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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Newspapers -- Panama (Panama)   ( lcsh )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage:
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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University of Florida
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'nVi'MimH trio of the

toCristobal has been cancelled as a result of the long longshoremen's
shoremen's longshoremen's strike, according to; a message from-the Line's
New York'office, -, '' ''.::"
The Cristobal, originally, scheduled to sail from New
- York last Friday, has been immobilized at the pier in New
York since its arrival there on the day the strike started.
It is now scheduled to sail for Cristobal next Tuesday
and sail on its return trip from Cristobal on March 6; l

con will exchange places, on
. .
printed sctieduie.
"S'.ltoeTta tte
tne two iinera. tt
Meanwhile apportion of earn
; more shipping empivyors
- cetttwidt longshore contract re re-"
" re-" suited In a continuation today Of
' th. East Coast strike of 45,000
Joekworkori, ' .
negotiators ana
gam today to sewe uw
dispute, invlving ,7400 longshore
m am hut tho nmsinent of the BalU
more 'Steamship Trade Association
described the ouuook as oie,
I LA president William Bradley Bradley-Warned
Warned Bradley-Warned that the Baltimore ship shippers
pers shippers 'ai hold out alt week if
they want to, but not a ship will
. move on the North Atlantic coast
. until they settle."
".. TAnoxhnremen in othef POT I
will begin voting tomorrow on ra
tification of new' three-year con
2nd CZ tkilbox
Chulo Insf:!!od
For Ancon Area
' A iotorisi mai! cnute for the
convenience tf residents f the

I 'T. i knilHincf in Ancor.. It IS the Sec

'i mail hnt of this tVDft tO tt

installed the f acme siae,,
; ether being located in front of the
CiVU Affairs Jiuuoing ii iaiuaiu
. Highway, cz- J t-
. iin announcement
made b the Postal Division, mail
. J. A lAU A
pickups. -wui De maae an, uio
box from. Monday through Fri Friday,
day, Friday, except holidays; at 5:30 end
10:20 a.. nu and at 3 and :15 p.m.
Saturdays the mall will be picked
iv ear: S w m .and at 2 and 8:15

1 B.m; On Sundays and holidays.

i pickup time .will be 5:30 a.m. ..and
3 and 5 p.m. -
Twe motorist mall chutes are
ih Atlantis aide: One
ii situated in iront nf the Cristobal
Post Office and the other in front
of Msrganta Post, Office,
IAPA A$!c$ Cuba y
lo tiff Censorship 4-V
Bsh Oh 2 US Pcpsrs
NEW YORK, Feb. 20 (UP),
The Inter -American' Press Asso Association
ciation Association today asked the Cuban gov gov-.
. gov-. ernment 1 to.' revoke immediately
V the 'unjustified censorship" im:
AaAl tn AAnlaa that Mlflmi
Herald and the New York Times
' mrit in Havana '
"These two newspapers ; have
circulated freely in C u b a for
years," said GuiUermo Martinei
. Marquez, president of the IAPA,
In a cable to Cuban President
Fulgencio Batista; f
"; "The decision to censor them
formation but unfortunately it lso

. .sarms your government aorou,

- i Thm IAPA! aald thrr coniel of
the newspapers, appesred ln
Ilini with, lore aectiOns
- clipped out under the first stages
of the censorsnip impose a ny bi bi-tista
tista bi-tista on Jan. 15. Recently, it. said,
. censors had been inking out news
dispatches and editorial comments
Mnn.M,H vith tha Cuban altua-
connected with the Cuban situa
tion. -'

V MwS,etK!ir,U.t. STtila upended tor Luna on tha.con tha.con-leave
leave tha.con-leave of absence as editor of the th,t n-aaSmorf a

! pi T -h.a
tmposeo. He nas extenoeo jus
Wiv to March 1.
Man Gels 45 Days.
For Vagrancy And
Having Marijuana? marijuana In his poe poe-spssio
spssio poe-spssio i sbQ found atop Reser Reservoir
voir Reservoir Mil, in Balboa, netted 30
days tn jail for Luis Amado Cal Cal-deron.
deron. Cal-deron. 20, Panamanian, w(iid
his case was tried in .Balboa
Woclstrate's Court today.
ii was also tjven an addi additional
tional additional IS days for vsrrancy. -V
Hia companion, Pedro Pablo
Varfas, 21, Panamanian, re received
ceived received orUy a 15-day sentence
on the vagrancy cnaxgt.

Panama Line from New York
Ur"M But tlA leaders, nledffed to
land. Maine to Hampton Roads
I Va. until the Baltimore, dispute


The Baltimore employer group,
jgotiated in New York Sunday, cov
s employ
hniira and employer
contributions lor pension ana wei
fare benefits.
But Philadelphia employers ac
dav and Norfolk shippers fell in
,.n la,t nieht. .l
-'Th. B.ltimr. '.mDlovors wore
Vnwn let ba abiactina only, to
the coastwido aspects of the con
tract and not to other- Issues
which wore, left for negotiation in
the individual ports.. Heretofore,
all Issues have been negotiated
'.an a nuralv lecal basis.;!':.
A two-hour negotiations, session
ended without any apparent pro pro-orc
orc pro-orc lat nioht in Baltimor and
h talks were to resume later toaay
5 Visiting Seamen
Pay For Disrupting
Peace In La Boca
tia,g vessel reiK-wno were convici'
fA vtrflav nf diafnrhinv tha ar.
ly jnoming peace oi l, oca cnip-
riArf- U an) atf tOK tn rrtlaA tha
wtnGsmt 4 i car damaged, 4n
me rucitus, -
Xti Armani A. air rifnm1i am tAj
ident of La Boea, who was one of
tne witnesses against the seamen
in Ralhnt itf9 0i.rata' Y7nnrfc v.
terday, received the money for the
damage to his vehicle,
A roclr was thrown through
the' windshield, during'; a fight
between the 'four .Norwtlgna and
one Danish crewmen-and Colom-biantaxi-man
Nicolas Mendoza
Duff is, 2, and the letter's pas passenger,,
senger,, passenger,, a local man who disap disappeared
peared disappeared Into the dawn without
being Identifisd. Two women ale
so reported as 'riding m tho taxi
. vanished while the fight was in
i'Tha tiv- aamanr vra crivan IK.
day jail sentences for' disorderly
conduct.' AU appelead and posted
" They rejoined the Peiklast bight
and are at sea today. It is surmis surmised
ed surmised they intend to forfeit bail. -The
babbie received a -15-day
Jail ssospended sentence, ;
PanaT Tnna law : It- wn laarnad
today, permits a taxi-driver to de-
mana nis iare ,ai any point gur
us we riue. . "- .,
There have been cases where
aaaman tnnk- a tarl tot ha niar riaah
ed through the gate, and left the
eaooie to wntsue xor nis money,.
Clayton Caddy Who,
Gof Teed" Off !s' ;r
Guilfy Of Battery ;
Two Ft. claytoncaddie ; who
got into a fight faced Balboa
Magistrate yesterday. '-.
' Caddy Eduardo Luna, 20,
Panamanian, was found -guilty
vearwood v
s v.
TtriTwisltlnti of Eentenra
ditlon that he pay Yearwood s
. f d r,.ntv f
and not ha found onilltv t inv
like offense for a period of one
Newsprint Prices
For JIP Increased
To 5139 Per Ton
' The price ef newsprint for
Panama and ether Latin A A-merican
merican A-merican countries baa beea
apped to S139 per ton, H was
anaoonced today by Canadian
This mark, an Increase ef
14 per ton. The new price got
into effect March 1.
At the end of the war, in
IMS. the price of newsprint
was f H pet ten,

I r t wv t in ,. i


COt. HUGH M. ARNOLD, Engineering- and Construction1 director Is shown" above presentlnf.
y a safe driving award to Eric T. Never, motor vehicle operator; employed by the Electrical Di
- vision. Nevers was one of the four Engineering and 'Construction Bureau chauffeurs who re;
c.elved the award during a special ceremony at Balboa Heights- From left to right are Arnold:
, J. Bartley 'Smith,' Electrical Engineer; Nevers; M. F. Millard, Electrical Division safety engi
-neer; Tllgath'TBrathwaite, Electrical Division driver; P. Ai White, chief of the Dredging'.
" Division; Philip, H. Llewellyn King, Dredging Division driver;, F, H, Lerchen, Maintenance En
' gineer and Erudlfo Angulo, Maintenance Division driver w

..... 1 I
- if V ' 5 t
4 PC Vehicle
Foup Eneineertnif and Cemstruc
tion Bureau motor vehicle opera-1
tnra. the first of a eroun ot
Company-Government o r i v e r t?
wtin ara Kiated tor 'saieiv erancn
Safe Priver awards, received their
citations yesterday from Cot. Hugh
M. Arnold, Engineering and Cons
truction Oirector' ;t' -V'-.-r. ; ;
The" awards.' attesting to one
vear of safe .drivine; were; pre-
aented during a special ceremony
held in the Board noom oi xne
Administration Budding at, Baihoa
Heights. ; 'J v
- s ..
rKher awaras lor one 10 n jrars
nf fe drivlne Derformance will;
ha nrosented soon bv Bureau Di
rectors' to motor venicie operawna
empioyea in omer uiuu-ih
Thirty-five of the driver em--
ployed in tne Transportation- u
Terminals Bureau will receive a a-wards
wards a-wards for 11 consecutive years of
safe driving performance and nine
others, will get 10-year awaras,
Tirivpr wmninei these : awards
have chalked up enviable records
of up to 11 year of driving with without
out without an accident, conviction for a
Egyptian Claims
Imperialist Unas
Are Aiding Israel
-i, nrvx rt'
chief spokesman warned today to
by "certain imperialist countries
trying to provide Israel with guar guarantees
antees guarantees in return for withdrawal
from the Gaza strip and. the coast
of the gulf of Aqaba. v A
hit i n a l worm onvv i u"vfci,.
ahflpl Kader Hatem. director!
general of thr departmeni oi in
(armation and Eeypt'a official
spokesman, declared in a siaie-
ment: .
'The result of the continued ef
forts hv those imperialist powers
to assist Israel in the continuation
of its defiance of Oie unite la la-tinm
tinm la-tinm and its violation of the U-
nited Nationt resoluUons wui oe
prejudicial to world peace.
Tha tinitad States has been a
leader in seeking guarantees for)
Israel that would convince Israel
to withdraw from gypu
Hatem'a statement was Issued
1. aftar President Gamal AO
del Nasser called an "extraordina

rv" aina of tne caDinet rar totnousands ot cneeruia ronuiuese

day. informed sources said this
mud be a snowoowa meeuna m
rn'a wK.v ia tha lirht of
."r. -Mr.rin.i-j4 r-fnaal tA with-1
draw. The United Nations tskej
up the proWent-aesin tomorrow

While if unjieo n iuidi i ne uiut saura wui in dihi," v -. ..
strives to be 'er peace, Israel b!cutter to inspect the Portuguce Instead turned into ca-!trd
its contractu, on of the resolutions.'ridate Dom Femande and thei Highway and set off as r'rn
m- tw.ito Katinna rixariv fav rainin shin Sacres m -of t,ired toward Panama Ci'.v.

aseression and seeks to three
pe.te," listem aaid.

1- rW ;r': A,
W'w !'''

t 4
mmrlnrt lf..fl.'i WTnTnFlMn 'V.1P
in j committeed any off ehse of
mfsconouc. serious enougn u nave
resulted in disciplinary action in
connection with the operation1 of a
Government-owned motor vehicle.
1 White cards are heina presented
to those with one to Hour years of
safe, driving; yellow ards fo..
wire given to those chauffeurs em employed
ployed employed in he. Motor Transports
tion Division and the Health Bu'
reau. Under the new award plan
any employe of the Company-Govi
ernment whose primary job it is
to drive a motor vehicle is eligible
for a- safe driving award. In addi addition
tion addition the Safety Branch is giving
reconitipn tor the awards' issued
previously by th Transportation.
Division and the Health' Bureau
v- "' 1 "' 1 1
Liz 0e($ Egypliaii ;v
5nub;Af Rcccplidrt
Given In f Porf ugil ;
XISBON. Portugal Feb. 20 ( UP)
r-Queen Elizabeth .was snubbed
by the Egyptian envoy today In
her state visit to. Portugal, But
the grim reminder of t h e Suez
crisis failed no suppress her gay
spirits. ;
The Egyptian minister boycotted
a diplomatic reception given by
the Queen. Egypt severed rela relations
tions relations with Britain because of. the
Suez Intervention. '. ,i -v
Every other envoy here -turned
out for the reception held in the
visiting residcoce
Sp,ni8B Generalissimo Francis
co's brother, Nicholas, attended
even tnougn nis country s press
continued to ignore the royal visit
because of the long feud with
Britain over Gibraltar. .' r
The Queen, dressed in a tray
silk printed, dress with blue flow-
ors. smiled and gaily chatted with
the diplomats. At her side was the
Duke of Edinburgh, reunited with
his wife after a four-month sepa separation
ration separation Xhat caused rumors of a
rift. ' -". .
Elizabeth s smile seemed to,
fade on lv once. That waa when
she met Greek Minister Vassili
Lappas,- whose country opposes
British policy in Cyprus. The Duke
came to the rescue, however. He
chatted in Greek with the Athens
envoy, and the minister's face
liehted up. V
f ollowing uie reception, tne
Oueen and the Duke went their
.aanarife wava.
The Queen drove part tens 'of
.to visit a middle cists
proieci at iiDirui nmeio.

Is-iwnmn hue tablecloths and bed-

inrnili from ariiwtowi. a online
local way of celebraUng festive
occasions. A,
few ttiree-masiea aaiung veste
still afloat, . j.

Driver Garvin
A 'wife Is dead and her hus husband
band husband is in a prisoner's cell at
Gonra. Hospital ,? todav mnahla
to talk about -how he lost con control
trol control of J .their automobile' In a
amashup on OalUard Highway
anuiupr .xtcr yesieraay v
Albert Hackett, 4-year'-oId
'Panamanian employe of -the
Canal's Grounds Maintenance
D'vision, ia being charged witlt
involuntary manslaurhter.
Two passengers escaped with
uuuur jii juries,
Hackett wis speeding at be between
tween between 60 and 70 mph by the "300
area": In hist blue-ereen iqxi
Studebaker sedan Vhen he lost
control on a right-hand curve.
The car skidded to the left for
187 feet, jumped- a drainage
ditch, and then turned nd-
over-end, knocking a chunk of
bark off a banyan tree Id feet
aoove we ground,,:, ;
All four eecnpantt were
thrown clear. The car practi-:
cally disintegrated as it rolled,
-but what was left ef It f nal--ly
came to rest on Us wheelsJ
t i ... .. ' .7
Policeman 8am Roe, who was
on of the first to reach the
scene, gave first aid to Hackett
Tne driver's wife, Mr, Ced Cedilla
illa Cedilla Hackett, 34, had apparent apparently
ly apparently been killed outright.' Ob-'
servers said ah had "horrible
head Injuriea." -J ;
NNeyertheless a ; resuscltatorl
squad from Balboa; Fire station
nsecbthis equipment in an at attempt
tempt attempt i to revive iier until a
coreas doctor arrived. t
The two Dassengen. i- Petra
Maria Hill. JV Panamtniani smd
Cleveland Mitchell. Stewart, -42,
Panamanian, were eated to
gether on the bank of the
drainage ditch when help arrlv
ed. f.
She h in Santo Tom as HosdI
tal with a mouth injury; be
waa released after treatment at
Gonras for minor inluries.
Besides shock. Hackett is m m-pcted
pcted m-pcted of having Internal Inju Injuries.
ries. Injuries. A coroners Jurv will meet
uxiay to mk an official detr.
mlnatHn of th cause of Mrs.
Hackett 'a death.
Pole foond a Wills ef
whisker at ths acew of the
. Parts of tba astonwbile were
acatlerrd widely, and observ observ-era
era observ-era said the? bad seldom seen
a car mare damared.
Reportedly, Hackett nad been
In a minor
accident in Diablo
shortly before the ti crack up.
He hd be asked to ruU fj m occuiTmni wt wi w
xesided. -.


A PRECEDENT has been set
by the Panama Supreme Court
for future cases of thieves' who
are killed by individuals in de defense
fense defense of their life and property.
' The court voted rn favor of
a resolution ordering the re-!
lease of Chinese shopkeeper
Jose Chin,. 53, who was being
held for the' killing of a man
who attempted to break Into
his shop last Dee. 28. r :
Chlu testified that he was a
wakened by hig wife who told
him someone was i trying to
break in. He listened and heard
sounds as if someone was at attempting
tempting attempting to remove a board
from the wall- of the shop. Mo Moments
ments Moments later: he", heard the indi individual
vidual individual attempting .to force open
the window of his sleeping
quarters.- 1 "' I
fthiie.8B.ld he -nicked un a .3
STff riJ? oneS
ed the window and shot the at
tempted burglar.; who turned
and ran aoous is yaros dcioio
dying. -'
The TWnwe Hekener ai-,
ao testified that he hed,.
eanght the same man,' Wentl Wentl-flH
flH Wentl-flH at Aleiandre lobert Of
tera, Ut his shew nMi before (j
and hl aiwenf ,nimwa
cape after hodhe l at
rPr Vttemt t. bnularlae
Z2uVlSr t9Xiy
his store again.
'Jfudge' Angel VUrfo-d nracia
nf Mi, Bacnnrf finnerior Tribunal
yesterday ordered tie examin
ation OI Sit tnai ayiQanraj if.
ziuesteibv V the diffTi P"
the pros'rt1 ..ut f"T 1
ttli trcusd of tnT'mrT5.,r.
assassixiatloa, of Jre14ent Jose
A. PmOBt .... L
,Tbe enff erldenee- omlueff
nit' 14 reqneaf 'srhH -bad
been vnresente ? and later
withdrawn b :eeed trigger,
man Ruben O. Mire, -r""-
. a it ntiian evidence tiresented
by defeni and nrosemtlon law--irafa1
win! he examined ft bv ex
perts 1 who' were ? uamed in the
order' issued br'Judgrde Grft-
cia. -Thi inciuoes .aocumem.
nv,ntAataMr. and microfilm conies
of documents, -certificates; tes.
Umonies, ana mraiviu,
r. nates set fdr the examination
o fthe evidence will start on A-
nril 3 extending into ine monun
of .May,
'"The onenlng of Jack Kelly's
"Ice Frolics" at La. Macarena
bullring tonight was postponed
until tomorrpw night, owing to
delays In the freezing' of the
rink to be used during the show.
? aaaaBaaapa
Tfca Knarif nf directors Of the
Institute for Economic Develop
ment IFb) agreea ai a mepung
yesterday afternoon to take any
steps necessary to meinwwn
and increase the level of i rice
production in Panama. ...
-j cninoni rice grew aZ,
been askn for oeenemle aid
In vie of the lows tnis year
due to the inlroouetioit f
"whHa mu est" in tb
tion f
in n
Tics? field.' which thet vlalnr
was brengbt nt Panama wits
the seed rice imnorted from
uallim a ataa f tha 1T.S.
Rica growers are' hopeful that
he rrE will finance their seed
fertillrei' end. chemical peat
control Jr this year. ;-f,
"beWates attending the Cm-
iA foot and mouth dlseasa Mr Mr-lev
lev Mr-lev held here last wek veted t
establish rnl.Ur cordon"
between Panama ana i "om"'
to mvoid th mfl"T t the dls dls-eae.
eae. dls-eae. Acrdin to tha tsb'old
daily El Dia. nromlnent Pana Panamanian
manian Panamanian ', cattlemen r asking
whathar a-oiiti brought into- the
in Blu Islands hv contmbsnd
boatt from coionwe, mv nor
aLo he carriers of foot and
mouth disease.

RP Will Honor CZ Privilege Cnrds
For Passage Of Goods To Interior

Through a torf'vo vodor.
stsodina roachod botwoan Fans Fans-ma
ma Fans-ma and Canal Zano autharifias,
prnt who prarly Sn'.,fy
fhannalvas OS hWt Csntl Zf0
vrchasa ariviif t ia c am m la la-tar.
tar. la-tar. as or (! lart r- (alr
gowss pwrh far
v i"t "till tKrv;S V A A-n
n A-n ,im ttt en r aHar
such ehaxk point. -' a
aarntll or nW at fMi Man)
irsuad by tho Oo" "" 0-
Tho raaHr Wantirttat'n pnl
IWa carats Istaad by tna Can I
Xoraa Ofattcios H entUUry end

Expected Ships
Fail To Shovv

Use Cape Insteacl

Apparently the Soviet government changed jts mind
about routing 15 Or more tankers; freighters and other?
ships through the- Pqnama Canal, during the past i si
weeks: The movement was scheduled because Suez Was
blocked. :V ; :
, I- Except for the1 fish, carrier Nickolay Ostrovskv and

the ore-laden Admiral Senyavin which transited north

bound Jan. 3, not another vessel has, arrived, or sent word.

The Amtorg tankers Sverdlov and Samarkand, which

were due. last month from the Pacific en route from Asiat
have turned up ia London and Capetown1 respectively (On
Lloyds' world list of ships iri port. It is1 assumed they wtnt
ahound'Africa instead of using Panamd' --r-: : "'V,

What might have-caused the
change' of plan t if such it
waarM- is a matter for specula speculation
tion speculation on Balboa waterfront
-Neither the agent nor Canal
f heard anything
further pfl the subject of th
rnWteil Ruiulan transits.
: Listed -originally were a, total
of four tankers several refrig refrigerated
erated refrigerated ships, and the -vessel Kur
gan, -which was towing a fish
factory, and wss accom-
UtSi i'r i1 'V1 l t
aaveraT aneculatlon tre ur
rent a to why .the Sovletrvesa
hin naued uO Pana-
ma as an alternate route to
Rue The chief sunposvtlons are:
in That the Russians vere
irritated hv. some Of thfeeeuri
ty measurea imposed vpon themJ
here. ,...
The Irritation of one master
was voiced in an anicie m
Feb. 3 issue of "The Economist
The Soviet master i
a having aked wbv: .thre
was so much extra guarding
Felsc i Ceir Report
!!:!$ U.S. $::::r ;
A young American serving with
the Navy who gsve false report
of having his car stolen last Feb..
g, was found guilty, of ..disorderly
conduct yesterday in Cristobal Ma Ma-si.trata'a
si.trata'a Ma-si.trata'a Court He was fined S
and given a lO-diy Ja4 ,term u-i
spended for one year.-,
Joseph R. Petty, the saflor, who
i;.... t. rnA Solito. told Canal
Zone police his 1950 Chevrolet seH
sn had been sioien trom ,u
in Colon.' s.
1 t tfcfc w jtarteo: v
- Wliti$rm. it developed P-tj
ty had failed to. keep up payments,
an hia ra. and that instead of 'it
nn nis rir auu um nova -1
nnaaaaMl hT
Hunnicutt -of Colon, .on. the very;
Amm ,rHv panorted- it stolen:
Petty, is understood to have Hc4
ked up- a rumpus aooni) navina u
imoaid -- for vehicle taxen away
from hum
nncArxt. Teh. 10 fUP Mrs
Virginia Oiulpek. 30, received an
unusual bonus with t her alimony
navment. :'. -- :
A suoerlor court Judge today a-
warded her il35 a month in up-
oort BSTmenU end .a cocktail
civilian perseene! who have
aal Zone privHaaas win be
rod kv tha Psnatnaoian
tams aid police authorities far
this purpose. i, ,. ; f
TKo arrajmts which wW k
m fuH effect bv Fab. 22, olimi olimi-nt
nt olimi-nt any rooviromanta
auh poraana tt.i a permit
tram tho Fanr Contraband la la-spactora
spactora la-spactora Offto.
Awnauncornant af tKfs arranto arranto-maot
maot arranto-maot was in vtf'trdty
Ba'.aaa HaiflMt ".f-f c n'r-
botarnn a'- ii t Fana Fana-ni
ni Fana-ni and the Canal Lane.


f i-a
and so many restrictions here.

1 vo a scourgfe- nussian tran-
sits. He was quoted as asking asking-"Are
"Are asking-"Are we at war with tha CniU
ed States already?"
; After the ships had transited
northbound, the master of the ;
Senyavin -is understood to have
voiced virritation. at not: being
permitted by the Navy to brinjr s
his ship alongside tha Ostrovsky
in Cristobal harbor,
It was also-reported the shina
iustlcd .ti a,'or-taf ?
oUUr- anehoraee. mofe ramdlv A

I than; they woul hav hoja to
The captain of NaW natrot
I craft. is .known to have tried to
Keep an accredited American
newsman, from1- boarding the
Senyavin wltbr tha permission
of the. master. The newsman
went aboard snyway, .u .1 t
It is understood- Washing Washington
ton Washington .ruling refusing to allow the
Soviet ships to- buy fuel and
charts here wag. also viewed, as
a handicap. .,, ,
' Relations were smooth afil
cordial, however, at the oper- -ational
and individual leveK
The ships were admeasured.
and transited promptly.
(2) It is thought the wmth
weather in the Caribbean this
time of ypar may havg disoour-
aged the Russians, or that the
mere extra ; mlleaga of sending
the ships through Panama; 'p)ua
paying tolls, may not have look
ed worthwhile.
(3) Other analysts say the,
Russians just sent a eoupIUcf
ships through at: a tet -and
never intended routing thentil thentil-er
er thentil-er here. -
Senale To:AlfeniDj
Mew Knockout Bloiv
, . ow..,
Another attempt will be made in
the Senate to knock out the econo economic
mic economic aid provisions of Pres. ? El.
senhower's Middle East rtfolulion.
u was learned todays v
Sens. Harry T. Byrd (D -a.V
and Richard. B. Russell (CGa.)
led an unsuccessful drive to spa spa-rate
rate spa-rate the economic- and military
phases of the- resolution whm H
as being considered by the S
Armed Sorvicea and Poreiga l a
tions Committees, But they lost
by a 17-11 vote. ; v,
Pate Umpire
TEMPLE CITV. Calif.- re.h20 re.h20-(tPl
(tPl re.h20-(tPl Ba.ebaU Coach Bill Da Davis
vis Davis rues the day he decreed that
the member of the Temple City
Hijrh School team with tho Ion jest
hair would have tar carry the bat
bag throughout the coming seas?i.
Davis, who wears a crew eu',
wound p as the longhair ri-s-
when all the players s'iowH
with their heads Shaved as t..i
as baseball. r
Leo Bernard PCachawsM.
an American serving with tre
Army, was fined $100 in BalVa
Magistrate'a Court today a 1
given a 10-cy jaa r.:
suspended for one year, arr
being found guilty cf dri-.-J
whr.e fntricated.
The offense occurred cn 4
ef Julv Avenue at 13.1V r V
reh. U.





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S4S Madison Ave New Your. M7k N. Y. T ',
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Tks Mall Boa it as span forum for Madam of Tha Panama Amarlcan.

. LeHoro ara recehree1 gratefeillr and ara handled Is a wholly canfidanfial
mMtv. if
If yes cantributa a I attar don't ba impatient if if doesn't appaar tha
ftnaxt day. Letters ara publiihad in tha ordar received. .
h"" i Please try to kaap tha lattara limited to oha page length.
Idantity of Jotter wrltaia it held In strictest confidence.
fit. Thia newspaper aeeumet no responsibility for statements or opinioni
. pxpreuad in lettert from readers.

Peter Edson




ness publications and confidential

trade letters keen hai-ninK on the

theme that President Eisenhower s

"new ReDublicanism" goes wav

too tar to the left.

Business alarm Is said to have

been raised first by the 72-billion-dollar
federal budget proposed for

next year.

Secretary of the Treasury

George M. Humphrey's fears of

continued high government spend spending
ing spending leading to inflation and a
haircurling depression later on

have npw been endorsed by ex ex-President
President ex-President Herbert Hoover. Some
business leaders' are now said to

' nrmirn i i vp in- i m xmhih a. uiu liuu. nifircuu tuG avww vhiv

. tMAof v 9 am T tiotra. Ion or fnlt that t,hA P.Ouncil 1 bllt &I Bllt Secrel

iir in.t.riimTif. of rofimion in the hands of the administration, clair Weeks says that am t so

ff-r irfinr ancmint.lnir of the meetlra. I find It imDoa-l Asked if he was getting any

i. i nn inru. in tha fnPA nf th0 iin.rttJLnonfl.hle complaints from businessmen a

attack on the community of La Boca by the Governor and the

local constabulary. ...i. n
Any recent behaviour on the part of a traditionally well
h.nvH anA lowhidlnor fommunitT Should not b todlscri

nOnately condemned without a serious effort on the part of
sponsible offlclabj to analyze the underlying cause for it.
4f The recent violent resentment rown- by -some -elements
'wild be reaction to the contrast between over-zealous conduct

by some members of the police iorce in meir eiiurm vo buV buV-pregs
pregs buV-pregs ome activities which violate the Remon-Elsenhower treaty,
and the lethargy shown by other US and: Zone of flcials-In im im-plemehtihg
plemehtihg im-plemehtihg ar-.more Important provisions of the treaty, such as

SXnc sua waga. scaie ana civu servic irw!.
'srt Trt An Incensed Resident



, f Where, and how, can a person rci a joo uu wic uuuu.
irith any of' the employment agencies? Haying been down here
! -'( nnt wnrsrinor ahnadV in what I Can dO. I naVe

only been able, to get hired in small-paying jobs at the P.X1S.

.m Both w'r temoorarv Jobs and didn't last long. Being an

r.i4MK hniiMiiri-re with children., and not saving much

JviYom the only other Income. I wanted to work, to help out.
--.Unless It's possible to pass the Army typins: test, or you have
previous permanent employment with Civil Service, Just try tt
get a fairly decent Job. '
.7, m-Unable, to afford the tultton for night courses at C.2.J.C.
.-pI eannot compete with newly-arrived Americans from the States.
;ily past working experience doesn't seem to count anywhere. I
toave loU of hospital training and love the work, but try to be
hired. For almost every Job I can do the Local Raters have the
l0b'l have nothing against them being able to fill lobs that I
cdtfld do, but I wish the people up there in the Heights, could
find some place for people like me, who wish to help their families
and wish to work for something more than 75. an .hour.
I am not the only one I know quite a few in my position.
I'd like to hear some comments about working conditions, etc.
Perhaps someone can help us out. We're willing and eager to
work, may It be ftr a little while or permanently. It depends
on the person Involved. But the main thing is. we don't feel
so helpless when- we know we can help out somewhere.
Pant C.


TTnrfor thi Cantion "Commissary Manners" In your paper of

JTeb. 12j 1 think that JuatwDam Mad-should iutva-ifmed.."Jut-A.
liDamrnl' instead." - "T ..... -yvv v

Does he exoect managers to look as sloppy as the unfounded

complaint he made from his lame brain.
Look Pretty



Wnr mnmm. nginn unknown tn mm OUT fat stock show ODened

iJtwb days ahead of time and with It the'-largest attendance in
its history. We tried to drive out there Sunday but found such
'? mob we turned and went the other way.
;J Cars were parked for a mile on either side and I didn t feel
Ulke walking that far as it meant covering the same distance to

et back to the car.

The exhibits are many and fine, and seems Illinois is ieaa ieaa-Iowa
Iowa ieaa-Iowa wltbottt State Champions. r m
I had- to make out with a look aWhe-picture In the papers,
oreferehce was the San Gertrudis, cut It seems that, the Here-

ords are la the lead. '' v-

t it's suu 50 mues iromjars. King's iront aoor to ner iront gaie.
Etlll in the family with a different name.,: All the way a black'
p road and a string of automobiles and not a horizon in 'sight.
On our trip up the valley we fonndllew buds coming out,
Dd no fruit blooms. Too dry but they may mate: it this Tear. V
My weekly letter from Bill Hasklns has an Inkling of Itchy
iffeet and it's not with him alone for It seems most like the Pa Pa-clfic
clfic Pa-clfic Side better than the Atlantic
Ji Do hope they get busy and finish the Inter-American High High-Jlway.
Jlway. High-Jlway. I may want to use it for a birthday trip on completing my
ifcentury. Only six to go, and at the rate they are going, they will
i meed all that and more. ( ,f :. J
' The slump In the stock market has started up a lot of fear
Ifand uncertainty. I see no use In getting over agitated. The
i j case is different to the big slump of 1928 as the Inflated stock
'was paying no dividends and those inflated are paying highest
I J ever known.
, In '5 steel though held down by the worst strike on record
'(paid 18 a share, highest on record.
; As long as stocks are paying good dividends, keep your shirt

,,on ana u you cnange be sure to investigate what ypu are doing.
"Pop" Wright


4The Incident at La Boca Is a shocking and disgraceful thing

in we eyes 01 au jocai-rate communities. I would be ashamed if
"'t can be proved that any genuine La Bocan would encourage
,iw-beng- I was brought up on the Canal Zone, and thank
ifiSzens. may Uke my PlaCe 111 any ssemWl 01 K00i
; Let us go back to the days when we had our clubhouses, with
rur reading rooms, pool rooms, etc.. and last but not least our
:own colored policemen patrolling the beat. Delinquency In those
lsys never reached anywhere near its present peak. But now our
; policemen Canal Zone boys and good citizens who knew and
could spot the delinquents at a distance, are nothing but guard
JL How about restoring the authority of these men. and putting
,bem out alongside white policemen to patrol the beat? And
jot patrolling in any motor vehicle, either. These motor patrols
Impend the day stopping any kids who may be going mango hunt hunt-i?f
i?f hunt-i?f r -b catching, while In the night no one knows where to
ii find them, except bv cailina Crixtohai 5i 1 1 .H z

tet's put these colored cops back o'the Job. utf Ifr'sirrr

vvi e ia.nai me wno arc narDonng oodiums as
thelr guests will be shown up. :. T.. i.
. I will feel Uke a fish out of water if my community is elosed
;oot on ma through no fault of my own. If the police depart-
jnent Is being obliged to economize I suggest we give out colored
police a try in the local-rate communities at least. Put them in
; -lb front of the battle. Do not bide their potentials in back of
. .the police station, and call them guards. v
When they are out on the Job with proper authority, then
,iand only then will we have fewer thefts on the Canal Zone, and
'i'Wtll the hoodlums have to go back to their breeding holes across
;the border.
Democratic Local-RaUr

But Secretary of Commerce Sin-

bout the Eisenhower program of

new Republicanism being too pro

gressive, the secretary replied ai
ter a moment's hesitation:

"Oh, maybe once in a while from

a lew inamauais. r
Then he added hastily: "Busi "Businessmen
nessmen "Businessmen cenerallv are in com

Dlete support of what the Eisen

hower administration has done in
the past and what it. is trying to

do m the future."


ought to have the right answer on

this question, trot K is to me sec secretary
retary secretary of commerce that the re

ports of the government's Busi Business
ness Business Advisory Council come. This

is the group of 75 1 big business

heads wno give tne government

free but secret advice on wnai u

ought to do. j ; j

When the Senate subcommittee

on elections headed by Albert Gore

(D-Tenn) (filed its report on 1356
campaign funds, it wasTrhown -that

70 BAC member gave a total of
$268,000 to the Republicans. The

four tiAV Democrats gave meir

party only $4,000.

Among tne Diggesi vor aonors

were Jonn Hay wnnney i.uoo,

Thomas B. McCabe $19,500, Henry

Ford II $18,900, Thomas J. Wat

son, $10,000, Crawtorri ureenwaii
of duPont $6,200.

If 70 top U.S. tycoons can give

an average of $3,700 to the Re Re-niihliran
niihliran Re-niihliran nartv and still are not

finding fault with the Eisenhower

program, tnen inings musi noi ne
too bad for big business.

They like Ike. What's more, ise

likes them."


at President Eisenhower's closest

rfriends and most intimate advis-

ersi:Theyr:ar-H-'ji it ljusiness

types ana successiui men use ait

Cabinet members:

Neighbor Georee Allen, director

of a score of companies; Conti

nental can's Gen. Lucius Clay;
Boston banker Robert Cutler, who
watchdogs National Security Coun

cil; General Electric's Ralph Cor-i
diner: N.Y.i'Mutual Life's Lewis.

Douglas; U.S. Steel's Ben Fair

less; Jersey Standard's Eugene

Hoiman; coca coia s wuuam K
Robinson; AMF Atomic's Gen
Walter Bedell Smith, an old hurl.

ay ana ike s tormer-SHEAF chief

"Where's That Memo on How Much This Costs?"


Walter Winchell In MltVork



, c. : ., i v van
WASHINGTON With ex-Pres-irlent.
Honver warning that our pre

sent economy-has some of the ear earmarks
marks earmarks of the denression that hit

liis Administration, and with Sec Secretary
retary Secretary of the Treasury Humphrey

talking about a possible depres-

sion that would '"mane your nair
purl." this is the time to watch the

organization set up to watch the

stock market tne securities nu

Exchange Commission.
Things have changed Srsund
tha SEC in ths paat .foor ytart
All you have to do is look at Its
personnel to undo r t a n d how
rnrh It haa eKanoad. v 1

When the SEC was first estab

lished under Roosevelt to ponce
t.h atnr-k market; FDR appointed

to it some of the best brains uv the

Its commissioners 'lnciuaea jus

tice WiUiam O. IJougias, now on
the Supreme Court; Ferdinand Pe Pe-cora,
cora, Pe-cora, later on the New York Su Supreme
preme Supreme Court; Joseph K. Kennedy,
later ambassador to- Britain; the
late Judge Jerome Frank of the
U.S.- Court of- Appeals; James

Landis. later -chairman 01 tne civ

il Aeronautics Board? Summef
Pike, later on the Atomic Energy
nnmmission: Leon Henderson, lat

er OPA administrator; Harry Mc?

Donald; Ganson Purceji; sna oth


In thoce days, SEC eemmls eemmls-slenors
slenors eemmls-slenors took the inltiaivo irk
watching Wall Street. They
didn't wait for financial moreV
era to ba committed first. They
took action te prevent the iTiureV


It points toward the door of po potent,
tent, potent, personable, oil-con-ciou Lyn Lyndon.
don. Lyndon. Johnson, senator from oil-rich
Texas. r h v
. Sen. Joe OMahoney of Wyoming
began investigating oil last sura-

An experienced, relentles trust trust-buster,
buster, trust-buster, O'Mahoncy can be depend
ed on to do a good joo. jiacitstop jiacitstop-ping
ping jiacitstop-ping him and working with him as
new chairman of the anti-monopoly,
subcommittee is Estes Kefauver,
another uncompromising tr u s t-
buster. s J;
Their committee asked for $300,-'
000 to carry on a comprehensive
probe of all monopoly inut. I g
oil only to have the Rules Com Committee
mittee Committee scale this down to .$225,000.
When the matter .came up on
tne senate floor, .the anti-monopoly
subcommittee asked for an ad-,
ditional $25,000. Instead of getting

it, ,$50,000 --twice- that much was ;

aropped out of clear vsenate sen senate
ate senate skies into the lap of the Senate
Interstate and Foreign Commerce
committee for a rival probe of oil.
It was an astute i diversionary
tactic. For thig committee is head headed
ed headed by Washington's charming, ea

sygoing Senv Warren Magnuson.

f serving on tne commerce com committee
mittee committee with him are Texas', new
senator. William Blakelv. whom

Johnson expressly put on this com-

mmee; aiso the loliowmg senators
who voted with the big natural gas
boys last- iyearuPastore 1R.I.),
Monropey iOU,; S m a t he r i
(Fla.),: Thurmond, (S.C.), arf Dem-

Under Eisenhower however how, -qZ )v,T' 5

SEC started playing brazen, amaz- (Me j and'cotton (NH1 all Re"
ing ooliUcsi when it ignored ffi.'M WKWB WM-' u Ke

of staff.


.1 MOVE THE SCHOOL ' ' ' f
J The answer to the hoodlums of La Boca is simple. Move
. those people to Paraiso where they belong. And move the Bal Bal-.
. Bal-. boa Junior High School to La Boca.
; On visitors day la the schools I visited my child's classroom.
"Do you know there were over 89 pupils In that room? How can
teaching be carried on? The school authorities are going do
;;cmething about that though. Next year they plat) to move
..ome of the classrooms to the music fculldlnc Wont It be fust
fine trying to learn with be IX horns, crrebals and Trtees going
. ( TL Or does-Tit it matter to those who sit la sic conditioned of offices?
fices? offices? At the next shirt sleeve drie council meeting ask the
, GcTcmor the answer to iLa.t une. r
demndu Pamt

' Critical readers may see some something
thing something in this picture which does
not add up.

Do these millionaires feed Ike

all the liberal ideas-he has about
federal aid to schools, broader so

cial security, farm aid, drought re
lief and the need for greater gov government
ernment government spending?.

Or do these top-drawer execu

tives pal around with Ike Just so

they csn tell im he s nothing but

a New Dealer, and he'd better cut
it out, like the business papers


AND IP THEY DO tell him that,
does Ike tell 'em back that they're
all crazy, and then go listen only
to what be is told by Gov. Sher

man Adams, and his liberal broth
er Milton?

Or does the President merely do
as he says he does, listen to what

everybody tells him, then make
all the final decisions himself In
the light of what -he has learned
since he ass been in the White
House?' ) 'Al'Sy.
Perhaps the answer to aU these

questions can-be -found m these

very business papers that criticize
the President- - 1
. v - -v -
If you Tead on ie where it talks
about business prospects, it says
here 1957 should be five per cent
better than 1966. Secretary Weeks
aeems te Share this view, at least

for the first six months. He won't

stick bis neck out beyond that,. :

iOh. yes there are a few bad

spots, Uke nome coruirucuou. cut

on the whole. Dullness never naa n
so eood. Mavbe this is in spite of

the lew KepuD uc ami m. ur mayne

it's because of lUi ;




'Tennessee Williams' "Something

Wild in the Country" (due at the
Martin Beck Theater March 21) is
an entirely revamped version of

his first opus, "Battle of Angels,"
which nevef reached Broadway

The new version is bis 5th com-n

plete rewrite ... Look is readying

a boticle on Frank Sinatra. I he

author is Bill Davidson, who did

the mag's current Jerry Lewis yak yak-jak.
jak. yak-jak. Sinatra refused to talk to the

mag detective .... uroaaway s no.

2 Ticket is "Bells Are Kinging.

The Queen is still "Fair Lady "...
Ava Gardner, en route to Cuba for

"The Sun Also Rises" tat momns
end), will be the next nude sculp

ture by Dobronyi. He did those

undraped studies ot &KDerg ana
Mansfield ... Marion Murray, the

sltfgfit,; wl swtously injured in

an accident, one is bi o. jukb
Hncnital. Miami Beach .... The

nolice are seeking a man, who vi

sited actress Doreen Woodbury, 30

who look an overdose and died
soon after he departed ...He came
to her apartment at30O 57th at

ZXQ a.m. A lady fnena wairea in

the swanky foyer tor nau an. nour
and them impatiently phoned:
"ffmn't I come uo now?" Will that

help the police decipner uie

scravenes on mo auiviuc

Variety reveals that "Waiting
For -Godot" flopped again to the
tune- of $35,000. We tried to tell

them!... Pearl Bailey at ine copa

in her old sylph ,.i June Auyson
tells interviewers her home "is a
littla nlace." It's an estate ef 55

acres.-.Richara maney muo u

intprpstine interviewee on Mixe

u.iipp' nropram. Some of his

guests make Wallace look duller

than he mtenos to iooh.m.w
of effort went into- producing
M.voriinp" on TV. which critics

rejected...Variety, quoting Ed Sul Sullivan's
livan's Sullivan's interview (with the Boston
Record's Bill Buchanan), neglect neglected
ed neglected to quote the punchline: "If Sul Sullivan
livan Sullivan is WW's arch-enemy youd

never know it because ne sara.( i
thought he had a very good show

Dnria- Dsv.. whose was was.tnnlr ratlho rir.v. 1 fv. t (

$250 .per week (in Hollywood 3' Manhattan which has a markct,uves Act meaning that anyone

I I; V


csarraM avianrS. I

ToV Tjuirinn. who got $200 ad

vance for his capi. i;avia un
tales, would be astonished to know'

thst $2 million was para u
vise them. Standard Oil (CsL) is
the first of 8 big regional sponsors
to parpnt them in the Far West West-Alice
Alice West-Alice Tyrrell, formerly wed to her
stage partner Dick Winslow, has
tn Mra. Tony Beacon since July

1st. They are 3'ing...Eddie Condon
comments on Elvis in .Tempo
mag: "If that's singing. I might

aa well go down to the dog pouHd
kr tha real thing".- Broth

er Condon is recommended to one
of bis old platters called Alaba

ma.", ins vocal on tnai one me
Fivi anund like Como .Lort and

Jan Howe (making their debut in
tha Calvoso revue at Le Cupidon)

applied there for jobs as cigarette
I ..T .i . -t,..ji;s,i i iVa This.

IT II..,' rujj.ii 1.17
Taul Newniaa is spending 15 mm-

utes every morning Tunning a-round-
Waiter's back lot to keep
ia condition;''; (Chasing Starlet?)

Barbara McNair another of the

Column's enlhasiasms, is the pret pret-tit
tit pret-tit !olored canary aince Doro

thy Dandridge. Her Mocambo (H' (H'-wood)
wood) (H'-wood) -click won a quick return
booking at The Elegante here.
Two years ago- Miss McNair got
$30 per week at The Downstairs
when it was named The Purple
Onion Merle Oberon confirmed
that she would wed again. The
news was tipped several Sunday;
nights ago by this newscaster
Wonder why Simon and Schuster
neglected to credit Ralph A.
Brooks, whose photo of author S. J. I
Perelman is art at Ms best on the1
best-seller. "The Road To Mil-!

town"? Mac Benoff says the1

columnist-laden 'Toot git"

program reminds hint ot wnst
Heywood Eroua once said when
asked:' "What's the most impor

tant iroalification for a colum-


years ago) will get $250,000 to stat.

in the turn. 'The faiama Game

... Elizabeth Taylor, who just be

came M. Todd's bride, is a grand

mother, already; Todd has a grand

tot,.. Don Cherry's platter of So
Rare!' is a peach ... The novels in
the 1st .and 2nd best-seller slots
ar "Pevton Place" and "The

Fountain Overflows.'' Both auth'd

by women ... Happy Statistic: In

Audrey Hepburn's upcoming pic

ture. Love, In-the Afternoon,'' she
is kissed by Gary Cooper 49 times
.... Recommended: Julie London's
recording of "The Boy on the Dol Dol-l
l Dol-l i." Perfectly suited for her
cicamy tones ... Pat Boone was a

$50 a week singing-cowboy in Fort

Worth 2 years ago. Then came
nine. click records in a row ,..Fred
Zinneman," Academy Award Win-1
ner (for film director), started as
a sidewalk photographer in N. Y.

... Playwright Arthur Kober left
for H'wood "to renew. old hostili


of 4 1-2 million teevee homes.

arithmetic was based on only- $7

nomesi 11

; Comedian. Victor Borge is Bck

chelly Sir Victor Borge. The gift gifted
ed gifted clown was knighted bv his naJ

tive Denmark several years agoJ

(Hind of Curtsy )...The only George
Bernard Shaw drama never show.i
in the U. S. (until recently) is an
off-Broadway success. It is "In

Good King Charles' Golden Days."
Critics hailed -it unanimously. Mr
Shaw wrote it when he was 83.

The disc jockeys are giving Teres

Brewer s "i m vrownmg My sor sorrows"
rows" sorrows" many spins. The other side,
"How Lonely Can One Be?" cud

dles closer to our ears ...Charles

Van Doren, the. Quiz Kid. is one

of the very few persons on teevee

who fits the lens snugly. Nice face.

natural, personable guy. Many of

tne auegea professionals make you
wonder.... The highest paid ac actress?
tress? actress? Probably Sophia Lor en.
She earned a million last year in

Italy, where the taxes are very
low. 1

U.S. Senator Warren Ma

(not Sen. Capehart) heads the
Committee probing teevee. Maariu-

J son's probers will study the varl-

xuugs. 1 uiinK ne is right,
the Senator is quoted, "when
Winchell says some of them are
not very reliable and are subject
to a lot cf manipulation" .. The
Committee is also microscoping

one large surveyor's finding. He'

- How does Marlene Dietrich keep
that trim torso? One. meal daily
Jickie Gleasoa threatens to pro produce
duce produce an original musical every
week. He --will need; good luck
and more important good health
... When- Jayne;. Mansfield lirst

came to Houywood.rshe. phoned ia
major studio casting office and

frankly said: "I have talent and

beauty and I want to be a star.

What do I do?" ... Infectious mu

sic; The melody heard in the "A.

nastasia" movie. It reflects the
film's charm... Mike Todd is so at attentive
tentive attentive when; he is, with his, Lis m
publitf,thanl"qtnp: "He hand-

ies ner as tnough she were stolen
goods" ... Richard Rodgers wrote

u, wnat A Beautiful Mornin'

(for "Oklahoma!"), in eight min.

utes...Charlotte Harmon and Rose

mary Taylor, authors of toe show showbiz
biz showbiz book, "Broadway In a Barn"
(which- names names), have been
issued the first book libel insur insurance
ance insurance in the U.S. approach-to cri criticism:
ticism: criticism: "There's no use pretend

ing something is good when it isn't.
You have to be able to take criti criticism"
cism" criticism" . But nobody can. Tha on

ly Knock people accept is Oppor Opportunity's.
tunity's. Opportunity's. '

lengthy telegram from J. Stleten-

roth, the secretary v ol, Mississippi

Power and Light, a uixon-ates

subsidiary, warning that the com

pany had: filed false figures win
tne SEC.
The name of -the law establish

ing the SEC IS the "Truth-in-sec
unties'' Act meaning that anyoni

Thn wno sens stocx ana- oonas .niuti

Hie a statement wim ine sav aua
tell the truth
"I desire to withdraw each and

every financial figure and any and
all data which are Included in the

registration statements," Sieten

rothtelegrabhed. .( ?

- H referred to tne proposea

stock flotation of Middle south U

. With; this extraordinary line-up
ef pro-gas-oil' senators doing the
investigating orMhe : Commerce
Committee, the alt lobby can fig figure
ure figure that the two-fisted praba of
ths anti-monopoly commirtoo will
ba either counters c tad or' block-

aa out. '



Attorney General BrowneH has
sent an mvestigator to Boston to
look into the question of. an anti antitrust
trust antitrust suit against the Boston Her Herald
ald Herald and Traveler for threatening

to put the Boston -Globe out of

ffl? -r. F Brick's
J..r?r?. irW torn in Columbus, Ohio $35,593

last year-..,; uncker, incidentally,
fholnoH knftla n Kill l ,1.. C..



comoine. t.. j

Yet, daiplto this warning from
a high official ef the combine,
the SEC OK'd the t Stock fleta fleta-tion
tion fleta-tion next dav. Previous SEC

k committlanars would have held

extensive Hearings, put tna now
SEC, anworriod about protecting
the investing public, didn't wait
a minute. V-'' ;

Meanwhile," likable, inexperience

ea, young ainciair Aruiairuus,
chairman of the SEC, ia sitting on

several kegs of financial dynamite,

but doesn seem to snow, it.


At a dinner given in honor of the

Chief Justice and Mrs. Warren the

other night a lady who doesnt al

ways approve of everything in this
column but tolerates living with

its author, found herself seated be beside
side beside the attorney general, Herbert

Browneli. vir
. Mr. P ia alcava miffering from

things she finds written in her hus

bands newspaper column oyer

which she has no controL But she

is usually eaual to the occasion.

tn mis case sne saw:

"Washington is never dun.-Mr.

BrownelL When you go out to din

ner in New York you can always
be Sure exactly what is going to

hanoen. You alt aown Desiae airs.

Rumplemeyer or Mrs. L'Escargot
and theyll tell you all about the
weather' and their clubs and their
children. v
"But in -Washington you never
know whom youll sit beside. Ima Imagine
gine Imagine finding yourself r sitting by

"I admit, reolied the 'attorney

general "I might have found my myself
self myself disconcerted sitting beside

your husband.

There's some interesting, back

stage wire-pulling behind the fact
that two aenarate Senate commit

tees are investigating oiL

heloed bottle uo a bill in the Senata

last year which would have penal penalized
ized penalized Eastern railroads' for failing
to return borrowed freight tars.


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HITS 104 Mrs. Mary Arnold
who lives in the Methodist Sun Sunset
set Sunset Homo at Quiacy, JJL, hu
Just celebrated her 104th birth birthday.
day. birthday. Although confined to a
wheel chair by a hip broken a
few years ago, her general
health is good. Bora In Milan,
Ind, she was widowed in 1905.
Her hobby is crocheting., v -,

To twa a

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. . enjoying every minute completely carefree
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: GdV. W. Ei POTTER preserits a
' fis M Balboa .'customs inspector the

' i variDueau rrograiit. riciurea auove, ieii w rignt, are xiicuuure rk.anvuaar jj.o.u- Auiiiiiuiiif
i tor; Mrs. rLeslie M. Spencer;" Spencer; Potter, Henry L. Donovan; director Civil Affairs Buif
I ,:)',' 'Xs 'rau-.;' and J; B.' demons. Jt chief, jCustoms Division, Civil faflrs-'Biireatti?'-?

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Bachelor of Q eneral Studies ,. Degree- to liJslie Spencerjl.
first Carial employe to receive a degree .under the' L. S.' U.

iimlnlcan' ninMentlfied woman Ifeads- herown 'lilggagaU'
after she Arrived in New York aboard the Norwegian liner
InWrnatiOnal Longshoremen's Association strike.' The walk-

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SGeneral inspection by trained operators.
9 Panels, Pick-Ups, Jeeps, -U and 1-Ton Trucks,
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, 41 Drone be
42 - profit.
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that well
- Country
is' Name Mud
I nSome Circles
Encland (UP)-Three American
names were highly unpopular in
certain cultural circles or Britain
today and Elvis Presley led the

. The names of Presley and band' tne, L"dalc ,eft Jesi"ara Jesi"ara-leader
leader Jesi"ara-leader Billaley were smeared In "'.!0 Singapore on Feb.; ?knd

lipstick on Wil.amtShakespeare's; SK ffl be rePlace? rePlace?-statue.
statue. rePlace?-statue. The Upstick won't come na .." '"W "V?,?, "jHis successor wiU be Don Walkef,

In the college town of Eton, the
name of Hamilton r. Forsythe,
"the well-known American modern-expression
painter," also was
mud...- .- ',: ;-.::'"',
A party was held in his honor!
last' Saturday. Nearly all the Eton
school masters came, They didn't

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exemption V 46 Greek letter.
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30Ught fabric and I :
si nmin iver 48 Scandinavian. '
S3 oif artori 50 Italian river
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40-;,:vf being,
Shell Oil Tanker
missing oix uays
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" SINGAPORE (fep) '-The Shell n ;.T-my-. Leqnetti will re re-Oil
Oil re-Oil Co. said tpday .Jts ,342-toij lightiP'8 GiseleMacKewie, Dorothy

er i,anaaK, wnn a crew oi, .17
aboard hai hin rftifmina tnr trlv
aboard, has been missing for
The crew consisted of three Brit British
ish British officers,' eight Malays and six
find out until the party, was over
that Hamilton T. Forsythe was a
kne V at naii Tk tUa haaJmaitula
daughters and. acted by a friend
of theirs.
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Solons Will Recommit

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rrogram ror HTomic zneirer
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WASiuNfiTftv. Fph ; ftTPW
Members ot a IJouse subcommit
tsa in nivil rfAfpncw sfrnnplv tnHi-
ated foday that they will recoml

mend a vast .federal atomic, snei- construction of sneiterr accessible ? rnanwra smjitt s iu b u
ter program eosting -billlonsi, aflto almost every AmertatK-In-'tP11': "C; fff
dollars) r-'.;.,'''?'v;:v-i::f,i imote areas protection would be v Ziem said his petitiorwas based ;

V Civil Jjeiense Administrator vaf provided mffinly agairfat fail-outv on me uanuww-m-vr.. ay;
Peterson told;- the!' subcommittee! In cities and industrial "areast the Core who reported jTaylor rfdan-.
Monday i, that -Jtotfi had proposed j shelters would be built progres-1 gerously 1 and entally ai a n d ,,,
such a program but that be would1 si vely. tougher to provide : protec-i should be; hospitalized. y; :

ion on the, issueV:''' r-:';.. ?,':','; f'- A

: There were some indicalions the
White House' would reject the idea,
partly because of the .tremendous
cost, arid partly because of testi testimony
mony testimony that even i the ? best shelter
System, could not prevent heavy
civilian casualties !' p,'$,tff
But the committee, headed, byl
Rep. Chet Holifield- D-Calif apj
peared ready to propose a pro pro-gr
gr pro-gr a m designed to pro v ide protec protection
tion protection for nearly all Americans In
case of atomic attack. r.-i:''. '::.5gi,'
The subcommittee's eight mem
bers Introduced identical bills last
month to put 'the federal govern government
ment government in charge f civil defense
under a 1 new cabinet-level secre secretary,,
tary,, secretary,, and to- order the construe-1
tion of i group shelters -"iff each
target area.'v ; .;;, .-ic-v- v
They acted after a two year
study capped by the public hear
ings which ended Mondsvy One ex expert
pert expert after another testified that
shelters must be built now for
everybody, in and out of the target
areas, to p r e vent millions of
deaths from-, blast,, fire and radio?
To Get New Faces
.cinn.. Till r... iri-ii. oik
r.i"Zl t Sun-nni
SnOoky) Lanson on NBC-TVS
,.yourHft.. .par,dew.-next .season,
it was announced today.
The American '. Tobacco Co..
spansor.. of the show, .said Miss
villus, jtvuoyaiiu, v"iulciuci 4i;i
cals, f'Pajama Game," "Silk
Stocking, and "The Most; Happy
Tella.' ,.:; ,-v
No reason v wa g'ven' for ( the
move, and none of the. departing
members of the cast has an
nounced pew plans. However,
Miss Mackenzie was reported to
have been offered a TV series of
her own, as well as the lead in a
vi '. .:..' V V
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; Phillip Jlarrnan, formerly -of tI-AngeIe' jCalif'

No; 6-10 Phone 3-7423
. 2-0313

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':.,' ','.;--' 1 : ' -''''" f'i ,p i'::'-; -'-
aetiv' iMmii Tin r."ivnt of Van

atomic attatk. v';S:C. ..Ziem :;aid. be -planned -ios-peti-
Snhfnmminor tnitrfM InHiralnd tlOB CirCUlt Court todajf TOT aMm ;

the bill will be amended to require!
Hoft; aealnst all three atomic
hazards u
Other-features of the bill, in-
eluding the provision for cabinet
status 'for, the civil defense boss,
may or may not be changed be
fore the subcommittee finally acts,
The administration opposes the
cabinet provision 1 and penamg
conclusion of its own stuay on
shelters opposes enactment of
the "compulsory shelter- provision,
4 A- Budget. Bureau omciai lesn lesn-fled
fled lesn-fled last in week that 1. Peterson's
shelter proposal Is under active
study by the White House,: But he
also spoke of Its high cost 20 to
40 billion .dollars and said its
probable inf latiotfary impact had
to-be considered ;
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New sed;Eu1titvent
Sealeil hlris, (or public penlnf,
will be reelvd by the Central Ex Exchange
change Exchange Officer,: Ft I Clayton, C.Z.,
for H.lpti oi new, and ue anlo.
mobile parts, accesaorien ano 1001a.
to Include mtif f ler. tall pipes, lar lar-Tiltlon:
Tiltlon: lar-Tiltlon: purui and use! tlrmi and 21
Iota of used equipment, ta tnclnde
..kwrling; alley accosorlen. bottW
coolera, refrlentlon equipment,
electric motors, chalrn, "aorla foun fountains,
tains, fountains, office eqiilnment, cimli elt elt-ers.
ers. elt-ers. sandwich units.'.
Items "may lie Ins'pected In Bid.
No. 70S, Cornsal, from 12:.1 to 3:3
n.ih.. on-lR, 20 and 21. and from (
:t- it a.m. an IS rebra.ry S7.
'.. ..'' - ''
Invitations' and nrnnosal Wanks
may he obtained at' Bid.,. Noi MS
durlnv hours' Of Inspection: or. from
the Central Exi-hanae Office, Bids.
Nii.54,' rort'-Claytoni,':;,'::;.
Sealed bids IH be publkty open opened
ed opened at 1 p.m. Monday, tf '' February
1957, at Bldtt. No. TM, Corozal. Th
Caribbean AAAFES ; reserves, the
rlrht reject any and all bids.
All equipment .wilt ba sold en an
'as-ls,, where-ls"; bails, "i J :',-X ,-i
This Is an offerlns of the Carib Caribbean
bean Caribbean AAAFES,, and not of the U.S.
Government. N

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We also offer the
ing services:
v Drive-in Restaurant
U-Drive service
; Taxi service
Waxing of cars

' ; ? Cleaning

!r ;:-'-'.''' v '. '
i. .'Steam cleaning of motor. ;


or write to Apartado 546, Panama


Oi: Suburbia Faccis
Sanity Hearing-.
, PONTIAC Mich. (VP) Oak--
land County Prosecutor Frederick
hearing for Gary A; Taylor 20, 5
Taylor has admitted a fi i ng

through several -suburbs dunnf 'a
two-month 1 period and I firing a .22
caliber rifle at about "16s women j
because "I like to buri women,
Three of jhe women suffered mi-
nor wounds. !:t-&&

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and bath. 'Polishes ssnd
i torotects furniture antf ill
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Panama City ;',..-' )
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a! g's iarty;and ball at Hotel El Panama will "be held FJM

JSK Azcarraga and
cameTro?ect and screen; second prize is a 71-plece silver ier
Mhffwad l the thlsd prize is a weekend at El Panama.,' ,
Imti taay be made by calling Balboa 2128 Tickets are
avaffie at any lire station or may be purchased at the door.'

Weseett-Gunfi n99n)"
. ..J In fthada Island
"ZTZZutL Albert P. Wescott
of Jhimford, R. I. have announced
rj-fl"-.-m.nt their daughter,
L"r r to Mr. Landen
f; Knn of Mr. and
Airs. Landen H. Gunn
of Diablo
a teacher in.
East Providence, R. I. Mr. Gunn,
ifgraduate of Balboa High School,
ctass of 1953, is serving in the U.fe.
Navy at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba,
trbe wedding will take place
Jflne 28 in Rhode Island.
Th Robert Medingers
' JMr. and Mrs. Robert E. Meding Meding-er
er Meding-er of Los Rios have announced the
birth of son. Robert Edward,
St., was born at Gorgas Hospital
oi Valentine's Day and is expect
ed home tomorrow.
l-MTotai-noi grandmother is
ited Roach of AshvlUe, N.C. Ma Ma-tirnal
tirnal Ma-tirnal great grandmother is Mrs.:
Jfcne M. Turner of Tampa, Fta.
who is weu known on me
Paternal grandparents reMr
ahd Mrs. Gus Medinger of Cara Cara-A.
A. Cara-A. Mn. Gus Meding-
ef 'is a house guest of the Robert
fithep and Mrs. Goodn
Cntertairt Heuse Guests
itw nieVmn nf th Panama Ca
likl and Mrs. R. Heber Gooden will
hve as their house guest the m
Rev. herald H. Brooks, Lord Bish
a of British Honduras who is pf
rrylng tonight to attend the 3. U
Convocation of the Missionary Cio-
cse of the Panama canai.
JThe Goodens also have as their
hiuse guests for the Convocation
-Me Ven. David E. Reed, Archdea Archdea-'An
'An Archdea-'An nf rninmhia. and the Rev.
Tt,nm Schmidt, rector of St. Al-
ban's Church in Bogota, Colombia
.Cipfi AmI MrS. Palk
Giv Hihba Party ...
iCapt. and Mrs. Hettry !E". Falk
wire hosts last evening for a high high-bill
bill high-bill party given at their home in
Diablo Heights. The party was giv given
en given in honor of their house guests,
Mjand Mrs. -Henry Schmidt and
Mr. and Mrs. Otto Schmidt.
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Mrs. Alexander Hart
Vititng Her Dtughtar

am of Panama have as their house
(i,. act Mn AluvDnrioi Hart r.f
Schenectady, N.Y. Mrs. Hart u
Mrs. Sidebotham's mother.
Napiers Entertain
For Sister, Friends
Brig, Gen. and Mrs. E. W. Na
Mtnw nn-A kn.l. lnfft m t rt n i n iT f
approximateiv so guests at tnei.n
iesidence at Albrook Air Force1'
Base. The party, was in honor of
Hrie. dm. Nader's sister. Mrs.i
Roy House, and her friends, Mrs.
Tom Branch and Mrs.: Roy bewell.
All three' of th i Napiers' house
guests are frorr Atlanta, Ga.( and
are here for a two-week visit,
Among those invited to meet the
visitors were Gov. and Mrs. Wil
liam E. Potter, Maj. Gen. and
Mr. Truman H. Landon, Maj. Gen.
(ret.) and Mrs. Kobert iayior.
Brig. Gen. and Mrs. George F.
Stumpf, Dr. and Mrs. Shirocoy,
Mr. and Mrs. Kobert Aciy, Col,
and Mrs. Paul A. Zartman, Col.
and Mrs Edwin M. Kamage and
Col. William Chriss from uie Air
Force Mission to far a.
Birthday Party Tonight
For Cecelita Noli
Mr. and Mrs. luis Noli are givin
a party this evening at their nome
in Las cumores. ine auair is in
honor of the Nolis' aaugnter.Xece aaugnter.Xece-lita,
lita, aaugnter.Xece-lita, who is celebrating her 15ta
Delegates From Colombia
Arrive For Meeting
Mrs. D. Archer and Mrs E.
McLeilan of Barianca Bermeja, Co Colombia,
lombia, Colombia, arrived on the Isthmus by
plane today to attend the 19th an annual
nual annual meeting of the Women's Aux Auxiliary
iliary Auxiliary of the Panama-Canal Zone
Missionary District of the Epis Episcopal
copal Episcopal Church as delegate from Co
Jean Ellen Seaman
Celebrates Birthday
Mr. and Mrs. Harry C. Seaman
were hosts recently for a party cel
ebrating the 16th birthday of their
daughter, Jean Ellen. Approxi
mately 40 guests enjoyed a buffet
fivi special

f them to you now. Onfy freezing
cdptvres and holds the delicacy



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supper and dancing. The Carnival
motif was carried out u the dec dec-orations.
orations. dec-orations. ; j..- y u- .-
The John O'Donnolls
Have. House Guots
Mr. and Mrs. George King, of
Mr. Bethel, Pa. r arrived early, this
week by plane for an indefinite vis visit
it visit They are the guests of Mr. and
Mrs, John T. O'Donncl of Marga Margarita.
rita. Margarita. The Kings are the parents of
Mrs. O'Donnell. .
rvr waiun
Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Van Atta
and their son, Gerald, of Sinsbury,
Conn., arrived recently by plane
for a few weekr visit with Mr.
and Mrs. Howard. G. Anderson of
Gaum. Mrs. Van Atta is the sister
of Mr. Anderson.
Cr i tobaJ-C oion ry
Hosting District Conference
The Cristobal-Colon Rotary will
begin entertainment tomorrow for
the delegates and guests of the
- l10th. Dt:t otr?
tional with a luncheon to be giv-
at Hotel Washington for vis-
iting Rotary Anns. In the evening
the Conference will be inaugurat inaugurated
ed inaugurated by Ernesto de la Guardia, Jr.,
President of Panama.
' On Friday the Governor of Co
Ion, Jose Maria Gonzalez, will give
a cocktail party at the Governor s
residence. This will be followed by
a fellowship buffet, at the Hotel
A formal ball at the Strangers
Club will be neid on Saturday-eve
ning. Lucno Azcarraga will pro
vide music lor dancing.
Festivities wind up on Sanday
with a visit to Gatun Locks t be
followed by a picnic at Ft. Lores
ZO. -;
A telephone' call or a note of
thanks to the person who bos
entertained for you or your out
of -town guests Is a gracious ges gesture.
ture. gesture. OfT course, you thanked
your hostess as you left the par
tybut a secona manic you is
important, too.
It is that extra bit or tnoiigni-
fulness that really counts. r
It tat ruin your flgure ot tnm
rou short ot breethvMd endansere
your health, you wUI flnd It eaay to
Iom wcicht -with' -the ew Kenyweo4'
4 mttlittd fermee. Ho ftfaetle dittlnen
or anrdM. Ask yeuf! drtlsntere for ':
renned. and start alimialiia' at ea ',.

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soups from CampbeTs

.thenta to frttifctgi '

We meon very special soups.
Soups you probably never in
Ike world expected to get in
prepared form.
Only freezing moke it pot'
sible for Campbell's to bring

tempera mental flavors of

these truly great soups. So be
prepared for something very
special '. .

V-Mr' 1 1"HV

The classic tailleuft for'snrinf gets narrow lines and double-'
breasted treatment as well as three-quarter length sleeves this
year. Fabric Is a worsted flannel. This is a Frank, Gallant d
.imBy OAILE DUG AS, NEA Women's Edlter?

up TMINK3 ME'S PURtYNo matter what you think ot.c.
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WAen Lucho nlves out with muHc, it needt no interpretation '.
to Panameflo or Grtngol All Isthmians flock to the pied-':
, piper of the organ named Azcarraga, Backed by his -arches-
tVaVxitcAo pioef yourthat magical music tomorrow night, in
' the plea&antesi place our air-conditioned BELLA VISTA f
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celume sheuld ae ttibmittea -im
type-written term and mailed ee
the pe number listed daily m 'So

cial end Otherwise;", or delivered
by hand te the eHice; Notices t
mceHngs' .cannot' be 'accepted by
telephone, A
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Court Mixpah x ;,-- I
Cvrt Mizpah No. S198, A.0,F.,'u
will meet tonight ui Loyal Vktor
Lodge Hall, CentraL Avenue, for
the purpose ox discussing business
of vital importance to the Court
and its members
In order that a definite decision
be arrived at, the presiding officer -has
urged that the members at
tend and be on' time, as the meet meeting
ing meeting starts at 7:30 p.m. -'
Cristlbat Stewards Council
ine, reguiary M-weeKiy meetwg
of the Cristobal Stewards Council
of Local 900 AFSCME. -AFL-CiO-will
be held in the Cristobal U U-nion's
nion's U-nion's Office, tomorrow at 7:30
p.m. .
AH stewards and members't-are
urged to attend this meeting,'
The Crossroads- atamn ni
which holds itg meetings evei :
no and 4th Monday of each
monttr has changed tnelr by
laws to permit children: of the
canal Zone, Army and Air Force
to become .Junior members if
over -12 years old". The parent
must accomnanv th r-htM t

under the hcp nf in voo, Th.lviil hp hplrt at the Fort Amador

next meeting of the club will be!
iwonaay tne Z5th or Febuary at
0730 hours at the Special Service
Club, Fort Clayton.
Arsoti Possibility
Seen In Flash Fire
FW To Old Folks
t. WARRENTON, Mo. (UP) p0.
hce i officials i, .today investigated
three possible causes, includina
arson, of a flash fire that wared
through a nursing home here; kill killing
ing killing 71 persons.;
Volunteer workers, who removed
43 charred bodies from the ruins
of the collapsed Katie Jane Me Memorial
morial Memorial Home, continued their care care-fur
fur care-fur search of the debris for other
missing victims. : vv y
None of the bodies ha Von
identified and Dr. F.'H. Knigge,
Warren County coroner- said he
doubted if any -would because 'the
intense, neat of the Sundav after afternoon
noon afternoon holocaust left JitUe mora than
Knigge -said he believed the offi official
cial official list,. pfUflv missing f and, pre-
, jwiasoun (Hignway, r atroi cap:.
C R. OUver said he could not rule
out any of three possible causes
of the fire after questioning .20 wit-i
nesses at tne scene. More Wit
nesses were questioned today.
Gov. James T.' Blair Jr. fmade
tfie nursing home disaster the sub
ject of. a. special message to the
Missouri General Assembly today
He sail there was, a need of. a gen
eral overhaul of state laws gov governing
erning governing nursing homes. -'
In Washington, Sen.. Lister Hill
(D Ala) -called for increased fed
eral "'investment" in, jbreproofl
nursing nomes to prevent aucn
W. S. O'Sullivan, operator of the
home,- testified before investiga
tors Monday that his ucense to op operate
erate operate the home had expired In'
January. He said state inspectors
who arrived at the home last
Thursday showed "no undue
alarm at- the time lag,
Gamecock: Fighter
Pay Fines ;Tamely
group of 136 persons eaught In a
15-deputy shenff s raid on a rural
eameoock fight Saturday night
forfeited a total of M,VH, authori
ties said jooay' ;. r;
Not a single defendant showed
uo at' a magistrate's hearing on
bambing charges Sunday despite!
bonds ranging from H each for
spectators to $100 for pit operators
ticket-takers and lookouts. -
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MAJ., -GKNix-atKinklAlf H. LANDON, commander, Caribbean
Air Command, arid presented an invitatiort, to 'attend the -"Girl
Bcouts. in' Review!' pageant, celebrating the centennial
birthday of the founder of scouting, Lord- Baden-PoweU, to
be hftld at Fort Clayton tomorrow at 7-p.m Kay jSchmidt
(left) and Mary Rlchstatter, members of Albrook's GlrUScout
-Troop No. 5 made the presentation. r , 1

Ft.. Amador Club To Celebrate

Its Ovn Camavalito ftWch 5 j

Itf conjucti'on with''P a n a m a'sj
irnival season; ; Carnavallto 1
Service Club on March 5th from
o U p.m. - ;
The JKnusteujaens Aavtsory
Council of the Amador : Service
Club, sponsors of the affair, have
planned three' hours of entertain
ment for Amador's military per
sonnel and their guests. Included in
the entertainment program is a
dance with music provided by Pa Panama's
nama's Panama's outstanding Calypso1 band,
Smokey Pete's Fireband; Monte
Carlo, with prizes to be auctioned;
fireworks- and the-clob own, "Can
navalito Queeh Corrtest.!
The J'Carnavalito" queen wiu
closen from photographs submitv
ted by he enlisted men-of -Fort!
Amador of their girls back in the
States. Photos' are now Being accepted-by
the club' photographer
Sp3 John Stringe. The pho
tographs may be- of any size, how-1
ever, it has been requested that
no writing be placed on the; The
!!3vy Pushes Jcerch
FcrTars Vh) Fled
CHARLESTON.! vrtrp.3The
Navy today pressed', .aft search 4or,
two' ja-ryeartoid sailors who -were
among ? nine prisoners who broke
out of the Charleston naval receiv
ing. station brig y Monday underH
cover of an early TBOrnlng' fog.' fog.'-Severt
Severt fog.'-Severt of the) nine-.were Tecap-tured?-but'-'stilt
.at- large were air airman
man airman apprentice Donald- R..' Hayes
of Standard. Calif., and- airman
annrcntlrn Frwrlrtm H IfiatW nf
LaGrange, ;.Ga.. Hayes was facing
charged ,with unauthorized absence)
when the escape wa madf.A ?
pushed the bats out of a window
and then scaled' a, 20-foot fence,
the 'top -40 ;feet;. pf which' was
barbed wire.-. tiicu '- X X-The
The X-The men took advantsse of Ihe
change of guard routine and an
early, morning fog' to make good
their escape.-Shreds of their pris prison
on prison dungarees were found snagged
in the lence. .. '- ? .. --
Gordon. E.-See'. 18." or Kooskia.
Idaho, wis picked up by the shore
patrol four hours, after .the break,,
Sir others .were- found .hvsf night
huddled together in a NoTth
Charleston cemeetery.
The sii'were identified as eir-
mn nonraied Arvil ,G Wingler
19,-of Kannapolis N.C; airman
apprentice, Waiter 4., Angliii-Jr
21, of Hamilton, Ala.; seaman re-j
emit -paugus Wr flail, 19, of OHvia,;
N.C.! fireman
rerrurt Douglas R.
airman : apprentice Wtllis-E.' Har-
rls, M, of Pea City au.
Anglin was facug an unauthor-:
ized absences charge, and the oth-
ere were charged with desertion. i
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pnotograpn .will "be: privileged. -AO
make a free phonccall to the "Car
;avalito" queer, on the bight, of
A -'reigning queen will also- be
chbsen; .She will, be- judged by the
five candidates -for thel9th? an
nual Canal Zone Police Association
Ball on the basis, of her costume.
Doing the judging will be Shirley
Ann Meyer,. Camilla Ellis Billie
Sue, Spencer, Becky Abell 'and
Carol VoortHieyer.- A prize will be
awarded ;to' the queen an ber es
cort. - -. JA
The Advisor Council h r.lan
planned a "Comparsa Group" oa'
the mght of thf festivities. The
groups wm .,oe .male from iFort
Amador units. 'However, individual
costumes may also be worn.
HaPolice Pro!:
North' Carolina authorlti 'di

hopeful, that1 1 an ; -In vestigatlon- ty -New
Jersey.itate police will urn w t

aomevUgbt onejBysteriouSijdi. JL

appearance Mrs. Marv Ann

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1 he- attractive .f jnirseii vanished s
Feb.. ? frijn .a ,yacht jnchored in
the fog off .Ocracoke .on the JS'orth
CaroUna Outer Bank. ; A -5 search
failed to turn, up any trace of the
woman,, and,,,hei Ja r been 1 pre presumed
sumed presumed dead. 1 j; 1
r A 'sister, Mrs:; Marle. McDonald
of Trenton, N.J., told Hyde County
Sheriff Charlie Chobos, Suhdy,

however that sh had tslltcH
her sister bj( ielephohe last ThuVa
tf McQoaaTd Jold, Cahebn that
her sistet1 wasV J'somewhere" in
; ; vanpon said Monday njgm, jiow-
ever,. ; tnatt ne ? Badr estabiisnea
without d6ubt"; that Mrs.: Scales
was .aboard the -yacht owhed by
Dr. Joseph Tt Dodge OfiTrentoa,
e Fe1.t.';.y-v--ii'
! for OcraeOke
-Cahoon said'that-4in my.ffilon-,
she's dead."? -He : said Mrs. Ma Ma-Donald
Donald Ma-Donald was 'terribly; upset' and
that he believes the telephone call
Honda was 'e.lake call or

per imagination. ; .;, v
Director James ; Powell of the
State Bureau of Investigation a aid
he had asked New : Jersey state po police
lice police to investigate "several queer
aspects' of the 1 jvoman'x j disap
pearance. -"K .'V. v-.- J' -.
. -Authorities went aboard.'Podge'p
yacht Monday at jBelhaven- for t
furthef investigation of the craft

I but 4id not .. disclose" what thef
Mrs.' McDonald had told authorw
Hiues tnat-ner-sister was in wve

witn iioage ana wouia nave "oeen
of mind to uke her own life tf .

she f thought she were Josmg him."

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Retirement Party 1 .;f
Set Por Tomorrow 4 r l"
.Local Union ( 37,, International
Brotherhood of Electrical Workers,
' AFL-CIO,. will bold its annual re re-i
i re-i tirement party tomorrow evening
at Diablo Service Center. Refresh Refreshments
ments Refreshments will be served starting at 6
pjm. Dinner win be at 7
" .Each 4 year the membership
- which consists, of the electrical
i workers on -the. Pacific siae,. spon spon--
- spon-- sors a farewell dinner for those
members about to retire from jgov-

ernment service and presents each
with an honor scroll, pocket card
and a pin m recognition or oneir
- long and faithful service to the lo local
cal local union and tho various agencies
for which they work, 1 :
Buffet For Visiting (
- Philadelphia Couple. j-
Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Forge-
: son of Cocoli entertained on Thurs
day night with a Valentine buffet
hvuoring Mr. .and Mrs. Maurice
Hendricks of Philadelphia. The
Hendricks were house guests of
Mr. and Mrs. JLeon Green of -Pa-
: nama. They left by air yesterday
for Pennsylvania.
- About 30 guests fathered in the
bar-lounge of the Albrook Offic-
' ers' Club for the party wnicn turn turned
ed turned into an impromptu celebration
of two weddineanmversaries
Since! Mr. and Mrs. Forgeson
wer celebrating the 15th anniver anniversary
sary anniversary of their marriage on the Isth Isthmus:
mus: Isthmus: i they chose a Valentine mo
tif for decorations.; The-Hendricks,
who marked their 25th anniversa-
840 kcs., Panama Gty
1090 Kcs., Colon t
Telephones: -3066 Panama
. 1063 Colon
Todays Wednesday, Feb., 29
:oa Feature Review ;
4:3fr.What's.Your Favorite (re (re-.
. (re-. quests taken by phone
till 3:00) ?
k .4ft Mant.
:35 What's Your P T o r 1 1
1:00 Allen Jackosn Commen
- tarv (WRUL)
oir REVIEW (Pabs Beer)",
. i. 6:30 Hawaii Calls '(WRUL)
7:00 Halls Of Ivy
' 7:30 VOA Report from U S.
8:oo Music By Roth'
:30 Musical Theater r, ;. f
' ;00-iYou Asked For It (r-;
: .' f uesi laaea oj puuu
' tUl 7:30)
10:30 Cavalcade Of America -H:00-Ja2ZiTin
12)0 Sign Off.' 5
' Tomorrow, Thursday, Feb. 21
- AM
6:00 Sign On Alarm Clock
r Club v (requests taken
by phone till 7:00) ;
7:30 Morning Salon Concert
8:15 Church In The Wildwood
8:30 Musical Reveille -9:00
News .f
9:15 Sacred Heart
9:30 Paris Star Time
10:00 News ...
10:0' Spins and Needles (re-
. quests taken by phone
till 8:30)
11:00 News
11:05 S pins A n due e dies
' -(cont'd) x
11:30 Meet The Entertainer
12:00 News
12:05 Lunchtlme Melodies
12:30 Sweet And Hot
1:00 News -1:15
Music Of Manhattan
1:30 Sons Of The pioneers
1:45 Spirit Of The Vikings
. 2:00 Tex Beneke Show
2:15 Freddy Martin Show
2:30 Much-B 1 n d i n g-In-Tbe-
2:00 Hank snow And Hi
i Rainbow Ranch Boys
S : lS-kSammy aye Show i. :"
S :3o Music For Thursday .; i.
4:00 Feature Review J. v
4:30 What's Your Favorite fre fre-'
' fre-' quests taken by phonr
' -f 'tiU 3:00
f:35 What's Your P a t o r 1 1
6:00 Allen jackosn-. Commen Commen-t
t Commen-t tarr (WRULi -
- REVIEW (Pabst Beer)
'6:30 Telephone! Hour (WRUL)
7:00 Goon Show r A : ;
7:30 VOA Report froft DJ.1,
a-nrU-.FJiMh4UiBn Theater
8:30 Take It From Here
! 9:00 You Asked For It (re (re-;
; (re-; quests taken by phonr
V : till 7:30)
10:30 Music From Hotel Pan-
- ama -- ',
. 10:45 Temple Of Dreams
11:00 Concert Under The Start
- 12:00 Sign Off.

Z5c 2fc
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ry lastnonth; 'Were given a sur

prise present of 25 silver v dollars
in a photograph album.
, Enactment by her guests of two
mock weddings representing, the
marriages of the hosts and honor
guests added to the fun,
Written for NEA Service
764 '
A 108
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' Neither side yul. 't
South West North East
1N.T. Pass 3 Pass
3N.T. Pass Pass Pass
. Opening lead Q
The nlav of today's hand1 is a
pianola, with six spade tricks
and the other three aces, you
can throw three no-trumn a-
gainst the wall. Furthermore,
there is no way to pick up a
tenth wick unless the deiense
drops dead or revokes.
The bidding looks simple
enough also. Souths opening
no-trump is normal ana North
certainly should Jump In spades
with seven high-card points
and a eood six-card suit. South 's
rebid to three no-trump is ob obviously,
viously, obviously, correct and when you
look at the North and South
hands together you can readily
see that North should pass as
his second calL
Nevertheless in a recent dun.
llcate game almost all North and
South pairs landed in four
spaaes. -i ne -piay in foursoades
Is also a pianola, but one that
sirues oniy sour notes; All you
can maxe arcuie: same .' nine
tricks, and you are down one.
Furthermore. thesCs a hi e
North nlayers will nrobablv bid
iour spaaes again the next time
they hold this sort of hand.
It tney a-o down asrain. as is
quite s likely, It wilT" be entirely
the fault of their own stub stubbornness.
bornness. stubbornness. '.
Bridge Is a nartnershiD nam.
When your partner rebids no no-trump
trump no-trump after your spade- Jump,
you must assume that he has
neara your bid. Your soades win
probably take as many tricks at
no-trump as at spades. Why try
ior iu iricKs wnen you neea try
for" only nine? ;
Diapa iBarrymore
Says Father Made
Her Drink At 13
NEW YORK (UPJ Diana Bar Bar-rymore
rymore Bar-rymore had her first drink at 13.
Her father ordered it for her' at
a restaurant because he thought
Barrymores should get an early
Beginning her life story in the
current issue of Look magazine,
the 35-year-old actress describes
herself as a "has-been" a girl
who had everything and "seems
to have tried hard to throw it all
away." - j
Born to actfr. -John Barrymore
and poet Michael Stranee
(Blanche Oelrichs of Newport so
ciety) a utue too soon after their
whirlwind marriage. Miss Barry Barry-more
more Barry-more recalls that she was brought
up by servants. Her mother was
too busy with writing and society,
and her father was off wooing his
leading lady, Dolores Costello.
She didn't meet her father un until
til until she was eight years old. He
breezed into s the home of her
stepfather, New York attorney
Harris on Tweed. and told her.
"You really look like your Aunt I
Ethel." The next time she- saw
him was when she was 13.
"We found ourselves in a lux luxurious
urious luxurious restaurant," Miss. Barry Barry-more
more Barry-more wrote "Daddy turned to me.
TTeepee,' he said doubtfully,
"would you like something to be begin
gin begin with?- ... -J
When she' told him she's never
had a cocktail, Barrymore mused
like a Barrymore' or an Oel-jl
richs, either. He ordered ber a
brandy Alexander, explaining that
it was "exactly like a milk I
hW" Kh had two. Her fathpr,"
I Wa(a A ka nn. k k.t.'
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REAR ADM. CLARENCE L., C. ATKESON, right, Commandant,
"15th Naval District, is presented with a formal invitation to
the Oirl Scout pageant, "Girl. Scouts In Review," to be present
ed at the Old Fort Clayton Theater Thursday night at 7 o' o'clock.
clock. o'clock. The Girl Scout, presenting the invitation Is a member
of Troop, 0 Balboa, Janyth Utley, daughter of Cdr. and Mrs.
Wallace A. Utley, 15th Naval District. Programs for the pag pageant,
eant, pageant, which- are necessary for admission, may be obtained at
. the Girl Scout Office, Balboa.

Sculptor Who Molded Anita Ekberg $
Nude Form Says She s 'No Venus

MIAMI CUP) The man who
molded the nude form of actress
Anita Ekberg into bronze and
gold ana earned a kick in me leg
from her irate : mis Dana says me
blond Swede is ."no Venus.1'
"Neither is Jayne Mansfield nor
Ava G ar d n e r," said Joseph
(Sepy) Dubronyi, Hungarian-born
Cuban' sculptor.
He also has made statuettes of
those movie queens minus all
makeup and plans to work on
seven more "Interesting women."
Truman Calls Oif
Proposed Tour
01 Turkey, Greece
Bad timing plus some long-standing
ill will apparently are to blame
for the failure of former President
Truhiatf and the- Eisenhower ad administration
ministration administration to arrange a trip for
Mr; Truman to Greece ana lur
Both Mr. Truman" and. the ad
ministration have been tight-lippea
over any behind-the-scenes rea reasons
sons reasons why arrangements for, the
trip, fell through. The trip had
been looked upon as a move which
might have healed a long-standing
breach between Mr. Eisenhower
and his predecessor.
Attemots to arrange the trio be
gan Feb. 11 when Secretary of
State John Foster Dulles telephon telephoned
ed telephoned Mr. Truman in Florida. Dulles
asked whether the former Presi President
dent President could go to Greece and Tur Turkey
key Turkey the week of March 10 to at attend
tend attend ceremonies commemorating
the 10th anniversary of the Tru Truman
man Truman doctrine. .,
Mr. Truman expressed some in interest,
terest, interest, but said he would have to
see if his schedule could be re rearranged.
arranged. rearranged. He asked that Dulles
write him a letter.
The State Department late yes
terday made public the text of
Dulles' Ieter and Mr. Truman's
Feb. 18 telegraphed reply turning
down the offer. Mr. Truman's tele telegram
gram telegram said:
"Dear Mr. Secretary: In reply
to yours of the 12th instant I am
very sorry to be compelled to re refuse
fuse refuse the invitations to visit Greece
and Turkey. The in formation
which you sent me arrived too late
for me to arrange my affairs and
other commitments so as to leave
in time. Respectfully yours, Har Harry
ry Harry S. Truman.'
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I The husk v artist discussed the
i fine points of pulchritude with
newsmen in an attempt, he said,
waaawu wu la irbviibi uc vctavty
to refute Anthony Steel's "insult
to my, artistry." :
The English actor, Dubronyi
said, accused- him of depleting
Miss Ekberg's 39 -inch busuness
in the "wrong proportions,"
Meet and Dubronyi had a run run-in
in run-in at a Palm Beach society ball
early r Friday and the sculptor
emerged with a bruised leg he
blamed on steers kicking mm.
Dubronyi said his attorney here
is preparing to sue Miss Ekberg's
Dubronyi manipulated a glob of
yellow cake "dough into1 what t he
said was a -"rough" likeness of
the nude statue of Miss Gardner
which he hopes to complete in
two weeks.
It was either too warm In the
room or else the dough did not
have the vitality of Miss Gardner.
The object slowly melted into
? Dubronyi said neither Miss
Gardner, Miss Mansfield nor Miss
Ekberg have ''perfect bodies."
But he refused to compare them.
"The modern body is different differently
ly differently developed longer legs, differ
ent shaped Dusts tnan ine clas classical
sical classical bosom," he said.
"It's not the size, but the shape.
Women today have more bust,
less stomach. Things have just
moved up."
He spends a full afternoon, Du Dubronyi
bronyi Dubronyi said, photographing each
subject in the nude and then about
three months -fashioning the 30 to
40-inch 'Statues.
Today Bncanto J2S .75
Humphrey Bogart in -The
Harder They Fall
Aldo Ray in
"Three Stripes In The Son"
Today IDEAL 20 .70
Tin-Tan In
Victor Junco In
Showing at Your Service
Center Theaters Tonight
Balboa High School
rHompips and Castanets"
MARGARITA :15 -7:45
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and Dolls: Know what Jayne Mans Mansfield
field Mansfield rwears under those slinky
dresses?. Nothing! ''Absolutely no
thing,"' she told me. And to prove
it "The Girl Can't Help It" star
"Honev.1 Be my guest. Feel!'
I was the guy who couldn't help
it so who's fighting it? Jayne's
hand guided my jittery mitt a-
round some ; silk-slippery danger
ous curves and all I felt was jayne.
"That's where f goofed," she
laughed whl-la- handing back my
hand. "If I'd takea off some things
sooner I would have been in Holly Hollywood
wood Hollywood before now."
It's the role Of a bubble dancer
next for Jayne in "The Wayward
Bus" and no more skepticism a-
bout her violin playing since her
fiddling on Jack Benny's last CBS-
TV Shower of Stars show. She e
ven brought along a program list listing
ing listing her name, at 15, under second
violing in the Greater Dallas Mu Music
sic Music Festival.
But being first fiddle now in the
movie glamor league d o e s n't
mean, says Jayne. that she'll stop
posing for all those sippy publici publicity
ty publicity photos. "I think they're impor
tant," she claims, "it's au publici
ty and no acting mat s Dad ior a
girl like me."
Dean bandwagon is rooting along
but at least ,, on Hollywoodsman
is refusing to climb aboard. Even
for money. Boy Maypole, actor
and popular TV gadabout (Pano (Panorama
rama (Panorama Pacific), refused an offer to
narrate the documentary "James
Dean Story," now being edited for
theater release. His reason left me
cheering and the producers of the
movie blushing:
"I'm not interested said Roy,
"in helping perpetuate a lot of
wild emotionalism.
Carroll (Baby Doll) Baker Is
headed for another role in which
she will play the wife of a much
older man, But at least the script
ox ..roe uevirs Disciple," in
which she'll co-sta? with .Burt Lan Lancaster,
caster, Lancaster, describes her character, as
pretty, proper ana laayiike."
That big 65th birthday salute to
Eddie cantor on TV the other
nitrht. followed hv hU rnllannn anil
two days in the hospital, started
ine -wiu-he-retire?" rumors a
gain. But when I checked with Ed Eddie
die Eddie he grinned: "Sure. I'm retiring
until my next show. That's with
Stev Allen nn Feh 11
DANNY THOMAS is tussling
with the problem of 10 reruns in
his TV series this summer.. He'll
wed again on an April show butj
the- summer repeats that follow
will have him playing mom 'n'-
pop to his motherless' children. A
new lorm of TV headache.

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Cliftoa Webb's headed tor a long
rest prescribed by his medics.
They're quoting Elvis Presley at
Paramount as meeting C. B. D
Mille and saying, "I just saw your
'i en vemmandments' and it's era
ty, man." . MCM Ronnie Knox
to an acting contract recently, but
until a movie comes along for him
he's playing againon the studio
basketball team! '
raramounrs now on the verge
of selling its big film backlog to
TV-rfor $40,000,000. All Of Boh
Hope and Bing Crosby's pre-1948
uicxers are included in the deal
SHORT TAKES: The mnvlo
grapevine is linking the names nf
Anne Baxter 'and Scott Brady
Anne hasn't walked down romnrp
boulevard since hen bust-up with
Russell Birdwell. Mamie Van
uoren, filling out a publicity ques
tionnaire on the "Untamed Youth'
set, came to the question, "First
job?" She chewed her pencil for
a moment, then wrote: "Secreta "Secretary
ry "Secretary in a Los Angeles' law office
snortnand, typing and sprinting a
round desks.
Engineer Sues AF
Jets Disrupted
His Home Life
U.S. Court of Claims conducted a
hearing today in a $50,000 federal
law suit in which a sales engi
neer claims Air Force planes
have disrupted his home life.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Wright
sued the federal government,
charging low-flying jets at nearby
McGhee Tyson Air Base have
cracked plaster, interrupted tele television
vision television programs and v scorched
tree lops at ineir swanx Mimosa
Heights home.-
Wright testified the noise of one
jet frightened children at a birth birthday
day birthday party, sending them -running
ana screaming to "their mothers
like chicks to a hen."
EAST' ST. LOUIS, 111. (UP)
Two strip-teasers e n d e d a brief
visit here today on .a sour note
They lost their G-strings.
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lost five gowns valued at a total
of $1,53$ when their car was rifled
while parked near a restaurant.
Tommie Yvonne Dunlap. 21- of
Fort Worth) Tex., and CherJ Hart,
22, iBarnesviile, Ga., continued to
Peoria, site of their next engage
ment after picking up a tew tnings
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Jean Clarke In ThriUer

;, The International Invitational Tennis Tourna"ent
beina! held at El Panama Hotel today moves into the third
round of men's and women's singles matches. A total of
eleven singles and doubles matches are scheduled for to-
dav '
I last night Brazil's Maria Esther Bueno came from
behind to beat Jean Clarke of the U.Sr in a three-set

thriller 1-6, 6-4, 6-4 in the
, Mi Bueno finally got going
after dosing the first set and the
first two games of the second.
Fronu there on her excellent
form pre vailed although gettmg
. stiff Qppbslton from Miss Clarke
, throughout ; x,
L Mafia Esther, has the form,
style and heart to become a ri rival
val rival for the top women players
withlfe two years. By this time,
she should have the necessary
, experience and be stronger. She
probaciy, has the best service of
. any woman player today. It is
' fast and hard to handle and her
eao-errtess .to rlav net sets up
' manjkflls with the stron? serv-
1Ce'M$ Biieno's style Is worth
snendint an evenlnR to see.
;jghe flayed the last tour games
( f tfe final set under a big
i rhanicn after developing a
rranin In hr i,1Tin- ln-nd.
Phe f'n'sW on sheer heart as
te fta-ln had her on the verge
of tears.
' In' "th. men s'ns, seeded
Don fcandy of Australia defeat defeat-t
t defeat-t ed ; the Canpl Zone's Wbb
. jr.arne 6-4. R-3 "t onlv Pfter
the Iocp' star had put up a ter terrify
rify terrify battle.
, .-Hearne w In poo form in
pame His first service failed to
eo in as often ps usil or h
could well hP w forced the great
randy to a tMrd set. As it
Hearne should be congratulated
. on extennrng uaimy
116 Candydnow meets Pancho
Contreras of Mexico's Bavs
Cuo : team In the auarter -f i-
Giuseppe Merio qx i-j
m n '. iiarin nns lytic suuu
I est 'bacK hand shot to tennls...He
and holdSOross-
fnded to such a way omwojH;
riers how ne coes iu ma i ..
hodox style is .no bnndlcap.
howef as i "VMeticedV jby his his-play
play his-play against Scholl.

pacific Softball League

Won Lost Pet.
Cerveceria Nac.
Lou Glud Agency
20th, infantry ..
Tasco Batteries
Blati Brewer .
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Next Games
(Thursday, Feb. 21: BWtz Brew Brew-m
m Brew-m vslou Olud Agency
vV&aV Feb. 22: Tasco Batter-
les ys 20tn
S ys 20th InLi?onth Tnfan-
MQhday. je b 25:20 imai
. WW AaencV.
Isday TebT.26: Blatz Brew
Saturday's Result
L-'i- . ,m few last Sat
' SgLViT lotteries touched
Beiore a. "'"?-. nhei
Blatz Brewers 7 to 2. t
' un, saw Bennuaa ur .a
Nfflnrled" With ol the
gaSjafftStt defeat
. beiS giving ww to
ijntT in th fourth inning.
the'-" hird on omrfes Ket.h
and Hunter and a costlv error
TtWS e nse for one nm
in the fifth. T"

bree ri'Yw ,hiieLrarlln ..
Kritzvold hittin- singes while l
tS. Prewer, turned i error
followed by Spragues two run(Tjtri
'.f;e of the Mnner,

ihe orHr hitter ;bTin "eeci
day with two singles m
Wat Prewers 001 0)0 0' J 2
rumolrwT Metheny, Padron
ap"f Cheney.'
Scorer: Clark.
Paa Lkjnido 12 Lou Glnd Stan 5,
. a i
fMfMonday. the first half

leaers Pn Liquido moved one t h). middleweight bout to
arae c'osm- to taking theflrrt faed at the St. Nicholas Arena
half of the pacific Softball March 4 hout U the "reg "reg-Leapue
Leapue "reg-Leapue by whipping Lou Glua(Ujar widely televised Monday
Are.nev tj to 3. 'night feature.
- McNalr Lane of Pan Llquiao

and the league's leaains nnncr
bent the fftara his haU to six
hits lnelndrot Al H"sted twoj
in 4h third Inntnir
T ptu MnturM ms eievemn win

rrifr Cheney, the losinr pitcher. Commission. FeigenbuU replaces
ciucking with eyeryth'B" hi the late John W. Bear of Chicago,
h.' hooka, both Lane and Ohe Ohe-iW
iW Ohe-iW eave good proof of brilliant ,
st"ft I"
Pn LkraVo 'tinned to a ft CHICAGO (UP) Cleveland In In-tft.
tft. In-tft. fevm: of ti 'lian star Herb Score's total of S63
ft -v"-s 1i-ia strikeouts last season was the
,.' r n-mit fhr most attained by any major
rccod single to right-center league pitcher in 10 years, . ..

teotured marcn.

in other men's singles match-
Armando vieira 01 crazu
iirntnned wade, Herren of the U
S. 6-1, 6-2 and Mervyn Rose
ellmiiiated Juan Ruiz of Peru
6-0, 6-1.
Tn miva4 HnilhlPR TJiAW AMI
Mitchell and Whitney Reed of
the U.S. aeieated Margereia
Bonstrora of Sweden and BUI
Hele of the C.Z. 6-3, 4-6,-6-3
while the, match between Dar Dar-lene
lene Dar-lene Hard and Jerry Moss of tlie
U.S. and Dorothy Head Knode
and Peter scholl was canceled.
in men's doubles, Venezuela's
Iyo Pimentel and" Orlando Gar Gar-rido
rido Gar-rido of Cuba eliminated Arman Armando
do Armando Vieira and Sid Schwartz of
the U.S. 9-7,' 2-6, 6-1.
Today's schedule:
Stadium Court
First match 6:30 p.m.
nicrwn Rose. Australia, ys
jerry .Moss, United States.
Second maicn
Francisco Contreras, Mexico,
vs Don candy, Australia.
Third match
Faeeros-Schwartz vs Bueno-
Fourth matcn
Rose-Candy .vs sho11-1,160-Fifth
poves-Contreras vs Turber-
Court No. 2
J? liov nit nvn v i"
Clark- Merlo Eduardo-Ruiz.
Second match
Maria Esther Bueno, Brasil, vs
Darlene Hard, United States.
Third match
xiioTO Ann Mitchell. United
vs An8ela Buxton Eng
iReed-Moss vs Merlo-Rulz.
Fifth match k-. : ;
Ccmtreras-Llamas vs Rojas-
RolftS. :'i ':
Sixth match''
Clark-Merlo vs Edwards-Ruiz.
.moving the runner to third. Bob
then sent a hot line
drive down the line at third for
j.,v.i Hie runners
miv1p snnrinir the runners

.583 and himself after the left-field-.500
er's error.
i rtinrt st.aro were able to score

. only in the first and third
halves, witn one run to tneir
credit, the sporting goods boys
opened with an error, placing
DvUK) iVlUAl L 14 ui uu, Mvii in.'
Husted homered. This was the
"Bobo" McArthur on, then Ai
end of their scoring.
TPVi a "hafii-rriAn1' nrorfl rr) nnttr-.
erful that runs were scorer, in
First-baseman Pescod of tne
winners, went off with the bat batting
ting batting honors on collecting a
home rvta in the sixth, a double
and two singles in four times at
bat. He also batted in five runs.
The box score:
Lou Glud Agency Ah R H
McArthur 3 2 1
Malene 2 0 0,
Jones .. .. 4 0 0i
Husted 3 1 2
Lach 3 0 2
woodruff 3 0 1
Trout 3 0 0
nnnn 3 0 0
Cheney 3 0 0
27 3 6
Cerveceria Nac. Pan Liquido
, ijongiorni
25 12 11
Sports Briefs
nfw vnnir cttpi n;i Tnn
01 rniiaaeipma ana Kody uwin
o Cleveland signed Monday for,
rin William C Sh-aHnn MnnAw
apDomiea niuiam r eizecouii ox

Bob Richards
Promises Pole
Vault Record

NEW YOltK (UP)-Track fans,
j: miw Ron 1 Delany s
refusal to try for a record in the
mile, today 'were promised a world
iArw, nnin vault record bv Rev.
Bob Richards in the Natio?al AAU
championships at Madison Square
Garden next Saturday. r
Delany probably will register his
12th straight, maoor ,-, iriumpn m
much the same routine manner he
posted a 4:064 clocking to win the
Mila last Saturday.
VHAIVl mr 1
But Richards, who took the pole
vault title in the New York AC
track: and field meet the past
weekend with a leap of 15 feet,
four inches,, has other jdeas. jdeas.-Tn
Tn jdeas.-Tn a mMssaee to Dan Ferris, sec-
rptorv nf th National AAU. the
nivmnic noie vault cnamo irom
Los Angeles said he. marks his
11th wedding anniversary this
week and promised a 15 foot, nine
inch vault, wnicn woum consuiuie
a new world indoor record, to cele celebrate
brate celebrate the occasion.
Bob Gutowski of Occidental Col-
Ipop Richards' chief comDetitor.
however, advised Ferris he would
not be able to compete wuraay
due to a previous commitment.':.
Runninc well under wraDS. De
lany had little trouble scoring
10-yard victory over urea uwyer
nt the New Vnrlc AC in the Baxter.
He la iH hark in the early foinff.
then took over the lead with two
laps to go and won handily.
Ami Snuipll t h p PittshurcrTi
flash, scored his 16th straight vic victory
tory victory when he set a meet record in
winning the half-mile In 1:50.7.
Courtney by 15 yards in breaking
tsoncan s stanaara.
T.pp Pnlhnnn nf North (7arnlinn
defeated Milt Campbell of Indiana
in winning me oo-yara nign nur-
rilpe in 7 1 sppnnHfl TrrhilA Pharlip
Jenkins of Villanova took the 500
in 57 seconds flat.
Laszlo Tabori. the Hungarian
refugee;, broke into the winning
column' with an 8:53.4 clocking in
me iwo-miie event. ,v,
Alonci Jhe'FciiTwdys
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Amador Ladie Golf Newt
In the Ladies's Day tournament
held at Amador last week. Bever
ly Dilfer played one of her best
rounds to win low gross with an 80.
Playing the back nine first, Bev
needed only a bogie four on the
ninth hole for a 78. However, h.r
tee shot bit a tree and went out of
oounds and she ended up with a
bad six on the hole. Better luck
next time, Bev, and you will oreak
Ethel Perantie won low net,
shooting a 6 9with 3-4 handicap,
ituth Lincoln and Marge Sewed
tied for second low net with 72.
wuwav iiuguvo aaui vr
! putting prize with 31, putts.
Boubie Hughes again won the
There are about five solfers in
the running to win low gross in
the Ringer tournament now going
on, as only one stroke will raaKe
the differece. Helen Schull and
Ethel Perantie are tied at nni tin.
der par and are low at the presnt
a: ty t. : l i
nm. tunnie siauup, juarge oeweu
and Irene Robinson are but one
stroke off the lead. With only a
week left to play one or two bird birdies
ies birdies will make the difference.
The committee has planned a
Tee-to-Green tourney for this
'Revival' Movies
Working Wonders
For Cards' leckman
(UP) One of those "revival"
movies was working wonders today
ior vnuey juocimaa 01 uie Ji.
Ijinis Parrlinsls
Lockman, who came to the Card
irom ue utants last season and
wound nn with a diaanDointine 2fio'
standing hitters in the Cardinal's
early camp at bt, Petersburg, i" la.
"I studied movies of how I used
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the slump," he said. "I saw what
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by coming to camp early, I n go-
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Vinegar Bend Mizell, the ace bf
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scheduled to take hi. first workwt.""" JS-jir

At Orlando, Fie
uik sneeeeHeil rWsie Ahietfe as the
farm director of the Washington
senators, .uiuege was eievaiea to

the comptroller Job. Robertson,
a former Senator infield er, U Uelf GUjT(JnUad)
brother of Washington President iartene Hard (US

Calvin Griffith.
I In north, first haaeman Mirlrer
Vernon signed an estreated s,000
"contract with the Bed Sox. The: 39
year-old Vernoa batted JSlt with
Boston last season, bit IS homers
and drove in 84 runs.
Only five members of the White
Sox remained unsigned following
the acceptance of terms by third
basemaa Fred Hatfield and pitch pitcher
er pitcher Tore Flaniaan. Those still
. m i ST as r;

siaTien were pucnm ciin nnoer,.nanrereta Bsmstrem
Rob Keeean and Jim McDonald, ia- Dorothy Knode (l'8
fielder Tommy Hrown and first!
baseman-outfielder Dave PbiDey.

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MILE WINNER Villanova's Ron Delany breasts the tape to win! the
Baxter Mile event in the NYAC Indoor Games t Madison Square Garden.
.His time was 4:06.8. Fred Dwyer, also of Villanova, was seconHi


Team Won Lost Pet.
Palomas 5 2 .714
Ocelots .. 5 3 .625
Conejos 4 4 .500
Pumas 4 4 .500
Pericos 3 3 .500
Macaws 2 7 .222

Pumas and Pericos Push
tVia Dnmttfl anI Txerlens hat..
tied each other to a thrilling six six-six
six six-six tie game Tuesday afternoon
at the Fastlich Teenage Park as
time ran out. Tne pumas were
leading three to one until the
top of the fourth when the Peri Pericos
cos Pericos scored f five .to; lead six to
three to tie it 'up. in. their half
of the fourth' ana end tne scor-

ing for the day as both tealnsiMethenen
1 1 A Koll. In F llnniln

nl overt wrent. iiefensiv ball to
the fifth and sixth to retire men-
in one-two-three oraer.
Me utarted for the Pericos.
had allowed only two hits when
relieved by Martin in tne second
who finished the game allowing
,only two hits.
The Pumas sent Barley to the
mound for three and one third
innings r(vtno nn nine hits
when relieved" by Pearl to close
out the game on no hits.
The Pericos scored one In the
third on a home run line drive
by Ness and five in tne rourrn
on four wpIM and sinele? by T.
Bright and Fulop. The Pumas
i.ama lln with tWO in th fir!
nn two walks and singles by
on t,wo whim o....". j
Bateman and Pearl, one In the
Mervyn Rose (Australia)
Juan Ruis (Peru)
Jerry Moss
Mario Llamas (Mexico)
Eyo Pimental (Venesuela)
Peter Scholl (Germay)
Guissepe Merlo (IUiy
Whitney Reed (US)
Orlando Garrido (Cuba)
wade Herron US)
I Armando Vieira (Brasil)
Francisco Contreras (Mexico)
Anrela Box ton (England)
Maria Buene (Brasil)
'Jean Clark (IT)
w i r...'mt
Hilda Berrera (Gsateraala)
Tela Ra mires (Mexlee)
Shirley Bloomer (England)
Rosa Maria Reyes (Mexlee)
Sara Tarker (US)
Margereta Benstrent (Sweden

4 si

third on a base on balls and, a
two bagger by Pearl and three
in the fourth when Kiamco and
Roe walked then Barley tagged
a home run that easily cleared
the center field fence to .tie up
the game.
Ness with two for two was the
leading Pumas hitter followed
by Fulop with three for four.
Pearl for the Pumas led with
two for three with Barley and
Bateman getting one for. three.
The box "score:
Ab R H
Marcum 2b
,. ....... ...
3 1.0
2 2 2
4. 1. 1
"J v.. L A
Ness p, lb
Baggott c
erignt, t. 10, cl
Fuiop 3b
ss .,... a tt 0
weade ss
en if ; :: "T
Bright, F. rf
Kiamco cf ...
Roe If
Barley p,3b ...
Bateman rf ...
Hatting rf ....
Pearl c, p
Schwarzrock ss
Cunningham 3b
Rowan c 4 .
Marquard 2b
Scott lb 2
SUMMARY Home runs runs-Ness
Ness runs-Ness and Barlev. "o base hits:
Bag)tt and Pearl. Strike outs:
y Ness 3. Martn 5. Bawgott 1,
pea ?. Walk off: Ness 3, Mar
tin 3, PsflriTOtt 4, Reari 2. um-
! .... '..
plres: Mohl and Silver
Rose 6-0, 6-1
j- Llamas 6-2, 6-4
Merio 6-4, 6-2
Reed 6-2, 1-6
Vieira 6-1, 6-2
Contreras 6-2, 6-3
j- Mitchell 6-1, 6-6
j- Beetle 1-6, 6-4, 6-4
Fareres 6-1, 1-1
Bleosaer 6-3, S-4 6-1
Reyes 6-4. 4-1
Kaede 4-J, 6-6


Storing Title

Every day in every way bouih
Carolina's Grady Wallace looks
more like the fellow who's going
to win that spectacular live-man
battle for the national college
basketball scorinr title. x
And the reason In simple;
the 6-foot, 4-lnch ,shotmaker
seems less inclined to encoun encounter
ter encounter the Ml games" that vlave,
hurt tne chances of such gift gifted
ed gifted rivals a Wilt Chamberlain,
and Chet Forte.'.:;': y-
lira 11 a pa ran into a clinching
two-man defense against Futr
man last night but still manage
ed to approximate ( his season
average by pouring In 27 points
to lead the Gamecocks to an
nn-m wletnrv-. That total drOD-
ped Wallace'8 season average to
30.41 points ft game .00 aucau
of Columbia's Forte who plays
rIVt a era Inst. Vale v
But actually Wallace's position
lo st.rnnvep than it iooks ai I not
glance. To pass Grady for exam-
ni. via. rnunf spnre lft nointS
tonight and even then he would
just snaae wauace wita a Tn nt.her words, the
pressure is all on Wallace's pur
suers Just so long ag n- omsu v
run into a couple of really bad
games. c
Wlth Forte the only one of the
"Big Five' seeing action tonight,
here's how the race shapes up:
r, P At Play
Wallace, S. C. 22 669 30.41 4
Porte. Columbia 18 532 29.55 6
Gibbon, Miss. 18 529 29.38 3
Balor. Seattle 22 641 29.13 2
Chamberlain, K. 18 522 29.00 5
AH around, it was quite a
night for Wallace. First, he was
stopped at ,the south Carolina
field house door and forced to
hunt down his student identifi identification
cation identification card before getting into
the arena. Ana men oeww"
halves he was presented, with a
copy of a resolution adopted by
tw. omitVi r'nrnltna. House
Representatives declaring him
"an Ail America DaaacuunM
er"' i;
At that point, Furman led.
Ma At knt WoIIopa. snnreil 14
points to lead a second-pair
rail v that soon carried the
U Gamecocks to 66-51
Friday laight); rolled to it. .ant
victory wivnoui
pitnnheH th res-ular season At4
lnntie roast conierence cnm
v... ...... --- -- n .1
ia libit; vvv -
plonship with an 86-57 rout of
North Carolina State. 1
The Tar Heels, connecting 50
ner cent of their shots from re
field, gave coach- Frank Mq Mq-Guire
Guire Mq-Guire one of his most satisfying
victories in his rivalry, with
state eoach Everett Case. North
0' Carolina rolled to a 38-23 half half-O.tlme
O.tlme half-O.tlme margin and led,6i-32.
midway in the second r)Bu..i..eii r)Bu..i..eii-nie
nie r)Bu..i..eii-nie Rosenbluth tallied 28 points
1 team.
to 'ead the nenon's no. i t.
The University of tinnrecticut
piinpherf the vankee Conference
title and a berth in the N.C.A.A
tnnrnament when it wallOOed
Massachusetts, 90-77. Billy

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6y Conrado
t 1 I1
'Dim fans urtll Ve treated t.n
an equestrian exhibition Sunday
at the President Remon .race
t.rapb- HacrinnirKr nt. aI n m : fnrorj-
I ablv between the eiehth and
Ton rldera
rPAw .tlari tfwtm' VraA IB R.ll
dv) Rudesheim's Panama, Ria-
Inst School will;; perform; This
hnnr hiM Jari 1Q B-t. the Pan
WM.n, A.V"V m r
ama -Olympic stadium. was a
jriftseaflnr :. ai. PeriiviAti Bred
hrown horse that had little sue
cess at tne oia juan franco ovai
and the modern president Re Re-tnnnl
tnnnl Re-tnnnl track, died Monday, the
victim or ft severe cone.
RneoVlnw i nf modern.'' tracks
fh President nemon racetrack
nnlv need- a. phftntre In its han
dicapping system to complete.
the transformation tnai was De De-gun
gun De-gun when the move from Juan
Franco was maae.
Ther. Is tin doubt that racinff
secretary petronilo Alonso is an
nonest man;. put ue caimoi,
evneefeH tn nerfftrm miracles
unrip fho pnnriltlnns nresented
by the antiquated system now
Like Arau'mede "Fats" Fer Fernando
nando Fernando of El Diax and Onda
Popular, we are convinced that
the answer to the nroWem is
conditional races. By this we
mean 1 allowances, claiming
races, combinations, overnight
handicaps and stakes.
njranv hove nro-nerl that there
are not sufficient horses here
for this tvne of racing. Those
who sustain this tolrtt are real real-iw
iw real-iw nnt. a pmi a in ted with the sit
uation. Panama has. more, than
erm'o-h race horses.
Tatre the ease of Oriental
Park in Marlanao, rba, During
otir recent trm to Havana as a
net of the Panjpi Pro T,eeue
a rorlhhean nnsehn.11 Se
ct ..i. .UU a
rles, -v twle wre hle to find
the time to visit tne uudot
tracV. J
Oriental Park has on no
hore omre' n npnroU
mafelir KflA Tinw St.aWed B.t the
resident Remw track. vet th-v
Viot,k aiixeessfnlly mar's the
transition from the ontmodd
class or series svftm rf hanai-
rannnr tj "rnnflitionai races
in.srM'h th nnnn' enters his
H-Wfr n. ehane to vin.
owner naving, race
Schmidt led the winners
lJ.1. kA .nn
22 points as they won their
ninth nnnferene title in 10
years. Their over-all season rec-
WU 19
Fourth ranked South em
Methodist scored its eighth
straight Southwest Conference
win, 71-55, over Texas A. and
and can clinch the tftle by
' downing Rice on Saturday,
Bobby Mills' 21 points and Jim
Krebs' 20 led the Mustangs.
Tn nt.her trumps Dartmouth
(beat Holy Cross. 73-69, Harvard
downed wuiiams, oa-oo. Virgi Virginia
nia Virginia upset Duke, 90-81,' Manhat Manhattan
tan Manhattan shaded city College of New
York. 72-68,- and Georgia Tech
edged out Tennessee, 87-85.


when n6t in topi condition in or or-der
der or-der to get him down in class, it
also prevents winning .horses
from racing against- losers and
generally v ends dissatisfaction
among horse owners. i? v
, For example, it Is common
place to see winners of five or
' six ; races in the last 1 two
months, going against horses
that have won; only once or
. twice, and in some Instanees,
. even non-winners are.', forced
to compete against winners. ;
This never happens under the
conditional system.. '
"Another thing aboul tiplental
Park, that impressed us was the
fact that despite having loo less
horses than we do, they race
three times per, week some
thing- that could easily be done
here too. Instead of trying to
cram eleven races Into one day's
program, they hold eight races
usually and on occasions nine.
, - - V
.This writer thinks it would be
easy to hold races on Wednes.
days, Saturdays and Sundays Sundays-eight
eight Sundays-eight races per card for a "total
of 24. Now we are getting- a total
of 22 in two days with the last
race usually going- oif in the
dark,. Oriental park schedules
its. races on Thursdays, Satur Saturdays
days Saturdays and Sundays.
North Carolina Tops
Press college ; basketball ratings
(with first-place voter and won won-lost
lost won-lost records through f Feb. 16 in
' -l',
Team - Points
.1.. North Carolina (23) (20-0) 334
Kansas (1) (16-1) t 315
3. Kentucky (18-4) t .233-
4. Southern Methodist "(17-3) 196
4. Southern Methodist (17-3) j 196
5. (Tie) UCLA (18-2) t e 129
5. (Tie) Bradley (17-3) ; 129
7. Seattle (19-2) v 'f 126
8. Louisville (1) (17-4) 'US
fl. California. V 1 't at
10, Iowa SUte (155) 49
Second JOi-lf, 1 Indiana,' 41; 12,
Brlgham Young; 23v 13 vVander
State, 14 each; 16,1 West1 Virginia

u; it, (jsqisius, lr -is,- Michigan
State. 9. KaiM State. n ; '

20, St. LouiS, 7 r-'jW'."
Others Illinois- and Oklahoma
City University, 6 each; Duke and
West Virginia Tech, 5 each; Wash,
ington and Notre Dame, 4 each;
Syracuse, Wake Forest and Con Connecticut,
necticut, Connecticut, 2 each: San Francisco.
St. Bonaventure, Manhattan, and
Cincinnati, 1 each.-
MIAMI, Fla.: (UP) Summe!
Tan and Bardstown each turned
in an impressive workout .Monday
in preparation cor next Saturday I
$100,000 Widener Handicap,- Sum Summer
mer Summer Tan going a mile in :36 W
and Bardstown breezing seven fur furlongs
longs furlongs in $:23 1-5.
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- Second Half Standings 1

rTMnt'i i Won Lost

American Legion ......

Lucky Strike .t....,..,
Balboa High: 1 ;-......
Junior College .........

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WHO'S N EXT? Contestants in an old-timers' jumping con-.;
: test at Bear Mountain, N.Y line up, look down the bill and

oeciae it s lot higher than rt was years ago. It took an official

, ,Karirjpmove tneshow along.,.


t" tast Night's Result
Balboa-High 6. Junior College 0

" 1 Tonlghrf Game" "'
Amer,- Legion ys: Junior College
..Fred Harley, Balb6V High's
big righthander., pitched Balboa
Hieh to a 6 to victory over Jun

ior college last night. Harley
held the Collegians hltless until
the sevenths innine; when Ray Ray-bourne
bourne Ray-bourne singled to ruin his bid
for a no-hit no-run game.
Harley retired Junior College
in order over the first four in inning
ning inning and the first JC runner
to reach base was Joe Wood who
Walked with two out in the fifth
Only three runners ; pot on base
v the bUr righthander; breezed
.inn H:inv the collegians

tarivi a nrSAm Mweenlne curve' bau.

Harley struck out 8 batters no

racked up his secona win iu wv

' Off hiJ experience, Joseph Vincent McCarthy, baseball's
newest Hall of tamer, figures to be' the worla's greatest living

authoritv on muscle bitters. Nobody else managed so many

Oo over the-list.' Babe Ruth, Lou Gehrig, Joe UiMaggio, 'Xed

Williams. Hack wuson and KORera iionisoy. Don't tcou m wu.

son. H hit 56 home runs in 1930 and that's still a record la

the National.' Though 'best remembered as a ,400 hitter, Horns
by also had power and twice led the National League in homers.
How would McCarthy rate these fellows, not only as Blast Blasters,
ers, Blasters, but a5 all-around player, i.e., how much help could a man manager
ager manager expect from them, In the field and on the. bases apart from
tneir big stick? o
" We jiever heard him say and doubt that' anyone else did.

McCarthy clammed, up on any subject that might Involve him
in controversy, a, policy that harcuy endeared him to basebaU
writers on the prowl for. exciting copy. '
, Still, if McCarthy never won the affection of the rank and
file of 'the writers, it is also true that he never lost their respect.
Accordingly, it. Can nevef be said that the lofty "press-box assess assessment
ment assessment of bis ability -was colored by extraneous forces. When he
made the Hall of Fame, lt was on his own power. -1 J'.

McCarthy never really got to know Ruth.' The ate womom

let burir-.B the time the Buiraio irishman reacnea we sua-

lum, the- Babe had developed managerial ambitions of hi own
XrrationoJly-yet-understandably, the Babe ?ookd upon him ai

' an intruder. -.

" In those day we-were much closer to the Babe than to the
newcomer,-and in the four years he was to play under him only
ace did-we -hear- blm criticize McCarthy as a manager, Never

u knertOD.- a ' ;!

This was in, 31, McCarthy's first year here. He wanted to

exploit Sam Chapman's speed and had him-running. Chapman
went on-to steal 61 -bases, as against 14 the year before. The
Babe was unimpressed s:nd grumbled that someone ought to tell
McCarthy- that -the stolen base had gone out of style with the
horse and buggy; or words to that effect The fans didn't agree.
Chapman- presently became an attraction, along with the Yank
musclemen.v 1 -.. '."r
Regardless-, of. ow McCarthy,' in the privacy of his medita meditations,
tions, meditations, ranked-the big hitter who played under him, he had to.
lead the list with the Babe; he was too solid a baseball man to,
da otherwise. The Babe, was a real pro in every department, ;

Where McCarthy would nut Williams in such a list .makes-

f or intriguing speculation. For public consumption,' especially
after accepting-the Red Sox portfolio, he was always fastidious fastidiously
ly fastidiously neutral and innocuously flattering in comparing him with

niMiiroln ' ""

But as Williams was deficient in certain Qualities McCarthy
deemed indisnensable to xenulne bic-learue status, we'd hate to

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ttOUDC tnav ine temperamental siuggcr wh koo m on yumr i-

orites Oace la cuscutsing sea Sox personnel witn us, ne maae

what seemed to be a revealing statement wben be got around
to Billr Goodman. . "Goodman gets yon the Important bit."

Were we. to infer from that that Williams didnt? We're

Ull wondering. .. i';,'
. McCarthy's conception of a winning formula can be cap capsuled
suled capsuled thusly; A well-balanced team. Naturally he had a proper
regard for hitting and pitching; what helped to set. him apart
was the almost equal stress he placed on defense. ...
Because slick fielding isn't as eye appealing as long-ban

hitting and fast-ball pitching, this feature of Yankee teams
under McCarthy often went unsung. But year in and year out

they were superb on defense. They could cover ground, throw,
catch and make the double play. -,
A McCarthy managerial theorem was that an accumulation
of mall values will decide major issues. One spring, by way
of demonstration, be had the Yanks rehearse a simple defen defen-s1t
s1t defen-s1t maneuver endlessly. 1
"You never eaa tell wben it will win a big game for yea,"
said.' y. j 1 .' .-"
Blueprint: Runners on first and third with less than two
down, the batsman hits a deep foul back of the plate, the
shortstop moves to the middle of the diamond to cut' off
catcher's throw. If the runner on third goes, the shortstop
throws home, If the rnner on first goes, he -throws to second."
The very first time the Yanks used the play it worked,
Frank Crosettl got Arvel Hale of the Indians at second.-- Mc

Carthy s delight at the success of the play was dampened by
the. fact that it had gone unremarked in the press box.
' "Exoerts!" he snarled. ". r

Paul Rwalm. on the mound for

College (rave up three singles un un-ti
ti un-ti lthe sixth inning, getting out
nt t.ttrht: unnts hut weaken

ed In the sixth when the Highi

School pushed across lour run?
m the top of the aixth Sutherland-
the first batter walked
and DannT J Winklosky also

wnrird swalm for a free pass.

Lem Ifirkland sacrificed tne
Kiinnur alone eroundlnr out

nitrhir tn first base. Bob Ham

ilton rapped a grounder down to
Nahmad at second base and the
second baseman threw to the

nlate as Sutherland came charg

ing in from third. Catcher BUi
MrVMwn took the throw and

nut the ta on t,h hard rtmnmg

snthnrlntid slldinsr '-' Into the

plate. Both runner and cktcher

went oown m me, couision u
MclCeown dropped the ball. It
was a close play and the Junior
College team rave TJmpire-ln
Chief Roeer Williams an argu-s
mept oh the call. f
'.'After? the' smoke liad cleared,
brf'tatf rhubarb-at "the plate.

Rwalm ttraa on his way to the :

showers being; banished .from
the game bf Williams. Lou
Charles took over on th mound

for college and the High ecnooi
plated another run when Ray Ray-bourne'
bourne' Ray-bourne' took his time throwing
to the plate on More's ground

hall. Trimble followed with, a

single to score the third and
fourth runs Of the innings
Smith went to th hill In the
seventh for College and after

giving up two runs was relieved
by Bill McKeown who struck out
More and Harley W end the in

ning. , :-

Hamilton was tne leaaing Bat Batter
ter Batter of the game collecting three,

singles in four .trips .to the

platen-.'"! :.. t .Mv
. Tonight American Legloh will
attemot to increase their lead

when they send Wally Trout to
the mound against Junior Col College.
lege. College. Frankie Smith is the likely
starter for the Collegians;

FRANK VlFFORD'S movie" asot-

rations are,, flickering. tvT h o e

Dig contract promises turned out
to be strictly clnethotic once they
got bint to Hollywood ohlv 50 ner

cent of tbe agreed salary figured
and a renege on plotting iilm play
more,: football; so', he's trying

anomer- stuaio. s
- Capital gain:: Choliyi Droston
had no hoko. but to (tay in
. Washington. after he made1
ptrsonal pitch : to Spike Brigas
for th Detroit ob. i and was
flatty turned down.

The tag spiel on the winter din-,

ner circuit is Joe Garirfnia. whn'

found a mike easier on the trin

than, a bat. .Jo mi rMUna hnv.

hood buJdv Yogi Bnrrn hnut- rinh.

lifl ekcting its first Jewish "mayor
: . "Yeah," nodded Berra '"only

i rtmec can. a .tning like this

uippen.- . Garagiola'sfwife

viiys xne organ at St. Louis' Busch

oiauium, he -met her when" she
ws playing the orgsn-st a roller

iorro, a regular on Wo rubber
chicken circuit,- doesn't table table-".
". table-". from friend to

rin, iik a good catcher. .
, The. Baltimore Colts were hesl hesl-"ttA11?"!
"ttA11?"! hesl-"ttA11?"! dr,ftin on Shinnick
of UCLA because they'd heard a a-oout
oout a-oout his religious activity. n

camous and fiiriirMt it m:k,. i..

him -. i...T r. "ci

inyiug iooioau on Sun
y' "noth Uclia All-Amer-

;, dud uavenport. . till thev

wic ovpouna lineback linebacker,
er, linebacker, 'Who reanonprf "Aft.. n

farmer milks his cows on Sun-

' will .ioin Don
arkadalo or his radio show in
Oakland aftor tha B,fan r-ui..

stow away their basketball goar
.... Can't wait to pack mvi

a,", says Ruasoll, "this oast.
!' "" i killing me." . ;
Ukers' Jobny i Kundi a
wants to see RushaH roirt ...

&A of time "nder the
hoards before passing -final Judg Judgment
ment Judgment On him. .llthnmrh .f.

tuiffi VHes helped BoBtoii f J v

points a, game.." and Kundla
pooh-poohs any .comparison of the
runaway Celts With. his. Mikan era
gang; ?:Waifll wm sornetjiing.
bure, they're r great shooting
team and excitinc to, watch Uni

they're weak.'' defensively. Even
now -we murder: them' on the
boards.-We just would Dut Martin

on Cousy,. and Mikan and PollaJ

wym, ave oone ane rest. '.
l SMU ', wins the Southwest
eaga vrowBi look out. .the
.Mustang frosh are alto to load,
od they baat a conforonco all.
star group by 50' points' in a
scrhnmago- tussle, . -Back
in January, 1925, light lightweight
weight lightweight great Tony. Canioneri de-

uuie jur: me iirst time as a pro
in New york.M ".against, a guy
namttl''Jack Gardner. ..who was
lullabyed to Iff in one round.
Canzonerl:.Jiow,.runs a. Broadway
brunch shop and Gardner?
Why, he's Canzoneri's parther in
the restaurant. , ,.,
On the q.t.: Cardinal organisa organisation
tion organisation men in the southwest talk
up Brooklyn's. Don- Do motor
more at an ouHiald

than a von their own Bobby Jtan
Smith, e Heutton fledgling. .

,nGerge Shaw, after signing his
1957 Quarterback jnntrt

v, n.uicu

iu wing wesiwara pronto to rejoin

xamuf iu Oregon . .right aft

Keilett talked him into stayine o-
,ah - .

v xwi r puns uianer in Haiti Haiti-more
more Haiti-more that night. .and good thing
late in the afternoon, he was

rusnea io tne hospital for an e e-mergency
mergency e-mergency operation, just avert

ing a ruptured appendix. . tht'a

wouia nave created quite a prob problem
lem problem on a' transcontinental plane..
Between you'n'me, tho South South-wett.
wett. South-wett. Conference would like to
pin down the details on one grid
star. .married, with child, living
in -a luh off-campua aportmam,

,it,iiS nw car. . en board,
tuition, books and $40 a month...
and his dad only making $400 a


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RELAY RECORD HOLDERS L. to r.. Pit Daily, Ht len Georfia, Conchit Groves and Harriet Hewett W
winners and new record holders for tan vear olrf nirli

the fourth annual Gawboa Civ.c Council Swim Meet. The frfth meet 'will be held March 3 at the Gamboa
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(Standings Feb. 18)

Cocaf'Cola Bottlers
Mutual of Omaha
Coco solito Cubs ..
Police Pals
Coco Solo Braves






The box score;
Balboa Rgh Ab R A To A
FYench, cf 3 0 0 1 0
Ryter. rf ........ 4 '0 1 fl 0
Sutherland. 2b .. S 2 0 1 s

Wlnklosky, ss s 1 0- ft
Kirklsnd.' If ..... 3 .11 0 0
Hamilton, lb ....-4 -1 3 10 0
More. 3b 4 1 0 1 1

Trimble, c ....... 3 1 0

Harley, p .......... 4 .0. 0 0 1

31 6 21 8

Junior College

Q. smith, cf ..... 3

Washburn, If ... 3

Gold Dust

.slio ak.1 la i imi

COLON. The Cafe faquire
Single Men are ahead 2 to 1 in their

series against; the marriedm&i but

Mantle's Crittle Legs

Pose ; Problem if or Yanks

i ncrae eeai vM'if-Jts

. Vi 1 J l-ii (1

question 'rises 8-io haw'miicn.hijf''' ..

iMiiue unuerjHnnmg can liKe.

larly Scheduled for Feb." 22 and
23, but were moved un to leavw

theionR week end free for other Idia Nacional Plkygrcmnd on- llti,

activities: and Melendez Avenue

Mutual. scored five runs in the The unmarried -men won the
first two innings to put the oame first two, games coming from be-
af f A ma 4L . if. . 9 II. s 1 t I . a l j

both t?mi Will cniiihin fnrrR tii "r" xu- rrt4U1! vvnen. you inmjt. oacK to tnrer,.
S3 .Xcfe remember hoW
mgSuiday-morning it the .Guar! "J'wf'.K?. 'WSte :s"l.;laudln the in : 'i
dia Nacional Pftvsroiind on, llti, aBd the.porteW. todajr .apt. toopsed. Msya,. jcou wonder wbs

Raybourne. 3b ... 3
w McKeown. e . 3

HlUlard. rf S
Wood, lb 3
Cotton, ss 2
Nahmad.-2b 2
Rwalm. p 1
PhCrlM. p ....... 1
T. Smith, p . . 0

. 3

The second half of the Atlnn-'l

uc utue League schedule got

underway on Thursday after,.

noon at Margarita Little League
Field, as Coca Cola downed the
Police Pals 9 td 7.

The Cola boys- Dulled the un

set of the season in downing the

nignirying pais who finished ss
mnners-uB in the first half.

Rickey Peterson went the route
for his -team and picked up his
first win. Kenny Karpihskl
started for the Pals and sailed
alonr smoothly nntll the fifth
when the. ROinsr became a bit
rougher and he was relieved bv

joe coins. The loss was Karpln.

ski's nrst in tnree starts.
Phil ffaunders; with three men

on in the 'sixth,' came through
with a base clearing: triple to

send his team- to the front.
Butch Orr nd Al Park each had
a double.. Bill Dockery.and Ken
nv Karpinskt fattened their bat bat-tin
tin bat-tin averages with three hits

on 'ce, as the combined pitching

ui mucn aatri and MikA Burza
Proved tOO tnuvh tnr tK. ,Uk

inK sailors. The strength of Mu Mu-tual's
tual's Mu-tual's top of the batting order
was. ably demonstrated as the
ESS J?Thoys ln batting
order had s of the team-. i i.

and all eight oaf thelum
nffl lnth was toe winning
pitcher while Wayne Hardistv
took the loss. At the plate ffi
ty Field contrihiitPrf fhr u-.

wltarife?ll,,f tra base

jko, .u uouaies were hit by
fieJd; ReIgie Lum- Bud wainio

due uyer.

hind In., both, games with late in

ning rallies, to smother MM leads

that aemed insurmountable. But!

last Sunday the Married Men, with

hefty Jack Smith relieving Leslie
Drayton, as the Single Men start started
ed started their drive from behind again,
swamped the SM with a,12-run
Hplffffo. tn win a tn 7 Kmilh iA.

four innings of relief work, allow-1 f "Sue legs of a Chippendale thair.
ed onlp two unearned runs a

four scattered hits. I Everyone Gets .The Shakot

encuunnjmg. -now lor Mantle, one Dig season r
Mantle finally had a great year isn't a ticket o .Cooperstown and,
last season as he won the triple while he has the gas, it's a ques ques-crown.
crown. ques-crown. But guys like Willie Mays, tion now oh whether he has th th-and
and th-and Jim Konstanty could tell bin .wheels. '- ,
that one swallow doesn't. make a f i ' ; 1
spring. ;.(,.', "i i in -' ,,.
And there I- evidence' aeain tha. linnT lOC.Lnt Oila II f

while the Oklahoma kid may have vw,'w,w .lWJ'-Tf Ull ,-
h nAl.,M O -1 n .a-L iL-. J m -' ? ' v

of Ty Cobb and the fielding ability! VTQ 1 6111115 OUT
of Joe DiMaggio, he also has the U Willi W- IUUI

Moves To Dallas ;

The box score:

The box score:
Mutual of Omaha Ab
Lum, Reg. ss ....... 4

Wainio, lb, 3b ...... 3
Burza, 3b, p 4
Hauser, 2b 2
Sanders, rf 4
Billison, If 2
Highley, lx 2
Dockery. cf 2

Llm, orr cf 2

The Married Men presented a

formidable' nine with Herby Fred

erick taking over as field Boss. He

directed his team from the side'

lines and did a good job of moving

his men. around. The. contest start started
ed started as- close nip and tuck battle
until the fifth when f the MMen

K! scored their 12 runs Jack Smith

uein." me uig Kun -viin a biiijc
and homer in hi? two ab's in the
The Series to begin Sunday be-j

tween the teamf repre?enting Ca-

The Yankees front brass hat to'
batboy got the 1 shakes over the



33 8 12 0

Coca Cola
mider, ef-.;

Roscoe, 3b

Peterson, p

0j Dockery. c,
1 urns, 2b

Sanches, Tb

Stohrer. If
aunders a),

0 0

0 1 Crouch, rf

23 0 1 21 6

In stock-For Sale


soldering Yf

f or. cast iron bras aluminum
boat hardware water-ekiVand tow -1
ropes -7 floats onlboard motors,
binoculars J( telescopes t micro-',
scopes. . ; ;

ree B trinw
Hslbo Kieh onnfH$

Jua College ,000 TOO 00 1

STTMAPV Whmtof .-oitch-

t warle 2-0'. Towner t"cper:
Bwalm f0-n. tnick otil b:
Kar'v K rharles 1. McKeown 2.
r'm 3. Raw 0" bailor rle
1. Swln 2. rhrles L THteerr
mril: Rwwim n'v S ri'ts lr
t-t mnrn. fthfl" t nin. 1

1 1 nit in rrn4. ''-weo r

hi: .D""'
ir'?n to ed. venire w
tniHn e" rorfeen. Scor Scorer;
er; Scorer; Mead.Tfn; t. 5

Hutchinson,, ss

Totals ''


E.geabolt. 3b d

0 Bon2oumet,Vf
0 Roth, c
0 Hardlsty. p, 3b
OjBullington, lb
0 Rice, ss

Coco Solo Brares

25 0 3

(a) Tripled for Stohrer in 6th.

Police Pals

f 1


Watson,; 2b
Vw. la

Ult 'I
McElbone, ss
Karninsld, n, 2b
Coffin, lbp
Cooper, i..i.,'..-.
CrUmPi 31
nrTtort. 3b
Park, ef
Torbioed. If, lb

rwrnth: rt.

Smith, (b)

Ollpbant. 2b
Hakanspn. rf
Sharicfc If .
Dyer, If
' Totals



NEW YORK (UP)-PanchO GSrl-

rales and Ken Rosewall moved.

when it w rnrt--i:lnto Dallas today on the secoM

irom me am: nayers Golf Tour- 1
nameht in .Florida that Mantle'j pro ,tenni- ttr.:-. with.-.Cionxslef
right leg .war swollen and paining !!?"in hVenT,,rc2U hfnl'
him. It was said by other playeribter that could" kn aim. out.pi;
that his legs looked wobbly, an 1 aon V ,nyt,?,e: i "'
the American League's Most Va'- Pancho dusted off-Rosewall at .-eable-
Player used a motor cart"; Madwon Sclure Garden Sunday,
reserved On most courses fop niw'6-- H wrecking RosewaU'j,;

ers over 60, to cut down on his, mencan debut with unexpected- ;
walking. S 9 0n' m ease for an 8-4 series lead, but
r -:' revealed after the match he had

fe Jays and the Cafe Esquire will, alarmed. Because BiH DewSt-v Jhft Pu'ed wlth neeial pad cover'-.,.,
be dedicated to Colon Chief of Po-left the Yanks recently aflV? .iin blister tbit ad :' bemer- -lice
Major Pastor Ramos who will hitch as' assistant enr.'i Irhaged the day before. In practice,'.

rer.r revealed, subsequently, that! !.ctu,"ypl':ed: fetter than J

iiie management Dales everv tim. .?" ;.

afiyrir oi f ; i a -foil r:nneM

throw out the first ball. Game time

is set for 10:30 a m

might ,up. on the soap and almost' Austr,li t0 i1 hv

. ki Li 1 1 1 rim onmm- -t

tourt fly baU or slides'into a base

uBr icgs arc the

.. !'.hieh cuId collapse

- uis career at Hut mh,,t


an operation on the injury After itl
a brief recuperation be returne J",,,.-

to Australia to open the worid


0,7w !i:wide toat against Bosewall, the

little Aussie who won the USw,
amateur title, at Forest Hills last ,
fall. v rv

22 1 S 3

' Score By Innings ?
Mutual 320 012 12
Braves 000 010--l-5

Along The Fpirwdy$




" Both good golfers and the'duf-
fers in the Ofi'ice of the Comptrol
0 ler will have a chance to win troi
Atpniea at tbe annual goif tourna
0, ment and luncheon scheduled far

- Friday at tbe Panama Golf Clou.1
1 1 Two divisions will separate the'

: U 1. 1 a i"

assist Baldwin ar a starter, anrL

Bitsy Frensley will be chief Scor Scorer,
er, Scorer, It is expected that more golfers'

0 J will participate than in any previ previ-0
0 previ-0 ous Comptroller's1 tournament.
2; Each employe is permitted to in-

0 vite a guest to play golf, and ma-' First there i th. j

ny Government employes and Oth- meylitis in his left shin n,.
ers are listed for the foursomes, there that rieht knei. 2F.ll
Trophies will be swarded only to dropped him as it h. ;
SS1 I e m!VorldeSehrieds"rne

ofher prise, lvedVVr w, nJ PARIS (UP) The French' Davit
There are ever, door prwes bat- evea noZ J!t X bw" to.'lyCuP 1ud for 1357 consist
ed on the luncheon tickets. wraDnerf he Det Uy' Paul Remy. Tierre Darmon anld
At 12:30, there will be a buffet ,"'f,ea- Robert Haillet. it was announrel
luncheon. Music during the hinchej ,, m Jtoday by Team Captain .Benfly.
on, and afterward for dancing, wi I- VVoiiM k. 1 h m ;Bcrthet.
be provided by Lucho Atcarraga: he L in .??e.d wb',f P"'"'

Governor Pottv-and U. Govern ar, ee. particu- ST. moritz, bwiueriano (Lfj

or Schull are expected to partici- "T'Ji u.01e. header," De i- Douglas

Sports Briefs

nate in the tournament along wit't Z TmtZVL tJ keep it
Comptroller Philip L Steers, Jr. PfciaJ PPort and requires
a DQ.rf rmni n...i.,,ii.Y constant wnirlivwil tr.,tm..i.

and many other cey says, the- swellirut

A. J. O'Leary.


U- - .uc
something new. again

and tbe

W. Connor of Canada,

the world skeleton sled champion,
broke his own track record on the
Crests Run with a time of 56 sec seconds
onds seconds flat for an average of 44
miles per hour Sunday. ; J

Tots' ? ; f

' 'b) 6tru,r.out for Griffith to with esUblished hamheaDt at lo.

5th. f - V cal golf clubs front those wha will
.- : s ' : 1 take a chance 00 the Peor.a hanuv
- -or By i-nw , lean system. Prizes will be award.

j'Vt "'o . -a o. ed for each division, as well as for

.vr t-'i PortcePali v mo(r5-i ., j tae women's division, -
LONDO 't -Lasxlo anl , - ... Extra attrattioas include a put put-Marianne
Marianne put-Marianne Nagy Hungarian fijurej of mha ee tuning match (arranged by Cari Pa-
skaters wtll not participate in t--nj,,,.. wron h-lf'jark) for those who don't want to
world chaotoeshios at Colrrr lnr.f. i own'n the try IS boles of golf and games for

Sorir gi, f'o later this month U-J r't
aose "ey bare been refused a K m

Nrvm eeay

a the chiMreo witl Dana Buseu 10

-.( charge.
' "r"' 't AU srraneeT.rit, are beadl tn,

Dick golf, Al Baldwin, and John-

a 1 i

he llirnf aria- i .. -.

ba i rt-partei f?on j to-
. -ir. a-e same re

"")r. ne tame? reu- 'u' lonrane. Howard prague will

'" s

- f ;v :

TONIGHT at 7:00; enjoy the

. 2nd ANNUAL fg


"Top tennis stars from 9 ctjuntriercompetc '.'Y-': ; r


$ 2. Sat. Sunday

Refreshments and snacks, served
'. ', at moderate prices. J '.'

v.y i;;,::4':;-v'-ir' H ; :,t.:;';;l;feA;' .:-'t.U ;-.V -a 1 v. ax r".( -a Ax.,;'--; 'a :a- ;
. .'A ". ,' i M j ,

"X '' v.-

C L A.$'SipRt;lvDS:i

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FOR RENT: 3-hedroom house,
? famished or unfurnished, "Bar-
' rises Mlraf lores" No. 135. Tele-
ohono 2-2993.
FOR RENT: Furnished resi residence.
dence. residence. Samuel Lcwh Ayr, 73rd
I StrMt. Phon 3-3469.
, Baldwin' furnished apart-
mtntt at JSanta Clara Beech,
Telephone, Smith, Balboa 3681.
" PHILLIPS Octanildo Cottages
i Santa Clara. Box 1890 Pn-
.. m '. J n ni n
m, h. as r rnww rauama
3-1877, Cristobal 3-H73.
Nothinf to compara with HOTEL
J- Wira your rasarvation.
batch hauia. Ona mile past Ca-
aiao. Phone Balboa 1866.
Junior College
J Well, here we ar again, midway
thru a rather hectic week of Coi
lege. We've got, several activities
v lined up too.
"Numuer one1 is the Carnival
lance at the American Legion on
ihursday niuht. This nromises to
, be a real biow-oui, wan some ex
cellent entertainment planned and
' presented by O.K.S.A.l1. (our re-
vered S.A. president), Gus Mel-
In fact, he's worked so hard on
this auair, lie uasn t even nad a
cuance 10 saave ui over a week
bit Ciaiius uiat this una giuwui
oi bearu is tup ius pmh iu me
aeck, um we acu v ao muc h
piouaOiy au uuueiuauueu, aud uii uii-keceaaaty,
keceaaaty, uii-keceaaaty, way oi aitratung cus customers..
tomers.. customers.. ;
' Knowing the, capabilities of all
tomittjveu WiHt luus presemaiioa,
JJCers will be oui m force to waica
them perform. 'iue w me iac: o
' iuueuis wm ut,uuauie lo aueii(i.-.
DAWN'S EAHL)L.Llliikf Utl-l'l
Wouuer wao set ita "Jiayoourne
fiat anonymous valentine card?
it was sigueu witn a "tee-nee.'
-Oeanriackett got his picture
In' the paper in connection wqtn tne
kew trufiic brain Mr. Bo wen,
ky unanimous decision, wears the
texiest ties in J.C. ur. Moo
ky, reponeaiy Dy actual count,
aid "Do You See?", ner favorne
lAesuii, 16 tiiies in tea min min-tles
tles min-tles during one ot her. classes.
-In nne who tne recent tiHt po
ty towards Jt', our S.A. ticxeis
tool nov oe honoreu at tne men
tchool production of "Horn-pipes
and Castanets," so it'll' cosi ya
tne buciC u you want to see it.
t tnen again, tuuy cau'i coin-
ii jters it we're paying
Customers. r Pratvca...
; .v y.ace. in the Canal
L.uj is decorated, and admirably
I wiui tne pictures of the candi-
Iaies for tne C.Z. Policeman's
au. lue two lovenes thai stand
Iut from the rest are, naturally,
om J.C nameiy, Shirley Ann
teyer anf Carrune iiius. Voting
s hot and heavy, with the oniy
I uaranteed winner being the chari chari-fes
fes chari-fes which receive the proceeis.

f Resorts

Mr. McNairs math Class is inthe plcnjc wi be folowcd by a
1 tunsvant state ot chaos due to ,jance from p m. to midnight Tit

Eitiius a line iicip iiuiii u c c
reene and Dick Home.
Mr. Vinton led a courageous
little band of exDlorers in to the
lepths of some dark, scary caves 1
t" weekend. Must have been
. uite a trip, considering the! many
p..j itini, lent especially with
pys like Murray Corrigan, John John-iy
iy John-iy Robinson, and Larry Irwin a a-ajng.
ajng. a-ajng. 'Afore leaving, let be remind yo
b rememoer not to forget about
remembering the Carnival Danr.p
bmorrow. (If that sentence1
loesn't confuse you, nothing will.)
inyway, the 21st is the date, and
lie American Legion the place
tee ya there i
save ;v;c;,
Cia. Engellcn, S. A.
28th Sf." No. 17129 f
hont 2-A970 Panama

'1 7" 1


ATTENTION. 0. I.I Just built
madam furnished apartments, I,
2 bedrooms, hot, cold water.
Phone Panama 3-4941.
FOR RENT: Modern, furnished
apartment, 6 closets, 2 bedrooms,
living room, dining room, kitch kitchen,
en, kitchen, porch, garage. 46th Street
East No. 2-61. Phone 3-0281.
FOR RENT: Apartment, new
building, 48th Street No. 31.
downstairs;: 2 bedrooms,, maid's
room, living room, dining room,
terrace,, carport, garage, 2 bath bathrooms,
rooms, bathrooms, hot water, $130.
FOR RENT: Large apartment;
living' room, porch, 2' bedrooms,
large kitchen, maid's room, 2
bathrooms, garage. Call Panama
FOR RENT: Modern two
bedroom apartment in. 54th
street (Campo Alegr) in information
formation information Tel: 3-5322.
FOR RENT: San Francis Francisco
co Francisco La Caleta 4th. street and
4th Avenue behind-Macarena.
Tel. Paraiso 102. 4
FOR RENT: Modern one one-bedroom
bedroom one-bedroom apartments, hot wa water
ter water facilities, laundry conven conveniences,
iences, conveniences, garage, etc. New build building
ing building in "G" Street (68), "El
Cangrejo." Telephone 2-3429.
No. 18-18 Central Avenue.
FOR RENT: 3 bedroom
dining room, 2 porches, 2 bath bathrooms,
rooms, bathrooms, maid's room, garage.
Bella Vista (44th Street and
Colombia) 44-17. Information:
same building, apartment P.
FOR RENT: New apart'
merits, one bedroom, 45.00.
Vista Hermosa. Telephone 3-
FOR RENT: New, beautiful beautifully
ly beautifully and completely furnished
studio apartment, half block
from- O.K. Amigo. Call 3-3884
for information.
Tickets On Sale
For Altamira's
;putirigTa Chame
1 a (ft";- -,',4 W, -.;. -. v )
Tickets op-aiteAtarhlra's out out-inipto
inipto out-inipto Cbamt oif'Siinday March
24, are ndw pn sale at 52 for a a-dults
dults a-dults and .$f; for children. Each
ticket r guarantees, transportation,
entrance to the dance hall at Cha Chame,
me, Chame, and a chance to win a prize.
The ways and means committee
has already distributed 317 tick tickets
ets tickets that were requested early. Ro Roland
land Roland Carter, chairman, Rudolph J.
Samuels, and members of the club
are selling tickets.
The following members can be
reached by telephone: John East East-mond,
mond, East-mond, 4-609, Paraisd; Vincel Steel,
3- 4173, Panama; Elsie Eastmond,
6-287, Gamboa; Clotilde Wason,
4- 666 Paraiso and John M. Thomas
2-4443 Panama.
Elks To Hold
Annual Picnic
On March 24
Pacific side Elks will hold their
annual picnic to Summit-gardens
on March 24 from 8 to 5 p.m.
Featuring music by Jabao Jar-
IffC an1 hie Csnsrn m in nvnliAi-laa
we .1K8 1 IUD
Picnic buses will start leaving
the Elks Club from 7 a.m. on the
day oi the picnic.
Tickets are being sold at SO
cents for adults and 15 cents for
lose your shirt
on wrong
- in the
and keep it on!

I i

a .1. .. a I I ai-f! il

2 "B" Street MORRISON th ot July Ave. ft J St. LEWIS SERVICE-Ava. Tlveli M. 4 FARMACIA ESTAOOS UNIDOS-14S Centra! Ave.

. n.. ,i,vii r i..n,.,

the Bella Vista Theatre. . ;.

FOR SALE: 1952 Hillman se sedan
dan sedan in very good condition..
Owner leaving Isthmus. Call
Panama 3-4310.
FOR SALE: 1948 Studebakar,
duty, paid, radio, $175. Call Mr.
Rankin, Corosal 85-2241. 8-4
p.m. ' !,'
FOR SALE: 1951 Cadillac,,
very good condition low price.'
Call Mr. Drachenberg Phone
2-3531 Balboa Office Hours and
2-3283 at night.
FOR SALE: 1956 GM blue ;
finish, motor tuned, lubricated
4,490 miles. Perfect condition
(no accidents). Cost new $2,000
priced to eell. Best offer over
$1,400., Call Panama 2-2374 be between
tween between 5:00 to 8:00 p.m.
FOR SALE: Nash Ambas.
sador 1950, $475.00. Phone Cris Cristobal
tobal Cristobal 3-2815. After 5:00 p.m.
FOR SALE: New 1957 Ford
Country Sedan, station wagon
$350 discount. 850 miles, can
finance in Zone 572-C Curundu
Heights 83-6230 evenings.
FOR SALE: 1941 Dodge pick
up m very gool condition, Cis.
Engelton. Cello 28, 129 can be
seen 4 to 5 p.m.
General Asent
Gibraltar T If e Ins. Co.
for rates and Information
TeL Panama 2-0552
Packers Shippers Movers
Phones 2-245! ,-l1-?2
I) -team Riding at
Riding fr Jumpimj Classes daily
1 le 5 p.nvr pt,0M 2",1451
4 ee by appointment.,'
k ;iDr.''R.ElscaunaB'iEW:
Dr. C. E. Fabreg
C.Z. DenUI-Medlcal Pa'1'1
' TlvoM (4 ot Jnr) Ave. S1A24
(ewosite Aacvn School plMfround)
j7 l'nl1 Jfanaaa
"Slim four flirora down"
McLcvy- Machines, Manage
team Bath male and female
SS A v. Jutta Araaemena l-Kl)
Dr. SCHOLL trained Chiropodist
Colon Rock Roll
Combo Will Play
For Frankie Lymon
rnnn' miisirian Gladstone (Bat)
Gordon and tus Metronome Com
bo have been chosen to play tne
accompaniment for Frankie Ly
mon and tne teenagers aunug
their performances here at the
Viceroy toldo for the lour days ul
Considered the foremost expo exponents
nents exponents in Panama of the rock 'ii'
roll rhythm the Metronome Com Combo
bo Combo is a five-man musical aggrega aggregation
tion aggregation with Gordon on saxophone.
Frankie and the Teenagers are
scheduled to arrive in Panama
March 1and will be presented
next day at the Viceroy toldo be being
ing being built on Via Espana, at the
old Kennelworth Dogtrack site.
They ere presently appearing at
the Paramount Theater and are
the most expensive act to be con contracted
tracted contracted for appearances during the
local Carnivaf elebrations.
in aririir.inn trr the Metronome
Combo, Armando Bora and his
orchestra will play nightly at the
ssme tarnivai nance pavum.
rear center should be
- Wire reservations.
e Double beds wilh m
spring and mattress. S49.K
Metal chests of
drawvrt -5J
Wardrobes JffJ
Dinette Set
Metal Sideboards ... 1S.N
. Metal beds JJ with
Sprlnr 14-54
Cribe wtth new : :
Center Table
. fn-'-eros V
Watte Art. '. 4t
Phesie 2-4911 or S-734S

m uniiriint n KvrHANGE-J. Fo. da

spirited saddle horse, 1 5 Vi
hands, 1000-1100 pounds, in
excellent condition, not for chil children.
dren. children. At Albrook Stables, 5 p.m.
or call Albrook 4197 evenings.
FOR SALE. 1 Underwood type typewriter,
writer, typewriter, office model, completely
reconditioned, like new $65.
, Phone Cristobal 3-3105.
JFOR SALE: Speed Graphic, cam-;
. ere 4x5. like new, hardly used.
Phone 2-2951 or 2-4087, ask
. for Carlos.
FOR SALE: "Retina II" camera
with f. 2 lens, hardly used, S 50;
"Weston" exposure meter, like
new, $10. Phone 3-6960 Pana Panama.
ma. Panama. f
FOR SALE: 50 discount en
LP records, classical and papu papular.
lar. papular. AGENCIAS DIAZ. 3 7th. St.
No. 6-A.
FOR SALE: Rolleiflex, A I
condition, used, $75.00 (new
249.50); International Jewelry,
155 Central Ave. Phone 2-1803.
FOR SALE: Kodak Medalist
Ektar 3,5, used. $95.00 (new
375.00) International Jewelry ;
155 Central Ave.
FOR SALE: Used Leica III c, ;
f 2 lens $75,00. International
Jwelry 155 Central Ave.
FOR SALE: Water heater,
native horse and saddles 2-2124
from 3 to i p.m.
FOR SALE: (2$ and 0 cycle)
Coldspot refrigerator, 11 ft, 40
lb freezer chest, automatic de defrost;
frost; defrost; Kenmore electric range,
two ovens, glass even window,
. electric on-off timer, -deep
well; Ironrite irener; Kenmore
vacuum; 25 cycle Maytag
washer; eak dining table and
six chairs; misc. tables and
chairs. Phone Balboa 372 be between
tween between 4:00 and 7:00.
Ballet, Spanish dance, guitar, la ladies
dies ladies rhythmic exercise, children's
rhythmic band. Mrs. Donaldsen,
Phone Gulick 689.
Piano lessons In your home.
Populer or classical. Zei Ben Bennett.
nett. Bennett. Tel. 3-4818 (mornings).
Dean Peterson
Called to Hew York
By Mother's Illness
Thm Varv Rev. Mainert I Pe-
tor.nn flvan ot the Cathedral "tf
St. Luke, has been called to New
York by the serious illness of his
mother. Mrs. uarno reiersou i
New Brunswick, N. J
left the Isthmus
, tlLI own
r.nn, Tinm,n late vesterday al-
ternoon and hopes to be back on
the Isthmus witnm ten oays ur iw
Meanwhile, Bishop Gooden has
, .ii tha aervices and
ippointments at the cathedral o
......i i the Dean a ab-
. Emergency calls to the
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promptly and announcements will
be made in tne aunnay
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Chevrolet ,.....
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15th St and Meleades Ave.
, Thene 1336. Cit

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i street a) FAJIMAHA "SAS, VU Perras
Real Estate
FOR SALE: Residential borne.,
concrete! First class o comfort comfortably
ably comfortably built. Modern conveniences.
Ample grounds, fenced.). 26 me-;'
tars front, 40 meters depth.
Owner leaving. For information.,
call telephone 2-3&I2 during
: office hours; heme phone 3 3-0932.
0932. 3-0932. FOR SALE: Apartment building
"San Jose,'.' Rie Aba je 2192.
7th Avenue EspaKa. Jne.uire same'
building. ...
FOR SALE: Let at Mew
Arraijan highway, 2,600 meters
cheap. Telephone 3-1412, Pane- -ma.
majority of the House Agricul Agriculture
ture Agriculture Committee overruled Repub-
""" upFwiun wo iy. ana ap approved
proved approved a Democratic plan to ex-
Fana sou Dana payments to farm farmers.
ers. farmers. .
The measure faces i.likrd floor
fight between Democratic farm
leaders and administration forces
wnen h comes Deiore me House.
One committee member said the
vote at jfhe closed meeting .was
17 to 15, with the vote chiefly fol following
lowing following party; lines.
The Democratic ula Woufd set
up two Supplementary: urograms
of soil bank subsidies. It also
would grant, In modified form, the
loratioa of last year s soil bank
benefits for commercial corn
growers. .,-. .
, V '1
tCest Not Estimated1
Just What the totat rnt tmniM
be was not estimated.' Included. s
an aaoiuonai Z50 mimon-dollar-a-year
authorization -fop soil1 bank
payments. .This would increase the
acreage reserve limit to on bil billion
lion billion dollars a.vear. -.:.-
The plan would enlarge elfglbiH-
iy ior sou oanx payments in two
ways: :
Producers of wheat, cotton anil
other basic crops would be en
titled to payment for reduced
plantings of any of seven other
crops oats, barley, sorghum
grain, rye, soybeans, flaxseed and
non-commercial corn; The uav-
ments would range from a -mini
mum or $io to a maximum of $50
an acrer Acreage eligible for the

House Group Ok

Plan To Expand

Two National Guard Generals

WASHINGTON, feb; 20 (UP)
two mtlonal Guard generals
broke ranks todav and stranriv
endorsed the Army's order requir
ing six monins active duty tor all
Guard recruits.
They told a House Armed Ser Services
vices Services subcommittee that the sub substitute
stitute substitute Guard proposal for 11 11-weeks
weeks 11-weeks training for recruits 17. to
is years old was "absolutely
inadequate." ... v v
Their testimony marked the first
break in the Guard's- opposition to
uie Army regulation, effective
April l, that all Guard recruits
take tlx mnntha. antiva training
Maj. Gen. Jtoy A. Green of Sac
ramento, Calif., commander of
the ,49th. National Guard Division, actually would .tavor eight
months : to a year of active -Jutv
for Guardsmen,' if such a program
couia d wonea out.
His views were endorsed by
Maj. Gen. John W. Guerard, Fres Fresno,
no, Fresno, Calif., who recently retired as
commander of the 49th's artillery.
He said he did not want to see
American soldiers ."again go into
The Army contends that 80 per
rent of the guardsmen now. lack
enough training. The Guard
juswvialion has agreed US this six six-months
months six-months training order for recruits
over 18 years old. But it is
battling tor 11 weeks training lor
youths 17 to 18V4 who mske up 63 I
Disputing claims by other Guard
spokesmen that the new regula-
lion worjw "Km ine uaara; Green
contended it would "make the
Guard." He said 11 weeks fat net
enough, to make a soldier "com be J
Green said the 49th has not ac accepted
cepted accepted any recruits since Jan.
unless they agree to siga up for
the half-year active duty bitch.
And instead of losing strength, he
said, the 49th is gaining under the
new program.
Green testified that as an offi officer
cer officer on Okinawa during World War
H, ha received many replace replacements
ments replacements who had received only to
8 weeks training. i-
"Those men died because they
were not trained," he said. "It
was murder.. Wa need this train training."
ing." training."
Guerard said "the day is gone
wbeaany lunkhead can bavo

Arosemena Ave. and S3 St. FAJUHALIA

Home Articles
FOR SALE: 4-dining room
chairs, Rattan chair and foot
stool, (3) strand. Rattan coffee
table,' four pester bed -with
springs and innerspring mat mattress.
tress. mattress. JHousa 4H-A, Washington
drive New Cristobal, after 5:00
Boats & Motors
OR SALE: 18-ft. sloop. Best
offer; Robert Harris, Albrook
2166. Must sail.
FOR SALE: 14 ,ft. Out Out-board
board Out-board runabout beat, eomplet eomplet-ly
ly eomplet-ly fiberglessedfully equipad.
Reedy for inspection. Call Sgt.
Brwclc 86-2155.
ays Democratic
payments .would be limited to 18
per cent of the farmer's basic
crop allotment.
, Other farmers who have no has
lcMcroP allotments could receive
SOU -Dank i navmffnta fnr rarfnninn
their .plantings of any of the seven
crops more tnan 15 per cent be below;
low; below; the highest acreage a farmer
pxaniea 10 tnem in tne past three
years. These payments would be
fixed at $15 an acre.
rn Farmers
- Chief beneflciarles would be
Southern C o 1 1 o h -farmers and
Great Plains wheat ffrowers hn
nave oeen forced by, governmnt
controls to curtail plaotigs. ad
divet their land to iee4 grains.
Southern f arnv congressmen sup support
port support the plan. Thep have., com com-plalpect
plalpect com-plalpect that most of i last year's
soil bank payments went to com commercial
mercial commercial corn growers in fcthe" Mid Midwest.
west. Midwest. v .j:. .ivVV?;t .i v : 'a,
The kdministratibn lias urged
Congress 'to approve separate
emergency legislation ': to restore
last year a corn program," which
failed In a grower referendum last
December to muster the neces necessary.
sary. necessary. two-thirds vote required to
keep' it in operation.
The Democratic program boosts
the corn planting allotment from
j.2 million acres to 43.2 million
and allows farmers to receive soil
bank payments on corn or other
feed grain acreage equal lo 18 per
cent of their allotments. The total
new allotment, plus 18 per cent,
would, equal 51 million acres, tne
figure toe administration asked


6'Mohth Active Hitch

rifle shoved into his hand and
some officer can march out in
i um, wave a ssoer and say
Green said that if Guard offi-1
cers would "take their coats off
and go to work" to sell the Army's
new program as it has been sold
in California, .Guard organizations
would not find it hard, to get re recruits.
cruits. recruits.
Heuss Sick
BONN, Germany Feb) 20 (UP)
An official bulletin today re-
?rted West German President
heodore Heuss, 73, was confined
to his bed with "acute infection of
the upper respiratory passages."
But. it added, there was no cause
of aAxiety. ...
Officials s a i d It Was hooed
Heuss would be recovered in time
to depart on a state visit to the
United States March S as sched scheduled.
uled. scheduled. 38w 716"

v. 1 Air

WANTED: Small shortwave
communication receiver. Aparta.
do 4356, Estafeta Juste Arose

Wanted To Rent
WANTED: Rent or buy spe spe-'
' spe-' cieus house, suitable for embai embai-ay,
ay, embai-ay, unfurnished,, 5 or more bed-,
reams, In good residential ares.
Call 3-3424 (9 a.m.-12 noon;
3-5 p.m.).
LOST: Whoever f I n d $ a
walet with important paper re returned'
turned' returned' it to Gilbert Bodilo. P.
' O. Box 1033 Reward. ;
Fred Glover Still
Leading American
Hockey Loop Scorer
NEW YORK (UP)-iFred Glover
of Cleveland, maintained his Amer
lean Hockev Leaeue scoring pace,
but other top positions changed
hands during last week's play.
Glove; in his 10th year as a pro professional,
fessional, professional, sowed four points to
raise his total to 83. Teammate
Jimmv Moore was in the runner-
up spot for the second straight
week with 77 points.
; However, It was fiershey's Wil Willie
lie Willie Marshall who made the week's
biggest jump. The 25-year old for forward
ward forward scored eight points for a tot
a I of 75. This sain enabled Mar
shall to move from sixth to third
place in the individual scoring
Ttn Rlik of Cleveland was In
fourth place with 74 points and he
was followed by Paul lrivee oi
Providence (72) and Rochester's
Bronco Horvath (71).
' Glover also led the league in
goals scored with 38 ano moore
was tops in assists with 56.
jnhnnv Bower of Providence
had the best goaltending average
withf 2.47 and Hersney s ; Larry
Zeidel regained the penalty lead
with 167 minutes. 7 .'
Pclli! Msfclains
Sizeable Lead: In?
NBA Scoring Race
' NEW YORK (UP)-Paul Pettif,
the St. Louis Hawks' injured star,
maintained a sizeable-lead in the
National Basketball Association
scoring race today but it may not
he innp netore raui Arizin sou
Nell Johnston of the Philadelphia
Warriors offer a serious challenge.
Pettit, who went scoreless Sun Sun-Hav
Hav Sun-Hav in his first came since suf
fering a broken bone in his left
arm, has tallied 1,627 points in 58
games for a 28,1 average.. He
leads Arizln by 141 points and
Johnston by 209.
Arizin ranks second with 1,486
nnint. anH a 25:2 average for 59
games while Johnston, Philadel
phia's B-foot-9 pivoiman, nas mi mi-lied
lied mi-lied 1,418 points for a 24-point
average. Dolph Schayes of the
Syracuse Nationals ranks fourth
with 1,268 points for a 22.2 aver
age, whilo Hon uousy pi ine pus-
ton UelllCS is mm wuu i,
points and a 21.5 average.
British Out-Size
Tiyer' Will Get
New Colored Look
LONDON (UP) Britain's over-
sized five pound note, eight inches
long and five Inches wide, will
five wav tomorrow to a new one
six Inches long and three inches i
The new "fiver" (114) will have
the added advantage of color. Be Because
cause Because the old notes were white and
printed only on one side, they
sometimes were mistaken for
scraps of paper and tossed away.

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I WANTEP: Experienced took,
must do washing also, for foreign
couple without children. Must
: sleep in employment. References
E required. Good salary., Ne, 49
146, 48th Street, Panama City.

housework live in. Care small
children. References required.
. Apply in person 10-111-2 0202 0202-B'Herrick
B'Herrick 0202-B'Herrick Rd. Ancon.
WANTED: American family
wants English speaking maid.
Telephone 3-7361. Panama.
2nd Half Standing! i
; Won Lost Pet.
1' o l.oon
xaeymour a. ...... 0 0
xGibraltar L. OA 0
Lincoln Life ...... 0 i-I
XPlayed tie ame,
Seymour A. 3, Gibraltar L. 3
Seymour. Agency and Gibral Gibraltar
tar Gibraltar Life continued yesterday
where they Jeft off last Friday,
when bonn teams played to a 3-to-3
standstill, for the- second
time in a row.
As happened last Friday,
darkness stopped the contest
after an eight-inninir 1 deadlock.
- Gibraltar outhit the Seymours
by 8 to 3, but when it meant
runs, the Seymours kept the door
closed, in the eijrhth Innlnu the
Glbraltars .loaded the bases
without an out, but Perra got
the next three batters out on
fielding chances, m Seymour's
portipn of the eighth inning-,
they loaded the sacks with one
out,, but Crosby pitched hilhself
out the hole. v Vj- V
Zapp, the GlbraltAr first sack sack-er
er sack-er had a perfect day with three
hits in three times at the plate,
he was followed byAltman, who
had two for four. For Seymour,
Boatwright continued hitting
having; two for Jive. :
Gibraltar Life 'i Ab R H
Hanna, 3b 3 1. 0
Barrett If v ... v
Ebdortvlf 10 0
Hermahny? W-f;:,...;f !) 0
Altman sb .;.'. 4 1. 2
Fraunheim p lb ,... 2
Wilson c .... ......... 81
Thompson rf -. .:,, 2 v 0
Hunt rf .,...........', 1
: 0
Crosby p
iVP id, n ...... a
Frank 2b ..........y.'..,
Seymour Agency
Blaney If ; ,..,,;...., 2
Raymond If
....... ... 1 .u
Carlson cf p
4.f Z .V
... 40
Corrlean c
Boatwright ss ......... R
Perra, p, cf 4
Anderson lb ......v.' 3
Arosemena 3b ......... 3
Pearl 2b ............... 2
Farrell rf ...... 1
Calleja Tf 1
Forfy-IIiners Bank
Them Oiil 01 ;?Dark
San rancisco r orty-winers, ugnt ugnt-ing
ing ugnt-ing to rebuild their once powerful
pro football empire., banked today
on Lynn (Pappy) Waldorf's
shrewed organizational talents to
help lead them out of the wilder wilderness.
ness. wilderness. The 250-pound' Waldorf, who re retired
tired retired from California late last sea sea-son
son sea-son after coaching the bears for
10 years, joined-the Forty-Niners
Monday as director of the scout scouting
ing scouting program. He is regarded as
one of the best planners in the
game. ;sl i
Terms were not disclosed, buf
Waldorf described his new set-up
as "satisfactory and so is the sal salary
ary salary
"Basically, my job w'ill be to
organize the obtaining of informs-,
tion on hundreds of college play. .,
era who are qualified to go into
professional footbau," waioon

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tbo Middle East is Mohammed Kb alii Abu el Hawa, with 138
yean behind him. He lives in village on the Mount of Olives,
overlooking Jerusalem. He still walks to the local mosque lor
his dally prayers. The aged peasant has outlived five wives
and has fathered 28 children. His birth certificate (inset)
reveals that El Hawa was borfi In year 1240 of the Moslem
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32nd YEAR

Racial Bombing Trumpets Discordant Note
At Louis Armstrong's Southern Concert Tour

Feb. 20 (UP) A dynamite blast
targeting a concert by Negro trum trumpet
pet trumpet player Louis Armstrong last
night in Knoxville, Tenn., follow followed
ed followed weeks of campaigning by seg segregationist
regationist segregationist John Kasper against
such shows.
,w Police said the explosion set
eff in the city-owned Chilhowee
"Park during the concert of Arm Arm-Strong
Strong Arm-Strong end hi racially mixed
troupe apparently stemmed from
a campaign by Kasper's White
Citizens' Council.
' Kasper has centered his anti-Negro
campaign on mixed perform performances
ances performances in the park since his convic conviction
tion conviction last fall for contempt of fed federal
eral federal court for his part in stirring
up the school integration riots at
Clinton, Tenn., 20 miles from
Knoxville. ,
His newspaper, the Clinton-Knox
County stars ami
manded the resignation of Knox-
ville Mayor Jack Dance for his
tnoothAr be-
ivegroes u ycnui." ""
fore segregated audiences.
- Police said the explosion appa apparently
rently apparently was one of a series of recent
dynamitinga centered "round the
widely scattered trouble spots of
the South's segregation controver-
f Authorities announced in Mont Montgomery,
gomery, Montgomery, Ala., last night that all of
G Tseven men indicted by a grand
iury for dynamitings and other
Si violence in that city had
been arrested.
Brujiing Calendar
Depicts PanCanal
As 1 0f 7 Wonders
jTh Panama Canal which last
year was seieciea
Seven Modern Engineering Won Won-tho
tho Won-tho TTnitprf States" by the
-riran Society of Civil Engi Engi-.....
..... Engi-..... I. foatnrAri in the 60' h an-
h.Ury calendar of the Charles
Tlrnnintr rottlDanV for 1957.
In the selection of the "Seven
Wonders," the A.S.C.E. gave spe
cial attention to the following cri criteria:
teria: criteria: Service to the well-being
ef the people and communities;
uniqueness; pioneering aspects m
design and construction; extent to
which the work has been success successfully
fully successfully copied; outstanding values
both esthetic and utilitarian; and
great size.
The other six "wonders" select selected,
ed, selected, by the A.S.C.E. are Hoover
- Dam, the Empire State Building
the San Francisco-Oakland Bridge,
the Colorado River Aqueduct, Chi Chicago's
cago's Chicago's Sewage Disposal System,
and Grand Coulee Dam.
)n the Bruning's new calendar,
the Panama Canal is featured for
the month of April and the pic picture
ture picture carried that month is an ae aerial
rial aerial view of Pedro Miguel Locks
and Gaillard Cut. A brief note of
historical interest is carried be below
low below the picture.


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Montgomery police at the same!
time ended almost two montns ot
night curfews and police escorts
for integrated buses.
In Tallahassee, Fla., scene of
another bus integration dispute, a
state legislative committee Indi Indicated
cated Indicated it will propose a law to cur curtail
tail curtail activity of the National Assn.
for the Advancement of Colored
The Committee ended its inves investigation
tigation investigation of the NAACP yesterday

Satchmo Says It's Okay,
Just My Phone Ringing

KNOXVILLE, Tenn., Feb. 20
(UP) Negro trumpet player
Louis (Satchmo) Armstrong re refused
fused refused to interrupt his southern
tour today because of a racial
bombing targeting his concert here
last night.
i'.7i hpn nlflvins the horns
for 44 years and never had any
trouble before," Satchmo said
commenting on the blast set off
f.nuirin the auditorium in city-
owned Chilhowee Park.
Armstrong was bearing down
on his "Back O' Town Blues"
when two or three stick of dy dynamite
namite dynamite exploded outside, sending
shock wave through the se segregated
gregated segregated auditorium jammed
with 2,000 whit and 1,000 Negro
axa fan
There was a stir. Many heads
turned toward the direction of the
earth-shaking explosion, which tore
a five-foot hole in the ground out outside.
side. outside. But it did no other damage
and no one was hurt.
The Armstrong instrumental en
semble did not miss a beat and
Weather Or Not
This weather report for the 24
hours ending 8 a.m. today, is pre prepared
pared prepared by the Meteorological and
Hydrographic Branch of the Pana Panama
ma Panama Canal Company:
High 90 83
Low 71 77
High 93 84
Low 50 75
(max. mph) NW20 NE23
RAIN (inches) 0 .02
(inner harbors) 70 78


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saying it had enough evidence to
show the need ot suppressing ad advocates
vocates advocates of overthrowing establish
ed laws and customs oi me siie.
As another result Florida Gov.
Leroy Collins and ,his cabinet
joined in a non-partisan cam campaign
paign campaign to get out the vote in a
Tallahassee City Election in
which a Negro is seeking to oust
uLiu rMinrilrnxn.
In Louisiana Gov. Earl Long
and Camille Gravel, staie uerao
Satchmo himself stopped blowing
his trumpet only long enough to
say, "It's O.K. folks. It, was just
my telephone ringing."
The concert of Armstrong favor favorites
ites favorites such as "I .Get Ideas" and
"Lucky Old Sun" continued for 20
more minutes. The troupe ien
immediately afterward by chart chartered
ered chartered bus for Columbia, S.C.
Eli Weinburg, a show promoter
from Bluefield, W. Va., said Arm Armstrong
strong Armstrong will not let the incident
shorten his Southern tour now in
its third week.
.Armstrong, wearing a dark
blue suit with white buttons and
a black four-in-hand tie told re reporter,
porter, reporter, afterward, "I fe (ike I
could go right to Birmingham
and play I don't believe we'd
have any trouble,"

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appealing mite pictured above in the Columbus, Ohio,. Munici Municipal
pal Municipal Zoo. It's a girl baby gorilla, precious because she repre represents
sents represents a triple triumph first gorilla breeding in captivity, first
conception and first birth. Her arrival tossed an H-bomb in i
world too circles. Theories, some 100 years old, said It never
could happen. "Sweetie Face," 16 days old when this picture
. was snapped, has a wizened face, a head the size of an orange,
is 15 inches long and weighed four pounds at birth. She lives
in an incubator and is fed human baby formula.

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cratic National Committeeman, ac accused
cused accused State Sen. W. M. Rainach
of going-too far in his anti-integration
Long denounced Rainach s pro proposal
posal proposal that Louisiana follow Geor:
gia in moving to impeach justices
nt tKn TT G Cnnrpmp Tmirt. Lonff
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pointed out that Louisiana is about
to ask the court to grant me iaie
title to its Tideland oil.
Gravel accused Rainach, Who
heads the White Citizens' Councils
in Louisiana, of helping spearhead
a drive to disenfranchise 10,000
Nonmoc in T,mii:iana solely on ra
cial grounds in the past 12 months.
In other developments.
The Milwaukee Braves an announced
nounced announced they will not challenge
the constitutionality of a propos proposed
ed proposed Georgia law banning racially
mixed baseball teams. If the law
panes the Braves will train
white players at Waycross, Ca
.-j Jacksonville. Fla.
t unirinc naap.P executive
- nuv ,i Hiving ------
.....,'. Now York, denied the
NAACP drove "hard bargains' to
j.tpo9 schools. Dr. Omer
r..n,i,ooi sunerintendent
schools in Louisville, Kr., said the
NAACP took advantage ui su supreme
preme supreme Court rulings to push
SCnOOl nuegreuuu.
Dog & Mouse Game
TWTAMI. Feb. 20 (UP) Miami
mailmen who took 53 dog bites
in their stride last year now have
another nipper to contend withh.
Postmaster Samuel R. Yalliere
said one postman was .bitten by a
mnusp nesting in the back of a xu-
rai niauuux.
snfmal 4n Vt a wnrlH is the
Oreste v

SO MANY taxpayers are now

receiving income from pensions
and from the rental of property
that special schedules are provid provided
ed provided in Form 1040 for reporting the
aeians. rney are:
Schedule E Income from pen pensions
sions pensions or annuities.
Schedule F Income from rents
ayd royalties.
After these schedules comes
Schedule H, the last of the income
schedules on Form 1040. Schedule
H is for income from (partnerships,
estates, trusts, anl any other
sources not specifically covered
by another schedule.
If you received a pension or an annuity
nuity annuity in 1956, the first thing to do
is determine whether it i one of
the following non taxable pensions:
1. Government pensions to vet veterans
erans veterans or their families. :
2. Social security benefits.
3. Railroad retirement pensions.
4. Armed forces retirement pay
based on a disability resulting
from active service.
You do not have to report in income
come income from the above four sources.
If your pension was from some
other source, then the next step is
to determine-whether the amount
of the pension or annuity you re received
ceived received or will receive in the first
three years after payments start
equals or exceeds your Own total
contribution to the pension or an annuity
nuity annuity fund.
For example, suppose you re retired
tired retired Jan. 1, 1956, and will receive
a pension of $50 a month or $1,800
in three years. If you paid into
the pension fund $1,800 or less,
then you should report the pension
income in Part II of Schedule E of
Form 1040.
This part Is quite simple to fill
out. It permits your pension or an
nuity payments to do recovereu
tax-free up to the amount of your
cost or contribution. Thereafter,
the payments are fully taxed.
If, however, your pension or an annuity
nuity annuity payments in the first three
years are less than your contribu contribution
tion contribution or cost, then you must use
Part I of .Schedule E. Sudh a re recipient
cipient recipient is not taxed on that part
of his annual annuity which is e e-qual
qual e-qual to the cost of his annuity di divided
vided divided by his total expected return
over the life of the contract. He is
taxed on any exeess.
Once the taxable and non tax taxable
able taxable portion ef hit annual annuity
3 US llevsmen Who
Visited Red China
Will Not Be Tried
W a SUTMfiTftTtf Fph. 2fl fTJPl
The Administration appears to be
dropping any thought of trying to
prosecute tne inree American
whn visited Red China in
defiance of State Department no-
licy. ....
One authority put it mis way:
"We don't want to see anyone boilr
Tha thrsa whn went tn Red Chi
na are William Worthy of the Bal-
timAra AfrA-Am priratl and EdWSTd
cun.n. enrt Phillin Harrineton of
Look Magazine. Worthy and Has-
rington are DacK in me unueu
States now, and Stevens; is Rt his
regular post in Moscow for Look.
l, nn llms fhn State Denart-
ment indicated that any reporter
who went to the Chinese mainland
risk tninishment for violat
ing passport regulations or provi
sions of the "trading who me ene enemy
my enemy act" or the Logan Act, which
tt c f iti7pns from corresDond
ing with' foreign governments in
an attempt to mienere wim
foreign policy.
Panamanian Fined
For Shoe Stealing
Roberto Garcia, 16, Ptnamanian
was fined $15 in Balboa Magi
strate's Court today for having
stolen a pair of shoes valued at $9.
95 from Gertrudis Arauz.
The petit larceny occurred on
Saddle Dam No. 11 in the Mad
den area..
Garcia pleaded guilty.
Sleight Error
patttu mrrvm InA Fph 20
(UP) Harry Dudkowsky aaid
the thiet wno stoie a aanuiui i
.nin. trnm his home is in for a
Dudkowsky, r amateur magi magician,
cian, magician, said some of them are trick
coins he uses for sleight-of hand
MONTGOMERY, Ala., Feb. 20 20-Alabama
Alabama 20-Alabama boasted today that it is
the only state in the union to have
an official fish.
Geoffrey Birt. state publicity di director,
rector, director, announced the selection of
the tarpon, fighting sport fiih
found off the Gulf Coast.
When a oerson sovs "Yes ond
no," It's usually a sneoky oy of

saying X ewe,

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in contract.. ...
X Expected nhm ..,. ...v.
3. Percentage of income to be excluded
(line 1 divided by line 8) '.
rt ll-m H imH
1. Colt of annuity (amount! paid in) 4
8. Colt received tax-free in pott yean ...
3. Remainder ef cot (line 1 leu line 8) J.I
1 nu tei kMin eweee
1. Totab. ....

8. Net Income (or low) from tenti or royaltiei (column 8 leu turn of columm 3, 4, ond 5).


1. Pomierihip(nciffleMaddreir)

2. Estate or hut (name and addre) - r
3. Omerouwi(itotnotie)..-Jll.l.r

' Total income (or lorn) from above


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PAGE 3 OF FORM 1040: Mythical taxpayer's return Is shown here
last four schedules of Form 1040. Including annuities, rents, alimony,

are established, they remain con
...... .... .... vl i.ii
in order to fill out Part I of the
Schedule E so as to arrive at the
taxable portion of an annuity, it is
necessary to determine s e y e r al
amounts. One of these, the invest-
ment in the contract or annuity,
whirh pops nn line 1 in tho tnta
wnicn goes on line 1, is the total
cost to you of the contract or. an-
nuity less any payments received
tax-free in previous years under
the old three per cent rule.
Line 2 of Schedule E calls for
,"?."'e"u, .,elvcu: ",B u
nuity contract is for a fixed num
ber of years, that determines the
number of annual payments which
when multiplied by the amount of
the annual payment, will give the
expected return.
Most annuities, however are for
the life of one or more persons.
The expected returns from such
contracts can only be determined
by using life .expectancy tables.
If you are receiving 'such an an
nuity or, pension it is suggested
that you contact the Iniurance
company or ether agency from
which you receive payments. Most
of these organization are set up
to furnish you the information
needed to fill out Schedule E.
The fact that an annuity con contract
tract contract or pension was partially paid
for by your employer does not af affect
fect affect the method by which It is
taxed. However, you must sepa separate
rate separate your share of the cost from
the amount contributed by your
employer and show only your cost
in line 1 of Schedule E: Your em employer
ployer employer or the agency which pays
you the annuity or pension should
furnish this information.
. Rental income is reported on
Schedule G ef Form 1040.
Money you receive for renting
any property must be reported.
However, the schedule has col columns
umns columns for deducting expenses so
that you are only taxed on the


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OR ANNUITIES (Set ImtructloBS, sifl 13)


4. Amount received this
5. Amount excludable (line 4 multiplied
by fee 3). I UZO
6. Taoble portion (cea, if any, ol line 4 over line 5).

WWi ni iwi mn4 ywr mUy ttm mmtrlkutt
4t Amount received thii year...
5. Toobl portion (entew, if any,

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teeicei (Enter mm and en tine 10, pooe 1)...'

t Read over the section on Ttentserty will Mast from the time you

aim (wyuiucs on page it oi me iiry Degan renting a part oi it.
I official instructions. This t e 1 Is The Internal Revenue Service has
what to report as'income and also found the average brick house
covers the items you can deduct! lasts about 40 years from the time
as expenses. it was built-and an average frame
- Denreeiation is the most Hiffin lt'house bout 30 years. Home fur- J
ePr 1 "ISntte Se I nl,hi,,W average about 10 years,
7", 1 eAPense to compute, espe- You can use these estimates ai
cially for those who rent only aL "1 5 j 1 mese estimates as
. . ..-"""la guide for determining how much j
, ,u X'reeia !lonSer your property wlU last. If
oMAMtSi'y m vour Property will last :
i.0".,!? "n pae li- ocneaiue 1 must ionBM. than the-above -euidM ns
b.e filled out to explain any dedu the?tonrDerf()d
depreciation. j. f 'Z
holddVcarpteHp&r,H Jll 5 Put the number of estimated

IfirsVvear vou naT SehVdiiiriOnP
? you n
goes in column 3; another is the
method of depreciation to be us-1
fd foes n c0,u,m1nf 5;.2d
If you are renting out a house or
anything larger, you would be
wise to get expert help in setting
up Schedule I for the first time.
If, however, you are renting ust
a pert of your house or relatively

small itemfsuch as house furnith-jln
Ings, the following simple "rulet
for filling Out Schedule i will gen-j

eraiiy satisfy ttie internal Kev-,
enue Service
The "cosr or other basis," was
fully explained In Article 7 of this
Land is not depreciable' so do
not include the value of your lot
in the "cost or other basis" ot your,
house in computing depreciation.
However, the cost of any major
improvements or additions should
be included in "cost or other
basis" of your home
If you are renting two out of six
rooms- in your house, take one-
third 01 the "cost or other basis"
and put that amount In column 3
of Schedule I after filling out col columns
umns columns 1 and 2. If you rent one out
of seven rooms, take one seventh
and so on.
Next, estimate how many, years
your house or other rented prop-
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ol line 4 over line 3).
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t. ..j60uOQ.
water coat
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as guide to help you fill out
' ,
1 ars in column 4. Put in co umn
U the total denreciation on tha
PP?1- ou---hw deducted in
P"vlou? r : V aJm.ouni
snuwn in column o oi'ocneauie u
cannot be more than column 3 -.
minus column 4 of Schedule I.
If you are using the stralghtline
method of depreciation,. enter ,in
column 5 of Schedule I the words
"Straight Line." This means you
are dividing it up into equal yearly
portions. tSffji&M
j Now divide the amount yoif put
column 3 by the number of t
years in column 6. This will give
you the depreciation to show' in
column 7, TU18 same amount ir
then shown in column 3 of Sched Schedule
ule Schedule G. v' .-,!';:' -:'frt
Note that the Instructions say te
report room rent as business ln
come in Schedule C if you rend.
er services to the occupant. This
applies te people operating room
Ing er boarding houses as a busi
ness. '."'-V,? (
Any remaining items' of income
are reported on Schedule H. This
is the place to report income from
an estate or trust, alimony or sep separate
arate separate maintenance received under
a court order, rewards or prizes,
recoveries of bad debts, and health
or accident Insurance payments
received by you as reimburse
ments for medical expenses which
reduced your tax in a prior year
Next: Claiming your deductions.