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PANAMA, R. P, THURSDAY, MARCH 7, 1957
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Echoes of Carnival Feature .
SYMPHONY FOR SWEET AND' SOUR NOTES
41 ? Reports of public discontent over th work of the Cirnival Junta,s charget and
counter-charges today marked, the afterm&th of the four-day Mardi Cra fiesta.
A report carried in a fnorning tabloid which quoted Carnival Queen Rosalia J as,
cornplaining' about the poor, construction of her 'float arid lack of cooperation from
the Carnival Junta was categorically denied by th queenVfather. at noen today.
v;s Rosalia countered the report today with a communique Individually thanking
the members ofi the Carnival Junta and everybody else Who contributed to the success
ot ner reign as queen or the carmv&t of Progress.
DESERT OUTPOST Manning the laat outpost of United
" Nations Emergency Forces in the eastern Sinai Desert, tt. Ed
Belliveau of Yarmouth, Nova Scotia, scans the front with his
'fclnocular -as a guard1 stands behind him Located at El
. Kuntilla,, the outpost Is only two miles from the Israeli lines.
US Favors Free Passage
To Israeli Port of Bilat
Raise All Wrecks
wicniKr.Tnv Mai-niv, 7.. (Vt JL President Eisenhower de-
...in fntav that th United States is nrenared to use the"
" .. ,r. -m mi l..Ua.
- Gulf ol AqaDa ana ne ibmw irn ." ."-si
si ."-si waterway. "'. ,,
. sThe President told his news conference at the same time
that the uUeok In the Middle East is brighter. But he said there
i ar UU many problems which, can' come up. r,
' The president also said that he hs told everyone since 194
ihat they must recegnixe that existenee f Israel is a historic
fact and tnacjts proDiemi mu b.ui,vu
1 Tb gulf' of Aqabaflef 'strslt Of
Tlrsn rougniy --paralleling ; iue
Sue Canal,- connects Israel' with
the Ked Sea ana .Indian ocean, h
Israel 'made it a condition f
.withdrawing treaps from Esyp
tian tarritory along the gulf that
Itraall shipping henceforth be
par miffed to uta the waterway
without Intorforonee, . 1
Egyptian coastal batteries In the
past have fired on Israeli vessels
steaming to or from Eilat, a new
Israeli port at the head of the
The prasidant aid tha gov gov-ernment's
ernment's gov-ernment's policy ha boon that
this area is open to fro pottage
unless a contrary findings I
handed down by the W r I d
He Dotnted out that the gulf of
Aqaba is 12 to 19 miles wide while
the straits of Tiran are mucn nar
rower, : V
The United States; he said, has
stated it is prepared with other
Maritime nations to declare the a-
rea an. open international water
way and so use it.
Judges For VFW
Ccnlssl Selecled v
The names of the fire judges
who will decide who will be nan
orary "Admirals and Generals"
for a day, in connection with the
1957 Armed Forces Day essay con contest
test contest sponsored by the Canal Zone
Veterans of Foreign Wars, were
announced today.' - t
They are: Aibin Krankosky, Mrs.
George Alexander, Mrs. Joseph Ry
dicki, Ralph Zachary, and Solomon
The contest was open to all chit
dren in Canal Zone junior high
schools who had not been winners
in previous contests of this troe,
Winners in the contest will receive
uve-sur caps, a 'commission' aa
honorary admiral er general du--
mg Armed Forces Pay; and .will
visit the Governor of the C a n s 1
Zone, and high-ranking 'miliUry
personnel In the Canal Zone.
The Judging of the essay contest
which ended at midnight, Marcn
, will be held at V. F. W. P o s t
3S35, Cocoh. Names of the lucky
winners will oe announced tomor
- Students- chosen as "'admirals
and generals" for a dar. win have
reserved seats at the Armed Forc
es Day activities, which win- be
held at Albrook Air Force Base,
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. CAIRO. March 7 (UP) Umt-
4 Nations, salvaee vessels com
pleted clearance of all wrecks at
Jort Said today ana an jLgypuan
newspaper said lifting of two fmal
obstructions in the Suez Canal
Vwould be resumed. ;. y
TKo Jndopondont newspaper Al
Shaab said that following tho
" withdrawal of Israeli forces new ;
in progreae from Caia and tho
f Gulf of Aqaba area that "it has
?been decided Sues Canal opera-.
?, tions shall bo rosumod.'
An official Egyptian go ahead
or removing the last two major
, obstaclesthe- sunken tug Edgar
Bonnet and tho, frigate- Abukir
was expected shortly. 4
f The Abukir was scuttled at
port Suei, the southern termmusi
of the CanaK The Edgar Bonnet
wii sunk iust north of Lake Tim-
ah, about mid-way along the; 101
mile Jong- canat ; .-
fidad Of US Firm
Plaiif On Islhrnus
f Fred Sellmeyer. president of the
American Pfaff Co., will arrive in
' Panama today accompanied by
Klaus Kieffer, a director -of the
parent company In Germany. -.
Sellmeyer has been. in charge of
the company in the U.S. for many
years and is credited' to be large largely
ly largely responsible for the planning and
development of Pfaff s distribution
and service throughout the United
States in post war years.
- Kieffer joined Sellmeyer in-New
York, directly from the factory in
Germany, prior to initiating their
current inspection tour ot Mexico,
Central America and Panama
Sellmeyer and Kieffer will be m
Panama several days to visit the
local Pfaff distributor,' Tropicana,
and to discuss expansion of Pfsff
sales and distribuiton facilities in
Panama end all -of Central Amer-
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' HOLLYWOOD, March T UP)
alessenger girls at Unlversai-In-i
ternational studios have appealed
ruling from tho front off 1 e a
which instructed them not to
wear clothing such as toreador
pants. Bermud snorts or ether
"The girls wore them too well,
or the clothes fit them too snuglv,
and this proved a distraction a
studio spokesman said is explain
ing in ruling. , ,;
Dr. Teodoro Arias. vl nresi-
dent of the carnival Junta, re reluctantly
luctantly reluctantly but categorically de denied
nied denied some of the charges credit
ed to Rosalia by the morning
tabloid El Dia. 1
The paper had quoted Miss
Barraza's as saying that the
$4000 riven to her by the Jun
ta as not enough to cover her
W7crandThat her Tt& ffl? KT
family had to contribute an
other $1500. This, however, was
denied by Miss Barrasas fa father.
ther. father. Before learning of Rosalia's
denial of the El Dfa story, the
junta vice-president said the
sum voted upon bv the Junta
for the queen was $3000. but an
additional $1000 was voted when
Rosalia explained that the short
time in which she had to pre prepare
pare prepare made It Imperative that
she be alloted a larger sum.
His opinion Is that she was
treated probably better than
any other Carnival Queen by
any other Carnival Junta.
Aria- also denied reports
that the junta bad a sum of
$50,000 to work with. He ooint ooint-ont
ont ooint-ont that the junta onlv
celved a little over 000 and
has a urotn'se of $5000 more.:
' from the City Cncll.
Arls aisrt'referred' to another
report Jn the noon tabloid. La
Hora.,; which carried a picture
showing Rosalia's float;with one
side and the front and rear por portions'
tions' portions' destroyed.
s Arias said the float was not
destroyed bv a mob of malcon malcontents
tents malcontents as both EI Dia and La Ho Ho-ra
ra Ho-ra reported.
He explained that the front
and back were deliberately de
DETROIT. March 7 (VT) Dan
iel Dodson, 32, was ticketed by
police today for picking the wrong
place to attempt to talk to his es estranged
tranged estranged wife, OpaL 2S. v . i
Officers said Mrs. Dodsoa was
drrvinf to work when her husband
jumped in front of her car and:
refused to move,
2 Jlsirigers Hurl
(hiva Turns Turtle
' A. wooden-frame chivs driven
bv Pedro Pablo Monroy of Arrai-
jan.went off Thatcher Highway in
the Canal Zone yesterday after afternoon
noon afternoon about a half-mile short of
tho Panama boundary, Injuring
Monrov was apparently follow
ing another vehicle which suffer suffered
ed suffered a blowout.
Unable to turn into oncoming
traffic, he applied brakes which
failed to worK. alter wnicn ne
veere4 to the right shoulder.
Thev vehicle went down an em
bankment and came to- rest a
ssinst a tree. -s
Two" women oassengers were
taken to Santo Tomas Hospital,
but their injuries were not believ-
. it mi resorted that one of
them an elderly Arraijan resi
dent, Julia Maria de won, suner suner-ed
ed suner-ed a broken arm. -4
Investigation of the accident Is
Special Indian i
Exhibit For March
'A special display of books on
Indians and Indian Craft is being
held during the month of March
in the main Canal Zone Library
in tho Civil Affairs Building.
Indians and Indian Craft is the
March specalty of the Cub
Scouts. The books on the subject
were selected by the Library in
response to a suggestion made by
Michael S. Papcun, Cubmaster of
Pack No. 2. i. -
. The volumes selected cover such
subjects as silversmithy weaving
knrt iathr work as well as histo-
r P tho American inaians bin
accounU their early exploits.
VFW, Amvets Ask
Congress To Raise
Pay Of Doctors
WASHINGTON. March T fUP-
The Veterans of Foreign Wars and
Amvets asked Congress yesterflsy
to raise the pay of doctors treating
patients in veterans administra administration
tion administration hospitals.
The aaiaV. the vtt scale is so
fcw we Bospiuis aave oimcuixy
rttrrmrinc comnetent personnel.
. Omar B. Ketchum for the VFW
head and tail lights of the
truck, on which the float was
built, to be put into use to take
the queen through ranama
and Canal Zone streets to Ft.
Amador where she wai await
He added that one side of the
float was torn at the same time
to allow the driver of the truck
to get air, and that later, Rosa Rosalia's
lia's Rosalia's escorts tore down other
parts of it to be used as steps
for her descent from the float.
La Hora also speculated today
on whether the Junta had prov
ed a failure.:
The paper echoed opinion
that Junta had the "enthu "enthusiastic
siastic "enthusiastic cooperation" of the Ca,
nal Zone, which suoplied a
large number of tracks, and of
.the "spontaneous collabora.
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GIs Accuse J cf Pui
Jap Aulb RackeP
TOKYO, Mar. 1 (UP) Ameri
can soldiers are helDinf illeeal
brokers smuggle thousands of new
automobiles into Japan in a multi multi-million
million multi-million dollar racket, the English
language newspaper Ashahi Even Evening
ing Evening News charged today.
The newspaper said the GI's
pocket from $1,000 to $1,500 com
mission on each deal and that the
rackets had started hundreds of
soldiers on a career of crime.
ine Japanese government au
thorized importation of only 500
cars last year and none this year.
but large numbers of expensive
new automobiles can be seen on
"Army investieators estimate
that soldiers have made more
than $1 million in cash profits in
recent months in the racket," the
newspaper said. "How much the
dealers have mae is anybody s
guess, but an idea may be ob
tained by lookinc at the Cadil
lacs, Buicks and other expensive
cars in Tokyo's streets, 95 per
cent or more of which passed
through the hands of GI's.f'
It said American soldiers duel
to be discharged usually buy the
cars in the United States with
money furnished by the brokers,
woo in turn pay the soldiers hand
somely for their trouble snd take
the cars off their hands. By the
time investigatos try to trace any
deal, the soldier involved has left
lion" of the Chinese col on v
and other organizations, and
that, consequently, its efforts
were not In keeping with the
amount of assistance the jun junta
ta junta had received.
To this Arias said, "this might
not have been the best carnival
we ever had, but it certainly
isn't the worst. We -did the best
we couw considering ihe short
time we nad to make prepara
uons ana ine little money we
naa to worirwltb.."
Paraiso Man Held
Peace By Fighting
Charges were aired in Balboa
Magistrate's court this morning'
fthat the peace of the town of
Paraiso was disturbed nt 11:50
last night by the actions of Me Me-lado
lado Me-lado Carlos Salgado, 38, Pana Panamanian.
manian. Panamanian. The man was alleged to have
been fiehtlng with a male rela
tive ana renerauy creating a
He was ordered held for men
Harms Rsiqns As
Panama Cnnal Line
Benefil Of Groun
A concerted effort on .the part of
all will enable achievement of the
goal of at least SO per cent em
ploye participation tlie Group
Health Insurance Plan, Governor
w. a. rotter said this week in a
memorandum to Bureau. Director
and heads of independent -units
A It HAllMrt k .. 4
sponsored by the Company-Government,
its benefits are of great im
portance to our employes and for
mat reason has my unqualified ac-
ceptance," he added.
..He asked each Bureau Director
and head of an independent unit
to "visit each division and unit in
hit organizaton to see how enroll-
ments progressing and to encour encourage
age encourage the division chiefs and em
ploye Insurance representatives to
"make an all-out effort In behalf
of the employes' Group Health In
surance flan." 1
An enrollment of 6,300 employes
is required before the Plan can be become
come become effective on a non-selective
(regardless of physical condition)
As of yesterday, over 4.000 of
the 6,300 employes necessary had
sighed up and applications sre be
ing received at the rate of 100 a:
Asks US Ta Sir
Surplus Farm Aid
WASHINGTON. March 7 (UP)-
Communist Poland has formally
asked the United States to supply
it with surplus American farm
products, it was disclosed today.
The United States made to im
mediate response. But U.S. of ft
cials' are known to be sympathe sympathetic
tic sympathetic to the idea of helping Poland
get limited amounts of Surplus a a-gricultural
gricultural a-gricultural procuts. '
The United States and Poland
have been negotiating for a week
on American aid for the new gov
eminent of Poland, which has won
a measure of independence from
Moscow control. American authori authorities
ties authorities are anxious to help the Polish
regime because they feel U. S.
aid may help loosen further the
Soviet grip on Poland.
The formal request for farm
products came during a 75-minute
conference yesterday between a
Polish economic mission and an
American team headed by Assist Assistant
ant Assistant Secretary of State Thorsten V.
Ksijarvi. V i
A PROMINENT OFFICIAL of
the Panama government today
regarded Canal Zone Gov. Wil William
liam William E. Potter's comparison of
water rates in U.S. cities as "an
insult to the intelligence of Pan Panamanians'
amanians' Panamanians' The official said he preferred
to remain anonymous because
Potter's statements should be
answered through the Foreign
Office or through the Finance
To compare the retail price of
water in cities like New Orleans
and Phil adelphia with the
wholesale price at which it
would have to be sold to the
Panama government by the Ca Canal
nal Canal Zone, is ridiculous, the of official
ficial official said.
Potter made the comparison
of water rates last week and in
a speech before engineers of
Panama and the Canal zone.
The governor said the Canal
Zone could supply Panama with
water indefinitely. AH that is
needed Is the expansion of the
distribution system wltnin toe
El Panama America'" colon
correspondent reported the wOrst
Carnival in the historv of the
Atlantic side city. He estimated
that some 5000 Colonites came to
Panama City for the Carnival
and that the only one who par participated
ticipated participated in the Atlantic side
festivities were the Chinese col colony,
ony, colony, the labor unions and the
Kvna Indiana. The report ..said
not a slhle ; float or. carnival
band paraded throvh the
stieets Of Colon d lripS the Car
nival, - j'
The "Education Ministrv an
nounced yesterday contests for
40 scholarships offered hv Pan
ama City high schools. The con contest
test contest will be open until March 16.
J. V. Carter Flays
Panama stevedores who start loading scrap iron a a-board
board a-board the Japanese freighter Fukusan Maru at 7 a.m,
tomorrow will receive the Canal Zone pay scale, ship ship-charterer
charterer ship-charterer and job-coordinator John V. Carter said todays
Laborers will be paid 60 cents an hour, wmchmen
and foremen more.
Geneva, S.A., a Panama firm, is the shipper;, Both
Carter and Zone personnel sources agreed today that for
a Panama firm to pay as high as the one scale for un
skilled and semiskilled work is a precedent-setting step
Carter lashed out today at labor unions purporting
to represent stevedores and other local labor.
"I started out as a workman myself," Carter said
today. "I'm a firm. believer in a fair day's pay for 0 fair
day's work. But nobddy from the union has so much at
asked me to raise the 50-cents an hour I first said we'd
pay laborers. That's double, or almost double, hawt they'd
get if this ship loaded in Panama." -.
Carter sees the loading of Scrap by Panamd firmi
aboard a Jopanese ship as ft r"ve"mpnr in inferrretr
commerce; hence rot Subject to the $1 an hour i-.tsr:
commerce jrinjniui for the U.'Byt he's willing to
convinced, he added.- "''""" 1
legislation to Aid
WASHINGTON, March 7 (UP)
Senate Democrats and Republi
cans urged Congress today to ap
prove legislation to help areas
with chronic : unemployment but
differed on .the scope of such a
The Democrats backed before a
Senate Banking subcommittee a
bill calling for 325 million dollars
in loans and grants to states and
local communities, including rural
The administration bill by Sen
Edward Martin (R-Pa), would au
thorize'50 million dollars in loans
and lt million dollars in grants.
Martin said it was "not a hand handout"
out" handout" measure but was" aimed at
Sens. Joseph Clark (D Pa) and
John F. Kennedy (D-Mass) said
the administration program is in
adequate. Clark denied the Demo
cratic 'bill is a "give-away." It is
the minimum needed, he said, to
"apply in a concrete way the ethi
cal precept that the fortunate nave
resDonsibilitr to help the less for
tunate, especially when ... tne
less fortunate are undertaking
strenuously to help themselves."
Sen. John J. Sparkman (D-Ala
suggested a ceiling be put on the
funds any one state could get un under
der under such a program. He also sail
it is important to include de
pressed rural areas.
Carter has hired 231 men for
the round-the-clock job starting
tomorrow if the Fukusan Maru
docks tonight as she radioed to
Work will b prosecuted in
three eleht-hour shifts daily
The whole job of putting some
11,000 tons of scrap aboard u ex
Dected to take five or. six days.
some of the scran is already
at Pier 18. More is at the Geneva
firm's yard on Trans-Isthmian
Highway, piers 14, la ana io
will also-be used for the load
Besides the 60 cents an hour
stevedore-laborers will receive,
the hourly wage range Carter
announced vtoday is:
For checkers, 84 cents k t
For winchmen, 69 cents to a
For foremen, 69 cents to 84
Trained heavy equipment op op-rotin
rotin op-rotin risniiarlv employed by
Carter and Geneva, S. A., will get
up to $2.50 an hour.
Carter says that the Pana Panama
ma Panama scale is from 25 or 35 cents
an hour for laborers up to $1. $1.-25
25 $1.-25 for skilled operators.
Carter said he thought it very
peculiar that no representative
of the locality rate union .had
contacted him or made any re request
quest request whatsoever for more pay
for the stevedores than the fig figure
ure figure he set last week.
"It seems to me the union is
misrepresenting the laborers ra rather
ther rather than representing them,"
the contractor remarked.
"I've heard a lot of rumors a a-bout
bout a-bout consultations with people
in Washington, and so on. but
no union representative has ask
ed me to pay $1 an hour for
"T fppl that in our democratic
way of working the union should
at least malce an attempt w
"If they have ijood womers
to offer, they should do o. I
might pay more than I said I
Carter reiterated he believe
in a fair day's pay if a man ia
a real producer ana puts out a
fair day's work.
He said he decided to raise
the stevedore-laborers' scale -from
50 cents' to 6 cents an ;
hour after some of the rank-and-fffle
men" pointed out to
him there had been some erit-1-ism
from Canal Zone steve stevedores
dores stevedores of his bringing in a
Panama crew at less pav than
they ret. They said that" to ns
the C.Z. scale would be a fair
er way of handling matt erg.
Carter emphasized there hat
been no attempt by any union
All this talk behind the scenes,
he said, is not bargaining or ne negotiating,
gotiating, negotiating, -it is Just harass-
It doesn't seem to him the
union is trying to raise the
workers' pay, he said.
Carter added that if it should
appear, under United States
law. that the tl interstate min
imum would apply to Geneva's
operations, the firm would. :f
course, pay it
Ther. would then be no oues-
tion of negotiations or bargain bargaining
ing bargaining involved. -.
Ike Says Federal Spending May Be Slowed Up
To Help Achieve Budget Cu t For Fiscal 1958
NEW YORK. lfarch t fUPi J
lit ranama canal Company an
nounced today the roignatioi of
Edward H. Harms as gneneral
manager of the Panama C a a al
mil Joha Holdea for the Amvets Line.
. . i .... A. u IT T A . 1. : .Mutitti 7t AtilliM
Veterans Affairs Committee. (of the Company's procurement di-f Mr. Eisenhower said he did not
Ketckam said present paytvuioa win become general man- anticipate oeing apie m nui any
WASHINGTON. March 7 (UPV-
President Eisenhower said today
it might be necessary to alow up
federal spending on some projects
tn order to relieve umanoniry
la his first sew i canfaranc
Since. Pah. Mr. Eisanhawa
aaid he has ardarad an tntanslve
review af the badeat t deter deter-aniae
aniae deter-aniae wtiathar apandinfl far ear
tain preets cauld be t tewed
dewa te achieve a budaat ev
r fiscal ItSt.
He did not identify the projects.
His budget for fiscal M5 calls
fen e and national security of the
Mr. Eisenhower, coughing re repeatedly,
peatedly, repeatedly, told reporters in a i s
first meeting with them ia a
month that he was suffering to today
day today from a temporary difficulty
with his bearing.
Frequently during the confer conference
ence conference he asked reporters to speak,
louder-aBd more distinctly.
He said he U feeline well a ad
that actually his uflh which
has hanf en since inawturatien,
la better, twt he said he new
Ms davaleped a eeld in the
heed which has affected his
Middle East situation and the ab absence
sence absence from the country ef Secre-:
tary of State John Foster Duties
snd Vice-President Richard M.
Nixon, it would be awkward for
him to go to Arizona now in an
effort to li"k his cough and cold.
Other news highlights at th th-conference:
conference: th-conference: j
Ha does not think there can be
any substantial cut ia foreign aid.
His budget for fiscal 1958 calls
for 4. billion. j
He -confirmed that ft told King
Saud of Saudi-Arabia recently that
Israel is here to stay as a- natiea.!
He said he had beea consistent
To Hews Censorship
HAVANA, Cuba, March 7 CUP
Leaders of the Inter American
Press Association said yesterday
President Fulgencio Batista prom promised
ised promised them there would be no more
censorship despite congressional
approval of an extension of a baa
on constitutional guarantees.
IAPA president Guillermo "Mar "Mar-tines
tines "Mar-tines Marques and press freedom
committee chairman Jules Dubois
said they received the pledge ia
an interview with him yesterday.
Batista told them two VS. news newsmen
men newsmen who were detained for 41
hours this week were taken into
custody only because they had dis disguised
guised disguised themselves as geologists.'
They said the president promis promised
ed promised to "study" a request to return
to the newsman pictures aad rev
olutionary propaganda : material
taken from them. ;
He bad plugs of cotton or gauie for years in his positioa that Is.
"compares west nnfsvorably with-ager of the Comesay's New York! substantial cut which would cause, ia eaeh ear and his voice had a! reel ii a historical fact-and its
He was ticketed for ebstructincthe income f physicians ia pri- opera tions, including the Steanw material reduction of federal serv- buky tone.
traffle. Jyata msctice., Holdea agreed, 'ship Una. ; Jicea er in nr way affect the- da-i He said
WASHINGTON, March T OTPV OTPV-Ur.
Ur. OTPV-Ur. aod Mrs. F. A. Smackum
have been it a a ted -a divorce part
ly because Mr.. Smackum a Black
ed Mn. smarmm.
Mrs. Helen Smackum of Wash Washington
ington Washington sued her busbarxi Tracia
A. Saaekum4or dirorre ia Dis District
trict District Court an the ground el
She fet:".et Wat B atii"i
problems mast be deahh with like and aar?d hrr. Swafkom d.ii t
that, ia flaw o tke, tcoie of any ether aatioa.
jarpsax ia court to itsj A,
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THE MAR BOX
PELVISISTA, LYMONISTA BOTH TOO YOUNG
tv. 1. t osiviiisfo And i.vmonlsta: As Frankie's Fan
aald io his last letter the feud cfitween you and Pelvislsta Is
You both have your points, but you are not old enough, 1
fieaa. by your letters, or are just ampm. x imwj w
via Presley better than Frankle Lymon, but not for your stupid
-r lfve"iny points: Elvis sings .different types of songs
ss ssrs ssr&WBffs sr iWiftSf s
ither that we all have our own taste and we have a right to
S. ou? decision wVut reciving slander from two punks who
are not even man enougn to pui aown iW0.
laueh at Frankie's Fan. He knows so much about
music teat he doesn't know that Elmer Presley is an imaginary
ffir. you have a record player and an Elvis Presley record.
and put it on the next raster speou, i q;t-iiv
way, I don't scream when I hear or see Elvis and. incidentally,
I Hcaen0t'?,sake. do you know that you can get a
Frank" LyS album without much looking, but not if you
SPEr. the Viceroy Toldc
ssa.-S5 nffi ainrweTiVonwy $zrs
nitm f tat Son't p .cluttering it up with prejudice and
ntftto X I think I am an expert in music after
Haiorant letter writing.
, a iu. 1.t xrvQTr ohm it
T juirmose a. lot oi parents reaa wc pane v :
t&fSSSTet room not being Justified on the basis of
emertence What past experience are they talking about?
W toy are talkhig about the Diablo Club. I can understand
why it waJ a flop. In the first place, it was Just a place to
c children in Balboa
rSli' i-tegjt in a n,c,
dob 11 'the club were made interesting to start with, something
en tht order of the Ft. Clayton Teenape C ub
I want to tnanx me uuiumuua .i w
id of children bv letting them have the club for a party
and dance; The children had a wonderful. tim-
' AMADOR BLOCKADfe
Mother No. 3
1. rnaf m imv.Nsvt) Teud haa flared Ud again.
right here in the Canal Zone. This time the Navy is leading
w. ,iin inn rtviiian emnloves a hard time at the en-
B-f Amarinr which hannens to lie In Navv territory,
For more than a week Navy guards at the gate have declined
. to honor the Army-issued windshield credentials of civilian em-
V 07Q. week th resultant traffic tie-ups blocked traffic for
more than two blocks. To prove that the Navy means business,
this week they put no less than three guards on the one en entrance
trance entrance The guards filter enlisted and officer personnel but
atop every civilian car to scrutinize personal papers. It is in interesting
teresting interesting to note that the same scrutiny takes place if a specific
car attempts to run the gauntlet 10 tlmes a day.
The Army answer seems to be removal of Army headquarters
from Fort Amador and the Navy blockade to Fort Clayton Hos Hospital
pital Hospital building, where its personnel- cannot be subjected to the
special attention of the Marine guards.
By VICTOR JtlESEL
Now nobody's going' to be able to
accuse trie 6enaie racket busting
committee of brain-washing its wit witnesses.
nesses. witnesses. Not after this fellow Frank
Maiioy. a Portland Teamsters' of.
ficial, stood of ill drives to invnHp
nis culture. Steadfastly he replied
to persistent grilling: "I decline to
answer on erounds that it miaht
That was a majestic intellectual
experience watching Mallov frac
ture the language as though it
were some joker who thought he
coma as a question at one of Mai-
loy's union meetings. Malloy may
not have had control of his conson
ants but he knew his constitutional
rights having denied them to so
many in his 25 years with the Tea-
Ha even know that ha did not
have to incriminate himsalf and
to took his own malapropjan ver ver-.on
.on ver-.on of the Fifth Amendment
when asked to say whether he
was involved in such exciting ad adventures
ventures adventures at "acid throwing, ar arson
son arson and dynamiting incidents."
As Malloy grunted through his
answers the other day in the Sen Senate
ate Senate hearing room, there was the
feeling that he was battling, vainly
for a lost culture. For, at many
points far from Malloy's intellec intellectual
tual intellectual joustings with the Senators and
little David, otherwise known as
chief counsel Bob Kennedy, legions
were stirring themselves against
the hosts of acid throwers, arson
ists and dynamiters.
Not to speak in generalities, but
at random there was the mo
ment at the Pennsylvania State
CIO convention last week when
AFL-CIO Executive Comm i 1 1 e e
member Jim Carey shouted from
the platform: "If there is one na
tional union that's corrupt, that's
one national union too many. If
there's one local union in the hads
of the hoods, that's one local union
too many." And the labor crowd
roared its approval of these senti
ments roared for a snow-aown
for 10 minutes.
And even as Malloy was amala amala-proping
proping amala-proping the Fifth Amen d m e n t,
soma work was heinff don for The
Fifth by Paul Williams, U.S. At
torney for the New York Southern
District. He was preparing to an
nounce a score of indictments. He
had worked with two F e d e r a
Grand Juries for an entire year.
"V 5ee-rln Union Der Is Muscle-r-Er, Strength'
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NEAWclnc. I IIV
ONE CUSTOMER FEWER
Countless times I've heard the Panamanians refer to Amer-
leans as dopy gringos. Do compassion and generosity rate
! the stamp of stupidity? in 1955 all our neighbors had to do was
stick out their hand for Uncle Sam to give them 6 million dol-J
) lara. And now Cecilia Remon Is sticking her hand out but all
she wants is the paltry sum of $150,000. Not long ago while
i Care packages for the starving natives were being dropped by
the U.S. on the soil of our good neighbors, Cecilia Remon was
J running a benefit for the destitute of France. Who's kidding
whom? As far as I was concerned that went over like a lead
i .The cry for equal pay is also laughable. It requires three or
! more Panamanians to do a Job that one American does. The
i few who are intelligent use their brains to shirk their Jobs. Not
too many years ago the majority in the Republic went-bare-
; footed. The bloodsuckers in power today will undoubtedly bring
' about a recurrence of that era.
For nearly 20 years I patronized the merchants across the
, border two or three times a week but since the treaty went into
J effect I havent set foot on their streets not even for a lot-
- It was nerve-wracking to say the least to have to get a
death grip on your purse while walking the streets in the days
when times, were good. Now that the thievinn swine stick a
knife in their victims' ribs we take our lives in our hands each
m time we step out of the Zone. Ill go slumming when hell
1 1 Ana I. Meanlt
ii We are Chinese girls and hope we can have a pen pal In
JJ your country. Our names are Eunice Lee (Hobbies: collecting
,, atampi and postcards) and Frances Lee (Hobbles: reading and
Frances and Eunice
10 Park Road,
'We're getting down to pay dirt,'
Williams told a group of lawyers.
"and you can expect a substantial
number of Indictments." ;
"We .are building up an enorm
ous file and are now m a position
to bring in indictments against im important
portant important figures. We see this as a
continuing task. We're in t for an
other year perhaps even sever
al years. I m stayng rignt witn it."
Nor was the Senate committee
idle in the field despite its public
hearings. Word is that there are
several score of ts investigators
and General ACcountng Office
probers working into the night in
at least 10 major cities, in new
York alone, there were 28 sharp sharp-eyed
eyed sharp-eyed Federals reported looking in
to unions and they won't say
which, for they don't want the
books and recorda suddenly to go
Justice Dept. flying squads were
moving across the country try
ing to handle some 50 to 80 im important
portant important complaints of racketeering
a month. One such squad was a
four-man team operating under U.
S. Attorney Max Goldschein who
seldom moves out of a city without
leavina indictments behind. Ha had
scheduled Chicago for last week.
And the fMiblic'e anger hat fin finally
ally finally boon seoplng into the office
of the public prosecutors on the
local lovolt as the nation began
smarting under the now era of
the shame of the cities.
For most of last week some 200
city district attorneys had been
meeting in Houston's Shamrock
These were the members of
the National Assn. of County and
Prosecuting Attorneys. This was
their mid-winter session. Tney naa
listened to Philadelphia's District
Attorney Vetor Blanc. He told the
Philadelphia atory, which will be
as dramatic as Portland's night nightmare.
mare. nightmare. He urged local support of the
Senate select committee. He told
the local DA's that even the most
vlffornua local action would be In
effectual if it were not tied in with
eiinoort from the decent labor
UaiW in each community. Promi
nent bv his absence waa the Di
strict Attorney of Portland. Oregon.
The Brosecutora departed for
their home erounds, tome perhaps
even to do battle, there was much
to fight for and to incriminate
tht guilty and reprieve toe intimi
A Hole In the Head,' starring
Paul Douglas, opned last night at
The Plymouth Theater. Wo caught
it the night before whan' the
drew. rehearsal spectators roared
at it a good deal of the time.'.
So did this iuror. .There are
in Mew York
enjoying the last hefty chuckle at the Versailloa (for over Id years)
the reviewers again. Despite their
snubs at his movie, "The Iron
Petticoat," it is among the Top
Ten money-makers, i .You can't
win: One teevee show enjoying a
high rating of 39.9 la being dis dispossessed.
possessed. dispossessed. . .Carroll Baker, who
is so good in "Baby Doll," waa
more lusty laughs in it than in an unknown last year. The r o I e
most current comedies. . Mr.
Douglas is blessed with one of the
beat supporting casts In a long
time. Especially David Burnt,
whose flair for top-blowing makes
for hilarious amusement. .Kay
Medford (a his wife) is at their
peak In this funny show and Lee
Grant's effortless playing as a
young widow (anxious- for hus husband
band husband and family) la a ,' perform
ance playgoers will remember with
affection.,. .A mold Schulman
wrote rt originally for television
. .Garson Kanin's direction la an
other feature. .Tommy White, a
child player, and Joyce Van Paf
ten also merit curtain calls.
"The Ziegfold Follies," starring
Beatrice Lillie, opens this evening
at the Winter Garden. Jane Mor
gan is among the featured mem
bers. The show must gross $40,000
a week just to break even. .On
ly 7 productions of the current 20
are above that mark. .variety
reports thst Lavern Baker, a new
comer thrush, is the only girl a
mong the top 20 record sellers
book, "The Great Man," was the
first of the bullets aimed at TV
personalities, has finished his new
tome which will give the trembles
to the. Hollywood crowd. He calls
it "Cast of Characters. . .Play .Playwright
wright .Playwright "Geo. S. Kaufman and his
wife Leueen MacGrath (co star
of "The Potting Shed") will amic amicably
ably amicably abrogate after the hit's run,
How It All Began: Back in 18th
Century Trinidad the slaves were
forbidden to speak while working.
They were allowed to sing. Conse Consequently,
quently, Consequently, they conveyed the local
gossip in song. Result: Calypsos
. .Edward Mulhare, currently
rexharrisoning in "My Fair Lady,"
not only appears in his first mu musicalit
sicalit musicalit is his intlal major star star-rng
rng star-rng assignment. .An Intriguing
London show title: "A for Angel
B for Bed". .The v a 1 u e i of
noise? Fourteen million rocknroll
records have been sold in the past
year. .Eddie Mayeboff, who re refused
fused refused to accept defeat after s
teevee ahow'a fast fizzle last sea season,
son, season, is riding high in the Broad Broadway
way Broadway hit, "Visit to a Small Plan Planet."
et." Planet." Moral: You cant lose if you
refuse to quit. .Applause is the
actor's happy opiate. Paul Doug Douglas
las Douglas rejected 4 film offers to re return
turn return to Broadway in "Hole in the
The ipiituatien ever at the Dick
Powells (June Ally son) r o c a 1 1 a
Powell's sardonic bsorvaHen be
fore they wore married: "here
la no such thing as a happy mar mar-rieete
rieete mar-rieete in Hollywood.- A lo of poo-l
kid themselves mte mimcing ,ay ceiioejuiaiism
won her a 4-year H'wood contract
. '. .After spending $43,009 en
Moon," producer Rita Allen has
decided not to mother it.
If they gave an Oscar for a sin single
gle single episode it should be awarded
to the-card-playing scene in- the
film, 'Gold of Naples", .About
sixty actresses were auditioned for
a roie Tine Happiest Million Millionaire.'
aire.' Millionaire.' The vouna ladv who won
it is Diana van der ails. Her play playing
ing playing won critics'. Taves plus movie
bids. She just signatured a, lucra lucrative
tive lucrative 3 year H'wood deal. .Add
unusual rootatooting: Richard
Maltby's album: "Manhattan Band Bandstand".
stand". Bandstand". k ."The True Story of Jes Jessie
sie Jessie James" cinema marks the 16th
time it's been filmed. .Mademoi .Mademoiselle
selle .Mademoiselle mag's "Can You Tell The
Men From The Boys?" article is
crowded with Freudian fripperies
. .Elizabeth Taylor's candid ad admission:
mission: admission: "I have the emotions of
a child in the body of a woman"
. .James Jones spent 6 years
writing his latest novel: "Some
Came Running". .Add amusing
Calypso lyrics: "Don't Blame It
. Cosmopolitan tella you every
thing about money except how to
make it without working. .Anoth .Another
er .Another good candidate for the juke
boxes is Joe Reisman s "Pamela
Throws a Party". .Although the
Paramount Theater s rock and
roll-set brought out the police for
3 days the business dived back
to normal Loew's State is plan planning
ning planning a similar disturbance. .
"Come Go With Me" is a rock-and-rolla
that sounds like music
. .Well, almost. .The Holly Hollywood
wood Hollywood version of the Broadway hit,
"Separate Tables." can't miss. Its
star-power includes Laurence Oli
vier, Vivien Leigh and Deborah
Kerr. .. .Yul Brynner a secret yen:
To appear on any of the quiz pro
grams. His category would be com
ic strips. Jack Warner a big wor worry
ry worry about "The Spirit of St. Louis"
was how the children would re
act. He feared they didn't know a-
bout Lindbergh. The first day at
the Music Hall (where it premier
ed) 45 per cent of the spectators
were children. They loved it.
"Say DarHn," Whit Bissau's now
(a forthcoming Book of the
Month), ia about a rube author,
who comes to Now York te see
his beat-seller turn Into a hit mu
sical show. Ho got the theme from
his firs book. "TVs Cents" which
became a Broadway smash, "The!
Pajema Came". .In "Miaal-
Iiance" George Bernard Shaw tre
es a present!
has shifted to the Harwyn. .Sev
en year ago Marvin Marx, the
tag writer, had .an annual Income
of loss than $2,000. Despite the dis discouragement
couragement discouragement he kept trying. Lest
week Jackie Gieason raised his
wage to $2,500 a week. .People
Today mag la preparing a blis
tering thesis on TV rating- sys systems.
tems. systems. .Words that drive, me to
the dictionary: Harvey Brelt in
N.Y. Times: "Inoiuctably." He
means you can't escape It.
WASHINGTON Fred Alger.
Ike's Ambassador ;t0 Belgium, is
sore as a boil over being relieved
of his job. A stanch Republican
lwho contributed $1500 to Ike's last
campaign, the Ambassador', didn t
expect to be shelved.
Alger is especially sore because
be is being recalled right in the
middle of the big Belgian fair, He-
had worked hard to organize A
merican exhibits to the fair.
Ambassador Alger once ran for
governor of Michigan against 'Soa-
py v Williams,, but like all ; other
Republicans who tackled "Soapy,"
he got licked.
' In matrimony he was more suc
cessful. He won the delightful su
zette Dewey, daughter of en-Con
gressman Charles Dewey of Chi
cago. She was a great asset to the
U.S. in Brussels.
Alger ia now going 'back to his
home in Detroit with blood in hi
eye. He blames his forced resig resig-naiton
naiton resig-naiton on Postmaster General
Summerfield, a power in Michi Michigan
gan Michigan politics, and chairman of the
GOP National Committee in the
Alger confides to friends that he
is going to see that summernew s
political ; power t in i Michigan is
shorn,,:'.:'- yrf ;
Note 1 Perhaps Alger's poll
tical demise may be due far part
to xne fact tnat ne was not. a nea-
vy -contributor. Though he put ui
51500, this was low compared win
the $60,000 from Clare Boothe
Luce, former Ambassador to Italy,
and her husband, publisher of the
supposedly impartial Time, life,
and -Fortune : also compared with
the $32,000 from. John Hav Whit
ney, who becomes Ambassador to
England; and the $36,000 from
Douglas Dillon, retiring Ambassa Ambassador
dor Ambassador to France.
Note 2 Dillon was one of the
best postwar ambassadors to serve
in France, but got in wrong with
the State Department when he told
the truth about the real reason.why
the French and British pulled out
of Suez. He said it was fear of Rus Russia,
sia, Russia, not the United Nations.
Mrs. Douolas McKay,! Salem,
Ore. have your letter calling
me a liar tor reporting mat your
husband, the former Secretary of
the Interior, left Washington prior
Ao r the inauguration because ne
was not invited to the ceremony, l
note that the reason he did not at attend
tend attend was because .he went on a
vacation to Mexico on Jan.; 11.
Y. ..M'.tiiiil uIa .111
Telegram from Jim Bishop, au-' ... v.A kt.Lk., w
thor of "The Day Christ Died-' .J formed Se warding
ter, ..thanks. It reminded me of Jhe an Nationai Committee who were
i"" "" "V "um handlini? 'invitations definitely stat
-mat one-was ia. your, commn-mi ,i..,,', k,k. w .nrf
!" ,v-r ,.-. """ h.H nnt rwoti invited. r.
hoi. T itiH-.: "Thio tri ihniiM hr""" "-. -. r J
taken oil captions and. put on the
rewrite desk. He can describe
without wasting wordage. (Happy
taxes, Jim). .Ex-fashion model
Rita Ellis, in show biz a few
months, is now featured thrush on
Galen Drake's TV show. He found
her voc allure at their first job in
the Copa Lounge. ."The Joker,"
due April 4, will be the next opus
to undrape "a famous television
comedian." The author is Arthur
Sheekman. whose Hollywood com
edies starred Eddie Cantor; Bing
Crosby and Merman. .Over fi
of the hit calypso recordings (ac (according
cording (according to Tin Pan Alley veter veterans)
ans) veterans) were looted from poor,' but
talented Caribbean lyricists. They
will get nothing from, the hits. .
It costs NBC $1,600 every time
"America After Dark" switches to
Chicago or Los Angeles. ."The
Helen Morgan Story". (now being
filmed at Warner's)) memoes rrea
Rapport. He plays a headwaiter.
He was Helen's boss when he own
ed The Avenue Club on W. 53rd,
where be got $30 for a bottle of
sylvama GOP Congressman Sep.
Alvln .R. Bush, who partly owns
the very radio station for wrucn he
The station Is WWPA, William,
sport, Pa., operated by WilUam WilUam-sport
sport WilUam-sport Radio Broadcasting Associ
ates, ui v wnicn uusft owns 400
shares of stock Th
A J iLL-n a wnBUJ
mt. ii v '
i ne sranung an cc permit
m n. mi uu uu a ne .ak AAA.-a & a
vigorously opposed by competitors
ui nuuimspon ana Milton. : who
cioim mey couian t survive against
a mu-Diaiiun uDerauon nrym
L. 1 .1. ----
Ducn multiple ownerah n nf rH a
MM 'I'll n . I 1
wura serving me same)
area is oarrea oy CC' regulations
uiucoo uicrn are Runner, nsinnf
nor granting an exception..
uespue mis ruie. the fc:h prant.
ea a permit to wauiamsport Radio
oroaacagune Associates... rnt k
isa, wimout fteannas and without
cAfiaiuius wujf u, waivea us own
vumyeuiurs nwwn r A ivnit
quently protested the award, lead
mg w orai arguments -before the)
nui commission on December ? 3,
AnvrorflMtltr iAtii,Ar1 mm tU. 1
miiMi viim t nuiiicu iivri liir una
lay, manager WoodrowiW. Ott of
wuuamsport Radio Broadcasting
Associates wrote to Ms fellow
stockholder, Bush; asking that
uuau a 1 1 1 ogu. u.wai i mai li i i i
Pa.) intercede with FCC Chairman
George MeConnaughey. i-
Nevertheless. .1 am delighted to
accept your word, and may i aiso
congratulate you on commg so vig
orously to the detense ot your nus nus-band.
band. nus-band. In my opinion, official Wash Washington
ington Washington could use a few more ladies
like you and Mrs. Charles E. Wil Wilson.
son. Wilson. More power to you, and I'm
delighted to know that Governor
McKay is "in the pink of health
and. spirits." (
F.C.C. WIRE POLLING S''
Still -another case of backstage
wire pulling at the Federal Com Com-municationa
municationa Com-municationa Commission has come
to light, this time involving a Penn-
"Dnal AI wrnte ntt n 94
As you know,: the record before
the FCC on our Milton application
is i in w aiiiiii uiKLt? a. ne re- rprn h ns nno
i.v utc Aiiiai ucuiaiuu ui uie caminis
"Our attorneys adviser that it
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ilia v ijc Buiiie li 1 1 1 uriiirt! i.iik ririi
mission acts on this final' decision
unless we are able, to convince
I.ItKIIl IlldL rMI IV Jit nKirrnXna
"With this in1 mind," Ott tequest-
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rrr... wiiiiiii vuu uieaae'ii viiiji Hare
nest convenience 'mane -arrange
main h inr iiiii.n vmirxKir inn nnny
nr tviarrin in iriMHF iiniivuiiimi rnn
tacts with the FCC Chairman in
tne nope tnat you can set some)
early action."- '.
;"With financial stake" In, the
outcome; Bush should have stayed
nnr tvr Trtao pucv nnwtivii. ne rpa i e
ly complied. First he had a Staff
member contact ... McConnaughey'i
lowed through with a letter to the
FCC Chairman, Jan. 8, 1957.
"I shall annreciate information
on which to base a reply to the at attached
tached attached letter from Woodrow W. Ott
manager, Willianisport Radio Sta
tion WWPA,"' wrote uuan.1 release
return Ott's letter with your reply."
Whether Bush's intercession in
fluences, the final FCC decision
isn't as important as the fact that
a Congressman exerted pressure
on a supposedly independent regul
atory boay m iavor oi a raaio sia-
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lS-fiorh On Travel To Israel
Expected To Be Lifted Soon
' WASHINGTON. JUir, 7 (UP)
The United States soon ; may lift
its four-month-old ban' on travel
to Israel and three other Middle
Officials-said today the ban will)
oe lifted 1 according' to present
plana as soon as Israeli troops
are withdrawn from Egyptian ter-
" ritory. x ; r
and Jordan was barred by the U
nited States when hostilities broke
out between Israel and Egypt last
iau. v - f -.
. As lens as Israeli Weeps are
en IsypUan territory" erficfals
said there is "danger", hostilities
, tnlght be renewed. But this is
ot expected since United Na Nations
tions Nations forces are scheduled .to
fnevr iitA between r the twe na nations.
tions. nations. -i. -1' if ,,-
The administration -also is" eon eon-aidering
aidering eon-aidering other steos te out its re
lations with. Middle Eastern coun
tries back on a normal fo tin
wnen Israeli troops are withdrawn
Aid to Israel, for example, is ex
pected to be resumed later.
The U.S. Export-Import Bank Is
expected to send a mission to Is-
- 1 1 r :t
c& v tiuuj. m pi upuaru mil million
lion million loan for agricultural, tmga tmga-tion,
tion, tmga-tion, settlement and development
projects. This mission originally
was te be in Israel last November
but the trip was called off when
Israel attacked Egypt.
Resumption of travel would be
ef particular help to Israel and E E-gypt,
gypt, E-gypt, wh normally have a large
tourist trade. Officials said indica indications
tions indications are the ban will be lifted n
time for regular summer vacation
Japs To Send Group
To; Protest H-Bomb
Tests By British
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! TOKYO: March 7 -j." f UP)
Prime Minister Nobusuke Klshi
said today the government was
considering tne sending of a re
ligious group, to London to tiro
test against the British H-bomb
tests at Christmas Island.
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Kishl 'told the cabinet that
this was preferable to the con
troversial proposal of the Japan
Council Against- Atom and Hy Hydrogen
drogen Hydrogen Bombs to send suicide
Kamikaze", ships for altdown
tactics la. tiie danger cone
The Prim Minister rllrf tint
elaborate on the make-up of the
religious.; group but informed
sources said It- would include
representatives of the Anglican
Church and Salvation Army who
are Known to nave dose rela
tlons -"with, British religious
ooaies. -; .. v . -v. j
The all-J an an Seamen'a
union, claiming 800,000 mem
bers,, and.' the Transnortation
Ministry last, night attacked the
t-ouncii s proposal.
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KEWfiMEX TtSTirr -1-wiUUm XambertT(lrft) and Wallace
. Turnsr, jeporters for a Portland. Ore, newspaper, appear be before
fore before the Special .senate Committee on Labor Racketering in
Washington., They told the committee that Teamster Union
officials conspired with racketeers; gamblers "and the district
attorney In -an a'Oempk to take ever Portland city government.
Today, Thursday, March 7
4:00 Feature Review 1
4:30 What's your Favorite (re-
' quests taken by phonr
' till 3:00)
S : 35- What's Your Favorite
4:00 Allen Jackson Commen Commentary
tary Commentary (WRUL)
:15-jBLUE RIBBON SPORTE
REVIEW (Pabst Beer)
6:30 Telephone Hour (WRUL)
7:00 Goon Show
7:30-VOA Report From U.S.
8:00 Elizabethan Theater
8:30 Take It From Here
8:00 You Asked. For It (re-
. quests taken by phone
till 7:30) .A
10:30 Music From Hotel El Pan
10:45 Temple Of Dreams
11:00 Concert Under The Stars
12:00 Sign Off.
Tomorrow, Friday, March I
6:00 Sign On Alarm Clock
" 'Club 'requests taken
by phone tui T:00)
7:30 Mornirte Salon Concert
8:15 Church In The Wildwood
8:30 Musical Reveille
9:15 Sacred Heart ."
9:30-Jaris Star Time
10:00 JENNIFER'S JOU R N A I
(Cutex and Odorono)
10:05 spins and Needles (re
quests taken by
pnone uu 8:30)
11:00 News -
11:05 Spins And. Needles
11:30 Meet The Entertainer
12:05 Luncheon Music
12:15 MEL ACHRINO MUSI
12:30-Sweet And Hot :
1:15 Music Of Manhattan
1:30 Sons Of The Pioneers
1:45 Songs of France
3:00 Tex Beneke Shpw
2:15 Freddy Martin -Show
2:30 The Virginians
3:00 Hank Snow And His
Rainbow Ranch JBoys
3:15 Sammy Kaye Show
3:30 Music For Friday
4:00 Feature Review
4:30 Whafa Your Favorite (re.
quests taken by phone
1:35 What's Your F a t o r 1 1 a
' (cont'd) .-.
m n. ...
v.vv aucu' j aexson commen commentary
tary commentary (WRUL) -
:l5-i-BLUE RIBBON SPORTS
KaviW (Pabst Beeri
60 Top Tunes of the week
7:00 Thirty Minute Theater
7:30 VOA Report From VS.
8:00 Music By Roth ,
8:30 Short Story Theater
:uv xou Asxea For It (re
quests taken by phone
mm r:3u i i
10:30 Cavalcade Of America
11:00 Jazx. Till Midnight
a w sign oil.
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. East and West vulnerable
East South West North
14 l Pass 1 4
Pass 2 4 Pass 2W
Pass 4 V ,. Pass Pass
v ; 'Opening )ead--4 5
!East. won the oneninir rlnh
lead with the. ace in today's
hand. South idropped, the king.
East tried to cash twn fcnarle
tricks but South ruffed the sec
ond spade, entered dummy with
the queen of clubs and finessed
successiuuy for East's king of
South had to lose a diamond
HOLLYWOOD. (NEA) ; Holly
wood and Grapevine: Dean Mar Martin's
tin's Martin's still at bat slugging away
verbally at ex -partner Jerry Lewis
for his "J've Always Been Scar Scared",
ed", Scared", magazine article, but he says
he-won't dip his pen in acid for an
official published reply,, Even if
Jerry has removed all photos of
Dean, he hears'1, from his home.
'"I've been asked 'to tell, all,"
Dean told me, "but I. don't want to
be an idiot. I have no axe to grind:
Let Jerry go on being an idiot.
He's just hurting himsotf;"
Dean was silent about their bust bust-up
up bust-up until he, read Jerry's quotes a a-bout
bout a-bout him -"He talks about my
wife and that's going too far."
Despite bis open, bracks ; about
Dean, Jerry often has" been quoted
assaymg he'll take the real secret
for their parting I to the grave.
"He means." Dean told me, "the
real secret is this I was a nice
guy and he won't admit it."
PRELUDE TO FIREWORKS:
Zsa Zsa Gabor and sister Eva
working together on the same mo
vie lot lor tne Iirst lime, u s an eye
opener, -too, tnat sa itsa s Deing
directed in "Stalin Is Alive" by
Russell BirdwelL a onetime press.
trick In the cool of the evening 1 agent who incurred her wrath by
but still was able to liiafce his I releasing the story that Great Lov-
game contract. er Kumrosa DiacKea per eye,
East explained to West in -a
few thousand well-chosen words
that their side could have made
juur gDaaes DVT, tnat it is Imnns-
sible to make a spade game If
uu one Dins tne suit.
West replied that he had
passed the first time because he
expected to be able to bid his
spades later on and that North
had gotten away with a very
North conceded that he had
been lucky but explained that
he had made his own luck by
bidding a psychic spade bid
while West was still waiting a a-round
round a-round for Santa Claus.
A fisychlc bidder must be
lucky to succeed but West's sillv
pass made North's luck possible.
west neia only live nign cara
points but he had tremendous
distribution including a good
six card spade suit. Surely there
could be no harm In an Imme Immediate
diate Immediate one spade bid.
US Musicians Will
In Buenos Aires
A movie' doll who thought Vic
Mature was a "big egotistical jerk"
has chanced her mind after costar-
ring with him. Blonde Karen Steele
is the young laay ana sne s even
had several dates with the big man.
"But it's not a romance or anything
like that," she insists. "We're just
good friends.'' f .; (
Karen winced when she was' cast
as Vic's costar in "The Sharkfight-
"I'd heard things about him and
I was convinced he was a big ego egotistical
tistical egotistical ierk." she told me at a CBS-
TV rehearsal. "Now I'm ashamed
of myself because I can't say e e-nough
nough e-nough good things about him. He
treated me like a lady, he helped
me with mv dialogue, shoved- me
into closeups and taugnt me a 101
of camera tricks. I was sti ashamed
of myself, in fact, that I told Vic
the whole story about my fears
and how I was convinced he was
a jerk. -
"His repjy was:' 'Honey, you're
THERE'S A BIG MCMusical In
nine Crosbv's fiitiir. if h arn
lrehls thA rml l
to his nonwarbling role in "Man
on Fire," "Going Hollywood', in
1933, was Bing's first MGM tune tune-film
film tune-film and the show's hit song was
temptation." Yup, the same one
Perry Como's warbling these days.
Scene of the week: A big Christ Christmas
mas Christmas office party. in.'The Desk Set.'
After several rounds of cheer. Ka-
Uhanne Hepburn sings "Night and
uay, accompanied by Spencer
Tracy on the bongo 'drums.
Fv Scott Fitzgerald's famed un unfinished
finished unfinished novel, "The Last Tycoon,"
becomes a Playhouse 90 TV show
sometime in March with Jack Pa Palace
lace Palace considering the role of the mo
vie executive. He completes MG MG-M's
M's MG-M's "House of' Numbers" in time
tor the show, hich .would have
starred Humphrey Bogart had he
lived. The TV show will end where
the uncompleted novel ends in
the middle of a love scene.
1.1Si:;!-!S.Sv,i t t
4 k o
. HOT TIP DEPT.: "Check -this,"
wnisperea a tiouywoodsman
Those I Love Elvis and I Hate
&lvis buttons are made by the
same company and Elvis col
lects royalties on BOTH buttons."
Ihis tip was checked with the
Fresley crowd. There are 32 dif
ferent commercial products on the
market bearing Presley's name on
I which he collects. But I was told
Love and Hate buttons are not on
list. Darn it.
Lana Turner's TV debut on Bob
Hope's NBC show will have her
laughing it up with Bob in a come
dy sketch and1 also singing. The
teaming, 1 hear, may be a cue for
a costarring movie.
BUENOS AIRES. March 7
(UP) The Argentine Musicians
Union said today that James I.
Petrillo. President of the Federa-
tlon of American Musicians, has
promised the Union that no
United States musicians "will
act as strike breakers" In the
dispute between the manage
ment of the' Colon Theatre here
and Its orchestra.
The famed Buenos Aires Thea Theatre
tre Theatre recently cancelled its 1957
opera season as a result of a
controversy over whether the
management has the right to
submit members of the orchestra
to competence tests. The union
holds It hasn't
First Oscar Winner
Dies In Hollywood
HOLTYWOOD. March 7 (UP)
Producer director William
Cameron Menzies, 60, winner of
the first academy of motion pic
tures award for art direction,
died at his Beverly Hills home
Monday after a lingering ill
... (NEA Telephoto)
'THINKING IT OVER Secretary of Defense Charles Wilson
takes a firm grip 'on his nose as. he ponders a newsmarffs
Question during a. news conference at the Pentagon Wilson
said it will take a "miracle or two" before the United State
' will be able to build an atomic-powered airplane.
Army in Budapest;
Fears Hew, Uprising
VIENNA. March 7 rrrp r.
Hungarian Communist Kadar-gov-enncent
has reinforced its army
uu uiuiiu U II II I IB DUaiBMt In
fear of a new uprising on March
13, diplomatic sources said here
The sources said heavuV rm4
Hungariaa police and militia nt-
rots were eonsiderablv reinfbref
ounng uie cwiew nours from mid
Bight t four am.
. . f
The mtmber of armored tart af
tne Honganaa army patre 1 1 i g
through the empty streets of Buda
pest during the Bight war also in increased.
creased. increased. ..
However, bo Soviet troops er
tanks were caDed into Budapest
yet- the diplomatic source said, i
Union president Angel de la Ro
sa said Petrillo wrote him thati
no FAM members would play lnl
tne uoion xneatre auring tnei
coming season. He said Petruio
also wrote that the Boston Pop
Orchestra, scheduled to visit
Argentina soon, may reconsider
the trip because of the Colon
De la Rosa stated that the
Theatre management hadi
theatened to Import foreign
musicians to replace the orches-l
tra. He said the union-had also!
received, statements of support!
from musicians unions In Brasil,
unite ana Uruguay.
Resigns As Result
Of Election Defeat
private funeral services were
announced todav for Forest
Lawn Memorial park at Glen Glen-dale,
dale, Glen-dale, Calif., with cremation to
follow. The rites are scneauied
Menzies, a native of New Ha Haven.
ven. Haven. Conn., won the first "Os "Oscar"
car" "Oscar" in 1928 for his work on the
films, "Dove" and "Temnest."
Following naval service in World
War I. he joined New York and
London studios of Famous plav1
era and later was art director
for manv silent screen stars in.
eluding Mary plckford.
His last screen credit was- as
associate producer of the cur current
rent current picture. "Around the World
In 80 days."
SANTIAGO. Chile, Mar. 7
(UP) President Carlos. Thaflec
entire cabinet resigned yester
day as ine result of tne defeat
suffered by the e-overnment. in
Sunday's congressinal election.
Thanes asked 12 of the n
ministers to remain at their
posts for the time being, politi political
cal political observers predicted he would
accept resignations from other
members of the official family
Ibanes Agrarian l.abor p&rtv
is the only political group rep
resented, in the cabinet. fIt has
three ministers. The other 10 are
considered non-partisan techni technicians.
cians. technicians. The Agrarian Labor Party lost
10 of th 23 seats it had In the
previous chamber of deputies.
i ne principal opposition radi
cal party Increased its member membership
ship membership from 20 to 35. The con conservative
servative conservative and liberal parties,
which support some of ibafiex'
policies, gained a total of seven
between them to boost the com combined
bined combined number of their seats to
Thus, the three parties to together
gether together still can outvote the radicals.
Have you seen the
Court Of Honor
At Albrook AFB Tomorrow
The Pacific district of the Canal
Zone Council 801, Boy Scouts of A A-merica,.will
merica,.will A-merica,.will hold a court of honor
, niutuua. ait orce juase tomor-
row, v. '.!.'.
-The count, beginnings T.30 p.
"V'WiU bestaged ore flight ramp
at Albrook between hangars 3 and
, Boy Scouts Troops to participate
irfclude: No. 3, Balboa; No. 4, Dia Diablo:
blo: Diablo: No. 5. Ancon: No 7.
No. 10, Gam boa- No. 13, Cocoli;
No. U. Albrook: Nn 1R Fnrt irnK-
be: ifn. IT. Ft riavinti- ata io cn.fl
Immediately following a band
concert by the 776th Air Force
Band at Albrook. Troon fiacre will
be presented. The invocation will
be delivered bv Chaolain Vnict M
oinx, AiDrooK tsase Chaplain.
iui. voi. wauace Martello, chair
man of the Pacific district ad advancement
vancement advancement committee will act as
master of ceremonies and intro introduce
duce introduce the members of the court.
Mai. .Gen.- Truman H. Landon.
commander, Caribbean Air Com Command,
mand, Command, will make the presentation
of Eagle awards: Judge Guthrie F.
Crowe, vice president of the exe
cutive ooara ot toe canal Zone
Council, will present Life awards;
.and Col. Elmer W Grubbs, Pacific
District chairman of the Canal
Zone Council will present Star a a-wards.
In addition to dignitaries making
awards, court members In c 1 u de
Majo, Gen. Louis T. Heath, presi president
dent president of the executive board of the
Canal Council; Col. Edwin M. Ram-
age, commander Albrook Air Force
Base: Franklin P. Chase, scout
executive of the Canal Zone Coun
cil; and Chaplain Sink.
.AH parents of the Pacific Coun Council
cil Council troop members, as well as, the
general public are invited to attend i
the ceremony. Albrook Air Police
i will direct visitors to the court of
ntll ntl avert An ctlamnt hv ih TTort Prn to mirria I
k fcr k. LSI triik.h .... m,j ... -- y f
a home lor its new. i ational president, retired NATO chief.! ; -Gen.
Alfred M. Gruenther,has l een' given a setback. TJieM
$70,000 residence, thown rbove, ls in ihe exclusive Sprinn
Valley section Of Washington. The real estate developer of the?
community has filed suit to prevent the sale, citing one of 14
restrictive covenants governing sale of Spring Valley property 4. '
If the deal goes through, the house will be purchased from at
special fund, established in 1919 by 50 friends of the Red Cross
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CHAMPAGNE LUNCHEON GIVEN AT HOTEL EL PANAMA
AS FAREWELL TO VISITOR, MRS. C. CAMERON
Mr. Leonard S. Hart and Mrf. Fred M. Poore, Jr., of Los
Riot were co-hostesses Tuesday at a champagne luncheon
g ivn at the Hotel El Panama m honor of Mrs. C. E. Game-
'""'Mra, Cameron is leaving next Monday morning- to return
to her home in Texas. She has been thehouseguest of her
son-in-law and daughter Capt. and Mrs. Ren S. Smith.
Col. and Mrs. Arnold Entertain
As Finale To Engineers' Week
Col. and Mrs. Hugh M. Arnold
entertained at their home in Bal Balboa
boa Balboa Heights Saturday night. Co!.
Arnold is the Director of Engineer Engineering
ing Engineering and Construction for Panama
Canal and was co-ordinator for the
Engineers' Week activities.
This party was a finale to the
Engineers Week program, and
most of the 'guests were members
of the engineering profession.
E ngagement Announced
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Vandergnft
of Gatun announce the engagement
of their daughter Miss Arlene Van Van-dergrift
dergrift Van-dergrift of Pittsburgh Pa. to Mr.
Richard Lindsay Warwick of Bronx
ville, New York. Mr. Warwick is
the son of Mr. and Mrs. John Lind Lindsay
say Lindsay Warwick of Bronxville, New
Mist Vandergrift, gf aduated from
Cristobal High School, C.Z. Junior
College and Bryant College, Prov Providence
idence Providence Rhode Island. She is at pre present
sent present working as a secretary at the
Central Ohio Paper Co.
Her fiance is a senior at Wash Washington
ington Washington and Jefferson College, Wash Washington
ington Washington .Pa. His fraternity is Delta
Tau Delta. xi
No date has been set for the wed wedding.
ding. wedding. Mis Jedy Ra Aitrin Arrives
In Wichita Kansas
Sgt. ad Mrs. Sheldon G. Astrin
announce the birth of a baby girl
Jody Rae yesterday at St. Francis
Hospital, Wichita, Kansas.
Maternal grandparents are Mr.
and Mrs. R. C. Forbes of San
Juan Place, Ancon.
Capt. and Mrs. Early
Give Cocktail Party
Capt and Mrs. Charles C. Early
entertained with a cocktail party
for 60 guests at the Fort Kobbe Of Officers'
ficers' Officers' Club Saturday. The buffet
table featured a carnival theme in
keeping with, the Panamanian tra tradition
dition tradition of carnival week
Cramer from Panama.
Queen Of Policeman's Ball Will Be
Decided By Vote Count Tonight
Which of the five Canal Zone
beauties who are running for Queen
of the Policeman s a wiu reign
at the Union Club tomorrow nigbt,
will be decided when the votes are
counted this evening.
The contestants are Camille El Ellis,
lis, Ellis, Becky Abell, Carol Vootmeyer,
Shirley Ann Meyer and Billie Sue
Organizers of the Ball suggest
that those going to the ball use the
parking area outside the Civil
Service Affairs building, and take
a taxi to the Union Club. For table
reservations call Balboa 1277. f
Guests At Hotel Panamont
Some of the recent guests at the
Hotel Panamonte in Boquete were
Mr. Julio Miranda from David,
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph .J Llndo and
daughter, from Panama, Mr. and
Mrs. Luis Chambonet and sons
from Panama, Mr.-and Mrs. B. G.
Hattler, and son Dicky from Pa
nama and Mr. and Mrs. Leigh
Spelling Bo Sponsored
By College Club
The Caribbean College Club has
again received permission from
the Superintendent of Schools. Mr.
S. E. Esser, to hold a spelling bee
for the U.S. Elementary School
children from Grades two to six
inclusive. The final spell down will
be held Friday, March 29th at the
Cristobal High School Auditorium
it 7 p.m. All parents and friends
cf the students and those members
of the community who are interest interested
ed interested in promoting interest in educa
tion are invited to attend. The
spell offs are. now being held in
the classrooms of Cristoba, Gatun
and Margarita Elementary
Schools. The winners from each
classroom will compete against
those from the same grade m the
other school Medals will be a-
warded to the finalist of each
in mb I'm msnfMxw-
ju is V -v
Gimmi Phi Betas
To Form Group
Members of the National Society
of Gamma Phi Beta are planning
to establish an alumni group here.
Women who are interested have
been asked to call Mrs. Julieta
Burda at Balboa 4128 between the
hours of 6 and 8 p.m.
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The Curundu Protestant Church
will have their annual Sunday
School picnic Saturday in Summit
Those planning to go to the pic picnic
nic picnic should assemble at the church
parkins lot no later than 9:30 a.m.
Bus transportation has also been
arranged for by Otis Baron.
Each family is asked to bring
picnic dinner for their family. The
beverages at the noon meal will
be furnished by the Sunday School.
Games of all kinds will be under
tho direction of Jim Maxwell and
his helpers. Baseball, vollyball,
horseshoes, relay races,, softbal
are some of the games in store
for the family at Summit Gardens
At the noon meal the pastor,
Rev. Milton K. Leidlg, will bring
a report of the Sunday School ac activity
tivity activity during the past year. Plant
for Vacation Bible School will also
bo announced -at the eame time.
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commenmorating the fifteenth birthday celebration of the
SEABEES. Looking on is Captain J. K. Batchellor, CEC USN.
TJhe affair was attended by about 16 men who served In the
i Naval construction forces plus other honored "guesits.
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sea. decorate the special three-cent stamp commemorating the
150th anniversary of the organization. First day sale will be
Febv 11, in Seattle, Wash.
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Each notice for incluiion in this
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ryp-writtn form and mailtd o
th boi numbtr lilted daily in 'So 'Social
cial 'Social and Othorwiti," or delivrd
by hand to th office. Notieei of
meetings cannot b ccptd by
Hstorical Society v
The Isthmian Historical Society
will meet Tuesday at 7:30 p.m. at
the Tivoll Guest House.
Col. Leroy C. Glodell will return
as guest speaker to 'show color
slides of recent discoveries at rt
San Lorenzo and Portobelo.
A short panel discussion will be
conducted by sons and daughters
oi' oia timers, winter nonius,
George : Fitzgerald and A. M.
Uouche will be among those on the
C.Z. College Club Will Hold
Regular Tea' and Meeting
The C.Z. College Club will hold
its regular monthly tea and busi business
ness business meeting, Monday March 11 at
3 30 p.m. in the UbU-JWti at uai
Dr. Aenaz Glattstein vice presi
dent of Casa Fastlich S.A. will ad
dress the group on precious stones
Knights Of Columbus Hold
Special Meeting in Cristobal
A Special Meeting bf Cristobal
Council No. WHO Knigms or coium
bus will take place tomorrow even
ing, Friday, Marcn am at me
Kmehts Home in Margarita.- The
purpose of this meeting is for the
exemplification oi tne zna Degree.
Orchid Chapter 1
A regular stated meeting of Or Or-chi
chi Or-chi Chapter 1 Order of the East
ern Star will be Ticl 7:30 p.m. to tomorrow
morrow tomorrow at the Scottish
Rite Temple, Balboa.
Refreshments will be serve af
ter the meeting.
Phil a. Police Seek Clues
Tq Mystery Of Boy s Death
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PHILADELPHIA (UP) Some-iwas 4! inches tall. He might hay
wiiere in inis country a uiue Doy naa a qeiecr. in nis lett eye but
is missing from his home. he. did not. wear glasses He had
He is a nice looking child' be- injured his chin at one. time, leavi
tween four and six years old. He ling an "L" shaped scar under hi
nab Dlue eves and brown hair. He cnin. t
weighs between 35 and 40 pounds.
tie s slender and thin-faced
His body, battered brutally, was
touna eigne days ago in a card cardboard
board cardboard box in the Fox Chase sec section
tion section of this city. Police have tried
every method at their command
to learn his identity but have run
up against a blank wall. No one
knows who he is. And no one has
reported-1 a little boy like him
Hav Two Theories
wnen touna, tug body was
wrapped m a cheap cotton flan.
nel blanket which had been ripped
in half. The blanket was a ereen
plaid with diamonds and blocks in
rust,' brown and white: All the
colors were faded. ;
Crude Hair Cot .
His hair had been crudely cut
short,- possible to conceal his iden
tity.v If that was the motive, for
the amateur -haircut, it, has sue
ceeded thus far. . ,
uui, nis wenuiy is stui mys mys-Police'
Police' mys-Police' have two theories. Thevitery.-Police say they are stumoed.
believe he was murdered by his They, wonder how the disappear
parents or guardians or he wasj ance1 of a 'ltt,e boy.can.be con
taken from some other part of the.cealed so well. .' ;v
country and his body was dumped Today, .more, than 300 oolice-.
here. imen. park guards and detectives
The city's chief medicar exam- are making a vfoot-by-foot search
iner, Dr. Joseph W. Spelman, who! of the ; neighborhoods questioning
conducted the autopsy, said the residents, and looking for some
boy definitely was murdered, He
raid there were bruises au over
the body, particularly on the
head, leg and arms
tiny clue which may have been
. i .. II. L. . . . ',J-I
veryiuing eise in me quest oi r
his identity has failed. Thousanda
The police laboratory learned a of persons have viewed the body-v
i i a (. i ml : t : -a. u I. . 1 i :
kin auuui me nuj. invc-"- ai uic niuiguc uuv ,nuiie Knew
gations showed he apparently him. ,
came from a good home 'because The question still remains!
he had been well cared for. He1. "Whose boy is this?" ;: .-.
Roller Skating Club
The Roller Skating club meet at
the Rollerrome at 7 p.m. After
the meeting there will be free skat
ing for all members.
Soocial Meeting For
lfhmian Star Log No. 13
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TES PAWAMA AMERICA!! r AK INDETENDENT I DAILT NEWSF APKB
iSociai and Otlt
Geld Coast Orchid Society
I -Hold. Exhibit'
f The Gold Coast Orchid societies
1 5th Annual Exhibit which was held
nt the Elks Club. Marsarita. on
Sat. and Sunday was acclaimed by
the general public as me most at
tractive and colorful exhibit ever
Loni before the opening hour,
i flish bulbs of camera enthusiasts
; were in evidence and while it was
a problem for any one to select the
most beautiful orchid among the
247 On display,' the white Phaleno Phaleno-pisis
pisis Phaleno-pisis or Moth Orchid was among
the most prominent, also the beau beautiful
tiful beautiful 'Vanda Nelly Morley with a'l
'its beauty was considered among
the prize winners. ;
Mr. Georee Martin Chairman
f and his entire Committee were at
hand at au times m conauci me
'many visitors and answear the
many questions asked concerning
the various native orchids of which
152 were on display.
Mr. R.T. Ray, and Mrs. Peggy
Smith exhibited Vanda Nelly Mor-
jey Mr. A. J. jjenion exuiuneu wis
Vanda Sauvis. jar. reis ana an. o.
, .T' Yiimet exhibited Vanda Tri-Cobr.
Vp t- t. Schubere exhibites his
Vanda Janet Tarawa Mr. Walter
Wilkinson exhibited Vanda Roths-
ohiiHiiMta Rentndana-Jack Warne.
Carol Hirano and the beautiful
Vanantrmr Cocinea Vanda, Mrs.
irth.i Trl exhibited Vanda1 Bur
giffi. Mrs. Dorothy exhibited Vanda
Gibrolet and Ellen Noa. Mr. and
Mrs. Eugene Hamlin exhi b 1 1 e d
Vanda Chimey walker, vanaa tier tier-ana.
ana. tier-ana. Vand Honoli and Vanda
' Among the Cataleya Blooms on
exhibit were JL C Aitessee. with 4
blooms by Mrs. Ethel 'eis attri
buted themost ebauuful Xataleya
on exhibit.Mjr. Harold E. Small Jr.,
... A -t r r
witn cav inannea, nor. uuesi
with Cat Xabiata..; A J Ben Benton
ton Benton with Cat. Havershack. Mr. W.
A. Wilkinson with Hat u u. neiia
and BLC Isabel, Miss Florence
brooke displayed, two large clusters
of Catalejfa Skinnerie trom uma
Native tttcMds of Panama were
as follows: Sobralia Decora Batem,
Enidendroidea PrincipuSa. Bcatso
Vola Noddoss Calanthe. Dichiei,
ElleanthuS. Lockhartia rittien. Ma
xalarrei AUenii, Oncidiuma on dis-
piay were' ampuiuum, ruweme,
Ansuerum .waDagrea, &rameriau
num. Panamense. ParvifLo r u m
StiDitatun.. Teres. Pusillum and
(Mr. H. JP. Batcher, an avid col
lector made a special trip to the
Volcan Area for the almost extinct
with more than 300 blossoms in
full bloom for the exhibit. Other
Native Orchids were Brassia Cau
data, Brassia Longissima. Chondro-
rnyncna juarginaia, xpiaenarum
Atropurpureum. Hexisea Bidentata
and irrota JNeamora.
The cut flower arrangement by
Miss Florence Edbrooke were four
different dining room tables with
white nylon table cloth, among the
most attractive was black candle
bases with long white tapers, black
painted colea leaves with white
Phalenopisis Orchids, another
table with gilded leaves with Cata Cata-leya
leya Cata-leya Hybrid Orchids and others.
Mr. Leslie w. croft donated the
cut flowers for this display. Mrs.
Billy Guest displayed mmiature or
chids arranged-a display on large
mahogany tray with coral stone as
a background for various orchids,
Mrs. E. A. Cox displayed another
arrangement of bambod mat back background
ground background with artificial lake suround suround-ed
ed suround-ed with small native; orchids.
; The members of the Society
wish to extend hearty thanks for
the many compliments received
from the public which attended the
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RED CROSS GRADUATES Graduates of the American Red Cross, Home Nursing Course re.
cently completed at Albrook AFB are shown wl h their completion certificates. Left to right:
Marjorie Llndlay, Eva Bedsaul, Polly Martin, Geraldine -Stauffer, Instructor; Mary Trent,
Margaret Edwards and Jeanne Cromwell. The certificates were presented at the Albrook Dis Dispensary
pensary Dispensary by Mrs.v Devore, Chairman of Nursing Services of the Canal Zone Red Cross Chapter.
(Official USAF Photo)
(Continued on Page
MDnCO CnT. March-1
TOP) Cuauhtemoc, the las of
the Axtec-emperora, may not
have died at the hands of the
Spanlsb. conqulstadores but may
have ended hla days as Fran Fran-cljcan
cljcan Fran-cljcan frtar.
This theory la belnf uut ror-
warcv ty a Mexican nisionan
wno says hU father saw prooi"
Guauhtemoe lived for SO years
alter the conouesc ana aiea
peacefully as brother Jose Da La
Tnniaaa As a monastery in
wnur ana uuwruui,. wiu u
rather tola htm a was snown
"family papers by a direct de
acendant of the Indian ruler.
- Aragon says lie does not know
where these papers are but Is
aur tnev wouia esiaousn tnat
Cuauhtemoc was pardoned by
tna Bpanun conquerors. Ara-
fon's father Is dead.
To support his contention, Ar
iron says a number of church
acholars attribute the conver
sion of many Indian noblemen
to Catholicism to the Influence
of the emperor, after he volun
tarily wiuicrew from hla royal
palaces to Join the Franciscans.
Most Historians, however, a-
tre Cuauhtemoc was tortured
to death on Feb. 38, 1534, by the
Spanish, cither to make hi m re
eal the hldlnf plac of repcrt-
a treasurer or goia or iaciii iaciii-at
at iaciii-at domination of the Indiana.
The Panama liner Cristobal
which sailed from -Cristobal to
Newark yesterday had 88 pas
sengers booked for New York
ana lour passengers, for Fort Fort-auPrlnce.
auPrlnce. Fort-auPrlnce. Haiti. ,fJ
Those disembarking in Halt!
are joiana uecatrel, Mr." and
Mrs. Theodore Starr and Mrs.
The complete advance nassen
ger list for New York follows:
Mrs. joseptiine Aneelo:' Mrs
Rosa Balfe and son; Mr, and
Mrs. Kicnara Bennett; Mr, and
Mrs. james cnamberiam; Mr.
and Mrs. Frank E. Ciancimino?
Mlsa R. A. filarlr Woltpr rlarlr
Mrs.. Martha Clayton; Mr. and
Mrs. Howard Cowing; Mr, and
Mrs. reier crotty;, Dr and Mrs,
William Cullenj George H. Cur Curtis;
tis; Curtis; j
MTj. and Mrs. Will am nantel;
Mr and Mrs. Charles W. Delnin-
ger; Mrs. Grace Dor f man And 2
cnuaren: Mrs. Edward- Flaacke:
Mr .and Mrs. Elmer F. Forbes;
jr.- mx. ana Mrs. jonn fortune:
Miss Carolina Gandalfo; Miss
Mary Garrett; Mr. and Mrs.
Meyer Gerson; Miss Jessie M.
Giii;- Mr .ana Mrt. Lee Graves:
Mrs. George C. GroWck: Mr.
and Mrs. c. J. Groos: Mr. and
Mrs. otto Grun;
Miss Evelyn Hartley: Mr. and
Mrs. William. C. Hohmani. Mr.
and Mrs. Robert Hussevr Mr.
and Mrs. Robert J. Hutchison;
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Isaacs;
and Geong O. Jenkins.
Mr. and Mrs. Martin KeHey:
Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Kendall;
mt. ana Mrs. sawara K. Kenne Kennedy;
dy; Kennedy; Mr. and Mr. George L. Lar Lar-ned;
ned; Lar-ned; Mr. and Mrs., Jacob Loef-
fier and son; Mr. and Mrs. John
McKeen; Miss Victoria Mallul;
mt, ana- Mrs. james Martm;
Mr. and Mrs. Albert J. Mathon:
Miss Dora Maturo; Dr. and Mrs.
A. M. Meloro; Mr. and Mrs. Mel Mel-Tin
Tin Mel-Tin F. Millard; Mrs. Richard
, Mr. and Mrs. Alfred os os-born;Mr.
born;Mr. os-born;Mr. and Mrs. Herbert E.
Rothwell; Mr. and Mrs. William
R. Schultz: Mr. and Mrs. : E.
Splcer; Mr .and Mrs. Ted Slutz-
man Mr. ana Mrs. E. A. Twitch Twitch-ellf
ellf Twitch-ellf Mr. and Mrs. R, p. VauRhan;
Mr. and Mrs. Walter J. Wilkin Wilkinson;
son; Wilkinson; Mr. and Mrs. Robert Wil Williams;
liams; Williams; and Mr and Mrs. Austin
Al Latest Snub
From White House
WASHINGTON, March 7 (UP)-
Sen. Joseph R. McCarthy (R-Wis)
said today he is "rather amused"
but neither surprised nor disap
pointed, at his latest snub from
the White House.
McCarthy, who had denounced
President Eisenhower on occa
sions, was the only member of
the House and Senate not invited
to a jrala full-dress party given
by the President and Mrs. Eisen
hower last nieht.
McCarthy told a newsman ..that'
former President Truman- always
invited him to White House con congressional
gressional congressional receptions even when
he was assailing the Truman ad
ministration. He said he always
attended "as a courtesy."
But he: made it clear that he
not upset by the deliberate
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omission o his name trora tne
suest list last night.
"l was ratner amused," be saia,
"to find them excluding a senator
who has fought communism and
proposing to invite to this coun
try Marshal Tito (of Yueoslavia)
who is one of the top Communists
McCarthy said his wife' was
dropped from the White House
social list months ago.
"Apparently it was guilt by as
sociation." he? added.
He said he went to on White
House reception in the early years
of the Eisenhower administration
and attended one -White House
breakfast with -ether chairmen of
Senate committees when the GOP
McCarthy was not invited to the
last White House congressional re reception
ception reception in 1955 the year after the
sensational Army-McCarthy near
ings when his relations with the
administration were particularly
Dulles Warns Reds
US, Pacific Powers
Will Fight Affack
WASHINGTON, March 7 (UP)-
Secretory of : State John Foster
Dulles warned the Communist
world today the United Stater and
seven. : other Pacific powers will
fight for their independence
against any attack. ; r
The much traveled secretary
sounded the warning as he left
on a 9,000-mile flight to Canberra.
Australia, for -a meeting' of the
Foreign ministers of the Southeast
Asia Treaty Organization (SEATO
The orsanization was set'uo to
combat Red Infiltration or aggres
Dulles Issued a statement in
which be said SEATO has become
firmly established and has made
"a positive contribution to peace
and stability in Asia" during Its
2V4 years of existence..
"It 'tbrlngs security in the face
of Communist threats,", he add
ed, r t :
"These pacts are necessarr to
make-clear to aggressive nations
the united and determined win of
the member -nations to preserev
their independence, ana security
against any assaults." - -Dulles
said the eicht nation
SEATO pact wiU be "further de
veloped" at the, meeting. The- or
ganisation warned In a report
ereatest threat is from Red sub
version ratner man ; military in
Pact members In addition to the
United States are Britain. Austra
lia. France, New Zealand, Pakis
tan, the Philippines andThailacd.
Dulles iinaea me pact wito ue
Australian ew Zealand Unitd
States (ANZUS) treaty. He said
they reinforce each other and
have played an important part in
bringing "comparative peace and
security" to souttieast Asia.
Dunes said he must return to
Washington immediately after the
March 11-13 -Canberra meeting to
set ready to go to Bermudi for
the March 21-24 conference be
tween President Eisenhower and
British Prune Minister j Harold
$175,000 Price Tag
Placed On Chunk
Of Blarney Stone
TOKYO (UPV- A San'Francls
co businessman nut a $175,000
price tag on Irish eloquence t
James Cummins announced
heTe he would insure a two pound
chunk of the Blarney Stone re reported
ported reported to give the gift of Gaelic
fluency to all who kiss It for
Cummins is having the frag fragment
ment fragment sent by air from San. Fran Francisco
cisco Francisco for a Saint Patrick's Day
affajr March 17 at the : Foreign
Correspondents Club of Japan.
The visiting trucking executive,
who said he acquired the bit of
granite in 1948 from an Irish
cousin, was assured that the relic
will be well protected.
The correspondents club called
for an "all Irish" volunteer guard
and Manager John, Joseph Patrick
McSweeney of the Tokyo branch
of Chase Manhattan Bank prom promised
ised promised vault space when the stone
isn't on display.
Home Builders Urae
Congress To Spend
More For Housing
WASHINGTON, March T (UP)--President
George S. Goodyear-of
the National Association of Home
Builders urged Congress today to
spend two billion dollars to revive
the faltering housing market.; we-
Robert Thame, a spokesman
for the Mortgage Bankers Associa Association,
tion, Association, recommended Congress re
ject au proposals tor pumping iea iea-eral
eral iea-eral funds into bousing.
Both testified before a House
Banking subcommittee which 'is
considering Housing legislation.
Goodyer, a Charlotte, N.C., build
er. testified builders are convinced
that "strong measures, are abso
Under his proposal federal funds
would be used to buy up VA-guar-anteed
and FHA-insured morU
gages in areas where the tight
money situation Has made mort mortgage
gage mortgage credit scarce. The proposed
twe billion -' dollar outlay would
throw the federal budget out of
Goodyear suceested Consress
immediately lower down payment
requirements -on FHA -insured
houses instead o f granting the
Federal Housing Authority's re
quest for standby authority to do
He said that .under present con
ditions the nation's builders ex
pect to build only 850,000 to 900,
000 new houses tfiii year com
pared with 1.1 million last year,
Tharpe suggested that Congress
simply remove all controls over
interest rates on FHA and VA
loans. He -said this would encour
age the flow of private investment
money Into nousi.
Exist In Sojuthside
Chicago, Berry Says
. a ,, !" f ,f-.
EVANSTON, ni. (UP)-Edwin
C. Berry, director of the Chic a eo
Urban League, has charged that
23 schools on the south' side of
Chicago are as "segregated as
those in Talmadge-land."
'However, Berry blamed the
segregation in that area mainlv
on ;iiving namis.
He said the schools are located
m a section of the city where
many Negroes were forced to live
because they had no freedom of
choice in finding a home.
Berry told a human relations
eminar at Northwestern Univer University
sity University he has heard teachers sav
they Jean over backward to be
nice to these- Negro kids." But
what they don't realize is that
tailing oaexwara is as Dad a
falling on one's face," Berry said.
"Many people of good heart and
no head discriminate by- trying -to
oo extra wings tor members of a
minority group," he continued.
"A serious form of discrimina.
tion is speaking of 'a fine Negro
teacher' or a doctor or lawyer
instead or a fine teacher, a fine
doctor, a fine lawyer."
Berry said television also ix
responsible for promoting some
forms of discrimination. He said
tests of 3-year-old children show
the Negro youngsters select white
persons as their, choice of ; play
companions, largely because of
watching TV. k
"On. television; the people who
haves good time and are the per
oes are wnite. me inaians are
savages, the naii-breeds are rats,
the Negroes do the drudgery." he
Pius XII Smudges
To Start Off Lent
VATICAN CITY. March T CUT)
Pop. Fiius -All kneeled in tne
privacy of nis chapel yesterday and
symbolically smudged his fore
head with ashes while reading the
Holy Scripture, Thou are dust
and Into dust thou shalt return.
The annual Ash Wednesday rite
by the white-robed, 81-year old
Pontiff formally opened the 40-day
period of Lent which will nd on
Later, be conducted his usual
a.m. mass la the email red-draped
to Catholie school children la the
United States to "break all rec
ords' In this. year's fund-raising
drive for needy people through the
The Ash Wednesday ceremony.
repeated by tens of thousands of
priests for the world's 430 million
Catholics, marked the beginning
of 40 days of fasting, prayer and
penitence in preparation for the
Holy "Week commemorating "the
passion and resurrection of ennst.
in nis oroaocast iq lawouc
school children in the United
States the Pope told how St. Pet Peter,
er, Peter, askd to tell all he remem remembered
bered remembered about Christ, summed op
his memories in the words "He
went about doing good."
."No one will expect you -to do
the wonderful end miraculous
things your divine Lord did." the
Pope told the children, "but we!
do expect, your parents expect,1
your teacher, expect, that you
will go about In your own little
world at home, at school, in the
playing field, will to about doing
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A meeting of the -Rainbow City
Civic Council board of directors
scheduled for : tomorrow evening
has beei) postponed until Saturday
afternoon at 2 o'clock in the study
hall of the town's, high school.
Newcomers Will -Meet
March 14. '.
Newcomers will meet March 14
at 1:30 p.m. in the home of Mrs.
N. R. Fuller, House 8226, Marga Margarita
rita Margarita with Mrs. W. E. Garner assist-
mg as hostess.
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All mpmhorc r urtfpd tn at..
tend Thpra will ha an nlAptinn nf
officers and vote will be taken as
to the changing of he meeting
The Pan-American Festival Chor
us will, meet for a rehearsal this
evening at 7:30 in the auditorium
of the U.S.O.-J.W:B., La Boca Rd.,
Balboa, work will continue on mu
sic for the March concert. Mem
Dersnip in this organization is
open to all residents of the Canal
Zone, the Republic of Panama end
members of the Armed Forces
and their adult dependents who
are interested in choral singmg.
Crashing Bores Display
Incredibly Narrow Vision
The Alumn! Association o St.
Joseph's Church, Colon, will pre present
sent present an "Easter Cantata" on Eas Easter
ter Easter Sunday at the Father Burns
The cantata, which Will beein at
3 p.m.. will feature the church
junior choir, with admission pric prices
es prices at 35 cents for adults and 151
cents for children.
SHE is a comDlete and utter
Dore. bhe has managed to become
one the easy way by never talk talking
ing talking about anything except herself,
ner nusDana ana ner cnuaren.
Whether she is with one other
person or in a crowd, she sticks to
her three topics of conversation.
She can give out with more un unimportant
important unimportant facts about herself in a
few minutes than most women re reveal
veal reveal in a dozen conversations.
If Someone else does manage to
take over the conversation and
changes the subject, she waits for a
change to break in. Whatever is
being told, it invariably reminds
her of something that happened
to her, to her husband or to one of
SHE is a nice woman. She has an
intelligent husband. She has four
fine children. But she makes the
unpardonable mistake of thinking
that every detail of their lives is as
important to others as it is to her.
A woman doesn't need to be become
come become a bore simply because she
hasn't time for many outside aetif
vitles and spends most of her time)
being a housewife and mother. i
She can read. She can open her
eyes to the world about Iter. She
being a housewife and mother.
She can cultivate an interest in oth others
ers others that makes her willing to listen
as much as talk.
So there is really no excuse for
any woman, however "tied down
she may be, to turn Into a bore be because
cause because she has only three topics of
conversation. ...... v
Just adding a fourth topic the
person she is talking to pr his in
terests will keep a woman from
being a bore. . .. i
Have you seen the
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Approved by more doctors lined by more mothers
and children than any other brand. Each tablet
is 1 grains, the preferred standard of accurate
mmS 0ran" red.
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b. JUbtPH Aspirin tor cnuaren
TEDDY SNOW CROP says,
that's because I keep the DeliciousT
Vitamm-Rkh Meat' of the Whole Orange V
v i t X'i'A.y ? y" rt hi.. III I ri
How do you get the "whole orange,'
orange Juice? How do you get all the
vitamins and minerals, the delicious
ness that Nature put into this beau beautiful
tiful beautiful orange? The rich wholesome
"mat" that holda the 1uln? Thit'a
s eaiyl When you shop, just say
"v "Snow Crop."
Ok tunce glau of SNOW CROP Orongt
Juict li at good for your health at drink"
ng tht juice of 4 tvhole orangett
And SNOW CROP, unlike thin watery
jmcee, keeps in the rich, healthful,
"meat." Take the advice of Teddy -Snow
Crop when you shop:
Just say "Snow Crop" and yea get
orange juice like thie-with all these
golden flecks of rich, delicious, rite-min-packed
orange "meat." You aaa
see with your own eyes how differ,
nt it is than thia watery Juices! Yea
ea see, too, why "meet-rich" tsew
Crop is good for the whole famibl
, Etclurive Distrlbaton
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THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY' NEWSPAPER
THURSDAY, MARCH 7, 1957
Sociat and Otherwise
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Trip Te Tabese
Wen y Mis Martjnes
Misi Veils Martinez was the rec
inirnit of tickets for two to Tabo
Margarita Clubhouse with the fol
lowing winners: first, Mr. Fred
Schwartz with Mr. E. W. Mills
paugh; second, Mrs. Hayden Jones
mm Inland which was the door
with Mrs. Julius Loeb; third, Mrs
Sri to at th Carnival danca MOD
Maynard with C, E, Sullinger;
Sav wnlni at the Stransers Club
fourth, Mrs. S. Guest with Mr. Ju Ju-liur
liur Ju-liur eb and fith, Mrs. Colongue
sponsored Jointly by the Inter-American
Women's Club and the A-
wrx Si tri. Voggans.
lumnaa Association of st. Mary t
The Howell Movement was play-
ad at the reeuiar weeiuy ona;
games on Monday evening at the
To Hold Home
A home mission service will be
held tonight at The Pentecostal
Faith Church of God, located on
2Cth St. ChorrUlo.
The theme for meditation is
Representatives from other church churched
ed churched will participate in the service,
Which Is in aid of the building
Samuel H. Coxe,
Dies In Penna.
News has been received on the
Isthmus of the death of Samuel H.
Coxe, former employe of the Ca
nal organization. His death occurr
ed Feb. 16 In Upper Darby. Pa..
He was 60 years old.
Mr. Coxe was borrn in Galena,
Md.. and was a veteran of the
first World War. He was employ
ed with toe former Building Divi Division
sion Division from 1939 to 1942 as a car-
center foreman. He resigned his
position with the Canal in 1942.
He is survived by his wife, Mrs.
Mary C. Coxe.
New CUTICURA TAlCUr.l
Acts like Magic
Ifa the softest, finest, moat delightfully
fragrant talcum you can buy. At the same
time) it is lastingly deodorant and antisep antiseptic.
tic. antiseptic. Yes, magical C-8 (Hexachlorophene)
in new Cuticura Talcum keeps the skin
fresh and sweet, relieves sunburn, prevents
and relieves heat rashes and ether skin
Irritations. Wonderful for baby and every.
ji oca. Buy Outfcura Talcum today,
POLICEMAN'S BALL CANDIDATES Civil Affairs Director, H. L. Donovan, looks very happy in Juicing the candidates:
Carol yporfcmeyer, Beck Abell, Camilla Ellis, Blllie Sue Spencer, and Shirley Ann Meyer, one of thtse lovely young ladies will
preside as Queen of the 18th Annual Ball, sponsored, by the Pacific Branch of the Canal Zone Police1 Association, which will
be held tomorrow night at the Union Club. Tickets are still available, from, the candidates or any Canal Zone Policeman.
voi.es ior wueen win pe counted tonight by the judges.
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MISS GRACE LOMBANA, Balboa High School Carnival queen, center, together with Miss Idna Gerhart, left, and Miss Donna
Jenkins, right, greet their admirers from the front of the float which represented the Canal Zone Community in the parade
of floats climaxing the four-day Panama Carnival Celebration Tuesday. In the background is a replica of a Canal locks con.,
trol tower, a' Panama merchant ship and samples of some -of the $3,000,000 'worth of dairy, agricultural and Industrlarprod.
wets which are purchased by the Panama Canal Company In Panama each year. ;T
Former PC Pilot
Edward C. Jones
Dies In Florida
' Edward C. Jones, r Panama C C-Bal
Bal C-Bal pilot for almost a Quarter of a
1 century and a former well-known
: resident of the Atlantic side; died
Bunoay mgu u wiearwater, xia.,
according to information received
mursaay or pienas pert, at was
74 years eld. - ' '''.'".;.;
A native of New York City, eap eap-tain
tain eap-tain Jones served during World
War I as commander of the 6S
Camden, anil later was an active
member of the United States Na
He came to the Canal Zone in
April 1930, and began his pilot's
training after three months as a
senior master in the Marine Divi Division.
sion. Division. He served as a pilot until
his retirement In December 1942.
For the past two years captain
and Mrs. Jones have been hying
in Clearwater. In addition to his
wife he is survived by a daughter,
Mrs. Jane Msrgaret Baum, and
two grandchildren, also of Clearwater.
Police To Question NY Relatives
Of Pair Who Disappeared In Mexico
rACAPULCO. Mexico, March 7
WP) police hoped relatives ) of
two missing New Yorkers could
give them a clu today t their
strange disappearance and prob probable
able probable deaths two weeks agg. Po Police
lice Police listed both as dead.
They nlanned to ouestlon. Mr.
and Mrs. Walter Hoffman,' ot
Brooklyn who were en .route
here today from Mexico City.
Mrs. Hoffman is a sister of
Mrs. Edith HaUeck, 42,
wealthy Brooklyn widow who
has been missing since Feb. go
with a. Park Avenue attorney,
Joseph Michel, S9, whose home
also is in Brooklyn,
Pallet last nia-ht officially
listed the two as dead after an
extensive search oi uny coasuu
ports and mountain villages
failed to turn up a trace of
They said they would continue
the search, "only now we are
looking; for bodies."
The Hoffmans arrived at
tomp1jeir$lCregm5otA$poragu $oup is delightful
dilK-tQiserye zt during lent. Into its preparation go
ifctehicwtiyoung asparagus ($$jh golden creomtry butter
.' fisndjdelicateUeasoning. Other Campbell's Soups"
KotBofffr'sotlsfing i irpj nourishment during tenraren
CLAM CHOWDIt GRIIN flk I
CREAM OF CELERY TOMATO ill
VfGETARlAN VISITAILI BLACK IIAN UtJfiW''
cream of ASPARAGUS SOUP J-i.
to gay, hospitable
only $ T rounJ trip
ALL DAYLIGHT FL10HTS
SUPER CONVAIR 340
LACS A panoramic routes include: .
MIAMI HAVANA GRAND CAYMAN
COSTA RICA PANAMA MEXICO
PUERTO RICO EL SALVADOR
Consult your Travel Agent
er call our Office Tel MOll
PASSENGER At CAROO ER.VICZ
' LtXIAf AtREAS COSTARRICENIES, kV A. ;
- PAA Affiliate ' ,1s :.
Jaste Aresesseaa betweea SIsTaad S2ai Streete
Mexico City last night and were
men at we airport by lormer
U.S., Ambassador William O' O'-Dwyer
Dwyer O'-Dwyer who whisked, them' :to a
downtown hotel m r i i
O'Dwyer. friend of Miche
said.Mrs.' Hoffman, was "very
upset and unable to comment on
her sister's disappearance. She
will tell all she knows to the po
lice." '. :
1 The possibility that the con
pie might have left 4 uletly for"
anouen eoantry was ruled out
yesterday when police disclose
their tourist cards werrsn the
Infgage they left in their he
.tel rooms. .-J
The Mexican PBI. ordered
more Agents from Mexico City
to help comb the mountains and
ravines ringing this famous re
Children To Meet
For Day Of Prayer
Children of elementary school af
es from a number of churches will
unite for a World Day of Prayer
program tomorrow afternoon.
p.m.' wheea there will be games
and refreshments enjoyed by oth oth-er
er oth-er children in a number of places
around the world. At 4:15 a color
ed film strip; "Sunday Around the
wona," wm be shown.
Tms will be followed bv a serv
lee of worship which will else be
used by children around the world
as they observe World Pay of
Prayer. This service will be led
by children from Alhrook Air
Feree Chapel the Balboa .Union
Church, aad St' Luke's Cathedral.
There will be a processional and
recessional bv a robed children's
cnoir. An offering will be received
for the purchase of the religious
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piciurvs 10 ce, uvea Ui piaiioq
The service has been arranged
so cnuaren unable to. be present
at 1:80 mar come at 4 or 4:15
and take part' in the remain dor of
use program wmcn will be wm by
4 o'clock. The program will be
held In the Balboa Union Church.
Youth and Education Building on
San Pablo street, across from the
aide entrance of the church.'
. The eovmittee in charge of 'the
program consists of Miss.Thelma
TschaBold, Mrs. Mainert Peterson,
ana uiapiaui aicnarq renarana.
Assisting will be Mrs. J, V. Car
ter, and Mrs. W, H, Tpwnsend.
CARLOS F. EIAMCO. Of Panama Cltv.' above left. .nu Avar.
ed first prize of $23 in the essay contest held recently In the
9th and 10th grades of Cristobal and Balboa High Schools in
honor of Engineers' Week. David L. Browne, of Balboa, right
was the winner, of the. second prus. Carloa Is the son of
Professor Kiamco, professor of Structural Engineering at the :
University of Panama. .-David is the, son of C. J. Browne, Browne,-superintendent
superintendent Browne,-superintendent of the Balboa- fiald office of the Maintenance
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A2C JOHN R. ALLSEBROOEE is presented a diploma for
completing the Motor Vehicle Maintenance Coure from the
USAP Extension Course Institute. MaJ. George M. Jackson,'
commander of. the 6700th Support Squadronraakes the
- presentation. '(Official USAP Photo)
JC W. COLS, Communications. Technician Third Class, 4JSH,
operates ft cyophoWacsimlle machine" at'toe: Natal Cora
munleatiow. Station, Headntartere, Teenth-Navarttriet
These machines will be shown In actual operation by person-
nel of the Naval Commcatlons Station, during Armed Forces -Day,
which will be held at Albrook Air Force Base',' Mareh IS.
Navy's Radiophoto Machines To Be
On Show For Armed Forces Day
One of the most interesting I actions of the Iwo Jlma cam
exhibits of the scores of displays paign. c -
to be presented at the Armed This covers tte famed pie-
rorces Day Xpn House" -. at tures usen ounng lanamgs on
the Albrook Air Force, Base the island and the flag raising
March 18, will feature radlopho- on Mount SuribachL
o facsimile machines to be Today, radiophoto Has branch
shown in actual operation by ed out to become an Important
personnel from the Naval Cora- segment to the Armed Forces
municatlons BUtion, Balboa. : Tower for peace." t
The Navy "Comra center" as one ot lis primary missions u
It is popularly called, la th on. the transmission of weather
ly service erganlxatlon In the maps affordln compilation and
Canal Zone that operates and dissemination of data so e"en e"en-maintaina
maintaina e"en-maintaina a radiophoto outfit Ual trrroreeasttna; weather.
However, its lacmuea are a- ine nnporwnce or xmri
vailable for use by. the ether weather predictions to military
services ana. at a specified operations ipeiKs ror jw w
eham. ta newspapers and eress show the value of rsdiophoto
associations of tne Itepuouo ei eouipmeni. Ana mi w joa
Panama. 1 ion ci its many uses.
FSaiOPaOlO is ine Wiesns rJI ifie raoiewnoto am 01 vnw
which phototrsphs. mapi. writ- Communlcauo pUUon, Bai-
ten material (lncmain? sitTia. boa,.coe inta MUH-uve years
lures) and other tvws of dom-'ari . 1
ments are twnsmltted in tnetr It meiuaes wantmimnj ana
eriirtnaj form from a e!vrr a-Trecelvlne;, macrirM. ana mine
tlon to an wInt ra Tw wort. mm!1e of reiflophoto work, a
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IS SHE UNDER CONTRACT? Lovely Vickie Hayes
at tha Parrot Jungle in Miami, Fla., is not making; t : DOUBLE TROUBLE UNDERSEAS These twin iubmarines the Merlin, the Seventh and eighth attack lubmariries holds a winning hand after being crowned "Queen
a meal out of one of hit charges. The parrot is sinv in a shipyard at Croton, Conn,, are heading for eventual built for the Peruvian undersea fleet at this shipyard. of Hearts" by the American Contract league in its
-ply retrieving peanut from mouth-of trainer, r k : V duty with the Peruvian navy. They are the Aim and The formal launching is next on the docket for them. 27th annual tournament licld in New York City.
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PRESIDENTS ARE OEMS Harry JCazanjian (left) and
afiiHtw his brother, James, displays busts of Presidents wasn-
,' CUDDLY (BEAR) TWOSOME Holding twin Teddy bears are. Leila and Valeria Ington, Eisenhower and Lincoln, carved from the
Wolsten-Croft 18-year-old twins making a solid reputation u a song-and-dance world's t largest sapphires. Armenian brothers, Los
team in London and Paris night clubs. Their mother, Mrs. Reginald Wolsten- Angeles gem importers, will give some one million
, Croft, accompanies them on all their engagements to fend off the "wolves." dollars In precious stones to their adopted country.
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HOSTESSES WITH THE MOSTEST These 14 lovely hostesses were chosen to rep
resent different international air lines as the International Travelrama got under
way in the New York Coliseum. Might say that these girls give one a yen to fly.
TyAtrnr CONTEST with a difference no bathing in their native dress, never in bathing suits. The queen,
suitswas held recently in South America and a who beat out candidates from 15 South American coun-
pretty Panamanian senorita, Analida Alfaro, emerged tries, is scheduled to meet President Eisenhower some-
the winner with a rather flattering title, "Coffee Queen time in April. More than 100,000 persons came to Mani-
of South America." The elections took place at the third 'tales, some 10,000 feel high in the Andes, to celebrate
annual at, iviiuuaics, ui us ucaik vi viviuvia nw event rvin jiaiauv., awwt t'"! iBsu, m
famed coffee industry. Candidates were presented only cycle races and even a big-time skiing championship. Ii
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THURSDAY, MARCH 7, 1907
Beculation Rife Ruben GoMe -I
TU PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEW8PAPW
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Giants Fed Up' With Puerto Ricans
Annual 'Hide And Seek' Spring Game
By FREp DOWN
NEW YORK? March 7 (UP) Ruben Gomez'
failure to report to the New York Giants' training
base renewed speculation today that he may be dealt
off 'to the Cincinnati Redlegs.
' The Giants made it plain yes yes-:
: yes-: tef day that they are fed up with
i the Senor's annual spring game
of "hide and seek" when club
!- president Horace Ston e h a m
threatened a sliding scale of
' lines lor every day he is absent
from' the Phoenix, Ariz., train training
ing training base, stoneham made' that
announcement after sending
Gomez a cable in San Juan, p.
it., demanding an explanation.
-.' Gomez, however, is not that
easy to contact. He proved
"not "at home" and his wife
told' the United Press he had
nbfreceived a cable, had not
heard from the Giants since
..December and would not i
budge out of Puerto Rico un un-til
til un-til he received plane tickets
' front the Giants. Giant records
show that plane reservations
have been waiting for Ruben
In P.R. for 10 days.
. The upshot of all this may
tventuauly be that RedleT Man Manager
ager Manager Birdie Tebbetts will get
his chance to try to psychoana psychoanalyze
lyze psychoanalyze Ruben into a 20-game win winner.
ner. winner. Tebbetts is certain he could
iiake a big winner out of Go Go-ez,
ez, Go-ez, who had a 7-17 record for
the Giants last season .and made
several attempts to obtain hlrn
during the winter.
The big "hitch" in the winter
negotiations was manager Bill
Rigney's reluctance to give up
on-Ruben without one more try.
He'is potentially the Giants' No.
2 pitcher, behind Johnny Anton Anton-ellt
ellt Anton-ellt and the hard-luck New
Yorkers can't afford to let him
"go "without obtaining a star in
The Giants, meanwhile, are
chortling over, the heavy clue clue-em
em clue-em of 38-year-old Hank S9uer
i their intra-sauad games.
Rtr: the team's possible No. 4
of the spring in yesterdays
game and has knocked in 'a to
tal of 11 runs-in three contests.
Rain and wet grounds hobbled
Florida training programs for
the fourth straight day but gen
eral manager Frank Lane came
up with a new center-aeia pros prospect
pect prospect in infielder Eddie Miksis.
The former Chicago Cub goe3
into competition with Chuck
Harmon, Bobby Gene Smith and
Bobby Del Greco for the position
which could make or break the
Cardinals' pennant hopes.
At Tucson, Ariz., 20-game
winners Early Wynn and Bob
Lemon turned in strong three three-inning
inning three-inning performances in their
fVst spring outings for the
Cleveland Indians. Hero or the
intra-squad game, however,
was Dick Brown, a high school
batterymate of Herb Score,
who hit a two-run seventh seventh-inning
inning seventh-inning homer off rookie Gary
Bell to give his squad a 7-6
On other fronts: Mickey mc mc-Dermott
Dermott mc-Dermott signed with the Kansas
City Athletics and predicted,
"We're going to cause a lot of
people plenty of trouble this
year." Mickev had a 3-6 record
with the New York Yankees last
season ... Sal Maglie, Ralnh
Branca and Sho Horiuchi of ja
nan starred on the mn"nd in the
Brooklyn Dodgers drill and Don
Newcompe, "sore a'm" com completely
pletely completely recovered, hurled 50 min minutes
utes minutes of batting practice yester
day. .... .
Outfielders Jim Piersan ana
Gene Stephens signed with the
Boston Red Sox... Rookie third third-haseman
haseman third-haseman Hal Bevan hit two
doubles and two sineles to dr've
in four runs in th Redlegs' in intra
tra intra -camp game. .Tieer manap-er
.Tack Tieh has switched rnrrh-
hitSer! walloped, his third homer er j. W. Porter to the outfield.
More Rivals Sough!
For Vic Seixas
In Masters Tourney
JACKSONVILLE, Fla., March
7 (UP) Officials of the Mas
ters invitational Tennis Tourna Tournament
ment Tournament hoped to round un some
more opponents today for de
fending champion Vic Seixas of
Most of the opening round had
to be postponed yesterday as
more than a half dozen star en entries
tries entries were late in arriving be because
cause because bad weather delayed the
Jamaican Invitational a full day.
These included top-seeded Her Her-bie
bie Her-bie Flam and the Australian
stars, Mervyn Rose and Don
Rains also tore up the Bolles
School courts here, forcing seix
as and Cuban star Carol Garcia
indoors for their first match yes yesterday.
terday. yesterday. Seixas won easier than
expected, 6-0, 6-3.
Playing under artificial lights
and on hardwood floors appar
ently threw the sixth-ranked
Garcia completely off his game.
He scored only four points in the
first six games and it took Seix
as only 24 minutes to win ine
In the only other match of the i
day. Don Piatt of Toronto de
feated Bob Acsell of Denver 4-6,
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H OOF B EATS
r By Conrado Sargeiuht r
FEATURE RACE WINNER "Owner Silvio Lazzarin proudly poses with his Argentine horse
Golazo after the latter had breezed home a winner in the Constitution Day Handicap at the
President Remon racetrack last Friday. The jockey is King Flores; Trainer Henry White
(with hat) saddled two other winners Takeaway and Lifeboat for a successful afternoon.
6-8 Tyra, Palmer
Named To East
&raied Forces Little Leaguer
' Wonday aftirnoon at tha Cu-
rundu Little-League pm. buu
"Rle Arm" Raichart, pitched a
no-Alt-no run game as the Cu Cu-nindu
nindu Cu-nindu Iittlt Leaguers defeated
- Fort Clayton Little Leaguers by
- anill-to-0 score.
trai in the first, a walk In the
ithEnd another walk in toe 6th.
Ht struck out eight men.
New. Fort Clayton's pitcher,
f aw up nine runs in the 1st ta tailing
iling tailing on six walks and two dou double?
ble? double? by Big Bob Smith who drove
1 in Jive runs in the first inning.
O. tiovan aisu u" uvuu.v -th
first inning driving in two
Curundu scored two more In
Jpdrv Encanto .25
Forrest Tucker in
John Hodlak in
fodoY IDEAL .20 JO
Debbie Reynolds in
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"Despaes 4 la TonBeats"
the third when Jim Barajas
walked, was sacrificed to second
by Lane. Dykes walked and stole
second; then Reichart doubled
to left center scoring both runs.
The box score:
Clayton Ab R H
Bowers 1 0 0
Howard 3 0 0
Browning 2 0 0
Ness 2 0 0
Hill 2 0 0
Gelher 2 0 0
Wagner 1 0 0
Klesling 1 0 0
Willlngham ..1 0 0
Campbell 1 0 0
Patton 1 0 ,0
NEW YORK (UP) -Charlie
Tyra of Louisville and Jim Palm
er of Dayton each 6-feet-8, are
Coach Frank McGuire's big man
selections for his east basketball
team in the annual East-West col
lege classic March 30. Previously
named to the squad were Lennie
Rosenbluth of North Carolina and
Grady Wallace of South Carolina.
Philly Pi I of High On
Pitching; Power Main
By LEO H. PETERSEN
CLEARWATER, Fla., (UP)
Manager Mayo Smith thinks the
Phillies have enough pitching to
win the pennant, but he expressed
doubt today whether they could
come up with the necessary hit
Watching the 41 players on hts
roster go through a spring tram
ing drill. Smith observed that in
addition to more power, "We need
a shortstop and a right fielder."
"We just have to get a short
stop and that presents quit a
problem," Smith' said. "You can't
get an established major league
shortstoo from the other clubs in
our leagu because there art not
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enough to go around.
"So it looks like we. will have
to pick the best kid we can find
and go along with him, for better
or tor worse.
For batting power, he explained,
it would be "more reasonable to
expect it to come from the right
"And at the moment, I don't
know whether we can come up
with that either."
But to dipel the gloom sur surrounding
rounding surrounding those two question spots,
Smith smiled when he started
talking about his pitching.
"We have as good, if not the
best pitching depth in the league,"
he declared with emphasis. "I
wouldn't trade it for any other
staff in the league.
He nointed out that h exoected
Robin Roberts, long the beuweth
er of the Philadelphia staff, to re regain
gain regain his old form, and for Curt
Simmons, the southpaw, to better
his 15-game winning record of last
"And then fhere is Harvey Had Had-dix,
dix, Had-dix, who won 12 for us," Smith
added. "He'll do better, too." t
Smith, starting his third year at
the helm of the one-time whiz
kids also expects great things
from veterans Jim Hearn, Saul
Rogovin, Jack Meyer, along with
rookies Jack Sanford and Seth
"There's one thing I know this
spring and that is that I have no
worries about my pitching, but l
may lose sleep trying to come up
with the solutions to those hitting,!
shortstop and right field prob
The track stewards had a busy
weekend during the three days
oi racing tnat started last Frl
day on Constitution Day and
ended on Sunday with the Car
nival Classic as a fitting climax
The track officials penalized
10 norses, tour lockeys ana three
Rabiblanco, which was struck
In the eye by, a i pebble, was
placed under the track's vet veterinarians'
erinarians' veterinarians' orders. Tony is an another,
other, another, which will not be able
to race until the vets consider
him fit. He suffered injuries
of the forelegs during his race.
; Arranquin and Mcrrv Mason
got 21 days suspension for pull
"K M (Httme, caiiyun, xoai UOJ
lins, Voleanico, American Maid,
Kiosco and C'hoya were set down
lor is days lor various leg all
Tiny Brook and Love'? Girdle
also got 15 davs enforce vaca
tinn for bleeding from the nose
alter their races. A
Three foikevs were sinnended
and or Xinod. G'lberto Vasrez
drew tb most severs Denalty.
H pot 16 meetsr eight for twice
crossihsr Cara de Sano with Win Win-saba
saba Win-saba on Friday and ei"ht more
for not allowing Hincaptfi to ex extend
tend extend himself in Sunday's last
Hector Rui". was put nn the
Ridp'inesffor pio-ht mpts .for
fonlipw Mv -jrriend and (ireo
with Merry Mason in Friday's
sixth race. . "-
Bias Agntrre was Suspeni'cil
for four meets for IsnorJn
s'l-nm yrememere' artclp "0
of b Ritr'n Rer"''on3. We
pulled un Hurling Park before
reaching the finish line : M
Saturday's ninth race. -11
Ruben "Caliche" Vasquez,' thei
hottest rider at the moment,
was fined $10 (ten dollars)' for
disrespecting the stewards dur during
ing during v an investigation of Satur Saturday's
day's Saturday's homestretch 'zigzagging
by winner MichiriDa and run run-nerup
nerup run-nerup Celestial Fire. r yasquea
rode Mlchiripa 3 while ; ,Aguirre
had the leg up on the loser; The
stewards ruled the course chang changing
ing changing accidental. 1
- The following horses got eight
meets off each for poor "per "per-foonances
foonances "per-foonances Ezcasay, Morenote,
Enreida and Don Manuel
Tra'ner Remaldo Diaz, drew a
$5. (five dollar) fine for not us using'
ing' using' the correct colors on Empire
Honel. Felipe Perdomo ; got a
similar'penaltv for not saddljn?
Oro Purito oronerly and Juan
Leaon was also fined $5 for
sending J'erry Slipper to the
Daddnek late. .
raring ml'li ed'na p?d
Fffx J?.eM ww the on win winners
ners winners in G"'tn "5
contest. Thev snlH th $20 first
prize none' with fur wn- t
pers of the nix race listed for
the contest lost Saturday. t
A total of 17 cannons won Mi
cenH ech from the $ti seo" ;
nrie. '-M's Td M. d (lrmz't
hd f"r. Prudoncio ".'n'llo
rez had, two. M9H"ninro Oi' Oi'-rra
rra Oi'-rra two and the followino- per-' ;
.ons one ef"hr Aroulmedes Al Al-faro.
faro. Al-faro. pedro P. Gonzalez, pvorrto
MaciM. rs.- Iona L. 6 white.
Rafel Oertf). junn A. Gonwora;
Mario chi'ero. vpinnn carrl-
llo and Alcldes Fernandez.
Bring Memories Of The Past
By OSCAR FRALEY
Vv-Li-u:-: .17.:: : ...
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HORSEHIDE TO HORSES Charley Keller, former Yank Yankees'
ees' Yankees' outfielderstands with two, of the standardbred horses
he raises at his Frederick, Md.. "Yankee Land Farm." The
horses.' earmarked for trotting races, are "Yankee Meda."
'Jeft, andJYankee SUr."
you can believe is that almosf
t anybody has a chance in this
ABC; bowling merry-go-round. k
As example, Pat Romano a 18-year-old
Toledo, Ohio, schoolboy, -in
his first, attempt rolled 70
good for eighth place in singles
in 1953. Ten men won titles in",
their first starts, and. i'e evr
went on to becqme a sta In 1956.
a Syracuse team finisherf
Lalthough only one mail averaged
as high as 182. And Ed Easter
of Detroit was 67 years ,old when'
his team won In 1950. 'A
NEW YORK. (UPJ The
bowling championships Saturday
open a 51-day run at Fort Worth
andfeompetitors will discover that
pinboys have become another sac
rifice, to me machine age.
Foe the first time in the 54-year
history ol ; the event, automatic
pinspotters will take over the Din
setting!' job.'Jt's a concession to
sustained speed and reliability.
But they'll still tell stories about
the "pmaroos of the past
Like the Oshkosh Twins. Their
names were Bob and Dick Mura-
ski, identical to crew cuts, shell'
rimmed glasses and heavy com
bat boots but they rode to the
ABC annually in their own Cad
Beard Crowing Giant
Then there was Cliff Merry, a
friendly six-foot, four-inch, giant
from Los Angeles who started
growing a beard every opening
day and by tournament's end
was being photographed more
than the 'stars.
They tell wild tales of Leon
Lewickl, a 130-pounder from Sche Schenectady,
nectady, Schenectady, N.Y., who supposedly ate
more than any man who ever
lived. He snacked while working
on a box of chocolate bars and
ice cream by the gallon. After
that, on one occasion, he ate 40
pork chops, a dozen hot dogs, a
case of pop add two pies. He. was
heaved out of his boarding house
in 1948 st Detroit for getting to
the table early and eating every everything
thing everything in a supper intended for six
Among the others who followed
the ABC wherever it went was a
family which included grandfather
son and grandson. But now they
are a part of the bowling past,
along with wooden bowling balls, j
The competitors will simply
have to get accustomed to the im
personal factor, and another thing' e vised or broadcast
ABC Averages Surprising
There's a major reason and that
is the fact that of 2,100,000 ABC
members last year only four per -cent
averaged. 180 or better, only -U
per cent-averaged 170 to 17?
and tha n.tiiM.l 1 L.i t
your hat is but 154..
On the Tecord side, there have
been only 14 perfect games out of
4,980,390 in 53 years. The top 1 10 10-year
year 10-year average is 204.73 and the! top
single mark is Lee Jouglard's 775.
In' team play, the one game
mark is 1186 and the series rec
ord is 3234. In the booster -division,
for teams with less than as
850 average, the records are 1040
and 2883. .,
You are challenged,, sir IB
pound balls at 20 paces.
To Meel March 30
BOSTON (UP-Former welter welterweight
weight welterweight champion Tony DeMarco
of Boston and lightweight contend contender
er contender Larry Boardman of Marlboro,
Conn., have signed to meet in
10-round bout at the Boston Card-
en, March 30. DeMarco agreed not (
to weigh more than 146 pounds J
for the bout which will not be tel-'
Prohibited for Minors
. La CaD 4e La
: Beca Plntadaa
.'. : Also;
' MCJEBES f LUCES
John Derek hi
THE LEATHER SAINT
Tom Try on and Ts
Nat King Cole to .
THE SCARLET HOtR
Spanish Program f
PR CARNR SOMOS
with Marft Lonex
, CRUCiriJO OK
IN THE SUN
Holds 17-7 Edge
KANSAS CITY, Mo. (UP)-TaH
Pancho Gonzales held a 17-7 edge
today 'in his cross country series
with tiny Ken Rosewall as the
professional tennis troupe headed
for the next engagement in St.
Displaying too much power and
control for his smaller opponent,
Gonzales increased, his margin
here Tuesday night with a match
victory, 6-3, 3-6, 6-3.
KANSAS CITY, Mo. (UP- The
'National Collegiate Athletic Asso Asso-I
I Asso-I eiation said today it bad "several
pending. eases' of alleged wrong wrongdoing
doing wrongdoing by schools and would look
them ever la a three-day neeting
beginning here Thursday. : ;
NCAA Executive Director" Wal-,1
ter Byers said nature of the eases j
were confidential until they are
T03)!it I'liD irrr
' THURSDAY, MARCH 1, 1957
tm PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY KCWSFAFXK J
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THE MITTS HAVE IT Providing ft 'set of targets no aelf aelf-resDecUnK
resDecUnK aelf-resDecUnK hurler could possibly miss, this burly brigade or
backstoS Thold the Bpotlight at the Brooklyn Dodger training
camn ltiTvero Beach, Fla. The man In the middle is veteran
receiver -Roy Campanula. Surrounding him are (irom lower
kft? clock-wise) Mike Napoll, Herb Olsen, John Roseboro,
Jim Koranda, Joe Plgnatanq and Rube Walker.,
To Try Tonight
For: Same Spot
' By JOHN GRIFFIN
' 1 I1 U
NEW YORK. March 7 fUPV
Kansas, the nation's No. 2 basket-
Dan team, rode the skv-hieh shoul
den of Wilt (The Stilt) Chamber'
lain -Into a berth In the NCAA
tournament today and tonight
iiorui uarouna, xne xno. i team,
opem its bid for a similar berth.
Utah and Bradley, meanwhile,
accepted bid to the .National In In-vitation
vitation In-vitation Tournament completing
the 12-team field for that carnival
starting in New York's Madison
square uarden, March 16. f
i Kansas landed Its spot In the
NCAA when it clinched the. Big
Seven Conference championship
last night with a 44-57 triumph
over runner-up Kansas State ae
Chamberlain, ust named to the
United Press All-America team,
led the way with 24 point. The
win save Kansas a 10-1 league
record with only one game left
to play.', '
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PACIFIC LITTLE LEAGUE
' Second Half standings
Wqn Lost Pet.
Police 4 1
Lincoln Life 3 1
Spur Cola ......... 2 2
Seymour Agency ..2 3
Elks 1414 1 3
Gibraltar Life .... 1 3
Police 3, Seymour 2
Seymour Agency came verv
close in upsetting th miehty
Police champions at their Little
League game Wednesday after
. (NEA Telephote)
HERE COMK THE GIANTS! r Members of the New York Giants baseball team run orrto the
field as they open -their 1957 spring draining session at Phoenix, Ariz. The Giants are under
the direction of manager Bill Rigney,
Jasper Beats CHS-Alumni 9-6
To Increase Lead In TwiLoop
ST. PETERSBURG- Baseball people, who no less than, ac
tors and protessionaL gamblers stand in awe of superstitions, are
:nVm T that the hanless Giants are beset by an especiaUy
i... wtiammip.s. ind am wittaerinc under a
Hawaiian kahuna. Somebooy is aticlung pins into an Image 01
It hereadnVen anylo?bt about the presence ot a jhut
in ttw Giants' situaUoOCwak dissipated by Bill Sarnl's pr:.
liiis decimated and badly shrunken team of Gian Is the
one wnich, in 1964, not only won the pennant but trounced the
inaianata fow-fitraight games in -toe. Worid Series. .
: xne ;whaniinle went to wprn on ,m-u'uuuu "v"""7
and pmnged them mw uuro. ; vim.
Horace Stoneham apparently laid most of the blame lor
tills drop on Leo Ourocher and invited him to seen employment
eisewhere The president of the Giants never did anybody a
nigger favor. Leo got him self $52,000 job with NBC, and the
bail club, under Rigney, crashed Into sitxb. place in 1Mb. r
. Now the Giants are threatened with something even worse
in toe National League standing, something even more deadly
iinancially than their fall to the 600,000 level in attendance last
season ;;-v;ir'i r, V'-v l .UIil
Adding vO; OWUCIUUDI woes IB uic Diw.iyu. wuh F"i'v
shift to' Los Angeles and destruction of the: most ardent and
; profitable wyalry to .the major leagues. ::. V,; L V
: f ins problem, his Polo. Ground lease : expires la '1961, and he
'must lind; a jaew home. im.- ; r ''''-vv-':
TJNCLE SAM HAS RAKED GIANTS BADLY
Th vhammie which has been oDeratinsr on toe New York
rlnh .ha found Dowerlul allies "in time, circumstance, a lalssez
tair voiicv in the front olfice. and Uncle Sam's Army drait,
Jackie Brandt) a coming star whom Stoneham somehow had
wangled out of iTank Lane in last June's big trade, was the
irt n ha tjjfriroH hv the Armv Inst, aa the 1!)56 seasOh came
to a close.
: Then came the, service sail to, Bill White, highly promising
first baseman." While Rigney was discussing the possibility oi
converting outfielder Willie Kirkland, up from Minneapolis, into
a replacement lor White,, Willie also was graboed by tne, Pen
tagon, v, . - '
"We will ro with Gale Harris at first base," thA- Giants
. shouted, definitely. But they had absolutely no such intention.
They got what appeared to be splendid break when they pur purchased
chased purchased Jackie Robinson fromthe Dodgers for $50,000, plus left lefthander
hander lefthander Dick tittlefield. v .,
"Roblnspn is our. new first sacker,? Stoneham and Rigney
announced. But you know the whammie's next move. Jackie
went into filberts, cashews and coffee and. the Polo Grounders
got their fifty grand and Littlefleld back from' Flatbush.
When Stoneham, tried to buy Joe Collins from the Yankees,
. three American League clubs lose up and hollered "Joe shall
not pass." v ; -
untop oi au. wis came tne sarni oiow, leaving the oianta
with a catching staff composed of Wes Westrum and Bob
Schmidt, late of Dallas. v
j . MIGHT INVOKE NEW DISASTER CLAUSE
' In their New York meetings a month ago the major leagues
kaoptea wan tney can a auasbcr cwusc, wiucn proviaes lor neip
for anv club which' mleht be stricken bv en air or raUrnnH hnln.
cauvst President Warren Giles, of toe National League, might
declare Harlem a stricken area and Invoke that clause, for tot
benefit of the .Polo Grounders'.
All that remains for completion of the Giants package of
trouble is for Whltey Loekman, just repossessed from the
Cardinals in a swap for Hoyt Wilhelm, to announce his retire,
meat Into evangelism or the cantaloupe business 'down "In Caro Caro-Una.
Una. Caro-Una. V;.-,.' '-'..t1 : .;....-., ..
I saw Lockmaff down this way recently, and 'he was engag engag-d
d engag-d in studying movies of his batting techniques in 1950 and
1955. He was looking toward a much more profitable season
with; the Cardinals In. 1957, and then came-, a telegram to fly
.westward to-Phoenix, T .-' v" v v "' -.
loekman. sounded as if he .were blaming Durocher Jor his
reduction as a batting power, it was -Lfeo who insisted -that
Whltey stop hitting for singles, and an occasional double, sind
puu ine oau xor the stands... i-.-v,i
ATLANTIC TWILIGHT LEAGUE
Second Half Standings
C. H. S.
'It also sets up what should be
one of the season's very best
matches Kansas (No. 2) against
Southern Methodist, the No. 4
team, in an NCAA Tourney game
at Dallas. March 15.
Kansas State .playing on Kicks'-Alumni" i
iiuuie vuui uciu ABiisas CO s i
21 halftime lead. But then the Jay
hawks surged to a 10-point lead,
ooosted it to 15 late in the game,
and easily held off State's closing
cnaiienge. aix-seven sopn nob Boo Boozer
zer Boozer had 22 for State but the Wild
cats' 20-points-per-gams ace, Jack
rarr, was neia to six.
Won Lost Pet.
. JV?VHr WILLIAM SMmmiS vlewt the bodies
f JACRT PALAXXE and IDDrK ALBERT la a scene from
'h' pt'tsi'' war drema, -ATTACK," which wiU epea TO TODAY
DAY TODAY AT THE CENTRAL. -
. Kansas was the 20th team to
gain an NCAA berth. The three
remaining berths are reserved for
the champions of the Ivy League,
Atlantic Coast Conference, and
Yale clinched at least a tie for
the Ivy League crown last night
by -beating Pennsylvania, 60-54, as
Larry xowns set tne pace witn zi
points and Ed Robinson added 12
points and 21 rebounds. With the
score tied. 53-53. with 4:4 left.
Downs sank three straight free
throws to turn the tide for the
s Yale it idle tonight but w i 1 1
clinch the title if runner-up Dart'
mouth is : upset by ; Harvard., If
Darthmouth wins, Yale can clinch
by beating Harvard in Its finale on
Saturday. .v ;
North Carolina, 'with s "14-0
record, wen the regular-season
ACC championship but must win
the v league journey starting to tonight
night tonight at Raleigh N.C., te gain
an NCAA berth. The heavily-fa-vored
Tar Heels fave Clem son
(7-U) In their firtKreunA game.
Other first-rounders, ere Duke Duke-South
South Duke-South Carolina, Maryland-Virginia,
. and North Carolina State
Wake Forest. ;
chamn of the Southern Conference,
champ of the SouthernConferencer
with a perfect league mars, opens
similar tournev-for-a tourney-
berth today at Richmond, Va, The
Mountaineers (22-4) send uot koo
Hundley against Davidson (7-19) in
their opener, while otherrfir St St-rounders
rounders St-rounders are Furman-Richmond,
Washington and Lee-Citadel, and
Virgma Tecn-wuuam ana Mary.
Serai-finals in both tourneys are
Friday and finals Saturday. By
Saturday mianignt tne nM neia
will be complete.
Urged To Join
In an effort to stimulate the
golfing interest of the women
golfers of tne club, tne summit
Hills Golf and Country Club has
made plans to hold a ladles day
polf tournament every other
Sunday starting this coming
Sunday, March 10 at t o'clock.
All women rrolfers of th Sum
mit Club are urged to play In
these tournaments. This week's
tournament will be a handi
cap affair. ,:
Jasper came to bat in the upper
half of the seventh they didn't
hit a ball out of the infield, but
managed to score three runs on
a comeay or errors by the Alum
SECOND HALF STANDINGS
800 ml plus one scratch hit down thelBuick 4
500 j third base line by Sanders
USS Jasper 9, CHS-Alumni 6
C.H.S. vs Powells
By TREVOR SIMONS
There are approximately 20
lady eolf era playing at the Sum
mit Club and wis weess vour
nament will be the first wom women's
en's women's summit Club Tournament
to be held in more than, two
it was announced bv co-toir
nament chairman, Pesrl Trim
and Pe Montanye. tan; eitnei
nine hole or 18-hole scores, will
h pwntit fn the nrlzes. An
entrance fe of W cents sjvitl be
cbartred eeh golfer.
Aif ladles deslrinsf to enter
the Duran ringer tournament
1 no whelne olared at Summit
irav ao so ny signing an oeiorc
1 TDere will b s meetfnr of
(he Canal Zone Roller Skatmg
rhb at the Batb : ReHer ReHer-drme.
drme. ReHer-drme. tenrfctl 1 e'rhwfc 1
- ts the viralar moethfr
meetn an4 alt members ere
wl te attend. The snetrnf
win fee followed fcr (tee skat skating
ing skating by seembere eeJy. 1
The amazine Jasper nine In
creased their hold on first place
in the second half to IV, games
over Powells Tuesday night,
when the second half pace-setters
pushed across three unearn unearned
ed unearned runs In th top half of the
eighth lnnlnn to win 9 to 6.
Patterson, who' took over on
the mound from Jim Mann in
the third frame, was credited
with his 5th win of the season,
allowing five runs and striking
out five. Mann had fanned five
in the first two frames,: but
three hits ana poor xieuung
caused him to leave the game
trailing by a 6-to-4 count; v-f
.Tnhn rhffev toiled the-' dis
tance for Alumrd and was1 nick
ed for nine' hits, lour 01 wmcn
came in the first inning, waiaea
seven an $uuck-oub nvo.
Four successive' hits topped
off by a double off the- bat 01
Benson in toe first frame after
two were out, put; Jasper xnree
runs in toe. leaa. tiammgnu
blasUd a trifile and scored on
an error in centerfield to.ftive
t.h alumni one run in the' last
of the first. A walk, one hit bats batsman
man batsman and a single to leflj by Ma Ma-loney
loney Ma-loney accounted for ; Jasper s
fourth run. The Jasper' team
seemed to come apart vnt; the
seams in the bottom of the sec second
ond second frame and staples by .Rock
and Blevens gave Alumni for
tallies and the lead for a while.
, noffev lost, control in the Jas
per half of the third fram. ls ls-ulnp
ulnp ls-ulnp four straight free pws
that knotted -toe. count 5-R,L
A double by Jim Mann,- his c- j
& by Sanders put jasper back Mc0w Jf
out in front In the fourth ln-ffi e;
T,in nTTR-Ahimni tnrepteneo to
end it all in their half of the
seventh frame when with 'ore
wv. Mike Roc blasted a tnole
to the wall in left renter to wore
Prather who had aouDieo to ieiv.
Orvis and B'evens went down in
order to end the threat. When
Pereira walked and Malonev
went down swinging. Moats'
roller to third was booted by
Prather, Hammond muffed a
ground ball to short by Dave
Mann. Jim Mann rolled out and
Sanders' little dribbler down the
third base line was too slow to
be handled for the out,
Patterson hit a ground ball to
second that went through Mc Mc-Graw
Graw Mc-Graw and only Hammond's great
aivine one-nanoea eaten nf oe-
rig's line drive to the right of
short-stop prevented J a s p er
from scoring more than the
tnree game-winning runs,
.. 5 1
Powells Plays C.H.S. Tonight
Noel Gibson will attemnt to
night to break his two-game los losing
ing losing streak when he takes 1 the
hill .for Powells against Cristo Cristobal
bal Cristobal High School. Gibson, who
ran through seven wins before
gettln a loss; was rapped solid solidly
ly solidly Ust Sunday when h lost the
5 to 0 decision to Jasper. ;
jwiner pnu Hatems or Ray
urors win irec ine noa rrom lukb
Palumbo to oppose the first half
winners and attempt to put
C.H-S. into the thick of the fight
for the second half.
The box score:
Mann, D. cf, If ..
Mann, J. p, cf ...
Pereira ss ...
Ab R H Po
MRA, the doormat of the At Atlantic
lantic Atlantic Teenage League. 1 came
near pulling the upset of the
season Tuesday evening at the
Coco solito ball park when it
lost to the loop leading Motta
team by the meager margin of
5 to 4.
The' contest was a pitchers'
battle all the way. Fields, the
winner allowed three base hits,
while losing hurler Phillips gave
up five safeties.
The box score:
MRA An R
Aleguas, cf ... 2 1
Egger,.42b ... 1 0
Irving, 2b ...v......:... 3 0
McGlols, ss ............ 2 1
Cotton, Jb . 1
Rodrlgaezy Itf . i';4
isnaer, c .f
Sander, rf ."
Vhal Casey Siengel
Expects Of Larsen
ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. (UP)
Casey Stengel discarded his us usual
ual usual double talk for a simple de,
clarative sentence but still left his
listeners wondering just what he
expects from Don (Perfect Game)
L,arsen wis year.
"That -fella's gonna shock the
world," Ole Case announced Tues Tuesday
day Tuesday during the Yankees' daily
"He can shock the world if he
flops but be car also shock it if
he realizer what a great arm and
chance he has," added Stengel.
"But," said the rookie reoorter.
"it was last year that Don caused
tne world to undergo a nervous
shook when he pitched that!
perfect game in the World Series.''
"That's what I been tellin' vou.
kid, said a veteran reportc.
"Casey knew he was gonna do it
aU along." 1
- z .' iu
. " ,;,'"t"
If the runner that was called
out at home on a very close play
had been safe, or if the Seymour
could have scored In the fifth
inning with bases loaded and no
outs the story may have been
dinerent. -( -v
As it was, the Police solidified
their position as leaders hi to
league. Both teams gathered -sfac;,.
hits each, but since the payoff payoff-is
is payoff-is on runs and not hits, the P-'
lice won the ball game with1
No Policeman was outstanding
at the plate because the six hits?4
irrAu ................ u i
"c ov-omcicu nniuiig hjx piayv
ers. For CSeymour two players
Pearl nad Boatwrjght collected -two
safeties each. A
In the last frame, Seymour
being three runs down,1 put pn?
a rally that meant two runs on
three hits, with one runner hew hewing
ing hewing called out on a verv close -play
sliding into the plate Ash-,'.
tpn( went the distance on to
mound for the police; whereas
the starter Perra received lifilp,',
The box score:
Corrlgan ss t .. 2
Ashton p 4
Priester lb 3
Potter e ...'......' 3
Riley cf 2
Sebastian rf 2
Darden 2b 3
Wead. If 1
Evans If 2
Wilder 3b 3
Pearl ss, 2b 3
Carlson cf 3
Boatwrlght c. ss . . 3
Corrlgan rf, 2b, c 3
Raymond If, 3b 3
Anderson, lb .......... 3
Moses If. rf 2
Arosemena ss, 3b, p . l
Perra p 2
1 .1 r
1 l ..
35 9 9 23 12
Humphrey, c 4 2 1
Tompkins, 3b 2 0 0!
Fields, p 3 1 0
Venus, If 3 l 1!
Bruce, cf 2 1 1
Lutz, lb 3 n 1
Weigle, ss 3 0 0
Ellzey, 2b 1 0 0!
Hackanson, rf 3 0 oi
Hammond 2b, ss 5
Prather 3b 3
Blevens rf. cf
Johnson If ..
34 6 8 24 11
Los Angeles Mayor
To Heel Privately
With Dodgers Today
VERO BEACH, Fls. (UP) Los
Ansplfi makei its bis "pitch" for
the Brboklvn Dodgers today when
Mayor Norrir Poulson and other
civic officials meet privately with
Dodger President Walter O'Mal-
After an inspection tour of the
Dodgers' training base here, Poul
son and his associates were to oe
whisked awav to a hunting and
fishing lodge deep in the Cypress
swamps where they will discuss
the franchise with O'M alley.
It was expected here that the
Los Angeles group would lay on
the table all its best cards in
hopes of persuading O'Malley to
transfer his team from Brooklyn
te Los Angeles in time for the
Building and financing plans for
big fields, and citric support for
a new stadium, facilities for park-
a LoaAngele major league team
mwwm mm n mt ... mtmAmm tk.
chief topics of discussion. The I
Dodgers already owe a playing!
field in Los Angeles, since their I
purchase of the Los Angeles fraa-f
ehise in the Pacific Coast League,!
but Wiat is considered inadequate
for a major league team.
O'Malley juists that he most
make epVhU mind about fran franchise
chise franchise twitch "very soon.' The
Dodgers' eurrea lease oe Eboets
Field to BrookJya does not expire
on til after the 1958 season, but
O'Malley says be cannot wart any anywhere
where anywhere near that long te reach a
decision -. . I
Score Br Innings
HPS Josper lit inn 0 .7
CHS-Alumnl 140 000 106
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TO COLOMBIA. ECUADOR, PERU e CHILE:
S.S. "SANTA MERCEDES" Rails Cristobal, C. Z. March v
S.S. "SANTA ISABEL' ... Sails Cristobal, C. Z., March 14
S.8. "SANTA CECILIA" . .Sails Cristobal, C. Z., March 14,
TO NEW YORK:
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S.S. "SANTA OLIVIA" ..Sails Cristobal. C. Z.. March. 13
S.S. "SANTA BARBARA SaiU Cristobal, C. Z., March 21
FROM U.S., PACIFIC WEST COAST CENTRAL
AMERICA TO THE PANAMA CANAL: ; 1
S.S. "SANTA ANITA" Due Balboa, March SJ
S.S. "SANTA CRUZ" Due Balboa. AprU S
TO .WEST COAST CENTRAL AMERICA
& U.S. PACIFIC PORTS
S.S. "SANTA FE" .v Sails Cristobal, C,
S.S. "SANTA ANITA" ....Sails Balboa, C.
'Loads cargo at Cristobal
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BALBOA: ,2150 2159
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THE PANAMA AMERICAN. AN JNDEPENDfNT DAILI NEWSPAPER
THURSDAY, MARCH 7, 1951
I !-I :
FOR RENT: Completely turn,
lahed large residence, for Em
baasy, companies or tern r
pent able parson. Appointments
must bo arranged. Phono 3-18
. FOR RENTj Complotoly furr
"1 ishod thrao bad room modorn
1 houso. HI Via Bolisario Porras.
FOR RENT: Complotoly turn turn-t
t turn-t ishod, vary eomfortablo rooid rooid-I
I rooid-I ence, gardans, otc. $200.00 a
month. Cool placo in oxcollont
rosidontial faction. Call 2-2011
I (Office hours, for appoint-
FOR RENT: Modorn Houso
on La Crasta, 3 bod 2 bath-
, rooms, living dining room
porch, gardan, garaga. With
, car; larga guast or maid s
room with bathroom. Hot wa water
ter water 2 airconditionod, all furn furn-ishad.
ishad. furn-ishad. Avo. Gabriol Duque and
next stops to Via Espana. Tal.
FOR RENT: NEAR HOTEL
PANAMA, complotoly furnish furnished
ed furnished chalot, AIR-CONDITIONED
bodroom, dining room, largo
living room, largo kitchen,
sorvico quartors. Good maid at
$20.00 goos with houso. For
throe months, beginning April
17th. Also car for low rant. In Information:
formation: Information: Telephone 3-0638.
PHILLIPS Oceansida Cottage
Santa Clara. Box 1890 Pana Pana-ma,
ma, Pana-ma, R. da P. Phone Panama
3-1877, Cristobal 3-1673.
Reserve NOW. Inexpensive sat
"; Isfying vacations Santa Clara
, Beach. Shrapnel's furnished
' houses. Phono Balboa 1772.
Baldwin'a furnished apart apart-ments
ments apart-ments at Santa Clara Beach,
Telephone Smith, Balboa 3681.
Group foe to Darien Indian
country, March 10th. David and
' B equate, March 17th, San Bias,
March 24th and 31st. For re-
, servations call Panama 3-3094
- or Balboa Tnz.
POSTER'S COTTAGES d
'f beach fceeee. One nil
' ame. Phone laftee 1I66.
$1 Hourly Minimum
For 10 Million More
WASHINGTON, March 7 (Up)
The AFL-CIO recommended today
that Congress apply the 4(Khour
week, $l-an-hour minimum to 10
million more workers. It said the
'administration's proposal ia "too
'lata and far too little."
f Secretarv of Labor James P
Mitchell has asked Congress to ex
tend- the $1 minimum to 2V4 mil
lion workers but specifically asked
that the 40-hour week not be im imposed
posed imposed on their employers.
Andrew J. Biemiller, spokesman
.'for the AFL-CIO, told a House
'Labor subcommittee headed by
-Rep. Augustine B. Kelley (D-Pa),
the administration's bill leaves
millions of workers "outside the
pale." He said it would not cover
"truly the forgotten men and wo women
men women in our economy."
He" said most of them chain
Store cletks, connery workers, ho hotel
tel hotel employes, and restaurant
porkers do not have the protec protection
tion protection of trade union organization.
- Biemiller also asked that the
be raised to $1.2$ an'ing list.
CALLS 'TILL 10:00 PJM.
ALL WORK CUAPANTEED
IS FOR SALE
ATTENTION. 0. I.I Jurt built
modern furnished apartments, I,
2 bedrooms, hot, cold water.
Phone Panama 3-4941.
FOR RENT: Modern apart apartment,
ment, apartment, 6 closets, 2 bedrooms,
living room, dining room, kit kitchen,
chen, kitchen, porch, garaga. 46th St.
East No. 2-61. Phono 3-1423.
FOR RENT: Furnished mod modern
ern modern apartment, screened, mili military
tary military inspected. Five minute
from Zone. Telephone Panama
FOR RENT: Larga apart apartment,
ment, apartment, living room, porch, two
bedrooms, large kitchen and
maid's room, 2 bathrooms, gar garaga.
aga. garaga. Call Panama Telephone 3 3-3338.
3338. 3-3338. FOR RENT: Furnished, or
unifomiahed one bedroom apart
ment garage 168 Via Belisario
FOR RENT: Completely fur furnished
nished furnished 2-bedroom apartment sit situated
uated situated at El Cangreio: living-dining
room, bathroom, independent
maid's room and bath, garaga
and lovely lawn, near Hotel El
Panama. For information phona
FOR RENT: Apartmant: Living-room,
bedroom, kitchen, sa sanitary
nitary sanitary service. Calle Darien No.
11-21, next street from 4th of
FOR RENT: Furnished one
bedroom apartment, kitchen,
living-dinning room, balcony,
wash tubs, etc. Frigidaire,
tove. Automobile Road $45.
Tel. 3-2930 or 3-3884.
FOR RENT: Top floor in two two-apartment
apartment two-apartment building at "El Can Can-grejo,"
grejo," Can-grejo," F street. 2 large bed'
rooms, living room, dining
room, maid's room, hot water,
garaga. Telephone 3-0955.
FOR RENT: Room to bachelor.
Telephone 3-5563. From 6:00 p.
m. to 8:00 p.m.
wevBrin Mail Trouble
ror ne TorK uunn
WASHINGTON, Mar. 7 (UP)
The Post Office Department today
accused a New York City firm of
sending through the mails "inde
cent photographs of women in var
ious stages of undress.
It said a complaint was filed
against Eldorado Arts, whose only
address is two Post Office boxes
in the Times Square Postal Sta Station.
tion. Station. George C. O'Brien, assistant
general counsel of the depart department's
ment's department's Fraud Division, noted that
the law forbids the use of the mail
to solicit the sale o fraaterial that
is "lewd, filthy or vile."
He said the complaint specifical specifically
ly specifically refers to "certain obscene,
lews, lascivious or indecent photo photographs
graphs photographs of women in various stages
The firm was given until March
15 to answer the charge. A hear
ing win be held in Washington
April 1. O'Brien said the hearing
win determine wnether the con
cern will be denied use of the
Eldorado Arts was accused of
selling what its advertisement
claims are "sexsational" photos,
color slides, and "adult" movies.
The complaint said customers
were solicited by circulation of a
phone number, advertisements in
periodicals and by use of a mail-
O'Brien said that use of the tele telephone
phone telephone is a novel method of solici solicitation
tation solicitation in such operations. By
By "word of mouth", he sa.d,
prospective customers are given
a telephone" number and urged to
"call Cynthia Brooks."
According to the complaint, a
call to the number is answeredj
oy me recording of a feminine
voice which says:
"Hello, there. I'm so glad you
called. I've been waiting for you.
I'd love to send you some excit
ing and interesting pictures of my
self, won t you send your name
and address. Send only one dollar
to cover cost of handQng and 1 11
get my pictures right out to you.
I Bye now. Thanks for calling."
(Lamp Shades tnade
ATLANTIC and PACIFIC
' 4tk of leJy Ave.
C L A S i
r.F.AVK YOUR AD WITH ONE OF OUR
INTERNAL. DE PUBLICACIONKS No. 3 Loiter; Plaza O CAS A ZALDO Central Ave. LOURDES PHARMACY 1S2 La Canasaullla- e FARMACIA -LOM-BAROO
No. 2 "B" Street o MORRISON 4th of July Ave. J St. e LEWIS SERVICE Ave. Tlvoll No: 4 o FAHjWACIA ESTADOS UN1DOS 14 Central Avail
rAKDiAUA LUA 1 vcnim jivinut inuusuiurji r.Ainnuim. r.
VAN-DER-JIS 50 Street No. S3 FARMACIA L BATURRO Psrqua Lefcvre
ina neua visia uw
FOR SALE: 1952 DoSoto au automatic
tomatic automatic transmission fully e- -quipped
new tires, battery and
paint $700.00 Cell 84-5288.
FOR SALE: 1956 Ford Fair Fair-lane
lane Fair-lane 4-door, radio, new car con condition.
dition. condition. B.2000.00 272-2193 or af after
ter after 5:00 p.m. 2-1827.
FOR SALE: 1941 Buick new
engine installed one year, good
tires, new brakes. Passed 1957
Canal Zone inspection. Price
$195.00. House 0852 Balboa.
Bachelor Quarters by Church
FOR SALE: 1948 fourdoor
Hudson, good conditions, for
immediate sale. Call Villaro Villaro-sa,
sa, Villaro-sa, Tivoli Hotel.
1952 Studebaker V-8 convertible
Hard Top Balboa 2-3535.
FOR SALE: 1948, i cylinder
Oldsmobile Sedan, excellent
motor, battery, tires. $200.00.
Call 2-0025 or 3-4642.
FOR SALE: 1948 Studebaker
$150.00. Call Mr. Rankin. Coro Coro-zal
zal Coro-zal 85-22418 a.m. 4 p.m.
FOR SALE: 1956 Ford V-8
fairlane 4Dr. Sedan. Two tone
blue, radio perfect condition.
Only $1900. Balboa 1872 after
FOR SALE: 1948 Buick- 4
door, good tires, paint interior,
radio back uo light. $249.00.
Tel. 2-6352, 6-8 p.m.
FOR SALE: 1954 4-door Chev
Bel Aire, blue and white, radio
boater, excellent condition. Ph.
FOR SALE: Do you want a
good used car? Then stop look looking
ing looking for I have it. 1951 Chrysler
Windsor. Good running condi condition.
tion. condition. Radio, price to sell $550.00
Phone Cristobal 2568.
Gibraltar Ufa Ins. Co.
lor rates and Information
TRANSPORTS BAXTER. S. A.
Packers :- Shippers Movers
Loam Riding at
PANAMA RIDING SCHOOL
Riding & Jumping Claiies daily
3 to 5 p.m. Phona 2-2451
or by appointment.
CHILDREN k GENERAL
Dr. R. Eisenmann
Dr. C. E. Fabrera
C.Z. Dental-Medical Polycllnle
Tlvoll (4 of July) Ave. 21A24
(opposite Aneon School playiround)
Tel. 2-2011 Panama
; "Slim -See flirore down"
McLevy Machines, Massage
team Bath aula and female
SS At. Junto Arosemena 8-2217
Dr. BCHOIX trained Chiropodist
UNITED 8TATE8 OF AMERICA
United States District Court roi Tea
District of The Canal Zona
Division of Balboa
Melba C. Wood, by Helen D. Jones
her Guardian ad litem. Flaintift vs.
James H. Wood. Defendant.
Summons Case No. 4448, Civil Socket
2J 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
davs after the first date of publica-
In case of your failure to aa appear
and answer. Judgment will be taken
against you by default for the relief
demanded In the complaint.
Witness tne Honorable Guthrie F.
Crowe. Judxe. united States District
Court for the District of the Canal
Zone, this Tebruarv 20. 1957.
C. T. McCormick, Jr.
By Lets K. Harrison
T Jam H Wood:
The forenoinv summons to served up upon
on upon you by pabilratlon pursuant to the
order or Tne nonorauir wiuitw r
Crowe. Judee. United States DWrlcl
Court for the District of the Canal
Zone, dated February IS. 1957. and en entered
tered entered and filed In this action In the
o'ftce of the Clrk of said United Ststes
District Ooir for the Division of Bal
boa, on FeWT '7-.
f. T. McCormick, Jr.
lh V. narrlsea
'- Hi : g) a flja-srS;
AGENTS OR OUB OFFICES AT 13-3T
FOR SALE: Oak dinette set
: table, 4 chairs, Buffet. Curundu -5214.
FOR SALE: Westinghouse re re-frig.
frig. re-frig. Maytag washing machine
25 cycle; youth bed; 'miscel 'miscellaneous
laneous 'miscellaneous household articles. Call
FOR SALE: 25 cycle Westino.
house refrigerator for sale. 07 07-76E
76E 07-76E Williamson Place.
DRAWER "A." DIABLO
BOX 121 1. CRISTOBAL. CI.
Winners of items advertised for
sale by the Curundu Poet Re Restaurant
staurant Restaurant must call for them not
later than 10 March 1957. Fai Failure
lure Failure to do so, these items will
bo passed on to the next highest
Rodman Seeks Bids
The U.S. Naval station at
Rodman, has advertised for sale
by competitive sealed bids; 22
lots of foreign excess property
located in Building 31.
The lots include usable items
of a general nature. Miscellan Miscellaneous
eous Miscellaneous types telephone part3, mo motor
tor motor mower parts, electrical and
magnet wire, motor generators,
and a dough mixer, are amone
those items being advertised
under invitation B-&-57 which is
scheduled to be open at 10:00
a.m. March 27.
The property may be inspect inspected
ed inspected and copies of the invitation
to bid, may be obtained on any
regular working; day through
Wednesday March 37, between
the hours of 10:00 a.m. and
12:00 a.m. by contacting the
Sales v Off ice, building 31, Rod Rodman,
man, Rodman, or phoning Rodman 3874.
ttfc Bids must ba received notjlat-
er man ao:uo a-m.' jwarcn 27.
Invalid Farmer, Son
Win Second Round
In Bailie With CEB
LONDON (UP) Farmer ;T o m
Jones surveyed today with a sigh
of connentment the latest handi
work of his son, Primrose, in their
months-long battle with the Cen
tral Electric Board.
The Central Electric Board is
determined to stretch power lines
across the Jones Farm. Jones,
60, and his son Bryn who is nick nicknamed
named nicknamed Primrose, are just as de determined
termined determined that the CEB will not.
The CEB took the first round of
the battle when it won a ruling
offering Jones $434 compensation
for erecting power lines there.
Jones had demanded $924,
The board erected a 135-foot
tower Irieht in the middle of the
farm and Jones, an invalid, called
his 23-year-old, 200-pound son to
go to work.
Primrose took a wrench and re removed
moved removed the bolts at the steel and
concrete base of -the 30-ton tower
When the last bolt was removed
farmer Jones handed his son a 14-
Primrose swung. Girders
rasped, wires hummed and the
rose swung again, putting all of
his 200 pounds into the job. The
tower listed to 15 degrees, held
upright by wires from a neighbor
ing tower across a raiiroaa line.
Jones sipped his afternoon cup of
tea and beamed proudly at his
son as the CEB rushed to the
scene and looked over the wreck wreck-ace.
ace. wreck-ace. They said they would have to
pull down the tottering structure
to keep it from pulling down the
Round three Is expected to
come up soon. Authorities warned
Jones he would be held liable for
damage to the tower.
Double beds With
spring and mattress. $49. et
Metal chests f
Metal Sideboards ... 15.09
Metal beds 39) with
Springs .........s... 14.51
e Cribs with new
mattresses .......... 39 M
Center Tables 15.N
e Bonk beds with
mattress ........... C9.M
Foldinr ceU ........ tlM
Larre Locker ....... ll.oe
Table Model SINGER
Sewing- Machine ... 19S.M
. National Ave. Ne. 41
; Phone 3-4911 er I lit
"H" STREET. PANAMA T.IDRFRIA
uiHra.n,ii a) iviu uoOTr Juslo Arosemeiia Ave. and 33 SI O FARMACIA
J Street FARMACIA "8AS" Via Porras 111 o NOVEOAOES ATH1S Beside
The best dinners and drinks 1
- are served in our modern a ii ii-;
; ii-; conditioned cafeteria; grill and
: bar. Hotel International "f I
za 5 do Mayo.
FOR SALE: 1 s ttove,
good condition. Sacrifice $40.
Carratquilla hous 380, rooni
it. lau Balboa 2107.
lesson: Atlantic side. Ladies
rhythmic exercise. For infor information
mation information call Mrs, Donaldson
Culick o8. :
Lesson: Ladies rhythmic exer exercise,
cise, exercise, guitar, ballet, Spanish
dance. Mrs. Dona Id von Phone
L. Americans Get
In Spanish At US
Theory and practical application
are the key words that describe
the instruction given to the Latin
American officers and enlisted men
at the United State Army Carib Caribbean
bean Caribbean School at Fort r Gulick. By
theory and practice the soldiers of
tne Latin American republics are
being trained in up-to-date U. S.
Army methods of operation.
The primary mission of the U.S.
Army Caribbean School is to fam
iliarize the Latin American neigh-
Dors ot tne united' States with the
tactics and operation of the U. S.
Army, and thus facilitate greater
understanding between the coun
tries of the Western Hemisphere
At the school all instruction is
carried out in Spanish. -This makes
the School unique In its kind the
U.S. government's recognized -offi
cial language is English but this
U.S. Army operation is conducted
exclusively in a foreign language
' for foreign-' itudents- ;.,'.
The student receive the theory
of the eight basic branches of mil
itary- Instruction in classroom lec lectures
tures lectures almilar to the lectures of a
college. Hero the similarity; ends,
because in all phases after the
lecture, the students are. given an
opportunity to put. Into practice
the classroom theory they, have
For instance In the Artillery- Di Division
vision Division the students learn the theo
ry -of trajectory and accompany accompanying;
ing; accompanying; mathematics as. well as : the
various pieces of equipment and
then go out 'on the firing range
and actually go through the plot
ting, spotting, firing and mainten
ance of the various weapons tney
have studied. '
US Donates $1500,000 To Aid Fight
Against Malaria In W. Hemisphere
WASHINGTON, March 7 (UP)
The United States donated Sl,50,-
.000 today to the Pan-American
Sanitary Bureau to tight malaria
in the western nemispnere.
Milton Elsenhower brother of
the President and chairman ef
the Inter-American Presidential
Representative's Commit to,
presented Jose L. Mora, ec ro rotary
tary rotary general of the Organization
of American States, the check
at a ceremony at the Paa-American
Dr. Fred L. Soper, directorr and
other officials of the Pan-Amen
can Sanitary Bureau witnessed
the ceremony along with Mate
Department officials. Soper re
turned yesterday from an inspec inspection
tion inspection trip of the malaria control
nroeram in Mexico.
The money will be used to train
technicians who wort in au ine
malaria.infected areas 01 D"
webrn hemisDherc. The U. S
donation came from Mutual Se Security
curity Security funds provided for In an a-
m end ment M tne acv pssscu uj
rnnirr.ii last vear.
The amount, however, is small
romDared to the $157,000,000 that
it is estimated will take to com completely
pletely completely get rid of malaria in the
Ltrn hemisDhere over a five-
! v.ir iwrtod.
Maiaria is a !. j
present primarily in the
stream, mai prwucm mw -nemia,
. causing victims to drag
.riw abont. unable to make
more than a minimum of physi physical
cal physical and mental effort. The di disease
sease disease is spread by a night-flying
A sawfcetjrian for the Paa-A-mericen
Sanitary Bureau report,
a) the eceeemi damage atoee
wnrt roar la Pom aleete by
Uria ta about $24O00. The
sanitary bureau believes Kis
cheeper te eredlcete the eVieeaie
than te live with at end says
that apendinf en estimated $ $-MOOt.evor
MOOt.evor $-MOOt.evor e feer-yeer perfetf :
wevld eredicaU the el 1 a e e a e
from Per. '
Only two countries, the United
States and Chile, have eradicated
maXana m the weatera
Prrlrnr air.M is r.rri
Boats b Motors
FOR SALES 18ft. sloop with
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Another example of the theory
and practice technique used by
the school is the Automotive Divi Division
sion Division where the students receive
lectures and instruction on the
maintenance and repair of motor
venicies, then afterwards are tak
en down to the shops to work on
the various types of vehicles vital
to the modern army. And so the
story of theory and practice goes
throughout the eight academic di divisions
visions divisions of the School.
Te basic academic divisions of
fee school are: the artillery divi division,
sion, division, automotive division, c o m m-mand
mand m-mand and Staff division, engineer,
military, police, food services, in-,
fantry weapons ; and tactics and
communications divisions. The
trainiing the students receive in
these division, is' based on the!
current plans of Instruction in us
by-tha Army's Stateside schools.
The-result of 4he training, which
the achool offer?, it exceeding the
highest' expectations honed for
yhea the School was first started
in 1949. Since -then over 6000 offi officers
cers officers and enlisted men of the La Latin
tin Latin American reDulblca have re.
ceived training at the School. The
wide acceptance of the U.S. Armv
Caribbean School as a valuble as
set to the Americas is exhibited
by the constantly increasing num number
ber number of men sent to the School bv
the "various American nations.
The end result of the, school's
program, is increased understand
ing between the Americas, and
greater 'Strength to ward off those
powers, of toe World that threaten
the peace and freedom of the
sphere the sanitarv buraa ii rnnrt
red. Otner countries like Mirn
with a $24,000,000 program have
projects underway and still others
are drawing up five year pro
His World War II
WASHINGTON.' March 7 (UP)-,
President Eisenhower tndav re
ceived an unexpected and nostsl nostsl-gic
gic nostsl-gic gift the command rmr h
used throughout World War It.
As the President left his office
for lunch.- Mrt. Eiinhnar
steered him to the south rfriv..
of the White House where the 1942
Cadillac limousine, painted in reg regulation
ulation regulation olive drab, was waiting.
mr. Aisennower look one Joo;
and exclaimed, "My old command
The car was the rift nf a sr,m
of anonymous friends who recent recently
ly recently picked it up at an Amy motor,
pwu auction in uermany.
Mr, Eisenhower first used the
car in London in 1M2-when he
was commander of the American
forces in Eurooe. He also' used
the car as Supreme Allied Com Commander
mander Commander and later, as president ef
Columbia Universitv when he al also
so also was a general of the Army.
ine caiet. executive again v"5
the car. when he returned to' En
rope t command the Allied de defense
fense defense forces.
Mr. Eisenhower had tried to
hay the ear when he was at Co Columbia
lumbia Columbia but the Army refused to
The President used the car for
the last time fat-1955 when CenJ
Alfred Ma GrurtiUier. then. Allied
Commander in Europe, dispatched
ft for bis use at the "Big Four"
conference in Geneva.
The car will be shipped to the
Eisenhower museum ia Abilene,
Sam Heller, the museum to-
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Teamster Of f icials Once Demanded
Mayor Fire Portland Police Chfief
WASHINGTON! March 7 fUPV
A former mayor of Portland, Ore.
said in a sworn statement today
that high Teamster Union officials
once demanded he fire the city
The affidavit by ex-Mayor Fred
L. Peterson was introduced at the
Senate labor rackets investigation
in connection with charges high
union leaders were linked with
gambling and vice.v
earlier, racketeer James B. El-
kins testified that a Teamster-
backed district attorney com
plained to him that he was getting
a "piddling amount" of money
from gamblers... .
Still another witness, night club
operator Nat Zusman. left the
hearing and took a lie detector
test from the U. S. Secret Serv
ice in an effort to prove he was
more honest than a Portland, call
house madam. ;
Fire Police Chief
Peterson's statement said Clyde
C. Crosby, Teamster organizer for
Oregon, brought him a message
in December, 1955, demanding he
fire Police Chief Jim Purcell.
It said Crosby warned- that
Frank W. Brewster. West Coast
Teamster leader, and otner union
officials would "find another can-
didate" unless Peterson took the
Peterson said he did not remove
Purcell. According to earlier-tes
timony, the Teamsters then sup
ported another candidate and Pet
erson was defeated, v
Arranged Lie Test :
The committee arranged for
Zusman to take the lie detector
test at his request after he denied
a call house 'madam's testimony
that he encouraged her to open
a house in Portland.
Zusman's a 1 1 o r n e y;- John P.
Bonner, tried' to get the-9 Secret
Service tev agree to give him a
copy: ;of s'.'the results. But .' the
agency said it would only, make
the record available to- the com committee.
mittee. committee. After a two-hour argument, Zus
man finally took the test to prove
he "was not grandstanding. Bon Bonner''
ner'' Bonner'' said he was told the commit
tee wolll' get a report on it to
Committee Chairman John- I.
McClellan iD-Ark) said a copy of
the conflicting testimony by bus
man and the bawdy house opera operator,
tor, operator, "Big Helen" Hardy would be
sent to the Justice Department ior
possible perjury prosecution.
Hardy Left Washington
Zusman wanted Mrs. Hardy to
take the test also but McCleUan
said he could not order her to do
so. The committee said she left
Washington this morning.
Pickup 4th pgh: Elkins
Elkins, star witness of the in-,
quiry thus far, was recalled for
further testimony on his. charge
that Teamster Union officials ana
city officials aided racketeers in
Elkins said he paid -"pretty
close to $20,000" in eight months
ef 1955 to two gamblers who im implied
plied implied they were sharing the mon money
ey money with District Attorney: William
Asked if he ever discussed the
payments with Langley, Elkins
said the district attorney told him
"he waa g e 1 1 1 n g a piddling
amount." He said that high Team Teamster
ster Teamster Union officials were "very
unhappy" about his progress in
opening more gambling places.
Elkins said two Seattle, Wash
gamblers Joseph P. McLaughlin
and Thomas E. Mawney pressed
him constantly .to open more
places. He had testified previous
ly that McLaughlin and Maloney
were sent to Portland by Frank
rector, was on hand to supervise,
Also present was M-sgt LeonarJ
Dry. who drove the auto Surma
the war. Dry Is now attached to
the White House garage as Mrs
Eisenhower s chauffeur.
Mr. Eisenhower questioned Dry
closely about the car's condition
and asked whether the speedome-
shi.k mYifimA 1 AHA snilM
had been turned back. Dry raid
he thought the mileage was ac accurate.
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W. Brewster, West Coast Team Teamster
ster Teamster leader.
, Asked if the gamblers were
splitting the payoffs with team team-ster
ster team-ster officials, Elkins said "I don't
think they split it,'! He said Clyd
C. Crosby, Teamster organizer for
Oregon, told him "they double double-crossed
crossed double-crossed me." ,
He said the two gamblers re referred
ferred referred to Langlcy, who was elect,
ed with Teamster backing as ''01
Honest Abe" because he was "se
opposite from: that." '
. When, Zusman was on the stand'
earlier, he insisted he and "Big
Helen" 'Hardy, a Portland bawdy
house operator,, be' given lie de detector
tector detector tests op their, conflicting
Mrs. Hardy testified yesterday
that she opened a call house in
Portland after Zusman and Thom Thomas
as Thomas E. Maloney, a gambler, had
assured her that District Attorney
William M. Langley -would not
Paid $110 to ZusmanV
She said she paid $120 to Zus Zusman
man Zusman for sending her two big
spending customers on opening
night in 1955.
"That's a lie, definitely a lie,"
Zusman sputtered. "I- never took
a nickel from' her. I-never sent
her no customers. I never took a
dime from neither one of them."
He suggested that "Big Helen"
was holding out on her partner;
"Little Helen Smalley. by claim.
tag she gave him the $120.
Zusman conceded that he had
visited the .ritzy call, house but
said he was only delivering barbe barbecued
cued barbecued spareribs and iandwiches.
"Methinks thou dost protest too
much," conlmentedl Sen. Sam J.
Ervuk Jr. (D-NCb applying a
Shakespearean quote to Zusman's
deman for a lie detector test.
"Senator, I doflt
that," Zusmsn said.
Ike Ask Congress
.WASHINGTON, March 7 (UP)
President Eisenhower asked Con Congress
gress Congress yesterday to permit Great
Britain to postpone payments due-
on a $4,372,000,000 U.S. loan.
The payment due each year for
seven years is 138 million dollars,
including 81.6 million dollars in
Last December Britain claimed
the right to waive interest due for
1956. It did so when it began to
efel the economic pinch of Ha mili military
tary military operation against Egypt.
Treasury -secretary' George M.
Humphrey later worked out an
amendment to the original loan
agreement and the. President to today
day today recommended 'Congress ap approve
prove approve it as "a common sense so solution"
lution" solution" to the situation.
The .amendment would allow
Britain to postpone' not more than
the aevea annual payments when
the level of British gold and for-"
eign e xchange reserves makes
such action necessary.
. The 1956 interest payment would
be postponed, not waived, as the
British -originally requested.
In addition Britain .would give
up any right to claim any waiver
or cancellation of interest pay payments.
ments. payments. It formally bad such, a
right. 'j.- .'
Furthermore, the British would
have to pay annual interest on the
full amount of- all- postponed in installments..
stallments.. installments.. "' The. original, agreement con contained
tained contained a .provision for. cancelling
interest payments under elab-
orately defined conditions, but the
President told Congress this ac
tion had become impossible te
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' kch 7-(UP)-A frightened
s hite integration sympathizer
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1 JHUi V2. DAILY NEWSPAPER
Panama: Jte fit an
'Let thp people know the truth and the country is safe Ahraham Lincoln.'
Birmingham, Ala., where he uas
set upon yesterday by a mob of
. -:'r white men.
' t Lamar Weaver, 29-year-old
J 1 Jclerk and frequent speaker at
"integration rallies, said he n
' "scared to death" and will
' -move his family from the city
and the state "for good.
?-" 'IS said he did not "know
t where I'm going" but would try
ft "Jell the world" about the ra-al-situation
Weaver has been given per per--
- per-- mRslon to submit a written re-
podi to the Senate subcommittee
, Weaver credited his escape in
, ih melee of rock throwing and
list swinging to a reporter who
tinfVed several men wnu wcic
rvinff tO erab Weaver as uc
""f -- ...
jn, rns car ai a parR.i"
T Weaver was fined $30 in Re-
' orders court a snon nine
rward for rocketing into traf traf-J
J traf-J lir-with his Cadillac convertible
' sfter the crowd had smashed
; thi windows wnn paving
ann siasneu uie
Weaver had asked for an im immediate
mediate immediate trial so he could leave
f liht incident followed Weav Weav-l
l Weav-l 7 tT"S tisit to a railway terminal
, a witness while the Rev. F.
i I tlr'Sbuttlesworth, Neirro inte inte-n
n inte-n 'Oration leader in Binnintr Binnintr-'a.m,
'a.m, Binnintr-'a.m, befan hte uneventful
' 'JiUeyrated" railway trip to
! 2Sfihiuttlesworth said he was not
, fljolested either jn the rajUwav
v"- atatlpn, where he and his wife
, us a white waiting room, or on
th-jtrain, and said he d'd not
' be&ve the mob that set ,upon
' yrttntfla indicative of the true
people of Birmingham,"
If :- The
: Judge's Bench
it .- ft--' : ...
' Hiplito ; Sevfllano; 47, Colom-
hian was fined $10 in Balboa Ma Magistrate's
gistrate's Magistrate's Court today for having
nencrtificat of inspection for his
bus.-He paid an additional $5 for a
Rudolph Theodore Ward, 27, Pa Panamanian,
namanian, Panamanian, paid $10 for having no
, driver's license.
' .Imposition of sentence was sus suspended
pended suspended for him on a charge of
Waving the scene of an accident. I
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2 X U T
PARRIS ISLAND, .., March 7
(UP) A drill instructor charged
with striking 11 Marine recruits
goes later today before a court
martial board in the 10th abuse
case since the publicized 195 6
The trial of Cpl. William R.
Walsh, 25, of Lyndhurst, N.J., was
the fourth to be convened at this
4. I. i. i i
jeauieiiiecn naming uase m nic
past two weeks.
Ont ncrult allegedly struck
by Walsh was Pvt. David Lee
Porter, 18, of Hertford, Vt.r
whose letter to his father touch touched
ed touched off investigations which led
to the current series Of trials.
Porter wrote of being hit with a
Walsh was called before a spe
cial court martial, which is supe superior
rior superior to a summary court in which
some of the drill instructors were
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PANAMA, R. p THURSDAY, MARCH 7, 1957
Island Marine Instructor Faces
Martial; San biego Convictions; 19
A general court martial last Ju July
ly July and August tried the publlczed
case of former S-Sgt. Matthew C.
McKeon for leading recruits on an
unauthorized death march in which
six recruits were drowned.
McKeon was convicted of negli negligence
gence negligence but acquitted of more seri serious
ous serious charges in connection with the
march into a tidal swamp on the
base on the night of April 8, 1956.
McKeon was reduced in rank.
given brig confinement,' fine and
removed from command of re
Bat records show 21 drill in instructors
structors instructors have been tried since
last May 1, nine of them for of offenses
fenses offenses allegedly occurring before
the death march. Three of those
nine were convicted.
Of the 12 tried for offenses since
the April death march, records
show, there have been eight con
victions, including two convictions
in the three cases tried in the past
Col. Robert T. Vance, chief of
staff of the recruit training com
mand here, pointed out that there
have been: more such cases at the
smaller Marine training base at
San Diego, Calif.
While the Parris Island cases
have attracted more public at attention,
tention, attention, Vance said, there have
To Delaware Ports
NEW CASTLE, Det.' March 7
(UP) A nayal g?solin tender
ana a Lioerian freighter collided
with a terrific explosion at "the
Graveyard of Ships" on the Del
ware River today and vie hours
later the tanker sank, blocking the
The coast guard reports 49 sur
vivors and listed an estimated 16
earn en missing, all of them from
the tanker Mission of San Francis
co. Among the missing was the
Mission's captain, William Allen,
of Houston, Tex.
Both vessels exploded in flames
upon impact, rocking homes on
both slues of the river. The sound
was heard as far away as Mary Maryland.
land. Maryland. The Mission was nearly cut in
two. The coast guard said the
tanker, still blazing, went down
and blocked the channel leading
to the Delaware River ports of
Trenton, N.J., Wilmington, Del.,
I & 4S 3 S
Shows: 2:52. 4:52, 6:52, 8:
3E X 2
u m urn
been If convictions since May T
at the San Diego Marine "boot
Partis Island, with 571 drill in
structors, trained 28,763 recruits
from May 1, 1956, to Feb. 1, 1957,,
while San Diego's 435 drill instruc instructors
tors instructors trained 27,606 recruits during
the same period.
Vance said the number of mal-'
treatment cases is small consider
ins the number of men involved.
He Said the training program has
been, revamped a d improved
Since the death march case.
i Two recruits have been convict convicted
ed convicted of falsely accusing drill instruc
tors during the 10 month period,
English Spa Resort
Seeks Inquiry Info
High Baby Mortality
CHELTENHAM. Eng.. March 1
(UP) This Spa resort town to-
aay sougnt a government inquiry
inio me mystery oi its tiny babies
without a chance to live.
The infant mortality rate here
has risen to : 29 per 1,000 and
health : officials said many of the
babies died because they were
too small to survive.
Dr. George Bramlev. the town's
medical officer, said "staggering
number" of babies were being
porn unqer a pounas 4 ounces,
some as small as 2 pounds.
There was no apparent explana explanation
tion explanation for ; the abnorm al births, so
the Gloucestershire County Health
committee; decided yesterday i to
as me Ministry of Health for a
One county councillor, Mrs. E.
E. Hopkins, suggested that the us
of reducing pills by expectant
mothers might be the cause. But
there was no evidence to support
The city's water supply was rul ruled
ed ruled out as a possible cause because
it is part of the county, system,
and the infant death rate outside
the town is only 20 in 1,000.
NIXON IN ACCRA Vice President Nixon chats with nine-year-old
Stella NUcoi following his arrival at Accra, Gold Coast.
Former British Colony Ghana Jubilant
At Freedom Won Through Brotherhood
ACCRA. Ghana (UP) Africa
g aye birth today to its first native
Negro nation, Ghana, a former
British colony that won freedom
through brotherhood, not by guns.
The 4.7 million people of the
new state danced, sang, prayed
and shouted ia celebration while
their premier wept with joy in a
ceremony that mingled brass
bands and Jungle drums.
Ai the last stroke of midnight
the British Union Jack was low lowered
ered lowered and the Ghana flag a gold
and red-greea standard wita a
single black star was raised in
New FUf Raised
American dueated Premier
IKwime Kkmmah miesed the flagi
ceremony to attend the dissolution
of the last British Gold Coast co
lonial parliament. The first parlia-j
ment of independent Ghana took
VS. Vie Preaideat Siefcard 1U
'the records showed. Each got 25
idays in the brig and a $40 fine.
Ho Passport Seen
For Hevsman Vho
Vent To Red China
1 WASHINGTON, March 7(UP) -The
State Department is expected
to turn down the request of W i 1 1-liam
liam 1-liam Worthy, Baltimore newsman
who travelled to Red Chiina, for a
renewal of his passport. It was
Informants also said .'the State
Department already has turned
down another application by Phi
lip Potter, Far -Eastern c o r r e e-spondent
spondent e-spondent for the Baltimore Sun,
for permission to travel to Red
a reporter for the Bal
timore Afro-American, was one of
the three Americans who defied a
State Department ban against go
ing to Communist China. The oth
ers were Edmund Stevens and Phi
lip Harrington of Look magazine.
Upon his return from Red Chi China
na China Worthy refused to give up his
passport as requested by the State State-Department.
Department. State-Department. About 10 days ago he
sent the passport to the depart department
ment department and formally applied for a
renewal. The passport expired
Raiders Attack s
In North Ireland
DERRYLIN, Northern Ireland,
March 7 (UP) Raiders launch
ed another attack on security
forces here today just after yes yesterday's
terday's yesterday's vote counting' in the Irish
general election ended.
Raiders struck at the police
barracks here with rifle and ma ma-chinegun
chinegun ma-chinegun fire, seriously wounding
The raiders were driven, off aft
er a 15-mlnute exchange of fire
with police shortly after midnight.
Nixon and hi wife, Pat, were
among the delegates of 72 nations
who were on hand for the historic
As the parliamentary ceremony
ended, jubilant followers hoisted
ACCRA, Ghana. March 7
(UP) Joyevs sad lumping
Ghaaams celebrating tKeir cw cw-try's
try's cw-try's independence befer down
today recked to a police band
cerype rendirten ef "Jaguar
The sona. la rhvthm that
rounds like a blend of Caribbean1
cabpee and South Amotcan Sam
oa, is about a girt asking
H .hi is
who has "bee to" Enalend.
"Have r boon to U.K..?
"Move yew oet o eer?
"Have yew got PrifieVire
"Have yow got Jagvorf
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AIR CREWS from the Caribbean Air Command 'ire given Survival Trainin g 1 ust in case' tliev
have to "walk home." No matter what type' of aircraft the 'pilot flies, whether a trainer or
fast Jet bomber like the B-47 pictured above, Jie must 'always, be ready for an 'emergency
t, 4- ou,' i (Official USAF Photo)
Complete Jungle Survival Equipment
To Be Seen At Armed Forces Dav Show
During the Joint Armed Forces
Day program on March 16 at Al-
brook AFB, people of Panama
and Zone will be given an oppor opportunity
tunity opportunity to see a complete
jungle survival display including
all jungle survival equipment unit united
ed united States Air Force pilots use dur during
ing during in-flight emergencies.
Jungle survival teaches Air
Force flyers to "walk home from
emergencies that force them down
in jungle terrain." This training
has been conducted for Caribbean
Air Command personnel for manvi
vears. however, in 1954 the train
ing was streamlined and the latest
practical instructions included in
the course consisting of three
The first is life saving which
starts at the moment an in-flight
emergency occurs and i stresses
getting out of one's parachute in
tree and water landings. This
phase also includes instructions in
water safety and handling rubber
To see if the class has learned
their lesson, they are dispatch dispatched
ed dispatched in an Air Force crash rescue
boat to make an actual life raft
landing on one of tha many
The second phase, includes re refresher
fresher refresher firing of survival weapons
and signal flares, and demonstra
Wesl Point Graduate
Faces Court Martial
On Espionage Charge
HUNTSVILLE, Ala. (W) A
court martial board was being
drawn tip today to-try Col. John
C. Nickerspn on charges of vio.
lating security regulations by
leaking guided missile secrets.
Nickerson, 41-y ear-old West
Point graduate and decorated vet
eran of World War II. said he is
confident he will "come out of
thi with a whole skin."
A 3rd Army spokesman in At Atlanta
lanta Atlanta indicated that names of the
court-martial board would be an announced
nounced announced today. A trial date has
not been set.
Nickerson is charged with vio violating
lating violating security regulations in doc documents
uments documents sent to several congress congressmen
men congressmen and newsmen. In the docu documents,
ments, documents, he is said to have criti
cized a Defense Department or
der removing resnonsibility for
certain euided missiles from the
Armv to the Air Force.
In an interview wHh Scripps-
Howard writer Jim Lucas, NicK NicK-erton
erton NicK-erton said he welcomed the trial
but is "particularly bitter" about
one ot the cnarges wnicn spcus
"Anvone who knows me," he
said "knows I would never do
anything to harm these United
"I knew these documents could
not be used to the detriment or
the United States. On the con contrary.
trary. contrary. I knew .they would be help
The colonel could face 10 years
in prison or l0,ooo tine u ne is
convicted of the espionage count.
But his civilian attorney, Robert
K. Bell, said the charges are "un
Kkmmah to their shoulders and
carried him through the tens of
thousands of natives that thronged
the streets and the polo grounds.
"Struggle la Inded" -
The premier, who worked hij
way through Pennsylvania's Lin
coln University like many an
American college boy. spoke to his
"At last the long atruffle is
ended. Ghana is forever free. The
black man baa come into his own
In Africa." v
The crowds of native ii their
gay and flowing togas, the chiefs
aUnding under their umbrellas of
rank, the hundreds of dancers
sweating in the spotlight burst
into a mighty roar.
Then suddenly' there was quiet
for one niaot of silent prayer.
A band broke the stillness with
the new Ghana national anthem
"Ghana, arise, aa independent aa aa-tioa
tioa aa-tioa . woa by your brotherhood,
not by our funs... -
tions of, how lo use survival equip-
uiem tuniainea m tne surviai kit.
. TJie An. Force flyer also learns
about poisonous, and useful plants,
animals and fishes of the tropical
regions, or Central and South A-
menca. students become acquaint'
ed with the "feel" of a snake by
handling a young boa constructor.
This'and many other jungle ani animals
mals animals are kept at the Air: Force
Jungle Survival School so' students
can actually see them before an
informal' introduction in the jun jungle.
The last phase of training .f a
field exercise where applications nf
all Instructions are; performed- by
.ine.stuuents. 'r..: i..-;
A cshort air trlprputs the dasa
in the jungle where they must sustain'-themselves
:by- usin survival
equipment including a jungle ham hammock;
mock; hammock; machete, file.: first-aid kit.
a can of rations,, water purffica-i
uoni taDiets,f insect repellent, fire
starting tabs, a canteen and a yel yellow
low yellow and: blue signal panel. Ifc takei
them, three days to -'walkaflul'J
some 14 to 20 miles while pnvid-J
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LT. GEN. ROBERT M. MONTAGUE, Commander-in-Chief, Car Caribbean
ibbean Caribbean Command,-decorates Cadet SFC Paul Bennett, during
a review given in' General Montague's honor by the Balboa
High School unit of the Canal Zone ROTC, at Balboa Stadium
yesterday. Looking on is Capt. Christopher Wheeler, In charge
... of Balboa ROTC : i
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ing : their, own food and establish establishing,
ing, establishing, camps -each night.
After the three longest days of
their lives, the group, tired and
foot-sore return to Albrook. The
course has been a. success they
got back. Two. of the most im.
portent -thinga the1 learn during
theziieid -exercise are they can
. not hurry through; tropical tor-
rain and they must protect
themselves from -jnsects, pests
-and continual rains.; ;
( After' completing1 the training
suvival equipment: that enables a
safe feturn should the need. ever
arise, alwys is a Ijttle mort re re-spected..u,,?i:..i
spected..u,,?i:..i re-spected..u,,?i:..i iWi, .s ''fj".
'The 'instructors say, "We hope
that the equipment will never be
used and'that.the knowledge we
teach our USAF personnel will
never be needed, but we art'surv
in the1 event. of a Uh-flightemer-;
gencya officers and airmen of .th
Caribbean Ait; Command it Al-
buf safely." c v j
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