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Title:
The Panama American
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Weekend American
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Newspaper
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Publisher:
Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication:
Panama City, Panama
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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]
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Panama -- Panama

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Oct. 7, 1925-
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On Saturday published as: Weekend American, Dec. 10, 1966-May 5, 1973.

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PANAMA, Erp.;: THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 28, 195T
PIYI CXNTS

Parris Island:
2 More Trials
-ijAT,-.': y.f.-. '.-' '3 ...f,
Coming Up

PARRIS ISLAND, S.C, Feb.
28 (UP'i-'-Sgt, Daniel J. Co Corey,'
rey,' Corey,' 28, is scheduled for sum summary
mary summary court martial tomorrow
on charges he shoved one Ma Marino
rino Marino recruit to the ground and
forced another to wr. nun nun-self
self nun-self with candy.
The trial, scheduled to begin
at 1 p.m., will be another in the
series of cases involving alleged
mistreatmetn of recruits by drill
Instructors at this nuge iieawi iieawi-Brnedc
Brnedc iieawi-Brnedc "boot camp.'?
Cpl. William JR. Walsh; 25, Is
scheduled to go on trial by spe special
cial special -court martial next Thurs Thurs-iay.;
iay.; Thurs-iay.; Ha allegedly plugged 11 re results.'
sults.' results.' -, .,. ; ;-- ;
The maximum under a special
jourt martial for Walsh would
a had conduct discharge, im-
jrisonment at hard labor for six
nonths, reduction to private
md loss of all pay and allow
ances. ';- V .(,,
' In none of the more than 40
court martial convictions in involving
volving involving mistreatment of re recruits
cruits recruits during the past, year
and a half has the maximum
sentence been Imposed.
: Under summary court martial
rocedure; the maximum Corey
:ould receive would toe 30 aays
n the brig, reduction in rank
md a fine., , I
''Two drill Instructors were
convicted earlier this week,
one of striking recruits and
another with unlawfully lay
Ing his hands on a recruit. ,;.
: TY, enntllffht Of BUblicitV has
ieen directed on Parris Island
mce me nvia a,'w ,v
narch" In which six, recruits
ere drowned during an y. un un-cheduled
cheduled un-cheduled night disciplinary
narch. t
., . t
nslrcclbr Leaves
SfcUS
fiM
Jnhnnv SaDO. a 'fenhis instruc
)r t the Hotel El Panama, is un un-rxtnnd
rxtnnd un-rxtnnd tn have left the Isthmus
udderilv- following the, finals of
te invitation tennis tournament
eld on the courts Sunday night.
e lso ran the tennis shop there.
He left his Job without giving
otice. it was 4earnecr xoaay. a
heck is being made' of the' inven
ry and Accounts of the tennis
Reoortedly SaPD drove to Toco
ten in his personal automobile, a
illman. and left the car there
'hen he boarded. an early plane
londay morning for Miami. --
It is understood the car had not
een paid fort. v---.t,: .-.
l -t -:i sr.-..
A middle age American, Sapp
ime to the Isthmus lat October.
His home is in :, .Birmingham,
ublfc Health v
lakes Mrs. Rcmon
rp Washington
' WASHINGTON, Feb. W
(UF) Mrs. Cecilia Finel Re Re-mon,
mon, Re-mon, Panamanian Minister of
Health, Welfare and Labor; Is
expected here today for con--ferences
with United States
officials on matters of public
health.-.;--"'
She Is understood" to V- seek seek-nK
nK seek-nK Tjnited States help for an
Improved water filtration ays
tern for Panama City.
Panamanian Ant amador'
Ricardo arias told the United
Press Mrs. Remowv plans to
itay here few days. .
He said she will probably
meet with Marlon B. Folsom,
Serretary of HeaHh, education
and Welfare and with other
officials i tn ; various govern
meet agencies.
The.-
Judge's Bench
Cwberto de Leon, a Panamanian,
as i.fied'SlO in Balboa alaffl-
rate's Court yesterday afternoon

r speeding 35 mph in a 2S-snile; developed by the Canal 2 o a e

one
Luis Carlos Rodianche. 1. Po-
imanian, was fined S10 for hav-
g no driver s license. Imposition

63 Newfietiihantis: (P
Already Oh Job M e)
(58 of Thcm.Were Jan. 1 RIF Victims)

About half of tho new

nounced several, weeks to have i been filled, a, Balboa
''Height's:' personnel source disclosed today."
; Of the 63 men who have been added to the deckhand
crew, 58 were former employes who lost their jobs jn the
reduction "of force 'stemming from the application of RP-US

Treaty clauses last Jan. 1.
Thee more of those hired lost'
their jobs about the same mtic.
but had been- on Canal rolls only
in temporary status,
." I. J. -'-x. I'tt.'i." V'?. ..
Nixon Leaves
On Handshaking
Tour Of Africa ;
WASHINGTON, Feb. 28 (UP)
Vice President Richard M. Mxon
leaves today on a miasion to
prove that the' smile and hand
shake of Amtrican politics can be
as ettective in winning friends in
Africa as t was m Asia, --
Nixon, who departs st 2 p.m
on a 17,815-mile goodwill tour of
Africa,; plans to spend as much
time as possible with the "little"
people of the nine nations he will
visit.'
The Vice Tresident used- the
same person-to-person 1 diplomacy
with reported1 success during his
1953 tour of Asia. He even broke
uo an anti-American demonstra
tion in Burma by walking up, to
talk things over with, tne uommu uommu-nist'
nist' uommu-nist' leaders. k. -
- Attractive Pat Nixon, who again
will accompany her 44-year old
husband, also plans to repeat her
Asian performance ; "by visiting
schools, hospitals and libraries 4o
compare notes with local women
leaders.- ;y v -'v
. Friend, said Nixon realizes ne
uiii nnt have ton much time for
such activities at the Gold Coast
indeDendence ceremome waren t
As President Eisenhower's person person-t
t person-t rnrentative J ho will be ne
of many top representatives of
foreign nations and will have to
sticf tp a jormai scneauie. : ((
Gold Coast Imports
Cailillacah(
For Gay Celebration
ACCRA. Gold Coast. Feb. 28
(UP) The Gold Coast lived up to
it name todav bv imoorting 150
Cadillac cars and 500 dancers ior
two-week celebration of inae
pendence. : ,: ''-hJX,!,
,Thii African colony' lust north
of the Equator officially gains Its
independence from Britain Marcn
5- However, it will join the Brit British
ish British Commonwealth under: the
name of Ghana Ghana was an
ancient kingdom which .flourished
here thousands of years ago.
Guests at the elaborate celebra
tion will include U. S. Vice Presi
dent Richard M. Nixon, represent representing
ing representing President Eisenhower, and the
Duchess of Kent, wno wui repre
sent Queen Elizabeth II. K
Radio Moscow said Deputy Chi
nese Premier Marshal Nieh Jung-
Chen and his party from China
left Moscow today by air to at
tend: tne ceieDrauons. : ;
The Cadillacs were an added at
traction in a land where tribal
chieftains no longer signify their
wealth by the richness of their
leopard skin robes, but by the size
of their automobiles.. j
Premier Kwsme Nkrumah and
his government leaders said the
cars would be needea to transport
throngs of visitors from all over
the world around the crowded
streets -of Accra. ; ; , : i I
Five hundred tribal dancers ar-j
rived from the northern territories'
of Ashantiland to practice the
show they will present before the.
big audience next week. . .. I

Plan For Payment Of Group HealfH Insurance Claims
ByCZyEmplpyes: Healih Bureau

A plan to facilitate the handling
and payment of feeaUfc insurance
claims under the proposed group
beiita insurance plan for employes
of the Canal organization is being
Health Bureau.
Col. Charles O. Bruce. Health
Director, has been in consultation

sentence wss impended for niml with members of the Group Health

another charre, that of failure Insurance Board and with tbe Gen-j
answer citation,; 'eral Agent of Mutual of Omaha on

lobs for Canar deckhandsan

4 '
The two others were transferred
from positions in the Canal orga
nization.
Heavy traffic of ships through
the Canal in December and Jen
: uiry was responsible for' the iu iu-.
. iu-. thorization for an expanded deck,
hand force on. both the Atlantic
and Pacific sides. - -
At the time of the authorzation,
the Canal's personnel people cau cautioned
tioned cautioned trat the were authorization
did not mean that the entire 130-
odd jobs would be filled immedi
ately.
On the contrary, it was pointed
out, the men would be added a;
needed.' r.-- ."
Canal traffic has continued high
in February, and is believed to
have been a factor in filling half
m autnor.ization in a few weeks
Vme.
More than 800 applicant $how $how-od
od $how-od up when Job interviews start
ed. h M--:';-'
Great care was used in-choosing
men lor me aecKnand work.
X Signature ;
On Beneficiary
Form Disputed
Testimony reeardine the Validitv
w a signature maae with in "A
by a man who had suffered a na.
ralytic t stroke was givei i in a
death-benefit case heard 1 U. &
wismct court yesterday; i
Mrs. Emily Viola Wilford. War-
i5, uivoi reu wue or me late noi
ra G. Casement; for the $1000 beni
eiit aue nia beneficiary by virtue
of his membership, in the Panama
Canal Employment ; Benefit Asso Asso-ciation;i
ciation;i Asso-ciation;i :.'s
Mr. Wilford died June 11, 1956,
w the States, r
Early jn 1954. the court was told.-
he became partially paralyezd. He
ioio a close fnned and associate
that he wished Jo chance the ben
eficiary on his insurance and sim
ilar matters. : .-The.
The. .-The. i: changeof-benefiary form
was executed, naming Mrs. Case-'
ment, but Mr. Wilford's name was
was typed in and he made an X
beside it, since he could not sign
his name, the court was told.
Mrs. Harris contends that this
document is not legal and that she
is the true beneficiary. She is re
presented by Attorney William, J
Sherldatt, Jr., : )
Plaintiff was given. 10 days yes yesterday
terday yesterday In which to present legal
briefs arguing the case.
After that Dr, L. S. Carrlngton,
attorney for the defendant, will
have an opportunity to file briefs.
IT
2 Rival Dominican
Groups In Capitol;
Police Alerted
WASHINGTON. Feb. 28 UP
rouce tooK emereencv precautions
to bead off possible trouble today
: r.
a mo rival vomuuean groups
converged on the Capitol.
The groups, one of which was
said to number about 130 persons,
arrived from New York one to
protest and the other to support a
speech by Rep. Charles O. Porter
(D-Ore.) about the disappearance
of American aviator G e r a Id L.
Murphy. and Columbia University
Professor Jesus de Galindez.
Porter planned to accuse the
Dominican government of respon
sibility' in the two disappearances.
Capitol police asked New York
members to decline passes to the
bouse gallery to members of the
groups. They cancelled customary
escorted group tours through the
House for the period of today's
House session.
this subject during the past few
days.
, The Health Director said Tues Tuesday
day Tuesday that he hopes to bo able to
makearrangements where most
of the- detsils of handling such
claims will be done at the hospi hospital
tal hospital whea a group health beneficia beneficiary
ry beneficiary enters one of the Zone hospi hospitals.
tals. hospitals. 1 - -.- -
'He said that many details of
such a pis a are still to be com

CZ Criminals
: Get More
vColorful

'"Photographic color' slides for: I
dentmcauon purposes have been
made of about half the convicts in
Gamboa penitentiary, a Balboa po
lice source revealed today.
- Another 50 persons arrested
for so called .'Class I Offontti"
'end certain other crimes have al also
so also been photographed by police
. detectives who have been sup supplied
plied supplied with modern equipment for
. making the pictures and devel developing
oping developing them m their own lebore lebore-tory.'
tory.' lebore-tory.' :-i
Class I Offenses are listed by
tne Jf m as murder, robbery, ag
gravated assault, "burglary, rap
ana other sex offenses: grand and
pptic larceny. j
uior pnotograpns are of parti
cular aid in identifying suspect
in these categories, it was pointed
out. because in this type of crime
me perpetrator is onen uranger
to the victim.
Early this month, the Balboa
detective office disclosed plans fori
setting up a file of color transpar
encieft fei use in investigations.
and for presentation in court.
Within the past week addition
al equipment has reached the
laboratory which is. enabling
them- to photograph suspects in
J'true'' color. : -..
The new gear, and the training1
the detectives have been given to
operate it, brings the staff abreast
of or far ahead of many city de detective
tective detective forces in the United-States.
; In a cosmopolitan, environment
such as the Isthmus,' where there
are people of many different ra
cial and national, strains, and a
variety of complexions, the colori
elido-ie Kffr q be, a. great im
provfuient over LUck-and
w oner
ifePWywgupets.
Every scar mote, and wrin-,
We as well os th color "of eyes
end ahade of hal-can now be
projected on a screen, net only
for us by investigators and vie
Ums, not for introduction in court
evidence. h-'.-. ',;-v'
At the moment, the detectives
are confining themselves to small
projectors, but they will soon have
a portable one about the size of a
TV set,' as well as a large screen
at police headauarters.
The large screen as used 1ni
the States is particularly useful
for what are known there .as
"show-up8" a modern develop-!
ment of the traditional police "line
up." v V
Air Force Clinches
Viclory:As Sole
User Of
WASHINGTON (UP) The Air
Force apparently has clinched its
victory as the sole armed aervica,
to develop and use intermediate
range ballistic missiles.
Secretary of Defense Charles E.
Wilson told a news conference
ioaay me Army s proposed
mile range ballistic missile, the
Jupiter, "is cancelled.
He said the United States Is go
ing to build only one type of 100-
mue range Dauuuc missile. 1
The Air Force is developing a
missile of 'this range called the
Thor. Wilson turned over control
of intermediate ballistic missiles
to the Air. Force last November.
Wilson defended the Defense De
partment s decision to slow down
work on developing an atonv-
powered plane despite the view of
Chairman Richard Russell D-Ga)
of the Senate Armed Services
Committee that more funds should
be put into-the program. ;
The secretary said "the less a
man really knows" about nuclear
aircraft "the more certain' he is
that we are making a mistake" in
slowing down work on the plane.
The plane, he said, is "still m
the imaginative stage". and
"need a miracle or two.'V ?
pleted and these will be announc announced
ed announced later after the full program
has been approved. Essentially
such a plsn would provide for t
hospital to furnish tbe insurance
firm with tbe necessary data for
payment of a claim. An employe
could then elect to- receive pay payment
ment payment direct or have it forwarded
for credit to the treasurer of the

Panama Canal Company, t lance, since March 10 was the ori ori--
- ori-- - final deadline set for dosing the
vCoL fcve said Zone health of-' tier. : ; i

THE PULSE :
OF PANAMA
FIRE CHIEF Raul Arango was
injured last night during a fire
which broke out in a central Ave Avenue
nue Avenue iewelrv store. 1 .
The fire, which starterd froni the
explosion; of a drum of inflam
mable liquid used for cleaning
watches, threatened to ignite wood-
en buildings located behind the
jewelry store on West 14th Street.
Water used by firemen to out
the fire caused consiaeraDi oam oam-age
age oam-age ta an adjoining-' merchandise
store. Extent of the damage to the
jeVelry store was not yet been es estimated.
timated. estimated. - -Arango
fell through a land
ing which had burned, but .broke
his fall by grabbing a cnarrea
beam. He suffered bruises and con
tusions, bW was : not seriously in
jured. .!' :" t :,
' Drastic action against gouging
by Panama City merchants was
predicted today by the tabloid
daily El Die.. .; W i d.Dfi,
The paper quoted sources close
to the government as saying police
and detectives will be alerted to
keep a close watch on efforts to ex-
i Phcn.upPlng pnces
? .consumer goods. ,-
Consumers also will be asked,
the, tabloid said, to cooperate by
repotting any. violation of price
ceilings t the Price Regulating Of Office
fice Office
A communique issued by I h e
General Union of Panama Workers
called on the administration of
President de la Guardia for a de de-finUe
finUe de-finUe pronouncement on the Na National
tional National Minimum Wage Commission
appointed on Jan.. 15. - tl tl-t
t tl-t The communique said that up to
now no action has been taken .to
comply with the Labor Code -with
regard to the minimum- wae eucSr.
tJ0IJ an(j iieither has -.ie govern-
pient made known its views on this
matter.
Angel "Vega Mendez; the admi-
nisirawr 01 uio iucujiicu viiiiuiv
was quoted today as describing
the lack pf i-sufficient number of
customs inspectors at the airport
as a "dangerous situation.'
. Vega Mendos reportedly said
the present staff is short of four
Inspectors and that it is physical
ly; impossible for one or two
custom inspectors on each shift
to Carry out their obs properly'
"According to the report, Vega
Mendez said customs inspectors
who earn $66 for the first fortnight
of the month and $75 for the sec second
ond second are exposed to the possibility of
accepting bribery.
Pointing out that Canal Zone
customs inspectors at Toe unci
earn approximately $500 a month,
Vega Mendez said he has recom
mended better salaries and the in
stitution of civil service regula
tions for. airport employes.
. Paha ma police have reportedly
received instructions to seize a.
ny official license plat, which is
not of we new; type issued re recently
cently recently by the government, after
today.
-The only white official plate to
be in circulation after today are
those issued to Assemblymen.
All other license plates issued by
the government are colored comDi
nations of red, green, blsck, orange
and brown.
Red China Trade
With West Upped
29 Last Year
TOKYO. Feb. 28 (UP) Commu
..:..-. -a na i-.,

- However, the official Communis lSP .... ,.
press service said, "owing to thai Boyd said Manson's political in-

aiscnminaiory poucy iuu auuerru
by the' governments of certain!
western countries, our trade witd
them coujd not develop normally
ficials have offered their full coo cooperation
peration cooperation in instituting the group
health insurance plan being offer
ed as they believe it will be of
great benefit, to the majority r of
employes. : ; -'
Canal employes were reminded
again this week that only tea days
remain for applications to be re-
'reived for the group health msur-

MM

CZ Revelers
Get Liberal,
Leave Offer
A "liberal leave policey" for em
ployes of the Panama Canal Com
pany and Canal Zone Government
will apply during, the height of the
vaiuivai lesuvmes ana on, Asn
Wednesday it was learned to-
day. i 'k. ; - :(
This policy, as outlined at othe
holiday seasons by oldtime feder
al employes, means that non-es
sential work may be allowed to
stand if employes wish to take an
niial leave. V
ine rouowmg circular is going
uui tuuy in me vanai organiza organization:
tion: organization: "In order to permit employes of
me company-government organi
zation to participate in activitie
in the Republic of Panama, a lih
eral leave policy may be followed
ror ine period of March 3 to 6, in
clusive. ,i
"All employes whose Service
can be spared during this period
may be excused from their regu
lar work activities, with the usual
cnarge to annual leave.
The days on which this oolicv
will apply are Sundav. Mondav.
Shrove Tuesday and Ash Wednes
day.
Be Neither Creasy
Nor Gruesome
Mayor Jose A. Cajar Escala
yesterday Issued a communi communique
que communique reminding the public that
persons wearing ", g r uesome,
greasy or immoral costumes
will be punished according to
lS.. ; t j.-. tt . .:m
ed .devil i- and dragons; who
stop passers-by and go into
stores begging for money.
T

h- AAt,acinn i, s.t2 : -vtetrv of State John Foster DtiU

:aued Ftb.-UT- y"J 1 devoted jnucp'-ot thcyrf time h'la) accord helped

'i'H decree -Fnlso prdvides- Irecently to forging a compromise restoraUon-of ftiaqdly

punishment for those costum- that 'would induce israei ip puu merican relations.U

Perohista Exile Uses Up RP Time,
Is Put Aboard Plane for Guatemala

An Argentine exile who made an1
urgent plea to President Ernesto
de la Guardia to remain in Pana Panama
ma Panama Instead of being sent back to
Argentina, was accompanied to To
cumen yesterday afternoon and put
aboard a plane bound lor Guate
mala. .--.'
The Peronista exile, Miguel J.
Manson Beltran. who arrived her
in transit Jan. 27 from Argentina
after spading one year m exu
inV the Guatemalan Embassy, ii
Buenos Aires said in his letter tc
the President that Immigration
Chief Rogeuo Garcia de Parede
was "suspiciously interested" i
sending him back to Argentina.
In a communique issued yester
day after publication of Manson'
letter. Foreign Minister Aqjiilino
Boyd bsstened to the defense of
the immigration chief, explaining
that Manson arrived here on a
safe-conduct granted by the Argcn
tine government, note from the
Guatemala Embassy granting nim
permission to enter Guatemala
and an in-transit csrd issued b
the airline on which wss travel
ing.--.
3C .. .. a
Boyd ssid the card is only vaua
for 48 hours, and emphasized tha
Manson had not requested a tran
sit visa which is valid for M days
However, the Argentine refugee
was notified that he could not re
main in Panama as an immigrant
or a resident, because the law pro-
vides that immigrant status cn
I Queen Rosalia
To Be On TV
Carnival Qaeen Rosalia I
will bo featured on special
program to bo telecast .from
the outdoor studios f CPU
Radio and. Television from S: S:-3t
3t S:-3t to C p.m. tomorrow, it was
announced today.
Arrompanvtng .the aueea
will be members of Her conrt.
and part of the official Carni Carnival
val Carnival orchestra. Inrraded In tbe
ppofTam will be. national
dances and mnsle of Panan
and an Interview with tbe
eaeen. In addition." trad't'em
anrroandtnr the Carnival will
be reented.
Members of the Carnival.
Jenta an also sehedalel to
appear.

- O

Ike Mollet Offer
Formula Against

Egyptian

WASHINGTON, Feb. 28 (UP) Israeli and American American-officials
officials American-officials meet here today to put the final touches on a
historic agreement for Israel to withdraw its troops from
Egyptian territory. V : 1

High diplomatic authorities said last night that ls
rael had agreed with the United States and France on a
formula for Israeli troop withdrawal that the Jewish na nation
tion nation feels will protect its borders and shipping. l
Details of the agreement were not disclosed. Formal
announcement of the historic accord was expected "this',
weekend" possibly tomorrow either at the United Na-i
lions in New York or here.
Actual Israeli troop withdrawal from the Gaza ship'1
and Gulf of Aqaba coast regions of Egypt are expected,
to begin soon after the announcement; diplomatic,

sources said.
Diplomats said further discus discussions
sions discussions between Israeli and U.S. of officials
ficials officials today are necessary to "tie
up loose ends" and put the agree agreement
ment agreement in "proper, legal language."
, If Israel does withdraw from
remaining Egyptian territory It
will be credited as a victory for
American diplomacy;
President Eisenhower and Sec-
out
French Premier Guy "Mollet and
foreign minister Christian Pineau,
clinatlons were not brought into
the matter when his requests were
denied in conformity with the law,
since he did not come to Panama
as a political exile
Manson had been contracted to
sing in one of the local dance pav
ilions during the Carnival and was
to be granted employment in the
newspaper and radio business
herl.
Boyd ssid he was neither expell
ed nor qeportea. out was wrceq
to leave because his 48 hours had!
lonf expired.
Censorship Lifted
In Cuba Bui Local
Press Treads Warily
HAVANA, Cuba (UP) Cuban
newspapers were' cautious in re
turning to pre-censorship. normal
ity today, aware that the so-called
"'aw of public order" still is u
effect under a suspension of con
stitutional guarantees.
-The law remains in effect until
rnoay or at tne expiration of a
45-day constitutional limit unless
tne government decides to extend
t-
nowever, wun me lining or cen
sorship Tuesday many domestic
and XjS. newspapers appeared un
hindered containing news
containing
of:
Cuban political developments ad
verse to the government of Presi
dent Fulgencio Batista.
The lifting of the order permit-
tea disclosure of. the fact that
JL!Ly2?.LfE2li
. Vr w Z.1 11
a comparatively short distance or

It ti rtu'eVmr. f DuBC,B S"dy Ulk Waahing Waahing-It
It Waahing-It also permitted disclosure of ton ist month, tht Telegrauh
the most dsring revolutionary a- iej.pa

tempt so far this year in Havana.

on ten. S. two gunmen tried to The newspaper pointed out that
blow up the i block-wide Ambartv. ,m1rav..i K.ta Hnul.. h

motors building in suburban LI rtBt of m amies. If SAC bases
Veda do. Two mecbanica foOed the wera peroiitted U lire these rockets
attack by dunking too dynamhe.t tntmj planes during wartime,
into pails of water after the gun- raf could not bo said to have
T ,nt..,e ,' j -. J control of tne air. y -;H' L
Had the dynamite exploded, tt. ..,?
could have collapsed the television The Telegraph also pointed out
tower atop the building and prob that some SAC bases were being
ably would have touched off a moved inland from coaxal areas
major fire in the heavily popuiat (to provide tbe U.S. striking force
ed area. maximal protection,. ;

Raiders
i ; if Vf

here for official conferences with
Mr. Eisenhower and Dulles, also
joined in the final negotiations thst
led to the troop withdrawal ac

cord. kv
It was understood Dulles paid:
warm tribute to Mollet and Pineau Pineau-at
at Pineau-at a Freneh embassy dinner last
nlgrt for, their jpart in helping to ;
reacbrthe" iietUemenVvv'- -.l'

eemeiit tn i.
French k
chief aim -of
Mouets visit here, ,v
- k j l
While terms of the, aottfemont
were not Immediately disclosed, V
it was assumed they inelodo
some elaboration of this coun- ;
irv nrrcr ui sssiixas-T gpenoifioasojai m
navigation in the gulf of Aqaba,
and to push within the UnKed
Nations for guarantees against T
Egyptian raids on Israel from
the Gaza strip. i
A U.S. "middle way" resolution
calling on the United-Nations' to
take over the Gaza and Aqaba a a-reas
reas a-reas after Ira el pulls out has been
held up at U.N. headquarters a a-waiting
waiting a-waiting developments here. ;.
It is possible the resolution, :
without the threat of sanction
it roperterdly contained, may bo
the vehicle for giving Israel the
guarantees H seeks after ie Is- ;
raelis agree to quit Egypt.
Israel has insisted it would not
Dull .t rf EevDt llnti1
,.r,np. svvnf ..m v
ble to resume commando attacks
from, the Gaza strip, nor cut off
Israeli shipping in the gulf of A A-qaba.
qaba. A-qaba. US Guided Missiles
Will Be Permitted
Af Brifish Bases ;
LONDON. Feb. 28 (UP)-The t
ted States probablv will bo al
lowed to protect its Strategic Air
Command bases in Britain with the
same guided missiles used to guard
New York, Washington, and other
I large American cities it was re-
I ported today.
The Daily Telegraph science cor
respondent said use of the deadly
ground-to-air rockets, probably the
z,zuo mpn rvue Hercules, would
violate the previous understanding
that the Royal, Air Forte would
have sole control of air space over
Britain in case oi war.
rockets by U.S. strategic air conn
n't was believed reached
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By VICTOR RIESEL '.

SCHENECTADY -. Some of us

who are gathered in this city of

electronic wizardry for a special
conference on secret defense work

security got the sudden urge to go
out and order some space helmets.
News his beer seeping in from

San Diego of an astronautics par

ley on space travel.
If tha boys thara aren't taking
it seriously in and out of their
hush-hush sessions, they've boon
wasting much time discussing,
for example., a space ship re-entering
the earth's atmosphere.
That meanr they expect to et

one off the ground for how else

couia it re-enter? And they've tus-

sled with such problems as shock

layers and descent from circular

orbits from away out.
All this means that we're pro

pelling ourse'ves into a new era

of super-secrecy in a thousand

plants such as the General Elec

tric Installation" here.

It takes millions of men to

weave together the intricate wir

ing of futuristic war and peace.
It will take human skill and pa patience
tience patience too, to make certain that
these men are not infiltrated by
those who will' pass on some se secret,
cret, secret, or some sample wiring, or
trick gimmick to the Soviet Union.
This government has tha right
to protect itr future and futuris futuristic
tic futuristic factories. The skilled workers
have tha right to work without
insult to their loyalty.
No easy problem this. It took

over 3,000,00( men to work on our
vital industrial installations since
lOjfO TLa.. AAA AAA 1

iJicsc d,uuu,uw were investi investigated
gated investigated and cleared. More than 2, 2,-000,000
000,000 2,-000,000 of these were cleared for
access to confidential information
only.
But some 750,000 were cleared
for access to secret and top t se secret
cret secret information. On the skills anl

loonies oi xnese men and wom

en depend this nation s security.

ns me macnines Decome more

hn.

man-Drained this force will ,in

crease. jo will the government's

proDiems anc tnose of industry

aim lauur

The Secret Is Cooperation

I Th review of "Death of a Salesman" by Miss Dorothy
Moody is aubscamially iair, but before everyone eise gets in
Weir 25c. worth, iet'a dissect her review, for publication.
Am a Guild member, 1 feel that sue fails to indicate any
fueling toward the memoers of the cast In their collective and
individual tremendous work toward making the play a success.
this I mean that each member of the oast renearsed for six
sqlld weeks, from 7:30 p.m. until 12 midnight. It means the di director,
rector, director, Fred Berest worked with them cojlectively and indivi indivi-dbally,
dbally, indivi-dbally, to make the show a success, each of those many nights,
sometimes taking individuals apart to show them exactly what
bit wanted.
t AU Oujld members would give their right arm to have Fred
Bereat oirecE tnem in a production. He nas mat reputation.
Therefore', it appears that criticism of any inaiviaual in "Deatn
( a Sakaman'' criticises Berest s juagmeni as a director prob probably
ably probably the best we've ever xiad on uit isinmtw. ne was av uie
quild lor tnose six weeks ot renearsai, every nignt oi it, ana
be directed each individual to speak, act, move, emote, shout,
xAik, laugn, or cry, exactly as he oesiiea ic. 'ihe complete caso
il "DOAis" is a iioauct of Berest's imagination, intense under understanding,
standing, understanding, desire, and foresignt to audience reaction. Let us all
give a rousing "Huzzah" to the director.
i Now, let us give individual and collective credit to a group
of simon. jture amateurs,, wno work in the productions because
taey love it. "Hams," perhaps, but individuals who work hard
to provide entertainment for their community in the only man man-nfer
nfer man-nfer they can.
1 They all sat iand listened to Instructions; they sweated ev every
ery every rehearsal night; they learned to cue themseives wun tne
ujords of their associates; they cued themselves to the changes
1 music or the Ailavins of it.

1 For a group of amateurs to produce a play in the excellence weirdly intricate and almost

OS Uiey arc CUIlglttlUittlcu, wauucai i-ujjr, wj tiwjuuc
who has the pleasure of observing tnem!
J Miss Moody, as a critic, should stick to criticizing Junior
College productions. As I heard one person put it "She wrote
ai though she were the critic of the 'New Corner' glorying in
the sophistication of her rhetorical expression."
Let our local critics write for local peopie lor local un understanding.
derstanding. understanding. I, for one, did not care about whether she had seen the
New York production of "DOAS" but I did resent her compari comparison
son comparison of local amateurs with the professionals of the New York
stage. Imagine mentioning Kathy Wilber in the same line as
Helen Hayes. No one, least of all Kathy Wilber, would compare
herself with any part of the magnificence of Helen Hayes as as
actress so why should Miss Moody interject such an odious
comparison especially to the detriment of such a fine local
actress as Mrs. Wilber, who, only two years ago appeared in her
first local production.
. i That Fred Berest saw. In her exactly what he wanted for
"DOAS." and that hundreds of spectators have since cried their

J Miss Moody spent the better part of a column explaining
her attitude and her "snobbish distance," etc. Who cares? What
the local yokels in the Guild are looking for is "How was it
Did you enjoy it?" No one can take away any credit from Len
Worcester, who indubitably does his best performance In Guild
lstory. So does John Aniston, a relative newcomer. Put him
I Broadway and he'd be successful If given the right parts.
But I guess I'm just resentful of Miss Moody's snobbishness
out the Guild in general. A fine bunch of people slugging
t these difficult roles for nothing just to make us feel
good. Does Miss Moody realize that "Death of a Salesman" is
the most difficult play ever produced by the Theater Guild,
Does she know that just scads of people have been talking for
ejays about the show that it was sold out for the whole week,
last" Monday night? Does she realize that hundreds of mem members
bers members of the Guild have been doing nothing but raving over the
performance expressions (by those who saw "DOAS" on the
Broadway stage) such as "New York couldn't have produced it
better" "Top flight professional performance all the way
t though" "Absolutely stunning"?
! So, Miss Moody, say the hundreds of people who have sat
through this wonderful local production: "I enjoyed It tre tre-rhenodously;
rhenodously; tre-rhenodously; anyone seeing it must feel the tremendous drive of
the emotion portrayed." (
I I tell you, Miss Moody, if you don't cry when you see Kathy
Wilber's performance of Linda In the requiem scene, when she
dries: "We're free, Willy! We're free, Wa're free!" and bursts
to .uncontrollable, hysterical crying, then you should learn
what a wife feels, and what a husband feels, under the circum circumstances
stances circumstances of this play, before you attempt to Impose your colle collegiate
giate collegiate dramatic ideas on the public.

Affair 1 -f ''vf.iifipAui$'smm J

Internationa

By PETER EDS0N

I Moneybags

How can you prevent Commu

just sleepers from infiltrating

mm inese almost i,uuo,(WO men
engaged in top secret defense

work?
. Despite what ia popularly be be-lifved,
lifved, be-lifved, the American Communist
, Party still has thousands of those
aleeper ready to be ahifted into
key factories. Jo do this mora
ffieiently, the Party is moving
its headquarters to Chicago to
it can be at the hub of intricate
'industrialism. .-..

space snip years and to meet it
with decency and resoert for th

ngnts of the million men and
women who will put them togeth together,
er, together, the government has set up a
special commission, working vir vir-tually
tually vir-tually unnoticed.
And labor, too. has moved in to
help kepp the nation's secrets, but
still see to it that nn one U nn.

justly accused.

On the government's side is the
12-man Loyd Wrieht commission

Wright, a Los Angeles attorney, is
a former president of the Ameri American
can American Bar Assr. Under him are two
representatives of the Whit

House, the Senate and the House
and six public members appoint appointed
ed appointed equally by the three govern-

uicutai divisions.

They will bring in their reoort

next June. Then we'll see how a
free government can ferret out not
only its enemies, but even the
schnooks who get loose tonaued

after a run in with their favorite
tourbon.

This second crowd is the more
difficult grou.i to handle. They're

wen meaning put tney can spi
secrets, too.

WASHINGTON (NEA) One tf,

the final debates at this session of

the United Nations General As

sembly will be over something
called SUNFED. This -stands for

Special United Nations Fund for

Economic Development;

It j an idea that has been Kick

ing around the U.N. for several
years. In oversimplified terms, the

purpose is to create a multimillion-

dollar fund or which the underde underdeveloped
veloped underdeveloped nations could draw for

projects that cannot be financed

by bankable loans that repay their

costs.

A public road system to increase

farm marketing is as good an ex

ample as any. lecnnicai assist

ance for education, sanitation' and

health projects are other exam

ples.

most oi tne underdeveloped eomv

tries can't afford them and couldn't

.i ....

repay tne loans even u tne mont

ey was available.

IN THE PAST, under the Marsh

all Plan the United States financ

ed many such projects on a grant
basis. The money was given away
with' no expectation of return ex except
cept except through counterpart funds
which were reinvested in the re receiving
ceiving receiving cuhtries.

On this U.S. SUNFED project.

however, Washington has consis consistently
tently consistently Uned up against it. So have

Britain and France..

The Scandinavian- and Benelux

countries, on the other hand, have
said they wouk1 support it to the
extent of 15 to 20 million dollars.!

Russia, surprisingly enough, may
also be for it.

The big demand for SUNFED receiving countries

comes from among the 23 African

and Asian countries' which before
the war were colonies of Euro

pean powers.
In the now 80-member U. N.,
these countries, with a vote apiece,
control consderable strength.
With four more countries join joining
ing joining them, they could block any
measure requiring a two thirds
majority vote. With 18 other votes,
they could gather a simple major majority
ity majority .- t ;ri
This is one reason why the SUN SUNFED
FED SUNFED issue is being taken more se seriously
riously seriously this year than it has been
in the past.
THE OTHER REASON is that
the underdeveloped countries are
clamoring for more capital, like
everybody else. ' -.

WW.ir "effect, "ookVou
talk big about wanting u. Jtajre-

ject communism and to develop

our own economies.. But you don't

give us tne neip we need most to
do the job
Ever since the days of UNRAA

the United Nations Relief and

Rehabilitation Administration

when international charity was
scattered around with a lavish
hand, the United States has been
wary of international aid projects.
It has prefered a direct approach.
That way, we deal directly with
the countries getting help and
check up on what they do with it.

The new Eisenhower Doctrine plan
for the Middle East is essentially

a plan of this, type:
The restrictions which this gov

ernment puts on its aid projects
are objectionable to many of the

They don't want supervision.

They think they would get a bet

ter deal irom tne .united nations

tnan they get from he U.S.1

ON THIS-APPROACH ALONE,
here is a possiblity that the U.N.

will this year recommend creation

Ot SkUiNril) even though there
isn't a dollar or a pound put up

to nnance it.
.There is one prospect for slow.

ing it down. It could be set uo for

iuriner stuoy Dy me economic and

social touncil..
This Would mean:

Making an inventory of current
aid. programs and need.
Making a survey of the resourc

es that need developing in these

area, t xnree-iourths of the world's
raw -Materials come from them

and", a third of the world's peopld
live in them on an average per ca capita
pita capita income of less than $100 a

year.j ri::-,'.-Then
laying down touch criteria

for a United Nations technical as

sistance program rim by experts
from all over the world at low
COSt. ij-v .
ThA niilA' t.fltfa KAintf -fiaA.tnMwA.1

, B ..'A. -VMVHMVVi
put on this program are. 100 mil

lion dollars for the surveys. The
U.S. share would be a third.. The

studies would be complted in 1958.
After that would come, a four-

year program costing an estimat

ed two billion dollars ayear.. The
U.S. share would gain be a third.
This plan is being presented by
its advocates as an eventual sav saving
ing saving to the ; U.S., now spending

neariy zour oiiusn dollars a year
on foreign aid and military assist-

k,DAiiYVifAS!ii;:GTon
iMERRY-Go-Rourib

y UW MARION

WASHINGTON When French Pre

mier Guy Mollet sat down with
President Eisenhower for thi talks

which Secretary Dulles so long

postponed for fear of antagonizing

the Arabs, he set two near records

RECORD No. 1 He will have

continued in office longer than any

other postwar French premier if

ne reaches the date of March 15,

as he undoubtedly will. He's alrea

dy been in office 13 months Long

er than any other postwar premier

except Henri Queuille.

RECORD No. 2 --More import

ant, Mollet comes to Washington

at time when France has no prob

lems "with Germany for the first
time in. 100 years. j

Three wars have started on the

continent of Europe bebause of
FrenchGerman rivalry-t-the Franco-Prussian
war, World r. War I,
and World War 'II,'?.;.:;-.V?;v"

Today all questions bet ween

France and Germany have been

settled;- and the two men wno gov

era them, : Mollet and Chancellor

Adenauer, genuinely like eacn otn

This leads to the two main points

Mollet is emphasizing in his taixs
with Eisenhower. ..They are: ,

i

A United Europe.
Eur-Africa,

Walter Winche

In New York

I

I

act let well enough alone. They agreed with the New Christian interest of the national security."
1b his statement about the Curundu Protestant Church but had : Vr,

feedge in a word for their church. That to me Is no way to
aw attention to one's church (over the publicity of another
thureh or pastor).
! The church which carries the slogan "A Warm Hearted
Church' was original in their Idea of promoting this. But
along comes another church to try and say the same thing in
jrther words: "A Church Away From Home and Just As Friend-

why should there be this Jealousy over what- a church Is

doing? Are we net supposed to work together for the good of

Christ? Let's not try In a jealous way to bring honor to one's
frwn church over the work of another growing and evangelical
Church.

A Non-Churchgoer

"ladeed, under the 22 criteria
for being a security risk practi practically
cally practically .anything a person has ev ev-er
er ev-er done car be considered by
the Beards. Thae, past criminal
acta, drinkinc and other person,
al habita are considered in coa-nectioa-
with' a person's reliaMII reliaMII-ty
ty reliaMII-ty er trustworthiness for acceas
to classified information."

All this makes a sensitive prob problem.
lem. problem. But this space ship era is a
sensitive onewhich will decide
whether we survive or the en

emy does, i

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be held In the offices of the Company, Avenlda de los Li Libera
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o'clock la the forenoon, for the purpose of: 1) confirming
tha election of the officers of the Corporation for the past
yean 2 examination of the Corporation's balance sheet for
tha past year aid, et found to be In order, approval there thereof
of thereof ; l to reetrrt and consider report of the act of the
; Directors, officers and management of the Corporation dur-tog-
the past year and. If found to be In order, to approve
euch acts: ) to consider and act upon such other business
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MAN; ABOUT TOWN

Ex-Secy bf the Navy Kimball

(under Pres. Truman) and Doris

Fleeson (the syndicated Washing

ton historian) planning a wedding?
He's the new veep of General Tires
... The Baroness Wrangel (who

planned annulment proceedings)

reconciled with him following the

column s report v ,. Marlon Bran Brando's
do's Brando's once-was (Mo vita) and dan

cer Johnny Brascia will make it

a Broadway blending March 27

The Alan Youngs were reconciled

by tneir soon-expected image

Geo. Liberace's well-padded tou toupee
pee toupee saved him from a concussion
in that Chicago bold up beating...
Millionaire auto tycoon Mario Fe

rrari is taking Jane Liddeil tor a
spin Edward Sweeney, of the
Hotel Commodore family, and the
first Mrs. Keenaa Wynn were u u-nited
nited u-nited by a Cannel (Cal.) minister
a few matinees ago.' Second mer

ger for both ... Joan MacDonald,

the TV easting director, weds Lon London
don London publisher Max Reinhart in

March. He's the ex of Margaret

Leighton, leading lady of "Separ

ate Tables" ..: NBU's tribute to ir

vlng Berlin's 50 years as a song
writer will be a two hour specta

eular ... Between trips to that N-

BC isolation booth, contestant

Chollv Van Doren relaxes with his

pet date a lovely named varua.

The Duke of Edinburgh, whose

alleeed shennaniaans rocked Roy

al circles iromcauy is uie one
crediud for talking Princess Mar-

. Ti.li

garet out oi ner raju wna my my-Peter
Peter my-Peter Townsend. Because Petah

is a divorced man" ... Tne naoy

Hon who unbalanced The Lrute is

a London singing comedienne, tier

pater Is a musical comeay pei m
Londoa ... The Duke, according to
British busybodies, used to meet

her at a Bohemiaa-type hideaway

called Tne Shepherd.

Ellen Madison of the stage weds, ducer XIarv Stfvn jn. urn.

Hall Jacobs this week. He's ar l-tn add to tha Pninni. Mmti.

August tseiianca (son oi

director at Gray Advertising. Le Le-galites
galites Le-galites are scanning advance
proofs of Ben Hecht's book on
Charles MacArthur for libel ...
Eleanor Holm wingd to Florida to

oe near ner former flame. Tommy

wnaien, stricken suddenly ., It
must be luff dept: Betty Benson
flew to Ceyldn (Asia) -where pro producer
ducer producer S. Spiegel is filming'-'Bridge

on me mver .wai Tne Wat.
Gargan, Jrs., expect a.laddition in
the Spring ... The Jackie Gleason
show producer and his wife are re-
rmA All

Alan Paton, author of "Cry the
Beloved Country," was arrested in

uuroan o. Africa) for attending a
meeting of natives ... Mme. Jac

ques Dumaine, widow of the ez-

rrencn Ambassador to Portugal,
and Italian Minister to the U.S.R.

Gnllo are an Intl Romance ... In In-ger
ger In-ger Farrell-Falke (she's the Count

ess ae urusset of Paree) and M.
Andre rendezvous at The Monslg Monslg-nore.
nore. Monslg-nore. Her pater was Argentina's
Ambassador to Mexico ... Jan Mit Mitchell,
chell, Mitchell, proprietor of Luchow's, takes
his new romance Rosana Galli
("Miss Italy") to dine at Henri
Soule's Le Pavilion ...Lord Foley,
the most musically-inclined of the
British Peers, has fallen hard for

American songstress Myra Baird.

Insider suspect she will become
Lady Foley ... Memo from our
Rome ear: "Gina LoDobrigida go goes
es goes to the theatre with friends, who

put com compresses on her head.
You'd think she was the first wom woman
an woman in the world who ever expected
a lrdje-a-beebee!" -.
BJd chief Lester Lanin's Infa

tuation for Martha Lip ton is the
talV of the Met set He does the

..!cor

tae aircraft pioneer) is up in the
Voyager Room clouds with stew stewardess
ardess stewardess Elaine Smith...Lenny Kent
and chorine Mignon Warner are
preacher-shopping ... The wife of
bookie Harry Gross (languishing
in the Clink) lot a nuiet ahrntratlnn

in Calif ... Jerry Lavan. perfume

exec, and actress Peggy McCay
are an El Morocco habit... Gary
Morton and Cleo Moore have stop-

jjcu uenyiag u

The Ted Williams Nclvn Moore

mterference is a gorgeous straw strawberry
berry strawberry blonde with flashing mlars.
Insiders report she's been waiting
for the home-run star for 12 years1
... Lady Iris Mountbatten's very
social escort to Manuche's was
Britisher Hugh MarshaU It's a
son for the Robert (Sponsor Mag)
Solotaires at Dr's Hosp George
Solotalre (the grandpop) will be re

teased rrora. Polyclinic tomorrow

aner a Big Scare. He will conval

esce in Arizona Toots Shor's

new address will be oa 52nd Street
when the Rockefellers demolish
the rest of 51st Report to Rich Richard
ard Richard Redgers, 'Leland Hayward and
Oscar Hammerstein, who dreamed
up the plan of giving the Runyon
Cancer Fund the house seats to all

their nits: Total money from thee

ter tickets: $825,163.33 "The
Street," a film that was to star

Lena Home, has been shelved

The Collie's bunch wondered who

the chap was with Kay Fraacis

(Dennis Aflen) ... The Wall St

Journal's top reporter Tom Wise
resigned suddenly. Started there as
a copy boy ... The beautiful ac

tress merely billed as The Mirror

Girl in "The Spirit of St Louis" Is
Patricia Smith, an Actors' Studio

hopeful. Accordinr. to Lindbern's

book ne never knew the name of

frnt-row-btt when shr sines

iRenata Tebaldt. most oaaht-after

Arlene Dahl has joined Manlya! epersllc star in town, won't date the air who lent him her socket

Monroe as a clamorous tenant irwithout mamma, her seer et rri mirror fas a eomnasa-niid- lust

. the apartment edifice at 444 E, 571 and maid traipsing along w Pra-i before, his historic take-off.

For years. Mollet has been

preaching a United Europe. The
seeds of that idea were planted

when he was a small boy in Arras

pear the Belgian border in World
War I and watched his town get
shot uo.' bombarded, beaten to a

pulp first by the German armies,

then by the Allied armies, men ny

the Germans. "'

COOPERATION OF AFRICA
Later he became mayor, of Ar-

r later cnairman oi ins xvuro-

pean Assembly at Strasbourg; al also
so also a member of the European Coal
and Steel Community, which has
laid the foundation for European

economic unity. ; ; ' ;
- MnllAt ha been a touch and O-

nsn rritir nf Dulles'S Suez policies

Rut there is one thing he can thank

Dulles for. France and j&ngiana

have been so sore at the United
States, they have worked harder

at European unity. W)th the Amer American
ican American alliance, disrupted, they real

ize the. importance of getting aiong

mono themselves.

Mollet has outlined to Eisenhow

er his plans for putting zsiuropean
cooperation to work in Africa a

policy, which ne cans ,ut-aitic.
Repent French -oil exploration

shows Vast oil deposits in the Sa Sahara;
hara; Sahara; enough to make Europe in independent
dependent independent of King Saud and the

Near Jfiast. ;

Mollet wants to develop these m

cooperation with Germany, Belgi Belgium,
um, Belgium, Italy, .and Western Europe. :
H alM want to make Africa

part of the European economic

community through r rencn ana

German machinery, French admin

istrative 'know-how. :

NOTEi-The point Mollet is prob

ably arguing mosV vigorously with

Eisenhower is that isasser has got

to so' There Cn be no-peace in

the Near East while Nasser con-J

tinues to sur up me wosiem wona

MoUet can point put that the Cairo

radio is the only radio station

reaching all the Near. East 24 houn

day in 32 languages and dialects,

onstantly preaching distrust of the!

West and friendship with Hussia.

LEASE-PURCHASE FLUNKS

The much vaunted lease pur

chase building program is bogged
down much, more than the public

nas ever dreamed.
"Lease-purchase" Is the plan to
construct government buildings
with, private money, then lease

them to Uncle Sam for 25 years,
after which they become govern government
ment government property.-
The idea was concocted by budg

et-balancers in order to prevent

the outlay of government funds for

capital expenses, andtherebj bat!

i However, -'here 'are the unolea-'
sant iigures on ; what happened:
Since the lease-purchase program
stared- id July 1954, H projects
have been approved, at. a cost of
$766,00O,m But only one has been
completed a post office at. Rock,
Island,. UL , 1
: Congressnran Robert E. Jones of
Scottsboro, Ala., will expose all

this He. will also propose that thef
government go back to the simpldl

sjrsvciu uscu ui ziu-uaa yearSj ot
appropriating government monei
to build post offices : and otheri
buildings. : i j
Chief reason the lease -.purchase
plan hasn't worked is becauxa a(

tight money. Banks and 'insurance

companies aren't willing to put up
the moneys to private builders un4
less they get more than 5 per cent
interest,,; and a rhte above ff. per,
cent for government loa,nk cpn-j
sidered, unreasonable; i f I
vjhe treasury, how. pays around
3- per cent; used .to tav between

1 and ? per "cent. ': 't
Congressman Jbnes, incidentally J
estimates that the 149 building pro4
jects which have been OK'd but
not built, would finally' cost the

taxpayer $1,500,000,000 instead of.

tne 1706,000,000 bid. f y v ; i ;
This is because taxes and inter J

est payments during the : 25-year!

period netore tne government in-i
herits the buildings would have!

qoubied the cost ' 'r ;
Under:, the time vr honored v.

tem Of appropriating governmentt

money tor government building,!
as practiced since the davs nfl

George Washington, no taxes 'and!

no interest are paid.

MOLLET-GO-RQUND

Premier Mollet once taught Eng4

iiau meraiure, also wrote a DOOK;
on English grammar. He' sneaks

English with a heavy accent, and;

when talking about Egypt recent!
ly! some Americans thought he was!
talking about Meeps." .v.He wsf

iirea as a scnooueacner tor union

activity m. 1932 after which he be

Cams head of the National Teach-I

ers union ... Head of the Socialise

Party. Mollet has been in politics

most of his life. He talks leftist!

when he's out of power, practices
non-left policies when In power
His has been a generally middle-of-the-road
government. Captured

by the Germans in World War II

Mollet was repatriated as a oris

oner and immediately Joined the

French underground ,5 He went to

Moscow, last year but refused to

leave the Atlantic alliance'..'; Get

ting up at 7 a.m., he works about
la bours a day, seldom sees his wife

and family-. Fifty-One years old,
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gentle; but it about' the toughest
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'cently at the girl scouts area at Fort Clayton. Above left to right are: Mrs. Fran Rlchstat-i
ter, -Scout Leader? Carol Carey and ilnda Ewald are fastening stakes, while Rita Aguilar ;
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Dawdy House Madam, Racketeer
cliSllqfGbigfgle-Eycd Senators

" WASHINGTON. 'Feb. 28 (UP)

Af f'oisenchanted"i' racketeer and

bawdy house -madam told-Sen
ate investigators conflicting stor

leg today ahout efforts to .starfa

call f ir I operation in jporuana,
The1 racketeer James B.i Elkins.

aid the madam' was sent to Port

land hv Seattle.. Wash racketeers

wljo --allegedly f were fmoving intrf

ms territory witn tne- eip oi

Teamster Union officials ? :
. But the madam, Ann Thompson
of Seattle, said it was Elkins him himself,
self, himself, .the star witness in the Sen Senate'
ate' Senate' labor rackets inquiry .who
invited Jier to. Portland,: ri
At any rate, the, venture never
froy started, but; their ; testimony
caused more eyebrow raising in
the, -ornate Senate caucus room
thaa -anything since the famous
erim investigation of 1950-51, :
. '' rM'ot threats
' Before giving his version' of the
bawdy house plan, Elkins, a tough
Texan with a record of shooting
jrrests, told of threats made on
aisjlifo by Franfe Brewster, vice
president; of th e. International
Brotherhood of Teamsters s and
ehairman of its Western Confer Conference.
ence. Conference. it t .J1 vi 1
. Speaking in a dry, matter -. of-,
fact manner,, the grey-haired -witness
said Brewster warned that
"if you embarrass jny two .. boys
rou'll find yourself wackngi across
ake Washington (in Seattle) with
I pahr'of concrete ""boots.

Portland I would have to give-'up
half of what ; Imadei She, said,
however,.' that no one 'mentioned
to her any, kickbacks to the Team Teamsters
sters Teamsters union.
"I wasn't in the lousiness at the
timle." she said. "I ,did want to

. Elkins identified the "boys" as4 ge back in, it, but I thought, oh,

William M. Langley of Portland,

Multnomah County district attor

ney, and Clyde C. Crosby, interna-

tunal organizer lor tne xeamsters

in- Oregon.

Committee Chairman John v L.

McClellan (D-Ark), disclosed that

Elkins' it-older brother Carl, a

Phoenix, Ariz., businessman, also
had received telephoned warnings
that the witness had, better "shut

' Middle-Aged Woman:
Elkins' account of some of his
tussles with the Portland under

world was the biggest sensation of

the two-day-old Bearing until miss
Thompson, a taR, middle-aged wo woman
man woman wearing a flowered hat, took
the stand. .''.....
, Demurely hiding her face from
photographers behind a black
purse, she testified that Thomas
E. Maloney,'" a Seattle racketeer,
met ; her in Seattle and told her
Elkins "had something interesting
for you." ;; 1 v, w
But Elkins. who said he never

took a "nipkel" from a. madam,
testified it was Maloney and Jo Joseph
seph Joseph McLaughlin, another Seattle
racketeer, who cooked up the plan

of setting up bawdy nouses in
Portland... Elkins said he wanted
nothing to do with prostitution.
- No Mtntioh Of Kickback
Miss Thompson conceded that
Elkins 'discouraged" herefrom go-
intr ahead uith. tho rfpnl She said

he told ner ,",tjiat Jf I, operated in

the heck with it,

Elkins said Maloney and Mc
Laughlin, .who balked at answer

ing questions yesterday, came to

Portland soon .after .Langley took
office as district attorney in 1955.
He said 'he was ''asked -for
$2,000 a month for BUI Langley"
but d e c 1 1 n e d to 1 say whether
he paid graft to ( the district" at attorney.
torney. attorney. 'V,r 'i .'
Elkins said JohnJ. Sweeney, a
Teamster Union official who died
six months ago, told him ".you're
to take orders from Joe ( Mc Mclaughlin).
laughlin). Mclaughlin). I want you to get along
toeether."

Elkins, who eventually got fed
up and spilled his story, said

Brewster complained later that he

hadn't let. Maloney make as much
money' in Portland- as he could
have made in "a popcorn stand."
Tl J 1 i 1- 1 J TT. I

' ii was aunng mis jmerview, El Elkins
kins Elkins said, that Brewster made his
reference to the concrete boots.
He quoted Brewster as saying "I
make mayors and I break mayors.
I vmake chiefs of police and I
break chiefs of police."
Later, Elkins 'said, he began re receiving
ceiving receiving menacing dark-of-night
visits and telephone calls. He said
he met two of his nocturnal visi visitors
tors visitors with av shotgun and- got "a
httle rough" with them. r
Asked whether he was testifying
"under, fear and apprehension,"
Elkins replied:, ,"l, know they're
going to do something .to me.'V 'fi

Milk Supply Cutv
As 3-State Dairy
Strike Continues
- NEW YORK, Feb. 28 (UP) A
three-state dairymen's strike cut
milk supplies by 15, per' cent in
the nation's biggest consumer
market todayv Cutbacks in cheese,
butter; and ice cream production
Were ordered to make up for the
loss of 1,314,160 quarts of milk in
the New York City milkshed.
Tank trucks kept supplies roll rolling
ing rolling to the New York metropolitan
area's 12 millior consumers. They
drove in convoys with heavy po police;
lice; police; protection to discourage acts
of violence such as occurred earl earlier
ier earlier in the four-day strike by New
York, New Jersey' and Pennsylva Pennsylvania
nia Pennsylvania dairymen. ; 1
M New Jersey dairy farmers were
reported mobiliizng for a march
on the state capitpl at Trenton to
press their demands' for 12 cents
a quart for milk sold to consum consumer
er consumer for 24 to 2 cents.' The dairy dairymen
men dairymen are getting about 10 cents a
quart now. V
There were a few isolated cases
of milk dumping in the strike area
but the situation was auieter than

it had been at any time since the

boycott began last Sunday under
the leadership of the Tri-State
Master-Dairy Farmers Guild.
The Rev. John H, Dorney,
Brancfyyijle, N. J. minister and
executive director of the guild,
said 10,000 dairy farmers were on

strike. This (figure was disputed

by the .f ederal Milk Marketingi

Administrator Dr. Charles ui.
Blanford He said 5,600 farmers
were on strike.' " Hi':!
Blahford said that a total of 58
out' of a total of 381 processing

plants in the New York milkshed
area were shut down or operating

at only a fraction of capacity as

a result of the boycott. The plants

were distributed as follows: 37 in

wew xorK istate, it in New jersey

and seven in Pennsylvania.

A spokesman for Blanford said
supplies of milk to the consumer

have decreased each day of the

strike. i

. An official of one of the nation s

largest dairies said some house
wives were trvintr tn "hoard"

milk, by buying more than usual

and keeping it well refrigerated.
This war being discouraged to
prevent -shortages from develop developing.
ing. developing. v

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House Group
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Amendments

WASHINGTON, Feb. 28 (U?) i
A House Judiciary subcommittee
yesterday' approved President El Elsenhower's
senhower's Elsenhower's four-point civil fights
program after tacking on four
amendments to make it V'less un
palatable to the South."i:
By a vote of 8 to 0, the sub subcommittee
committee subcommittee sent the measure to
the full committee for action next
Tuesday. Both Chairman Emanuel
Celler (D-NY) of the full commit
tee and Rep. Kenneth B. Keating
(R.NY), -:nu ranking Kepuoncan,
predict.eq its approval. 8
House passage was considered
a foregone conclusion. Administra
tion. leaders also have. predicted
Senate approval before Easter, dt-
SDlte mreatsv ox a aoumern
hiifttef APains the bill..
The subcommittee's approval oi
" ... i
Mr". Eisenhower s ."program came
less, than 24 hours after the group
completed eight days of hearings
on the proposals.
Meet Southern Objections
Celler, who also heads the sub-

committee, said the four modifi- lations ; This provision would au au-cations
cations au-cations were designed to meet to thorize the government to bring
a considerable deeree some o the' suit without first exhausting state

obifictions to the oroeram raised
bv Southerners at the hearings.
"The amendments will make it1
less unDalatable to the South." he
told newsmen.
Both Celler and Keating said,
they are satisfied with the modi modified
fied modified version.' Keating added that
the bill "should go sailing through
the (full), committee and the
House." ;
The bill would establish a six-
member bi partisan commission
to investigate complaints that citi citi-ezns
ezns citi-ezns are being deprived of their
right to vote or subjected to 'un
warranted economic x pressures'
because of color, race, or national
origin.
Provision Daltttd
The subcommittee .deleted a
provision In the original bill au authoring
thoring authoring commission inquiries in into
to into "unwarrapted economic' pres pressures"
sures" pressures" because of religion.
To meet Southern objections that
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Okays Ike's Civil Rights Plan;
' Y" 1 Y Y' 'V 1
Tacked On To Placate Dixiecrats

the commission's powers were too
vague and broad, the subcommit
tee tacked on three amendments
(1) reauirins: the commission to
follow House rules in its investi
gations, (2) permitting only sworn
complaints to be considered, and
(3) forbidding the commission to
subnena' witnesses to attend hear
ings outside their homm judicial
(UStnClS. vi' U ; i; i !;''.
Th b'l! also would create a civ civil
il civil riehti division, headed by an as
sistant attorney general, in the
Justice Department. Civil : rirghts
cases are now handled by a. sec section
tion section in the., department's criminal
division.
A third provision would strength strengthen
en strengthen laws protecting voting rights
ty making it a crime for individu individuals,
als, individuals, as well as officials, to inter interfere
fere interfere with these rights.
, To Seek Injunction
. Finally, the bill would authorize
the federal government to seek in
junctions- or other relief in federal
courts to prevent civil rights vio-
remeaies. . r v t
I The' subcommittee wrote an
amendment into this provision for
bidding ,; the government from
starting suits for damages with-
out the written consent ot me in-
dividual auegediy damaged.
Except for the modifying amend-
invinB.i ue mu u similar w
measure which passed the House
last, year. The 1956 j bill died in
the Senate,vthe traditional grave
vard for civil riehts legislation.
Southern opponents continued
their-, onslaught against the prc-j
gram m xesumony ueiorc we ocir-i
ate Judiciary subcommittee on
constitutional rights which is con considering
sidering considering the President's proposals.
Stir Up Racial Trouble
Attornev General George B,
Patton of North Carolina tpld the
subcommittee that the program
would stir up 'racial trouble in the
South j.- y.:
, "We already have enough fedew
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al laws on the subject of civil

rights which will cause dissension,
contention i and regrettably
probablv even violence," he said
He said the proposals disregard
Southern efforts to solve its "se "serious
rious "serious segregation". -t 'problems
"within the framework of law and
order." He added that "the spirit
of animosity : and vindlctiveness
runs throughout the proposed leg
islation.
$10,CC3 Loot Given
Bsck By Former
Piral3srB2l Boy
MIAMI UP1 A former Pitts
burgh Pirates bat boy who admit
ted financing stock market Invest Investments
ments Investments with the loot from : sneak
thefts- faced a -second round of
charges today after drawing a
suspended sentence in the first.
- Michael Godula Jrr 1 26, was
given a suspended sentence in
criminal court here Tuesday after
telling Judge B. C. Willard he was
"willing and ready' to 7 return
some $10,006 which he took from
Florida victims.
However. 'Willard ordered Go
dula held for Bradenton, Fla., au-j
tnonties who also have sneak then
charges pending against him."
; Unknown to his jailers, Godula
carried' t "suicide knife" into
court with him. Authorities quoted
mm as saying that if he had been
sentenced to prison, "I was going
to use the knife on myself."
Godula said fie took money so he
could invest on the stock market
and buy the Pittsburgh ball club
"which did me wrong?' He avert averted
ed averted the r possible prison term by
telling the judge he could reim
burse his victims with $10,000
which deputies found in his-Miami
oeacn notei room. n.
. '
He pleaded guilty in two grand
larceny cases involving 12,673 tak
en from a hardware store and. a
grocery early in the month.
Miami police told the judge that
Godula was "a boy from a trood
family" who had a sharp mind
ana an uncanny talent for locat
ing .cash. ; ;".....;; ?
To Ex-GI
Who Aif;iRcb-!$f
BONN, German, Feb. 28 (UP)
lowest uermaa autnoriUM re
fused' todayvto give political 'asy
lum to Stuart WhitehiU Kellogg,
a aonn university student from
Weitfield. Mass.. who fought in
the Hungarian revolution last No
vember.,;. :--'-r, J, .' ?.
Kellogg,1 a ; 28-year-old 'former
American soldier, said Bonn ,po-
iice noticed mm he would be ex expelled
pelled expelled if he refused to leave West
Germany within a week.' He said
he would appeal the order and
still hoped to be permitted to com
plete hu studies et Bonn univer
sity. .. . , ;
The bespectacled, studious-looking
Kellogg Joined Hungarian
freedom fighters in Budapest for
three days jn November. U. S.
authorities revoked his passport
when he returned to Vienna, and
the student said they threatened
to prosecute him for abusing his
passport' privileges when lie re returned
turned returned home.. .
He was issued a new passport
at the consulate in Bonn, which
required him to return to the Unit-I
ed States by Feb. 10. However, -he
went to the refugee reception cen-1
ter at Camp Valka. near Nuern Nuern-burg,
burg, Nuern-burg, where he applied. for politi
cal asylum. - ; -, v
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' He said he feared prosecution
if he returned to the United States
and also wanted to remain in Ger Germany
many Germany three more years to com
plete his 'course in Islamic studies.
Kellogg said he received a, three
page reply -from officials of the
refugee center today rejecting his
request, and at the same tune
Bonn police ordered him to leave
West Germany within a week or
lace expulsion. s- i r
Corozal Commy: -Has
New" Schedule
A new scheduled for the Coro-
al Commisszary goes into effect
Monday, the USARCARIB j u a r r-termaster
termaster r-termaster has announced. -:
The new store bxurs'were devel-J
oped as a result of studies made
Over several trial operating periods
i to meet the requirements and con
venience of the majority of pa
trons. ;
The new hours are: "Monday. 10
to noon; 1 to 9 p.m. Tuesday, clos
ed dunni the morning: open from
1 to 5 a.m. Wednesday, closed all
day. Thursday and Friday. 0 to
noon; 1 to S p.m. Saturday from.
to I p.m. I
TooV tnconto J2S AS
WAHOO! SHIM!
James Cagney in
"LOVX MB OB LEAVE ME
Stewart Oranpr IB
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ToJoy'. IDEAL J20 JO
Stewart Granger In
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Today, Thursday, Feb, It
A-nn Feature Review

4:30 Wbat's Your Favorite (r
quests taken by phont
till S:00)
8:30 News
lijj What's Your F Torlte
(cont'd)
1:00 Allen Jackson Comraen-;
tary WRUL 1
:15 BLUtf 'JRIBBON SPORT
review (Pabst Beer)

:3CMTelepbone Hour WRUL
7:00 Goon ehow : ,'.
7r30VOA -Report From V.-
:30 Take It From Here -f);0Q
You Asked .For- IV tre
- quests -taken by phon.
" tin 7sm v "-
10:30 Music From Hotel tl pan

i ama t -1
in-4Temrjle Of Dreams

11:00 Concert Under Jlie SU1'.
12:00 Sign On. ( : f v
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Tomorrow, Friday,. March I
9:00 sign o Aiarm wise
Club '. trequesia pasa
by pbont tiU7:00) i -SO
Morning Salon Concert;
E:15 Church in The Wlldwood
8:30 Musical Hevellla
t):00---Newa 1
:15 fiacred Heart - t
8:30 Paris Star Time
10:00 JENNIFER'S JOTJHw AH
. innt nd rtdoronol
10:05 Spin? and Needles re
quests taken bX
phone tin 8:30)
ll;00-News; j J
11:05 Spins An4,Nt418
' (cont'd) ' 1
11:30 Meet The -Entertainer
12:00 news , ",,..
pjn. s. ;
12:05 Luncheon Music . -.
12:15 M ELACH RING MUSI
"-v.' CAJU (Nescafe) , .
12:30 Sweet And Hot 'k
1:00 Newc iV'!'-'
JrlfHMuslfr Of Manhattan .-
1:30 Sons Of The Pioneer . v
1:45 songs' of France r- -N r
2:00 Tex Beneke show i s
2:15 Freddy Martin Show
2:30 The Virginians
1:00 Hanif' snow And EH,
'H Rainbow Ranch Boya ; ,
'1 Hammv lTavft fihnw .V '!
3:30 Music For Friday
4:00 Feature Review"
4:30 What's Your Favorite (r.
. quests-taken by phone r.
; tlU 8:00) (
8:30 News ,' il
i:35 What's Your r a v o r 1 1 e
. Vont'd) i--
1:00 Allen Jackson commen
. tary (WRUt)
laS-BLUX RIBBON SPORTS i
REVIEW (Pabst Beer)
:30 Top Tunes of the week
(WRUL) ', 5'
7:00 Thirty Minute Theater 1 j.'
7:30 VOA Report From UJfJV
8:30 Short Story Theater '
8:00 You Asked For It (re (re-quests
quests (re-quests taken by phone ;
v; : 'tin 7:30) . ..;
10:30 Cavalcade Of America f
11:00 Jaa Till Midnight j
12:00 Sign Off. j;-, -,f
Life-Termer Freed '$
By Supreme Court
' TALLAHASSEE.' Feb. Ig-tUP)
Life-termer B. F. Guilford of Sa-,t
rasota was ordered released from'.'
non today on a Supreme Court
ing he wss illegally sentenced '1
as an habitual criminal 11 years
agO.;': j k ;
Guilford was sentenced in "Jaa-'
uary 1944 in Sarasota County -on'!
tour separate charges of burglary.
and automobile theft Two years f
later, he wes gives a life sen-';
tence aiv a fourth offender. (
But the court said there is ne i
showing that Guilford's convic- I
tions did not stem from a single
i At., w i' i
CT'm. xor uic nauibuat criminal
sentence to stand up, it said, evi-' f
dence must show each of the four .'
felonies was committed at a dif different
ferent different time. H
Macmillan Meets
MolIet'March 8-
LONDON, Feb. 28 (UP)-BrlU
ish Prime Minister Harold Mao- j
mfdaa wiQ probably fly to Paris ?
March to confer with French
Premier Guy Mollef immediately
after Moll et returns from his j
Washington talks, political sources
said tonight. j- ' 1
' ,- 'V
. The talks will bring MacmiQaa
op to date on Mollet's- meetmes
with President : Eisenhower, the t
sources said. Macmillan himself
is scheduled to confer, with Mr.
Eisenhower In Bermuda March 21.
Princess Ragnhild
Has New Daughter
'OSLO. Norwsy, Feb. 28 (UP)
Princess Ragnhild. granddaughter
I of Norwegian King Haakon, gave
buru to a daughter in the State
Hospital here today.
It was the Princess second
child. A son, Haakon, is 2 years
old. x
The Princess married a com commoner
moner commoner in 1963 and went to lire ia
Brazil where her husband, ErUng
Lorentzea, is in tit srpizg busi business.



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Olfidal Gels Bool 'T t-" '; :-'Tl
From Swedish Govl.r f; fr I
STOCKHOLM, Feb.-28 (UP) An tK T V C 1 1 l (7 I U 1
f IsraeU diplomatic ofilcitl has l 1 II 111 II f O 1 LllvJ'lVV
, i A been declared persona non grata f f 11 I II II V VJ J V2 VIr yN' d 1
t .v v v t - ', by -the Swedish government and SX II I 1 1 Vf X-1 .T,-' ,V 35'
t i v fk t"t --' t. ordered to leave the country,: it J 11 fl '! J?
J" k --i V w disced tod.y. vj y:. VJ VU'. ; ; . 5
'I IK J H". fs, ' I ;A- foreign.; Office spokesman V i
I I h J identified the official. as Mojhe V (W ....
." ( . 1 1 Bar-Or, an attache of the Israeli v 1 aN 1
t I I , ,---r- I Legation here. I V yCZS&l W
, A "" l, t The spokesman said, the -ex- kj f twCJ
' i ) ; pulsion was related to an-espio- 5 A if Ml T 1 2
I ;,( s nage trial a gain s t-two FiSns O Uf J GIVE YOUR CHILDREN 3
. .. k- which, opened in. Stockholm j SX A ? ' ?
.-..y . r' '.H district court today.;r" ' '-l i '
. ;V'':i'i V. 4 An Israeli Legation spokesman f? THEBEST S
f Sj I w '' "d Bar-Or left lst night. The P5. M I mc PWI I 2.
,', ',''-",' ;,I 'v legation declined to 'i comment on r 4f JR :
i4 1 '. i the Foreign Office statement rJnr . J
'---' l I I -1 which said the expulsion order s lkF V
'l'r: I w issued hit week. v. I v FY t(Xi "' " S
- !. I y 'l The statement gave no, details f H(JW 5
I,.- I on the Israeli attache's alleged i- BJ),MVT I r -" :-
' I H '.'" connection with the espionage t ; . h.. g
! -' t case: involving two Finnish sub- ,J p . ' 77 nTt 5'
!4 KJ Jeqts, Taisto Aarne Oromaaand P I' 7 2f kw ..

IF I H r; I ne wo inns were arrested : J N'
1 l mnth' o they were about to X V f'f I
- J- ,;JLLi H te.'i.serden ior It,ly en route m 1

ONE MILLION; HOURS OF. SAFETY was recognized' recently when Col. Edwin j M. ( Eamage,
commander of Albrook Air Force Base presented a Ground Safety Trophy to the- Base Sup-;
ply Section of the 5700 Materiel Squadron at Albrook, for; this accomplishment.: The 170 em em-Dloyes.'!
Dloyes.'! em-Dloyes.'! this section performed their duties -without incurring a dlsabllnR lnjery for a period
of over 34 months. -Pictured above are Eamage; Joseph Jimenez, chairman of the Gfouna
Safety committee; Henry P; Alexapder, chairman of the Base Supply Safety Council; and,
MAt. Mwodd lneram. Base SuDDlyOfficer. ." (Official USAF Photo)

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Honored By Scout

More -than 20 men, distinguished
Ifor their service to the Boy' Scout

rogntm in the Canal Zone,- will
e' honored tonight at the Canal

Zone Council's annual' award din dinner
ner dinner at the Fort Amador Officers'
Club. , '.t; :

Council president. -Mat. Gen.

Louis iTj Heath, received the final

list of names this week from the

IA wards Committee who- have

been screening records and assess

ing the recommendations of other
members of the .council for' the

Ipast month to decide upon this

wears award winners.

The identity ef the men select
for citation by tht .local B e y
Scout Council forTthir work
adult feaders antT af "frind of
couting" Will be fevealtd. dur dur-ing
ing dur-ing the after-dinner ceremonies,,
when the swards will be prtsenN
4 ftrfveriovs degrees of strv-
Heath has selected three dis

tinguished members of the local
communities to assist him in the

awards -presentations. Anthony F.
Raymond, manager of the United

Fruit Company in' Cristobal, will

bresent the 10 honor certificates

in recognition ui special ervjtc

to : Scouting; Jodge E.I.P.. Tatel Tatel-man
man Tatel-man of Magistrate's Court in Cris

tobal -will oresent the five sta

tuettes in recognition of extended

exemplary service to scouting;
and U. S." District Judge Guthrie
F. Crowe will. present the past

president's award. Heath will

make the presentations or tne co copies
pies copies of the 'special memorial edi

tion of the Boy Scouts- handbook.

the fifteen-millionth copy of which
was presented to President Eisen'
hower during Boy Scout Week this

montn.

Gov. William E.. TPotiejr : will

make the principal address of the

evenine following the preseniauon

of awards. Keyed to the theme,

"The; Results ot Your wo," me

Goperndr will pay tribute to tnt

important community serpice ren

dered by the men who received

the awards and also the more
than550 adult leaders In the Ca

nal Zone. who. volunteer their time'

to the scouting program.
The evening's program will be
opened with .an Invocation by tne
Rev. John TV Riitledge, followed
hv rflimpr. Heath will then make

a brie'f welcome address which

win thin mak the keynote aa

dress,-followed by dosing remarks

by Heath and a closing prayer og
Rabbi Nathan Wltkin.
TirkoU for the dinner are still

available today from all institu

tional representatives ot scoui or-:

ganizauonsm the canal one, V1

French Police llab
Algerian Rebels, :
Capture S21p,C0O r
ARi Feb 28 (MP V French

teourity police announced today!
than hail mrrmtrA more than k

dozen alleged leaders of the Al-

genan, .revolt in simultaneous
roundups in Paris and Algiers. I
Authorities said about $210,000

destined for the rebels : tressury j
was seised.- ; ..! '-. I

The roundup was termed we

biggest -blow to the rebels since
last October's arrest of rebel chief
of staff Ben Bella and four col-1

leagues as they flew to Tunis for,
peace talks. I
Police said the men arrested in

Paris were the chief officers in

France of the National Libera tiol
Front fFLIf), the leading nation-:
alUt rebel organization. ". ;- ;
Authorities refused to identify
the men but it was reported they
included at least two Europeans
and two Moslems. Among those
arrested In Algiers were Bouchen
afa Mohammed former vice pres
ident of the Algerian Genenl
Council, two eaids (tribal chiefs)
and the son of a leading Algerian
Moslem businessman. t

NATURE'S TANK GOES INTO ACTION-WimVuroyMj.

crow, acting as referee, this five-month-old armadillo1 squeresj
off against toy tank at Chicago's Animal Welfare LeasueJLThe J

1 armor-plated animal, from Texas, was. given to the league byq
a high school boy.

, The; two Finns were charged
with espionage "not directed
against Sweden." Polio

J;htZ ctivities concerned the
Middle East but there was no of-

" ""uyuig statement.

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RESCUER OF FOUR CHILDREN Marvin Gilmore, 29, descends
from, bufning 'buildfhg in Camden, N.J... after rescuing fpur
young children ; from the blaze, ; by dropping them out the,
window. J..,

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Enjoyyourself with your family and. frianda, v .-:
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- ; SHOWS : ' ALSO
10:30 pjnl and 12:00 i PAPITO BAKER
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fHTJItSDAY, FEBRUARY, 28, 1957

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MEMBERS OF DIPLOMATIC CORP WlU .FAREWELL
AMBASSADOR OF HAITI AND WIFE TOMORROW

Members of the Diplomatic Corps accredited te P
and their wives will give a despedida at the Union C ubto ubto-morrow,
morrow, ubto-morrow, at 5 p.m. for the Ambassador ef Haiti and his wife
Mrs. Louis Decatrel.
The Ambassador and Mrs. Decatrel frill mob getnni to
their own country.

Stork Shower
Givan At Amador
! a Ann nf 18 ladies gave a

Tfvm'minrv shnwM Saturday at Ft! A

tnador Officers' Open Mess, fear

T- two of their frienas, mrs.
12 Berger arid Mrs. Ruth Mogilevsky.
f Motif for tho eenterpiece .was
we nursery rhyme theme I n e
'SS5 OW Woman Who Lives In a Shoe.

Pr Cold Coast
) Orchid Society
Will Hold Exhibit
' The Gold Coast Orchid Society
. viU Hold their Stb Annual Orchid

i at the EDM mo, uuuc

' The general public is invited to
take time out from carnival and
iSt.- .rtivitia and pay a visit to.

j the exhibit, and enjoy the beauti-
f ful and exotic blooms.
Doors will be open o he exhi
; ..i,,,fti--Viiip from l e.rn

i rmToa Saturday and Sunday
I hen plants may be moved U dli
rflay their best for camera shots.
Mr. George Martin, Chairman,
t Hind other committee members will

be on hand a au umes uunut
3ie exhibit, which will close oi
unday March a, at 8 p.m. j
Sweethearts
Jhrough The Ages"
resented At Albrook
i Mrs. Rosemarie Trifone, Pro-
f ram Chairman of the Albrook Officers'-
Wivas' ; C 1 u hi nrestnted

"Sweethearts Through u Ages
for tta Club's enjoyment at their,
wrpnt monthly luncheon. Written
jnd produced by Mrs. Trifone, the
Utionologue with musical back back-jiround
jiround back-jiround included ten pantomime
scenes of sweethearts throughout
history, from Adam ana e. v e
through Samson and Delilah, Po
cahontas and capi. jonn smun,
?rankie and Johnnie, Mickey and
STARTING TODAY
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MAKE YOUR RESERVATIONS NOW
to enjoy Panama's Most Exciting
CARNIVAL CELEBRATIONS !.!
the grand four-day fiesta at 1 Panama, official
home of Rosalia I, Panama National Queen
From Saturday, Mar. 2, to Tuesday, Mar. 5
CALL OUR MAITRE D'HOTEL, TEL. 3-1660
TO RESERVE YOUR TABLE FOR THE FOUR WGHTS
(or any nigit you want!) v
Every night a fantastic different party In our starlit patio,
' with music of threw orchestras for continuous dancing until d&wn!

Tickets on tale in the lobby
SATURDAY
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Minnie Mouse, up to Tommy Man Man-ville
ville Man-ville and bis, tea wives. So hila hilarious
rious hilarious was the presentation that
members present agreed history
wouia never oe toe same again,
Mrs. Margaret Babb. LuncheoiJ
Chairman, was assisted by hosM
esses Mesdames jbdytha Utisona.
Mary Cumbie, Chnstine Weltej
and Willow Ankeri.
The Club's next luncheon is be-'
ing postponed to March 17, at
which time the program will con
sist of a fashion id which Airi
Force wives will act at models.
Former Lacena
Employe Visitina
FriMiii Htt
Miss Rath Krone, a former em employe
ploye employe of the Wavy in L.acona. is1
visiting as the houseguest of Mr,
and Mrs. Z. Lumber? of CuruoduLj
She plans to stay over Carnival.
Parties have been planned by her
many menas in ner nonor.
Van Arte Return
To States :
Mr. and Mrs. Van Atta and their
spn who were visiting the H. G.
Andersons in Gatun left Tuesday
to return to their home in Cleve
land. Ohio.
Cluvera' Son
Files Here
From Havana
Q-3 John H. Cluver came here
by plane from Havana Fib. 18 to.
spend his leave from the Navy
with his parents Mr. and Mrs
Henry Cluver of Ft. Clayton. He
will return to Newport ft. I. at
the end of next week.
Mr. H. J. Cluver is Red Cross
Director at Ft. Clayton.
(Continued on Page 7)
Rebel Of Hungary
Honored In France
PARIS, Feb. It UP(-Chateau-dun
, Square, site of the French
Communist party headquarters,
was 'renamed Kossuth Square' to?
day to honor or ma hero of Hun Hungary's
gary's Hungary's 1S48 rebellion. The change
was made to protest the Soviet
crushing of last October s Hungar Hungarian
ian Hungarian uprising.
Roiniers Will Pay I
Visit To Pontiff
MONACO, Feb. 28 (UP)-Prlnce
Rainier and Princess Grace will
pay an official visit to Pope Pius
XII at the and of April, a palace
announcement saia toaay.
Skin Returns in 7 Days
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MEETINGS
Iich notice fr Inclusion In this
column should be submitted In
type-written form and mailed en
the tea number listed daily In 'So 'Social
cial 'Social an Otharwlte," or delivered
by hand te the office. Notices e
mtfngs cannot be accented by
telephone.
Majority Service ;
At Rainbow Meeting
Tonight
' Cristobal Assembly No. 2, Order
of the Rainbow lor Girls will hold
a formal meeting tonight at 7 at
the Cristobal Masonic Temple.
Miss Terry unus, wormy Advisor,
wui preside.
v :
The Majority Service will be
conferred on Rainbow Girls who
have reached their majority in
Rainbow, either through age or
marriage.
All Eastern Stars and Master
Masons are most cordially Invited
to attend. Refreshments will be
served la the banquet hall follow'
ing the meeting.
ParvAmericaa
Festival Chorus
The Pan-American Festival Cho-
us will meet this evening at 7:30
p.m. in the auditorium of the USO
JWB Building, La Boca Rd., Bal
boa. Work will continue on the
music for the March concert. All
members are requested to be
present.
Membership in this .organization
is open to all residents of the Ca
nal Zone and the Republic of Pa
nama as well as all service per
sonnel and their adult dependents
Interested m choral singing.
Summer Recreation
Beard Meets Saturday
Chairman of the U. Rate
Summer Recreation Board Bailey
Britht has announced that there
will be a meeting oi tne ooara at
10 a.m. Saturday at the Diablo
Service Center.
All members civilian, U.S. Ar
my, Navy or Air Force are asked
fo be nresent.
There will be a nomination and
election of officers.
Facifle Navy Wives
Will Held Social
Mandav Nlaht
Pacific Navy Wives' aub- will
have' their monthly social Monday
at 7:30 p.m. The meeting will be
held in the community room at
the Cocoli ciuDnouse.
Each member is cordially invit invited
ed invited to attend. Games will be on
the agenda.
JOIN
FRANKIE LYMOH
' Teenager Fan Club
t et your free membership
and privilege card at
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.PAIUII IN OACtt
ncn v o us
RnGUHATIC
tour body cImlhi out hmh seMa ao3
6olnB tuhi la rmr kl4
irwrh minima M tiny dalteftU ktd.
Sty tubaa or ftltara. If polaana ka tha
Udaara or Sladdar nak ran svftar
from Oatttaf Up Nlglita, Nrwuti,
tf PaJna. ClrolM Undar Cyaa, Back Back-oha,
oha, Back-oha, Aehlne Jolnta, Aaldltr ar Botb Botb-In
In Botb-In Paaaaa doa ta tha naad of n
aiuratla aumvlaat, try Cyatax. Claan
ut potaanana adda by CyHK,
d! uratla itlmolMt far Kldaaya which
aootbM and aUau kntatlona la Blad-
dar a4 nrtoary ayatam. Cyatok wia
Siva yen eomplata aatlafaction and
wUl ba tha madldaa ya naad. Aam
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US Communis! Pcrly
Has Hot Lost Power
Says Subcommiilco

WASHINGTON (UP)-The Sen
ate internal security subcommit subcommittee
tee subcommittee said today the Communist
Party lost prestige but not power
last year,1;:
The subcommittee made the
statement la the first section of its
annual report, released today.
Eleven other sections will follow.
"Soviet activity in the United
States has continued without
anatement In many forms during
the past year," the report said.
It said it learned of jfew If any
important defections" from the
communist Fartv and "no nnt.lo-
abln impairment of their nower."
even though the prestige of com
munism in the United States and
the world slipped badly after So Soviet
viet Soviet suppression of the Hungarian
revolt... -v.:'
; "Strategic labor unions astride
the vitals of our national defense
remain firmly in the clutches of
unregenerate Communists," the
subcommittee said without identi identifying
fying identifying the unions.
"Communist lawyers practice
meir proiessions without molesta molestation
tion molestation despite their service to the
Communist cause. The Infiltration
of our press that was so success
iui a lew years ago continues, but
k a aegreo mat wa have not de
termined."".
The subcommittee said it is
completing a composite index of
150,000 names of persons, orgarii orgarii-atizons
atizons orgarii-atizons and publications men mentioned
tioned mentioned in public testimony tinea
House Tax Vriler
Suggests Marriage
For Quiz Expert
WASHNGTON, Feb. 21 (UP)
a Mouse tax writer had some ad advice
vice advice today for Charles Van Dor en:
uet married thic vear.
The advice, worth $20,000 at the
nearest internal Revenue office,
came free- from Ren. Rnhrt w
Kean (R-NJ), a key member cf
me nouse ways a MtSns Com-
miuee.
The committee wrote the tax
laws UDOn which. Kean air) Vn
Doren's meteoric television career
it fast beginning to founder.
In a way it is a lauph fnr m.
body, even an expert like Kean, to
tell anything to Van Doren. For
weens now, on a TV quiz show
known as "21", the 31-year -old
Columbia University instructor
nas proved pretty conclusively
that he knows almost everything.
As of Monday nieht he had an
swered unlikely questions worth
1143,000, although a smart girl
namea vivienne xvearmg was
threatening to take some of it
away from him, maybe, next Mon Monday.'
day.' Monday.' ,-!4,f i';.; 4,41 hli
Van Dorerf msIrM U SM a
n mm wacning joo, Dringing nis
combined income for the year
.a. a. m. ;
as uungs stand now to about
$147,500. 1
Sean said the trouble Is that
Van Doren as a bachelor can keep
for himself only about $38,000 of
this. The rest he will ewe to Uncle
Sam.
As a married man, pointed out,
the canny Kean, Van Doren can
cut Uncle's share down by about!
$20,000, easily enough to finance a
honeymoon.
Kean said van Doren had better
start looking. For tax purposes his
deadline lor wadding bells is Dec
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U Nu Reappointed
Premier Of Burma
RANGOON. Teb. Jg-L(rjp)
i'liv jjuiiuvnc veniuahrca vi awkM
ties today unanimously re-ap
pointed U Nu as premier in isuc
cession to Ba 8we.
U Nu resigned the premiership
last Jun to devote his time to
the re-organlzatlon of the Anti Anti-Fascist
Fascist Anti-Fascist peoples Freedom League.
U Ba Swa carried on in the in interim.
terim. interim. Epping Huntsmen
Seek White Buck
Invader In Forest
EPPING, England, Feb. 28 (UP)
Huntsmen sought, today to track
down and kill a white duck wmcn
invaded" Epping Forest.
The forest is the home of a herd
of rare all-black deer. The white
buck was aeen slipping into the
forest, 20 miles north of London,
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Convict Steals
Same Truck
n 2 GetaWOVS
ANDERSON, S.C. (UP) Con
vict Marion Cecil Simpson appar
ently nas an anecuon tor a per pertain
tain pertain Soil Conservation Service
truck.
In July 1955,. Simpson escaped
from the county chain' gang and
stole the truck, which he aban abandoned
doned abandoned in St. Matthews, S.C. He
was later captured in Alabama..
Eight days ago, Simpson es escaped
caped escaped again and stole the same
truck. He and the truck have both
bees located in Kenton County,
Ky.- ,
last week. Y
Keepers expressed fear if the
white buck breeds into the herd,
coffee colored young would be
produced.
The- hunt was criticized today
by the London evening newspaper.
The Star. The buck, it said, "does-
n't understand the word apartheid
(segregation). ..so it is sentenced
to be shot."
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BY MRS.- MURIEL LAWRENCI
IN her book. "The Hudt
Child," psychoanalyst Irene M.
Josselyn tells an jnspirine storv
about a 14-year-old named Peggy.
' One d&v. when Peeev was com.
plaining to friends' about the ma maternal
ternal maternal rule' which required her te
leave Parties before thev broke ud.
her- mother overheard her. This
happened several times. Finslly,
Peggy's mother decided she's been
too strict. She told Peggy that
thereafter she could be the Judge
of the right time to leave parties.
But instead of welcoming this
freedom, Peggy hastily rejected
it. She confessed that she felt she
hadn't lived long enough to be a-
Die jo gauge tne right moment to
leave Parties. Moreover, thev some
times got boring. Having a parent
who a toia you to leave them was
a great convenience; You could
blame her for the departure von
wanted to tske yourself and leave
with your friends' sympathy in instead,
stead, instead, of their .resentment , i
THIS story is a good illustration
of adolescent conflict. On the, one
hand, the child is pulled by his
need to defy our standars as too
restrictive. On the other, since he
hasn't 4 had enough experience to
make standards for himself, much
less test their safety, he's pulled
by. the need to hang m to ours.
It is his see-sawing indecisiveness
between these two pulls that con confuses
fuses confuses tie' o."i -w "-f-- r
But it was not : Peggy's indeci indecisiveness
siveness indecisiveness that makes her particular
story inspiring.1 ; j
it was ner aDuity to comess it
to her mother.
Though all adolescents s o m e-
tines want us to tell them what to
do, they don't all say so. Most
make a point of hiding this truth
from themselves as well as from
THEY put on acts. They pretend
to always know exactly what, they
want to do about everything lest
wa interpret their indecesivenessj
as weakness and begin, to exploit
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THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 28, 19CT , "v-.. 1S3 ANAMA AMERICAN AM INDEPENDENT DAILT NEWSPAPER ' '' I'
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St. Luka't Ftitivaf
' At Morgan's Gardant
1 Saturday
:j Tfa beautiiful gardena of ilr,
and lira. Charles Morsan at Mlra-

, flores will be the site of St. Luke's

Festival this Saturday as in pre pre-,
, pre-, vJous'' years. 1
'Among the new attractions will
be a Horse Show, which is sched

uled for 4 p.m. Members f the F.
, S. Rudesheim School of R i d i n g

wui participate.
r i Mr..' I, Attmm ; '.,.'
"I Returns From
Costa Rica

.Mrs. E. Altaian of El Cangrejo
returned from a short vacation in

San Jose, Costa Rica, where she
' attended two wedding! of children

;' 01 bet mends.,,
elfle-Navy Wires I if
Will Hold Bake Sale
, Pacific Navy Wives Club will

V

have a bake sale Saturday.-Booths

will be set up at the. Navy Ex

change and also at the Marine
P.X, at Rodman. A delicious as assortment
sortment assortment of cakes and pastries will

oe on aispiay. eaie wiu sian
9:30 a.m.

Proceeds will so to the e 1 n b'l

General Welfare Fund. :-

Guests At Hotel

Guests at the Hotel Panamonte

Balboa. Mr. and Mrs. Lewis H

Schrar. from Curundu. Mr. and

Mrs. Frank De.Geer, from Diablo

C.Z.. Mrs. George Emsue, from

Albrook. Mrs. Eliabetzh Yaggie

from Yanktown S.D., Mr. t.Y.

Denham, from Panama, Mr J. R
Strange, from Guatemala. Mr. D.

J. Claward. from Guatemala. Mr

H. A. Van Wall from Guatemala
and Mr. R. 0. Miller, from Guatti

Miq. j ..... ..

High Court Justice 'Hostile'
To Congress Probes-McCarthy

4

"WASmNOTONJ Feb. 28 (UP)

Sen.-Joseph R. McCarthy (R-Wis

said todav he Vbelieves bupreme

Court Justice William J. Brennan
" Jr. ''harbors 1 anr underlying hos hostility''
tility'' hostility'' to 1 congressional Investiga

tions of communism.
HnwAvnr. McCarthy did not

show up at a Senate Judiciary
Committee' hearing to continue bis
critical ouestionmg of the new

hioh cmirt member.

.Hi toldi repoTters he douirted
'"mi usrful' nnrnose" would pe

' cprvoil hv nnizhw Brennan furdi

r. Besides; he said-, he preferred
to attend today's- hearing of the
. Senate Labor Racketeering, Com-

Although not a member of the
' Judiciary Committee, McCarthy
attended Its hearing yesterday and
Questioned Brennan extensively
about his past statements on Com-

munut inquiries, crennan oemea
h avion criticized them as witch

hunts and inquisitions. i a
But McCarthy said to a letter to
Chairman James O. Eastland (D (D-Miss)
Miss) (D-Miss) that he believed Brennan'l
answers showed the justice ?bar ?bar-bors
bors ?bar-bors an underlying hostility to con congressional
gressional congressional attempts to investigate
and expose tha Communist con conspiracy
spiracy conspiracy i 1 -

McCarthy has conceded that he
has no hopes of blocking Senate
confirmation of Brennaft's appoint

ment to the high bench. The JNew

Jersey jurist has men serving un under
der under a recess appointment.
Eastland said the committee

will vote on the nomination in
closed session ntxt Monday, The
group ended Its hearing with only
brief Questioning ef Brennan.

Sen. Arthur V. Watkiaa (.

Utah), saki be completely dis-

icreed with McCarthy and nad

"everv confidence" that Brennan

respected the right of Congress to

mvestigata commumsm.

Brennan. a Homan uatnouc.

said he would 'never permit, any

religious obligation to influence

hie decision on a case.

He was asked tlus question by

Sen. Joseph C O'Mahoney ID-

Wyo), aUo a Catholic, at the re request
quest request of Charles Smith, represent

ing the National UDerai Jbeague,
New York.. ..

Committee members agreed the

ouestion was irrelevant aad sen.

Estes Kef a uver (D-Tenn) said it

should not have been asked. He
said it might lead other people to

believe "that we are considering

personal religious beliefs" in act

ing on jederai appointments

is May Prevent

Child From Learning To Read

jW'iWWJjssaaairtf sWffatiallifr
lt! icoiL Worias.iv ,wi
JKEFk, Assistant'- Deputy
Chief of Staff foj Operations.
Caribbean Air' Command de delivered
livered delivered a two-Tiour presenta presentation
tion presentation recently to th Air com

mand and Staff College at the
Air ; University, Maxwell AFB,
Alabama. -Keefe spoke on
"Latin America, aa it affects

the. military ( posture of the

Western Hemisphere." This Is

the second consecutive year

that a Caribbean Air Com

mand reoresentative has been

Invited to speak on this sub

ject. (Official USAF photo)

: Meetings y

Soroptimtsts

WU) Held Limcheen 1

The Sorptimists Qub will bold

their regular' month luncheon at

the Hotel El Panama -.Saturday.

Those unable to attend are asked

to call- Shirley Smith 1-0377.

Ruuisn Action In

1 1

Turncoat's Refyrn

D.

de-

Canal Zone Kids Get Opportunity

To BeAdmirals, Gra!5:For:Pay

?rh ranal Zone-. Veterans of

Foreign I Wars are again spon.
1 goring their annual "Admirals
and Generals tor a Day" con-
test- ".: ... '- '-'i'
. Tha subject of the contest Is
What Armed rorces pay means
to me." ; -.
Students -from' the various
Junior High Schools to the Ca Canal
nal Canal Sone will be comnetina; tot
the opportunity to "Run" the
Armed Forces of the isthmus oi
ivmmA vnrcea nav. March 18.

fhm .nnst la limited to e&

Inlnir TIO mOTft than

twenty-five words, Punctuation,

grammar, ana neamcH r
considered to nave v a strong
bearlne in selecting the es es-"The
"The es-"The essays or slosrfliis win ft
Judd by H comnuttee selected

by the sponsors.
P'x rners ar to be sectea,
and will fce presented ram be"'.
Jn the flve-T. J2.nls'.' bv
clals of the VTW. the .cans will

remain tne prpperiy m wie

presenttibi -61 the "Commw-

alons w.m Te. mn nv n o o-niral
niral o-niral or a fteneml. ad wl". ne

followed! Vy. a full day's acvl acvl-ties
ties acvl-ties for the winner fctm-un
visits to the Canal Zom "Ter "Terror;
ror; "Terror; Commander, rarlnbwi
Command: commander, Carlp.

Youths Steal Span
CANTERBURY Ungland, Feb.?8
(UPV-Sevea boya in their early
teens have pleaded uilty to
charges of stealing a bridge, court

authorities reported ioaay.
The youngsters between 12 and
14 Tears old were ordered on pro probation
bation probation when they. confessed to
stealing a bridge over the River
Etour.and towing it away with a
canoe for us aa a landing stage.'

4 5. 'nil H ,
bean Air command; Command Commanding'
ing' Commanding' General, United States Ar Army
my Army Caribbean", and to the Com Commandant,
mandant, Commandant, Fifteenth Naval Dis District.
trict. District. , I
The VFW lias sponsored this
contest since the first unified
Armed Forces Day In 1950. Pre Previous
vious Previous winners are not eligible to
compete for this year's honors.
Last -year's winners were:

orftc Vale. Balboa Junior High:

William Miller, Balboa Junior
High; James Vendltti, Cristobal
junior High; Doris Payne. Crls Crls-tnhni
tnhni Crls-tnhni Junior Hieh: Barbara

Wiechmann, and Robert Spcague

of St. Marys
New Bill Exempts
Four Sports From
Anti-Trust Laws
wARrnNfiTON CUP1 Rett.

Oren Harris (D-Ark) introduce

todav a bill to exempt professions
baseball, football. basfcetbalL anl

hockey from anti-trust laws.

Baseball already enjoys an t-j

emotion under, a Supreme. Court
ruling of 1922. .i
The Karris rcroosal-was at odds

with, bins mtroaucea or tnemoers
of the Judicisry Committee to put
baoeban under tbe anti-trust law;.

Both actions srear out of the

court's refusal Monday ; to tlve

professional foofbaU the same, ex

emption enjoyec ny oasenau. The

rourt nas not ruiea 1 airecuy en
the status of basketball and hock

ey. ... .::.. .' ; -.
Harris said the court's ooposite
rulings en baseball and football
had created an "anomaly" -which
called for correction by law.. He
said his bill, would make ft clear

to the courts that Congress does
hot intend the conduct of the four
named sports to be subject to the
ani -trust laws. v -, 1

HONG KONC: FHi. SS TTP1

American turncoat Samuel

Hawkins.-24.-said today he

qded to leave 'Communist China
because of Soviet intervention in

Hungary.' 1

Hawkins.' of' Oklahoma Cltv.

Okls.. arrived In-Hons Kona todav

alter inree- -years of -seu-imnosed

exile in Peroing-.'He was one of

" American soldiers who chose to
live as' Communist in China at.

the end of the' Korean War, and
was, one of seven who later left to

return w we united states

; One formr U:9."soldier was re

ported, to -have died of tuberculosis
in Cuina;- The thirteen' others, still

were in. cams. v-.v''; V'

, Hawkins' effBewsmia al -i
hotel here' after a brtpf inturvimm

wub ua. consulate omciais.' it.

poners nrst asked mm why he
changed his mind sbput living in

vommumsn

"Moptly because of the Huncar-

Broadcasting Corporation. the

Voice of America and the Armed
Forces Radio ; N t w or ,v but
learned -most about it from Hun

garian students in JPeiDinav

i'Thfi Hungarian aturimta ar

dissatisfied with Russian soldiers

being in Hungary' he said, s

Consulate .officials said uthey

would issue a one-way passport to
the United ; States for Hawkins,
who has been dishonorably ,dis-

coargea irora inv Army.. i
Hawkins told n e w s m en he
wanted to -leave China earlier but
delayed bis departure because he

wanted jus yme, .. Tanya, to ; ac accompany
company accompany him. He married Tanya

a nussian stenograpner. in, ra
ping last June-. ; v

. He said he was" advised to try

to arrange a visa for her after he
returned home. British authorities
will not permit her to. enter Hong
Kong until they are assured she

will be .admitted to the United

stairs. ,

J WASHINGTON. Feb. 28 (UP)
Hidden handicaps may pre prevent
vent prevent aa lntelligetn child', from
learning to read or write. t
These handicaps, which edu educators
cators educators call "leraning blocks.'
may be physical or psychologic
cal. When parents and teachers
fall to recognize their symptoms,
a child is unjustly labelled as
ignorant, Jazy or recalcitrant.
Learning blocks can be over

come, sometimes onuite aasllv.

wneu mey are accurately diag diagnosed
nosed diagnosed and nroperlv treated

Authority for these statements

is Mrs. Marion Kingsbury, direc

tor of Washington's remedial

education center. This privately

supported Institution is on of

the nation's oldest and most re

spected diagnostic clinics lor

children with educational nrob-

r

iema. t

Mrs. Kingsbury said In an
Interview that there are six
broad types of learning; blocks
that often appear In children
of averager or above-average
Jntelllgenee. Two of th most
common are poor eyesight and
poor hearing.
"Many a child is falllntr be.

hind In his schoolworit today
because he simply cant see or

near wnars win on." Mrs

Kingsbury said.- "Unless they are

quite acute, these handicaps are
often unrecognized by parents

ana leacners.

Even naraer to detect is a

dlfficultv that Mrs. Klneabnrv

calls "cross dominance." she
explained that moat right-hand

ed peonie slrht with their riant
eve: left-handed neoDli with

their left eye. But some children
are all tnlxed no: tJiy sieht with
theb ripfht eve. but use their
left hand to et, or draw.' i

Tb5 makes It nnntmaliv hard
for them to master the left-to-

right direction of English
reading and writing. Yhey
give a due to their problem if
they persist for a long period
In reading "was" for "saw,"
'"no" for ''on, and writ let letters
ters letters and numbers backwards.
Probably the one greatest

source of learning blocks. Mrs.

Kingsbury : said, Is "lmmaturi

"The crux of at least half of
our reading problems is that we

are trying1 to teacn a child tne
most civilized art we have in invented
vented invented before he is ready for It,"
she said.
. Immaturity may be physical

the child Is not yet able to mas
the fine visual and audlal. dis

tinctions' Involved in recognia

ine letters and their sounds. Or

lt mav b. emotional in that be

has not developed enough self-

control or a lonar enough span

of attention to get along with

other children. .

Mrs. Kingsbury said tnat
closely related to Immatnritv
is a twe of psychological block
a child develops when Ms
parents put too much pressure
on nUm' to succeed. "He be becomes
comes becomes so frantically anxious
to do well In school that he

can't learn to read at all."

The sixth learning block, Mr?

Klnffsburv said.- mlRht be de

scribed as the consequences of

neglecting one or more or the

ftrat five. ;.

"The fact that the child Is
fallinor behind in his schoolwork

becomes the main source of his

anxiety. Reading becomes

challenge that he feels he can

not meet. He dreads any act of

sneaking or writing that will re

veal his inadequacy, He invents

his own 'cover-up system no
cuts ud In class and pretends he

just doesn't care about learning

to reaav

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PACHP EIGHT
IM FAlfAMA -AMERICAJI -jm AH-INDEPENDENT AttT NEWSPAPER
THURSDAY, FEBRUARY tt,19ty
i-CHS In

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CHS Alumn,

MijghAddiie Gdmelonignt

e

Ibrook Gives

pennant Hopes Big

Clayton

Jot

lie league leading Fort Clayton

Cavftllers received anomer jou in
thatt pursuit for- the PAAF base base-,
, base-, balfe league pennant Wednesday
veiiaa at vJarman Field when
VeJ&kd place Albrook Flyers
ianijecr them their fourth loss in
' thelf last six outings 5-3.
v Wednesday afternoon the Fort
Kobpe Regulars played hosts to
theifArmy Atlantic Bushmasters
Yiq .after spotting them a 7-0 lead
the.Kegulars picked away at the
Buskmasters until finally in the
' bottom of the ninth they scored

runs' thp. winhinc run on a

alnvln hv second baseman Hal

Dufleld, to win 8-7.
(j FLYERS DUMP CAVS
Fart Clayton's Cavaliers receiv receiv-ed.
ed. receiv-ed. b jolt Wednesday epening
Leading the league by four and
nnathalf carries not to lone ago.

thd.'favs have seen this lead dwin-

diet to a mere game as a result

of Jfllbrook's 5-3 victory over the
' Clapton nine.
' Btfb Hanson, somewhat of a sur surprise
prise surprise atarter, went the distance
for Mie Flyers yielding but six hits
andtstriking out twelve men. Bill
Cart went the full nine innings
forflthe Cavs and suffered his
third loss against eight wins.
Trtiling 3-2 going into their half

I flfle eigntn, ine t lyers suaaeniy

to me. Mene rosier arew

Alumni Hands
Powells First!
Loss of Season

Louie French Hurls

a walk, a sacrifice and singles by
Art Daniels, Mario LaMaestra an I

"it.?". dr0Ve ln "le ATLANTIC TWILIGHT LEAGUE

mice uctiuuig kuiia

cajMt

Bourne-Ibarra
Bantam Title
Bout April 14

Bantamweight cljam p i o n
Melvin Bourne will fight top-ranking-
contender Toto Iba Ibarra
rra Ibarra for the 118-pound crown
in Panama City bout April
14, it was announced today by
promoter Sidney Arias.'!
- Ibarra, who Is at present
Aipaigntar in the tT:S.. will
come to Panama sometime
after his March 4 leaturn Votit

with Pappy Cauls fot.

the 15-rwma t'we fncn
The slurging 2lyeaT1d
ChJriouf yountstcr has been
victorious in his two previous
Stateside appearances, gain-i"-
unan'n? six-round ver
diots each fme.
Fonrne hs bn the I'r
In, hi two lest out'ns. The
ehrpin dropped uin' uin'-moi
moi uin'-moi decision to fff.Hcri
weirht aspirant Jesu Santa Santa-rria
rria Santa-rria in Jennary and lost In
lite manner to iconfi-rrnk-ed
ntpin nndn iw-.i-'in-a
. Simda" n ? nn-5tle go.
"arT Vay Mrt.'-e-' In
th ta'r' wo me t'nj.
Bourne d Ibarra have never
net before.

Hanson received credit for bis

second win of the season. His rec record
ord record is now 2-1.
KOBBE SQUEEZES BY AA

Hal' Duffield's fourth hit of the
game, a single to left-centerfield,

in the bottom of the ninth inning

scored teammate Ron M a s s i e r

from third-base with the game win-

mn run as the Fort Kobbe Regu

lars came from behind to edge
the Army Atlantic Bushmasters 8 8-7
7 8-7 at Rencher Field Wednesday aft-,
ernoon. (
In the fifth inning with the score
7-0 in favor of AA, Duffield start started
ed started Kobbe's scoring with a two run
homer. It was a liner to center-

field that Joe Tucker' dived' for

but missel. One man was on

base when Duffield connected.

The Regulars' scored one more

run in the fifth and two in the
six66)th to make the score 7-5 in fa

vor of AA. This is the way the
score read until the bottom of the
ninth when the Regulars broke

loose for three runs.

Frank Janas relieved starter
Bob Malinoski in the fifth inning

for Kobbe and allowed the Bush

masters but one run, which was
unearned, the rest of the way. Jo

nas record is now 3-5.
The hitting star for the Bus h h-masters
masters h-masters was hard hitting third
baseman Rolando Perez. He col collected
lected collected a triple, double and single
in five trips to the plate.

PAAF Ltague Stnaindgs
(as of Fab. 28, 57)

2nd Half Standings

-Teams Won Lost Pet.

USS Jasper 2 0 1.000
Powells 1 1 .500
CHS Alumni ...... 1 1 .500

C. HAS. ) ........ 0 2 ".000

Tuesday's Results
CHS Alumni 12, Powells 10'
Tonight's Game
CHS Alumni vs C. S..
By TREVOR SIMONS

In a hectic 2Vi hour contest

tnat featured free scoring; by

Doin siaes, CH&-Aiumni banded

roweus tneir first defeat of

1957, by a 12 to 10 count The

frame started out to look .like
another easy victory for the
rampaging Powells nine for the

Aiumni scored their upset vie
tory the hard way.

Fort Clayton
Fort Amador
Albrook AFB
Fort Kobbe
Army Atlantic

W L GB
14 6 --13
13 --13 T 1
66 a ?
8 12 6
4 16 10

Sports Briefs
NEW YORK (UP) Gary
Thompson of Iowa State anu

Jimmy Krebs of southern Meth

odist became the first playerg

namea tor tne west souad to

day for the annual East-West
AllrStar Basketball Game at
Madison Square Garden, March

30.

Spotting Powells seven runs
In the first three innings, the
winners came from behind with
a big nine-run fourth frame,
then came back again in- the
sixth to break tin a in tnin i

with twp runs that, turned out
to be th margin of victory.

me game r-ouid hardlv f,P
termed a Ditcher's dnnl it

more like a marnthon contest of
endurance as th two starting
pitchers. Le Leftridw. f- tv..

1!!n!,nLand Gibson: for Powells
toiled throughout th. niij

fair. " -u

Leftridr hflrt nlartn .l.-.t

trouble. He piloted on!v fnnr
hits but surrendered

and hit two hatters. A matter
of fact Powells big third inning,
J"! th JSC0red f0llr ru1" ru1"-VPs
VPs ru1"-VPs th. r-sult of onlv or- bs

V u Mn-lea In the

..ii ii- "nwen- tn score three
more of their tallies.

No-Hifter

In Near Perfect Game Effort

ia.iiiriiiiuWi!i'"wijkwrtaawawMwwww 111111 """n ittti
Si I n ,. lr ti i

14 YEAR OLD RELAY WINNERS Left to right Alln
Scott, j Joe Trower, Thn Days, Jon Snodgrass winners of the
Butch Appleby Memorial Trophies for the 14 year old boy's
free -style relay In last year's Gamboa Civic Council Swim
meet. The fifth:meet will be held March 3 at the Gamboa
.. ''POOL
f 1 r C

NEW YORK (UP ThB Na

tional Basketball Association
club owners, in their annual
February meeting here, have re
affirmed the philadelohia war warriors'
riors' warriors' draft rights to Wilt Cham Cham-beralin
beralin Cham-beralin once he has oeen grad

uated from the University of

Kansas.

The CHS Alumni, on th nth

er hand bunch- fiVe of thfir

-even nun on Glon intn th
fourth whn tViM t

hTS w-"njr to the niat Tn

auuiunn io rn ven 't, Wh Wh-"n
"n Wh-"n nllnwed fiv moiv

struck out eleven batters. ,

Tttrld- vos the M n0wer
at tbe r.iat 0- th? iumri too
n hp, hip.d fwn n,ft bJ,se,
'OPfd trlnl. tn th. fnrth
' two Ms.t In tb VfV,

T-n" Ror- to

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Lockman Faces

Fight to Regai
First Base Job

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"M"- """'"it the 12th run for

The loss was costly for Powells

more so ior tne loss of Le.i R'ne R'ne-bxrt
bxrt R'ne-bxrt thn foriwhpt it Hid to

them, iri Ihf standings. pr" pr"-hart,
hart, pr"-hart, attempting to scor from
second on a wild throw in the
fifth, .twisted a tendon In his
leg and had to leave the. game.
Rinehart has ben leading the
league' with a .519 battinjr RVer RVer-aie
aie RVer-aie and his absence from the
line-uDifor any neriod of time

will hurt the Dennant-mlnded

Powells.

Alumni Meets C-H.S. Tonifht

The idle USS Jasper nine sat
back at Tuesday night's contest

hnrj watched themselves being

given a l-game DUige in tne sec

ond half racer' Tonight Alumni
and CHA will be attempting to
get into the thick of the battle.

Alumni's big right-hande;

Johnson, who has been a disap

polntment so far this season,
will be ready to go against the

Hign scnooi. raiumoo s cnoice

as a starter tonight has not yet

been announced, but either Ray

Croft or Billy Gibson wilt be giv

en the nod as the school boys

attempt to break into, the win

column.

PHOENIX, ArIz.,l(UP)' Whitey
Lockman will have to fight It out
with two other- candidates Wore
regaining' hiC! old first baseman's
. I U.UU Ak-lkT 1-

puai wua liic nicw j oric. uianis,

Manager 4iiu mgney indicated to
day. --y

Lockman, traded to the St.

Louis Cardinals last season in a

seven-player deal; returned to the

Giants Tuesday in a no-cash trade
that sent veteran relief pitcher
Hoyt Wilhelm to St. Louis.

Rigney explained that

wouldnt be assigned his old spot
f. first base without first earning

it.

Gail Harris stuL Is. our. No. 1

first base candidate," be added.
"And the fact that we have Lock,
man back does not change ray
plans to give third basem;
Foser Casleman a crack a fir
base and left field." i

Officials Find
No Gambling Link
Wilh Unnamed Ref

ST. LOUIS, (UP) Missouil

valley Conference officials turneil

up no leads today to a rumored Ebdon

PACIFIC LITTLE LEAGUE

Second Half Standings,
, i Von Lost Pet.
Spur Cola .2 0 1.4)00
Lincoln Life ...... 2 1' .667
Police i .;, . ... 2 V .667
Elks 1414 .i..., 1 1 .500
Seymour Agency ; 0 ": 2 .000
Gibraltar Life 0 v 2 .000

Lincoln Life 6,: Gibraltar Life 0

Louie French missed a perfect
game by one pitch; hitting
Thompson, 'who was the only

uioraitar j Life player to reach

finst base, n While the Lincoln's

twiner missed a perfect game,

he chalked up a no-hit no-run

game to his record.

This was also his fourth ahut-

out or the yean Thirteen ".Gi

praitars ; were set down hv

, ... .

jtciicii via striKe outs.

With French keeninor thl m,

braltars ln check, his team
mates supported him with i
nine hit attack on Crosby.

Johnny Joyner led the bar

rage with three for three, two
of which were doubles Npvt. in

line -were Beck and French with
two apiece. A triDle bv Ostrea

was me longest nit ball of the

aay. . ,.

Te box score;

Lincoln Life

Joyner J. rf ....

Engelke L. rf ..
Ostrea ss .i

Beck 3b ........
French p
Case c
Farnsworth lb
Deming cf ......
Bowman cf ....

Klamco: If

Duran 2b

Fernandez

Editor: CDNRADO SARCEANT

Fastlich

League

Team
Ocelots
Falomas .
Pericos
Conejos ..

Macaws ..

STANDINGS
. W L

,.7 a

,. 3
,. 4; 4
. 4 6
. 2.8

Fct GB
uo 2
.400 3
1200 4Va

Ab It
.32

. 0
. 3
. 3
. 3'
. 3

Ocelots Take Thriller 9-8

The Conejos gave the Ocelots
the scare of their lives as they

dropped a nine to eight decision
Wednesday afternoon at the

Fastlich Teenage park. This was

the bi one for the Ocelots as
they are now assured of at least
a tie with the Palomas. Should
the Palomas lose Thursday, it

would crown the Ocelots as first

half winner.

The Ocelots sent Ammiratl to

the rubber for the win in which

he allowed eight runs on six
hits. The Conejos started Miller

and he matched Ammiratl on

hits and runs until tne fourth

wnen tne ocelots came up wito

lour to lead by one.

KliDoer came in from third

anu aeid the Ocelots scoreless

lor the remainder of the game.

The oceiots scored two in tne

first on singles by Engeike and

j. Morris ana two wants, two in

the second on a single bv J

Morris and three waiks, one In

the third on a bingie by worn-

ble and a two base rap oy Boy Boy-ett,
ett, Boy-ett, four in the fourth with sin

gles by J. Morris, Vaughn and
Boyett coupled with three walks.

in the first the Conejos sent

eleven men to bat ana tallied

five times on hits by Parker and

Scott, four walks and a. hit bat

ter, one in the secona on r aou aou-hi.
hi. aou-hi. amtt and a sintrle bv Miller.

tw oin the third on a double by

Gibraltar Life

by a sus-

Tht straight player trade also

should help the Cardinals, who
needed a veteran like Wilhelm to

bolster their bullpen Staff. The 33-year-old
right-hander enjoyed his
greatest season with the Giants In
1952, when he led the National
League with an earned-run aver average
age average of 2.43 while winning 15
games and losing three. He bad a
t-a record last year.

gambling connection
pended referee.

- The league president, the Rev.

Charles L. Sanderson of St. Louis

University, refused to name the

keferef. "He Saidi vThe conference

decided not to reveal the name w

the official and we : will continue

that policy."; "''.-,?
Commissioner Artie Eilers, ii
Chicago to run down accusers o

the referee, found no evidence 'to

support the rumors.

The referee was suspended after

the president of Wichita Univer

sity reported rumors. that Wichita,'

moving up toward the valley Das-

Lock mn ketball championship, until a few

days ago, was slated to lose us
next three games.
The referee, assigned to work
all three games, was to use a
"biased" whistle to control the
point spread issued by basketball

handlcappers operating out of

M' : according to rumors.

'he f i r s t

game, but was withdrawn from

lie receiv-

...j u-ai fee.
Coaches in the game gave him
a high' rating, the referee said. He
added that he did not know how
the rumors started and he was
willing to appear before any in investigative
vestigative investigative body to clarify the sit situation.
uation. situation. Eilers' said the referee had a
reputation for independence and
ability, and may be the victim of
a "whispering campaign."

If

Boughner' If
Hanna 3b, ss
Uanvianti..

Fraunneim lb
Wilson c
Thompson cf

Barrett ss, 3b 2

Crosby p j.. 2
Hunt 2b 1
Zapp x .'...,.; 1
x batted for Hunt in 6th

. .... (!,;

McJJabb,' a pilfered base and a
costly bobble.
For the Ocelots Boyett led
with-two for two followed by
Vaughn and Ammiratl with one
for one and J, Morris with three
for four. ...
McNabb .tor the Conejos led
with one for one paced by Scott
wtih two for three and Parker
and Miller with one for two...
' '.- '.: ',-!'.' ..f. ... .in'?;' ',;
The box score; )

Ocelots : ; 4h
Engelke 2b ."4
French ss 1
Ammirati p .rt...
Morris, J. c 4
Reynolds cf ........... 3
WombIe If ,, 3
Dombrowskl rf ....... 2
Vaughn rf 1
Boyett. lb 2
Morris, R. 3b 3
' Conejos

Chassin 2b

Stewart rf 2

marker if, 3b .......... 2

scott cf

Miller p, lb

Klipper. 3b, p
Hern, J. lb
Thomas If .

uranaon ss
McNabb c

Maiiory x

1
1
2
1
1
0
1
0
0
0
0

H
"1
0
1
s'
0
1
a
3
0

x Walked for McNabb in 5th.
D. Hern 'ran for Mallory In
5th.-

SUMMARY Two hasn

Boyett. Scott. McNabb. Strike
outs:-by AmmaratL d. Miner 1

Klipper 2. Walks off: Ammiratl
6, Miller 7, Klipper 1, Umpires; ;
Hilzinger and Rivera. Scorer:
Brandon.

Bob Fretland
Breaks Brazos
Course Record

ISTHMTA NI.ITTLE LEAGUE

By G1LBEKXO fltltiwa
Tuesday's Results v

Somer's Parks 055 03-f 13 2 3

M. Of Omaha 900 00 fl 7 1
; Winning pitchert J. Ojeda.
Losing pitcher: A. Philips. Um Umpires:
pires: Umpires: M. Griffith, D. Sobers, G.
Weeks. Scorer: A. peterkin.

Second Game
Nehi 502 007
Tivoli Motors .0J2 00--3

Bob Fretland, playing with
David Brown, Fred Huldqurct
and Capt. Findley .Meehan.
broke the course record at the
Brazos Brook Country Club
yesterday afternoon when he
shot eight birdies and ten pars
for' a gross score of 64 which
was one stroke lower than the
previous record of 65 which
was aho turned fci by Fretland,
some three years ago.

The box score:
Powells Ak S
Rinehart cf a.... 3 1

Lung cf

Swearlngen c
Dedeaux ss ..
Hlghlev 3b .
Gibson o ....
Manning 2b
Hooper lb ...
Sapo If
Dunning rf .

1

3'

Pe
1
0
9
3
0
0
3
3
0
0

26 10 4 18 5

CHS Alamai

ml

Hammond 2b
Orvi 3b. If
Fehlber?' ss

Rc-v rx,.
Leftridge d
Plevens lb
Bell rf
cOraw If
r'-er 3b

Powun c

, i v
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V

The card:
Oht-in

344 343 24431
433 534 43433

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Winning pitcher: smith,- Los Losing
ing Losing pitcher: M. Blenman. Scor Scorers:
ers: Scorers: A. peterkin.

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Meter Bests
Diesel Motors
Panama Aula. S. A

Friday's Games
Elga vs Somers parks at 3; 00
p.m. (
Tropelco vs Tivoli Motors at
5:00 p.m. .
Monday's Game
. Mutual of Omaha vs Nehi at
4:30 p.m.
"The isthmian Little. League
has at its head an enterprising
groviD of representatives of the
Pacific side local rate 1 commu

nities.
Tht list of officers includes:

Claude smith, president: Ar

nold Dorville, vice.. .president

Hamilton- La vaias, secretary

Dudley Farrall. treasure?: Ru

dolph prince and Joseph French,

screening committee; c. Bur

gess, player-manager. t
All 1- J 1 . J .. .

Small. G. Mayers; T. Sawyers, cl

Daniels, J. Grant, C Bovelv C.

Bailev. 3. Rogers. R.mniss. --W.
WhiUaktr. o. Burton. O. Earle,

R. Phaw. Volunteer workers: N

Truick, W. Ellington, Ramnel

Powell, G. Weeks, pa Costa Ma.
hon. D. Sobers, c. Hope.

' Seven boys and six Rlrl. were
born at Gorgss Hospital hiring

the week ending at midnight

Feb. 25. according to the regit

lar hespital rerjort. Durlnr the
same period 175 otients were

admitted and 157 were dis
charged.

.The names and addresses of

the parents of the boy bnbles

follow: 'fl-Set. and Mrs E. J

Coleman, Pedro M'Tiel: sfc, aid
Mrs. C. E. Doss, Fort Gullck,
1st Lt and Mrs. W. M. iewelL of

Fort KObbe: Mr. and Mrs M. H.

Fealey, of par also: Mr. and Mrs.

R. A. Johnson, of Balnoa: Mr.

and Mrs. N. J. Preston, of Lo-

rona: and Mr. and Mrs. William

Pretto. of Panama City.

Girls were bor nto th foHow

Ing: Mr. and Mrs. E. Oarcis of

Pardso: Mr, and Mrs. J w. Re Remain,
main, Remain, of Panama citv: Sfc nd

Mrs. H. R. Ambler, of Fnrt Kob

be: T-Sot. and Mrs. J. M. Mich Mich-eletO.
eletO. Mich-eletO. of Looona: lit Lt. atid
Mrs. P. W. Jobon. t Trt voH voH-be:
be: voH-be: Mr. and trs. w. C Sher Sherwood,
wood, Sherwood, of cocolL

Atlantic Teenage
League : ;
v.r.-;-j-...v--'l . i'i'C.f'-Crj'Y'-;'
; f M.A. Upsets IcPO For'
Season's Second win'
.The MJt,A., doormat or the
Atlantic Teenage League, turned turned-on,
on, turned-on, their tormentors Tuesday
afternoon at the Coco Solito baU
crimped the- pennant hopes of
H?e c? ,club when they turned
them back 4-2.
Jt was the second victory of

w jma.
nnTJ16 PPi?ing pitchers aiiowed
?.y SF-?", aplece but Phi Philips
lips Philips the winning hurler. was re-
ttMnbT' "tetm bunching
their blngles to win.
The box score:1

INDIANA POLIS. TndL. UP

Llghtweirht Kenny Lane .- man man-aver.
aver. man-aver. Jack Keams. has nnsW a
000 ruamntee for a tiM. bout
with chpmion Jr roi n
t eve of the inianoH W W-mil
mil W-mil aut rcf tf tK nrfrM

M.R.A.
Aleguas, rf ..
Irving, 3b ...
McGloln, ss
Cotton,, cf ...
Sanders, If .
Phillips, p ...
Egger, 2b....
Rodriguez, lb
Ender, c .....
Garfield, 3b

KanKin, 2b
Borcileno, If
Totals 5

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1
2
0
0
0
1
0
0
0
0

29 4 4

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Detore, 2b 3
Bird, ss 2
Eberen2, ss 1
Zimmerman, rfx. 2

Belanger. lb

Karplnskl. c

Green, 3b ...

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1
0
0
0

3 0
3,0
3 O

Clark, cf

Wicks, p
orenzo, If
Totals

28 2 4

Motta Team Ktrenrthea Hold

For Second Half Title Br De-

f eating C.0. 5-1 c j;
Venus, 'In relief of Pelerson.

was the winning pitcher al

though Eberens pitched a good
game for the CPO club but his
downfall occurred when his op opponents
ponents opponents bunched four hita for

four runs in the fourth Inning.

Mottas Ab

Humphries, e .......... S

Tomnkins. 3n s

Fields, ss M.;...,-J
Venus, o ...... 3

Bruce, cf ....... .4..... 2

uts. ri 2

Wiegle, lb 3
Gougen, 2h 2'
Lastlnger if a

Peterson, p 9

Ellzey. p .............. 0

H

0
1
1
1
0

0
0
I
0
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Totals

23 8 3

Detore, 2b
TtrA --

toerenz. o

Meggs. If

orenso, rf

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Green.. 3b ,..
Felanw. lb ...........

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TRACES SDorfa C'. SM
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i 1st Race 6th Series Imp.
7 Fi.
5 1 Pontba t i'B. Cftrvajal 10H
i o Y7infani n VasnliM 1Mt

5 SRiscal-. v K. Fiores llff wWeakef, corapeUtion x
f 4 Arpegio i J. Jimenez 112 Usually disappoints -I
6 Rada F. Alvarez 113 Doesn't seem likely
S -Teloreo J. M. Bravo 105 Return from layoff
i 7 Bacana '' 1 O. de'Leon 110 Not on recent form
-Sweet Windsor J. Avila 118 Dargerous contender

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2nd Rae 'B and C'' Natives 7 F.Purse $350 Pool Closes 1:15
2ND RACE OF THE DOUBLE i,

XJde G C A Ycaza 113
"! 2-La Ehea A. credldio 105
3-iady Ednai R. Vasquez 116
?V4Jachaliri F.Alvarez 112
' 5 (Radical A. Vasque2 122.
r 6 (Yosikito O. de Leon 112.
7 Takeaway) B. Baeza 107
; 8 Rabiblanco) Prescott 110
3rd Race Natives 6 Ft.'
ONE

t Golden Pick v J. Phil-. 115 -"-Nothing to recommend
Engreida i : B. Baeza 115 Usually close up ,
3 Full.Moon A.Vasquez 115 Should beat these
4 rTaceraV JL Dario HO' Ppuld surprise ',.,y.f.:
5 Fablonet O. de Leon 110 -No. 1 contender , K
6 Arranquin A. YcazaxllO-r-Would pay well

4th Race "G" Natives 5 Fgs. Purse $27$ r Fool Closes 2 :0
, ... QCINIELA , v ' J'

1 Folletito O. de Leon 105
2 Cara de Sapo J. Avila lia
3Filon A. Credldio 103
1 4 Ebony S. vcarvajal 105
' 5 Winsaba O. Vasquez 102x
' 6 Que Undo r J. Phillips 107
- 7LHjoria O. Sanchez 110
8 Fru Fru E- Ortegfi 108

8th Race "Hla." Natives 6 Fgs.Vurse $275

. 1 M Gallito R, Vasquez 118 -Down in class
' 2-Piel de Asno A. Crodl. 102 -Longshot possibility
3-Rejrfa H. Gustines 06x Would pay nice odds
4- Don Manuel, J. Avila 118 -Has late foot
5- Soberano C. Ruiz 111 -Seems besj here rs
I nurrita B. Azuirre 110 Rates good chance

th Race 5th. Series Imp. 7 Fgs. lre'$5C; Tpol Closes .3 :35
? FIRST RACE OF THE DOUBLE

1 Reflector
2 Greco
fl Suzerain a,
4 Genlzarito
5 My Friend
F. Gatica 105
R Vasquez 110
"e. Dario 115
t. F Alvarfij 110
XL Fiores 112
6 Cuaraie
7 Merry Mason-
B Baeza 105
H. RUiz 108
8 Copar- ;;S.- Hernandez lOOx

ik Do : iv CoriM Imn.1! VlS.Purse $400

"",""v- 2ND RACE OF
1- FieltrO'-' 'sA.'YcaM 124
2- After Me :H. Gustines S7x
3- -Tiny Brook v F. Gatica 113
-4-i-Esc6rial cj, Jimenea 115
SFuerte i F. sanclz 107x
''iSclntlllatlon-A.Vasque 115
TGramilla 3 Hernandes lOlx
8 Garramuno V.XJnega lia
B. Baeza 112
9 Fif lto
tth nice "F" Natives 7 F.

h TQUINIELA t ;
lElenita R. Vasquez 118 -Usually disappoints.
2 Chito V. Castillo 113 -Strong effort last
Croxie ' S. Carvajal 112 Could make It now
4-Certamen B. Aguirra 115 -Has peed heart
HXvispa- ' G. 6anche2 115 -Loves runnerup spot
ChepanlU O. de Leon 100 Right spo here
T-UGini Ladra F. San '104 -Usually gets off !ast
8Damadura A. Vasquez 113 -Last was exceUent

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ConsfitutlOB Day Handleau

E. Dario 105 Could get up in time
V Brown 108 Despite his rider rider-F
F rider-F Alvarez 105 Serious effort now
, K Fiores 115 Fair effor in last
B Baeza 108 Ready to win again
B. Aguirre 113 Was never better
O. de Leon U5 -Could go all the way

1 El Fakir
2 ChivilingO
3 Gourmet
4 Oolazo
5 Jaquimazo
6 Fenix
7Elkq y
"lOth Race Mh Series Imp. 7

1 Mezereum H. Gustines I03x-Best early footj r ....
2Lifeboat B. Baeza 113 Knockinff at door
SDlstingo F. Alvarez 118 -Distance suits style
i01iver 8. Carvajal 108 Not agains thes
6 Maria Stuardo J, RadrL 108 Has strong finish a V ;
(Quiescence O. d Leon 110 Could win again.
7- (Certero V. Castillo 108 y-Razor sharp form
8- Cachafaz) A.Ycaza115 -In ."fj,;.;
9 Dawn Song) X, Vas- 115. -Nomelody -recently ..
". ,ir''--. v '
llth Rac "E" Natives Fgal r.
1 Kalalu T. Gatlca 113 West Indiar dish
, 2 CarloU", O. de Leon tOO Dangerous Jockey
3Danlei F. Alvarez 120 Weak recent races
4 XYa K. Fiores 120 Weights handicap J
5 Black Bet H. Gustines lOOx -Should be close up
Black Gold r R. Gomez 118 Accident In last
7 Moonshiner G- Vasque-110x Rscfcig to best form
t-SoUto .. J. Phillips 107-Not in tor form

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Purse $400 1 Pool Closes 12:45
FIRST RACE Or .TUB UUUi
Strong finish in last 8-1
Hard to beat nOW. it.,,, 2-1
2- 1
4-1
10-1
6-1
15-1
3- 1
Should be close up
Nothing in months
-r Will fight it put ,4-:,v ,-:
-Could repeat her ,!
Back ui top form
Could help entrymate
Could make it here
Not ready, for these
4- 1
10-1
5- 2
31
3-2
2- 3
3- 1
3-1
Tnrw $275 Pool Closes 1:45
TWO
- 121
5-1
even
5-1
2-1
10-1
Distance In favor
Dropped another class
-Has strong finish
Usually moves late -,
Good, early speed
Brief early speed
- Ran welUn last
Could be upsetter
.3-2
2-1
5-1
8-1
5-1
7-1
4-1
4-1
Pool Closes 2;55
2 i
8-1
5-1
15-1
even
3-1
Dahgerous this time
Excellent effort last
Should be close up
Was 'flying at finish
Hard to beat here
4- 1
3-1
3-1
2-1
2-1
8-1
5- 1
20-1
is in-ana-ouier
Last doesn't count ;,;
Not this, time
pool Closes
4:05
THE DOL'BLE
Position handicaps
- UsuaUy moves ilaU i
Runs well when rested
- Has only nam now w
Could pay long odds
Promising youngster
glazing early speedy
2-1
8-1
5-1
15-1
25-1
3-1
10-1
3- 2
4- 1
f.or'" "iV'v""
Usually in money
: Vnni $275
Pool Closes 4:40
3- 1
2-1
4- 1
2- 1
5- 1
15-1
3- 1
3-1
Purse 1600 Pool Closes 5
'1$
4th Series Imp 7 Fgs.
10-1
3-1
3-1
2-1
52
3-1
F.Purse $55 Pool Closes 6:41
5-1
2-1
5-1
5-1
5-1
2-1
21
2-1
2-1
2-1
-l
5-1
4-1
5-1
5-1
4-1
8-1
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Fenix, Golazo, Ellco

Loom Top

. Seven- fourth, series imported .thoroughbreds
are scheduled to match strides in the featured $600
seven furlong "Handicap Dia de la ConstitucWn"
(Panama Constitution Day Handicap) at the Pres President
ident President Remon racetrack tomorrow afternoon..

' Tomorrow a national holiday
in the Republic, win be ceieprai
prt n.t the ranp track with a SDe-
ciai program inai neaunncs uc
handicap.
Fenix. an lmnresslve winner
over a mile and one-eighth last I
pective mutuels choice. How However,
ever, However, he V sure to be hard press pressed
ed pressed in the' mutuels by speedy El Elko
ko Elko arid the classy Golazo. The
latter wound up a strong fin
ishing tfourth m tnis same group
after i returning from a three-
month layoff. .
f) paklr. nhivillneo. Gburmet
and Jaauimazo are also slated
to start in the feature. Of ,this
roap, jaquimazo, a stroni? clos
ing tmra lasr; ween, ana t-nivi-lirrso
are probable upsetters.
. Gourmet usually gets off to a
Panama Marlin
Annual Dry Season
Fishing Tournament
By LiSL.II ...
The Panama Marlin' Club today
is sued regulations for the annual
dry season fishing tournament
winch win bejneia xrom juarcn
tO 10. ; ; .:y '..j','"-' V V:
1. This tournament, alth o u g h
sponsored by the Panama Marlin
Club, is open to all sports fisher
men in the Canal Zone and the Re
public of Panama. ,,v.
2. Entrance fee for each person
UvUl be J5 and must be naid no lat
er than 8 p.m. Friday, March 8. E
try fees will be accepted by any
of the club officers or tournament
committee members. For the con
venience of entrants, a club offi
cer will be at the Balboa Yacht
Clun between p.m. ana p p.m.
Friday, March 8. f j
3."lhe fishing contest area will
be Panama Bay; (Fishing from
the bank and docks permitted.) i
4. Prizes for the tournament will
be trophies or fishing gear.
5. Suggested rendezvous,
will be laboga Island. :
area
6. The tournament will begin at
8 a.m. Saturday, .March 9, and end
at J&.p-m. Sunday, iiarcn 10.
7. Tournament rules in general:
a. Tackle: All fish m u s t be
caueht on rod and reel, line limit
80 lib. test, rod umit is oz. up.
b. Reels: The use 'of two-handed
reels is orohibited. This rule ap
plies, to handles on opposing (ides
of reel. , t. fc.,.;. i.,... ..
e. The fisherman must hook and
bring the fish in 1 unaided-. The
touching of line. pole, reel or ham.
ess by any person other than the
fisherman disqualifies the fish.
d. Gang hooks can be used.
e. A broken rod disqualifies the
catch.
' f. A hooked fish Is disqualified if
Injured or mutilated by attack of
anither. fish or injured by propel propeller.
ler. propeller.
g. A fish which has been scaled,
gutted, or in any other manner
mutilated after being caught is
ineligible for entry. ;
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h. To be eligible for a prize all
entries must be submitted on a Pa
nama Marlin Club Entry. Blank
properly filled out.
L AH fish to be registered for
prises must be weighed on the Of
ficial Tournament Scales which
will be furnished by. the Tourna
ment Committee at Taboga Island
and the Balboa Yacht Club Jer.
J. Weighing time is as- follows i
Balboa Yacht "Club Pler' Satur Saturday,
day, Saturday, Mrch 9, from noon to 8 p.m.
k. All fish not previously weigh weighed
ed weighed for entry must be at the. Yacht
Club Pier by 7 p.m. Sunday. .
.1. All persons going" on a boat
with tournament participants must
be entered in the tournament. The
only exceptions are crew members
and children under the age of U
years, who do not fisa.t : -.-
" ra. The Panama ". Marlia' Club
board of judges will ju egdi
ai clatchee during tlu tournam
and their decision will be final,
n. All fish will be judged as
weighed. v
o. No relased fih, will be con considered
sidered considered for any prire.
. p. All participants must be re registered
gistered registered and entree fee paid by 8
p.m. Friday, March 8. '
g. Beam scalef must be' used for
adaual contest. i
9. Tournament commitefe mem
bers who may be contacted for
further information r: Kill
Meissner Balboa 2-3563, John Me Me-Cooaghy
Cooaghy Me-Cooaghy Balboa 2-30J0, Theodore
Schmidt Balboa 2-3019, and .Dkk
CbessM Balboa 1-3227. - ;
10. Prize Distributions are as fol follow:
low: follow: ; j
lt Larfwt yellow eorbin 1C
tx cent of s Slotted prize money

Contenders

poor start and Ei Fakir, appears
to be outclassed here..
: Fenix will be minus the serv
icer, of his favorite Tider, Fer Fernando
nando Fernando Alvarez.- The iatte? will
be aboard leneshot v Gourmet.
The mere fact that Gourmet is
trained by Luis 'The Magician"
Fairugla Is- reason enough for
him to be considered a-probable
winner. Bias Aguirre -replaces
Alvarez on Fenix. v-' 1
Osvaldo De Leon. who. rode
Elko to a hairline victory a fort
night ago, returns to tne saaaie
of Luis Ieleslas' star.; Kin? Flo-
res will ride ; Golazo, Braulio
Baeza will have the lei? up on
Jaquimazo, Vincent Brnwn will
be aboard Chlvillngo and Emllio
Dario will guide El Fakir i
Ten, other races and a large
number of entries are Included
on an attractive program..
Club News
2nd Largest yellow corbina 5 per
cent of allotted prfce money
3rd Largest yeliow curW.w 3
pel cent of allotted prize money
a largest s!?ver corbina 10 per
cent ot allotted jrize moy
2 d largest silver corbina i per
cent alloted prbe money
,3rd largest silver corbtns 3 per
ent of allotteJ prize money
lsf largest t ed snarptr J10 perl j
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2tid largest ml snapper 5 per
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3rd largest' red 'snapnsr 3 nor
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Largest grouer or jewf ish 10
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allotted prize money v f i

Largest other specie 5 per cent
of allotted prize money
Largest fish caught by a women
5 per cent of allotted prize money.
There will be Special Teeny Wee Wee-ny
ny Wee-ny Tournament entry Blanks, to fill
out at the weighing stations by tne
weignmasters.
NOTICE: Marlin Club Members
must enter their catches oh regul regular
ar regular entry blanks for Annuat Com Competition.
petition. Competition.
We regret to announce Ihat the
party on Taboga Island has been
cancelled. It seems that all the
cooks are also fishermen and so
fishing comes first. We suggest
that each boat arrange about their
own -head for the evening of Sat Saturday
urday Saturday March- 9, eithw by taking
their own food or by having driver
at the hotel on the Island.'
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3 Full Moon
4 Folletito
5 Soberano
8 My Friend
7 Scintillation
8 -Damadura
9 Golazo
10 Lifeboat
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Winsaba
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Apartments

ATTENTION. 0. I.I Just built
modem furnished apartmantt, I,
2 badroomt, hot, cold watar.
Phona Panama 3-4941.
FOR RENT: Furnished a a-partment
partment a-partment inspected screened.
Via Espaiia House before
Juan Franco.
FOR RENT: 3-bedroom a4j
partment, porch, livingroom,
maid quarters and garage. ;
Hot water, lawn and backyard
Good vecinity. Call 3-5692 after
6 p.m.
FOR RENT: Large apartment,
living room, porch, 2 bedrooms
large kitchen, maid's room, 2
bathrooms, garage. Call Pana Panama
ma Panama 3-3338.
FOR RENT: Modern apart apart-mtnt,
mtnt, apart-mtnt, 6 closets, 2 bedrooms,
living room, dining room, kit kitchen,
chen, kitchen, porch, garage. 46th St,
East No. 2-61. Phone 3-1423.
FOR RENT: Two apartments,
furnished $65.00 unfurnished
$45.00. Bedroom, living room.
Francisco Filos street No. 27,
Vista Hsrmosa. Telephone 3 3-3270.
3270. 3-3270. 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-lj)34.
FOR RENT: Modern furnish furnished
ed furnished chalet with hot water. Call
3-5403, 7a. street No. 26 Golf
Heights.
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. Joe's Bolched-Up
'Wrong Door' Raid
On Marilyn Probed
HOLLYWOOD. Feb. 28 (UP)
State Senators investigating Joe
perjury it will be given to the dis dis-door"
door" dis-door" raid on Marilyn Monroe
said today they will check a trans transcript
cript transcript of cbnflicting testimony by
Frank Sinatra and a private eye.
Sen. Fred Kraft, head of the
committee investigating detectives
and unscrupulous bill collectors,
announced "if there is evidence of
perjury it will be given to the dis district
trict district attorney for what action he
deems proper."
Kraft's committee is investiga investigating
ting investigating state licensed private de detectives
tectives detectives who illegally sell client
secrets to scandal magazines.
The first case examined by the
committee in a three-day hearing
while live TV cameras and a bat battery
tery battery of press looked on was a raid
by two private eyes hired by Di
Maggio to seek adultery evidence
against his then estranged wife,
glamor queen Marilyn Monroe.
The story of the raid later show-i
ed up in Confidential Magaizne.
Sinatra, dapper in a dark gray
suit, smiling and pleasant, appear appeared
ed appeared in yesterday's session in the
state building in downtown Los An Angeles
geles Angeles to testify he drove Di Mae
gio to an apartment Marilyn was
visiting Nov. 5, 1954, a month after
she had filed for divorce.
But Sinatra said he was not with
Joe and the detectives when they
heave-hoed through the wrong door
and found a woman so frightened
she sat in bed with the blankets
to her chin and couldn't even
scream.
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LEAVE YOUR AI WITH ONE1 OP OUR AGENTS OR OUR OFFICES AT IS-3T "H" STREET, PANAMA L1BRERIA PREC1AdOT Street No. 13 AGENCIAS
INTERNAL. DK PUBLICACIONKS No J Lottery. Plaza CASA ZALDO Central Ave. 45 LOUBDES PHARMACY 182 La Carrasquilla FARMACIA LOM LOM-BARDO
BARDO LOM-BARDO No. 26 Street MORRISON 4th of July Ave. & J St. a LEWIS SERVICE Ave. TlvoM No, 4 FARMACIA ESTADOS UNIDOS 149 Central Ave.
FARMACIA LUX 164 Central Avenue a) HOUSEHOLD EXCHANGE J. Fo. de la Ossa Ave. No. 41 e FOTO DOMYJusto Arosemena Ave. and 33 St, FARMACIA
VAN-DER-JIS 50 Street No. 53 a FARMACIA EL J3ATURRO Parque Lefevre 1 Street FARMACIA "SAS" Via Porrai 111 NOVEDADES ATHIS Beside
the Bella Vista Theatre. CrvV. v-V v. ; --..v'-:.-.-. ".-'.,,,',. a .. .-'I .v.

Automobiles
FOR SALE: -.1951 Mercury.
Good condition. Owner leaving
for State. Calf 828-3425. Lav
eona.-, ,. ,,v,";-.5,.Y.
FOR SALE: 1952 De Soto, 4
Dr. Automatic Transmission,
i 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. : v y, .. vfc
FOR SALE: 1954 Plymouth
station wagon, with radio, good
tires, and good condition, $1.-'
400.00. Tel. 5-585, Hse. 201, Ga Ga-tun.
tun. Ga-tun. FOR SALE: 1949 Pontiac 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: Chevrolet or Ply Plymouth
mouth Plymouth 1953 model. Very good
condition. Low mileage. Sell
either one. Telephone Balboa
2409.
FOR SALE: Oldsmobile Su Super
per Super 88, 1951, four door Sedan,
beet offer, Albrook 3226.,
FOR SALE: 1954 Ford Cust Custom
om Custom Ranchwagon, excellent con
dition, two tone finish, radio,
overdrive. No trade-in. Call Pa Panama
nama Panama 2-3125 8:00 1:30 and Pa Pa-nama
nama Pa-nama 3-5399 after 2 p.m.
FOR SALE: Cadillac 1951 4
door Sedan Model 62 Black
with all deluxe accessories.
Call Albrook 4109 after 4 p.m.
FOR SALE: 1953 Plymouth
4-door Sedan good condition.
35,000 miles duty paid $750.00.
Phone Cristobal 3-2815 after
5:00 p.m.
LIFE INSURANCE
call
JIM RIDGE
General Agent
Gibraltar T.ife Ins. Co. V
for .rates, and information j
.TeL Panama 2-0552 .-
TRANSPORTES BAXTER, S. A.
Packers Shippers Movers
Phones 22451 2-lil62
Learn Riding at
PANAMA RIDING SCHOOL
Riding & Jumping Classes daily
3 to 5 p.m. Phona 2-2451
or by appointment.
CHILDREN &' GENERAL
DENTISTRY
Dr. R. Elsenmann
Dr. C. E. Fabreea
C.Z Dental-Medical Polyclinic
TlvoM (4 of July) Ave. 21A24
(opposite Ancon School playground)
Tel, Z-2011 Panami
"Slim Soul firura down"
BODY. REDUCING
McLevy Machines, Massage
Steam. Bath male and femals
ORTOPEDIA NACIONAL
51 At. Juste Arosemena 1-2217
Dr. SCHOLL trained Chiropodist
FOR THE BIRDS Strictly
for the birds' is this" get-up
worn by British actress Ana
.Taylor at the National Exhibi Exhibition
tion Exhibition of Cage Birds in London.
She has a Bird of Paradise on
her head, a canary -perched in
her' earring and a parakeet on
her hand. No danger of their
flying a way they're aQ (tufted,
FRANKIE
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Miscellaneous

' FOR SALE: Power trans-'
formers: Pri. 110 v., 25 or 60
cy. Sec. 300 v, 90 mills. 6.3 v.,
4A. 5 v., 2A. New In factory
cartons $4.50 c. 2-3290.
FOR SALE: 8" tilting arbor
' bench saw and 6" grinder,
powered by 1-2 HP double end,
shaft 60 cycle motor Air
compressor complete w i t h
spray gun with 1-3 HP 60 cycle
motor. All mounted on 28" x
28" steel frame tool bench on
wheell., 759-C Barnebey St. 2 2-4413.
4413. 2-4413.
FOR SALE: Cabinet model
White, sewing machine, 60 cy.
Complete set of attachments
and buttonhole worker. $85. Tel.
86-2133.
Interested In Old Coins?
have."halfdime," over. 100
year old. Call 2-0966, 6 p.m.
' to 9 p.m.
Dialomatio Bendix washing
machine, 60 cycle to sal. Ph.
i Albrook 7230.
General
ALCOHOLICS'ANONYMOUS
DRAWER "A," DIABLO
BOX 1211. CRISTOBAL. C.Z.
'--T 1
Philip Dade Will
Speak At ta Boca
Council Meeting
The La Boca civic council will
meet tonight at the study hall
commencing' at 7:30 p.m. The
main topic on the agenda will be
a short talk on the need for civi civilian
lian civilian defense and a knowledge of
the application of first aid in, an
emergency.
Philip Dade, Chief of the Canal
Zone Civil Defense will talk on the
.subjects mentioned above. Dade's
talk will be the start of thirty thirty-hour
hour thirty-hour tour&On fst ;id instructions,-
for (which oyer- twelve .per .persons
sons .persons have already registered.
Registration is still, open to any
interested individuals who may do
so at thn meeting tomorrow niflht
Besides the showing of a shoit
film, one of the ladies who attend attended,
ed, attended, the commissary forum which
was held at Balboa Heights last
Tuesday night will give a report.
Othflr matters of community inter
est will also be discussed at the
meeting. All residents are cordial
ly invited to attend,
US Has Ho Evidence
Russia Has Cut Size
Of Armed Forces
WASHINGTON, Feb. 28 (UP) (UP)-Army
Army (UP)-Army Secretary Wilber M. Bruck
er said today the United States
has no evidence that Russia has
carried out its announced plan o
reduce th size of its t armed
forces.
Brucker appeared before a
closed session of the Senate
Armed Services Committee to out out-Hn
Hn out-Hn th Armv'o nroffram for the
fiscalyear beginning next July 1J
Mis prepared siaiemem. was maue
public.
Brucker said Russia still is us using
ing using the threat of force of achieve
political domination of world af affairs.
fairs. affairs. He toll the committee that
Communist nations, now have 6V
million men in. their ground forces
alone. ; ; j
Noiing that Russia last year an announced
nounced announced its .intention to cut its
armed forces by 1".2 mjllion men,
he said:
"So far we have no evidence to
show that such reductions have
ben made."
Brucker appealed for congres congressional
sional congressional approval of the Army bud
get of 0.7 billion dollars tor tne
1958 fiscal year. He said arty re reduction
duction reduction "would seriously handicap
us in efforts as a 4 member of the
defense team- to provide adequate
ly for the security of the United
States."
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EXCHANGE
HOUSEHOLD
SELLS
e Doable beds with
spring and mat tress. $U.6(
e Metal r bests ef
drawers 5
Wardrobes 15.M
Dinette 'Sett ........ CM
Metal Sideboards U.N
e Metal beds 39 1 with
Sprtnis 1-5C
Cribs srfth new
mattresses .......... 39.01
e On ter Tablet ....... 15-M
e Ltnelenms J!
o Chairs l-S
Bank beds, with
mattress OH
Feldinc costs 22-M
National Ave. No. 41
rhene 3-4911 or 3-1 J4I

Boats & Motors

FOR SALE tBoat 18-foot out-
board off shore fishing water
' skiis fiber glass covered no
leaks.' Trailer 30HP Evinrude
$795.00 Abbott, Tel. 2-0625, Pa Pane
ne Pane mi. 1
FOR SALE: 8 used boats, .'12
to 17 ft. $75.00 up. Also (5 trail trailers,
ers, trailers, $60.00 up. Complete stock
Elto and Evenrud motors. Sell
or trade. Store closed tomor.
row and Tuesday next week.
ABERNATHY. Phone Panama
3-6895 3-0264. Nights and holi holidays
days holidays 3-6435.
SERVICES
$2.50 for locaj TV Service calls
UNTIL March 15 to acquaint
you with our service. f SAME
: DAY service if you call be before
fore before 7 p.m. Our work is' un-
. conditionally guaranteed. Open
9 a.m. to 10 p.m. daily. Phone
2-4616, U.S. Television (all serv
Ice e.o.d.J. k; A
The best dinners ; and drinks
are served in our modern air air-conditioned
conditioned air-conditioned cafeteria, grill and
bar. Hotel Internacional "Pla "Plata
ta "Plata 5 de Mayo.
240 Parents Attend
Meeting AIBHS
An overflow crowd of over 240
parents of Baiboa High School stu
dents attended an orientation meet
ing held in the high school librarj'j
luesday evening.'
The meetidg was "held for par parents
ents parents of those students who will en
ter as .freshmen next year and Sot
those who will be in the sopho
more class,
The purpose of the meeting was
to orientate the parents on Balboa
High School curriculum and extra
curricular activities.
Theo. F. Hertz, principal. Mr. H
J. Zierten,' assistant principal and
II J . : :
cuuiucuui, -ui4, mufa wuie ncu
girls', advisor spoketo the parents
A very interesting question a rd
answer session louowea tne taiKs
Parents "were generally pie a s ed
with the program and those with

specific individual problems regard Young People's Society. The new
ing their children's entrance into officers are Judith Stewart, presi presi-high
high presi-high schoql this fall are invited to det; Ernesto Stewart, vice-presi

call at the school office for con
sultation.
A siiriilar program will be hel
Mondsy for those parents wh3
have sons and daughters entering!
their junior or senior year this fall
The meeting will begin 'at 7:30 p
m. in the high school library.
LEGAL NOTICE
UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
Canal Zone
United States District Court For The
District of The Canal Zona
Division of Balboa
Melba C. Wood, by Helen D. Jones
her Guardian ad litem. Plaintlft vs.
James H. Wood. Defendant.
Summons Case No. 4448. Civil Docket
21 Action for Divorce.
To the above-named defendant:
You are hereby required to appear
and answer the complaint filed in the
above-entitled action within ninety
days after the first date of pubUca-
uon.
In mu at vnur f Allure in 'so arjnear
and answer, judgment will be taken
against you by default for the relief
demanded in the complaint.
Witness tire Honorable Guthrie T.
Crowe. Judge, United States District
Court for the District of the Canal
Zone, this February 20. 19.17.
C. T. McCormlck, Jr.
(Seal) Clerk
By Lois K. Harrison
Deputy Clerk
. To James H. Wood:
The foregoinor summons Is served un
ion you ay puoncaiion pursuant to xne
Crowe, Judge. United States District
Court for the District o he Canal
Zone, dated February 18, 1937, and en.
tet-ed and filed In this action In the
office of the Clerk of ssld United S'
rtricl Court for the rM.-mon of Bal Balboa,
boa, Balboa, on Fehni'T W.
r. McCormlrk. Jr.
derV
tls T. Tfarrlson
' Deputy Clerk
LEG L NOTICE
WmP STATTS OF AMERICA
CANAL EO.VE
t'nlteS Mates District Coori fat Um
, District ef Canal Zona
Dlvlsloa mt Balboa
MAURICE R. COLLINS,
plaintiff
EVA S. COLLINS,
defendant.
SUMMONS
Case No. 4454 Civil Dorket It
ACTION FOR DIVORCE
Ta the above-named defendant;
You ar hereby required to appear
and answer the complaint filed In the
aliuve -entitled action within ninety days
after tho' first publication.
In rase of your failure to so annewr
and answer, lodstnent will be taken
ecainst ou ktv default for the relief
demxndwt in the eomolalnt.
WrTNEM the Hnrmrabl CuthH T
Crowe. Jude. Ttnrted Stte Dtrtcti
rjiurt for r Ttsr4rt of the Canal
Zone, thai Feb. S
CT. M-rnrmlck. Jr.
- J Clerlt.
(Seal)
ar V la
fw Deptitx Clerk.
TO EVA g COLLINS
Theforesjotne wrrmons Is served
an you by oubteation imj"it to te
order of e JTonnraMe f!tlra F
W. Jixle- fnte Starve rwtrtc
Cswrt f-r the Dtaf-et 1 One! 'n
daW rrusre 25. 1SBT. .rd "teie'
In hl ecrl tr- Nnr f
Cer m' rh Ste Ste-He
He Ste-He fm tr- t rttvlatea of Barbae
an February J5 IT.
C. T. If-o-nek. Jt.
CV-k.
. ta s".
Chief Deoaty Clerk.

Home Articles

FOR' SALE H Refrig. 25 Cycle
, 3 piece living room set, bed
and spring kitchen table, dress dresser
er dresser etc. Dr. Arosemena. Bal.,
2-1295, 1524.7 Cavilan Rd. af after
ter after 5,M:V,';'.i';,;' u:s.'r.
FOR SALE: Automatic Hot Hot-point
point Hot-point 'matching washer, and
dryer; Like new, 60 cycle.
$440.00 Phone 2-1632, Balboa.
FOR SALE; Bedroom living
room,, and kitchen set plus
hope chest. Phone Navy 3173
from 6:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m.
FOR SALE: Beautiful match match-,ed
,ed match-,ed mahogany bedroom suites
male and female. Tel. Amador
82-3108 until 4; Curundu 83-32-19
evenings.
FOR'' SALE: Refrigerator
Norg, 8 ft. $100, fan $20, both
25 .cycle. 1527-B, Almond St.,
Cavilan Area, Balboa, Phone
Balboa 1781.
Bethel Mission
Sunday School
Siaris Drive
The month of March in the Be
thel Mission Church in Paraiso will
be known as Sunday School rally
month. During the month efforts
will be made to boost the Sunday
scnooi -attenaanct and to increase
me enroument.
Prizes will be awarded to the
boys and girls bringing in the most
new or old students and the class
making the highest percentage in increase.
crease. increase. Interested parents are invited to
enroll their children beginning Sun
day. Sunday school will begin
promptly at 9:45 a.m. Following
, he Sunday school, Covenant Serv
ice will be held when the Lord's
Supper will be observed: As usual
GospeXSejviciT will be, he,W at 7 : 15
p.m. ", ..
.Other activities of the week will
be held as follows: Monday night,
installation of officers for the
dent; Alvin uoode, secretary; cieo
phas Uarke, treasurer; uorotny
Blades, "asst. secretary; and Dela Delano
no Delano Stewart, chaplain.
Wednesday night, mid week
Christian Fellowship. The annual
business meeting of the church for
the reading of tht annual report
and the election of officers will be
held on Wednesday, March 13.
LEGAL NOTICE
' UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
CANAL ZONE
United States District Court for the
District of the Canal Zona
Balboa Division
In the Matter of the .Adoption- of
ELI RIGOBERTO DE LOS ANGELES.
SOTO BERROCAL
a minor under, the age of 14 -years
vs.
MARIA ELVIA SOTO BERROCAL.
Defendant
No. 44S5 Civil
CITATION
TO: MARIA ELVIA SOTO BERROCAL
YOU are hereby required to appear
before the United States District Court
for the District of the Canal Zone, Di Division
vision Division of Balboa, at the 'Courtroom
thereof, in Ancon, Canal Zone, on the
28 day of April. 1957. at 8 o'clock In
the forenoon of that day, then and
there to show cause,1 if any you have.
why RAYMOND W. LANB and PHYL
LIS J. LANE should not proceed with
the hearing of their petition for the a-
uopiioir 01 me apovv namea minor, -"u
DA IT, WADS LANK. - I
WITNESS. th HONORABT.E GUTH
Br W rliAWi nrHA 5taafaM
District Court for' the District of the
C-r.il Zone, this SS day of February.
17. v
C. T. McCormlck. Jr,
Clerk of Court.
Seal
By ts k. Harrison.
Denutv Ctork.
TO: MARIA ELVIA SOTO BERROCAL I
The fnreenin citation M aei e" upon
MU hv nuhltrpflon rrsuarrt to or-
o th 'ONrBT.E r.irjTI-'W
nimn jumm. iinitert s'atn in-mr-
rvtnrt for the Tlic of rh C-n.1
Tre. te the 7S nt r
7. mnA mtenal and fllart h tht .r-
oi In the -off!-, of Clm-k o h
T.,. Hatei mtt Cot. 'wwn
o Walboa. on the day of reoroary.
1SS7.
C. WcCnrwlrk. Jr,
,. Crrlr o rrnit.
By f Tt f w-rrtoon.
Deputy Clerk. ; i
. CUSHION COVERS
RE-UPHOLSTERING ;
and
1 DRAPERIES
. SEWN TO ORDER
'; '''AIo';.': ;
REniHINQ of RATTAN
(T make ft look like bcw(
TEIS.
2-2181
2-2321
Tropica na
" 4tn ef Jnly Are,
WaaKly Mek-ast and DeUrery
ea the Atlantic Side

WANTED: Experienced cook
housekeeper. References : and
full knowledge of cooking, bak.
. ing, serving necessary Apply
1 No. 11 Jose Gabriof Duque, LaJ
.
Chef with references, expor in
American, Chinese, Criollo and
French dishes seek employ employment.
ment. employment. Well known. Write to
Box 4399 or telephone 3-5100
Panama.
Lesson
Ballet, Spanish dance, guitar, la la-dies
dies la-dies rhythmic exercise, children's
, rhythmic band. Mrs. Donaldson.'
Modern piano intru c 1 1 e n in
your home. Piano teacher Ze
Bennett. Telephone 3-1798 Pa Panama,
nama, Panama, mornings.

WAMTED
200 Stevedores, Winchmfen, Fore Fore-men;
men; Fore-men; must have.Canql Zone Elig:
ibility Carjd. ;
Report to 1 -"CENTRAL
LABOR OFFICER
BalbbaV Canal Zone, Manday,
, March th.ot 7:15;.a,m. 4 tv l J.
--n- ;- JOHN V. CARTER.

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New' Bill Boosts ; I
Nurses1 '".Top Rank
' WASHINGTON, Feb, 28 (UP)-
The House today passed a bill tt
boost the top rank : of nurses in
the armed forces. J
The measure would establish
the permanent grade of colonel
for nurses in the Army and Air
Force and captain in the Navy.
' It also would allow nurses to re retire
tire retire at higher ranks than they caa
now and increase the number of
top nurse officers.- i i
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itary services as a career. It now
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Boys 7, Girls 6

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i Seven boys and six girls were

porn; at Gorgas Hospital qwhjb
r the week ending at midnight
Feb. 25, according to the regu regular
lar regular r hospital report. During the
same period 175 patients were
admitted and 157 were dis discharged.
charged. discharged.
The names and addresses of
tfc parents of the boy babies

follow: S-Sgt. ana Mrs. j.
Goleman, Pedro Miguel; Sfc and
Mr:,C. E. Doss, Fort Oulick
1st U. and Mrs. W. M. Jewell, of
Foct Kobbe; Mr. and Mrs M. H.
SeAley, of paralsO; Mr. and Mrs.
R A. Johnson, of Balboa: Air.
mrm xr j. Preston, of Lo-

rn- snd Mr. and Mrs. William

twt.tn nf Panama. City.

Girls were bor nto the follow following:
ing: following: Mr. and Mrs. E. Garcia, of
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'Paraiso; Mr. ana m. -"7
m44 nf Panama fMtV: SfC. and

Mrs. H. R. Ambler, of Fort Kob Kob-,
, Kob-, -r.Kot and Mrs. J. M. Mlcn-

feletti. of Locona; 1st Lt. and
" Mrs P. W- Johnson, of, Fort Kob Kobbe;
be; Kobbe; Mr. and Mrs. W. C Sher Sherwood,
wood, Sherwood, of COcoli.
bfiTThose British

NORTH MIMMS, England, Feb,

$g (UP)The local Parish Counc 1
decided today to put up a plaque
to mark the spot where Britain s

i pioneer naiioonisi ianueu uu ma
first flight to let out his cat.
Balloonist Vincent Lunardi made
the emergency landing here on
Sept. 15, 1784, "to put out a cat
which had been sensibly affected

$r the cold."

AN INDEPENDENT

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'Let the people know the truth and the country is $afe" Abraham Lincoln. ;

32nd TEAR

PANAMA R. P., THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 28, 1957

rm cents

Florida Seeks Witness Caught Erecting Cross;
Dynamite Cache In Miami Under Investigation

Feb
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YOKNAPATAWPHA COUNTY,! Fred Hockett, 51, one of Rasper's ment if he ls-not arrested before

28 (UP) A Florida legisia-J organizers wna was arrested wunitnen

committee today sought a shaver, also faced a second rouna

,;fn, tnf nnoctinmnir o.lnf rnmmiHao mi&ctmnincr I inpKplt

I .. itinn aocac nf Hvnamito'i allori tho 'Hv A m itp" rpnort

rpnnrtpdlv cached in Miami bv; "contemptible fiction."

r rf ,. n.i ii 11 .j it 1 1 4..--,

ine neraia repuneu 11 iiau tuni-i

ed all of its information over to tie
FBI.

. 1 Keaa story on page o ;
Six Retiring Panama Canal .Employes Get
Certificates For Long -r. Yearsf Of Service

, Six Canal employes, one.

more than 38 years ox service,
were retired from service during

February and were presented with

retirement certificates.

Those retiring, their positions,

and length of their Canal service

follows:

Russell L. Gallaher, supervisory

supply cierK, jiini.eiiance divi division;
sion; division; 17 years, nine months and
seven days.

Paul f Karst, superintendent,

Finance Branch, Postal Division;
17 years, one month and 17 days.

John A. Knox, lock operator ma

chinist. Pacific Locks Division; 28

years, eight months and 19 days.

with tobal. Later he was mnloved 1

various other .Canal -Zone rost of

nces ana served as postmaster at
Pedro Miguel, and Coco Solo, He
was "promoted to finance branch
superintendent in 1955 the nosi-

tion h held.at the time of hur rcj

urement. i
Mr. and Mrs Karst e'xnect to

in Reese.-who has the longe'st Ca

nal service of any of the employes
being retired in February, ; was
born in DuBois, Ga.,, and came to
the Isthmus in 1909 with his par parents.
ents. parents. He was first employed as a
messenger in 1914 and has sever
al other temporary ; lobs until he

joined the Canal organization : m

remain on the Isthmus- for a few 1919 as an apprentice shipfitter in

tersoorg, Fla., where they wilt

maxe meir future home, i

A native of Huttine. Ark Knmt

transferred to the Electrical Divi Division
sion Division assan apprentice .armature
Winder and was employed as an

a

up a

outside agitators" to blow

Neero housing project.

State Rep, Cliff Herrell obtain

ed a suboena for Hampton a

Shaver. 47. who was reported to

have been the source of a copy

righted Miami Herald story about

the alleged cacne.

Shaver, an unemployed baker,
wai one. of three men arretted
Saturday night while trying to
erect a kerosene crosi during a
noisy demonstration at a Negro's
home in Miami.
Committee testimony linked the

dynamite to segregationist John
Rasper's Seaboard White Citizens

Council.

Rasper himself was being sought
for a fourth day by U.S. marshals

on second federal contempt

charges accusing him of plotting

to bar Neero students from the Jn

tegrated- Clinton, Tenn., high

school.

Attorney J. Benjamin Simmons
of Washineton. D.C., told United

at an arraignment Friday before
Federal District Judge Robert L.

Tavlor in Rnoxville, Tenn,

Simmons implied that Rasper,

soueht since Monday night, will

appear voluntarily for the arraign

Simmons said he also will repp

John Gates, a Clinton ca;

owner who was cited with Rasper

on the charge that they Instigated

a wave of racial disorders in enn
ton last November and December,

Gates is free under $5,000 bond.

Rasper-already faces a one-year

orison sentence for an earlier con

tempt conviction which is now be

ing appealed.

In other developments of th

south' sesresation controversy:

Neero Attornev Francisco Ro

driguez late yesterday asked Fed

eral Judge uozier uevane 10 de declare
clare declare unconstitutional a Tallahas

see, Fla., bus seating law which

enables drivers to segregate pas

sengers.
One white

and two Negro stu

"SOME OF THE 120 MARINES from Camp Lejune, N.C., who last week took a week's training
.At the Army's Jungle Warfare Training Center at Ft. Sherman, here visit the' President Re Re-mon
mon Re-mon Race Track during a day-long tour of Panama City. The tour, sponsored by Special
Services US. Army Caribbean, was part of the continuing program to help servicemen know
Panama better. From left to right are Mrs. Elizabeth Haberstick, Sgt. Tony C. Escobido,
Francisco Gatica, Sgt. D. L. Barley and Miss Janet Glfford. Mounted is jockey Manuel Ri Rivera
vera Rivera (U.S. Army Photo)

rcu wmi me w.a. jurmy curing armature winner at Balboa in
the first World 1 War and joined 1925. He was transferred to the
the Canal organization in 19?8 i Pacific Lncka a n lnoto

7v'mW"Jlw;i 'fcIn?c,fl,i!J w,th the former Me-'in 1938 and was made control
Raymond Osman, meteoreiogictl chanirai niv.cmn f

, TlKAnnil1nrtif- nnA IT ,f J " .... . V. nag UAIIO- ..vmo VpClAUI JU4 XJU,

Si.'nhi: nX.? Ti ""rKwtneicks Division in 1939, Mr. and v Mrs. Reese have

'"r-'-ri; J mwing locomotive, operator. inome at El
months and eieht davs. 1u 1... k Z .!..

Hnf pr ronvicterl in eitv court Inhn i. Uc Jr ...strnl! t. u'erBlor Since wiiere. ,mey

Volcan, Panama,

Dlan tn liv fti

yesterday under the law which l.r, house operator, Locks Division; 33 M, .nij v if'v f. To0oi ct. J ifl!1? ent'.
Sriguex said.bore only "chUdisl, years, one month and 27 days. 4thf isthm, 'dnHnfc '""j! JJT"

jonn s. sicmner. jr.. nower 01s- .Ti. ,. i r, ; ."-:,

i--i.IT-fn;,;.;. il i" k'ui wm maxe : ueir, cierx in xne

i""1""! v.. v.nome in Winnsboro, La

caricature" of constitutionality.

In Richmond, Va., U.S. District

Judge Sterling Hutcheson took un

state legislative committees that

the National Assn. for the Advance

ment of Colored .People produce

its membership roll. ,

Committee members promised
to keep the names secret but Negro
attorney Oliver W. Hill charged
the sole Intention was to make pos

sible economic repnsals against IN IN-AACP
AACP IN-AACP members.

Carib Army Awards
Total Of $44,099
In Local Conlracls

Church Of England
Unloads Disputed
Piece Of Property

LONDON, Feb. 28 (UP) The

Church of England sold part of
its most controversial piece of
property the 260-acre Paddington

Estate for a reported price of
nearly 2.8 million dollars today.

The church has owned the prop

erty for several centuries, and in' ievel recorder at Chiva Chiva.

recent times it has grown into an a $6,540 contract to install a wa
active residential and business ter distribution svstem at the For

coin m umiy.

a (A UAmnanm WIMffht K A V

Morahsts have criticized the TJie Electric Service Co. reeeiv
church many times for permitting ed a contract for $23,710 to ir. 1i

a "si community" to flourish oa'fy converter station at F u 't
Church property. They said bOOklKohhe in connectinn with the at

snops soio quesuoname dooks, and; cycle to 60 cycle conversion.

The Engineer, U.S. Army Carib

bean, awarded contracts totaling

$44,099 to local contractors during

the period Feb. 13 through Feb,

21.

A contract for $1,664. was award

ed to Hojalateria Panama,' S.A.
to install stainless steel counter

tops and splashbacks in perma

nent family quarters v at Franc
Air Force Base.
Isthmian Constructors, Inc., re.
ceived an $8,269 contract to con

struct a radio atmospheric nois

Accounting Deoart.

ment in iie. He transferred to

I lom h n im 1t.n i n 1 fi- a.u 171,1 . j. i . .

der advisement demands of twJi GaUaher, a native of Beardsley, ,h V. I til' i "JJ fT!"'. ,V'M?? ine,wiiow.

u t r; j .jth it 13 ivmif : ; i.-v -m v iun s j -a ob a a wiujiuuiBiiii imprae

durina the 'tot World War He "M Wur.'H employed-in tor and was promoted to the posi posi-ourmg
ourmg posi-ourmg tneiirsi worm war. n,io44 P eru :w thy th ,..a ti.n; M.rji..,.k

...uu in., ne N.m. (n lQ9l;i"" .. ,iinnwn, iB v

t-92T.nrthen waYVmpl Canal service in 1928,

Panm nH Colon for several1 j .r".i I -i... 6 .iwuiuwyea .s a swiicn

years before joining the C a n a 1

organization in 1939. He was em employed
ployed employed as a general clerk with
the Munieioal Engineering D i v i-

sion,- now the Maintenance Divi-i
einn and lta MmalnH With tllA

IMVU ,UU 'MO i
same unit during all the years of

his service.

He, was promoted to senio r
clerk in 1943 and was made ac

counting clerk in 1951. He has

been supervisory supply clerk

since 1954.

Gallaher plans to make his home
' t", r u: N

in uorgona, runaiua, aiw ins
tirement
. Borii in Defiance, Ohio, Karst
served with the U.S. Navy during

the first World War. He was em-

pioyeo witn me uanai organizauon

in jm as a jiusiai ticin. in v-iid

and Hyjirographic Office in ,1947 1 board operator in the Electrical
Ss an : engineering aid..: He has Division in J934. He was promoU
been a meteorological" aid in tbi ed to power dispatcher in J946.
Cristobal office since 1948. -, Mr. and Mrs. Skinner wUl make
Osman plans to go to California, their home in Miami, Fla)., after
after his retirement. i his retirement. ?

mere were jnany "massage" par

lors, escort bureaus nd prosti

tutes tn the area.

Property included in today's

transaction wiw an investment

firm involved 600 houses and

shOps. The church is trying to sell
the remainder of Paddington Es Estate
tate Estate a little at a time.

'Salute To US
Engineer' Tonight
On Television .
"Salute to the American Engi

neer will be the title of a special

one-hour show to be oresented n-

Clayton Golf Course was awarded Ver CFN television tonight in con

junction with the observance of

Engineer Week here.

ont of the highlights of the pre

sentation will be an original silent
movie filmed durngthe actual

construction of the Panama Canal.
Col. R. L. Hill,, engineer, U. S.
Army Caribbean will give brief
adlress and will present awards
to two Winners of the Engineer

wees: essay contest m the Canal
Zone High Schools.

The program will conclude with

a half -hour film depicting the un

pact of engineering developments

on mooern nay living.

A contract for $1,996 for the fu-l

migation of buildings Nos. 606, 607,
60S and 610 at Corneal was awarl awarl-ed
ed awarl-ed to H. H. Horn a Co
Tropical Paint Co. Inc., reeeiv
ed a contract for $1,950 to pain
the exterior of three family guar
ters at Fort Clayton.
All the work will be accomplish
ed this year.

House Probers Accuse 6 Utility Firms

Ofj Trying To Brainwash Interior Dept.

WASHINGTON, Feb. 28 (UP)

House Investigators accused six u

tility firms today of t r y 1 n g to

"brainwash" Interior Department

officials in an effort to wreck the

federal power program.

A House Government Operations

subcommittee called for an im

mediate congressional investiga investigation
tion investigation of efforts by private power
companies to "influence" the ad-

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ministration, Congress and

governments

The subcommittee charged that
the utilities prepared and gave tee

department in semi anonymous

form a booklet of "so-called fac

tual information" which actually
comprised a "potpourri of pr.
sional private power propaga. .'
It said the pamphlet conu-.cd

"inaccurate, Incomplete, distorted

and otherwise deceptive lniorma lniorma-tion
tion lniorma-tion which could only have beei
calculated to mislead the officials

to whom it was directed

The democratic controlled sub

committee considered the subject

behind closed doors yesterday. Mo
announcement was made, except

that the report had been approved.

The report was not formally re

leased.
' Although the subcommittee vote
was net disclosed, it seemed
likely that the minority Republic Republic--
- Republic-- one would file a dissenting report.

state,' The reoort concerned a booklet

titled "The Federal. Power Pro Program:
gram: Program: Its Background, Growth
and Consequences." This was giv given
en given to then Secretary of Interior
Douglas McKay in 1953, shortly af

ter ne iook ottice, and was listed in
the Interior Department library as
a booklet of 'factual (information,"

me repon saia.

138 Egypt Refugees
Tell Biller Tales
Of Ugly Treatment

The report said the publisher

was not identified, except for a
"vague recital" of sponsorship by

unidentified Rocky Mountain pow

er companies.

Requiem Tomorbnv
For Mrs. Peterson i
There will be a requiem for the

late Mrs. Carrie Peterson, mother
of the Very Rev. Mainert J. Pe Peterson,
terson, Peterson, Dean of the Cathedral of
St. Luke, Ancoa, at 8:30 a.m. to

morrow.
The Dean of the Cathedral was
at his mother's bedside when she
died suddenly in Falrmount Hos Hospital,
pital, Hospital, Jersey City, N.J., yesterday.
He is expected to return to the
Isthmus Monday.

GENOA, Italy, Feb. 28 (UP)

The Italian motorship Esperia ar arrived
rived arrived in Genoa today with 138 ref

ucees from Egypt: Most of them

were stateless Jews, Britons,

French, Maltese and Italians

All refused to give their names
to newsmen for fear of Egyptian
reprisals against relatives or
fnends. but- many complained it

hardship and abuse in Egypt.

Tell the world how the Egyp

tian dictator treated us, said a
dejected looking man clutching a
battered suitcase. "Tell the world

bow they (tripped us and how they
w i k-"w

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A woman saui wie- cgypuani
took the shoes of her two smal WIND
sons- the overcoat of a 14-year-o'l iM

son and ever seized her iipstick.j.sjMM
X anan rhareed nolire nit kia

suit almost to shreds with a rason WaTIR TIMP.i

blade U see if he was concealing

anything to bis clothing.
A girl said Egyptian police took

her glittering earrings apparent

ly believing the stones were dia diamonds.
monds. diamonds. i

Jewish refugees said the exodus

Weather Or Not

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beer ending a.m. today, is stro-.'
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