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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" UNITED NATIONS, N. Y., ftb.27 (UPTh United
States lined up co-sponsor today "for a" dr'tft resolution
" that would provide for United Nations xontrol' of the Gaza
; ttrip- and Gulf of Aqaba. area.',, v"T ; :jt V
f, ;,The U.' S. hopet to' present the" resolutions, to the
, 1 general Assembly later today. ,,',. ' '"'
' 'tt The draft ww understood to carry a.carjsfully-vorded
'clause warning that the Assembly would-consider s'anc.
iions if Israel persisted In. Its' refusal, to quit- Egypt'. x

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Fcfal Crcsli CnVpr ;
llol Yet tocnl ;
Regarding Accldcnl
f canal Zone police nave talked
briefly with Albert Hackett; the
46-year-old 'Panamanian- who
Jias been In a hospital cell at
Gorgas since la Feb. 18 traffic
accident In which, his wife was
rTcilled. ., r.,
Policy have not as yet,' how however,
ever, however, been able to net any co
hereilt account from HacKett
' and are .awaitinsr his further re recovery
covery recovery before questioning hlm
-in more fletail. ,' '
I, Ti h. Mnnrtoif i i iii i nBvlne a
"possible fracture of two ribs, but
diagnosis is not ii. -i
, Tjrvion npovfr' sufficiently
..mi k. oioc(t m -the
, -hospital to the police, who plan)
to charee him with. Involuntary
manslaughter,. ( v,
t Hiswlfe. Wrs. Cecilia Hackett,
34, Panamanian was killed out out-v
v out-v ri?ht when- Hackett desptibed
,as drivlno- at 60 to 70 mnhlosj,
control, of his car? on ,i u
H,,Thwav tienr tne -no j
The 1951 student r. siuu
in s HrBlniee oiTii, ... u'nitu
rirt .over end and hit a banyan
! ii :
hrHacltU-ind'tC-rfl'--
clear. 'J. iio
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and woman, escaped erioul ln-
1ury. t i ' i
r -,i
Hackett had Just driven away
a ,. th. mr.m of a verv.itunor

-collision in Diablo J after the
1 owner of the car asked him to
S over to the side of th, road
. to discuss the matt f ccident
v H m hnt.tle of whls

key atethe seen; of the GalHard
x Highway crash. ;
Filinq 0I.Ch:rcJJ..
'Against Tracblir
Yail lnj-jry Result
, Piling- of a vthargegainst ,the
- driver of a true which ran otf the
Sy tl Road .near G.tun last last-Fo..4
Fo..4 last-Fo..4 hal been delayed. Canal
Zone police report, to await the
outcome ol Injuries to one of his
PeeTehVcle belonged to the Cl Cl-"ty
"ty Cl-"ty Of Colon, and its driver was O-
who -reportedly-fell, asleep, at Jhe
. th. nine oassengers,. six .were

hoipitaliaed, tnree tre sled for
rasions and released. -.
.r.' muiried were
ab-
so
red to Sa Fernando Clime. The
outcome of', bis injuries was w
Sou" lor a.Ume, Put it now ip ip-oears
oears ip-oears that he wUi recover.
vhe reporU of. his cond.Upn
' re in, charges wdl. be Wed a a-gainst
gainst a-gainst Gonitiei.. i .'
Body Of Drowned
RP Man Surfaces
In Madden Lake
The body of.Federico Quintero,
m u ,.r,,n wha drowned m
u'.H.n 1 ikr Si.rvdav rame
finger
urface last night m the finger
lake wbrre the accident occurred.
,,o.nrrl hr residents ot
the srea.
a ri-1 Zone policeman went to

the community early this morning City, Okla. crossed into the free
to complete investigation of t i e rsiem world today from Red Chi Chi-accident.
accident. Chi-accident. ITe body. was release Ba. -.
to rclativej. Jlawkini arrival into Hei
- Oiuntero drowned after he jump- Konz, British crown colony, en1-

l from a cayuco beire pidiiei
v. k.. Ki-ntVier-in-law. The dead
n. ki been dnrkisf seca all
day. police were toid.
- Jiimo For Jov
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C MXESTLLZ, CGs.. T b. 17- The Cr,rnee Red Crosi said yes yes-(VPj
(VPj yes-(VPj Former Vlayor F r a a t terdsy Hawkin would amre at I
Marwa claims be bat a cure bi'p.m. today. The V.S. Consulate
tfceuiriitiim. ;ad the Amrnran Bed Cros r-
Uartin Mid mhra a Brahms b,!l' reived a message from the Chinese

jumped a fence at a recent ca.Ve
aie sad hearied tor Kim, he u
for safety and r id himseil ban
s ftnrn a ra''rr.
"i r Keen ir-Hibled wi's
i- imtis since that 6tr," Xar

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Backers

asf
f U.& ambassador Henry Cabot
llcatwnttnd1 introduction- of the
measure to the General Assem Assembly
bly Assembly pending negotiations tp line
up co-sponsors.
fit.' T1" i m i
. U.S. sources said, IndU; Bra Bra-'
' Bra-' lit and Colombia were prepar prepared
ed prepared to co-sponsor the drft,
. whieh would follow the gfen--erai
lines of a fqur-point pro pro-tpram
tpram pro-tpram offered the Assrmjbly
yesterday by Canadian exter external
nal external affairs minister tester B.
Pearson.
$ The resolution breaks"; an
American silence-on the Middle
East that has lasted since -. last
Wednesday when President Els Elsenhower
enhower Elsenhower said- the United Nations
should exert pressure" on Is Israel
rael Israel if it refused to pull i its
troops out of the Gaza strip and
Aqaba -gulf area. 1 ?
i .1 ii tn '.n i "' I
ImergsnGy Item V
K m ". m J m M : '3, .. "ST : T ,'.
NU
AY GKCUi
AYgi!2d!3 Mondays
Al Ralnboy Coxnniy
As a convenience for residents
of the Xatin American commu communities
nities communities on the Atlantic side, ar-
' ranerements are- beinn
are' belns made to
have a. small
Rinhn r w, rvimmiassrv nnan
on .Mondays .with 25- emergency
ii. v, r
''-"e tb rlo'-i r'f',1 Camp
oiiy tueie is no-)
, ,'. i
ljn Uiis vicinity open eir. .the-; AV"
llantic alde...f ;
i The. emergency item section
bc in a corner of the J?ain-
dow (jity uommissarv near tne
cashier's cage; One .clerk will be
on duty in tlv store on Mondays
When the section Is onened in
about two weeks, according to
the announftement. by Commis Commissary
sary Commissary officials. i
Esurrc Discovers;
Fis!;:rr::nr FIsFi
. .-i. r : .. '.
Panama's jnain bait 1s "boun "bouncy
cy "bouncy and befringed," according to
n" article appearing Un the
March lssueof Esquir? jmsa jmsa-aine.,
aine., jmsa-aine., m an item entitled -"Blue
Moon Girls and Silver Martin,"
Esnuirji, notes: : i.
"Most .fishermeh'j,!; paradises
are noted for two k thins
scenery and fish. Thev seldom
come enuiDped with a larre and
diversified assortment of honrir
because where yon find a lotnf
fish, you do not also necessarily
find a lot of girls. Panama is the
weotlon. :
t also holds an nnnubllsd
nd. nofficlai i-coM for honV" honV"-tonks.
tonks. honV"-tonks. rin mills." dnne hns,
-brets. fani-houes nd kln kln-dre
dre kln-dre snots whre female 'rom 'rom-op"'onshtn
op"'onshtn 'rom-op"'onshtn la rhe r"'n alt
' Th rtir.". rfMcrfe pnmt
h'i for h'w4'1r '-r''1,
and nrlesnue Vn'- f t
hooe'e-coochje and str'p-tease
variety." ,
An: : rlcn Tiirncc ;l
leaves Red fMP
Er.!:r$ Frco YcrU
HONG KONG. Wednesday, Teb.
27 (UP) American turncoat Sam
ol D. Hawkins. 21, of Oklahoma
ed rr.ore than three years of self-
im rosea exue wan me commu-
nifti. v" -.
The former GI reached t b e
border two hours ahead of sched schedule
ule schedule and caught the British police
a?d VS. Consulate by aurprise.
lie crowed over at 11 a.m. -
tr-nf and relayed it to consulate,
a:' fia's. . j
Jim-ktns was the eighth nmn to
Tnrn t tse.wen ni ei zi frvrm-;
er ,orn war .pri,9nrf hv re-
f "M r"i'r ation. One of the 21,

Pan

id.ed ia Cfciisa. -. i

' "Id lAe people

v Wue?n Kosalia h ( ., ; ..
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t Avirf v oi ftv ROSALIA who will relgri over Panama's Carnival activities from her throne.
If Hot J El ?5Sama Saw the costume she. will wear at the Pollera Ball on Sunday uighU
Tr OueeS's enmbie represenS $5,000 worth of beauty $1,700 for1 trnfttopeefJOO for the
SleS and $3f or Jewelfy" .Rosalia will riot compete In the contest for handsomest pol4
poiieraana J A,Wi.r.V-.,f At. of rnet. for-her eminent domain. V : v , v i

lera --ene weai una1 gnbbciiua

; Carnival VKickoff 8 rS.m.
Saturday at. Stadium

Panama's ofHclal Carnival Queen Eosalla I will b crowned
Saturday nirht at the J. D. Arosemena (National) Stadium at a
IrarlrJ which will beein with a fireworks display at S 4'oclock,

Saturaav
j w ik. ....nittoii
parade pf Carniyal delegations
IOUOHCQ OT LU, V V. w
nal zone ana tne jnverwr, ,...,
The carnival will formally get!
underway at 12:30 p.m. Satur Saturday
day Saturday with the official welcome
of Queen Rosalia by the carrnV
val Junta. :
'The welcome will be followed
by- a session of the City council
In her honor and a cocktail par party
ty party in Hotel El Panama, where a
gala-dance will be held Saturday
night following the coronation.
Admission prices for the cor coronation
onation coronation have been set at 25
Mti foe lateral seats. $1 for
center seats and $2 for cnairs on
stadium field. 1
Tickets have been piaceo on
sale at several Panama City es-
tabllshments and will be avail
able at the stadium from 3 P--
Saturday. The stadium wm-oe
opened at 6 pin.
The coronation program m-
rlnde a ballet dance ry stu-
denta of the Natiopal School or
Dance and the slng)n 'of
Frankie Lymon and the Teen Teenagers.
agers. Teenagers. ...-
T
Fair Tests
nnOItT.U. T.H.. Feb. 37 (UP).
trnrtive women sppiicams nr
drivers license in the future will:

he on even footing with meir ies:rock

rnmplv sitrrs in EClUng passms
rrfM on drivinr trsts.
rm:v Po'ire Chief Art TahreT
Snpiuntea Mnmray ni F""'-
give te?U to women
arr:icBt-
. i;

know the truth and the

PANAMA, R. T., WEDNESDAY,
wuwv -. ----
Mveral musical numbers and a
.
ef Panama City; colon,, tne c-
..!.'., .. .
lymon & Teenagers
Recch 21 Islhmlan
Shows, Thai Ir
A total of 21- performances
have been scheduled for Frankie
Lymon and the Teenagers, who
n vrut4 to arriv her at
moon Friday. It was learned to-
iday. . ... fc
' ,.
I rankie's first appearance
r will be en Friday at tb Cen.
"tral Theater where he wEl w
two periormance i
f pjn. Ticaeta a i r wn
priiiraui ...
morrow.
.
Saturday night Frankie. and
. m -.rfnrm t
the coronation of carnival queen!

, , , , .1.1., Tl I I "' I

Rosalia Barraia in tne Ni'oaw!ra"cra "";

Stadium and will give three
HnuJ. at th Virerov dance oa-
- "
vilinn en Via KSDSfia.
' Four shows each on Sunday,
Monday s .i Tuesday of Carnl
the1
val are a so scneauiea ai
viceroy
toldo for the Teenaee
'n roll group currently
1e to packed hou at New
Paramount Th-rer.
nlavlru
York's Paramount Th"ater.
The Coln Arena will He
...
scene Ot tre next periormtr
..
tConlioBtd rag II)

country is safe?? 1 ibraham Lincoln.

FEBRUARY 31, 1957
n
-- , f s ... ..- .
, Marcelino Vega, 47, Panamanian
received a 10-day jail sentence to-
day alter he was found guilty in
Bamoa Magistrates. Court of be
ing in such a stale of intoxication
that he was unable to care for bis
own welfare and that of others.
Isais Oro, 32, Panamanian, paid
a o iuie tor navmg no onver u
cense,, plus 'another $3 for jB t t-ing
ing t-ing an unregistered vehicle.
Sidney t Oliver McNicholl, 56,
Panamanian, was fined $5 for driv
ing witt a ,-deiectiye emergency
Drake ..: ,.. ...
Imposition' of sentence was tus
pended for Demosteues Rodriguet
31, Panamaniaa, found guilty of
operating i, truck on a restricted
street.w.FU Amador, .t

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Juds Ccnch

Ony pufy.Wof; We Laid Scheme
' Kept Philip -Separate d From Queen

LONDON, Fwb. 27 '(UPl-rt uice
Philin. the
'said today
l"weQ-laid i
n.icu iiu. Xu
I . s-.
(the lour-monia r
nft rumors.

onh duty -and not a and the Archbishop of Canterbury.! Cmdr. Michael P a rker,
a;,". W him aeo-, "But I am afraid I have te ad-J name .figured totte press

M. ..M it .ouU have bee

e wme iun
honor by the Lord siayorot urn-
j -. C . 1! U'dlih ivtvwt ,-ur
nravonted tne Odcea from attend-
ine
SI
ing.
Pk f be tk of aP
e
Com ffion wealth
i through rrv
- a 'J'
l??t'.
irval visits and of
the
en!
ha and the Qifn
ether during their Feb

tfilt reunion in Fortufst.

i l w, , ', u i
- ur-v WM ,;j
. V... hee he
a deep-Uid acaeme, at
Prt
.aid
a
t;

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THE PULSE
RESIDENTS OF the Pruta. de
la Pava shanty town, located on
the 'Trans-isthmian Highway,
complained today that they are
about to be evicted by tractors
ordered in to clear the area lor
construction by the- American
Trade Development Co.
M spokesman for the shanty
town- residents said the govern government
ment government had guaranteed that no
shanty, town resident would, be
evicted until tne prooiem is sat satisfactorily
isfactorily satisfactorily solved, v :
The tabloid dally La 1' flora,
quoted Finance Minister .Ru .Ruben
ben .Ruben D. Carles as telling tbe
Panama Chamber of Com-)
merce that the public debt is
553,000,000, $40,000,000 domes-,
tic and ,$13,000,000 foreign.
; The Panama Municipal coun council
cil council has voted $600 to .send Ro
dolfo Velez, a little Panamanian
boy who is in danger of going
blind, to New York for treat-"
ment. v
The little boy was operated
upon for a malignant tumor in
one eye and is in danger of los losing
ing losing his sight complete. He will
enter the Presbyterian Hospital.
1 El Panama America report reported
ed reported yesterday' that there are 64
rotten, wooden v t e n e ment
buildings which have .been
. condemned but are Still occu occupied
pied occupied because tbey are still peo peopled
pled peopled with tenants who- ean't
find suitable housing at price
they can pay, i
. "rThe paper quotefd a Safety Of
fice spokesman wno saia some
of th houses have been con-
Idemned a unsala slnrajgi'V Jt
is estunatea inai some
families live In the 54 condemn
cu uuiiu.a-' w, t
Another reoort indicated that
balconies .which 'show signs of
collapsing during the Carnival
will be ordered repaired by tne
Safety Office in an effort to a
yeit catastrophe.,
Acting Health and Labor Min
later i Oavlno sierra Gutierrez
yesterday called on residents of
Panama City to eniorce sani
tary regulations In their own
homes to aid with the campaign
to rid the city of mosquito,
The acting minister told the
press that 30 mosoulto breeding
nlaees had been eliminated be
tween Feb. 18 and 23. ;
fiovernment offices 'n the ci
ty of colon remained closed to today
day today as the municipality observ observed
ed observed th. 105th anniversary of the
founding of the city; ; ;
' i i i 1 1 "i '.
Fracas Al
Beach VinHdlD In
Magislrale's Court :
Imposition of sentence wsfc sus
wended in .Balboa : Magistrate'
Court todaV for Sidney Thomas.
27. Panamanian, found guilty ? cf
having used force and violence on
the person of Ruby Smith at Hid
awav Beach.
. Thomas was put on probation!
after the battery conviction. The
probation is, for one year, en the
condition that he does not commit
-a similar offense or disturb the
complaining witness in any way.
The court was told the pair had
been former close friends. They
met at the beach and an argu argument
ment argument ensued. I
Thomas admitted having bit the
complainant once; she testmea a
was four times.'" '
the
audience which 1 n c 1 a d e d
-- ----- -.
"
Ke said it would have
easier to fly back and forth.
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tV ICII fHir CM Ui W T vmt Km
the Commeawalt si
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I -strengthened the close links" bsnTlve rengiau- aa. ce puai waay ny
(ween Crowa and people. to tha trfueen as ahead of trie. Cms ofU.e 5-Ut lt.
.T.KS. !, J-! Cburcb of j n.Undipp!p.nr t.-

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months almost to the y aner i
left home." he sal. "the Queea
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m j ...(V. w.
fore piBg a
auiia tviM i ua
ctmtry.
rkil;p rode
te the banquet ta a

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. WASHINGTON, .Feb27 (UP President
Eisenhower and French Premier Guy- Mollet hzmt -'
agreed to oppose proposed cuts in NATO force?, in
forrned sources said today. f , ','
-'- The sources said the two leaders agreed It is
necessary to maintain North Atlantic Treaty Or-"1
ganizatioh strength at oresent levels at. tluV.tinfe '"

because Russia continues to be as great a threat td
; eyer..' ; r , 1 ; v. v i ;
Europea n N.ATO members particularly Brit

am are unaer cunsiaeraoie pressure ai nome to cui;
their NATO commitments as a means of trimming

del ense -expenses.' ,v
The President and; Molletvto1 Molletvto1-day
day Molletvto1-day are having' a second' and
final round of their talks which
started yesterday. '
Mollet and French foreign
minister Christian Pineau met
earlier with Secretary of, State
John Foster Dulles. ., ,,
k Besidea tturrenf NATO- plans
for European economic inte-,
g ration, yesterday's talks oV"t,
i rered creation of an atomic en
erg'fi authwrlty- '-fa0-J,irrm-i
i-uratom) ; and the, Middle
East. V a '', t ,-t'S i I
Presidential1 nVess -" secretary.
James c. Hagerty said after
ward a good deal of agreement
was reacnea on proDisuja vmuw
than the Middle East, v
( j ., :---"i
He said: he could not elaborate
on. thk Middle East crisis.
- American officials said later
hnth th. itntted States and
France. are seeking a solution ti
Middle East problems witnout
resorting to U.N., sanctions a-
gainst Israel. -, 1
CZ Dri!l8r$.Prob8',
Gold Seeking
Gebfogical'EffecIs
Exploratory drilling on Gold H1U
on the east bank of Gaillard Cut
to determine geological data has
been under way for some weeks,
a Balboa Heights source confirm
ed today.-' v ' '.
The Canal' own force. Is per performing
forming performing the work to determine any
effect of the recent work at Con
tractor Hill on tne suosunace
condition of Gold Hill on me oppo opposite
site opposite bank. J y--The
Canal Company asked-for
hide on the work. That was last
Jul.- Th only offer received was
from the Tecon company, ana ww,
annai Hrd too hiffh. ;:
a th rima hid were asked, the
rni iuftd an information bulle
tin to shipping stating that there
m rwaiAn to believe the core
HWiHn wAoid interfere vnto me
movement of vessels er tne sai-
ty of ships. .
nia mnv.'lii make test borings
on Gold Hill, th Canal states at
that time, was in line wim i pv-
licy that "thorougn appraisal
thai tvnir an doui Slue ua
lard Cut has been continued.
limousine with
his close friend
secretary. W.
wnoae
reports
th four-month
Hcaute Tb-Tbad been seeing an "un
named woman,'
musb
Tharoval rift rumors
The royal
it w ktrBed
P-k h.. rcn-d havause he
. . . 1 J -Aaaa
eww! mow :
l w '
vorce ana noa w
pepon. inth. Reyal Court. J
, .pit, a i snnrvKB t v uuao
w,k4 .irlirhl at Parker as he'
"'"" r--
.help make his vyI aboard tne;

rayal yacht Britannia. auetas.,ta ica.

im cz:.
if X
K Bril:!.i Id Cut
.iDjfcnioFortej;;
-LONDON, Feb. "27 'fUPIV-Brili

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Russian

Continues
i ... f ' -.-. A

nsj -1
ever 1

aia intpnrf tm t"Uhett, ovet-iL.ajavw..

i?aSUL" aa Aine. tun a within
the next two years lo Verhmeiit
sources said today,, ,.,
A complete reorganization of (hi
military etur' aad the speeded m
troducUon. of Jates,f type weapons,
including missiles is to make ap
for the loss in manpower. ;
1 Proportionate eutt win be 'made
in Bntaias overseas commitments.
Britain is confident that her Eu.
ropean allies and NATO will -af-ter
, renewed consideration give
the green light for a one-third cut
also her ground and air forces ia
Germany, the sources said,
Pcrcnbb Ar;:
Ii
ToErneslilo
To Avert Tn'3:l!:n:5
An -urgent messareifis.s Ken
sent to president de la Guardia

oy ; an Argentine exile who
claims; that Immigration chief
Rogelia Garcia de paredea i
"suspiciously: ia te rested" in.
sending him back to Argentlnay

MigueL J. Manson Beltran-a
follower of former Argentina
dictator 'Juan D. Peron, says he
arrived here Jan. 27 in transit Uf
Guatemala after spending one
year and two daya as a refugee
in the Guatemalan Embassy In
Buenos Aires. :4
After making several attemnta
to be e-ranted political asylum
and later to be granted nerma-
rren tresldence atfer tsrodncing
contracts guaranteeing him
work In the nwSD".r and ra radio
dio radio business, in addition to a
contract to star during the" Car-
nival. Mnson sav he was told
by Garcia de pai-edeg at rmon
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io Tbt A4aR los it an Op" forum for raideri f Tht Panama Amaricari.
; UWaia Af wtW frattfully and ara, ria44 i a whatly MfMantial
fAAanar.
HI If yea cantributa a leftar aWt Jmsatiaa H Ir oa, appaar lha
jba aat 'ay. Lartan ara publiihtd la tka Anhr raceivad. v
.vr ; PIaam try la haap tha lattara limirad ta ena pa hnth.
!!: tdaatity af Mte wHrara i$ hald Jn-rletrt confidante.

-TIM aawapapar aatNinaa aa raapaniipniry tar araramanri or opiniom

Labor Mews
i -..,'1 . i.x.u i,. ;
(iomment

cpraaaad fa Mtar fram raadara.

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- THE MAM BOX

IT ISN'T C.I4. AFTER ALL

" I would like to 'cleaf up the air a little bit about tWa i problem
thai ,ltiSi been "raugbtj ..:tpgbt to the Mail Box about th soldiers
&terSobK lilt etscertainly, is'meibw'
thouJd get. the. attention of all parents. However. I think jhe
whole thin is, a misunderstanding. I beUeve the parsnts i who
have been upset aboute their dauKhters RoinK
have mad annlstak Seeing the boy in uniform he's immediate immediately
ly immediately marked down as a, aoldier, A.l
Tar from itf Haven't ybu noticed the i'cWldr en over at toe
HifSchool and College playing at soldier? -. OUrls. uniforms,
iverylhing, just like rear soldiers almost. At is hard to tell
them apart at a glance, so parents have been maklna : an honest
misteke when they don't recognize the boys. The uniform itself
will tell yott the fourrageres. d6uble fourrageres. medals and
Msorted decoration i oh most of them will distinguish the lads
"-looi forn'down on the cheeks, and check behind the earsT
Watch for white gloves and sabers. And look for a Balboa teen-

. hnM nir h1 hanrt Tneae mines will accu jruu

Jwmbirrasing.case of mistaken identity

Byvtinaer

SIX REARS ITS HEAD

Sir:

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t v,mv. rtvA.BASseMer.Hght sedan. When' I bought uus

from the' car agency, all the pW&JPVti
rv.l. ..,. atnrc with -thtf exeCDtlOn 01 I0UT-

Fdoor aedan,waa never placed on, nty license .receipt. J don
I know the reason.-' r ;;. '. '.' ';
f : :, rmhl i went for my hew license plate? forfthe year 1957 j
i ia t, r-Mint Had. fsix-passengev'.': typed on it. as i

fconnplated this the lady attendant said-Cinco incuent,
land I said Chico clncuento for what? v - -
I TwooUals for the plate and three fifty tax for the month

aTfr ll A. AkA !" .- 1 ""

By VICTOR RIESEL

That's what I like about the

muostney uon't ii&e no one to

nun the elus of uid ladies aua

bov iscom-g. iiiey don t want re

lauvea anu friends of tue OiQ and

Uie young snouid get hurt witn-

out warning. y
So tha ethar day thay give this
old laoy in : Louj hind oma-.
tnmg tar at. vaiantine i .Day.
'may call her, They rail nor ne ne-should
should ne-should toil har'ton thar if ha con con-tinua
tinua con-tinua a halp thir Sanato m m-vaitigattng
vaitigattng m-vaitigattng committee aomaUiing
bad wilf happen, to him. ,.,
. Certainly they frightened this
womanivnd sua oasuy tnfonnei

Jbr son, Antnony Jsicoie.ti, of bast

isiip, xAng jsiaad; t.

Nicolettl was financial secretary

of a carpenters Union weal there,

whose leader, toward Murtm,
was murderea m me union s heaa heaa-quarters
quarters heaa-quarters late lst year;
' Nicplettj has just resigned fromi
tin, union job and trom me iiui iiui-folk
folk iiui-folk County District council' of
Carpenters. There is no word now
on .whether he is still cooperating
with the Senate' seicct commit committee
tee committee probing labor 'racketeering.
j . .'. v. i-. .--
L,Tliat's the New York story. Now
for the Philadelphia story.
. The mobs' went after racket in inquiry
quiry inquiry witnesses there, too. 1'he ci city's
ty's city's District attorney, VicW Blanc.

reports that "many witnesses are
being bullied there and sex is no

bar. The mobs do not discrimin

ate. Jhey've pushed women a
round, too.

But they saved their ingenuity
for a Jack Boory. a Yellow Cab

dnver until recently. But there's
nothing yellow about Boory.
This hackie is .also a scoutmas scoutmaster.
ter. scoutmaster. He believes what he tells his
Scout troop and even the mob's
troops have been unable to shake
him. ., ..

"It's For ; Ybu-They Gotta Be gin Somewhere"

hftlr lightdans.' which' JnUuie
wve. rtff fH wnnnlai''lnw.TlrirAri cars. X- f" .,

t rnm tn f the ACven-nassenEer r sedan, with .two extra

; aeaU which can be folded in a fadeaway "form Just behind the

t: r. Hilt iMM U noucn uuoe aa a bia-uiwhbiiuci

aameona has ecmeunWith .this phanton deKription of 'mjarfl

j;. Isn't the ; municipal ;lksnce section satisfied witn .me .extrav

aoiiar it eoueeta eaen year irom eacn cw.ownit iw aupUw

? license plate which we haven't ?eceryed since 1854? ..
It',' lT nri't thlnt I am tha onlv one td be bilked in this fash-

f ion: -Almost all Canal Zona workers living In Panama are pay-

t-fjng $s.o per month for the tame type'f car that non-qanal

Sedanetta

DRIVING LIKE THE. DIABLO

Str:

Drtvera of vehicles emerging from tha Diablo Clubhouse to

enter walker Avenue appear to Be a law oniy unto inemacirciw
Evidently 'they cannot conceive of a car laving Walker Avenue
iot the Durnose of entering Mdrrison Street.

They ome barreling out of the clubhouse drive :and eome

to a halt straddled across the ..middle of Morrison Street's begin beginning,
ning, beginning, thus effectively blocking entrance to anyone not headed
for the greasy spoon. t,
There ara two simple -solutions to this situation although
a third, mayhem, Is my preference.
One la to make entrance to the clubhouse one way, forcing
exiting ears to depart via the rear onto Parsons Street.
Another would be to paint white lines, such aa those prov proving
ing proving so effective, near the Balboa Clubhouse and in Aaeon, with
aa ample are marked "keep clear" -for the benefit .of those
iong-euffering souls who would like to enter the Morrison Street
area without benefit of barricade.
Tired Of Waitiag.

Not- too lone a eo Bnorv wnntiwl

to walk, into a coffee shop. There
was a picket line. It was placed

mere, oy a Hotel and Restaurant
...l ar i . ..

rvoTKers union local wmcn the .1

A. : says is led by stronearm men

Boory walked throuch it Th

mob threatened him. There were

two other threats against his life,
Boory ; rtn6rted the- threats to

the D.A and the Senate probers

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Counter Punch
Bv BOB. RUARK

For many years I haver taken a

critical kicKing for my attachment

to the British people Anglophile,

1 believe it's called. But this whole

business of Sues has changed the

Angiopniio to AngiopnoDe.

l read an issue oi the English

magazine Punch, the other day,
which contained, the filthiest piece

of low-blow writing I have even

seen in rrmtv

One is in ja'l on a perjury charge Britain's international chestnuts
based on a technicality Involving out of the fire.
the use of th word "I" instead of. I would mention that their ted-

We."

I would mention that the insti instigator
gator instigator of Mau Mau Jomo.Kenyat-

ta, was defended, by a Mr. Pntt,

w. c, wno aiso aeienoed the com'
mumst Eisler.

www iiictiuuis Miat uic (.ivfuuics
in Cyprus go on and on, with murd-

vnt.inn in rtntk . T mlnMtlA lilr. a

- ...... u f MM.,. IUWU1U VW
Seou meetings. A six-footer wait Tnake a few retaliatory points. : i
ed Kutside. He asked one of Boory's Not to long ago in Kenya an ex-

oluuw cummuiea men a ne unev

the hackle. Then the goon handed

Boory's -friend; an. envelope, to del

The entire magazine was devoUl er piled on murder,

ed to an attack on 'America that' I would mention that India was

neither the Russians nor Germans lost and what used to be an empire
could match in a state of war; ) now an 'island. v
Somewhat les .wittilv th an .Id, the ..same vein as mich T

Punch and certainly with" more de- would remind the readers that

iver to the scoutmaster;

In it' i

patriate Britisher condescendingly!

Winston Churchill's son Randolph
is an international joke,, and that
Eddie the Duke of Kent is little
better than a juvenile delinauent.

mentioned that the '' Yanks were 1 would mention that their kine-

jolly good people, if a trifle crude, emperor quit his throne in the
but what thav rsllv niHui bared teeth of'a war nctansihlv tnr

Was. k Sheet Of 1aner. Mvihiatorv. r- la woman ha JnvArf j aKrf inu,ii.

picture was pasted on it.- Under it L I seldom, ouote, myself, butthai the lady's dogs outside a New York

tTJ5 S"? WPPai(reply waa : ..f An: Vm..M wex'liay!11.?"''' ahe-eaa: r'th towa

, "'i, uuie. me iiimorj oi XBOCKing you people wiui ner cuums. v f ;
literary; gems, such as, "Watcl'off twice in the last 200 veara an!1 It's rude to mention money, hut

your atep. you can t run away have more or lesr pulled you out American taxes have made it pos-

4 b I oi Any major war .you got mixes w joiimub w uve awce n o
. SCOUtmanff" Hnnrv nr ntoH tl;-. t .1.. v.- t ... . .1... -j

gory threat, by time. Vl Sni
teSJ5 abXrouT:e 2Jt

i a ??od you taara. took the armed might of Britaini

H Zr f..V'.ra' W1W nevy inoesiur years to whip .a handful of
vJSifh-u,. ,i V screaming savages in Kenyajand

"1

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y s)RW PIAISOM

' WASHINGTON The public has

not been entirely aware of it, but

secretary Dulles Middle East po policies
licies policies have- wavered v back and

forth so much during the oast

weeks that both diplomats and

Senators are not quite sure 1 just

wnere tney are.

i 1 i

Here is a chronoloeical record of

wnat nas nanoened in : the bark.

stage jockeying over whether to

impose or not to impose sanctions.

I. On Monday. Feb. IT w Secre

tary Dulles attended what is call

ed a "backgrounder" a special,

private conlerence with' select

newsmen, this one at the home of

a prominent Washington publisher.

ncie ie uuiujivu iiaiencao willing willingness
ness willingness to support the principle of

ireeaom of Israeli a h 1 n n 1 n a

through the Gulf of Aqaba. He in

dicated i tnat the united States
would undertake to support this
principle if it were violated by E-

gyti.r

support for freedom of navigation1
through the GuU of Aqaba would
mean nothing more than submis submission
sion submission of the matter to the World
Court." - j i
. They. had come a long way from
the apparent strong promises'
made by Secretary Dulles four
days earlier.
i That's why "foreiM din)nmfa 1

and Senators have been wa r

much at sea as to what, tha F.L.

senhower administration does or
does not. mean to do in the Near

East.

PAN AM EYES AIR ROUTE
' ' I r
ADDointmenr. nf Tjvii. Jl

of Miami to the Civil Aeronautics
Board is expected to tip the
scales in favor, of Pan .American
World Airways and its lone-tim

yearning to crash s the lucraUve
domestic market.

Hector, an alleged Democrat who

voted twice for Eisenhower ,, and

wno, says ne xioesn t know any-

Alia an Monday. Fob. If. thine about aeronanfiea Aynr "aa

though earlier in the day, Dullea a paying passenger," was recomt
delivered a formal note to the Is.' mended and hand-nicked bv San.

raeli Government reportedly giv- George Smathers of Florida,- who
ing it the same general assurance like Hector was pretty close to

on free shipping, x

J. On Tuesday, Feb. 12, the Is

raeli Embassy, reading the news-

papers, noieo. me "oaexgrouna"
story which had come direct from

Secretary Dulles, though he was

not quoted., ".

, These news accounts indicated

greater shipping guarantees than
the. official note handed the Em

bassy, so Israeli officials promptly
re-resd their note to see if they
had interpreted it correctly r

Their first reading was correct.

The rote did not go as far as the

promises reported Dy tne press
regarding free navigation through

Aqaoa.

v.

dy boys are as sad a bunch of spivs
as ever wore stovepipe pants and
toted switchblades, and that their
theatrical world is almost entirely

dominated by homosexuals, some catf consumption.

This can also be said to apply ml

some measure to, the Boy scouts
and parts of the armed forces, if

court records can be believed.

As murderers the British are as

colorful or more so than any peo people
ple people I know, as witness the late Mr.

Christie and this current doctor

who seems to have helped sever

al people into lasting peace.

A people that worships the brus brus-sela
sela brus-sela sorout and thinks treacle Bud

ding is a treat can't be all good.

Mind you. I don't really believe

all these things.

But I was trying to break a tral

for the editors of Punch and 'the
barroom -ebatens to inspect th'j'r,
own fanlt and leave off bimm.'
ing us for not participating in a war

with Egypt,' a war wnicn naa vs
much a surprise attack as any-

Israeli diplomats thereupon eon-

eluded that either the press had
misunderstood Dulles, or else Dul

les was talking for local Amen-

In other words, he may have

being an Eisenhower Democrat in

1952. Ha refused to make any
speeches for Stevenson.
Significantly, Senator Smathers
Miami law firm, Smathers, Thomp.
son and, Dyer,- is the legal repre.
sentative for Pan American World
Airways. Naturally he has been a
consistent friend of Pan Am.
; The domestic route Pan Ameri American
can American would most like to cut into is
the one between New, York ; and
Miami. .-., . i
- Last year Pan .'American tried
to break into this market, but lost
when the CAB voted 3 to 2 to let
Northeast Airlines establish an aria

ditional New York-Miami route.

.Odds are strong in aeronautical

circles that once Hector' gets on
k. Pin 41 .:n 1 7 .

vuc v-na, mo voting wui oe revers-

ea, ana ran Am win luiaiiy get a
lush hcense to operate a domestie
air route from New York to Sen-
ator Smathers' home town.

President Eisenhower has final- v

Sromised. more freedom of naviga-ily yielded to Bonn's hints that
on in his background Conference Chancellor Adenauer be invited to
with the American press in order, Washington. Adenauer will come

to both appease entical Congress-in late May to offset the political
men and put Israel in 'a position! advantage given his mam election

where she had to accept his Com Compromise.
promise. Compromise. ,

4.' On. Tuesday, Fab. 11, mean

while; King Saud, returning Kfrom
a' happy meeting in Washington,
read with 'consternation in Madrid

that) the USA was promising free

navigation inrougnAqaoa.

came a third-class power, and thing Hitler or the Russians aid

certainly American lives plus mon- and which they couldn't win when

ey have been devoted to hauling, they started t.

whole

tors.

story to Senate investiga-

MORE ABOUT 'SALESaIAN'

Bir:

There are those who disagree with the review of the Thea Theatre
tre Theatre Guild's presentation of "Death of a Salesman.,"- I'm one. I
feel that the part of Happy, aa portrayed by Charles Walsh, was
not given the credit due.
It is not a small, secondary part nor an easy one. Many
others also feel that Charles' acting was much more than com competent.
petent. competent. He acts with the smoothness of a professional, yet with
a xett all his own. He adds vitality and strength to the whole
Play.
Kathy Wilbur, as Linda, does a brilliant and verv much he-

netable portrayal. Her "light, fresh voice" and "delightful per per-eonattty"
eonattty" per-eonattty" add much more thmn they could possibly detract. Not
j au women In their fifties act worn, stiff and old.

i am in staunch agreement with the reviewer in regard to
laa Worcester, as Willy, and John Amiaton, as Biff. The scenes
;they play together are especially outstanding.
-M.T.

- PAIliUlERICAH HI VESn-iEIIT CO., HiC
NOTICE OF MEETING OF STOCKHOLDERS
'' . .
, Ifotlce Is herebr given that the meeting, designated for
T February a, mt In Medellin, Colombia, of the aharehold aharehold-:
: aharehold-: era of Panamerican Investment Co, Inc., haa been poet poet-r
r poet-r poneer untu March 15. mt. On that date the meeting will
be held In the offices of the Company. Aventda de los U U-.bera
.bera U-.bera tores con Calle Colorabja, Medeilin. Colombia, at 10:00
; .f'oek tn the forenoon, for the purpose of: 1 eonflrmlnc
: the election of the offlrm of the Corporation for the past
year: examination of the Corporation's balance aheetfor
; past year and. ft found to be in order, approVal there there-,
, there-, 2i: 1 rv.eivt and eonsider a report of the acts of the
; rwreetora, efticrs end msnafrraent of the Corporation dnr-
Injt the past year and tf .found to-be tn order, to approve
siith acts: k to consider and art upon an eh other ImalnAca
as may troperly be brought befprt the meeting.
' 1 .'.WeeW 17. lUtesi ''- '..

8retsJy-Trf-A, rr-

The gooni had threatened to
blind him. They had threatened
to Nave him into tha riVer. Does
It aound melodr a m a 1 1 c? It's
trva.
According ta the crusadine "Phi.

ladelphia Inquirer, the boys are

reacmng ior Dig stakes. 1
The paper estimates that there

are 100,000 potential members in

the held the mob's trying to crack

wnicn wcuid give it 11,000,000 in
initiation fees and $300,000 a month

in dues. Not a bad business if you
can get it, Car 't say they're not

trying. x
Across the land, the story, is
much the same, as the Senate com committee
mittee committee prepares to put some 12 wit witnesses
nesses witnesses on the stand when it opens

its doors on public hearings.

There will be reports or a union

whieh ran a viee-nng in Portland,
Ore. ';--!

There are Teamsters in this

vrce-rmg, which was heaved into
the public spotlight by another

crusading paper. 'The oregoman.

Yet no action was taken by Team Teamsters
sters Teamsters Union president Dave Beck.
In fact, the Senate committee has

no direct word from Beck, at all
about anything. Neither on Port'
land, nor on records needed by the
Senate committee.
From Portland's sin ring, the
committee will. turn towards New
York and then out again to the
West Coast, according to pre present
sent present plans.
Everywhere they go they expect
to ran into tha great curtain of
silence, the Fifth Amendment,
But somebody should tell the
boys who Just love "Tha Fifth,''
that it also states that no person
shall be "deprived of life, liberty
or property without due process
of law' And they are sot the law.

forts of. the colonials;

I would mention that the English
War Ministry dispatched a battle battleship
ship battleship to Mombasa when the fighting
was taking place In the mountains

400 miles away from the coast

I would mention that the British
would not declare a state of war in

Kenya for cynically practical rea

sons, and at least four good men
r know are serving long jail terms

for being brutal to the. Mau Mau.

lay f

r
.-.-i ; r1 : Via.

should have) snt ir by Pan Amerie.6n

Fonameii 1 Street New & Tel 24676, Colo Solos R!dn, Tel. 1097.

n-tsm-err

n.a.te.AA.a.

It happens that Saudi h Arabia'

owns the little islands au the

mouth of Aqaba, also the shpre on
the esst side of the gulf.; and the

King promptly got off a hot eableJ

gram to his Embassy m Washing-!

too.. This was later delivered to

the .White House.

It. protested the President's fail

ure to discuss this matter wit h

Saud. .''fe'j :; :.. i.

v'5. 'I--;.,
Secretary Dulles had discussed

the ; idea, of keeping Egyptian

troops off these islands in the fu

ture,-but the King' made It clear
that he had ho Idea the U n 1 1 e d
States was goto aa far as it did.

He felt that Eisenhower had been
holding out. on him, ' ; y i : j
I. On Wednesday, Feb. 14, the'

valentine delivered by cable from
King Saud began to register at
the State Department. It also be began
gan began to send shivers down the spin

al columns of American d i p 1 o-

mats. Tbcy feared all the Wash Wash-in
in Wash-in ct on mlssionarv work with King

' Saud might be undone. The Arab.
,J X .

wona migni pe aniagonuea. r
oV By Thursday Feb. IS, State
Department officials were putting

out the idea that the American1

rival, Erich Ollenhauer, who has
just, been in the USA. '.The Polit Politburo
buro Politburo has decided that East Ger Germany
many Germany is now the most daneerous

threat to the unity of the Commu.

nisi empire even more se than

Hungary. ;. ... ....

At a' secret meatihav the Kram. i

lin leader reportedly decided, coiy"
cessions must -. be jnade to tit

ast Germans "ttv keep itaem from-'!

expioomg to a revolt tar bloofyr -;
than in Hungary.-'Y'--:,'
More crack Soviet Army .divi .divisions
sions .divisions will be sent into the. esst
tone. f:. Ambassador Henry Cabot
Lodge' is tired of his Job at the
U.N. and has asked the White

House to find him another.

Lodge has his eve on 'the De

fense Department as successor to

Secretary Wilson, but Ike has an
other possibility in mind Gener-
al Gruenther, the man he. wants
to build up eventually for the -White
House. v Hungarian Reds
are frantically trying to figure out
what to do about the brave Hun
garian children who were suppos
A baa ffv tn at f aArkivfvin at f aaj!

but who fought bitterly : against
Soviet tanks despite that iadoctri-
nation. 1 ','- T '.
-' School-teachers have been sum sum-ure
ure sum-ure out how to deal with the
"eounler revolutionary behavior"
ot, children. 7." '.'
The Red! 'msy end up taking x
them away from their parnts ande
them away from their parents and
letting the state raise them.-

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THE SUNDAY AMERICAN

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v MSGT. HERBERT J. ORR, 5700th Materiel fiquadrbn is shown
teceiving his Certificate of Appointment to permanent Master
. sergeant from Col.' Edwin M. Ramage," commander, Albrook
Air Force Base. -Orr with over 23 years of continual military
service received the first certificate issued by the 5700th Air
i' Base Group. He Is the most senior non-commissioned officer
of the organization." AU NCOs In the. Air Force are receiving
. the certificate which announces their permanent regular Air
Force grade. (Official USAF Photo) '
Ve i '
Top Jet Fighter At Pensacola
To Be Given Britannia Trophy

NEW YORK, Feb. 27 (BIS) (BIS)-A
A (BIS)-A solid silver model of a British
Vampire jet fighter the type lat later
er later adapted for use as a carrier
,"iplahe by the -Royal Navy Fleet Air
' Arm will be presented to the U.
S. Air Command at Pensacola Na Navy
vy Navy Base this week.)
Designed to commemorate the
T now-ended scheme for trai n n g
British Fleet Air Arm pilots in the
U.S. Naval Air Training Com Com-miui
miui Com-miui tVio trnnhv will be Dresent-

! ed annually to the best jet fighter
student.
Vice-Adm.' R. F. Elkins, C. B.,
C. V 0 0 B E-, will make the pre presentation
sentation presentation on behalf of the British
- Admiralty. Vice-Admiral Elkins is
The Admiral, British Joint Serv Services
ices Services Mission, Washington, D.C, 'Ac 'Accompanying
companying 'Accompanying him will be Rear Ad-
' miral C L.G. Evans, C B E D S 0.
D. S-C.,'Flag Officer, Flying Train Training,
ing, Training, who Is tit this country on an oU
ficial' visit.
. Tha trophy, t be known at
the "Britannia Trophy," will bt
- rtctivtd byViee-Admiral Arthur
' K. Doylo, U.S.N. Chief of Naval
. Air Training;
. t Themodel Vampire is mounted
on a black plinth upon which is a
t ailver plate engraved with the fol fol-"
" fol-" lowing inscription:
Royal .Navy v Vampire Jet Fighter
A model of the aircraft wluch
i landed on, H. M.S. OCEAN ia
a December 1945 and thug -perform ;
ed the first scheduled? jet deck
landing in the world.
:: Presented by the tords Com Com-missioners
missioners Com-missioners of the Admiralty- in
- grateful acknowledgement of the
assistance rendered by the U U-v
v U-v nited States Navy in training
JJrmsh Naval pilots.
( 1952 1956
: Dunngrthe Korean war the fear
'. that the conflict might develop in into
to into World "War lit made it neces necessary
sary necessary for the Royal Navy to train
a large number of extra pilots.
This was difficult since, normally,
the Royal Air: Force carries out
this task and it would have been
necessary to open up new facili

ties in the United Kingdom for the
purpose.
...
Tha U.S.N. howovtr, hid In.
being such a vast training
schema that extra number of
British students could easily be be-absorbed
absorbed be-absorbed into the existing or
ganixation and could bo Paid for
out of funds already allocated
for mutual assistance. 1
When the Korean war ended; it
was decided that British students
already committed to the training
scheme should complete thejr
courses but that there was no re requirement
quirement requirement for additional numbers.
The last of 258 British students
left Corpus Chnsti Nov. 30, 1956.

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HOLLYWOOD ., (NEA) Holly-

woou Uficensureu; opper pune
wuouie 'auiitug xiollywuuu s veter

an leading meu nuu '"iiayuiy in

tue tueiu s new crop oi jouns

aciors tanued on the oarDecue spu
touay wiu)' -a young acuess uatu;u

uiauiie": rosier aotng tne basung.

way, told cwJrM'Ous Vur

nne, rhere isn l a neminy. loan

ing aicep. wiiniii pnviiiy ,iaiice

in. Honywood today. Young mo-

v inucieiniv iiave ceased iO ex exist
ist exist no irte virne efies or yener yener-year
year yener-year are ceginnig to croak."

iDianne : claias she's heard

young ians cumpiain tnat ':uie on on-ly
ly on-ly Duunce suu m : eviuence amoug
some ot these ovei-age uesiroyeis
is upper piate wooDie."

NO; y6u CAN'T write off Di-

anne's opinions aa just tue piain-

ermgs oj; auoyier huoiesceni. one

oareiy snaaes voung age uui uas
been in snow business, since she
was 13. Right now' sne's Dowing
into stardom opposite Jimmy tstew tstew-arC
arC tstew-arC in "Night rassage" ana in Co Columbia's
lumbia's Columbia's 'ihe Brpthers Rico,": fol following
lowing following a top performance with
Burt Lancaster in "Ihe Kentuc-

kian.

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'Youn2 actors-with' moonstruck

looks have got to go,? Dianne con continued,
tinued, continued, "because they appear much

more in eed of a motner's love
than the attentions of a good wom woman
an woman nearer their own age."

Then she mused softly, "Maybe

there'S a connection between boys
who look like they need mother mothering
ing mothering and feminine players with

motherly looks.

But Dianne was more outspok

en summing up the situation as
she sees it:

"Ten handsome truck drivers

who could take direction and re remember
member remember 20 words of dialog at a
time could bring movies back to
their golden era she told me.

"Why, the way things are going

with movie fights you could do

more damage w th a feather dust

er."

Return To School
Fails To Depress
8-Year-Old Prince
LONDON, Feb. 27 (UP)-Prlnce
Charles, 8, returned to school to today,
day, today, after a, three weeks absence
because of tonsillitis and a Buckingham-
Palace spokesman said
"He couldn't get. back -quickly
enough."

. A. .nkAnl .;int k-U. JUln. J..ni

plan any? special ; cramming- for
him.- Young boys of his age are
always away with one thing or
another. They soon catch up."
Mute Question
LONDON; Feb. 27 (UP)-A mar married
ried married couple who have lived in the i
same house for nine yeras wilh-i
out talking to c ch. other were re-1
fused a divorce yesterday by a i
judge. j
The court held that neither!
Francis Houghlon, nor his wife, I

Joyce, hatl proved counter-charges
of cruelty. ;

DIANNE, BROWN-EYED and

chestnut haired, was the pride
of Edmonton, Canada, before her

Hollywood discovB,',: one w as
born there, and made her stage
debut there, at 13,' as Maggie in
Sir Jame Barrie's "What Every

woman Knows," tor the Victoria
Drama Society. j
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At 14, sho started a radio ca career
reer career in Edmonton and i liter be be-cme
cme be-cme ono of Canada's topi radio
stars when sho moved to loronto.
While acting in radio,' sho also
served as writer-producer direc director
tor director for the Hudson's Bay' Compa Company
ny Company program, as wall at function functioning
ing functioning at fashion -coordinator for the
soma company, 'y .v; ..,'.'.
Hollywood called "Diannei after
she appeared in "The Hollow" and
in "Otnello" on the London stage.

Vital" Links In Worlcl Defensive Chain
ContribCited By' British Commonwealth

HOLLYWOODITES ARE talking
about: Ava Gardner's one-time
boy friend, bullfighter Mario Ca Ca-bre,
bre, Ca-bre, working as cruise director on

an around the world Argentine lux

ury liner. . .Anna Maria Alber Alber-ghetti's
ghetti's Alber-ghetti's sister, 16-year-old Carla,
joining her new Las Vegas night
club act. She's also a war.ble. .
Lola Albright -and estranged hub hubby
by hubby Jack Carson working on ad

joining sound stages at Universal

. . That blonde movie cutie
who dresses, she, says, to "express
myself." Judging byjaer decollete,
apparently she hasn't much to
say. . Liz Taylor beco"ming an
aunt for the second time in April.
Her brother, Howard, and his wife
have the stork date.'

Tab Hunter recording a com complete
plete complete album to cash in on the o-ver-the-milhon-mark
sales of his
first record. "Young Love." .

Errol Flynn changing his mind a-

bout living in New York. He'U a
gain call Hollywood his perma permanent
nent permanent home.

Rita Moreno's return to Holly

wood from Japan following a To

kyo rendezvous with Marlon Bran Brando.
do. Brando. But she told reporters who
met her at the airport:
"t want that man's name out of
my life. I'm happy all by myself."

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LONDON. Feb. .27 (UP) The

defense of the free world as well

as the defense, of the British Com

monwealth entails the world-wide
control of sea and air 'communi 'communications.
cations. 'communications. This, in turn, required the
strategic mobility of naval and air

forces, a mobility -which depends
on a world-wide chain of bases,'
operational headquarters and ra radio
dio radio stations. The defense plans of
NATO and the -defensive arrange arrangements
ments arrangements of SEATO and the Baghdad
Pact are all based on the assump assumption
tion assumption that-the free, world will con continue
tinue continue to have these facilities.
In this matter, the J3 r 1 1 i a h
Commonwealth makes a vital con contribution
tribution contribution to the defense of the
free world since it is able to oper operate
ate operate naval and air forces in all the
sea areas of the world vy virtue
of its bases: at Gibraltar, Malta,
Cyprus, Aden,1 Trincomali, Singa Singapore
pore Singapore and Hong Kong on the route
to the Far East; at Its base faci facilities
lities facilities in the West Indies and at
the Falkland Islands for the north
and south Atlantic1; and at bases
in Australia and New Zealand for
the' South Pacific. :
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The now Government of Ceylon
has mad It plear that if Britain
were to be' involve In hostilities
in which Ceylon Is not involved,
the naval, air and radio facili facilities
ties facilities at present enjoyed by Brit Britain
ain Britain in Ceylon would be denied
her. Trincomali Is a fuelling de depot,
pot, depot, storage ban and anchorage
so far as the Navy Is concerned,

and its denial would enhance J

the value of other naval facili facilities
ties facilities in the Indian Ocean, such as
those at Aden and.. Mombasa,
and the anchorage at Aldu A A-toll
toll A-toll in the Maldives.
Where the Royal Air Force is
concerned, however, it is necessa necessary,
ry, necessary, with the present range of trans transport
port transport aircraft, to establish staging
facilities alternative to those at
Ceylon; and as a strategic precau precaution,
tion, precaution, the British Government has
decided to re-establish the air

field which was constructed in the
Maldive Islands during the last

war.
There is no question' of building
up an Air Force base in the Mal

dives from which strategic opera

tions could be conducted; the in intention
tention intention is only to provide facilities
for refuelling, servicing and emer emergency
gency emergency .aircraft repairs. With the
establishment of this airfield,' air
communications with the Far East
would only be increased by some something
thing something under 300 miles; while for
long-range aircraft such as the
Britannia, the Maldive airfield will
provide a new and shorter route

to Australia.
There are limitations on. direct
radio communication' between the
United Kingdom, the Far.East
and-Australia which' are at pres

ent overcome by the existence of

the radio link in Ceylon," as in
the case of the air facilities, there therefore,
fore, therefore, the British Government is
establishing wireless facilities in
the Maldives.
The free world by its unity and
determination and by building up
its military strength has so far
been able to block the advance of
Communism in Western Europe,
in Korea, in the Western Pacific
and, recently, by the action taken
by Britain' and France, in the Mid Middle
dle Middle East.
In tbe Middle East there is. a
power vacuum, and (the defense
of the area against a full scale at.

tack by Soviet Russia would re
auire full scale land, air and na

val defense by the free world. To
be fully effective, the defense of
the Middle east demands the ex existence
istence existence of a supply and repair

base similar to the British base in
Egypt which the' Egyptian Gov Government
ernment Government states It has destroyed.
In the circumstances, the British
base in Cyprus, -always available

to the free world, is of the utmost

importance to Middle East de defense,
fense, defense, and, therefore, to the de defense
fense defense of Western Europe..
Soviet Russia with her central
- position and hugo, fully-moboiix-ed
land and air forces is vurtual-
. ly unassailable, except by the
strategic air power of the fro
Wolld. Russia has great milita military
ry military superiority over Western Eu Eu-ropo
ropo Eu-ropo bufcjis deterred from at attempting
tempting attempting 'to use it by vtho fear
of counter attack -with nuclear
weapons. For, where the possibi possibility
lity possibility of nuclear war arises, the
advantage at the present time
lies with the free world.
- Not only is the strategic air pow power
er power and stock-pile of nuclear wea weapons
pons weapons of the free world greater than
those of Soviet Russia but t h e 1 r
strong naval forces, : capable qf
contributing to' strategic bombing
and of counter attacking from ev every
ery every point on the compass, -would
confront Soviet Russia with an
immense air defense problem.
It must 'be accepted as. almost
certain that Russia will steadily
close the gap of nuclear strength
as compared with the free world.
As Russia's nuclear power Increas Increases,
es, Increases, therefore, the control of t h e

sea bv the free world will become

more and more important, aoviei
Russia's immense and growing

submarine fleet is clearly intend

ed to dispute the control of the

sea;' and the free world will only

retain that control by maintaining
its naval superiority and, its world

wide chain of naval ami' air has

Accountant Meeting
Slated For March ?

Ballots have been mailed to all

members of the Federal Govern

ment Accountants Association to
vote for officers' and directors of
the organization io erve through

June 30, 1958:
'At a meeting called for Thurs
day evening, March 7, at the Ti

voli ball room, the results of the

voting will be announced and the
officers will be installed.
Later In March, the Canal Zone
Chapter will formally receive its

charter from national headquar

ters in a presentation ceremony
at a dinner meeting of the mem membership.
bership. membership. The nominating' committee for
the elections was A. J. O'Leary,
chairman; W. J. Ambrose, M. L.
McGroarty, V. Lynch, and W. A.
Wichmann.

Tubs Of Lies
Red Papet HowIsv
LONDON Feb. 17 (UP) !Ttis
Soviet youth newspaper Konrso Konrso-molskaya
molskaya Konrso-molskaya Pravda today de denounced.
nounced. denounced. French newsman Jean
Pierre Pedrazzini for his descrip description
tion description of a trip through Russia'last
summer.
It accused Pedrazzlnf aiuf Da
minique 'Lapierre of 'the weeWy
Paris Match of writing "tubs of
lies."
The article did not mention" tha
fact that Pedrszzini was shot and
killed by Soviet tanks while cov covering
ering covering the Hungarian rebellion for
bis magazine last November.

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MR; AND MRS. BIGGS ENTERTAIN TOR HENDERSONS
Bfe$jOE THEIR DEPARTURE ON 8-MONTH VACATION
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Biggs entertained at their home in Parqoe Lefevre Saturday
JnJrht in honor of British Ambassador and Mrs. Ian Henderson, who left this morning on
the RiB del Mar for a five month' vacation trip to England and Europe. Mr. Biggs is
First Secretary of the British Embassy.: '.
A Gaests tnchided Ambassador Dominique and Senora de Castro Balboa, Ambassador of
jBcaxil,and. SenQra Fraroso, Maj. den, and-Mrs. Thomas. L. Harrold, Rear Admiral and Mrs.
fclarence L. C. Atkeson, USN, German Charge d'Affrares Count Von Pappenheim, Mr. and
tMrs. J. Austin Acly, Dr. and Mrs. Horacio Conte Mendeia, and Mrs. Jaime Alfaro, Mr.
nd Mrs. Jerrv James, and Major John Wallis.

Retarded Children Can Be Taught :
To Be Useful; Happy Citizens :
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WASHINGTON Feb. 27 (UP) may continue to work under prop

ABout one child m miy -enters ma er supervision,-, aner tney grow

tint-grade with no cnance wnst-'up. ::., r.'-..::.i
ever of graduating from high! The, outlook? i" brighter for the

IAWC Honors
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The Hospitautj commiee oi me

Champagnada
Dtspedida A
For Ambassador's Wife

The ladies -of the Diplomatic

cnampagnaaa

liter-American Women's Club gava Corps will give a champagnada
71. .f thA nnif ninh thi after-ldesoedida at the home of Mrs.

noon in honor of Mrs. Ernesto do Lionel Vasse, wife of the French

14 Guardia. wife of the President

of Panama.
Eighteen -renresentatives of i-

rus U.S. women's' clubs, whg are

hire on' a goodwill tour attended.
Native dances were- performed

bf members under the direction,

n Mn. Adela Mellander of the

Cultural Committee.
Dbminiean Republic
Celebrates Independence
With Embassy Reception
rhe Ambassador of the Doraini Doraini-.k
.k Doraini-.k Rpnuhlic and Mrs. Hector de

Cbstro Nobot have issued invita invitations
tions invitations to .a Jf ception to be held at

the Embassy resioence in r.i "-grejo
grejo "-grejo from 6:30 p.m. until 8:30
r,im tn rplphratfl the 113th anni-

virs'aiV tit lie Independence of

their country.
This morning the Ambassador
and his wife received members of
the Dominican Republic Colony at
tBe Embassy residence.

Ambassador Of Brazil
Will Glva Reception
The Ambassador of Brazil and

Mrs. Agtrinaldo Bouiltreau Frago-
hav issued invitations to a re-

Ambassador Friday as a farewell

to Mrs. Louis Decatrel, wife
the Ambassador of Haiti.

Brother Visits
Dr. Harry En
Mr. and Mrs. Myron Eno of Sy

racuse, New Yprk arrived over the

weekend for a two week visit on
the Isthmus with Mr. Eno.'s broth brother,
er, brother, Dr. Harry Eno of Colon.

vy : (25-) 2495. A social hour wiil

be held at 8:30 -p.m. followed by-a

seated dinner at S p.m. Dress -wiilj

dc iiuurmai. xucuu Azcarraea wiu

of playing for dinner and for dancing

afterward. 4 j

Engineers' Week h designed to.

acquaint the punuc with the work,
accomplishments, -and future of
the engineering professions The
three local engineering organiza organizations
tions organizations are sponsoring the Week, the

and dinner. Governor W. E. Pot Potter
ter Potter will talk after dinner. Group
table reservations may be made

by phoning Captain -Batchellor, Na-4 through special training programs

school.

This child has an IQ below 75,

on a scale where 100 is the arbi

trary figure for normal -intelligence!-No
matter how hard he

tries, or how hard his teachers
and parents try to help him, he

can't make tbe regular academic

grade. 1 ;

' Twenty years age, he would
have become one of the human
rejects of the educational ma

chinery; After failing two' or
three- grades, he would have
been allowed to drop out of
''-school..-',

Xoqay, according uo a woman
who has-done much to make it

possible, 'this mentally retarded

.Liu a : i i

cuua can stay in scnooi ana

tailored to his capabilities, '"can

prepare for "an : adult life that

Will be useful, happy and' normal

in an essential- respects," -,
"We believe,'' said Dr. Eliza Elizabeth
beth Elizabeth M. Kelly, "that a mentally
retarded child who grows up to. be
self-supporting has achieved as

great a victory in life as the' brig
child who' becomes a famous law
yef' doctor or college professor.

''If the parents of a handicapped

"educable" child",' said Dr. Kelly

With the "right kind of teaching,

he can; master' reading"," writing
and arithmetic,'' The special Class

es also' wiu expose him to science,
civics, history; elemental business

courses, music and- art;

There ate' no fixed grade" "levels
through which he is asked U pro-

Bcsb, oui iuru'iiuu-iasi: curricu curriculum
lum curriculum The- teacher tries to help
each child grow' in knowledge and
experience as far and as fast as

ms personal caraDiuties permit.

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Fa Ik's Houseguests
Leave. For States

Mr. and Mrs. Henry Schmidt oti
Woodhaven. Lone Island. Ne w Hotel; ft Panama

York, and Mr. and Mrs. Otto Makes Plans

Sohmirtt. nt Ravside Brooklyn. Newi for

York, were scheduled to sail for
their homes in the United States
today on the M-S "Akita Maru."

The four Schm;dts nave oeen me

Panama Rnript r IT.ncrinAtfrK anlrhilrl ainAnt hini fnr ivhnt ha

Architects, the Panama Section,- A j and plan for his future in realistic

merican society of uivil nginnersj terms instead of hopeless dreams
onH 1h ranal 7lna. PAof Ciuiwl lift will firtA. hia ininht in 1ifk A

and the Canal Zone Post, Society

house guests of Capt. and Mrs.
Henry E. Falk of Diablo Heights.
A numher of parties have been
given in their honor, during recent

weeks. Mrs. Henry acnmiai is
Capt. Falk's siste.

LITTLE t-IX

Governor Will Attend
Engineers' Dinner A
Engineers' Week now being cel-

lebrated will be climaxed Friday

.iniA. k. hM at the Embassy evenine at the Tivoli Guest

residence Friday. House, Ancon, with a receptioi
-1 '

tden Continues
ftis Recovery
AUCKLAND. New Zealand, Feb.
n (UP Former Prime Minister
Anthony Eden made continued
progress today and was able to
get out of bed briefly for the seo seo-ohd
ohd seo-ohd straight day, his physician re reported.
ported. reported. Eden has been confined 4o bed

L . il

! uchiur oi recurrent aiiacm ui

fever ti.at have plagued him since

ae amvea nere last weec lo con

valesce from an abdominal ail
aent.

i,Vorfrtsametfrr oe' so silly

they talk about ordge-e much
as their husbands talk about golf.

STARTING TODAY
A CARNIVAL SPECIAL
COSTUME JEWELRY
Beautiful and Colorful New Styles.
Prices incredibly Low. COME TO
MORRISON'S
Opposite the Ancon P. 0"-

Carnival i..X

A throne for Queen Rosalia is be

ing erected in the patio of the Ho

tel &i jfanama, which will be of official
ficial official home for the National Queen

ourmg tne tour C-arnival day Sat

urday, Sunday, Monday and Tues

day.

curing me oincial parades on
Sunday and Tuesday afternoon, the
u i : 1 1 i

uuici win uave on ns noat me

lovely former Queens of El Pana

ma s Carmval festivities. Maritza

Obarrio de Mendez. whose husband

is 1st secretary of the Panama.

nun Embassy in Uruguay, El Pa J

ma 9 iiini xuceu, 8s ueen issued
a special invitation to attend the

Carnival.
Aurita Carbone de Albritton has

Deen asxea to iaxe ner place as

Queen of the 1953 Carnival.-
Maritza Van Hoorde popular
member of Panama's "younger set
has been invited ai Queen of 1954.

Marcela de Janon, another mem member
ber member of Panamanian society will re

present ner reign as Queen of 1955.

while Lizzie Suazo,. will be on the

uoat as 1950 yueen.

After the coronation of the Na National
tional National Oueen ir. the StH inm nn

A Saturday ball Vijl be held in

uer j "iHr i ti b.i fanama.
Queen JLiziue 4ii.j her Coijrt will
be on hand to receive her and turn

over the throne, with pomp and
ceremony.

.The Pollers Ball will be Snndav

nigni wnen everyone wno owns

one or Panama's beautiful nation national
al national costumes will celebrate by wear

ing n,
Monday night is a fancy dress
night called "Mamarrachos Night,"
when any king of costume goes.
The final night of .Carnival on
Tuesday is Comparsa .Night.

croups cosiumea aiue to repre

sent some tneme will make mer merry
ry merry entrances into the patio. Com Com-parsas
parsas Com-parsas planning to attend, should
telephone the Public Relations
Dept. of El Panama arrange for
the music they wish played for
their entrance to the patio.
Atlantic Bridge
Club Winners
At the regular weekly bridge
games played by the Atlantic

enage uuo on Monday evening

ai uie luargoritji luunouse, tnj
following were winners: first. Mrs.

Irl Sariders with. Mr. Norton; sec-

he will find his niche in life. And

by the time he is grown, no one
LU think of hinv as mentally re retarded
tarded retarded ;

Dr. Kelly is superintendent of

special education in the Newark,

iv.j., public schools, and presi-
H ATlt Af iKa Tntarantinn-il Pimim.H'

for Exceptional Children. The coin p'mv

Each notice for incluiren in this -column'
should fee 'submitted in
type-written forirf and mailed eo-
the box numbrt- Hit4 daily in 'So 5
cial and Otherwise,' -or delivered

by hand to the. -off ice. Notices of
meetings aamief be 'accepted by;
telephone. a
Retired Workers
" A general monthly meeting of
the Canal Zone Retired Workers

Association is scheduled for, Thurs

day, March 7, at the usual place,
the annex to 'the old Pacific Serv Service
ice Service Center building.
Business' of importance' to be
dealt with includes the final read reading
ing reading of the auditor's report and oth other
er other iriatters. Meeting-starts at 7

y JQand y 'IJtivetid S

The free and easy silhouette
of the Paris sDrins collections is

shown graphically in thes f list
pictures of designs from top cou

turiers.

Hemlines van from knee

length .to ankle-length in .the
collections1, waistlines are nor-

mal.7 shoulders rounded and
Wds emrjhaslzed. s The sheath

dress divides honors with the

ballobn skirt. The shirtwaist

dress is back in fashion this f ea

son and the oriskly-tailored suit
has disappeared frotn the scene.

y v. "'
j,it tjf' ' i
. : S. I t
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p f i 1
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cii has been a major influence in

establishing training courses for

mentally-retarded children in vir

tually every U.S. public school sys

tem. ,.
While these courses differ in
some details, all are based on
the concept that the low-IQ
child, who may learn next to
nothing In the. regular class classroom,
room, classroom, can learn a good deal If
'put into a separate group under
a teacher with special training.
"There's not much noint in try

ing to teach these children to read
and write." Dr. Kellv said in an

interview. "But we've found that
they have a greater potential for
learning manual skills than was
previously thought,"

New Jersey, Ohio and other

states have recently begun to es

tablish "sheltered workshpps" at
which severely retarded children
may, learn a trade within their

capabilities and in which they

ond,- Dr.- and Mrs., M. M-, H at t-

man; third. Jflrs Stanley Guest
With Mrs. G. BouzoumetJ fourth,

Mrs. Julius JLoen with Mrs. Hay-

den Jories and fifth, Mr. Fred

Schwartz with Mr. E. W. Mills
paugh..

Anyone who is interested in play

ing bridge is cordially invited to

join this group any Monday eve

ning at 7:15. For further informa information
tion information please call Mrs.. Hayden Jones
at telephone 3-1892 any morning

after s a.m.

(CONTINUED ON PAGE 5)

Thursday and Friday of this

week the office of the Retired As Association
sociation Association will be opened, to collect

dues and to enroll new memDers,

Mrs. Emily Price
Will Give Synopsis
Of 42 .Books
Mrs. Emily J. Price, staff mem

ber of the Canal Zone Library

will give a synopsis of 42 notable
books of 1956 at a meeting of the
Book Review Group of the Canal

Zone College Club tomorrow morn

ing. The works to be discussed

are principally non-fiction.

The meeting will be held at the
home of Mrs. Edward Browder

Jr. 5407 Diablo.
Coffee will be served preceding
the talk.
Mrs. John Adams will act as co co-hostess.
hostess. co-hostess. Special Film
For Distaffers
Tomorrow Morning
There will be a special showing

of a First Aid film in the Curun-

au i neater peginniuE at s:au io

morrow morning.
Of particular -interest to4 distaff distaffers
ers distaffers will be filnn on "Bandaging,"

"Splinting"; and -Artificial Respir Respiration."
ation." Respiration." Pen Women
Will Meet
The Canal Zone Branch of the

Pen Women will meet at the Lil Lil-tle
tle Lil-tle Gallery of the Tivoli Guest
House, Wednesday, March 6 at

4:30 p.m. j

WampSelli

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French Fried
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Served with French Fries, Bread and Butter

THE UNEVEN hem line Is

snown lor spring by Jacques
Heim 1 na dress of printed green
taffeta. Skirt is short in front

bat ends In a train. Bodice has
T-shaped neckline.

few

THIS IS THE HEMLINE that Christian Dior prefers 'far la to
day. The dress is black silk, has low, -rounded- decollete and
is belted in leather. It's worn with white mink shawl, and

. wwte featner cap.

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Tm spedal oop$ from CampbeLTi
...tfaonb to freeing

W moan very tptial soups.
Soups you probably never in
the world expected to get in'
prepared form.
Orrfy freezing makes ft pos possible
sible possible for Campbell's to bring
them to you now. Only freezing
captures and holds the delicacy
and temperamental flavors of
these truly great soups. So be
prepared for something very
special

CARNIVAL SPECIAL

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Feb. 28 larch 1 and 2

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Ne. 19-50 Jetfe Arettmeea Ave. fiiomm 2-2221

Executive House.

Army Home Bids
Sought By Canal

Bids for the construction of five
Army quarters and an executive

house are now being solicited by

me ranama canal company. Tne
bids are to be onened the mornintr

of March 22 in the Administration

Building at Balboa Heights.
The five Army Quarters., which

are to be built at Fort Amador.

will replace five quarters which
were transferred to the Panama
Canal Company by the Army at
Corozal at the time of the develop development
ment development of the tonwsite at Los Hios.
The new houses will be off-the-

ground' type,- and one-story tile
masonry construction.
The executive house, which will

be the official residence for the
Lieutenant Governor of the Canal
Zone, will be located on Heights

Road on a site at one time occu occupied
pied occupied by quarters assigned to the

cniet Health uuicer. These quart

ers were lemollshed several years
ago.- -
Architects' plans for the new
house provide for tbe construction

of a one-story, three bedroom
masonary house, with a large liv living
ing living room-dining room facing on

an open patio.

Mrs. Ada Rouse

Dies; Funeral
Friday AI La Boca

Mrs. Ada Rouse, a former resi resident
dent resident of La Boca now residing at
Pueblo Nuevo, died this morning
in Gorgas Hospital after. a long
illness.

A Barbadian, she was 65 years
Funeral services have been sch l
uled for Friday at I p.m. in St.
Peter's Church, La Boca, followed ;
by burial in the Coroial Cemetery,
Mrs. Rouse is survived by her $
hn.kanjl Tn.nntl .nil Vn. nYit 1lAn

. 11 I T 1 fe J t V

Olga, in addition to several grand grandchildren,
children, grandchildren, .s

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FOR SPRING, designer Pierre
Balmain -shows sa loose and
bulky coat in navv-and-white

plaid wopL Soft. pleats, 4a 11 from

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for spring by Jean Desses in a
soft version : with slim ; skirt.

Fabric- is" lightweight beige
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News

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Balboa Union Church
Will Hold 5p9httl 5p9httl-nimur
nimur 5p9httl-nimur Friday

Th hnhlie is invited to t Spa

ghetti Dinner Triday, evening in

tbe Recreation flmw.m ww",

Union Church, iponaorea py

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By OSWALD JACOBT
Written lor NJEA Service

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Christian W o m n's .:, Fellowship

Home-mada pies wiU be the fea featured
tured featured dessert. Every member has
tickets or they may be purchased

at the door at one dollar, a aif-

price tot children. In : order to
serve spaghetti at its freshest best,
there will two sittings, one t 5:3U

and the otner at 6:3U.
Dr, Ige Glattatein ',
Will Speak To College Club

: On May 25, 1925, Mrs. Evelyn

Moore loundea tne Canal Zone Col

lege Club' with 30 charter mem

bers.:: and two. purposes in mind:

1) to learn by inviting speakers
that are topi in their field, and

irom .many, many ainerent fields,

2) help the next generation by civ

ing scholarships to girls of the Ca

nal Zone Junior College.

The Canal 'Zone College Club
has been able to give as many as

three scholarships at one time.

and the Club has never, failed to

give' at least one. Their girl or
girls of this year have not yet
been selected, their selection u-

isually takes place in May. i.

At their past meetings the 1 r
speakers have been Professor Vin

ton of the Balboa High School,
who is also the author tof "Jungle
Whispers," and Dr. Koford of the
Natural History Society of Colora Colorado
do Colorado Institute. i

Their next meeting will be held

on March 11 at 4 p.m., at the Jew

ish Welfare Board on La Boc a

Road. Dr. Igo Glattstem. vice-pres

ident of Casa Fastlich, S. A., will

speak to the club on gems.

The meeting will be attended by

two of the original charter mem

bers, Mrs. lone Newlana, and Mrs.

Eleanor Mcllhenny.,

Soufti' looked at the dummy
carefully; cursed North under
his breath, and then proceeded
to make the best of a bad sltua sltua-tion.L
tion.L sltua-tion.L
West's double clearly indicated
bunched trumps, so trump fi-

, nesses were not going; to work.

iBoum neeoea to maice as many
trumps as possible by ruffing.
The queen of diamonds held
', the first trick, and a second dia

mond wax Jed. south trumped
and played the seven of hearts.
Wpxt junn with the ace and led a

third diamond, south trumped,

Siayea hu acK : oi nearis w
ummi'j king. He trumped a
heart, cashed the ace and king
of clubs, and trumped dummy's
; last heart with the ten.
The lead of a low club forced
West to trump his partner's trick
and lead a spade up to declarer's
ace-queen. South had succeeded
in making all his six trumps and
was down only one.
It was. a shame, to waste all

that beautiful play in. such a

hopeless cause. Tne hand snouMi
have played at twospades.
1 North had .no excuse for- his

' two no-trump '...bid, True, his
: three kings made his initial re re-sponse
sponse re-sponse & good one, but a single-

: ton or a suit rebia by partner is
a. liability, not an asset.
:;' South was not guiltless either.
H had nice' distribution but

'; only 11 high-card points, of

course, North had bid twice, but

his first response had clear lim

ited the strength, or his hand.

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' meeting with Secretary -of State Dulles.

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OBSERVES ITS SILVER ANNIVERSARY
(25; years).
.- 1932 1957
by giving-away $6,000 in prizes V ,,.
For every ft spent in cleaning bills you are entitled to a oupon.en a- raffle
I on the- last Sunday of every ; month,. from January to November. ; ,(
' FIRST PRIZE: ONE "NORGE" WASHING MACHINE
SECOND PRIZE: ONE 'MCLLARD" RADIO
- THIRD PRIZE: AN ELECTRIC "TOASTMASTER'
GRAND PRIZE IN DECEMBER,
J.?'"' FIRST PRIZE: ONE OPEL AUTOMOBILE
SECOND PRIZE: 'ONE 3 "NORGE" REFRIGERATOR (II ewft.)
, THIRD PRIZE:, ONE STOVE (four burners K ; i
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of the month at the AMERICAN LAUNDRY Tel.; 4-0388 and: W39l v r ;' ?' :
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-PRESENTS-

FRANK IE.

LYMON

and the

TEENAGERS

Friday, March 1st 1 7 and 9 ; P.AA;
. .. r Courtesy of V

VICEM) Y

, By LI I COTTON

' Joe Cicero was reminiscing a-

bout his younger days when the
"Mb kids'! used to nick on him.

and remembered that the biggest
bully in the bunch was none other

than our own rete Liang.
To hear Joe tell it. Pete was real

If a terror back in the olden days

when us younger guys knew that
to bother an older guy was invit inviting
ing inviting disaster. The guy that used to
pick on ma tbe most was Ray Nick Nick-lsher.
lsher. Nick-lsher. I used to be afraid to go to

the gym when I knew that 'Blanks'
waa there he used to practice
his wrestling holds on me. The

word (whispered in awe-f tiled
tones) was that Ray and Pete were
"Ba-a-ad guys, boy I" Times sure
have changed! .," '
Smiley Morris gave me a play-by-play
description, the other day,
of a sneech Kiven by Raoul Swaim

in Speech class entitled, .''Some of

My Amusing experiences in the
Marine Corps." One of these "a "a-musing"
musing" "a-musing" experiences oec urrcd
when a marine- was sick all over
the mess halL Ha, ha.
DAWN'S EARLY LIGHT DEPT:

Those earrings in the form of

dice have earned Emily Wilkinson
the nickname,, "Moonlight Gamb Gambler"
ler" Gambler" The trip to the Valley
was a real doozy, according to un unconfirmed
confirmed unconfirmed reports. Lou Charles
spent most of the time cracking
ice for the soft drinks. Heard
Mike Carpenter refer to "barbe "barbecued
cued "barbecued wire." Guess that's how they
say it in Alabama r Dean Wash Washburn,
burn, Washburn, better Jcnown as "Sniffer,"
is sporting a beautiful bruise on his
left forearm, suffered when a scat-ter-armed
pitcher cut loose with a
wild pitch in batting piactice the

other day Candidate for Most

Hen-pecked JCer "Baby Ruth"

Hilliard. Even the burning of

Sosa Hui xaued U obliterate the
Anchor!
Several Jeers started Carnival
off in good style last Thursday at
the Carnival Dance.
The Theatre Guild's newest play.

"Death of a Salesman," stars Jen

ny Gau and .Shirley Meyer.

Jack Hammond has been com

muting back and forth across the
Isthmus for some time now. He
says it's because he's playing for

a baseball team over there, but
something (in the form of a cute

little blonde) tells us otherwise.

What is it about a girl that makes

strong men (and weak boys) turn
to putty?
Hope everybody took full advan advantage
tage advantage of the holiday Thursday. It's

the last one for a long time.
This is tbe last week of baseball
season. J. C. has been eliminated
from the title race but is still bat battling
tling battling for a high position in the fin final
al final standings. J.C. stands undefeat undefeated
ed undefeated against American Legion, but
unfortunately there are o t h e r
teams 'Hi the league. p ?
Students were saddened to hear
of the death of Joe Wood's father
last Friday. We'd like to extend
out deepest sympathy to Joe and
his family, and wish there was
something we could do to help.
Joe's many friends in Junior Col College
lege College know what a loss it has been.
I guess that's about it for now.
See ya next week.

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SUNDAY, Mar. -MONDAY,
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TUESDAY Mar.

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and Join the fun I See Queen Lis and her court welcome Queen Rosalia 1st.
The unique lovely parade of Panama National Dress, the "P oUera- and the
Montuno." Prizes for the best costume! Enjoy Panamas folk dances .and
typical music! '
This Is the night of fun! "Mamarracho Night," our "any thing-goes" night of
wacky fun. Come in a costume (any kind) and be a part of It!
'if
"Comoarsa Night-" The grand wind-up! See the "comparsas" (groups dressed
atfce) make their entrances into the patio. Dance till the "Burial of the Sardine"
at dawn, end of Panama's unique and colorful celebration of Maroi grasi

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THE PANAMA AMERICA w AN v INDEPENDENT DADT NEW SPAPEB
WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 27, 1951
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Piersall Classified Officially As
SOX-
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Holdout?

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On List: Larsen Unsigned

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il NEW YORK. Feb.

By TIM MORIARTY

27 (UP) Jim. Piersall,

the Boston Red Sox all-out outfielder, was classified
Jflfficially as a holdout along with five teammates
today as the American League's perennial pennant
contenders opened spring training at Sarasota, Fla.

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,in aaaiuon 10 me ueei,

cocky

Pterssil, infielders Ted Lepcio

,and Billy Klaus, outfielder Gene
Stephens, catcher Sammy White
.and pitcher Rudy Minarchi also
yereriunsigned when the Bosox
J went through their initial drill
jinder manager Mike Higgins.
general manager Joe Cronin,
detained in Miarill yesterday by
. pension meeting, hoped to Sign
sonier-of the Boston "stragglers"
today He is especially anxious
toLiJin up Piersall, who enjoyed j
his Hreatest season last year.

' bitting .293 in 155 games and

i rapotn home 87 runs.
I: Although disappointed ovr
i the bsence of Piersall, Hig-
ajffnieistHI had "the bit; guv" a a-,ttund
,ttund a-,ttund to lead the Bosox
tknousn the'r first limbering
u-exercises. Te Williams said
be was feeling "f t as a fiddle"
for the start of his 15th sea-
''Sontand rarin' to go.''
' Mfeahwliile, the Milwaukee
Pravei also had six players un-
i sine as thev apnroached the
official onening of their soring
drills. Friday. Veteran rierht-
, hpnkSrpLew Burdette conferred
wltti ireneral manager John
Pnlnfiu yesterday at Bradenton,
Flo., h"t did not agree to terms.
""Outfielder Bill Bruton and

ehortston Johnnv ios;an still
are at their Milwaukee hom";
arvl srlvlner every indication of
holdrn out nast the Friday
fleftdUjie. Thp other unsigned
yr?ves are outfielder Wes cov cov-ingtorj,.
ingtorj,. cov-ingtorj,. first baseman Frank

Torre arid pitcher Ernie John Johnson.
son. Johnson. Pitchers Maury McDermott
and Tom Morgan, recently ac acquired
quired acquired from the New York
Yankees, are among five Kan Kansas
sas Kansas City, players who have not
yet taken pen in hand. The
other potential A's holdouts
are catcher Hal Smith, pitcher
Lou Kretlow and third base baseman
man baseman Hector Lopei.
Don Larsen finally discussed

his salary differences with as

sistant general manager Lee
MacPhailof the Yankees .yes .yesterday
terday .yesterday at St. Petersburg, Fla.,
but came away unsigned and
unhappy. MacPhail, admitting
"We're not too. far. apart,"
scheduled another meeting with
the perfect game pitcher for to today.
day. today. On other fronts:
The New York Yankees and
the Philadelphia Phillies com completed
pleted completed their instructional schools
for rookies and announced that
several of their most promising

youngsters will be held over to
train with the varsity.
Catchers Harry Chiti and Ed

die Anderson, infielder-outlield

er Tony Kubek and pitchers

Zack Monroe and Wilson Par

sons were those selected to work

put with the Yankees, snortstop
John Kennedy, the first Negro
to train with the club; nitchers
Dallas Green and Don Oarsdell.

tatcher Dick Hfrris an first

baseman Fred "Pbw vlll con continue
tinue continue training with the Phils.

Gold Dust

By HERBERT MOISE
lOLON At its regular Mon Mon-dav
dav Mon-dav in ee tin 2. ihe Coiun Boxing

CO .n mission once again displayed

its' emciency in handling uckhsh
ei.iiationk and DfOOiems. 1

1 oilo wing the regular run of the
lecnni.i Laniel Ueieado .ana tile

1 tuer voting commissioners pres preset
et preset went inio the technical part of
tits meeting. First dealt wilh is,
(be bantamweight siuation.
Kumors have it that Tolo Iba Iba-ra,
ra, Iba-ra, now campaigning in the Unit United
ed United Staes, will be back here after
jus March 4 fight to box the in-
tumbent Panama champion, Mel
Vin Bourne for the tine. Ibarra
feat made a formal challenge for
his title and the f anama City
Commission is seriously accepting
the winner of this probable ana
almost inevitable bout as the
champion of tne 118 pounders.
H.On the other hand, the Colon
Commission, a body, closely in con con-mrt
mrt con-mrt with the NBA. is thinking a-

Irnii? different lines. By virtue of

' his unanimous ten round victory o-i

vpr Bourne, the Colon commis

linncn have Dlace Claudio Marti

nPT a No. 1 contender for the

huntamweicht title.

Delgado, Joseph, Gregoire, and
Tom have made it known that
nv nther contender going against

Bourne and winning in a title fight

would not be considered champion
In the province of Colon. A letter
tnthi effect should be in the

hands of the Panama Commission.

. Bourne was served notice thati he

mast sifln-to defend his title or

lose it within 45 days.

tNext on the special agenda was

Vjt ticklish problem of cleanliness
and tactics of certain seconds. To

be inforced is the law requiring
seconds to be clad in T-shirts,

' preferably white and impeccably
clean. Tbea came the unfavorably
subject of seconds using strong
smelling lotions and other odorous
solutions, on their lexers. This
came up. as a result of Claudio
Martinet protest in Vis out with

Bourne that something on Bourne's
glove was bothering his sight.
Claudio'! brother, who doubles
as his manager, complained that
ammonia was being dropped on
the champ's gloe between rounds.
Officially the Commission could
not act on the complaint, but they
instructed referee Alfredo Fareaut
to keep an eye on Bourne's cor corner.
ner. corner. In his statement to the Com Commission
mission Commission yesterday. Fareaux report-,
ed that the noticed nothing strange
and therefore could not support
the Martinez claim.

Delgado went on record saying
that anyone caught with drugs or

injurious solutions, and who tries
to use them to jeopardize another
boxer will suffer the, consequences
and stand the heavy penalty- call called
ed called for by the regulations of the

commission and the municipality

As anticlimax to this declara

tion, the commission lifted an in

definite suspension against Luis
Silvers rookie boxer uhn failoH t,i

show up for a fight two weeks a-

go. Silvers explained that being
new hen did not know the channels
to get His medical -certificate show showing
ing showing where he suffered an ailing
back. 6

Rusty s Back
In The Game
.
Despite Injury

After two brain concussions caus

ed by bicycle accident and a fal

from a swine, Mr. and Mrs. Rus-

ell Weade decided to take their
one and only child, "Rusty," back

to the States but a sled accident

soon convincea mem mat t n it

move was not too wise.

Aiier uie acciaents Kusty was

again hospitalized suffering suodos

eaiy irom shock. At 3 a.m. one

day his parents were summoned
to the hospital by the doctor but
before they could reach the hos

pital "Kusty" was rushed tor the

operating room. There were Intern

al injuries taking 40 stitches to re

pair -the youngster and with his

race with death "Rusty" came out

winner by only twenty minutes.
.
The mxt thing to complicate
the young fellow's life was stom stomach
ach stomach ulcers. His mother took
ver nd with a strict diet "Rus "Rusty"
ty" "Rusty" is today a healthy, happy
boy, playing baseball with Casa
Fastlich League on the Perico
Team.
In spite of young Russell's ups-and-downs
he has had time to be
an all-star player with the Little
League in Newport News, Va.
This is his first year with the
teenagers, in fact, the Perico team

is made up of new boys coming

out on top, or very close.
This afternoon there is a play

off game with the Palomas. "Rus

ty" will be there doing his part

and his mower hasn t missed a

game this season. She is one of

the top ranking rooters at Fast
lich park.

Rosen

bluth.

Wallace

Bring

Court Honors To Carol inas

Scoring four big runs in the first
to rightfield, the Godwin Moore
to rightfield, the Goodwin Moore Moore-managed
managed Moore-managed Cafe Jays easily defeat-,
ed Humberto Arthurs and his Ca Cafe
fe Cafe Esquire team 8-2 to take the
first game of a series.
The CJ's scored three more in
the second and one in the fourth

to complete three runaway victo
ry.

Marter Lloyd Tomlinson, who

neid the tsquire Boys rumess in
the first after loading the bases,
took an early shower in the sec second
ond second wucn again the Emen puc
runners in scoring position only
to have a fireballer named Ches Chester
ter Chester stop the threat and hold them
at bay until the game's end.
Moore presented a star-stiidrieH

lineup while the Esquire Boys tri-

ea vainiy 10 match them. God

win had Nugent "Tutu" Joseph at

mira, nogeuo Amman at second,
George Knowles at short and
Belfieid Harris at first. His out

field was somewhat weaker but

his catching made up for that

with Herman Charles behind the
bat. Leon Kellman was on hand

just in case while Harold Gordon

reached late for the contest. This

Moore team could play in any

league on me istnmus.

Major Ramos who was scheduled

to toss the first bal. was unable

to be present early because of oth

er personal and pressing business-

He, however,- came to the game
and apparently enjoyed the little

that he saw.

Gavilan Loses
In Thriller To
Vince Martinez

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By JOHN GRIFFIN
NEW YORK, Feb. 27 (UP)
Lennie Rosenbluth, a Dixie bas basketball
ketball basketball star who grew up in the
shadow of Yankee Stadium, and

Grady Wallace, a Kentucky-bred
jump-shooter, brought new court

honors to the Carolinas today.

Rosenbluth had all the clutch

points in his bag of 30 last night

to ieaa worm Carolina to a drama
tic 69-64 victory over Wake For

est putting the nation's1 No

team just one more win away

irom a penect season.

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CONRAbO SARCEANT

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JHO.OF BEATS'
By Conrado Sargeant

LIONS CLUB TROPHY WINNERS 1. Matthew Manning,
2. Andy Jacobsen, 3. Roark Summerford winners of the
Lions Club trophies for eight year old boys. Matthew set a
new C. Z. record for eight year old boys In the 25 yard event
in the Gamboa Pool at last year's fourth annual Gamboa
Civic Council Swim Meet.

Stanley Dario and Agustus Jor Jordan,
dan, Jordan, organizers of the Esquire

games announced that the team s

next game will be against the Co-,

Ion Secret Police on March 10 on

the National Guard Playground.
tcirt by Inning

Cafe Esquire 002 000 02 S 2

Cafe Jays 430 100 x-8 7 2

NEWARK, N.J., Feb. 27 (UP)
Welterweight contender Vince
Martinez wasn't a very popular
victor over the rejuvenated Kid
Gavilan, but he was thrust forr
ward today as a $100,OOO-g'uarT
antee, challenger for either the
welterweight or middleweight

titles by elated New Jersey pro promoters.
moters. promoters. And he was also considered

for a return bout with either of

the ex-welter champions, Kid
Gavilan or Tony Demarco.
Cuban Gavilan, 31, was yell yelling
ing yelling for another fight with
Marttaez of Paterson, N.J.,
and he deserved the rematch

because of his magnificent
performance in last nighf's
wham-bam brawl before a
near-capacity 8,527 in the big
Newark armory:

Desoite a rainy night they

drew $35,920 Newark's largest

fleht Kate In nine years.

And the money for this non non-fpievlsed
fpievlsed non-fpievlsed hout was not mis

spent: for Gavilan fighting

well throughout staged an

electrifying finish that had 27
vear-nld Martinez lurching a

rnnnd the rine on rubber legs

at times in the ninth and 10th
rounds. And the unusually rug rugged
ged rugged "Keed" had surylved punch punches
es punches in the earlier rounds that
would hav felled" a steer.

Martines, Hnr 149
pounds to Gavilan't WPx and
favored at 3-1, won the refer referee's
ee's referee's decision. There are no
judges In New Jersey. On a
round basis, referee Joey Har Harrison
rison Harrison of Garfield. NJ., rave
the decision to Vince: -3-l.
It was booed for five minutes
by the fans.
A United Press noil of 17
sDorts writers at the ringside
favored Oavllan, 11-4-2. The
United press had the flrnt
scored even on rounds, but fa favored
vored favored Ms 'tines because of his
consistently harder puncninf

throughout.
Along The Fairways

USS Jasper

If Lead

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Take Second
In Atlantic

Twilight League Race

ATLANTIC TWILIGHT LEAGUE

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Second Hall standings

USS Jasper
Powells
CHS Alumni
C. H. S. .

Won Lost Pet.

... 2 0 1.000

... 1 0 1.000

.. 0 1 .000

.. 0 2 .000

Sunday's Result
USS Jasper 11. C.H.S.

Amador Ladies Golf News
i More than thirty women turn
nut. for the LadlesDav Tour

nament held t! Amador last

week. Katie Call won low gross
as she finished only eight over

oar with 78. Low net in tne Tee

to-Green tournev was won by

T.anell Logan. BettJ Glider

leeve and irma Muiiary uea

for 2nd low net Edith Mathie Mathie-snn.
snn. Mathie-snn. a visitor from Braiof

Prooks. showed her mastery of

the greens as she took only 27

putts.

Tne Amsaor women toners

are reminded that the annual

By TREVOR SIMONS
The boys from the. USS Jas

per are beginning to shed the

name of the "hitless wonder

Only .163 hitters in the first half
of play, USS Jasper has come

back brilliantly in the second
half winning their first two out outings
ings outings and now one-half earn, out

in front in their race for a

championship play-off.
The Jaspers had their hitting

clothes on Sunday afternoon
and collected nine hits off the

offerings of two C.H.S. pitchers

for an 11 to 3 win. Orbis Pat

terson, who took over from Dave
Mann in the third inning, hurl

ed one-hit ball for the last five

innings to take credit for the

win, his fourth of the season
and second in succession.

Mann had surrendered three

hits and a pair of runs in the
first two innings and then re

tired to the outfield where he

loined forces with brother Jim

Mann to nace the Jasper's nine-

hit attack. Dave had a perfect
three for three dav at the nlate
while Jim collected three hits in
four tries. Filly Gibson wis
charged with the os fo CH S.,
allowing six hits and all eleven

runs-in his 3 1-3 innings of du-s

way ctoii nnisned the game
for C.H.S.
Patterson, whose previous per performance
formance performance had been a shut-out
Job against CHS-Alumni, contin continued
ued continued his streak of scoreless in innings
nings innings until the sixth frame
when Bill Gibson's single to cen center
ter center got through Jim Mann for
the lone, unearned tally against
the Jasper reliever.

The box score:
CH.S .Ab r
Rankin cf 4 i
Sasso 2b 3 0
Croft lb, p 4 0
Kulig ss 3 o
Newhard 3b 3 0
Humphrey c 3 1
Crawford rf 3 0
Gibson, W. p, lb 3 1
Williams if 3 0

Tobin If 0 0

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And Wallace, racking up 39

points for South Carolina in a 98

96 triumph over Citadel, recaptur

ed the national basketball scoring

lead irom Mississippi s Joe Gib

bon.

North Carolina's win at Winston-Salem
gave coach Frank
McGuire's Tar Heels a 23-0 rec record
ord record for the ta?on and left only
a Friday night game against
Duke on their regular schedule.
Then they go into the Atlantic
Cost Conference post season
tournament, March 7-9.

Rnspnhlnth wlin hails from the

Yankees' borne in the Bronx, New

York City, but now lives in Green

ville, Tenn., had one of his best

nights for the Tar Heels. When

they trailed, 47-39, after four mm

utes of the second half, he hit

eight points in the next six min

utes to put North Carolina ahead,

53-51. -.--.

When Wake Forest led, 64-63,
with 55 seconds left, Rosenbluth
Swished in two free throws to put
the Tar Heels back in front to
stay. Wake Forest, lost the b a 11
after his clutch two points and
then Peter Brennan, a Tar Heel
from Brooklyn, sank two free
throws to clinch the game. 1

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Wallace, a product of Mare
Creek, Ky., pushed his scoring av average
erage average to" 30.48 points with' last
night's splurge. The idle Gibbon
dropped to second at 30.3 Gibbon j
has only one more game tomor tomorrow
row tomorrow night against Mississippi State. I

Wallace' will Dlav against Clemson

Saturday and then, Tike North Car

olina, he goes into the A.C.C.
tourney.
s plgin Baylor of Seattle scored
a whopping 41 points last night in

a ,10595 victory over Portland to
jump front fourth place to third:
Baylor1 winds up his regular sea season
son season tonight against the same team

and 40 points will put him a-

head of Wallace.

Wallace might have run up more

than 39 points if last night's game

hadn't been so close. He scored

only four points in the last nine

minutes as South Carolina played

a stalling game to noia on x n e

Citadel's late rally. Dick Wherry

led Citadel with 25 and his jump

shot at the final buzzer brought

the final margin down to two

points..

An error in' the official pro

gram of the past weekend .that

nstea tne track record for one
mile and an- eighth, as. 1:53 ,by

Opulento motivated announce

ment- that Chiroke has -estab

lished a new track mark for the

distance when he was clocked in

l:52,''-5-':. '"v.-V;;.. : J C

The truth ,1s that' Polemon

turned the best time, yet record

ed for the distance at the Pres

ident Remoarace track when he

sped the, nine furlongs uv 1:50

5. on octotier 21. 19.18. Meien

dea was second and Mossadtq

third. TSt'!: ""i'iti

Chilean saddle acejose (Pa

co) Bravo rode Valentin Mor-

relPs crack ,to a' relatively easy
one length victory?" Opulento,

Paouira and Alhajar were bad
trailers in that event.

We recommend that the mis

take be corrected. 1

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Only one,; Jockey was sus suspended
pended suspended over the past weekend
and even that v penalty was
minor. Six horses. were forced
to the sidelines because of va various
rious various infractions,
The susnended rider is Ama

dor Valdivia who got two meets
for hot reporting to ride Reyn Reynold
old Reynold in the first race on Satur-.

day.

Bagdad got eight meets ior

her poor Derformance In Satur Saturday's
day's Saturday's second race: Metto got an

eoiial nenaltvor the same fault

in the third race, in the fourth, coupon each

El Profesor was ser, aown iwu

mfpts for his fractlonsness. n.t

t.h start'nff wate, forcing him to

be scratched.

Three horse were ppnaiwea

on Sunday. In the seventh. Mrs.

K8lian pot e'"ht meets fo ner-

fnrminor noorlv. in th eigmtv,

Remozada got th? same penalty

for a similar infraction. Alhajar
was set down 15 days for bleed-,
ing from ,the nose, in the tenth.1'
race.- r j-,
('H 0O0 1
'Alhajar's suspension 'bans him
fromv competing, in .; the '$2,000
added one mile tind a -quarter
Carnival Classic for fonr,-iyear-olds
for which he had beer? en--tered.'5v,-;-;rf-..;
-.'v-r'.
The other entries for. the
main attraction of the 'weekend
are Surumeno, patan, Resuelto, v
Hablando, Chiroke and Kensine- :

ton.j y, 1 1 1 r4

The probable riders hand
weights for the classic are as
follows: Patan, Fernando Al Al-vares
vares Al-vares 116; Surumeno, Ruben 1
Vasouei 116; Resuelto. Bias
Aguirre 116: Chiroke, Ale ian
dro Ycaza j 10, and. Kensing

ton, Aiireao vasque.

000

Mario Caballero was the War

winner in last weekejid's Gallito
cigarettes "'5 and 6"i contest, cr-

ballero was' the only contestant

to pick live winners. He took
the $20 first prize. He also had

four winners- on another counon

to get another dollar from the
$10 second prize.

Others wwi shared the second

nrize are Alfonso Alcides, with

two courjons: Mrs. Iotia L.

White. Clarenc Williams. Juan

A. Rm'th, Anseimo Bl'ss, Alfon Alfonso
so Alfonso RoWn, Alcides podriMie Jr.

and William S. Burke with onp

29 3 4 18 6

Club Handican chamnlonshin
Tournament wiH he played next
month with the auallfvtng
rounds to be held Mrch 7 to
March 10. inclusive. There will

be thre flights if enonfh worn
en onallfv. so everyone has a
rhw in this toprn'ment.
Handicans must he no to dt ss
of March 1st watch the news news-oaoers
oaoers news-oaoers for further mwunce-m-nts
of thi tournament.
The rowmltt- has nlnne
e'ectd Bl'nd Wrt- -tp f"r

ths Th.ur.Uy. with V, handi

cap allowed.

USS Jasper

Maloney If 2

Patterson p 2

Moats 2b 3

Nolan c 3
Man, Jim cf 4
Sanders rf 3
Nash 3b . .-. 4

Gerlg.lb
rereira sa ....
Mann, d. p. If

29 11 9 21 8

Atlantic Twiloop
Meeting Tonight

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Carl Newhard. -president of the

Atlantic Twilight Baseball
League, has called a special
meeting- for tonight at 7:30 at

the Margarita Clubhouse board

room.

On. of the main items to be

brought up at tonight's session

wui be tne proposal to play more

games each week in order to er.d

the season earlier than its

scheduled March 23 finish.

Other Items on tdnight's a-

genda include preliminary dis dis-i
i dis-i cussions on the post-season ban banquet
quet banquet and other revisions in the
schedule to compensate for the
wxwibility of the CSS Jasper
being unavailable for play for a
ten-day period. USS Jasper Is

currently strongly bidding for
the second half championship.
This meeting, ax art all Twi Twilight
light Twilight League meetings, is -c pen
to all Managers, the board of
directors and players are urged
to attend. Anv fan desrrinr to
voice an opinion in the Interest 1

of tmproTin the league Is tnvit-l
ed to he tkere tonight at 7:30.

la last night's 'top conference

game, Southern California upltt

U.C.L.A., the nation's No. 5

team. 84-80. The loss, only the

third in 23 games for U.C.L.A.,
left California alone, In first

placo in the Pacific Coast Con

ference.

In other leading games last

night: Southwest Conference cham

pion S.M.U. drubbed Texas Christ

ian, 88-75, as big Jim Krebs tai

lied 32 points: John Smiyth's 26

points led Notre Dame to a 75-56
victory over Marquette; NCAA NCAA-bound
bound NCAA-bound Connecticut trounced Holy

Cross, 97-80; and Navy edged Del

aware, 79-76.

Syracuse (14-5) was added -to

the field for the N.C.A.A. tourna

ment yesterday and St. Peter's

(17-3) to the National invitation.

The N.C.A.A. now has filled 11 of
its 23 berths, the N.I.T. nine of its

12. The three- remaining N.I.T.

sports are expected to be filled

from a group that includes the

runners-up in the Skyline and Mis

souri .valley conferences, xempie,

St. Joseph 1, and Duquesne.

Four" tourney-bound teams will

play tonight Dayton (NIT) vs.

Toledo. Syracuse (NCAA) vs. Nia

gara, Seattle (NIT) vs. Portland,
and Xavier of Ohio (NIT) vs.
Western Kentucky. Louisville, last

venr's NIT champion and ranked

10th nationally this year but un

der NCAA ban from tourney play,

will meet De Paid.

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PACIFIC TWILIGHT IEAGUE
. Second Hall Standings

Team

Won Lost

ITS ALWAYS CREENER-Twp champs reversed fields duri
ing a Miami meeting vMnen Patty Berg, women's pro golfing
top-notcher, tried on boxing gloves and Carmen Basilio,.
welterweight champion, took up with a putter. 'i ? f

by

Dan Da

the Pacifle Coast League d Port Worth franchise in the
.hil WtigleyAWbo takes g tog agreement with
mas league a. well as the jWjtf "- bll! showdown

Portland to the top rannmg m" "

;t0lcuhir.wi basehall,

- .The first ultimatum is harledfat the Board
for cS K New York., pursuant .to gSrfi ft?ejfir
ilature ; last summer organteed ig fur.XrBKum; seat
authority for: coMtructi
hav' aTanchffand a rlrt to tiTe Calif ?rnla metro-
Srftmill?oS
fat'tfuTmaiors Walter CMalley and his partners in tne
W& assumed the offensive. ...
,,Th.'1!e-i&owdown'' has to do with the long talked -about
marlf btto thl National and American "agues tor expan expan-?rtn
?rtn expan-?rtn r-aSfornia. The National League has a foot in the
doSrLSSeles.. with the Dodgers ready to move in as
early as 1958. .
The: American League has an in at San Francisco, where
Tomawr oVnef of the Red Box, has the Coast Leagus
franchise a lease on Seal Stadium, and municipal eagerness to
buiM a new arena if either major enters the city, J

Must Enter Same League
one bie league or the other must move out of the CaU CaU-forma
forma CaU-forma situation? To make the long trip to the Pacitic Coast
S ttS Smajor.outposts at St. ixmis 'land Kansas City
ieas?ole finaSly, both. Coast cities would nave to be in tn
tame clrcu)Uv;,; -p-, ,;., 7-
The Amlrlcah League has-been reported planning to take
in botrt Lo' Angeles and San rancisco in IM, ana- test out,
wr a w ytarsinyway, the efficiency of a lu-ciub circuit, 'ine
Untativ semT.was lor Joe vtoaux to return 4o h nauve
ciiy as president of the San Itancisco ciub, wita bucity harns,
tua new assistant, becoming general manager ot the Red vox.
, Tbet National League took -a vote on expansion InU CaH CaH-forma
forma CaH-forma in 4t annual meeting in 1955. It announced that it had
uiteny no- interest In an invasion of cauiomia. itut the pro proposal
posal proposal got as many as six of the necessary etgnt yotes. only
aorae sioneham, of. the GUnts,. and Boo Carpenter, ot tne
rhilues,. vetoed tne move1. ,'. '
uMaUey's entry Into Los Angeles" means that time hai
come lor iboth majors to make up their minus. The xnationai
League can craft tne San TancU;o temtory, just as the iinsr iinsr-ican
ican iinsr-ican League can draft Los Angeieg. v" ?
' The preliminary formalities' are simple. The invading
league serves notice on the Pacific Coast organization oi iu
acuon, ana thtn.tue commlssiOflr Sets p a committee to eev
a price on the drafted franchise, pius suitable damages.

Lucky strike 5 1
American Legion 2 2
Balboa High School ... 2 A ;
junior college 1 4

. Last Night's Result
Balboa High 5, junior College 3
' Tonight's Game
Anier. Legion vs Balboa High

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fff'f "SiL li

Tn the last scheduled meeting

of the year for Balboa High and,
their cross campus rivals Junior,
nolleee the Hieh School rallied

for three runs in later innings.

to edge the collegians 3 to 3. to-

nignt American iiegion meets
Ralboa Hieh and on Thursday

American Legion and junior;

College ring aown tne curtain
on the 1957 pacific Twilight,'

League season.

i College got off to an early" lead
when Joe Cicero led off the
game with a triple and scored

one out later on Washburn's

ground out. Balboa High tied it
up in their half of the inning on
a single by Eyter,- a sacrifice by
Sutherland and an overthrow by

Cicero on Winklosky's ground

ball.

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GIANTS IN SPRING StHnf ridy to tnoV the B,wckhera Minaral Bathi part of their preliminary
conditioning at Meta, Ariv, Nw York Giant manager. Bill Rigney (right) and tome of hit player iH draped
in toweji Waiting their turn. The Giants opened their regular fpring training campaign in Phoenix, Aril.,

Monday. ,' '. f-.

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PACIFIC LITTLE LEAGUE
r second Half Standings

' College took a two run lead in
the third on Cicero's triple and

Bill McKeown's single, mo
Tceown went to second on Ham

ilton's wild throw tryinjr t& pick

him off at first and then Mc

TOnwn Rtol third and then

stole home with the second run
of the inning. This, finished the
scoring for college and lefty Bob
Hamilton held college in check
until he weakened in the sev

enth and was relieved by Moe
Schoch.
' Balboa High cut the College
lead to one run in the fourth
with Dur fee getting .on with a
single with one out and advancj
in; to second base.; ; on ; aV wild
pitch. More's groundei? nwent
throueh cotton's lees at second

base and Durfee came around to

score, ..;

The Schoolboys won the game

in the fifth with three big runs

on four base hits. Sutherland
walked with one away and sin

gles by Wlnklosky, Kirkiana,
Durfee and More plated the
three runs which weresufficient
for the win.

Spur Cola
Police
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Elks 1414
Gibraltar Life .
Seymour Agency

Won Lost Pet.

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'The' Golden' Harvest

0"Mallev and hi associate Dodger stockholders are in a

favoraDie imanciai position, ;on au ironu. ; -.11 tne Ntw orx
board of fcstimate permits coosiruction of tne Urooxiyn sta stadium,
dium, stadium, the Dodgers wul recoup their investments in Los Angeles,
with plenty to spare..; ; .

Bob Hamilton racked up 11

strikeouts "until the seventh
when he weakened and after
giving up two successive walks
Moe Schoch came in and put out
the college rally retiring three

men m order getting Cotton on spur Cola and

strixes, smitn on a grouna out mours.

from Schoch to Durfee and HU HU-liard
liard HU-liard went down swinging for
the final out of the game.. Ham Hamilton
ilton Hamilton held College to only' three
base hits with Cicero getting
two triples and BUI McKeown
getting a single..

Spur Cola 2, Seymour Agencji 1
Spur Cola retained its first
place position in the Pacific
Little League, but they had a
close call yesterday afternoon,

when they eked a 2 to 1 win over

the luckless Seymour Agency

aggregation. f
Daring an dwide awake base
running on the nart of Bowen

produced what proved to be the
winning run Bowen -walked;
went to second on an Infield hit

by Mounts, and seeing that

third base was left unguarded,

he went to third and when tne

smoke settled down, he was a a-crpss
crpss a-crpss the plate.-
in the last inning. Boatwrlght

practically duplicated Bowen's
stunt, because he too went to

third when, it was left unguara-
ed. -.5
Snur: Cola's Ditcher. Walker.

proved his mettle when, in the

iourtn inning, eeymour loaaea
the aacks with no outs, yet did
not score.' His opponent pitch

ed a commendable game, allow allowing
ing allowing only five blngles.

The duo that was credited with

two hits each were Zelnick of

Peart of Sey-

The box score:

Lem Rirkland and Jerry Dur Durfee
fee Durfee led the winners at the plate
with two hits li three trips for
each man.
Tonight the American Legion
meets Balboa High School. Wal Wal-ly
ly Wal-ly Trout will go to the mound
for Legion and, Wayne Wall will
serve them up) for the School Schoolboys,
boys, Schoolboys,
The box score:

Seymour
Herrine rf

Calleja x 1

Corngan c .

Boatwright ss

Raymond If, 3b

Pearl 2b
Anderson lb
Arosemena 3b
Blaney rf ...
perra cf

Ab R

2 0

xBatted for Herring

Spur Cola

Bowen c
Mounts rf
Zelnick lb

Starkenberg ss 3

Bradshaw cf

Mikulich If ....
M. Arnold 2h
Albritton 3b .
Abernathy .3b
Walker p

Fastlich League

t

STANDINGS

Team W
Oceiots 6

palomas 6

Pumas 5

Pericos 4
Conejos .. .. .'. 4
Macaws 2

Pet GB
.667 r-

.637
.550
.500
.444
.200

1
2
412

Palomas Peck Pericos 11-4
Tn o varv Itrinnrfant r.nmp

w TV j iuiLrw.Htv .udimt I
with onlv one rpcriilar scheduled vlln M

.. v -d ..u yj A

For the Palomas Huddles'ton
led with two for two paced by
Garcia with three for four. For
the Pericos T. Bright led with
one for one followed by Baggott
with three for four, ,t ,.
The box, score: ',;!;
Palomas Ab B. Vt,

natngaoer zd ;.. 3
Allen cf ...rvo'.... 5

Garcia c 4

2

Cleo Burns of Brazos, and Katie
Call of Panama each, came througi
with 99 points for ber respective
team.
Saturday's scores added to the
scores made at Brains nuts Pana

ma in the winner's sDnt with IV, runs had scored.

points. Summit keeps her seconr The palomas scored two In
place with 712 points. Amador, the second on three walks, a

moves to third place with 668.'sacriiice Duni, two errors; tnree

Palomas took the big one and

moved up to tie the QceloU. Al Although
though Although the first half ends
Wednesday, these same two
teams will meet Thursday to
play off a -game that ended in a
tie on January 31 at the Fastlich
Ball Park.
The pericos sent Conklin
Martin and Fulop to the mound
in an ef fortLo stop the Palo Palomas,
mas, Palomas, but seven walks and some
timely hitting saw the palomas
through with runs left over.
Kline went all the way for the
Palomas, giving up six hits,
striking out ten and Issuing five
free tickets.
In the last of the seventh the
Pericos caught fire and for a
while it looked like they were
going to come up with one of
their last inning rallies but Kline
pitched his way out after three

Huddleston ss ,....... 2

Sander lb ............. 3
CaldweH rf ........ 4
Dolan If 2
Browder x 0

Weade ss' 2 4 -".'

Ness "lb 3 B"ft-

M.

1 '"

Bae;gou. c
Fulon 3b. p
Bright, F. rf
Brown rf ...
Martin cf.
Metheney lj
Ward If ....
Marcnm 2b
OonHln n ; ,.
Wricht. T. cf

Eddleman rf

........... ? rt''i"r
3b ....... S l- rV"
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n nr.nnn
1 i-?.r
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1 br.i:fii

xWalked for. Dolan in the"Thlj

in the third on singles by Gar

cia. Allen and Huddleston: three

in the fourth on singles by Gar

0 0

Brazos total was 648.

This tournament was' marke.l

by high spirits and rivalry. There! cia and Caldwell and three in
were strong players on e v e r y j the seventh on a double by Gar Gar-team
team Gar-team who should present high 1 cia, three walks and a hit bat bat-competition
competition bat-competition in the Handicap touylter.
nament and the Isthmian Women si The Pericos scored one in the

Championship tournament whic'i! fourth on an error and a doiiDie

Change Of Schedule
On Thursday of this week Sey Seymour
mour Seymour Agency plays Elks 1414,
and Spur Cola plays Polica on
Friday.

Along The Fairways

PWGA NEWS
The Panama Women's Golf As

sociation Inter club tournament

for 1957 was won by the team

from the Panama Golf Club. The

first half at Brazos Feb. 16, and

the second half played at fort A A-mador
mador A-mador last Saturday.

The Inter-club matches are at
annual PWGA event. Teams re representing
presenting representing the women golfers from
each-dub compete for a roving
trophy, which must be won threv

consecutive yea-s to be retained
permanently. Presently the teams

are competing for a lovely trophy

which was donated Dy Mercurios
three years ago The team repre representing
senting representing the Panama Golf Club has
nnw won it. twice. 1956 and 1957. 1

Saturday's matches were played1

in foursomes because tne team

from Fort Davis withdrew. Play

ing for Amador were Connie Bish Bishop,'
op,' Bishop,' Ethel Perantie, Bobbie Hughej

and Beverly Dilfer. On the Brazos
team were Cleo Burns. Ruth Lin-1

coin. Dotty LaCroix, Edith Mathiei

son. The Panama team was Kaoe
Call, Sylva Carpenter. Irene Rob-I

inson, Mary Burgs. Feari Trim.
T.vnn Jones. I)uise Jones, and

Harriet Sereer played for Summit

Scoring points, 8-6-4-2 the day's

results were:
Panama 377
Amador 374
Summit 368
Brazos 321

The high point player of the day

wis Harriet Serger from summit
who oiled up 103 ooints for h e r
team, Beverly Dilfer of Amador,

will follow later in the year.

i
The Mercurio Cup will be offi
cially presented to the Panama
team for 1957 custody, at the
PWGA tournament at Rodman on
March 16.

by Baggott; three walks and a

hit batter.
The Pericos scored one in the
fourth on an error and a double
by Baggott; three in the seventh
on three walks and singles by
Baggott and Weade.

Fashion... a man's world too

College Ab R JI Po A
Cicero, ss 3 2 2 1 4,
W. McKeown. c 2 1 1 5 0
Washburn. If .... 3.0010
Charles, 3b 3 0 0 0 1
Raybourne, p ... 2 0 O 0 2
Wood, lb 2 0 O 10 1
Cotton. 2b 3 0 0 t 2
O smith, cf .... 3 0 0 0 0
HUliard. rf 3 0 0 q 0
Totals 24 3 3 It 10

Balboa High School

French, cf .....
Ryter. rf

Putherlarud, 2b
Wlnklosky. ss
wtrklnnd. If ..

Trimble, e

4 Marvin Krattler, the" real estate man who bought Ebbets Durfee. lb
Fielo, and the Montreal Parkland now ha purchased la 1 More. 3b ..
Grange ield In Fort Worth, is readying to acquire Wrigiey wml'ton. p

jf jeld u well. ecnocn. p

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9

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1 0

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If the city administration persists In blocking the Brooklyn

Sports center project. U Aiauey will nave a wonoeriui spot lor
relocation; Stockholders of the Brooklyn club have been tak taking
ing taking ejeite financial beating, year after year, if they have
enjoyed any dividends at alL these have beca an ere tokee pay payments
ments payments Xbrced by the SEC t
In Los Angeles, where-the county Is ready to build a vast
all-weather, all-utility arena, the colorful Coopers would outoo
even the spectacular success of the. Braves in Milwaukee, vhicn
has topped the major leagues in attendances of better than 2
million a season. Los Angeles beckons to Brooklyn stockholders
. with a golden harvest. v : -
The National League last summer told OTtfalley that U
would approve the transfer, of neither the Giants nor the
Dodgers. .
However, If CMalley came into a league meeting with an
mergency appeal, -with a hardship,. demand that a Brooklyn
club without a home, and without prospects of building one, be
permitted to find quick and lush asylum in California, what,
would be the answer?

Totals

26
r V

8 9 21 A

Score By Inning

Jon.' Co'!re
Balboa High

lnSnnoa-3
100 130 x S

SUMMARY Winning nltch-

er: Hamilton 1-6). Losing!
pitcher: Raybourne '2-2. Struck
out by: Hamilton 11 Schoch 2,
Raybourne 3. Bases on baPs: 1
Hamilton 3. Raybourne 3. pitch- j

int recora j: Himuion 3 runs i
hits in 6 inninrs: Schoch 0 runs
0 hits tn 1 inning. Three bc
hit! Cicero 2. Umntr-. W.

Willi ms and p. Corrigan. Scor

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Rooms
1 POR RENT: Nicely furnish-
d, large, clean, cool room,
' private bath and -entrance,
"excellent situation and neigh-
borhood. Call 3-0775. Panama.
Resorts
; Baldwin' furnished apart apart-menti
menti apart-menti at Santa Clara Baaeh,
Telephone Smith, Balboa 3681.
FOSTER'S COTTAGES and large
beach house. One mil past Ca Ca-'
' Ca-' sine. Phono Balboa 1 866.
PHILLIPS' Oceanside Cottages
Santa Clara. Box 1890 Pana Panama,
ma, Panama, R. da P. Phone Panama
3-1877, Cristobal 3-1673.
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USED CARS
'52 FORD
2 Door
$ 850.
'55 CHEVROLET
4 Door
1,750.
'53 CHEVROLET
2 Door
1,250.
'55 PONTIAC
4 Door
1,650.
55' FORD
4 Door
1,750.
'55 FORD
2 Door
1,750.
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TELEPHONE 2-0740

Apartments
ATTENTION, 6. I.I Just built
modern furnished apartment, I,
2 badroomt. hot, cold water.
Phona Panama 3-4941.
FOR RENT: Two apartments
one bedroom, living room din dining
ing dining room and bathroom. Tele,
phona 3-4461, Vista Hermosa,
Francisco Fil6s street No. 27.
Houses
FOR RENT: Chalet at Golf
Heights, completely furnished:
3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, living-dining
room, kitchen,
maid's room with bathroom,
hot water, large garden. Tele Telephone
phone Telephone 3-1834.
FOR RENT: Modern furnish furnished
ed furnished chalet with hot water. Call
3-5403, 7a. street No. 26 Golf
Heights.
FOR RENT: Four roam and
three bathroom chalet, wall
located. 43rd street No. 60.
From 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.
FOR RENT: Completely furn furnished
ished furnished residential home: garage
garden, 4 bedrooms, maid's
room, 2 bathrooms, porch, ves vestibule,
tibule, vestibule, laundry room. Also spa spacious
cious spacious room with separate en en-tlanca,
tlanca, en-tlanca, suitaable for office, busi
ness or for sub leasing. '43rd
street No. 27, Bella Vista.
FOR RENT: Nicely furnish furnished
ed furnished chalet at 48th street. Living Living-dining
dining Living-dining room, three bedrooms,
kitchen, back porch, garage.
Master bedroom and back
porch airconditioned. For furth further
er further information call Panama 3 3-4641.
4641. 3-4641. FOR RENT: Modern House
on La Cresta, 3 bed 2 bath bathrooms,
rooms, bathrooms, living dining room
porch, garden, garage. With
car; large guest or maid's
room with bathroom. Hot wa water
ter water 2 airconditioned, all furn furnished.
ished. furnished. Ave Gabriel Duque and
next steps to Via Espana. Tel.
2-1852.

I Same Old McCarthy

jupremcaQun
WASHINGTON, Feb. 27 (UP)
Supreme Court Justice William J.
Brennan Jr. denied today he ever
referred to an Investigation of
Communism by Sen. Joseph R.
McCarthy (R-Wls) as "a Salem
witch hunt."
Under an hour-long characteris characteristic
tic characteristic grilling by McCarthy, Brennan
also agreed that communism is
"a conspiracy against the United
States."
The nomination of Brennan, a
New Jersey Democrat, now is
pending before the Senate Judic Judiciary
iary Judiciary Committee. He is serving on
the high court under a recess ap-
jpomtment by President Eisenhow Eisenhower.
er. Eisenhower. I Although he is not a member,
the committee gave McCarthy the
I privilege of cross-examining Bren Bren-Inan
Inan Bren-Inan about his complaint that the
I former New Jersey Supreme
i Court justice "has a reputa reputation
tion reputation ... of conducting a back-fence
j sniping against anyone who dares
I expose Communists."
I McCarthy's cross-examination of
1 Brennan marked his return to the
use of the congressional hearing
as a forum for pressing his pri private
vate private war on communism or anyr
one he consider soft on commun communism.
ism. communism. As in the days when he headed
Communist-hunting groups, Mc McCarthy
Carthy McCarthy spoke in deliberate tones,
clashed heatedly with Democratic
members! shouted "let me finish
my question" when interrupted
and complained that he had diffi difficulty
culty difficulty in obtaining direct answers
from the witness.
But although he was the main!
attraction at the hearing, he wasj
not directing the session as he did
in 1953 and 1954 when he investi
gated alleged communism in gov government.
ernment. government. Nor was he the principal!
figure as he was in the famous
televised Army-McCarthy hear-j
ings in 1954.
Brennan at first balked at an answering
swering answering McCarthy's question on
whether he regards communism
at "merely a political party or a!
conspiracy against the United;
States." He explained that there
were cases involving communism!
before the Supreme Court. j
When Sen. Joseph C. O Mahoney
who was presiding at the time,
assured him the question should
be considered apart from any
pending case, Brennan replied:
"Communism i s a conspiracy
against the United States."
McCarthy demanded to know
when "by one little word" Bren Brennan
nan Brennan has approved the exposure of
Communists. Brennan said that he
had no occasion to do so in the
speeches McCarthy cited, but he
added: -i
"I'm very much for it expos exposure)
ure) exposure) very, very much for it but
I want to see that we do not dissi dissipate
pate dissipate our efforts by not doing it
effectively."
At one point, McCarthy accused
Brennan of uttering "the tame
kind of gobbledegook" be had read
in the Communist Daily Worker
and "every left-wing paper."
"I wonder whether Supreme
Court justice can hide behind his
robes and conduct a kind of guer guerrilla
rilla guerrilla warfare against investigating
committees McCarthy said.

C L A S S

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BARDO No. 26 "B"' Street MORRISONi-4th of July Ave. & J St. LEWIS SERVICE Ave. Tlvoll No. A FARMACIA EST ADOS UNIDOS 149 Central Ave
FARMACIA LUX 164 Central Avenue HOUSEHOLD EXCHANGE J Fo. de la Qua Ave. No. 41 FOTO DOMY Junto Arosemena Ave. and 33 St. FARMACIA
VAN-DER-JIS 50 Street No. 53 FARMACIA EL BATURRO Parque Leievre 1 Street FARMACIA "8AS Via Porrai 111 NOVEDADES ATMS Beaide
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Automobiles
FOR SALE: 1951 Mercury.
Good condition. Owner leaving
for Slate. Call 828-3425. La.
cona.
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.
FOR SALE: 1952 De Soto, 45
Dr. Automatic Transmission,
Power Steering, motor recently
completely overhauled.'' Good,
tires and body. $725.00 or best
offer.! Call Mr. Grote, Panama
3-0010 Ext 12, 7:30 a.m. to 4
p.m.
FOR SALE: 1956 MG 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 2-2374 be between
tween between 5:00 to 8:00 p.m.
FOR SALE: 1954 Plymouth
rtation wagon, with radio, good
tires, and good condition, $1. $1.-400.00.
400.00. $1.-400.00. Tel. 5-585, Hie. 201, Ga Ga-tun.
tun. Ga-tun. FOR SALE: 1949 Pontiae club
CPE, extra clean, excellent
mechanical condition', seat cov covers
ers covers like new 68,000 miles. Must
see to appreciate. Will accept
best offer over $400. Ph. Al Al-brook
brook Al-brook 6280 or 2167.
FOR SALE; 1954 Balair Chev Chevrolet,
rolet, Chevrolet, 2 door, hardtop, power power-glide,
glide, power-glide, power, steering, light blue
body, white top, 23,250 miles.
Battery, points. Sparkplugs,
muffler end tailpipe replaced
since 1 Jan. 57, rubber fair.
Phone 82-2261 Qtrs. No. 29,
Quarry Heights.
FOR SALE: 1947 Pontiae 2
door Sedan two tone, blue and
gray, good condition, Phona
Balboa 2-3769, before 5 p.m.
FOR SALE: Chevrolet or Ply Plymouth
mouth Plymouth 1953 model. Very good
condition. Low mileage. Sell
either one. Telephone Balboa
2409;
FOR SALE: Oldsmobile Su Su-.
. Su-. per 88, 1951 four, .door Sedan,
beet offer. Albrook 3226.
FOR SALE: 1954 Ford Cust Cust-em
em Cust-em Ranehwagon, excellent eon
dition, two tone finish, radio,
overdrive. No trade-in. Call Pa Panama
nama Panama 2-3125 8:00 1:30 and Pa Pa-name
name Pa-name 3-5399 after 2 p.m.
FOR SALE: V- Cadillac 1951 4
door Sedan Model 62 Black
with all deluxe accessories.
Call Albrook 4109 after 4 p:rru
LIFE INSURANCE
call
. ;" . JIM RIDGE
. : ; General Asent
Gibraltar l ife Ins. Co.
for rates and information
Tel. Panama, J-0532
I TRANSPORTS BAXTER. S. A.
Packers Shippers Movers
Phones 2-2451 2562
' Leant Riding at
PANAMA RIDING SCHOOL
Riding b Jumping Claiset daily
3 to 5 p.m. Phone 2-2451
j er by appointment.
Balboa Service Center
BEAUTY SHOP
SPECIAL COLD WAVE
$7.50
Monday Tp.ru Thursday
Balnea l-5
ret li h .prnonnel their
famine only.
nfw canjgn
Model V
With F 1.2 Lens
at
Panama, 14. Tork
Colin
EXCHANGE
HOUSEHOLD
SELLS
e Deublr beds whh
tprlnc and mat treat. MJK
MeUl chests
drawers
M'ardrebn 1S-H
Dinette SU
Metal Sideboards ... 1S.N
Metal beds (39) wit
sprints
e Cribs with new -.
mattresMs
e CnW Tables ..i..
a Lrntins ........... 3f
e Chairs IM
National Ave. Ne. 41
Phene J-4ll r J-7341

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Miscellaneous

FOR SALE: Hand made whit
linen pollera black cross stitch
' with petticoat. Can be seen 8
to 1 daily at 49th street No. 9
(Avenida 3a. No. 9).
FOR SALE: Power trans-,
formers: Pri. 110 v., 25 or 60
eyv Sec. 300.v, 90 mills. 6.3 v.,
4A. S v., 2A New In factory
cartons $4.50 ca. 2-3290,
Baby orchids corsages, bou,
quets delivered anywhere U.S.-'
A., Canal Zone Panama. Tele'
phono Panama 3-0771, Cristo Cristobal
bal Cristobal 1033.
FOR SALE: 8" tilting arbor
bench saw and 6" grinder,
powered by 1-2 HP double end
shaft 60 cycle motor Air
compressor complete with
spray gun with 1-3 HP 60 cycle
motor. All mounted on 28 x
28" steel frame tool bench on
wheels. 759-C Barnebey St. 2 2-4413.
4413. 2-4413. FOR SALE: Knabe Grand
Piano' best offer by Feb. 28
($700 minimum). Phone Bal Balboa
boa Balboa 3672 between 4:00 and
7:00.
General
ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS
DRAWER "A." MABLO
BOX 1211. CRISTOBAL. C.Z
. CHICKS: DAY bid whit
males, $6.00 per hundred. Del Del-ively
ively Del-ively date Friday March first.
Hacienda Fidanqu S.A. Tel. 3 3-1161,
1161, 3-1161, Panama.
IHJ(H)(E
840 JLtfa Panama Uty
1090 Kcs Colon
Telephones: -306e Panama
1063 Colon j
"PRESENTS I
Today, Wednesday, Feb. 27
P.M. I
4:00 Feature Review
4:30 What's Your Favorite (re (requests
quests (requests taken by phone
till 3:00)' 1
1:30 News
6:35 What's Your FaTOjUe
(cont'd)
8:00 Allen Jackosn Commen Commentary
tary Commentary (WRUL)
8:15 BLUE RIBBON SPORTS
REVIEW (Pabst Beer)
6:30 Hawaii Calls (WRUU
7:00 Halls Of Ivy
7:30 VOA Report from U S.
1
8:00 Music By Roth
8:30 Musical Theater
9:00 You Asked For Jt (re (requests
quests (requests taken by phont
- till 7:30)
10:30 Cavalcade Of America
11:00 Jazz Till Midnight
12:00 Sign Off.
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Tomorrow, Thursday, Feb. 8
A.M.
6:00 Sign On Alarm Clock
Club (requests taken
by phone till 7:00)
7:30 Morning Silon Concert
8:15 Church In The Wildwood
8:30 Musical Reveille
9:00 News
9:15 Sacred Heart
9:30 Paris Star Thne
10:00 News V
10:0' Spins and Needles (re-
quests taken by phone
Ull 8:30)
ii. nn u.vi
ll':05-S pins And Mit dlei
(cont'd)
11:30 Meet The Entertainer
12:00 Newa
r.M.
12:05 Lunch time Melodies
12:30 Sweet And Hot
1:00 News
1: IS Music Of Manhattan
1:30 Sons Of The pioneers
1:4S Spirit Of The Vikings
2:00 Tex Beneke Show
2: IS Freddy Martin Show
2:30 Much-B i n d I n f-In-The-Marsh
3:00 Hank snow .And
HI
Rainbow Ranch Boys
3:15 Sammy Kaye Show
3:30 Music For Thursday
4:00 Feature Review
4:30 What's Your Favorit ire-
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UUCOU ra klU ut vtiwin
till 3 00
8 30 News t
.:3S-What's Tour Favorite
're. mmen-
a-iBT tnr RiPKOii k ports
inPhat leeri
..,o SflJu;
7:00 Good Show
T:30 VOA Report from OA
8.00 EJiiabethan Theater
8:30 Take It From Here
9:00 You Asked For It tre

?,Kr Uk'a by Ph0D'ibasketban(r any other pro sport.

10:30 Music From Hotel O Pan-

sma- I end baseball ron tracts binds s
10:45 Temple Of Dreams 'player exclusively to bis chib nu null
ll null :00 Concert Under The t4rs j lesa be is sold or traded to anotber
12:00 Sign Oft. 'team.

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Real Estate
FOR SALE: Fully furnish furnish-d
d furnish-d concrete house, Santa Cla Clara
ra Clara Beach, $2,800.. Phona Gram Gram-lich,
lich, Gram-lich, Gamboe 6-441.
FOR SALE:-AMERICANS
Lovely level lots in Transisth
mian Highway, near Zone bord border,
er, border, 15 minutes"; from r Balboa.'
$800 total price, only $200 down
$10 monthly. PATTERSON 3-.
1114.
' '..';-' ; ,'!-". '.'T'" .T'-
' FOR SALE: BARGAINort-"
ly $1,500 down, larga 3 bed-'
room house on concrete col columns,
umns, columns, nice cool lot. Radio Ci City,
ty, City, price: $7,500. P ATT ERSQN
3-1114.
FOR SALE: Only $544 down,
$28 monthly; one bedroom cha-'
let, dining living room; bath,
porch, 10th. St. Rio Aba jo.
Price: $4,444.00 CASA P.ROPIA
3-1114.
FOR SALE:' Wooden and
concrete house at San Francis Francisco
co Francisco do la Calata, 92nd Street. No.
62. For information telephone
3952, Coeoli, C.Z. ';' k t v
SERVICES
$2.50 for local TV service calls
UNTIL March 15 to acquaint
you with our service. SAME.
DAY service if you call be before
fore before 7 p.m. Oupj work is un unconditionally
conditionally unconditionally guaranteed. Open
9 a.m. to 10 p.m. daily. P.honej
2-4616, U.S. Television (all serV
ke e.o.d.). ,v :.
Lymon 6- Teenagers
(Continued from PMe 1)
Wednesday of Frahkie and the
Teenagers, who are under con contract
tract contract with the local agent of
Viceroy clgarets.
Two. more performances have
been scheduled for next week
Thursday, one at the Tivoli
Theater and the other, at the
Rio Theater. -The
nromotors have an option
of holding over Frankle and the
Teenagers lor the' "carnavajito"
dance j on the- Saturday after
Carnival-at the Viceroy "toldo,"
which has pegged prices at $2
for men, women free. : ,f
Kef auver Orders
Anli-Trusl Probe
01 All Pro Sports
WASHINGTON, Feb. 27 (UP)
Sn. Estes Kefauver (D-Tenn) to-.
day ordered a comprehensive
study of the anti-trust status of
professional sports, to determine if
further congressional' action is
warranted,
His order was prompted by the
Supreme Court's refusal Monday
to give professional football the
same immunity from antl -"trust
prosecution that is now enjoyed by
organized baseball.
Rep. Patrick Jr Hillings (R-Cal),;
a member of the House Judiciary
Committee, introduced a bill to
day to bring professional baseball
under federal anti-trust laws.
There was no immediate indica
tion hew it would fare.
Kefauver said he has directed
the staff of bis anti-monopoly sub subcommittee
committee subcommittee to "look into the whole
question and thoroughly research
the background." I
"Then the subcommittee, at an
early me ting, can consider,
whether H should look into, the sit
j un """ De aaea-
If the findings warrant. Kefau
ver said, the subcommittee could
i l. ...it i i
launcn iun-acaie invcaugauiHi tl
problems raised by Supreme Court
rulings on the status of profession
al sports.
The group, sn arm of the Senate
Judiciary Committer!, then could
draft any legislation it deemed
necessary.
In the past, Congress has failed
to. act on legislation which would
fut baseball, under the- anti-trust
aws. It also has taken no action
on legislation to give baseball a
formal exempion from the anti
raftnocoly statutes V ' J
Kefaover, who played football
for the University of Tennessee,
said he plant .to read the high
court's' to 3 football decision in
full. He added he has received
some memos on the question of
professional sports snd anti-mon-j
opoly: laws.. I
In Philadelphia, National Foot-'
hall Ijtteaf Commissioner Bert;
1 i
j Bell. said. 1 naually thought s'l1
'popl had the am riehts but if,
tney're different according to thej
'"otfJ comment from N. F. 't!
" generally cautious but
lwWw wlfwf mn'n director
of the Cbic.re Cardinals, express-
ed the thought nppermost in most
minds when be stated, "football
cart live wit heat the reserve
lint- if there's no reserve clause
in football, there won't be any
football, and there wont be any
either. f
tk- -rewrre" elsase in footbal

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FOR SALE; Mahogany din dinning
ning dinning room set, extension table
and six upholstered chairs;
made by Cowes. Mahogany
and bamboo livino room rhaira
and tables, lamps and miscel miscel-lanious"
lanious" miscel-lanious" item priced for' quick
) saie.- uyu Amaaor: road, Ph.
2-2916. Bal.
FOR SALE: Refrig. 25 Cycle
3 piece living room set, bad
and spring kitchen table, dress dresser
er dresser etc. Dr. Arosemena, Bal.,
2-1295, 1524-7 Gavilan Rd. af after
ter after 5. v
FOR SALE: Washing ma ma-,
, ma-, chine; Westinghouse refrigora refrigora-'
' refrigora-' tor; i miscellaneous household
items. Call 4-551.
FOR SALE:1 Automatic Hot Hot-point,
point, Hot-point, matching washer and
dryer: Like new, 60 cycle
$440.00. Phone 2-1632, Balboa.
FOR SALE: 3 pc Mahogany
living room, set consisting of
pavenpart and 2 Chairs $50
good Condition. Call 87-5188.

Most Powerful Reactor In West Europe
Will Slash Tests From Years To .Weeks

LONDON, Feb. 27 (BIS) Har Harwell's
well's Harwell's most recent and biggest
pride and joy was recently declar declared
ed declared open and fit for use by the Pres President
ident President of the Royal Society, Sir Cyril
Hinshelwood. It takes the form of
a new research reactor called Dido
which has taken two and a half
year? to build and cost close, on 2
million pounds, according to the
Manchester Guardian.: ; ; ; ;
When it is working flag out
some time, in the new year it will
provide' a more intense source of
neutrons for- experimental use than
any other reactor in Western Eu Europe.
rope. Europe. It is true, however, that the
United States has one which will
provide a more Intense source of
neutrons, while the Canadian reac reactor
tor reactor NRX yields one ofe qual inten intensity
sity intensity over a greater volume.
; 1 Nevertheless reat things are ex expected
pected expected of Dido,-largely because it
will jmlike,, possible? to carry out
in a matter of, weeks experiments
that "would have taken an equal
number of years in the older reac reactor
tor reactor Bepo.' It will be Used to deter determine
mine determine more accurately the charac characteristics
teristics characteristics of fissile and other atoms
and to see how materials which
might possibly be used in future
power reactors stand up to the ef effects
fects effects of prolonged Irradiation in a
reactor. One of the Immediate aims
of the research teams using Dido
will be to find the best ways of o-
perating reactors like those at Cal-
der Hall at higher temperatures
than those now used, so as to a
chieve greater fefficiencyi
But Dido itself is not a bit like
Calder Hall. For one thins it uses
asfuel aft alloy of aluminium with
ranium which has been highly en
riched in uranium-235. Then,' in
stead of carbon dioxide Eas and
graphite, heavy water is used both
for slowing down neutrons and. car
rying away the heat 10,000 kw of
it at full power wjiich the reactor
will produce. These materials have
been used because they provide
the most economical way of achiev
the core of the reactor.
In Steel Tank
The active core of the reactor Is
not much bigger than a large oil-
drum. Arranged around this is a
complicated shield of lead,. Doron,
and concrete meant to protect peo
ple from radiation and through this
are pruviucu cuumieis wimwii
low access to the core for experi
mental purposes. The whole struc structure
ture structure is housed inside a large steel
tank of 1 1-2 in. steel plate, design
ed to contain the radio-active poi poisons
sons poisons that would be released in the
event at Harwell they insist that
it is a most unlikely event of
some accident.
By most standards, and certain
1 hv those which annly in the uni
versities. Dido Is a research tool
to be envied. Building cost was 1.2
million pounds. The heavy water,
which has come from the United
States, at 20,000 pounds a ton, cost
200,000 pounds and the fuel woras
out at 60,000 pounds, cacn cnarge
will last six weeks.
Here, then, is a research tool
whirh rosin more than twice as
much as the largest piece of equip
mnt now heine built at a unlver
sity the radio-telescope at Jod-
rell Bank, one nas oniy wjemcm wjemcm-hr
hr wjemcm-hr thai two other reactors which
sre similar In most respects to Di-I
do are being built at Harwell ana
at Dounreay to realise how fwell
atomic energy is being provided
for. There is no suggestion, of
course, tbst these facilities will he
Colegas Wonenses
In Charitv Drive
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Las Coleraa Colonenses Social

and Sportlnc Club has star tea a flown in direct from Pans via
charity fund drive. It was an- Avianca, whose "El Colombian"
nounced today., flight is the fastest service svsil-
InformaUon regarding theieble between Paris and Panama,
drive will be riven to Interested The shipment wss loaded on the
rvartt. hv wiirmt vtman Kri: I Avianca elane in Paris on Feb. 24

Rafael, Roy Mitchell, Mrs. pearl.
Harding, Miss Lena Fuenaao,
MM. Kathleen Cox and Mrs
Irene Jones.

LOSt: Seaman's Identifiea.
tion card and important docu documents
ments documents of Americo pereira Dos
Santos, value only to owner.
Substantial reward. Please del deliver
iver deliver tp the "La Hora'5 office.
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WANT E D : Exrj.;Und
houekeper. References and"
full .lnauI.jh. I I.
. ,wi, miLitifMy. VI WVWRIII, Dill- ,;
ing, serving -necesiary, Apply
; wo. il Jose banriei Duque, La
' Cresta.4.0. L
Boats f&Motciri
FOR SALE: Boat 18-foot out outboard
board outboard off shore fishing water
skiisM fiber glass covered na
leaks. Trailer 30HP Evinrude
$795.00 Abbott, Tel. 3-0625, PaV
nami. '
Lesson
Ballet, Spanish dance, guitar, la ladies
dies ladies rhythmic exercise, children's
rhythmic band. Mrs. Donaldson,
Phone Gulick 689.
Modern piano intru c 1 1 o n in
your home. Piano teacher Zei
Bennett. Telephone '3-1798 Pa Panama,
nama, Panama, mornings. ..'
surplus to the needs of the-atomic
energy programme.
At the Dido opening ceremony
Sir Cyril Httishelwood and other
guests also inspected the other new
reactor called Lido; which has been
so called because it Is a "swimming-pool
reactor." This means
that the acive core roughly the
same size as that of Dido is im
mersed in a large concrete tank of
ordinary water, its neutron densi density
ty density and heat output are, however,
much less, and the reactor will be
used chiefly for studying the effec effectiveness
tiveness effectiveness of various' materials for
making shields which can. stop
neutrons and other radiation.
This kind of study is relevant to
the development of reactors for
ships and aircraft, and yesterday
there were hints ..that one of. the
first materials to be tested in this
way Is heavy fuel oil, This Suggests
that some priority is being given to
the idea of developing atomic pbw pbw-er
er pbw-er units for oil tankers: it may be
possible to dispense with "concrete
as a shield by using oil instead.

The sensational "Rock 'H' Roir perfume
arrives in Panama just in lime for the
gay carnival season ;

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It's here! Direct from PariiJ Tbe im Mmatioeal "Keck RolT
ecrfume beieg received at Tecumea Airecrt by Mr. Jorge SaaveeVa, Se Se-cial
cial Se-cial ReMteirtative of Aviaoca m fanama, n4 Mr. Larry Madare, Maa Maa-ajar
ajar Maa-ajar of Agencies Ftrfwre, 24 fcaart after beiag leaded oo an Avianca
plane in Paris. ' ..

(PA-C)- "Rock n'
newest perfume of famous Mar-
quay Perfumers Is the latest sea
sation of Paris. It's so new that
"Rock n Roll"- is just being in
troduced in the States. Through
the auspicies of Agencies $eduro,
"Rock: Roll" is simultsneously
being Introduced to Panama. In
order to receive the shipment be before
fore before the Carnival season gets into
Msnager of Agencias Feduro with
the belp of Mr. Jorge Saavedra,
Snrrial Rrnrrtpnlatlvr of Avianca
in Panama, ordered the shipment
and arrived in Panama, the next'
oay, jusi zs bouts iawr.
In tbe two months during which
i"Rock Roll" perfume (labeled!

BARGAINS
i; CORNER I
KENMORE KEROSENE STOVE
slight 'damaged. .
' Regular. $169.95
Only (4 ,;,.,;.at $88.00
KENMORE Automatic dryer.
V r a'9thly damaged.
! Regular $289.95 ',
Only 2 At $144.00
KENMORE Vacuum CUaner
:'::, f-Sr Brand New.
'. Regular $5,9.95
Only 3 At $19.00
SEARS 7 Los Angeles
130:Carat Diamond
WorVhftOMfO(
; NEW YORK,' Feb. 27 (UP) -A
130rcarat, blue-white' perfect dia diamond
mond diamond valued at more than two
million dollars will be dispalyed
publicly here1 tomorrow..
v -Diamond cutter-Bernard Dehaan
worked more tljan a year to cut
the flashing gem' one of th
world's largest perfect diamond,
from a 426-carat unpolished South
African" stone; bouvhtv by Harry
Wiriston, Inc.-.in 1955.
Winston said several clients
were interested in the stone,
which has yet to be named. He
said the buyer may qhristen the
stone with hi family na m'e, in he
tradition of the Hope diamond.
Submarine Engine
Comparisons with the Americans
are never absent on occasions like
this. . .: a 4
Sir John Cockcroft had to con confirm
firm confirm that the United Kingdom was
still dependent!,, on the United
States for heavy water at the cut
price of 20,000 pounds a- ton at
which the Americans are. getting
rid of the large stocks ot this ma material
terial material which they built upwhen it
was at first thought that hydrogen
bombs would have Jto. be made out
of tritium, which, -in : turn, would
have to be made from.neavy water.
He also confessed tht, as far as
the development Of submarine en en-cines
cines en-cines was concerned".: Britain- was
going it- alone? "This, however,
may not be bad things for the A-
mericans seem ,?reaa-y, iu nave
bjinkjys ,on an4 ,bput small e-
cors: "; it iw.M!si..A!i..
In their new iranicnes& Jhe peo-
pie ai ijarweu were i5u auie iu
reveal how much it eost to pro-'
duce enriched uramimr; In thi
country-. .

Roll" thei'The perfume forbidden to over

20's")vhas been in the market in :
Paris, it has virtually taken that -sophisticated
city by storm. Pa
rt ail Irtnina cmn a ,aiu Kah
it' ':- 1
The scent of "Rock n. Roll" ex- -emplifies
tbe spirit of the music. .
it'a antial. h'a mm0nf it t
gy. Sslvsdor Dali, world famous
artist, who designed, the box and
all display material has this to say
about the "Rock n' Roll" per-'
fume: It's violent, sfrodisiac. and
dionisiac t violent conflict of
emotions.
You csa now get into. Ute spirit
tne music nut siso wilb ue exciu
ing fragance of the sensational
"Reck b' Roll" perfume of the
famous Marquay House of Paris
brought to Panama by Agencias
reuura rria j
Avianca, the oldest airline of tna
Americas.



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Harris island, s.c, Feb. 27

Marine Corps otiiciais w
h.iw lwffin reviewina a conviction.
rank-reduction and $150 line of a
batUfe-tested, drill instructor accus
ed of unlawiuiiy graouing a
bruit; by hjs shoulders.
PA-spocial court martial yester-'-
day found formar S-Sot. William
f..Rich of Canton. N.C., ratad
'an outstanding Leatherneck in
'r combat. uilty of grabbing Pvt.
Kenneth Allert Benjamin of Naw
York.
" The court maitial board of Ihree
officers and two enusien ; m
C.eared Rich of three charges of
t ilabding recruits under his com-
. Pr" o : nnrne train.
mand at mis Biraiewi
f mg tenter. He was reduced one
ori.de to. buck sergeant.
, .The Marine Corps also announc-
edthe conviction of former bgt.
Clifton L. Jones of Pensacola, Ha.,
' iiuan earUer trial by a summary
':. fcdttft martial on a charge of atnk-
tag recruit..
1 jtohes was reduced to private
f4rst class, fined $50 and sentenced
to 30 daya i the brig for striking
Pvr James Toper of Watertown,
MY..' in disobedience of a standing
; i order not to ay "7;v.7iin
. -Both Joher and Rich had been
placed under investigation along
vlZZ i rfrill instructors to
?e tned later as" a result of com com-Jfaffls
Jfaffls com-Jfaffls made by recruit David L.
ftjrter, 18. of Hartford, Vt.
f Rirh faced a maximum sent sent-of
of sent-of s" months in prison, for forfeiture
feiture forfeiture of two-thirds of his pay for
& months and reduction to priv priv-,te
,te priv-,te on four charges originally
i fcrpuiht against him.
convicted on one court,

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ftiiw f recruit oy graouuig
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F6urlriii$iTRm$
form Film Trust
for TV-Radio Hews
LONDON, Feb. 27 (UP) The
VBrttteli Broadcasting Corporation.
" tKatik Film prg-mzauon, the
' Canadian Broadcasting Corpora Corpora-Lon
Lon Corpora-Lon and the Australian Broadcast-
fig5 Commission today announced
the formation of a trust which will
gSon'and motion picture
The trust, known as the British
Commonwealth International News
Film Agency, "wm provmc
. t. . : 1 n,.,a An film TOT
aubscribers anywhere m the world
Wiao may operate television serv services,
ices, services, produce cinematograph news news-reels
reels news-reels or who require news film for
other purpose, as for example uni-.
' yersities,'' an announcement sam.
U TskTusk
' '- MEMPHIS, Tenn., Feb. 27 (UP)
' Z -ter Ginw-K, department store
' ti manager, is upset because
elephant's telephone numr
' befi

Hij unlawfully take! The United States at tho same
W.lhffl him 'time rejected charges by the Red

f Unsold said a lady in Mississir-
r.irnhnn.ri him in anwer toms

rvspaper aa jsning ivi
phsnt to rent.
, His secretary who took the caH,
ir.inlaced the woman's telephone
r.umber, and now Gmgold cant
f:d the number, the lady or Ae
e)?pbant.
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TRYOUT The aquare-rlgged schooner "Susan Constant" idling proudly Into the?har.
bor at Hampton Roads, Va., after a test run to prove hef seaworthiness. The ship, one of
the three full-sized replicas of the ships which brought the, first English settlers to James Jamestown,
town, Jamestown, Va., 350 years ago, made the run as ,proof of her ability,, to, take part In the James-;.
town 350th anniversary celebration that begins April I. y, '

United States
Action Result
WASHINGTON, Feb. 27 (UP)
The United States announced today
that Edward Thompson Wanes, A
merican Minister to Hungary, is
being called home as a result of
the dispute with Communist Hun Hungary
gary Hungary over his status.
regime that Wailes' activities "are
irreconcilable with international
practice."
In an official statement, tho
Stato Oopartmont said tho dis dis-putt
putt dis-putt aroso ovr prosontation of
Wailss' diplomatic crtdtntialo.
Ho arrived in Budapest on Nov.
2 undor instructions to present
his credontials "promptly" to
the Hungarian government than
in power.
"It will be recalled that at this
time Mr. Imre Naey was Hunga
rian Prime Minister, -and Soviet
Armsr Ammunition
JjeZeil 111 )&tlX&
HAVANA, Feb. 27 (UP)-Pollce
reported today the seizure of an
important cache of arms and am
munition believed to .belong to the
"July 26th" revolutionary move
ment headed by Fidel Castro.
Police said the cache include!
132 grenades;1 2,000 rounds of am-
'munition for Ml rifles; a quanti
ty of dynamite sticks, and a dozen
gray fatigue caps with toe Cuban
coat of arms, as used by lastro s
rebel soldiers.
The find was made in a raid on
a small house in the Porvenir
suburb of Havana. The house war
occupied by Orlando Chavez Ne
grin, his wife and their small
daughter, but none of them was
in when the raid was made, po-
wm
Baiu-!
Tffe seized grenades appeared
to be of .Brazilian manufacture,
police reported.
The raid on the Chavez Ngrin
home was on of a series carried
out at dawn in various, sections of
Havana .oy agents ot me Bureau
of Investigations.
1 '"
'Most Beautiful1
Women llametf By
e Dietrich
. NEW YORK, Feb. 27 (UP)-Ac
tress Marleoe Dietrich t today
named Marian Anderson, Betsy
CushuiK Whilne) Edith Piaf and
the late Eleajiora Duse as the
mnct hoaiitifnt luAmon eh ir
h.d
miss Dietrich explained in an ar
tide in McCall's magazine 'thit
she' chose the four on the basis of
inner beauty of goodness and hap
plnesSi Sne said there WM
much emphasis on physical beau
ty and that such emphasis was
leading to great unhappines.
She said Miss Anderson, Negro
singer, had an inner beaut that
"shtoes1 not only in her voice; her
tace Jens ii, ana ner eyes.
Mrs. Whitney wife of the new
U.S. ambassador to Britain, J oho
Hay Whitney, waa described aa
"warm a nd kind, tolerant, re reserved
served reserved and shy."
She said Miss Piaf, French night
club singer, was "the sparrow
that became phoenix," and Mi
Duse, the late Italian actress,
"loved unconditionally and pas passionately
sionately passionately . ber hands . were
incredibly beautiful.
Pole Fault
.BURBANK, Calif.. Feb. JT fUP
Police said John Wright, 35, was
indignant when they arrested him
on 'suspicion of drunk driving Moo Moo-da?
da? Moo-da? after his car collided with
light post. They quod Wright as
......
prolesUag, "That pole Jumped out
sad hit sne." i i

Recalls En voytTo Hungary;
Of Dispute, Oh Credentials

troops for the most part had been
withdrawn from Budapest," h: the
State Department said.. "Before
Mr. Wailes was able to present his
credentials, however, the Soviet U U-nion
nion U-nion on Nov. 4 intervened in force
in Hungary."
The State Department a a i d,
Wailes, acting under instructions
from Washington, refrained from
presenting his credentials to the
Communist government w h i c h
ousted Nagy. i
"There have. been no subse
quent developments in Hungary
warranting the presentation
Wartime Chaplain
Of 'Anccn' Due At
Cristlibai Sidiy
Faiher Francis J, Ballinger U S
Naval Reserve commander am
wartime chap'ain jot the "Ancon,"
will arrive in Cristobal Sunday a
board the "Statandam" of the Hoi
land American Lines,
Ballinger was .first rescued by
the Ancon when the "Hewes," of
which he was chaplain, was torpe
doed early in the war. Later, as
me Ancon s cnapiain, he was
star witness to the fabulous histo
ry of the "Mighty A'f" wartime
service. He has written about some
of these experiences in an article
entitled Our Lady of the Mist.
Each year the men of the Ancon
have a reunion, to keep alive the
memory of he? gallant service.
They Call her the' Mighty A, the
clean,f proud common ship, which
mothered invasions from Fidala,
French Morocco,' to the grand fi finale
nale finale of Tokyo Bay.' They look for forward
ward forward to the day when their reu reunion,
nion, reunion, can be held on board, and
once again relive those hours of
glory. '.
This year, will mark their 10th
reunion and will be held in New
York, at the end of May.
Ballinger i now Pastor of St.
piuf church. Old Tappan, New Jer
H ,tnl -rt.rhed to tht Na-
1 Tl - Da. XI...rl.
r-
Who He?
Lie. i nun. r eo. zv uf pm

lip Corton O'Neal, thinks his nameition with the oservance this week
causes "too muth confusion" and of Engineers and Architects Week
wants to change K to Mohandus in both Panama and the Canal

Taka' Asaka.

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EXPERIENCE' NIGHT OF TERRO Mrs. Josephine Rendulic and daughters, Janet
11 and Joan, 13, are shown in thlr McKeesport. Pa., home after undergoing hour, of ter terror
ror terror at the hands of four tunmen.. The four thugs, tortured Frank Rendullc (right) for
i i!K ihm mMt Knnv ko tm tioldist in mn effort to leajM the hlolng place of his

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money. Rfrdu!lc said he gave is hn one 01 tft gunmen inreienea w m '"'
lie s children. Tht hoodlums fd with an esUmated 110,000 in cash and jewelrg.

credentials," the State Depart,
ment said.

It was noted that the United
Nations General Assembly has tak
es ; -no- action 1 to accept the
credentials of the Hungarian dele
gation representing the govern
ment of Janos Kadar which took
over after the Russian interven
tlon.
Engineer Models
Go On Display
In Diablo Friday
A display of models will be held
at the old Special Engineering Di
vision building No. 514S, Diablo
Heights, on Friday and Saturday
as part of the program for En Engineers'
gineers' Engineers' Week,, Relief models Of
the Canal Zone and vicinity show
ing the present, topography; and
the proposed Sea Level Canal will
be displayed. There are also geo geological
logical geological models of a portion of Gail
lard. Cut, and a working model of
the; proposed tide-lock : and shit
freeway portion of the proposed
Sea Level Canal, A large boar
shows the proposed channel widen
ing' projects, in the immediate fu
ture, for the Gailiard Cut.
' The model room will be open
Friday from 2 to 5 f.m. and on
Saturday from '9 a.m. to noon. En Engineers
gineers Engineers from the Panama Canal
Company, Engineering', and Con
struction Bureau win explain tne
models and answer any questions.
During these same hours, es es-,
, es-, corted tours of tho control tow tower,
er, tower, Mirafloros Locks will be
hold. Individual caring to make
this tour should drive to. Mira Mira-fleros
fleros Mira-fleros end park outside tho guard
gate. Children under II years
of ego are not permitted to cross
tho lock gates to : the : control
house, hut may view the tran transit
sit transit of vessels from the visitors'
stand on tho aldo wall of tho
locks.
A collection of books dealing with
vneineerinc at a profession to
getber with books on the -history
of engineering and ... special engi
neering feats are now on display
in the' main Canal Zone Library
in' the Civil Affairs Buildinv. :
The books have been collected
hv the librarian from library stock
anil ,r beine featurea in connec-
Zone.
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32nd TEAR
Republican

Civil Rights Laws Will Be OK'd

WASHINGTON. Feb. 27 ftIP
Republican congressional leaders
predicted today that Coneress will
approve civa rights iesisiatinn be.
fore Easter despite solid opposi
tion ,frora the strong Southern
bloc.
They made the forecast to r
porters followinx their weeklv lee-
jsiative nuaaie with President Ei
senhower who is seeking approval
of a four-point civili rights pro program.
gram. program. ( - r .
. However : Southerners trvinffv to
head off such legislation charged
xoaay tnat tne President's plan
couio lead to federal tyranny.
State Attorney General J. Lind
say Almond Jr. of Virginia ac accused
cused accused the .administration of
preaching "one course- of action
and basic philosophy!' on States'
rights while practicing the 'oppo
site.
End Hearings
He and Sen. Strom Thurmond
(D-SC) appeared before, a House
Judiciary ; subcommittee which
ended hearings on the program

Three-State: Dairymen's Strike
Spreads On Wave Of New Violence ;
NEW YORK, Feb. 27 (UP) A the lower Hudson Valley, where

three state dairymen's strike
spread yesterday on a wave of
new violence. ; Dynamiting, -shoot
ing and milk dumping forced sev
eral creameries to close and pos
ed new threats to the flow of milk
to 12 million persons in the met
ropolitan New York City area.
Milk traffic in New York, new
Jersey and Pennsylvania was dis
runted bv the strike by an esti.
mated 9,000 dairymen. The boy boycott
cott boycott was started Sunday by the
3,200-member ;Tri State Master
Dairy Farmers Guild to entorce
demands for higher prices a for
their raw milk.
The Dairv Farmers of Amen
ca, vith 2,000 -members, indicated
it might join tna strike tomorrow.
Strike Duty
State, police andispecial deputies
were assigned to emergency strike
duty guarding milk plants and
trucks throughout the strike area
Gov. Averell Harriman of New
York sent state ; troopers from
LOng Island -and. Alb a ny into
Orange county to try to Keep or order.1
der.1 order.1 New Jersey police escorted
milk' trucks and the 'sheriff of
Wavne County. Pa 'asked Gov,
George M. Leader for emergency
police protection.
New Jersey'a Gov. Robert B
Meyner warned strikers the state
would not toieraie moo violence.
The first strike violence in
Pennsylvania was reported at
Honesdale. where three auto loads
of men halted a milk truck ano
poured 600 gallons of milk on a
highway.'
. Ninety oickets and sympathizers
fathered outside the Dairymen's
League processing plant in Hones-
dale and poured Kerosene over
ram of milk on a delivery truck.
The plant refused to accept the
milk, fearing it nao oeen contam contaminated
inated contaminated : '- :.
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In New York State, the strike jl J ,JJ, r ---- n (? w ;? ;'-. ., 1
spread to. Utica and Rome,-and ,( gill 1 -Hf v 1

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PANAMA, B..P., WEDNESDAY; FEBRUARY 87, 19S7

. Congressional

today.' Tbi group plans to start
drafting a bill tomorrow, x
House ; Republican Leader "Jo
seph W. Martin Jr.. said it would
take thev: House pnly about" twoi
days to pass- the leg Wation once
it gets to the floor, i
Senate GOP Leadof Wflliam F.
Knpwlarid (Calif) said he expected
the Senate Judiciary Committee to
complete action .around March 5..
He said he hoped for Senate pas passage
sage passage before, the Easter recess.
Thurmod told the subcommittee
he opposed the legislation, because
ne aia not, wam to see tyranny
"foisted'; on the American people
under? the alias of civil rights."
Police Into Homos
He s'.id it would enable the gov
ernment '"to send federal detec detectives
tives detectives snooping throughout the land.
f ederal! police could be sent into
the home of any citizien charged
with violating the civil, rights
laws."
Almond said the proposed Civil
Rights Commission would amount!
to a ''Frankenstein monster" with
new violence was reported. About
4,500 gallons of milk were poured
ontd a highway near Utica when
strikers halted a tank truck by
blocking a highway, ...
About 12 farmers and strikers
clashed briefly at Steuben, N.Y.,
when the farmers tried to deliver
milk. Fifty state police were on
duty in the Monroe, N.Y. area
and milk, was being convoyef
through to New York City.
; New' 'jersey was the most
troubled state in the strike area.
In i Wantage, farmer Clar Clarence
ence Clarence Stanton complained a dyna dyna-minte
minte dyna-minte stick exploded on his lawn
after it was hurled there.
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; Five 'men were arrested at' charge a "damned lie" Rresident
Slate.Hill, N.J., for allegedly fir-Eisenhower said it was ''very un un-ing
ing un-ing a 30-30 rifle bullet at a tractor wise.'' That brought Mrs. Wilson
trailer carrying milk to New York: into the act. She said the Fresh
City. Michael Lorenzo, a Newton, I dent -: should shave defended not

his truck and poUuted 220 gallons
of milk with kerosene.'
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country is safe" Abraham Lincoln. ,v i

Leaders

powers' so broad ''it would con-
stifcute a board of inquisition,"
He termed it "appalling" and
'Jincredible" that 'Mr. Eisenhower
and Attorney General Herbert
Brownell Jr. would, urge Congress
to establish such a commission.
In addition to setting? up the
commissKin, the admliiistration,
nrnirram wnuirt nrnM -in i
program; would orovidc. a srivii
rights division in the Justice De Department
partment Department strengthen, protection ofi
voting rignts ano authorize civil
suns .to prevent civil, rights violate
ions. ,
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Impossible to Continue
f- f i
i Rep, Edward J., Robeson Jrj (D (D-Va)
Va) (D-Va) ; said .the well-being of Ne Negroes
groes Negroes in the South depends to a
great extent "upon 4he igopd will!
T"

Army, Guard Delay Until Jan. 1st :
Controversial Active Duty Dispute

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" WASHINGTON, Feb. 27 UP)
The Army and National Guard
have agreed to put off .until Jan.,1
the Army's controversial order re requiring
quiring requiring six montha active: duty for
vouns uuaro. recruits, nop, wer-
ton Brooks (D-La) announced to
day, i :.
v.- The agreement covers guard e
cruits 17 to 18 years old. Guards Guardsmen
men Guardsmen over 18 will be reauired to
take the six months active training
beginning April 1, as f onginauy
ordered bt the Army. -1
Brooks told his House Armed
Services subcommittee that the
mentfl' on the compromise. He
Army and the National Guard As Association
sociation Association had reached "full agree-
said it ''should bring to a close an
ofcrcontroversy'? between the t;WO.
Public Feud.
4
V
The Armv's original "order, bit
terly opposed by the ''Guard,
erupted into .a public feud toiiow-
a. .1 i i - 4iJ M-
naa Deen USea BS a .uiut-uuuKitfK
1 .. ) t 1 1L. V.....-11 a.
ousiness auring me jruichh
The guards called Wilson's
Brooks, who had, proposed earl-
tier mat tne oraex uy awavwi w

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Predict t

by Easter

of the white citizens who presently
are their friends and neighbors,"
He said It will be "impossible to
continue"- these relationships if
the. proposed civil rights legisla legislation
tion legislation js passed.
Meanwhile, Rep. James C. Davit
re 72 Jcmf 'i,
le8,?taiur? tor- denouncing t,us
(D-tra) commended1 the Georgia
pattern of usurpation xl legislative'
functions,", by -the Supreme Court.
', But Davis said, "it would be a
mistake" to file impeachment pro,
ceedings against six justices, aa
recommended by the legislature.
He said the. resolution' would' cer certainly
tainly certainly be defeated 'with -the pres present
ent present personnel of Congress'.,
The Georgia delegation to Con Congress
gress Congress agreed Monday it would be
useless to press the resolution...

months, said the nine months post postponement
ponement postponement until Jan. 1 "settles the
two questions which have plagued
us for the past three weeks."
ri,
Presented To Full Committee
'' -.', ' -r'i ' ':'',lJ v 'i '.rT.,i 1 ''':'
The subcommittee annroved tho : v

Army-Guard compromise in exec
utive session. It now will be pre-
sented to the full Armed Services
Committee. t
Under the plan. 'Guard recruits
17 to 18V4 years old will be re required
quired required to take 11 weeks training
beginning April 1. They can vol-
unteer. for six months training if
they wish.' Guard officials have
promised to encourage tms...

On next Jan. 1 the 11-week oro-

gram would, i be discontinued and
all new Guard recruits would be
required to serve six. months on 1
active duty. t s i
The1 six montnslduty require
ment goes into effect as planned
for guardsmen over 18 'on April
This would be followed', or 54 ;
years in the Guard, in ready re-

Sill 1113. f '' .' 'I .-.r.
The' agreement provides' that;
Guard strength shall be tnain-A
tained at about 400,000 men, ap- :
proximately its present-level. The
Army ''agreed "to use every
means'," to kejjp the .Guard at this

figure. BrooKs saio.
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