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NEW YORK. Feb. 22
.strike of 45,060 East coast
union leaders said dock workers would return .to worK
x 'i ," v I f A f v"t i
.tom6rrow itJ i A .i
Th strike, "which-had. been "officially"; called' off
Wednesday only t-resume, yesterday, tndad.a second time
when Norfolk shippers and the Norfolk focal-of the lnter
' haVonalicnjEsheremen's Association (nd.) reaohed, gr-
ment early today on" a 'new contracts' ,'
',''"'. : .
r LONDON, -Feb. 22 (UP). -Queen
Elizabeth proclaimed last
night that her husband hence hence-lorth
lorth hence-lorth will be l known as Prince
PhiUp. Duke Qt Edinburgh, thus
givinS him .the rank and titular
Kingdom'ind northern Ire-i
! Philip "was .Prince of the
Greek royal house-before his
to fillzaDeuu. ".r
?i O i -ve let
: 4rt- ,v rritons faithfully
caL i-a nSflri1.Rl",
'formal move made ofliciei..f
. The Oneen., proelamatloa
. .till left Philip below t
rk sccorded the husband of
nwtainV l"t reirnlnr 0ee.
Victoria. Hee h"lwe Abert
: w Mlared Trince : tort
tr.? itbt -Wrhea rankjhort
of the crown Itself n protocol.
Theviniccesslon to the throne
f, M no way .ered bv PhiKn-
-., Th onenn's c enn;
owva, itlll ranks next to-Eii
rrV'th k. .H1- -f C 41 "a ;
n Charle. nWylnsr hookey
fi-rtn Fchnol. who pve W P P-ypts
ypts P-ypts -r bouncv'weVomft hmn
tpri thfV tTivd in London by
Bi front O'Td. Jorii'H".; f
not'ein PhHlo afnPB la?t
Oohe. Vwnen,,he; rtefl r a
rpw-tbwnrW ROOf'rni trio.-V
Tb toVic'n rtnre we
tH ouMn'a. flwb offir'aT art, of
t-ti folin""!" hr retnrn rom
p irjsit to Portl nrlT vMi-
was reunite with THi'ce
B"--r fo"r-mnth sewtlon;
t 'was 'thli ln wl e,,,
.M" .niwr"1" set off talk
a- J 'tus. ; ; ''.-vf..
, Te Oneenf 4 'n" 'n"-v
v 'n"-v bwTr. left He oit
OBt their loTf nrl" the 1
'i hwnlnMl k t "sed h-
; ret"ni from Port"!
I M PrHr rharlec and flveH
-' The rn.ve'j sati h heen
suhiect British rtrem
tmmnt even before his Jut-
'tided 'tniration 1 from the
C-een. Thia was centered on
en nt rent oversight 'n t the
r""titntonal nnwnvork c
2 Former Xcnvids
'ceiiied Of Thell
Face Higher Ccurf
Petit larceny after previous con-
ff.rtion of penitentiary offense
was the charge against two men
brought before the Balboa Magi Magistrate
strate Magistrate yesterday for theft of a red
frarden hose valued at 8735. The
enme is a felony.
sou- Panamanians. Martane
Dit 26, and Bartenio Navarro, 2e;!
aived preliminary hearing .SBd.Ihe longer training period would
were bound over for trial in VS.
Bail of $50 was fixed for each
msn. it has not been posted.
. rau mw VCITHMV mi
Tha ... r -i k
stolen the garden hoae, .tdgether
, with- a sasll Jycgtb jiMSIack bote
j and a fortiliiefTTtaehment. from
umier vuaners la Bainoa.
The bose belonged to Mark Z.
This u the sronf esse of. theft
j iZ. k;. .i. J. IT V.
7- "VBm 7 p" ,rw
from uiwler Parifie.side qoarters.
: is other theft was ia Abcob.
(UP) - ; An off-again on-ifa
longshoremen ended today anth
The, Norfolk cettlement was ar arrived
rived arrived at several hours after an ac accord
cord accord had been ; reached at Balti Baltimore
more Baltimore the next-to-the4ast' port to
fall in line, t-
A policy i committee of union
vice-presidents meets today to rule
on a back-to-work order, although
ratification voting on new contracts
still has. not .been completed,
Only .the Baltimore and: Norfok
disputes, both over local issues,
had stood in the way of a return
to work movement yesterday of
dock wallopers in other ports from
Portland, Me., to Norfolk. ILA
President William Bradley had or ordered
dered ordered stevedores in parts other
than Baltimore and Norfolk to re return
turn return to their jobs yesterday, but
the ; rank-end-Me,: on the recom recommendations
mendations recommendations of local leaders,- pledg-
H Id lnntinn urnrlr Btiinna 0 iin-
Baltimore and Norfolk. u
VMCtr In Zone :,
Gel Jail Senlences
a- .. .--. ."- ..v ...
Three Panama students. were
jailed yesterday: for ?terms of ;10,
15 arid 30 days for tampering with
a motor vehicle at Far Fan Beach
on the West Bank of the Canal, in
the-zene';,.-V-?. 1 :?;.- i:s.
One of the three pulled a knife
when they were observed in the
commission of the crime. early-thil
The eom plaining witness and
owner of the vehicle j was' Manuel
'Jaime Javier Castro, 16, Pana
manian, was arrested on Wednes Wednesday:
day: Wednesday: His companions, Rolando
Kuix, 115,- Panamanian and Mar Marco
co Marco Tulio Guillen: 18, 'Panamanian
were arrested yesterday morning,
.... All tbreeywere tried (yesterday
afternoon in Balboa Magistrate's
' Castro Was jailed for 10 -days,
Ruiz for IS days and. Tulio Gui
llen who was said to have pulled
a knife -on. the vehicle owner
received the 30-day jail term.
WASHINGTON!! Feb. 22-fUP
A House-Armed Services subcom-
nnk i thiln,tle tod authonted its ehair-,
men to seek a 15-month delay in
the Army -order requiring six
months of" training for ; young
recruits in the National Gusrd.
- Chairman Overton Brooks (D (D-La.
La. (D-La. L wbo : advanced the compia
mise proposal, said he would
confer, immediately with Army
and Guard officials to see if bis
plan- was acceptable. He then -will
report back to the "subcommittee
for further instructions. -r 11-Wtek Ceorse' -! lAdm. Louis Mornu, the French
The ArmyJias ordered that alii in the meantime, recruits be-1 Naval Attache to the U.S., at Wash Wash-National
National Wash-National Guard recruits must tweea 17 and 184 would be ington, is also visiting -Panama,
take -sis months ; basic- training, required W take only aa '11-week m connection with the visit of the
effective. April L Guard efficials training eonrse. These recruits two French training ships.' ;
have countered with a proposal1 also would be encouraged to sign' "
that Guard recruits below the ace un voluntarily for six months- of II C n I
of lSVi be required to traia euy
Guard officials contended that
make recruiting difficult and
eveatuaUy wreck -the Guard.
HmJ Baskatty Tralnad
Defense Secretary Charles
Wilaea told the Senate Armed;
Services: committee today that;
there are "significant numbers of
indrviduals in eur reserve forces
who are not basically trained."
He did not refer specifically to'oeriod for the younger men.
the Guard but he ssid the oualitvi
of the reserve force "le ceneral"
T" riT-. il T .i jT"j
Wusoi created a furore recently
BANCO NACIONAL manaeer
Henrique de Obarrio. told a press
comerence yesterday mat at no
tune has the present administra administration
tion administration attempted to run op to med meddle
dle meddle in .the affair?, of the bank.
Obarrio emphasized that the
bank- had complete autonomy s
he denied the rumor that the' ad administration
ministration administration of President de la
Guardia bad suggested the sus suspension
pension suspension of mortgages by; the bank
as a .result of the bond issue re
cently ordered by the government.
i The government issued a decree
Wednesday authorizing a $1,810,
000 bond issue. The bonds will be
called Nations- Construction Bonds
1957-1977 and will be used to pave
the Inter-American Highway and
other Panama roads and the ex extension
tension extension of' Frangipani Street, Bal Balboa
boa Balboa Avenue and other roads.
. The Permanente Legislative Com
mittee yesterday approved a bill
to, put several government offices
on a split work day, aimed to of offering
fering offering better service to the gener general
al general public, :
The death of Cecilia Gobbels
Lopez, a Mexican woman who
leaped from a room in Hotel El
Panama to the' pavement below,
was officially ruled as suicide
A supreme court judgement said
"she voluntarily threw herself
from the balcony of her room in
ine noiei. v
- Mayor Jose A Cajar Escala to today
day today issued a communique" warn warning
ing warning the owners of tenprnent bulld bulld-1
1 bulld-1 s to have tbf 1 'im-pj jn
I cu.iu.uon fur Lie iuiLiicoming
Carnival season when people u u-suaily
suaily u-suaily gather on balconies to
watch parades for four days in a
Tbe communique also reminded
the public that the wooden bal balconies
conies balconies should not be. crowded by
people who ere not tenants of the
The police were requested to
avoid any large gathering' of peo people
ple people on balconies which mav en
danger the lives of others.
Italian Lfcierr r 1
Due from the Pacific tonight on
ner nrst visit to the Csnar is the
Italian-flag passenger liner Castel
Felice. Her last port of call was
There are Several hundred pas
Sengers aboard, of. whom 14 will
The Vessel will overnight tn Bal Balboa',
boa', Balboa', transit the Canal tomorrow.
stop in Cristobal tomorrow after afternoon
noon afternoon and sail late at night for
uiracao en route to Europe.
.- A private shippinr rUn ,sltl.
mar owns the Castel Felice for
which Feraic k Company are a
. The ship carries a crew of 2M.
Ibr : "char cine thst th C.rA ...
used durini! th Korin w tnr.
"raft-dodging'". Guard officials!
termed the charge a "damned
lie" and President Eisenhower
Wllson for makine' a 'virv unwiu
taiement. t, i-
Under Brooks' cbraoromise. the
Army's order would go into effect
on April 1 as planned for any
unara recruits over
youngef recruits, the
requirement would' not go intol 'Jearme d' Arc at Cristobal for
effect until June 30.. 1958. . line south transit of the Canal Rear
agreement between the Army and
tH siwu pian tiuea ir an
National Guard te maintain the
strength of the Guard at 408.100
men, augaay aoove Us present'
ll U the future the Guard could
not be maintained at the desired'
strength "by using ail means;,
available," the Guard would be
; Permitted to- woo recruit bv
reinstating u' 11-week : training
The Brooks plan would author-
ire the Army to release soidirrs
(hitches erpire If they Sgre
J enlist u toe Guard,
The Day That j Washington
At the heart of a conglomeration of George "Though this was, not the proper time to no no-Washington
Washington no-Washington 'fables which have little basis 'in ; minate a general, yet, as I had reason to be be-fact
fact be-fact stands one true incident which gives a real ; lieve this was the- point of greatest difficulty,
close-up of his character. While the cherry tree I had no hesitation to declare that I had one
adventure is now recognized as a myth, this ., gentleman In mind for fthat ; important cornr
other, brief, word picture of the Father-of His ; mand, and that was a,, gentleman from Vlr Vlr-Country
Country Vlr-Country serves even better to show him In his 'ginia." , .
true dimensions as a human being. Without mentioning the name he went on to
This revelation of his modesty and stalwart say that this man was present in the room and
honesty came In mid-June. 1775. v ; 'described hjs past military experience. "..v-J
, Then he mentioned the name with unex-
The Continental Congress
stalled on just That, to do following the original
outbreak of violence In New England.'
The Battle of Bunker Hill had 'not yet besnnv
r i tv "'i. my" --.rmblPd out ..de r laton Yri
only the -:ius of a tcve! ionary mob - -.
John Adams had a plan in mind to break the
stalemate. In his memoirs he saye;,; ;.;
"Accordingly, when Congress
I arose In my place, and in as
the subject would admit, represented the state
of the colonies. . I concluded with a motion that 1
Congress adopt the army at Cambridge and ap appoint
point appoint a general." ,.
It Is within the next few moments' or Ws
sneeoh that the revealing flash of Washington's
character gleams' clearly through the mists' of
history; -. ;,,t v-'.
Adams goes on! "!;'..":
Slated To Arrive
- The French, training ships Jean Jeanne
ne Jeanne d' Are end La Grsndier,- are
scheduled to arrive at the naval
piers, U.S. Naval Station, Rodman,
tomorrow for -a three-day visit In
the Canal Zone. ,v,
The Jeanne d' Arc is -command
ed by Capt. Claude Burin DeiRo DeiRo-ziers.
ziers. DeiRo-ziers. He was formerly chief intel intelligence
ligence intelligence of the Frency Navy gener
al staff, before assuming command
of the "Jeanno d' Arc" in August,
1955. He is a holder of the French
Legion of Merit On board are 32
naval officers, 104 midshipmen,
and 541 elisted men. ;
The Commanding Officer of the
Li Grsndier is Comdr. Philip de
la Lande DeCalan. A Knight of the
Sovereign Order of Malta, he took
eommand of the "La Grsndier"
in September 1956- Aboard are;
nine naval officers, T4 midshipmen,;
and 139 emhsted men. .:
Numerous social functions end
other activities are planned for
ersonnel of the two French ships
during their visit to the Canal
Zone. Included among the activi-
tiei P,anned-,re tour of the
i nort' Locks, ant other points of in-
terest in the Canal Zone, and Re-
Doblie. fO the midshipmen,, snd
enlisted members of the ships on
Sunday and Monday.! r
The French Ambassador (0 Pa
nama, Lionel Vasse. and the f i r s t
secretary of tne French Embassy,
Marcel Ollivier. will board the
If.... lll.U1 nl.
IfClY riUIH IICSIUB
wahinhtu'v. reo. zz ft'1')
The United States announced to
day that it has recognised the new
government of Haiti.
The government is headed by
provisional President Franck Syl-
vain who assumed the lob Feb. 7
He is Haiti's third
Paul Afasloire was forced to re
sign in December. He was tve
v.. i u Ti .t..
to vhief of
the Hsrtis Supreme'
resigned Feb. 4.
. ,. -
i.t;',;'; 'lA Cr' ill Til j,
was In. aession,;: pected resulte.
i door. Adams
t allude to him,
darfrd into the
short a speech as A until the Jssu
While no other
' Over-eaeerness on the part of
an emnioye to tnrow a spur-swiicn
caused the derailment of a Pana
ma Railroad locomotive at Ft,
Clayton, yesterday afternoon. '
Tha switch engine was pushing
five coaches filled with Girl ScouU
from Colon, and Atlantic side com communities
munities communities on the Zone. They had
come over to attend a joint page
Most of the coaches were alrea'Jpower.; This made .it unnecessary?
dy. crossing Gauiara wgnway ana
entering the post, but the switch
engine had 'not quite- crossed, the
derailment switch when the -impatient
emoloye. threw-it to the "d-i
rail" instead of the "proceed' po-
Sanlor vardmaster W. T. Good
win had gone to the scene to ob
serve the cutting of the five ears
from the regular : afternoon train
from Colon, and their switching
into Ft. Clayton. .He Was right
there to see the-engine bump tu
the rails. P, ;"?.. t
Nob4y was mjurftf. The, 5ots
simply eeured eut ef he coach coaches
es coaches end campered ante the pt.
The peveant preeeeded. But all
traffie en Oailiard Hiehway had
to be revfed threoh the pest
.wmI riu alalled tralnj
Quick action enabled the engine
Viei Ham Presldenl
... . .-
- BANNETHOUT, Viet Nam. Feb.
22 (UP) An unsuccessful attempt
was made to assassmawr p-w"i
ern South Viet Nam President Ne
' ouU1 v,n Ilm-5lV" L'JLL JJTJF,".
? wem VT' irZJZT. Zli
of hi government' was wounded in.
the attempt. - J
An unideatifted youth fired at
Diem wnea the President and his
party arrived here to open a fair..
The bullet meant for Diem hit
Land Reform Minuter m van
Cone in the chest.
was not Immediately known.
1 The unidentified root ws seil-l
ted trr tn crowo ana wereiy oe
- ten before pouce arrewee aim
rn mtmm! with the f air i-!
nsarurs tie eeremome
1 sbootmg atteoipt.
"Mr: Washington happened to .alt near' the
relates "As soon' as he heard me
from his-natural modesty., he
As Adams hnd talked, embarrassment had
crept pver Washington and finally it was too
f or oio at return to nis seat in. mesussemoiy
name) was proposed, there was
debate atid the day's session ended without de decision.
cision. decision. Overnight support solidified, behind
Washington, and the vote was unanimous in. his
iwvor next nay. ii-i i '....1 -.u a-t
.Washington knew-"nothing of what was trans-
pirtng 'until about' d'"nert'mer vbenitbe .riele' .riele'-gates
gates .riele'-gates left the ha't, Then.they shookhis hand
and tailed him."OeneraL" r a
to re-rail Itself and clear the hieb
way. '.- '.. . 1
Goodwin .drove auicklv to the I
Balboa shops-, got a set of
rauers and sent them to the
scene. He summoned T- A. Albrit-
ton, roundhouse foreman, who sped,
from his home to Clayton. J
. With the re-rallers attached, the
engine was able to inch. Itself back
for a spare, engine Goodwin was
summoning to come to its re rescue.
scue. rescue. rr
. The accident occurred' at '8:10
p.m. Within, about an hour the
engine was rerailed. the train del
ivered to Ft. Clayton, and the
highway was eleared.
When the pageant was over, the
Girl Scouts and other Atlantic aid
era, reboarded the coaches ..which
were then attached to the eve
nine train from Panama and. re
turned to Colon,
Talks On Gurfon's
'JERUSALEM Israel, Feb. 22 J
(LrM The israeu Knesset par-
liament) today postponed a vot
on Premier David Ben Gurimyi
no.witnarawai J cpeeca jenam mind only se far as to agree that
another diplomatic try at negotia'.israel must withdraw. But major
tions ia Washington. .- Angle Amerie an differences
Israeli Ambassador Abbe Eban emerged over the -President's de deleft
left deleft by air for Washington ks a! mand that the pull-back be un un-spectal
spectal un-spectal 'parliament session admni eooditkmaL
ed without taking a vote on Bet
Gurion'a rejeetkw of President I
The-psrlianent vote. was now
rpected on Monday.
The postponement followed dis-'
seotion u the eoalitioa govern
ment on the-form of the resolution! The foreign office spokesman
backing Ben Gur ton's ouUpe k c Sjuid that under the "combined
stand, r '"
Today's debate ended iaconola
sively after all speaker, except
the Communist rejected -to a
.. a. U awrf that 1 Jmtawl
State offer of assurance to Israel
after 'it withdraw from Gaza
' The mamritv ef sneakers tnsisf
TAJ vn KUHI IH W I ww a -ww.
uactr aaj curcuau-a-Cw. z
WASHINGTON, Feb. 22 (UPKTher United-Stattt
stood firm today in its opposition to arantina Israel any
more Concessions as a pre-condition for, vitdrawal. of itt
troops from Egyptian territory, t, '' I -V '.
,No chance, was the answer officials gave when
asked whether the United States might change its stand.
, Israeli Premier David Ben-Gurion yesterday rejected
President Eisenhower's latest appeal f or a withdrawal. But
he said he hoped the "door
the United States was still
Action By US
fLONDON.' Feb': 22 rfUPW-'Mtstn
jharfir diisreed today vilh Pres
ident Eisenhower s call for an un
conditional ': Israeli ; withdrawal
jipm x,gypi. -An impromptu
oaie expioaea ra the Mouse of
rmn)iiiI,ahi 'lh.mi.M kitt.. i
ly denounced the U.S. action. .
'The British Government pro proposed
posed proposed a "combined operation" un under
der under which United Nations' forces
wduld move into the Gaza andi
Aaaba areas immediately after an
Israeli withdrawal.. . j
.LA, foreign office spokesman:.' an-r
nounced Britain1 backs Israel's de demands
mands demands for free shipping in the
GUlf of Aqaba and urged, that the
U.N. pass a new resolution. cover
ing such a guarantee; ; s y
I Auill U,$. Policy ;
The issue "later eriinted Iti' an In hls speech tb the Israeli
unTchiuleUde SStaSSffi '&iSJS-ttaS: -that
saw both Socialist andCon-11 new that Israel must haVe
servative deputies assail the U.S.y guarantees of its ehipning rights
policy on Israeli withdrawal.
Aneurin. Bevan, chief Socialist
foreign policy ; sookesman. : de-
're-1manded the United States be told
it -"is a very undesirable nattern
that the -U.S. themselves should be
issuing statements about policy
without consulting their rallies."
"Surely we ought to try to put
an end to this anarchy as soon as
Objectionable Statements J
servative Hugh Fraser who de demanded
manded demanded a Middle East discussion
-besuse ijme of the statemenls
made la America lately are really
objectionable in this
"I believe the Question of forc
ing Israel back without proper
guarantees for Israel j future is
not acceptable for most people In
this bouse,"- Fraser said.
The demand caught the embar-
rassed government unprepared.'.""'0"
House Majoritv Uader'K.A. But-'neT Mla. s"" mteresiea' m
ier promised that Prime Minister, the "object" of. the problem
Harold Macmlllan would consult "not the puniahmentJ' -on
the Eisenhower message 'with .-
Foreign Secretary f Selwyn Lloyd
a aonn m IJovH rotiirntvl from'
Ms er Difference
The 'British foreign office state-
ment endorsed the Eisenhower de-
, Britain shared Israel's view that
any promise of UJ- action after
a violauoo of free passage m the
i Aqaba Gulf would be "closing the
barn door after the horse is gone."!
operation p la israeu troops
(would not actually anove back un
U tbe UJJ. troop were ready .to.
replace them. .?
i 7 I
"Her Majesty's government re-
gara all uu a a eombmed opera
ltio ani hiwv that th eolltive
wiedom Of the United Ntlon
iiwuM K .ku t ot l-.the
to further discussions" wittr
open. w ,v
Israel's Ambassador to the
United States. Abba Eban was
fly the hack to this country to-
aay to reiayivme position or Is Israel."
rael." Israel." 'Informed-Israeli sources"
said Eban -would try once more )
to get an f'underrtanding'' with.
U.S. officials "said th .whuld
be glad to hear from Eban. But -with
both nations standing t Trnv
in their oslUons. th ynitejl
suties was.pessimisue mat tne
impasse would be broken,. -1
iTrf'iH"'!; '.,Ver n
Israel Wuaeday nl;ht that the
United Stfttan mitat TrnarW
.ae-'join. a United, Nations ..move te X"
exrt nresaunt' mi iwaat it Hi
cxw preaaure. -on israei 41
did not bow to .U-N.;demahd3; tai
withdraw; Its troops from the n
Gulf of Aqaba and. Gaza Strip
areas of Egypt. -
The United States prevtouslyV
had told Israel that in return
for ,Nuch a Withdrawal H'
would work to serar Israel
freedom of navigation in the-,'
gnlf and freedom from any
Egyptian attack from the Ga Ga-M,
M, Ga-M, atrip. But it insisted ther
would have to be an Israeli ' 1
.'.withdrawal first,1? -
" BCViU f w
withdrawal from Egypt,
VS. officials said "Ben-Gurion
apparently was willing r to risk
sanctions by the United Na-
tions rather than pull bis na nation's
tion's nation's troops out of Egypt, uti?' -conditionally.
'.1 f-'"' 'i ; ,'..- '.
Administration officials "still ;
refused to say in ndv nee.
whether the United Spates
stain in a showdown UN. vote
on sanctions.. Mr.,, Elsenhower
has said only that he believes
the United' Nations "has n
choice but to exert pressure on
Israel" to withdraw. -
Asked toda. how" the" United
States stands' on the sanctions -issue,
officials said this govern
ment would : "take whatever
means it believes necessary
thrmivh th. II.W to st Tanel tn
- Tbe longer Israel delays tar,
withdrawing, the werve it!dh
lomatic bargaining pesHioa --
becomes, diplomats satd. If Is
rael eont'nuet Ha adamant
stand, they said st vrenM -Jee-parstise
Its futnre epportunt-'
ties? to get guaranteee H
wants against Egjrptiax attack.
Late yesterday. Secretary of
State John Foster bullea and
White House aide -; Max Rahh
Conferred wtih a number of top
VS. Jewish leaders on the Israv
eh problem. Of flclals denied that
Dulles and Jtabb had" engaged
In any "arm twist! ngV to put
nressure on American Jew is n
to tel et 1cnu .v
The State Department
IDuUes and Babb
. views with the leaders, and rx-
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: piainea vn aanunutrauon r
ition as set forth by tn r.;-
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FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 12, 1957"
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THE MAIL BOX
GIRLS. SERVICIMEN, ETC.
t thm neat fow wefeks it has been my Dleasure to observe
rh t.un nA, w.jtn thn narenta oi some Canal cone leenasis. and
vArifiwi Boidiera and interested Bystanders. 1 tmnlt tdtiougn nas
bten saio about interested Motner Wo. 2. and tne xepiy to in-
teiestea atner No. 1 should nave put. him m nw piace. I ao
tiuria It Is a shame that we all can t ilve tonetner in narmony.
v Alter aJ without toe service personell stationed here there would
r Stlno need at all lor the Canal Zone, so line it or now you may
; at well realize that you do depend directly on the military lor
e'been in the service for about 30 months, and what
I've seen, has really made me stop and think. I thougnt that
when I "eft San Antonio, Texas. I had left all the ignorance and
stupidity behind me When a city like that hangs out signs tnat
adogsld Ai'men ,tay out'" then tbaVah0WS70-.what
Lb?j:etr like that in the Canal butU
same Jeellngs are there, nevertheless. Every time a guy in the
Srrtcrcommits a small misdemeanor It is piayed up in the local
newspapers, and more often as not. in toe front page thus re re-fleetlnt
fleetlnt re-fleetlnt unfairly on the service as a whole. What I d like r to
know te. how can one person put him or her lf in a j position
to Judge another person. A preacher once said In a mon i
htid, 'Never judge a person, until you yourself have walked In
Sterall I am an American citizens.' I have a mother father.
brother and slater. Why should I or any serviceman wr."3
thorrnal civilian? If the attitude itoerican was that
of the majority of the Canal Zone people, then I d truly have to
jay I'm sorry that I'm an American.
.I'dllke to further state that if your daughter has been
woperly brought up. then she has nothing to worry bout.ither
f' r :tJ. rr-l M. fr-nm a ftT Aftnr All a SUV Will gO
, only a. fWMOT Mlly
i tttaHowever in all fairness.! see no reason why the Canal Zone
as a whole should be singled put as the only People with this
anti-Q.I. attitude. What about our own officers on these yari yari-ou
ou yari-ou bases in particular Albrook Field. Here our own officers
fortid their dauhteM to be with servicemen. These same peo people
ple people probably found their own wives while in the services, now
occured some time
. bacfc when GaTr-chEl bus guard on the officers bur at AN
: brotk. Z attempted to seat a young warrant officers boy. next
rto a captain's 17-year-old daughter and he "fus to do so.
Arter arrlvln at school, I pulled him aside and asked him why
.It S d Z iiS I he renued. "Because she goes around wltii
Tf- r .. t mnthiir trWd me to associate wiin nei.
. crT;VN v J-7t that ?eallv democratic? Here this
SSTO TSrZZ, tT.t aifv rinmocratic?
: heWme rma
i hfY wh son to associate with ft gin wnose owi,cii.,
fshi d been eenwith Q.U. ? . r;i.mB now
'. r.-:i j "i..k,. 7v h.v tAfVio Jeetr iThnrn will be 1W)SSr
'ntfZrter$ifolMy in-all honesty thajf.EmM
I V-feir fcVttej-citlaen than you.'and 'Xwtrrima.
'iI!-T( rhUdten you ean bet theyH be brought up free from
V "90QS, QUAiL AND IARRQ COLORADO
to the happy dog hater and may he have mani
w Jett Plain Diteirtted
.;5 'H.iYlnV hbt ha friendly 'disposition toward the canine family
r-fd pnr-" two hounos,myse. i couioat rco w
r rvwwtij this abomlnator considers dbgr messy, noisy ahd
reou'slve: but even ti don't spme human beimts fall in the
tm- eitenory? : ' ..
t "tt is anpftrent that thie person has Jiever been in the field
'h A good dog and experienced covey of wail exploding into
r Nor has he seen a dog work and hold a point until Mr,
V "'"neck or Partridge thunders from under cover- There Is no
,,. rr'-'r R eomnanion than the loyal retriever that aits in the blind
&:nd ten makes the plunge Into th frigid water.-
' "Oh,, thafa OK." you say; or, better, yet I should Join my
!2 tie rpj ve with them In the field or Barro Colorado Island.
'!; Well. I'm sorry; but, we sportsmen arent exactly natives or
i- ea.verafn. Yen sen, we rroortsnlen and our dogs also like the
I com'orts ef home-now and then. '-''..
''.. '-''.. I will atree that my dogs do at times bark at night and pos pos-J,
J, pos-J, siblv dlnturb my neighbors; but, at least they are not bores and
. ; rnmpiain about it It Is known that, a dog barks for a reason
' nd in eanimt sense he night have possibly detected "omeone
,', .er srmethinc-that was foreign to him and the household.
, S evert hough canines lark" common sense, thev must, oos oos-j'siss
j'siss oos-j'siss foweth'ne since none of them would ever attemot a letter.
;; r nsiine. to a newspaper as the one written by "Qet Along
Little Deggla." "T. ';,
- A Caniee Lorar
. By VICTOR RlEjSEL
By ..their t deeds ve shall knnur
I we une up in me Datue now snap.
ui up iuaiue laoor
Real estate deeds come first. Re
cenuy, a laoor sauire. not lorn?
out oi Uie operating Engineers b-
nion, dv me name oi rvunam Ue-
lioninit, sr., purchased a 0,OUO
rancn iiome iu central Fionas not
too tar miana trom 6arsota. He
is one type ot laoor fenow to bear
in mina s uus sury unraveis
Anotner type oi leUow is one
iave eeck, now eating in bis la
vorue Viennese restaurant in vie
there. Just before Beck tooK olf on
a piusu ji.u.A.c. piaue xoi vaie-
mn-scniag ii the old Winter ra ra-idte,
idte, ra-idte, lie announced pioucuy in Mia Miami
mi Miami Heach mat ne nau aom uie
uoia coast, home of tne Teamsters
late president, iJan iodiu at a
vWJ JJiuiu, IIU icaS. utiVK saiu
the union had bought the garden
spot tor seu,ouo.yeais ago ana un un-luauea
luauea un-luauea it lor a uunoi'eu grand. to
wnat wrong witn buying taotaous
homes tor uuion presidents
There are many ef the other
side in this feud who think such
opulence is unbecoming and that
the house of labor in not a private
homo. Nor a real estate agency.
The opposition to been anu cot,,
pany believes In putting its men
ey info union activity and educa education,
tion, education, whch tome of you who are
lets charitable might well call
This litter group you could per
sonalize through Walter Reuther
and. the old CIO coalition allied
with some miety powerful Pew col.
leagues. Thus the fight shapes, uo
between the heavyweight forces of
ine teamsters and their Own allies
in the mighty construction trades
in one corner and the fast footwork
crowd around Reuther, for the
most part younger of limb and
longer of wind, I might add.
' Label this. main event a finish
fight between the new and old
type unionism. You know the pow power
er power the old-line AFL has packed a-
way. But that band of veterans is
not underestimating the newcom newcomers.
ers. newcomers. The Beck boys know, for. ex example,
ample, example, that Walter Reuther, now
aided by such men as the Interna
tional Ladies Garment Workers U-
iIniasi-cI n it i csP; mmmm
If any wives Force Jargon as 'mattress,' mesn-:
uui we pioua, layer below;
"otankets," meaning the cloud
layer 'above; "pigeons" meaning
the direction home; "or r a n g e s
nf'' wamJ -.1 .
or mothers are worried about
i.ieir uiemoiiv : bemg jet v' A i r
Force pilots, they ought to stop
4iy wiie was worried too about sweet" good weather; and
my taking a ride in an Air Force anses sour V bad weath'r.
iiKuier-uiterceiHur. xui i uavc
concluded tnat in peacetime Xiiey
are even saler than commercial
planes. Ana 1 thin anyone view
ing ail tne safety precautions tak vision goes into action In case an
plane appears off
coast, Murpb took
an C, Starfira
fE ARSON "SCRAMBLES"
To show how the 8Sth Air- DU
en by ,the Air force woiua agree
witn me. r 1 i r ,-
i went 'out to Andrews, Air
me aloft in
MAN ABOUT TOWN
Faces Out Front: Tallulnh Bank
head shrugging off the collapse of
her play, "Eugenia," with; "Mis "Misfortune
fortune "Misfortune means nothing to me. In
the Theater you get used to much
more. Like having your heart bro broken"
ken" broken" ... Truman Capote reporting
that his assignment to Japan (for
The New Yorker mag, to cover
' iES? in "Vislt t0 ,?.?al1 P"18"?1." oft-vlins at the Chardas ...'Tb
had the miseries i a- little more than wealthy Greek crowd (with wbon
k- one vpfli nan Torino Smith lwl WD?n
Force base ina other bav to eet'm a simulated "sera mhu
some luea of now we.1 tlie ti'ua-,t t A scramble -ia 1h niiioir sfa.
,tic coast -was protected. 1 figured way of fighter jets when the a a-tne
tne a-tne best way to no inu was to seejisrm is sounded. The puotg can
tor myseif ana take a noe m a' get from their bunks into ; the
jet.tignter. ipiane and aloft in five minutes.
The Anarews Base" is h e a d-j In this case the Starfire 1 ia
quarters for the 85th Air Djvi-, which I rode became an enemy
Sion, wnica guards tne eastern plane and two Sabres simulated
UriA from New Jersey to North itnocKing us out of the skies. It
.Carolina, ana which is part of 'an, was an exeiting maneuver. -amasingiy
' efficient ; network ufl The "Chief' thing that worried
warnings, including Canada and' me during tne intercept was LL
Mexico' ana even extenaing out; William Gorman of. h ta p o r l a,
to sea, in which the Army, Navy.tKans.j. puqt -of the escort Star Star-and
and Star-and Civil Defense ail participate. 'fire, rie kept so cose on our port
It's' something every Amencan side that 1 thought our wings
should know about-, thougn it were going to toucu..
took me longer to learn about ill The Air 'Force calls this "hold "hold-than
than "hold-than I expected, thanks to the ing' hands."' I didn't -feel -that
fact that the 'Air Force 'Won't let i romantic about it.i Of course,- you
you fly in a jet without a rigorous reauze l was worr.ed 'jor uor-
Lphysical' which lasted haif ; man's safety; not for my own.
day, plus a training course in,1 Aer a was ail ever. ... Kan
Handling, a parachute, a Mae isaiiuera oi onerman, ,iea.j uor
West, a lifeboat, and emergency man's radar ooserver, ca e er e d
landing. 'me up: "It's much saier that way.
This is one reason I say you yu gei too iar away irony
are safer in an Air Force plane eacu otner you might- get lost in
than In a commercial plane. You the clouds."
can get out in case ox emergen- y 1 v
cy.'i-.-.';,. I At one point Murph began
rrankiv I haa a nard time re- zooming oown rowara ine grouna
membering just when you use in what seemed to me like a nose
the sea-marker, where to iindia.vc. Actually ne was only -neei-
the signal mirror and the whistle ing off,? with Gorman's plane
for use in calling t rescue i ships, (following him' wing to .- wing,
whether to use the smoke flares Whatever, it was, however, I con const
st const night or the red flares in the fess the sweat stood out .on my
daytime, or vice versa: and now ioreneaa.
long to leave the harcoal tablets t V 1
m your rubber pau ot sea-water vapx. couins anacxeuora or
nion chief, Dave Dubinsky, have ti"linot "Sayonara") is otf,
..... ... IUa .rUl Mnta wtiiail frit Mam
a fighting unit of their own toi"" r1" WI'l,e I"!1B1W m"f
vli.x. xiaiiiB oKai T.ii-
and his wife doing the
I agree with the tugfrestions proffered by "Customer" to
. i! Improve the service ef the Tlvell Coffee Shan.
r Th most-obvious deficiency there la the lack of responsible
' supenrlslon. The "local raters" seem to run the place.
i, I'm certain that if management would takmore interest
. in its operation the Coffe.e Shop would be much more popular
J with the public,, i
!! I do hope that the skimrrv. monotonous menus will be im
!; Fr?e,.',00n Inrtd of wasting time tryin to train the lacita lacita-j
j lacita-j daisleal waiters, why not replace them with waitresses? Men
jj make lousy waiters anyway. ...
'; bitattfio4 Ceetontor
w,.Thnk Tn for jrintlngxfiv letter ealllng attenUon to the
des that were mlsainf from The Sunday Araerton. 7
But there is more tide trouble in tonight's (Thursday's) pa pa-S
S pa-S nnPw-Wdira " "Wednesday's." What I expected
but ?rfri,VeJ.ntrtst!? in lowing how hot It was yesterday,
ut they dont give a hoot forjjygont tides. r
, Swfa Fia
match the Teamsters Construe
tion Trades Council. You might call
Reuther's new outfit a sort of union
unlvac. It is the Industrial Union
Dept. of the AFL-CIO.
We call it the IUD and you might'
note those -. miual well. They 'U
come up on you and be household
talk and country club conversation
overnight as did CIO and PAC a-
way back there. This IUD Is the
larsest division in the AFL-OO.
Walter Reuther heads it and nur
ses its ruckles so that today it has
(2,403,711.32 (as of Jan. 1, 1957).
That's a better running balance
than the AFL-CIO's national treasury.
Furthermore, it has over 7,00,000
members who pay it, two pennies
a month. Which makes it a going
'business with 11,680,000 annually.
Thl keep mis union univae
smeethjy oiled. Without much
drumbeatina it provide seme
some mighty interorting services
for its affiliated union. Oa Feb.
14, for example, it held a confer
once of representatives ef all u
-nionl hit by Japanese imports.
The next dew it bed scheduled a
joint meeting ef other union men
tad university specialist. They
.looked Into the question of atti attitude,
tude, attitude, urveying worker In
plants before and after they are
unionized. Sort of e man in the
gray flannel ever Us thing.
There, are five other conferences
scheduled on health and welfare,
guaranteed' wages, industrial en
gineering, automation, and pen
lions.- Ther is also a special re
search group on all these, subjects
and many more. Reuther calls
them ."Technicians' Committees."
They call regular conferences.
trsde-by-trade and unlon-by-unlon.
to give labor chiefs ammunition
for negotiations.' They also hold
parleys of unions which deal with
one company to brief them on tac
tics ana intelligence needed for
common action. There are some
corporations which deal with as
many as 100 unions.
. Thus the Reuther-Dublnsky bloc
is ia high gear, somewhat : in the
image of the old CIO; George Mea Mea-ny
ny Mea-ny seems to enjoy aD ihis and is
getting on well with Reuther.' The
two of them win dine privately
and. amiably tmr wee, t v
Thus the old crowd and the new,
battling for the soul and the machi machinery
nery machinery of American labor, are pretty
evenly matched. One type of pow power
er power against another. It will be la ex exciting
citing exciting battle but not to get In the
middle of at any point.
midtown bistros to confound tne
people who reported them apart...
Tab Hunter's visit to the Bright
Lights being illumined by pretty
Irene K.ane, iesmng iaay or. .pura
'atteKbn,, 1.. Joan Crawford and
T y.ef 80'4Lon Sjnith re-; actress Doreen Woodbury traveled
piacea mm in a major role of "The in. the smart srjotsi hau
MatcnmaKer: in the tryout-towns ed for fear of being questioned by
. When you fitness the powerful 'police about her suicide Susan
vi.yauiui,c; VA UCWUUIU
p before you can drink
'horn I -' '1 ""'J.t;. ..
stAKine in jnnM
"Yoii don't eat the shark repel
Hollv SDrines. Miss..' ahd. Lt. Tom
H. Duncan of RusseiVille,. Ala.r of
the 1 48th Fightes-Intej c e p t o r
Squadron, had come up from
Langley Field, VS., to Intercept us.
er Diane Jurgens in 20th's "Three
arave Men" you will find It diffi-
Alllf tA KaIissita K itA .... 4U...a
one of the dancers" with Jimmy
iucnugn s troupe at Ue LoDa
lent no' matter how hungry you They piloted the two dogs' which
Humorist Stan Freberg rejected
$12,500 per week at the Royal Ne Nevada,
vada, Nevada, Vegas. He is the son of a
minister, who, opposes Stan work working
ing working in "anyi gambling den"...: The
teen-urge set now nang around
Hecht, dlchtr of the Parent. m, are." insisted Sat. James Muldoon "knocked" us out Of the air,
publisher, and R. s. Cramer are the rescue instructor. "It makes They first appeared on the ho ho-betrothed.
betrothed. ho-betrothed. She is a teacher at Col-itn sharks sick, and you won't rizon like small blackbirds south
legiata School of N.Y. He was like either. When they get it In of Wilmington,: Del., so small you
formerlv on th WaaMnMru. .W I their 'sdlla thev So away ." could harrilv o thm : : t hr,i
I i uuijiwu VOL j a a . -4 aw oawwi
iney weo in June
Papa IS With the Fort Pic. (Pi.
Trib NBC Ordered top producers
qui 4. whix..f Street Scene: Gloria The Orr'fi r..i
am.. However. I was able-to remem- 30 second thpv War roht m tn
Jack Harrisons (Lois Cowles)have bw the, chief details about ,bail us." "i. fii-,. jVT.- -.,ri
a Boy. Mother is the dghtr of Look n out." The parachute is strsp-i Once a fighter gets that -clbse
msg publisher Gardners Co wle iPd on S6 .tight you almost have he can't missTbe pattern of its
to an aioup-aiiouJuoiBu, i rocitetI spread? Out 11KC' DUCK-
' I I.J um'M (n ih. mnM -kA. ( ... 1 ...
lU juiu .niuai. i" "'"r. -m an area aooui 10 oy 69
";to bail outyou pull a lever to tigh-ffeet.. It takis only one rocket to
"ten it up even ,mbre, than pull abrinff down an enemy plane and
iiriffcer. and. you shoot out into on this nrrasinn w ur h
. - . t i au ium aCHis ill i nun Mfi f -rifr .. saaa i x uu i uas, uuu unt w J w i auk iu wwiibl insnv h, ncniiiyinn
re's recorded version of ;The Mon'but it.' 'lj q.?i. vt jbureaucrats bope will, be an un-
ey Tree. which hit m.wtm. tu.i Of course. If you insist, on wor-thaDDy ehdlne. I dont like ta keen
" latest (on the other side) is "Here's r!'n there's'- a safety manual, them. In suspense, but I'll tell th
wmca jou uu c iu-resi oi ine story jn, a future col-
hand-holding at Chandler's ... Jo
Sullivan. ,the vocallure of "Most
Happy Fella," experimenting apart
from her groom witn a uuiereni
nightly date at sardi a
Memos of a Midnighter : Baron
George Wrangell (he models those
htrt adverts -with .a black eye-
oatch over one orb) and the Baro-
... c i i: l A
ness ara in me courts, oue .iueu
annul ment or seoaration) recent
ly. They were wed 5 years ago at
barristers are Moss and Wels of 551
Fifth Ave.:. The El Morocco" crowd
hear that Princess Margaret's lat latest
est latest pulse-hopper is Dr. Philip Wan Wan-amaker,"
amaker," Wan-amaker," kin to the dept. store
clan... John J. Astor's new Florida
romance is Dorothy Bryn ...Sally
Biddle (of the Social Register) cel cel-ohrated
ohrated cel-ohrated her divorce with Robert
rh.tfioM.Tavlor. .often ..linked asi
the "next groom', of Brenda Fro
iler...Peter Maas, ex-Colher's ace,
and Jane Mercler are shopping for
a French padre to tie a chic knot...
Evelyn Keys (long time love, of
Mike.Toddlis forgetting bis mar marriage
riage marriage with Artie, Shaw abroad.
State Didr: The "Sf age Struck"
press-agents are building up
berg and James
Ben Susan, ,ctra8- o M?lovr'.' Mnnl- n....V. r. release?.-
MatArthur. Don t lipSOngs at Viennese Lantern !self In case the -automatic release umn.
"Vy know, their palship dates Helen Hayes' young "son, James' -M forget to work. t ;
back to diapeMaysf Patti Page's MacArthu?, whV stars f"ThS "What happens if t' pull th.
Intact lira f fin "Tha Wll In niuli, ". V i, v... tkj !.
I r"- joung airanger." ,The film is due ingger oy nu5i muwe n
Marshall's natural pretending in ed flight instructor Lt. J. B. Led
Ella Mae Morse, in demand again,
does a Capitol album next month
.. Is Billy Eckstine's bride to be
Nicole Barclay, owner of a record recording
ing recording firm ill Paree? ... Mrs. Leland
nay ward is suing at Harxness ra-jtop execs .discovers that his
vuiuu ... nuvrnu jiuyi, -v,n nasi nig lnTArfSt In Mi mllll.n V.
yer is more than prof essioqal; fea feathers
thers feathers snd other chapeaux trim trim-mings
mings trim-mings should fly sky high . We
don't Care What VOU hear nr rear) I
Faye Emerson looks even pretier
in Gatsby's because' of th lova.
Capt. Ben Murphy' who comes
from Saa Antonio, thinks flvina
jets is easier than being a TV
ibil lis m nmnii Kianor
T a. 1 .. v 1 . . At l "" -- ruvaja A
-. r , . . t t l t'ThAn vnu Rnnot riant uiruuun snmmantatn u k. j o
T 't ? r .-' V B I rf.w - . vaaaavassvwa, sic SS P1UUUU (gr
Hottest Scandal ia Town:- When'the canopy. It won't, hurt vyou.'ooo hours of jet 'flylnc time
e wife of one of Fifth Avenue's Your helmet -vrfU punch a hole' wiwhieh means almost 2000 take-
last m 7iT, -v.
- MA I
had nothing but Broadway 'flop-
luck, just, bought a new -home in
Jersey ... Lovely Marlon O'Nell has
been secretly sealed for a year to
R. C. Thompson in Guatemala ...
Peeev Benz. a stunniiin model,
has Dr 'Richard Winters checking
his own pulse.. .John Meheean, pia
no star Avenue s lerry Aoeistem
Her bater chiefs the Addison Corp
...It's a u-i at .ine v.- acnuiies.
Poo's heir to the igsr store xil
lions; Mother Is, Lilly Carlson,. cov-er-rirl.
At N. V.' Nosp. V Ac
tress Doris Dudley s son axippy
Jenkins (a notable child actb") is
honey moomining with Mary -Mod-
Rleto'wn Smalltalk: Singer Em
my Lou Carlson and realty man
M. Kimmei arecaunea dv me
ttNtaas aviNus. eaawtau
light in Jack Walker's orbs...Jsckhj
uieaion oion t xnow his two top
writers were resigning. The news
thrpiv him intA 11
Paramount'S Jerry Pckm an has aicockP't n5lm?, mu 10 k v!
tan nu.ftrHina .tf ki. Pint,- Ren. C.. MUTDn SS 11 ne
party that Toots Shor would like were alongside me m a Washing-
The helmel 'bullt like a foot
ball player's, was indeed a. well-
huilt eoverlnff. '
Attached to It was the mbst
frustrating gadget of aU the oxy oxygen
gen oxygen mask. Because of the high al
titudes you nave 10 use u mau
at aU tlmes. r -' :' ';
Inaide .the mask.' right under
your nosey is a uny micrupnonw.
A wire connects it with the front
to have burnedA.Towner am talr.
ing about the daily maniacal out outbursts
bursts outbursts of the host of a nietit rlnh
,He flung a, bar stool at pretty
Barbara Evans who is seeing ber
lawyers about: assault charges ...
Italian movie star, Sophia Loren
taoe .over nere soo),i prefers the
company of married men How
come Dick Maney and Mike Wal Wallace
lace Wallace (discussing flop shows Maney-
press agented) didnt. pien pien-tion
tion pien-tion a turkey of tworyears ago,
"Reclining Figure." In which th
juvenile lead was played by Mike
wauacey ..rnyius Kirk's, long di distance
stance distance action is accented -collect
by United Artists Roger-Lewis ...
rnyuis uui neckles the reports
that she seeks more alimony from
Jose Ferrer. She never .got any a,
oyway. She didn't even take the!
house in Ossining, N.Y., which has!
sucn a line view of Sinf sing pri
son... The biggest scandal story of!
tne year, the Queen Elizabeth -Husband
front pager (based only
on rumor), was the scoop of' a
Baltimore paper. This prissy ga gazette
zette gazette refuses to print gossip col columns
umns columns and has slapped them for
not ''checking first." tEnd : of
Hmf.) r - s
inf. .aittins- rMffl., i
It also enabled him to. talk to
the ground and to other planes
in the air. ; ..
I could listen in on such- Air
offs and landings When a jet
lanos, it releases a orsKing pars pars-chute
chute pars-chute ... shortly after ;jt hits the
runway. This stops the plane al almost
most almost as If you were in a car and
applied the emergency brake ...
Before landing, a iet has to re;
duce its tremendous speed by out
ting out air' brakes or flaps that'
extend down from the- wing- and
retard the plane. Otherwise- the
speed ,1s such that' the landing landing-sear
sear landing-sear .would be- knocked off as it's
lowered for the 'landing' ... The
48th Fighter-interceptor Squad-
ron'at Langley Field. Va.. part of
the 85th Air Division, has achiev achieved
ed achieved the' amazing score of not a
single lirer aft accident in -two
years. This is a record;- !'
' To Stbckhold(er! of the
Panama Insurance Company;
The annual meeting of the Panamd Insurance" -.
, Company, Inc., will take place on Friday, March
15, 1957, at 4:00 .rn.; at the office of the Com Company,
pany, Company, at.Campo Alegrc, Via Espana and Ricardo i
. Arias Street, to consider the following: 'J, A
v 1st Election of Directors. 7 '''"-.
' 2nd Inventories and Balances. -:
3rd Modification of the By-Laws. : 'N
4th Any other matter duly presented to the. I
. it-- . TBI SECRETARY.
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.. ijr t . :
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Comprehensive Fire & Theft
. Medical Expenses
. Physical Damage
(Jtesiellrif la tha Canal Zona or In Panama)
AS TITTLE AS.
ail Panama: 2-0925
, CHOICE OF :
; $5-100 or $100.00 DEDUCTIBLE
Pay 20 down when taking out policy -bidget
balance of payments over 9 months. ,...,'
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- FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 92, 19S
TEE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAUT, NEWSPAPER
T.K, .. ft
"Mf eyes are closed, but I still, can't (picture Hawaii
' , and the pounding surf!" ,"',
Defense Secretary: Stresses
Instant Readiness Now Vital
Grace Line Adds
Kpvr Freight er ;
. Grace Line officially took title to
a standard C-2 type freighter ic
quired from the Polaru Steamship
Co.,v Inc., New York -City recently.
The purchase price was si,ii5,ooo.
Built in 1944 by the North Caro Carolina
lina Carolina Shipbuilding Co.. Wilmineton.
North Carolina, the vessel, nam named
ed named the Santa Mercedes, will enter
the Line i Facmc Coast service,
operating between California and
Pacific Northwest ports in Mexico,
Central T Americr and the west
cost of -South America. The "Santa
Mercedes": will replace the Santa
Elisa. .i v-2. -type freighter trans
ferred last year to. Grace Line's
New York and west coast of South
America service. ..
i The Santa Mercedes, first of her
name In Grace Line's Fleet, is 438
feet in length, has a beam of 63
feet and is capable of maintaining
a speed of 16 knots, She has accom
modations for 12 passengers. Before
entering the Pacific Coast service,
the Santa Mercedes will sail, with
cargay from New York to the west
coast of South America. She is ten
tatively scheduled to leave New
York on Feb, 22.
WASHINGTON Feb. 21 (UP)-
T.l C.-.t.....' fhn-no v w T. Hi
son said todav that the world iAiyH ''"Never in the historv of th
i ation demands 4hat .U.S. 'military world,"" he said, "have there been!
planning place more empnasis,ou sucn rapid changes In : military
- "instant readiness than upon long- weapons nor have the Weapons
;r-range programs." v ., i been so relatively expensive."
' I He said he sympathized with all
But he said recent develop- branches of the service In their
ments in Hungary and the Middle efforts to make the best use of
Ea'st ''do not seem to justify ma- new weapons and that he under
jor changes"- in defense plans al-stood the "tremendous burden
though they have "added .some which our defense budget imposes
additional complications."; o on '.the?-.nation." ;;.sv s; 'r
'.4 These iE events, he-said, J'con-'- But a he., said thliewffefense
firm the soundness" of U.S. poll- budget 'tAjtJS.1
cy to maimam r;i
strengtnv tor' a iou .
military lution of
these -H conflicting de-
i He said the .38 billion dollar de
fense budget will cover actual
needs for the- coming; fiscal .year
only'... by' 'areful action" of de
partment officials to ( "make all
HTilaAW '.ninflA' the
. Iiuavw ... m j ,
fore the" Senate Armed Services possible ajrtags.f BufUny large
rnmmittM" His testimony i was "sudden w increase, -; he said,
; man Richard Bv Russell (D-Ga)
b Wilson, "whos recent f comments.
i- about the auonai uuu uuv,
ioff atorm of criticism on Camtcl,
- i Hill, did not meniioB me
v i versy to liis prepared 'st"86'-
He said that "the' quality of our
- reserve forces in general remains
W! below the level required to meet
!:V time readiness- goals of. current
- mobilization plans."
v t Wilson said proposals last year
to cut miUtary personm u,
000 "was and is not justified con con-,
, con-, Wering"the. present international
.i Ti. cel. a ,u time." ;
understood; all over the jworld," j
If lazy liver oiumi you to uftr,
' from lndigtion, r ai heartburn, con constipation,
stipation, constipation, beadachei, bad breath, di,
ilneaa, blliouaneaa and akla blemlihea,
rfr Hlgalarv'rqni jroiir hemit today.
Hiialen li a real tonlo to the liver an j
taUatltu Get Hlgalon at drucatore 'I
ii' j i i
The World's Finest
' Rust Wax and
" Silicone. Removers
EXACT COLOR MIXING
V No. 1J "Q" St.
Front, to the .Colpan Moton
if.' Wilson saw m
k'e w--ehantes' in the present
armed forces strength
2.8 million- over -the-
y But laid-there Will' be con-
iim.ine changes in me nature
. -in line
with ecientiiic ana
progress and changes In the inter inter-national
national inter-national iltuation." :
The "itthVnnuar coronation Ball
and .crowning of the Balboa Arm Armed
ed Armed Services' fYMCA-USO Carmval
queen for 1957 will U he" tomor tomorrow
row tomorrow at p.m; in the Balboa YMCA YMCA-.
. YMCA-. USO aditorhim.
Presiding Vef the ; coronation
.wuTJb Brig1.? Gea., Louis V. High High-tower,
tower, High-tower, deputy commanding Gener General
al General ui.Aray Caribbean. He and
Mr..Hightower will be guests of
honor or the occasion.
'. This year'a queen U 21-year-old
Haydee Jaen Sole who was chosen
by popular vote of the erv'cln,e.B
tnd junior hostesses at the YMCA YMCA-USO
USO YMCA-USO dances. The native-born Pa Pa-.
. Pa-. namanian beauty has been a mem member
ber member of the Balboa YMCA USO
Girls Service Organiiation for two
yean. Misa Sole U a graduate of
the Panamanian .Professional
School and attended the School of
iAdministratioa and Business, at
the University of Panama. At pres present
ent present he is employed in Panama
City at a atenograpber.
5 Members of the Queen's Court
Include Misses Carmen Campbell,
Ilka Gordon, Boie Olmos and Me Me-lida
lida Me-lida Tejada., ; ;
Miss Sole will receive her crown
from Miss Aurora Guerre- 1956
Carnival Queen. Judee G o t h r I e
Crowe, chairman of th YMCA
Committee of Management, will
serve as master of ceremonies.
Those In charge of tomorrow
right's festivities are Mr. and Mrs.
Arnold Hodgson and UL Col. and
Mr. Arden L. Bennett, reception
committee: Mrs. Dora Bennett and
Miss Maria-Campbell, ceremony
committee; Wis) Thelma Lopez,
decorations committee; and re refreshments
freshments refreshments will be provided by
members ef thr Girls Service Organization.
Summe'r's bock In towntTo help you enjoy it; Wv
' fdshlons in o ployfuf mood
.-..perfect sunny weather
companions for oil -.
your hours of fun.
select them now....
WSw Mr'., W
Whatever holiday treat
yoe're planning (pic (picnicking,
nicking, (picnicking, partying, play playing
ing playing In the sun), stop
here first. Treat your yourself
self yourself to some of our fun
fashions. You'll hava.
an. even more wonder-'
ful. time. t
VIA ESPAflA "CAMPO ALECRE BUILDING
Across from the Hotel 'Et Panama"
Ample poking; space Tel. 3-7472
, Color Combinations
Answer to Previous Puzzle
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; 1 Shade of pink 1 Tears
?' B Tannish color ; J Spoken
B Gray mist
13 Century plant
18 Icy rain
24 Toward the
1 29 Feminine
- 22 Turning point
37 Shoe part
i 48 Red
49 Bill of fare
S3 It Called the
97 Italian city -.
. 08 Japanese
BB Thick dark
4 Natural fat
"7 Negative votes
8 Writing tables
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20 Roman roads mentally
22 Birds' homes 35 Lure
24 Land measure 40 Landed
j 25 Dancer, 4 property
Astair 43 Senior
26 Virginia coast 45 More unusual
28 Holy person 46 Stain
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SHORT TIME LEFT!
Than Ever Before
ONE WEEK MORE
Use these remaining days to
BUY AT FIRE PRICES!!
LA MOD A
1718 Contra! Ave. Opposite The Savings Bank
EXTRA HEAVY BATH TOWELS
(Limit 6 to a customer)
BY THE YARD
36" widthGalaxy of Colors
HUNDREDS OF USES Around the house for the beach
SPECIAL $ .00
AND YOUR' PURCHASE SLIP PLAYS IN OUR FREE -WEEKLY
STRAIGHT GIVE-AWAY RAFFLE
cfke Complete (Homt Sfurnlshing Store
4th of July Ave. At the Sign of the Clock Tel. 2-2181
A WORD TO
U.S. ARMY OFFICERS
Tha New. Green and Blue Uniforms we are
making-for local personnel and taken-by
. them back to the States it producing for us
more orders from States' Personnel than ;
we ever imagined possible.
: Look, in to Your requirements NOW Even if
-. you are not due to return to the States for
Another Y'ar. .
- Ordering your Wools NOW you can get pay
" terms stretched out over the number of
-months you are still due to terminate;
up to twelve months.
t IMPORTANT w .Please Note that we hold ;
Official Laboratory Report 16496 issued
by U.S.Q.M.' Philadelphia. Pa. Certifying t
. our Creen Elastique. and furnished us thru
chtfinels by Q.M. USARCARlB.
't, 'A :".X)UR GREEN and BI.UES are r
'- r UNCONDITIONALLY and liNEQUivoaLLY
N r Y : GUARANTEED REGULATION
SAMUEL FRIEDMAN, INC.
. '" "..'.A-..
(Direct dfrom Scotland
Pullovers tnd Cardigans
in white, black and all
Sweaters and Jacket-Sets
(exactly as illustrated)
WOOL SKIRTS ... jiom
No. 22-0 Central Ave.
Join Our .Merchandise. Club
No. l-0 .Tivoli Art.
I' Phone 2-2124.,
, e .Use Our. Lay-Away Plan. -4 ..
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TBS fANAMA AMERICAN AM, INDEPENDENT DjULX NEWSrATEE J; t
i. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY tt, 19(7
Social and Otierwide
.Hunt QnqamtnunU, Mam.
li. Ml. II
Jft mil M MUM y Mn
2-0740 r 2-074 f Utw 9:00 10 m.m. mlf.
; p ;
4! x.it &.jf i v I
cred Heart Chapel in Ancon held
us regular moninly meeting in the
social nau at 7:3U p.m.,. Tuesday,
luuowlng recitation of tae rosary,
, After a short-business meeting,
refresnments were served by Mrs.
(Jeeuia Waldorf, Airs. Vivian Hay
del and Mrs. Maria Days. A 1 s or Mrs. Jones
attending the meeting were Fath
er Michael Wye, C. At., Rector,
Helen Barreti, ; President; Joan,
Cartotto, Vice-president, Maria de
fla -Guardia. iieasurer, and Mar-
L...i if t.- i i i.j :
filo Maria Meriwether,- M act)
Gouiet,. Molly Edmondson and wu
Hartley, SFCi and Mrs Frederick,
SFC nd Mrs. Crlss M-Sgt. and
Mrs, Barsi,- Mr, Gilberts; Brown,
Mrs. Rita Gomez, Mrs.- Lee Hun Hunter,
ter, Hunter, Sp-3 and Mrs. Bleckert, and
Mrs. Agnes Stallings from Dal Dallas,
las, Dallas, Texas, who Is visiting Sgt. and
"'After the Installation the group
attended the dance at the club.
Candidates For Scholarship i
Should File Applications
Candidates for the 1957 1 Scholar
ship Award by the Caribbean Col College
lege College Club must file their, appli applications
cations applications this month with Mrs. J. F.
Meehan of Margarita.
PRETTY DANCER AT AREY'S PARTY-Utifls Marjorie Smith, daughter of Mr and Mrs. J.
Bortipv smith of Diablo Helehts, dances for an appreciative audience at the home or Mr.
wniiam J&rey Jr. lit 1 teft-to rlt e shown Cmdr. Bollrar Vallarino Miss
S rMarHUatte? Governor William E Potter, Presint Ernesto de la Guardia and
Jaime de la Guardia Jr. of Panama's Ministry ot Foreign Relations.
PRESS, PUBLIC INFORMATION PEOPLI INJOY
WrriT AT AREY'S; PRESIDENT DROPS IN
ThHidg. Road hm. f Mr. W,llim G. Ar.y, Jr., Public lrtf.rmt!o Officer for the Panama C..l
was Hi. hm 'la r.iflht of a tl.ioy.bl. buff.t 9.v. for n.w.p.p.r publh., .drtort, forogn eorr.spond eorr.spond-m
m eorr.spond-m mnd MMMiiH MrMniMl of th. P.n.m. and Unil.d St.t. aov.rnni.iirs.
?4Tt!ZZo Jr.. dropp.d in; and Gov. Willi. E. P.M.r w.. on h.nd to ,r..t h.m
and rha othor guesH. . ,. Hl. (jj
A gala atmosph.r. w.i cre.t.d by tn. preionc. V""" T". ".T "
d.nri, torn. Panamanian, ohr North American,
of whom join.d in.
NCO Wives' Club -N
The Ft. 1 Gulick NCO Wives' Club
held their semi-annual installation
Danquet in the Ballroom i
CluD Saturday evening. ;
. M-Sgt. Robert Spenco served as
master of ceremonies.
The newly elected officers ; for
the coming teim are: rresiaeni,
Mrs. Hester Hartley; vice-i'rdi-dent."
Mrs. 'Francis Gilbert; Secre-
tar. Mrs. Viola Hirn, Ireasurer,
Mrs. "Josephine Orsini; Board ; of
uovernors, Mrs. vena vuiaa, mm,
Betty .Townsend, Mrs. lrmgard
Morrison, and Mrs. Alice Stacho Stacho-wi&ko
wi&ko Stacho-wi&ko !- 5 1
The retiring officers were' Pres
ident, "Mrs, Nancy Johnson i Vice
President, Mrs. Connie Hosking;
Secretary.' Mrs. Connie Jones: chanty' held last Thursday at
' ... .1 v i j i r ,t
treasurer, Mrs. Jessie Hess; jjoaranamingo uiuo, xioaman hihi
- Funds for the Scholarship will
be raised at the annual Penny So Social
cial Social to be held on Saturday eve-
of the ining, April fft at the Hotel Wash
i Seniors of Cristobal High School
are eligible for the scholarship
which is being awarded for : t h e
fifth year by the College Club.
Mrs," Meehan is chairman of the
scholarship committee, assisted by
Mrs. W. T. Clute and Mrs. J. M.
Purvis Jr.! -, .
Contribute, To Success
Of Charity', Binge
The Have a Heart Bingo for
chanty' held last Thursday at the
T hair music and dsncat. ent.rtaintd th. gu.iti, soma
Mr. And Mrs. Harry Casktr
At Golf Heights
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Casler en entertained
tertained entertained last night' with cocktail
buffet at their home at Golf
Several ouUof-town guests, attend attend-d
d attend-d including Mr. and Mrs. J. Wil William
liam William Herron. who are houseguests
of Atibasiadoran Mrs. Juian K.
Harrington. Thr Herrons arc from
Potomac, ,Wary land-.
Rafurn To Atlanta
Mrk. Susie Kate McCarty, and
Miss Orella Crowe of Atalnla,
Georgia, who were guests since
Feb. 1 12 of U.S. Marshal and Mrs.
Joseph Kindaid of Ancon, left by
slanei yesterday en route to their
as Public Relations Officer of the
Panama Canal Government.
A linen shower tea was held at
the Army-Navy Club on Friday for
Mrs. D. F, Haggerty, iThe former
Teresa Hirt) whose marriage took
place recently. Hostesses were Lo
la Coppenbaver and Helen Mey
ers: other guests were the bride s
mother Mrs. D, Arce, her youug
Ldaugbter Cathy Hirt, Murrell Mit-
chusoin, Marta aosa, Kutn Letter,
Lolita LaRocca, Doti Hoch, Olga
Varela. Mercedes "Arosemena, s-
Iter Valdes, Sylvia LeMaster Blan-
ca Fisher and Zella Wilson.
McCarty is Mr. Kinkaid's
Mr. And Mrs. Alexander
Arrive From Raleigh, N. C.
Mr. and Mrs. Allen Alexander ar arrived
rived arrived yesterday morning from Ra Raleigh,;
leigh,; Raleigh,; North Carolina.
Mr. Alexander will assist Mr.
William J. Arey Jr. in his work breakfast with the hostesses.
Come As You Are
Miss Sue Cotton and Carla Mee Meehan
han Meehan entertained with a come as
Mr. Donald Ponder
Of Sigma Phi
Mr. Donald Fonder, eldest son of
Mr. and Mrs. W. Weigle Jr. of
Margarita, was recently elected
Secretary' of Sigma Phi Epsilon
Fraternity, Gamma Chapter. Mr
Ponder was an active naval re
servist following his graduation
from Cristobal High School in 1953,
"arid is af present a sophomore at
.Mississippi oouinem oucge wihtc
he is majoring in foreign trade.
Recently he pinned Miss Janet
Curry,, who is also attending' Mis Mississippi
sissippi Mississippi Southern College and who
is affiliated with blgma bigma sor
ority. Miss Curry was presented
as 'Little Sister at the Annual
Presentation Dance sponsored by
the Sigma Phi Epsilon on Friday
16th of this year.
'Death Of A Salesman'
The next production of the Thea
ter Guild, "Death of -a Sales Sales-min
min Sales-min will nnen Mnnrinv at fl n m
1 I I A i 1 I J . 1
you are Dreaia m ine oume uii Reservations may be made by cau-
Carla'a parents, Capt. and MrS.jng Mrs. Hoyle from 1 p.m. to 8
J. Finley Meehan, in Margarita. p,m, at 2-1513.
About fifteen young guests arrived;
during the morning in various Rosary Altar Society
types of sleeping attire to ha ve Holds Monthly Mooting
The Rosary Altar Society of Sa-
Our Charming Songstress
1a bock again!!
whose debghtful rendering of
old and new, Latin and American
favorites has made her so well known!
Again singing nightly wfri
CLARENCE MARTIN'S ORCHESTRA
in our aircondirioned
BELLA VISTA ROOM
Do your wrekend entertaining the gracious, effortless
"El Panama way"! Bring your guests to .our beautiful
SUNDAY EVENING BUFFET
from 6:30 p.m. in the starlit patio.
Musk by CLARENCE MARTIN'S ORCHESTRA
Lucho Azcarrsga at the organ
$330 p. person
i fiNALS THIS SUNDAY OF THE
2nd ANNUAL El Panama
I NFL TENNIS CHAMPIONSHIPS
Prize -donated by Panama Insurance Co.
ill be awarded to 'winners during Buffet.
It's cheaper than you think at
of Governors. Mrs. Candy Gardner.
Mrs, Ursula Spence, Mrs. Francis
Crllbert. and-Mrs. Lee Hunter.
Mrs. Nancy Johnson, retirina
presiaent, presented tne uavel to
Mrs. "Hester hartley, the new pres
Guests of Honor were Col. and
Mrs. Perez. Lt. Col. and Mrs. Mav.
cnapiain, and Mrs. Arms, and M
sec. ana Mrs. Jt ore.
Tne' Ballroom was- decorated in
the Valentine motif and the mem
bers and their guests were seated
at a U-shaped table decoratel
with eenterpieces of red and white
carnations and green foliage
Those attending were SFC and
Mrs. Duncan, Mr. and Mrs. Hol Hol-lenbaugh,
lenbaugh, Hol-lenbaugh, M-Sgt. and Mrs. Gard
ner, M-Sgt. and Mrs. Hess," Sgt.
and Mrs. Hosking, SFC and Mrs.
Orsini. M-Sgt. and Mrs. Johnson,
Sgt. and Mrs. Maengen, M-Sgt.
and Mrs. Sanderson, M-Sgt. and
Mrs. Spence, SFC and Mrs. Gil Gilbert,
bert, Gilbert, Sgt. and Mrs. Jones, SK-1
and Mrs. Stachowiak, M-Sgt. and
Mrs. Townserid, Sgt. and Mrs. Kil Kil-lip,
lip, Kil-lip, SFC and Mrs. Morrison, M M-Sgt.
Sgt. M-Sgt. and Mrs. Rodriguez, Sgt. and
Mrs. Place, M-Sgt. and Mrs. Vi Vi-nas.
nas. Vi-nas. SFC and Mrs. Hirn, Sgt. and
Mrs. Van Pelt, M-Sgt. and Mrs. in Panama today
Station, sponsored .by the Naval
Officers' Wives' Club was a great
success, due to the efforts of hard
working club members and to
the following firms' and indivi individuals
duals individuals who donated prizes: Jhan-
gimals, Slims, French Bazaar,
Eastern star in Colon: Lum's Rho
das, Cyrnos, Boyd' Bros., Casa
Fastlich, Felix Maduro, ofercu ofercu-rios,
rios, ofercu-rios, Sun of India, Solomons, Ma Ma-durito,
durito, Ma-durito, Ricardos, Dagmar's, Fried Friedman's,
man's, Friedman's, Hahiti. Ferial. Motta's,
Tivoli Travel Agency, Casa Gill,
Morrisons, Duran Cafe, El Pana Panama
ma Panama Hotel, Bazaar Hindustan; A-
bernathy's, Duran Licores, Z i g-
Zag, untmor, Louis r. Glud, Tro Tro-picana.
picana. Tro-picana. International Jewelers.
Royal Crown cola, Atlas Gardens,
and Sky Chef in Panama City, and
to Mrs. John D. Andrew and Mr
IIS' ff" r I
" (-'4 $ S t ...
4 O.," f r f i I .,i.tr-i n,,,, -irn i no-rnTiiL- 1 o.t.jf -.j
DRAWING DOOR PRIZl Raar Admiral Claranca L. C. Atkaion ii drawing for dofprii at tin HAVI
A HEART BINGO for charity, hald Feb. 1 4 -at the F lamlaga Club, Redman Naval Statiwt. Naldlng the
bowl is Mrs. Georgo Carroll, arasident of the Naval Offltar Wiyet Club. Mrt, H. At. Maatala is taluag -one
of tha winners, Mr. Robert Griffin, when to collect his prise i in the lacftflrauad en the riaht are CaL :
George. Carroll. USMC, and Capt. David Hayes. U$MC. ' ,
Wives Tour Panama
The Naval Officers' Wives' Club
tourned Panama preceding i t s
luncheon held Tuesday at the U U-nioti
nioti U-nioti Club. Two private homes
were graciously opened to the Club
to snow tne modern trend in living
The first, the
home of Dr. and Mrs. Manuel Gon Gonzalez
zalez Gonzalez Ruiz exemplified the sdr
ciousness acquired by the use of
glass partitions between living
room and terrace, and the conve convenience
nience convenience to family living of a ground
floor dwelling. (This home won
the Panamanian architects' award
for the best modern home of 1956).
The second home was the pent
house of Mr. and Mrs. Cam Ho
Quelquejeu in the Edificio TJrraca
The "home with the view" and its
modern furnishings, nearly all of
which were of local construction,
were in perfect harmony.' The tour
was completed with visits to the
Presidencia and the Church of the
Golden Altar. .
Following the lunch of the Union
Club's famed Arroz Con Polio, the
business' meeting .was. presided o-
rge CarroU. jShe'n f' ; j
Cocne Beginning :
Af YMCAMsrch 4
.. is i:
ver by Mrs. Giorge Carroll.' She
tnanicea an the
worked so hard
est fund raising drive for charity
such a success, New-, members,
Mrs. A. de Stwolinska, Mr. K. J.
Knauer,. and Mrs. Elmer M oo re
were introduced. The following
stateside visitors were welcomed
as guests: Mrs. Frances Turek of
Mrs. J. H. Dowlen." Mrs. R. w.
Huntington and Mrs. R. W Hod
kins of Mrs J. A Eastwood, Mrs
E. C. Barnes of Mrs. J, E. John Johnson,
son, Johnson, Mrs. E. W. Rodiman of Mrs
W F. Rodiman, -Mrs Leon Spen Spencer
cer Spencer of Mrs T F. Ryan,; Mrs. R.
E. Long of Mrs. F E Scott, Mrs
a Koch of Mrs. A St. Aneelo.
and Mrs, WiUiam I Sebilllnger of
Mrs. Charles T Warrmer., ;
- "t -it 'J-1 MivA4je ' I ' t'-J ,Jf'' f 1 0
(CONTINUED ON FAGK. IH
Sotino will carry you smoothly,
thru the ironingi hburiE
5 rVfS -J
mi i i mi i iw1k.
Mrs. Pai Morjran will .begin
new course In' flower arrange--ment
at the-, Balboa YMCA-USO
on Monday,. March 4 it 9 a.
m. Irr the past there have hMn
evening and morning classes
running- simultaneously, b u t
there, wljl. be only; a mornlnf
class at this time And1 an eve- -nlng
course 'after this one,; is
There J will r.be efeht -weaklv
lessons covering: a wide ranr-
of subjects auch as baalc-desiorn
and color harmony," "cut .flower
arrangements-: fruits,, vegetables
and seed, in design; dried and
ixoUe material;- Easter arrange- v
ments; corsages (& leis. ,ul
' Mrs, Morgan ha! ttught thb '
sand -during Several years-ot'
teaching- In the Art of Flower, ;
Arrangement with' special m
pharis- on tropical attterlaJa.''-:'
-While this- elas Is Tn with
out charfs to -thf-'Vubiic, thnst :
rrho wl. t ti en";. 1 1 1:
teglttei :in ndvance, ty tiiione.i
mail or in eron at the Bal
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Eliminatos t ticking,
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clean longer, and small divinely fresh I '' . v
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It was a treat day when
mother discovered Heinz
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were thrilled with its rich,
creamy flavor and mother
got compliments galore. Now
she makes a host of delicious
dishes with Heinz Cream of Tomato Sovp and
everybody raves about them!
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FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 22, 1957 ' ' f -. 3 FAXAMA AMKRICAW t AW '(PyDEflWPENT J, PAH.T" WEWSFATCTt ,; J
, FAGX FTTB
Order wf D Molay iv"
Held Npfl-Offiete Nights Nights-Pacific
Pacific Nights-Pacific Chapter, Order. rf.De rf.De-Molay
Molay rf.De-Molay u holding Kon-Officer- night
on Wednesday evening; Fb 27, at
7:15 p.m. at the Balboa Scottish
Rite Temple. All Master Masons
Pacific? Navy Wives
Plan Trla Te Barro"
' The regular monthly business
British Socialist i
Objects To Bermuda
As M?efnff. Site
LONtXr;.Feb.- 22 XUP) A
socialist member of parliament
demanded" today v thati iPrime
M i n i r Harold Maomillan
rhanee" -the site of his. conf er-
nr with President Eisenhower
from Bermuda "In view f "the
widespread racial discrimina
tion practiced n- -the' .colony.-;
1 u Kenneth Robinson.' outspoken
Laborite critic of racial policies
in : some. Britsh colonies. Intro
duced a formal tootion for. Mac
mlllan to answer Tuesaay.
This'- was the -first compJamt
a innt. Rermuda'a eholee.
which pleased practically all
Briusn newspapers at wov-juc-cause
It is British territory.
Macmlllan said at the time his
March.. 21 meeting: .with Eisen
hower was announced .that Ber
muda was 4hr president' own
suggestion.- v; .j.; ;,
Mr. ElsenHower'jrf decision: to
com to Brltlsn temiory ior wie
talks had" been. Interpreted here
as a move -tobolster-the- new
Prlme-Mlriis.tef t, prestige: ; r
-t.-X i : ; Kirm.
: .i iksa i eiepaow i
ACTRESS DIES Martk Tor
en, 31; Swedish stage, and screen
ctress died la Stockholm of -a
rare brain .dIsease.?,Mls.Toren
was the wife of playwright Leon Leonardo
ardo Leonardo Bercovlci." They v .have a
four-year-old. daughter, Chris Christina.
tina. Christina. T ) t l
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i:r xO SmithrCofona
Vr rS' m-lectkic
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Meeting of the Pacific Navy Wives'
Club was held Monday evening in
the community room at tfys Coco Coco-li
li Coco-li Clubhouse.
Irene Rlehle was .. elected" wel welfare
fare welfare chairman and Helen Birth Birthright
right Birthright chairman of the welcoming
committee. Plans were completed
for a trip to Barro Colorado to be
taken in March.
Mrs. Betty' Emory was pledged
as a new member.'
Hostesses for the evening were
Mrs. Shirley Sass, Mrs, Betty Tel Tel-lefsen
lefsen Tel-lefsen and, Mrs. Mary Holland. :
Bridge Winners J ,"A
At Tivoli i
Winners of Monday ni h t's
Bridge tournament at the-Tivoli
npst House were; first. Mr. Zold-
lieu HU nil. DvvVUU
1 1I 1 mjr U;l. eannJ Tiff
Mrs. Moore, uura, nv ana Mrs.
J., B.onn. . i ; 4
Each eotica for incltttioa in this
column hould ba aubmittae' ie
,rypa-written form and mailed oe
' 'the box number lilted daily in 'Se 'Serial
rial 'Serial and Otherwise,"! er delivered
by hand to the office. Neticea of
maatinga cannot be accepted by
. telephone 5 j y :
Natural Hiitirv 1 J
Soeiatv Meeta Wednesday
t The 261st meeting of the Socie
ty will be held at the Q o r g a s
Memorial t.aoora(ory. ranama ka-
Iv. atS p.m.. Wednesday.' Feb. 27.
The sDeaker of the evening will
bei Dr.: ,Cajl ,B.;-Koford who1 will
speak "on the subject ''White ac
e?, Black Tails, and Blue Grama.'
.. For tie information of new mem
hr unHtthoRft- who' were on' leave
when Dr.,Koford spoke to the So-1
cietv last. SeDtember.- Be Rest
dent Naturalist of Barro -Colorado
island., succeeding James Zetek
who. retired last June. Dr Koford
attended the Universitv of Califor
nia,- Berkeley where jie. received
his JB.s.:, uoresKryjana rai v.
rznnlopvV- He is best known for
his monograph on the, California
uonuor. jiuuiicawun ; iwku vu
three years of field i work,'; Later
he lived for two years in Peru
and Chile while making studies ox
vicuna, tinamous,- and ; other ani
mals. More recently ne completed
a vaf of work on the relations 'oi
prairie dogs to grazing on the
prairie dogs that Dr. Koford will
.n..k Thi l.Mnr. -win ..hm flliiiu
trated with 35' nun Kodacflrome
slides. v" t
Members may, lnyittuuests ;
floirp.eJHiaaj' wiiswaa v.S ' n
Chnrclr Meets Tuesday 1
' The Women's Auxiliary-of the
Margarita Union Church-will hold
its February meeting on,; Tues Tuesday,'
day,' Tuesday,' at 7:30 p.m,. in tho church
vestry. ?ryZ'"' '- .;.-
An excellent program ,nas been
planned, with RevJ Pil Olander,
pastor of the Margarita U n i o n
Church as' the devotional leader,'
Mrs. E. N. Bissett will be the
guest speaker, using "Missionaries
II meiKO utr unog. "...
All members of the church and
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CAROL atoo playt the -planolii-:tbe-BaIberBar
, 1 pa te 1 jb. SnJvTaesw WadV. Thaw
NEW OFFICERS OF EPISCOPAL WOMAN'S AUXILIARY New officers of the Episcopal Wom Woman's
an's Woman's Auxiliary get together In the garden of St. Luke's Cathedral during' the- current. Nine Nineteenth
teenth Nineteenth Annual Meeting of the organization. From left to right Miss Claire Ogden, secretary,
Mrs. Vlrginia'Peterson.i' president,-Mrs. Owendollrie Shirley treasurer,- Mrs. Eulean : Harris,
first vice president, and Mrs.1 Miriam Perkins, second vice president. .
Missionary Work Featured
Hoy;- Cciruificu: CAtfc
'r firsU missfohary confer
ence of the Curundu Protestant
Church JwiU 'begin this eunaay
at; 11- a.m, -when 5Pastor Leldlg
wCll be brlmrinsf -the mlssage.
"No Harvest t Without .Sowing.
Sunday,; evening ; line message
will be.' "Great In Missionary
VlMoaNwlth ,the showing of : the
ri m "Heiorft' ine janrvesi. n
color Tjnm- of "missions hi: Brazil.
; Wednesday .missionary work
nfm h nresented hv New'Ttlbes
missionaries. Rey. JpeiJenklns
head of New? TrJDes wwk neri
In Panama 'Win rf m.cnBxne
of presenting their wonc. -,Tne
Wbrk of the Sudan-IhteWor Mls Mls-inn
inn Mls-inn Inreest faith mission with
over 1200 misstonarlea,' s serving
In'. Africa,1 will also be present presented
ed presented F?lms -and slides 1 will be
shown -of Ifoer work. ''
-Thursday evenlng' -at 7 -p-. m
kv Vlrcll Oerber of" Costa Rl
ca will Tireseni ;v -. wora; w
LEAL. LEAL IS : (UierBiura
va neilha-' nsir. America Latina)
for latin America. Rev. Gerber
If Co-Cidtotc. J
Monary work. The .worlP : of
HOXO- will present -their s work
. I M IUa 411m.
"Mid-Centunr i : Martyis," .This
film is narrated by 4 Dr. Clarence
Jones rand'.RobertVSavage It
shows thei errorts .or tne nve
martyred men, Jim Elliott, Nate
Doctors" Wlvee Club) V C
Will -Hold -luncheon & ; .
,.The : Doctors' Wives'Club 'will
hold their monthly ; 'meeting this
Wednesday, at the American Le
gion Chip, ton Amaaor,- a win
be a luncheon- at' 12:30,- Members
are reminded -to- bring ie m 1 e
books anljejly glasses,
from Inidnlght to
MUSIC by Jho CAROL
1 Nftfhicap on-the-house
k- V ' 5
i Nol AUTO JIOBlii'ROW. fTeL 2-2010.
Saint'.' Ed McCully, pete Flem
lng, and Roger Youdertan, ; to
reach the Auca Indians, of the
jungle sof Ecuador.. The pictures
are original pictures taken ;.by
the martyred missionaries.
Friday evening tne wont -r oi
uuacnapaii Mission' wora oi xne
Methodist cnurch- win be pre
sented by Rev. and Mrs.- Charles
o. Butler. Tne same evening tne
work ."of the Central American
Mission will be shown and told
by Rey.tKen; Bassltt.' Rev,-Bas-sitt
is In charge of the work' of
their mission here in Panama-
Saturday"' will ;:'be v day of
nraver for" the church and
Christian for the work of mis
sions, missionaries,; and needs
of Panama and the world. -Saturday
evening- at 7:00 will- be
a ,Youth Rally and the ahowim
of the film "O For A Thousani
Tongues"? This film is in color
ana is tne wors: or wycurie bidio:
Translators. .' Mr. Larry Mont'
itomery 1 one of the pilots who
does the. flying in the filnv
Bunaay. March a the Rey Vir
gil Gerber f Costa ; Rica will
bring, the ., morning message.
Sundar evenlnr Dr.. "Don P.
Shldler, President of the Gospel.
Missionary rUnlon,: with jhead jhead-ouarters'
ouarters' jhead-ouarters' in Kansas City,' w 1 1 1
bring the evening message. Miss
Linda' Rimer v and Miss Helen
Goertzen wlll present the 'work;
of the Gosper Missionary Union.
Tne' tneme oi'tne Missionary
conference of the corundu
Protestant Church Is "Speed the
Light." Special music, -display
tables,-, literature, and the r
things of missionary Interest
wlu-be presented throughout: all
tne conference. A nursery-' is
provided for, those- wno wish td
bring their children- to these
services, winch, start at 7. p m
of our BALBOA' BAR f
at 4:30 sum-
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;m nagana Iran f
FISHING and HUNTING
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Suez Says Envoy
WASHINGTON, Feb. 22 (TJT)
John. Hay Whitney, new U. S.
ambassador to Britain, said today
he believes that Anglo-American
relations have improved "materi "materially"
ally" "materially" since the Suez crisis.
Whltrwv whn leaves toriav
I for his post in London, said he
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nopes mat .-uimgs wui continue
in that direction." He conceded
it would take "hard work and
Rood will" to reestablish "confi-
denpe ri8nt dow11, e line."
Whitney made -the comments
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v. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY Jf 2,1951
MOVIES TV MDO
t clusively Yours: Another teen-age careless Years," a movie about
idql, just-turned-18 Sal Mineo, bas the teen-age problem of marriage
i registered for the draft, but he's vs. free love. In March he will be
hoping to avoid hamming it up ro ol legal age to collect a big trust
special service wnen ne geis uieiiuna savea trom his earnings from
1 fl fust don't dig this special
teervice," the young heart throb
rteld me on the set' of his starring
? movie "Dine" at Allied Armas
I "I hope I land in the engineering
Sal's new film, with Susan Kohn-
1'er; i sort of juvenile "Many
the story of a teen-age misfit
who discovers happiness in first
love, "it's a hopeful and not a
Idownbeat teen-age story." Produc-
.r Bernice Block says. "The PTA
S will be delighted. We show teen teen-Si
Si teen-Si agers as humans and not as mons monsters."
p: NOW IT'S Mamie Van Doren
' wiggling it up like Elvis Presley.
I They're desrlbing her "Rolling
stone" Jock 'n' roll, song and and-idance
idance and-idance number in "Untamed
Youth" as "Around a Camera in
M Movements." How many move movements
ments movements the censors will permit still
is a puzzler, though. The dance ii m
' untamed, says Mamie, d e c a u s e
when I belt a song I just have
to wiggle my hips.'
" Like they've, been doing to EI
vis on TV lately, the cameras cut
-Mamie at the waist in some "pro "protection"
tection" "protection" shots just in case the
censors yell "No."
sucn. films as "The Boy With
Green Hair," "Anchors Aweigh,"
and "The Green Years."
He has an amazing resemblance
to Jimmy Dean, which he resents.
"I can't help how I look," he
THIS IS HOLLYWOOD. Mr.
Jones: Since taking flute lessons,
Tony Curtis tacked this sign on
his dressing room door on the
-aweet smell of Success" set
"Have flute and cobra will
Not in the Serint: Boh Hnn.
bout his old films headed for TV
"I'll be on so manv channels :
can switch the dial and watch my
The Witnet: Steve Rowland, 21,
Is playing Stewart Granger's son
in "Gun Glorv." but he's tiiitn
Dais hp 'jo run 17 "W'- ,,
he laughs, "to keep Mr. Granger
as young as possiDie."
WONDER BOY Since his
split with his partner, Dean
Martin, comedian Jerry Lewis,''
above, has -set some sort of
snow business record. When
teams split up, the individuals
almost never achieve much sue
cess 1 as solo performers. But
Jerry, setting night-club at attendance
tendance attendance records, has proved a
bigger draw by himself than be 1
ever did with Martin. .
Eyebrows soared in WashinoMn
when Ethel Merman sang on the
same bill with lily Pons during a
special inaugural festival pro program.
gram. program. "They didn't know," They
confided to Bill Lundingan. TV's
Climax host, "that I can give eith
er iong-nair or a crew-cut per performance
To Be Shipped Soon
Affer Strike Delay
Nat "King" Cole's again deny denying
ing denying the rumorland buzz of a seri seri-I
I seri-I ous illness. In Hollywood for his
: first straight acting role in "Chi "China
na "China Gate," preparing for a new
' night-club tour and doing bis week weekly
ly weekly NBC-TV show, the King told
; "This continuing rumor is ridi-
culous and I wish it could be
' squelched once and for all. How
could I possibly m a i n t a i n the
schedule I have if I were ill or on
j .the verge of illness?"
r'' mt.Kia STAiTlWn StnAwellVrT, .'A. 22 (UP)
I &D mJSJffi: 1 Are. Embassy, told U n i t e t
. J V. t-ijt VI
me Argentina paintings' collection
to Argentinaxhad been postponed
because ol the dock strike in New
Arrangements wfiT be m a d e
shortly to ship the collection aboard
the steamer Rio Jarful from New
York. Meanwhile, the collection
remains in storage, ready for ship
ment, at one National Gallery of
Art in Washington.
"According to an earlier plan,
they would have been sent to Bue
nos Aires Ob the steamer Riq u u
Platan 4 Ws V
e plot of a teen-age movie titled
' fRebel With a Cause." After 12
fears of big-time stardom, Dean,
; paw almost 21, disappeared from
i jlolly wood. Hiding his identity, he
enrolled as George StockweU at
lb University of California.
J After a year he decided college
t Irasn't for him, a a d for three
fears,: he told ae:
, w fust bummed around the
i aevnrry worxing a? oa ions, Try-
tna) te find myself. No, I did no
icnB." "t,r vas..,- h I
C lut ;acting finally' lnred him
pack, t Movietown, and now, un un-i
i un-i efiepntrac'f JSarl Douglas' film.
Diane Jacobs Named
Balboa High Senior
Miss Diane Jacobs, the highest
ranking senior at Balboa, High
Scttool with a grade point average
of 4.000, has been the recipient of
several honors in the past sever several
al several honors in the past several
weeks. Her grade point average
represents a grade of "A" in all
work done during her high school
Diane is a finalist for the Na
tional Honor Society Scholarship.
This is the first time a Balboa
High School student has reached
this achievement. Diane is one of
1309 honored out of a possible 61v
000 students of the United States'
who were in competition.
Diane is also a finalist for the
Merit Scholarship award for 1957.
She -shares this distinction with
other seniors Melinda Marshall,
Carol perantie, Marcia Lewis, and
Joe Pustis. It is expected that they
will be notified within a few weeks
of the outcome of the aptitude
test taken January 12.
Balboa High School is very
proud of the Senior Class of 1957.
Members of the class have accom accomplished
plished accomplished much and have received
recognition in the various compe competitions
titions competitions for scholarships. Diane Ja Jacobs'
cobs' Jacobs' Is especially assured of m
Of Africa Mission
Dn Don P. Shidler, director ? of
the Gospel Missionary Union,
frequent speaker attthe First Bap Baptist
tist Baptist Church of Balboa Heights, is
returning once again with tne la
est mission reports of mission
work w Africa.
At the 6:30 p.m. training union
hour he will tell of his latest trip
to the field, and show his recent
pictures of African work. At the
7:30 evangelistic hour he will
bring the message in the absence
of Pastor William H. Beeby who
opening a weeK S jjidio confer
ence in the Jsthmian Baptist
Church oSQr'Utobal on Sunday
mgnt at 7p.m
Dr. Shidler was for manv vears
me pastor oi a baptist cnurcn
In Kansas Clty.Vintil called upon
to near tne uospei missionary u
nion which has missionaries in
cuador, Colombia.! Panama, Can
la, Alaska, and Africa. He is at
tresent on an inspection visit of
.he work in thi area.
Shidler will sneak on Monday
night at 7:30 to tfie Men's Broth-i
erhood. and show the pictures of
the work in Alaska. All men are
urged to be present for the men
Pastor Beeby will occupy 'the
pulpit in. the morning service at
10:40, beginning a series of ten
sermons on the book of Ruth. The
opening sermon is entitled, "The
Tragedy of Departure from: God."
During tne morning, worship, hour
ueacon Kooert bnyder will preach
the' sermon to the boys and" eirls
in Children's ChapeL Nurseries are
provided for children under six.
You May Soon Be
Entering Your Car
Through The Roof
FORT WAYNE, Ind., Feb. 22
(UP) Motorists will enter 'cars
byway of sliding roofs In a few
years, a FOrd Motor Co., engineer
Cars 52 inches high, compared
with the 56 to 61-inch height of
todays models, were
within 10 years.
Victor G. Raviolo. director of
advanced study and eneineerinsr
researcn tor rord, said new ways
of entering these lower cars may
be by sliding roofs, tilting cano
pies or butterfly doors. He spoke
at a, dinner meetlnsr climaxlnsr
national engineer s weeK.
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, Today, Friday, Feb, X
4:00 Feature Review
4:30 What'a Your Favorite (ra-
quests taxeo by phone
:35 What's Your f t o r 1 1
6:00 Alien jackson Commen-
: 15 BLUB RIBBON 6PORT8
kjeview (Pabst Beer)
:30 Top Tunea of tb Week
7:00 Thirty Minute Theater
7:30 VOA Report from V-B.
1:00 Music By Roth
:3d Short Story Theater
9:00 You Asked For It. (re (re-'
' (re-' quests taken -by bhona
10:30 Cavalcade of America
11:00 Jaza Till Midnight
12:0SisQ Oft' ;
EXTEND INVITATION TO IKJi President Elsenhower meets with two coeds, Lucy Bender- V
eon, U, and Thelma Bruce (right), 20, -after finishing- 18 holes of golf at Thomasville Ga.
The girls are atudente at, Valdosta, state CoUege ln.Valdosta, Oa.; and came to TliDmaavlllii
to extend an Invitation to the Chief Executive for their "Homecoming" of Feb. 15 ;' t.w-.
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Tomorrow, ) iatorda, Feb. ; 23
AJU ;, 1:
6:00-Sint Ob Alarm clock
' Club (requests taken
oy pnone till 7:00)
7:30 Jazz Salon ......
A:1S The Christopher!
:oo Newt .-
9:13 Bonjour Mesdamea
:30i-Parla Star Tuna
10:06 Spina And NeedlM (ra
quest taken by phone
11:30 Journey lata Space
rji. : -.
13:05 Luncheon Aluslo
12:30 New Tun Time
1:15 Serenade In Blue
1:30 Wayne King Serenade
2:00-Old New Orleans
2:18 Rhythm And tUasoa
3:aoyrarla Ctw Tine
3:0a--Ccneert On The Man
J:30 Music for Saturday
4:00 Feature nevlew
d.-JOWbafe your morite 'ftti
ni 5uests taken by phone
1:30 Newe i. ' v
o:3-What's your F a t ar I te
i (cont'd) i
6:00 Quest star
:18-BLtm RIBBON SPORTS
KKVxcw paoat Beer) ;
:3fl Manhattan Melodiaa
: De It Yourself -7:00
7:30 VOA Report tram' OA"
:00-Baturday Nlfht xmndai
'l Party 1 ;
:30 Bducatlnr Archie
t: oo Your Hit parade
:so Kay a Laufrh
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: '). SOUTH .ii. r.
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'jC-! East-West vol
Weir Nort East Sootb,
I Pass JAW.;
Pass, XW Double, Pass
Pass',;. Pass"'. ."'.-',,,
0irnina lead X
Little Carnival During March
10:00 Mualo From Hotel Pan-
10.-30 Owl'e Neat (renueata
taken by phone through throughout
out throughout program)
1:00 a.m. Sunday sign oft,
POPULAR NIGHT! 1
$1.10 per Cor!
gsjk kelso 1 i
FaJUi Domerrae ,.'.
THL ATOMIC MAK,
Special Attraction! 'V
ANN BANCROFT fa I
Walk The. Proud, lani I
m in icnmcoior
BlAdmlrd Happy As
2nd Phase Ends
Showing at Youe StniCt
Center Theaters Tonight
1A1BO A i
9:45, 4:31, :15, t:H
IABLO UTS. 1 :M
.uk snow io:30 pm
Xat show 1030 bial '..
"CREATURE FROM THE
yrGrrocH to Ftrrr
James Stewart Doris pay In
THE HAN KNEW TOO ATCCtt
Martin and Lewis in
TOITRE NEVER TOO TOCNC
in Vista Visioa and Coiorl
TAZA. SON OF
." i 'and.
i i OB ALIVE
tA BOCA 1-99
ANTA CRUZ 4:t5-:ae
rnr pwr machtvf
CMF BIERD 4:15-1:25
, Than tern ef the Rate Mrrn
Freak: Hands nroduce freai
result. Today's, la no exception.
. North, decided to pass over
West's ., opening bid and await
develoDmeriti. Ha. wai not vul
nerable and was. willing to bid
clubs at almost any level, u it
seemed adtiaable. The develop
ment exceeded ms expecu expecu-tlons.
tlons. expecu-tlons. Bast's spade response was
expected; but South'e Jump to
four heart esnvr aa Quite a sur surprise.
prise. surprise. So did West's Blackwood
four : no-ta-ump. After all they
were f not piayins .wltbvA ploo
chle decicV and there had to- be
settle limit- to- toe-' number oz
nigh 'cafdas '. --w
,. ,7: ;..-r.,-..7i,"f
' Korta eamd cnrt Of hldbiK and
bid six heatrc He expected to be
doubled'.' Af ter all. bow. could his
vulnerable opponents think thavj
he was doing -anything; but try
tag to- upset their applecart.
Now. came the bombshell. last
held only one aee but h' bad a
tremendous hand cenaidersnj
all the bidding. How could his
partner be lnviuna; a slam with
out two aces? cast ..bid ; nix
South aiid West nassod. North
had a sure set tar six i spades,
because a double would call for
the unusual lead' of '"diamond.
However, North, was after- blsj-j
fer game and went .to seven
etrta. Tbis wu promptly, dou
bled and It was ud to west to
lead. V r?'.r ..,-
Wesf thought Tie- ha9 a -sure
thing, sinoe it looked as if North
was defending; He w reasoned
that if North was void of any
salt k would have to be spades.
After all, if void of xllamonds he
woui4 have doubled six spades.
. Went opened the llhg of dial
manna, juia.Bouui naovna.uaa.
ble maklns; the seven hearts.
The Fort Amador Service 1 Club
bas. announced plans for a "Car "Car-riavalito"
riavalito" "Car-riavalito" little. carnival to .be
held March 5 from 8 p.m: to 11
u.nt; at the Fort'Amdor Service
i m AmeHcait glrl wffl be elected
4ueeu lor the-"Carnavalitd' anA
pri will be awarded for the best
costunre.' Advice materlar. and 1,
deas for enlisted men's costumes'
are,provMetf by the CIubl t j
, The "CarnivalHe"; th-flrt
!preet spemored by jth newlv
eraniMKt CnlisU Men's Advise
ry umeti. The cieH was
formed to, increase the sees f
rearams .at the Serviea ciuk
I; end te decide whicb erograms'
:aawaL te the majority f ebrvi
. Members o the. Council are SP3
James $ SokwaU, 4 president? ( Sp3
Harold Jeal; secretary;', Sp3 i Jo-
pn( unus; rzt, 1. wmiam Blake;
and. Pfc Peter J. Mefiro.rv ,r-
7' The ex r officio member are Sp3
Joha jstrangei Bps Joseph KilgaU
Ion; Pfe Louis Dilorio; Fvfc Charl
Albers; Pvt. William At Hubbard.1
' Tfie 1 Service CIul AirdrtArm
uve. in u AUVisory 'Council1' r
am. oewy HaDerstick, Mrs. Geor Georgia
gia Georgia Howard and Miss 'Josephine
. Details bf 'th "r:siTiWHfv ,n
be submitted to tcrapbook form to
-w juray variDoeaa prelimi preliminary;
nary; preliminary; contest to be1 eondueted by
the chief of Special Services, U.S.
Army -Caribbean and' held 'prior
to the Second. all-Army "Opera "Operation;
tion; "Operation; Service Club" contest: ..ThHij
ing for the all-Aririy content will
take place1-July'l:tiirouclit iy in
VashuigtM; lD.CT : ;;
. 'The contest consists of two ca categories
tegories categories of service club operations,
4 different subject or program be
ing used Jot each category. The
categories are 1 one. detailed ;.. pro pro-dram
dram pro-dram .Which hfll hfl rifftfasiait
and developed bjr $ Service, Club
cnusiea Men.s Aavisory council;
and a military community rla rla-tions
tions rla-tions project, to Include A deUll deUll-ed
ed deUll-ed Plan for .a recreation r, Drolttrt
developed and carried, out
Deration r with". other aMAeie
offices .46; tnot military communi-j
: Entries Submitted by Army Serv Service
ice Service Clubs must include only ma-,
; 1 j j : t.
glnning October 1, 185S, to.May 1,
The U. S.' Army Caribbean's Adr
el -thit each Service Oub in th
Panama and Antilles areas-will en- -ter
onerscrapbooh cobtamlng both.
wueguries in we preummary con contest,
test, contest, hot, later fthan: May 1."
potent panel of three judges.- Ori Originality,'
ginality,' Originality,' general interest, e f f e e
tiveness,.' appeal,' practicality and
through development of subject
matter will .be the prfmarr Points :
in the judging.'
i"' tt.T ii.i-'V"'
'Cash Prises will h ardi
the three winning entries; -.First
priie it '175; secbudprisey 1 $50;
third prize; $25. These cash awards
will be iised to imurove- the
pearance of the :respectiv Service
wud, or xor operational aids. "-
. Thevthree winning entries will
be forwarded to thr Adjutant Gen
eral to renresent this eomfriami
in the All-Army finals.' ' ?
Church Dy-Th3-5ca ;
to Ihvo 2 Scccfd
'9 V J
'TWO SDeclal Wttehmr win ti
heard at Christhurch By-the-Sea.
historic Episcopal Church on the
Atlantic side, on Sunday.
The first service on schedule is
celebration of the Eucharist at
ft a.m., followed by Mommz Prayj
er at 8:30 o'clock. ..
: At the 9 e'clocfc-j-choral- Eurhs- t
rist the sermon wilr h nroh
by the Rev. Thomas C. Schmidt, a
missionary of the Episcopal Church 1
in the Republic of Colombia, aad
at the T:30 p.m; service of mrm mrm-song,
song, mrm-song, the sermon will be delivered
by bishop. Gersld Brooks, of the
Diocese of British Honduras. ;
i Bishop Brooks Is on the Isthmus
ar guest of Bishop R. Heber Coo Coo-den.
den. Coo-den. During the session of the. 37th
annaal eonvdeation of the Panama
Canal .Zone Diocese of, tbe Epico Epico-pal
pal Epico-pal Church, and is also scheduled
to conduct a retreat -for the clergy. -His
visit to Christ Church' will bt
his only preaching engagement on
the Atlantic side. : ';;' 2
j Officiating' at iM Sunday -servfe-
es will ba the Rev. J. Peter Farm
er, rector of the parish, assisted
Infant (lrymi-kT m ntfir hav iv.nt Vtr 4K tt'UMmf A mrm
T O 0':0 .0 s o o c o
Of 'Deepfreeze II'
Feb. T22 ( UP-ialL. 5..Navy
completed Its. second phase of the
world's crestest solaK eznedifion
tndmw XlM9 LArm rimnmm1- Tint J
ek, commander of Operation Deep-.
operation.. -. r- -?
-Men- aad SMcaines overeamn. il
Nst-wnbelievable edds 4 estab
lish six International Geophysical
Year science .bases .and -a 1nval
air base. - J J
Scientists assisted by Navy- nea
are urepirtoB for a' 9ar of aciea-
itific obaervaiieae bealnniTur wben
; tbe Antarctic's lent, winter; Bigtitj
envelops ue oottom or ue worm
.to darkness Joty L .' -Five
UAl bases at tbe South
Pole, Marie Byrd Land, Pilchner
lee Shelf and Cape Hallet are in
I operation, v..,. .;-.-
Tbe big venture started last
year with "Operation Deepfreeze
i L" which -censisted mainly of pre-
(nnuslBry surveys aad construc
tion f temporary camps.
j Tbas year's "Operation Deep Deepfreeze
freeze Deepfreeze IT involved more than
ajotVNavy, Air Force, Marine and
I Coast Guard personnel and a fleet
of 12 ships and 40 airplanes.
I "This winds up a -very bsppy
eperstios," Dufek said today
shortly before the last departing
aaval forces left New; Zealand.
i e oeea tTeauy impresi j
with, ereryonc'a, performance dur-j Ii
11 (TODAY) 1 :n
: 0.olsiiws? f Hi "m 1 iisa
:5 1 L13. Z 4T. 4.41 C.as!l.4S
t: -,4:51.. :57.
I G i HGAtlT
i rv-y ... TT V. A AJt
The- stmtri) aaid stabUshaeet I
Magnificent Of All ft
of as I G Y base at tbe South Pole t Eex -r - T Ve--
wra tfwi iani ntLDj:ng
saw -w -l B W
MeA temmt mOKMm ynon J .. I sil
In... -. 7.TT I rwwnnAj,
FRIDAY, "FEBRUARY 22, 1957
TBS PANAMA AMERICA AN TNDEPFNDEWT DAILY NtWSPAPBI
total I Of 4l54 Collected ; So Far
To Aid Victim Of Throat Tumor
, THI "GOLDEN BEAR," (raining ihlp f tfi California Maritime Academy, fa fat Jalbee. waters' fod' Ska
arrived Wednetday frern Acapulce, Mexico, and will iay moorad at Pir Two North, Naval Station Rodman,
until her departure Sunday for Manianillo, Mexico. ,f The Golden Bear it a ,0$9-to training thie, ggSi feet
feat long with beam 0f 58 feet and draft of 15 feet. In addition t her regular complement, the car.
riot 40 officers and 150 cadet midihipme. Cap. R. M. G. Swany, USMS, ht tar commanding officer. ;
r f- X
1 f : ,';i:;r -v 5 V 't'i.'t Vi-;" r
1ST it. RICHARD J. IECROV (right) leotrVmtrter Trwip
, j Aitudor adminiifer the" Scout oath to rW Tndrtaot-ln, rmoniw
Mheld recently r In the 'trout 'hut ar fort" Amador.. The, four .irbo.'ca he
i." tec re iMt t right)' Welly Utley, Wade Briggf.(; partially hidden)
' Peter SehMMafcer
kiinii ummmmmmmmmmmmmmmw mmmtmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm
'BLOWING UP A 'STORM Gladfton (Bat).' Gordon (above) and hit
t Metronome combo will blow up a atom tomorrow night at the O.K.' Ami-
- go'i "No Mi Digaa" cecktaiV lounge, ht preparation- toe-thok. apoaranaoe
Vhb Franhie Lrmon and the Teenagera at the Viceroy ToMo- and-local
t hetten, In addition to aaxman Gordon, the combo it compneed of Re--'
ptrto (Dicey) Blanco, trumpet; GuiHermo Bright, piano; Sidney (WnipK
. .'. Athwood, bate, and Otter (Scoop) Wallace, dmimv (PA-C) y:
t-viA FILL YOUR NEEDS!
if iflti1. Mil
1 4:1 1 fife J
and Kenneth Brow,
S." Armv Photo)
Cvfc Scout deV It
Holds Ann! veraary Dinner v
; 'Cub Scout PacR H of Fort Kob6e
Will cdlebtat the 47th anniversa-
ty of the Boy Scoots of Arheriet
witar a iu and fold tanner toftight.
Tho dinner m bet in t o'clock.
- At the am time, the pack will
bo celeWatinj 1U own seventh an anniversary
niversary anniversary and the : 100th- blrthdav
of Sir Badea Powell, founder of
mo ecour movemenet. .-
f'-Cttett sptikw lor the iixitiet will
Dd vol. FrtDl Di MiUer, eonlmand-
lat officer of the 20U Infantry Kg-
Over 200 fcirtnW and euba Ire
expected to attend the celebration
which; wiU be held in the mess hall
Of Company ef the tm Itttin-
ay. ia. mize jonnon, commanding
ofDcerXompany C. volunteered the
use of the me,si half and company
to bake a huge birthday cake that
would be large, enough for every everyone.
one. everyone. -!ltJftfii.i-H Vr:
)mi' ,f the? mate- iyentlt M tAe
aveninff wIlL h, r.hol iartiirtirtrt,
the Webelo den organized by Maj.K King Richie Ws all decked C3Ut
Arthur Ives, la kdditioa,-ami In his tux, looking as handsome
das achievement;-award J will be
resented to the ubf .Ailai.-Bpigew
On the committee for aarange4
ments are Mrf. B. ti Spferetbere!.
A. R. Stirling Set Janjei B. Olir-i
ger, Sgt; Ennis Turner,;. Capt. H.
J Schoenfek, Maj -Tr J. R y i n,
Cfo J. J. frafa-o and Sgt. Wmiam
. A recent 'surge in -aew member
in tne fleni .of fack, IB ha made
the pack oire of1 the largest on the
Isthmus with., a, total of, 6J mem
To Talk On Cancer
Al April Hirtllere;
The cenefal nubile will bave the
oDortunitr to hear Dr2 VtiSiaii
Beinhoff, Jr associate professor
of surgery at Johns Hopkins School
ei Medicine, when he comes here
eeoakof tor Am taronrt Tntrr-
Immrig Htdlcil Conrention.
which will be held at (he Hotel' El
Panama and tbe University of Fa'
nama. Apni s, 4 and s.
Becauae of tbe widespread Inter
est in cancer of tbe lung, and pub
lic curiosity at to tbe, relationship
of smoking to this TliMase; plan
are betas made to bave Dr. Bd-
hoff appear on CFN-TV.;.
Betnnon graduated rrom' jonni
Bbokins School of Medicine Is 1919,
sad stiyed on for residency trail trailing
ing trailing in surgery. Since that was com
pleted in 1925 bet Baa' bee, tof tie
faculty with tbe Department of Sur-
gery at Hopkins except ror, tw
years. 194S, when fie wet exchange
professor of sorgery at Gny's Hoa Hoa-pfeal,
pfeal, Hoa-pfeal, Loodoa,- England, and 'ia
liS2 when be was exchange prof es ester
ter ester of inrgerye tte'Uaiveraity.
tae Phillipioes' School of Medidoc
id Manila. .
Certified br the American Beard
I of Surgery in 1S37 aa a qualified
I lM M,,M Q.'lMWAfr ......
timed bis training awl was eerti-
'fied brthe Americari Board, of TTi-.
Jrasic Surgery in 199 tf a tpetval'ist
tiili.ii III I it il
Th- first really pictorial book
covering every phaae of borne
decorating including auch spe special
cial special subjects as slip covers, and
curtains and how to make them,
is among the books placed 1 In
circulation this week by the Ca Canal
nal Canal Zone Library.
- Hi Complete Book Of Inte
rior Decorating which includes
1:135 nhotonaDha and artists'
drawings, was prepared by Mary
Derieux. well-known magazine
contributor and Isabella Steven-
con, editor of two magazines
and aft expert In the prepara
tion of easy-to-follow inatrue
tionsM ' is
The comolete list or new books
and authors announced by the
library this week follows:
Non-iiction wnen t;nuaren
Ask, JBro; The True Believer,
Hoffer; ,rrontlers of Astronomy
Hoyler Atonomlc Energy 'a' for
Your Business, Kramish; An A-
bout Small Ga Bnaines, mrvis;
Diesel Operator' Guide Jones;,
rhe Comolete Book of Cats,
Suehidorfr La 1 1 rt American
Architecture Since ihj. witcn-
cock: the Comolete Book of in
ferior DecoratlrtiTi Derienx: m.
Drink; a,hd Be Burled Stout;
Germany, Oerlzek: The Amerl Amerl-ran
ran Amerl-ran Story,' Miers, Fiction Sundays-Ilrom
Two to Six, Abaun-
za; Liza Bowe, Barker; Autumn
Oomea Isriy; Bresiw Surprise
Kndings. Christie: Fantasy ana
Fugue. Toller; 'Buffiltf !i Grass,
timber:' Madam? Solano: The
Wings of Night, Raddally VlHage
lehool, Saint: Always a i River,
Simons; Come Fill th Cup,
Wow: what a fabulous ball
that Valentine fantasy was. It
was really tops and those seniors
really can1 whip up some aanay
dances. Queen Julia, was gowned
In at flowing white dress with a
red velvet bow at torso length
and one at her bodice She had
a yelvet ewak wrucn nao snort
train ' t 1
as--eveB.i, Between ine two oi
tnem tne nau wu ju kuuuib.
the court w out f thiei World.
' The belle were Kay Hale and
Barbara Banueu, ireuuaen; axw
Haskel and Sharon DeVore,
armhomoresr Joan MmOfl and
Mary Wlchtaan, Junlora; Ltody
Karris And Lynn Jones, seniors,
The an blended Into, a beauti
ful pastel rainbow surrounding
the king and queen, v
Jo Galloway was the M.OJ
and introduced a couple of stu students
dents students pith outstanding singing
talent Helen Nita and Joe
Trower sanr T few popular hits
which sounded Very profession professional.
al. professional. To top off the entertainment,
an Mabel .and Marie Cicero did
a very Hyely tap dance. They
had on shiny ereen costumes
with a little feathered hat cock
ed on their hair.
Of tours the -one and only
Lucho AzCarraea and his or-
ohutcn. ennnllaft the mnsiC
There was aulte a variation of
dances gping on. Every once In
a while von would See a eirl fall
straight back on to the floor but
her partner, had his arms there
in the nick of time. The court
received gold anklets and King
Richie was riven a silver heart
fcer chain. There were the cutest
red and -white cupids hanomg
nil across the too of te dance
floor. Tm sure everybody agrees
that It was a great dance.- -'
Last week Mr. Carl Brown vis
ited our school to give an. hour hour-long
long hour-long talk on the career of en engineering.
gineering. engineering. It was a Tery Inter Interesting;,
esting;, Interesting;, well Informed talk. There
IS going to be a sponsored eon eon-test
test eon-test for students In the Wu and
10th grades. The one who writes
the best essay on why he wants
ta be an eneineef Will receive
The whole, school war let out
to see a very colorful and sci scientific
entific scientific movie on engineering;. I
hope the -movie and the talk
have Inspired, mora boys to be
come enRlneert. and of course
girls by all meant.
Services For lake
Jel For Monday ;::
Vnneral services for Shirley
King, who-was drowned last Mod-;
day at Cerre Axal Uk. will
held Monday at 1 p.uw at to Co- j
)Hr. Tint was ia the eomfaay.
of two sailors wkea be went rowing ;
ia the lake. The boat turned ever i
and be was drowsed. Tbe tailors'
have been absolved of any bUae
ia tbe aeridoaC I
! Mr. ring is rarrired by ki fath-!
, Harold King in Barbaidas, three
tisrt. Esmeralda Brewster, Car-'
mea Smith and Dairy Brewtter of
Panama, two brother tDtworth
ting of Paaama and Martin L.
tnA ml Jinivi and torn F.nri.
. in .. V-y.
COLON Alfred Stewart, vie- club, $5 from Las Damas Clvi Clvi-tlm
tlm Clvi-tlm of a throat tumor, was to- cas, $2 from Revistat-.Eduardo
dar awaiting-anotnerxail trom' and $3 from Victor Fongr - -the
Santo Tomas .hospital The list of contributors fol
lowing a setback in. preparations' lows:
ror hia operation recently j Amlgas de la carldad, $28;
Stewart was admitted to th-J court Brock No. 8725, $5; Flower
nospuai two weeKs ago ana iat
er released after his aoctori dis
covered that the lnatrumente
required to perform the surgery
on his tbroas were not availaoie.
Thev have been ordered and are
expected some time, during the
Meanwhile; Lta Amiga ue ia
Carldad. a community welfare
organization, which has come to
the aid of .the ailing youth by
conducting .a public appeal for
funds to defray .the coso of the
surgery, announcea yesteraay
that additional cOrttributlons
have been; received,' boosting the
total to $194.25 so xar conectea.
The latest donations to se re
ported include a $10 check from
tne inter-American wumen b
Essay Contest Boat Ride Highlight
Engineers Week Fete In
The eloslnsr date for the essay
contest being held in the Balboa
and Cristobal" Higtt ucnoois in
commemoration j of Engineer'
Week has been announced as
. The contest was Initiated last
week In both Balboa and crlsto-
Dai Hign,Bcnoow. Matye re w
be written on the subject, "What
Engineer irw ;, Has to Offer as a
Career, The essays r limited
to 500 .words and applicants
must ft tn either ? the 9th or
10th grade. A first prize of $25
and a second priie of $10 will be
awarded these winners on a live
TV broadcast over CFN-TV
Thursday evening; February 28,
between 7 and 8 pjn.
Engineers' Week, February 24 24-Mareh
Mareh 24-Mareh a. Is bernr sponsored by
the three engineering organiza
tions on the istnmus: Tne .Pan .Panama
ama .Panama Society of Engineers and
Architects,; The Panama ,6ee ,6ee-tlon,
tlon, ,6ee-tlon, society M Engineers and
Architects, The Panama section,
American society of Civil Engi Engineers,
neers, Engineers, and The Canal Zone Post,
Society of American MHltaryi
Engineers. TM week Is designed
to acquaint the publle with thellected at dinner.
ratiilHeirj i American Wife
LONDON. Feb, 32 (UP -Ronex-halred
American cover Sir!
Joanne Connelly, debutante of the
frt 1(UQ nnt tntA "mn
epileptic type, of ,flf t a cllnlc
1 w . .....
in Rome in 1954 when' she was
deprived of her Bleeping drug, a
Physician testified today. ,
vr. Hobert juaucci,. operator ot
tne clinic, said ne ordered tne
pretty, convent-educated society
girl a the drugs m jaay, is4,
to determine whether she Was
suffering: front drug poisoning.
The next morning, ne said, sne
threw "an epileptic type of fit."
Maucci was the final witness on
the third day of trial of a libel
suit broueht bv Joanne's husband.
Bolivian tin heir Jaime Ortte
PatiM, against the Losdos Sun
day Graphic.- Patino' sued the
GraohiC for "'exemplary and pun.
itlve compensation for an article
-Earlier; today, Swiss phytl-
elan.. Dr. Gerrard Savoy, testified
he bad the 26-year-old former
debutante under treatment at nis
cUme in Lausanne in 1953 tor
"drug addictiM." i He said she
was a "difficult" and Juneooper-i
ative" patient and was ; not
cored" when she left bis care
Sept. 18, 1963.
i Continued Taking Drugs
rSavOy ssid she was addicted to
aonervl add deaedrme, and coo
turned 'to Uk drugs
Treated Forlaldnn D
during thepess woman
mnnth ah was a
paUent at b clinic, Because she
was a voluntary piuem, do u,
irtie rould v leive the ellnle and
travel to the Trench border where
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H JUST A
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;of the isthmus JLoage, $5; Auro
ra Lodge, $5; Thistle Lodge, $10;
Eyrie lemoia NO. 4bu, $iu: juoy-
al St." charies,i $5,-i. isthmian
Benevolent. S5. i
Templo Llbertad,' $3; LoyM
Emmanuel, $5; Mount onve, $s;
Coro club Rainbow City; $5; Max
Biigr.ay, $5; Rev. Henry Blake,
$2; Atlantic Beavers, $2.50;
Emergency4 Relief dub,1 $5; La
Boca Alumni, $5; Rainbow High
School, $10. .,.-.., .j... v'
Mrs. Smith, $lf Centro Colo Colo-nense;
nense; Colo-nense; $3.50; Julio Salas. $2.50;
Agusto Lara, $3; Mrs. Miller, $3;
Casa Flnillos, .75; Damas Clvi Clvi-cas;
cas; Clvi-cas; $3; Victor Fong, $3; Revis Revis-tas
tas Revis-tas Bduardo, $2; Inter-American
Women's Club, $10..
workj acconlplishments, and fu future
ture future of the engineering prof es es-sion.
sion. es-sion. !.','.
All.engineers and their male
guests. are invited to a. boat ride
throueh Galllard cut and a'nic-
nlc supper at G&mboa next
, This affair i part4)r the' cel celebration
ebration celebration of Engineer's Week.
For the outing and picnic, ship
transportation will be provided
from Pedro Miguel to oamooa
leaving Pedro Miguel at 3 p.m.
Wednesday. A committee has
arranged for a roast beef din dinner
ner dinner and refreshment. Music will
Reservations may be made no
later than Monday Feb. 25, with
C. 8. Howe, 8-181 or 6-191, P. Al Alton
ton Alton White, 6-186, or Andy Fra-
For those engineers' ana
euests not avafiinr themselves
Of the trip tnrougn tne cut, it
is reauestea tnat tney cmve ai
rectly to the Gambo industrial
Area, concrete pier ana assem
ble at 3:45 p.m. Tne cost of tne
trio through the Cut and din
ner, $1.50 per person, will be col-
tonerrl was available.
"After a couple of days in the
clinic, she discovered we could
tell she was taking drugs by
taking her temperature," Savoy
said. "So she refused to allow, us
to take her temperature.''
"She apparently did not realize
we could also tell she was taking
them from her pule. It would
Jump7 from 70 to 95 when she was
talung drugs." n
Savoy said she told him she
took drugs to keep her weight
"It was an excuse," he said.
-' Conceded Drugs'
He also said shd went to great
lengths t conceal her drug sup supplies
plies supplies from him.
Savoy said an addict suddenly
deprived of drugs becomes "'ex "'excitable,'
citable,' "'excitable,' irritable Hket mad per person."
son." person." He said addicts "are not
only liars but also constitutional
psycopathrf and life in general. Is
very difficult for anyone to con contact
tact contact with them."
Patino and nis wife are suing
each 'Other for divorce. He con concluded
cluded concluded a total of nearly 13 hours
on the witness stand during the
morning session of the trial to
day. Joanae appeared .coot ana
poised as sbe listened to. the
testimony fat the gallery.
In his .testimony, ratine
charged his wife was a "worth-
wno was piaguea dj
the "craxr fantasies ef a drug
addict"-and did "everything fori
money." He denied be struck us
wife or bit her body six or seven
times during their wedding night.
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OAK LEAF CLUSTER Maf. Toxey H. Sewell, left. Judge Advocate 6oa.
eral't Corpe, It protented an Oak Lee clneter to the Cmnwndath Rib- ;.
ben by Maj. Gen. The mat L. Htrrold, commanding general, O. S. Army j
Caribbean. The Commendation wee protented to Sewell for meritoriOMe I
aervice during the period from April 1952 fo Febrairy 1 whde torrieg
at Judge Advocate with the MMIfary Afftirt Diviiion. office of the Judge) U
' Advocate General, Wathhrgten, D.C. -i :.'.,..,..,
j" .'. V' ;'' r ;'.'v l',(WLArmy?iwto''i
IN THE HEART
Famous South American Stars
. vision will entertain us
Monday February 25th, ot 10:30 P.M.
REMEMBER, enjoy the CARIOCA CARNIVAL
In your favorite center.
Papito Baker y.su Ritmo
16 T1VOU AVE.
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of Radio-Theater andTeIaH ;:
during the popular: J
Lots of Fun 4
1 1 surgery of the chest.
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,Fagerps Tops Bloomer
l Mexico's Mario Llamas and yhitney Reed of
the U.S. last night joined Australia's seeded No. 1
and No. 2 players, Mervyn Rose and Don Candy, in
$ the semifinals of the men's singles of the second an an-Inual
Inual an-Inual EI Panama International Invitational Tennis
.Llamas outlasted Giuseppe
Merlo of Italy 6-1. 4-6. 9-7 in a
r(al thriller. Reed beat Arman Arman-de
de Arman-de Vieira of Brazil 6-1, 11-9.
,'Th third aet of the Llamas Llamas-'iMerlo
'iMerlo Llamas-'iMerlo battle was a gruelling
istrueele. Llamas winning out
because he was apparently less
ftjred than his winded opponent.
?Llamas had a tough time with
Merlo on account or Merlo's a-
bllity to hit passing shots when
Llamas, as usual. rushed the
net. Llamas had to-change his
style of play entirely in order to
j The Reed-Vieira match was
highlighted by some obvious
jconcusion in the calling. Gen Generally
erally Generally speaking, however, the
off cials have been doing a top
notch job during the entifce
iln women's singles, Karo! Fa-
geroa and Mrs. Dorothy Head
Knode joined Mary Ann Mitch Mitch-Sell
Sell Mitch-Sell and Darlene Hard in the
semifinals. Karoi scorea a ma
Miss Bloomer has been gener generally
ally generally rated over Miss Fageros but
after Karol got started last
night she was in complete com command
mand command of the situation.
. Experience and general all-
around ability proved too much
lor Rosa Maria against Mrs.
In the mixed doubles, ton
seeded Angela Buxton (England)
and Rose whipped Jean Clark
(U.S.) and Merlo 6-3, 6-2 to ad
vance to semifinals.
The Mexican teams of Pan Pan-cho
cho Pan-cho Contreras and Rosa Maria
Reyes pulled a startling upset
over the highly ranked team
of Candy-Bloomer 6-4, 3-6,
Another Mexican team, Yola
Ramirez Llamas, scored a
straight set 6-4, 6-3 victory over
Mitchell and Reed.
Moss-Hard (U.S.) defeated
Vieira-Maria Esther Blieno
(Brazil) 3-6, 8-6, 6-0. The ster sterling
ling sterling play of Miss Hard was the
main reason for the Moss-Hard
Lucky Strike Lucky Strike Whips BHS 7-4
Golf Qualifying To Move Closer To Pennant
In Fifth Day
- Second Half Standing
Team Won Lost
Lucky' -strike 3
(American Legion 1
Balboa High School ... 1
Junior College 1
.Last Night's Remit :
Lucky Strike 7, Balboa High 4
Balboa High vs Amer. Legion
The Lucky Strike Invitational
Tournament at the Gamboa Golf
Club is in the 5th day of it s quail
fying rounds. The first part of the
week was slow as expected. The
entrants are now starting ,to come
out.. As of now 52 entrans have at- LucKy strike moved a game
tpmntd tn oinlifv. closer to me secona nan title
High. The win put the Luckies
nl.ver. will take advantage of the 2 Piac Uti a singl game
luZll 1 a tne mmway point in
imee uy wccivcii "-line second nan was reached,
course. Most of the scores turned in Lombana singled In the first
at present are in the 80's, but ior tne winners,' went to second
there are only hree in
upset by defeating England's .'combination's victory. Darlene
iShirlev Bloomer 5-7, 6-1, 6-2
Awhile Mrs, Knode turned by
J j t Rosa Maria Reyes of Mex
ljo 6-4, 6-4.
faiM i League
to Open March 2
..The second half of the Fastlich
3btrch 8. A large turh out is ex ex-pected
pected ex-pected to give the teams tgoo d
'.airia oh tor the last nail.
f governor Potter will be on Iwud
.To' throw out the first ball from
pitcher's mound and Wilson
Crook SuDDly and Employe Serv
ice director will rattempt to make
the-catCBi -o -svs..
- f.' i,j
m. L. Donovan .director of the
Civil Affairs Bureau, has agreed to
rule whether the Governor's pitch
Is a ball or a strike on the batter,
&ho In this ease will be the genial
.league sponsor Adalberto Fastlich.
f-fThe publie is cordially invited to
fattend this opening day game as
iwell as all league games which are
played each week Mondays through
Fridays with starting time sched scheduled
uled scheduled for 4:30 p.m.
i . ....
hits the ball harder than the
average man and she was at her
best last night.
First Match: Mervyn Rose
(Australia) vs. Mario Llamas
Second Match: Mary1' Anni
Mitchell vs. Darlene Hard.
Third Match: Contreras-Lla-mas
Fourth Match: Hard-Moss vs.
Fifth Match: Reyes-Contreras
Call Riees is low with a five over
par 75 and is followed by worm
Lewter and Perc Graham with
A few of the low shooting ama
teurs who were going to qualify
early have postponed there rounds
until Saturday and Sunday. It is
expected a good brand of golf will
on Halman-s sacrifice and, scor
ed on Haisairs tingle for the
LEAGUE, first run of the game. Th Strik
ers aaaea tnree more 'runs m
the second after Balboa High
pushed across one run in the top
or tne inning on singles by win
klosky, Hamilton and Trimble.
In thi three run second Lucky
Strike sent nine batters to the
plate and a combination of one
hit, a balk, one hit batsman and
three costly i errors, gave the
Luckies -a three run bulge,-.
Balboa High came, back in the
iourth ana tied the game ud
with three runs. Lem Kirkland
was nicked by a Hinz pitch to
open me inning ana Bob Hamu Hamu-ton
ton Hamu-ton went down swinging for the
first out. TtlmhU singled send
ing KlrKiand to second. Halman
booted More's grounder and
Kirkland came In to score with
Trimble winding ud at third.
More reached second base safe
ly when flalman let Flynn'g peg
Hwny ana TnmDie came in
to score tne second run. Bar
bier singled to right field and
More scored from second with
the tielng run.' French went out
on strikes and Ryter grounded
out snort to lirst to end the in.
HO OF BEATS
By Conrado Sargeant
1Pormipr -Juiin TPra.nr mrlr
be played on all three days 01 we star fc Mufti, now racing at Hia-week-end.
" leah as Mufti 2nd,. Wednesday
racea, to post-to-post lengtn ana
Doc Mitten and Jim DesLonaes tnree-quarters victory over one
n t. th. ;ivr tn. mue and tnree-sixteentns. The
Tim Riiv iack Smith was Jabeied extremely
day while Jim Riley Jacx mn h.avv .Th. time 2:07 4-5. was
and a few others will try on Saturn n 4p5 8econds off tbt trtclc
day. So if you want to sit m me mark.
best spot on the Isthmus to watch Mufti 2nd is listed as the
some good golf try our clubhouse PPtM r. A. Sornmer
veranda. The management wiU tn nZZZSKl
to make all happy. ace Qua "Chichi" Moore. Bobby
, i. J 4 Ussery rode Muiti. Tne six-year-
At this point it is hard to deter- old rey ,on tit Musloom-Patrio-
mine how many gouers wux iryj ta paid 516.10. 6.70 ana $5.10.
for the 126 nositlonsin the eight 1 1 pop
flights, but we hope you will aU Juan Franco oldttmers y may
h it th Ws be. Interested to know ttiat Chil-
come out and make it the big- owner-trainer Carlos He la
gest ever, we want 10 go way ov Cerda gtlll saddling winners
the 200 mark. So come on out and at Oriental Park in Cuba.
give us a hand. We want to make
Lucky Strike the largest invitation
al on the Isthmus. See you in Gam
boa this week-end.
Amador, Albrdok Gain
Full Game On Clayton
water ml 3 times
year daring normal car
They also last longer.
Battery for every use:
Panama Auto. S. A.
Jose Fro. de
la Ossa Ave.
The Fort Amador Troopers and
the Albrook AFB. Flyers gained a
full game on .'the league leading
Fort Clayton Cavaliers Wednesday
as a result of Clayton third loss in
a row to we roopers ana Al Albrook
brook Albrook 's victory over the cellar
dwelling Army Atlantic Bushmas Bushmas-ters.
ters. Bushmas-ters. At Jarman Field, in an arc-
light encounter, the Amadorites
edged the Cavaliers 4-1 and at
Fort Davis the Flyers trounced
the Bushmasters 14-0, pushing
them further into the cellar.
De la Cerda was ene of the
most freeoent winners at the
old Sabanaa aval daring the
late twenties and early thir thirties
ties thirties before abandoning these
shores, te settle down la Ha
vana. r V."1
The aged trainer' now
arounA, ta a wheel chair,
The- following horses were
suspended for pulling up lame
last weekend: onda Real, Heritor,-
. Bright Blade II, Rafaellto,
Don Jaime and Maruja. The
latter two-got 21 days suspen suspension
sion suspension and all the others IS days.
Carlos A. MorrelL .Oliver's
trainer, was fined $5 lor hnving
The Amador team scored an in this horse taken late to the pad-
suranee run in the eighth inning! dock for Saturday's first race.
on a waix 10 caicner irv Haynes -ouo-r ;
Seren newcomers lour na-
For the second straight game,
Amadors Jack Kaps became the
hero. In the seventh inning if
Wednesday night's encounter with
the Cavaliers the league's leading
c. merun hitter, smashed a trt trt-ole
ole trt-ole deeo into right centerfield lo
score two runs and break the tie.
Kaos wai also the winning pitch
er, gaining his sixth wui against
Asainst the Bushmasters on
Sunday Kaps hit two home runs
and a triple to lead the onslaught
in Amador s 14-4 victory.
The Troopers scored their
first of four unearned runs of.
loser Dick Borkoski in the fifth
inning. Bruce Nolan singled and
was sacrificed to third base. The
next batter hit a grounder to third!
baseman Joan burneu, but bis
throw to the first was wild ena-i
hline Nolan t. score.
In the bottom oi tne fifth the
Cavaliers came right back with a
run of their owe. fat Delaney sin
gled, went to second on a passed
oall and scored on Manning wea
vers scratch infield single.
Darnell Sanford led off the
Trooper seventh inning with a
single's. The next batter Lee
Straube, hit a ball to Shan Chris Christian
tian Christian at short but the ball was
thrown wild ennabling the Troop Trooper
er Trooper base runner to adance one
base, placing them in scoring po
sition. Kap was tne next batter
and without any hesitation lasbed
a triple off the gloves of Manning
Weaver in right centerfield.
a ground balL a passed ball and
another error by Burnett let the
fourth and finai run of the game
score. ) "-
The win'was the Troooeri eiehth'
m weir lasti en games.
Borkoski hurled all the way for
the losers and was charged with
ma aecona loss against three wins
fIlyirs smash aa
Albrook's third place Flyers
hammered two Army Atlantic
piicoera for 10 hits and 14 runs to
pick UP an easy 44 victory behind
we seven, nit pitcning of right
hander Bob Hanson at Fort Da.
via .weonesaay afternoon.
A walk, a single by Crse base baseman
man baseman Jesse Edmiston a sacriifce
uj riKuuciaer An.uanieis and a
sacruice nj nj shortstop Mario
LaMaeitra, accounted for one Al-
orooa run in the first inning. This'
run was was enough to win the
game, but the Atbrook batters add-
ea mineen .runs along the way,
with nine of them crossing the
Plate in the second inn inc. ..
Catcher Frank Ltftovich led the
Flyer hitting attack with three
bits, foster, Edmiston and La-
Maestra collected two hits apiece
ior tne r ivers.
Joe Tucker and first baseman
John Keros led the Bushmaster
baa with one double apiece.
Bob Hanson went the route for
Albrook picking up his first win in
two decisions, uuinmaster start starter
er starter Tom Walker worked the first
one and 24 innings and was charge
wun toe1 loss, jus crtioa two deci
F AAF Baseball Leagae Staadlngs
Uvea and three Imported horses
are 'scheduled to make their
bow Into local racing this week weekend.
end. weekend. They are th native thor thor-ousrhbreds
ousrhbreds thor-ousrhbreds Presidente, Henco,
Mr Jack and Royal Sweet andJ
the Imports Grand Finish, Scin Scintillation
tillation Scintillation and celestial Fire. All
are listed to debut' Sunday
the "natives In the fourth race
and the imported animals In the
- Mr. J a c k, a two-year-old
chestnut son of Count Gurley Gurley-Ersatz,
Ersatz, Gurley-Ersatz, is owned by the stud
Bocas del Toro and trained by
Relnaldo Dias. .,:,
: Presidents is a brown son of
Royal Coup-Sheila-Rhea, This
three-year-old Is owned by An Antonio.
tonio. Antonio. Anguisola Jr. and train-' j
ed by Oliver BernaL -'v
Henco is a twc-year-old chest-1
nut colt by count Curley out of
ciuany. He is owned bv the
Stud Los Siete and' trained by
Ernesto E. Fenton,
( Royal- Sweet, a two-year-old
bay daughter of Royal Coup-
Sweet Corn, Is owned by the
Stud Tiburo nand trained' by
Luis E. Igleslas. i
Grand Finish is a three-year
old bay colt by Grand Weather
out of Tlnette. This Irish-bred
is owned by the Cuadra Mexico
and trained by Larry Tomllnson.
Scintillation is owned and
trained by Daniel Cinlglio. He is
a tnree-year-oid by son of Lum
Celestial Fire Is owned bv the
stud La snea ana tratnea by
Hugo de la Penha.He la anoth
er iruh product. ,f.fr J.'S
Heritor, rroud Pearl and
Master Melody will race under
the colors- ef the Stud Swift
River In the future. Ranford
Anderson Is their trainer. x
Morenote has a new trainer.
Constantino Spencer is now get
ting Gulllermo Taylors disap
pointing Chilean colt ready
Daniel has been acquired by
the Stud Buena Fe. Luis H. Far-
rugia will do the training.
Riscal will race for tne stua
Taboga beginning this week.
Eouarao Enrique young is nis
Lady Edna will race.under the
dolors, of the "JD" Stable as of
this week. Isaac Jimenez will
continue to train the brown
daughter of Tamesis-Sensitiva;.
. La Gazza Ladra and Rutllante
will race with blinkers in the
Lucky Strike came hack in tfu
bottom of the inning and with without,
out, without, the benefit of a base hit
sent eight men to the plate and
scorea tnree runs. Three walks,
one costly error in the infield
ana a passed ball put the Luck
les ahead to stay. ,
; Wayne Wall started T on the
mouna ior ine High school with
oeorge ..Barbier taklnor over in
the second inning when wall
got into a jam. Kirkland tame
on to relieve Barbier ; in the
fourth; when "Lucky strike iced
tne game. Barbier was the los losing
ing losing pitcher bringing his pitching
rccuru io one win ana two loss losses
es losses on the season.
Charlie Hinz posted his fifth
mouna triumph m six games
striking out six batters, hitting
one and having a big zero in the
bases orj, balls column. .
Tonln Cordovez collected two
of the Luckies five bits in two
official trips, to the plate to lead
the winners in the batting de department.
partment. department. Hamilton and Trim Trimble
ble Trimble each had two for three to
lead the Schoolboys at the plate.
sacker, was the fielding s,tar of
tne game nanaiing live assists
in big league style. More robbed
Carlin of an extra base blow in
the fifth when he dove near the
third base bag and snagged the
hard hit ball and coming up got
off a rifle throw to Sutherland
to nip Fly nn at second base for
the forceout c V
Tonight the American Legion
and Balboa High will battle for
second place and a chance to
close ground on the league lead leaders.
ers. leaders. Will Pretto will do the hurl hurling
ing hurling for Legion with Ray Nick
lsher behind the plate and for
the Schoolboys will be either Bob
Hamilton or Lem Kirkland with
Ttimoie benind tne bat.
AFTER THE MATCH Little Rosa Maria Reyes of Mexico con congratulates
gratulates congratulates Mrs. Dorothy Head Knode of the United States im immediately
mediately immediately after their match -last night at El Panama Cabana
Court, Mrs. Knode beat the promising young player 0-4, 0-4 r
in the quarter finals of the women's singles in the Internation International
al International Championships. .- "J".
Powels I Unleash 'PoweV
To Whip CHS 22 to 5
The box score;
Balboa H'gh.. .(":. -Ab, R II Po
rrencn, ex j...,. i;o 4 1,
Ryter, rl ,.. 4
Sutherland, 2b ..4
Wlnklosky ss ... 4
Kirkland, If p . 1
Hamilton .lb .... 3
Trimble, c 3
More, 3b 3
Wall, p 1
Barbier, p, If ...-2
28 4 6 18 9
Flynn, c .....
Carlin, rf ...
Halsall, lb v.
D. Smith, 3b
Atlantjc Twilight Baseball ;
'.' Won Lost Pet.
Powells '. 1 0 1 1.000
USS -Jasper ...i.i, 0-f 0
PoweUs 22, CH S. S v
By TREVOR SIMONS
Noel oibsoh's Powells nine
left no doubt in the minds of
the Atlantic Twilight ;; League
fans as to their nlans ior tne
second half of the loop Tuesday
night, when the undefeated first
half champs unieasnea a iury
of nower aealnst three C.H.S.
Ditchers that handed the latter
the worst beating any team nas
suffered this season. ? ;
28 7 -6 21 7
After the smoke of battle had
cleared, from the opening game
of the second half at Mt. Hope
Tuesday night, Powells had col collected
lected collected 16 hits and taken advan-' Y
tage of 10 CJi.S errors for an X.
easy 22 to 5 victory, only one "1
man in the Powells line-up, Ar Armando
mando Armando Lung, recently acquired
from CHS-AlumnL- failed to hit
safely. Les Rinehart. v leaeue
leading hitter, tacked 14 more X
points on to bis average wltlx! 3
for. S to boost him to-83. Louis
Dedeaux and Buckeye- Swearin- i
gen Joined Rinehart in pacing
the "inerry-hlttlng night each t. -with
three hits. Keith.- Kttllg of
CH.S. had 2 for 2 to pace the
Tiger's 6 hit performance.,
. '-.''is- y,, ,m
Noel Gibson started ottthe h'm
for the winners, posting win No,
7 f or the season., Gibson's vie-,
tory was assured in a 7-rwn first-
inning, but he gave wav to Louis
DCdeaux who tossed the last two
innings against Cristobal; ; Ray
Croft led the parade of nltchere
for C.H.S., followed by Phil Hav Hav-darlts
darlts Hav-darlts who took over in the top
of the second. Bill Gibson fin-. -ished
the two final-frames of y
Tuesday night's 2 3-4 hour me-
Mervyn Rose (Australia)
Juan Ruls (Pern)
Jerry. Moss (TJS)
. r ..
Marie llamas (Mexlee)
Eye rtmeatal (Venesnela)
Peter Schell (Germay)
Gaissepe Merle (Italy)
Whitney Reei (TJS)
Orunde oamae -.vnoa
Wade Herren TJ8)
Armando Tleirm (BraslI)
XMm athwart oii)
Fraaeisee Contreras (Mixiee)
Webb Beanie (Canal Zeae)
Dm Candy (Aastralls)
j- Rese 1-6, 6-1
Rose 6-4, 6-1
Llamas 6-2, 6-4
Reed 6-2, 8-6
Contreras 6-2, 6-8
Llamas 6-1, 41, -7
Reed 6-1, 11-1
Candy f-i 6-1
Candy 6-1, 4-6, 4-1
(as ef Feb. 671
Wea Let GB
Fort Clayton ..... 12
Fort Amador ..... 11 7 1V4,
Albrook AFB . lo I 2ft
Fort Kobbe ....... 4 14 8 I Mary Ana Mltchen (VS)
raauae Edwaros tts;
TONIGHT at 7:00 p.m.
International Tennis Championships
- (FINALS ON SUNDAY) v.
Top tennis stars from 13 countrks compete iajtidtint matches'
Entrance Tonight, $1..--Entrance
Angela Bvxtoa (tngUad)
Maria Been (Brasfl)
Jean Clark (CP)
' : v .
EHoea GayUri (Caxlaadh
Darlene Bard (TS)
Karol Parere tTS)
HNda Herrera (Geatenab)
Tela Ramiros (Mexico)
Shirley Bleesaer iEnglaaO
Rosa Maria Brs GMixtoe)
Sam Tarter CS)
Mltchen 6-1, 1-6
Baene 1-6, 6-4, 6-4
VMftcheD. 16-sV 8-6, 6-4
Fareres 6-1, 1-1
Bleemer S-J, S-6, 6-S
Syee 6-4, (-1
Bard 4-C 6-L 6-S
Fareres 1-7, 6-t-S
Kaede 4-4, 6-4
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FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 22, 1951
INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER
eeks i second-. s tr aignt
HigHjy Rated Chirojte; ;
Plateado, Tony Also Go
5 ;The 5tudAlval's Peruvian bred sprinter' Pavinetro,
which last week shocked the form players with d $341.60
upset victory, tomorrow afternoon goes out in quest of
his: second straight triumph jover three other third series
imported thoroughbreds over a distance, of one mite and
v "one-i?ighth at the President jRemon racetrack. -1
L-pixone, wnicn. .wouna up uura ia ust week in order to De
four, lengths behind the surprising
Pavinetto, will most likely vgo oli
the mutucls favorite again tnis
dered a ; dangerous factor. How
ever, it must remembered that the
cagey Luis H. (Magician) Farru4
time. Chiroke will again tote .118 si; is his owner-trainer and toe
pounds while Pavinetto picks-upikey Fernando Alvarez at times
nine pounds ana wiu carry lw ra
this occasion. ;r
; The only other scheduled start starters
ers starters are; fclateado, which was a
disputing 'fourth, and Tony,
down a class from the first, and
second series. Plateado carries 118
and Tony' gets in with, top weight
of 120. l- '
Braulio Baeza will again tide
Pavintto,f Alejandro Ycaza will
handle Chiroke's reins, Fernando
Alvarez gets the call on Plateado
and Guillermo sancnez wm oe a.
board-Toney, :---aa. 'v-h vr
With only. Chiroke to force the
early pace,- Pavinetto could easi easily
ly easily open a wide gap and score a
post-to-post victory. It all depends
ea whether; Chiroke is improved
for this week's engagement.
Plateado would havt to-perform
inan entirely u different mannen
rides like the best
Ten other interesting races are
Included on tne program.
1 Aroerio Curale
2 Moonshiner La Gazsa Iadra
3 No Gallito L'borla
-4 Soberano Currita
5 Takeaway (el Yosikito
6 Coral Love's Girdle
7 Reflector Ornamental Star
S Nesscllffe Rio Negro
Hurling-Park ... Plcuuo (e)
10 Chiroke pavinetto
11 Fifito Certero
1 ' III ..Ml. II I '"I
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Editor: CONRADO SARCEANT
FRIENDLY TIP Sal Maglie. who keeps posing with a raxor.
on-that beard of his but .never shaves it off-and won t until
the advertiser stops paying nim-r-gves uumy-yiii wniuK
to, Bob. Lewis, Chicago Cubs traveling secretary. The tootball
helmet is, of course, for those kind-of-close pitches The Barber
tosses at troublesome batters., -tr n .-
Race Track Graded Entries
Mutual of Omaha ,2 0
Coco Solitd Cub ... 1 0 ft
Cocav-Cola- BotUera .1.. 1 1
, police jlnjx
Piratea 0 1 VA
1 rh rinnn tiwilito1 cubs, cham.'
plona bf theirstjialf, .opened
their econd.Jiftli .eifort ty oe
featina: the kCpca Cola Bottlers
,10 to 1 on. Monday afternoon; m
' a game played at the Margarita
Littlt league Field. rt
' Luther Quinn, the Cubs stel stellar
lar stellar twirler, Joat no-hltter lor
the.; second time this season
when one member i of the oppo opposition
sition opposition managed to hit safely, in
.this instance it was Dave Wilder
who collected the. lone slngW to
ispoil Qujnh's'bld. Wilder- oppos opposed
ed opposed Quinn on the mound and
suffered Jiis third loss of the
season,: although he limited the
hard hitting Cubn to five hits.
Tom Ralney, with a double.
. was" the only extra base hittei
of the tlay, and only he- was a a-ble
ble a-ble to gather more than one hit.
In the field Joe Koch, the Cubs
, third baseman, robbed Ricky
Peterson by snaring Pete's siz sizzling
zling sizzling grounder and then throw throwing
ing throwing him out on a fine play.
The box score: ;
Coco Solito Cabs Ab R
Eberenz. rf 0 '1
Heffner, rf i. ....... 2
Webber, cf 4
Quinn, p ............ 2
Baranick, If, 4
Crosn, lb v.
Won Lost GBNo. 2, deep in centcriield in the
The box score:
Pirates Ab R H E
Chin, c t,..4 3-f 1 0
Alberga, ss ......... 3 0 1 0
HUty, 3b 3 0 i 0 1
Cortex, cf, 2b 9.09 0
Schjeidegg, U .. .iji ; ; 0 0
unristopn, I, j. p ; J O; 0 O
1st Race 6th Series Imp. t Fgs. Parse $400 Pool Closes 12:45
, FIRST RACE OF THE DOUBLE
', ,v A ' A' A
1- i-Bacana F. Godoy lis Doesn't seem likely 10-1
2 Ponton 8. Carvajal 105 Has late foot 15-1
3 Merry Slipper D. Corte2 108' Usually gets left 20-1
4- r-Hincaple R. Vasqurz 115 Can't go lower : 4-1
6-MSweet Windsor J. Avila 118 Could get up here 5-1
6 Reynold A. Valdivia 113i Might improve here 10-1
7 Curale" B. Baeza 103 Should be close up 3-1
8 American Maid A. Vas. 118 Dangerous contender 2-1
9 Arpegio . J. Jimenez 115 Form indicates 3-2
'Misery" Joe Kueter separated
the men from the boys again at
this Wednesday's afternoon Cristo Cristobal
bal Cristobal Gun Club snoot, running a 25 25-straight
straight 25-straight string While all but two
others in the "misen", Skeet;
round spent so much time on sta stations
tions stations 3, 4 and 5 that this writer re-
fused to report their scores, be rec
ognizing no good reason to adver
tise his own embarrasment (10
broken guess" who!) The two re- ucei0ls
spcctables; W.' W. Rowland, who Palomas 5
kept well up with 23, and Art Sut- p .
ton, whose .410 accounted for 20. ericos ........ 4
In other contests, these things pumas .. ., ., ..4
Kueter y ...i.. 24
"Shorty" Schexnayder 23
Sutton (.410) 23
J. Cj Lastinger (.'410) 20
F. Chollar ; .,t. : 20
, TRAP (Singlet 1 yd.)
Lee Carr .... 22
Wm. Prandl . 21
Kueter 1 2o
.KAP (Single 25 yd.)
Trap doubles were not shot.
Most agitating question of the
lend the inning. Two more scor scored
ed scored in the fifth on a walk, a wild
pitch and a single by Parker itnd
For the perlcos, Ness was the
leadinc hitter with four r four
500 Fulop nad two for three,' Martin
444 1 and Baggottone for three. For
00.)itne Conejos Parker, Chansin and
: Mallory had one for one, with
Miner one lor two.
Ness and Co. 9, Conejos 6
The box score:
The Perlcos with Ness and
Uorlin nn the mnnnrt the Win
4. J.f .n f i.J Ihl NeSS P
roneios. with Parker on the-:?0". c ?
mound Thursday, at the Fst'
Pericos up to the third slot. f" s' ........ r-,
, accounted for six of the c 2
lich Teenage Park, 9-, movingly '"fnj- T. 5b. cf
rha Donrnc nn t.n tnP T.-nirn RIOL. '..'"
nine runs when h hit for cir
Siiaung queswu.. ui urn fa tne fa t and sec
shipments arrive 'in time to permitl other two times at bat.
the scheduled March -3 shootingi ia, KchPd.tled
for the Capt. C. W. Steward 25-yard' Ony three: regular jchedulea
Handicap Trap, contest. 'Mean- E.S'tt. m
while, the Club is aoie to supply i; ZJZZV
talian ammunition for its usual' caws meei, u e ruu,
Pool Closeit 1:15
2nd Race "P" Natives f Fgs. i Purse $275
, v 2ND RACE OF THE DUPLET A
1 Moonshiner O. Vasquez llOx Won;. with authority 2-1
2 f-Avlspa- O. Sanchez, 1 13 Didn't convince 'us- ... 5-1
3 Toxic ,H, Gustmes U2x Can be.big factor i: 4-1
4 Guarar .. B.. Baeza 103 Distance handicaps 10-1
5 La Cazza Ladra K. Flo. 112' Bad start In last 3-2
6 Cara de 8apo O. Leon 110 Fast asleep - 15-1
7 Bagdad ,' C. Jglesias 108 Distance suits style- 4-1
' '- ' liIS,.:. iAA .- .: !,". ('-
4:30 Wednesday exercise on Feb Feb-27.
27. Feb-27. ''-
Walter "Johnston,' rangb manag manager,
er, manager, repeated his Invitation to all
shoteunner to familiarize them-
j selves with Gold Coast Club condi
tions in anticipation of the C. z.
state snoot to ue "",'d m Mv; "The
Stewart Trophy Shoot," he said,'
"is open to all comers. The more
the merrlei-and there is no snort snort-age
age snort-age of 'refreshment;': Leo scores
'ToroedO' witn a snarp ana strict
ly un-biased eye." y
the palomas take on the Perico3
and Wednesday the Cone j 6s
close but the half with the Oce
lots opposing, but two tie games,
Bright, F. rf
Williams 2b ..
Parker p, 3b
Scott cf ......
Hern, D. cf .
involvinK the Pericos, palomas 10
and Pumas remain to be played.
Playing date of these games will
be announced immediate after
Klipper 3b, p
the definite schedules are com-'McNabb c
Pqol Closes li43
3rd Race MG" Natives t Fgs. 1 Purse 1275
f ONE TWO
i - A- v .: AA' -.A ;,: ,. ..f :i A
I Metto ; A:-" Ycaza aiO Pulled up in last Jr 50-1
.2 Winsaba -;; G. Vasquea 108x Excellent effort li & 52-1
j 8 Don-Manuel O. de Lo405 ---Would surprise B-t
4 Damadura H. iluis 107 Hard to beat her-" 2-1
5 Libori G. Sanchez 108 -Dubious ride last '.' H ZX
No Galllto- FGaUca l03 Cduld take it all 4 2-1
20 2T 2 3
Mutual of Omaha
Lum, Reg, ss
Bath, lb ..
Field, c ....
Rief, cf ...
Lum,.Orr, If 1,
" Latest Disc
"TEEN AGE LOVE'V
.' 4 Distributed jb
Via Espafia &' 45 -.-.3.1285
Pool closes 2:
Vines led off for the pericos in
the first lnnine with a walk.
then Ness homered for two runs.
Again in the second inning
Vines led off with a wu'k and
Ness hit his second four bagger
for two more runs. They scored
three more in' the fourth on a
double by Ness and singles by
Baggott and Fulop and two more
In the fifth on a double by Ness
and' three-' walks. v.,., ..
' The Conejos scored one in the
first on a single by Chassin and
three in-the third when Thom
as, Stewart, "Parker fhd Scott
walked, as Martin was .brought'
in irdm center to rer.eveNess
i 11. 1,1. J JL.
wun me scor uea. Miuer inr
TORONTO, (UP) Fullback
Wayne Ailts of. South Daota State
and tackle Chuck Weeks of South South-era
era South-era California have signed con con-tracks
tracks con-tracks to play for the Toronto
Argonauts of the Canadian Foot Football
ball Football Leagce. ,
23 8 5 1
Score By Innings
Pirates ... .000. 0202
Mutual 200 6 Ox 8
4th Race "Hie," Natives 5 Fgs. PursT $27$
1 Wei de Asno M. Gut. 1'06 : Still a bit green
2 Full Moon O: de 1-eon. 104 Speed to spare
3 Regia H. Gustines, 100s Ran well in last
4 Soberano B. Baeza 108 could pay ou
O.. Vasquez 100x Knocking at door
: B. Aguirre 112 Creditable efforts
V. Brown 115 Not against these
B. Dario 103 Would pay off
9 (El Profesor V. Castillo 110 Rates slim chance
10 (Golden Pick J. Phil. 105 Could be runnerup
11 Esteban F. Gatica 113 Excluded from betting
AMSTERDAM, The netherlands,
CTJP)Joke De Korte. 'for eight
years-one of the top ,Dutch ier-
maidsk has decided toi drpp duMi
comDetition. Miss De Korte-was
first batter singled, but Martin considered the world's second best
got the nex batter on Strikes to1 woman backstroke swimmer.
7 Tap Lady
ToUls 28 10"
Coca Cola. Bottlers
Wilder. t .i..,..... 3 1
Conley, 3b .......... 2
Burns, 3b 1
Peterson, ss 3
Dockery, e 3
Tohln, lb 2
Saunders,; 2b ...... 0
Sanchez, lb ........ 0"
Sanches, lb ........ 2
Bender, .If 2
Stohrer, If 0
Campbell, cf 0
McLeodYrf ......... 1
Hutchinson, rf ..... 1
20 1 1 6
Score By Innings
- Cubs i 330 01310 S S
' Coca Cola 100 000 1 1 6
Mutual of Omaha picked up
, their second win of the second
j half on Tuesday afternoon as
, they downed the Pirates 8 to 2
:' In a game which saw the
league's first home run of the
: season, a towering blow by Mike
Burza over the left field fence.
' Bud Walnio pitched himself
i bis third win and held the Pi Pi-:
: Pi-: rates helpless in every inning
i except, the fifth when the Pt
- rates collected their two
On Wednesday afternoon the
ponce pais downed the Coco So
lo Braves 21 to 8, in a ame the
score or which sounds, more like
football than baseball.
' The Pals .fattened their bat
tins; averages while pounding
out sixteen nits,. as pitcner Jong Jong-bloed
bloed Jong-bloed picked up his fourth win
of -the season. .McElhone and
Jongbloed each bit safely three
times, six doubles helped swell
the year's highest scoring as
twenty seven runs came across
the plate. The doubles were hit
by Hardlsty, sharick. Carpenter
Smith and Jongbloed.
Two outstanding plays in the
field were turned in by the
Braves. Both were shoe string
catches of hard bit drives to the
outfield. In the third Bonzou Bonzou-met
met Bonzou-met took Karplnskfs wallop and
in the fifth Dyer repeated the
stunt off a bait hit by Mickey
The box score:
Police Pals Ab R
Orr, cf .
Grixntb, cf 1
Cooper, c 4
parkv rf ........... 1
5th Race "C and D" Natives 7 F. Purse $325 Pool Closes 2:55
1 Black Gold O. de Leon 104 Closed with a rush
2 Yoslkito A. Vasquez 120 Usualy whips these
3 (Jachalin F. Alvarez 110. Could go all the way
4 (Daniel F. Gatica 102 --Can help stablemate
B Rablblanco) K. Flores 120 Laid off; not ready
8 Takeaway) B. Baeza 116 Hard to beat here
6th Race 5th Series Imp. i Fgs. Parse S509 Pool Closes 335
FIRST RACE OF THE DOUBLE
1 Oyster F. Alvarez 110 Will lead most of way
2 Incalca F. GatJc 110 Distance to liking
3 Vedette V. Brown' 118 Has beaten better
4 Loves Girdle J. Rodri. 118 Strong effort last
5 Coral R- Vasqoea 115 Should beat these
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7th Race 5th Series Imp. Tf. Purse 850 Pool Closes
2ND RACK OF THE DOUBLE
1 Genlzarito F. Alvarez 108 Has strong finish
2 Moon Beam G. Sanchez 110 Could make it here
3 Ornamental S. F. Gat 112 Dangerous contender
4 Greco R. Vasqiiez 115 Early speed only
5 My Friend V. Castillo 115 Distance seems long
8 Reflector O. de Leon 112 Hard to beat here
7 Merry Mason A. Vas. 115 Will fight it out
8th Race "Elimination'' Imp. 8 F. Purse 5600
, QL1NIELA ;
Pool Closes 4:40
R. Cristian 115 Could get up now
O. de Leon 104 Dangerous this time
R. Vasquez 120 Usually runnerup
A. Va3ouei 115 Jockey coma neip
not even nere -Will
score soon '.
Nothing to recommend
Not this time
Nothing in months
10 (Our Fancy B. Baeza 103 Worse than entry mate.
3 Nesscllffe ;
5 Tom Collins F. Oodoy 108
8 Rio Negro K. Flores 113
7 Lazy Brook J. Phillips 105
8 Alabarda S. Carvajal 108
a (Rosaiio J. Gongora 108
41 21 10 1
Cece Sole Braves
Seabolt. 3b ... 1 2
Bonzoumet, cf 4
Roth, e 4
hit Hardisty. p ,r 4
and two runs. L. J. chrtstoph iBulllngton, lb
pitched well enough allowing Monte, lb
only five hits, two of which Rice, ss ...
were penect bunts by Rusty oiipnant, 2b
f Field, Mutual's gabby backstop.
' rtrisinh hftvr hail the
1 i . a
. nuiionuuc oi BfTTinjr up
bad balls, one a base clearing;
triple to Chuck Bath ana the
home run to Burza with Field
on board board-In
In board-In ta field, outstanding clays
were made by Bob Hauser when!
he threw out Kilry In the fourth ; Score Bv tsn'nss
and by Coriry conez in catchine Police Pals 021 8 10 021
JU.iie Burza's bid for haiie run Coco So'o 100 0 2 3 6
1Kb. Race 4th Series Imp. 8 Fgs. Purse S800
ONE TWO ',
ljaquimaso B. Baeza 08 Sacrificial lamb
2 Dona Beatrix G. Vas. lOOx Usually close up
3 Chivilingo D. Cortes 112 Could surprise
4 EI Fakir E. Dario 108 Victim of system
6 Elko R. Christian 120 -Could repeat
Goiazo K. Flores 115 Returns from lsyoff
7 Hurbnt Park B. Agui. 115 Hard to beat here
8 (Picudo K. Vasques 120 Depends on start
.8 (Gourmet F. Alvarez 110 Lacks early speed
lflOUt Race 3r Series Imp. t Ft. Purse $50
Peel Closes 5:40
F. Alvarez 118 Must improve lots
A. Ycaza 118 Should make it now.
B. Baeza-113 Will fight it est
G. saochez 120 Dangerous contender
Totaln 28 0 8
(a walked for Sharicb. in eth.
11th Race tfa Series Ima. Fgs.
I Fuerte B. Baea 110 Returns from layoff
2 Garramufio V. Orteg 115 Should score again
3 After Me H. Gustines J07x Distance too short-
4 Fifito A. Vasquev. lt Will flpht it out v
5 Certero V. Castlo 114 In top ftrm bow -:
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FOR SALE: Nash Ambas,
sador 1950, $475.00. Phono Cris Cristobal
tobal Cristobal 3-2815. After 5:00 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
FOR SALE: 1954 M.G. Conv.
Excellent condition. Call Gu Gu-lick
lick Gu-lick 453, can be seen at 531 -A
FOR SALE OR TRADE; 1954
Studebaker President. Low
mileage. Extras, PH. Balboa
Gibraltar l ife Ins. Co.
for rates and Information
Tel. Panama 2-0552
TRANSPORTES BAXTER, S. A.
Packers Shippers Movers
Phones 2 245 1 2-JS62
Learn Riding at
PANAMA RIDING SCHOOL
Ridin? & Jumping Classes daily
3 to 5 p.m. Phone 2-2451
or by appointment.
CHILDREN k GENERAL
Dr. R. Eisenmann
Dr C. E. Fabrepa
C.Z. Dental-Medical Polyclinic
. Tivoli (4 of July) Ave. 21A24
(opposite Ancon School playground)
Tel. 2-2011 Panama
"Slim Tons figure down"
McLevy Machines. Masiaie
Steam Path male, and, female
58 A. Junto Arosemena 1-2217
. Dr. SCHOLL trained Chiropodist
House Group Chops
Health Slice Off
WASHINGTON. Feb. 22 OJP
The economy-minded House Ap
propriations Committee today
chopped 60.8 million dollars, or 12
per cent, irom resident Elsen Elsenhower's
hower's Elsenhower's 515.2 million dollar budget
for the interior Department.
The committee approved a bill
to give the department and re-.
lated minor agencies 454.4 million
dollars in the fiscal year begin
ning July 1.
Ihe committee's action repre
sented the second House attempt
to trim Mr; Eisenhower's record
71.8 billion dollar peacetime budg
et. Only yesterday the House
passed a bill cutting 80.3 million
dollars, or two per cent, irom tne
requests for the Post Office and
The Interior Department bill
does not include funds for the
Bureau of Reclamation, Bonne Bonne-vill
vill Bonne-vill Power Administration, or The
Southeastern and Southwestern
Power Administrations. Money for
these agencies is provided in a
The deepest cut in me interior
bill stemmed from the commit
tee's outright rejection of a re request
quest request for 40 million dollars to con continue
tinue continue government subsidies for
domestic producers of certain
minerals tuiutsten. asbestos.
fluorspar, and columbium-tantal
The committee said In its report
to the House ttyit "there is clearly
no defense justification for further
acquisition of tnese minerals.
"The orosram is entirely unwar
ranted." it added, "and it is evi
dent that further purchases of
these materials is no longer justi
fied under the stockpile program."
THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
Unite ataUa IMtrlet Caarrt far TIm
District of Taw Caaal Zm
In Arfmlr!! NlV ItOS IUM HI FfTHl
Whm twt the arventh alar of Feb
ruary. 1SST Aurell Molina, on hta rrn
hh.if ml tm behalf of IS other crew
member Ubellanta filed Rem libel
in k TMstrtet Court of the United
State for the Crtetobat Dhrtriet of the
Canal Zone aearnK m mouar Teei
Gobeledor her aoala. taekle, apparel
and furniture, in a cause of wage CnrU
And whereaa, Vf virtue of amin m
due form of law. to me oirectea. re re-him.i
him.i re-him.i en the fifth dav at March
Its 7 I have setred and taken the aid
motor tjiaael Cebeiediar and bm her
i an Mtajrtlwllw.
Notice- fat herebr fleeit, B a DH DH-tricf
tricf DH-tricf Court will be held bi the Untted
State Court Room, la the City of Cris Cristobal,
tobal, Cristobal, Canal tone
On the fifth dy Mart. 15T far
the trual of a id pi em la, and fhe own
er ar owner, and au euawi wno mey
heee or claim arre Interest, are heiehv
cted to be end aopeer at the time and
ntaot aforeaaM. to ehew couee. I arr
ner time. re a final tola should
not Beat as ore-ed.
De Coatrns and BoWea. fiatton for
wl!Maaa! ILwao a-BoawawaMoaaKaaw
FOP SALE- 25-60 cycle Ken Ken-more
more Ken-more electric range, two ovens
glass oven window, electric on on-off
off on-off timer, deep well; 40 cycle
Ironrite ironer; misc. tables,
chairs, and shelves. Phono
Balboa 3472 between 4:00 and
FOR SALE: 50 discount en
LP records, classical and popu popular.
lar. popular. AGENCIAS DIAZ, 37th St.
FOR SALE: "Retina II" camera
with f.2 lens, hardly used, $50;
"Weston" exposure meter, like
new, $10. Phone 3-6960 Pana Panama.
FOR SALE: 1 large Chines
chest. Call Balboa 2-1723.
FOR SALE: Pakinatia, ducks
first class, to sail. Ave. Ernes Ernesto
to Ernesto T. Lefevre, Parqie Lefovr
DRAWER "A." DIABLO
BOX 1211. CRISTOBAL. CX
STAMP COLLECTORS: Al Album
bum Album pages and binders.
Forbes 1527-B, Almond street,
Gavilan Area. Balboa. Phono
PACIFI CLITTX LEAGUE
Second Half standings
Won Lost Pet.
Police 2 0 1.000
Spur Cola .......... 1 0 1.000
Seymour Agency .. 0 0 .000
Lincoln Life 0 1 .000
Elks 1414. i. ........ 0 1 .000
Glbraltar&ife, ...0 1 .OOOi
Police 8, Gibraltar Life S
Thetfirstrhalf nshamps, Police,
continue to dominate the Paci Pacific
fic Pacific Little League." Yesterday at
the Little League Stadium, the
Police powerhouse unleashed a
barrage of eleven- hits that were
good for eight runs, and coasted
to an easy victory over the Gi Gibraltar
braltar Gibraltar LJfe.
. Altman, th G 1 b r a 1 tar's
chucker, was the vlctini of this
ponce power. Prlester and wild wilder
er wilder had three hits each, followed
closely by Dempsey with two.
OnthS mound for the Police
was Ashton. while he was tap tapped
ped tapped for seven blngles, he was
never in danger and allowed on
ly three runs. The only player
tnat reany solved Asnton's de delivery
livery delivery was Wilson the catcher
for Gibraltar. He had a perfect
day, -three for three, and his
battery mate had two for three
The box score:
Police Ab R H
Dempsey ss 4 1 2
Ashton p 3 2 1
Potter c 4 0 1
priester cf 4 0 3
Riley J. lb 4 0 0
Sebastian rf 2 1 1
Weade rf ....i....v.. 2 0 0
Darden 2b 2 0 0
Riley Jeff 2b 0 1 0
Catron If 11 0
Alves If 1 0 0
Wilder 3b 323
. 8 11
Frank ss, 3b 3 0 0
Hanna 3b, an 3 0 0
Hermanny cf 3 0 0
Altman p ... 3 2 2
Fraunheim lb -...3 0 1
Wilson e 3 1 3
Hunt 2b 3 0 0
Zapp rf '....a 3 0 1'
Ebdon If a. 2 0 0,
3 7 1
THS UNTTED UTATES OF AMMICA
United State Dianrict .Cawrt For The
DWrirt of The Caaal Booe
In Admiralty No. 117 lUbel In Per.
onara witli CUuaa of roreian Atuch
Where, on the serenth dy of Feo Feo-ruarr.
ruarr. Feo-ruarr. 1SST Eraarno d at Guard!
Llbrllant filed a 11 bd ta the District
Court of the United States for the Crfct Crfct-tebal
tebal Crfct-tebal District of the Canal Zone astnt
Joed Lorenrs modrlguet U Kesoono-
end ha a eaus el contraei uw ana
And erhereaa. tnr elrtoe of proceoj n
due form of law. to ane directed, re re-hmxMa
hmxMa re-hmxMa aa tne fifth hre of March
las?. I hm-sekxed and taaen we a'
Cooeledar. her beet. tackJe. ope
and furBitora and hava her in cub-
Notlca T neretrr gmm. nun
trtct Court will be he'd In fne Untted
States Court Rosea, ta aha City 1 Crta Crta-tobal,
tobal, Crta-tobal, Canal Zone
n. ,w. ih ait of March. 1IST for
the trial of said twomtae. and the wwiv wwiv-er
er wwiv-er e owner, and aU persona wno witrr
ri irm an Intel eat
St tne one ano
rhey haee. whe s fmsi
De C-trrw and Itobie.
la Osaa Ave. No. 41 o FOTO DOMY Jiulo Arosemena Ave; and 33 St. FARMACIA
7 Strut FARMACIA "8AS" Via Porrai 111 NOVEDADES ATHIS Betide
FOR SALE: Residential home,
concrete. .First class & Comfort Comfortably
ably Comfortably built. Modern conveniences.;
Ample grounds, fenced. 26 me meters
ters meters front, 40 meters depth.
Owner leaving; t Far information
call telephone 2-3012 during
office hours; home 1 phone 3-
0932. i .
The best dinners and drinks
are served in our modern air air-conditioned
conditioned air-conditioned cafeteria, grill and
bar. Hotel Internacional ."Pla ."Plait
it ."Plait 5 de Mayo.
$2.50 for local TV service calls
UNTIL March 15 to acquaint
you with our service. SAME
DAY service if you call be before
fore before 7 p.m. Our work is un unconditionally
conditionally unconditionally guaranteed. Open
9 a.m., to 10 p.m. daily. Phone
2-4416, U.S. Television (all serv
Ballet, Spanish dance, guitar, la ladies
dies ladies rhythmic exercise, children's
rhythmic band. Mrs. Donaldson,
Phone Gulick 689.
Piano lassent In your hem.
Popular or classical. Zai Ban Banner!.
ner!. Banner!. Tel. 3-4818 (mornings).
LESSONS: Loam Ballroom
dancing adult toonagors. Bal Balboa
boa Balboa 2-4239. Harriott and Dunn.
Panama Area Rifle,
Slated March 4-15
Headquarters USARCAJtlB has
recently announced that the $957
Panama Area rifle and p is t o 1
rriatches 'are scheduled to be .held
from HfclJ 4-15 anrl the USAKr
cAxtirj iommana cnampionsnips
from May 6-17. :
Competing in thr Pa n a ma
championships will be three six six-man
man six-man teams from the 20th Infantry
Regiment and one six-man team
from each of the foUowinng orga organizations:
nizations: organizations: 65 AAA Group, USAR USAR-CARIB
CARIB USAR-CARIB School and the Spec 11
Troops USARCARIB and attach
ed units (coordinated Dy tne com commanding
manding commanding officer of Folt Amador.)
At least one firing member of
each rifle and pistol team will be
a man who has never fired in a
National Match or in similar
matches or this area match.
It was also announced that a
minimum of 10 men, and a maxi maximum
mum maximum of 15 will represent USAR USARCARIB
CARIB USARCARIB Panama Area is in the US USARCARIB
ARCARIB USARCARIB Command Champion Championship
ship Championship matches. The Panama Area
will also furnish at least two, and
not more than three rifle teams,
and a similar number of pistol
The commanding General of
USARCARIB will select from a-
mong the active Army competi
tors in tne usakaivid vuam vuam-pionships
pionships vuam-pionships one nine-man rifle team
nri a ix-man team for competi
tion All-Army Championships set
for Fort Benning, Oa., in June.
From the USARCARIB compe competitors
titors competitors in the All-Army Champion Championships,
ships, Championships, one six-man rifle team, and
a four-man pistol team, plus a cap captain
tain captain and coach for each team, will
be selected to coompete in the Na National
tional National Rifle and Pistol Matches at
Camp Perry, Ohio, during August
Latest Disc . .,
"TEEN AGE LOVE"
Via Espafia ft 45 3-12S5
THK Vixrreo STATES Of AMtBICA
UsIlrH Slalas Drjtrirt Cswrt Twr Tks
DMrlH sf Canal ZsM
In Admiraitj No. IIOS I Libs! In tm)
Whsrr-aa. on lha srvsnth day of Faa.
ijk.ii.nt filaal asm libci tai tha District
Court of tha United Statu for tna Cris Cristobal
tobal Cristobal Diatrirt of tha Canal Zona aasinst
th M V GobcKxiar her boats, tsekl
spparcl and fumiturs. In a eauas af
OtMIU ail tlTII BTS aaajniHna-.
Anal alm.M. BT TtM ST BSSSSSl m
due form of law. to ae dtrseted. r r-tumsbls
tumsbls r-tumsbls an ths fifth da af March 1
ivrt i k. ariraa and taken fha aaidi
motor vsssH Cabal. aac and base Dr
kn wr nwtaKrr.
Katira ia liali. arven. that a Dis
trict Court wiH ba hdd tat tha United
Stat Caw. Boom, ta tba City of Crta Crta-t6l.
t6l. Crta-t6l. Canal Zans
On tho flfrh das of March. TtST tor
ths trial of tmii isiiilsa. and lbs own owner
er owner ar swivsra. and a", oaiiasia who mas
hv or da no sirs Intel eat sre hereb hereb-red
red hereb-red to be snd srase-r st fh tjir
aeasw rauat. it mr
final dtuss ahouk
I a VI -a w-. KlUm S.
Usarrcc. Tm.m tm UWflant.
FOR SALE: 4-dining room
chairs, v Rattan chair and foot
stool (3) strand, Rattan coffoo
table, four poster, bod with1
' springs and .: innorspring mar mar-trots
trots mar-trots House 41 6-A, Washington
drive Now Cristobal after 5:00
FOR SALE: Davenport, chairs
sideboard, vanity and other
household items. Call. 4-483 C.
FOR SALE; Refrigerator
Norgo, -., $135.00 (available
March 1), far $20. Both 25
cycle." Binders and A I b u m
pages for stamp collectors. 15-27-B,
Almond street, Gavilan
Area, t Balboa, Phone Balboa
FOR SALE: Living room
suite 4 chairs and 2 foot stools
of Rattan $25.00. Ph. 84-8174,
2385 0- Cecoli.. -l'C;":i4
FOR SALE: G. E. radio with
25-cycle record player attach attached,
ed, attached, good condition. $65.00. Sil Silver,
ver, Silver, chest,, $50.00. Tool cabinet,
steel and tools, $100.00. Deep
fry, $10.00. House 6443 Los
Rios.. Phone Balboa 1821.
FOR SALE: Maytag Wash Washing
ing Washing Machine wringer type ex excellent
cellent excellent condition. 60 cycle call
FOR SALE: Four mahoga mahogany
ny mahogany bar stools. Ph. Balboa 1716.
Boats & Motors
FOR SALE: 1 8-ft: sloop. Beit
offer. Robert Harris, Albrook
2166. Most sell.
FOR SALE: 14 ft. Out-
board runabout boat, complet complet-ly
ly complet-ly f iberglassed, fully equipod.
Ready for inspection. Call Sgt.
FOR SALEf 20 ft, -t cabin
boat .Beachcomber" twin 25
: H.P. Outboardt. A 1 condition.
25 mph. See "Red" at Diablo
Club or call Bal. 2-3305.
Deirdre McMullan, of Sad Fran Francisco,
cisco, Francisco, strains to get a close look
at a carved redwood .Madonna
in a Sausolito museum. The Ma Madonna
donna Madonna reportedly began crying
tears of resin shortly alter it had
been kissed by an unidentified
Yen will anake friend by th
fireplace in the sepalaf bar bar-toaruje
toaruje bar-toaruje of
' BOQUETE V
Tear drinks never tasted better
than the reel of the
WANTED: Used 30-06." Leave"
Phone- No. with manager at
Cristobal Yacht Club. v
WANTED: Vacation quarters
Canal Zone, 3 months or long longer.
er. longer. Call Curundu 6262.
LOST: Whoever finds a walet
with important paper return
it to Gilbert Bodilo. P. O..Box
'1033, Colon.. Reward.
Solon's Bill Would
Cut DownSize Of
'Unduly Bis' Firms
WASHINGTON. Feb. 22 (UP)-
Democratic and Republican con
gressional leaders gave a general generally
ly generally cool reception yestery to Presi
dent Eisenhower's call for-United
Nations "pressure to forte Israel
out of Egyptian terrory, ;
There was support for "MriSEis
enhower's position for a number
of Republicans and some Demo Democrats.
crats. Democrats. But Senate leaders of both
parties., plus key members of the
House ana senate, stood tirmiy
against any U.N. sanctions against
Israel, .' .'-:-$v
Senate Republican Leader Wil
liam F. Knowland, who opposes
punishment of Israel alone, said
the President's Wednesday night
speech failed to change his views.
Senate Democratic Leader Lyn
don B. Johnson voiced "regret" at
Mr. Eisenhower's stand.
Members of Congress came for
ward one after another .yesterday
to respond to the President. Their
attitude was not i binding on the
government in its U.N. stand but
the administration presumably
will give weigh to the viewa of
influential members. ,- ;
Knowland said he thought Mr.
Eisenhower made "an excellent
presentation of this government's
Dosition." But he said he thought
the President's, remarks about
obedience of U.N. resolutions ap
plied "equally well to the .so .soviet
viet .soviet Union in the Hungarian
trnnnrlanrl UVifL. VOl Arfl V fnT-
. Miiwn .
m ally proposed sanctions against
u. t. .f in nnnAGPri In .i.ne arjDlica-
tion of sanctions against Israel if
they are not prepared w appiy
tnem 10 oiner muuiu.
Speaker Sam Rayburn (D-Tex)
said he thought Mr. Eisenhower
n.l.J hio aiiHa nf thp ClSt! DrettV
well." But he said it still must
be determined whether that state state-men
men state-men was "exactly the proper
Has Just Unpacked
Nash ,M "
Oldsmobile ai w
Accessories, S. A.
15th St and Melendes Ave.
Phone 1336, Colon
t .tf nlr?n P 0
- II L -10 OO.
CMC Wil c
- Trinsisthmiaa Hijhway TeL 3
MAID WANTED: General
i housework live k. Care small,,
(A children. References required.
, Apply in person 10-11, 1-2 0202-
B Harrick Rd. Ancon. jJ- i
Labor Leader Jays
Info Hopeless Spot
WASHINGTON. Feb, 22 (UP)
AFL-CIO. President George
Maeny charged today ; that th
TT S rnvArr.rnArit. ho1 rai
neuvered into the impossible
position of siding with the dic dictatorships
tatorships dictatorships against, democracy in
ua.C avav.w.r; vmwvi ..t
Meany said in' a statement
that the AFL-CIO 1 "strongly
opposed to the : impositioit of
sanctions against: Israel by the
United Nations." He, said; s"W
consider such a move ft travesty
on Justice," i:t''.
Ji"The iu.N.,'Meany ; said, 'nai
failed to Invoke, sanctions, In
much moreflagrapt cases of ag aggression
gression aggression such as Soviet Russia's-against
Hungary and In India'
dia' India' against Kashmir. Egypt'
defiance of the U.N. by blockad blockading
ing blockading Israeli shipping; also has
"It Is difficult for American
labor to understand how our
country ever jtot maneuvered in into
to into the Impossible position of
siding with th dictatorships
and against demtferacy in the
Middle East with Soviet Rus-.
sia and Egypt 'which are th
real threats to peace tarid a a-gainst
gainst a-gainst Israel which seeks only
an; undisturbed opportunity to
. U.f. lit.. A
pie."- -;;, Q-:r
uuuu a ucLbcr mE' i ui aua wu
Double teds wftrf l! :
, spring. and rriaftjres j, 19.0(1
Metal, chests fr- ..r
drawers' .J lit jr'
Dinette Sets .v. 9.0
Metal SIdeboardf -in 15.00
Metal beds (39). with
Springs V. H -5C
Cribs .with new
mattresses ...4.v.. S9.00
Center Tables ....... 15.00
Linoleums .............. -93
Chairs .......... i.'.i f.50
National Ave. N6,:41
, Phone 3-4911 r S-734
simple, practicalush practicalush-button
button practicalush-button sewing machine.
' doeiibiittbnholM ;
turnirifc' ;ih fabric.
A standard NECCBI 'an be
had tot $145.00. With o down
payment and installments of
oniy si-zs v..
betlda tha Uttarr s s-Bella'
Bella' s-Bella' Ma ranck
lasts Arssssjcna As..ai
THE PANAMA AMERICAN -'AN NDRFEN1RN1 DAILY NEWSFAFEB
tH "STORY 4F MARTHA WAIN
Al Puts on the Sqneeie
TERRY AND THE PIRATM
' I t a v
THEM 'JEWELS t
WHEN WILL r SET HI OFBINS SHOP TDMOPKW
THEM MCK7 rT GIVETHE WWWE BILvYA -.
IS SONUA'TAKH' MONEY
WEEYaT THE MOST.. THEN VOll
HA 1 KNEW THAT BOONDOCKS JOKER
weirTSMO? will have
TO SELL fTEMS BELOW
WA5 OUT ON US. WASINE THE
BALL HE MU5TVE HAP TO BATE BEING
PK3CH7 UP 0y THE PROVOST MARSHAL
COST. GO GET YCW
B!: ji bubo
FRIDAY,. FEBRUARY 22, 1951
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By AL VEKMEEB
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TAKE TWO -?
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' Little, of Minneapolis. If week -old raouie, Just an inch ?
. lonf, plus another inch lor Its tall. The tiniest eye-dropper
too big fot iU mouth, soit teU it one-course dinner of milk ;
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OUR BOARDING HOUSE
MAJOR HOOFLEOUT OUR WAI
By J R. WILLIAMS
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walr oNMiid laavt 11 nonve tike new. ...
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Whi?per,' introduces Oscer, hit pet boa constrictor, to Imil Dupere, el
Ltort Gulick. during last week's lecture at the Fort Gulick Library. Imil
looks as if he ere a bit suspicious as to how much a pet Oscar really is.
Vinton's lecture was on jungle oddities.
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ARRAIGNED IN BROOKLYN BOMBING Still flashing his
characteristic smile, George Mctesky, the so-called "Mad Bomb Bomb-ir
ir Bomb-ir neers out frcm behind bars in Brooklyn, NY. before his
arraignment for the bombing Dec. 2, 1956 of the Brooklyn Para Paramount
mount Paramount Theater, where seven persons were injured The ar ar-"raienment
"raienment ar-"raienment made Metesky liable to an added 235 years in prison
on seven counts of attempted murder and assorted other charges.
feather Or Not
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PANAMA, R. P., FRIDAY,
Sanity Tests On
NYs Mad Bomber
NEW vork, Feb.
v.;-nri J! ,-rMOlls Jlinge jonn Mlll-
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.ea toi.a po.iooned the arraign-
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ment of George Metesky, the tion designating the week of Feb.! corned by other honorary members
"Mad Bomber oendine the com- 24 ia March 2 a Engineers Week-of the Junta in the Canal Zone in in-Dlehl
Dlehl in-Dlehl f V.n,tv..t. J.ZT designating Friday. March Ucluded each of the Armed 6erv.
plehon of sanity tests. Metesky EngtWs and ArchiUscts' Dsy ices' Commanding Generals. j
is confined in Bellevue Hospital's! in th nmrlamatkm. the Got em -1 Th Ohms will be seated en a'
psychiatric division. lor pointed out that the Panama; throne placed on a specially built British prime Minister Antnony
iCsnal has long been recognized a platform facing the Monument anil Eden has suffered two new at at-Mullen
Mullen at-Mullen set the arraignment for one of the modern engineering! members of the Balboa H I g a tacks of the ailment which fore fore-next
next fore-next Thursday on condition that wonders of the world and that it s School music group tinder the di- ed his retirement, during hls
the tests were completed bv that achjevmeent which represents rection of Victor Herr will flay ty-j current cruise to New Zealand
itime. Melefky faces a
: a .. count indictment, including seven practical application of scientific be followed by a ride through the;ceive emergency" medical treat treat-S:0
S:0 treat-S:0 p4n. charges of attempted murder. I knowledge. istr.eU of fanama. I stent at Auckland, New Zealand,
Country is safe' Abraham Lincolr.
FEBRUARY 22, 1957
ATLANTA, Feb. & (UP) U.S.
SuDreme Court decisions under at
tack in an impeachment move' in
the Georgia legislature today fig
ured in integration lawsuits in
three other southern states.
" While the Georgfa Hoitee of re representatives
presentatives representatives debated a frontal at
tack on six court memoers in including,
cluding, including, Chief Justice Earl War Warren,
ren, Warren, the Supreme Courts decision
were reflected in these actions:
A private golf club in Greens Greensboro,
boro, Greensboro, N.C., denied under question
ing by Feciera' Jtwge jonnson j.
Hayes that its corporation bylaws
exclude Negroes, from' member
Federal Judge Emett Cheat in
Miami Tuled the Municipal Golf
Xeune of Ft. Leuderdete, Fl.,
must be opened to Negroes. He
gave the city 10 dT in which to
aPseat. -if '
Federal Judge .Hobart Grooms
in Birmingham refused to dismiss;
a suit of 21 Negroes seeking to ov overthrow
erthrow overthrow a eity bus segregation law.
The Neeroes are to go on trial
in a city court en March JS tori
violating tne jaw.
The Federal trial at Greensboro
was a first test of a North Caroli Carolina
na Carolina law under which Negroes claim
ed they were banned from a form
er citv eolf course now leased to
i private operators for $1 a year:
The Negroes cnarged tne state
ATLANTA. Feb. 22 (UP) Geor
eia's move to impeach six U. S.
Supreme Court members including
Chief Justice Earl Warren and to
ban racially mixed baseball ap
parently headed toward state le
gislative victories today
Gov. Marvin Griffin's lieutenants
Predicted strong administra t i o n
acking wil insure passage of
both measures in the final House
session despite a vocal minority
A charge of "ridiculous ...Mc ...Mc-Carthyism"
Carthyism" ...Mc-Carthyism" reached its highest
pitch in the Senate which never nevertheless
theless nevertheless passed the impeachment
demand yesterday, 37-11, and re
turned it to the House.
The resolutioa accusing the us-
tices of committing "high crimes
and misdemeanors" in decisions
concerning segregation. Commu Communist
nist Communist subversion and states' rights
has already passed the House
With only one day left the House
needed only to approve a Senate
amendment-dropping charges tint
Associate Justices William O. Dor-1
glas and Hugo Black accepted
"bribes' from Communist-backed
The other justices named are
Tom Clark, Felix Frankfurter and
Critics of the Senate massed
baseball bill warned it might drive'
nig league exhibition games and
farm teams from the state and
doom the Class A South Atlantic
The bill to outlaw all forms of
racially mixed entertainment was
frankly aimed at basebaU e 1 n b s
having both white and Negro play
ers as do four Georgia teams of
the South Atlantic League.
To Be Celebrated
On Zone Feb. 24
All residents of the Canal Zone
have been invited to join in paying
tribute to professional engineers,
"the pioneers of today whose crea
tive efforts, past and present, fere
vident in all phases of our mo
The invitation was issued b
Gov. V. E Potter, in a proclama-
k. u.w..;- wmAm -t m-
.r t.i.r k. k mKMp,
with attempting thus to evade
Supreme Court decision' rgainat
segregation of public recpeation la la-cilities
cilities la-cilities but John R. Hughes, pres presided
ided presided of the Gillespie Park Golf
Club, Inc., denied this. ,- ,3
Hughes testified he knew of no
reason whv Neeroes could: not be
come members of the golf club if
they make proper application. But
he said membership is restricted
to persons approved by tne direc directors.
tors. directors. ' '
The citv of Fort Lauderdale con
tinued effort? it had already begun
to dispose, of its golf course be because
cause because of tne integration suit be before
fore before Judge Choate. The city has
also considered building a new mu municipal
nicipal municipal course to be opened to oboth
whites and Negroes.
In other developments involving
segregation: ; it i'
Segregationists invited.: gov governor
ernor governor and other top state off i i-'
' i-' cert efi Georgia Jiiippl and
South Carolina te a rally at Bes Bessemer,
semer, Bessemer, Ala.j a Birmingham sub sub-.
. sub-. urbi to "bring southerner up to
date" on segregation ami civil
rights matters. No date was set.
The Anderson County, Tenn.,
school board voted unanimously is
expel a 21-year-old Negro senior
who was suspended from the in integrated
tegrated integrated Clintor High School for
striking a 15-year-old White stu student
dent student and waving a.' pen knife at
. The National Assn. for the Ad Advancement
vancement Advancement of Colored People af-
I ter two years of litigation complied
wiin an oraer inai n rexisier as a
corporation doing business in North
. Secretary of Stat Thad Eure
said the ,NAACP;: has now been
placed squarely under rule gov
erning '"domesticated cor p o r a a-tions
tions a-tions and1 now must publish its
secret membership list.
Failure to use caution m start
ing a motor vehicle cosi Gilberto
de Leon, 23, Panamanian, $15
whpn hiir '-nffense was heard yes
terday fn Balboa. Magistrate's
Fermin Cedeflo, 27, Panamanian
paid $10 fine for having no anvers
Dowell William Harrel, 25 n
American serving with the Navy,
was fined $35 in Balboa Magi
strate's Court yesterday after-'of
noon on a charge of reckless driv
CZf RP Queens
To Join Tomorrow
There will be Queens galore
tomorrow afternoon when Pana Panama's
ma's Panama's Carnival Jarrta will loin
the Canal Zone group to mark
the beginning festivities of the
Panama's Queen of Progress,
who will be chosen tonight, will
make her first official appearance
tomorrow when she enters the Ca
al Zone for a flag-raising ceremi'
ny in front of the Goethals Wonu
Canal Zone Gov. William Potter
will assist the queen in raising the
green-and-white Carnival bannei
which will fly over the Canal Zone
for the entire Carnival season.
Panama's Queen, her- court and
her official murga band will start
out from the Chamber of Com Commerce
merce Commerce Bufldinf in Panama at 2:30
tomorrow to enter the Canal ZoneJ
She will be accompanied by the
queen of' the Chinese Colony and
At the Limits the group will be
met and escorted by members of
Carnival junta. Zone representa representative
tive representative William Area and other offi officials
cials officials as well as Canal .Zone Police.
The five candidates for Queen
of the Policeman's Ball, the Bal-
Hieh School Queen and tne
Balboa YMCA Queen will be wait-
ins- at thr Monument for the Pa-
nama aroun. Besides the rovern-
or. Panama's ouecn will be wel
T.-.MM.MiaM JanMa fop her-
ti n-a.ri-in pmainAt will'aniirrM in Tinrtrtn. VApn avill re-
By RICHARD A. MULLENS
, IF YOU plan to itemize your! de deductions
ductions deductions for 1956. vou will be inter
ested in the table printed with this
article which shows the averaee
deductions, as percentages, of ad adjusted
justed adjusted gross income,: claimed by
tax-payer in iwz.
i It is always wise te r have rec
ords-'te back up your deductions,
This Is especially important if your
deductions exceed, the averages
shown in the, table,.
. But before1 you cans decide
whether to itemize deductions, you
must determine what medical,
child care; casualty, s and other
deductions you ran add on tothe
deductions covered in the previous
chapter of the income Tax frimer.
j To determine .. your deductible
medical exponses, you should first
Separate all amounts spent m 195e
fort medicine and drugs because
such amounts are subject to spe special
cial special rule. Then; add up all amounts
paid for medical or dental eare, in including
cluding including all thev items described on
page of the official 'instructions.
Amounts paid for medicines ana
drugs can only.be included in the
deduction to the extent they ; ex exceed'
ceed' exceed' '1 per cent of- yoyr adjusted
gross1 income. This is so regardless
of the age of you or your wife.
it however, either you' orAyour
wife was 65 on or before Jan .1,
1957. the remainder of your expen
ditures for medical and dental
care for yourself or your wife can
be deducted in full up to a maxi
mum dollar limit. If neither you
nor your wife Was-65 on or before
Jan. li 1957, then your medical
and dental expenses must first be
reduced by 3 per cent of your ad
justed gross income and you can
only deduct the reaminder, subject
to a maximum dollar limit.
The maximum dollar limit on
the, amount. of medical expense de deduction
duction deduction Is now: j,
$5,000 on a joint return or return
of, a head of household, if two .ex
emptions are claimed: $7,500 if
three exemptions are claimed; and
$10,000 if four or, more exemptions
On- a separate return of a tax
payer not the head of a household,
$2,500 if one exemption if claimed,
ana s5,ooo u two or more excep exceptions
tions exceptions are claimed. i
In determining the limit on med
ical expenses, do not count the ex
tra exemption for old age or Wind
ness.'H j.:;.- ,!.-': . ''c
Keep In mind that vou ran in.
elude anv medical, dental
expenditures you-make on behalf
of either- a dependent or one yeu
iv viitiiicu. ns h aepenu aepenu-ent
ent aepenu-ent if he had had gross income in
Cost Of Living Shoots Up
For Fifth Straight Month
WASHINGTON. Feb 22 (UP)
The cost of living shot up to a rec-
ord high again last month, the
government reported today. It
was the fifth consecutive month
it has set a record,
. of ,v hllH 14
:,,! wftrk-r. in th. .lltnmnhii
farm enntnment and airpraft in.
The Labor Department's Bureau
Labor statistics said
sumer price index rose two-tenths
of one per cent between December
and January to 118.2 per cent of
average 1947-49 prices.
Bureau Commissioner Ewan
Clague said he expects living
costs to continue "to creep up
like this" again in February.
Th Bureau reported that
average take home pay of factory
workers in January and their
paycheck-buying power were, at
"C0rd 'eve's ri "e v"nP". Mwisrvupa m guuus snn services,
they were below the peak reached
n aalrt the decline was due
largely to a drop in the number of
inourg worked and an increase of
ne-fourth" of one per cent in the
social security tax..
REPORTED AIUNQ former
aemrrllnv tn CnnMrrativa Party
1A i I
TAX MADE EASYjJNbi 'lO)
Average Deductions Claimed in 1952
.- Percentile of adjusted (roes Income claimed: ? t ; i s s ' i- '.
Adjusted rroes Contri- Int- Taxes' Casualty Medical y Mis. Total
income elasaes button ereat looses expena i ; t- ded.
$100,000 and, over
Total taxable return v 4,1 ;
1956 of less than $600. If your your
wife were 65 or over in 1956, a a-mounts
mounts a-mounts paid by your for medical or
dental care of your dependents
can only be included to the extent
they exceed 3 per cent of your ad adjusted
justed adjusted gross income. '.i,,
The so-called child care deduc
tion for working mothers has sev-'
oral restrictions. For one thing,
Ven though yea qualify for the de-if yoU are a working wife, Thes.j amples of items 4hat can be de deduction,
duction, deduction, you cannot claim it and two limitations do not apply, how-, ducted in -' the .'., MieellanMnii'
.1- I .1 .,
ini i tismira aeaucnon too. uiro ever, m a winning wue.wnose nus nus-other
other nus-other personal deductions' it eani band is incapable of self-support
only be deducted if you itemize on because of a mental or physical
page 2 of Form 1040.
The only people entitled to this
deduction are women (including
working wives) and men (provid
ed they are widowers', legally sep
arated, or divorced) who, in or order
der order to be gainfully employed must
pay for the care of one or more of
the following described depend dependents:
ents: dependents: .' ? .v 'i;.xV';-i '"
; A son. daughter. or etepchild
who is under 12 years of age or to
any dependent who is physically or
mentally unable to care for him himself.
' A taxpayer Is considered to be
gainfully employed if he is work
ing for aomeone else, is'self-em-
pioyea, or ii looking for work.
with three rinpnrintn : .i.h
$74.99' a week after taxes last
month about $1.50 below his De-
Icember earaincs. His buvine now.
er stooa at 122.8 per cent of the
1947-49 averaee. com na red in 105 s
As a result of the rise In llvinc
COstS. 1.1 million automohile. farm
j equipment and aircraft factory
workers will Eet a nennv an hour
Py hike on March 1.
The bureau said pay increases
will go to 300,000 workers in elec electrical
trical electrical and other industries whose
wage contracts contain est of liv living
ing living escalator clauses. These in include
clude include 120,000 .Westinghouse Elec Electric
tric Electric Corp. employes' who will get
a penny an hour increase next
The price index showed nrices
for food and clothine declined
slightly- last month. However, the
reductions were more than offset
by price hikes for all other major
Price rises were reported for
fuel oil, coal, gas, telephone ser-
vice, laundry and dry cleaning,
hospital and ; medical services,
used cars, automobile insurance.
gasoline and new models of some
New car prices at the dealers
level were lower but tne decline
was only half that registered In
January a year ago.
Bents averaged about the same
as in December.
Household fuel oil prices rose 4J
per cent and coal and gas prices
a fraction of one per cent. Clague
said the ris in I''" "i nree
since the Suez Canal shutdown
was "pulling" the prices of other
fuels with it. ;
THE CENTRAL AT THE
HEAD OF A WORLD WORLDWIDE
WIDE WORLDWIDE DRIVE- ;
According with information
received from New York, Uni Universal
versal Universal Films, of Panama, with
the CENTRAL CIRCUIT ol
Panama, have succeeded In
obtaining the Number One
position In the Drive, now
being celebrated throughout
the entire world. V
The Central Circuit has
helped Universal Films to
maintain its leadership, and
beat the other offices of the
LIVE SO LONG) ;
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4.3 V r
For any one year, you cannot If your casualty loss in '1956 ex ex-deduct
deduct ex-deduct more than $600 for such ex-i ceeds your 1956 income you can
penses regardless j of how much j deduct the- excess from' your 1954
more you actually- spent. If you and. 1955 incomes and get a, refund,
spent less than $600 for care of the .po this by filing a claim on a form
dependent while you were "gain- you can get from your District Dw
fully employed, then you can ori- rector of internal Revenue.; , ,'
ly ''deduct, the amount; spent. ; v J .The last deduction schedule en
The amount of the deduction is page 2 is a catch-all for deductions
subject to two further limitations hot taken elsewhere. JTvnieal
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disability. The limitations are:
,1. The working wife must file a
joint return with her husband and
2. Her. dependent's.! care deduc deduction
tion deduction must be reduced by. the a a-mount
mount a-mount by which the sad justed gross
income on the joint return exceeds
$4,500. For example, i, she has
Spent $500 for dependent's c a r e
while she was "gainfully employ
ea ana tne adjusted gross income
on the joint; return was $4,650, her
deduction would be reduced by
$150 ($4,650 .minus $4,500) to $360.1
tr De not include in the deduction
any amounts paid for:. child er
ether dependent's eare te someone
who is also your dependent for tax
purposes. Thui, if a, i widower pays.
nil 17-year-old daughter $60 '- a
month to stay home and take care
of his younger children, he is notlnertv held for Investment. Thia in.
entitled to a $600 child ; care exJ
pense deduction 'for those- pay-,
. Property losses caused either by
a casualty or theft can. be shown
on page 2 of Form 1040 even
though the property is for your
own personal use: Casualty losses
include damage from fire, storm.
flood, lightning, hurricane and other-sudden,
unexpected or unusual'
causes. Thus damages from a
bursting boiler or frozen pipes
would be a casualty loss.
" You can deduct damages to your
car caused by a collision:: unless
the collision was due to your wil
lful negligence. Faulty Driving is
not classed as wilful negligence.
but driving while Intoxicated is so
classified.. i-- -j- -' '' ,:".;
The amount of the loss er damage
te bo deducted should be comput computed
ed computed in. accordance with the official
instructions on page 10.
If you have difficulty determin determining
ing determining the fair market value of the
property both before and. just aft
er the loss, as required by the in
strucUons, remember that suehsUrriBg roje .:? .-,
things as repai- bills, insurance
adiuster's estimates, and police or
fire department records are good
evidence of the amount, of your
lOSS. -'"'-' ,..: '-"-'--:
A loss from casualty or from
theft; should be deducted -in the
year the loss occurred,. If yeu are
covered by insurance,, the loss
must be reduced by any recovery.!
AF Soolhes Public
Fears Of Runaway
-WASHINGTON Feb. 22 (UP).
The Air Force today assured tne
public that runaway guided mis missiles
siles missiles are a rarity. i i
However, despite the assurance,
the House Armed Services Commit Committee
tee Committee directed its staff' to 'make a
preliminary Investigation of how a
Matador guide missle broke from
control yesterday at Alamagordo,
New Mexico.' '..' -. J ... :
The Air Force today still sought
to learn where the Matador crash crashed.
ed. crashed. One reixrt indicated it may
have crashed in Wyoming near
Rock Springs, but this was proved
An Air Force spokesmen said
the Air Force has launched more
! than l.ooo missiles in the last sev sev-i
i sev-i en yesrs with "less than five mis mishaps."
haps." mishaps." v-,.; .
i One of the most sensational of
the "mishaps" Involved a Snark
an atomic guided missle reputed
!to have intercontinental range.
I A Snark launched-from Patrick
Air Force Base, Fla., last Decem Decem-;
; Decem-; ber broke from control and presum presum-:
: presum-: ably crashed ia the Brazilian jun jungles
gles jungles 3.000 miles sway.
A ljOO-ssile ae boor Nike guided
missile was aceidentaDT fired in
3955 st Ft Meade, Md. Fracments
roufed holes ia the BaUjmore BaUjmore-Washirtgten
Washirtgten BaUjmore-Washirtgten expressway, but nobo nobody
dy nobody was injured. -.
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1 1 $8.1
' i 16.7
: ; 134
j 1 15.8
1- v l f
'1. EXDenses of aarnina vour a.
fary ;er wage. Any ordinary and
necessary expenses in your line of
work are deductible. This includes
dues, initiation fees and assess assessments
ments assessments to labor unjons,Jand profes professional
sional professional societies: entertainment of
customer ; to promote specific
dealt and not just for general food
wai; unifornis,rwork clothes 8nd
costumes required in your work
and that do not replace' your own
ordinary ? clothing; safety equip
ment, tools and supplies necessa necessary
ry necessary and customary in your work.
, 2.; Alimony ;, paid regularly, but
not necessarily at fixed intervals,
under court orders You eannot'de.
duct any sums, specifically desig.
nated for the support of your mi minor
nor minor children. ; ,.a.?-,-:-;tv'.v-,.A.-Vi
3. Costs of management 'main
tenance and conservation of pro
cludei -cost of ; a safety j deposit
box for yrfur securities.' '!'
4. fees or expenses incurred in
preparing your income 4ax return.
Next: i Short form or iong-
Too Much At
' LONDON, Feb. 22 (UP) The
scene In whlch Joan of Arc Is
burned at the stake turned out to
be almost too realistic today : for
actress, Jean Seburg, Fire burning t
around the feet of the American 1
actress blazed up too high at a
London movie studio. '?;'. :
It happened' at Shepperton. Stu, Stu,-dio.
dio. Stu,-dio. where : Otto Preminee' '- is
filming "St Joan."; .Somebody
turned the gas too high around
There ws,nothing the, -actress
could do. .She was chained to the v
stake atop the bonfire, and her
screams Were part of the- script.
Dozens-of ; extras shouting
"Burn her!" failed to realize Miss
Seburgs plight 'until firemen'
daihed tip with fire extinguishers.
A studio -spokesman said she,
stiff erd .' slight ; bums on the
tnmaxti aa ui11 ai cinccrl hair, k
hem of her dress was burned,
Premineer said the scene was
so realistic he will' not do a
retake. Newsmen were assured it
war not a publicity stunV
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