The Panama American

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Title:
The Panama American
Portion of title:
Weekend American
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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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Fight In La Boca,
But No lalBocdhs

four Norwegian seaman, one Dan6 and a Colombian
if J. taxi "driver, Were sentenced todayto 15 days each in-jail

in' one' seaman's .back required five stitches. u ',' k
- v. The cabbie's sentence was suspended,- however, by
Balboa Magistrate John E. Deming. The' five seamen' gave
. notice of appeal and a $50 appeal bond was posted foi;
each man by the ship's agent, s

mfcriiHriof tartpd When 'taXl
Hriwr Nicolas Mendoza Duffis,
29, who was -driving the seamen
back to the Norwegian- vessel
Peik after a night out in Pana
ma stopped in irons w ui ou ou-o
o ou-o nuartpr 007. ami demanrtea
Ills Jare, The ship was fueling at
Pier 6 - 1 '.
-AH five, seamen some asleep
-were Jammed in the- back pi
the cabJ Besides tne onver....vw
court was told, two women and
" a local man were occupying the--lront
seat Evidence was given
that all seemed to toave ben
, drinking. t
, The melee had nothing to
do with the crisis of law and
: order in La Boca. But irate La,
' Bocans struggling to clean up
their town and keep it alive,
s -,mA Rnlhni nnlic.e. r' 1 :
.From original .Jiaticuffs,' the
fight progressed w roc lurow.
4rtir Th wtnHnW Of One La BO'
can's car wis broken and anoth
er vehicle was dentea. -
- ; ; rvi nniliMman who respond
-ed in a patrol car testified that
when told to do so me live sen
.wan. oniotprf rinwn and consent
ed to go peaceably in the patrol
csir 1 '
They were Trygve Karlsen, 29,
Vol jfihBnncsjfin. 31. Geith Ja-
cobsop, 20 and Egll Larsen, 18,
all Norwegians, - i
The lone -Dane -was .EJvlnd
But even. after the aeamen
were in the police -veiiicie., use
officer said. Duffis Icept iunging
; about and resisting. .
nt,Ji4ii9AaQ-j'1fi-cwt to ramie
. that two other officers wete
,, efiitwit ta Mihitu him. '.. aet

, ft1 ? fitm handcuff edLanit to the po-

t Duffis contended he was Istill!

trying to defend mmsen.
. And Clements Ara, a La Boc
i' resident whose ear was damaged,
' and: who witnessed part of the
'f fight; told the court he saw one
of the seamen starting to get

out of the patrol car, presuma-
bly to come back at Duff is while
! th mil's hart was turnedi 1 :

- After the trial Ara said it is

Just these actions Mion-resi--
dents that give. La Boca a bad
' aams'- ir'-ji'V
,.i i tfoftody seemed to remember

Fcderaf Credit Union
Examiners
To Check- Passbooks
Harry O. Bennett in John R.
'Aaron, examiners from the Bu Bureau,
reau, Bureau, of Federal Credit Unions,
Atlanta office with headquarr
ters in Miami, arriyed Jn,the C C-nal
nal C-nal Zone yesterday to make the
annual"9 examinations of the
Tederal credit Unions '.In the
Bennett, who ha visited -the
Isthmus several times before, fsj
in charge of the southern Fior Fior-.
. Fior-. Ida District of the Atlanta Re Re-'
' Re-' flon of the Bureau of federal
Credit Unions.
During their visit here, Ben Bennett
nett Bennett and arori have expressed
their willingness to examine the
passbooks of those members of
- the Federal Credit Unions 'in
the Canal Zone who wish I to
have their passbooks audited
and brought upto date. r .1
Credit Union members wish-
- lng to take advantage, of this
service may send their pass-f
book, to: .- ,,.
Mr, Harry O. Bennett
Federal Credit Union Examiner
Tivoli Guest House ...
' Box X Balboa, Canal Zone ;
After the audit 4s completed,
; the examiners will leav the
passbooks at the Credit Union
: office where the members can
. pick them up- at their -conven-,
fence.; 'i ? t ; 1
The' following Federal credit
Unions in the Canal 'Zone will
be examined during the stay of
Bennett and Aaronr Balboa,
Cristobal, Gamboa, Gatuu, pa
' ralso, Usarcaribair, an4 Navy
Rodman. -
. The examiners plan to remain
n the isthmus several weeks
and are staying at the Tivoli
Guest Kou.
;, 5100
A fine of $100 wag Imposed in
Balboa Magistrate's Court today
on Joseph Andrew Mikulak, 22,
aa American serving with the
Kavy, after j hU eonvlcUon of
driving err automobile while In-

.tot'eated. ling technical and financial as
.The offer?e occurred at 5:30jsistance ahere required.
a m, yestferday on Balboa P.oad.' -.

itft o became so angry at being
- asked for his fare in mid-trip
that he became obstreperous,
y The two' women and the local

man sitting, with them in the,
front seat faaed away auring
the Iracas.
r All 1 1 ve seamen admitted
fighting. Lined up 'in Balboa
Magistrate's Court today they
presented a choice of sideburns
that would have had local rock
to rollers -drooling, if they'd
been there to see.- v
Elvis Presley ; himself might
have envied the lone-silken curl
of one set' that matched his
handsome!" young owner's dark
wavy hair- worn lone,
- Several seamen said they)
didn't know what the fight
was about. They just woke up,
.saw one going, and pitched in.
An employe of C, B Feriton &
company, agents for the shin
served as lntemreter in court
Hearing or the charge of fight
ing ana disturbing the peace
was recessed in mid-morning tOj
perm rum to- attend to some
ship's business. t
when it resumed, a little more
evidence 'was heard. The men
were all found guilty and sen sentenced,
tenced, sentenced, s and the appeal bonds
were posted on the seamen's he
half.
Duffis was put on probation
for a year; his sentence being
suspended on the condition he
is not found guilty of any of'
fense.i tnr--i
The Peik is transiting thp r.
nai "northbound today. f She' is
oimd ft onj VancouYerBipZ,io
iiarpnessJCngland. ,'
it was anticipated that all five
seamen would forfeit their bail
and go across the -Isthmus to
rejoin their ship &.-?
RP Holds 2 Gobs
AflerPalmanian
hi lake s T
Two' American sailori ire hpintf
held by Panamanian authorities to
day in connection with the drown
ing bf an unidentified Panamanian
m cenro azui lake.
" At noon today nolice authorities
were still. Waiting for the body of
uie uniucnuiiea. Panamanian to
come xo me surface.
According to the sailors, t Nor:
Tnan W. Simmons, 33, and James
Mccau, zi, Doth of the l$th Naval
District, they were invited to -go
swimmmg at cerre Azul by a colored-
man-they met in a Pamma
ciry oar."' -.j :
They drove to the mountain lake,
located a few miles beyond Tocu-
men airport, in an automobile driv
en by one of the sailors. I i
In testimony before court autho authorities
rities authorities today, Simmons and McCall
said a boat in which they had gone
out on the lake turned over throw throwing
ing throwing the three of them Into the, wa
ter., com saiiors surfaced feu the
Panamanian did not. i
T District ; Attorney Dario Sando
val reportedly hai' obtained the
cooperatioii of local U.S. Naty au-
thonties towards sending -a diver
down nder the lake in search of
tne musing, body, w 5 t
Relief Chcc!(s
Jo Do Given Out;
At Pest Offices S v
" -Panama Canal Co. XPtn
Cash Relief checks for the
month ef Frbmary will be dis distributed
tributed distributed to Residents of the
. Pacifie tde March 1 at "the
Pacific side post offices, K has
, been announced by the Treas Treasurer's
urer's Treasurer's office. i
..j Checks for residents f the
Atlantic side will b issued
March 1 trma the former Treas Treasurer's
urer's Treasurer's Of Fee located in the
Administration Buildlnr ia
Cristobal.

USl Should: 'Help Panama Help liself;
Cheaper Water Rafel Wan fed Doha .Ceci

ITKW YORK. Teh. 19 CUP)
Mr. Cecilia Pinel de Remon.i
Panamanian Minister of Health,
Welfare and Labor said In a
Herald-TTtbune interview that
(the United States should "help
Panama help itself" bv orovid-

END OF MAIDEN VOYAGE The new Dutch liner, Statendam, docked without the aid of
tugs hi Hoboken, N.J. It was her first trip fnrm Holland and the skipper,. Cornells Flaag Flaag-mans.
mans. Flaag-mans. said he brought it in as easily "as a rovboat" during the tugboat strike. The 877
passengers' aboard were greeted in the outer .larbor with spotlights and sprays of water,

and other crart in the harbor

Local Disagreements Threatening
To Prolong East Coast Dock Strike

Disagreements between union loc-
a nnri mninverx in Baltimore
and Norfolk, Vs., threatened today
to prolong indefinitely the East
Coast dock stm.-
It appeared likely theT, aetpite
a contract agreement here Sun
4y, most deck activity tMtweea
Maine and Virginia woolrf re remain
main remain at a standstill until the end
i.1 ikL .i..tf'At hilt -".
1 ,1 lilt T,Wfc", y f
Refusal of emD over groups in
Baltimore and Norfolk to aecept
a ''master" coastwide settlement
reached by the International Long
shoremen's Association ana n e
New York Shipping Associa t i o n
stood in the way ot a DacK-w-wom
movement of 45,000 longshoremen.!
It had been exoectea mai agree-
iments would be reached in other
East Coast ports within 24 hours
after the New York settlement.,
But employer opposition to tne
New York accord toon wee ma manifested
nifested manifested In Philadelphia, Bait),
mere, and Norfolk, u r
A i settlement, was reacnea esriy
today, however, in Philadelphia,
affecting 6000 dockworkers in that
city.. Wilmington, .; iev, wamuen,
N.J., and Chester,. Pa. ,V r r-Subcommittees
Subcommittees r-Subcommittees were to meet to today
day today to work out details of the a a-greement,
greement, a-greement, reached during a 12 hour
nepntiations session with Federal
mediators and attended by ILA
president William Bracuey.-
N.ontiatar also continued ef
forts today in Baltimore and Nor
folk.
Of Freezer Man
Flown To jlavtna
A Cuban seaman a'ceused Cf
murdering a fellow crew-member
last month aboard the Hon?-
duran banana boat Lewiti1""
ser has been flown to Havana.
Leo Koblnson, 35, was put a a-board
board a-board a commercial plana "-at
Tocumen Sunday Wght by Ca
nal Zone immigration autnon autnon-tles.
tles. autnon-tles. - ; 1
Robinson had been In Balboa
jail since Jan. 28 when he was
dropped off here, along with the
body of his countryman, Loren Lorenzo
zo Lorenzo Idilio pellipeche, 32, slain, in
a fight on the high sea
The fight in which Fempech
was killed occurred in the Pa Pacific
cific Pacific as the vessel was approach approaching
ing approaching Balboa from Guayaquil.
Reportedly the two men. both
refrigeration engineers got into
an argument about the temper temperature
ature temperature of one of the holds.
Local police were tolJ that
Pellioeche reportedly swung .at
Robinson with a club and then!
Robinson fatally; subbed the
nlH.r man
Robinson flew unguarded
tO'
Havana.
'We ere protuf people,9 shs
said, "and are undisputed
friends of vdur country. We
e.tk only that you recognize
the importance of our area."
Mrs. Remon skid that Pana Panama,
ma, Panama, m namtiattnv with 7nl
jZone authorities to obtain ; its
water supply at S to cents per'

n

HI,
oiew weiconung wmstivs.
A 1 1J t
have developed during the Balti
more negotiations-yesterdays But
bargaining talKs today,
Adding to the confusion -i were
pessimistic statements -by. t h o
leedere of several 4LA locals in
new Tone. .i
'.The consensus Was that the ma
Wity of the 25,000 dockAWorkersJ
ia-4'T .rrjrr-et-KewrYorte -would
refuse to Tefrira to work unlU the
Baltimore and Norfolk disp u t e
were resolved and the pew eon-
tract ratified. fj; :
Tvio Vagranls Sent
To Jail; U Boca
Loiterer Goes Too
1 Three men were' sentenced in
Balboa Magistrate's court today
to jaii termg of 15 days or more,
'ine cnarge against i,uis Aien-
dez, 23, and Abdiel Bolivar, 15,
both Panamanians, was yagran
cy. -";'''- ." :
i They were found without le
gitimate business in the lower
parking circle in front ot Tivoli
Guest House at 1:30 a.m. on
Saturday, i-. f(
When his case was heard yes
terday, young Bolivar was "asked
whether his parents were in
court. The teenager said no, but
he wished to be' tried anwway.
v A Canal Zone detective said
the boy's father had been noti notified.
fied. notified. Neither defendant ha a
previous record- i ;
Today both were fined 425
Mender was also sentenced to 30
days in jail, Bolivar to )5 days.,
Juan Silgado, 25, Panama Panamanian,
nian, Panamanian, was also sentenced to IS
days in jail. His crime was lot lot-terinz
terinz lot-terinz at Quarters 902. La Boca.
The quarters building was one
of tnose namea py civic coun council
cil council leaders at last week's meet-ins-
as one of the centers of the
contraband racket and of other
incidents plaguing La- Boca,
Pro-India Kasrhfr
PremTer Gives ij
Pakistan Ullimafuni
NEW DELKL Indiar Feb. U
(UP Tremier Ghulam Mohim Mohim-med
med Mohim-med of pro-India a Kashmir declar
ed today We propose to give Pa
kistan a time limit" to evacuate
th iinutMt atatc
in .Arthsra inHia th.t "n f i
fto meet the deadline) we- shal
get our territory back."-
Ghulam Mohammed did not gpe-
trif what vmiM K th rist)tna nf
cif v wf
India's strategy if it is not met
. 1 He spoke only of "new steps."'
1.000 gaQon instead of the 1-9
cents It now paya.
She added that If the neeotia neeotia-tiona
tiona neeotia-tiona could .not be concluded
successfully. Panama would
build its ewn water plant at a
cost of J10.000.LW. The Chabal
Company of France is now sur
ireying
the proposal and will
make a report In May.

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Low Offer Made
i ; .!.:';.'-: ell ffi.V, j
For Excavation
t
!X If I. fi f tJL'
Uq 1
. Venlas Generates ,-of,. Panama,
with, a J)id of $63,440, made the
low otter on tne excavation of. 130

000 cubur.ysrd: of cucarachr ms,5"" ,7rf-i"onatv, luTl
tenal from the west bank of Gail. urin? r.atd en mbllng den

liird'CufcSJtrt
day morning
tion Building
jftfr'AV nnr
tlOfl OiVI 'mors. ke.'."&ilal
TVVf"" VT.V SHOW JHOI40 VJ ;
on.. Incorporated, isthmian .Cor
structors and J. X. Jones Construe-!
tion CompanyJ of Charlotte N. C
U 'r, "K
.Iff the offer, made- by. Ventas Ge

, tFerSTincncif vtster-f r --ri"ni"a uar oner, to paca up israei rciaim ivt ..v i
kta tS4Wmffii:; nd,81feet achapallf ? J tree i,?vig.tio8 in the, gulf of.Aqa- I'.X fannfoU.k

at Balboa He ehts. kl . a ana secumy irom mpub i- whvviwui s.
.? .r : i Detectives said -monev parriq!t uiii .h.nHnn fh,l- i

i.cioic, wa propvsea Mas me,, r j
n iSnn . t 2 i tall i" -. tl -K i t

would he mmri ..nif
Of 48.8 cents per cubievard. .-
'The excavation site is located
Th.. ov.fi.tinM- n- i-t.j
immediately north: of Contractors
Hill outside of the -Canal prism
and the material to be removed
will be transported approximately
one mue 10 a spoil area used dur
ing the excsvation of Contractors
Hill. ;:. -... i
Due to the nature ef. the mate;
rial,' it is necessary to carry out
the excavation work from the land
auring ine present -dry season.
Two Vagraiifs Gef
Suspended Terms
Al Balboa Court
Two youne vagrants picked
up in La Boca and Paraiso re received
ceived received Suspended sentences aft
er they were found euiity in
Balboa Magistrate's Court to
day, v 1 .. ,-nr
Carlos1 Enrique pigaott. 21.' a
Panamanian, resident of Pana
ma miy, was put on prooaiion
ror a year. -judge; jonn b. Dem Dem-tag
tag Dem-tag told, him he wag not going
to make staving out of La Boca
a condition of the probation but
he thought it would be a good
idea if the defendant did so.
After the trial. Pigeott walked
off m the direction of La Boca
accompanied by v-young woman
companion wlyK had testified
for him. .- - '
Manley Brown,. Panamanian,
about 21, who live with his par parents
ents parents on a land lease, was picked
up with a group of residents be
hind tne paraiso -yneaier. A Ior.
mer caddy, be has been in court
ceveral times, but has no record
. His motoer. wtHX nas commii-
ry prlvUegea; said her hu-
jband was crippled and there old
seem, to De any, wore ,nr
ManleV. -
"There was evidence Brown and
some friends were planning a
picnic, and some indication of
a possible commissary violation.
Brown's suspension is on the
condition that he not be found
guilty of any offense for a year,
and that he keep mat of Paraiso
and La Boca for to days. .. ..
Used Lion For Sale
DETROIT. Feb. (UP Wan Wanna
na Wanna buy a lion? Frank G. Kelnnii.
Detroit Zoo director, told aX soc
officials from hiajor cities today
he was interested ut selling or
swapping a male lloa ia order to
pick. np some b'ras, aa anuiope
or a young cbimf.

THE PULSE
? OF 'PANAMA
1a'new SHANTY town
ap-
parently is in the' .making just
behind the luxurious Hotel El
Panama, according to a report!
carried tooay by tne ,noon tav i
blold La Hoia. ' 1
The report said two shanties !'
nave already been built, on a
lot Whieh the1 Betterment o o-dety
dety o-dety ,bf El Cangrejo plans to
. convert into a park directly
oenina ine noiei,
Leaders of the Third position,
an opposition- political erouo.
SVll tSffit5
publlCi 4
Purpose oi the Jaunt Is said to
be to inform inland 'leaders of
the movement pf plans for -the
immediate future.;'
Police are wondering today
what, the thieves wh) stole a
package on Central Avenue, out
of me automobile oi Father
John Kennedy of the fit vln
cent de Paul's mission are going
m oo wiin we conienis. M -, 4
: The package contalne.i two
priests' gowns, which Father
Kennedy hopes the th'ef or
thieves will deliver to any
church now that they knw
that they can't use or sell the
towns. -'''
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The Secret Police'fepo'rted the
I eTIltf. dlc tOftHfiCAtftd 6UT
i. WA j.IJi . II
1 W?' whl6h w 'oBowed
S'"'-0
There was tio report on the
number or arrests made during
i ?f ?-
La Hora also-reported "today
i that an, Increase, In funds, for
the" administration of the ftanto
Tomas Hospital was agreed tip-
on at a -meeting between Fi Finance
nance Finance Minister; the Comptroller
General, the acting Minister of
Health, the medical director and
the administrative director of
the hospital.,
'According to the report an

effort will be made to Increase withdraw its forces behind the 19 19-the
the 19-the appropriation for : food, 1 49 Palestine armistice demarca

X-rays and maintenance
?
the hospital
i 4 i Ail
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ROTAL BFCXION Ending a four-month separation that 5
caused rumors of a rift between them. Queen Elizabeth and
her hnsband. the Duke of Zdinburgh, walk down a ramp ef
an airliner following the Queen's arrival in Lisbon-. Portugal. t
They spent the weekend together aboard the royal yacht
"Britannia,- ; .. .. t .-.,- , ,

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nvoy Flying

To Sell Ben-Gui ion

On US Guarantees

WASHINGTON, Feb, 19

: hower If fo discuss with Cnnareinnnl fenrlre tnmnrrnu-

!h qio of imposing sanctions on Israel .if that toyn

Secretary of State John Foster Dulles announced the
planned discussion at his press-conference today,. f ,,
Dulles refused to say whether the U.S. is in favor aI
applying such sanctions or not. He said tomorrow's meet
ing would approach the problem with an open mind'"
', Mr; Eisenhower is flying back to Washington today
from a Georgia vacation. .VV L" 1J, i i'l 'v-

Meanwhile diplomatic sources said that israerrarit

fl ... I. .1 fel . l 11 ''

oassqaor to ine wnirea nanons, aodo x tpan. is, r vina

home in the hope of persuading

burton to levacuate Egyptian

orrerea oy rne unirea srares. t. t ,a
j Arid in London Britain. disclosed today that a ma majority
jority majority of the Suez Canal user nations, including the Wejfr
em' Big 'Three; Will deliver a new "interim" plan for the

Suez Canal s future to; the United Nations.

TDiplomatte "sources 'saict Eban,
ho has been dealing with- Dulles,;
whp has been dealing with--Dulles.
faversaeeeptflace-ot. Washington's!
G4za and Aqaba strips
Ben-Gurion has adamantly .re .rejected
jected .rejected thisv offer -until I now. ,,. ;
voeii -j' -v i
. With his foreign minister. Mrs
Golda Meir, in New York there
appeared, little reason ior Eban to
fly,4o-Jerusalem merely, to make
a report.
'Thel explanation seemed to be s
hope to persuaae Ben-Gurion nun nun-self
self nun-self to .accept the U.S. plan.
The United States "ayg g e s t ed
nnitnonement, of the Assembly s
debate:, obviously to give Eban
time to sain his country's com
nliance with the U.N. order to
tion lines.
t4

X $f'li( f -fx. '.$4
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(UP) President EiserH
'.','.11 l ivf.i . .i
Israeli Premier David Ben-
territory under guarantees :
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Trnetaip;Jwet
ISMAIL1A; .Egypi Feb. l'tUP
United Nations, ;salvsge work oa
One pf the two remaining nhta.
cles in the ? Suez Canl
canceled yesterday. Delays threat,
ened to upset the clearance- time timetable.
table. timetable. -'-i: 1 i i v-j
The clearance operation an.
peared to hinee on. the oueitinit
of- Israelis withdrawal 1 from the
Gulf of Aqaba. and the Gaza StHn
Egyptian newspapers have hinted
strongly that Egypt would forbid
work to continue .until Israeli
forces; withdraw. ; ..,.
Salvaze crews tackWt thii.'
tively minor wreck stilt dotting
the waterway and the Sues a ad f
Port Said harbors, s But plans tor
removing the freighter Abukelr at
the Suez terminus were called off.
In addition, no work hak yet
begun on the tug Edgar, Bonnet
mocking the channel near Ismail-
ia,.; the. halfway: point othe
101-mile eanal. "- v. ;
Sources said that unless work
begins at once On the two wrecka,
the canal will not be opened, t0
regular tanker traffic by-' the
March lO deadline. I ; '..
German salvage ships, the most r
powerful among the U.N. leet,
had been assigned to work oa the
Abukeir. which -U. blocking the -entrance
to the chahnerfrom Syea .'
harbor, r, t t.;,
7 But" a cryptic announcement
from the office of U.S. Maj.-eo.
Raymond E. Wheeler (ret), the
salvage chief, assigned the Ger-
man salvage crews to' the rela relatively
tively relatively minor wreck of a bucket
dredgerlocated near the Abukeir.
Wheeler said it would pr cleared
by March 1. -
Wheeler has estimated that it
will, take three weeks to salvage
the Bonnet, longer for the
Abukeir. -'i
In order to keep the crews busy
pending a go-ahead from : the -Egyptian
authorities to clear the
big wrecks. Wheeler put the mea
to Work oa smaller .obstructions,
including three tugs, another
freighter and a crane. -;;"
-The original round the clock
operation which began' Jan. S has
beer slowed to a regular eight.,
our work day with Sundays off
and regular lunch--breaks. .-
Despite the slowdown, the cnsl
now ia clear enough. Jor pat a no
of small vessels. But until tne
Bonnet is moved from the-mam
channel, no regular" tanker cia
get through. a j,
Flying Canoe;
EVANSTON, BL Teb. 1 (UP).
George Bates, 37, a telephone
company personnel man, ran ir"
a sew traffic hazard a f ; ,. j
canoe.' j n :
He was struck by the lt-foot r
aoe whea it sailed throufk- t 1
windshield ef his ear and kit t 1
oa the head and shoulders.
Strong wind tore the eanoe fr -v
the uto of Douelas So-ihart,
where ha had ued it.



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SQUEAKS
Sir:
I : We read tne recent letter
vislsta." w
' Let's lace the fact- Only a
pare Frankie Lymon, a 14 yr. old
old man. Anotner amy remark
a femaie. Lymon is yet young
for ouite a while. Manv voune
ley is a real good singer and

or them.
- Pelvislsta you also said that many people will agree with him
about Lymon- But he is wrong. Frankie is one of the major favor

ites, so, wny not give mm a iignung cnance to prove wnv uc
is really doing to Rock and Roll listeners and over the world...
Lymonistas.

Sir:
i
I happened to read by chance your Feb. 13 edition on which
I found several letters concerning discrimination in CFN radio
station. I have been listening to CFN for quite a lot of time and
I've never noticed any of the discrimination alleged on those
1t!t?dont think it'sr fair to say that the Canal Zone radio sta station
tion station doesn't play Negro entertainers. I have heard through that
station records of Louis Armstrong, Nat King Cole, Ella Fizgerald,
Harry Belafonte and Fat Domino. (The last two are very popular
with the CFN disc-jockeys).
; From this letter you'll see that my language is not the Eng English.
lish. English. I am a Latin American teen-ager and I like to listen to
CPM programs because I'll confess there are no commercials.
I hope I'm not intruding into the Canal Zone people affairs
but I believe it wouldn't hurt anyone to read an opinion from an
outsider. m ...

i I nope, too, inai no one win

all Americans tnrougn mat n-seems-wue-iuieujr-iaiw"
isfied ''Virginian." ...
6 A CFN Panamanian teenager fan-

Dear R In R Fan:
So you're urging CFN to stop playing the noise made by
Frankie Lymon. Well let me tell you that "The Teenagers
aren't one of the most popular rock 'n roll singers in the Repub Republic,
lic, Republic, but they are the most popular ones, leading by a big margin.

Ana ii you can hauaki
wajh and clean- yo
a. nenMr-hot song

which cannot be done as perfectly, by any other rock a roll

singer, and that memoes iresiey,
Mod thing you didn't
would be revealing the identity

the difference between singing ana nwse. v
beyjrD to CFN to make their own decision about "The Teen Teenagers."
agers." Teenagers." If they stop it, it won't matter, for there are a score
o other stations on the radio which Just keep.blasting Frankie s
mom along with those of other rock 'n roll slngersj ,Now stop

grudging tne kid, wiU ;-a? "That's

Qlr:
! I wish to answer "A pelvislsta" (Feb. 11, 19$7 about Frankie
Lymon vs. iuvis rrtsley and the CFN Radio Station.
Congratulations W CN f or piaymg tae ime records of
ranwe nyinon and tn teenagers may wenear some u
the piatteia ot the Caoiilacs, the Six Xeens, james ilroWn, Little
Zniha Jonn and many otner fine rock 'n roU singers.
V How lor you, "relviaista," you said ramus wroon sings
ilk srirl has in ugiy voice, can't act and isn't cute. Jcou
sttuck a foul blow in my boon so X'U say someuung about x.
isMui'Se a male to you, but is he really ill male?
'How about taarwiggle? Men that wiggle like he aoes m an an-So
So an-So harTceUT name and a, specuu class lor tnem. (borry
Kp but Frankie la my boy.)
ou mentioned that at school Frankie is a nobody compar compared
ed compared to KP. Did the teacher say so? Perhaps you're emotionally
Stoturbed and probably infatuated with tnat Peiyis guy. xou
aW Elvis Presley's popularity is mucn nigher than that 01
rohsmM I the boys. That may be in the States. How
f0' uit th radio stations and find out from

tm disc Jockeys wnicn 01 me iwu omucio "- "-
iTi k i hoe irom tne border of Costa Rica to

Xr.. f rummhii and
rrr,: mri tn Eivla
or Abator, iakt your pick and
pangma dig Frankie Lymon the

UIO VIVA w A j A,t.
Yes. my friend, whenever you hear Frankie Lymon and the
Teenager oa your radio, don't turn it off. Listen closely to this

14-year-old wonder boy and his companions ana tnans. uua jou
can listen to such fine young voices and wonderful arrange arrangements.
ments. arrangements. And when its ail over friend, you'll finally be some

body in this fine world of music.
THE HANDLING
Sir:
Ail I know is what-1 read

vhen It is suggested that the quarters and privileges of a group

Ot employes are In danger oi oeing cunauca.
i .! Nmtv.fiv nereent of these people are decent, hard-work.

Ing and, seiwespecung.
All this
sums.
I That is an aomission oi
m.. faiitir? whn it is

ti a hoodlum or hoodlums unbroken and unbowed, no bruises
and blemishes, and the arresting officer Is a hospital case

even the blind can see.
rm rian in th hnxnital for
eended sentence for a hoodlum.

ba reversed. A maximum sentence for a felony anouia oe un un-posef,
posef, un-posef, I believe. Deport the defendant. On his first re-entry
lathe Zone, Oamboa, or If no rooms are available at Gamboa,
Drovid a berth at Colba. If ample recompense were mstde I am
postUvo the Republic would cooperate. The Zone. could pay a
foU term In advance with a stipulation to properly remunerate
the Republic for hospital bills or other unforseeable contin-
Mnriaa.

.. Dont please dont penaUze

erg. Baca up tne pouce. we nave a lorce to oe proua oi.
Keep The Law

-4

TIDES DISAPPEARED

Rr:
Has the high-and-low tide

Bund ay American?
- On the one day a week when I have time to take a swim,
II naturally go to the paper to find out when the water will be
deep enough.
itany Sundays since Jan. 1. it hasn't been there. It wasn't
U week,

j FPJOE LYMOII
and
.TITE TEENAGERS
! AJUUVING MARCH 1
: VICEROY Joldo

- ;,, LOCAL !j- IT MAIL

1.70 a. do
' 0.80 1 13.0O
1S.BO B4.00
VS. WIGGLES
in the colomn written by a "Pel
.......
narrow minded Derson would com'
boy with Elvis Presley, a 21 yr.
made was tnat Lymon sings wte
ana may not lose nis giriisn voice
bovs have that sirlish voice. Pres
actor. We enjoy listening to both
gci wic ium j
oi8,"b. .w -
sign your name because you
of someone whOTdoesnt Know
an, PJ'oye.fc'lf
Rock 'a Roll Fan
find out what's the ration of
Presley's. Believe me DaOdy-O
your time and listen. We in
moet on toast and not to say
For Frankie
OF HOODLUMS
in the papers. I am intrigued
is on account of a few hood-
tne ituiurc m iw huwmmvui
necessary for an officer to onng
.
the officer and a ten-day sus-
In my opinion, this should
the Innocent-law-abiding work-
listing been dropped from the
Swim Fin.
. Iftonarttoboobteieaoywt
you fnink end ttHi pet out ot Ihe
woy beio ft understood. ans

ur ears more oitcn mxauac utuiuu.. .i.o
("I Promise to Remember,'r etc.) straight

nn "Rhare" "Please Be Mine, etc.

Labor Nevs
,,: And
Comment

By VICTOR RIISEi"
NEW YORK -r--Though-- it met
those past four days just arouna
the corner from he Bowery? the
Communist Party was far from
hitting the skids. When its .nation .national
al .national leaders quietly slipped out of
the city, their party -was suu a
noticeable item in Moscow's cold
war budget.
Couriers from the Kremlin had
broueht word that the Party's
press would be heavily subsidized
in America once again. The na national
tional national headquarters would be re
financed. Funds for agrtation-pro
paganda would be available once
more. There wouia oe stronger
backing for the Party's labor
friends some of whom were in
town from as far off as the west
coast. There would be money for
good lawyers and undercover or
ganizers to belp re-infiltrate the
FL-CIO.
The American Communist Partv
had agreed to behave itself and
not to Tito." Moscow was selling
gold in London and Brussels. Some
of the money would be funneled
'1 L it tt 0 . 1 I i
iniu vne u.o. raoscow naa wantea
to keep its American mouthpiece
from fading out
This was ns convention; this
was a conspiracy. And It would
Jhavo boon a mistake to cover
tho drones as wo cover the na national
tional national major party parity. A A-mony
mony A-mony the chairmen, and dispers dispersed
ed dispersed through tho 300 delegates and
' 110 visitors, wore men awaiting
H on chargos of teaching the
violent overthrow of tho govern government.
ment. government. There were several Soviet
Secret Police officials.
And, of course, the fellow who
led the fight to free the electrocut
ed atomic spies.
The press was barred so that
we, and perhaps some undercover!
men who might slip in with us.
would not recognize, the so-called
delegates. But not because the del
egates feared they'd lose their
jobs as the indicted Steve Nell
-a- t.U 1 e . "H
sua turn several VI us ,OU OI tne
sidewalk. The press was barred
because the 400-odd men insidm
were me top communist function
aries in the U.S. and amontf
them were the men taking direct
oraers irom juoscow via London,
These 400 were older nennle.
They were the hard core. They
made up not a convention but
the first full gathering of the Par
ty's operstives throughout the U.
$. They were mostly from New
York, California, Pennsylv a n i s,
Michigan and Illinois. They run
the apparat in 34 states. They're
lougn. iney are tne ones the Par
ty can count on to" walk through
tne street near tne chateau Gar
dens and scurry into the old hall-
even after the blood bath of Buda
mzttied Nasser.
There was talk of this as a con convention.
vention. convention. You know, three delesates
representing every hundred mem-
Ders, caucuses, etc.
They took the pains to vote and
count. But what did they count?
ine alleged "delegates," by the
Party's own total, would have
spoken for slightly under 7,000 re registered
gistered registered Communists. But this is
like a wrestling referee's count.
The Party has almost 20,000 re-
gisierea memDers. That's positive.
i. nao several thousand secret
members who take orders from a
incKy cell-like chain of command.
Furthermore, the Party still
eperetea on the 10 to one formu formu-l.
l. formu-l. Its leaders boast that they
have 10 persons ready to work
for them for every one of their
official members.
That puts their count way up.
St Mil... I I ... "''
y fvu uaa ai me commu communist
nist communist Party's 16th "National Con
ventum was a gathering of the
top 300-man committee. These
were not really delegates but re regional
gional regional chiefs being briefed by men
who had taken their ordera by
MtirtM
v'w uviu auruau.
Not all of them. hnivM
ready to take direction unqu'estion unqu'estion-ingly.
ingly. unqu'estion-ingly. So they were permitted to
wub on aoouc ue nev nti l0
American Socialiim. rtr .v..
yoke of "democratic centralium
which, translated. mn. n k...
five minutes to talk-
then sit down, shut up tad' take
orders. .They had their hopes rais-
wai uiey mignt M men again
w um ae-punucauon, ot Italia.
?m ?J'f wek-nd they were
tou that ther must o ainn mtt,
the Kremlin, or their Moscow gold
The 'conventmn'a" nni, mm
ci . r
ueraon, wonred Hard at giving
us a fairly good facsimile what a
, 7 P"c relations m a a
- "ui jun wn iwisui
Somebody asked for a drink and
Gerson said, why don't yon fellows
. u a case ex scotcb?

I left. CnaHv. dUm.T tk.t J!! ",tDdia

man should be forced, as Germ
wss to shifl for a crowd so cold
an .ku : : J I
wooded that it could meet after
Buaapest and continue to plan to
noun? us una as we jmow it.
There will be no rhanra Tt
stm .powerful pro-Communist oJ
wons, wnn mimooa tm tbeir trea treasuries
suries treasuries and some 400.000 itrateffud
ally placed members, stia will be

used to rip apart our defense meJlJ?"" "".States. Just as

chsnUm when the enemy decides' STmI.i.
to strike. And wtthm Ue "coBTeo-'!f. United States
tion" gates were still our enemy's' a 60UJe' uncooperative pow-

Having once again escaped the
perils ol darkest Africa only to re
turn to the problems of home, I
am already lonesome for the hye hyenas.
nas. hyenas. I am also lonesome for Mama
who, when last seen, was prostrate
on a palm-studded beach at Mom
basa and has not been heard from
since.
The last word I had from her
was that she thought she was go going
ing going to take a slow show to Zanzi Zanzibar
bar Zanzibar and investigate the: possibili possibilities
ties possibilities of entering a harem.
This morbic! reflection was soaw
nci by a letter from a Mrs. Char Charlotte
lotte Charlotte Barna of San Francisco who
noted that Mama was joining me
in langanyiKa.
Why." writes Mrs. Barn a;
don t you write a column about
how. Mama spends her time in A-f
mca and now she likes- it? I think
your readers, will be interested.
especially th distaff side."
Well. Mrs. .Barna.. I will tell mi
about Mama on safari. This is her
third' and she gets no braver with
time. ;
She started out heinff afraM m
Hons and, by dint of constant ef effort,
fort, effort, is now afraid of lions, leo leopards,
pards, leopards, buffalo, 'rhino, ele p h a n t,
isetse mes, o'iricnes ana all night
noises.
When she is in India, she i a.
frsid of tigers and cobras.
-when she is in Australia, aha
takes a poor view of kangaroos
and koals bears.
The truth of the matter is: Ma.
ma ain't brave.
The otner week a hvena 1t nut
a whoop close aboard and Mama
shot into the tent. The tent is. mid
of lightest nylon with a zippered-
nct front, back and sides,
WASHINGTON (NEAVChinese!
uuiiuuuisi xicmicr vuuu coi-iai i
aeveo-weeK, len-capuai. tgni ci
.....i. : i n . 1
souuieasi Aiua ana easiern jEjurope.
is now being carefully evaluated
in Washington.
It was an amazing performance
In many ways Chou out-Dullesed
Secretary of State John Foster
Dulles as a globe-trotter. Chou ev
en outsmarted the Russian travel
ing salesmen, Khrushchev and
Buiganin.
For Chou did not offend Asiatic
sensibilities ss the Russians did in
India and Pakistan. Only on his
last stop, in Ceylon, did he lose his
temper. Then he blew his too ov
er sharp questioning on India's
statement there were no Chinese
in jAmerica wanting to return to1
China.
"
Chou received a haattu rM.ntiAi
in only one dace Bnrma H.I
heard catcalls and saw anti-Chi-
BMa fwuf am hM rv
nese posters there. These were in inspired
spired inspired by his refusal to make con
J cessions on the China-Burma bord-
er fljsnute.
IN fact. tm i-Mrtii aaicc.AU
ciariuea
none. CBRimimLl
qnes Issued in each capital were
largely a restatement rj rnm
nist cliches, couched in whatever
language was acceptable to the
host country's government.
The msin-thwrnT i. wwJ
of coexistence. He Mnstanfi trial
to sett China to the Asians as tfeetrl
.' k--".'s iua rouairr OB a

FulLField Pack

Mama On Safari

By
BOB MARK
You never heard such a frenzied
zipping of zippers in your life, al although
though although the netting is so fragile
that a determined mosquito gets
an easy five yards off tackle with
out much effort and anything big
ger than a dik-dik could walk
through it.
When Mama is on safari she
fires one shot into the air and an
nounces that she is through with
guns, game and effort.
Thereafter she arises at her u u-Sual
Sual u-Sual noon whilst the idiots are out
chasing game from bleakest dawn
to dirty dusk.
She oes back to the outdoor
kitchen and quarrels with Alv or
Melille, or whoever's handy, about
the fact that the avocados have
run out and where is the pate de
fdie gras she bought from the nig
aunan in .Nairobi?
She reads endless detective sto
ries when she should be studying
Spanish.
Bone-weary from several gin
and-tomcs, plus cold breast of
guinea hen, hearts-of-palm salad,
fresh mango and asparagus, she
takes a siesta for her tummy's
saKe and I must say the tum tummy
my tummy is gaining on her.
At dusk she shouts for Matisia
to fetch her bath so she can be
fresh and pretty for the returning
warriors. Then she climbs into
mosquito boots and ski-jamas, ins inspects
pects inspects the peanut butter and vodka
supply, and walks out to meet the
incoming rover boys.
"What did you catch today?"
she asks sweetly. When the an answer
swer answer is bloody nothing, she mur murmurs,
murs, murmurs, "Oh, that's too bad. I had
a lovely day watching the anti
build a new hill and the baboons
called in again." 1

Light On Chou
' By PETER EDS0N

HiahUeht of Chon'a fn.,r
course, was its interruption at mid
point m ixew Delhi. January 1 In
a .
sieaa oi going on to iNcpal as plan
ned, Chou returned to Peking for
four days of "rest." Then he flew
to Moscow, Warsaw and Budapest
mi uis sirange mission to unity the
Isuiuiuuuisi DiOC.
There was some speculation, at
me ume,. mat cnou went to Mos Moscow
cow Moscow to impress On the Kremlin
leaders how much ill-feeling had
been generated in Asia by Rus Russia's
sia's Russia's interference in Huns
What developed was the exact
vpposite.
" THB FOU DAYS that Chou
"rested" in Peking brnn.
J Moscow, China's Communist
leaders adjusted their noint f u.
l,u" up wnn una rsuonaliza
UOnc ...
c Soviet Russia had done the richt'
thin rr. ..,: . i
thing. Its action waa not tak.
gainst the peace-loving. Commu

i I ; 'f : I

aa fatHcb
WATCH (UIU
cawraas

iBUTVhat

" '''' '

Mama is nuts about" ants and
all other sorts of bugs. Her spine
is permanently humped iron
watching insect life as she totters
i about tne campsite.
She is also fascinated by baboons
and the baboons seem equally fas
cinated by Mama.
Juma or Matisia or somebody
stands attendance on Mama eve
ry rriday, wmch ta hair day.-
HtlTnr nAw ai 11 thait Ha a mash

C 1 ea ias year reported that con con-it,
it, con-it, but there was aUme when Ma- struction of more schools woull
ma was considerably blonder and: not be enouch to solve our .h,,.

the savages used to come from
miles around to see the mem-sahib
change her hair from black
to white. .
On safari, Mama is the official
photographer,, and she can break,
lose, or drop in a w stream any
(camera, movie or still,' ever de devised
vised devised by man's hand.
Mama har another talent. She
can sleep straddling a gearbox sit.
ting straight up in a bronco of. a
Land Rover in Kenya or Tanganyi Tanganyika
ka Tanganyika when everybody else is spitting
teeth from the jolts.
wnat Mama really loves in whei

1.
go in .-xanyuki or the Sindbad in
Malindi.
When I went off after elephant
in high bush. Mama said she
thought she'd just stay on at thel
Nuali Beach in Mombasa and stu
dy Spanish and ogle the sailors.
That's about all, Madam Barn.
I haven't heard from her since.
but the monsoon is blowing anl
sues proDsoiy nauway to Calcut Calcutta
ta Calcutta on an Arab dhow bv now. Mama
on ssian is a very self-sufficient
sou.
nist "people of Hungary. It was tat
en .against the interfering impe imperialists
rialists imperialists of the West, who were in-
prea uy rascist elements.
itussia, th reasoning went,
Should be SODDOrterf hv all fnm.
munist bloc countries, including
vasatioa.
.Ji put 'rwrd as the real
si oi wue communism: "Do you
support what Russia has done in
Hungary?"-
Chou's answer was'
Uc, Yes."
an empha-
tM rui,
r.'m nwwwwwri he re re-rf
rf re-rf 'e1 himMW nd his government
- "icir vru- ugni. They are for ta ta-ternauonal
ternauonal ta-ternauonal communism first They
are for Asia second.
This csn ho rantr
tne most important and revealinn
ffiTaveS.
uIn m'tion to dominate
tne world, ail rimmniiw.
Stalinist. China and Russia stand
firmly on this, together. Peking
wjU suppcrt Moscow at all times,
and vice versa. Atvi k. ...
f-T ?v wight develop
in China has vanished. j
If these facts eaa be suffident suffident-ly
ly suffident-ly Impressed on southeast Asia a
and African countries, soma good
flight come it yet. It should
be ample warning that Beotralisn
wifl not be tolerated bv tbe Cam.
munuta. Aad the threat of Com-I
niuuci uunii expansioa of in influence
fluence influence in Asia is now rewrnlsed
a a far greater danger tbaa ag aggression
gression aggression from the mora remote
Kussia.
Peraooariy. Premier Om Ka.'
UL bow back to Peking, may be'
said to save increaaed bis stature
as a leading figure in faiternatioe.
al commanury

we Dreaa camp and go to town
so she can buy things in the ba-l
zaars and visit hotels like the Nua-
11 Beach in Mombasa, the Mawin-lsenaS

WiiY.wASill

MERRYr0O-ROU;.'D

WASHINGTON Hand some,
hard-working henry CaboVLodge,
U.S. Ambassador to the ,U.N.,: does
not want to.be a groundhog, not
even an honorary one.- He made
thi mute clear the other day to
the Slumbering Groundhog VLudg
ot Quarry vUie, Va.
Ever? year the Groundhog
Lodge uf Wuarryvule, goes tnrougn
a ritual to 'ascertain -wui r
real soundhoa thinks about the
prospects of a mile" and cod win
ler, an eany or late spring.
LinltA e lew distinguished citi
zens nave : participated in this
groundhog shadow ceremony and
become Honorary Groundhogs, in including
cluding including Harry S. Truman and Sec
retary of Detense uianes
nn ':.n '.'
But up in Boston;' whence came
Ambassador Lodge and where his
grandfather was that famed Bos Boston
ton Boston Brahmin, Sen: Henry Cabot
Lodge, who helped defeat Woodrow
Wilson's League of Nations, it's
said: "The Cabots speak only- fjo
Lodges and the Lodges speak on
ly to God."
Sn. when Ambassador Henry Ca
bot Lodge received the invitation
from the Slumbering Groundhog
Lodge of Quarry ville: Pa., to be become
come become an honorary groundhog, bis
secretary replied:
. "Ambassador Lodge has made
it a principle since becoming re representative
presentative representative at the United Nations
not to accept membership in any
organization, even honorary mem membership,
bership, membership, if be cannot devote to its
activities a portion of his time and
energy."
He could devote neither time
nor energy to being an honorary
groundhog.
IKE WANTS SCHOOL BILL
' President Eisenhower emnhasiz
ed to a secret meeting of Repub
lican congressional leaders the
nth lav tkaf hat ontitfl tka.
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school construction bill passed this
year.
When' GOP leaders rem 1 n d e i
him that the school bill might be
derailed by a fight over segrega-;
uon, ne onserved:
'Well. I still think the nrotrram
can De put through without major
change. "I am not going to make
any more concessions
A commission which Bee appoint-
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tion needs for elementary and
high school students.
.: The commission aloe stressed
the need for Federal funds to
attract mere ami better teach teachers,
ers, teachers, by raising salaries. Howev.
r, the., administration; rejected
this brood proposal. '
"It seems to me that the best
way is to get the school bill take
up first by- the Senate," suggested
the President. "Then, we wouli
be in better shape to head off, the
Powell anti-segregation amend amend-ment,
ment, amend-ment, which staUed the bill in the
iaai session.

"There'a nni. u.- 'ueveiop atomic power. ,uix on
with that Mt Presml? nK, heads a special task force that is
Democratic lea'dPhin KT- tryin keeP the government out
GOP u?f &'n JE!"15 the atomic power business ...

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public, but the Commerce Depart
ment has sent a report to Congress
on the1 scrap-metal shortage tell telling
ing telling Jiow theHoover depression is
now casting a shadow over the Ei Eisenhower
senhower Eisenhower boom. ' i
The report-warns that the boom-.
ing steel industry, whose profits
soared over $1., billion in 1956,
faces "imminent depletion of high high-melting
melting high-melting scrap supplies that could -,
lead to .' critical 'shprtage" by
1960. ' ; ,
Cause of the shortage goes back
to the low production levels and
longer use- of -machinery during
the 1930 depression years.' ( .'
This is now beginning to be felt,
since bigh-grade scrap comes
chiefly from obsolete machinery
and heavy structural steel that
was new 30 years ago.
Another blow to scrap supplies..
will come in the WO's, the report
predicts, because of .-.'heavy war
and shipping tosses of World War
.11.' r .'V1. ,.
. Hiffh.meltin Scran is the life-
blood of the modern steel indus
try. The big integrated steel .com .companies
panies .companies use about 40 per cent scrap
iron and steel. . A
But the small .companies, wnicn
don't produce their own ores, use'
from 70 to 100 per cent scrap.
The unpublished Commerce De
partment report points put that
"domestic consumption r and ex
ports -during the two-year period
of 1954-56 represent all-time high
withdrawals of scrap from nation-,
ai sources." .
The exports for; 1954-56 't alone
reached 40 per cent of the total
exports for the previous half centu
ry. '?
"Steady lowering of high-melt
ing quality v scrap would have im important
portant important implications for the steel
industry, particularly the non-in
tegrated producers of steel pro products,"
ducts," products," the report1 Warns, k
"It should also affect plans "for
expansion of electric steel furnace
capacity, which, now depends al almost
most almost entirely on, scrap as a raw
material.'! n ;.. v .. ; .-, ; ',
A decline in the steel industry,
of course, affects the entire economy-
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'." CAPITAL CHAFF
Wives of U.S. diplomats in Aus Austria
tria Austria who operate a soup kitchen
for Hungarian refugees made a
big hit by ladling out a ton of froz frozen
en frozen orange juice. Refugees remark remarked
ed remarked that it was the first orange
juice they'd tasted in 15 years.
The Juice5 contributed by Snpw
Crop, was left over from the U.S.
exhibit at the Vienna Internation International
al International Trade Fair and was turned ov-
i er to embassy wives after ... the
lair closed..,. Edgar Dixon, who
put across the notorious Dixon Dixon-Yates
Yates Dixon-Yates deal, is now lobbying to
help the private power ccmnanies
develop atomic power. Dixon
Ane defense Department is expe
rimenting with a new kind of radar
that can spot and track supersonic
guided missiles.-The new equip equipment
ment equipment uses infra-red detection rays
which are sensitive to heat and
center on the
exhaust flame of
tTuidd missiles The Air Force
ubs iiuir uruerea jet irilOllg
pianes that will fly faster th a n
sound. Future pilots will be train
ed In a supersonic T-38 ... Com Commander
mander Commander John Paradiso of Patux Patux-ent
ent Patux-ent Naval Air Station is one Naval
officer who does not believe in
chivalry. Crossing the Patuxent
River on a Navy ferry that runs
to the air base, Paradiso forced
civilian employes out of the heat heated
ed heated cabin and onto the cold deck,
explaining that the cabin was re reserved
served reserved for uniformed personnel. A A-mong
mong A-mong those forced out in the eold
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TtJUSDAT, FEBRUARY j?,.I957
PANAMA AMERICAN i- A!f INDEPENDENT DAILY "NEWSPAPER
Senate Civil Rights Hearings To End
March 5 Despite Steamroller Charges
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tlTLF rttl,nw GETS CAUGHT IN THE MIDDLE

atop another car by a truck following a chain reaction crash that Involved iive automobiles ?
and three tractor-trailers in Washington." Arr ow points to cab of truck in whlch-drlver. was :
crushed to death. Miraculously, none of the occupants of ..the other vehicles. was Mured, v.,.1.,:

WASHTNGON. Feb.'.U (UPV-

subcommittee voted 4 to 2 Ipday
to end its civil rights hearings
March 5 despite implied charges

of steamroller tactics by. two

auuuiem congressmen. 4 ... ; .'

sens, sam J. fcrvln Jr; (U-1NC)

rand Olin D. Johnston ( D SC ) voted

against the time. limit. They said

the action willmake it necessary

for the groups- parent senate
Judiciary Committee to- hold its
own civil rights hearings. ;

Sen John L. McClellan (D-Ark),

a member, of the parent group butj Elsenhower's revised Middle East

not ef the.v subcommittee, agreed plan.

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HOLLYWOOD (NEA) w Holly Holly-Woodites'
Woodites' Holly-Woodites' 'Are. Talking About:; Gogi
' 'Grsnf becoming Arin Blyth's ghost
"vbice"- for W the singing in the
Helen Morgan story, now titled
"The, Jaz Age" Ann, looks," and
. can act; the part but her voice
flunked the 'fow down blues" test
, vi Peter Laid Hayes and Mary
Healy near the signing stage for

a Hollywood telefilm series. ."Fa

vorite Son." They will face the

cameras' after pinch-hittiag in

, five-week" chore for Arthur G 0 d-

frey. . Kirk Douglas paging In

grid Bergman for co-starring role

. with him in "The" viking." .
' Bing Crosby's new leading lady in

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In Italy Draws

250,000 Mourners

'"Man On Pire" lnger Stevens.
She's a combination of Bergman
and Grace Kelly. V; :, :,
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RED SH ELTON'S real', life

"Laugh, Clown Laugh" jole laugtn

iug 11 up wun a neavy nean wnne
his 9-year-old son, Richard, facet

death, a victim of leukemia. The
boy may never live to see another
Christmas. . Umversal-Interna"

tional planning a series' for the! and squares of Toscaninl's NMilan

MILAN. Italv. Feb1'. 19 Vtip

Arturo Toscanini''was buried here

tonight -to, the music '-of the

masters he loved and interpreted

as no ooe isecouittsVs .V',1-

.More than 250,000 .Italians stood
bareheaded In the rain to pay

uieir iasi- respects io tne 8M-vear

old maestro. Aft estimated 50

million persons watched the final

rites over a European television

neiworK. ;

Loudspeakers flooded streets

teen-ager musical, ; "Bock, Pretty
Pretty," It's rocking box officer
from coast to coast . .The "for
Sale"'' sign on Bing Crosby's Thun.

derbid : Country Club, home -at

Palm Springs,' Price: $90,000.
!'George White's Scandals of 1957."

which debuted at the Riviera Ho

tel in Las Vegas being. geared for

a summer opening on isroaaway.

board in

installed td hindU, Elvis

board installed to hsnllo Elvis

PvosUy s phone calls, at P a r
mount while ho stars'' in "Some

thing 'for the? 'Girls.'1' Paramount

also has something for his wil l

with Beethoven's. "Eroica" (third)

Symphony, The orchestra Of the
La Scala Opera House., in a -last

tribute, played to the empty .house
.1. i -A ....... I :m 1

nie sirauis pi me sympnony ios-canini-
once described as com.

posed not of notes', out of pure

' From the works of Toscaninl's
other; favorite. .GiusenDe ; Verdi.

the orchestra played the ""Re ""Requiem
quiem ""Requiem '? : Eternam" from Verdi's

Requiem Mass."
,- And at the Moeumentale Ceme

tery, a 400-voice choir intoned the

"va fensiero" (Go. 'Oh Worry)"

from Verdi's opera '"Nabucco."

fittingly, it was the same piece

fins extra guards on the 1 studio! of music that 'Toscanini himself

gatss.pi.!

That advertisement in a movie

. "For- Sale :'55', Jaguar. Owner Kty yesterday, "J
ndlongeffeils portyA "' A rare silence efl oyer

-JACK CARSON and estranged

wife ; hoi Albnght becoming a
This iS-Hol!ywood,-Mrs. ,, Jones,
item.v Yup, they've been having
dinner dates. .. A reconciliation?

VWho knows?" they chorus.',.

Carroll (Baby Doll) Baker in the

running for the title role m "Mar-

jone Morningstar." But four New

York actresses just landed in town

to test for tne role.

Talk about Donald O'C 6 n n 0 r

starring in' a remake of Buster
Keaton's 1927 'movie hit," "Col "College,!'
lege,!' "College,!' Donald just played Buster
in a film biography of the famed

celluloid comic. "

had conducted in 1901 Vl at the

funeral of Verdi. ...

Toscanini died Jan. 16,' and his

body was returned1, to his native

ing Milan. The 1,600,000 Inhabi

tants were strangely- quiet. .. The
thousands, of ears and .- trolleys
vanished from the -heart of .the

city,, It belonged to Toscanini. v
A solemn requiem v mass was
recited at Duomo Cathedral by

Msgr. Giovanni r JMontini; arch archbishop
bishop archbishop -pf Milan.-; Some 50,000

Milanese braved, a. cold wind and
driving rain to stand in the square
outside, - .

' Rose Marie's quip about televi television:
sion: television: r
"Tho new faces amaxe m Po-

Pol Nogri, oight years old, and

Paul Allinger of Alameda, Cal.,
is u.re of the best of many young
tj;.;crt players. Today's hand is
a good exomple of his apgress apgress-lve
lve apgress-lve bidding and splendid dunr dunr-my
my dunr-my play; 1
1

After .checking for aces and Mary Pickford, at nine.

kings by Blackwood, paui couia
count 12 top tricks and hoped to
find "a.-thirteenth aome where.
Naturally, he was disappointed
when the dummy came down.
At first glance the hand appear appeared
ed appeared hopeless, but he saw an unu unusual
sual unusual squeeze that would bring
home; the. bacon" should East
hold at least four cards both

.The funeral procession from the
church passed through streets
jammed with bareheaded Italians.
U.S. Ambassador to Rome
James Zellerbach arid the rest of
the diplomatic corps turned out
fnr tha funrCat. .

!l ,.vub '; uiuceiri m. More 11,811 W.OOO v persons '.. fol J
JAYNE MANSFIELD tellms l;h nrooession on tthis, wet

rctpuntn nonywooai sidewalks, women knelt in
night club opening: ''It's been so prayer; Men bared: heads to (he
lonesome.' I haven't seen a photo- rain. ; '
CrsnhAr in 1A minute t t Tu.km..m'. in .nJ

that such hearings "definitely"
should be held.' Southerners have
indicated they will try. to delay

civil rights legislation as long as

possible. ,

A "House- Judiciary subcommit

tee, 'which 'has. been holding simi similar:
lar: similar: hearings; is scheduled to fin finish
ish finish taking; testimony Feb. 26.
Chairman Emanuel Celler (D-NY)
said Sunday he had extended the
bearings to give some officials of
southern, states a chance to testify;
But he said he will not "brook
any. delay', by the subcommittee
in drafting a bill after, the hear hearings
ings hearings are over or in Consideration
of .the bill by the full Judiciary
Committee, which he also heads.
. The Senate subcommittee origi originally
nally originally was scheduled to convene
about noon but met Instead about
9:30 a.m, Johnston complained to
newsmen that his first notice of
the 9 a.m. time was an. 8:15 a.m.
telephone call to his- home. i t
Voting for the hearing cuto!f
were Msubcommittee vs. Chairman
Thomas A, Henmngs (D-Mo) and
Sens; Roman L. Hruska, (R-Neb),
Joseph .' C. O'Mahoney R-Wyo)

and Arthur V. Watkins (R.Utah)J

ine sevenm memoer,, aen. Wil William
liam William Langer (R-ND) is ill and was
i.

action amounts to-, "taking -away

the constitutional rights of

people." ...
- ,Ervin said the subcommittee ac

tion would "prevent" adequate

bearings. In that case, he added,
"he full s committee certainly

should conduct- adequate hear hearings."
ings." hearings." '-. f.
Ervin also v said subcommittee
members now will have to decide

whether to attend afternoon sub

commttee hearings or toe xercise
his "constitutional" duty and at

tend 'Senate debate on President

. He said members who decided

to attend the hearings would be
"violating the letter and spirit" of

the Senate rules.

Senate rules forbid a committee
meetine While the Senate itself Is

in' session. Strict enforcement nf

that rule nrevented an afternoon

bearing by the subcommittee last
Thursday.
Ervin repealed his statement
that'the administration was asking
for the right to seek court orders
which, under an old reconstruct

ftion-era law, can be enforced by

calling out troops,
"I think that is a power which
nn anaA President would want and

no bad ? President, cqull have,"

Ervin said. 1

The 9:30 a.m. meeting was sug

gested by Watkins who previously
voted against a Hennings motion
to limit the hearings, However, he
changed his position and voted for
the March.,5 cut-off. i
.Watkins. told newsmen 'that if
various interested Broups would

designate two or three witnesses
to present their- Views, -"prdbably,
in -1Q" days we could wind this

thing up." :
- The senator said he wants, to

rive everyone "a fair opportunity"

to testify on civil rights bills but
that he does "not intend" to let

Johnston said the subcommittee the hearings ''run on" indefinitely.

V ;
Playwright Miller Indicted
, For Refusing To Name Reds

bis daughters, V7ally and Wanda,
walked behind the iaearse,;, as is

the. custom.

hearts and clubs.

Before you iro any farther, see
if you can fhid. thia; squeezes
. '- vi- .-'"- j'-r -'-"., .-U
, Thewhple point lies in the
discords from dummy. Paul won
the opening: diamond' lead arid
started to run trumps. On the
fifth and sixth, trump leads he
discarded dummy's two little
hearts. After th play "of tho

fifth trump East was down to
three hearts and four crabs. On

: The early life .of Helen Keller.

with Fatti (The Bad Seed) McCor McCor-mick
mick McCor-mick starred,- slated f o r TV's
Playhouse 90., i. The billing row
between Libera ce and Jayne Mans Mansfield
field Mansfield on a recent TV show. Jayne
took top billing in the opening, Li Li-berace
berace Li-berace in the close. f

' The big- 20th Century-Fox stu studios
dios studios planning seven new half-hour
telefilm series. First, to reach the
cameras will be "How to Marry, a
Millionaire' based on the movie,
followed by ."Mother Is a Fresh

man.", v-; Joan Blondell slated to

be announced for the. TV version
of "Baby Snooks." .Jockey Bil Billy
ly Billy Pearson's confession about the
$64,000 auestion show:r- .. s,
' I really don't know if the auiz

shows are honest When they first

, . i auuwB die I

uie sixin trump ne aeciaeaw interviewed me before the show

2 $$Lr.i, bout Chinese art. So from that!

hrtop dubs. ruffed Tdub with vL' ,C "y
Ml last trump, and jnada the questions about Chinese art, 'v
last three tricks with the-ace.j

Kins; oi neuru jiiiu uie leiiimii leiiimii-int:
int: leiiimii-int: club.
Hod East discarded a heart,
Paul would have cashed the ace
and kin of both suits, returned
to his hand by trumpms a club,
and made, the thirteenth trick
with a small heart in his owq
hand.

I FOR MARIAN YEAH Tnii 1
- on of three new stamps Juit:
'. Issued Jby.the Vatican post of-l
l flee to commemorate a special
- Marian Year being held in Po Poland.
land. Poland. Stamp shows Madonna of
'the Sanctuary of Czestocbowa
. 'holding the fhrist child..

" WASHINGTON, Febi 19 (UP) -Arthur
Miller. 41. playwright hus-

band of actresr Marilyn Monroe,

was indicted lor contempt oi

Congress today -for refusing to

identify alleged Communist Writ

ers. . . 1

The Federal Grand Jury that

considered the case also returned

a contempt indictment against

Otto Nathan, New York Universi University
ty University professor and executor of the
estate of the late Albert Einstein.

Both appeared before a House

subcommittee on un-American ac

tivities last year In connection

with, an investigations of -alleged

passport abuses. . ...

.Miller, a Pulitzer Prize' winner,
Issued a statement through his at attorney
torney attorney saying, he would seek dis dismissal''
missal'' dismissal'' of the indictment. He said

the two questions he refused to
answer were "irrelevant' to the

inquiry.; i ,
"The ci n t en p t citation for

which : I must no w stand trial

was based on my refusal, on
grounds of conscience, to name

certain persons wno were present
at a meeting of authors nine

years ago," MUler said.

"1 'answered luny ail quesitons
regarding' myself and asked pnly
that I not be forced to name other
people whom Iv believed to be in innocent
nocent innocent of wrongdoing."

Nathan was indicted on four

counts for refusing to tell thf

House group whether he was ever

a Communist. He. lnvoaea tne

First, Fourth and. Ninth amend amend-menu
menu amend-menu but pot the Fifth which pro
trt aeainst-self-lncrimination.

Miller will be arraigned March

V He faces. a maximum penalty
if convicted on both counts of two

vmm In orison and S2.000 line

Nathan -could be fined $4,000 and

sentenced to four years if con

victed on all four counts. r

Both had been Involved In pass-

Dort difficulties but r finally .. re-

received temporary : permits to
visit Europe. Miller honeymooned
there with Miss Monroe. Nathan

made a business trip ..connected
with the Einstein estate.
MUler told the House group he
belonged to .the .National Council
of Arts, Sciences and Professions,
which was 'placed ob lh -attorney
moral's subversive list. He

denied that he ever, made appli

cation to loin the ; communist

party.;'- ? ::- VV -;

The questions be refused to
answer werer "Can you Ull us

who was there when you'waiaea
iittw the robm? and "Was Arnaud

TTUsseaa chairman of this jneet jneet-ing
ing jneet-ing of Communist party writers
which took place in 1947 at which

you were in attendance?"
Miller told the investigators be

V ' fv(,, ' '.';.. '": ir'
would "tell ,yotf ahythdng about
myself but I cannot take respon responsibility
sibility responsibility for, another human being."
In his statement today, Miller
said he was advised by his coun counsel,
sel, counsel, Joseph Rauh, that ''questions
regarding the identity of the au authors
thors authors werei not relevant to an in investigation
vestigation investigation of passport abuses."
He contended that "refusal to an answer
swer answer irrelevant questions is not
punishable.".

NEW POST Following se secret
cret secret meetings of the Soviet
Communist i Party Central
Committee in Moscow, Andrei
Qromyko .(above) was' named;
liew Soviet Foreign Minister,
Oromyko replaces D m i tri
Shepilov, who was ousted after
'servlns; only nine months' in
v-.i : office. i ,j
Solon Hopes Ike
Apoinls Justice
Vith Experience
WASHINGTON Feb. 19 (UP1-

Sen. John C. Stennis (D-Miss) to

day renewed at drive to require
that every other nominee to the

supreme court have 10 years
service as a judge.1

Ann icr a fnftvs aw iuAri Iiivm

' iVaaf .,. V. ivi iiivi JUUC 111111
self, told the -.Senate he hopes
President Eisenhower will name
a man with, judicial experience to

succeed retiring Associate Justice

Stanley r, need,

He said the' Senate should set

up some standards for confirming

justices, however, because of the

"recent trend in federal court de decisions
cisions decisions resulting from the practice

of making appointments to the Su

preme Court on other bases than

judicial merit and experience."

Stennis.. who Introduced a simi-

lar resolution last year," aid it

would not have the effect of law.

But he said it would set up a
guide for Senate action on nominees..

He said the Supreme Court has

"upset its own body of case, law
to the extent that judicial prece precedent,
dent, precedent, probably- means less in the

Supreme Court.. .than in any other

court, state or teaerai, in tne

country." r 1

Stemvis blamed this on "the

practice of making appointments
to the Supreme Court- on other

basis than, judicial merit and ex

perience." :

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announced. Miss gevington Is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Boyd M. Bevlngton of Balboa.

PRESIDENT OF PANAMAWILL INAUGURATE ROTARY CONVENTION
AT CRISTOBAL HIGH SCHOOL AUDITORIUM THURSDAY NIGHT
' '''"xlrwSdeBt'ot' MmrEroeto de la Guardia, will inaugurate the 25th Annual
Cenference of the 110th District of Rotary International at .the Cristobal High School
tAnanSSl areioniing from Guatemala, El aKador, Honduras, Nt-

! cararua, Costa wca ana rannma.

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tngaaement Announetd
Mr. and Mrs. Boyd M. Beving-tdn-of
Balboa announce the engage
iieftt o their daughter ; i Manlyl
jtoyce tol MrJUchard Oajyeraott
If Mr. And Mrs. Edward Gayer of
Winsted, Conn.
Mis Bevington, a graduate of
Balboa High School and the Canal

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ion6' Junior College grad u a t e d presence of a few close friends and

this month from Bryant College iv relatives. Mrs. uaroara ueaaie ot

Providence, R.I. where she was
a member of Sigma Lota Chi Sor Sorority.
ority. Sorority. 'J K
Mr 'v.ayeT A an accounthu; and
finance major, and a member of
Phi Sigma Nu'fraternity at Bryant
will graduate in August.
The weddins date has been set

for Saturday, Aug! 24 and will be
in Winsted.
Mrs. Mairlert, Petersen '
Will Give Tea

v Mrs. Mainert J. Peterson wiil
entertain with a tea on tomorrow'

afternoon, from four to six o'clock;

at the Deanery of St. Luke's Ca
thedral, Ancon, for a group of la

Margarita and Sgt. Thomas Carn

ey of Fort Sherman, were the on

ly attendants. .f

f ouowmc the ceremony an m-

forriialfeceptiori ind buffet sup

per was held at the rort Davis

N.C. Club,

r Mrs. Johnson,, who. was raised
on the Canal Zone and ; attended

Cristobal Schools, is presently em.
ployed at "Motta's" in Colon.' Mr.
1 i r a n.

junnson is a oergeanv-isi ua;a,

taking their guests-to Santa Clara.
Mr. and Mrs.. Elden Phtlan t :
Have Howseguett
Mr. and Mrs. EHon Thelan of
Balboa have as their houseguest

Mrs. Annaneue Jt uriong of North
hampton. Mass.

Mrs. Furlong arrived by Bran'l

ui 1 naay evening. She plans to

siy ior iwo .weeKS' .
Mr. W. S. Mead k

Visiting From Stat(
Mr. S. Wi'Mead nf FwirnQvilla

New Jersey,, is visiting the Istli.
mus as the guest of Jiis brother

iiu, Bitsicr-jn-iaw, Mr, and Mrs.
Burton H. Mead of Las Cumbres,
R. de P. ; 1

Pacific Navy, Wives Club
Go To ; Taboga ;

The Pacific Navv.1 Wive. Huh

took a trip, to Taboca Island a

board the YTB-536 Thursday.
After tourinff the island fhoi.

had lunch at the hotel and went

ior a swim. .-t' 1 t v.'

Husbands, house' guests anl nro

spectiye members were invitori

Those who Went alons realty n

joyed the outing.

Mr i Rciman Returns

r-rom Costa Rica

Mrs. Carmen v Camnos -Reiman

reiuruea irom UOsla Kipa Snnriav

She had been1 there to visit her

mower, wno la 1U. r
Gold Coast Orchid Society
Holds Annual Dinner Party .
The tGold Coast Orchid Society
held their 5th Annual Dinner Par Party
ty Party at the Fort Wm. D Davis Of Officers
ficers Officers Club on Friday evening. This

auair. nas always been a prelude
to the annual Orchid Exhibit whit
will be held this -year at the Elks
Club, Gulick Road Margarita, C.
Z. on March, a,,-, and 3, Saturday
and Sundayi T .,i h
Mr. Walter Wilkinson w. tns'st

(master for tj-e evening and hi

wiuy reinants ana introductions of.

various visitors wa the highlight

' auuuai uinner party,
The banquet table was arrang-

n open square, xashion, dec-

- Each notice for incliuioa in this
column should be : itibmiltod in
typewritten form and mailed ee
trio boa number listed daily in. 'So 'Social
cial 'Social and Othcrwiia," or dalivtrod dalivtrod-by
by dalivtrod-by hand to the office. Notice of
mastingi .cannot be actapud by
talaphona. .

Nafionai Sojourners

Will Meet Tomorrow

Panama Chapter. No. 35. Nation

al Sojourners, will meet tomorrow

at the Fort Clayton Officers' Club
at 1900 hours.

Cocktails (cash bar) will be serv served
ed served at 1900 hours, to be followed by
a Dinner Meeting starring at 1930

nours. .. :

Dress for the occasion will be

coats and ties, 1 v

An interesting evening has been

arraigned for this meeting includ
ing the initiation pf sever- -1i
dates. ' v

It is urged that all Sojourners
attend and bring any visiting

brothers that they know are cur currently
rently currently visiting the Isthmus.
Officers Will Be' Eloetod

For .Recreation Beard 1
- A meeting to nominate and e-

iect officers f or the Canal Zone

.Recreation Board will be held Sat"
urday mornmg starting at 9 in the
Board Room of the Administration

Building. ' .,
i The meeting is open to all civili civilian
an civilian and military personnel from
both sides of the Isthmus who are
interested in helping with the sun
mer recreation-program this' year-

Cmdr. If. E. Small, Miss Florence

Edbrooke, Mr. and Mrs. E. A. CoxJ

wir. ana jwrs. it. Ai Graham, Col l
and Mrs McDuff. Commandant of

Fort Wm. D. Davis Post. Mr. anl1 John Mahonev.

Di:ib Cetera (tb
WEI Viiil Itxzizx
This Lc."3 Wc::::.:d
Flftv memhrrs Ant! crimcta a fU

Diablo Camera Club will, visit Qui.

to, Ecuador, on a photographic
field trip during riurinff tha

three-day weekend of Feb. 22, 23
and 24. This Is the largest group
of the amateur' photographers to
make, a field trip from the Isth Isthmus.
mus. Isthmus.
. Arrangements for the vkit were
facilitated through the cooperation
and courtesy of Senor Hugo Mon Mon-cayo,
cayo, Mon-cayo, Ambassador of Ecuador in

f anama. The employe-photographer
group -from the Canal Zone ex

pect to visit many of the places
of interest in and around Quito,

iirciuuing me c vaiiey 01 JLOs Chi
Ilos and the Indian village nt Din.

valo,: The colonian Spanish city of

wuiw, wim 11s scenic Beauty sur
rounded by snow-camied moun

tains, of which Cotopaxi is the high

est active. volcano m me world,
will be much photographed by the
club's photographers. This will be
the camera club's second field trip

Those who will make the trio are

Mr. and Mrs.., Harry Boland: Mr.

and Mrs. Charles M. Brandl, Mr.
and Mrs. Wllliairi R. Carlin, Or.,
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas J. Dee. Mr.

and Mrs. .M. ;W Fooscue, Mr and

Mrs. Koy. T.YHish. Mr. -and Mrs.

H. i I. Homa. Mr.: and Mrs Pres

ton; Minton, Mr and Mrs. Clifford
t r n ..... 1 1 ..m

v.' nussen, ana bits, vyiutam
Stock. Mr. and Mrs. Cecil' Vock-

rodt; MrsMargerie Balfour, Mrs.
Elizabeth Fielder. Mrs. Myrtle

Hugnes, Mrs. Jf auiine uodd, Mrs.
Nita Hartman,r Mrs. Anna Jones,
Mrs. Marie McNeff; t- the Misses
Masgaret Brenneman, Lydia Cza-

pea, Mary Heien &aas, Monica

arley; Hazel Griffith, Evelyn

Higgins, Stella Kazanowska; vena
Martens. Mary McEwen. Mildred

Neely, Mary Ward, Cecilia Wens-

ing; and Messrs. Robert L. L.

Browh, William Doc-son, and

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1 Colorful Cherry Compote
Honor George Washington

Mrs. Walter Wilkinson., Mr. anil

Thomas' W Fels. Mr. "anJlaaf

Louis Schuberg, Miss Fran-iMm lOrflll UI&I

Mrs.
Mrs.

cis Moomaw, Principal of South

Margarita school. Mr. and Mrs.

Joseph M Kenwsy, Mrs Peggj

tiotz ana oiners.

stationed at Fort
couple will make
Colon.

Sherman. The

their home in

dies who have come to Panama"""0"" Birth Of Daughter

Mr., ana Mrs. Luis ti. Armas of

as delegates to the Nineteenth An'

nual Meeting of the Woman's Auxt
iliary. of the Panama-Canal Zone;

Missionary District ot the episco
pal Church. Mrs; Peterson, wife
of the Dean, is District President
nf tha Auxiliary CuesU at the tp.v

wiU be delegates from the outlyJZone Schools' Division

ing areas in Colombia and West

era Panama, the Auxiliary offi

serving In the U. S. Army and i; orated with Miss Quiem Vandad's

orcmas. rresiaent Thomas WJ

reis was seated directly in- the

center section with other officers

ai-nis ngbt and left.

The display table held several

beautiful blooms, Strap Leaf e

Vandas, Hybrid vCataleys. as well

Mr. and Mrs. Luis Armas

Diablo Heiehts announce the birt'i as local snerips. Thn arvinv tnhin

01 tneir secona cniia, urst daugn daugn-ter
ter daugn-ter Feb. 13 at Gorgas Hospital.
The baby has been named Chris

tine Marie.

cers, and chairmen of the standJ Visitors From New Jersey

ing committees.

Johnson-Pretto Marriage
At Ft. Davis

Mrs. Jean Irving Pretto of Cc-

Ion and Robert David Johnson i f
Dayton, Ohio, were married Sun

day evening, Feb. 3, at 6:00 p.m.
at the Fort Davis Chapel.
Chaplain Merritt Dayton, U.S.A,
performed the ceremony in the

Mr. Armas Is with the Canal

Dr. and Mrs. Strumpf Entertain

After a delightful dinner an tt
tendance prize drawing was cn

ducted,. Mrs. Hots the first winner

selected Phal. Cast Iron Monarch,

wnicn was donated oy Mr. wukin

son, Mrs, A. Lox selected as

her prize a beautiful L. C. Aweiles

donated by Mrs. Fels. Xt. Com

mander Small selected a Dend-

robium Bigibum Comnactum. as

third prize, donated by L.- T. Schu

berg, while the last prize was won

by Miss Francis Moomaw a be u u-tiful
tiful u-tiful Oncidura Ansiferum, donated
by JArs, Dorothy Nichols. At the

close ot the evening the society

members gave a rising vote of

thanks to Mrs. H. E. Small. Jr.

who r was chairman for Hhe fifth
annual dinner .wto which was

by far the most delightful! affair

01 ue- cold coast orchid Society.

Annual SK Mary's ,'.,
R st at m a BIsaailnaBal '. :

'-. Monday evening" Sti -Mary's Mis-

zaar workers to make. plans for
the forthcoming annual charity ba.

raaar. ." e t '- ;hA ';..

This bazaar it held each vear

ior tne purpose 01 raising lunds to
help meet the many demands for
charity made upon Saint Mary's

tnrougnout me year. -!-

In Stockholm ;
Of Brain Ailment

k STOCKHOLM, Sweden, Feb: 19V

(UP) Swedish .actress Marta To-

ren died early today of a rare
brain ailment in Stockholm's South

Hospital.; She was 3L ; ''

Dr.. Goesta Von Reis who de

scribed her condition 1 as 'hone-

less," when she entered the hospi hospital
tal hospital Sunday in an extremely seri

ous condition said that there Was

nothing he could do.

"I. would describe- her case as

arrangement with drift wood dee

anew witn uamDoosa and vandas The bazaar committee formulat formulat-attracted
attracted formulat-attracted considerable attention, ed enthusiastic plans for provid provid-Among
Among provid-Among those present were Mr. ing an interesting and enjoyable

iiu naroia c. am a 11, jr. u.. charity lete lor the community.

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' FOR A FRESH approach to Washinston's birthday dessert, try
'1 red cherry compote, served with ahnond-IUvorcd white ake. .'-

By- CAYNOR MADDOX

NEA Food and Markets Eder

n AOC to' the cherry tree and

the I-cannot-tell-alie legend that's

always repeated on Washington s
birthdav. True or false? Makes

no differencedark red cher-ies

are- wonderful -eating r and., pow

me lime to enjoy mem... ,; ?

For Washington's burthday des

sert trv this zestful cherry com

pqte- jn which frozen, pineapple

and peaches play .. .the, supportmg

roies. , ,

1 r
4 " George Washington
Cherry Compote (Serve 4-1)
One No. '303 can dark." sweet

cherries, drained; one. 13V4 ounce
can frozen pineapple chunks, one

10-ouncd 1 can frozen peach slices,

cup Muscatel wine (optional).

Place frozen fruits in bowl to

thaw. Drain and pit cherries, re

serving cherry syruo. When near

ly thawed; drain combined frozen

fruits and reserve juice. ;

. Place Jn- serving bQwt with cher cherries.
ries. cherries. Add wine,' if desired,, and one
third cup juice from pineapple "and
peaches. "T,
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r- Allow te stand- before, servinf.
Serve with chiffon cake, 7 -If
. wine is used, resefver cherry
syrup and combined juices for
punch. 1
' .'.'Fragrarit, Cherry; funeh
To cherry syrUp 'and peach,
pineapple juice (about. cups)
add one' 7-ounce bottle of .carbo

nated lemon-lime beverage for a

delicious punch. . ;
WASHINGTON'S BIRTHDAY
DINNER: Celery, olives, standintt

rib roast of beef, .gravy, '.York-.

shire pudding, buttered bmssela
sprouts, carrots, beaten biscuits,
butter or margarine, cherry com compote,
pote, compote, almond-flavored :white cake,
coffee,' tea, -milk. y :$,

BY MRS, MURIEL i LAWRENCE, tied over her yesterday In thos

HrftP S U j. :i a.t. p

hnrl h a.M ahnrthr r,fMl i wiooweo moiner 01

sh5died.;he:wo.

from tier son it brought silence.

the;:hour.W; can do nothing for

ner,

Miss Toreh liad'been staying in

From? her daughter it broueht a

$2s check enclosed iri ? hastily

Stockholm for Jome time, playinj written- note- describing- the pro pro-the
the pro-the leading part in a Swedish com-ress ot grandchild's melsles: 1

edy hit She was stricken afteri

tne Saturday evening performance.
.Her husband,. playwright Leonar

do Bercovtci; arrived in Stockholm

. Mrs. G; was furious at her chil-l

m lawn Vi. i)jr HIIU-
afternooir she'd generated so muck
anger at it that she put herself to!

days, it was her spanked children

wno leit depressed not their ac-
tjvely angry mother.:- i v
But these days, they are 'out of
her reach. When they deny' her the
attention she wants, she can't grab
them and spank them. So her baf
fled ranger, seeking about for : it?
victim, decides to stretch her on
its bed : of pain inher 0 children'a
stead.-;,i:5''vil7;.s.;(y;.u'';',
' What nroductive thWpy rniiM

happen if Mrs.-vG.ould :'it ot

for'a visit shortly before she wifs bei with a raging headache,- But blaming her children for her state
stricken. ' of course she didn't aay -to her-land admit it's1 caused-by anger
' t I elf VMy. anger has stretched mo at their refusal of attention.1.

Miss ,Toren went to Hollywood out. on this. bed of :pain "'What

Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Butler ar

rived Saturday from New Jersey
to spend two weeks with Dr. and
Mrs. J. J Strumpf .of Ancon. Mr.

Butler is Mrs. Strumpf s nephew.'
' This weekend the Strumpfs are

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foodajcaa. At meal meal-time
time meal-time of bttwera
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tfaca the rcfrcib rcfrcib-anaot
anaot rcfrcib-anaot they vaat,
oad tha Uriah.

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, SEE A Lt MONSTRATION TODAY
...IN YOUR OVN OFrtCE
BOYD GROf WERS, INC.
"No. 30 Automobile Row y Tel. 2-2010

ten years, ago a f t e r attending
Stockholm's Roval Dramatir

School where Jngrid Bergman and:

ureia oaroo were trained. .' She
performed in 38 movies, most of

fihe married Bercovici in 1952

and bore him a daughter. Christi.

Judge Doubles As
Doctor I n Cort J
LONDON, ftb 19, (UP) Ju

venue ixmrt Maaistrata h w

Bailey had to. leave one profes

ion. ana enter anomer today dur during
ing during a trial -
The mother of a lS-vrir'. niA

gb-1 accused of shoplifting fainted
while giving testimony. Bailey,
who ; also is a physician, halted
the proceedings while he revived
the woman. .
Then he ordered her daughter
placed on one year's probation.

she said to herself was. "My chil-

ren's cruelty has stricken -jne." r
In her younger days, it was t.e
children Mrs. G. stretched out on
a bed of pain when they made
her angry. When Maudie or Frank;

denied her the attention she want wanted,
ed, wanted, she'd snank them and sav.

"Get up to your, bed before I. whip
you-again!'Sn J

m a result oi wis, oireet dis discharge
charge discharge of anger., none -of it was

left inside her to upset herdiges-J

iion ana give ner a headache. She

went vigorously on With her house-j

work ustead of crawling feebly a

FOR in this admissinn lia. thm

key truth to her whole problem
the simple,, understandable appeal appealing
ing appealing truth need appreciation."
Once she knows this is the need,
she can start filling ft Instead of
waitmg around for her children in

Kiecide to send her some- apprecla.
tion, she can Co and see her mini.

ister, her doctor, her local Criun-
ti1 ft Cn.lnl A : : I . t-m

. v owhi jijniciw ana say, i
am a useful person. Will you help
me find a place a where I can
help?" -c t- ,
: Unacknowledged anger It peo people
ple people always keeDS us coneentratid

on them. When we feel it for chil-

bout ul the cold, gray mist of de-jdren who no longer need us. i it
pression her, unreleased anger set-! can, blind us to people -who do, V

FRAIiXIE LYKOil
' and t V
tsniEf TEENAGERS
arr)ying;'vUrch:i i
VICEROY toldo

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CM IMmi: THnrt

THAT AS SCHOOL BURNS 8tndenta of Holy Sosary frad'
chooJ In Pittsburgh. pray In" church as. ft general alarm flrt
destroys part of their school. Only a few of the school's 100
pupils were In the "building; when -the lire hit.'. Moist o them
had gone home for lunch. No Injuries were reported.'

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TEE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILT NEWSPAPER I I
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The imiversity of Panama is

To lliibr In 1939 ;
LI (l TODAY

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LIGHTS MOMENT Enjoying a laugh before testifying on- the Administration's proposed
1 Civil Rights legislation are len to right): Sen. Irving Ives (R-NY),- Attorney General Bob Bob-rt
rt Bob-rt Brownell and Sen. John fitennls P-Miss). The three men were among the witnesses
1 called as the Senate Coiistitulonai Rights Subcommittee opened hearings, in Washington.

Solon Asks For New Tax Law
To Distribute Burden Evenly

.'WASHINGTON, .Feb. 1? (UP) --A
A --A top Democratic tax writer, as
serting that prospects" ox general
tax relief are "relatively remote,"
called .today for an early tax-law
overhaul Jo distribute, the- burden
as fairly as possible.
-The suggestion was made by
Tn Wilbur D. Mills (D-Ark),
chairman of the. House. Ways &
Means subcommittee on revenue
taxation, in a speech before the
Tax Executives Institute.
.mmic in npssimistic analysis
of the outlook for cuts In federal
spending and taxes proposed two
other steps to make sure us tea tea-eral
eral tea-eral tax system can "continue Jis Jis-cal
cal Jis-cal burdens of the magnitude of
the past several years.' They
were:
, H Take Over Strvlcts
t -The government must "face up"
to- the fact that some redistribu redistribution
tion redistribution of tax sources may be neces necessary
sary necessary to enable state and local' gov governments
ernments governments to take- over the con
stantly Increasing government ser;
vices demanded by the people.
Tax policy must be kept flexi flexible
ble flexible W permit 'a balanced pror
gram ot tax reduction" if in, the
months ahead "It becomes appar apparent
ent apparent that ; inflationary forces have
subsided and that a stimulus vis
needed PM maintain full use of
tmr ffrowine nroductive capacity."
Mills made clear, he did .not ex
pect this to happen, asserting tnat

'Leslie Spencer

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Leslie Spencer, Balboa Customs,
Tnsnector. thia week : waS present
d a Bachelor of General Studies
iDegree by Governor W. JJ. pot pot-tter,
tter, pot-tter, at a ceremony In the Govern-

Uachelor

- or 1 Otljce. J.niS ceremony iiiBiau
the first time in the history of the
Canal Zone that a college degree
has been presented by the Govern Governor
or Governor and honored Spencer as Hie
first Canal employe-to receive a
degree under the Louisiana State
" University Caribbean Program. 1
v Spencer, -who Is 42 ; years old,
. 'and' has been employed by e

Canal Zone' Government for 16;
'years, nas the distinction of grad grad-V
V grad-V uating from a school he has nev never
er never seen. In doing so he amassed
a formidable scholastic record 'A'
grades in all but three of the 30
courses, and ,"B'in those three.
' The LSU. Program permits a stuv
deut to progress as rapidly as it
is possible on campus by offering
a concentrated course consisting
of five eisht-week semesters; of
' ifight classes esch year. During
his first irear, Mr, Spencer at-,
tended classes four nights a week
and during a recent semester sue-:
eeeded in attending nve nights
weekly...
s Spencer'acolleBe education ex-
, tends over a period of time dating
-back to, 1942 when he studied at
theUniversity of Panama taking
courses taught in the Spanish Lan Lan-'
' Lan-' luige.1 From 1954 to 1955, he was
a student afr.the Canal Zone Junior
College front which he received
an Associate in 'Arts degree,.' gra graduating
duating graduating with, high honors.
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"if we' could count on being able
to make substantial tax reduc

tions in the near future, which all
of us would welcome, there would
be much less urgency for tax- re reform
form reform now i . 1 j
Reductions Remote
v,"But so long as both budgetary
and economic considerations make
the prospects for such reductions
relatively remote,; -we ; must now
get on withf the work of tax re
form." v.:
The aim', he said, should be to
make the tax system -"the fairest
and best' system we can devise.'f
Mills pointed out that the Way
&; Means Committee,. which, origi originates
nates originates tax legislation, already has
rewritten and clarified many of
the federal tax laws and is How
engaged in reviewing basic tax
policy,, including administration
and enforcement of-the tax laws,
But he said thisris 'only a.be a.be-ffinnine"
ffinnine" a.be-ffinnine" in the task of framing a
tax system characterized bjr simr
pticity, aosence or discrimina discrimination,
tion, discrimination, a hieh decree of responsive
iiess to changes in economic com
ditions f and a lacx ot v nny oias
against, jsmall and new; business,
. Mills said economic signposts
point to another year; "of further
economic growm ; u wiu
"one major reservation '-fine- con
tinuing threat or inflation wnicn
would cut into any real gains in
national productivity. ;
Is Presented

Degree By Governor

During his vacation in 1955, Spei
cer attended tne intercession ana
Summer Session at Boston ? Uni University
versity University where he passed examina examinations,
tions, examinations, satisfied course- require require-ments,
ments, require-ments, and was accepted by the
Graduate Division of the Universi University
ty University with the provision that he earn
his BGS degree before September;
,i ;.(-Vii.'.' -s f -?...'"'-
' Having satisfied these require requirements
ments requirements and having received a leave
of absence from -the Canal Zone
Government, Spencer plan to at attend
tend attend the Graduate School of Busi
ness Administration for the acade
mic year 1957-1958 to work for a
Master's Degree in Business Ad
ministration with a major in Man Management
agement Management and' a minor in Account-
ing,;,. V;;
Red China To Send
Oelegafe To" Ghana
s LOUDON. Feb. 19 V OTP)
Communist China said today It
will Bend a vice- premier to at attend
tend attend the Ghana (Gold Coast)
independence ceremonies at
which Vice President Richard M.
Nbton will represent the United
States.' -.
! Radio Peipinir identified Mar
Shal Nieh June Chen as the rep representative.
resentative. representative. Observers here be believed
lieved believed that Nixon's plans to fet fet-tend
tend fet-tend apparently led the Commu Communist
nist Communist Chinese "to name a high high-ranking
ranking high-ranking delegate. -t ;. ;" ;
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The "war party"" that arrived at'
Tocumen Sunday afternoon were a
group of happy; warritorj xeturn-i
ing irom the; San Bias Islands with
nandsfui of spears molas,-- tiger
teeth necklaces, baskets and carv
ings purchased .from. the. Indians.
The party consisted of persons
stationed in the Canal Zone, rf i
' Among, pievi t were Carol And
loL-iifouer, muiiam a vis
Kicnara Turner, Dale Young,. Ken
metn. Eastridce. Robert Waltfa
Evelyn Horne. -Betty Thomas, Befc
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ininicimi i., ijw ram xeuros. TJiS.
and Virainia Rollowell.
The group reported tHat tKe San
Bias Islands ; are an ideal place
to live If they can kind one with
electricity, 'club-house and TV, they
win uupe to ay ngm; nere.. "'
The expedition : wa arr a n g ed
through the National' Tourist Com Com-'mission.
'mission. Com-'mission. .The group flew; in a CO
PA plane to Manduiea. tramoed to
the coast,; and boarded smallcraft
ipr visits- to the islands.: -; r 5
Old Fdrmfidnd
tONDON Feb. 19 (UP) Radio
Moscow said tfldav 'a 19vear-old
farmer fwa running for a seat In
tne local paruament electiMis-tia
Azerbaija. '
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of fertnir courses in the German
language at this year's summer
school. The method of teaching
that will Tam used is called, the

"Intensive .method" nnd has
been worked out and applied by
the German Department of Vale
University lor the pasp lo years.
Tt la destined to nreoare the
student to speak and understand
German in tne snoriest possioie
time as well as to Rive basic
training1 to the student of the
sciences, philosophy ; ana art,
who wishes to use it matmy for
translation or German text, in
his field. ...
The courses will be given' by
mm. Marianne : Burkenroaa,
Bryn Mawr graduate.
rh 'Virt. rnurse will start
Mondav. Feb. 25 and will end A
prll 18. Matriculation is ; being
heio now ai me umvaiiy oui oui-mer"
mer" oui-mer" school, Monday through
Friday 9'a.m. to 12 ana 3 io o
p.m., and Saturday from 9 a.m,
to 12;; ' ;
Mutual Denef if Group
Names Woman
To Head Committee
Kettinff'a new Dattertt of opera-
tin,, hu annnintine a female mem-
hup to head. one of the most im-
portant. committees of h organj-
lation. lhe St. Peter's Church Mu
tual. Benefit Society's committee
of management in : us icpuioi i
monthly meeting held last week
appointed Mrs. Lola George to
the chairmanship- of the "special
C.rBayne and Ci E. HiywoodJ
were aooomted secretary ana cq
giAiiiwi-iiuw.wj -"r
tively, other memners on toe com
mittee are K. L, Harris, A. A
Hall. t. E. Havwood. E. M: Best,
E. Hinds,. Prescott, 1 Mcken
zie W Myne and .r. Jones.
vThis committee whose primary
responsibihty is to taise funds to
meet the many, requests from de
stitute memoers oi ine orgauua
tion and others. in need, has pre prepared
pared prepared an' extensive', proerainY'
' The first activity listed on the
program is already in its initial
stacea- and will be- completed and
presented to the membership at
the next general meeting.
' Another meetinf of the iommit
tee will be held oii Monday at the
usual meeting place, beginning at
. ira r.aa ..;
moua JDttov, tne candidate, as
the. head of aviaimly E.mor than
100.. It said;be worked on a col
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LONDON. Feb. 19 (UP) The

Duke of Windsor made an ; nth
hour plea to Adolf Hitler in 1939
in a personal effort to stave off
World War II, 4t was disclosed to
day.
The latest volume of captured
documents of German foreign po policy
licy policy published by the government
today carritd Hitler s reply to the
duke. i -.
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'You may rest assured that my
attitude toward Britain and my de
sire to avoid ano thewraretebnwe
sire to avoid another war between
our peoples remains unchanged'
the. Hitler telegram said.
It was dated Aug. 31. 1939. just
prior to the German strike into
Poland and declarations of war on
Germany by Britain and France.
Jhe text of the duke's message
was not contained in the docu
ments. But his office here said he
bad sent telegrams to bqth Hitler
and King Victor Emmanuel of Ita Italy
ly Italy Aug. 27, 1939j "imploring Jhem
for the sake of humanity to prevent
tne ouioreaK of war."
Th'Duke of Windsor was pro
claimed King Edward VIII of Eng England
land England Jan. 20, 1936, but .never was
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INTERNATIONAL AMBASSADORS 0F'; GOOD". WILL T?nfni5 stars representing 13 countries are shown lined up before the'start of the annual El Panama International Invitational Tennis Tournament which -got underway ?iasV$ht
!, when President Ernesto de la Cuardia Jr. threw out the first balL Countries represented In the tourney are Germany,' Australia, Brazil, Costa Rica, Cuba, United States,. Great Britain! Guatemala, Italy,' Mexico, Peru, Sweden Vene-f

. zuefa and Panama.

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Bloomer

Mps Ramirez M Opemiig

President Gets International
Tennis Tournament Underway

Britain's Shirley Bloomer' last night defeated
Mexico's Yola Ramirez, 6-3, 3-6, 6-3, in the opening
match of the second annual El Panama internation international
al international invitational tennis tournament.
! The Bloomer-Ramirez match, which lasted well
over two hours, followed the introduction of the
players representing 13 countries, to. President Er Ernesto
nesto Ernesto de la Guardia Jr., who then participated in
"the flag-raising ceremony and threw out the first
ball to get the tournament under way.

i while the Ramirez-Bloomer
natch was being played on the

Bta!dlum court two other match match--
- match-- jes 4n the women's singles were

' irrthe first of these Karol Fa
tertos dereated Hilda Herrera 6

1. 4-1 and in the second Mary

Anh Mitchell easily eliminated
Paallne Edwards 6-1. 6-0. In the

" third match on the No. 2 court

Rota Marie Reyes defeated Sa
rah Turner 6-4. 6-3.

' in the first men's singles
match of the evening, which

" iwa. olaved tn the stadium

' court, Whitney Reed of the
United States defeated Orlando

. Gafrido of Cuba 6-2, 8-6.

1 in the Bloomer Ramirez
! matdh. Miss Bloomer won the

- lirtt lour games of the first set
before Miss Ramirez could over over-irnm.
irnm. over-irnm. her service faults and win

' the fifth game. Bloomer took

the sixth game and Ramirez ral ral-.
. ral-. J led to take the next two. The
jninth game went to de-ice twice
before Miss Bloomer, after win win-"
" win-" rttog the advantage Doint. scor scored
ed scored .the game-point with a nice
passing shot.
Miss Ramirez rallied In the
second set taking the first two
; games and after droiroino; the
next two took the lead 3-2. Miss

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make the score 3-3 then Rami

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losing only a total of lour
points

Two Summit Teams Reach Best Ball Tourney. Sdmi find is
DEFENDING CHAMPIONS BEAT. V. Lombroia and H. Beall de-1 iARBTVr:s for KFMTFrv.tis .. ,. : 1 L J

The Mexican star' lost the first
two games of the third set but
took three of he next four to
get on even terms- with Miss
Bloomer. Apparently tired Miss
Ramirez dropped the new three
games taking only a total of two
points In the three games.
Results of other matches are:

Pancho Contreras (Mexico)-

defeated Sid Schwartz IU.S.),
6-2, 6-3.
Dorothy Head Knode (U.S.)
seeded No. 2) defeated Margaret
Bronstrom (Sweden), 8-3, 6-0.
Mario Llamas (Mexico) de defeated
feated defeated Iyo Pimentel; (Venezue (Venezuela)
la) (Venezuela) 6-2, 6-4.
Today's Schedule
Stadium Court
First Match 7 p.m.
Maria Esther Bueno, Brasil vs.
Jean Clark, United States.

Second Match
Wade Herren, United States
vs. Armund Vielra, Brasil.
Third Match

Peter Scholl, Germany vs. Jim and George, Riley were four

DEFENDING CHAMPIONS BEAT

MITTEN AND RIGGS IN NA

TIONAL DISTILLERS CHAMPIONSHIP

Two Summit. Hills teams and

the defending champions ad advanced
vanced advanced to the semifinals of the

National Distillers Best t Ball

Tournament at Summit Hills

yesterday. The Riley Brothers,
George and Jim, defeated the
Brazos Brook duo of A. Galindo
and Don Hauss, 4 and 2 and the
team of Perc Graham and Jack
Smith defeated C. Robertson

and C. Bostic, 6 and 4.
Defending champions Bill Le Le-Brun
Brun Le-Brun and Jim Hinkle moved in in-to
to in-to the semi-finals on a one up,
19 hole win over Herb Mitten

and Cal Riggs. Norman Lewter

ana Charles MacMurray defeat defeated
ed defeated the Summit team of Bob To To-land
land To-land and Ralph Miller. 2 and 1.

the pairings for the semifinals
put the Riley Brothers against
Lewter and .MacMurray and the
LeBrun-Hinkle combination a-

gainst Smith and Graham.
No Summit team survived
the quarterfinals in the first
flight. The closest match in
this flight was a one up, 19
hole win for W. Davis and F.
Jorgensen over C. Castaneda.
and D. F. K. Brown. Other
teams advancing to the semi semifinals
finals semifinals are S. Garrlel and A. O.
Kline, M. H. Mahone and J. K.
Lally and Vince Lombroia and
H. Bead.
Pres Trim Sr.. and Dick Egolf

fought back from a 5 and 6 def deficit
icit deficit to a 1 up win on the 19th
hole to keep a Summit team in
the second flight. Bob Bowen
and W. G. Jamison are the only
players left In the third flight

representing summit cut in tne

fourth flight three Summit
teams have advanced to the

semifinals.

! RILEY BROTHERS FOTTt UN UNDER
DER UNDER PAR IN MATCH WITH
I GALINDO AND HAUSS

Gulseppe Merlo, Italy.

Fourth Match
Pimentel-Garrido vs.
Schwartz.
' Court Two

Vleira-

Flrst match 7 p.m.
Don Candy, Australia vs. Wade

Heme, Canal Zone.

Second Match
Mervyn Rose. Australia vs.

Juan Ruiz,. Peru. .

Third Match
Rose-Candy-vs. Scholl-Herrerf.
Fourth Match
Wer-Herne vs. Pimentel-Gar

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under par for the sixteen holes

it took to. eliminate Anmai ua ua-lindo
lindo ua-lindo and Don Hauss. The first
nine was a see-saw affair. The
Riley team was one upat the
turn and the Brazos team seem seemed
ed seemed to be going along in good
stvle. But on the back nine aft

er halving the tenth hole the
Rllev duo took the next three

holes to go four up as they teed
off for Number 14.
On the fourteenth Galindo

chipped his third shot into the
hole for an eagle and tbft match
was still alive. They halved the

15th and both Jim, and George

blrdied No. 16 to wrap up the

match.

The results of the quarter-fi

nals and the parings lor tne

semi-finals follow:
G. Riley and J. Riley defeated
A. Galindo and D. -Hauss, 4 and
2. ' -; x'
N. Lewter and C. MacMurray
defeated H. J .Tolandnd R.

Miller, J and 1.
W. LeQrun and J. Hinkle de defeated
feated defeated H. Mitten and C. Riggs 1
ud. 19 holes.

J. Smith and P. Graham de defeated
feated defeated C. Robertson and C. Bos Bostic,
tic, Bostic, 6 and 4.
FIRST FLIGHT
B. Garriel and A. O. Kline de

feated D. Drennan and J. Wat Watson,
son, Watson, 2 and 1.
M. H. Malone and J. K Lally
defeated C. Serger and R. Suii Suii-man,
man, Suii-man, 1 up.
W. H. Davis and F. Jorgensen

defeated C. Castaneda and D. F.
K. Brown, 1 up, 19 holes.

V. Lombroia and H. Beall de.

feated C. V. Young and W. W,
Best, 3 an4 2. v.
SECOND FLIGHT
R. McLaln and L. Latham de

feated J. Mularky and B. Ellch,

j ana i.

H. T. Perante and H. Engelke

aeieated S. E. Growaen and T.
H. Sewell, 6 and 4.

P. Trim Sr. and R.. Egolf de-

leatea N. M. Bunk and j. R.
Hudson, 1 up 19 holes.
H. W. Schull and R. C. Walker
defeated J. Annacherico and W.
A. Duffus, 4 and 3.
THIRD FLIGHT

R. Bowen and W. G. Jamison

defeated E. M. Cherry and W.

McCue, S and. 4,

B. Medinger and A. Perrgand
defeated T. F. Ryan and J. N.

Williams, 3 and 2.
T. J. Stumpf and R. L. Hughes
defeated J. Gt Macoubray and S.

la. Henry, i up.1
G. R. Gildersleeve and L. Clev Clev-enger
enger Clev-enger defeated J. F. Cain and
R. Crush, 2 up.
FOURTH FLIGHT
F. Ortiz and F. Brace defeated

W. Esslinger and E. C. Jones, 1

UP.

J. Montanye and M. wheller

defeated P. Hertgen and J

Goodwin. 1 up.

joe Salterio and John Salterlo

defeated E. Enele and J. Feeley.

5 and 4.

T. Scott and D. Parr defeated

R. Reece and J. Smith, 3 and 1.

Women's Flight
Lynn Jones and C. Perantle

defeated L. Knuth and J. Mular Mularky,
ky, Mularky, 5 and 4.
S. Carpenter and M. Taylor
defeated Louise Jones .. and J.
Stlrwalt, 5 and 4.
K. Call and M. Briggs defeated
E. Wright and J. Morris 4 and 3.
P. Trim and P. Montanye de defeated
feated defeated L. Hopson and G. Riley,
5 and 4.

PARRINGS FOR SEMIFINALS

CHAMPIONSHIP FLIGHT

G. Riley and J. Riley vs N.

Lewter and C. MacMurray

W. LeBrun and J. Hinkle vs.

J. Smith and Perc Graham.

FIRST' FLIGHT
S. Garriel and A. O. Kline- vs
M. H. Malone and J. K. Lally.

W .H. Davis and F. Jorgensen

vs. v. Lombroia and c. v. young.

' SECOND FLIGHT
R. McLaln and j, Latham Vs.
H. T. Perantle and H. Engelke.
P. Trim Sr. and R, Egolf vs.
H. W, SchuH and R. C. Walker,
THIRD FLIGHT ; ;
R.' Bowen and W. G. Jamison
vs. B. Medinger and A. Perreand.
T. J. Stumpf and R. L, Hughes

vs. G. R. Gildersleeve and L.

Clevenger.

FOURTH FLIGHT
F. Ortiz and F. Brae- vs. J.
Montanye and M. Wheller.
' Joe Salterlo and John salte salterlo
rlo salterlo vs. T. Scott and D. Parr.

WOMEN'S FLIGHT
Lynn Jones and C perantie

vs. s. Carpenters ahd M. Taylor.

K. Call and M. Briggs vs. Trim

and p. Montanye.

Sports Briefs

, By UNITED PRESS
BOWIE. Md- Kaoichan; sped

to a lii length triumph in the $16,-

550 Miss Maryland Stakes for
three-year old fillies before a
crowd of 18,105.

BOCA RATON. Fla. Ann Rich

ardson and Jack Penrose won the

National Mixed Foursomes Golf
Tourney, upsetting the defending
champion team of Anne Quast and
J. Walcott Brown on the 37th hole.

College Cage
Scores
. By UNITED PRESS
- EAST
St. Bonaventure 57 Canisius 48
LaSalle 8" Duquesne 80

Holy Cross 99 St. Francis NY 87

Colgate -84 .Syracuse 83 OT
Fordham 76 Niaeara ,73

Yale 7J Cornell 56

Seton Hall 99 Georgetown 91 OT

Connecticut 88 Rhode Island 79
Manhatan 72 Army 70 OT
Richmond 65 Villanova 64

Pen St, 1 80 W.Va 65

Pittsburgh 79 Navy 63

MIDWEST

Iowa St 59 Nebraska 47

St. Louis U. 78 Wichita 68

Drake 74 Tulsa 61
Kansas St. 100 Okla. City 82

Kansas 91 Missouri 58
DePaul 75 Baldwin Wallace 70

Minnesota 74 Purdue 61

Ohio St. 63 Wisconsin 50

Detroit 60 Okla. A&M 57 -Mich.
St. 77 Iowa 67
Michigan 102 Illinois 89

Indiana 87 Northwestern 74
Cincinnati 82 Loyola La.s77
SOUTH
'
Miami Fla. 85 Miss. Sou. 78
Louisville 87 Xavier Ohio 69 1
Memphis St. "96 Houston 86
Auburn 99 La. St. 62
Vanderbilt 69 Tenn. 62
Clemson 84 Virginia 81

MIAMI BEACH Gen Dukt championship.

beat Bold Ruler the 2-to-5 favor

ite by a head to win the $30,350

Everglades Stakes for 3-year olds

before 26,276 fans. ;

ARCADIA. Calif.' Our Betters

flashed to victory in the $58,700

Santa Margarita Handicap for the
Santa Anita meeting filly-mare

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MERVYN ROSE No. 6 ranked AustealianHennte atarlll
team with countryman Don Candy In the doubles competition
of the El Panama Invitational Tennla Championship Tourna Tournament
ment Tournament which got underway, last nighU Rose jnakea his local
debut tonight against Peru's Juan Riiiz, in a singles match.
Rose Is one of the favorites to. win In both singles and doubles.

Western Ky: 97 Morehead 81

Florida 89 Miss. St. 80 r
Alabama 72 Tulane 53 ; .
Maryland 56 N.C. sUte 49 .i
Duke 75 Wake Forest 64
Mississippi 99. Georgia 91 V

southwest, -'a if ';;

Arizona 96 Ariz. Tempe St. 90
Rice 79 Texas 63 'v v'".

Texas Tech 70 Tex. Western 44

TCU 64 Arkansas 57 -;: .' i :

Tex. A4M 64 .Baj,tt5i
"yt-h ;:'-':west't";: '.
Colorado- 75 Oklahoma 69
Idaho St, .84 Mont. St.; 77 1
Brigham Young 69 Wyoming- 47
Fresno St. 53 San Francisco -51

Washington 65 Oregon" 63 L
UCLA 79 Stanford 61 v v :;,
California 71 Idaho 56 V v
Colorado A&M 67. Utah "St 65
Washington St. 70 Sou. Calif ;.64

MEN'S SINGLES

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Mervyn Rose (Australia)
Juan Rata (Pern)

Bye
Jerry Moss

(US)

Mario Llamas (Mexico)
Eyo Pimental (Venesuela)
v

Peter Scholl- (Germay)
Gulssepe Merlo (Italy)

Whitney Reed (US).

Orlando Garrtdo (Uub

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Wade Herron (US)
Armando Vielra, (Braill)

Sidnrr Schwftrtc (US)- - I

Fraaciaco Contreras (Mexico) J

Webb Heare (Canal Zona)
Do Candy (Australia)

Contreras 1-2, t-X
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WOMEN'S SINGLES

Angela BaxUn (England)

Bya

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Pauline Edwards (US)

Maria Boen (Brasil)

Jeaa Clark (UP)

Eileen Gaylari (England)
Darlen Har (US)

Karol Farero US)'

HUda Herrera (Guatemala)

iTola Ramires iMlrleot

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'As loitf its we've rot such admirably forthright citizen! as
, John JHeim on our siae, wrestling is going to be hoiwy. , Mr,
Heini, a Milwaukee promoter is aggrtsrively hostile to intro introducing:
ducing: introducing: honesty in any form In the grunt and groan game.,
, "There Wasn't been an "honest; wrestling match, in this
country la, 50 years," he proudly maintajns. "You can't sell

; , Nevertheless, the "Wisconsin state athletic authorities, os os-1
1 os-1 tensibly seeking an increased tax take, have been toying, with
'. .the idea; they profess to" titter tusbeilef that anyoiie woul4

prefer the counterfeit to the legitimate. even la wrestling.

, iftIr. Helm hajf f requently packed immense MUwaukee au-
' ditorium' with the flamboyant fakeries' of the Mad Matters. ...
. "But if I made 'em play it straight It 'would be eo dull nobody

t would, ever come back to see another snow. 1
, The gentleman is dead right about that, even if he is
wrong about it being 50 years since fstling was last expos.
ed to the withering blight X)f honesty. 1 We remember, watch watch-:r
:r watch-:r ing Strangler Xewis and Ray Steele level in a Matfison Square
Garden match in, the early ,'30'a and H was Just plain dread dread-1
1 dread-1 ful. It may have been art but it wasn't fun,- Wrestling-is like
, burlesque, Clean It up and what have you.-got. Yawm uh-
limited. , :, '' 1 1 "'i
,., Wisconsin- is not the' first state' in recent months' W lndi lndi-,
, lndi-, ,cate, dissatisfaction, with the present, sure-tire box;: office for-1
mat, which directs .that good, no- .matter, how grotesquely garb
egV or absurdly expressed, must infallibly prevail over evil. To
be sure,, this is not' & totally accrate retiectiori of We,; but we
;.. still- have to doubt that the deviation explains, this expanding

movement to enforce- character ana recuiuae upun u muar
, oular, mummers , , -,,..' , 4'
v4,bv ; ) i j ;'(,- r 'j i t t l j i
'fiSf'' A MINISTER PW)T, jf. J.j., i
" 'W 'wmilrl not W so far as to suegest, that this may be

the; jsW? furtive work '-of antl-Amencan groups,' subversive

forces.-Red. agents, or even Illicit spit ball pitchers (and whatever-'
did becomerof Preacher Roe?l .Yet- the consistency, of
trie "pattern 'mates one wonders., '
' Wherev'er trie nammerlockers enjoy, their highest- prestige,
there the fcii&ionary exertions to destroy wrestling's bad but
imhjerisely profitable, name are unfailingly? the most vigorous.
"Phitd su-.'aa'nnk Lsv th tell whether thlsvis a crusade, agamst

the sham heroics in the-ring, or the addle patest-in the ring
side seats! 't 5 ".'

, !l A week' ago w were among the 'most discriminating con con-n'olsseurs
n'olsseurs con-n'olsseurs of esotericV who overwhelmed the. Garden in a mad
stampede to welcome the return of some of our. favorite G. and
G. men, (More than 5000 ethers, poor eoiris, were turned way,
Mixed reactionsfollowed a column, devoted to the .affair,) .
K-JL mother W-ihsee" 14 Jackson Heights wrote! "I -am- sure
that- if you 'had stopped to consider the- great harm- with
which!' these monstrous "matches' are .fraught, .you would, not,
as a raponsibia reporter,1 .iiave written about; theiri with such
seeming ardor, 'f say seeming' because I can -not believe 'that
your ''taste' really is so coarse, I positively refuse to allow my

twb. older boys, to watclj .thfi watcnes on iv. jfj
old and the other-is J. tIttou1c suppose you to. be' bit older

iV'grapRlers.get their most loyal -support from, Nanny,, mj,
.. 7 A vHtkAnf flftrAii r.1ri!l

excite ia common inwi est, Willi vi iuwu "v

- .v. H;'ih? -r:' WlS. CON,? MR. TRO mlti u,
Another reader, J P. 3932 Bedford Ave.i Bklyn,; wrote:
ur v.... kun int-nreatri in vnnr comments on the wrestlers. : A

few years ago Mr. and Mrs. -(Harry) Truman were. on Ed Mur.
row's Person To Person, program. ; V ,Ieo. -. hPo!)11K,

,' "Mrs. .yiruman ranaueu u4k"-- -t
' certain wrestling programs out of Chicago had-been aopped.:
It so happened that my wU and I suffered also .on that score.
Now, however we get them out ;ofWasWngton.
' Myi wife geti angry at the TUlains but I find them all
entertaining, and some hugely amusing, this Rc"
, SUrr, for example. Through I'm in my late 10 I had pUn-
ned on going to the Garden the other ftight v Just as well I
SidnV from what I read, it was-vastly more dangerous out-
""'"a SvlSTrumabut became r, or Mrs.
T?4he night he came' to the defense of us woefully benighted

Last jnning

4-Run Rally

ur; 11 in

yins:-JMUr3

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PACIFIC TWliiGHT LEAGCil

SECOND HALF STANDINGS

Team

American Legion 1

Lucky Strike ..'y....'2
Junior college .;. 0
Balboa High ... ....... 0

Fastlicli League

t 4l t'

, STANDINGiS

Teanr

palomaj I

Ocelot.

Voicing

Pumas;. Jnt
Pericos .

Macaws

"'IVorfLestf Pet

,.625

4 .500

41 .'500

3 3 .500

1 2 "7 -222

t.t u feajhera Fly i )4t. j

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Last Night' Result
Lucky -Strike 11, Jun. College 10
Tonight's Game
Balboa High vs. Junior college

' Trailing by three runs and otf
the verge of defeat for the sec4

ond time in two days Lucky,

Strike rallied for four tun m
the bottom of the seventh and

won out over Junior, College U
to 10. Jt was a wild and woolly
game with first one' team lead
ing and then the other in a see
saw battle,
College opened the game with
two runs on G Smith's single,

Washburn's i triple and a field

er'g choice byRaybourne. Luck-1

les came oacK in tne ooicom oi

the first with a run on Fiynn's

sincle and a triple bv Carlin.

The smokers added three in the
third on a double by Flynn and

singles bv Halsall and Basile.

' Wood's single; a passed ball

and a base hit by Frank Smith

brought college within one run
of the Luckles in the fourth and
College wetn But In front with
four runs in the fifth with suc successive
cessive successive triples by JLou ; Charles
and Frank Smith, th big blows

of the inning. Three more run

by College in the sixth, onset a
single run in the fourth and two

runs in the sixtn by Lucicy
Strike.
College chased started Bert
Joyce in the fifth and also put
the sk'ds under Jerry Halman
in the sixth With Manager Ab
Flynn coming in to put out
"the fire. :' ydt.v i.
Fred Raybourne went into 'the

seventh with a three run lead
and Rot' Cordoveon trike for
the first out. Tuttle walked and
scored on G. Smith's 5 two base
rap. Al Lombana followed with
a single ancV Smith 1 scored the
second run and that was all for
Raybourne. Lou Charley' took
over on the mound 'and t Ray Raybourne
bourne Raybourne replaced Charles at third

base. : r
yfjerry) Halmari i slapped

grounaer down tne line ai inira
nearvth- bag and Raybourne

made a nice back hand stop and

(PI.. ,..!.(. J.f.ni.J i.U

Won Lost j caws eleven to one yesterday at

the. Fastlich ball park t behind
th, four-hit pitching of Bettis
coupled with circuit clouts by J.
Morris and Ammlrati. ;
- The Ocelot win brought them
to within one-half game of the
first place PalomasV and since
these two; teams -meet tomorrow

tor tne last time this naif it is

a "usf' for either teamA Pa Pa-lamas
lamas Pa-lamas win would assure them of

a&. least a tie; i, An ocelot win

would probably? recmire the Pa

lomas to play off a -tie game
with the Pericos as the Conejos,
Pumas and pericos are f till very

much in tne runninsr

The Macaw sent McGowin td
A. J ,w. ,1 9 J

me lauuna. me -wm reiiwa ny
Stielau in the fifth. Both boys

pitched, good ball ; but their
niates could ohlyi come un with

a single run in the fourth when,

sueiau was -ear on an error,
went to second when? Boswell
walked and scored when L. Cor Cor-rlgan
rlgan Cor-rlgan singled.
The Ocelots 'scored five: in the

first,' the only, hits bain? a dou double
ble double by J, Morris and a sinele by
Anderson. Twoi to the second
when Bettis opened with a walk
ano was driven home when J.
Morris put one over the left cen center
ter center fence. One in the third when

LAmmirati led off with a single,

reached second and third on er errors
rors errors and scored on a six to three

play.tTwo in the fourth as Reyn Reynolds
olds Reynolds was on by a miscue and was
forced around when Ammariti
hit a three-two pitch out of the

parjr m rignt center and one in

ithe sixth- on a jingle 'by Ander

son.- ,' ,k
The Ocelots turned in. a aame

ending double play which went

irojn six m four w inree. Tiie

six hits for the ocelots were
equally divided between J. Mor

ris, Ammlrati ,- and Andei-son,

eacn navmg xwo xor tnree. Tne
four hits foe the" Macaws were

also equally -divided .between L.
Corrigan, Pearson, E: Corrigan
and Thompson, ; each, getting

one ior tnree. .
- The pox score:
Ocelots Ab R

Engelke 2b 3 1

Dubbs 2b 0 0

Morris,' R. Sg 2 1,
J.' Morris c , . S 2

price c ,.,." 0

Reynolds cf 3

' : ",r Li. t t aiotira "tj narannrase W

XH wresUingxan't be all

bad. ..-.- , .. :
it. Ukes all kihds; doesn't It? .

Ammlrati 3b

Dombrowski cf
Boyett lb

Anderson" rf
Bettis p ...

Corrigahtbl.;5.!.
Pearson "3b r;rv::v7;;';:V J"
Deyore lb....-. ,U.n 0
Corrigan, E. as ;
DesLondes If

o,
3;
0
2
0
3
2.
0

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Pacific Softball
? League
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By HENRY CLARK 1 T
"' STANDINGS

CenreceWa Nac

Lou Glud Agency 7 4
20th-lnfantry, 5 5
Tasco Batteries. 4 8
Blatz Brewers ... . 1 10

..10 2 'A33

.036
-,.500
'.400

.099

00
00

0
0
0
0
0
1

0 1 0

0?0

Oaklev If

Watts ef t

Lawier cf;

McGowin p
Chase, (x)

Thompson c

sueiau jo, p.
Boswell rf -iy

Stiener rf

(x) Walked for McGowin in

tne etOv-v;--. .';:"

SUMMARY' Home runs:

Ammlrati, J. Morris.:, Two base
hits r, Pearson.' J. Morris.' Strike

outsr by Bettis 4, ,. McGowin 3,
Stielau 1Walks off Bettis 5. Mc-

oowm 3, sjieiau 2. Earned runs:
Ocelots 6, Macaws 0- Umpires:
W, Williams and Silvera. -.

OUT OF DOORS with

Gun Hobbies
Art Healthy Hobble
...,By WARREM PA6i
v- v d Sheofinf Iditer h

WE gun huts are all slightly plx-

ilia ted. and while seme of us mar

be more pixlllated than others, it s

mighty-neaitny xorm of nuttii.

ness. It may iieep a man broke,
but it alio keeps him from wait-

threw to Cicero covering second Mi time in bars or. in front of tel

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PACIFIC LITTLE LEAGUt
(SECOND J1ALF STANDINGS
Timi :rvC'l-' Wei Lwt M.

. . t 0- t.ooo

Sw C.l.. .. 0 0 .000
Cikr.tt.r Litm .. .. O 0 .000

Elki 1414 .. '., ., S.O00
f Liacala Lifa ... O 1 .000

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01ICI 7, LINCOLN LIFE

- In the opening game of the

second has, the results were tne
same as in the owning came of

. the first half Police nosing out

Sports Shorts

PTTSBURGH (UP) George
Sisler, Hall of Fame first base

man and special assistant to Pitts

burgh Pu-ates Manager Booty
Bragan, was listed in satisfactory
condition today at Presbyterian

Hospital after undergoing emer emergency
gency emergency abdominal surgery daring
the weekend.
. SUIer, who win be tt next
month, was admitted to tbe hospi hospital
tal hospital late Saturday night.
OESTERSUND, Sweden (UP (UP-Norway,
Norway, (UP-Norway, whose '"national sport" is
speed skating. tJttay teiebra'.ed Its
first world coampion in tat cok cok-petition
petition cok-petition in four years.
Knut Johnannesen, 23, touched
off nation-wide celebrations in his
home lad Sunday when be came
from behid to nose wit Bori
Shilkov of Russia for first p'.aee
in tbe two-day. four event sport.

Lincoln Lile by one. run. The po police
lice police started out with a bang in
the first inning scoring three
runs on back to back homers by
Potter and Prlester off French,
the Lincolns pitcher: s r
However, the Lincolns did not
give- up and going into the last
inning. Lincoln Life led by one
run and then things happened.
With one out Smith eked out a
free ticket to first base. Wilder,
who hit a home run earlier in
the game, hit a sharp grounder
down the first base line, the ball
hitting the bag' and going to
right field for a hit. Dempsey
thn broke up the ball game
with a double, driving both run runners
ners runners home. v v

Tot the losers. French had -two j ;hirl1!l.Sb' p

but the ball got by Cicero-and
Lombana set sail for third. on
the throw in from right field,
joe Wood made the cutoff at
the mound and threw to second
base to try to cut down Halman
attempting to advance. '?
Both fee college shortstop

and second baseman were at

the hag but did not have their
eyes on the ball and when the
ball skipped fcy them into een een-terfield
terfield een-terfield Lombana scored from
third with the tieing run. Flynn
walked to put runners at second
and first and when 'catcher
Prank Smith (threw wildly into

right field trying to trap riynn
off, Halman scored sjl thes way

from second with the winning

run. '-- : :."; ''.. :-
Five" triples were reeerfled
with Washburn, Charles and
F. Smith of College and Hal-
aall and Carlin of Laeky strike
getfng one apiece. '
Jerry Halsall with a triple,
double and singles in three of official
ficial official trips was the leading bat batter
ter batter of the game and the col col-leare'a
leare'a col-leare'a leadinsr 1 hatters "were

Washburn. Joe Wood and Frank
Smith with each man collecting
two for four.

Tonleht the Balboa High- sna

Junior College meet wtlb each
team looking for their first win
in the second half, Wayne wall
will do the pitching for; BUS

and for JC it wui oe eitner lou
Charles or Raul Swalm.

evision seta. And, out of being

gun crank, .can occasionally come

vast personal saustaciions.
f There's a young chap of my ac acquaintance,
quaintance, acquaintance, .Jack Behn. who has

gone plumb daffy about tbe i 45-

70, the cartridge and the weapons
for it Otherwise, he's the m o s t
normal person, a husband and
father,- moderately successful in

business, a respected member- of

tne community. v ? --w

I don't know that pis wife and

Pan Liquldo 6, 20th Infantry 3

Wltnesised by many on Thurs Thursday,
day, Thursday, McNair Lane and the

league leading Cervecerla Nac.

Pan Liquido came from the back

in the seventh inning to down

xum miantry, Ft. Koooe in a

thriller, 6 to 3."
- In a nitehincri !iiel ; hptwepn

tane and John Wesolek of the
Jif ehners, superb control and ef

fective pitches were maintained

jSteadily throughout the contest.

xane had ten straight batters

retired before Kobbe's 5 Descant
broke the, spell. Going through
five : fast innings, Pan : Liquido
had two singles to the Infantry

men's one.
i After a4 shaky 'start by Weso Wesolek
lek Wesolek in the first the "beer"1 men
scored a run on a walk, stolen
base; hit by pitch ball and a sin single.
gle. single. An. 'insurance run came in
during the sixth on first-base

man Pescod'a- homer in lei t
center,, his first of the'season
20th infantry, scoreless' for
five full Innings, opened guns
with; two. out, scoring three bij
tallies on" an even amount of
singles aided by an error.
With the llfeliners leading by
two.runs,i pan Liquido came in
with blood in' their eyes in the
seventh. Kosifc led off with a
base-onballs and moved' to sec second
ond second on plnch-hitter Sbyster's
single thrpugh the hole. On a
perfect bunt by Bongiomi, the
bases were loaded bringing Os
tera to the plate with no puts,
He sent a tapper to .short forc forcing
ing forcing the runner at the plate but
due to collision,; the ball drop dropped.
ped. dropped. Kobbe's hurler then tied
the score by walking in a run.

The liquid boys run scoring
spree was not Over until short shortstop
stop shortstop Bob Carlin drove m the

winning runs on a hard double
down the third-base line
Putting a runner on in the
bottom of the seventh, 20th in

fantry's hopeg were high but
with, inside curves; the last
three batters sent fly-ball's .up

in me air.

'Winning pitcher ? Lane also

eled it Just so the old guns wouk
look right. .......
The ,45-70 Is Sn Intere'stins? ear

tridge, historically when you 'coma
right' down to dt. The trap-door
SnrincfipM i o-h!-a tt..

with Which the soldiery of the post! baWn honors with three
CivU War period fought Indians on sinSle8 M imK W ',-..,

tne plains were nearly all .45-70'sJ
Weapons shooting the straight-aid-1

-u oiaca powaer .ioaa, witn us big

siug oi wo or 500 grams of lead.

came pretty near being tne. guns
that won the West, no matter what
the claims may be for other' mod

els ana caubers. ,.,
SmalT wonder,' therefore, that
havmg abosorbed all the lore sur:

rounding the old cartridge whicV

at I : -. J : It

B bvui anve, aim on tne lOBdint

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BALBOA POLICE TROPHY WINNERS Wl. Helen Specter: 1."

Charlene: Groves. 3. -Grace Figueroa winners of the-Balboa,
Police Association trophies for 12 year old girls 50 yard free
style in last-year's fourth annual Gamboa. Invitational flwim.
Meet. The fifth annual meet will be Sunday. Marqhj 3 at the
, ..' . Gamboa Pool. .Ji'"; -,

, -. Score By Innings
Cer. Nac. 100 00146 7 ,2
20th inf. O00 003 0--3 4 1
. Umpires: Mary, Metheny and

KODuins. scorer: ciark,

lists-Jack t himself down and! f&t?fi
wrote a book which Stackpole saw V Tnn?, iomu t
fit to publish,. ; .T(20th I.)

.. Big Ten Hitters
.-. -" , Ab
JMalene (LGA) .. 35
J, Wesolek 20th in.) 33
B. Carlin (C.N.P.L.) 34
E. McArthur (LGA) 30

) 30

V

So perhaps Jack, like ethers of

" Kua nun., is nixiuated nut it

youngsters have gone short of mo frikes me as being a profitable
vies or breakfast food because of frm of insanity, eve if 'Jack

nis araorpuon in tne om cirmagj, )es go deer hunting with an
but there certainly is the price pf nncient Colt Lightning model rifle.

UIUI..VWW urn ub wmrcitn witn a tune from flat.

his collection of rifles.

'. At thir poinf lie has every ba

le type of weapon ever chamber

ed for the .45-70, ranks of guns
that cover the walls of what ia
anvbodv else' home would hm tha

M.rfrf lMAM .K. i. J. I

the cellar you've always, meant to

finishJack finished his, -and pan-j

ling gun that was chambered for

me .-70. .j f-r.

2-3 Innings; Flynn 0 funs, 0
hits in 2-3 innines: Raybournt

10 runs 8 hit in 1-3 inningsd

cnaries l run. o nits in o m-

nuigs. -. nree, De n'ta;. waai waai-burn,
burn, waai-burn, Carlin, Charles, Halsall

and f: Smith. Two base hits:
Flynn, O. Smith.- Umpires :-W.

Williams and Hilzinger.-Scorer:
Mead. Time:; 2:45, -t cf f

FRAHK1E LYMOII
; and
"the teenagers"
Arriving march 1
VICEROY toldo

L. Jones (LGA)

A. Husted (LGA)

J. Barnes (TB)
F. Welty (TB)
''.: .-.,

H
ll
15
14
12
12
14
11
12
1-0
10

Ave.
.457
.455
.412
.400
.400
.359

,344!

.333

.313
.313

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1 Won Lost Pet.

Ml Lane (C.N.P.L.) 9 1 mo

F. Cheney (LGA) 3 5 l 33
B. Newman (T.B.) 4 4 .500

J. Wesolek (20th) 3 S JS0O

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v FOSTER'S COTTAGES and brat
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Redl Trounces
. Paddy Demarco
For 12th In Row
' NEW YORK, Feb. 19 (UP)-
welterweight Stefan Red of Ger
many, who "harnessed the billy-
goat" last night' ,ior tug 12th
.Straight professional victory, will
meet Danny Giovanelli of New
"York in another TV 10-rounder at
St. Nicholas Arena. March 18.
Stocky Redl not only harnessed
tformer lightweight champion Pad
dy Demarco last night but he
drove him about the ring, out
.fighting and out-roughing him for
a lopsided unanimous decision.
Demarco,; the'; Brooklyn --billy-l
goat" who weighed' 144V4 pounds
to Real s 142, appeared likely to
be knocked 'out in the sixth, eighth
i and ninth rounds, However, tough
Paddy was on the floor only once
when shoved M th canvas by
.rough Stelan in tAe seventh se$
ion. It was not a knockdown. -:
.... A crowd of 1,980 the largest at
' fit. Nick's in four years paid $4,-
642 to watch Hungary-born Redl,

l 1

. '"1, .i i a" awe. S

' former amateur welterweight

champion of Germany, In his first
, : I- J ' f
proieBsionai mam eveni. oieian,
-23, came to the United States last
'spring and .immediately turned
professional. He now lives in Pas
saic, N.J., and works -as a truck
, driver 'n nearby, Paterson, N.J.
Although Stefan 'evaded most of
: Paddy s headlong counter-plunges,
he suffered twi slight cuts ov his
fright brow.. They required a total
. of three stitcaes, and will not pre
vent his next fight?, at St. ; Nick's
next month!, lie also bruised his
right thunbnn l! third roundT
, Redl a favored, at 8-3 in the
late betting: ." ..... .
" Sports Briefs
MEDFORO, Massif Al Aall bet

. tered the pending world record in

the 35-pound weight throw with a
heave of 67 feet, 9 inches In a
special AAU meet.
v ST. MORITZ, Switzerland Hans
' Zoller's world championship crew
won the four-seater Swiss bobsled
championship title with an aggre-
gate time of 2:34.91 for, two runs.
" ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. Mary
Lena Faulk fired par golf under

' pressure to win the $5,000 St. PeJ

" T tersburg women I upen lieu lour lour-.
. lour-. ney, carding a record 279, three
' strokes better ,thn runner-up
' Louise Suggs, i:
MIAMI, Fia. Alvin Dark of the
i St. Louis Cardinals bested Chicago
.White Sox manager Al Lopez, 5
- and 4, to win his third title in the
.National Baseball: Flayers Golf
.Tournament.
-? AGLTA CALIENTE. Mex.-Mycia

captured the featured Acapulco
Handicap for 3-year olds before a
crowd of 11,691 fans at Caliente
Racetrack,
1 -' SAN ANTONIO, Tex. Jay He He--
- He-- bert sloshed through a steady rain
, to card a 4-ooder par 7 and win
the $20,000 Texas Open Golf Tour--
ney.

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Phone Panama 3-4941. s
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CHICAGO,. Feb. 19 (UP) Min Min-toie
toie Min-toie Mlnoso, who had been the Chi Chicago
cago Chicago White Sox' toughest holdout,
was safely back in the fold for
1957 today: after "talking. "himself
into an estimated $2,500 pay raise.
Minoso who had turned down
his1 first offer, rang up vice presi president
dent president Charles Comiskey in a Hava Havana
na Havana to Chicago call yesterday.
- ; He told Comiskey that he was
:. HH not satisfied with, th$32
SOO he, was paid, In each of. the
last two -seasons -fid :
"jpirst contract you send too
rough qn Minnie,'" he protested.
.Wha's. the tnaiter? You no frien'
of Minnie, any ftiore?'' ,t (
"Of course, I'm your friend,"
Comiskey said. "What have you
in mind?"
Minoso gave Comiskey his idea
of what he- should get next year
and there was a pause. Then be
said: :
'Wha":have you in mind,
Chuck?? vi
Xherr-war- nother pause afte'
wvuih,d; gave luuiuaq ilia moiiul
of what the outfielder was worta
to tne club.
"You throw in a little more
and I sign," said Minoso.
... Comiskey agreed and Minoso's
holdout status ended.
,r v,u""a a?po
r.'EJL k r:,Dl;.,v!"5e-
majors he has hit over .300 in
four of six years. He led the
White Sox in doubles. triDles. to
tal bases and slugging last season.
Minoso's agreement left seven
White Sox still unsigned, including
pitcner Bob Keegan. ,-'
Gene Fullmer Gels
Biggest Paycheck
In Hon-Tille Boul
DENVER," Feb. 19 (UP). Gene
Fullmer tricked up his biggest pay
check today since becoming mid mid-world.'
world.' mid-world.' and he didn't even risk his
world, and he didr t even nsh his
crown in last night's unanimous
10-round decision over Ernie Uu
rando of Bayonne, N.J.
Fullmer. 25-year-old West Jor
dan, Utah, slugger, received 40
per cent of the $26,000 gate paid
by about 7,000 fans in Denver's
City Auditorium Arena. It w a s
the largest gate in Denver figh
history.
Both men weighed 163 pounds
in the over-weight match, but
Fullmer clearly bad the advantage
in strength and fitness. Durando.
who collected $3,000, showed his
30 years, especially in the later
rounds. i ',- -;'-y
A cut Fullmer received over his
left eye in the first round may
rause him some concern, since he
has anotrer 10-roitnd. nno title
fight in Denver on Feb. 27 again
Charlie Cotton of Toledo, O. Full Fullmer
mer Fullmer takes on Sugar Ray Robinson
in a return titje snatch at Chicago
on Apnl 24.
There were4 no knockdowns last
night, and Fullmer failed to lire
no to the boast by h mans ger.

Marvin Jensoa, uiat Irene wouiasevee attaex of troncnitis ana

get him br ttrt." However, rml-
mer, a rough house slugger rath
er than a skilled btrser, kept Dn
rando well ander control all the
way. Durando was hanging oa. the
ropes, at the final bell.

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Colored Man Beaten
To Deafh by Taunters
Of His While Wife
BOSTON. (UP) Two me- were
held today In connection with the
slaying of a colored man. allee
edly beaten and kicked to death
after he objected to insults hurled
ai ins wuue commun-iaw wue.
Edward M. Rose, 36, of Boston
was fatally beaten after being
taunted into a fight with four
white men who called Mrs. Da
,,h
lores C o r 1 a, 26, "poor white
The two men were traced
through an automobile license
plate number furnished by Mrs.
Coria who called the assault
"worse than a lynching."
Mrs. Coria said Rose was not
a Negro" but "a colored Portu-
...o. CU. mZlA ...
curred 'as sbe'and Rose were
waiting for a taxi.
A Negro leader demanded im
mediate police action to "avoid
criticism such as was levied -at
the state of Mississippi in the Em Em-mett
mett Em-mett Till case."
Herbert E. Tucker Jr., presi president
dent president of the Boston branch of the
NAACP, said:
"This might not have started as
a racial dispute, but if it did, I
hope our law enforcement officers
will use every means to appre apprehend
hend apprehend the assailants." ;.
Till, a teen-aged Negro, was
slain after he allegedly ','wolf ','wolf-whistled".
whistled". ','wolf-whistled". at the wife of a white
Mississippi storekeeper. Two men
tried for the murder were acquit acquitted.
ted. acquitted. Mrs. Coria, who is expecting a
child, said two of the men heM
her while the other two "stomped
my husband to death." Rose's
face was smashed and bis skull
was crushed by the blows," po police
lice police said.
Solon Warits'Joint
Scientific Probe
awmaker Group
WASHINGTON, Feb. 19 (UP)
Sen. Edward J. Thye (R-Minn)
urged Congress today to approve
a resolution w csudiiso a joint
congressional committee oa sci scientific
entific scientific research.
Thye is a sponsor of the resolu
tion. It was introduced last year
but never came op for final ac action.
tion. action.
W. German Chief ?
Heuss Suffering 1
From Bronchitis
.
stow r.iKiM rh it nrv
West German President Theodor
Heuss, 73. is suffering from
has been confined to bed for five
dtvs. it was disclosed today.
Sources said it was hoped that
Heuss would recover in time to
leave for a scheduled three-day
slate Visi to Washington starch I.1

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-DRAWER "A." DIABLO
BOX 1211. CRISTOBAL. CX
v; Lesson
Ballet, Spanish dance, guitar, l-
dies rhythmic exercise, children's
rhythmic' band. Mrs. Donaldson.
Phone Giilick 689.
Bridge Classes
Will B6 Held
Tuesday At JVB
A new series 'of bridge classes
nave begun ;at the USO-JWB
Armed Forces Service Center,
wnicn meets weekly on Tuesday
evenings bednnlna- at 7:30 n.m.
Twenty-three neonle ftr. already
in attendance. However. 40 oer-
son, may easily be accommodat accommodated
ed accommodated in the class which is deslsrn-
ea ior oeginners, mtermeaiates
ana aoyanceo; players. :
' Tomorrow Is the last nlcht. for
the current session of Carnival
dance classes tha,t have- been
held at the USO-JWB. 'Regular
attendants and those who would
like a last fllncr at th m ma vol
aances before the elass ends and
uarnavai season begins are in-
vea tojaiiena j,ne session.
Wins
A contract for the nnrrhai if.
molition and removal of a number
of buildings in the Canal Zone' was
awaraea this week by the Pana
ma canai company to Chain Singh
and Company.
, -
A high bid of $9,715 on all fmir
schedules was entered by Chain
Singh, the only company to make
an oner on au tne items listed in
the specifications. A bid of ss.ooo
was maae. ny ueposito Lalli for
Schedule A and a bid of $101 was
entered by K. U Bailey on Sched-
Buildings listed for sale and de
molition include three qua r t e r s
buildings in La Boca, a two-storv
quarters building in Ancon. two
former Dredging Division storage
ouiiaings at Diablo Heights, a hoist
elevator on Pier 19: the old load
ing machine shed at Mount Hope
ana several sneas ana shelters on
both sides of the Isthmus.
The contractor will be given
from two to three months to com
plete the work.. , ,
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We always have en hand Ferfeetlon
etott,' ranrea ami PASTS. Wicks,
sarnidera, ditmB7v always ? a aU-
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Ample grounds, fenced. '2$ me- -ters
front, 40 meters depth.'
-Owner leaving. Far Information :
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"San Jose" Rio Abaje 2192.
7th Avenue Espafta, Inquire same
building. c i,
WIST BANK ROLLS AGAIN
The West Bank League of the'
Pan Canal Bowling Association is
back m business again., tnis time.
gladdening the heart of City Asso-
ciation secretary. Jack Voss witli'
the largest ABC Sanctioned crew
on the isthmus.
Presidentf,Chuck":"Rogers. his
Veep.i "Chick" Smeraglia; rsecreyi
tary Mario La Maestra and trea
surer mayre jvugaiian nave comer

up with a wejl-balanced 16-teamside again, it seems as if a new

aggregation inai proviaes ine cios- star is oorn every rriday Guar Guar-est
est Guar-est Friday night competitoa yet dia's Dot Wagner leads the ladies

aceui in M uauuitap league.'
v Divided into two units, the A A-merican
merican A-merican League and the 'National
League, the group alternates : Fxh
day nights between: -Albrook," and
Kobbe bowling establishments. Pue
to the : handling of the i intricate
schedule by La JMaestra, no -team
has ,yet "viced-it's-versa" and
wound -ap' at the one llcy while
scheduled to be. torn-up at an
oter. i i ; j.j. 1
Winners of each league will'
boar their lances against one an another
other another irV mortal combat for the
league's overall championship
at .a neutral site, yef to be1 se selected.
lected. selected. -
Currently locked' in a tie for the
American, League championship
are uon strumpier s unaraia y
CiaJteant and Rob Thompson's
RovaK Crown outfit. Tom Kileal-
lan's Blue Star Dairy maids and
Milkmen are strongly contending.
only one point behind. the leaders.
Waldrun's Ebonites proved just
how close a league we do.: have
by smashing out a four-point vic
tory over Ernie Campise's Aero-
vias Panama bunch and reversed
positions with them; Ebomet mov
ing up to fourth and. Bis: Ern's
team dropping to last..
The "wait'll next, week com
plex of the situation, at this time
will, m all probability, find this
strong Aerovias Panama team
hack in-jockeying position afteij
the next session 'Cluck" Smera
glia's. King's Ransom-House of
Lords, boys and ems are proving
to be the "fighters", of the lessrue
and remain just a few points off
the .pace and are closing fast,
Pat Fowler's C A. High Con
tractors; last years winners; are
hard pressed by BUI Gilleon s
Steward Electrics to round out the
league. To date; both teams have
been beset with, heart-breaking one
and two pint losses. i r i
On the National League side of
things. Jack Dam's Boyd Broth Brothers
ers Brothers Insurance team moved into
the lead with Jack Barnick's Tro-I
pical Sodas' breathing down then
oecu. vioseiy lunowing arc ine
i m 1 r 1 1 T . i
ever drngerous Pemco Westing Westing-houie
houie Westing-houie gang-, led by .Dale Hill. Art
Booker a Chevrolet tribe, last

Chamberlain Drops To

In Worst College Perfomiance

, By FRED DOWN f
NEW YORK, Feb. 1$ (CP)
WUt Chamberlain's .bid for tne
national carina: title suffered
near-disastrous blow today in the
wake- of the. Kansas giant's worst
performance of his college career
The seven foot Chamberlain
managed to score a mere -. )1
mints ast night while Kansas
routed Oklahoma, 7S-M, and drop
ped into fourth place in tne scor scoring
ing scoring derby. South Carolina's Grady
Wallace ranks first with a 30.5T
average, Columbia's Cbet Forte. is
second with 29.55 and Elgin Bay Baylor,
lor, Baylor, who tallied 40 poinU in Seat
tle s W 87 win over oonxsga iasi
night took over third place from
Chamber: aln wim zs.u average.
Chamb-aHa'm's average after
1$ games is points a gam.
Wallace slays against fvrmtn
. tonioM while Ferte sees eerie.
...iM.t Vile mm WeeWsdav.
Chamberlain scored only four
points in the first half and fouled
out for the first time In his ea-i
reer with $:55 to go in the second
half. Wilt's lowesU previous gsme-
output wis U point s gainst 10
! ii Stat last December and b

' never previously had draws mora y-74 win ove lews. Des een een-!
! een-! than four fools in a gsme. I eteel far 1$ field gaels and sev
i DespUe Chsmberisin'S o or. free threers far 2 points. In-

showing Kansss breeied to a 38-!
20 halftime lead. The Jaybawkers
led, 58-42, when Wilt fouled Out
and soon increased the margin to
22 points.. Sophomore Ronnie Lo

VARMAC1A LOM-

Cenlral Ave
111 a) iOVEDADES ATHIS Bejide
Home Articles
, FOR SALE:. 25-cyclo Zenith
record .player $40; 25 cycle
kitchen clock $1.50i cot with 2
mattresses $4. Phona Balboa
$764,"- y k V f a
Boats & Motors
FOR SALE r-IB-fn sloop, fast
offer. Robert Harris, i Albrook
2166. Must sell.
year's runners-up, remain just a
hair off the-leader's nace. follow
ed : byAEd t Russell's injury-ridden
Cerveza Balboas and Jake Jacob.
sen's Carta Vieja's. Jessi Edmis-
ton rocked his Novey gang, to life
last week, and; are now sweeping
up the ladder, verv closely follow
er! ay Louise Meek's Elga-Norge
crew, which, by the way, appears
io oe tne learn to watch from
here on out. ,i
Back on .. tho American League
high three games with a 579 and
is third in the high single game
with a 208. Royal Crown's Joanie
Kogers, is strong In all depart
ments, with high average, second
high series and second high game.
Aerovias jyanama is well repre
tented by Myrna Campise with
third high series and .high single
inaivianai game oi zzu
;.. The Blue Stars .Torn Kilgallan
leads the male averages and Eb Ebonite's
onite's Ebonite's We Idrop holds high se series
ries series 'with en even 400 and see see-end
end see-end high game with -211; Royal
Crown's ether Rogers moved in in-to
to in-to second high series, third high
game and currently leads the
single' game effort with nice
123., The Blue Stars Strang out outfit
fit outfit ere back en the beard again
with their Pernio Demlnguex
rolling into third high aeries with
a neat $71.7.
"The National League sees the
Boyd Brother's Mario La Maes
tra leading the male averages and
Cerveu Balboa's Norma Russell.
"tearing-up" the distaff side with
lligh average, high series and. sec-
ond high single game. Pemco't Es
trada leads' the male series with
a 617 and "r Novey's own- Nancy
Gwarek has ; the high, 207, game
for the girls. Balboa's Ed Russell
and Boyd Brother's Jack Davis
round out second and third high
series while Novey s Jessi Edmis
von and
row are

Tropical Soda's Bob Mo-Thursday night from V"somewhere
second and third in W 'im Florida": but she didn't know
mes. Pemco's 155 wtfSK'frtii-Z'u

single -games. Pemco's 155 pound
of unleashed fury, Tom Thomas
remains high in the single game
bracket with his torrid 260., -'
'-Barbara? Morrow, winner of one
of last year a most Improved a
wards.' is sailing right along. This
time under, the Tropical Soda co
lors, and is -currently second high
in series with a 542. Boyd Broth Brother's
er's Brother's other La Maestra, (not a uti utility
lity utility infielder). brought up a strong
531 series for third high in that
department while Tropical Soda's
Myrtle Sowell rounds out the. high
singles by r, smashing into third
, il !... ,M
iasc wees wiw isa. -
This Week ; will see' the Ameri
can League competing at Albrook,
and the National League at Kobbe.
Both leagues start at 6:30.
neskhpsced Kansas with 28 points!
while-Don chwall tallied 30 ; for,
Oklahoma. The victory was v the!
17th in 18 games for Kansas, the
nation's second-ranked team. -Third-ranked
Kentucky. Bradley
Ued with U.C.L.A. for the No. S-
W. V.V.MN. .W. Ull. .V.
ratinv arwl 1Uk.n.ll Iwliiii. at
scored impressive victories and
Oklahoma City whipped Memphis
State, already in the National In
vitation Tournament. 106-98, in oth
er important games.' (
' Kentucky virtually clinched its
17th Southeastern Conference title
with an 80.7$ decision over Vio Vio-derbitt
derbitt Vio-derbitt before 12,000 at Lexington,
Ky. The WildcaU Mew a 17-point
halftime lead- and -had a narrow
brush with a tie when VanderbiR
guard Al Rochelle missed a last-
ditch set shot with eight seconds
left Johnny Cox led Kentucky, with
23 points.
Bradley scored its 18th win in
21 games when it trippled Wichi
ta, 78-7Z, alter leading by as mucti
as -18 points. Barney cable scored
21 points and Shellie McMilloa 19
to head the Braves.
Indiana retained Hi lead m the'
Big Tea Conference as Archil
Dees saertieel tho Moemtiors to a
eliena le, 47-12, at tha half and
ne vor was serrsusty threatened
tho remeioder of the wry.
Oklahoma City went over the
100-mark for the second time in

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Call 3-3424 (9 a.m.-1 2 neon;'
3-5 p.m.). i ,.'' i
Mrs- Lila Guy Dies
After Long Illness;
Funeral Thursday
i;Mi.s'
Mrs. Lila Guy, a longttime Ja Jamaican
maican Jamaican resident of Panama City,
died in her sleep during 'the night
last night at the age of- 68.
Mrs.-uuv. who had been ui tor
some time, is survived by her Jhis-4
band. Stenhen. a oauehter m Ja
maica, and her neice, Anita tiuy,
in addition, to a Sifter.
: Funeral services" have been ten
tatively set for Thursday after
noon at the Wesiyan Methodist
Church of this city.. .,
MacArthurWill
Discuss Japan's
Red Trade Policy
" TOKYO,' Feb. 19 (UPV-Forelgn
Minister JNobusuke Kisnki i and
new U.S. Ambassador Douglas
MacArthur II will hold talks short
ly on Japan's trade policy with
Communist China, political ob observers
servers observers said today.
It was understood the talks
would be designd" to end Ameri Ameri-csn
csn Ameri-csn "distrust" of Japan China
trade. - -

Sister Believes Missing N. J. Nurse

Called Her: Sheriff
"fsasnsf
SWAN QUARTER N.C. (UP)-
A North Carolina sheriff said to
day he would believe a reporfr that
a missing New; Jersey nurse is
alive when he sees Mrs, Mary Ann
Scales himsell.
Mrs. Scales, 33-year-old divorced
mother of two children, disap-i
peared mysteriously from She $18, $18,-000,
000, $18,-000, yacht of a New Jersey physi physician
cian physician Feb.-9 while the vessel was
anchored at Ocracoke? N.C.- i'l,
Hyde County Sheriff Charles!.
Cahoon said he had spoken with
Mrs. Scales' sister,- Mrs. Marie
McDonald in Trenton, w.J.raner
she reported receiving a telephone
M fmm Mr. Kralea. r -',
Cahoon said Mrs.- MCDonam. saia
Mrs. Scales had telephoned herU
vsh tnirl me that she knev H
was her sister by hef voice,..and
would swear .that it ws her,"
Cahoon said."-.i-;v:;-il: .; 'v-'-v
.-.I '".." ti i.n
. "The sister saia sne coma w
that Mrs. Scales wis very much
upset and sick. v
"Mrs. Scales told her not to try
to get in touch with. her any
more" ' t;-''
Th '.h.riff itA that mi the basis
of the phone conversation he is
dropping all efforts to locate Mrs.
Scales "body." But he added" he
would continue his investigation
until he sees her with, his own
eyes. . s
m McDonald did not answer
the phone at her home but an another
other another sister, Mrs. Ethel Sapja,; in
Trenton, N:J., saia sne -naa
from Mrs., McDonald about the
VA Scientists
Develop Monitor
For Heartbeats
WASHINGTON, Feb. 1$ (UP-
Veterans Administration scien
tists have developed a rtardlae
.nnnr tn rvmrd oatient s
beartbeats during an operauon.
1I1UU1WS
the VA announced toaay.
Th meter warns we aocwr
. U U ...
tha heart' Is DOt WOrKing
properly ana insi remcuii
are inuieatea, ine
In tests at the Hines, 111., A
ti.U.I T liai nrovided an 1m-
,.rtit diagnosis of irregular
heart acUon and may .anticipate
stoppage of the heart," the an announcement
nouncement announcement said, v "'.
t The device, which has a tran transistor
sistor transistor circuit powered by flasn flasn-light
light flasn-light batteries, weighs only three
pounds and is housed in sn alu aluminum
minum aluminum case to make it portable.
In walloping

Memphis State.- Hubert Reed bad i .U.j Lit 1
38 points and 'j.1"''11"1 "-J

Oklahoma City wnue ".."c.-.. t
had 38 for Mempnis
Seattle, CincinnaU and Dayton are
the. four teams already named to
New York's N.LT.- tournament.
In other games. Bill Ebbaa scor scored
ed scored 41 points to lead Detroit to an
87 decision over Tulsa; Lionel
Sm tallied 44 points as Missou Missouri
ri Missouri rv-led. Marquette, 98-78; Michi Michigan
gan Michigan State broke Illinois' 21-gsme
: .,u.b i.k n ea.
rami wuuuhk iwc. - i
j -- V i .n. ; ih.
last twu minutes to best Micnw-
g.n, 68-63. and Kansss State down-
ed Nebrsska, 8156,

WANTED: Experienced cook.
v must do washing also, for foreign
1 couple without children. ,Must
sleep In employment. References
' mM..l.mA ..l.n. Ma 40- f
146 48th Street, Panama City.
RI.Rcv.G. II. Brooks
Arrives Tomorrow
From Br. Honduras
The Rt. Rev. Gerald r Henry
Brooks of Belize, British Hon Honduras,
duras, Honduras, will be the house guest of
tlA ttf Tair onA Hra T3 TTaKai.
Gdoden at the Bishop's House,
334'Gorgas Road, Ancon when
he arrives on the Isthmus tomor tomorrow.
row. tomorrow. He will be presented to the
clergy of the Episcopal church,
their wives and delegates at av
reception to be given by Bishop
and Mrs. Gooden in the Fern
Room of the Hotel Tivoll on
Thursday nig-ht.
Bishop Brooks .will also ad-
dress the Convention of tha
'Woman's Auxiliary of the Epis
copal church In the cathedral.
On Friday, Bishop Brooks will
address the Youth convention of
the i Episcopal Church' and on
Saturday he will be the guest of
the '37th Annual convocation.
On Sunday morning Bishop
Brooks will preach at the Cathe Cathedral
dral Cathedral of St. Luke, Ancon, at 11:00
a.m. In the afternoon he will be
the special preacher at the -Mast
Meeting to be held at St. Paul's
Church, Panama at 4:30 and at
7:30 p.m, on Sunday-. he will
preach at Christ Church Byrthe Byrthe-Sea,
Sea, Byrthe-Sea, colon.
. From Monday to Wednesday
following Bishoo Brdoks will ac
company Bishop Gooden and
the other clergy to Santa Clara
for the Annual Clergy. Retreat
when he will give the Retreat
meditations. '
On Feb. 28. Blsnop Brook, and
Bishop ; Gooden will ; leave the
Isthmus and make a series of
visitations in Central America.
Unconvinced
telephone (Conversation 'with Mrs.
Scales. r
"I dodltnrrsrwhirr belieVe be
cause Mrs. McDonald lias been
very -emotionally u p s t,? Mrs.
Sapia said. She added that Mri.-'
McDonald had been under ''treat ''treatment
ment ''treatment by several doctors. -vr
vThe j attractive u r disap disap-neared
neared disap-neared from a 30-foot vacht owned
by Dr. Joseph X, Dodge, of.Tren-
ion,- ii,j:,:- f .-. ..i . ;
'Dodge, who nad employed Mrs.
Scales as a nurse for., 12 years,
told j authorities she. might have
been pi t c h e d overboard while
walkine on deck- j ..
It was believed thst Mrs: Scales
drowned, and authorities launched
search for hep body The formal
search was called off late last
week, but Cahoon lias kept watch
tor any sign oi me nooy. .
Dodge had anchored hi yacht
at Ocracoke. a remote island off
the North Carolina coast,' because
of bad weather, lie and Mrs.
Scales had been en route to Ocra Ocracoke
coke Ocracoke from Belhaven. N.C. -'
Dodge since hs returned to
Trenton. .;, j 1
Birdnqper Jfaysr
35 Fine In Coiirt
- GELSENklRCHEKf,' Germany,
Feb. 19 (UP) A tourt today con.
victed Johann Schonhoff of. being
a Diranaper.
: Schonhoff ; received an eight eight-month
month eight-month suspended sentence. He
was- fined $35 for kidnaping six
pigeons from a fellow-bird fancier,
Willi Schaefer, last July and hold
ing them for ransom.
Schaefer called police. And when
Schonhoff sent one of his birls
with a ransom note for, $5, the
case was solved.
-Schaefer released the bird with
a bright streamer attached to its
leg. --. -,-,.
Police cars, two Private planes
and thousands of militant nleeon-
fsnciers on bicycles followed the
flight of the homing pigeon to
Schonhoff. ,
Shut & Open Case
, . ... i
MEMPHIS, Tenn. Feb. 19 (UP)
Park policeman Motee S. Daniels
had to take 15-year-old Bill .Sheck'
to the local locksmith in ordef to o-
pen handcuffs he bid put oa tho
boy. f
Sbeck asked Daniels to let him
try on his handcuffs to see if he
"could get out of them.
' Daniels obliged and after a lot
of tugging young Sheck gave up
and asked tne policeman to free -him.
Daniels resched in his pocket
for the key, but it wasn't there.
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ef fJie people know the truth and the country is safe Abrnham iXncoln.

32nd YEAR

PANAMA, R. P. TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 19, 1957

rlYE CENTS

INCOME

Eden Stricken
Will Receive

With iiness Aboard Rahgitata
Emergency Treatment In Aucldand

LONDON, Feb. 19 (UP) Cdn- said the prime minister's health
servative Party sources reported "gives cause for anxiety'
today that former Prime Minis- Subseciuently Eden' quit the

ter Sir Anthony Eden has sui- House of Commons and rejected'

tirement.

Eden, 59, will receive emer emergency
gency emergency medical treatment when
his cruise liner Rannltata docks;

at Auckland, New Zealand, on,

50. on the case

New Zealand specialists had
already been sent the records on
Eden's illness in case medical

aid was found necessary after

the 33-day voyage

National Guard Charges That Army's

fered two recurrences at sea of a seat in the House of lords. On with him. Dr. EVans briefed the

the ailment which forced his re-1 Jan. 18 he sailed with his wife ship's surgeon. Dr. Peter Hinds,

ior a rest cure in New Zealand.
(Only last week Eden evi

denced continuing interest in
politics by sending homd a
message attacking the United

Thursday, the sources said. Nations jor condemning Israe Israe-Reports
Reports Israe-Reports reaching here fromi

the ship said Eden suffered two
attacks of fever during his voy- j
age across the Pacific
The' second was accompanied

by rigor, a sudden soaring of i m nl I 'IX ft T
exj& as. New Recruit Plan Is Kiss Of Death

last fall.
informed sources said the
ship's doctor radioed ahead to
arrange immedidte treatment
at Auckland. They said there
was no plan tor the states statesman's
man's statesman's own physician. Sir Ho Horace
race Horace Evans, or other London
specialists flying to him.

Eden resigned Jan. 9, after a

mdical bulletin signed by Ev

ans and three other specialists

li actions in' the Middle East I The former' prime minister
without taking action on E- was under orders to take a com com-gypt.
gypt. com-gypt. plete rest. He was still showing

He did not take a pnysician tne signs of overstrain wnen tne

Committee Rejects
Bid For Interest
Hike On Gl Loans
WASHINGTON (UP)-The
House Veterans Affairs Committee

today rejected President Elsen Elsenhower's
hower's Elsenhower's request to. raise interest
rates on GI home loans from- the
present i per, cent to 5 per cent.
Mr. Elsenhower had asked for

the increase to encourage mort

gage lenders to take a greater
part in the flagging GI home loan
program,
The committee, in rejecting the
request, insisted that veterans get
home loans; at one-half per cent
home loans aU one-half per cent
less than other government-insured
home mortgages. The inter interest
est interest rates on loans guaranteed by
the Federal Housing Administra Administration
tion Administration was boosted from 4 Mi to 5 per
cent lata las year.
The government could raise the
interest rate on. FHA-backed loans
without going to Congress, but
legislative action would be neces necessary
sary necessary to boost the VA loan rate.
The committee voted approval' of

a bill to increase to 912,500 tne
maximum direct loan the Veter-

miia auiuuubuiiwu ... v
veteran who cannot obtain a mort mortgage
gage mortgage at the 4per cent rate.
Th nresent ceiling on such loans

Is f 10.000. The.VA, it was under-; from

stood, now has a fund of about
230 million dollars out of which to
make these direct government
loans to' veterans.

WASHINGTON, Feb. 19 (UP)
The National Guard Association

accused the Army today of trying
to give it the "kiss of death" by

ordering all Guard recruits to

take six months of basic training.

Maj. Gen. Ellard A. Walsh, as

sociation president, said the

Guard would lose 50,000 men a
year if the order goes through.
This would start it "down that
long trail of oblivion and ultimate
federalization," he said.
Walsh appealed to a House
Armed Services subcommittee, to
prevent "our alleged friends in
the Pentagon" from Imposing
"this unpopular program" on the
Guard. 1
He said the Army had failed to
sell its own six-month reserve
training program to the nation's
youths and now wanted it "foist "foisted"
ed" "foisted" upon the Guard.
Kits of Dsath
i
If that happens, he added,
"then, in truth, we shall have had
the kiss Of death placed upon us."
'Asked why there had been ef

forts t "downgrade" the state-

cOntrolled Guard, walsh said wc
don't know whether they are jeal

ous of us, or whether thuy are

bound and determined mere is to

he nr national defense force un

less they control it lock, stock and

barrel."
Walsh renewed his feud with De

fense Secretary Charles E. Wil

son, who charged three weeKs ago
that the Guard was a "draft

dodging business" during the Ko

rean war.
He branded the remark as "ex

tremely serious, slanderous and
irresponsible." He said mar.y
young men joined the Guard dur during
ing during the Korean fighting "vith full

knowledge that they were ren

dering themselves naDie ior ac active
tive active service at a momeut's notice."

It contends that applying the
program to youths of pre-draft

age would disrupt their education

and discourage guard enlistments.

It wants the training limited to

11 weeks in this age bracket.

Wilson. President Eisenhower

and army officials have said more

training is necessary to1' mold the

Guard into a first class reserve

force which could be called into
immediate federal service in

event of war.
Walsh was the only 'witness

called by the subcommittee today.

It will resume the hearing tomor

row.

Rumor Thai Peron
May Return ft RP
Is Unconfirmed

Israel Says Egypt
Executed 30 Men
Captured In Sinai

LONDON, Feb. 19 (UP) Jeru Jeru-salm
salm Jeru-salm radio. The Voice of Israel,
today said Egypt had executed 30
officers captured during the Is Israeli
raeli Israeli Sinaj campaign and then re returned
turned returned to Egypt.
; The radio, quoting the Israeli
- if. -. ; j tu

newspaper nuuhn, aiu uic ut-
ficers were put to death in a

camp near Cairo. It said the exe
cutfons wer esrried out by ordci

of President Gamal Abdel Nasser

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Law

Wilton To Bt Rtesllad
Wilson, who returned last night

a Florida vacation, will be

rpra lied bv the subcommittee lat

er this week to explain his states
ment and the new training order
.nhaHnisH tn talc effect April 1.

The crux of the issue is whether : that "maybe the Ambassador
Guard recruits between 17 and; handling the matter
iia voars old should be required!

to spend six months on ctive j M if, m J l4mA Tuf
dutv. The Guard does not oppose VI I U 171 1 neiUia Ul

such training for older recruits.

CARACAS, Feb. 19 (UP) -Rum

ors were circulating here today to

the effect that ex-Argentine Presi

dent Juan D. Peron, Whose 180 180-day
day 180-day Venezuelan, visa expired .Feb.
9, will return to Panama as -a re

sult of negotiations by the Venezue Venezuelan
lan Venezuelan Minister of Foreign Relations.
However, there was no confirm confirmation
ation confirmation from any source.
Peron's aide, former Maj. Pablo
Vicente, neither- confirmed nor de denied
nied denied the rumor.
Peron arrived in Venezuela last
Aug. 9 from Panama with a visa
extended at the request of the Pa Panama
nama Panama government.
Informed sources said a brother
of former President Ricardo Arias
came especially to Caracas to ask
Venezuelan authorities to grant a a-sylum
sylum a-sylum to Peron.

Apparently, Venezuelans nowj

asKea Panama to take charge of
Peron once again.
The reaction of. Peronistas in Ca Caracas
racas Caracas to these rumors seems to

give the impression that they are

true.

The Panamanian Consulate did

not decy the rumor either. How

ever a spokesman said no requests
had been received' for visas but

is

6,969-tqn .liner made' its only

stop en route in the Panama Ca Canal.
nal. Canal. Eden met reporters'- there.
Last fall Eden suffered a sim similar
ilar similar sudden feverwhUe-"visiting
his wife, who was in hospital for
dental treatment. Doctors put
the then prime minister to bed'
on the spot. e,
At the tlihe of his resignation

last month officials said there

was another recurrence of, fever.
Accused Spy Soble
Undergoes Psycho
Exam At Beilevue

-NEW YiORK. Feb.," 19 fCP 1

Accused soviet spy Jack Soble,
54. underwent nsvchlatric ex

amination 'today m the prison

wara or Beiievue Hospital.
Federal Judge Svlvester Rvan

signed an order yesterday com committing
mitting committing Soble to the hospital'tor
three weeks", for "observation
and examination of his physidal
and mental condition" after h

collapsed, in his cell at Bronx Ci City
ty City Jail.
U.S. Attorney Paul Williams
said Soble, a U.S. citizen, had
been found lying on the floor of
his cell by a guard yesterday
morning. He-said Soble's eyes
were wide open, but he waa un unconscious.'
conscious.' unconscious.'

Soble, one of three persons' ar arrested
rested arrested by the FBI Jan. 25 on
charges of spying for the Rus Russians,
sians, Russians, was examined by doctors
at Morrisanla Hospital after his
collapse. They found he was suf suffering
fering suffering from a "psychogenic con condition"
dition" condition" and should be observed.
Doctors explained that psy psychogenic
chogenic psychogenic means that Soble's col collapse
lapse collapse is of psychiatric origin.
Williams said there was "defi "definitely
nitely "definitely no indication of anvthing
physically wrong with Soble."
Soble. his wife, Myra, 53, and
Jacob Albam, 68, were accused In
a Federal Grand Jury indict indictment
ment indictment Feb. '4 of spying on U.S.

defenses for an international
Soviet spy ring. They pleaded
innocent at their arraignment
last week.

By RICHARD A, MULLENS
THE sale of property in 1956

can have important tax conse consequences
quences consequences which are explained in
this art'ele of the Primer., K
If you had one or more of the

following transactions in 1956, you
will have to fill out what is call called
ed called "Separate Schedule D" and file
it along with Form 1040: ?
1. Salt of vour hem, car. hoiita-

hofd furnishngs, twlry, r ether
parional property for more than
it cost you. If you sold any of

these items for less than it cost.

you cannot deduct the loss.

2. 5a la of securities or real es estate
tate estate you bought for investment or

speculation.
; 3. Securities or non busintss

loans which bacama worthless In

1754.

, All of these "transactions would
be reported as Capital Assets on

bcneuuie v, under either "Short

Term Capital Gains and Losses"
or "Long-Term J' depending on
this rule:
A non-business or personal loan

which became worthless in 1956

is a snort-term capital loss regard regardless
less regardless of how long ago you made
the loan. The rest of the transac

tions will be short-term if, you
held the property for sixvmonths

or less and long term, if held for

more than six months.
If you sold your residence In
1956 read over the special rules on
paga 12 of the official instructions.

Note that undar certain circum circumstances
stances circumstances whera the proceeds of the

sale ara used to buy another

house, part or all tha

may not be taxed

vr the following additional infor

mation and tips:

The term ,'residenee,., includes' a

House, houseboat, or house trailer

Tf you live in more than one place

n must De your principal resi
dence.

When part of the property is
used as your principal residence,
and part is used for business pur-J

poses or rented out, only the allo

cated gain on that part of the

TAX MADE EASY- (No. 7)

(WE SHOVLD LIVE SO LONG)

I HE SAID MY CAR - 74
WAS AN ANTIQUE AND ' --
:' PAID AAE FOUR TIMES J- '

II --7 n 1

' PRETTY 600D TRADE IN ;

: i aui just s?.mn pc -s s : i ;

THAM PAID FOR THAT CAR.

LTTrT':W;';:

'LIT J 'fiSawia- J-'IIj.

umn '(f) 'the cost of anjf improve improvements,
ments, improvements, such as an additional room,
front procb or the like. Do not, in include
clude include the cost of repairs and or ordinary
dinary ordinary maintenance such as paint painting
ing painting the house,- Any cost; you in-'
elude here reduces your taxable

gain.- t r
Your cost or othej basis, which
also goes in. column (f)-is what
vou paid for' the property if you
bought it. If it was inherited, it is
the air market value at the date
.1 J ; -J i, ...

year, later at the election of tha
executor. If it was a gift receiv received
ed received isnce 1920,v the basis is whatev whatever
er whatever it cost the last person' who
bought it. If received before 1921,
the basis is its fair market value
at the time of the giit.
The'' schedule automatically in includes
cludes includes only half of any. long-term
capital gain; in, taxable income.
This naif becomes part of your in income;
come; income; taxed at the -same rate as
your otner income until you pass
the 50 per cent bracket.
After the separate -Schedule D
is filled out, transfer either the
gain or loss t the small Schedule
B on page 3 of Form 1040v
" Next; Pensions, rental, ether in in-eom(
eom( in-eom( 'V '" t .
Scandinavian Plane
On Pole Flight Runs

buy another property used as the principal res-, within the proper period you buy,fH Ii,ML! 1 V
the gain realized idence is not taxed. The gain enlor construct another hometcosting ifJ ABlODdHCf
' Jii'P e.ek. ''j-tte business or rented part of tbO 13,000 or more. V i : .5 1 vf """f V '

Little League

Girls 9, Boys 6

Foreign Ministers
Excluded In London
Disarmament Talks

By Cuban Censors1

HAVANA, Cuba (UP)The Mi Miami
ami Miami (Fla) Herald's Sunday issue
was slashed to ribbons before it
was allowed to appear on Havana
newsstands Sundsy.
Censors scissored out 45 'inches
of type a quarter page of a five
column wide "objectionable"
storv.

TiNmnN. Feb. 19 (UP) The; The "objectionable" material

wtrn Pic Three will reject Rus-1 Included a Georee Southworth h-

ni hrHrr sias proposal to turn the London line story reporting hypothetical
v..r i disarmsment next month into a gains by revolutionaries in their

four-power Foreign Ministers con-struggle against the government
ference. it was learned today. as reported by the clandestine or or-The
The or-The decision will prevent new gan Revolucion.

Soviet Foreign Minister Andrei- Earlier in the week the govern-

Gromyko. named to succeed umi- ment circulated to all Havana
tri Shepilov last week, from find-j newspapers for mandatory publl publl-ing
ing publl-ing an immediate east-west rost-l cation an interview by Southworth
rum to launch his diplomatic re which lauded President Fulgenclo
gime. 'Bt"rta.

The west s view is mat me ais ais-armament
armament ais-armament talks due t open in
London March 18, shall be headed
by high ranking officials but not
by foreign ministers.
The London meeting was agreed
earlier this month. It will be at
tended by the United Stales, Brit Britain,
ain, Britain, France, Russia and Canada.
The west's decision will be hand handed
ed handed to Russia in New York this

week, officials said.

The
Judge's Bench

Fifteen babies were born in Coco

Solo Hospital during the week end

ing at midnight Wednesday,- ac

cording to the! regular hospital re

port. During the same period. 16

patients were admitted and j67

were discharged.
Babies were born to the follow

ing American citizens: Pfc and

Mrs. Richard Williams, of Coco So-

uto, daughter: Mr. and Mrs. John

Kerr, of Colon, daughter; lit. and
Mrs. Frank Gardner, of Fort Gu-

lick. son:- Mr. and Mrs. Andrew

Stohrer. of Margarita, daughter;

Pfc. and Mrs. Robert bhann, of

Coco, Solito, daughter; Sgt. and

Mrs. John Sinclair, oi coco bonro,

son: Mrs. Edward Banach, of

Gulick Heights, son: Mr. and Mrs.

Barney Harvey, of Coco hoiuo,

son; Mr. and Mrs. Paul Grem Grem-mineer.
mineer. Grem-mineer. of Gulick Heights, daugh

ter; and Mr. and Mrs. David Al

len, ot coco aoiuo, oaugmer.
Babies were born to the follow following
ing following parents of Panamanian nation nationality:
ality: nationality: Mr. and Mrs. Manuel Ba

rrios, of Rainbow Jity, son; Mr.

and Mrs. Asquitn meiem, oi co colon,
lon, colon, son; Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Wat Wat-tiov.
tiov. Wat-tiov. of Colon, daughter: and Mr.

and Mrs. Anthony Cabe, of Colqn,

daughter.

Dimas Alberto Avila', 20 Pana Panamanian,
manian, Panamanian, was fined $10 in Balboa
Magistrate's Court today for hav having
ing having ntf driver'; license, plus anoth

er $5 for lack of an inspection cer certificate.
tificate. certificate. Olmedo Rojas, 30, Panamanian,
was fined $5 for having no wind

shield sticker, and Mario Ledez-j
ma, 30. Panamanian, paid the

same fine for the same offense.

Ernesto Alonso Marshall, 34, Pa Panamanian,
namanian, Panamanian, was fined $25 for hav

ing no operator's license.
-

Hong Kong Airways

Plane Hits New

Record For Flight

HONG, KONG (UP) A Viscount
turbo-prop airliner of Hong Kone
Airways has shaved 37 minutes orf
the record flying time for the 930 930-mlle
mlle 930-mlle flight between Hong Kong and
Okinawa, it was reported today.
The plane covered the dtstance
in three hours and 25 minutes Sun

dsy for an average speed of 332

miles per hour.

property must be reported.

For example, if a taxpayer rent

ing one tmrd oi his residence sells
it for $6,000 profit, he must report
nntl-thiivl ft f Via it in rm 0 AAA

uiiv-vuu A vm, MSC a 4X1. VI ap&VUU
but need not report $4,000 of the

prom u he otherwise complies
with the special rules on sale of a

residence. ... .
1 In determining hew much yau
have to put inte a new house in

order te postpone the tax on

profit you made during' 195 In
selling your old house, you start

with the soiling price of your eld
house and subtract .selling com com-missions.
missions. com-missions. ..
In addition, you can subtract ex

penses tor redecorating done to as assist
sist assist the sale and performed within

a 80-aay period ending on the nay
you sign a contract to sell the old
house, provided you pay for the
redecorating within 30 days after

me aaie ot sale.

ror example, you sold your
house tor $15,000, paid a $1,000
commission and a $1,000 redecerat-.

mir live only oald l$Ta J TCY0'- i'eb-; MW The
vour oA Thorn hJ' h!JI Scandinavian; Airlines System ov ov-ga?n
ga?n ov-ga?n ol $3 000 er-the-pole geophysical flight from
8Vyou effi the benefit of spe.KS SSfSSA h "."l f
detlsur?to"t1.clTSS to
r5"Sih!4etour off Its course, "because; of

Even though vou- did n'at bu'k

chart a now home by Dae. 31, 1954,

it you Tninn yea may either buy
r build within the required po-
ried you naed net report tax 'en
the profit from the sale ef your j

ia xasiaence on your -le .return.

li i huM I .r J into the military iarcraft V after
ZXrt-'TrWi rfile-vinrits- Ja stop at Shemya in

SAS Tokyo officials said' the

Slane, a DC-7C, had radioed that
was forced foe safety reasons
to detour off its course in flying
south after encountering unidenti unidentified
fied unidentified military aircraft performing a a-erobatica
erobatica a-erobatica over the ocean.

The officials said the plane ran

If if develops that you don't buy

v muuu aim ultuuv a new resi

dence within the specified time,

the Aleutians. They did not say
when the encounter took place.
The plane was originally schedul
ed to arrive in Tokyo at 6 p.m. but

ing bill just after you .sold, you

will not be taxed on any profit j

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Hungary Puis 2
Rebels On Trial
For Their Lives

Ameihysls Featured
In Gem And Mineral
Display Al Library

The February exhibit of the

Canal Zone Gem and Mineral
Society now on display at the
Canal Zone Library-Museum,
contains a number of amethysts,
the birthstone of the month, in
addition of a variety of finely
polished stones In interesting
settings.
Under the direction of Mr and
Mrs. E. A. Cox, these displays are
changed each month, with the

birthstone of the month being
given prominent place.
With the exception of the
amethysts, all stones used in the
February display are native to
this area. Featured on the bot bottom
tom bottom shelf of the display case is

a collection of petrified woods
also native to Panama.

Aquamarines and bloodstones

will be the stone featured our
inc the month of March.

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South's Segregation Controversy
Gallops Off In All Directions

VIENNA, Feb. 19 fUPV- Com

munist Hungary put 12 rebels on
trial for their lives vesterdav in

a Budapest courtroom surrounded

by troops armed with machine

guns.

Reports from the Hunearlan

capital said the 12, including
25-year-old woman medical sfu

dant, were charged with "murder,
attempted murder, instigation

to rebellion and concealing

IUI 3. i
It appeared that a major Com Communist
munist Communist show trial was being or organized
ganized organized for the first time since

Russian troops and armor moved

in to crush the Oct. 23 unrisin.

Radio Budapest has said the

inai may last a montn. i.
More than- 300 persons jammed
the courtroom. Hundreds of others
stood outside the building under

tne eyes ot tne soldiers..
A female judge and two male

"people s judges" were hearing

me case.
The major defendant was Olona

Toth. a medical student who.

according to Budapest radio, had

pleaded guilty.

ane was charged with giving a

member of the AVH secret police

a latai injection at a Budapest
hospital during the rebellion.

Playwright Jozef Gan. 27. and

journalist Gyula Overshovsky, 30,

were accused of "having printed

and distributed anti Communist
and anti Soviet leaflets." The
leaflets." The leaflets called for
strikes and were "aimed at
raising hate j against the Soviet
the Soviet Union," the prosecutors
charged.
The other nine defendants were
accused of assisting in '.he print printing
ing printing and distribution of the leaflets.

In addition two of them were
charged with beating the secret
policeman after Miss Toth al allegedly
legedly allegedly gave him the injection.
Maximum penalty on conviction
of any of the charges is death
under the martial law imposed
last December.
A number of Individuals have

been tried and executed since
December, but todavV trial was

the first large one to be held in
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and (c), the date acquired and tie
date sold, check to make sure 4 U,
property listed under long-term ca ca-pital
pital ca-pital gains and losses' was held for
more thaa six months. 4
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preciation) (depreciation) unless at some time
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YOKNAP ATA WPHA COUNTY, lngton maneuvered to delay
Feb. lsW(UP) Partisans in the Congressional action on civil

South's segregation controversy, rights legislation. Georgia's un
debated the issues of civil rights precedented move to impeach

laws, racial violence, integration
drives and the legality of both

taws ana eoun decisions toaay

COLUMBUS, Feb. 19 (UP)
James E. Allen's determination to
make a date with a woman while

she visited the Yellow Front Cafe eeedings before three courts, a
landed kirn ia jail today. 'grand jury axid three legislative
Witnesses told police the itlner- iorums. -snt
worker appeared at tb cafe In twe hearings the Nation-
clutching a stick of dynamite a fid al Asm. for the Atranceinent :

tsid he would "blow up' the place ef Catered reeple wa under

aix U-Sr Supreme Coun mem

bers went to the state senate.

The Georgia hecne y ester

These Issues figured in pro-( day passed the resolution 117

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suspected NAACP Instigation of
the Negro Inter-Civic council's
drive to integrate Tsllahaasee
buses.

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suit, is illegal under state bar-
ratry laws. j
Joe Bpagna. t white student,!
was threatened with contempt'

action for hie "yep" ahd. nope"
replies during questioning' about
hbi recent arrest for sitting with

A Florida state lejislaUve Negroes on a bus, -,
committee mvestleatlni the SDaena denied anyone in flu-

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