The Panama American

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

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Panama -- Panama

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

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University of Florida
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32nd TEAS
1 PANAMA, Tt.. MONDAY, FEBRUARY 251957,
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. Tcoanii of 30-Injurcd Building Say ; ;

Rent: Collector Came

: -Buf., Repairmen Never

" Tenants of; building, a' portion of .which collapsed

Saturday night injuring 30 persons, complawed today tha.s
the collector came, around promptly each. 'month' to collect,
the rental aJthough jt,had.be'en condemned as unsafe .'by
, bealth' a'uthftrities. V ' i J
i The- flooring "of- three 'rooms andta portion t of the
balcony 'of, the building, locked diagonally opposite the
P.R,!.1 freight hou?er on -""B" Avenuecollapsed, Saturday Saturday-durine.
durine. Saturday-durine. a christening" partyi y 1- ;';.

rue u;r
Ci! b Senior

ICilld In

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"li ,' In f ill !?'. X M

, C A Critebl HigK ?ehool tnlci
? 5 driving heme from Softball
'.gm is the. Interior yesterday
) ; was killed end 11 of hit cempa cempa-.
. cempa-. nions, were injured when thoir,
' .open benana truck-ran over. a
? S!. 'prooipico t Salud near-Palmes
i Ballaa and era shod. ,.,'.

f Daniel Mock, i a 19-year-old Pa Pa-1
1 Pa-1 - namanian student .t C.H.S. was

) the only fatality.,, -a ''?
f The others., 10 vouths and a lit

' tie girl were being treated, today

at the Amador Guerrero Hospnai.

They are all Colon resldentsT,:
'.''" ''Mock who was ",kifiown as,an
, excollont athleto at school 'was
, f preparing to loove for -Florida
. ;thi wook whort ho expected to
: foln thrf.U. Navy-, He was
drving the truck towards Colon.
1 at -the time of the accident ,-.

'V' FuneraL'services for the" 'youth

-were slated for 4 n.nu today ac

'. lording to his parents, .Mr. and
. fars... Donajd Mock. The father is

r :, i emprovea as- an aum nitxudiuu iir
" lhWf-Uiv st i't.-Culickrv

, According to the Colorf -Tolifc

, Chief the accident was proDaoiy

, ; due to speeding end lnexpjenenc
; d driving. , r :
- Mock had borrowed the truck
' from a friend. Reports indicate
the truck ran off the road while
n coming down S hill.
. The condition of the 10 youths
1 and a little girl who were passen passen-1
1 passen-1 gers in the truck could not be as-
, certained at press time.
. They were listed as Eulalia Gal Gal-,
, Gal-, Van, Santander Ortir, Daniel Or.
tiz, Cecilio "Acoffta, Jf .j Cayetano
t Molinar,. Juan Becerr,, 3os GonT
dola, Antonio de la Espada, Ania-
no Fonseca, Damasco Galvan and
" ylittle girl. Tom ass Jimenez -.j s

SHO At Thcstrc
-1: Guild Opening
: There's" "Standing Room Only

' tonight at the Theatre Guild's pro

duction of Death of a Salesman"
which i begins, its. six-performance

run'-tonighL'--nY-''''' 41
t There are still some tickets left
.'"rowever' for? other .erformsnces.
J 'hey- may, be obtained, by calling
IrsHoyle at Balboa. ; 1513 be be-'
' be-' tween1 1 and 9 p,m. ,. f i : : ; 4
The Arthur Miller prize-winning
play "features Leonard -Worcester
In the title role, and is directed
' by Fred Berest.

.Thirty persons, 'Including, 6-year-old
julla Fabiola Rojas who
had been baptized late the same
afternoon, -were Injured when

the floor-iiif collapsed,- -plummeting
"dancers,' other- guests,

neignbors and nousenoid furni furniture
ture furniture Into the Ashton battery
store Jbelow. :' ' t ;

This inorninr "the owner f

tne .battery shop, Asbton Ifol Ifol-lingsworth,
lingsworth, Ifol-lingsworth, end insurance and
safety off icials were busy esti estimating
mating estimating the extent of the dam

age' to the front and display
section of the plant. -,
The building; located in- an
area .variously .called '.. "Lumber
Yard," "Little .Market", 'and

"MerOadito Arias," Is one of a
series of old -wooden buildings
which run .from Central Avenue
out to p Ave, -. ,l

, Only, last week, the fact that

those buildings constituted
safety, hazard -and contro controversy
versy controversy .over whether they wr re
the responsibility of the Safe
,ty Qfflpe or the Municipal En Engineer
gineer Engineer had been taken, up by
several Spanish fane uage -newspapers.'
- ";
Tenants said that ,when thev

comDiamea.to tne collector re-

carding the need for renalrs h

had informed tbem that safety

auiuunues '-wouifl not issue a

permit because the building had
been condemned. -1 :,, ,

Reportedly, the owner of th-

buildings in the area hsve been
considering' their demolition for

some tiroei order to put-8p a-j

uqw Duuuuig. . ...

ut the Jack or. tenement
hous-'ne makes it almost im impossible
possible impossible for the owner to get
the tenants to vacate the hun-j
dreds of rooms which make up
the series of rickety, insani insanitary.,
tary., insanitary., Wooden buildings..
Of the 30 persons lnlured.

three," including the little cirl

who was baptized.; wer kept in

uie hospital lor. observation,";

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SELF SERVICE SUPPLY Pfc. Nool A. Hansen, U. 1- Army Garrison, Fort Gulick, demonstrates the newest
t innovation in Supply the Self-Serviee Supply Cen tor located at Fort Gulick, Complete 'with shopping
carts and check out -counter the center offers' some 1500 items of stationary, clOsning and housekeeping
meteWals, from, its modern .display shelves. 1 Available to Supply Representatives, 'the center mskes it pos possible
sible possible to shop, in minutes for items it would formerly have taken days to get through old supply procedures. r
The supply center -was formally opened today. (U.S.' Armv Photo)

$1C0

Vafer & Leb Branch
Clark Accused,;

Of Fcrcfcj Orders vl

A Panama canal employe ac

cused of-falsifying material or

ders for pig. lead at Mirailores
was bound over today to District

Court on four counts ox forgery.
The i defendant, Alfredo- J.

Miller, a 38-year-old Panama

nian is employed as a cleric by
th. Water .. and Laboratory

Branch or the Maintenance Di

vision. Bail of I40Q was set in

the case, and police said that

tne investigation was still con

tinuing.

Army Sets Up Own Version

0,5up.!5rjmarfe

An $100 fine was imposed War,

on an airman, ired A. MacElroj
who was found guilty in the Bal

boa Magistrate's Court of drunki

driving. v

admMej1onl tht lsl8ned V E. Vt. Zelnick and sent
lrLh o the Storehouse Dlvl31on to be

Miller Is charged wrth falsely

changing four official material
orders by adding requests for

bar? of pig lead.' The i charges
cover orders dated Ja. &. Jan.

14 and Feb'. 7,' which had been

several hours.,? He was first spot,
ted driving on Fourth of July Ave-I

nue on the lea hand side of the

road this r morning shortly afterf the Miraflores brstnch led to

: A pollcemaa. who followed the-

defendant's car said that on Fran Fran-gipani.
gipani. Fran-gipani. Street. MacElroy stopped
his -car and got -out to check what
he thought was a flat. The airman
staggered and lost t his balance

while inspecting the carthe- po-

uceman irsuiiea.

MbcElroy told the ourf today

that the undercarriage of his ear!

had 'broken loose and Ae was ex

a mining it.. ..

filled.

A rout'ne inquiry as to bow

much pig lead, was needed by

the Investigation.' Apparently

the supervisor told the re requesting
questing requesting office that they never
use pig lead, and be was ad advised
vised advised that there had been sev several
eral several orders for It, put in ever
his signature. :t ,'f
' Pig lead totalling $443.31" had

oeeri -laiseiy oraered. From an
indications, there may be addi additional
tional additional charges filed a eainst Mil Miller
ler Miller when police Investigation is
completed. ',,:

' Th Pacific" side, self-service sua-

piy center wiu be located in build building
ing building 712. in the Corozal Deoot area.

and will be opened on or about A-

pni i. i -.
1

""We feel Seymour said "th

I center provides esch organization

wiui a means to obtain supplies in
the most efficient manner, -with nn

delay -.and without the -reams of

paper work heretofore required."

forward," Seymour con t i n u e d,
"when all technical services-, irn

tes an requismons anu aeworKing together in such a venture

-w "u, uiuj snipiuvv. auppiy service
but to promote economy and cost

swer to the age old gripe of u-i consciousness throughout the Ar Ar-co
co Ar-co imanders, "They give me a' my.". -, H
to do but won't give me.thel' i
ngs I need to aciomplish myl IIfl.-r-., U',

: w-'Msp -0v.

- The Army's version of a large
modem- supermarket,' the S e 1 f-

Service Supply Center, at Fort Gu Gulick
lick Gulick was formally opened with a
ribbon cutting ceremony today.
A completely new concept in
supply; the "country store" Self-

Service Supply Center is designed
to put under one roof, expendable
supplies of all technical services.

where unit supply representatives
may purchase day to day require requirements
ments requirements as and whea needed.
Aimed at economy and speed in
the delivery of supplies, the center,

elimwat

lays vvhich were inherent- in :.the

old "System; It is also tne, Armya

answe

nit

job

tin

misMon." '".'

. Unor the self-sorvieo sot up.

each unit is granted a money
credit which la based on its mis-

h sion and actual issues of similar

items in the past. : Although no

cash is involved in the transac

tions at the center, purchases ore

charged against tho unif s credit.

So cost conscious supply sorg

oants hunt for "bargains" as if

they were paying for tho items

themselves.

, At the direction of CoL W. R,
Seymour,. USARCARTd Quarter Quarter-masier,
masier, Quarter-masier, a QM Self-Service Supply

.Center was estaDUsnea on a umu-

ed basis at the Atlantic Supply

Point at Fort Win. D. Davis, last

Sept. 1 to develop procedures and
demand data to be used in estao-

lishing and distributing QM sup

plies through tne self service me method.
thod. method. : (i,,.;..'.-.'.v:-i :; -..
This pilot center proved to be so
successful that Col. Louis D. Farns

worth. VSARCARIB G-4, decided

to establish two -command self-

service cmters, one on each side of

the Isthmus to issue not o n 1 y

Quartermaster supplies nut sup

plies of all Technical Services.

TH? PULSE
OF PANAMA

CONGRESSIONAL appro v a I
next fnontn of a bill to turn ov over
er over Now Cristobal, Paitiila and
tho 1 Panama'.City railroad sta station
tion station to Panama was predicted
today, by the tabloid daily Et
Dla, which quoted '"strictly con confidential
fidential confidential sources."

Tells Middle East

Reds Would Smash
Accomplishments

The same tabloid also echoed
what It called "many requests

from tne reading puolic tor the
Carnival Queen's throne to be in installed
stalled installed in popular spot or that it

De really accessible to the peo-

"The unanimous opinion is that WASHINGTON, Feb .25 (UP)-i-President Eisenhow'
a queen elected by popular de- er warned the people of the Midrfls Eat inAnv t tmmJ
mand should reign over the Cam- rionr nf L, "7, Hwpie ur rne rvuaaie (COST today, to Stand
ivai festivities very dose to the,J,r 0T rne menace of international Communism" lest

Zuid norie installed in Hmd "Z"' a"0.mP"snmenfsovernight."
El Panama; which obviously is nc& T' cisennower reiterated in a special shortwave
location accessible to the people. oroadcast beamed overseas that his Middle East resolu-
The text of a city ordinance is-'tio"'. Pe"fn9 in CongresS, is designed "to help bring
sued last week by Mayor Jose A. Stability to the troubled areas
ZSUcSSSffl must the fact thatwhile we ore trying to
the sale of liquor during chii- nelp build a world, or freedom and justice amona sov sov-tSJ
tSJ sov-tSJ eren Rple." the President said, "the masters ofmter-1
up to 12 years of age can only national Lommunism are WOrkina constantly tn tone Jaw

held until 7 pm ithis kind of world." r

the age of 20" can only be held The President srjok as lis

until 10 p.m.

The docrte provides for fines
of $10 to $25 for all promoters
who fallow adults to attend
dances for children or minors
and : sentences of from two to
six r months for those who keep
bars open during those- dances,
or. allow minors, to take liquor
into a dance,

r

officials voiced hope that the
Israeli troop deadlock may be

broken.
The President's .speech marfc

ed the 15th anniversary of the

"voice or America."

It was relayed by short wave

around the globe.
Mr: Eisenhdwer'g warning ( a

gainst Communism In the Mid

dle East was couched in jthjs

a EI Panama America red 0 r tb.A.. :

yesterday rjiatTthe iormer .Paci-1-- 'Tt'believe that the wen-be-flc1
Service- Center will be- trans- Ing of the people of the M'd-

SUIM.MERS ?l'ErRISir Swimmer r
Owhen itin-ciivrr f st- Fred Clerk C
The crtaUirt measured I' ia Can't r

Farfsn F
lar,
i wit e;

' ;r rday afternoon rre r.irprtsed
' .r:e ashore with a large blue stmeroy.
"st-ed to wtiJh rteen SS and A" !".
(rbeto hj Benjamin Trice)

Pccific Sidcrs:

Shiver As GJass ;
FLn:rncls To 63;
., ". i
PaeK side residents shivered
test r t end thai morniofl as
lm!' ts dropped to M do-
ert slboa Heights and 44
ets-"s -l Madden Dam. Al-
t'-o. records wore broken,'
it coolest wee thee oxpo-
rierit tho Isthmus since lest
jry i -,. '-''.
C tentporetvres over
i oe th ether hand,
r 1 as tl oVgroos et
n to and tl degrooo
t s tm
Tl e, lew Is 41 degrees
at i ehts aad St do-
gr Dem, both re-
core ; 4, 1t24.
K tNe see temper
t"- Horbor
Sun -d to 78 degrooo,,
the t ;.! year.

-FLEET, England", Feb.' 25 '(UP)
Police said yesterday they hope
to identify a gasoline thief by his
burns. i 1
The thief apparently struck" a
match' while he was siphoning gas
from a truck. He left a burned burned-out
out burned-out truck and a piece of charred;
rubber tubing.

f erred to the Panama municipali

ty as soon as details have been

worked out.'

Discussions will be held this

weex, jci ranama America saw.
According -to the paper the ma

yor plans to re-erect the service

center building on ine aarraza
Fill for operation as' a recreation

center.

' The same dally reported, that

sales of Lottery and chance tic
kets by the National Lottery dur

ing the first six months of 1956

grossed $12,128,583, so increase
of more than $600,000 for the

same period in 1955. s ?
The net profit for the period
was, $3,220,975.
. It is estimated that the sale?

for the last six months of Jasl

year and the first six 'months of
bis year will surpass previous fig

ures ..'.', V- ,. i

die East requires the nations

ef that region to build up' ana
strengthen (heir i economies
and institutions. We want to
see that kind of progress.

"My proposals fit fight In with
this purpose, for they suggested

two ..uungs:
"First, in order that thla con

structive work may go on within
these countries, they must be

free of the menace of interna

tional communism, which could

smash all their hard-won ac accomplishments
complishments accomplishments overnight.;
"And so we give these coun countries
tries countries the assurance that if
such a danger develops, and if
the United Nations machinery
cannot deal with the danger,
and a threatened country a-ks
for our help, it can count on
our help.
'.'So. behind the nrotective arm

of this assurance, the real crea

tive work of progress can go ot,'
and to speed this creative work,
an extra measure of economie
assistance for the area is includ included
ed included in my proposals.:

Hew Pjychialric;
Chiei Arriycj

I

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tt. Col. Julien C. Kennedy, hew
chief of the psychiatric service at:
Gorgas Hospital, arrived in the
Canal -Zone Friday by plane from
the United States. He was accom accompanied
panied accompanied by his wife and four young
daughters.'
. Vi ' i - t -Dr.
Kennedy, who comes to the
Canal Zone from the Lettermaa
General Hospital in San Francis Francisco,
co, Francisco, will succeed Lt. CoL. John G.

Higgins, who- has been appointed

oupenmenaeni oi corozal Hospi Hospital.
tal. Hospital.

A native of Colorado. Col. Ken

nedy attended medical school at

the University of Indiana and

took his internship at the Indiana

city Hospital in 1941. He has been

with the U.S. Army since 1940.

He is a diplomat of the Ameri

can Board of Psychiatry.

Educational Activities Stepped Up By La Boca Council;

Educational activities for a- report Issued today by the

riiiltn na wpi as. vouths have Roca civic, council.

been stepped up; according to a' The moves in Keepinj; wiui

-' ,. i recent civic v councu prouoBio

La made to Gov. Potter which arc
t ermarmri triwOrWet Mlaanin Ant tho

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IN THIS CA SPZ Ii; polite Rios-Crut of the 551st Tufineer tympany. Fort KebW. was
erltkally injured yestef eay afternoon. Cerise Hospital Haday reporttd hlM editkta, as still
critical. .- -. ; - V -' - ' "" v .;v- .
kioe-Cros was riding In the tar driven by Spi Nelsoai Cette-Heraandes ef the 9T3th En- ;
atneer Comnauv. (Aviation). Fort Kobbe. and aaother romnanion. SpS I.u is Alvares of Com

pany "F," Zutb Infantry Kefiment while passing another vehicle tbey went off the road, over- ;

turned and rolled down a IS it- embankment. ;
The accident occurred on the Toe omen highway, near the Tor omen River bridge.
The three men were on their way te the airport to meet the wife ef Rioe-Cras who was
arriving from Puerto Rire.
All th-ee men wei ftrst treated at Santo Tonus HcmpitaL Hernandea and Alvares re-.,
eelved only minor tejurie and were released from the hospital yesterday

town of hoodlums and vandals.

The first in the series of ac activities
tivities activities undertaken Is the regis registration
tration registration of 12 women in a 30 30-hour
hour 30-hour first-aid Civil. Defense
course. The women signed up
for the course at the Thursday
night council meeting.
A similar program tor male
residents, which will Include
artificial respiration 13 being
contemplated in the near future
also.- , .iP
Alfred Bowen. president ft
the Working Mens" PofthaU
League, and Claude Smith, civic
council viee-presMent and head
of the Isthmian Little League
Association, also announced a
game will be held start in" at 5
tor"9y ix the old pedro Miguel'
ball nark. -.-t,'-. -.-. r-.f. -..
Softball games started -last

week at the La-Boca. diamond.

wamen chosen t attend the
forthcorninff mmmlssarv fcrum
t.r held in the hoard room t

Palboa Ke"bts wth w'ison W.
Crooks, director of .the Emolovea

and Rervire Bure.u. Jirirt one

o'f'ctals of th- commissary rU

vtsinn, tomorrnw v 7 n.m.. win
meet, et th- Servle-! rsme te
avoll themselves ef the Ira-n.

OrtrtsOon that has been provide

Officers of the rouneSl arid

the members of the executive

committee'1 are C. E- Pavwood.
nwir'ent" riad a :rith. vice

nreRident-'T. S. Waldron. secre-

tr' F-Teeee. troosurer: F- A

OORirln. reoreritftW ff th

floverrtorN nrtthH .nMmTfn:iv
"rprenpM- c. Nlohohon and
C At, Baflev. reorwents fives
to tho ronsres? of Latin Ameri American
can American Clvir Councils; end eonncil eonncil-men
men eonncil-men Farrell- J. Orant: L. L.
T'ewelyn: M. Donowa. And C
Shew. ;
The next meeting pf Ihe r
ril will be held Thurd-v -t
the .study hall benncir.x at

7.30.



f AGS TWO
MONDAY, FEBRUARY 25, 1957

THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT pAttT NEWSPAPER

IWt PANAMA AMERICAN

'iMm 'wi eualB BY TM PANAMA MBICH "" IN?.
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V-i-'-i. .-. CAWLC ACtI. PANAMKRICAN. PANAMA

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V i:(,:....,.:f...-
ttn feoWTH. M ABVAHCS-,
V SIX MONTHS. IN ABVANCB.
fO N YIAIt. IN ABVAMCK

THIS tf VOUlit fORUM THI REAPERS OWN COLUMN
'&'''"(Wi' 'iV''itimm for reader of The Panama American.
Utters (r miM aratefiilly and art handled in wholly confidential

. ckrlliur'a Uttar don't

eyt day. Utters pro published in the order received.
' floM try to keep the letters limited to one page length.
77 Idetrtlty ef ferret Writers it held In strictest confidence.
Thia Newspaper assumes no responsibility for statements. r opinions
evjtressed letter frees feeders.
Tfll MAIL BOX
w 0

SQUEAKS
To "A Lymon Tan":

1 said that Lymon is effeminate. There's true. There are
huhdreaa Of people who will agree with me on this. As most any
"jcar knows when you hear rock 'n roll you don t Just sit or
'Ilvusf happens to be like the majority of us. and I is
WshV As for him being "a 21 year-old man with a womsm womsm-'ish
'ish womsm-'ish Wiggle," if you saV his recent TV show, he dtdn t wiBsle.
XlTecause S0me teenagers scream ana" swoon over him doesn't
taean that all hU fans do. If you had seen the show I mention mentioned,
ed, mentioned, you'd hare noticed that even when he spoke they screamed.
p I'd also like to state. Lymon Fan, that you certainly dont
'keep up with what's going on in the entertainment world, or you
would know that Elvis is not 21. He is now 22.
As for Lymon's records making spectacular sales, its his
ieorigs we like, but not that voice. Give us Elvis any time.
I happen to know someone who ha a friend who is a friend
jot lW To your question "Is Elvis 100 masculine?" the an answer
swer answer is Tes, he Is." If you'd take time out from mourning over
lithe fact that' dear Frankle is no MJ. vou'd reallre thteen thteen-agers.
agers. thteen-agers. aren't the only (mis who like Elvis. A lot of older and
.younger people go for him too.
One crackpot wrote the Mail Box that Frsnklp 1m. had
Records on the Hit Parade. If he's had ZZ
Ijras tt that this crackpot could name only one? And that was
EWsiias had over flv songs on the Hit, Parade, and so far
Kfour have manairH to caotnre an ho' rst tlaw.
J Also answer thU: how come that If Frank' 1 so much bet better,
ter, better, Flvis sells about tW mor" ro""?
And how cnm lv' mkM n mny personal appearance
Stours? Bo far Frankle hasn't made any.
k
A Pelviiittt

filr:
" All this Mail Box rflscusiHon -owr he v'-tues rl p?1
I vmnn as mmoprry t-o thoe of wwi-hinni Fivi rbr Plvi
Pfeslev will nroablv end with te nersonal appearance of
Frartie and the Teener hp- in Ppnm.
One reason li that Trr-.nke l"? a nefect Htt,i (rtipman
whose cbrm eppr'vatis all those come in contact with him both
on and ff the stae. .
Furthermore, m far as I know vnW's 'cnl r.npnr()T)e
wJJ! be aired ovpr the frenuenes of HOT hoth.l" Pniina and
Colon, m tht those rrsri who v unhu to x-d we' we'-sonal
sonal we'-sonal apnearanee m the Tlerov toldo and In local theaW wr;
be able to Usterr tfl-thls projrams and partake In the thrill of
his local vniMarances.
-FranWe'a records have th-"1 otl nnn-iwo1'inT
arid SpanlsVpripk'nt Oeonle of pnana. whn Preey's plotters
onlv aeem to- find favo Pmf" tho. Latins who can speak and
reait'pt least "matfertro" of wnrllsto,
-.If T eant tin'' tirne'to Y epnp'ors 1 wson. T
WllLeeve'lT e tir r tn Wrr. r-f .at t
tet Bame if Mr.fiwiTel HlDis ever brought to Pivna.

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'Jlist in case our listeners dont get enough rock and roll,
they will be glad to know that YCN will broadcast all Frankie
Lymoria programs while he is in town during carnival.
Lymon is the biggest and most popular attraction this sta station
tion station has ever broadcast live and is just another indicatton that
YCN, as always, keeps up with the popular demand.
For exact times of the Lymon broadcasts we ask our listen listeners
ers listeners to stiy tuned to YCN and to watch the columns of The Pan Panama
ama Panama American.
L. W. Worcester,
Station Manager

Mr-
As a housewife, mother of three teenagers and radio. TV
and nicne patron, lei me put in my oar about tne&e three much
basuussca tupjecu.
Hrsc, 1 iiite Cr N just as It is. The daily programs are spaced
just ngnc. Alter tue Kius get, to school the programs 0iierd
neip to lighten my housenoia tasks. There's a rusn at noon
wnen I bear, see or fet-i verv little.
ihen from one to two oclock i get a book, lie down and re.
la to the lovfcjy, restiui music irum Ct N. '1 nen mere is anuwier
period, aiur the children are home, wnere what is played mat matters
ters matters very little to me.
but after tney are in bed at night, as my husband and I
read and nsten to C.FN. we have the realiy good programs. We
oo wish we could get better and more detailed news more Often,
however.
Rock "n roll Is all right at times, but this loud noise banged
cut on a collection of pots and pans, and the saueaks and
quawks, moans and groans that certain retarded indlvtdvaia
ciave as music is strictly for the birds and misfits CFN, stay
at you are.
NOW. after Some nre.tlir tha nrUvila.haaH In oflarira s TO

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bookings has stirred to the extent of straightening out a snafu I

in mi, qeparunem., wny can't
lna movie film sent to the Canal
The ancient and moth-eaten
and kick around up and down the
are nothing short of a disgrace.
Or tWO a month, there wnnld hp
they grind them out every day
i mete agea movies.

a Ju.n wnere fl0 lMy twnk they're sending them? to a lost
tribe In some recently discovered jungle? Surely the Eisen-iwwer-Remoo
Treaty didn't force that on the citizens here too.
Come to think of it. however, maybe it did. Every little
thine seemed to have been considered that would make life In
' the Zone discouraging and unattractive. As a result, everybooy
U -unhappy that is, except the top officials of th eUnited States
-and Panama. The people just dont count
On the third subject. If parents included their teenagers for
eriUdreri In generali in their family life more, there would be
no titrable there. The kids are left too much te maids and out out-nde
nde out-nde activities
- My Final WeJ

OLD TIMERS'
Bit:

As many aeem irxlined to support the precepts of William
wotker in ycur Mail Box, but hesitate to eomment du to the'r
eonneetions, J would like to concur and make note of the fol following:
lowing: following: Harping about the rood old days leads nowhere. The old
tunera bekmaing to the Florid A Delation who hive time and
ITla UKussions are parsing away at the rate of five
deaths monthly.
.AH.Pr CAreful weighing of rrm and cons It Is concluded
r...V,H"a., 1 of th Octopus Bureau reeelved degrees from
cnariee Atlas muscular development school as the division h
anejnuscled to at will without restraint from those who
fLEPHES, f thfnkinf. Some of the ruling curtailing oM
H'Jf'M eHher originated at or were favorably passed
oa bv the Octopus Bureau.
l .I?,ih n!tfd Ctatee aft rnokre retired by a railroad nevr
i'il? flnt for free transportation for himself and wife, re-raj-rLeai
ef place pf residence. Here re lose aW.

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AND WIGGLES
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the "power" In charae of aet
Zone do the aam?
films which come down here
Isthmus for weeks and weeks
If Hollywood turned out one
nma avma tnr It ni.r arhan
there just is no excuse for show-
I
RIWARDS

lalior News

And
Comment
By VICTOR RIESEL
There's a baby with a bullet
hoie near her thain. ibis four
niuujuus am giri is in n xncuana
hospital near a small town wnich.
in recent months, hat heard the
luui-cerings, me iramping of feet,
the scuttling of angry men ana
women aiiu tiie starring snrieKS
of stale trooper sirens during the
picketing anu outer moments
caree montnr old strike.
The wounded child, Julia
Kusseu, is ine daugnter 01
pie who worn in tae office
jiTuck company, the Potcer-
new Maniuactwing Co. ot
ton, lna. ine tot was hit
fusuiade ot rJie snots ripped her)
parents uaiier.
mis svriKO was called by a
loage or imp link, national misd.
or niocinnisis. it we nao tne evi-
uencei we u prinr mo iiaine ot
tne sjnman. oui suspicions are
W6rness. wrwy this is certain:
t,i weunueu mild is a warning
or aaii&ei'Otis auuit ueiinquenc
cieettmy oack iiiio iaoor re.-
VlO.i.
Uiitil the police run down this
gunman, we won i kuo wuu tuta
mi piiwjte waav. jcat it, suoUiun'ii
take a Daoy witn a hoie in uie
neau vo eiectriiy tne country. Tne
rigin to strme, ae ngntc o -ugnc a
sime are no uceuae to Kia orl
maim or wounu or mow up pro
perty. ior is tneie licence wj uire
private detectives to run strike
leauers oft tne rota witn
s p e e d i n g cars. All uus nas
nappened in the recent past. Anul
the time is now to point a linger
betore more Duileis spader mure
people.
mat finger points at labor's
ran ana rue, it must be reported,
even now wuen it is open season
on many national iaoor cnieis.
In tne case of tne wounded ba
by, it can ue, reported that the
Machinists' Mationai president, Al
J Viavps was hit hv the nnuii
witn anauisiied inmact. He Dosted
a f 1,000 reward, he wired Indiana

tocai- and state officials full coo- ordinary folks or breaK me nean
peration and burned up the wires' 0f a Queen. The process is always
with needling conversations wit.il'm,mx,i and fani-ihatinir. For Kosa

uie iaay presiaenc m me local u-
nion. i
i.ei s leave mis siory nere unw
the poace nan uie riiie tooier. iJUl
let's not forget it. For there has
been other violence which the
country has forgotten. There's stLl
a telephone strike in Portsmouth,
Ohio. The city went oh smoke sig-
nals and wireless last summer.
Witnesses testifying before tha
Ohio legislature reported that the
damage to the telephone compa
ny has been 1350,000. The city man manager
ager manager reports that his house was
snot at twice at night, of- course.
His life was threatened. There has
wwn.m uiwu avail c ov wsisj woo-
ing telephones,' iocks and glass 'at
been s mob some 900 strong toss
the exchange buildings
Cables were cut. Some people
had to travel 25 miles to make a
routine call. Supervisory employes
have been beaten.
". . On several occasions It
became necessary to evacuate
them (supervisory men because
they were in jeopardy ef life
and limb, . .vandalism reached
an appalling degree in the great greater
er greater Portsmouth area. Cable cuts
particularly were ae numerous
that ever) augmented repair
crews ef the company were un unable
able unable to effect restoration aa ra rapidly
pidly rapidly as the vandals cut. .
"Ten thousand Of the 17,001
phones in Scioto County were oi t
ot order as the result of vandal
ism (when the services were fi
nally shut down V.R.), according
to Clair Williams, president of
the Ohio Consolidated Telephone
Co., when he testified.
This Communications Workers'
strike began not too long after a
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states in jitters from months. Dur-i to be a typical Broadway ome ome-ing
ing ome-ing that siege of the Southern Belt dian who is knocking himself out
Telephone Co., the tactics were to be a wise-guy all. the time. But
strangely similar and equally de-, he was different. Away from work
tonating. .he was gentle and Intelligent and

There was a pattern of violence.
It was aimed at destroying facili facilitiesincluding
tiesincluding facilitiesincluding military installa installations
tions installations which brought in the FBL
No local matter. It .spread over
Alabama, Florida, Georgia, Ten
nessee Kentucky, Louisiana, Mis
sissippi and the Carolines. Eggs
,were thrown. in th kindliest of
gestures. Also aynatunite. caoies
were eut. Homes were dynamited.
Guns were used.;,
This hurt the national union, too.
The company sued. On Feb. 7. the
national union sent a 1315,000 check
to the company to settle the sui.
Arbitration, which ended the
strike, cost both sides several mil
lion dollars.
That's adult delinquency. The
tries of that wounded baby, not
yet abl to speak, should be beard
everywhere.
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Walter Winchell In Mew York

Lnve. the grand and mysterious
er.ioaon, can oifing supreme joy to
iJnd Bussei It Degan wnen v,ary
r.rnt introduced her to" Fred Bris-
SOn. He began phoning her and she
rpsnnnded in female tasnion: koz
ignored him. Brisson was determ determined,
ined, determined, to put it mildly He continued
calling for a mere nine months.
On Valentine's Day he sent her a
huge hearj filled with roses. Then
he requested a date again. Roz ac accepted.
cepted. accepted. And that wa3 the begin beginning
ning beginning of a happy ending.
Recalling her courtship the star
sighed: "Love is sure fuftny. Sud Suddenly.
denly. Suddenly. I just couldnt wait u drop
the net, over him."
. .A more staid element was a de
ceive factor in Deborah Kerr J
..s- t i L,a
? The loely ?otresi ,h.?
me uistuicwun u wuiums
and conquering a soldier during
World 'War II. He was Tony Bart Bart-ley,
ley, Bart-ley, a Royal Air Force hero. Be Before
fore Before proposing to Deborah he call called
ed called on Sir Laurence Olivier for
counsel. He feared Sir Charles and
Lady Bartley would oppose his
marriage to an actress. Sir Laur
ence's advice was candid: "Dont
worry about what your family will
think. She is a good actress. She
is also unreasonably chaste."
Miss Kerr later commented wry
ly: "uord of such a dreary repu
tfltion has a way of getting a
round."
FHitfi lilimi' hanmr rnnmipst
lTV.nia.Hu wi, t.h nnionnpnra hi
, defeat. Although she lost a "Tal
ent ScOuts show her performance
impressed the star of a Philly tv
orogram. So Ernie Kovacs gave
her a job. It wasn't long before
they were enslaved by that many many-splendored
splendored many-splendored thing. Strangely, Edith
fell in love with a comic because
he isn't funny offstage; As Mrs.
Kovacs explains: "I expected him
sweet, i anew ne was ior me.
(Loonnggg sighhhh.)
Cupid, the' gay ragamuffin Is not
only funny. Occasionally his an antics
tics antics are downright farcical. As a
f

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AatemobUe
Kew ',

case in point there's Mary Mar

tin's prize chattels she posed for
publicity photos with a bear. Mr.
Grizzly became rambunctious and
almost hugged Nary to death be before
fore before she was rescued. The story of
the adventure was related to a stu studio
dio studio exec' who listened impatiently
and finally jeered: "Mary Martin
will do anything for publicity. She
hasn't- any talent."
Oddly Maria was not indignant
when informed of the harsh re rebuke.
buke. rebuke. She vowed to win his friend friendship
ship friendship and respect. She also won his
heart. Several months later they
were married.
As Miss Martin's experience in indicates,
dicates, indicates, the whimsical quality of
love generally transcends logic. It
stmes UKe ugntmng. And the
thunder may last a lifetime.. .Lu .Lucy
cy .Lucy and Desi met when they tolled
on the same movie stk They port portrayed
rayed portrayed lovers during! tjlei day and
spent their eveoingsalling fei Jovd
Everything wasn't all blue skies
and stars, however. After a series
of sDats and reconciliations Lovr
Boy went to New York.. One night
ne caiiea Hollywood and pleaded
with Lucy to join him. Desi propos
ed the day she arrived. They merg
ed the following monin with a
dime-store ring purchased at the
last moment.
When clowns plav Borneo the
j results are unusual. .The Steve
Allen Jayne Meadows romance,
for example, had a unique launch launching.
ing. launching. On their initial date. Steve
didn't escort her to a show or ni
club. He took her to the Planeta
rium, of all places. After ten
months he proposed. However, a
girl is a girl is a girl. ,;
Mrs. A. recently confessed: "I
kept saying no for a year but the
whole time 1 was thinking yes."
Another happy valentine began
in a strange manner. Paul Muni's
dedication to the theatre is appar apparently
ently apparently boundless. If you're skeptical
about the foregoing statement we
submit the following as conclusive
evidence: The star's intense pre preoccupation
occupation preoccupation with his art reached a
peak On the day be was married.
It was the day he began rehearsals
for a show thjtt was going on tour,'
Following the ceremony- Muni
gave his bride a hearty handshake
and rushed away to rehearsals.
Mrs. Muni returned t her moth mother's
er's mother's home where the groom du

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tifully phoned her every evening

for the next two weeks. The honey
moon began fifteen days after the
wedding when l the bride and
groom went touring with the 3how.
When Grace aieuy was in Mona
co (making a movie), an exec of
Drench periodical asked her to
provide the foreground while he
photographed Prince Rainier's pa
lace. Grace stated she would be
wining to-pose if he could arrange
an audience with the Prince. He
did ... And then it happened just
like that. After a single meeting
Miss Kelly decided he was hers.
Although minstrels express love
in terms of pretty words and
sounds r- and the jingles are echo echoed
ed echoed around the world by nlghtinguls
like Rosemary Clooney reality
is far different .... Jose Ferrer and
Rosie met. when they were making
personal appearances together.
The Wldew. Amotion was ignited.
They had problem Ferrer was
married. As he. frankly explains
it: "I wasn't free to marry then
but when wa fell in love we didn't
duck around corners and hide. We
were open and aboveboard about
the Way we felt about each other.
It isn't that I'm more honest than
anybody else. I've learned that ly
ing is impracticable. Also, It's a
waste of time and you look like an
Idiot when yotfre caught."
When Eva Marie -Saint, feell In
love witn jeiirey uayaen sne was
beset with emotional problems
Being sophisticated young s t era
they decided that jnarriage was
impossible until the emotional flif flif-fculties
fculties flif-fculties were eliminated. Hayden
was undergong psychoanalysis and
Eva joined him. Two years. later
she left the analyst's couch a Veil Veil-adjusted
adjusted Veil-adjusted woman and married Hay Hayden.
den. Hayden. In this case Cupid was Freud.
The Danny Kaye Sylvia Fine
romance began in the .best scena scenario
rio scenario manner with a song. She was
playing songs she had composed
(for a .semi-pro theatrical group)
when a listener named Danny
Kaye spontaneously began chant
ing the tune; The group decided to
do a revue starring Danny; After
the show folded, uiey decided to
wed. Kaye described their finan
cial position at the tim4r'"Sy1vli
naa forty dollars and. I was fifty
dollars in debt."
- A BUTTON
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No inking
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UERRY

WASHINGTON A lot of peO
pie had a hand in savieg the sev seventeen
enteen seventeen Army funeral horses at
Ft. Myer. Va.. including Gen.
George C. : Marshall' and a 'little
girl m Wayne,, MaiM''pai.
' But the man who really saved
them was the commander In In-ehlef,
ehlef, In-ehlef, Dwight- D,' Eisenhower.
Here is the inside story of what
happened.- '.jr'vv
The man who chiefly Wanted to
get rid of the horses was the' sec
retary of defense, Charles, E .Wil
son, who has spent his life buud buud-ing,
ing, buud-ing, horseless carriages andv who
is definitely anti-horse,; 't v--
He also has a mad on against
the veterinarian corps, and order
ed a survey of all the animals in
the Army to see how" many were
really needed and why we needed
any vets to care for them
tThe survey showed 116. horses,
314 mules: and 950 don left in the
Arm.y; rjt also showed,; that ,horse ,horse-dra
dra ,horse-dra wn funerals were considerably
more ; expensive tnan motorized
hearses. y fi, ; s-Rtff ;
At this point and Without wait waiting
ing waiting for an order from Secretary
Wilson, Con.' Wilkiston Palmer;
Vice chief of staff, ordered the
end of horse-drawn funerals at
Ft,. Myer. Gen. Maxwell Taylor,
fhe Army's chief of staff, was
absent at the tlma.
The reasons Palmer moved with
out an OK from above, according
to Pentagon, sources, is that he
knew Secretary Wilson was; anti anti-horse;
horse; anti-horse; Jj- ish'ii :-o ..: "?;.
His Pentagon critics also claim
that Palmer was angling for the
post of ehief of ; staff after Tay
lor's retirement, i v'J.V:H..-.f.- :",;5-i:'
Palmer was angling for i the post
ox chief of staff after Taylor s re
tirement. f.'.sifirw-'.VHV .!
At any rate, he signed the or
der; i. :..Si.v..:V;';ii-':' r -4.
LimreiRL's plea
ftftttlA rt tha fAliftlnn item a eiTi
this column. FoUowini its pubh.
.tiM r....... t?i-.w
Mwiuti va w a vBvuvua v nuiv va vau.
oi Georgia; potent chairman ot.
the ; House Armed Services Com
mittee; was deluged with letters.
One 'which particularly touched
Vinson came from Paula Swate
of Wayne. Me., who wrote
-wear Kep. Vinson: t am ten
years old..' T have always want-
Dear Rep: Vinson: t em ten
ed a horse.1 1 toad In the news
paper -where you might have to
get rid of the 17 Army horses. If
you hve te get rid ef them, I
would like to have one,
- "J-would. take good care of ft
because I love horses.
; v l Sincerely yours,
' Paala Swasey"
Touched by the' letter. v Vinson
wrote back:
'Dear Paula I wish it were
within my power to give one of the
Army horses to a fine young lady
like you, because '-IT know wo
would give it a good 'home. But
they are not mine to give. ,'
-so wnne i regret that r cannot
send you one of the horses, I'm
sure that you would be just as
happy if you knew that the horses
would continue to be used In keen
ing with one of our great tradi traditions
tions traditions in honor of our deceased mil military
itary military ..heroes, "jwf', !-.
I shau do everything I can to
make that possible." r ? v i
' 1 HORSES BEST FRIEND
He did. However, other potent
persons were also working' on be
half or the Army horses, one of
them being Marshall, former chief
of staff and former secretary of
defense.
He called the White House and
asked to speak to the man who
used to take wartime orders from
him.-" V.' :,.'-.-- '
Marshall once promoted Eisen
hower from lieutenant Colonel to
Lieutenant -General in less than a
year, also recommended him as
commanding general for Europe.
nut Eisenhower mdnt take nil
call. Marshall Had to settle for
Gen, WUton Persons, 'Ike's aide,
whom he urged to keep the Ft.
Myer horses. Persons relayed the
message td -the President,
At this point the President
himself Intervened. He ordered
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- horse-drawn funerals ef Ft. My
or continued, it was just as sim
pie as that.1..-":::.':, -:-:k
Note One aftermath "of ; the
'Battle Of the Ft Mv(i Hf.rP.'"
ia that Palmer, who ordered them

,out of the Army, Is going to ba : i
out of the Army himself. It may .t

pe reversed later, but as of this,
writing, the plan is to retire Paln ff
er. -He. ustead of the' Ft. M y e f
funeral horns, will be put out on
pasture, r -,
v ROW OVER CHILDRENS' ",'
: CHIEF t
1 io. Health, i Education, ',
and- Welfare Marion Folsom -ila
the middle of one of the hottest.
undercover rows in Washington as
axesult of backtracking on the ap-
pointment of a new head1- of tha 5
Children's Brueau.

-He had orloinally selectee! Dr. -,
, Flerence Clothier, i distinguish-
ed Boston psychiatrist 'and ex ',
pert en child problems, but re- -versed
himself after learning ef
opposition : from the Catholie ;
archdiocese ef Boston; Dr. Cloth,
ter was former president ef the
Planned Pererrihood League of
Massachusetts -which has b e e
active in advecating birth COrla;". :
:'troL,.'-' ; ; ; i,
' Dr. Clothier of the lamous 'Qua- -ker
Clothier family in PhiladeU .&

Phia,' had been strongly f recom- v i ;

mended as director of the Chil Children's
dren's Children's Bureau by Dr. George Ber Berry,
ry, Berry, dean of, the Harvard Medical
School,: a close friend and adviser
o( Folsom. .Her appointment was
on' the. verge of official announce announcement
ment announcement when friends of the Boston
archdiocese protested. $
; Her name has not ; been with withdrawn.
drawn. withdrawn. At first it was adrnitt-rf
jimoffieially that objection from the
archdiocese was the reason. Fol-.
lowing; a deluge of protests te, Fol Folsom,.
som,. Folsom,. however' this : was denied. It
was explained that. Dn Clothier
was rejected because it was con-
seiect a s-o ei j i
worker rather than a nsvchiatrist
j y ,
w"r."l. t .1. uu.
Folsom has been so bombarded
with protests that he is anxious
t? eMtt ot th children's
,W; possible: end
the disruption of his office.
,' vf 7 T i. "n.
JPint ivllrs. Katherine Brownell
it s reported that T hei will ap-
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- UW fcy Enki, Johrtsoh J 1 .y,

HOT.1.YWOOD fNEAV Close

tips and Longshots: 'Dean Martin's

finally at tne iurioua doiuhs yuwi.,
I heart over the flood oi Jerry
Tjiwih ntintes stamping v him as

the f complete behind-the-scenes he

aplit-up. Wes saw to De weiKii weiKii-ing
ing weiKii-ing a few words of his own on the
subject, of" Jerry, and you can bet

they won t add up to, inai a
more."

Elvis Presley has been in Hol

lywood for 10 days now wiin an
A's .in "Deportment" so : maybe
Jayne Mansfield will have to tale
over in the movieiown slugging
arena She's in a fighting mood.
Hollywood's about to hide her

charms 1 i '

They're making her- cover up
in "The Wavward Bus", before

the plot finally reveals her true

identity a sexy duddib aancer.
i Thpv want me to look like a

.pVinnltearher at the beginning Of

the fflm," Jayne told me. "Me
lnnfc lik, a schoolteacher? A re

form schoolteacner maybe? Ho Honey,
ney, Honey, It isn't going to be easy.
Oh, well, I suspect Jayne will
come though in one direction
or another.

SPENCER "TRACY and Kathar Katharine
ine Katharine Hepburn can't get together
on their press relations. "The Desk
Set" at Fox is a closed set when
Kate's working, open when Tracy's-
alone;

To heck with the bans, Karl
Maiden's still defending "B a b y
-Doll" as one .of the most hones

pictures ever m ade. jnow piay

inn an Air Force cre

Winwr'i timelv saea of

Sam's elobal air power, ''Bomb

ers 3-52," Maiden told me:
"i think Elia Kazan used"taste

to say what he had to say abou

. th south ana I mmit ne snoiuu

have said it." '
Th tar' due to Kazan s di

recting abilitiesr'He finds out all

he can about you ana men sumui sumui-ates
ates sumui-ates you with that knowledge;"
But his current director, Gordon
Douglas, says Maiden "is .-the
most Relaxing man I know."
A pocket book edition of the
'Baby Doll" movie script,v by the
way, is in the magazine-racks.
Wonder if it's due for censoring,
too.

will hot pull any punches in the

shock department.

"It's the story of woman's rise
and fall," says Sidney, "Jeanne
was a hell-on-wheels with talent

greater than her personal i ty

We're telling all, with a sort of

reverence and even hinting at

tne narcotic angle;

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PRESENTS

Today; Monday, Feb. 25
kM.
4:00 Feature Review v
4:30 What's your Favorite. (re-
quests taken by phons
. till 3:00)
S:30 News
8:35 What's Your F a ? o r 1 1
(cont'd)

6:00 Allen Jackson Commen

- tarv i ;

6:15 BLUE RIBBON SPORTS

. REVIEW (Pabst Beerf
;30-LwRUL Rebroadcast'

ina an ,Air rorce crew cuhji ;

8:00 Musitt By Roth
:30-yProudly We Hall
;00 You Asked For It (re-
quests taken by phone
; till 7:30)
10:30 Cavalcade Of America
11:00 Concert Under The Stars
12:00 Sign Off r

Tomorrow, Tuesday Feb. 26
A.M. -. v

6:00-Slgri On Alarm Clock

Club i (requests taken
by phone till 7:00)
7:30 Morning Salpn Concert
8:15 Church In The Wildwood
8:30 Musical Reyeill
9:00 News
9:15 Sacred Heart

9:30 Paris Star Time

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. RETURN ENCACEMENTLast November was a slow month for seven-year -old Bickey -Spangle,
of Brooklyn, Mich. The days marched off the calendar with glue-footed tread. No-'
M vember days, always do for little boys who are Impatient for December and Christmas and
' Santa Claus. But Jiinmy; didn't see; the end of November. .Christmas stood still a month in t
. the future and Santa never arrived. There -was November auto accidentrJimmy was hurt.'
.Badly. He went into a coma and stayed there until Jan. 20. Then he awoke and the first
thing he wanted to know was whether Santa had come." He had. Come and 'gone. But a
rush phone oall by Rickey's mother,: Mrs. Patricia Locke, brought him back next day just for
Rickey. So here they are, all happy in Ann Arbor's University Hospital Mrs. Locke. Rickey
and Santa.

Judge Gives Youth His Own Coat,

$50, And A New Lease On Life

THE WITNETs Joe Frisco, the
' . l.t film

vauaeviue si unws i n oojf vntwitr -a jnn R N A T.

comeback. teUs it about m? stut- fM0roo I

trin which dates back to his

childhood; i "The

k-k-khJdedNme,

i kids; a 1 w a y s
and iWhen I if f-

a. i .-j. l i..

hftfb4 up in, the lpakrooni I
sPnt-tJ Hime Sssstealuitf g gj

ut wiuncn Doxes. wny-a

erases

ate so many c-g-grapes I almost

became, a w-w-wino,

In -the Script: Slick line from

Danny Thomas' TV daughter, wor

ried about his dites with dolls now

that he's looking for a new wife:
"Daddy 'just doesn't know any
thing about women. He's been mar married
ried married all his life."

This Is. Hollywood,; Mrs. Jones:
Robert Stack and Mickey Rooney
are in the supporting actor Oscar
nomination competition. Rooney 's
- role, in "The Bold and the Brave,"
was written by Robert Lewin, one
of Stack's press agents.
WILBUR CLARK gave Jimmy

Durante a race horse. He'll probl

ably win' all his races by a nose.
. . The new daughter in the
Gale Storm household, where
Gale's three "sons havej ruled the
roost, is brewing no storms. "This

child;" beams Gale, "has FOUR
daddies."

Hollywood's again spotlighting

the "i 11 Cry Tomorrow'' theme
in Kim Novak's starring flicker,
the biography of "Jeanne Eagels."
Jeanne,' the most famous Sadie
Thompson of then- all, died at
55 and the movie,- Producer i Di Director
rector Director George-' Sidney told me.

(Cutex and Odorono)

10:05 Spins and Needles (re (re-,
, (re-, quests taken by phone
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;tETONewV, 'VT;;-
11:05 Spins a nd Needle

(cont'd)
11:30 Meet The Entertainer
12:00 Newi
P.M.
12:05 Lunchtime Melodies
12:30 Sweet And Hot -1:00
News
: 1:15-Music Of Manhattan
1:30 Sons Of- The pioneers
1:45 Forward March
2:00 Tex Beneke Show
2:15 Freddy Martin Show
2:30 Songs From The Shows
3:00 Hank snow And His Rain Rainbow
bow Rainbow Ranch Boys
3:15 Sammy Kake Show
3:30 Music For Monday -4:00
Feature Review
4:30 What's You r Favorite
(requests taken by
phone till 3:00) I
1:30 News
8 : 35 What's Your Favorite
(cont'd)
ft: 00 Allen Jackson Commen- j

, iary i

6:15 BLUE RIBBON SPORTS
: REVD3W (Pabst" Beer)
6:30 On stage America
(WRUL)
7:00 Interlude For Music

7:l5--HOW CHRISTIAN SCI
' ENCE HEALS
7:30 VOA Report From U.S.
8:00 World Of Jazj
8:30 Life With The Lyon

9:00 You Asked For It (re

quests t- taken by phone 1

NASHVILLE, Tenn. (UP) A

20-year-old Detroit youth headed

home today with 50 donated dol dollars
lars dollars in his pocket and the coat of

a sympathetic judge on his back

Special Judge C. Vernon Hines

dismissed forgery charges against

David Clifford James in criminal
court after the youth had spent
, L : il

live monuis ui uie cuuuu; jau.t
waiting trial.

James' alleged accomplice, uer-

'd G. Temple Jr. skipped bond.

R. B. Parker Jr.. assistant dis

trict attorney, told the court that
James was persuaded by Temple
to cash forged checks at a depart

ment store.

till 7:30);
10:30 Music From Hotel El Pan Panama
ama Panama 10:45 Temple Of Dreams
11:00 Concert under; The Start
12:00 Sign Off.

"'I just believe that this boy has
never had a chance and I believe
after talking to him that he could
make a new life," Parker said.
"James," Judge Hines said, "a
lot of people are interested in you.

This should show you that every

body is not against you. People

will help you if you will let them."
. With -that, the judge p-.llled out

his billfold, court oiticers ana

jurors followed suit.

James thanked them and went

to get his clothing. When he re returned,
turned, returned, Judge Hines noted that the

vouth had no coat.

"It S awruliy COia Deiween nere

and Detroit," the judge said, offer-

inn his own overcoat. "Youd bet

ter take this.

'I sure aDoreciate n. janies

sid. "I really feel now like some

body cares what happens to me.
That's a feeling I haven't had in

a long time."

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Father Osborne
Al Saint Paul's
, St. Paul's Church, was filled to
overflowing yesterday afternoei
for the annual mass meeting of

all the clergy and congregations
of the Episcopal Church on the
Isthmus 'and outside clergy and

delegates. Bishop Gerald Henry
Brooks, of British Honduras, gave

a missionary address and told of
the work throughout the Bahama
islands where he was Archdeacon

of Nassau for 18 years before his

election as Bishop.

A feature of the service was the

recognition of the long and faith

ful service rendered by the Rev.

David Alexander Osborne, first as

a teacher and" later as a priest. A
memorial scroll was read by the
Rev. Dr. John H. Townsend re

counting me highlights of Fr. O.

borne's career, then 'Bishop Good Good-en
en Good-en presented the scroll to Fr.

Osborne with a few remarks com complimenting
plimenting complimenting him on all that he nad

been able to do for Christ and His

Church.

The procession of clergy and the
and proceei ed ;n the sireet at the

side of the Church in order to en enter
ter enter the man door. Fr. Jonas White
and Fr. Allan Wentt were offici offici-ciants,
ciants, offici-ciants, assited by the other clergy
and the combined choirs of the
Isthmus, under the direction of
Fr. John A. Spalding. Fr. Farmer

of Christ Church by:the-Sej. was

minisiei at the. Magnificat.

After the Service Bishop Wooden

and Bishop Brooks then went a a-cross
cross a-cross the Isthmus to Chiist Church
by-the-Sea where a lar rally ana
solemn Evensong were held on (he

Atlantic side.

Hew Franco Cabinet

MADRID, Feb. 25 (UPJ-r-Inform

ed sources said today that only a

few finishing touches remained, to

complete General Francisco Fran
co's new cabinet.

Franco told the present team of

ministers with whom he bad work

ed since 1951, that their meeting

last Friday was their last as a
group.

Observers expected the final of

ficial list of the new government
only Franco's fourth in 20 years
to be published tonight or tomorrow.

The new cabinet was not expect-!

ed to provide any major surprises.
An authoritative list has circulat circulated
ed circulated but veteran observers caution

ed that further changes were pos-

smie until tne last minute.
The unofficial list includes a so

lid sprinkling of Falangists, mon monarchists,
archists, monarchists, military men and others

who 'are primarily technicians.
Informed sources said that there
were still some doubts who would
fill one or two of the defense posts,
and one of two of -the ministries

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'MONDATFEBRrART 251951
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U.S. AMBASSADOR AND MRS. HARRINGTON GIVI
DINNIR PANCI FOR VISITORS FROM MARYLAND
U.S. Ambawador and Mrt. Julian F. Harrington will entertain
wit a dinner dance at rhe Embassy residence tonight in honor of their
houe guests Mr. and Mn. J. William Harron of Potomac, Maryland.
Lucho Ascarraga will play for dancing, and it promise! to be a

gala affair.
Sritish Ambassador
ntertalnt With Luncheon
The British Ambassador and
Mrs. Ian Leslie Henderson gave a
luncheon party at the British JEm JEm-bassy
bassy JEm-bassy on Friday, in honor of the
Right Rev. the Lord Bishop of
British' Honduras who is visiting
Panama for the Episcopaiean uon
vocation.
,'Guests Included the Right Rev-
Bishop. R. Heber Cfooden ana Mrs
Qnoden, Captain and Mrs. C
Payne and Mr. and Mrs. A.E.B.
RJmmlngton.
French Ambassador
trtln At Union Club
The French Ambassador and
Mrs. Lionel Vasse will give a din dinner
ner dinner at the Union Club tonight in
honor of the Commanders of the
visiting French training snips
'Jeanne d' Arc" and "La Gran Gran-tfier.''
tfier.'' Gran-tfier.'' Luncheon Aboard
'Ueanne d' Arc"
jyhe Commanders of .the visiting
lSench training ships "Jeanne d'
Afc" and "La Grandiere" gave a
lupcheon on board the "Jeanne d'
Ate" today.
Members of the Panama Gov Government,
ernment, Government, Officials of the Canal
2ohe, the French Ambassador and
French Embassy personnel attend attended.
ed. attended. ;
K.r' maw: njiewrw
If due to an allergy or some,
her reason you can't at a food
J'our hostess serves you, try to
et your avoidance of the food
; co unnoticed. It Is often possible
to take a small helping and
leave It on one's plate.
if not, and your hostess com
stents on your not having a I
servinr, say briefly that you are
orry that you can't eat it
without coinr Into a detailed
explanation.
Accept oar cordial Invi
tation finite
at 10:30 p.m.
and enjoy, admire and
applaud the famous
"MARABA
QUARTET"
Our GRILL will be spe specially
cially specially decorated for the
presentation of these
outstanding expon
ents of CARIOCA
music.

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pAm 2-0740 2-0741 Liu,., 9.00 ,nJ 10

Atkesons Fate
Visiting Ships' Officers
The Commander of the 15th Na
val District and Mrs. Clarence At At-kenson
kenson At-kenson gave a cocktail party last
night in honor of the Commanders
i re: . 1 a i ,i I.
ana omcers ui ine iwu rreuvu
training ships, "Jeanne d' Arc"
and "La Grandiere."
Wadding At Kobbe ?
Miss Martha Renee Duke be
came the bride of Sp-3 Donald
Charles Brown III of the 504th M
P. Platoon of Ft. Kobbe on Sat-
lirdav afternnnn Feb in. The don-
ble ring ceremony was held at,
the Ft. Kobbe Chapel, with Chap-
lain Francis R. Lewis of Ft. Clay
ton officiating.
The bride is the daughter of Mr
and Mrs. Stratford B. Duke of An
con. The groom's parents are Mr
and Mrs. Donald Charles Brown
II of Santa Barbara, California.
Wedding music was presented
by Miss Sharon Light, a friend of
the couple, who sang, "Deep In
Jtfy Heart, Dear" and "I Could
Tell You." Pfd. Bdbby J. Bar Barker
ker Barker was at the organ. i
fort Kobbe Chapel was decorat
ed ofr the occasion with
white
lilies.
The bride, escorted and given
in marriage by her father, wore!
a ballerina leneth dress of white
chantilly lace, the bodice bein4
trimmed with sequins and seed
pearls. Her fingertip veil was hell1
in place by a tiara of seed'
nearls She rarried a hniimiet nf
lone-stemmed Dink roses.
The maid of honor was Miss
Becky Duke, sister of the bride.
She wore a blue and white orlon
rlrefte with white Appessnriea and

her corsage was pink roses. iFlfA ftonartffl Atlt
The groom was attended by Sp.11"1 c CCII Mil VI It.
3 Robert J. Thompson as b e s t

man. Ushers were four of the'lfjckC 7 I IVPC
grooms friends from the 504th!,"Ia

The brideT'narents held a re'l
ing the ceremony. The brides
mother wore a pink linen dress
wiui pin, mce uusier aim pin at-
j i j i
cessories
The '- reception was supervised
by Mrs. Dorris Caldwell, Club Di
rector and a mend of the bnde
and groom, in her usual wonder-
ful fashion. About 100 guests

i.iuihtu -uc yvuut i.uuiuc. wen 0f fausades r-arx, im.j., iaen iaen-After
After iaen-After the bride and groom cut tified the street when they sent
the first piece of wedding cske'i, the alarm, but they called
with th cqHai ( ihfi VwIq,iI t n i r i i. : a 1 r tu.

with the saber of the 'bride's fath'l
er, Mrs. Narman Furth and Mrs
Vera Ledbetter served the c&ki.
Mrs. Louis Travethan and Mrs
Harry Post served the punch. Dec Decorations
orations Decorations for the reception includ
ed palms, pink torch ginger and
white lilies.

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The couple left for a honeymoon
at El Valle. with the bride wear

ing a going-away outfit of a dark
green linen dress with a short
green and white jacket and white
l accessories.
(CONTINUED ON PAGE 5)
Morn, Baby Refurn
To Jail; Seems
Almost Like Home'
OTTUMWA, Iowa, Feb. '25 (UP)
A mother and her three-week
old baby were still in jail here
today although they were legally
free to leave.
Mrs. Violet Adams 33, a mother
of eight children, was released
yesterday from the jail where she
nu een ueiu uu a uaa coecs
charge. She returned to the jail
last night when plans to stay with
friends fell through, authorities
said.
Sheriff Cliff Riley said the jail
was, "almost like home to her
novrf" Riley added, however, that
the case would be turned over to
welfare officials tomorrow.
Mrs. Adams was jailed early
last week because she' couldn't
make bond on the charge. When
she refused 'to allow her infant
daughter to be placed in a foster
home, she and the baby were put
I In jail.
Riley, who didn t like the Idea
of a mother and baby being sent
to jail on such a charge, made
it as comfortable sas possible for
Mrs. Adams, arranging ror ner io
stay in the hospital ward of the
jail. Riley's wife helped Mrs.
Adams care for the baby.
Call To Wrong
DARIEN, Conn., Feb. 24 (UP)-
! en visitors their lives.
A policeman rescued the wom-
pn (rnm of hllrnin
building where they had taken ref
uge while waitmg firemen from
another town to answer their call.
Mrs. Kittie Woelffle of Philadel-
con-jPijja anj MiSS Constance Balck
local department. Both communi
ties have streets by the same
name.
Both women, shaken but not in in-iurei,
iurei, in-iurei, were helped down a ladder
by a policeman.

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From the London eollections comes this beautifully tailored'
rlassie coat in cashmere and wool. Horn buttons and hie pockets!
typify the impeccable British took, By GAILE DUGAS, NEA
Women's Editor.

Water Color Exhibit Features
1
Paintings By Mrs. Vern Pner

A refreshingly different' con con-cept
cept con-cept can be seen, easel-wise, in
the Art Gallery of the USO-JWB
Armed Forces Service Center.
The USO-JWB in cooperation
with the Canal Zone Art League,
is presently featuring the water
colqrs of Mrs. Vern Prier of Cris Cristobal,
tobal, Cristobal, wife of Dr. Vern Prier.
The artist, who has had two
and exhibited in Rockport, Mass.,
UICV1UU9 UUC-1UUJ BUV1YO, ObUUAVW
and locally under the direction ct
Prof. Juan Manuel (Jedeno ot the
University ot fanama, noiea ra-
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namanian artist. Mrs. Frier s ex
perience also includes two years
of art teaching.
The exhibit, whose categories ot
expression encompass landscapes
-and seascapes, is the first ever
to be presented with the entire
frame and backing done in balsa.
The effect produced greatly
enriches the exhibit.
The paintings ara all different
Panamanian schemis except for
"Lobster Whart," painted in
Rockport. Th medium used for
this painting is somewhat unu unusual
sual unusual in that it combines the af affect
fect affect of three pigments, vsrmil-

Observers Claim American Reds
No Threat No National Security

-
By CLAIRE COX
NEW YORK. Feb. 25 (UP)
Non Communist "impartial ob
servers" at the recent Communist
convention said today the party
is so "drastically weakened" that
it Is impossible to take seriously
any idea that it is a threat to
national security.
The eight observers said the
-ALSO
PAPITO BAKER
and
his RHYTHM
NOTE: The famous
"MARABA
QUARTET"
has been contracted to
provide the infectious
gaiety of a real CARIO CARIOCA
CA CARIOCA CARNIVAL during
the Carnival season.
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lion, Hocker's green and ultra ultra-marina
marina ultra-marina blue, to form an out outstanding
standing outstanding scene.
Also on display is "The1 Eagle,"
a coast guard training ship on
the Atlantic side. Technical, ad
vice was rendered the artist by
the gunnery ouicer 01 the training
shin who became fascinated with

each stage of development of the.J" af.unc,,7tu rs' ..llcla wJ?rf

UglllUUK.
other interesting water colors
on display that have a story be
hind them are. "Fisherman's
I ...
Shack," at Phantom Beach an 1
"Home Town," which received its
, ... 7...,,

name Decause oi a youm wno, on -z- "" "' (tm ii ... I" ""
observing the artist painting th,Den 5 featured an old &sddtiiifl;g?J ".jJS80"
EroiiDs Of houses eaeerlv Brasp-'auts composed of four chairs, f"0 e,ase, labr pains, 8u
j -i- :si.i.- j four nibs fnr urhpotc ftnrf Hr;ine speeuicauv denounced

ea a inenu h ins exciieuiy nau
shouted, "Lopk, Cal, look your
home town." .One glance at the
painting suffices to show the ten
der irony and warm humaneness
behind the title.
The Art Galley of the USO-JWB
Armed Forces Service Center is
open daily from 9 a.m. to 10 p.m.
Visitors are cordially welcomed o
view and comment on the exhi exhibit.
bit. exhibit. Red sessions were "democra,tical "democra,tical-ly
ly "democra,tical-ly conducted" qwith "vigorious"
discussion of all matters intro introduced
duced introduced for debate. They saw
"many indications" that no indi individual
vidual individual or group was in. a position
to control the convention.
The observers, who won admit admittance
tance admittance to the convention although
the press was barred, issued their
formal report on the sessions on
the eve of a Senate investigation
of the convention proceedings.
They protested vigorously .against
the hearings as being "un "un-American."
American." "un-American." A reported 300 to 350 Commu Communists
nists Communists attended the convention
from Feb. 8 through 12. Reporters
relied on the observers and Com Communists
munists Communists for reports on the debate.
They were denied copies of the
convention agenda but received
mimeographed copies of speeches
and resolutions.
The convention observers were
selected by an informal commit
tee beaded by Socialist Part)
leader Norman Thomas, who
himself did not attend. One of the
most prominent members of the
group was Strlngeuow Barr, for
mer president of St. John's Col
lege at Annapolis. Md., now a
lecturer and publicist.
Convention delegates votea to
break with the Kremlin Commu Communist
nist Communist line and establish their own
brand of American Marxism.
They also purged all the party's
top leaders and set up a secre secretariat
tariat secretariat form of party government.
The old leaders were included in
the secretariat but received fewer
votes than some younger Reds.
The observers took a wait-and-see
attitude toward the purported
break with the Kremlin.- They
suggested that judgment on this
should be suspended to let nt
sctual behavior of the party and
its members determine the
verdict."
They were highly critical of the
Communists for failing to con condemn
demn condemn the Soviet military inter
vention In Hungary. They had
harsh words also for what tney
called a "governmental inquisi inquisition"
tion" inquisition" of the Communists by Sen.
James Eastlaed's Senate Internal
Seiurity subcommittee.
"That the sedurity of this coan coan-trv
trv coan-trv w artuailv threatened by
snything that rosy hsve happened
at the convention oi ui arsm;i arsm;i-ly
ly arsm;i-ly weakened Communist Party is
an idea which it is not possible
to take seriously," the observers
said. .
They also said they thought
recent ststements thst the "fer "ferment"
ment" "ferment" In the Communist move move-meat
meat move-meat here and abroad is merely
so elaborate stage effect and that
"nothing is really nappe runs
were uying
evidence. . -'
The signers of the observer
report included A. 3. Moste, edi editor
tor editor of "liberation," aa Independ Independent
ent Independent magazine promoting non nonviolent
violent nonviolent liberation of the satellites;
Dorothy Day, editor of Tbe
Catholic Worker"; Roy Finch,
chsirmsa of. the War Resisters
League; Lyle Tstom. peace sec secretary
retary secretary for the Middle Atlantic
region of the Americas Friends
(Quaker) Service Committee, and
Bayard Rim. ejreei.vc secre-

Lions And Cubs-'

Feast On Turkey
More than 150 hungry Lions.
Cubs, and their families assembled
last Thursday everune for a tur
key feast at the Fort Clayton NCO
CUuVThe Lions were members of
the Balboa Lions Club and the
cubs belonged to Cub Scout Pack
ino. 7 ox i;urundu, canal Zone.'
The occasion was the Annual
Blue and Gold Banquet held in
honor of the 47th 'Anniversary of
Hoy scouting in America, and this
year, the Lions Club, sponsors of
Pack 1, decided to combine their
regular meeting with the Cub
Scout banquet.
'A flag ceremony by members
of the Webolos Den, followed bv a
prayer from Pete -Monaco of the
Lions' Club, opened the festivities.
Den 'Chiefs Ronnie Lavallee, Jim
oievenson, i.ynn xreadway, Sam
Gelse, Butch Mc Carragher and
Bill Stephan led the assembly in
an "iceDreaker" of group songs.
Pack Chairman Charles D. La
vallee .then introduced B a 1 b o a
Lions Club Presidents William
J. Bright, Jr., Ivan L. Jenkins and
Wesley M. Kennedy. Other attend attending
ing attending Lions were Adrian M. Bouche
with Mrs. Bouche, Don J. Roberto,
William E. Best. Pete Monaco.
Louis L. Selden, Zelig 0. Blum-
Derg, warren K. Gerdhart, Her Herman
man Herman I. Homa, Joseph A. ,Wetz
and Fred Huddleston.
' Entertainment was provided dur
ing the meal by the Den Chiefs
and hcouts. "I Don't Wanna Be inj
The Army" was sung bv Den 4
under the direction of Mrs. Fran 'I
cis M. Baggott, Den Mother, fol
1wed by ''Yankee Doodle'' by
ham. Den Mother. "Famous Feb-
marv Rirthrlavs'' fsafnroH eil.
I .
81 cir,inys' IJeaiurf
""1'"" wmuau, .wncom,
,w Autencain
orn jn February a"4
d bvMM- Edward B. Benson,'
Den Mother lion 9 A otnt V...
ruiim 1 VI M'nHMinnii AMJ. mow Mimtmii
:
and passenger. In "The Familv
Takes a Trip," Jed by Den Moth
er Mrs. Katmeen c. Uough, each
Pvnlncinn" Af "fi-' A U
WAfWiSSWU V4. A.,, LUC UU U1C Ul

family auto generated explosion j';'h,B "Uil apostone palace,
of laughter from the audience. Cuj rJ!L&5e agaln stressed church

uiiiy uough played as the driver, 1 ."ry", omuasia;. i mercy
Janice Tucker, the passenger, inl"!'' .'-
cubs Donald L. Tucker, John R. Kw.;frnfci 5ga &JteWu. s
Gough II, Alan Valentine and ? L:b edjDMbX
James H. Nichols, Jr.fc the tires. lVh in s?m?le
Following the Den'stuntiie Den'

unieis entertained the firouu w thr
a series of popular Boy Scouting
ditties and songs. i
After the meal, Cubmasttr John-f
ny uougn, Sr. conducted an a a-wards
wards a-wards and graduation ceremony.
Jerry Lee Bates and Paul Still Still-man
man Still-man were awarded the Webelos
Badge, highest rank in Cub Stout
ing, and were accepted in Scoti
Trpoj 7, Curundu, CZ by Scout Scoutmaster
master Scoutmaster Wesley M. Kennedy. Both
graduates were members of the
Webelos Den, under the leadership
of Alvin q. Henderson, Assistant
Cubmaster.
Rev. Milton K. Leidig, Den 4
parent, delivered a closing ihoiht
on the theme ."Onward For God
and Country" after which the en
n t
.... .-.
rav uountrv -ris nr Thee"
close the meeting.
AWARDS 1
WOLF BADGES: Charles Fon Fontaine
taine Fontaine Jr., Den 3; Norris F. Fus Fus-sell,
sell, Fus-sell, Jr., Den 3; William M. Bran Bran-non,
non, Bran-non, Jr., Den 4. I
" LION BADGES: Richard W. Ba-!
cot, Jr., Den 3; Dan J. Thomas,
Den 3. j
GOLD ARROWS: Richard W.
Bacot, Jr., Den 3; Dan J. Thomas
Den 3.
SILVER ARROWS: Richard W
Bacot, Jr., Den 3; Dan J. Tbom Tbom-mas,
mas, Tbom-mas, Den 3
WEBELOS RANK: Jerry Lee
Bates and Paul stuiman
ONE YEAR ANNIVERSARY
PINSs Leonard G. Allen, Jr., WU-
liam E. Hunter Jr., George Shef Sheffield,
field, Sheffield, George I. Stanley, James H.
Nichols, Jr.. Andrew J. Hinely and
Heed lots of pep?
Drink,.
Th ixacn tl I diSarcat. ftritm'
. fremh vagctabiaa r blfrdc4 kit
tfa famom drint. Tomnrtei I Vrrm
ita Krrly flavor, and thrtv em its
Titaaia-pak(l
foodneaa. At itmI itmI-time
time itmI-time or betwcea
Bieala V-S fives
theaa tlj refreak refreak-tent
tent refreak-tent 1 tf wast.
aad tkc atoariak- rp
meat they ad.

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IN SCHOOL AT HOME-Keeping up with hes studies is no
problem for eight-year-old Susan Wright of New York City
despite a broken leg, She just sends her voice -instead of her herselfto
selfto herselfto School. It's "done by a telephone intercom hook-uj
which conveys voices to and from her class at the Friends
School, eight blacks sway.

Pope Gives Broad Approval
To Medical Hypnosis, Drugs

vrc nuv ah nas -given broad
church approval to 'medical hyp
noSls. Bnd fn thn iisa n.t r..n..i.
J j 1B JW-
""j Tf. ,fi,m It nesH!tlcs
r-- '""""us Ul "8s,:even wnen
m; u w a ay
All BE f Jf P HI lit : .. t ,7 ... r
I'pL; 4 v
- 1 Ponttf also reiterated hi
approval Of nntnml" on1 ..i.
Rut
speeificallv rinnnimeail ,. r
drugs to. produce "only a pleasant
ui, weu-ueuig. v
Auaressmg an audienc of phy.
SlCiailS find SCHTlllXtfl fmm all nwa.
-L." j w wva
' rr" 6"ie
. THE American Woman of
bove averaae means seemc
spend a lot of money atid a' Jot of
wio, mougnr, and etfort in ge'tJia
nd of the results of her easy
physical existence.
unco a woman achieves s home
that i. ..
vu""u""c as science
can make it. the f!rt ti,;.,
, j MSU1K BU
discovers is that her figure is get
ting plump in the wrong places,
Sioshe: goes on Strenuous diet3
Or (he Biirn. .
class or aour t.w:'!i
a redueina aln ...u
- a ,unu..j ..I. : .r:'
w.m-i on.vu wucr mijimiua
are supposed toho wen t .. ; u
e. th -r:
i.K 1 -er maenmery, those
hi : fn gadgets at home,
aJ.e helped her accumulate.
witn a, ear at hee riionn..! u-
rstoalkrYenVtne
,, ir cluer a anould take
UP golf. .. :
,.Jh tries tJ
T-,- --wu irum as much phys physical
ical physical exertion mii.!.
?ri?ds up. vegetables".;-
electric beater. Her i.
111 r ane Del eK with
hsve to stoop to look r in. She
Sf floors with an electric
buffer, and so on and on.
And then far' h ui,. i
SwT ?he iu,mp in her W and
ah. to music,
ndi! nl gt0ODS ni twists
and reaches.-Or she lets a rolling
or thumping or pounding machine
pe her muscles ,a workout fori
ner.
The funnv thinv 1 .-n
to-do American woman seernoth-
us. uumy in uie situation. To her
.,s. STimly serious business
this keeping her muscles from do doing
ing doing any work at home only to
spend time and money to put them
to work in a reducing sslon.
Jerry Lee Bates. .?
TWO YEAR PINS;. Robert Bag Baggott,
gott, Baggott, Frank Major,. Paul UIlman.
DEN ,CHIEF: ANNIVERSARY;
BiB Stephan, Den.
BIRTHDAY (LION): Robert
Baggott, Den 4 :
ODOJiO.NO.
. mirrtr eaa UU
akouM blow aaot

fin

f.!s ri f kings C l
fceppen to' you ; wWM- 1
Make Odo-Ro-No your nleort" Ijl .VjSw 1 I
daily babit... and be aura Mat 1 I

lout that no unpleasant perspiration

nil spoil your chances lor i

and bappmeat. Odo-Ro-Ne baaiahas -odor
insuntlr . checks ner ration

for 24 hours! Safe
-ra
ar

Ti,m i Psychl? P" prevention."
ft0?00 ,t0 Jrfuse "ef from

naghLJ.contro1 ovw 'owes of
Tbe speech was hsieHv

swer to three questions posed by
th?f ?ha,?lestions concerned
themorsl implications in adminls adminls-fraUen
fraUen adminls-fraUen of drugs to the dying "even
one foresees that the'use of
drugs will shorten life."
' All Riatit Conditionally
pam' who will be 81 ea
March 2.; r en led haf

thanasia u. unlawful, under given
conditions the dying may receive
drags, to ease pain even if thisu.
might shorten life. -C

.11 ftS7r,aJn hM Killed
all his duties and received th ia.tl

clearly suggest the uxtt Mb.
iviiiiilVUi,, ,L1 ., lllFllirDI T" A m B Wk m
titles, U to determining the atse

tflrrsrronr Jat i, jB.

- 1 0 -amount is. not ex-

tlon of the treatment is carefully
, V... l.l.CU.I.I illlll M 1 1 1
w""u uu me jpaueni consents
to it, 'then there- is no objection;
the use of anesthetics is morally
permissible," the. Pope said.
ine rope defused anesthesia as
r,ri ,wce. wat
on mvt a. Mnii fe i i
conwais. mosa xorces which. In
a great manv reaneet
harmful effects : and hinder a
greater good."
"Nat Immoral"
;l f i
"T V patient desirous of avoid avoid-Ing
Ing avoid-Ing o. of toothing the pain can
without disquiet of conscience,
make use of the means discovered
by science-which. In themselves
are not immoral.''
The fact i that 'anesthesia pro pro-duces
duces pro-duces a loss of consciousness is -not
slnfuL the Pope said and, "is
in keeping with the spirit of the
Gospel.".,
As an example of the abuse of
anesthetics, the Pope cited the
conumption of alcohol and nar-
rotics- '.'with the sole object of.
,r,amif Pwabl sensations.
even if one is seeking only a nleas-
ant state of well-being."
On the Question of moral ohliva-
tion to accept pain, the Pope stat stated
ed stated that the -''Christian is never
obliged to willful suffering for. Us
own save, tie considers it, accord according
ing according to the circumstances, as a
means, more or less suited to the
end which he la pursuing.
QUICK HELP FO
ASTHMA MUCUS
Aathmai and Bronchltla attacks ara
aaiaoiMma to year fewdr, undermine
your atrantth, rain ynur health, and
weaken your heart. Mentfice qntcklv
atarta to work throuh the blooS ta
rercoine Asthma, mad Bronchltla at
tacka. Helpa diaaolva atrartf llns n
cue, promotes free, aaar breathloa'.
Slendaee'e .t!o )s quick eea iaj
very ld and etnbhra eaaea. Get
Mertdaca' tram any dniarstore tsday.
nd see how wnoh better yon aleevane.
VaathS tpntfhf, hew mneh tmprovedi
Soa feel tomormw. Menaaea f rhta
eVrtkiaat Broaehltla aad Say raver.
mom alt swat .
aottr chamf
(or aide and eiothes

aaaauwaa.. ..

bacausa it was angiuated by a
soetor. Available in Creua er Spray.

Ann Trt
YaV NkaMt ErVaVy MaBkwf

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T23 PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT. DAILY NEWSPAPER
1 PACE FTTB
MOATJFEBRTJARY 25, 195?
SATINA CARRIES YOU SMOOTHLY
THRU THE IRONING HOUR1
ZZLVPtiZ&Wr THE MOST imJOFJTAtSLE
CANE CARTS ROLL I
Safina...
fli BIG ironing
aid in tb tilth box.

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' i, '..vi. KMtraiM. U. Macro f Medelfih, CelombU, accompanied by U
JSfJJw at Twun Aioit Saturday afternoon aboard Avianca's -EI Fa-
ShM am Tl tfeefrwMtt, were the t directors of two: Municipal Departments of
tVS khn Darie Beam! and Mr. X B. Lendono, Assessor and Tourist Director,
?.LiM nW h.H ft ex tbVoWkial welcome t toes distinguished Colombian
2J?fL2l Agatinmr Escala; representative
:rf na
lHrmataoUa. ' i I i -i lii...n...lml.l.

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"Deaftref a Salesman"
Open T'?tw '
. "Death, of a Salesman," Arthur
Millet's Pulitzer prize winning
play,-wilfopeii at The Theatre
Guild 'for a 6-night run.
The Theatre Guild's production
tWuteeLen. Worcester as Willy

Loman'the .rol created by Lee
4. Cobb.-on Brdadway and
brought to the Screen by Frederic

Marco. Kainy wuDer piays iun,
Wally'it loving wife, and John A A-ttutAH
ttutAH A-ttutAH mH Charles, Walsh, his un

grateful soni. Other in the e a s t
are Key Glickenhaus, Morton Gor-

nm Weiss. Bill Kiiganen.

Edith Bruce, Shirley Ann Meyer,,

Jeanette tau,-Helen i;armui nu

toring" White. The play, is direct directed
ed directed by Fred. J- Berest.

Reservation may be ade by
tailing Mrs. Hoyl at Balboa 1513

f between 1 ana 9 p.m. vuriaui. n

At 'cloek.

Mrs. Raul Jirtiemt
Will HesMts IAWC
Cofnfl Commit
Mr anL Jimenez will be host-

fn" the-Trioleins Committee of

the Inter-American Women's CluW

at ,hei-nnnw am at uerro- aw
nl an v Thursday. Twenty ladies

from: FiJUaia. n twenty Jrom
tit Camitfkm will be included.

Metriaefi ii the Canal Zona wha
tejir-t(r"attend msy call Mr.

S-r,irciji-l'3tilr betor Tuesday the

3i'' BatartaMt'-FotDauahtar'

: MrJaad ilrs.jHarry C. Seaman
v antertainad at their home in New
I Cristobal Od Sunday Veaihg with
buffet supper in honor of their
i vdatightCf V Tatty wha celebrated
h fter twelfth' birthday: T want y
1 Wad&Aktti invited to help Patty
3- celebrster The Carnival motif was

i earriad out in tie deeof ations.

raBaSi"I)lihr
Climfyr fjtary
Cenvaasiaw

.Mare'ttm 200 Rotaria&s aad

their ldi th Rotary Anns en-

' lydtllftTfnbwhiJ Dinner at theSaa-Lorenso.

Washington Hotel on Friday eve

ning bringing to a aeugnuui eii eii-max
max eii-max the third day of,tne Aotary
District Conference. The evening

was featured by a parade or wt

beautiful and colorful native cos costumes
tumes costumes of each of the nations re

presented.' Costa Rica, Guatema Guatemala,
la, Guatemala, Nicaragua, El Salvador, Don-

duras, ana 1-anama awng who
the typical nat've dances. A spe special
cial special feature of the evening 1 was

the presentation of the native
dances of Panama by the Conjun Conjun-to
to Conjun-to Piicet. The dinner consisted of
native foods of Panama. The eve

ning was spend In fun and dano
ine to the music of the Lolo Ce-

ballos orchestra. President Elect

Toti Estenoi presided and Presi President
dent President Joe- Harrinetoa presented

each visiting Club with the flag of j

the Cristobal-Colon Club.

I'iCf els To PIi!nf

G:rn:n$ Cc:!:!n

BERLIN. Feb. 23 (UP) East

German Communists today de demanded
manded demanded nationalisation of fashion
models Thev said the models

trained under private enterprise
are too plain looking and have

poor figures. 1

une criueisra was maae vj ine
East Berlin newspaper Ji Am

Abend after a correspondent

visited the privately run school

for models Erfurt. The school

Is the only one of its type in East

Germany.

The newspaper demanded a

government-run school to replace
the Erfurt school.
'We do not want t produce
Paris manikins, but we do need
models with perfect figures,", the

newspaper saw. '"mis' impor important
tant important for International trade."

Earlier in the day. the tradition

at planting of the tree of friend-

snip toon place at inn ana noose-

velt Avenues in a very impressive
ceremony.1 Each country brings to

the ceremony some of its. soil to
enrich 'the native earth and to
symbolically unite all nations in
the spirit of Rotary The tree se selected
lected selected was one whose scientific
nme-8yzygiuffl meant United

when translated, me tree plant planting
ing planting ceremony was followed by a

very delightful tocktail party at!

the beautiful borne f Kotanan jo jo-se
se jo-se Marie Goneakx.
Two sessions for the delegates,
one In the moraina) and one in the

aftMUooo, mad the tree plantlnftl

ceremoay aed the FeUowsk bn
ner all, th. more enjoyable. Aft
these werk sessions the presidents'

elect ana ine ereMirMe t e i
meet te discus's poiieiaa, plaftsj

and to receive instruction in tne
aima and objects of Rotary At

these work sessions man of di

verse aatieaalitiea learn ta work
toward a- common, ideal. 'Thus

luee4he advancemenb of krter-

nutinnal nnrleiiitandintf.

On Sunday the conference wilt
close with a trip and weak t the
Gatun Locks and historic. Fart

Of

X

Af Least IIDod
As M Reck

In Formosa 'Qusic

TAIPEI,. Formosa, Fab. 25

(UP) The worst earthauake in

six years racked Formosa, today,

collapsing scores of dwellings.

crumpling smokestack and ear ear-inf
inf ear-inf la I hiflhwav tunneL Thou

sands ef resident fled front their

hemes into the rainswept sight.

Early reports said at least .n
ber sons were killed and 13 ether

seriously injured. Police feared

the toll would merease when
report trkkM far iren; Isolated

area Alone tne mountaineu cast

Coast.' k
The Waathef Boresnt Waeed t&e

epicenter ef ,the quakes in the

Pacific about 50 milea off the

East Coast, port eit e Hualiee

It said the euake began at 4:2

a.m. and continued for 40 mbv

utea

1 Reporte Indicated the. euake

was felt almost the entire length

I TV as a eiuivm aw -sum mm
one of the aims ef RotarrI raaor Formosa. A woman fell to her

U Policies In Africa

Solon Wants

Concept

WASHINGTON. Feb. 25 (UP)

8en.M Theodore F.' Green said
tsdif ttarf 'l. 8. -poheles toward

Afriea "havrMea-toeep pace-'
with- the .drive for 'political inde

pendence ay Amcaa nauons.

Thw-1thde- Island .Democrat,
- eftairmln--of -the Senate Foreign
Relatione Committee, added that

Ve- cannot sonsuMtfr a respon respon-afhW
afhW respon-afhW aoliav. r eelicies toward

tiis part ef ihe world unleta we
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last fait" He made the trip o
msi Ae-anamia and ''Poiat FOttr

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accomplished a might have been
hoped for during the limited time
it has been operating," Green
said, ,- .. .,'
Bat be said "We are making
progress and the countries we
have sought to held are not only
grateful butcan draw assurance
front the knowledge that Ameri American
can American assistance comes with no

politics 1 Strings attached."

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He said Libya has an especially
dangerous problem because ef its

ieeonoffiie weaknest and Hear of

trained personntl.
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by the United Kingdom tm)
United States assistance, Libya
would soon founder,' He reported.
B that happeneoV Gtee. taid.

Libya almost certainly would faD

ren joer the complete influence ef

Egypt.

Africa "stands on the thresft thresft-hold
hold thresft-hold of a burgaoning social and
political upheaval, Green laid,
and "the stakes are high. lie

said "the cost ef American de development
velopment development and technies! assist

ance is relatively ae modest that

eat at the Conference Center in
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MONDAY, FEBRUARY SS, K&t
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'Shpwdown'

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Mervyn Rose Cops Men's
Crown In Five Set Battle
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iijWith Teammate Don Candy

Editors CONRADO SARGEANT

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Mrs. Dorothy Head Knpde last night came back
from the brink of defeat to score a thrilling 26,
, 6, 6 1 victory over Darlene Hard in the women's
Mngles finals of the Panama International Tennis
'Championships.

Begins Tonight

By JOHN GRIFFIN
NEW YORK, Feb. 25 (UP)

Push all those blue chips to the
center of the table this Is

"showdown week" In college
basketball for as many as eight
major conference titles and
maybe the .national s c o ring

championship, too.
Kentucky and Texas Western
can open the hand by clinching
league crowns tonight, and,
with them, berths in the N.C.A.
A. tournament.
Before the week is out, cham champions
pions champions niay also be decided in
the Bip Ten, Pacifc Coast

in an au-Austranan fe rence MissourL Valley Sky-

won out i-l, J-b, D-i ntlli mllfnrnia Basketball

Association, each of these car carries
ries carries an automat)!; bid to the
big; N.C.A.A. carnival.
Kentucky, the nation's No. 3
team, can wran no its 12th
Southeastern Conference title

in the last J4 years tonieht by

Mr& Knode trailed 2-6, 4-5 in
the second set when "she started
her sensational rally that eventual

ly sained her victory. Miss Hard

twice failed to scoe match pom;
while leading 4-3 in the second set
and three limes in. the twelfln
game while ahead 506.
.Dotty evened the second at 6-6
, and went ahead to take' it 4-8.
After a ten-minute rest, the girls
xeturned to the court and resirn resirn-ed.
ed. resirn-ed. play, under Ihe lishts. Darlene
Jiever had a chance afterwards de de-tite
tite de-tite her power, game, as Mrs.
;Knode easily took the set and
'match 6-1.
'.Miss Hard was the oowerhouse j

iwhile Dottv was the slow, steaiv
plunger. Djirlene famed the at attack
tack attack throughout the match, rush-

l? the net for thp put away shots

he is so famoi's for. Her sprvce

JJfcVas hard and fas( as most men's
and keeninp up this Ivoe of niay
CO"M well have ben her undoing.
Sh tired beeii' of her fast
pic nd the dv' heat. thn

started mi$sin double fau'ted
en service and b?aan netting her
Overhead (mashes.

Five times she needed just one

more oowerhouse serve to become
the chunin hut either the rip
wasn't jn the service or she dou.
Wefaulted:

After Dotty came back to win
the five match points after break breaking
ing breaking Darlene's service to win the
second set, it seemed that Miss
Hard lost her spirit and just didn't
have the reserve needed.
ROSE COPS MEN'S SINGLES
Mervyn Rose, the top seeded
player of the tournament, had

eo live sets 10 Deai ino. c seeuea

Don Candy
finals. Rose

to take the men's singles cham championship.
pionship. championship. With Rose serving the last game

of the match Candy fought back
all the way to break through.
Four times Rose had match poiit
but Candy won to carry it bac:
to deuce. Twice he carried the

came t0 his own advantage Dut!wnipping Auburn at home. The
Rose held. The fifth time R ose, wildcats already have clinched
hd match point he hit a terrific,.,. lpast a t!e for the crown with

two games to go.

.

cross court back nana mat canay

managed to reach but couldn t

handle and on the half volley net-l Texas western can clinch the
ted it as the singles crown went bor(jer conference crown by win-

his countryman. nin its final league pani'? to.

. i night at home against New Mex-

iney piayeu in naiu iuu ai(co A.' and M. A loss wouiu give
great part of the match. At times wardin-Simmons a chanoe to

he bounced his racket around r.tvtie for tne tlte hv beatine the

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MIXED DOUBLES FINALISTS (Left to right) Mar rio Llamat, Lola Ramirez, Darlene Hard and Jerry Most ?
after completion of'their action-packed match that w ai won by the Mexican team of Llamas-Ramire 64,
6 1. The match wai the finals of the mixed doub les' competition in the Panama-international' Invitation
Tennis Tournament at El Panama Hotel's tennis courts. ;

thn court like a child does a rub

ber ball. The fact that the racket
fnok the abuse is. a good recom

mendation for the brand he used.
Candy was quite upset at
some of the officials' falls and
to this writer's way of seeing it,
it could well be he was justified.
In the men's doubles, Rose and

Candy took the championship by
defeating Mexico's Mario Llamas

and Pancho Contreras J-b, b-i b b-2.
2. b-2. Roberto Heuten atte, chairman

of the tournament committee,

thanked everyone for their cooper cooperation
ation cooperation in making the championship
such a success Heutematte, him himself
self himself one of the most avid tennis
fans in the Republic, made the
presentation of prizes in the patio
of El Panama Hotel where El Pa Panama
nama Panama Cabana Tennis Club were

hosts to the players and commit

tee hetds, at the twinw ball.,

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same fOR on Friday.

Should both favorites win,

rhev w411 swell the field for the

N.C.A.A. tourney to six teams,

Connecticut and Canisiu were

alreadv in when Southern

Methodist joined uo by cl'nching
its third st.rairht Sovtbwest
Conference title Saturdav night

and Idaho State clinched the

Rp'-kv Mountain Confernce bid.
Ferp are the other league ti titles
tles titles that are up for grabs this
week:
Big Ten Indiana (9-2) can
clinch at least a tie by beating
Michigan tonieht and Michi Michigan
gan Michigan State (8-3) Saturday and
would clinch outright if, 'n
addition, Ohio State lost to
Illinois tonirht or Northwes Northwestern
tern Northwestern Saturday.

Taclflo Coast TJ.Ci.A. and

California, each 11-1 with four
left. U.C.L.A. can clinch this
week bv beating Southern Cali California
fornia California Tuesday and sweeping
the big Friday and Saturday se series
ries series with- California.
Ohio Valley Western Ken-
tucky (7-1) can tie Morehead
(8-D tonight by beating Tennes Tennessee
see Tennessee Tech. Then each ha3 one
left Morehead vs Eastern Ken Kentucky
tucky Kentucky Thursday, Western vs
Middle Tennessee Saturday.

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Tom Ebdon, Tom Dugan, Jerry Crawford winners of the medley relay trophies for 12 year
old boys in the 1956 annual Gamboa Civic Council Swim Meet. This year's meet Is sched scheduled
uled scheduled for March 3. j
G onetino Sprints To Third
Consecutive Feature Victory

The Stud Buena Fe's speedy

Oonetino made three straight
victories yesterday afternoon at

the President Remon race track
when he sprinted to a post-to-post
win in the featured $1000
mile for first and second series

imported thoroughbreds.

Gonetin.o going In an entry

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James Stewart Doris Day In
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YOU'RE NEVER TOO YOUNG
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CRIME IN THE
- STREETS
with Sal Mineo
and
THE COME ON
with Anne Baxter

MAN ALONE
THE LAST
COMMAND

ROAD TO DENVER

with Mossadeq, was thcmutuels

favorite an dreturned $4.40.
Jockey Fernando Alvarea hus
tied Gonetino into a command

in? lead which he increased to

four lengths a half mile out.

Second favorite Patan and Eric,

which was in closest pursuit to

the final sixteenth, gamed rap

idly in the stretch but Gonetino
still hit the finish line a full

length to the good. Mossadeq,
Melendej and Aihajar also ran.

Gonetino' time was 1:38 2-5
only three-fifths of a second

off the track record.
Speaking of records, Ilenco, a
native thoroughbred by count
Curley out of cluanie, equalled
the lour furlong record for na natives
tives natives as he sped the distance in
49 2-5 to win by eight lengths in
his debut.
The big feature, however, was
the Fred S. (Rudy) Rudesheim
ridine; show which was a great
success. Texas Ed and Joan
Ross, professional members of
the Texas Rodeo Troupe, con contributed
tributed contributed trick riding; and rop roping
ing roping acts that were crowd
piease'rs.
Rudesheim himself and mem

bers of his Panama Riding
School executed some difficult

lumping exhibitions that drew

loud applause from the much
better than average "crowl that

attended yesterday's races.
The dividends:

, FIRST RACE
I Semiplen $5, IM
IWBarlToB ZM.
SECOND RACE
I Chit $3.41, X.

Fr Fr W.
First Double: $tS9
THIRD RACE
1 PanceJa $z0, L20.
2-Ika$r?l.
Obc-Two: $4

FOURTH RACE
1 Henco $2.80, 2.20.
2 Mr. Jack $2.40.
Qulniela: $4.60
FIFTH RACE

1 Destello (excluded from bet

ting).
2 Radical $7.60, 2.20.
3 Lady Edna $2.20.
SIXTH RACE
1 Cartillero $15, 3.80.
2 Kinr$2.60.
SEVENTH RACE
1 Fenix $15 80, 6.88.
2 Lifeboat $5.20.
Second Double: $148 2
EIGHTH RACE
1 Scintillation $7, 4.40.
2 Crews Hill $5.80.
Qu'niela; $18JtO
NINTH RACE
1 Oliver $10 JO. 4.80.
2 Soft Note $12.
One-Two: $213.89
TENTH RACE -1
Gonetino $4.40, 3.

2 Patan $3 20.

Enthusiastic f J. Maglie Sets

15 Victoriea As '57 ,Goal

VERO BEACH. Fla.. Feb.' 25

(Ufj bai Mague, as mnusiastic
as rookies half his' age. todav set

a goal of .15 victories that would
make 1957 ; his best season, in five

My target is to win 15 games

u tnat s, enough to help us win an

other pennant, said the 40-year

oid ; nurier when he checked mto

the Brooklyn Dodgers' Vero Beach
Fla., training eamp. "I don't know

n ji can start lor three mora years
but I'm sure I can pitch." ..

Mague. the hero of the Dodgers"

stretch battle with the Milwaukee
had a 13-5 record last season and

hasn't reached the 15-victory mark
since 1952 when he had an 18-8
record with the New York Giants.
But he was ready to throw on the
sidelines yesterday, said he'd he

throwing to the hitters today or to
morrow and looked as, fit and cap capable
able capable as any other pitcher in camp,
So, considering the miracles he
accomplished last seasqn, there
wasn't a man in camp who didn't
take the old turveballer t his
world. v

The Braves and, Washington Sen

ators, meanwhile, were running in into
to into trouble with some key pitchers.
Lew Burdette. the National

League's earned run leader and a
19-game winner, Bob Buhl, who
beat Brooklyn eight times .and re

lief pitcher Ernie Johnson all rer
fused to agree to terms with the
Braves. One of the problems in this

situation is mat warren spahn,
who doesn't even pitch against the

Dodgers, recently signed with the
Braves for about $50,000. ;

At Orlando, Fla.. Chuck Stobbs

and the Washington Senators still

were about $3,000 apart' following

anower conterence. stobbs, who a a-stounded
stounded a-stounded everybody by winning 15

games for the Senators last sea

son, wnow has Calvin Griffith

dumbfounded because he wants a a-bout
bout a-bout $19,000. The odds in t h i s

squabble r .heavily against
Stobbs.' i
Don Larsen, the World Series Series-perfect
perfect Series-perfect gam hero, arrived unex
pectedly at, the New York Yan Yankees'
kees' Yankees' St. Petersburg, Fla., camp
amid indications that he may sifin
for about $20,000. Larsen, who got
$14,500 last season, had been of offered
fered offered $17,500 .and was demanding
$27,500. A settlement U at ; $20,000
would be ."meeting each, other
halfway," general manager George
Weiss figures it Larsen, incidenU
ally, said he weighed 228 pounds
the sameas he weighed $he day
he pitched his historic Series game,
jOn other ..training camp fronts:
Manager Mik Higgins reveal
d that Mel Parnell, wh last
season, pitched the first no-hit.

tar by a Boston :Rod Sox pitcher
since 1923 underwent a "miner

Ibow operation" last menth.
Parnall it due in camp today
and his training is not expected
to be affected by the operation.
Jjm Brosnan and .Turk Low
threw extra hard yesterday as the -Chicago
Cub batterymen put in
their .fifth day of work in Mesa,
Ariz.; Both: pi tehets -arrived in
camp far advanced over ; their
teammates, '-
General Manager Hank Green Green-berg
berg Green-berg of the Cleveland ndians drop-
ped .in on the Baltimore Orioles'

camp-at Scottsdale, Am., but he

and manager Paul Richards of the
Orioles said they did not talk a a-bout
bout a-bout a deal. 1 ; :
And at Clearwater, Fla. tha
Philadelphia Phillies' too minor

league farmhands' beat the St.

Louis Cardinals star farmhands, 5 5-1.
1. 5-1. behind the five-hit pitchin of-

rookies Dallas Green, Don Carn Carn-well
well Carn-well and Gerry Kettle. Green is a

former University of Dela ware

star, Cardwell was a 15-game win

ner at 'Miami, Fla.. last season

and Kettle is up from Class D for;

racij

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PSLl

PAN LIQUIDO CLINCHES

i FIRST HALF -PACIFIC
SOFTBALL LEAGUE

V Standings
Won Lost

Cervecerla Nac. ... 12 ,2 ;

Lou Glud Agency 8 5
20th Infantry ..... 6 5
Tasco Batteries ... 5 7
Blatz Brewers ..... 1 13

Pct-i

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.616
.545

.417

071

Sam Catlett's Cervecerla Ka.

clonal "Pan Licmido" captured

the 1967 Pacific Softball League
first half, title on Wednesday by

beating Tasco Batteries.

Final score of th clincher was

8 to 2.

Lou Glud Stars and 20th In

fantry haye an even break to

take second place while Tasco

Batteries and one of the teams

mentioned above can tie for the

third spot, i

The second half Is scheduled

to beein on Monday, March 4

with the first half winners. Pan

LlnuidQ nlaylnw Lou Glud Stars:

Pan Llouldo had an easy
match against the battery boy
whose reserve nower was kent

intact by McNair Lane and his

sharp out-curve and ln-shoot

nltches.

The beermen Wg lnnlnor rame

In the third. With a double bv
Stock. thre singles, twn errors

and sacrifices alon with Gus
Kosik's horn, run in deen cen

ter, the "ehamos" Jumped over

Tasco bv four rus;
Bob Newman. Tasco's ace and
manager, went the rout for an another
other another defeat. One of the Navv
boys rims was on wlty' homer
i nrieht-center In th first.
Pitcher "pw Mae" Lns a?in
out-hit the field with three sin singles
gles singles In four times to the plate.

Score By Innings
Cer. Naclonal MM Mo i 9 S

T. Batteries 110 000 02 4 3

Umpires; Leonard Roberts.

Scorer: Henry Clark.

Lou Glud 7, Blati Brewers 6
Trying very swiftly to make

their second win in tht ending

nhase of the first half. Ulats

Brewers nlayerl with exeat DlrU
to'm t.is-ht- and chwwarne wit"
Tu Glud Stars which finished

7 to 6 on the artortlnsj roods ren-

re.ntative side.

Glud Stars, starting Trltz

lie

Cheneyere on the ihaky tnef
of the victory rope due to
Blata'a Irregular but hard' baji-.
blows which maintainor? sW

Red Keith was Again victim of
another heart breaker, t hl
twelfth. Relieving Cheney in the
fifth. Lou Hilzinger chalked his
third win of the season after
last Inning rally' that tallied
three runs 'on two alnglM and
error a walk and a pass-ball.
Blatz .catcher; Selgel, had the
game's only homer.

The box score:
.
Blata Brewers

Gonzales,.. .. .,

Gariepv

MacKenzie ....

Martin-.. .. ..

Marunea...

Hunter

Lopes
Selgel
Keith

Ab
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, 4
, 4
, 4:

29- 6 6

Lou Glud

McArthur

Malene T.

jones ,r ,f.
Husted ..
de la aMter

wtcy iV

Woodruff ..

C. McArthur
Dunn ..
Simons .. ..
Hilzinger s.

Cheney ..

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FRAME UP A Philadelphia Phillif rooki' Her,' waiting
for the next pitch, framed Granny' Hamner' windup in a
diamond of arms and bat. Haranpr is trying 'o make the
Kwitrh from infieldw to pitcher.

by
JOE WILLIAMS

V. ; ST. PETtiRSBURQHs Trader Frank Lane, general manager
fc of the much scrambled Cardinals, who played under .500 ball last
' year and finished fourth, sat in his newly constructed, offices
under, the stands at M Lang Field, and deplored.
Trader lane regretted that reporting jobs on a baseball din-"
ner in St. Louis las week had set up what he called ail alleged,
- pennant deadline on his tehure, giving him no later than 1958 to
4 locate the World Series in Busch Stadium. 1 f v, ":
Frank was most unhappy hi had hot been able to find' the
combination t the strong box ln.which St. Louis kept its favor-
'able opinion of anybody trying to operate the Cardinals.
O And to top it all, Lane was nonplussed because Roy Harney.
of the Phillies, would not trade Richie Asburn to the Redbirds..

" i "Th? dUiner last week was a kidding match in which noth-H

' yyaa satqjsertpvw'iess. araqer inaiaiwi.
5Buf those reports sent out across the country made'it look
. as if Bunch had warned me to organize a winner by 195t, 'or else.

U ana I had announced mat tjj jauea to como a noicn in lsar

end get into the Series the following falh I would chuck the job.
.: "I am confident the Dodgers will not be as tough this year

r r as they were in 1956, and that the Cardinals will pick, ud about

i,. a dozen victories. I like our farm.system stars well enough to
be certain that m 1958 we will be real contenders But anybody

, who sets a deadline for himself and his club Is headed for disap-

-. pointment" .
v . ... ,: : '";;
Nrt Each Othart Dish
Whether August A. Busch Jr. was Joshing about the dead
line, or really meant it. is not difficult to translate. Busch .does
not own the Cardinals. They belone to the Anheuser-Busch
Brewery, the board of directors of which regards a losing ball
club as a poor advertisement for its product.
There has been strong pressure on Busch to sell for what whatever
ever whatever cnuW be salvaged out of an- Investment of close te 15 mil million.
lion. million. But his civic pride and a personal determination have
fought off the move. : t
1 There Is a strong chance that If the Card'nals were sold
they would be moved to San FrancJ-co. TTie Doeers 'n' Loa
Angeles., the Redbirds up North. . well, that's something for .an
other day.- . ' .
A for Lane, 'weir, he tsn't St Louis' dish, and the city tent
Frank's His press thern is admittedly bad. His havinn ro&&
Red Schoewttenst. Bill Virdon. Brooks Lawrence. Harvey Haddix
end Jackie Brandt left him wide open to heavy fire.
After an hour's conversation with Lane.-1 rot the definite
Idea that while he wanted to can the t. LouM dinner a snnoflr
festival, he would not be around the Cardinal off'ces In 1959 If.
bv then, he had not recorded a very positive achievement with
the ball club.

' 1921 Ytnkac DM ft
Trading Into a pennant Is vlrtuallv Impossible, as George
Wei, of the Yankees, has exp'atned so often, an so grerhic".
There have been a -very few glaring exception. The 1921
Yankees did it. but -they got a break no .luh has ben able to
achieve since, the anility to buv playe like Brbe Ruth.
lane learned plmt about the perils of try'"" trade fntn
h World Series whU he wen operating theW?t'e fnx. Bp.
desperate for an immediate rie out f the vnth-flace mrk
i n which tht Redbird finished in 195. Frank had to report to
desperate measures. That he did lift them into the first division
seems to be overlooked. .
, Lane is hunting for two precious commodities. pennant pennant-class
class pennant-class shortstop and a center fielder of l'k e"ber. Money la no
consideration. It is suspected that the $300,000 which was Offer Offered
ed Offered in vain for Don Newcombe last winter would be paid by Lane
for a Oil McDougaW or an Ernie Banks.
, The? offer Lane has made for Ashburn Is bicred'ble. T wh
I were free to reveal It. If the Phillies made that deal and Richie
flopned in St. Louts. Lan- would have to nult a year b'ore 1958
, Mayo Smith would like to-trade Ashburn! as bd'SDoaed of
pel Enols. But Harney is afraid to risk the move. Philadelphia,
too. now la a one-league city.

Yesterday's Result

Lucky Strike 11, Amer. Legion 9

Tonicht's Game

Lucky Strike r vs J unior coUege

AI Lombana's two out three-

Tunliomer In the bottom of tne
i seventh gave. Lucky Strike a 1

!to 9 victory over American I

gion yesterday ana assurea tne
Luckies at least a tie for the

second half title. Should Lucky

Strike defeat college tonight the
Smokers will take the 1957
championship by sweeping both

naives or the Twuoon scneame,

' The Luckies took a two-run

lead with a single run In the

third only to have the Legion

blow the game wide open with
an eight run splurge in the

fifth,

Eleven' batters wetn to- the

plate In the big fifth' for .the

Lesion and when, the side- was

finally, retired the Legionnaires

sported a six-run lead. Jack Love

led off the inning popping out

co Fiynn oemna nome piate,

Ronnie Mead reached first safe

ly sliding under Halsau's at attempted
tempted attempted tag on a poor throw

irorn intra tse. Mcciiaae wait

ed and Nlcklsher Was safe on c

fielder's choice to load the bas-
.
Eddie Blog hammered ft Joyce,
offering high over Frankhous Frankhous-er'e
er'e Frankhous-er'e head in left and Blog circled
the bases behind his teammates
for a four-run homer. Welch
and COlaerr ande- followed with

singles and Marietta was hit by.
a pitch to- load the sacks again.
Wally Trout filed out to short

left for the second out but Jack
Love pickled another of Joyce's
pitches and sent, in. far out to
the fence In left center for the
second bases loaded homer cf

tn inning. Charlia Hina took

Over for Lucky s Strike; after
Love's blast and got Mead on
strikes to end the inning.

luck? striKe 'cnased Lova in

the bottom of the. fifth scoring

two runs tnat brougnt Bill Pret Pret-to
to Pret-to to the mound, pretto got out
of the Inning without further

scoring but ran Into trouble- in

the sixth -when the Luckies got
to him' for three runs and Love

returned to the mound ..from

ngnt new. ' :
Love retired the Luckies vet

ting Cordoves to ground out for
the final out of the inning and

preserve tne ugion't one run

lead. Hint et the three batters

down in. order In the Legion
seventh to make It seven men in

a row alter taking over from
Joyce In the fifth inning.

' Dick smith led the winners at
the nlate with a nerfect three

for-three with Eddie Bloc and

jerry weicn getting two for

thre In a losinar causa, for. the

Legion. ;

Tonight the Luckv Strikers

will be out to sew iro the 1957

championship when they -send 1

unaney tjini to tne mouno a a-gainst
gainst a-gainst Junior colleee. Fred Ray-

bourne will go to the mound for
Junior Colleee as the Collee-ians

nope- a siaii tne smoscrs ctrtva

and auo. keep the college hopes

auve ior a secona naif uue.

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LVI44CI V OAiil U4UCA UUIVIRI

Manager ueorge Weiss ot tne new

York Yankees stui is mating
David Harum look like an ama amateur.
teur. amateur. 'r

Weiss concealed his latest coup

under aheer numbers. It was bur buried
ied buried in the crush of a 13-man swap
he announced Tuesday between
the' Yankees and the Kansas City
Athletic

George camouflaged it further

with a brash belligerency aimed

at rival clubs which have accused

him of making "farm, clubs" out
of the American League's tail-end
teams.

."Let 'em find something sinister

in .this ene,:' he challenged.
. fxema-le At HhT

. They won't have to look too. far

in' inspecting the transfer or piren piren-ers
ers piren-ers Art Ditmar and Bobby Shantz,

olus a future designaet, for out

fielder Irv Noren, infielder Billy
Hunter and pitchers Miekep Mc Mc-Dermott,
Dermott, Mc-Dermott, fora Morgan and Rip
Coleman. s
The 27-year old Ditmar was the
ace of the Kansas City mound
staff last season and' won more
games for a last place -ball club
than McDermOtf, Morgan and
Cole'maii Won en masse for a(
world championship club. ' 1
Weiss' ignored ibis fact and:

blandly assured .one Interviewer

that the Yankees probably helped
Kansas City by throwing in the
weak-kneed ; Moren and Hunter,
who to date has been a $100,000
bust.'-' : ?

On the face of his record, Dit Ditmar
mar Ditmar doesn't sound too impressive

His mark last season was 12 wins

against 22 losses. But the 6-foot,
2-inch right hander is a lot of
pitcher and suffered tremendously

bad breaks.

The hot tempered New Engend Engender
er Engender who throws a fast ball, slider

and curve with admirable con control
trol control until he blows his stack and
his aim suffered 16 of those loss losses
es losses in games where the A's got

him three ,or less runs. f ive

times- as he lost, the A's didn't

get a runr ..
. 'L.On'The Credit Side

He hurled a one-hitter against

the White box ana snuiouis

against Detroit and Baltimore. He

was the oalst pitcher on the A's

staff to hit double figures in the

win column.

The Yanks admittedly have

been after Ditmar for two years

and the fact that thev landed him

is certain to set the rest of tRe

league fuming.

One of the toughest things he

had to learn was to control his

temper. When he puts on those

Yankee flannels pou can bet on

one other item, now he wont

have aa many excuses to blow his

top and he 11 have a few more
runs with which to work. It could
make him a big winner.
And Weiss, too, quite naturally.

DIABLO

BUSINESS
LEAGUE

WOMEN'S

roar Teams Wn Tbft rolnta

Abernathy, Boyd Brothers,

Panama cigarettes ana pan

American Airways teams eacti
woriv three, games Mo,nday" eve?

nine v.-i r''c
; Abernathy i bowlers V led by
Pauline Ray with 498, second
high series for the evening, and
Mimi Metzger with 497 wonovw
Mountain -Dew, and held their
three-game lead, Led by Bea
Lombroia jincL Millie Kelly, both
with -m 455 series, Mountain Dew
lost the third game by only one
pin. ' "v ; -V." t 1
In the closest i match of The
evening, Boyd Brothers-led by
Maxine Johnsen with 471 and
Babe Hewitt with, 441 downed
vt mi niffa t.ounae. Anne Slm-

rak with 455 and Ann Thomas
with 440 led the way for PAA in
th.i rain over salon Alex. Tne

iot ani! was won .bv' only five

Ttin rile-h scorers for Salon

ale were' Murrell Milchusson

with 428 .and .tva stinson-wnn

Panama cigarettes- led bv. Lil
Ounn with high slnglo ame of
200 and high series of 579 and
ri Ttj.ra with 495 won over

chevrolet-Buick and remained

In third place. Dottie Williams
and Susan Boles were high for
Chevrolet-Bulck.

TEAM STANDINGS

Abernatny

Boyd Brothers ......

Panama Cigarettes
Mountain Dew

No Mi Diga Lounge

Pan' American A. .
Chevrolet Buick

Salon Alex

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Hall Of Fame

C Wds Eleven Create

-Jhrine 'How .Has 1!0

NEW BRUNSWICK. N.J. (UP)
rThe national PootbaD Hall of
Jame added 11 former greats to-

fy. bringing total enrollment in

e shrine to 110 players.

' The newTy -elected stars art the

"e Marshall- KwlL Harrird.

-8J: the late Hunter raroenter.

rete Mantne. Pena

ite, 1909-12: Ira Rodeen. West

Fgir, 1JI5-19; Georgia B

nn- ;AmeIl. 19H-23: John Mack

Tl AUhama. 1924-25; Ken

P?. NYU. 1928-2I; Eraie

WilUara Corbu. Stanford,
3l-33: J -A C. Wp'Vr, PriTveton,
k53-l 5a.d Dick v nduRg. Linr.e-

SOts, 1940-tt. ' -The
players are selected by vote
of the Hall of Fame's mem memberships,
berships, memberships, recommendations by

coaches, athletic directors, fellow

players and sports writ en.

Amer, Legion

Meaa, ss .......
McGlade, 2b ...
R, Nlcklsher, c
Blog. rf .......
Chase, rf ......
Pretto, p, rf .
Welch, lb
Colasrande. If..
Marietta, cf
Trout, 3b ....
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D. Smith, 2b ..
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Turtle, If 1
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Amer Legion 010 080 O t
Lucky Strike 210 023 311 10

FACmC LITTLE LEAGUE
geeond Half Standings
. Won Lost Pet.

2 0 1.000

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Lincoln Lif .......
Seymour Agency . 0
Elks 1414 .: 0
Gibraltar Life .... 0

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Lincoln life Seymonf Ages. 1
A grand slam home run oil
the bat of Louie French
difference between Lincoln Life
and Seymour Agency.
The two pitchers, Becfe for
Lincolns and Arosemena tor
Seymour, were hooked up in a
pitching duel with Beck haying
S slight edge of one ronnh?
French came to bat in the next
to last inning. With baws loaded
French selected an offering to
his liking and oroceeded w park
the ball over the left fieirt wall.
This was the first grand slam
homer this season. ;
In the last taxrtng Beck. pitch pitch-ln
ln pitch-ln with a safe margin, relaxed
and Seymours collected two niu
and averted a ehutouV j
Besides hltttn his four bae bae-gerv
gerv bae-gerv French collected a double
m ainie for a erfe" ''v

at the olate. He was closely foU t
lowed by h's team
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8TTMMARY Winning Ditch Ditcher:
er: Ditcher: Hlfts (6-1 Losing oltcher:
Love 0-2. 6truck out by: Joyce
3. Hlnr 4 Pretto 3, Love 5. Bas Bases
es Bases on baDs: Joyce 1. Love 4,
Pretto 4. Two base h1'r Flynn.
Home runs: Blog. Love and
Lombana. pitchers records'

Joyce 9 runs hits in 4 2-3 m-

rJnes. H:nx 0 runs 0 bit m 2 1-3
Inntr.rs. Lore t runt t hits In 5
1-3 lnnlnrs. pretto runs 1 hit
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Raymond Vs
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Mose rf

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Seymour Agety
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OFFICIAL LIST OF THE I'ATIONAL LOTTERY OF BENEFICENCE
PANAMA, REPUBLIC OF PANAMA
Complete Prize-rv inning Numbers in the Ordinary Darwin No. 1981. Sunday, February 24, 1951

The whole ticket has 44 pieces whichomprlses the two seriea "A"

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The Nine Handred whele tickets ending tn 1 and not included la the abeve list win Forty-Fear Dollars (S44.M each."
- The Whole ticket has 44 pieces' which comprises the two aeries "A" and "B"

Signed by: ALBERTO ALEMAN. Geverner f the Province ef Panama CM. 47-12153
The RepresenUUve ef the Treasury, JOSE GUILLERMO AIZTTJ

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Sunday,' Febrnary 24, 1957 V .
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Fraetiea

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Third Prize.

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$11.00 $220.00
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FOR RENT: Furnihd ch ch-Ut
Ut ch-Ut for 2 month at "La Pra Pra-dora."
dora." Pra-dora." Tolophono 3-5746.
FOR RENT: Modorn Houso
on La Crosta, 3 bod 2 bath bathrooms,
rooms, bathrooms, living dining room
poeh, gardon, garage. With
''car; largo guest or maid's
room with bathroom. Hot wattr
2 airconditionod, all furnished.
' Ave. Gabriel Duque and
next step to Via Espana. Tel.
3-1852.
FOR RENT: Unfurnished,
small two bedroom chalet living-dinning
room, garage, fenc fenced
ed fenced yards, Betania, $70.00. Call
6109 Curundu.
FOR RENT: Nicely furnish furnished,
ed, furnished, large, clean, cool room,
private bath and entrance,
excellent situation and neigh neighborhood.
borhood. neighborhood. Call 3-0775. Panama.
Commercial Sites
FOR RENT: Floor above
Casa Motta for offices. Call 2 2-2648
2648 2-2648 2-2671, Panama.
Kishi Said Certain
Of Jap Election
To Premier's Post
TOKYO, Feb. 25 (UP)
Nobusuke Kishi and leaders of
the ruling Liberal Democratic
Party today discussed formation
of a new government which Kishi
is expected to bead as Prime
Minister.
Kishi is considered certain to
be elected to the post by the Diet
(Parliament) tomorrow. The con conservative
servative conservative Liberal Democratic
Party holds an absolute majority
in the House.
. Kishi, 60, will succeed Tanzan
Ishibashl, 72, whose cabinet re resigned
signed resigned after two months in office
because of Ishibashi's illness.
Kishi, foreign minister in the
outgoing cabinet, was acting
Prime Minister during Ishibashl s
absence.
Informed sources said there
would be no change in Japan's
basic policy of close alignment
with the West, particularly with
the United States. Although Kishi
advocates changes in certain as
pects of United States-Japanese
relations, he is a friend of the
West.
The Socialists are expected te
put up tnelr party leader, Mosa Mosa-buro
buro Mosa-buro Suluki, to oppose Kishi.
Kishi was a World War II
cabinet minister in the govern government
ment government of Gen. Hidekl Tojo. Hi
served as commerce and industry
minister.
Oldster In Senate
Hakes Ho Secret
Of Junket Expense
WASHNGTON, Feb. 25 (UP)
Expense accounts for senatorial
-junkets usuallv are euarded like
atomic secrets all but that ofl
Sen. Theodore Francis Green. 89.
The millionaire Rhode Island
Democrat, chairman of the Sen Sen-aet
aet Sen-aet Foreign Relations Committee,
iormally reported today that he

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and an assistant toured Africa tor
- ix weeks, spending $1,537.49 plus
Commercial airline fare.
Green and committee staff
member Alwyn V. Freeman
visited places such as Capetown,
Addis Ababa and Tunis to study
' economic and technical assist assistance.
ance. assistance. They made two stops in
frteir exDense account was de

tailed down to items like $2 for
visa photographs, $2.84 for "post;
age, telephone and telegraph,"
and $5 for "maps, books and
other papers."
: Hungry Huskies
GRENOBLE, France, Feb. 25
(UP) A team of mountain rescue
specialists carried rucksack-loads
of meat to 12 huskies in a kennel
at a snowbound 4,000-foot high
station. The dogs had been with without
out without food for more thaa two days.
EXCHANGE
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SELLS
, Doable beds with
spring and mattresa.M9.0C
' Metal cbestc of
drawers '-5
.. Wardrobe 15.M
, Pinette Seta C9-M
Metal SidebMrda ... UM
m Metal keds (S with
.Spring 14JI
Cribs with sew
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ATTENTION. 0. I.I Just built
modem furnished apartments, I,
2 bedrooms, hot, cold water.
Phone Panama 3-4941.

FOR RENT: Completely furn furnished
ished furnished 2 bedroom apartment.
45th street No 2-113.
FOR7 RENT: ConfortabirTne"
bedroom apartment, living
room, dining room, garage,
wasn tub. lei. 2-1456.
FOR RENT: Furnished mod modorn
orn modorn apartment in Bella Vista.
Three family bedrooms, two
baths, servants room and bath.
All conveniences. s Call during;
business hours Panama 2-2159.
APARTMENTS: New build building,
ing, building, 50th and 12th Street, San
Francisco; riving, dining room,
kitchen, bedroom, bath. Rent
from $45.00 to $55.00. Apply F.
ICAZA Y COMPANIA.
Resorts
PHILLIPS Oceanside Cottages
Santa Clara. Box 1890 Pana Panama,
ma, Panama, R. de P. Phone Panama
3-1877, Cristobal 3-1673.
Gramlich's Santa Clara Beach
Corteges. Modern conveniences,
moderate rates. Phone Gemboa
6-441.
FOSTER'S COTTAGES and large
beach honse. One mile pest Ca Casino.
sino. Casino. Phone Balboa 1866.
Macmillan Nixes
Idea of Sanctions
Against Israel
LONDON, Feb. 5 (UP) Prime
Minister Harold Macmillan an announced
nounced announced today that Britain will
not support sanctions against
Israel in the Gaza-Aqaba dis dispute.
pute. dispute. He joined President Eisen Eisenhower
hower Eisenhower in demanding Israel's
withdrawal from the two dis disputed
puted disputed areas but added "we
want to think in terras of a
settlement" and not "in terms
of sanctions.'
Socialists and Conservatives
who had protested Ms. Elsen Elsenhower's
hower's Elsenhower's warning of "pressure"
against Israel if there is no
withdrawal immediately welcom welcomed
ed welcomed the Prime Minister's declara declaration.
tion. declaration. Macmillan stopped short of
sayine whether Britain would
veto sanctions if they ever come
to a vote in the U.N. Security
Council.
Russia Indicated Hs supnort
for economic sanctions in a
commentary by the Commu Communist
nist Communist Party organ Pravda to today.
day. today. Either Britain or France intent
scuttle such a move by usinc
their veto Dower in the Security
Council. The General Assembly
cannot Impose sanctions.
Saud Explaining
Ike Doctrine
To Mideast Chiefs
CAIRO. Feb. 25 (UP) Kinc
Saud of Saudi Arabia undertook
today to explain the Eiseuhowei
doctrine to the leaders of a
frankly hostile Syria and a cool
and doubting Egypt and Jordan.
He met with leaders of the
three nations for talks over overshadowed
shadowed overshadowed by Washington nego negotiations
tiations negotiations between Secretary of
State John Foster Dulles and Is
raeli ambassador Abba Eoan

Outcome of the Dulle3-Ebaniraning 0f delegates speaking up

talks may determine the results
here.
Saud sat down with Egyptian
President Gamal Abdei Nasser
President Shukri El-Kuwatly of
Syria and King Hussein of
dan lor the second rouna oi.go
their Big Four talks that were
interrupted by Baud's bUte visit
to Washington.
Scandinavian Plane
Bucks Sfronq Wind
In North Pole Area
I COPENHAGEN, Denmark, Feb
25 (UP) The Scandinavian air airliner
liner airliner Reidar Vikine arrived her

from Tokyo today after battlin?, He gtudied at Lincoln University
strong headwinds over the Norta j Oxford, Pennsylvania, and at
Pole. two London universities, r
Nkrumah- who insists he b not

The DC-7C airliner was two.
hours late on the inaugural com
mercial flight from Japan. A sis-
ter plane was winging in tbe oth
er direction towards Tokyo.
The two planes last night pass passed
ed passed each other over the Nortb
Pole.
The white-and-red airliner from
Tokyv made an unscheduled aop
at Fornebn Airfield near Osls,
Norway, in orr'er to refuel. H nv
ed snore gasoline than was expect expected
ed expected during the flight front Green-!
land to Scandinavia because of the
strong headwinds.

LEAVE TOOT AD WITH ONE OF OUR AGENTS OR OCR 'OFFICES AT: 13-37 H" STREET, PANAMA LIBRERIA FRECIADO 7 Street Ne. IS AGENCIAS
INTERNAL. DE FUBLICACIONES N. 3 Lottery' PUza CASA ZALOO Oenttal Ave. 4S LOURDES PHARMACY IS La Comsquilla FARMACIA LOM LOM-BARDO
BARDO LOM-BARDO No. 26 "B" Street m MORRISON 4th of July Ave. J St. a LEWIS SERVICE Ave. TivoU No. 4 e FARMACIA KSTAnns riNinnawo r ...i a..

FARMACIA LUX 164 Central Avenue
VAN-DER-JIS SO Street Mo. ta I
the Bell VisU Theatre.
Automobiles
FOR SALE : 1956 CM blue
finish, motor tuned, lubricated
4,400 miles, Perfect condition
(no accident). Cost new $2,000
priced to sell. Best offer over
$1,400. Call Panama 2-1375 be between
tween between 5:00 to 8:00 p.m.
FOR SALF: 194? Plymouth
very good transportation see
Ashley, Gorgas Hospital.
FOR SALE;: 1951 Mercury.
Good condition. Owner leaving
for States. Call 828-3425. La La-cona.
cona. La-cona. FOR SALE: 1949 Nash $200.
Call Warner Corozal 2241 from
8 to 3.
FOR SALE: 1949 Pontiae, 4
door, good condition, Balboa 2 2-2879.
2879. 2-2879. FOR SALE: 1948, 6 cylinder
Oldsmobile sedan, excellent
motor, battery, tires, etc. Duty
.paid $225.00. Call 3-4642.
BARGAIN: Packard 1951 ra radio,
dio, radio, automatic transmision,
30,000 miles. Paid only $500.00.
May be seen afternoons F. I I-CAZA
CAZA I-CAZA Y CIA.
LIFE INSURANCE
call
JIM RIDGE
General Agent
Gibraltar rife Ins. Co.
for rates and information
Tel. Panama 2-0532
j TRANSPORTED BAXTER. S. A.
J Packers. Shippers Movers
K Phones 2-2451 22562
Learn Riding at
PANAMA RIDING SCHOOL
Riding & Jumping Classes daily
3 to 5 p.m. Phone 2-2451
or by appointment.
Balboa Service Center
BEAUTY SHOP
.SPECIAL COLD WAVE
57.50
Monday Thru Thursday
Balboa 2-2939
tor IjS personnel and Ihelj
families only.
THE
NEW
ceoiOTi
CAM BRAS
Model V
Wilh F 1.2 Lens
at
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Panama N. York
Col6n
Negro Nation's Birth
Spurs Soviet Bloc
To Prestige Pitch
ACCRA. Gold Coast. Feb. 24
(UP) Russia dispatched its
minister of state farms today to
match Vice President Richard M.
Nixon at the ceremonies pro proclaiming
claiming proclaiming the birth of Africa's first
native Negro nation March 6.
The Communist bloc was
bidding high for prestige on the
occasion. The affable Soviet dele delegate,
gate, delegate, V. A. Benediktov. will be
joined by Red Chinese Vice
Premier Marshal Nieth Jung
Chen here.
So far Nixon heads the orotocol
for their countries' interests at
the March 6 celebration when the
British Gold Coast colony be
comes the free nation of Ghana.
But Benediktov. one of Soviet
Communist Chief Nikita Khrush

Jor-Chev's top aides, is a diplomatic

- geuer.
His tour of Britain in isu
paved the way for the first west
ern- tour of Khrushchev and Pre-t
mier Nikolai Bulganin outside the
Communist bloc last spring
The Ghana government nopes
to start a huge hydro-electric
Droiect in the Volta Valley, which
will back up the world's largest
artificial lake and provide power
for the eventual industrialization
of the new nation.
Ghana's premier. Dr. Kwame
Nkrumah, was released from a
British colonial jail six years ago
to take over the Gold Coast
government.
Communist, calls himself a
Marxian socialist." He decreed
recently that the government
woull not employ Communists.
ASCAP Founder Founder-Dies
Dies Founder-Dies At Age 71
NEW -YORK. Feb. 25 (CP)
Gene Buck. 71. co-founder and
President of the American So Society
ciety Society of Compose rs. Authors and
Publishers, died yesterday In
Nor Mi Shore Hospital Manna s-
ect, Li

HOUSEHOLD EXCHANGE J. Fo. do

ASiHAUt ax. BAiiUHHU-rarque 4.evre
Miscellaneous
Union Oil Company of Califor California
nia California will dismantle two 'steel
tank at their plant irr La Bo Boca
ca Boca Road, Balboa, Canal Zone,
their total weight being about
550,000 pounds. Offers will be
received for the purchase of
the steel delivered in the Plant
as is and where it is. The tanks
may be inspected during work
hours -en February 25, and 26.
and should be delivered at the
office of the Union "Oil at "Q"
Street, acros from the Nation National
al National Stadium, until Wednesday,
February 27, at 3:00 p.m. All
necessary steps to retire the
steel from the Plant will be on
buyer's account.
FOR SALE: Knebe Grand
t- t, t, ;i.f Otter D' Fen. 'II
($700 minimum). Phone; Bal Balboa
boa Balboa 3672 between 4:00 and 7:00
FOR SALE: Hand made. white
linen pollere black cross stitch
with petticoat. Can be seen 8
to 1 daily at 49th street No. 9
(Avenida 3a. No, 9).
FOR SALE: Beautiful hand
made lavender ros atiched
pollers, adult Size and small
boy's hand mad montuna.
Call Panama 3-6779.
FOR SALE: Contax camera
F.2, speed 1-1250, with Weston
exposimeter, $150.00. Movie
camera, eight mm. five speeds,
F. 2.5, $30.00. Foto Briz, Ave.
"B", No. 12-38, upstairs, Pa Panama.
nama. Panama. General
ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS
DRAWER "A." DIABLO
BOX 1211. CRISTOBAL. C.Z.
Polling In Ifehru's
Home State Begins
NEW DELHI, Feb. 25 (UP)
Polling began today in Premier
Jawaharlal Nehru's home" state of
Uttar Pradesh and part of his con
stituency in the city of Allahabad
in tne second day oi tne Indian
general elections, which opened
yesterday.
More people are expected to
vote today than in any other day
of the 18-day elections, A total of
nearly 200 million people will vote
in the full elections.
In Allahabad Communists join joined
ed joined up with other opposition par parties
ties parties in opposing Nehru's ruling
Congress Party, but Nehru is ex expected
pected expected to sweep to. victory, though
the Praja (people) Socialist Patty
may take four to 10 .seats from
the city.
The Communists have also al
lied themselves' with other parties
to oppose all Congress candidates
for national or state .posts. 1

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PENSIVE The news camera caught this striking candid shot
of House Speaker Sam Rayburn during a press conference in
Washington. Tbe 75-year-old veteran has served as Speaker
LJonei ibta any man In history.

PANAMA

CATi FILL YOUR HEADS'.

U Ossa Ave, No. 41 FOTO DOMY Junto

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Real Estate
POR SALE: Residential home,'
concrete. First class & comfort comfort-ably
ably comfort-ably built. Modem convenience ii
. Ample grounds, fenceA: 26 me meters
ters meters front, 40 meters' depths
Owner leaving. For information
cair, telephone 2-3012 during
office hours; home phone 3-
0932.
FOR SALE: BARGAIN on only
ly only $1,500 down, large-: 3 bed bedroom
room bedroom house on concrete eol.;
umns, nice cool lot, Radio Ci City,
ty, City, price: $7,500.' PATTERSON
3-1114.
FOR SALE: AMERICANS:-
LOvely level lots in Transisrh Transisrh-mian
mian Transisrh-mian Highway, near Zone bord border,
er, border, 15 minutes from Balboa.
$800 total price, only $200 down
$10 monthly. PATTERSON 3 3-1114.
1114. 3-1114. v
FOR SALE: Only $544 down,
$28 monthly, lane bedroom cha chalet,:
let,: chalet,: diriing-living room,' bath,
porch, 10th. St. Rio Aba jo.
Price: $4,444.00 CASA P ROP I A ':
3-1114. '.
FOR SALE: Fully furnish furnished
ed furnished concrete house,, Santa Cla'
ra Beach, $2,800. Phone Gram Gram-lie
lie Gram-lie h, Gamboa 6-441. 7
$2.50 for local TV service calls
UNTIL March 15 to acquaint
you with our service, SAME
DAY service if yov call be be-;
; be-; fore 7 p.m. Our work, is un unconditionally
conditionally unconditionally guaranteed Open
9 a.m. to '10 p.m.. daily.- Phone
2-4616, U.S. Televlsion ( all serv
ice a.o.d.).'-'' ''vr-f
Protests A-Tesls
TOKYO. Feb. 25 (UP) A
group -or prominent Ja&fieese,
including Nobel Prizfc- wirm nr
inning
o-eeweae fLnivu w VlllHIU v WU j
to suspend its nuclear weapons
tests in the South Pacific this
spring. ;
. ,. . '. .x
At the same time, he group
addressed appeals to Pope Pius
XII and, U.N. Secretary General
Dag Hammarskjpld for Help and
cooperation in stopping' the sched scheduled
uled scheduled H-bomb tests at Christmas
Island. '
The seven-member "peace com committee"
mittee" committee" cabled protests against
the tests to British Prime Minis Minister
ter Minister Harold Macmillan and Hugh
Gaitskell, leader of the opposition
Laborite party, in Lonlon.
Britain already has formally
rejected an official protest by the
Japanese government.
AMERICAN

SERVICES

Arosemena Ave. and 33 St FARMACIA

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Home Articles
FOR SALE: Rattan glass
topped coffee table with plant plant-'
' plant-' or Exe. Cond. $35.00. 2-round
' Solid mahogany occatlonal te-i
bles $10.00-ea. 2 shelves, Rat-.
: tan, $300 ea. 2 planters ( room
' dividers), with casters, $10.00
ea. 1 Hamilton beach drink T
mixer,," 110y ,25-60 eye. $15.00
1545-A. Mango St. Balboa.
Some U.S. Citizens
Jailed In China
Termed CIA Agents
WASHINGTON, Feb. 25 (UP) -Charles
Edmundson, a former rJ rJ-ficia)
ficia) rJ-ficia) of the U. S. Information
Agency, said today that at least
some ot tne 10 Americans still in
prison in Communist China are
agents of the Central Intelligence
Agency.. v.
Edmundson. who was fired from
his U.S.I.A. post in Korea for" puf puf-licly
licly puf-licly criticizing U. S. foreign poli policy,
cy, policy, sal that "certainly Downey
and Fecteau". were CIA agents.
He did not further' identify the
two men. The State Department
has in the past identified among
the 10 Americana John T, Downey
ot New Britain, Conn., and Rich Richard
ard Richard Fecteau' of Lynn, Mass. It said
iney were army civilian employes
captured by the Communists after
a plane crash,
Edmundson said the fact that
some of the prisoners are CIA
agents is known to the, Chinese
Communists and the CIA. He crit
icized the administration, for pic picturing
turing picturing these men. as "simple, in
nocent Americans, ne saia iney
may be innocent of the Red
charges "but they are CIA
agents."
Edmundson suggested that the
State Department's ban on travel
to Red China by American news newsmen
men newsmen may be prompted by its de desire
sire desire to conceal the true activities
of snme of the prisoners.

He also said on. the 'ABC. tele-Ithe
vriloCrogrSrjiVJ

v program wawiw
proposal toy ; Sen; Mike -Mansfield
(D-Mont) to set up a watch-dog
committee to ride herd on CIA
operations. 1 ,,
Guy Encouraged By
On Mideast Crisis
NEW "YORK, Feb. 25 (UP)
with his ambassador today thiel
he had "just been told things are
going, a. little better" in Mideast'
negotiations.
Mollet said he was '"hopeful
that a solution to Arab-Israeli dif difficulties
ficulties difficulties will be found. ;
The French Premier arrived by
plane from Paris for conference!
with President Eisenhower, the
first between chiefs of state of the!
United States and its big three
allies since the Suez crisis.
He will leave for Washigton in
President Eisenhower's plane, the
loiumDine.
He was met at Idlewild Aironrt
by French Ambassador to the U-
nited Mates, Harve Alpband, who
gave nun a wnisperedr briefine on
tbe Middle East situation after
newsmen asked for comment on
it.
He had said earlier that he tn.
ferred to make no "declaration"
on the crisis until after he aeds
Mr. Eisenhower.
I intend to state' emnhaticallV
to President Eisenhower as well
as to you that 'our country has
been for nearly two centuries
faithful ally and -does not intend, j
ram or snine. to cnanee ns mind
or its heart, Mollet said. "We!
are always in the same boat and
our common ideals command us
to suck together."
Solon Vanls Survey
Of Safely Devices
On flew Automobiles
WASHTNGTON. Feb. 25 fUPl
sen. iticnara u. NKuberger (D (D-Ore)
Ore) (D-Ore) today called for a Senate
study to determine .whether new
automobile designs meet the safe safety
ty safety requirements of the govern
ment s 25 billion dollar road build
ing program.
Neuberger asked Sen. Albert
Gore (D-TennV chairman of tbe
Senate subcommittee on roads
and highways, to consider ques questioning
tioning questioning auto manufacturers for
their views on whether "new cars
are being built with precautionary;
devices." .. ..
'Neuberger said subcommittee
action was Justified because of the
government's investment in the
highway, program "a major pur-,
pose of which is increased safety
ue suggested mat sucn a sway
also looks into the "sue and horse
power of cars, as well as the con consumption
sumption consumption of fuel as compared with
the quantity of petroleum in meas
urabie reserves la this country.

1954 .Cushman Highlander one
adult owner. Just overhauled
by factory agency $150.00
House -5786-A Diablo.

New Drive To Extend Federal
Minimum Wage Gets Started

WASHINGTON, Fep. 25 (UP) -A
new drive to extend coverage of
the federal minimum wage will
get u n d e t w.a y today 1 1 h
stronger backing than everi before
irom ine aaminisirauon. nu or
ganized labon r
President Eisenhower since 1954
has advocated extension of the $1
hourly wage floor to some of the
20 million workers in interstate
commerce who could be .brought
under the protection of the Fair
Labor btandaras Act..
Secretary, of Labor James P.
Mitchell Is slated to give Congress
the administration's first ..concrete
recommendations for extension to-.
dayi He- wilr appear w the
first witness at Senate Labor aub.
committee hearings on the ub-
ject...
Organized labor also has favored
broader coverage for many years
but has .devoted ; most o us ei ei-fort
fort ei-fort ;to getting the minimum -wage
raised. The AFL-CIO this year has
made extension it "number one"
legislative goal,-' ;
Mitchell was expected to recom recommend
mend recommend that the minimum wage be
extended to at least 2 million
workers in multi-state retail and
service chains such as department
Bolivian Tm Heir
For Libel Damages
LONDON. Feb. 25 (UP) A iu-
mie Ortiz Patino $56,000 damages
today for being libeled by a Brit
ish newspaper. 7
It was one of the largest Hums
ever awarded in Britain in a libel
case. '
The award was made as a re result
sult result of an article' headed "Pity
These Patinos, Vhich appeared in
London 'Sunday Graphic on
Patino alleged the article itf-
. f erred he bed treated Jiis wife.
former New, York debutante and
tnogazine- cover girl Joanne Con-,
nelly, with sadistic cruelty and
that this had caued a break, up
of his marriage. : k
The verdict came after a week
of testimony in which Joanne -was
lapeled a drug addict" oy ner
26-year-old husband
"I'm nappy it wenUthal way,'
Patino said when the jury award
was' announced. "I'm glad it's all
over." '-
-iJF?TTaMmZM Z
i to testify. As a result, attorneys
Joanne was not In court for the
ilTrP.nh
VL Z llffi'tZfn
4V?.e.
bel action at the start of. today's
session.
Dropped Cigaret
Blamed For Fire!
In Jaguar Works
COVENTRY. England. Febi 24
(UP) A carelessly dropped
cigaret was blamed today for the
fire which caused some 3 million
dollars damage in the ,. Jaguar
Aiotor works recently.
Dr. J.B. Firth, a home office
arson expert, jaid the smoldering
cigaret 's stub kindled tbe fire
which-flared in a tire store room
and then raced through the plant.
Almost one-third of the huge auto automobile
mobile automobile works.' was damaged.

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FLOWERS FOR THE QXTEEN Queen Elzabeth is preseEird
with a bouquet of flowers by Pamela Brownlow In the- thKfae
room of the Palace of Quelea in LUbon, Portugal, where the
Queen received the homage of nearly 200 British children. Por Portuguese,
tuguese, Portuguese, crowds almost mobbed the Queen with affection on
Feb. 19. the second day of the British, monarch's atate visit to
the country.

. Ballet, Spaniihdance, guitar, la la--
- la-- dies rhythmic exercise, children's
s, rhythmic band. Mrs, Donaldsen,
Phone Gulick 689. 1

variety and grocery stores, motion
picture theater' and hotel systems
and loan .companies. It has been
estimated that- around one-fourth
of these make less than $1 an
hour. s t
He also 'was expected to ask for
extension to tall employes of firms
that do most of their business in
Interstate commerce.
The AFL-CIO want coverage
extended t to Jiearly .10 million
workers, including about 4 million
retail and service workers, 1.5
million workers on big farms, 1.4
million -' construction ; workers. 1 .4
million 'outside salesmen, and nu numerous
merous numerous smaller I groups. The AFL AFL-CIO'
CIO' AFL-CIO' retail clerks, union is concen concentrating
trating concentrating pa getting retail ; worker
covered, 7 ('- "-'
There are now around -25 mil
lion workers protected by the $1
floor. They are mostly in factories.
offices, mining and transportation,
communication and utilities.
Another 13 million would be cov
ered if the law were broadened to
include businesses "affecting in interstate
terstate interstate commerce."' The law con
fines coverage, now to employei
"engaged in interstate commerce
or in the production of goods for
interstate commerce."
Head-On Collision
Of
Wrecks Two Trains
COURCELLE-MOTTE,' Belgium,
Feb. 25 (UP) Ah express
train and a local collided head-on
today at high speed, collapsing the
engines and a number. of coaches
"like accordions." ;
First reports said "several dead"
were found in theV wreckage and
that numerous injured were being
treated by Red Cross units from,
nearhy CharleroL v ; ;.: f
police officer said .4hat "ha-
vy casulties may have $egn Ci7v
ed t)v theneed of the-head on
collision.',
The trains were a local 'electric
train heading towards Brussels
from CharJeroi and the- Brussels Brussels-Charleroi
Charleroi Brussels-Charleroi express.
Mediators Huddle
Wilh Tugboat Men
NEW YORK, FeD. 25 (UP)
Mediators met separately today
with tugboat workers and their
employers in an attempt '.to re re-sume
sume re-sume negotiations in the tug strike.
Members of Local 333 of the U-
nited Marine Division, National
Maritime Union, caused a new
deadlock last Friday when they
rejected a six-year: contact offer offered
ed offered by the Marine Towing and
Transportation Employers Asscia Asscia-tion.
tion. Asscia-tion. : .,
A strike by dockworkers ended
Saturday when members of the
International Longshoremen's As.
sociation returned to work,
Both federal and city mediators
liave been unsuccessful In obtain
ing a resumption of negotiations
since the union rejected the con
tract which included an 11 per
cent package wage increase with
a wage re-opener every two years.
The main stumbling block was
reported to be tbe union's reluc
tance to accept a six-year pact
Incoming ocean liners have been
forced to dock without the aid of
tugs since the 4,000 tugmen walk
ed out Feb 1. ::"



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Trujillo Dictatorship Blusters Denials
Of Life Magazine's Kidnap-Murder Story

CIUDAD TRUJILLO, Homini Homini-ean
ean Homini-ean Republic, Feb. 25 (UP)
A Dominican rove rnment
spokesman ,. denounced today

Saponaceous Theft
May Cost Employe
Job With PanCanal
"'"You've taken a chance and
lost," Balboa Magistrate John K.
.'IDeining told a man who was be be-'jntflcharged
'jntflcharged be-'jntflcharged with stealing four

bavfcof laundry' soap.
i.lNlp defendant Carlos J. Gonzj Gonzj-ozy'40,
ozy'40, Gonzj-ozy'40, Panamanian, had explain explained;
ed; explained; to the Judge that he saw the
soap lying in a heap of scrap o

1 Jcy. tie would "UKe a cnance ana
take, it home."
i J'Are these bars of soap, which
revwbrth 24 cents worth losing
kiwi! job?" Deming asked Gonzalez."-The
defendant said he had
hoeri employed by the Army for
Jtlft past 16 years,
j 4n suspending the, imposition of
lis sentence Judge Deming said
lhaL the defendant would have
JUi6hment enough since he would
probably lose his job. He was
ploced on one year probation.
!' nnn7!tlpT unc emnlnvpri nt thp

i-asZCruces engineer office at the

' -feme of the theft. He was picked

Sip .py military police Last Thurs Thursdaywhen
daywhen Thursdaywhen he was leaving at the
.'Cujrnndu back gate carrying the
' bag with four bars of soap in it.

as "ridiculous" and "defama "defamatory"
tory" "defamatory" a story published in the :
current issue of Life magazine
linking the recent vanishing i
of American a r pilot Gerald
L. Murphy and the mysterious

disappearance of Columbia
University Professor Jesus de de-Galilndes
Galilndes de-Galilndes a year ago.
A spokesman for the Domini Dominican
can Dominican foreign ministry rejected

Galindez-Murphy Deaths To Get
House of Representatives Airing
WASHINGTON, Feb. 25 (UP) -?of his published criticisms of the

The House of Representatives will, regime of Generalissimo itaiae

hear a one hour report next

Thursday on the Galindez Mur

phy case.

Rep. Charles 0. Porter has been
granted that time to present a
detailed report on the disappear

ances of Columbia University pro professor
fessor professor Jesus Galindez and Amer American
ican American air pilot Gerald Murphy.
Porttr indicated that hit re re-port
port re-port will include an analysis of
allegations that some Dominican
officials had connections
with or were responsible for the
disappearances of both men Ga Galindez
lindez Galindez in New York a year ago
and Murphy in Ciudad Trujillo
in December.
He is also expected to refer to
a Life magazine article which al alleged
leged alleged ,that Murphy and a Domi Dominican
nican Dominican pilot named Octavio de la
Maza were killed because they
knew too much about the earlier
Galindez disappearance. )
Life alleged that Murphy flew
Galindez to the Dominican Re Republic
public Republic and that Galindez presum presumably
ably presumably met his death there because

Leon id as Trujillo.

the allegation -contained in the
Life story that Arturo Espaillat,
Dominican consul-eeneral in

New York, -was involved in the
disappearance of the two men.
According to the spokesman,
"the Dominican foreign minis ministry
try ministry and the American embassy
have thoroughly ; investigated
the Murphy case and Dominican
authorities have presented con concrete
crete concrete documentary evidence
showing the true facts."
(The allegation in the Life
storv was that Murphy and a

Dominican pilot named Octavio
de la Maza were murdered be-

Uan,. than IrnAn. trtrt rv i Vi O Knil f

Dominican ambassador Joaquii .lIv.,...

Salazar was summoned to the Sid hirSoww OatoaeB
Department sources repor t e d' .i v. ..tv. u,,.e. r

that acc4. .---f, n WUCIC IRU.W uccvuo, w

R

Rubottom discussed the Murphy
case with Salazar for. more than

half an hour.

i nese sources would not say

wnetner or not the conversations

touched uppn the status of the
Dominican consul-general in New

York, Arturo Espaillat.
The Life article implied that
Espaillat was implicated in the Ga Galindez
lindez Galindez disappearance. Porter has
said the State Department toid
him it would declare Espaillat
"persona non grata" if its investi investigation
gation investigation proves the Life allegations
true.
State Department sources reaf reaffirmed
firmed reaffirmed after the Salazar visit that
the whole affair remains under
"intense investigation" despite
Dominican government -assertions

that De la Maza killed Murphy

for personal reasons.

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MAJ. GEN. THOMAS L- HARROLD, Commanding General, USARCARIB congratulates
-fadet Maj. Brian Cox, executive officer of the Cristobal High School ROTC Unit after. the
recent review in Harrold's honor. Shown from left to right are Cadet Lt Col. Norman
V1' ttU1,lon commander: Col. J. R. Russ, USARCARIB Q-3, Maj. Robert Stokes, PHS&T
of the Canal Zone ROTC. Harrold. Cadet Maj. May McDonald, battalion sponsor, and Cox.

his published attacks ou Gener
alissimo Rafael Leonidas Truji

Ho, Dominican strong man)..
(When Murphy began Spend Spending
ing Spending money freely and boasting
he could get anything he
wanted from the Trulll'o rov rov-ernment,
ernment, rov-ernment, he was eliminated,
the Life story suggested),.
The official explanation of
Mumhy's and De la Masa's
deaths a given by Dominican
authorities was that De la Ma Ma-sa,
sa, Ma-sa, previously arrested because
of reports of bad blood between
him and Murphy, hansert -himself
and left a notB confessing:
he had murdered Murphy.
Commentlnr on the part at attributed
tributed attributed to Espaillat. West

Point craduate, h "absolutely
incapable of committin the
deeds attributed to him."
The spokesman pointed out
that another Life story claiming
that the missing Gallfldez Was
cremated in the furnaces of the
Dominican steamship Jpundacion

was as "ridiculous" as tne latest

one

"It is mere sensationalism,''

the spokesman commented.
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Switches From Pear

Juice; Weaves.
Yells, Forgels

At least one defendant charged

With intoxication during today's
session in the Balboa Magistrate's
Court probably felt he should have

(tuck to drinking, pear juice.

Carlos Kuiz. 37. was fined $10

for being in such a state of intox

ication yesterday afternoon that
be was "unable to care for his
own safety.'- Canal Zone records

show that the Panamanian defend defendant
ant defendant last appeared before the Bal

boa Court ten years ago at which
time he was found guilty of steal stealing
ing stealing a can of pear juice.

the arresting officer said Ruiz

was weaving across Shaler Road
yesterday, stopping cars and yell yelling
ing yelling at people. v ,.

When asked whether be. wanted

to say anything in his own de defense
fense defense Ihe repentant offender stat stated:
ed: stated: . .-

"I'm sorry I can't say anvthintl

oec a use i was in that kind of state
I just don't remember."

A 30-year-old soldier Jam e i

uean suites, was lined 115 on a

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(WE SHOULD LIVE SQ LONG )

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By RICHARD A. MULLENS

'THIS last article of the Tax

Primer takes up the final" steo in

filling out Form 1040 figuring

your actual lax. ( ,
It also describes what, happens
tn'vmir return afl.or if ta filn1 anrl

lastly, ft gives some reminders .to

tnose oi you who must fuaa Dec

laration of Estimated Tax for; the

current year 1S57.
i If you. are using Form M40 you

Will enter in item 12,' page 1. of

form low tne tax from either the

Tax Table (see article 11)' or the

lax computation S e h e du 1 e o

page .2 of Form 1040. it i

1 'Ihe lirst step in -using the tax
computation schedule on page 2 is

10 enter on line l your adjusted
gross income as showri in item 11,
page 1. What you enter in line 2

is important, You have a choice of

showing either your itemized de

ductions or one of the amounts

shown in (a) or (b) of the in

structions with line 2. Use' which whichever
ever whichever gives you the largerndeduc-

uon.- r-r-- ';:. i-

Fill out the remainder of the ti

computation schedule of Page 2,
following the instructions opposite

eacn une ana you. will end up on

une wnn tne amount which go

es in Hem 12, page l, of Foi'm 1040,
Remember, you should have i

Form W-i from, every employer

wno wnnneld rax from your pay
If you had more than one em

ployer, add up the amounts de

ducted from your pay for F.I.C.A.
Social Security) tax. You are en

titled to treat any deduction of

r .l.UA. tax in excess, of $84 as

additionar income tax withheld. In

other words anv excess will be

either credited or refunded to you
provided you report the excess on
your return as required on page 8
of the instructiops. i
If you we an additional, amount

to Uncle Sam, payment must be
made when you file your Form
1040, The return must either be in

j.the District Director's Office or

postmarked not later than mid midnight
night midnight of April 15, 1957 , ;
If you have a refund coming.

you can either have all or 'part
of it paid back to you or, credited

against your 1957 estimated tax.

Do not ask to have any credited
unless you expect to file a Dec Declaration
laration Declaration of Estimated Tax on or
before April 15, 1957,

After your return' reaches the

District Director's officer it will be

checked' for mathematical ac

curacy;; If you have made an error
the District Director will send you

an explanation together with eith

er a bill or a refund depending on

whether ydu figured too little or too
much tax. If you should receive a

notice telling of a- mathematical
error in your return and you do
not. agree, write the -Director ex explaining
plaining explaining why you don't concur in
his statement.

guanas or Junk! s

Buddies Differ,

udge Decides

Despite the fact that he' insisted

he was "in. this alone," a Rio A-

bajo resident today was fined $10
and his erstwhile buddy was fined
$5 on charges of trespassing in the

tied i ank dump area yesterday.
Jose Fernandez; a 44-year old
Panamanian told the Balboa Ma Magistrate
gistrate Magistrate he was hunting iguanas
about a mile from the dump. He
road sucking on sugar cane when
road sucking on suar cane when
a Canal Zone policeman stopped
him.
The iguana-hunter denied know knowing
ing knowing the second defendant. Hrnesto-

Gonzalez, who was up oa, a simi

lar charge in court, t
f'l'm in this thing alone, "he

insisted.' :

However Gonzalez told a differ different,
ent, different, tale. The 31-year-old Panama Panama-nian
nian Panama-nian defendant said he had met
Fernandez and they had decided

to join forces in tarrying away

some iron lunK irom tne dump. -Fernandez
was picked up in the
same place after he had parked
an empty pick-up truck m the

dump -area. He said he had never
been there before, but went only
because of "that man"' (pointing
to Fernandez.)
He was fined $5 after his plea
of guilty.

Your return will also "be reviw-

ed to determine whether it, should
be examined by a Revenue 'Agent.

Ordinarily only those returns
which have doubtful or suspicious

nems axe exammea cioseiy.
If vour return is examined nd

additional tax proposed, you have
the right to ask for a reconsidera reconsideration
tion reconsideration of the change if you do not a-

gree with it. If you are not satis

fied .with a decision made in your
District Director's office, ask the
Director for the address of his Re

gional Commissioner to whom you

can appeal.

Ordinarily the Internal Revenae

Service has three years, from the
time- you file "your return in which
to charge you. additional tax. But

if you make a fraudulent -return,

or if. you fail to file a return, c

tion can be taken by the Internal
Revenue Service at an time to

collect the tax and penalties.

r ). i .. '.,

Except for farmers, April 15

1957, "-is", also the due date for filing'-

the Declaration of Estimated Tax

for 1957 (Form 1040-ES) and pay

ing the first installment of tax due
thereon. Farmers who expect to
receive at least two-thirds of, their

Tlt'.youget help from ?S;7

' Are VOU' one of thl tniiivm wha kitli.v. if k. .k. L.l-

f fm Jetamal; Rcrcnua people in-filling out hit return that there will
,'be no additional check made en ftrr income and deductions? v
It o, you will b interested in tbe following announcement
wo(jy the Commissioner ol Internal Revenue: i
',."There ia: no apeeial handling given returns prepared for taa-f
payers by our agents, or for those in which partial assistance hat
Seen given.v. Those returns are; In exactly the -tame status, at a te te-turrr
turrr te-turrr prepare? by any taxpayer in his own home.
' Tl, taxpayers, regardless of the circumstances under which
his returir was prepared, musf jtand full responsibility for rtt ac accuracy,,
curacy,, accuracy,, Taxpayers who have, received such of fieial assistance' should
be just as careful, to' retai. fjntncbl records .which-relate to 4beir
returns at any ether -taxpayers."

fr?8Smf.,5Llro!?l 'A'single individual (not the head

i ii: V '. "V ioo, oi a nousenoid or surviving spouse)
to iile. their first declaration.-' u required .to file Form 1040-E3

" ."' '-.'-: .,.

HARLOW, Englandt5 Feb. 25

(UP)--Edward Copas wa,s in jail

today on suspicion ' of house,
breaking because, he was too tidy,
police reported. yi

roiice said copas wiped nis feet

on a-' doormat j- before-; breaking
into, a houses k They said they
matched the mud left on the mat
with mud on the bottom- of Copas'-

trousers. in addition, tney said,-

they found bristles from the door

mat in the cuffs,. ". ;. a

Begging Seen Better Than Stealing;

A A Member Has Sentence Susi

A slight man in a torn shirt who
said he believed in. taking his fath

er s advice to beg before steal

ing" today was given a suspended

was dressed in dirty clpthes. When

tne policeman who was in civilian
ature, walked up the steps of the

Tivolithe said the man followed

sentence in Balboa Magistrate's )im asking for five cents.

Court on a charge of loitering; in

side the Tivolfc Guest House.

The' Panamanian defendant told

voli Saturday afternoon to look tr

two members of Alcoholics Anony

mous who sometimes lunch there.

He said he was an AA member

and needed, some help.
The policeman who testified in

the case said that he saw the le-

fendant first loitering around Un

On tbe 'stand today the defend

ant explained he always took' his

father's advice to beg instead of

the Judge that he went to the Til steal, and said that since he did

similar charge of intoxication. Helder the hotel and told him to bo a

was picked up in Balboa at 4:15. way. He noted there was a strong
on Feb. 22. I odor ol alcohol about the man who

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Clarion Call Goes Out In Search For US Executives

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not meet the AA members he
wanted to return to his -Rio Abajo
home but. found he had no chiya
fare? .
. 'I 'come from e" very honor honorable
able honorable family," he added, "and
would bring ne ahama M them.'
He said that rather than accost-'
ing a woman for th money, he
decieM te ask the man.
After filling a short recess dur dur-ing'whlch
ing'whlch dur-ing'whlch time he cheched with AA
members the" Judge suspended
imposition of the defendant's' sen.
tence and placed him on one
probation. His story had been ve verified.
rified. verified. "

in order to determine v-whthr

you musf file a Form 1040-ES on
April. 1$, follow whichever of the

two rules shown below is applic applicable:'
able:' applicable:' .- it
1. Jfi yotf'.BXDect Unrfirpivn in.

cbme of more than1 Sioo not snn-

jeci.io witnnoiding.i you mvit file

a xormuo4u-i& u your estimated
gross incdme exceeds $600 times
the n uim bar of exemptions to

wmcn you- are entitled, plus $400.
For' example, if' you expect -to

receive more man S100 f notistih.

ject tO' Withhold'.nr and entit.

ied to .four i exemptions, 'ypu ,must

uie a form, 1040-ES U yqur estn
mated gross income exceeds1 $2; $2;-800
800 $2;-800 C$600 X 5 -plus $40ffequals'$3r $40ffequals'$3r-800).
800). $40ffequals'$3r-800). ..
( 2. If you expect to receive income
of $100Krless which is not subject

m wnnowing; tne necessity ior filing-Form
'1040-ES depends on your
marital status and the-, amount bf
your estimatedVwages.. ,

if his total estimated eross income

exceeds $5,000. i y
' A married couple filiniT jointly
or t a i-erson enHtled to the status
Of head of-household or surviving
spouse is required to file an estu
mate if the estimated gross inee-m
is expected to exceed $10,000.
Husbands and wives who are not
entitled to file a Joint return or who
do not combine their income for
purposes of applying the above
rules under test 2 will betreated
as single individuals- who should
file if the' total estimated: gross in
come exceeds $3,000.-,
Don't forget to keep a copy ol
your completed "tax return and

Oeclarabon of Estimated Tax in
a safe place, Attach Jto yftur file
copy and figures or facts that will

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ROYAL BUSH Bounding up The ramrj of the plane in hurry,
up style, six-year-old Princess Anne edges Prince Charles, eight,"
In the race for the door in London. They were on hand to greet
theif parents. Queen Elizabeth and the "Duke of Edinbargh,
now1 designated as His. -Royal Highness, Prince Philip Giving
him that title was the Queen's first official act. upon their re return
turn return rom Portugal, f.-t-'-. -y ;

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almost secret-police, tab on Amer

ican inriuslrv frnm tnim In mtitm

NEW YORK (UP) Executives, Electronic machines quiver and
awake! Get those feet down off spit facts. Some 75,000 candidates
that desk. Take some benzedrine. and contacts among boss men are
or something A clarion is calling catalogued and IBM-carded,
loud and clear. j Te illustrate, a girl picked up
Ymi, too, can better yourself, la whopping stack of cards from
Dig this headline: "Good men, the "Marketing Executives" file,
hard to find for top-brass jobs."eacb card with 25 factors 0 aelec aelec-The
The aelec-The story says that in today's I tion built 1n. She Disced them into

expanding industry there's a "mad a card sortmg machtae just like

market" In executives

Story in hand, we loped over to
the firm of Handy Associate and

into the carefuUv upholstered.

the one you see oa the $64,000

question TV show.
At the press of a button, execu

tives came tumbling down like

deskiess office of John L Hrvtv,UvM rJ y 1.

'himelf. ttaixtr has ten man- into ilott mrkri tin nnA-ti MkV

hunting for 15 ears for rxecu tlTSOO ttS.OOO: and so oa imMo,

the

Demend Heavy

"over :5.000.'

Handy said on of the "reasons

butes as drive, responsibility, his overcoat, wearing an old-fash

ability to think, ability to get along foned atriped suit, with one seam

with people, plus an uneasyg feel

Ing that things could be done
better. Aa executive is interested
in end results and not bothered by
procedures and mechanics. i

.Well, night as weH take the bur.

by the horns. v -4 something or other. "Harrumnhht

"Look, Mr.- Handy." What if a Ahkwwkumf!? .1 Duhkumph owf

man luce me wita two ouuons ai ie pomted aut.

of his right shoe suffering gaposis,
but intelligent looking what if I

came in and said. I d like to be

consider ed as an executive?
What would you say?"

Handy seemed overcome by

Eden Takes To Bed

To Gel Over Fever

AtTCKLAND. New Zealand, feb.

Mi Shiver llixed

KING'S I.YNN. England, Feb.
25 (UPV Margaret Shufflebottom.

the nude target in an ax-and-knife

tnrowing; act, waa taking no

25 UP) Former British Pre "chances when she called off an

mier Mr Anthony tdea is Ukely open air show here last night

w remain u oea ior several aai uecause at began to snow,

after last week-end s recurrence, But Margaret wasn't worrying

of ma lever nis aociora aaia tav about being fait- ,i

finitely greater" thaa In pre-the bii bslies caliber, but now; day. r. i 1 11, 1 had shivered, I would

wotm war u cava. Handy has they're plows back some profiUl Reports that Eden had already, have lost my -'license," she

nnuuia in in mceauve nans ie rive uese'Deea Bospitauxea louowmg nis i expiaiaea.

(for increased demand was "the

I coming of mom ol small Iuikins

TVa atorV 111. nAA sTnrTeewt in fcaaaii-a ervsk ar4 atln, aW

Handy said. Tbe demand is "in-j they eouldut afford executives of

the last U years. Last year he .fellows mat tmeftti."

fiDed three presidencieit. on with'

a salary-plus-btwn of $9r. j wke SWevW Be

Tb liaafiy ellice keeps a weir,' He lists xaqulaua boeay atlri

tack of fever were authoritative-) Government regulations -permit
ly denied today. It was believed, women to pose publicly ia the
he might go to hospital shortly,; nude on condition they make no
however. v. i movements, -,.

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