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Title:
The Panama American
Portion of title:
Weekend American
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Newspaper
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Publisher:
Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication:
Panama City, Panama
Publication Date:
Frequency:
daily (except saturday and sunday)[may 12, 1973-]
daily[ former oct. 7, 1925-dec. 4, 1966]
daily (except saturday)[ former dec. 10, 1966-may 5, 1973]
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Oct. 7, 1925-
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On Saturday published as: Weekend American, Dec. 10, 1966-May 5, 1973.

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PANAMA, K. P., FRIDAY, MARCH I, 1957
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XAXJGHING QUEEN Camllle Ellis,, who wu.. named Queen of
th policeman' Ball after the vote count was completed last
nlrtit. hag every right -to be happy. he wi reign tonight
at thi Canal Zone police's 19th Annual Ball, which will be
held at the Union Club, j

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Of: PAN AM A

THE NTID o 1.005 feet' of
'- rflr he r th",Co!nn lire
nt jim echoed yes

. terday LI Pa Am!

: In -uetwf fiw
ffecle;f
4 th 1940 Colon holocaust should
- breakout now flremea would be
v Snaweto doiny adequate llre-
Lolof
' :" Inw awT wooden construction
I someere built as lonr W
- In ra mo. the article said.
: wers burned down and .10,000.
ZSZmwett left homeless as a
(JSof tWAprUlS, I940,con-
t ixrSosed v durtothe, seven
monthr rom July IMS
; nary J951M tofjfrice WguttVr

. ;; Inc and supply wv.
;-.f: The' Wajorttyv f4heine
were 1 imposed on merebantt
whVhad bee found tnUty et
; unauthorised ic increae
; ind of havinr c,e"-
Birrert fine ws $250 imposed
on awper-market proprietor
who sold seeds higher than
the pric ceiling set by 'the
"; Mm rifffeOi ,-' '

Seven persons; includinjr four
-:' ehUdren,1 were reported misiOng
ince'tht -end of Carnival, but
one was reported to have re returned
turned returned today home unharmeo.
: '.-iaa t- Cnartet, an employ
ef Payne and Wardlaw, ; was
reported a havinr shown up
t hi. anburhan Panama City
. residence after beta missing
sine Sunday.' No explanation
: fa kia ahaenet was available.,

" Tlw six others still -missing
. are: Adench Bennett, 14; r.Am-

paro Oonzalea Rivera 6;-eia
' r?hon Oulros. S:i Rosa Fernan

des, 15: Secundlno Orteea,
and Oulllermo Apancio,. iz.
Rumors that, the "Carnival
Junta had resigned, en masse
were denied today following the
publication of a communique by
the Junta explaining the organ
ization or tne. Carnival. xesuvi xesuvi--
- xesuvi-- ties and the amount ot he
' money that It had to spend..
The .same newspaper:-. aleo

, quoted official sources to effect

inat AiDerco ooarrio, manager
. of the president Remon, race
f track, has accepted an appoint
! ment as Panamanian Ambassa Ambassa-fdor
fdor Ambassa-fdor to pern.-. .h s f
t This opens the way for former
' Panama consul in Genoa. Roose-
velt Thayer, to i be named to
; Obarrio's race track lob, the pa-
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, Quick action by Msyor Jose
j A. Cajar Escaia and the police
' stymied ast attempt U set ap
. a ah ant 7 town in the heart of
: the San Migvel ; borough of
: Panama City.
The mayor ordered police to
J the open city lot where old lum lum-;
; lum-; ber and boxes were being put to to-,
, to-, gether to build a shanvy, after
1 receiving word of what was go go-slne
slne go-slne on. -.
;! police ordered the rnn, who
was not identUied, to pull down
; the half-built shanty. n 1

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Gels New Post; ;
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Brijr. Gen, MlloH L.,Oedtn.
presently, eommanddng general ef
the 56th Anti-aircraft Brigade, Tort
Devenrfr W ass., will replace Brig.
Geh; louis -.Vfc' Hightower; as depu
ty commanding general,. U.S. Ar
my Caribbean, Secretary of the
Army Wilber M. Brucker announc announced
ed announced yesterday. ;: v.
Hightower; will leavers present
assignment to take over as. chief
of staff, Caribbean Command.
Odgen will arrive here In June
at which time Gen, Hightower will
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WEDNESDAY'S TWINS WERE CATC MAPLES BOTH OF THEM. First to Identify her
from the headless front page photo was Jimmy Ewran, of Diablo Heights. His was the
twentieth call received, at 4:35 pm. Before the 1:30 curfew fell on the calls, well over 100
had been received. Duran gets four tickets to the American Legion Ball March IS (which
Incidentally gives him four chances on a Mifnavox Hl-fl and TV set).

2 Get Suspended
Pen Sentences For
Cocoli Burglary
Walter Jaime Nieto, 25, Pana
manian, and iranklin Joseph hen
hart,' 2U, an American serving
with the Navy, were each sentenc sentenced
ed sentenced to one year in the penitentiary
today when they pleaded guilty to
having burglarized the Cocoli
Service Station last January. v
JErecution of 'their sentences
were suspenaea, nowiver, ana
they were placed onprobauon for
inree years.. ..
The government moved in U.S
District Coort to dismiss charges
against two teenagers who had
been bound over-for trial on the
same burglary charge.
The men released were Hector
Daniel Nash, 17, Salvadorean, and
Andres Magallanes, 18, Panama
nian. Both are Canal Zone resi
dents.
The vouth of the two teenagers
nromnted him to move dismissal.
District Attorney Rowland K. Ha
zard said, today. v';r
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RP Judge Helps
Boy Who
Her CZHome
Vbon the intercession of Pan
ama Juvenile Judge Clara Gon-
7Ale de Behrlnser bn"behalf of

a teenager accused of ftaving. ais"S

tempted ta, burglarize ner quar quarters
ters quarters rn the Canal Zone, a charge
against the boy hai been, dls-
mlsseany.uie uuwn av-
rorney -
. The attemnted burglary -C'
curred at 5:50 a m., Feb. 16. lv
Judge Behringer told th pro prosecuting
secuting prosecuting official that she- nad
arranged for steps to be taken
in PanamA for the rehabilita rehabilitation
tion rehabilitation of Julio- Cesar Castillo, 17,
Panamanian, v ; ; m-1
Because ox this, and the
youth of the defendant, the Ca Canal
nal Canal Zone "government withdrew
Its charge. f.
Judge Behrlnser occupies- Ca
nal Zone quarters by virtue of
being married to an engineer
employed by the Panama CapaL

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rHAiNS ARKvATTACHEn ,toi
Japanese ship Fukusan Maru
. trae tor. John V.. carter, scrap
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60 -cents -an ftouK Jo6 for non-PCers)
Begins as Jap Ship Loads at Balboa

Par started at 7 a.mV today
for the. first gang or steveaores,
and the actual work of. loading
11,000 tons of scrap Iron aboard

one: of the t first'. winch-loads bf!
by Canal -workers and a special
waiting at; tsaicoa to, go aooara
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the Fukusan
8:45,
Martt began V at
At first, the winches for only
two holds were wonting, but by
noon coordinator Jonn v. car
ter, and his son, John V. carter,
Jr., expected to have the rusted
metal, moving Into all five
holds.
The huge tonnage of cargo
was ready strung out along
Piers 14, IS and 18 for hundreds
of yards when the Japanese
vessel docked in Balboa last
night. ,,
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.' The axle of your old auto auto-.
. auto-. mobile was there, and yonr
.neighbor's moffin tin, and.
your dairy's big mlk can, and
, seme excess railroad raUsv Ice
etibe travs from yonr refnger-
ator before last, thonand of
vehicle wheels and an assort assortment
ment assortment of bedsprlnge.
This stuff filled the small
openings between the really-big
machine and bridge parts as assembled
sembled assembled from all over Panama
and the Canal Zone.
Besides the two Carters, a
battery of Panama cl safety
men were on hand this morn morning.
ing. morning. '
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Also overseeing the loading
was the Canal's hesd stevedore
foreman at Balboa, H. W. Jar-
: nis own Canal crews, nam-,
Wring 60 men or mnre.were
picking op scrap from the
pile and loadinr It by hand
nte wooden sk'ps or; skids
swme fire feet sqnare.
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3 Teenage Sons Of Guahfa
Disappear From Home to"

HAVANA, Cuba, March I UP
Three missing teenage' sons of
U. 8. Navy personnel have join
ed Cuban rebels operating In
Oriente Province, according to
informed sources. . t
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The U. 8. Embassy disclosed
yesterday the three youths have
been missing from their Quan Quanta
ta Quanta nemo Naval Base homes since
Feb. 17.
They were identified ax Vic Victor
tor Victor J. Buehlman, 17, son of a

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Scrao rlron: being nut. aboard the
stevedore force hired by con-
totaia ii.uuu tons.
fork-lift truck then moved the
skid to the shipside where it
was picked up by the winches
' (Carter's crews were handling
the loading and stowing aboard
thevshlp Itself. About 60 men
were; aboard today.
-.Carter, .and the Panamanian
shipping ; firm, Geneva; s.A.,
have, been assembling the scrap
at the pier for the past 49 days.
It took six months to accumu accumulate.
late. accumulate. i
'Some of It moved by railroad
car, the Test of it by truck.
! 'As the job proceeds, powerful
magnets attached to crane? will
handle some' of the loads.
Carter !s paying' tbe Canal
cale of 6A cents an hour fo fo-the
the fo-the stevedore laborers, and
the comparable Canal scale
for wshchmen and foremen.
his move is considered precedents-making,
since it Is the
first time a Panama firm or
contractor is known to have
met. the Canal Zone csi for un unskilled
skilled unskilled and semi-skilled labor on
a Job of this kind.
Carter expressed his apore apore-elatlon
elatlon apore-elatlon today of the canal
Comoany's cooperation In per permitting
mitting permitting him to assemble the
scrap en the? docks. Other Otherwise,
wise, Otherwise, he said, it would have
taken 500 railroad can to keep
'the ship working, while the
Panama Railroad has only 24
cars suitable for scrap.
The lob 'is expected to take
five or six days. Men will work!
In three elrht-hour shifts a-i
round' the clock.
commander; Charles E. Ryan
Jr., 17, son of a hospital corps-
man, and Michael L. Garvey. 15,
son or a chief, a nation ma machinist
chinist machinist mate.
According to the embassy the
youths disappeared simultane
ously from their homes on the
giant naval base Feb. 17. A
spokesman said there was "rea "reason
son "reason to believe" they still are In
Oriente Province where both
the Naval base and the Sierra
Maestra Mountains art located.

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Egypt Gives OK
As Israelis Qim

Last Conquests
CAIRO, March 8 (UP) Egypt opened the Suez Ca Ca-rial
rial Ca-rial today to small ships (500 tons or under) and prepar prepared
ed prepared to speed clearance of, the entire waterway when tht
last Israel troops leave. Sharm el Sheikh.
The 400-ton Lebanese freighter Farida sailed south
from Port Said at 12:30 p.m. to be the first vessel through
the waterway.
n announcing the opening, Tewfik el Dibcnief cf
the Egyptian Suez Canal authority office at Port Sai
said all ships up to the specified weight limit coul 3
transit the canal on condition they pay tolls to Egypt
British and French ships were included in the order,
but it appeared that Israeli vessels were excluded auto automatically
matically automatically as they have been since 1948.

Within a few hours the Canal
authority was expected to give
the clearance go anead to Lt. Gen.
Haymonl A. Wheeler, in charea
ot U.M. salvage operations.
' Only two major obstruction
remain before tne Canal can
opened to tankers and truant-
L art Jf,.JO,UO(l ton Jtbowf th w
LPl ine wariijne i.iDertjF.'ship),.,
But dredging may be necessary
before larger sviips cart pats, v
The two obstructions were the!
sunken tug Edgar Bonnet which
lies across the canal at kilometer
mark 74, approximately midway
down tne canal irom fort Said.
The other is the frigate Abukir
which blocks entrance to the port
oi auez irom tne canai.
The Farida was loaded with' tim
er irom Beirut bound tor Jeddah
Saudi Arabia. Four other, small
Lebanese freighters the Shatik
Hussein. Khaled and Maha also
entered the Canal today.
The last 150 Israeli combat
treopa sailed from Sharm el
Sheikh at 4 p.m. today compltt-
Man Lands In Jail
For Knocking Down
American Woman
An American woman night
club entertainer was knocked
down on Tlvoll Avenue by an
assailant as she walked home
from work at dawn On Carnival
Tuesday, the Balboa Magistrate
was told today.
A sharp-eyed Canal Zone po policeman
liceman policeman on patrol had noticed
an unsavory looking yonnsr man
following MlssXvdia Weber, a
Happyland entertainer, on her
way to ner apartment.
presently the policeman saw
Enriaue Zaoata. 17. Panama
nian, grab Miss Weber from be behind
hind behind and throw her to the pave pavement
ment pavement The woman screamed; her as assailant
sailant assailant fled into the Zone nur-
sued bv the policeman who col collared
lared collared him in a gulch near the
Ancon bus stop.
, Zapata was charged lh same
day with battery. btt to'd the
court he did not feel well.
A psychiatric examination was
ordered. report from the Gor Gorges
ges Gorges Hospital filed todav said
Zapata shows no evidence of
osychosl at this time, but that
his intelligence is low.
Zapata was sentenced to 31
days in Jail and a fine of slOO
on the battery charge.

Base Personnel
Rebel" Forces

Well Informed sources told
the United Press" that as re recently
cently recently as a few days ago -the
youths were serving : with the
rebel foreee and were In good
physical condition. ;
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Buehhnan's father; who comes
from Rochester, N. -Y.. reached
by telephone at Guantamano,
said he was very much con concerned"
cerned" concerned" about, his son's where
abouts.
Ho said ha had no Informa

Ingth. final mifltery pollbaclr
from territory captured in the
Sinai war.
.""j depaftin demolition
squads dynamited the Egyptian
pillbozes and gun emplacements
tne Israelis-have occupied since
UCtOber,.r,,.:',,'!.H'.'.i'v. ...
ever u
The "'iasY Israeli military force
pulled out aboard the Israeli fri frigate
gate frigate Iznak which headed just be be-fore
fore be-fore sunset up the gulf of Akara
for Eilat Israel's ohly port on the

disputed gulf.
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MRS. TERESA COMBER,
(above), a translator in the
U.S. Army Caribbean School's
translation section, haa just
retired from employment with
the U.S. government' after
more than 40 years of serv service.
ice. service. The entire 40 year wax
spent in various jobs in aadt
about the Canal Zone,
To mark the occasion, Mrs.
a party and-CoL Oines Perez,
Comber's fellow employes held
U.S. Army Caribbean School
commandant, presented her
with a letter of appreciation
from the commanding gen general
eral general of the UJ3. Army Carib Caribbean,
bean, Caribbean, Maj. Gen. Thomas X.
Harrold.
Mrs. Comber came to the
Canal Zone from Spain in
1903. She began working for
the U.S. government here at
the age of 14. She was mar married
ried married to the late William G.
Comber, and has a married
dauehter, Barbara, who lives
in Greeley. Colo.
Mrs. Comber plans to visit
first In Orlando-. Fla and
then with ber daughter In
Colorado.
tion that his son had joint!
the retoeli .
1 Bluehlman said an three be i
left similar notes saying the ?
were lesving and no to worry.
But they gave no reasons frr
their actions, he aid. None cf
the families have heard Iron
the boya since.
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was in the hands of Naval I
authorities who are invests
ing the dlsappearanca.

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THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPERS

. FRIDAY, MARCH 1, 195J

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THIS IS YOUR FORUM THE READERS OWN COLUMN
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: To Mail Baa Is an forum for rssdin of Tha Panama American,
tters ara received gratefully and ars handled in a wholly confidential
uaaar.
J If you confributa a letter don't ba impatient if it doain't appear tha
next day. Letters ara publiihad in th ordtr racaivad.
, : Plaata try ta kacp th lttra limited to on pag length.
I Identity of latter wcitera i held in strictest confidence,
j This newspaper assumes, no rasponsibility for statements or opinions
Expressed in letters from readers.
I THE MAIL BOX

Labor Mews

And

Comment

Boring the Fans to Death in the Afternoon

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LIGHT TRAFFIC

Car Owner

niahin Amazinst Maze had driven tbrough Santa Cjaus

line (Dlablo'a Traffic Lights), on Wednesday evening, Feb. 27

ait 4 p.ro.j be would have seen now a wi o muiiey, iiinvim4 uu
libor was spent to jam traffic at this junction at Diablo.
' Wednesday evening the traffic lights were not working and
one noted instantly that traffic proceeded freely without the
jjims caused sy these lights. Maybe these lights should be dis

connected permanepwy.
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o.iy.n.. ,,r lttH hrown doe. was ttentle and loving; she

Ousted everyone, even you, Unidentified Dog-Killer, it was her
bad luck to be at the corner of Fourth Street, Coco Solito,
Thursday'. Feb. 28 at 3:30 p.m. You ran -over her with your car
and left her with a broken back .while you went your merry
Tfray, laughing with your friends. Oh, yes! Dog-killing is a
Wonderful sport. ..for some ;PWPJ-

fi Tf win wer wirivinK over uue nuuwcu ohvcu u

PttAi pnniri Pftsilv have been a child.

If, on the other hand, you were driving slowly, was Princess

deprived of me by a crui, cnuu v"m
!v wh. th. dav of retribution comes, remember to laugh

igaln.
' t ' Princess' Ex-Owner

'? By VICTOR RIESE(,

inere'i a busy fellow in Pitts Pitts-burgh
burgh Pitts-burgh who's been trimming others
as often as he does his cuticles. Ko

T.u .1 De-?n aDle to -parlay job
With the Common T.shnrei-o TTninn

" u vu.VU
into a career which put 100 nairs of

oiiucB ana to guns in ms closet
and folding money in each of the
pockets. Finally th Federals clos closed
ed closed in on him.
What troubled this Nick Stirone
was not the Federals as much as
traumatic realism of not being able
to, match each pair of shoes with
a suit, as you and I can do. I raise

ue gustening image of Stirone to
personalize the new-issue of the

uy ana me newest oi the nouveau
nche the big money unionists.
For that's what the Senate select

committee nearjngs on racketeer

mg are all about the power of
man uthn n..l.i ; ...

u.u ttiiu jinijajr uiuuna una weaim

wmcn is au tied up in cash.
If you'll forgive me the axprt axprt-sion,
sion, axprt-sion, th hero of th current
prob is Frank Brwtr, proai
dnt of tha Wstrn Conforonce
of Toamtrs, hertaman, sport
and mkr of city officials.

, I'm 20 years of

And reading.
nd elsewhere
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HONG KONG PEN PAL

ncr and mv hobbies are collecting stamps

I would like to correspond with people la Panama

(Miss) Hjordis Eriksen,
3 Prat Avenue,
1st Floor,
Kowloon,
Hong Kong.

SQUEAKS AND WIGGLES

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n.'sii aVfttf: w feel that you Fr ankle Lymon fans know

V t ,Vta- me'rm snvli-lo is true.

i A "Cool Kitten" said that she has met Elvis. We only wish

Xhar. had hint that honor.

T We feel that If they an get somebody as awful as Frankie
down here, they'd be proving that they're pretty cheap if they
can't afford to get our wonderful boy, Elvis, down here.
f w feel that some attempt ought to be made to get Elvi

!own her. Th places would be so crowded that an ant would
bo taklnsr an awful chance trying to crawl through. Elvis would

sliso bring gobs of money.
J- We'd also like to quote our school newspaper about the re
atult of a noil taken from the homerooms:

i "There was no doubt in tabulating the votes for male singer

lf the year that Elvis (1-A) Presley was the favorite, far ahead

of second nlace Pat Boone. These two singers poued aoout s

of tha total vote. The remaining top ten, in order were Fisher,

lymon, Sinatra, Crosby (Bing), Como, Laine, Martin and Lan
a."

! So, what do you now say about our wonderful, sensational

Doy. Elvis? Huh?
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LA BOCA CLEANUP

I suggested the "Off limits' and "No loitering" signs for La

Boca. I also referred to children taking their parents commls-

aary cards, to buy for contrabandists. I deplore the failure to

co-operate with a police, officer in the execution of his dutv.

; As La Boca Non-resident, writing in the Mail Box, referred to

my statements as aosuro, i nope he win suggest some better
Ideas. For Instance, he could volunteer his services' for the
Canal Zone police, or the Contraband Control Section.
J Or would he prefer trying to persuade the magistrates and
judges of the Canal Zone that they should not fine or Jail peo people
ple people for loitering?
. But until he comes up with better ideas than mine, he's in
?o position to call my suggestions absurd. I live in La Boca
nd I don't hide behind a nom-de-plume.
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Brother Brewster Is a heavy
spender with whims like iron to
which he catered as did others. So

it was inevitable that the U.S. Trea

sury uept. should take a pleasur pleasurable
able pleasurable view of such opulence. The re report
port report Is that on looking deeper into
Mr. Brewster's generosity they
found that it did not extenri in suf.

ficient contributions' to the Internal

itevenue service. In fact, the Trea Treasury
sury Treasury Dept. figured that Brother
Brewster had unwittingly or cynic cynically
ally cynically underestimated his debt to so

ciety by several hundred thousand

dollars.

This really didnt make Brother

Brewster a second class citizen in
the Teamsters. There also appar apparently
ently apparently is quite a difference of opi opinion
nion opinion between Brewster's chief,
Dave Beck, and the income tax
people. All of which you can find
in the hands of the Senate probing
committee If you look oast some

of the frills of the sessions which

come under the heading of "Call

Me Madam."
Now the story inside the Team

sters Brotherhood, a meaningful

phrase at this moment., is that

Brewster called together the lead

ers oi the Western Conference of

Teamsters from the 11 states it

covers and explained his finan

cial plight. He needed funds to re

pay those insistent Treasury peo

ple. Could the leaders dig into their

pocxets ana lena mm tne money?
Sure they could. But one fellow

came up with an even warmer,
more fraternal thought in this
brotherhood of men.

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WASHINGTON There is more
than meets the eye behind the sen sensational
sational sensational parade of narcotics ad addicts,
dicts, addicts, underworld characters, petty

gammers, ana maaams mat sen.
McCIellan Of Arkansas has hrnnrht

nciuie ms committee nuring his

prone ottne Teamsters.
One of th most Intersstlng,
nd on the surface inexplicable
features is tap recording of at at-J?'..eonveriations
J?'..eonveriations at-J?'..eonveriations linking the
Dutriet Attorney of Portland,
Or.; William Langley, t alleged
Teamster representative, plus
testimony that Langley took con contribution
tribution contribution from Big Jim Elkins,
convicted narcotics smuggler and
wr.-;' '-. -K; y.A Vi-s. .!

Langley is a Democra tx He

comes from a family of nmncrafB

wno were Democrats ihm it

wasnt too profitable to be a Demo

crat in Oreeon. His fsthir tufnr

mm was oisinct attorney. .

eoin naa exceuent reputations,
both were considered somewhat an'

ti-labor. Labor," with one v excep exception,
tion, exception, never supported them.

1. nannen to hav vnnwn i th

Langley family datine back about1

ou years, ine story of youngvLang-
ley S having accented mmwv anH

unujs cuuspirea wjm petty card'

mum uperaioi-s ana lesmstpr r.

rana noys sounded fishy to me. I

went 10 mm. Here is his side of the

case, a story which I believe to be

true.- -.

TEAMSTERS SWITCH'

Young Langley's Opponent for dl-

Jews Turn Tables
By PETER EDS0N

"I ,aro advised that prosUtution
is bemg carried on In itbe citv of
tt tht t0mi TiocaUonS?
Moddl fimm, Vj ui

Villa Rooms, S N.W. 3rd Avenue'
BeUevue Hotel, 30S, w. 12th A,
venue; Rostway Rooms. 231 s w
Washtagton St i ci.re8,Hote3H
?m5$L& property 170
07 N v f?" StV; DrP"y at 31 31-07
07 31-07 N.E; Rodney Ave nrt,,

4928 frK. Hawtnorn. ilylTl

y,,fwn.as Zenith Rooms.
cause houses of
prostitution to be nermanantl., i.

1 SUBeest their ilna k. t

fectively accomplished by placmg
a uniformed ppiiceman in front oi
each location.
VHOUSeS Ot DrOHfihltinn

of law violatorsr My program of

w cmuiccuieni wuj not permit
such conditions to exist.'"
r u'l'Y "T9. "'Police
Chief Purceil asked him net to
writ any more letters. He want.,
d the information by telephone.
Langley refused. Pureed ha d
been puf jr, office pertly with the
becking ofBIg Jim Elkins and
Ms friend, Cty Councilman Stan.
Wy Ein
Laoidev hati Pim in inn

Patterson of Oregon a

who orieinally advisui kin J

the information to doIIm in

ing, not by phone. That way; the
Republican Governor aHul.. 4k.

strict attorney, John McCourt, TO rasi,tt,
a liberal Remihlinan ,h h.A ko-I? wueinad to act.

stronc for labor, had .iw.v. i.LA:! r.e!su? .r .thes letters, a lot

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deaixned for tm mediate treatment oi gas casualties and, re
eueritatloa d drowning, elertri shock or suflocatioa victims
is dsmceiatrated by medieal aid men at the Army Chemical
Center In Cdxewood. aid. The device consists of a modified
Arm gas snssk, as anesthetic mask, two) boses and a purifies purifies-tioa
tioa purifies-tioa canister. As the rescuer inhales, air is draw into tha
purtflcattoa canister (os ictus's cheat), purified and trapped
is ths boss lesdmg to the anesthetic mask placed ores- the
victim face. When the rescuer exbalss. the ourlfied sir la

Into Lb victims lungs.

Why not borrow th memy
from th union itself? So the
loans were authorised. Now I'm
not privy to th secret Treasury
Dept. reports. But the Senators
are. They may soon rvl just
hew ail this was handled.

Borrowing money from a union

or lending its dues dollars for tav

erns and more gaucne investments

to prove that a house, even of lab

or, may not be a home, is a matter

of taste.

But observe this there is an

enormous amount of money being

made out of the leadership of some

unions. Just total ail inose thou

sands of dollars which were hand

led as private funds of the officials

Just try to estimate what the in-

come must have been for a man to
fall behind several hundred thou

sand dollars in taxes.

That's the moral Issue the AFL-

CIO national leadership now faces

as the Senate committee prepares

to open similar hearings on the O

Derating Engineers and then on

down the chain of command of the

mob network.

This issue will lead to a bitter
internal fight which may wall
split th jtvewly mrgd AFL-CIO
within the next six months.
Word is that AFL president

r.eorire Meany is positively deter

mined to treat the federation's big-;

cest union, the 1.400,000 member

Teamsters,-as. he has the tnree
small unions which will most like-

lv h susoended next May. tie nas

said that he cannot treat the small

outfits differently from the large

ones even if it means expeuing uie

Teamsters. Otherwise mere wouia

he s double standara.

The warning to tne smau unions

included a demand for the ouster

nf h national officers who tolerat

aA unethical oractices. That will

be the word to the Teamos. Before

the leamsiexs ao mi, unj
not drive,- to the nearest exit. This

story hss just oegun.

WASHINGTON CNEA) Two

U.S. State Department employes
stationed abroad wanted to get
married in Israel not long ago. At
the time, no license to perform
the marriage ceremony had been
given to any Protestant by the Is

raeli government. So the young

couple had to fly to Cyprus to be

married.

Last December, National Catho

lic weuare contrence News Serv

ice distributed from Washington
reports from Tel Aviv that four

Catholic and three Greek Ortho Orthodox
dox Orthodox priests had sent a protest to
the Israeli government on "barba "barbarous
rous "barbarous acts of terrorism against
Christisns." i

The incident behind his protest

em r'!Uw7:,D" Ple" motivates everything, accord.

vvwyam iv uie
persecution ot the jewisn neoDie

uj timer races ana religions lor
nearly 2,000 years. In the balance
of world history, the Jewish

ple have always been more sinned
against than sinning on intoler

ance to others

Some Israeli leaders, like former
Foreign Minister Moshe Sherett
and Teddy Kallek. chief of staff

in the premier's office both of
whom have visited Washington
do counsel greater concern hv Is.

raei tor worm puniic opinion.

itiggesi example has been the

expoiaion joi Puu.ooo from Pales

tine to make way. for 700,000 Jew

tian, Manna Mattia Hallak. who

operated a restaurant in Ramleh.

near Tel Aviv, f our Israeli an

iens wanted the Arab to sell his

restaurant. When he refused, he

was beaten, stabbed to death and

robbed of valuables worth the e
quivalent of $1,800.

PUBLICATION OF THIS report

in parocmai papers arew an im

mediate protest from Israeli con

sular officials in the United States
It was pointed out that the Jem-

salem Post had carried six stories

en the crime They did not men
tion it as an anti-Christian act.

But the seven priests citied it

as a typical example of vindictive

treatment wheh had created fear

and apprehension In three Chris
Uan communities in Israel.
On Feb. 20. Israeli Premier Da

vid Ben Gurion set up a commit

tee to investigate abuses against

the mission schools. There are 30

or 40 of these schools in Israel o o-perated
perated o-perated by both Catholics and Pro

testants. Some nave been in opera

tion for years.

Many, well-to-do Jewisn xamiues

send their ehiiaren to tnese

schools for a western education.

This the rabbis don't like. Bills

have been introduced in the Israe

li Knesset to punish Jewish par

ents who send their children to

mission schools.

These three relatively unimpor

tant stories are being cited here

as understandable examples of Is

raeli nsveholorr. They are said

to exnlain what motivates the Is

raeli eovernment and why it has

been so impervious to world pub

lie opinion in the crisis ever with

drawal of Israeli troops from Ga

ga and Aqaba

was he murder of an Arab Chris-fish, immigrants In 1948. The Israe

li jusuueauon is mat tney did, not
plan to have ths Arabs leave,. In

actual practce, obstacles have

been put in the way of the Arab

refugees over returning to their

former homes, or being paid.
IN TRYING TO rationalize such

actions, articles much franker and

lar more critical than anything re

ported here have been written by
Jews themselves and printed in
"Commentary," the Jewish month

ly review.
They have recognized that Israe
was founded by Jews dedicated
to setting up a Jewish state
which would be racially and reli religiously
giously religiously homogeneous. It is said
that their leaders' self -centered be

lief that they are the "chosen peo-1

ing to "Commentary

tney are jealous of their new
sovereignty. They are unhappy to
see United Nations forces in their

country, even in their limited au
thority as "observers" today.

The real Israeli objective is in

terpreted as a desire to ease the

United Nations out of Israel, so

that its people will be masters of
their own country. In such an at

mosphere, a contrary world opi

nion is held to be relatively hnim-

portant

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But toward the end of his last
election race In October 154, the
Teamsters phoned his father te
say that they had discovered Mc
Court was backed by Big Jim
Elkins, the leader sf the gamb gambling
ling gambling world, so they were coming
out for Langley. They did. ':
However, the noise the teamsters

made for Langley in those last

two weeks probably did not over.

come their previous 25 years of op-

position.
' Langley says he accepted no
money from the Teamsters, but
they did spend some money on his I

behalf and handed out literature

for him. .-. ;
What reaUy won him the elee

tion was his promise to solve the

murder of a teen-age baby sitter

py a uiinese and his white wife.

He solved it and secured a convic

tion by getting Tom Maktney.- who

has figured in the Senate hearirits

and taken the Mh Amendment, to

go io vninaiown ana dig up a key

Witness. ; .,.

Maloney was anwrt of noolroom

hanger-on d Errand; y, oy for
Frank Brewstes et theTeamsters.

And Langley used, aim 'to get in

lormauoa on tne underworld. In

eluding houses of prostitution. That
was why he paid Maloney money
and why.it was easy to record tele

phone conversations with him.
Maloney in turn was usinr a

character named Leo Plotkin, who

sold lingerie and cheap jewelry to

tne sporting gins in Portland broth brothels,
els, brothels, to get information for Langley.

uuiru, ana ne startea a

io -get" Langley.
telephone.

closed

camnaien

He bugged his

PHONY RECORDINGS?

LANGLEY'S LETTERS
Using this information, Lanelev

wrote about a dozen letters to Po

nce Chief James Purceil demand demanding
ing demanding that the houses be closed. Here
is one of his letters: i
"Dear Chief Purceil:'

One Sunday morning in July 1955
Big Jim Elkins came to Langley's
home with a sheaf of letters fm

Purceil and demanded that Lang Langley
ley Langley stop writing them. Langley said
?e.i)l'?ne1 to keeP n writing and
told Elkins to leave. , i
Three months later he

wlth a. typewritten transcript.! -of
Langley's alleged conversations

nu saia: win cost you $10,000
to get the tape recordinis of those

conversations."
Nrf il. ilTam... ti t:

,1 ; uiuuu.j, joijj jim came
when Langley was not. at home. He

enterea tne nodse despite Mrs.
Langley's protests and started to
play the tape recordings, "I'H
leave these here for $10,000," he
said. Mrs, Langley fled the house,
took refuge In the bom of a neigh
bor. j
1 Later the recordings were print-,'
ed in the Portland Oresonian and

won journalistic nrke. They nut

Langley in the position of consplr
mg with Maloney and, McLaughlin1 :

conauct unaerworid operations;
Langley claims they are doctored;
and he has .evidence to prove it.
Nevertheless, he was indicted

last summer for "conspiracy to
commit malfeasance." He has not
yet been tried and for that reason

may plead the 5th Amendment if

caned as a Senate witness.
It is. of course, ouite easy ts

doctor tape recordings. Any sound
expert at a radio station can show
you how it can be done, which is
why the Supreme Court will not
permit them to be used in evidence.-'
V !'.-,.
This Is a small part of the eomnli-

cated Teamsters investleation tes

timony before the Senate that ths

public Isn't getting.

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FRIDAY, MARCH j. 1957
Geii. Montague To; Address Gradiiate
West PpintersiOn 155th Anniversary

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Lt. Gen. Robert M. Mpntague,

COIUUlallUBI-lU-CIllCt wic v"
bean Command, will apeak to grad graduates
uates graduates of West Point and former
cadets on March 14 as the armed
services mark thel55th anniversa-
ry of the founding of the; United
States Military Academy on March
.18 '
Gan. Montagu will speak dur
ing t dinnr which will begin at
' 4:30 p.m., March 14, at the Fort
Clayton Officer' Matt for grad graduates
uates graduates of the Acadamy and former :
cadet. :yyr:(iY--HlJ'"v

- There are an estimated 110 West

Point graduates and (ormer caeis
in the Canal Zone. ; s :
Further observance of the an anniversary,
niversary, anniversary, of the institution includes
a special Army Hour program on
the 155th, Anniversary of West Point
- over Radio CFN at 6:30 p.m. March
14, according to Jim Pattison, CFN
program director
The committee which V planning
the Canal Zone tbservance of the
anniversary includes .Col,. F. J.
Tate J Maj. 5 Dallas L.'vKnolU; Jr.;
Capt. John C. Maple; Capt.. Wil William
liam William ,T. Fipps: Capt, Jack, W. SpU SpU-.ler;
.ler; SpU-.ler; and Jst Lt Eugene IFitisim-

mons. ,.
Mk Gen. .Garrison H. Davidson,
superintendent of the Academy in
statement prepared for the an anniversary,
niversary, anniversary, said, "On this, the 155th
anniversary of the founding, of our
alma mater, I bring you greetings
from all at West Point who, in our
turn, are doing our best to preserve
and enhance the fine traditions and
rich heritage handed down to us by
the long gray line. ''!..',

Trinity Methodist
Church To Gel

Hew

"Word has been received from
the Rev. an4 Mrs. Victor J. Wat Wat-son!
son! Wat-son! newly appointe4 missionaries
to the Trinity Methodist, Church,
that they will arrive on the Isthmtis
on' Thursday, March 14 .at. 1:15
. p'.m. i ' ' ( ;
They will be met at the airport
y the Rev. Ephraim Alphonse, de deputy
puty deputy chairman of the Central A A-merican
merican A-merican district and superinten superintendent
dent superintendent of the Panama Colon circuit,
the Rev. and Mrs. Peter B. Swin Swin-glehurst,
glehurst, Swin-glehurst, and othe church officers.
A community service of wel wel-Mma
Mma wel-Mma will h held on Friday eve-

.Inff March 15. at 7:30 at the

flliileH

Representatives from the church-i-
in the circuit, and the eommu eommu-nirv
nirv eommu-nirv reoresented by Norman C.

' Brown, are expected to attend.

:i J iirilbr College

' "Our alma mater is still the fine
place you Remember it to be. Dur During
ing During the short eight months I have
been superintendent, the more 1

have marveled M the exceptional

quality oi our west roint educa education.
tion. education. Our standards are traditional traditionally
ly traditionally high. The instruction is thorough
and intimate. It is presented by de dedicated,
dicated, dedicated, eager and capable offi officers.
cers. officers. It ,is balanced; and extends
equally to all facets of the cadet's
development t-moral, mental a nd
physical. It is Carried on in the
pursuit of daily duties, extending
from reveille to taps. I am more
convinced than ever that our alma
mater offers an all-around educa education,
tion, education, unequaled by any civilian col

lege oi university."

Cadet f irst captain and Brigade

. j sa m i

uommanaer vvuiiam i. nucxaoee,

said, "We of the corps of cadets ex

tend best wishes to all graduates

in the armed forces. Your outstand

ing iecord of service to our coun country,
try, country, your keen competitive spirit

a viiai wj men ui our proiession
and your high 'sense of integrity

have provided W, with goals to

wnich we all, aspire. -.

Any. graduate of West Point or

former cadet at West Point who
has hot been contacted by a mem member
ber member of the committee planning the
local observance and who would

like; to -attend the dinner March 14

may call capt. Maple at 2-2194
to make arrangements, ,, ,

Bodybuilding Is
Not Deductible,
US Govt. Warns

WASHINGTON. March 8 fUP)

The government warned the tired

tycoon today be cannot nick Uncle

Sam for the price of his body

building vacations or clubs.
The Internal Revenue Service

recently became alarmed at ad advertisements
vertisements advertisements in financial publica

tions which billed executive over-;

hauls and health restoring pro-!

grams at resort hotels as tax

deductible.

The; service admitted that va

cations and athletic club fees

probably were "beneficial to the
general health' of the weary mag magnate.
nate. magnate. But lt refused to accept any
claim that they are "business ex expenses."
penses." expenses." Such spending, it said, consti

tutes "personal or living -expens
es," and cannot be deducted Un

less they were incurred soieiy

for business purposes."

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Winners Chosen

In Fort Kobbe
Talent Finals
Winners were named in five ca

tesories in the Fort Kobbe talent

finals held at tne a-oddc service
Club last week.
In the individual soloist catego category
ry category Pfc. Johnny Dowdell of "A"

Company was aeciarea winner.
Pfc. Billy Haynes of Hqs. Co., 1st

Bn.. emereea on top m me inuivi

dual speciality competition.
pu. nnn..i,i. 11 oli7Horpc" walk.

I iir uuuuiai f v.

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with their rhythm ana mues renai

tions. In the Instrumental catego catego-rv
rv catego-rv th nuartet known as "Coniun-

to Latino" sang and played tneir

way to the title.
One of the highlights of the pro program
gram program was' the winning speciality
act presented by Sp3 Richard Mas Mas-sev
sev Mas-sev and Pvt. Wilber Hand, who

call themselves the "Cornbread
Twins."
The show was adjudged a huge
success again this year by the o o-verflow
verflow o-verflow crowd In attendance.

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ef CarnivaL As everybody knows,

the next morning there was the
traditional burying-of-the-flsh.
-I've lived here in Panama all

my life, but this, -is the first tme III
I've had an.opportunty to witness T1

this traditional scene, i wisn l naa
taken a camera along,' but sice

I didn t, and many JEer s didn't
last long enough to see it-for them

selves, I'd like to tell them about
it.
Along with Ralph Connor (of
HUnwen fame). I ended ud at

the Union Club a few minutes be-J

lore a.m. Alter nemg reiusca en entrance
trance entrance (private party, it seemed),

we went up to the French rlaza
to watch from that vantage point,
and it turned out to be the grand grandstand
stand grandstand aeat for the festivities.
Differing from he usual proce procedure,
dure, procedure, the Union Club conducted- a
buuial at sea.a hd, .to the tune
of the funeral march, a small cas casket,
ket, casket, hearing the corpse (I guess
that's the word) of the fish, was
thrown into the sea: Dramtically,
the music .stopped and as if it
were planned, we heard the crown crowning
ing crowning of a cock, signifying the dan
of day. The sun came up, Illumi Illuminating
nating Illuminating the fishing fleet anchored
in Panama Bay; and the tiny cas casket
ket casket drifted In the tide.
Flowery words these, 1 suppose,
but it was an impressive ceremo ceremony
ny ceremony and a traditional part of Pana Panama's
ma's Panama's CarnivaL The whole nation
had succumbed to the hectic festi festivities,
vities, festivities, and the burial of the f i s h
Imttiul tha ml rj tha trAAn and

bailes. And althought it was late
in the evening (or early in the
morning, whichever you prefer),
I wouldn't have missed it for the
world. After all, there's only one
Carnival a year
Among those JCers that d 1 d
manage to stay awake 'were Ray
Nickisher and Doug Schmidt; must
have done great in class the next
day. .Dick Horner and Lee
Greene, along -with George G e r r-chow,
chow, r-chow, and Larry and' Jerry Irwin
kept things rolling on the Atlantic
side. -. .Candidate for most gulli gullible'!
ble'! gullible'! Don Rentfrow, who believed
that Frankie Lymon was going to
sing in the Lounge Wednesday. .
Ask Murray Corrigan to tell you
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Question: What JC femme, first
initial of Janyce, needed dark
glasses ra Tuesday? Next ques question:
tion: question: Lee Greene ; was cry im-
retsed by what gal from the At At-intie
intie At-intie side? 7
- This has been a beetle week for
very body, and, like most, yours
truly has a term paper to do. I
hate to leave oa such a sour note,
but exams are due in a couple

.weeks, too. Bye, bye!

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honor of Capt. Rodiman's mother,
Mrs: E. W. Rndimnn nf North.

ampton, Mass. and Cresceni, Flor
ida, who is visiting Capt. and

Mrs, Rodimaris

On Wednesday several other vis visiting
iting visiting mothers and their daughters

were guests. Among those present
were. Mrs. A. R. St. Angelo and
her mother Mrs Koch; Mrs. Bruce

carpenter and. her mother Mis,
Fell; Mrs. F. R. Johnson and her

moiner-m-iaw Mrs. jonnson; Mrs

Virginia Stitch and her mother

Mrs. Ora Ewing and Mrs. J. C

rnompson.

Prtukt-Strickland

Marriage Plans

Mr. and Mrs. Perry W. Strick-

land of Balboa announce the en engagement
gagement engagement of their daughter Aneela

to Mr Herman Leopold Preuks
Jr. of Quarry Heights. Mr. Preuks

is the son of Mrs. Theresa Preuks

and the late Mr. Herman Preuks
of Mesa, Arizona.

The wedding will take place at

3:30 p.m. at Ft. Clayton ChaDel.l

jviarcn a. cnapiain Frances

Parents Shoudn't Fear
Laying Down The Law

-A FEW slmole nrecautions by --M as either, natural enemy

parents would cut down consider- of teen-agers or grownup who is
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Louis will be the officiating minis-j SoTwhatThings lire suitable ad

ably on the mistakes of their teen
aeers and the trouble that adoles

cents from good homes get into as
a result of those mistakes. :
If you have a teen-age daughter,
vou should always know where she

its going, who is going to be with

her, and wnen sne expects 10 dk

home.
Furthermore, let her know that

if she changes her plans or finds

shi will be later than sne tnougni,

that she -is to get to a telephone

and give you a can.
i.t her know that you expect

her to'bring a date into the living
rnnm und introduce him. ,If she

knows a boy is going to have to

pass her parents' inspection, a gin

is sure to oe a uuie more unruviu-
nhnnt which bovs she dates.

a teen-age crowa in your nomc uu-

nton.nop rrnwfi in vour name uu

phnnornnc-d. That is lust asking for

trouble, and you would be wise U

explain to your aaugmer mat juu
are merely protecting her reputa reputation,
tion, reputation, a priceless thing.
DON'T be bullied into thinking
you have to let your daughter do

whatever sne ciaims u mc uuic.u
in her crowd are going to do. You

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tUSS ANGELA STRICKLAND, whose marriage to Mr. Herman
sopold Preuks Jr. will take place March 23 at Fort Clayton
CJhapel. Miss Strickland is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Perry
1! Strickland of Balboa.

ISITING VICE PRESIDENT OF BOLIVIA

FETED AT MANX PARTIES HERE

The Vice-President of Bolivia, Dr.

visit to Panama, has been guest

ftuflo Chavez Ortiz,

who is making- an official

I! of honor at several parties since his arrival.

The Minister of Foreign Relations, Don Aquilino Boyd,
Jjgave a champagnada in his honor at the Chancellory yes yes-it
it yes-it terday evening. Earlier in the day Temistocles Diaz Q.,
j Vice-President of the Republic of Panama, gave a luncheon
'for him in the Salon Panama at the Hotel El Panama.
; ,.,Thierening the Bolivian Charge d'Aff aires Dr. Cesar
,Faye and.Mrs. Faye will give a reception at the Legation in
9 honor, of he distinguished visitor.

leruvUn Minister
Of Aurieulhire
tie-lffifiimsf of Agriculture of
-m Ing.'Ignacio Macias, who is
siting here, was guest of honor
el luncheon given at the Union
Oiub,yesterday by Mario le Die

go, manager of I.F.E. (Institute
for Economic Development.)
Mr. Rodimanv4 f
Gives Taa Parties
For Housaguesr
Mrs. Warner S. Rodiman enter entertained
tained entertained at tea on two successive

days, Wednnsday and Thursday in is anticipated. 8

Flower Arrangement
Class Invited To .
Morgan's Gardens
All members of the newly orga
nized morning slass in Flower Ar

rangement currently conducted at

the Balboa YMCA-USO are invit

ed to visit Morgan Gardens at
4:30 p. m. Sunday at which time

Mrs. Pat Morgan will conduct a

tour of the garden.

Also invited are those who were

unable to attend the opening ses

sion, as well as families and
friends.
Visitors are requested to park
at the foot of the hill near ths en entrance
trance entrance to the garden where space
is provided for many cars.
Those who wish to enroll in this
course may do so on March 11
when Mrs. Morgan will review the

first lesson as well as present new
material. The course is open to
all and there is no charge.
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what aren't for your daughter at

i year of her girinooa. fso aou i

.a ia day iNo to any teen-ace

aemana.
And what if you have a teen-age

son? Anotner day we ll go into a

tew rules for teen-age boys.

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be hieh-Dressured out of doing

what von know is right.

Turn a deaf ear, too, to your
daughter's cry that she won't be
nimiinr if she can't do this or do

that. A girl's popularity at 15 or

16 isn't nearly so important as uie
kind of girl she will be and the
kind of reputation she will have at

18 or 20.
Mat fripnds with your teen-age

daughter s friends and open your

house to tnem. u you are uuim,
but dignified, and not too critical
in small things, you won t be re-

B ridge Tournament
Between Paraiso,
Santa Cruz Clubs
A friendly tournament of con

tract bridge between the Paraiso

and. Gav Aces clubs, the latter

from Santa Crik, will getjindef

way at 2:30 p.m. Sunday at the
Paraiso Gymnasium.
For the past month both clubs

have been getting in shape by reg regular
ular regular practice and keen competition

Rafmhes and soethw M
K tkin IrritatioM. Mj
A Mmana alto acta rfiTCA
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(PC-A) Alfred Katz. Unit

ed Artists Home Office foreign

department executive, arrive
in Panama -on Friday (March

8. 1957) one of a series of stops

m a tour of the company's of offices
fices offices in Central and South A A-merica.
merica. A-merica. During his six-week trip, Mr

iiatz win aiso visit Mexico, uu uu-ba,
ba, uu-ba, Peru. Chile,- Argentina, u-

rugua, Brazil, Trinidad, Vene
zuela and Puerto Rico.

Mr. Katz will outline to UA

managers and distributors the

company's impressive lineup oi

products for the coming year

ana discuss tne, extensive dis distribution
tribution distribution and promotional plans
for the Latin-American territo territories.
ries. territories. In addition, Mr. Katz will
give added impetus to UA's 1957
International Sales Drive and
spark a series of events tying in
with the .worldwide celebration

of United Artists Week, which

will be observed from June 30
to July 6.

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DOCTOR'S WIVES STUDY PROGRAM Three .members of thef rfectorsHWlveit!lub''In' th
Canal Zone study the program of entertainment their club has planned for-wives of visiting 1
delegates and speakers to the Second Inter-American Medical Convention which will-beheld
at the University of Panama and the Hotpl El Panama, April 3, 4 and" 3.- Fiot& left to Tight
are. shown Mrs- L, E. Fontaine, Mrs. R. A. Arosemena and Mrs: K. K.? Turner.- :, i ?
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Moonlight Cruise

Of Canal Planned

By Church Croups

A three-hour cruise of Gatun

Lake Is being planned for Fri Friday,
day, Friday, March 15.

There are accommodations for

300 persons for this moonlight
cruise, according to Rev. Elmer
O. Nels6n, who can be contacted
at Balboa 2602 lor information
and, reservations.

Various churches and milita

ry chapels are participating, and
there will be a planned program

ospei singing, .testimonies

US Claims Hungary

Rep PoriertVfca t

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Gamboa at 7:30 p.m. and return
at 10:30 p.m.

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WASHINGTON,- Marcli fr-(UP)-The
United 'States today angrily

accused Comunist Hungary of

interferring with ; visitors to the

U.S. Legation at Budapest. It said

some disappeared after ..leaving
the legation.
The State Department vigorous vigorously
ly vigorously protested this "incivility7' in a
note delivered to the Hungarian

Legation here. A similar note was
handed to the Hungarian Foreign
Ministry in Budapest,., yesterday
by American Charge D'Aff aires

Spencer Barnes. '? r

The' department said tiniformed
Hungarian police end persons in

civilian clothes have been 'score

hending Hungarian citizens" after

tney visited tne legation. A De

partment spokesman, said harass harassment
ment harassment of the visitors has. been go

ing on tor some weess.,
"Reliable reports hav stated

that such persona were in many
cases taken to a nearby assembly
point for interrogation ; regarding

their visit to the legation and that

in some cases uese persons nave
since not returnedto. the'r

homM. ihe ,U.Si note said.

" Hungary hai beeil ruled by the

soviet puppet regime of janos Ka Ka-dar
dar Ka-dar since shortly, after the Hun Hungarian
garian Hungarian revolt late last year.' Dur During
ing During the rebellion the United States
protested the stationing of Russian
tanks in front ot -the legation.
The note told the Hungarians
the United States? "requests and

expects" that interference with le

gation visitors will be perma permanently
nently permanently discontinued in the future."
It denounced the "unusual viola violation
tion violation of the customary treatment
accorded diplomatic missions."
The United States did not object
to "normal verification checks of
Hungarian citizens" visiting the
legation. V

"In this case," however," the sular activities.

Now Carries Pislol

WASHINGTON,-March S (UP)
Rep. Charles O: Porter; "dis-
closed todas he has een carrying
a pistol since he denounced the
regime of Dominican strong-man
Rafael Trujillo. t
SThe Oregon Democrat said ha
hid received no threat) but be believed
lieved believed there was a possibility of
harm, to him and his family.- 'r x
"Friends have told nte'lshoiilt
take these precautions because
these folks stop at nothing." hi

aid..y-v ,:":ri'zr, "Sr.--.-

In ;e recent House r speech he -accused.
Trujillo .of having a hand
id the disappearance of Gerald L,
Murphy r. free-lance pilot, from
Oregon who ; vanished in the Do Dominican'
minican' Dominican' Republic,: under strange
circumstance. Y p'''(y ,l:
, Porter said he applied '"for the

permit to carry a pistol eve
before he delivered" the speech.

V 'Inf6i!lmaUoii3 from p6llce and

other sources convinced me .that

mv denunciation of the Dominican-

dictator meant possible danger ...to
me and my family," he said, -j

Ported does ' wr the wea

pon on the House floor w tfe r

rules prohibit nrearms. ne leaves
it in his office and picks' it' up 1
for his daily trips between Wash

ineten and his noma at nearer

Falls Church, Va,

note, said, "the action was 10 job
viouslv d fr e c t e d soecificallr

asainst visitors that It has consti

tuted- interference, with the leg v

tion 1 normal diplomatic, and con
sular activities." ...

CARD OF THANKS

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take this means to, x$mt deipett : apprciat for)
and sincere thanks for tha mantfesoWof.conV, i
dolence and .kind sympathy shown during tha ra-;'i;

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' GETTING READY Princess Grace of MonacMs holding hep
lVe-weekd daughter Princess Caroline before ,lhe royal In'-.
, lanfr, was formally introduced ,Jto a crowd, of Monagasques
gathered In the courtyard j outside the royal,., palace. v The

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Annual Sprln Carnival

Soon At Ft. Kobb.

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Mrs. John G. Appel are In charge

of the concession committee. Ke

Th Youths Activities iCoundl, of I freshments will be handled by a

Fort Kobbe announced their an i committee composed of Mai. and

nvaiwm ce neiaiMrs. v. xxoyes. vapi. ana mis.

Charles F. Smith and Capt. and
Mr R anhaAl Mnrrilv .. -i

The collection of pies and cakes
for sale at the Carnival is under

the supervision of Mai 'and Mrs

K. Winkler. Publicity 'is being han

dled y ix. vol. n. liose ana

U. Col.-T. M. B. Hicks. I

v There will be children's prizes
and adult prizes. The adult prizos
will be of a more expensive na

ture than the children's and will

d given away ai oooins catering

to adus.'

nual sorine Carnival-will be held

ir.k oq v inri "JIV frnm .8:30

p.m. to 10:00 p.m In Hangar .No.

mA BT. nrE IVIIIIUC. t..,, A 'r -.. v ;

OVer 40 booths will be set up byl
participating organizations and ac 1

tivltles at r ort a.uudc. o.ue uuuuis
will iriclude miniature railroads,
movie theaters, parachute drops,
pinball arcades, ham and turkey
tank rides, aircraft inspectiri,
booths, money x pitching, d tfT
games wheels of H chance, bingo,

sling shot shooting, squirt gun
shooting and food such as cotton
candy, hot. dogs, hamburgers and

oft drinks.

' All 'units' or the 2"0th : Infantry

Regiment located : at ort Koooe
are building and operating at
least n booth as are the 937th

Engineers, 544th MPs, 55st Enei-j

neers ana tne Army avibuou xjv
tachment. Many units are ; spon spon-cnrincr
cnrincr spon-cnrincr mnrfi than one booth.'

; Post organizations represented

witn Dooms are me tuu ouuutti,
Rnv and Girl- Scouts. Brownies,

NCOi Wives' Club, Little, League,

Club, Riding Club and the Bucca

neer J) lying uiun. r
Mrs: BettV Rose, is chairman of

the Carnival committee. The prize

committee is ,neaaea oy ana
Mrs. John K. Ottley.- U. Col. and

Each notice for inclusion In this
column should be submittal in.,
typa-written form and mailad
th boa aiuntbar listed daily in 4So-'
Cial and Otherwise,", or dalivonad
by hand to tha office. .Notices of
meetings cannot be accepted by
telephone,

Historical Soeloty .'
Meets- Tuesday '

Dr. Juan Antonio Susto.i Perma

nent Secretary of the Academy of
History in Panama and GoL Le-

roy C Glodell, outstanding lectur lecturer
er lecturer en Fort San Lorenzo, wilt be
the sneakers at the. next meeting

of the Isthmian Historical Society

to be held on Tuesday. March 12

at 7;30p.m. m me xivoii truest
House.. Dr. Susto will streak on Old

Panama and CoL Glodell will

show slides of recent discovenes
at Ft San Lorenzo and Portobelo.

Also on the program will be a

panel composed of wsons and
daughters of Old Timers of Con

struction-Days. The fare:, George

Fitzgerald,. John Winter Collins

and A. M. Bouche Jr. All meet

ings of the Society are public.

Miss Charlotte Corbett
Visits Sister
At Ft. Kobbe '

M-Sgt. and Mrs. Ernest Goobie.

of Ft. Kobbe, have been entertain

ing Mrs. Goobie's sister," Charlotte
Corbett, who is en route to the
United States. Miss Corbett has

been with tfce State Dept. in Rot Rotterdam,
terdam, Rotterdam, Holland, Naples,. Italy and
Recife. Brazil. Miss Corbett will

spend the spring and summer
months .la Denver. Colorado, be

fore returning to her home in Pro J

viaence, Kftode island.

Nixon Leaves Ghana

For Three-Day Tour

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CfA-O The Cararval parade mtaJt more- lntresttnr by the tw emits photographed
atxrre. The Neethl ewlnf machine entry was a replic of a raastey, ene ef Panama's choicest
fmiu; tbe Olympia t7Tritr"i float was a water melon. On the Necchl Tehicle rede, the
fiTe-yer little firl, Lourdni anet. eperatint: the newjnt; marhtne. On the Irmpie vehicle,
rode attrsrth-e Hisa Carlot Jaramilo. eorn of tbe perotnr at Can' Admirable, distrl distrl-rjttrs
rjttrs distrl-rjttrs ef hfth irnrhin. farre rrowrf followed bh rarv allured by tbe Lottery tickets
that were being dorr?cd Ij 4be prr u.:y c'.ad Saa E.is ma.Jena, I

Of Liberian Capital

(UP) Vice President Richard M.

nixon arrived for a three-day
visit in Liberia today to pay his

respects & to America's elnsMt

menu in Africa.

Liberia, a republic about the

size or lennessee, was founded

110 years ago by former Ameri.

can slaves.. It has patterned its
national life after that Of the Unit

ed Mates, and even the Liberian

flag resembles the U.S. stars and

stripes.

Nixon flew here in -three hnnr

from Accra. Ghana, which form.

ally proclaimed its independence

irom .Britain in colorful ceremon

les yesterday. Monrovia is 600

miles west of Accra. r

He was met at the American-

built airport by Liberian Vice

President William Tolbert Jr..

other top government officials

and U.S. Ambassador Richard L.

Jones.

About 200 natives braved the

blazing, hot sun at the airport to

wave American flags and shout

greetings) to Nixon and his wife,
Pat. e

t Tbe airport is IS miles from the

city of Monrovia, capital ef Libe

ria, but Noxon halted the motor

cade several times to shake hands

with throngs of 'smiling natives

who lined the roadside.
Nixon, wearing a ton bat and

morning coat, drove to the execu

tive mansion to exchange greet greetings
ings greetings 1 with 62-year-old President
rill! PL.J...k lK.kM..

Wiilism buiutiu tiuwiu.
The nation's : tiny army gave

Nixon a 21-gun salute.
l!ev Drugs May Give
Profeclion Against
A-Domb Radiation

MEMPHIS, Tenn. (UP) A
scientist! said, today 'the Atomic

Enera-v Commission .'. apparently

had advanced r step, nearer its
goal of orotecting- population

masses from deadly effects of

atomic radiation. .

Dr. Richard 8. 'Overman, In
charge of onmate tests of a newly

developed drug called aet, said it

has proved 100 per cent exxecuve

thus far in tests with monkeys
exposed to X-rays.'

Tbe drug bears tne scientific
nsme aminoeihylisoothloulonium.
But Overman : said the recent

disclosure of these test results by
AEC personnel was "premature
because relatively few monkeys
have beet tested thus f ar. v k

Furthermore, be said, the tests

on the monkeys and test on thou thousands
sands thousands of mice at the National

Laboratory at Oak Ridge, Teen.,

have involved only gamma rays.

only one type of lethal atomic ra-

fdiation, ..- ;

Thus far, he said, no one knows

whether it will protect : against
other deadly rays from' atomic
explosions and atomic fall-out that

endanger whoie populations. -Overman
aairl the orimate test

ing program at the University of

l enneaeee meaicu acuuvt uiiu uiiu-cates
cates uiiu-cates the drug is too poisonous for
mass use bv humans although it

can be manufactured inexpensive

ly.-
He predicted some other kind
of drug will prove to be the final

answer, to the radiation danger.

He said no one has been able

to predict when the AEC will

develop drug that win safeguard

Dooulation masses against all the

dangerous radiation rrom atomic

and hydrogen eomos. ,:

Loan Croups Tell

Congress Housing

Action Not Needed

WASHINGTON, March 8 (UPK

There's so need for emergency

government action to bolster the

housing market because it is not
as gloomy as the home builders
picture it, savings i Loan associa associations
tions associations told Congress today.

They opposed proposals to lower

down payments on r HA insured
bousing and to tint' federal

funds into the mortgage market.

However they .recommended rais raising
ing raising the interest rate on GI hous

ing mortgages to 5 per cent .-

- Officiate of the U.S, Savings ft

Loan League presented these i

views to a House Banking sub- l-

committee which is studying bous- ;

ing legisiai&n.

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ond (second from left) graduated from Oub Scout to Boy Scout rank and became a member of Troop
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By OSWALD JACOBY
Written for NEA' Service

MILLER PLEADS NOT GUILTY Playwright Arthur Miller
(left, -husband of actress Marilyn Monroe, talks with his at attorney,
torney, attorney, Joseph Rauh, during bit arraignment -hi Washington
on contempt of Congress charges. Miller pleaded not guilty
to the charge of unlawfully refusing to tell the House Com
! mittee, on Un-American Activities last June whether some of
, r 7 fijg former associates were Communists. ;.

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"THE MOUNTAIN," Opening tomorrow and Sunday at the
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" Caient-" t beauty ANNA KASHFI. making- her American debut in

the suspenseful VlSta Vision, Technicolor thriller. Advt,

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BriJge players indulge! them

selves in many luxuries but the
one they can least afford, is the
unsuccessful grand slam that

cosu botn game and small slam,

North and South blame each
other tor todays extravagance

ana nave -asuecj me to asses the
blame. I have no trouble doine

so. South must be given the full
charre for th debacle and it is
a pity that North had to share

in the loss.

The interesting rjart .ff- fhe
biddlns? begins with Bouth'g five

ciuds. At tnat iciolnt in the bid biddlns:
dlns: biddlns: fouth intended to bid ei either
ther either six or seven and his prob problem
lem problem "was to rtec'de between those
two final contracts. The five
club bid was the start, of a cam cam-naiim
naiim cam-naiim t obtain Information
from North.
North's flve-ritflmon bid wns
cdrrect. At that noint North
mieht well have liMineo risiht.

to sir spaftV but lie contented
himself with the- underbid of

nve.

At this Olnt Rmth ahmild

have been Clearly warned of the

daneer in a wand-slam bid.
North had clearly Indicated
tht there was something, un

satisfactory about his hand and

almost, surely that rnMni that

cold and was having temporary

difficulty with nis Bearing.

rvith his left ear stuffed., with
cotton Mr. Eisenhowr' appealed

to- reporters at me outset oi nis

news conference to speak:' louder

than usual and as distinctly as

possiDle." i

" H described his new ailment

as a temporary difficulty with his
bearing as a result of a bead cold.

Frankly discussing his physical

condition, Mr. Eisenhower said

thei stubborn cough which has hung

on since Inauguration Day had
reached a point where : he had

caught the head cold to go with

it.

'.. Appeared In Coed Spirits
Despite his obvious discomfort,

he appeared in good spirits and
laughed easily and frequently dur during
ing during his first news conference since
Feb. 6.

He couched refrequently j during

the queslion-and-answer session
but said he felt well and that the

cough generally was better.

Physicians have, diagnosed; the

reason for the cough as tracheitis,
or inflammation of the Windpip.

show there is nothing

X-rays

wrong with m.k
chest or lungs.

.Eisenhower's,

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P.M. ifty'W',
4:uu Feature' Review

rauVviiafc's. vui morlte (re (re-'
' (re-' quests i- taken- by phone

UU i.WI ...... L

5:35 What's your F a V o t i t

(cont'd
6:00 Alien, Jacksonl Commen
tarv.

6:15 M,UE RIBBON 43PORTS

- REVIEW iPabsi Been
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(BBC)
7:30 VOA-Report from CA
8:uu Music By Roth

g: 30 Short Story Theater
8:00 You Asked For It (re

quests Uken by phone

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9:30k You Asked Foe It (re-

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COME TO WHITE .HOUSE BEARING GIFTS PresldenT Elsenhower seems ple jed wlth 'tha'
two. bridles that were presented to him. by 'six outstanding; members of the National 4-H Club;.

b we vyuii xiuujc. l0 ngni- wrs. raineia venawe jonnson, jellerson, Ga.: the Presi-

dent and.Miss Annie Gutierrez:
Billy OBrien, Afton, Term.

In rear is Agriculture Secretary Ezra Taft Benson (left) and.

White House Press .Secretary

James C. Hagerty said alter the

news conference that Mrs. Eisen Eisen-hdww
hdww Eisen-hdww now had an inflammation
of the left eustachian tube the

connection between the middle

ear and the nasal passages.

He said the cotton in the Presi President's
dent's President's (ar was soaked in medicin medicinal
al medicinal drops.
Treated By Snyder
He said Mr. Eisenhower first

complained of his head cold and
ear trouble late yesterday and

that he was treated by his person.

al physician Mai. Gen. Howard

McC. Snyder.

.Snvder saw Mr. Eisenhower

again this morning. The president

had -no fever and Snyder did not

plan to order him to bed.

Mr. Elsenhower is expectd to

keep his regular schedule of ap

pointments. He has expressed a

wish in recent days to vo to a
warm, irr climate, possibly Tup-

son, Am., to try w get na oi ise
'V '. '. f

Tomorrow) Saturday, March 9

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n Mr Eisenhower said that whi'

.the AlUdlo East' situatioa looked
, I . l Mill L.J -1 '.4.

nr-nnm, ? im iuu iiu ucu wiui
constant 'details which prevented

his leYhiff the capital at, the me

men.-,.;,. ;

TRt reference to 'the ; moment

may have Indicated he .will try to

fit t a onet warm cuaiaie visit

before ha geea to Bermuda March

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8:15 The Christophers
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9:30 Paris Star Time
10:00 News : -U:05-plns
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Racketeer

Testifies Sheriff Got

$500 Paydff from Gambling Joint

-WASHINGTON, March-8 (UP)
Senate -labor racket lnvestiaa.

tors heard testimony vesterdav

that Mayor Terjy D. SJchrunk. of

roruana, ure., received a sauu
payoff from gambling, joint
while he was serving as sheriff;
Schrunk called (the testimony1 a

"tantastic story'' and said "peM

jury f was committed. However,,
he was not immediately, aues-'

tioned directly about the reported

Racketeer Janies S' EBtins'said

6e was told' that Clifford O.
(Jimmy) Bennett, -operator of the
&Z12 Club, made the paymentt o

im

from raiding

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8:35 Bducatlns Archie
fl:oo-iYour Hit parade
9230 Ray's A Laueh

10:00 Music From Hotel d pan

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10:30 Owl's Nest (requests

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1:00 a.m. Sunday Sign Off.
oft.

IDRIVE-IN

Schrunk to keep h

me piace.
Three others-witnesses testified

that t.hev saw. Schrunk Dick tin

a package Bennett Melt behind a
telephone pole outside bis club on
the night in question. ;
, -' i i - t
, Cited Fer Contempt
When Bennett was caed to the
stand by the Senate committee

he refused to say anything about
the incident. The -.committee

promptly voted ,fo recommend he

be. cited lot contempt ot umaress.

, Schrunk was. elected mayor of
Portland r last year- with support

of, the powerful Teamster Union.
West Coast leaders- of the union

nave neen unKea w preyioua iosii-

mony .witti vice, ana; gaiQDUQg

oppraiuns in roruana. .

. JTormer t Mayor fre'd I, f etsr

son told ; tne v committee py. am.

sters 7: threw their Support to

Schrunk after he refused to fire
Police Chief Jim PurceH, who

bad bees cracking down on vice.
Elkins, who said he was "bank'
rolling", after-hours (ambling in

ties showed up on Sept. 11. 1955,
and "threatened to arrest everyone
leaving the place.., j,
IWrt 'Holding Cot)' r
,vThe wiry-haired racketeer '-stir
witness at the. hearings, said 'the

raid was stirred up by a Team

ster, backed gambler. who thought
Elkins was 'holding, out? protec protection
tion protection money., -. t.
Mrs, Virginia: Jenkins,. V Coa-
rant njAtr KawUm 1a : a ..

then the hat-check girl in the
club, described the raid substanti substantially
ally substantially as Elkins had. -,
She Oudted Bennett savins

acnrunn toia mm tne ciud opera operator
tor operator "had taken care of everybody

use out naa lorgotten mja." ghe
said Bennett ; asked her for a

manila envelope which she under

stood ne wanted to hold money

mr aenruna., i ft

.John W. Vance, a "ancer

patient who said he was posted
in .the club by Elkins, testified
that Bennett asked his advice
about paying Schrunk $500. He

said i Bennett then i counted out

money and put it is the envelope.

Elkins testified'' he had neeh

making payments to Thomas E.
Maloney and Joseph P. McLaugh McLaughlin,
lin, McLaughlin, two Seattle, Wash., gamblers
allegedly sent to 'Portland, to or organize
ganize organize vice and- gambling. He

said they were dissatisfied rwithl

yvnat ,tney na been, getting from
the 8212 Club., ..,-, :.
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Elkins faid Bennett told liirti'h

paid Schrunk ttoo because.it was
"better to give him- that "than
have the place pinched and Day

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Benderroog With Aanie.,

Fel(a Witiwtsev..rraAMlrtHvi.V

dtr"'iatrotmen:'KWerila Tlerfe

mann and Lowell Amtmdson
said tbeyvand'1 Patrolman Richard

Sotter- aw Benaatt -cross- the

street and put something behind
a - telephone ,. pole. -' They said

Schrunk. walked over and 'sicked

w up, i i t

Tiedemann. said 1 Sutter re

marked: "That croored so of a
bitch." -Frank Daniels, an unem

ployed bartender, said ha also

saw scnrunK pick up tne package.
Laura' Stone,-ElkJns' bookkeep bookkeeper,
er, bookkeeper, said' Bennett .wss $300 short
when he returned Elkins' $100
bankroll after the gambling house
closed. '.'., a

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Vilh Local iiifrjss ;
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Two men at Fort' Gulidt are rich richer
er richer for treating their luck in Vthe
monthly; photo contest currently

m progress at the Fort; Gulick

service Club. -, ?

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Tie. Joseph J. Tomko walked a

way with the February first place
award of $10 with his entry "The
Soy, and the ; Beach while Sp3
nice. Bleckert's entry f a quick

snot of dancers -Harnett and Dunn'

won him Second place,- $5.

'Both; wen are assigned to-the

U.S. Army Caribbean school : at

Fort Gunekv "' i-.

Entries In the monthly 1 photo

contest are limited to those taken

in the service club, photos taken
daring a service club sightseeing
or beach tour, or photos taken of

a perioral ance durwf a service

club program. , -.-

The wbnin bfctnrea wiD he se

lected -and displayed en the club

bulletin board by the 10th of each

Bye Bye Pap

So long friends I

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TE2 PANAMA AMERICAN
AN INDEPENPENT DART NEWSPAFEB
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I!te Hci-iSs Off Pcssfcla Party Rift -Py
DoostshVlIcn for NY Governor
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' WASHINGTON, March 8 "(UP) "(UP)-'
' "(UP)-' President Eisenhower'! advocacy
' of lormer'GOP National Chairman
teonarct Hall for Gqvernof of Now

. xorx appeared loaay io nave neaa neaa-ed
ed neaa-ed off a possible serious party rift

Mr. Eisenhower joined with par-

, ty leaders is praising Hall last
night at a reception In Hall's honor;
The President -coupled his praise

vitn ms unprecedented poos; tor
Hall as 4ossible candidate for
Governor of New York. .

., The President acted to' head .off

a possible rut on'y a few hours ai-

, ter his press coiuerence remarks
. earlier in the day had caused some
X resentment within the party. s
. 'Mr. Eisenhower startled a hum hum-ber
ber hum-ber of party stalwarts with aq off offhand
hand offhand remark to reporters that it
; was 'news' to him that Hall might
want a 'high post ,Jn the govern-
tnent. '
The remark added fuel to com-
plaints of soma of Hall's most loy

al friends among "the GOP "old

guard' that the former national

chairman had been deliberately

White House spokesmen at the
time of Hall's departure from the

National committee had said in i

President looked forward to the

continued service of Mall in pub'tt

life That appeared to (be a clear

indication that a federal job was

awaiting mm. ,-'Hall,
'Hall, ,-'Hall, who directed the GOP to
its landslide presidential victory
last year, had refused comment
on the President's remark that

there was no prospective vacancy

in the administration for him.

But friends aaid he was nurt and

somewhat bitter. However,. 'Hall

jett no ooudi woay. mat ne was oe

lighted with .Mr.. Else n h o w r's

statement, at tne reception last

nieht that if Len Hall wants to run

lor governor of new yoh ne go
ing to have one booster in me."

New; Officers Elected For Chapter
Of Federal Government Accountants

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' Newly-elected officers of the for the association bulletin and
-Canal Zone Chapter of the Fed- other appropriate .publications,
: eral Government Accpuutants I and encourages members to

PERSONNEL' of 'the Naval Commuhicatlon Station, at Headquarters, 15th Naval District, proc process
ess process the many messages received daily over the station's teletype machines.- Panama and Ca Ca-naf'Zone
naf'Zone Ca-naf'Zone residents 'will have a chance to gain first hand knowledge of the working of a na naval
val naval communication station by attending the display at Armed Forces Day, .March 16, at Air
'prook Air Force Base.

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Naval

Communicat

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Job

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On

March

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A.or.iB.t.inn took office i yester

day to serve through June du,

1958.

"' rhe offlcera 'are Philin 'L.

' 'fitters. 3t rtesldent: Frank'' W

, Blandtn,. Vice-President; and

Kicnara' m. eaui, occtaij
4 Treasurer. The chapter repre.
sentative to deal with the Na

'. tional Association la Maj. A. A

Tisone.

Tn directors, eachOf vhotn

- heads a; committee, are;

1 chiiriea R- Heard, srhose meet-
. Ins: committee arranges places.

for all meetings or me cnaywi

and the chapter executive com.
mittet, 4 ; -j : :

Thomaa Hi Scott, whose mem-
bership committee handles ap ap-plications
plications ap-plications for membership and
Vencouragei 'eligible individuate

to om tne associauon ana par
tleipat In It activiti,-
' ". Vivian tMadlem," "whoae re
parch committee conducts stud

les of accounting- and auditing

matters" oi Renenn uiiBicoi, vu
the members, and of others by

special request. ?.H ; .)

leo M. FaTrot, whose educa-

v tion committee cooperates wun
rincfttinnfll Institutions with

particular regard to tne enuc-

onal requirement oi eow

r"f",r"-r t-.T..

!Myrott X;.?Frank -whose edltO-

fiat committee eaivs
''. aH articles written by fnembets

:"?fiill:

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, v KOSK DOWN In this photo,!
Halt MKHWak fw Va V'vttf

fMBCNBuu jiw avaev
T. tone, the OA Navy's dirigible!
, Los Angrlea stand on, Its
1 bos at a mooring tower at
. Ukehurst, X., after the 700 700-foot
foot 700-foot craft was flipped bT
. turbulent breeze In. 1821 The
: airship- wa undamaged audi
none of 1U erew was tajured.i

write such articles.

Floyd H. Baldwin, whose pro

grams committee arranges tne
program for the regular month monthly
ly monthly meetings of the chapter.
Ralph K. Skinner, whose pub publicity
licity publicity committee arranges for
suitable publicity regard 1 n g
meetings and other activities of
the chapter. ,
President Steers also appoint appointed
ed appointed chairmen for three addition
al committees. These are:1
. Committee on cooperation
with other nrofessfonai organi

zations, headed by Norman XL
Demers. Finance,' Committee.

headed by Frank, W. Blandin.

Governor Potter will make the

formal presentation o f the
charter from the National Asso

ciation to tne canal -zone Chap

ter on Apru 4. at a dinner

meeting.

Red China Releases

US Kissfonaiy Held

Captive Five Years

TOKYO. March,! UPV

ummunist China has released

American m i s s i n a r y Paul

; viacivensen, ir, jrom prison
Radio Peiping announced todayi

.Theitev.rMacensen,s32,a lu-theram'missAonary-
from Baltimore,
Md4 was f arrested at ; Tsinirtao

iv years ? age t pa charges -of
-'threatening tb security" of

vfiiun. ure. vuiunuaiai proaacaiv
said.His five-year prisoav sentence

expirea yesteraay. . r
: Nina otter Amerieans still are

held pr l s o a e r in Communist
China. They include five mission missionaries,,
aries,, missionaries,, two .businessmen and two
Army civilians. Franciscan Driest

rnlgenee Gross ef Omaha.: Neb..

is scheduled for release- March 2

American authorities at Honff

Kong expected 4he missionary .to

croea me Doroer rrom China at

that point., but there was no im

mediate indication when he would
arrive. He- last was known to be

in prison in Shanghai. sm.

Officials of the unUed Lutheran

Church In America said a letter
and money had been held for the
missionary ia Hong Kong for the

past two yearst

The Rev. MacKentea'a Barents.

the Rev. and Mrs. Paul 1. Mac-

Vatican C- nf Baltlmm.

ceived two letters from their soa

in-' 1955 informing them he was
"well and sound of body. mind

ana spirn. i -

t His release follows years of ef-

? ion on us- oenaii oy nis parents,

the United Lutharaa Church, the

Lutheran World Federation, the

U JS. State. Department and the
United Nations. : i.
Although a .member', of 'the
American Lutheran Church,, the

Mac&ensen was called as a
missionary of the United Lutheran
Church in America in 1AM. He

sailed- for China in August, 194,
and went to Tsingtao to begin hisg
ministry 'after one year of study
at The School of Oriental Last-

guaga and tuiture ta reipjig.
Afin! Dr.!3S Prhcn

Rc2sl To Mm

NEW YORK, March I CCP1 -1

A literary agent said todar he

had rejected a request from San
Qoeatia Prison 'authorities to re

run the manuscript ef Convict

Cam Chessman s utt botL-

. Jomt Longstreta vaid ho bmed.

to sell tne mtaascripc titled Tba
Face at Justice to pobHiher

The secretly written, 166,000-

wora novel, typed oa otuonskin
yaper,- was tie- econd book
smuggled eat et the CaSfornia
prisoa by. the condemned kidnap-

'Tapist- -' : )-
Longstreth said Chess it a, who

ta fotnmta. to use a typewriter
to wort on legal documents, ap ap-partnUy
partnUy ap-partnUy wrote the new novel

while prioa guards thought he
wss working oa aa appeal. Coo Coo-victed
victed Coo-victed and sentenced to death for
kidnaping and rp ia IMS. Chey.

ma a has appealed to the .U.S. j

supreme bourt ror toe seveath
tin.- -i' r
Prisoa authorities gve Cbest Cbest-ntn
ntn Cbest-ntn penniKsion to wnte his first

Naval, communications is one of

the moat complex jobs to be found.
. .Few people realize this complex

ity untu they nave, had an oppor

tunity, to visit a large communica

tions stations such as the one in-l

operation: at. the 15th Naval. Dis
trie. ,,.'..

'''Actual titled ,' the "U.'S. Naval
Commuhieation Station, Balboa,
this facility is- responsible for all

JNava communications in this area
Headed, by Captt Joseph T

Johnssn, naval communications
takes in four other separate acti

vities; Kadio Jf anan, Kadio Gatun,
Radio Summit, and Kadio Gaeta

isiand.: Although not separate ac
tivities. the Communinatinn Cen.

ter: at Headquarters 13th ND.'re?.

isterea puDiicauons issumg office,
and the radio Dhotoeranhie unit

are also additional components.

, i inne, communication arm of the
15th Naval District is. far

ing It is .capable of contacting

both navy and merchant ships far these well trained,, highly efficient
at sea Point-to-point circuits canl navy. men.

be maintained with many stations

throuehout the world

-Teletype circuits .to and from
NVval commands and activities
beyond the district limits are han handled
dled handled by these Navy communica communicators.
tors. communicators. Even direct' voice telephone
service falls on the shoulders of

Panama nd Canal Zone res!-'

dents will have a chance to gain

nrst nana knowledge of the work-,
ing of a Naval Communication
Station by attending the disDlav

during Armed Forces i Day March

is, ai Aiorook Air iprce Base.

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He told the House Commerce

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FRIDAY, MAKCff
4i Least ;6 Youngsters Inipressive
in Early Major League Squad Games
North Carolina;
West Virginia l7in
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To Surgs

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Closer

Lps Angeles Mayor Believes
-City May Acquire Dodgers

; VEKO BEACH, Fla. (UP)-

Mayor Noma Poulson headed

-back to Los Angeles today with
the "news the- Brooklyn Dodgers

. mar not be far behind. A

"We are optimistic as a result

of (tor visit." said Poulson after

' a four-hour meeting with JDodger

' want, major league ball in Los An An-1
1 An-1 gelet and we want the Dodgers."
Pqtilson, who met with Brook Brook-n
n Brook-n officials "to test Mr. O'Mal O'Mal-'
' O'Mal-' ley's sincerity." added, "'I don't
think New York will solve the
Dodgers' problem and I believe
we will propose a comprehensive

. program the Dodgers can t re-

, Thej I mayor' and, bis group told
CMalley and his 'top lieutenants
that ;Los Angeles could supply the
' Dodaers .with a "brand new sta-

' diura!- seating about 60,000 "one
year : from the day we get the
okay for a move to the coast."
Poulson' group presented the
."Dodders with a plan to clear Cha-

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vez Ravine, a mile from down downtown
town downtown Los Angeles; at a cost of
about $1.5 million and then con

struct a stadium for about $7.5
million. The experts estimated it
would take about 60 days to clear

the ravine and approximately
months to build' the stadium.

Such a stadium, Incidentally

would give the Dodgers tne larg

est seating capacity in the Nation

al League.. New York's Polo
Grounds, home of the Giants, cur

rently nas tne largest in tne cir

cuit about 56.000. Brooklyn s

Ebbets Field capacity is about

33,000.

u mauey. in a statement ac

companying Poulson's, was" care

ful not to say anything that might
make Los Angeles and Brooklyn

fans chink the deal is closed

"Wt eot some of the trial bal

loons out of the air, he said. "At
this time there fs nothing suffi

ciently final for our. considera

tion.

By TIM MORIARTY

intramural Sports

.. -4: WliJj.-
; The Balboa High Track squad is
t Aniiin rtlanrtr fit n st iin tlite nraolr

tcuig vivuij vi abuun lino nbvn

rith the first competition of the

, leasort. A two-day intra squad

meet between the Red and white

, teams saw the whites outpoint the

iteas su-su. ine meet was leaturea

hv fiAhm fin Anrlv spicnn ,npr.

lornunces by ooth the newcomers
and b veterans. v
.!'

;mwvamB r ..... w j
their (first efforts of the year were

Charlie trench and Dan winkio winkio-''irtkr
''irtkr winkio-''irtkr W the sprints: Abel Lagassie

. and BUI Holt in the 880: Ken Ful

leton' in the pole vault; Ritchie

' cus and shot out: Raul Barbara

in the, low hurdles: Robert Tooth

man 'in the high hurdles and 440

.1 r7 i T : .i u..

i The! varsity tauad will see fur-

' ther 'competition this week in the

annual intramural, championships

j' ii though letter .winners, .are pro pro-;
; pro-; it hibited from competing in their
X rffnl'r vintjt thfv will lie 'on

liae to give other events a try.
1ufitt nt Tntrs.annaH m i i t

.wiuie.w nea su.

Leves, 3. Nahmad, 4. Barbier,

. ; oAU'Ti.m. i vain

; i 'isky, D., 2. Toussieh, 3. Barbier,

Barbara,
; iioua J35-' 4" 1. More,

. rvnruOf a. xuuiudibu, xv..
VWodble.

r i 120 H H. 17.1 1. Tooth.

manjj ;R., 2. Halvosa and Leves
.(tie,) -; Trower.
'v
. Mils 5:13 1. Lagassie, 2.
jSharW. ,3. Holt, 4. Schoroeder.
:zf 23.2 1, French, 2.'Win-
wky, 3. Sutherland, 4. More,
It ' (
44 37 J 1. Toothman, R.,

2.
G.

Medley Relay 4:17.8 1

Holt, French, Fulleton, Toothman,
R. 2. Barbier, Perkins, Winklosky,
Lagassie, 3. Toothman, C, Libert,
Hatting, Schoroeder, 4. Nahmad,

Banter, ijower, iharp.
440 Relay :49.6 1, Suther Sutherland,
land, Sutherland, Barker, Trower, French. 2.
Barbier, Toothman, Perkins, Win Winklosky.
klosky. Winklosky. 3. Corrigan, Fulleton, Pe Pe-derson,
derson, Pe-derson, Suarez. 4. MendenhalL

Days Jackson More.

Polev Vault 10' ,4" 1. Fulle

ton 2. Halvosa,' 3. More, Richard

son, Mendenhall (tie).

Shot Put 44' 1. More,
R., 2-. Fearon, 3. Toothman, 4.

JBurcn.
High Jump 5' 5" 1. Bar

bier, G., 2. Toothman, C, 3. Le

ves, Toothman, R., Pederson, Hal Halvosa..
vosa.. Halvosa.. (tie).

180 L. H. 23.1 1. Barbara,

6. rves, a. r uiieton, 4. Trower.
880 2:13 1. Lagassie, 1
Holt, 3. Caldito, 4. Sharp.
100 10.8 .1. French. 2. Win

klosky, 3. Trower and Mendenhall

iue).
Mile. Relay 3:57.1 1. Tooth Toothman,
man, Toothman, Libert. Schroeder. French.

2. Caldito, Barker, Winklosky, Par.
ker. 3. Lagassie. Suarez. Scott.

Toothman, C.

880 Relay 1:44.4 1. Trower.

Fulleton, Rivera, Pederson. 2. Bar Barbara,
bara, Barbara, Barbier. Halvosa. Toussieh'.

3. Hatting, Dunlap. Leves. Bettsak.

Edmondson.

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NEW YORk. March 8 (UP)

Almost every major league team

produces a rookie pnenom

during sprine training and this

year is no exception.

some youngsters, like Frank

Robinson ot the Cincinnati Red Red-legs
legs Red-legs last year; made the tirade

in the big time, but, the ma J or r
lty usually are back playing in

the minors before the. end of

April. '., ., :
However, Included in this
year's crop are- at least' six
youngsters t who are showing
i enonrh In the early Intra Intra-Squad
Squad Intra-Squad eames tonerit a second
look. They are Chlco Alvares
of the Redlega, Jim Landls of
. the White Sox, Inman Veal ef
the Tigers.' Jim Pson of the
Athletics, Haywood Sullivan of
the Red Sox. and Andre Rodg Rodg-era
era Rodg-era of the Giants.
Landis, a 22-year-old outfield

er; un from Memphis of the

southern jlssoRiation, has been
tha baHJng scourc of .the
Wiite Pox camo. conctin" si
hits in in at-hats n lntra-m'd
o-arne, Mt two-run homer
'n yesterdB.v'j gemh" trtnc, cans cans-baf
baf cans-baf rr"rP'Ker A) Lope to re-

mprk: "This kid has real power."

Rod?ers wasn't even on the

Giants' roster when t.h start started
ed started sprint trplnln" at Phoen'x,
Ariz but ;w moved un to the

vor.sitw yesterripw ftv mpna(r

Pill :Rinev. Th rookU Kort-

ston from the,phfmas colobrtt colobrtt-!d
!d colobrtt-!d hi ircnotinn hv roiltlne

wo of hh team's five hits In an
lntn-sond cf"e.

Alvpret ; batted only J5B3
with Fmvana fn h Tntema Tntema-lonl
lonl Tntema-lonl lt wj(in but
looked "rAth" wanlt

It yestVrt?v'i ?i riit
do'Mt in his last three, times
. bat.-. ...'..
Plsonf, anofhef. outfields pro

mote from Vncouver of the
''PClfV Oosst Lemsrue, rtoi'rM n

on hnm nm J n athtlri'
nrM trump- C"l"wan. Jl'

ffo pnfYmvr TfHIp'a poftnrr

O'h w1h enr nnr'1

toiprin frlpv- anrt v.l. p

nromlln5r sbortstoo, corf'ni"''l

his h'ttlnc strir with a-oubft
and two singles In a Detroit

camn ame.

.Tohnnv Poores. no rookie, he.

but considered, an lmoortant
msn in tha Brooklyn "Dodgers'

1957 pennant onve. refrert all
seven batters he fared In his

first annearance of the soring.
Back with th Dodgers after a
year of rlavy service, the blond
outhnaw showed the sami ef

fective change of oaee which
tantalized the Yankees In the
lpSft World Series.

Hovt Wllhelm. meanwhile wen

rudely treated by his new car-,
dinai teammates In his first out out-ln
ln out-ln since. beJn acoulred from
the Giants. The veter,n knnc-kle-baller
- was cllpned for two

runs during one Inning of relief

wprx
On other trainlne: eamn frontf:
Rln Renulski contributed two

doubles Murine' Phillies' camp

trame... Shortston Ernie Bank

or toe Cuds tested his aUlng
arm and reported It "felt good"

...JOe AacocK or tne Braves
suffered a minor shoulder inju injury
ry injury during bktthw nractice. .

Jose Valdlvlelso was the batting

itar oi me eenawrs' camp game
with two singles an d atriDle. .

The Cleveland Indians sicmed

lnneiaer kucu .-. Retraiaao and

pitcher- John 'Oray, leav 1 n g

snorts top cmco carrasquel as

tne team's lone holdout

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STILL BEING TAUGHT Rockv Marciano who' uim hinff

I ,. taught how to fight right up to his final day as heavyweight

burg, Fla., camp is the same.' Yogi Berra goes to work on the
Rock's catching style. Marciano once tried to make organized
baseball as a catcher."' ,-'-. v'- ;y-' -t .. .s.v

By JOHN GRIFFIN

M't,t. I
. NEW YOKK, -March 8 (UPl A

record uusuiig scoring spree by

jeume .osenouoi auu caieutv I

ciowning snow cy hot Hou iund-.

iKjt ocui iwrui iaiuiiuii uua west

Vugiuia, suigiug closer today a to

iue ouiy tvvv uerois lomaiumg tu

tlie '"1n.O;A.a. oasKetoaii ijauma ijauma-jueni.
jueni. ijauma-jueni. i t

iaie became the 21st team in the.

23-ieara tarmvai last mgni wueu

it uineritea tae Jtvy jueafcae cnam-

piouaaip ai iutiuci'-uu iaitiuoutii

lost to xiarvaru. oa-b0. ' 1

iNOiui carouua, uie natiotfs No

1 team, is expected to win At At-lanac
lanac At-lanac .M&t. i uonterencv xourua xourua-ment
ment xourua-ment anu qaaiuy ior .au N.i.a.a.
game nbauisi xaie in iMew xou
uexi Tuesday auu,. led oy rioseu-

opening a.c.C. game, last ? uignt,

4

FbrtiAmadbr Increases Lead

With 5-4yVm Ovef3 Albrooic

Prf rterandnow

Fort Clayton U... 14 8

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HOOF BE ATS
By Conrado Sargeaht

Rosenbluths 45 points eclips eclips-o
o eclips-o .Joinf ahvrt rMr in iiie
oy by vi aoy aiiiiyr aouii ca.
roi.i 4nwrtai sco. aid ieo.er,
OiU pu.iliK 'lit m UJ
kl.Mtnu'o WSiS ill to.W
km. Miiar's niwi( iiie ti'M-
IlltllUpllfti tf IVtH
iuiiiuu )ia-rtcK' mgainst r rrip.
teaming 4ii iu .no nair ..r

t.4 t i in rsr uatr.

:v jine on Am aaor- Troopers i. m m-creased
creased m-creased their lead over the second

place rort Clayton Cavaliers to

game and one-half with their come

from behind victory over the Al-

brook Flyers '5-4. at McCardell

n:.u mt- j .t . n

cjciu vveunesaay anernoon, m ra

Ac piay.

' Wednesday' i night at Clayton's

jarman r jeia tne t on KoDbe lie
ulars shocked the Cavaliers wit

a 6-4 Victory behind the fine pitch

ing ot leity f rame Jonas, who am
ited the Cav to six hits.
TROOPERS OVERCOME f
, ALBROOK
A bases loaded double In the bot

tom of the ninth inning by Darnell

UauieJ to thelSanford .scored two runs and en

United i-iess Aii-Aiiienca in a ui! abled the league leading For Ama'

Some changes have been listed
on this week's programs. Two rac

es on the Saturday card are 'af

fected and one on Saunday's.

The seventh on Saturday will be
run' minus Scintillation. The latter

was erroneously classified in the

sixth series because It was thought

he had entered this country before

the vec. 31 deadline when he was

still, a two-year-old.

Another newcomer. Hunter's

Horn, was shifted from Sunday's

seventn race 10 Saturday s ninth

because of the same reason., Hun

ter s Horn and Scintillation arriv-

ea in ranama on January z ana

therefore will have to race in the
series stipulated for their ages oh

thedataoi arrival. u ', ; &

Scintillation Is now a three-year-

old : and according to. regulations
he must' race in the-: fifth 'series.
Hunter's Horn,' four-year-old, has
to run in the third series. Scintil Scintillation
lation Scintillation -will replace Hunter's Horn

in Sunday s-seventh race. ' k v;

Curale is no longer racina un

der the training' of Henry White.

Donald- Lee's mediocre 'Chilean
colt is now being handled by Vic

tor -Morrell.. A(-"rf -. v.-1-- "-'. 1

Single "Slipper .is now in, new
hands also. His new owner is list

ed as Carlos Tomlinson with Jose

1'ablo ftamos'as trainer.
Starwick and Scintillation' will
race with blinkers in the future.
Certamen -haSA a new trainer.
This filly, owned by .Garceran &

Williams, is being readied tor a
win by Augusto Walker.
. Four recent arrivals to the local

racing scene are. scheduled tolanu uowii vo ouerlf

make their debut this weekend

They are the native thoroughbreds

Ahtena and Janina and the import

ed racers Hunter's Horn and ;na-

gazza. -'c. .. ,s i.tf v.
Antena is a three-year-old dimi

nutive chestnut daughter of Home

Comforts-Novelera. She is owned
and trained by David Barnes.

Janina is an Impressive t w o-

year-old chestnut offspring of Key-

haven-Glory's Ave. Janina is the

property of the-Haras baa Miguel

and is trained by Manuel Rivera..

Hunter's Horn is a reportedly

expensive top flight English olt

by Tuoor jamstrei-cno Hunt., inis
handsome four-year-old bay colt is

owned by the Cuadra Mexico and
trained by Larry Tomlinson.

Hagazza is a two-year-old bay

filly. -, This Argentina : is ? a

daughter of Atabor-Bimba, owned

by the Haras Carinthis and train

ed by Agustln Soane Jr.

uer tuis wee.., was jasi, oai lor

laugus iasv kiiiii. n wri nu' team.

ina ruuipeu tu a ix-oi Victory uv-
el AMv4Uau4 .11 uiO OUUuitiil uil-

iBreuce ivuiwimciit at xvicuinuuu,

ni., we tiui iou-' iicOiiitu,BCii-

1DJI.

n- or the first time in his college

caiecf iiuuuuty uiuu i score a oan-

toon uuy u tiuutb auu x Ot ulOae Wua.

iroia beoiUU iuSyUacit. nxi iuur ltee

-muni yawd luht uia tow eot pwtut
toiai Ot ill CdiCfcl. XlUb JllUuUlC
'Wuweuy it oestiteJ ctuWu Wiui
his autics uiiutituig Wtiue kuci kuci-uiB,
uiB, kuci-uiB, yabaing. utueiiiuu iu uactt,
ana luuing tne oau up one arm

Along The, Fairways

FWCA TOURNAMENT
AT RODMAN MARCH 11

Members are reminded that the

regular monthly PWGA toana-

ment win be held at Rodman Na Naval
val Naval Base on. March 16. It is un-

unswuu ivui mm tm a ttf-tup Bnapv,
so let's all meet there for coif and

gaiety. If you have not already
done so, sign op immediately with
your club represent tire.

u any member wishes to tee off

at a particular time for this tour

nament., or with a certain croun.

sue snoum so noury ner club re representative.,
presentative., representative., who wiH in turn pais
this information on to Barbara

Robertson who is handlina the ar

rangements at Rodman. Otherwise
each member is asked to please
wait at least' until the scheduled

teeoff time for the group in which

she Is to play. If your partners
are not there at the appointed

ume, then new groupings will be

made, so there wui be no runner
delay. y
FoDowhuT eompletloa o play. -the

Inter-Club Cup will be form all yj

presented to ue victorious Pana

ma Golf Qub ." tea n r winners of

the cup again in 18 7;

Detroit Manager Agrees Tigers Are
Most Improved Club In Junior bop ;

. ByJLKO H. PITIRSIN

LAKELAND, ?Fla- (UP)-Jack

Tifihe. in his freshman season as

a major league: manager, agreed

today with those who pick ine ue ue-troit
troit ue-troit Ticers as the most improved

team in the American League.

"Ithihk- wa ,'. wffl prove It all

right,''- Tighe.v said. .'Bot s we'U

have to wait and see u; thai lm lm-orovemsnt
orovemsnt lm-orovemsnt is sood enough to

make up the 15 games we nnisn-i

ed behind the Yankees .last ea-

Admitting1 that' beating the Yan

kees "is going to be quite a-pro

ject," Tighe declared that 'the
Tiger players. "feel tht they have

a real chance

"And that's important." he add

ed. "and I'm not going to say any

thing to make them feel different

ly." v'

The plain - speaking : Tighe

minced no words when he discus

sed the prospects of the Tigers,

'We need a Ditcher and a nehu

handed hitting outfielder," he said

"And we are going to have to find

. j r 1
Panama Marlin

Club" News

."'By LESLIE

TEENT-WIINY TOURNAMENT

All neraons who wUa to enter

the Teeny Weeny Tournament
must pay their entrance fee of

$S before t o'clock tonight.

Ther will be a member tn the

Balboa Yacht Club to receive
paymeift and to give out any rn rn-formation
formation rn-formation nntll t o'clock to

night- i

The tournament start at 6

a.trfc tomorrow. Saturday. March
end ends on Sunday evening.

Ever! one- from the Repubuc

of Panama and the CnaJ zone
tasy participate.'

Sels World TJccord
Jn PIslol Malch

' Vi-- 4 4-" St HV,

TAMPA (TJFV-H. vSgt. H. L.
Benner ee a ; world record here

Wednesdar in the annual mid

winter pistol--, championship

matches.

Beaner,. wheels -the defending
champion,' set the: record for 20 20-ibot,.
ibot,. 20-ibot,. slow .fire22 'caliber compe compe-titon
titon compe-titon by firing a 200-1SX score in
the 25-yard range te decisively

better the old mark of 200-13X.
The West Point pistol instructor.

who bas won the championship six

times also was in on another

Army man.: David C Miller of

Denver.;: 1 f

Miller fired a 300-i)X to erase

the o4 mark of 1S04X is the 20 20-shot,
shot, 20-shot, .rapid fire match.. Benner

trailed with 200-11X ;

Despite Hie two record-breaking

performancer; Benner placed sec second
ond second in the day's overall shooting.
Army LL David Cartes. IX Ben-

ning, Ga complied the hiTiest

aggregate score for we 22 eiuber
events with an S$4-32X t nose out

Benner who bad SS5-43X.

them among our youngsters for

the other clubs in the league are

a bit leery of dealing with -us, fig

uring we are strong enough as it

is."-- :;; sv-. ;.

i -Right how, he. doesn't know

whether he will be able to fill

those gaps.

Another key to Detroit's chance,
hf pointed; out, was the attempt
to convert,, third baseman Ray

Boone into a. first baseman.. IfJ

uoone can make it, Tighe figures
it will strengthen his club, because
Jim Finigan, obtained from the

Athletics then. would nlav third.

If Boone doesn't make the grade

at iirsi, ne wouia go back to third,
with Finigan battling Frank Boil Boiling
ing Boiling and Jack Dittmar 'for the aec.

ond.base post abd two veterans,
Ed Robinson and Earl Torgeson,
dividing the first base, chores. ;
! 'If we come up with that pitch pitch-er,:
er,: pitch-er,: that right-handed 'hitting out outfielder
fielder outfielder and -Boone-, can. do the job

ai urn, we wen i concede an .inch
to the Yankees or any other club,,'
declared Tighe. "I figure we have
a good chance to win the pennant

as. things, are right-now, but if

we can get those three things oui

cnances wiu oe much better."
.-; .1 ,t.

H8 a lesuit oi yesterday's action,

here are tue senu-nnai pairings to-

mgat.ut ttie two iyuiuc; a or.A
louiuey ieitu;" .:' 7-
il.lUl.blC cast North Carolina
vs. W ae orest; toucn Carouna
VS. JViaiiBlia. ,

Soucnern West Virginia, vs

Ricnmonu; Wasmngton aua Le vs.

Virginia 'lech. ,r
warning te" North Carolina
Wake Forest was the last team to
beat the Tar Heels, in tha iirsf
round of this tourney a year ago.

Here's how yesterday s games

went:1 v "

AtianticXoast North Carolina
coasted all the wajr over Ciemson

after seizing a 10-point lead by.

sinkinz its first six shots of the

same: second-seeded Alary land

nipped Virginia, 71-68, on Bill Mur

phy s tour tree tnrows in me ibsi

87 seconds; Waka Forest oustee
defending champ North I Carolina
State, 86-57 as Jackie Murdock
scored 22 points: and Wallace

notched 14 of South Carolina's last

18 noints. Including seven In the

last 43 seconds, to pace an 84-81 tap-

set of Duke. ,. t

dor Troopers to down the stubborn
Albrook 'Flyers 5-4, at McCardell

Field, t

The win was the nith straight for

the red hot Troopers and their

13th win' in their last 15 games.

Going into the bottom of t b e.

ninth Amador nine was trailing 4

2 but then the roof fell in on Al Albrook
brook Albrook starter Bob Hanson. Bob
Walters led off with a single. Irv

Haynes then popped up but third
sacker Bruce Noland smacked a
single' through the middle. Manag Manager
er Manager Mike Rivera ofv the f Troppers
sent "pineh'hitter Joe Dmuchoski

to the plate to oat for pit cner uod

Stephenson and tne big long oau

hitter promptly, blasted' one of f

the left-centerfield fence for a long
double. One run came In 'on the

hit 'and with runners on Second

nH .thirrtj Tim Hiinrpi was pnt in

t nin for Dmuchoski. After a con-

ference on the mound the Flyers
decided to walk-the' next batter
Mike Rivera to load the bases,

Sanford: who had gone nothing
for four until this point, then step stepped
ped stepped to the plate and Wasted no
time in blasting ground rule

double ever the head, of Jeftfield-

ieiw uoi-, , t

Albrook scored three runs in the

first Inning and. another in the sev

enth.- Amador tamea single runs

in the first and fifth' before the

ninth innintf unrisinff -v

The starter and winner tor tne

Troopers was righthander Bob

Stephenson, His record is now 4-1.

has a 2-2 record.

,'KOBBE SHOCKS CLAYTON

10 Fort Kobbe Regulars grabbed 4

o-vjeau m ine first six innings and
then fought off a Clayton rally- to
down ,the, Cayaliers.6-4 at Jarmaa
Field. -''it..'
The loss dropped them a gams
and one-half hihiti th io...

leading Fort Amador Troopers.
Kobbe started" fast, scoring on
run In the first innms 'uihtn.

ond baseman Hal Duffield reach reached
ed reached secdnd on an" error? by th
shortstop and scored when right right-f
f right-f elder Ed Scarlett slammed a do
ble.down the leftfield linp

In the fifth innine thn Rodnlon

combined two errors, a sacrifice,
and a tielder's choice 'With'. in.

gles by pitcher Frank .Tan nnf-

tjeld tor' three runs,. '

) in me sixth, catcher Lennie Glt Glt-ten8
ten8 Glt-ten8 singled and went to-third on
a Smgle- bv third Jiflspmnn-2snm

1 apscotf : Pitcher Frank

hit into double play with 'Gitteni

scoring on the piay. Then Duffield
singled, stote second and scored
on an error by the Shortstop; That
made it 60 'Kobbe. " .

Going into the seventh Jona W1

given up only .one bit and had fac'
ed the, minimum number 'of bat batters
ters batters in each Inning as the man that
singled was erased hv n dhnhia

Play. But In the : seventh Clayton
came to life. A walk, an error; a
passed ball and', singles by first
baseman Pat Delanev: rfi?htfliiW

Leon Ayeri.t third baseman John
Burnette and second hnumin nm. '!

Nakama produced four. Clavton

runs. That made the count 8-4 Kob
bej-and that'e tbe way it ended.
Frank. Jonas wenr n A

for the Regulars, picking: tip h i S
fourtl win .rfgain'st. 8 losses,, Dick

BoricosKi rwent m: route for ths
losers and was chareeH, with ii

third loss! against' four wins..

mm

3 (alumel Hones
Anibng Faybrif es ;i
AGCA CALTENTE. Uex. fTJP

Calumet Farm's Barbison and

winner of last Saturday's Fla

mingo Stakes- at Hialeab, today
were 3-1 eo4avorites ia the Cali Cali-ente
ente Cali-ente future book's openinx odds on

the Kentucky Derby. ? ; i rx.
Calumet's strong bid for a win winner
ner winner in the Tamed classic was in indicated
dicated indicated by the -fact that three of
the four colts with the shortest

prices came from its barns. In
addition to Barbizon. the future

book listed CarometV Gen.' Duke
at 4-1 and Iron Liege at 8-1.'

-Federal Hill and Round Table

were quoted at 8-1 and Pnnce
Khaled was craoted at 10-L appar

ently as a result of a leg injury
which kept-' him out ef the Santa

AniU Derby last Saturday. Also
at 10,1 were Missile and Am be behaving.
having. behaving. ... --
Sir William, despite his winning
performanee In the Santa Anita
Derby, was grouped at 1J-1 with
Oho- and Kins Hsirsn From
that point, th odds ranged vp-to
300-1 or Lance and Kormaa K. 1

ATLANTIC LITTLE LEAGUE

v on -Wednesday afternoon the

Police Pals and the pirates met

and tha result was a 3-to-l ex

tra inning contest with the win
going to the pirates after 7 in-

ings of thrilllg play. 1 :.
Wlm Jongbloed and Corky
Cortex hooked up in an excellent
pitching duel,- and after six In Innings
nings Innings th came was tied at 1 all.

As Little League rules prohibit

ay pitcher from worxint over six
innings, two new chuckers came

In to pitch the seventh. Jbe Cof Coffin
fin Coffin took over for the Pals r-nd
with one out' and Rlckii? thin
on. first base,. Ddugie Alberga
came to the plate and "hit a line
drive double to left field.. The

ball was relayed in to tfie third
baseman who threw over- the

catcher's head In an effort to
cut down chin attempting to
score. Alberea. then came home

on the bad throw for the iinai
run of the g'ame.
.: The game was Cortes' first
pitching assignment and he sur
prised the fans by twirling su superb
perb superb ball, allowing only three
hits and qne run, tn the six fn fn-nigs
nigs fn-nigs he was .on the. mound.
Jogbloed was equally effective
for thePolice. L. J. Christonh
pitched the seventh for the Pi

rates and set the Pals down
without a score to take the,

credit win. Coffin was the los-i
lng pitcher. Doubles by. Jong-1

v-. .'.y- -t- - i
bloed and Alberga were the on only
ly only extra base hits of, the gamer.
The box score: : ; :

Pirates
Sanders,, rf
rVl. a

Ainerga. ss v....

Cortez, p,yc

Hiity,- Sb .. 4 ...

Scheidegg, ri
Murray, rf -.,...,.

Shristophwlb. ,rjr n..

riitev. 2h .... iV"

Will, ci, lb

Totals i

Ab R.n

3 0 0

2
1
0
4)
0
0
0
0
0

LeBriiri Downs
Ernestito
In ; EsstftiMatcK

it-

26 Si 4.0

- Police Pals

McElh'one, ss 3:

Cooper, ef .-...;
Karpinskl, 2b 3
Jongbloed, p, lp ....!

33'

Coffin, lb, p

carpenter, c

"rvton.i 3b .....;.

Park; rf M..t...(..

Qrr, If .i..,....

1.
0
e
0
().
0
0.

20:
3 0

Score Bt tnnlnr

Pirates w-r -: 100 000 23

Polite, ; : t ;. 001 000 01

THB

OUT

WM
(JCMRtjtM

aa(aVlch

;' -. WATCH CKNTCT-.
-cswraM vtNM.aMMM

Play In the Esso Golf Toufna
ment currently- being held at tha
Panama Golf Club has advanced to
the quarter finals with soma tery
One matches having been played
to date and some red hot battles
anticipated as' the field, grows
smaller. ( - t
Last week's results in the chant-'
pionship.: flight saw Bill LeBrun
continue with his Ktiip ni.

down President Ernestito d i

Guardla. bV the narrow margin t

only 1 up. LeBrun bad to be on Ms
game to take this one as the form-,
er Panama Open winner' and pr
sentlv Chief of Stat nf h ri.k.

lie of Panama is always harcV to
beat. ii ;v,t :.' :.- -.

It was not a complete loss, how however,
ever, however, for the present government
as the Secret Police Chief, Rey
V aides, showed the way to George
NoVey for a 1 up victory. : f
. Harvey Boali afforded the sur surprise
prise surprise win of the tournament when
he sent Maury Muller to the side sidelines,
lines, sidelines, downing him, by a 3 and 2
span. Doc Mitten ran into a tough
opponent in the Pan Canal Compa

ny's vice president CoL Schull, but
managed to stay In competition by

ciose i am i margin. -' v
First flight results include Boh

Walkers' extra hole win over Tv L.
Woodruff. This match went 27 boles
before Walker eked out bis well w

virtnrv Pnhln flm-sri rA i .n.. T

. - ku ti m wwov

2 1 nine 1 un. W. H. Doel far tna

much on his game for F. Purdy
winning going away by 8 arid 7. D,' i
Halman took C. Kline into camp
by a 1 up margin. i
' Consolation flight results ssw -Mike
Moreno over Gordon Dalton
K" 8 nd 2, while. At Corsale stay S
ed In for the Esso prizes by beating4
-.-aino-de la Guardia by the ssme 1

count. The Saarinen-Pdero A b a d

match and the Dehlinjer Dr. Mas; -;

sot match got lost in the carnival

festivities, .--"-i -; :..r-. t
George Boyd won 8 and 5 over
R. de- Mena and C A. Annan out

A. Carrlzo behind the ropes 1 up.
The Roberto Ate man Al Davlei
tussle and the L. Romagosa Cap.'
Harrington match also got tied vo

in the carnival. Play will continue -.
this -weekend in all flights, with -the
beautiful silver sponsored by

Esso stiU the goal to shoot tac :

10
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'our informal club for the late, crowd
'every FRIDAY and SATURDAY :
' ". from midniglit to 4:30 a.m.

with

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MUSIC by Ih3 CAROL CUEAVES TRIO!
in tha air-condrtioned comfort of pur BALBOA 8AR
UIghtcan on-tht-houst) it 4:30 tun. :

r CAROL also plavs the plane In the Balhoa Br
II pm. te 2 a.m. Suiv, Taea, Wed. St Thars.

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PANAMA AMERICAN-. AN INDEPENDENT DAILT NEWSPAPER
" PAOB NINI
ft 'V.J 1
,TaMgl In
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FRIDAY, MARCH 195)

(G

Sprint

Keen

omato

Plateado, Pavinetto,
Gavilan Contenders
In Six Furlong Race

Daniel CinighV speedy Kensington and the
Stud- Chltre's fast stepping Comatose, two of the
"tracks best sprinters, are scheduled to match strides
tomorrow afternoon m the featured t$650 six fur fur-:
: fur-: long, dash for third series imported thoroughbreds
' at the President Remon racetrack; ;

on out uauauy ow w

nlnff wnen weu resiea. ruuo

I Baeza will guide the Cococh St
hU r v !. :

Tn anil rharli McCarthy are

the rank outsider, with -probable

oaas oi at leasi j-.
The' niffhtean cOuld'turB OUt to

h an even more exciting thriler

than the.' feature. Sururoeno, Gola-

io. ludir. Flciwo ano uourmei

will vie for a $600 purse in that e-

vent. Eight other races complete
the program,

Racetrack Tips

The race, .however, is by. no

mean a watch race; Seven other
atarters are entered and only one
of them could return a winner.
They, are Hurling Park, Gavilan,
Plateado, Double four, ;Pavinetto,
- Tony and iCharli McCarthy.
Plateado, Pavinetto, Gavilan and

Hurling raws ar we ones, mo
jukely to spring, an upset. ..
j Kensington is fresh from finish finish-1ng
1ng finish-1ng last jn the Carnival Classic but
he led for. about seven. furlongs in
that mile and a, quarter gallop
and equalled, the track record
.(which he-shares) of Nil for the
first six .furlongs in doing so. r.
' (Alfredo 'Yasqueiys i usual, will
do -the booting aboard Kensington.
" Comatose wound up second less
.than a length behind speedy -Jai
Alal If last-week in the excellent
m of 1:24 1-5 for seven furlongs.

' Ruben: Vasquez i Witt once more
tide tht Stud Cbitre ace. B 0 1 h
Kensington and Comatose will
shoulder US pounds.
i Plateado, a slow starterj could
surprise if ht get off well. Pavi:
nettoi' Gavilan and Hurling Park
are good racers when in the mood
but aU.are unpredictable. :
Arable four returns from a lay-

By CONEAPO

l.Rincatie

2 rebrero II
S Ocean star
4 Tilama
,5 Esteban
Vedette
7 Scintillation
5- Chito
- Kensington
10 Golazo

Teloreo

- Greco

Son BrigMo
Rio Negro
- Toxie

Gay Spot

Garramuno
Damadnra
Comatose
Surumeae

mwm

PACIFIC LITTLE LEAGUE
" Second Half Standing

wett Jn rei.

folica' 4
ilncoln Llf 4
Spur Cols 3
Seymour Afcncy; . 3
Oibraltar Iifo,.. 1
Uk 1414 1

1

1
3
3
3-4

MO

.800
.500
.400
.250
,200

T;l iineola, til f. Ilka 1414
: tlncoln ; Lif.e, cmtlnuin Its
, mastery over all the team ex ex-except
except ex-except police walked all over
the Elka: 1414 to the tune of 9
to 0. This season Lincoln has not
lost to any team except the Po Polio,
lio, Polio, who has beaten them three

times. ..
I : oettlne; jsackr to yesterday'f
nail came, the Elks committed

nine miacu.es and eight walks

and as a result the Lincoln had

an easy time' knocking oat nine
runs.
The ,. second 1 inning was a

nlchtmart for the Elks when

-they came ojr with four- errors.
IviuJlln, the Elks pitcher, was
the Tietlm whereas on the oth

er did of the ledger, Beck the

ZJncolns twlrler gave up only

two hits and walked none, in
hurling a shutout. Besides top
Sotch v pitching, Beck helped
imself to two hits to be the
only player In both lineups to
ge more than one safety.
Two fielding gems were cred credited
ited credited to the Llneolns. Marti's one
hand catch of a high fly off the
bat of Berger, and Duron's, back
hand atop of ground ball and
his flip to first base to retire the
batter: .-
' The hs,cushed the Elks 1414
fhto the cellar of the league; but
they have the consolation of
being the only' team in the
league, that has taken the meas measure
ure measure of the Police team twice out
of three meetings.

Th bor score:.

Elk-1414 : ..A R

gatheny "Tf
ahglo rr;
Btoudnor 2b
Berrener If

Muums p

Austin m

sunon 3D ........

Bettaack cr

Mcorath cf

Berger lb

uneoin e .............
-i Lincoln LUe

Joyner J. cf

k

Engelke.Ik H
Beck p

inun n : i

French' 3b 3
Case c 2
rernandea c .t. 0
Bowman lb 4
Engelke fi. 2b ......... 2
Duran 2b 1
Klamco If .i.; O
Demina; If 1
joynero. rf ........... J
ft J ;

3

ball, keeping !.atven i hits well
scattered. He weakened in the

sixth and with two men on thei

bases, Bud Wainio came on and
struck out the next three men
to cinch the win for Bath.
Luther Qulnn -started and
pitched the first three innings
for the Cubs,' allowed one hit
and one run. MartbVinamtrso
took over for the fourth and
fifth innings and the Mutual
found him a little more to their
liking as they tallied four times
on five hits.
The loss was the second for
Mario VlUamarxo who had won
five games without a defeat in
the first half, only two extra
bases were made, both doubles
by Qulnn, and Reg. Lum.
The box score:
Coco Solito Cubs Ab R H E
McNamee, ss 3 0 2 0
Heffner, 3b, rf 3 0 0 0
Webber, cf 2 0 1 1
Qulnn, p, 3b 2 12 1
Vlllamarzo, e, p .... 3 0..1 1
Baranick. If 3 0 1 1
Ralney, rf 0 0 8 0
Koch, c 2 0 0 0
Motta, 2b 10 0 0
Henriquex, 2b 1 0 0 1
Jodlce, lb 2 0 0 0

Race Trade Graded Entries

P.P. Hem

St.-

Ctnimeat

1st Race th Series Imp. Fg. Pars 40 .' Pool Closes
' FIRST RACE OF THE DOUBLE
1 -Bacaha Ct de.Leon J05' Nothing' to recommend''
2 Semipleno A. Vuaza lis .-Unimpressive win last
3 JRada F. Alvarez 10R Pates fair chance
4 Valley River R. Vas. 113 Doesn't seem likely
5 Arpegio Jimenez 10T Jockey only handicap
Hincapie B. Baesa. 110 Dubious ride In last
7 .Teloreo ,H. Gustines 102x Strong effort Sunday
S Grimilda E. Dario 115 Good chance here

044i
12:43
" ,13-1
S-l
: 8-1
-10-1
4-1
EYEN-
p;:.,, 3-2
0 4-1

2nd Rac tib. Series Imp. Fgs. Parse 9500 Pool Closet 1:15

1 aenisarito
2 fluierain

S-i-Socorrito

Or de Leon 103 Needs more distance ;

r.,DarW 105 Hot losing tip : -'

A Vmii hii Vastlv ImnMivwr

4-Febrero ir A. Vasaue 'll5 -Tisuaiw heats iae".vi-

gCurale u Herntndex lOpxVWould pay :.etf .: 1

ft poiison ; J. M. Bravo. 110 -Returns in good shape

Jw-Greco : i;. R. .Vasquej 113' Form indicates

8-1
S-l
3-1
". 3rl
254
l rl
, 2tl

!

Oan Daniel

3rd Raee "A" Natives Pgal Pnwe S375

lA-RiOAii A; Credidlo M-Would pay nice odds --
2 Joe.-' Alvarte 101 Not against these .y
3 Apache J. M. Bravo 105 Could get up here
4 Ocean star V. Brown 122 -Will fight it out
5 Don Brlgldo G. San. 122 Should score again

Pool. Closes 1,:45

10-1

15-t

54
2- 1
3- 5

4th Race Elimination Imp. 7 F. Purse 3375
' .- V '" V QUINIELA

Pool Closes 2:20

1 Rosarlo .- 3. Baeza 105
2 Rio Negro v .: K. Plores 115
3 Tilama R. Cristlan 120
4 Our Fancy A. Oredidio 100
5 Matruh. A. Vasquei 114
6 VaUi DarUng Jr .phil. 105
7 QOpadoar ', jcr. da .eon 100

In shorter distance
No. 1 contender
Seems best here
May never make it
Dangerous this time
Returns, from layoff
-Usually chose up

15-1
2-1
EVEN

50.1
4- 1
15-1
5- l

5th Race G" Natives $ Fgs. Purse 3275 Pool Closes 2:55

1 Esteban R. CrisUan 113 Odds-on mutuels choice 1-9
2 Que Lindo S. Hernan. 98x Good early speed 15-1

3 Toxic : 8. Carvalil 118 should be runnerup 3-1

4 Regla : K. Gustines HOx Doesn't seem likely 20-1

th Race 5th Series Imp. t Fgs. Purse 850
' 2N0 RACE OF THE DOUBLE

Pool Closes 3:35

1 Single Slipper O. San. 110
2 Sweet Windsor a. Cre. 103
3 Copar K. Flores 115
4 Oay Spot R.v vasquea 115-
5 oro Purltd ,M. Hurley in
--(Panaarel;ta; .F. Alvares 110
7 tVedette E. Orga 115

Poor recent raees 8-1
Longshot possibility 10-1
Reportedly ready 4-1

Better this week 2-1

.Rates good chance 3-1

Jockey helps her '21

Form Indicates 2-1

7th Race th Series Imp. Fgs. Pane MOt

Pool Closes 4:05

2ND RACE OF THE DOUBLE

1 verve-ftM'

E. Dario lift Good 1 m name onlv

zMicninpa ,;, oe: Leon iio rreiers long races

S-jScifttillatlgS VaC class pfu :v
4 Escorial J. jMerie I0 hockey' handicaps

o neitro A. Tcaxa 122 Will fight it out
Softer Me- H' Gustines 102x Back In top form
7 Garramufto y. Ortega 120 -Could make it 3 in row
t Grand Finish o. San.-110 Win score soon

SOil
10-1

15-1

3-1
4 1
3-2
10U

3th Rae "F" Natives f Fgs. Pane I75
. ' QUINIELA

Pool Closes 4:40

1 F'onetito
2 Chitd
8 Carlota
4 Damadura
I Filon
8 AvispA
7 Certamen

O. de Leon lis
, A.Vas(jue7H7
8. Carvajal 118
T.. Alvares 109
J. Oonrora llJ
G. Sanenes 1)0
B. Baeza 110

Longshot chance only
Should make it here
Dropped in class
Could go all the way
Dangerous, contender
Always unpredictable
Last doesn t count

8-1
3-2
5-1
3- 1
4- 1
M-t
3-1

Totals 22 1.
Mutnal of Omaha
Lum. Reg. as 2 1

7 5

Field, c

Wainio, lb
Burza, 8b
Bath, p. lb
Hauser. 2b

Sanders, rf

BUiison, cf

LunvOrr, cf 1
Seelev. if i

Reif. If 1

Ith Race 3rd Series top. g Fg Purse f5

ONE TWO

Pool Closes 5:15

1 Hurling park -G-. San.-108
2 Gavilan j. M. Bravo 105
3 Plateado r. Alvares 113
4 Double Four B. Baesa-108
8 Pavinetto A. Credidlo 108
Tony D. Cortee 108
7 C. McCarthy O. do Leon llO
8 Kensington A. Vesauez lis
9 Comatose R. vasquez 115

Dubious effort last
Usually fractious
Serious effort here
Could be upsetter
Ran well in last
Not in best form.
Returns from layoff
From start to finish
All-out effort

10-1
10 -I

5-1
81
41

15-1

201

EVEN

3-2

leth Rata 4th Series Imp, S Fgs.Pnrse 6M Pool Closes 5:40

o;o 0

Totals

20 -18 1

0- 0
0 0

10
l l!
1 0

Score By Innings
Cubs 000 1001 7 5
Mutual 001 13x 5

The Coco Solo Braves batted

out a 15-to-l win over the Coca
Col Bottlers in tame played

on Tuesaay-anernoon. The box
score and summary of tha same
were not available at presj time.

dus uie siorv win d came in

the hex! release of Atlantic Lit-

lie. League results,

1 Surtimeno A-'Ycaga 118 Hard "to beat here
2 Golajjo K. Flores 122 Back in good shape
SKadir J. phlUtps 118 -Reportedly ready
4 (Plcudo R. Vasquea 122 WiH put up good fight
I (Gourmet F. Alverep J12 In top form too

3 2
2-1
4-1
2-1
21

, ST. PETERSBURG That golf has grown into a vast see
ondarv activity aroone major lcajue ballul avers has become in

creasingly evident in recent weeks. The annual championship
tournament at Miami Springs, the subsequent competition at

Lake Worth,, and the more recent event at Tampa, an now rec
ognized as- annual fixtures, brought out big fields- and imprej
sive achievements.-v' '
Other tournaments for ballnlavers are in nrocess of organ'

zatloh at Florida, and Informal one-day events keep popping up
all through the -training season. In short, golf has forced itself

on the attention or an oig-ieague managers, ana some 01 id
especially those ytho are not devotees of the gamft, feel impelled
to put on ,th; wakes.
The first pilflt itP recoirnize the problems posed by colllnF
bailnlavers is -CaseyiStenstel of the Yankees, who brought' the

mtt1lht4rie',icii:'ln a pres conference recently. Casy said

rthat fe -beiieverj'he-could handle his no'rers ouite cormorianiy
... 1 .. t'll v.... .-,..-(1.1..., 11.-1. .kl. U a

wnue iney sre nown ncrc. wur pp wmmcn i,;ias cwumn u

links atmetitesot'.tfJrr, of his athletes during the pennant sea sea-aon
aon sea-aon nr.sferted difficulties.
. In fart. Stenrel r-mr Wpht ont with fbe nn"imcemnt

ihaf hi favored va rule barring golf for the Yankees

"Thev. must not overdo vo:f any more than tb-ev vuitrht

to tie im- their miwcles bv swlmrQine too much, bu-n them,-

selves lying around on the beB'-h in the hot sun," saia t,asey.

GOLFERS COME BACK POOPED
"Golf during the regular season worries me because, after
a day off, my links bugs came back pooped instead of re refreshed,"
freshed," refreshed," Stengel continued.
"Before my lees were smashed in that run-in with a taxi

in Boston, I also :piayed golf. But I used discretion and caution.

Besides,- the game never got a strong hold on me.
"Barring golf for ballplayers would be nothing new. Millei

Hugglns did It when he managed the Yankees in the 1920s, and

Joe McCarthy put curbs on his golfers through the 30s. John
J. McGraw played at golf a little, mostly in Cuba. But he wai
oead set against any of his players going in lor it.
"There were very few ballplayer golfers years ago because
they were, ridiculed, discouraged by their managers, and handi handicapped
capped handicapped by the expense.
"The Pilots were opposed to golf because they thought
that the golf swing hurt baseball batting. McGraw and Hug-girts
said that addiction to the links developed a low swing:
"They never mentioned the fact that playing 18 holes on
a tough course, especially one of those hilly things in W-esp
Chester, tired the average ballplayer more than pitching hinf!
innings, or chasing around the outfield in a high-scoring game 1
"Golf's effect on the batting swing doesn't bother me one
bit. For one thinar. rjltchinir has stone in for lnw stuff v.sn

dally sinkers. The hurler who throws high consistently will
not make a living in the major laegues."
YANKEES GREATEST ADDICTS
Stengel's proposal that golf be barred durinff the basehall

season is important because the Yankees list mor links ,dafier

man any omtr, ciud in tne majors.
Third-string catcher Darrel Johnson, who won th Tamnp

tournament with X 7' c J better, lsrjtho champion of

i. Duiiiwn, ouy vuiers ure 'coming aione; iasiy 1 v
Yogi Berra; who:is breakinfp 90 consistently, a right-handed
driver and youthoaw nutter, is regarded t

Mickey Mantle, "who has been golfine- for only year, already
is in the low 90s. Whitey Ford and Joe Collins also are cutting

wieir ouurr arasucauv.
Stencel has moved MantTe nff fh. tour Mphm nf HTIrlr.

ev's le trouble. Casey hone that hU hrrn will nW f k. r.li-l

tion. But he recollect th- Rath never paid much attention to

HOW HlieeinS rT"e to COlf wV(t W- Intpr.otlntr cfnr.'

never beff"-. revealed, in 1027 th tv,ir trotiv.

"here, "tT)p vanvpfij reri jnt0 tr rmmii nf iav pf rf'". V ft'1'

writer sp nii fOTyfd the Huwo-ir"! decpicme. Com-

marroenr no. j harr rfir.

StTtf V"' p'lfr nn Kw th riwj certf''Ho! an
"rgatert onlte pn ari,""' rnrw TniprtH,H

wessons for the ban, Fue; inv?stloted the orlcln of hi-

decp'r""''.
't the of"1'' 0." V'"? said to the improvisor. "I will back
von to. Golf is barred."

PANAMA AMERICAN

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Coco Solo Brsreg .. 1 4 3 -Coca
Cola Bottlers 1 J4 '3

J Mutual of Omaha hurdled one
of the bl obstachjs tn their pra pra-nerit
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back the coco solito Cub tv a
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First Half At Stake TemsnwW
The Ocelots and-Palomaa 4ri

meet Saturday at -.the Fastiieli

Teenage ballpark to deckle the win-

... a, (k. -, k -, Mr-.

VI which will determine the long a a-"
" a-" I waited winner wUl sUrt St 2:30 p.
m. The publle is urged to attend

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a first rate fur flymg contest.
At the end of the regularly ached ached-uled
uled ached-uled games oft he flrat talf of th

season, the Ocelots and Paloratl

were on even terms wna seven aria

ana tnree losses etc a.

Mgr. M. de is Pens of the Palwi

mas will start Kline with Carri.

doing the catching. Mgr. C. Hlni
wiaprobably go with either Yaiagha
er Remolds with AmniraM

held in reserve, J. Morris will be

receiver. . j
Both teams havt players that

eta -pat tt out of the park" and,
come up with the big ones. Evenly,
balanced, the teams are expected,
to put en a humdinger of s play-off-,
ptmt aftfi -tt i fttwtfttrtv mm...1

Chuck Bath -werit to mund mended that tfc fn tn'm f.

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.THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPF.NDFNT DAILY NEWSPAPER
' FRIDAY, MARCH I, 1MT
C L A SSI FIE
THIS SPACE IS FOR SALE
FOR INFORMATION TELEPHONE 2-0740
WANTED? Experienced maid
ta live in. References. Must be
able to cook. Apply Sunday,
morning only House 5780 A. Sib'
art Street Diablo.
Lost Hound dog new turmsnf
Find. Pleas call 2-4445.

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Houses
FOR RENT: Completely furn-
Chad large residence, for Em -iscy,
companies or soma re re-spensabla
spensabla re-spensabla parson. Appointments
must bo arrangad. Phona 3-18-5.
FOR RENT: Completely turn turn-iihed,
iihed, turn-iihed, vary comfortable resid residence,
ence, residence, gardens, ate. $ 200.00 a
month. ool place in excellent
residential section. Call 2-2011
(Office !heurs, for appoint appoint-ments).
ments). appoint-ments). FOR RENT: NEAR HOTEL
PANAMA, completely furnish furnished
ed furnished chalet, AIR-CONDITIONED
bedroom, dining room, large
living room,! larga kitchen,
service quarters. Good maid at
$20.00 goes with house. For
three months, beginning April
17th. Also ear for low rent. In Inform
form Inform at ionr Telephone 3-0438.
2
FOR RENT: Two bedroom
furnished chalet at Campo Ale Ale-gre,
gre, Ale-gre, $65.00. Samuel Lewis St.
No. 4. Telephone 2-3887.
FOR RENT: Completely furn furnished
ished furnished residence, 4 bedrooms, 2
bathrooms, laundry room, etc.,
43rd street No. 27, Bella Vista.
FOR RENTi Completely furn-
ished, three bedroom's modern
house. 148 Via Belisario Porras
J All eonvertfeneee.
FOR RENT.. Nieely furnish furnished
ed furnished one bedroom chalet for
married couple, only $75.00. 48
street No.j5, Tl. 3-1933.
i. FOR RENT: Modern furnirii-
ed chalet with hot water. Call
3-5403. 7a. street No. 24 Golf
Height.
Resorts
X Reserve NOW. Inexpensive sat
11 Isfying vacations Santa Clara
Beach. Shrapnel's furnished
houses. Phone Balboa 1772.
i rrmipe. 1
T Group tour to Darlen Indian
? country, March 10th. David and
V Boquete, March 17th. San Bias,
' March 24trrnd-11 stupor r
servations call Panama 3-3094
f or Balboa 2922.
, FOSTER'S COTTAGIS and large
' beach hen. One mile past Ca Casino.
sino. Casino. Phone Balboa 1S66.
PHILLIPS Oceanslde Cottages
Santa Clara. Box 1890 Pana Panama,
ma, Panama, R. de P. Phone Panama
3-1877, Cristobal 3-1673.
'.FOR RENT: Room to bachelor.
Telephone 3-5543. From 4:00 p.
-;. m. to 8:00 p.m.
f
HOUSEHOLD
EXCHANGE
SELLS
e Double beds with
sprint and mattress. $49.00
e Metal cheats of
drawers 9.58
Wardrobes i 15.00
Metal Sideboard ... 15.00
Metaf beds (39) with
Springs 14.50
e Cribs with new
mattresses 39.06
Center Table 15.00
Linoleum . 6.95
o Chairs 2.50
Bunk beds with
mattress 69.00
Folding cots 22.90
Large Locker 10.00
o Table Model SINGER
Sewing Machine ...195.00
National Ave. No. 41
Phone 3-4911 or 3-7348
NECCHI
supernova
The super-automatic
simple, practical, push pushbutton
button pushbutton sewing machine.
The only machine thti
4oe buttonholes
automatically .without
turning tha fabric.
A standard MXCHJ can be
had ferS145.ftt with no dawn
payment and installments at
only Si tS.
Cask ADMIRABLE
keaMc the M.
dta Vtrte tmrk

Rooms

Apartments

ATTENTION. 0. I.I Juit built
modern furnished apartments, I,
2 badroomi, hot, cold water.
Phona Panama 3-4941.
FOR RENT: Modern apart apartment,
ment, apartment, i closets, 2 bedrooms,
living room, dining room, kit kitchen,
chen, kitchen, porch, garage. 46th St.
East No. 2-41. Phone 3-1423.
FOR RENT: Top floor in two two-apartment
apartment two-apartment building at "El Can Can-grejo,"
grejo," Can-grejo," F street. 2 larga bed bedrooms,
rooms, bedrooms, living room, dining
room, maid's room, hot water,
garage. Telephone 3-0955.
FOR RENT: Comfortable a.
partment at El Cangrejo "A"
street No. 11, facing Hotel El
Panama. Telephone 3-3920.
FOR RENT: Apartment, 3
bedrooms, living and dining
room, 2 porches hot water,
maid's room, garage, beautiful
view. Bella Vista, Colombia St.
No. 44-17. Permanent elevator
service. Enquire same build building.
ing. building. FOR RENT: Furnished mod modern
ern modern apartment: one bedroom,
living dining, hot water; inde independent,
pendent, independent, quiet, in El Cangrejo.
Please apply Foto El Halcon on
side street facing Hotel El Pa Panama.
nama. Panama. Tel. 3-1179 or 3-4082.
FOR RENT: One furnished
bedroom apartment No. 5. Au Automobile
tomobile Automobile Road No. 45. Call 3 3-5328.
5328. 3-5328. FOR RENT: Unfurnished a a-partment.
partment. a-partment. Private entrance,
large livingroom, dinning room
two bedrooms, two baths
Maids quarters, locked garage,
lovely residential section. Pa Panama
nama Panama 3-0873.
FOR RENT: Nice apartment
at Campo Alegre. Living-dinning
room, three bedrooms, 2
bathrooms, larga kitchen,
maid's room, laundry. For in information
formation information call Panama, 3-4441.
Little Red Hen v
Lays Green Eggs;
Nobody Knows Why
NEWtAtBANY, Ind. (UP) A
little red: hen is tuinr'up for St.
Patrick's Day. It lays a green egg
almost every day.
John Hubbuch, 77, and his wife,
Florence, 72, owners of the "new
Hampshire Red" hen, said today
the chicken never has laid any anything
thing anything but turquoise green" eggs.
The green eggs have agricul agricultural
tural agricultural experts puzzled.
Gary East, the Hubbuch's county
agent, thought it might be some something
thing something the bird ite. But Mrs. Hub Hubbuch
buch Hubbuch said she fed her entire flock
the same diet "mash, cracked
corn and whole corn.
Poultrymen at Purdue Univer University
sity University said the only explanation they
could give was the hen may have
had a South American ancestor.
They say the araucana, a wild
latin chicken, lays green eggs. But
Mrs. Hubbuch said h er chicken
"looks like a New Hampshire
Red."
Mrs. Hubbuch said the green
eggs look like any others in the
frying pan and "taste just like an
ordinary egg."
The problem of coloring Easter
eggs also has been solved, Mrs.
Hubbuch said.
"I'll leave them just like they
are."
Couple Charged
With Double Deal
In Esoionaqe
KARLSRUHE, Germany (UP) (UP)-The
The (UP)-The Supreme Court heard evi evidence
dence evidence today against a German
couple charged with spying for
East nd West at the same time.
Karl Heinz Reckling, 30, and
his wife Christa, 31, are chareed
.... K .)... .;.,, I U T T c

nanc'e7&enc7 c.Uov "e S
- D.:k.ij i idea of modernizing the White

to the Soviet Intelligence Agency.
Reckling allegedly was employed)
by both organizations from 1951
until his arrest last year.
NOMINATED Thomas 8.
Gates above), now Under Undersecretary
secretary Undersecretary of the Navy, ha
been nominated by President
Eisenhower to succeed Secre Secretary
tary Secretary of the Navy Charles
Thomas, who 1? resigning,
. effective April L

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BARDO No. 28 "B" Street MORRISON 4th of July Ave. & J St. a) LEWIS
FARMACIA LUX 1M Central Avenue HOUSEHOLD EXCHANGE J. Fo. de
VAN-DER-JIS 56 Street No. 53 FARMACIA EL BATURRO Parque Lefevre
the Bella Vista Theatre.

Automobiles
FOR SALE: 1948 fourdoor
Hudson, good 'conditions, for
immediate sale. Call Villare Villare-sa,
sa, Villare-sa, Tivoli Hotel.
FOR SALE: 1948 Buick- 4
door, good tires, paint interior,
radio back up light. $249.00.
Tel. 2-4352, 4-8 p.m.
FOR SALE: 1954 4-door Chev
Bel Aire, blue and white, radio
heater, excellent condition. Ph.
Navy 3722.
FOR SALE: Do you want a
good used car? Than 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 2548.
FOR SALE: 1953 Ford tudor,
like new, 1800 miles, new tires
battery, seat covers, etc. For
cash sale $1,000. Phone, Bal. 2-
3173.
FOR SALE: 1955 Chevrolet
Belair 4-door sedan, two-tone
sky blue and ivory, 1500 miles.
Excellent condition. Fine radio
$1,800.00 cash. Telephone 3-53-74
or 3-4994.
FOR SALE: 194 Tudor Sedan
six cylinder Ford. May be seen
at 2718-D Cocoli, C.Z. Navy Pa Pa-cifie
cifie Pa-cifie 3035.
FOR SALE: 1953 Chev. Bel
Air, 2-door Sedan. Good condi condition,
tion, condition, 59 Via Argentina, El Can Cangrejo.
grejo. Cangrejo. Panama 3-2732.
FOR SALE: 1948, 4 cylinder
Oldsmobile Sedan. Excellent
motor, battery, tires. Bargain
low priced. Call 2 0025 or 3-4442.
FOR SALE: 1949 Ford 4 door,
8 cylinder with radio. Very
good condition, $275.00. Tele Telephone
phone Telephone Panama 3-5549.
LIFE INSURANCE
call
JIM RIDGE
General Agent
Gibraltar Ufa Ins. Co.
for rates and Information
1 Tel,-Panama 2-0552
TRANSPORTES BAXTER, S..A.
Packers Shippers Movert
Phone. 1 -2451 2-25
Learn Riding at
PANAMA RIDING SCHOOL
Riding fr Jumping Classes daily
3 to 5 p.m. Phene 2-2451
er by appointment.
Balboa Service Center
BEAUTY SHOP
SPECIAL COLD WAVK
$7.50
Mondav Thru Thursday
Balboa I-JS5S
tor lh personnel and tnctr
famUle only.
canon
NEW
Model V
With F 1.2 Lens
at
U.itlll
Panama N. York Col6n
Ike Supports Idea
Of Modernizing
The White House
WASHINGTON, March 8 (UP)
President Eisenhower said to-
House to provide much-needed
additional office space.
Mr. Eisenhower told his news
conference the White House is too
much of a symbol to most Amen
cans to be abandoned as the
residence of the chief executive
It would be linked to the W h i t e
House' by a tunnel. The White
House would be used almost en
tirely as a residence.
Mr. Eisenhower said, however,
that any physical change in the
White House would not involve
him because he would be out of
office by the time any major con
structioa could be completed.
New Testament
In Longhand
Is Lenten Duty
LA SALLE. I1L (UP) Some
100 La Salle, in., churchmen have
begun the laborious job of writing
out tbe New Testament' in Jong
band a a Lenten duty.
The writers, members of the
Trinity Evangelical and Reformed
Church, began the eraiee'
Wednesdsy under the direction of
their pastor. Rev. Kleomsn.
The pastor said each man will
ropy 10 page to give them an
idea of the difficulty involved in
the erriting of the original New
TestafnenL

AGENTS OR OUR OFFICES AT 13-37

3 Lottery Plaza CASA ZALDO Central
Miscellaneous
FOR SALE: Oak dinette set
table, 4 chairs, Buffet. Curundu
5214.
FOR SALE: Executive's swiv swivel
el swivel chair, $25.00 and stenogra stenographer's
pher's stenographer's chair, $10.00, one bottle
typo electric water cooler, $100
Apply Sander and Co. 12 Tivoli
Avenue. Phone Panama 2-3883.
FOR SALE: 40 gallon fish
aquarium complet $40.00. Sa Sanitary,
nitary, Sanitary, refrigerator, 40 cycle,
$75.00. Mahogany chest of
drawers $45.00. Phono 3-4016,
FOR SALE: R.C.A. 21 inch
T.V. 25-60 cycle, excellent con condition,
dition, condition, Phone 85-2188.
FOR SALE: 1 Boys bike 20"
wheel $10.00, 1 Hi standard 22
pistol $40.00, 1 1939 Ply CP. "In "Inspected"
spected" "Inspected" $45.00, House 234 A
Gatun 5-304.
General
ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS
DRAWER "A," DIABLO
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De Valera Gels
Sweeping Majority
In Irish Elections
DUBLIN, March (UP)
Former Premier Eamon de
Valera, 74, was swept back into
power in Ireland last night when
his "Soldiers of Destiny" party
was assured an absolute majority
of parliamentary seats in nation nationwide
wide nationwide general- elections.
The New York born statesman
emerged from almost three years
as opposition leader to oust a
coalition government headed by
John A. Costello, leader of the
Fine Gael party.
Costello-formally conceded de defeat
feat defeat lata yesterday
DitValer.1 makins? a laatJitiitAp
comebacl attempt, had warned he
would not return to office unless
he won a working over-all major majority
ity majority that would permit his Fianna
Fail party to form a single-party
government. '' j
His majority was assured when
his party won its 74th seat in the
147-member Dail (Parliament).
News of the decisive result was
greeted by thunderous cheers and
singing at de Valera's party
neaaquarters.
Final results of the Tuesday
general elections gave de Valera's
Fianna Fail 78 seats to 40 for
Costello' Fine Gael. The Labor
party had 12 seats; Independents,
9; the Sinn Fein, 4; Farmers
party 3, and Republicans, one.
De Valera has been premier of
the Irish Republic for 19 years
of its 25-year history." He was
ousted in 194 after 168 straight
years in power and then returned
in 1951 for another three-year
period.
The veteran Fianna Fail chief,
will form a government in an"
attempt to lift Ireland out of its
severest economic crisis since the
"potato famine" of the 1840s.
The nation is suffering from
widespread unemployment, and
Irishmen once more are leaving
the country in large numbers.
Bible School
Begins March 18
Al SI. Chrisfoph's
The sixth annual Vacation Bib'e
School to be sponsored by St.
Christopher s Episcopal Church,
Rio Abajo, will begin on Monday,
Marcn is.
Two schools will be conducted
for the various age levels.. The
first school, from March 18 to
March 31, will be for beginners
ages 4-6.
The second school, beginning A
pril 1, will be for students from
the first grsde through high
school.
The daily sessions will begin at
8 a.m. each morning and will con continue
tinue continue through noon, Monday
through Friday each week.
their children attending these
classes should secure enrollment
forms st the church.
Revival Services
Continues Al Aricon
Hazarene Church
Special revival services being
conducted by Dr. Roy F. Smee,
at the Ancon church of the
Nazarene, will continue each
night through March 10.
The ministry of Dr. smee nas
been irreatty appreciated and
well accepted by those who have
attended. The evening services
begin at 7 o'clock; on Sunday
the preaching service will be at
10:30 sun. (

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SERVICES
The best dinners and drink
are served in our modern air air-conditioned
conditioned air-conditioned cafeteria, grill and
bar. Hotel International "Pla "Plaza
za "Plaza 5 do Mayo. V-
$2.50 for local TV service calls
UNTIL March 15 to acquaint
you with our service. SAME
DAY service if you call before
7 p.m. Our work Js uncondi unconditionally
tionally unconditionally guaranteed. Open 9 a.m.
to 10 p.m. daily. Phone 2-4414,
U.S. Television (all e r v i c e
c.o.d.).
Home Articles
FOR SALE: Westlnghouse re re-frig.;
frig.; re-frig.; Maytag washing machine
25 cycle; youth bed; miscall
laneou household articles. Call
4-551. r
FOR SALE: 25 cycle Westing Westing-house
house Westing-house refrigerator for sale. 07 07-74
74 07-74 E Williamson Place.
FOR SALE: Modern dining
set, mahogany extension table
i chairs and buffet. Priced for
quick sale $195.00. Tel. 3-428.
Lesson
Lesson: Atlantic side. Ladies
rhythmic exercise. For infor information
mation information call Mrs, Donaldson
Oulick 489.
LEARN BALLROOM Dancing
Adults Teenagers Preteens
Balboa 2-4239. Harnett and
Dunn.'...
Annual Gamboa
Family Picnic
To Be Held Sunday
The' congregation and: Sunday
School of the Gamboa Union
Church will join in the annual
family picnic Sunday at Summit
experimental Gardens.
Families will take dinner bas
kets and spread their lunches on
ample tables at the picnic grounds.
People will gather in groups as
space and circumstances allow.
Dinner will begin at 1 o'clock.
though families are free to arrive
and find places earlier. Drinking
water and soft drinks will be fur
nished. The committee has empha
sized that this event is open to
all members, friends and neigh neighbors,
bors, neighbors, not only of Gamboa, but of
other communities as well.
Regular services will occur at
Gamboa Union Church on Sunday
morning. In the Sunday School as
sembly at 9:30 a.m. colored pic pictures
tures pictures will be shown of Indians jf
North America, stressing especial especially
ly especially the people and the communi communities
ties communities of the Navajo in the S o u t fa fa-west.
west. fa-west. On following Sunday morn morn-igs
igs morn-igs the minister will show pic pictures
tures pictures taken on a recent tour' in
parts of South America.
The service of Morning Worship
will, begin as usual at 10:40.. The
theme for the services during the
Lenten period, "The Christian and
the Church."
'The Dishwasher'
Promised Hearing
Before Extradition
CHICAGO (UP) Edward (Bea (Beanie
nie (Beanie the Dishwasher) BedweU was
sssured today of a hearing by
Illinois officials on an attempt by
Florida to extradite him on a rape
charge.
The bearing was granted as
Florida authorities announced they
would seek the death penalty
against the 21-year-old Skid Row
drifter if he is indicted there.
Gov. William G. Stratton ap
pointed Paul A. Hansen, a Spring
field attorney, a hearing officer
at tbe request of Bedwelrs at tor
nev.- David IS. Bradsnaw.
Bedweil first confessed and then
dened slaying Barbara and Pa
tricia Grimes, whose nuda and
frozen bodies were found in a
roid!,ddlicb ,AJ22:
BedweU was freed of the mur
der charges Monday, but was
promptly re-arrested on a charge
of assaulting a 13-year-old girl at
DeLand. Fla.. in March 1956
State's Atty. W.W. (Billy) Judge
-aid in DeLaiM mat u seaweu is
extradited and if be is indicted
on the charge, "I'll request tbe
death oenalty in court."
Bedweil was identified by anoth
er deputy and tbe rape victim
from newspaper photographs as a
carnival worker wanted for mo
isting girls. He is held under
$100,000 bond in Cook Coearty jail
here.
Judge said papers requesting
Bed well's extrsditioa gkeuld reach
the desk of Florida Gov LeRoy
Collins today.
In Springfield, Hansen sstd no
Bearing date will be set nnui tne
extradition papers a re received
from the Florida governor.

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182 La Cafrashuilla FARMACIA LOM.
Boats & Motors
FOR SALE: 18ft. sloop wirti
inboard beet offer. Call Robert
Her vis Albrook 213a.
FOR SALE: 14 ft plywood
semi. V bottom boat, trailer,
and equlpement. U H.P. Mer Mercury
cury Mercury outboard;. Phona 828-3503.
'FOR SALE: On aluminum,
2 plywood, 1 fiber glass boats.
All 15 ft.- Excellent condition.
15 h.p. Evenrude, 20 h.p. Mar.
cury, 10 h.p. Johnson, 2 1-2 h.p.
Elgin. Any boat and motor to
suit your pocket-book. Make of offer.
fer. offer. ABERNATHY SPORTING
GOODS, acres side street El
Panama Hotel. Telephone 3 3-6895.
6895. 3-6895. FOR SALE: 14 Ft. Custom
runabout remote centrals new
trimmings 25 Johnson outboard
Miami Gator Trailer $750.00.
Bargain ready ta ga. Phene Pa Panama
nama Panama 3-0940.
FOR SALE: 12 ft. boat and
trailer, 25 H.P. outboard motor
195 model. Call 2-2291, Pana Panama,
ma, Panama, 8 to 4 p.m. 11
Real Estate
FOR SALE: Elegant resid residence
ence residence J comfortable, spacious
- with 'pleasant surroundings.
Largo. garden and yard. Bella
.Vista. Owner leaving Isthmus.
Far1 information call 2-3012 of office
fice office hours ar 3-0932 after 7:00
FOR SALE: Furnished house
leaking out en Pacific enjoy
'your awn home; 200 yards from
Gorgona Beach. Phone Balboa,
4474. ;
Cattle Rustling
Girl Appeals
3-Year Stretch
. TUNICA. Miss, (UP) "An at
tractive blonde today planned to
appeal hef .conviction ana sen
tence to three years in tha state
penitentiary on cattle-r u s t li n g
charges. ,v
An all-male f jury deliberated
one hour Wednesday, then found
Alice Mills, 30, guilty of rustling
cattle from a plantation where
she worked.
Miss Mills was the only one of
nine persons accused of operating
a cattle theft ring to be brought
to trial. Seven others pleaded
guilty and will be sentenced later
and one is still at large.
Hille Coleman, director of the
Livestock Theft Bureau of the
Mississippi Highway Patrol, said
Miss Mills- and the others stole 90
to 100 head of cattle from the Ab-
bey-Leatherman plantation, where
they worked.
Ex-Marine Charged
With Bludgeoning
15-Year-0ld Girl
HACKENSACK, N.J. (UP) A
23 year old former Marine
charged with fatally bludgeoning
15?year-old Victoria Zielinski, to today
day today awaited action of tha Bergen
County grand jury. ;
Edgar Smith, unemployed fath father
er father of a two-month-old child, was
charged with first degree murder
after he admitted he took the high
school sophomore to a lover's lane
in Mahway, N.J., against her
wishes Monday night.
Victoria's half-nude, battered
body was found in a gravel pit
luesday morning by her parents.
Smith, a handsome, blond youth
who lives with his 19-year-old wife
in a trailer camp, reenacted his
meeting with Victoria for police.
He stopped short of the actual
murder and. did not confess an
attempted rape.
Prosecutor Guy W. Calissi said,
"I can't say he admitted any anything.
thing. anything. But he signed a statement
let's put it that way.
Police bad picked Smith up for
routine questioning along with 21
other friends and acquaintances of
the deed girl.
Smith had lived only three
blocks from. Victoria's home be
fore his marriage. He said he
knew the girl through mutual
friends and had driven her borne
from school several times. -
Authorities said Smith denied
attempting ta molest Victoria, but
said she suddenly wanted to get
out of the csr. He said sho struck
him and be remembered punching
at her
Police quoted Smith as ssying
he Clicked out" in the scuffle
and couldn't remember if his
punch struck the girl or if ha had
bea'ten her with a rock.
Aa autoosr showed Victoria died
of a fractured skull apparently in
flicted by two heavy blood-stained
rocks found near her body. Both
ber hose and taw bad been brok
en and several of ber teeth
knocked ant.- -
Calissi said a break came in
the esse when Joseph Gilror, who
bad loaned Smith his csr Monday
night, called police ta report u
bad bee returned with blood
' stain inside.

7 Women Who Used PennStaWn
Rest Room For Their Home Arrested

NEW YORK,'(UP)-Seven wom
en, ranging in age from 45 to 72.
admitted to a judge Wednesday
that they had been using the
ladies' room in spacious Pennsyl
vania Mation as a dormitory-r
some for as long as three months
The, women told their story
after police arrested them for
loitering in the sprawling rail
terminal in midtown Manhattan,
One woman produced a bank
book showing a balance of $1, $1,-406.32.
406.32. $1,-406.32. Others had varying
amounts of money. Two had no
funds-.
"This is the most unusuarthing

I've ever heard. Seven women65 cents as her sol ft.nHa Mi..

hoboing in Pennsylvania Station!
exclaimed Magistrate Jack. L.
Nicoll.
Railroad police, after observing
the women for some time, made
the arrests early Wednesday as
the women were -settling down for
the night.
Tha arresting officers described
the seven as "permanent" mem members
bers members of the informal residence
clubr indicating, that' others also
have been using ;the loun&e as a
dormitory. 1 ", ;
explaining then- routine, the
women nervously told Judge Ni
coll they slept in the lounge from
midnight to about 6 a.m. then
would go out for breakfast, which
usually was followed by window-
snopping. Afternoons, they said,
were devoted to odd jobs or seek
ing employment. If the weather
was bad, they often would take
cat-naps in the lounge. Occasion
- "The World Of vNifht. a eW
ing account of -what happens att attar
ar attar darkv in V fascinating fields ot
natural history, -a 4r among the
DOOKS-. pisced in" -circulation this
week by the Canal Zona library.
Written by Lorus and Margery
Milne, two well-known scientists.
tha book tells the1 story of w h a f
happens under cover, of darkness
to birds, insects, reptiles, mam
mals, ana iisn in the many differ
ent environments they inhabit.
Tha authors- and titles of the
books placed in circulation during
the week follow:
HON FICTION Our Sack-
ward Children. Halser: Our
Changing Weather, Fenton; The
World of Night, Milne; Common
Exotic Trees of South Florida
Barrett; Earth, Sky and Sea. Pic
card; Your Blood Pressure and
How to Live With It, Br am
Principles of Industrial Waste
Treatment, Gurnham; All Yon
Need to Know About Dogs, Hoyt
The Anatomy of Nature, Feinin-
ger; The Theme Is Freedom, Dos
Passos; Tboreau of Walden, Hough.
FICTION The Facts of Love,
Baron; The Blue Dog and Other
Fables for the French, Bodart;
Company Mad, Burnett; The Sid
of The Angels'. Curtis: The Adven
tures of Captain McCargo, RaU-
gan; The Blonde- Died Dancing,
Roos: White. Night Rosaire; The
Flight, Stephan j .Nightmare, Wool
rich.
Ships' Collision
In Delaware River
Starts llavy Probe
NEW CASTIJS,. Det March
(UP) Navv and Coast Guard
investigators" delved today Into
causes of a collision that sent a
navy -owned gasoline tanker to
explosive death on the Delaware
River, carrying down 10 men
with her.
The 10 men aboard the Mis
sion of San Francisco when ahe
was rammed by the liberlan
freighter Elna IHwere missing
and presumed dead. Among
them were the Mission's Cap
tain, William. Allen, 54.-or oai oai-veston,
veston, oai-veston, Tex., and a pilot, Capt.
Ralph Smith of New Tore
Thirty-five other men on the
tanker and ttu 23-memoer crew
of the freighter were saved.
A team ot investigators and a
salvaee supervisor were sent by
the Navy to tbe scene ana uie
Coast Guard Questioned some
of the survivors in Fnuaaeipnia.
The Coast -Guard said a three-
man Marine board will invesu-i
rate the collision at a hearing
in Philadelphia Monday.- Testi
mony will be. taken ana recom recommendations
mendations recommendations sent to Washington-
Tha collision occurred early
lyesterdav on a bend of the Del-
f wm Bin. nt.. friar known
twfci .
as the "Graveyard of Ship."
The outbound Elna sliced the
ton Mission in two about
midships, touching off an ex
plosion that wrapped the empty
vessels in flame and rocked a
wide area.
The 4500 ton En, en route
to Baltimore after discharging
a cargo of wood at Wilmington,
DeL, ran aground. The tanker,
on it wav to Paulsboro to take
en cargo, sank five hours later.

ally, they would go to. hotels ''ta
bathe. t
Mrs. Lena Onorato handed tha
judge a bankbook showing a bal-
ance of 11,406.32. She was living ;
in the lounge, she -said., because
she was unable t0 find a room.
Mrs. Dora Peck, 72, the eldest
of the seven, said she had been
going to the lounge since Decern"
ber. A widow, she said -she re re-ceived
ceived re-ceived a monthly pension of $100.
Like the others, she carried all
her belongings, including her mon money;
ey; money; in a paper bag.
Miss Clare Noone. -57. the nnlv

one who-pleaded guilty, produced
neien Mattson, 45, the youngest,
said she was penniless.
Judge Nicoll imposed suspended
sentences on all seven after they
agreed to let the Welfare Depart Department
ment Department help straighten out their
affairs. All seven refused' t ac accept
cept accept any welfare" funds.
Scandal Mags May;
Face Congressional
Investigation Soon
WASHINGTON (UP)-Rep. Pit.
rick J. Hillings (R:alif.) said to.
day he may tall for1 a con congressional
gressional congressional investigation of scandal
magazines that "prey upon pri private
vate private lives" of celebrities,
Perhaps i the situation? has be become
come become so odious it is -time for the
gqvernment to look into it," 'he
told reporters. .
Hillings, a member : of the
House Judiciary Committee, said
ha will decide whether t propose
an investigation after he gets tha
views of a California State Senate
committee which has been, inves
tigating scandal .magazines and
private investigators- ;
The investigation : sought -to
learn whether private detectives
were selling confidential informa information
tion information about their clients to scandal
magazines.
A special New York legislative
committee reported Wednesday
that tha number of "stx and
"expose" magazines has skyrock skyrocketed
eted skyrocketed during-the. last year.
-"The publishers, of this' type
smut obviously and openly con continue
tinue continue to pander to the lawd'and
lascivious, seeking only td sen sensationalize
sationalize sensationalize and exploit lex, im immorality
morality immorality and perversion for
profit," ;ihe report said,
Tugboaf Operators
Vole On Contract
To End IIY Strike
new york; Mareh:t 'un
Striking tugboat ;cwmen
voted i today on a nrf gree
ment aimed at settling a Sfl Sfl-day
day Sfl-day strike that -has impartially
crippled maritime traffic in
New York harbor.
i Detail of the agreement,
reached last night after 11
hours of negotiations,' were not
disclosed pending tha vote to- -day
by -members- of 'Local 333
of the United Marine-Division
of the National Maritime Union.
In the event of acceptance.
some crewmen wet ey expected x
to be back ; at work,'' manning
tugboats within- matter of
hours.. ', '
A previous agreement reach
ed Feb. 21. Was relected. 'twice
by the union, on Feb. 28 -and,
again. last -Sunday. Rejection'
was based on the union's ob
jection to the six-year length.
of the contract, The union- had
sought two-year pact-,
?The .now agreement r a a
known to. provide, for a shorter
contract, and was described by
mediators, as "generally Im Improved'
proved' Improved' 'over the rejected pact
Its length, however, was not
disclosed.
Tbe earlier contract provided
for an 11 per cent -wage in
crease, a wage reopening after
two years and Improved work working
ing working conditions. ;
CZ Rock Club
Field Trip Set :
For Sunday
The Csnsl Zone Gem and ITina-
ralogical Society will conduct aft-
other field' trip Sunday moraiag.
Members, friends and visitors will
meet at the club's home at the
club s borne at the entrance to
Pier 20. Balboa, about t a.m. and
will proceed from there to the
large bridge ever the Chilibre Riv-,
er. Anyone curious about rocks,
and wishing- to attend these
held trips, is invited to do so. r
Requiem Mass
A reewew mats,
by Mrs. May Dnm, will be keW
t99triaNaf 0f A 'ctclc
in Christ Church by the See, Ca
lea, far the repeie af the ew
a Mr. Levise CayU Raw, wh
died twa rear at teener raw.-
In additie te her eWtsMer,
Mr. Deewa, the dacaaeew Is mtr.
vlved ar a erather, JaM Cavl.
e Penema Cify, and ether
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P ARRIS ISLAND, S.C., March 8 (UP). A civilian attorney
for a Marine drill Instructor on trial for striking 11 recruits
Iourht to prove today that the alleged blows were only .''taps.
-' Attorney Fred Shields, statin the most aggressive tactics
-i k... .in. th nublicized "death march" trial last summer,

'brought out testimony yesterday

t altered.
'. rrh- frioi f CdI. William
R
TOoich 2B. of Lvndhurst, N. J
j ..mnd dav before a
Tpecial courtmartlalboard al al-"ready
"ready al-"ready reduced ln.size as a result
one of Shields' challenges
V The senior officer of the
'.court, Lt. Col. Maurice L- AP
TnV SSKrfd thr'le
geants.
' Pt Edmond L. Ramie of
Wrtertown, N. I, said under
ThMdV cross examination
i: SS"7 Predial in'
.ordered him to sign
went accusing Walsh of mi mi-'treatment
'treatment mi-'treatment "or else go to the
brig."
? Walsh, 13th man to be disci disciplined
plined disciplined withjn a year for mto mto-irea'tment
irea'tment mto-irea'tment of recruits at tne
base, was accused un under
der under 24 specifications of -trlk-tog
11 recruits in his Platoon
"lut Ramie said he had re retorted
torted retorted that Walsh only tap-
Pe.dl.hi8r.e,i;nrt, was nrlnted,
i1 !" .In th? word "hit" had
'been substituted
STbrt toted for "tap." He
ilS Husbands Are
Suckers, Claims
European Actress
BUENOS AIRES (UP) AMI
blonde European aciress
' husbands' io the United States are
?;.!,..... hn "knuckle under" to
fuiau
their nagging wives.
iTi. American wife is
'untamed shrew who regards
Kef husband as a convenience for
oaying the bills, musical comedy
tar Nyata Dover aaid yesterday.
;Misi Dover's soft brown eyes
napped indignantly as he,.P0
of the American couples she had
met in the United States and on a
rorftnt Caribbean- cruise. c
' was astounded cat the way
American women treat their hus husband
band husband and the way the men knuck knuckle
le knuckle under," she said.
nhvinii1v well-to-do business-
anen who were probably kings in

their offices were aepi rumim
'like messenger boys by their de demanding
manding demanding wives.
"It was 'hubby this' and 'hubby
that' and 'don't do this' and 'don t
' do that' all through the trip.. And
hubby danced to the tune which
' was even more amanng."
": Miss Dover is the daughter of a
Ciechoslovakian statesman who
was shot and killed by the Rus Rus-.i.n.
.i.n. Rus-.i.n. sh hai anneared in num

erous films and shows throughout
Europe and operates two night nightclubs
clubs nightclubs in Italy. She is here to ap appear
pear appear in an Argentine revenue and
expects to return to New York in
about six months.
A divorcee who supports herself,
Miss Dover termed alimony in the
United States "a racket."
"Youni American girls make a
fetish of marriage because it is so
convenient." she said. "Once they
hook a man they can spend the
rest of their lives flitting fron the
club to the shows and the cock cocktail
tail cocktail lounge while their husbands
foot the bills.
"And if the husband rebels there
Ii always Reno where some soft
minded judge will award them
whopping alimony. It is ridiculous
for any man to be forced to con
tribute for the rest of his life io
the support of a woman who gave
him nothing to begin with.
American Society
Elects Officers
Monday Night
Election of officers of the com coming
ing coming year will be held Monday
night at the Panama Golf Club by

members of the American Society.
.. 'Carnival activities forced a delay

. M the meeting slated for list week.
Weather Or Not
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14 beer ending I a.m. today,
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that pre-trial statements were

was ordered to sign the new ver
sion, he' said.
Shields then laid a verbal
siege on other accusers in his
cross examinations- Most of
the recruits who said Walsh
struck them said the blows did
not hurt.
Pvt. David Lee Porter. 18. of
Hartiora, Vt., whose purported
letter of complaint to his father
touched off the investigation of
Walsh, claimed he never said
Walsh struck him with a steel
par.
3 More Red Ships
For Canal Transit
Expected In April
The Amtorg Trading Corpo Corpo-ration
ration Corpo-ration of New York has inform informed
ed informed its shipping local agents.
rayne & Wardlaw, that three
fcoviet-flag vessels may be ex
pected to arrive in Canal wa
ters next month for transit of
the waterway.
Amtorg's advice did not state
whether the vessels would trans
it north or south.
From a London source, how
ever, the agents were notified
informally that a number of
Russian vessels would be load
ing in Cuba for Nakhodka Bay,
in Siberia, and would seek
transit of the Canal.
The shipping people presume
the cargo will be sugar.
They were uncertain todav
whether the three Amtorg ships
would be a part of the Cuba-to-
Slherla movement.
The port of Nakhodka Bay
is near Vladivostock.
The advices from London also
informed the local aeent that
the ships would like to secure
charts.
It was recalled here that
clearance for the purchase of
U.S. Coast and Geodetic Survey
maps Dy tne Russians was re
fused in Washington for two
Sovlet-flar freighters which
transited last Jan. 3
Some 15 other Soviet-flag ves
sels, including tankers and re
frigerated vessels, were due in
January or early February. But
none showed up-
lAter lt was learned that
most or all of them movpd a-
round Africa bv way of the
Cape of Good Hope.
PC Water Clerk
Faces 7 More
Foraery Counts
Panama Canal water-laboratory
clerk Alfred J. Miller, 36,
Panamanian, was bound over
yesterday for trial In U.S. Dis District
trict District court on seven separate
counts of forgery'.
He waived preliminary hear hearing
ing hearing In Balboa Magistrate's
Court.
Charges apainst Miller now
number Jl. He was bound over
Feb. 25 on the first four.
He Is alleged to have altered
requests for materials bv Insert Insert-inn
inn Insert-inn orders for lead bars which
he Is believed to have sold In
Panama.
A shortage of around $7.0000
has turned up in the forged or orders,
ders, orders, which date back over a
period of two years.
A former professional base baseball
ball baseball player In Panama, Miller
had 15 years service with the
water laboratory.

LTMOX-ITIS Several persons fainted last Eight as hard-pressed policemen fought to hold
back a erowd of 2000 fans fighting to get Into the already filled livon xneater in Panama

City to see and bear Frank ie Lymon and the Teenagers. Frankie and the Teenagers who are
believed to have broken local box office records. Just as they did at the-Paramount Theater
in New York, are scheduled to give their farewell performances tonight at the Arosemena
(Olympic) Stadium and at the Colon Arena. 1

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Let th people
32nd YEAR

Students Of State College For Negroes Pack Up To Leave

In Protest Against Uncle Tom' Prof Who

YOKNAPATAWPHA COUNTY.the articles "exploded. .mvths a-

March 8 (UP) The 570 students
of Alcorn A. & M. State College
for JMegroes in southwest Mississip
pi packed up to leave today in
protest against a pen-wielding "Uri
el e torn" Professor who critized
his own race.
History professor Clenpon King
touched off campus demonstra
tions at Alcorn and two other
state Negro colleges by his series
of newspaper articles criticizing
Negro integration movements.
Ring, 36 -year-old Georgia born
native: blamed the National Assn.
for the Advancement ot Colored
People for stirring up unrest be
tween the races in the South by
its organized drive to overthrow
segregation.
TerhaDs the NAAtJr is the iNa
tional Assn. for the Agitation of
Colored People, after all," h e
wrote in his series of articles be
ing published in daily installments
by the Jackson (Miss.) state-
Times.
Students boycotted King's
classes the first day the articles
appeared. Wednesday the entire
student body at Alcorn bocot bocot-ted
ted bocot-ted all classics. They paraded a a-bout
bout a-bout the campus with "Uncle
Tom" placards.
Last night, faced with a state
college board ultimatum to return
to class Monday or be dismissed,
the students voted to leave en
mass unless King is fired today.
The State Times, in its an
nouncement of King's series, said
CZ Adults Urged
To Take Series
Of Salk Shots
Adults eligible for medical care
in the Canal Zone are again urg
ed to take advantage .of the series
of Salk vaccine injections which
are available at the out-patient
clinics of Gorgas and Coco Solo
Hospitals and at any of the first
aid stations located In the Canal
Zone.
Health Bureau officials strongly
recommend this protection and
point out that there has been no
unfavorable reaction locally from
the vaccine. la order that full
benefit be obtained before the po
Ho season which normally begins
in September on the isthmus, the
first two injections should be ob
tained now.
There is approximately a month
between the first and second ino
culations, and a minimum period
of seven months between the see
ond and final injection. Although
the full effect is obtained only by
the complete series" of three ino J
culations, those planning to visit
the United States this summer
during the polio months will be
afforded some protection by the
first two injections.
The program for adults is sep separate
arate separate from the free immunization
program for eligible individuals
under 20 years of age and for ex expectant
pectant expectant mothers which has been
in effect in the Canal Zone for
the past year and a half.
Charges ranging from 50 cents
to $2 will be made for each injec injection
tion injection given eligible adults over the
age of 20 years. j

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PANAMA, R. P., FRIDAY, MARCH t, 1957

i bout racial conditions in the Norta
and South
The NAACP was attacked from
a different angle meanwhile in a
Louisiana State legislative hear hearing
ing hearing at which testimony linked 105
top officials to now-dejtunct "Com "Communist
munist "Communist iront organizations."
One witness, Joseph 2. Kornfed Kornfed-der
der Kornfed-der 60, of Detroit, Mich., claimed
former membership in the Com Communist
munist Communist Party and said he be believes
lieves believes the NAACP is in danger of
falling "into the lap" of the Com Communists.
munists. Communists. His list of 10 NAACP officials
who one held membership in
Communist front organizations
included the name of Mrs. Elea
Two Congressmen
Due Here For Talks
With PC Officials
Reps. William S. Mailliard and
John J. Allen, Jr.. both ReDubll
cans from California, are expect
ed io arrive on the isthmus Sun
day night from the United States.
I he two congressmen are ex.
pected to remain on the Isthmus
until Wednesday when they are
booked to sail for New York a a-board
board a-board the Panama Liner Ancon.
During their visit here they will
corner witn uanai Officials on
company-government matters.
Both Alien and Mailliard. are
member of the House, Merchant
Marine and Fisheries Committee
and were members of the con
eressional group which, conducted
formal hearings on Panama Canal
Affairs .at Balboa Heights in De
cember 1955.
Congress Again
Asked To Boost
Postal Rates
WASHINGTON, March 8 (UP)-
The administration today again
asked Congress to boost the price
of mailing a first class letter from
three to four cents.
The request was contained in a
postal rate increase bill Post
master General Arthur E. Sum-
merfield sent House Speaker Sam
Rayburn. Summerfield Said the
rate hikes would produce 527 1-2
million dollars annually by 1961.
Summerfield abandoned an idea
his department had been consid
ering te seek a five-cent rate for
letters.
Deputy Postmaster Geneal Mau
rice H. Stans indicated to a House
appropriations subcommittee last
month that the department would
ask for the nickel rate for first
class letters. That idea met little
enthusiasm in Congress.
Summerfield's proposal for post
age increases would yield consid
erably less than the 654 million
dollars a year President Eisen
hower asked for in his January
budeet message. The President
gave no details at that time, but
costal sources said nis Duoget re
quest "presupposes" a five cent
letter charge. ,.,

country is $afe" Abraham Lincoln,

nor Roosevelt. He identified Mrs.
Roosevelt at an NAACP beard
member. ;
The committee, headed by State
Sen. W. B. Rainach, one of the
state's most outspoken segregation
1st, is investigating influences re
sponsible for stirnng up racial un
rest in the South.
In. other developments of the
segregation controversy:
MIAMI Segregationist John
Kasper, trailed by State Attorney
Richard Gerstein's agents, called
The
Judge's Bench
Speeding 40 mph in a 15-mile
zone netted a $15 fine In Bal
boa Magistrate's Court today for
Anares urnjaies, 38, Panama
nian.
Arnott Bucker Jullen, 46, Pan Panamanian,
amanian, Panamanian, paid a $10 fine for
backing a vehicle carelessly.
imposition or sentence was
suspended for woodrow Wash Washington
ington Washington Boyke. 38, Panamanian,
who parked a vehicle Illegally.
Imposition of sentence -was
also suspended for Frank Wild
er McKindo, 22, Panamanian,
who disobeyed a VWait" sign
while a pedestrian.
Hilberto de Leon Smith. 23,
Panamanian, was fined $15 -Tor
following too closely;
Abel Maria Sanchez. 45, Pan Panamanian,
amanian, Panamanian, was fined $10 for fail failure
ure failure to use care In starting.
Imposition ot sentence was
suspended for Danny Gene Tay Taylor,
lor, Taylor, 19,' an American airman, a
driver who failed to regard a
gate signal giving warning of
the approach of a train.
Japs Ask Britain
Again To Call Oil
Hydrogen Bomb Test
LONDON, March 8 (UP) The
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muay ii d received a miru i ii,-.
request from Japan to call off theln"m,en f "n
ni..n.rf w.hnmK t.ef. rhr.4m.. f the Company Government

Island force or approximately 8300
The 'third note wa. handed toP1"- Vuk,,
m. fn,.in ni v.iri and Group Health Insurance

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man said
tv, faris nffip. ia riiirinve'i
that Janan's Ambassador here dls
cussed Japan's opposition to the
tests with. permanent Undersecre
tary of State Sir Frederick tfoy-er-Millar
on Monday.
The spokesman said the Ambas
sador requested the interview to
talk over the forthcoming test
but declined to disclose details of
the discussion.
Kincaid Leaves
To Attend U.S.
Marshals Meet
U.S. Marshal Joseph" I. Kin Kincaid
caid Kincaid left by plane today for At Atlanta,
lanta, Atlanta, Ga., where he will attend
a conference of United States
Marshals from the Southeastern
District of the VS. and the Ca Canal
nal Canal Zone.
The sessions open March 12 at
the Federal Penitentiary in At Atlanta,
lanta, Atlanta, and will continue for a
week.
This is the first of a series of
regional conferences for mar marshals
shals marshals planned by the Depart Department
ment Department of Justice.
Kincaid will ro on to Wash'
In g ton on a short business trip I
after the conference ends. -

My Goodness, Guinness Fills Long Unfelt Want

NEW YORK (UP) The earliest'
duodenal nicer recorded in med-,
ical literature was in 1744. Just
20 years later on Feb. 5. 1955.
in Melbourne. Australia one Joe
Garcia ate 480 oysters in 60 min minutes.
utes. minutes.
Also in 195$ (it was a great
gulping year) a. Canadian named'

Glen Johns ate 24 raw eggs in 14 Lois 111., in 1937 by Joseph Rag Rag-minutes
minutes Rag-minutes and a Chicagoan named Ion, whosupported by assistants.

Philip Yazdzik ate 77 hamburgers j
at one sitting
And if anybody gives a holy
Boot, u was tn isao Utat Jebaftn
Ketiler of Germany consumed
one who roast ox in 42 days.
There seems to be no imferma-
lUoa as tc whether he erdered it
irare or well done.
1 The egg-laying record (J5S in
365 days) was set by a black
t Australorp in South Africa in 194I-
-45, and tat world kandaaakinf 1

FITC CENT!

Criticised Race
for a rally tonight to f o r m a
White Youth Council to combat
integration' tendencies in the "bor "border
der "border state" of Florida.
, Gerstein ordered a constant sur surveillance
veillance surveillance of Kasper after question questioning
ing questioning him yesterday about his plans.
A state legislative committee last
week labeled Kasper, 26, of Wash Washington,
ington, Washington, DC, an "outside agita agitator."
tor." agitator." CINCINNATI, O. The U. S
Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals set
an appeal hearing on April 9 for
Kasper's one- year Federal Prison
sentence for his act in stirring
up riots at Clinton, Tenn., after
the Clinton High School was inte
grated by court order.
Car Section Gang
Signs Up 100
For Health Plan
The first 100 per cent enroll enrollment
ment enrollment In the Group Health in insurance
surance insurance plan was reported to today
day today to the plan's steering com committee.
mittee. committee. The unit to achieve this
record was Car section' Gang
No. 27 of the Panama Railroad.
Six other Comoany-Govern-ment
units have signed un over
80 per cent of their force in the
Group Health Insurance plan.
Heading this list is th nollce
force in the Cristobal District.
where 89.4 per cent have en enrolled
rolled enrolled for rroup insurance. The
cnstopai new orrice of tne
Maintenance Division reports 87
per cent employe participation
m tne pian, v ana the- Ancon
Laundry has 84 per cent of its
employes enrolled, in tn cu
toma Division all non-U.5. citi
zen employes have aimed nn for
the group insurance: th 87 per
cent participation of U.S. citi citizen
zen citizen emoloves. however, reduces
the Division's over-all narticlpa
tlon to 83.5 per cent.
Other nigh percentages are
reported from the Water and
Laboratories Branch of the
Maintenance Division, where 81
per cent of the emploves have
applied for the group insurance
S",'
80 per cent partlcmation
non-selective basis (regardless
of physical condition).
i : AS of yesterday, over 4.000 of
the necessary 8.300 employes
or snentiy over jo per ceni ot
the entire force had signed
up. and applications re being
received at th rate of approx approximately
imately approximately 400 a day.
Diablo PTA Holds
Meelinq Tuesday
The 'March meeting of the Dia Diablo
blo Diablo Heights School Paarent-Teach-ers
Association will be held in the
Diablo Gymnasium next v Tuesday
evening at 7:30.
The program for this meeting
will feature demonstrations by six.
Diablo teachers who will illustrete
the step by step process esed tj
develop the child's drawing abi ability.
lity. ability. Mrs Davis will act as chair chairwoman
woman chairwoman and describe the work ef
the 5lh and 6th grades. Mrs. An-
derson will covct the 4th grade
art program, Mrs. Clarke the 3rd,
grade. Mrs. Foscue and Mrs. Col
lins the 2nd grade, and Mrs. Mc-
Nevin the 1st grade.
During the refreshment period,
parents wiO be able to inspect the
children's art work displayed a-
round the gymnasium.
record (8.S13 in one day) was set
ly President Teddy Roosevelt on;
New Year's Day 1907.- V
The world's largest ranch is not;
in Texas." It is the Gang ranca,
in British Columbia (more than
3.900.000 acres). The world brick
laying championhip (3.471 m 80
minutes) was troweled in East St
laid 'em n at a rats ef aearly
it a minute
The longest bicycle' eref made
was a- ten-mat whixbang whose
rderi wore eapr and kneepants.
It was the Oritea tandem, made
n Waltham. Mass.," about 1S98-.
length 23 feet; reputed iped,40
m p a.
These terrifie tidbit of informs
lion were plucked- from a peculiar
told mine named The GuineM
Book ef Superlatives," a volume

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POWER FOE PEACE Is again the slogan for this t years Armed
Forces Day Celebration, and this montage of a. mock Atomic
explosion more than illustrates, the modern concept of what
power is. : The public will see an explosion which will look like
this one at the Atlantic Area Armed Forces Day live demons
stration at Fort Davis on Saturday, March 16. The live dem-..
onstrations begin at 9 a.m. and last for two and ont half
hours. All events will be described over the public address
,. system in both English and Spanish, .-.;
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xBig Show' Planned For
Fort Davis Oh March i 16

Bigger and better are the key
words for' the two-and-one half
hour live show which is being
punned for the 1957 Atlantic Arm
ed Forces Day observance at Fort
Davis.
All elements of the Army. Navy.
Marine Corns and Air Force lo
cated on the Atlantic side will be
participating in the "Big Show."
Items scheduled to take place
at Fort Davis are: a jet fly over
by U. .S.' Mr Force' T-33 Jet
training planes, a- parade by ele
ments of the Army, Navy and Ma Marines;
rines; Marines; a fire fighting demonstration
by the Canal Zone" Fire Depart
ment; a demonstration In 1 preci precision
sion precision drill by the Cristobal High
School ROTC unit; a helicopter
rescue by the U S. Air Force; a
demonstration of the infantry com
pany in the attack; a chemical
warfare demonstration which tea
tures a simulated atomic explo
sion and a miniature train for the
children to ride, which is being
furnished by the Atlantic Area
Post Exchanges.
Besides ell these "live" dem demonstrations,
onstrations, demonstrations, the 40th Army Band
will present a continuous band
concert throughout the day. Yes,
this year's Armed Forces Day
program will be bigger end bet better
ter better than ever with mere static
displays such at machine guns
artillery pieces Air Force mate material
rial material end ell the rest ef the c
equipment that goes Innte the
make up ef the mett powerful
fighting forces in the World.
The Jet flyover will be made by
planes from Albrook Air Force
Base. 'The planes will make two
separate passes over the review reviewing
ing reviewing stands at the beginning of the
parade at I a.m. ;
The fire fighting demonstration
will consist of putting out. an oil
fire which will start inside a mock
building. This is followed by the
precision drill of the Cristobal
High School ROTC unit.'
next -will come the helicopter
rescue demonstration, by the Unit United
ed United States Air Force, in which a
man, simulating being downed at
sea will dc rescuea irom (a we
raft. ; ..
The next phase of the program
will demonstrate the action of an
infantry company in the attack.
The eomnanv will launch an at-
tack on a hill director tn irom .01
trie grandstand, ana. me. vanoys
phases and progress of the attack
will be explained over the public
address system. Simulated artille artillery
ry artillery and mortar fire will be 1 i d
down an the affffressors." who oc
cupy the bUI after this softening!
up. The final attack will be made
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Immeidiately felfewlng the sim simulated
ulated simulated attack will come the light
aircraft demonstration by the
Army Air Corps. This Demon-'
, stration : will- feature an eiuip.
mant drop and .various ether
maneuvers t
Perhaps the climax of the -'Big
Show" will be the chemical war
fare demonstration which 'will be
filled with explosions and action.
The grand finale for this demon demonstration
stration demonstration and the live show will be
the explosion of a' : simulated "A "A-bomb.
bomb. "A-bomb. , 'i
The entire show will be narrate
ed in both English and Spanish o o-ver
ver o-ver the public address system.
Grandstaads, signs with directions
and refreshment stands' are cur currently,
rently, currently, being erected 'for, this
year's bigger and better 'Armed
Forces Day program at Fort Da Davis,
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