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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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LONDON FeWl8"(UP). Queen Elizabeth andthe
- Duke of sSurgh will visit the United States next Sep Sep-tember,
tember, Sep-tember, an official American source AifJL
The visit will last a week to ten days and inciuae

stops in New Yoric, wasowgw """""
'. source revealed "T. vislt m Lj made late

returns to London. irom-
presiaenu iwsenfluwei,-..
FbrmaDY however, BucWpff BucWpff-hairt
hairt BucWpff-hairt Palace continued to eay
"there is no plan at the moment
'for such a Visit" "'
' The exact date of the visit will
' not be lixed. the source said, un-
til Britain and her XJommon XJommon-.
. XJommon-. wealth partners have- set the
date for their nest conference
of Commonwealth prime minis ministers.
ters. ministers. w f j SzJlUzLS
.Idered aiThe site of the
Ottawa, canaaa, is ocuik

Her 'Second Honeymoon
Was Nautical Nightmare

SETUBAL,' Portugal," Feb 18
moon'Vlnto autic.1 mghtma"
board the royal yacnt jsrii.uu..
, Th. QueeC reunited with
husband, .th Duke olM nburgn
"Pfly&iirf Shewfis dressed
Ola iauiu ;
The Thieving Cat':'
NabBedByNic
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; -THE SLIPPERY; ONE"t
Panama police today reported
tbe capture of -El Gato"c The
Cat) and "El Resbaloso" j (The
Bllppery One), on, suspicion oi
pemu two of the thieves who
have been committing holdups
nH hnrirlartpa in Rio Abajo ana
the environs of Parque Lefevre. i
' The two men.- Nicoias
and Jorge Ombry, were nabbed
about 8:30 pjn. yesierany
police received a telephone call
that two men were hiding in the
bushes on 11th Street, Parque
Lefevre, The men sprang out of
the bushes and ran as the po police
lice police approached the- spot but
they were captured after a short
chafe. .. .....- .'-'-'-r -"I
Kin z was nicknamed "The
Cat" becau.se of the stealth with
which he crept up on hU bolUup.
victims In the dimlyBt or un-:
lighted streets of Rio Abate and
Purflue Lfevre. '. C
Ombry earned the "title -"of
"The SUppery ont" becausa be
wore shorts and greased-lits body
in order to be able to slip out -of
tl.e prasp xf anyone if he should
fce tnmrweti tiurine a burglarr.
, Puiirc said Ombiv's anr.s,
tho:i!fiers Jtid 1rso wpre faltt
trpKsed wjen.the capture zs
mace. ...

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OS

Visit
v,wcu -v
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fornrA the source said.
If Ottawa- la selected, the
Queen's trip would be timed to
allow ner to presioe it uw uyeu
ir tr nf the conference.
It would be the first time a
Commonwealth prime minister's
conference has been neia out
side the United Kingdom.
-Hiifh noint of the British sov
prion's visit to the United
States will be her trip to James-:
con-'town. Virginia.
in white with a red hat. He sport sported
ed sported a trenchcoat and brown hat,
. 4 '
v Duke Jaunty ('
The Duke of Edinburgh, an old
sea dos, iooked as jaunty as ever
despite hail and the pounding of
waves so mgn wey sank two lish-
lng vessels in the harbor. The
sudden sale winds ripped up palm
trees and shredded thousands of
flags and other decorations hung
out by Portuguese to honor., the
ni.ilii. D(nk: ...... -I K'f.,::.
The fury of She Storms struck
the Britannia i durine Vthe night
The gleaming white roval" 'yacht
came through" "tinScalhei 'aiAdld
the, three British, destroyers serv
ing as escorts. .'
. But the Queen, who has no love
for the sea, looked pale and slight slightly
ly slightly upset when she came ashore
with her husband at the, fishing
village of betubal. -
Caught In Squall
' i
A squall caught them 'aboard
the glass-enclosed royal barge
as they neared the shore and both
had to da s h unceremoniously
ashore to shelter under a canopy
of umbrellas- ",.
, They found themselves sur surrounded
rounded surrounded by wind-scattered .palm
tree branches, soggy '"God -save
the Queen" decorations and the
other panoply of .state installed to
welcome them.
Hundreds of workmen turned
out in oilskins to start clearing
up ; the,; debris in time for the
Queen's formal' entry, later today
into Lisbon, 20 miles away, to be
gin, a royal three-day tour. ,.
' : Rumors jitillad -.
, The warmth of their greeting at
the airport Saturday au put eras
ed the recent minors of a royal
rut. ."" '..'.' .v .'. '.; i
At the weekend, despite the
Queen's obvious indisposition, thef
appeared a devoted, couple: The
Queen even managed ibtiri
smile emerging from the' barge to
tbe welcome touch of solid ground.
They drove to the nearby 18th
century palace o f the Duke of
Palmela, an Oxford -educated
Portuguese nobleman who speaks
his native tongue with a British
accent. The Duke bad a private
lunch lor them. w
Then they hurried back to the
privacy of the- royal yacht, ; an anchored
chored anchored 500 yards offshore, before
resuming the burdens of state this
afternoon.
Unless ,m ore rough weather
forces a change in plana, the
Britannia will tarry the royal
couple into Lisbon harbor for the
lormal entry.: i. .-.,.

Flagship at Upcoming H-Bomb Tests
To Transit Panama Canal Tomorrow

" The flagship of tbe naval squadron at Britain's mpcanv.
Ing- H-bomb testa at Christinas Island, in the Pacific, is U
transit the Canal eewthbeand tpmorraw. L :
It Is tbe 13.350-ton airrraft carrier Warrior. Tbe War Warrior's
rior's Warrior's crew eaxnpritea S3 officers and men. It is als
carrying LS mernbars af tbe British Army and Royal A if
I'aree ah will Uk part in the testa. .
The Warrior will atop a lew hara at Balbe to load
supplies, ... ."- ..A '"
It was raported fren London taday that tbe tets will
consist af tbe dropping ( five hydie bambs from
Valiant Jet bomber.
Each bmh sa reckoned U east abaat S2,g0.M.
It is net kia whether the Warrior ia carrying any
uclear tamawnents Af the bombs.
Rrltlsh ambascadoe ta Panaina Ian L. Rendrrwn and;
'lrs.-Hendeirun will join the Warner In tbe Canal far a
portion of the trantit,

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CANAL ORGANIZATION Officials greet the first "piggy backf shipment across the Isthmus
bHh Panama Railroad. t The shipment, which was a vanload of CommlMary merchandise,
wasloadeTciflatcarta above after it. arrived at the Balboa
yards The shipment ws made In the nature of an experiment to determine loading and
unloading procedure and to worat up basic handling costs. .. .

New Bill Would Set Up! Commission
To Study PC Capacity, Efficiency-
'A ..i...'Y.f.naiii rnal Commls

A blU 10 create an

slon to study means of increasing tna capciy -f------
..v "i I..- n ranai hu been introduced In ne

einciency m i-ot. iT"
learned today. ;r:'.: ... j

(active or retired) and eight clviHan members, ana
that civiHaa be designated by the President as chairman.
! 'V- a.-a.:u-v

would receive a
salary of $20,000 a -year .yjth-.the
" 10 AAA ;m
other memDeri geujujt xo.ww
- One 'section Of flood' bill (
4774) declares: :;J
k. rnmmtssion is authorized
and directed to anake'and conduct
nmhpnsive investigation and
study of all problems involved or
arising in connecuon wuu yiu
or proposals for:
ui An increase in the capacity
and operational efficiency of the
nmsmt Panama Canal tnrouga
the adaptation oi an iairo
... nM-: 1 T I.
Project, ot proviae a summa-icvi-el
lake anchorage in the Pacific
end of the canal to correspond
with that in the Atlantic end. or by
other modification or design of the
Yistinff facilities:
VB) The construction of a hew
Panama Canal ot sea-ievei aesian
or any modification there of ;
Teenaqer Tries To
Rob HP's Juvenile
.A
Delinquency Judge
" n 'nmnM.be luvenile delinquent
picked an appropriate victim last
Saturday night when he tried
burglarize the home oi mrs. vun
nnma ex ne uenrmKer. ruuii
.- ,,r r j.
juvenue ue unquency f
The youthful deienaani, ?.
it waived preliminary
. r ...
k.,rini thia tnornine in m
k. Maffistrate'a Court. He told
xi know 1 am to biame. 1 woum
like to have tbe case sent right to
Attr aprentintf the CUiltV plea
Judge John E. Deming, through
an interpreter, expiainea wi uic
highest court in the Canal Zone is
tho DUtrict Court. -.
"Yea. that'a wbere 1 want
aetrt then the youth said.
Castillo is charges witn enter
ing bouse 084. in Balboa "witn in
tent to commit larceny therein.
Bail of $500 wis set, and the
case was bound over for trial in
the higher court

Ili ..r.finn&l
- , in.Pa). It was
' u ..n. fr Com.
i Th nnatractioh' and owb-
ership, by the-United States oi
irtother; canal or vcanals connect-
ing the Atlantic and. PacififtO'
la. WHrr-TbDeTatlbniMaiiitei-
fance and protection of the Mana
ma Canal, and of any omer canm
or canals which may be .recomM
mended by the Commission;
lrn Trratv and territorial tights
which may; be deemed .essential
hereunder; v.,'-1
"(f) Estimates of the respective
costs of the- undertakings herein
enumerated."
The bill authorizes ;the Commis
sion to utilize any official reports
in the possession of tn u.o. uov
eminent. ,
- It requires the bady to submit
to the Pratidant and Cenarass a
final rasert on Its studies .v. net
later' than two years after tha
bill's enactment and interim re reports
ports reports on-iM-ogress af Its work at
'its own ditcratien. 1
; Flood's bill was referred to the
Committee on Merchant Marina
ana xisoeries
Youthful Loiterer
Gels 10 Days For v
Lurking In Bushes
. ,. :u
i a vouin wno saia ne w suuij
nf ,-it(lrin(. ,rolml a,. lunele j
-53 -" -z.r toda- WMI
but not the mess hsll today .was
sent to Balboa jail for ten days to
think- it over. .
: When asked whether tie pleaded
guilty to the charge of loitering a-j
rouna tne Army gunpoint pusmui
B-2 messhall in Pedro- Miguel, tne
19-year-old defendant. George Bel Bel-mejo,
mejo, Bel-mejo, told the Balboa Magistrate
he was guilty, but disputed the
question of where be wss loiter
ine.
'The sergeant who apprehended
toe youth told tne court tnat ne
was preparing fnr an inspection
outside the mess hall when he saw
the boshes move. When be holler hollered
ed hollered out. the defendant poked his
head out of the buheS
1 Although he said be' onderstoo
Eiipush. Beimew refused to an
awer any other questions, the ser
ceant testified. r
.The letterer has been convicted.
reviously on three counts of pe-j
Ot larceny.
Duke's Elevn Hon
To Prince Consort
Rank Is Suqqested
ki nr,jn.l ht f K. TV.Va
Edinburgh be elevated to the rank
of prince contort to the Queen
as meiM of ending rumors of
a rcval rift.
ia a Ion? amcie ee me recem
remora. The People Mid the Ie

Mld be fiven a job that lift strucuons 10 tne onver s view, wag
hiiit out of te das of patren 1 continued until Wednesday.
hahnd railinf in the ake oft Tbe chiva remained parked jin
hard-worktnf career wive. JUie police loV ... f ,, 1

New CZ Record
Xm as Seal Sale
Nets $4005.97

Daniel J. Paolucci, president of
e; .al Zone Tuberculosis As
sociation, announced today that
tnMBriAn tatint"iiiniaf Tsuta .. rnnri
the 1956 Christmas Seal Sale was
the most successful on -a total of
of assistance to employes and
their families stricken with tuber- j
cqjoss 4f ry.l w ;"
PaoluCcI released" Ihe final Seat
Sale teport of the Association'
execuirve airecior, vwary pd w
kr which expressed appreciation'
executive director, Mary H, Par.
far1 Mrh rnntrihnfinn rnpnivori anrtl
for the excellent work of Mrs. Ar-
thin Logan of Cristobal who erv
ed as coordinator for the Atlantis
Side; Mrs. Rex Sellen.- chairman
for Gamboa; and Mrs. Ivan Jen
kins, chairman for the Balboa di district.
strict. district. Assistinf Mrs. Loran wera
the following chairmen:. Mrs. Wil
liam Brooks of Margarita, Mrs.
W. W. Potter of Gatun and Mr.i
W. H. Coggans, president of the
iNewcomer s Uub
In the final report; Seal Sales
within the three districts were ta-j
nutated as follows: Atlantic id
$366.46; Gamboa. $82.69: Balboa.
$158.67. Shown separately, were
coDinouuons rrom inaivl duals,
business firms, military nersonnel
and civic, .religious and fraternal
organizations. These totaled $2,198.-
w, me. largest oeing $923.12 from
the personnel of the Caribbean Air
Command and $515.03 from the
personnel of the Fifteenth. Naval
District. -; ?; .
Six per cent of the Seal Sale reJ
ceipts will be forwarded to the Na-i
UonaJ Association for use in re research
search research and the remainder will1 be
Kept locally to aid patients and to
conduct an educational program.
Befringed Chariol
Puis Chiva Driver
In Toils Of Police
A colorfully decorated chiva
too coiortuiiy. decorated, in fact fact-figured
figured fact-figured prominently today in a
case involving gi4 Singh Ber-
nai, cniva driver.
An arresting police officer point pointed
ed pointed out that tne 23-year-old Pana Panamanian's
manian's Panamanian's chiva resembled a circus
wsgon. Tbe front window of the
vehicle sported Christmas decora
sions to remove the bric-a-brec
rtiaUy blocking the front-window
iew.
The policeman told the Balboa
Magistrate that the driver had
been warned on three other occa
sions to remove the bric-a-brac
irom the window, instead, the cur
tains Had oeen added, ne said.
When asked about bis defense.
the defendant told the Jdugo that
ne was not a. tee canal Zone, but
ia ranama wnen apprenended at
the Limits. ....
A snort recess was then called
during which time Judge John E.
he said tnat tho alleged TtoUuor,
tad eccurrod ia the Canal Zone.
. Tbe case against Singh, which
involved two charge, that of fall
ing to display bia winnaiueld at-
pecUoa sUcker, and having ob-

LZ3

THE iPULSE ;
OF PANAMA
! There is no danger of rabies
contagion in Panama, Dr, Alberto
Bissott Jr., director of the Depart
ment of Public Health, was quoted
as saying today,
' According to fha morning tab tab-laid
laid tab-laid El Dja,-Bisott slid a hy hy-.
. hy-. drophobia apidtmic which .broke
out in. Guanacaste in northern
Costa Rica has been brought un under
der under control by Costa R I c a n
health authorities. ,!t":. v
At the. same -time, Bissott said.
the Ministry of Labor and Social
Welfare.' has taken steps to avoid
the spread of the disease to Pana
manian territory.
Last Saturday Mayor Jose "A Ca-
jar Escala issued the annual de decree
cree decree specifying the nature of the
merry-making which will be allow-.
ed during the four days of Carni
vaL ;
The decree prohibits the use of
masks or disguises after 7 p.m.,
costumes; depicting members of
the National Guard, Fireman,
priests Or the armed forces of
other countries in addition to the
sale or use of alcoholic bavarag.
as In public for propaganda pur
poses. :'y':pJ:h:-
Meanwhile, the Carnival Junta
has scheduled a meeting with all,
members : of the press and radio
for this afternoon at the Casa del
reriodista. .v
:,.y :-':r-'.. ''"'),
Panama labor leaders Were re re-portad
portad re-portad as protesting a report
L n1vt. to aaecept lob effort .nv
rnat msny unemployed workers
v ... 1
piace outiio of tho cMiot of Pa Pa-nama
nama Pa-nama and Colon,
One. labor .leader said It is im
possible far city residents to ae
cept jobs in the., interior because
tne salaries -oixered: are not enoneh
for them- jlive on J(nd, also sup-
nnr(. thai. u.u j., r.
port their ;fS rallies back in the cl
tv: Jf . r 3 . ,'
-.if '"f 'V'V :v' '.''
Take Up
Golf Regularly
"10ND(k.r;;Feb.:r?W-- A
Briton suggested today that Brit,
sin "will be all the better off for
it" if Prime Minister Harold
Macmillaa took up golf.
Arthur West said hi a letter to
the vSunlay Express that Presi President
dent President Eisenhower plays golf regu regularly
larly regularly despite his recent ailments
and advancing years.
. 'Is there not, in this, a lesson
for us all?" West asked. "Surely
one reason why the Amencans
hare Ijecome so supreme in so
many fields is because of their
I'axsion, for physical fitness.
"Maybe tne day will come wnen
Mr. Macmillan will do his 18
holes' once a week," he said.
NO NO NO NO

PiNUtI- BOUXD America teenage rock n roll singing star
Frankie Lymon and the Teenagers (above) are scheduled -to
arrive here March 1 for appearances during' the Carnival at
a toldo (dance pavlllion) now being built at the. old Kennel Kennel-worth
worth Kennel-worth dog track on Via Espafia,. Panama businessman Joe Pu Pu-taturo
taturo Pu-taturo announced today. Currently appearing at New York's
Paramount Theater. Frank ie and the Teenagers are regarded
as tha most expansive act ever broueht' to Panama for the
.. .t . . annual Xour-dajr Carnival.

Council

Says Yes;

See Contrabanding

Vandalism and contraband activity in La Boca has
already subsided somewhat, according to Civic Council;
president Christopher Haywood
fi''frbn all indications, our new program has already;
begun to take effect," he said today.
One La Boca resident today however pointed out that
although some contrabandists have been scared away,
there is how a new hideout behind the charcoal market

where1 some contraband dealings. were still. going on lata
Saturdwv ni jjh tSfw s

. several La.Docanj roaay conriaea that the commji commji-tv
tv commji-tv had decided among itself that they will call oolice atT

soon as anything or a .contraband nature is noticed.

rtoncrallv. residents Of the llt-
tr trmm whiflh f aces ; early a-
bandon&ent if Vandalism ; and
enntraband 1 continue, were in
agreement with the Civic Coun Council
cil Council letter they received yester yesterday.
day. yesterday. I,-
"Something had to be done,
it Is true that the situation here
was! getting to be, very bad.! one
commented. s
A La Boca housewife who was
coming out of the commissary 1
thia morning-said that everyone
was talking-' about-, the letter
uhieti vPRtrtrATr was dlstrlbutea
b tiie :"ci vis' coftijffl-'iiri-'dooi--
U: ''.t.!(';..,..-V.1..,,i;..!r,::'-''f.t' '!
. !' Tha laftar wat i warnlno to rwi
rfenlt asking than to refrain from
bringing lliihoiior on tha ommu-
?irha L trrtiihle ; 'is6fltlirnan
pointed out. "that the ones who
are contrabanding don't live in
La Boca they come, here worn
Panama.
One alort woman that while
"rriday. was very .! nobody
ama," tho htnalf Mtitod
"Spaaiah lady with long haiVT eomo
bita La Boca lata-Sahirday nfght to
' buy toap from aoniraiatary ahop-
" MM.. .. .!' i .'
"1 think she has been corning
hern since early, this year and
she sits around and waits until
Seople are finished snopptng,
len she buys a lot of soap."
The section now neing usea as
a "new Wdeonf Dy contraDana
beddlers is located behind ; the
charcoal market in La Boca, Bhe
added, although some boys now
operate from the. nther side of
the ferry. fV;.-v ..
v Soma rotidontt who noticed tho
contraband activitiet tatd thar fhoy
triad to argue with the poddttra to
go away, but claim that they troo trooped
ped trooped when these persons .' be be-"vexed."
"vexed." be-"vexed." "..
NO N0:N0 NO
v.
1
1

Mm

President

Others

The situatlorl camn rJn a "hnti- ""l

last Thursday night when a
town meetine was called in T.a.
Boca by the Civic Council: Gov
ernor Potter had stated at Bal-
boa. Heights that the govern
ment was disposed to close the,
townsite down by March 1 (ori-
glnally It was scheduled for a-
bandonment in mid-1958), un-
less contraband and hoodism
was curbed,

An arresting police officer wa r
recently injured in a hassle with.
a La Bocarr now In jail r waitirrsr
CiW Council pratidant Naywoo i!!
said today ho, fait that tho com- r
munity had boea. alortod to tho ta
. rioutnait of tho situation and wore ;
already coo p rating to eats nc ;' -' ?
' 4' t
Wednesday afternoon r!vlA

councilmen are slated tri mmt

with the srovernor to discuss the 1

iivic council program w .
HayWOOd Said that, ho fa-oall--
Ing a meeting with La Boca resl-
aenis inursaay night to be held i
at the school study halL At that
time he will report on the ad-
ministration's reaction to tha'

program,
Thh mornina; a 20-yaar-old
amanian, Leonard C. Whaito, was
found guilty of vagrancy andor the 'S
La Boca atadiim. Ha wat glvon a
15-day fail aentenco in Balboa Ma-
gittrato'a Court for the offonte V
which occurred Sunday night. No -connoction
botwoon bit orroot and t
poniblo contraband aetiWtioe wee
brought out ie court. 1

71 Algerian Refcob ;
Slain By French;
In B!oodytCombal:
ALGIERS. Feb. 18 Ctn
French troops have killed .71 re
peia aunng vicious Jlgnung in thej
last 48 hours, it was reported to-,
day. ( ;
The two major, conflidta were re- -ported
in the- mountainous region
of Ilemcen 68 miles southwest of
Oran where 41 nationalists were
killed, and at Flou where helicopter-borne
paratroopers killed 30 re- -bels.
. r f
At Tlemcen. French 'Infantry--men
also recovered a large arms
store. and seized five nationalists,
at the end of five, hours of bloody
combat.
Police patrols' scouring A f 1 0 n
yesterday reportedly uncovered an
other rebel "bomb depot" where,
homemade time-bombs wefT as-'
sembled and stored. ; ... j
Eiaht bombs were recovered,
making a. total of 59 captured
since Jan. 20 ;
Police Hold 2 Men
t
In Cuba Bomb Plot
:HAVXSa. Feb. 18 JPV-Polieef
held two trrea today for question--
m; ia two Bouib explosions which
-ii,sr.i w tupread damaee ia
dontowa Havana last night
trfimitt were the 15 in, tnd.t
1E:i unto President Fulgencio
Bau ',s government .suspended
cdb.t ..i tavantee last Jan..
15-
TJ -
: casualties In test
police said. i
nli hi 5
Poi
ned- tne arrest
of a
carryV
They a,
to deBt
nected V
sing. V
youth who was
s of dynamite.
Hng questioned
t he was co-'.
ti-govemmant'



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MONDAY FEBRARY. 18, 1957
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THE 'MAIL BOX

" COFFEE SHOP IDEAS ':
&ir:
I would like to offer the following suggestions to Improve the
fcervlce of the Tivoli Hotel Coffee Shop: '.,;
, l. Extend the dining hours to 9 p.m I'm iure there Is enough
2. Provide closer supervision over the waiters so they won't
business to Justify it. t.3t J-v'
be able to hide wnen customers are awaiting and thus speed tip

3. Provide more meat courses at night 'Although the ; fish ;

;bn the menu at mgnt u gooa, a sieaay oiei vi iwn ca get. we-
.some. .' -'-;
4. Enlighten the employe who dispenses the dinner music as
to what type music Is appropriate for dining, and tell her td play
it low as background music should be played.
5 Give the waiters sbme training in how to please customers
land try to get them to take more interest in their work.
. ; Customer.

RENTS AND LOTS

Sir:

' I agree 100 with the writer of the Mall Box letter Feb. 9
' that the modern Apartments and homes Panama business peo peo-'
' peo-' -pie are-building are too small for the amount of reiitHhey
' charge 'If the same thing when one buys a lot to build on.
""They cut the land in such a way that for a decent home one
."has to buy two lots, or have your neighbor so close that she
"ean use your, kitchen without adding, one to her own home.
; These property owners lire a want all, give-nothing bunch, bar

Small Apartment Dweller

ALBROOE, GORGAS AND BINGO

none.
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;;flir:
! After quite a few years on the Isthmus in three different
(periods of time. I'm sending in my two cents worth.
u I agree with the mothers who want air-conditioning in
! schools and a cafeteria, or lunchroom, for I'm an exstudent or
''Canal Zone schools and many are the times I almost fell asleep
Kfrom the heat and had to practically swim home for lunch.
M As -far as moving the school or Albrook. these newcomers
'down, here should ask some of us students of the, 20's. 30's and
i 40'i, what it was like to study with planes goinsrover every few
''minutes. But I don't recall a parent or student who complained
"in those day3. And I wouldn't be afraid ofr. having my children
!!go there when it's their turn. The Canal Zone air' traffic has
always been heavy as it had to be. but no one seemed to be afraid
;of a plane ciashing.The noise annoyed most people, and still
'does ., v.
u 6f Gorges Hospital a lot has been written prof and con
"bout it. Some people have been left out of the praise. They
Mara the ward boys and surgical boys the ones who clean your
area, and fetch and carry anything you want when they have
'the time, also cheer you up and kid with you when taking you
ll to clinics, or surgery.
m Many the times my fear has vanished when these boys with
wonderful senses of humor wheeled me all over the hospital.
A-WJls :'jjey rdsem ome:ot the prawi JMtetoJUmAvk
-The only thing t detest about Gorgas Is the out-patient
' ellnlci and the parking. The parking situation has been bandied
around so enough for that, the out-patient clinic is a sore spot
with me. For whenever I have ever wanted to see a doctor on
a certain disorder. I have to go through them. And most of
the time I rarely got through there.

Now the doctors are eood I suppose ...but when J wanL to Bert sr had gone before

By VICTOR RIESEL

Ther will alwavs be an inquiry

into iabpr racketeering; ..The
strong-'ninded, iStrong-mu s c 1 e d
bovs have waved the rules in the

face of the Senatc.So the U.S. Sen

ate will change the rules. Jin some
fashion, the men on The Hill intend

to have permanent racket bust

ing committee launched Dy x eo eo-ruary,
ruary, eo-ruary, 1958.' A
Mark this as the moment the

encyclopedia ; pgople will charac characterize
terize characterize as the :"tarning polnti"..The
tomes wilj -'jay that there was pub public
lic public anger and the Senate began to
search for. a ; method of policing

the labor mobs without hurting de

cent labor just as Wall Street,
the railroads and the public utili

ties are watched by some govern

ment agensy.

.There will probably be such' a
recommendation in the January

1958 report when, that is submit submitted
ted submitted by the select Senate commit committee
tee committee now -going into labor rackets.
It's almopt certain. I ;
This power could go to the cur current
rent current aelect committee now head'

ed by Sen. John McClellan and
counseled by Robert Kennedy.
However, Sen. McClellan does
not think that' .how It will be
handled. He believes thet the
continuing power, the special,
exact, nndefiable power, will be
given to a special si'S-eommlt-tee
of the Senate Permanent
Investigating Committee. But,
whoever handles It, there will
always be en inquiry.
The honest leaders of labor have
indicated they will support sucji a
permanent se-up. These men ar
realists, too. They need not be told
of the torrent of mSil from their
own rink-and-file members puring
in on the present select commit committee
tee committee the bitter angered 'voice of
the peopl. They can sense public
opinion. They know, too, they can cannot
not cannot long co-exist with violence.'
They have been told that such a
new nermanpnt rnmmit.to ornw

ing as the House Un-American Ac-1?"

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TVA Comes Through
By PETER EDSON

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WASHINGTON -U The President

still seems handicapped by a lack
of intimate : knowledge regarding

important events in the civilian

world.

At his press conference, he was

asked why be would pot.) apply

sanctions to-Egypt as well as is

raeL in view of the fact that Egypt

likewise had smirned a United Na

tions resolution forbidding her Dan
on Israeli ships through the Suez

Canal

I am not aware of any resolu

tion the UN have enacted to do

anything about it, the president re

plied, t '

) '
He did tuft know that on Sept.
1, 1951 thb UM Security1 Council
force a $th recent UN resolu resolu-calling
calling resolu-calling upon Egypt to cease its
ban on Israel! shipping through
the canal. This had the same
force as the recent un resolu resolutions
tions resolutions celling upon Israel to with withdraw
draw withdraw from the Gaza strip and
from the- small islands in the
gulf Of Aqaba. ;
However; no 'sanctions were ap

plied to force Egypt to obey, and

Israel lacked the economic whip
which Nasser now holds over the

West by threatening to close Suez.

What Israel did at the time her

own ships were banned from Suez

was to develop, the gulf of Aqaba.

This is the back door of Israel

and is why thi twe little disputed
islands are so important.

The gulf of. Aqaba is a long fin

ger of .water reaching-dwon. from
southern Israel to the Red Sea
and thence to the Indian Ocean.
By using it Israel can ship over overland,
land, overland, across her own southern de desert,
sert, desert, the Negev, and reach the
Orient without using Suez.'
This route' could also be of tre tremendous
mendous tremendous importance 4 if a pipeline
wasf laid 'across it., iV-.' i

Extending, al' the ? way ; oven

y tliw flAISON

raeli-Frenco-Brit

tivities Committer did f'rt 'eauva. wiui naymg preveniea uv

innuirv n dir:,.. h er. so. mUlion doUars in flood danr

WASHINGTON (NEA) Tennes- Chattanooga would have had the Washington as full justification for, friendly Israeli territory, it would
e Valley Authority engineers are fourth worst flood in its history, i-resident Eisenhower's state- 01-not be subject to Arab, interfer-

into permanent standing, will pot

tear laoor apart now or later.
Certainly it may mske mistakes.

.enam:y civil noertanans may
iustifiaolv find trespassing from
time to time. But neither today's

committee nor its successor will
rip indiscriminately into u n i o ris

with scalpels probing into the way

wardness of rast decades.

'The committee will hack awav

at current scandals and dollar
scavenging the rackets of today

i no cymes win say, "Let's waif
and see." jjrlory be the cynics.
They worship no icons made of
labcr. But there it evidence thet
some of the notional chiefs are
taking their new moral code se

fcere, in New York, the cynics
noted a casually reported item
which n;ght mellow some of them.
A fellow by the name of Sam
Berger fsigned from control of
the Ladies Garment Workers U

aga at Chattanooga and at the Oak
Ridge Atomic Energy Commission

installations, in the last 10 days

01 January

This is a first report. Still hea heavier
vier heavier r,ains and thaws later in the
Winter or early spring may change

the picture. But the record to date
is cited as -full justification for

1VA.
There was an eight-inch aver average
age average rainfall in eastern Tennessee

apd Kentucky, southern West

Virginia and western Virginia.!
This was nearly double the normal
precipitation for this time of year.
West ot Knoxville it was nearly
nine inches. It was over nine

inches at Norris dam. 10 inches t

PickwicK and, .Jfthnsonville dam

and over 12 inches ar Clingman's
Dome.

EXCEPT FOR 'THE SYSTEM rfl

zo-odd dams on the Tennessee andj

canal rivalling

' .ilalk to someone who has certain knowledge of my discomfort

'Id rather talk to a doctor who specializes in it. not an intern
J t Just going through training Try getting to see a child specialist.
illnless they think a child has polio, you cpn hardly get an ap-
pointment. In fact I pever have seen one for mv children, and
. ;jl need to, for th out-patient doctors have never hebed corrtct-
ii lv hut will nnt. wnri itia tn tho amtntAllst v ...!

My pet peeve art tne Dingo piayerswho do not have priv privileges.
ileges. privileges. A woman wrote the Mail Box -recently, but no one has
answered her. Personally, if -fewer Spanish-speaking peoDle with
no passes come to bingo. It will give other neoole more of a

! chance at winning.
. There are more Panamanians at bingo than Americans. I'm
ure more Americans would play if there were fewer people
,( who didn't belong. I mav sound prejudiced, ut I don't mean
r It that way. I have grown uo among tje.p people. But there is
I too much money going into Panama from the Cabal Zone bihgos.
T If they would check passes snd start putting the cards out
f;tt 7 o'clock instead of around four in the afternoon, and stop'
j. people from tavine cards and seats snd tables, people will en en-.
. en-. ioy the companionship of p'ngo and the variety of Winners more
i J than the way it is now of a oreticallv select srouo winning
i night after night, and most of them people without privilege
-cards. :
1 V. WU now HI sit back and wait for the bombardment to be-

j gfn, ana 1 11 cerrainjy emoy it.

One of the Older Young Set.

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mon's tougn trucking Local 102 Jits tributa-s. all this water omiM

the crusac.- jave gone down the villev nnonn

FT ... Tl ..till i IT" I n i . r '. f p.

uig u.o Aiturney raui wiuiams i .rouen
Grand Jury and taken the Fifth'

Amendment.
There U a strong impression n
police circles that this trucking
local is deep in the rackets.. Mr.
Williams asked Berger to identify
the unior.'s books. Berger did.
Then came a series of questions
on Berger's relations with Johnny
Dio, accused of mastermin ding
the blinding of a newspaperman.
Berger took the Fifth. He thus
violated the AFL-CIO's new code.
He was called in. by the union's
national president, David Dubins Dubins-ky.
ky. Dubins-ky. Berger's resignation was an announced
nounced announced hours later.
If this sets a precedent there
will be many such resignations
these coming months as the big
parade starts to the witness chairs
of Grand Juries and Senate bear bearings.
ings. bearings. M. 1 I 1 ft. A 1 I

lougn proves ana nunesi iaDor
. i i:

leaders are a nara comoine ic

beat.

with the river at .12 feet. The rpi ihe-TIninn message lieplnrstinn thi. end

6rd iu 58 fee. in'"1867. i 1.,,..Jeach of our great river vailet
avstems should be considered as Furthermorei i

As it was, Chattanooga got by wnole,'5 Piecemeal operations with- Suez might be built from the Mec'

this year with a 32-toot crest

was completely manageable

did minimum damage. Due

auuauuM. uie cilv can never ue '- -

made flood-proof without extensive ; How completely the administra

;2.lAfieVl

. isn anecK, wnen Naser was
cringing in a Cairo cellar, ; he
-wouid have accepted; any terms.
Dulles was then sick. But EisenV
bower foiled to exact any terms..
. The package ". peace ,'ilan' i'thea
would have been much, wore readi readily
ly readily accepted. --Eisenhower,' howevor,
seems-so anxious Ui prove the U U-nited
nited U-nited States.to. be the ehampion of
the, Afro-Arab blod.that he rescued
Nasser without exacting anything
in return.': !,in; ,n id '!-. st

3. ,Two weeks ago,: when Canada
proposed a package resol u t i o n
whereby Israel wa en ra nt ..

JJN. i occupation of the; Gaza strip

AjauH laianos -simultaneous,
witn.; her withdrawal, the li linked
nked linked States refused -to back this
resolution. The-Canadian package
plan probably would" have been

arcepiea i-ny ? israei:' iHit once a a-gawthff
gawthff a-gawthff United-States 'went in for
piecemeal diplomacy."
, UNDER .'THE POME
Dewey Short, the defeated GOP
congressman from Mis o u r i, is
scheduled; to" b& assistant secreta secretary
ry secretary I he Army fat charge of civil
and military affairs W Congress Congressman;
man; Congressman; Sciimett ?Ktti4r, -a Re Republican
publican Republican power in the House, has
told friendsL be will retire after he
finishes out' this term.-..; George
Meany struck another Wow for
cleaHitcade J?itfiomsm'when be
gave OifTlttd tS rsidlnt Jim Suf Suf-fridge'ol
fridge'ol Suf-fridge'ol the rretaiTcierkf to join
the 20-mtmber AFL-CIO executive
council,? Suffridgbeads one df
thecleanest-ranmost progres.
wve Senator
m fh&&W has been

aWTO?,.ne'w'''tnide3f

:;wl57:tvi;!e;"snris Hertt.
MraAHeftWi-siiPratr- ia heire ,rf

parfcf iarl OU of New Jer Jersey's
sey's Jersey's millions. x v j

: Several
Herler'a-

he will- b

polte

sffliatojs want to know
?es4oil and whether

jantrean wear East oil
eywecall that Dulles

. .nnM iadaa. p n i n c, im inn a n ii.rrn T1..II n Tn Tno aiiir nr ana n

Wilis 'u .ui utaiuesc ---- ". w.v. iv KITO Sl llivnn anrf rWim,..ll

and oe seif-deteating. or,- at the very, though it would cross hilly terrain represents' Standard of New

to its .east, .neeaiessiy .expensive." isna wouia oe expensive. unA ..-! ."j

,L'1

wiaei. snips inrousn Suez, .tnei wag Weel,tiv viAe nriHen' rt'

- I tt am rAcci- u vr .uirsr TiT-nwinnnv i

retaining walls to protect its low Uon intends to carry out this poUc proceeded o seize the strategic is- nlon.X)iUCli&ei& T ,hB .V

lands. !s being watched now in connetianas at the mouth of Aoaba. ther'f

i vii' wim wv viiu.wv ui a ouv.j... j w...-. vv viua iTOuungs ux Tine -iveari East.
Disaster was avoided this year to Harry A. Curtis, whose term as backdoor, route to the Indian o-j ? 4'

bv Diavinff the dams, nartipul. a TVA director expires aoon. tva.

any the Clinch and Holstop, like

the stops on an organ. Operations
were in charge of Beed AisElliot.

TVA's chief water control -officer

and a staff of young TVA-trained

engineers. n

PRACTICALLY ALL of the dk

age reported in the southern Ap Appalachian
palachian Appalachian highlands was from the
Cumberland River and its tribu tributaries
taries tributaries to the north, and from the
rivers in Alabama, Georgia and
Mississippi to the south, which do
not have TVA's elaborate upstream

flood control system. I

So, it is ndw believed I This contrast is being cited In I

If, the job ii given to a compe
tent engineer and. public admini

strator qualified to make polic'

for this two-biluoh-doiiar enter.

prise, it will be an indication TVA

is to be fully developed.

If the job goes to a political hack

whose idea ot fighting floods is to

call out the national uuaro, tui up
ar lot of sandbags and leave ever
ything else to the Red Cross, a
will be taken as an indication that

TVA .ia ta b- whittled down still,
further as was attempted in the
late Dixon-Yates contract.

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This, i why Israel refuses to
budge (rom these islands without
guarantees they will not fall into
hostile Egyptian hands once again.

DULLES'S ERRORS

t jvTheicutrent iropasae'Yer-eaneHi i
teens ft he UN Is -due to thre'

crucial errors in Dulles-Eisenhower
policy They are:
1. When Nasser first seized the
canal,' Dulles failed to treat the
Suez question as a package deal.
He failed" to realize that Suez,
peaces between the Arabs and Is

rael, Near Fast- irrigation, dams

on tne wue, and British-French
Canal rights are all wranned tin to

gether. They cannot be solved!
piecemeal.

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Eailfr0Jt5R"ent Apartment
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WASHINGTON", 'FtW 'T (UPT

A eovernnertr, BoUSine'TOicrar Te

. ported today' nhut It TtiuChw8-
' r i x i n n Mir then

'ier,io rein u jimiuukii. '"
; was four years ago'."r: v"
-The market has eased td suth an
extent heMid, that -oiieJand-
r 4ords redeeOrateifoi new tenants
and are sending up- little more
heat on cold flaysv 1
That doesn't mean tfttt 'problems
v facing ariartment-hnnter& have dis disappeared
appeared disappeared There still is a. shortage
ef ., mediumvprie ;; apartments ui
jnany Urge Htws?Butvldn !Wtiit !Wtiit-'mg
'mg !Wtiit-'mg lists are1 things f the ist.
x demand-MutoryV'apart-ments1
has dropped-, Ui'A
v Cold .wstef fiats- aW ate tlisap-peanng-yslowlyx-but'
gradually
- restflfrifiof; ambitious t I b in
clearance projects ln-uianjt cities.
In some areas' apartment wners
ha ve discovered -that' many people
do have chiWrewand arecbegitt

ning to 1 accept them iq their
That with variations from area

to are -is the present "picture as
outlined- by theegovemnent-housing
expertHe said'ifis -a far try
from tha- war; days ?when'' 'many
families found it 'almost" impossi impossible
ble impossible to get a .decent apartment.!
. He said, thfife jhart been decld-

ed spurt in new multi family

since World War II but a decrease

in the number of older apart apartments
ments apartments available for rent.: The re result
sult result has. been twofold h i gh e r
standards for rental 1 units and
higher rents.
, There was a big rush to build
new multi-family dwellings after
the war. It reached its peak in
1950 when. 243,000 units -were start started.
ed. started. Since then there has been a
steady decline. Only 123,000 built
in 1956. :- s ; u,'.--;.
; The gQvernment estimates there
are now 21 million apartments and
homes available for .rent. This is
slightly less than half the na nations
tions nations dwelling units. -.
Difficulties still are encountered
in finding suitable rental housing,
however. This is particularly: true
of families with children and
pets still ,taboc in many places.
- The government off icial said
families with this problem are
solving: it by ; buying their own
home.; In recent years credit has
been eased to the point where vir-i

tuauy any- medium-income family
can buy a home and pay about
what would be the equivalent of
rent each month. :
. Horns ; : buying ( becomes even
more attractive in view of gbvern-

Keeps

3.

4

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CLIPPED! Here Elvis, by
the Army shorn. Which leaves
the girlies all forlorn. His locks
and sideburns on the floor,, he
ain't gonna shake them curls no
more. The Army barber hasn't
really got to Elvis Presley yet
This is just our retouch artist's
idea of what the lad will look
like with a G.I. clip," ';; v

US Govt!

On Champ's Income TaxReturns

WASHINGTON, Feb. 18 (UP)--

The eovernment is. keeping ; a

careful check on heavyweight box boxing
ing boxing champion Floyd Patterson s

tax returns to make cure no

doesnt run into the trouble tnat
ban plagued ex-champ Joe Louis,
ii was disclosed today."- i

Tn tptimnv re eased DV f

he-took In as. prime gate; attrae-iion.-
Without ? h 1 heavyweight
crown, he hat trouble. earning
what he used to pay or should
have paid in taxes,'
Louis" attorney has made three
offers of a compromise settle

ment. All have been 'rejected. A

ourth compromise offer is under

House Appropriations- subcom Vi ood toJ bender, iieotiaUon in

mittee. Internal Revenue owe""
said the entire problem of prize .,.' -X :,'

officials promised thaV

LLouis. who retired with a lu

million dollar, tax bill nangmg iorm 'of v write-off "plan for box-

et a square rs. Sicminski v said corporations

fighters and others, who have onef

periods of high income is unaer
ttudy. i .

These

Subcommittee member Alfred

D. Sieminski (D-NJ),: who spon sponsored
sored sponsored a bill a year ago to give

Louuv. tax relief suggested some

nver his head. will uet

deal" in the .compromise settle

ment now under negotiation,
Checked Promptly
Internal Revenue --Commissioner

Russell C. Harrington said Patter Patter-.
. Patter-. ... i i

son's tax returns vui oe, cnecu
promptly so that Ue'wiU have an
orportunity to pay any additional

taxes due before nis iignung c

ment and private .predictions that

rents will continue to rise in many
areas for some time. The best es

timate is that they have risen rcer and his big-money, days, are

between 4 and 8 per cent in: the over.
largeKcities since last falI.A sirnW Louis has been struggling for
lar increase is in prospect for the several years to square himself

next year or so. '' .'with the tax collector, on Income

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can get' some tax credit for de de-preciation,.
preciation,. de-preciation,. but a prizefighter can cannot'
not' cannot' v;. ::-C'f;.:Si;:,:,
"Yet, he wears out sooner than
a factory,'"- Sieminski said.
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. ''The settlement we make i with
Mr. Louis is going to' be just as
fair as we can make it, both fron
his standpoint and ours," Harring Harrington
ton Harrington told the committee.
"We are not i n t e r e s t e l in

putting him in the poorhouse. We

want to see him nave a chance to

make a living for the rest of his

life. And we want to get as much

money in the process for the gov

ernment as we reasonably can."
The testimony disclosed that of

ficials have under "active study"
the possibility of imposing"with-

holding taxes on prize fighters

and other self-employed big-

money earners whose high in

comes are short-lived. Under the

arrangement, the tax collector

resumably would take part of

every purse earned by a big-time

tghter.

However, no one as yet has

come up with a satisfactory way

of doing It. Officials dw e K
'might work an extreme hard hardship"
ship" hardship" to withhold taxes on gross
income. Many prize fighters and
others who would be affected
have heavy "business expense's''
which cannot be figured in ad advance
vance advance and which must be deduct deducted
ed deducted before d term ining nt income.

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840 kcs., Panama Gty
1090 KcsM Colon
Telephones: 2-3066 Panama
1063 Colon

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OF VISITORS AND RETIRING pOUPLES S NICjHT j
Capt. and Mrs. Howard R. Johnson held Open House at
their Diablo Heights' home in honor of visitors to the Isth Isthmus
mus Isthmus and friends who are retiring and leaving to make their
home In the States.
Guests of honor were Capt. and Mrs. Henry Falfc and
Sir. and Mrs. Carter Orr, who are retiring and Mr. and Mrs.
Henry Schmidt and! Mr. and Mrs. Otto Schmidt who are
houseguests of Capt. and Mrs. Henry Falk.
Other visitors were Mr. Lucien Page from the training
ship Charleston, and Lt. Cmdr. Harry ( Small, Col. Claire
Herbert and Mr. Joe Patterson from the Maine' maritime
training ship. f

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The British Ambassador and
Mrs. Ian Leslie Henderson have
' isBued invitations to a cocktail par party
ty party to be held at the' Embassy resi resi-'
' resi-' i dence this evening.
French Ambassador Gives
Dinner Tonight
i The French Ambas s a d o r and
J Mrs. Lionel Vasse will give a din din-ner
ner din-ner this evening at the Embassy
J MQidt-nce in honor of the Com-

t mercial Attache of the French
I Embassy residence in honor of the
Commercial Attache of the French
Embassy Pierre Gudin du Pavilion
, and his wife, who arrived here re recently.
cently. recently. jJ(
Cmdr- and Mr$- Hewitt
Visit Son And Family

Cmdr. ana Mrs. u. iv. nemu
are here from Vallejo, Califor
nia, enjoying a visit with their son
aha daughter-in-law Lt. Col. and
Mrs. Clarence Hewitt and their two
grandsons Larry and Dick at their
home in Ancon.
Mrs. O. R. Hewitt will be guest
of honor at a coffee party to be
N;n inmorrow morning at Al-

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Spann, wife of u. coi. rrau
Sp'ann.
Dr. and Mrs, Matheney
Return From Ann Arbor
Dr. and Mrs. Robert G. Mathen Mathen-i
i Mathen-i eV returned Saturday morning
from a five-and-a-half-month visit
to-'the States.
The Matheneys stayed in Ann
Arbor, Michigan, where Dr. Ma Matheney
theney Matheney attended a graduate course
in Public Health.
On their return trip they stayed
- hv Washington, D. C. where they
visited Lt. Col. and Mrs. Stephen
Beaudry at their new home. Col.
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was professiobal training officer at
Gorgas Hospital for four years and
Jeanne was well known for her
artistic accomplishments and her
activity In community affairs.
. While In Washington the Mathe Mathe-ayes
ayes Mathe-ayes stayed at the same hotel as
Jol. Earl Lowrie, former Chief of
urgery at Gorgas Hospital. Col.
Lowrie WlH be coming to the Isth Isth-tnus
tnus Isth-tnus April 3 to attend the Second
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Dr. Harry Clark jformer director
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ry Laboratory is visiting here. He is the house house-guest
guest house-guest of Dr. and Mrs. Carl John Johnson
son Johnson of Golf Heights.
Dr. Clark and Dr. Johnson went
to Mandinga for the past weekend.
They are expected to return this
afternoon.
Dr. Clark will stay with the
Johnsons until the end -of this
week. V
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Entertain With Cocktail Buffet,
Capt. and, Mrs. William Hearon
were hosts at a-sraall cocktail-buffet
party held recently -at their
home in Los Bios'. ;
Special honorees were Mr. and
Mrs. Heary Schmidt and Mr. and
Mrs. Otto Schmidt who are the
house euests of Cant, and Mrs.
Henry Falk of Diablo Heights.
Mr. And Mn. Clark
Announce Birth of Son
Mr. and Mrs. Walter R. Clarke
Of Cincinnati, Ohio, announce the
birth of their second child, a boy,
on the 5th of February. Mrs. Clarke
will be remembered as the former
Renee Nash.
Mrs. Mary Lowrie
Leaves For Colombia
Mrs. Mary Lowrie left Saturday
afternoon by plane for Bogota Co Colombia,
lombia, Colombia, where she will take over
her new post with CARE.
Card Group Enjoys
Afternoon at Mrs. Nordtngt
The Card Group of the Balboa
Woman's Club enjoyed a delight
ful, afternoon of cards and refresh refreshments
ments refreshments on Thursday afternoon at
the home of Mrs. Maja Nordeng ir
Coeoli.
Hostesses for the affair were
Maja Nordeng, Mary Aanesen and
Flora Hack. Members and guests
participating were:i Jacoba Jous Jous-tra,.
tra,. Jous-tra,. Peggy Parker? Rose Casey,
Louise Merchant, Kay Daniels, E E-dith
dith E-dith Brown, Lois VanHorn, Maria
Days, Maude Clinchard, Florence
Waldman, Ruth Jenkins, Blanche
Schilling, Edith Eppley, Florence
KJipper, Mary Trent, Ruth Kong Kong-able,
able, Kong-able, Mollie Johnson, Cialre Irwin,
Sara Rowley, Ruth Bourgeois, Es-,
telle Frankel, Elsie Ettinger, Syl Sylvia
via Sylvia Rothman, Elizabeth Yaggie,
Hazel Zimmerman, Genell Bliss,
Dorothy Allen, Mary Aanesen, Flo Flora
ra Flora Hack, Maja Nordeng, Helen
Adler and Emily Bolton.
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Group is scheluled for 27 Februa
ry. This will take place at the
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the Baiboa Woman's Club. This is
also the day of the Annual Covered-Dish
Luncheon to Which all
members and their guests are cor cordially
dially cordially invited.
Delegates Arrive For
Episcopal Auxiliary Matting
Mrs. Carroll Webster and Mrs.
Harley Harbor of Almirante, Re Republic
public Republic of Panama arrived today by
plane to attend the 19th Annual
Meeting of the Woman's Auxiliary
of the Panama-Canal Zone Mis
sionary District of the Episcopal
Church, which will be held at St
Luke's Cathedral Thursday and
Thursday and Friday morning.
Rotary Ann Luncheon
Isthmian Rotary Anns are re
minded that a luncheon will be
held at the Washington Hotel in
Colon on Thursday at 1:00 p.m
for the ladies who will be attend
ing the Central ; America Rotary
Convention this coming week in
Colon. Mrs.' Edna DeBoyrle Is in
charge of the arrangements for the
Ladies' Luncheon and Rotary Ann
delevates to the Convention who
wish to attend the luncheon are
requested to contact Mrs. De Boy
rie at colon 489.
American Legion Auxiliary
Gives Bingo
The American Leyion Auxiliary
pave its monthly bingo for the pa patients
tients patients of Gorgas hospital at the
Red Cross recreation room on
Wednesday, Feb. 13.
Home-made chocolate cake and
punch were served. Prizes con consisted
sisted consisted of socks, handkerchiefs, toi toilet
let toilet articles and cigarettes. Mrs.
Mary E. Becker and Mrs. Eleonor
Connor were the hospital commit committee
tee committee this month.
Alamo Club Guests
To Enjoy 12 Hours
Of Dancinq Friday
Guests will begin at 2 p.m. Fn-
day, Washington s birthday, at thel
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Featuring Emilio Sempris and
his Rumba Casino orchestra,, the
dance, which includes number
Ot surprises and ; otner -jentenain-
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afternoon and evening until 2 a.m.
Headed by W. Fergus, the of
ficers of the Alamo club 'include
J. Small, vice president: E. Binns,
treasurer; A. Bramwell, secreta-i
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business manager.
Guests from both Panama City
and the Atlantic side are expect
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Sdldns Seek Bigger UN Role
In Ike's-Mid East Proposal

WASHINGTON, Feb. 18 UP)-
en. line Mansfield (D-Mont)
said today he may ask the Senate
to further overhaul President
Eisenhower's revised Middle East
resolution to give the United
Nations a bigger role ; in the
program. ' ,:
At the same time, Sen. Hubert
H. Humphrey- (D-Minn) proposed
a six-point program of "construc "constructive
tive "constructive steps" to back up the resolu resolution.
tion. resolution. Among other things, Hum Humphrey
phrey Humphrey called for strengthening of
the united Nations force In the
Middle East.
Debate To Open.
The Senate is expected to open
debate on the plan late tomorrow
but a final vote probably will not
come before next week. The
House already hos approved the
doctrine In substantially the form
requested by the President.
Mansfield and Humphrey are
members of the Senate Foreign
Relations Committee which joined
with the Senate Armed Services
Committee last week to approve
the resolution after modifying Mr.
Eisenhower's request for specific
"authority" to send troops to the
Mideast.
Mansfield, the Senate Demo
cratic whip, said the odds "might
well be against" approval of nis
proposed amendments. But he
said he is "quite seriously" con
sidering them "from a standpoint
of responsibility.
Asks Funds
One of his proposals would
authorize the President to use
Each notice for inclusion In this
column should be submitted iv
type-written form and mailed en
tha box number listed daily in 'So 'Social
cial 'Social and OtherwiM." or delivered
by hand, to the office. Notices of
meetings cannot be accepted by
telephone.
Ft. Amador Wives
Will Meet Wednesday
Amador officers' Wives Club will
be a coffee at tne Fort Amador Of-
ceri qud at 9:30 a.m., Wednes
dav
Heservations are
not necessary
and newcomers as well as mem
bers are urged to attend this in informal
formal informal gettogether.
Hostesses for the coffee will be
the ladies of the G3 Section; Mrs.
Joseph K. Kuss and her commit committee.
tee. committee.
Atlantic Branch Lodge 14
Meets Tuesday
The Atlantic Branch of Lodge
No. 14 of the FGE will hold its
monthly meeting at Marg a r i t a
Service Center tomorrow at 7:30
p.m. Items on the agenda mciuae
a full report on legislation now
pending in the 85th Congress, such
as pay increases for classified em employes,
ployes, employes, improved retirement bene benefits,
fits, benefits, union recognition bills, etc.
The Pacific arancn oi me Lfoage
will meet at Balboa Service Cen Center
ter Center at 7:30 p.m. on Wednesday,
February 20.
Explosion Of US
Warship In Cuba
Brought Friendship
WASHINGTON, Feb. 18 (UP)
The Cnban Ambassador to the
iinitort Slates said the blowing up
of the U.S. warship, the SS Mains
in Havana harbor on Feb. 15, 1898,
led indirectly to "eternal friend-j
ship of two great peoples."
, .n
Miguel Angel Campa, fPeking
at a memorial meeting in honor
of the men who tost their lives
board the Maine, told an audience.
of Spanish American war veter
ans gathered at the U.S. Depart Department
ment Department ofComraerce auditorium,
Cuba and the United States "have
maintained a sacred alliance with without
out without any eclipse or reservations,
during the long half century which
has transpired since then."
The SS Maine wt at anchor in
Havana harbor on a diplomatic
mission when it mysteriously blew
up. Historians believe. Una incident

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U. S. funds 1 to help the U.N,

Emergency Force In the Middle
tast. Another would call on Mr.
isenhower to advocate a U.N.
i commission on arms traffic.
A third would call on the Presi
dent to submit to Congress a
specific economic 1 program for
the Middle East.- AO three of the
proposals -were rejected when the
combined Senate committee was
considering the resolution.
The committee approved, with
some minor strings, Mr. .Eisen
hower's requested authority to
soend 200 million dollars of
already-appropriated funds in the
Middle East during the present
fiscal year. -'';: Ji'.-'?
Humphrey offered, his six-point
program in a speech before a
Zionist group in Los Angeles.
Besides strengthening the U.N.
Middle East force, it called for:
American leadership in efforts
to end the Mideast arms -race;
an oDen-skies aerial and ground-
inspection system 1 for, border
areas; free navigatidn on all
international waterways, lnciud
ing the Suez Canal and Gulf of
Anaba. for all nations: and
U.N. "good offices commission"
to promote peaceful settlement -of
Middle East disputes,
Adenauer, Nolle! V'
To Discuss Troop
Withdrawal Plans
BONN. Germany, Feb. 18 (UP)
Chancellor Konrad Adenauer,
probably will discuss Britain's
nlans to withdraw troops from
Germany when he meets French
Premier Guy Mollet in Paris this
week, informed diplomatic sources
said today.
Adenauer flies to Paris later to
day to attend the Euratom and
Common Market conference, tie
is expected to hold talks with Mol Mollet
let Mollet on the side during the meeting.
The Bonn government has ex
pressed its "understanding" for
the reasons compelling Britain to
withdraw a reported 30,000 troops
from West Germany. However.
Bonn government sources said the;
uermans win insist mis snouia oe
done in such a way as not to en
danger western security.
The Germans were reported par
ticularly opposed to any th
drawal of the British Second xac
tical Air Force.
Solon Says Ike Can
Blame Humphrey
If Cuts Are Made
WASHINGTON, Feb. 18 (UP) -House
Democratic Leader John
W. McCormack said today Presi
dent Eisenhower "can blame
Treasury Secretary George M.
HumDhrey if Congress maices
deep cuts in his foreign aid pro proem
em proem m this vear.
McCormack said Humphrey
"placed himself in a very unten untenable
able untenable position" by saying the new
71.? billion dollar budget is too
high and should be cut by Con Congress,
gress, Congress, v; V
McCormack said foreign aid Is
the only place "that I see where
sharp cuts can be made." There Therefore,
fore, Therefore, he said, Mr. Eisenhower
"can blame or thank, as he
wants to Secretary Humphrey
of the Treasury Department for
any sharp cuts made in that de defection."
fection." defection." The Massachusetts lawmaker,
who
was interviewed by Kep,
Kenneth B. Keating (R-NY) for
television stations in New York,
said Humphrey "has broken with
the President on the budget" al-
though both "say they have not"
He said .it looks a$ though one
ftf Humphrey's main
reasons may have been to divert
criticism from the President and
lo impose it upon the Congress."
Sen. Styles Bridges (R-NH),
chief GOP spokesman on the Sen Senate
ate Senate Appropriations Committee,
proposed Saturday that Congress
cut 1,173.000.000 dollars from the
4.4 billion dollars budgeted for
foreign aid.
House Republican Leader Jo Joseph
seph Joseph W. Martin (Mass) also has
predicted that Congress "will trim
the fat off the budget but has
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Former CIA Worker
Linked With Soviet
Diplomatic Sources
WASHINGTON, Feb. 18 (UfW
The House Committee on Unamer-
i :..:.: fAnL-;M inin
Dorts linking a former employe ct
the super-secret Central Intelli-
gence Agency with a Soviet diplo diplomatic
matic diplomatic representative, it was learn
ed today.
Sources said the soviet repre
sentative may have contacted tha
former CIA employe in an attempt
to get information.
Committee sources said the re
norts have not vet been evaluated
by committee investigators. On
the: basis of an evaluation, these
sources said, the committee wiA
decide whether to launch an in
vestigation of the case.
Kadar Officially
TL .1 r
lEaililj KUlJIfl fOf
Aid in Uprisings
LONDON, Feb. 18 (UP) -Hun-
ar f an Premier Janos Kadar of
ficially thanked Hungary's "reat
self-denying friend the Soy" t U
nion" today for putting down the
popular uprising in Hungary.
The Hungarian Premier in an in
terview with the Budapest cor
respondent of the Soviet govern
ment organ Izvestia spoke words
of high praise for the Hungarian
Soviet treaty of friendship signed
nine years ago.
He said the test of the treaty
was proved in .the help given by
Kussia to put down last Autumn s
revolution.
In the interview broadcast .by
Radio Moscow and monitored in
London, Kadar said that bv this
treaty the Hungarian people ac
quired a strong friend and a pow
ertui any.
Sanctions Against
India Over Kashmir
Urged By Pakistan
KARACHI. Feb. 18 (UP- The
Pakistan government plans to ash
the United Nations to impose sanc sanctions
tions sanctions against India in the Kashmir
dispute! well-informed sources said
today.
Top government officials are bu busy
sy busy framing sanction proposals so
that they can be placed before the
Security Council at the earliest p p-portune
portune p-portune moment, sources added.
They said the proposals were
being framed in consultation with
Pakistani Foreign Minister Firoz
Noon Khan, leader of the Pakistan
delegation to the Security Council.
French Aircraft
Carrier To Be
Named After Foch
SATNT-NAZAIRE, France, Febj
(ur) ine nrsi steei piaie oi a
new French aircraft carrier
named after World War I's Mar Marshal
shal Marshal Foch. was put in place here
yes'erday. -.-The
farrier, first laree-s i z e d
aval vessel built hi France since
the end of World War.H, is, the
sister-ship of the Clemenceau, .nov
unaer construction at Brst.
Far aaaaanft.
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Honroney Accuses Administration
Of 'Packing' Federal Commissions

WASHINGTON. Feb. 18 OJPV
Sen. A. S.f'.Mike- Monroney
(D-OklaV accused the Kisenhnwnr
administration today of 'packing"
It I 1 1 i 1 1
a move toward onenartv con
trol" of regulatory agencies that
Congress, intended to be bi
pamsan.
Monroney said he referred to
President Eisenhower's appoint
ment of "Eisenhower Democrats"
to such agencies as the Interstate
Commerce Commission, Civil
Aeronautics Board, Federal Com
munlcations Commission and 'Se
curlties. and Exchange Commis-
S1"
By ''law. Y all members, of these
commissions cannot belong to the
same political party. - 1
Monroney told a reporter that
a good many of the "Democrats"
appointed, to vacancies on the va various
rious various commissions ,. during Mr.
Eisenhower's first term would
have been "highly eligible for Re Republican
publican Republican seats on the boards."
Monroney is a member of the
Senate Commerce Committee
which handles most of the nomi-

Mystery Disappearance Of US Pilot

To BDisriissefl On
WASHINGTON, Feb.-18 (UP)-
Rep. Charles O. Porter of Oregon
announced today that he is prepar
ing to make a House floorissue of
the recent mystery disappearance
of an American pilot in the Domi
nican Republic.
Porter made the announcement
in a report on day-long discussions
with State Department Officials
Russia To Publish
Sf enqraphic Diary
01 Hazis' Trials
LONDON. Feb. 17 (UP) Rus
sia is going to publish a stenogra stenogra-nhic
nhic stenogra-nhic diarv of the Nuremberg trials
of the chief Nazi war criminals,
Radio Moscow said today.
The first oi. seven volumes wiD
be issued this year by the law
books publishing house in Moscow j
The seven volumes wM contain
the chief documents con n e c t e d
with the preparation and proceed
ings of the trials including -''genu
ine documents and plans of
Hitlerite invaders."
The first volume will include
statements about the responsibili responsibility
ty responsibility of "Hiterlites" for their crimes
and introductory speeches by
secutors ot tne umk, unnea
States, Britain and" France.
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TOP DOG Choeeri best of show at tho lst aflnual West Westminster
minster Westminster Kennel Club Dog 6how In New York. Champion
Shirkhan of Grandeur poses regally with his trophies, tho
-Afghan hound la owned by Sunny Shay of Hkkxrie, NT.

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E11K,' Becky -Abel; CtoOt'Vuot 'i,,''

nations for the e6ittmfss1ons. m.t"'1
said he expects the' committee to' l
take a closer 'look'1' at futuro
appointments. 1 ;
Monroney' complaint' w at dV" ;
rected particularly at thenomlna- J
tion of Louis J. Hector -of Florida'
as a Democratic number of the-'"51'
Civil Aeronautics Board...But Mon Mon-rooey
rooey Mon-rooey said it applied .to'. other
cases as well. j
Hector was najnedYhta succeed
Joseph C. AdamSitKhaiMonronejir'
said had Republican as: well a,
Democratic support for reappoint- j
ment. Adams was hired last week
as a consiutanitftsMonroney '''');
Commerce subconyftitteejion aviarf' gi
tion'. '.. -'. 'waiy- -hsfc' :..:-: i
. Monroney said iCpngress intend-

ed the agencies to.be hi-partlsaa ..

to provide a system .p&ii'checka.n m
and balances" for pandjing radio
and television, abfllne- joutes and
other activities ,r$(ulafied by .tfa4ni.;

"But the admfnistiration Is de-' 'V

liberately packing' these' boards to X
the end that it approaches one'

nartv control rnntrsrv to law." Im .

said. .it 4

. . SJU : 1
Floor OfHouse

and long distance telephone con- j
versationa with his ownvJnvestiga A :
tor in Ciudad TrujiUo, :t
Porter has exprss4 doubts at -,
to the credibility ,ef official Domi'
nican Republican explanations for
the death in December-of Gerald
Murphy of Eugeji'e,,, Ore., a pilot ;
for the Dominican ..National Air- :
lines. :
The Dominican government hn
claimed that Murphy fwas killed
for personal reasoni by., a fellow ..
pilot, a Dominican, who was alleg

ed to have commited suicide after
leaving a purported handwritten
confession to thedeed.;; :

Porter has beeniooking into al- v.,r
legations, emanatUg '3rom Sinwt.
Juan and elsewhirejt tothe effectiV
that Murphy's diiappeaifjnce : waa-,
instead related aometow Id tna .w;-

equally b a f f 1 i f g.1dlsap5earanc.;..';;
last year of Cotenvbia University
professor Jesus CalindfZ. a critii! x-

of the Trtrjillo regirf?'-i.t:"s JSKSTTT
State Departmentff slals MslUX.', MslUX.',-ed
ed MslUX.',-ed Porter's officf at tAgreis' UZZ-Z.
day and allowed? him to examine
photostatsoffKe Pomlnicanl lU
death certificate rand alleged sui w

death certificate -and alleged sui

cide note. f fft ...
Those docu m enlsgrrcst ill m ark-
ed classified fseret)2-foV "OffRSJ

thelcial use only"-rajd iW 'Depart.-: q

x.' their rt-
lease for- publication.
Porter said he .was
reaerai ourcnuLi;
imi handwritinv exocTti

msnf. vnn il no! vrnrrf 1, their ra-w I

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' MONDAY, FEBRTJAH IT 18, 1957

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THE GREAT PRETENDER Master' lmpaster" Ferdinand De De-Mknara
Mknara De-Mknara Jr. look wtv frnitr nountv attornev Robert Maiden

-t (right after he was arrested in, North' Haven, Me... on ft charge

. of eneatiBfr by false -pretense. temara,; wno nas m past years
Impersonated ft theologian, A philosopher, m surgeon and
v i monk i was charged by-stat police -with using the credentials

, 01 a Connecticut school principal to get a Bign scnooi wacnina-
ttv-i" f t" 4 jot) Jn North Haven. .r i r
!H7ii0cnver Schcclicher's Action

Branded Ridi&loiis' In Mexico

i-Thr refusal of a.... Colorado
school teacher, to 'permit MexV
. can-American stu4ent 4o carry
' the American fla -in a school
ceremony was branded'bj news news-.
. news-. papers today as '''abominable"
nd "ridiculous", dificrhninatiop.
- But most Mexico' cityrdailles
commented favorably on the
immediate protests- by Ameri American
can American andthe subsequent reslg-
nation' of Mrs. Charlotte C.
Rush; 'Denver president of the
Daughters of the American Rev
olutionwho set off the Incident
in a Denver school''- '-v,c
El Universal arafico said that
"'it is sad to think;' that a school
teacherwuld haw V1 eellngs
1out racial inferiority'' but
pointed out that Mrs; Rush '"did
not offend ., the Mexican fihil fihil-dTerr.
dTerr. fihil-dTerr. .'but she offended only
toerself by assuming "an attitude
that, We are sure,-condemns aD
that makes ft person be 'considr
red 'civilized." t r.j
The Government, Party, news-,
paper .El NaclonaX aalct the; "af t
fair is mt worthy-t-iiuiigria-.
tion -L it is ridiculJBKr?loo ridiculJBKr?loo-trasted
trasted ridiculJBKr?loo-trasted the actionwth- the
. warnj welcome ilrySirvflaHeif ilrySirvflaHeif-'
' ilrySirvflaHeif-' lean aarr minister j Robert Oft Oft-mez
mez Oft-mez Maqueo in the United
lo jj3.iu, xpappvaygwrs

a lady professor is fully com compensated
pensated compensated by the friendly actions
of the American Government."
' Excelsior -eaid "unfortunately.

the"pollcle of Washington are

not always -seconded by an tne
United States people, principally

where the'passions of small fan
atlc xvoupa are concerned

It called the incident "abom-

inable" but. commented? "For,

tunately; the reaction of censure

was immediate and energetic."

Novedade noted that "It has

been a. long time since we have

nad new ox Mexicans joi? tne
descendants of Mexicans having
had difficulties in the United
States from" the discriminatory

aecresslons' that were bo fre

quent only a few years-ago.
' '"Thegeperalized nrotest'' a

gainst; uie. Incident, Novedades

saja, ks very signincani ano

truly hopeful. lt shows that lit.

tie by little Mexicans have been

jgajhlngr sympathy, recognition

ana respect m tne ynitea
States."

OvacionearHaft "it, annearii

fthat. in -thfe United Stfttes ,they

are very indignant .towaras ny.
ftn rwlnn -ttnllAv. M'Mrt.

can is tinf rt to carry the ila

lup jsuarv ana ovripcn. 7

c 1 : if

itsfiynTruman i mm vovm invitation

t-; v ..iu iviauc. vjicclc, 1 uiucv vijii

0

, WASHINGTON, Fb W UP) -The.
State Department announced

. ; today with regret that former

,. President. Truman has declined,
an invitation to wike a goodwill
, .visit t Greece sod Turkey next
.'months x

Mr. t Truman notified tb Ate-

, partment. yesterday. that hewould
. be unable, io make the trlp be-
. caae .of previous commitments
, The. Department, .;.whlclu : an-
. Bounced his decision-, saich "this
Is source ef regret to both -the
,; President ; and the secretary 1 of
' tate, as it must be to the
overnments dL Greece and
. Turkey,". r.
4- v.-.'" '''
v'--.-- -! '' On Anaiversary v'.
f' Hf .Truman had beeaVlnvlted
v v ty 'the' two countries to attend
ieremoniet commemorating-" the
, totlj a nnivertary cf -the'Trumn
Doetrme" under- which "Greece

Turkey received U,SiJtf.tf wra-

f. rresiaent

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Eisenhower who has

been cool toward -,Mr, Tinman

' since the 1953 ciitmHfii: ap-

1 proved the idea. Secretary of

" State John Foster Dulles then

' relayed the Invitation te Mr Tni-

" bh last -Monaay nienVi n

sj The former Presldeat, who was

. vacationing in FlorWa.when he

'received the invitation, expressed
.Interest in it but. was unable to

.rearrange his heavy.. aclwdule. 1

T such short notice. Greece and

iToAey had suggested Merckvi

;!-" ggi the date for tber ceremony, v
::- t - ...1.;,-..-.,;
Mr Wat MilesHne r,
V.U'r-.. ,-
fi.. fir'-tr; Truman' decision to ga te
mv.. the 1 aid of Greece- asd' Tarkey
. r -when they were threatened .by
-'Communist rebellions in 194Twat
as 'Important milestone in U A
'iforeign policy.
.- It also set a preeedenr for tne

"Elsenhower Doctrine"' eallinf

1.. for ths use of UJ5. dollars and
j -troops, if necessary, to block
i. ( Communist penetration of the oil-
m frtieh Middle East. f-- -.!
iif.- Despite Mr. Trw en's' 'decision
' -' ot. to -attend the Greek-Turkish
, ceremony, there was tome specw
- latioa that ha sniaht be arreeable

te accepting soms sanllar asstgp asstgp-i'saerA
i'saerA asstgp-i'saerA Utes on.

J -JEdward T. roOlard, covers
rttD'h Prldent for .thertsJUngtoa
. Post and Times. Hr ki,-wrU
i v -today that Mr. Eiser bower ii
f -:.- eefer to patch p ht differences
, -wuh.Mr. Truman and. that the
' v.- Greek -Turkish trip had been

. viewed at a wsy s daiaf J.
' Lss Met T:I:

, -- FolUard noted that the. fjro ones
last met when Mr. Riwrtiewer
r.'Bok the oath for his first term

.......... .. rs
in January, 10S3. Since then, 'the
Chief Executive has passed up
several opportunities to meet with

Mr. Truman, who. -once offered to

back- hit for President on the

Democratic- ticket.
FolUardldded:

"Jrresident Eisenhower, It can

be 'said Authoritatively, has been
willing for some time to ask Mr.
Truman Is the. Whits House if s

suitable .Occasion should arise. He

is a, friendly man who dislikes
controversy (and) ts whom feud
tag inmost distasteful.
The Eisenhower-Truman split
stemmed 4 from some of the

charge 'hurled by Mr. Truman

during" the .1952 campaign.
Makeri Of Cooling
DeyiceiFace False
Admlising Charge

WASHINGTON. Feb. IS (UPV-

ine cederaA -Trade Commission
charged leday that "Port-A-Temp,,',mauUctured
by Hoy M.
Bloom, Inc., New York, is falsely
advertised as an air conditioning
device.-,
It said ihe capacity of the
device to -.cool or dehumidify air
"is so slight. that any refer reference
ence reference to these functions in adver advertising
tising advertising is. unwarranted."
, The devioa. consists of a plastic
and rubber ease holding a small
electric fan, two blowers, a fiber
glass filter and two rubber trays,
and requires two small cans of
refrigerant 4o operate. Ths re-,
frigerant has to be cooled la the
refrigerator- periodically, the com-mlsskm-ssidr
,
v It ssi4 sosss of the false adver advertising
tising advertising claims that the device
provider "air conditioned cool
cemfoi.',',,iurlfiea air," "helps

dehumidify air" and "establishes;

a rone of cooling comfort. -

The company was given 30 days

to answer .the charge. A hearing

was scheduled for April 22 a New
York City,-, .

At cms For Pcscc
Peel Faces lc:zh
Going InSenab

WASTUNGTON.. Feb. 18 (UP)

.

pteplibllcafl neaaers have wanrea

the white House that the atoms
for teace treaty first proposed by

President Eisenhower, is headed

for rough going in the Senate,: it

was. learned today. -1 J
!. Mr. Eisenhower it expected to

send a special message to the

Capitol soon asking the Senate to

ratify the- agreement signed by

70 nations at the United Naions

las'" October.?. '.w'y';' ":

Whether the apaosition cited by

GOP leaders is strong enough to

block :,- ratiacataon of the agree

ment remained to be seen.

Indications were -that the out

come well may be determined by

hew strongly wr. Eisenhower ana

his aides press for its approval.
,S Tb-i treaty : provides : for the
establishment of aa interaatlonal

atomic energy agency. As mem

ber, the United States ; would

supply nuclear material to the

group. The plan-was pronosed by

int. f resident ; in his widely-

neraided speech before the United

Nations General Assembly in De De-ceml
ceml De-ceml -1958.'-, ,j t

. une weu-tnformed 1 Renuoucan

seniority said he thinks the treaty

aia today: a As of now, I don't
know whether they could let it

ratified or not.".-:'; ';y -v.

A Democrat, with considerable
seniority sail he thinks the treaty

will win ratification. But he said
he will vote aaainst it.. t

ota senators asked that the

not be identified now. But both

said ey plan to speak 1 against
the treaty after it has been tub tub-mited
mited tub-mited formally. ... ;
i The private doubts voiced by
other senators ; cener on hese
POiUSt i : ''
.1. WU1 the S.000 kiMgrams of
Uranium 835 which the United
States hat promised to furnish ts
the proposed international atomic
energy agency find its way into
Communist hands
2. What benefits could ths
United States-get from the treaty
tha would compensae for the
risks involved in making nuclear
materials and know-how available
to an international agency
Aremburu lashos Af
Peron For Plolfing
Against Government
. 't. .'';.' ... y
TRElfiW, krgentiM,- fe! 18
(UP)-ProvisIonsl President Ped Pedro
ro Pedro E. Afamhilrrt fnda

former dictator ifuan D. J'eron of

ioiung mm political exile in

Venezuela to prevent "the demo democratic
cratic democratic reeonsfructlon" of Argentina.

But" Aramburu ftremised hfa

revolutionary government that he
planned to hand over power to
elected civiliaa l. authorities. y

juue v, iwns r-sr tnsj latest, f
In nitiOsWide radio address
from this town in Southern Ctnihnt

province, Arambuiu said h was
sure of cooperation from nolitlcal

parties and the Argentine people
in carrying out. planned elections
to "put an end to the revolution-

ary cycle."

He said elections for a eonstitn-

ent assembly to modify the pres present
ent present constitution would be held this
coming July. A date for the gen

eral elections would be set as soon

as possible after proclamation of

tne new constitution, he said.

AramDuru ltinsd out at Fsron
and pledged the ousted dictator

would "never set foot again" on

Argentine sou. r,;rA;'

"The blood tad destruction

spread by bis hatred will be an another
other another price paid "for American
freedom," Aramburu said.

Aram bum said tne stats 01
sieae imposed on Argentina in

1951 wouia be lined. as "toon as

possible. He said he would nsed

ths "cooperation aad Understand

ing" of public opinion.

Administration's

Efforts In Oil
Mixup Criticised

WASHINGTON, Feb. 1 8(UP)-;

sen. uuDert H. Humphrey D D-Mine)
Mine) D-Mine) said last night the admin administration
istration administration hat made a "lamentable

effort to wash its hands of the

whole on meu."

"But it hist doesn't wash." the

r- . 'j

Humphrey was soeakins of the

upswing in domestic aas and oil

prices and the lag in deliveries

01 crude oil shipments to Europe.

,,"We are,? the Minnesota sena senator
tor senator said, "witnessing a shocking
demonstration of the power of

monopoly ana Dig business in
Anterica.7 ;

The bit ell concerns, tie said.

have decided "they can fool the

American public into thinking that
the Euronean demand ana the

forces of general Inflation justify

a 35 cents a barrel increase in

crude oil, and s cent a gallon on

gasoline and ether refined petrole

um."-: ; 3.- i

Musical Moments

Answer ts Previous- Puzila

Egyptian Feminist
Ends 'Deathf Fast:
-
CAIBO'Feb. II fUPWFemims

leader Doris' Shafik ste soup to today
day today -end ended a 10-day hanger
strike ths 'went on for the double

purpou'of usting Israeli troops
and ending "dictatorial rule" in

EfTPt.N
Mrs. ShsEk- who had threat

ened to "strike until death,1 left
a hpitil srtd went home eonsid-

erab.'y weakeoed by hex ordeaL f

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24 "Uttle
26 Support' i
27 Wet -20
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47 Played at
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10 Plunders
23 Ceresaonial
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26 Danger
27 State of
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S8 Scent

38 Safe
40 Wash lightly
41 Weapon
42 Heavenly
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44 Small pastry

28 Streiahten up 48 Bewildered

31 Citrus fruits 47 Italian river

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Openlnf kd 4 K

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doubles your partner's opening
bid for a taice-out, you should
redouble with almost any really
good hand. ;
Hence, raises of your partner's
suit are all strictly limited bids.

The raise to two shows a weakj

single raise; the raise to three
something from a very good sin single
gle single raise to a hand that would
normally be worth two simple
bids; the raise to four is normal.
''''
South felt that he held suffi sufficient
cient sufficient additional values to con continue
tinue continue to game after the double
and his partner's pre-emptive
jump raise. Against many play players,
ers, players, he would have succeeded in
making this contract; but I. R.
Robinson of Dallas, who held
the East hand, succeeded in
beating him.
Robbie opened the king of
diamonds and received the four-

spot from his partner. He

promptly shifted to the five of
clubs, whereupon South was
"caput." He had to lose two

diamonds, a spade and a club.
The club lead is obvious when
you see all the cards. Robbie
could not see them, but he was

able to visualize that the hand
couid only be beaten if East held
the club queen.
Declarer certainly held the
ace of hearts, probably both the

ace and king, With both ace and
king of heart, South would be
able to park any losing clubs on
dummy's long hearts after
drawing trumps. Without both
heart honors South would need

either the queen and jack of

clubs for a sure finesse, or both

the queen and jack of diamonds
to establish a club discard from
dummy.

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THB PANAMA AMERICA?! AH INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER
MONDAY, TTBRART IS, 1957
coidnfe .'.tead;,;.:..
The
international N&Tb
iKansas Star Gets Chance

FACE SIX

Silt9 Sfaorit :jCT;F

Wilt

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Against Oklahoma Tonight

WEW YORK. Feb. 18

"shoots again for. the national Scoring lead tonight
to open f college basketball week featuring the
, three-man scoring derby and bids by five teams to
clinch conference championships.
The Jsmn-fjpot KansasjRopho- Washington and Lee loses to
more, who Daased !uo a' chance tVirelnia Tech Tuesday or Will-

f or the too spot on Saturday
nitht.' must have a bie 40 points

tonizht against Oklahoma 'in berth goes to winner of a post post-oder
oder post-oder to catch six-five Grady season league tourney.

Wallace of South' Carolina. He
reds 22 to stay ahead of thlrd thlrd-P'e
P'e thlrd-P'e Chet Pore of Columbia.
Going Into tonight's action
wr".e the others are idle, cham cham-v
v cham-v ln shows- an,- average of
C.OSQ' points per gameto 30
nr Wallace and 2995 for
r re. Y
v- lead Friday nieht with 41
'-'its. whllp Chamberlain scor-
M 32 Saturday aeamst Missouri
jpnd Forte' only 19 against Dart-
rro'ith. Chamberlain mignt nave
had' more, fcut was. taken out by
co? ch Dick Hprp with seven I
m'nutes left and Knsafl le" dlni I
by 33 points en route to a 91-58
triumph.'

. Tncludlnr tonight's gam,
Chamberlain and Fort? each
have s'x gamps to plav and Wal Wal-.
. Wal-. lre five, Wallace and rhamber-
'l'in play-three times this week.
.Fort-frily twice.
PfltfjJne the bir stars fnr the
. he dMnes this week wIM be
' fout teiins. who can clinch
. learie tittf' ontr'itht Nnrth
' rarol'na. West virrinia. K"n-
t"cVy, an1 Southern M-tho-t't
d'st. In ac tion Texas Wct-
ern can clinch a ti for its
"t crown. Here's ow these races
i 1 kIium V

1 Nc
I te
North Carolina Nation's No.
"m 20-0) can clinch the
To-vi'ior season Atlantic Coast
'Conference title by beating
rcH-rivf l North Carolina State
on Tnesdav. or anv.one of four
mainirr? cleaerue eamex Put

t Tar heels must win thti
' A.C.C. post-season tourney to
eam an N.C.A.A, tournament
berth.
' West Virginia Mountaineers
.won't risk their perfect 10-0

Southern Conference mar wis
week, but will gain the regular-
keason
crown if second place
IShowing At Your Service
BALBOA S:ir- TT5r
Air-eonditloned J
Edward G. Robinson
Kevin McCarthy
"NIGHTMARE"
' Tuesdays : j !tf ,.
"Hornpipes fc Castants"
CRISTOBAL
Air-Conditloned
7:0
PARAISO 6:15-:30
"D-Day, The Sixth of June'
CAMP BIERD 6:15 8:25

Beginning TONIGHT!
2nd ANNUAL HlT2na'
International Tennis Championships
From tonight thru Sunday
Men's & Women's Singles
. Men's Doubles
Mixed Doubles

First match will begin at 7 p.m.
TICKETS on sale at Cabana Club
Office
-V Grandstand $1. thru Friday
S2. St. & Sun.
(A few box seats available)
1 BUY YOUR ALL EVENTS
t TICKET TODAY $5.00
(Sent icemen, 4.)

Refreshments and snacks
available at moderate prices.
En jof yourself.. -it's
cheaper thai you think at...
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(UP) Wilt Chamberlain

iam and Mary Friday. AS in
A.C.C., however, the N.C.A.A.
KeniucKy tnira ranKea
Wildcats will clinch 12th South Southeastern
eastern Southeastern crown In last 14 years
and an N.C.A.A. berth if they
win two league games this weeK
while runners up vandeibilt
and Auburn "each lose one of
two.
Texas Western Will clinch
a tie for Border Conference ti title
tle title and N.C.A.A. berth if it beats
Hardin-Simmons tonight.
Here's the situation in the
other major conferences conferences-Big
Big conferences-Big Ten Indiana, 7-2 with
five left, has vital loss-column
edge over Ohio State (7-3) and
Michigan State (6-3). Hoosiprs
host iowa, tonight, while Michi Michigan
gan Michigan State meets- Illinois and O O-hio
hio O-hio State is idle.
Pac'fic Coast California
10-0) and U.C.L.A. (9-1) each
have six left, including two
this week, but are pointing for
a two-game series net- week
' at U.C.L.A. Washington (10-2)
can overturn race by beating
California this Friday and
Saturday.
Ivy Yale (7-1) faces Co Columbia
lumbia Columbia Wednesday and prince prince-ton
ton prince-ton Saturday. Dartmouth (6-2
meets Penn Friday and Cornell
Saturday. Yale has five left,
Dartmouth six.
Bit? Seven Kansas (6-1)
with five left) plays two league
games this week but may iace
crucial game March 6 at runner-up
Kansas State (5 2".
Missouri Valley Bradlev (7 (7-1
1 (7-1 with six left) faces critical
week, meeting third-place Wi Wichita
chita Wichita (7-2) tonight and second second-place
place second-place St. Louis (82) Saturday.
Other league leaders Yan Yankee:
kee: Yankee: Connecticut (6-0); Middle
rEastern: St. Bonaventure (4-1);
Ohio Valley Western Kentuc Kentucky
ky Kentucky (7-0): Mid-American; Miami
of Ohio (9-1).
Center Theatres Tonight
DIABLO HTS. 7:W rf
"FIGHTING TROUBLE"
Tuesday "TEMBO"
MARGARITA 6:15 8:00
"CONGO CROSSING"
Tues. "Law and The Lady"

Ava Gardner Stewart Granger
"BHOWANI JUNCTION"
Tuesday "HOT BLOOD"

SANTA CRUZ 6:15-8
COMANCHE"
05
"THE HARDER THEY FALL"

Outstanding tennis stars from
9 countries will compete in
these fast-paced games! ..
ALL MATCHES PLAYED
AT NIGHT!

Klrkctir Hatd
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CECILIA
- Sensational Double!
Frankie Lyman and his
Teenagers In
ROCK. ROCK. ROCK
- Also: -Gregorv
Peck In
MOBY DICK

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WRITTEN ON
THE WIND
with Rock Hudson
and
CONGO
CROSSING

Sunday Baseball

Prohibited By
Little Leagues
LITTLE LEAGUE POLICIES
By the District Representative of
Little League Baseball
Incorporated
SUNDAY BASEBALL
The regulation to prohibit
Sunday Baseball was made on only
ly only after lengthy deliberation by
the Rules Committee at wh ch
time they carefully weighed the
advantages and disadvantages.
There was a concensus that the
policy should be enforced as a
rule.
Sunday has always been a day
set aside from all other days of
the week. Certainly if 'we want
ouih youth to mature with a
proper respect for Sunday, we
should not encourage any activ activity
ity activity which will destroy this atti attitude.
tude. attitude. We firmly agree that Sun Sunday
day Sunday activities should be observ observed
ed observed as each family desires and a
program such as Little League,
whfch places certain demands
upon children and sometimes
their parents, does not encour encourage
age encourage such a concept.
Some leagues advise National
Headquarters that the attend attendance
ance attendance at the v games is much
greater on Sundays, it must be
kept in mind that Little League
is a .program for the boys who
play and not f,pr the spectators.
The audience must never be a
controling factor in scheduling
Little League games.
The National Headquarters Is j
firm in its regulation of no
Sunday Baseball.
Camp Bierd Tennis
Tourney Highlights
The Omphroy's tennis tourna
ment. currently in contention a
mong members of the Camp Bierd
tennis club and players from oth other
er other centers, is progressing nicely
with second round matches still
being conducted.
. An unfinished match between
Carlton Taft and Carl Benjamin,
.which,, had to be carried thrpugh
another day due to darkness came
to an end as the veteran Taft pro profited
fited profited from his experience when he
rallied to take the engagement af
ter being pressed hard by his
younger opponent. The score of the
hectic struggle was 5-7, 8-6, 11-9.
William Arthur, the old master,
after 18 years in mixing with
Huntley Dunn, who failed to beat
mm in many tournaments, suc
cumbed for the first time againstl
the determined Dunn. Dunn man managed
aged managed to squeeze a 7-5 verdict in
the initial set and kept up the on
slaught to wir. the second set 6-2
Buddy Stroop, for a second time
in this tournamest, failed to break
a good sweat as be had no difficul
ty swamping George Gercich 6-L
6-1. Stroop, who is now campaign
ing in the Hotel El Panama touln-
ey, should be in good shape for the
Omphroy crown.
The every busy Togo Young dis
played his usual form Friday af
ternoon against Winston Yearwool
whom he defeated 6-1, 4-8, 6-3. This
engagement was followed by the
Humdinger between Alberto Loney
and Paul Harper.
Loney was a house on fire in
the initial set, winning 6-1 but in
return received the same medicine
when Harper registered six be before
fore before his opponent could settle
down. Loney came back strong to
defeat Harper 6-1 in the last set.
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RECORD BREAKER 1. John Townsend; 2, Kevin Yocum; Yocum;-3.
3. Yocum;-3. Gary VouAer winners of the Cristobal Police trophies
for seven year old boys at last year's fourth annual Gamboa,
Civic Council Swim Meet. This year's meet will take place
March 3 at the Gamboa Pool. Young Townsend set a record
for this age group. John is one those naturals who are good
in all strokest ..

National Distillers '57
Golf Tourney Moves

Into Quarter

National Distillers' 1957 Best
Ball golf tournament now being
played at the Summit Hills "Golf
and Country Club moved into its
nunrtor-final round with half of
th matches already over
the

boards Ih the only Championsnip: oacn inursaay wan a-mucn easie easie-Match
Match easie-Match played so far the team of! 40 for nine holes. Galindo ani
Charley MacMurray and Nor mHause can not be taken for grant-
irnnVoH off th duo of Bob: ed. This will be one match o

Toland and Ralph Miller 2 and 1.
Lewtcr put his team ahead on No.
2 with an eagle 3 on the par 5 hole,
".hi tod .h.y ...
ed.
Other quarter
date are:
final results
f.
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First Flight
, j T ..11.. aliminatoil

.M.a""" ..i,BU tournament. In the finHJ

L-ari serger i

19 hole before beating Brown, and!?'1 tch the Summit operators

r.flstunada 1 UP.
iri.nu lAmnmi
and Harvey Beall moved past
Youngblood and Earl Best wim a j.
up victory.
Second Flight
Old Pop Trim and Dick Eg6

had to come from behind to geccn' ount p

oy me ieam m bum .uu;
a i a m adiii' iiirfaiTi

This match went to.the 19th hoe;er tod.v Nri t. M.T.i

where Trim's par ended the match-l 'iV.n : ""t M'Kev
il Sunk were five up.!, SfE

and ii to olav before Trim am
Eeolf won a hole, the 13th. Lt
Governor Schull and Bob waiRer
were too much for Duffus and An
nacherico winning 4 and 3.
Thlnf Flight
The Summit team of Bob Bowen'
t,:ii T : .;-A In
ana dhi -uMcjh vv."""""
nBmoTnnt'Ei
people by moving pasi r.i
surpria prupieu,
Cherry nd Mccue witn xompar.
tive case winning S nd.B"
Medinger;nd.Perreand edged I by
Ryan i and I Williams 1 -up. """'
and Dr. Strurapf won over Henryi
7d,.Perrt!M d5dJ?jr B nr
WJUams 1 up. Hughes and Dr.
Struftipf won over Henry end
vum. " ---
Clevenger took a 2 up triumph
irom une ins truin.
ine meoaiisi team
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PHARAOHS
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THE LONE
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Scores

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Queen
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on the Brazos duo

Finals

01HS2-Picudo $2.20.

and Anibal Galindo this morning
in the featured match of the quarter-final
round. Reports have it
that George had an easy 31 for
nine holes Wednesday and came
watch.
Other
championship flight

matches
lined up lor today are
meeting Bill LeBrun and Jim
T.i;l,l nnv. i -'
the defending champions having
had their names engraved, on the
National Distillers revolving tro-
Jnhu In.. i U nm Tl
' F"J Awi lc will ill LUC iaoo DCSL
quarter-final round championshii
-
play this flight's dark horse combi
nation of Robertson and Bostic,
nWH i.y rw .i
played is the' Kline-Sam Garridl
nu- i iLi . .
1-t-u J?L Hre,nnan''J'mmy.,wto
uiavi.u. uailiai HUU JU1UC Will navel
g 3&
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5?ppoiwJ Vlioto m.t.f,.. V. i
combination of McClain and La
tham. Crowden and Sewell play
Perantie and Howard Engelke.
The third flight matches have
already been played, but one fourt i
nignt match is- still to be played-
The Saltenos brothers. Joe and
John, take on Engle and Feeley.

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v-'""
oiayed Saturday at Bra
olayed Saturday Br,l0 Broo
r.it p,,, k. ii -. .....i
Golf Club When all fOUf Ouarte
. .v. ni-V(,d
Summit today. Irene Mai a r k e y
,nd Lee .Knuth'' wiU-have theb
hands fulr when the tussle wif
. tm mnA r,m pnti
lSyl Carpenter and Marian Taylor
meet Jones nd Jean SUf e
Mac-)walt Kttie Cal, ,nd Bri meet
wnem ana wean morns. rne ae
fendin? ch,mpion. Pearl Trim
and Peg Montanye, have theiri
work c-jt out for thent when they
pUjr H0pg0II IIKl wuey.
Todat Bncanto J5 J20
Rhonda Flemmmg
Rlcardo Montalban In
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"INVADERS FROM MARS"
Today IDEAL 20 -70
Robert Taylr ln. ln.-'
' ln.-' "Westward The Women"
- Joseph Cotten in
"MAN WITH A CLOAK."-.

Jlle"Iw..?,Mlnor. .keP "l?.01?!

Easy Win
Handicap

i Sabiondo raced to an easy
five-length victory .in the five
furlonsr $650 Continental Coffee
Queen Handicap at the president
emon race ;tracs yesteraay ait
ernoon. : 'iv-f':0.H''''i:v-)
Roberto Motta's two-xear-old
Argentine-bread bay son oi Su
reno-Cigarette proved superior
to seven Chilean two-year-olds
that opposed him.
Jockey Fernando Alvarez hus
tled the Julio chandecK trained.
colt to the front In the first fur furlong
long furlong and that was it. Sabiondo
Increased his margin until he
was flye lengths in front. From
there on Alvarez merely kept a
snug hold on the reins until his
mount crossed the finish line.
The race was run In honor of
the beautiful Miss Anallda Al Al-faro.
faro. Al-faro. who recently triumphed in
Colombia over representatives
of 17 countries irl the contest to
crown a coffee queen. Miss Al Al-faro
faro Al-faro was accompanied by several
lovely members of her court.
Sabiondo, the mutuels favor
ite, paid $4 to win.; Alvarez f0i
lowed up his handicap victory
with wins aboard Gonetiho in
the secondary attraction and
ada in the nightcap to be the
days top rider.
Elko, which nosed out odds
on mutuels choice Picudo in the
ninth race, returned the biggest
win dividend or -the afternoon
with a $19.20' payoff
The dividends:
FIRST RACE
lMoonshlner $9.80, 3.40.
2 Chito $2.80.
SECOND RACE
1 Single Sllnper $3.80, 2.40.
2- lArpeio $3.20.
First Double? $16.60
ij :M THIRD RACE
lDestello $2.60, 2.20.
2 Lady Edna $2.20.
One-Twos '$8.20
FOURTH RACE
1 Que L'ndo $4.80, 3.20.
2 Refia $9.80.
Quiniela: $53.20
' FIFTH RACE
1 Esteban $2.20, 2.20.
2 Pichoto $2.20.
SIXTH RACE
1 King $5.40, 3.
2 Merry Mason $4.
j SEVENTH RACE
1 Arrabalero $6.20, 2.80.
2 Oro Purito $2.80.
Second Doubles $14.60
EIGHTH RACE
LSablondo $4, 2.60.
2 Empire Cross $3.80.
Quiniela: $12.20
NINTH RIACE
One-Two: $37.80
TENTH RACE
1 Gonetino $3.60, 2.20.
2 Alhaiar $2.60.
ELEVENTH RACE
1 Rada $4, 2.40.
2 Barlyon $2.60.
.
On The Alleys. .
TO LEAD IN COSMOPOLITAN
MIXED BOWLING LEAGUE
Bill Coffey and the Tivoll Mo Mo-tormen
tormen Mo-tormen fought off the Pepsi co cola
la cola five to win three points
Wednesday night and maintain
t their two game leaa over sec
ond-place Atlas Club.. Knowing;
tnat Atlas had wn thrf, poJnts
by forfeit from Tasco It was win
or else for tne Motormen ana
uiev Uiu, uu uj vvuhhk
behind two out. of the three
pames
f xmfortunately Tasco could hot
team nnrl ara A 1. 1 Q thrfa
a t&f?
season ana aimosi aroppcu
n mir nr w.ritw riiniiiiiir 1 1 ii Lite
co out of the running for the
championship. Seymour Agen
cies also lost a good chance to
cies also lost a good chance to
two out of three to the last place
Colonial insurance team.
Big Bob Toland continued his
fine bowling bv rolling a big
248 game for the highest game
of the evening. Chuck McGarvey
rolled the second best game
246 for the Seymour "team. Al
Minor kent the Colonial Ii
lent 233 game to lead off the
"
ovnlrnr
Ttlll rnffpv haA th- hlfrhpst SP-
res of -the. evening with 649.
'"ich Included games of 224 and
In Tivoli's.win over Pepsi Pepsi-lola
lola Pepsi-lola Chuck McGarvey with ft
i5 was runner-uo to Bill lor the
i5 was runner-uo to
m.g B,en 8eries.
helped APA climb
Earl Best
couple of
notches higher with oames of
206 and 211 and a 606 series.
Lil Gunn was the bl? s;un of
tlw ladies with a 477 series and
a 170 game. Marge Hicks, helped
Sevmour win their ; lone point
with art,' equal 170 tigh pame.
Runner-ups for the high series
honors went to'Thelma. Ctmby
and Betty Coleman of Seymour
and Brahiff Airways with 466
! and 455. Thelma also had a high
' game of 169.
Standings at the end of the
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Tlvoli Motors 39 4
Atlas Club 37 i
Seymour Ajrenclei .. 32
Tasco Batteries ....4 30
Branlff. Airways .... 30
APA 29
Pepsi Cola' .;; vs .-. . -s 26
Colonial insurance 26

Lest MQ
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At El Panama
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President ErnesU de la Guardia
Jr.. tonight -will ; loin' the' ambas
sadors of 13 countries whose re representatives
presentatives representatives are participating in
the a n n U a I international tennis
tournament in a'colorful flag-rais
ing ceremony at Hoter JSI Pana
ma s ..new., championship court.
Participating countries are:
Germany., Australia-' Brazil Costa
Rica, Cub,lj.Unjted. States,' 'Great
mmm
PACIFIcHittt& LEAGUE' :v
Final Standing, First (Half
'.-Mu'Wfi-iti-won 'Lost, Pit.
Police ; i-.-Wm S. t: l :. .900
Lincoln Life ".i-.;.; 8"" J"1 800
Spur1 Cola .I vr;'.. t'-M .600
Elks 1414 ir.'.Xn'rtZ '' -400
x-Gibraltar life'. 3 6 .333
k-Seymour'Agchcy ir-'i 9 : "i000
x-SeymoilrV'-iUKl !0 i -to raltar
played a tie'game; cs'y; ;,
Seymour Agency 2, GilJi'altar 2
In one of the best ball games
of the season, Seymour Agency
battled the Gibraltar Ut in an
overtime contest without either
team gaming a decision because
'of darkness. tin
Frauhhelm'iopposeff Peirra on
the moilnd ah'diat thertd of six
innings the store wa's'tied. Two
other pitchers "Bing-" Crosby
for GibtaltaP1' and Carlson for
Seymour -. pitched shutout ball
Chubby Colin corrtgarf, catch
er, was the big eun for the sey
mours, accounting for ill the:
runs with a hbme run -in the
second inning and drrviftsrln the
oiner rufl w"" Cicaii. single
For the Gibraltar Aitman naa a
four base clout' and 'a? single.
Hermany also had two for three.
The feature fleldine play oc
curred when Gibraltar had men
on first, and second ancr-Hama
drove what lodked- Kk& a clean
slnele over-, the -second sack;
However, feenterflelder Carlson
came Tasv ana- peggea me
ball to third base to force th e
runner and retire the side.
Since' the buteome -this
game' wouia nave no peanng on
the1 standings, this tie game win
not be played. -v- -. v
The box icbre
Seymour Agency
Raymond 3b ...
Anderson lb
Ab
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Carlson, cf, p
Boatwrlght s$
Corrigan c
3
4
3
3
2
3
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Perra p, cf
Calleja If
Moses rf
pearl 2b1
Gibraltar Life
ion
0 0
1 0
Boughner rf
Hanna 3b
u cd Q a o en
A R E LEASE?
VZM,. 4:07, 5t 7;J1'.9:13,
.0.75 0.40
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He was a man'
on tne run.
Abut -his tlm
V was running ,i
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MONA FREEMAN
..GENEi NELSON
JOHN BENTLEY
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Tennis Coui;

Britain, Guatemala Italy Mexico,
Peru, Sweden, -Venezuela and Pa'
nama. i.

""As the players are introduced by t
Roberto Herutematte generals

vu-umap to me cftampionship, the v
Ambassadors will raise their na nations,
tions, nations, flags. Visaing players will,
then pass in review and will b'
introduced to President fDo' 1
Guardia. iL.
v Jhe fu-st match on the n'eV court
will feature-Miss Yoi Pamir..

Mexico, last .vpr' nmh., ... il "v ;

the singles competition, will meet" J

nuw;ouiriey aioomer, England, '
member of the British widhtm.

Cup Sauad. '7 -"

The final match on the stadiui ,f
COUrt brines inadthor t.ti ksm

vvuireras, .juexico s uavis cupper,
against Money Schwartz ,tN
York City. . H?tf.?
( The second match on the stadi stadium
um stadium court finds Whitney Reed. San
trancisco, Calif., jnatching strokes
?lb rlaJd, Ga,rdd0- Hav"ak
Cuba. Iteed is a 1ioht f :
beat the Cuban Davis cupper.
VThe, third encounter brines to to-tether
tether to-tether the fast-risjng Eyo, Pimen Pimen-w
w Pimen-w a"8'; ,Venezuela, and col
rful Mario Llamas, Mexico-City.
Pimental toured Europe last 'year
for the first time and holds a nunU
Oer of imbortant vlrfnria.
Mghly-ranked players. Llamas,
ii. i". oarranquiua last year.
Vic Seixas and other high ranking
y.S, players. a
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To round out the tennis: program -on
the opening night four'womeir
matches have been scheduled: Ro Rosa
sa Rosa Maria Reyes, Mexico vg,Sara
Mae Turber,, Evans ville, Indiana;
Margaret Bonstrom, Swede vs Dor-'
dthy Head KnodeNew York City:
Mary Ann Mitchell, San 'Lea'Mdr6,,
Calif., vs Pauline Edwards,' Lbh Lbh-dm.
dm. Lbh-dm. Karol Fageros, Miami jrj the
winner of the third annual local
clhampionship. a' 7
Lloyd, Elte Win
Club Matches
The singles matches of the
raiso Tennis Club contliiued
ferday. Alviil (Lucky) Lloyd beat
narora jonnson 4-s, e-Z, 6-3. N.
(Pops) Elie topped Lewellyn (Fus (Fussy)
sy) (Fussy) Simmons 7-5, 7-J. n
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Lloyd will be played tomorrow
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er to get more than one liit, and
he banged out two straight sin singles.
gles. singles. v f 1

Wiin ine cnampwnsmp' iuuh iuuh-ed
ed iuuh-ed away. r the Yankees came back
the next afternoon to play the
faculty team. Although they
went into a Jead In the first two
innings, it didn't, last long and
the professors came back to win
1 to 3. Jim Wolf, junior high
social stldies teacher, not only
pitched for the winners, but also
hit a home run to substantially
aid the cause.
The Knickerbockers had little
trouble in going through the A
League basketball season with
out defeat to take the cham-
nionshlD. They won 45-31 from
the Celtics and by forfeit; from
the Dons, while the HawKeyes,
showing the biggest improve improvement
ment improvement of any team, upset the
Celtics 43-40 and got another
win on forfeit from the Dons.
There ian be little question
of the superiority of the Knicks,
however, for v they dominated
play from the very urst rouna
(f gamse. m their nnai game
against tne ueincs, team purca purca-ra
ra purca-ra tift.t.prt fifteen nolnw in the
first half,, and then didn't play
anv of the second half. Chester
Pearson took up where Barbara
left off, however, ana scorea io
points in the second half to add
to his single marker of the first
ior- an afternoon s wors worm
11 points. Gerardo Cosca has 12
points to complete the high
scoring trio of the Knicks. It was
a member of the losers, ; how however,
ever, however, that took scoring honors
for the came. Al Nahmad drop
ped in 20 points, which amount amounted
ed amounted to Just about 2-3 of. 'feU team's
points for the game.
The -nawkeves had to over
come an eight point deficit m
the second half to : npset the
Celtics. Trailing 2028 as the
third quarter ,' started, Lane
Thompson and Gene Burch
found the range in a hurry and
by:the time the third quarter
ended the Hawkeyes had forged
into a 7 point, 31-24 lead. Tne
Celtics closed the gap with a
rush with Nahirad getting
three baskets and tarry Siegel
another trio, but Thompson and
Burch managed to keep up with
the mto -assure the win for the
Hawkeyes. Thompson was mga
for the game with 20 points,
Kflhmad hd 12 for the Celtics,
-andBurch a like number to help
Thompson rwitn tne jiawseyca
Raul BarWara was T the high
point maker for the season with
105 points m 7 games. ai
mad had 87 in 7 eames. and
Gene Burch 66 In games.
Hole-in-one golf finUlied up
durlnc the week as the A League
bovs had a whack at the 100
yard distance) Jim Watson came
out on top with a best ball com coming
ing coming to rest 7 ft. lVt inches from
the cup. second went to Dan
DesLondes who was 7 ft. 11
inches out, and third to Dave
Drennan with one 14 ft. 4 Inches
away.
Standings
'C League Water Polo
Team
Won Lost Pet.
. 7 1 .875
.. 5 3 .625
.. 2 6 .254
.. 2 8 .250
Corbinas ..
Sharks U
Cting Rays
Whales ..
B League Softball (Final)
Yankees .. . .. . 5 1 .833
Red 60.. 4 2 .667
Gianta .. .. .. .. z 3 .403
Dodgers ........ 0 5 .000
A League Basketball (Final)
Knickerbockers .. 0 1.000
Hawkeyes 3 3 03
Celtics 3 3 .500
Dons . . 0 6 .000
..Dae Cristobal. C 2L, Feb. 21
.Due CrisUbal, C. Feb. 27

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Legionnaires
Mo Ye Into
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First Place-

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SECOND HALF STANDINGS
PACIFIC TWILIGHT LEAGUE
Teamf .'.''
American Legion
Won Lost
Lucky Stnxe ..... .-. .
Junior College . ;
Balboa High School .'
-- Yesterday's Result
Amer. Legion '10,' Lucky Strike 9
i . .
' ;' Tonlght'i Game
Lucky Strike "vs Junior college
American' Legion scored five
times in the bottom of the sixth
to erase the ucky-Striker lead
and handed the first half win-,
ners a 10 to- 9 setback yesterday
afternoon at Balboa stadium
; The winners scored three runs
in the first on a three run hom homer
er homer by Eddie Blog and added
single uns in pthe ; thlrdt i and
fifth with Blog; singling both
runs across. '-.'';v...
. Lucky Strike scored one run
in the first and two more in the
third on Dick Johnson's round-,
tripper. A single run in the
fourth cut the American Legion
lead to one run and Lucky Strike
took a. four run lead in the
fifth scoring five runs on two
basa hits. ?
Legion pulled the game out in
the bottom of the sixth inning
sending ten batters to the plate
and with a combination of five
hits and one hit batsman and
one base on ballB plated five
ruhf to edge the Luckies 10 to 9.
v Connie Castillo started for Le Legion
gion Legion on the mound with Jack
Love taking over in the fifth.
Duke Colagrande came in to re relieve
lieve relieve Love in the Striker sixth
and after giving up one run re retired
tired retired the side andr then got
through the seventh although
the tielng run was at second
base. Colagrande was the win winning
ning winning pitcher to even his record
at one and one. ,
Jerry Johnson went all. the
way for Lucky Strike losing his
second eame to the Legion.
Johnson gave up nine hits, bit
two batters, struck out three and
walked three in suffering his
secona loss witnout a win.
Eddie Bloz was the bite eun In
the batting department for the
winners with a perfect day at
the plat garnering four hitg in
four trips with one of 'his hits
going for a home run.
Al Lombana led the Luokies at
the plate with three singles in
three official trips to the plate.
Tonieht the Junior Calleee
take on Lucky Strike at 7:00
clock at the Balboa Stadium.
Charley Hinz will pitch, foi
Lucky Strike and for Junior Col College
lege College ft will be either Lou Charles
or Fred Raybourne on the
mound.
The box score:
Lucky Strike
Ab R II Po
Lombana, 2b, 3b
Halman, as
J. Johnson, p ..
3 3 3 3
3
4
3
4
1
1.
4
2
O
3
carun, .,
D. Johnson, c .
Hinz, if
Tuttle, cf
D. Smith, 3b, 2b
Frankhouser, If
(a) Joyce
G. Smith, rf ....
29 9 7 18 8
American Legion
Mead. 2b 3 0 0 3 2
Chase, c, lb 4 116 1
A. McKeown, sg ..4 3 I 0 0
R. Nicxisner, c, II 3 2 12 l
Bylog.rf 4 14 1 0
Welch, lb ....... 1 0 0 3 0
Love, lb, p 0 0 0 0 1
Colagrande. p . 1 1 0 0 0
Marietta, cf, if 2 0 1 2 0
T. McKeown, 3b 1 1 0 4 1
Castillo, p 2 4 0 0 0
Cucaion, cf ..... 1 1 1 0 0
27 10 9 '21 6
Score By Innings
Lucky Strike 102105 09 7 2
Amer. Legion 301 015 x 10 9 4
SUMMARY Winning pitch-!
er: colagrande (1-1). Losing!
pitcher: J. Johnson (0-2). Struck
out by Castillo 5, Colagrands 1,
Johnson 3. Bases on balls: Cas-i
tiUo 5, Lowe 3, Colagrande? I, i
Johnson 3 Wild .pitch: ; Castillo
1, Love 1. Hit by pitch: Nieklsh Nieklsh-er
er Nieklsh-er and Colagrande by Johnson, j
Home runs: Boloz and D. John
son. Umpires.'-P. Corrlgan land j
2:10.

General Manage

From Frantic

By JIMMY BRESLIN
NEW YORK (NEA) 'You
save -vour' ear."' Frank Lane was
ssyingj "by holding the phone out
like this, you still can near tne
other guy and you don't wind up
with a sore ear.'.'o j -m ..
Lane was.'i as! usual. on ,t h e
phone as he talked. The St. Louis
Cardianl general! ..manager; was
waiting for the long distance oper operator
ator operator to get him Roy liamay of the
Phillies, who was al Clearwater,
Fla. Xi f ;
In the course of a day,'Lans is
likely to make 50 calls such as
thiSf J'When I .first came ;here"
e smueo, "I did better than tnst.
r. Busch must i nave neeu won
dering what kind of crazy r busi business
ness business he was In. ?I was setting
long stance phpn records."
The operator .? iid Harney
couldn't be -reached at this time
and Lane hungiup and did .the
thing he likes next to t liking on;
the telephone.' Talking Off the tele-j
pnone.
"Take this Hamey,"' he began,
'.'he is typical of why I have to
use the phone, so much. He is
what you call a general manager
who has an I'll-be-kiUed complex.
'I'll be killed if I make this one,'
he's always saying. ... y
-'
"A while back, I went to a din dinner
ner dinner at. Wilmington, Del., with him
and I was doing pretty good right
at the table, setting, up a t rade,
When the speakers started to get
on Hamey for sending Del Ennis
to us.
'"The next thing I know, he is
saying' good-bye to me and Wav Waving
ing Waving for Florida."
Once un the subject. Lane wound
UP and gave a trader's-eye view
of general managers in the Na National
tional National League. "Fellow like me
has to know the general manag managers
ers managers as well as he knows ballplay ballplayers,"
ers," ballplayers," Lane insists. "You've got to
know every trick they've got."
As an illustration, Lane swung
into Gabe Paul, who runs the
Cincinnati Redlegs.
"Strlstly a marathon man,!'
Frank says. "When I first came
to St. Louis, he was over for din dinner
ner dinner at six o'clock, one f night. He
flew fight into town before I had
a chance' to know what was, going
on Bang! He hits me with sn
offer. I say I don't like it. Means
nothing with Gibe. He goes the
distance.
"At one o'clock I finally snuck

o'-iOff to bed. Gabe was disappointed

because be started so late in the
day. A fine idea, from his stand standpoint,
point, standpoint, would have been to get me
at nine in the morning, then work
me until I gave in and took the
offer."
Buzzy Bavasi. Lane insists, is a
different quantity. "He's got plen plenty
ty plenty of everything, including nerve,"
Lane says. "He reads the finan
cial pages too closely or some
thing. I mean, this is a guy who
can sit there and ask $150,000 for
some minor league player.
"Joe Brown is bit new to me,
of course, tout after a season try try-ing
ing try-ing to get his Pittsburgh material,
I feel I know something. He would
make, I say, a fine contest man manager.
ager. manager. That's all he does with his
ballplayers.. He tries to get six
clubs interested in the kid and
then hopes they'll start bidding.
"Chub Feeney of the Giants is
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the guy that shakes me He tells
tha- truth.-1 mean,, you know how
general managers, operate. We
bulldoze each, other, -You get used
to it. Then along comes a guy
like Feeney and he says 'This is
what I want' and we'll give this'
and that ends it. You're off bal balance.
ance. balance. V "A
"John Quinn of Milwaukee is
reticent Irishman.- He never calls
you unless he has a deal pretty
well set in his mind. Otherwise,
be doesn't say j anything. He's the
once-a-vrar-yop-hear type.
"John Holland of Chicago is to to-.tally
.tally to-.tally different. I won't say a thing
The
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The February tournament of
me Panama women-s oon as-

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sociawon was neia at Brazos iast;zos, Davis, Panama, and Sum Sum-Saturday,
Saturday, Sum-Saturday, Fiftyrthree women i mit entered teams, each tenm

piaye mciuaing nve r.ew mem
Gorshe, "Marge
Lund. Edna Jackson;
Peters, Dori5 Leeser.-
As at Summit the scores were
low.. Katie CalJ won low gross
with a 79. The most exciting
score of the day was Dottie La La-Croix's
Croix's La-Croix's 89. .With birdies on No. 3
and No. II she broke. 90 for the
first time. Louise Jones got low
net with a 67 and as her prize
she chose' the attractive bottle
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Other low net winners were:
Edith Mathieson 69
Dottie LftCroix 69
. Nellie Whitney ....... r ,70 '
Pearl Trim 71
Bobby Hughes ,71
Lee Knuth 71
Mae Askew 71
B. Hennon 72
Marlon Taylor 72
, Lynn' Jones 74
Jan- Huldtquist 74
Ruth Daniels 74
Mickey Gorshe 74
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rsGei Ratings

nkie Lane
about mm. He's new and I want'
to work With him first."
The only man in the majors you!
cannot do1 business with,. Lane
feels, is George Weiss of New
York. "He calls you up and svs!
he wants a Billy Pierce, for exam!
pie. .Then you mention Joe Collin;,!
Andy Carey and a Charley Silvers
and he says he'll call you back'
uier.
"Then he calls back and say?,
'That little left-hander you go'.
Fierce l think his name is. Well.
x ilium tua uauio 19. tvuu.
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Fairways
In conjunction with this
ree
jular tournament twenty players'
were also competing in" the In-
ter-Club Matches. Amador, Bra
,maae up or rour players and

I tw oalternates. On the Davisiwnen the Sugar Man tries to re-

Doiores;team Doris Leeser nlaved as alJgaw his middleweight title from

leruuie ror ixmise Reynolds.
syiva carpenter of the Panama
team was' unable to play so al
ternate Lee 'Knuth nlaved
Each match was scored on
points, winner eieht other, fi-'-

2-0. The hieh noint afnrrs wprisays. "Up in the (raining camp he1

Louise Jones who scored 102 for

Summit and Lee Knuth who eot'the so-and-so and

102 for Panama. BPbby Hughes
made 96 for Amador and Katie
Call 96 for Panama.
-The total points for each club
for, the first half of the tourna tournament
ment tournament were:
Panama 348
.Summit 344
Brazos 324
Amador ; 294.
Davis -. 127
The second round of the tour tournament
nament tournament will be played at Ami Ami-dor
dor Ami-dor next Saturday, Februarv 23.
Tee-off time is 9 a.m. All match
es must be off between 9 and 10.

OF THE I'ATIONAL LOTTERY OF

PANAMA, REPUBLIC OF PANAMA
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whole ticket has 44 pieces which comprises the two serif "A" and "B"

First Prize 8061
Second Prize 3245
Third Prize 0908

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Did Sugar

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By JIMMY BRBSLIN throwing a punch. He just stood
i there and posed."
NEW YORK (NEA) Ernie
Braca is bowing out as o ne of I With Rebinsen'a past history
Hay Robinson's managers and he's fresh in mind, the notion arises
going it with one hand tightly: that Fullmer may find himself a-

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luie's part. The hand Is there to
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sooth a goodrsized .crop
of -ulcers
raised during the last couple of
years with Robinson. . ?
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me before I took up with the guy,"
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ing for a good price to;, endorse
I arina." ':Y,f -r-yrfsj'
i Braca is leaving1 the f Robinson
1 entourage for a couple of good
reasons
His contract i about,
through. And he'd prefer spending
most of his 'time with Tony Antho Anthony,
ny, Anthony, who is in line for a light-heavy
weight titlcshot. He won't be
in Robinson's corner. vAoril 24.
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All ef this points, of course, toie". s tn J5th ound ended in
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Moore on bis mind. He was afraid tht seemed to indicate he could
to get, knocked out like Moor e "ave done the same thing any

did. All he was trying to do was
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nizing Fnllmer's "fouling" t a c;
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give him some cash to play 'with,
too. This is the first time anybo-4
dy can remember that Jie tried oJ
make a re-match in a hurry. He
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vin Marvin Jenson is the one who held it
off this time. He wanted to make i
a little money with over-the-weight
fights.

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do very ungraceful jump out oil
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bedroomt, 2 Whroonu, jnaid't
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Complstaly furnithad. Phona 3 3-'1013
'1013 3-'1013 from 7 p.m. n.
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FOR RENT: Small chalet: 2
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Resorts
PHILLIPS Oceansida CoHages,
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FOSTER'S COTTAGES and large
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Nothing to compare with HOTEL
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Wire your reservation.
Big Dale Long
Gets $19,500
Pirate Contract
" NEW YORK, Feb. 18 (UP)
feig Dale Long, whose home run
bat powered the Pittsburgh pi pirates
rates pirates into first. place for one
brief glorious spell early in 1956,
was rewarded for it today in the
lorm of a $19,500 contract.
The 31-year-old Long set a
major league -record lass year
when he hrf home runs in eight
consecutive games. J3e suffered
a slump following that and
wound up with 27 homers and a
.263 average.
Long's signing left only three
Pittsburgh players who have not
yet agreed to terms.
In St. Petersburg. Fla.. cardi cardinal
nal cardinal maanger Fred Hutchinson
announced that right-handed
pitcher Gary Geiger, who bats
left-handed, will play first base
Sfa'nst the Phillies in next Sun Sun-dav's
dav's Sun-dav's rookie game at Clearwater.
; "That doesn't mean we're go go-in
in go-in to make a first baseman out
6f him." Hutchinson said "but
his hitting abilitv has attracted
Everyone's attention so far in
camp and maybe he's too good
with a bat to be kept in the
pitching business."
. The Baltimore Orioles an announced
nounced announced the signing of two
players, whose contracts were
' .sflmed to farm clubs. Robert
. Glldden, an 18-year-old short--;
stoo : from Holvoke, Mas3., was
. t sent to San Antonio of the Tex Texts
ts Texts League and John Clearv, a
82-year-oi rieht-handed oitch oitch-er
er oitch-er from Newton. Mass.. was as assigned
signed assigned to phoenix of the Arizo Arizo-,'
,' Arizo-,' na- 'Mexico league.
' i 4
Jickels Fnr l!el
T!?ealre frw-! PNv
f5k!esmanv On Sale
4
4 Seats are now on sale for The
beaire Guild's production of the
play Life Magazine called "one o,
Lie finest tragedies written by an
American, Arthur Miller's Pulitz
er rwiw-wiuuwK iu. oi
aiesuiau.
; Alter one oi uie ionge runs
ver scored in New York by a I
lng ot big cities and small towns

wee -ijncie luraa amn, iniajbasjc law of Socialism "Who

orama b.q a ewouifc; reicpuun doej t doe, t
In every oijor city of Europe and,
bvouili America. I For years, the Soviets officially
t In The 'theatre Guild production, have denied prostitution existed
which opens Feb. 25, Len Wor-ihere. rontendine Socialism had

tester will be seen in the leading
roie of tbe salesman. Linda, his
wife, will be puyed by Kathy Wil

bef and tneir sons py jonn Anis- capitalism, they asserted,
ton and Charles Walsh. Bill Kil-
galien, Morton GornicE.'TJbn.fr'elss.J Of Aight Conduct'
Koy Glickenbaus, Edlth Bmc v
Hurley Ann Meyer, eaneUe Gau, in a carefully-worded article,
lieien CarUnill and .Lbring Whiulthe newspaper described the "o-
re the other members of ttx ctt,.ii art of lietit rondci" who

The play is under the direction of
t red iteresu i
r TickeU for "Death-f Sales Salesman"
man" Salesman" are priced at tl.08. Reser
vauons may be made by calling
Wrs. Hoyle at Balboa UU between ;
and 8 p-ra. Curuia is at 1 ewea.
Meetings
t
rlob Kaeiemal CSC
Ts Meet Tontfbt
The dob National CSC -mnll1
hold a meeting at the Weens n-,

icg Clvb at 11 yclook-'eTetHCT;1j- and thooe who dose their a

tonignt .;' iryee to the tree face.
AU members art arced to at- j "Bat it ia imprwtiMc U remsia

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ATTENtlON, 0. I I' Jurt buift
modern furnished apartmenta, I,
2 bedroom, hot, cold water.,
Phone Panama 3-4941.
FOR RENTt Four-bedroom fur- i i-nished
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dential residential neighborhood Bella Vista.
Large yard for children. Month Monthly
ly Monthly rental 225. Apply Wolff and
Company Phone, 3-6969, 31st
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FOR RENT: 2-bedroom apart apartment
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41-38. Phone 3-0611.
FOR RENT: Large apartment:
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large kitchen, maid's room, 2
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FOR RENT: Modern, furnished
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furnished, .unfurnished, pleasant surroundings,
2 bedrooms, 2 baths, maid's
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Slavs Hoti Living
In South America
Wanted By Russia
BUENOS AIRES, Feb. 18 (UP)
Soviet Russia has renewed last
year's drive to repatriate Slav na nationals
tionals nationals living in Argentina, Uru Uruguay,
guay, Uruguay, Paraguay and Southern Bra
zil, and official source said, today.
The Russian Embassy here has
chartered an Argentine liner to
carry several hundred recruited
Russian or Slav born citizens and
their descendants t the Black Sea
port of Odessa an ;Argentine of-
. i
He declined further details, such
as how many trips the ship would
make or what steps the Argentine
government may take to discour
age me repatriations.
Several such voyages last year
aroused Argentine public opinion
especially after 16-year-old Ana
Ankasczew escaped from Russian
commisars aboard the Argentine
liner Santa Fe at Genoa, Italy, and
returned to Argentina.
It was understood at the time
that the Argentine government
had quietly banned any more such
trips.

Russians Admit Prostitutes
Ply Their Trade In Moscow

MOSCOW, Feb. 18 (UP) The,
trade uni0n newspaper Trud
broke a taboo of long standing to
d and admitted there
are progtitute, in the Soviet
ment for vioiatori "of the
wiped out the conditions under
which worn e a. sold themselves,
iLove for sale was a by-product of
promenade through the streets of
central Moscow looking for "pick "pickups."
ups." "pickups." Tnid said there is no law
under which these women can be
punahed "although wey have
CUJUUii1 v en vi
MMMittaii a nrna Da i norr niir
morals."
"Haven't they violated the base
law of our socialist soewtjr he
vhn Iom not work, does not est
The Ttrmctoer ranced those
ho rw-rtd prostiurtion doe not
lent about this impossible

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FOR SALE:! 949 Chevrolet 2-,
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FOR SALE-1951 Ford Tudor,
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'for rates and Information -Tel.
Panama 2-0558
Post ntfire drawer E, Diablo, Ca
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Packers Shippers Movent
Phones 2-2451 2-2562
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Ridino tr Jumping Classes daily
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CHILDREN & GENERAL
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Dr. R. Elsenmanir
Dr. C. E. Fabrega
C.Z. Dental-medical Polyclinic
Tivol! (4 of July) Ave. MAM"
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Tel. 2-2011 Panama
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Six Foreign Envoys
Conven'ng To Pool
Ecoiiomicei:cM
-paris; Feb. is (Up)fX six
Western European foreign minis ministers
ters ministers met todav to weld their na
tions into an economic United
Mates of Europe.
Their task was expected to be
difficult and painful
Several major obstacles remain
to be removed before the historic
project of a common European
market can be put into operation.
a suDsequent "summit'' meetlne
of their heads of government to
morrow may have to iron out the
difficulties.
Convening et the French For,
eign Ministry, were Foreign Min Ministers
isters Ministers Christian Pineau, of
France; Helnrich von Brenteno,
of Germany; Caetarte Martino,
of Italy; Paul Henri ; Speak of
Belgium; Joseph Luns, of the
Netherlands, and Joseph, Bach,
of Luxembourg.
They have before them the vo voluminous
luminous voluminous drafts of a twin set of
treaties: One for the common Eu European
ropean European market through a customs
union of the six member states
and another calling for a Euro European
pean European Atomic Pool (Eur atom).
The six sovernments hope to out
the bold project to signature In
Home Marcti 10, nave it ratified
by their national parliaments later
during the year, and begin integra
ting their Industrial and economic
resources January first of next
year.
It will take between 12 and 15
years to do the job.
shamefully to close the eyes and
say this doesnt exist here.
Describe Scene
The newspaper described what
it said was a typical scene:
"Night. Moscow streets are under
clear street lights. Crowds of
people hurrying to the movies and
theater and suddenly a bright,
painted face of a woman. Studied
smile, searching glance empha emphasized
sized emphasized by a negMjent manner.
Staring into faces of men, she
slowly strolls along the 'sidewalk."
. Ore prostitute, a skilled em
broiderer, seemed completely un unembarrassed
embarrassed unembarrassed as she sat in a police
Matron after her arrest, tne news newspaper
paper newspaper complained. The girl
earned good pay when she worked
but "preferred restaurants, revel revelries
ries revelries and took a dangerous and
scsndalons road,"
British Teenagers
Dispersed After
Rock 'n Roll Riot
NOTTINGHAM. EnfilanL Feb
18 (UP Extra police were called
out last nignt to Oisperse some
500 teenagers 'who rioted after
they were re rated ad minion to
"childrea only" Rock Boll
aevnon.
There
were no reports of
mjuTjes.

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FOR SALE Boxer, 3 'years eld,
registered. -Son of champion.
Phone 3-6020. -;:X
, FOR SALE: Light plant,' 3-Kw.
, Onah. 60-eyc, 1 1 ?-220-yort 1 ?
"'end 3 -phase, ,2 r 3 -wire, ex excellent
cellent excellent condition, ideal for con--tractor,
$400. House 1 813-G
. Old Cristobal, call. 3-2838 after
5 p.m.
FOR SAL.E: 50 discount, on
.LP records, classical and popu-t
lar, AGENCIAS DIAZ, 37th Uh
No. 6-A.. v -V i'i'if
FOR SALE-"Retina II" camera
with f.2 lens hardly mod, $50;
"Weston" exposure meter like 3
new, $10. Phone 3-696() Pana Panama.
ma. Panama. '-.';WMii;V.
FOR HORSEMEN: Handsome,
spirited saddle h a r s a, 1 5 Vx
v hands, 1000-1100 pounds, in
excellent condition,, not for chit- ...
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Lesson
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dies ladies rhythmic exercise, children's
rhythmic band. Mrs. Donaldson,
Phona Gulick 689.
Piano and Violin lessons,' $2,50.
Phone 3-1082 Panama. J
Grand Jury Indicts
Playwright Miller
On Cbnlen.pl Count
WASHTNrr.TnN Feb. 18 (TJPV
A federal grand jury today indict
ed Arthur Miner, piaywrigm nus-,
hand of Marilyn-M o n t o e. 'on
charges of contempt of Congress.
The iunr returned a -similar 'in
dictment against Otto Nathan,
New York University proie s s o r
and executor of the estate of the
late Albert Einstein. ,
Miller In a statement Issued
throush his attorney said be would
seek dismissal of the indictment
on grounds that refusal to answer
' irrelevant questions of a con
gressional committee "is not pun punishable."
ishable." punishable." ,
The indictment accused the "41
year-old playwright of unlwafully
refusing to answer two questions
asked by a subcommittee of the
House Un-American Acti v i 1 1 e s
Committee last -June 21.
Tbe subcommittee, investigating
passport abuses, quizzed Miller a a-bout
bout a-bout his past Communist connec connections
tions connections and those of acquaintances.
Miller freely answered questions a a-bout
bout a-bout himself but refused for "rea "reasons
sons "reasons of conscience" to discuss
other persons' pasts.
Dr. Nathan was indicted on four
counts for refusing to tell the
House group whether he was ever
a Communist. He invoked the First
Fourth, and Ninth Amendments to
the Constitution but not the Fifth
which protects against self-incrimination.
he
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-BEHEADED- STALIN'
This is Daniel Sega, tbe Hungar Hungarian
ian Hungarian freedom fighter who cut oil
tbe bead of the 26 -foot -nigh
statue of Joseph Stalin la Buda Budapest
pest Budapest during the October 39 up uprising.
rising. uprising. He's pictured at his new
yob ta an English factory. SeJA
his wife and seven-montha-old
daughter are among nearly
13.000 Hungarian refugees now
safe ia Britain.

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"Boys State -will open the 1957
session April 12, until noon April
18, at the Fort Clayton Hospital
The Armed Forces, USARCanb,
has again made it possible for the
American Legion, to hold its third
Boys State program in the Canal
Zone. 4
This is the first department out
side the U.S. to undertake the task
of giving the young men who are
in the junior class in High School
and have the necessary qualifica
tions, a cnance to attend a pro
gram designed to teach, encourage
tnem to become better citizens.
and to learn, more of the functions
of government.
The Boys State program, is a
functional study of County, City,
State, and Federal Government
In the United States more than
20,000 boys have attended Boys
State. Two boys from each state
department of the- American Le
gion are elected to attend Boys Na
tion each year in Washington. D.C.
They are given the VIP treatment
while attending Boys Nation.
i wo Panamanian students -are
accepted each year from the big
schools in the Canal Zone as ob

EBusiness PoQfOut Record
$412 Billion In Goods In '56

WASHINGTON. Feb. 18 (UP)
The government reported toaay
that the nation s lactones ana
business establishments poured
out a record 412 billion dollars
worth of goods and services last
year.
Tne commerce wepanmem
said the mark an increase of 22
billion dollars or M per cent over
1955 was achieved despite a
slump in auto production and
homebuilline.
It added, however, that about
half of the Increase was a result
. rv.L r .11
ot nigner prices, me sum iu au
goods and services is known as
the gross national product.
Record Income -I
Tbe Commerce Department
renorted that 1956 national income
also set a new recora at
billion dollars, or 18 billion dollars
more than in 1955. Personal in
come increased six per cent from
306 billion dollars to 3Z5 muion
dollars.
At the same time, the U. S.
Chamber of Commerce reported
that "increased sales in the com competitive
petitive competitive market" rather than
mergers accounted, for most of
the growth in asses of the Ba Baton's
ton's Baton's 10 largest corporations be between
tween between 1920 and 1955. It sail only
six per-cent of the growth was
due to mergers.
.The Chamber conducted a study
which appeared to be aimed at
answering concern expressed, by
the Justice Department and some
members of Conress over recent
emrgers. The Department has.
asked, Congress to require corpor corporations
ations corporations to give advance notice
when they plan a merger.

British Security Purges Said
'Victimizing Civil Servants

LONDON, Feb. 18 (UP) Five
hundred British men and women
80 of them civil servants are
innocent victims of government:
security purges, the Socialist Sun-

day newspaper, : Reynold's News,iociaUon of engineering and ship-

aaid reiterdav-. t
It added tnat tne au party com
mittee for the limitation of secret
police powers, who announced this
figure, believe there are .many
more who have sunerea.
Trade unions will be asked to
cooperate in preparing evidence of
victimisation, said tne newspaper,
It ajuetod Socialist Mrtiamefita Mrtiamefita-Hen
Hen Mrtiamefita-Hen Will Griffiths as serine,
that Ministry Supply officials
Have beea asked U err
leaevee end superiors.
"Sopply Ministry agents with
liberal expense allowances are
'nursing selected groups of work-
ers and quixiing them about their

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many other household Hems. Call
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FORs SALIx-bouble beds with
fprinr and mattress $49; metal
chests of drawers $9.50; ward wardrobes
robes wardrobes $15; dinette seta $69;
metal : aidaboarda $15; matal
beds (39') with, springs $ 1 4.50;
, cribs with new mattreaset $39;
center tablet $15; linoleums
$6.95; chairs $2.50. Household
Exchange, National Ave. No. 41.
Phone 3-4911 or 3-7348.
on
servers at the local Boys State pro program.
gram. program. They are participants in all
activities and are eligible to hold
any office to which they are elect elected
ed elected except that of governor and
Boys Nation representative.
laud, Feisal
To Beirut
To tear Ike's Plan
-BEIRUT, Feb. 18 (UP) Pres-
vMjuuic vnauiuuu uas invit invited
ed invited King Saud of Saudi Arabia and
King Feisal of Irak -to meet here
t discuss the Saudi Aradian talks
witn resident Eisenhower, it was
learned today, v ,,
: King Saud is due to meet E-
gypt s e resident Gamal Abdel Nas Nasser,
ser, Nasser, Syrian President Shukri El El-Kuwatly,
Kuwatly, El-Kuwatly, and King Hussein of Jor Jordan
dan Jordan in Cairo Feb. 26. The meeting
with Chamoun ; and King Feisal
will probably take place early 4n
March. "'
Both Lebanon and Irak are
known to favor the Eisenhower
- plan for the Middle East
The Commerce Department
said the economic "upswing" that
started after a recession in early
1954 continued through 1955 and
1956. By last December, it said,
the gross national product was at
an annual rate of 424 billion
dollars.
" Investments Up
1 The Department said last year's
declines in auto production and
residential construction was "sub "substantially
stantially "substantially outweighed" by expan expansion
sion expansion in other markets for the
nation's goods. It reported a
"marked rise" In business invest investments
ments investments for plants and equipment.
". However, personal spending by
consumers accounted for more
than half of the overall increase
in purchases of goods and sen-
ices, it totaled 265.5 billion dollars
of 11.5 billion dollars more than
in 1955.
, The Department said that all
major segmens of industry, ex-
tfep agriculture, contributed to
the 5V4 per cen increase in the
national income. And at that, i
said, "he four-year lowndrift in
farm income was checked last
year."
Most Of tne income increase
was due to higher payrolls. The
department said wages and sala
ries rose 13 billion dollars, re
flecting nigner pay scales ana
increased employment.
corporate profits were about
the same as in 1955. Before taxes,
1956 profits totaled more than
43 billion dollars. After-tax in
come, stood at 21.5 billion dollars.
compared with 21 billion In 1955
and 16.5 billion in 1954.
political opinions at intimate din
ners or over a drink, tbe news newspaper,
paper, newspaper, said.
Reynold's News quoted an as-
buudrag draughtsmen official, K.
. tHiveruxrrn, as .saying an air-
ersft technician was punished for
past political activity through pres
sure en his employers to halt pay
increases and promotion. .
It quoted Clive Jenkins, an of
ficial of the Association of Super
visory Staffs, Executives and Tech
mciana, cml service onion, as
revelling "personal files are sent
secretly. to a central, register in
London's Mayfair."
Griffiths charged: ThiSi means
that, for the first time in our his-
tory. Parliament has given its au-
thority for political victimisation,
Reynold's News said. ...-.

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must be good cook." References
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WANTED: Lata model 4-door
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for cash. Call -68 1 1 Panama,
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In UN;
UNITED NATIONS, N.Y. Feb.
18(UP The, United Nations took
up the Cyprus issue for the third
time, in three years today and the
bitter debate was exneeteri in
strain the western alliance in the
crmcai meiwerranean area. V r
Britain. Turnev anrl- (i
NATO allies who are deep in ar
guments over tne iuture of the is island
land island are prepared for at least a
week of debate In the General As Assembly
sembly Assembly main political committee.
Britain and Greece are pressing
for two opposing resolutions It ap appeared
peared appeared the United States will hold
the key to the outcome by its be-hind-tbe-sceneS:
efforts. to keep Cy Cyprus
prus Cyprus from opening a new wound in
Middle Eastern policies in the
west.;;:s;,;,iJ.!:' '' .-
Bifier Attack
LONDON,
BeaverbrookY Sunday Ex p r e s s
yesterday made a pittenattaick on
Prime Minister Harold Macmillan,
charged he obtained office by : 'un
democratic" means, and wondered
now long ne would remain Pre
mier.
The paper said 'that "from the
ejt juioi uiuiuciu, his premier premiership
ship premiership has been overcast by a sinis sinister
ter sinister shadow. ;
"His claim (to the premier premiership)
ship) premiership) was pressed on the. Palace
by a powerful little circle of
aristocrats. When tha o f f e r
came, he did not wait to be e e-lected
lected e-lected Tory leader bpt accepted
instantly. Th process by which
ha reached No. 10' Downing
Street was utterly -undemocratic."
, ...... .yi '-: fc
The. empire-minded Beaverbrook
paper; have been opposed to, Mac Macmillan
millan Macmillan from the start because of
his support of a European com common
mon common market, which they oppose.
But this attack was the 'strongest.
they have, made on him yet.
The Sunday Express said the
common market plan "will import
large-scale unemployment and suf
fering into this country from Eu
rope, it wm weaken our close eco economic
nomic economic ties with the empire. Have
no doubt that in the end it will
snap them altogether." 1

Gen. Kramer, Former PC Engineer
For 3 Years. Dies nG$ortilsi

News of the death of Brie. Gen.
Hans Kramer who served three
years with the Panama Canal or organization
ganization organization on the third locks pro
ject nas been received on the Isth
mus. He was 62 years old.-
Gen. Kramer was retired from
the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers
in i!45. Mnce then be and his
family have resided, in San Mateo,
Calif., where he has been engaged
in private engineering consultant
worn.
A graduate, of the United States
Military Academy, he was born in
Magdeburg, Germany, and was a
naturalized American citizen. He
had a brilliant career In the Corns
of Engineers and was recognized
as me ui iue leading engineers
in the United States, j ;
He was assigned to the canal
organisation in November 1938 as
assistant supervising engineer of
the Special Construction Division,
later renamed the Special Engi Engineering
neering Engineering Division. He was made
supervising engineer in M a r c h
1942 after Gen. Thomas B Lar Lar-kin
kin Lar-kin was transferred from that po
sition to active Army duty.
Gen. Kramer, then a colonel,'
-4
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ALBERTO ALLEN (left) of the

ceiving Section, Albreok Air Force Base received a aue?estion
award certificate for submitting -urEstioft :f of "relocating;
as .supports of the Incoming cMU9ez Jbcim & Supply,
ra Is shown explaining to his supervisor Marion H. Ma hone,
chief, receiving Jt shipping section, Base Accountable Supply
Office, how his Idea facilitates cleaning of the area, and pre prevents
vents prevents the hazard of trash collection,
(Official rSAT Photo)

17 Jrawal iParley v
WASHINGTON FefilT (UP) ;
Negotiations between the United
States and Israel on the withdraw withdrawal
al withdrawal of j Israeli- forces from Egypt 1
were near tlemate today.
; Israel yesterday', Rebuffed t h
atest JtLSa attempt' to arrange
withdra,walr-demanding firm gua-
ranteesitliaf its security and ship.'
P'lig. rights would be protected
once IsraaHforces pulled out of the
Gaza Strip and thelGulf of Aqaba ;
'President pisenhower replied, ia
effect sfftjaMhei United States was
nqf, prepareCaf this; time to grant
Israelny;mS assurances than
it (eadyav differed.

unarawai junaer tne Amerl,

can plan, the President said in a
statement at his: Tbomasville,, Ga., i
vacation retreat-would provide Is-

raef va 'greater source o security.
, TJjaiit an pecupatib'n continued -I
contrary" to the- v overwhelming
jurf.fro pL$iwim$fr ; comm uni-
ty,".,,wf'kjHV: tibekfif.-v'. v i

'iSiiiliMn "the

luiuwie ,aeizure;t.iriq: flcoupaiion ox
other) lands- asVi'lbarMrtine powr
in?tHe":setMmoBfriof international
nited NattnhMfer. tF ft .
On
acmillan
em6rWrs.nTf
uittn i.t'aic.nva mvfptyfmt voters
oiBritainil'hat ;ouJd'be mon
strom; rough;"7f; Mrs v-Macmillan
had rea.ch, his great office by demo
cratic means, t.vi.4onbly mon monstrous
strous monstrous when.'Jw' ia werely the no nominee
minee nominee of a acabal.t, And nnw in
North Le;wisjiajn 4h -electa rate
have-been given their first chance
to express just now monstrous
tit.. .LJ.I. 1, L ti
uicjr wills, H IS.
for
Let
them resolve to overthrow Mr.
Macmillan'sEuropeanplan an J
?l ,i!, r' .whole-heart.
,ed empire plan 'instead.
; ,And If" Mr. Macmillan Vefusea
then- let' th,enr W hesitate to be
rid .,MrWcttiUaiL4M.?' -iiiv.
Earlier this jyeek, the Daily Ex Ex-press
press Ex-press called for a general election
as a result pf he North Lewisham
result,. m.wbXch. the ociaUsts won
a House bf XQmJnqns seat from
the conservatives. ,
The next jilg test ior tie Labor-.
ites at .Carmarthen, in Wales,
when, a by-eleotion.will be held in
12 days. The t liberal vparty won
me seat in : tne general electiop
with a. 333 majority,"
77f -5V':'ff,itt tvc Array
duty (in. September i$42,and from
then until 1944 he served as chief
engineer, with the headquarters of
the V.S.;Air Eofce.iflbe mid-Pa.
ciTie theater. He was promoted, to
brigadier enefal soon after leav leaving
ing leaving the; Canal .organization. He
was stricken ill, after his service
in the. Pacific and. war retired in
lgnea,,fL
1945.
He was employed af a ennanl.
tant on. the Isthmian, .Canal Stud Studies
ies Studies of .1947 which resulted In the
recbmftiendatioh; ttr the conver conversion
sion conversion of the Panama Canal to a
sea-level waterway, beint- one of
six leading engineers of the United
States to constitute the' board of
consultants. Being' intimately ac acquainted
quainted acquainted with the Canal's operat operating
ing operating antf'englneerrng problems, he
took a Intense Interest in the 1947
studies and their -conclusion he
submitted minority report In
wmcn ne recommended a g a 1 n 1 1
the -construction of tidal locks as
proposed in the final report.
Gen;' Kramer- ir survived bv hl
mittt amrl Ana an ttrhn tu
soon .after be aod Hfrs. Kramer
came to the Canal Zone,
Bit AdttfuWibie Ripply Re
in AlklfiuVWelt

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HE'S BEEN WORKING ON THE RAILROAD The titlr
of this paihtlng la "November Train From Bern to Zurich."
Displaying It at his one-man ahow in Frankfurt, Germany, la
James A. McGrath, of Tacoma, Wash. He is civilian employe
of the U.& Army, whose paintings have received plaudits from
German critic." ' ". :...,

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. buenos VAjRE&.ifeK is; (UP)
' Argentina Jia, tit .yet;, asked
Venezuela; but Is preparuiir to
request extradition or ousted
dictator juarf D.: Peroa to an an--
- an-- swer charges fcf seduction nd
' rape In the person: 'of Nelly Ri;
vas, his teenage girl mend, it
was learned today. J v,
-' Argentine,J authorlt 1 e s are
r' hopeful venessuela will agree to
the extradition thlr time be be-f
f be-f 1 cause the case: Is an open and
"' shut crlrninal 'charge before' a
minors' court hd politics are
not involved."- 7 -".- v-v
. Several previous attempts to
extradite Peron "proved unsuc unsuccessful
cessful unsuccessful because the countries
harboring &lm considered him a
political jfuge, Bfe-lources
aid.-. -:.?-''.-- '-r -v-,v
Nelly, a aehool grl, becaipe
Peron's mistress at the age of
14. Her parents are on bail on ;
charges of connivance in the
""t affair.-11 "-: w
Suit was' originally brought a-
gainst peron In ,the minors'
' court of judge Ernesto Gonzales
i,JBonorino on July 13 last- year,
,: for the .violation, and Tape of
"-Nelly Rl vas. The public prosecu prosecu-tor
tor prosecu-tor demanded the full sentence!
- which runs from 3 to 8 years 1m-!
','prisonment where the victim is
- '" between 12 and IS years of age.

:1 .peron met Nelly at ; a .. Girls'
" Technical school and took her
to live with him in the presiden presiden-.
. presiden-. tlal palace and later set her, up
-v'tn a love nest.: -ii
After the, fall of Peron In the
"revolution." of September 1955,
' Kniiv nnesiioned bv itovern-

T. ment Investigators but released!'
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, in Jewels and knlcknacks, lome ,.

t foi wmch nao peiongea o me
,late EvaTeron, accordinar to of official
ficial official publications at the time, i
, Two letters, said to be; from
, eron after he had takes refuge
-, aboard the Paraguayan irunboat
Taraguayf ; in ? Buenos -; Aires
- harbor nd published by- the
I government at the time,-urged
jNelly to join Wm in Paraguay
land brine their pe dogs with
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her parents were caught by -lert
frontier gendarmes near
the border while trying to
reach Paraguay m a taxi Nel Nelly
ly Nelly was brought back to Buenos
Aires and placed in the San
Jose home for wayward girls
as it was considered her par parents
ents parents were unfit to bring her
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asrainst Peron last July, Nelly

was brought from the San Jose

home to tne court ana new
there a few days for legal exam examination.
ination. examination. -' f
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Bonorino granted her parental
grandmother's request or cus

tody or tne gin anq inoiiv was
released to live with her grand grandmother,
mother, grandmother, Sefiora Maria Barros de
Rivas.
Judge Gonzalez Bonorino 's
now In Mar Del Plata on his
summer vacation; He was ex ex-nected
nected ex-nected to file the peron extradi extradition
tion extradition request with ; the Foreign
Ministry on his return here be before
fore before the end of the month.; ,.

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32nd TEAR

PANAMA, E. P., MONDAY, FEBRUARY 18, 1957

ITYI CENTS

Senators Favoring Civil Rights Plan To Limit Talk

Foil Southern Plans To Filibuster; Chances 50 -50

WASHINGTON, Feb. 18 (UP)
Supporters of Civil Rights J ills
hoped to put a time limit today on
the length of the Senate's current
hearings on Civil Rights legisla legisla-ion.
ion. legisla-ion. Chairman Thomas C. Henmngs
Jr. (D-Mo.) called his subcommit subcommittee
tee subcommittee n constitutional rights, which
has been holding the hearings, into
a closed-door session to consider

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lAing ;a cut-off date.
He acted at the suggestion of a
Republican member of the subcom subcommittee,
mittee, subcommittee, Sen. Arthur V; Watkins (U (U-tah).
tah). (U-tah).
Watkins previously had voted a a-gainst
gainst a-gainst a cut-off datel
His proposal for today's closed closed-door
door closed-door huddle on limiting the hear hearings
ings hearings raised the hopes of Civil
Rights advocates.
Thtr war formidable read-,
blocks in tha path of any t'me
limit, ho waver.
Southarn tenators hava Indict

ed they will attempt to delay ac action
tion action on Civil Rights legislation
as long as possible. a t
There was a possibility : t h e y
might prevent today's subcommit.
tee meeting.
Ilennings scheduled the- session
to follow a morning meeting of the
parent Judiciary Committee. This
timetable threatened to put the
session in conflict with a session
of he Senate itself.
senate rules forbid a committee

meeting while the Senate itself is.

in sssion, and strict enforcement

RESIGNS Assistant Defense
Secretary Robert Tripp Ross
-resigned amid a congressional
investigation inte military
contracts granted firms Per Per-.
. Per-. Ated by his wile and brother-in-law
Ross assured president
TEisenhower, however, that he
had not violated the conflict
"Of interest laws "In any man-
r Sound Advice
-iCOSHAM, England, Feb. 18
(UP) Mrs. Merrieweather rush rushed
ed rushed her son Brian, two, to hospital
'hu-c yesterday and demanded:
"What shall I do, doctor, his lips
have turned blue?"
After a brief examination the
doctor advised: "Stop him sucking
blue pencils."

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if
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of that rule prevented an ., after

noon hearing oy ne suDcommuiee

last Thursday.
It could cancel today's closed

door session and a scheduled aft

ernoon, public session as well.
, Watkins told newsman, that if
various. interested group would

designate two or three witnesses.

to prasant their views, "proba "probably,
bly, "probably, in 10 days wa could wind
this thing up." ;

The senator said he wants to

give everyone "a fair opportunity'

to testify on Civil Rights bills but

that he does "not intend" to let

the hearings "run on" indefinite

ly-'. '.:-,
He said that if he becomes
convinced that there is "any at at-tetnpt
tetnpt at-tetnpt to filibuster" in the Sub Subcommittee,
committee, Subcommittee, ha would move to
'take action immediately' on the
Civil Rights legislation that is
pending.
Watkins voted "no" when Hen-.

nines failed in an attempt to nut

a two-week time limit on the

Civil Rights hearings before the

sessions bey an. The vote was four

to three.
His change of position would nor

mally be expected to reverse that

vote.

But Sen. William Langer (R-N.

P.), who favored the Hennines

plan, has been ill, and there was

a cnance that any move for a time
limit might fail on a 3-3 tie vote.

INCOME TA

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AX MADE EASY (NoVir6)JL

(WE SHOULD LIVE SO LONG) ;

By RICHARD A. MULLENS
One thine the Revenue Serv

ice has made sure of is that
there Is a place on Form 1040
for reporting any kind of in -t

come. .

There is even a four-naee sep

arate Schedule C for reDortinc

income from a business or nro-

fession, :.

Schedule C is more compli complicated
cated complicated and generally raises
more problems than the rest
of Form 1Q40, especially if the
business requires considerable
property in its operations.
If your business Income is sub

stantial, it is advisable to have

an expert give, his personal at attention
tention attention to your tax problems

Many oi you, nowever. nave

tYi ill ombll kliainAecfiV narhane a

"-..J M uu.U.uu.U, UblUAUO X I

nooDV or siaeune nusinesa. wun

relatively little income or prop property.
erty. property. If you have kept proper
records durlns f the year.- yoa

should be able to fill out Sched

ule C yourself with the help of;

tne of nciai instructions and tnis

article of the Tax primer.

only persons m business by

themselves should use Schedule

C. This means the man wbo
owns his owtt shop or practices
a profession by himself. Do not

use Schedule C to report Income
from a partnership or any pay

ments received as an employe.

Even tnougn you are an em.

ploye, you may also operate a

separate business on the side, in

tnat case, report your employe
income on page 1 of Form 1040

and your business income and

expenses on Schedule G.

' H E RE'S a recen trnling by
the Internal Revenue) Service
. that shows what expenses on
a business trip are considered
deductible:

In those cases where a tax tax-payee
payee tax-payee makes a business trip
such as attending a convene
tion or ether business meet meet-?ne.
?ne. meet-?ne. and, as an incident of

such : trip, engaged In some

personal activity such as
sightseeing, social visiting or

entertaining, or other recrea recreation,
tion, recreation, that part of the total
expense of the trip which is
directly attributable to the
taxpayer's business will be
treated as deductible, not

withstanding y that the tax taxpayer
payer taxpayer engages or participates

in some unciaentai activity

related to his business.

. accompanies h.'m on a busi

ness trip, those expenses at attributable
tributable attributable to her travel are

not deductible unless itscan 1
be adequately,shown,that the
wife's 'presence on lite trip
has At Jbona i id busine pur-,
pose, The .wife's performance
o me incidental seiTJce v

'to qualify as deductible twi twi-ness
ness twi-ness exnenseo" v' '-'-'--.

The same rules ai'e applic applicable
able applicable with;rpect to aiy otb otb-j
j otb-j er members t the taxpayer's
Ifaml'y 'who 'accompany. him
' on such a trip. j, i

BLAST ROCKS CLINTON NEGRO SECTION The inside of a
Negro home 'lies shattered after an explosion rocked a Negro
district of Clinton, 'Temw injuring two persons and damaging
30 homes .and a restaurant, t A .baby that was in the playpen
at right was on of those injured. Police said the; blast, the
eighth since Clinton's school integration riots, apparently was
from a dynamite-crammed suitcase left on a sidewalk.

Muddle

Causes

Middle East

Ike To Cut Vacation Short

THOMASVILLE, Ga., Feb. 18

(UP) President fc-isen n o w e r
probably- will fly backvto Wash Wash-"
" Wash-" lngtoa tomorrow, cutting short his
Otnre vacation because of the

'. Middle Eastern situation. Observ

ers specuiatea ne may mane per personal
sonal personal appearance before the Unit United
ed United Nations General Assembly.
- lU.. 3 ..till (. Itanlr aA V

- inc-r rciuciii am b ncn. uj
a cough, described medically as a
form of tracheatis. But it is ex expected
pected expected to disappear once he leaves
. the quail and wild turkey hunting
fields of the vast plantation of

Treasurv Secretary George M.l

Humphrey.
Mr. Eisenhower was deeply
disturbed by tha situation involv involving
ing involving Israel and Egypt and was
in frequent telephone contact
with Secretary of State John F.
Dulles. Until Dulles' flying trip
for consultation last Saturday
tha President had not planned
to return to Washington before
next weekend.

Last night, however, the word
circulated through White House

circles here that the President
would fly back on Tuesday.

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. Asked if this was not more at attributable
tributable attributable to the President's throat
situation than the Middle East,
press secretary James C. Hager Hager-ty
ty Hager-ty was indignant. He said there
was nothing wrong with the Pres President
ident President and that the chief executive

was returning to Washington, "if

he goes on Tuesday," only because

01 the "international situation."
It was conceivable that the Pres
ident would make a dramatic ap
pearance before the United Na.

tions General Assembly sometime
this week. There was no confirma

tion of this possibility here, hut
the White House has hinted Mr.
Eisenhower would make such an
appearance if he thought the time
was right.'
Mr. Eisenhower attracted the at attention
tention attention of the world on Dec. 8, 1953
when he left the big three confer-!

ence at Bermuda and sped by
plane to New York to offer his
atoms for -peace plan to the U.N.

71 Persons Perish
In Fire, Explosion
Al Home For Aqed

WARRENNTON; Mo.,! Feb.! 18

(UP) At least 71 persons werw

missing and believed dead todays todays-victims
victims todays-victims of a fire and explosion

tnat turned a home for the aged

into a funeral pyre for more than
one-third of its jjuesti. f
The blaze, which -broke out
yesterday afternoon in the Katie
Jane Memorial Home, was one of
1 t. . 1 :

ine worst no.spiiai lire aisasiers in

the nation's history.
The blaze was the second with within
in within five days to sweep a mid west

ern home for the aged. Last

Wednesday, 14 persons perished in
a fire at Council Bluffs, Iowa.
The tragedy occurred during vi

siting hours and authorities said
more than 225 persons, including
guests and visitors, were in the

building. Most of the dead were
trapped in the upper stories by
smoke and flames.

Although the fire was brought

under control within hours, search
ers were forced to halt the hunt
for bodies until daylight because of
the intense heat from the glowing

rums.

Before fllline out Schedule

C, read over the information
on pare 7 of the official in

structions under "Business or

Profession." Then refer to

copy of Schedule C as you read
the following tips; ;

Lin f calls for your total re

ceipts. This is largely a matter

of keeping- aaequate records
throughout the year. If you
made any allowances for return returned
ed returned goods, rebates, or .discounts,
subtract such amounts from
your total receipts as Indicated
on the form.
If you produce, buy or sell
merchandise, use lines 2 to 9 to
compute and deduct the cost of
the goods sold. t The Important
thing in this computation Is to
show the correct amount of in inventory
ventory inventory on hand at Jan. 1, 1956,
on line 2, and the inventory on
hand at Dec. 31, 1956, on line 8.
The official instructions on the
back of Schedule C, tell how to

iigure inventory; 1
You may have difficulty in de determining
termining determining which expenses you
may deduct on the various lines
provided. Deductions must meet

the

ments

following three require ing loss which Can be used to at the bottom of pa.ge.3 .carefully;

ana -compieiejyj rnisj yiicrma-j'
tion "established yourt rights tot
valuable soci'al secuTity-benefits.j
Note .that Voniy one; name Is'
shown angchedule. $E; ft both;
youi,nciyour -wife-had self-em-r
ploympnf tax to pay,. tfS'v a s-bk
aril t.P 'hvlnr on A cir; Fn

nrnnertv. siiph evnenditure is Pare 3 of Schedule C contains eaih J,kjL.-r Th r

not deductible except through, spaces, for computing the self-) AfAV ''JV"'. L
depreciation spread over the! employment tex.; Effective withj Alter you Have cojnpleted the

offset income In other years,

1 Expense must be 'ncurrea some taxpayers may nave spe spe-in
in spe-in your trade or business. clal circumstances which require
2. Expense must not be for a' adjustment to such losses, if
capital item. This means that If you have a loss. It is. advisable

you buy sometnlng which would I to check the computation with

ordinarily last more tnan one 1 your tax collector or tax aavisor.

year or, u you improve your,

life of the property'.

3. The expense must be ordin ordinary
ary ordinary and necessary In the carry carrying
ing carrying on of your business. Do not
deduct ; expenditures from your

business for your own personal
or family comfort. ...

Deductions are allowed to proj

income received in 1956, lawyers fP?5 Mnepuie c transfer

and many other self-employed U1e "ei poui or joss to line 8
groups who formerly f were not PaBe 1 of Form-1040 and; the
covered by social secupnty, now self -employ ment tax tq line ;s
have to fill out Schedule SE and on Pl?e 1 of IfoBit 1040; '1

For 1936 the tax is three P

fesslonal and business men for. cen... tot ..the fu-st $4,200 income,
expenses Incurred in attending If you are also employed ; and

Next: Personal

and losses

rsonal property eaini
1

business conventions in other

cities.

. If 't turns out that your de deductible
ductible deductible expenses exceed your
business income, you will end
up with a net loss on l!ne 23 of
Schedule C This loss can be
deducted from-your other in income
come income reported on Form 1040.

If the loss exceeds your other

Income, you have a net operat

Plans For Funeral
Of John Tverslql
Flol Yel Completed

Funeral arrangements for John
H. Tve'rstol, a civilian employe of
the Navy who died yesterday, have

not yet been completed.
Mr.- Tverstol, who was 39 years
old, was employed as an electri electrician
cian electrician by the Public Works Division

at Rodman. A native 01 ttrooxiyn,

Gradual Reduction
In Workinq Hours
Urged By .Educator.

WASHINGTON. Feb. 18 (UP)

Professor Summer Slichter of

Harvard University cautioned to today
day today against too rapid reduction

of the work week because "most
men are not prepared to make
good use of large and sudden
additions to their leisure."

le lels

have the social security tax F.

I.C-A.) deducted frpm your wag wages,
es, wages, the three per cent self-employment
tax, .1 is applied only if

such wages are less tnan $4,zuu
and then only on the difference
between $4,200 and such wages.
If your business income, Is less
than $400,: there is no self-employment
tax imposed..
Note that you may have self self-employment
employment self-employment ncome as a mem member
ber member of a partnership. Partner Partnership
ship Partnership income itself is computed
on a separate return (Form
1065). This is an information
return which shows how tlie
partnership income is divided
amonB the partners. Each part

ner then reports his share of the
income on Form 1040 where it
becomes part of his taxable in

come.

The self -employment tax will

never bemore than S126. It win

be less if your self -employment

income is less than $4,200 or 11

you had wages from which so social
cial social security tax was deducted.

Be sure to fill out schedule SB

Jitiaaaibw'MpaHr for tha-24
Iioun' ending 9 a.m. todjy, i pre-
pared y, jlht etaoroloaical land
Hydregrphi Branch af tha Pana-
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Mexico's National
Pawnshop Serving
Free Breakfasts
MEXICO CITY, Feb. 18 (UP)-

Mexico s National' Pawnshop to

day began serving 500 free break
fasts daily for its customers.

National Pawnshop President
Cosme Hinojosa said the number
of free breakfasts will be increas

ed in the near future and that the
service will be extended to the
Pawnshop's 21 branches through-!

out Mexico.

But ,'1f the leisure Ms used to
increase education, he said, it

"will open up tbe possibility of

a great cultural revolution.

"In order to enjoy the riches

of the world s cultures," he said,

"men need primarily two things:
education and leisure."
Slichter, an economics profes

sor; said it is not .enough to use

increased world productivity to

put tne necessities 01 lite and

most ) conveniences within the

reach of everyone. -...

Without compensating skill in
the -. use of leisure, he said, the
fniil nf the new economies will

N.Y. he had been working for the not De fuuy realized. ,j
Navy since 1952. -1 Slichter also urged gradual re-
Death was attributed to naturrl duction of work hours as nroduc-

causes, and an autopsy has been! tion methods improve, because

requested. more output still is "urgently tag. loading and unloading. ; Thev

He is survived by his wife Ca- needed' to reach all markets. also will consider improvements

mine, and a tatner wno resides m1 He made tne comments over to tne nulls of ships and their

uonDicK, Minn. the voice 01 America. 'propulsion,

Shipping Experts

To Chart Maritime

Course Of America

WASHINGTON, Feb. 18 (UP)-

Ihe .government .will brmi to together,
gether, together, tomorrow group of shin

nintf exDerL to. chart a lnno.ranon

course ior tne nations maritime

industry.

Among the Questions the ex.

perts will discuss is the possible

use 01 automation in cargo hand

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Nudity, Sex Lauded By French Actress;

Claudine. Says Censors Evil-Minded Men

BUENOS AIRES, Fe. 18 fUP)
Red-haired French actress Clan Clan-dine
dine Clan-dine Dupuis denounced censors to today
day today as "immoral evi' -minded men
who plant, dirty thoughts in other
peonle's minds."

Claudine, who has made 17 mo

tion pictures in half a dozen Euro- anyone ever heard of Jack the Kip

pen countries, noted mai none oupcr m a nudist colony" ?

As tor sex, Claudine said it s

an nauirai as Dreaming ana -nere

is rotmng the censors can do a-

bout it. ;

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her films- have been shown to Ar

gentine audiences becaue the cen

sors thought she oispiayea .100

much flesh.
Her erev eyes flashing with in

dignation, she said one of her

liJms was hanned here because 01
a passionate bedroom scene in
which she wore a transparent negligee.

irl ta-

ak

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wear in tha badroam?

ed. "Ski rags?"
Claudine made strong defense
Of nudity and sex. "There is noth nothing
ing nothing wrong with nudity," she said.
"Look at the girls of Bali. Or has

BANDS OFT! President Elsenhower puts "hi hand out In a. "stop" gesture as he tells
caddy Kelvin Davis not to reach for the be.ll after a putt sunk on the ninth green by Ike's
irolfinc partner John Walters (center, white Jacket) at Thorn Seville.. Ga. MomenU later
the President took the ball out himself and shook hand with Waiter, who la tlub pro at
the goU comae,

Teenagers Jam
French Th eater

To Hear Priest

FAR IS. Feb. 18 UP-FTench

teenagers lammed the 5.000-seat

Gaumont-Palace Theater toda? to

Hear France's answer to Elvis
Presley a guitar-strumming Jes Jesuit
uit Jesuit priest.
Father Aime Duval, one of the

top bobby so idols in France,
gave ha first Paris performance.
For M minutes, waves of applause

broke over tbe packed house as

be strummed and sang ballads

anfl religious songs.
His only movement was the

tapping of his foot hi time to the

itiuftc. He did not play aay Rock

a xeu nusia.

Sax made the rneviat, the Said
and if tha centers with their
scissors succeed ia eliminating.
It, they waHd kill the industry.
She said French women know
that sex ia natural and that k why
men of all nationalities are attract
exMo them.
As she posed proudly for pho pho-to?rapher,
to?rapher, pho-to?rapher, itf a deeply slashed
bathing suit, Claudine remarked
that a woman's breasts are a part

of her and a part of nature. But if

just a little too much is shown in
a picture the' censors label it inde-

Claudine arrived two dan are to

bcjiif workon a French-Argentine
production to be eaDed "Daughter

of Fir a." She said it would nroha.

bly be banned in Argentina.

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