The Panama American


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The Panama American
Portion of title:
Weekend American
Physical Description:
Scott Family Library Fund ( donor )
Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication:
Panama City, Panama
Publication Date:
daily (except saturday and sunday)[may 12, 1973-]
daily[ former oct. 7, 1925-dec. 4, 1966]
daily (except saturday)[ former dec. 10, 1966-may 5, 1973]
normalized irregular


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Panama -- Panama


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

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soviet Arms

i WASHINGTON, Feb. 7 (UP)-;'
: Th Unrttd Stattf 1 Investigate
, ing fepert that tha Communist
f bloc has rasumad arms ship-I"-
manti t Egypt, official said to-
daw. -
So far, they saif, the United
States has' "no positive" infor
mation that Soviet and Czech arms
are being delivered to Egypt But
they said the arrival in r e c e n t
weeks of Soviet ships at Egyptian
ports had prompted speculation of
arms deliveries, unloading opera
tions have been .'carried on in
''great secrecy," it was said.
If Communist arms are being
delivered to Egypt, officials said
this would be a "grave matter''
and there would be a violation of
a Nov. 2 United Nations resolu resolution.
tion. resolution. Among otiier things, this res resolution
olution resolution called on all U.N, members
to "refrain from introducing mili military
tary military goods in the area of hostili hostilities.
ties. hostilities. .
Tha Soviet Union voted for tha
, Y.N. resolution. 'If arms ara be"
'ing delivered by the CommW
.r:H the United States and oth oth-r
r oth-r nations would have grounds
to take up' the matter gain in
.': the United-,Nations..: Vc
."' Sixty-three nations joined the
Soviet Union vin approving the
U.JJ. resolution which also, called
for an Immediate cease firein the
Suez Canal area. ,'',":
There were reports that Soviet
"technicians' also .are returning
to Egypt after fleeing the country
when Israel Britain and France
attacked. lAbout 300 Soviet techni technicians
cians technicians left; Egypt; on the first day
bombs were dropped. They fled to
the Sudan and then to Naples, I-
taly'fe L f 1 ' i
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Mincrican arms;
fdSaadi Arabia?


Tha United States and Siudi A A-rabia
rabia A-rabia today were reported near
twin agreement on. a new U.S.
lease on the Dhahran Air, Base
and American arms for Saudi
Arabia. : ' : J'r
Diplomatic Informants said the
bnlp apparent question is whether
the agreements will be signed
: while King Saud is visiting in Wash'
ineton or later in Saudi Arabia.-.
V A report & the air base, arms
and other agreements and under understandings
standings understandings will be made public on
? Friday bv. President Eisenhower
and King Saud at the conclusion of
their Washington laiKS. ine lung
. is expected to leave Washington on
'. Saturday. : w.: -;
Mr. Eisenhower Is delighted at
the warm response given by Saud
" and two other visiung AraD ieaa ieaa-ers
ers ieaa-ers -Prince Abdul Illah of Iraq
and Lebanese foreign min i s t e r
: Charles S. Malik, to bis explana
tinn nf American policies in the
Middle East, Saud summed up" the
i reaction of all three Aran visitor
when he told a news conference
vexttrriav that the Eisenhower Doc
trine "is eood: it is one that is
entitled to aoDreciation" by the
: Arab people. ;
1 The President told his news con-
; foranra onrlipr that Saud had VOiC
ed his "friendliness" for the U U-jiited
jiited U-jiited States, and efforts to keep the
Middle East peaceful, me presi president
dent president spoke hopefully of an event eventual
ual eventual "United Middle East."

; French Ch::r U.S.'s'
UJI. A!;:i!:n 5!:nd
: In5:::c!i trid Press

.. PARIS, Feb. T (UP) French
government officials today wel wel-"
" wel-" corned a declaration by U.S. Unit
ed Nations Delegate Henry Cabot
Lodge that ."Algeria is a French
problem." -
On foreign office spokesman
eld the .U.S. declaration was
"stronger than we had dared
' hope." Pari mora ing papers
greeted it with booming heed heed-'.
'. heed-'. lines.
"The United States supports the

. French position" cheered socialist
Franc Tireur. "The U.S.A."approv U.S.A."approv-es
es U.S.A."approv-es the declarations of Pineta" said
, conservative Lanrore. "Categorial
, American support" was the bead bead-line
line bead-line in right wing Le Figaro, a fre frequent
quent frequent critic of the United States
' North Africaa policies.
French sources saw the Ameri American
can American declaration as the pivot point
of the UN debate on Algeria and
now hope for a more favorable re

sult than the most optimistic

- Frenchman expected two weeks

' Falsielarm

The city Fir Department who touched off the invst.?a invst.?a-today
today invst.?a-today that girls who use fatsies twn charged in a letter to Marse
maV be playing with fire. 'oHicials
In an official communfqne, the: Nelsan R. Porter of Hartford,
Fire -Pivenfon Bureaa said foini Vt.. who said his lt-reer-eld ton
rubber brassiere attachments "rani wrote of bain? struck with the
spontaneously ignite when arni or, bar, t for Parrla Island late
hot." ya,ttra' y, saying his son pltad-

Panama; University



:1 ; A, special) certificate salary rate, giving a substantial
pay raise to secondary school teachers in the Canal Zone
Latin American Schools who have obtained degrees from
-the University of Panama or Jts equivalent,- has been au authorized
thorized authorized by Gov, W. Ev Pptter and will become effective
this month, Vit has ; been! announced by the ; Division'of
inflation. ; ; ,
:,,if f The special certificate ratey which is $250 per month
on a 12-month basis, also provides longevity increases
up to $290 per month for those secondarychoof teachers
who have graduated from the University, of Panama and
$280 to $320 for those who have obtained the equivalent
of a master's degree from the "University of Panama. :

Established as anv incentive
for those teachers in the Latin
American Secondary j Schools
who wish to further their edu-
cation throutrh courses in the
University of Panama,.' the new
rate is the result of a suggestion
made recently by.:a group of
prominent Panamanian educat educators
ors educators who served as an evaluating
pnmmittee on the Latin Ameri
can School system In the Canal
Zone, i;.''.''V ii -At
in order to be eligible for the
special pay. rate, teachers .must
be assigned to the Latin -American
Secondary Schools and the
courses they take at the Univer Univer-.iv.
.iv. Univer-.iv. nf Panama must lead to de
grees in appropriate secondary
school subjects. 1
For the first uma i aevciai
years, tine mvision vi ou wu
l30rCC3:Cub!C Yards
01 Cuceracha Earlh
BIds are now being- solicited by
the Panam a Canal -Company tor
the excavation of 150,000 e u b 1 e
orH. nf nnnrarha 'material from
the west bank of Galllard Cut. The
bids will be openea t eornary una
in th Administration Building at
Balboa Heights :v
. The material to 1 removed la
located Immediately north of
Contractors' Hill eusld of the
Canal prism and represents n
hazard to th I P P 9 passing
through the Canal, it was em-
.U..1..4 kw Canal officials.
r,i. tn the nature of cucaracha
materiaL it will be necessary tq
carry out the excavation work
from the land during the present
dry season. Specifications allow
90 daya for the completion of he
VTTht material removed will ie
transported approximately one
....rt.i mil tn a sdoiI are used
during the excavation , work at
Contractors' Hill.
TV's Repeats -V
To be Cut;
: New Shipping ;
A new System for shipping film
for nrMPniation over the Carib-
tun VniV-M Television station is
expected to improve programming
Headquarters U.S. Army Caribbean-
announced today.--.
i From low en the film bo lhip-v
pad direct from New York te the
Canal Zone. The direct shipment
will insure regular receipt of
film here end will eliminate the ;
necessity for many repeat per
forrnences. '
Previously, the kinescopes shown
over the station were first shipped
from Armed Forces Tele vision
Service in New York to Guantana-
mo Bay via Norfolk for
at the Guantanamo station.
From Guantanamo the film was
shipped sometimes direet and

sometimes through Puerto Rico to they now are serving the commu commu-tbe
tbe commu-tbe Canal Zone. -- nities alone.

IPs Parris Island Vkain

Marine ; RecruihlClaims-

Slugged Him
fUP The Marine Corps today
began a pretrial investigation nf
reported brutality of drill instruc
tors toward "several recruits at
this big training center.
Capt. James Mahoney. oublie In-
formation' officer, said t h e
"doois ae not claim iney were
slriiLk bv a har" ai a fath.

Pay Hike

. will not conduct
a Summer In
stitute for Us Latin American
teachers during the -long vaca vacation
tion vacation period starting this month.
- Teachers have been urged in instead,
stead, instead, to attend the summer
term at the University of ana ana-ma.
ma. ana-ma. -
V ; f
; Ua S. Glides In
Sans Tugboals,
; Is Applauded
NEW YORK, Feb'. 7 OJP The
superliner. United States, queen of
me mercnant lieet, docked
without tugs today, ) gracefully
that not a noise was heard" and
not i scratch marred her hull.
"This was a perfect landing"
said Capt. Jones F. Devlin, gener general'
al' general' manager of the United States
Lines. "The most graceful I ever
saw,j with or without tugs. Capt.
John Anderson, commodore of the
United States did a masterful
J ft ;wa theMnrsi tlmV that the
liberthird largest in : the world
and holder of the transatlantic
speed tecord over the two larger
British queens, had been docked
without the usual assistance ol tug tugboats,
boats, tugboats, whose crews are on strike
throughout the harbor; The opera operation
tion operation took a little more than 30 min:
utes.v 'i:-'- ..' v'.-:.'
,, ; With most or her 1,493 passen passengers
gers passengers watching' from" the rails,
the United States pulled up at
right angles te her. North' River
pier amd dropped a port bow an-,
chor. Weather conditions were
excellent. A heavy mist hung e
var the river, but there was vir virtually
tually virtually no wind, and the waters
., were almost glassyn ..
A deckhand threw a line and
dock workers hauled, in the heavy
hawser it guided. i." ;
The ship's bow swung slowly to
the right, coming to restxsilently
against the pier corner, or knuc-
At 9:45 a.m., the anchor was
weighed; and the- ship pulled a
loneside the pier under' her own
(!ev .Library Hours
Announced in Zone
FofVacalidn Kiids
' New hours for the Rainbow City
and Paraiso branches of the Ca
nal Zone Library became effec effective
tive effective this week and will continue
until the Latin American school
reopens in May after the long dry
season vacation.
Until May, the two branches will
be open from 4 to p.m. Monday
throufh Friday and from a.m.
to noon on Saturdays.
.Both branch libraries are lo located
cated located in school buildings. During
the school year for the Latin A-
merlcaa schools,' they serve both
schools '- and communities. With
the schools closed -for vacation.

Oyer Head WitH Steel Bar

ed In e letter for htm te coma
"as seen as tibia." ..
Porter did not elaborate on the
need for haste, nor give his ex expected
pected expected arrival tune
The nearest air terminal at Aa-
vannah. Ga.. was foe zed
ia last
BUM and early today.
Porter said MaL Con. H. L
Litrafiburg, commending officer
of the recruit center, admitted
in a letter that the son. Pvt. Da David
vid David Lee Porter, had undergone
brutal treatment.
Mahoney said that some s 1 1

weeks of checking tha. far reveal-fthey

mA ihr hat tvrn mhrr rtii hut
said the recruits "do not aUrgt'to

. ; I h;a. n:i c;u; f f Vd::: I Tur pULsE n : vi 1 i

MARTIN CISNEROS IS WANTED both by Canal Zone po police
lice police and Panama Secret Police. Wearing handcuffs, he escap escaped
ed escaped Tuesday afternoon from a Joint detail of law enforcement
officers from both Jurisdictions. They were walking; single file
along a very narrow trail off the ,Trans--Isthmian Highway on,
tha Atlantic side when Cisneros broke and dived jlnta the thicks thickset.
et. thickset. CisnerO was being held by Cristobal police-or" grand Jar-;
ceny. He Is accused of having cutr.uo a' 60Q-lb .length of : wav
ter-nialn to sell for scrap. The Jnain. was in the Puerta.Es-J
eondido area of the Zone. 'The Jungle trek war to assist; the ,;
defendant in establishing his claim: he had found the section section-'of
'of section-'of water main far from all distributloh; .systems -lo a remote'
tiiniri nnt. Cisnero la alreadv under a ttwo-yar suspended

sentence for a scrap-metal violation He: Is a Panamanian-citlife'1

zen aged 24, height 5 It. ins.,. weignca30-ids.-rooce rsk ina?
any information aboujb Cisneros. be phoned tc the nearest star
tion. :i-u-:''-----,k:'y


SharfcTln the Gulf '.t of; Panama
Saw their duty and Mid Jt accord
ing to photographers who went
for Ernest Hemingway's "Me Old
Man and .the Sea. -J-.t-v
"You won't believe there ,were
' so many when you the ma ma-vie,".
vie,". ma-vie,". said one cameraman
board the Paramount which put
into Balboa briefly after about
six weeks of filming sharks, and
merlin in these latitudes. w
Who Made Snalchf l
ui nurse, ueis ju
The youth of Panamanian teen teen-aeer
aeer teen-aeer George Bailey and the fact
that he has no previous criminal
record resulted today in his being
prosecuted for attempted petit lar larceny
ceny larceny instead of a grand larceny
charge he wa facing. BaUey's
age is 17.
. In Balboa Magistrate's Court
today. Bailey was sent to. ieil
for 30 days for having attempt attempted
ed attempted te snatch the purse of Mrs.
Joanna Johnson last month In
Ancon. '' '
The boy Is specifically charged
with trying to take irom Mrs.
Johnson's person a purse ana con contents
tents contents valued at $49.50. ;
The sura Id exactly 50 cents un
der the amount of $50 at which a
theft becomes grand larceny, a le-
lony. v .-
Since voung Bailey was prose
cuted only on the lesser charge,
he now stands convicted of a mis
. When Bailey tried te grab
Mr. Johnson's purse, she hung
ante it and 'screamed. This eV
tracted ether witnesses. Later
en alert police officer spotted
Bailey hanging around the Tiveli
Avenue area where the crime
was committed.
He was identified by the victim
and others.
they were struck by a steel pipe
we nave not found out just now
they were struck."
. Porter quoted one letter from his
son dated Dec. which stated:
. "l walked kite the drill instruc instructor's
tor's instructor's office yesterday with my
hat oe. t got hit over the head
twice with a etael bar. I would
have got hit a third time, but,
there we. already tee much
bleed." ..
Porter tW hi k0ffMt him I

not to trv- to Intervene, aavina-loueht

will only make it rougher!
on me. nut ha nvrhl wrote1

rKs ; in
shore,; laming some scenic snots.
She will touch ( once more at Bal Balboa
boa Balboa -before heading back to Calif California.
ornia. California. V'v'
; Several amaetur rsporti, fisher fishermen
men fishermen from the Isthmus presented
their catches to the Paramount at
sea xor-use in mming' ine scenes
in which sharks, ..attack i the.-Old
Man's prue catch. .-j, -xf-.
. ,. The Paramount went' as far
a tha Galapagos for -fiah and
"location" but they found ; t h e
best, shark actors -much nearer
Panama, at a spot recem mended
bv veteran local fisherman.
: Reportedly a half-million dollars
is being, spent on the fishing and
sea-snots tor ine mm. -Among
the Drops carried aboard
the -Paramount, were two battered
lciffl. 7
A stand-in was photographed dur
ing the sea shots 4n tne uia nan s
role Spencer Tracy wui -portray.
US-RP Have Ueycr
- tlMA.; Feb. 7 (UPr ""The
internationallzaUon of the .Pan
una Canal could not be carried
out In the same manner -it is
being; attempted withlthe Suez,
since their, use is completely
different," Panamanian second
Vice President Heraclio Barletta
said here today. j
BarletU arrived in Lima, a
long with other prominent Pan Panamanians,
amanians, Panamanians, on the inauguration
of a pew flight by Aeroviaj Pan Panama,'
ama,' Panama,' Panamanian airline
which has extended Its flights
'to-TJma. .- i-.-. '"'
- The new flight Includes Lima,
Guayaquil, Panama apa Miami
on its schedule; -v v v-Barletta
Barletta v-Barletta said Panama consia-r-ni
zone as Panama
nian territory, indicating that
it is evident that the umwa
States has some Jurisdiction, but
there re bills favoraoie w r-
tma m reiauon w -e vu
of the Remon-Eisennowcr w f-
ty which" have been preseniea
to ine U.K. C-onsrr. -
-r f them... established
the increase of the Can ai an annuity
nuity annuity from $430,000 to $1,940,000
and equal salaries for Panama Panamanian
nian Panamanian and American- workers.
Barletta said. '
He emphasizes V5" up w
the rovemmenM ; r"
and the United States, have
faithfully compiled wi0r'
treatiesand have never argued
over tne verruow.i ", Vm
of the Canal Zone,' which ts
rightfully panamal..- : ..-
Civft Me Liberty ';
;? (Or Justice ';
SANTA ANA, Calif. Feb. T (UP)
Mr ljuii II. 'Liberty toJav
liberty from her husbard
ealeman Mike Liberty, jn a divorce
mm nlamt hstinf ueir weaoinc'as
'having taken place ia Liberty, Mo.




The clocks In the towers of the
Santa Ana ,and Cathedral
churches, which stopped work working
ing working some time ago, apparently
will, remain that way for a little
longer for lack of a municipal
A municipal spokesman said
no money has been appropriat appropriated
ed appropriated for this service. v The clocks
are cuy-ownea.
v A., fire,' which threatened the
whole Hollywood shantv town
area, destroyed one of the town's
lumweriown shacks last night.
The snack, located In the area
behind the OlvmDie Stadium
was used as a home hv Alcides
de la Torre and bis 18-year-old
common-law wife Marielav Cas-
, -A gasoline price war Is believ believed
ed believed underway again in Panama
City. A few gas stations started
selling gas yesterday at 31 cents
a gauon. .' V;- -.f?4ivo, 1 ;.
Up until yesterday two oth other
er other service stations had been
selling at 32 cehte a gallon.
The retal price was set by the
government's price; regulating
.eff'ce at 34 cents per galfon.
It i believed that other gas
staiiions. may start cutting prlc.
es to cope with the competition.
s?iilinor cases of smugglina: of
commissary goods into Panama
have been reported by Panama
customs 'during, the past few
a:,-: :.-.. ;i H'-r
, ; Cigarettes, milk, canned
beer, sugark rice and other
'Items -have -been confiscated
J the custojtis at fit ArraJ.
; jai;lieckop?ot -i!ie et
('iltvis Uri1rafnht thot norln-
dlc. search oi automobiles com
ing into Panama from the Canal
Zone Js also being conducted by
ranama auuionties p
HeSays; Nor,
PARIS, Feb 7 (CPV-A. French
court awarded a divorce today to
a bride; of 24- days because ,her
nusoand lorced her to. give up cig
arettes, beer,; reading in bed and
eating onions. .'.
The 23-year-old woman told the
court that two days ; after their
marriage she pulled out a ciear-
ette but her husband? dashed it
from- het, hand saying: "I don't
like women who smoke."
Three days later she ordered
beer in a cafe. But she got lemon
ade instead with a curt warning:
don't- like women who drink."
The next ; night, she began to
read a i mystery story in bed. It
was sent flying to the .floor with a
warning: ;I don't like women who
read in bed." -1 r
The last straw",' the (aggrieved
bride told the court, came a week
later, as. ahe started to .eat some
onions.i ., ,-.
"I don't like .. her mate be
gan. He got, no further. She threw
the onions at him, packed her
bags '-and went to her mother's
home. ... .. ,,y
Pigeon f Arrives.
Two Weeks Late
red-eyed inauzural suest has ar
rived for the big day more than
two weeks late.
He's a pigeon from Chica co
named Mr. Hennessey. -Mr.
. Hennessey and two feath
ered friends, Toby and Rosie, left
Chicago a couple, of days before
the presidential inauguration Jan.
21. fhey bore salutations to Presi President
dent President Eisenhower from 2,000 young
Republicans in Cook County, III.
Mr. Hennessey flapped in Tuci-;
day alone. ,He didnt say what
happened to Rosie and Toby, v
- If yen tnink you've had ember,
raising moments consider for a
moment the case of en inspired inspired-first
first inspired-first tieuteeatv at Pert Kobbe
last am wttee Ma. Can. Eu Eu-gane
gane Eu-gane W. RUings, deputy laepec laepec-tK
tK laepec-tK General of the U.S. Army,
war a Hand ing e briefing en the
second fiear of pest ha ad quar quartan.
tan. quartan. ;
Tho unknowing lieutenant;' ar arriving
riving arriving at headquarters te trans transact
act transact some business with the S4
section, reached the head ef the

ueciares mat u

Obviously Desires
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. WASHINGTON, Feb. 7 CUf)PanamaniaB ombas ombas-s'ador
s'ador ombas-s'ador Ricardo Arias Espinosa said today he is confident
that' .United States implementation of the, 1955 treaty

wm soon oe a reaury. , '-
, He said he and Jose Isaac Fabregb, personal repre
sensative of. President Ernesto de Ma Guardia, are "very
satisfied" with" their; exchange' of view at a luncheon
given yesterday by acting assistant secretary of state' Roy
R. Rubottom. . ;
t 'J George' Roderick; assistant secretary of the Army
and chairman of the Panama Canal Company was also
present at the gathering which lasted nearly three hours.

Arias said that the United
States officials had expressed
"an obvious desire of their gov
ernment to see that the Remon.
Eisenhower treaty achieve all

its effecUveness."-: ':',:, ;-Hpression ,of all discrimination
Arias and Fabrega were known based oh the nationality of the

TO-nave urgea eariy cwon, "Jy
the -administration to imple
ment provisions of the treaty
requiring special legislation. ;
, Arias expiainea ma e wae
.anred ,that4he admrn.ista
! to act 4 legislation te ati
thortze -.transfer- of certain
lands to the Panamanian gov government
ernment government and- to establish a
single wage scale for United
States and Panamanian" ; em employes
ployes employes of the Canal company.
Steps have already been taken
to Implement another provision
of the treaty,. United States fi financing
nancing financing of a bridge to span the
Canal. ""';. v;.:."v
In his current budget request
President Eisenhower asked Con-
stress for Sl.OO0.000 to study blue
prints of the estimated $20,000,-
000 bridge,
Tjyo Helpers Did:
p How Facing Trial A
For Taking ClolhS j
Two men who fgave their occu
pations as "helper" face trial in
U.S. District Court for having help helped
ed helped themselves last night to blan blankets
kets blankets and clothing owners had left
their property at the C u r u n d u
Laundry to be washed. The cnarge
is burglarp ;
After two previous recent bur bur-glories
glories bur-glories at the Army laundry,
Military Police ley in wait last
night for marauders. ;-: '..'"
They caught Gregorio Aguilar,
21, Panamanian, and Elias Monte
meyer, 28, Panamanian, botn res-
ldents of Panama city.
One door of the laundry was bro
ken during the commission of the
In Balboa Magistrate's Court to today
day today both Aguilar and Montemeyer
waived preliminary hearing and
were bound over te the higher
court for trial.
Bail for each man was axed at
$508. It has not been posted.
Trespassing oh the Red Tank
dump netted a fine of $5 today
for Jose Fernandez. 44. Panama
nian, when his case was heard
in Balboa Magistrates Court t
Bre aches
stalra lost aa Riding
waa e-
merging front the- c
room, around e corner.
Tho Operetien, Sergeant bel bellowed
lowed bellowed "Attentienr m a loud end
clear voice reserved- for the De Department
partment Department of tho Army Inspector
General's annual viait. 1
'. The lieutenant beamed at this
fine example of military courte courtesy,
sy, courtesy, and just a spHt-aecond before
meeting the general face to face
retaliated quite clearly, "At
ease; carry on,"

- :
v ,1-
Judge's Bench

Arias said legislation on wages
was required "to insure the cor correct
rect correct application of the principle

ui equai pay ior equal work, e-
quality of ODDortiinttv
employe." t .r'.
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t?hJ:!1 .'"
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tah U-tah Feb. 7 (UP-, More than 500
Utah prison inmates ended, more -than
11 hours of rioting today by
releasing all hostages and surrend surrendering
ering surrendering all weapons.
. None of the men who A ad been
held since before 7 p.m. yesterday
appeared- to have been harmed
before they walked from the eon-vict-held
7 1 ,
They, were preceded by twe
convicts, armed robbers illy
Randall and Joe Veldex who who-turned
turned who-turned ever te authorities the
weapons they had taken, from a.
captured sentry turret. .,
Randall carried a- machine gum
He handed it to a guard, then cava
the officer the ammunition clip for
ine weapon. He nirnea to another
guard, calmly opened his jacket
and took a revolver from hia belt.
The inmate opened the chamber
te show there were five bullets in
the pistol and then, with a flourish.
surrendered it;--.--'. '-.,
The convicts said they had 23
hostages. The "official" count dur
ing the most confusing and Choe Choe-tic
tic Choe-tic night in Utah Prison history
hsd ranged from 17 to 18. The civ civilians,
ilians, civilians, including several young
members of a church basketball
team, 'came out so rapidly that
an immediate count .was impos impossible.
sible. impossible. " :. I
Hungarian Police
Arres! 26 Persons
On Suspicion :
VIENNA. Feb. 7 (UP)" Com Communist
munist Communist Hungarian police have ar
rested 28 persona on suspicion of
engaging in "anti-state activities,"
Radio Budapest announced today.
Conviction on such offenses is
punishable by death. '
The arrests were made in what
appeared to be an extensive cam campaign
paign campaign by the puppet Janoa Radar
regime against "counter-revolu-tionalries"
Communist termino terminology
logy terminology for ail' who oppose the Com Communist
munist Communist regime. -'.
Budapest press reports reaching
here today said Hungarian govern government
ment government troops also raided a factory
in suburban Budapest and seised
"great quantities', of weapons.
Raids on university dormitories
and the arrests ef students and
teachers were reported early this
Speak Boy; ;,.;;
For Cains;
DETROIT. Feb, T (UP) -Peter
Stina. M. taid today he .was
charged and booked by police for
trying to promptly pay fiae tor v
jay-walking. . :
OfficTt. who' said he had at attempted
tempted attempted bribery, reported S t i a
tossed 820 bill at them when they
handed aim the ticket.

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! In Connection with "Casual Bystander's" letter in your Mail
B6x of Jan. auow me, a reumi U.S.. citizen with many years
5 Canai service enaoiing my acqiiaintaiiCe wiva au classes m uus
: line republic, to say rntu aouw.e iam ana goobieaegooK run run-arouns
arouns run-arouns did not osi&inate wita tfie jfanamaiuans anu are not
cnaancterKtlc of uiem. .
... is evioent tnat the Canal Zone brush, of fs have not per permeated
meated permeated Bystander s areamy intellectual aome. as ne is still dream dreaming
ing dreaming of the good old days when rauroad -tickets were re-used until
they wore out. in those days various strings were pulled Jy loage
and ihorch members to get more for tnemselves tnan otner xti xti-low
low xti-low wodkers got.
Old tamers of any class are not wanted in Canal Zone quar quarters
ters quarters or hospitals ana sympathy Is an onknown element in the
present shoffle. V
nnimat This dfinoDulation troeram originated by

"Whiskers" twenty years ago Is
M.cnnlnir 4s fnr tnllra wnn
no nest egg it is your, hard luck
of it when you were a big snot
hi soare in our narer is

complaints' Of one sort and another. Too little i time and space
is devoted to the good things in life or praise for 'those who
help us t see the good things. v "M-"
I would like to take some time now to give thanks and praise
to one of the most wonderful, praiseworthy men I have ever
met He has'done more for, the people of the Canal Zone, or at
least part of the Canal Zone! in the short time he has been here,
than any man or woman I have ever heard of. f He JsRev. Mil Milton
ton Milton K. Leidig, pastor of the Curundu Protestant .Church.
He has guided many people from the dark roads of heUo
the Light road of our Lord. He has given many people the
rtngth and courage to A1?ftjZ
to face life with a smile and look for the good things. He has
ZX 3r3t us the way to 'ChristanIfjver anyone can,

call himself .a son 01 uoa, cau n;?' ,p
ridlfc Has trie right to do so.
ltlX"Knithls bsis any doubts, I 'would advise him
or her tortslt Rev? Leidig's Sunday School Class, oi- t?, come to
ne Of his sermons on Sunday morning. L
A "Warm-hearted church" can only be (as warm as the fire
started and fed In the hearts of the congregation by its pastor.
Anfaya GoTb kSliHSSg their wonderful work
1 know that I pnd my family will pray for the continuance of

his guiding nana.



This is In answer to InteresteYiroy 5 Ifajrw. who clMmsie
doesi't Van anv "teen-are )imeTh;;ith 13-var-"ld
dauphtef: This is a big laugh. mcaen did the soWirj
tart robbing the cradle: Parent tfelinou'Sricy causes most ; ?of
thrtomOTalSltuations that arise with tdft ''teen-agers and.U
the soldier wasn't stationed here in pana,ma and tb. Canal Zone,
then this father would Wame Ws,daightetVbad conduct ion

daughter, and I also have a rt hcmiff in the States We nwr
had this problem of going out with soldiers, even at the heleht
of either war. What this Interested Father No. 2 needs is a Jit-

t16 ,Hnclalmato have been In the armv 25 long years. He;;of
course doesn't remember the times when he was a. teen-ager, and
of tha thing he did, or what his parents told him to dp.
He should teach his daughter the fncts of life,-and keetj hfir
home after dark. No soldier that I know, or anvorw knows,
would be taking a 5,1-year-old girl to movie, much less go on
a date with her, unless he was mentaUv unstable -.
I have one thing, to say for you Canal Zone "25 percenters
who think the soldier is a bum nd no rood. I hone your sonn
don't ever lata the armv. as we wouldn't want to hove anybody
that isn't 100 American. Most of you griiws talk the same
wav Stalin did when he was alive, and if anvbodv starts n real
movement to help the ".teen-age situation" in the Canal Zone,
then It will be the Army. .
, r.. .i-il.. v, tlmt in An unmntMna fthnnt their own

1,1, (.iimaiia iia'c
VM. they have to flmoe arout

voluntered, and we didn't ask to come to this stinking command,
so plea take care of voit own kids, and you. win find this "teen-

Annthnr thine, most of the
Club hnute durlne school lunch
worst mannered persons I have
no anring chicken.
Thev dont cafe who they
don't care what kind of filthy

are around or even when otner chnaren are arouna.
Whv dont you Canal Zoners wake no. and get your own

. movement aolng to bnild your
sters. I will donate ru to tnis

Tbei'i what many delighted women say when
they set their cherished diamond set in a neu
Cass Tastlich mountings! Bring your diamond
in t'tday! Choose one of the lovely new gold
mountings from Paris. :



for readers of The Panama Amarican.
just getting up 8team The brusn
swallow It -like YOU. If VOU have
and yoa should have thought
m uie ..pwaw; .v
William worKer.
usuallygiven over to gripes and
A New Christian.
w t
tne ooys wno were aruu nr
teenagers T've seen in the Balboa
time, with exreotlons. are the
ever met in my life time, and I'm
nush. shove or bump, and they
languaira they use when ladies
own club fo the teenage young
cause mywr.
A disgusted Soldier.


for Just a
few dollars!


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This Senate investigation of la
bor racketeering may aiso tmn
inio aa iiivesvifcaviou ot some laoor
lawyers who are go faititiiil io
their retainers, i emphasize some
lanof' lawyers those attorneys
who do extra-legal worn or their
Tne Senate probers have run
right into a bloc of such barristers
wno are real mouwpieces tor some
loudmouths. It is not so much the
group of atiorneys wno jnereiy ad
vise meir cuents m.the techmaues
of the, law and the sundry amend
ments Denina wnicn to hide that
has angered the Senate sleuths.
It is a smaller band which tightly
rings the hoods with all sorts of
protective services that has raiseu
wieir ire most, ; .,,....
Committee searchers won't say
who they mean, but thy hav".
come across lawyers wnp are
payoif men for tha quick-buck
crowd now being probad. This
aimple awiteh of cah. The
lawyer, as an xampi, billt the
ciiam union for 120,000. Ho than
turn half of it ever to a luspaet luspaet-ad
ad luspaet-ad official, hood, relative or just
good friend of the outfit,
Then there are lawyers who' be become;
come; become; Dart of the cnnanirjiu hv
fronting as public relations men
for' Criminal' forres fnoMa that
crawling communitv of unions now
under attack bv all aides: inrlnd-'
ing me national Af ir-ciq leader-
snip, ine aenate committee knows
of cases where lawyers for' some
oi me tougnest hoods in the busi
ness made the rounds of newsmen
seeking to destroy the, reputation
ui critics ana ne crusading labor
i-iiicis now on ine ottensive.
The Committee is Un
disturbed, by those lawvers
are reiamed by a union and iM
vi vi me inemoersmp'S dues IilOT. IilOT.-cy
cy IilOT.-cy to represent it. vet dpfenrt ;
i i .
nion officials accused of stealing
some of that same dues" money.
What has angered the committee
is the fact that some of the sus
pected union chiefs use th upMn'J

Labor News

iawyer.,as tnough -he '.were- ; tneirinibi, .tji : inn SvninoiA

. """.""SiipwiUj.uut. ui' inn-,
cynical cniei s own. pocket. The
mwyer meoreucaiiy is paid by all
members to protect them even
against the union's nffir-iaWnm
The committee feels that, these
auuwu uiaijuamy -n e m m-sclves
sclves m-sclves instead of advising amnion
of steaUnfrom fa union treasury
ui a oensiun ana weifara frnirt-
This la tha laiatt mriWaI (hli'i
lawyara show'd do If Kho v

nev.aiaW XJLX.fP? aminarsEjiq anm

but to Mm k3 ;r'"'''iwia unr delegate Krishna Men Men-put
put Men-put n thorn by tha union foem. Ln .Ev(,hw TJftr?,nnri. nti

berthfo. thav could aCtnalluL .Mi
dean houta fait enough.) T h a y
could coopcrata with tha Senate
eommitte, the prebert fael. In Instead,
stead, Instead, whan tha,, counselors are
queti0ed, they clam tio -and,
claim they cannot talk about a
diant-lawyar rtlatjonhip.
ine senate committee attitude
probably will be to treat this band
o lawyers as co-conspirators But
i Bnuuia pe maae clear that though
weir is uTnauon over other law
us wno anvise weir clients on
laicine tne Fifth AmpnHm.nt
refusing to answer aucrinne h
-.i.a-c F'wr win .not confuse
nese counselors with the crooks.
This second band of lawvers sc-
tuaMy is a greater menace to the
Sinn jn-uDing -ot certain unions
than is the sleazy crowd itself.
Jon can't diff deep imless you
have a union's book. Fmm h...
on out it looks like some of these
volumes win be rare indeed. Tlie
Senate will-he forced to, go into
court to force unions to haul the
records into Washington. This
could take a year or more. By
that time this probe could be a
musty file.
Hnless. of course, the AFT..rm
hish command, now meetin? in
Miami Beach, calls nn th iw
lasers also to heed its new Code
of ethics. 3
The code simple says that the
me has come for labor leaders
to realize that thev are really of
ficcrs of semi-nublic orcanization
and that their morality, ethics
anl conduct therefore must mat0i
toose we expect of our nuhlie rrff
r als in the highest niaces And
the severs" h""dred lawvers nre-
sumablv. should see t0 it that the
interest of all are protected not
lust tne leadership.
Most of tN labor lawvers reco-
nire tbfs.n There are some who
noi't. These the one who way
he probed. They are of the law,
not a Dove it.
1000 sa1ln reams
eatlbte rates indwaa rocSo
Kajry Ak-CaadlHoaed ft TV
CaM A4ra: TVtT.rr

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Walter Wincheil

wi i .. 7
Adlai Stevenson, the Democrats'
ix favorite, is now Number One
Man with San Francisco's Mrs. T.
Jefferson Davis, 'Jri. The Rex
JIarrison-Lili Palmer' abrogat i o n
.stage. Their .barristers cannot a'
gree on terms., Jane Garner, kin
to' FDR's veep in Texas (she re
cently separated from her hus
band), duets with Chandler host
Jack- Browne .i.-' intimates are
struggling to save one of the fam
ed -femmo ;athlete?, wno tookvto
:the;4tionbwiiut the crash oi a
Ion, affaur Cornelius Vander
bilt, Jr. I chums, insist Mrs. AnnJ
Needh am ... Greta Garbo, who: is
on a- united Nations kick, rendez
), ?iL ts . . 1 1 JT
who has almost as much wealth
fttf t.ha i mv, iAl1nf,r Atta ha v
Diplomat James Cromwell..: The
Rubirosas are 3'ing ... Jet test-pilot
Bart Strickland discovered time
flies faster when he's with Dolly
Drake of "Li'l Abner."
F.rom th,e Editorial page of The
uurnam aun, uurnam, N. C:
" "The Mad Bomber of New York
nas been caught. The law has to
be careful about confessions. A
man can be cracked enough to con-
less raisely just as (he mad bomb
er needs must be mentally defi
cient: With, the arrest, New York
breathes easier. A shadow has been
luted. It is of interest that the snln.
tion of the mystery was the work
of a newspaper, Tha N.Yi Journal Journal-American
American Journal-American baited the bomber into
exposure. Walter Wmchell had
part It is an hour of glory for
Suzanne' Brnrd, recently
ha "Ntwi lim' nvm.
the "Newt Face" rovua, and
Ralph Lowe of"Pamn. Yankea"
are uh huhnays ... One of thota
Greek zillioaaires almost slugged
a cafe socialite at EI Morocco.
Cirl troubla.Jama McKinlay
Bryant can bo found at Madal Madal-aina't
aina't Madal-aina't because Emmy Lou Carl Carlson
son Carlson it tha covalluro Countess
Peggy Dorolla and youthful fin financier
ancier financier Gane Owen wore Topic
"A" at the Villa Victor in Syos Syos-sat,
sat, Syos-sat, L. I. Tha Ronoy-Plaza't
Bamboo Room murals ware done
by Shirley Tattersfield, beautiful
Philly.Ma!nlinar...Miaml Beach's
nawatf omballlshmont is tha Har Harbor
bor Harbor Island Spa, which opened
yesterday. Larry Paskow put a
million into it -.the Milwaukee
beeron ... One of th stockroom
boys (ho drosses very ly
Leegne) working m Do SUva'a,
Sixth Ave. clothier's (soar 47th j
it reportedly tha grandson of an
African monarch.
Dick Hayme1 brother Bob bat
lost his heart again. She is Joan
Van Pelt, the beauty on the Steve
Allen show ... Marty Mills, long longtime
time longtime beaumance of Nanette Fabray
now spins dizxily around Elizabeth
Allen. She's the Away W Go!"
gal on the Jackie Gleason pro program
gram program ... La Fabray gives most of
her time to James Downey, Jr. of
the poouiar Eighth Ave. restaurant
tribe Felix Young's new spot
(near his former L'Aigloo in Mia Miami
mi Miami Beach) is getting the wealthy!
crowd.. Jiarkness Pavilion's check-1
op dept. tin one day last week) had
Robert Montgomery, Arthur God-1
frey, Dave Garroway'and Cole
Porter. Mrs. J. M. Schinc carr out
with' a complete ksy i- Sandra i
Omrra fin tha annit-riua "Hnli4
for Lovers") is a niece (via med-
oiagei ot Britain s rnme Kintster
Hacmiuaa Latent sbowgal diet:
Half quart milk, 20 raisins, bana
na, sard boilea egg and teaspoon
of butter.. Mix all ia a Mender and
enjoy. Only 751 calories, i
First Nighters win wince when
A Hole ia the Head" premieres.
Many will recognize themselves
Long Day s Journey, the top
drtma click, just distributed 150..


Th l is Worldthe Motto's Perfect; Son",

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in Broadway history ... Mrs. Mil Milton
ton Milton Berle iRuth Cosgrovej lost her
iainer ueueo oy a stroKe) the night
he arrived at Miami Beach ... Judy
iyier, wno cucKea in .ripe uream
(her first Broadway show), stars
at Ruban Bleu tomorrow merit ...
Elvis Presley's admirers in Brit
ain named a street for.hira In York Yorkshire,
shire, Yorkshire, Presley Drive..; Colyums re reported
ported reported that ''Zsaf-Zsa' dated John
Mills at the Colony. She was sister
Eva .. Columnist Fred nth man
bought a house and 13 a a-cres
cres a-cres in Virginia for $43,000 a few
years ago. 'Just got" an offer 'of
,uw per acre

xne cotton uub Show (Miami out hii version of the hit...- They "Now, that" is really an igno-Bea-ch),
a terrific crowd-getter j say the .next Calypso click wi I ranee of fundamentals. Just think
may start, a new trend hr cafes : be '.'Marianne" U. Miles. DaVid,. it Eve, m the Garden -of Eden,

ortenng girl-shows ... Th ( S4.5Q
miuimum can do usea tor fcaver-
ages of food. Th latter eantlara
or cnicxan or Barbecued spare
ribs (or a portidh of both), a
dash of col slaw, coffee, tea or I

mine piut- lea cream. No salad, is unoraped) was bitten hard on : ;
no sea food. No silverware. No the nose and face by tfiem'at the Not many people' realize how
tablecloth. Real napkin because. 5 o'clock spot the other night. She the tactics of one potent Congres Congres-"paper
"paper Congres-"paper onas tot just s much" can't cook them u she needs then sional committee .chairman can

say landlord George Welnger.
His laundry bills are ''nothing'
His 'swiftly paced one hour and
45 minutes show (starring Callo Calloway)
way) Calloway) costs only $12,000 a Week...
A cast of 40 ... "I can't buy any
nam act for. that money that
daytl" ha punch-lined. "Too ma many
ny many acts forced us into this new
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; rati Tf Scrrice Till 1I:N pja.
Effkieat Astenna fnstalUtion'
Oasranteed Reception ; l

It'a your SET. . but

Mew York
gold mine. Wo couldn't afford to
give them their astronomic 'sala.
ries I'' ... Translation: On of tha
top spots In show business is gone
for "stars,", who outpriced them themselves
selves themselves out of a Miami holiday.
an oldie that even in Trmidad n
one knows its papa. Eric Darlinj

vuu uu&.iy uV, tewi.j nu rc -fc ought area,r says Kerr, "I was
orded it. with a. group) rates th. .mazed to read that he even mis mis-credit
credit mis-credit for its click, say. insiders I a hfliH tre ti-

ueiafonte missed ''The Banana
Auab.' iuu. anu 'wa xurcecr lo. itif i
T i- J t J )
exec ed of Sponsor mag, is oh the

mepa ionowing major surj anenottt.weep; aa .appltf and t peach, what
Hill Hosn Back af his busy "rlei :'a barren world thi vonM Av i

next weejt; stripteasmg isn't ea
sy. Siska 'and He 'Macaws (th
birds peek off her apparel until she
ifor her novel routine ... That both-

ons thing sloshing around Rad o ot people, such : a chairman is
City in the slush wearing galosh' Praham Barden, .charming, court court-too
too court-too large of her tootsies was Aut- W. Congressman from North Caro Caro-rey
rey Caro-rey Hepburn .;. The Runyon Car-08, who for years has exercised
cer Fund received ten wills last one-mafl rule over the House Edu-

week. Thanks to the Newark State
Ledger for its recent donations tb-
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senhower made it clear to Repub
hcan Concessional chiefs at a
closed-door White House meeting
the other day that civil rights leg
islation is at the too of his "must'
list for Congress. The wato lick
the would-be filibusterers against
civa rights. Eisenhower said,' is
to beat them to the punch
"II we hope to get a bill tnrougn
'his session we must get started
on it right away," he declared
"The longer we wait, the greater
the chance of running into umt-
kiling filibuster."
The President 3 apparently f iiad
studied- senate r filibustering tac tactics.'
tics.' tactics.' jtX&t'?'
"if we wait until May or June
to get the bill out of committe
and 6nto the Senate floor," he
continued, 'the chances of approv
al are mighty, giim, it seems to
me V";.?:V4'- i.' -ii'.,;1"
Ike referred, of Course to ; t h e
fict that filibustering tactics are
always most effective toward Che
end of a session: when members
are tired and want .to go home. ?
House' GOP -leader Joe Martin,;
has no filibuster problems,1 was
somewhat more enthusiastic than
his Senate counterpart. Bill Know-
land of California. Knowland as
sured Eisenhower of his support.
but said the final outcome would
depend as much on northern Dem Democratic
ocratic Democratic liberals as. on his Senate
GOP Cohorts,
"lfrwe get" to your civil rights
program in time we'll pass it,.
i.t f resident," intoned the deep deep-voiced
voiced deep-voiced Calif ornian. i "I'll do th e
lit I can."
Not Shortly thereafter, the
Sanato Constitutional Rights sub subcommittee
committee subcommittee voted 5 to 2 against
tne. President. Sen. Tom Hon.
nings (Mo.) and; O Mahonoy
(Wyo.), both Democrats, voted
with tne Prsldnt's idea of im.
mediate consideration of th ci civil
vil civil rights bill. But three Repub Republicans
licans Republicans Waricins (Utah), Langjr
(N.D.), and Hruska (Nab.) vot voted
ed voted wnn two southern Democrats,
Johnston (S.C.) and Irvin (N.C.),
to delay consideration.
Sen, Robert Kerr' Democrat.
writes in his latest newsletter to
UKiaAoma constituents that ho s
jroblems j
. "During5 hisf xecent iour of the
. ree on the Oklahoma farm he vis
i fi.r a . ir.
hadn't known the difference be-i
block legislation affecting millions
Nation and Labor Committee. His
past delayed new schools and high
er minimum wages. ; ,
The other day, a group of Young
Turk Congressmen revolted a-
gainst Barden's long-time une-man
rule. They- won part of their bat bat-tic.
tic. bat-tic. .But he won the right to block
Negro Congressman Adam Clayton
v owell, the Harlem Democrat who
bolted to Ike. t ;
The inside story indicates how
legislative battles are sometimes
deriled backstage' oil Capitol Hill.
The youncj Turk Congressmen,
Udall oi Arliaona,, Mate a If ef
Montana,' Roosevelt of Califor California,
nia, California, Thompson of Nw Jrsey,
and Mrs, Croon of Oregon, had
csrefully planned their strategy
for six months. They oven sent
Jimmy Roosevelt n a s"? ret
mission to Texas last month t
clear their p'ans with Speaker
Riyburn. -V T- )
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4 -Macbeth
9 Henry
vra -.
1J Humorist, -George
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15 Vegetable;
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24 French
novelist -,
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45 Swelling
48 Draws back
4f Exaggtrate

152 Honey drink
A3 Upon
4 Tear
58 Clubs '-58
58 '-58 Endosures
17 Elders (ab.)
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.( So," when- the Labor Committea
met, the Ybung Turks were ready
vith a new set of rules, dratted
by Udall,' which they planned to
Tiim down Hardens throat.
They felt confident of Republicaa
support if a test vote was needed.
i Harden, however, outsmarted
them. Secretly he had his own
new set of rules drawn up, sur surrendering
rendering surrendering part of his power, but
not all. He also slipped a copy -Rep.
Sam McConneU'of fenusj fenusj-vania,
vania, fenusj-vania, top-ranking Republican on
the Committee.
Barden knew, of course, that
McConnell was on the spot. Re Re-publicad
publicad Re-publicad orators had publicly be-'

raieu caraen-ior namstringing la labor
bor labor legislation vet aetuallv th
didn't want much labor leeislaHnn
-fonly, enough to win votes. Bar-
den Knew, therefore, that McCon McCon-neu
neu McCon-neu would ao along with hi. ni
to keep certain controls in corner
vuve nanus.
Sure enough.' McConnell eallerl a
confidential caucus of the GOP
Committee members, deeded to
back the Democratic Chairman a a-gainst
gainst a-gainst other rebellious Democrats. 1
When the full Committee' met
Barden has his strategy-all "set. 5
i "Every person in the United
States is affected hv what 4. .fan
here," he partially surrendered.
'The Committee's iurisdictinn and
scope have grown so much that I
have decided subcommittees
should be 'appointed."-! '
' This meant that he' could no
longer bottle un lesrislatinn in th
full Committee.
I am DroDOsini? a reMtitin Vm
be adopted today by the memberi
of the Comm'ttee,: be said.
The Young Turks, who were
ready with their, own resolution,
perked up their ears.
tan we consider the provisions
one at a time?" inquired Young
I1. ..1. i a .
4u irieitau ui xuoniana. ; t :
"No!" declared Barden, annoys
ed. He then launched into a Jialf-
hour lecture, winding up with a
reading of his new rules, reserv reserv-ing
ing reserv-ing for nimself the right to appoint
subcommittee chairmen and mem members,
bers, members,
JI move the adoption' of the res resolution
olution resolution 1" said Congressman Ralfh
Gwinn (R.. N.Y.). one of the most
reactionary Republicans jn C 0 n n-gress.
gress. n-gress. Another Republican second
ed tne motion. 4'
"Mr. c Chairman.": interrupted
Metcalf, "will the resolution be o o-pen
pen o-pen to amendment by tbe Commit Committee?',!
tee?',! Committee?',! -':M;.a' '-4-. '.'-.v'-?"'
Barden was now irritated -"Weil."
he growled., "if you're
going to butcher it' all up, I don't
want any or. it", i
.'By flow Adam Clayton ).P owell
had arrived in t he Committee
room. ; : ; :
"Mr. Chairtnan." he inquired
meekly, "are the subcommittee
chairmen gomg to be appointed
according to seniority? He knew
that if seniority prevailed, he would
be a subcommittee chairman). He
also, knew Barden didn't want him
as such. !-
No!" declared Barden. "be
cause of complication" wjVv
- Edith Green of Oregon came (o
Powell's defense by offering a for for-mal
mal for-mal motion in opposition to Bar Barden,
den, Barden, calling for seniority ia ap appointing
pointing appointing subcommittee chairmen.
All; eyes turned to Powell, whose
turn it was to make a plea for
fair play.. He-merely offered a
meek second s to i Representative
Green's motion. f,
Whn th yots wr talliad,
ardi won, ) t against
wall. Not a single Republican
voted for Powell, though th Mar.
lem Democrat had campaigned
for Eisenhower and swung thog thog-i
i thog-i sands f Negro Votes In Nevam-bar-
Representative MeCoraoll
eaar his vet first,; in a 1 a u d
ylc. Other Republicaa fallow.
d suit. .. f.
Most important result of all' this
maneuvering is that .,..
tees will now handle labor' and
school, problems vend looi.i.u.
will not be bottled un by Barden
in: one big central committee.
Antwtr to Previous Puzzfr
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42 Mausoleum ,'
43 Eye layer
44 Flesh food
46 Famous
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40 Noblemen

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So vie Government To Slash
Arms Expenditures By 61 :

MOSCOW. Feb. 7 (UP) The

Soviet government announced to

day, it ia slashing 1957 arm ex

peaditures fcy almost 6 per cent
and cutting the expansion rate of
the nation's industry by about, 50

per' cent.
.' The cuts were called for in1 a
n new government budget ami
amended five-year economic ulan

presented to a joint meeting of

the Supreme Soviet (Parliament)
which convened for the first time
... since the upheavals in Poland and
Wutu'arv hl

' The two houses of Parliament
adopted an agenda calling for a
maor ; debate on Soviet foreign
policy and "questions vaffecting
the international situation."
. .All top leaders of the govern government,
ment, government, with, one exception, attends
. ed- the, session. Missing was De-'
fense Minister Marshal Georgi
Zhuko"v, !who was visiting India.
..Deputy Premiers, Lazar Kagano-
, vich and Georgi Malenkov and
i. Foreign Minister Dmitri Shepilov,
were among those seated on the
a government benches. v ; i
,. Arms Cut of Six Billion
.' Finance Minister: Arseni Zverev
- introduced the 1957 budget calling
for a cut in arms appropriations
' of more- than 6 billion rubles.

(This amounts to a reduction of
about 1V4 billion dollars at the
; unrealistic exchange rate of 4
rubles to a dollar."-
Zverev announced a 1957 arms
budget of 96.7, billion rubles. He
said this' totalled 18 per cent of
the entire budget as comparel
.. with 18 per cent last year.-. -v.

This was' the second straight
vear that the Soviet Union bad

announced a reduction of its visi
ble military budget. r

The finance minister said the

government was cutting military
expenditures because It wanted to

reduce its armea forces.
- Earlier. Deputy Premier Mik

bail G. Pervukhin, top Soviet
economic planner, told Parlia Parliament
ment Parliament that overall expansion of, the

nation s ?; inausiry wouia oe re

duced by almost half in 1957,' as

compared with 1956.
"'. "j Target Affected '' ,

Pervukhin did not refer to a cut
in present production but only in
planned targets over and above

the current levels. f

He explained the cut in targets

was made to 'avoid "excessive

strain" on the economy in carry

ing out the revised five-year eco
npmic plan. i

xne cutDacK nad Been expected

since last December when the

Communist Party Central Com

mittee described the original five five-year
year five-year plan announced Jast. year as

" Pervukhin said that nonetheless

emphasis will Te laid on heavy
industry which is to remain the

center, of the national economy.

He 'said t h a t increased coal.

electrical power,? metal anl other
heavy industry production." were
needed to provide the Soviet army

wun "toe most modern technical
equipment." !.
THe new budget introduced to today
day today calls for estimated revenue
of 614.8 billion rubles, with expen expenditures
ditures expenditures of 603.8 billion rubles.


Soviets Turn Border

lntO;:;Rejijgees Deathtrap

. BUDAPEST, Feb. 7 (UP) Rus
' sian and Hungarian troops yester

day turned the area along the Yu

goslav border into a zone oi aeam
i to prevent more refugees from es-
caping. "-':V
' Radid Budapest said persons

' caught trying ta cross the border
unlawfully would be shot on sight

" for violating "internal security.
' i" "Those- entering or staying in

side this zone without any permit called to account," the ra

dio said in quoting a government

-diet.' J A

Yugoslavia reported last week
that 15,000 Hungarians had fled to

Its protection. A total of 170,000

escaned to v Austria and some still

j continued to trickle acroisthe

'i Austrian ftontierespitfeliterir

Hungarian military efforts1 to 'Stop

the flow. -f
The crackdown oh refugees coin coin--
- coin-- elded; with further e f f o r t a. ; to
: smash anti-communist sentiment
among' stulents.i a ':
, vi Report 10 lttd
The government press reported
that three teachers, and seven stu stu-.
. stu-. dents from Budapest University
, were' seized yesterday in raids de designed
signed designed to: "make sure that no dis disorder
order disorder would-hinder lectures."
i . Similar raids which netted sev sev-,
, sev-, eral students and a cache of arms

- and rebels leaflets were reported
, Sunday, the day before Budapest
:' University v opened for the first

uptime since the Oct. Z3 uprising.

. The schools at the uniyersity

were as quiet today as they were
yesterday when the doors opened.
The government appeared to be
pressing its advantage to restore
iron discipline throughout the
The press indicated that a meet meeting
ing meeting between Interior Minister
French Muennich and Minister, of
Stite Gyorgy Maosan, the two
strong men of the Janos Kada

regime, would result in cancella

tion of amnesty for certain classi

fications of rebels who laid down
their, arms under a general am

nesty procla-med Nov. 4.
... f. Restoring .Order

,'iThe press aaid the alks:were

aimed vat 'restoring discipline,

puwic security, order and the pro
letarlan dictatorship."

The crackdown : at the border

was indicative of the tough meas

ures being authorized.

Noting that the order closing
the Yugoslav border was the same
as that "presently in force" along

tne Austrian border, the govern

ment forbade ah but those on

legitimate business from entering
the area.
Supreme Profecutor Goza Szen Szen-asi
asi Szen-asi told a meeting of public prose

cutors: "We have two alterna alternatives:
tives: alternatives: tough government or anar anarchy.
chy. anarchy. There Is no third possibility."
: He reported 29 persons had been

sentenced to death so far under

martial law and 5 had been, exe executed.
cuted. executed. He said 193 persons had
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West North East
' Pass Pass Pass

: Opening lead 4

The opening bid of three tio

trumn is rare, because it shows

a count of 25 to 27 points, a bal
anced distribution and stoppers

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'OPERATION' ROWBO AT As flood-waters continued to Inun Inundate
date Inundate the low parts of Chattanooga, Term'., rowboats were the
best means of transportation. Had it not been for .the pro pro-.tection
.tection pro-.tection of TVA dams In the area, this could ,have been the
t worst ilood there since 1886.'

Rational Guard Leader
Strikes Back Af Pentagon


A National Guard teller, striking

back at Pentagon critics, said to

day the Army could train, young

11 O.UU JKlUio -: ; - , ...,1.1. fl..

in all suits; You seldom get thM'Pfinea.

kind fv hand, but it's gooa to,w." "!"".''

know how to handle It when it'.oi us program.

J Mai Gen E. A. Walsh, presi

thSTca Nh" hpyent V P- National Guard j,
t.n af vmi ? iisuallv exuect a'said in an interview that he re

jects, arguments by the Army and

Defense Secretary cnaries. Ji. wi

to nass. You usually exuect a

bad result whin you pick up as

bad a hand. as: North's but m

this case North couia nope ior
& nroflt because of the tremen

dous strength shown by South's
opening bid, ,
' West opened the four of clubs,
and South had (o make the key

play at the first tricK. He naa
ti Dlay a low club from dummy

and win with the king in his

own hand. It wouia nave Been

poor' play to put up the ten of
clubs and let dummy win the

first trick.
Th noint is that South was

sure of three club tricks wheth-.:
er or not he won the first trick

in the dummy. If he tooK me

first trick In the dummy, ne

would never eet back there: but

if he took the first trick in his
own hand, he could win a later
club trick with the jack or ten.
South wanted a later club
trick, after' he had gotten the
ace and kin of diamonds out

of the way. Hence ne won me
first club in his hand, cashed
the top diamonds, and then led
a low club. This guaranteed
thwn oinhff three diamonds, and

the three top cards in spadesi

and hearts.
If South wins the first club In
dummy, he makes only two dia diamonds,
monds, diamonds, and this.eostj him the

gtafto. contract. ,V o
9 Die In Blast
Of Dynamite Site

VIENNA, Feb, 7 (UP) Nine

workers were killed in a dynamite

factory explosion at Fuezfoe, Hun

gary, three days ago, radio uaa uaa-pest
pest uaa-pest reported today.
Fuezfoe is 'about 120 miles east

of Budapest.
The Communist broadcast said
several workers were injured.
Cause of the blast was not known.

been tried by special courts1 es

tablished under martial law, and

denounced as a lie" reports mat
17,000 Hungarians had been jailed
in connection with the 'rebelliOri.

son that all suardsmen neea ai

least six months basic drill.
s But Army Secretary Wilber M
Brucker and Gen. Maxwell I)

Taylor, Army chief: Of staff, stuck
,to their guns during two hours of
close questioning by a House

Armed. Services subcommittee.

Army's recent decision t0' require
They s t o u 1 1 y defended the
all icuard recruits to take six-

months active duty, beginning Ap

ril 1.,- :
Guard leaders have advanced a
counter proposal calling for an
11-week training program. Under
the present system, no active duty
is required, but guardsmen must

participate in 48 weekly drills
yearly, plus two weeks summer
The Army Guard dispute
reached a boiling point last week
when Wilson said the guard ot

came a "sort of scandal" during
the .Korean War when some

youths joined the guard to avpid
the draft.

Walsh promptly called Wilson's
remark "a damned lie." President

Eisenhower subsequently said Wil

son made a "very unwise state statement'
ment' statement' although hf defended the
proposed six-months program,,. of

, The, House subcommittee opened
public hearings on the whole ques question
tion question yesterday, with Brucker ano
Taylor the first witnesses. "'
Walsh, who will, testify later,
told a reporter he-, disagreed with
Taylor's statement Monday that
six months training is essential if
guardsmen and reservists are to

be capable of performing then then-tasks"
tasks" then-tasks" in case of war.

Say Less Tim Neadod
"If vou wring the water out of

their six (months," he said, "you
find you can do it in a lot less."

He said, for example, tnat ne

Army's six-months program in includes
cludes includes one full month for leaves

and processing. He said it also is

based on a 5V day training week
which, he said, could be boosted
to .daysiv 4 ,' 1 i

Walsh conceded that an- 11-week
training period would not make
the guard as potent a force- as a
longer training course,,
r, f-tAUA-i-') t'Z- '"
"We're always ready for duty,
but citizen soldiers are never go going
ing going to be in the same category as
professionals," he jaid.' "If you re

going to make professionals out of

tnem, you ve got jo xaite tnem on
a 365-day basis." ,
The 'Veterans of Foreign Wars,
meanwhile suggested, to the
House Veterans Committee that
the Army-guard X controversy be
settled by the establishment of
universal military- training a
long-discussed proposal under
which' every fit youth would have
to take some training.

Scout News

Kobbe's Brownies,
Scouts Will Take
Part In Carnival,
Participation in Panama's
coming, Carnival Season by the
Fort Kobbe girl scouts and
brownies was among the high highlights
lights highlights of the plans announced
by the post's Youth Activities
Council at its most recent meet meeting.
ing. meeting. The girls will appear In Pan-'
ama city March 21 as part of
the Isthmus-wide pageant.
Mrs. Mln Eder, neighborhood
chairman for the girl scoutg and
brownies, also reported a renew renewed
ed renewed Interest in both organizations i

in recent weeks, with all troops
being over strength. There are
no vacancies .at present, except
for transferees. S j
Announcement of plans 1 for
the 1957 Kobbe Spring Carnival
by Mrs, Betty Rose,-chairman of.
the Carnival committee, was
another highlight of the meet meeting,
ing, meeting, set for Match 29, 30 and 31,

the Carnival is expected to fur furnish
nish furnish the majority of the prp-

ceeds required to finance tne

f ar-f lune Kobbe Youth Activi

ties for the coming yearv
The boy scouts and cub scouts

have recently had two success

ful : fund-raising ventures:, a
benefit showinj of the movie
"The scdutmaster," and a bake
sale. ;. ;;-'' .7
Tori Kobbe now has a total of
71 boys participating in Little
League baseball, manager. Major
Banks announced. He added
that one major league team, two
minor league teams, and two
farm clubs are playing regular regularly
ly regularly scheduled games.
The kobbe Teenage Club, re reported
ported reported Mrs. jane Appel, is spon sponsoring
soring sponsoring the Teenage- baseball
team competing In the league
competition with Albrook. Cu-

rundu and Clayton.

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MISS CAROLINE JANE SMALL, whose engagement 'to Mr
rwvia John Heinz of Belvldere, 111., has been announced. ;

MaW General and Mrs. Truman H. Lmndon -U1
cocktail party at their quarters at AlUrook tomorrow Bight
Shonorof Mr. Landon's alstei; Mrs. Harry Aylinf and Mr.
and Mrs. William A. Moffitt wno are visiting from Los An An-Idas.
Idas. An-Idas. Mrs. Moffitt is Mrs. Landons niece.
The visitors will leave next Wednesday to travel to
Cnba, Haiti and Jamaica.

i Samll-Hoini
' Kn9snnt
3 Announced 1
' The engagement of Misj Carolyn
' Jane Sanaa" of Curundu to Mr. Da-i
yid John Heinz of Belvidere, Hlir!
Ais hi. 'l)eea announced by her

Snarents Mi.' and Mrs. Frederick

tBrewer; SmalL

i Miss iSmall completed her stu-

dis at Balboa lligu bcoooi m-ian-

f-'Slftaeine,' th aon of Mr. and

waa-&rmerI)r itationed at Ft. Clay Clay-Ston
Ston Clay-Ston as a. member of the 534th

Mrs. Joutr
Will Be Hostess
For Dessert Bridge

Mrs. Co. Joustra will be hostess

st a dessert bridee to be eiven at

Wirt Mermttrtal fop memberu; of

the Rebeeea Club and t H r

guests. The party will be held
Mondav at 12:30.

All proceeds will be used for

charity Tna public is invited.
Miss Mildred Drew 'V
Vlslrs From ' T
Riverside Conn. ;

Miss Mildred Drew has arrived

tv, I onnni niin in Anril from f Riverside "".'C6nn. to visit her

Wedding in vne wanai oe wuun-iu
ina- which "they will make their na who lives at the Tivoll Guest

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Brifl. Oen. Stubbs
Feted. At Buffet

Last evening at the Ft Amador
Officers'" Open Mess, Lt. Col, and
Mrs. Johp G. Appel entertained

with a buifet supper honoring Brie.

Gen. Marshall Stubbs. Cbmmand Cbmmand-me
me Cbmmand-me General. Chemical Corps Ma

teriel Command. Brig. Gen. Stubbs
arrived on the Isthmus Sunday

morning for a five day Visit.'

Guest included Major General

Thomas L. Harrold, Brig Gen. and

Mrs. Louis V. Hightower, Brig.
Gen. and Mrs. W: Napier, Coi
and Mrs. Raymond L: Hill; C o 1

and Mrs. John P. Kaylor, Col. and
Airs.. Israel B. Washburn, Col, and
Mrs; Howard H; Hasting, CoU and

Mrs.1 uprald arl, Col.i and Mrs
Kenneth H. Tando, CoL'-and Mr

Ginei, Perez, Col. and Mrs. Peter

J. Peca, Col. and Mrs. Jamei L.

Frink, 'Jr., C9L- and Mrs; Joseph

aussvum.; ana-Jttra. rwoei M.

Cox,, Col. rnd MY9. Frank D. Mil.
ler, Coli and Mrs. Louis D. Fkri

worth,- Col. and Mrs. Dick A. King,

coi. and Mrs. Kenneth .C. DeGon,
Col. and Mrs. Willard R Sevmour.

Col and 'Mrs.- Josephs 3ft. Walton,
Col. and' Mr. Leonard F." Wilson,
Clo. and Mrs.Donald T. Joes. CoJ.
and Mrs.Alphonse A, Greene Col.
and Mrs.- Robert WixGarrett I t.

Col. and Mrs. William' Ei Cheat-

bam, Mrs. C. B. McMath. Lt. Col.
and Mrs. Georce Heck. It Col

and Mrs; Charles A. Rowan Lt.

Col. and Mrs.' Charles G; Kaiser,
Lt. Col. and Mrs. ElmervG.' Ow Owens,
ens, Owens, Lt; Col. and Mrs. Wendell P.
Knowles, Lt. Col, and;Mf James
N. Herndon, Lt. Col. arid Mrs.
Walter G. Downey, Lt. Col and
Mr. Hugh Osborn, Lt. Coi. rd
Mrs. E. V. Chaildler. Malar 'and

Mrs; Stephen D. Noves." Maior and

Mrs, Robettb Peffclta,riCaptV and
Mrs. John F. Gerritv. Cant, and

Mrs. Walter L. Hickle, ,Mrs. Don
R. George, Capt. and Mrs. San
Smith, Capt. and Mrs. Charles
Smith, Lt. and Mrs.: Richard I
Cator. -.

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ALBROOK TEEN CLUB OFFICERS New' officers of the Albrook AFB Teen Club are,. left to
right, front row: MllUe Gibbs, secretary; Monte Mooney, president; -Penny 'Webb,, treasurer,
Back row: TSgt. and Mrs. Eugene LeMieux,, C lub Advisors; Mrs; Temple Plowman,: Director N
of Youth Activities at Albrook, and Joe Godsey, vice-president. . u

2 Lovers End It
With Bridge Hop


Feb. 7 (UP) Two lovers, frus frustrated!
trated! frustrated! In their efforts to marry,
plunged arm-in-arm to their death

from a '385-foot high railway tres

tle here today.

Police found the shattered

bodies, still enlaced in a last em embrace,
brace, embrace, on the rock strewn bank'
of the Triyere River which passes

under the trestle.

Police said the two, a 46-year-

old man and his fiancee, 26, had

been prevented from marrying by
the strenuous objections of the

woman's parents.

1 Double Dare
CORDOBA, Mexico. Feb. 7 (UP)

-Two brothers with reputations

as t killers dared police today to
take their machetes away from
them. The result: Luciano and
Rodolfo Cado dead of pistol
wounds; the police unscratched.

....ON her third birthday. Parry's

parents gave her a maroon doll

carriage. It had a hood that could
be raised or lowered. It had a

a pedal brake. But to Patty, Its
most 'exciting merit, was the dis

covery that it was spacious e

nough to accommodate Mub and

Chuckles, her stuffed duck and
rag doll, at the same time.

After wheeling them excitedly a a-bout
bout a-bout the living room, she sud

denly decided to take on still an another
other another passenger, As she was stuf stuffing
fing stuffing her brown gingham elephant
between Mub and Chuckles, her
father siad, "Let's see you put up

up the hood, baby."
She didn't understand him. So

he took Babar out of her hand,
set him aside; and raising the


If you are invited to go some somewhere
where somewhere with a crowd it is bad
manners to put off giving a def definite
inite definite answer while you wait to
see If something better comes a a-long.
long. a-long. Either a "Yes" or a "No"
answer lets the rest of the crowd
know whether or not they can
count on you.

j A "Maybe" answer leaves them
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carriage hood begad to explain its

operation, :,

GRADUALLY her feeling of hapj

py certainty toward the doll car.
riage was replaced by one of dis

couragement. By the time she'd

learned to operate the hood to her
father's satisfaction, she'd lost

all interest in taking Babar on
his tour of the house.

She hasn't played much with the

carnage since ;

Children are not the only people

who prefer to work; out use 0 f
their possessions themselves. If

we rer. not allowed to, we adults
lose our interest in them r just as

fatty cid.

If a mother-in-law tells us how

to set the table whenever the

comes to dinner, we'll lose inter

est' in having 'her to dinner. If

Biliy's nursery school teacher is
always hinting that she could raise
him better than we do, we may

drearily think, "Ou, this mother

hood iob is beyond me and I bet

ter go back to work!"

IN these demands to change the

way-wer-rio-something;-- whether

its playing. with a toy. or, raising

a child, we sense hidden criticism
of us and to get rid of the- dis

couragement it arouses- in uM

may just stop doing anything at

ail. .

So, if we wani children, to make
happy use of the toys: we buy
them, it's not very bright to imply

we can use them better.
Billy needs time. to iust sit in

his new automobile before we in introduce
troduce introduce him to its pedals. Kathv

will give her Didy doll's used to
the fun of dressing and undres

sing the doll.

But when we show Impatience

wnn cnndren s' use of new toys,
they solve the problem of our cri criticism
ticism criticism by avoiding the toys.
Murphy Doing Okay
After Operation
- HONG KONG, Feb. 1 (UP) -American
film star Audie Murphy
was reported "doing fine" here
today following an operation for
acute appendicitis."
Murphy.- who 1 is working on a

film here, underwent the opera operation
tion operation yesterday.- United .Artists of officials
ficials officials indicated shooting of the
picture, "The Quiet American",
will be d e 1 a y e d three to four

weeks to permit Murphy com complete
plete complete recovery. .-.



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D Crary, who will visit the Isthmus Tuesday, is shown here
with two patients in. the Portland Unit of the Shrtoers Hos Hospital,
pital, Hospital, which is one of the 17 Crippled Children's Hospitals
sponsored by this organization.' Janal Zone,' Shrlners will
honor Crary and 87 members of his party with a dtaner-dance
to be held Tuesday night at Ft. Amador Officers' Open Mess
Reservations should be made bv Friday with the recorder at
. Tin SfiflR. Balboa

Social and Olk'eMvi&i

. !" ontinute


Available -.-?,.
P Pitliramn'. Bill

choice table at the

19th Annual Canal Zone -Poliee-man's
Ball on March & at the U:
nion Club by calling "now,, Reser Reservations
vations Reservations will be accepted at a n y
hour by calling Balboa 1277, -Tickets,
priced at 51 each, are
obtainable from any.-.Canal Zone
Policeman on the ; Pacific sile
Marlr vnur rholce f Or QueeOU, Car

f" mille Ellis, Becky Abell, C a ? o 1

Voortmeyer, sniriey unn : meyui,
or Billie Sue Spendeft., Return the
marked stub to the poli4e officer
and participate also in the door
prize drawings.
.' You'll have no parking problems
by usini the Civil Attairs Parknig

area and me taxi iacumes pruvi


will hold, an "open house" this
evening at' the Harris residence in
Gatun for WC:: and Mrs. William
" The Naylors, former' residents of
Gatun; are visiting on the Isthmuf
for two weeks before returning to
their, home in Monrovia, Califor California.
nia. California. . 1 :

Rodeo Shows
Will Benefit

The Texas ftodeo will perform
n Thursday and Friday nights al

- Each notica for incluiion In tHil
column hould ba lubmitted- in
'type-written form and mailed eo
the bos number listed daily in 'So-'
eial and Otherwise," or delivered
by hand to the office. Notices of
: meetings cannot be accepted; by.
Numismatic Society
Muli Monday

All members of the Isthmian Nu

mismatic Society are urged to at

tend the monthly meeting to be

held Monday in the Margarita

Clubhouse. A very' interesting nu

mismatic program will be arrang

ed and the Club s Charter Mem
bership cards will be issued. Vis
ltors are cordially invited ,and in

formation is available by calling

3-1268 or 3-1681? 1 ,.
Pacifi Side i-
Da Molay Mothers
The Pacific Side De Molay moth'
ers will meet Saturday at 10 i.m
at the Scottish Rite Temple at Bal
boa. ,. r
Orchid Chapter No. 1 ; i
Meats Tomorrow

A stated meeting of orchid

Chapter No. l Order of the East Eastern
ern Eastern Star will be held at 7:30 p.m.
tomorrow at the Scottish Rite Tem Temple,
ple, Temple, Balboa.
Refreshments will be served.


La Macurena, Panama's bullring,
located in San Francisco de la
Caleta, at 7 p.m. The shows will
be benefit performances, the pro

ceeds to. be shared with, San Mi-

RISING RED Amid recur recurrent
rent recurrent reports that Hungarian
puppet' Premier Janos Kadar
has lost out with the Kremlin,'
observers see Minister of State
Gyoergy Marosan, above, as the
coming top man in the Com Communist
munist Communist Hungarian regime. Ra Radar's
dar's Radar's downfall was predicted
for his failure to win any
semblance of popular,support.

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I. V 1

ALFRED H. HUSTED, sjv Air Force'clvlllaai: employe In Albrook
AFB's Base Accountable Supply, receives a suggestion "award
frgm Lt. Col. Thomas E. Hallifax, Commander, 5700th Materiel
Squadron. Husted proposed a change in lumber storage with
an estimated annual saving of $527. (USAF Official Photo)

Violation Declared in Crash
Over City That Killed Eight


A government air safety expert

testified today that a DC7B air

liner violated its permit if it was

flying over a congested area at

the time it couioea wnn a gei

fichter in California' last : week.

Tha official.: oscar uauce oi me

Civil Aeronautics Board, careful

ly refrained from charging either
the airliner or the F89 jet with

nnv violation of flight rules.

Bakke, oirecior oi me uid ah

Safetv Bureau, told the House

Commerce Committee the school
vard into which the airliner

crashed was "clearly" a congest

ed area. But he balked at accept

ing the assumption that the plane

also was liyuig over a congested


Committee Chairman Oren Har

ris (D-rk), who pressed Bakke to

"call a' spade a spade," said

can't see anything else except a

dereliction on someboly's part."

.Spn'gueriChutchiiSlf; 'ft!

Enforce Rules

Urging the CAB to adopt a

tougher attitude toward safety
rule enforcement, Harris said

"there is too much safety in this

business.. .those who are chargpd
with the responsibility are going

to have to let the hammer down."

' The committee planned to take

up last Friday night's crash of a

Northeast .Airlines DC6A at New

York City. Twenty persons were

killed in that mishap.. H
Harris noted that; the y JC7B,

There will be an Invitational
bronc riding contest with cash a a-wards
wards a-wards for daring cowpokes who
think they can, stay aboar.d unbro
ken Interior horses..
There will be no reserve seats

Supper Party
Given For '.'-; ..
, Mr. and Mrs. Delmas A. Swai Swai-,ford
,ford Swai-,ford gave a supper party this
week to brownies of troop VI.
Those Who attended wwe irerie
Corrigan, Lois Denton, Kay Fon
taine, Lianne Gerhardt, .June
Hoke, Mary ames.vNancy'Liiie,
Sybil Markun, Jeanette Motiles,
Carrie ; Lee Orr, Lynn' Osterberj,
Suzanne Smith, Bernice Swaffnrd,
Kathryn Warren, Nellie W 0 0 d,

Tanya Scnoch and co-ieaaers. jars.

David Smith and Mri.Fred- L. j

Denton. v' v
Shown By Pacific 'J,,;
'. Navy Wives J

Pacific Mavy Wives' Clu9 held

their monthly social Monday Mo Movies
vies Movies were shown-of various places

of interest in and around Pana

ma. .. ;
Mrs. Myrtle Mangles of the Na

vy uuicers wives. u.ud was on

hand with tickets for the charity

bingo party which will be held- at

the C.P.O. club .at. Rodman on
Feb.' 14.
Several guests were present
Mrs. M?rgaret Bedard of Radio

mont, .Texas, and Mrs. -Wesley prees tielow ero. Mrnftrlenrprl wK

HaPO Rolmnnt Mn. 2.. r 1

ine next scneauied meeune wiui w

he eb. IS. "Berausfl of less'siinncht hir

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Newhards Hold i under the Antarctic Icei-jin It in

ypwi nou mucn eoiaer nere man m. the

For Naylors Tonight ; - I Arctic, which consists of ice

Mr. and Mrs. H.. R Hams ant floating on warm seas,"-..vexler
Mr. and Mrs. Fred A. Newharu explained. Vi j

!GY, Scienlisfs

' : Little America, Antarctica,-
Feb. ,7 (UP) Scientists
taklnjt part in the Internation International
al International Geophysical year Antarctic
expedition may experience rec record
ord record low temperatures exceeding
120 degrees below zero, an
American expert said today.
Dr. Harry Wexler, chief scien scientist
tist scientist of the U.S. contingent of
IGY said the Jow. temperature
is expected during the long
darkness of the Antarctic win-'
ter night -when the sun disan-

pears for six months. 1


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which was being tested before de

livery to an airline, was operat operating
ing operating under a- permit specifically
forbidding testing over congested


He said it was apparent to him

that the greater Los Angeles arei

over which the collision occurred
was heavily populated. Harris
took the stand that if the plane
fell into a congested area, then

it must have been flying over one.

Violation of Permit

"If that were the- case as far
as the DC7 was y concerned, it
would be a violation of the terms

of the- permit," Bakke replied.

The two planes collided at 25.000

feet last Thursday, af'er which

the DC7B tluneed into a Pacoima.

taiif ., school yard.' Kight persons

including three children, were


As a result of the crash, the

CAB yesterday issued new orders

under which all military arid civil

ian test flights after Feb. 19 must

be made over water or sparsely

setueo areas approved by the gov


Bakke said s he nresumed thtt,

the jet, which was making a ra

dar-test with another fighter, was

operating- under 'safety regula regulations
tions regulations s. barring "unusual" manen.
vers- ia the area of established
flieht oath. u

; V.-i ij;f;.r'.-' .H :-'sit.1.1.;''i.

f Harrixisald; It !eemed to him

Wat7tH"rmiUtarriIaBei were en engaged
gaged engaged in s f 'unusual" maneuvers,
but- Bakke said he did not think
that was the case. He said Harris
was making an," assumption that
would, have to be determintd bv

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E. German Student Revolt Crushed
By Reds During Hungarian Crisis


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ImSGT CLARK D. HINDERLEIDER, a management analyst of the Cumptroller Section, -Caribbean
Air Command, Abrook AFB displays his fourth USAP Extension Course Institute er er-,iflcate.
,iflcate. er-,iflcate. Hiaderleider has completed 'th Statistical Services, Academic iMtructors, Officer
Candidate, and -Budget Officer courses.1 Shown also are Maj. Blake Howard, deputy comp comptroller.
troller. comptroller. CAirC; and Col. Joseph E. Stanccok, Caribbean Air Command JjggtgfrAF photo) :

Bobbies Make Arrest In Deaths
Of Elderly Patients In Britain

BLANDFORD. England. Teb. 6

UP) Police today announced the
Ujtftest of an unidentified woman
the of seven elderly pa-

nenu at a county iiume. n was
the second such, case in this south
Coast resort area in a month.
- ... .......
Police Superintendant Jack Cray
aid 4h woman was arrested on
forgery charges at Eastbourne,
tha tame town where Dr. John
Bodkin Adams last month was or ordered
dered ordered held for "trial for the mur murder
der murder of wealthy 81-year-old wid widow
ow widow who 'had named him in her
Like Adams, the woman was ar arrested
rested arrested on a basic charge of for for-carv.
carv. for-carv. But oolice said the East
bourne locale was coincidental.'
V Setod. at Ceaital Ratort
Tha woman -was seized in con
etinn with the deaths of two
men and five women at Caitletoir',
H Dorset County home in manu
ford, 100 miles from Eastbourne
but still In the same general syuth
coast area so popular with re
tired, wealthy Britons.
Sources said one of the seven
bodies might be exhumed.
Patients and attendants at the
big brick borne were told that
"this matter must not be dis discussed
cussed discussed outside."

HAPPY GROUP President Elsenhower' Is shown at the air airport
port airport In Washington with Defense Secretary Charles Wilson,
left, and Mrs. Wilson, as they prepared te board the plane for
a flight to Augusta, Oa. Wilson had been criticized for an announcing
nouncing announcing that the National Guard had been' a "drafWodglng
business. He declined to tell newsmen at' the airport why he
was accompanying the President and merely said he had been
Invited along.

U) p.

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But one patient told a reporter,
' J have made a statement (to po police)
lice) police) about an elderly woman
friend. ;C
"At eight o'clock one night she
appeared most upset, ana we naa
a lone talk; In the morning I
learned she was dead," the pa
tient said,
"I have told the police what
discussed. ;
Similarity Betwean Case
There was similarity between
the Blandford case and the one in involving
volving involving Adams at Eastbourne. In
each case, the suspect first waj
arrested on forgery charges.
Adams was accused of forging
death certificates and changin;
He is In Brbrton Prison, London,
awaiting trial next month.
Police withheld the identity of
the woman they arrested pending
formal charges against her tomor tomorrow.
row. tomorrow. The onlv information official
Wotild give out was that they were
investigating v castieton Mouse
where SO men and 20 women rang
ing in age from 60 to 92 lived.
The patients all were capable of
helping themselves and paid oniy
what they could afford for their
keep. ;-



Bennie's Ho Bum;
Tennessee Places
Faith in 'Disher'
CHICAGO (UP) Bennle Bed Bed-well,
well, Bed-well, 21, a Skid Row drifter who
admitted and then denied killing
two teen aged sisters, today
basked in the unaccustomed lux
nrv nt n Kivanlr hnt.ftl.
Bed well was freed late Tuesday
on $20,000 bond through the ef
forts of Morros Brown, a Cham
naien. 111., bondsman.
Bedwell, who only two weeks
ago was nappy to occupy a ac accent
cent accent cot on a flophouse, was
nrhicVori from lail tn the nlush
Palmer House in a pink Cadillac
by his attorney, David Bradshaw.
On hand to greet Bedwell was
the mayor of his Paris, Tenn.,
hometown, Aaron Brown, who as assured
sured assured Bennle the people of Pans
believe in his innocence and will
provide him with a steady job if
he comes home.
Before taking ueaweu to me
Palmer House, Bradshaw said he
was determined to prevent his cli
ent from returning to ms wo
haunts. v.
"Bennle is not going one.
the flophouses and saloons,
Bradshaw said. "Ha is going to
get decent care."
The attorney usaid, he wilt ieek
and succeeded In getting bis full
name on the paper.
T.4.n.11' Vinnd Ix ffOOd OIUV UD'
pcuni'M ...
ir.k 10 whm the ease will ne
MnMnn'ed. However, the bond can
be renewed.
Rex's 'fair lady
Gels Her Divorce;
Settlement Secret
JUAREZ, Mex., Feb. 17 (UP)-
Actress LlUi Palmer divorced Rex
Harrison, star of tne uroaaw.y
musical hit, "My Fair Lady to today
day today on grounds of incompatibility
and mental cruelty. x,
Mica Palmer filed for the dl
force Monday and normally would
have gotten it the next aay. jjui
yesterday was Constitution Day to
Mexico, and jnage tanos marua marua-ez
ez marua-ez Alvidrex of 2nd Civil Court
could not Issue the decree until
Harrison did not contest the di
vorce and Miss Palmer received
custody of their son, Carey, 12.
They were married In London in
1943 and separated about two
yearg ago.
A Drooertr settlement was
agreed uoon before Miss Palmer
left New York and she aid not
ask for alimony.

BERLIN, Feb, 7 (UP) East East-German
German East-German Communist Leader Wal
ter Ulbrlcht admitted today that
university : students planned a re

volt ; against the Kea regime m
East Berlin last November at the
height at the Hungarian rebellion.
Four ringleaders were arrested,
he1 said.; Only Communist Party
vigilance and the workers militia
made the students drop their
plans, UJbricht said in a speejn
delivered to the party Central
Committee last week and released
He caareed that Wolfgang flar
ich. 82. Humboldt University in
structor arrested wun inree aies
for anti-state crimes Nov. 29, were
responsible for the plot ;. ;. 6
Harich' ironically a lecturer on
Marxism,' organized a "counter
revolutionary erouo" which, p'an-
ned to lead students "out into uie
streets'' and begin "actions in
Berlin; Ulbricht said.
The lEast Germans have made
no secret of the rising tide of anti.
communist sentiment mohg stu students
dents students but this was the first time
any official admitted publicly that
an outrigni auempi to., oyeruww
pe government was piannea.
Thera bad been reports tnaj ,stu ,stu-lents
lents ,stu-lents planned some sort of upris uprising,
ing, uprising, and Ulbricht, a Stalinist, gave

Dulles Defends Middle East Policies
Rejects Demands For His Resignation

Secretary of State John Foster
Dulles, rejecting any thought of
resigning, strongly defenaecr uis
Middle Eastern Bolides yesterday
He nredicted that history will
judge them as honorable and
sound. ... :
Tha secretary also told his first
news conference since Dec. 18
that he still believed an American
visit by Marshal Tito of Yugoslav Yugoslav-la
la Yugoslav-la would be useful. But he said a
date for the now-stalled visit had
never been set.
Dulles has been under heavy a
tack from congressional Demo
crats, who have forced a review
of the course followed by the
United States in the Middle East
since 1946.
The proposed Tito visit also has
stirred up a storm of congression congressional
al congressional opposition. As a result, P'sm
for the independent-minded Com Communist
munist Communist leader to come here have
been temporarily shelved.
Dulles did not appear greatly
disturbed bv the criticism he has
drawn, including demands that he
resign. He aid he had no present
plan to leave his post.. t.
Dulles also voiced no concern
over the Senate's delay in Approv Approving
ing Approving the "Eisenhower Doctrine" to
use U.S. dollars and tnx ps, u nc
essary, to prevent communist a(
n-esilon in the Middle East.
He said the delay ir ay have
weakened the psychological effect
of the resolution somewhat. But be
said evervone recognizes that cun
grass has not been following dila dilatory
tory dilatory tactics.
Discussing the Democratic at
tacks on bis policies, Dulles wi
they resembled those heard dar dar-ln
ln dar-ln Int. vear'a eamnain and wera
no more bitter than is traditional
in American polities.
riiillea said ha felt he bad fol
lowed a sound and honorable
mime and one that would be jus
tified hv htitorv. Ha sail it was
heart-warming to have Presllert
Eisenhowers comnieia suppon oa
the issue. r
h anneared confident that the
United Nations and world opinion
generally would bt aw w restore
some degree or tranquility m w
Middle East. t 1 t
rmiiM M fia believed that Is
rael, as a nation with respect for
world opinion, would comply with
tt,. it m Hjimand to withdraw her
troops from the Gaia Strip and
Gulf of Aqaba. I
Egypt also could U expected to
respect UJ. actions In such mat
CIFnanATID, end

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the details. He told the Central
Committee htat Harich and his
followers p 1 a n n e d to "eradi "eradicate
cate "eradicate the leadership" of the party
and f sever the ties of the German
democratic republic to the Sovie
Union." ,
: Harich had been influenced by
Hungarian rebels, the events m

Poland and Yugoslavia's national
istic brand of communism, Ul Ulbricht
bricht Ulbricht said, y
- According to the party leader
veterinarian students at Humboldt
University in East Berlin formeo
the core of the plot. The school Is
only a mile from the West Beclm
Ulbricht said- the uprising was
planned for Nov. 16, oi the very
lay "we outlined the great pro
gram of the government and par
ty to a "people s chamber mee
We thank the vlgilmce of -the
Berlin party organisation, the
Berlin fighting groups (workers
militia) and the Soricty for Sport
and Technology that the- student-
gowly realized the real power sit
uation and renounced tneir piam
to go out into the streets,' Ul-
Ibricht said..
The. Society for bport and Tech.
nologyy is a semi-military organiz
ters a granting Israeli chips the
right U- use the Suez Canal, he
Dulles said the State Depart Department
ment Department aueady is working on docu
ments for the projected Senate re
view of U.S. middle eastern pol
icies over tie past 10 years.
.But he said there are several
hundred thousand papers on the
subject and that manv of them
could not be made- pu e without
the consent of other nations in
He said their release would have
serious effect on relations with
these countries. It would be bet better,
ter, better, he said, to leave them for the
historians rather than turn them
oyer to politicians.
uuues said u s. poucy was ds-
ed on the guiding ornciple thV
force should ui-td against
any State except as a defense
against armed attack. It was not
easy, he added, to apo1 this prin principle
ciple principle when it seemed to be broken
by America's friends. ,
He said U.S. opposition to .the
British-French ; attack on Egypt
last fall was one of the most diffi difficult
cult difficult decisions he ever faced an
may also prove of great historical
T .7 t k.
Ifofed Missiorier f
To PteaicIC Mission
Af Paraiso Church
Starting on Sunday evening at
7 the Rev. P.-Xavier Keyes, noted
missioner of the Vincentian Mis
sion House of Bangor, will preach
a- week-long mission in St Joseph's
Catholic Church. Paraiso.
Father Keyes will bring to the
parlshoners of Paraiso 16 years of
priestly- experiences. ron nis
home in Baltimore, Md where he
left' at a tender age to. devote ms
life to the service of God, he drew
a keen love of learning. This ne
dlsolaved throughout college and
seminary careers by winning sev
eral scholastic awards for lang
uages, and in particular for poe
tic composition ana aeuvery.
Upon ordination, Father Keyes
decided to abandon the classroom
nnriitim: hflweyer. and devote his
talents to winning souls. And to
this task he has given himself en entirely
tirely entirely all these years, but for the
penoa w nww

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Miami, Tampa' at Kingston."
Loading for: Puerto Llmoa,
PuerU Cortex, Paerte Varios,
Da Lis, Tampa and Miami

OtTSom Mioaal, Florid)


WHERE IT CRASHED The dotted line shows the path of the riorida-bouiid Northeast Air. -lines'
DC-6 which crashed on Hikers Island with 93 persons aboard. The plane left LaOuardla
Airport in a snowstorm, made a abort flight and landed on the island. The 'crash killed 20
passengers. -,- s v

840 fccs., Panama City
1090 Kcs.; Colon
Telephones: 2-3066 Panama
. 1063 Colon
Today, Thursday, Feb. 7
4:00 Feature Review
,4:30 What's Your Favorite r-
i n i. quests taken by pnoni
. tiU 3:00) v
5-3(l .Kews
5:35 What'! Your F v o r 1 1
. (cont'd)
6:00 Allen Jackson Commen
tary (WRUL)
REVIEW (Pabst Beerl
6:30 Telephone Hour (WRUL)
7:00 Goon Show.
7:30-iVOA Report From U.S.
8:00 Elizabethan Theater
8:30 Take It From Here
9;00You Asked For it (ra-
quests taken by phone
; tiU 7:30)
10:30 Music From Hotel El pan-
10:45-TemDle Of Dreams
11:00 Concert Under The Stars
12:00 Sign Off.
Tomorrow, Friday, Feb. 8
AJH. -"
6:00 Sign on Alarm Clock
Club (requests taken
- by phone tui 7:00)
T:SO Mornlne Salon Concert
8:15 Church In The wildwood
8:30 Musical ReveUla n
9:00 News 8
:15 Sacred Heart
o -so Paris Ri&t Time
, i s; (Cutex and Odorono) t
10:05Bplns and Needles (re-
. ouests taken by
nhone till 8:30)
11 'on News
11:05 Spins And Needles
11:30 Meet The Entertainer
13:00 News
P.M. i
12:05 Luncheon Music
CAL (Nescafe)
12:30 Sweet And Hot
1:00 News
1:15 Music Of Manhattan
1:30 Sons Of .The Pioneer
1:45 Songs or France
2:00 Tex Beneke Show
2:15 Freddy Martin Show
2:30 Tha Virginians
3:00 Hank S n e w And His
Rainbow Ranch Boys
8:15 Sammy Kaye Show
8:30 Music For Friday : -4:00
Feature Review
4:30 What's Your Favorite (re
queststaken by phone
till 8.00)
8:30 News
8:85 What's Your T a o r I ta
6:00 Allen Jackson' Commen'
tary (WRUL)
REVIEW (Pabst Beer)
6:30 Top Tunas of the weak
7:00 Thirty Minute Theater
7:30 VOA Report From UA
8:00 Music By Roth
8:30 Bhort Story Theater
9:00 You Asked For It re-
quests taken by phone
till 7:30)
10:30 Cavalcade of America
11:00 Jaa Till Midnight
12:00 Sign Oft r
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thrvorh aaliaana U tiny 4llaata k k-MT
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t)iaar a4 artnary aat CreM
H11 rla ra oon-pit aatlaraettaa a4
ill th aM4llna ra Aaaj
twar ralat lar CyaUa ta4aj.

795 7 Captain

--The world's first atomi sub
marine, the Nautilus has fulfilled
prediction conceivej by the al
most prohoetic imaelcation of
Jules Verhe 87 years ago,
tne scene was off ths continen
tal ledge in the depths of the At
lantic ocean.
Just before 8:30 p.m. yesterday
Capt. Eugene P. Wilkinson, skip skipper
per skipper of the modern Nautilus, stoo-1
in me soit glow 01 the red liga&
of the attack center, and m
mounced: ;
"In a few minutes we; 'will wit
ness a teat that has beer unknown
to man except in the world of fic fictionthis
tionthis fictionthis ship, our Nautilus, wUJ
log her 20,000th league
. i u
Historic Moment
At precisely 8:30 p.m the ep
tain, a counterpart of Captain
Nemo or the imaginary Nauilus,
spoke over the ship's public ad address
dress address system: .' v
"Mark 20.000 leagues. Right ,'ful.
rudder.'- ;
Then, with a grin, he picned up
the microphone again. "There will
be a 20,000 league party in the
crew's nest. pake nrl all h.
.broadcast throughout the shipj
ton, Wyo.. marched into the mess,
holding a huea two-laver mnt.
trosted cake on which was icedl
the inscription: "USS Nautilus,
u,w leagues on nuclear power.
French Cops Arrest
For Helping Strike
ALGIERS, Feb. 7 (UP)-French
police announced the arrt tvi
of five alleged rebel leaders, in including
cluding including a suspected woman Com
munist, on suspicion of encourga encourga-lng
lng encourga-lng last week's general strike. 1
French sources said the woman
identified only as "Madame Chat.
am," was a processor of philoso philosophy
phy philosophy at a girls school here. She was
described as a "notorious militant
Communist.'' v
Police said they arrested the
woman yesterday after having
been aroused by her association
with rebels and terrorists.
Also seized were four rebel lead
ers who police said were found
uritVi 'lnAimfiatinef i1iAiimAnts

86 mod era "Santa" ships anlttng the
Asaerteas with fast and freaacat
: aerrica.

8.8. "SANTA OLltlA" .....Doe Cristobal, C Te. 11
8. "8ANTA MARGARITA" Dae Cristobal. C L, Feb. U
84L "SANTA LOSA" ;.....8atU Crtofebal, C. t, Feb. 13
S.S. "SANTA ISABEL' Sails Crtstebal, C Z, Feb. 19
. 8J. "SAXTA TtT ;...Dne Balfcam, C Z- Feb. 2
8.S. "SANTA AXITA" ......Da Ba!ha, C. Z, March II
. -: .-' - .'
SJ. -SANTA TV ........Sails CrteUbaJ. C Feb. it

Nemo, His Sub

League at Sea

Lt. Warren R. Cobean ir. of
Roswell, N.M., the ship's execu- -tive
officer, produced a dress
sword and made the first cut in,
the cake. Spearing a piece of It
on the end of the blade he passed,
it over the table to Capt. Wilkin Wilkinson.
son. Wilkinson. ....
The crew broke open the soft
drink machine and everything was
"on the house."

Guests at Party
4 Attending the celebration !were
the 95 officers arid members of
the regular crew, 17 other Navy
men and 12 newsmen invited on
the 2i-hour overnight cruise to
mark the occasion.
The overnight cruise covered
257.7 miles of which 206.3 were
steamed submerged. Slightly mere
than 12 hours of the cruising time
Was under water. : ,r. m
The Navv released i inim...
of the activities of htr Nautilus,
whose power plant is soon to be
recharged,,-since it flashed it he
historic message Jan n tw
'underway on nuclea nmu.r u
has cruised more than 5,400 hours,
made 859 dives, and tam nl
proximately 60,120.aatical milei
water.,-;.; $ -s;-. ;
IHusfrafed Bible ).i
Talk To Be Given
Al French Society
a f"'. Rfymond 6, Jolly f PhUa
delphla,w eader of the Laymen's
Home Missionary Movement, an ?
inteMenominational religious or or-ganlzaUoii,
ganlzaUoii, or-ganlzaUoii, wiU give an Illustrated
Bible lecture on the "Earth's Com-r'
tag Reign of Peace" Monday at 7
p.m. at the French Society Hall
here. p-.
The lecture will be illustrated by
natural color films. :
Jolly is editor and miMlsher
the, monthly religious magazine
"The Bible Standard" devoted to
encouraging personal and class
Bible study. He has been a lecturer
for over 40 years and has travelled
extensively. He is the trustee of
the Laymen's -Home Missionary
Movement which has over 300
branches, and is publisher and au author
thor author of many ether religious works
aside from the Bible Standard.



Congress Holding Back Construction
Of School, Health Secretary Says


ON THE BLOCK TOMORROW The 1120-ton SS Gobeledor 'wlllbe knocked .down in Crista-.
bal' tomorrow, to the highest bidders Valued at between $80,000 and $100,000,; the vesse is ;,
being sold to satisfy an admiralty libel of, so me $8,000 filed1 by, first engineer Aurelio Marl-,
na and other crewmen. The Oobeledor-flies the Panama flfltr and is owned, 93 Panama-'J
ian .nmnt-otirwn Navipra Tnteramerlcamu S.A. .tomorrow's" auction for, cash will be held I

In the Cristobal Division of U.: S. District Court on the toird' floqr.orthe Can adntatratton; I;

' MnTi.vwOOD (NEA) x

elusively Yours: There's a new
i.nnnv Thomas' TV fu-

, WV-U-V w f i -.
- tU5r star -who u '"vt
fiwer' when- Jean.Hagen touit the
show last spring flashed me
the news that he will become a
&Vm on, ?'The Danny
Thomas Show" on ABC-TV some
time in April."
tL.M Danny says even he

doesn't know; But she'll have to

April gtf before -the cameras m late

"Theshow,"' Danny explained,
'need's' a wife and we've been plan;
lng on "it 'ever since Jean left us,

' ' i i i f

TODAy 50-25-15

FROM 1.00 P.M.

Double Rbckin'
and Adventure Bill!

1 .r-lcllK 1






Today Fnconfo 25 .75

WAHOO! I116.W v
.-Jean Simmons in
Richard Wldmark In -.

oday IDEAL $0 JO
- Tom Conway in
Barbara Britotn in

"But we didr't want to rush it,"
Danny's director, heldoh L e o o-nard,
nard, o-nard, interjected. "We were wor worried
ried worried aoout audience reaction after
the announcement o f J e a n s
'death.'. We've been leading up to

it graauaiiy. first oy n a v i n.g
Danny try to Play both mother and

father to bis children and then by
introducing possible candidate for

we roie 01 nif ,wue." ;
-THE FUTURE. ''Mrs. Danny

Williams" could be one of several

dolls currently popping up on the

show. They : i n e l u d e Terry

Saunders, Maggie Mahoney, Mom-,

ca i-ewis, Barbara Bililngsley,
Marjorie Lord, Martha Stewart,

Anceji waeian .ana eggy Kuud Kuud-sei.
sei. Kuud-sei. ,,5! .';
Or she could be an unknown.

. JJut one. tnine if for sure.: nvi

Danny.- ';She'U have to be right
me, It's nearly as Important to me
as picking out a al wife. I have

to live with her on the set four

aays s week.


janb RUSSELL and company

just can i neip jaugning about .the
Great Kidnap Mystery starring
Mane McDonald. Every day i.i
devious ways it's becoming morel

aim mure use me pior 01 janes

new film comedy. "The Fuzzv

nrtwt ixjgnown,- a story pub published
lished published a year ago at a novel.

jane s playing a movie queen

ttwnapea a lew nours before the
premiere of her latest film -"Th

Kidnaped Bride." She's lured
way in a limousine fr'om he?

paiauai noma by kidnaper iKee

nan wynn, posing av. Studio

cnauHevus,When K a n and
henchman! Ralph Meeker; tel

jane tney'ref holding her'; i fori

tju.jw ransom, sae s erushea.
.ir'Kf ridiul"." sbe .says.
''Look I'm a big, wealthy s t a r.
You can cet tar ptt

piayer. ; so tne KKjnapers up the

ane tries in fMonhnn' tA.

nvifi me mqnapers nideout.


RAMIREZ from Puerto- Rice bas
been, assigned as an instructor in
the Command and Staff Division
of the United States Army Carib-

oean cnooi at r on uuuck. previ previous
ous previous to his Canal Zone assitmment

Betances was stationed in the' Ar

my Reserve Training Center in

Fousheepsie,r New-, York., i
'Warni Side Of Cold
Cash' To Be Heard

Monday ill JVB

Ever wonder where the U.S. dol

lar and cent signs came from, and

me emDarrassine situation tn

caused them td remain what they

are? Did' curiosity.- ever 'prompt

you to discover xne meaning oemna

our siang expression for- twenty
fiv cents, "two bits?"

' These and many ether rare and

interesting; facts will- be brought

to -.light on Monday, at the USD

JWB' Armed Forces Service Cen Center,
ter, Center, beginning at p.m when the

"Warm Side' of Cold-Cash,'

nresentea.) -..:.-.

The lecture, illustrated with un

usual nttive, and foreign coins: and
bills will be presented by the Isth Isthmian
mian Isthmian Numismatic Society, present

ly? headed, on -the racuic. siae-cy
Joe Mason. .,x.;.v
Amona the many coins W be dis

played and explained during we
talk will be Spanish ."pieces, of
ieht" used as a monetary means

of barter early in spanisn Ameri American
can American civilisation, and rare'. Pana

manian :-c.oin-.. ''

servicemen ana we general pun-

wilt b


Marlon:JB. Folspm.. secretary of

Health : ITfliinfinni, inH WaMma

said today Congress either should

approve a scnooi construction dui
this year or drop the matter en-
tireiy.: r
He said states and communities
are holding up projects until they

tee whether, federal aid will be

forthcoming. -yte x;,

v -We ought to make up our
minds," Folsom said. "If we keep
holding out hope, we'll be holding

back -construction If we are not

going to have federal legislation,
we ought to know it now."
' Folsom made the statement in
winding up two days of testimony
before a House Education subcom subcommittee
mittee subcommittee n behalf of President Ei

senhower's 1.3 billion dollar school

construction program, A similar

measure failed to get through Con Congress
gress Congress last year.
.... Adequate Program

The subcommittee is consider

ing a Democratic-sponsored bill to

spend 3.S billion dollars over me

next si years. But Folsom con

tended the administration pro-

fram is adeauate to .meet ine

rlanxronm mervencv.

snhrommittB unairman vteve

land M. Bailey (D-WVa) said he

mlttMi on behalf of President El

still intended to press for bearing
ta b comoleted in two weeks as

nrlffinallv nlanned. vV '

pn ntin Passman f D-La) de

nounced all proposals to spend
federal funds on school houses. He

amiiM lead to federal con

troi nf Ttubiic school systems and

"nnthincr worse could naopen.''

One problem which.Bailey des

Aihi a "heartache" was tne

administration's nroposalt o make

7cn iiinnn Hollars available for

loans to school boards-, that have

difficulty selling bnds.

Bailey .questioned (whether the
interest rate, whieb could range
up to four per cent, could be jus justified.
tified. justified. He said he favored keeping
the; rates below three per cent.
Folsom told the subcommittee
the administration: program was
based on the assumption that local
communities would continue to In Increase
crease Increase their outlays for schools.
. He said most states and com communities
munities communities have done a, "good job"
in providing for the education of
their children and could not. be
blamed for the unexpected popu population
lation population increase which created the
classroom shortage.
Folsom said it was ".quite im

portant" to get more state money
for school construction. He saij

most puuaing prgrams were zc

nanced by local school districts,

rawer than tne states.

He said some districts are too
poor to provide adequate schools

and should be helped by the state

Italian LelKVing
Socialisls Search

. ranrie saonapers are f mart-


u jiuuBB is iocjiea.

"n'tB ustenin to radio

.. x t news announcers specu

wwe on net nornble plight, Jane's
sipping a cold drink with, her

i s, a "eieaw beach nm

.fVil'j WDen Angeles polic?
started a search for Mario'. ,.

smg nink pa jama bottoms, the di
rector of "The Fuzzy Pink NiahM

gown," Norman Taurog "lauimed:

"if they turn out to fb
we'ra dead." w v s : .'
Then, it vu .Tan.

ducer-hubbv Bob Wafprfi.M'. .. I

wi flviuv uioca. norror.. i nn. a

les police filmed

iuoiiea auesea juananinir. tr.

ring Marie.. ; v.-

i hope," said Jane, "it iant

released in theaters. We'll be ac

cused of plagiarism."

waterrteia, we should get out an
injunction i r o m; the- Writers'

:'.-.- -' -v. i-


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VENICE, Italy, Feb. 7 (UP)
Italy's left-wina: Socialist searched

their souls today to declde-wheth-er
they are fellow trayelleri or

genuine Demoerats. .' i -i -Party
leader- Pietro Nennr,- in

the opening address of the v five five-day
day five-day party congress here, yester

day, left little doubt m wnat direc direction
tion direction be wanted to guide them.- He

denounced his written pacts witn
the Communists,, branded, th So

viet system as "reacuonarr ana
condemned the ''repression which

has covered Hungary with blood,
mourning' and-misery. . .. -"The
fist of the crimes attrlbut-

ed to maun is ternoi, ne vnv
his former communist allies. But

there is a question which if even
more terrible:' bow Could all, this
batmen?" r '-'A i

' w' m. mm rr m aH


Panama 'Teenagers'

To Appear Tonight
At Paraiso Theater

The uncrowned champions of the

local rock 'n roll singers the f t
namanian Teenagers: will make

their first aonearance at the 1 Pa

ralso Theater in tonight's presenta

tion of Danny Bishop's vjsmoo

The star-studded show is schedul
ed to be on stage at S p.m. im

mediately following the m o v 1 e,

"House of Bamboo," starring Rob

ert Ryan. The movie starts at


Aubrey Peterkra and -the Pana-

manian Teenagers were added this

week to the already long list of

stars bill on tonight's show: which

will last approximately one huur.

- Also scheduled to appear pn the

show are dancers Sparky and Plug-

gy. Jean and Paisley, singers Dan

ny Bishop, and' Icilda Bascombe

and a troupe of acrobats, hand hand-balancers
balancers hand-balancers rhumba and cba-chv

chudancer. -V' -v t
' Tickets, at' SS cents each, will,

be on sale from p.m. at the Pa

raiso Theater box office.

Panenu University
To Have Teachers'
Business Courses

Summer courses for business ed

ucation teachers will be offered
this year in the summer school

program at the National Universi University,
ty, University, the Ministry of Education an

nounced tooay.
The course which has been Plan

ned is "Principles of Business Ed

ucation," and win be taught by
Dr. Glen E. Murphy, business ed

ucation adviser of the Servlcio Co

operstivo Interamericano de Edu Edu-cactdn.
cactdn. Edu-cactdn. .4?r-.'a-.',:

The course i designed to be of

Interest to all business teachers

regardless of their area of special

ization or the subjects which they

teach. It will include an analysis
of business curriculum principles
and practices, and the purposes
and philosophy of business educa education
tion education will be studied.

Dr: Murphy Is also scheduled to

teach a class in English shorthand

at the National University during
the summer school. This class is

being planned for the benefit of
secretaries who desire to improve

their skill as well as for Spanish

or English shorthand teachers.
Additional details concerning the

hours, rooms, and-registration in

formation for these two classes

can be obtained from the office of

thesecretary general of the Pana Panama
ma Panama University. :l

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awara aa Megt. Joan J. Malone, tranapoltati on supervisor-watches. (Official USAF Photo) ;

Madrid Citizens
Walk To Work

In Bus Boycott

Partial Trade Area

At European SeMo

London: Feb. i (up) The

British government formally ask

ed Its economic allies in Eurooe

today, to establish "partial free

trade area" joining European busi business
ness business and industry in an economic
union bigger than either Russiao r

the united states.
'The proposal as embodied In a
white paper outlining details of the
plan already given by Prime Min Minister
ister Minister Harold Macmlllan last year
when he was still Chancellor of the
The government presented the

white naner for consideration next

Tuesday when ministers of the Or

ganization tor European economic

Cooperation o.s. k.u j meet
Park '. '

As Macminan said last year.

Britain proposes to eliminate trade

barriers tariffs, quotas or otner

restrictions on all goods .except

agricultural product!. '-

MADRID. Feb. 7 (UP) Thou

sands of Madrid .citizens walked

to work today, in a 48-hour boy boycott
cott boycott of the transportation, sys system,
tem, system, that appeared at .least 75

oer cent eirective amone cany

morninor travelers. Citizens are

protesting the rising cost of liv living,
ing, living, .'..v.- ....
A thick stream of stolid citi citizens
zens citizens hiked down the sidewalks
of stately castellana Avenue on
a grey but mild and dry morn morn-lng
lng morn-lng as buses and trams rattled
alnno- nnr emntv.

In the densely populated Val Val-lecas
lecas Val-lecas suburb the usually packed
metro (subway) system was car carrying,
rying, carrying, lesg than ten per cent of
normal capacity.
There were no early reports pf
violence. So far the boycott was.

being carried out in good tem temper.
per. temper. It was called by word of
mouth as a silent protest a a-rainst
rainst a-rainst the rise in the cost of Hv Hv-tag
tag Hv-tag and in sympathy with the
people of Barcelona who staged a
almllar public disobedience eam-
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Poverty Poker Or No
Cops Arrest 13 Gals
For At-Home Gaming

Thirteen Cleveland housewives
were free on1100 bond each today
following their arrest Tuesday in-

a pouce ram on a nign-stake poker
game in a private home.
Mrs. Maree Keller: 48.

me nome. was c n a r a a w th

"keeping a place for gaming." The
12 others were chareed with cram.

It was a "shame that a littlo

sociable game among elderly
WOmen is the SUblect of a nnUna

raid," Mrs. Keller said.
The poker pot was $25, with
some $67 in front of 10 players,
police said, and the rummy table
held $14.

Mrs. Keller, chartred with

"keeping a place for eaminir."

said the women arrested in her

home were members of a clubi

that played about twice a week,
and that most of the money went
to charity.

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Scores 36 Points Against
Yale But Columbia Loses

YORK. Feb, 7 (UP)
The little man's day dawned at
last today in college basketoan,
Pive-f oot, nine-inch C h e t
fine Jet) Forte of Columbia has
taken the national scoring lead leadership
ership leadership away from seven-foot
Wilt (The stilt) chamberlain of
Kansas on the strength of a 36 36-potnt
potnt 36-potnt showing last night against
. Forte's brilliant showing was
.'not enough to save his team
from an upset. Bnt it did give
the little Lion an average of
30.2 pa nts per game, passing
the 29.8 mark held by Cham Cham-,
, Cham-, berlain who has been No. 1
In the national scoring parade
almost since the start of the
The new national scoring
leader doesn't come up to
Chamberlain's shoulder, but Co Columbia
lumbia Columbia coach Lou Rossini coin coin-f.
f. coin-f. pares him to Bill Sharman, for for-rner
rner for-rner Southern California ace
'now with the pro Boston Cel Celtics,
tics, Celtics, and says Forte "can't be
"stopped If he can see the rim of
the basket."
Forte notched only nine
" pdints in the first half last
nieht, then got 26 in the second
half. But Larry Downs 31 points
led Yale to victory.
Forte's capture of the top
fcoring spot climaxes a season-
J n drive to overcome tne
FMt's lead and also climaxes a
. f r nersonal comeback. He led
t Tw I.easrue in scorintr in his
rvJjomore vear- but missed out
1-v year when difficulties In his
th pre-medical course slde slde-)'Ari
)'Ari slde-)'Ari him for the last eight
"forte' feat took the natiqn natiqn-rl
rl natiqn-rl spotlight despite two other
r-'or upsets, both featuring
.Vt ol devil one defense.
' T.ouisville, the nation's No. 6
"i and highest-ranked lnae lnae-r
r lnae-r 'n"ent squad, was handed its
t r straight upset, 85-74. bv
I"-"-fihead State of Kentucky

National Distillers Best-Ball

"''ftV"' "
Tournament Weel

This weekend's pairings for the
rational Distillers Best Ball Tour-
nlntraH fit
e Summit Hills Golf Uub
Champiomhip Flight
r. pii and .T. Riley vs A
t-. and W. Harrison
D Hauss and A. Galindo vs
Dmglewitz.and G. Silvas
- N. Lewier ana ;
vs T. jacKS nu
H. J. Toland and R.
ivi 1 1 K.i v n x i
W. Post and u T
H Mitten and C. Riggs vs J.
DesLondes and G. paUoo
W. LeBrun and J. Hlnkle vs W
Ml whMler
"i.r.- Vnd C. J. Murphy vs
J. Smith and V. lT"'. A ,,v
r Tkimninn inl) M. CnaOWlCK,
, v. 'F
vs C.
IW'- I
First Flight
S. Garriel and A. O. Kline vs
W S Wiggs and W. D. Hardie -D
Brennan and J- Watson vs
m H. Mahone and J. K
T M Rice and A. uavies
C. Serger and R. Sulsman vs
v,. n nnllprsrhell and T.
W.'h. Davu and F. Jorgesen vs

V. Lombroia and H

Beall vs
C. V. Youngblood
Best vs Bye
and E. W.
Second Flight
G. Kosik and L. Collett
McLain and J. Latham
Sports Briefs
PARIS, (UP)-The Grand Pro
of Venezuela has been admitted
by the Automobile International
1 fAmmlt-tAA TA UK 1UA IM

races for the International sporu
'Cup. The Grand Prix will be

NEW YORK (UP) Dave Sime,.
'link i niversuv buiiuici,
be able to compete in Saturday s
.:, .ml twn nthmr
New York indoor meets because
he U scheduled to run in the
A.iin Trark and Field Meet- to

Rangoon Burma, Feb. 11. j
Pasquale,-University of Pittsburgh!
- halfback and the Pittsburgh Steel-

en' 21 jt draft choice in 19S6, has
itfoel to play with the Steelers
He enter the Army at Fort Lee,
Va.. Feb. 20 for six months duty


Quartermaster Corps and wdl be
discharged in time to toil the

6teelers for the- coming sea too.
ie Pung .former women's nation-
t t Mr9 tiaiimMi li'om

Honolulu, arrives here today to
make Sao Fraocisc her perm a
nent bo-ae. Mrs. Pun? who re retired
tired retired w the pro -irrvit last
Atari, a.- hoK.IIM -mA ilTn.... AM
f-ectcd i rejoiu the tour.

and canisius. ranked No. 11 na nationally,
tionally, nationally, fell short in a late
rally and bowed to Marquette in
a thriller at Milwaukee, 81-80,
Morehead used a "two-three"
version of the zone against Lou Louisville
isville Louisville and forced the high-ranked
Cardinals to commit a bush bushel
el bushel of fouls, it also held six-eight
Charley Tyra, Louisville's All All-America
America All-America candidate, to nine
points during the first half
while Morehead was rolling up
a 47-37 lead.

Louisville actually outscorea
Morehead in baskets, but More-
head scored 43 free throw
chances and sank 33 while Lou Louisville
isville Louisville canned only 16 of 22. Tyra
rallied in the second half and
finished with 21 points, but
Steve Hamilton had 35 and Dave
K-ellflher 22 for Morehead to
outshine him. It was Louisville's
second straight loss and fourth,
in 18 games.
Canisius was so baffled by
Marquette's zone that it sartk
only 31 of 90 shots, but even so
staged a superb rally that al almost
most almost wiped out a seven-point;
deficit In the last minute. Six-
eight sophomore Mike Moran led
Marauette witn 3 points n"u
snnh Jim McCdv had 23.
In other leading games last
night: Carmen Riazzi's tip-in
with 14 seconds left gave Day
ton a double-overtime, 68-67 win
over Miami of Ohio; Bowling
Green pushed its record to 12-5
with an 83-75 victory over Loy Loyola
ola Loyola (HI.); Temple downed Villa Villa-nova,
nova, Villa-nova, 81-72;. Colgate beat Cor Cornell
nell Cornell 75-63; Princeton whipped
Rutgers, 69-53; Pennsylvania
nepped Brown, 67-66; Army beat
Albright, 90-74; Navy edged
Penn State, 53-48; and Wash
ington (Mo.) beat portiana, u-
Two high-ranked teams are
scheduled tonight, lOth-ranked
Iowa State against Drake and
15th-ranked wake Forest a a-sainst
sainst a-sainst South Carolina.
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H. Tettenburn and t. Fbereiz
vs J. Mularkey and B. Ehch 1
T. Jordan and R. Coffey ys E.
E. Crowden and T. H. Sewell H..
T. Perantie and H. Engelke vj K,
E. Bennett and W. J. Grow x1
M M. Bunk and J. R. Hudson
vs W. A. Rogers and C. H. Peav-
i P Trim, Sr. and ft. Egolf vs M.
Oaks and G. Trifone
I H. W. Sewell and R. C. Walker
vs M. Roberts ana H. comeri
. Annacnerlco W. A. Duf-
,. H M Thnm9S .nd W. A.
i' ' .
Third Flight
n Sovsfpr and T. Wilber vs E
M. Cherry and w. Mcuue r-.. u.
. ... r i
.Hern vs
R. Bowen ana w. u, ja-
mison :
. P. Badonsky and T. "E," Spencer
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Meuinuer ana n. rniwiu
R. D. Bliss and H. -Lehman. vs
J. G. McCoubray and S. L. Henry
G. W. Fears and N, B Stephen;
son vs T J. Stumpf and R
i R. Gildersleeve and L. tie
venger vs D. Knoll and R. Boyer
J. F. Cain and R. Crush vs F.
a Dunsmoor and C. J. Brown
Fourth Flight
W. Esslinger and E. C. Jones
vs R. W. Fuller and B. Dorfman
F. Ortiz and F. Brace vs J. R."
Hare and F R. Hayes
J. Montanye and M. wneeier vs
E. H. Drew and A. M. Wagner
P. F. Hertgen and J. H. Good Goodwin
win Goodwin vs Bye
Joe Salterio and John Salterio
vs P.Conley and J. Fisher
E. Engle and J. Feeley vs R.
Waites and. D. J. Thomas
T. Scott and D. Parr vs E.
Storey and C .McCohney
R. Beece and J. Smith vs Bye
Pairings for Womei's Flight
B. Clineley and Rr Pfifer vi L..
Knuth and I. Mularkey.
L. Jones and C. Perantie vs
Bye '
M. Sewell and E. Perantie v L.
Jones and J. Stirewalt
S. Carpenter and'M. Taylor vs
E. Wright and J. Morris vs D.
Peters and M. Lund
. K. Call and M. Briggs vs Bye
P. Trim and P. Montanye V M.
Askew and P. Waring. -
L. Hopson ana M, wuey v. oji

' Ttm

BHS Can Clinch
Share of School
Loop Ball Title

For the second time this season
tne Balboa Bulldogs will be .in po
si uon io lay ciaim to at least a
share of the Interscholastic League
DaseDan uue Dy winning a single
game. This will be the situation
this Friday night at Balboa Sta
dium when BHS and Cristobal
High come to grips starting at 7
p.m. The Canal Zone Junior Col
lege, picked by many to win the
tine tms year, got oil to a disas-1
trous start, but now have the
best playing team in the league.
The Green Devils eliminated the
Tigers from any title possibility
this week by defeating them 18 to
7. Thus it will be the Tigers that
will be striving mightily to tight tighten
en tighten the race even more by winning
over Balboa Friday, even thougn
they can't share the title in any
'the Bulldogs have two league
games remaining, the one with
Cristobal Friday and one with J.
C. next Tuesday. The way things
are going at BHS they could very
easily drop both games. For in instance,
stance, instance, coach Paul Karst has lost
both tHis first line catchers and
will have to play Friday's game
with either Lem Kirkland or Cor Cor-gin
gin Cor-gin McGriff behind the plate.
Bruce Bateman and George
Trimble were both chopped off for
this week by their shortcomings
with the books. Another case in
point, Wayne Wall, number one
ooy tor the Bulldogs at hurling the
ball oast the batters, isn't fully re
covered from his injury sustained
in the last game against J.C. The
medics can t make up tneir minci
iust what Wall's trouble is, but
feel he might possibly have liga
ment trouble with his knee.
Losing your best battery like
that, practically over night, could
wreck any team. It all means that
the BHS boys are going to have
to be at their very best Friday if
they don't want to find them themselves
selves themselves behind so large an 8 ball it
nigh impossible to get out.
College Cage
V '.I'.i
CCNY 58 Forriham
St. Bonaventnri. as r.m,.
West Liberty 89 Fairmont 82
W. Va. Weslevan AQ Al d,j o.
St. Josephs 69 Eliza beth'town 56
..,xrancis (in.y.( 72 Queens 54
Connecticut 97 Massachusetts 71
Georgetown 75 LaSalle 62
- South
North Carolina 65 Maryland 61
Win-Salem 75 Bluefield St 56
N. Carolina St. 87 Virginia 60
Va. Poly 83 Geo. Washington 67
Memphis St 86 Western Ky. 84
Richmond 80 Furman 73
maaei 67 Newberry 55
Duk g,, Pittshllph'
74 Oklahoma
SMU 83 Baylor 76
Lambuth 73
Texas A AM 69 Texas 67
Abiline Christ; 113 Trinity
Seattle 106 SeatttePacific 72
Santa Clara 67 San Jose 59
Defrolf Officials
Confident of Waning
Global World Series
DETROIT. Feb. 7 (UP) Of
ficials of tne Michigan com
mission of the Global World Se Series
ries Series of bseball today said they
were confident Detroit will raise
the $200,000 necessary to stage
uie imra annual evens.
John Downes, executive vice
president of the MlcWran
commission, answered Ken Kentucky
tucky Kentucky Gov. A. B. (Happy)
Chandler' comments that De De-tro't
tro't De-tro't would ftt the series If it
could show It can ohtam the
money to cover travel costs of
the team from Cnnad a, Co Colombia.
lombia. Colombia. Europe. Hawaii, Ja Japan,
pan, Japan, Mt'o. ierto RIh and
the UnrI States entry as
well as other expenses.
Chandler la president of the
International Baseball oonrress
which trranta the aDollcatlons
The fries wa held In Milwau Milwaukee,
kee, Milwaukee, win.. Its first two years.
Downes said $30 000 already
has been raised by. tne Michi Michigan
gan Michigan commission.
"These pledges have been
made by the few Michigan
firms nd Individuals we hAve
"ontarted bo far," Downes said
"We have tust begun enera
campaign for the funds'
Edwin J. Anderson, president
of the Detroit Lions, and Char Charlie
lie Charlie Gehrlnger. former Detroit
Tteer star, and both commission
("trertoa. sld. thev had no
doubt thai they eouM raise the
"comparatively am all" amount.
The aeries Is scheduled for
Brtrs Stadium. Sept 13-i. The
.l)n rtrr tei"i of F"rt "A'ayrie
Trrt. won the ltle 'st vear rd
"'icMt' Bnlnw Prmjhers took
the inaugural year -flag.

JC Wall

To Move


DONT TOUCH Don Bragg la a sophomore at Villanoya Col College,
lege, College, but an old hand at pole vaulting. Bragg hoisted his 190 190-pound
pound 190-pound frame over the 15-foot mark for the 15th time In a
Philadelphia meet. And that was only at the start of the in indoor
door indoor track season.

Dodgers Immediate Concern
Is Southpaw Pinch-Hitter

...NEW- YQRKFeb. 7 (UP)
Sight nowj the horseshoe nail
that might lose or win the bat battle'
tle' battle' for Brooklyn in defense of its
National League- pennant sthis
yar seems to be .'a left-handed
Diaclf-hltter. 't;'"
,., At least that's' the. Impression,
one gets at Dodger" headquar headquarters,
ters, headquarters, where there's actually more
talk about a portside clutch guy
than about Roy Campanella's
surgically sculptured hands.
For example, vice president
Buzzie Bavasi said today, "as we
look toward spring training, our
immediate concern is a left left-handed
handed left-handed pinch hitter."
The retirement of TJale Mitch Mitchell
ell Mitchell after the World series, to go
into business, left the pinch pinch-hiting
hiting pinch-hiting gap. And the question
now is whether anyone of six
possibles can fill it
The half -dozen i mentioned
are: Pitcher i Don Newcombe,
catcher Rube Walker, infield infield-er
er infield-er Jim C'liam (if not in the
lineup), pitcher Johnny Po Po-dres,
dres, Po-dres, Bert Hamric un again
for another shot at the out outfield,
field, outfield, and John Roscboro, a
barkston honef ul who throws -rightrhanded
bat h ts left left-handed
handed left-handed and knocked 25 home
runs with Montreal last sea season.
son. season. Bi? Newcombe did well as a
pinch hitter in 1955 although he
left, much to be desired on the
mound. But last season, when
he hurled brilliantly, he. .was
comparatively weak at the plate.
And Mitchell was obtained from
The Dodger front office hopes
particularly that either. Hamric
or Roseboro can stay with the

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MOVE BACK, PLEASE D;ck Schnittkcr. Minneapolis Lak Lak-er'
er' Lak-er' forward, is a guy who needs elbow room. The fact that
rival NBA player, such as Boston's Andy Phillrp. right, don't
give it to him means nothing. As shown here, Schmttker
mereiy moves the fellow hetd back a littt-


club and fill the gap-in keep keeping
ing keeping with,;.the club's ... rebuilding
policy. v -. .;),
Oathe banks of the Gowanus,
there is indeed. as concentration
onebuiwing. iBavasi said, "you
might cdrnpare'i the Dodgers of
today with the Vanl(ees of 1949
-when they went ( tinder the
reign.-of 'Casey .-Stengel. The
Yanks rebuilt gradually and did
it very successfullyseven pen pennants
nants pennants and six world champion championships
ships championships in eight years."
The disposal of Jackie Robinson-sounded
Brooklyn's re rebuilding
building rebuilding keynote. And other
veterans wifll go when their
times come men like Cani Cani-panella,
panella, Cani-panella, Pee Wee Reese, Sal
MagHe, carl Furillo, Duke Sni Snider,'
der,' Snider,' CarlErskine and Gil
HodgeSj "ti.i"-.Vi'"r
Meanwhile manager Walt Al Alston
ston Alston and his aides will be more
than ever Intend during spring
training on trying to pick out
youngsters who can be blended
In with the veterans soon.
Pitching hopefuls are Fred
Kipp, southpaw knuckler from
the Montreal club; and Roger
Craig, Don Drysdale, Saaidy
Koufax and Chuck Templeton,
who were with Brooklyn, last
Jim Gentile, a first baseman
who hit 40 home runs with Fort
Worth last season and led the
Dodgers In all batting depart
ments on their post-season tour
of Japan, may stick in Brooklyn
this time. .Likewise third-sacker
Dick Gray from Fort Worth.
And their outfield teammate,
Don Demeter, who hit 41 homers
in '56. -.-

Info: Contention
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Interscholastic Baseball
Won. Lost Pet.
c. ..
H. S.
Jun. college-18, Cristobal High 7
v Fr'day's Gam.
Balboa High vs Cristobal High
The same Junior Colleee nine.
with minor modifications, -that
was the doormat ol Balboa and
Cristobal High, continued their
march to interscholastic base-
bail prominence on the Canal
Zone with a solid 18 to 7 trounc trounc-ine
ine trounc-ine of the Cristobal Tieers at
Mt. Hope Stadium Tuesday
J.C. had lost theif first two
games of the' season by such ri ridiculous
diculous ridiculous scores. It was generally
conceded that Balboa would re repeat
peat repeat with another championship
with only minor contention from
Cristobal; Now the picture is,
different -I
Suddenly snapping out of
their haplessness, J.C, defeated
Balboa High last Friday and to
prove it was no fluke, launched
a Tuesday night 18-hit assault
against three Tiger pitchers to
take home their 18 to 7 win and
move up to within one game of
tne leading Bulldogs from Bal Balboa.
boa. Balboa. ."''';.'
Raul Swalm took credit for
the victory, allowing eight hits
while sitrikihe out twelve and
walking six. After allowing three
runs tied the came at tnree au
in tne bottom or tne first rrame,
Swalm shut the dooron C.H.S.
runs until the seventh when he
weakened to allow four more
tallies, But. by the seventh he
could well afford four, or1 even
more, runs, for his team mates
had given him a comfortable 15-
run bulge to work on.
Ray Croft started for Cristo
bal and was nicked for 11 hits
in 2 and 2-3 Innings. Phil Hada-
rits took over in the third to re
tire the side. But his tenure of
fluty was not for long either. He
allowed 7 hits and 9 runs up to
the tirriA he was relieved bv Bill
kjlbson who finished out tbei-
nal two outs of the game..
Every man on the J.C. line-up
hit sareiy witn tne exception oi
Nahmad who batted only once
in the first frame, Gil Smith
and Washburn each had three
to lead the parade. Frey Ray Ray-bourne,
bourne, Ray-bourne, who -had two for five
for his night's work, hit the big biggest
gest biggest blast of the game. Ray Ray-bourne
bourne Ray-bourne opened the fourth frame
against Hadarits with -a big
blast over the left-center field
wall that sailed some 20 feet be beyond
yond beyond the 886-foot mark, r
. in an otherwise1 hectic nieht,
in which Cristobal High aided
J.C.'s cause, though no help was
necessary, with 10 errors, a pair
Lof fieldlnn gems gave the fans
some1 contrast rrom tne otner otner-wise
wise otner-wise sloopv play. In the first in inning
ning inning 'J.C.'s centerfielder. Gil
Smith, broke the back of a Cris Cristobal
tobal Cristobal rally by sliding in face
first to take Bill Gibson's bid
for an extra-base blow. Just off
his shoe tops, in the fourth
frame Wendy Sasso, C.H 8. sec second
ond second sacker, stole a base hlfrfrom
Bob Orvls when he picked his
line-drive out of the air when
it was Just short of going
through for a base hit
. The box scores:
Junior College
Cicero ss
Smith, Gil cf
Charles 3b ...
Raybourne If
Orvls c
Nahmad rf ..,
Washburn rf
Diego 2b .....
Ab R H Po A
5 2 2 0 2
Cotton 2b
Wood lb
Swalm p
41 18 18 21 8
Cristobal High
Rankin cf ...
Sasso 2b ... .
Croft p, rf, lb
Concepcion If
Williams If ..
Kulle ss ....
Humphrey c-
Newhard 3b .,
Gibson lb, p
Crawford ....
Ple'vins rf ....
Hadarits o
33 .7
S 21'
Score R Tnntnn
Tn 'rnllmM 53i S04 4 IS 18
rrlstohal Hi 300 000 4 7 10
Maybe the reosoncfeolines 1
fiext to godliness I thot Soturdoy
is next to Sunday.

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Won Lost Pet
: 2
Conejos U
Pericos ..
Conejos Outrun Pumas
The Conejos took the measure
of the Pumas Wednesday after afternoon
noon afternoon at. the Fastlich ball park
by an 8-6 score with Parker on
the: mound getting help from
BUipper in the fifth, to drop the
pumas to the bottom spot. -:
The Pumas starting, pitcher,
Bateman, was relieved by Pearl
In the second with hoe away
and finished the game. The Pu Pumas
mas Pumas got off to a fast start, lead leading
ing leading 2-1 In the first. The third
found' the Conejos out in front
by a ,7-4 score, the fourth by an
8-5 score. The Pumas added, one
in the fifth and at this point tne
game was called as time rah but.
Tne Pumas scored two in tne
first on singles by Kiamco and
Barley, a sacrifice hit by Roe
and a wild nitcn. Tnev aaaea
two more in tne tnira on singles
by Roe, Barley and a double by
Schwarzrock. Another In the
fourth on singles by Roe and
Barley, coupled with two' walks.
One in the fifth on a single by
Schwarzrock and three walks.
The Conejos scored one In the
first on singles by Stewart and
Scott and two stolen bases.' six
runs crossed the plate in the
second on singles by Stewart
and Brandon four basest on
balls, three stolen bases, and a
knll tan mon wnt. t'n
bat The eighth run scored in
the fourth on a single by Bran-
Is Pro Bawling

In Sports-Lovers' Thinking?

NEW YORK,! (UPV-Billy Welu
(pronounced Way-Loo), the
world's outstanding tall-man bowl bowl-ef,
ef, bowl-ef, predicted tolay the nation will
have major league pin toppling by
i960" "like in baseball and foot
ball." ..
Welu of Houston. Tex., said ne
gotiations are progressing toward
a league of major clubs that will
include at least eight cities and
have an eight-months season from
September througn April.
The dark-haired Texan, standing
six feet four and one-half, named
the cities that probably will have
represenation in the circuit. They
are New York (and New Jersey),
Chicago. Detroit, St. Louis, Mil
waukee, Los Angeles, Cleveland
and Philadelphia. J
"it is expected that the league
will be divided into eastern and
western divisions," he explained.
How Stag. Wat Sot
Big Billy, who won the national
doubles tle with Doc McLaren in
954 and who has been a member
Criollo First Yacht
Across Finjsh Line
In Miami-Nassau Run
NASSAU, Bahamas, Feb,', T
(UP) The sleek, 67-foot yawl
Criollo knifed across the finish line
in Nassau habor last night well a a-head
head a-head of the 27 other luxury yachts
in. the annual Miami-Nassau yacht
race. i
The Criollo, the defending cham champion
pion champion In the classic,- owned by Dr.
Luis Vidana of Havana, took the
lead an hour, after the starting
gun sounded In Miami Tuesday
and never relinquished It The mahogany-hulled
craft made the 184 184-mile
mile 184-mile run in 30 hours, 45 minutes
and 25 seconds.
Hor correctorf- time, basod on
a handicap allowance, was 2t
hours, 3 minute and 53 second
r an hour an 10 minute lower
thai lat year Victory dath,
But the Criollo could still lose
the race on the basis of big time
handicaps for some of the small-1
er vessels.
The 67-foot cutter Mogu, owned
by Fred Guggenheimer of St Pe
tersburg, swished across the fin-

Oiish line second. Mogu's exact time
-' was not immediately determined.

The Mare Nostrum, which had
(been running in second place most
of the race, suffered a heart heart-6.
6. heart-6. breaking mishap within sight of
twinkling lights of Nassau
when she lost her main spar.
Tha spar snapped at a point i
12 feet above the deck and the 1
captaia reported te the C e a t
Guard cutter Aurora that
ship was preceedina
under newer, thua automatically

limlnatina tha vel from tha Boston Celtics. If they lose, St,
reee. ,1 Louis eaa fain a ti for the to
The Mare Nostrum is owned byby beating Bochester.
Georft A. Mellea ti St. Peters-!
burf. I The New York Knicks and fhl

Top contender to beat out tne
Criollo on the basis of corrected
time was Carletoa Mitchell's Finls Finls-terre,
terre, Finls-terre, last year's Southern Ocean
Racing Conference champion. The
Finlsterre was reported U be in
Cfta place.

don, two bases on balls- and ft
pilfered base. 6
For the Pumas Barley led,
with three for four followed by
Roe and; Schwarzrock with two
for three. For the Conejos,
Chassin was tops with one for
one followed, by Stewart' and
Rrandon with two fnr ir
The box score:
Kiamco cf
Roe 3b ...
i a 3 1
....3 1
Barley lb 4 2
Bateman p, If ; , 1 1 0
Pearl c, p .... v-3 0
Schwarzrock. S3- .... 3
Wilson If ...., 0
Rowan c
Dilfer rf
xxScott .
. Conejos
Chassin 2b ......,'.,
Stewart rf -i . .
2 1
Parker p, 3b
Scott cf
Miller lb .,
Klipper .3b, i
Brandon ss
McNabb c .
Hern, R. If
Thomas If
xWalked for Rowan In 5th. :
xxWalked for Dllfer in 5th,
SUMMARY Two .base hits:
Schwarzrock. Strike outs: by
Bateman 2. Pearl Zt Parker .4,
Klipper 0. Walks off Batemap; A,
Pearl 3, Klipper 1, Parker 7.
Sacrifice hits: Roe. Umpires
Williams arid Hall.
of bowling's All-America team for
the past two years, sam several
developments In the sport have
set the stage fof major league al alley
ley alley comeptition. They are:
(1) The remarkable Boon 6! th
sport as a television attraction
luring the past .' two years has
caused big-time Sponsors,- partiou
larly in the beer1 industry, to seek
major league competition that can
be televised nationally on a regu regular
lar regular schedule. ',
(2) The refinement and modern'
ization of the nation's 15,000 bowl;
1ng establishments that followed
the general adoption of automatic
pin-potting machines to Jeplaci
pin boys. c W
' '' .f 1
(3),The tremendous enthusiasm
for bowling by women and girll
during the past .five years navi
made it America's biggest particl
nation sport." with an estimated
30,000,000 persons rolling the, balU
each year.,
. (4) Because of the unprecedent unprecedented
ed unprecedented keeling boom, it is now possi'
ble for professional bowlers' to
concentrae on the sport; and earn
competition. ''
Welu A Rarity
Welu. one of the few tall men
who ever became ace 'bowlers, is
a member of the St. Louis Bud
weisers. winners of the American
Bowling Congress national high
series award for 1954-55 and 1955'
56. At 25, his lifetime average in
team compeutwn u 212. j
He has rolled eight 300 fame
and three 800 series. He had
high series of 822. His highest
sanctionel game was, 299 and his
highest sanctioned series is 779;
Why is it that few tall men-art1
good bowlers, he was asked.'
c : i
"Because their center of gravlW
is so high above the alley, and
they have to develop a modified
technique to be as .good as -short -er
men,'' he said. "That takes' a,
knowledge of the technique and
plenty, of practice." -i.
First Division Spot
Is Pro Cagers Prize;
In Games of Toniohf
BUG TUSSLE; Ark. Feb.'f fTJPl
First place in the Western Divt
sion of the National Basketball As
soclation and third place in tha
Eastern Division will be the cnief
prizes in league fames tonight
The Port Wayne Pistons, whi
were given a full-game lead in tha
West when second-place' St. Lou la
dropped a 91-87 decision to Phil ay
jdelphia Tuesday night, will defend
that margin m a lame aeamst tha
Syracuse nationals, bota ot wttoia
lost Tuesday night, will

Boston for third place in tha East
The Knicks, who bowed to Rcf
ester, 91-88, have a half-gami
margin over Syracuse, which k
to Boston, 105-10L




. ''.4,1"-k '1 -v


Won Lost Pet.

:. 8 0 1.000

2 ,.715
2 .715
4 .428

ft .250
7 .000

Police .1

Lincoln Life ....... &
Spur Cola 5
Gibraltar Life ....'8
Elks, 1414 .......v. 2
Sevmour Agency '. 0

- Police 4, Spur 5ol I---
.'police clinched; at least a tie
,' for the first half championship
.rhpn with- two out." two runs

- behind and no one on the sacks,
the big guns In the Police lineup
knocked out four successive hits
and scored three runs to go out

in front by one run. ;
' r JiM. ThriiHn last inning,

cwiitvi .went down on strikes.

Dempsey lined out to. left field.
' Then, the explosion took jgace.
Ashton lined stogie corrlgan
fmashed a double that bounced

oiit of the para. wii f""""'
o?econd and third, Prlester
' hit another double that drove
, in, tw runs and tied the ball
tame, prlester stole third, and
f "T?., HKhinr to third. Pot.,

.teraTort in" infield single,

Prlester scoring. ...
Uo to this point Zelnick the
Spur Cola jpitcher did a master
f ul lob allowing .only : one lt.
in 'fict Zelnick reiired the first

twelve men that faced him. f.
The spur Cola lads outhit the
champs, but could not cash hi

when tney naa men " ""'
fefLvtntr ten runners

itranded. Prlester started for

the Police but he needed help,
and Ashton did a super relief

Job.. u

took a terrific licking from the
Lincoln Lifers. 1 i,

The Lincoln clobbered the
offerings of Blaney and Perra

for 15 hits, and eleven runs.

Six batters in the Lincoln

llneuD had two safeties each.

Beck, French, Fernandez, John

ny Joyner, case and Demine- be

longed to this group, with: case
and Detnlng having two for two.

French was the hurler for the

Llncolns. He allowed four hits,
three of which went to Boat-

wright, and the other to Carl
son. 1

Leaders ; Play
r j v .y..e.i r:
This Evening



Balboa t

Lucky Strike
American Lesion . . .

Junior College . .. ..

Won Lost

The box score,::

Duran 2b
Ostrea ss
Beck 3b ;..

French n

Fernandez c .

Chas. Joyner rf

John Joyner rf

Case lb ...

Bowman lb -.
Engelke R.
Deming cf
Klamco If
Engelke L. If

Ab B H

3 11

2 1
1, 2






' The bw score:
foiico-'-i '-r
Dempsey 3b
Ashton as, pi..--..
Corrlgan 2b, as ..
Prlester p, ef, 2b

potter c .
Riley lb ....
Sebastian rf

; Catron II
Smith cf

Wilder,-2b... ........
'''"'v Spur Cola V
Albrltton lb
perantle ss
Starkenberg 2b ........
Zelnick p ............
Mounts rf .....,
Bradshaw cf . . .
Bowen 3b

ft- ?
.... 1

Ab R H

3 0 0

3 1





Carlson cf ...
Calleja 2b ....
pearl 2b
Boatwrlght ss
Corrlgan c
Moses lb .
Arosemena lb

Anderson rf .
Malene rf ....
Ravmond 3b

Hilzinger If ...

Herring a
Blaney p
Perra pv.


, .-Last Night's Result

Balboa High S, Junior College 3

Tonight' Game
Amer. Legion vs Balboa High


e s
0 0
e 0

0 0

Coach Paul Karst's Balboa

High nin continued on their

march to the first place flag

last nieni aeieaune junior col

lege 5 to 3 In an extra-inning

'Fred Hariey and Fred Rav

bourne hooked up In a pitchers

auei ana tne game was not fle fle-cided
cided fle-cided until, the ninth inning
when High School pushed across

two runs to brear tne tie.

- College took a short-lived one

run lead in tne second wnicn
was erased in the fourth when
the High School scored three
runs. College scored their sec second
ond second run in the fifth with Wash-
u... K..u.a. i4.w .i.-i.

rSt.-riStSSSz. ."s -. new york tup)

riU v.- -- Mantle admits that

an mneid out. ;

. j

' DOG' TROT-r-A greyhound paces Carmen fiasilio doing, road
: work on the Miami Beach KeniteJ Club track. iThe Chittenango
ionion grower, -defends : tbe welterweight championship against
' Johnny Sexton m 19 rounds at the Cleveland Aren,t Feb. 21.

Walker ilfj WVW

.Mikulich. If

3 0 1


' f With the first section of the

10-game hall season weu unae5
way, Mutual of Omaha, manag manag-ed
ed manag-ed hy I. D. Hummel, is holding

a tight grip on first place wiwi
S wins and no losses. His closest
rival are the Cyrnos and Life-

saver's squads, wno nave oecn
steadily Improving since the
start of the league. Following
are the standings of the respec respective
tive respective teams (tie games not in included
cluded included in the tsandings);

Cyrnos'. 4 ;
Mutual of Omaha 5
Lifesavera 3
Seymour Jrs. 2
Police Jrs. ....... 1
Kiwi ....-.... 0

Won Lost Pet.






Courtney to Try

Following Record

BOSTON (UP) Handsome Tom

rnnrtnnv who looki more wee a

crooner than, an Olympic ohampi ohampi-n
n ohampi-n runner, says he's going tOS'y
the half-mile "another try" in
New York Saturday. .;
The buskyi 1 0 r m ,r Tordhifti
flasb.i now in the Army, equaled
thtf world indoor mark for the 600 600-vsrd
vsrd 600-vsrd run in turning in a 1:09. J

clocking at the Boston A.A. Track

Meei saiuraay nignw :

Tha rtmes run from 4:30 to

6:00 p.m. and are usually held
on the Farm League- diamond
near- the Balboa. Elementary
. x 1 i

; Kobbe's Little Lifeliners finally

vri.m their bad breaks and

defeated Caribbean Command 9 to

Sina thrilling gam piayea ai
-. undron Field on. Monday af ter

rain.' --i'v -,
.The game only went four innings
ItM-anM nf hMrr icorina and was

called by the umpires, in accord

ance :with the league regulation,
at 4 p.m. The win going to Den-
nil Connor, who had- relieved
Steve Harth in the 2nd inning and
f allowed no runs and no hit in the
three innings he pitched.
Jim Rowan started for CMrib CMrib--
- CMrib-- been Command and was relieved
by Schalts in the second inning.

Rowib was charged with the loss
and was credited with having the
only hit off Kobbe pitching get

ting a ground rule double in tne
first which cleared the bases. : ".
Defensively the starof the game

was Jim molka Kobbe's center-fielder-
who made two sensation

al shoe string catches. In addition

to these grandsUnd plays by Smol Smol-ka
ka Smol-ka both teams played heads np
anl neither aide was charged with
an error.

Kobbe collected five hits off

CC's pitchers; Phillips getting two,
and Bonner, Argnetta and Rogers
each getting one.
This victory was the defending
champion's aecond against five
oses and it is hoped that this will
b the break the hoys seed to get
roiling. j .. .
- TTie line score:
Caribbean Command S I 0. 05
Kobbe :. : 1 s

Primarily a half-miler. he had

stepped down Ut the 600 tour

times before against Villanova's
Charlie Jenkins. The 21-year old
Jenkins had won three duels and
lost to Courtney the other time

when he took a tumble in a clcae-

ly-paeked start.
Jenkins' "Indian sign" over him

bothered Courtney. Not even his
two Olympic sold medals (800

meters and 1600-meter relay leg)

could erase the fact that he just j
couldn't take Jenkins cleanly.

I wanted to turn in a nara,

fast race. A race where if I won

there'd be no doubt bout it," said


' v- -'...v.; :
There wasn't. Courtney made

his bid on the final VA laps,
breezing oast leader Sob Mc Mur

ray of Morgan Stat and second

place runner Jenkins. He kept op

ening daylight between all rivals
un'il he scorched past the tape

with a 50-foot lead over Joe Gaff

ney who had come uo from last

ia nnisn second. ,

Jenkins, wno finished a mtr

fourth, said he "Just tired. I

thought 1 ran all naht but Tonvi

ran a 101 oetter."

Courtney's time tied the world

indoor mark set here two years

ago dv mat wmtiieid and was

lour-tentns of a second faster than

Jenkins' meet record established

last year.

UUer Ron Delanv. 21-vear W

ViUanova -junior from Dublin. Ire-

ibiiu, vuiraa jl.jua s uoDDy sea

man on the final lan to noat

time of 4:07 J. the faiteat miu

clocking turned in yet this Winter

The collegians tied the score

In the bottom of the seventh

when Lee Cotton led off with a
base hit. Frank Smith went lh

to run for Cotton, and reached
second as Hariey .; threw out
Wood at first base; Smith adf
vanced to third when base um um-nire
nire um-nire Willie called a balk on Har

iey.; Oil Smith dropped a Texas
leaguer down the third base

from third with the tying run

line and smith acorea easily
to send the game into extra In


. Both teamV got men on base

in the eighth in scoring posi

tions but Hariey and Raybourne
tightened uo and prevented their

opponents irom scoring.
High School pushed across the
winning runs in the top of the
ninth with Lefty Bob Hamilton

opening the lnninsr with a sin single
gle single to -right. More went down
on' strikes after attempting- to

saennee the runner along. Mc Mc-Oriff
Oriff Mc-Oriff walked to nut nmrters at

second and first but Hariey eas

ed the tension for a moment by
flying out to Raybourne. Charley
French hit a hirt fly bill' to

rleht and the" ball fell in for a
hit aa the deep slaving dut dut-flelders
flelders dut-flelders wre unable tn'rech it
and Hamilton and McOrlff rac

ed around and Scored.

College threw a scare into the

High School in the bottom of

the ninth when Hariey weaken weakened
ed weakened and walked two batters with
one away; Barbler came In to

relievo Hariey after the second
walk and the good-sized crowd
on hand gave the slender rlght-

nanaer a wen-oeservea round of

applause as Hariey walked back

to tne dug-out. XJlcero attempt attempted
ed attempted to move the runners along
with a bunt but Barbler picked
up the ball and got the runner
at third out to kill the Colleee

rally and give Balboa High the
win. :.-

Score Is Source i

ri Mickev

southpaw Herb Score gave him

the most trouble last season.
Asked why Score is so tough for
him, the Yankee center fielder
said, 'I don't know,;. .1 just can't

nip mm good.


aw.', j



BOSTON (UP) The National
AAU boxing championships will

wiu .be staged, here April 8-10, It
was announced today;


Lonely Button-Pusher Stays in NY;

And Celebrating Friends Miss Joe


NEW YORK (UP) -The "man

wito pushed the buttons" was.

even on bis greatest day. all bv


There was more than a hint that

make -it -into the baseball Hall of

Fame. And be did it long last Sun

day along with vwahoo Sam

On Wednesday the Ft. clavton

Mixed Bowling League started

tne second round with the BMB
wildcats remaining in first place

uy wmnine iour noints irom tup

Alley catsj ; v '-

The River Rats mound into

second .place by taking four
points from the Red Cats. The
Connectors lost "one and one one-half
half one-half .noints to thft Matadors and

dropped to third place in aiCrawford.

nara-rougnt tnree game series. 1

The Duds are nresentlv ni 4th But the iron-la -wed Irishman

place after taking three games fi'om Buffalo as usyal had the

door o nis office closed.
That usually was the story when
he managed the Chicago Cubs.

those great teams of the. New

TPF York Yankees and those disap-

15563 Pointing teams of the Boston Red

12 13305 Sox. He could be appached but

rzYt 1837 J-' was difficult:. ,

iinAi' Because Joe. McCarthy always
jMwas a "loner." .
H was alone again', on what
:J22?!shoild have been his greatest day,

loOU (.ittinp in' nlifllf1o ,.n hi Pnfl'oln

estate while the baseball world


come,"' he replied.- "l'dhate

De emoerrassed."
You never thoueht of McCarth. s

the curt, gruff Irishman, as a man
who worried about such things.
And yet there was a hint in' hi 7
nnefe- .that. h. hakU 1.- Tr

. --v. v.t..u mi' aav,. H4fK.,.1

WJJ 15! "Of' congenial, and yet he'"

from the Honey Bears,

The slandings'arevas follows;

Team Won Lost

BMB wildcats 22 : 10

River Rats



Honey Bear
Alley Cats

Red Cats ..


,12 :!.-'



charge by Jimmy Dykes back' .in
the old days that he was "a pushs
button manager."
Nobodv ever. irnt raallv .1

Wis. For "Marse Jms", .it

business. The first day he walked'
into the iYankee clubhouse, on' a
tour Of dutv ripstinprf A Win kt rrVtt

Yankee pennants, he took one
, att.he- Payers' big, woodeft
card table and told the clubhouse:



Results 23 Jan. 1957
Honey Bear 1, Duds 3
BMB Wildcats 4, Alley Cat 0
Red Cats 0. River Rats. 4

Connector 2V2, Matadors- IW

500 Club 23 Jan. 195T

W. 8keistaitis,r553 ; ,.N..:;"

phere of a New York hotel.

They were all on hand for the
New York baseball writers dinner.

Thrrevwas Casey Stengel and

Bucky Harris, who sucde'eded him
at the helm of the mighty Yan-
1 i.. n:tf.-i.

Top Five- Average (Men) .til ""Jn

w. aKeistaius 18 159 thm oil-" a.naa. coit-u

Lindenbure- 21152 J "6L,rM-

V Burnett 1 OAisni' "ly fayeis; guys

l":TL Jiizzuto and Tommy Hennch, and
z oineonle with whom he hurt hipn as.

an axe and ."break

UP! .. ; . r"

14; fight fan, he was, and a fight fighter.
er. fighter. There Was nn xnftnea In him

and .it hadto make him a lonely
man: -which is tho wm ...

hi big day. But don't thinlr J,--

didn't deserve the honor .hirh"

made-merry 'In the plush atnios-amc lo jiin ven his solitude..-



Mickey sdded during a press con conference
ference conference Monday. "And when Herb

learns a little more cpntrol, broth-1

i'Everybody;knoWs he's fast; but! er,. he's going to be eyed tougher, K. Calbat
he's also got a. good curve ball," to hit." i lM. Moor-

High Game (Women)
K. Calbat, 18ft
High Series (Women)
C. Moreno, 457

High. Game (Men)
E. Blevins, 216
High Series (Men)
V. Burnett, 554 i
Top Five Average (Women)
M. McCoy ............. 24138
J. Baugh 24 12P
C. Moreno .. .i........ 2412B

EOciated over the years.

They would have liked to have
had him there: Y.inkee owners
Del Webb and Dan Topoing, Gen General
eral General Manager George Weiss, and

neople; he knew such as Bob Fel-

ier. HanK ureenberf, c Aaf lie
Crimm, Frank Lano. Sal MagJie,
Roy Mack, Bill Veeck' and. many
others. , .' '.. ',"
"1 if a sure thing- that Til he
elected?" he asked when' he was
nvied to sit on the dai;
"No." hp was tnlrf. Vlt'n tint a

24124 sure thing." .. ;
24121 "WeM, then I'd b e 1 1 e r not 1

As one Who missed him at th riin.

ner said:

shucks, an vbodv ennt-ii -in";

with, the Yankees. ; But this mnn.

Wnfl a nontiant 1 nritU 1.. ..i..l..

A' 'strange accolade. But some
Solace, you hope; for5 a hard man man-who
who man-who was soft underneath and
lmeJy to the end.,

Eczema Itch
Quichlv Foua if

IIS,!.?.. !;edrn". This great medlcln

Th.t i. r- i OI trouble.

your iKin aort.

irioti;. n.Tail "J"i in ana at.

ln, loeka and fetli tMurm.



vhy you vill prefer

Fred Dwyer won the two-mile,
outclassing FBI agent Horace
Ashenfelter f o r the second
straight time in Boston, at thenfel.

ter, now S3, had woo the event tk.

past four years but lost to Dwmr

vj m gooa au reel mis time.

Anue Sowell of Pitt took the

iww, vuianova's PhU Reavis leap-

w w-o iw mt ue nign-jnmp.
And the Rev. Bob Richard ear.

nered the polo vaultins honors

wim a effort

Tonight the American Lesion

will attempt to stop the league
leaders, sending Lefty Sherwood

or Bin pretto to tne mound

High School wil counter with

Wayne WaU in their attempt to
nail down the first hair flag.

'The box score:

Balboa High

French, cf
Ryter, rf y ..
Sutherland, 3b
Winklosky. as ....

Klrkland, If

Hamilton, lb ....

More, 3b'.........
McOrttr, c

Hariey, p

Barbier, p



Ab R

5 0

H Pe

1 t

Ricketts At 42
In Free Throws


uave Kicaens of Duouosne Uni University
versity University sank two -foul shots before
missing on his third in a ram

wim niagaa aionoav nieht la x.

- racLriu uttLe LEAGCC Jma nis eonsecuove foul shot rec rec-:
: rec-: Won Lost Pet OTd to 4i

t?nc. .1.000' '. RicketU. whe last missed a free

tncain uie .. a ? .75n.uirow on Jan. 3 arainst nartnn

34 I 9 27 7

Janfor Cwflego

Cicero, ss ......
O. Smith, cf ..

Nahmad. tt 2b

Raybourne, p

w. McKeown. c

Washburn, rf
Hammond. 3b .,

Cotton. 2b

F. Smith, rf ..,

Wood, lb......

1 7

, They are the 20,000 pure white filtering ele ele-irients
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set the major college record at 40

last weonesoay when he hit 10-for-10
to break the mark of 38 set
early this season by Chet Forte of

Rieketts rat hieh scorer 'Um.

dsy night with 16 points as Du

e.-s -cf the Pacir.c Little League.iquesne best, Niagara. 73-52.

7 I cere By Innings

Balboa High 000 300 0035
jun. college 010 010 1003

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StTMMARY Wlnnlnr tHch-

er; Hariey ti-01. Laintsr nitcner:

Raybourne (I-J): struck out by
Hariey 5, Raybourne 9. First
base on balls: Hariey 3. -Rsy-

Doume 1. Tnree base hits: Ryter
and WlnkkM-kr. Wild pitch:
Hariey. Balk: Hariey. Cmplrer
P. Corriran and W. WiUiams.

Scorer: Mead. Time: 3:13.



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Gibraltar Life Ins. Co
for rates and Information
Tel. Panama 8-0351
n a kic.POR.TES BAXTER, S. A.
Packers Shippers -Movers
Phone 22451 .m
Learn Ritfirg
Riding Sr Jumping Classes daily
I to i p.m. Phone 2-2451
'or by appointment.
I Latin-American O Native wanw
I ii nrivata lessons for
Couples, Teenager! & Individuals.
Balboa Service Center
Monday Thru Thursday
, Halboa 2-2959
rni lib personnel apd their
families only.
Model V
With F 1.2 Lens
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fan? mi
N. York

A.Y. Reporters
Nix Robinson's
IBad Press

NEW YORK fUP)- Two New

'york spcrts columnists took lss"!ment said a Doctrine of "libera-
iiih .iarkif Robinson today anai"' i... amu

y w,..

declared the ex-Brooklyn uoager
tar-. vUr;r;
. a. a.

mem n uiu uic
; during his career.;

Joe Williams of the New York

joe miliums vi uic - j.
"Wnrlrf Telecram and the Sun and' tion by the U.SA. of the elemen elemen-:s"WoT.rf?
:s"WoT.rf? elemen-:s"WoT.rf? rA".i.! L ?Mir-itarv standards of international

Dan Parker of the New York Mir'

!ror commented on Robinson's
. statement in Ottawa that soma

, new xorx writers wtu iiuii iu

face they wou.dn't write anything
good about him.
Williams and Parker made it
plain they spoke for themselves,
for their paper's sports staffs and
ifor the New York press in gen
era I.
"We certainly gave no such In In-litructionx
litructionx In-litructionx to anyone on our paper
f-I never heard of anything like
that before," said Will'ams. "I

fan't imagine anyone running alto the TJSSR, with the purpose of
narjer that wav. We took Robin-! attaining their anti popul t

paper that way. We took Robin

son as a ball player and recorded
hi, accomplishments at bat and on
the field as such. We didn't go out
of our way to create controversy.
"I believe Jackie Robinson got
a remarkable press," Williams
added. "And I feel it is regretta-
, ble in view of the fine contribu contribution
tion contribution he made that his present
. tmping should cost him some of
the popularity he richly earned."
, "Jackie Robinson had the great greatest
est greatest press any ball player In New
York ever had," said Parker. "I
don't know who he is referring to.
- I know a lot of writers went to
bat for Robinson.

The 38-year-old Robinson, stfll
fliaplayicg his natural talent for!
Stirring up controversy, conceded j
in Canada
that, on the whole he.

The owner of a well established and remunerativa business in
Panama City requires a partner with reasonable capital. A biiingufj,
ambitious and energetic man of about 35 to 45 years of age prefered to
whom opportunity would be given to eventually, acquire whole business.
Complete information furnished tt .interview only.
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Write for appointment to
P, O. Box 134 -' "
. Panama.


' I Street No. IJ v
Agendas Internal. da Pubticaciones
No. I Lottery Nmn
Central Ave. 41

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FOR SALE: One Maytag wash washer,
er, washer, 25-eycU. Phone 85-4235.
FOR SALE: -Norge combination
f reexer-ref rigarator, 14 eu. ft.
capacity, 4 months old, 60-cycle,
110 volts. Pried $300. MSgt.
Edward ffaran. Ft. Clayton 340"
A, Davis Street. Phone 2146.
Real Estate
FOR SALE: Hectare lot on
Campana Heights level, m; near
Posada San Antonio, front Hotel
Hill. Cost price,
Call 3-0996,
12-4 p.m.
Gold Dust
The second game of a thrse thrse-game
game thrse-game series between the Cate Es Esquire
quire Esquire single men and married men
will be played Sunday morning al
10:30 on the Guardia Nacionai
f The first game went' to the ba bachelors
chelors bachelors as they outlasted a fight fighting
ing fighting opponent to the score of 12 to
10. The close score has led the los losers
ers losers to believe that with a bit
tighter deferise and pitching they
would be able to even the series.
Manager Fario and coach1 Lince
have both been optimistic since
Monday when they learned that
Jack Smith who stopped the sin
glemen rally in the late stage of
the game would De avauame irom
the first inning.
On the other hand, AI Doyle
will stick to last Sunday game game-winnina
winnina game-winnina line-up with the exception,
that Herb Moise will be starting
Through this medium, the orga-

Anti-Russia Spy Ring Alleged
By Soviets; They've Accused US

MOSCOW, Feb. 7 (UP) The
Soviet government accused the
United States today of waging a
"secret war" of espionage and sa sabotage
botage sabotage against Russia. It showed
newsmen four "spies' alleged to
have been parachuted into the So Soviet
viet Soviet Union by U.S. intelligence
A Soviet Foreign Ministry state
iinn fiT iiit ueuuic a ut;uiuwbwv
- cornerstone 0f
American foreign policy,"
The ttovernment 'statement "said
such a policy is a gross vioia-
' The Western correspondents
ceive the statement from Leonid
Ilychev, ministry press cniet.
The statement e v e 1 le d the
charge against "aggressive quar quarters
ters quarters in the USA.
Hostile To USSR
"The spnriinir of xbies
saboteurs is known to be a form
of struggle used by forces hostile
attaining their
fo la," Thw- ar rwmwnr a is
It said''the aggressive quarters
of the USA are coming out as the
inspirers and chief organizers of
the so-called secret war against
the USSR and the other Socialist
states." t
"For the first time in history
thev have raised to the level ot
had been treated well. Then he
writers told him it didn't pay to
write nice things about him and
that they would have to wait lor
controversial issues.
When they tell you that right
in your face, you have to stop and
think," Robinson said Tuisday

182 La CairawulUa
" No. St "B" Street,'

4tb of July Ave. J St,
FOR SALE: 1948 Hudson Conn
modoro Eight, fully equipped,
excellent condition. Call Villaro-:
sa, Tivoli Hotel.
FOR SALE: 1955 Ford 4-door
excellent condition, radio, fun
vijor, wsw tires, solex, glass
fender skirts, 1 3,000 mile.
Hou?e 5504-C, Diablo. Phone-.
FOR SALE: 1951 Chrysler
Windsor Club Coupe, duty free,
$550. Phone Cristobal 256S.
FOR SALE: 1955 7ahp. mo motor
tor motor Evinrude, practically new;
10-ft. boat, 50-inch beam; 1955
Chevrolet Bel-AIre, yellow and
white, power glide, radio, wsw
'tires, topnotth condition. Call
Balboa 1500 (office). Navy
3178 (house).
FOR SALE: 1953 Plymouth 4 4-doon
doon 4-doon sedan, excellent tires, ap appearance
pearance appearance and mechanical eonJi-f
tion. Low mileage. Equipped with -overdrive,
foam rubber seats, dual.,
exhausts. Must see to appreciate.
Phone 82-3246 or 87-5287.
FOR SALE: 1955 Pickup, like
new. Phone 86 7209 Albrook
Field. Can be seen beside AIO.
FOR SALE: Willys Jeaptter
Convertible, new tires, nylon top
and side curtains, complete inte interior,
rior, interior, engine overhaul, clutch with
very economical overdrive, 24
miles per gallon, $430. Phone
Balboa 2-1515.
nizers of the series would like to
make it known to the players that
their one dollar quota must be
paid before game time on Sunday
This will be used to buy refresh refreshments
ments refreshments after the game. The money
can be turned over to Stanley Da'
rio, Alfred Doyle or Humberto Ar-
an official policy subversive activ
ity against countries unsuitable
for them, gross interference in he
home affairs of nations, both big
and small," the Soviet statement
The statement charged that
"oficial US government bodies
are conducting subversive ,andJ
espionage activities . under the
guise of all sorts of private com-
mittees, foundations and unions
Radio Pre Europe
It cited the ford Foundation,
the Rockefeller Foundation and
the Carnegie1' Foundation, as well
as the Crusade for Freedom
sponsor of Radio Free Europe.
The statement was issved in the
milst oi the year's first-session
of the Supreme Soviet, Russia's
parliament. A major foreign poli
cy debatt is scheduled tater this
week in the boviet fniiitment.
(Western observers saw to
night's statement as a hint of a
hard line with the Kremlin leader
bringing the rubber-stamp Par
liament up to date on events
since the Hungarian and Polish
The Foreign Ministry statement
charged American military planes
were, used to smuggle spies and
saboteurs onto. Soviet territory a
number of times. .''
It said that between April 1950
and December, 1956, U. S. planes
to charges the leaders of the
United States have set up a "so
called policy of liberation."
"In a statement made by Mie
White House at thev bez?nning of
J956, it was said point blank that
liberation of the peoples democra democracies
cies democracies was, is, and would be the
chief aim of the U.S. foreign poll
cy until success is achieved," it
"And indeed, the liberation doc
trine, that is U. S. subversiveac subversiveac-tivitv
tivitv subversiveac-tivitv against the Socialist nations
has for many years now deter
mined the U.S. policy vis a vis
these countries, and is an integral
part of American foreign poucy

' .At. TWeli No
' M Central Ave.

: l$t Centra!
come income tax returns are due April
15. Qualified tax consultant are
available at your telephone. Call
Panama 3-7001.
, Miscellaneous
FOR SALE: McGregor shirrs
and pants. Join our Merchandise.
Club. The best. Baxar Madrid,
Central Avenue No. 65.
STORE announces the opening of
its ready-made clothes section. ;
where special items for the com-
ing carnival season are offered,;
Available for gentlemen are em"
broidered shirts in different
styles. For ladies are blouses,
skirts and embroidered pollsraa
, exclusively designed by Ludigra Ludigra-ma.
ma. Ludigra-ma. La Flor de Calidonia, No.
26-36 Central Ave. Phone 2 2-4882.
4882. 2-4882.
FOR SALE: 1950 Ford Tudor A
V-8, 5 new tires $350; Coldspot
air 'conditioner, 60-cycle $190,
Call Balboa 2-1859.
FOR SALE: 20" gas rangette,
4-bumer. Phone 1320-A, Colon.
FOR SALE: New Sears alumi aluminum
num aluminum Venetian blinds, off-white,
plastic tapes: 3 92-inch wide by
65-inch long; 2 73-inch wide by
65-inch long. Phono Balboa
FOR SALE: Refrigerator Norga,
8-ft. $135 (available March 1);
GE washing machine $80; four
fans $8 to $20, all above 25-
. cycle; metal drssers';$6: or $8;
Windsor chair $10; tools, mil-
' f ellaneous household article.
Binders tV album pagaa for stamp'
collectors. Forbes, 1527-B, Al Almond
mond Almond St., Gavilan Area, Balboa;
Phone Balboa 1781. . ; : s


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Remember Korean War taxes?;
Well, They're Still With Us

The House Ways Sc Means Com Committee
mittee Committee voted overwhelmingly to today,
day, today, to grant President Eisenhow
er s request for a one-year exten
sion of present tax rates on cor
porations, liquor, beer, cigarette?
and automobiles.
The levies, enacted during the
Korean War as a "temporary"
measure, are scheduled to drop
automatically April 1 under pres
ent law. This would cost the gov
ernment an estimated three bil billion
lion billion dollars annually in revenues.
- The committee approved the ex extension
tension extension bill by voice vote affer
Treasury Secretary George M
Humphrey renewed his opposition
to tax cuts this year. He said the
April 1 reduction, if allowed to
occur, would upset plans for a
balanced budget next year.
Humphrey said that after two
years of balanced buiget "it
would be inexcusable to slip back
into deficit spending" in the 1958
fiscal year.
One 'No' Vote
Committee Chairman Jere Coop
er (D-Tenn) told newsmen he
heard "only one 'No vote" fnen
bis 25-member committee. He 3ik1
no attempt was .made to tack any
tax-relief proposal onto the ex extension
tension extension bill. '
House leaders have indicated
they will call the bill up on the

Haley's Comet Buzzing' London;
As Press, Teeners in Welcome
LONDON, Feb. 7 (UP) Police! iuvenile delinquency than a ny
called reinforcements into central B thr kind of music.
London today to. forestall new "It was just fantabulous" said
teenage riots of joy at the presence; an article 'under his byline in the

of American rocs n rou King em:
Haley arrived for a three week
tour of Britain and ran into scenes
of frenzied adoration that injured
one person and badly damaged ms
car. It took the efforts of 50 police policemen
men policemen to free him.
He gives his firsTconcert at Lon London's
don's London's Dominion Theater tonight
and- a' spokesman at Tottenham
Court Road -police station across
the streef said reinforce me n t s
were bein drafted to- handle the
situation. v- --? j-
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J JMsV-VFatwabwhtw''
"We don't want any trouble," a
police spokesman said.
Haley expressed the same senti sentiments
ments sentiments at a press-conference last
night He admitted he and his wife
had been' badly frightened when
the mob surged around the car,
crushing a police woman.
But Haley told the new con.
ferertce ho was convinced rock
and roll hes a groetor effect oa


ATTENTION, Q. I.I Just built
modern furnished apartment, I,
2 bedrooms, hot, cold water.
Phone Panama 3-4941.
FOR RENT: 2-bedroom apart apartment,
ment, apartment, porch, hall, dining-sitting
room, kitchen, maid's room with
independent service, $110. 46th
Street No. 8. Phone 3-0351.
FOR RENT: Large, cool one one-bedroom
bedroom one-bedroom apartment with extra
utility room in Bella Vista. Call
Telephone 2-1455 during office
hours. j v
FOR RENT: Modern duplex
apartment, 3 bedrooms with 2
bathrooms, living and dining
room, large kitchen, maid's
room with bath. Campe Alagre.
Phone 3-7192, hours 6-8.
FOR RENT: 2-bedroom fur furnished
nished furnished apartment In duplex
house, gerage, fenced yard: Call
Cooper 6-206,
FOR RENT: One-bedroom fur furnished
nished furnished apartment $85 monthly.
Automobile Row No. 45. Call
from 6 p.m. 3-4382.
FOR RENT. Furnished 1 -bedroom
modern apartment, garage.
168 Via Belisario Porras. i
FOR RENT: 2-bedroom apart apartment,
ment, apartment, 2 bathrooms, large dining
and living room, separate maid's
room with bath, garage, unfur unfurnished,
nished, unfurnished, in high, cool locality, all
screened, in El Cangrejo. Phone,
office hours 2-0321, after office
hours 2-3525.
FOR RENT: Furnished apart-,
ment, two bedrooms, two bath-.
rooms, hot water, well located.
Inquire: Phone 2-2504 or 3 3-6097.
6097. 3-6097. FOR RENT: Unfurnished two two-bedroom
bedroom two-bedroom apartment, ventilated,
comer 47fh Street. Moderate
price, balconies. Phono 3-0934.
FOR RENT: Furnished apart-,
ment for two months. 51st St.
No. 38, Bella Vista. Call 3-0782
floor tinder a "gag" procedure
that will bar amendments.. It was
expected that the measure will be
approved overwhelmingly and sent
to the Senate without chance..
Under present law, corporation
taxes would drop from 52 to. 47
per cent- April 1. cigarette taxes
would fall a cent ar pack; beer
taxes one dollar a barrel; liquor
taxes $1:50 a gallon and automo automobile
bile automobile taxes from 10 to 7 per cent
Humphrey' testified that the re
auction would cost the govern
ment $2,166,000,000 in revenues
from July 1 to April i, 1958. He
said this would more than offset
the anticipated 1.8 billion dollars
surplus in the 1958 fiscal year.
Tax Too High
Humphrey also restated his be
lief that present tax rates are too
high ano will, in the long run
ocwuuaijr uaiuci uui cuuuujuit:
growth." But he said taxes shout 1
be cut only when the government
tinances permits.
He said he is opposed to pro proposals
posals proposals by some senators to write
into the extension bill some tax
relief provisions for small busi
ness. . .;
He said sucn selective cuU
would "postpone indefinitely the
time when it will be possible to
nave general relief for all tax
tabtoid Daily Mirror.
. What else can I Say?":
v ... ..
The Dally Mirror chartered a
special train to bring Haley and'
400 fans up to London from South- j
ampton. Haley also was mobbed
in Southampton when he debarked
from the Queen Elizabeth. ; ;
.Whatever Haley couldnt say the
newspaper said for blm. The ar-i
rival of the Chester, Pa., musician)
and his Comets made every front i
page in town including the Lon-1
doa Times ; j
. . ". i
The Times, which Hrnerod the
arrival last year of Liber ece, i
tave half column an Its main j
newtpego to Tuotdey's tattle at
Wetorloe Station. j
The Times said the teen-agers 1
were "not a very picturesque lot," i
but "of course all their English
reticence -vanished as their hero
stepped from the train; and Mr.
Haley now knows how London
teen-agers caa welcome an idol."


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' F0TO D0MY .,
v'j Jatta Aiotrraena Ave. and n SL
' M Street No. U

FOR RENTt Furnished or un unfurnished
furnished unfurnished two bedroom chalet,
bid back yard, all fenced, j 7th
Street, Golf Heights Information
Phone 2-2407, 3-3641.
FOR RENT: 2-floorinf house
: unfurnished, with 3 bedrooms, 2
baths, living-dining room, kitch kitchen,
en, kitchen, garage, maid' room, laundry
porch, garden. Available Februa February
ry February 15; alio furniture to sell if
desired. Rent S 100. No. 12 13th.
Street, San 'Francisco, Phone 3 3-218?.
218?. 3-218?. ,,
FOR RENT: 3-bedroom pent penthouse
house penthouse "SOUSA BUILDING." Living-dining
room, 2 porches, 2.
bathrooms,, maid's room, garage.
Bella Vista (44th Street & Co Colombia)
lombia) Colombia) 44 17., Information:
. same building, apartment P.
Wonted fo l?uy
WANTED: Chevrolet or Ply Plymouth,
mouth, Plymouth, 1 949 to 1 952. Phone
Spencer, 2-0740.
Help Wanted
, WANTED: Competent, expe experienced,
rienced, experienced, female cook, Good re references
ferences references are necessary. Alberto
- Navarro.-Street No. 26.

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RAY D HOGAN, a dvJian employe of the Veh icle Maintenance Branch, 5700th CrpeiatloriS
Squadron, Albrook Air Force Baae, recently re ceived a suggestion award ch'oM1
Mai Marion O'Quin, Transportation Officer for his proposal of a new method of cleaning;
vehicle radiators. A. L. Anderson, Assistant T ransportation Officer watches the vmhQ
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qnistador- U attend the Caribbean .Series at Havana, Cuba. From left to right, Carnile Fa Fa-brega.
brega. Fa-brega. District Sales Manager for Braniff Airways; Jose OHer. Paster A varado. rnesta d ;i
GaardU III, Irma de Vallarlno, DorlU de Eleta, Olga de AlemanrGraciela Boyd, Sandra Ele-
ta, Irma ArangO, Irmlta Vallarino, Col. Bolivar Vallarino, Deputy Alfrede Aleman, Jb, Jorge
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additional eapitd for expansion and Is willing to sell a limited number of
shares on generous terms. This offer will bear the fullest investigation
and accounts are available. Excellent return offered with security of.
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rarqjie Lefevre 1 Street ',' ;,
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Beside the Bella Vista Theatre

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fast, efficient,; guaranteed work,"
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Gramlich's Santa Clara Beach
Cottages,.: Modern conveniences,.?
moderate rates. Phone Gamboa
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PHILLIPS' Oceansida Cottages,
Santa Clara. Box 335 Diablo Hts.
phone Panama 3-1877, Cristobal
3-1673 v
beach house, pn mile past Ca Casino.'
sino.' Casino.' Phone Balboa 1 866.
Baldwin's furnished a P a r t t-ments
ments t-ments at Santa Clara Beach,
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FOR RENT: 2 furnished rooms
(independent), to serious re responsible
sponsible responsible person.' Bella Vista,
45th Street No. 4-107.
Position Offered
apply: Servicios y Cofocaciones.
Camara de Comercio, No, 9.
Phone 3-7128. !j
.' URGENTLY WANTED-. 2 ex ex-i
i ex-i pcrienced secretaries .with thor thorough
ough thorough knowledge of1 English, sten stenography,
ography, stenography, and typing. ,i. Send full
, particulars, photo and .reference
to U. W., Box 1 34, Panama.
a camera gadget bag at the observatory-
Friday evening please
contact me. Reward. Home phone
3-3523, office phone 2-1330
Balboa. j ,' t
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cats; house pets. Apply Hispania
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, Feb. 7-r(UP) Army chief oi
tatf Leon Cantave was re re-sported
sported re-sported preparing today to seize
control of this rudderless na nation
tion nation and name a Junta to rule
' oihtl general elections can be
Ceptavj has p'roclaime'd his
determination ttn keep the Ar Arrays
rays Arrays hands off the political ma ma-neuverlng
neuverlng ma-neuverlng to make a temporary
replacement for p r o v isional
President Joseph Nemours Pierre
Jxrais who resigned Saturday.
But observers believed he
was growing restive at the
' -failure of political leaders and"
the legislature to agree on a j
intan. I
The country has been vir-
" tually leaderless for the past ;
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,2nd YEAR



Georgia's Attorney General Hits Out

A t Eisenhower s Civil Rights Program

Georgia Atty. Gen. Eugene
Cook told a, "Congressional sub subcommittee
committee subcommittee today that c i v il

rights bills before It would pro

despite a threatened Southern fill- tended beyond the original dead


President Eisenhower put n

new bid for the bill at his news

conference. He said, he would

T(tifnrBtn(nts around the Con- ,..j,i.. 1k1

gress building last ,dhtf" a mittee, charged that the .civil
shouting crowd milled outsld l threat t0
?-Inside, six candidates for, ta 6 rlgnts ; and states

president m we i' ri,hti.

voke "violence and bloodshed" leave the "timing" of the bill to

and endanger our national ex-1 Congress, but that he wanted a

istence." imeasuri of the "character" he

Cook. In testimony prepared asked.

He said tne program "is noth-

hut,- as yet unscneauiea eieu-

tldtfc conferred witn legislators under these bills, a

pji naming a new proviawa.

, f Two of the candidates, Fran Fran-eoi
eoi Fran-eoi Buvalier and Daniel Flg Flg-'Jnole,
'Jnole, Flg-'Jnole, appeared together and
' 'appealed to the crowd to dis dis-peTse
peTse dis-peTse so the senators and rep representatives
resentatives representatives could reach a de delusion.
lusion. delusion. The crowd quieted ana
f (then broke up.

iiirh. mW eanfliaates were ic-


man would be tried in two

courts and given two prison
sentences, whereas a Negro
would be tried only In state
court and receive only one
sentence, even though they
committed Identical crimes,"
Cook said.
Cook said the buls "will cre create
ate create more problems than their
authors ever, hoped toovercome;
they will: generate mre bitter-

ana racial

ing that is inimical to 'the inter

ests of anyone. It is intended to
preserve rights without arousing
passions, and without disturbing
the rights of anybody else. I think

I it is a very decent and very need needful
ful needful piece of legislation."
I Rep. Emanuel Celier (D-NY),
chairman of the Ifouse subcom subcommittee,
mittee, subcommittee, said hearings' will be ex-

1 line tomorrow. They will be held

a : at least two days next week, be

added, .;
But 'Rep. Kenneth B; Keating
(NY), top Republican on the

group, said there was "no reason

for delay. The subcommittee would
"be here until Christmas" if : it
yielded to all requests it has re

ceived from Southerners to test!
fy at some later time.

The subcommittee is consider
ing 3 bills, but it is chiefly in

terested in Mr. Eisenhowers' four-

point civil rights program and a

broader bill submifted by Celier,
Both bills would establish a bi

partisan civil rights commission

' i-j a- i nraunurt Lne ness more naueu

Kature two names for provi-! conflicts than this country has
m i AMAnf irmnir Svl- pver sfterl before.'

i'n and Edouard petrus.
H observers here believe that
Yvtss senior supreme court
Wdee Jean Baptiste Cinces is
V-roed according to costitu costitu-J'onal
J'onal costitu-J'onal methods a new and vio-
et general strike will break

State Legislators Still Quizzing
Negro Applicant for Florida U.

The Georgia official said the
national existence would be

"seriously enaangejea oy state legislators tpday about fi-

iegisii. "n u u... nancial bacKing or tjls eight eight-"precipitate
"precipitate eight-"precipitate more violence year integration suit.
and bloodshed than the mind ;
can easily comprehend." The Negro, Virgil Hawkins, of
Cook charged that the propos-, Daytona Beach, was asked a-

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.-("ip non-vwwi v mission wvuiu oc .l;'ll"r "V testimony m a hearm at xai

yr"(PQ mf icnnsii"'"" w use Hie- Cl Vtco,

ended yesteraay s m mc. information of "private agen

TALLAHASSEE, Feb. 7 (UP) The NAACP has been accused
A Negro seeking to enter the of promoting integration law law-University
University law-University of Florida underwent suits in violation of laws of both
a third round of questioning by states ., s.fv'r

to investigate civil rights viola

tions, create a civil rights division

within- : the Justice Department

strengthen voting rights- and give

the government authority to start

civu suits to prevent civil rights

violations. ,u

Rep. Robert W. j Hemphill '(D
SC) said' the civil rights legisla

tion would only "arouse hatreds'

in the south. "I ask you to leave

us aione, ne .saidv :

Rep. Paul Brown (D-Ga) said
civil rights "abuses" have been

exaecerated. Allegation., that Np

groes have been denied the right

to vote nave not been substan

tlated." he said.

Rep. Adam Clayton Powell Jr

(D-NY) said an attempt to keep

Megroes from votmg in Maco

County, Ala., Is depriving even

white, citizens of the right to vote

because the county hasn't had

registrars for more than a year.

"As long as we keep Americans

from voting, that puts us in the

same- category as the Soviet Un

ion,' the Negro congressman said.

J-"ntry returned almost to nor

. ji iAk. mw. m

" Cor keep you stropped nowo nowo-;
; nowo-; doys, whether they come equipped
"wTrh seot belts or not. auun

pies" which "would probably be

the NAACP, the American Civil
Liberties Union, and other left left-wnajpartisan.
wnajpartisan. left-wnajpartisan. political action
WASHINGTON, Feb. 7 (UP) -Sen.
Jacob K. Javits called on the
House yesterday ti pass clvi'
rights legislation immediately and
send it to the Senate for what he
called a "decisive struggle."
The New York Itepub'ican told
the subcommittee he believes the

Senate will show "the necessary
determination" to push President
Eisennbwer's proposal to passage

lahassee, Fla., on activity of the
National Assn. fof the Advance Advancement
ment Advancement of Colored People.

A move for a similar lnvcstl-

Three Georgia legislative
measures designed to increase
police, investigative and public-opinion
backing of state
segregation laws were ready
for Goy. Marvin Griffin's sig signature.
nature. signature. v

The bills would spell out. the
goernor's Dolice Dower to auell

disorder in segregation disputes.

increase a legislate committee's

t&lfiZulXteL be I"- lnestigative power and set "up
troduced in the stafe nou.c v uVo.tMHj' fund to layi the


Engineers Up

leather Or Not For Spying In 2

Swedish Cities


Thit wtithcr rcpert for h 24
hu0 andint S a.m. today, it prt prt-pni
pni prt-pni by h. Meteorological and

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STOCKHOLM. Sweden, Feb. T
(UP) A Russian born engincc -ind
an engineer from Turkey
faced Swedish courts in two cities

today on .charges of spying for

Pesbnal Income
Climbs To Record
Figure In US
WASHINGTON, Feb. 7 (UP) -Personal
.income in ihe Unjterl
States' climbed to a record 325
billion dollars last year, the Com Commerce
merce Commerce Departmesf reported tc

The previous hieh wa nms 1 wi.

lion dollars in 1. The total in.

eludes wages and salaries and ne'

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Beardless Duke
Steps Ashore

Although the charges of "seri
mic oc n inn 0 Oft" Ax A nnt nn im a Due

sia, official sources said both meiJ i,4LTAlR (UP) The Duke
fed military secrets tc Soviet ? tainburgh came ashore from
agents. jtnf ryal yacht Britannia today,
At Stockholm, Turkish Armenian J"1"" ""urtant beard he
Bedros Zartaryan, 32, pleaded not few du"n four-month world

PHI II V in hnnrhnor twor onnrat An.

uments while he was employed on

major defense projects. Prosecut

There had beeri speculation on


or- Werner Khynihger' told city 1 wither the duke would keep the

coun the documents in the hands rTi"' wun yueen

of unauthorized persons could ser- """etn in i-onugai eb. 18.

iously endanger Swedish defense.
At Gothenburg, Georg Waide-


Some British women were said

state's case before the nation.

Other developments In the

segregation controversy;

Police Investigating the burn burning
ing burning of .three crosses near Cath Catholic
olic Catholic churches and schools in

West Palm Beach, Fla., last

night said it was the work of

"youthful pranksters or just

piain cracKpow."
Hidden Gas Pockets
May Threaten Reno.
Marfjal Law Called

'RENO, Feb. 7 (UP) Crews of

workmen poked their way ginger-

through section of blasted

downtown lleno today in a searc'i
for hidden gas pockets wfit ng on
ly a spark to touch tf anotner

catastrophe. ;';!
The workmen were from the cl

ty of Reno and the Sierra Pacific

Power Company, both of which a-

greed to check the gas explosion
potential in a six-block area.

The area included the site of

Tuesday s destructive explosions
and fire that killed two persons,
injured 42 others, destroyed five
buildings and damaged a score of
other structures in varying degrees.
Early today, a block and a half

oi larrie business buildings remain

ed evacuated lest an undetected

r Englund, SO. who was born ,0. ?ve 5en concerned that a be- pocket of gas suddenly ignite. Mar.
Russia, was indicted on charges wUlslered juke would influence 'tial law was proclaimed in the a-

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Prosecutor Maarten Sthjernstrom
said Englund served as a spy in


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Get Army's Call

The Defense Department i

Poland Seeks Aid,
But Talks Secret;
lio Plans Revealed

WASHINGTON, Feb. 7 (UP) -The
United States and Poland hive

beett holding secret talks in Wash

ingtoa which apparently will lead
to the start of formal negotions on
economic aid for Poland, it was
learned bdav.

fonsn amDassador- Komua 1 c

Spasqwski ponferreo) yesterday with
deputy undersecretary of s t a t e

Robert Murphy in an unannounced

meeting. The conference was': ar arranged
ranged arranged at spasowski's request.
: .Neither th state department
nor the Polish- embassy would
reveal the subject of their di di-cuitiorif
cuitiorif di-cuitiorif But authorities noted
that' the 'item uppermost In Pol Poland's
and's Poland's mind whon it comes to ro-
latiohi with tho Unitod States isJ
economic holp.

It also was learned that Josef

Winiewicv deputy Pjlich foreign
minister and now head o' the Pol

ish delegation to the United Na

tions slipped quietly into Waah-

sit. Winiewiczi a former Polish en"

voy to Washington, is expected to

be. a member of the Polish eroun!

to be. invited here soon for the ecu-, he. said, Americans are watching

nomiq negonauons.

High School girls on both sides

of the Isthmus are now being reg registered
istered registered for the 1957 (Civil Defense

nurses aide training; program

winch s being sponsored by the
American Legion Auxiliary.
The first organizational meeting
was held Tuesday afternoon at the
Civl Defense headquarters and
the plan and schedule for the year
were approved.'' )
This is the. second year of this
course which proved so popular in
1956 when 48 young ladies complet-"
ed all phases of the t r a i n i n g.
These girls received civil defense
certificates for each phase of the
work completed,. -.
This year it is expected that
there will be as- rahny or more
new applicants and many of the
1956 graduates have indicated their
intention of taking the course a-i
gain in 1957. Those who do will
be granted the privilege, of wear;

ing uniform caps with the Nurses
Aide pink uniform which will be
standardized on both sides of the
Isthmus this year.
Applications for the course 'will
be handled by the following com

mittees: Balboa High school, vir
ginia Reynolds and Maria fV

rard; Cristobal High School, S a h-i

dra Motta, Judy (irtfton, natnieen

Cox and Pat Maedi. Those wisn wisn-ing
ing wisn-ing to register should obtain an ap

olication from one of the above.

The comnietea applications snouia

be returned to the com mitt e

members who will forward them

to. the Civil Defense omce at uai
boa Heiehts.

. ffhe course will be similar to

last year's but it will be schedui
ed over a longer period of time,

The first aid training will begin

the week of Feb. 18, the date of

the first class to be announced aft after
er after registration la completed. This
will continued for si weeks with

one two-hour elass acn weeK un

til the end of March,

"The lecture course ;six one-hour

classes will start in April and ena

well before the final school exam
tnn'inn narlAfi in'.Tlinfk.

Thi hospital training will be giv

en the summer vacation, probably
in two three-day, six-weeks pe periods.
riods. periods. A special schedule for sec second
ond second year aides will be announced
later as well as the final time-table
for 'each phase -of the" train

; American L e g 1 0 n Auxiliary

members who have voiunteerea

for and been assigned to this pro program
gram program as counselors, are: Mrs.
Bertha n Brqwn, Mrs. Louise Grif Grif-fnn.
fnn. Grif-fnn. and Mrs. Frances Gilley from

the Atlantic Side; and, Mrs. Pat

George, Mrs., Dorothy tinox, Mrs.
Betty- Malone, and Mrs. Eleanor

Becker from tne r acme iue.

US: BrifairS rPlah Pooling :
Guided Missile Cooperation

LONDON,' Feb 7 (UP)-Defense
Minister Duncan Sandys disclosed
today that the United States and

Britain will pool their guided mis missile
sile missile research iust as thev cooper

ated on atomic development dur

ing worm war iu
Sandys, reporting on nis Wash

ington talks last week, told the

House of Commons Britain had

reached "full accord" with the

United States on 'Anglo-American

defense objectives, including "par

ticular" cooperation, nn euided

rockets. ' t

(In Washington. President Ei-

sennower aecunea ai a news con

ference to discuss Sandys' mis

sion. He said it Involved very sec

ret matters.)

He confirmed that U.S. and Brit

ish experts were working out' de

tails for the supply to Britain of

certain American weapons.'

These have been unofficially' re

ported to be the new; U.S. Inter

mediate range missues.

Missile Stations

Military sources here said some

of the 14 U.S. Air Force bases in
Britain may be turned into guid guided
ed guided missile stations; under the re revised
vised revised joint defense arrangements. 1
-- The reported plan, which would -turn
(Britain into a giant rocket
base, 'would be part of the pro projected
jected projected overhaul qf British defense
strategy in which missiles eventu eventually
ally eventually would take over the inh nt th

fighter and bomber.

ihe sources, said details nf tha

revolutionary, plaa were expected,
to be. discussed when President
Eisenhower and British Prime
Minister Harold Macmillan meet

laier next month. ,
Sandys went to Washington last
week to inform U.S. Defense Sec Secretary
retary Secretary Charles E. Wilsonr oil 'BriU
ain's plans to ycut bacte defense
spending to meet' the post-Suez;
economic crisis i
. C
' Ultimate Weapons V.
He specifically sought agree agreement
ment agreement for supply of modern" Amer Amer-ican
ican Amer-ican missiles to Britain while Brit

ish scientists join Americans in

developing the .''ultimate weapon'? :

the earth-spanning Interconti

nental Ballistic Missile.
"There has been full accord be between
tween between the two governments on the
broad objectives of the defense
policy to be pursued," Sandys told v
Parliament today.
"We reviewed the arrangements

nrvimifilv mflri: fnr '.nllahnriitlnn

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ATLANTA (UP) The 3rd Armyibetween the United States and

today turned evidence of informa- Britain in military research and

Army Studies Trial
Of Colonel Leaking
Info to Reporters

tion Jeaks from a top-secret rock

et center over to a special officer

who will (decide whether an ac accused
cused accused colonel shoulu be court court-martialed.
martialed. court-martialed. ,
Col. John Nickerson, formerly
assigned to the ftedstone Arsenal

at Huhtsville, Ala., was confront confronted
ed confronted yesterday with charges he had
violated security, regulations.. I3rd

Army headquarters announced.

development,1 with particular ref

erence to guided rockets.
"It was agreed that both coun countries
tries countries had derived considerable
benefit from this cooperation and
we decided to extend still further
our joint work.
"We dis cussed a possible
scheme for the adoption' by
Britain of certain American weap-

and this Is now being ex--

doctor said be took sia stitches

! in Mr. Truman'a uraln

PIERRE. S.D. fUPUlGov Jn Th n . . rI"l J -1 l Mr: Truman hmshH mM

- .. C VCUHll I1CDL Mil -

ross I oa ay signed into law ainminrH tuii tk.t .:n dent off. "At a ntmrtor t ii.n

measure repealing South Dakota's draft 13.000 in April. This com-!1 was working arbund Jie hou
iu0n JP,xed rc marriages. pares with draft cans of 14,000 'wnett I slipped on a wa'V and
The act erases from the statute men this month and in March andibumP' W head." he said. "It

DUOKS law OI lone Standing' Of 17.000 man in linn.n, Irlldn'l mn.,nt t A

The April call will bring to if reeling drizxle had put a film of

,ioo.ou uie numDer 01 men ice an uie wa. -drifted
sibce the start oi the Kor- The" doctor said Mr. Trumai
eanWar in 1950. .. ... 'was In "fine" general health.

During his stay in Washineton.

Winiewicz apparently remained Ja

the background aid did not confer

with state department officials. He
was scheduled to return to "New

It's Hole In Head
For Harry Trurnan

Former President Harry .Truman

received a two-inch scalp lacera laceration
tion laceration yesterday when he sliDDed and

fell on an icy sidewalk at his

home in Independence, Mo.

Air; iruman did not receive
medical attention' until some five

nours later at his office u down- ; M Dur De0ple live nn seda seda-town
town seda-town Kansas City. Tk. if i wiSout-by

The wound across the back of.arnjnE o relax through recrea recrea-Mr.
Mr. recrea-Mr. Truman's bead was "clear t9 JfiL y f

tk. K.a Ja r-w w

Americans Going
Soft On Steady

M 01 SerfafiYes
NEW YORK. Feb.' 7 (UP) A

steadv diet of sedatives has made

the American people g6 soft in
tense times, the new president oi

New York University said today.

When they aren talcing puis

television. or. sitting on trains, los

ing many valuable hours a oay
rnmmutiiitf. Automation on' the

job is kiuing oft suit more muscu
Inr activltv. he said. '.

Dr. arroll V., Newsom, 53, said
in an interview with the NYU
Alumni News that the general

trend to "osvehoses and frustra

tions and pills and tonics" has
twen marked over the last 10

vofirfl' 1

He called for the substitution of
nnri and other activities for

pills. ,: v v
Spectator sports must be re replaced
placed replaced with athletics in which ev everyone
eryone everyone may participate, he said.
The days of the "manufactured
football' star are numbered, be
.Mui . r v

choses : and frustrations." 'Newsom

tives. There is a w

Corps, was assigned 'to study the

evidence and to make recommen

dations of possible disciplinary ac

tion to Lt. Gen. Thomas f Hica-

f mill niiiiy vujuiiiauuci.y .;,,

The alleged information leak

was first reported in Washington

on Jan. 7 Dy Army secretary wu

ber- Brucker. At the time the
Army said other i persons also

weres under Investigation, y 5 ;
Tf'waa lltiHprstnnl "fhnt tho jn.

formation involved Defense Sec

retary Charles E. Wilson's assign,
ments of roles in the nation's

guided : missile program to the
various branches of military serv

ice. 1. .-.f ....o r:

, Brucker said a document con containing
taining containing comment on the roles and
mission decision of Nov. 26. t956.

was "discovered in the hands of

unauthomed persons.". : ;
Scripps-Howard military ? writer
Jim G, Lucas reported; later that
the comment included; critical re remarks
marks remarks by Brucker and Gen. Max
well D. Taylor, chie of staff, and
had proved embarrassing to them.
Nickerson was relieved "of his
duties at Redstone but has since
been restricted to the post.

and their service staffs.",

Maybe the Voters
Will Do Yielding
? WASHINGTON, Feb. ;17 "(UP)
Rep. Charles H. Brown (D-Mo),
who unseated "a veteran Republi Republican,
can, Republican, congressman last November,
was- asked during a House, speech
today to,, yield the floor to a
colleague. 'i
Brown declined., ? '-, ,.
"I'm a Democrat from a
heavily" Republican : district," be
explained. If I'm" gouig to' say
anything here, I've got to say J
now-and" fast."

' AUCKLAND; New "Zealand,' Feb.

7 (UP)- .Three and a half year
old Bruce McDowell got over bis
hammering today. '
Doctors removed a two and a

quarter inch of three quarter inch
hammer, which Bruce had swal swallowed,
lowed, swallowed, by means of a stomach op

eration. ; ,

which prohibited marriages of

wqites with persons of the Afri-

uan races.

Snares No Rod

HARTFORb. Conn, Feb. 7 (UPl
Rep. Elmer Nortonson. the fath father
er father of 13 children, testified yester yesterday
day yesterday In favor of broadening the
powers of teachers to use corpor corporal
al corporal punishment.
"H we did not have corporal
punishment in my home." he said,
"it would be impossible to Jive
there." .

1400 Scouts, 541 Adults to Uoin in Boy Scouts' Week;
Bridge. of Honor Will be Held in Masonic Hall Feb. 9th

Ail Boy Scouts of America b Uie

Canal Zone are taking part in Boy
Scout Week from Feb. f to 12. Ap

proximately 1400 ooys ana Ml a a-dult
dult a-dult leaders in the Zone are joining
3,300,000 youths and 1.200,000 lead leaders
ers leaders throughout the United States

m the re Ip bra 1 ion. according to
Uaj Gen. Louis T. Heath, USA.
president of the Cans, Zooe Coun
cil. .
All scout units have beea a tic-
ed t Have special aroeroms and
epea KevMt. The iaplorors' Can. j
I Zoqe Bride Honor; xhoaiul
ed for Feb. In the Anton Mason Masonic
ic Masonic Hall, will honor the wook.'
BoTi H years and older from

Explorer Posts through! the Zone

ent, to receive awards for their, government and their values, and

1J anal 1J yoors old compare

with an overall 1,1554M scevts.

Explorers la the Zone number

will gather ia uniform for the ev- lag the deifiocratic processes of

achievements and recognition of: the snirii of erriri .t..r.i

outstanding accomplishmenU. The j expression of good citizenship.
Bridge of Honor will begin at 7:30i On Feb. the co.n win

p.m. and wiU be followed by a mark the 7th anniversary of the 270 youths 14 years old and ap-

..7 i.jT : : .c,,c, woo were r, lomi ow.wa explorers.

During Boy Scout Week, boys 1 Washington, D.C. A federal hlr hlr-and
and hlr-and their adult leaders will express ter was granted by the VS. Con Con-thcir
thcir Con-thcir redcdicatioa ia the B.A. grets ia 191S.
four-year program "Onward for. The Canal Zone nUlntains one
God and My Country," Gen. Heath of 53S local councils in the rooU rooU-o
o rooU-o I oental U.S., Alaska, Hawaii,Tuer-
Boy Scout Week 1857 witnesses; to Rice and the Zone, Gen. Heath
the close of the first and success-' id. -
ful year of the erganixation's four; In tho Zone' tome 4e cue scouts
year program. Ia keening with the' X. t mmd 11 voor mi .M

wiicmr, empnasu la oeinc ptareu
en "Duty to Cewtry," by highlight-

Adult leaders in the Zone compare
favorably with the national aver average
age average of 12 for every 33 boys. Here
there are 541 leaders, about 12 for
each 31 boys. A total of U96t3
adults are active aj volunteers In
the B.S.A. -
.. .. . -..
The Caml Zone has 14 rub scout
packs of the national 40.500; local
Boy Scout trooDS nun-herm 14 of

nvmborod omenf tH entire or- t the total 55.500; while 11 explorer

f filiation ef lM,0Ot c b ; ,umts are included la the total 15, 15,-wHile
wHile 15,-wHile 4r local bey scouts II, (oca.


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