The Panama American

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

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Newspapers -- Panama (Panama)   ( lcsh )
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newspaper   ( sobekcm )
newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage:
Panama -- Panama

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

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University of Florida
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oclc - 18709335
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Latin' AmrWan: Civic, Council'' rprntatfv, hwd

"At Gov, W. E. Pottr'a eonfrrtc yttterday that. .
t7 ..1. Shortag,of funds' compl tht us of a priority
stytem.for achool busas'in tht coming yar
'2.'Tvielvnew 25-pawtnger bUt .will aoon rrt-

provo tht public 'transportation, ttryica.. .
"l : '3.V'Marktt 'batktf prict dtcrtaitd I slightly

'January: '1

k-4..No ttudent assistants will. be, tmploytd tiurmg tht

prtstnt Latin American school-vacation period, btcaust of

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priorities

riffed

- The explanatifcn of the1 basis
on nVilnh a fro. nrhnnl hits SPl'V-

ice will be Available during the
comins: fiscal year was given- by

H h. Donovan, civu- wwm
rmninr nrf r w. colllnee. as

i.t.anf. hi nir i n tendeni of

'Schools, i "4:, '.wvy:..;,'.':;'?:'

'The February "conference was
held in the board r6om of the
Administrative Building and was

the -first of the meetings jn -ecutive
session which art f oe
held every other onth;
, Meetings on alternate months
will be open to the: public vfor
jjeneral discussion of topics un under
der under consideration. .- M'si
? It ii presently planned, Col Colllnee
llnee Colllnee saldj to. offer the iref bus
service tiret to. children living
In communities ;, whertj. school
faculties are not ftvaable.
For- example, free bua serv

ISRAEL,
EXPECTED,
TO; REJECT,
IKE'S: PLEA

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enhower's call

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Tsracl, PeB. 21
i.pfpnent sources
s -s. T-ii-ael is ex-
.11. 'it 1 -for
an. miconcu-

i'Anfli '.Vitiidrawal ol its Jorces

from the oaza strip 'Vand-the

Sharm el sheikh;, are o:we
Gulf of Aqaba. 'H-,M i
Th government sources saw

Gurion, who met twicewith n

cabinet in emergency
today, was expected to. telephone
Washington his negative .reply
before he makes an. announce announcement
ment announcement to: an: extraordinary ses session
sion session of tht ; Knessetv (Parlia (Parliament):
ment): (Parliament): ' ."5 'v '-"J
political : sources' aldx Israer
wilt not close toe door to fur further
ther further talks on the basis of a Can Canadian
adian Canadian proposal ior Gaza-Aqa-
ba solution, t. v- i
But they said it wiU ftot ac accent
cent accent the 'unconditional witn-

rfrai without guarantees. as

requestetl by Washington..

Hafigard Eden;CaII$

For

Al Suirind Aqaba

AUCKLAND! New" V Zealand

Feb. Jl (UP). British former

premier. Sir Anthony. E a en,
drawn- and, haggard from two
fever attacks at sea V arrived

here for a recuperative vacation
today but mustered strength to
call for freedom of navigation In

the Gulf of Aqaba and the Suez

. The former premier "arrived
beard the Uner Rauritata for
m long rest following hfti resig resignation
nation resignation in broken bealth in tht
aftermath f the Sues rislv

After stating "I am feeling

better now," the pale 59-year-l

old statesman said: "I see there
is argument about freedom of

passage In- the Gulf of Aqaba.'

- He had been asked his views

on Middle East devekjpmenK
Lady Eden; leaped to her
feet And looked tat a porthole
"at her husband continued:
"I think there should be free freedom
dom freedom there (Aqaba)' just aS 3
think there should be. interna
tlonal freedom in the Cues Ca

naL Passage through the Gulf
of Aoaba would be of value as

an ou route for tht free world.1

At that point. Lady Eden
Broke off the conference saying
she wanted to aeet Auckland

irom ujc cecs.

' Arraignment In tJ.i S. rDlstjict

court ior lour young men who are
accused of having burelarized the

Cocoa Service itation was conti

nued todayuntu the court's If arch
term day' J;. r
i Previously, arraienment for Wal

ter Jaime Nieto Franklin Joseoh

Lenhart, Hector Daniel Nash and
Andres Magallanet had been post postponed
poned postponed from the Feb. 5 term. day.

(The men were bound over last

month in Balboa Magis t r a te's

oor ior ma! ui tie higher ibu-

Nieto ts free on t30B fc.il- hm

jpthers on bail of S330 each.

; :": ifair-rajsfns

HOLLYWOOD, Feb. 21 flT)

a ywnnmi irar Jin Merua sayt
hit life lately has been a esse of
kair today and gone tomorrow
Last wk lie vu cast at a cadet
ia a CBS-TV "West Point" story
which required a nearly cue-ball-!
like haircut. Thli week ke needed
to have hair natch n rfoMf ill

rr hia lwriin te pUy the pirt of

To mi iiminia in a : Zl.Bt

i stater Uiepiaj,

ice would first be provided for
:auch communities as La Boca
and Chagres for the transpor transportation
tation transportation of high.' school students

to Paraiso. i i
'After thesj students- are ac accommodated,
commodated, accommodated, the distance from

tne various scnoois win oe taacn

into consideration, i

.-Civic Council ; renresentatlves

were asked to Indicate 1 other

considerations in estabhshing

the service" and the concensus

was thatH younger -child r t n

should be felven preference, over

tnose of high school age.
. Civic Council representa representa-.
. representa-. tlvearere abo Informed of tht
; progress being mad on plana
for establishing school facili facilities
ties facilities for handicapped 'children.

: Both .'Potter and Donovan

spoke highly of the "services of

Dr. Ray Graham who recently

completed a Survey for'1 Canal

Zone authorities. He has recom recommended
mended recommended .that the facilities be
established on a. limited basis
at first, gradually Increasing
the services thereafter.. ? i 1
, Dr. Graham' left & complete
outline Of. the program, includ

ing details on teachers,, schools,

curricula ana oiner 1 pertinent
advice, r -; -.
Dpnovan i indVcated that it
is: presently planned, in line
with Dr. Graham'a recommen recommendations,
dations, recommendations, to start a school for
the correction of speech de-,
fects during the' coming fis

cal rrar. ..

provAl 1. is.bfea $ en to cm

creticgM under certain ouarters

at &anta cruz with a suht rea
tal increase s requested1 by it
ilents therti -H

He alse announced that an
additional $40,000 has been
made-1 ara'lable for quarters
maintenance to Latin Ameri American
can American communities. .. i; ;. f

-'A brief presentatloA of the
plans and progress being made
In the : establishment of. the
group health insurance program

oy KODert van wagner, presi president
dent president of, the Group Health in insurance
surance insurance Board, and Daniel Pao Pao-luccl,
luccl, Pao-luccl, coordinator of tht pro

gram. ;' .:-'' .' :' -.

The council representatives

were urged' to give their full
support to the program- and to

urge employes to join beiora the

March 10 deadline.

British Cadet
Sues;-; PC. (Ca
For :$7008

' An It-year-eld British merch
nt marine fadet has sued the
Panama Canal Co, for $7001
. which is sought as reimburse reimbursement
ment reimbursement for damages suffered from
a broken leg.

'Through his attorneys, J oh n

Gordon Whitelaw states in U, S

District uurt that he was a crew crewman
man crewman aboard the Reina del ; Mar

last May 24 when the accident oc
curredv -

Whitelaw says the ship was In
Pedro Miguel' locks with towing
wires fastened both to the vessel

and to the towing mules on the

lockwalls.

'One of the wiresV he charges, was

Improperly -coued. and the Canal

Company's employe, mule operator

E. f, ward, operated his towing

locomotive In such ,". way as to

cause it to break under tension.
The -hroken wire -recoiled and

struck .Whitelaw, fracturing .ale

leg.

'The cadet seeks $3500 damages

foe pain and personal injury, $60

for clothing, fWftr medical puis

and waees. ...i. ...

He also charges the disabling in

jury prevented his completing nis

formal period oi training as a caa

et. and that his promotion from

the ranks was aeiavea as a resuu.

For this he seeks $3,000 damages.

Attorneys Charles K.. Kanurez

and Woodrow de Castro filed the

complaint for Whitelaw,: who also
petitioned the court ta appoint at

torney, uavia nooie as ni. ur.

DR. I. S. PAIK, left, wall knewe public health medical ecenemltf ,' ft' thew
above conferring with Col. Chirlet 0 Vruce, Canal Zaoe-fubli Meelth'
f Piraetor, in hit effteeet Balba-MihW

Widely-Known U.S. Medical Economist

Begins Study Of CZ Health Services

dian ad litem.

Cocqli Service
Station Burglary
Case Continued

Lmiis. Sees,

Sunerl:nker

Hit Csn:l Bank

5,

Ahead

SYDNEY- Auatrall "v.

lur) The Australian Agricultur Agricultural
al Agricultural Council announced today it

riauucu 9 impon neat trom Eu

rope to neip light one of .Austral

M S biggest Sroblema rahhiti

IDe fleas earrv i-hhiniii-

uuease i myxomatosis ). They will
be shipped to Australia by plane

The Council said tests w'nnlA K

miae u mase certain the fl

are not' harmful -to domestic ani animals
mals animals and birds before being re-

'. The Liberian supertanker Tau-:
rus cleared JBalboa for the open

sea this morning, though she still

has a hole in her port side amid
thins as a result of hitting the Ca

nal bank yesterday south of, Cuca-

racba. ..' j-

: A Canal diver went down and

looked the hull over, after the big

tanker reacnea uaiDoa in me lave

afternoon. (

The vessel ir ? believed' to be

'dripping" a little of her crude oil
cargo, but this was not expected

to handicap her voyage to Los An

eeles. She is carrying 31,243 tons

of crude oil from Amuay Bay, ve
nezuela.

This was the first serious "bant

bumping" accident jn tht Canal in

many montbr. f
By happenstance. the Canal's

Marine Director, Capt. Warner S,

Rodiman, was transiting aboard

the Taurus when tht vessel sheer

ed to port in the narrow Cucara-

cha sector and hit tne Dana.
' It appeared today that no spec!

fie cause has been determined as

to why-' the heavy supertanker

"inn a aheer. A boarfl. nf invea-

tigation sat in Balboa far into the

night. ,.

Fernie & Company were agents

for the1 666-foot, ship which has a

beam of 88 feet.; Her fresh water

draft in Gatun Lake was 35 feet.

She is owned by the Transcontinen

tal Oil Company.

-. Canal pilots aboard were Capt.

V. f 7 Kerlep and Capt. H. G. Fe-

The vessel sheered at 2:10 'p.m.

A comprehensive studv of Canal

ione neaitn services was begun

inis weex oyur. Isidore S. JJalk,
widely-known public health medic medical
al medical economist an author' whose
completed report is desired i to
serve as a basis for long-range
planning in the local public health
field.

Reservoir Hill
Vagrant Gets

15 Days Iri 'Jail

For being .found on Reservoir

Hill without legitimate business,
Luis Singh, 23, "Panamanian, will
spend the next 15 days in Balboa
Jail.'.,.'; ".' :,''! -He.
was convicted of vagrancy

this morning in Balboa Magistra Magistrate's
te's Magistrate's Court -' -' - i

Dr. Falk, who. was in Panama

last year as consultant and advi

sor on general' neaitn and social
security in the Republic for the

government' of Panama, in "col

laboration with the World Bank,

has brpirrm '"Tt rv te Canal

Zone government to liidke an ex extensive
tensive extensive survey which will include

organization, staffing, funding,: andJ

faculties. He has been asKed to of

fer suggestions for immediate pro programs
grams programs as well as to provide esti estimates
mates estimates 'of needs 'and emphasis' to
be applied in future planning. In

addition Dr. Falk wiu study the a.

dequacy of the physical plants for
the performance of their public

Health mission.
falk agreed to come to the Can Canal
al Canal Zone in keeping with the present
company government policy of

having experts in various fields as-j

sess needs for the years ahead ana

render independent views on over
all operations. V" ;

Uponpr Falk's arrival, Col.

Charles 0. Bruce, Health Bureau

Director, .stated that the Canal or organization
ganization organization is particularly fortunate
in having available, the only mn
with such wide experience in the
entire field of public health admi

nistration, and,. in addition, one al

ready familiar with, the area
through his, work In fth Republic
lastyer-.f i i
J h 'i ''-.".',' i'-j1'''
Mn a 'ststement, Talk expressed
admiration for the achievements
of' the Canal Zone Health Bureau.
, "The triumph over: tropical di.
ti that made the construe.
lion of the Cenal pe.sible,ia ene

of tho greatest achievement, in
the history tf public. hee(thf'' he
said. p

. SEVERAL IMPORTANT person personnel
nel personnel changes -in the administration
of President Ernesto de la Guar Guar-dia
dia Guar-dia Jr. were predicted today by
the .tabloid daily La Hora, :

" Among the changes mentioned

is the possibility of Angel Vega

Mendez, general administrator of

the Tocumen A'rport, being ap appointed
pointed appointed as consul general in Hong Hongkong
kong Hongkong or some other Far Eastern
port. Papito Thayer who returned
recently from Genoa where he
served as Consul, is mentioned as
Vega Mendez' replacement.

Ernestito Eying
Control of Canal

Pancma Releases
UelSailoii;
In Drowning Case

Two US. sailors were released

by Panamanian authorities yester

day after being held more than 48

hours in connection with the drown drowning
ing drowning of a Panamanian who had join

ed them in a trip to the Cerro Azul

mountain resort outside Panama

City. v. .

The release of Norman .W. SU

mons and James McCali was or

dered yesterday following the re

ceipt of the report on the- autopsy

performed oq the body of Shirley

. King, who drowned when; the

boat, which he and McCali 'were

using in turned over on Cerro A

zul lake Monday. ..

'F,or a. great minjr years I have
had the highest admiration, for, the
magnificent: achievements of the

able Governors,' and Health Direc

tori who -succeeded in overcoming

tht basic health, .problems of the
Canal Zone, and who ;have maint

ained the health of the population
"It was therefore -veryvgratlfy-

ins to be invited by Governor Pot

ter and Colonel Bruce to make an

independent survey of tne-heaun
aervieea 'a nd facilities of. the .Zone.

to review the plans they have al already
ready already developed and,, to i advise

them on health requirements and

opportunities for the .furure

'I shafl regard it as a great priv

ilese to contribute whatever 1 .can
to further improvements of the

health program," :, : A

Two hpodlums identified, as "The

cat" and the ".The Slippery One,"

csptured them lurking in the bush

es in Parque Lefevre after receiv receiving
ing receiving a tip by telephone. The two

men are alleged to be members of

the gang which has been commit

ting burglaries and holdups in Rio

Aba jo and Parque Lefevre.

A young woman resident of Co

lon is said to have leaped to her

death from the third floor of the

Wilcox building Monday because
the number she had been buying

played last Sunday in the lottery,'

- The woman, Teresa Martinez, re

portedly had bees buying the num

ber for some time but had no mon
ey to pay for it last Sunday,

'Pedro Juan Ortega, an asthma

victim, died yesterday afternoon
shortly : after taking a penicilin

tablet he had bought in the Roxy
drug store on i Justo Arosemena

Ave." .','--,; i-.w','-:-,W

ui'tega, an mplflrg--fft-a?"reM.

bf soda hotuing company, went uw treatu the united r state : in.

tfi the drug store and bought some Leased its annual' payments for
tableUUaking one .& the, drug, u,a riBhts to the canal from
gist. had suggested that- he take1 430.ooo to $1,900,000.

oneevery hslf houf. He walked ouci 'Xhere are also nlans, he said,

ana

An authorized official told the

United Press, "There Is no move
by either the government or the
Panamanian people -to nation nationalize
alize nationalize or internationalize the ca canal?'
nal?' canal?' The official' said that the
Panamanian government and
the Panamanian people have
given clear indication that
they are satisfied with tht
Trentjitn.t the Canal.
"ul o.Qlft.t-n4. til 104

to widen the waterway

modernize its installations.
This was decided at the last
meeting of the Panama Canal
company a few weeks ago.

The autopsy showed- the cause

of deaths as drowning and.estab-1

Iished tnat there were, no marks

of violence on the body.

Hexpert

CINCINNATI. Feb. 21 i UP)

The Post Office Department put a

hex on the effort of Don Foynter

to mail Ms do u yourselT' voodoo

kits, guaranteed to put a hex on

someone. :

v. .. ...
When told the department dee

lared the kits a fraud, Poynter

vowed. We 11 fly in witch doctors
from Haiti to testify for us if we

have to."

CannKRiinnl cd of Last Fiswl Year!

Grey

.With ceanmereial traffle at
a high level dvrsng December,
the number- ef transits f tht
Panama Canal a far tbia tin.
cal year eveeedt that la a
comparable period of tht past
fiscal year, according tt ship.

ping statistics annouar4 )es )es-terday
terday )es-terday at Balboa Helrhta.

' ... i ... .
There were 711 transits by

oeean-goinf eemmrreial vetse's

aariiif janeary, the second
snonth tf this fiscal year wheal ;

this elasa tf traffle has ex-
eeeded the 7 OS-mark.
Laet month's traflle- figuree-'.
'fell eonsiderably aelew those -In
December whew a new
monthly record was establish-
A with 751 transit.
'In addition to tht eemmeri
elal transits, there were IS
transits by U.S. Government 1
vessels in the erean-r ng ca ca-tegery,
tegery, ca-tegery, as compared tth ta
, iy JJ tht prevtoua tntnU, ...

Tolls last month totaled S3, S3,-19&H.
19&H. S3,-19&H. of which $129,413 was
In tells credits from Govern Government
ment Government shipping.
The number tf ocean-going
transits for the first seven
months of this fiscal year was
reported at 4.773, only 26 snore
thaa the first seven month
of the previous fiscal year. -Tells
this year have amoant amoant-ed
ed amoant-ed to $22,112,251, more thaa
f4M.I0t above tht prtvieaa
year's fixnrea, j

20-Day Strike

As Tugboat Crewmen

Gel Hew Wage Hike

TlltW 1 VORHT. Feb. 21 (UP)-i-

Tugboat crewmen and their em employers
ployers employers reached an agreement

early' today that settled a 20-

day-old tugboat strike.
' Mayor Robert FV Wagner and

Frank Brown, regional director
of the Federal Mediation and

Conciliation Service, announced
at 2; 10 a.m. that "both parties
had reached agreement" on A

new six-year contract.
The' contract Is subject to ra

tlflcation by membera of Local
33J of the United Marine Divi Division,
sion, Division, National Maritime Union,
which represents 4,000. tug,

barge, lighter and tanker crew crewmen
men crewmen in New York harbor.
CapC Joseph O'Hare, president

of the union, said he would call
a meeting for 1 p.m. tomorrow
to submit the contract to the
renk and file members. for ra-

tlfication.

James McAllister. presldmt of

tht Marine Towing and Trans Transportation
portation Transportation Employers Associa Association,
tion, Association, said the first tugs would

be back In operation "In a mat matter
ter matter of hours" after tht ratifica ratification
tion ratification by the union.
- The contract calls for an 11
per cent hourly wage Increase

divided evenly over two years.
Crewmen currently earn from
$1.7$ to $2A0 an hour. ,;

Keep Cahn V

of tht drug Store, but turned back

immediately saying he felt badly.

The druggist gave him' a chair in

which he sat dowa but he died

sooa afterwards. . s
, The Panama City Council has sp
proved a resolution to claim th

estate left by Spiro Ciomshrl or.

Gioniseri, who died intestate am
apparently Jias no known relatives
La Hora reported today.
According to -the resolution the
suit -would be placed in the hands

of a lawyer who would stand au,
expenses and collect 30 per cent of 1

the state after the esse has been The Canal Zone's getting into

solved. ; the act this Carnival-time will be

WASHINGTON. Feb. 21 (UP) United Stares of

ficials said today they have no knowledae of anv inten-

have been sentenced to two years rion D7 tne ranamanian government to change the Dres-

brancy5 isUnd n chrge,of,v V status of the Panama Canal.
EiCGato (Nicolas King) and El! They emphatically denied that they are concerned
Resbaiwo (George ombrier) were, over a report today that Panamanian President Ernesto
arrested last week when' police j j. . . ,

u iw wuuiuiu ia pibuilliy iu SCIAC I IIC lanUI, i;
A syndicated columnist said today that "taking his
cue from Egyptian dictator Nasser, Panama's! dynamic

rresiaenr trnesro de la buardia is making moves toward
taking over the Panama Canal."
The report said that United States officials are a a-ware
ware a-ware of that and are again studying the possibility of dig digging
ging digging a new waterway through Nicaragua.
United States officials' denied both contentions,.

Company chairman and as
slstant secretary of the Army
George Roderick nas publicly
stated that surveys are now un underway
derway underway for wort necessary. 1 to
meet added requirements of
snipping, of heavier tonnage..
The official challenged the
columnist's contention, that' it
would not cost much more to
hw Id a. canal "'in v Nir!ii,'"'r -'
than It wouid to, expand
instailationa of-the present
waterway. -K,- r:'-
He said that actually new
canal would cost many tunot
the amount of any proposed
expansion.

The columnist report took of officials
ficials officials here by surprise because
they had considered that rela relations
tions relations with Panama art following
a very satisfactory course,
One official qualified to com comment
ment comment on this point, said tnat
President de la Guardia has
gained the reputation as a very
reasonable and practical states- i
man and that it was doubted
here that he would undertake
such an extreme step as to abro abrogate
gate abrogate the present treaty. .
Health Insurance

Bill Approved Al
CLU-MTC Meeting ;
Health Insurance legislation was
among items of business approved
at the reeular monthly meeting of

the Canal Zone CLU-MTC; AFL- -CIO,
held in the Board Room at
Balboa Heights.
This action was taken on rec

comendation of L. S. DamianL.

CLU Legislative Representative in
Washington. -
Provisions of the biO approved.

by the CLU would include cover

age of all government employes

in the Canal Zone regardless et ci citizenship.
tizenship. citizenship. --:

According to DamiamV differ differences
ences differences in a number of labor propos
ed insurance plans have been ra
solved by the staff of the Depart Department
ment Department of Social Security AFL-CIO.
The basic principles,, of the Bill,
resulting from this action are:
1. Free choice of plan by em-
ployes.
2. A government contribution of
at least half the cost of compre comprehensive
hensive comprehensive medical care for the em-
ploye and his family.
3. An employe advisory council
with an effective role in the ad-
minst ration of the program.
4. Full disclosure of financial
operations of participating insur-

snee plans, and continuing studies
of costs and beneft adequacy.
5. Continued coverage, at uni unified
fied unified support of all affiliated gov government
ernment government employe organizations
and meet the sound health Injur- v
ance objectives and standards of -the
AFL-CIO. Early introduction ia
expected.

CZ Gels Ihlo Swing
Of Carnival Fun
Saturday At Balboa

L Hora's freport on the resoluJ.-m.rked Saturdav at a flae

tion did not give the man's natuninS ceremony which to be he

ality nor the date of his death.

Councilman To Aid
Employes In Group
Health Insurance

.'Arrangements have been made

for E. C. Johnson.: Rainbow City

Civic Council representative trom

Chagres, to be on duty at the of

fices of local SOO of the CIO at

Camp Bierd to assist employee, in
writing applications for the group
health insurance now being offer

ed Canal employes.

Announcement of the arrange

ments wss made by the Group

Health Insurance board. The board

desires to give the fullest coopera cooperation
tion cooperation to all employes in the group

health insurance plan and with

Johnson on duty daily at the CIO

offices, he will be able to assist

employes oa the Atlantic side.
He will be at the Camp Bierd of.
fices from 4 until 7 p.m.

Johnson, an employe in tne
Locks Division at Gatun, has work

ed closely with the board since it
was organized and is well acquaint

ed with the insurance plan being
offered. His services are being

provided on a purely voluntary

basis.
In the announcement about this

new service for Atlantic side em

ployes, a reminder was also given
that March 10 has been set as the

deadline for employes to file their

applications for the health insur insurance
ance insurance which is being offered on an

organizatioa.wide basis. If at least

half of the Canal employes sub subscribe,
scribe, subscribe, the plaa will become ef effective
fective effective immediately on a non-selective
basis.

rais

held at

Front Burners

4 p.m. near tht Goethals Memo Memorial.
rial. Memorial.

The blue-and-whfte banner

which will be raised on the flag

pole opposite the Balboa elementa

ry school will mark the first offi

cial activity by the new Queen.

She will be chosen at a public
contest tomorrow night at the Na

tional Stadium, from among 12

candidates.

The ceremony will provide the

official touch of approval of the
Canal Zone's participation in the,

Panama 1957 Carnival of Progress.!

ine carnival Queen wiu raise

the flag in Balboa and will be the
guest during a special entertain entertainment
ment entertainment program which will 'be stag

ed by students .of the Csnal Zone
schools. The program will feature

Panamanian dances and music.

Special guests at the ceremony

will be the Carnival Queen of Bal

boa High School and the five can

didates for queen of the Canal

Zone Police Ball.

The Panama Queen will attend

with members of the Carnival
Board and the "murga" (carnival
band).

This will be the second official

Carnival flagratsing in the Canal
Zone. The first ou took place in

1947, the last time that the Carni Carnival
val Carnival festivities had official sponsor sponsorship.
ship. sponsorship. This year's Carnival, which is
being sponsored by the govern government,
ment, government, will last from March 2

through S.

iordan Will Hot
Follow Communist
Doctrine-Hussein ;

AMMAN. Jordan. Feb, 21 fTJP

King Hussein of Jordan vea-

terday toid the Arab legion that

aggression on one border would
be considered aggression on all

other borders. In 'his address

!u" and "Imwilse."

Uleis'Paaid.

The

LONDON, tea. 21 (UP) -Boeoaay.
Avis Scott, wbe was

fired as a television announcer by I from "somewhere in Jordan" be
the British Broadcasting Corp.. be- emphasized that Jordan will not

cause., she .was "too alluriie,"! follow any modern doctrine

The
Judge's Bench
'! V. ; r.
. t

HOLLYWOOD, Feb. 21 fUPl

"Noah's Ark- win be replaced
March S, on NBC-TV by aa antholo anthology
gy anthology series which is now oa its tifla

title change. V

The series PrevtoanJy has been

caDed 'Impaet,,'IiTipae,-"Cri- sailed today for New York. Miss meaning Communism -thatifor failure to stop at a stop-sign.

Marcela Alvarado. 25. Panama Panamanian,
nian, Panamanian, was fined $25 for driving with

out a license plus an additional tl

latest I Srtt said sat v sated a Job as s

tooa.

contradict Arab

iiaUonalisas, ..

inUrtsU

andl The offense was tried la alboa

Magistrate a Court,

fi

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GATOR 6ULCH

J t Manv have heard of Hawkin's Falls. Pine Valley and Cr6s

ICree'., JsSa. Aa are smau towns ot which tne resioenw are
.proua. v,oi"rt nf Oat.ni Gulch alias' Pedro Ml-

AJUb 11UW AI1CM1J w w- 4.
kuel. tne Air j-wte's jungie wanare training area lor aprnt i ol
i'amilies aere, auoui oOO yaras from wj : iociu in i ..fxyW.

camp,- a town conaemnea ior oi.i!i. buu iuv a

iainiiics. .

i 1 we are moiestea oy roacnes oi enuunu w

! Jant. in oie dry seusoii we are icrtea m m i
5 th smoite irom burning wooas ana iielos. m the rainy season
we are wpi awaKe oy vhe oayinx ol au sorts oi animals ana
! iiwiey btars and what have1 you raid the KarbaRe ;cans.
Turtlea and snakes paraoe the roaas at niftht till it is no.t Bale
! to itave uur nome umess you are nding . ..
f Out oi aimost any wuiqow we can view Our Lake. A swamp
. '"where we are occasionally afioraea tile excitement of seeints an
.jln.inr cr.m loisnreiu acmiM. A breedine area tor mosauiioes.

Uon't get me wrong, sometimes it is sprayed. .That wouta be

alter some nousewiie complains her younR one nas Deen prao
tinai.u Adren oliuo hv a aa ilnn ntnnT Ikirttt-slze mOSOUUO).

I We cooi on stoves wnloh were retrieved from salvage and
' tecondiUoned. If you hink that isn't so. just ask a certain com com-!
! com-! -Aa-rtv how manv times thev are called out to replace a fuse that

. has blown in the middle of supper or dinner.
- And as if that isn't enough, we have our phone system.
Only, a genius could have thought it up. and it takes a genius
: to get a call through. All that is missing is the crank on tne

. This was heaven a year ago compared to the days when pur
I husbands had to ride the transisthmian express about 80 miles

i a day, to ana from work. When they arrived nome in uoco oo oo-!
! oo-! lito they had to go to bed right after supper, to be up in time
to go to work the next day.
1 But how about now? The Air Force has Locona. Why can't
i We be rid of. this Pedro Miguel sore spot. We are tired of pay pay-f
f pay-f tag higher rent than our other ofNbase comrades. We are tired
! of travelling an undetermined distance for bread and milk if we
i forget to pick it up at the commissary. We are tired of not re re-J
J re-J ceiving our proper privileges clubhouses, swimming pools, mo-
Ties and playgrounds. We have had more medical problems than
any other community or post on the Isthmus. It is obvious why.
i ; We hfcve one desire to move. If not to Albrook, then to
I Locona. -Some of us who do not have the rank of master ser ser-(
( ser-( geant or technical sergeant may never get to live on Albrook in
1 our three yean, here Why shouldn't the system be first come.
J first served. Longevity on the Isthmus is the thing.
j Aas airman, first class, or above who comes here n6w gets
to live in Locona, even if the guy gets married here. It's dis-

froceiui maKing iamnies live unaer inese circumsuuices wim
ids nine to 12 in the next room. Is it any wonder there are
forever rows and arguments out there.
, We live under a constant mental strain. Privacy Is an un unknown
known unknown word. And they want us to re-enlist here, fill your own'
vacancy, sav the Air Force tax dollars. Har Duty in Panama

; may be a dream for some. For others it Is never-ending night night-f
f night-f ware $ 9?

. MopafMi

By VICTOR RIISEL

Moscow decided to shift its A

raencan orancn neaa a uirttr

irom isew Yora to Ghicseo:tf l

nearer its labor friends, I may b

in miponiy oi one, Dut 1 insist
there still is a powerful network

oi unions wmcn nave not taken

Budapest as a personal insult.

When the new national 'Com

muiiisi Party neadquaners starts
operating there, it win be amono

xrienas in unions wpicn sun nav

noid of some locals in the na

uon s vital tooa industries ana

our deiense supplies. How much

more strategic can you get?'

This departure of the Comma

nisis national headquarters from

me a.ast win leave some of us

ittue uieiancnoiy we u., miss

snooping around their establish,.

ment ou dun mornings, but per perhaps
haps perhaps it's just as well. The 'friends

oi tne soviet union wiu De oper

ating more suotiy now and we

mignt have had ditiiculty trying

to Keep apace.
'iMit is, for xampl, tha
martar of a pr Communirt
union donouncini th Commu Commu-nlit
nlit Commu-nlit and still rating as It
always hat. Vry trlcKy stuff.

I have in mind a union called

the Mine, xviui and simeiter Work

ers. 1 always have it in mind. You

see. if this outfit, wnica was lucic

ea out of tne cio tor passionate

ly iouowing Moscow s ime, ever

called its people out on a long

' strike, we'd have to ground our

fighter and bomber fleets for
want of high octane gas and we'll
need to put up signs on our -tomic
and thermonuclear bomb
installations saying,' "Closed f o r
the Duration." f
Yet we find that the govern

ment., last Monday to De exact.

went into the U.b. District court

ueover to prove tnat 14 past

and present Mine. Mill officers

and stall memDerS contpi red

witn communist i'arty omciais

to' defraud the government by ly

ing aoout tneir memDersmp in

me communist farty.

It's Been a; Long Time for a French Premier"

"

mmmmmm i .. J

Mi:UAIlT,iAiUIi.OlO;j
flEnRY-Go.l7ou;:D

y IIIW riAltON

Walter Winche I

C.F.N. AND LYMON

8ir:

This is a reply to "Satisfied Virginian." X would like you
lo know that we Panamanians know the meaning of constitu constitutional
tional constitutional rights. We do not believe that by not getting CFN to
play th Lymon n Umbers that we lose anything. It is only be because
cause because w like hifi numbers, just as we do Nat Cole, Frank Sina Sinatra
tra Sinatra and others.
Remember you are in Panama, not in Virginia, stop throwing
stones. Do not be ignorant

Lymon numbevs put dollars in the white man's pockets just

i as any white singer does, and maybe more.

A troadmiridad anamania

CANAL ZONE DOCS

Sir:

Hall to "Get Along Little Doggy."
; I don't advocate that all Canal Zone canines get hit by a
i ear, but offhand 1 cant think of any exceptions. Why dogs are
' permitted in this crowded area is beyond me. Inconsiderate dog
, owners (and la there any other kind?) seem to flourish in the
Canal Zona as nowhere else.
I Nothing la more delightful than to walk into someone's
house to b met 'by a mangy, heat-tortured canine who enjoys
leaping at you, meanwhile slobbering senselessly. And his master
1 stands by calling futllely "Down. Perrol"
j And bow often have 1 glared at some proud dog owner walk-
2 Ing his prised possession past my house The slightest hesita-
pen in his atrtde as Rover snlfls at my shrubbery makes my
hackle rise. And I feel no compunction at telling him to take
, his animal and be off. And the greater the distance and the
faster the speed, the better.
j And my feelings are beyond description when I stop Into my
; patio and plant my foot in the residue of Rover's retreat. And
2 when my small eon (whose life is no doubt blighted because he
, doeant have and will not have a dog) cornea in from the
! IV? nd a smelly path through the house, mv wife and
2 1 Jain In hurling imprecations at Rover and his master.
. And far beyond the realm of reason is the dog owner who
J permits his precious animal to roam the streets at any and all
, hours, barking wildly at paper boys, maids, delivery men', garbage
1 collectors, etc.
; Of course, the bane of anyone's existence is the insane ca ca-,
, ca-, nine which dashes madly Into the street barking wildly at the
, wheels of passing vehicles. Those animals are certainly knock knock-;
; knock-; tog at the gates of dot heaven, and I suppose the mistress of
, the dog which got run over wonders why the driver did not
j swerv wildly, risking life and property, to avoid hitting the
2 animal.
i Aaf,.Pe,l,t me. t0, the tears from this sheet so that I
i ean get it mailed. And more power to Oet Along Little Doggy.
J Noo-boo, Lrrtf
! Or;
! .....Ja of the Mail Box letter written br "Oet Along.

w ;sie i oiffji we pprson wno wrote it. f it were not
I tfH JL f v.T v to whleh 1 wor would openlv chal-
J T-.f lmmflr1 untodly letter to meet me.
; Then i could aplt in his eye.
I tKtn.ffi Lv 10 Ume out l rite that sort of
. about an unnsppy mother whose only interest was in har
i Ibletlm?' itnX SewrT,n mar. of my va)u-
' J, nope that when he winds up in hell there are dots with
apartag fangs at the seat of his oanta to make him hovel faste?
, A. hateful orson Mke him can never wind up in heaven whVh
toer dog will bo there waitlna for her.

t
. Bo
.

If the government can prove

its case, this would indeed es es-tablisn
tablisn es-tablisn once and lor all that some
mighty good friends of the So

viets are sitting athwart our de defense
fense defense iiie lines. But it isn't going
to be easy to convict these 14.
iney ve got some mighty good
legal talent .defending tuem. None
otner than Gen. Teiford Taylor.
He was made a brigadier gener

al in 1946. mat was alter a stmt

in U.S. Army Intelligence Service

from 1942 to 1943. He was aiso a

colonel s in- the General Stan

rten't-tavlbr does not aike Con-

gresslonai '-investigations .- and has

iwico uncuu ouii tuw(m

Wa now find 4n. Tylr de defending
fending defending th man whih most
ertinly Is his rlflht and thlrw
But. I d think It, would a un unfair
fair unfair at this point not;t make
this observation about, the d
fww of th accused In this
cat, aftr I hav made a simi similar
lar similar M'nt but th dfns ef
racketeers.

In Mvv York

THK BROADWAY LIGHTS

The Mine, Mill and Smelter
Workers' executive board reveals
that it has retained Gen. Taylor.
This means that the union is pay paying
ing paying his lea out of its general trea treasury
sury treasury at tha very moment when

it IS raising IIS aues ana per :!-
ta tax from Ita local unions.
This would Jack the dues up to
about a dollar a week, which is a
lot of money lor the working Joe
rhn riioa uo th metal so precious

to usf have received letters from

Lsuch miners asking wny t no y

should be made to pay tor uu.
Tavlor in bis defense of those

nt FAnSDirins; with Com

m unlit officials to defraud the

government.

' Here Is an ethical decision
hih manv unions and their

a,i mut make. The union

jiMn't tnrnmit any crime. The u-

.... rhmraeA with ConSDlra

finma nf 1U leaders are. If

,'ntv these loaders, like crooked

ttaln nrobed elsewhere,

wUl have hurt their own union as

well as their government.. "

u. chnuld tha union DO uue

to psy lor the defense of indlvi
dosls.

Most certainly Gen. Taylor has
th. uaafriaht to see thst all men

tat their just rights in court. But
U his current clients are proven
guilty by our highest courts, will
T.vinr tooDcrate with the

government which so honored
him? Or will he ssy. as so many
legal labor men now say, that a
cheat lawyer "latimship for forbids
bids forbids him to speak, despite the
seriousness of what can be lead leaded?
ed? leaded? For there Is no doubt that the
Communists hsve- 7d
K..Hausrters to Chieago

to 'work more effectively bride
our defense industry. And t U
lot a Party. It U a plot, ft iipot
so ideology. It 1 an mvasion.

FRAIIKIE LYMOII
and
4THE TEENAGERS'
ARRIVING MARCH 1

VICEROY Toldo

Th First-Nlohtrs: Valentine

week in th show-sector was cele

brated with a duet of newcom newcomers
ers newcomers aptly titled: "Holiday for Lov

ers" and "unnel of Love". The

latter came to The Royale Thea Theater
ter Theater with high compliments' from

mnteriand reviewers and 1 an ad
vane ticket sale of $500,000 v. .
The New York critics did not con

cur . They endorsed the paying

of the star, Tom Eweii, and em embraced
braced embraced Nancy Olson's Boradwsy
stage debut. But most of them

were disappointed in the slow-pac

ed farce which repeats one joKa"

The N.Y. Tiroes inspector re

ported glumly: "After the first act
slipped by agreeably, this depart department
ment department thought is was looking at a

niece or nacic wok. He generous

ir conceded. however, that the

first auditors regarded it v as r

bright and entertaining comedy"
. ."Holiday For Lovers' came to

The Longacre Theater tne iouow iouowing
ing iouowing evening. It stars Don Ame-

ehe. The always welcome favoute

is surrounded by an attractive

cast. . The general opinion was

best summed up by The News'

John Chanman. who resorted

"The audience ate up the jokes."

Th Nw Film: Charming as

baby fingers. f'FuU of Lif" atara

Judy Holliday ; as an expectant

mother. The mama-papa-nana ma

nouvers are human and humorous

"Zsrak" co-stars Victor Ma

ture and Anita Ekberg. Two im

pressive torsos in an unimpressive

script. . Battle nymn arama

tizes the remarkable story of Col.

Dean fi. Hess, t clergyman who

uecame a fighter-pilot in the Ko Korean
rean Korean conflict. The movie, which
captures much of his fervor and
courage, Is deftly acted by Itock

nuoson. .An Italian import nam

ed "Gold of Naples" gutters with

sucn golden gins as suvana Man

gano and Sophia Loren. It consists

oi lour fames, each a nugget. .
"Utah Blaine'' depends mainly oh
gun-fire which disturbs your dos

ing..
Th Aristocrats: Juli Harris
rcratd hr Broadway t r I I-wmph,
wmph, I-wmph, "Th Lark,'' and ra ra-turd
turd ra-turd ha Intensity On of th
finr ffrings In a dull tva
wk . "Inspirad Alibi" mad,
lif in th suburbs sm more
orabl than it M, thanks to
th' lctri playing f Shelly
Winters. . Margarat Whiting
mblllshd Stv Allan's Sun.
day-nlflhter with hr hony-drip.
ping sounds. Epcially th way
sh rndrd "Spring In May'.
... Sid Caesar's latast nn
sna was no of his daffist and
dndiat. "Th Ballad f Ba Baby
by Baby D,M a graml bland f poo poo-try
try poo-try and melody, was a tlvisioa
rarity. Artisti ntrtainmant. .
NBC's "La Grand Brtch
probably appealed t ths wha
njay arias, but to thas art it
was wary diversion. . M I k
Wallace's "Night Boat" gusts
lnludd Seymour Brkaon,
nwsppr publish! wh offsat
th accepted and xaggratd
vrsia of what a newsman Is
lik. V

rehearsals, tho rest of the cast ap.
plauded. ,. Anthony; Perkins, Hoi

igrwvuu new uream Man, was

oroppea Dy a stuaio only 4 years

agu. .

Th Story-To rs: Th MirtHla

t.asi pro Diem is capsuled by a

smeia nam in ivauxivaAb .,..

w- iwnuTTwA lllQll
Nasser is a virtual prisoner of a-

wui to u-ouinuiuuisis, wnp con control
trol control Egypt's army, press, radio
and most Of its Chief inrinati-Ut

The week's revolutionary note 'is

suuiuiiicu uv ine aaturnav ka.

view. It editorially' critici2es one of

i critics ior nemtr tnn rniioai

TJ.S; News-World Rroorts revel'a.'

tion that 'wondrous cadeet as

making life a inh kn....

. vi aIVUOB J

wives confUcts with the report lni

A-ageanior-Tnat tney tou n a r u e r
than their husband. -1 Then
there's the Saturday' J. Evening
Post's essay which contends that

married folks "can b hanov thKueh

incompatible. . Time mag,' which
has often deplored gossip columns,

ucvoieu aimost a lull page to EOS-
lp about Britain's Queen and her

Duke. V. Good Housekeeping poll
ed subscribers on their favorite
song. v. "Stsrdust" was No. 1, not

omy ior me past iu years,, hut for

an time.
Stag Door: One year ago
Jack Barry, the tv amc,
was- ready to rsign from televi televi-ion.
ion. televi-ion. Lost confidanc after they
bounced him from "Th Big

Surpris" show. Today Barry's.
.41 M '.a m j.

ti' quiner i Maturing tnas.
Van Drn) Is oulxdom's loading
bonanza. -"Th Big Surpris" is
blng dropped by NBC. . Nor Norma
ma Norma Douglas' latest rlas (sine
hr first album clicked is a sin sin-gl
gl sin-gl calltd: "B It Rsolvd" (a
Calypso roeknrolll backed with
'Joe, Ho Oono' (a Calypsa). A
Unicjue rcrd, h will b rl.aas rl.aas-next
next rl.aas-next ; wek. . Crtehen Wy
ler,. now In "Damn Yankees,".
isVup foe: th lead in. th new
musical, : "Stay Away J," du;
in th Fall... Th CBS spoeta-'
eular, "Anni', Gt Your Gun
(starring Mary Martin), w 1 1 (.
cost between six and a van nun-

WASHINGTON Secretary of
Defense Wilson, who accused the

National Guard of draft-dodging,

might well have remembered the
old Sdaae: "He who llvaa in alass

houses should not throw stones."

One of his sons, Edward E.
'Wilson; hss ust refused to an answer
swer answer direct questions about his
wn wartime rerd. t
Having received reports from
his neighbors that young Wilson

had purchased a Michigan farm

in oraer to De classified as a farm

er during World War JJ, I asked
my junior partner Jack Anderson

to call. Wilson and get his side of

toe story,
Edward Wilson finally came on

tne telephone in. Birmi n g n a m,
Mich., and Immediately protested

against taking a call; from a news

paperman. He said ne had taiten

th call by -mistske. 4 !t

"I : hsve some questions to ask

you about your war record," An
derson explained.'; ';Hbw or whe

their you 'answer them Is up to

you. Did you get a draft defer

ment as a farmer?'1' A ca V ;

'Whv don't vou talk tn mv for

mer neignnors, around Aimont?"
Wilson repHed.,"They'fl give you
the -facU." t a:: i

"We have already talked to

them;" Anderson saioV"If you're

willing for. us to publish their ver version
sion version we would be glad to. but Mr.

Pearson thought it was only fair
to get your side of the story." r
.Anderson, then repeated the di

rect question: uia .you r get ; a
farm 'deferment during the war?"

l hav no: way to nswr ft
xcapt to say It U not so: it Is
quit ridliulou," Wilson Insist-
-d. rf 'Sn

Anderson then started to ask
specifically what hia draft status

was, out Wilson' interrupted,- ;

- KIFUSII QUESTIONS
r 'T mill mfit A si Ura : Mnatatfnndi

he said firmly. "I don't; have to

justify myself." ; ; '..

Me turned the questioning back
at Anderson..-:f,..;:,,.
"How old are-you?" he asked.
"Thirtv four." Anderson renli-

ed. '.U., -'.r,,)..-;,". :..'

"I'm a year older than that and

have, a -wife and family '.Wilson

observed,, not indicating 'wha

dred thousand dollars. Before

doing th spec tho star will play
"Annie" on th west coast for 10

wks.' This Is th Irving Berlin
car that contained so many
hi,':-kiclodlng '"No Businew
Lik Show Buslrwss". j The
.Lancaster tPs.) Amlsh residents
hav heard about tho Broadway Broadway-bound
bound Broadway-bound show, "Th Strongest,"
and' plan reprisals. It Is an A A-mlsh
mlsh A-mlsh Baby- Doll" sad shows

why Amish farm Ufa Is
dull. - t

Stairway to tha' Stars: Martha

Hper la being groomed to take o o-ver
ver o-ver Grace Kelly's vacated Holly Hollywood
wood Hollywood throne. She currently stars

in "Battle Hymn" (with Roe Hud Hudson)
son) Hudson) and "Mister Cory" with To

ny Curtis). A beautiful person,
who caa act. . Carroll ("Eaby
Doll") Baker nas the best chance,
wo bear, of inheriting the title as assignment
signment assignment ia ''The Jean Harlow Sto Story".
ry". Story". ; Variety's Wilmington fDel.)
watchdoa. eovered th tryout of

Paul Douglas' now Broadway-1

bound comedy, "Hoi in the Head."
He found the star's performance
"steTlinf,w but thought tho show
wss "too long" snd needed consi consi-dfsble
dfsble consi-dfsble -whipping into shspe,"
although be rated It a good chance
vision. . Elaine Stritch's
new dramatic role (as James Bsr-.-
ua .if liter) in "The Sin of Pat

isT I Now -is-the time to
.1 ,'. come and select the
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VS I I J f ihow' you q tuperb
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Tho Intelligentsia! The excite

ment over erudite college prof es-

sor van Doreta who answers "im
possible" ouestions for astronomi

eal loot Week after week, was the

theme ot "cnampagno ior Cae Caesar."
sar." Caesar." the hilarious film that lam'-

pooned teevee quiz shows years a-

go Ronald- Colman waa the hit's
Van Doren ...,, Intimates report

that Mrs. Rocky Grasiano did rn
enjoy Pier AneeU's portrayal of h4'

in "Somebody Up There Likes

Me", i Rocky told chums: i'The

missus didn't like it because they
tfAVtt Kav on fti.A.nl Ah hmh kAt''

. .. One of the amusing sketches
in the new "Ziegfeld Follies" deals
with a celeb who begs: "Please,
don't put my Picture on the cover

of Timel". . Look's next enter

tainer (for dissection) will be Sam

my Davis. Jr The veddv ProBee

r. . .... i ..

ix. i. iimes permitted xtt drama

critic to describe "T u n n 1 Of

lyove" as "a series of cuffaw .a.

bout a little bssatrd". ... Harper
unveils "The Brave Coward" by

ait iiucnwaio on uarcn Bin.
News Item: "Rex Harrison's ex ex-wife
wife ex-wife Lilli Palmer once explained
why they never made a film to together.
gether. together. 'My left profile is tha bad

one. so is Rex s. we could never

be photographed facing is the bad

one. so is Rex's. We could never
be photographed facing each oth other'
er' other' .". Except in. "Notorious

Gentleman" and "Fourposter."

Montana Miragi

that proved.
J'Wh.at U yo.ur PrtA workV'
Anderson persisted,
"I'm. an auto dealer."
m Wfrt; you. frer 'during
a second time.
',Don't crowd me now' "young
Sarned'.,''WoS!d An Answer
swer Answer these questions if they wero
Ajidersont replied that he cert certainly
ainly certainly would. ;Im sorry to hsv
to ask them," he explained, 'but

were you r wpuid answer tHemi

now iow ao you nave to stoop
to; sell paptvs?", snapped1 the 'son
of the Sewetary of. Defense. r
"I have to ask these questiona,
and you can sutfjy.oursplf aboul
answermg them," Anderson re.
peated. He then asked once a a-gain:
gain: a-gain: "Was (t a ; fact that you
were a farmer In WorhfWar n?'
'"fl like Deng f a farmer," Wil Wil-son
son Wil-son retorted 'Ask Mr. Pearson
what's wrong with beiog.g farm-
"I thought you told, mo v. yon
were an auto dealer' w 'v-
"I am both a farmer and in au auto
to auto .-dealer.? t k i
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CONFIRM :'
Following, sthisv. ,an official oue-

ry. was placed with : the Defense
Department as follows: ; i v ';
"Since Secretary ofDelehse
Wilson has called the National

Guard a ; draft-dodging agency.

we want to know whether Ed

ward E. Wilson was deferred as a

farmer after. the, war, la he now

an .auto oeaieryr ; ,'.'i :4;v'k 's'':.!'':

The query as written down by
Defense Department fp o k s-

man. verbatim. A few hours later
the Defense Department replied
that we should talk to young. Wil Wilson.
son. Wilson. "': -' -k.---' v

Informed that- we had already

talked with him and that he had

declined to make any dear state

ment, the- Defense : Department

spokesman said that ; Secret a r y
Wilson was out of the city and
that they couldn't get the infor
mAMnri -...V ''-, --' : i?

"This is an Official inquiry," he

was told, "and I think we're entit entit-led
led entit-led to an answor.''',';.:". :
Later the i Defense pepartment
spokesman called back to suggest
that we contact Selective Serv Service.
ice. Service. W' ?. f-ty
At Selective Service it was stat

ed fiat young Wilson's draft rec record
ord record was not in Washington, it was
back in Michigan. W Vf

A call to Micmgan .iinauy ;;goi

rAsnlta: The Selective Service Of

fice in ; Michigan confirmed that

a man' named. Edwaru a-oereti

Wilson, who gave as his address

care of CharieE. wiisou, re

ceived a farm deferment.

He- had registered pob. rr,
192 as t'-mployed. Ho did
not tLHi i his ecopatlon as

a tarmr. ia .Juiy. iw n w
Ivan d of r m n t- tho
ground Uef having dpdnt,
but by 'July 1 14J Sletlv
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because of dpndata J alB.
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ed 'quired a farm and was alassiflad,
JA men with dpndnt Ifv Ifv-ing
ing Ifv-ing on a farm (...
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was aoousned.-- am wuaon uu
escaped eervice..

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frmnt glvn t man Working
t ssntil f arming. The r r-ords
ords r-ords also' showed thaf .Wil"
appeared In f4vmbr 1944 and
March IHS to ask fw th n.

Inuatloa f !: laslfieati

and deferment. Thus h CtuionT
have bA onawaro f his draft
StatUS.. ; -. '.
Yet In answering vHr.'Aneje

son's question, "did you gi

Aiitt deferment as a farmer?

Wilson baldly repUed, "It is not

so: it la quite jidiculous.;-

Not Secretary Wilson does

not list any war or service rec

ord for himself in. his Who's Who

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House Wields Ecohdmy Axei
On Eisenhowers New Budget

. WASflING,rON,eb. 21 (UP)-

The House whetted its economy
axe today and whittled. n 80.3
' million dollar chip off ofiPresi,
dent Eisenhower', new TX.8 billion
dollar budget.
It passed by voice vote a
' $3,884,927,000 money bill providing
" two per cent less than, Mr. Eisen Eisenhower
hower Eisenhower requested to run the Treas-;
ury, Post Office and U.S. Tax
Court In the coming fiscal year,
- This was the first crack at
' budget-cutting by the House thl

year, and some economy-mmaeo
members apologized because the
gash wasn't deeper. They ex expressed
pressed expressed hope that the Senate
; would do better,- H
P Move Defeated
, A move to restore 29 million dolt
Jar of the 58 million dropped from
"Vthe Post Office appropriation was
defeated X77 and 124 before the
final vota, No effort was made to
undo the $22,364,000 cut in the
- Treasury budget.
Although the vote on the Post
Office cut was not recorded, the
House Republican leadership split
' in a manner that Rep. Clare E.
Hoffman (R-Mich) said "had me
all cross-legged.'' ;
GQP Leader Joseph W. Martin
' Jr., (Mass) voted for the amend-
ment by Rep. Gordon Canfleld
0 (R-NJ) to restore the postal funds.
But Rep. Charles A.-Halleck ,(R-
Ind) another key Republican, pp-
posed it, v
More Money Provide
Although the bill carried 80.3
"million dollars less than Mr. Eis Eisenhower
enhower Eisenhower asked for, it still provid provid-,
, provid-, ed $250,652,150 more than was proT
vided for the same functions in
' this fiscal year.
It was approved exactly as it
" came from the. Appropriations
Committee with these provisions:
$3,192,000,000 for the Post
Office, a cut of 58 million dollars
but $207,660,000 more than the cur current
rent current appropriation.
$691,467,00 for the Treasury,
$22,364,000 less. thari the budget
provided but $42,897,150 more than
'. allowed this vear.

as $1,460,000 for the Tax Court, Just

what was asked. )y the President

and !,wa more wiaa auuwcu
this year.
yhen Canfield complained that
the postal cut was the biggest ev ever
er ever imposed, Rep.; 0o Passman
(D-Lai) was able to retort that he
deparment still was getting more
than it ever had in the past.
I The economy bloc won easily de despite
spite despite contentions which were
hotly denied that the cut meant
layoffs of postal workers and re reduced
duced reduced mail service v
Hoffman observed tongue in
cheeck that House Democrats ap apparently
parently apparently had been "converted to
economy". But he said he didn't
see how the administration could
complain as ; long as top GOP
leaders couldn't ; agree on the
budget,. s i

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Liz AnirJ Duke Ride. Cheek-to-Cheek Through Countryside Of Portugal

AICOBACA, Portugal, Feb. 21
(UP) Queen Eliiabeth II and the
Duke of Edinburgh rode smilingly
side-by-side through the, romantic
countryside of Portugal today on
a pilgrimage to the tomb ot Por Portugal
tugal Portugal a own V Romeo- and Juliet.'?
Strumming guitars and chiming
church bells punctuated their 200 200-mile,
mile, 200-mile, day -i long; automobile tour
from : Llsboti. : ..-
Thousands of wildly i cheering
peasants, farmers arid townfolk
jammed the streets, leaned from
windows and perched in trees as
the royal procession rolled into Al Al-cobaca.
cobaca. Al-cobaca. Church bells rang out in
welcome.' ' i' 1

' The Queen and the Duke went
straight to the 800-year-eld Monas Monastery
tery Monastery of Alcobaca, now a national
shrirfe, where. King i. Peter I and
his beloved Inei de Castro,,' mur murdered
dered murdered by Peter's father, were bu bu-ied
ied bu-ied feet-to-feet. The King asked to
be buried this' way so Inez Would
be his first sight on resurrection
day.
fi Alcobaca was on ,.the itinerary
of -Britain's royal couple- long ber
fore,1! rumors circulated overseas
of a rift between Queen Elizabeth
and Prince Philip. Their gay
smiles today gave no 'indication
that they were even aware of such
talkyr'v

' Their tour appeared to be a wel welcome
come welcome change from the -stiff for formalities
malities formalities that marked the firsi iwe
days of their .official. state visit
to Portugal. Monday and,Tuesday;
During their drive from Lisbon,
the Duke, freauently .leaned in

front of the Queen in I husbandly

iasnion xo poini om uie sun's.
Several times they appeared to
be cheek to cheek as, Prince Philip
edged over to peer- out the
Queen's window. i
By the time Elizabeth and
Philip visited the Monastery of Al Alcobaca
cobaca Alcobaca they were thoroughly fam familiar
iliar familiar with the tragic tale of Inez
and King Peter, who ruled Portu-

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gat from 1357 to 1367. Last night,
they aaw-a ballet based on the
story in t tisbon'a San Carlos
Opera House. '
Peter' wife.t the Infanta Con Constance
stance Constance of ''Castile'.. died while he
was still heirvapprent to the
throne. Then ; Peter fell ia ipve
with his wife'a lady In Waiting,
Dona Inez.
Peter's-f atler, King Alfonso Ro Roman
man Roman IV, was jealous of the influ influence
ence influence of the "fair Spaniard" might
wield over his son jnd had her
beheaded. But when Peter came
to the throne two 'years later, he
announced he had actually been
married to his beloved Inez.
The monarch had Inez body ex exhumed
humed exhumed and placed k on a throne.
Then he' ordered in courtiers to
kiss her hand in, belated homagei
Finally, she was laid to rest in
the magnificent tomb where Peter
later joined her in death.

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Miller Indictment
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In Red Broadcast
LONDON (UP) Moscow Radio
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Opstiny d$ ifut fotmoui 9ce Skaiinq Show

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Behind

HOLLYWOOD (NEA)

the Screen: -.

There will be no punches pulled

when MGM films the life story of

the onetime battling Andrews bis bisters.
ters. bisters.

"We insisted en the movie tell

ing the truth." the new reconciled

Petty, Maxene ano Le Verne cho

rused to me es wey prepared to
leave Hollywood for a long U. S.

night-club and personal-appaear-

ence tour. y ':.T-s... r f;.

For two and a half year's the

sincers tossed verbal punches at

each" other,' even fighting over
their1 mother's estate, after break breaking
ing breaking up their million-dollar act. But

now they're together again and

happier '.than ever, as tne movie
ads say, after a trial, reconcilia reconciliation
tion reconciliation during which they played three
West Coast night clubs.

LOoklfcG BACK NOW at the

spht-up; during Which Patty tour

ed as a single, here's what they
have to say: x'

La Verne: "were thinking for

ourselves for the first time and

it'sjthe, best thing that ever hap

pened to us. We've always .been
driver., ever since we were lcids.
All show business acts battle. Our

mistake was that we never fought

privately. We always fought in

public and had too many kibit

zer s.. I--

Jtaxene: We dont butt into

each other's business any more.

We don't tell Lp Verne what color

her hair should be and we don e

tell Patty that her golf swin
stinks." v

Patty: "We were too close. If

Maxene hack a fight, with her hus

band .he had to fight all of us. If

I went out with a boy. he d be go

ing witn all three of us. Now we

lead out own lives."

In case1 you've forgotten, there

are lOtOver-the-million-mark gold

reccrdsirfn 'the trophy room of the
Andrews Sisters.'f And at least an another
other another 10 of their "records' sold over

a million prior to the start of the

gold record award.

emotion-packed' love'' scene when a
voice from behind the camera

Baid, VWe can't do th.at any
more!"
Director Arthur Hiller turned to

the voice Producer' Edward Lew-

is and asked, "What's the mat

ter? Did we violate the censor censor-ship
ship censor-ship code?"
- "No," laughed Lewis, "the
scene was great. It's ust that Na Natalie
talie Natalie ba to go to class now."

, Natalie, only 16 must spend four

nours a oay in scnooi.
Jason Robards, Jr.,' a sensation
on Broadway in "Long D a y's
Journey Into Night,'' ", is headed
for the movies,, probably in "The
Rabbit Trap" from the TV origin original.
al. original. Jason is the son of the famed
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Bing Crosby's pal lir "Man on!
Fire" at MGM.: fiWw'i

iiuuuj, iwijuci uc joergerac, IS
working 'on an .adjoining sound

A new comedian m a Los Ange

les iy siauoii is conducting a
contest. Twenty-five words or less
on "I think Marie MacDonald was

Kidnaped pecaue. ,i -

rirsi pyize: a pair of pajama

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HtTMAN1' "GUINEA. PIGS", AID CANCER RESEARCH Dr.- Chester E.jSoutharn (left)' oMhi

Sloan-Kettering Institute of Nsw York, gives a volunteer "guinea pig," an Inmate of Ohio
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THIS IS HOLLYWOOD. Mrs.

Jones: Dean Stockwell and Nata

lie Trundy, the romantic lead in

"The Careless Years." i mnvi

bout the teen-age problem of mar J
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Murray Snyder Gels
Hod From Ike To ;
Take On Ross Job
WASHINGTON, Feb. 21 (UP) (UP)-President
President (UP)-President Eisenhower today
named his Assistant Press Secre Secretary,
tary, Secretary, Murray Snyder, to replace
Robert Tripp Rosssr a S' 'assistant
secretary of defense for public
affairs. y
Snyder,45, would take on only
the public affairs duties handled
by Ross, who also had charge of

legislative affairs for the Defense

Department. j
Ross resigned last week aa two

congressional committees were

investigating military contracts
awarded to firms run by his wife

and brother-in-law. He denied any
wrongdoing but said "implica "implications"
tions" "implications" raised in news stories about

the contracts bad impaired his

usefulness to the Defense Depart Department.
ment. Department. Snyder's appointment was an announced
nounced announced by White House Press

Secretary James C, Hagerty. Sny

der, a former reporter tor tne
New York, Herald' Tiibune, had

been Hagerty's assistant since

Mr. Eisenhower took office in 1353.
Aslrrl what Snvdar's wife does.

Hagerty replied that Ae "raises
children." .r
"She's a very busy housewife,"
Interjected Snyder, the father of

JWO KUH .,' .. ;

FRAIIKIE LYMOII

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ARRIVING MARCH 1
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Short Takes: Bob x Hope wants

j ay lie maiisiieia ior a iv show m
March but the studio thinks she'll
be too busy working in two film

-rite Wayward Bus" and "Will
Success Spoil Rock Hunter?" .
Lay-away plan? Robert, Q. LeWis

cans me jay. .. awake plan!.

Micney Rooney will star in "The
Comedian" on CBS-TV Playhouse
90 Feb. J4. That's the controver controversial
sial controversial story of a television comic
who is a heel to everyone except

ins ians.

Sons Of Virginia
Heatedly Protest
Dolling Up George
RICHMOND. Va". OJPj-A mu

seum director's' nlan to bath a

famous statue of George Wash Washington
ington Washington in colored lights and adorn
it with tropical plants stirred ud

a wrreni oi protest today among

Hie jaqies ana gentlemen of .Vir

ginia s historical societies.
i "You're trvine to sissifv th f

Ifier of our country," wrote one

maignani son oi the. Did Domln
ion. '.

i "Washington would have wanted

llo such fripperies," cried John D.
Guthrie of Charlotte Court House

in a letter- to a Richmond neWs-
faper. i
. Virginia Museum Director Les

lie Cheek Jr. and his followers

were weathering the storm nice nicely
ly nicely and going right ahead with

their objective of "modernizing"
the Washington statue by Housou.

the only existing sculptored like

ness of the first President made
from life. ( L
' "It would Improve the statue's
looks for the 350th Jamestown an

niversary celebration this year,"

said Cheek. -
On this eve of the 225th anni

versary of Washington's birth, the

controversy sizzled merrily over

whether the priceless marble fig figure
ure figure in Virginia's capitol rotunda
is to remain its simple self or
acquire the trappings, of modern

art and architecture.

Cheek's proposal, made at the

request of the state, is to, throw
four invisible beams of light on

the statue from -hidden spotlights

to give n me viorancy u wuuiu
have outdoors.
. "There is no single thing which
can give a public space a 'cared 'cared-for
for 'cared-for look quite as well as fresh
green plants, Cheek added. inno innocently
cently innocently in his report. : j
; But other Virginians didnt

agree.
."The Immortal George would

emerge looking like a kewpie doll
atop a decorated birthday cake,"

wrote Page u. Kicnarason oi Kicn Kicn-mond.

Todov En'canto .25 .15
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Today -IDEAL. JO -.10
, Burt Lancaster In
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Dorothy Lamour In -Aloma
ef The South Seas

US Highway Safely"
Division Sought ;
By Texas Senator
WASHINGTON. Feb. 21 fUPV-

Senate Democratic Leader Lyndon
B. Johnson (Tex) introduced a bill

today -to establish an automobile
and highway safety division in the
Department o Health, Education
and Welfare. -Johnson
called the toD of high highway
way highway accidents "a continuing na national
tional national catastrophe." He said a
federal agency could cooperate
with state and local governments
and private groups like
National Safety Council to pro promote
mote promote research and inform the
public. .' '

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6 Nation At Paris Meet Si6h
Euratom Atomic Pool Pact
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I -PARIS; Feb. 21" (VP) Leaders the mWher nations' dverSeaVter- -of
: six Western European rnattow;ntorJe(; should' be linked 'to-', the
announced agreement today ..on a common market the ptpbleoi of
plan to merge their econoraiej; joint European inve'stmfentsJ and.
and nuclear resources' into- onej the issue- private own'ersnlp of
powerful bloc foreshadowing t fissionable ;matenib y '.4 a
United States of Europe. '7- . V f
, 1 Final texts of the .voluminous
; The prime ministers of France, pacts will be drafted by a com com-West
West com-West Germany, Italy, Belgium, Imittee of experts and put to an an-The
The an-The Netherlands and Luxembourg-other six-nation meeting for sig sig-approved
approved sig-approved a twin set of draff: tature in Rome, .about .March 10.
treaties one for a European com- v 1 'V'-'.vl ;
mon trade market and customs Will Sjtert Next. Year'
union and the second setting up ... -;.
a "E'iratom'' atomic pool. The common economic market 1
' : 1 . -to be achieved by a customs
The two pacts were designed l union-would ; b e g i n ,to operati
weld the six natiohs and the'r Jan I. ;1958, ,lt wouh-iakeiibe-,verses
territorier r- mainly i t tween 12 and 13 years tp get Into
Afrca into a ;"Euro ;-' African'' full operation, f 3 I'i.::;.
hlrw that wn'iiMi ht thm third lara. -' i ih' C

est economic

wara tne ..eveniuai -formatioai of
the United Statei of Europe.-
' Under the c 0 m ni tf- market,
treaty, customs borders and tarv
iff a betweM!$'-thirr-Mi-inembcr

f,onnj iw .-..--'stawa- graauauy wui? De abSoushed

ZZm7nuZrSa nA Jnbe" wifl adopt Uniform
communioue ending two .days, of regulations, in: dealing with
secret talks here.' The conferees natiuM outside : the bl,oc,; Under
hammered out an afceord n three; the "Euratdm.'f pool,? members i
major ; obstacles fthat Had blockel woula combine 'theiri nuclear; re-

behihd the United States and Rus

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The, chief s of government an

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Rep. John D. Dingell (D-Micb)
recommended today that Congress
give a shot in the arm to "ameri "ameri-can
can "ameri-can culture" by repealing the tax
on night clubbing.

He iniroaucea a nu o repeal
t.m on nkf rant raharat til that

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House Group Eying
Cuba Nickel Plan!

GERALD P CRART. Imperial' Potentate of the Shrine, paid a call on Governor W. E- Potter
at Balboa Heights during his short visit to the Isthmus recently. He Is shown with Potter
and a btoud of nromlnent members of Abou Saad Temple, From left to right are Robert C.
'Russell cast Potentate, Charles Lavalle, chief Raban, Crary, the. Governor and Walter Relf,
' present' Potentate of Abou Baad Temple. i ..

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" Wito 16 points plu three ten ten-spots.
spots. ten-spots. South, was tu "yif utled
v la Koing to game. His first Iook
t dummy showed four. tricks
each in diamonds and jpades.
He had to set up a heart trick

i ana sureiy
th. rinh suit v before ne

could lead hearts twice. i
Sidney Xazard of- New Or Orleans,
leans, Orleans, whp was Soul, almost re resourceful
sourceful resourceful declarer, decided on
the Did Statue of Liberty play.
He won the opening spade
lead with dummy's king and led
a club. East played the deuce,
South the Jack, and West won
with the king. Tf
Now West had a problem. It
appeared that South was trying
to set up a club trick, Spades
were obviously, hopeless, and
diamonds did not look good.
West led Ihe five of hearts. East
won with the king, and Mr. La La-zard
zard La-zard false-carded by dropping
the ten. "East returned the seven
of hearts, declarer played the.
queen. West won with the ace
and played the nine. There was
declarer's ninth trick.
'Looking af all hands it Is easy
to see that the defense sltould'
not f eally have been fMmflam fMmflam-med
med fMmflam-med out of the club suit. Look Look-ins:
ins: Look-ins: at one hand : only;, it was
really-, tough. $ foithem and de declarer
clarer declarer mst get credit for a fine
: play.

NEW YORK (UP) Jy friend
and former igloomate, Walter Sul Sullivan,
livan, Sullivan, has come up with a book
about an earthmass that is truly
stranger to man as the old ex explorer
plorer explorer wheeze goes than the sun sunlit
lit sunlit side of the moon.
That statement applies to the
Antarctic continent, and when
you're here it's too rue for com.
fort. We just don't know from
nothin' about most of Antarctica.
Our southern exposure is a great
unknown.
Sullivan is a tall, skinnv bundle

of energy and erudition who is

homeward bound now from hin

latest of several visits to the life lifeless
less lifeless Antarctic as a New York
Times correspondent. His "Quest
of a Continent," published next
week, wraps up 300 years of man's
suffering fight to explore the mod modern
ern modern ice age.
The Nose Froie
Sully as Admiral Byrd used to
call hinwwaa; my ship-cabin and
ice:tent mate for five months of
the fourth Byrd South Polar expe expedition
dition expedition of 1946-47. He takes to 4he
"sooth countree'V as easily -'as a
penguin to. ice, except for one part
of him his nose. j
: Many times walking against the
wind -at Little America, he turned
and asked me- "T mw nn

frozen?" It always was white as
a sheet.

Sully and I were among-197 men
who won the dubious privilege of
living in tents on the Little Amer.
ica ice while the ships were taken
600 miles outside the icepack so

wiey woman 1 gei frozen in.
Three of us reporters lived in an
ordinary pyramidal tent, game as

is used in the tropics, with a vent

in the top and mosquito nets
handy. We stuffed the nets in the

vent and spare clothing in all cor

ners, and Sully toiled prodigiously
cutting out igloo blocks and stack stacking
ing stacking them outside as windbreakers.
The Beard,' Toe i.

We slept cocooned double

sleeping bags. Sully had grown a
huge red beard which often froze

solid on him, and then thawed into

his colfee and soup when he came

inside. One night, he dreamed it

was choking him to death. Groping

for scissors, he banged into the

water Ducxet.
Struggling to escape his cocoon,
he got the zippers jammed and
fell to the floor wriggling like a
man trying, to bust out of a strait strait-iacket.
iacket. strait-iacket. This knocked ovar the fit1

extinguisher, which began foam foaming
ing foaming onto the hoarfrosted tent sides.
Next day, Admiral Byrd allowed

ne a seen uaier places,

Veep Will Extend
Visiting In March

WASHINGTON. Feb. 21 fUPV-

Vice President Richard M. Nixon

will visit Uganda and the Sudan
in addition to Ghana. "Liberia and

Ethiopia during his African tour

next month, the White House an

nounced today.
Nixon, accompanied by Mrs.
Nixon, will leave Washington
March 1 and return March 17. He
will represent President Eisen Eisenhower
hower Eisenhower at Independence ceremo ceremonies
nies ceremonies at Accra, Ghana. March 2-7,
and then go on to Liberia for a
two-day visit March 7-9.

WASHINGTON, Feb. 21 (UP) -A
House Government. Operation
subcommittee announced today n
will continue Us investigation of
the 100 million dollar government.,
owned nickel plant at Nicarq,
Cuba.
m..;Mit TioV R 'Brooks fD-

VUBU u"U
Tex) said the subcommittee was

"certainly interested- in reccii reccii-announcement
announcement reccii-announcement of plans to sell the

plant, ''even before the current

expansion program is compieteu.
He said the subcommittee will
determine whether the plant is be be-ing
ing be-ing sold in the open market or
"channeled to selected customers
by other nickel interests."
The subcommittee held hearings
on the plant last year and charged
that politiical favoritism was in involved
volved involved in the award of construc construction
tion construction and insurance contracts.

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THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 21, 195T
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SHOP AND MRS. R. HEBER GOODEN GIVE DINNER.
..sKflON IN HONOR VlilTlNG CLtRGr
The Bishop of the Canal Zone and Ann. R. Heber Gooden an
giving a reception and dinner rhu evening in the Fern Room ot .tne
ivoli Guejt House. The guest of honor is the Rt. Rev. tterald H.
Brooks, Lord Bishop of British Honduras.
Other guests will include the clergy of the Diocese, their wives,
out of town delegates to the Episcopal Convocation and Convocation
officers and their wives.

Pour Schmidt Tender
Voektail-Buffet Party
, nir. and -Airs. 'Henry Schmidt

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Cocktail Party Given
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Mr "and .Mrs. Otto Schmidt from tail -party last Monday in the gai-

Kidge, isrooniyu, .s. aens ui me unusa nmuaMji.

ttnderine a cocKtau-ouiiei pdiiy

toniaht at' the Ft. Amador Olti-

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Canal, was host this afternoon ut
a cocktail party given at his home
in Panama. Mr. Arey's guests
were members of the local press.

The truce Carpenters
Have House Guest
Mr. and Mrs. Bruce H. Carpen Carpenter
ter Carpenter of Balboa have as their house
euest Mrs. Mildred Fell of South

Royalton, VI. Mr. Fell arrived on

the Isthmus last t riday and ex

pects to spend approximately a

month here. Mrs. Fell is the mow

er of Mrs. Carpenter.

cers Open Mess.

Deanery Tea Honors
Episcopalian Delegates
Mrs. Mainert J. Peterson, dis

The four Schmidts, who are the trkt president of the Missionary

hnnsa cuests of Capt. ana ivirs.

-Henry E. Falk of Diablo Heights,
"have been honored by a number
of parties given recently on the
Isthmus They-are leaving shortly

for their homes in tne unueo
States.

Inter-Amarlcan Women's Club
To Give Taa Next Wednesday
The Inter-American W o m e n's
iClub will give a tea next Wednes Wednesday
day Wednesday at 4:30 o'clock to be held at
the Panama Golf Club Panama's
First Lady, Dona Mercedes D. de
la Guardia will attend the affair.
The tea is in honor of representa--tiyes
of various U.S. women's or or-""''ganizations
""''ganizations or-""''ganizations who are on a good will
tour to Panama, Ecuador, Peru,
Chile, Argentina, Uruguay, Bra Brazil,
zil, Brazil, Venezuela and Puerto Rico
to make contact with women's
clubs through out the America,

District of the Canal Zone, gave a

tea yesterday afternoon at St.
Luke's Deanery in Ancon.
The tea was in honor of the Ex Executive
ecutive Executive Board, Standing Commit Committees
tees Committees and delegates of outlying Epis Episcopal
copal Episcopal districts.

Barbecue Party
Honwri Visitors

Capt. and Mrs. Elmer G. Ab

bott ot Diablo Heights were hosts
last Saturday night at' a barbecue
party given at their home.

Guests of honor included Mr. and

Mrs. Henry Schmidt and Mr. and

Mrs. Otto Schmidt, who are visit

ing Capt. and Mrs. Henry E. Falk,
and Mr. Lucien Page who was a
visitor from the training ship
"ChSrJestoji."

The'Austin Yodtrs
Feted At Dinner

Mrs. Dorothy Hamlin of Diablo

Capt. And Mrs. Elmer Abbot.
Entertaining At Country Home

Capt. and Mrs. Elmer Abbot of Heights gave a small dinner party

Diablo Heights left today for a last Saturday night in the Garden

Month's holiday at their country i Room of the Tivoli Guest House

home in El Valle. iHonorees were Mr. and Mrs. Aus

The Abbots wilt have as their, tin F Yoder who are leaving soon

guests over the long Washingto.i to make their home in California.
Birthday weekend Mr. and Mrs.l

David A. Yerkes and' Mr. and Mrs.

Harold J. Zierten. all of Diablo

Heights.

Will Arey Hosts
Party For Press
Mr, William G.

Arey, Jr., public

information officer of the Panama

At the end of a good road
through the Interior
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Annual Dinner Held
In Bishop Morris Hall'
The annual dinner of the depart

ment of publicity and prmotion of

the Missionary Diocese of the E-

piscopal Church In the Panama
Canal was held last evening at

Bishop Morris Hall in Ancon.
The affair was attended by ap approximately
proximately approximately 32 members of the
clergy and their guests. Dr. John
H. .Townsend, STD chairman and
executive secretary of the District,
opened the meeting. Bishop R. He He-ber
ber He-ber Gooden and Bishop Gerald H.
brooks addressed the group.
(Continued on Pag 7)

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CELEBRATING her 15th birthday tail nlghr wai Mbs Cecflla Victoria
Noli Da Sausa, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Luis Carlos Noll of fanama.
She made her debut at a gala party giVcn by her parents at their home
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THE COLONEL AND HIS LADY take time out from a busy schedule to receive Girl .Scouts from the post
of Ft. Kobbe 4t an informal ceremony in their home. From left te right, Col. Frank D. Millar,, commanding,
officer; of the vest of Ft. Kobbo, Mrs. Miller. Sharon Folson. Troop 51, La Donna Papuga, Troop 66. Joanne
Branch, Troop 66, jnd Beth Lyons, Troop 51. Beth is making a presentation to the Colonel of programs to
the Girl Scout Fafeanf, "Girl Scouts in Review," to he hold tonight at 7 o'clock at the Old Fort Clayton
Theater. I

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High Death Toll

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CALCUTTA, India, Feb. 21 (UP)

A smallpox epidemic here is

taking a toll of one death every

100 minutes, official statistics dis dis-closecLtoday..
closecLtoday.. dis-closecLtoday.. sm-X-

Thai figures, shewed t30 persoas

were stricken in the week ending
Feb. 16, and 102 died. There were
74 deaths in 88 attacks the prev

ious wee.

Marie McDonald
Under Observation
For Head Injury
. HOLLYWOOD, Feb. 21 (UPV
Actress Marie iThp .Body)
McDonald today was under ob observation,
servation, observation, at St: Joseph's Hospi Hospital
tal Hospital lor head injury which her

physician said shn received aev-!

ejrat jntnsijsM iwvue ac-

The actress was admitted to
the hospital yesterday. She was

reported in good condition.

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SPECIAL QUEST of the 37th,
Annual Convocation of the Epis-t
copal church In the Missionary"
District of the Panama Canal
Zone, now under way, Is the Rt.
Rev; Gerald Henry Brooks, Bish Bishop
op Bishop of British Honduras. The
Bishop was born In Southsea,
England. He was ordained Dea Deacon
con Deacon in 1930 and Priest in 1931.

He served in the Diocese of Lon London
don London as Curate at St. saviour's,
poplar, T?rior to volunteering for
overseas work. He has served at
Nassau in the Bahamas as well

as Honduras. He s the house

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Two Powerful Demo Senators
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. ' WISK PANAMA URRICAW AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWaTAFEB "J

THURSDAY, FEBRUAET 2L 1957 , .- .. ,
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: Preach Ambassador,
-V Mr. Vasse Give
' Dinner At Embassy x
, The French Ambassador 1to Fe

-Mma nd Mm. LioneL Vasse were

i host last Monday at a dinner.

fcalit m i F.mhaXKV 1 'denCS

v tvi offnir was in honor of ; the

rnmmertial Attache of theFrencl

' Embassy.-Pierre Cudin dtt Pay
. 1 Hon and his wife, who arrived in

the Isthmu .recently
' 'cmdr. And Mrsi Hew;:'
S.Ulnn In Alteon ' J ..

Cradr. and Mrs, u

of Mrs. Harry McGinnei of Ft.
r.hrV wit h Mrs. John Hulk a serv

inc as assistant hostess. "Ancient

Indians in Panama'! wisr the sub

ject of the judge's talkv

Members- present included mes-

dames T. S. Dube, ti, w.-.ing

dorf.M

sans. F,

ft C. Best

Hulka. H. J. MeGinni$ .' B. C: Wll

son, W. T Drydale, H I Jones,

G W. Pulliam and H; crowiy.
FniO, Crowley wag i guest

T. S. Cube, Ur W.-v tng tng-.
. tng-. M. Hartmnn. W. If. Gog Gog-fE.
fE. Gog-fE. DobbSj J. JL Seibert.
5est, R. M. Barber. J. P

Vll4n.v Califs are th -B 0 I e

'iieats of their son and daughter-

in-law Lt. Col. and Mrs. Clarence'

- Hewitt of Ancon. Mrs Hewitt was1 st Fc Sttwni,y
'guests honor recently, at a cbffee, i
party held in th Albrook Officers' cotaiion Club will hold

Club :tA five'. -'-Ml.;rTw. ..ini.iormal dance this Saturday

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Judge E.t.P. Tatelman
Addresses Neweomera,

5 Judiel !L. t P. Tatelman was

fuest speaker recently when the
Newcomers Club met at the home

'

";. DONALD t, WRIGHT
(PC-A) Donald L. Wright
has been elected executive vice
i resident and member of the
Board of Directors of Esso
Standard OIL B.A. according to
Mr. C. paz Rodriguez, Esso man-
. nger In Panama- Mr; Wright will
make hi headquarters, in Ha-
vana, Cuba. :
Mr. Wright has been In the
- oil industry for 2T years, hav hav-inff
inff hav-inff Joined Standard OU Com Com-.pany
.pany Com-.pany (N J.) interest in 1830 as
an engineer-trainee wsigned to
. on of the company' largest U.
8. refineriek at Bayway, N. J.
" After pilot plant work on a new
process" which waa .originally
e fnmvivMf tn make oil from coal.

he Joined the Esso Laboratories
whers he -rortfeipated in the
design ana of.tho ssso

. intoMMt.il : first eomDrehenslv

lubrication' text book and guide

which, with constant revision, is
f still -'.nged rby- ',Ess'.' afflllttet
. throughout th ;worlL s?
A sales engineering groua was
formed In 1934 and he was ap ap-t
t ap-t pointed member specializing
in the product nuaiity and ap-
plication of lubricants.
in 19i3, during World War H,
he wae appointed petroleum at attache
tache attache to the United States Em Embassy
bassy Embassy In London, holding this
office until late 1945. Mr- Wright
then returned to the Standard
' Oil Company (N-J. where he
Joined the .marketing council
department as advisor on prod
net quality, afterward becom becoming
ing becoming assistant to Jersey's Market Marketing
ing Marketing Coordlnatorr-
He went to Europe at the end
of 195(1 as 'shareholders' repre representative
sentative representative for Norway, Denmark,
Sweden and Finland. He re remained
mained remained m this position with
headquarters in Copenhagen,
Denmark, until Joining; Esso
Standard Oil, S-A.

evening st the raids rook Coun-

tryj Club from S.30 nntu ,iz:30 .m

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Maraaiita Unien Church -Auxiliary
Wane :

The', women's Auxiliary oi

WASHINGTON, Feb. Si (UP) 'would vote against the resolution

Two of th Senate's most power

ful Democrats will renew attempts
to knock out economic aid provi provisions
sions provisions of President Eisenhower's
Middle East resolution, it was
learned today.:'.;:, "r-iVy r't
Forces led by Sens. Harry F.
Byrd (D-Va) and Richard B. Bus Bus-sell
sell Bus-sell fD-Ga) nlan to offer an

the amendment to separate military

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Margarita Union Church will holdl and economic aid features of the
its February- meeting next .Tues'-yesolutioa now that Senate' debate

day a 7:JQ p.m. In the church yes

. An interesting program has bee
planned with the Rev. Paul dan dander,
der, dander, paster, as the devotional lead
r and Mrs. E. N. Bissett as guest

sneaker. Mrs., Bissett' theme

"Miaiionaries in Mexico."

V Hostesses Av.e social to follow

the meeting are .Jttrs, sBroce ean ean-ders,
ders, ean-ders, Mrs. John Purvis ami Mrs,
William Bowen. ,t

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BUENOS AIRES, Feb. 31 i
ytjp) Three Latin American

capitals now have more tnan

tnree nuuion uuuihuuu n
and six others have more t1

on rnibem. a united Press sujR major cities and their Immedl-

yey showed tooayi;
Three -largest are- Buenos
Aires, Mexico and Sae Paulo, n

that oraer,- xney Kiiwmw

Picnic To Be Held At
Summit
By Baplist Church
C..tf .rM wilt b tb

scene of the snnual Sunday School
nH rhnrrh nicnie of the First

Baptist Church ef Balboa HeighU,
tomorrow. ; ...
Th. ava .rtlvitiai will beain

at 9:30 a.m. Families driving their

cards are te be at the church ea
Ancoa .ouleyard by ; i:.3pc to pro-

vide transportawon zor .uose wim-

out cars.
Robert Snyder, general superin-tendent-of
the school, is chairman
in charge arrangements. Ar Arthur
thur Arthur Cotton will serve the iee
mam. and Frank South the cold

drinks, which are provided yntn-

out cost by the Sunday scnoov

Dinner is designed as an oia-iain-ioned
covered dish dinner : with

fsmllies providing enough for per per-sonnei
sonnei per-sonnei nd thoia without 'families.

Paul Westlund and a group
ervicemen have donated their

miiw Ait a-workr eartvte ar

range the-picnic' area at aft early
hour before the opening ef the
picnic. Tables and chairs, will be

provided lor everyone.
Lt,- Cot Morris Naudts Is the
starter for all races and contests;

and working with him, John NUz,

CeelL cmig,. ram uf n n gi e n,
Lloyd owman, and Carl Serger
will be in charge of various events
Moses Aleman will be responsible
to see that every contestant re

ceives a prize, an the winners

Mrs. wSocd1 Morris wil or organize
ganize organize the soft ban games for the
younger departments, and Snyder
for the older departments. Other
sports to be played will be volley volleyball,
ball, volleyball, kick-ball, horse shoes, and
tug-of-war.

At the lunch hour Pastor Wil

liam H. Beeby and Robert Snyder

will present the plans lor tne Bap

tist Sunday School study courses,

and the new goals set for Sunday

School work.
The first aid kit will be under
the supervision of Dr. Robert Chap
man and nurse Sara Watkins.
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The crtt'at
in fhe sauc

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and th sauc

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Toall lave h rick
aanc tka livaly

flavor tt aack taadar

Scm it tsoal

by Rio ids Janeiro; Santiago. 14-

ma, Havana, Bogota and Cara

cas, toe survey inoicaiea.
SDectacular Industrial devel

opment centering around the

ate surroundintr area. appears
responsible lor. most of the pop

ulation growth. :

la Baeaoe Aire and Mexico
O ty the eld cities and their
widespread suburban districts
have become virtually a solid
community of metropolitan a a-rea
rea a-rea with last laterorbaa com communications,
munications, communications, although some
of the suburbs may still be
separata political enlts.
Rcqdcp Mass
Tomorrow Mcrning
For Eddb Lavalas
' A requiem mass will be held
for the late Eddie Lavalas to tomorrow
morrow tomorrow morning at 7:30 in the
San Miguel Church. -Youns?
Lavalas. 23. who was

honorably discharged from the
UJ5. Army last Demember, died
last week Thursday st th San Santo
to Santo Tomae hospital of pneumonia.

- He Is survived by his mother,
Mrs. .ivy Cunningham; his
grandmother, Mrs. Edith Lava-lasf-hi
aunts, Eleanor Barnett
and Dora Lavalas alt of whom
are sponsoring the mass, in ad addition
dition addition to other relatives.

on the issue is underway..

"'- An earlier Byrd -Russell attempt

waa rejected, 17 to 11, by the Sen

ate Armea services ana foreign

Relations committees which con
aider ad the resolution. :

. Just when they will renew their

attack on dollar-aid provisions of

the resolution or will offer tne
amendment has not been decided.

Action Next Week

; There appeared little chance of

Senate a e t i o n on tne rouse rouse-approved
approved rouse-approved Middle East resolution
before next week as the 1 o ni

awaited debate got off to a slow

start.

Senate Democratic Leader Lyn

don B. Johnson (Tex) warned tne

Senate sot "to diily-aaiur on me

resolution. He said be mignt cau

the measure up for a vote sooner
than planned if more senators who
have' asked for time are not pre

pared to speak.

Altnougn Democrats ana nepuD-

licans alike have appealed tor bi bipartisanship,
partisanship, bipartisanship, some of the eight
Democrats who voted against the

resolution in committee announced

they have not changed their

stands. .

Sen. J. William Fulbright (D (D-Ark),
Ark), (D-Ark), who has maintained the
President already has the authori authority
ty authority called for in the resolution,
said, "I'm still going to vote
against it."
Must Be Improved
Senate Democratic Whip Miek
Mansfield (Mont) said that unless
the resolution is "improved," he
doubted he will "be able to vote
for it."
Sen. Sam J. Ervin, Jr. (D-NC),
ssid in a Senate speech that he

He said it could not be reconciled
with the possible cost in money

or lives which might follow or
with the constitutional functions of
Congress. ;

Speaking of Secretary of State

John Foster Duties, .rvin saia:
T do not have sufficient confl

dence in the soundness of his

judgment to underwrite his future

action in tnat area wiw me re

sources of American taxpayers
and the lives of American boys."

Would Use Armed Forces

Under the military phase of the
resolution, as modified by the two

Senate committees, Conies

would declare tnat the United

States is "prepared to use armed

forces' if necessary to resist any

communist aggression in the Mid'
lie East.
Mr. Eisenhower orieinallv re

guested specific authority to com commit
mit commit U.S. forces in event of Com

munist attack in the area. The

House approved tne resolution in

this' form. But the White House

has said the Senate version is ac

ceptable to the President.
Under the economic aid features

of the resolution, which Southern
T" . LI 1

xeniocrais particularly nave op

posed, wrt .cisennower would be

authorized to spend 200 million

aouars of appropriated funds

he pleases iorc Mideast economic
and military aid in the next four

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Mary Ann Mitchell Trips

lop Seeded Angela Buxton

California's Mary Ann Mitchell electrified the
spectators who were lortunate enough to be watch watching
ing watching her match on Court No. 2 against top seeded
Angela Buxton, British Wightman Cup star and
fifth ranked woman player in the world, with a
smashing upset 108, 36, 64 victory that moves
her into the semifinals against Darlene Hard.
Miss Hard, of the U.S., was also victorious in
her quarter-final match against Esther Maria Bue Bueno
no Bueno of Brazil 4 6, 61, 6 3.
Among the spectators last night was President
Ernesto de la Guardia Jr. The Chief Executive was
accompanied by a large party. He sat through most
of the matches before leaving.
The upset of Miss Buxton stole In men's doubles, Rose and
th spotlight trom other match-, candy eliminated Germany's
es that were considered last Peter Scholl and Wade Herron
night's features. Miss Buxton is of the U.S. 6-1, 6-3 and wnitney
No. 2 ranked in England. iReed and Jerry Moss of the U.S.
" Miss Mitchell's excellent cross I turned back Giuseppe Merlo and
Court backhand drive and pre-, jua nRuiz 6-4, 7-5.
.ise placements plus her ability 1
to loo kept Miss Buxton on the In another men's doubles
base line and away from her fa- match, the Rojas brothers of
vorite game at the net. Sne Costa Rica dedicated their
would invariably be passed it match with Llamas-Contreras to
iha went up as Mary Ann s pin 1 the Costa Rican Ambassador to

joint Dlacements were clicking i Panama. Tournament commit

so well.
Miss Hard made experience
pay off for her aganst hard-hitting
Miss Bueno. After Maria

Esther had taken a hard fought I The seasoned and tournament

first set 6-4. Darlene hit her wise Mexican team wera in
stride and ran off five straight their usual top form and down down-games
games down-games to lead 5-0 before the ed the Costa Ricans with their
Brazilian girl copped one. Miss power, going on to win in
Hajd easily won the seventh straight sets 6-1, 6-1.

game ana set e-i.

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matte Heurte-matte made the announcement
and threw out the first ball.

DOUBLES CONTESTANTS Second from right It Mary Ann Mitchell, who hit night won in thrto toll
over English Wightman Cup star Angola Buxton in tho International Tennii Championships now being held
ai'the El Panama Cabana and Tennis Club, The final icoro of tho match wat 108, 36, 6 4. On tho
far left is Bill Hele Canal Zona, and Margareta Bonstrom, Sweden, with Whitney Reed of tho e. $. on tho
right. Mitchell and Reed had just won over Bonstrom and Helo in mixed doubles.

Service Leaguej Albroolc Upsets Claytoil

Standings;:
Leading Hitters

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(as of 19 Feb: 57)
- i won Lost Pet.
Port Clayton 12 4 c
Fort Amador ......10 7 2Vi
Albrook AFB ...... 9 8 3Vi
Fort Kobbe 7 10 S3
Army Atlantic ... 4 13 8ya
Top Ten Batters
55 or more times at bat
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Lennon, Kobbe,;. 74 24 33 .446

weaver, jiaywu .., oi m
Duffield, Kobbe 63 13 26 .413
Straube, Amador 66 16 24 .364
Onders, Clayton .. 58 9 19 .328
Kaps, Amador .. 62 18 20 J23
Delaney, Clayton 59:17 19 .322
Tucker, AA 63 14 20 .317
Lancer, Albrook . 57 14 18 .316

LaMestra, Albrook 64 16 19 .297

But Cavaliert Continue
to Lead Service League

PAAF League Top Pitchers
(Three or more decisions)

Name Won, Lost Era

Cary, Clayton ..... 7 2 2.13

Borkoskl, Clayton .31 3.65
Kaps, Amador 5 2 3.15

Stephenson. Ama. 2 l 4.50

Hill, Albrook ...... 2 1 4.91

Today's schedule:

Stadium Court
First match 6:30 p.m.
Mario Llamas-Mexico vs Giu-

' The final set was another
thrilling- hard fouzht one. Af.er

Miss Hard had run through the )
first three frames, Miss Bueno :
came back to take two. Darlene,

however, proved her superiority seppe Merlo-ltaly.

oy wkuh: me xicxi. iu j-amco seconCi match
tb lead 5-2 then dropped the.
eighth game and closed out tne whitney Reed-United states
match in the ninth e;am. after vs Armarido Vieira-Brasi'..
it had gone to deuce four times. Tnird match
In mixed doubles, the Yolaj
Ramirez-Mario Llamas Mexican Buxton-Rose vs Clark Merlo.

Esso Golf Tourney Moves
Into 2nd Round This Week

duo defeated Hilda Herrera and

Webb Hearne 6-3, 6-4, Jean
Clarke (U.S.) and Giuseppe
Merlo (Italy) eliminated Paul Pauline
ine Pauline Edwards 6-4, 6-4 and Brazil s
Maria Esther Bueno. and Ar Armando
mando Armando .Vlelra topped Karol F.a F.a-fferos
fferos F.a-fferos and jUd SrhwaYtz Bt3, 6-3
RoseMarie Reyes nd Pandho
Contreraiof Alexico downed Sa Sarah
rah Sarah Turber and Wade Herron 7 7-5.
5. 7-5. 6-1.
Top seeded Mervyn Rose
and' second eeded Pnn Cardv.
oth of Australia, advanced to
th s'nles semifinals Rose
"rned hack the United Stes'
r- Mow fi-4. 6-4 whi'e Pai-
ri'!nod o w'"o's Pan-
rbo Contreras 6-4, 6-2.

The first round matches in the

Esso Golf tournament being

played at the Panama Golf Club

were completed over the past
week-end wilh some very fine
matches resulting in narrow mar margins
gins margins of victory.

Fourth match

KnodrS7honsVard- WsSeran Al Saannen were st.,1 even

Medalist Bob Medinger and vet-

after 27 holes of play and

up to

this point have still not decided

on who would drop bacK into ine
Defeatist Flight and who would
stay up in the Championship brac

ket. The winner of this match

match played 11 a.m. Thursday.
Court Two

fcosa Marie Rye3MoxO;t vs wh: decided wU1 meet President

Mrs Dorothy H. Knoae, umteciE t j Guardia. Jr. who e-

Second match
Karol Faeeros. United States
vs Shirley Ploomer, England.
Third match

Mitchell-Reed vs Ramirez-

Llamas.

Fourth match
Bloomer-Candy vs Reyes-Con-treras.

Paz Rodriguez 3 and 2, Bob Walk- Col H. W. Schull, Jr. vs Carlos A-

er over Cardenas 2 up. Hauler .rosemena

won from De Mena. Ed MacVlttie

was in 2 up over Sibauste. Pablo FIRST FLIGHT

Duran took Roberto Aleman by
default. Louie Chandeck over Doc
Raymond 4 and 3. Fred Gerhardt

2 and 1 over Al Davis. Purdy 3
and 1 over A. Carrizo. F. Robinson
with a 4 and 3 win over C. Cain.

Hernandez over Arman. E. Aran-

go 4 and 3 too good for L. Roma Roma-gosa.
gosa. Roma-gosa. Chuck Kline downed Bill

Coffey 4 and 3 while C. Campag

nani downed Capt. Harrington g. .Campagnahi vs D, Halman
2 oKl,and J). Halmtn got a de-fcf Jr 'j iX'

fault from W. E. Hunter. Doel and

PeDe Oiler did not past results

merged victorious over Louie Mar- so may be eliminated.

tinz by a l up margin. Mike Mo- Pairing, for the sec0nd round
reno and "Secreto Re Valdes matches both the champion.
also got tangled up in i ding -dong hj d First FH M are snown
battle with Valdes finally taking! y matches must be

tne maicn oy o ..u -",-nmnieted bv Sunday Feb. 23.

L. Wood

C. Richardson vs T,
ruff

Bob Walker vs Brack Hattler
Ed MacVittie vs Pabo Duran

L. Chandeck vs Fred Gerhardt

F. F. Purdy vs F. Rooinson

J Hernandez vs Doel or Oiler

unless disqualified

E. Arango vs. C. Kline

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PACIFIC LITTLE LE.GU

Second Half Standings i

Won Lost Pet.

ARMED FORCES LITTLE
LEAGUE

er 34 boles of play.

Other matches in the Cham Cham-pionsmp
pionsmp Cham-pionsmp Flight resulted in Bill
iebrun downing Major McGowan
4 and 2 by virtue of LeBrun's sub sub-par
par sub-par in-nine. Pico Diaz was a bit
ioo gooa 4or i'aDlo Abad, winning

2 and 1," Jim DesLonaes oui-pui-

ted Bart Elich to gain a narrow l l-up
up l-up win. R. T. Lively was 2 and 1

too much for uoc uerrans.
George Novey won 2 and 1 over

Gordon Daiton. Babb out-iasiea

Jim Piaia 1 up. Harvey ueau was
on to take Al Corsale 1 up. G. M.
Earl came in 3 and 2 over W.

I. Movnihan. Maurte m u 1 1 e r

police 1
Spur Cola 1
Seymour Agency .. 0
Gibraltar Life .... 0
Elks 1414 0
Lincoln Life 0

I 1 1 (n ITneemn r a la

West Bank 4, Carib Command 0 wca w-, x- -

On Tuesday afternoon.

1.000 Bank's Cocoli ball park was the

1.000
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Spur Cola 3, Elks Hit 2

scene of an exciting game be

tween Caribbean command and
West Bank. This was the replay
of a tied came, during the reg-

OOOjularly scheduled first half and

was one of the best games seen
this year.
Toeine the slab for Caribbean
Command was fireballer Schultz

from

rharlip MarMurray. Doc Miuen

came from way behind to out-
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last jvicuaiu jcuuujv. w,,., p.r,ii
Col. Schull continued his winning 'Juan Ruis treru)

ui.i hv sirie-iinine bod iorres 01

rairines are also shown tor tne

Defeatist Flights and these
matches also must be completed

by this coming Sunday. Failure to
post results may result in double
default.
CHAMPIONSHIP FFLICHT
Winner Medingor-Saarinen vs
Pres. de la Guardia, Jr.
W. Lebmn vs Pico Diaz
Rey Valdes vs Jim Des Londes
R. T. Lively vs Geo. Novey
C. A. Babb vs H. Beall
G M. Earl vs M. Muller
Aurelio Arias vs Dr. H. Mitten

f-i PEFIATlSTj f LIGHT NO. 1

Loser Medinger'-Saarinen vs L.

Martini
C. McGowan vs P. Abad
Mike Moreno vs Bart Elich
Dr. Gerrans vs G. Daiton
Jim Plaia vs Al Corsale
W. L. Moynihan vs Erasmo de
la Guardia
' Chas. MacMurray vs Richard
Dehlinger
Bob Torres vs J. J. Massot
DEFEATIST FLIGHT NO. 2

J. M. Boyd vs C. Paz Rodriguez

J. B. Cardenas vs K. de Mena
J. E. Sibauste vs Roberto Ale Ale-man
man Ale-man Dr F. Raymond vs Al Davies
A. Carrizo, V. vs. C. F. Cain
C. A. Arman vs Loser Doel-Oller
if not disqualified
L Romagosa vs Bill Coffey
Capt. F. Herrlngton vs W. E.
Hunter

Gold Dust
RAINBOW CITY OPEN

CLASSIFICATION SOFTBALL
LEAGUE SETS MARCH 2
FOR OPENING
By HERBERT MOISE

The ooard "of directors of the
Rainbow City Ooenine Classifica

tion Softball League has set March

i as tentative openine date of

their 1957 Season. So far six teams
have solicited franchises and have

been accepted by the league,

Some of these teams will have
a host of old faces while others will

bring new blood into the league

The teams accepted are: Depor Depor-tivo
tivo Depor-tivo Alfred Brathwaite, Deportivo

Henry Thomas, Powell Garage,
Cerveza Balboa, Dark Millionaires

and the Atlantic Side Firefighters

The first two named are in the
market for sponsors but should
they fail to get a commercial es

tablishment to back them these

sportsminded gents will still be

at the bead of their teams

A meeting between the manag managers
ers managers of the teams and the board is

scheduled lor tomorrow at 6:30

prior to'thes showing of the 1955

World Senear :.- t 'w-

Cerveza Balboa will be manag

ed by Conrad Gill, Dark Million

aires will be run by Nugent Joseph

and the Atlantic Firefighters by

Sgt. Walker. Thomas will proba

bly manage his own team but the

Powell and Brathwaite teams are

still keeping their managers a secret.

WORLD SERIES FILM
Under sponsorship of the Rain

bow City Civic Council, the 1955

World Series between the Yankees
and the Dodgers will be run at the

Hainbow City Gym at 7:15 p.m.
tomorrow. The Council had a pre preview
view preview for the Atlantic Side press

last Saturday.

Saturday's Results
Kobbe 6 Army Atlantic 5

Aiuruujt e -j. uaiyton 3
Sunday's Results
Amador 14 Army Atlantic 4
. Monday's Results
Albrook 12 Kobbe 9
Albrook Flyers toppled the

uaytpn Cavaliers 6-3 SatuWay
night at Beam Stadium behind the

nve nit pitching of fireballer Dick
Greenfield and handed hurler Bill
Cary his second Joss in his last
two outings. ; Saturday afternoon
Fort Kobbe's Regulars picked up
two runs jn the ninth inning to beat
Army Atlantic 6-5 at Fort Davis
FLYERS TOP CAVALJERS
A fifth inning' triple by Flyer
rightfielder Art Daniels, and a
sacrifice hit by shortstop Mario

La.Maesf.raj produced ; Albrook'i
fourth run of the game which prov

eu io De tne winning run niton.

er Dick Greenfield limited th

Cavaliers to three runs nn f iva

hits, two walks, and he struck out

seven men..

Ihe Flyers picked up another

run in the seventh on a single, i
fielders choice and a triple by cen
terfielder Bob Lancer. Thev add.

ed one more insurance run in the
eighth on two singles, walk and

sacmice.
The Flyers served Ditcher Bill

Cary notice of what was to come
by tagging him for three big runs
in the first inning on four Solid

hits; one being a two run tripl

uy caii-ner frame Liucovicn.

Clayton's only runs came in the

sixth and eighth innings. In the
sixth two errors, two singles and
a sacrifice fly brought In two tal

lies, and in the eighth second base

man Don Nakama singled and

scored their third and final run

on a passed ball.

Greenfield went the route for

Flyers picking up his fifth win a

gainst four losses, and increasing

his strike out total to 89. Cavalier

ace Bill Cary went the route for

the losers yielding 10 hits and

three walks and was charged with

his second loss in nine decisions.

scoring both runners. However.'
the Bushmasters picked up two
runs in their half of the third
when Hess singled. Tucker-got on
with an error and' Keros singled
them home.

Council president Jess Jeseph worth

KOBBE EDGES AA

Fort Kobbe't l Regulars nicked

UP i we irons m the ton of the ninth

inning, when Hal Duffield the sec

ond baseman led off with a sin

gle, third baseman Ernie Lennon

reached base on an error and right-

fielder Ed Scarlett brought both

men in with a solid single.

in the bottom of the ninth Kob

be's hurler Frank Jans set the
Bushmasters down in order as he

got second baseman Lloyd Hess
and centerfielder Joe Tucker to

ground out and ended the game

by striking out first baseman John

Keros.

The Army Atlantic Bushmasters

drew first blood in the second in

nine when third baseman Rolando

Perez tripled and scored on a
double by leftfielder Jim Stall-

told us that showing will be lim

ited on this side, so he is urging
Atlantic siders to attend this
showing at the gym on Thurs Thursday.
day. Thursday.

In the third inning Duffield sin

gled for Kobbe and advanced to
second when first baseman Cal
Edeehill eot on with an error. Len

non then slammed a long double then scored on a single by Loy.

Kobbe tied the seer fa 1i .

fourth inning on a walk, a single

vj Duvtiaiv Am. vumugeio ana n
wild pitch. In Kobbe's half of the
sixth Scarlett walked, went to sec second
ond second on a passed ball and scored
on catcher Lennie Gitten's single.
The Bushmasters went hari fn

the last time in tne seventh Inning
1 TT. -! .1 ...

wucu ness swgiea ana scorea on

ane rror. Tucker singled, Stole
second and third and scored on a
single by Keros. That made the
count 5-4 AA and set the stase -Top

uyuuc a vimii uiuiUfj! kjBllIfJ Win
ning for the winners getting credit
for the win, his second in six deci deci-sios.
sios. deci-sios. Harry Boar) worked one and
1-3 inning for the'Bushmasters and
was charged with the loss, his sec second
ond second in three decisions,
TROOPERS CRUSH
ARMY ATLANTIC
Fort Amador's Troopers explod explod-ed
ed explod-ed for eight hits and nine bie runs

in the second inning and nicked

up five more along the way as
they proceeded to crush the Ar.
my Atlantic Bushmasters 14-4 at

McCardell Field Sunday afternoon.
The Troopers sent 14 batters' to

the plate in that wild second in inning
ning inning blasting Bushmaster starter
Neil Wheeler from the mound pick picking
ing picking up seven hits and seven funs
off him, and then combined a
walk, a hit and an error for two-

runs off John Shirley Jsefore he
could retire the side.The big hit
of the inning was a two run hom homer
er homer by first basehian Jack Kaps.
, The Bushmasters picked up two
runs in the third inning on a solo

homer by shortstop Jim Daley, a

want, a neiaers cnoice and a sin-

gie by first baseman John Keros,

In the fourth innins Ksdi slam.

med his second homer of the came

over the rightfleid fence with no nobody
body nobody on m aking It 10-2 Amador.

in the Bushmaster half of the

fifth pitcher John Shirley drew a

walk, and. alter two batters were

retired, Keros slammed I a long
triple bringing Shirley in for their

tmra run, i

In the Amador half of the sixth

centerfielder Lee Straube got on

with an error and stole second

base. Kaps then brought Straube

in with another lone blast that fell

in for a triple. Leftfielder Frank

Loy doubled scoring Kaps, and
went to third on a wild pitch.
Catcher Irv Haynes "brought Loy
across the plate with a sacrifice
making it 13-3 Amador.

Each team picked un its final

run in the eighth inning. Third

baseman Rolando Perez doubled

for the Bushmasters in the eighth

and scored on a single by catcher

Alex Hunter. Lee Straube led off
the Trooper hald of the eighth

with a walk and proceeded to

steal second and third base, and

MEN'S SINGLES

Mervyn Rose (Australia)

Rose 6-6, 6-1

anH 1 while Carlos Arosemeu

downed J. Massot 1 up.
In the First flight play Rich-oi-Hcnn
crnt a default from J.

in another overtime ball i who gave uo four runs on three 1 Boyd. Woodruff beat r,sso
came, the Pacific Little League I hits and eight walks while he

treated the spectators to a i struck out eight men. With

thriller yesterday when Spur
Cola nosed out the Elks 1414 by
a 3 to 2 score.

steadier support from his team
mates Schultz might have Rone
through the game without giv

ing up a run but these things
Walker for the Spurs p.nd Qui- happen and five big errors
ros of the Elks hooked up in an opened the (rates for West
honest to gooaness pitching Bank's four runs,
duel. After the regulation eixj winning his first game this
innings of Little League play, season, gigantic southpaw Willie
Quiros was replaced by Mullins I Peterson, usually troubled with

and Walker by Zelnick

' It was Mullins' misfortune to
he tagged for the loss, whereas
Zelnick got the win.
The two leadoff hitters in the
Spur Cola's lineup led the bat batters,
ters, batters, with two safe bingles each.
Between them they scored ail
three runs. Bowen had two hits
and two runs while Albritton
liad the same number of hits
and one run.

; The box score;
Spa rCoIa Ab R
Bowen 3b 3 2
Albritton 2b, lb 3 1
Zelnick lb, p 2 0
-Starkenberg ss 4 0
Mounts If 4 0
firadshaw cf 4 0
.Whitney c 2.0
Arnold 3. rf 2 0
Hele rf 0 0
Walker p. 2b 3 0
3
Elks 1414
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Burgener If 3 0
Oangle If l 0
Bettssk cf 3 1
Stondnor 2b 1
MuUina as. o 3 0
Ouiroa p. ss ?. 0
purton Sb 3.
Mrorfcth .rf o
t -...n, .... .v.,.-.y a
Lincoln c 2 ;

wildness. found himself in this

game and really pitched a beau beauty.
ty. beauty. Giving up but one hit. a dou double
ble double to Jimmy Rowan in the sec second
ond second inning, no runs, issuing on only
ly only five free passes, strikinp out
eight men one with the tases
loaded and two out, and with
superb support from the team
Peterson was master of the sit situation.
uation. situation. Hustling all the way, bearing
down hard in the clutch and
fielding like an infielder. Pete
held the CC boys at oay and

II closed the door in their faces
2 whenever they threatened. If
2 this is a sample of what pete is
1 going to do in the second half,
1 Bob Taht will have cone up
1 with a big number two man to
1 challenge Curundu and the oth oth-0
0 oth-0 er teams for second half honors. I
0 Offensively, besides Rowan's

0 double, Genie Linfors had one.

0 of the same variety and was al

so credited with a single, wnen
in the 5th inning his hard
grounder smacked second base baseman
man baseman Richardson's glove o hard
that he was unable to handi it
and when he made the throw to
first the flying Linfors had al already
ready already crossed the bag. The only
other hit of the game vas cred-

0 lted to Ken Lima who bunted
A I beautifully In the thi d and
0 maf1? it safely to first, w'th no
njplav Vine med at nv
l.end the runners on first and

Sports Briefs

WASHINGTON, (UP) Jack
Davis, 215-pound guard who was
Maryland co-captain in 1956, Tues Tuesday
day Tuesday signed with the Washington
Redskins of the National Football
League Davis was not drafted by
the NFL club.

Bye
Jerry Moss (US)
Mario Llamas (Mexico)
Eyo Fimental (Venezuela)

Peter Scholl (Germay)
Guissepe Merlo (Italy)

Whitney Reed (US)
Orlando Garrido (Cuba)

Wade Herron (US)
Armando Vieira (Brazil)

Mos

Rose (-4, 6-1

FRANKIE
LATEST HITS
Distributed by
TR0PELC0
Via Espana & 45 3-1285

Sidney Schwsrti (US)
Francisco Contreras (Mexico)

Webb Hearne (Canal Zone)
Don Candy (Australia)

Llamas t-t, 6-4

Merlo 6-4, 6-t

Reed 6-2, 1-6

Vieira 6-1, 6-2

Contreras 6-1, 6-3

Candy 6-3, 4-6, 6-1

Candy 6-6, 6-1

FRANKIE LYMOH
and
"THE TEENAGERS"
ARRIVING MARCH 1
VICEROY Toldo

Angel Bnxfon (England)
Bye
Mary Ann Mitchell (US)
Pauline Edwards (US)
Maria Bueno (Brasil)
Jean Clark (UP)
Eileen Gavlard (England)
Darlene Hard (US)

Karel Fageroe US)
Hilda Herrera, (Gaatemala)

Yola Rim ires (Mexico)
Shirley Bleomer (Ens land)
Rosa Maria Revet (Mexlee)
Sara Tnrker (US)
Marrereta Reastreni (Sweden
Doretby Kde US

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Buxton

Mitchell 6-1, 6-6

Buene 1-6, 6-4. 6-4

Hard

Fageros 6-1, 6-1

Bloomer 6-3, 3-6, 6-1

Reyes 6-4, 6-3

Knede 6-3, 6-6

WOMEN'S SINGLES

Mitchell 16-1, 3-6, 6-4

.

Hard 4-6, 6-t -S

. j second moving up.



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BHS Tonight

PACIFIC TWILIGHT LEAGUE
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Second Half SUnd'ngi r
Team ' Wn Lost
Lucky Strike 2 1-
American Legion . . 1 1
Balboa Higlj f, .,...,. 1 1
Junior college vl 2

Panama'! representatives In

the mnth Caribbean series ae ae-;
; ae-; serve praise for theic comeback
' Jo Wind up second after drop drop-titnir
titnir drop-titnir their first two games of

' - Many are of the opinion that

' Cerveza Balboa should .nave coy
nd t.h riiamoionshln ofl the

atrmcrth of the brilliant oltch

in' performances turned. In by

ita.mouna corps, ixus
! however, thinks the best team
s"; won. and deserved the victory.
It is. true 'that righthander

Ronnie Sheetz hurled j?reac can
in both contests against Maria Maria-nao
nao Maria-nao but the same is, true of Cu Cuba's
ba's Cuba's Jim Bunning the Tinner
in both names. Bnnning's mas mas-,
, mas-, tery over the' Panama batsmen
, is clearly lpdicated by, the fact
that he faced only ten batters
in the last three innings of the
first game and 15 in the last

.five innmgs or tne secono uu-

ba-Panama meeting.
Panama's players, especially
Al Pinkston, seemed to be suf-
ferine from a bad case of the
,X "jitters" on ; opening niybt.
Pinkston -ran the bases like
someone playinf baseball for
the first time, booted easy
plays, dropped fly balls and
- was pathet'e at the plats.
. Herman Charles, who later al al-.
. al-. so became, a victim -of the "jit-

t -ters'. nerformed: creditably: in

.i the first- game." He played error error-:,
:, error-:, i less ball and drove in Panama's
-only run with a single that fol fol-:
: fol-: lowed John Glenn's triple in the
aixth inning.- ..
The following night .Charles
booted some easy plays and his
failure to hit with men on base
caused him to be relegated to
ithe sidelines along with .Mr.
' Pinkston. Clarence Moore, an another
other another player who couldn't buy a
base hit,- was taken out of the
lineup, too. Then Panama start startled
led startled to rolln -1 v-
The Insertion of HaroM Gor Gordon
don Gordon at first base, Alonso Brath Brath-.
. Brath-. wait at second,' movinEf -Hecpr
Lopejt to shorty and Bob Trice in
left fieId,wltli''Pcpe osorio go goring
ring goring to right,' proved' to be the
remedy for the-team's ills. They
' swept three of their last four
v games, dropping s only r sheetz'

three-hit, 8-to-l heaitbreaker

to Cuba.

: The rest of what' happened is
history Panama winding up
with its second straight series-

endtne shutout over Venezuela

h Winston Brown was great in

both eriorts against tne msap

pointed Venezuelans. Jmmedt-

ately after his six-hit, 2-1 trl

umph in the first game, plate
umpire Amado Maestri tusned

over to Brown and congratulat

ed him- thusly; '""Kid, you pitched

Dig league pan."
oOo ...."'-
The player who Impressed
us most was the Marlanao
club's centerfi e I d e r, Solly
Drake. This bustling player fs
the property of the Chicago
Ciibs and seems destined to,
become a big league itar.
Drake, undoubtedly the fast

est man in the series, made

many difficult plays look easy

because of his blindly speed.
He also came out the batting
champion of series, but Mix
games are not enough to tell
whether he can make the grade
as a major league hitter.

Harold Gordon was the most

improved player for Panama in
the series. He looked like a car carbon
bon carbon copy of Tony Bartlrome a-,
round the first sack taking
bad throws out of the dirt and
leapincr to stab others out of the
alr- His -- .412 batting, average,
second, ill the series, bordered on
the sensational. -,
Alonso Brathwaite also i hit
well and played steady ball. But
the most sensational catch of
the entire series- was Pepe Oso-

rlo'a running, leaning backhand

ed stab: of witty Quiptana's
drive near the fence In the third
inning of the opening game of
the series against Cuba The
majority of the : fans thought
Ouintana had a. homer until

Pene wheeled and. whipped the

Dan to tne miieia. y;
, Bob Trice's catch of Solly
DrakelRi drivn t leftenter in
the third inning i of th second

Panama-Cuba a battle was snr-

oassed onlv bv Osorio's. Bob frtl

head over heels but still' man managed
aged managed to come up'Ttlth the ball.

Last NIrht's Result

Junior College 4, Amer. Legion 2

Tonigm s uame
'Lucky Strike vs Balboa High

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Record Books Say Saxfon

Have Rough

To

Evening

Against Basilio Tomorrow

By OSCAR FRALEY Lou Nova drew the curtains od
r. ' M,xle Ber in 11 itanias, anf tfie
- NEW YORK (UPKJohnny Sax- next time out needed only eight
ton is in s very unenviable post: j heats. Joe Louis shortened the dis dis-tion
tion dis-tion today if you believe the.tance for Lee Ramsge from eight
knockout storr in the record books! rounds in thMr first hnut in tun

of the ring. k v in the second while aeainst Billv

Conn he needed 13 rounds in the
first and only eight for the second
fight blackout.

Rocky Marciano supplied more
evidence of this trend. He bombed
Jersey Jot Wslcott in the 13th for

the title. The next time they net
eld Jersey Joe went down in one,

even u mere is some doubt as

to the validity of his unconscious unconsciousness.
ness. unconsciousness. Certainly it proved that Joe
wanted no more of those jrocka-

Dye rigms.
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Thar spa' nntejrilA at Aa ttrlAna

12 heats to take the crown, he Louis. 'flattened by Max Schmet

uamuieieu out an 1CI QUDUCBie inv 1n their flrit cn.rmm1 K.,nn.

if, r..f.k 1 -----.

Ke-4 thr Others Twice

5axton attempts to regain the

welterweight crown from Carmen
Basilio at Cleveland oa Friday
night He isn't given much of a
entries by the experts because the
last time around he was battered
into limbo by the furious 'fists of
the rugged New Yorker.
And in such a ease, the records!
illustrate, ever since the days ofj
the old masters It only .sets worse

tne second time around.
In the case of the blasting Ba Basilio,
silio, Basilio, he seems to be even more
ferocious once' he has the knock knockout
out knockout Indian sign on an. opponent.

After flooring Tony DeMarco In

- Junior College finally broke

into the winu column last night
with a 4to-2 win over Ameri

can Leeion. 1

The defeat dropped Legion in

to a We for second place and

put Lucky Strike, first half vin vin-ners.
ners. vin-ners. back on top. Tonight. Bal

boa' High and Lucky strike meet

with BHS looking lo rlts second
straight win and the ton apot In

the eecond-nair stanaings.
- College started the scoring In
the. first with Gil' Smith op-m-

toe the innina. with r a single.

moving to. second on -an iniieie

out and then stealing third base.
Smith came In to score on Ray Ray-bourne'ssingle
bourne'ssingle Ray-bourne'ssingle to left. Tiie sec second.
ond. second. Collee run came in the

second inning, with Wood lead leading
ing leading off with a walk, advancing
to second on an infield out and
scoring on two infield errors.

The winners scored what

proved to he the wlnnms runs

in the fifth on walks fo Wash

burn and Ravbourne with Wash

burn scoring on Nahmsd's 'hot
smash i down rth left field line
that was good for two bases
Baybourne was nipped at the
nlate on a fielder's 'Choice but

Nahmad scored the fourth Col Col-leee
leee Col-leee run on Cotton's, single .. to
center. ..

T erloh almost unset thri roi-

leeiians In the last inninc as thev

scored two runs and had the
tiffing run at plate when pinch-

nitter Duke rcoiagranne wept

down swinginB- for the final

oi't.; McGlade opened the v ln-

rincr .reaching first sareiy on

McKeown's boot of his eround eround-er
er eround-er to short. A1! McKeown was
out-short to first for the first
out and. Loye went out pitcher
to first for-th second ut of
the inning.-With Kddie T?!or tt

tne mate Ravbonrpe - balked
allowing McGlade to n score
from (third. Bio teeditnff and
hammered a triple to left cen center
ter center an- rfthen scored on a wild

nltch for the second run.
Welch walked and Colasr nnde
came In to bat for Marietta
and utruck cut to ; end the
game.

waiiv Trout went an tne vay
for the Lep-lon snd would have

Tarea muen better it ne- haa

been given som esnpport by his
teammtes. Trout struck mit

six and walked five In losing

pi second gam in three oeci
slots ' r

rrcd Ravbourne posted hfs

ecmd win in "three tries 1

thouh ri'lng up eight hits.
wnWng three and striking cut

- Ray "FHUet" NicKisner was

the betting? star "f th rame
with three singles In three
trips end Jerry Welch, had two
fo rtwo for the losers at the

plate. ''-!:' J -,

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POOR SEATING ARRANGEMENTS -Jockey J. Smith rode Queens Love at a merry old clip,
until the horse decided the final hurdle at Plumpton, England, was no good. So Queens Love
stopped dead and Smith first wound up draped on his mount's head, then dumped unceremoni unceremoniously
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STANDINGS

e'er'pecerU Nac

20tn 'inran try

Tasco'aBtteries

Blatz Brewers

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fnnInM..''Red', Keith, t

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't't Won,0s Tct.jtance for, his (ninth loss against Qjaeg-

perfect day on two singles- in
two official trips, to the plate.
- The box score:

Fastlich Leaigue

Team
Ocelots

Palomas . .... 5
Conejos.. 4
Pumas ...... ..4
Pericos . .... . "3
Macaws 2

. o f I
STANDINGS Ammirati was the leading hit-
Won Lost, Pet. 'ter for the Ocelots with two for :
6 3 .667 1 thre followed by Dombrowski r

3 .623 1 with two for four and Engelka
4 500 with two for five. t r
4 .500 ,Rathgaber led for thl Palo
3 500 mas with one 'for two followed

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The box score:

Ocelots Coo Thriller 9-4 Ocelots

The Ocelots and p a 1 o mas Eneelke 2b. as .

hooked up in a tight game yes-1 Morris, R. ss, 3b

teraay ai me raswicn iciiiBC morris j. c

Ammirati 3b, p

Dombrowski cf
Womble rf
Boyett lb

Fafomas

20th Infantry Ab
Joneau (. .k .-. .. . 4

Rosa .. .." .. 2

one win.:,

Next Games

. : 3

Wesolek .. .. .. 3

Kbbbe obtained two runs on a ?,0,1. 2

454 horn, run bv Joneau down the A

.075 1 third base line and singles by,5"2L; 2

Rosa and, Wesolek in the third. .gtert " ; .V !. 2 0

.846

.583
.539

park taht had all the tenseness

of a tied up worm series ana it
wasn't until the seventh inning
when the Ocelots scored six
times to ice the eame that a win

was in sight, for either team.-

The Palomas led two to one in
the fifth and saw this lead cut.

to four to three when the Oce Ocelots
lots Ocelots scored pne in the sixth and
sewed it un with six in the

seventh,
The 0lots setn Vaughn -to
the mound and he-held the Pa Pa-lomas
lomas Pa-lomas to two hits in the six and.

one half innings he pitched,- be-IDahlhoff x

ing relieved' by Ammirati in- tne
seventh who; retired th Palo Palomas
mas Palomas in one, two, three order, i
Kline went all the way- for- the
Palomas and set a record by
stf iking out thirteen mu as his
slants were catching the cor

ners

2
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Reynolds cf ..; .. .. 3

Vaughn p 4
Anderson rf ........... 0,

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Rathgabe'rJ,2b

Alien' cf .... 2"
Garcia c v.......'..'... 4.
Kline n 2

Pajak- 3b.,-.-,..,.. 3 0"
Huddleston ss . 3 tft D

Browder If .-.. ... 0

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Sander lb '2
Dolan rf 3

' xO'opnded out for Browderiitf
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Blats Brewers only run came

Sunday. Feb.; 24: -Tasco Bat- across on a sinale. by Floyd and

tenes. vs 20th infantry at 4:45 two infield errors. In their half

p.m..

Totals 2U 4 1
Blatz Brewers

MacKenzle

Garipey
Hunter

Lopez .. .. .. .. .. .. 2
Martinez . .. .. .. .. 3
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Brady of -,20th-; Infantry lead " Z

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j other two runs were products of

a WUl 1 nuo, BCUUiiu-UBseiiiaii
Grates homer in left-enter.

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Mnndav freh. 25 : eoth Infan.

try vs Lou Glud" Agency.

Tuesday, rep. 26: Biarz Brew Brewers
ers Brewers vs Cervecerla Nac. Pan LI-

quiqo. ., ,,, hla team in hlttinir with a sin-i?.lfu

' weanesaay( Fen, 27?lou amdiol-Bnri rfouhl. t thve? trios l0'a
Aeency vs Tasca Batteries. Zi,?? 'i,.Jp: Selgel r. .. ..3

- f Willie F Ul uiff luavifl imu : ITftith O

Tuesday. 20th Infantry gained

a half game on the second place

position by downing tn ceiiar ceiiar-dwellers
dwellers ceiiar-dwellers Blatz Brewers 4 to 1.

Gainine his third win, all a-

gainst the Brewers, Jim Des Descant,
cant, Descant, Kobbe's easy tossing sec second
ond second ace, walked three and gave
up six singles in seven complete

Totals

24 1 6

Score By Innings

NEW YORK (UP)-About 500
Railway -., Express Agency ctem ctem-nlovees
nlovees ctem-nlovees from cities in all sections

of the country will open competi-1 20th infantry 002 010 047

tion in their 10th. anneal national j Blatz Brewers 000 010 01 6 1
bowling tournament os Saturday Umpires: Marv Metheny and
night at the Queem Bowling Cen-jMcNair Lane, Scorer: Henry

ter in Queens, N.Y,

'Clark.

' SUMMARY TWo baNe hits:
Ano-elke, Jiathgaber,, Ammirati' 1
2 Walks off Vaughn K Kline..

The Ocelots scored one In thelstrikp outx by: Vaughn 8, KHneV-

first as lead-off Engelke dou- 13. Ammirati 1. Earnea- runsci'f:
bled and came home on a pass-! Ocelots 6. palomas 2.; Umpires:? ?:
ed ball, one in the fourth when j HiWnger and sihrera. ,.:

Ammirati doubled and Dom-i

browski singled him horn;, one
In the sixth on a walk, a wild
pitch and a bobble, six in the
seventh as two fielder's choices
didn't materialize, two walks, a
miscue and a double by Ammi-
rati flllnnrAW A mimmtIa U.

i ine oceiots naa a aouoie aouoie-f
f aouoie-f play .in the first as pajak filed
'to Dombrowski In left' and a
nice throw in doubled Kline off
I first for the third out.'
I The palomas scored two In
'the first without a hit, on a
I walk, a balk,, and two errors, two
in the fifth on three walks, a
'D.T.I, an da single by Garcia.

FRANKIE lymoii
and
"THE TEENAGERS"
ARRIVING MARCH 1
VICEROY Toldo

ed hackt- o cream Schmelina in

one furious round. Then there was
the Aocky Grasiano-Tony Zale
trnlntfir

iuics uuier Biuiio ODDonenu

took the double whammy, GuiUer-jj Zale lowered tha boom oo Rocky
mo Glminei in nine and then lnjln gX in their first bout but was

The box score

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o. smith, cf ..

Washburn, If

W. McKeown,
Ravbourne, p
Nahmad, e
Wood, lb ...
Cotton. 3b .,

Hllliard, rf
Swalm, 2b

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Chase, e 4 0 9

McGlade. 2b ..... 4
A. McKeown, ss 4

21 6

Love, If

Blog. rf ;

Welch, lb
Marietta, cf ....

fa) Colagrande

T. McKeown, 3b

Trout, p

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Score By lnnlaga

second encounter. The third time 'Amer. Legion 000 000 02

it was bombs away from both cor

ners and rale wound it up io
three rounds.

eight and two heats, and Ronnie
Harper ia four and tw.-
It seems to work that way In
most eases: Once a fighter puts a
rival on the deck for keeps he
usually expects and does do bet better
ter better the second time around. You
can go a long way back and find;
proof.
Jim Jeffries, the mighty Calif California
ornia California n, flattened Bob Fitzsimmons;

In U rounds the first time they! Which Is why the oddsmakers
met. The next time be required figure Basilio win play a lullaby
only eight rounds. tune oa, the Sexto, jawbone.
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bombed out himself in tlx in the! Junior College 110 020 04

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But these were flgers ef another

stripe than the usual run of fistic

entertainers. Saxton doesn t ouite

figure in be determined elssi of

eacn as Units, Zale and Graziano.

SUMMARY Winning pitch pitcher:
er: pitcher: Rayboorne (2-l. Losing

pitcher: Trout (1-2). Struck out

by: Trout 8, Raybourna 3. Bases
on balls: Trout 4, Raybourna 8;
Wild pitches'! '. Trout J. Ray.
bourns 2. Hit by pitch: Hllliard
by Trout Balk Raybourne. Two
base hit: Nahmad. Three base
hit: Blog. Umpires: P. corrigaa
and S. Williams. Scorer; Meal

Time: 2:05. ..

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UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
Canal Zone
United States District Court For The
District of The Canal Zona
Division of BalDoa
Melba C. Wood, by Helen D. Jones
tier Guardian ad litem, Plaintift vs.
James H. Wood, Defendant
Summons Case No. 4448. Civil Docket
21 Action for Divorce.
To the above-named defendant:
You are hereby required to appear
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Crowe. Judge. United States District
Court for the District of the Canal
Zone, dated February IS, 157. and en entered
tered entered and filed in this action In the
office of the Clerk of said United Stee
Dintriet Cuirt for the rtvllon of Bal Balboa,
boa, Balboa, on Feh-M'T 1WT
r. T. McCarmlrk. Jr
rVrk
Rv M F. ttairtaon
Deputy Clerk
LEGAL NOTICE
THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
Unite States DWHrt Caart Fee The
District of The Canal Zoae
In Admiralty No. 2101 ft-lbel in Rem I
Whereas, on the eighth day of Feb February,
ruary, February, 157 Ernesto Fernandez Chamor-
ro libelant filed Rem libel in the
District Court of the United State for
the CristAbal TrMrlrt of the Canal Zone
aramst "the M V Gobetotnr her boats
ckle. apmir1 awl frwnlture. and Joa
Locenao Rorfrlewer fcer wwtt 1 m a
c"- f mntrart CWI awt M.Htlme
Aiv Wheia. H vtftiaa r HI i' J a
n S"in law. v i M. r-
'"CT. I h.v. nfrerf ta1ti th M
v rrobeledor and have bar In i
ts m. P u-
Cmn "-n. in the City of Orim.
On em Varr. "W for
trtt of aM i ut m and r own-
or iw an wto to
Kiwa. or eatn twiai -r Sim .in
K TSJ,n t eM Hgym 9ff
to f p.i
fmal derreo ehoulr1
' v SmmmM f. Knwald
U S. Maranal.
Crurf"e F Ramfm. at Van Xieim A
Ramiraa. Procta for the Libel iarrts.

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Automobiles
FOR SALE: 1952 Hillman se sedan
dan sedan in very good condition.
Owner leaving Isthmus. Call
Panama 3-4310.
FOR SALE: 1951 Cadillac,'
very good condition, low price price-Call
Call price-Call Mr. Drachenberg Phone
2-3531 Balboa Office Hours and
2-3283 at night.
FOR SALE: 1956 GM blue
finish, motor tuned, lubricated
4,400 miles. Perfect, condition
(no accidents). Cost new $2,000
priced to sell. Bast offer over,
$1,400. Call Panama 2-2374 be between
tween between 5:00 to 8:00 p.m.
FOR SALE: Nash Ambas Ambassador
sador Ambassador 1950, $475.00. Phone Cris Cristobal
tobal Cristobal 3-2815. After 5:00 p.m.
FOR SALE: New 1957 Ford
Country Sedan, station wagon
$350 discount.. 850 miles, can
finance in Zone 572-C Curundu
Heights 83-6230 evenings.
FOR SALE: '1941 Dodge pick
up in very goo! condition, Cia.
Engelton. Calls 28, 129 can be
seen 4 to 5 p.m.
FOR SALE: Willys Jeepster
convertible; all new nylon top
with side curtains, interior up upholstery,
holstery, upholstery, tires, battery, paint
job, clutch and overhaul. Very
economical 30 miles per gal gallon.
lon. gallon. Owner gone to states. Duty
paid price $575.00. Telephone
Balboa 2-1515.
FOR RENT: Ideal for a
couple or a bachelor near El
Panama Hotel, 1 bedroom a a-partment
partment a-partment unfurnished $65.00.
Call 3-3421.
LIFE INSURANCE
call
JIM RIDGE
General Agent
Gibraltar T.lfe Ins. Co.
for rates and Information
TeL Panama 2-0552
TRANSPORTES BAXTER. S. A.
Packers Shippers Movers
Phones 3 2451 2-2562
Learn Riding at
PANAMA RIDING SCHOOL
Riding 6 Jumping Classes dairy
3 to 5 p.m. Phone 2-2451
or by appointment.
Balboa Service Center
BEUTY SHOP
SPECIAL COLD WAVE
$7.50 (
Monda Thru Thursday
Balboa 1-2959
Fa b.B. personnel aad there
familial only.
TBB
NEW
canon
Model V
. With F 1.2 Lens
at
Panama N. York Colon
Paraiso Residents
Form Bridge Club
On Friday, last, a group of
bridge enthusiasts assemble 1 at
the meeting room of the Parai Paraiso
so Paraiso Civic Center and formally or organized
ganized organized into a club.
After three hours of play, a
business meeting was called and
the nomination and election of
officers war held. Cleveland E.
Stevens was elected .president
and Leroy A. cooper, aecretary aecretary-treasurer.
treasurer. aecretary-treasurer. The matter of a name
for the new club was waived
until a subsequent meeting.
The club will meet a8in to tonight
night tonight at 7 o'clock at the usual
location.
LEGAL NOTICE
THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
Ualted States District Cawrt Fee Tka
District mt Te Caatal Zone
In Admiralty No. 21 M (Libel in Rem)
Whereas, on the seventh day of Fr to torn
rn torn a nr. ItS 7 A lire! to Molina, on his own
behalf and en bahalt of 13 other crew
members Libel Ian ta filed Rem libel
In the District Court of the United
States for the Cristobal District of the
Canal Zona eeaimt the motor vessel
Cobeledor her- boats, tackle, apparel
and ftirntarre. In a causa af wages Civil
and Maritime. 1
And w Korean, try virtue of prnuss tn
due fnrsn of law. to an dtrete4. re re-himatiie
himatiie re-himatiie on the fifth dav of March
15t. I tnrve etlsad and taken the said
motor v mI Goeeledor and hav bar
In m cowtooV.
Notiea ta lieietir 1en. that a Ts Ts-trict
trict Ts-trict Caart vnU be twM tn the Utted
States Court Roam, ta the City of Cru Cru-toL
toL Cru-toL Canst Zona
On the fifth dart- of March. 1157 for
the trial af said swemiees. and tne own
er ea owners, nnd ail ueiwaia who nw
hewe or ctarrn arrv tntarest. are here-.
I id to be awd aaai T at fha nie- and
fhev bevc. wrv a final decne should
aP'"'r"fc f. taaeCaatiasI
III MaraSaL
Da Caaeroa end Itoblea. Fiixuas far
lha
tUantt

Miscellaneous

FOR SALE: Rolle.flexV A I
condition, used, $75.00 (new
249.50). International Jewelry,?
155 Central Ave. Phone) 2-1803.
FOR SALE: Kodak Medalist
Ektar 3,5, ued. $95.00 (new
375.00) International Jewelry
155 Central Ave.
FOR SALE: Used Leica III e,
f 2 lens $75,00. International
Jwelry 155 Central Ave,
FOR SALE: Water heater,
native horse end saddles 2-2126
from 3 to 4 p.m. "i:
FOR .SALE 25-60 cycle Ken Ken-more
more Ken-more electric range, two event
gless oven window, electric on on-off
off on-off timer, deep well; 40 cycle
Ironrite Ironer; misc. tables,
chairs, and shelves. Phone
Balboa 3672 between" 4:00 and
7:00.
General
ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS
DRAWER "A." DIABLO
BOX 1211. CRISTOBAL, CX
STAMP COLLECTORS: Al Album
bum Album pages and binders.
Forbes 1527-B, Almond street,
Gavilan Area, Balboa. Phone
Balboa 1781.
Zellerbach Visits
Pope Pius As
Private Citizen
VATICAN CITY. Feb. 21
(UP) pope Plus XII today re received
ceived received In private audience U.S.
Ambassador James D. Zeller Zellerbach,
bach, Zellerbach, In his private library.
Tht Ambassador, who was ac accompanied
companied accompanied by Mrs. Zellerbach,
visited the Pontiff as a private
citizen. There' are no diploma diplomatic
tic diplomatic relations existing between
the Vatican and th united
Mates. a -..r- t,
Zellerbach had .flrt met the
Pope, who will be 81 next Marcn,
in June, 1950. when the Ambas Ambassador
sador Ambassador was head of the Marshall
Plan mission for Italy.
Shortly before the audience
with zellerbach, the P6pe re received
ceived received Admiral Charles R.
Brown, commander of the U-s-Sixth
Fleet in the; Mediterran Mediterranean.
ean. Mediterranean. ;.
Bohlen Vill Brief
Siale Department On
New Red Changes
MOSCOW, Feb. 21-(UP)-
United States Ambassador
Charles Bohlen Ilew to Wasn-
Inntnn tnriflV fOT hil fifSt COn-
sultatlon with Secretary of State
John Foster Duues since iasi,
cnririor i
Bnkian airnmnanled hv his
wife, flew out of Moscow airport
in a four engmea u.b. ah rurce
DC-6
During the trip, scheduled to
laet. ahnnt ten davi. Bohlen is
expected to brjef the State De Department
partment Department on bis views of the
most recent changes In the So Soviet
viet Soviet hierarchy and the satellite
nations.
Also expected to eome up lor
discussion is his Own personal
fntnrap. nnhlen has been Ambas
sador to the Soviet Union for
four years twice as long as the
normal amoassaaoriai vcrur
It has been rumored that he
will shortlv ha replaced by Le-
wellyn Thompson present Am
bassador to Austria.
USAF Official
Flics To Taipei
TAIPEI, Formost,. Feb. .21 (UP)
Assistant U.S. Air Force Secre Secretary
tary Secretary David S. .Smith arrived here
bv air today for talks with Chinese
Nationalist and American Air
Force officials.
LEGAL NOTICE
THK UIOTTED STATES OF AMOTCA
Lai tee States District Cearrt Fee Te
Dtatrtrt at Tka Canal ZeaM
In Admiralty No. J10T Ubel In Per Personam
sonam Personam wita Clause of Foraign Attach Attach-anentl.
anentl. Attach-anentl. Wbenes, am the srventh day of Feb February.
ruary. February. lST Emm ale la Guanlla
Libellant fUe a libel tn the District
Court of th United Stataa for th Cris Cristobal
tobal Cristobal District of Ove Canal Xaoe aearnat
Joos Lorarao Rodriauea U Raspornl Raspornl-end
end Raspornl-end tn a causa of contract Ctvti and
Marrttme. . .
And vahareas,' by vtrtoe of m at las tn
floe form of law, to ma directed.- re returnable
turnable returnable an th fifth da af March.
157. I have seised and taken the M'V
Gobeledor, her boats, tackle, anparvt
and furniture and be bar so any cua cua-todv
todv cua-todv
Notk ta h-retrr ete. tt t t-triet
triet t-triet Court riU a bald in th J7nttd
States Court Boos, la th City of Crts-
hbsL. Canal Zan -'
On the fifth da f laareh. IST- tar
Ote trial of eJd orajsnlaea, and th m-
.mi U aiacas wba snav
hav ar claim an bilsiest, are hasebv
cited to be aid anoe-T at tn xnr an
rMrm afinaaatd- ta vhow eaus. rr arrv
1hy hav. rtr a Unas nu
I. Vlncail
TT !t Vai-ahal i
Da Catma and lloblaa. Ftectors tar
the UbeUant.

Real Estate

FOR SALI.- Residential kerne,
sencrata. first clisi 4 aamfart aamfart-ably
ably aamfart-ably built. Madam canvaniancas.
: Amald ajronnds, fancad. 26 ma maters
ters maters front, 40: tnctara death.
' Owner laavin. Par Informitlan
call telephone "2-3012 during
offita hours; hern ahane J J-0932.
0932. J-0932. i ,
FOR SALE: Aeartment building
"Sen Jose," Rio Abai 2192.
7th Avenue Iipefti. Inajuireume
buildina. 'Vv ;r"ijij,.A '.
SERVICES
The) bait dlnrtars and drinks
are served in bur modern air air-conditioned
conditioned air-conditioned cafeteria, Brill and
bar. Hotel fnternacianal "Pla "Plaza
za "Plaza 5 do Mays.. '
$2.50 for local TV- service calls
UNTIL; March 15 to acquaint
you with our service. SAME
DAY terviee if you call be before
fore before 7 p.m. Our work it un unconditionally
conditionally unconditionally guaranteed. Open
9 a.m. to 10 p.m. dally. Phono
2-H, U.S. Television (all sarv
ice c.o.d.).

Far-East General Is Summoned
To Expliii

WASHINGTON.. Feb. 21 f(UP)
The 'Senate Armed Services Com Committee
mittee Committee asked the Army today, to
return Brig. Gen. Kalpri W. ZwicK ZwicK-er
er ZwicK-er Jrom the Far Est for question questioning
ing questioning abciut his three-year-old feud
with Sen. Joseph R. McCarthy
(R-Wis). :
Chairman Richard B- Russell
(D-Ga) announced the commit
tee's decision-after McCarthy ap
peared before the, group In dosed
session to oooose Zwicker's: oro-
motion to the permanent .rant rot
brigadier general and the 'tempor 'tempor-dtv;
dtv; 'tempor-dtv; rank of mribt neneral' f
Russell ?" said '' the V committee
"concluded it would goy further in-J
to the matter in view of McCar
thy's charge that Zwicker per
jured himself in 1955 testimony be
fore the Senate Permanent
In
vestigating subcommittee.
McCarthy told newsmen that
Zwicker "clearly lied" ;in denying
he gave a McCarthy aide security
informatioa about Maj. Irving
Peress. a suspected, Communist
who once served in Z wicker's old
command at Camp Kilmpr, N.J.
Xfte a We, U, George- Anastos,
and a former subcommittee clerk,
T

5 Balboa High Seniors Commended
By Nat l Merit Scholarship Corp.

5 BALBOA HIGH Ins qdpd. u
Five seniors at Balboa Hign
School have been commended Dy
the National Merit Schoiarsmp
Corporation for 1 distinguished
performance In its natonwiae
search for students of unusual
ability, a,ccordlpg to principal
Theo. F. Hota. ;
Th estudentt honored vare
Halli. Glenn, Linda -Jacobs,
'Chris Hearon, James Watson
and Richard Wright.
They have also been named
funners-up In the 1957 Merit
Scholarship competition trom
the canal zone.
"The seniors honored today
are among the top one or two
per cent" in ability In the C-2."
according to'John M. Stalnaker,
president of NMSC. "While they
did not quite reach the finals of
the 1057 Merit Scholarship com competition,
petition, competition, their unusual promise
deserves recoenltlon. indeed, we
want to encourage every .one oi

them to make a special effort to Pc Th o 1 ar sWds
obtain the best college edue-' lhK "iU fMlhties -Uon
possible. Both student and i "11 IWUJllM-

country will profit" '
. As CZ. ranners-np, the lo local
cal local stedents will be nent let letters
ters letters ef re commend at is n t by
. NMSC for ase in applying" e"
LEGAL NOTICE
TUB UNITED STATES Of AMMTCA
Untied Stataa Dlatrlet Caarrt Fe Th
Dkarirt -mt Tka Canat Lmmm
In Admiralty No.. XI OS iUumI la Item)
- Whereas, an the seventh day f Feb. I
ruary. ivst uaa septtmo Decniniuec
UbeUant -filed lem libel in th District
Court of the United Stataa for the.Crs- j
tnbal Oftrtct or th Canal Zesla aeslnat
th My Obeledor her boats, tack).
anorl and fumihrre. In a f
eentreet Civil and Marithna). :
And herra. by vtrto of rm-e tn
du f-rm' f law, to dlr- tm. r.
tm nehte en th. fifth rJa nf Mrr
last. I hav -ltd and taken fha -4t
WHsytiW Cdstfdkasdjs grfjuf llatsl HtPT
In w. tvrwnr.
rlet C-ajrt nn be hl fti th Tj-d
Statue Ceurt Boor, at the City ef Crk
tb! sBf' JQnQ
. On ffh fifth da or March. "S57 Tor
fS trial ed said msi'iiaaa. and the m m-r
r m-r r !'. and al niei who
bv latra an vnaraad. as hereb
ced ta be a-vt ae-r t ebr a
'- ,a a. f a
flnel decree abauW
t TneaM
. t. Mar-b-.
OarVa Vamlia.. -n fletea A
Basntres. Fmctajra for Libatlatrit.

Home Articles

FOR A"L: 4-dining room''
ehairt, Rattan chair and. foot
, steel J) strand, Rattan coffee
'tabled four poster bod with
springs and innerspring mat mattress.
tress. mattress. House 4M-A, Washington
drive New Cristobal after 5:00
p.m.
. FOR SALE: Davenport, chairs
: sideboard, vanity and ether
househeld Items. Can. 4-483 C.
Z.
FOR SALE: Refrigerator
Nerge, S-ft $135.00 (available
March 1), fan $20. Both 25
cyclo. Binders and Album
' pages for stamp collectors. : 15-27-B,
Almond street, Gavilan
Area, Balboa. Phone Balboa
1711. 1
Boats & Motors
FOR SALE ll-ft. sloop: Best
often Robert Harris, Albrook
216f5. Must sell.
FOR SALE: 14 ft. Out Out-beard
beard Out-beard runabout boat, complet complet-Iy;
Iy; complet-Iy; fiberglassed, fully; equiped.
Ready for inspection.' Call Sgt.
Brwck ti-2155.
Mrs ; : Mary Morrill, swore that
Zwicker did eivr him the data..
Rusttell noted that Zwicker's tes
timony was referred to the Jus
. : . TA '4. : 1 nrr r J U-I.

the; ease., was closed a -year later,.! fmm t.h.AtY,np hcaVoin,

without action.
Russell said ZWicker is now
serving in Korea as assistant chief
of statt for Army forces in the
Far ..East.-;. ; ; j-W.; ;'
Zwicker's". forthcoming appear appearance
ance appearance before the Armed Services
Committee -isill be his third since
he first clashed with McCarthy j.a
Februaryi 1954,! during McCarthy's
mvestfgalion f Peress. i ?
It was McCarthy's statement
that Zwicker is '.'not fit-to swear
that uniform'1 that touched off the
sensational. 72 days? of a televised
l hearings on Jthe Afmy-McCarthy
cnarges' ana coumer-cnarges.
The Permanent t Investigating
subcommittee reopened the Per Peress
ess Peress ease in 1955 under Democrat
ic leadership. It. was. during this
inquiry -that, McCartny; charges,
Zwicker committed perjury. i
The' subcommittee at the end of
its ; investigation denounced the
Army' for bungling the Peress
case and hidina the facts.
the .colleges' they wish to at attend..
tend.. attend.. 'The National Merit Sctiolar Sctiolar-ship
ship Sctiolar-ship competition provides the
largest system of privately fi financed
nanced financed scholarships offered in
the United -States. High schools
may enter their most outstand outstanding
ing outstanding students in the annual com
petition. The first hurdle the
students face is the "Scholarship
Qualifying Test," a high level
measurement of potential abili ability
ty ability to benefit from a college ed
ucation.
This year, over 162.000 out
standing seniors from 1200
nign scnoois entered, with 750
four-year college scholarships
worth an estimated $3.79 million
at stake,
NMSC was established in 1955
through grants oi $20.5 million
from the Ford Foundation and
the Carnegie Corporation of
New York, over forty business
v!38w-716M

WANTED: Small shortwave
' communication receiver. Aparta.
do 4356, Estefeta Juste Arose-
mens.

WANTED: Used 30-04. Leave
Phone No. with manager j' at
Cristobal Yacht Club. 1 K
Wanted To Rent
WANTED: r Rent or buy spe specious
cious specious house, suitable for embas'
y, unfurnished, 5, or mors bed bedrooms,
rooms, bedrooms, J good residential area.
Call 3-3424 (9 a.m.12 noon;
3-5 p.m.),
LOST: Whoover finds e walet
with important paper return
it to Gilbert Bodilo. P. O. Box
1033, Colon. Reward. 1
CZ Gem, Mineral
I Sociely Meels
' T' in n
iomorroif mgm
The Canal Zone Gem and Min Mineral
eral Mineral society win meet, tomoiow
mgnt, at ?:30. Mrs. Patsy Kyan,
president,, has returned from a
btates vacation and It is expect
ed that she and her husband
will give an account of tneir.
trip, and contacts made with
otner rocKhounds.
Reports will be given of the
two iield trips held this r past
month, and some specimens of
the bunts are to be orought to
the meeting for discussion.
At the last meetlhg O. K. Wor Wor-ley
ley Wor-ley gave an Interesting talk on
tumbling stones. Most of these
tumbled stones were found on
field trips made ; locally and
were evidence of what material
tfarv ha fnnnW-Horo nn tViA TetVi
"
elry.from these stones has gain gained
ed gained widespread popularity in the
United States, as they lend
themselves to various interest
ing combinations with no two
arrangements Alike.
Danny ;Rudge and Rob Stew Stewart
art Stewart have been t showing speci specimens
mens specimens of rhodonite which i they
located In itheBoqueron River
a,rea. They have generously glv glv-ehftmples"
ehftmples" glv-ehftmples" to other' club mem members,
bers, members, and It Is hoped that more
will be available as time goes
on. The swap table could stand
a shot in the arm and this may
be it.
The group meets on the
fourth Friday of every month
in building 57 in the Balboa pier
aryea.
VRV Committee
Vfclfc GhrffH?
t w, VWI
Cheers Patients
The VFW MOC, Pup Tent No
2. under the hospital chairman
ship of George W. Alexander
made a visit to Goreas Hospital
last Sunday, with the coopera cooperation
tion cooperation of the Red Cross. (
Members of the visltin com com-mlttCfi
mlttCfi com-mlttCfi were: James Wimpee, D.
G. O'Neil, Joe Oallawny D. H.
Searle. M. Mkulak. c. H. Les
ter. S. L.'Blankenship, J. M. Ra Ra-dulskl,
dulskl, Ra-dulskl, Whit Monroe and Bill
Monroe.
Clearettes. chewlnsr ')r and
maeazlnes were distrlb"ted.
Monroe entertained the patlefit3
with his mandolin.
ERANKIE
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? couple without children., iMust
.; sleep in employment. References
.' required. Good salary. No. 49
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MAID WANTED: General
i housework liva in. Car. m.n
children. References required.
Apply in persott 10-11, 1-2 0202- i
B Harriett Rd. Ancon,
.WANTED: 'American family
wants English speaking maid.
Telephone .-3-7361. Panama.j-
Dr. Carl Koford To
Speak Wednesday
For History Group
The 261st -meeting of the Pan Panama
ama Panama Canal Natural History So Society
ciety Society will he held at, t.h
Memorial Laboratory in Pana
ma, ony, ai u;uu p.m., weanes weanes-day,
day, weanes-day, Feb. 27.
s The speaker of the evening
will be Dr. carl B. Koford who
will speak- on the subject "white
faces, black 'tails, andiblue gra
ma." ....
Dr. Koford who spoke to the
Society last September, i3 resi resident
dent resident naturalist of Barro Colora Colorado
do Colorado Island, succeeding James Ze Ze-tekwho
tekwho Ze-tekwho retired ast June. Dr.
Koford attenderl t,h TTntvprslrn-
of California, Berkeley, where
he received his B.S. (Forestry)
and Ph.D. (Zoolog).
He Is best known for his mon
ograph on the California Con-
aor, a publication based on
three years of field worK. Later
he lived for two vfears In Peru
and Chile while making studies
of vicuna, tinamous. and- other
animals. More recently he com
pleted a year of worn on tne re-
latjons of prairie 'dogs to graz-
mg on tne Great Plains. ,
It is about his studies of the
prairie dogs that Dr. Koford will
speak. The lecture will be Illus
trated with 35 mm Koaacnrome
slides." v j-. :
' Members may brong guests. (
Red's Jap Envoy
Givc$ Credentials
To Jap Emperor ;
'TOKYO: Feb21 TUP) Russia'
first postwar ambassador to Ja Japan,
pan, Japan, Ivan F: Tevosyan, presented
his credentials, to Emperor Hiro Hiro-hito
hito Hiro-hito today in -a eeremony at the
Imperial Palace.
FRAIIKIE LYMOtI
' .. and
"THE TEENAGERS"
''
, ARRIVING MARCH 1
VICEROY Toldo
EXCHANGE
HWSEHOI
SELLS
Double beds with
spring and mattress I49.M
Metal chests of "v
drawers . . .
, Wardrobes ...... t 15.0.
Dinette Sets .1 9.0
a) Metal Sideboards ... 15.01
a Metal beds (39) with
Springs .V li.5J
Cribs with new
"mattresses .......... 39.00
Center Tables 15.00
Linoleums 9f
Chairs Z.5I
' National Ave. Na. 41
Phone 3-4911 or 3-7348
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, COLUMBIA, S.C., Feb. 1 (UP)
r-XiPUii (Satchmo) Armstrong, un unruffled
ruffled unruffled by a dynamite blast-
apparently race-Inspired during
. a iazz concert at Knoxville, lenn.,
said today "I'm gonna blow where
1 want to blow. ; my horn don't
dig tliosa race troubles.
.The noted Negro trumpet play play-irl
irl play-irl ''tuckered' out" by a long bus
fiat from Knoxville, relaxed for a
few hours before launching an another
other another concert tonight with his
Small racially-mixed combo here.
' "Man, I had no idea that thing
f Bused so much static," the vet veteran
eran veteran entertainer grinned.
'The "thing" was the explosion
last night of two or three sticks ol
dynamite outside a Knoxville aud auditorium
itorium auditorium which tore a hole five feet;
deep and showered mud over cars
parked nearDy.
i N Ona Hurt
" No one was hurt and Armstrong
SMd only "six or eight folks" of
1 the packed, segregated audience
of 1,000 white and 1,000 Negno jazz
enthusiasts plus police officers
'Jwent running" to see what nap-
PArnistrong said his instrumental
group of four negroes and a white
bass player continued "Back O
Tn.un R lies" WltHOUt SKlDUlIlg
fct and cravel-voiced Louis, him
se!f, paused only long enough to
ion the crowd, "that sounded like
a ilrunic f a 1 1 i n g out of the bal bal-corty."
corty." bal-corty." physician Accused
fl Dafionf Murder
VI lUIIVIII
Gains Court Delay
, LONDONN, Feb. 21 (UP) -Dr.
'ti Bodkin Adams-, 58, accused
of the murder of a wealthy worn-k-
patient, today won a postpone-i--;nt
of his trial until after March
fiie trial of the physician origin origin-a"ly
a"ly origin-a"ly was scheduled to take place
during the current session of Old
Bailey Court.
Adams appeared m court for
tl-3 two-minute hearing at which
his defense attorney won the de-
JVhe attorney, Edward Clark
Vd that in view of .the publicity
tbe case had received, "both the
and the defense think
ft undesirable that I should go into
any details as to wny tms u u-journment
journment u-journment is being asked.'
The court agreed to postpone
the trial until its next session be beginning
ginning beginning March 12.
Adams is accused of murdering
Mr. Edith Alice Morrell, 81, with
n overdose of drugs.
The prosecution charged thai
Adams benefitted financially t-om
her will and those of two other
persons it'alleged the doctor mur murdered
dered murdered while they were under his
care Adams was charged only in
the Morrell case
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Ignores Knoxville Dynamite Blast Blast-Horn
Horn Blast-Horn Doesn't Dig' Race Troubles

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fie pooh-poohed any idea that
he might cut short his southern
tour as Negro singer Nat (King)
Cole did when assaulted in Birm Birmingham,
ingham, Birmingham, Ala., a year ago by white
foes of- integration.
"I don't know about King Cole
but I'm a New Orleans boy my myself
self myself and I've never had any
trouble in the South," Armstrong
said. "I'm gonna blow anywhere
I want to blow. The horn don't dig
those racial troubles."
The stubby jazz artist then said
he needed a few hours sleep so

Powell To Press Anti-Segregation
Bill Despite Solons' Warnings

WASHINGTON, Feb. 21 (UP) (UP)-Rep.
Rep. (UP)-Rep. Adam Clayton Powell served
notice today that he will press his
anti segregation amendment to
President Eisenhower's school aid
bill despite warnings that U would
kill the measure.
The New York Democrat, one of
three Negro members of Congress,
appeared before a House Educa
tion subcommittee to urge adop adoption
tion adoption of the amendment, which
helped scuttle school legislation
last year.
The subcommittee also heard a
U, S. Chamber of Commerce
spokesman oppose any federal aid
for school construction. Thomas A.
Ballantine of Louisville, Ky.,
chairman of the chamber's Com
Parents' Meeting
At Balboa H. 5.
Set For Feb. 26
A meeting for parents of eighth
grade students ill St. Mark's Mis Mission
sion Mission School and Balboa jr. Hitfh
School will be held Tuesday, Feb.
2b in i he library of Balboa High
School.
Parents of all students who will
enter either tenth grade next
September are also being called
to attend the meting.
The same type of meeting for
parents of tenth and eleventh
grade students who will emer as
juniors or seniors has been set for
Monday, March 4 at 7:30 p.m.
The purpose of these two meet meetings
ings meetings is to acquaint the parents with
the administrative staff and to
give pertinent informaon regard regarding
ing regarding the courses that are offered.
During the meeting many topirs
of interest will be discussed, such
as the subjects available to in

coming freshmen, the number 'fj would base federal aid on the
subject that can be taken, the numbers of school children in a
extra-curricular program of Hal-1 state without regard to its finan finan-boa
boa finan-boa High School, and the require-1 cial resources.

mems lor graduation and cn
trance into college.
The following members of
the
staff will be present
t t0 answer
quesiions, Theo. F. Hotz, princi-
pal, H. J. Zierten, assistant princi principal
pal principal and counselor, and Miss Ma
rie Weir, girls' advisor.
Parents are asked to mark the
dates for the meetings which they
should attend. Feb. 26 is fo- par parents
ents parents of eighth and ninth grade stu students
dents students March 4 is for pawnls of
tenth and eleventh grade students.
Hubba Hubba
DENVER, Feb. 21 (UP) Po Police
lice Police arrested six high school stu students
dents students yesterday, seized their
'stock of 117 stolen automobile

hub caps and put the "Midnight local function to one increasingly
Auto Supply Company" out of directed by the federal govern govern-business.
business. govern-business. ment."

George Bernard Shaw's 'Alphabet' Bequest

LONDON. Feb. 21 (UP) A Brit-1
ish judge today ruled George Ber-
nara Maws "aipnaoet" bequest
wvaua ana saia ue insn piar-.
wright "failed almost for the first
time in his life" to make up his
niiod whai he wanted.
Shaw left an estate of two mil-
lion dollars when he died seven
ycr ago ai me age H.nu win
siaiea uai income rrom. ue e
tate be used to finance research i
to set up a 40 letter alphabet toj

save the Engllsh-sppeaking worldlpected as much, hence his jibe in1

counuess time ana money. mis will about failure' by judicial "enormous death duties.7 mere
The will said if the alphabet decision. I answer that it is not 1 ordinarily woold have been little
scheme proved Impractical, the the fault of the law but of the tes-money to argue about However,
money should revert to the British tator who failed almost for the rich royalties from the hit Broad Broad-Museum
Museum Broad-Museum and similar institution!. first time in his life either to frasolwav musical "My Fair Lady",

High Court Jedge Charles Har-ithe

jm" today ruled the bequest

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Play At Colltga Dane
Armstrone's tour also includes
appearances at a University of
Georgia inter-fraternity council
dance at Athens, Ga., Saturday
night and afternoon ana evening
cocerts in Atlanta Sunday.
It was thhe first dynamiting in
dent of its kind in Knoxville, lare
est city in East Tennessee, but
mittee on Education,
disputed
conten-
President bisennowe s
tion that there is a critical short shortage
age shortage of classrooms.
The subcommittee is consider considering
ing considering Mr. Eisenhower's 1.3 billon
dollar four-year school construc construction
tion construction program along with a Demo Democratic
cratic Democratic 3.6 billion dollar six-year
substitute and other proposals.
Wants Guarantee
Powell said he would press for
his amendn nt on the House floor
if the subcommittee refused to add
it to the bill. He said he would
oppose any school legislation "cn "cn-less
less "cn-less there is some guarantee that
federal funds will not be used to
perpetuate segregation."
The amendment would .deny
funds to states, with school dis districts
tricts districts which defy the Supreme
Court School integration order
Six : of the seven subcommittee
members have formally declared
themselves against the amend amendment.
ment. amendment. Rep. Harry G. Haskell (R-NJ)
told Powell "You are eliminating
the possibility of gettng school
constructon ths year.
Rep. Peter Frelinahuvsen (R-
NJ) said "there is a very good
chance that there will not be any
legislation this year if your a a-mendment
mendment a-mendment is adopted."
Work For Program
But Powell denied his amend amendment
ment amendment would kill the bill. He said a
bill would pass if advocates o
federal school aid would spend jts
much time working for the pro program
gram program as they did against his
amendment.
Powell also described as "pure
Marxianism" Mr. Eisenhower's
plan to distribute federal aid to
the states according to need rath rather
er rather than on the basis of popularity.
"To each according to his
need," Powell said, quoting f,
Karl Marx, tjie economist-philoso-:
pher of communism.
the Democratic substitute will
Killed Last Year
This formula was approved by
j the subcommittee last year. The
'c
"owcv. s on me
floor by southerners who objected
to the Powell amendmentand Re Republicans
publicans Republicans who objected to the
financing feature.
Administration witnesses have
testified that the nation urgently
needs 169,000 new classrooms. But
the Chamber of Commerce in insisted
sisted insisted that the alministration's
own studies disprove any such
shortage.
"No critical national shortage in
classrooms has been or can be
demonstrated to exist," Ballantine i
toM the subcommittee.
He said federal aid "would lead
inevitably to the transformation, of j
public education from
a state and
valid. Ha a a I 4 h alnhah
Kbeme was hot charitable and
was somewhat political in nature,
Involve Change In Law
"U seems to me that the obierts
of these alphabet trusts are an-
algous to trusts for political pur
poses. TBey would, i uins. involve
a change la to law of the land,
the judge- declared.
"It seems that the author sui
legal problem or to make up.
ia-.his mind what he wanted."

nVB CKNTt

, segregationist John Ka3per, who
1 was1 found guilty of rontempt ot
federal court in connection with
racial riots aocompanying integra integration;
tion; integration; of nearby Clinton, Tenn., high
school, hag been waging a strong
campaign against city officials fcV
permitting alleged "mongrellza "mongrellza-tion"
tion" "mongrellza-tion" in recreational activities.,
Kasper's newspjpe r, the
Clinton-Knox County Stars and
Bars, has demanded the resigna
tion of Knoxville Mayor Jack
Dance and at least one council
man.
Park patrolman Ulyea Mynatt
said after the blast that "I hate
to say it but I guess it probably
was that wnite citizens council
campaign."
There have been eight dynamit-
ings in Clinton, 20 miles away,
and the latest and most destruc destructive
tive destructive resulted in slight injuries to
three Negroes.
None of the dynaviters, eeitner
here or
caught.
'at Clinton, have been
Langer Serious
-WASHINGTON, Feb. 21 (UP)-
Sen. William Langer' (R-ND) con continued
tinued continued in serious condition today
with pleurisy and pneumonia.
His office said the senator's con condition
dition condition has remained unchanged
for the past three or four days.
Langer entered the Navy Med Medical
ical Medical Center at Bethesda, Md., ear
ly last week. His condition men
wu riescrinea as
descrmea as cnucai. xic
experienced some improvement i
ffr but is still on the "serious"
list, his office said.
Sweet Teeth
FRANKFURT. Germany, Feb. ;
21 (UP) School-children in tne
West German sta,te of Hesse will
get free candy for the good of
their teeth, it was announced to today,
day, today, i ;
State authorities said they would
provide fluoride impregnated can candies
dies candies for approximately 45,000 chil children
dren children between 6 and 10 years of
age in a move to combat tooth
decay.

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MAJ GEN THOMAS L. HAP. HOLD, left, comma! n.ril. USAfcCARII. ni Dtnity C6, lrifadi.i Gm Gm-rai
rai Gm-rai Lyi t. ..l-l Tk. tw niit-tar-el BrawiiiM, members Tro 17.

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toltcr, Fprt Am4orm j ..
u.rma lh will was "an
unfortunate mixture" of legal s
phrasing and. Shaw's own style ot i
wrttine. a mimiK 01 wcompai
ibles
The decision ended more than a
mooth of litigation over Shaw's
alphabet bequest, which was chal-
itenged by the uruisn atuseum.
RayaHies A4d4 Te I Stat
The judge said bee ah se of
based on Shaw's play "PygmaU-j

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Ex-Marine General Says More training
Essential For National Guard Recruits

WASHINGTON, Feb. 21 (UP)
A reserve officer spokesman saw
tnriav. that National Guardsmen
run the risk of being "considered
draft dodgers" unless young
Guard recruits receive more
training;
The statement was maae w a
House Armed Services subcom
mittee by Melvin Maas," a iormer
Minnesota congressman ana Ma
rine i maior general ( wno saiu ue
spoke for several reserve officer
organizations.
His testimony was similar to the
arpiiir.ent advanced by Defense
Secretary Charles E. Wilson,, who
charged recently that the. Guard
was used as a "draft-dodging
business" during the Korean War.
Wilson's remark was denounced
by Guard leaders as a "lie" and
President Eisenhower called it
very Uuwc c ",
caUed by the subcommittee later
He will be re
for further explanation.
i Army Plan Endorsed
a'i V'c j'?s-''-'?i-',,.'i1--'Vv"5 :
VWaas endorsed Uhe Army' plan
to- require all Guard recruits to
undergo six months of active-duty
training. They now are required to
attend only weekly drills and two two-week
week two-week ; summer encampments.
The Guard has agreed to the
six month plan for recruits over
18 but wants to require -only 11
weeks' active duty for those of pre-
draft age., ' .,. '' "'.
Maas, who went bund after
leaving Congres said.some Guard
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Ruled Invalid
tate.1 "thus bringing the interne
tation of the will inl,o the realm of
practical pouues. i
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"Pygmalion' deals with
-.uai onawa 'on,r' 't
aimavl ail tttiswf V vt fflbh ft t aMs
how a professor of phonetics
teaches a cockney flower girl to
speak properly. i. -r
It is indeed a curious reflection
that this same work4agged with

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versictes, which I suppose Shaw an African elephant sells for a-; in two or three years jet eommer eommer-would
would eommer-would haVe detested, and triced bout $3,700 and lions are dirt cheap cial airliners will be carrying pas pas-out.
out. pas-out. with music, which he would at $250. - Isensers at a speed of 550 miles per

have eschewed is now charming!
audiences on the other side of the
Atlantic and has gives birth to the
present proceedings,", the judge
said. -, '.

TAX MA

(WE SHOVLti
officers have told him "too many"
men are enlisted in the Guard
to "avoid the draft and escape
training." :
Has- Hurt Recruiting
- He said some recruiters are
igniiig up men by telling them
they can meet their military obli
gations without leaving home if
they join the Guard. He said this
"unfair situation" has hurt re recruiting
cruiting recruiting for other; reserve forces.
Subcommittee Chairman Overton
T3Alrn Tl. X V -onlrl hik ,U7Q OftlL.
and other reservists should have
civ h.nntha train ntf.'He has' sue-

gested that the Army plan, sched. ""urnc or Tl-y-c?i! ra -T-:.
i-;i'i K Ki The taxpayer deducting the m

"' "X't"1 ZZZc r
cruns. -; ..;-?vv,j'
'We are reaching ; the point
where. we can say six months
training is. going to be necessary,
but at the same time I UU feel
the Guard must not be hurt,"
Brooks ; said.!:-"It might be that a
period of time is needed for the
Maa railed the training clan
''highly essential" ;and ..said
fuardsmeri "fall into the danger of
eing, considered draft dodgers or
ai 1CBSI 11 uuiaiucu iu
unless it is adopted.
"It is a cruel hoax on the
country to tell them that we have
2.9 million ready reservists. 4f
anv arae segment of that re
serve! is not reaay. ne aaia.
mt tlkm S.et.rv. Ou.mr
(U.l Army Photo)
Stroheim Knighted
PARIS, Feb. 21 (UP) Actor-
viivtvi avsivu tvsx muviiui a,waBay
M..4 vNiei4 t tk. r a.v4n

wets uiuicu a nui&uk vs sum avtfwu, .
of Honor by France. H 1938 rsUroad
The "heavy" of hundreds of;re bve risen 50 per cent and
1k!m. r.,rrm. film. ,.. bus fares 27 per cent but airline

been bedridden for five months m
ipi aUmenU
a Pita ww m
Hoof Beats
DETROIT, Feb. a (UP) The
Bolnf rate for a plumn. vaunt hio-
po pot am us is about $10 a pound,
These are some of the buys too

officials from across the nation
made today at tbe winter mer
of the American Assn. of ZoolPgi-.New

cal Parks and Aquarium.

D Ei EASY

LIVE SO LONG )
By RICHARD A. MULLENS
' COMING up in this and the
next article of the Primer is help
over the fourth step to a correct
tax return claiming your deduc deductions,
tions, deductions,
This is an Important step to all
taxpayers, for each person, re regardless
gardless regardless of the amount of Us : in income,
come, income, must decide whether he
will itemize deductions on his re return
turn return or claim the so-called stand standard
ard standard deduction,; which amounts to
about 10 per cent of income un under
der under $10,000.
The idea is to choose whichever
pf these two amounts gives the
larger deduction. Most taxpayers
find that the standard deduction
gives the larger amount, but be
fere yew can wisely decide which
amount is better for you, figure
eut v which : deductions : you 1 can
claim.
Here ,they. are: X
You can claim as a' deduction
contributions to recognized, non nonprofit
profit nonprofit .religious, charitable, edu educational
cational educational and scientific organiza organizations;
tions; organizations; those to societies for the
prevention of cruelty to children
or animals, and those to govern governmental
mental governmental organizations s for exclu exclusively
sively exclusively public purposes.
'You cannot deduct dues paid to
social organizations "even though
they have .charitable or welfare
subsidiaries to which gifts are
deductible. You cannot deduct
gifts to individuals no matter how
deserving they may be Contribu Contributions
tions Contributions to political parties or to a a-ny
ny a-ny organization which uses the
money to influence legislation are.
not deductible.
There is. a limitation, of 20 per
cent of your adjusted gross in income
come income on the amount that can be
deducted, except that an addi additional
tional additional 10 per cent (or 30 per cent
in all) Is allowed if paid to exempt
religious organizations, schools or
hospitals.
Any contribution claimed must
have -been actually paid in cash
or property, in 1956. A pledge to
pay money in some luture year
Is not deuuctiDie in lwo.
All interest paid on loans can
be itemized on page 2, Form 1040
except interest paid on loans in
curred to buy; wholly tax-exempt
ymmuiu ic
terest must be legally; obligated
to pay the interest.
.Those of you who are p'urchat.
ing a heme' by monthly payments
arr undoubtedly paying a con
siderable amount of interest each
month. In many :. instances; the
Interest payment will ho se large
that It will pay you' to itemize
all your 1 deduction j- rathor than
take the standard one.
- When a loan is repaid in month
ly amounts, a certain amount of
each payment is usually for ..in
terest while the rest is either, ap
plied on tbe principal or for in insurance,
surance, insurance, service charges and the
like. If you don't know how
much of your monthly payment
is for interest, ask the' bank or
person to whom you make the
payments for a statement show showing
ing showing the interest payments you
made in 1956
Interest charges on installment
purchases can now be' deducted,
even though not separately stated,
as long as there is at least a car
rying charge "separately r stated.
If carrying charges on an install installment
ment installment purchase are separately
stated, but the amount of inter interest
est interest included therein is not sepa separately
rately separately stated, then the carrying
charges will be considered to in
clude not more than a six per
cent interest charge based on the
average unpaid balance under
me contract auring me year, oun
not .in excess of the carrying)
cnarges wui oe consiaerea 10 in include
clude include not more than a six per
cent interest charge based on the!
average unpaid balance under i
the contract during the year, but'
not in excess of the carrying,
charge attributable to that year.
Many of the taxes you paid 'in1
1954 can bo deducted en Page 2
of Form 1040 if you' choose to
itemixo yoUr deductions. To be
deductible, the tax must be Inv
posed on you and paid by you.
That mean you cannot deduct.
US Airlines Seek l,
To Hike Fares ;
On Domestic Routes
WASHINGTON. Feb. (UP)
The nation's domestic airlines re
vealed today they may seek mod moderate
erate moderate increases in passenger fares
because of "constantly increasing
costs" of operation. v v
Stuart G. Tipton, president of
the Air Transport Association and
the spokesman for scheduled air airlines,
lines, airlines, made the disclosure in a
speech at the National Press Club, i
He said the airlines cannot con
tinue to "swallow", constantly ris-l
.
in2 oDeritific cdDenses
va'J wu i1""
. A
in new iotk, nnowauc, iiu-
world Airlines announced it will
ask the Civil Aeronautics Board
for a six per cent increase la pas passenger
senger passenger fares, effective April 1.
Tb CAB pi ins to investigate
airline Sates start ins
May
Tiptoa told the press club that
hour. By 1959-60, be said, flights,
between the East and west coasts
will take five hours and between
York aid London seven
'hour.

(No 9 )

" STANDARD IjbW t
, loEDUCTiONSrj.; V IT' 1
LpERSON At 1 (rf

taxes you pay on your mother's
property." ,
Page 9 of the official instruc instructions
tions instructions gives a list of taxes which
you' can and cannot deduct, the ;
most important of which are
state income t a x e s, property
taxes, and'local gasoline and re retail
tail retail sales taxes. .;; .v v-
Most 1 taxpayers do not. have
receipts, or do not keep a record
of small payments for' deductions
like gasoline tax and sales tax.
The Internal Revenue Service
may allow an estimated 'deduc 'deduction
tion 'deduction provided it is reasonable.
The gasoline tax can beestl-
mated by dividing the total num number
ber number of miles driven in 1956 by thav ;
average number s of miles your
car Derates on a gallon of gas. ,;

Then multiply this by the- ptatg
and any local tax per gallon. Do
not includo the' Federal gasoline
tax. It is not deductible, r ; ; ?:
The following plan will giva
you a reasonablee stimate of the
sales tax, There is generally no
sales tax on rent, insurance or
savings. First,, add upt what you
spent or, set aside for items onr
which there ,1s no sales tax; and
subtract' it from. your total ex-

penses. i
To this 'remainder, add any-
thing-you bought out of savings,
or installments that would be sub subject
ject subject to sales tsx. Multiply the
sum of these by your' sales tax
rate. This will give you the. a- .,
mount to deduct as -sales tax. If
you live in a locality where food
is subject to sales tax, add what
you spent on. food to the amount
subject to tax. t

Next: Medical
child care.
expenses and
Little League
Girls 11, Boys 5
- Eleven girls and five boys were
born at Gorgas Hospital during
the week ending at midnight Mon Mon-day,
day, Mon-day, according to the regular hos hospital
pital hospital report. During the same pe period
riod period 177 patients were admitted
and 172 were discharged. .'
Tha names and addresses of the
parents of the girt babies follow:
and Mrs.'L. H. DeArmas, of
Diablo Heights;- S-Sgt. and ; Mrs.
R. B. Crayton,' of f earn auguei;
Mr. and Mrs. W. A. t-ameron, m,
Gamboa; S-Sgt. and- Mrs.; K. E.
Phillips, of Locona; Mr nd Misj
M. Graham, of cniuore; mr. uu
Mrs. H. H, Tabert,. of Gamboa;
Pfc. and Mrs. L. Camacho, pf Cho
rrera; Mr. ana Mrs. v. r,
of Corozal; S-Sgt. and Mrs. Ma-
nuel Reyes, of Pedro Miguel; Mr.
and Mrs. P. V. o uonneu, ot ai-
boa; and Lt. and Mrs. M. w.
Bones, of f ori iuDoe. ;
Boys were born to the follow following:
ing: following: Mr., and Mrs. V. G. Smith, of
Panama City; Mr. and Mrs. B.
Blumberg, of Panama City; s-SSC
and Mrs. J. K. Pitstick. of Rod
man; Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Med-
incer. bf Los Rios; and Lt. and
n in-m, f Snmmitt
M- -.V ?X.eI,,l.'r,m,f,tl-.
FRAIIKIE LYM01I
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and .'r
"THE TEENAGERS':
ARRIVING MARCH 1,
VICEROY Toldo
TODAY! .75- 40
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Undtrtttnding
Womtat ;
FROM THE SJA6E MfTI
strrin it
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