The Panama American

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

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

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PANAMA, R. P., FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 24, 1951
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Pentagon
Minimum

For Canal Zone

WASHINGTON, Feb. 23 (UP) Many foreign gov gov-e.nmenti
e.nmenti gov-e.nmenti "militantly oppose" United States wag scales
for their nationals employed at American bases within
their borders. Defense Department spokesmen told Con Congress
gress Congress today.
Rear Adm. Joel D. Park testified that enforcement of
the United States minimum wage at overseas bases would
cost the department "many millions of dollars" more for
construction and often disturb the local, economy."
. Parks urged a House Labor subcommittee to approve
legislation exempting such bases as well as the United
States islands of Wake, Samoa and Guam from the federal
minimum wage presently 75 cents an hour and sched scheduled
uled scheduled to rise to $1 March 1.

A 1948 Supreme Court rulins
that the minimum should be
paid at all such places, said Ar Army
my Army Col. Norman P. Herr, creat
cd "ma lor tiroblems... concern'
ine. . bases such as Okinawa,
Greece. Iceland. Canada, New
foundland, the PhlllDDlne Is
lands, Tunisia, Arabia, and in
classified military base- areas
throughout the world."'
Enforcement of the minimum
wage in the Canal Zone, Herr
testified, "would raise serious
snecial ouestions.n
Notine that the law already
exempts all governmentemploy-
es and that the treaty witn ran ran-ama
ama ran-ama tightly restricts private
hnain ms in the Zone. Herv said:
"Conseauentlv. the minimum
wage provisions of the Fair La
hnr .Standards Act... would af
feet very few alien laborers of
a small number of private con contractors
tractors contractors and concerns primarily
roiotarf tn thp Canal enterprise.
' 'The enforcement against
these contractors would provide
Vii"hM wate rates for a f ew
.-workers" -',;' ''
'It would also tend to adverse'
lv affect the economy of the Re
public by establishing a prece
rknsrjcmeht Buys
United Ariisls
Stock From Picford
cement troup of
rrf irftct Cnrn. his DUr
rhaPfi the stock formerly, held
n th organization bv -Mary
Pir.kfori since the firm's for
mationaccording to news re received
ceived received today by the corporation a
Panama manager, Armur xj
llrh. -.
United Artists now la com completely
pletely completely owned by a management
groun consisting of board- chair chair-man'Robert
man'Robert chair-man'Robert Benjamin, president
Arthur Krim and vice presiaems
William Helneman, Max Young Young-stein
stein Young-stein and Arnold Picker.
The transaction occurred five
years to the day after the new
management took over the com company's
pany's company's affairs. Earlier, United
Artists acquired Charlie Cha Chaplin's
plin's Chaplin's stock. -Miss. Pickford will
continue her association with
the corporation as a producer.
FunliYO Communist
as
Pl?ns To Surrender
Allcr Five Years
NEW 'YORK, Feb.-24 (IIP) A
convicted Communist leader who
has been a fugitive for almost
five years announced in a special
delivery letter today that he will
iurrender next Monday" noon at
the Federal Court House here.
Gilbert Green, chairman of the
Communist party in Illinois, was
envicted with 10 other too U. S.
Communist leaders in 1949. With
three others, he failed to appear
to begin servinsr his sentence, in
the summer of 1951. ; r
The neatly typed announcement
of surrenHer was s i 8 n e d "Gil
Green." It was maild in New
' York to the United Press : and
bore no return addres.
In it Green said he had complet completed
ed completed a bonk which would serve a
"mv political brief before th e
highst -court In the lands- the
court of public opinion" and was
heing sent to a nuW'her "before
the steel doors of political bigotry
clang shut behind me." ;
DisabM Vcfcrans
MamctNewOfficers
.The -'Disabled" American Veter Veterans
ans Veterans Panama Canal Chapter No.
L held an election of officers last
Monday. : ;.. x: :
The elected officers were: Rufus
L. Carey, Commander; John 0.
Keller. Senior Vice Commander; J.
-A A odcrtaar- J unlotLrs-Co m-1
msnder; C. A. Cavanu?h, Aniu Aniu-tant:
tant: Aniu-tant: R.C Daniel. Sgt. At. Arms;
-D, P. LaFlaca,-Chaplain.

Against
Wage

dent for higher wages In an eco'
nomy which could not afford
such increases."
All Defense Department
spokesmen advocated the com'
plete exclusion of the Zone
from the law's minimum wage,
overtime pay, child labor and
record keeping, requirements.
But Parks said the depart
ment "could Jive with" Labor
department proposal for plac
ing the Zone under a limited
exemption like 'that of Puerto
xwco ana me virgin Islands.
Panamanian Moiher,
6 Children Refurn
After Long Travail
A Panamanian mother and her
six Chiriqui-born children arrived
at Balboa docks this' morning aft after
er after U years of travail and fjiard fjiard-ships
ships fjiard-ships m Japan, v .
Mrs. Hercilia de Gracia:Une
went to Japan at the end of World
War II when her Japanese hus husband,
band, husband, who had been interned here
during the war; was sent back to
hit homeland.
Since her husband died shortly
after arriving in Japan. Mrs. Un'o
had been trying fruitlessly to get
repatriated back to her homeland.
Her efforts1 were rewarded v re
cently, nowever, wnen the pres
ent uonsui uenerai oi Panama In
Yokohama, Rafael Richard,
brought the matter to the atten attention
tion attention of Foreign Minister Alberto
Boyd, who took immediate action
and finally ordered the repatria repatriation
tion repatriation of the woman and her chil children...
dren... children... They arrived aboard the Brasil
Maru.
Vampire Landlords
Of Prosiilulion
Scored In Britain
' LONDON, Feb. 24 (UP)-A Lon London
don London alderman t o d a y suggested
houses of prostitution be legalized
here to help ease the housing sit situation.
uation. situation. .
Alderman Frederick Lawrence
of the Paddington district said
prostitutes and "vampire land landlords"
lords" landlords" were preventing decent
people from obtaining homes of
their own.
The (Paddington Council unani unanimously
mously unanimously appealed to the govern government
ment government for new legislation to deal
with the world's oldest profession.
The aldermen agreed that the sit situation
uation situation could not get much worse
in the grimy neon lit district
north of Hyde Park. 1
"Vice Is flom1shing;rT "whole
streets became so notorious that
their names had to be changed,"
Said Alderman Walter Goss Mrs.
L. Boulton said things were so
bad she had received telephone
calls in her own home from men.
The Eden government was ac accused
cused accused of dithering on the v i c e
question in the House of Commons
yesterday. Labor members accus accused
ed accused Home Secretary Gwilym Llovd Llovd-George
George Llovd-George of ducking responsibility
on the prostitution issue. ;

Prominent Construction Days Of ficial LePrince Dies

; News of the death of one of
the most prominent men of the
Panama Canal construction per period
iod period w- Joseph Albert Augustine
LePrince -has been received on
the Isthmus.' His death occurred
Feb. 9 in the U.S. Public Health
Service hospital in Memphis,
Tenn., at the age of 83 years.
iMr. LePrince was chief sani
tary inspector in the Canal Zone
throughout the construction
period and a right hand man of
Col. William Crawford Gorgas in
his fight against malaria and
yellow fever. . r
-Jlc. was-iorn, ln.Leedi... Ene-r
land, but went to the United
States when he was 12 years old.
He-joined Col. Gorgas in Hav-.

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51 Buildings
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Up For Sale
And Demolition
Fifty-one buildings located In
various townsites in the Canal
Zone are now being advertised
for sale and demolition bv the
Panama Canal Company.
Twenty-two of the buildings ;
are located in Pedro Miguel.
With the exception of seven!
12-family houses being occupied
by U.S. Atr Force families, Uiey
represent the last of the re remaning
maning remaning quarters in that town
ailte.
Listed for sale nd demolition
Is a part of building No. 19 In
the 300 area In Balboa, a section
bf which lg now being used as
the Balboa Rollerdrome.
In addition to demolition of
that part of the building not
now in use, specification call
rpr the construction of an end
wall and overhang from the sal salvaged
vaged salvaged material to serve the
skating rink.
Also on the demolition sched schedule
ule schedule are five old Dredging Divi Division
sion Division buildings in Diablo Heights;
eight family quarters In Ancon;
three quarters buildings in La
Boca; one quarters building in
Corozal; six quarters buildings
in Rainbow City; a building off
Old. Division Road in Margarita;
the former Electrical Division
Storehouse nd office in the
Gatun Locks enclosure;; 'building
No. 82 in the-, Dredging Division
area in pamboa? and two other
building! in Balboa.
Two lengths of Panama Rail Railroad
road Railroad track located oil pier 1 m
the Cristobal Coaling station
area also are being offered for
sale. ; ,v.;..:;v:
The various buildings and the
track are divided into a total of
a scneauies. The award, if made
will be made senaratelv tar
schedule or any combination of
scneames.'
Bids will be opened the morn morning
ing morning of March 13 in the board
L00.,, 01 the Administration
Dumung at Balboa Heights.
Driver Of Mililary
Dealli Car Jailed
In Panama Inferior
A soldier doing work for the Inter-American
Geodetic Survey has
been jailed in the interior city of
Santiago in Veraguas after t h e
military vehicle he was driving
late yesterday afternoon report reportedly
edly reportedly ran over and killed an eight-year-old
Panamanian girl.
One of the passengers in the car,
Pfc. Clarence Gomke who was in injured,
jured, injured, was flown here last night
in an IAG6 plane. s
The driver was identified as Sp.
James Mitchell.- He and Gomke
are both attached to the 551st
Engineer Co. Survey Base now
working in the area where the ac accident
cident accident occurred.
The dead girl is- Enelda Ricoy
who lived in el Coco.
GOmke, who was evacued to
Gorgas Hospital is not considered
to be in serious condition today.
The U.I. Otter which evacuated
the soldier, was on a routine
night flying mission in the .area
when the accident occurred. An
H-13 helicopter from the IAGS out outfit
fit outfit was at Santiago and radioed a
distress signal, which brought the
Otter to the scene.
Flares guided the plane to an
emergency landing field where it
picked up the injured soldier.
According to a report received
from Santiago, the girl was struck
by a military vehicle which ran
off the road. r
ana in 1900 soon after his grad-
uatlon from Columbia Univer
sity with a degree in civil engineering-
The two were then
associated in the fight aalnst
yellow fever in Cuba and here.
He was a well-known figure on
the Isthmus while the Panama
Canal was being built and his
battle here with the malaria
mosquito brought him interna international
tional international lame. ;
After leaving the Canal serv service
ice service in 1914 when the operating
organization was established, he
joined the U. S. Public Health
Service. From then until his re retirement
tirement retirement nearly 20 years ago his
knowledge and services were

Peron To Quit Washington,
State Dept. Tells Tumulty

The State Department in Washington said today that oust ousted
ed ousted Argentine dictator Juan Feron will shortly leave the Hotel
Washington.
Peron is known here to be househunting. He offered one
Colon landlord $175 monthly for a three-month lease ef his
house, but the deal did not go through.
The landlord reportedly commented that he didn't want his

house blown up.
The State Department assur
ance that peron would soon be
out of the Washington was sent
to Rep. T. James Tumulty, who
had earlier told a departmenr
official:
"We own the hotel. Just tell
the bum to get out."
There is no official indication
whether Peron is leaving the
Washington tinder pressure. H
has been living there since a
couple of days after arriving in
Panama from Paraguay mia mia-November.
November. mia-November. There have been several ru
mors since then that Peron has
been house hunting. He has de
nied some of them.
The State Department assured
Tumulty that Peron would be out
of the Washington in a week to
10 days.
Peron's application for a res residence
idence residence permit in Panama s
still going through the slow slow-moving
moving slow-moving but normal govern government
ment government processes.
The State Department told
Tumulty that it had been work working
ing working on the Peron matter for
some time. Tumulty said a de department
partment department assistant, whose nam
h did not-remember, told. hi.u
it was a delicate matter..
633 Canal Transits
Recorded During
lionih Of January
A total of 683 ocean-going ves vessels
sels vessels made the Canal transit dur during
ing during the month of January ac according
cording according to figures released at
Balboa Heights this week. Of
these, 19 were government-owned
vessels,-
The January transits showed
an Increase of 17 ships over the
total for the month of Decem December,
ber, December, 1955, but a decrease of"16
from the January 1955 total of
699 ships. 'Ir" 'V;
Tolls and tolls credits for both
ocean-going and small craft un under
der under 300 net tons lor the month
of January 1956 amounted to
$2,946,307, of which $98,842 was
In tolls credits for government
ships-
The total number of Vessels
making the Canal transit during
the first seven months of fiscal
year 1956 was 4,896, of which
149 were Government ships.
Tolls and tolls credits during
the same period totalled $21, $21,-576,867.
576,867. $21,-576,867. This was $1,400,000 over
the total for the first seven
months of fiscal year 1955. j
Fortune In Gems
Arrives In RP
For Benefit Show
One million dollars worth of
jewelry arrived here last nieht for
the polio benefit jewel exhibit and
fashion show which will be held
tome-row night at Hotel El Pana Panama.
ma. Panama. The jewels were brought by Ra Ra-frel
frel Ra-frel Cabreras, director of the La Latin
tin Latin Amercan Department of Car Car-tier
tier Car-tier of New York.
Tickets for the "million dollar
show," sponsored by the Polio
Vaccine Committee headed by
First Lady Mrs. Olga Arias7 are
being sold at $2.50 each.
used In many parts of the Unit United
ed United States in malaria control. His
last active service was as con consultant
sultant consultant on malaria control for
TVA.
Since his retirement -. he has
been the recipient of many high
honors, Including the establish establishment
ment establishment in 1951 of the "Joseph Le LePrince
Prince LePrince Award" by the National
Malaria Societies for recognition
of outstanding accomplishment
In malaria control.
He made his home since re retirement
tirement retirement in Memphis. His sur survivors
vivors survivors include his wife. Mrs. Ju Julia
lia Julia Mercedes T.ePmce;T otr r
daughters, a son, five grandchil grandchildren
dren grandchildren and one great grandchild.

He quoted the assistant

saying it was made even more
delicate by the fact that) Peron
nas an armed bodyguard.
Aramburu Orders
Drastic Measures
Against Sabotage
BUENOS AIR i'R Iff b 24 UP
- Provisional president Pedro
E. Aramburu has ordered "dras
nr measures to combat a wave
of sabotage by supporters of
ousted ex-President Juan D.
Peron, it was reported today.
Informed sources said plans
for the anti-sabotage campaign
were laid at an emergency Teet.
Ing yesterday attended by Aram
buru, Vice President Isaac Rolas
and other top military and civi civilian
lian civilian leaders.
Peronlst saboteurs climaxed a
wave of arson, railroad wrecking
and Industrial damage this week
by blowing up an army arsenal
here and powder plarit In Ola Ola-varria.
varria. Ola-varria. No one was seriously ln-
ivtftd by the blasts, but they
caused consiaeraoie damage.
Meanwhile, it was announced
that the government has autho authorized
rized authorized n Increase iri minimum
wages for government workers
from $33 to $62 a month, with
10-percent increases for em employes
ployes employes earning more than the
minimum.
The, authorities also offered
tax concessions to home build builders
ers builders and importers of farm ma machinery
chinery machinery as a means of improv improving
ing improving living standards in Argentina..--
Argentina To Get
Czech-Made Planes
BUENOS AIRES, Feb. 24 (UP)
The newspaper La Prensa re reported
ported reported today that the first eight
of about 20 Czech-made Skoda
planes will arrive from Prague
next month.
Under a trade treaty rnnrlnrferf
between Argentina and Czechoslo
vakia a year ago, Argentina or ordered
dered ordered about $300,000 worth of such
planes.
They are four-seater super ae ae-reo
reo ae-reo 45 model made by the Skoda
works for air taxis, ambulance
and photographic work. They are
fitted witht wo Walter Minor 115
h.p. engines.
Simultaneously, reports circulat circulated
ed circulated in business circles that Russia
had offered civilian aircraft for
sale to the Argentine government.
Submarine Missing
Off Icy Greenland
Contacted By Radio s
" LONDON,' Feb.' 24 (UP) The
British submarine Acheron, re reported
ported reported missing, has been contact contacted
ed contacted by radio and an intensive air
search for it has been called off
the British Air Ministry reported
today.
The 1,120-ton submarine with 6!W
men aboard dived into, the frigid
Arctic waters off G r e e n 1 a n
wednesdav. and nad not cnecKeai
in by radio at the appointed time,
"at io:u3 a.m.
t Within an hour, the Admiralty In
London set off a "maximum ef effort"
fort" effort" air and sea search for the
missing craft, in which American
Air Force units were asked to
join. ",,
President Arias
To Be Honored
In Colon Tonight
President and Mrs. Ricardo A A-rias
rias A-rias will be honored tonight in the
Club Tropical, Colon, by the Cul Cultural
tural Cultural and Civic Committee, in ob observance
servance observance of the first year of his
administration.
- The program will include musi
cal selections, speeches and the

preyentation of an almim -to Pr4mnt 4oday--4hat-it. ha4-found-oiL

ident Arias and a bouquet of flow
ers to Mrs. Arias.

Caribbean
Federation
Seen By '58
NEW YORK, Feb. 24 (UP)
Norman Manley, chief Minister
of Jamaica, said today he believ believed
ed believed the Caribbean Federation will
be established by 1958 and that
the islands within the federa-

as.tlon will have full Independence

within the British common
wealth by 1963
Manley arrived by plane from
London after attending the two-
week federation conference.
Manley set the following time
table, for the federation:
1. Bv June or Julv- nf this
year, the British Parliament will
approve the necessary enabling
acis ior tne federation.
2. Decision by a commission as
to the federation capital some sometime
time sometime this year.
3. First legislative elections by
the first quarter of 1958.
4. Establishment of the feder federation
ation federation by the end of 1958.
5. Development of a customs
union policy by I960-
6. Full independence within
the framework of the British
commonwealth by 1963.
Cristobal Student
Missing In Jungle
Escapes Unsealed
-A .'young 'Cristobal High School
stufett u'lwv nt-theBteht in
den. jungle, along the Chagres
River, emerged unscathed yester.
day except for a few scratches
and, a terrific hunger..; ; ;.
' Today the plucky hunter, Frank
Corrigan of Margarita, was taking
the day off from school because
he still felt tired and "Kind of jit jittery."
tery." jittery." It all started Wednesday after afternoon
noon afternoon when the 15-year-old Ameri American
can American accompanied his dad, J. A.
Corrigan, Jr., and an uncle who
were going fishing. Frank said to today
day today he begged off because he
wanted to hunt neque, a native a a-nimal
nimal a-nimal resembling rabbit.
Wandering off along the trail
near a bank of the Chagres the
youhtful, hunter got lost' in J
swamp, and as night was ap approaching
proaching approaching realized he was lost.
He had not eaten since break
fast, and had no food or water, he!
recalled today, frank said ne;
heard a mewing sound, something
like kittens, and when he uncover uncovered
ed uncovered some leaves lying on the
ground discovered a fer-de-ance.
He promptly shot it in the head.
Then the youth bedded down for
the night. Meanwhile his frantic
parents had set up a search par-,
ty which scoured the area in vain.
The Air Force dispatched a res rescues
cues rescues plane to search fort he youth
but he was not spotted in the
dense jungle. ,"
In the morning he managed to
stagger out onto Sherman Road
where two MPs picked him up.
At Ft. Davis he was fed, and his
parents were notified that the
young hunter was safe and' sound.
Not at all shaken by the experi
ence, young Corrigan sayys he'll gi
hunting again, but not for a cou
pie of weeks." (
Missicnaries losl
In Caribbean Area
Safe In tuban Town
MIAMI, Feb. 24 (UP) Six
small planes .missing sinct, yester
diday in the Caribbean with 16 Am-
erican missionaries aDoarc were
found today at the Cuban town of
Niquero, the coas uuara saia. ine
passengers were reponea saie.
The Coast Guard reported the
16 missionaries aboard the single single-engine
engine single-engine planes were safe,
There was no immediate report
on how the planes were located or
why they landed at the Cuban
town instead of going on to King Kingston,
ston, Kingston, Jamaica, with the- rest of
the planes in the flight of nine.
Oil In Caribbean
Area Reported By
Los Angeles Firm
SAN JOSE. Costa Rica. Feb. 24
(UP) -The Union Oil Co. of Los
Angeles reported to the govern-
deposits in the Cocles area, near
the Caribbean coast.

Mi

Hike Holiday,

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Claim Against

A half-million dollar suit filed by the Canal pilots
was tipped today to $2,825,000 when a motion to omend
the original complaint was made in U.S. District Court
by the pilots' attorneys, Charles Ramirez and William
Tyson.
On July 1, 1954, 76 Canal 'pilots sued the Canal for
$551,000 for basic pay, overtime, holiday, night different
Hal and travehtime pay which they alleged were due them"
since July 1,1951. ,
Each of the 76 plaintiffs originally claimed about
$7250. Today that amount was upped to $28,250 for.
each pilot.
Speaking for his clients, Ramirez today pointed out
that he now represents 100 Canal pilots, and added:
"We sue for all who are similarly situated"

On March 2 there will be ar
gument as to whether or not the
pilots' amendment will be al
lowed. :
The suit was filed by Robert
P. Boyd, "on behalf of himself
and all other Panama Canal pi-1
. I!-..!.. I ., .. J
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Ramirez, a Panama attorney.
from the law firm of Van Sic-!fl V Hamm! TmSm

len, R&mirea and De Castro; and
William S. Tyson of Washing Washington,.
ton,. Washington,. Is representing the pilots.
The complaint claimed in
part:
Since July 1, 1951, the Compa
ny has failed to pay:
'Overtime compensation for
hours worked beyond eight per
day..
"Penalty or overtime rat of
compensation for work which
they have performed on Satur Saturdays
days Saturdays and Sundays.
"Subsistence and room allow allow-ancea
ancea allow-ancea or any amount in lieu
therefor.
"Ton per cent additional com-
Third Vessel
Disappears
Off Fiji Islands
SUVA, Fiji Islands. Feb.
24
(UP) The third ship in
five
months has disappeared mysteri mysteriously
ously mysteriously in the waters around the
Fiji Islands, -officials reported to today.
day. today.
The. Shell Oil Co. tug No. 40
left Suva Sunday on a two day
voyage to assist in the salvage of
a wrecked yacht in the Lau group;
of islands. A Royal New Zealand
Air Force Search yesterday failed
to sight the tug.
The schooner Joyita vanished in
Fiji waters last October. The half half-submerged
submerged half-submerged hulk was found, but
there was no trace of the 25"per 25"per-sons
sons 25"per-sons aboard. Another coastal
schooner with 27 persons aboard
disappeared last month.
- Skippers in the islands have re reported
ported reported seeing a "mystery" vessel
From sketches- one native cap captain
tain captain drew, officials said the mys mystery
tery mystery vessel looked like a K -class
long-range Russian submarine.
Price Of Stock
Exchange Seat
U p To $100,000 ;
NEW YORK, Feb: 24 (UP)
The price of a Stock Exchange
membership has risen to $100,000
for the first time', since May 3.
1937, an exchange, announcement
said today. .:"
Arrangements have been made
for the sale of a seat at that
price. One was posted earlier at
$99,000, up $4,000 from the p r e e-vious
vious e-vious transaction on Feb, 17.
The exchange said a member membership
ship membership now is quoted at $80,000 bid.
There : was no, offered price, the
first time this situation has pre prevailed
vailed prevailed in 25 vears.
The low price for a "seat" this
year was $30,000. In 1955 the price
for a membership ranged from a
hish of $90,000 to a low of $80,000.
, Today's $100,000 price tag equals
the price paid onilay 319W, and
is the highest cince the $106,000
on April 27, 1939.

P :

Pay
pensatiori for performing work
on vessels carrying: exDlosives
extra compensation of $10 per
voyage on vessels carrying car
goes of sulphur, and the penal penalty
ty penalty rate for workln on vessels
I carrying other tianaorm rn' -.
An additional J)J j r ,...,,,.
;ig ships.
M IVUUUJIU 1 1 Gill
Jumps Rails; Five
Killed, $0 Injured
SEVEREN, Md., Feb. 24 (VP)
Survivors of a crack passensef
train derailment said today it wis
"unbelievable" there were -not
more casualties when the New
York bound train jumped its rails
here yesterday killing five and In Injuring
juring Injuring 90 others.
One man said he missed death
by "one car and one minute."
Another said it wan only his
fundness for cigars that saved
him and his wife. Many others
said it was a miracle they were
alive.
The 14-car Embassy Express left
the rails as it was rolling at SO
miles an hour across a straight
stretch of track on a marshy tlat tlat-land
land tlat-land last night.
It was 24 minutes out of Vaih Vaih-inKton
inKton Vaih-inKton and moving on a tight
schedule toward New York' when
the air brakes locked suddenly
and nine of the 14 cars bounded
out of control.
Five persons died and 93 .were
injured in the pileup that foilow foilow-ei
ei foilow-ei Several of the injured were not
expected to live. One of thrwe in in-lured
lured in-lured less 'seriously was former
Sen. Herbert R. O'Connor. CD-
Md.), who suffered a cut on the.
bead.
The dining car swerved to the
right as it left the tracks, slam slammed
med slammed head on into a steel pole sup supporting
porting supporting overhead electric wires
There was a blinding flash of
light as the; high tension -wirei
dropped, ;
Gen. Snyder Ssys
Ikeliaps Bell:r
Risk Thin i!:ny
THOMASVILLE. Ga, Feb. 24
(UP) President Eisenhower's
doctor said today the chief exec executive
utive executive might be a better heart
risk than someone who never
has suffered a heart attack, al although,
though, although, there is "no guarantee
against another attack.
Maj; Gen. Howard Mc C. Sny Snyder,
der, Snyder, the Vhlte House physician,
discussed the President's condl
tion with reporters as Mr. Eisen Eisenhower,
hower, Eisenhower, with Treasury Secretary
George M. : Humphrey, started
out on a full day of quail hunt hunting
ing hunting In the plney Woods of Soutli
Georgia.
The President returns to
Washington tomorrow mommy,
following a vigorous 10 days of
hunting and golfing in Soutli
Georgia. ; ,
Presumably, Mr. tasennower
has also spent much of his time
here arriving at his big decision
whether he will announce to
the nation that he wilt seek a
second term or retire to his 01 01-tysburg
tysburg 01-tysburg farm.

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NFA Staff Correspondents
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THE MAIL BOX

RESfECT AND DISRESPECT

ISlr:

This Is in reply to "Viva Lovelady's" Feb. 17 Mail Box letter.
am the Marquis of Queensberry for scores and scores 01
'years the entire world knows me and fight by my rules. I am
.rejected. This is a part of my history. I made rules for piize-
fluting which were issued and adopted in 1868 by Ihe Ama Ama-tJ
tJ Ama-tJ Athletic Club of England and drawn up by me, the Eighth
! Maquis of Queensbcrry, a patron of pugilism. I will send to
JfLifne a copy of my original works. In these work you will
7"fr .r-4- -11 ii.kti ...kof ho. nViwstrnl nr otherwise.

Um inai ncrciuiuic, nu iiguw. wu.ici --- - uuiciaia, uy nil
m done by either fair means or foul (mostly foul), ioaay iWiil run aiain

:siAthat certain people sun inrive on ine ioui mwi,

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far as entertaining by the Russian

embassy goes.

Evening ago they rolled out the
red carpet to guests toi a movie
followed by a Dig cocktail party,

tor cxampi'
The bar featured vodka Mar

tinis, with the work on the bufict

table. As an extra gesture to in

tcrnational good will they served

rrench wine.

Bright spot of the evening was
when one of the embassy secre secretaries
taries secretaries ai.nounccd tht he had just

purcnasca a new f ord.
"A. I assume that you demand
ed a 20-year friendship guaran
tee on it," a guest cracked.

"No, but lm writing some let letters
ters letters requiting it," the Russian

replied.

Private concensus among Soviet

officials, by the way, is that Ike

mv aasnpiatM are imneccable I can see this annoys and

'Blunder the skin of many peopic, dui mat is expccw.u.
I nrrespects go to Runnerstrand because he is an honest Amer-
icfj with the great virtues of America. It is people like Run Run-1
1 Run-1 Jriwstrand who serve a purpose in joining the Panamanians and
Arptricans In. Joyous and companionable national existence.
Youdo not have to watch him, you should take pattern from
- If It is your desire and ambition- to be a "watchman" (as
! you have said), then you will most certainly regret it, as the
man that you so highly defend will be your analyst and accord accord-Sing
Sing accord-Sing to the poor letter that you wrote (it was real silly) he will
jsuwly place you In grade "O" "f," which is theway I have
rafid you.
S lL.Now since you have become a "watchman" at this high

grde, you will also have to watch these other people because i
Jb;eve in them and what they stand for: Frankljn JD. Roose-
vif.-i Harry 8. Truman. Winston Churchill, Anthony Eden, John

JSCSey'bold, Fred M. Vinson, Dwight D. Eisennower, Sherman
Aims, John Foster Dulles, Henry Cabot Lodge, Jr., Adlal
JatiUen5on, Chief Justice Warren and others' too many to men-
ttiOM.

J "Added to you, these are people I do not believe in: Algc

Hiss, Guy Burgess, Donald McLean and the other assortment
!oi Tilth Amendment bed-fellowa..
t You mention thieves and so forth, but remember the
fBrlnk's daylight robbery was not committed by Panamanians;
.neither, did any Panamanian place his own mother In a plane
'and destroyed both plane and mother for "thirty pieces of silver."

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jmy ruica everyone nas an opportunity to speak that u his
democratic right that will never be impunged. But when qne
ypeaks one should adhere to the fapts.
I There are certain requisites vested In the Congress of the
United States and these are the heritage of our forefathers
Jwho have secured, for us.and posterity, life, liberty and the
.pursuit of happiness. .
KJ?M nolbe ncessary rme tcr write again because the
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At a cocktail party the other

afternoon the host asked a Japa

ncse woman guest whether she pre

ferred Manhattans or Martinis.
"Neither." replied the sal. "I'd

like a soft drink if you have one."

fine, the host replied, 'now
about ginger ale?"

'Wo tnanKs, me woman re-.

sponded, "I was thinking of a
whisky our."

Insiou report from the White
House is that President Eisenhow Eisenhower
er Eisenhower has been ordered to take sev several
eral several ounces of whisky per day and

drink only caffeino-frce coffee.
Wner. doctors heard that Ike was
fudging on both orders, they laid
the law down to him, and now
he's complying.
Florida report: Defense Secre Secretary
tary Secretary Charles Wilson resting in
Miami has been saying some un uncomplimentary
complimentary uncomplimentary things about work working
ing working conditions in Washington these

days.

"Guys cant even take Off his

shoes without a half-dozen people
demanding to know what the sig significance
nificance significance of it is," he said at a
..arty. v

"If you ask for more money for

some project one group beats you

Over the head for being too ex

travagant, he added, "and if yu
try to save a dollar another group
blasts you for wrecking our defenses."

They say Wilson is 'very tired
and somewhat disgusted thqse

days.

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V ASIIINGTON Chief problem have denied us certain records
m the South rose to plague; and statements," said Kcfauver.
J t Don lei "sue. one of the "on the grounds that they, are
best Uie-Democrats have, during privileged. Are you going to in-

a secret session of the Senat j.i.

diciary. Committee.
DemocraUc Senators led by
Estes Kefauver have been pushing
for the appointment of a special
attorney both to defend the gov government
ernment government -in the Dixon-Yates claims
suit, and to prosecute those guilty
of any Dixon-Yates conflict of in interest.
terest. interest. There appears to be a clear
cut case of finagling inside the
Budget Bureau with Adolphe Wen Wen-rell
rell Wen-rell placed Inside the government
to push and later finance the
Dixon-Yates deal.
So far, Attorney General Browne
has not made the slightest move
toward prosecution. So Democratic
senators want to appoint a special
attorney. t
There is precedent for this in
the appointment of Owen J.
Roberts and Attlee Pomcrene to
prosecute the Teapot Dome scan scandal.
dal. scandal. However, one lone Southern vote,
that of Senator McClelland of

Arkansas in the secrecy of the
Judiciary Committee, consistently

opposed this move. With every
Republican on the committee ex except
cept except Langer of North Dakota vot voting
ing voting against the Democrats, Mc Mc-Clelland's
Clelland's Mc-Clelland's lone vote was all-important.
He backstopped Senator
Butler of Maryland, who carried

the ball for the Republicans. ;
stormy Secret session

Walter Wineliell In New Yon.

-

You nevce saw anything like "the
refreshment layout they whipped
up when the Statlcr Hotel threw

a reception tor us doss man ton ton-rad
rad ton-rad Hilton.

Executive chef Emile Buisson

threw e.xryone out of his kitchen

and personally turned out heap heaping
ing heaping plates of hot Sicilian shrimp
which is cooked in butter with
herbs, crab meat Rcmick, which
is cake made with four kinds of
fauces broiled mushrooms and
chicken livers wrapped in bacon.
Cold tidbits included Russian
caviar on crisp toast, cold smoked
salmon, smoked turkey, herring,
and a Buisson specialty consisting

of-creamed cheese, nuts and three

kinds of sauces served in cups of

pastry,

Not i drop of anything was

served with an age under 10 years

These days the Russians are al

ways end to talk about sports

The following conversation was

heard the other evening at an em
hassv nartv

"You Russians certainly did well

In the Winter Olympics."
"Yes, but we're doing even bet
ter in the little Olympics."
"What's that?"
"It's the winter embassy volley'

ball league, We've won 10 straight
games, and are undefeated."
"Well, let's have a drink on
that." :.:;;'
"Sorry, I can't. I'm m training."
The Philippine military' attache
and his wife, Mr. and Mrs. Rafael
Pargas, recently moved into a
house in Chevy Chase in a neigh neighborhood
borhood neighborhood mostly occupied by career
government officials and their fam fam-uics.
uics. fam-uics. Being naturally friendly and
wanting to meet her neighbors,
Mrs. Pareas asked everyone in a

three-house radius to a cocktail

pi.rty. They were all delighted to,
come and had a wonderful time.
But the hostess was astonished

fn learn that most of her neign-

bors had not met each other oc-

THE BROADWAY LINE
The talk that Tyrone Power's

next bride will be Mary Robles of
Vogue was revived because of her
present address. His Park Avenue

penthouse while he appears in Lon

don. .When the $100,000 lawsuit

between Winthrop Rockefeller and
Boston lawyer J. Sax starts soon

the fireworks will be blinding.
After spending a mint furnishing
her mansion in Spain, Ava Gard Gardner
ner Gardner confides to chums that it is
"a lonely and empty place" .
Denise Darcel has ended her "first
real romance" in years. His name
is Murray Ross. . Harry Belafonte

plays Adam (in the Garden of
Eden) in his next Broadway show
! .They say the real reason Judy

Garland reconciled so quickly with

her Jiusband is that he :1a better,

than medicos, .Philly specs re reportedly
portedly reportedly are getting $50 the pair
for "Mr. Wonderful" . .Zsa-Zsa's
clever title for her memoirs:
"Every Man for Herself."

Perry Como, Julius LaRosa and

Eddie Fisher (the favorites in the

Make Believe Ballroom poll) wound

up In that order. But Alan

Dale ran away with 1st place, roll
ins more votes than all three com

bincd. .Latest gimmick among the
strio set. Bill themselves: "Miss

France of 47, "Miss Belgium of

48, etc. No one can recall wheth

cr they were or weren't; .Betty
Keart flew to Juarez for a one-day
divorce from Howard Hoyt. .Joan

Chambers landed the role of sister
to the leading lady in "Middle of

the Night for this unusual reason:

Has a mole in exactly the same
facial place as Gena Rowlands.
Won over many better-known ac actresses.
tresses. actresses. Xolyumist Frank Farrell
is now a Lieut.-Col. in the U.S. Ma Marine
rine Marine Corps Reserve.
MGM wanted to use the title
"Some of These Days" for a film
but the publishers asked $50,000.
The studio execs were appalled. .
The- British arc the conservative

ones. Tod orize on their version

of the $64,000 Question is a pid piddling
dling piddling $2,800. It is called '"Doublo
Your Money" . Irving Berlin
dropped in at Murray Franklin's
(Miami Beach) to catch Roberta

Sherwood's song styling. Like the
rest of us, the great songwriter

was enthralled. .Marilyn's neigh

bors report she acts very happy

these davs. Sines sauy in tne iod

by and on the street. She's wear-

ins double-sized aarK specs. .Ann

Alexander was set to fly back to
the coast when Franchot Tone

ureed her not to. She's now a

Stage-door Janey every after-cur-

ta n-time at "Uncie vanya" in

wjhich he stars.

Grand Central Station will have

a stock marKet into Doom nexi

rill Lynch, Pierce, Fenner & Beaneitured the spectators. .They have

The former Mrs. William Mor

ris, Jr. and lawyer Samuel Feller
are nearly-wcds. .Memo to edi editors
tors editors in Philly: The family of movie
actress Dawn Addams (she mar married
ried married Italian Prince Vittorio Mas Massimo)
simo) Massimo) came from Philly originally
. .Tunes mi th Dick Adler ("Damn
Yankees," "Pajama Game") does doesn't
n't doesn't think Susan Strasberg of "Anne
Frank" is too young. .Madison
Avenue ad agencies are in stitches
about a top exec. He got woofled
before delivering a lecture in a
school. Feeling no pain, he called
his boss a fathead during the talk.
Didn't know it was being taped.
The boss heard it yesterday. .'By

Here is what happened during
a story session of the Judiciary

Committee when Senator Kefauver
attempted to push through his res resolution
olution resolution for separate counsel to
prosecute Dixon-Yates.

"Let me get down to the meat
. Tr-r

Ol me coconut. saw ivciauver,
reading from the pro-Dixon-Yates
testimony given before the Securi Securities
ties Securities and Exchange Commission by

the Justice Department.

isi ana unng gui in me flcfense)
of the (government) these mat-,
tcrs?"
"I can best answer that,' re replied
plied replied Burger, "by saying that the
staff lawyers in charge of this
case will do everything that they
think is honorable and proper to
do to win this lawsuit."
"Even to the point of embar embarrassing
rassing embarrassing Mr. Sherman Adams and
Rowland Hughes and Admiral
Strauss?" quipped Kefauver, re referring
ferring referring to the fact that both had
refused to testify in earlier Dixoo Dixoo-Yates
Yates Dixoo-Yates hearings.
. "I will stand by my first state statement,"
ment," statement," Burger responded.
BUTLER YELLS
Meanwhile Senators Butler and
Welker of Idaho were watching
the clock. Noting that it was now
past noon, they demanded an end
to the meeting. The full Senate,
they said, had just convened.
"They just Informed me that

they gave us authority to eo

tnrougn to u. mi, announced xvu xvu-gore,
gore, xvu-gore, urging that the meeting con continue
tinue continue for another half hour so Ke Kefauver
fauver Kefauver could finish his statement.
"For the purpose of the record,"
shouted Butler, "when we have
pending order of business and we
had agreed among ourselves that
we would not go after 12 o'clock,
to ask permission on the iloor
(for an extension) without hotify-

ling the members of this committee
lis not right!" Butjer's voice con

tinued to rise.
"I am fully convinced," Kilsore
replied, "that the Senator from
Maryland is trying to put on a
little personal filibuster.

"Not at all! ocuowca Duiif i

been buried in the hick town spots

for two years but they will go far

in snow business once tne Broad Broadway
way Broadway Rip Van Winkles wake up. .
Both are good-looking guys. .Per .Personable
sonable .Personable people. .Refreshing tal talent..
ent.. talent.. .They belong In a Broadway

musical but will settle for the Copa

or Latin Q. tq help pay their taxes.

The Duchess of Windsor's life-

story started in McCall's yester

day. She calls herself reckless,

stubborn, i m p u Is i v e and ill ill-equipped
equipped ill-equipped in it. .Taking the words
right out of our mouth. .Life's
recent "exclusive"' on the 3 times
Dulles kept the nation out of war
was used by Look a year before

. a .Felix Young sold his large in

terest in L'Aiglon, effective in
May. He; will open another spot

next season. A tiny place Catering

to the few chic people left. .The

N. Y. Times is red-faced, over the

fact that it didn't think enough of
the book. "American in Italy," to

even review it. So what happened
Last week the very top experts
gave it the national book award. .
Actress Leonora Corbett is writing

a cook book for Fall publication J

Title: "Upper Burner-Upper crust.'

She says it will show you how to
feed your man (and yourself) on

$25 a week

"fin the business of this com

mittee, let me have a little quiet
from you!" demanded Kilgore.
"You do not have to yell quitt

Having twite cone on record that loud!" ...

in favor of Dixon-Yates,", Ke- Eventually the -committee room

settled down ana me ncanns re resumed.
sumed. resumed. But Butler, with the sup

port of Senator McClelland,' still
insisted that the record be clutter cluttered
ed cluttered up with hundreds of pages of

extraneous testimony so w
fog the issue.

Memo to editor in Camden: A
woman wrote hysterically (to the

editor) that we did something aw-

The McGuire Sisters have hefty

salary bookings far ahead. Desert

inn (Vegas), Town Casino. Buffalo
and then the Cocoanut Grove in
the Ambassador Hotel, L. A. They
played to 114,000 admissions in
Omaha last week. . They may

settle the Sinatra-20th Century-Fox
suit out of Court. Over his walking

out on "Carousel," one of the fin

est films ever made. .No one
recognizes Ann Woodward, the wid widow,
ow, widow, in the midtown restaurants

She is coming out of the fog-

following her tragic shooting of her
sportsman husband. .Jayne Mans

field has dropped the jewelry and

sexy frocks. Now just simple black

sheaths. (Just plain Jayne).

Cherie Kelly, Latin Quarter beau

ty, will marry director Donald Bur

gess in Sept. .Joey Carter won a
Rlii Anonl hnnlrinff Bftp th Hnc

pii0hr h ?t on th r.nmrtv Hnur iui in reporting m uiciacuv m

last Sabbath. Opens there tomor Adlai's rlv We- ,w took it word
row eve. for word put of his sister s biog

about mm. . jean f emns new
book, "Such Is Life," outlines her
experiences as an editor at Life
. .She reveals what she had to
contend with in connection with
activities of communists employed
by the mag (and Time) at the

time. .The 4 Lads and Lillian

Roth will be a hot package deal

on a'nationwide-tour. .That Egyp

tian p r i nee (Hope Hampton s

friend) sells cravats at Saks stn in
the daylight; .Real reason Dar-

ryl Zanuck chucked his top lob

at 20th Century-Fox: Got tired of
paying 91 cents out of every dollar

to ttxes. Red Buttons will appear
on the March 26th "Studio One"
program. Plays a saint. . Grace
Kelly is getting thorough training
for her duties as Princess of Monte
Carlo.1,. .They're teaching her how
to deal.

.;)

Kath Hepburn leads the field in
playing virtuous women on the
screen. Her next (with. Bob Hope)
for instance: "TheIron Petticoat"
which speaks for itself. .Then
there was "Summertime," "The
African Queen." "Alice Adams,"

"Pat & Mike" and "Morning
Glory," to name a few. .Jean
Peters and Gene Tierney cost 20th
Century-Fox a big bundle in 1955.
They were busier carrying torches
than acting. Then there was MM's
walkout. .Miss Tierney's only
role was in "The. Left Hand of
God," Nonetheless, she was more
absorbed in not making movies. .

Vaughan Monroe has another hit

record in "Don't Go To Strangers"
. .Esther Williams will not swim

and Fred Asta ire will not dance
in their next film. .The George

Gershwin estate gives the surviv surviving
ing surviving Gershwins a yearly minimum
of $50,000 each.
The coly urn's newest enthusiasm:
Roan & Martin, a corking team

of hilarious comedians, who never
resort to the cross-eyed bit or the
knock-kneed routine, etc .to milk
a howl. .We caught them for the

favuer argued, The Justice De

partment should be disqualified
from defending the government
in the damage suit brought to re recover
cover recover $3,500,000 in cancellation

charges."
However, when Kefauver tried

to enter the Justice Department
testimony as evidence, Senator

Butler objectet
"Only these specific pages?"
asked Butler, "Only; two pages?"
"I offer a substitute motion,"
suggested McClelland, backing up
Butler, ','That all the records of
the SEC be procured and filed for
reference in this committee."
This would have made the
record so voluminous It would be
too-expensivft o publish and no
one would have read it anyway.

"We should also have as part of
this record before the committee

all of the hearings in the anti anti-monopoly
monopoly anti-monopoly subcommittee." added

Butler, complicating matters even

further.
WATKINS SHOOTS FAIR

Finally, Sen. Arthur V. Watkins
(R., Utah) came to Kcfauver's
defense. Pleading for fair play,

he demanded -hat the Tennessee

senator be allowed to state his
case. ,''..
"I think probably we ought to
hear the evidence," said the
square-shooting Watkins. "I would
not want to object to him bring bringing
ing bringing in evidence. I want at least
to consider it."
Butler was still adamant, how however,
ever, however, so Chairman Harley M. Kil Kilgore
gore Kilgore (D., W. Va.) tried to change
the subject by shifting to other
committee business.
Butler wouldn't hear of it. 'I
insist that we continue ; with this

business," he declared. I ob- chest. Fifteen pounds of spa-

ject. Let us go on with tnis. ghetti and 30 pounds of maca maca-So
So maca-So Kefauver resumed the pres-, ,.onl make up the skirt and urn
entatlon of his arguments, brella. The doll .was part of a

time questioning Assistant ai- food DreDaration exhibit in

It .Slltill f 1
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TASTY DOLL This large
doll is good enough to eat. It's
made from 20 pounds of bread,
which form the head, arms and

torney General Warren E. Burger. Tok
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UP AND DOWN
CHICAGO (UP) Th( city's
bridgetenders were busy in i953,
City Port Director Jack-Manley
reported. They raised Chicago's 55
moveable bridges 59,803 times to
permit boats to pass, and threw

motorists and pedestrians lor a

fore and didn't even know each 1h on the .oot formerly a I first time at the Lucerne Hotel, loss totalina 4.595 hours or nearly

otners-names, iney nu baggage counter. Manned by Mer- Miami Beach, where they frac-'192 days

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more years.
Hot off the "secret" list.
The Army Signal Corps has dis
covered that if you store flash

light batteries in the refrigerator
thev last longer.
Since the ruckus broke over the

U.S. sending balloons across com

munist territory, tne expert on me
Ritiiatinn at Civil Aeronautics Ad

ministration has been given 'the

code name of "balloonauc.

Constructive criticism me o n
getting o kick. in the pants by on
i intellectual, ua

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(A Lenten feature of tht Panama-land fell asleep. When the storm

American, prepared by Tht Kev.
M.A. Cookion, Episcopal Churches
of Our Savioor-St. Marjtrtt.)

THE SEA ANCHOR
Rtad Acts 27:27-44. "They slst
four anchors out of the sttrn and
wished for tht day."
ONCE A VERY CLOSE friend
was 6ff at sea sailing a small boat.
A storm arose and it was impos impossible
sible impossible to hold the course or control
h chin iwauKa he had known

boats and the sea all his life he
knew instinctively what must be

uone. no Hfcou

hr STOWED all the gear into

!the mainsail, attached a line to the
I whole bulky ma:: and threw it in into
to into the ocean. Then he went below

ceased he took in the sea anchor,

discovered his position from a pas passing
sing passing freighter, then raised the
mainsail and continued on his
course to the home port.
HERE IN THIS experience Is a
kind of parable for our lives. When
the storms of life overtake us, or
when we are lost, then we must
relax and give ourselves up into
the arms of the Church.

THE CHURCH is here to sup

port us and it will help us ride
out the storm. Then when the blow
ceases and the sun shines we

8"ses -anchor 4fiisoovepeur- position, hoist-our

sails and are moved oy uoa s noiy

Spirit sometimes gently, sometimes

with great power into that port
which God has provided for all who

love Him.

"Tell me a Ship that cennet sink
Thtugh tasted by many a wave;
Upen whest deck, whata'er men
think,
Yeor lift she's keund tt save.
Tht sates tf hell cermet prevail
Tt turn her frem her ceurtt;
Tht Htly Chtat will never fail
Tt fuidt tht Ship acreii;
And Jtsus en tht deck will stand
Bttidt ytu till ytu rttch the lend
Tell mt tht Shit, whtst nam I
:, search.
'Tht tnswtr terries "She Is tht
Church."

.Lordbe Thou .my ..help, in ..the

storms of life. Let my anchor of
faith within Thy Church hold fast

until they pass, and bring me at

last to that true haven of the soul;
through Jesus Christ our Lord.

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Rating
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province
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PAC3 Tt".

AFL-CIO, NAM Peace Parley
Bogs Down On First Issue

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WASHINGTON, Feb. 24 (UP)-.
Officials of the AFL-CIO and the
National Association of Manufac Manufacturers
turers Manufacturers held an extraordinary
"peace" talk today only to dis

agree on the very first item up

for discussion.

TWENTY-THREE Army drivers who completed a year of accident-free driving received U.S. Army certificates of merit
during a ceremony held by Company B, 723d, Ordnance Battalion, of Corozal. Sp-3 Phillip J. Castor (front, middle) receiv received
ed received the top award for safety and violation-free driving. His commanding officer, Capt. Lester w. Mueller (front, right)
presented the awards, assisted by Ordnance Safety Officer, Mr. Alfred J. Gauvin. Other men receiving awards: Second row
(left to right), Sp-2' Tranquilano Zamora, Sp-3 Andrew Brekak, SP-3 Leo A. Mdntano, Pfc. Charles R. Pennington, Pfc. Don Donald
ald Donald H. Sherry, and Sp-2 William S. Long. Third row. (left to right); Sp-3 Joseph A. Kretz, sfc. Delbert E. Rawhouser, sp-3
Simon L. Firschmanrr, Sp-2 Richard L. Day, Sp-3 Robert V. Poe, and Sgt. Jacob M. Reicher.

Rare Beaked

Bolfle-Fed In Bid
To Keep II Alive
PALOS VERDES ESTATES,
Calif., Feb. 24 (UP) Acquarium
attendants today bottle-fed a rare

Cuvier beaked whale, believed to

be the only one. in capuvuy, yj
a desperate effort to keep it alive.
The 12-foot whale was found
tangled among kelp beds and
rocks off Santa Catalina Island
yesterday by a boat of Marine Marine-land,
land, Marine-land, a large oceanarium here.
"She's still in a state of shock,"
explained a Marineland spokes spokesman;
man; spokesman; "We put her in the main
tank and so fir everything has
been okay. But we don't know
what she will do when she comes
out of shock." u
About 1,000 other fish were In
the tank with the 1,200-p o u n d
whale The rare species was dis discovered
covered discovered about 1800 by Georges
Cuvier, a French biologist.
Marineland said it believed only
20 Cuvier beak whales had been
reported. Only one other lias been
captured, a spokesman said. It
lived ior six days before being
eaten by porpoises in a marine marine-land
land marine-land in Florida.
"We're handling her with kid
gloves,", one. attendant said. "So
far she hasn't given us any trou trouble.
ble. trouble. She even Jets us handle her
without any fuss in moving her
about the tank."
But her eating habits were of
some concern to the attendants.
They kept checking throughout thei
night to make sure there were no;
disturbances in the tank, v

So far the fish have treated the
whale with a great deal of re respect,"
spect," respect," said the attendant. "And
the whale hasn't bothered any of
them."

BriJish Governmen!
Lets Ilcose Dangle
Over 3 Murderers

LONDON, Feb. 24 (UP) The

government announced today it

will not promise murderers a

holiday from hanging while Par

liament is debating whether to
abolish capital punishment.

Home Secretary Gwilym Lloyd

George left the noose danglin
over three condemned men by de

clarlng that "Each case will be

considered on its merits."

The statement reflected the deep

conviction ot prime Minister An Anthony
thony Anthony Eden's Cabinet that1 Britain
should keep its death penalty.
Eden made this clear by refus refus-ing
ing refus-ing to introduce a government
anti-hanging bill as an overwhelm overwhelming
ing overwhelming majority of Parliament
"urged" him to do in a vote last
week.
Instead, he offered parliamen parliamentary
tary parliamentary priority to an anti-hanging
bill previously introduced by a So Socialist,
cialist, Socialist, Sydney Silverman. Silver Silverman's
man's Silverman's bill long had been blocked
by the government. : ;
The Labor opposition promptly
termed this maneuver "irrespon "irresponsible,"
sible," "irresponsible," but Eden told the House he
was bowing sufficiently to Parlia Parliament's
ment's Parliament's will by letting the Silver Silverman
man Silverman bill come to a vote.

He promised a "free vote" such

Usually Obedient
Machines Turn
Against Workers
NEW YORK, Feb 24 (UP) -Usually
obedient machines turned
against half a million frustrated
office workers yesterday.
A subway train jumped off the
tracks south of Grand Central Sta Station,
tion, Station, snarling an estimated 500,000
persons in a rush-hour traffic
jam. Thirteen persons .fainted in
overcrowded cars. Bus lines were
overloaded. Office-bound workers
clocked in as late as 20 minutes
because of the jam. i .. v
Three hours passed before serv

ice was nqrmaj, .; v. h
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At another scene of frustration
almost 2,000 workers arrived at
their office building in downtown

Manhattan and discoverrd that the

building's elevators were not op operating.
erating. operating. They faced the choice of

waiting for repairs or climbing

the stairs of the 27 story Duiid Duiid-ing.
ing. Duiid-ing. Most of those on upper floors
waited.

Crowding in the lobby became so

serious that police were seent to
maintain order. The elevators
"were not back into operation until
shortly before 2 p.m.

Teen-Age Prisoner
Accused 01 My rder
Socks Jailer's Jaw

BOONE, N.C., Feb. 24 (UP) (UP)-A
A (UP)-A teen-age girl accused of murder,
who has doubled the trouble of

her jailers, was a subdued prison prisoner
er prisoner today. She had a sore jaw and
was in strict confinement.
Jo Ann Severson, 18, of Mil Milwaukee,
waukee, Milwaukee, misjudged the temper of
one of her keepers. A deputy sher sheriff
iff sheriff slugged her after she had
crackeu him on the head with a
blackjack.

Earlier, the girl had demanded
that she be permitted to marry
a prisoner. Her only association
with him had been souted con conversations
versations conversations as he was in a cell re removed
moved removed from the corridor where
she was allowed to have limited
freedom.
The sheriff was not impressed

by the romance and said there

would be no wedding.
Nothing more was heard of the
Severson girl until she waylaid
Deputy Sheriff George Smither Smither-man
man Smither-man Monday night. He withstood
the. blackjack blow and went into
action. He knocked her down and
dragged her to a cell.
The improvised blackjack, made
of a dog chain and a leather
harness, broke his glasses, Smith Smith-erman
erman Smith-erman said.
The Severson girl had the free freedom
dom freedom of the jail corridor Until the
incident. She was put into a re remote
mote remote cell.
She and Leonard Lafond, 20, al also
so also of Milwaukee, are charged with
slaying Dr. Lewis Finn, 70, 'They
are scheduled to go on trial next
month.

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AFL-CIO President George Mea Mea-ny
ny Mea-ny and Charles R. Sligh Jr., NAM
executive committee chairman,
told reporters they agreed on on only
ly only one thing at a private 2i hour
lunch meeting: that further talks
would serve no useful purpose.
Meany proposed the "peace"
talk with NAM officials last De December,
cember, December, He suggested a "non-

aggression" pact between organize

ea labor and organized business
to contribute toward industrial

peace and the common fight a a-gainst
gainst a-gainst Communism.
The AFL-CIO. which repre represents
sents represents tome U million worktrs,
and the NAM, which rtprosont
mort than 20,000 industrial firms,
have heaped bittor criticism en
each other for yoart.
The last time the two men got
together they got into an argu argument
ment argument over so-called "right-to-work
laws and union political activities.
It took two months and numerous

telegrams sand long distance tele telephone
phone telephone calls to arrange today's
meeting.

But apparently all the effort was

for nothing. Meany and Slight told
a news .conference after the lunch
they disagreed completely on the
subject of union security agree agreements.
ments. agreements. These are employer-union j
contracts requiring workers to
join a union.
"Not being able to agree on that
point," Meany said, "we didn't

agree or disagree on any others-1

we just talked about them. I

wouia say t we are practically
where we were last December."

Sligh, former NAM president and

Doara cnairman, said the disagree disagreement
ment disagreement over union security contracts
"pretty well stopped us." He said
it would be "hard to have another
meeting" in view of today's dead deadlocks.
locks. deadlocks. v
Othtr issues discussed includ included
ed included union political activities, man
ajjomont's "rioht to manajt,"
and allegtd union violence or Intimidation.

align said his talk with Meany
was '"friendly." But he said they
disagreed basically on the so cal

led state ;-ngnt to work" laws
which ban union shops.
He said the NAM had nothing
to do with the passage of such
laws but agrees with the principle
involved.' The AFL-CIO is bitterly
opposed to such legislation.

Virgin Forests Of
Alaska May Solve
Newsprint Problem

NEW YORK, Feb. 24 (UP) A I

lumoer industry spokesman said
today the virgin forests of Alaska
and Labrador might hold the solu solution
tion solution to the nation's chronic news newsprint
print newsprint shortage.
Utilization of these vast timber timber-lands
lands timber-lands could result in a plentiful

supply of newsprint by 15C0, sai j
Julius Stulraan, presiui-ni SiUi-man-Emnek
Lumber Co.
"Logs could be hauled from
northern timberlands to nearby
pulping mills, where the pulp ti'.en
would be pressed into cakes and
flown to paper mil's in and near
consuming centers," he explained.
Stulraan std this opera Cton
"might possibly result, in cheaper
newsprint than can be made to today."
day." today."

SPANISH COURSE FOR ENGLISH SPEAKING
PEOPLE AT THE UNIVERSITY OF PANAMA-
The University of Panama Is offering this, Summer Tern an intensive
Spani-h Course for English Speaking people from FEBRUARY 2SUi to
APRIL 18th, 1958. Classes conducted In periods of SO minutes f out days
i week from MONDAY through THURSDAY t evening hours suiUMo.to?.
people working at daytime.
; .. ELEMENTARY:' From 5 to pm. ,4
INTERMEDIATE: From I to T pm
ADVANCED: From T to I p m. (Special attention dedicated to con conversation,
versation, conversation, composition and translaUon.) '.-;''.
Registration opened at Secretary's Office (main bulMtat of Univer University)
sity) University) from ( to U and from 3 to Sp.m. High School Diploma required
of students enrolled for credits. Student for non credits art also ad-;
mltted. Certificate of Attendance will be given by request.

SEPARATION
SALEM, Ore. -(UP)- The Rev.
Edward Calvin Salter, cited for
speeding, told police he was hurry hurrying
ing hurrying to catch a funeral procession
from which he had become sepa separated,
rated, separated, .'

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members could vote according to
their consciences without fear of

discipline by party whips.
Silverman's bill would suspend

hanginsf for 10 years, after which

it would be banned permanently

unless Parliament approved legis-

as the one last Thursday in which lation to re-introduce it. ''

I(ernienlis Admits
Coiniunisls Have
Increased Influence
. ',- i-r X'.-. : V,
ATHENS Feb' 24 (UPV Greek

Premier Constantine Karamanlis

said today Communists in Greece

"undoubtedly increased their po

litical : power, prestige and influ influence"
ence" influence" a a result of this week's
elections.

Although the tall, v handsome

Premier won a narrow victory

over the Democratic Union s pop

ular front, he blamed leaders of
the Democratic Union for giving
Communists a stronger foothold
in Greece.
; "Improvement of Communist
prestige and moral influence is
entirely the f a u 1 1 of Liberals
George Papandreou and Sophocles
Venizelos, who teamed with the
Communists for the purpose of the
' elections," the pro-American Pre Premier
mier Premier told United Press in an ex exclusive
clusive exclusive interview.
"If not for this alliance,. Com Communists
munists Communists would not have gained
more than 15 seats in Parlia Parliament
ment Parliament and would not have re received
ceived received the boost in the eyes of
the electorate which they got as
a result of the center parties col collaboration."
laboration." collaboration."
"However," he added, "the ma majority
jority majority I got, even though slender,
Is enough for my party to rule a a-lone
lone a-lone for the full four-year term-as
is my. intention."
Communists won 18 seats while
tlie fellow-traveling Working Peo People's
ple's People's Union party won 19.
"Numerically, they do not repre represent
sent represent danger," the Premier said.
"But improvement of the Com Communists'
munists' Communists' moral standing is what
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the elections. "It was the most
honest election ever seen in
Greece," he said.

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LONDOV. Feb. 24 (UP) Sir! Mr MURDO SOUND. AnUrcti AnUrcti-V.'inston
V.'inston AnUrcti-V.'inston Churchill turned 01 nica. Feb. 24 (UP) The men who

I -melon's bone-chilling weather last staff this outpost of civilization

rvht to help honor his Queen at a'settled down today for a bi?

O ..lihall banouef. fbuildin-? job that will last
li was a glittering display of i through the lone winter In An An-ral
ral An-ral pomp and ceremony marred tarctica.
only by the cold in the great stonej Some 1700 members of Amer Amer-rom
rom Amer-rom despite two days of pre-, lea's Antarctic exploration have
Ticwting with special radiators, j completed the Job of unloading
Lonion's Lord Mayor, Cuther-i surmlies. repairins vehicles,
bcrt Ackroyd, lauded the Duke of;buildlne bridges, filling In crev-

r.ainmirgn as me JJnUsh people s asses, marking and gradlnar snow

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tr'ted caretaker of their Queen.

We'commfi the royal couple

nit K trom their Nigerian tour con con-e!'lcd
e!'lcd con-e!'lcd last week, Ackrovd told the
Q a-cn "It takes a weight off our
minds that the Duke should be
xv h you in these journeys...'"
The Queen responded in a

screen in which she spoke of the
grnt promise Nigeria showed.
f"-irchill did not speak, but sat

OilPi and cupped his ear the bet
tt to hear the Queen.

flizabclh drove to Guildhall In
ancient city of London without
hir usual cavalry escort, and she
u d a car instead of the state

ewen. it. was too cold for that.
?ut none of the other traditional
M emory was .dropped. The lord
irjyor In Ms robes greeted her

! the, entrance to the old city

a!jl presented a sword for her
f-wtouch as the ancient symbol of

n;j fluty to defend the city against

icarlet-clad aldermen followed

tltl lord mayor into the Guildhall

with its glitfering lights, pieces of
ancient gold, and banked displays

oi rca ana wnite tiowers.
.The morning-coated euests gave

Churchill a standing oyation when

tn pink, cheeked old man arrived.
JI promptly headed for the li li-Jx$ry
Jx$ry li-Jx$ry for pre-lunch refreshments.
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t$kt Long Illness

ana ice trails and setting up

dwellings for the winter

However, those who remain
behind durinir the coming win
ter months will face the task of
preparing the Little America V
and Hut Point bases for the ar arrival
rival arrival of additional American

forces In October.
New living Quarters must be
constructed, scientific devices
assembled and medical, dental
and photographic facilities made
ready for the next phase of the
Antarctic exploration to bezln

with the arrival of "spring," sev

en months from now.
The chief goal of that phase
will be establishment of a new
scientific station directly at the

South Pole, moving equipment

oy tractor and sledge across the
Ross Ice shelf and dropping at
least 800 tons of material by air.
Hut Point, which has grown
to' 19 permanent pre-fabricated
buildings, Is equipped with three
100-kllowatt power generators,
each of which Is capable of car carrying
rying carrying the total load of power
needed by the garages, mess

halls, barracks, recreation hall
and other units. Ten new ouon ouon-set
set ouon-set huts will be Used to house

October s exnected population

increase of 170 men.

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Indians1 Juvenile
Delinquency Cure?
Just Flying Water

SPRINGFIELD. III.. Feh U

(UP) A historian said toHav llli

nois Indians used water to nrevenf

juvenile acunquency.
Dr. Wayne C, Temple of the Il Illinois
linois Illinois State Museum said an 18th
century observer noted that In

dians "never chide or beat" their

children for misbehaving.

"They only throw water at them
by way of chastisement," he said.
Temple said the methods might

jieem primitive, Dili nevertneless
there is no record of juvenile

delinquency among these tribes.

IS'EW. YORK. Feb. 21 (UP)
Itsltie Carnesie, 70, an Austrian
immigrant who helped put New
rk on the world fashion map,

cr.ca Wednesday after a long ill

She designed women's clothing
ranging from exclusive creations

for weallhy society matrons to the
odicial WAC uniform and a mod

em nun's habit for a Carmelite
dililor.
I'ss Carnegie was born In Vien Vienna
na Vienna but came to the United States
with her parents while in her

tw.ns. She quit school at It to help

out her. poverty-stricKen family.
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senger in Jlacy's department store

ana men goi a jon in a wnoiesaie

dress house. Although, she had on only;
ly; only; one skirt and three blouses to
we a r to work she wore th e in so
well that" a dressmaker neighbor,
r.iise Roth, gave' her a job and
later they became partners.
An 1909, the two established a
s'uip with Miss Carnegie designing

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larging enlarging the -business.
, In iai9, Miss Carnegie made her
first trip to Paris and went to the
French capital about seven times
' (M-ear after that. She was an ad admirer
mirer admirer of Paris fashions and co-

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MR. AND MRS. ROBERT GLENN GABLE
GABLE-APSTER MARRIAGE ?
SOLEMNIZED IN COROZAL CHAPEL
The marriage of Miss Barbara Judith Apster, daughter
of Mrs. Judith Apster of Balboa, Canal Zone and Mr. Stephen
'W. Apster, Jr. of Bridgeport, Connecticut, to Mr. Robert
Glenn Gable, son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry A. Gable of Thorn Thornton,
ton, Thornton, West Virginia, was solemnized on Saturday in the Co Co-rozal
rozal Co-rozal Chapel at 4:30 p.m.

-ljiapiam raerrui w. uayion omciaiea ai nc tt'uuu;,

Vases of Easter lilies decorated
the altar and standing cornucopia
baskets of lilies and white agapan agapan-thus
thus agapan-thus were arranged on either side
of the chancel.
Escorted and given in mar marriage
riage marriage by Mr. Casey J. Hall, the
bnue wore a gown of gleaming
while slipper satin ballerina
length wnn a long torse, bateau
ncciuine of imported alencon lace,
and a boulfani stcirt. The long lu lu-tea
tea lu-tea sleeves came- to points over
her hands, her f ..'ifien-p lengm
veil of nylon tulle was tie d, in
place by a liny'hat oi cry?A se
quins aecenteu witn tear a t o p
pearis. Her slippers were ot saun
to match her gown. Sne carried
a bouquet orwnite runied nylon
net centered with wmte moth or or-cmds
cmds or-cmds ana tied with saun stream
eis.
ivirs. Edward Deis, the bride's
omy attendant, wore a strapless
bauerina lengtn gown ot wnite
emDroiaered organay and nylon
tuue over yellow taifeta witn a
matching stole. Her neadpiece was
a tiara efiect arrangement of dai daisies,
sies, daisies, and she carrieu a bouquet of
yeuow Guatemalan cicmus tieu
wna yellow saun streamers.
isest man.: lor trie bridegroom
was Mr. Edward Deis.
Airs. Apster, motner of the
bnue, wore a frocK of grey nylon
enanung and an orcnm corsage.
Her accessories were of pale pink
and blacK. s
Immediately following the cre-
Tne young coupie have returned
ate family ana tne wedding attend attend-aius
aius attend-aius was held in theuaraen
Koom of the Hotel Tivoli.
Th vnnno mule have returned

from a short trip to El Valle and

are now making tneir nome in
Balboa.

Department of the Canal Zone
Convention being held in .Colon

this year.

Buffet-Cocktail Party

lor Mr. Walter Grosselfinger

Mr. Paul H. Kaiser will enter

tain at a cocktail and buffet for

Mr. Walter Grosselfinger at the

Golf Club at 7:30 on Monday. Tne

main object of this atlair will De

to demonstrate the westrex Mona
teL "'"v ;':
Mr. and Mrs. Carlos Hall i
Entertained By

The Frank Raymonds

Dr. and Mrs. Frame Raymond

entertained at dinner recently for

Mr. and Mrs. Carlos Hall. The
Carlos Halls are house guests of
Mr. and Mrs. Pitin Obarrio of
Golf Heights.
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Shaw-

Have House Guests
Mr unrt Mrs. I. J. DauehertV of

Long Island, N.Y. arrived Wednes-

day on ine a. a. Ancon, ana wui

be visiting with Mr, ana Airs, jonn
w. Shaw of Campo Alegre for the

next 3 months..

The Daugherty's spent several
years during the last war on the
Atlantic side, where Mr. Daugher Daugher-ty
ty Daugher-ty was employed as consulting en

gineer lor JNavai ujnstrucuon ai
Coco Solo.
Charles Sutros
Returning To England
After spending three weeks as
house guest of the British Ambas Ambassador
sador Ambassador to Panama and Mrs. Ian
Henderson. Mr. and Mrs. Charles
Sutro left by ship for England yes yesterday,
terday, yesterday, (Continued on Page 9))

MISS MILDRED DEMERAN AND MISS MARY ROSE the
"J. C. DUO" are the young entertainers on tomorrow night's
show and dance for servicemen and members of the Girls
Service Organization at the Balboa YMCA-USO.

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House Guests
In Cerro Punta

Mrs. R. A. Acly and small son

Peter will spend a long weekend
with Dr. and Mrs. Carlos Brin at

their country home in Cerro Pun

ta. They will leave today.
Reception At Union Club
For Commercial Mission

Georg Count de Pappenhcim,

Charge d' Affaires ad interim of
the German' Federal Republic n
issuing invitations to a reception to
be tendered, the German Commer Commercial
cial Commercial Mission at the Union Club on
Saturday,, from 6 to 8 p.m.
Dr. and Mrs. Carl Johnson
Entertain For
Dr. Herbert Clark 1
Dr. and Mrs. Carl Johnson en entertained
tertained entertained last night at a small get get-together
together get-together at their home in honor
of Dr. Herbert Clark who is visit visiting
ing visiting on the Isthmus for a little
while. Dr. Herbert Clark spent
twenty-five years here as Chief of
the Gorgas Memorial Laboratory
and is very well remembered.
The Pitin Obarrios Entertain
For The Rabagos -v
Mr. and Mrs. Pitin Obarrio en entertained
tertained entertained last night at their resi residence
dence residence in Golf Heights. The guests
of honor at the dinner and card
party were the Conde and Conde Conde-sa
sa Conde-sa de Rabago.

Association Holds Meeting
' The Navy-Pacific Chapter of the
Reserve Officers' Association held
a meeting at the Quarry Heights
Officers' Club yesterday evening.
The program included discussion
of delegates' to the National Con Convention
vention Convention in New Orleans and to the

Billie Holiday,
Husband Arrested
On Dope Charge
PHILADELPHIA, Feb. 24 (UP)
Blues singer Billie Holiday 41,
and here husband-manager Louis
McKay were arrested on a nar narcotics
cotics narcotics charge today. They were
held in bail after a police surgeon
pronounced their narcotics tests
proved "positive."
Miss Holiday, who is appearing
ot a Wai nipht Knot, and her hus

band were arrested in their hotel
rooin.e .- ,t ;

Detective Capt. Clarence Fergu-
irt "fnur nr fiv decks of

heroin, needles,' small spoons and

eye droppers an wrapped in pa paper
per paper were found on the Negr o
singer's person when she was
searched by two policewomen.1
Ferguson said McKay, 46, had
cocaine and a revolver in his

possession.

ur. Annur inomas, pouce sur surgeon,
geon, surgeon, gave the two a narcotics
test and pronounced both "posi "positive."
tive." "positive." nrfifsr William Rpntt nf the sne-

oiol cmiaH said that, thfi Tiositive

findings indicated the two had us

ed narcotics "recently, m a 'mat
tnr nf hnur .-....

Magistrate William Caboti held

Miss Holiday ano ner nusuanu m

$7;500 bail each.
M1 TTnliHav was

arrested several times in the past

on narcotics cnarges. ne saw
McKay once served a three year
term in Pennsylvania's Eastern

Penitentiary on a Durgiary cnarge.

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GRfJEN PEA SOUP CAN BE
FANCIED UP DELICIOUSLY
By OAYNOR MADDOX
NEA Food and Markits Editor

Pea soup is Usually thought of

as a decidedly plain Pennsylvania
Dutch specialty. But it can be
fancied up. Last week we went to
a luncheon at the Plaza Hotel in
New York. Green pea soup made
of the newest mix, using Alaska
green peas grown in Washington
and Idaho, was the flavorful
theme.
First came steaming bowls of
very fine pea soup made from the
new mix. Then waiters passed
trays with small bowls of garnish garnishes
es garnishes for the soup lemon slices,
salted whipped cream and very
thin strips of smoked tongue,
chopped chives and croutons.
After the soup, there was a

choice of all white meat chicken

salad with v capers and curried

stuffed eees. or fruit salad in

eluding fresh strawberries, and

French rolls witn sweet ouuer.
Dessert was baked Alaska and hot

tea. :;

The unique feature of this green

oea soud is that it is made in the

old-fashioned way,; except that it

is done on an assembly-line scale.

The dried split peas are soaked,

then cooked in glass-lined kettles.

Only whole spices are used, being

added early in the cooking proc process.
ess. process. After simmering the proper
lentrth of time, the mixture is

pureed and smoke flavoring add

ed. Then the water is removed oy
a special process and the soup mix
is packaged.

To make at home, empty me

package into cold water, heat, stir stir-rintf
rintf stir-rintf occasionally until it boils,

cover and simmer tor 3 minutes.

Green Pta Soup with Spinach

In saucepan, saute V cup

chopped onion in 2 tablespoons ba

con fat or butter. Pour, in 3 cups

cold water, stir in 1 package pea

soup mix and V cup chopped
spinach. Cook according to pack

age directions. i
Company Dinner Soup
Conk 1 Dflckaee oea soud mix

acrnrHinf tn directions on Dack-

age but add 1 tablespoon snerry

New Books

"Handbook of Favorite Dances,"
written by Ed and Elsie Bossing,

who have spent years traveling
throughout tne country as teachers
and dancers, is among the books

placed in circulation during the

past week by the Canal Zone Lt-

Drary.

A fine comDanion to Bossine s

oook, tne Handbook of Square

Dances," this collection is based

upon the same principles of full
details, simple expresion. and

clear diagrams. The 101 dances in

this book are the "cream of the

dances collected by the Bossings

in tneir travels.

The complete 1st of new books

and tneir author announced by the

uorary tnis week louows:

NON-FICTION Applied Ima

gination, osborn; The ureer Case,

reck; i.uuu.ouo Delinquents, fine;
Practical Mathematics Refresher,
Reeve; Guide to the S t u d y of
Rocks, Spock; What Makes an EX EXECUTIVE;
ECUTIVE; EXECUTIVE; How to Landscape your
own Home, Malkin; Indian Art of

the United States, Douglas; Hand

book of favorite Dances. Bossing:

North Africa, Ogrizek; From My
Experience, Bromfield; The Hap Happiest
piest Happiest Man in the World, Rosen Rosen-field;
field; Rosen-field; Heroic Heart, M a 1 1 h e e-Bruun;
Bruun; e-Bruun; Transformation, Hanson.

FICTION Tne Mercy of the

Court, Porter; Lady, Get Your
Gun, Ernst; Gently Does It, Hun Hunter;
ter; Hunter; The Proud Man, Lining ton;
The Picnic at Sakkara, Newby;
Don Gastone and the Ladies, Pa Pa-rise;
rise; Pa-rise; The Changelings, Seid.

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Jesus Lights he Sabbath Lamp,
Tippett; Bill and Susan, Smith;

Maybelle the Donkey, Sonder-

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Hurst; A Child's Book, of Stones

and Minerals, Swenson; The Juig
Book of Real Helicopters, Knight;
Davy-Crockett, Davis; Paul Re Revere
vere Revere and the Minute Men, Fish-en

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salted whipped cream and sprinkle
with grated American cheese.
Brown under broiler until cheese
is golden.

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Bids For Ceilings

Bids for the installation of a a-coustical
coustical a-coustical material in the ceilings
of the Magistrate Court in Balboa
are now being solicited by the Pa Panama
nama Panama Canal Company.
Specifications call for the work
to be performed during the hours
that the court room is not in1 use.

The project should be completed
within a month.
Bids on the project will be open opened
ed opened the morning of March 7 in the

Administration Building at Balboa

Heights.

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PANAMA RIDING SCHOOL
Riding & Jumping clou doily
a i to 5 p.m. Phon 3-0279
or by appointment.
"Ve ihape Your rDrure"
BODY-REDUCING
T fiimoin McLevy Macliinw
Swedish Meisane Steam Bato
(or male and female
ORTEPEDIA NACIONAL
(Dr. Srhnlls)
53 Junto Arosemena Ph. S-221T
Salt?
HARNETT & DUNN
UAUROOM dance studio
"TEACIUS I'NTU VOU LEARN"
Balboa: 2-4239 or Pan.: 3-186
Studio El Panama Hotel
Dog and Cat
CLINIC
Of. J V.Femdndu U,
, r-iiM an
No. 2-6(5
Tel. 3-1903 ;
LOOK
You Can Now Buy Auto Automobile
mobile Automobile Insurance by, tele telephone.
phone. telephone. Immediate Cover Coverage.
age. Coverage. Dial Panama 2-5000
FRED HUDDLESTON.
Save on direct shipment
Top quality fishing
equipment
' M0LETTE SUPPLY
SERVICE
Panama 3-6318
New Colombian
iPsper Supplants
Closed El Tiempo
1!
j BOGOTA, Colombia, Feb; 24
JILT) Thp newspaper Intermedin
I ...li:.L!.. ai.:- w
11 ..dsiKiied to be a temporary sub
atitute for El Ttempo, which' was
itlosed by the Colombia govern-
ttnent more than six months ago,
Intermedio is published in hi Tiem Tiem-Jfyo's
Jfyo's Tiem-Jfyo's plant, has El Tlempo's for for-ijnat
ijnat for-ijnat and characteristics, and is
directed by Enrique Santos, a
j brother of Dr. Eduarrio Santos,
'publisher and owner of El Tiem Tiem-Ipo.
Ipo. Tiem-Ipo. .-. f
,i Earlier, the afternoon newspap newspaper
er newspaper El Indcpendiente began publi publi-!eation
!eation publi-!eation as a substitute for El Espec-
.tador, also closed by the action of
government censorship.
T
itui'
CHOICE
LOTS for
SALE
Ave. Eloy Alfaro 15-159
" Tc?T2-C610

l 111:

Mi

cellaneoui itemi. Phone Panama
3-1773

FOR SALE: Modern taction j
sofa with 3 tett of teat covert,
$90; oak dining room tibia
(round) with 4 chain $35; ma mahogany
hogany mahogany telephone table $5.
Houia 675-E, Curundu Height!,
C.Z. Phone Cur. 6262.
FOR SALE: Two upholstered
chain, mahogany arm, $22 ea.,
German piano, mahogany case,
$175. Phone Bal. 4319.
WANTED
Automobiles
WANTED: Jeap with 4-whecl
drive in good running condition
for cash. Make your offer to Mr.
Soia. Phone 2-3364, Panama
Radio Corp
LESSONS
MODERN PIANO instruction of offered
fered offered beginners and' advanced
pupils. Call Bennett, phone 2 2-1282.
1282. 2-1282. MARGARITA LEAGUE
- :
With only six weeks to" play It
i still could be anybody's cnam-
plonship, with the exception of
the Post Office Five. Unless tney
get a miracle they Just as well,
conceae,, ana siari jooKiiif ioi-
ward. to a better team next year.
The Elks moved up into a tie
for first place with the police,
while four teams, Aces, Powells,
Naval Station and Wright Bros.
Plumbing, are all tied up for
that second place position. Just
two points behind them Is But Butler
ler Butler and Son and holding down
the cellar position Is the Post
Office.
With Don Rudy's best series
this season, the Elks eked out
three points from the Aces to
crowd the Police In their first
place position. Rudy's 565 series
by the way took high, class A
honors this week. Spinney of the
Aces seems to be back In form
this week after being the only
man on the Aces Team who did
not break 500 last week. This
week he was the only man who
did. Let's get together, boys.
-Wright Bros, worked into a
tie wtiiv Powells ty taking three
points from the Plymouth men.
Reccia's 489 series was high in
Class C.
The Policemen split with the
Naval station to drop Into a tie
for first place. Stan Guest's high
Class B series of 520 wasn't quite
enough to overcome the fast-
playing Navy men. .-)
Butler and Son moved a little

mm

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further away from the cellar byiwright, J. 132

talcing tnree irom tne Man men.
STANDINGS

I Won Lost
Police ...20 12
Elks ....(.............20 12
Aces 16 16
Powells 16 16
Naval Station ........ 16 18
Wright Bros. .......... 16 16
Butler and Son 14 18
Post Office ......... ..' 10 22
f NAVY

Hoppe r . 112 155 158 425
Juskowskl . 165 151 154 470
Turner . 175 153 182 510
Cole . . 165 173 167 505
Haberthler 144 155 138 437
761 787 799 2317
POLICE
Fortner . 178 145 137 460
Cook . .. 167 124 158 449
Tully . ... 186 138- 149 473
Guest . 167 178 175 520
Martin ... 205 142 167 514
903 727 786 2416
7' 7 7 21
910 734 793 2437

793 2437

FOR SALE
Automobiles

FOR SALE: 1950 Oldsmobil
4-door, good condition. Call
Pfe. Fiedler, Ft. Davit 17-585
after 6 p.m.
FOR SALE: 1951 Oldsmobil.
hydramatic, radio, $9.75. 0776
F,' Williamson Place. Balboa 2 2-3724.
3724. 2-3724. ;
FOR SALE: 1951 Studebaker
Comm. V-8 2-door tedan, radio,
$500. Call 2-1713.
FOR SALE: 1951 Tu-tone 4 4-dr.
dr. 4-dr. Packard, new ww tiresv
brakes, $725 or best offer. Call
Navy 3504.
FOR SALE: 1953 four-door
Packard Clipper tedan, four new
tires and battery, low mileage.
Original owner, excellent condi condition,
tion, condition, $1000. Federica Boyd No,
1 Phone 3-1516.
FOR SALE: 1947 Studebaker
Club Coupe, overdrive, radio,
leather upholstery. Balboa 2 2-4367.
4367. 2-4367. FOR SALE: 1950 Chevrolet
Deluxe 2-door tedan wridio
and good tirei, $375 cash. Tel Telephone
ephone Telephone Kobbe 84-4255.
FOR SALE: Jeep Willy Com Commercial,
mercial, Commercial, 4-wheel drive, good
condition; girl's English bike,
large. Phone 3-3282. House
8054-D, Margarita.
FOR SALE: White 1954 Chev Chevrolet
rolet Chevrolet model 210, regular shift,
$1100. Call 92-22111 exten extension
sion extension 138.
FOR SALE: '52 Mercury, ra radio,
dio, radio, Mcrcomatic, new tires, ex excellent
cellent excellent condition. Reasonable.
Phone 2-5133 Panama.
PERSONALS
MR. B SEALY: Please call 2 2-5006
5006 2-5006 about your lot, 8th Street,
Parque Lefevre.
ACES
Halliday . 156
172
168
117
183
170
160
151
169
167
180
488
McKeown 158
477
.Benson . 151
437
494
533
stiison . 144
spinney i 183
792 gio 827 2429
11 1 3
793 811 827 2432
ELKS
Bartram
Rudy .
Kraka '.
Kenway
. 139
, 225
, 143
. 137
.158
183
168
165
173
174
183
172,
147
183
139
505
565
455
493
471
Robinson
802 863 824 2489
WRIGHT BROS. PLBG.
Hicks . 165 126
sanker",-. 137 189
Reccla . 141 199
Butz .... 129 130
Mitchell . .184 156
184
163
149
158
178
475
489
489
417
518
759- 800
, 5 4
832 2388
5 14
761 804 837 2402
POWELLS
Bell . 156 160
Douean . 167 180
168
170
146
123
215
484
517
447
451
351
132
Eder . . 149 152
Nordstrom 168 160
Watson . 136
776 784 822 2388
POST OFFICE
Gibson
DeVoll
Blind
151
132
128
134
181
726
2
141
133
128
190
202
794
2
154
144
128
146
162
446
409
384
470
545
Brown
Hogan
734 2254
2 6
728 796 736 2260
BUTLER AND SON
Conover
Brooks ...
. 189161
131 138
145 126
. 192 132
142 155
158
132
175
161
173
508
401
446
489
470
Tortoricl ..
Stroop .
Wlklngstad
799 716 799 2314
LUCKY noOK
MINNEAPOLIS (UP) -Lei-ton
Arnold had his quota of fish fisherman's
erman's fisherman's luck. While ice fishing re recently,
cently, recently, on Lake Minnetonka 18
miles West of here, he dropped his
retrieved them on his Wik
1 when he pulled up his line.

MISCELLANEOUS

ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS
OX 2031, ANCON, C.Z.
BOX 1211. CRISTOBAL. C.Z.
Join Oemoctic Digest Club
Republicans welcome.
Telephone 3-0943. Write cart
Panama American.
FOR'SALE
Miscellaneous
VENETIAN BLINOS The new
IDEAL Venetian blind it tupe tupe-rior.
rior. tupe-rior. TROPICAL roller shades,
traverse curtain rails. For free
estimate and (ample call ROB ROBERTO,
ERTO, ROBERTO, Phone 3-4904
FOR SALE: One hundred dif different
ferent different PHOTOGRAPHS of
SCOUTCAPADES (Erlboa) at
Foto El Halcen, across from Ho Hotel
tel Hotel EL PANAMA, 9-12:30 and
2-6 (including this Saturday),
"FOR SALE: Practically new
wood lathe with tool $50. AB AB-ERNATHY,
ERNATHY, AB-ERNATHY, 3-0264.
FOR SALE: Western Electrie
French phone $20. Call 3-2919.
FOR SALE: "Webcer'' tape re recorder,
corder, recorder, portable with 3 roll ef
1800 each, Microphone, brand
new. Phone 2-1613 Panama.
FOR SALE: Bar counter in ex excellent
cellent excellent condition at reasonable
price. Can be teen at Hotel In International.
ternational. International. NOTICE FISHERMAN
just received nylure baits, 20 "4
off, If it' fishing tackle or tport tport-ing
ing tport-ing goods w have it. ABERNA ABERNA-THY,
THY, ABERNA-THY, acros tide street El Pan Panama
ama Panama Hotel. Phone 3-0264
FOR SALE: Holland violoncel violoncello,
lo, violoncello, brand new with case. Leaving
Isthmus. Phone 2-0282 or 2 2-0025
0025 2-0025 Panama.
FOR SALE: Male Pekinese dogs.
1 1th Street and Second Avenue
No. 108,' San Francisco.'
' FOR SALE: Mahogany bedroorrj ;
tuite: twin foam rubber mat mattresses,
tresses, mattresses, box springs; radio phon phon-graph;
graph; phon-graph; 1952 Studebaker Com-
mander, excellent condition,.
$675. Call 2-3631 until 7 p.m.
Saturday and Sunday.
Commies To Reach
London Same Day
Grace Kelly Weds
LONDON. Feb. 24 (UP) So
viet Premier Nikolai Bulganin and
Communist Party Chief N i k i t a
Khrushchev will arrived here for
their official visit April 18. the
same day Prince R a i n i e r and
Grace Kelly are to be married in
Monaco, it was reported today.

Atlantic Teenage League

STANDINGS
Teams Won Lost
C.P.O. ................. 7 2
Bulck 5 3
Motta 4 4
M.R.A 1 8
The Atlantic Teenage League
ended their first half Wednes Wednesday
day Wednesday afternoon when Motta drop
ped Bulck out of first place witn
a 14 to 10 defeat; sending C.P.O.
into the number one position as
the first half winners.
Peterson started for Motta but
was relieved by Pabon with San Sanchez
chez Sanchez getting credit for the, win
when he took over the mound
duty in the fourth to stop B'l B'l-ick's
ick's B'l-ick's rally. Trimble went the
route for Bulck.
Bruce, Sanchez and Pabon
each connected for a double off
the Bulck hurler while Trimble
collected four hits or four times
at bat, two of the hits being
doubles. v v
The box score:
Motta Ab R II Po A
Pabon, 3b-p 3 115
Fields, 2b ....... 3 1 0 2
Blevlns, rf ...... 3 110
Deakins, rf ...... 10 0 0
Humphreys, c .... 3 2 1 6
Hytinen, ss ...... 2 2 0 0
Bruce, cf 3 3 2 1
Tompkins, If ..... 3 110
Weigle, lb ....... 3 2 14
Peterson, p ....... 1 0 0 0
Sanchez, 3b-p .... 3 1 1 3
Totals:
28 14 8 21 6
Bulck
wui, w. cf 2
Will, J. rf ....... 2
Pernigotti, ss .... 2
Trimble, p 4
Donahue, 3b ..... 5
Sanders, c-lb .... 3
Palumbo, lb-c . 3
Morland. 2h ...... 1
Hopkins, If ...... 1
Bowers, If ........ 2
0
0

FOR RENT
Miscellaneous

FOR RENT,- Space appropriate
for office cr commercial businest
in new concrete building named
"Monterrey" on Ave. Argentina,
"El Cangreje" district. David F.
de Castro, Ave. "B'' No. 24.
Phone 2-1616
FOR SALE
Real Estate
FOR SALE: In El Valle, charm charming
ing charming 2-bedroem cottage en love lovely
ly lovely grounds in best neighborhood.
Completely furnithed and equip equipped
ped equipped at incredible bargain price
t only $6000, Wolff and Co..
5th Street No. 7-29, Phone 2-
2388.
FOR SALE: Beautiful lots at
Coronado Beach. Price from
15c. tquare meter. Make own
terms for payment. In Panama
call Eitenmann 2-4505; in Cor Coronado
onado Coronado tee Castilla.
FOR SALE: Building, consist
14 apartment all furnithed to
American families, best residen residential
tial residential district. If interested apply
Fedirico Boyd No. 1 or phono
3-1516. Motive sale, leaving for
States.
80o Of Soviet
llevs Agency Slafl
Branded As Spies
WASHINGTON. Feb. 24 (UP)
A former Red Army Intelli Intelligence
gence Intelligence officer testified today that
80 per cent of the employes of
the Soviet news agency Tass are
spies.
Former Ma J. Ismail Ege, who
defected from Communism in
1942, also told the Senate In Internal
ternal Internal Security subcommittee
that more Soviet officials would
flee to the west If the United
States would .treat them better
and help them get jobs and
quick citizenship-
Ege, who now lives in nearby
Silver Spring, Md said he was
sent t6 Berlin as a spy in 1941.
He said he was' given a false
Hntitv ns vice nresident of the
Tass Berlin bureau. He said all
the Tass workers there were
spies.
Ege said Intelligence officers
told him the Tass staff, in the
United States Is used lor espion espionage
age espionage even more extensively than
in other countries.
The subcommittee Is investi investigating
gating investigating the Spviet news agency.
Tass has 23 employes in the
United States, a Tass official
testified Tuesday.
x Hanna 1 0 0 0 0
xx Vineyard ..... 0 0 0 0 0
Totals 27 10 7 21 10
x Batted for Palumbo in 7th.
xx Ran for Hanna in 7th.
Summary: Base1 on balls off:
Trrmble 8, Paterson 3, Pabon 10,
Sanchez 6. Struck out by: Trim Trimble
ble Trimble 6, Pabon 1, Sanchez 4, Two Two-base
base Two-base hits: Trimble, 2, Bruce, San Sanchez,
chez, Sanchez, Pabon. Winning pitcher:
Sanchez. Losing pitqher: Trim Trimble.
ble. Trimble. Umpires: Cross, Messer and
Rhodes. Scorer: F. Pinto.
Score By Innings
Motta
Bulck
030 180 214
. 410 302 010
Following: is the schedule lor
the second half which opens
Monday, Feb. 27, at Coco Solito,
SECOND HALF SCHEDULE
Feb. 27, MRA vs Motta.
Feb. 28, CPO vs Buick
Feb. 29, Motta vs CPO
March 1, Bulck vs MRA
March 5, MRA vs CPO
March 6, Buick vs Motta
March 7, Bulck vs CPO
March 8, Motta vs MRA
March 12, MRA vs Buick
March 13, CPO vs Motta
March 14, CPO vs MRA
March 15 Motta vs Buick
March 19, CPO vs Buick
March 20, MRA vs Motta
March 21, Buick vs MRA
March 22, Motta vs CPO
March 26, MRA vs CPO
March 27, Bulck vs Motta.
If playoff series between flat
ana second half winners is nec necessary,
essary, necessary, games will be scheduln'l
for the first week in April. All
games are played at Coco Soiito.
Canal Zone, starting time of
tames is 4:30 p.m.
Oj Last named
O.team.
team is horn1

FOR RENT
Apartments

ATTENTION G. I.I Just built
modern furnished aportmrrft. 1,
2 bedrooms, hot, cold water.
Phone Panama 3-4941.
APARTMENT TO SUBLET for
March, April and May t reli reliable
able reliable single person or couple.
Longtime American resident'
attractively furnithed Bella Via Via-ta
ta Via-ta apartment near El Panama.
Spaciou bedroom, living-dining
room, bath, kitchen, balcony
with plant. Maid available. Pan Panama
ama Panama 3-1358.
FOR RENT: Furnithed apart apartment,
ment, apartment, one couple or two. Amer American
ican American neighbor!. 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'i room
with bath. ... Linens, dithe and
complete kitchen equipment.
Phone business hour 2-0321,
Sunday 2-3525.
FOR RENT; Available March
1st, 1956: 2-bedroom apart apartment
ment apartment unfurnished. Individual
bathroom, dining-living room,
maid'i room with bath. Phone
business hour 2-0321, Sunday)
2-3525.
FOR RENT: MODERN apart,
ment in Pueblo Nuevo, $25
monthly. Phon 3-6168, Alcidet
Garcia Correa
FOR RENT: Modern, two-bed-tjom
apartment, living dining
room, large kitchen, maid' and
laundry room, screened, hot wa water.
ter. water. For further detail please
call 3-4946, 3-6737.
FOR RENT: Spacious two-bedroom,
two-bath screened apart apartment.
ment. apartment. Living room, dining room,
garage and maid' quartan. Pri Private
vate Private entrance. Campo Alegre.
Phone Panama 3-0873.
FOR RENT: Apartment, very
comfortable, furnished, hot wa water,
ter, water, ana bedroom. Second Street
No. II. Perejil. Phone 3-0533
or 3-2694.
FOR RENT; Small furnished
apartment. Clean and comfort comfortable.
able. comfortable. Best residential section.
43rd Street No 13.
FOR RENT: Large apartment,
furnithed and unfurnished.
House 25-A, 3rd St., San Fran Francisco.
cisco. Francisco. FOR RENT: Unfurnished two two-bedroom
bedroom two-bedroom apartment 44th Street
No. 14.
FOR RENT: 3-bedroem apart apartment,
ment, apartment, all modern conveniences,
new building, hot water, garage,
' maid' quarters. Reatonably pric priced.
ed. priced. Apply 2034. 7th" Ave. Ei Eipana.
pana. Eipana. Phone 3-5692 Panama.'
FOR RENT: Apartment,- porch
and dining room, two bedrooms.
I" Street No. 26.
FOR RENT: 2-btdroom apart apartment
ment apartment unfurnit hed. Living-dining
room, all tcrened. San Francis Francisco.
co. Francisco. Phone 1464 Balboa.
FOR RENT: Furnished 1 -bedroom
modern apartment, garage.
168 Via Relisario Porta.
FOR RENT
Hooras
FOR RENT: Roam with Inde Independent
pendent Independent service and entrance.
Corner of Chile Ave. and 38th
No. 38-04.
Executives Advised
To Drop Suneslbn
Of Being Big Shols
MILWAUKEE (UP) Execu
tives were advised in conference
at Marquette- University to take
themselves less seriously ana stop
actintr like "bi shots" all the
time.
Russell Mobcrlv. Marquette Man
agement Center director, told the
conference that anxiety and ten
sion could be eased by getting- up
earlier to avoid earlv morning
rushina and takini? at least a few
minutes each mornin? to put the
feet on the desk and relax.
Dr. Donald M. Willaon said an
executive health oroaram eould
save a companv personnel and lo
of man hours. Jf recommended
a sensible over-all phvlcal rather
than short-cut test, with tmvhm
on too many lanoralor text a'i
unproved procedures, Olwity, fli;
arx-tr". hitfh blood irfure ami
hnwrl .liffkmllii' are mont row
monlv found in fcuv mn. WMnon
f&it
i( f.M th twuilvn at Hi
ronlewnte that nmny persons tr
a thmfj ttiiiv he bad ).tcu
fun !t VmieA imokfnf ifid the
fear iA (una f mrr a m ut tli5"-
lie aid rular cxinlnaiin f'n
removH f-r trMrnt tivm ymp'
tfirn wlifch rc(!tnti'"1 hmii
cancer ilis,
ll s(iiiaf1.(l filte IlliVI (it ft"?
tii., ,i:r aS f,bv tllimnOfi'
riaUrrti M'faiisa tljy r ""

RESORTS

PHILLIPS Oceentide Cottage.
Santo Clara. Bex 435, Bolbte,
fhent Panama i-1877. Cristo Cristobal
bal Cristobal 3-1(73.
Gremlich' Santa Clara Beach
Cottage. Modern convenience!
moderate rate. Phone Gamboa
0-44 1. l- .
Shrapnel'i furnithed house en
beach ot Santa CJr. Tclephn
Thompson. Balboa 1772.
Baldwin furnished apartment
t Santa Clara Beach. Telephone
Smith, Balboa 3681.
FOSTER'S COTTAGES. One mile
Mt Casino. Law rote, then
Balboa I86S.
Help Wanted
NEEDED: Good cook with raf raf-rence.
rence. raf-rence. Preferably to deep in.
Phone 3-1384.

American Student In England Sees
Monster; British Look, Find Hoax

READING, England, Feb. 24 -(UP)
An American botany stud student
ent student admitted today that he and
some schoolmates were responsible
for the latest Thames River
"monster"' scare.
. It was a hoax to publicize a stu student
dent student function at Readinc TJniversi-
ty known as "Rag Day," he said-
tierDert u. nova. 29. of London.
O., said he was one of a group of
neaumg siuaents mat convinced
London newspapers, police, the
Royal Society for the Prevention
of cruelty to Animals and thou thousands
sands thousands of British citizens that a
monster had taken no residence
in a 40-mile stretch of. the Thames
Kiver.... .,1 .. .. ,; ... v:
Jloyd even took a Dicture of
"Ihe Thing," whfch was publish
ed by the London Daily TeleeraDh.
The Ohio youth said the Dicture
.. ii ....... i. . i

wax a e i.u any ui anouier siuoeni ini1lllal t r. t

a dinghy holding a fanshaped piece
or maienarover the water.
The Daily Telegraph auoled ex-!
periSf fct the Natural History Mu-i
seum as savin? "it does not lnnk
like a mammal. It might be an
umbrella if it were not so large."
r ioya toia tne Telegraph he saw
Check Every Cigar
Box Maybe You
Can Win A Fortune
PHILADELPHIA (UP)
Michael Bender's admonition
"Check every cigar box" is
paying off in one pf the longest
sales in Lancaster county nistory.
Already three sales have dis disposed
posed disposed partially of tons of antiques,
guns, trinkets, revolvers, tools and
endless other items left by the
recluse, who died In February, 1955
Twelve rooms of his double brick
house were jammed from wall to
wall, from floor to ceiling, with
an 80-year accumulation that began
with a few inherited war relies.
David L. Lefever, a nephew, and
Parke S. Shaub, auctioneer, have
sorted and sold around 2,500 items
already, Three more sales are
planned. i .''--.-
l hope you have as much fun
disposing of this as l naa in col collecting
lecting collecting it," Bender told his nephew
some years bactc.
Scores of line'. Mike's cigar
boxes and other containers reveal
new treasures that have brought
buyers from as far as New Jersey
and New York State
Already 165 guns have been
found and sold, Twenty-five swords
and 50 bayonets have been auc
tioned. The review of war souvenirs
covers almost every field from the
arrowhead to modern grenade. But
collecting weapons was only one
interest of Bender's.

Defense Officials Weigh Question i
Of Charging Bonuses To US Govt.

WASHINGTON, Feb. 24 (UP)-
An aircraft maker said today top
defense officials are weighing the
question of whether military plane
manufacturers can charge the gov government
ernment government for bonuses they vote
themselves,
Karl R, Uhllg, vice president1 of
Glenn h, Martin Co. of Baltimore,
told House Armed Services sub sub-fommiltee
fommiltee sub-fommiltee that no final decision
has been reached yet on bonuses
voted to executives of his firm.
The mihcommlltee Is questioning
executives of major alrcialt manu manufacturer
facturer manufacturer to determine if they
iriada cxcenlvs profit on govern government
ment government contract. Korlicr wKiicmm
id the Air force last year
harmed th prtclic thiin
Urn government for' lmue.
But L'hlig, vium roinpny doe
about (i pt-f cent nl H hmnt
Willi Ida government, bM
WlKir, im lh mallei' tlill in
pt'itrtng In ''lop lvN'' of tin
ieffloat DetiBI'llitBlil.
iJllii'f tntlimony (lUcluafcil Hit

MnWiii psiij II tfinlil I'll iilficlrl
UM.UMJuJ.'.umidiit"., Lnmi''.tjL Jn
ami iA,m w l!i'4. liiiiiij tuiil
IHIiilV" hiltUM lal ti ii4

FOR RENT
House

FOR RENT: RESIDENCE en
Via Eipana, suitable for Em bat bat-y
y bat-y r large family, furnished or
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the monster in the Thames while)
carrying out "field studies of thi thistles."
stles." thistles." Today, however, he confessed
that he and fellow students first
"created" the monster Sunday. A
group of them went to London,'
called newspapers and police and
said they had seen a "monster
fish" off Westminster pier.
; The Telegraph reported that one
man said it had "an enormous
dorsal 4fin," and another that it
had "big red eyes."
The Royal Society for the Pre Prevention
vention Prevention of Cruelty to Animals sent
out a boat to make sure no one
would harm Whatever strange an animal
imal animal might be caught.
Radford Disagrees
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In Defense Dcpl.
WASHINGTON, Feb. 24 (UP)
Adm. Arthur M. Radford told Con Congress
gress Congress today that legislation to
make the Defense Department, re responsible
sponsible responsible for civil defenses
"highly undesirable.". f v
The chairman of the Joint Chiefs
of Staff said, the military forces
should devote all of their efforts
to -"defeat the enemy" if the U U-nited
nited U-nited States is attacked.
For this reason, he said it
would be a bad idea to assign
them "any additional diversiona diversionary
ry diversionary functions and responsibilities responsibilities-such
such responsibilities-such as civil defense."
Radford made the statement to
a House Military Operations sub subcommittee
committee subcommittee studying legislation to
create a civil defense branch, with within
in within the Defense Department. The
head of department, composed of
civilians, would hold a seat on the
Joint Chiefs of Staff.
- Civil defense now is handled by
an independent agency headed by
Val Peterson.
Radford conceded that the pres present
ent present program is not "adequate.''
He said that "probably none" of
the 50 major population centers
have an effective civu defense set-
.up.
Blaming n r e s e n t weaknesses
chiefly on the voluntary nature of
the program, he said there is
"tremendous capacity" for hanr
dling civil defense at state and
local levels if resources are pro properly
perly properly organized under strong fed
eral leadership.
"I feel that militay assistance
to civil defense agencies must be
rendered on a basis where armed
forces do not become so involved
or so completely responsible that
they can not be speedily redirect redirected
ed redirected intp military action against the
enemy," R,adford added.
last year but he did not know the
exact total.
Subcommittee Chairman F. Ed Edward
ward Edward Hebert (D-La.) told Uhlig
and Martin President George M.
Bunker the country must decide
whether "the government is going
to continue to ball out private com companies
panies companies ... not for profit motives,
but for the necessary security of
our country."
lie said Martin, which lost mon money
ey money after World War II, was
"broke" just before the Korean
War: )! aald the mihlie i rn.
titled to know how the govern government
ment government "rescued" the firm.
'J'eritlmony also showed that
Martin charged the government
;;ii(),D7 for travel expenses on one
1S&7 conflict, Bunker said this
would Include hotel bills', meals
and transportation for engineers.
Hubert wanted lo know if the
rvinpany et limits on rjch ex ex-ptimn,
ptimn, ex-ptimn, Bunker said there was no
fiiriimt limit but that "the rule of
thumb" wa about $13 day.
"Ho the" have filet mignon for
fjiriikfaht?" I'ed Hebert.
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Twin, 14, Confesses Slaying

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WHEELING, W. Va., Feb. 24
(UP) Thomas Williams Jr., 14-year-old
twin son of a steel steel-worker,
worker, steel-worker, has confessed the "two-

by-four" slaying of cud scout

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HOLLYWOOD (NEA). The
understudy who replaced the star
always became a star in those
wartime backstage filmusicals fea featuring
turing featuring Ruby "K eeler, 'Eleanor
Powell, Ann Miller and Betty Gra Gra-ble.
ble. Gra-ble. AifMHtali ft
' It happened srt .6fteh! the public
finally screamed:
' "Quit tho kidding and givt ut
realism.""
So now it's realism on the screen.
But behind the screen in Holly Hollywood
wood Hollywood today is the darndest story,
vou ever heard of an understudy
becoming a star.
Script writers had nothing to do
with it. ... .. . j
It really happened to impish,;
red-haired Shirley MacLaine, Not
once but twice.
Youv won Shirley of the dim dimpled
pled dimpled cheeks, turned up nose and
elfin nature with Dean Martin and
Jerry Lewis in "Artists and Mod Models."
els." Models." You've seen her on TV's
"Shower of Stars.!' And you'll be
seeing hep again as the star of
Alfred Hitchcock's "The Trouble
With Harry," and in Mike Todd s
'Around the World in 80 days."
Shirley, who mugs like Jerry
Lewis, was a specialty dancer and
Carol Haney's understudy in the
Broadway hit, "Pa jama Game."..
Movie producer Hal Wallis came
to see the 'show, and Carol, on its
third night. But it was the night
Carol broke her ankle and Shirley
MacLaine went on instead.
That's whtn it happtntd for
rtal.
Wallis Signed Shirley, the under under-gludy,'
gludy,' under-gludy,' to a movie contract.
-Shirley wasn't Betty Grable's un understudy,
derstudy, understudy, but Betty's illness won
Shirley another break. This time it
was for a big TV show,Shower of
"fit&rs
At the last minute Betty can cancelled
celled cancelled out.
Once again Shirley MacLaine re replaced
placed replaced a star.
A broken ankle on Broadway and
the illness of a movie star in Holly Hollywood
wood Hollywood background for movie and
TV stardom.

Dancer, sinner, actre

MacLaine of Richmond

and a pixie. While working with
Anita Ekbcrg, Dorothy Malone and

Eva Gabor in Artists ana Mod Models,"
els," Models," she quipped about, herself: 1
;."Thy mako mo fool liko Jobn
Wayno."
She's the daughter of Ira 10.
Beaty, a former musician and
band leader, and the former Kath Kath-lyn
lyn Kath-lyn MacLean, who once acted and
taught dramatics at Maryland Col College.
lege. College. .: '"
At three, Shirley was taking bal ballet
let ballet lessons. In hig school she was
a cheerleader. In 1950 she was an
unkndwn in New' York, eating lu lucent
cent lucent meals at the automats while
hoofing and singing in the chorus
of several shows, including "Okla "Oklahoma!"
homa!" "Oklahoma!" "Kiss Me Kate,' and "Me
and Juliet."
Thin camo "Pajama Game"
and Carol Haney's broken ankle.
While in the show Shirley met
Steve Parker, a young New, York
actor-director who became her
manager and then her husband.
They were married in 1954. Now
they live at Malibu Beach, where
Steve is founding a little theater
while Shirley cavorts in the movies
and on TV.
Until now You've seen Shirley
clowning it up in the song-and-dance
department. But in "The
Trouble With Harry," she plays a
straight dramatic role of a young
doll suspected of poisoning her hu
band. 1 ,
When Shirley first arrived in Hol Hollywood,
lywood, Hollywood, she was advised to diet.
But she exercised and massaged
instead. Without actually losing
weight, she says she reduced her herself
self herself from size 14 to size 9.
As Shirley explains it:
"I just rearranged the muscles."
SOUPED UP JOB

PORTLAND, Me. (UP) Po

lice receive a complaint from
Harold Martin that every night fori
a week someone had poured to

mato soup all over his car.

When a defender is given the
chance to overrun:, it ish c aiways
wise lor him to uo so. If he has
pauence, he may get i two tricks
later instead ot just one. An
unusual illustration of this princi principle
ple principle is given in today's hand.;
West opened the king of spades,
and Kasi signalled ior a continua

tion by piaying the .nine. West

obediently continued with the ace
of spades, and East completed his

signal by, dropping his six of

spades." . .
The "high-low" in spades asked
West to keep up the good work,
so he continued with tne jack ot
spades. Declarer ruffed in dummy

with the jack of hearts, and bast
discarded instead of overruffing.
Now East was bound to make
two trump tricks. South eventually
finessed the queen of hearts, and

East took the king. East returned

his low trump ; to dummy's ace,

after which the' ten of hearts was

good for the setting trick.

Had East overruffed when the
third spade was led. South would
have make this king of hearts

then instead of later, but he would

not have won a trick with the ten.
South would win .any return and
would draw the rest of the trumps
with dummy's ace and queen. -If
you are given the chance to

overruff. one simple test will

David Powell, the boy s auor auor-npv
npv auor-npv revealed today.

William Callahan said 'tnomas

gave him a "lull statement

which cleared me suspects i

dentical twin, Joseph, of any
mint.. The attorney said the boy

told him "he didn't know why he

did it."

. Thp confession came on the

nf thft Williams twins' ar

ralgnment today on a murder
charse. Thev were indicted by

the Ohio County Grand Jury

Tuesday. I
"Tommy just up and told us, i
Callahan said. "We had been
questioning him last night and
he just up and told us."
The attorney said he asked
the twin why he killed the
nine-year-old Cub Scout. "I
don't'know why," Tommy re replied.
plied. replied. Callahan said Tommy told
him the slaying occurred Feb. 9
ln the half-cellar beneath the
porch of the Williams home.
David's body was found the
next morning- His head ws
split open by blows from a piece
of two-by-four board. A blood bloodstained
stained bloodstained brick also was found
nearoy.
The bov had failed to return
home after, canvassing neigh

bors' homes selling tickets to a
Cub Scout benefit show.
The Williams twins were mem member
ber member of a "Dieeon-killing" club

They mounted the birds' wines
as trophies and chopped off
their heads to demonstrate

"braverv."

Callahan, who did not disclose
details of the actual slaying,
said Tommy "showed no emo

tion at all"' after confessing.
"After all. he's only a 14-year

old boy. Once he admitted it,
that was enough for us," the

attorney said.
If the case had gone to trial,
he boy could have received the
death penalty.
; The Williams twins were ar arrested
rested arrested two days after the Pow Powell
ell Powell boy's body was discovered.
They became "hot suspects"
when a knife owned by Tommy
was found under the bodv and
a pair of blood-stained dunga dungarees
rees dungarees and a can were found In
the Williams home. Police said
the dungarees and cap also be belonged
longed belonged to. Tommy.
Throughout their detention
the twins maintained their in innocence.
nocence. innocence. They passed the time
by readini? comic books and
solving jig saw puzzles. Last
nidht Tommy asked to see Cal Callahan
lahan Callahan and made his statement

WASHINGTON, Feb. 24 (UP)-

A woman attorney who formerlyl
represented the National Labor re relations
lations relations Board before the Supreme
Court was ordered held under sub sub-pena
pena sub-pena today until she can face the
man who called her a Comm inist.
The House Committee on Un-American
Activities took the action

after the woman, Mrs. Ruth Wey Wey-and
and Wey-and Perry, denied under oath that
she is or ever was a Communist.
She also said "I never knowingly
associated with anyone I knew to
be a Communist."
Victor Perio, who has been ac

cused of being the leader of an

underground espionage group of

former government employes, ? in invoked
voked invoked the 'Fifth Amendment and
refused to a n s w e r committee
questions about the charge.

Mrs. Perry was accused of
Communist membership by Her Herbert
bert Herbert Fuchs, former NLRB attor attorney,
ney, attorney, when he testified before tho
committee in Chicago last De December.
cember. December. Mrs, PerYy said no one ever ac

cused her of being a Red "prior
to the time my interracial mar

riage became public in 1950." She

said she has been active in the
National Lawyers Guild, the
NLRB Lawyers Union, the Chica Chicago
go Chicago Civil Liberties Union and the
Washington Bookshop.
Committee Chairman Francis
E, Walter (D-Pa.) said Mrs. Per Perry
ry Perry would remain under subpena
and be recalled for further tes testimony
timony testimony when both she and Fuchs
can appear. Ha set no data.
Mrs. Perry refused to give the
committee any documents or in information
formation information concerning 1 o y a 1 1 y
charges against her when she
worked for the NLRB between
1938 and 1950.
She said "I wrote to President
Eisenhower and. ."
."We know about that," Walter
interr opted.
"Are you declining to produce

tho statements requested in your

subpona?" asked committee
counsel Richard Arens.
"I'm obeying the orders of the
President of the United States,"
Mrs. Perry replied, "and am fol'
lowing advice of counsel."

She told The United Press later
she wrote Mr. Eisenhower Feb. 14
notifying him of the subpena and
asking whether she should supply
the loyalty hearing information re

quested. Under a presidential or

der, she said, such information

cannot be disclosed without the ex express
press express consent of the chief execu

tive.

Mrs." Perry said she received a

reply this morning from Gerald
D. Morgan, special counsel to the
President. He said in a telegram
that "the questions that you ask
of the President. . are questions
that you will have to determine
for yourself."

Salvation Army
Holds Public
Meeting In Colon

In connection with its annual

Halibethan Church;
To Observe 14th
Anniversary

The 14th anniversary of the

congress. The Salvation Army is founding of the Halibethian

holddng a public meeting tomor- Churches of God in Panama and

in its 14th Street

row at 8 p in

Hall, Colon.
Chairman for the occasion will
be Rev. David A. Morgan, and
speakers will include R. W. Wcise
Jr. (U.S. Consul), Eduardo Lanu Lanu-za
za Lanu-za (acting Mayor of Colon). Les Les-leigh
leigh Les-leigh H. Davis (president, Cristobal-Colon
Rotary Club). Lt. Com

missioner f, W. Sanfiplls. Territo- .V'1-'

,;i ,,,.1 'i.,.,:.. hnson as

X lOl Will III 41 llUt I VCUL1 1 nuitllVH

the Canal Zone will be observed at
the Druids Lodge Hall Sunday Feb February
ruary February 26th at 2:30 p.m.
The Mount Halibeth Christian,
Church was organized by Bistrap
Reginald Theo. Rhoden-Jamesr--
The world headquarters is local local-ed
ed local-ed in Queen Village, New York,

l N.Y., with Bishop Homer A. Tom-

general overseer. lie

and West Indies Area, will

be one of the speakers.

also;

recently completed a tour through.

Europe.

A special program is being tro-

A highlight of the Program will' n sPe"a'P"8rms' e'"
be the presentation to Dr. Harry,?", nfor.nthe ocaii on AU "ah "ah-Eno
Eno "ah-Eno of The Salvation Army'. Or- ftun. in th Republic of Pana,

der or distinguished Auxiliary

Service, authorized by Gen. Wil Wilfred
fred Wilfred Kitching, The Army's inter

national leader.

Music will be

ma and the Canal Zone and okhr
sister churches are invited.. f

sters and Mrs. Lena Adams (nl-

supplied by The tar solos) and Mrs. S Captains

Salvation Army band and song- Hodgson and Moonsawmy (dueU

If you want Bourbon at its best call for

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whisky.

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CHEYENNE, Wyo. (UP) A
total of 25 ounces of gold and 16
ftiinci s nf silver wre mined in

usually tell you whether or not to! Wyoming during 1955. All of the

do so. If your trump is otherwise

worthless, take your trick. If your
trump will be good for a trick
later on,' it will often be wise to
let the trick go.

metal was produced from cleanup
of the cvanidation mill of the
Pioneer Carissa Mines. Inc.. in

Fremont County.. The gold yielded
$16.'

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Kohnke, 28, and her five children wait with their belongings on the snow-covered
sidewalk. A housing project spokesman said the family fell in arrears in rent. Mrs.
Kohnke's husband, Albert, is in jail awaitirig a trial on an armed robbery charge.

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by two bandits, who held him and four other members of his family as hostages in
their home while a third bandit robbed a supermarket of $50,000. Richard's father,
William, who is the manager of the store, was forced to reveal the safe's combination.

HELP HER WALK Four-year-old Clara Jo Proudfoot is the
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waukee Milwaukee county, Wisconsin.
The group invited 300 human

guests and a number of tame
animals toV a fund-raising
drive for new Milwaukee zoo.

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baby elephant, had to stay
downstairs in. the hotel lobby h
because the freight elevator f

couldn't hold her. At the din dinner,
ner, dinner, the leopard knocked over
some water glasses and the
kinkajous (related to rac raccoons)
coons) raccoons) romped across the
dinner table. ?. Some of the
animals belonged to John Cu Cu-noe,
noe, Cu-noe, Jr., and Robert Hillmer.
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Moras will euniuct a tour of the the-.r;il.
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t oark at the toot of ili hill
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sessions of the Mower near the entrance to the garden,
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Gamboa Women's Club's
Hawaiian Program
Card Party Tonight
Cardona; renowned pianist, ; and Balboa Y.M.C.A.-U.S.O. drew peo- tars.;
she is the pianist for the duo. Jbsi-Pte irom wiuciy scn.u-nii coimuu- oe!:ui-r classes will be lieid on
Rose is aNo an accomplished pia
ni!ies as thorrcra. Arraijnn, vri vri-tobal
tobal vri-tobal and Panama.
Uih1;iv at which time "basis rule
Ihe Gamboa tv omens LJuo
s nist, as well as organist, the plans
of design and color harmonv wil
having a card party tonight that to further her. musical career
will be featured by" an elaborate, when she majors n Music Educa Educa-Hawaiian
Hawaiian Educa-Hawaiian program. ition at Florida State University.-
The party starts at 7:30 and ad admission
mission admission is SI. I
.All members of the clas. their be itkc -d. lei) 2bi h i the u u-families
families u-families and friends arc invtlel to nat dale ir-. registration lor ti.
visit Morgan's Garden on Sunday, current com so.

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Sadie Hawkins Dance Tonight
At Albrook Officers' Club

A "Sadie Hawkins dance is on

the Albrook Officers' Club calen calendar
dar calendar at 9 p.m. Appropriate music

will be furnished by the "Sil

houettes and Western Band."

Decorations will lend a Dot-

patch air, and there will be games
and prizes. The badie Hawsins

race will be a leap year feature.
This dance is' being sponsored by
the Officers' Wives' Club. Helen
Shea is in charge of the arrange arrangements,
ments, arrangements, and her assistant arc Bet Betty
ty Betty Gilderslceve and Dottie Stovail

Teeth are vital to beauty and this is one place where the early

nan pays on. Kid should be taught and encouraged to do it
-correctly. Each family member should have at least two brushes
in service, some dentists say more. Different colors tor morning
and night (left) help a youngster keep things straight. A child

learns by watching (center), so be sure your dentist approves
your technique when you come to teach. This young lady (right
knows how to do it. She places the bristles of the brush pointing
toward the roots of the teeth. Then she rotates the brush so
bristles sweep only the way the teeth-grow. j

BY ALICIA HART
NEA Beauty Editor
A good smile is a great factor
In beauty. And, unlike hair, which
replaces itself if it is shabby in
childhood, teeth are in for good.
Even milk teeth ar vital, since
they effect the health of the per permanent
manent permanent ones under them.
So good teeth is one part of
beauty where the early start
counts. A parent should under undertake
take undertake this iob with as much care

and knowledge as she undertakes 'brushing surface and a head suf-

education about crossing streets. I ficiently small to permit access to

up. Some dentists recommend a. pleasant brushing for the indivi- A brush should be replaced as

different brush for each daily

brushing, but practically no den dentist
tist dentist recommends less than two. A
child (and you, too) can be aid aided
ed aided by different handle colors on
the brushes for morning and
night.-.-
The brush dealer who comes to
your door recognizes this and off offers
ers offers boxes of three in different colors.

A good brush should have a flat

dual. soon as "it. jet frizzy looking or
If you're not sure about, your, the bristles get loose. A good sup sup-own
own sup-own brushing technique, get your i ply in the home eliminates, the
dentist to demonstrate if for you; use of an ineffectiv brush, even

and your cniid. tor a day

A semiannual checkup should

start when the child is three, ac according
cording according to most dentist. They
should get the best care available
and if the dentist has material on

good diet for proper .teeth, this

First the chewing surfaces

should be brushed. Then place the

bristles of the brush pointing to-:

ward tne roots oi the teeth. Then
rotate the brush so that the bris bristles
tles bristles sweeu down (or ud. on the

lower teeth) over the Bums andishould be read and utilized

teeth in the direction the teeth I Many an adult feels sorry that!

grow. This brushes food particles his parents didnt help nine to.

the gums and! have good teeth when it was stiU

"Y" Show Features
Harnttt and Dunn,
And "J. C. Duo"
A stage show will be presented
tomorrow evening at 9:30 in the
Balboa YMCA-USO. The show will
be given in conjunction with the
Saturday night orchestra dance
for servicemen and members of
the Girls Service Organization who
attend the weekly dances.
Harnett and Dunn, well known
professional dancers and teachers,
and the members of the "J. C.
Duo" will appear.
Miss Mildred Dameran and Miss

Rose, the young ladies of the "J.
C. Duo," were born in the Canal
Zone and have been recognized as
top-notch performer in many
shows, concerts and programs in
the United States, Panama and
Canal Zone.
.Miss Lameran studies with Leo

Opposition Seeks

al

out, and not into

tsrusning aner every meai is an sunaces oi me lecm. ine size spaces ueiween ine xeetn. j. nere j possioie. so starting eany ana ne-i '': f lJ 1
important. If you and your child and texture of the brush material j is no scrubbing up and down in ing a good example may be vital :f If (lAVI I rmnlflrltS
dn this tocether. the hahit will i should be selctcd individually for correct brushinff. iust a nne-wavito vour later relationshios to vouriVi VVlli VHIIiiiMUIV

come easy as the youngster grows i the safest, most effective a ndi brush away from the

a one-gums.

child.

Adenauer's Coalition Totters;
Free Democratic Party Splits

SOME TIME FOR SELFISH
PLEASURE IS A NECESSITY
Question for housewives: What
did you do today or nlan to do

BONNrGermany,. Feb. 2 (UP)! phalian state government and cost tomorrow simply for your own
Chancellor Konrad Adenauer's; AHonanpr his neeessarv maioritv pleasure and enjoyment? :

three-party government coalition in (ho innor house. Don't feel smuir if your honest

was crumbling today because ofi ... .' '. '-''answer is "Nothing at all. I am so

a split .in the tree -Democratic V'e vs"""8.--u V 1 f T
Party, his largest ally.- test against Adenauer s Motatila-
Indications were he. would' e- rin leadership and sai .they

merge trom the crisis with a 'f"1,1 "WV""?" ",B ,f-y-v

sharply reduced majority in par

liament. The single bright spot

was the fact the deputios remain remaining
ing remaining loyal would, give .him a more
iolid if smaller government front.
The 80-year-old Chancellor call called
ed called a meeting today of his own
party, the- christian Democrats,
to discuss the developments which
cost him his two-thirds majority
in the Bundestag (lower house).
The meeting was called origi originally
nally originally to decide whether to oust the
Fre Democrats from his Cabinet
because of their revolt against him
earlier this week when they over overthrew
threw overthrew the pro-Adenauer govern government
ment government irij the key state of north
Rhine-Westphalia.
Yesterday the Free Democrats
themselves split wide open. Six Sixteen
teen Sixteen deputies of the 48 -.deputy
group walked out on their party

leadership in a demonstration of

loyalty to 'Adenauer.
The revolt was .led- by August
Martin Euler, a powerful, temper temperamental
amental temperamental speaker' who has been
one of the most prominent mem members
bers members of the Bundestag and always
a 100 per cent supporter of Ade Adenauer.
nauer. Adenauer. ..-
Their walkout was in protest a a-gainst
gainst a-gainst the .revolt by, Rightist. Free
Democrats in Duesseldorf which

When you leav your tele

phone number for someone to
call, be sure to leave your name,
also. One busy executive says he
makes it ff flat rule never to call
a number unless the person who
asks him to call leaves his name.
No one likes to play the guess guessing
ing guessing game of calling a number,

overthrew the North Rhine-West- not know.'ng who will-answer,

thelcss the .action was, s u c h a
sharp challenge to Adenauer's
leadership it could not be ignored

and the split followed

S3L..JUtE FRIENDS

busy doing things for the other

members of the family I don't

have any time for myself

There are a number of good. rea

sons why a housewife 1 needs to"

save a little of her time 'and

energy for her own pleasure:

The first is that a woman who
allows herself to' become a 'slave
doesn't give herself any chance to

grow. A woman should develop her
own personality and broaden her

own life.

HELPFUL HINTS
By United Prats

To prevent buttonholes from rav raveling
eling raveling in sheer material, -rub the
area with moist soap and allow to
dry before cutting.

Let a chicken that's been dipped!

into boiling water steam for a few
minutes in a paper bag before
picking. The smallest pin feathers
then will Come out without trouble.
y Next time you. plan a tomato
juice cocktail as an opening cburse
for I meal, add a dash of powder powdered
ed powdered dry mustard. It perks up the
bland juice.- -""--' ' i
Before laundering a, cardigan
sweater, sew buttonholes together
to keep them from stretching out
of shape.

The second is that families grow
selfish and unappreciati ve if the

wife and mother of the family al

ways puts their demands and their

interests ahead of her own. She is
bound to do it a good part of the

time. She shouldn't do it all the
time. : -- ;
The third reason is that if she
doesn't have some time for herself
she is sure to begin feeling like a

martyr. This covers the wife who
complains to her husband that ihe

children have been little demons
all day. Also the one who feels

sorry for herself because her lifftf-

ls dreary and unrewarding. And
they are the ones who think they

are being unselfish by never think
ing of themselves.

How much better u is for a
woman to have a little healthy

selfishness, enough to make sure
that she does some of the things
she wants to do, than for her to

give up everything for her family

and then grow bitter when her self-

m nRpnnnnn

you mate

every timaj

There's not a woman- who's tried Aunt
Jemima Pancake Mix who didn't please her herself
self herself (and family) with these light and fluffy,
golden-brown pancakes; V
Really . it's 10 EASY Yt'i and' result arc'
wonderful. Aunt Jemima does teo things for
you. First, most of the work it eliminated.
.You make pancakes the modern quick way ;
with Aunt Jemima. And when you folio the
simple instructions earefully.-off your griddle
come the moat appetizing, smooth-textured
pancakes you could imagine. ;" ;
So be a better cook . and get lota of com compliments.
pliments. compliments. Buy Aunt Jemima Pancake Mix
today and turprUe EVERYBODY tomorrow!

lessness Jsn't appreciated.'
Happy, light-hearted ( women
aren't drudges. They are- women
who. believe that their needs and
interests are just as important as

those of others in the family. t
. rru ... 1 1 .1 1 : .l

happiness as the days and years'
go by. They are far more likely to ;
make thtir families happy thanl
are self-sacrificing women who get i
little joy out of living.

SAN SALVADOR, Feb. 24 (UP)
Four opposition parties asked the
National Assembly today to dis disqualify
qualify disqualify the government's candidate
for El Salvador's March 4 presid

ential election.
Julio E. Jimenez, attorney for

the opposition groups, told the
country's single-house Congress
that the inscription of Jose Maria
Lcmus as candidate of the Revd-i
lutionary Partv of Democratic Uni-;
fication (PRUD) should be cancel-i

led on the grounds that the Sal Salvadorean
vadorean Salvadorean nationality of his fath father
er father cannot be proved and that his
mother was a citizen of Honduras.
Four opposition parties united
around a single presidential can candidate
didate candidate Col. Rafael Carranza A A-maya.
maya. A-maya. The three other candidates
nominated by the individual par-i
ties withdrew in favor of Carran-i
za Amaya. , .' i
The four-party agreement prov-,
ides that if Carranza Amaya is
elected he would set up a coali coalition
tion coalition government with represents-i
fives of all foir parties.

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Apart from giving your garments a "like-

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Colt Goes Against Tough
Group Of C Thoroughbreds
In 7 F urlong $ 65 0 Sprint

The Stud 23's classy f our-year-old grey colt Grey
Juan will attempt to make it three consecutive tri triumphs
umphs triumphs tomorrow afternoon when he goes against
fix other Class C imported thoroughbreds in the fea featured
tured featured $65C seven-furlong sprint at the Juan Franco
race track.

The British-bred son of Vilmor-ied on a program that will get a
in-Juanita II has been an impres-jbusy weekend underway. Sunday
give winner his last two times out! the "qualifying" races for the

acainst strone fields of E and D March 11 $7,500 added six-and-one

htrca. This tima Knw.f half fiirlnncy Frsnrisrn Arias Pa

Juan Franco Graded Entries

PJ. Borse

Jockey WiL

COMMENT

ODDS

Fire Rice "P Imported 1 MilePurte $375 00 Pool Cloiei 12:45
FIRST RACE OF THE DOUBLE

2nd Race "H-l" Imported 7 Fat Furs $400.00 Fool Ciostt 1:15

SECOND RACE OF THE 00UBLE

imnorted horses

c VC1 1 xjc nui ptHvu .......
much stronger field than any he
has already faced.
Among the scheduled starters
re such stalwarts as former top top-notcher
notcher top-notcher Barge Royal, speedy Per Persiflage,
siflage, Persiflage, stout-hearted Begonia and
the ever dangerous Cachafai. Chi Chi-vilingo,
vilingo, Chi-vilingo, and Topocalma round out
the list of seven entries.
Alfredo Vasquez, the t r a c k's

leading rider, will once more be
aboard the little grey colt. Grey
Juan will be asked to tote 113
tiounds. Only Cachafaz,' 115, will

mrrv more. Begonia eets in un

Apt the feather of 105. Hustling

Manuel Ycaza will guide Cacha-

faz while Raul Gamero will hand

je Begonia s reins.
T.uifaaa nna tt thai mnt Sill

cessful of the recent additions to

me juan rranco iames, iuwu

resume his winning ways here.
He has been assigned 112 pounds
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win nave xne peneui ui ous n-
trtiirro'a .handliriff.

rjiiioan, are 'Fernando Alvarez.

anoarenllv snapping out the bad

slump that has plagued him since
his return from his homeland, will
. 1 1 4A

be aboara Barge noyai uuuer xu
T.nneshnts ToDOcalma and Chivi

lineo will be ridden by Hector

Ruiz and Jorge Phillips, respectiv respectively.
ely. respectively. Both horses will carry 108
pounds;
Cachafaz, an Impressive second
behind the vastly improved Blake Blake-and
and Blake-and Persif'laee are expected

to give Grey Juan a hard fight
all the way. Some "experts" even
expect Grey Juan to taste defeat
on this occasion.
Eleven other races are includ-

redes Classic will be run.

1v

1 Black Gold
2 Gonzaea

3 G. Wonder
4 Tom Collins

5 D. Duchess

6 Amin Didl

7 Vedette

8 Westow

9 Granero

A. Vergara 109x Distance to liking
J. Jimenez 107x Racing to good form
A. Vasquez 113 Form indicates
F. Godoy 105x Longshot with chance
G. Montero lOlx Distance handicaps
J. Phillips 110 Could get up here
M. Hurley 115 Would pay nice odds
O. de Leon 102x Rates fair chance
S. Carvajal 115x Usually unpredictable

10-1
2- 1
3- 2
10-1
8-1

31
5-1
10-1
3-1

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PACIFIC LITTLE LEAGUE
Second Half Standings

. K. Flores 118 First out of gates 10-1
G. Sanchez 110 .Dubious ride last 2-1
M. Ycaza 108 Improving steadily 3-2
A, Vasquez 115 Rider could help 1 8-1
O. de Leon 112x Hot tip in last 8-1

V. Castillo 118 Will fight it out 2-1

JJ Phtlllns 1in Start cnulil rfprirt S.l

8 (Dofia Beatriz H Rni. 1 in .Will fiuht It ..tit ?.1

9 (Discovery F. Godoy 109x Must to lower 2-1

1 Saiustlo

2 Riscal

3 Cascador
4 Alminar ;
5 Marianlna
6 M. Mason

7 Espagirico

Won Lost Pet

Elks 1414 1 0
Lincoln Life ..... 1 0
Gibraltar Life .... 0 0
Spur Cola 0 0
Seymour Agency .. Q 1

Police o 1

1.000

1.000

ATLANTIC LITTLE LEAGUE

(Standings Feb. 22)
. W L
Coco Solo Braves ..9 0
Police Pals 6 3
Mutual of Omaha ..4 5

.000 Paao

Pirates 2 8

.000
.000
.000

3rd R.c ."f" Natiyci 7 F91. Pur
ONE-TWO

$275.00 Pool Cloii 1:45

B. Aguirre 118 Should beat these
V. narfrt 1H Rin (Inn in lat

G. Montero HOx Rider only handicap

M. Ycaza 113 Showing improvement
F. Godoy 112x Racing to best form

1;. igiesias 108 Has strong finish

1 Lady Edna
2 Ika

3 Arranauin

4 Sherry Time

a tnon

6 Baadad

7 Panchita S. Carvajal 112x -Returns from layoff
8 Cara de Sapo V. Brown 113 Could repeat here

4th Rjc. "H" Natives

6V1 F9i.Puri $27'5.00
QUINIELA

Fool Cloici

1 Papa Rorra B. Aguirre 110 Could make it now
2 Enriqueta R. Gamero 107 Nothing recently
3 Lft Patnnnnlnl T PhllHne lin Wnnlri n nff

yr ..... w, .... 110 a i u r j v
4 Volador C. Ruiz 110 Rates fair chance

& Don Popo F. Hidalgo 110 -Form indicates

C. Iglesias 106 Should be close up
G. Montero 97x Lightweight helps

6 Protrin

7 Sirena

3-2

15-1

3-1

4-1
3-1
2-1

10-1
4-1

V

2:20

2-1

10-1

15-1

5-1

3-2
3-1
3-1

FAMOUS TORERO World
famous Spanish matador Luis
Miguel Dominguln Is sched scheduled
uled scheduled to arrive here Tuesday
for what will probably be the
most outstanding "corrida" to
V ViaIH at T.a Mnrnrpna hnll-

yj w. h w
rlnw nnmincuiTi Is scheduled

to alternate with another fa

mous matador, AJionso tuaie tuaie-sero)
sero) tuaie-sero) Ramirez,' against four
full-grown Mexican pure-bred
' bulls.

5th nc, '' Native. 6V2 F.i.Puru $275.00 Poo! Cloi 2:55

p

INVITES YOU TO ATTEND THE

2nd AKIIUAL EL PAIIAMA
IIIVITATIOIIAL TEIHI1S TOURIIAMEIIT
- Mixed Doubles
; Men'f Singles Men's Doubles
Admission: 50c. nightly except finals ($1.)
. ; TONICHT at 7 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 .Panatfia International Tennis Tournament
; Feb. 29 March 5 at El Panama)

Snacks from nur barbecue and
drinks anld during the tournament
at moderate price

A Klrkeby Hotel

1 Uvuviiv

2 Folletito
3 Avlspa
4 Redondita
5 Curazalena
6 Biscaya

6th

C. Iglesias 113 -Better each time out
O. Miranda llOx-Not against these
G. Montero 102x Usually disappoints
S. Carvajal lOlx Improving slowly
V. Brown 117 No. 1 contender
F. Godoy lllx Excluded from betting

even
10-1
4-1
3-1
3-2

XXX

Lincoln Life 5, Police 4
The old adaee "the ball eame

Is never over until the last man
Is out" was proven again at the
Little League Park Tuesday
when the Lincoln Lifer's won
the ball game from the Police In
the bottom of the last Inning by
a score of five to four.

GB
5

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6
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The Police nine scored two
runs In the first inning on two
hits and a walk. In the second

they added another two runs

wnen me .iwo ieaa on batters rnnnr i7

""a' v"iiv n Jii a
bunt single by Ash ton. For the

resi or tne game the "Coppers"
were held scoreless by the pitch pitching
ing pitching Of W. French hopfe-Krt

U - v WJ WIBVUV")

guuu support, Dy nis team at-1 BiaJKowskl, c

tnougn in two or tne remain ne uornn. lb

four innings they were able tJ.Karpinski, ss

advance a man as far as third.

The Police Pals tightened their

grip on second place, when they
overcome a 10 run lead to de defeat
feat defeat the Pirates 12 to 11 in a
game played Monday afternoon.
The Pals put across 4 runs In
the bottom of the sixth to clinch

the contest. ...

Batting stars nf the Hav were

Tommle Drohan with 4 for 5
and Keith Kenway with three
hits In three times at bat. Bial-

kowsm, cmn and Hulka each
had two hits.
The Winning nitrh pr woe

Keith Kenway, the loss being

cnarged to Ray Scheidegg.
The box score:

Police Pals AB R

Carpenter, c, 2b 3 2

4 2
.........1 0
........ .1 2
V........0 0
3 3
1 0
.........3 1

.........4
...0

Orr, 3b

Egger, 3b
Jongbloed, ;
Kenway. r

Bratton, 2b

Leon, ss

Deakins, cf
Kleefkins, cf
Park, rf

I Smith, rf

Totals
Pirates

SChin, If

Rce "H-2'' Imported 7 Fgi.Punt $400.00 Pool Cloiei

nnji kali Or. THE DOUBLE
1- Hurlecano S. Carvajal 117x -Usually close up
2- Newbrighton O. de Leon 103x-Until rains return
f2?T-il P' A1varez 115 -Has beaten better
4 F.1 Regalo g. Sanchez 118 -Racing to top form
5- Don Danl C. Ruiz 118 -Would pay nice odds
5SPr V: Castillo 113 -Vastly improved

! Windsor G. Mohtfero 103x Surpised in last

CUU"1U neves 112 uouio: take it all
10-Don Goyo A. Vasquez 113 -Back in best shape

3:35

4-1

30-1

3-2

' 3-1
10-1
5-1

4-1
8-1

1 4-1

2-1

7th R "I" ImporteJ 6Vi Fgt Pur,. $550.00 Pool Clo... 4 0$
SECOND RACE OF THE DOUBLE

1 TCTazi
2 Mayflower
3 Onda Real
4 Postinovich
5 Tony
6 Elko
7 Barlyon

C. Ruiz 120 Goes wide on turns
F, Alvarez 110 -Spring distance helps
F. Hidalgo 115 -Could repeat here
M. Ycaza 108 Rates good chance
H. Ruiz 106 Gone completely sour
B. Aguirre 115 -Weak-hearted -quitter
A. Vasquez 115 Reportedly improved

15-1

2- 1
3- 2

4-1
25-1
2- 1
3- 1

8th Rice "A-B" Native! 7 Foi.Pur,. $375.00
QUINIELA

Pool Cloiei J:40

1 Nacho
2 La Enea
3 Tingat
4 Yosikito
5 (Petlte
6 (Don Grau
7 Daniel)
8 Naranjazo)

9th Race "G"

P. Alvarez 109 Big disappointment
H. Reves 120 Not readv yet
G. Sanchez 115 -Form indicates
.F. Godoy 121x Depends on present form
O. de Leon 104x Start could decide
R. Gamero 105 Aoparently outclassed
B. Aguirre 120 Was never better
A. Vergara 11 lx Recent revelation

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S.S. "CI10LUTECA' Feb. 11
S.S. "FRA BERLANGA" .v, ; March 1
S.S. "LIMON'' .................................March U
S.S. "CANDIDO" ............................... March U
S.S. METAPAN" March 19
S.S. "COMAYAGUA" t March 26
Weekly sailings of fwelve passenger ships to New
York, New Orleans, l.os Angeles, San Francisco
and Seattle.
Special round trip fares from Cristobal to New
York, Los Angeles, San Francisco and Seattle.
To New York ..... J........ $240.00
To Los Angeles and San Francisco ....$270.00
To Seattle ...................... .$365.00

TELErHCr.TS:

CRISTOBAL 2121

PANAMA 2-2904

Imported 1 MilePuno) $450.00 Pool Clow

1 Ponton K. Flores 110 -Lacks finishing kick
Nesscllffe J. Gontrora 112 -Must imnrovp mor

. ,',x,prmcess Sdnchez 110 -Has strongest finish

0. Jimenez iuvx iNotning to indicate
F. Hldalo lis Distance mav hamper
E, Orteea 108 Prefers short races
E. Dario 105 -Early speed onlv
A. Vasquez 115 Better this week
F. Alvarez 113 Should be close up
H. Ruiz 113 -Will fight it out

4 Tilama

5 Pugilist
8 Emp. 'Maelc
7 Lazv Brook
8 Gena?arito
9 Orn. Star
10 King

3-1
15-1
even
15-1
3-1
3-1
3-2
3-2

5:15
10-1
8-1
3-1
. 15-1
5-1
10-1
201
3-2
3-1
21

I Oth Race "D" Imported MilePiine $600.00 Pool Cloiei 5:40

1 Bradomtn
2M. J?tiirdn

3 Lifeboat

4 Donnv Boy
5 Fuerte
ViicanizPdo
7 Febrero II

S. Carvalal 105x Could score in upset
B. Aeuirre 11 -Should take this one
F. Alvarez 105x Poor recent rtces
A. Ubidla 10t -Would pav off
O. de T eon jonr Early soeed nnW
3. Jimenez lOSx Has strong finish
G. Sanchez 115 Back in best form

11th Race ''C" Imported 7 Fgi. Purs $650.00 Pool Cloiei.

1 ToDOcalma v H. Ruiz 108 Pan well in return
, "rev Juan A.'Vasouez 113 -Gets real test here
3 Bepop'a R Gfmero US PouH get un here
4 Pftchafnz M. Ycaza 115 No. 1 contenHer
"BarfP Royal F. Aivnrez J12 -n-Renortedlv ',re'v,,
R-Chivi'in'o J. Philllos 108 -Rates outside chance
7 Persiflage B. Aguirre 112 -Could take it aU
12th Race "C & D' Nativei7 Fji. Pure $325.00 Pool Cloiei.
1 Rina Rol M. Ycaza 106 Imoressive win last
2 Julie J. Jimenez HOx Not off recent races
3 Valarla S, Carvalal linx Ran well last time
4 Joe V. Brown 108 Should improve here v
5 Fru Fru A. Mena R. 11x Returns from lavoff
6 Don Brigldo A. Vasquez 115 Should beat these

81
even
8-1
15-1
2.1
31
21

8-1
even
5-1
2- 1
3-
8-1
2-1

Lincoln Life scored one run In
the first aid two in the fourth

Going into the bottom of inning

uumner six ana trailing by one
run Johnnv Jovner Hr wa. nniir

Ledbetter also walked, Dehllnger

pucning ror mice strucK out r j rrktnnh
McElhone, Gene Beck hit a'oreen 3 b c'
ground ball to shortston who rknU

"-" i-u uuiu luicuig joyner,
L. French came up next and

tnree straight pitches were wide.

With two out. two on and

three balls on the hitter, Brown
was called in to put out the fire.
Brown's first pitch was outside

ana me bases were loaded with
Lincoln Lifers yelling for victo victory,
ry, victory, The next man. to bat was
Worden French, who could win
his own ball game, and who has
come throusrh In similar slt.no.

tlons In previous games for Lin-

uum un. witn two bails and a
strike French hit th

sharply past the shortstop Into

V.CULC111C1U. 1

....... I

.26 12 9

Another thrlllinir vlctorv fnr

the "Presidents" whn sevpmi

times have won cnminir infn the

last inning iraiung by one or
more runs.

For the winner w Pf.nfV

- .. &v .. A" 141..

pitchea the entire game giving
up four runs on eight hits, strik

ing oui live and allowing one
free base. Dehlinerer was resnnn

sible for five runs, gave up six

mis waiKea six ana struck out
eight. Brown Bitched to twn hat

ters giving up one hit.

The box score:

Police Ab r 11

Dempsey, 3b 3
Ashton. u ........ 1

Prlester, cf ,... 2
Brown, lf-p ............ 3

Browder, lb ........... 2
Dehlineer. n-lf a

Corrlgan, t. 2b ........ 3
Glazer, c 3
Bettls, rf 3

.......3
SS a 2
.......4
.5

Ebdon. lb .... 4

Sanchez, rf 1
Murray, rf 1

Will, cf 0

L. Cristoph, cf 1
Scheidegg, p, 3b 3

HuiKa. c. If 4

Hickey, 2b ...0

r

mMm..

Editor: CONRADO SARCEANT

Totals ...K..28 11
Score by innings
Police Pals ..006 20412 9
Pirates .......550 00111 9

25 4

Lincoln Life

The r.nm Rnln Pravp innviH

a steD nearer the first half nen

nant when they defeated -the

Coca Cola Bottlers -3 to 0 on

Monday afternoon. .,

Ronnie Hytenin allowed only
two hits as he started and went
the distance for his nluh. Larrv

Wilder, who pitched good seven

nit oau was cnarged with the

loss. ,'.

Thomas and Gasklll with a

double apiece were the only
extra base hitters of the day.
Thomas also was the onln man

to gather two hits and In the

field he made a wonderful catch
). George Cotton's long foul fly
outside th- richt field lln.

The Bottlers turned In their

first double play of the y e a r
whrn Pnt. TVirlrrv flolHoH Rulrl's

ground ball and threw him out

at nrst.
Wilder then threw to Cotton

and Oa skill was (ailed nut.

he attempted to score.

2 The box score:

2 Braves AB
0' Thomas, rf .4
0 Riccio, c ...3
ULutz, lb 2
0 Hytenin, p .......3
..Peters, ss .....2
, McFarlln. 2b, If. ........1
f Broom, 3b 0
" Gasklll, 3b .............2
""I Messeimer, cf . . ....... 1
8iRnvesl cf .2

fJniithlor If 1

Reld, 2b i;!...;..2

Bishop, 2b 1 fl
Beck, ss 3 2

t Tenon, L. 3b ..... 3

French, W. p 3
Ward, lh

Bradshaw. r. 1

Nessler, rf ...........7. 1

Farns worth, if ......... 1
Engelke, cf 1

x Jovner.C. ...... ... n

McElhone, 2b .......... 2

R
2
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

0
0
0

Bowman, rf

Joyner. J. If

Ledbetter, cf

0 Totals .26 3

0,Coca Cola
OiP. Dockery, 2b .........2 0
3 Rankin, ss ............. 3 0
1 L Wilder, p 2 0
II Cotton, c ..............2 0
n Gronan. cf .............2 0

0iD. Wilder, lb .....2
niW. Dockery, 3b ...2
n 1 Hutchinson. If ......... 1

.: ...1

tSanders, If

Crouch, rf

1'

. -;roucn, ri 1
Strohrer, rf ........... .1

v 25 5 7 Rrov.i

x Walked for Bishop- in third. Coca Cola

Totals 19 0 2

..... Score DV innlncs "-

..100 2003 I U
..000 0000 2 3

2- 1
10-1
3- 1
3-1
25-1
even

Juan Franco Tips

By CONRADO

1 Golden Wonder
2 Riscal
3 Lady Edna
4 Don Popo
5 Uyuyuy :
6 Coral
7 Onda Real
8 Tlngat

9 King

Gonzaga
Cascador
Filon
Paparrorra
Curazalena
Don Goyo

Mayflower

Sports Briefs

Three candidates for the All

America basketball team have
run away with balloting for the
All-Southern conference team.
The Conference Sports Writ Writers
ers Writers Association picked Joe Holup
of George Washington and Rod

Hund ev of West. Vlrs- n a iman-

PetitS ImrmclU Tlornll TMnt.H nf T?..

DlXlUrinces.S man mlcooH nninlmnni hAl.

Maria Stuardo Viilcanizadoiby one vote. Flovrt lead, the na-

ir"S!i .1-. c"h.a(oni In scoring ... Holup In

Established 1893

P- !'l

SCOTCH WHISKY

0.

HACOONALO ft MUIR tIMITIO, Pi.till.re, Ulth,

sSo
durinc a srri'mM. h. d bloi from view by the ball
.(54) If Hffi l Martlnsv,lle l,vy Ww-S

. ... ... 1
JOE WILLIAMS

In a sense we already have pay-as-you-see television, so the f
red-hot issue which the Federal Communications Commission 1
has apparently discreetly decided to ignore until after the Pres Presidential
idential Presidential election is somewhat academic.
The only basic difference between closed circuit and pay
TV is that you wouldn't be able to tune in on the former even
if you were willing to pay a fee to see the 1 program of the
moment. - . . ; .. ..
" If the feature happened to be onf 6f the Inbre spectacular1
butoherles of the prize rina; you would have to no to a theater
and pay theater prices; If It happened to be a Notre Dame
football game, you would have to no to a hotel ballroom and
pay approximately the equivalent cost of a stadium seat; If it
happened to be a "Salute to Eisenhower."... welL first you would
have to be a Republican with $100 to pay for a box dinner.
Whether pay TV is good or bad is something you and I
will have to decide for ourselves. Listening to the pros and
cons, we are more likely to get confused than enlightened.
Most of the testimony we hear comes from witnesses with self
ish interests. ; .r
Probably the most reliable and significant testimony that
has been contributed to the controversy up to now came from
the Marciano-Moore fight of last fall, a closed circuit, or the theater
ater theater television offering, which attracted more than 350,000, the
largest aggregate paid attendance In ring history.
"We could easily have doubled the total If the facilities had
been available," the promoters said.
By this he meant the special equipment theaters require
to receive and project television over a closed circuit.
Had the fight been available for home screens there isn't 1
much question that millions would have seen it;.. and for
dimes Instead of dollars.
AND NO COMMERCIALS
One of the appealing recommendations of pay-as-you-see
TV is that it spares the viewer from endless, distracting and
incongruous commercials without which a sponsored, event is
commercially Impossible. r j
Preposterous as It may strike the long hairs, a proper mood
and climate are as essential to a full, esthetic appreciation of
the refined savageries of prize, fighting as are these same ap ap-perte,,r'ces
perte,,r'ces ap-perte,,r'ces to the onera. :. :
And matters aren't helped any when, after a particularly
rousing round during which the barbarities have been freely
and perhaps impartially bestowed, you are suddenly transport transported
ed transported to the Dodgers 'clubhouse to watch Duke Snider In the midst
of his toilet and asked to share his enthusiasm for the sharpest
edge ever honed.
What pay TV comes down to In sports Is whether we even
want the privilere of payinjr to see an attraction which other,
wise could not be available under any circumstances. It has
already been made clear we are not to expect any of the bigger
f' on TV. og v"i ''nnw i now. A. h heen noted, we never
get to see any of Rocky Marciano's fights. i
The promoters have another dodee- they are employing
with increasing frequency. .the local blackout. People In other
parts of the country get to see the fight. on TVv..or It may be
a pro' football Eamc.but the home-towners have no alterna
t-o. tv,ev either eo to the box-office or pass it up. With pay
TV this practice would probably end. too. ...

NOTRE DAME NO RIOT "
. It seems reasonable that two definite conclusions may be
drawn from the promoters' experience with elosed circuit tele
i'-in; (ti al'honph- hnm viewers V"e en'-wewstomed -to
free programs since the beginning of TV. they nevertheless will
r-w to se en eve"t, in which they are esnecially interested
(2) only an attraction of national appeal and superior quality
can hope to lure them from programs they customarily ee'fc
for free. .' v ,f, ..
- Only the big- fifhtg have proved consistently successful on
theate' TV. Attempts to sell football and basketball champion champion-hip
hip champion-hip failed to mfke anvbodv rich. Even Notre Tiame, a solid
box-office draw, didn't do too well with Its closed circuit oro oro-gram
gram oro-gram last fall.
Actually pay TV promises greater and more important ben ben-t"
t" ben-t" 'n f-'J- r"-- """ ".. P,n''vw .'hows. f"-tfitn
movies, concerts ard the like. There aren't many sports features
that would lend themselves to pay TV. Probably less than 10
per cent of the national program.
Two or three big fights a year, the standout football game
of the week, the Derby:.. and, at the local level, possibly ball
games. In the end. the sports fan will probably gain more
than he loses.
-;. y o, .. .J ; ;;V',':.. ;
, Tomorrow we tune in on the lobby boys.

vin, snooting- accuracy.



crn crmvARTZ one of the top tennis stars In the U.S., has

Whlcn win lane piav-c

from Feb. z w) Mrcn i. ;

tournament

Aparicio Gets Chance
To Shew Chisox They
Didn't Make Mistake

NEW YORK, Teb. 24 (UD-Lit-tie
Luis Aparicio, a big; reason why
the Chicago White Sox swung that
big winter deal for slugger Larry
Doby, gets his first chance today
to show the Sox they didn't make
a mistake.
Because the Sox had slick-fielding
Luis coming up from the min minors,
ors, minors, they were willing to give up

a "class" shortstop in Chico Ca Ca-rrasqucl
rrasqucl Ca-rrasqucl in order to obtain homcr homcr-hitting
hitting homcr-hitting Doby from the Cleveland
Indians. A top-notch shortstop is a
"must" for a pennant contender,
and the Sox think Luis is just that.
, Aparicio goes ndispley it tha
Sox training camp in Tampv
Fla., today for the -first time In

match foa

milder smote1.

9

Ginttol

an intra-squad flima with man man-agar
agar man-agar Marty Marion tha one one-tima
tima one-tima "Mr. Shortstop" watch watching
ing watching clostiy.
While the Sox watched a rookie,
the world champion Brooklyn Dod Dodgers
gers Dodgers were cheered by good news
from a veteran pitcher Carl Er Er-skine.
skine. Er-skine. Erskine. only 29 despite 6 Va

years in the majors, won 20 games
in 1953 and 18 in '54, but dropped

off to 11 last year with a sore arm.
The little righthander from Ander Anderson,
son, Anderson, Ind., tested his arm in a work workout
out workout yesterday and reported "no
pain at all." Doctors had advised
Erskine that the winter's rest
should cure his flipper. )

The first St. Louis Cardinal reg

ular Ditcher to appear in an Intra

squad game was Larry Jackson,
and he gave up four runs in one
inning on two hits, two walks, and
an error vesterdav. The Cards'

"maior league" rookies beat their

"minor leaguers." 7-1, in the six six-inning
inning six-inning game.
At soma of tha other camps:
Rookie Pitcher Johnny Pyecha
became tha Chicago Cubs' first
casualty with a sore arm and

i was ordered not to tnrow tor
I several days; tha Baltimore O O-rioles
rioles O-rioles trotted out a tackling dum dum-,
, dum-, ny and tha players practiced bow bow-I
I bow-I ling it over in sliding into sec second
ond second base; and rookie lefty Gene
Snyder of the Philadelphia Phil Phil-'"
'" Phil-'" lias pitched four no-hit Innings
in a 4 game at the team's base base-ball
ball base-ball school.
- On the contract front: Southpaw
! Dean Stone of the Washington Sen-

a nrc trip American liCicuc o

ning pitcher in the 1954 All-Star
Game, signed for $9,000 -a cut
of $1,000 after balking at a $2,000

slice; the Milwaukee duvcs wm
it 34 under contract by signing
pitchers Bob Buhl (13-11) and Chet
Mi-.knh! tn.n. catcher Del Crand-

llltllUIO TF 4

nil r.236). and rooKie, snonsiuy

Afontiiu- the Pittsburgh Pir

ales signed pitcher Ronnie Kline

c.ii onrf sti nave ioui uiiwsuw

li onH ho ripvcland Indians

sinned first baseman Joe Altobel-

li. leading nuiei i .v...-....
winter League with a .400 aver-

Bill Ilele,

Webb ilearne

Also Tansle

Major Leo Hayes, defending sing

les champion, stands in the way
of Julio Pinilla's brilliant, unset

record when the two plavers meet

this evening in the semi-finals of

the El Panama Cabana Club's Sec Second
ond Second Annual Tennis Championships

ai me Hoiei r,i ranama courts.

Pinilla, from Panama City, has

scored two straight victories over

seeded players to gain the round

of four. Last night he won a straight

set match over fifth-ranked George

juotta ot Panama City. 7-5. 6-2.

with his steady play from the back back-court
court back-court causing his opponent to fal

ter after a hard-fought first set.
Major Hayts from Fort Cu Cuticle,
ticle, Cuticle, meanwhile, scored a smash smashing
ing smashing win ever E. M. Barrora of
Panama City, 4-2, 4-1, Barrera
brought cheers from tha crowd

with remarkable gets of his nat nat-rushing
rushing nat-rushing opponent's sharp volley
but Hayes had tea many shots
from his all-court game.

In tonight's other scmi-f i n a 1
match in the men's singles, two

of thz top Canal Zone players will

renew their long, nard-fought riv
airy, Webb Hearne, the No. 2 seed

cd player, will meet Bill Hele, No.

3, following the Hayes-Pi ni 11 a
match.
Hearne had his hardest match
of the tournament with Earl Omph-i

roy, winning 6-1, 6-3. umphroy
traded evenly with his hard hit hitting
ting hitting opponent especially in the
second set, but Hcarne's experi experience
ence experience and tremendous service could
not be overcome by his younger
Panama City rival.
Hele ran into trouble in the sec second
ond second set of his match with Hans
Omenitsch of Panama City when
his left-handed rival came from
behind to pull even at five-all.
Hele, however, steadied and ran
out two straight games for the
match.

a

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it

International League

Begins Prepping

With

TROPHY PRESENTATION MSgt. K. D. Bcrgere accepts the First Place Team Trophy from
Col. Peter S. Peca, Commanding Officer, Fort Clayton, on behalf of the winning Hq is Hq
Btry, 65th AAA Gp-506th AA Opns Detachment combined team. Members of the winning
team, wHich nosed outthe 23d Medical Bn golfers by seven strokes are, from left to right:
Pvt. Louis McNaughton, MSgfEdgar A. Price, MSgt. K. D. Bergere, Pvt. Richard Davis and
Pvt. Austin Cooper. (U.S. Army Photo)

Ibarra, Ampudia
Workouts This

To Windup
Afternoon

New Look On, Off Field

By DICK BACON
MONTREAL, Feb. 24-(UP I

The International Lea gue,

baseball's second oldest, begins
prepping- for Its 76th season next
week with a new look, both on

and off the field.

The annual trek to the south

for spring training is headed by

the Rochester Red Wings, who

open drills March 2 at Daytona
Beach. Fla. The other seven

clubs Miami, Fla ; Richmond

Va.: Columbus, O.; Montreal,

Que.; Toronto, Ont.; Buffalo,

N.Y.; and Havana, Cuba wi!l, Stanley's uncompleted stint with

an ee in unuorm wnnin ib aavs the St. Louis Cardinals

Three ther pilots wll

starting their second aeason in

the Internat'onaL Greg Mul-
leafy, wh led the Montreal
Royals to a half-game margin
over Toronto for the league
pennant last year, will guide
the future Dodgers again this
year. .--
Nick CuUp will be back to
boss the Columbus Jets and"1
Dixie Walker, onetime "peoples",
cherce" in Brooklyn, starts hl.iJ
second season at Rochester. He'.;
succeeded bj-other Harry who

muvca up io nnisn oui Eaaie

College Cage Scores

Winter

age

V

Sports Shorts

In the men's doubles, Ilele-IIe-arne,
the No. 1 seeded team and
defending champions; Hayes-Drey-er.
No. 2. and Motta-Pinilla ad

vanced to the semi-finals. Hele-

Hearne had no trouble smashing
through Glickenshaus-Bell, but

Hayes-Dreyer had to turn back
a determined Omphroy-MelA Com Combination.
bination. Combination. After taking fpir straight
games the first set, Hayes-Dreyer
were out-played by their opponents
as the score was evened.
Omphroy's fine net play, espe espe-"ciallv
"ciallv espe-"ciallv his booming overhead, con

tinually brought cheers from-the

crowd, as he sparked his team's

rally. Tha hard-fought set. howev however,
er, however, went to the favored duo, 6-4

Haves-Drever ran out the match

with a 6-2 second set, but only af-i

ter stemming the fine net play of
Omphroy and the sharp ground

strokes of Mem.

The four semi-finalists in tne

mixed doubles event are: Mr. and

Mrs. Plambach, Major and Mrs.
Dreyer; Miss Morgan-Omenitsch;

and Mr. and Mrs. uncxennaus. inc
Piambachs played a steady base

line game to defeat their quarter

final Opponents UlCH, aiseiiiiiau
and Patty Perry last night 6-3, 6-3.
Morgan-Omenitsch defeated Bill
Rnvrf and Msrv Woodruff 6-1, 6-3.

The Glickenhaus duo won by de

fault over Ccci Heurtemmate-r. r r-leta,
leta, r-leta, and the Dreyers advanced
via a bye. .... ", .

In tha mast thrilling metcn
of tha evening, OmanitselvElsan OmanitselvElsan-man
man OmanitselvElsan-man akad out a thraa-sat win
over Carlos Eleta-Barrera, 4-4,
4-4, 4-4. Both teams ware avan avan-y
y avan-y matched and the final daei.
sion was constantly in doubt,
Eleta, a star of last year' tourn tournament,
ament, tournament, has not been playing
much tennis recently, but ho ac acquitted
quitted acquitted himself well with his
teammate before going down to
defeat. '..
in the nther men s ouarter-fin-

al doubles match. Moua-i-inuia

had little difficulty with the color colorful
ful colorful Myron Fisher-Dick Nelson, com combination,
bination, combination, winning 6-1; 6-2.

Schedule tor Tonignt s iviaicnti:
6:30 Quarter Finals mens

doubles: Henriquez-liercicn vs r-i-scnman-Omenitsch.
".

6-45 Semi-finals men s singles,

Hayes vs Pinilla

(Wednesday Night)
EAST
Princeton 79, Yale 77, 5 over overtime.
time. overtime. Dartmouth 93, Brown 48.
Pennsylvania 88, Harvard 73.
Penn State 70, Army 66.
St. Josephs (Pa) 77, Temple 68.
Niagara 86, Syracuse 80.
Holy Cross 69, Providence 60.
NYU 78. CCNY 65.

St. Bonaventure 81, Lcmoyne

(NY) 61.

Westminster (Pa) 82. Wash-Jeff

51.

Wagner 77, Moravian 62.
St. Francis (Pa) 77, St. Vincent

74...

Penn Military

Carroll 97, Case 82.
Univ 113, Morehead

(Ky)

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88. Delaware 64.

Cooper Union 66, Brooklyn Poly

53.
Trenton Tchrs 70. Drew 45.

St. Ansclms (NH) 81, N. Hamp

shire 71
Panzer 97, Neward Rutgers 78.
Kings (Pa) 104, Bloomsburg 89
' Williams 86. Vermont 68.

St. Peters (NJ) 95, Toronto 87.
Upsala. 113, Patcrson Tchrs 90.
Union (NY) 70, Norwich 65,
Wilkes (Pa) 99, Harpur 70.
Utica 80, Potsdam Tchrs 65.
Hamilton 73, St. Lawrence 69.
Buffalo Univ. 50, Hobart 46.
Oneonta 76, Roberts Weslcyan
53.
Buffa Tchrs 100, Frcdonia 78.
Stonehill 95, Curry 58.
: Concord (WVa) 101, Emory &
Henry 93.
Gettysburg 76, Diel'nson (Pa.)
70.

Lafayclle 80, Lehigh 67.
Haverford 85, Susquehanna 77.
Shippcnsburg 72, Kutztown 62.
Scranton 79, Lycomint 62.
Hunter 85, Brooklyn College 75
St. Michaels (Vt) 61, Middlebu Middlebu-ry
ry Middlebu-ry 53.
Amherst 69, Weslcyan 56.
American Ml 83. Bridgeport 78

New Britain (Conn) 69, Lowell

Tech 67.
Gflneva 107. Indiana (Pa) 65

Springfield (Mass) 81, Tufts 68.

Alfred 57, Kocnester 48.
' SOUTH

West Virginia 97, Wm k Mary

88.
Richmond 88, Wash-Lee 70.
Navy 72, Franklin-Marshal 54.
Memphis State 100, Murray
fKv) 94.

Miss Southern 62, Spring Hill
59..-:
"esse (La) 92, Southeastern

108.
John
Ohio
99.

Alma 76, Hillsdale 67
Adrian 89. Hope 82.

Ohio Wesleyan 91, Otterbein 90.
Lewis (111) 93. Illinois Tech 59.

Albion 83, Olivet 64.
111. Wesleyan 113, 111. Normal 96.
Morningside 62, Augustana (SD)
55.
Dcnison 72, Kenyon 69.
Balur 76, Kansas Wesleyan 66.
Illinois College 78, Blackburn 62.
Iowa Wesleyan 74, Carthage

) 72.

Detroit Tech 91, seiinage md

NORTH STATE CON. TOURNEY
(First Round)
East Carolina 91, Catawba 70.
Elon 97, Appalachian 74.

Bamtamweights Toto Ibarra
and Rodolfo Ampudia, who are
principals in Sunday's ten ten-rouna,
rouna, ten-rouna, 120-pound feature bout
at the National Gym, will wind wind-up
up wind-up their drills tnis afternoon
With last live-round workouts
with sparring partners.
Ibarra has been getting ready
at the National Gym while
his opponent iias been going
througn his paces at the Co

lon Arena.

KENTUCKY CON. TOURNEY
(First Round)
Willa Madonna 79, Transylvania

63.

Fastlich
League

The Macaws defeated the Pa

omas Tnursaay anernuun
Pete Corrlgan allowed the Palo-

ma. but 2 hits wnue giving uv

fttr walks.

The Macaws Jumped on the
offerings of Jeff Kline for eleven
hits. Tommy Durfee was high

man or the Macaws, getting
for 3.
These two teams meet Satur

da afternoon at two o'clock in

a playoff for the first-half cham championship.
pionship. championship. Charlie French will
probably be the starter for the
Macaws while George Barbler
wllP do the pitching for the pal-

omas.

Yai aead not inhale to aaiev a

DAYTONA BEACH, Florida,
Feb 24 (UP) Atlanta racing
driver Tim Flock yesterday set
a record for American passenger
- ,.,itv. unlimited nlston dis-

CAIB mvil "-- r

wmv ruhWv.p.A over the nai

v,,oi, .onrt. at Daytona at bet

than Mt. m ilea an hour to

tCL kiii
t fh. rer.ord.

1

rV.rvslPr 3nfl-B. Flock hit

142.91 miles per hour In the
cth nm over the measured

mile, .'.but he slowed to Just

over. 136 in the return trip.
His average was 139.37 miles
per hour a record for the new
unlimited displacement class.

BASKETBALL
Seven-foot center Walt Dukes

made pro basketball htory yes

terday ana wnue n ws, imu
money he also made the
team.' -. '

Dukes was suspended and
fined $100 Tuesday by the New

York Knickerbockers lor Deing

late to a practice session Mon-

dav. Wednesday, he was tinea

another $250 for insubordination
and re-instated. The $350 in
fines Is believed to be the high highest
est highest ever levied against a player

In the National, Basketball Assa

ciation. -However;"
Duker'arrctnincd

l to action. As for the latest $250
fine, coach Vlnce Boryla says it

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w.ice Komi.finaiii mixea uuuu- i.a ii.

les- Dreyer-Dreyer vs Glickenhaus-, ,id Lipscomb 74, Austin Peay

The box score:
Palomas

B. Sander, lb

Ruiz, 3b .....

Garcia, s
Sims Allen, cf

Kline, p ...
-n II

reeney, u

Both boys have been taking
their training as seriously as
though they were to take part
In a championship bout. They
realize that a lot depends on
the outcome of Sunday's

match.
Each was TKO'ed in his last

outing, Toto failed to go the dis

tance against Byron cumBer cumBer-batch
batch cumBer-batch last Dec. 18, at the Na National
tional National Gym, and on the same
date but at the Colon Arena,
Ampudia was stopped by classy
Claudio Martinez.

Ampudia was also beaten by

Cumberbatch nearly a year ago.

Sunday s winner has been pro

mlsed another crack at uumDer

batch, who has climbed high

and last In the last 12 months
to bo considered the main con

tender for Melvln Bourne's 118 118-pound
pound 118-pound crown.
Cumberbatch wag stopped
by Bourne in a title fight last
month and Caras Nuevas S A

the promoters for whom he
fights, will give him a return
shot at the crown if he de defeats
feats defeats the Ibarra-Ampudia
winner.
Three supporting bouts round
out the program, In the semi semi-wlndup
wlndup semi-wlndup featherweights Sammy
Medina and Black Bill, who
have become stridv w'niwj of
late, take on esch other in an

eight-rounder.
The main i rellm brings to together
gether together promising Enrique Pe-

rea and tough can Bias ma.an

Arias Mendez. The 128-pounde'S

are set to go four heats.
And in the opener Juan Sals

zar and Melanlo Pacheco will

swap leather In a Joust also

scheduled for four stanzas.

after the wings begin limbering

up- :v-;'

Four managers will be mak making
ing making their International League
debut, three clubs are sporting
new front office talent, and
Miami took the Syracuse fran franchise
chise franchise to Florida this winter.

Don Osborn, a former Pacific

Coast League pitcher who has
made the managerial rounds,!
stopping; off at Macon, Ga.,
Naiihvllle, Tenn., Spokane, Wash,
and ; Schenectady, N Y., is the
new field bbss of the Miami
Marlins... .. .. .''.;
The ..;' Toronto Maple Leafs

moved coach Bruno Betzei up
from the coaching lines to re-1
place Luke Sewell who moved t,o;
Seattle as manager of the Rain Rainier?.
ier?. Rainier?. -,,'. .v,;;
Phil Cavarttta left the major
leagues after an illustrious ca career
reer career with the Chicago Cubs and
later with the Chicago White
Sox to handle the reins at Buf Buffalo.
falo. Buffalo. He brought along peanuts
I.owrey, an old side-kick and for
years his roomy in his Cub days,
to be field lieutenant.
At Richmond, a wealthy local

group hopes to put the Virgin Virginians
ians Virginians In contention with its own

money and player help from the
New York Yankees after suffer suffer-ine
ine suffer-ine through fiscal failure of the

previous ownership headed by

Regie Otero, former Pacific
Coast League first baseman who::
was up for a short stint with
the Cubs, will handle the Hava-'
na Sugar Kings for the third
straight year. Betzei, however, is",
the dean of the IL managers,"
having managed for 10 years in''
Montreal,. Jersey Cltv and Syra-"

cuse, before settling down at
Toronto. ;
Only the Cubans will train oivt-.V
side of Florida, preferring theli
romantic atmosphere of Guada-
lajaa, Mexico, where they will
also play 18 games with the: ;
double A Mexican League.
Miami will hare the shortest !'
distance to travel.TnovIng over
to Plant City, where they be- 5
gin operations March 10. Ten
of their eihlbition games will ,r
be against International
League opponents. : S
Toronto will again be at Fort'
Pierce on March 12 where Bet-
zel's main problems will concern; -finding
replacement for catcher
Lou Berberet and outfielder Ar
chle Wilson, both major league
candidates this year, player,

manager Lopat takes his charg-'

es to Haines City March 15
where he hopes the Yankees and
Washington will supply him

with players who will take the
Virginians out of last place.
Columbus will be at Leesburc,

and Montreal, one ot several,.

Harrv Seibnld. Eddie Looat. the

crafty little southpaw who wHSiDodger farms, at Vero Beach, ;

so successful With Cnlcago anaopen Marcn is. ine euuaio rn-t.
New York and not so brilliant! sons andthe Cubans are the hut
with the lowly Baltimore Orioles,) to get under way,' waiting till ;

will make his maiden appear-Marcn in. me Bisons ar? oacjt ;
ance as a manager. at Bartow once again. i

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7:45 Semi-finals men's singles:
Hele-Hearne. ,
. g-00 Semi-finals mixed doubles:
Plambeck-Plambeck vs Morgan Morgan-Omenitsch.
Omenitsch. Morgan-Omenitsch. ,
9 00 Semi-finals men s doubles.
Hearne-Hel vs Motta-Pinilla.
9-30 Semi-finals men s doubles:
Hayes-Dreyer vs winner Henriquez Henriquez-Gercich,
Gercich, Henriquez-Gercich, Eisenman Omenitsch.
The following plaers have quali

fied for the Consolation men s sing

les event: M.u. rrancem y
Oeoree Gcrcich, Eugene Frankel

vs Frank Ladky; Roy Glickenhaus

vs Gordon Bell; ana crnesio r ma mate
te mate vs John Perry. These players
should contact each other to ar arrange
range arrange for their matches on Satur-
oftornnnn.

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Umnor Will IllBCl Ull ounuay

afternoon, with finals scheduled for
Sunday evening. If players have
AiKinv Watina ooDonents, they

UUIiVuivj ;

should contact tennis pioicssiuui

at the El Panama courts iur as assistance
sistance assistance in arranging for matches.

73.' '.V ''".

Presbyterian 96, Erskine 84.
Tenn Weslcyan 78, Georgia

Tchrs 62. :v;.

. Richmond Pre. 6, Ly ncnourg
61.
SOUTHWEST

67

Texas Christian 91, Texas AIM

Lamar Tech 65, Sam Houston 47.

FAR WEST

Los Angeles Loyola 74, Occiden

tal 62.
Pacific Univ 65, Willamette 60.
MIDWEST
Oklahoma A&M 52, Tulsa 41.
Chicago Loyola 65, Crcighton 64
Dayton 80, Seattle 48,
Miami 'Ohio) 103. Marshall 82.

Baldwin-Wallace 121, Wittenberg

Dolan, c 2 0

Snodgrass, c ., i u
Caldwell, rf 3 0
Rathgaber, 2b 1 0
L. Corrlgan,. 2b 1- 0.

0 4 McCaws 1. RBI's: Durfee 3. P.

0 OiCorriean 2. Days 2. French,

0 0 watts, DesLondes. Two base
1 3 hla; Days, Durfee. Sacrifice
0 2 hits: Rager, French. Passed ball:
0 0 Dolan 2. Struck out by: Kline 9,
0 3 Corrlgan 5: Left on base: Palo Palo-0
0 Palo-0 2 mas 7, McCaws 8. Winning
0 0 pitcher: P. Corrlgan. Losing
1 0 pitcher: Kline. Umpires: Mofil
0-1 and Diaz.--

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Eberenz, cf .
Days, 3b
Frenclv, ss .
P. Corrlgan, p

21
Macawi
4
......... 4
......... 2

a e 4

0 2 15

Durfee, c 3
Dubois, c ........... 0
E. Corrlgan, lb .... 2
Rager, lb 0
Amato, rf 0
DesLondes, If 3
McOowan, 2b ...... 2

Totals

25 12 11 18

Today fnconfo .35 '20
James Cagney In
"RUN FOR COVER"
Martin & Lewis in
"LIVING IT UP"

TooW IDEAL 20 .10
"ROBOT MONSTER
OF MARS"
. "NOTORIOUS"
"CARSON CITY RAIDERS"

Summary Errors:' Palomas 3.1 Vc

behaves himself for the rest of
the season, he will get the mon money
ey money back..
TALENTS NOT LIMITED
East Lansing, Mich. (NEA)
Julius McCoy, Michigan State's
hich scoring basketball forward,

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winning 440-yard and 880 yard re-1

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KOSTI, Sudan, Feb. 24 (UP) -A
survivor of the "black hole",
of Kosti where 190 Sudanese ten tenant
ant tenant farmer suffocated said today
their anguished cries for air and
water went unheeded by police
guards.
The Sunese told a shocking
itory of the horrible hours in a
prison ward where prisoners were
packed so tightly those who died
remained in an upright position.
The survivor said that he and
the other tenant farmers were ar

rested Tuesday morning and taK taK-en
en taK-en by truck to the town of Juda.
He said they were held without
food and water until late after afternoon.
noon. afternoon. He said they were hustled a
board huge trucks for transporta
tion in Kosti 'the huge cotton
crowing center in the White Nile
firnvinre.
''They allowed us to drink from

the canal on uie way, me ouu
' tips aid. "We reached Kosti (aft

! er some five hours) completely
' exhausted."
, He said all 281 prisoners were
! r rammed into a 65 by 20 feet
'rnnm. f Semi-official reports said
' there was a total of 334 prisoners.)
"After two hours, we felt the
. crrnnff hp at he continued. "We
. rnnlrin't breathe. The doors, two
! small class windows near the ceil
ing and the wooden shutters were
; all closed.
'We shouted, rricd and banged
on the doors. We begged police
for water and told them we were

. auffocating, but without avail.
When the iron doors were open

ed Wednesday morning 187 men

were dead, he said, Three others
' died in the hospital.
" In Khartoum, student rioting
flared and newspapers printed bit-
!ter editorials blaming the govern government
ment government for the "black hole" deaths
and the slaughter of another 150
farmers in a orawl with police.
The riots stemmed from the re-
. fusal of the cotton farmers to sell
' their crops to the market of the
. Goda farm combine. Company of officials
ficials officials charged the riots w e r e
"Communist-inspired.

.British Undertake
Consf ruction 01;
First Afomic Sub
LONDON, Feb. 24 (UP)-Brilain
announced today it is building its
first atomic submarine as a step
toward the eventual goal of a
nuclear-powered navy and mer merchant
chant merchant marine.
Lord Cilcennin, first lord of the
Admiralty, disclosed that British
scientists have been working for
some time on atomic naval power.
He said one of the "largest sub submarine
marine submarine building firms" is working
on the project.
The U.S. Navy has the worlds
first atomic submarine, the Nau Nautilus
tilus Nautilus in operation and is construct constructing
ing constructing four more.
Informed sources -said Britain
. has started actual work on its own
atomic-powered sub.
, Cilcennin stressed that nuclear
energy may weH become the main
source of nronulsion for both n.val
and merchant ships. "But it has
only recently become possible to
startpracticsl work on plannini
a marine nuclear power plant,"
he said., i.
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He held a knife at the throat
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-in-
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31st ST EAR

Wtentgomer Me
On P r a y e r P i I g r i

MONTGOMERY, Ala., Feb.
24 (LP) Thousands of Ne- 1
groes shunned their cars and
walked to work today in a
"spiritual demon stration,"
launched by song and prayer,
against the arraignment of
their leaders for staging a city-wide
racial bus boycott.
Car pools, taxi ferrying employer-lifts
and other devices by
which the Negroes have avoided
using buses for 11 weeks were
abandoned.
Suburban commuters parked
their cars at the city's edge and
joined the walking horde.
"Not, a single race-loving Ne
gro will start his car or ride a
car," the Rev, R. D. Abernathy
told ,& throng he estimated at
5000, Which jammed his First
Baptist Church last night on the
eve of "prayer-pilgrimage day."
"And you know nobody will
ride the buses," he added.
The big church, filled from
balcoires to the basement,
thundered with a p p 1 ause.
Women shrieked. Men moan moaned.
ed. moaned. Others shouted, "Hallelujah-There
had been talk of march
ing on the county courthouse
where Abernathy and 25 other
Negro ministers among the ap approximately
proximately approximately 90 Negroes under
arrest were scheduled to be ar arraigned
raigned arraigned today, but the clergymen
urged their followers to go about
their, usual business -- on foot.
After a two-day roundup only
a handful of persons ,named In
grand Jury indictments were, yet
to bt arrested. All those booked
were freed on $300 bonds.

Pro-Segregation State Legislators
Threatened With Excommunication

NEW ORLEANS, Feb. 24 (UP)
Four Roman Catholic state
legislators were threatened with
excommunication today for their
efforts to seek new state laws
requiring racial segregation in
parochial (church) and private
SChOOlS. .;'; i ,.:
Catholic officials sharply cri criticized
ticized criticized the proposals in an edi editorial
torial editorial in the church's official
publication here, Catholic Action
of the South.
; ..-1.
: Neither the legislators nor.
the word segregation was men mentioned
tioned mentioned but the church left no
doubt in its stern warning that
anyone who worked for or voted
for such laws "are risking au automatic
tomatic automatic excommunication."
The legislators. Reps. E. W.
Gravolet Jr., C. Cyril Broussard,
Joseph Casev and Frank X.
Huerstel all Catholics- an announced
nounced announced their segregation plan
aner a current law deslened to
preserve
racial Darners by po

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They were indicted on charges
of violating a little-used state
anti-boycott law in a vain at attempt
tempt attempt to modify seating "ar "arrangements
rangements "arrangements on the segregated
buses.
Instead of riding buses they
formed car pools, or walked dur during
ing during the past 11 weeks.
Meanwhile in Washington,
Rep. Adam C. Powell, Jr., (D (D-N.Y.)
N.Y.) (D-N.Y.) called on President Eis Eisenhower
enhower Eisenhower to take Immediate
steps to safeguard the "lives,
physical security and civil lib- M
ert es of 115 Negroes indicted
in the Montgomery bus boy boycott.
cott. boycott. Powell, Baptist minister and
one of three Negro House mem members,
bers, members, said Inclusion of 26 minis ministers
ters ministers in the mass arrests "is a
new low in American barbar barbarism."
ism." barbarism." Powell telegraphed his
protest to the White House.
"As a clergyman and as a
Congressman, I wish to state
that from this moment on the
White House is responsible for
safeguarding the lines, physical
security and civil liberties of the
115 Negroes arrested for peace
ably and non-violently trying to
obtain what the Constitution
promises and local state and
federal- law enforcement offi
cials refuse to give," Powell told
the President.
"The arrest of my fellow
clergymen ii a new low In
American barbarism. I request,
therefore, that they and their
followers be protected tmme
daltely by the White House,"
Powell said the Montgomery
incident comprised "another
lice power was ruled out by the
Federal court.
"If political leaders can dic dictate
tate dictate to the church on one mat matter
ter matter under Its Jurisdiction, the
way is open for them to dictate
in others," the church publica publication
tion publication said.
"The end result could weH be
complete state control of reli religion.
gion. religion. ...r.,w;,
"We are going ahead with our
plans regardless of what any anybody
body anybody says," Gravolet said after
being advised of the church
stand. "Any laws that we pass
in the future will deal with all
the schools in the state."
Broussard and Huerstel re
fused any comment about what
thev will do. Cesey joined Grav
olet In a firm stand for the pro
posed law.
Casey .said he considers the
Catholic Action editorial "a mis misconstruction
construction misconstruction of the laws of the
Catholic church."

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AFTER THE MATCH Webb Hearne, outstanding Canal Zone
tennis player, receives Congratulations from Sp-3 Gordon Bell
of Fort Clayton after their third round match last night at
the El Panama Cabana Club's second annual invitational Ten Tennis
nis Tennis Championships. Bell had the unenviable distinction of
drawing Hearne in both singles and doubles competition. In
both events, the Army player showed to advantage but could
not overcome the attack of his opponent. Hearne is seeded
No. 2 in the singles event and No. 1 in doubles with fellow
Canal Zoner Bill Hele. Hearne meets Hele in the singles semi semifinals
finals semifinals tonight. The other semifinal match will be between
Maj. Leo Hayes and Julio Pinilla. Hearne and Hele have
reached the semifinals in the doubles and are the defending

champions. Bell. .is a. member,
- wX""" "it
last year in match play

country is safe" Abraham Lincoln.

m a g e iD a
ghastly victory" fpr Commu-
nism.
Powell is minister of New
York's Abyssinian Baptist
Church, with a membership of
more than 10,000. He is a leader,
of the House civil rights bloc.
Ike To Hold Parley
With Canadian,
Mexican
WASHINGTON, Feb. 24 (UP)
President Elsenhower's good goodwill
will goodwill meeting next month with
the Canadian Prime Minister
and Mexican President will be
held outside Washington, proba-
blv at a well known resort area
Informants said today the lo location
cation location Is being selected in keep-
imr with Mr. Eisennower's wisn
to cut pomp and ceremony and
instead stress informality. He
hopes such a meeting will do
more than a routine conference
in Washington to bring the
three North American neighbors
still closer together than they
now are.
The meeting itself will be an
historic one. Officials said they
believe it will mark the first
time an American president has
met in a separate session with
his Mexican and Canadian coun counterparts.
terparts. counterparts. The trio probably will
be accompanied by tneir f oreign
Ministers but few other aides.
Presidential Press secretary
James C. Hagerty announced
plans' for the conference yester yesterday
day yesterday from the President's vaca vacation
tion vacation headquarters In Thomas Thomas-ville,
ville, Thomas-ville, Ga.
Informants Insisted that ho
list of subjects has been drawn
up for discussion and they doubt doubted
ed doubted an agenda would be prepared.
The trio likely will merely dis discuss
cuss discuss whatever they have on their
minds at the time. No decisions
are expected at the March 26-27
meeting. ; .1
The idea for the meeting grew
with the President. He left that
while he has seen many digni dignitaries
taries dignitaries from overseas he has not
seen enough of representatives
from America's two closest neigh
bors. 7
The site is expected to be at
a resort area"within 200 miles
from Washington, but not in an
adjoining state, Informants re refused
fused refused to pinpoint the meeting
place, however.
It was understood both Augus Augusta,
ta, Augusta, Ga., where the President fre frequently
quently frequently goes, on golfing vaca vacations
tions vacations and Mr. Eisenhower's Get Gettysburg
tysburg Gettysburg farm were considered as
meeting- places, but both were
ruled out.
of the.Panama .Aimed.. Forces
vw""""v, ..iu 'v
with the Antilles team.

FIVE CENTS

y To cl ia y
SOUCHT BY ARMY Map
shows location of the 80.8-'
square-mile area in Alaska that
the Army is seeking for a new
training area. It has asked the
Department of the Interior to
withdraw 91,750 acres from all
other use, including mining and
mineral leasing. Top map thowi
site In relation to rest of
.Alaska..'
Traditional Gypsy
Wedding Held On
London Bomb Site
LONDON, Feb. 24 (UP) A
traditional gypsy wedding, with
three whole roast pigs and all the
trimmings, was held on a bombed
site in North London yesterday.
uypsies f rank Serio and Lolita
Mitchell went through the celebra celebration
tion celebration under a tent before 50 guests,
some of whom came all the way
from South Africa. Most were dres dressed
sed dressed in gypsy costumes.
There were three tables of food.
Each bore a roast pig, several
chickens and many varieties of
whisky, beer, wine and liquors.
redro Mitchell, Lihta s father.
put a hand on each of the voune
couple's heads and Messed them
in the Romany dialect. The bride
and groom each sprinkled salt on
a piece of bread and ate it. Then
they were man and wife.
Mitchell said there would be a
church ceremony later' because
"that is usual these days."
Hew Spanish Course
Starts Monday At
Panama University
An intensive Spanish course for
English-speaking persons will get i
underway Monday at the Univer University
sity University nf Panama
The1 course, which is a part of
the curriculum of thef university's
"summer school," will continue
until April 18. r
The course offers Americans in
Panama and the Canal Zone the
opportunity tc get a basix know knowledge
ledge knowledge of Spanish or- to improve
previous studies in the lrnguages,
Dr. Diogenes Arosemena, secreta secretary
ry secretary general and principal of the
summer school, declared today.
Arosemena said classes will be
conducted for small groups from
d w a p.m. daily.
Churchill Donates
$2800 For Cancer
LONDON, Feb. 24 (L'P)-Sid Win Winston
ston Winston Churchill will donate $2800
from the trust fund he received
on his 80th birthday to the impe imperial
rial imperial cancer research fund, it was
reported today.
HANDY DOCTOR
DICKINSON,: N. D. (UP)
isuiiaiv was nunung raoDiisi
with a group of children recently
when his hunting dnn was acci
dentally shot by one of the boys. I
lThQctorUook- thrdog U-4it!
iiu.-tepu s nospitai, nan h in X-rayed
' and then treated him.

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TWINING GIVES WARNING Gen. Nathan F. Twining (left),
U.S. Air Force Chief of Staff, told the Senate Armed Services
Committee in Washington that Russia may well leave this
country behind in the race for development of Intercontinental
war missiles. Twining and Air Force Secretary Donald A.
Quarles are shown above prior to briefing the committer
behind closed doors.

Vinson Lashes Out At Cost
Of Military Housing Units

WASHINGTON, Feb. 24 (UP) (UP)-Rep.
Rep. (UP)-Rep. Carl Vinson (D-Ga.) has
charged that the government ev eventually
entually eventually will pay up to $81,000
each for military housing units
that cost $9,000 or less to build.
The housing wjis built under the
so-called Wherry program which
provides for private construction
of housing near military installa installations.
tions. installations. Military rental allowances are
used to pay off government-in
sured mortgages on the property1
ine government eventually gets
title to the housing but this takes
50 to 7S years, Vinson said.
Vinson, chairman of the House
Armed Services Committee, re recently
cently recently proposed that the govern government
ment government buy the housing outright and
save money, it was learned today.
4 He told the committee during a
hearing on the 2 billion dollar mil military
itary military construction bill that the
units could be paid for over a
14-year period for a total of $10, $10,-500
500 $10,-500 each, including operation, main maintenance
tenance maintenance and interest.
"Thtra art 80,000 Wharry un units
its units in the UnMtd Statts and the
govtrnmant aeh ytir pays 'an
verag of $1,080 par unit," Vin Vinson
son Vinson said.
"This is a total of $88,400,000.
Communis! Strike
Paralyzes Calcutta
Without Violence
CALCUTTA, India. Feb. 24 (UP
This big seaport and most of
West Beneal Province were oara
lyzed today by a Communist-supported
general strike protesting
proposal to merge West Bengal
with neiehborine Bihar.
Police arrested some 500 strike
leaders and other "unruly e 1 e e-ments"
ments" e-ments" early in the day, but there
was no immediate report of vio
lence.
The strike is scheduled to last
until midnight.
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you get $5,195,000,000. That is what
the government will pay for these
houses before it owns them."
He said the unit cost figures out
to $54,000 over 50 years and $81,000
over 75 years.
Vinson said the government
should pay the builders the re replacement
placement replacement value of the property,
less depreciation, and take over
immediate ownership.
He said a "peculiar relatieftship
exists today between a Wherry
project owner and the United
States."
"Actually," Vinson said, "t h e
project owner owns nothing what whatsoever
soever whatsoever except the right of future
income. He doesn't own the land
and he doesn't own the houses.
He just has a right to make money
for 50 to 75 years."
Anfi-US Rioting
In Venezuela Led
By Student Group
CARACAS. Venezuela. Feb
24-
(UP) Official sources said today
last week's anti-American rioting
here was inspired by student op
position to a government Plan to
advance the date of mid-term ex a
minations.
A Communist-led student m o b
tried a week ago Wednesday to
tear down the U.S. flag flying out-
sine the building, where the Pan
American Highway Conferenee was
meeting. When police prevented
them from doing so,' they stased
a riotous demonstration at Fer Fer-min
min Fer-min Toros High School.
Several persons were injured in
the rioting, and 15 unruly youths
were arrested. Official sources said
reports circulating abroad that 15
persons were killed are a "deform
ation of the facts
t y.A k-n nnrt. hr that

one student, identified as "Efrainiriauffhter: Mr. and Mrs. Vernon
Lamas," was killed. Investiga- W. May, Jr of Colon. dauhr,
tion indicates no such person ev-'and Mr. and Mrs. Adalberto Ro Ro-er
er Ro-er existed. mero, of Colon, daughter. .

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NNI CINemaScoPit

LONDON, Feb. 24 (UP) A
North Amean warm front to today
day today eased winter's grip on most
of western Europe where at
least 855 persons have died la
the worst cold spell of the cen century.
tury. century. ;.
Britain, Spain : and Portugal
still suifered from snow af n d
cold. Elsewhere the warming
breezes from North Africa
brought a measure of relief, but
also touched off fears of thawa
and resultant flooding?. : -.
Deaths attributed to tha
weather since the first icy front
moved down from Siberia Feb.
1 showed: France 201;-Italy 156;
Germany 85; Yugoslavia 79;

Britain 70; Denmark 38; Bel
gium 30; Portugal 27; Sweden
26; Austria, Holland and Spain
24 each; Greece and Switzer
land 20 each; Turkey 17; Nor Norway
way Norway 12; and Finland two.
Eight persons died in a fire
yesterday in northern England
when a blowtorch, being used
to install hotwater pipes to
heat a factory, was knocked
over. The three story textile
mill in Keighley was gutted.
Snow isolated three British
cities of Margate, Ramsgate and
Broadstairs, with a total popu population
lation population of 100,000. Roads connect connecting
ing connecting the three communities wers
closed by drifts and 18 bus lines
stopped operations.
Spain, where crop damage has
been heavy, suffered tmder cold
sleet, rain and snow. Heavy
snowstorms lashed parts of Por Portugal
tugal Portugal and 45-mlle-an- hour
winds buffetted Lisbon.
French weathermen predicted
more snow and cold in Fans.
But the situation elsewhere In
Franc Improved' Temperatures
rose along the Riviera and rail railway
way railway traffic was nearly back to
normal. '
Rescue workers yesterday
found an Algerian worker rivet-
ed to a tree by ice at Lille. H
had been frozen to the tree for
48 hours in six below zero tem temperatures.
peratures. temperatures. Medical authorities
said his arms and legs may have
to be amputated.. I
Utile League
Girls 8, Boys 2
Ten babies were born In Coco
Solo Hospital during the weeks
ending at midnight Feb. 22, ac ac-r.nrdinff
r.nrdinff ac-r.nrdinff to the reeular hospital
report. During the same period
88 patients were admitted and
79 were discharged.

iiaDies were oorn 10 w ui ui-lowing
lowing ui-lowing American citizens- Mr.
and Mrs. Hugh Linn, of Marga Margarita,
rita, Margarita, daughter; Sgt. and Mrs.
William J. Seagraves, of Fort
Gulick, daughter; Mr. and Mrs,
Richard Gresge, of Gatun,
daughter; Mr- and Mrs. Richard
C. Scheidrgg, of Gatun. daugh-
ter: and Cpl. and Mrs. Raymond

Babies were bom to the fol following
lowing following narenis of Panamanian
nationality; Mr, and Mrs. Clif Clifford
ford Clifford H. Thomas, of Colon, son;
Mr. and Mrs. Luis Luna, of Co Colon
lon Colon dauehteri Mr. and Mrs. Wal-

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