The Panama American


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The Panama American
Portion of title:
Weekend American
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Scott Family Library Fund ( donor )
Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication:
Panama City, Panama
Publication Date:
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]
normalized irregular


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Panama -- Panama


Dates or Sequential Designation:
Oct. 7, 1925-
General Note:
On Saturday published as: Weekend American, Dec. 10, 1966-May 5, 1973.

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FLYING HIGH The Redstone guided missile thunders Into
the stratosphere during recent Ordnance Corps test at Patrick,
Air Force Base, Florida. It was developed by the guided missile
team headed by Dr. Wernher Von Braun.

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FIRST pnOTO OF SNARK This Is the first official photo
BM-62 Snaric Ion? range strategic missile which lsi undergoing
Center, Patrick Air Force Base, Florida. ;

Negroes Plan 'Pilgrimage
To Prof est Boycott Arrests

MONTGOMERY, Ala., Feb. 23
(UP)A minister called 10,000
Negroes to prayer today on the
eve of a proposed mass "pilgrim "pilgrimage"
age" "pilgrimage" through M o n t g omery
streets in protest against scores
of arrests for boycotting segre segregated
gated segregated city buses.
The Rev. R. D. Abernathy, one
of the 67 Negroes rounded up
yesterday and charged with
plotting the 11-week-old racial
boycott, said he expected 10,000
Negroes to gather for his prayer
at his church tonight.
The boycott, started last Dec.
5, was staged originally as a one one-,
, one-, day demonstration protesting
the arrest of seamstress Rose
Parks for refusing to move, to
the Negro section of a bus.
The boycott was continued as
a means of protesting seating
arrangements tinder segregation
laws, not the laws themselves.
The Negroes objected to hav
inf to stand on buses while
seats remained empty in the
section reserved for whites.
The boycott, termed about 80
per cent effective from the start,

Disc Jockey 'Bombs' Mississippi
With Constitution; Rival Responds

CHICAGO, Feb. 23 (UP)
Negro Disc jockey! Al Benson'f.1
chartered plane returned last
night after "bombing" Missis Mississippi
sippi Mississippi with copies of ; the U.S.
constitution and a Mississippi
record spinner promised to
shower Chicago with confeder confederate
ate confederate flags In retaliation.
Benson, a 48-year-old Missis Mississippi
sippi Mississippi native, didn't make the
Washington's Birthday flight
because he said he feared for
his personal safety. ;
The "raid" was performed by
his hired pilot, Jim Crea, and a
flight instructor, Peter de Ke Ke-laita.
laita. Ke-laita. They dumped most of the 5,-1
000 pamphlets on the capitol ct
ty of Jackson, Miss., and then
winged on to Greenwood, Miss.,1
to gel ria of the rest. Crea said
the 650-mile non-stop flight was
completely uneventful,
Mississippians also failed to
t excited about the "raid,"

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almost Immediately caused a 50
per cent hike in fares to make
up for revenue losses. It has re remained
mained remained as effective, if not more
so, since the Indictments : were
Abernathy' proclaimed : tomor
rowarraignment day for the
113 expected to be under arrest
by then as "prayer-pilgrimage
day" to be commemorated by
walking. .
lie intimated they would
converge upon the courthouse.
Sheriff's deputies continued
rounding up the remaining Ne
groes indicted as leaders insti
gating the racial boycott or
helping make it work by operat
ing taxis and car pools. The
boycott was staged to protest
seating arrangements -on the
segregated buses.
The Negroes named in 11 in indictments
dictments indictments returned by the Mont
gomery county grand Jury two
days ago were brought in by
sheriff's cars traveling in relays
to Negro districts. Defendants
all quickly made the $300 bonds
uniformly imposed.
Jacksori residents showed only
mild interest when Crea's plane
swooped in at 15,000 feet and
the 43-page, booklets : fluttered
Some of the pamphlets drifted
onto the Capitol and the Gover Governor's
nor's Governor's mansion, but quite a few
others ended up in the pearl
River swamp east of the city.
At Oxford, Miss., disc jockey
Allan English said he will re return
turn return Benson's gift Monday in
the form of 25,000 paper Con Confederate
federate Confederate flags. He will hire a
plane and scatter them along
Chicago's loop and lake front, he
said. ,
"I hope this little stunt will
in some way cool the Intensity
of the racial situation," English
said.' :
The purpose of Benson's "ratd"
was to "wake up the citizens of
Mississippi" and emphasize the.
U.S. Supreme court ruling or
school desegregation.'

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Ike May 7ell All'
With Drama On TV

President Eisenhower's announce announcement
ment announcement of iis political future is ex
pected to be made at the White
House, perhaps at his next news
conference on Wednesday, Feb. 29.
But Mr. Eisenhower ha
he would make the announce
ment as dramatic nnccthld
which has suggested to some per
sons tnat ne will appear personal
ly Deiore me voters on television.
He will return from his Georeia
vacation day after tomorrow. Mr.
tisennower told associates here
before emplaning for Georgia last
wees tnat ne wanted a second
term. He also wanted to test his
physical well-being during a week
or 10 days of comparatively vigor vigorous
ous vigorous activity before making any fin-
of the Air Force's Northrop
tests at the Air Force Missile
Soviets Claim
n-Bomb Range
All Over World
ha fh- "".V" union
.Y""B:.IlT sePdin8 hydro
Su "IUI "iC oomos to anv
-: -'"""v ws made m an
W Antte? y ma"hal on
Soviet Armed Forces Day a n d
j u,e omciai commu-
ist. ran f ravda. It was broad-
Cast bv RaHin ..j M1"a"
Thtt Cnl.l. I... ....
...v uuuiuvsKy article echoed
he speech made by Defense Min Minister
ister Minister George. Zhukov on Sov et
military .capabilities before the
Scow Wt Party Congress in
Soknlnvslrv An. r iu- i
... ul tue ouviei u u-?hnnJ?
?hnnJ? u-?hnnJ? miJl.ary ?fficers- said
n ..K- V i10 nas sufficient
numbers of modern and diverse
military weapons, including
long-distance rockets or g u i d e d
"J'We speak of this not because
we want to intimidate anyone but
because it is sometimes worth worthwhile
while worthwhile to remind those who time
and a S kin hranrtich ilnml. f.u-
that in our days one can not wage
was wii it 1 1 1 1 1 lip no ennmitt
Ex-Convict Gets
Year In Ganboa
For Burglary
- A former convict Ma
was sentenced to spend one year
in iiamona vpsfprnnv nn a ihi.n.
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at ine t oiks Kiver anchorage near
Garcia; a 35-year-old San Bias
Indian, boarded a lannrh nn .Tan
4 together with another San Bias
youm ana maae on wan personal
wropeny worm ?ia.40 which be belonged
longed belonged to engineer John Ferron.
Garcia has a long record of mis
ffpmeannra anrl in tnA ... Aim
' ui riaa
charget after haying served one
.year ia me penuenuary.

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al decision or announcement of his
political intentions.
That is the wav it lav uhnn tv,.
President departed, Feb. 15 for
me inomasvuie plantation of Tre Treasury
asury Treasury Secretary George M. Hum Hum-Dhrev.
Dhrev. Hum-Dhrev. If Mr. Eisenhower has further
advised Washington associates of
his intentions, the United Press is
not aware nf it Th Rnnnhiiin
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leadership, however, has followed
cioseiy uie repons irom Thomas Thomas-ville,
ville, Thomas-ville, especially of Mr. Eisenhow Eisenhower's
er's Eisenhower's steadily expanding physical
Special Washington dishatphos
reported yesterday that Presiden Presidential
tial Presidential Assistant Sherman Adams and
Republican National Committee
ynairman L,eonara w. Hail had
informed other Republican leaders
that Mr. Eisenhower would run-
that the decision was positive and
nnai. i
Hall said the reDort was "news
to me." Hagerty denied the story
in behalf of Adams of whom he
inquired by telephone. Several oth other
er other Republican leaders said they
knew of no such word from Mr.
Eisenhower. Most, perhaps all of
them, are confident, however, that
he will be a second term candidate.
There has been nothine frnm
Thomasville challenging the judg
ment expressed on i eD. 14 by the
physicians who gave the Presid President
ent President the latest and Dolitirallv most
critical medical examination. Dr.
Paul Dudley White, his principal
specialist, then found the Presid President
ent President well able to continue active
public life.
S mi r s ,Tn!
For InYoIunfary
Manslaughter Set
The jury trial of an American
soldier from Ft. Davis who .,1s
charged with Involuntary man
slaughter was set yesterday in
Cristobal District Court for
March 15.
The 23-year-old defendant,
Edward J. Stroup, faces the
manslaughter charge as a result
of an automobile accident which
occurred last Sept. in which an another
other another soldier, Terry Walker, who
was a passenger in his car, was
thrown from the vehicle and
Assistant District Attorney
Morton E. Thompson remarked
that this is the first manslaugh manslaughter
ter manslaughter case here In several years.
" Stroup was driving the car oni
Qonf nrhan It. ran iff fha pna a
on Bolivar Highway near Gulick
Road. Walker died after his body
was flung into the water when
the car rolled down into a ditch
near a river.
Stroup is attached to an anti antiaircraft
aircraft antiaircraft outfit at Davis.

Russian Craft Transits Miraflorcs Locks

THE RUSSIAN FREIGHTER J ANA was one of three. Soviet ships which transited the Canal
southbound yesterday and sailed today for Honolulu en route to Vladivostock. They were the
first Russian-flag vessels In Canal waters since May 1955. With the 3782-ton-freighter were
a trawler and a small floating dock. Both were, towed through the waterway by tugs. The
three vessels spent five days in Cristobal Harbor but their 27 officers and 47 men got no
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The Seeihing Around Us

Americans From Iquitos
Saw Nothing Happening

LIMA. Pprn Fph n rnpi-Hph.
elhous jungle troops in Iquitos fir-
cu smau arms at pnvprnmpnt ipaf.
let rjlanps VP.ctprHav in irhat mav
have been the first shooting of the
seven-aay-oia revolt, was an
nounced tndav.
An official announcement made
no mention of casualties or dam
age. It said operations against the
rebels "are proceeding according
io pian, dui gave no details.
(The rebel rariin hoard in Rn
gota, claimed the insurgents have
caDtured tha river haw it Smla
Clotilde, on the Napo about 100
mues nonn ot iquitos.)
Mrt. Albert Dowdn, of La Jol Jol-l,
l, Jol-l, Calif., one of six Amtricant
rtscutd from the rtbtl-hld ci city
ty city yesterday by U.S. Air Force
plant, said so far at the knows
not a shot had been fired in the
revolt mp to the time she left.
Mrs. Dowden and her husband
who returned to safety with her
went to Iquitos on a sightseeing
trip a week ago Tuesday. They
meant to stay only two days, but
were stranded when air service
was suspended at the outset of the
The Air Force plane, sent to
pick up an American air adviser,
also brought out the Dowdens,
four other Americans, three Brit
ishers, a Canadian and a Norwegi Norwegian,
an, Norwegian, "I couldn't believe It when they
taid a revolution had started,
because nothing was happen happen-ing..."
ing..." happen-ing..." Mrt. Dowden taid. "Life
went en at usual, with no cur curfew
few curfew or other restrictions.
BELEM, Brazil, Feb. 23 (UP)-
Air torce rebels abandoned San San-tarem
tarem San-tarem without a fight last night,
leaving the Amazon River port in
the hands of loyal officers who had
been their prisoners, it 'was repot
ed today.
Rebel Maj. Haroldo Veloso, who
nad claimed earlier that he could
pit 5000 men and an improvised
armored force against any gov
ernment counter-attack, fled into
the jungle even before loyal "am
phibiotis forces" reached Santar-
His whereabouts were, uncertain
today, but previous statements in
dicate he may have fled to the
jungle airstrip at Jacareacanga,
reported hub of the revolt.
Thh fall nf ConfarAm u,.. ...
norted to Air Fnrpp hparimiartari
here by Maj. Jose Fernandez, reg
ular air commander in tne jungle
city who was arrested by Veloso
in the arly days of the revolt.
FprnanHp7 rpRiimpH pnmmand
when the rebel leaders fled. 1


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"Just the same, I'm glad to be
out. I didn't want to stick arounnd
and find out what was going to
She said food probably is the
city's worst problem, since an air
supply service promised by the
rebels failed to materialize.
Rumors pirriilaiincr in Tnnitnc av
it has OnlV a two WPPks' snnnlv nf
food, although there has been no
rationing so lar. Trices are begin
ning to go up, and food is increas
ingly hard to find.
HAVANA, Feb. 23 (UP)-Cu-ba't
ambassador to the Domini Dominican
can Dominican republic hat been recalled
for consultations in a situation to
tente authoritative sources tay
it intpired a recent defentive
aler.t of Cuban troops, it was an announced
nounced announced today. f
Ambassador Orlando D a u m y
arrived unexpectedly in tne east
em city of Santiago last night. He
told newsmen that Cuba's future
relations with the Dominican Re
public depend on that country's re
plies to recent Cuban protest notes.
A diplomatic source very close
to the government said today that
certain attitudes taken by Domi
nican functionaries in .Cuba" late
last year caused the government
to alert Cuban troops for national
The source" would '"give no de:
tails, and it was not clear wheth
cr the government suspected the
Dominicans of plotting subversion
or preparing a direct attack on
this country..
Dominican ambassador Federi-
co Llaverias was recalled to Ciu Ciu-dad
dad Ciu-dad Trujillo Friday, but he return returned
ed returned here Tuesday with a declara declaration
tion declaration that 'small problems' be
tween the two countries have been
'ironed out.'
Llaverias promptly requested
an interview with President Ful Ful-gencio
gencio Ful-gencio Batista, which was curt curtly
ly curtly refused yesterday because of
thh Dominican failure to reply
to Cuba's protests.
The diplomatic source said notes
Cuba has sent to Ciudad Trujillo
in the past year accuse Dominican
agents of spying on Cuba, murd
ering Dominican refugees in this
country and bribing a high Cuban
Bad .feeling between the two
countries came to a head earlier
this month when Dominican of
ficials charged that high Cuban
officials have been arming Domi Dominican
nican Dominican refugees for action against
their government. Cuba has denied
the charge.
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Objects To Having
Ex-Dictator Housed
At US-Owned Hotel

WASHINGTON, Feb. 23 (UP) Rep. T. James
Tumulty (D-N.J.) complained today that busted dictator
Juan Perort of Argentina is staying in a Panama hotel
owned by the United States Government.
He called on the State Department and the Army
first to throw Peron out of the hotel and second to ask
the Panamanian government "to tell this bum to hit the
Tumulty, who made a trip to the Canal Zone in De December
cember December with a House Merchant Marine Subcommittee,
said Peron is a guest at the Hotel Washington in Cris Cristobal
tobal Cristobal in the Republic of. Panama, where he has obtained
asylum. )
He said the hotel is owned by the Panama Canal
Co., which, he said, is a completely-controlled U.S. Gov Government
ernment Government corporation.
Tumultv said he has kept sWj Washington Hotel to the Rcaub-

lence since December in the be-
lief that Peron would show some
repentence for his "outrages" in1

Argentina. But he said he was( a condition of the transfer,
provoked to protest by Peron's! Tumulty said he has no idea
recent statement that he would what country would accept Pe Pe-purge
purge Pe-purge 1,000,000 of his enemies ifron if he were expelled from'
he ever returns to power. Panama. But he had one sugges sugges-"We
"We sugges-"We shouldn't have to put vtion.

with every murderer that comew

along," Tumulty said. tne Sahara wnere he can't do
-"The hotel wouldn't tolerate any. damage," he said. "Bpskv
au '-.obnoxious drunk.. P-tronjn -vill t'.ve, Lai-A-j,iV";v-fcf

should -be treated like any otacr
He said he believes the Pan.
amanian people do not want
Peron in their m'dst.
Hi also nredicted that the
Panamanian government wouia
ask him to leave if prodded by
this r.ountrv. desDite the tradi
tional Latin American principle
of political asyium.
"Pernn Is not like the ordinary
Latin American dictator," Tum
ulty said. "He's something spe special.
cial. special. Compared to him, the
Frankenstein monster and Dra-
cula were Rover Boys."
Tumulty said that he intends
to bring up the matter when the
House considers legislation to
carry out the U-S.-Panama Trea
ty. The Treaty would give the
Million Dollars
In Jewelry Bound
For Panama
A 'million dollars worth of Jew
elry will arrive at Panama to tonightThis
nightThis tonightThis Jewelry will be ex exhibited
hibited exhibited at Hotel El Panama on
Saturday at 8:30 p.m., through
the cooperation of Cartier oi
New York.
The National Guard and the
Secret Police will escort the Jew Jew-elrv
elrv Jew-elrv to a safe rilace that for se
curity reasons cannot be divulg divulged.
ed. divulged. Tickets for this exhibition are
on sale at Hotel El Panama and
cost $2.50 a person. Reservations
should be made at the maitre
off:?? of the hotel.
"The Million Dollar Show" Is
to" raise funds in order to "get
polio vaccine for Panamanian
children, and It is sponsored by
the Polio vaccine Committee,
headed by the wife of the Pres President
ident President of Panama, Mrs. Olga A
de Arias.
Susoected Cases
Of Polio Found
In RP Interior
four cases' of suspected polio
have been discovered In Santia Santiago,
go, Santiago, Veraguas, Dr. Alberto Bissot
Jr., chief of Public Health, de declared
clared declared today.
Bissot said one of the pa patients
tients patients WAS PYnpplfH in Qr-Hva tn.
day at Santo Tomas Hospital,
wnere a -runner examination
will be made to establish wheth whether
er whether the patient's ailment is po poliomyelitis.
liomyelitis. poliomyelitis. Two of the cases renortedlv
are connected with the Santiago
wurmai. acnooi. One is a little
boy from a settlement near San Santiago
tiago Santiago and the fourth is a female
resident of the city.

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lie of Panama.
He said he would ask Cun-
gress to make Peron's eviction
"Stick him in the middle of
wluc s to come."
Of CZ Workers
Being Planned
Establishment, of one nr mnra
super-markets in Panama to ca-
ier to tnose canal zone employ employes
es employes who will lose their commis commissary
sary commissary privileges at the end of the
year is being planned bv the
Consumers' Cooperative Club..
iwemDersnip in the coopera cooperative,
tive, cooperative, founded last vear. will tint
be confined to Canal Zone em employes.
ployes. employes. Sharps will ho solH of tq aih
although nn memhpr will h al.
lowed to own more than inn
shares, n snnkpsman for th lnV
Officers nf t.hp liih Winri
Raul Reid C, president; Victor
uipo, secretary, and : Damaso
Salazar, treasurer.
A lecture on the cooperative
movement in Puerto Rico will
oe given tomorrow night at the
Pacific Service Center by Miss
Aura Correa nf fiprvlfins Tntpr-
americanos Cooperatives (SI-
CAP) under the sponsorship of
uie ciuo.
Miss Correa recently visited
the Caribbean U.S. possession
where she made an extensive
study of the cooperative move movement.
ment. movement. The meeting at which she will
speak begins at 7:30 p.m. and Is
open to the general public.
Co!cn Mart er Case
CoRliiwcd To March
A murder case involving tht
stabbing of a Colon resident last
New Year's Eve, was continued
vesterrlaw In tha TT S! nutrif-t.
Court at Cristobal until March
The riVfpnrfant. Ashtnn W
Franklin, an unemployed paint
er, pieaaea seir-aeiense wnen
tho rn.Qo woe first hparH lnf
iJan. 4. According to testimony
oiierea acme nme, tne alleged
stabbing of Clifford Armstrong
took place after a quarrel over
a dice game on Boundary Street
In the Cnnal Znnp nhnnt 4 n m
of New Year's Eve.
No bail was set in the case
which was bound over for trial
in the District Court last month.
One of the witnesses who tes testified
tified testified said the argument between
Franklin and Armstrong devel developed
oped developed over a dime.
Armstrong was stabbed in the
chest and neck and died shortly
after receiving the wounds.

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"t? Than' you for printing my last letter. By substituting the
- Alall Box lor the usual editorial column, you proved long ago

..""that your sole Interest Is to print all the news wnen you can
- ,'et It, and that you do not have the. least desire to innuence
! J-nuhlic oninion bv taklna Sides.

There teems to be a

Z VP. AP and other sources of foreign news to suppress unorma-
fjion from Argentina while they carry on a smear campaign

.against leron.
"" T.ik flrtvprtispr who sell

- rtition of certain qualities, these defamers of Peron endlessly
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w : reiieraie taai ne looiea tne government, uiai ne ciosca ta rriuu
I "and that he hates Americans.1, Occasionally they slip up and
1nartvirtntlw ritsnatrh a eraln of truth. :

f In your paper of Feb. 13,

part of wnich I am going to quote:
Z "Government officials who opened the sealed envelope con-
- talning sworn statements of personal wealth of Peronist per-
- tonalities, made when they came to power, found Eva Peron
claimed to possess cash and Jewels worth 1,300,000 pesos then

: about 8400,000 and a house m tne coiegiaies suDuro.-;
Peron mentioned that his wife received an -Inheritance from

- D. Alberto Dodero. When she died, Peron in turn inherited It
from her. This explains why Peron has sufficient money to live

in retirement.
Apparently La Prensa, seized for evasion of taxes, was the
only newspaper closed. If there were others, the news services
would use the fact in their diatribe against Peron.
As for Peron hating Americans, that Is ridiculous. He "had
never heard of me, yet he was very glad to talk with me. The

Naval station. They wanted to

go aiong as interpreter.
We found him in the lobby of the Washington Hotel with
some frlenoa. They were just leaving for a drive, but Peron
greeted me warmly. :
When I told him that the two Navy men wanted to meet
him he semed sorry that they had been kept waiting and Im Immediately
mediately Immediately walked over to where they were standing. We talked
a few minutes and then he said that he wanted to present each
of them with a signed photograph, two of which he had been
holding in his hand. He had the men write their names on a
piece of paper, after which he dedicated a picture to each.
During my first talk with him I remarked that he was being
. very kind to talk so long to a nobody. He laughed and said: "Well,
I am Just a nobody myself." Even Mr. Calhoun named prominent
Americans who know and like him.
Peron told me that the new government has outlawed his
party on the ground that the people of Argentina have repu repudiated
diated repudiated it. Logically, he asked: "If that is true, why don't they
let the people say so at the polls?"
Peron doesn't believe that he Is actually needed now, for
he said that the people know how to get their rights. He said:
"At first the workers needed someone to teach and guide them,
but not any more, and l?hogh they-may have it touati for a
while,' they will know how to take care of themselves."
He doesn't, know If he will be called back to power and
doesn't seem to care. He says that he is 60 years old and is
glad to be able to rest after doing a hard task well.
While in office, he says, he frequently worked from 6 a.m.
until 10 p.m. He will talk with anybody about what he and his
party did. He just doesn't act like a man with a guilty con-
science. ':V- ,"',.; v ;;'v;'
Why do not our news services tell us what is happening In
Argentina since Peron left? Why does the Feb. 13 Issue of rime
devote four psges on the Inauguration of Brazil's new presi president
dent president and also rjrlnt shorter articles about Other Latin American

countries without mentioning

being made? Why does Newsweek also remain siient7
How do the tieoole of Areentina feel about the new govern'

ment? Are they holding celebrations, sullenly accepting the mill"'
- tary dictatorship, or are they rioting in protest? If the press
would tell us these things, yte would, know definitely whether
Peron was deceiving me or telllnsr the truth.
If Peron was a dictator, as the press says, It would bolster
their charges against him if they could state that the people
are Jubilant because of the change.
c If the opposite is true and the majority of the people like
Peron, the press may not dare to speak the truth for fear that
If it did all the news services would be kicked out of the country.
( I am a great admirer of Benjamin Franklin and all this
reminds me of something he once wrote: "If all printers were
determined not to print anything until they were sure It would
. effend nobody, there would be very little printed." Although
Peron does not hate us, our press is giving him a very good
-..reason. ,.

Whether Peron, or a member
I am' sure that he will always
while he was our neighbor. We
the undying gratitude botn or
tina by being friendly toward
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meet Peron and asked me to
Argentina where much history is
of his party, becomes president
remember how we treated him
have a rare opportunity to win
mm and oi tne people oi Argen
him while he is with us.
An American Cithen

Peter Edson

Infornution Asency operatives
have taken to compiling an annual
Comrade Josef Miller t joke book.
Whenever a Communist nifty seeps
throuM the Iron Curtain, it s cop
ied down and pasted up. In the
courie of time they nave a so-
called humoroui encyclopedia of
what life is really like in the
workers' paradise. Some of the
ttories are pretty corny. But for
whatever they're worth, here's a
flection from the latest review.
It is offered now as a commen commentary
tary commentary on the speeches of Khrush Khrushchev
chev Khrushchev and Buleanin before the 20th
Communist Party Congress in Mos Moscow,
cow, Moscow, hailing the triumph of the
workers' paradise:
A Russian traveler came to
Prapno nri immediately beean
bragging abojut the wonders of So
viet medical science.
"We have a doctor in the Soviet
TTtiinn ha tnlri the f!zerh "who
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operated on a blind man and gave
him a new pair ot eyes, so uiai
now he can see again."
"Tha' nothine." said the
Czech, "One of our doctors oper
ated on a man wno naa tost nis
fingers. He was given cow's teats
In their Dlace. Now he gets milk
from them."
"Who saw that?" asked the Rus
sian suspiciously.
"The blind man to whom your
doctor gave eyes."
Tun Uim0riani were gurvevuie
the ice-bound streets of Budapest.
"It's a disgrace," said the first
gloomily. When are they going to
clear away au uus sjiow ana ice;
"Haven't you heard?" asked the
second. "They're using the latest
Russian invention."
"What is that?"
"Why the sun, of course."
fnmmtin it efforts to eet refu
gees to return to their homelands
have been a dismal flop. The first
batch of returnees had not been
hirlc ton before this story was
circulated in Berlin:
The East German minister of
health was going through a hos
pital. Observing a group of men
banging their neaas againsi wau,
he asked who they were and why
they acted that way.
"Oh," explained the escorting
Jt, OTtiav'ra illlt hlinch Who
recently returned voluntarily from
the West."
A crack, current In Prague, goes
like this: ; .
"In Czechoslovakia, unoer com-
...;m w hav pftmniete free-;
dom of choice in regard to our
jobs. We can choose oetween going
to work' in the uranium mines of
our own accord, or we cn choose
to go to work there under eom-
pulsioiy -:
A v Communist census V official
asked a grizzled Ukraniart villager
his age. '-C-.v
Tnv 27,". he Tephed.. v ;
TV nraa an nhvlfllislv false that
the census official suggested the
old man might nave miscaicuiaiea.
. w.u aaM the old-timer. I m
really 65 But 'these last 38 years
you don't call that living, do
In Plovidid, Bulgaria, a hen was
found hung by the neck from one
of the town:hall gates. Below it
thii nntire:
"I decided to end my days, be because
cause because 1 found it impossible to lay
the number of eggs required by
the state.". ;
A refusee reports this conversa
tion overheard in Warsaw.
"No, I hadn't heard tnat com
rade Jan had died. In fact, l dian'i
even know that he naa oeen ar
A new vocabulary of oppression
has developed in satellite coun countries.
tries. countries. Here are a few typical def definitions:
initions: definitions: ,
r.nmmunlsm a form of gov
ernment in which everything that
is not forbidden is compulsory.
Winter palaces correctional
prison cells.
Pigeon, breeders landless peas peasants.
ants. peasants. Forget-me-nots cigarets that
have to oe punea on qonunuousiy,
to prevent their going out.
Transferred to a key industry
You will engage in recreation
banished to a labor eamp.
Holder of a dissident epinion
anyone who has escaped to a free
country. ;
New Lawyer Joins
PanCanal Staff
Richard W. Roe, formerly de deputy
puty deputy District Attorney for Kern
County in California, arrived on
the Isthmus this week to take o o-ver
ver o-ver his new duties as attorney
in the omce of the uenertl coun counsel
sel counsel of the Panama Canal.
A native of Oklahoma City, Ok
ie., Roe attended San Diego State
Collece and is a graduate of the
University of San Francisco Law
During the last World War he
served with the U. S. Army from
1943 te 194S in the European Thee
Mrs. Roe will join her husband
in the Canal Zone later.
Back tr 184C. the county commis
sioners refused to let Abraham
Lincoln makf a speech in the Jef Jefferson
ferson Jefferson County courthouse here
where he ran for presidential elec elector.
tor. elector. Now the courthouse displays a
reproduction of a rare photograph
taken ot Lincoln tor his presiden
tial campaign in 1860. The Illinois

secretary of state's office is pre-' commercials are more entertaining
senting the reproductions to countyithan most entertainer FranHa

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SVnNF.v: Australia The South
Pacific is getting so full of fresh
adventure that f am coin to go
have some pretty soon now, even
if it means getting me pretty little
head chopped. In New Guinea we
have just come up with a Russian
atihmarin Tallpedl off Fiii. and
of course there is the other sub
the British saw in the South China
Also we have two mystery ships
to keep us happy. One is the Joy-
ita, who was found playing t lying
Dutchman off Samoa, her deck deck-nmiaA
nmiaA deck-nmiaA am shed and all hands. 25
people, lost. Then there was the
40-ton ketch Arkanmoa, wnicn van vanished
ished vanished completely in the general
arpfi nf Ania where the Jovita
turned up crewless and clueless.
A 40-ton ketch is quite a hunk ot
ship to disappear.
All the time the murmur lias
been submarine, submarine. Now
a couple of skippers have clearly
identified the mystery craft as a
Russian K-class long range sub.
But nobody has satisfied me yet
Our recent tip that Margaret
truman and NBC would divorce
will be confirmed Feb. 14, the
parting date. A day or so earlier
her autobiog will begir in Good
Housekeeping. .The musical ver
sion of the book about the Mizners
will not enjoy the help of George
S. Kaufman, too ill. .Midtowners
report that Sir Laurence Olivier
wasn't happy about all that space
going to Marilyn Monroe. (Sir
Grapes?) t .Lillian Roth may do
a straight dnmatic role tor muciio
One on TV . .Look mag's" once onceover
over onceover of Jackie Gleason has a soap-
opera finale: "What lies ahead for
the rich,, lonely comedian, wno
nightly paces his Fifth Avenue
penthouse? . .An upcoming Brit British
ish British flicker has this quotable title:
"The Angel Who Pawned Her
Harp" .From Sheilah's col'm:
"Those torrid Gary Grant-brace
Kelly kisses in 'To Catch A Thief
will be dsleted from the re-showing
of that movie in Monaco. At the
request, I understand, of Prince
Kainer." (Fssst, ney rnncei wan
na .Mjy some oaoy pictures oi
When Rex Harrison arrived from
London, press agent Richard Man Man-ey
ey Man-ey told him to report to a studio
for photographs to be used in the
publicity for his new show, "Fair
Lady" r r.Re demurred: -''Can't
take photos. Haven't got my hair
piece'1 . ."Where is it?" asked
Maney. "In Customs!" pouted
Harrijon .So for two weeks, in indoors
doors indoors and out, Rex was photo 'd
with his hat on. .Corny, shmorny
Grand Old Opry's monthly TV
show outrates both Como and Glea Gleason
son Gleason in many southern cities.
Sinatra's "You'll Get Yours" sounds
like a cinch for jook-loot. Wink-sly
wordage. .Show biz can be ex exciting
citing exciting for the talented. Shirley Mac-
Laine, new a star, was a chorine
in "Kiss Me, Kate" not. too long
ago. .A little girl named Mitsuko
Sawamura steals scenes and your
neart in the "Meet Me in Las
Vegas" film..
Patti Page, the top Amellican sin singer
ger singer in Tokyo, opens there May
10th. Then to Hong Kong. .Th
Waltz, we are told remains king
in Vienna. Dance schools there
refuse to teach the Mambo, etc.
; .Listen to the new chune, "Miss "Missing,"
ing," "Missing," and see if it doesn't remind
you Of "Wanted" . ."The Naked
Night," the Swedish movie, deals
with such dainty themes as sad
ism, seduction, insanity and pov
erty. .The 'Bert and Harry"

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as to just how a sub would go about
sinking the personnel of the Joyita
without sinking the ship.
It suddenly occurs that th seas
are free anyhow, and if the Rus Russians
sians Russians are gallivanting around Fiji
and Samoa there could be nothing
really terribly sinister in it. The
weather's been so lousy every everywhere
where everywhere that maybe the Russians
are hunting a bit of sun.
Not to throw a damper on the
mystery submarine answer to the
mystery of the Joyita and the oth other
er other vessel with the long name, the
court in Apia comes up with the
idea that the weather's been so
awful out here lately anything
could happen. We have had gales
of hurricane force and flash floods
and semit-idal waves and cloud cloudbursts
bursts cloudbursts and all manner of unpleas unpleasant
ant unpleasant summer weather. The court in
Apia reckons a big nasty old wave
hit the Joyita, carried 25 people
away, and that was that. The other
boat, Arakarimoa, could, have hit
anything from a whale to a stump.
The weather has literally 1 been
inchell In
'Moby Dick" which Columbia plat platter
ter platter execs expect will out-rank Davyi
Crockett. .Then there's Verai
Lynn's waffle, "Such A Day,";
whkh is such a daydream. .Is;
that Joan McCracken (musical
comedy star) bedded with virus
pneumonia at Mt. Sinai hosp?. .
Anita Ekberg has a problem for
the United Nations. "Italian men,"
she complained, "pinch!"
Nat (King) Cole, a wow in Aus Australia,
tralia, Australia, memos that a lottery there
offers a hotel as 1st prize. Plus
$50,000 in cash. .Chita Rivera,
whose dancing stopped the show
in the musical, "7th Heaven," will
probably ditto in : "Mr. Wonder Wonderful"
ful" Wonderful" .If you've been wondering
about the name "Zanra" listed as
producer of the Lucy-Desi movie,
it is Arnaz backwards. .Esquire
describes Las Vegas this way:
"125 chorines and a plethora of
bosom"-'.'. .The French are so
French. "Riviera," a new Gallic
import, concerns a sinftn lady, who
takes her little girl on a vacation
..."Advice to a' Young Critic," a
new bookincludes Shaw's: "Jour "Journalismwhen
nalismwhen "Journalismwhen it gets hold of a will willing
ing willing and capable horse, walks him
to death at forty and leaves his
ghost walking painfully for another
twenty or thirty" .Only 5 shows
are sellouts. "Damn Yankees" be
ing the only musigal.
The March issue of Movieland
confidently reports: "Don't, be tak
en m hy the romance rumors about
regal Grace. There's no important
male on her mind right now. Her
dates at Hollywood parties and
premiers have been purely on the
Platonic side take it from us. She
won't be settling down for a long
time".-, .Imogene Coco who quit
her $100,000 per year contract on
the air, earned $400,000 in the past
six months. Moral: Security isn't
as valuable as talent. .Cyd Char Char-isse's
isse's Char-isse's tip for keeping hubby hap happy:
py: happy: "Treat as any other net. Three
meals a day, plenty of affection,1
a. loose leash and do not disturb
while eating." (Here, Tony! Here,
Tony!). .Tennessee Ernie's latest
mournful dirge. "That's Ail,"
sounds like "Why Dont'cha Do
Right?" brought up-to-date. .
There's hope for kids. Cosmopolitan
mag reports Phil Silvers was a
juvenile delink.
Alec Guinness was urged to star
in the upcoming Broadway stage
version of "Captain's Paradise,"
one of his funniest flics. He begged
off, saying he cannot sing or dance,
and the little hoofing he did in
that movie took 3 months to savvy

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so vile in ordinarily sunny Aus Australia
tralia Australia that I hate to think about
the typhoon country. Even the
sharks have quit biting people on
Bondi Beach for the simple reason
that the sharks cant handle the
surf. : -; .'
Everybody blames everythiny,
including the Joyita and foot rot
in the sheep stations, on the atom
bomb and the Russians. "Shock "Shocking
ing "Shocking weather," they say. "Must be
either ours or theirs," meaning the
But at least things are lively.
Pretty soon I shove off for New
Guinea, China, Japan, and some
other assorted places. If nobody
hears from i me in the home office
you can put it down to' the A A-bomb,
bomb, A-bomb, the Russians, the submar
rines, or a dastardly plot engineer engineered
ed engineered by McLean-Burgess and the
phantom crew of the ill-starred
Joyita. Something funny's going
on out in these parts, and I want
to be in' it. -5 -
As the Aujsies say,' you've got
to be in it to win it. -,
New Ydhi
Wonders of the World." due In
April. .Stan Freberg's fooling oni
NBC 'j "Comedy Hour was some
thing that program needed. Com Comedy
edy Comedy .Jade Gould, the TV assas
sin, now complains that there isnt
enough feminine pulchritude on the
air. He wants to see pretty girls
who do nothing but look pretty
, .Do you think a story about
an immigrant dressmaker, who is
two-timed by her husband, would
make an entertaining film? That's
the story of "The Rose Tattoo"
. .Kirk Douglas once worked at
bchrafft s as a soda-fizzician.
James Cagney's memoirs recap recapture
ture recapture a startler: That the late Har Harold
old Harold Ross, managing editor of the
New Yorker, once had a severe
nervous breakdown. Soon after
emerging from the silly-factory,
Cagney went to see him. Jimmy
admired a table in the room. 'Like
it?" inquired Ross. .Cagney nod
ded. ."I made it." explained
Ross, when I crazy" .All
you need is one good -recording hit
to scale the heights. Pianist Roger
Williams, whose Autumn Leaves"
revived that oldie, "enjoys- seeing
the vehet ropes up where He ap
pears. The Bitter With The Seet"
. .The Bittei With The Sweet"
is an easy-going, pleasant song. .
Great for Perry. Darryl Zanuck
surrendered a fancy salary because
what you earn is not as important
as What You Keep ... .After win winning
ning winning an award as top TV com
mentator (in Chicago) Tom Dug
gan resigned his $100,000 a year
job with ABC.
Lee M o r t i m e r's next book,
"Around the World Confidential,"
is due March 14. The first print
ing is sold out. The second is go going
ing going fast, the third has been or
dered. Looks like a record advance
sale, at least 50,000. .Is there noth
ing real in Hollywood? Now we
read that the horses in many films
wear false tails!. .The Mai. In
The Gray Flannel Suit" has ro romance,
mance, romance, adventure and excitement
. .Julius LaRosa's first Victor
waffle is a click. "Lipstick, Candy
and Rubber Sole Shoes" . -Nobody
can figger out why Sarah
Vauhan. the recordinn star,
owns six Cadillacs. .East of
Eden" (which stars the late James
Dean) is the top American grosser
in Italy. .Arthur Kennedy, who
is so good in the new Theatre Guild
hit, "Time Limit!" flunked out in
freshman year at the Carnegie
Tech Drama School. .Johnnie Kay
has gone mad over another "Cry
nnir- Ynn Don't Have to Be a
ftahu in frv." hnw-tonDina tor-
chant. .It's been buried on the

WASHINGTON The pressure on!
President Eisenhower is stiil con-;
tmuin. The orpssnr in nm .Amr,.!

from Ihree general groups:
1. The paiace guard ihe bovs
in the White House who want to
keep their jobs. They are just as
ardent as the Democrats who work worked
ed worked under Roosevelt and Tru Truman
man Truman and who were determined that
tneir boss must run again
2. The big politicoes tOP lead leaders
ers leaders on Capitol Hill like Joe Martin
plus GOP Chtirman Len Hall
don't see any way the party can
do without iKe, and they demand
that he run.
3. The business brain-trusters
Up in New York men like Gen.
Lucius 'Clay, former commander
of American traops id Germany:
Sidney Weinberg, head of the giant
Wall Street firm Goia man man-Sachs;
Sachs; man-Sachs; and ex-Governor Tom Dew Dewey,
ey, Dewey, believe Ike is essential to
save the peace and our economic
way of life plus their point of
view regarding American busi business.
ness. business.
Tnere have been sobering
thoughts, however, since ex-Gover-
nnr OxuraM Wsct nf nr.m.
cused other Republicans of mur-i
oeung uovernor raw ratterson oi
"The death of Paul Patterson
was noi only a tragedy," sair ex ex-Governor
Governor ex-Governor West, himself a Republi Republican.
can. Republican. "It was murder. He was
forced into a Senate race by selfish
members of the Republican party
imbued with an obsession to beat
Wayne Morse."
NOTE Governor Patterson had
a heart condition. After deciding
to take on the campaign against
Wayne Morse he had a heart at attack.
tack. attack. Ike, thanks to outside pres pressure,
sure, pressure, had urged him to run,
There was a good reason why
Eisenhower held up his second re reply
ply reply to Premier Bulganin on a U.S. U.S.Soviet
Soviet U.S.Soviet friendship pact after firing
the first reply back in Buiganin's
teeth. He found he had fallen
into a Soviet trap.
John Foster Dulles, as usual,
had acted without consulting his
advisers, especially astute U. S.
Ambassador Chip Bohlen in Mos
cow, Instead, Foster acted as if
Joe McCarthy was glowering over
his shoulder.
The trap Eisenhower fell into
w.s that the Kremlin wants more
than anything else to show us up
as not wanting peace.
Most in.portant popular develop development
ment development in Russia today, Ambas
sador Bohlen has advised, is that
the Russian people have come to
believe the Kremlin's peace propa
ganda, as a result, today tney
could not easily be stampeded into
war. .
In the past, the Kremlin has had
the whip-hand in starting war. It
has no Congress to consult, no
critical newspapers to worry about,
or commentators to goad it. War
could have been declared in the
past at the drop of a hat.
But since the Kremlin's peace
propaganda has taken hold, sud
den action would be difficult.
This was the reason for Bulgan
in's two friendship notes, namely,
to trao the United States into re
buffing Russian friendship so the
Kremlin can reverse itself and
point out that the U.S. has spurned
Russian lrienasnip, tnat me
wants war.
This is'why our Allies, plus skilled
U.S. diplomats, wish Eisenhcwer
had not been so hasty in slapping
down the first Buleanin note.
If he had waited a day or two to
consult with Prime Minister Eden,
he could have let Eden share re
sponsibility for his slap-down. Or
he could have waited longer to
appear to give the matter more
careful study.
That was why he waitert longer
to answer the second Buigamn note
which the Kremlin, having scored
in the first round for peace propa
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ganda, fired tack at Ike so quick-
One of the most effective thirds
Eisenhower did at Geneva, in the
opinion of this observer, v ho was
there, was to convince the peopia
of France, Italy, Germany, Greece,
et al, that the Unitec States genu genuinely
inely genuinely wants peace. Eisenhower
played his cards perfectlv, cut the
ground out from under Moscow'i
continual claim that the U.S. wants
But today as a result of Bui Buiganin's
ganin's Buiganin's fast foot-work and the
Dulles-Eisenhower eager beaver
rush into his trap, part of Ike's
fine work at Geneva has been neu neutralized,
tralized, neutralized, r"
What Ike and Dulles did on the
first note was to operate U.S. for for-eign
eign for-eign policy as if Joe McCarthy
was still glowering over their shoul shoulders.
ders. shoulders. When the second note ar arrived,
rived, arrived, they finally realized that
Joe's glowers are now feeble and
faded, and that the had fallen

into a neat Kussian trap.
" 9ueen Eliza'ueth probably will
visit the United States sometime
next winter. There have been pre
liminary soundings between Lon
don and the State Department ...
The reason Harry Truman has
turned down offers to cover the two
national conventions for big news newspaper
paper newspaper syndicates is that he couldn't
work backstage as a newshawk
and remain on a confidential ba basis.
sis. basis. "I couldn't do what I hope, to
do and at the same time write a a-bout
bout a-bout it," he confided to a friend
. ; Senator Lyndon Johnson says:
"My doctor wants me to get off
the digitalis." He's going back to
Texas for a rest ... Unfortunate
fact is that after returning for the
opening of Congress- in January,
Lyndon spent about two weeks in
Florida and Cuba, now is going
back to Texas for another' two
weeks. And Lyndon is almost 20
years younger than Eisenhower .
The appointment of ex-Congressman
O.K., Armstrong of Missouri
as a commissioner to invesigate
the morals of Indians, shows how
slipshod Doug McKay is in running
the Interior Department. He didn't
know that Armstrong had been con convicted
victed convicted of income tax evasion. Mc McKay
Kay McKay fired the alert, career pub public
lic public servants from the Interior De Department,
partment, Department, so has no one left to
protect him. Under the old curmud curmudgeon,
geon, curmudgeon, Harold, Ickes, and his pro protege.
tege. protege. Oscar Chapman, the Inter Interior
ior Interior Department had developed the
best beagle-eyed protectors of the
national domain I have ever seen
in Washington. But they've "been
scattered to the four winds.
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, WASHINGTON'. Feb. 23 (UPV (UPV-.
. (UPV-. The Senate .voted overwhelmingly
yesterday to set up a special eight eight-man
man eight-man committee to investigate any
attempt to influence "improperly
and illegally" any senator, Senate
candidafe or government employe.
The vote was 79 to 1. The lone
."no" vote was cast by Sen. Wil William
liam William Langer (R-N.D.).
The investigation grew out of the
disclosure, during the recent nat natural
ural natural gas bill fight, that Sen. Fran Francis
cis Francis Case (R-S.D.) has been offered
a $2,500 ''campaign contribution"
from the "personal funds" of oil oilman
man oilman Howard B. Keck.
The Senate's action signalled the
most sweeping congressional in inquiry
quiry inquiry in years into abuses of one
of the basic principles of the Bill
of Rights the right of the peopl
to petition their government 'for
a redress of grievances."
President Eisenhower v e t o e d
the gas bill, which would have ex exempted
empted exempted natural gaa producers
from direct federal price controls,
because of "arrogant" attempts
by a amall segment of the indus industry
try industry to influence the Senate in fa favor
vor favor of the measure. J
A special committee is investi investigating
gating investigating the Case incident. But Sen Senate
ate Senate Republican and Democratic
leaders decided that a broader in inquiry
quiry inquiry by another, special commit committee
tee committee into all forms of improper lob lobbying
bying lobbying was warranted.
A resolution establishing the
new bipartisan committee was
sponsored by Senate Democratic
Leader Lyndon B. Johnson of Tex Texas
as Texas and Sen. GOP Leader William
T. Knowland of California.
As it went to the Senate floor,
the resolution would have author authorized
ized authorized an inquiry into any illegal or
improper attempt to influence senators,'-
:' -'
But at the suggestion of John Johnson,
son, Johnson, the Senate unanimously
broadened the resolution to in-

lldYstiian Jailed For
Failing To Reveal
InformaiSon Source
FORT WORTH, Tex.. Feb. 23 23-(UP)
(UP) 23-(UP) Publisher William Pres Pres-cott
cott Pres-cott Allen, who spent the night in
jail for refusing to answer a grand
jury question, went back before
the same grand jury todday, ap apparently
parently apparently willing to talk.
aiion' n minlisner of the Lare

do, Tex., Tunes and newspapers

at Montrose, coto., ana juneau, a a-laska,
laska, a-laska, was thrown into jail by
rviminol nicfrirt JtiHffe Dave Mc-

Gee for refusing to tell the grand

jury where he got his intormauon
about purported eambling and
.., in Vnrt' Wnrth

- Allen said he -was treated well

In the Tarrant county jau.

UACClb XV fc". c.---
tine treatment I have no com complaint."
plaint." complaint." He was asked what he meant
by the "Argentine treatment."
"Roino thrown into iail when It

was too late to go before the court

of criminal appeals lor a wru,
Allen said.
He went before the grand jury,
which was called into special ses session
sion session at 9:20 a.m.
Late yesterday Allen was put in
a misdemeanor tank with a dozen
men who had been j a i 1 e d on
charges of drunkeness and aggra aggravated
vated aggravated assault,
l!ov; Drilling Dsvice
For Gull Undsr Way
HOUSTON. Tex. -(UP)- The
oil industry is going to beat a path
to the door of the man who de designs
signs designs a better piece of equipment
for drilling in the Gulf of Mexico.
"The Offshore Structure and
p c r.1 Itnnctnn isn't fear-

ful that its front door will be bat battered
tered battered in this week," said Harold
LeBourgeois, Houston Post ml edi editor,
tor, editor, "but it docs believe it has hit
on a design that will get the job
done from shothole drilling in the
surf to drilling in 600 feet of water.
The new device, called the "Scis "Scissors,"
sors," "Scissors," is a brainchild of Ivan W.
Mangone, one of four partners In
the firm. :" ....
The "scissors" unit consists of a
drilling rig on a barge with four
legs that float lengthwise at angles
to the barge while it is being
towed into position.
When the barge reaches location,
the legs are simply upended by
a winch and lowered to the ocean
floor. ,
Mangone lists the principal fea features
tures features of the "scissors" as a quick
and easy move to or from location,
a low center of gravity for safe
towing, adaptation to deep water
and lowering of drilling costs.

elude any senatorial candidate and On Firm's Prcflls
at tiie suftestion of Sen. J. vii-j
uams Fuionjjht (D-Ark.), a spon- WASHINGTON. Feb. 23 (UP) (UP)-sor
sor (UP)-sor of the gas bul, any enip.oye; William M. Alien, president of
of the executive branch. Rins Airnlane Co.. said today

Tne resolution, as tmallv adODt- m.-irnmpnt restriction on nrofits

ed, directed the eight member; are hampering industry's, efforts
Crmin fA inujictirratn all nt . . :

t.-i- w .u.v.6an ... iiciuii io outproduce nussia.

iu iiuiuchlc lmjuupeny or uiegai-

ly the Senate or any member

tnereor or any candidate there

I feel very strongly,'

told House investigators,

'that we

for, or any otiicer or employe ofare not being given the opportuni-

ir.e executive Drancn ot tne gov- ty profit-wise to develop the

ernment, through campaign con

tributions, political activities, lob-

Bymg or any and all other activi

ties or practices."

In an impassioned plea for ap

proval of tne resolution, Johnson

assured the Senate that the inves

tigation would cover "any and all

attempts to influence the Senate
illegally and improperly."
Isoting that Knowiand had joined
in sponsoring the inquiry, he said:
"It is our purpose to be unstint

ing m our etforts to guarantee to
the nation that every relevant fact
is exposed to the broadest and
brightest light of day."

"It is our hope." he said, "that

this investigation will have the ac active
tive active support and full approval of
the entire Senate."

Johnson said the eroiro would

have "every power needed to in

vestigate campaign contributions.

loooying ana any ana an other
atempts to influence the Senate

illegally." He said the e r o u d

would not have to determine a
practice illegal before investigat

ing li li-Ile
Ile li-Ile said the special committee
would not only try "to expose any

misconduct but would also at

tempt to make any recommenda

tions for correcting "abuses" of

the lobbying or election laws.

"The investigating committee

could make recommendations to

govern the nation for years to

come," he said.

Johnson said it was proper that

the eight member committee's!

membership be equally divided be between
tween between Democrats and Republi Republicans,
cans, Republicans, because "each party has an
equal stake in the outcome."
Knowland, backing up Johnson's
plea, said Congress recognizes the
ritrht nf nrffaniTstinnn tn notitinn

Congress as "lobbyists." But he'

jam uiai 15 enuieiy uuiureiu

from any illegal or improper acti-i
Vities." j

"i want io Know n mere nas
been any improper activity by any
lobbyist," he said.

strength that is essential for us to

do the job we are called upon to
do." v
He called current efforts of the
Government Renegotiation Board
to cut down plane p r o f 1 1 s as
"shocking . appalhng . .sick .sick-enine."
enine." .sick-enine." The board reviews govern

ment contracts to recover what it

considers to be excessive profits.

Allen also criticized industry for
what he called its failure to gwe
enoueh attention to defense or

ders. He told a House Armed
Services subcommittee "the ma manufacture
nufacture manufacture of B52's should mean as
much as the manufacture of Thun Thun-derbirds
derbirds Thun-derbirds and TV sets." ;

He said Boeing had considerable
trouble with subcontractors during

the Korean War. They were more
interested in civilian work than in

military orders, he said, because

of the bigger, proms mvoivea.

"Thev out the dollar sign ahead

of the country?" asked Rep. Paul

Cunningham (R-Iowa.).
"Yes, sir," Allen replied.

The subcommittee Is trying to
determine whether planemakers
are reaping excessive profits on

government contracts.


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fiome of those times are: Upon
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guest in the friend's home, and,
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Wilmarth S. Lewis, who directs
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said that was Walpole's secret, the i
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SPRING CLEANING Bob jGrim, Yankee's right-hander, dusts
off his cap while getting things ready for trip south from hi
Brooklyn home. Grimpcur much of last year with a bad arm.
says he is jn excellent shape.

Slake advance appointments
for our Regular Servicing.

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Uniform in sire, smooth-skinned, never tough like the other.

"My Snow Crop Peas grow high in the Idaho
mountains where hot days and cool nights
make peas sweeter, firmer, far more tender

Snow Crop lima Baant 1
"Each sweet, tender
bean is deep-frozen ao
fast that it reaches you
with all the flavor of
limas fresh from the
field. Choose tiny, tender
Baby Limas or large,
luscious Fordhooks,
' whichever you prefer.".

than peas grown in the lowlands. Picked at the
very peak of flavor, my Snow Crop Peas are
deep-frozen while they're still dewy-fresh.

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Snow Crop Cornl
"Each tender kernel of
my Snow Crop Corn tastes
as if it were grown and
picked in your own
back yard and popped
right into the pot. It's
all famous variety
Golden Cross corn
whether Snow Crop
fresh-frozen Corn on the
Cob or Cut Corn."

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scarlet, sun-ripened red 1
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Written for NEA Srcic
ALGIERS, Algeria. Feb. 23
(UP)-. Moslem Algerian Troops
mutinied against their French of officers
ficers officers and joined a bloody attack
j7si3nates tmb
Arabian Camel.
by 130 rebel terrorists Sunday, it
! was reported today,
i French officers sail they lost 11
dead and 20 wounded in a wither wither-.
. wither-. ing crossfire set up by the 52 rati-
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Sooth West North East
1 4 Pass 2 Pew
2 Pass A pas
3N.T. Pass U Paw
PiUt Pass
Opening lead J

Both North and South bid their
hands to the hilt today, and tlie

result was a slightly shaky con

tract. Exchange the East-West

cards, however, and South would
have an easy time making the

game contract. J

When the hand was played, West
opened the jack of diamonds and
declarer planned his play quite
carefully. His object was to make

the opponents do his guessing for

bun, if possible.
Declarer won the first trick in
dummy with the kins of diamonds

and returned a club. The king of

clubs lost to the ace, and West
continued with another diamond,
taken by dummy's king.

Declarer next ruffed dummy's
remaining diamond, cashed the
queen of clubs, and ruffed his own
lust club 'in the dummy. This put
linn in position to finesse'the seven

of spades around to west s queen.
West couldn't afford to return a
trump, since that would cost him
his trump trick. Ilis only choice
was between the heart and the
cuib. After deep thought, West de decided
cided decided that South must have at
least three hearts and that a single
ti'scard would therefore do him no
good. Kor this reason, West re re-finned
finned re-finned his.tast club.
Declarer ruffed In dummy and
discarded the sev-en of hearts. He
'next led a spade from dummy,
going tip with the ace when East
showed out. Another .' round of
trumps put West In once more.

At this pomi wesi naa 10 ieau i
heart for lack of anviliing rUe.
South had to nmss whether Wr'
was leading from the jack r
from the king of hearts. Tins
wasn't hard, since West had
already shown up with 11 points in
high cards outside of the heart
suit. If West had also held the king
of hearts, he probably would have
taken some action during the bid bidding.
ding. bidding. For this reason, South played
"a low- heart from dummy, thus
- trapping East's king of hearts. The
contract was fulfilled by catching,
West In two successive end plays.

WENNO, S. l. (UP) The
Roxy Theater in Menno is giving
away : hams and bacons..' on its
bank nights -in.; an -effort to help
... thV farm "oroblcm Man-

and the terrorists.
They said they killed fo of the
attackers and wounded many otn
ers despite odds of four to one
against them. The rebels seized
most of the French arms and am ammunition,
munition, ammunition, however.
The attack took place in the
vast triangle in the Oran depart department
ment department along the Moroccan border
which the French evacuated of
residents Saturday and Sunday.
It was believed the largest mu mutiny
tiny mutiny that has occurred in the
fighting in North Africa. French
authorities were reported .serious .seriously
ly .seriously concerned.
French officers said thev be

lieved a Moslem "chief corporal"
who disappeared from the 50th
Algerian Sharpshooter Battalion
three days before the attack led

the mutiny.

A, band of rebels attacked the

Constantine last night, killing one
French soldier and wounding
another. They cut telephone lines
and damaged railroad tracks
when they withdrew.


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aer Merle Bums says the re-

utmnso has been "excellent.1'

Blasphemy 01 Jesus
By Conimie Youths
Angers Churchmen

BERLIN'. Feb. 23 (UP) The
Evangelical Church accused the
Communists in the East German
city of Brandenburg today of
mocking Jesus Christ with an "un "unbelievable
believable "unbelievable insult to Christianity,
and blasphemy."
The church ordered the silenc silencing
ing silencing of all church bells and the
holding of services of penance In
Brandenburg to atone for the in incident,
cident, incident, The church announcement said a
member of the Communist youth

dedication committee appeared in
the role of Jesus in a public car carnival
nival carnival in Brandenburg last Tues Tues-lay
lay Tues-lay giving a mock blessing and
a narodv of a sermon.

The focal Communist paper,
Waerklsche Volksstimme, decrib decrib-ed
ed decrib-ed tt this way:
"The second day of carnival be be-pan
pan be-pan with a triumphal march of
? II--fun lovers, Wonderful cos'uines

vc-fe' there and all sorts of cha characters
racters characters ranging f torn. Bedouin';
and Mexicans to Jesus, who had
come down from Heaven to warn
the sinners, but who was not a a-vcre
vcre a-vcre to alcohol himself."
The Evangelical C h u r c h an an-nouncement
nouncement an-nouncement said: "An unbeliev unbelievable
able unbelievable case of. insult to Christianity

and hlasphomy has caused the
church in the city of Brandenburg
to order penitential services and to
silence church bells for the time
Two Williston sisters, Joy Eileen
Vandeberg and Lornr. Vandeberg,
will have plenty of police protec protection
tion protection at their weddings this spring.
Roth eirls. are marryint? members

of the Williston police department

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Philip's lif ts rilled wttb bruises.
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Frankfurters And Kraut
Jtj Staffers
I'irh nolire for Indusion in this
eflliiran should tnbnnttrd la lpe lpe-rmeii
rmeii lpe-rmeii form d mailed ts anie f
the box Bumbtrt liid oji..v in "S-
and Oihrrewiw," er delivrrrd
y hnd to Uit etii, Noimh sf
annMilifj cauaot b acrrplcd bjr tele tele-pfiooc.
pfiooc. tele-pfiooc. Future Hope Juveniles
To Meet Mondey
F uture Hope Juvenile Jodge,
Loyal Order of Ancient Shepherds,
will convene a special meeting on
Monday at 6:30 p.m. Parents and
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. r...nw xroH(in oi aH rms Wpadmiarters In Panama

DIKING A SIMMA Vic..u National Red Cross by


iratinn rtiirina her stay here. The Count ana

Condessa de KaDago w,-,-" fVh.r r mnncration with this organ-

His Excellency the Minister of Foreign Relations, Mr. Al Alberto
berto Alberto Boyd, gave a farewell luncheon yesterday at 1 p.m. at
the Hotel EI Panama for the Ambassador of Spain, Count de
Rabago, who is join to a new post in Beirut.
Durlnjr the luncheon, the Foreign Minister, in 4he name
of the President of Panama, conferred the National Order of
Yasco Nunez de Balboa, Grand Cross, on the Count of Ra Ra-bajo.
bajo. Ra-bajo. ,r

Many Farewell Partisjt
Tendered Tho Ribagos

The Count and uoumess ue n

with the Canal Zone Art League,

will remain until March 10




TAWNY, FLXL-FLAVOKED knot, ui old friend, caa b firta
a new treatment when flavored, with caraway aad brown ngar.
NEA Food and Markets Editor

You can't beat it the combi

nation of kraut, frankfurters and
fluffy mashed potatoes rich with
Caraway Kraut and Frankfurters

' (Makes 4- servings)
One-quarter cup butter or mar

garine, 1 cup choppca onions, l

teaspoon caraway seeds, 1 Jo. 2

can sauerkraut, i laoiespoons

brown sugar, 6 frankfurters,- pre

pared mustard.

minutes. Make several slashes
across eacn frankfurter and
spread surfaces lightly with mus mustard.
tard. mustard. Place on top of sauerkraut;
cover and continue cooking 10 min minutes..1
utes..1 minutes..1 Kraut and Frankfurter Pit
. (Makes 4 servings)

One cup sifted all-purpose flour,
U teaspoon salt, 1-3' cup shorten shorten-in?.
in?. shorten-in?. 2-3 run rratprl nmcH rhaA

The other day I had the pleasure nnred mustard. dar chw ? thl

of being shown through a man si t ter. 6 frankfurters, 1 No. 2 can
dream house. Melt butter or margarine; add j sauerkraut, drained, 1 6-ounce can
Though his wife went along on Unions and caraway seeds andtomato paste, 2 tablespoons finely
Ihp Fnndurtnd tour of the ruomS. rnnlr until nninns are tondcr Arid rlinnnul nniAi. i v.l i 1

iMMii uiaue u. vicMt nidi n w I saucrKiaui ana Drown suKar; cov- suear. a cud sour rrpim t .,.".

husband who had planned it aU.,er and cook over medium heat 30iblespoon butter or marcarine ilg? or?r J match was

guardians are asicd to attend.
33rd IkrJisnosfcip
Malchsj '-Scheduled
For March 12 -16
Announcement has been made
that the 33rd Infantry Regiment's

small arms marksmanship compe competition
tition competition matches will be conducted
on March 12 through 16 at Phifer
Range Participating in the meet
will be 15 members each from the
First, Second, Third and Provision Provisional
al Provisional battalions for a 'total aggregate
of 60 representatives.
Supervising the Post meet, as

wen as tne ranama Area Armed
Pofces and USARCARLB tourna tournaments
ments tournaments in April and Mav is Heaw

Mortar company under the com

mand of Capt. Clarence E. Mosley.
Assisting Mosley, who has been de designated
signated designated as assistant match exe executive
cutive executive officer in charge of coordin

ating the matches, are I.ts. Don Donald
ald Donald Martin and Johnnie W. Sum

mers, chief range officers, ind Lt
Thomas G.. Foster and Donald J

Green, statistical officers in charge
of score records.
To date, Second battalion Is the
only unit that has completed its
inter-company pistol team compe competition.
tition. competition. The match lasted four days
during which time 44 members

participated and fired over 4,000

A lawyer by profession, the

The artist, born in Panama, and proud owner ofthc ncwhouse con

bago, Spain's Ambassador to Pa-i educated in Quito, Ecuador, stu-;fesscd ne nad worked for 12 years

,mo nH hi rharmine wife, were

entertained at an Embassy lunch
Tuesday, Feb -22, by the Ambas Ambassador
sador Ambassador of the United Stated btates,
Mr. Julian Harrington and Mrs.

died art at the Acadcmia de Be- the nlnns ltp'rf evpn mai)( a

Uas Artes under the direction of j small modi of the house complete
his father, professor of art at the to the Jast built-in.
Mr. Ernesto is known for his The house was a model of effi effi-pale,tte
pale,tte effi-pale,tte knife technique in his oil iciency. U was as uncluttered as
nalntintfu whiih rtrcnt nnrtrnilia t a 'rmiica pnnht hp Fvprv Hptflil Of

A cocktail party in honor ; of the (landscapes' and seascapes of his living had been planned for.
distinguished departing diplomat native country. Striking in color The result was a house built
was tendered by Dona Matilda de contrasts, he" has captured .the around a family and its needs and

charm and feeling of the tropics interests with an ey to making

la Guardia in her home, yesier

day from 6:00 to 8.00.
Last night's dinner for the Ra Ra-bagos
bagos Ra-bagos took place at the residence
of Mr. Eugene Lombard, Execu Executive
tive Executive Secretary of the Canal Zone
and Mrs, Lombard.

in his scenes of Panama and its
interior places.
The artist has exhibited in Qui Quito,
to, Quito, Ecuador, Medellin and Bogota,
Colombia, and in Caracas, Vene Venezuela.
zuela. Venezuela. On the Isthmus, his works
have been shown at various exhi

bits in Panama, and he has had!

family life as easy and pleasant

as possibl.

Cass Graduates
Sunday Afternoon

Graduation exercises for the
1956 class of the cake-decorating
school, conducted by Mrs. Una
Kaveneau Birmingham, will be
hold Sunday aflprnnnn at 4 in the

It clearly showed what could be i pacific Service Center.

Mrs. Hmtr G. Abbtt (
Entertain At Luncheon
Mrs. Elmer G. Abbott was host

ess yesterday ''f1 sponsored by theIinistry of tdu-

iiw tr n U Ml III', LU1HI. - n


several one-man shows at t h e

i:SO-JWB Gallery. During the 1955
Panama National Art Cont r s t


Diablo Heights,

' Special guests Included: Mrs. E E-lizabeth
lizabeth E-lizabeth Babhidgev vho is visiting
her son-in-law and daughter, Capt
and Mrs. Howard. Johnson, of
Diablo Heights: Mrs. Ada Carle Carle-ton,
ton, Carle-ton, who is a house guest of her

cation in Panama, .Mr. Ernesto
won third prtee for his painting
"Newspaper Boy" which is cur currently
rently currently being shown at the USO USO-JWB
JWB USO-JWB Gallery.
On display are San Bias Indian
Girl, Taboga View, Chorrera, Ta Ta-boga
boga Ta-boga Seascape, Fisherman's Town,

Interior Landscape, scenery m

An invitation is extended to mil

itary personnel and their families,
and to the public, both of the Ca Canal
nal Canal Zone and the Republic of Pa Panama
nama Panama to attend the exhibit.
The USO-JWB Gallery, which Is
located at the USO-JWB Armed
Forces Service Center, is open
from 9:00 a.m. to 10:00 p.m. daily.

ion, c dInterior Landscape, scenery u
son-in-law and daugn er tapt. "o T.boM. The Market Street in Ta

"Mm Mortimer nui y"' r- v,.., u. ...

.-j tin Ren amin -.r. u". -ff

Burns from California, who is vis visiting
iting visiting her parents, Cap and Mrs.
fiton Baverstock of Balboa.
M!nir0n.9F.n.rrt. f G.rm.ny
His Excellency Georg Count de
Pappenheim, Charge d' Affaires ad
interim of the German Federal Re Re-Dublic,
Dublic, Re-Dublic, gave a reception at the Par
Sama Golf Club yesterday eve eve-SinVfor
SinVfor eve-SinVfor Don Camilo Porras, new new-Ty
Ty new-Ty named Panamanian Minister to
Germany, and Mrs. Porras.
Exhibition of Cartitr Jewelry
At the Panama Hotel .
In order to collect funds for the
Polio Vaccination Campaign pre presided
sided presided over by Dona Olga A, de
Arias the Hotel El Panama will
. be toe scene, this. Saturday c
umptuous fashion show at which
.reXhibiUon of jewels worUi ml ml-lions
lions ml-lions of dollars of I the f a m ous
home of Carter, New YorK wui
brexhibited By young society
TTfmodels are Mesdames: Ana

..-, He. Andreve, Marceia

A' r-..o T.

de Ortega,


..riT,v;,i i rle Naceio, Hilda

V de Mercer, Marceia de la G G-Arias
Arias G-Arias Sofia P. de .Pamba.and
th Misses Gilda de Aramburu,
Cariotita Boyd, Maureen Kessler
Olga Romona Clare and Jean
MMrsS'Querube Solis de Arias will
- present the midels.,
.Texas fcred Steer Doneted To
" Cristobal Legionrtairee
Bv Colon' Buiinesaman
" Albert Motta, Colon businessman
and cattle raiser, donated a Texas Texas-b?ed
b?ed Texas-b?ed steer yesterday to the Cns Cns-'
' Cns-' tobnl American Legionnaires .for
their first annual Texas-style bar barbecue
becue barbecue which the Legionnaires are
holding March 3 in Old Cristobal
Steve Rainey, commanding the
:tKoi t eeinnnaires. has an-

' nornced that everything possible;

la being done to maKe roe ay-ir
".i.-ntiQiiv Tonan from the food

to the hUlbilly band which is slat-1

td to appear.
Winnors Of. The Duplicate Games
At Tiveli Gue$t House
Winners of the Duplicate Bridge
Games played last Monday -evening
at the Tivoli Guest House
were Mrs. W. Pollak with Mrs.,
A E. Davis; Mr. G. Sanches and
Mr. A. Hansen; Col. C. Kouns and
Mr. T. J. Wilber andIr. Wolf
with .Mr. Zoldahyi, in the order
named. ...... '"
Panamanian Artist Marco Ernesto
Currently Exhibiting At i
USO-JWB Gallery
Currently showing at the USO USO-JWB
JWB USO-JWB Gallery is a colorful exhibi-
. tion by Marco Ernesto, well known
artist from Panama. The exhibit.
"V.'h i eh" is a rra n g d in -cooperation

Inter-American Women's Club
Sponsors Make-Up Demonstration
At Tivoli Guest House
Members of the Inter-American
Women's Club are notified that
there. will be a makeup demon demonstration
stration demonstration by cosmetic consultant
Rosa-Maria Cardenas, exclusively
for members, at the Tivoli Guest
House on Tuesday Feb. 28 at 10
a.m. She will also give personal
Mr. And Mrs. John J. Powers Jr.
Visiting In Panama
Mr. John J. Powers, 1r:, man managing
aging managing Director of Pfizer Cor p.,
and Mrs. Powers of White Plains.
New York, arrived Tuesday to
spend a two-weeks vacations in
Panama. They are staying at the
El Panama.
(Continued on Page 7)

done when a 'man makes up his

mind to plan a house as efficiently
as he would plan an office.
Beauty hadn't been sacrificed. An
it hadn't been achieved at the ex expense
pense expense of comfort and efficiency.
Whv don't more women encour

age their husbands to help them L

choose or plan their homes tor;
greater convenience and comfort?
The average man has a greater
respect for efficiency than does!
the average woman. r
Women are easily tempted to for;
go efficiency for a picture window, i
a tricky breakfast bar, an ador adorable
able adorable built-in cupboard and other j
such come-ons. Builders use them'
to keep the little woman from no-;
ticing that a house, is poorly ar-
ranged, that the rooms are de-i
pressingly small or that storage i
space is skimpy. )

If both husband ana wue su
down together and figure out just
what they need and can afford,
the tricky little come-ons won't de deceive
ceive deceive them a minute.

Not everyone can build a dream,
house even after years of dream-1
ing. But many families could gctj
more comfort and efficiency In liv-
ing for what they do have to spend.
They probably would if Papa i
were encouraged to .play a lead-l

ing .role in dreaming up a dream

Sift flour and salt together. Cut
in shortening and 1-3 cup cheese
with a pastry blender or 2 knives.
Add water and toss lightly. Gath-i
er dough into a ball. Roll out ort;
lightly floured surface to Ve-inch
thickness. Line a 10-inch pie plate:
with pastryi Trim and flute edge.
Dice 3 frankfurters and combine
with kraut. Combine tomato paste,
onion, sugar, sour cream and re-
maininc rhencn miv tirntl AHap.

nate layers of kraut mixture and CprrifirnfC
tomato mixture ending with a lay- i i v.m i ca
er of kraut. Cut remaining 3 frank-1 u-..fc: .
furters in fourths lengthwise. Slash V .. p Sel1! 5,n!,r.
parh Ktrta nf frankfurter wver.l! : A Class of 22 students in

Company with a total of 312. Run Run-nerups
nerups Run-nerups respectively were Lt. Col.
JohnH. Campbell, Second batta battalion
lion battalion commanding officer, and Sp Sp-3
3 Sp-3 Perry T. Riley, of v"G" Compa Company,
ny, Company, both scoring 291 points.
Class To Receive

Scientists Discover Easy Way to Kilt Crawfing Injects

ROACHES and ants are the
most difficult household pests
to control and they can be bi oujrht
into the home at any time. Science
has recently discovered e. colorless

brush-on insecticide that not only
kills, but controls crawling pests.
It in calif d Johnston's NO-ROACH.
Developed fter years '.of re research,
search, research, NO-ROACH it ao ini ini-ible,
ible, ini-ible, oitorless, stainless liouid. aa

powerful that one application re

mains enective for months. Best
of all, NO-ROACH may be brushed
,on, without having to move your
pots and pans. It is not a contami contami-fiatinf
fiatinf contami-fiatinf spray or messy powder,

contains no DDT, no sodium
oride, and no phosphorus.
- Effective for Month
Simply brush Johniton't
XO-ROACH wherever roacbs,
ants, mlveifiah or waterbues are

found, around kitchen cabineta

and sink woodwork, on baseboards,
window sills and door sills. Insecta
that walk over the roauna become

paralyzed and die within two or

three hours. The coating- will con
tinue to kill all insects that walk
over it for months to come.
Guard against crswling insecta
this modern NO-ROACH war.
8 m. 89f ; fipt j qt. $2.98.




that pub SHfNE.fri your Hair

A class of 22 students in hair

times. Arranee frankfurter niefM!?ressin5 "noer tne direction of

The nuhllc Is invitprl to Pxercisesion ton of Dot with huttr nr Mrs- Gertrude Lazarus will rc-

whirh include a riisDlav of the! mamarine. Bake in verv hnt nvpn celve certificates at a graduation.

workmanship of the graduating! (425 degrees F.) 25 minutes. Serve exercise to toe held at the St Jo-

Becaute it is nature's
own hair heautifter. the
rag Richard Hudnut
Enriched Creine Sham Shampoo
poo Shampoo gives your hair
gloriously soft texture

and brilliant sheen

makes it easy .to man

age, silky and shiny -lubricates
the hair as
it dtill, ilkocl

students. Admission is free.

i immediately.

CHICAGO -(UP)- More than
half the motoring public will be
using safety belts within' four
years, according to an automobile
accessory manufacturer, Howard
F. Leopold, (president of Ero
Manufacturing Co.). Publicity be being
ing being given the cause of injuries and
fatalities will result in more mo motorists
torists motorists using seat belts each year,
he said.

...should havesenit it by Pan American

Panama: L Street No. 5,M 2-W70; Calont Sofas Bldg, tal. 1097



seph's School Center next Wednes-

Mrs Adams "will present the
models. 1 Miss' Violet Rampm will
arrange a Drocram nf entertain-

tpent at which the Four Notes will
.The foUowing members of the
class will receive certificates: Agnes-
Russell, Mildred Graves,
Joyce Calthirst, Icilda Martin, Lu Lu-cinda
cinda Lu-cinda Williams, Minnie Mayers,
Monica Marecheau, Merlin Ev Evans,
ans, Evans, Norma Hevwood, Myrtle
Weatherburn, Naomi Wilson,
Pearl De -Pass, Gloria Boyce,
Katheen Fergunson, Eunice Ford,
Edith Pascal, Eunita Eugene, Ad Adelaide
elaide Adelaide Barnes, Mildred King.

Aussie Newsprint
Must Be Imported
CANBERRA (UP) Aus Australia
tralia Australia will continue to depend on

overseas supplies for at least 40

per cent of her paper needs unless

her own pulp and paper industry

can expand by 1960.
rist i i t

I ine government is exploring me
I possibility of using New Guinea

a: I f I ... t, i

even with an .increase in nroduc-

finn Aimtralia nrnhohlv will have

I t r i iv. tnrwtj 4k. 1 T flftl l.n.

of newsprint per year.

' 1-- '" ft

" V '


1 1

frtn M II;.:

year kair shwir
inly li wisktf ;
Ui ktiatifiil mti

Richard Hudnut
enriched creme ahmpoo with egj



The host fruits

look better.

taste better, too,
" Table Grade."
Made froi
- real cream,

to stay sweet
for months.

. healthful
1 and safe,'
is dehcious

on fruits, cereals,

ox in coffee,

l in



Need lots of pep?



CI lilt
makert f


The juice of I different, garden garden-fresh
fresh garden-fresh vegetables are blended into
this famous drink. You'll love ita
lively flavor, and thrive on its vita

min-packed good goodness.
ness. goodness. At mealtime
or between meals
V-! gives you the
refreshment you
want, and the nour nourishment
ishment nourishment you need.

for party meals

.1 f. .1

xr U

for special,

here's a soup


that's perfect!



. Campbell's Consomme is a clear,
; amber-colored, soup with deep
beef flavor .'a hint of carrots,
celery and tomatoes ... a whispet
c of delicate, Seasonings!. Serve it
hot . serve it jellied . ; serve it

wiieiievei you wisn ro jena a
"company air" to mealtime!


s i

!. MmHile for wk i IklneJ


Nil U I
rv y v
r. C. E. Tabrera Of.
DDJ. (Georgetown University) M.U
TIyoII (4th f July) At, No. HAM
(opposite Anron School riayfround)
Tel 2-MU Panama.
Phone Panama 2-055S
racket snippers .!";"
Phone 2-2451 2-2562,
larn Riding
Ridint JurripSn clmi doilf
I re 5 p.m. Phon 3-0279
r bv appointtrnnt.
"WE will relieve Your
corns, callouMH, naila
(Dr. Scholia trained)
IS Juit Arose m ena Ph. S-221T
You Can Now Buy Auto Automobile
mobile Automobile Insurance by, tele telephone.
phone. telephone. Immediate Cover Coverage."
age." Coverage." Dial Panama 2-5000
Save on direct shipment
Top quality fishing
' Panama 3-6318
!i07 Yorkers Queue
Up On Coldest Day
For Birthday Sale
NEW YORK, Feb. 23 (UP -It
was the coldest day of the year
yesterday but 3,000 people were
standing in the streets before a
14th Street department store at 9
a.m. lor the opening of the doors
on its Washington's Birthday sale.
First in, line at Klein's on Union
Square were Mr. and Mrs. Harry
Lake of Enelishtown, N. J., who
arrived at 5:30 a.m. and were in
vited into the vestibule at 6 a.m
by store president Phil Harris,
who treated them to coffee. Mrs
Lake said she was out for a $16
cashmere coat.
The rest of the line wound a a-round
round a-round the block in 15 degree cold
Some early comers lined them
selves up in nearby subway sta stations
tions stations to wait for the stdre's sub-
way-ievei doors to open, v

: cprvviv? av tpaiMMrnn

j a auaw M Mm way
Tri Tires-&

.t-.'.t No. 31
V y't '" i Automobile Row

Quaranteed 12 Months
1st Line

W V sHB 8jB W0 IjatV
100 Level
Sixe Black White Wall Size Black White WaU
600x16 15.50 18.50 670x15 18.95 21.95
670x15 15.95 18.95 710x15 19.95 23.45
710x15 16.95 19.95 760x15 21.95 26.45
760x15 18.95 22.95 800x15 26.95 29.95
'800x15 23.95 25.95 820xt5 27.45 30.95
820x15 24.95 26.95,
7D 0!J Tires (Id t!3i:r,!;ng Charge
c0lttii!il U Desired


: 1 : 1 1 1 1 1 : 1 1
I Street No. U 1U La CarraquiUa At. Bell No. X fro a U 0 Ave. No. U rrqo Leferre 1 Street MINIMUM
No S Loiter; PUia M "P" Strert I4J tril Am Joste ajroMaiena Ave. ad S3 St. VU Porru ill rUit
: Central At. 4S 4tk of July At t J ft Central Atom 19 Street No. SS V,a Espaaa Ave.

FOR SALE: Twin beds and
night table, ttove, radie, retard
player and typewriter, very food
condition. Call f, Cansrejo, Ed
ificia San Joie, Apt, 5.
FOR SALE: 3 -pe. Rattan set.
Cheap. Balboa 1716.
FOR SALE: Quartermairer bed
$10. Phone 83-5146. 2184-C,
FOR SALE: Gat range, apart apartment
ment apartment tixe. Magic Chef. Call 83 83-2201
2201 83-2201 or ae at houie N. 500,
Apt. A, Curundu, after 4 p.m.
FOR SALE: 1954 Westing Westing-house
house Westing-house Laundromat in perfect
condition. For information call
FOR SALE: Mahogany dining
room set, buffet and china clos closet
et closet with mirrors, 8 chain. Excel-'
lent condition. No. 2-20, up upstairs,
stairs, upstairs, 41st Street.
FOR SALE: Beckwith Baby
Grand piano, perfect condition.
Reasonable price. Call 33, Colon.
IDEAL Venetian blind it supe superior.
rior. superior. TROPICAL, roller shades,
traverse curtain rails. For free
estimate and samples call ROB ROBERTO,
ERTO, ROBERTO, Phone 3-4904
FOR SALE: 16" 25-cycle elec electric
tric electric fan $15; four A-1 doors,
I x 30 x 84, brass hinges and
locks $5 each, phone Gamboa
FOR SALE: One hundred dif different
ferent different PHOTOGRAPHS of
SCOUTCAPADES : ( Brlboa) at
Fote El Halcon, across from Ho Hotel
tel Hotel EL PANAMA, 9-12:30 and
2-6 (Including this Saturday).
FOR SALE: Hallicrafttr radio,
model S-40-B, 25 or 60-cycle,
excellent condition and for all
bands. Phone 2-3167.
FOR SALE: Practically new
wood lathe with tools $50. AB AB-ERNATHY,
FOR SALE. Western Electrie
French phono $20. Calf 3-2919.
received nylure baits, 20 off.
If it's fishing tackle or sportinq
goods w have it. ABERNATHY,
across tide street El Panama Ho Hotel.
tel. Hotel. Phone 3-0264.
Real Estate
FOR SALE: In El Valle, charm charm-ing
ing charm-ing 2-bedroom Cottage on love-
' ly grounds in best neighborhood.
Completely furnished and equip equipped
ped equipped at incredible bargain price
of only $6000. Wolff and Co..
5th Street No. 7-29, Phone 2 2-2388.
2388. 2-2388. FOR SALE: Beautiful lots at
Coronado Beach. Prices from
" 15e. square meter. Make own
terms for payment. In Panama
call Eisenmann 2-4505; in Cor Coronado
onado Coronado see Castillo.
MR. B SEALY: Please call 2 2-5006
5006 2-5006 about your lot, 8th Street,
Parque Lefevre.
r iaiaiA u auavo vaj




' FOR SALE: $600 cash, Chewy
hardtop convertible '51, clean,
duty paid, excellent. Owner leav leaving
ing leaving Friday. Phone 3-0327 Pan Panama,
ama, Panama, r
FOR SALE: 1951 Buick Super
hardtop, automatic transmission,
4 new tires, excellent overall
condition, $825. Call 82-5222
'till 4 p.m., 84-5104 after 4
p.m. i
FOR SALE: 1950 DtSoto 4-dr.
Leather upholstery, backup lights,
fluid drive, excellent condition.
Call Balboa' 2-2775.
FOR SALE: 1950 Oldsmobilo
4-door, good condition. 'Call
Pfc. Fiedler, Ft. Davis 87-585
after 6 p.m.
FOR SALE: 1951 Oldsmobile,
hydramatic, radio, $925. 0776 0776-F,
F, 0776-F, Williamson Place. Balboa 2 2-3724.
3724. 2-3724. FOR SALE: 1951 Studebaker
Comm. V-8 2-door sedan, radio,
$500. Call 2-1713.
FOR SALE: 1951 Tu-tone 4 4-dr.
dr. 4-dr. Packard, new ww tires,
brakes, $725 or best offer Call
Navy 3504.
WANTED: Jeep with 4-wheel
drive in good running condition
for cash. Make your offer to Mr.
Sosa, Phono 2-3364, Panama
Radio Corp,
FOR SALE: Hirley Davidson
motorcycle 74, lots of chrome
and extras. Make offer, Paitilla
Airport, Pan., 6 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Boats & Motors
FOR SALE: 12-ft. deluxe boat,
7j-hp, motor like new, both :
$250 cash. Also 25-hp. Evinrud
motor, run less than 15 hours,
make offer. A B E R N A T H Y
MODERN PIANO instruction of offered
fered offered beginners and advanced
pupils Call Bennett, phone 2 2-1282T
1282T 2-1282T Help Wanted
WANTED: Capable, experi experienced
enced experienced maid for cooking and
cleaning. Must sleep in, Union
Place 896, Balboa.
hony Eden Cuts
Seven Per Cent
0(1 Money For RAF
LONDON, Feb. 23 (UP) Prime
Minister Anthony Eden trimmed
7 per cent off appropriations for
tne Koyal Air force today in an
other round of his austerity cam
paign to stop inflation.
Opposition mounted from many
sides against Eden's crackdown
on spending, although the program
won a vote of confidence in the
House of Commons last night.
The Trades Union Congress
British counterpart of America's
CIO-AFL, handed the government
a stern warning that any rebirth
of austerity will provoke spiralling
demands for pay increases.
The National Chamber of Trade
representing mora than 30,000
small shopkeepers, said last year's
cutbacks ort credit already -were
"serious," and the new clamp clamp-down,
down, clamp-down, on credit ordered last week
"will undoubtedly worsen tne po
Eden's program called for' cuts
in government spending, tight
limits on installment-plan buying,!
higher interest rates and stiffer
controls on business investment.
The Air Ministry came in for
a pruning today in announcement
of its appropriations for the 1956-j
57 fiscal year, -itoyai Air r orce
anoropriations totaled. $1,342,600,-
000, a cut of $96,320,000 from the
current year.
This meant a much larger cut
in spending for new planes be because
cause because the new budget provides an
! t ,ie DflA (VIA 1m ni.mAM,n
increase vl 9uj,ouu,uuv iu aumcu o
Fad Splits Pair;
She'd Rather Eat
MIAMI, 'Feb. 23 (UP) Mrs.
Garv A. Domlny filed suit for
divorce yesterday on grounds
her husband spent tne iamuy
food money on a 'ao-u-yourseif
craze." nH,
"When the food money ran
out," her suit alleged, "he made
high interest loans to buy more
do-it-yourself equipment."


iid' lill Us

BOX 2031, ANCON. C.Z.
INVESTMENTS: North Ameri American
can American desires' to invest in estab established
lished established Panama businesses requir requiring
ing requiring capital for expansion. Writ
details of proposition to Box SA SA-134
134 SA-134 (Panama American).
WILL PURCHASE for cash your
income property. Real estate with
proven incom. Writ Box ER ER-134
134 ER-134 (Panama American),
WILL PURCHASE your business
for cash. Businesses with proven
income will be bought for cash.
From $10,000 to $100,000
available. Sumbit your proposi proposition
tion proposition giving details t Box PS PS-134
134 PS-134 (Panama American).
(Construction Contract)
February 3, 1956
Government of the Virgin Islands
Project No. 53-I06R Waterfront
Roadway, St. Thomas, Virgin
- Islandt.
By (Issuing office) -Department
of Insular Affairs,
Division of Procurement and
Supply, Charlotte Amalie, St.
Thomas, Virgin Islands, 1
Sealed bids in ingle) copy for
furnishing all labor, equipment,
and. materials and performing all
work for the project described
herein will be received until
3:00 p.m., Atlantic Standard
Time, March 28, 1956 in the
Department of Insular Affair,
Division of Procurement and
Supply, Charlotte Amalie, St.
Thomat, Virgin Islands, 75
Kronprindsen Gade, (opposite
of the Catholic School) and then
publicly opened.
Information regarding bidding
material, bid guarantee, and
bonds, plant and tpecifications
and other contract documents
are open for public inspection
at the office of the Public Work
Commissioner, Charlotte Amalie,
St, Thomas, Virgin Islands; R.
L. Kenan fr Associates, Consult Consulting
ing Consulting Engineers, Bell Building,
Montgomery, Alabama; Lester
M. Marx, Deputy Public Work
Advisor, Off icq of Territories,
Department of th Interior,
Room 2713, Interior Building,
Washington 25, DC; A. G. C.
Office, 1113 Congress Building,
Miami, Florida; Builder Ex Exchange,
change, Exchange, 46 Northeast 6th Street,'
Miami, Florida; Urban Renewal
Administration, 2nd Floor, del
Valt Building, Santurce, 17,
Puerto Rico; and F. W. Dpdg
Corp., 119 West 40th Street,
New York 18, N Y.
Plans and tpecifications mar be
procured from the Office of R. L.
Kenan 6 Associates, Consulting
Engineers, Bell Building, Mont Montgomery,
gomery, Montgomery, Alabama, upon deposit
of $20.00, Deposit shall be on only
ly only by certified check payable to
R. I. Kenan 6" Associates, which
will be refunded to bona fido
bidders upon the return of plant
and specifications in aood condi condition
tion condition within sixty (60) calendar
days from the date of bid open opening.
ing. opening. A bona fide bidder includes
' any person who submits a bid
for a general contract, but does
not include a person who sub submits
mits submits a quotation to the general
contract bidders. To persons who
procure plans and soecificationt
upon payment of $20.00 and
who do not submit a bid, $15.00
will be refunded upon the return
thereof In good condition within
sixty (60) calendar days from
th date of bid opening. No ro
fund will b mad for rtum aft after
er after that tim.
After the bid opening additional
copies of plant and tpeeif ieation
Way b obtained from th Con Consulting
sulting Consulting Engineer! at commercial
rates, plus handling and mailing
Each bid must b accompanied
by satisfactory bid guaranty in
n amount not less than 5 P
cent of th total bid.
Th successful bidder will b re-
quired to furnish a perf ormanc
bond ind payment bond, aeh in
th amount of 100 por ctnt ot
th contract pric.
No bid may be withdrawn until
forty-five 45) calendar day
latter the scheduled closing tim
for th receipt f !; ...
.Th qovewnwnf of th Virgin
Islands reserves th right to
ward contract for ny or all
, of V bid, whichever
eours. Is l the bet i"e'e'!?f
the Government of the Virgin
Hands. ,.,!
construction f roafwav
approximately 7.30 f
'.Ion, the ...wMI J J'
Amli. h"bor which "e'udeV,
1J.S00CY. common .xcavat.on
4,700 C.Y. itid rock xcava-
tion :'
1,4 1..F. culvert nine
3 lr. rodwy Inlett :
12,900 L.F. sMndard combina combination
tion combination curb and ut-
280 C.Y.
ruMtle masonry curb
grouted' riprap
2 460SY.
(llOtY. concrete sidewalk
25,700 S.Y. dry macadam base
25,700 S.Y. 2rt bituminous sur-
- face
" 4 trreemfotr -stt 1 1
(toilets) lighting
With Alternates:
25,700 S.Y. stabilixing subgtede
25,700 S.Y. concrete paving.


ATTENTION & I.! Just built
modern furnished apartments, 1,
2 bedrooms, hot, cold water,
Phon Panama 3-4941.
FOR RENT: Spacious apart apart-mnt
mnt apart-mnt in Bolivar Building, 52nd
Street and Federico Boyd Ave.
Bedroom, large living dining
room, kitchen, bathroom. Tele Telephone
phone Telephone Panama 2-1661.
FOR RENT: Apartment: two
bedrooms, dining and living
rooms, including hot water heat heater
er heater and maid's room with bath.
Good location; n block from
Hotel El Panama, Phon Panama
FOR RENT: Furnished apart apartment,
ment, apartment, one couple or two. Amer American
ican American neighbors, 48th Street No.
27, apartment 2.
FOR RENT: Available March
1st, 1956: Furnished 2-bedroom
apartment at exclusive ''El Can Can-grejo.''
grejo.'' Can-grejo.'' Ideally suitable for dip diplomat.
lomat. diplomat. Individual bathrooms,
dining-living room, maid's room
with bath. Linens, dishes and
complete kitchen equipment.
Phone business hours 2-0321,
Sundays 2-3525.
FOR RENT: Available March
1st, 1956: 2-bedroom apart apartment
ment apartment unfurnished. Individual
bathrooms, dining-living rooms,
maid's room with bath. Phon
business hours 2-0321, Sundays
FOR RENT: MODERN apart apart-ment
ment apart-ment in Pueblo Nuevo, $25
monthly. Phone 3-6168, Alcidet
Garcia Correa
FOR RENT: Modern two-bedroom
apartment, living dining
room, Jarga kitchen, maid't and
laundry room, screened, hot wa water.
ter. water. For further details pleas
call 3-4946, 3-6737.
FOR RENT: Spacious two-bedroom,
two-bath tcreened apart apartment.
ment. apartment. Living room, dining room,
garage and maid't quarters. Pri Private
vate Private entrance. Ca .po Alegre.
Phone Panama 3-0873.
FOR RENT: Furnished apart-;
ment, bedroom, dishes, garage,
garden, hot water, 9th Street No.
47, San Francisco.
FOR RENTs Furnished apart apartment,
ment, apartment, all comforts, Army in inspected.
spected. inspected. Via Espana, hous be before
fore before Juan Franco.
FOR RENT: Large 3-bedroom
apartment, unfurnished, well lo located,
cated, located, easy transportation and
reasonable pric. Call 3-3566 or
FOR RENT: To responsible
party, nicely furnished chalet, 3
bedrooms, 3 baths, maid's room
with bath and garage. Good
neiahborhood. 38th Street No.
4-51. -i
FOR RENT: Apartment, vry
comfortable, furnished, hot wa water,
ter, water, one bedroom. Second Street
No. 11. Perejil. Phone 3-0533
or 3-2694.
Mollcl To Stake
Life Oi Government
a'.'" a ie d
On Assembly vote
parts Feb. 23 (UP)-Pre
mier Guv Mollet was prepared
todav to istake the life of his
voun- eoveriiment on winning
National Assembly approval of
his bill to give French workers,
three-week paid vacations. I
The- cabinet decided yesterday
that Mollet could poise a vote of
confidence if necessary aunng
the debate on the Issue :, which
beeins at 3 n.m.
The bill was approved yester yesterday
day yesterday by the chamber's labor com commission
mission commission by 34 votes' with all
eieht moderate deputies oppos
ing The vote indicated that the
bill would have smooth sailing
in the assembly.
But there are certain ele elements,
ments, elements, notablv the deputies of
anti-tax crusader Pierre Pou-
lade, who will not miss the
chance to vote against the gov
ernment. However, the opposi
tion would not be strong enough
to overthrow Mollet.
Mollet is more likely to run
into trouble over the paid-holl-......

The issue is a "hangover" fromi5Len:lercS:,-d.enctL.?lou21nSUlt

the government of Edgar Faure,!1""
who precipitated the elections;, ..

which brought Moiiets sbciai
icf .rfniTiTTiQt.ftl wnuornrnArit -Inm
power. Faure decreed that vot voting
ing voting day Jan. 2 should be
a paid holiday. k
- Many employers immediately
protested against paying their I
workers and losing an extra
day's work and demanded that
the government pay their wages.
CHEBOYGAN, Mich. (UP) (UP)-Merle
Merle (UP)-Merle Wagner, a freshman high
pie baking contest, modestly said
her mother's pie is better. Her
mother bakes for a restaurant



FOR RENT.- Spec appropriate
for office or commercial business
in new concrete building named
"Monterrey" on Ave. Argentina,'
"El Cangre jo" district. David F.
do Castro, Ave. "B'' No. 24.
Phone 2-1616
FOR RENT; Offices in com com-mercial
mercial com-mercial row in front of Hotel El
Panama. Please apply Foto El
Halcon from 9-12 am. 2-6
p.m. Phon 3-1179.
FOR RENT: Office t p c
ground floor, new Urraca Build Building,
ing, Building, suitable for doctor, dentist,
lawyer. Residential sector, 44th
Street. Call phon 3-6412 be between
tween between 8 and 12 a.m.
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?icf S D?JlUS' Army Caribbean post Red Cross chairmen and officials plan for the
1956 USARCARIB Red Cross Fund drive,' which begins March 1. Mapping the annual cam campaign
paign campaign are (from left to right): CWO H. W. Peterson, Fort Amador; Lt. O. P. Ream, Quarry
Heights; Captain Joe B. Flores, Fort Kobbe; Major K. G. Kinsel, Fort Clayton; Lt. Colonel
R. L, Marllee, Atlantic side posts; Captain J. L. Olow III, U.S. Army Caribbean Military Mis Mis-s
s Mis-s ons, and Mr. A G. Stowe, American Red Cross director of Fort Kobbe. Standing (left to
right): Leonard Meyer, director of operations in the Caribbean area, and Chaplain (Col.)
H. F. Donovan, chairman for the campaign. (c.S. Army Photo)

Sfudenfi Seeking
Drair Deferment
Asked To Register
College 1 students interested in
taking the Selective Service Col College
lege College Qualification Test have until
midnight, Monday, March 5, to
submit application, it was announc announced
ed announced today by Roger C. Hackett,
Dean of the Canal Zone Junior
College, test supervisor. The test
center in this area is the Junior
College, Balboa.
The purpose of the testing prog
ram is to provide evidence for
local Selective Service boards so
they may consider student defer
ments, for military registrants.
To be eligible to apply for the
test, scheduled to be given April
19 to college students in 875 test
centers throughout the U n i t e d
States, Alaska, the Canal Zone,
Hawaii, and Puerto Rico, a stud student
ent student must intend to request defer
ment as a student, be satisfactori
ly pursuing a full-time course of
instruction, and must not have
previously taken the test.
The test was developed by
Science' Research Associates of
Chicago, one of the nation's lead leading
ing leading publishers of educational test testing,
ing, testing, reading-improvement, and
guidance materials.
Students interested in taking the
test to qualify for possible draft
deferment in order to continue their
college education are. urged to
have their completed application
postmarked no later no later than
midnight, March 5. Applications
dated after March 5 will not be ac accepted.
cepted. accepted. For additional information, ap
plications, and addresses of test
ifviaraor rontevn I 0
Dance At Grace s
Wedding In Monaco
LONDON. Feb. 22 (UP) Brit
ain's prima ballerina, Dame Mar Mar-got
got Mar-got Fontevn. will dance at Grace
Kelly's wedding, it was announced
The Royal Opera House at Co-
vent Garden disclosed Dame Mar-
got, partnered by Michael Soames,
will dance -the second act ot &waa
Lake at Monte Carlo on April 18
and 19 during celebrations of the
movie star's wedding to Monaco's
Prince Rainier,


at 4000 feet is an experienco
Nobody should miss. Famous for
its food (specialty: smorgasbord)
and fine accommodations. At Attractive
tractive Attractive bar -lounge with fire fireplace.
place. fireplace. Wir reservations.
PHILLIPS Oceonside Cottaaee,
Santa Clara. Box 435, Bolboo.
Phon Panomo 3-1877. Critto Critto-kol
kol Critto-kol 3-1673.
Shrapnel's furnished bouses
beach t Santa Clara. Telephone
Thompson, Balboa 1 772.
Baldwin'a furnished apartment
t Santa Clara Beach. Telephone
Smith, Balboa 3681.
past Casino. Low rotes. Phon
Bolboo 1866.
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,VyKD WINNERS Pfc. Donald H. Jordan, supply clerk at
7440th AU, is all smiles as he reads a news release listing him
fS, th?winner of $100 for his essay on "My Stake in the Amef-
lean Way of Life." He was one of 79 soldiers copping a cash
prize in the annual worldwide contest. No less happy Is CdL
Crawford M. Grogan of the 512th Military Police Platoon (left).
His effort was worth a George Washington honor medal. Both
are stationed at Amador.
, (U.S. Army Photo)

Post Carnival To Be Held
At Kobbe Field March 2-3

Fort Kobbe's Quinn baseball
field will be the scene the "great "greatest
est "greatest show on earth' March 2 and
3, as the Post's Youth Activities'
carnival takes ovr at "home
plate." The event will mark the
first of the organization's annual
post carnivals.
. Approximately 25 booths will be
featured along with pony rides,
truck and jeep, rides, "hot dogs,"
cotton candy, snow cones and soft
drinks. Youth Activities, which con consist
sist consist of the post's Little L e a g u e,
Brownies, Girl Scouts, Cub and
Boy Scouts and Teen-Age club,
will have from one to three booths
each on display.
Among the concessions, to be set
up are a photo booth where one's
picture can be developed in two
minutes, pitching pennies, a weigh weighing
ing weighing booth, "ringo," "go fish" and
"hit the man down."
Donating their services to the
galacaraivaL.ara.the K o b b e
Officers' Wives' club with a white
elephant sale: the NCO Wives'
club who will sell balloons and
supervise the photo booth; the

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Via Espana, suitable for Embas Embas-sy
sy Embas-sy 'or large family, furnished or
unfurnished. Phono 3-6168, Al Al-cides
cides Al-cides Garcia Correa.
FOR RENT. Furnished chalet:
sitting-dining room, tw bad bad-rooms,
rooms, bad-rooms, new fancy furniture
$135. Call 3-5542 for informa information,
tion, information, from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m.
FOR RENT: Furnished room
with separate entrance and
porch, 46th Street. Telephone

Regimental motomonl which will ?

furnish jeeps and trucks; Medical

company witn an ambulance dis- I
play; the Kobbe air section's hell
copter and plane demonstration;
and Heavy Mortar company's "sur-
prise side show." Several booths I

are also being supplied by the re- I

cent Curundu carnival i

Added attraction will be th f

showing of cartoons for children
at different intervals In a special I
iy designed "movie tent" which is
being furnished by the Post's. Spe-
cial Services.

The carnival will be open frdm I

5:30 to 9:30 p.m. on both days, j
Prizes will be awarded to lucky f

"Dingo'' and "wheel of fortune" t
chance seekers as well as the

other booth participants.

Supervising the affair is Mrs. ;
Ralph Rose, Youth Activities'
chairman, and her staff consist consisting
ing consisting of Mrsjhomas Racicot, Mrs

Paul Davis and Mrs. Ldward Ford.
All proceeds, will go to the organic
ation and the Post's Summer lit
creation program.


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Spilling Be Sponsored By
Caribbean College Club
Mr. M. L. Nash, chairman of
the Activities committee, has an announced
nounced announced that the Spelling Bee
sponsored by the Caribbean Col College
lege College Club is now in progress in the
four U. S. Elementary Schools on
the Atlantic Side. The list of words
navt heen distributed to each

Stuart Davidson at the USO-JWB
Armed Forces Service Center. ...
Mrs. Davidson, a popular artist
nn th( Isthmus, attended the Art

Student's League in New Yorkjone the war of smuggling, pri-

By United Press
From Lexington to Yorktown, the
victories and reversals of the

American Revolution have been re recorded
corded recorded innumerable times. But

Air Bibliography
Now Is Available

National Aviation Council's recent-

iy-puDiisnea Dionograpny of air

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Des Moines Proves
Neighborly Spirit
Ross, Des Moines clothier, stopped
at Lams Clothes Shop near his own

store on his way bacL from a bank

there was another war a secret! cording to school grde level. It

age publications for children how. (Compiled by Publishers' Weekly) and found Don Hatch, one of his
is -available to e d u c a t o r s andi i former clerks, alone in the store
parents. FICTION i 'with three customers.
Th fciMSxnnt... nU. '!. !" He returned to his own store and
ine bibliography lists more thani m'nrTnAt'TiT r. r..i-: i.u ....l. .--..i..

-.h'fL,rf e.d, J lay Kantor Ihclp Hatch for a few minutes.

and has studied with many well

known artists. Her portrait sketch

es are popular and on the isthmus
she is known at Gorgas Hospital,

fir 2 to 6 Inclusive Lat the recent St. Luke's-Fair and

.Va hi ,hiirfrp are showine great! at other community acirvmes ior

interest in the contest.
It- is expected that the semi-fi-nalists
in each grade will be chos chosen
en chosen by the middle of March and
will compete at the Cristobal High
School Auditorium on Friday,
March 23, beginning at 7 p.m. All
parents and other interested mem members
bers members of the community are invit invited
ed invited to attend this contest and the
presentation of the medals to the
finalists in each grade.

her work.

Mrs. Davidson will sketch in the
music room o- the USO-JWB Club,
and all service personnel are in invited
vited invited to come to the Center to
nave their portraits sketched.

! MARJORIE MORNINGSTAR j Soules did and soM a S10 suit

Portrait Sketching By
Mrs. Stuart Davidson
Every Tuesday evening, begin beginning
ning beginning Feb, 28, from 7:30 p.m. to
9 30 p.m. service personnel will he
able to have a fifteen minute por portrait
trait portrait pencil sketch made by Mr

MILFORD, Conn. -(UP)- The
president ana secretary of Milford
High School's senior class, who
doubled as co-chairmen of the
senior prom, had more in common
than most folks realized. After the
football season, Lindwood SchuUe.
a star end on the squad, an announced
nounced announced that he and Dorothy Kel Kelly,
ly, Kelly, both 17, had been married for
four months.


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HOLLYWOOD l-(NEA) Be-ioccupy a small Hollywood building

vateenng, intrigue and counter-in

telhgence, of agents-provocateur
and war profiteers.
Helen Augur in THE SECRET
ell, Sloan & Pierce) paints a de detailed
tailed detailed picture of the sub-rosa ac

tivities of many of the heroes of ing the education foundations of

the revolutionary period. 1
The master-mind1 behind many
Of these enterprises, Miss Augur
reveals, was that of Benjamin
Franklin. A wizard at intrigue,
he almost single-handedly provoked
France into siding with the Amer American
ican American cause. He bought and outfit outfitted
ted outfitted privateers which captured tons
of British shipping. He dealt with
undercover emissaries of interested
European powers including those
of England when that country, an anticipating
ticipating anticipating the outcome of the war,
sent out peace feelers..
To the people of France, Frank Franklin
lin Franklin became a public idol whose
"portrait appeared in prints, busts,
snuffbox lids, medallions, and

household crockery of all sorts, in including
cluding including those necessary articles

called pots d chambre.' .
Arthur C. Clarke, a British sci

entist of some renown as a serious
researcher into space travel and
underwater exploration, is also a

free-swinging author of science fic

tion. When he dips into the future.

he measures history not by the

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naii, sticutc, jns, imisiu, social tvm vnnfu vnvTwmrv
studies and poetry. Film strips,'' T;n nS? FREDERICK
phonograph recorts, and free """ ai TTF m vw F Patrick Den Den-materials
materials Den-materials available primarily for1 ALNTItMAMfc i atnek Uen
classroom, use also are listed.

ine council, a non-prom orcani-

zation "dedicated to strengthen-

l-'iT.-ffi Tn r-i Tuf cr l am...

American youth growing up in the' ""i r,?nXrVh
5 ."SLBiSSSSk John' Gun-

out charge, providing it is request:'

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Air-minded parents mav Bet a

copy by sending 25 cents to Dr.

E-van Evans, executive director of
the council, 1025 Connecticut Ave.,
N.W Washington, D.C.

Rew Stamps Depict

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Rachel L. Carson


THINKING Norman Vincent

Bible Translation
To Zulu Completed


National Wildlife Federation is! After five years of intensive work,

featuring pictures of natural cam-the Rev. G. S. Q. Sarndal, who
oullage techniques in its current! live, in Dundee .(Natal), has com com-series
series com-series of conservation stamps, ipleted translation of the Bible into


Pictures of the small-mouth bass,

the snowshoe hare and other ani-

Ile is a Swedish missionary who

mals which blend Into their natural! was in charge of the Lutheran
environment are on some of the training college for native pastors
stamps in the current series. lat the Church of Sweden mission

Others depict wild life threat-) at Rorke's Drift
enpd with pvtinrtinn inrlnHino thai

thousands but by the millions oflgmzly bear of the Rocky Moun-I In 1950, after a group of Euro

Up and down! Busy at play!
Children burn up energy ail
' the time. ROYAL GELATIN
helps replace it 4 big serv servings
ings servings In each package.
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(Harcourt Brace) presents Clarke's
concept of the last city on earth
Diaspar, a fully-automatic, self-

perpctuatmg metropolis where the

hind the Screen: Sid Caesar's Hoi- idcntif.ed on the outside only by hVhbeen

Back in 1946 Sid. played, minor

roles in two moyies, "The Guilt of
Janet- Ames" and ?'Tars and
Spars." Hollywood was unim unimpressed
pressed unimpressed and Sid had to return to
New York to become famous.
Perry Como's another TV star
on Movietown's "Man Wanted"
list. RKO is talking to him about
playing the role of Ben Bernie in
the orchestra leader's film biog biography,.
raphy,. biography,. "The Old Maestro."
Pals say it's only a matter of time
before Fess (Davy Crockett) Park Parker
er Parker and best gal Marcy Rinehart tie
the marriage knot; : ; :
Brenda Marshall said' "No"' to

hubby Bill Holden's suggestion that

ahe olava role with mm in ms

independent movie ."Toward the
Unknown." She's one movie queen
whorretired and. wanta to remain
that way.
Skip Homoier, the juvenile Nazi
of the wartime: stage and movie

hit, "Tomorrow the World," re

'Not in the script: Director Roy
Rowland about movie exhibitors

constantly asking Hollywood for
new faces: "Tbey overlook the

long-established fact that the pub
lie makes the star discoveries

Give them a movie with unknown
players and they complain."

This Is Hollywood, Mrs. Jones: j
Zsa Zsa Gabor, writing her mem:
oirs, says she'll title them, "Every
Man for Herself."
Trouble-in-Monaeo note? The
prince says Grace Kelly will retire
from the screen after she com com-pletes
pletes com-pletes the current movie, "High
Society," But MGM just announced
Joshua Logan as Grace's director
for "Designing Woman," sched scheduled
uled scheduled to follow her honeymoon.
Dennis Morgan is planning a
film comeback in "Saturdav

Night," an original story he just

turns as a grownup Mr. Mewnace in! Phased for independent produc

"The Burning Mills." He'll play

the role of a gun-crazy young
western type who menaces both

tion i Explanation for Red
Skelton's high TV ratings this year

alter dropping to 45th place in the

ing in diaspa

more than a billion years, and for
the most part they are satisfied
with their lot. i
Not so Alvin. In a world where
most men would rather die than
venture beyond Diaspar's shelter sheltering
ing sheltering walls, he is a Unique a
man living his first existence in a

society of continual reincarnation
and he wants to know what there
is on the outside. His curiosity
leads him first to the world's last
village where people still have
babies in the old-fashioned way;

men into tne remotest reaches of
outer space, and finally to discov discoveries
eries discoveries that revolutionize his whole
world.. "-' .. ;
This is a picture painted on a

broad canvas, and Clarke himself

has some difficulty m grasping the
concepts which it involves. His
basic premises are removed so
far from the modern world as to
have only! the faintest connection
with existing reality, and from
them he goes on to a life that is

really remote

Tab- Hunter and Natalie Wood in gating ladder last season. Says his

the film proaucer, ece earner:
"We decided that the time had

The Keefe Bratielles changed' come to cut out sketches and turn
their mlnda and will divorce . Red loose on broader comedy, but
Artie Shaw will try marriage with a story line. We've also cured
gain, for the eighth time, with l him of throwing around ad libs

ami asiaes.

tains and the Everglades kite, a pean ministers had found it

bird that depends on a special diet, impossible to translate a Bible into

of snails. IZulu as a past-lime task, his re- l

Since 1938, sales of conservation1 lease was sought to undertake the

stamps have financed the research work, and he became a full-time I

and educational projects of the! translator for the British and I or or-federation,
federation, or-federation, including a legislative1 eign Bible Society.
service reporting on congressional Air the groups in South Africa
actLn on matters concerning: except the Roman Catholics will
natural resources. make use of the new Bible in Zulu,



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Panamanian Lady Win $1400.00

Miry Sidney.

State and city film censorship
boards are in the hot seat again
ver the movie, "The Man With
the Golden Arm." Otto Preminger,
the film's producer, is suing the
Maryland state censorship board,
and the city boards of Milwaukee
and Atlanta, Maryland banned the
film in its entirety and the city
boards questioned portions of the
. Preminger is the gent -who sued,
and won, over banning of "The

Shorttakes: Frank Sinatra's cur current
rent current asking price for any TV
spectacular: $300,000! . Movie
heavy Jack Palance will guest on
Martha Raye's TV show sometime
in March. The big surprise he'll
sing! "High Noon" is due for
a re-issue to cash in on the Grace
Kelly headlines. She played the
small rote of Gary Cooper's wife

Betty Jeffrey was an Australian

nursing sister in Singapore when
th war hrnk therp in 1941. In

'.WHITE COOLIES (Philosophical

Library) she tells the story of the
nurses attempts to flee the bomb bombing
ing bombing of their ships, their harrowing
experiences in the sea and of
course their capture.
Throughout the long internment
in Sumatra she kept a diary, care carefully
fully carefully hidden from her captors, and
wrote with a stubby pencil of the
horrors Of captivity and the joys
of liberation. Miss Jeffrey is not
a professional writer, but her book
is readable and gives another as aspect
pect aspect of the war with Japan that
has not been told ...

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Yon ran now order an "Esther! Holbrook (Rinehart) IS the fiftieth

Williams Swimming Pool." Esther; volume in the Rivers of America

collects on every one sold

! Series but it is difficult to see why

Moon Is Blue" a couple of years! Hollywood actor "after his first ex-; it. was not one of the first.

gO. ; :
The Witnet: Producers of the TV
show, "Do You Trust Your Wife?'

.uerience at skin-diving:

. "You should have seen the one
I got away from."


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frl. "Stranger on Horseback"

Frl. "Brinf Your Smile Alonf

PARAISO, 6:15 8:10 Ralph Meeker In "KISS ME DEADLY"

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It-is a fascinating river and the

author makes the most of it wheth whether
er whether he is tracing it from its upper
reaches down through the moun-

tains to the sea or telling of the

history that was made on tne Co Columbia.
lumbia. Columbia. From its poetic beginning
"About the headwaters of a river
there is something of the mystery
of Genesis" r- to its end Holbrook
writes with authority of a river
he has known for 30 years.
Toxic Ingredients
Of Products Named
The University of Rochester's
school of medicine and dentistry dentistry-has
has dentistry-has completed an encyclopedia
that it is hoped will helrj reduce
the nation's 1,500 yearly deaths
from accidental poisoning.
The hook, entitled "Toxicology
of Trademarked Products," will be
published in June.

The encyclopedia lists some

15,000 products, describes then then-use,
use, then-use, ingredient?, toxicity rating,
and the degree of damage to be

expected w n e n swallowed sic-.


the first one available to phv

sicians which provides adequate
information on the composition and
toxicity '. products likely to be

Mrs. JOSEFINA MOLINA DE HARDING, resident of Paique
Lefevre, won first prize of the Carta Vieja Raffle correspond correspond-y
y correspond-y ing to February 19. This photo shows Mrs. Hardinp; receiving
from Mr. Angel G. Grimas, Manager of Vinicola Llcorera, S. A.
Panama Government Bonds for a total of $1,400.00, while Mr.
Miguel A. Brenes, Controller of the same company examine
winning ticket No. 176943. (Mercurio)

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Eiglit-Seeded Piiiate

Julio Pinilla's stirring second round upset of
fourth-seeded John Perry highlighted the opening
play of the men's singles event of El Panama Caba Cabana
na Cabana Club's Second Annual Invitational Tennis Cham Championships
pionships Championships held last night on the courts of El Panama
before an enthusiastic crowd of local tennis fans.

Pinilla of Panama City outlast outlasted
ed outlasted his young opponent, who is a
i:. S. Army private at Quarry
Heights, 6-2, 5-7, 6-3, in a two-and-a-half
hour match. Perry, came
from behind after being down 5 5-t
t 5-t hut Fini-
Jla steadied his game to take the
final set. For Pinilla it was his
second match of the nmht as he
had defeated trans lony m
nama City in a first round match,
6-0, 6-2.
Ptrry was not h only wded
player fall by th. ways.da.
Whilt Major Lto Hayes, Wtbb
Htarnt, Bill Halt, E." M. ,r
rrara, Gtorge Motta, and Hans
Omanitieh won taaily, Ernto
Pinata, eighth attdad want down
to dafaat btfora the aharp
troktt of Earl Omphroy, -3,
4-3. Both playart art from Pa Panama
nama Panama City.
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Gercich, played one of the most
exciting maicnes in mc
night's play. Guardia finally won
the three-set marathon 4-6, 6-3,
6-4. Guadia's strong service, in the
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analysis was me qitiuihk jat
as both contestants dispalyed e e-qual
qual e-qual ability from the backcourt. A
weary Guardia, however, suc succumbed
cumbed succumbed to Panama's fine base-
liner, K. m. Barrera, in me sec second
ond second round match played later in
the evening, 3-1, 7-5.
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2nd AllilUAl EL PANAMA
Mixed Doubles
Men's Singles Men's Doubles
Admission: 50c. nightly except finals ($1.)
Thurs., Feb. 23 6 p.m.
Fri.. Feb. 247 p.m.
Sun., Feb. 26 7 p.m.
(No play Saturday due to "Million Dollar Fashion Show")
Winners will be invited to play in the
First Panama International Tennis Tournament
(Feb. 29 March 5 at El P-nA

Snarks from our barbecue and
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at moderale prices

scheduled aro tht first two
rounds of tht man's doublat
and tha first round of tho mixtd

Complete results of last night's
men s singles maicncs louow:
E. J. Henriqucz of Colon defeat
ted M. D. FranceSkini, of Fort
Kobbe, 6-1, 8-6: Guardia defeated
Gercich 4-6, 6-3, 6-4: Barrera, bye;
Motta, Panama City, bye; Pinilla
defeated Ladky 6-0, 6-2; P e r r y,
bye; Omcnitsch of Panama City,
bvc; Bill Hele, Canal Zone, bye;
Silverio Mclfi, Panama City, de
feated Rov Glickenhaus of Pana
ma City, 6-1, 6-4; Ramon Ramirez
of Panama City defeated Jorge
Erhardt of Panama City 6-2, 6-0;
J. H. DauRhteridge of Fort Kobbe
defeated Pvt. Eugene Frankel of
Fort Gulick 3-6, 9-7. 6-4; Pinate,
Omphroy, Gordon Bell, Ft. Clay
ton and Hcarne, Canal Zone,
Haves defeated Henrique 6-2
6-1; Hearne defeated Bell 6-1, 6-1;
Barrera defeated Guardia 6-1, 7-5;
Motta defeated Daughteridge 6-2,
6-0; Omenitsrh defeated Melu 6-2
6-4; Pinilla defeated Perry 6 2,
5-7. 6-3: Hele defeated Ramirez
6-0, 6-0; and Omphroy defeated Pi
nate 6-3, 6-3.
Ouartar-finalt singles
6.-00 p.m. Hayes vs Barreva,
Motta" vs Pinilla,
6:45 p. mi Omenitsch vs Hele;
Omphroy vs Hearne.
First Round Men's Doubles
7:30 p.m. motta rinuia vs
I Daut-'hleridge-Franceskini; Rich-
am Kisenman umcmiscn vs m
rrera-F. Elcta.
8:15 p.m.- Hearne Hele vs
Glickenhaus-Bell; Hayes Dreyer
vs Melfi-Omphroy.
First Round Mixed Doubles
9:00 Ceci-Heurtcmatte -Elela
vs Mr. and Mrs. Glickenhaus: Mr.
and Mrs Ray Plambeck vs Patty
Perry-R. F.iscnman.
9:45 Bill Boyd-Mrs. Woodruff
vs Mary Morgan-Omenitsch.
Second Round Men's Doubles
9:45 Dick .Nelson-Myron Fish Fisher
er Fisher vs winner Motta-Pinilla, Daugh-tcriclge-Franceskini,
10:15 Mcnriquez Gercich vs
winner Eisenman-Omcnitsch, Ba-rrera-Elcta.
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Eddie lichen Bells

Mederos ToBsccme
IBCs 'Brlghl Hope'
Heavyweight Eddie Machen was
the new "bright hope today ot
the International Boxing Club.
. The aharp shooting heavy
weight from Redding, Calif.,
went before the national TV au audience
dience audience last night with only 11
professional fights under his
belt and punched out a unani
mous 10-round decision over ex experienced
perienced experienced Julio Mederos of Cu Cuba.
ba. Cuba. ; : '..
Secretary Truman Gibson of the
I.D.C. said that a fight between
handsome Eddie and Mono Valdes
"would be a good bout, and pre predicted
dicted predicted it may be held here in a a-bout
bout a-bout six weeks.
Valdes originally was suppos supposed
ed supposed to have met Machen last
night, but dropped out with a
broken nose.
Worhwi 1n who needpd the
fircf fnnr rounds to cet the tele
vision jitters out of his system,
never was aoie to aecK weucros,
191, although he belted him with
approximately a dozen lefts and
rights to an unproiesieu jaw m
the lop-sided seventh.
Sports Briefs
NEW YORK, Feb. 23 (UP)
nn hnsehail veteran eot a new
job today. Another lost his.
The Baltimore Orioles have
signed Hal Newhouser as scout
for the Detroit area. The slender
snuthnaw won 2no eames for the
Tigers and seven for Cleveland
before the Indians released mm
last May.
Th washinston Senators save
tnrmer Rrnoklvn catcher Bruce
Edwards an unconditional '. re
lease. Edwards at 32 was
the oldest nlaver on the Sena
tors The rlub now has only two
players of 30 or older.. .outfield
er Tom Wright at 32 ana eaten
er Ed FitzGeram at 31.
Three more cars have been en
tered in the IndianaDOlis 500
mile auto race on Memorial Day.
National cahmpion Jimmy Bry Bryan
an Bryan of Phoenix, Arizona, will
drive one of the new entiles...
The American Hockey League
has frozen Its roster as of last
Sunday. League officials say a
team must stick with present
players for the rest of the sea season
son season except for the emergencies
and tryouts for amateurs.1,.
' Defenseman Pierre Pilote has
rejoined the Buffalo Bisons of
the American Hockey League, pi pilote
lote pilote has been jumping back and
forth between Buffalo and Chi Chicago
cago Chicago and will return to thc
Hawks on Friday.
License Of Referee
In Gaviian light
LONDON, Feb. 23 (UP)
The Brit'sh Boxing Board of
Control has .withdrawn the li license
cense license of the referee who han handled
dled handled the recent controversial
K'd Gaviian fight in London.
However, the Board says that
referee Ben Green's decision in
favor of Peter Waterman over
Gaviian must stand. In Brit Britain,
ain, Britain, the referee Is the sole of official
ficial official at a fight.
Green 71 years old
nearly touched off a riot Feb.
7 when 10,000 London fans
protested aga'nst his decision
in favor of Waterman. Boxin;
writers and the crowd felt
Gaviian had won easily. The
boxing Board ordered a full
Investigation of Green's deci decision.
sion. decision.
I BIG GUY Robin Roberts,
' --.1 1 on . nH I. r.
I wiiu lias wuu iu (janics ii'i uic
I past live seasons, goes alter a
sixth, spurred by a Phillies'
contract making him the highest
pari pitcher in the panic.

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IN SUNDAY'S MAIN BOUT Classy bantamweight Toto Ibar Ibarra
ra Ibarra meets veteran Rodolfo Ampudla Sunday In a ten-round,
118-pound feature bout at the National Gym. Ibarra will be
making his first appearance since he was TKO's by Battlin'
Byron Cumberbatch last December. Ampudla was also defeat defeated
ed defeated by Cumberbatch nearly a year ago. The winner of Sun Sunday's
day's Sunday's battle will be given a return match with Cumberbatch,
who is considered the foremost contender, for Melvln Bourne's
118-pound crown.

College Gage Scores

(Tuesday Night)
Columbia 78, Harvard 55.
Canisius 89, Villanova 81.
Pitt 85, Carnegie Tech 81.
Rhode Island 83, Colby 61.
Muhlenberg 100, Bucknell 86.
Massachusetts 87, Connecticut
Lemoyne (N.Y.) 90, Gannon
(Pa.) 82.
Slippery Rock 92, Allegheny 70.
St. Peters (N.J.) 90, McMaster
Ont.) 56.
Cheney (Pa.) 58, NaU. (Pa.)
AeRies 57.
Fairleigh-Dickinson 72, Fairfield
Boston Univ. 78, Brandeis 67.
Assumption 61, Worcester Tchrs.
45. :
New H'n Tchrs 76, Quinn'c
(Conn.) 69.
llillyer 90, Westfield (M a s s.)
Tchrs. 74.
Bethany (W.Va.) 96, W a y n e s
burg 78.
Alderson Broaddus 98, W.Va
Weslevan 73.
E. Stroudsburg 84, Lock flaven
Potomac 91, Davis-Elkins 83.
Cortland 99, St. Lawrence 81.
Grove City 74, Clarion 72.
Manhattan 88, Hofstra 66.
Queens (N.Y.) 92, Pratt 66.
Rutgers 77, Montclair 63.
Babson 100, Gordon (Mass.) 90.
St. Louis 96, Drake 81.
Western Reserve 67, Wooster 63.
Coe 58, Cornell Howa) 56.
West. Michigan ,76, Valparaiso
Wartburg 93, Upper Iowa 80,
Central (Iowa) 80, Simpson 76.
Capital 104, Wilmington (O.) 93.
Missouri Valley 71, Tarkio 49.
Coll. Emporia 88, Ottawa (Kan.)
Depaul 91, Lewis (111.) 77.
Augustana (R'k Is'd 111.) 78,
Millikin 71.
Dickinson (N.D.) 70, Ellendale
65. .. ....
Eau Claire 102 Winona (Minn.;
Bcloit 97, Lake Forest 71v
Butler 84, Ball State 74
Franklin 67, Hanover 65.
Rose Poly 64, Shurtleff 60.
Ind. Central 95, Anderson 75.
St. Josephs 76, DcPauw 75.
Marian 103, Aurora 95.
Central (O.) 89, Taylor 72.
St. Olaf 79, Carleton 62.
Monot 99. Bottineau Forestry 55.
Mayville 107, Valley City (N.D.)
66" ' ''.''
Hamline 59, MacAlestcr 55
Aucsbure 102. Mankato 91.
Gust'v's Adolp's 85, St. J'ns
(Minn.) 75.
Yankton 105, Huron (S.D.) 92.
Northern (S.D.) 76, Southern (S,
D.) 73.
Chicago Tchrs 70, Chicago IUini
Bluffton 77. Cedarville 71.
Nebraska Wesley an 84, Peru
(Neb.) 76.
Findlay 90, Ohio Northern 79,
Muskingum 91, Marietta 79.
Kalamazoo 73, Calvin 67.
Rio Grande (O.)' 84, Lawrence
Tech 79.
Wilberforce at Defiance, ppd,
Southern Methodist 89, Baylor
68." t
Texas 94. Rice 82.
New. Mex. A&M 68, Texas Tech
Adams (Colo.) State 77, N. M.
High's 67.
N. M. West, 87, Arizona St.
(Flag'ff) 82.
Howard Payne 91, Trinity (Tex.)

Ibarra's Sparmates

Wayland 86, McMurry 73.
S.W. (Tex.) 69. St. Edwards
(Tex.) 67.
N.C. Stale 79, North Carolina 73.
Duke 92, Virginia 58.
Geo. Washington 70. Georcetown
West, Kentucky 85. Cincinnati
South Carolina 89, Clemson 83
E., Kentucky 86. Louisville 84.
Virginia Military 90. The Citadel
ay. ..
Wofford 77, Davidson 73.
Louisiana Tech 76. Northw'n La
David Lipscomb 73, Belmont
Baltimore U. 97, Towson (Md.)
70. -
Randolph-Macon 75. Lynchburg
Mt. St. Marys 90, W. Maryland
Albany (Ga.) State 75, Glaflin
(S.C.) 61.
Newport News App. 90,, Norfolk
wm & Mary 83.
N.E. La 94, Louisiana College 85
Idaho State 77, Colorado Coll. 52.
Montana 68, Montana State 58,
St. Mary's (Cal.) 69, San Frjc Frjc-Cisco
Cisco Frjc-Cisco St 55. '.'
Coll. Mary's (Cal.) 69, San Fr'c'o
St. 55.
San Jose State 70, Fresno St. 67
Whittier 61, Pasadena Nazarene
Occidental 73, Pomona-C 1 a r e e-mont
mont e-mont 70.
Southern Oregon 58, O r e g o n
Tech 36.
Cal Pol (S. L's Ob'o) 87, West West-mont
mont West-mont 72.
N.W. Nazarene 82, Seattle Paci Pacific
fic Pacific 74. ;
Hot Rod Hundley
HOT STUFF -Rod Hundley,
West Virginia's hot shooting
court clown, usually gives op opponents
ponents opponents some of this hippor hippor-riipper
riipper hippor-riipper before getting off legiti legitimate
mate legitimate shots.

Outstanding bantamweight pros
pect Toto Ibarra, who tangles
with veteran Rodolfo Ampudia in
a ten-round, 120 pound feature
bout at the National Gym Sunday,
is getting ready for the big bout
by working out with two boxers
who are known for their toughness
in Panama rings.
Yttrdty fttrnon t t h
gym, Tot spirrtd two rounds
with 118-pound champ Mtlvin
Bourn and than ndd up his
drill boxing thr htats w i t h
Sammy Medina, th ftrmir
fathrwight king who mt
Black Bill in th eight round
semifinal on Sunday's card.


Bourne, who has the reputation
of being a dirty fighter even in
sparring sessions, tried to rough
up Toto on several occassions but
the youngster from Chiriqui was
not backing up. He exchanged so solid
lid solid punches with the champion
and the large gallery taking in the
proceedings applauded enthusias
tically each time the boys mixed
it up.
Toto workout with Medina
was equally impressive. Al
though outweighed by at least
ten pounds Ibarra took every everything
thing everything Medina had to offer and
landed some felting blows him himself.
self. himself. :
Sunday's main prelim brines to
gether hard punching San Bias In Indian
dian Indian Arias Mendez and promising
youngster Enrique Perea who will
be attempting to chalk up his sec
ond win in as many pro fights
The match is set for four heats.
lhe lanky Perea is one of two
local fighters to beat. Ibarra in
the amateur ranks. Great thincs
are predicted for him. He now
fights in the featherweight class
in me curtain raiser bantam bantamweights
weights bantamweights Melanio P a c h e c o and
Juan Saiazar clash in i four
Famed liino Farina
To Make Farewell
Appearance In '5G0'
NEW YORK, Feb. 23 (UP)-One
of the world's most famous racing
drivers will make his last appear appearance
ance appearance in this year's Indianapolis
Veteran Nino Farina of Italy
will quit racing after his last bid
for glory on Memorial Day. And
the white-haired Italian will be
making more than a sentimental
gesture. He'll be driving a car of
radical design, built to reach un unprecedented
precedented unprecedented speeds on the famous
The new roadster is beintr built
at the Oscar factory in Bologna
Italy. It will have only two gears,
ami special tires designed to sive
greater traction on curves. The
outer edges of the tires will be
much, stronger than usual racing
tires, and are expected to prevent
the car from swervinn out of the
track even after entering curves
at top speed.
The car's eneine will he on tho
left side of the car. Its weight will
balance the weight of the driver,
gasoune ana on tanks, and steer
ing apparatus, au on the r i g a t
sine. i. .. ..
The roadster will have a six-cv.
Under Ferrari engine, and is being
puut on an American Kurtis Kraft
Along The Fairways
A combined team representing
Hq & Hq Btry, 65th AAA Group
ana auetn aa operations Detach
ment nosed out the 23d Medical
Battalion quintet by seven strok
es to capture the tronhv in the
Fort Clayton Company Level Golf
.tournament last Wednesday. The
winning group notched a 1273 mark
in the 72 hole competition.
Tournament scores were record
ed on a best four out of five basis,
The four low scores for each team
were recorded on each of the three
days of competition, low man for
uie noi iiguring in me lauy.
Pfc Don Cameron of the 2nd
place' team garnered individual
honors for the tournament, notch
ing a 72, 68 63 and 79 for an eight
stroke advantage over runner-up
John Brophy s 290 total.
Play on the last day of the tourn
anient was highlighted by a hole
in one by Maior Wesley A. Glenn
of the 7461st Signal. Major Glenn
saw his drive from the tee bounce
in on the second hop to ace the 153
yard third hole.
Members of the winning Hq
Btry-506th team were: M-Sgt. Ld
ear A. Price, and Pvt. Louis Mc
Nanphtwr of -He- Btnr -and -M-SgU
K. D. Bergere. Pvt. Richard Da
vis and Pvt. Austin Cooper of the
sofifh. Plav was held M.o n d a y
Tuesday and Wednesday of, last

Six Records

In Gamfaoa
Over 300 swimmers from the
Canal Zone were on hand yester yesterday
day yesterday afternoon for the Fourth
Annual Gamboa Civic Council
Swim Meet The spectators were
treated to some of the finest
competition ever seen lu tht
Zone. ..".
Records were set In six differ different
ent different events with honors evenly
distributed between the age
group and unlimited events.
220 F.S. Men Time: 2:19. 2:19.-81.
81. 2:19.-81. Bob Connor 2 Joe Black Blackburn
burn Blackburn 3 Sam Rowley.
25 F.S.-Glrls Time; 23 81
Connie Zemer 2 Jane Wilson
3 Mildred Drawbaugh (7 and
25 F.S. Boys, 7 and under under-Time
Time under-Time : 17.7 1 John Townsend
2 Gary Voucher 3 Kevin Yo Yo-cum.
cum. Yo-cum. :.-' .., : ::
25 F.S. Girls, 8 and under under-Time:
Time: under-Time: 19.4 1 Susan Shirk 2
Christine Jenner 3 Barbara
Lewter. '
25 F.S-Boys. 8 and under-
First Heat 17.3 1 Randall Ak
ers 2 Kevin Bradley 3 w J.
Watklns 4 Craig Holiday.
25 F.S. Boys 2 and under-
Second Heat Time: 15.6.
1 Mathew Manning 2 Andy
jacobsen 3 Roark Summerford
4 Duke Wilson.
100 Breast -r- Men Time:
1:09.4-1L-Albert Higglns 2
Don Ryter 3 John Bayroth.
25 F.S. Girls 9 and 10 First
Heat Time: 15.4 1 Harriet He
witt 2 Conchlta Graves 3 Jane
25 F.S.' Girls 9 and 10 Sec
ond Heat Time: 15.3 1 Helen
George 2 Marge Mahoney 3
Betsy Mallory.
25 F.S. Girls 9 and 10 Tnira
Heat Time: 16.8 ,1 Nancy Mo Mo-rency
rency Mo-rency 2-Jeanne Walker 3 Pat
25 F.S. Boys 9 and 10 First
Heat--Time: 15. 1 Henry Shirk
2 Brian FelDs 3 William Arey.
25 F.S. Boys 9 and 10 Second
Heat Timer 14.8 1 Sam Wltkin
2 Keith Nessle 3 Richard Vaa
25 F.S. Boys 9 and 10 Thira
Heat Time: 13.8 1 Martin
Holmes 2 Wheeler 8 Jer-
rv Mann. : '.' '
ion Back women -. Time:
1:15.8 (New C.Z. RecordV 1 Ida
Strauss 2 Grace Argo 3 Dan
ielle Harned. I
100 Back Men Time: i:
07.6 1 Bob Connor 2 joe
Blackburn 3 Don Rice.
25 f.s. Bovs. 8 and under-
Finals Time: 18.2 1 Mai-
thew Mannine 2 Anay jacoD
sen 3 Roark Summerford (New
r. 7. Record).,
25 F.S. Girls 9 and 10 Finals-
Time: 15.4 1 Helen George
Harriet Hewitt 3-Marge Ma-
hftnov. ;',..
25 F.S. Boys 9 and 10 Finals
Time: 139 (New C.Z. Kecorai
1 Martin Holmes 2 Wheeler-
Sam Wttkin.
sn FA Girls 11 and 12 First
Heat-Timer 35.1 1 Charlene
nraves 2-Jeanne Halvosa 3
Ronnie Davis.
fin f.55. Girls 11 and 12 Sec
ond Heat Time: 34.4 1 Hel Helen
en Helen Spector 2 Edytham Parrot.
3 Pat Davis. ,
50 F.S. Girls 11 and 12 Third
Heat-Time: 36. 1--Grace Fi-
eueroa 2 Linda Gill 3 Joyce
50 FJS. Boys 11 and 12 First
Heat Time: 32.1 1 Martin
Holmes 2 Robert Wheeler 3
Jack Holcomb.
so F.s. Bovs 11 and 12 Sec
ond Heat Time: 13.9 1 Leo
Dehlinger 2 Jerry Craw
ford 3 Tom Ebdon.
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Swim Me
Third Heat Time: 35.1 1
Garth Feeney 2 Art Umber Umber-ger
ger Umber-ger 3 Larry O'Quinn.
50 F.S. Girls-13 and 14
Time: 31.1 Danielle Harned
2 Diane Hlckey 5 Sarah
Spector. ,.;:' :
50 FJS. Boys 13 and 14
First Heat Time: 27.9 1 Ro.
lando Chanls 2 Alan Scott 3
Bob Barnes 4 Art Parrott.
50 F.S. Boys 13 and 14
Second Heat Time: 28. 1
Tim Days 2 John Snod.
grass 3 Mike Cunningnam 4
George Slaughter.
100 Medley Relay Girls 10
and under Time: 1:24.3 1
Helen George Harriet Hewitt
Pat Daly Conchlta Graves.
100 Medley Relay Boy
10 and under Time: 1:19.-1
Jerry Mann Sam Witkm
William Arey Martin Holmes,
100 FJS. Women Time: 1:08.-
8 1 Mary Frances Tucker 2
Grace Argo 3 Marie Dube.
100 FS. Men Time: 57.5 1
Bob Connor 2 Joe Blackburn 3
Sam Rowley.
50 FJS. Girls 11 and 12 Tl-
nals Time: 34.3 V Helen
Spector 2 Charlene Graves 3
Grace Flgueroa.
50 F.S. Boys li ana iz-fi-
nals Time: 30.1 1 -Martin
Holmes 2 Leo Dehlinger 3
Jerry Crawford.
50 F.S. Boys 13 and 14
Finals Time: 27.5 1 Tim
Days 2 Rolando Chanls 3
John Snodgrass. :
100 Medley Relay Girls, 12
and under Time: 1:191
Pat Daly Verna Hlldebrand
Charlene Graves Helen George.
100 Medley Relay Boys. 12
and under Time: 1:11.61
Jack Campbell Tom Ebdon Tom
Dugan Jerry Crawford.
200 Meaiey Relay Giru
14 and under Time: 2:411
Danielle Harned Barbara
Bartlett Sarah Syector Mary
Frances Tucker.. :
200 Medley Relay Boys
14 and under Timt: 3:23.3
1 Bill Hitch e o c k Dav
Browne Joe Trower Tim Days.
100 F.S. Relay Girls, 10 and
under .Time; 1:08.8 (New
C.Z. Record). 1 Harriet Hew Hewitt
itt Hewitt W Conchlta Graves Pat
Daly H. George.
100 FJS. Relay Boys, 10 ana
under Time: 1:02.8 (New C.Z.
Record) 1 Jerry Mann William
Arey Sam Wltkln Martin
50 F.S. Women Time: 30.3
1Marif ranees Tucker 2
Grace Argo Marie Dube.
50 F.S. Men Time: 25 3 1
Don Ryter 2 Joe Blackburn
3 Leon Dodrowolskl. ; :
100 F.S. Relay Girls 13 and
under Time: 1:02.4 1 Har Harriet
riet Harriet Hewitt Verna Hlldebrand
Cha r 1 e n e Graves Helen
George,-" ,.',.,-
100 F.S. Relay Boys 13
and under Timer; 68.8-4
Jack Campbell Harry Van Loon
Tom Ebdon Jerry Crawford.
200 F.S. Relay Girls 14 and
under Time: 2:121 Sara
Spector Danielle Harned Ma
rifrances Tucker Barfbara
200 F.S. Relay Boys 14
and under Time: 1:56.3 1
Alan Scott John Snodgrasi
Joe Trower Tim Days.
200 F.S. Relay Women
Time: 2:05.8 (New C.Z. Record)
1 Danielle Harned Judy En En-eelke
eelke En-eelke Ida Straus Marlfrances
200 F.S. Relay Men Time:
1:41.2 (New CZ. Record) 1 Don
ftyter Joe Blackburn Nils
Lindsfors Bob Connor. i
Due Bajboa, V. reo. za
Due Balboa, C. Z. March Z
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COLORFUL Completing morning chores as a hot. walker at
iHialeah Park, Bob Fowler spends the afternoon depicting horses
on canvas at Hialeah Park. Sales have encouraged an exhibition.


Sports gave television its first big push, literally, millions

of sets the nation over were soia on ne sireugin ui im wy
of athletic events the mirchaser would, be. able to see on n

home screen.
with th. vpar. the numher of such events increased rather

than decreased. Quality, however, did not keep pace with quan quantity
tity quantity This was particularly true In boxing and gradually the
more important championships began to disappear from home
screens. ,,,
"You can't do this to me," cried Mr. Legion, widely known

set owner. "The man promised I'd get all sports. i
But the man didn't say positively. Fred J. Muggs is actually
beUfciv inown to its..t tuu by:i..v i
heavyweight champion has shown only once on home screens.
He's too valuable a property to give away, so promoter Jim
Norrls peddles him Independently to theaters.

The trade calls somctning eise, dui h is nunji'j
you-see television,' a method that would put the same fight on
your home screen for a fraction of what theater viewers pay,
Hnf firet it tn h ffrpcn.iiffh tpd hv the FCC. .-.and when

and if that will be no man can say.

In the past several years 14 major fights. Including the
. explosive return between Robinson and Turpin for the middle middleweight
weight middleweight title, have been taken off the free-air list and made
. into theater productions. ?
The blooming vitality of this enterprise Is emphasized by

these comparisons: The first theater telecast, featuring Louis
"and Savold, played eight houses in six cities, and grossed
' $30,000 last fall .133 theaters showed Marclano voA Moore In
82 cities and the box-office aggregate was $1,250,000, :


Four of Team'.
Stars Hustling

NEW YORK, Feb. 23 (UP)
The Brooklyn Dodgers served
notice on their rivals today that
winning a world championship
hasn't made them prima don donnas.
nas. donnas.
Four of the team's" highest highest-paid
paid highest-paid stars pitcher Don New New-combe,
combe, New-combe, catcher Roy Campanella,
first-baseman Gil Hodge, and

outfielder Carl Furlllo worked

as Industriously as the lowest

sub Wednesday when manager

wait Alston greeted his "ad "advance
vance "advance guard" of 27 pitchers and
Newcombe, who had been
advised by a doctor to go
slow because of a recent virus
attack, was the first man en
the field. A 20-game winner
. last season, "Big Newk" look looked
ed looked like an 18-year-old minor
leaguer determined to win a
job by impressing the manage
with a fast start in training.
Campanella, Hodges and Fu

rlllo soon after requested and

received permission to Join the

workout All were warned by Al

ston that they would have to
follow the rigid routine If they

intended to work out.

i ne worm cnampions were
greeted by three brass bands
and about 1,000 fans who turned

out to make It a big day for the

Vero Beach, Fla Chamber of


Elsewhere, the Ame 1 1 can

League champion New York

Yankees' pitchers and catchers
started workouts under manager

uasey Stengel and the Washing

ton Senators revealed that Dean
Stone, star rookie pitcher of

1954, is a holdout.

Bob Turley, a 17-game winner
last season, was the center of

attraction at the Yankees first

workout. Turley Impressed Sten

gel when he tipped the scales at

202 pounds 18 fewer than when
he reported last spring.
At Orlando. Stone checked
into the Senators' camp and
- declared he has refused a $2, $2,-000
000 $2,-000 pay cut from the $10,000 he
received last year. Club presi president
dent president Calvin Griff th confirm,
ed that Stone. 12-10 in 1954
but 6-13 last season, had re returned
turned returned unsigned several ton ton-tracts.
tracts. ton-tracts. :
At Mesa, Ariz., catcher Clyde
McCullough launched his 17th
season as a big leaguer when he
checked in at the Chicago Cubs'
camp. Manager Stan Hack also
expressed pleasure in the ap appearance
pearance appearance of pitcher Russ Meyer

oDiamea in a winter deal with
th Dodgers, and already being




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SAFE AT HOME Fort Kobbe runner Jack Ray beats the ball as he dives across homeplate
for Kobbe's first run against West Bank in an Armed Forces Little League game. The Little
Lifeliners came through with an 8-1 victory, this makes eight games played and eight games
wen the Fort Kobbe Little League. (U.S. Army Photo)

So far the big ones, or "quality shows," as Barney Balaban,
president of Paramount Pictures, describes attractions that are
denied the home screens, which Is to be. .. theater TV or pay-as-you-see
Jim Norrls runs boxing In America. His views:
"If nav-as-vou-see offers u an attractive return we must be

interested in it. Right now its practical value is conjectural, called, the "hardest

For example, we know theater TV can never threaten home TV! player In camp."

lor a volume or tights. It has to be proved tnat pay xv can
pull the same audience weekly that the (free) TV does.
i "One thing we most surely know: Theater TV and home
TV can live together. But pay-as-you-see, attaining its full
potential, would leave no room for either theater TV, or home
(free) TV. It would put every medium of transmitting fights
out of .business.' --
The congenial relationship between theater TV and home
TV, as observed by the IBO boss, should be carefully noted by
Gus H. Twistadial. It means he's going to get fewer and fewer
fights of consequence.
What about baseball? Oddly, they seem to be thinking In
terms- diametrically opposed to boxing. The big ones, meaning
the World Series and the All-Star game, the fans would con continue
tinue continue to get for free; the regular season games, if and when,
they'd get on a pay-as-you-see basis.
. Commissioner Ford Frlck Is now in the process of nego negotiating'
tiating' negotiating' a new five-year broadcasting contract for the World
Series. V:.. :
"And this much I can assure the fans," he saM. "For that
length of time at least they'll get all the games for free."

Manager Marty Marlon sched

wed the Chicago White sox's
first intra-squad game for to tomorrow
morrow tomorrow while manager Mayo
Smith of the Philadelphia Phil Phillies
lies Phillies said "everything was ready"

iur nexi wees's camp opening.
Inlemafiona! Loop
AH-Slars To Play
Milwaukee July 23

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A call to remember
There is no more wbolesomejmd pleasing drink
than good Scotch Whisky and there is no finer

Scotch than Black & White n. Distilled and
bottled in Scotland, "Black & White" is
Scotch at its best Remember to ask for
"Black & White" next time you call for Scotch.

Distilled and Bottled in Scotland






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FOULING OXE OFF Fort Kobbe's pitcher and the Armed Forces Little League "Home Run
King" Mike Carbonl fouls one off of his bat during the Kobbe-West Bank game. The next
ball over Mike smashed for a double to drive in another run for Kobbe to help the Little
Lifeliners defeat West Bank with a final score of 8-1. Fort Kobbe's Little League have eight
wins to their credit and are yet to suffer a defeat. (U.S. Army Photo)

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MONTREAL, Feb. 23 (UP)
An International All-Star team

will play the Milwaukee Braves
of the National League at Tor Toronto
onto Toronto next July 23, League Pres President
ident President Frank Rhauchnessv an.

wny wouia DaseDan want w give away its most resplendent nounced today.

attractions and tax viewers (as has been suggested bv Walter John Quinn Milwaukee oun.

w miic.r vi wic oiuuKiynaj iur ii ruuuiie activities r ratienuy era.1 manasrer salrf the snflr
Frlck strove to clarify the seeming Inconsistency. BraveTshar M the rate which
. "Economically, the World Series takes care of Itself. As a 532 f"6. -"S J SliSS
rule, we have more business than we can handle. The day-to, t LZ"V

any operation or a flub is something else., and, with some of r, "V, ",c VB"
them, keening out of the red ia a desnerate struwle. adian cancer Fund.

"We conducted a baseball survey last vear in which' some ; Preliminary plans call for

2U,uuv people participated, we were su

buuui u per cent oi mem exnressea a willingness to nav

reasonable f um, say 25 to 50 cents, for "nay-as-you-see baseball."
- Trick thought it -quite probable indeed that a number of

owners would embrace the system if given the opnortunltv. He
could cite several reasons to lustifv such action includlng.Jhe

iiuKiauun to suDuros. xnere is no-iaw m tne dook against an
owner entering Into a pay-as-vou-see deal.

"There is no law against making such a deal for the World

ueries. eirT." he added, "but It will, never ha poen. Certainly,

iut us i nave anyimng 10 say edoui h.
Tomorrow: One vote for pay television... and why.

Team Standings

Hotel El Panama .... wz vz

Austin-Nash ........ 49 43
Restaurante Skychef $ 4flV'2
Seymour Agency . . 39 53
Th third and fourth place

teams upset the league leadersj

last Friday night and won u
matches by three to ene. -
Seymour Agency scored their
victory over Hotel Bl Panama.

Ted Melanson, with help fromlTermites


Melanson .......... 198
-Colbert 190
Jacober 189
Almeda 188
McOarvey 188
Figer 185
Kutsch ............ 183


wnt-rv nnlbert and Chief Lam

hP ipd sevmour Agency while

Billy Coffey and Ted Wllber were Branlff Airways

high for Hotel El Panama,


asi year in wnirn some i F'""o ,oi iui
rprised to discover thati"ans to choose the International
a willingness to pay a All-Stars bv newspaper and ra-

cHOES l?)zf

Sizes 10 up

Regular Prices . 8.50 to 18.50
Now $6.95

m m





dio votes, a system similar to
that used by the major leagues

to select their All-Star teams.

It is expected that each club

will furnish two or more player:

for the All-Star team. The

Braves, who boast such stars as
Eddie Mathews, Bobby Thomson,

Hank Aaron, and Bill Bruton

finished second In the National

League last year,

Don Drysdale
Siqns Contract

With Montreal

MONTREAL, Feb. 23-(UP)-

Right-hander Don Drysdale. le

garded as one of the brightest

pitcmng prospects In the Brook Brooklyn
lyn Brooklyn Dodger organization, return returned
ed returned his signed 1956 contract today
to the Montreal Royals.
The 20-year-old fastballer had
an 11-11 record In his rookie sea season
son season last year in the Internation International
al International League and is expected to be
the workhorse of Greg Mul Mul-leavy's
leavy's Mul-leavy's staff this year. He had a
3.44 earned run average in 1955.
Drysdale lives in Van Nuys,
Calif., and played a year at Ba Ba-kersfield
kersfield Ba-kersfield before moving up to
Triple "A" ball. ;


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Team Standings
Seymour Agency 40

37 Vi

f. 1 1 MA.

uariDS .'. ............ in yj
Dehlinger'a Agency 25
Sleepers 25


20 Va





906 949 967 2822








.995 85J 980 2826

Restaurante Skychef. with Bud
no leer ... B38. and Roily Glelch-

man, 603, offset the terrific 683

Braniff Airways "flew

o-!o;irom uennneer's Agency for a

553 1 "three point landing" and shov

eled the acency trane back Into a

last place tie with the Sleepers.

Ken Woodcock piloted Braniff

Airways to victory with a 621
set that included a 260 game,
George Riley stood out for Dehl Dehl-inger's
inger's Dehl-inger's Agency.
The Caribs won two games
from the Sleepers. Ted Albrit Albrit-ton
ton Albrit-ton led the Caribs while Al Ml
nor was hinh for the Sleepers.

The Yankees scored a shut-out

over the Termites and enabled
Seymour Agency to Increase Its
league lead to two and one-half


of Jake Jacober of. Austin-Nash;points. Earl Best and Billy Cof

and led Restaurante Skychef to fey were high for their respec-

thelr three point vln.







, 168


898 1018 845 2761


Pacific Softball

Second Half Standings:

Glud Agencies ..,
American Legion
26th Engineers .


. :. Today's Game
Glud Agencies vs. Pan Liquldo,
4:45 p.m. .
r" Yesterday's Results

Amer. Legion 010 731 1-13 11 2
26th Engineers, 002 200 1- 5 8 3

American Legion sained sec

ond place by virtue of a 13-5
victory over the 26th Engineers.
MIndt and Hartman each had
3 for 5, scored five runs and
drove home six. Krull hit 3 for

or the Engineers, Including a
n homer in the second, ln ln-'
' ln-' Bud Hartman stole home

for the Legion in the sixth. i

The box score:

Legion Ab R II Po

Mindt,'2b ....... 5 2 3 1

Green, If ........ 5 0

O'Conner, 3b 5 1
Hartman, lb-c ... 5 3
Banner, cf 3 1
Nelson, rf ........ 0 2

Drueg, ss ........ 2 1

Bradley, ss ....... 2 0
Talmadge, c-lb .. 2 2

Veeh, p 3 J

32 13 11 21

tive -teanu;i:i:r" n ;-"-r vf-- Eni1neen'--r!-

In the Seymour Agency-Tasco.carluccl. ss ...... 4 1

match, Jake Jacober was the: Krull, cf ......,' 4 2
whole show, rolling 196, 255, 245,lNedrowr 2b ...... 4 0
for a total of 696. but Seymour! Russell." lb ....... 4 0

Agency could only win

points from -Tasco. High
Tasco was Bud Balcer.

two Allison. 3b

for Novinska, c

Godwin, If

Lane .


Zeletes .

Welch .







962 973 887 2802

Single Game
Balcer ...;.( 267
Jacober ............ 262
Jacobff ............ 258
' Three Games
Coffey ............. 722
Coffey" 7fl3
Balcer 60S
Coffey 203
Balcer .......,...; 203
Best 199

Individual Highs For The Season

Coffey 718
Jacober 696
Balcer ............. 650
Jest ............... 267
Woodcock 260
Khimpp ........... 258
Coffey 201
Best .............. 196
Balcer 196
Jacober 191
Cambv ............ 605
Kenealy 540
Frankel 486
Hicks ............. 213
. Gunn ............. 19!)
Riley ; 185
' Kenealy "161
Camby ............. 160
. Hickg -. : 159
Gunn .............. 156



is, p
, rf

81 5

Stolen bases: Hartman. RBI'i:
Mindt 4, Green, Nelson, Hart Hartman
man Hartman 2, Banner, Krueg, Veeh 3,
Krull 2, Allison, Adams 2. Two Two-base
base Two-base hits: Adams. Three-base
hits: Mindt. Home runs: Hart Hartman,
man, Hartman, Mlndt, Krull. Bases on

balls off: Veeh 1, Adams

Struck out by: Veeh 1. Adams
5. Winning pitcher: Veeh. Losing

pitcher:1 Adams. Umpire: Wes Wesson.
son. Wesson. Time: 1 :38.-Scorer: Thorne.

There will be a meeting at the

Pacific Softball League Park on
Friday, Feb. 24, Immediately aft after
er after the Signal-Engineer game. AH

persons concerned are urged to


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190 Sudanese
Die In 'Black
Hole' Prison



C1 Atillfl

KHARTOUM. Sudan, Feb. 23
(UP) An official announcement
today blamed suffocation for the
deaths of 190 Sudanese cot ion
farmers jammed into a. single
room of a "black hole" prison af af-.ter
.ter af-.ter their arrest Sunday in cotton
TlOtS. ,.
! Representatives 'of the W h 1 1 e
Nile Tenants League said another
1150 tenants were kil led by police
eun fire in new noting Tuesday
it Kosti, 240 miles south of Khar Khartoum.,
toum., Khartoum.,
r The victims of the "black hole"
deaths were among 285 cotton
farmers arrested by police after
S clamoring for higher prices
for their crops exploded in to T.ot T.ot-.
. T.ot-. a cnnWpsman for the

nersoYthe Oo5a Agricultural

yi Ho nn inp nunc

the Sunday riots were Com.
munist inspired.

. The cotton farmers were held
s at on armv barracks

in Kosti for questioning. When the
nnnnori vpstpuday, ISO

ouurs wcio v..-- j j

of the prisoners were uw
ers were critically ill.

The tragedy recalled the "black
ho e o Calcutta" in India when
?S of 146 Britons died 200 years
atfo when they were imprisoned
.ovTghUn aW during na-

live up.i

The Sudanese government said
caie of the mass deaths had not

vet been ocicrmuieu t ------
7" :i u.ih.. Am n el Sayed

police commandant Amin Ahmed
- and a number of doctors

to Kosti to investigate.

said it was

believed that the cause "".
.nini)f from the heal

Kerc owding." Deputy Police

Commandant Sayed Amin Miy
7 -l the HpolhS. SR1C

Tl T ve" resulted from food

"T'.:- .ch hv meals tne

.ffnerS aTe before their arrest.


Governor Seybold
Returns From D.C.

'Let the people know the truth and the country is safe" Abraham Lincoln.

31st YEAR



Israel Restive As War Talk

Spreads In louchy Mid East


War talk spread in the powderkeg

Middle East today.

King Hussein of Jordan publicly

charged that Israel is preparing
to attack. Israeli Premier David

Ben Gurien demanded 150,000 men

and women from organized labor

to throw up frontier barricades,

Complicating matters in the

Middle East was a' growing irrita

tion over the arms problem. Israel
is restive about shipment of Com Communist
munist Communist arms to Eypt and Am American
erican American tanks to Saudi Arabia. Is Israeli
raeli Israeli diplomatic sources said pres pressure
sure pressure on their country is expected
to increase in connection with Is Israel's
rael's Israel's appeal for arms from the
United States.
Jordan's young King Hussein ac accused
cused accused Israel of plotting war on
his country at a banquet yesterday
in the Jordanian sector of Jeru Jerusalem.
salem. Jerusalem. It was an unusual state statement
ment statement for the King to make. He
has seldom made such flat pre predictions.
dictions. predictions. "Information available to ut
indicates that the enemy intend
to launch an attack against .ut
soon," ho said,
"We are fully? prepared to enter
the battle."
The British-trained 20,000-m a n
Arab Legion of Jordan is consid considered
ered considered one of the finest fighting forc forces
es forces in the Middle East.
"We are confident that victory
will be ours, God willing," he said.
Israel countered with its pro proposal
posal proposal to draft 150,000 workers of

the half-million-member "Histadrut

labor organization for construction

of defenses in "frontline settle settlements."
ments." settlements."
Premier Ben Gurion aDDealed

. v..lfnr thp- wnrkpra in rin "nnp-millinn

. -Governor Seybold rcuimeu

plane yesterday from an ouiut
'l.inoM trin to Washington and

New York. He was away from the

Isthmus for about ten aays.

work days" in border villages. He1
told the labor couneH the workers
could do it by taking a one-week
vacation from their jobs and pitch-'

mg in.
The Israeli government also an announced
nounced announced that it has decided fo
draft Druses for service in the

armed fonces. The Druses are a
hard-fighting hill tribe, largely
from Syria, who live in Israel.
They had been exempt from the
draft but could volunteer for the
standard 2V4-year military service
nprinrt v

One border incident occurred

Hurine the spate of war talk.

Mai. Dan Gov, Israeli military

sDokesman: said five Israeli sol

diers were wounded when their
truck hit a land mine well within
Israeli territory in the southeast
Negev Desert, near the Jordanian



The-Governor returned in time
to attend the annual swim meet at
the Gamboa pool which is spon sponsored
sored sponsored bv the Gamboa Civic Coun Council
cil Council on Washington's Birthday.


.75, .40

1;00, 2:35, 4:40, 6:40, VM p.m.

Not since Scarlett and Jeze Jezebel
bel Jezebel has the South produced

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McCarthy Assails
Foreign Policy

01 Ike's Reoime

NEW YORK. Feb. 23 (UP)-Sen

Joseph R. McCarthy assailed the
Eisenhower administration's for

eign policy last night and demand demanded
ed demanded that the United Slates "encour

age" free Chinese, Koreans and

Viet Namese to attack the Communists.

McCarthy and Sen. William E.
Jenner of Indiana both were criti

cal of the administration in ad addresses
dresses addresses before a Washington's
Brilhday rally of Ihe "For Ameri America"
ca" America" organization in Carnegie Hall.

McCarthy described Gen. Doug Douglas
las Douglas MacArthur as "the contempor contemporary
ary contemporary George Washington" and said

"neither Douglas MacCarthur nor

Washington, if the -decision had

been his, would have extended

the hand of friendship to the Sov

iet Union as was done last sum

mer at Geneva.

Jenner also leveled a verbal at

tack at the United Nations and
said the United Nations constitutes

a threat to our constitution and
our liberties at home, as great as
its threat to our independence as
a nation in foreign affairs."

McCarthy said the United

States must seek to wipe Com

munism from the earth and said

the United States should

"encourage free peoples-especial
ly those in Asia with armed fore

es at their disposnl to attempt

to liberate their Communist-held


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American Speeder
Poses Question 0!
Other Man's Ticket

Bicycle Safety
Classes For Kids
Set For Saturday

A 54-vear-old American charged

today with speeding in Curundu
raised the question as to why he
was civen a ticket when the car

he was following was allowed to

go free. Instructor Walter Alves has

James K. Bauer, the defenilant.requested each child to bring' a

Bicycle safety classes for all
children seven years of age or
older will be conducted Satur Saturday
day Saturday morning, beeinninn at 9 o' o'clock
clock o'clock near the Balboa High

m Amef k'

who pleaded not guilty to speed

ing at 45 miles an nour on cu

rundu Road yesterday morning,
was found guilty-by Balboa Ma

gistrate Judge John E, Ueming
who fined the man $10.

A military policeman testuiea

that he had followed Bauer's car

through three stop signs and fi

nally signanea tne anver 10 puu

over near tne turunau gate.
Bauer, through a written state statement
ment statement read by the clerk, said that
he was following another car
throughout the entire trip, and pos posed
ed posed the question:
"If I was speeding, how about
the car in front of me, 4 why
wasn't he given a ticket?" v
: To which the MP replied that
he was docking Bauer's car, and
not the one in front of the defendant.

Before fining Bauer $10, Judge
Deming remarked that the mere

fact that the other car was speed
ins was no excuse.

"Maybe he should have gotten
a ticket too, but that is no legal
excuse. I'm sure the MP would
have liked to give the other man
a ticket also, so it's not his fault,"
the Jude said.

slip of paper with his name and

post oi nee box numoer.
The course Is for those chil children
dren children who missed the earlier

$3 Theft Brings
Charge Of Larceny

A man who claimed he did not

take 10 pounds of brass fittings

but "found", them, was charged
with Detit larceny today in the

Balboa Magistrate's Court.

s Marcos A. Herrera, 21, pleaded
not euiltv to the cbsrge of steal-

ine the fittings, worli $3 from the

Old La Boca Clubhouse area. It
was the property of contractor B.
S. Lalli.
The case was continued until
tomorrow afternoon to allow the
Panamanian defendant to call his

BREAKING THROUGH THE ICE BARRIER At Lorch, Germany, an ice bSlrrffiS
way through drift, Ice near the Lqrelei Rock (right) as the Ice barrier threatens to block a
bend of the Rhine River. The deep freeze gripping Europe has claimed more than 800 lives.
Europeans Wage Aerial War OnThe Elements

As Record Cold Wave Brings Death To 827

- l (NEA Telephoto)
TANKS ON WAY TO SAUDI ARABIA En route to audi Arabia with 18 tanks, the freight freighter
er freighter James Monroe is eased from her pier in Brooklyn, N. Y., as a Coast Guard boat (fore-
ground) stands by protectively. The State Department lifted its ban on the shipment despite
Congressional protests that the United States first consider similar arms for Israel.

Balboa Magistrate
Spells Out Meaning
Of Grand Larceny

Grand larceny can mean the
threft of property valued at $50 or
more, or property taken from the
person of another, This was the

description of the crime outlined

by Balboa Magistrate Judge Jonn
E. Deming today in court to a de defendant,
fendant, defendant, Cirilo Criehlow.
Crichlow pleaded guilty to grand
larceny, but added: "It was not
such a high value as you said."
The 19-year-year old Panama Panamanian
nian Panamanian wa9 charged with stealing
$56.50 from a purse. He appeared
in court today .wearing a T-shirt

on which was printed .' against

The tall youth apparently d I d

not understand completely the

charge, whereupon the Judge
gave his definitions.
The case was continued until to tomorrow
morrow tomorrow afternoon.

LONDON, Feb. 23 (UP)-Europe

warred on the elements yesterday
with planes and artillery. J

Yugoslav bombers and artillery

blasted ice threatening to "cause

worse flooding of its rivers. Planes
dropped supplies to snowbound
Europeans caught in the 22nd day

of one of the worst cold waves
on record.

Ice in the Seine threatened to

crush the bridges of Paris. Swit Switzerland
zerland Switzerland called for a brownout to

conserve precious fuel, Communist

East Germany ordered farmers
into the coal mines to dig in an

effort to replenish dwindling fuel
supplies. Ice cut Denmark in three
parts. A hungry wolf, pack- attack

ed five persons in Italy where a

thaw threatened to cause ava


The death toll kept rising. At

last report. 927 persons were dead

as a result of tne com wnicn starr

ed with Siberian-born winds on

Feb. X. Weather forecasters said

warm air was developing in Rus

sia but the cold would coiv

Little League

1:58 a.m. 8:21 a.m.
2:32 p.m. 8:50 p.m.

Gills 9, Coys 7

Nine girls and seven boys were
born in Gorgas Hospital during
the week ending at midnight

Monday acoordln to the regu regular
lar regular hospital report. During the
same period 179 patients were

admitted and 187 were discnarg-

n The name and addresses of the
ffirl babies follows:

Sgt. and Mrs. B. C. Brown, of
Fort Clayton; Mr. and Mrs. S. J.
McCune. of Rousseau; Mr. and

Mrs. G. G. Mikez, of Curundu;

Lt. and Mrs. C. S. Brown, of Ft.
Kobbe; Mr. and Mrs. J.A. Brath Brath-waite,
waite, Brath-waite, of Paralso; Mr. and Mrs.
J. S. Riascos, of Panama City;
Mr. and Mrs. L. K. Rood, of Cu Curundu;
rundu; Curundu; Lt. and Mrs. R. L, Bubb,
of Fort Kobbe: and Set. and

Mrs. J. O. Conway, of Fort Clay
ton. .
Bovs were born to the follow'

ing: Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Youne,
of Panama City; Mr. and Mrs.
D. E. Musselman. of Balboa: Mr.

and Mrs. J. C. Bradlev, of Pan
ama ritv: Col. and Mrs. L. Ca

macho, of Arrailan; Mr. and
Mrs. r: Gibbs. of Paraiso; Mr.

and Mrs. H. E. Burch. of Rod

man: and Mr. and Mrs. C. C

Crooks, of Paraiso.

tinue in Europe "for long time."
. In Yugoslavia, where planes
have beefl dropping food and med med-i
i med-i c i n e s to snowbound villages,
bombecs dropped bombs to try to
smash ice packs and put Serbian
rivers back into their channels.
Artillery crews blasted ice in the

Danube and ether rivers with high high-explosive
explosive high-explosive shells.
A Danish navv flvincr hoaf flew

food and supplies, to the German

motorship Art Severn icelocked off
the Jutland Peninsula.

U.S. Army engineers in West
Germany .usjed a giant crane to

yank a river launch out of ice ia
the Main River.
French officials estimated 800, 800,-000
000 800,-000 tons of ice were piled up in
the Seine, threatening to smash
the romantic bridges that span it.
The main French food market, Les
Halles, handled only 50 per cent
of its normal quota of fruits and
Ice blocked the channels between
the Danish mainland and the
islands of Sealand and Bornholm,
cutting them off. Airlines made
the only connection between the
islands and the mainland.

Seybold Asks Support Of Zone

For Red Cross Drive I n March

Support of the 1956 Red Cross

Fund drive which will be held dur during
ing during the month: of March in t h e

Canal Zone Is urged by Governor

John Si. beybold in a statement
concerning the campaign. The goal
for this year's campaign has been

set at $22,330. r
The Governor requested Bureau

directors to appoint members of

tneir various units to assist in tne
Red Cross -Fund campaign and

expressed confidence in achieve

ment of the uoal. The Governor's

memorandum to the Bureau dir

ectors follows:
"It is again my pleasure to in

vite the personnel of the Company

Government to participate in con
tributing to the American Red

Cross. In the past years, your

generous giving and understand

ing has enabled this organization

to meet the many needs for Hu Humanitarian
manitarian Humanitarian services. The 1956 Am American
erican American Red Cross campaign coin

cides with the 75th anniversary of

the founding of this organization

in the United States by Clara Bar

ton. Red Cross leadership in the
alleviation of-world suffering and
the pursuit -of world peace has
grown steadily ever since. I
consider it a privilege to be able

to call to your attention the 1956

appeal of the Canal Zone Cha,pter
which will be conducted during

March, and to urge your utmost

cooperation, in so doing, l com
mend to you the following endorse

ment from the President of the

United States to the heads of e-

xecutive departments, commissions

and agencies. ; :

'The American Red Cross, is a
national fellowship of good will, a

mighty force for unity. In joining

the Red Cross, we multiply the
helpfulness that any one of us
could extend alone. Our member memberships
ships memberships make possible blood for the

sick and injured; assistance for i
our servicemen and veterans in
personal and family emergencies;
recovery from the shock and loss
of disaster to those struck down by
catastrophies. The concern of the

Ked Cross extends to other vital

health and safety programs that

maice our towns and cities better
communities in which to live.
'I know that in the forthcoming
annual Red Cross Campaign for
Members and Funds, America will
again make certain that the org organization
anization organization is provided with the re resources
sources resources it needs. I am equally con confident
fident confident that Federal employes will
be in the vanguard of all those
who help keep the Red Cross on
the job. We in the Federal Service
can, by our example, inspire our
fellow citizens everywhere to join
us as members of Red. 'Cross.
This year marks the seventy-Fifth
Anniversary of the American Na National
tional National Red Cross. This Anniversa Anniversary
ry Anniversary is a great occasion Let us cel celebrate
ebrate celebrate it greatly by giving enthu enthusiastic
siastic enthusiastic and generous support.'
"The goal for the Canal Zone
Chapter has been set at $22,330.
I am sure that you can be count counted
ed counted on to select members of your
various units to wholeheartedly as assist
sist assist the Chairman of the 1956 Red
Cross Fund Campaign who will re request
quest request you to make such appoint appointments.
ments. appointments. By your earnest coopera cooperation
tion cooperation I am confident that the achie achievement
vement achievement of the goal will be met
and the many services of the Am American
erican American Red Cross will be conti continued
nued continued in the interest of all."



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GROUND-BREAKING CEREMONIES for the addition to St. Mary's School in Balboa were
held yesterday morning. Monslgnor Paul Bernier, Apostolic Nuncio to Panama, turned the
first spadeful of earth, assisted by the Rev. Joseph Konen, CM. Pictured above, left to right:
Charles F. William, K.S.G.; John Stahl K.S.G.; Monslgnor Bernier; Lester Hummel, president
of St. Mary's Parent Teacher Association; Ma. Ernest Pearsall, Chaplain of Fort Clayton;
Mother Georgina, Superior General of the Franciscan Sisters of Mary Immaculate, Sister
M. Nellie, principal of St. Mary's School, and sister Maria de los Angeles of Panama. Con Construction
struction Construction on the new wing will begin Immediately, and the structure should be ready for use
In September. ,"

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