar)
Study Cleans. ...Thursday, t JO pm
BETHESj tflSSlOlt CHURCH
EspsUba St, Paraiao. C Z. -.
Rev Waldahe H. Stewart. Pasta
Sunday: 110 am Worship Service.
88 p.m. Sunday School.
eiK .m. nntl dai sli a ''
Monday: 7 JO Young People's Sodery
Wedncedayt 7 JO said-weeh ChrisUan
TallowohiD.
. Thursday; 80 Choftr Reheaml.
Frldavt I JO Women's Missionary Se-
SBSJEy. -v '
r ; .
THE CHURCH Of GOD
7838 Eighth Street Celea
tav. 43. W. Casiimisa Paster
Sunday Sehot 80 a.at.
Morning Worship lose a.m.
Nignr aervice ............... ee
FIRST CHURCH Of GOD
Car. Jamaica and Trmtdad
City,
U. V
Marnlna Wonhhl ........... 80 am
Sunday School 10:30 a.m
tiigbt Service ............... 1 JO p.
', THE CHURCH OF GOD
Hew Prevneoare
tfn Maada Htoea. Pastor
Sunday School 100 a
Manias Wanhfaa 110 B
immmhh. 1 v p.aa-
THE CHURCH Ot GOD
' Panaaai City
Car. W and lterlsan Awnmeaa S
. Rev. Bras. J. Jshaasa. Peeler
Jtundav School 80 a
Morning Worship ........... 108 am
Night I
Servtca m......
ISO pm
TO CHURCH OP GOO Re Abate
, Masts Oscsn Bd-4tlb BL
. Bar. Pfm J. Jeeateesa. Paeiee
ehmdav Schoo .............. 00 am
Merasng wcranip .MM... nw am
Slam laiui iwnrn
CHUBCn OP COO (PieHnealeB
Bev. BL B. Wstaon. Orerseer
Ptnaa Box 2S3. Gamboa
OairclMa at Pan i so. CX Rev. and
Mrs. Harmea Q. Whytek. Colon. RP
(Bev. Fernanda Loreneel. Bia Abate
(Rev. and Mrs. Cfaarln Heynnt, ana
Cetrn 4Rv and Mm, Clifford Grave)
unoy ana
(.tl MM UN I I I LRt RLH
Platte BetgMs. C-S.
iruU Gospel I
Bee. Cart Tlisipnn, artabiaB
Bax TX Caava-e, CJL- ...
Pbaaw a-nf ;
SpeeM Rnslntm RMg- DtsBla Pest

1:30 pm Adult Confirmation

Stmoay fecnaoi -u an
Werehip Cai stsa 1-S an
Youth Cei a.e 10 pn
fnnrliitit ta l(0 70 pn
Wee. Bibia BCady d Pnrv 1J8 an.

Posis and Bases
- PACIFIC SIDh -Protestant

FORT AMADOU
Sunday School ...v.
t:0S
Morning Worship ...........
Church-Time Nursery School
... 1V.WW
... 10:00
FORT CLAYTON .
Sunday School (Huliaing t, no.
lot) ...... ................
Morning Worship ,..,......
t0
10:14
Wednesday evening rraycr meet.
. tna and Bible Class ........ 1.., 8 JO!
FORT KOBB1
Dally Mass ......... i...... .... o:i
Saturday Mau 8:00'
Sunday anooi :uu ju.
Sunday Morning Worship 10:30 a.m.
Sunday Masan 8:00 & 11:45
Monday Novens Devotions A 7:30
Confessions-Saturday ... 8:00 A 7
Sunday Family Hour ..... 8 JO pm
ALBROOK AIR FORCE BASE
Sunday School ,........
Arinlt Bihla Clan 1NCO Clubl.
Morning Worship ,. 8 JO A 10:45
xoutn seiiowamp (..... .......
U.S. NAVAL STATION. Rodman,
Sunday School .................
Morning Worship .i
Holy Communion. First Sunday
.of Month: :.,...
ISth ND HEADQUARTERS CHAPEL 1
Mornin
Ine
Worship
Holy Communion First Sunday
of Monthl
. v Cathaila
FORT AMADOR
Daily Mass ....................
Sunday Masses ..........8:30 A
Confessions, Saturday ...6:30 A
Sunday 8J0 A
8:30
8:00
7:30
8:00
FORT CLAYTON ; :k
Daily Mate
8:45
9:00
8:00
10 JO
Sunday Masses ..........7:45 A
Confessions. Saturday ...7:30 A
Sunday Man
FORT ROBBK
Saturday Man
Sunday Massae ..........70 A
Spanish ..............a..;.....
8:00
10
8:00
8:30
8 JO
COKOZAL '4
llany Mast
No. 7111 ............. ..7:00 A
Confessions, Saturday (Building
ALBROOK AIR FORCE BASE
Daily Mass
Saturday Man .................
Sunday Manses ......... 7:45 A
Spanish
Novena Services-Tuesday
Confessions-Saturday
6:00
7:00
12:00
7:W1
7:00
7:00
O.S. NAVAL 6TATION. .Rodman
Dally Mass
Sunday Mass
4:00
9:30
Jewish
FORT KOBBE
Saturday ....
1:00
3 JO
7 JO
ALBROOK Ant FORCE BASE
Saturday
SO-JWB (Balboa)
Friday
ATLANTIC SIDE
Protestant
FORT DAVIS
Sunday School
9:45
11:00
7 JO
Morning Worship
Midweek Fellowship, Thursday.
FORT GULICK
Sunday School
9:45
11.00
60
MominC Worshln.
Youth Fellowship. Sunday .....
U.S. NAVAL STATION. Coco Sola
Sunday School
Daily Man
Morning Worship
Holy Communion Flrat Sunday
t:30
7:30
11:00
af Monthj j, ,
CafhoUe 'v J-jA
Sunday Maai ....... V,. .........
Conf anions, Sunday
t JO
8:46
FORT GULICK i.'!"
liaily Man M..ee....M..n'
Sunday Man
. Spsnisn
Confessions, Saturday ...4:00 A
U.S. NAVAL STATION. Coca Solo
Dally Mass .....................
Sunday Man ...................
COCO SOLITO
10
7:45
8:45
1:00
1:00
9:00
Sunday Mass
1J0
Jewish
FORT GUUCK
Tueaday 7:15
Seventh Day
Adventist
Weekly Services n all Churcbn
follows
SATURDAY:
Sabbath School tJO am
. Divine Service 11:00 am.
Youth'a Mntins 4 JO D.m.
Wednesday Blbla Study and Prayer
Beryl oe t jo p.m.
Pacific Side Panamd A Balboa Dlttrtct
Pastor W. H. Waller Tel. 28 J 8508
Cabo Verde, Ave. J. F. da la Osu No.
IT. .... ...
Chorrillo 25th No. 17
Pueblo Nuevo t-A St between 3rd
and 4th Sts.
Rio Aba)o 11th St Ho. FT
Balboa Chapel 0844 Cavil an Rd. Bal
boa (Saturday only).
Spanish Chore hes Panaaai aad.
Crittobola District
Pastor Ruben Rulx 1
Panama, Calle Darlen Ha. t
Cristobal. 16th A Bolivar Ave.
Gamboa A' Friloles.
District Pastor A. A. Grtedo
Tel. No. 8-103
Gamboa Praitt Parkway Frljolm
Atlantte Side CeMai and ,
Cristobal District
Pastor Neblett-TeL 3828
Colon 3rd St A Central Ave. CrlrtO CrlrtO-hl
hl CrlrtO-hl lath A, Bolivar Ave.
Central office: Oavuaa Bead TeJL S
1159.
Jewish
lrM Welfare Board Bid. Ttf-E La
Boca Read. Balboa. CJZ. BabM Nathan
Witkm. Director.
Servtet Friday. 70 pm Saturtssy.
5 JO pm I
(Sea aM Ustlnt of Jewish vervtcn
under Poets. Bans and Statonsk
Conareeation Kol Shnrith Israel. Ava-
rnda Cibe and 34 th Street Bella Vista.
P. name CKv Seitltm 10 pm
Lutheran
RKfTDEMER LUTHERAN CHURCH
, Balboa Read at Wixht Street
Bev. Robert p. GassUh. Paster
P O. alaa ate. atelbaa. -
Sunday School. Bible class t0 am
Divme Service 18:18 an.
Divine Service at Marnrtta (In St
Hargarefs Ipiaeoaai Church) Sunday
40 pm" 1, '.,

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" "' ........... ve.n
COL. HUGH M. ARNOLD, Engineering and Construction Director, is shown above taking' (
delivery from the contractor of the complicated mechanism which controls, the automatic
traffic lights at the Walker Avenue crossing near Diablo Heights. The equipment was,-,.
transferred by -Donald H. Boostrom of Bildon, Inc., far. right. Witnessing the ceremony vers,
Roger C. Hackett, second vice president of Xhe Pacific Civic Councils, left; Melvln Bierman, J
traffic engineer, center, and H. H. Feeney, chief of the Contract and Inspection Division.. (1j

Jeamsteirs Union President

Faces Senate Probe Of Books

WASHINGTON, Feb. 16 (UP)
The special Senate committee
investigating racketeering in
labor and Industry today called
on Teanisters' Union President
Dave Beck to- supply all of his
"personal financial records ior
the past seven years.
Committee cnairman jonn ju
McClellan (D-Ark) told Beck m
a letter that the Information in
the financial records wag essen
tial to the "thorough and proper
investigation launched by the
committee.
McClellan also notified tne laDor
leader that the committee wiu
want him to testify because "in "information
formation "information already hag been devel
oped reflecting upon your person
al financial operations as reiaieu
to union activities."
McClellan's letter was in repiy
in a Feh. 7 letter Irom BecK
advising the senator mat tne
Teamsters president would return
td the United, States from Europe
on March 26 ana De avaiiaDie in
this country until early June.i
The Senate government opera operations
tions operations committee, voted just a week
ago to seek contempt prosecution
against four Teamster Union of of-rMals',:
rMals',: of-rMals',: wW refuserTtoJ, testify
before tha ;Senat toyestigaUona
subcommittee.
Among .tham. wat, Elnar O.
Mohn, Teamsters Yice president
and executive sssistant .to Beck.
The .others w.erp. local union of officials
ficials officials in. such cities as Seattle
and New York..-.
They had refused to answer
questions of the investigations
subcommittee after challenging
its right to question them. Since
then the investigation" into racket racketeering
eering racketeering has been taken over by the
special Senate committee.
The Investigations subcommit subcommittee
tee subcommittee heard testimony from wit witnesses
nesses witnesses who declined to answer
questions on whether Teamster
funds were used to pay the bills
of high union officials
Amnno other thlnes. a Seattle
contractor refused to say whether
th. union helnpH to bUV BeCK a
house, bought it back, and then
allowed Beck life tenancy.
Tn rominrlinff Beck that COO-
eresa has information reflecting
on his financial operations,
McClellan said:
"it is sntv natfid that further
Information of that nature will be
developed Dy tne commune um um-ing
ing um-ing hearings at an early date.
This, no dqubt, is of interest to
you and the select committee will
be very glad to have you attend
the hearings."
McCleUan said that if .the re request
quest request for financial data is com-
Shirley Booth Hurt
Slightly In Car
Mishap Near Studio
HOLLYWOOD, Feb. 16 (UP)
Actress Shirley Booth suffered mi minor
nor minor bruises today when her rented
automobile collided with another
car at an intersection aner ane
failed to notice a boulevard stop
sign.
The Academy Award winning
Broadway star was on her way
to Paramount to begin work id
the film, "Hot Spell" when ner
car crashed into the auto driven
bv Paul Sekeres. Miss Booth's car
was almost demolished in the
Miss Booth refused medical at
tention at the scene ot we acci-
cldent but wat etarainea oy a
studio physician who said she had
a bruised shoulder but could start
work.
West Point Prep
School To Move
To Virginia
WAnNGTTOI, in. 10 (LTJ e
The Army tnday ana tranced that
the West Point Preparatory
School will be moved in. July
from Stewart Air Fore Bate,
Newirargh, N.Y- to Fort Belvolr,
Va.
A spokesman said the Air Force
facilities which have been used
for the tcbool since 1946 are now
tieaded by the Aif Force. The Fort
Bclvoir site wat chosen because
there are facilities- there to house
the tcbool with ao additional ex.
.pew

i- n it.

plied with "it will enable the
committee to determine and ad
vise you of an annroximate Hate
for your appearance."
Aicueiian said the committee
wanted all of Beck's financial
records "from 1950 to date."
Beck had been scheduled to
appear before the investigations
suDcommiuee, also headed by
McClellan, last month on his
return from another European
trip. But he told McClellan then
he could not come to Washington
because his doctor had advised
him to take a "rest."
Last week, however, he notified
jncueiian. uiat he wat ready tc
appear. He also denied in London
that he had been "dodging" thr
senators. He said he had "nothi;
to hide."

SUNDAY 10:45 A.M. t
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Rep. Alvin M. Bentley (R-Miclrj:
most seriously wounded vietjnTol
the 1954 House of Representatives
shooting, today proposed a bill'tA
take selection : of U. S. Capitol
pohcemen out of politics..
Bentley, wh has introduced
similar bills twice before, said
Congress is getting virtually tha
same protection now as it 'war
three years ago. He said he hoped
it would not take another shooting;
to bring about creation "of., an
efficient police force at, "the
Capitol." r
"Congress can have protection
or It can hove patronage,", he
laid. "It cannot have both.'
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by Puerto Rlcan nationalists.,
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SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 19ST
Stengel: Advises M
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Pacific Softball
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Slugging Mickey Has
Swollen Right Knee
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- NEW YORK, Feb. 16 (UP) A fretful Casey
)3tengel, obviously worried over Mickey Mantle's
swollen knee, advised his star slugger to "lay off
golf" today because "he certainly ought to know
which sport gives him his bread and butter."

couldn't be blamed for the 48 48-4896
4896 48-4896 he turned in over the par
70 layout In the opening round.

Stengel's anxiety mounted by
degrees at St. Petersburg, Fla.,
when he learned Mantled right
knee was bothering; him so that
he had to use an electric cart to
get around the course while par

ticipating in me annual uae-i Mantle hasn't been plavine

ban Players' Goif Toumamem golf t00 ong and n,s seore pen.
at Miami, Fla. i erally ranges anywhere from the
"It I was him and I was crip-, nl n 80-s to the hlgn 90-s and
ple4, I wouldn t play soif, said onc ln awhie he oes over m

Cerveceria Nac. ... 9
Lou Glud Agency . 7
20th Infantry ..... 5
Tasco Batteries ... 4
Blatz Brewers .... 1

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"I was shooting the same way
I always do," he said.

the Yankee manager when con-

tecfed bv long distance tele telephone
phone telephone at St. Petersburg
' "After all, he certainly oucht
to know by this time which sport
Is supplying him with ':is hread
and butter, baseball or qolf But
I don't control his off-the-fip.''
activities.
"AH I' gotta say is that if his
'legs hurts, he ought to ret out
ofWhe tournament, hut if ft
.don't bother him nvich. he can
keen nlavin' ind rirt'n' around
In. that wheel chair they're
suwnlvin' him with."
. After a pause, Casey came up
with a Dost-scr'pt.
"ji understand he vshot a 96
yesterday, well, he ain't eonna'
win any tournaments with a
6.,
From Miami. Mantle admitted
; ftvw tne hhone that his kne
was swollen but h insisted it
wsh, rotbinir serious.

"I non't know how I got it."

He said he intended to remain

in the tournament
winds up tomorrow.

Monday, Feb. 18: Lou Glud
Agency vs Cerveceria Nacicnai.,
Tuesday, Feb. 19: 20th Infan Infantry
try Infantry vs Blatz Brewers.
Wednesday, Feb. 20: Cervece Cerveceria
ria Cerveceria Nacional vs Tasco Batteries.
Tasco Batteries jumped on
Fritz Cheney, giving him his
first defeat of the season 7 to 5
as they defeated Lou Glud'
Stars and knocked them two

until It! games of f the pace.

Player-mgr. Bob Newman of
Tasco chalked up his fourth vic victory
tory victory to even his won arid lost
record.

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cross two runs in the first on
Cheney's lack of control which
oavp Tnscn four hases-on-balls.

DIABLO BUSINESS WOMEN'S! Glud tied the score in the top
LEAGUE I of the fourth on single;, by Lacy,

de la Mater and Simons.
This didn't last too long be-
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Metzger with, all over accounting for five big'

Abernathy Holds 3-Gam Lead

Led by Mimi

high series of 508, including high
single game of 219, and Marge
Rodgers with 462, the Aoerr.a Aoerr.a-thy
thy Aoerr.a-thy team took two games from
Pan American Airways. Anne
Simrak with 460 and Ann Thom Thomas
as Thomas with 401 werP high scorers for
PAA.

Boyd Brothers continued in

The battery boys, with prac-4 ISIDR0 WINS AT GARDEN The right hand of Isldro Martinez, featherweight champion of

Panama, is held up by the ring announcer in token or nu tenth round Tito victory over
New England 126-pound king Bobby Courchesne at New York's Madison .Square Garden Feb.
8. It was the Panamanian's second win In as many starts in U.S. rings. The flashy feather,
weight defeated Ike Chestnut Jan. 4 at Wash.ngton, D.Ct. in his Statesside debut. artH
been matched with Gil Cadilli of California for a March 15 scrap. The photo was furnished
by local boxing promoter Sidney Arias.

runs on only two hits

lower fifth.

in the

he said, "But I'm nretty sure it: second place with a two-gam

.win go awav In a dav or two.

"It didn't interfere with mv

srolf swing and I'm sur I'll be

For the rest of the game, Glud

was held under wraps with New Newman's
man's Newman's spins which sent seven
fly-balls up in the air.
Lacv of the losers and Welty

for Tasco shared hitting honors

win over chevrolet-Buick Tex with both having two singles in

Wray with 442 and Maxine three trips.

Johnsen with 418 led the Bovd

perfectly okay by he time Brothers bowlers. Susan Poles The box score:

spring training opens,"' he add

d.
5- Mantle's knee trnn- which
Ktfzte hack t n rarlv oteo oteo-tmeyH!i
tmeyH!i oteo-tmeyH!i cond'Hw. f'rst cained
prominent attention when it
'suddenly jave way under him
during thr second game of the
1951 World Series aifa'nst the
Giants and kept him sidelined
for almost the entire classic.
A similar kne ailment forced

, him out of action in the 1955

World series against th Todg

its and since then he har been

Ttoubled with otner leg anmenw
from time to time.
.'"But I don't think thii thins
Fig anything to do with the
others," Mantle said. "The knee
has-'given me a little trouble foi
te past few days so I decided
to -play it safe and go around
the course ln the cart. That way
I wouldn't get tired so easily."
J Some of the other players in
the tournament seemed to think

Mantle was favoring his right i Chevrolet

knee, particularly ln shot off p.A.A.

Lou Glud Agency

and Betty Coleman were high

for Chevrolet-Buick.

The third dace Panama Ciga-Malene 4
reUe team, with Del Ps(,ers and, Tones 3

452. continued their winning
streak by taking two p-ames from

CSalon Alex Eva Stinson led
Salon Alex with 451.

Mountain Dew remained inlmong

4th place despite a two-game Dunn

loss to No Ml Diga Lounge. Led
by Thelma Camby with 465 and

Jean Hume with 450. the No Ml
Diga Lounge team won the first

two games. Bea Lombrola and
Marge Lund were high for
Mountain Dew.

TEAM STANDING
Won

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Mountain Dew ?o i,,

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Buick .. ?7
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Flynn 3
Lacy 3.
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Dennis 3
Blough .. .. .. .. .. 4
Welty .. .. '...' .. ... 3
Pardy .. ,. .. 2
Frit void ... 1
Robbins 2

Bowman ..2
Christ .. ..2

Newman. 2

Sprague .. ,2

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Umoires: Marv Metheny and
Brickhouse. Scorer: Henry Clark.

Pancho Gonzalez, Best Net
Pro, Paddle Patsy Of. All

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NEW YORK (UP) Richard
(Pancbo) Gonzales, for two
.traiahf vpiirs the world's best

tennis Player had to rate himself

tnrisv HR the Daddle patsy of all

limp

It's all a matter of money. And,
while Pancho has been the boss

nf the nrofessional courts, two

preiwhile amateurs named Tony

Trabert and Ken Rosewall have

Dicked ud most of the financial

marbles.

As example.' Gonzales received

his big payoff of $65,000 when he

turned Dro in 14 arcer winning

two US. Amateur titles. Since

then he has had the peanut end

of the deal. ......

Jack Kramer was the pro boss
at that 'time but he bad a little
something extra going for him. He

was he promoter as well ai the
pro champ, and he proved that
latter part, too, by dusting off

Pancho, 86 matches to 27.
Worked On Game
The next year. Gonzales was

only an also" member of the
troupe and his payoff was a mere
$15,000. He was so disgusted that
he stepped out of the tour for

three years. During this time he
worked on his game while work working
ing working in a gas station, telling tennis
supplies and finally going to Eu Europe
rope Europe on tour.
His game strengthened, he re returned
turned returned in 1954 and won a round
robin playoff against Pancho Segu Segu-ra
ra Segu-ra and Frank Sedgman. All he
earned was $15,000.
In the 1955-56 era, Trabert
cleaned up all the amateur titles
and turned pro for a fat $80,000.
Gonzales ruined him, defeating
Tony 74 matches to 27 on their
tour. But his end was a mere
17,000.
4
New Tour Underway

Now a new tour is underway
with Rosewall, the UJS. champion

from Australia as the new box of office
fice office lure. He did all right, too.

with a $65,000 guarantee and 25
per cent of the gross above $325,-
000. -
They fot under way in Australia

and Gonzales indicated that he

was going to remain the champion
by winning seven of the first 11
matches. His end will be $25,000 'or

25 per cent of the gate. t,
"I'm going to win this series

too," Gonzales asserted. "B u t,

honestly, it looks tougher than

against Trabert."

Pancho is admittedly "worried"

but adds 'I always worry about

my opponents."

But what worries him most, is

how he can ever get around to

earning the top slice which goes to

me erstwhile amateurs he knocks

on so easily.' .,
Cricket News

Another big game Is In store
for cricket followers tomorrow,
the scene being the Heights Oval
ln Rainbow City where the pow powerful
erful powerful Excelsior C.C., the defend defending
ing defending champions are all set to do
battle with the stalwarts of :. the

Surrey C.C.

This game will.be dedicated
by the home team Surrey to the

oldtlmers of cricket on the At Atlantic
lantic Atlantic side.

in last Sunday's encounter the
Excelsior club proved Its nettle

when despite the effective trun trundling
dling trundling of Manning and Dennis of
the Wanderers C.C. an eight
wicket partnership bet ween
Harwood and Small provided the

margin of victory and literally

North Carolina St.
Plans Investigation
Of Moreland Case
RALEIGH,1 N.C. (UP) -North
Carolina State College, ; angry at
an unfavorable finding by v the
Atlantic Cpas Conference will
conduct its own investigation of
the Jackie Moreland recruiting
case.
In a report released Wednesday,
ACC faculty chairmen re-affirmed
their finding that the school was

guilty cn two charges of illegal
recruiting in connection with the

enrollment of the former Minden,
La., High School basketball star.
The college, however, retorted
that the ACC had "failed" to con

duct a complete investigation of
the charges which led to stiff

penalties from both the NCAA and

the AtC. '

In iti ruling- Wednesday, the

ACC' let stand Its previously an

nounced penalties, which made

Moreland ineligible at N.C State
and banned basketball recruiting
by the Wolfpack for one year. It
cut in half, however, a 15,000 fine

imposed on the college.

. Hw fighter was Sandy Saddler? This is a question
only, his old playmate, Willie lep, can answer for sure. 7m
PJ?? tlthta' SaU won three; one by a knockout, two
by a, wiu unab,e unwilling, to continue.
, he law lamented Al Smith, to. the contrary notwlthsUind.'
tag, the record is not Infallibly the. final arbiter ln all debate! debate!-In
In debate!-In this instance, if you took Saddler's record, against Pea ai
face! value, his entitlement to superior .rank ampnit leather,
weights would be self-evident. "" t
This to 'the crux of the debate.' How much Importance cah
be attached to his victories over Pep? Did he win from an
vJii ?ep; or.a Fep who for n&aoaa known to hira
self, left hi desire in the dressing room?- ,
Let it be ciearly noted that at no time duflng: this series"
was skepticism directed at .Sadaier's eiforts. Nor is'it now the
Intent to disparage his equipment. If it wasn't the best. It
surely .wasn't the worst, ana tne rearing champion could DuiicU.
Aiso, nobody was beating Pep until Saadler came along; iTand -he
was bigger, stronger and younger, - r
True enough, but by then, sometime before. In fact. .-.,
Pen had become what the trade calls a business fighter, and :
the smart guys began to shy away irora him, the way horse
piayers do irom a sUble that runs hot and cold and thereby
gets their figures all bollixed up, "f.
The only fight in the series about which there was no
question of Pep's, ali-out resolution was the second. It went
the full 15 and was an epic of sorts. Pepvboxed Saddler's ears
oif mtet of tne way; he'd make him miss with clever feints
and then hang him with speedy, accurate rights and lefts to -the
head, and if this wasn't artistry it wag close, to it. ...7'
Ihls is not to suggest that Pep had a romp, because there 1
were times when Saddler, carrying, the" fightscored with power
punches and the little fellow from Hartiordonn, waTvlsibty
shaken. But he did win decisively, and coVaousry, for lie
cSd rUnd8 WlUi hla rt eyeomplete

THE REAL PEP

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nT "P6' thi-vwas the only fight of theWur in wnlcii
Pep looked and fought like thepep we had come to know-he
showed he had the skills to peat Saddler, Hand whit was "rriorl
Mn, 1Ight ofuWhat followftoedomltabmt
Sf tMW5?a e st" horee from the afii plated i
, In "Bht No. 3 Pep, though dropped in the third by a lone!
swinging -left, was far out- in front when, wlthWven rounds
!SneV1ecomplaind hla le" arm Had "gone dead'Und ESmSZ
ed a TKO deteat as he sat in his corner t
Fight No. 4 ran to a similar pattern, Again JPfeb was win- 1
?h-f if"sUy wh.n .h m" be ring physlclsLn, revealed
that he was suffering from an acute attack of framto pohaakm
?J "Placed that under the desperate conditions he' haT
choice but to retire.
. We. were btr ter 'rem one ef the rents' wWiwrfci,

e Just'ouT5 - M notWn tt mtt,.h bim-

This had been an ontraraniiiv mmrh t "iv.

no holds .Mwu vMr'y -as
weU have been in ew. Delhi for all the-dtoclpSehe il
abe to exnk-; Pep was suspended for life. and it w la I of V
18 months before New York Jifted the ban. TT 7T. I

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8ANDT IS WISE A

.all ft ,4 tV rft,.. -.-l.T "k"uf

The NCAA last November: 7ZlZ "'XZLT Jl.: mea nia reuira- the

A ct.o mv.ti n,.r uuyjjmg we. rw. Marcune.

Pep had spent his parole in Florida.'

placed State on probation for four
years for offering illegal induce

ments to Moreland who is now

student at Louisiana Tech.

BOSTON (UP) .-Boston Red Sox

owner Tom Yawkey has been

chosen by the Variety Club of New

England for its Great Heart

Award for 1957. The award is pre

sented each year to the person

who has done the greatest

amonnt of good will for the great

est number of neoDle." Yawkev

... .. -

win receive tne award at a ban-

pulled the game out of the fire. I quet here on April 14.

ft .y ?! -SVStv E S& 5 0

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Sports Briefs

RALEIGH. N. C. (UP) North

Carolina State beeini spring foot

ball drills Saturday and 21 leter leter-men
men leter-men will be among the 71 candi candidate!
date! candidate! who are expected to turn

out. Coach Earle Edwards said
practice will be held four times a
week until the annual intra-squad
game, March 3., i ; h. .

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Pep went ..out in two rounds and authorities on lry-tank
aquatica haUed it as a superb performance, second only W
Jake LaMqtto'a plunge against Billy Fox for technical, mastery.
Once more .Pep was barred, for life, this time grounds of
ilstic insolvency, y .-. v JTrSTrfTJ
; Thereupon he hit the road, continued to XighiW and win.'
too. . and you may have noted he thinks he's still good enough
to take the vacated championship, and maybe he is, at that
We wouldn't bet a quarter on him, but we'd pay ta see hint try.
Unpredictable he was; uninteresting, never. ''V l$ I
As for Saddler, we hope the state of his rbloa does net
worsen. He Is fortunate that the condition was detected when

u i hk ui cvmpiimenm mat ne naa the gt
sense to leave thring Immediately, even though It means' t
end of his career. -?-..-. L.

Other fighters have been less fortunate an lees sensfblel
ending up partially er hopelessly, blind. Saddler's manager -rates
a nod, too. At least he didn't urge the champion te ge
for one more big purse. We always felt close te Joe Mane A
and Pete Herman, and their loss of sight was haroV ttakei"
Harry Greb was another friend and we grieved whence died
following surgery to retard diminishing vision. .- ,;
There was only one reason why Jack Dempsey refused i
flat guarantee of $500,000. Though what's flat about half
million bucks, we've never heard, .. To take on Gene Tunney :
In a third match. He developed an eye condition and while -ft
was to prove superficial and disappear altogether, he wwuld
take no chances. ? .. -.. ;
"Who wante to be a blind rnffllonalre? he said to teninf
promoter Tex Rlckard, "no thanks." -; ...

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t.incoln Lite 4. tpor Cola 0

in a ottie tor ute ruwtta,- up
'bouuou, Luicoui la!:- cuncnea
uiat spot witn a aecislve
-r.r. rencn lor me Uncom

. .ana 'ZediiC for vbe bpuiii
poseo eacn otoer on iue xuu.
I'renctt was red not, tuia miss missed
ed missed a no nii-MO run bail game OH
one lut. Zelnick played uie rjue
oi "be spouer, gekang 4purB on-
Tne uncolns pounced on .tne
' Zemick' oiierinit iotiveu runs,
witn- Been ana i renciif uvuirf
' two lor tnree. ' .,-'
" or, the- irt half, Lincolns
defeated very team lwice.
ceoo toe league leautngt -wlce.
'ihe Spurs, addea a uetf mem-.
. bar tS Wr r6sier, but be wont
toe ready to pmy ior,aiiH e gat
years, is name, Robert Kdwird
iiediager born yesterday ahd
ine sw of Bob Medtaifer tno
Sana?er of- We Spur Cola team
On the sombre side, bad luck
" struck tne Spur Coia team in
the loss of tnelr regularshort regularshort-Tn
Tn regularshort-Tn Tommy Perantie, who suf

fered a fractured collar bone in
a eame-earner In the ween He
wi& to i out for the rest of tne

season.-

lf.. .i'-r. rV.' y .. -. ... - .. i" v..., s ..'.--.

Chamberlain

Forte Close

1 1,

a passed ball, to third on an infield

out and scored as Bibbo

through; the middle.

Behind leader

The box score:
Spur Cola

Bowen 3b

Hele ef ;. w '"
Mounts cf
Mikulich, c
Whitney c-...
Albritton lb i.-i'w

Zelnick p

" walker ss ;;"'.'..', ;'
tarkenberc ...
Abernathy rf ..........
Bradshaw rf
Hoenke If -.....',
' Arnold M. f 2b ;
5 Lincoln IJfe

,. ......

Ab

3
1
2
1
1
2
2
1
1
1
1
0
2

Kfobbe got its first batter, Phillipj

on a base on ; pans te open tne

seventh and be was forced at sec second
ond second by Smolkt. Banks then sing

led and with runners on first and

second and only one out it looked
like tbe Lifeliners might take this

one home but Jose,! giving every everything
thing everything he had, bore down and fan fanned
ned fanned Sullivan, hitting for Harth,

and -Dial to end the inning, with

the score still tied at five apiece

In their half of the seventh, with

darkness setting in fast, Wes

Bank came to bat and 'Old Roll

able". Pee Wee Linfors led off wUi

his second hit of the day

He was followed by Pace, whu
also singled and then big Eric
Nordeng lined one down the' first

base line that bit the first oase

man and caromed off coward wo

ond for a base hit that filled the
bases, when the first baseman re

covered the ball be fired to the

plate and the ball got lost by the
catcher,, somewhere in the vicini

ty of tne umpire's feet. i,
Linfors- on third broke for home
but seeing the catcher retrieve the
ball headed back for third and (t

all ended when in trying to run
him down the third baseman of
the little Lifeliner's, fighting gallant
ly, allowed the ball to set awav

from him and Linfors scooted in

wim tne winning run. v

This victory gave Bob Taht and
his West Bankers the second spot
in the 1957 first half, regardless of
the outcome of the tied games ti

n w wi'.u vanuuein urn
manii anil' llhrnAtr .nmAfivi.

1 wvn, OWUICUiUi AACAj
week. ;

The winning pitcher wa Bibbo

ana tne joss was charged to Diaz.
Leading hitters were Linfors 2-for.

4, Martello l-for-two. Bank lfcr

3, Bibbo l-for-3, Pace l-for4, Nor

aeng uor-3 ana ,tne future star

ueorgie Linfors, whp despite his
size really rapped one ia the third
to get l-for-4.

2 0

1 '.''a

.51 i. 4 V- : ' 1 S'

3 1

3 1

Uuran"2b v.;
Eneelke 2ft'n'

: ostrea sa ?,
Beck. 3b '.'

J! jrenuir t r
casw t A.toWft

Bowman lb
Farnsworth ,1b

Deming -ci ..
Marti cf .......
joyner C ,rf.-..

ARMID FORCES
. mi I liAUl

rat.". Rank and Kobbe'f littly.

T..f.iini.r. finished UP the regUla

ly scheduled first half games yes yesterday
terday yesterday with a real thriller at Coco-

1L West Bank's 6-5 victory
auring tbem of second place in tne

first hstt. regaroi.w vx
come of the two tied games to be
i.v.h m,ith Albrook and Carib-

koan 7iimmaniL

Jim Smolka pitched the first six
Innings for the little Lifeliners aud
j:j ..4if.VW allnwlntf five runs

en four bits ana tnree wams apiu w wie imiwimu. runs

whiffing eitfit Matters. He was re re-li.v.H
li.v.H re-li.v.H ibVipti the reeulation six in-

, fiinffn were-eomoleted -as little

league rules allow a pitcher only
six innings a week, with the score
tied five to live, by Dias who allow

ed three hit m a row and was

charged with the defeat.

Wlllie Peterson started for the

; Navy, boys and had his troubles
as he' kept getting behind on the
bitters and issuing free passes to

first, j Pete, walked eight men, nit

one and struck out eight while giv giving
ing giving up a total of one bit and five

. runs. Ha was relieved by Jose Bib-;

. bo in the tutn, with tne bases load,
ed and West Bank leading four to
.three. :. ;:..-.;
t Bibbo- got Smolka to hit to Jim Jimmy
my Jimmy Hamilton-at third who fired
tbe ball home for the force out,
Banks then struck out and it look-
- ed like Jose had really pur out the
fire but it then became impossible
for him to find the plate and Harth
and O'Brien walked forcing in the

tying ana iesa runs, botb of these

. cfiarged against Peterson

- In the'aixth. West Bank tied the

core as Bridges, hitting for.Ja for.Ja-eobsen,
eobsen, for.Ja-eobsen, got n base on the first

naseman s error, went to second on

' ATLANTIC LITTLE LEAGUE

The Coco Solito Cubs, With a

record of eight' wins and two

losses; were the winners of the
first half Of the Atlantic Llttln

League' play? The cubs' finished
'with one-game margin r over

iMoiiepais'a--";.''-fc '-
The .aecohd half! begins Moh,

day.fternoon. and the winner

oi tne second half will play the
Cuba for the 1957 championship
in a play-off at the season's end.
If a most valuable player In
the first half were to be chosen,
Mario Villamarza would be one

of tnose given top consideration.
He' -compiled the best pitching
record with fire wins and no
losses. Hls- earned run' averaere

was an extremely low .920 which

was equanea only by Ly J. Chris Chris-toph
toph Chris-toph or the Pirates. ".';
At' the bat VMamarzo hit a
strontr .462 which future was sec

ond only to; Dougie Alberga's

mv me i op figure in, tne league,
Mike Baranlck of the cubs
and Edsal Hllty of the pirates

eacn nattea in ten rum to cop

batted-ni department. : There

were no home runs hit and only
six triples, with. Dave wilder of
Coca cola, Mike Baranick of
the Cubs, Bud Wainio, Rusty
Field and Reggie Lum of Mutual
and Mickey McElhone of the Po Police
lice Police pals each having one.
Two base hit leadership was
shared by Corky .- cortez and
Richy Chin both of the pirates,
who clouted five doubles apiece.
Behind Villamarzo and Chris Chris-toph,
toph, Chris-toph, the finest pitching records
were compiled by Bud Wainio of
Mutual and Luther Qulnn of the
Cubs each of whom registered
an earned run average of 2.08. j

NEW' YORk, Feb. lfri-(UP
Red-hot Orady Wallace,' south
Carolina's talented" shot-maker,
regained k the national college
hasketball scorine lead today in

Lhls. blazing three-cornered bat-

tie wwi vyiv yMwumiwip
Chet Forte. cC
The fi-f oot. 4-inch i Wallace

who's eight inches shorter than
Chamberlain and seven rincbes

taller .than Fort w racked, ua
44 points last .night in leading
South Carolina to a 91-19 victo victory
ry victory over virtslnia. The spree gave

hi ma total of 642 points In, -21

games for--30.57 average com compared
pared compared ..to Chamberlain s r 29.94
mark and -Forte' 30.16 average.
chamberlin and Forte have

ah .opportunity to regain tne
lead satarday night when Xan Xan-Missouri
Missouri Xan-Missouri atid Co

lumbia plays Dartmouth. Right
now. however; Wallace looks like

th hottest of the trio ana rap-

Idly is moving into the favorite's

role in tne scoring race, nn t
points set a new single game
mark for the South Carolina

fi.ir. hmiKH and he now has tai

lied 214 noints in, bis last, Six

games for 35.7 average per Kame.
w- hit on nin of his first 11

shotaJrom toe floor last, night

ana wouna up wm a -'
from the field and eight Of If
from the foul line.

Virginia started the game

with only one man tjuaraing
waiiar riradv thereuDon con

nected for 22 points in the first

half. Virginia sniitea inro a sna sna-inj,
inj, sna-inj, zone that had two men on
Wallace bi the second half but
he connected for 22 more,
A crowd of 4,000 at the field
house saw Wallace breas the
previous mark ; of 43 points
which he set for the home court
earlier this season. South Caro--lina
led,. 53-34, at halftlme.
' Kentucky,, the nation's third third-ranked
ranked third-ranked team,i) crushed Loyola
(111, o., 113-65, and fifth-ranked
Bradley shaded Loyola (New Or Orleans).
leans). Orleans). 73272,' at tJhlcago W;tn
two biggest games on Friday
night's program.: .1 ;

" ' I, n 1 ii i i .i .ma ,a ft... '..
'
' - j
j,. If v.,,, w M-' -A V-, tM-w-WW

7 .fcA. v ( BBr

- ft v

v.rf"

3 Top American League Teams Issue

Warning: Beware Of Detroit Tigers' r:

THi SPORTS PATROL
ly STIVf SNIDER

pinch at either second or third.
In addition, the club: added a

raliaf pltchr In a deal for Jack
Crlmian af the Athletics and an
utfieM spare in Gil Ceirt, a:
vttaran makiivg a comeback br ,.
way ef Minneapolis. t ', :
Regardless of the chanses. bam f

With a new. whio-crackini. man- ever, the' club isn't likely to move

ager in Jack Tighe and increati 1 if its pitching is much below 195'
Dower on the bench.jf the Detroit form. 1 -

Tigers are jockeying into position t "They got to get big years out'-''

to tke off in tne spring wnere.oi mose tnree young pitcners they--"
the finished last fall-uthe hottest! got," eaid Stengel, "or else make v'

NEW YORK, Feb. 15 (UP)-The:
chorus irom the three top Ameri American
can American League clubs is an emphatic!
warning to 'beware f of "the Ti

gers.'

i MAN AT. WORICJtKkv MarciMo'i righf' haad-pulled him put of a seemingly Impossible
&ttoV wW ihW cf .b-ve. and stilt w.:, :-r

cun club;

... NOTES

Coach Adolph Rupp's wildcats'

fnm r-vitrafl-n RTaoium recorus

total points for one game and

43. field goais.in one Bam
rnntd to their 18th victory in 22

gmii fionhomore Johnny Cox

tallied 22 point In the first half.

and aaaed iz m wie t1"" .i"1"
miriiM if thit second half to

UIIMU,vu j

lead the route, rc was me i""

straight defeat ior tne iiamoicia
and left them with a 10-10 sea season's
son's season's record.

Invcd a 15-noint

lead-early in the second half but
It took a field goal --by Barney
Cable with 13 seconds left to
play to lift the Indians to their
17th win In 20 games. Loyola's
second-half rally enabled It to
lead by 'one point thrte' times
late in the game. Bobby Joe Ma Ma-hiorh.8r.orer
hiorh.8r.orer Ma-hiorh.8r.orer for Bradley

with 25 points but It was Cable
who came through with, the key
baskets late in. the contest. ..,) V

Tn nthet imoortani trames Fri-

da niirht. Idaho State downed

Mnntana state. 82-70. Brlsham

Younr whipped Colorado A and

M. 81-68, Colgate .toppieo me

Citadel, 65-66. rennsyivann de defeated
feated defeated Penn State. 7T-88, Tem-

nle beat Duauesne, 64-60. and

Brown downed Princeton, 83-69.

The' "Balboa Gun blub made

an excellent effort Sunday to re revive.
vive. revive. Bit; Bore shooting, thanks

to til efforts- of Its new mana manager!
ger! manager! Cecil? Stevens. Sgt, Stevens,
from Ft. Kobbe. not only proved

to be' a good Big Bore manager

out an excellent snoi in winning
the6 first two events and High
Aggregate." Twenty shooters
turned out for the match and all
complimented the fine manner
that It was conducted.
Winners are a3 follows:
Match No. 1 20 shots standing
200 yards:
High Gun, Sgt. Cecil StaveriSi
94-7V. ' "'"
2nd, Jeannette Orf, OO-lOV'.
3rd, B. Nicholson, 89-3V,
4th, Paul Anderson, 88-1V. :
5th,, M-Sgt. Glen Thompson,
87-6V.
Match No. 2' Standing io sit

ting 20 shots:

High Gyn, Cecil Stevens,, ve-

9v.. .. : -. ,":-,

2nd, W. Hayey, 3-sv.
3rd, M-Sgt. Glen .Thompson,

81-3V. -iv, .,

4th, B, Nienoison, po-iv...
5th; Paul Anderson,-896V. ; ; ?
Match' No. 3 'Standing; to

Prone: :.

High GUn; W- Hauey, w-v.
2nd, Paul Anderson, 98-10 V.
ard reel! Stevens. 98-SV,

4th, Glen Thompson. P6-10V.
5th, B. Nicholson, 94-6V.
nj.tnVi Mn A Atrirro-ai-

High Gun, Cecil Stevens, 288 288-25V
25V 288-25V ' "' ' '" '-2nd,
2nd, '-2nd, Paul -Anderson, 275-17V.
arrt fJln ThomoSon. 274-19V.

Clarence Mcllvaihe was match
supervisor. Mrs. Pegy Keller

wasth statistical orncer,

vntiftaaiTi Smallbore shooters

turned out last Sunday mwnin
nr th first Smallbore match of

the year. Both prone-.iyi posi

tion snootuTjf wa mqunru j
the,. program tfiving tjiosev
choice If they so desired. How However,
ever, However, all hut on of the competi competitors
tors competitors fired In bpth.tjmes.

Tb Baiooa uun ;iuo w
motlntf to et the br1oiis

133 JAM-O

Former Tennis Champion Art Larsen
Proving He s A Fighter All The Way

So

& Fiscal :

iballers Whip

The Supply and Fiscal softbail
team defeated Sgt Terrill'a Ma

rine uuaros by 5 to 7 -at 6y 6y-mnlgton
mnlgton 6y-mnlgton Field. Rodman.
- The Marines scored four runs
in the second inning to take the
lead, but 8 and F bounced back
when Conrado oil connected a
r rrand-siam homer to tie the
core 4 to 4. ;
-. From .hereon the 5 and F
team kept going away, scoring
ll more times before the rmt
was completed with the Marines
able to score only three runs
fcore. - ..
The fielding gem el the day
was turned in by 8 and F. With
runners on flrat and second and
no one out, Thomaa of the Ma Marines
rines Marines line to d. Tudor at

first, wno stepped oh the bag,
throwing to Gil eorerinr second

to corrpieie the triple play.

ATLANTIC LITTLE LEAGUE
First Half Statistics

Player and Team

Alberga. Pirates. .
Villamarzo. Cubs. .
Cortez, Pirates. .
Hill, Cubs. ... .
Dockery, Coca Cola.
Wilder, Coca Cola. .
Baranlck, Cubs. ...
Roth, Braves. .
Quinn, Cubs. .
HUty, Pirates..
Wainio, Mutual.
Burza, Mutual. ....
Lum. Reg. Mutual. .
KarpinskL Police. -.
Peterson, Coca Cola.
Bath, Mutual. .
Hardiaty, Braves. .
Chla. Piratea. . .

Coffin, Police. ...

Jongbloed, Police. .
Chrlstoph, 12 r Pirates.
Field, Mutual. .
McElhone, Police.
Sanchez, Coca Cola.

. BATTING

(17 of more timet at bat)

S f

AB

30
26
34
18
26
27
25
33
30
30
28
33
33
30
28
29 :
29'
22
23
27;
36 i
25

R

ii
15 15-11
11 15-11

H

11;
10 :.
10
12 12-10
10 12-10 lov
,- 9
U
10
9
8

8
, t
8
8
6

6

S

3

2
1
I
1','
71
At

38 RBI

i

r j
1.

1

T -w I l- 4
9 a i

'.Pitcher aed Team
Vlllamarae; Cubs.-.
Burza, Mutual.
Coffin, Police. .
KarpinskL Police.
Christoph, Pirates.
Jongbloed. Police.
Alberga, Pirates. .
Qulnn, Cubs. .,.
Wainio, Mutual. .
Sanchez, Coca Cola.
Scbeldepg, Pirates.
Bath, Mutual. .
Wilder. Coca Co!a.

J Kardi.ny. Braves.
? 1

Iacir.r hiUrf the dav wai Seabolt. Braves.

W. vilstvn, cf Supply and Fiscal; Smith, Police. .
wfco had 4 io 4. I Huichlnson, Coca

J PTTCHTNG i

JL1 or mere innings)

, W L M-T. K
S 0 26 11'
. 2 0 12 t
. .. 2 0 18 '24
. 1 0 8 8
3 l 1 26 IT
4 3 1 23 12 1
..2 1 14 11
. 3 2 26 IS
. 2 2 -21 I2
. 1 -1 1 IS
, 11 Ml H'
. I 2 23 16

. . 1 2 22 26
. . 1 4 SO 39
. . 1 4 11 -II
...01 7 15
.Cola 0 3 19 34

per.
677
.462

f.44I,
...389
, .385
-J70
-360
; J43
;433
: J33

J321
414
.303
.300
.286
.286
.286

-.T76
1 1 ; J7.
6 jri

.261.

.259,
1240

I .240

f!

;:. 7
1 rl

.:. 3.-4

i 10
.4.
: -T
::3.,.
3
i.

6

shooters nsssmea s 'coram-' w
nrnfirlancv and at, that

time, caa offer '.hootin' for, he

various coTirwiois .--r
of a similar : -rapwtit to
the'r own. National Rife Av Av-Matinn
Matinn Av-Matinn tnls are used fw'deer-

inhi. Tchether a nerson Is a

Waster (th het. Fmert. flh,w flh,w-hooter.
hooter. flh,w-hooter. or MarVman, A Master.

th position hootin. Js.orie who
avers or hette'' out of a
uossMe 100 nolnts.- The Troer
we those whm everare from 2
o 94.99r. Jenette Orr waa the on only
ly only neron shoot'" that; had a
re"0?ni?ft clssslflcaMon. ,
Tn match T)unbr on- PaW An
Aptvnr fired 3P1-17T. ve-;

na. w Bond' wt.h 1-1T
'r' . M (1.1 SaM

.Tenue orr was tnira w,t'i .-t4X
t4X .-t4X Th frst Trtteh W9 20 not
prone at 50 yards and 20 shots

; By OSCAR F RALE Y
NEW YORK (UPl-Art Larsen,

the WirV little man with the wolf

ish" grin, always,. was '.a, fighter so
it's no surprise today to learn
that he's winning the toughest bat battle
tle battle of his embattled life.
' The former NationaJ Amateur
tennis champion ws injured crit critically
ically critically Nov. 10 when he cracked
up on his motor scooter. Severe
damage to the left side of the
brain required Immediate sur surgery;
gery; surgery; :- Si v
There- was little hope for his
life, at first, but they didn't know
"Tappy."
v He lived, but at first was only
a shell of the old energetic Lar Larsen.
sen. Larsen. He had lost the sight of his
left eye. his right side was para paralyzed
lyzed paralyzed and he. was unable to talk talk-Always
Always talk-Always slender, he became a
breathing skeleton at his weight
dropped away. s
But it was a determined walk
ing and talking Larsen who, ac

cording to word 'from California
hobbled into the California Re
habilitation Center at Kaiser Hos
pital the other day -with the ob observation:
servation: observation: '
"I've f?ot the will if they've got
the way!"
He had regained 15 pounds. Con

quered the paralysis in his face

so that again be could speak and
slowly was willing movement
back into those immobilized limbs
It's still a long way back. The
important thing is that he's fight

ing it, ana yet mat's no surprise

io nis mends.
When he came marching home
from World War II he had a ser serious
ious serious case of combat fatigue.. Art
was a machine, gunner withi the
ninth Army's 17th Cavalry. Al
Brest bis outfit was bombed bv

our own plsnes At Bastoene he

"had, 'rf plenty." ; 7

some more moves for relief oitiih

ers. Anyway, they're still lookir.i
for help and no telling where :'
they'll slop."
Those three .young pitchers ire
Billy Hoeft, Frank Lary and Paul'4":
Foytack who won a total i.f &,

"If they start that way, they'll ; games among them. Lary led thjn

be hard for anyone to catch, with 21-13, Hoeft had -a 29-14 te-said-Al
Lopez' of the White Sox. cord and. Foytack 15-13.
"I've heard more enthusiasm a Though Tighe is expected to rule
bout the Detroit club thts winter, with a .stronger hand than his m-e-'.

decessor, Bucky, Harris, he deule

ne s a are-eater, martinet or o

club in the league.

Pram, last July 4 anr they wen
even mare games than the Tan.
ki and the respect,, f laanad
theretrom it abviout among effi effi-cials
cials effi-cials o( tha Ynkas, Indiaas

i and White Sex.

than any other one In baseball,"

said Cssev Steneei of the Yankees.

"If they get some good work out' toon.crazy and expects to go H-itfi""

ivuwia wnv lou will m JUir
As it stands now, that probabljr';

means oonc wim tirst crack

of their relief pitchcrK,' we'll have
to look out."
And irom Hank Greenberg of
the Indians- "They're going to
make terrific fight of it with ev everyone."
eryone." everyone."
This off-season respect for the
Tigers, who wound up in fifth
nlace last season, is due in Dart

He w;r a fighter and had to be to minor moves hat could produce; Can Tuttr

as he won the U.S. crown at For ma ior results.

est Hills in 1950. For this was the To repair their lack of bench

Eddie Stanky of tennis. He could i strength, they added third base

man Jim Fimgan and first base

afcc

first base, Frank Boiling at sew'
ond, Harvey Kuenn at short, Fm'
gan at third,, Frank House catch-.:
ing and an outfield of Al Kaliw
Bill Tuttle and Charley Maxwell.;,

The outfiald ha tw euitisnj

return -te hla 195ST

not run. He could not hit. And he

was a scrawny little guy who ig.
norcd training with blatant con-

centratijn. But he knocked off all

the power hitters and took our lop
net prize.
Later on a trip to Australia,
there was cheering from the gal gallery
lery gallery as he doublefaulted. Turning
defiantly to the press box, Art an announced:
nounced: announced:
"Your crowd stinks! Print
that'"

There is no doubt that, armed iPalomas

onlv with his racnuet. he would oceiats

have willingly taken on the whole Conejos

gallery A fighter, this guy.
And he's proving 1 it all over
again today.

S"

form and will Mitxwall be

goad 4 last year?

But questions or not, it's a team '" '"-that
that '"-that has the clubs above thm

man Eddie Roblnsbn from Kansas! more than sliahtlv worried b

City and only this week brought cause from Julv 4 on last veair" '"
in utility inf'elde'r Jack Dittmertthe Tigors played the kind of bae
from Milwaukee to operate in a ball that wins pennants.

Fastlich League

Team

Pumas

Pericos
Macaws

won Lost ret.' sent

..5 2

prone at 100 yards. In a stronspn

wind, as was blowing Sunday,!
the- above scores are excellent, i

The score 390 means that was
the value of the shots, then the
I4X means that 14 shots were

within a circle inside the Bulls-1

eye. Ties are broken by tne use

of the "X ring" when the scores

are the same.
, In match number two, which
was 10 shots prone, 10 sitting, 10

kneelrnsr. and 10 standing ail

fired at 50 vards. Paul Anderson

was again the winner wih 361-(
8X.' Jennette Orr wa- second
with 360-6X. Set. Cecil Stevens

was 3rd with 351-ix.-
: Mrs. N. E- Dillman was the

maven iui"i r't iin 'W

and: Mrs. Helen Vegna- handled
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. 4 4 .500 on ,by walks Sander sent a longri
, 3 3 .500 'single to right to drive In two;
.12 6 .250 runs to break the tie -with one

io spare. .Tney added two lnsur-5
ance runs in the fifth without a
hit., a, :ri-

For. the Conejos Miller with one'

A message from Garcia
The Palomas behind the one-

hit oitchins of Oarcia. zomsr the

route,, bested the Conejo Fridaylfor twq .ot the-only- hit off cf
at the Fastlich diamond by a six 'Garcia?' FOP the palo-ns Hu'l-i ;"

to tnree score to improve tneir;aieston and Sander each han,-,
position in the ail Important loss one for two for the only hit
column, with only seven tames i given up by parker. ,.
left to olav hv the siv teama InJ Mondav'.T -am .u,-ill hrin. K,,.,

V the first half to produce a cham-j Ocelots and Macaws together 1
j'pion, no team ha a strangle for the last time in 1 (ht first..:.

? I hold on first place, so If you are half. Although the Macaws are

interested in seeing soirt very

excitine ban we recommend that
you attend all of these names.
The Conejos started Parker
who also went the distanfe giv giving
ing giving up only two hits, although
both pitchers were a little lon
on issuinsf hase on balJ. they

were very snort in tn n,it de

about one of the race they aro.;i

an set to Knocx off some of the s;
other teams as it so often hapw
pens. ,. ;

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TODAY al 1:30 p.m. see t lie matches--T I
'3rd Annual O Panama TNVITATIONAL TEMV1S T011RNA31EKTI
, , . (Finals JOMORRCW)
Men and Women's' Singles Men's Doubles A Mixed Doubles
5 Entrance: 50c grandstand $1 boxes. T

' Refreshments, bambonrers.- hot' doits, available at moderate price-
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TBK PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILT NIWSPAPH
SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 18,. 1957
C-. L A";. S ."S IviFriJ
THIS SPACE IS FOR SALE
FOR INFORMATION TELEPHONE 2-0740
THIS SPACE IS FOR SALE 1
FORJlilFORMATrON TELEPHONE'. 2-0740

r&GK EIGHT

I tw, Jl Aportments

. rOR RENT: Modem ehalet,
mt built, comfortable: 3 bad bad-reams,
reams, bad-reams, 2 bathrooms, living room,
alinjng room, porch, kitchen,
maid's room with bath, Z-ear
garage. Family without children.
Must ba scon to appreciate. 7th
Street, Golf Heights. Phone 3 3-C098,
C098, 3-C098, 3-1245.
FOR RENT. House: 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.'
FOR RENT: Furnished house:
3 bedrooms, all conveniences.
Via Brasil, 92nd Street corner.
Phone 3-6384.
FOR RENT: Completely fur fur-siished
siished fur-siished three bedroom modern
house. All conveniences. 168
Via Belisario Porraa.
FOR RENT: Modern furnished
chalet: living-dining room, two
bedrooms, bath, breakfast nook,
kitchen, garage and servant's
quarters. Nice landscaped
rounds. For appointment call
3-5403.
Hew Defense Budget
To Permit 'Sound'
Airpower Buildup
WASHINGTON, Feb. 16 (UP)
Air Force Secretary Donald A.
Guarles said today that President
Eisenhower's new defense budget
will nermit a "sound" buildup of
airpower. But he conceded it will
not be as "rapid as some of us
would like to see." i
The Air Force Is asking Con Congress,
gress, Congress, for 17.7 billion dollars for
the year starting July 1. This is
3. 3 billion dollars less than
Quarles originally urged on the
administration.
"Nevertheless, the Air Force
chief told a Jet-age conference
here that "in my opinion this new
budget will provide for a con
tinued buildup in air. power at a
sound rate."
He said the budget -will
Provide for purchase of enough
B52 heavy bombers' to complete
equipping of 11 wings of 45 planes
each. He said the B52 Is "a sub substantially
stantially substantially more advanced end
higher performance weapon sys
tcm" than the Russian Bison.
Provide continued procurement
01 jet tanker planes at a ratio
two tankers to three bombers.
Allow production of the new B58
supersonic bomber if current
flight tests are successful.
i ....
Give continued high priority to
ballistic missiles onwhicn prog
ress is "very satisfactory."
Complete he distant Early
Warning Line across the North
American continent above the
Arctic Circle and finance exten
sions of the line eastward and
westward from the continent.
"Altogether this '1s a strong
program," Quarles said.
Reorganiralion
Meeting Tomorrow
Of Young Churchmen
A meeting for the reorganiza reorganization
tion reorganization of the Episcopal Young
Church ItlAn will hat Vtaklsi at.. C
- ... ... v... nBU tit; iia via..
Peter's church. La Boca, at 12:20
MmAmin aft.H... C It.-
ly coffee minute.
All youthful communicants of
the parish are invited to the meet meeting,
ing, meeting, at which the Rev. John Spear,
priest In charge, will address the
group.
1 The annual youth cpnvention of
the district is scheduled for St.
Peter's this year, and will take
place next Friday, Washington's
birthday. Delegates are expected
to attend from the various parishes
nd missions In the diocese.
t
A choral communion 9 a.m. will
open the convention. Father Spear
will be celebrant, the Rev. John
A. Spaldig, epistoler, the Rev. Al Allan
lan Allan R. Wentt, gospel er, and the
Bev. Clarence W. Hayes, chair
man of the youth department of
the diocese, preacher.
Delegate will be served break breakfast
fast breakfast and lunch in the parish hall.
Dinner at the Cathedral and Even Evensong
song Evensong at 7:30 p.m. will climax the
Convention.
rVe-Leftftfl Season
' Services at St, Peter's for to
morrow, beginning the pre-lenten
Reason.' include a choral Eucharist
at 10:30 a.m.
WFiCTION :
fte etvar Ian he rnfrrrtwi
rn. nam mm4 PAStT. WIHu.
m 't, rhhmry. aw mrmii mrmii-aMe.
aMe. mrmii-aMe. CASASFARTON
Crystal

ATTENTION. 0. 1.1 Just built
modem furnished apartments, 1,
2 bedrooms, hot, cold water.
Phono Panama 3-4941.

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: -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:-- targe apartment!
living room, porch, 2 bedrooms,
large kitchen, maid'l room, 2
bathrooms, garage. Call Panama
3-3338.
FOR RENT: 2-bedroom apart apartment
ment apartment and garage,- near the A A-merican
merican A-merican Embassy, Chile Avenue
41-38. Phone 3-0611.
Resorts
Spend your week ends at Rio
Mar, the best bathing beach in
the Republic, with all conveni conveniences.
ences. conveniences. Moderate prices. The
new management is anxious to
serve you.
PHILLIPS Ocoansida Cottages,
Santa Clara. Box 335 Diablo Hta.
phone Panama 3-1877, Cristobal
3-1673
FOSTER'S COTTAGES and large
beach house. One mile past Ca Casino.
sino. Casino. Phone Balboa 1866.
Nothing to compare with HOTEL
PANAMONTE In cool BOQUETE.
Wire your reservation.
Reserve NOW. Inexpensive sat satisfying
isfying satisfying vacation Santa Clara
Beach. Shrapnel' furnished
NY Supreme Court
Refuses To Solve
Two-Wife Dilemma
NEW YORK (UP) The New
York Supreme Court refused
Thursday to solve the two wife
dilemma of millionaire John Jacob
Astor III.
Justice Samuel Gold said the
dilemma was "purely abstract"
anyway.
Astor had asked the court to
decide whether he was legally
married to the former Gertrude
Gretsch of New York or to Dolores
Fullman of Miami Beach, whom
he married after getting a Mexi,
can divorce from Miss Gretsch.
Miss Gretsch is recognized as his
legal wife by the state of New
York and he pays her S3,ooo
month. Miss Fullman, his legal
wife according to the state of Flor
Ida, receives $1,000 a month. The
millionaire asked which was en
titled to payments.
Gold ruled that Astor must eon
tinue to support both.
His attorneys said Astor, who is
In Florida, also wanted to know
which Mrs. Astor ne could De
reconciled to "without risking the
commission of a crime where the
other wife had a separation de decree."
cree." decree." Thev said he could file a
joint income tax return, if he knew
who was Ms legal wile.
Gold said as far as he knew
there was no evidence of a recon reconciliation
ciliation reconciliation on the part of anyone and
therefore the problem was "con
tingent." And, as for the income
tax question it is "nypomeucai
and abstract. he said, and sue-
gestel Astor contact tax authori
ties.
Judge Orders Man
To Marry His Own
-Yr-OId Daughter
HAVANA. Feb. 18 (UP A
man who raped the 15-year-old
daughter he had with a common
law wife was ordered by a court
today to marry the girl because
she is pregnant.'
judge Francisco caiaenn ap ap-Droved
Droved ap-Droved the weddiner of Tom as
Jimenez Otano to his daughter
Julia in view of his legal status
as a bachelor.
Ale With Spirits
LONDON. Feb. 15 (UP) John
Bull. 34. was fined in police court
today for being drunk and disor disorderly.
derly. disorderly. The owner of the Metropole
stormed into his establishment

"shouting and laying down thejpiace-

lai
He went from table to table
insulting customers and tearing
up menus," the owner said. "He
picked up a chair and mom it.
He pulled a table over."
Bull admitted the charges and
was fined $2 AO and ordered to pay
83.50 damages.
.'1 am a beer 'man," he ex
plained. "But last night I had a
few sotrtfs wiin my ate ana i
apologize."
For fnviroratinc ate'oer Ufa
he la ver ear and drive te
, HOTFL PANAMONTE,
BOQCETE.
at 4N ft Hea.Hh-riviri( air.
Wire year reservatieo.

i vtvv vmm An WITH ON OF mm

INTERNAL. DE PUBLICACIONK8 No.

BARDO No. 2S "B" Street MORRISON 4th at July Ave.. i St.
FARMAGIA LUX 164 Central Avenue HOUSEHOLD EXCHANGE J. Fo. de
VAN-DER-JIS 50 Street No. S3 FABMACIA EL BATURRO Parque Lefevre
the Bella Vista Theatre.

Automobiles
FOR SALE: 1956 Chevrolet
"210" Sports Model, whit and
turquoise, automatic transmis transmission,
sion, transmission, radio, heater, turn signals,
like new. Can be financed. Tele Telephone
phone Telephone Bal. 4241. House 0434
A, Ancon.
FOR SALE:- 1956 Plymouth-6
Savoy 4-door, 2-tone, push-but-'
ton shift, radio, other extras,
7000 miles, $1795. 2524-A,
Cocoli.
FOR SALE: Jaguar Mark VII
sedan, top condition. Phone Pan Panama
ama Panama 2-0610 and 3-4700.
FOR SALE: Studebaker truck,
I ton, platform. Call 3-4718.
FOR SALE: '56 Studebaker,
extras. Best offer. Phono Balboa
1716.
FOR SALE; 1956 M.G. Conv.,
excellent condition. Call Gulick
653. .'
FOR SALE: Model "A" Ford
truck, duty paid; 25 or 60-cycle
refrigerator. 5440: Diablo.
FOR SALE: 1950 Chev. Con Convertible,
vertible, Convertible, good condition. Can be
financed. Call 2-2707.
LIFE INSURANCE
call
JIM RIDGE
General Agent
Gibraltar T If e Ins. Co.
for rates and information
Tel. Panama 2-0552
Post office drawer E, Diablo, Ca Canal
nal Canal Zone.
ITRANSP9RTES BAXTER, S. A.
Packers Shipper Mover
Phones 2-2451 2- 2562
Learn Riding at
PANAMA RIDING SCHOOL
Riding & Jumping Classes daily
3 to 5 p.m. Phone 2-2451
er by appointment.
CHILDREN & GENERAL
DENTISTRY
Dr, ILL Elsenraann T
Dr& C. E. Fabrecs
C.Z. Dental-Medical Polyclinic
Tlvoll (4 of July) Ave. 21A24
(opposite Ancon School playfroiuid)
"Slim font figure down"
BODY REDUCING
McLevy Machines, Manage
Steam Bath male and female
0RT0PEDIA NACI0NAL
SS Av. Juste Arasemena S-Mll
Dr. SCHOIX trained Chiropodist

Pre-Dawn Beachside Brawl Promoted
By Anita Ekberg's Bosomy Torso

PALM BEACH7 Fla., Feb. 16
(UP) Anita Ekberg's bosomy
torso apparently promoted' a
beachside brawl in the pre-dawn
moonlight today that set Palm
Beach society on Its ear.
Disarrayed in one corner was
the blonde Swede's bridegroom,
Englis-actor Anthony Steel, fight fighting
ing fighting for his wife's honor. The other
combatant, fighting for art and
self-defense, was Cuban sculptor
Joseph Dubronyi. Dubronyi appar
ently was the creator of a nude
bronze statue and intimate photo photographs
graphs photographs of Miss Ekberg's charm
which have gained wide circula
tion in a men s magazine.
The arena was the lavish Heart
Fund charity ball at the swanky
new Palm Beach Towers thrown
bv Mrs. Horace Dodge II. the
former actress Gregg Sherwood.
No one was hurt.
Blow-by-blow accounts passed
bv word-bf-mouth among the somo
700 guests were too varied to give
an accurate description of the
fray or determine a winner.
But the handsome Tony Meei,
holding his head la one hand and

noiaing nis neaa one n,na .na ket toTeitfeatio,'. -the
telephone in the other, did not

remember the encounter. He told
i fr"J v.", "ZU?",
Dubronyi and had not participated
in any Ilgnts ai me oau. ine
sculptor could not be found after
the party.-
Dodge, nost ot &ieei ana miss
Ekberg, also denied the fight took
"Everything went along perfect-
. . . ..
if." t"T Z:tl
But spokesmen at the hotel ..id
lhr. "r4finittv" llarf been a
brawl about 2:30 a.m. on the
beachside
laws leading
to the
water.
i
Before retiring,- Steel had told
one columnist that Dubronyi had
thrown a chair at him and he had
tossed one back.
"Unfortunately, I had been
drinking a little .and I, missed,"
he added.
Friends of Steel reported the
handsome former Bnusa para

hntte ai hrnl sm rh'lu;-tee can suboens them. The

magazine pictures because Miss

j Ekberg had denied ever posing
'for Dubronyi. i
' jui anger erupted when b saw

tr.ENTl ftR ntlR OFFICES' AT. 1S-S7

3 Lottery Plan CASA ZALDO Central
Miscellaneous
FOR SALE: Boxer. 3 years old.
. registered. Son of champion,'
Phone 3-6020.
FOR SALE: Brambach Baby
Grand Piano $195. Phon Al Al-brook
brook Al-brook 4240.
FOR SALE: Remington 22-cal-iber
pump gun, model 121, ex excellent
cellent excellent condition, $30, Phon.
: Curundu 5177.
FOR SALE: Water heater and
horse with saddles. 3-2091 after
9 p.m.. and Sunday.
FOR SALE: Light plant, 3-Kw.
Onan, 60-eyc, 1 1 0-220-volt, I
and 3-phase, 2 or 3 -wire, ex-''
cedent condition, ideal for con
tractor, $400. House 1813-G,
Old Cristobal, call 3-2838 after
5 p.m.
PANAMA CANAL COMPANY
OFFERS VARIOUS ITEMS FOR
SALE. Sealed bids, for opening
' in public, will be received until
10:30 a.m., February 21, 1957,
in the office of Superintendent
of. Storehouses, Balboa, for in ingredients
gredients ingredients and supplies for the
manufacture of toilet articles,
pharmaceuticals, containers and
closures, 5-gallon bottles and
chlorine cylinders. For further
' information and copy of Invita Invitation
tion Invitation No. $-57-330 contact office
of Superintendent of Storehouses,
Balboa, telephone 2-1086.
General
ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS
DRAWER "A," DIABLO
BOX 1211, CRISTOBAL. CX
Lesson
Ballet, Spanish, dance, guitar, la ladies
dies ladies rhythmic exercise, children'
rhythmic band. Mrs. Donaldson.
Phone Gulick 689.
For most parents, their major
problems ore minors. onuo
the sculptor at the ball and wit witnesses
nesses witnesses said the tall actor issued
the customary fist in the face
challenge for the fight to move
outside.
One of the seconds reported the
fight developed into a wrestling
match and the participants
emerged with nothing but "a few
grass stains on their dinner
clothes."
But Steel denied this. He said
his wife was "too dignified to pull
off her per and hit anyone."
Teamsters' Head
Asked To Cooperate
How In Labor Probe
WASHINGTON, rebate (UPV-
Chairman John L. McUeuan (O (O-Ar.)
Ar.) (O-Ar.) said Today that Teamsters
Union President Dave Beck can
legin "at once" if he wants to
"cooperate" with the Senate labor
I McClell,n renewed his request
"t Beck turn over .all his per-
son a I financial records from 1950
o date for study by the commit committee
tee committee staff until it can question
Beck personally.

Beck, now in Vienna, reviewing native vice president, wrote .Mc .Mc-the
the .Mc-the Hungarian refugee problem. iCellan that he would be "pleased"
tjld the United Press there he has to testify "m those matters rele-

no objection to supplying nis,ant to the conduct ot your in-

records. He Said he is
willing
J eommiUe
.v.v-.
Informed of Beck's remarks.
McCiellan said:-'"That's aU the
committee asks of him his full
cooperation. He caa begin, by
staking his personal financial rec records
ords records available at once so the com-
mittee staff may. examine the-,
and thus expedite it$ work. u

public hearings may be held at.tnioo activity before the Senate;

an early date."
If Beck's aides do not furnish
he records voluntarily, the cem-
committee cannot tuopena iseci
ntu he returns from Europe
bout March 2.
Eisar O. Moha, Teamsters ex-

H" RTBEET, PANAMA LJBREBI A PKECIADO 7, Street No. 13 AGENCIAS

Ave. 45 LOURDES PHARMACY

SEiiviCB Ave. 'iivou no. e FAKMAC1A ISTAUUS UNiuus-frlty wnirii ve.
la Ossa Ave. Ms. 41 FOTO DOMY Justo Arnemena Ave. and 33 St. FARMACI.
I Street FARMACIA "SAS" Via PorrM 111 ) NOVEDADES ATH1S Betide

Real Estate
FOR SALE:- Residential home,
concrete. First class flr comfort comfortably
ably comfortably built. Modem conveniences.
Ample grounds, fenced. 26 me meters
ters meters front. 40 meter depth.
Owner leaving. For information
call telephone 2-3012 during
office hours.
FOR SALE: One comfortable
home in New Arraijan, equipped
with electric plant. Bargain price
$1200. For information see Tu Tu-ffon,
ffon, Tu-ffon, at i The Panama American
Job Department. . i
Boats & Motors
FOR SALE: 16-feot boat com complete
plete complete with 10-hp. Johnson out outboard,
board, outboard, life jackets, fittings and
trailer, $395. 82IX Crete St..
Balboa. tKJ
FOR SALE: Beat frailer,, Elgin,
1 1 foot tongue, good. Burn Burn-ham,
ham, Burn-ham, 6361-1, Los Rioa, 2-1654.
Dent In Ike's
HOUSE COMMITTEES INSIDE
WASHINGTON, Feb. 618 (UP)
The House Appropriations Com
mittee made scarcely a dent in
President Eisenhower's 71.8 bil billon
lon billon dollar record peacetime bud budget
get budget today as it approved the first
regular spending bill of the new
longress..
The committee trimmed 880,-

House Committee Makes Slight

354,000! off Mr Eisenhower's re- k renewed its proposal that postal
quest for $3,965,291,000 ( for the.iates be raised to levels "more

Treasury. Post Office and Xf.S.
Tax Court in the fiscal year start
ing July 1. The cats amounted to
about two per cent
Committee members previously
had pledged to make substantial
lashes in the bud ere t. Thev ex
plained ahnost Sorrowfully that
ne first money mil did not offer
a fair test because the .agencies
involved were not subject to much
cutting. i
Made Miner Cuta
The committee made minor cuts
here and there. But in all major
categories voted more money

than was provided for the current CW.00 less than Mr. Eisenhower
year. The total was $250,652,150 sought, but an 'increase of $27, $27,-higher,
higher, $27,-higher, with 191 million dollars go- C60,000 over this year,: ,.
ing for such things as govern- The Tax Court would get
ment pay raises approved by Con- ,81,460,000, just what the President
gress.- -i : --r W'i.jtsked and $95,000 more thn,this
In a sign of the times,, the com-'year.

Unsafe Machines Blamed
For Bishop Mine Disaster

WASHINGTON. Feb. 16 (UP
The United Mine Workers'. Union
today blamed improper super
vision and a short circuit In the
ventilation system for the Feb.' .4
coal mine disaster at Bishop, Va.,
mat uiied 37 men,
The UMW said its "preliminary
conclusions" as to the causes of
the explosion at the Pocahontas
Fuel Co. mine were based on
investigations made by UMW, the
U. S. Bureau of Mines, the, state
of West Virginia and the com company.
pany. company. The Bureau of Mines has
not yet m adepts report public.
The entrance to the mine id. in
West Virginia.
In its bi-weekly publication,' The
Journal, the UMW said: r
"Supervisory ,- failure's to Snake
proper- inspections for accumula
tions of explosive methane gas, a
short circuiting of the .ventilation
system and the useof mining
machinery la non permissible
condition" a term used by the
Bureau of Mines to mean unsate
"are the apparent causes"
the disaster.
The union Quoted Charles Fer
guson, safety director who partic participated
ipated participated in the Investigation,' as
saying "The top management of
iestigation. i.
Mcdellan replied that the rack
ed committee -wouia not
testimony from Mohn on tie coo-
djet of its investigation but on
facts and Information w 1 1 a l
jour knowledge." ?
Moha facet a pending contempt
f Conares citation for refusing
to answer Questions about his
Permanent Investigating subcom subcommittee,
mittee, subcommittee, which McQeUaa also
heads. ' f ;
'Mohn challenged the subcom
mittee.' rieht t question him
Mien be appeared before it Jsa.
IS.

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Record Budget
Imittee provied an extra $2,873,000
tit the office of U.S. TreaaiirAr.
: It aid the extra money wis for
he "procurement and transoorta-
tion" of currency because inflation
had increased the demand for
money. x
The committee again exnressed
its alarm over the continued defi-
t in the Post Office department
appropriate to the costs."
Raise 'Mall Rsts
The administration has told Con Congress
gress Congress that the nostal deficit will
xiso :'tr. one billion dollars unless
first class mail rates are raised
from, 3 to 5 tents as part of a
general rate increase. ...
The committee', voted 8691.467.-
C30 for the Treasury- Department,
a cut of $22,364,000 from the bud bud-fst
fst bud-fst request but $42,897450 more
than thia vr..
The Post Office Department was
voted 83.192.000.000. This wa ttft..
the mine had given too much
responsibility for safety to minor
supervisory officials."
Ferguson "was sure that if the
top company officials had been
aware of the conditions in the
mine," it said, "corrective action
would have been taken."
The union said the mine was
classsfied as "extremely gassy"
by the Bureau of Mines' but was
"generally believed to be a safe
mine, despite the large amounts
of gas liberated." ',
Apparently the ventilation in
the section of the mine where the
exnlosion occurred had been In
terrupted, the union said, and as
a result enough methane col collected'
lected' collected' to become explosive.
Although equipment being used
in the mine was of permissible
type, none of it bad been kept in
safe condition. Ferguson was
quoted a saying there were indi
cations the machinery was safe
during state and federal inspec
tions but was allowed to deteri
orate between Inspections.
The only thing that prevented
a worse disaster, the union said.
was that "the mine appeared to
have been well rock-dust ed.. This
prevents coal dust explosions.
Rosewall Makes
US Pro Tennis
Debut Tomorrow
EW YORK (CP- Kea Rose Rose-wall,
wall, Rose-wall, the former Australia Davis
Cap star, makes his professional
debut ia this country Sunday when
he meets hard-hitting Pancbo Gob-,
sales at Madisoa Square baraen
ia the first of their crosscountry
tour of 88 er M ore tennis
matches.
KosewaO, who stanl a mere
f5eet, 8 inches compared te Gon
zaies' feet. 1H inches, trails aft
er the IX matches played ia Aus Australia.
tralia. Australia. I-t, but wmm the last three
matches.?

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Favorites Win, Upsets Scored
In El Panama Tennis Tourney

Omphroyand Melfl won out
over the strong Henriquez-Oer
clch combination 6-1, 6-4 last
night at the El Panama court
The Nesbit-Pincus duo, that
had such a tough struggle
Thursday night in. three sets,
again came on a tough pair ,in
Fisher and Pinilla. The Nesbit
team was again forced to three
sets but wound up on top 6-4,
5- 7, and 6-3.
Ruiz from Peru won out over
John Perry in straight sets 6-1.
6- 1. A. Rojag from Costa Rica
took the measure of Graham in
another, thriller that wa3 not
over till the last shot Thu senro
was 6-4, 3-6, 6-3. This put Rojas
in me' semmnais tonignt; with
Hearne.
.Cunningham, and Dehlinger
defaulted to the young; Costa
Rica pair as they claimed their
experience of so many, years
would not make for an even
match. :
J. Rojas from Costa Rica took
the measure of Bill Hele, 6-3, 6-
.... .,-: : -v
The most outstanding- match
or the tournament ut to date
was in the men's singles when
Hearne tangled with youns Wer,
tne no. l man from Crtiatemaia.
Wer was slow in starting: and
Hearne captured the first set 6-
2. And also took the second set
in a hard-fought tussle.
One Pf the favored team In
the men's doubles continued to
confirm., their backers', opinion
by winning- In a coocU match
when Ruiz and Lee stopped the
Guardia and Stroon combina
tion 6-3, 6-3. The Omenitsch-
Wer team took the Lambert-
Plambeck pair In two straight
sets by tne score or 6-o ant b-o.
Sexton-Beach heat Engl-GHck-
enhaus 6-0, 6-1. v
The first match-of the day
was in the women's singles di division,
vision, division, which featured the first
malor unset of the tournament.
Ursala Cosiswell defeated Carol
Glickenhaus 6-3, 1-6, 6-..
Aileen Oaylard had some
trouble setting started as Nancv
Aclv came out driving; the ball
to all corners, but she went on
to win 6-3, 6-1.,
June Lee ulayed her usual fine
brand of tennis to win over Mrs.
Pincus 6-1, 6-2. i :
This afternoon the mixed dou doubles
bles doubles get under way at 2 p.m. with
m1 bf MA In In. ta.
muster- r-3

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Morgan, and Obarrio .slated to
meet the Plambeck-plambecis
duo. At this same hour Glicken Glickenhaus
haus Glickenhaus and Glickenhaus .will meet
Lim and Ruiz. At 3 p.m., the
Cogswell and Cogswell team will
meet Nunne and Nuttingham
and at this same hour the pin-cus-plncus
pair will play Fried Friedman
man Friedman and Nelson. The mixed
doubles winners in the after afternoon
noon afternoon will Djfay ; again tonight,
.- This evening will see the semi semifinals
finals semifinals of thef men's singles, and
the men's doubles possibly will
be run off at the same time.
TIME ETERNAL It's always
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in Johnson CreeJc, Wia.1
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isn't reaL Space was provided
for a clock when the church
was built 60 years ago but it
was never : bought, and these
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Atheist Claims
Miami U. Denied
.Him Internship
MIAMI (UP)--A former Unlver Unlver-ity
ity Unlver-ity at- Miami student charged to today
day today that he was. denied an oppor-
tunity to Intern at a high school
by the university because he is a
self-proclaimed atheist.
. Thomas C. Robinson, 36, said an
application to serve as a univer university
sity university practice teacher had been ac accepted
cepted accepted previously. But be charged
a faculty advisory committee
called back the application after a
: letter written by him was pub pub-.lished.;
.lished.; pub-.lished.; ' (

f Robinson's letter concerned re-

Dgious education in public schools
and he said it expressed atheistic

Tiewpoints. t

. University titncian s a 1 a mo

-charge is only "half right." The
university said ft did not take ae ae-;
; ae-; tlon because "Robinson is an athe atheist
ist atheist but because he is "militant
: sad fanatical about his belief." 1
i TV axiilfo aitviuirr committee

Millionaire
Reported Dodging
Unpaid Bills
WEST PALM BEACH. Fla.

(UP) Millionaire socialite Horace

Dodge is in more hot water with
bill collectors.
Suit was filed here Wednesday

by David's of Fifth Avenue, a new

York jewelery firm, against Dodge
and his wife, 1 former show girl
Gregg Sherwood.
The firm charges that the auto
heir and his wife bought jewelry
and other items from December,
1954 to mid-1955 and never paid
for them. The bill amounts to
$3,334, according to the jewelry
firm. r
Several New York jewelers and
clothiers have filed suits recently

for collection of bills allegedly

owed by Podge. :
said Robinson could enroll in any
university course except the in internship
ternship internship one because "we honestly
couldn't ask any (high) school
faculty to take him.?

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PANAMA, R. P., SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 16, 195?

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Grand Jury To Report Today On
Seven White Men Accused Of

Charges Against
Racial Violence

.. YOKNAPATAWPHA COUNTY,
Feb. 16 (UP) A grand jury con considering
sidering considering charges against s e v en
white men accused in connection
With racial violence in Montgome Montgomery,
ry, Montgomery, Ala., was scheduled to make its
report today.
Whilethe grand ury readied
Its presentments, police in Clin Clinton,
ton, Clinton, Tenn., were working to find
tht parties responsible for simi similar
lar similar violence in that troubled
Tennessee City last Thu r s d a y
night.
However, Dixie's segregation
worries weren't confined to court
dockets and police blotters. In
iwochinotnn the South's congres-

loartprs were sDurring an at

tack against the administration's

civil rights program.
fmintv Grand Ju

ry was to make its presentments
this afternoon, after hearing the
o.riHonre acainst seven men

charged with bombing or attempt-

ng to bomb wegro prupeiy
wake of bus integration troubles.
vS.u rrairf Solicitor William

Thetford presented the state s evi

dence to the grana jucy
tempt to bring the seven men to

trial. They are currently free on
bonds ranging from $250 to $13,000.
Two of the men are accused of
bombing the inhabited home of the
Rev. Ralph D. Abernathy, a Negro
integration leader, and could pos possibly
sibly possibly face a death sentence.
Two more are charged with
bombing two churches and the
other three are charged with at attempting
tempting attempting to bomb the home of
Montgomery's top integration lead leader,
er, leader, the Rev. Martin Luther King.

One of the men is also accused of I

firing a pistol bullet into an inte

grated city bus.
At Clinton, Police Chief Francis
Moore said a bombing which rock rocked
ed rocked a Negro section of the city last

Thursday night was "attempted

murder. j
The bias was the eighth and
mo?t destructive at the Tennes Tennessee
see Tennessee town where integrated class classes
es classes were carried on at Clinton
High School despite the violence.
Three persons were slightly in injured
jured injured by the blast.

Grace Co. Charges
PAA With Delaying
Panagra's Growth
WASHINGTON (UP) W. R.
Grace and Co., has charged Pan
merican World Airways with un unlawfully
lawfully unlawfully holding back' the growth
if Pan American Grace Airway.
Panagra).
Grace and Pan American own
equal parts of Panagra.
Grace made the charge in a peti petition
tion petition filed with the Civil Aeronau Aeronau-lics
lics Aeronau-lics Board to extend Panagra s
routes from Balboa, Panama, to
New York and Washington by way
of Miami and from Balboa to Los
Angeles and San Francisco via
Mexico City.
Grace charged that Pan Ameri American
can American "over many years" has "de "de-ligned
ligned "de-ligned to restrain Panagra's
growth in favor of Pan American s
LOO per cent-owned operation."

Pan American said law mc

Brownell Defends Administration's
Stand On Negroes' Voting Rights

WASHINGTON, Feb. 16 (UP) (UP)-AKerney
AKerney (UP)-AKerney General Herbert Brown Brown-tlon's
tlon's Brown-tlon's civil rights program is
needed to prevent mass disen disen-ell
ell disen-ell Jr. said today the administra administra-franchisement
franchisement administra-franchisement of Negro voters."

He said the authority provided

in the program to Dring civil

suits when voting rights are
threatened would be more effec effective
tive effective than the present system of

bringing criminal proceedings

after violations have occurred.

His statement before a Senate

Judiciary subcommittee was chal

lenged by Sen. bam. J. trvin jr.
(D-NC), a member of the South Southern
ern Southern group fighting the legislation.
Southern witnesses have denied

Negroes are being deprived of

voting rights.

Ervin said the administration
nrotoosal would give a "politically

minded attorney general" power

to "intimidate election officials
throughout the United States." He

said it also would "destroy the

rights of the people for trial by
jury."

Brownell promised to give the
subcommittee a list of hundreds

of recent court cases to back up

Moore said the bomb was plac placed
ed placed by the.bccupant of a car within
50 feet of a dozen children and
four adufts. He promised the police-would
arrest any suspects in
the case and that all suspects
would be given lie detector tests.
Meanwhile, a number of white
townspeople In Clinton have offer

ed aid to Negro families who s e
homes, were, damaged by the blast.

Numerous white' citizens, includ

ing newspaper publisher Horace V.

Wells Jr., and the Rev. Paul Turn

er, offered financial assistance xor
emergency repairs.

Turner : was beaten by angry

white segregationists last fall af after
ter after he escorted several Negroes to

classrooms at racially integrated

Clinton High school.

At Washington, a Senate Sub

committee studying civil rights le-

INCOME TAX MADE E ASY (No., 5 ):

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Dividend & Interest Quiz
Ci?. th yt think are correct; then compare your
v answers with the ones printed below:

j. iou received $79 divi divi-dends
dends divi-dends in 1958 on stock in vour

name. Your wife received $40
dividends in stock in her name.
How much can be excluded

on a joint return

w on-ammunitjr property states:
,?100 $50-; $9-.'
1 J" Wmunity property stater

I. On June !, 19S8, you you-eaahed
eaahed you-eaahed in a savings bond which
had coat you $18.75 and re re-cenred
cenred re-cenred $21.50. Was your profit

V ) interest-, or

at capital gain

u you received divi.

use:

PC Employes Reminded Of March 10
Deadline For Group Insurance Plan

his charge of a mass disenfran-.gislation recalled Attorney Gener

Ancon Will Sail
Northbound Next
Monday At 3 p.m.
The Panama liner Ancon, which

ran American arrived in Cristobal from New
ffiS Vork thUmorning at 6 o'clock is

" ; ,oi,;r. I now scneuujeu iu sau uh ci nuiiu-

Riiempis By ie vnatis uniuoiiif
interests to repudiate contracts.'
Chester Johnson,
Ex-Chief Examiner,
Dies In Florida
Chester Brownell Johnson, a re retired
tired retired chief examiner for the Pana Panama
ma Panama Canal, died at his home in St.
Petersburg. Fla., according to
word reaching the Isthmus today.
Mr. Johnson was 70 years old.
He was born in Elmira, N. Y. and
retired from the Canal in 1946. He
made his home in St. Petersburg
aince his retirement.
He is survived by his wife Marie Marie-Louise,
Louise, Marie-Louise, who was with him at the
time of his death.

bound voyage onta3ttepienhedut to

p.m.
The vessel now has 102 passen passengers
gers passengers booked for the United States
and 12 passengers scheduled to dis disembark
embark disembark itf Port-au-Prince, Haiti.
The ship is scheduled to be in

Port-au-Prince next Wednesday

and Thursday

Howard C. Petersen, member of

the Panama Canal Company Board

ef Directors, arrived on the ship,
accompanied by Mrs. Petersen.
He will remain in the Canal Zone
for a short visit during which time

he will confer with Canal officials

on Panama Canal Company mat

ters.
U. S. Representative Hubert B.

Schudder, Republican congressman
from California, was also among
the passengers who arrived today,
accompanied by his wife.

chisement of Negroes. He said
these cases "could have' been

handled better" by civil action.

, The civil suit authority is a key

point in President Eisenhower s

civil rights program. He also

wants a bi-partisan civil rights

commission, a civil rights dlvison

in the Justice Department and$

strengthened laws to ..protect
voting rights.
Southern Democrats have made
it clear they will throw all pos

sible roadblocks in the path of
civil rights bills. In addition to

lengthy questioning of witnesses,

they have kept the subcommittee

from meeting during senate ses

sions and adopted other delaying

tactics. ,y
Brownell and Ervin engaged In

a highly legalistic exchange over

the constitutionality of Uie admin administration's
istration's administration's proposals and the
present laws under which the
government can seek a court

order to prevent a law violation.

Ervln contended that injunctions
and other pre-election civil suits
would be keply to stir up more
strife and resentment" than crim

inal action following the election.

He said the administration is
seeking broader powers to en enforce
force enforce what remains of the "Ku
Klux Act" of 1871. He said the
Supreme Court had thrown out
"virtually identical language" in
another law.
But Brownell said the constitu

tionality of the proposal "has
been upheld." He said the admin administration
istration administration would "zealously" guard

an individuals ngnt to a iair

triaL For that matter, he said,

the courts would not allow it to

do otherwise

al Herbert Brownell. Jr., to testi

fy for a third straight day, and

southern members of the commit committee
tee committee serve'd notice that they plan

ned to use all the delaying tactics
possible to beat the administra

tions program.
Sen. Herman Talmadge (D.
Ga.) said in testimony prepared
for delivery today that civil rights
legislation it not necessary eince
all Americans, regardless of race
or color, already are "fully" pro protected
tected protected as fo their civil rights.

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Ulcers occur most frequently

people who indulge too much in1
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Employes of the Canal organiza organizations
tions organizations have been reminded of the
approaching deadline for filing
their applications for. group health
insurance under the plan now be being
ing being offered.
In a special announcement yes

terday, the Group Health Isur Isur-ance
ance Isur-ance Board called attention to the
fact that the present period for
filing applications will end March

10. this is the time limit that has

been set to obtain at least 50 per

cent employe participation lor the

insurance plan to become effective

on a non-selective basis.

A considerable number of appli

cations were filed during the past

few weeks, and Robert Van Wag

ner, President of the Insurance

Board, said he estimates that near
ly one-third of the total number re
quired have filed applications.
During the past few weeks An

drew M. Wright, general agent of

Mutual 01 Omaha, Dr. JPaolucci,
and Van Wagner have Spent con considerable
siderable considerable time in meeting with em

ploye groups to explain the group
health insurance plan.
The plan offers good practical

insurance coverage for the Pana

ma Canal Company Canal Zone

Government, employes. It has been
given the endorsement of Gover

nor Potter and variou employe

Brochures explaining the plan

have been distributed to all per

sonnel throughout the Canal orga

nization ana appiicauun iuihih arc

now available from designated

representatives in all units

throughout the organization.

The plan will become effective

on a non-selective basis as soon

as half of the employes have ap

plied, and because of the approach

ing deadline they have been urg

ed to file their applications as soon
as possible.

Marines From IIC
Camp Arrive Here
For Week Al JYTC
A group of 25 officers 'and 95 en-

fsted men of the U.S. Marine

Jorps arrived by aircraft at Al Al-brook'AFB
brook'AFB Al-brook'AFB yesterday, to prepare

or a one-week training cycle at
the Jdngle Warfare Training Cen Center
ter Center scheduled to begin tomorrow.

The Marines are members of

Amphibious Training Group 1-57,
fimn lhifne. N.C ......

The training cycle scheduled for
them Is similar to the first week of

training given battalions of the
20th Infantry.
Purpose of the week's training
is to familiarize these Marine per personnel
sonnel personnel with the jungle of Panama.
They will later use their knowledge

during the joint Army-Navy-Air

Force Exercise CARIB-EX which

will be held in April.
The Marines will be quartered

at JWTC during their stay here.
In addition, a group of 16 Brazil

lan officers and one U. S. Army
V m 111 : ili.k :M

omcer win participate in mis train training
ing training as observers. They are sched

uled to arrive in the Canal Zone

tomorrow.

STATION W-H.E.W!TUnder

her ruffled skirt, spanun sing-i
ing star Margarita. Sierra, is
walking radio station. She has
a license to operate the wire wireless
less wireless set she' uses in her act in
a Chicago hoteL The set's mi microphone,
crophone, microphone, hidden in her bodice,
picks up her vpice and broad broadcasts
casts broadcasts it to a large receiving set 1
that feeds her songs into loud-
speakers. That way, she isn't'
Immobilized by floor mike
hensbe perforrAl,

No Takers
MONACO. Feb. 16 (UP-Prince

Rainier granted full amnesty, to

day to all Monegasques jailed for
misdemeanors in honor of his new

born daughter. Princess Caroline.

But a quick survey showed that

no one benefitted from the ruling

because there were no minor of

fenders in jaiL 1

The Prince finally decided to

give a two-months latll reduction

to Jean Kryzyzaniak, who is serv serving
ing serving six months for stealing from

parked cars, and a three-month

reduction to Louis Parodi. serving

a 20-month term for robbery...

Army Backs Down
On Plan To Abolish
Funeral Horses
WASHINGTON. Feb. 16 (UP)

The Army did an about-face on

the subject xl motorized funerals
today and decided to spare the

horses.

It took off the auction block the

stable of matched grays that pull

tne caissons over the tuns of Ar

lington Memorial Cemetery in

farewell rites for departed heroes,

Many members of congress and

other upholders of tradition had
bridled at the decision to replace

the, horses with motor hearses for

ecunuiiijr reasuus, rr , f

One of the complaints came

Chairman Carl Vinson (D-Gal of

the House Armed Services Com

mittee, who said the Army was

trying to save money in tne wrong

places. It is a well known fact

that no military official care to

buck Vinson s opposition.

In announcing the reversal of

the Army's decision. Army Secre

tary Wilber M., Brucker noted

"widespread expressions of regret

at the passing of the only remain

ing vestige of tradition extend

ing back more man vz years:
The Army had planned to aban

don use of the horse-dlawn cais

son, effective June 1. Brucker ex

plained two weeks, ago that it
cost $175 per funeral when the
horses were used compared with
$2.15 when motor hearses are

used.
Population In US
Hils 170 Million
WASHINGTON (UP) The popu

WASHINGTON (UP) The popu

lation itf the United States, grow growing
ing growing by unprecedented numbers, hit

the 170 million mark today.
The Census Bureau, which esti

mated the total, said the rate of

growth will continue to rue rapid
fy.The larges increases in recent
years have been in the school and
pre-ichool jige groups.
The 170 million estimate was

noted on an electric chart in

the lobby of the Commerce De

partment building. The cnan sig

nals a birth every 8 minutes, a
death evry 21 seconds and the
arrival of an immigrant every ,2
minutes. Every 12 seconds, one
American is added to the .total
population.' v

The bureau said the population

has grown by nearly It million

since the last official census 1a
1950 when the population stood at
151.1 million. The increase in the
past 7 years was almost the same

as that in the 10-year penoi Be

tween 1940 and 1950.

By RICHARD A. MULLENS
. MOST dividends and Interest re

ceived id 1956 must be reported oni

your tax return. However there

are tax breaks available for those
of you who received dividends and

some interest is exenrnt from tax.

This article tells how to treat

dividends and interest to your best

advantage. '.-,"
The first' $50 'of taxable divi,

dends "received by each individual
taxpayer is excluded from income.

That means it is not taxed.
Married persons living in com.

munny property states are en entitled
titled entitled to divide dividends between
thenfselves, even though all the
stock lV owned by one. of them.
Each spouse can therefore exclude

Sao, or a combined total of $100
of the dividends received by them

In non-community r oD e r t v

states, the $50 'exclusion .applies

separately to the individual dividends-
of husband and wife wheth

er a ,oint or separate .return is

iiieo. uiviaenas on; stock which
you and your wtfe own in both
narties are divided equally in com computing
puting computing tlie exclusion,, f y.
The exclusion applies only, to
taxable' dividends. Most distribu distributions
tions distributions by a" corporation to its stock stockholder
holder stockholder are taxable dividends. Oc Occasionally.
casionally. Occasionally. however.

make distributions which are hon-

taxapie anq do not have to be re reported
ported reported t af dividends Generally
speaking, corporation advises
you Whenever it makes a non-tax-abler
distribution. u.4 n
ThiexchukM can be claimed
on either Form 1040A or 1040. If
you file, 00 1W0A, you only show
in item 8 the dividends which ex exceed,
ceed, exceed, the exclusion of $50. On
Form 1M0, ,however, you report
all taxable dividend nA

u5tr? the exclusion on line 3 of

Let t suppose that after subtract.

I j. yeo still have
tome dividends left ., .- T

'The law nermita ...ui

. vuutrau

"urn me tax you would nthoruc.

m crcait equal to four ner
cent, of any dividend In excess of
the exclusion This credit cannot
DO" Claimed On Form mini j.

not use this return if you have di-

dusion exceM of the $50 ex-
rrI5f u 'J6,,?'' t0 eompute the
credit is to fill nut u.ji. t ...

bein WCeful to follow

"wf- on cn line. r w
Note that the credit cannot ex-

. icsser 01, the tax that
would otherwise e due fi u!
LPt of your taxable
dnTS;. Tmetn the divi-
S- frld;ei f ot ppy to divi.
including r. t0TJign corPrations,
mchjding Canadian companies, or
buifrfiL n' bk
or building, ,nd loan association.

inese dividends are reported In

Fn" ?nam Pe 3 of

All fakl. t 1. '1 1

Mrti t'-iZJ"'" re-

, cneaui, B en Pu t
rm 1140 1- .I-I .'I

1040A as.. i Y ""m or farm

However, if you own any. bond
or securities issued by a citv or

state, the interest on these is not

taxed by the Federal Government.
The : interest on many United
States bonds issued 'prior to March
1, 1941,-is wholly or partially tax tax-exempt.
exempt. tax-exempt. If you have any such
bonds, read the section under "In "Interest"
terest" "Interest" on page 3 of the official-

instructions. h

'. ... ,' -" .H "f; V( 4" i V1...'-...'.".,'
--' -V .'!'., f.- T :' '" r":, '"-'i'.i
You must report Interest an aav.

ings and deposit accounts when if
is credited to your account even'
though it has not been entered in'
your bank : book. Interest repre represented
sented represented by a bond coupon should
be reported In the year when the
coupon is due and payable even -though
you don't, clip and cash it.
You can report the interest on
Defense, War and Savings bonds-
in ithr nf turn wan. v

First Wav: Ignore the interest
Until you cash them, and then re report
port report as interest the entire, differ difference
ence difference between what you get and
what you paid. This i the easier
way. .5.
Second Wayr Report 'the' inter
est each year as it accrues. .The':
amount of accrued infero.t on k.

determined from the table on the

01 tne oona.at is the differ difference
ence difference between what von nurl -n

what you could cash th t

- : wviru iui
m Dec. 31, 1956. Subtract from

mis any interest vrm nnn.j

from these bonds on nrvinm

turns, and renort the rt tv.

year., Once yo,u start using this
method, you cannot chance with.

out first getting permission from
your District Director. .

Next: Your own huiin.. .. ...

fessien. ..i.-v

Defense Minister

Fortes'
VIENNA, Feb. 16 (UP)Hunga (UP)Hunga-rian
rian (UP)Hunga-rian Defense Minister, Ferene
Muennich said bra speech yester yesterday
day yesterday that the presence ;of Soviet
troops on Hungarian aoii was jus justified,
tified, justified, Budapest Radio said today.
He said also that the October -revolution
was staged by "counter
revolutionaries,' and that "in this
case Soviet interference in Hunga-
rian home, affairs .; ia accepted.-- )
iMuennich Jomnared the hre.

enceo Soviet forces -in- Hungary
to those allied troops in western
Germany, J

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TEiVIPERATUREt
High I....... IS 1
Lew 74 1 71
HUMIDITYt ':' -'
Hlfh 19
Lew 62' 71
WINDt
(mi. mph) N20 NE20
RAIN (flicliesr O .12
WATER TEMP.j
(inner darken) 74 79

CROWNED AGAIN Comely
May Louise flodin. Of Gothen Gothenburg,
burg, Gothenburg, Sweden, seemed destined
to wear beauty queen's crown.
A while ago ah was crowned
"Miss World." Now she's, the
"International Art Queen," aft after
er after winning a contest at Cypress
Gardens, Fla.

Weather Or Not

v This weather report for the 24
jteurt ending I a.m. today, is pre prepared
pared prepared by the Meteereiog leal and
Hydrofraphie trench of the Pana Panama
ma Panama Canal Company!
BALBOA CRISTOIAL

BALfOA TIDES
SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 17

HIGH

5:J a.m.
6:02 p.m.

LOW
11:44 a m.

Homicide Squad Ordered To Hush Up Montesi Case

Because Of PiccioniV Son, Magician Testifies

1 VENICE, Italy, Feb. 18 UP) Minister (Attilio) Piccioni's soa is
A 99 .-w.M .wf1 hall 0avf, rcivuiaiht. tnr kp ri.ath

I ii 1 in.. . j o 11

quoted a nome policeman touayi rne magician quotea serveuo as
as mentioning that Gianpiero Pic' saying:
cioni was the man responsible fa "The sen ef (Cattilte) ficcienl
the death of Wilma Montesi. The! came te the police headquarters

EKNLST HEMIKGWAT chata with Col. Harold E. Moore, Col. Tom Hicks and Capt. William
Day at the El Panama Cabafia Club. Taking a cruise aboard tbe lie de France, the well
. kr.omzy author, lunched at 51 Panama during the Panama stopover.

witness claimed Wilmas missing

stockings and garters, had beer1

burned bv police. -NaUUno
del Duca. a 'magician'

by profession, claimed that around

tne end of May 1953, poucemaa

Antonio Servello, talking to hint a
bout investigations into the says
terious death of Wilmr Montesi,
said that enquiries bad been end
ed "because we know that Foreigi

bring inf the missinf arm eats ef
Wilma, and reported the death
had occurred accidentally."

- The policeman, Del Duca claim claimed
ed claimed in his testimony, also stated
that Gianpiero- Pfccioni had" im

mediately been released and the
case "buried" by order of Mario
Scelba, at the time Italian Prime
Minister Scelba allegedly feared

the Communists might have exploit

ed the scandal on the eve of Ita Italy's
ly's Italy's general elections. l
During the investigations eon eon-ducted
ducted eon-ducted by Rome magistrate Raf Raffs
fs Raffs ele Sepe, policemaa Servello

claimed be bad been Joking wbea

he talked to uie magician. 1

April 1953,' a' short, distance
from the spot where her body had
been found,' Del Duca told a
bushed court.
The magician said S e f el 1 0
limt I1 nnlir orftrial ia the

(homicide squad resigned enmasse

dciicuu vwm Ul C tor num., wu.. uie j xv. w.uc. Mr
garments bronght la by Gianpier! op the case.
Piccioni bad been burned bytb j rServello My 'me that the off!
Home homicide squad in order toicials, however, did not report their
get 'rid of dangerous evidence," findings to the migistrature be be-Dei
Dei be-Dei Duca told the court. truse they were told that the Com-
"Servello told me that a mediea fuiunigts could hare politically ex-j
report indicated Wilma bad died) plotted eventual charge against
of a heart failure caused by a e Piccioni in view of the imminent

tverdese of drags oa the light of' political elections,

KM. JL
TODAY! 75 .40

1.-30, 3:05, 5:00, 7:00, 9:05 p.m.

A GROWN-UP
MOTION PICTURE
TOR GR0WN?UP
EMOTIONS!
Ttry cUnghttr :v
should ih it
r pMat mutt!

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GINGER ROGERS
MICHAEL RENNIE
auiRfB urmcx

I.CHARUS BRACXHT

EDMUNO COUtDING

. chjuus worn

Abo: a Cinemascope '. Shore
"Honeymoon Paradise"