The Panama American

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Title:
The Panama American
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Weekend American
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Panama Times, Ltd.
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Panama City, Panama
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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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FEB 11 i-36

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'Let f7i people know the truth and the country is safe Abraham Lincoln.
Slat TEAR
PANAMA, R. P., FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 18, 1956
FIVE CENTS

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kMasWolitical
Balloon Dance
Branded Phony

WASHINGTON, Feb. 10 (UP) American officials
have expressed doubt that 'American" balloons shown in
Moscow to prove that U. S. weather balloons are used for
spying actually are American balloons.
One official even suggested that the balloons 'may
have been made by the Russians themselves.

foreign correspondents in
Moscow were summoned to the
home of Soviet foreign minister
V The Neue Zeit, East Berlin
brieting. They found several bal
loons floating above the court courtyard
yard courtyard of Molotov's home.
Col. A. V. Tarantsev, Soviet
military expert, said the bal balloons
loons balloons were American and were
'not equipped for weather ob observation
servation observation but carried photogia photogia-phic
phic photogia-phic apparatus for military re reconnaissance."
connaissance." reconnaissance." ',: : ;
American officials said the
only way the Reds could get
the balloons if they are A A-merlcan
merlcan A-merlcan would be to shoot
them down and then patch
them up.
Th Ah- Force claims they are

Vnninned with safetv devices

which destroy the balloons
ho,, tnii hpiow 30.000 feet.

Th 'State Department said

the American balloons are in inflated
flated inflated with hydrogen gas.
They are of two sizes. On the
ground, the smaller measures 30
jeet in diameter and the larger
120 feet. They expand as they
rise so that at high altitudes
the larger reaches a diameter of
irom 150 to 160 feet.
The, department said the bai-
loons ; carry radio receiving e-
Gorges Blood B:r.!i
tcr!:b Success,,
D Red Cress Rcpfs
A report on the Canal Zone'
blood bank at Gorgas Hospital
alter its first week of operation
indicates the program is a
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quipment as well as transmit

ting equipment.

The receiver is used to trig trigger
ger trigger a cuting device which
slices the equipment from the
balloon itself at a desired spot.
The balloons are destroyed aft after
er after they are cut away by rising
rapidly into the sub-lreezing
stratosphere. ' y.
A parachute lowers the me meteorological
teorological meteorological equipment to the
ground.
Officials said Russia has been
launching radio-equipped wea weather
ther weather balloons similar to the U U-S.
S. U-S. type which prompted the So Soviet
viet Soviet protest.
They said one of the Red bal balloons
loons balloons landed in Hokkaido, Ja Japan.
pan. Japan.

New Red Threat

Voiced In Battle

Of US Balloons

A-

IT'S LOUSY
WEATHER IN
1. Texas
AMARILLO. Tpvae Vth in

(UP) A new snow storm from
west Texas and New Mexico drif drifted
ted drifted today into the south plains
still winterlocked by last week-

enu recora DreaKing blizzard.
Abilene and western areas re reported
ported reported more than an inch of
snow which naHlv moUaA i tu..

I- V"J Il.x-ILV.V. .tl
35-degree temperatures. Highways

were giazea ana anvuig was haz hazardous.
ardous. hazardous.
Yesterday, 12 inches of snow
fell in Silver City, N. M. Fore Forecasters
casters Forecasters had predicted as much as
three to five inches might fall in

me rannanaie and south plains

itiicu uic auim uiuvca in.
But thfl hli7?arrl lnct it Ullr

missed the Panhandle and drorA

pea oniy moderate snowfalls from

Aunene wesi to &i raso in Texas.

ine record storm last week

Drougnt as much as 30 inches of

snow, with drifts up to the eaves
of houses.

It marooned thousands of cat cattle,
tle, cattle, cut off ranchers and farm farmers
ers farmers without enough food or fuel

nu mn ouses ana automobiles
stranded.

BERLIN, Feb. 10 (UP) East
German Communlts today re renewed
newed renewed their veiled threats to
take counteraction against A A-merlcan
merlcan A-merlcan balloons flying over So Soviet,
viet, Soviet, zone territory,
sequences." The paper did not
paper of the fellow-travelling
Christian Democrats, said con continuation
tinuation continuation of the balloon opera operation
tion operation will hare "serious con consequences".
sequences". consequences". The paper did not
spell out its threat. ';
T.-'tt German Parliament Pre President
sident President Johannes Dieckmann two
days aao threatened to inter interfere
fere interfere with 'Allied air travel to
isolated Berlin unless the U.S.
stops sending out balloons.

The Neue Zeit said in an rdl

u ... j .j cross' Tne Neue zeii saia in an eai eai-irS
irS eai-irS SS : toriai ''the US. government :ln

Cross Chairman again empha

used entirely witnm uie com community.
munity. community. :
The blood bank was organized
through the cooperative efforts
of the Red, Cross and the Health

t IT nocMnt e Red!iU answer to the Soviet protest
in his nni?f' Sl7.lha stated It will attemp to a-

Cross void flights t American' bal
ed that the blood donations "loons .Ugt territory. At

Bureau with the aid of several
i i j -..ni-untppr. in ftdmini-v.

' tering the program, approxi approximately
mately approximately 30 volunteers are .work .work-lne
lne .work-lne for the Canal Zone chapter
of the Red Cross under the
chalrmanRh'o of Mrs. John R.
Hammond, Jr. .
"All segments of the Canal
- Zone have responded, whole wholeheartedly,
heartedly, wholeheartedly, Browne said, 'and
volunteers are continuing to
send In their cards for registra
tion with the bank. The contta
tied success of the bank, of
course, depends upon Individual
donations. These blood dona donations
tions donations are used solely in the Ca Canal
nal Canal Zone blood bank and for the
hannfit. nf those in the commu

nity and avoid the payment of
the $25 a pint .charge formerly
made for blood transfusions.
"Both hospital personnel and

Red Cross volunteers have wont

ed diligently In this program
and deserve the thanks and co-

oDeration of everyone.

The blood bank at Gorgas
- Hospital was opened the first of
this month and it is planned to
open a similar bank at Coco So-

- lo Hospital when the equiprnen.
" . 1 1 l. rl 1 l A

is lnsiaaeo. jmchuwjijic, a di
donor list for the Atlantic Side
has been prepared by the Red
Cross workers there.
Parptroooers Set.
For Icy Greenland
frrt'wn Fvrcise
WASHINGTON, Feb. 10 (UP) (UP)-The
The (UP)-The Army announced todav that a
battalion combat team of para para-.
. para-. troopers will fly to Greenland next
month for cold weather training
and "ice can operations."
The operation, known as "Exer "Exercise
cise "Exercise Arctic Ni?ht," will take place
at the U.S. Tbule Air Base on
G-eer'and's ice cap.'
A batta'ion combat i(eam of
about 1,000 men of the 82nd
Airborne Division from Fort Bracg
K. O.. wi" be air''ffed to Green
land for the exercises.

the same time the U.S.' Is try trying
ing trying to deny its responsibility for
the sending up of propaganda
balloons.
"They are mistaken If they be believe
lieve believe that this Is the end of the
aflalr." ..

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Crazv. Man

NEW HAVEN, Conn., Feb. 10
(UP) Edward D. Looney h?,s
asked superior eouit to permit
him to d.anp.e liis name to Lown Lown-y.
y. Lown-y. He is-atwiyinif fee iwychi
atrist. v.

To Elecl How
Directors For '55

"Members Only" means near nearly
ly nearly everyone when It's the Com Community
munity Community Chest.
? Only "members" of the Canal
Zone Community Chest may
participate In elections of new

directors of the Chest's board of
directors next Wednesday at the
JWB Center, Balboa but Since
everyone who contributed In the
recent Chest campaign is a
member, t many thousands of

Isthmians are eligible to vote.
Though only members are eli eligible
gible eligible to vote for new directors.
Chest chairman P. A. White
stressed that all the public, con contributors
tributors contributors or not, will be welcome
at the meeting, since the more
widespread the knowledge of the
Chest's activities the greater
public support may be expected
for the charitable and civic acti activities
vities activities supported through the
Chest .
A detailed report of the col collections
lections collections and disbursements re resulting
sulting resulting from the recently con concluded
cluded concluded Chest campaign will be
made prior to the elections of
new directors to replace those
whose terms on the Chest board
are expiring.
Following the public meeting
the newly constituted board will
convene to elect Its leadership
for the; comm? year, including
the Chest fund-raising drive..
Yemenite Reveals
Plans For Buying
rms From Russia

CAIRO, Egypt, Feb. 10 (UP)

Yemenite Charge d Affaires Ah Ahmed
med Ahmed El Shaml currently is ne negotiating
gotiating negotiating with Russia for the
purchase of arms.
He said talks were being con conducted
ducted conducted in Taez, the capital of
Yemen. "The Yemenite govern

ment, in its policy of strength strengthening
ening strengthening its army, seeks only to
promote Arab interests regard regardless
less regardless "Of-where-"weaprms "can' be
secured from," he said,

2. Australia
SYDNEY. Fth id tiv

clonic rains deluged Sydney to-

uiy aim uuensinea tne Hood dang
er in northern New Smith vn;a

recently hit hv th WA1et fnnAe

in Australian histoiy

ine storm already has claim claimed
ed claimed two lives,
Armv flmnhihian r-rnft

- 1 JU.IICU
ponce and civilian rescue, teams

ui pavuig suanueu campers near
flooded rivers and residents of
low-lying-farms. :

, iVepean river, 30 miles west
of Sydney, was- reported rising
three feet an hour,
Sydney's Mascot airport was
closed for three hours this moin moin-inz
inz moin-inz because of the rain arxA U7ao-k

ermen reDorteH piaht- inoh.. how

fallen within 24 hours, the heaviest

in m years.
3. Europe
LONDON. Feb. m TTPI A

U.S. Army "mercy" truck convoy

auuieu uirougn snow ana ice into
Rome today with relief supplies
for southern Italv. immohilirpH hv

the worst winter storms of the

century. '.
A new Siberian-born cold wave
swept over the rest of Europe,
barely recovering from record record-breaking
breaking record-breaking cold spells of last Week.
Temperatures, were plummeting
and many countrie received hea heavy
vy heavy snowfalls.
' At least 236 persons have died
since the first icy winds from
the east hit Enrnnn Teh .1

Italy, which has had no relief

m me past iu oays, counted 67
dead.
Storms also plagued ships at
sea. The 261-ton Rritkh nasti

steamer Conlea radioed for help

out rescuers couia und no trace
of the vessel at its last reported

position in tne English Channel.
The 46-ton motor yacht Episode
was reported sinking 150 miles off
Land's End with heavy seas
frustrating rescue attempts.
Seventeen trucks were dispatch dispatched
ed dispatched yesterday afternoon from the
U. S Army supply base at Leg Leghorn
horn Leghorn With emeiupnrv siinnliac tnr

victims of the "while terror" in
southern Italy., The 150-mile run
down the coastline to Rome normal-i

ly takes about eight hours.
Rbl Sqids Celled
16 Quell A!pri2n
PrcbslOf l!dbl
ALGIERS, Algeria, Feb. 10
(UPt Steel-helmeted riot squads
scuffled with crowds of French
residents today during a mass
demonstration that threatened to
erupt into more rioting against
Premier Guy Mollet and his Alge Algerian
rian Algerian policies.
The residents, protesting a a-gainst
gainst a-gainst Mollet's reforms for the
terror-ridden protectorate, order ordered
ed ordered a city-wide demonstration and
a five-hour nationwide general
strike.
Riot police of the Republican
Security Guard fanned out to try
to prevent hundreds of French Frenchmen,
men, Frenchmen, waving the tricolor and sing singing
ing singing the Marseillaise, from converg converging
ing converging on Post Office Square for a
forbidden rally.
A wintry rain failed to cool
the anger of the demonstrators.
Stee!"fenees-aroundtftgJsquT;e
failed to stop them.

WHEN WORLDS COLLIDE Florentine Pardo Gall (left), 275

pounds, greets an old friend, Arquimedes (Fats) Fernandez, 250

pounds, au a cocktail party ana ounei given Dy ine wauonai
Distillers yesterday. Pardo Is the owner of Cuba's champion
Clenfuegos baseball team. Fernandez is one of Panama's ace
sportscasters. Cuba and Panama meet in the second game of
the eighth Caribbean Series which gets underway this evening
at the Olympic Stadium. Puerto Rico and Venezuela tangle in
the opener. Doubleheaders will be played each day.

Shine On, Meteorological And HyJrographic Branch

January, .February, June Or July?

Ike s Checkup
May Start
-
Tomorrow

WASHINGTON, Feb. 10 (UP)-

President Eisenhower may begin
undergoing his politically im important
portant important heart examination tomorrow.

The exhaustive four day chek-

up to determine how well the

President has recovered I r o m

his Sept. 24 heart attack will play

a key part in his second term

decision.

White House press secretary

James C. Hagerty said yesterday

the President may enter Walter

Reed Army hospital here to start
undergoing the examination to

morrow, .-.
Dr. Paul Dudley White, the
President's heart specialist, and
three other doctors will begin e e-valuating
valuating e-valuating the results of the exam examination
ination examination Tuesday. Dr. White, who
is trying to check a whale's heart heartbeat
beat heartbeat in the Pacific this weekend,
will arrive Tuesday morning.

The medical conferences are
expected to be completed b y

Wednesday.

Shortly afterward Mr. Eisenho

wer will leave for about a one one-week
week one-week vacation on the Thomasville,
Ga., estate of Secretary of the
Treasury George M. Humphrey.
Mr. Elsenhower said earlier this

week Jie thought he would be able

to announce by the end ol the
month whether he would run for

reelection. He also said he would
like to make the announcement at
a White House news conference.
That would place the time of

the announcement shortly after he

returns from Thomasville.

Promises

Aleman

Action Aoainsi

0 rk 1 Km H IaaEI rt m

0

-'Official' "conflrmatloit th at'dn the morning of Jan. 10,' "he

January was a lot wetter and
colder than usual Is given in the

weather report for tne montn
of January issued this week by
the Meteorological and Hydro-

graphic Branch.
January rainfall was above

normal at all stations, according
to the report, with the excess
ranging from 10.50 inches at
Portobelo to .42 inch at Albrook.
The mean monthly total of 18

stations in or near the canal
Zone was 6.29 inches or 4.26
Inches above normal.
- The highest monthly total was

15.73 inches at Portobelo, the
highest January total at that

station In 45 years of record.

Gatun, with 12.25 Inches, topped
its 52-year maximum amount

recorded in January 0f last year,

The cool spell experienced on

the Isthmus during the middle

part or tne month was attrlbu? attrlbu?-ed
ed attrlbu?-ed by the weather bureau to the
influence of a cool air mass
from North America aided by
local radiation.
The air temperature dropped
to 65.1 degrees at Balboa Heights

lowest recorded at this station
for any month since 1924. It was
below 70 degrees at Balboa
Heights for 13 consecutive days
beginning Jan. 6, the longest run

of low minimum temperatures

at this station since January
1917,
It was also colder than usual
on the i Atlantic Side where the

mean minimum at Cristobal of
73.6 degrees was the lowest on
record for the month of Janu

ary for that station. The, ex extreme
treme extreme low of 70 degrees on Jan.
7 approached the all-time Jan January
uary January low of 69 degrees recorded
last January,

Undbo Ships Sdl
For Massive 'Al:m
Age' War Exercise
TOKYO, Feb. 10 (UP -Four,
teen U S. Navy LST landing ships
sailed from Japan and Okinawa
today for massive "atomic age"
war games on historic Two Jima,
More than 41.OJ0 American mar marines,
ines, marines, ssilors and naval airmen will
assault the World War II battle
island next week- in what the Na Navy
vy Navy calls a "massive exercise in
atomic age amphibious war.
fare."
Beaches south of Tokyo and the

historic white beach on Okinawa

were jammed with grunting am
phibious track vehicles, surf cran

es and other' mobile equipment

rolling aboard landing craft.
Three aircraft carriers, three
heavy cruisers, a radar picket sub submarine,
marine, submarine, four destroyers and num
erous other American vessels will
participate in the week-long gam-

es.
The Iowa maneuvers will take
place at the same time that other
U.S. military units will join the
Philippines, Thailand, Britain and
Australia in SEATO military ex
ercises in Southeast Asia.
Sailing with the LSTS for Iowa
today was a landing ship equip equipped
ped equipped to fire rockets, two high-speed
tran spots, a fleet ocean tug and a
repair ship.

The Iwo games will be one of

the largest amphibious assault e e-xercises
xercises e-xercises held by U.S. forces in
the Far East since the Korean
war..-- -
No atomic weapons will be fir fired,
ed, fired, but "simulated atomic ord ordnance"
nance" ordnance" will be brought into mock
shemn"posit!ons to clear a beach beachhead
head beachhead for landing, the Navy said.

fcea-water temperatures on
both sides of the Isthmus also
dropped to unusually low levels

during January, The descent be began
gan began on Jan. 4 with coolest water
being experienced at Cristobal
on January 16 when a temDera-

ture recording of 75 degrees was

made. This was the lowest on

record at Cristobal in January
since 1910. After Jan. 16, the At

lantic water became warmer.

On the Pacific Side, the de

cline in sea water temperature

culminated on Jan. 26 when a
low of 67. degrees recorded Jn

iiaiooa Harbor equalled the all all-time
time all-time January cold water record
ed in 1910. The Pacific watei

temperature has since increased

rapidly.

According to the report, the

monuiiy mean water tempera temperatures
tures temperatures of 78.7 at Cristobal and

75.8 degrees at Balboa ar both

the third lowest January means

uu kluiu ait tnehe stations.
Spanish Pspcrs

Held Back Kcws

.lOf.StccIeht Riots

MADRID, Feb. 10 (UP) -Spanish
newspaper readers today learn learned
ed learned for the first time of yester
day's bloody interstudent riots and
the near-fatal shooting of 19 year year-old
old year-old Falangist Miguel -Alvarez. News
of the riots however, was learned
only by implication, as the events
were not reported.
But it was the first time that
the press had mentioned the
riots as all Papers .this morning

published the national direction of

security note, issued last night,
officially informing readers of
the shooting of a Falangist stud student.
ent. student. :

Several liquor dealers in Panama City and Colon to

LfJay were refusing to honor Canal Zone permits for buy

ing tax-discount liquor.

Minister of Finance Alfredo Aleman promptly said

the Panamanian government would take action against
any dealers who fail to cooperate with the government

in complying with the provisions of the treaty between
Panama and the United States.
A reduction of 75 percent Panamanian excise tax
on liquor sold to Zonians was one of the treaty provisions.
A fast check today revealed six out often firms arc
not honoring the Canal Zone tax-discount permits. These
permits were first issued yesterday.
Only one out of the 10 liquor dealers checked was
granting the full 75 percent tax discount to Zonians pro pro-ducing
ducing pro-ducing their permits.
Three others were getting ready to give discounts,
but less than 75 percent.
The 75 percent discount amounts to $12.83 on a
case of Scotch, or $1 .07 a fifth.

Reports Whales
Sagacious, Wary
WASHINGTON, Feb. 10 (UPW
Dr. Paul Dudley White, President
Eisenhower's heart specialist, re reported
ported reported today that the great gray
whale is an "elusive, sagacious,

formidable and wary" creature.

He radioed the National ideo ideographic
graphic ideographic Society that his expedi expedition
tion expedition sighted some gray whales off
the west coast of Mexico yester yesterday.
day. yesterday. All he has to do now is get close
enough to fire an electrocardio electrocardiograph
graph electrocardiograph electrode into one.
This, it has been explained, will
not hurt the whale. The electrode
will emit signals each time the
whale's heart beats. These wi(l be
picked up by receiving appartus
in a small boat following t h e
whale.
White, a noted Boston cardiolo cardiologist,,
gist,, cardiologist,, is trying to record the heart
beat of a gray whale biggest of
all mammals. He hopes it may
shed some light on the workings of
the human heart.
He is due back In Washington
early next week to make a new
examination of the President. The
test is expected to have an impor important
tant important bearing on Mr. Eisenhower's
second term decision.

When the matter of some 11-1

auor dealers not honoring the

CZ discount oermits was brought

to Aleman's attention, he point

ed out that "Article 10 of the

Nov. 15, 1955, decree authorizing

the 75 per cent reduction pro

vides for sanctions against in
fractions of the decree."
He added:
"I will steadfastly apply thes
sanctions against all merchants
who fall to cooperate with the
(Continued on page 6, col. 1)

o

Panama Customs Tariff On Liquors

Below is a tabulation of the Panama tariff on various kind.
of Imported liquors. The table is In liters, a liter being 1.0567
of a quart. The abbreviation "ATB Tax" and "T. Sold. Ind."
refer respectively to the anti-tuberculosis tax and the tax to aid
soldiers of the independence.
At the bottom of the table is a listing of how the tax dis discount
count discount works out on the basis of a case (12 bottles, each one
fifth of a gallon) and for a single fifth.

BEVERAGES

Sparkling win

Champignt wint

Write Direction
Philadelphia, Feb. 10 (UP)

One hundred businessmen and
women, accustomed to signing im important
portant important documents, went back to
school today.- They took a course
In "penmanship" to help them write

legibly.

GROUP 45
Each lirtr

ATB tax ......... ,10

Stamp .20
T. Sol. Ind. 02

Import Duty
SI. 20

$1.52

. Import Duty
par cat

$10.8?

Each lirar .......
ATB tax ........

$0,50
, .20

Hoover Suggests
VP Should Replace
An Ailing President

WASHINGTON, Feb. 10 (UP)

Former President Hoover believes
the cabinet should have authority

to decide when a President is un
able to carrv on.

He also thinks the VicePresi VicePresi-dent
dent VicePresi-dent should have the power to

step in, if the President is dec declared
lared declared incapacitated, and exercise
"executive powers." It would be
up to the Cabinet to say when the
President is incapacitated.
Mr. H o o v e r suggests these
changes should be made by Con Congress.
gress. Congress. He made his suggestions in
response to a committee question
-naire sent to him and dozens of
political and constitutional experts.
The committee undertook a
study of the "power vaccum"
created by a President's disability
after President Eisenhower s u f f-fered
fered f-fered his heart attack Sept. 24.
Committee Chairman Emanuel
Celler (D-N.Y.), in releasing the
first batch of answers to the
questionnaire, said "the recent
sudden illness of President Eisen Eisenhower
hower Eisenhower has brought into proper
focus once acain the enormous and
frightening"" implications "of" this
problem."

Sampi .20 r
T. Sol. Ind. ...... .02 .92 4.5Q
. ., t. '. .... ....... ., : P.
Each liter $0,361
ATB tas ......... .20 .56 1 21
Each litar $0.36 .
ATB tax .20 ,56 3.24
Each litaf $0 36 :
ATB tax 20 .56 3.24
Each litar ........$0.15
ATB tas .15 .30 1.3$
Each litar ....... ,$0.7S
ATB tax ......... .05 .83 7.02
Each litar $1.90
ATB tax',.,,,..., .10
Stamp .......... .20
T.Sol. Ind. ...... .02 2.22 17.10
Each litor .$2.20
ATB tax .10
Stamp .20 n.
Sold. ind. ..... v, 02 2.22 19.80
Each liter ....... .$0.70
ATB .05 ,75 6.30
Each liter 'i ....... .$2.20
ATB tax .10
Stamp .20
T. Sold. Ind 02 2.52 19.80
Each liter $2.20
mm a
above ........... .32 2 52 19.89
Each liter ....... .$1.40 1.40 12.60
Each liter $0.30 t .30

Fruit wine, reg.

Jeres Cinchona wine

Malaga, Motcatel,

Oporto, Vermouth,
choice wine
Table wine,
red or white
Beer .

Whiikey, Cognac,
Gin, Rum, Aniie,
Naranjito Rum,
Chinese Rum
Ordinary Rum tf -rum
mixture
Over 55.6
Gay-Luisac or
21 Cartier
Champagne Cider

Cordial, Fruit
Brandy and limilar
Creme

Cremei-Cacao,
Kumel, Peppermint,
Chartreuse
Angostura Bitter,
Fernet Branca,
Amer Picon
Egg-nog, light
beverage, up to
12 alcohol
Mineral water, pure

Carbonated waters
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CUTTERS AND SCREAMS

Sir;

more contented la your StAtes.de quaner,. JJut before you take
back such bitter memories of Panama, iet s reconsider.
1 Many of us Catholics can t get to mass wtthou our pew pew-kfcktat.
kfcktat. pew-kfcktat. home-ied. and I may add, very loved youngi
. S r'Ji ..ttrhM diuzent or intelligent a mother may be.

their disgustingly' human offspring will oo such unoua Ui-JE Uwu opned m kK.il ltJ Ma.

as test gutter water or scream at quct
3 Panama is "Land of the iternal Spring," and whoever

beard of spring season without rain.

"overcoat

By VICTOR RIESEL

MIAMI BEACH From hers to!

e.er&uy for uoor's national hn
command uM to be the distaace
between their meeting room
03 tae oeaca and the hja.eah race
track. But not any more, ine bo)$
are wrung ham today on their
new model crusade for 15,000,ul
additional members which is if.es
own iigure.
There's a new spirit in the air.
Everybody is talking strategy and
looking fur freih fields to conquer.
And fresh fields are as scarce as
Cfoweds at a daily double window.

The other night, lor example, Joe

' 1

WASHINGTON One of thejare other? who hold oil gas slocks

I-,

most important thir.es to watch in

the voting on the Fuibnght-Harris!
natural gas bill is wehtherj

i certain senators followed Senate
i rule 12.

This is the rule which disquali

fies any senator with a pecuniary

or pocketbook interest in any legis legislation.
lation. legislation. This rule does not force a

senator to refrain from voting but.

according to the Senate parliamen parliamentarian,
tarian, parliamentarian, it has been the practice to

abide strictly by this rule.

Thus Sen. Warren Austin. Ver

bal and spotted Jackie Bright, ad

ministrative secretary of the Amer American
ican American Guild of Variety artisu, Ar'L-

. j a i i

xnenas w mow u. t
So it goes not only way up on
top with Meany, Reuther, Beck and
the others but with little unions
as welL Tbey, too, are on the
march.
Jackie Bright, who is sparking
the organizing drive of his union
of 32,000 entertainers, has just put
the entire U.S. Navy on the 'un 'unfair
fair 'unfair list.
This means that no actor will be
permitted to play in a Navy base
show or on board ship any place

in Uic world. .iRnrpimi fiflfiio Viat hn th .ntor'nf th Rnraimi Oacic

It seems that a Navy ueutenam of one o minor isSues j worthless. Undcrgroui

JR1wD STOVE ONCE Still cooking in a stone fireplace is Mrs. Joe Holla way. who lives
with her husband in. a mountain home near Suches. Ga. "I tried a stove once." she says "Un "Un-.h.and.
.h.and. "Un-.h.and. """f you ever saw. Had to cut and tote wood for it and for the fireplace, too. .' And
the food, wel a stove just Ukes all the taste out of your cooking." So she sold the stove. While
T ""rta the meal in the fireplace, above, her husband sits in an old chair reading the Bible

rfl 01 ePI'S suu . IKH UIMJ VI Mini; iiuju, ni ix
But doesn't springtime herald summer, and rT tiooal union president, head of the

Panama -summer' ary season f u -- tiu. ana me ai i uo. wu
ivies' could be an attempt at the right thing, though JJ0" stopped the show long enough to

comfortable to be so downright cmuy at times, us a (announce that he was an mterna-
eflort by the service to aid its patrons. . VJ.ttional union president, head of the j
Irri neither the placid nor all-fire service wife,, but hae vaudevUlianji guild. He vranted Jus J

been in the game long enougn w ww in Vv,
anywheie are what you make them. , 4
TT.e fine Christian principle of '"Live and let live can be
applied to any climate at any station. Navy Wife
SAN ANTONIO BUGLE
This 1 all you get from me this month. Last week I had
a surprise. After receiving aU papers to the end of November,
the mail man' brought me a new bundle eontabiing half of
December, but which hall? It proved to be the last rial and
the first half hasn't shown up yet. They may dribble in lor
month, and where they go nobody knows. 5
aW weir nf hot weather it's back to freezing again,

tn w cmundM Kundav I taw two oeach trees In fua bloom.

o fruit from those trees this year! .That warm rain we had
made things brighten up some, but it dldnt last and it is as

dry as ever. -The Fannancue nas picaea up ruuugii mu5 m

the past ten days to save the wheat crop j:.k then 5!?P??,l0'0?? "i.1 1? 5n? !h

JUlt ten day now IO opening oi wic oivc& ouu, "u mi -- The union mem- vmauue inucsiuen way auwoiweie wiiu oauui Axauia. various; oui k wants aespcraiejy iu uuiu

mo uiv mu, foiAn- mat. 111 lne soumeasi corner 01 uie i Doruer tines nave oecn proposea : every possession h can.

Touchy Issue
By PETER EDSON

ran a variety snow at me mh

Diego base. He agreed to pay
union wages to the performers.

But he didn The union proiestea

WASHINGTON NEA) The Dien Bien Phu.1 Only In the caseup with every other problem in the

it isn t so' Middle Last, and some in Britain.

is

and oil-gas lands.

One of these is Sen. Ruw'l Un,s
of Louisiana, who with his family
owns part of the wm-or-lose od
company fn Louisiana. Son. Long
once innrmcd me that an estimate
of $25,000 for one share of stock
in this company was not far out
of line.
Senator Long has stood up braz brazenly
enly brazenly on the Senate floor and helped
lead the debate for the natural fat

bill. He has been unabashed in

mont Republican, disqualified him-eh8m.Pi.nin2 his own private pock-

sen irom voting on a taic dm oe-unci

cause be had investments in talc.

in the Eisenhower-Eden talks. This

oasis is a pinpoint on the map
roughly 15 miles in diameter in inhabited
habited inhabited by perhaps 10,000 Muscat

Underground there

oil, which explains a lot.
Until the British Irao Petroleum

Co. found oil in this area, nobodyjthe oil wealth they had in Iran.

When it comes to gas-oil matters,!
however, there have been flagrant

abuses of rule 12. Simultaneously.
senators have piously investigated
conflicts of interest in the execu

tive branch of government and de demanded
manded demanded the resignation of Harold

Talbott as air force secretary be

cause he had a business interest
which conflicted with his job in
the government.
Yet some of them have done
exactly what Talbott did.
One of the most flagrant abusers
of Senate rule 12 is Sen. Bob Kerr,
likable, able, bible-pounding solon
from Oklahoma who owns $100, $100,-000,000
000,000 $100,-000,000 in proven gas-oil reserves,
yet who maneuvered the first natu natural
ral natural gas bill through Congress only
to have it vetoed by Truman.
KERR'S CONFLICT

Senator Kerr and his partner in

Tho Rritich njMut nil Thpir pnal I Kprr-McfJpp nil Industrie nffirial-

production at home cannot be ex-Jly reported a 1949 gross income of
panded. They have lost much of $14,930,150, with a net income of

$1,218,628. in 1948 tneir gross in income
come income was $12,538,058, on which was

Heard over the radio

.tnK u alreartv flrinnimr in.

2 from Iowa brought in a bull and got a high offer, sold It and
V went back home after mwe, Would like to see some of my old

ft lUlaUla tabUC HIV Biiv

M". Arabian peninsula. for over 200 years. The British
tpr of some xjoo more, t u .--..-j ci. i i. .

1 , nf!r mvugu uic ljuiicu oiaica lias uuiuaac una vidim un uic area 10 a
The Navy t now on in e un "u;,interest m Buraimi, it has been 19ih century protectorate over sev-

usi idumi" "r"lt.Z ...taucked in. King Saud of. Saudi sen Trucial Oman states

cnma inn niit.or.tnwn nrir.iors were nere lasv wce va a cmi- ... i i '"s oouu w. on cu iumu ujuu i

ftpntinn nd I see in Dr. Gonzalez' column in the Express where''. nis laoor oreioren BClt Arabia wants the U.S. to mediate a To jump over a lot of history.

h irave them fluiie a jao cam nc- nut uuvw, uuu umvhi

t of apecialiiUt each 'to pick on a different part."

VI 01cviniiaiva! avv ww sv-m r tl i
General pracUtioners are scarce and the specialists havej

inn is a case in Doint. He has

it ano the speciamu nave j POnauer .nd

Jieot it to coint where it takes a doctor for every aUment. tH AniM, hit membershiD

"only have the money to pay a heart doctor, urologist and eye
and ear, and when I want an examination I go to the old doc doctor
tor doctor down by the drug store. . .
Pop Wright

Its the new spirit. Bright s w-idarjes 0f UjC southern Arabian! the present king-proposed a pie-

1

TREATY OBSERVANCE

Sir

hopes to double his membership
this year.
Bright conducted a survey of the
field, just as the Auto Workers and
the. Teamsters and the rest did in
their jurisdictions. He came up
with a drive for gal models of ail

kinds. Clothes models, photograpn

. i t 111111- tJLI11

Thl mav be considered as a welcome to the uanai .one imivi,ii inrf beauties who pose

Paul M. Kunneatrand who was the assistant secretary and AU L, front of cars or open re-

torney of the Panama canal in Washington and wno nas neen fxigerators at Industry snows,
transferred to the very significant position of executive assist- Bright discussed the GM Motor Motor-ant
ant Motor-ant to the President, Office of the Governor-President, the ,mi down here. The GM people
Canal Zone Government and Panama canal .Company. Doubt- Ln(i the AFL-CIO vaudevillians
1pm. with the canabiUties of an individual -as the -stature of nrk together closely. The other

Runnestrand, the Company-GovernmenWiwfli- .beneut consider- ,jay the Motorama opened in Mi-

nhit ..- .V mi and a b 2 truck was unveucu

It is to be rememnerea inai, accorning v news rciBanca in witn ponaoie iwunmuij iw

coast3l states

If the United Slates is not suc

cessful in settling this dispute,
Saudi Arabia threatens to take it

to United Nations. The urgency Of

the situation is that if this hap

pens during r ebruary,

biscite to determine sovereignty.

The British proposed arbitration,
to which Saudi Arabia finally
agreed.

In contrast, the U.S. privately

owned Arabian-American Oil Co.,
which holds the concession in
Sauri-Arabia, operates happily
with more oil than it knows what
to do with. It pours hundreds of
millions of dollars in royalties into
Arabian treasuries.
The British charge the Saudi
Arabians use this wealth to thwart
British and American inter interests
ests interests in the Middle East. They ac-

J u s 1 1 e e'euse Saudi Arabia of playing

paid a tax of only $25.053 due to

the generous ou-g as depletion bene

fits given the oil-gas companies

under the federal tax laws.

Kerr's company has had at least

four contracts to sell natural gas
in interstate commerce, and thus

will immediately benefit from the

law now being voted in Congress.

One is with Texas Gas Transmis

sion Company, one with Southern

Natural Gas, one with Trunkline

A tribunal under

Russian 'Charles Da Vissrhpr of Rplfinm fnntsip with the Communists. Thev

Delegate Arkady Sobolev will be! was convened in Geneva a year blame Saudi Arabia for stirring

Security Council chairman. ago. Just as it was about to hand up the recent riots which pre

This will give the Communists down its decision last September.

another opportunity to throw the the British walked out.
harpoon Into what they call the In October, a small force of
western imperialistic powers. The! Arabs under British officers seized

charge will be aggression. Buraimi Oasis, drove put Saudi

Arabian pouce and notucd

attached.

Wriohi' recinnal chief. Smiling

Jerry Baker, got a phone call. It
seems that there were three lasses
sitting at the edge of the pool,
decorating it as special attractions

so you woman i lire loomng i me
mechanical '58 models. The union

Brieht reoorts that he has found

10,000 eligible models. He'U try to
pnrnll them in AGVA at a nominal

$25 initiation fee. For some reason,

Bright has cnosen ueveiana to
kick off this unionizing drive for
models. There he has 300 ydung

ladies signed up.

the daily caDers. Runnestrand took active part at the recent

treaty hearings involving Panama and the united States. It
was in a great measure cue to the testimony, In addition to
many other patriots of the United States of America, that the
Congress paused the measure along with its various commit commitments,
ments, commitments, which included the application of the Civil service Re Retirement
tirement Retirement provision to the officers and employes of the United
States not subject to some other retirement system. Runnt-
t.nv, la AnnnMlttttkl .A fnn mnatf Vip Hup an A nrfYtnpl

In its acceptance of this treaty, by an ovetwheimmg vote, i called the GM people, very shortly

the United Bute stands before the eyes oi the worm to carry me uir gdi wee u .......

torward the part of the bargain that it has wlihout preaouie
accepted. The Armed forces Radio Station on the canal Zone
continuously admonishes the Americans on their behavior til
foreign countries and expresses the point tnat ihe action of any
American towards the people abroad or to a another nation as
a whole naturally reflects on the integrity of the United Stales
of America, because it is through the actions of Americans In

otner ianas tnat people gainer impressions oi America. I iXiTt VV. ifi. models are hit
, Treaty and treaties are not pieces o paper to be torn up SMLm'bi
. thp m.m rt fonw nt Ja,,nnnr inmolfina 'Tn prr.,,,1 b.h lUHlOn's jurisdiction. They aM ID

a nation (tnat you have sworn loyalty to) to byss, lgnore .of J n8-.S'S'Am ind
to retract comniitmenLs is not to oe a true Amencan. lyy kT Zv

Again, I had the misfortune to read in your paper that lul,7. h,raiSine for wages
Rufua Lovelady who has been m Washington attending sessions '."ahour. and welilre coverage
" Of the national executive council of the American iederation Th vaudevilllan union also is
-f Government Employes, appeared at the heamigs wnicn weieLuuin- outdoor entertainers for
held by the Senate Post Oi flee and Civil Semce Committee Is. :..n..MnAP' rtraaniiiM Divi-

nu tcouiicu uu ociiate oui ioij, uic ictucuicuii icviaiuu uciia-
t vre introduced by Sen. Glin D. Johnston.
j No part of the bill, if it Is examined thoroughly, touched on
polnu that were injected by Loveiady, such as: "We believe
f'that coverage under the Civil Service Retirement Act of aliens
4 employed outside the Continental United States Is not in the
best interests of the retirement system,; altnough we would not
' oppose the establishment of some form of retirement for such

alien employes."

We oo not have to eo to France to see trail (Gaul). This onnind.

worthy gentlemen breathes it. Here is a new Treaty of Mutual I There is even an association of

Understandings and Cooperation, ana what is this gentleman 'employers in the field the inter

Piled on top of all the other

problems which Secretary Dulles

and Foreign Minister Sclwyn Lloyd
had to talk about, this only makes
a bad mess worse,
It is another instance of the well-

known international situation be

coming all fouled up over some
remote and worthless real estate

subdivision -pkt Quemoy, ilatsu,

the

Saudi Arabian' government not to
cross a boundary line some 200
miles inland, first proposed in 1935.
The Saudi v Arabian proposed
boundary is roughly from 50 to 150
miles inland from the Arabian Sea.
If the dispute could be confined
to this one issue, it might be set settled
tled settled easily.-But it gets all fouled

.

vented Jordan from joining the
Baghdad Pact. Saudi Arabians

deny both charges.

In the interests of preserving

American-British friendship, the
British think the United States
should use its influence to make

the Saudi Arabians cooperate bet better.'.
ter.'. better.'.

It' Is the now familiar pattern of
Uncle Sam caught in the middle of

somebody else's fight. But the dis dispute
pute dispute has to be settled, before it

gets worse. -.

Outdoor Organizing Divi

sion." It seems that here is a con

siderable field unknown to us city
people.
There are apparently thounsads
of tree climbers (they race up 60
foot poles in spiked shoes) and log

rollers ttney oance on lugs,
and Indian guides and circus and
carnival workers who are not in

advising the Senate Post Office Committee to do but to make

. It a treaty of misunderstandings. Is he trying to blow the lid
S off of the good relation that the two governments now enjoy?
i Shame on him for his deep and studied maneuvers to circum

vent a treaty which is sacred to the nations that sat down to beginning.

write ana agree, wny ana what is in the thoughts of people
when they try to advise other actions? The committee on For Foreign
eign Foreign Relations, United states. Senate is filled with men of great
fortitude. The Seorttary. ol State, the ; President oi tne United
States, the various Agencies of the government agreed and
endorsed, without reservations a great internment of far-reaching
significance.
It is really regretted that Individuals in their "thoughtful

hasxe" sees to put the united states on the spot

national Association of Fairs and
Exhibitions. Bright has signed up
38 of the biggest members and says
this is just the beginning of the

In a few days, these union peo people
ple people will go over to the winter train training
ing training grounds of the big circuses and
tell them they must sign up or they
don't open in New York, or pther
big cities.
Tti u rpaliv the nrototyne of

Uhe big story to come out of the j

7 Whilst it is true that the civil Service Itetlremenr Act was

;, the brainchild of the postal and Federal workers, it should also
k be considered that many amendments were made to this in in-;:
;: in-;: strument during the years and that this coverage was extend extend-f
f extend-f ed to workers on the Canal Zone since Jan, 24, 1942, but due
to "a gimmick" it was not given to the workers of the Panama Panama-Canal
Canal Panama-Canal Railroad. The workers of the Armed Services on the
Canal Zone, including all Its alien employes were subject to
; the Act.-
h To this very day, the workers of the Armed Services on the
5 Canal Zone are enjoying this right. This is no extension of a
; privilege, but let us call it giving to those their rights that were
,! not because of "a gimmick," you know what we mean.
1 It is felt that barriers should not be placed before the gov governments
ernments governments concerned that may cause them embarrassment In the
; future and allow the people of other parts of the world to even
; once consider that all Americans are not loyal to the commit committments
tments committments made by their peers.
The Memorandum of Understandings Reached, as tmblished

in the daily papers reads: Legislation will be sought to make!

, the civn service Ketirement Act uniformly applicable to citizens
of the United States and of the Republic or Panama employed
by the government of the United States in the Canal Zone.
There Is nothing that you nor I, or the other fellow who
;! Is whispering in your ear can do about this. Thl a aaerprf

commitment made by the United States Government.
;f Lovelady's fight to retain the 62-year proviso is to be ad-
mired, but he should not make things ridiculous by Injecting,
to the detriment of the nations, uncalled for items that one
committee of the Congress has already passed and because he
is before another committee (which he believes Is rtware of the
J: past proceedings) he tries to negate. This will really cause
embarrassment to the governments and the next time he visits
them they will look upon him with suspicion. So nlav the tramp

f'rst session of tabor's new merged

high command.
I could repm t to you plans for
wh.te collar drivos by auto workci s
arid modern jurisdictions sougth
bv the atom'.j Mnlons. But It all
adds uo to the fntt Jtat the new
1rive is on in fvery nook wheie
members may be found..

Nor is it likely, so-called Senate
courtesy being what it is, that any
other senator will challenge him.
Another senator who owns oil oil-gas
gas oil-gas property is Ellender of Loui Louisiana,
siana, Louisiana, while both Senators Daniel
and Johnson of Texas have re received
ceived received neavy contributions from,
oil-gas interests. So much money
was volunteered for Senator Daniel

by the gas-oil interests in advance

that aen. lorn Connally, a con conscientious
scientious conscientious public servant who fre frequently
quently frequently bucked the oil-gas boys,
bowed out of the race.

Lyndon Johnson's biggest mnnpT

backer during his political career

nas been beorge Brown and mem members
bers members of the Brown and Root firm.

it was at we nome of George
Brown, himself the head of a big
gas pipeline company, that Lyndon
was stricken with his heart attack.
Lyndon has done favors for this
company which would amaze the
nation.
SENATE ETHICS
In the old days of Sens. George
Norris, Bob La Follette, Hugo
Black and Warren Austin, one or
more of these Senate stalwarts

might have risen up to challenge
the voting privilege of a colleague
who had a pecuniary interest in
the bilL
But today that isn't likely to hap happen.
pen. happen. The precedent of the Nixon

Gas Supply, and one With El Pasolorivate-exDense fund, with it na.

Natural Gas. tent conflict of interest, and tho

These records are all on file tendency to vote for thp intPrKt

with the Federal Power Commis-i that nut ud the monev to elert a

r

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41 ((" H

ALSO FOR YOUR ENJOY3IENT..
LUCHO MUfIOZ
AND HIS
HAMMOND ORGAN

DURING LUNCH 12:00 TO 12:30
91i tot;i Z-30 fun.
wid 4 DAYS OF CARNIVAL

sion. yet the senator from Okla Oklahoma
homa Oklahoma brazenly pushed the first
natural gas act and voted for it.
rie did not step aside under rule 12.

Significantly Senator Kerr and
his company are one of the biggest
suppliers of natural gas to Phillips
Petroleum. He was also the reci recipient
pient recipient of quite a windfall from Phil Phillips
lips Phillips when that company assigned
100 square miles, of proven gas
reserves to Kerr's Tascose Gas
Company, in December 1949 for
drilling.

The date could have been signi significant.
ficant. significant. For this was just as the
senator wai readying the Kerr

natural gas bill for passage by the

Senate.

Kerr's profits from this windfall

were estimated at between $1,297,

000 and $2,152,000, an estimate

made by Phillips' vice president,

K. E. Beau, who vigorously object

ed to letting this gasland bonanaza

fall into the senator s lap.

DtiHne the recent Senate debate

on natural gas, the genial Bob Kerr
lay low. His activity hurt too

much during me laai.aeDaie, ana
astute Sen. Lyndon Johnson, real

mastermind behind the present bin,
advised Kerr to stay in the back background.
ground. background. ;

However, benaie ruie i sun ap-

Dlies. It's highly unlikely that

any senator will challenge Kerr.

For the senate nas tne power to

investigate almost anyone under
the sun, including the New York

Times. But it s tne unwritten ruie

that it never investigates itself.

OTHER SENATORS
ThouEh Bob Kerr is the oulstand

ing oilman in the Senate, there

senator, is firmly rooted with a
large group of senators. Other Sen Sen-ators
ators Sen-ators would like to stand up for
so-called Senate ethics but don't

like to buck the leadership. It isn't
popular. It also makes life difficult
when committee assignments are
being passed around.

So the real loser in the votin'c

on the natural gas bill, is ttrf
the Ameiican public know what

American Democratic system. For

the American public will know what

the score is and will think less of
the men it sends to Washington

which is not a happy state of af

fairs in a day when we are fight

ing to preserve the American form
of government.
NOTE 1 One senator who has
no pecuniary interest in the natu natural
ral natural gas bill but is having a struggle
with himself is Sen. Dennis Cha Chavez,
vez, Chavez, Democrat of New Mexico.
Chavez lias spent most of his ca

reer championing the housewife,

labor groups and the little fellow.
Recently he's being pressured by
the persuasive leadership of Tex Texas'
as' Texas' Lyndon Johnson and some of
the big gas-oil interests.
NOTE 2 The gas-oil senators
are so confident of victory that they
they dropped word to certain Sen Senate
ate Senate colleagues up for re-election
this year that they didnl ned lh:ir
vote among them Butler of Mary Mary-landj
landj Mary-landj who comes from a gas-con.
suming state, and George of Geor Georgia.
gia. Georgia. The gas senators figured they
coul get by without jeopardizing
the re-election chances of certain
friends.

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the first semester of the school year. Also shown in the pic picture
ture picture are Capt, William J. Lober Jr. and Cadet Pfc. James II.
Tresback, who also received similar ribbons from the general.

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Gcned Reviews
Cris!:fc:l ROTC
Uni!; Gives Ribbons
Maj. Gen. Lionel C. McGarr,
Commanding General, U.S. Army
Caribbean, was the reviewing of officer
ficer officer at a review held in his hon honor
or honor by the Cristobal unit of the
Canal Zone Reserve Officers Trai
ning Corps at Strode Field, Cristo Cristobal,
bal, Cristobal, Tuesday.
McGan awarded the ROTC ef
ficiency ribbons to Cadet Pfc.
George E. Allen and Cadet Pfc.
James H. Tresback, and the Cris Cristobal
tobal Cristobal High School Student Asso
ciation ribbon for service to the
school to Cadet Pfc. Richard R.
Hosking.
Company "G," commanded by
cadet Capt. Charles C. Fears, was
selected by McGarr as being
best in appearance and precision
during the review. Following the
review a performance of fancy
and 'precision drill was given by
the Cristobal ROTC Drill Team,
commanded by Cadet Capt. John
P. Dousan.
The entire student body of the
Junior and Senior High Schools
in Cristobal attended the review
as well as many spectators from
Cristobal and Colon.
MUSIC
NEW. YORK (UP) The Sym
phony of the Air, which was the
' NBC Symphony when Arturo Tos Tos-canini.
canini. Tos-canini. was its conductor, has
scheduled a six-week tour of the
Near East and India, beginning in
October.
The musicians will perform in
India, East and West Pakistan,
Iran, Iraq, .Syria, Egypt, Lebanon,
Israel. Turkey, Greece, and Jugo
slavia. The orchestra played last
spring in. Japan, Korea, Formosa,
the Philippines, Thailand, Malaya,
and Ceylon.
' Also as part" of the International
Exchange Program sponsored by
the State Department, the Boston
Symphony will tour, Europe next
August and September. The itiner itinerary
ary itinerary covers 25 cities and more than
4,000 miles.
Nor is that all for America's
1956 musical contribution to inter international
national international amity. The Los Angeles
.,iinarmonic will tour the Far
y '' for 10 weeks, beginning in
April, also with IEP help.
-eanwhile, America will hear
the Mozarteum Orchestra of Salz
burg, Austria, Mozart's birthplace.
The musicians will arrive March 5,
give their first concert in New
Britain. Conn., and then embark
on a 40-city tour. The Mozarteum
basically is a music school founded
soon after the composer's death.
Its orchestra has been world world-famous
famous world-famous for decades.
Winners of this year's awards of
the Music Education League made
their professional debuts with the
famous Little Orchestra in New
York's Town Hall Jan. 29
The first
half of the program I
I to Mozart lMichael
was devoted
Wagman, Milburn, N. J., played
two movements of a Mozart piano
concerto, Mary Freeman, Ruther Rutherford,
ford, Rutherford, N, J., played a Mozart violin
concerto, and Arabella Hong, New
York, sang two anas from a Mo Mozart
zart Mozart opera.
During the' second half, John
Johnson, Lincoln, Neb., played a
Beethoven piano concerto and
John Sant Ambrogio, Bloomfield,
N. J., played a movement of Dvo Dvorak's
rak's Dvorak's 'cello concern.
The New Yon. rhilharmonic rhilharmonic-Symphony
Symphony rhilharmonic-Symphony gave the world pre premiere
miere premiere of a new composition by
Samuel ( Barber.- one of the best
i-iown of American composers, 1
f eb. 2,- with Dimitri Mitropoulos
conducting, The work was "Me "Medea's
dea's "Medea's Meditation and Dance of
Vengeance.";.. ;
but it was such a thorough revi revision
sion revision of an older work that it
seemed new. The older work was
"Cave of the Heart," which was
composed for the dancer, Martha
Graham, who introduced it in 1946.

Lionel C. McGarr congratulates
of the Cristobal Unit of the

Scout News
IBS Pacific District
Holds Meeting
An inieresting meeting of the
Pacific uistrict U the International
Boy Scout? of the Canal Zone was
held at the Paraiso School reently
with district chairman Cyril D.
Atherl.jy presidim and a lanr at-
tendance of members from all the
troop3 in the district, district of officers
ficers officers and several boy scouts pres present;
ent; present; The main topic for discussion
during the meeting was the expan expansion
sion expansion of the organization's program
during 1956. Considerable enthus enthusiasm
iasm enthusiasm was displayed by officials
and leaders of the movement for
the propagation of a series of cam
paigns to accelerate the activi
ties of the organization in t h e
Pacific District.
One of the DrinciDal items on
the agenda was the formation of
a Pacific band and bugle Corps:
resulting in the naming of a com-)
mittee to go into the matter and
report at the next meeting: Pearl
E. Ford, chairmaanr H. H. Laval Laval-as,
as, Laval-as, a D. Atherley, Cleveland
Small, Clrve M. R. Bailey, Jose
N, French and president. Ellis L.
Fawcett.
' During the meeting a rising vote
of thanks was given to Mrs. Ivan
Johnson, a member of the Parai Paraiso
so Paraiso Troop Committee, for the part
she played in preparing the boys
of Troop No. X ior the recent cam cam-poree
poree cam-poree held a Camo Ellis L. Faw Fawcett,
cett, Fawcett, Camp Bierd.
A program featuring U.S. Dis District
trict District Judge Guthrie F. Crowe, vice
president of Council 801, as
speaker and sponsored under the
auspices of the Local Council of
the International Boy Scouts of
the Canal Zone, will be held in the
science room of the Paraiso
School on Tuesday evening Feb.
28, at 8 o'clock.
Avalanche Oi Snow
Biros 35 Japs;
23 Believed Deed
TOKYO, Feb. 10 -fUP) An
avalanche of snow today roared
down a mountainside, hurdled a
frozen river and buried at least
35 Japanese workmen in a mess
ball at Toyama Prefecture.
Conflicting reports from Unat Unat-sile
sile Unat-sile on the west coast of Japan
said that from 13 to 23 men were
still missing and believed dead
and that the others had been res rescued.
cued. rescued. ; ',
Some 400 rescue workers dug
frantically down into 30 feet of
snow that piled on top of the cook
house, where the workers -had
gathered to eat and warm them themselves.
selves. themselves.
Twenty doctors and nurses set
for the frozen and battered
who were pulled from the snow.
The avalanche was set off by a,
pile up of snow from a blizzard'
that has howwd through cen-1
tral Japan and the western coast
of Honshu island for two days.
Additional Trip
To David Planned
By Tourist Bureau
In addition to the popular trips
scheduled by the Panama Tourist
Bureau to San Bias on Feb. 19 and
Darieit on Feb. 26, another trip
has been planned to David, Boque Boque-te
te Boque-te and El Volcan for Sunday, Feb.
26th. The group will leave Tocu Tocu-men
men Tocu-men Airport at 7 a.m. and return
at 6:30 p.m.
The beautiful ccfffce country in
the interior of Panama and its
coll climate is a great attraction.
The group will have lunch at the
Hotel iNacional in David and thn
drr?ew Boqucte W visit at the TV
namonte Inn.
Foi fu ther information and re-

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criticized in today's hanri sir.ro
contract of three no-trump would
have been very easy. As it hap happened,
pened, happened, South was afraid, that his
singleton club would be a source
of weakness at no-trump, not real
izing mai nis partners main
strength was in clubs, Fortunately
tor nui, Soum iumiea ms oiuuing
by very careful play of the cards.
West opened the deuce of spades,
and South won in his hand with
the king. He next laid down the
ace of hearts, dropping the king
from the West hand.
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switched to diamonds, losing a fi finesse
nesse finesse to East's king. East returned
a spade to dummy's ace, where whereupon
upon whereupon declarer cashed two top clubs
in order to discard the remaining
spade from his own hand.
A low trump was now led from
dummy, and East stepped up with
the jack of hearts in order to lead
4 third spade. South couldn't af afford
ford afford to ruff a his own hand and
use dummy's ten of hearts to force
out the queen of trumps, for then
East would lead a fourth spade
to knock out declarer's last trump.
Declarer was therefore forced to
ruff the third round of spades in
the dummy and now he could not
lead a trump through East. Tor
this reason South has to rely on
a trump coup to avoid the loss of
two more trump tricks:
The important thing was to ruff
in the South hand in order to red
duce the trumps to the same
number held by East. Hence de declarer
clarer declarer led a low club from dummy
ana ruttea in nis own nana.
now south conuld get back to
dummy with a diamond in order
to lead a high club. At this stage
East held two trumps and a spade,
while South held two trumps and
a diamond. If East ruffed low,
South could overruff and lead his
diamond to make sure of two
tricks. If East discarded, South
cbuld discard a diamond and lead
once more .from the dummy to
make sure of two tricks. If East
discarded, South could discard a
diamond and lead once more from
the dummy to make sure of one
more trick. Either way, South was
sure to make his game contract.
US Brass Inspects
Chiang's Defense
Oufposf 01 Malsu
TAIPEI, Formosa, Feb. 10(UP)
The commander of the U.S. 7th
Fleet and the U.S. ambassador to
Nationalist China paid a flying vi visit
sit visit to Generalissimo Chiang Kai Kai-shek's
shek's Kai-shek's northernisland defense out outpost
post outpost of Matsu today.
The Nationalist Defense Minis Ministry
try Ministry said the is and of Kaoteng in
the Matsu group was subject to
shelling from the Communist ma mainland
inland mainland today but there was no in indication
dication indication that Vice Ad. Stuart In In-gersoll
gersoll In-gersoll or Ambassador Karl 1L
Rankin encountered it.
The Nationalists have charged
that the Communits are preparing
to launch an attack on Matsu, only
14 miles off the fukien province
shore. '.'..-
The Communist radio !n Peip Peip-ing
ing Peip-ing claimed today that anti air aircraft
craft aircraft guns damaged 10 Nationalist
warplanes which "intruded", over
Fukien province Tuesday.
In another broadcast, the Com Communists
munists Communists denounced the United
States as the "most danerous en-
any iiiuuc uui uig uic nuicaii if ax
days. ., .. .. ; ':. r
M ,1 J ,, ;n V A If A., n M WflM
Jt said "The U.S. aggressive clr-
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and security."
Mother Takes Babe
On Burqlary Trips
VAN NUYS. Calif.. Feb. 10
(UP) A 20 year-old woman, who
took her infant son with her on
burglary escapades with a man
she said was her husband, escaped
from police last night by asking
them for permission to use the
bathroom.
Detectives J. A. Barbour and
T. J. Ledford said Mrs. Doris
King, of North Hollywood, Calif.,
fled while showing them a home
she looted with ex-convict Gary
Helgeland. 21.
While the officers waited, Mrs.
King climbed. through. jL-bathrooia
window and escaped.
At the time of her arrest. Mrs.
King toli police she took her six-

MAJ. GEN. R. O. CORK, deputy chief of staff, comptroller
Headquarters United States Air Force, Is shown with Maj. Gen.
Reuben C. Hood, Jr., commander Caribbean Air Command dur during
ing during his staff visit to the Caribbean Air Command Headquarters,
. this week.
(Official USAF Photo)

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MAJ. JESSE W. MILLER, center commander, Det." No. 11, 9th
Weather Group recently received the unit citizenship award
from Col. John W, Oberdorf, commander, Albrook Air Force
Base. Looking on is MSgt. Neal H. Trent, Senior NCO, Det
No. 11. The award is presented by 5700th Air Base Group
every three months to the organization with the most out
standing unit citizenship. This is the &econd time the Weather
. Detachment has won. the award.
' (USAF Official Photo)

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WASHINGTON, Feb. 10 (UP)-
Air Force .-Research thiel Trevor
Gardner, mignctf jesterUay with
a biM at ti e Li.str.howcr idmin idmin-istrat'on
istrat'on idmin-istrat'on for rtfusmg ta speed
development of the c;; -wrecking
intercoiuincutal ballistics missile.
Gaidncr, wlo l-tld the rank of
ass;st"rt Air Force secretary, 1
called lor a "crash" program to'
d 3 clop t'tc awesome weapon. A i
similar prograra, known as the.
Manhattan frojett, developed the
atom bond., in World War II.
Gavciner qui! ir the face of a
news conference statement by
President Eisenhower Wednesday
that he believes the United States
is ahead ol Russia in some phases
of the missiles program but that
it undoubtedly lags in others. "t
Mr. Eisenhower also said he is
satisfied the Defense Department
is doing everything it can to beat
Russia in the life-and-death race.
At the same time, he said soberly
that any all-out war fought with
guided missiles and nuclear wea weapons
pons weapons would be "race suicide.'1
Gardner made his resignation of official
ficial official at a packed news confer- -ence
after returning from a con-,
ference with Defense Secretary
Charles E. Wilson at Miami
Beach, Fla. He said he expects!'
President Eisenhower to accept it

in a few days."
Gardner's name did not come
up at the .President's news confer- j
ence. But Mr. Eisenhower's re remarks
marks remarks amounted to a direct re-1
ply to his charges that the Defense i
Department is dragging its feet!
on guided missile development. I
Gardner actually submitted his
resignation to Quarles in an angry
letter Friday. But the Air Force j
secretary apparently deferred the i
matter until Gardner could dis-j
cuss the situation personally with I
Wilson.
Mr. Eisenhower discussed the
missile program in commenting
on recent charges by Democratic i
Sens. Henry M Jackson (Wash.)j
and Stuart Symington (Mo.) that!
Russia leads in the vital field.
Grinning wryly, he said he is
"always astonished at the amount
of information" about Soviet armsi
progress "that others get that I
dont"
He then gave reporters a grimi
lecture on the nature of guided I
and ballistic missiles. He said the I
field is a very broad one" in
which there are scores of different
weapos and hundreds of different
problems. --
It would be idle to boast, he
said, that the United States is
ahead in some phases and the
Soviet Union holds a lead in others.-
. ; .?-. ." . .
Speaking of congressional de demands
mands demands for a stepped-up research
program, he said only so many
scientists are available. He said
he is sure the $1,200,000,000 pro
vided in next year's budget for!
missiles research is about all this
country can spend to good advan-J
tagcv I
He went on to say that using
guided missiles with atomic war-i
heads would be inviting "race i
suicide and nothing else. Since!
this is known to the Russians, he
raid, the United States must pre-!
pare for other types of war and:
continue producing conventional j
weapons. J
- He said that regardless ot which;
nation had a temporary edge in!
some modern arms field nt the
outset of a war. it is certain that
both sides would have The means
to spread utter destruction in the
enemy's country.
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4-T.ic U.S. Chamber of Commerce1 munist China today unleashed one
'. iav urged Congress to reject; of the most violent propaganda
I r. r'ihower's or any other Fe-; tirades U has made against the
I I v-.iU -subsidized flood insurance; United Statei since the days of the
.t- rim Korean ar.

Vnc chamber, representing 20,-j The attack, broadcast by Radiol
Cu business firms, said govern--Peiping. called the United States
jrent flood insurance "would not "the most dangerous enemy of
' work and would introduce many, international peace and security"
I iujitics." land accused it of "subversive ac-1
iit.- Eisenhower lias asked Con-: tivities." j

'rvc.s to adopt a five-year, exper-i
, imental $3 billion flood insurance It began by accusing the United
proavam. policy holders would; States of starting the war in Korea
pav'60 per cent of the actual pre-'and then complained that the Uni Uni-!
! Uni-! miuin costs and state and federal i ted Slates had spent $8 billion to
governments would split the re-: "interfere with the Chinese peo-
maining costs. iple's struggle for liberation."
! in testimony prepared for thej The charges Peiping made a-
House Banking Committee t h e! gainst the United States were the
Chamber of Commerce aaid the! same as those used by the West in
3'. bills offered so far provide; accusing the Communists of seek seek-'
' seek-' -financial aid or subsidies noting world domination.
Hnsurance." The chamber said the "There is nothing more con-
'-pseudo insurance" plans would; temptible than using armed ag-
ncilher be efficient nor effective, gression and subversive activities

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in flood disasters." the chamber j attributed these policies to the Un-i
aaid, "the administration of auchjited States. I
aid should not be described as in- I
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SWAFFAM, England. Feb,

.MArf Rill Wallace.

to a cheap London movie house to to-?
? to-? riav for a matinee of short car car-I
I car-I toons and newsreels.

jet fighters in

crashed one after the other in bad

weather today. Five of the pilots
survived.
The Dlanes. Britain's newest

fiebters. apparently ran out of

fuel when the weather suddenly
worsened on a training flight ov over
er over eastern England. Two other jets

on the flight continued safely to

v Wallace bought the 29-cent tick ticket
et ticket and the couple sat in a back
row together. But they left the
theater separately, apparently in
? a vaitv ittemnt- to avoid attention.

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' tection of London's entertainment! Four of the pilots bailed out,
tlistrict without giving the custom- leaving their jets to crash un unary
ary unary advance notice. The p r e s manned. A fifth cracked up in an
learned of her visit and photogra- emergency landing at Marham
. yhcr. were waiting when she em-, field near Swaffam. The pilot
erged. lived. The sixth crashed out of
i Wallace, whose stepfather is control in a faeld and the pilot

American author Herbert Agar,; was killed,

, left ahead of the princess She
followed him out and rushed to
i' the royal limousine waiting in a

khabbv side stree. m seemru
- fluttered by the popping Hash; BEDFORD, N. Y., Feb. 10 (UP
fcuibs Lawrence S. Kennedy Jr., 23,
- argaret and W a II a c e sat, today was ordered to appear in
.r 'through seven cartoons featuring, Comt next Monday on a charge of
a little man named "Magoo." malicious mischief. He allegedly
i They also saw newsreels which; gt0le the pendulum from the
Included shots of her sister, Queen j town's clock tower.

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COL. AND MRS. BRUCE GIVING RECEPTION
THIS EVENING FOR VISITING FINTCANE PARTY
CoL and Mrs. C. O. Bruce are entertaining this evening
with a reception at their lierrick Heights home in honor of
the Under Secretary of Army and Mrs. Charles Finucane and
members of the party who accompanied them to the Isth Isthmus.
mus. Isthmus. .;. :- V -V"

Champagne Psrty
Honors Condesa
A champagne party was given
yesterday by the ladies of the
Diplomatic Corps in honor of
Dona Pilar Ylana de Ios Casares,
Condesa de Rabago, wife of the
Spanish Ambassador to Panama.
The affair was held at the
French Embassy Residence on La
Cresta. The Condesa is leaving the
Isthmus with her husband soon
for a new post. 1 . ;
Kelleher Watts
; Nuptials Tonight
Miss Betty. Lou Watts, daught daughter
er daughter of Mr, and Mrs. Walter C.
Watts of Gatun, will be married
this evening; to Mr. David I. Kel Kel-leher
leher Kel-leher of Balboa. The ceremony
, will be held at 7 p.m. at the Fort
Amador Chapel.
Following the wedding a recep reception
tion reception will be held in the Fern Room
of the Tivoli Guest House.
Noted Psychiatrist
Visiting Isthmus ,
Dr. Louis R. Nash, noted A A-merican
merican A-merican psychiatrist and assistant
director of the Camarillo State
Hospital at Camarillot California,
is a visitor here.
Dr. Nash attended the Second
Central American Congress of
Gynecology and Obstetrics, re renewing,
newing, renewing, his acquaintance with
former' colleagues including Dr.

New Products

, By JOSEPH W. MICHALSKt
NEW YORK (UP) You can
renew your faded typewriter rib ribbon,
bon, ribbon, A almost doubling its life,
through the use of a colorless fluid
called Renuvo now on the market.
It does the job by redistributing
evenly the dried unused ink pres present
ent present on all old ribbons.
f The applicator end of the Re Re-flivo
flivo Re-flivo container is held against the
ribbon while the spool- is wound
with the finger. (Preview Products
Co., Keene, N. H.)
There's a hew home Ice-crusher
Just developed which its manufac manufacturer
turer manufacturer claims can -turn cubes into
pulverized ice' faster than a gallon
a minute. The new appliance,
called the Waring Ice Jet, consists
of a specially shaped 9V4 inch high
container, open at the top and with
a broad down-turned spout at the
bottom. Chunks are dropped into

the receptacle and pulverized Dy
revolving steel blades (8,000 to
16,000 rpms) and instantaneously
'jetted ouf'through the spout
In tests the. gadget has pulver pulverized
ized pulverized the contents of a.2V gallon

bucket of ice cubes, weighing 10

pounds, in-two minutes. (Dynam (Dynamics
ics (Dynamics Corp, of America, New York)
You can wash your face and
hands now without water, thanks
tn new wet-streneth Daner "tow-

lette." Moistened with a slightly

fragrant cleansing lotion,' the tow towel
el towel comes folded and sealed in an
aluminum, foil envelope about the
size of a match book.
Ready for immediate use, it is
said to clean and freshen the face
or hands without water, soap or a
regular towel. There are also said
to be no harsh drying after-effects.
Tha manufacturer claims the new

; product is ideal for rail, airline or

auto traveling, vk. a.. wiumiub,
Inc., Canaan, Conn.)
A major electrical manufacturer
has come out with the solution to
inadequate home wiring for sever several
al several electric housewares in use at
once. It's in the form of a new
unit called the Automatic Appli Appliance
ance Appliance Center that provides adequate
electric Current for as many as
' five electric housewares. The unit
features pull-out extension cords,
an automatic selector and a panel
cf circuit breakers with reset
0 witctiBS. 4
The manufacturer claims its unit
' will fit practically every type of
electric houseware on today's mar market.
ket. market. (Westinghouse Eelctric Corp.,
Pittsburgh)

Larry Drennan. former Superin

tendent of Gorgas Hospital, who
now serves with the United Fruit

Company at Puerto Armuelles.

Queen Llx Will Ridt
Through Zone, Panama

Hotel El Panam's C a r n i V a 1

Queen Liz will formally "arrive

to take over her domain tomor tomorrow
row tomorrow morning, after a motorcade

through the Canal Zone and Pa
nama.

Accompanied ly her court,
Queen Liz will ride through the
Balboa Prado at 11:15 a.m..

through Balboa Road to Fourth of
July and Tivoli Avenue, down

Central Avenue, return via Ave.

B, Justo Arosemena and then to
the Hotel.

On arrival, Manager Joe Cun-i

ningham will give the lively brim-

ette Queen the golden key to the
hostelry where, she will reign for

four days and four nights.

The Murga (Queen's b r,a s s

band) will accompany the motor

cade in a truck, while the Queen

will ride a red and white convert
ible.

At 9 p.m. tomorrow night the
Coronation Ball will take place in

the natio of El Panama.

So that baseball fans will have a
chance to see it, the actual coro

nation will take place at 10:20p.m.
after Queen Marcela's grand en
trance.
Oueen Liz will wear a beauti

ful gown designed and created by
Madame de Hond. It carries out

the theme of her throne.

Twelve young couples, pages,

train bearers and heralds com

pose her" court.

Once crowned, she will declare
four days of revelry, and set the

example with a gay tamDoruo.

Dress for the ball is formal or
semi-formal (white suits or dinner

iackets for men).

The orchestras will play for

continuous dancing.
(Continued on Page 9)1

AEO Agrees To Ccn
IJIW England Plan
For Atomic Pbl

WASTirMrtTfW. Feh. 1ft -IIP)

The Atomic Enertjy Commission
agreed today to negotiate on a
proposal by 12 New England utili utilities
ties utilities to build a 134,000-kilowatt a a-tomic
tomic a-tomic power plant near. Eowe,
Mass.
The decision was hailed by Sen.
John F. Kennedy (D-Mass) as one
that f'may well prove to be the
most important development in
our region's economy in the 20th
century."
ABC Chairman Lewis L. Strauss
announced the commission's ac acceptance
ceptance acceptance of a revised proposal of
the Yankee Atomic Electric Co.
as an "acceptable basis for nego negotiations."
tiations." negotiations." The actual contract to set up the
plant will still require a final com commission
mission commission okay after -the AEC staff

and company officials agree on

details.

They company, composed of 12

utilities, had a previous proposal

rejected by the AEC.
Its new plan for a $33,400, $33,400,-000
000 $33,400,-000 atomic power plant which
would be completed sometime in
1959 or 1960.
Such a plant could provide all
the power needs of an average ci

ty of around 175,000 to 200,000 po

pulation, or supply power lor a
number of industries.
Kennedy said the new "age of
more power" now in sight for
New England holds 1 promise of
"new products for expanded New
England markets" and "more
convenience at lower cost for New
England housewives."
The AEC action brings to three
the number of full-scale atomic
power plants for which negotiations
are under way under the commis commission's
sion's commission's power demonstration pro

gram.

MEETINGS

Summsriicld S02S Gcod Chsnce
Congress Willy Postal Rates

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Each notice for Inclusion in this
column should submitted in type typewritten
written typewritten form and mailed to one of
the box numbers listed daUy in "So "Social
cial "Social and Otherswlse," or delivered
by hand to the office. Notices of
meetings cannot be accepted by tele telephone.
phone. telephone. Organist Group Meets On Monday
Members of the American Guild
of Organists will meet at the home

of Mrs. Dorothy Hamlin, 52-68-A

Hecker Place, Diablo, on Mon

day evening.

The meeting will begin at 7:30
and the .program will consist of a

discussion of Gregorian chants

Mr. Damian Carles, a member of
the group, will read a thesis he

has prepared on this subject.

All organists and choir ddrect ddrect-ors
ors ddrect-ors are invited to attend.
Star-In-a-Circle
Dancing Club

Th Star-In-a-Circlfl Snuarn and

round dancing club of Ancon is
planning a meeting soon. Member Membership
ship Membership and participation will be by
invitation.

ThnRP interested have heen ask-

ed to call Navy 3779 or Balboa

43U2.:
Leo Mclntyre Chapter
Meets On Tuesday
The Captain Leo A. Mclntire
Chapter of the Reserve Officers
Association of America will hold
its regular meeting at the Fort
Clayton Officers Club, on Tuesday,
at 9:00 p.m.
Kefereshments will be served,
Cardenas River Garden Club
P.ans Tuesday Meeting
The Cardenas River GarrVn Club
will hold its regular monthly meet meeting
ing meeting on Tuesday evening at Mor Morgan's
gan's Morgan's Hill, Miraflores.
Due to the number of social ev events
ents events at this time, it will be impos impossible
sible impossible to telephone each club
lowed.

Members are therefor asked to

telephone Mrs Morgan, at Balboa
23S0, before noon tomorrow to let
her know whether they will be
present.

ui.jiiWsdi 'tssirrlW' W.v,

BRIG. GEN. ALBERT T. WIL WILSON.
SON. WILSON. JR.. demitv chief of staff

Operations, Headquarters Mili

tary Air Transport service, ar arrived
rived arrived at Albrook Air Force Base
last night to discuss oDerational

matters with the commanders of

tne Military Air Transport Serv Service
ice Service units attached to the Carib Caribbean
bean Caribbean Air Command.
Official fSAF Photo

Of SWIMMIN' HOLE

New Books

NEWPORT, R. I. -(UP)- A
$130,000 swimming pool will be
built soon at the Newport estate
of Robert R. Young, board chair chairman
man chairman of the New York Central Rail-,
road.

John McKultv; famous for his

unique and engaging stories about
Third Avenue saloons, race tracks
and other assorted Manhattan nhe.

nomena, has written a delightful

book on his young son which was

placed in circulation during the
past week by the Canal Zone Lib

rary,

Called 'My Son Johnny," the

book begins with Johnny's infan infancy
cy infancy and first smile, and progres progresses
ses progresses stearlilv tn the nrespnt when

Johnny is five and a half years

oia ana is starting school.
The complete list of new books

and their authors listed by the lib

rary uus week follows;
Non-fiction Patterns In Read Reading,
ing, Reading, Roos: John Dawev. Dewev:

The United States and Argentine,
Whitaker; Our Army Engineers,

crump: organic Chemistry, Hatch:

The Biologic Effects of Tobacco,

wynder; All About Aircraft, De-

scoutter; Better Foremanship,

Hersey; The incomplete Pago, Kel Kelly;
ly; Kelly; My Son Johnny, McNulty:

Knight Errant, Connell; and Dang

er My Ally, Mitchell-fledges.

Fiction Shoot a Sitting Duck.

Alexander; The Case of the Three
Lost Letters, Bush; Cards of I I-dentity,
dentity, I-dentity, Dennis; Ten North Fred Frederick,
erick, Frederick, O'Hara; These Lovers Fled

Away, bpring; and The Big Pick

-up, levor. .

WASHINGTON, Feb. 10 (UP)
Postmaster General Arthur E.
Summerfild said today there is a

"reasonably good chance Con-
gress will approve President,
Eisenhower's request for a 408'4

million dollar increase m postal,
rates this year.

A similar administration request!

wound up in a congressional pigeon-hole
last year. House Democra Democratic
tic Democratic whip Carl Albert Okla said re recently
cently recently "I don't think there's a
chance of passing any such bill"

this year.
The President's recommenda recommendations
tions recommendations are designed to wipe out the
chronic postal deficit and launch
a five-year 780 million dollar post
office building modernization pro program.
gram. program. The plan would raise an extra
295 million dollars a year by hik hiking
ing hiking first class mail from 3 to 4
cents an ounce, 16 million dollars
by boosting air mail rates from 6
to 7 cents, 17 million dollars
through two annual 15 per cent in increases
creases increases in second class rates, and
77 million dollars through a 30 per
cent hike in third class rates.
While conceding there is con considerable
siderable considerable opposition to the idea
both in and out of Congress, Sum Sum-merfield
merfield Sum-merfield contended this would be
overcoie by public pressure to put
the post office on a pay-as-you-go
basis.
To support his point, he cited a
noil conducted by Rep. Robert Cor-

bett R-Pa. He said 73 per cent of

those polled by Corbett had no
objection'' to a one-cent increase
in the cost of mailing a letter.
Summerfield also complained
that there is a "conflict of inter-

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KEENE, N. II. (UP) Four
res;itrars of voters sat in City Mail
here fur two days to receive
charts in party rt-traiion.
body showed up.

TOTAL CLOSE OUT
with 50 discount
of HUNDREDS of sterling hollow t
and flatware items "International"
P0RRASr Plaza 5 ds Mayo, Panama

est" in the appointment of some

members of the Senate Post Of-i
fice Committee's new Postal Ad- j
visory Council. The group includes!

three representatives of publish publishing
ing publishing houses. Summerfield named
no names.
But be did say magazines and
newspapers are "recipients of the

largest subsidy" in postal rates.

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He said two-thirds of the postal
loss in second class mail is at attributed
tributed attributed to magazines and one one-third
third one-third to newspapers.
Summerfield termed the total
postal deficit of 5 billion dolars in
the past 10 years "unconscion "unconscionable"
able" "unconscionable" in view of the nation's pros prosperity.
perity. prosperity. He said "We can't justify
pasaing on unpaid postal bills of
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ot by gppointment.
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BOD1 -REDUCING
7 tamom McLevy Machined
Swedish Meroace Means bam
for male and female
ORTEPEDIA NACIONAL
(Dr. SchollO
U Juste Arosemena .- rn. j--h
HARNETT & DUNN
BALLROOM tANCE STUDIO
"TEACHES UNTIL VOU LEARN
Balboa: 2-4239 or Pan,: 3-16M
Nturlio El Psnama Hotel
- LOOK
You Can -Now Buy Auto Auto-inobile
inobile Auto-inobile .Insurance by, -telephone.'
Immediate Cover Coverage
age Coverage Dial Panama' 2-5000
FRED HUDDLESTON.
VI0LETTE SUPPLY
SERY1CE
Anything Any time.
If it's made we'll ;
' get it for you.
Call Panama 3-6318
Box 282 Balboa, C. Z.
Do; and Cat
CLINIC
t'l n hi t it
' ur. u r. iiriiunuct u..
' Calle 40
No. 2-66
Tel. 31902
XZ Liquor
(Continued from Pace U
Unvpi-ninpht. in the pomcllance
J'wlth the provisions of the trea trea-i'ty."
i'ty." trea-i'ty." Partial survey of civilian and
t military clubs on the Canal
J J Zone indicated that those 11-
i censed to sell liquor are not as
J! yet offering it to members at
t hV'VillHW
lax-aiscounv ynves.
Earlier this week, club repre representatives
sentatives representatives met with an official
of the Canal Zone Government.
sMiey y.ere given some instruc instructions
tions instructions oh rjrocedure and told to
' !make their own arrangements
; with wholesalers for purchasing
their stocks.
Unofficially it is understood
, .that representatives of club3 on
I military posts will have a con conference
ference conference at Quarry Heights this
t aiternoon. - s
Yesterday several liquor deal deal-Hs
Hs deal-Hs said they were facing a loss
If. they gave the full tax dis-
count. They asked for a meeting
with the Panama government to
; iron out their problems'.
Today several of them geem-
ed reluctant to discuss the
''matter. Inquiries were referred
II to Felipe Motta, who had been
named to present the dealers'
;;tase to the government. Motta
. was reportedly at the Finance
; Ministry for a conference.
tt The firm giving the full tax tax-Jdiscount
Jdiscount tax-Jdiscount of $12.83 per case, or
t$1.07 per bottle ia Licores Ange Ange-;inl.
;inl. Ange-;inl. tt
The three firms giving partial
discounts reported as follows:
One firm said it would give
'$12 oh a case, $1 on a single
ififth. :

M thMs98 Id 'thef ironld and Valcncia'Tlhc team that slood-sliort scries anything can happen
Sive ?10 on a case of "average Inoff the stretch drive of the fatn-und surprises galore are the ord
price scotch," and 75 cents on'ous Pnmpero club will rcprcsenter of the day. May the best team
'ach fifth sold separately. 'their respective countries superb-win.-
. ......

FOR SALE
Household

FOR SALE: Westingheuse re re-frigerstor
frigerstor re-frigerstor 5', large mahogany
wardrobe. 1 550-G Cavils Road,
Balboa.
FOR SALE: 9-ft. G E. refriger refrigerator
ator refrigerator 1951, fine condition, $110.
Phone Albrook 221T.
FOR SALE: Due to trip, baby
carriage, small bed and other
household articles. ;"Betenii,"
houM 209-A.
FOR SALE: Beautiful mahoj mahoj-any
any mahoj-any bar with liquor cabinet, mir mir-mon,
mon, mir-mon, g last, (tiding doors, uphol upholstered
stered upholstered chairs. Cash or terms.
Phono J-J024 or 2-4902.
FOR SALE: Mahogany double
bed with mattress and spring, 2
night tables, bedspread, 12 pil pillow
low pillow covers, 2 wrought iron lamps.
Excellent condition. Phono 83 83-3216.
3216. 83-3216. FOR SALE: Household furnish furnishings,
ings, furnishings, including new wrought iron
furniture, dishes, luggage, cam camera.
era. camera. Call Balboa 2733.
FOR SALE: Sohmer console
spinet piano, perfect condition,
looks like now, e o I black.
2317-A Las Cruces, Balboa.
FOR SALE: Studio couch $35.
sofa-bed $40, 9x12 wool rug'
$35, bookcase, heardbeard $10,
girl's 20-inch bicycle $15. Tel Telephone
ephone Telephone Kobo 5297.
Inferior Painting
Conlrccls Awarded
Contract's for the interior
painting, of 17 apartments and
four houses in various Canal
Zone communities were awarded
this week to Daniel Rojas, An Anthony
thony Anthony Leggiere and W. T. Coffey
by the Panama Canal Company.
The largest contract was
awarded to Rojas who bid $1,350
for the Interior painting of three
apartments In Margarita and
two aDartments and two houses
in Gatun. '
Mr. Leggiere bid $1 074 for the
interior palntine of three aDart-
iments and one house in Balboa:
four apartments in D 1 a b I o
Heights and two apartments in
uamooa.;- -t i--;, :
I Mr. Coffey who bid $575, was
Riven the contract for the in in-'
' in-' terior painting of one house and
i one apartment in Gatun and
two apartments in Margarita. I
Houses Included on the paint,
schedule are the following: Nos.
420, 428 and 424 In Gatun fnd
No. 0981 in Balboa.
Apartments to be painted In Include:
clude: Include: Nos. 8007-B. 8160-B. 8185 8185-A,
A, 8185-A, 8014-B and 8152-B In Marga Margarita:
rita: Margarita: Nos. 259-B, 234-A, and 217
-9 In Gatun; No. 746-D, 807-C
and 1521-D in Balboa; 5182-B,
5330-C, 58G4-A, and-59G4-A in
Diablo Heights; 108-B and 150 150-B
B 150-B in Gatun.
NO TIME FOR DUCK$
HARTFORD, Conn. (UP)
ducks prevented the Keney Park
pond from freezing over by con continually
tinually continually skimming over the surface.
To satisfy ice skating enthusiasts
park department attendants
shooed the ducks away for several
days by setting off firecrackers.
The ducks were iced out.

Gossip About
SPORTS
By WALTER C, WATSON

WALTER C. WATSON
Ripping everj'thing apart,
a gigantic was machine,
Chesterfield Smokers under
the
successful guidance of Joe
Mac
chio, bought Carlos Eleta his sec

ond pennant ia the eleven yearsthe highest caliber and under or-

ot tne league s existence. dinary circumstances could be ex-
At one time, early in the sea-pectcl to make an excellent show show-son,
son, show-son, "with, Spur Cola sporting a ing but with thee two big guns guns-ten
ten guns-ten and two mar!: and Chester-Robinson and Elston working
field With four and nine, few, iflike coal miners carrying sixteen
any, gav Nacchio's squad muchtons of rimber nine coal; Burnet Burnet-ofa
ofa Burnet-ofa chance, te carrJig his share of the load
When the brilliant frank Austinand .Hoss Grimsley complaining of
was injured in a game with Carta eye tro-ible. the big question is:
Vieja the outlook seemed even how telling has been the crush crush-dimmer
dimmer crush-dimmer but with superb perform-ing impact of this stretch drive
ances from Humberto Robinsonon tlwsa loys6
and Don Elston, clutch hitting at Bill Harris, not as impressive
ts best and no end of hustle, the this year as in-previous seasons,
big team came through to victo-wiil have to pitch the first game
ry. and probably another to take up
Congratulations to Joe Macchiothe slack,
and his fine team.
Arrangements are all complete One thing the local fans and
and at 5.30 p.m. today the big-visiting delegations can be sure
gest sporting event o' the yearof and that is that the Chester Chester-will
will Chester-will get underway, Puerto Ricof ield ball club will be fighting all
vs Venezuela and Cuba vs Pa-the way, taking advantage of ev ev-nama
nama ev-nama will be the first doubleery break and breaking their
header offered as the opener of necks at every turn to bring the
the eight Caribbean Series. 195C Caribbean champinship to Pa-
The Cienfuegos team from Cunama,
bn is packed with the best pitch- Our choice for the series, be being
ing being and will be rough to beat-causi of the reason stated above
Caguas, suprise -winner over Sant-is as follows: Cuba, Puerto Rico,

nrpp in thA Piiprtn Kirnn T.pqtfiipPnnmfl anri VAn07,iola Vint in s

MISCELLANEOUS

ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS
BOX 2031, ANCON. C Z.
BOX 1211. CRISTOBAL. C.2.
hOK SALE
Miscellaneous
OUTSTANDING BARGAIN. Pi.
per tri-pacer PA-22. Super cus custom,
tom, custom, best condition, certificates.
Phono Compania T.A.S. A. 3 3-1180.
1180. 3-1180. Aoropuerto Paitilla (Mar (Marcos
cos (Marcos Gelabert), Panama.
FOR SALE: Wood lathe and
tools, like now. Reasonable. A A-BERNATHY,
BERNATHY, A-BERNATHY, Phono 3-0264.
FOR SALE: Clean b Press es establishment.
tablishment. establishment. Phono 987-L, Co4
Ion.
FOR SALE: Two Admiral air air-.
. air-. conditioning sets practically new.
-hp. Cash or terms. Phono 2 2-4902.
4902. 2-4902. FOR SALE: Desks, filing cabi cabinets,
nets, cabinets, mahogany counter,, sound soundproof
proof soundproof celotex, card files, hat
racks Phono 2-4902.
FOR SALE: Complete Dark
Room equipment for developing,
' printing and enlarging photo photographs.
graphs. photographs. Telephone 41 Colon.
Sparkman Suggests
US Try To Mediate
Middle East Crisis
WASHINGTON, Feb. lO-(UP)
Sen, John J. Sparkman (D (D-Ala.)
Ala.) (D-Ala.) today suggested that the
administration try to mediate
the Middle East crisis rather
than raise the possibility of use
of force. "'
At nresent. Soarkman said.
"we seem to be putting the cart
before the horse" m attempting
to resolve Israeli-Arab differ
ences. : ; ""-
Thus far. he said. "I haven't
seen any strong effort on our
part to mediate between the two
sides. And yet that ought to: be
our position now instead of
talking about committing our
armed forces." i
i The possibility of military In Intervention
tervention Intervention was raised at Presi
dent Eisenhower's news confer conference
ence conference this week when he said
that "everything I can constitu constitutionally
tionally constitutionally do will be done to pre prevent
vent prevent the outbreak of hostilities''
in the middle east.
The President's "words could
encompass the use of fore if
large-scale fighting broke out
between Arab and Israeli forces.
Administration sources empha emphasized,
sized, emphasized, however, that any inter intervention
vention intervention would be International
in character either with
United Nations backing or as a
joint U. S.-Brltish-French endeavor.-
- :-
Before taking any
military,
steps, the administration pre
sumarjiy would go 10 congress,
ror authority to support the
move, as it did a year ago in the
miast or tne Formosa crisis.
INCONSIDERATE
NAUGATUCK, Conn. (UP)-A
party of workers at the Connecti Connecticut
cut Connecticut Light and Power Co. was in interrupted
terrupted interrupted for an hour by a power
failure.
ly.

uur owa luiesieiiitia oau cuio
likewill represent t h c i r respective

inecoumnes superbly

Our own Chesterfield ball club
has but one bie Question mark
pitching. The pitching staff is oi

FOR SALE
Automobiles

FOR SALE: Nice 1953 Stude Stude-baker
baker Stude-baker two-tone Commander Y8
hardtop. Automatic transmission,
radio, heater, defroster, under under-coating,
coating, under-coating, tinted glass, directional
lights and other extras. Good
tires and new battery, $1295 or
SI 250 without radio. Dial 2 2-3204
3204 2-3204 Balboa.
FOR SALE 1948 Pentiac con convertible
vertible convertible $250. Call Albrook 7 1 65
during duty hours.
FOR SALE. 1955 Ford Country
Sedan. Leaving for States. Tele Tele-phono
phono Tele-phono 2-1360 Balboa.
FOR SALE: 1951 Morris con con-vertiblo,
vertiblo, con-vertiblo, duty paid. Sell reason reasonable.
able. reasonable. Consider trade, ABERNA ABERNA-THY.
THY. ABERNA-THY. Phone 3-0264.
FOR SALE: '55 Triumph TR2
Sports Car. Black, overdrive, rac racing
ing racing kit, 2500 miles, many ex extras,
tras, extras, A-l. See TSgt. Bickferd.
Qtrt. 2698, Albrook, after $
p.m. $1995. ...
FOR SALE: 1952 Groan Chev Chev-rolet
rolet Chev-rolet convertible, paint, top ex excellent
cellent excellent condition Call Fort Kob Kob-be
be Kob-be 84-2233.
FOR SALE; 1951 Studebaker
V-S Commander 2-door Sedan.
Call 2-1713 Balboa.
FOR SALE: Ford Taunus Se Sedan,
dan, Sedan, 1 954 model, good condi condition.
tion. condition. Phono 2-4902, 3-1024.
FOR SALE: Chevrolet half-ton
panel 1952, good condition.
Phono 2-4902, 3-1024.
FOR SALE: 1956 Singer Road Roadster,
ster, Roadster, less than 1000 miles $1400.
, Dual carburetors.. Call Albrook
6274,
FOR SALE: 1955 Chevrolet.
Betsnti 705. Can be teen Satur Satur-;
; Satur-; day and Sunday all day. Phono
3-4276
FOR SALE: 1953 Ford 6-cyl.,
radio, heater, overdrive and un undercoat,
dercoat, undercoat, 2 new tires, $ 1 1 00 or
make an offer. Phono 87-6133,
83-7285
FOR SALE: .1955 Chevrolet
Deluxe 4-door sedan with VS
engine, -powerglide transmission,
directional lights, beautiful two two-tone
tone two-tone blue and ether deluxe fac factory
tory factory appointments. New condi condition.
tion. condition. Leaving for States. Must
sell. $1895 full price. Phono
Balboa 2-1515.
Deck Of Cunard
Liner Glamorized
Before starting her current ser
les oi cruises to the west indie
and South America, the Cunard
liner Mauretania had an extensive
glamorization effected on her Lido
deck,
The Improved facilities incorpor incorporate
ate incorporate royal blue and while awnings
and sidings, new yacht chairs,
rnrlrtail tahfos with Diiliictahl nm.
brellas,- a unique lighting system
and an enlarged stage for the or-
chestra.
Three terraces comprise the
Lido dech with the largest areas
given over to the "Sun Island."
During the day this part of the
ship provides the perfect setting
for swimming, sunbathing, read reading,
ing, reading, card games and the audience
participation programs which are
a high-light of every day at sea.
The entire area is In close prox proximity
imity proximity to the enclosed promenade
deck where a buffet lunch is serv served
ed served for those who don't wish to
change for dining in the Restaur Restaurants.
ants. Restaurants. ..
With sunset the Lido deck be becomes
comes becomes a nightclub. A new system
of ''deep glow" lights lends an air
of enchantment to a .starry Carib
bean evening, and the lights them
selves resemble phosphorescent
jewels suspended In air.
The verandah cocktail lounge
opens to a deck space spotted with
tables and overlooks the swim
ming pool and Sun island. On both
sides of this deck area gla s s
screens afford protection from sea
breezes while allowing a wide
view of the ocean. The table tops
are highly stylized with marble
like patterns, and the yacht chairs
are constructed of a plastic fabric
which is both moisture proof and
color fast.
Daalfi Senfcr.ccs
Of 2 Easl Gornos
CCiliiiaMiwd JO ,0
BERLIN, Feb.. 10-(UP) East
German President Wtl n e i m
Pleck has commuted the death
sentences of two East Germans
charged with inducing techni technicians
cians technicians in the Soviet Zone to flee
West, the official communist
newspaper said today. The paper
said the sentences of Werner
Rudert and Max Held have been
reduced to life imprisonment.
The death sentences handed
the two men brought a wave of
protest in West Germany, Brit Brit-alrrand
alrrand Brit-alrrand the Test of Europe;
. The "Neues Deutschland" an announcement
nouncement announcement of Fleck's action
was believed to be the result of

Help Wanted

WANTED: Panamanian cook cook-housemaid
housemaid cook-housemaid to live in. Preferably
over 30 with recent references.;
House No, 22, Calle Septima,
Altos del Golf, between 9 and
12 mornings.
FOR SALE
Boais & Motors
FOR SALE: 12 and 14-ft.
boats, fast runabout. Sell or trade
for any cxpensiva fishing boat.
ABERNATHY, Phono 3-0264
FOR SALE: 17-ft. boat, cabin
cruiser, used one fishing season,
in No. I condition, newly paint painted,
ed, painted, $390. Trailer to fit same,
Boat is one-man operation. Pa-
tent pending, $75. Can be seen
at 2003-C, 1st Street, Curundu.
Phono 83-6226, P. O. Broome.
FOR SALE
Motorcycles
FOR SALE; 1953 .Harley Da Davidson
vidson Davidson 74 motorcycle, excellent
condition. 84-3260, Sp.2 John
F. 'Cargill, -4-5 p.m.

Locality Wage Philosophy
Condemned As Inhumane

By EDWARD GASKIN
( LAST OF TWO ARTICLE)
The Local CIO unions condemn
this wage philosophy because it is
inherently unfair, unjust, inhuma
ne, un progressive and un-Chns-
tian, '"'
It is unfair, unjust and un-Chris-
tian because it inters that oji e
group of workers, whether, local
rate or y.b. rate, is interior to
another merely by virtue of the
accident of the "locality of recruit recruitment.".'
ment.".' recruitment.".' .: ;
Both groups must purchase In
n accepted comparable North
American cost-of-living economy,
yet ono group is condemned to
try to oka out living in such an
economy an a so-called and grot grot-ly
ly grot-ly inadequate "locality wage."
There exists no differential in
prices on the Canal Zone or in the
two terminal cities of the Republic
for the group of workers thus dis discriminated
criminated discriminated against. They must
nurchase at identical crices naid
by everyone else and not that
prices in the terminal cities are

COMPARISON OF GROSS SALARIES
COMPANY-GOVERNMENT EMPLOYES

U.S. RATE

FY 1951 (4,216) $22,174,801 (14,5191 $16,443,562 $38,618,363
FY 1952 (4,358) 24,082,646 (13,881) 17,617,348 41,899,994
FY 1953 (3,987 ) 26,555,902 (12,405) 17,023,980 43,579,882
FY 1954 3,860) 26,235,469 -(10,951) 15,254,268 ,-41,489,737
FY 1955 (3,726) 28,440,579 (10,147) 14,738,689 41,179,268
(Figures in parenthesis represent the number of employes
involved.) s
The above chart indicates quite graphically that approxi approximately
mately approximately three times as many local rate workers receive approx approximately
imately approximately one-half what their smaller number of U. S. rate co

workers receive yearly. It further reveals that while the U, S.

rate total ha shown a somewhat substantial increase each sue

ceeding year, with the exception

shown a corresponding decrease, with the exception oi fiscal
year 1952. It will be recalled that during FY 1952, local rate
workers received two across-the-board increases and that the
minimum wage was raised also.
One will also note that all Pan-Canal Co -government em employes
ployes employes purchase live and rear their families in the same
cost-of-living environment. No price differential exists in the
commissary retail stores for any group of employes. AH work workers
ers workers must either directly or indirectly, if even to a relative de degree,
gree, degree, bear the increased costs occasioned by whatever wage in increase
crease increase occurs in the company which are not met by appropriat appropriated
ed appropriated grants legislated by the U.S. Congress. 7
The table also reflects the fact that local rate workers'have
received no across-the-board or cost-of-living increase since
October, 1953; while other workers have received such con consideration.
sideration. consideration.

substantially higher than those ex existing
isting existing on the Canal 2one.
Such a wage philosophy is in inhumane,
humane, inhumane, un-progressive and un unchristian
christian unchristian because it takes no cog cognizance
nizance cognizance of the fact that the Canal
outpost is unique in many aspects
when considered in relationship to
Other U.S. overseas outposts.
Here we have a strip of land
leased in perpetuity (forever) and
with the negotiated right to set up
North American judicial, health,
economic and other systems. We
have a miniature North American
was of life taken to and transplant transplanted
ed transplanted smack in the middle of the A A-mericas.
mericas. A-mericas. This phenomenon was
not accomplished without serious
and lasting influences on the way
of life existent in the two adjacent
terminal cities of the Republic
where there eventually emerged
over the years an inflationary and
artificial, though quite real, North
American cost of living economy,
also.
And so we now havo the
somewhat ludicrous situation of
persons forced to attempt the
Herculean task of daily trying to
exist in a North American cost.
the pressure of free world public
opinion on the East German
Communists.
Thtrwest cermarrlower-htrase
earlier this month condemned
the death sentences as "mur-
der."

RESORTS

Shropncl's furnished houses eo
beach ot Santa Clara. Telephone
Thompson, Balboa 1772. :
Gramlich't Santa Clara Beach
Cottages. Modern conveniences,
moderate rates. Phono Gamboa
6-441.
FOSTER'S COTTAGES. One mile
past Casino. Law rotes. Phono
Balboa 1866.
PhlLLIPS Oceonside Cottage,
Santa Clara. Box 435. Balboa.
Phone Panama 3-1877. Cristo Cristobal
bal Cristobal 3-1673.
Baldwin's furnished apartments
at Santa Clara Beach. Telephone
Proiack, Balboa 1224.
WANTED
Automobiles
WANTED: Station wagon, late
model, must bo in good condi condition.
tion. condition. Phone 2-4902, 3-1024.
Wanted Position
EXPERT TYPIST, only with
knowledge of English and gener general
al general office work. Call Panama 3 3-5860
5860 3-5860 afternoons.
of-living economy on an out of of-date
date of-date and unrealistic locality wage
Not being magicians, they havo
been and shali continue to be
hardpressed to' even keep body
soul together for years to come.
At this late hour and during our
advanced and enlightened 20th
Century, they are now being subt
ly told to go back and live as their
r n l! : : it. a n 1
ioreiainers uvea in me age oi me
ox-cart sleeping on the ground,
washing their clothing in rivers,
and depending on the rains and
on pits to satisfy their health
needs. i
Surely, it is not too much to ex
pect that the workers of this coun country
try country should feel the urge to hang on
tenaciously to their hard-won im im-orovements
orovements im-orovements in their standard of
living over the years, Surely, it is',
not too much to accept the tact
that the North American environ environmental
mental environmental stimuli has had a tremen tremendous
dous tremendous affect on the hopes and as aspirations
pirations aspirations of these people and their
families throughout the Isthmus.
To expect them to return willing willingly
ly willingly to the "jungles" would be invit-
LOCAL RATE TOTAL
of 1954, the local rate total has
ing serious dissillusionment
even disaster.
and
Wo hasten to quota from t h a
statement of Senator Fulbright
during the Sonata hearings,
had assumed, from the original
statements, that tho objective
was to try Jo improva the lot of
tha Panamanians, to mako them
more agreeable to ..the -situation.
We take it that this statement
refers to the Panamanian people,
the vast nro
workers or potential workers. The
principle ot equal pay for equal
work thus becomes an. empty thing
wnen a worKer views that
means, in the vast majority
instances, that tho onn.il nav
it
of
re
ferred to is a "Wnlitv w n a
which is already way out of align-
mt in relation to the cost of liv living
ing living facing him and his family
from day to day on the Isthmus.
Workers are therefore encourag encouraged
ed encouraged to support their unions, finan financially
cially financially and numerically in their
campaign to obtain a more realis realistic,
tic, realistic, fair and just wage scale.
SKUNKED
, MARBLEHEAD. Mass. (UP)
A skunk with its head stuck
in a bottle crepted a maior traffic
jam here.'PoIiceman Kenneth EI EI-dridge
dridge EI-dridge unsnarled the tangle alter
breaking the bottle with a stone,
'The skunk, unharmed, ran away.

FOR RENT
Houses

FOR RENT: Furnished chalet:
2 bedrooms and studio. 47th
Street No. 1-02. Phono 3-1306
.Panama.
FOR RENT: Throe-bedroom
chalet, swimming pool, barbecue,
$150. Old Golf Club entrance.
Phone 3-2079.
FOR RENT: Just built three three-bedroom
bedroom three-bedroom chalet, porch, largo
garden', all modern conveniences conveniences-including
including conveniences-including hot water and garage,
maid's quarters. Golf entrance.
Also 2-bedroom apartments fur-
nished or unfurnished, near Ho Hotel
tel Hotel El Panama. Apply 2034, 7th
Ave. Espana. Phono 3-5692
Panama.
Wanted to Buy
WANTED: Fishing boats, 12
18 ft. ABERNATHY, Phone 3-
.'0264.
FOR RENT
Kooras
FOR RENT: Furnished room
with porch, good for bachelor or
couple, kitchen if deslrtd. Apply
over The Chase Manhattan Bank
(Colon),-corner 11th and Boli Bolivar,
var, Bolivar, house 10123. Only Bolivar
entrance. Phone 233 Colon,
FOR RENT: Room, service and
independent entrance. Corner
'Chile Ave. and 38th Street No.'
38-04.- .,

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'52 CADILLAC
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'52JORD
4 Door 993
52' STUDEBAKER
4 Door .830
'51 OLDSMOBILE
4 Door 650
51' KAISER
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NEW YORK. Feb. 10 -(LT)
A 28-year-old brunette today won
the title of "Miss Skyway" in a
contest commemorating the 25th
year of airline stewardess service.
Miss Moffett Webb, of Memphis,

Tenn.,' now stationed in Dallas,
Tex., with Braniff Airlines, com competed
peted competed with entries from 20 other
lines. She is 5 feet 7 inches tall
and measures 36-24-36. She said
she had done a little modeling, but
never had entered a beauty con contest
test contest before.
Miss Webb, daughter of Mr. and

Mrs. Roy A. Webb of Memph, won
a set of matched luggage, a Hill Hill-man
man Hill-man Minx automobile and a new
coat.
She said that she had no steady

boy friend and that she plans to
continue flying "because I want
to see everything possible before
1 get married and settle .down."

Square Meal Diet-6
Peggy Wood Keeps Her
Diet Menu Interesting

Relaxing Of "Credit
Conircls On Gl

Hems Guying Urged f

"Some day there'll b an executive job open, and they'll
notice how neat he looks!"

'MOVIES'' TV AD!0
by ErskJne Johnson

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aHOLLYWOOD (NEAJ JS'ota-
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; LOUIS HAYWARD,' about live
j. TV:- m'-the ansi difficult thing
, one can do as an actor. Now I'm
doing it, and I like it."
KIM NOVAK: ''The first thing a
, man notices about a woman is the
m ell of her perume A whiff of
the right brand will make a clay
. pigeon out of the most confirmed
bachelor. It sets off the bells in
the male belfry."
' BERT WHEELER, after 45
years as a comedian: "In my day
there was more honor among
comics and less thieving. A joke

that Paul Gerard Smith wrote for

me for $50 lasted five years and

" no other comic would think of

"filching it. Now a $1000 joke lasts

. one show and you have to be care careful
ful careful some other comic didn't hear
it at a rehearsal and beat you

to it."

Lillian Roth: "All of us carry
some kind of little scar that keeps

. i: : mu

. are other problems beside alcohol."1
NOEL COWARD: "Some people
say I need a sophiticated audience.
A sophisticated audience is the
worst audience in the world. They

think they know everything. I like
playing to ordinary people, and I
. think I proved I could after a
month in Las Vegas."
David Nivn: "I'm th only ac actor
tor actor In town who doosn't want lo bo
a director. I'd liko to bo pro producer,
ducer, producer, though. It may bo the ond
of Hollywood, but I'm going to do
it aomoday."

. SHELLEY 'WINTERS: '"Cooking
can be just as effective as per personal
sonal personal charm to a man if it is
given the same amount of thought.
Besides, cooking talent has a long longer
er longer life than physical charm."
frank Lovijoy, nixing the role
of an English Army officer who
; rloliuhtnri in irarrinff with thp Irish?

"With this kisser of mine who's
going to believe it?"
BOB HOPE, about the new crop
of young comedians: 'All-of us
old-timers are aware of them and

. know they re breathing down our
necks. Frankly, we're not jealous

or unhappy that they're around

The morei there are, the harder

you havo to work."

Patricia Medina: "Latins kiss

with dolicacy and finess. Not like

Americans who divo at you with a
bear hug and a mental grappling
iron.'?
DENNIS DAY, about his flop as
a TV patsy: "I was always seen
as the schnook. I played straight
man to an old guy with a beard.
On top of which they slotted my
show opposite '1 Love Lucy.'
Everybody loved Lucy, Nobody
loved me."
-JEANNE CRAIN, on her TV ap appearances:"!
pearances:"! appearances:"! had a stubborn
loyalty to movies, and I felt you
either had to be a TV or a movie
star. But that's not true at all any anymore.
more. anymore. It's been brought home to
everybody that TV can comple complement
ment complement movies nicely. If the stay-at-home
audience sees an actor in a

good TV performance, it will stim stimulate
ulate stimulate interest to see that actor in
a movie."
Judy Holliday: "I don't mind
counting calories at the table. But
when I'm preparing a dish in the

Kitchen, 1 m a great taster. As a
matter of fact, mother contends
that I taste away about three three-fourths
fourths three-fourths of a recipe. And that's what
really puts poundage on me."
ANNE BAXTER: "Film audi audiences
ences audiences want self-identification more
than1 they want escapism these
days. The average filmgoer simply
isn't that legendary clerk' dream dreaming
ing dreaming of faraway places. He's .grown
up. He's a thinking person vitally
interested in the real world that
he knows."
Cary Grant: "If all my opinions
woro written down over a period of
years, they'd be the biggest mess

ot contradictions over. I never

know what I think until I hoar

myself say it."

ROBERT LEE, CBS art direc

tor: "The TV industry is still think

ing in terms of TV being radio

with pictures and is forgetting it

is an eye medium primarily.

Southern California

Jolted By Quake
it '"'7:V- y.:-' 7
: EL CENTRO, Calif., Feb. 10 -l.'UD
An early-morning earth earthquake
quake earthquake jolted Southern CaHfornia
i';ycitrday, broke winners and
'(writer pipes and cracked walls of
' lar"p buildings.

Frightened resident! Ilorked in into
to into the streets after h lirsc shock
at S3 a.m. Two aftersnocks fol

lowed

In San Diego, the tcmtior was

accompanied by an ominous rum

ble. It lasted a minute, rersons
ealinc breakfast in downtown ho

tels ran into the strests.

In the downtown Land line
Building a water pipe burst on
the sixth fkor. Cracks appeared
on-outside ,wAs of large build buildings
ings buildings and plaster fell and windows
broke in residences. A water main
snapped in neighboring Holtvil'ii.
Residents tf the San Gabriel and
San Fernando Vallevs and the
beach cities south of Los Angeles
also. felt, the iolt. It 'extended as

"WASHINGTON, Feb. 10 -(UP)j
A House Banking subcommittee;
urged the administration today to
relax credit controls on home buy-'
ing to avert a "sharp slump" in i
the construction industry.
It said FHA ano GI home mort-j
gage applications in November
ran about 40 per cent below the;
previous year. It termed the do- i
cline "ominous" and said it could'
have "serious effects on the entire!
economy." I
The subcommittee, headed by!

Rep. Albert Rains (D-Ala.) recom recommended
mended recommended a return to the "no down down-payment"
payment" down-payment" on the purchase of GI
homes and lower down-payments
on the purchase of FHA insured
homes.
The group made its statements
in a report on a six-month investi investigation
gation investigation of housing trends.
The administration imposed stric stricter
ter stricter credit controls last July. It
raised the down-payment on GI
and FHA-insured homes and short short-acd
acd short-acd the repayment period from 30
to 25 years. On Jan. 17, it return

ed to the 30-year repayment per

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' A weijht chart is the best possible check on a trim figure in the
' nf artrt Perer Wood, who is also a TV star. Here, she

checks off her weight. She does this once a week fof comparison.

Here's the sixth of a seven-day
series on keeping your weight in
check with a "Square Meal
Diet," prepared by a consume; consume;-specialist
specialist consume;-specialist lor the National Dairy
Council. Today a TV slur tops
off the menu with her own exper experiences
iences experiences in keeping trim on three
square meals a day.

BY PEGGY WOOD
Star of TV's "Mama"
(Written for NEA Service)

MY ideas about food are very
definite. Even when I'm dieting,

I mist my food be interesfirg.

I'm a good cook and admit it.

I ve collected recipes for years

I vmAmr tf IhAm nnmA 4i'tYt VYitr

far north as Ventura, some -"' ;H '.

joy to talk food with Alfred Lunt,
who's both a (good ahd an, imagi imaginative
native imaginative COOk. ''
It was Alfred who .taught me
to ba,ste lamb with coffee that con-

i tains sugar and cream. Sounds

awful and tastes divine. And when

I make meatballs. I add a dash of

nutmea.

This is the sort of cooking that
appeals to me. So, even .when I'm

on a ciiei, I eat a aecent DreaK

miles from the Mexican border,

THE HARD WAY :.
LAFaYETTE, InJ. (UP) -Firemen
received the following ex

planation for the cause of a home
fire. Heat from an electric kitchen
range caused a plastic pot hook

above trie stove to melt. A pan
lid hanging from the hook
dropped on the stove. The pan

lid struck a frying ian -'full of
grease. The grease splattered on
the wall and caught fire.

dinner.

Actually, my dieting never is
very severe. I may want to lose

a pound or two a weeK over a
period of several weeks. But that's
about all.
When I am dieting, I make It
a rule riot to weigh every day.

BALBOA

Yhe story of a
TEEN-AGE H'llnDER I

THIS CODE FOR QUARRELING
CAN HOLD DOWN DAMAGE
: Couples don't have to agree all
the time in order to have a happy

marriage. But if they are going to' fast a g00rj unch, an interesting
A.. U 1 iU m.wUl (h ItKlllA kill

quarrel tucy uugiu iu auiue vj
a few gentlemanly rules.
One. Any quarrel should be con confined
fined confined to the incident that starts
it. Dragging old arguments, dis disagreements,
agreements, disagreements, and disappointments
into a new argument is what
leaves a bitter taste and a sense
of disillusionment.

Two.1 Trait i of character

shouldn't be attacked.. While you
mav get by with telling a man

you think he is making a mistake
in a certain instance you won't

get by with telling him he has

poor judgment ;

Three. Neither the husband nor

the wife should drag the other's

family into a quarrel. It isn't easy

to either forget or forgive unkind
things said about one's family
however true they may happen
to be. V :

Four. It is better to say exactly

what you mean than to use sar sarcasm.
casm. sarcasm. The sting of sarcasm lasts
much longer than plain and hon honestly
estly honestly angry reproaches.

Keep The Arguments Private
Five. A couple should never

quarrel before a third person. It

la IiaiUtl iu luisivc uaion nwui
that have been overheard by some-!
one else. .: i
Six. 'Neither husband nor wifei
should be ashamed to say, "I'm
sorry" and try to make up a quar-
rel. It doesn't matter who started j
it or who is in the wrong. The,

one who calms down nrsi snouiu
say,. "I'm sorry
Seven. This is, perhaps the most
important rule of all. Once it is
over, a quarrel should be put out
of the mind and never mentioned
again. It isn't quarreling that ruins
marriages but nursing grudges
afterwards.
Whether or not a quarrel clears
the air or leaves a lasting hurt
depends largely on whether or not
a couple follows these rules for
fair fighting.

Too many factors influence
weight for the scale to be a true

test from day to day. Mead, I

weigh once a weel: and mark

down my weight or. a chart

Each week, J cpmparfc mv. .weight
and when I've reached the. point
I insider, .desirably, my diet is

over. ,,- .. .. .. ..
That doesn't mean that I reach

for a box of chocolates. I never

do. It just means that I can al allow
low allow myself a calorie increase to a
certain point and no more.

BY AIRS, DOLORES I. ELLIOTtI
(Written for NEA Service) t
HERE'S the sixth day's menu

in your I4ui) c a i o r 1 c s a-1
daj "Square Meal Diet'': i
BREAKFAST j
Vj cu grapefmit juice
1 coddled egf,-- ' I

i thin Slice toast
: medium pat butter
cup who!" milk
LUNCH
Salad of 14 cup cottage cheese,
1 medium tomato
:1a thia slice toast ;
'.a medium pat butter fi ;
ft cup whole milk
2-3 cup berries
DINNER
Large serving Swiss steak Small
4-6 spears asoaragus
medium pat butter
H cup whole milk
Small bunch grapes ;
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FRIDAY, FFEFXAHY 13, 13:1

Balboa High Grabs 1st Place
In Pacific Tvi light League

-J PACIFIC TWILIGHT LEAGUE

1

! Second Half Standings
1 Team Won Lost
Balboa High School;,... 2 0
American Legion ...... 1 1
Lucky Strike ........... 01
Junior College . . ..... 0 1

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Young

Stronger Conference l!o!ds;
Dartmouth Upsets Columbia

FADING ART? In this day of the mechanical milker, old old-fashioned
fashioned old-fashioned hand milking may become a lost art. Anyway, to thinks
94.ytar.old Lincoln Gwin, of Hagerstown, Ind. Here he's dem demonstrating
onstrating demonstrating the "do-it-yourself" technique for his two-year-old
grandson Barry Locke, whose parents, Mr. and Mrs. Marvin
Locke look on. Gwin, in recent semiretirement; expects to cele celebrate
brate celebrate his 69th wedding anniversary Feb. 17.

Margarita league
The Police retained their slim
lead by splitting with second second-place
place second-place Elks. Tully of the Police
earned a tie lor high Class C
honors with a 509 series, split splitting
ting splitting with Stroop of Butler and
"Sui-j Unmi Vmrt t.n 1ft

Powells share that position with
them by, only taking one from
the Aces, who moved Into a tie

for lourtn piace. ...
Butler and Son and the Post
Office are sharing last place po position
sition position by.onlv taking, one from
Powells and Wright Bros, re respectively.
spectively. respectively. Hicks of Wright Bros,
took high Class B honors with a
545 series while Hoppe of the
Navy had high Class A series
with a 567 series.

STANDINGS
Won Lost
police 17 7
Elks .. 5 9
Navy 12 12
Powells 12 12
Aces ,.,.. 11 13
Wright Bros, .......... H 13,
Putler pnd Son ... ) 15
Post Office ,.'.". 5 15

Turner
VanPelt
Juskowskl

Hoppe

NAVY
. 149 182 167
i 172 180 128:
. 172 156 117
. 190 202 175

Ilal-rrthelr 174 153 109

' 857 873 756
13 13 13

Halllday
Bensen
Stone
Stilson
Spinney

870 888- "709'
' v v-'
' v-' ACES-'-'' "' -' :
. 157 ,133 176
.,211 194 149
. 181 108 143
. 194 182 168,
. 167 18 1?3

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48C
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567

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2386
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Thursday's Result

High School 6, Amer. Legion 1

Sunday's Game
Balboa stadium 2:q0 p.m.
Lucky Strike vs American Legion!
The Balboa High School nine
took over first place In the Twi-1

loop second half race last nlght(

defeating the American Legion
6 to 1 behind the brilliant pitch pitch-ins
ins pitch-ins of Wayne wall.

Wall, who hurled a no-hit no-

run game two weeks ago was

working; on anotner no mi no
run affair until Dick Johnson
hammered out a triple to right
center in the bottom of the sixth
Inning. Pechette followed John Johnson
son Johnson with a single to score the
Legionnaires only run.
Wall gave up one more hit a
single to Cortez in the seventh.

It was Wall's second win ana

he sent ten batters down on
strikes while eivine up five bas-l

es on balls. Jerry Johnson start

ed for the Legion giving; up

runs and seven hits m the lour

innings he worked. Roy Conrad
took over and -finished the
game..- '
Hieh School sewed up the

game In the third when they

batted around hammering out

six base hits good for six run?,
with Wall driving in two of the
runs with a long triple.

Danny Wlnklosky was ine
leading batter of the game col collecting
lecting collecting two singles In three trips
to the plate.
Sunday afternoon the Lucky

Strikers and the Legionnaires
meet at the Balboa 'Stadium at

2:00 n.m. Webb Hearne will pitch

for Lucky Strike and Charley
Hinz will go to the mound for

American Legion.
The box score:

By JOHN GRIFFIN
NEW YORK, Feb. 10 (UP) (UP)-.Easy
.Easy (UP)-.Easy triumphs In a .pair of
clutch games enabled high
ranked Duke and Brig ham,
Young to take stronger eads in
their conference races today,
but a startling upset left Co Columbia's
lumbia's Columbia's leadership of the Ivy
League in peril. I
Duke, ranked 10th nationally
by the United Press, board of
coaches, came through with a
handsome 74-59 triumph over

Virginia when a loss would

have meant being forced to
share the Atlantic coast Confer.

ence top spot with North Caro

lina. -. -.
And nth-ranked Brigham
Young emphatically turned
back Utah State' attempt to
seize first place n the Skyline
Conference, 92-62.
But Columbia, playing on Its
own court, was dealt a 7K?0 de
feat by Dartmouth that wiped.

National Distillers journey

Qualifying Starts Tomorrow

winner of the Queen City Tour Tournament
nament Tournament at Buffalo, N.Y., in De December,
cember, December, has a 12-$ record. St.

Francis, with a 18-fl mark, is the
nation's only major-college un unbeaten
beaten unbeaten team, outside of national

champion San Francisco.
Previously named to the
NJ.T. were Duquesne, Mr Mr-ouette.
ouette. Mr-ouette. Dayton and Seton HalL

In other leading games last
night: Houston ran its record to
ir-3 with an 82-70 conauest of

Bradley in the Missouri Valley!

Conference as seven-foot Don
Boldebuck tallied 17 points and
nabbed 18 rebounds and Jack:
Gower of Bradley scored 22; Ok Oklahoma
lahoma Oklahoma A. and M. trounced Ok Oklahoma,
lahoma, Oklahoma, 68-42, as Mack Carter
notched 21; Wichita rallied in
the last five minutes to beat
Drake, : 76-70, although Phil
Murrell had 22 for Duke; Darrell
Floyd of Furman appeared in
Madison Square Garden, but the
nation's No. 2 scorer was out out-shot
shot out-shot hv New York Vs To mDe-

out the Lions' vital "loss col j ua 39.32, as N.Y.U. won, 100-

umn" lead over secona-piact

Princeton. Columbia now has a
5-1 record to Princeton's 3-1, and
the door Is open for the Tigers
to gain ground by a win over
Harvard tonight. 1
Brigham Young's win gave the

Cougars a 6-1 league record, to

5-2 for second-place Utah and 5 5-3
3 5-3 for Utah State, which dropped
into the third spot
The National Invitation Tour,
nament added Xavler of Ohio
and St. Francis of Brooklyn to
Its field, making a total of six

teams now included for exactly;
half of the 12-team field. Xavier,1

85; Manhattan, kept its N.I.T.
hopes alive by nipping St. John's
(N.Y.), 83-81, on Jack Powers'
drive-in shot with six seconds

left: Georee Washington trounc,

ed Richmond, 103-84, in the
Southern Conference; and Seat

tle beat Idaho St., 84-67.
San Francisco seeks to ex extend
tend extend its record winning streak
to 44 fames tonight at the ex expense
pense expense of Fresno State. In an another
other another big- West Coast game,
U.C.L.A. will risk its perfect 6-
Pacific Coast Conference
record against Stanford, the
league's surprise team.

Atlantic Teenage League

STANDINGS

466
554
432
544
.532

Hieh School Ab R H Po A

Cicero, cf ......... 4 0 0 0 0

Scott, 3b ......... 3 1
Magee, If ........ 2 0
Washburn, rf l .' O
Rcves lb 3.11

. w

Teams
Buick ..
C.P.O. ..

Motta 3
M.R.A 0

Won Lost
.4 1

1 I

0 0

910 799 819 2528

Hamilton, lb 1 0

Hotz, c .....".... 3 1. 1 11
French rf 3 0 0 0

I Wlnklosky, ss .,, 3 1 2 0
iRyter, ss ........ 1 0 0 0
I Sutherland, 2b 3 ,1 1 2
Wall, p y 31, 1 1

American Legion

POWELLS
Bell . . 170 1 132
Wright, J. I 186 178" 171
Wright, c; ,. 135 196
Dougan . ; 179 153 198
Watson t 178 140 189
Eder . 153 193
' 848 756 947

BUTLER AND SON

Fortner
Cook
Tully
DeRaps
Martin

POLICE
, 155 162 189 506
. 132 168 128 ,"28
, 182 186 161 509
. 134 167 122 423
, 155 156 149 460
758 819 749 2328
10 10 10 30
769 829 759 2356
ELKS
. IS? 167 175 509

Rinehart, R. 176 162 88 426
Kraka V '. 166 162 162 -190

155 176 139 .470
175 145 143 463

Brooks ...

Tortorlcl ,
Stroop ,
Sanders . .'.
Wiklngstad :

Robinson

Kenway
Bartram

839 812 707 2358

150 154 .120
144 139 : 175
142 176 191
133 133' 120

153 129 169
722 731 775
746 765 795

202
535
33)
530
' 507
346
2551

424
, 458
' 519
451
2228
2303

Norton, ss 4 0 0 1
D. Johnson, c .... 3 1 1 7
Pechette, cf 3.0 1,2

Moody, lb ....... 3 0 0 10

McGlade. 3b ..... 1 0 0

Cucalon, rf .... .300
Long, 2b ..2 0 0
Cortez, If 10 1
J,, Johnson, p ... 10 0
Conrad, p ........ 2 0 0

Judge
DeVoll
Gibson
Brown
Hogan

Hicks
Sanker
Reccia
Butz r
Rudy

POST OFFICE
. .,134 139 175 448
. ,. 183 115 108 406

. . 146 135 160 441
. ; 158 156 159 473
. .177 181 161 519
798 726 763 2287
18 18 18 54
816 744 781 2341
WRIGHT BROS.
. . 167 227 151 545
. . 168 179 171 518
. . 151 157 139 447
. .138 159 155 452
. .183 181 170 534
807 903 788 2496

Score By Inning
High School 006 000 06 7 2
Amer. Legion 000 001 01 .3 3
Winning pitcher Wall (2-1).
T.osinr pitcher J. Johnson (1 (1-1).
1). (1-1). Struck out by Wall 10,
Conrad 3, Johnson 2. Bases on
balls Wall 5, Johnson 3, Con-

rad 1. Two base hits Hotz.

Three base hits Wall and D.
Johnson. Stolen bases Suth Sutherland,
erland, Sutherland, Scott, Magee, French,
Wlnklosky. Umpires Mohl nnd
Corrigan. Scorer Mead. Time
of game 2:30.

Bulck banked M.R.A. 12 to 0

Wednesday afternoon oenino ine
two-hit pitching of Geo, Trim-

Both teams played good call
until the last of the fourth frame
when M.R.A. fell apart and be

fore the smoke had cleared a a-wav.
wav. a-wav. Bulck had scored seven

runs.

Cabanollls started for M.R.A.,

beinff relieved by Hall when
Buick started their rally In the
fourth. McGloln pitched the
fifth frame. Trimble went the
route for his fourth win of the

season against one defeat, hold holding
ing holding M.R.A. hltless up to the fifth

when White and Ender came

through with singles into short

rieht field.

Resides pitching a good game,

Trimble helped his team to viC'
tory with three nits, one a dou

ble in the fourth with teammate
Pernigotti also getting a double

for the only extra base hits of

the game, :

The boxscore:

M&Ar- AB R

Marshall, 3b 3 0

White. 2b 3

McGl'n, ss-cf-p 2
Gibson, lb 2
Cabanlllos, p-ss 2

Enaer. c

Sanders, if
Mayo, cf-lf
Phillips, rf

Wood. rf.

Hall, p

Totals
BUICK

Will, w., cf
Will. J., rf

Pernigotti, ss
Trimble, p
Donahue, 3b
Palumbo, c
Sanders, lb'
Morland, 2b
Bowers, If

Totals

2

1
2
1'.
' 0
, 0
18
AB
4
3
3
5
4
1
2
3
2

HPO
0 2

2 15
HPO
1 0

7 15 1 1

27 12

SCORE BY INNINGS

M.R.A. 0 0 0 0 00
Buick 10 17 312

SUMMARY: Base on balls off
--Cabanlllos 8, Hall 4. McGloln

1, Trimble 2. Struckout by Ca Cabanlllos
banlllos Cabanlllos 5. Hall 1. McGloln 1

Trimble 9. 2-base hits Trimble.

Pernigotti. Umpires -Messer and

Johnson. Scorer F. Pinto,

HERE'S HONEST MAN
Milwaukee (NEA) Russ Witt Witt-bcrger,
bcrger, Witt-bcrger, former Marquette basket basketball
ball basketball star, has informed the school
the three-year scoring record at attributed
tributed attributed to him was 69 points in
excess of what it really was sup supposed
posed supposed to be.

Important U. S. Farm Group Leaves Panama

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ATLANTIC LITTLE LEAGUE

CO

' 'it Pi
i -.
- x'-' . --! i t''

(Standings, Feb. t)
. Won Lost GB
Coco Solo Braves t 0
PoHce PoZs 3 2 2Vt
Mutual of Omaha. ; 3 ,; 3 3
Coca Cola.. .. ..2 3 J'2
Coco Solito Cubs .. 2 4 4.
Pirates... I S 5
A second inning single by
George Cotton robbed Keith
Kenway of a no-hit no-run game
on Tuesday afternoon, when the
Coca Cola Cubs bowed to the
Polic Pal 8 to 0.

Larry Wilder, the losing twirl-

er had a three-hitter going nim nim-self.
self. nim-self. until the fifth when the

Pals put across six runs on five

hits. These included tnree oou
bles in a row by Carpenter, Ken
wav and Leon.

On one of the unest tnrows
seen in Little League ball this

year, Earl Orr pitched a perfect
strike from his left field spot to
throw out Larry Wilder at home,

and thus save a shutout for rus

team.-. :

SCORE BY INNINGS

Police Pals 000 0617 8
Coca Cola 000 000 0 1

The box score:
POLICE
Kleefklns, cf ,

Bialkowski, c

Kenway, p

Leon, ss ,,,,,,
Egger. 3b ..
Carpenter, 2b r ,, ,,
Karpinski, 2b., ,, ,,
Coffin, lb .,';..,

Deakins, rf
Cooper, rf.
Park, rf .,
Smith, If ,,

Orr, If

AB
.4
.3

3
3
2
3
0
3
1
1
0
2
0

0

Totals

., ..25 7 8

. Saturday marks the first day of
qualifying for the National Distil

lers Best-ball tournament at Sum Summit
mit Summit Hills Golf Club and from all
indications the turnout will be one
of the best in recent years. The
Summit course is in fine shape
and lots of work is going into the
marking of the course and getting
the greens in excellent condition.
All qualifyers are reminded that
they must pick a teammate from
the same club and must indicate
to the tournament committee their
intentions to qualify before they
start playing. Practice rounds will
be allowed anytime during the
week, and no greens fees will be
charged to players who plan to
compete in the tournament With
Summit being only a nine hole
course it is hoped that as many

as possible wul qualify during

the week to cut down the over

crowding of the course on the
week-ends. -''. ,.:.""-,

The $1.00 entrance fee per team'

(50 cents) per player will go to
cover the expense of a buffet
luncheon for all players and spec

tators at the conclusion of the

tournament. Plans are being made
to have a hole-in-one and driving

contest on the final day. Mr. Dilf-

er of the National Distillers nas
promised to have plenty of La

Venta cocktails and champagne

on hand for the ; presentation of

the prizes to the winners, runner-

up. and medalist for both me

men and the girls.

All teams will be placed in flights
according to their gross scores

and all flights but the champion

ship flight will use V the difference

in handicap during the match play

rounds. And the prizes for the low lower
er lower flights are going to be nearly

as nice as the prizes for the champ

ionshm flieht. Upsets will be fre

quent and the lowly underdog wiu

have his day during the course

of the five weeks of play. Any

prediction now would be .foolish

but during the weeks we may navt
Major Hoople look into his crystal

ball lor weekly winners.

See you at Summit Hills for the

years finest tournament.

NET STARS Four of the local tennis players who will com compete
pete compete in this year's Hotel El Panama Invitational Tennis Tennis-Tournament.
Tournament. Tennis-Tournament. They are Carlos Eleta, Donna Stuebe, Berta de
la .Guardla and Dick Eisenman. Approximately seven clubs
from Central America and C61ombia will send representatives
to compete in the tournament. j
Six Latin American Tennis Clubs
To Send Players To R. P. Tourney

On Wednesday afternoon the

Pirate, after dropping their
first five games suddenly erupt

ed with a 20-run, 11-hlt rampage

at tne expense of the Coco so solito
lito solito Cubs. --.,':

Batting stars of thedav in

cluded Tommy Drohan, Ed Hil

ly and Jack Hulka. of the Pi Pirates
rates Pirates and George Patton of the

Cubs who all had two base hits

apiece.

The Cubs used three tntchers

in their attempt to stop the
rampaging Pirates. Eljay Chris-

toph went the route for the win

ners and racked up his first win
of the season; v
The box score: "

PIRATES AB
Chin, If .. .. .. .. .. 2

Drohan. ss.. ,, ,, ,. 3

Hllty. cf .. .. 3

echeidegg, 3b. ,, .,4 2

Gcnsrcl PeinI Co.
To Sponsor Match
Play TcurnEmenl
The Gen: Paint Comp. wiU spons

or a match play golf tournament at
the Panama Golf Club with quali qualifying
fying qualifying rounds of eighteen holes
starting February 16 and lasting
thru February 26. s.
The General Paint tournamen
is a newcomer to the Panama
tournament schedule and the
sponsors have furnished beautiful
prizes for the winners of the
flights and the runner-ups.
- Players who wish to participate
must sien the tournament score

sheet BEFORE playing the round
which will count as their qualify qualifying
ing qualifying score. Plavers qualifying must

nlay in two. three or four ball

matches and at least two of the

players in the match must also

be qualifying for the tournament

Immediately following the close
of the qualifying rounds on Februa February
ry February 26 the pairings will be made
and posted and published in this
newspaper. Three-fourths handi handicaps
caps handicaps as of Feb. 15 will be allowed

in the match play rounds.

All match play rounds must be

completed within one week, and

the official starting time is a a.m.
Sunday morning in the event the

players cannot agree upon a mut mutual
ual mutual time or if they are unable to
contact each other. In the event
that the winner of the match Is not
posted by Sunday evening of the
final day for play, both players
will forfeit and be eliminated. Post-

ponemtns won't be permitted as

they delay tne entire tournament,
and all participants are urged to

play their matches within the at
loted period.

Several entries have been re received
ceived received by the Cabana Club of the
Hotel El Panama to participate
in the Invitational tennis Tourna Tournament
ment Tournament beginning February 22 to 26.
Six tennis clubs from El Salva Salvador,
dor, Salvador, Costa Rica, Honduras, Gua Guatemala
temala Guatemala and Colombia have alrea already
dy already sent their applications for this
tournament which will also include
the top players from Panama and
the Canal Zone,
This local tournament will be
followed by an international ama amateur
teur amateur tennis tournament with the

highest ranking amateur tennis
stars from the U.S., Mexico, Cu Cuba,
ba, Cuba, Chile and Australia.

ihe Invitational Tennis Tourna

ment-organized by the Cabana

Club is open to all tennis players

in the isthmus as well as clubs m

Central America, the northern
part of South America and the

Caribbean.

Interested parties may secure

the necessary entrance blanks at

the Hotels Cabana and Tennis
Club, and they must be filled out

and sent in not later than t ea. 19

at 6:00 p.m.

i.no mviiaiiuiKu tenuis .tourna .tournament
ment .tournament will include men's singles
and doubles, as well as mixed
doubles. All matches will be play played
ed played on the basis of the best two
out of three sets.
The winner of last year's men's
singles championship was M a j.
Hayes, of the Canal Zone. He de defeated
feated defeated Webb Hearne in the fin-

'I1 ll O nVAAKAm ll!ll !.I..J. L I

turn matches by the top local piav piav-ers
ers piav-ers as well as those from clubs
oufs-de Panama. v

Dons Loaded With

Size And Seniors

SAN FRANCISCO (NEA) San

Francisco University has four
players on its varsity basketball

roster under six teet, with war
ren Baxter, 5-8, the smallest.

But the all-winning Dons also

have seven members over 6-3,
with Bill Russell, 6-10, Mike

Farmer, 6-7, and Mike Preasau,

6-5, the big boys.

Harold Perry, Russell and K.

C. Jones, the top starters, all are

seniors.

TOUCH TO STOP

Columbia, S. C. (NEA) In
the first 15 games this season,

South Carolina University s Ura

dy Wallace was held below 20

points only three times.

Eisenhower Plans

To Resume Playing

Golf Again Scon

WASHINGTON, Feb. 10 (UP)-"
President Eisenhower, mending
from his Sept. 24 heart attack,
revealed today that he hopes to
be playing golf again soon.
lie disclosed his hopes in a let letter
ter letter thanking Mr. and Mrs. Pies
R. Swan of Flint, Mich., for an
elaborate golf bag they made
for him. Labor Secretary James
P. Mitchell delivered the bag to
the White House. -- ..
"I hope to have an opportunity
to use it," the President wrote.
"And when I do I am sure it
will bring me luck."
So far the Presidents golfing
activity has been confined to a
few easy chip shots.
The bag is made of h e a v y
leather and fashioned after the
Washington Monument. It is a a-domed
domed a-domed with pictures of the Ca.

pitol, the Lincoln Memsria 1,
Tomb of the Unknown Soldier;
aad White House, plus the names
of all presidents and members ot ;
the Eisenhower Cabinet. -'
Swan and his wife spent 20O
hours workihg on the bas. The
President's next oppportunity to
play golf will be next week when
he visits the Thomasvilfe, Ga.,
e s t a t e of Treasury -Secretarjs
George M. Humphrey. 0- .

Will, rf,

Hirschfeld, lb.

Chrlstoph, L. J., p

Hulka, c .. ..
Hickey, 2b
Christoph, L., 2b .. .,...'
Murray, rf . , . ,
Ebdon, lb ,. i, .. .. ..

R
2
2
4
2
0
2
3
1
1
1
1
1

Totals

r t

.24 20 11

COCO SOLITO CUBS AB R

Vlllamarzo. cf .. .. .. 3 0

Kllzey," sR-3b .. .. .. 1
Ouinn. 3b-o ,. 3
Camaeho, c .. .. ,. 1
Luoo. 2h-p-ss.. ,, ,, 2
TeisTiadler, lb, 2
Patton. If .. .. .. .. .. 3

.J

Photographed prior to their departure for Lima on Panama's "EI Pacifico' was the import-

'T gruup .eu oy jay uouia, noted radio announcer. This group was made up
f t members of 19 states and are making a goodwill tour of South America with Panama as their
. pt stop. irm Tocumen they will fly to Lima, Santiago, Buenos Aires, Montevideo and Rio,
iierejhey will see among other things, the important "estancias" of Arnentine. and Louis

""""11 t!AMTiiin-niai larni near au raulo.

COCA COLA

Rankin. ss-2b

Hutchinson, ss

Sanders, 2b.
Wilder, L., p

Cotton, c

Cronan, If

Taberr cf

Burns, cf .. ..
Wilder, D., lb
Dockery, B., 3b
Dockery, P., 3b
Stohrer, rf.. ...
Crouch, rf. ..

AB

3
1
2
3
3

2

R
0
0
0
0
0
0

0 0

0
0
0
0
0

Davenport, rf

ahey.2b..

Jodlce, rf

. a .

.19 r 5

Totals .. ;.

- SCORE BY tvktnps
Pirates ; 1 21 11
Cubs 322 00 7 5

(''Tcrio)

Totals

..21 0

H
0
0
0
0
1
0
.0
0
0

0 SVrt Wavne. Tnd. (NEA) You

0'pet an idea of the height in 'he

0 National Basketball Association

Ojwhcn ', yo look at the For Wayne
Tiitons. Seven of the 10 men on

1 I tha club are 6-5 or over.

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VZ PANAMA AMrr.IfAX AN INStmTrST DATI.T NntiTArnt

f

criitesii wsmini uwB versity of Panama, was e!ertcd
Lists Cmirg Events 'Vice-President of the Pan Amer-
A -full schedule of events has ican Association of Ophthalmology!
been planned and released by the at the fifth Pan-American Congress
Cristobal Woman's Club. 1 of Ophthalmology held recently in
- On Feb. 14 there will be a lunoh-, Santiago, Chile."
on at the hotel El Panama with :
f members of the visiting General Prtrsons ltv ;
.' Federation of Woman's Clubs. For Jamaica
' All; members have been invited! The Yen. and Mrs. Mainert J.:
and asked to make reservations Peterson left early this week for
; with Beth Grady (3-1435) or Rose- Jamaica where f ather Peterson
I inary Wilder (3-2925). i will take part in the preaching of:
Three members of the Cristobal j various missions by Episcopalian!
'. Club, Mrs. J. Findley Meehan, clergy from different, parts of the
Mrs. Leo Donahue and Mrs. John; world. The missions are beinK
f L. Sugar, all of Margarita, will ; held in connection with the en-:
represent the organization at the jthronement of the Rt. Rev. Perci Perci-;
; Perci-; Conference of the General Federa-i val W. Gibson as Lord Bishop of
' tion of Woman' Clubs In San Jo- Jamaica. I
J se, Costa' Rica, Feb. 15 and 16. I
I As Past President, Mrs. Meehan YMCA USO Lists ;
will be. the voting member. Scritt Of Films
On Feb. 20 a cancer film will I A series of motion pictures on'

be shown at the Red Cross Lounge i the life of St. Paul will be shown

in Ne Cristobal

A silver tea will be held in
March and a fashion show of hand
made clothes has been scheduled
for April 21..
Members of the nominating

committee now have been named.

They are: Mrs.

Past President;

George

Mrs. S.

for six successive Thursday even evenings
ings evenings at the Balboa YMCA-L'SO bc

ginning Feb. lb at 7:30.
The weekly series will include
the Stoning of Stephen, Paul's Con Conversion,
version, Conversion, his return to Rome, his'

first, second and third missionary

member at large, and Mrs. A.

L. Wilder, board member.
Gatun Church Laditi
To Sarva Chicken Chaw Main
As Benefit
: The : ladie'g Auxiliary of the
Gatun Union Church have asked
the support of the public for a
chicken chow mein supper in the
basement of their church.
This is to be held on Tuesday,
Feb. 21 with two separate seat seat-ings,
ings, seat-ings, the first at 5 p.m. and the
second at 8:30.
Tickets may be purchased from
any auxiliary member or at the
. door.
Rice ; and crispy noodles of
course accompany the chow
mein along with rolls, dessert, and
tea or coffee.
Price of an adult ticket is $1.00
and children under 12, 50 cents.

R o t h. journeys, Trial at Jerusalem and

Kidd, voyage to nome

These pictures are under the

direction of the Spiritual Empha Emphasis
sis Emphasis Committee of the YMCA, the
Chairman of which is Chaplain
Robert Herndon, U.S.A. of Ft.
Clayton.
TU i. fA Ia nil ItrllA ll'ichf

X 41C allies 19 II IV bu uw nwii
to attend.

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Miss Ha matt Ta Civa
Charm Course At JWB-USO
A "Charm Course" under the
direction of Miss Ivy Harnett for
enlisted wives will begin at the
USO-JWB Armed Forces Service
Center ori Tuesday, Feb. 21 at
. 8:30 a.m. The scries of four meet meetings
ings meetings will be held on Tuesdays,
! Feb, 21 and 28, and on Thursdays,
Feb. 23 and March 1,
j Miss Harnett, who is well known
f on "the Isthmus for her dance

instruction as a member of the

Harnett and Dunn Dance Studio,

also director of her own Charm

.JiX Panama.. She has studied with
" ., f-. i .i

well Known v-narm ocnooi experts
in the Unilbd States anr for the
series of four classes to be of offered
fered offered -at the USO-JWB Club, she
will offer an. especially, designed
course.' 1 :
' The "Charm Course" will in include
clude include exercise classes, talks on the
importance of diet, care of skin
and hair, body angle positions,
a lesson in Mambo and discussion
of personality and fashion.
Registration, which is limited to
ten p r s o n i, will close next
Wednesday. For further informa information
tion information and registration, call Balboa
107?.

Dr, Benjamin Bayd
Honored At Congress
Dr. Benjamin F. Boyd, profes profes-or
or profes-or of ophthalmology at the Uni-

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PAINTING VERSUS REALITY IN MIAMI BEACH The lovely Queen of Hotel El Panama's
Carnival for 1956, Liz Suazo, poses before water color painted by the artist Carl Folke
Sahleen of the dance of the tamborito of Pan ama. Though the artist captures the move movement
ment movement and elan of the dance Itself, his rendering of costumes was overshadowed when Miss
Suazo posed at the Miami Beach Art Center la her lovely and authentic. pollera. Queen Liz
will be crowned in the patio of Hotel El Panama at a gala ball Saturday, evening.

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PORTLAND. Me. -(UP)- Mr.
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two trash' cans one inscribed
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Don't give underarm odor a
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' COROIIATIO'I of QUEEII LIZ I
TOMORROW SATURDAY

First big night of our 4-lay fiesta! 1..
Be sure to see the crowning of the Queen at 10:30 p.m.
'..I'.'.'.'..'.', and dance at her exciting coronation ball.
Dancing from 9 p.m. in the patio all four nights of Carnival,
THREE ORCHESTRAS for CONTINUOUS MUSIC
,, .SUNPAY; Pollera Nifrht see the beautiful, fascinating parade
, ., of Panama's national dress ... dance to Ray native rhythms!
MAKE YOUR TABLE RESERVATION'S NOW Call Mat 3 1660

WIN A GENERAL ELECTRIC TV SET
t (Distributors: Guardla & Cia.) v
BY BUYING TICKETS for the 4 NIGHTS IN ADVANCE, YOU RECEIVE
, A TICKET ON THIS TV SET. To be raffled Monday

BE A PART OF CARNIVAL EVERY NIGHT
i '. .Admission
SATURDAY! Coronation $2.50
SUNDAY: Pollera Night 2.50
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f Jose Maria "Chema" Quintero's entry of Maria
-Stuardo and Lexden looms a sure thing to be the
; Jieavy mutuels favorite to cop tomorrow's featured
500 six and a half furlong sprint for Class D im imported
ported imported thoroughbreds at the Juan Franco race track.

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4ayolf during which he was treated
tor a leg ailment, shapes up as the
. layoff during he was treated for

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tNo. 1 contender for the entry. Mrs.
tLply de Lazzarin's British star is

reportedly turning in good work

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crack. He will be ridden by bias
Aguirre who seems to be back on
-.the beam after months of slump-

"tog.
Maria Stuardo is fresh
an impressive victory last

hi which she scored going away
J frprn a good field that included
I Wie highly rated Tony. Chilean
f saddle ace Fernando Alvarez, who

will guide stablematc Lexden m m-der
der m-der the feather of 99 pounds,
. Chivilinco. a confirmed in-and

outer, could be up to his surprise
tricks here. The distance and con

ditions are just right for him to

return to life. Alejandro Ycaza will

be in the saddle.
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appears to have too big a handi handicap
cap handicap because of the six and a half
furlong distance. However, this

slow-starting son of Quemarropa-

from! Bahama could also get going ear

wecklly enough to register an upset.

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complete the card including a $500
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Spur Cola .. 4

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JQuintero i hope. Andres uonzaies ie Ui.no.

Juan Franco Graded Entries

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1st Race "V

Jockey WSU COMMENT

ODDS

Imported 6!i Fgs.Purse $375 Fool Closes 12:13
iRST RACE OF THE DOUBLE

"1 Lot O Trouble B. Aguirre 110 For your pocket too 8-1
5 'iurf Lodge K. uomez liu Nothing recently lu-i
3 D. Duchess S. Carvajal UUx Wm nbiit it out z-i
4 Ci. Wonuer A. vasquez 118 -Good recent races 31
5 Gonzaga J. Jimenez lODx Lacks eany speed 4-1
6 Tom Collins A. Ycaza 118 Could get up here 8-1
7 Maruja F. Alvarez 115 Dangerous contender 2-1
8 Yosikito F. Oodoy 115x Couid score at price 5-1
9 S. Windsor A. Credldio 97x Ligtit weight may nelp 15-1
10 Tempestad A. Mena ft. luax Bad trailer in last 20-1

FOIR ACES proved to be as powerful In the Fort Gulick Women's Bowling league as
surely they are at the poker tables of Las Vegas. Covered down behind their individual tro trophies
phies trophies are, left to right Mrs. Verna Chadd, Mrs. Arlene Dials, Mrs.. Julia Glogovcsan and Mrs.
Tlpa Ramos, winners of the 10 week women's league at Fort Gulick. Finlshine two-three' bp-
hind the "Four Aces", were the "Dew Drops" an 1 the "Four Good Sports

College Cage Scores

2nd Race "H-2" Imported 1 Fgs.Purse $400
2AO RACE O' THE UULfBLE

1 Vedette A. Gonzales 103xNice effort in last
2 Wtute Apron F. Alvarez 110 uepenus ou siari
3 Coroneimo H. Ruiz luo Uoesnt seem nicely'
4 Kensington, A. Vasquez 110 tiaru ugnt.on nanus
5 Kiscai B.1 Aguirre 115 could latce it au

Pool Closes 1:15

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(Wednesday Night)
EAST

West Virginia 76. Fenn State 73

Temple 88, Bucknell 50.
Holy Cross 100, Syracuse 85.
Army 84, Lehigh 54.
Villanova 89, Pennsylvania 74.
Gettysburg 100, Muhlenberg 94.
Duquesne 9, Carnegil Tech 59.

MIDWEST
Marquette 90, Michigan State 81.
Xavier (O.) 79, Cincinnati 72.
Toledo 73,. Bowling Green 60.
Washington (St. L.) 65, Southern
111. 62.
DePauw 86, St. Josephs find.) 70.

Valparaiso 72, Indiana State 63.

St. Vincent (Pa.) 81, Frostburg Concordia 93, Grace Seminary 85.

xoungstown 76, Akron 74.
John Carroll 100, Kent State 85.
Mt. Union 70, Ohio Wesleyan 59.
Capital 104, Denison 97.

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3rd Race "F" Natives 1 Fgs. Purse $275
uNE 1WU

Pool Closes 1:45

1 Uyuyuy R. Gomez 113 Plenty early foot
2 baguad M. iiuney 114 oisiance iu iikiiij
3 Conege Girl -V. Oodoy lllx woining recenuy
4 Folleuw A. Gonzaies loax vvui tnt it out
fi Fuego 1;. Gutierrez 104x Despite weak rider
6 Arranquin A. Ycaza 108 Dangerous conieiiuer
7 Regia R. Gamero 113 Distance handicaps

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4th Race "E" Natives 6V3 Fgs. Purse $275
Ui-INIELA

Pool Closes 2:20

1 Rlna Rol
2 Avispa
3 lKa
4 Radical
5 Don Jaime

B. Aguirre 113 Runs well foi rider
U. uunis lua must 'go back uown
E. Ortega loo Waitin for "go ahead"
F. Hidalgo 108 fastest in eany &iagcs
G. Iviouitio luux inoi against tuest

6Sherry Time A. uredicilo KVx-vvomu pay lat odds
7 (Joe V. brown 113 Racing to best form
8 (Curazalefla J. Avlla lib waies good cnance 100

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(Md.) 64

Scranton 80, Upsala 71.
Lycoming 67, Lincoln (Pa.)

gics 58.

4-11 Siena 65, Adelphi 56.
' M'Middlebury 73, Clarkson 66.
lu-l.Brandeis 90. Boston Colleue 62.

Alfred Tech 73, Geneseo 48.
Amherst 79, Rensselaer 38.
Springfield (Mass.) 74, Williams
63.
Maine 92. New Hampshire 84.

American lntl, 99, Clark (Mass.) Colorado St. 71 Montana St, 67.
Union (N.Y.) 73 Wesleyan 67. w' 76' Los Angeles Loyola
Boston Univ 53, Tufts 52. I .

Assumption (Mass.) 84, Merrimack

72.

New Britain 89, New Haven Tchrs

80.
Brockport (N.Y.) 81,; Oswego 64.
St. Francis (Bkn.) 84, Bridgeport

477.

Hamilton 71, Rochester Univ. 69.
Hunter 72, CCNY 70.
Geneva 101, Slippery Rock,59,
Seton Hall 105, Iona 87.
Maryland State 86, Kings (Pa.) 79.
Northeastern 57. Suffolk 53.

Stevens Tech 69, Brooklyn Poly 45

Bloomfield 90, Trenton Tchrs. 7L

5Ui Race "H" Natives 6 Fgs. Purse $275 Pool Closes 2:55

1 Okiland A.Ycaza 118 Weights handicap
2 Proton F, Oodoy llix Uiua nang on here
3 Consentida A. Vasquez ijiu Dangerous tins time
4 Piropo M. Zebanos 113 Usuauy close up
5 Golaen Pick J. inuUps 1 16 Long overdue
6 Malaya B. Aguirre 110 -Kiuer-could i,elp
7 'lap Lady A. Gonzaies ltwx Heturns irom layoff

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Millikin 101, N. Cent. HI. 80.
Coll. of Emporia 88, Baker (Kan.)
78.
Bethany (Kan.) 91, McPherson 60.
FAR WEST

Juan Franco Tips
By CONRADO

1 Golden Wonder Maruja
2 Kensington Wh'te Apron

6th Race "H-l" Imported 7 Fgs. Purse $400 Pool Closes 3 35
mr racl. of the double
1 Joe's Flddllne A. Ycaza 113 -Earlv

2 Salustio a. Credldio lOux-Wiil fignt it oui

j verucoraia R. Gamero 1 10 i'lsiance snouiu help
4 Matruh H. Ruiz 108 -Always dangerous
6 Beduino H. Reyes 108 wotning recently
6- M. Slipper E. Ortega 104 -Ran well in last
7 Hurlecano V. Castiiio 113 Dangerous contender

SOUTH

Virginia Tech 64, Virginia Military

56.
Georgia 91, Mercer 79.
Stetson 91. Miami (Fla.) 84.

Washington (Md ) 65, Baltimore U.

63.
Appalachian 85. Elon 69.
Wofford 78. Newberry 51

Belmont Abbey 83, Pfeiffer (NC.)

72.
East Carolina 92, Catawba 72.
Transylvania 56, Bellarmine 49
Southwestern (Tenn.) 110, Chat Chattanooga
tanooga Chattanooga 78.
Georgetown (D.C.) 86, Mt. St, Ma Mary's
ry's Mary's 83.
Navv 81. Pitt P4.

Kentucky Wesleyan 103, Regis '93.

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7th Race "E" Imported 1 Mile Purse $550
2ND RACE OF THE DOUBLE

Pool Closes 4:05

1 Onda Real F. Alvarez 108 -Rider will help
2 Fenlx A. Ycaza 108 Good early speed
3 Febrero II R. Gomez 110 Ran well in return
4 Supper Girl H. Ruiz 113 -Last was revealing
5 Posilnovich F. Godoy 109x Rates chance here
6 Grev Juan A. Vasquez 110 Return" improved
lJ?"yJ Carv?Jal H2xDisappointed in last
8 Clprodal B. Aguirre 108 -Could get up here'

la-iiHampden-Sydney 72, Lynchburg P8.

Richmond Pros 76. Virginia Medic Medical
al Medical 47.
Erskine 95, Coll. of Charleston (S. (S.-C.)
C.) (S.-C.) 73.
Miss. Southern 66, Delta State 51.
Piedmont 91, Pikesville 77.

3-Bagdad

4 Joe (e)
5 Okiland

6 Matruh
7 Supper Girl
8 Don Brig Mo
9 King
10 Lifeboat
11 Melendcz

Folletito

Itina Roi
Golden Pick
Hurlecano
Ciprodal
t Naranjazo
Fellac
Maria Stuardo
Te Gano

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Spur Cola 5, Seymour Agency

In a thrilling game yesterday
afternoon the Spur Cola team'
climbed to witnm one game of j

the league leading Police Dy
nosing out Seymour Agency by
a score of five to lour.

Seymour started off in earnest,
when Carlson, first hitter open-j
ed with a triple and came into
score when Spur's shortstop
committed a fniscue. Tnis was;
all the scoring allowed by Spurs
pitcher RybicKi until the top ofj
the last inning when the seji
mour lads triea valiantly to pul
the game out of the fire.
Cailson again led off with a

single, went 10 second on an ei ei-ror
ror ei-ror by the first baseman and
advanced to third on a pasci;

ball. K. Anderson popped up to

the first baseman, Boatwrlght

followed with a single scoring

Carlson, Huddleston grounded
out third to first witn Boat-

wright taking second on the
play, Dubbs, the star at bat for

Seymour with tnree .ior inree,
came through with a double
scoring BoaLwrient. Duobs tne 1

came into score, alter stealing

third, on a slnele bv Barty Ma-

lory. Moses batted next and lac laced
ed laced out a singlej however with

two runners on base and trail

ing by one run K. Pearl ground grounded
ed grounded out to the first baseman end ending
ing ending the rally and the ball game.

All of spur cola's runs were

scored In the first two innings.
A hit, an error and a passed ball
allowed Albritton to advance to

third, and scored on a single by

Zelnick, in the second inning
Whitney, leading off was hit by
a pitched ball, went to secoi.d

on a wild pitcn, perantie arew a
base on balls, and successive

singles, after Bradshaw and

Mounts had struck out, by Bow-

an, Albritton and Chase permit

ted four big runs to score.

For the losers Freddy Huodie.

ston-went the distance, giving

up five runs on five hits, walk
ins one and striking out seven

F. Rvbickl won the ball came for

the soft drink laos allowing jour
rups. on nine hits,, striking 'out

lour ano aid not anow a ruuiier

to reach first base via walks,

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Phil RolUns
HOT SHOT Phil Rollins
'gives Louisville's surprise auin-

tet a hot scoring hand. The 6-2

senior broke his hand against
Notre Dame, but is expected to

regain his peak by tournament

time. Tops for the year so far
was his 37 against Western Kentucky,

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SOUTHWEST
Rice 89, Texas Christian 72..
Hardin-Simmons 71, Arizona 63.
Lincoln (Mo.) 68, Philander Smith
45.

8th Race "C-D" Natives 7 Fgs. Purse $325
QL'INIELA

1 Rablblanco B. Baeza 97x Depends on start
2 El Pasha M. Guerrero 103 Poor recent races
3 Don Brlgido H. Ruiz 106 -Classic race indicates
4 Naraniazo B. Asuirre 117 SrnrrH uto

A. Gonzales 117xReturns f
A. Mena R 1 4vRacing to gld form
S. Carvajal 3x-Could make it here
V. Brown lllx-Dangerous contender

Pool Closes 4:40

TOUGH CHIN

6 Metto

6 JuUe
7 Valaria
8 Montero

New York (NEA) Rocky Mar-

ciano has been off his feet only

5-1 twice in heavyweight title bouts;

, against joe waicott and Arcme
EVEN Moore.

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8th Race 'G" Imported 6"j Fgs.Purse $450
ONE TWO

1 D. Club
2 Fellac
3 C. prince
4 Amat
5 King

6 Ponton
7 E. Magic
8Dixlprincess
9 Lazy Erook

Pool Closes 5:15

Bethlehem. Pa. (NEA) Lehigh
and Lafayette University baseball
teams have played 183 games since
1885.

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Seymour Arencf Ab R H

Carlson rf ." 3 2 2

Anderson, K. 2b 3 O
Boatwrlght ss 3 1
Huddleston d .......... 3 0

Dubbs c 3
Anderson, C. lb 2
Mallory lb 1
Corrigan, C. If 1
Moses If 2
Pearl, K. 3b ... 3
Brockman cf ......... 2

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Calleja x 0 0

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x-Ran for Mallory In Cth.
Spur. Cola

Bowan 3b 3 1

Albritton cf 3
Chase ss 3
Zelnick lb" 3
Rybickl, F. p 2

Whitney c 1
Perantie 2b 1

Bradshaw, C. rf 2

Feeney, G. If 0
Mounts If 2
Feeney, D. rf 0

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ELKS LODGE 1542 CRISTOBAL TROPHY Winners of the
girls 12-year-old free style 50-yard event. First,' Carolyn
Holmes; 2nd, Danielle Harned; 3rd, Judy Felps. The competi competition
tion competition In this event was keen In last year's annual Gamboa
Civic Council Swim Meet.

A. Credldio 103x -Could surprise
B. Aguirre 113 Back in best form
V, Rodriguez 10xDoesn't seem likely
, O. Chanis 106 -Distance to liking
. F. Alvarez 118 Anntw .
V. Castillo 110 IfiSck hZ VV
a rarvoi -Saclt in top form

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lOth Race "D" Imported 6',j Fgs.Purse $600

Pool Closes 5:40

1 Lifeboat
2 Chivilingo
3 Vulcanizado

4-lLexden A. Gonzales 99xCould helo Mtrvm.tr
fi m .c.tai.rfn ip ... ueiP entrymate

B. Aguirre 118 -Returns in shape

"., ''-'" ""i Jittiii 11 nut

J. Jimenez 105xprefers more di t

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F. Alvarez 115 -Last was revealing

Uth Rre?recJkr Imp.'T Fgs.'

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1 Opulento

2 Brisk
3 Heritor'
4 Te Gano
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Aguirre 115

m AVSi?Z Y -Could score at Price
M. Hurley 113 -Makes debut here

v. uun;d 11.) (as hlL'll rat np

vcrgara 114 -Seems okav now
Vasquez 115 Miouid make it here

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H!S BOYJiarry Craft, left, j
-and -.Mickey Mantl get- to-
pether at a banquet in Joplin, i
Mo. The Yankees' star broke i
in under Craft with Indepen-
dpnee of the Class D Kansas-
Okl.ihoma-Missouri Leamie in i
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The men's underwear department takes over the Garden
tomorrow night with the tradition-entwined Miilrose games of offering
fering offering a miiitaryspecialty line, in addition to the conventional

Inasmuch as a sizable part of our Olympic strength thli
year is expected to come from the armed forces, it follows that
the short-pants set are rather eager to see for themselves how
the transient warriors are making out.
Up to now, not too well. Take Lt. Wes Santee of' the Mar Marines.
ines. Marines. Last week he was a well beaten fourth to a 4:06.3 mil
clocked in Boston. But just before he matriculated as a
Leatherneck he missed a four-minute mile by only flve-tenthi
of a second.
Ihe. exPer,t (obviously a wasteful lot) say you can throw
,o? J0? mile out because the lieutenant (1) had a bad leg
it,. n V-run ln a montn and (3) is mentally harrassed by
AAUs continuing examination of his swindle sheets.
OK. But how about the other headliners? Navy Lt. Jack
Davis, for example. Scarcely anyone thinks he will be able to
beat newcomer Lee Calhoun of North Carolina In the hirh
hurdles tomorrow night. Yet in the '52 Olympics Je was tood
enough, to extend the marvelous Harrison Dillard to the limit.
i.. 4u rce ,L,t-.fames Lea and Arn,y Pvt. Louis Jones both
broke the world 400-meter record at the Pan-American f amei
last year., But who's the pick in the Mel Sheppard 600? Villa Villa-nova's
nova's Villa-nova's Charley Jenkins.
tLWeare J?ul'Posed o be emphasizing athletics for service service-m2i
m2i service-m2i nn th"J is 1,0 suPPrtin bout it. Lt. Gen. Em-
mett ODonneli, a distinguished West Point sports competitor,
at UuTume said' "P 0Iympic Proram months ajo, and
can ilI"y gin try deTeh the best men
,ny of endowing the program with realism, Congress,
prompted by the -Defense Department, acted to: to:-n
n to:-n IVf Auth,orlze each service to permit its personnel to train
fHh, W Palpate in the games of the 16th Olympiad
LS coSitlSns me5' thCr apPrVed internatinal na:
rfHn2J B,i'A,Util0rlze the expenditure of not more than $800,000
during each four-year period for the participation of members
of the services In the activities covered by the act." HiemDers

GIVE IT EVERYTHING

u.say not he as elaborate or all-conclusive as the wider
criticized Russian program, which from all accounts devS
Yankees and Dodgers spoonfeed professional baseball talents
but the bas1C philosophy Is about the same, and the protesS
amateur purists are not without justification. protesting
i-twithsta.nd,in5. the ?ncial booster shot' "one of the serv services
ices services has reported discovering any rinf-tailed phenom, and m
performances attest, practically all the name athlete? h in T lost
the peak touch they brought with them.
nrorr't K,ymPici monihs away and Gen- O'Donnell's
program may be much more advanced than any of us know.
SSOTf It ,,kC l0 ma.ke' As ,on as the military has del
cided this is the way to play it, let there be no half measures
pulled punches or times out for tea; measures,
. JLO'?0nneU finds himself in a spot, let him call on Ford
or G M. Mass production of athletes shouldn't be much differ,
ent from mass production of cars. . but first, of course th
IZtVr t0 WaSh WS handS ttSSS,
MASS PRODUCTION
In a more serious vein, whether the program falls or afanrf.
depends largely on the degree of cooperation O'DonnelMs TablS
to command from his fellow officers. wonney is able
Many of our Olympic prospects seem to disannear ini.i
ly once they are inducted, and there hv been "?fiiS?iSS
an athlete was plainly discriminated against, became he haD!
pened to be fairly well known. ne nap.
J1,8 Program is new stuff for the military. To make it
work, time and outy schedules presumably have had to be n"
erally revised. A lOQ-yard sprinter must have Ws beauty rest
and a balanced diet, however, unimportant such ttlS mw bt
to an infantry man moving into battle. K may n
, In getting ready for the Russians, O'Donnell ha his nrnh
lem. Let us hope they never get more serious than this.

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Homestretch Drive With
5-4 Win Over Spur Cola
By J. J. HARRISON JR.
rulminnHnn what has been described as the "most

fantastic and dramatic finish in the 11 -year history of
the Panama Pro League," the Chesterfield Smokers
edged the Spur Cola Sodamen 5 to 4 last night to be become
come become champions of the 1955-56 season before a frenzied,
screaming crowd estimated at 1 1,000,
Chesterfield had split a doubleheader with Spur.
Cola Monday to keep one game behind the Sodamen who
had led all season, and the Smokers beat Spur Cola a a-aain
aain a-aain Wednesday to tie. up the league and make last
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night s sudden-death piayorr
Humberto Robinson, who gain gained
ed gained credit for the win, went seven
and two-third Innings to make
his season record 7-5. He was re relieved
lieved relieved in the eighth bv pon El Elston,
ston, Elston, who held the losers score
less the rest oi tne way
?"c 1",L,.-.1 j oH
rrnrd even. He Rave p .mreo
three bases on balls and
thrP. runx in one and two-third,
f i-i met jprrv Davie ana Jim
Tugerson followed Clarke in
that order.
Robinson was given a one one-run
run one-run lead in the first Inning on
a walk to Manito Bernard and
a triple by Danny Schell. He
retired the side Is order In the
bottom of the first and got a
comfortable 3-to-O cushion
when the Smokers tallied twice
In the second.
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I K of BCl de rPaVri,l
who arrived late to the park be because
cause because of the death of his father,
waixea, out w vu v.".
Eugenlo Houradeau was safe on,
walked, but was out Biennis'
Herman Chanes; error ana ituu-
insnn walked. Bernard's single
scored Houradeau from second
and Robinson moved to third
and came home on Schell's two-
Thls'was all for Clarke as Da Da-vie
vie Da-vie took .over and got the side
out,
, Bases-emptv homers by Rei Rei-"naldo
"naldo Rei-"naldo Grenald atid Hector Lopez
in the second and fourth Innings
Mmrari RnMnmPTi rlose but
two more markers by the Smok
ers in the fifth' made the score
5 to 2. The tallies came on Par Parris'
ris' Parris' homer, Houradeau's .double,
and Bernard's, single.,
Robinson kept mowing down
opposing hitters until the 8th
when the Sodamen scored
. twice and threatened to break
, the game wide open.
v John. uienn. jeauinn o i,
Houradeau's
raafhpll hnsP nn
mlscue and was forced by
Charles. Lopez fanned for the
second straight time but Leon
Kellman singled and got to
PANAMA
Teams

Chesterfield 22 15 .595'
Spur Cola 21l 16 .568 1
Carta Vieja.:; 12 : 24 .333 9'2
LAST NIGHTS RESULT (Olympic Stadium)
Chesterfield 5, Spur Cola 4

Puerto Rico

Panoma-Cuba In Openers
Of otli Caribbean Series

The eighth renewal of the
baseball classic of Latin Ameri America,
ca, America, the Caribbean Series, gets
underway this evening at 6 at
the Olympic Stadium with all
four participant teams Cuba,
Puerto Rico, Venezuela and
Panama seeing action.
Inauguration ceremonies will
-begin at 5:30 to get the first
game, between Puerto Rico and
Venezuela, started on time. Cu Cuba
ba Cuba engages Panama in the night nightcap.
cap. nightcap. Two contests will be played
every day until the series ends
next Wednesday. The complete
schedule follows:
SATURDAY
First game Venezuela vs. Cuba
2nd game Panama vs P. Rico
SUNDAY
1st game Cuba vs. Puerto Rico
2nd game, Panama vs. Venezuela
' MONDAY
1st game Venezuela v& P, Rlci
2nd game Panama vs. Cuba
.TUESDAY.
1st game Cuba vs. Venezuela
,2nd game p. Rico vs. Panama

necessary.

third on Bobby Prescott's error ;
Charles ending up &i mnu. . ;
Grenald's single scored two
runners and Elston took: over on
the hill. He was greeted by a
base hit by Clarence Moore who
took second on Billy Stewart 's
.rrnr o flrenflld SCOOted tO
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I struck out sw nglng to end the
tension-pacfcea inning
Th. Smoker failed to score
in the top half of the ninth
but the thrills were far from
over.
With the score 5 to 4 in the
bottom of the ninth, Pepe Oso Oso-rin.
rin. Oso-rin. first hatter ud. sinsJed. Ger.
ry Thome batting for Tugerson,
(Led Pepe at second, wit& Pepe
hnwiinn nver shnrtston ; Houra
deau to break up a double play
out however, for the second out,
and Charles popped to third to
end the spine tingler.
Houraaeau maae iwo spam-
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base sack In the sixth and 8th
innintrs in field smashes off the
bat of Herman Charles and xob
him of hits.
After the game the Smoker
dressing room was In a turmoil
as the players whooped it up
while accepting congratula.
tions from all sides.
Robert L

Finch, secretary of,TA f Mlf
I Association of Ml-110 VVi?i(!4 I'

fha National
nor Leagues, came to shake the
hands ox tne piayers ana m-u
ager Joe Nachio; ana Assemoiy
oe Nachio; and Assembly
Alfredo Aleman Jr., who
man
nmr, a tfinn hpt from Minister of
Government ana juswce Aiejn
Hrn ppmon on the same, award
ed Elston a 420 bill" for saving
the game."
Said Nachio, "The whole team
came through like the champs
in t Vk t retch, but I
I have to single out Roblnscn and
Elston ior doing mosi in me w
na.1 drive Robbv took the team
up the hill and Don took them
over."

PRO LEAGUE

Won Lost Pet.
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WEDNESDAY
1st game Puerto Rico vs. Cuba
2nd game, Venezuela vs. Panama
Venezuela's Dick Farrell will
oppose Puerto Rico's Paul St.uf fel
on the mound tonight while Cu Cuba
ba Cuba will use Camllo Pascual a a-galnst
galnst a-galnst Panama's Billy Harris.
Pre-favorite to cop the se series
ries series is Cuba, whose Clenfuegos
team won the Cuban league in
a gallop. Second choice is
Puerto Rico, who is represent represented
ed represented this year by the Caguas
club. Santurce won the pen pennant
nant pennant in the Puerto Rican
League but lost to Caguas in
the playoffs,
Puerto Rico has won the sc scries
ries scries four times, Cuba twice and
Panama once. Venezuela has
failed in all Its tries for the
championship.
Several major leaguers will see
action In the series. On the
Clenfuegos roster are pitchers
Camilo Pascual and Pedro Ra Ramos
mos Ramos of the Washington Sena Senators;
tors; Senators; pitcher Sandalio Consue Consue-gra
gra Consue-gra of the Chicago White Sox;
shortstop. Chico I'eroandcz who
has been moved up to the Brook Brooklyn
lyn Brooklyn Dodgers; and 2nd baseman

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Chesterfield Ab R II Fo A
Bernard. 2b ..... 4 1 3 2 0
Schell, If 4 0 2 2
Stewart, cf ...... 4 0 0 I
E. Osorio. lb .... 4 0 0 8
Queen, c ......... 5 0 0 6
Prescott, rf ...... 4 0 1 3
Tuminelll, 3b .... 0 0 0 0
Parns. 3b 3 1 1 A
Houradeau, ss ... 4 2 13
Robinson, p ..... 3 1 10
Elston, p ........ 1 0 0 0
Totals
36 5
9 27 9
Spur
Col
Glenn tt ........ 5
0
0
1
1
2
2
0
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
Charles, 3b 5
Lopez, 2b ........ 4
Keiiman, c .v.,
Grenald, II ....
Moore, ss .....
Gordon, lb ....
p. Osorio, rf v.,
Clarke, p ......
Davie, p ......
Al. Brathwaite
Tugerson, p .
Thome
McDonald ....... 0
-I
Totals 36 4 7 27 9
Al. Brathwaite fouled out for
Davie in 7th.
Thome forced Osorio ior Tu Tugerson
gerson Tugerson in 9th.
McDonald ran for Thome In
9th.
Chesterfield
120 020 0005 9 4
Spur Cola
010 100 0204 7 1
SUMMARY Errors: Charles,
Bernard. Houradeau, Prescott,
Stewart. RBI's: Schell 2, Ber Bernard
nard Bernard 2, Grenald 3, Lopez, Parris.
Two hasp hits: Schell. Prescott,
Bernard. Houradeau. Three base
hits: Schell. Home runs: Gren
ald, Lopez, parris. Earned runs:
Chesterfield 3, Spur Cola 2. Hit
batters: Davie (Schell Struck-
mit bv: Davie (Schell). StrucK-
out y: Davie 4 R binf n 4 ?
ston 2. Base on balls off: Clarke
3, Davie 3, Robinson 2, Tugerson
2. Left on base: Chesterfield 1?,
Spur Cola 7. Pitchers record:
rinrke a runs. 3 hits in 1 23 In
nings'; Davie 2 runs 6 hits In 5
13 innings; Robinson runs, o
hits in 7 23 innings. Winning
pitcher: Robinson t7'5). Losing
pitcher Clarke (3-3). Umpires:
Thornton, Olivo, ougiieimo, Ma Maestri.
estri. Maestri. Time of game: 2:54.
Basckll km Pay
Final Respecfs
PHILADELPHIA, Feb. 19
HIP) Ton baseball execu-
t, f0Ternment offie als and
bT the hu.
dreds will file past the bier of
Copnie Mack tonight to ay
their final respects to "the
grand old man of baseball."
The body of the 93-year-old
Mack will He in state for a a-bout
bout a-bout two and one-half hours
beginning at 7 p m. (EST) at
thP Oliver Bair Funeral Home
O!!0 Chestnut St.) here. Con Con-ne's
ne's Con-ne's velvet L'ned casket will be
placed among a bank of ferns
and floral dlsnlays fptn from
all corners of the nation.
The vifwing will be on the
second floor of the mid-city
funeral establishment, where
ordinarily four viewing, are
held at the same time. Be Be-rause
rause Be-rause of th expected thronr,
the Mack family has reserve
all four parlors and an organ
hall.
Mn T(,p F"irwo'f
Panama Womens Golf Association
The monthly tournament ofPW ofPW-GA
GA ofPW-GA will be held at Panama Golf
Club on Saturday Feb. 18. In con conjunction
junction conjunction will be the first match of
the inter-club championship tourn tournament,
ament, tournament, the inter-club will too of
on No. 1 tec at 8:30. The PWGA
girls will start on the 10th tee at
the same time. ;
The team line-ups are as fol follows
lows follows for first, second, third, fourth
place and alternates. Panama- P.
Danniell, K. Call, S. Carpenter,
I. Robinson. K. Purdy. Amador-E.
Perantie, C. Bishop, L. Knuth, B.
Hughes, B. Dilfers, M. Tubbs. Ft.
Davis-L. Reynolds, R. Kruger, E.
Dialv L. Johnson, R. Tortoricci,
M. Bucolo. Brazos- C. Burns, E.
Mathienon, J. Huldquist, M. Gar Garrett,
rett, Garrett, D. Lp Croix.' Gamboa- E.
Judson, L. Jones, P. Trim, M.
Askew, Lynn Jones.
The -point svstem will be used
for scoring with no handicap. All
you girls bru.h-tm on your rules.
The line-up for PWGA will come
out next week.
Curt Roberts Of the Pittsburgh.
Pirates.
. Panama's team will have two
major leaguers pitcher
Humberto Robinson of the Mil
waukee Braves and infielder
Hector Lopes of the Kansas
City Athletics.
Lopez, who plays for Spur Co Cola
la Cola during the regular Panama
Pro League season, w'H be one
of Chesterfield's replacements.
The other is Harris, who pitches
for Carta Vleja.
Panama's- starting lineup for
tonight:
Ellas Osorio lb
Hector Lopei 2b
Clyde Parris 3b
Pablo Bernard ss
Danny Schell If
Billy Stewart ct
Bobbv Prescott rf
Billy Queen e
Billy Harris p ; ;
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AT COCKTAIL PARTY Pictured above are a group of sports figures who attended the
cocktail party and buffet given by National Distillers yesterday. Shown (left to right) are
Walter Watson, The Panama American; Conrado Sargeant, The Panama American; Buck Ca Ca-nel,
nel, Ca-nel, noted Spanish language sports announcer; Beto Tejada, El Panama America; Bernardo
Nunez, president of the Panama Baseball Writers Association; Felo Ramirez, outstanding
Latin American sportscaster; J. J. Harrison, The Panama American, and Carlos Membrerio,
El Mundo, Havana.'

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Local Appsmnce Sunday

By DAVE CONSTABLE
American girl matador Eette
Ford will make her final ap appearance
pearance appearance of the 1956 bullfight
season Sunday at La Macarena
in competition against Javier
(Mayorito) Martinez, a 17-year-
old Mexican "novillero."
Mayorito, who has made a
good showing- In the ten pro professional
fessional professional bullfights in which
he has partxipated, has been
engaged for two performances.
Miss Ford, a former New York
model who was toppled by one
of the bulls she engaged last
Sunday at the local bull ring,
hopes to better last week s per
formance which was roundly ap
plauded by a near-record crowd;
of Zonlans and local aficiona aficionados.
dos. aficionados. The girl matador displayed
courage when she was knocked
off her feet while fighting her
second bull of the afternoon.
While the bull tried to gore her
as she lay on the ground on ner
left side, she kept moving her
body with the tesslng of the
bull's head In order to stay be between
tween between his horns and avoid being
hurt.
After the bull was lured Into
rushing at the capes being
waved by assistants who rush rushed
ed rushed to her aid, Bette resumed
the fight and went on to earn
a reluctantly-awarded ear for
her performance.
The overall performances of
both Miss Ford and Mexican
matador Manolo Martinez were
affected somewhat bv the half
hearted lunges of the not-too-l
brave and undersized bulls used
during the corrida.
Picadors will be used for the
first time this season Sunday,!
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SCOUTCAPADE directors go over final plans for the colorful
Canal Zone Boy Scout pageant "This la
to take place next Saturday evening Feb. 18 at 7.15 at Balboa
Stadium Over 1200 scouts and adult leaders will participate
in the. second annual affair, which makes funds available for
local scouting as well as giving -ail ojPPumto. for ..Canal
Zoners to see American youth at its best. From leit to right,
front row: Air Force Maj. T. A. Kirby, director of Episode I.
"Thanks for Coming" to be performed by Troop No. 15 spon sponsored
sored sponsored by the Post Chapel, AlbrMk AFB; L. Budd Haverstick,
director-general of the Scoutcapade; U.S. Army Chaplain (Lt.
Col ) Roy A. Morden from Fort Amador, co-director of Episode
6 "Onward for Cod and My Country' to be( performed by
Troop No. 5 sponsored by St. Luke's Cathedral; and in the rear
row- The Theater Guild's Alex Plotnikoff, co-director of Epi Epi-Bode
Bode Epi-Bode 9 "The Hike Is Ended," and Lt. Col. Franklin H. Simmons
of Fort Kobbe. director of Episode 2, "Grand Entrance Parade."
, (U.S. Navy Photo)

Marilyn's Fragile
ijfrap Gives Way
'Before TV Cameras
t NEW YORK, Feb. 10 (UP) -Marilyn
Monroe's shoulder strap
-broke yesterday in the midst of a
' surging crowd of reporters and
i photographers.
it wasn't too- d A
0"'-k-thinkin press a wiw wiw-ed
ed wiw-ed the shapely actress' shoulders
in a black velvet coat uu om;
went on with the business at hand.
tw resisted of announcing
w h anH sir Laurence Olivier
will co-produce and co-Star in the
Mm liArsinn nf Terrence RatU-
can's London stage hit, Ine
Sinino Prince." Sir Laurence
will direct, when production starts
sometime in August.
The British actor and Miss Mon Monroe
roe Monroe entered the terrace room at
the Plaza Hotel 20 minutes late.
They posed briefly on a balcony
above the photographers, Miss
Monroe obligingly leaning over at
intervals so the picture men could
get their ang'es.
A serious-minded press agent
explained later that the stress
caused by leaning over created
the broken shoulder strap incident
a few moments later as the ac actress
tress actress saf at a table talking with
Sir Laurence for the benefit of
the TV cameras.
Cuba Amends
Labor Laws
HAVANA, Feb. 10 (UP) Cuba
mended its labor laws today to
permit dismissal of workers for
'netivities against the security of
the Western Hemisphere." ...
In the first application of anti-r-snmw'st
legislation to rank and
file workers, Ihe government or
dred the dismissal of two em employees
ployees employees of the Cuban Telephone
Co.. a subsidiary of the Interna International
tional International Telephone and Telegraph
Co. '.
Up to now the government had
exercised such power only in the
Case of labor leaders. Top of officials
ficials officials of the tobacco, beer marit maritime,
ime, maritime, metallurgical and barbers un unions,
ions, unions, have been dismissed.:
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'Rocks' Paja Area
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To prepare fbr their role as
"armored support" for the 33rd
Infantry regiment, Tenk company
personnel "rocked" the Paja train training
ing training area: 17 miles distant from
the Post of Fort Kobbe for fouH
continuous days and nights as 17
tanks "roiled during the compa company's,
ny's, company's, recent fielu training problem.
Participating, in the exercises
wnicn isv conducted in prepara preparation
tion preparation for the annual platoon test
which takes place in March were
91 officers and enlisted members
under the direction of Capt. Alf
red Araujo, lank comoanv
commanding otucer.
Phases involved in the problem
Included platoon attacks and de defensive
fensive defensive perimeter training, as well
as advance guard, flank security
and rear guard patrol exercises.
The Tank company launched
platoon night attacks without the
aid of illumination of any type.
Purpose of the attacks was to test
the platoon's coordination and
speed under the most difficult con
ditions available.
Preparations at all levels from
the individual tankers through
company maintenance were super supervised
vised supervised by Lt. William Jewell, pla platoon
toon platoon leoder. The entire company
was roadied md prepared by 6
a.m. on Tuesday in order that the
members could move oat to the
training area as rapidly as the
situation permitted.
Mess facilities were arranged by
Lt. R. L. Bubb for the feeding in
the field during the four days.
The company returned today, af after
ter after employing a "blackout march"
to the Cocoli area where the
members ate breakfast in a hasti hastily
ly hastily prepared assembly area.
5gl. York's. Son
Joins Air Force
.NASHVILLE, Ten., Feb. 10
(UP). Thomas J. York, 18,
youngest son of World War I
Sgt Alvln C .York, joined the
Air Force today. The famous in infantryman
fantryman infantryman whp won the Medal
of Honor gave full approval to
his son's decision.
Young York took his oath
from Gov, Frank Clement be before
fore before leaving lor basic training.
Clement told him:. "Your father
has been a great citizen and a
great asset to the state. I know
you will follow In his footsteps."
York is the third son of the fam family
ily family to wear his country'v.uni-
torm.
The Pallmall. Tcnn.. bov said
h joined the Aic Force even
though lil lather argues that it
still is the Infantryman who has
to hold territory after the
planes have chased the enemy
out. The elder York wiped out
a German machlneguri compa compa-ny
ny compa-ny in World War I.
Sgt. York suffered a brain
hemorrhage two years ago. and
has been partly paralyzed and
virtually teartdden on the 200 200-acre
acre 200-acre mountain farm at Pallmall,
World Bonk Prcxy,
Egyptian Premier
oree.On Dam Loan
CAIRO, Egypt, Feb. 10 (UP)
World Bank President Eugene
Blac,k, who participated in nego negotiations
tiations negotiations on a $200 million loan to
Egypt to help buUd the Aswan
Hash Dam, left by plane today for
trmsningion. .--
Black and Premier Gamal Ab Ab-del
del Ab-del Nasser announced yesterday a a-greement
greement a-greement on the lean for the huge
dam on the upper nile,. 500 miles
upriver from Cairo.
.. iiuiisia, has-oOrd Egypt -tec
nicai ncip.

Let the people
BIRMINGHAM, Ala.. Feb. 10-
(LP) A Negro student charged
the University of Alabama vester-
day with contempt of court for
suspending her and sued for the
right to eat and' live as well as
study with white coeds at the col college.
lege. college. Jail sentences were asked for
university officials f they failed
to obey a future court order for
the Negro's re-admission. She also
sought $2,000 damages.
Authcrin Lucy, howtvtr, was
not tucctssful in gaining imm imm-diat
diat imm-diat re-tntry to tht university
from which tht was barrtd last
Monday night after thrt days
of tumultuous rioting.
U. S. Distriet Judge II o b a r t
Grooms set Feb. 29 for a hearing
of her complaints and her attorn attorney
ey attorney Said he planned no further ac
tion meanwhile. 1
The basis of her contempt ac
tion was that the university had
used the danger of injury to her
person and other college personnel
as a "subterfuge to mask the
real reason for her suspension,
which was she was a Negro.
University officials were told to
file answers by Feb. 27 and show
cause why they should not be held
in contempt at a hearing two days
later.
Arthur Shore Negro attorney,
filed the actions in Judge Grooms'
court at the expiration of a 48 48-hour
hour 48-hour "ultimatum" he had given
the university to take Miss Lucy
back. '.
Tht timi court had original original-ly
ly original-ly ordtrtd tht colltgt to lowtr
its racial bars to qualified stud stud-nts.
nts. stud-nts. At the same time, Miss Lucy
Utile League
Boys 6, Girls 4
en oabies were bom at Coco
ooiq Hospital during the week
enaing at midnight Feb. 8, ac
cording to the regular hospital
repon. uurmg the same period
81 patients were admittedd and 100
were aiscnarged.
tfabies were born to the fol
lowing American citizens: Ens
ana Airs. John Morris, of Coco
Mio, son; AE3 and Mrs. Walter
Baxter, of Coco Solito, son; Pvt-
ana Airs, i-ietcher D. Smoak,
of Coco Solito, son; Sgt. and Mrs.
Harold G. Horner, of Coco Solito,
son; Cpl. and Mrs. Joseph N, Hit Hit-tinger,
tinger, Hit-tinger, of Coco Solito, son; BM1
and Mrs. William K. Clarke, of
voco soiiio, aaugnter.
Babies were born to the follow
ing Panamanian citizens: Mr. and
'rs. Fermin Ibanez, of Rainbow
City, daughter; Mr. and Mrs. Alf
red N, Wallace, of Colon, son; Mr.
and Mrs. Evaristo Manuel, of Rain.
Dow City, daughter; and Mr. and
Mrs. Harold Brathwaite, of Rain
bow City, daughter.
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PANAMA, R. P., FRIDAY,

Coed Cliames Alabama

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ARTHUR SHORES, attorney
of Birmingham, Ala., who
called on the University of
Alabama to r e 1 n s t a t e his
client, Autherine Lucy, as a
student.
filed for an injunction against the
university dean of women to force
npr io provjre full university din
mg room and living facilities for
me zb-year-old Negro.
juage urooms set a hearing on a
temporary order for the same date.
Feb. 29.
Named as defendants in Shores'
new legal moves were Alabama
Dean of Women Sarah Healey and
the university board of trustees,
uitiuuiug preement O. u Car
michael.
It was Mrs. Healev whn
Miss Lucy from one classroom to
anomer last Monday while rioting
students and townspeople loosed a
rock and egg barrage at their au-
wmopiie, aamaging it neavily.
The injunction and declaratory
suit filed against Dean Healev
asked $1,000 damages to be paid'
miss ucy tor "inconveniences
during her turbulent three days as
a siuaeni.
University officials frankly tx tx-ptcttd
ptcttd tx-ptcttd a new court order for
Autherine tucy, J4, to be re readmitted
admitted readmitted to her classes.
President O. C. Ca r m i c h a el
promised that In that case "every
effort will be made to make the
campus safe" at Tuscaloosa, 58
miles from here. ;
No details of such precautions
were made Known.
But it was obvious that Univer
sity officials had used the three-
day breathing spell after Miss
Lucy was suspended at the height
of campus rioting Monday night
io nraw up certain safeguards. v
By their repeated denunciation
f "outsiders" for stirring up
tht riots, the school officials in indicated
dicated indicated they might try to isolate
tht campus from tht buttling
industrial town.
Carmichael and other spokes-

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FEBRUARY 10, 1956

men have slated repeatedly they
could cope with student demons demonstrations
trations demonstrations alone.
But sealing off the campus pre
sented an engineering problem be because
cause because Tuscaloosa's main street.
University Avenue, which also is
a federal trunk highway, bisects
the classroom buildings and fra fraternity
ternity fraternity row.
Shores' latest action was di
rected at university Dean of Ad
missions W. F. Adams. It accus
ed Adams of contempt of an earl
ier order from U.S. district court
here directing Alabama to admit
any qualified students without re
gard to their race.
Miss Lucy was "excluded until
further notice" by Alabama trus
tees as a "police measure to en
sure her own safety and that of
faculty and students.
But Shores denied that explana
tion as "subterfuge" to veil the
real reason that she was dismiss dismissed
ed dismissed from classes was because she
was a Negro.
Befort he went back to court,
Shores grodingly agred to drop
n tarlitr conttmpt movt
gainst Adams because tht uni uni-vtrsity
vtrsity uni-vtrsity had refused to admit en-
other Negro applicant, Polly Ann
Hudson, 23, who is married but
getting divorce. She was re rejected
jected rejected ii i student on moral
PanCanal Lists 12
Available Positions
Twelve positions are presently
available In the Panama Canal
service accordlnn to the list of
v a c a n cies contained in the
transfer vacancy bulletin issued
thit week by the Personei uu
reau. ; .V" ';;
Ten are in the classified and
related group and two are in the
craft group. The positions may
be filled by transfer of elieible
e m p 1 o yees and applications
should be transmitted to the
Employment and : 'U t illzation
Division.
Vacancies In the following
tipes of work are listed in the
classified and related groups:
accounting clerk, chemist, clerk clerk-stenographer,
stenographer, clerk-stenographer, clerk-typist, elec electrical'
trical' electrical' engineer, mechanical en
gineer, locks guard, supervisory
cargo clerk, and supervisory
clerical assistant. s
Positions open In the craft
group Include pipeline suction
dredge engineer and loock, oper operator.
ator. operator. BALBOA TIDES
SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 11
HIGH LOW
J:J a.m. 9:51 a.m.
4:02 p.m
10:10 p.m.
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grounds after an Investigation
of her background.
At Tuscaloosa, faculty and stu
dents alike expressed relief that
the second Negro was denied a
court order.
C. E. Bounds, head of the journ
alism department, said the out outcome
come outcome of the Birmingham hearing
"eased the situation but that Of
Miss Lucy is still "an explosive
one.".
He prediced students and facul
ty would rally around Dr. Car
michael, whatever course he
takes. .; ..... ,-
Wireinan Bakes Cake
For Margarita Dad ;
As Stove Conks Out
Thanks to the kindly Inter Intervention
vention Intervention of a Cristobal-Margarita
district wlreman, John B. Coffey
of Margarita was able to enjoy
a birthday cake, candles and all,
prepared for him Tuesday by
his teenage daugter,' Joan:
It Is a sad state of affairs
when an electric oven refuses to
work,, but It borders on 'the
tragic when that oven Is being
readied to bake the brithday
cake of a gal's favorite father
According to a letter of appre appreciation
ciation appreciation received by the Electrical
Division1 for Mrs Coffey, the day
was saved by S. A. Dreyer, Atlan Atlantic
tic Atlantic Side wiremah who had ans.
wered a call to repair the oven.
Taking in the situation cake
batter, cold oven, extensive re
pairs, at a glance, Mr. Dreyer
caller! Mrs. Drever and in no time
at all the Coffey brithdfty cake
was baklnar in the Dreyer oven.
Mrs. Coffey who said their only
association with the Dreyers had
been in connection with elec
trlcal renalrs, told the Panama
Canal ) Electrical Engineer that
she believed that this was a
clear case of an employee acting
iar oeyona the line of duty and
wished to express her thanks to
the Division for the wonderful
service.
Malayan Sclf-Rule
Granted By Britain
Effective In 1957
LONDON, Feb. 10 UP)-Brit
ain has' granted self-rule to the
Federation of Malaya, the world's
biggest producer of raw rubber.
Colonial Secretary Alan Lennox Lennox-Boyd
Boyd Lennox-Boyd and Malaya's Chief Minister
Tenglu Abdul Rahman signed an
agreement yesterday giving the
southeast Asian colony self-government
within the British Common Commonwealth
wealth Commonwealth effective Aug. 31, 1957, as
the first step towards full inde independence.
pendence. independence. At the same time. Britain mov
ed to expand the Commonwealth i
by inviting free nations oi Europe
and Asia to join. A house ot com
mons committee worked on pro
posals to invite uncommitted na nations
tions nations like Holland, Greece, Israel
and Indonesia to unite with the or
iginal member countries.
The-sienine of the Malayan con
stitutional agreement climaxed
weeks of negotiations. L e n n ox-
Bovd said the signing was an "ev
ent of great historical importance
which will further strengthen tne
ties that bind us tbgcther in the
Commonwealth."
The colonial secretary empha emphasized
sized emphasized that the agreement "is t not
a victory for either side. It Is a
recognition both of Malaya's new
status and of our common inter interests."
ests." interests."
Rahman described the agree agreement
ment agreement as "the corner stone of a
new Malaya." He said he expects
full independence by next August.
Efficacy Qf Salk
Vaccine Is Proved
OTTAWA, Feb. 10 (UP) The re
sults of an exhaustive check on
last year's inoculation program
clearly demonstrate the effective effectiveness
ness effectiveness of the Salk vaccine as a pre preventive
ventive preventive aeainst paralysis from po-
liomvelitis," Health Minister Paul
Marlin said today.
Among 583,716 children aged to
10 who received two or more doses
of vaccine, only -five cases of
paralytic polio occurred during the
period of study, July 1 to Nov.
Among 885,000 unvaccinated chil
dren In thrsame rrrotirr"wno
were observed, there were 51
cases of paralytic polio.

Editor's Note: Queen Elizabeth
II and her husband a de a spec spectacular
tacular spectacular entry today into the
fight to eradicate the age-old
fear tf leprosy and restore vic victims
tims victims of the disease to useful
society. The following report n
the royal couple to a leper colo colony
ny colony in Nigeria was written tor
tie United Press by Alan Whick Whicker
er Whicker of the British Exchange Tele Telegraph
graph Telegraph news agency, who is ac accompanying
companying accompanying the Queen on her
Atncan tour.
BY ALAN WHICKER
ENUGU, Nigeria, Feb. 10 (UP)
Britain's young Queen walked
unprotected among luUO lepers to today.
day. today.
On a sun-scorched Nigeria hill hillside,
side, hillside, Queen Elizabeth made her
contribution to the battle to re remove
move remove the stigma of centuries
from the leper.
tine and tiie Duke of Edinburgh
talked to cripples and atllicted
children. . ; .
She met 10-year-old Ife, a mite
"adopted" by Queen Motntr Eliz Elizabeth.
abeth. Elizabeth. Ife had light patches of
leprosy on her brown skin. She

Buses Offer Free
Transpirlalin:a: Transpirlalin:a:-For
For Transpirlalin:a:-For Spring Festival
Three regular buses have been
cnanerea io xurnisn ; continuous
free transportation to and from
the Spring Festival to be held at
Morgan s Gardens on Saturday un
der the sponsorship of the Cathe
dral of St. Luke. Ancon.
The first bus will leave from
the vicinity of St. Luks's Cathed
ral and the Ancon Commissary at
9:30 a.m. followed by the re
maining two at intervals of ten
minutes each. Buses will go to the
Gacdens, unload and return im
mediately. '
Stops will be made en route
at the Balboa Commissary, Dia
blo Clibhri'se and at the bus htop
on Gaiiia;? Highway opposite the
entrance t j Los Kios. J he last bus
will leave the Festival Grounds
at 7:30 p m. Both buses j id bus
stops will be clearly marked. To
allow the Vransportatiou Co. to
operate with maximum efficiency,
anvone desiring to 0 by bus
should arrange to be at one of
the designated bus stops to be
picked up.
For those who wish to go by
private car, Sgt. Walter H. Alves
of the Canal Zone Police Force
and chairman of traffic for the
Testival, has announced that there
will be parking as usual along
Gaillard Highway, In addition to
this the Cardenas. River range,
directly opposite, to the entrance
to Morgan's Gardens, has been
cleared and will afford parking
snace for a substantial number
of cars. ATmember of the police
force will be on duty througout
the day.-.: -a
Tickets, for those who have not
irpsriv ohtained them, will be
availahlfl at the entrance. Chil
dren five years of age and under
are to be admitted tree 01 cnarge.
Admission for all others: 25 cents.
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The gate will open at 10 o'clock,
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The Duke met 12-voar.nM t.
than, his own "adoptee" in an
letters ilongdistance exchange of
Jonathan stood stifflv
tion in the khaki uniform of a Cub
Scout.
The visit was not n mn.
As the Queen would have' wished,
she was spared nothing.
yn a siraw mat in the shade rt
a forest tree there was a' woman
With a fine, dicnifipri tare Ck
had no hands or lees. v
Under the shade ot a Inn Asim
matting there were 80 deformed
lepers who could not stand. Most
sirainea to hear the Queen's voice.
There was a moment of sudden
and unexpected pathos when "Old
John, a blind leper deformed by
leontiasis, somehow felt the Queen.
km uicie.
bue waiKed ouietly ud' to him
paused aim tniueu iutu ms Sini-
ics late, joun Agun spoKe om in
a urm voice mm, ecuoeu uiiuua
uie jungie. .
''ye nepers welcome Your Maj Majesty,"
esty," Majesty," he said. we live uauer Un
snaue oi your proiecuun uu en
joy xouf uiajeivya iouu anu mtui
cuie. may. you accept uw conKia
imauoiis ot uie uuum anu iu
rninu or tue seiUemeut."
rast tue nue oi uie deformed
leyeis BMMMi tne chuureu. lney
ai. lepei uh, hut lucy never
wm ue utiuiaicu. me mf a aa
UjSuiie an euueu uias cii,oie
cuincr in uie History w leyioby.
ocveuuxu liut: icpbiS ; vt ms
Wou luo paci biouu at aucuuva
wiui la xiy bcouui auiiuM a
smaii.
"iiiey are great little chaps,"
scoutmaster ueoitrey ihagsou, a
Loniion engineer, toid the uuice.
"iney o lor theu: ueaviueut
twice a week but they are as bright
as a Cub pack at home," he said.
Dept. Of Justice
Keeps Hands Off
Emmett Till Case
WASHINGTON. Feb. 10 (UP)
The Justice Department repeated
today, politely but firmly, that it
has found "no basis for iederal
intervention" in the Emmett Till
murder case in Mississippi.

Assistant Atty.' "Gen. Warren
Olney III, head of the criminal
division, told former Rep. Sam
Yorty (D-Calif. the department
shares "your humane feelings of
shock and revulsion at this brutal
taking of a human life.''
But Olney said "all available
information" shows the killing and
kidnaping took place ."entirely
within the state of Mississippvand
therefore "no federal jurisdiction
was found to exist."
Olney made the statements in
a letter to Yorty who had written
Atty. Gen. Herbert Brownell Jr.
urging that he use his "great
power to see that justice is done
in this case...."
Two Mississippi white men, Roy
Bryant, 30, and J. W. Milam, 36, :
were indicted for the kidnap-mur-der
of the 14-year-old Chicago

Negro but were acquitted by local
juries.
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