The Panama American


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


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Panama -- Panama


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

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3ind nuK f, ' V1,-'.' r'1' : v PANAMA, r. P FRIDAY, MARCH. 1, 19S7 C ; r 1 ' t fltCPTi
Zone Experience Shows , ff I :n7'; W

Not Worth Expense

. Th expense of fitting out epecial clubroems for Ca.
nal Zone teenagere is not justified on the basis of past
xperience according tc;the concensus expressed yester yesterday
day yesterday by Civic Council representatives in a conference with
the Governor,
J Wilson H. Crook, supply and employe seryice director,
who attended the conference to? discuss a propose ; to
-provide special" recreational facilities for teenage groups,;
told the group of. past efforts to establish such facilities
and the lack of, sustained interest on the part of the young


1 Several of the Civic Council
representatives who have assist assisted,
ed, assisted, in such efforts during recent
' years agi 3d with Crook that
such plans are Ineffective.
, Ttcnig clubroomi hv b
provided n both Atlantic an4 ff
elfic iid temmunitkt in th
:' ai4 whilt inttwit it ibwn ,th
b9innin, th younr f r H
r lean rfaiait h lubram.
j A proposed system of slmpii slmpii-r
r slmpii-r fled house number In Canal
'.Zone immunities also was out out-alined
alined out-alined at the meeting. -t
The meeting with tepresenta tepresenta-tlves
tlves tepresenta-tlves from United States com-
munlties was held in the board
room -of the Administration
v Building and was the first of
i. tht worklng" sessions with this
'iroUp. L
'CI vie Council meetings in
.March will be lnrthe form of
public conferences for general
" discussion.' of jcommunity t mat mat-,ters.
,ters. mat-,ters. '
Yesterday's meeting with Oov.
Potter was featured, by the ap ap-pearance
pearance ap-pearance of various staff mem-
v. hrm nf ViIk Dfflce to explain in

detail faUif..fVPral piot-
11 ects now under consideration.-';
Col. 'Hugh M.-Arnold, engl engl-'
' engl-' neerlns Snd construction dlrec dlrec-'
' dlrec-' tor. and Rodney B. JEly. chief of
the Surveys Branch, gave details
of proposed plans for renumber renumbering
ing renumbering houses to conform with a
standard pattern.
$100, 10 DAYS
An American soldier who fail failed
ed failed to show up tobe tried for
driving a motor vehicle while
intoxicated will spend the next
in riiti in TlAlbna fall.
. Dewev Dalton Crawley, 27,
: wai also fined $100 for the of offense
fense offense which took place at 12 34
a.m. Feb. 15 on 4th of uly
Avenue.- , v 's
' it is understood he was absent
without leave from his military
post from Feb. 18 until Feb 28.
, rn th mornino' he i was ar
rested,, Crawley appearecT-' In
court and reauested a conti
nuance until the afternoon; of
the 18th. ;' .t"'-"?:': i-'-V-'i".':-.
vtifM ht. fa.ilef ,to show UP.7 a
bench warrant was issued. But
Canal Zone police were unaoie
to locate him unui yesieraay. yesieraay.-rrwpv
rrwpv yesieraay.-rrwpv Dleaded not 4 euuty,
but1 made' o effort to defend
himself at the trial. '' Z-?,-
Three Soldiers Go
Down For Count
In Ba!boaXdiirt: A-
iames W. darner, 28, an Amer
Inn nlrltr vm -fined li5 in
i Balboa Magistrate's Court today
for driving 70 mph in 40-mlle
x sone. m .
"t Terrell O. Cooper. 20, another
American soldier, paid the-same
' fine on. a feckless driving
; charge. 7-i; '--'J'
j A third soldier,-Russell Peter
Meyers,' 20, American;, was fin
- ed $10 on a charge af malicious
t mischief after ne took tne wm wm-;
; wm-; dow guard from a bus and threw
it upon the highway.
;' He said he dropped the ?ard
accidentally, v
.Carnival Pictures
; Now OnJ)isn!ay
'At LibraVMuseum
.The second in t ries of
plays featuring -Panama carnivrt

pictures is now being held in the of units, from Miami. Florida
rnal Zone Library-Museum h and Chemr Pomt. North CaroU-
the first flat lifted case in the na, win be stationed at Coco So So-;
; So-; lohhv of th! Civil Affairs Buildi.! Jo Naval Station and -will fly
1 The display tnrlndes a collection! from adjoininr France Air Force
rf pictures taken during the "CarJ Pase during the two months
rvt-ai de Co'crril' the last of they are here.
,, rM carnival held oy Panama ia J
W. -. -: r thiiin their training period in
, A previous display included a th Car! Znne. the marines
, o"'ec,:n of rrodnftotis of ph-- will be loiHstlcMhr suonurted br
tc?rr e" the rrnivl fwi e 5h NavaJ rHutrict. Their

rre ft '""d m El Durio wl
raiama of 1313.

Several subjects relating to
Canal Zone schools were discus
sed by H. L. Donovan, civil af
fairs director. S. E. Esser and R
W. Collinge. superintendent and
assistant superintendent of
schools i
; Potter mad a atreng pica for
' lajd in aromoting tha trmup haalth
' Civic Council mambart ta laka Hta
. imaranca alan which k aaw ba ba-in
in ba-in ofUrcdt Company Govammant
amptoyes on an erganiiafion-wida
batii. ,t
Appearing at the eohference
also .were Robert Van Wagner
chairman of the Group Health
insurance Board; and Daniel J,
faoiuccl, personnel programs
staff coordinador, who is acting
as liaison lor tne Canal admin
istration on the plan,
An extensive discussion of the
insurance plan and its benefits
followed- talks by Van Wagner
ana raoiuccu
- The Government said that he
will urge bureau directors to as assist
sist assist Jn the program to the full fullest.
est. fullest. extent especially In ac
quainting employes with-, all
pnases of the plan.
in me question end answer
session; It was "indicated that
misunderstanding still exists, Jn
the minds of some employes on
some phases of the insurance
The nronosed nlan or rpnum
berin? houses in the Zone was
called a "big job" by Arnold. The
program involves the renaming
of. a iew streets to conform with
a single pattern.
Generally, the p I a n c a 1 1 a for
heutet being renumbered accord according
ing according to atreeti, rather than by arcae
and type. Each itreet would thut
have houto Humbert beginning at
one and continuing upward to in include
clude include all heutet.
Donovan and the two school
officials discussed nlan fnr nrn.
vidlng free school bus service beJ
Kinmng witn uie 1P57-58 school
mm. ana racmties for handi
canped, children ..-.
Because of limited tnn tn.
eluded in next year's budgetthe
free school bus system cannot be
fully established during the
coming year, but it Is hoped to
have it in full operation the fol following
lowing following school vear after which
all children living more than a
nau-mle from school will be
givn free transnortntinn
The superintendent of schools
fave a report on his recent trip
totjhe United States where he
vinted a number of schon's or
handles nped children and riu.
cusea me nroerpm with vari
ous Murstional len-ers.,,
The tchool offitialt annooncf
that they eet to nrevid terM
tramino bv the KMinn:n. e the
net arKool rem fo chiHrow wh
. aooech handicaot and gradually ex extend
tend extend tha Braaram. i
Pnt.ter relied, snecfal ifUnti
oConnrll rTrp'enttws to re-
?,"'S' ifl various Carnival
W th -rWnt are ttn.
ale iMa C...I Zoo
fcoiM ao th.rhMrtM htm th
' T (.11
"ww wnm mtrnictiont.' t


As Operational ;Base
Air Fore Piu w in hi . -,

.,'.5Stnce Mt Forc.e Ba wUl Knst ground targets and alr alr-threatl0nalKba.
threatl0nalKba. alr-threatl0nalKba. for rrJnnery on the esUUliX
tSr? If L c05lb" '"ght ed 'Caribbean command ranges
training this sprint- by a Marin in th. vtnimi

nn wr Rruup irom ie L TUtCU
States. Headquarters Caribbean
Command announced toay.
' Scheduled to arrive in the Ca Canal
nal Canal Zone March 8. the nrovision-
el Marine Air Group, comortsed
v "n-actire In t" trHr t?
techniques of weapons delivery

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""l' pgiiia'ilgplWUfiiM1 '" Mintrauinii,fjuii'm"iiiin.u.iiiini mini, miimiim I ; t"'iy-
f THE PULSE "A I "n-- I 1 1 r

f of panama i isinmian xrap
SIX BALCONIES have been X V"-xSi t t X ggn :- t
condemned as totally unfit' for ; v I fl Tfl j I I I
i : W 1ri:y 10 Be LOdClGCl 5f

Cajar also has ordered no
overcrowding on 76 other; bal balconies
conies balconies which are in need of re
pairs but present no immedl-
ate; danger unless they are
overtaxed with spectators. J
i The order which listed the
condemned balconies, was is issued
sued issued in an attempt to avert a
possible tragedy like last Satur Saturday's
day's Saturday's when the floor of two
rooms and a balcony 'collapsed
under the weight of quests
dancing at a baptismal party.
President Ernesto de la Guar Guar-dia
dia Guar-dia Jr. today called on Pana Panamanians
manians Panamanians to defend the constitu constitution
tion constitution against attack by the ene enemies
mies enemies of freedom in his first
Constitution D V proclamation
since taking office last Oct. 1,
' All evident ronnectefl with
the Jan. t, 19M assasVnatlon
of President Jos A.' Remon,
Including thr '.rloe worn
the slain Preidt, were
trarfeTH' vrter.v to a
vault of th Banco Tirtiml.
The transfer was said to be
;he result of preour brought to
bear by defense lawyers.
The tabloid daily El Dla car carried
ried carried a report today of an un unnamed
named unnamed woman who gave birth
while serving time In the David,
Chirfqui., jail some days ago'.,'
' l u t t n v
' Chlrlqut Authorities reported;
f,'-Jiave asked the Ministry .of
Government ; and .Justice lor
instructions regarding the wo woman
man woman and her baby.
Arrienlturo -and Commerce
Minister Vletor Navag an announced
nounced announced yesterdav that baot baot-Ite
Ite baot-Ite minDnr would begin in
Panama shortly,
A draft of a contract between
the. government and the ; Alcoa
Miners, Inc. delivered to the
Minister Wednesday by Dr. Oc
tavio Fabrega and .Alcoa repre
sentatives,. Frank L. Seaman
Jack H. McWiUiam. is now be
ing' studied by government ex
The noon tabloid LA HORA
quoted a "'high functionary" of
the Foreign Office as saying
that Panama would take steps
to prevent the smuggling of
Canal Zone of Commissary
goods into Panama, If it is true
that Zone authorities plan to
open one of their commissaries
at .Rainbow City,
The statement Is believed to
be in connection with the an announced
nounced announced plan to open a portion
of the Rainbow City Commis Commissary
sary Commissary on Monday, when it .usual .usually
ly .usually remains closed, in order to
provide a limited number of.
commodities for residents of the
'Nrw York rock 'n roH tinging
tf'ar Frtnkie Lyman and the Teen Teen-agn
agn Teen-agn arrived at noon today for Hie
tint of their local appearanceo to-
night at the Central Theatre.
The Panama American yester yesterday
day yesterday quoted a reliable source as
saying that foreign musicians in
Panama for the Carnival must
pay up their taxes before the
Carnival begins.
Impresario and bandleader
have been notified to this effect
b tb Mn- of Finance, the
newspaper saicu:
The group's program oi Inten-,
sive airground combat training!
will be climaxed by their parw parw-cipatwn
cipatwn parw-cipatwn -in Caribbean Com Command's
mand's Command's Exercise CAK1B-EX in
late April.
The gronax la organic a a
provisioaal air grooy with the
primary mission -of providing
a. Tranced training to marine
aviator to atUck and fighter
type aircraft. While to the C C-nai
nai C-nai Zone, H wul a nanne4 by
approxtsiatety 15et personael
and will bare tare squadrons
antra ed-
v One -will be a Jet flehter
scuadron enuipped with North
Amrrlnm FJ-J Tury- airrraft



from the 2nd Marina Air V."insi"Skjralder," capable of cruUinx

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AMONG THE CANAL ZONE health services Inspected by Drvlsidore S. Falk, well known pub public
lic public health medical economist,-during his currents medical Survey in the Canal Zone, was the
Out-Patientr-CUnic" at Gorgask Hospital;; He is shown above, center, with Col. Charles O.
Bruce, left, and St. Albert Blanshaftof porgas HospitaT, right.
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US.iPubli'c Health Expert Acquaints
Himself With Zone Health Facilities

Dr. I. S. Falk, author and widely-
known authority on public health
administration, has been busily en engaged
gaged engaged this week visiting various
health facilities in the Canal Zone
and acquanting himself generally
with the -services provided by the
Health Bureau. s
Dr. Falk hat been engaged as a
consultant by the Canal Zone Gov Government
ernment Government for advice in connection
lwrth-,lDn-range planning ior health
services in the, Zone,, tie nas na
wida experienee in public health
planning fend ecteomics and on his
present assignment, will study such
subjects as org anuation, .stalling,
funding, and facilities. i :(
This is his third trip to the Isth Isthmus
mus Isthmus Ss consultant on public health
mattes. Last year he was employ employed
ed employed as consultant and advisor on
Ship's Passenger
Loses Dollar Yad
To Thieving Kids
A passenger from the 'Ruahine,'
a New Zelsnd Shipping Co. vessel,
which was docked at Pier 18 Bal Balboa
boa Balboa last night, made a 50 yarl
sprint after a small Panamanian
boy in 1 of Panam's main atrteti
yesterday afternoon, in an effort
io retrieve nis total wealth in dol
lar (112) which had been stolen.
The tourist was walking with a
companion when one Panamanian
boy approached aad started to
shino his shoes over his orotesta-
tions. At the same time another
was at his elbow begging him to
buy a newspaper. He told them to
go away, and they did. onlv to re
turn a few seconds later to repeat
uib pamumine.
Suddenly they both quit their
ministrations end the traveler
slapped hit hand to hit back poc pocket
ket pocket to find hit roll of 12 one-dollar
bills gone.
He started running: down th
street, weaving through the crowd
at a last pace. Finally as he gain gained
ed gained on one of the bovt. th. r h t m
threw down something, which he
took to be the money. He bent to
pick it up, only to find it was just
iwo ui me oms. ay tne time be
had straightened up the thieves
had gone.
Back on the ship, tie told ship-
inaica woo were going ashore.
"You a Better watch oflt In Pana-
ma. Even the children are thieves."

To Use France Field

For Combat Flight Training
-- .-,! ... ... 4

at Cherry Point N.C ." and the
other two will be attack squad squadrons
rons squadrons equipped with Douglas AD
"Skyraiders," based In MiamiJ
wm Murine a uroup 31. v. -A
The North American FJ iFu'!
ry- is a single seat jet fighter in
the 600-mile per hour plus
speed range. Armed with ma machine
chine machine guns. It is primarily a
high altitude air siipertority
fighter for use against "etiomv
aircraa Powered by a Wright
J5 engine, the "Fury has a
ranee of over 700 miles.
The Douglas AD "Skyraider."
known as the work-horse of
Marine Corps aviation because
of Its ability for extended mis missions
sions missions of orer 2OO0 mile ran? and
its ersatllitv of heav ordnsn
loads, is an attack a lrc ran wwJ
'red fcy sinvie conventjofli

Wrleht wtn.tvT fnn. Teiwiil r0nrnn"' By COL jos-

general health and social security

Droblems by the government of
Panama in collaboration with the
World Bank.
Ha was asked to be a consultant
for the Health Bureau because of
his outstanding reputation m the
field ,of public beaitn. ms em employment
ployment employment is in line with the present
policy oi obtaining experts in vari'
ous fieldsv fop "advice on Company-
Government operations and luture
program. .
Falk has expressed great plea pleasure
sure pleasure in s his present mission, saying!-
'i;. -
J'For a great many years, I have
had the- highest admiration for the
magnificent achievement of the
ablo governors and health direc directors
tors directors who .succeeded on overcom overcoming
ing overcoming the basic health problems of
the Canal Zone and who have main maintained
tained maintained the health of the population.
"It was,' therefore, very gratify
ing to be invitea py uov., rouei
and iJ0l.bruce io mane an muc
Elks' Bartender
WUbert Clyde Blackburn; 43
Panamanian, a bartender at the
Elks- Club in Balboa, fell un unconscious
conscious unconscious late yerterday while
standing behind the bar.

His pulse was very weak andjing, Hackett was returned to his

his breatinir labored.
He was given oxygen- and rush rushed
ed rushed to Gorgas for emergency


Messages of suppovt and
congratulations from some of
th -most important figures of
this hemisphere were received
yesterday by the annual Ameri American
can American Regional Conference of the
International Council for Chris Christian
tian Christian Leadership which is hold holding
ing holding Its. sessions at the Hotel El
Cbranam Vereide. founder and
Secretary General of the ICCL.j
read the following letter from
Julian F. Harrington, Ambassa Ambassador
dor Ambassador of the united States of
America to Panama:
"Mr. R. R. Rubottom (assis (assistant
tant (assistant secretary of state in
charge of Latin American Af
fairs) telephoned yesterday from
fh- C t a t n,nortmftnf In UTftlH.
lngton to ask me to convey the
at 200 miles per hour, carries a
crew of from one to three men
depending on its type and mis mission.
sion. mission.
In CARIB-EX the Marine Jet
aircraft will provide fighter cov cover
er cover for the assault on the Camp
Pifia- beaches while the two
"Skyraider" Squadrons fly close
air support missions nndtr con
trol of ground radios. making
dive bombing, stranng na rock
et runs against "enemy target.
The group's thre squadrons
that wul be temporarily based
in the canal Zone are Marine
Attack Soiudron 324. command
ed by Ma). Donald Fisher; Ma-1
rine Attack Souadron 331. com
manded by Lt. coI. C. C. Le;
and Marine Fighter Pouadron
312. fommanied by Lt. COl
Samuel B- Folsom. The group
ija R. Bailey, USMO.

pendent survey 6f the health serv

ices and facilities of the Zone, to
review -tne plans they- have alrea already
dy already .developed and to advise them
on health requirements and oppor
tunities lor tne luture.
I shall reanrd it as a great priv
ilege to contribute whatever L can
to further improvements of the
health program, 1
M:a VLio Vw -Died
In CZ Mishap
To Go On Trial
Probable cause was found in
Balboa Magistrate's Court yester yesterday
day yesterday after hearing of a charge of in involuntary
voluntary involuntary manslaughter filed a a-gainst
gainst a-gainst Albert Hackett, 46, Pana Panamanian.
manian. Panamanian. He was bound over for tril in
U. S. District Court. Bail was in increased
creased increased to $500.
Hackett was brouaht ta the court
from his hospital cell at Gorgas
where he has been confined since
a fatal traffic accident Feb. 18 in
which his wife, Mrs. Cecilia Hac Hackett,
kett, Hackett, S4, Panamanian, was killed
' At the rlnfta nf vpstprda v'l hilar.
cell St. Gorgas.
He was represented at the hear hearing
ing hearing by attorney William J. Sheri Sheridan,
dan, Sheridan, Jr.
following, message to you: 'I
send to you prayerful best wish wishes
es wishes for a successful meeting. As
you know, I feel that you are
carrying ut a God-directed as assignment
signment assignment and believe thai your
success is assured in your high
calling. Warmest regards I
would like to add my own sin sincere
cere sincere wishes for the success of
your meeting. sincerely yours,
Julian F.- Harrington. .
' A message of greeting was
read from H. R. H. Princess
WUhelmlna- of the Nether Netherlands,
lands, Netherlands, who Is honorary presi president
dent president of the ICCL.
President of the organization
is VS. Senator Frank Carlson
of Kansas, from whom the fol
lowing cable was received:
"As President of the interna
tional Council for Christian
Leadership, I want to extend
greetings and best wishes to
those attending the conference
In Panama. As individuals and
as nations, we can oe drawn
closer together through bonds
of Christian fellowshlo, and I
believe that only on this basH
will our internal and -intema-
tional problems be solved.

' 'tr "' e
" WASHINGtIoN, March 1 (UP). Mrs. Cecilia Pinel de
Reman, Panama's Minister of Health, disclosed today that
be will seek a World Bank Loaa for the porchase of water
. filtering equipment.
. The eejulpmeat is needed for her ministry'- campaign to
eradicate malaria, the explained. It would cost about
Mrs. Reman told the United Prets ahe will meet with
-World Bank officials today to seetf abe easi get some of
the money eat of the H.MMe loan Panama received to
155$ for highway construction. As of Jan. 1 only W,Me
of that loaa had been disbarscd.
Bank teorcee, however, said It woeld be aiaeseal for any
fraction of that loaa to be drrerted to any wreject ot spe specifically
cifically specifically eoooected with highwars. The aoarre d the
bank's regalaUcaa are "goite explicit" to tile respect.

On Jap

A huere shioment of

is to be loaded aboard the freighter Fujcusan Mam
in Balboa starting a week from today.
The scrap bound for Japan hag been accumulat accumulated
ed accumulated during the past Six months. About half of it mi
collected in the Canal Zone and half in Panama"';
Some 200 stevedores, winchmen and foremen
will be hired for about a week's work by contractor
John V, Carter, coordinator of the joint scrap move
ment and charterer of the. vessel.
Carter terms this "the biggest load ever"-of
scrap iron to move out of Balboa. It will require
three piers to handle it. ,v-o

Setting up a plan for eettine
this big tonnage of heavy hard-
to-handle scrap assembled and
loaded has required the coope
ration of many agencies in both
Panama and the Canal Zone,
Carter said today.
He is entnusiastie aoout tne
aid from the Canal. He and!
lila n4rln,H v-flM ;."tl eiln.
ifcewt will iv. i("ir',!Mn; vs.
ftrbeoit to Panauia's. economy
particularly in ine way or
spreading the work io .200
temporary employes.-.
- "The only possible way we
have been to plan the move movement
ment movement sucessfully." Carter ex explained,
plained, explained, "is because the Canal
forces have been helpful. With Without
out Without the help of Lt. Oov. H. W.
Schull, and other Canal ex executives,
ecutives, executives, we couldn't do it."
The Panama Government, he
added, has also cooperated on
the license procedures, and all
of the scrap coming from the
Republic is being shipped out
of Panama under customs con control.
trol. control. Wages offered for the work
will range from 50 cents an
hour for laborers to $2.50 an
hour for the skilled held.
This, Carter states, is de decidedly
cidedly decidedly better than the Pa Panama
nama Panama scale which' he reports
as ranging from 35 cents to
$1.25 an hour for the same
Rumors from another source.


Frank Carlson, U.S. Senator."
Vice nresident of the ICCL is!
US. Representative Brooks Hays
of Arkansas, who, like Carlson,
is unable to be present at tne
Conference because of the press
of his legislative duties in Wash Washington,
ington, Washington, D.C., said in a cable to
Vereide: "Regret I cannot be
with vou. Many members of
Congress look hopefully to Con
ference as means oi uniting our
S Z c
BrOOKS Hays M-.
In a letter to Vereide, Jose Fl Fl-gueres,
gueres, Fl-gueres, president of Costa Rica,
"The Government of Costa
Rica is pleased, through the
medium of your worthy self, to
sene. to tnose participating m

. : i i
ell tor Christian Leadership
warm and enthusiastic message
of ereeting.
"I hav confided In Alvar An-,
tlllon .a distinguished officer of'
the costa Rican govern men,
the task of taklnr to you the
assurance of my support In the

me me""" "'Dt '"""lyour mission in advancing those
ence of the international Coun-,'Y"' uw u Jog- rieueref.
eil for Christian Leadership a high ideals. foe riguerer.


scran iron 11.000 tonsC
however, have it that union
representing local labor are not
content with the pay scale. t
Talk was earrent today that
one labor union feels the
United States domestlo mini minimum
mum minimum wage of Ml an hour 4ii -Interstate
commerce aHanld
PPly to shlratevedorlng
vll i'Vsaid tlia the union may
maso;(ii iosi; case of th matter.
The Panama firm of Genava.
S.A., is ihe-shipper of the scrap
which-4 has been accumulating
on Pier 18 since Jan. 24.
Piers 14. 15 and 16 will be
used for loading the 43-ft. ll,
000 ton Fukuzan Maru due in
Balboa March 8. She is due to
sail laden on' March. 13,
About 1,50 tons of the Gov
nal Zone sartp came fromT
the Atlantic aide. Zona scrap
is being supplied chiefly by
Hugo Neu of New York. Most
of the material was purchased
from the Canal's Section I. -Using
cranes and magnet,
loading will proceed in shifts on
a 24-hour basis. Some of the
equipment will be rented from
the Canal, and some from Pa
nama. f.s
Canal eligibility cards wJU b
required for the steMarauv
winchmen and workmen wh
should apply at the -Central
Labor Office on Monday at J1S
ft. HI. (- w--
valuable work of joining all po
pies of the world together aa
spiritual bases of Chris tiara ty
and Democracy. .-.
'Recent developments In 4he
internatnonal politics panorama
have given us unmistakable
proof that the forces of mate
riallsm, when they are combaU
ted on the front of dedicated
faith and elevated spirituality.
expose uieir weakness and are
"I this ntoion, that ofs
UahlicViln almllar Imnt nii,
w w uiu aat waMtaam awfMar auiivita
the peoples of Latin America,
which I consider to be one-of
the principal objectives of the
International council for Chris Christian
tian Christian Leadership. fc.
This letter, then, will serve as
a message of admiration and
wishes for the success ot
Kresiaein wi vm ivh-. -
Christian leadership 2 V
Maj. Gen. Fulgencio Batista T
Zaldiva, President of the Repu Republic
blic Republic of Cuba, who Is a friend of
Vereide, sent the following mes message,
sage, message, addressed to the Interna International
tional International Council for Christian
Leadership,-Panama, R. P.:j
. (Continued on pare I)
US Armp First J
SupportCommands 1
Are Organized
Army's first two atomic support
commands will be organized
today and armed with Hontt 1
John rockets and Corporal guided
missiles. r
The Army announced that t
air transportable atomic euppvt euppvt-command
command euppvt-command will be activated f r
4 troop testing purposes' at' It.
Bran. N.C. and a mednim s"
lie iu; ;:rt to.Tirr.stii at Ft. I.

fRIDAT, MARCH 1, 1957

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mouth, wt AOvANct . 1.7a "-jo
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If you contribute totter don't bo impatient if It doosn t appear the
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... 1 u.. knii tVi. TJannma COtoiX Com-

pany turn over the oid Pacific Center to Panama Uty
as a recreation center la an exceUent one.
. However 1 feel that he. did not go iar. enough. Why go tc tc-the
the tc-the expense of moving such a builamg or Duiuungs to
te? Many boards will have to be replaced, a 19k of site piep piep-iratlon
iratlon piep-iratlon such as sewer lines, water lijies. etc., wnl run uir Uie
S And I gather from the press tnat the proposed new ioca-
ArtWScf ag3ooden buildings being
Erected within e clfy limits? What win nu Chiei ango
have to say about placing such a building In an overcrowaeu
"S' MvHdeataLve money and also to avoid violating the regu regu-MtloM
MtloM regu-MtloM S f wSidS taSdSgi would be as follows: Leave me
M& whm they are, taie the fence that runs between tne
B Sbmidtog Tand the National Assembly and move it so
SStt rSTtweVthe Service Jl-g

replacing -yw " ,..! r.oHr.nia Maranon (who incident-

eTwTthXTor of pment Gymnasium) and the
&vE?i8J& SSi- in the Canal Zone, we can't

Snort the bunding, in viuuu
fit tht city.

I." This is tot mnki. IV.toJMS

fee Reels'" it. There's nothing wrong with that. Roct n
SnaTw w r-s a a a as.
'K foot, 11 inch, small, dark-eyed kid who has a girls voice,
knd without his oh's and ah's he can't have a song.
rHo U sldtenlM and sounds as if he were going out of the
rtctS (MaybVhe a stomach ache every time he is abot
nlSter. 1 Remember he has even been called a Juve Juve-ft
ft Juve-ft "elinoSnt! AlMMmember Elvis doesn't drink or smoke.
Uak ud your cute little hairy heads, girlies.
Here S Ta cuU UtUe poem a friend of mine wrote and which
as gone Into circulation back home in Michigan.
Elvis Presley has made a hit
V With every girl, I'll admit.
t tt. viavi4um nio And frlendlv. too.

The girls all like him, why don't you?
Remember when you used to swoon
When Prank and Blng began to croon, and Como too?
IH bet your mothers and grandmas too
Were disgusted with a lot of you.
But now you're older and you can t see
What we like about Elvis Presley.
We like him 'cause he sings so well
He makes our hearts Just swell and swell;

(Ana wnai we veenagera wiv
' u why you au oisiuce nun
51 Keep this in mind all you


t v, nocf fan av t nev

nain days were not my 94th Anniversary, and the answer Is
March 24, If I reach it, and prospects look favorable for I never
JBelt better in my life.
t I have received a lot of Panama Americans up to the first
.week in February, and not a thing from Crede Calhoun. He
Aust have lostrhls typewriter or fishing must be good np Chirl Chirl-ftul
ftul Chirl-ftul way, arKl he can't find the time.
it Going to have visitors from down your way this summer
ind one of tbem Is Otto Hausman and his wife. Otto was rais raised
ed raised in the historic city of Goliad, where Santa Anna presided
ver a feast of blood when Texas was struggling to free herself
bYobi Mexico, and a San Jacinto made it.
II As soon as there was talk of piping the waters of the Great
' Mkes to dry Texas, the weatherman did something about it
fleeult: a week's downpour of rain running better than a foot
efer the whole state and still raining. Prospects were never
better for bumper crops over the State and a little grass for
the half starred cattle.
: Have had letters asking of the opening of the Laredo bridge
cross the Rio Grande. At last it was officially opened Wash Washington's
ington's Washington's Birthday.

The way the world Is cutting;
anuu v 11 WW uvu lr
from me next week.


. J. Winter D. Collins
Joan hodds
Elvis fans and moms.
A Cool Kitten
rpAvfd letters aslrint! If eer-
up we may have nothing to
"Pop" Wright



Labor News"
, And j

some mighty tight-lipped intelli intelligence
gence intelligence ofiicers and pouce chiefs up
nere at a special uenerai Electric
security conference on how to
xeep secret.
But if you listened carefully.
you could learn that there are sev
eral soviet spy rings operatlna ac-
a: .1 a 1 l
uvety msiae our inausiry ana
the spies are still being recruited
from inside the American Commu
nlst Party.
Their passion at the moment it
the secret of our "rocketry" de developments
velopments developments and our special for
mules for making special tiros
4nf hlnh uuil Ia4
w. r- -.-.
Tha Hiias1na m mA1 fr 1
in pumic over weir voaxa glasses.
R11F thv tii Hnnf anaftp at ntii
formulas for new metal for rock-
. A. 1 A A. t
eis ana me secret power iuoi
which makes them zins throueh
hour' capitalist air. v r
itut wnai isscmaies me spy
vtniit nine iliasA H.vfl' if nnt tfnm.
. .41 j o Ufuoi wwa uv
ic mystery. The Soviets just can't
malra btaaH Anmitrh' iivmm fni tha
landing gears of supersonic fight
ing jets.
Those jets come in for high
tires are too weak to hold up as
iney nil ine concrete nuiwm.
There have boon eer lout
crasheskilling pilots after five
years of training and smashing
up those bright now fighters
-..ina tnllliana of rubles.
Sn the Soviets are now trvinc to
steal our formulas, mis mey at attempt
tempt attempt in two operational patterns,
as the counter intelligence boys
First the sdv rings try to buy
tho rtihkar formulas hv setting
themselves up in executive suites.
They start real ousinessea. iney
make with the gray flannel suits.
rt4nra Ira nilt in. PrOfSTJCCtUSM
XUA0 f
are requested. And the Information
is passed on to someone in me ow
viet foreign services here.
The other technique is the use
of "sleepers" in the big electro
nic, steel, rubber and aircraft
Tha. rvmm( nlants Inside our
planU move in quietly, in easy
steps, using jne cuwn iumuu.
Thia msana th irlOVO frODl theU
original bise and home city. .They
take menial jobs in other; towns.
They move again m
munity and give the; preyious job
as reference. .
Gradually they worn tnoir way
into the plants making the met met-aL:
aL: met-aL: or electrical, brain gimmick
or rubber formulas. Sometimes
.tnoir oe rrus on imn -
Jrlsnea with Iho elpWe, another j
"Slodporin lewwrn. u
: Ta i..v fhaxaf tiorlerifrflund
&nti to onerste in the heavy in
dustry belt alone.-- M
rri i.orri here showing
that some moved into the Caroli-
nas, for example.
Government documents revealed
that three men with university de degrees
grees degrees were ordered by the Com Com-muniat
muniat Com-muniat Partv to go South and
camouflage themselves. They
found JODS as a usn-sceicr, iv-
metal worker and a meat clerk.
Another fellow Dec a ma uram
hand in an important
7nt into the Southwest to work
on assembly lines.
So throw away your m.umjius
-1 .-j nina anil' stOD lOOKUg
for slinky blondes in long flowing
cloaks wun aasi
into their ganers.
SomoTimet ... 1.
mea lust follow orders and turn
in Information en materials, job
descriptions and plsnt planning
.without realising that the Itom
re pieced together elsewhere In Into
to Into eomprohoneive intelligence ro-
'Sot'".!! nf these are industrial
espionage operations. The c o m
rades sua are "-r-
iMri" at the bottlenecks, the
strangulation points,-
The government ran into a neat
little plot !. Tha
Midwest steel and tube mill. The
Communists bad one of their
"sleepers" in uw ,mi
fuel and power department.
This eomraoe
Party coll that ho was so stret stret-ooieally
ooieally stret-ooieally placed that ho "c e w I d
2 .reVlurtlen In this plant
within e tow minute, and shut
down the entire plant within It
minutes." .... u;
rwn. r l.arnawl that OUO OHIO
xaw a7 aj 1
. au.a an intneatclv orSS-
rsrvif iiimt w
niied that it took iU orders from
underground neaaquarww-
itrousu;-., 3 ...
The Ohio una er coyer i.cuu
Rrooklvn teiepnone iubow -""-
u mamim. Ha called this
miun aw
phone for eonUct with the Commu-
maU' nauonai uuvi rr
tus. .
The had a reserve fund for
emergency use ia Ohio alone of
up to MO.ow.
Many of uese rugs suu operate.
u alaaiKt it trv til recall when
last a Communist information gath-

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'i Roy, of Tight-
-ftl 'y'l liii
f l'l,l IlaC V" C"V LI ' -J ?
' (i ? Ism
V NEA Semtt, ;qv , Aiawraf M.aM-Vwfraaiir-i rf.r,-- lnrTimii 1 mt it-i -nfc-i-n )iM,tiifit'iic--'"-'t--"-'"a' &-JUi-v-i.5

Walter Winched I n

Sarah Vaughan's estranged
"Maho" (George Treadwell), who
may give her the long-nopea-ior
marital freedom. So he can con concentrate
centrate concentrate on his new love. She is
Favrene Williams. West Coast
model ... The almost $2.000,000-a-
day-play at Hialeah debunking
threat, of a denresiion ... Italian
movie star Sophia Loren, wnose a-
enta are trvinff to bUV UP "arty
photo studies she made long be before
fore before she exoected to be famous...
British moder-Jean Dawnay inow
here), who says she was f auinor
Terence Katngan-)Uispirauoii t
OlS piay, oepart r iuic. ;(,?a....
hit deals with a nice girl who goes
daffy from frustration, etc The
Coronados, a peppy wio 01 young youngsters
sters youngsters at the Copa. They were born
in Albuquerque New Mexico, ef
Spanish-Italisn-indian parents
Film star Richard Burton, the lat latest
est latest to quit living in his native Eng England
land England because oft he tall taxes. He
will settle in Switzerland ... Ka Katharine
tharine Katharine Hepburn's skill at psint psint-;
; psint-; annA that a self-caricature
now hangs In Hal WaUis office-
alongside a Renoir.
nraair ahinninsi tveoon Aristotle
nn.i eounseU "If you can't
make your first million by 'the
time you're 21 you will never be a
multi-millionaire" The Sateve-
ieitej hnut actor Alan Ladd
It muffed what the Hollywood
press corps also hasn't heard. That
Mr. Ladd, who invariably plays an
air hero, is scared 01 pianea u
riiaa The S Suns album.
"Midnight For Two" ... P8t
mag's 6-page layout of Judy Tyl-
er S wan up u".
L!..r"r iK.ii of some

leadiirradvertising agencies. TheylHer own ice-skatmg lake...James
nc Ciex interview applicanU for. Barton, star of "The Sin of -Pat
no longer lnvcrvicw mvv o.t.ttnc tmnna fmm

employment, meyanaiyw
h.nriorritinffi ... The Sardl tal'ci
that sar Don Amecbe owns 50 per percent
cent percent of "Holiday For Lovers,"
which made "very, first "Shter;
howl except the critic; ...The iwav
Wall Street plunger Adam Metcalf
Is being hip-notizeo ey jaoana, uie
Hawaiian Rom honey. j
Jackie Gleason who isn't so sure
he will chuck hi teevee prom-am,
as he recently threatened ...He in insists
sists insists he couldn't be tbe target in
"The Comedian" as he has no
brother ... TV way Jack Gould
and "Ben Gross (teevee reviewers)
disagreed over the merit of that
program. Goutf enjoyed it. Gross
iUr.ui It Eddie Cantor insist
ing en "going or" despite the last
big scare and warnings from doc doctors...
tors... doctors... You never caa telL Reginald
Rose, author and co-producer of
Henrr Fonda'a new movie, "12 An
gry Men." was formerly an office
hoy at Warner's publicity dept ...
Then there's Charles Conoway, co-
erer broke with the Party and told
all. TJiere hasn't been one la a
long, long time.

Retreading Guaranteed



parent of "The Ziegffeld Follies."
He was in the chorus of the music musicals
als musicals not long ago. His first show
was with Gertrude Niesen in "Fol "Follow
low "Follow The Girls'" ... Meg Myles
breaking singer Martin Brill's li'l
ol' heart with a note saying they
were thoo. i

Decorator Jaires Mont, who Js
suing Mrs. Urjohn Ley, Park Ave Avenue
nue Avenue matron., She is the heiress to a
drug fortune. Her barrister per persuaded
suaded persuaded her to break away. The
reason "Will be made public at the
trial, if any .,. Kermit Bloomgar Bloomgar-ten,
ten, Bloomgar-ten, co-producer of, "Maiden Voy Voyage"
age" Voyage" starring Melvyn Douglas (it
ppens March 14). who, has given
two important" roles td unknowns
discovered in off-Broadway shows.
The actresses are Bryarly Lee and
Colleen Dewhurst ... Ernest Borg Borg-nine,
nine, Borg-nine, who suffered so, losing 30 lbs
for his role in "Three Brave Men"
;.. Darryl Zanuck, back in town to
finish casting his film, "The Sun
Also Rises." His "Island in the
Sun" opus is ready ..; Songstress
Ann Gilbert playing the quickest
return booking in Music Hall his history.
tory. history. She has an enjoyable platter
in "Johnny" ... Enrol Flynn's nov novel
el novel haberdashery twist. Wears a
question mark monogram on his
shirts. People who ssk silly queri queries
es queries receive blush-making retorts.
New Yorkers Are Talking About:
La Vera Baker's first smash rec
ord, "Jim Dapdy." It raised her
personal appearance fee to $2,00)
per mght ... "Lil Abner" dancer
Sharon Shore, who has a proposal1
of marriage from Craig Lawson.1
Canadian lumber tycoon. One of
the promised wedding presents:
Muldoon." nettint 1200.000 from
an industrialist for bis ballfield
property on Jericho Turnpike.
Barton wisely invested the money
he made before vaudeville died
He also owns a 17-room home and
restaurant nearby... "Fog," which
was heavily censored by teevee
bluenoses last Fall, being purchas purchased
ed purchased by Henry C. Brown. He will
make it a film. He paid $50,000 Just
for the TV script. It deals with a
man-made fog which envelops a
small town ... The bad check pass passer,
er, passer, who has swindled most big stor stores
es stores (on 5th Avenue) out of $100,000
in 4 months... TV critic John Cros Crosby
by Crosby recuperating at Drs. Hosp af after
ter after a sudden attack.
John Roosevelt's snub of the Re Republican
publican Republican Club's Lincoln Day ev event,
ent, event, which turned into a comedy
of errors. The huge birthday cake
was carried in 'ceremoniously by
four waiters and then shoved
clumsily behind the dais ... The
former lightweigh champion, who
works the lights in the Palace
Theater booth The theme of



Mew York

the "Tonight" TV (amateur-night
program: "Jim and Andy s, nam
ed for the saloon by that name oi
W. 48th Street. Kay Winding intro introduced
duced introduced it on a Columbia Ip. ... Tbo
confusion among musi c i a n s on
which show follows "Mr. Wonder
ful" into the. Broadway Theater.
"Package From Paris" (according
to the, tooters who hang out at Ju
nior's) or "Shinbone Ailey"?...The
pit-men, who hang out In The Spot
light say they've been hired to toot
le it in mid-April Helene Rog
ers (The Kitty Kelly shoe heiress)
and Dan Segal (a night club own
er), a steady duet at The Living
Room ... Ruth Marion who-' opens
at' Carhegie. Playhouse, thisiee
in "Tbe Lady's Not For Burning.'
She return to the stage after 21
years. Now has ten grandtots.
The Iron Butterfly." Lee Ro-
gow s last script, which his wife
found (among his effects) follow following
ing following that Army plane crash whic.i
killed him. 20th Century-Fox paid
the widow a mittful for the synop
sis only six pages. Rogow told
pals the Idea was inspired "by Die
trich and her daughter" ... "Pood "Poodle
le "Poodle Walk," the latest Coral platter
f ":.. a
thfn. Rv AifreH :h Ah
tlung. Roy Alfred and Abner SUver

I?,, 1,V. r HNoir.e.' M!el question,"-protested Johnson. A A-star
star A-star of "Take Giant Step," who he 'repeated it
double, at U 9toBW5g$ of the United
Force son (in JapanT just notifiel Nationg DeUeve sanctions should
her that he married a JapaneseDe imposed, we will support that
girl and "you win soon' be a grod-iro8ition.'' Dulles finally declared.

m" ; :.. 1,0 Hur, who gotNrnif-
iea at warner s 101 not giving mrv.
5 tonuuergo roie. ne u wurms
e nation as the films press a
gent telling newspaper peoplo
uuw greai jainea oiewan ia in ui3
part ... Ceil Chapman's ex's sut-.
pected splituation with his Texas
Garbo's gallivanting. Luncheon-
ed at Romeo Salt a 's with Baron,
Rothschild and had dinner there

with pianist Mario Br.ggiotti unXXS?

sundown. The latter is estranged
from his wife, t lager heiress .-Mike
Mike .-Mike Wallace's TV depot reported
ly dickering with Al Morgan, au
thor of "The Great Man." to take
over "Night Beat" when Wallace
transfers networks ... Good House Housekeeping,
keeping, Housekeeping, the mag, topping the 4
million circulation mark...N a a cy
White Joining Harper's Bazaar (as
ass't ed) next month ...-The State
Department's bid for Jackie Robin
son to tour Asir as a Good-Will
Ambassador ... The legend that
Joan Crawford brings along a bot
tle of champagne (in silver chai
ice) to first-nights ... Grsce Kelly's
pet photog (Hrwell Conant) who
gets exclusive pix of the Princess.
Editors have complained to Her
Grace that Corant "has become
most difficult" and to do some somethings
things somethings Grace won't bother.- She
has a very warm spot in her heart
tor nr. u
TEL. 3-1501 :




WASHINGTON Inside fact a
bout the President's hurried return
from Thorn as ville to face the Is Israeli
raeli Israeli crisis was that assistant pres president
ident president Sherman Adams warned him
revolt was brewing in Congress.
Adams called the: President to
say that a resolution might sail
through both houses of Congress
condemning sanctions against ; Is Israel
rael Israel unless Ike came back to take
personal charge of the explosive si situation.
tuation. situation. ...
. Such a resolution not only would
tie the administration's bands be before
fore before the United Nations but might
endanger the'entire legislative pro program
gram program in Congress.,' v r,
At first, the President wanted
the 27 Congressional leaders to fly
to Thomasville to see him.
s But when Sen. Lyndon Johnson
of Texas replied, "The American
people are under .the impression
that Washington Is still the Capital
of the United States," be flew back
to Washington.
Arriving at the White House, Ike
hlew off steam nrivately against
Israel and what he called the "Jew
ish lohhv
He gave no bint of this later as
he sat witn congressional leaaers.
He ; seemed,' however, unusually
discouraged and depressed L ;
The President opened the confer conference
ence conference by reading a prepared state
ment reviewing the Israeli situa situation
tion situation to date. He coughed occasion'
ally, apologized for laryngitis and
said: "Foster bad better talk."
Foster Dulles then outlined
the situation pretty much as the
j.. uau reported It.
"I've tried, but I am frank to ad admit
mit admit that it is difficult to find words
to adequately deal with the situa situation
tion situation wherein a little nation, of the
fretf world, like Israel, whom we
all want to protect, is at me same
time euiltv of agression into the
territory of another," admitted
Dulles. :
r"There is nothing the United
States can do to stop sanctions a a-gainst
gainst a-gainst Israel,". Dulles concluded.
The only course, he tnougnt, was
for Israel to withdraw from the
Gaza StriD and An aba Gulf,
Unless Israel withdraws quickly,
Dulles warned, the situation -will
worsen. ,
"A flicker could start and devel
op into a flame. If Israel doesn't
withdraw, euerrilla warfare might
break out and you can't tell where
it would stop." s
He added that even the Soviet U-
nion, might: be brought into tne
After iJuues naa taixea ror auoui

20 minutes,. a Senator broker m:i tThen, looking straignr at ,ixe, ne
Isntirtrvte thathaf yPir,ayeiSirdr6T3odyian peak(for the i
just said is a polite way of saying country but Jou, Mr? President.'
a jL' .11 ...Hn. TT I T i ii..J W ilAr 4w.te.tAa4,unial 1

the administration will support U
nited Nations action of sanctions
nffainsf Israel?"
f'The JUnited States will not seek
sanctions," Dulles replied, "but it
is difficult to see how sanctions
can be avoided."
: : i
, "Mr. Secretary," broke in Sen.
Johnson of Texas, "I don't think
you .were very responsive to that
question.' Then Lyndon repeated
the question. ;
"Our policy, retorted Dulles,
"is to WP0 United Nations."
..That tiii doe.nt aner the
"Doesn't that place us in4he role
,nnnrHna Aimh ttandarri?"
asked Johnson, refening to ut
fact that we are not bringing sane,
tions against Russia for the Hunga-
rian bloodbath. '
The Secretary of State said he
didn't believe that was the case.
"The Question of sanctions was
ver, raised," he said, "in the
Hungarian matter."
Ambassador Henry Cabot Lodge
then took over for about half an
hour, discussing the maneuvering
and manipulating wnai naa oeeo
, 1 : J .t TT.U.J V.tinna
al (ticpuitaion
"I have delayed action on a UN
resolution as long as I can, to give
the United states time to oring
bout a voluntary withdrawal of Is

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The Panama Coco-Cola Bottling Company
Tha Annual Meeting; of the ttockholdert of The
Panama Coca-Cola Bottling. Company will ba held :
on Monday, March 1 8. 1957, at 4:00 P-rn. at thp
main of flea of tha Company located at No. 19
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raeli troops from the Gaza and i.
qaba Gulf areas," said Lodge.
"but I cannot delay it much long
"Soon the ceasefire agreement
will run out and then anvthini? mav
happen. Nasser m i g h t : m a k a
trouble, probably with assistance
from Russia.
After Lodge finished, Sen. Ful.
bright of Arkansas asked poipt poipt-blank
blank poipt-blank : "What would the adminis
tratlon want members of Congress
to do?" ...,
Ike replied that he would like
Congress to support Jthe adminis administration's
tration's administration's demand that Israel with
draw and -also support subsequent
.nt... In .k. T T l XT i
uuu ju ute vuiieu xiauons.
i Dulles' Suggested the leaders at attending
tending attending the meeting might work up
a statement and issue it on leav leaving
ing leaving the White House showing, that 1
Congress is behind the administra-
At thi? point Fulbright suggested,
a Senate resolution requesting that
Israel withdraw, but simultaneous--
ly pledging American support .of
Israel s interests. This, he said,
might reassure Israel that the. U U-nited
nited U-nited States would protect her in.
terestevs:.. ?v--?! ::,--;-y h-
The President frightened visibly.
He sat up and listened as if some something
thing something had come along to Break the
But Speaker Sma Ray burn'
promptly torpedoed his hopes.
"I can tell you right now," he
said, "you'd never get it through
the: House. It's out of the question.
The House is a direct action body,
but you'd get no action on that. Ev Even
en Even if we had the time, I would op. -pose
ty,"' . I
"The Senate is not a direct ac action
tion action body,", interposed Senate lead leader
er leader Johnson.. "We'd debate that a
long time." '
. The President leaned back, ob obviously,
viously, obviously, disappointed.
Rep John Vorys (R.-Ohio) said
he thought Dulles's idea of a state statement
ment statement by the Congressional leaders
was the best approach.- Senator
Wiley (R-Wis.) asked' Dulles what
kind of statement he had in mind.
Dulles suggested it be written a a-long
long a-long the lines of the President's
weekend statement. v '
The session lasted-for about two
and a half hours, so' long that all
the highlights can't be reported in
one column., ,
At the very end, Senator Russell
of Georgia said: "Mn President,
we can be here au oay ana suu no.
set anvwhere." -At
In a tire but riot irritated Voice,
Ike replied: J"l am-willing to take -the
responsibility.'.' He turned to
Jim Hagerty and asked him to see
about arranging for radio-TV time.


POSSIBILITY Hugh Meade Meade-Alcorn
Alcorn Meade-Alcorn Jr, 80, Suffield, Conn,
lawyer, is considered by top
Republicans as a possible choice
to succeed Leonard Hall as
chairman of the Republican
, National Committee. A former
member of the Connecticut
House of Representatives and,
long-time Ike booster, be Is a
partner in the Hartford, Conn-
law Arm of Alcorn, Bakewell
end Alcorn, -'"v r-" '.

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In Effort To Monopolize Pinball Business

WASHINGTON, .Mar, 1 UP) UP)-Rackeleers
Rackeleers UP)-Rackeleers supported by the

Teamsters Union used union
picket lines in an effort to monop monopolize
olize monopolize pinball operations through throughout
out throughout Oregon, a gambler testified
James B. Elkins, a talkative
ame-of-chance man fr&m Port Port-'
' Port-' land, told the Senate Labor Rack-

via juv caiigaung .. uui
the scheme, if successful, would
have netted $250,000 a year.
He testified that the plan was
actually1 put into effect in Port

land with Teamster backing. He

saia agents 01 tne union insisted
that owners of taverns and other
'pinball "locations' use only ma

chines bearing the stamp of the

If the owner refused, he said,

the 1 union threw picket ; lines

, around his establishment,: cutting

off deliveries and nurtine his


: Refused Te Testify

s The committee ; called Frank

Malloy, a Teamster official in
Portland. to answer the charge.

But Malloy, who was accused of

shutting down the Mt. Hood caie

because it was Using non non-'
' non-' Teamster pinball machines re refused
fused refused to testify on t grounds of
possible self-incrimniation..
.Chairman John L. McClellan
: (D-Ark) ordered the committee
staff to prepare a contempt of
Congress citation which requires
committee : and Senate approval
before ft can be prosecuted.

i It was the third day of testl-
inony ; for Elkins, Texas born
gray-haired veteran of triubles
with the law.

He ; has spiced his testimony

Elkins said another silent part'

ner was Thomas1 .E. Maloney.

Seattle gambler' and a close

friend of Frank W. Brewster, boss

ot- tne western .Teamsters..

He said only- the pinball ma

chines of Acme were given the

Teamsters stamp. After the firm

was organized, he said, be was

present at a meeting in which

McLaughlin said the pinball oper

ation In Portland '.'would work the

same ,, as in- other, towns." ; .:

"They'd picket," i Elkins 'said.
"Budge xould have any location
he wanted."
- He added that Clyde S.Crosby.

. with charges linking hih Team-Teamster organizer lor Oregon,

ster officials or their friends with

houses of prostitution, racketeer

ing,' gambling, political shenani

gans and pinball machines,
' f 200 A Day

An Old-time Dinhall nnprfltnr

nimseu, tiKins toid the commit

tee a machine in a ood location

could take in as much as $200

a aay. He estimated there were

nearly 2,000 machines in Port

land alone.

The machines were operated

while a ban was being contested

in court.

' Elkins said he became a silent

partner in the Acme Amusement

to., which, he added, was set up

Joseph P. McLaughlin,' Seattle

gambler, who, he has testified

was sent by West Coast Teamster

officials to organize- Portland s

with vice-Veral P. (Budge) Wright

a pinball operator Fred Elkins.

the witness', brother, and Herman

Walter, an associate of Wright,

Silent Partner -'

'.would send a man around from
the Teamsters and would tell the
owner of the tavern or inn he'd

have to get his pinballs out unless

they had a union sticker.

spread Monopoly

Elkins said McLaughlin 1 had

ideas ot spreading the. Acme Din

ball monopoly throughout Oregon.

.j"The v take would have been

fahtasUc-a quarter of a million

a year," .be said.

-'" He' said McLaughlin 'sent Team

ster oranlzer Crosby to persuade

the mayor .and city council to

legalize puiDau macmnes.

City commissioner Stanley w,

Earl told the committee Crosby

warned him that "either I support
pinballs or I would have political

opposition.'; He' said he : voted

against them and ''from then on

I got the opposition oil the Team Teamsters
sters Teamsters Union. v

uted $4,750 to John .J. O'Donnel

who ran against him for the 'city

council Jast.year. s.

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lowled man who operates the Mt.

Hood Cafe, told the, committee he

was 'one tavern;' owner who was

punished by- the Teamsters be
cause he: had two :pinball tou

chiness beloneine to a. non-Acme

operator, Stanley Terry.

He s aid Teamster ouiciai. raai

loy ordered, him to remove the

machines or be picketed.

"I said you, can't picKet me

belong to tne uuinary. worKers

Union," ? grouch said. But twd
lavs: later., pickets appeared in

front of his cafe and hi custom

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enter and tne Teamsters wouia

not deliver supplies.1

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supply -of coffee t, and bread,

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Today, Friday, March 1


4:00 Feature Review

30 What's Your Favorite. ( re-

. quests taken by phone
till 3:00)
5:30 News

o:35-What'a Your Favorite

. (cont'd) 5

6:00 Allen Jackson Commen.



REVIEW (Pabst Beer)

6: SO Top Tunes of the Week

' (WKUL)


toy) J' I
70--VOAReport from US.
8:00 Music By Roth l

1:30 Short Story Theater

9:00 You Asked For it (re-

. quests taken by phone

uu,-f:3U) -9:30-You
Asked For It (re
10:30 Cavalcade Of America
ll:00-lazz Till Midnight

12:00 Sign Off.

Tomorrow, Saturday, March 2





the Screen:. Ralph Edward's oper

ation for an infection will keep him
off This Is Your Life" for three
weeks instead of the announced

one. Medics Insisted on' a lon

er recuperation period ...Mrs. Har-

" ry Belafonte will get. her final div divorce
orce divorce papers in Las Vegas while

Harry 'a warblinf at the Hotel Ri
viera there . i m.

A national magazine's soon- to-be-published
profile of George Raft

will deDiuut nis reputauoa as a



. wood can do better.

' But almost everything Hollywood

can do, television can do quicker.
Take the life story' of Helen

Morgan, the famed blues singer nf

the Roaring Twenties. You might
as well take it because everyone
else ia Warner' Bros, took it as
exciting movie fare and it's being
'filmed now with Ami Blyta playing
Helen.- ... ', .
" -.: t-3 Oi -i v j.'. .J
: CBS-TV also took It, For a big

Playhouse 90 show in April, which

will beat the movie version to the



Bros.': are recheckini the studio's

legal righr following the CBS an-'

noun cement tnat the network bad
purchased "live TV" right to the
Morgan ei ory from her mother.
There's even talk that there may
be a legal tug of war between War Warners
ners Warners '.and CBS over the property.
At one studio spokesman told me:
"We can, film our stories better

but these quickie TV. versions of
our Me is are going to cost us mon money
ey money at the box office. Maybe we can
find a legal answer to keep tbem
off the ai'." v; j
'--''' J
But It isn't the first time TV has!
pulled the rag out from ander Hol-j

year ao Hollywood was busy con

verting TV's best dramatic shows
into movies but because so many
people had seen them on, home
screens, the theatrical ver s i 0 n s

missea ai tne box office.
So now Hollywood's at bat with

orapa new material and TV

stealing home first. CBS also has
announced a TV dramatizing nf

vamon Kunyoc's life, now in the

movie planning stage, and anoth

er I V drama. "The MM Rnmtwn-

NBC's also planning a show about
a mad bomber titled'Panic." Next

monm rox wui start filminc the

same story Utied "The Mad Bomh.

er 01 ivew York City," foUowing
two months' preparation. No wond wonder
er wonder Hollywood's mad..

Hoflywooditea Are Talking 'a.

bout: MGM'a plans to film 90-min-

uie movies ror TV ... Warner Bro.

junking that photo of Carrol Baker
sucking her thumb' in a crib, in
the ads for "Baby DolL" New ao-

proach is toward eliminating the

coniroversT" aneie and aimin

for Academy Award dignity. The
studio's comment. "We've mad

our point," U the understatement

ot ine vear. (

1 Used, Monkey Wrench,

"Mallov followed, me. and told

the coffee man to put the coffee

back in his truck; Crouch sail.

"I took a monkey wrench out ot

my car and said nobody toucnes

this coffee ot he' gets a sore
head.' I told Malloy to get in his
car and drive- away if he didn't

want a monkey wrench through

the windshield. He left."

He said he finally had to close

his efa for three months. When

ho re-opened, he said, he took bis
pinball machines from Acme,
raited to the witness stand, the

burly t Malloy took refuge in thJ

inn Amenamem. jne
committee little information other

tbanrhis name and. the fact that
ho hadi. been, with the. Teamsters

Union for 25 yeara.nJ,!i7V';i
i h nlainert that he is under

two Indictments' in Portland one

for alleged extortion as a result

of the- MC Hood uaie picKeung
and another for alleged con

M.ilnv denied hav na- other than

union business aeaiings wun ro ro-hv
hv ro-hv But he declined to say wheth

er he discussed pinball, machines

with him. ;. :

McClellan ordered Mauoy,
under threat ; of contempt, to
answer on grounds he already
had waived Fifth Amendment
protection by denying he had
non-union dealings with Crosby.
He still refused. .-,, -:-
Teenage MonrTries
Stealing' Food To
Feed Hungry Babes

CINCINNATI (UP) A 17-year-old
mother who was arrested for

attemntinc vl- break into a 100a

store because "I couldn't stand o

see mv babies hungry," wss back

until hpr children today.

k Patrolman Albert Elsbernd said

he arrved Wedneaday just as Mrs.
Karen Correl was about to throw

a brick through the wmdow of a

food store. '

"I thought it was a man," Els

bernd said. "She was dressed in

blue jeans and a heavy -black

leather )acfcet."

The officer said ne tired sev

eral shots when Mrs. Correl
dropped the brick and began to

"I'd never steal for myself1

Mrs. Correl told police, "but I
can't stand seeing my babies hun

gry. I was desperate, I guess.".

She said there was no food left
for her children. '.

At the Correl borne, police found

the father, James, 19, and the two!

a:m. ,1
8:00 Sign On i Alarm Clock
. Club (requests taken

by phone till 7:00)
7:30 Jazz Salon
8:15 The Christophers

1:30 Musical Reveille
9:00 News
9:15 Bon Jour Mesdames ',
9:30 Paris star Time
10:00 News 7
10:05 Spins And Needles (re (requests
quests (requests taken by phont
till 8:30)
11:00 News

11:05 Spins And Needles

- (cont'd)

11:30 Journey into Space

iz:uu news

PJM. v '

12:05 Luncheon Music

12:30 New Tune Time

1:00 News
1:15 Serenade In Blue
1:30 Wayne King Serenade
2:00 Old New Orleans
2:15 Rhythm And Reason
2:30 Paris Star Time
3:00 Concert On The Matf" -3:30
Music For Saturday
4:00 Feature Review 1
tlSO-iWliat'i Yoiir Favorite fre.

juests W taken by phont

:30 News

5 :35 What'i Your Favorite

, i cont'd)
6:00 Guest Star


REVIEW (Pabst Beer)
6:30 Manhattan Melodlea
6:45 Do It Yourself

' 7:00 Much-Binding

caw vua Keport from U.S.
:00-Saturday Night Dancini
8:30 Educating Archie
9:00 Your Hit Parade
9:30 Ray a Laugh
10:00 Music From Hotel El Pan Pan-.
. Pan-. ama
10:30 Owl'a Nest (requests
taken by phone through throughout
out throughout program)
1:00 a.m. Sunday sign Oft.

hHhfffiV n!?nfT,NQiM'!rtv1 counc11 dlscuss plans for the four dav festivities to be held'dur
tag. the latter part, of March at the Service Club. Plans Include a Monte Carlo nieht a street dann nA .C
with many other activities. From left to right are: Sp3 Norbert H. Opyd Sp3 James A Anderson Pfc William 4frHin
Sally Mccorkle. program director for the club, Wc. Bere Benjamin. M Ma?ar ? Rainev? rvii fni iniifr

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Martin, Sp3 David E.. Sampson, Sp3 Ralph D. Crumley and Pfc. Conwell'D. Williams'

(U.S. Army Photo )lt

Ex-Cons Held For Slaying Six
In 'Chinese Execution' Style

HARTFORD, Conn., Mar. I history. Manv liauor dealer

(UP) Six slayings that were closed their stores earlier than

carried out in "Chinese execu-usual during the reicn of terror.

children, ages 16 months and 3
months, sleeping.
They said thev found thr

four carrots and a half -filled bottle
of milk in the refrigerator and two

cans oi soup in the cabinet.
"I told her not to do it," police

quotea me nusnand.

ronce said Correil quit his job

at a oakery five weeks ago be because
cause because he couldn't get along with
fellow workers.
Correl told police he had annlied

forfrelief benefits but had not yet

receiyea any. airs, correl was e e-ferred
ferred e-ferred to Juvenile Court authori

ties ana men sent nome to care
for her children.

tion'' style ir Connecticut during

the past 10 weeks were cnarged

to two. ex-convicU at ineir ar

raignment today.

One of the accused men, Arthur
Culombe, 33 of Hartford, had
confessed, State Police Maj.

George Remer announced. Cu

lombe was said; to nave impli

cated Joseph jTaborsky, .33,, of

Brooklyn, "5, tl second man


The six persons Culombe and

Taborsky were accused of killing

all were shot in the back of the

head after they had been forced
to kneel. That is the execution

method that has been used in
China since beheading with a

sword was discontinued.

Culombe and Taborsky were

arrested las. Saturday on technl

cal charges of -breach of the
peace. They were arraigned sep separately
arately separately today-before Judge Abra

ham S. -Bordon on charges of, first

degree murder. :

U Taken ,.Te, Scenes J(. t
'! -VJ J(

; State ' Police 3 Commissioner

Joseph C. Kelly said Culombe was

taken to the scenes or tne crimes

to clear up the situation) ;
' " f

Authorities refused to disclose
how they were led to Culombe

and Taborsky. They said Tabor

skv was released from the Con

necticut State Prinson 16 months

aeo on a technicality-after spend

ing more than four years in death

row awaiting execution ior vne
1951 slaying of a Hartford liquor


Composer Loses
Hook Hand


Richard Brown

Tenn. (UP)

Negro baritone

Bishop Is Only
Yank In Red China

Not In Prison


Others obtained gun permits. Re

wards totaling $10,000 were off.

ered ior information leading to

me capture oi tne slayers.
Police said two weapons used
in the slayings were .found in
Culombe's apartment, Six other
guns and several navy weather
masks of, the type used by the
"Chinese execution" killers also
were found.

and song writer who compose!1 HONG KONG (UP American.

ine Handicaps flea," issued

anotner plea today for his miss
ing "hook hand."

prown, wnose right hand is
missing at the wrist, said he was

tilling an engagement in Alabama
when someone stole the hook out

of his traveling bag. He said he

can t even dress himself without
the attachment.
Brown said he wrote his song
"to encourage handicapped peo people,
ple, people, but now I'm pretty despond

ent myself." 1

born Mrs. Juanita Byrd .Huani

arrived today from Communnl
China to join her missionary hus husband
band husband who left Red China a moii
ao. t .:;
Mrs. Huang's departure' leavel
Catholic Bishop James Walsh 4kt
only American in Red China whs

is not m prison.


Haung, 53, was born iff

Mount' Olive, Miss. Her moths!

how lives in Nashville, Tenn.




The "Chinese execution" slay

ers had terrorized central Con

necticut since last Dec. 15.

Their first victims were Ed

ward Kurnewski and Daniel J.

Janowski.' both 30 were killed at i

Kurpewskt s s ervice station in

New Britain. 10 miles southwest

of here. Less than an hour
earlier," Nickola Leone, 66, was

shot in the head and senousiy

wounded in his tailor shop In

Hartford. He survived, however.

On the day after Christmas,

Samuel Cohn, 65, was killed by

shot in the head in his uquor

store in East Hartford.'

On Jan 5, Mr. and Mrs. Ber

nard Speyer, of Meriden, Conn.,
customers in a North Haven shoe

store were slain in similar fashion
while Frank Adinolfi, manager of

the store, was pistol-whipped and.

robbed of $50.


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'"?'" hInn, cos.

1 '. trom rour e.mlt tu7

The sixth victim, John Rosen

thal. 69. wss killed five davs

Iflkd If ill luc iicau iu 11 io

uauor-stare here.

The slayings touched off the

largest police manhunt in state

1 ; fpC



Requiem Mass
A requiem mass will he held
tomorrow morninr at 6 in SC
Christopher's Church for the.
late Daniel Osborne, who died



187 Central Ave. 137


, ORSON vWtLLi$' explanation
on why he seldom sees himself on
the screen want to believe I'm
a helluva, actor and the only war

The conversation between two
diiry blondes in a movie town bar:
First blonder "Do you know
something 1 caught my husband
flirting." .: V
S.B.: "How amazing. Thafi Vow

I taught mine, too."
CoL Tons Parker, who manages
Elvis Presley's career, confession
fiaj at one ume be was the groom
for Tom Mil's horse. ... X-rays re revealing
vealing revealing Bing Crosby is okay foUoW-1
ing likt year' surgery ..Si Luffs
talking about suing CBS for breach

lywood, movie plans and there is f contract. The network lore ep
growing aner amon hih film brass Judy Garland's contract when ih.

over this revoltin' turn of evenU. a nixed a speeaculr scripts


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V. Hlghtower, deputy commanding general, U.S. Army Carib Caribbean,
bean, Caribbean, crowns Miss Joen Sole as the Balboa Armed Services
YMCA-USO Carnival Queen for 1957 at the 14th Annual Coro Coronation
nation Coronation Ball held last Saturday evening at the Balboa YMCA YMCA-USO
USO YMCA-USO auditorium. Miss Sole was chosen by popular vote of the
servicemen and junior hostesses at the YMCA-USO dances.
She received her crown from Miss Aurora Guerra, 1956 Car,
nival Queen. Gen. and Mrs. Hightower were guests of honor
for the occasion. (U.S. Army Photo)

1 An official welcome to Queen Rosalia I at 12:30 p.m.
' and the delivery of the keys of Panama at the City Hall at
1:15 p.m. will officially open 1957 Carnivla, tomorrow.
At 3 pr.n. there will be reception at the Hotel El Pan Panama
ama Panama for the Queen and her Court, followed by a parade of
costumed groups at 4 p.m.
At 8 p.m. Queen Rosalia will be crowned at the Na Na-'.
'. Na-'. tional Stadium. Public dancing in the main parks will fol follow.
low. follow. The climax of the evening will be a Gala Ball at the
Hotel El Panama, where the Queen's throne has been erect erected.

Sir And Lady Metcalfe
Here Fer Few, Days

Sir Ralph Metcalfe and La d v

', lletcalie arrived from Lontoik vet-

. terday aboard the KuahineaK:

. kit unjfs my qo me uuimui

K They are domiciled at Hotel El

Beautiful and Colorful
New Styles.
Prices Incredibly Low.

opposite the Ancon P.O.

Notable Visitor!
Here For. Carnival
Many notables from the enter entertainment
tainment entertainment world have arrived in

Panama to-attend the igala festi

vities of the .-carnival. l,

Colon Makes Plans'
Fer Carnival
-' On Monday evening, March K

there will be a typical Manama
man carniyal danc at the swan
gers Club from W p.m. until 4
a.m. sponsored jointly by the Co
Ion Unit of the later-American. As
sociation of St. Mary's Academy
The proceeds will be tor the cba

rities of these two organizations.

There will be beauUtul polleras

and montunas, the gay music cf

Fill ToKiatoss With Spinach

JTry Beans Vith Chive Sauce

KEA Food and Markets Editor

IN wintertime, fresh vegetables

elve extra clow to the menu. Try.

for example, these two unusually

good recipes for baked tomatoes

stude with spinach, and snap

beans with sour cream and chive
Baked Tomatoes Stuffed With
Fresh Spinach (Yield: servings )

Wash 6 fresh tomatoes and scoop

George Miller's orchestra, confetti out centers. Drain while cooking

and seroenrine to add to the iesti

vities ot the only night of carnival

in colon.

Tickets are one dollar per per

son and may be purchased at the

door. The door prize is a trip fo;
two to Taboga Island.
Ma. And Mrs. Schoomaker
Entertain With Barbecue
Outdoor entertaining is even

more popular than ever this Dry
Season. Mai. and Mrs. Fred. B.

Schoomaker are one of the cou couples
ples couples who entertained with a bar barbecue
becue barbecue last weekend.

Among those who attended the

party were Col. and Mrs. Noel M.

Cox and their guest Mr. Leo F.

Henebry; Co. and Mrs. James

L. Frank, Jr.; Lt. Col. and Mrs.
Walter G. Downey; Lt. Col. and
Mrs. Lloyd A. Brown; Lt. CoL
and Mrs. Ralph Rose; Lt. Col

and Mrs. Richard M. Lovelace;

Lt. Col. and Mrs. Albert C. Da Da-vies;
vies; Da-vies; Lt. Col. and Mrs. Charles A.
Rowan; Lt. Col. and Mrs. Roy A.

Morden, and their guests Mr. and

Mrs. E. C. Barnes; Lt. Col. and

Mrs. Charles Kaiser; Lt. Col. and

Mrs. Thomas Arnold: Lt. Col. and

Mrs. Louis B. Trevethan; Lt. CoL

and Mrs. Albert G. Hume; Maj.

and Mrs. Kenneth F. Brown: Capt

and Mrs. Robert Friar; Capt. and
Mrs. Walter Hickle; Capt. and
Mrs. Charles Shanahan; Capt. and

Mrs. Herbert Clark; Capt. an d

Mrs. Geo. Higgins; Capt. and

Mrs. John Komp; and Lt. and

Mrs. Richard J. LeCroy.


Wash anl trim 1 'pound fresh
spinach. Cook without water 3 to
5 minutes or until tender-crisp.
Crop fine and add 1-3 cup soft
bread crumbs, 1 1-2 teaspoons salt,
1-4 teaspoon ground black pepper
and 6 strips crisp bacon, crumbled.
Spoon Into drained tomatoes.

Combine 3-4 cup
crumbs- with ; 1 1-2

soft-; bread

melted bacon fat and sprinkle ov over
er over tomatoes.

- Bake in a preheated moderate
oven (350 degrees F.) 20 minutes

or until crumbs are. brown. Serve

at once.. i f
Fresh Snap Beans- With Sour
- CreanvChive Sauce
(Yield: 4-5 servings)
' Wash 1 pound fresh snap beans

and remove tips; Place in a sauce

pan with 1 inch boiling water and
1 teaspoon salt. Bring to boiling
point and boil, uncovered, 3 to 5
minutes. Cover "and boll until ten tender,
der, tender, 15 to 18 minutes. v
Drain, if necessary. Turn into a
serving dish,'
Mix 1 cup dairy sour cream with
1 tablespoon chopped resh chives
and 1-8 teaspoon ground black pep

per ana neat. iuu inux cuiw.

Pour as desired

beans, Serve at once.

over top o

Panama i-ino

Those 'who arrived yesterday li-i of them were delegates to the re-

elude: Patrice Munsel, Metropo

litan Opera star; Mitch Miller
chief of Columbia Records popula
music division; Mr. and Mrs. Ar

thur Murray, famous dancing in instructors
structors instructors and stars of their own
TV show; Robert Schuler, TV di

rector; and Arthur Van Horn, ra

dio and TV commentator,

Representatives of the press In

the United States who have flown
in for the celebration are Phyllis

Battelle, daily syndicated INS col

umnist; Herb Kratovu, assistant

editor of Business Week magazine;

ana author Dee Day who plans to
write a book on the history of Pa Panama.
nama. Panama. They all are staying at EI

Panama Hotel.
Miss Mildred Drew
Returns Home
Miss Mildred Drew left yester yesterday
day yesterday morning for her home in Riv Riverside,
erside, Riverside, Conn.
The night before her departure,
her brother-in-law Mr. F. von
Krusentierna gave a small dinner
party at the Tivoli Guest House
in her honor.

Col. Hugh Arnold

Addresses Rotarlaiis

Col. Hugh M. Arnold, Construe

tion and Engineering Director of

the Panama Canal addressed the
Panama Rotary Club yesterday

and discussed the future of the

Canal. His talk was one of the ma

ny features of Engineers Week,

which began Sunday.

A large number of visiting Rota Rota-rianM;
rianM; Rota-rianM; attended the meeting. Many

cent Central


American District

Visitors included Isidro Leon
York, of Jinotega, Nicaragua;
Juan Wang, of Managua; Rafael
Castrellon Irias, of Jinotega; Juan

Viudas and Asfrubal Leon, of He
redia, Costa Rica; Dr. H. M. Beck
man, of Spokane, Washington; Al
len Undo, of San Salvador; Artu
to Volio, of San Jose; C. V. Con
der, of Lafayette, Ind.; L. R.
Hutchinsson. of Maysville, Kentuc

ky; C. L. Fenton,! of Newburgh,

New York: Tom Nuckles, of Wi

chita Falls; Doak Campbell, of

Tallahassee; Juan E. Picado, of
San Jose; L. Boyd, of Crystal

Falls, Mich.; and Osvaldo Heil Heil-bron,
bron, Heil-bron, of Cristobal-Colon.

Other guests were it. LomDana,

of Panama; Orlando Pereira of

Trinidad; Col. Raymond Hill, of
US Army Caribbean; Ed Hen Hendricks,
dricks, Hendricks, of Conzanovia, N.Y.; Dr.
Abraham Vereide, of Washington,
D.C., and Ralph McClain, of Pa


A total of 103 passengers,; most
of them tourists were booked for
Cristobal aboard the Panama liner
Cristobal whieh sailed from "New
York Tuesday night at 9 o'clock.

Forty passengers are scheduled to
disembark at Port-au-Prince, Haiti.
The Cristobal is expected to ar arrive
rive arrive in Cristobal Monday after afternoon,
noon, afternoon, and will include the regular regularly
ly regularly scheduled stop at Port-au-Prince
on the southbound voyage.
The complete advance passenger
list follows:
Mrs. Josephine Angelo, Mrs. Ro Rosa
sa Rosa Balfe and son, Mr. and Mrs,
Richard Bennett, Mr. and Mrs.
Vernon Bircher and three children,
Mrs. Betty J. K. Bradburn, Dr.
and Mrs. William T. Carleton, MrJ

and Mrs. James Chamberlain, Miss
Agnes Chapman, Mrs. Martha

Clayton, Mr. and Mrs. Emerson A.
Cottrell. Mr. and Mrs. Howard

Cowing, Mr and Mrs. Peter Crot-

ty, Dr. and Mrs. William Cullen
George H. Curtis, Mr. and Mrs.

Winfield F. Fearn, Mrs. Edward

Flaacke, Mr. and Mrs. John For
tune, Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Fra

leigh Miss Carolina Gandalfo, Miss

Mary C. Garrety Mr; and ,M s.
Lee Gravest Mr. nd $ M t a. H.

Gates, Mrs. Georgia Grolock, MrJ

and :j(Ottav Grunjtx'fff..
Mrs. Genarina A. Heurtematte,

Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hussey, Mr.
and Mrs Edward Isaacs, Mr

George O. Jenkins, Mr. and Mrs.

H. Lawrence Jones, Mr. and Mrs
Martin Kelley. Mr. and Mrs. Theo

dore Kendall, Mr, and Mrs. Ed

ward K. Kennedy, Mr. and Mrs.:

Robert Kridel, Mr. and Mrs.

George L. Lamed, Mr. and Mrs.
Jacob Loeffler, Ronald Loeffler,

Mrs. Frances McCreary, Mr. and

Mrs. John Mceen, Mr. and Mrs.
T. S. McShane, Miss Dora Matu

re, Dr. and Mrs. A. M. Meloro,

Mrs Richard Mitchell, Dr. and

Mrs. Joseph Moran, and G. R.
Miss Sylvia Restrepo. Mrs. An

na Restrepo, Mr. and Mrs. Benja

min Rossman, Biaggio Sberna,
Mr. and Mrs. William R. Schultz.

Mrs. Myra Seifrijt, Mr. and Mrs.
E. Wesley Smith, Miss Ruth M.
Spicer Mr. and Mrs. Theodre
Starr. Mr. and Mrs. Ted Stutz-

man, Mr. and, Mrs. Kenneth F.

Terrv Mr. and Mrs. Richard M.

Thalheimer. James E. Wacner

The result of many years of per personal
sonal personal experience in designing gai

dens ana growing p.ants in Ha

waii, "The Modern Tropical Gar

den" is a must for; experience J
tropical 1 gardeners as Wed as for

newcomers to mild climates

The book, which is amone those;

piacea in circulation duruig the

weeK by the Canal zone JUorao,
is a revision of Tropical Garden,

1936, which is still considered ail
authority on gardening matters.
The titles and authors of the
books placed in circulation by the
Library this week follow :
Non-fiction: Your Adolescent at
Home and in School,, Frank; Res Rescue!,
cue!, Rescue!, Arnold; How to Plan for Colt-i

lege and What To Do When Youi

Get-nThere,.r McReynoWs; The
World of Mathematics; Man in
Search of His-Ancestors, Senet;
The Pacific Hostes Cookbook, Ga Gary
ry Gary ..Drawings and Waetercolors,
Van Gogh; Viking, Book of Folk
Ballads of the English Speaking
World, Friedman; Mexico Revisit Revisited,
ed, Revisited, Fergusson; The Columbia, Hol Hol-brook;
brook; Hol-brook; John D. Rockefeller, Jr.,


Fiction: The Hungry Leopard,

uoraen; a Matter ot jf act, JJrean;

The Case of the Amateur Actor,

Busn: A Rose for Marianne, Giles;

Scandal in Troy, Hansen: .The

Count without Castles. Humor-

reys; The Robsart Affair, Lee ton;
The Red Sands of Santa Maria,

Murphy; The Last of Britain, Tre

vor. -II.

Added to the Panama Collec

tion: The Modern Tropical Gar
den, Kuck.

Children's Books: Marty on the

Campus, Bialk; Mission to the

Moon, Del Rey; Only the Stronff.

Du Soe; Zippy Goest to School, E-

cuyer; is -mis My Love. Finney:

The Mystery at Shingle Rock, Go-

van; Venture at Lake Tahosan.

Graham: The Campbell Kiss Have

a Party, Lach; What Suan Wanted.

A THREE-MONTH vacation eve

ry five years? Yep, that's an idea
suggested by President David J.
McDonald of the United Steelwork-

ers for use as a brake against ma

chines replacing men in the age

of automation,
' But could the average family
survive a three month vacation?
Remember, we Amertoms work
awfully hard vacationing. v
We come home from a two-week
vacation worn out. We've been
makine time on the highways.

traveling heavy instead of light so
that packing and unpacking the
car becomes' a dreaded chore.

We've had exercise we aren't used

to. We'vov been trvina to keen the

kids In the back. seat reasonapiy

happy ana quiei. imere s oeen ar ar-sume
sume ar-sume over where" and when' to eat

and where and when to stop for

the night.
After two weeks of Upmost of
us .are deliehted to be home, Ma

ma Is glad to get back to ner elec

tric wasner I Keeping a nuiy

clean while traveling is a major
problem): The family is glad to
get back to Mama's cooking.

THE truthTj's that Mama usually
hnavoi a inh rif Telief when Paoa

hnrlr in work. She isn't used

to sharing every minute ; of the day
with him and having him make
all the decisions.
Of course, a three-month vaca vacation
tion vacation doesn't mean a family would
timta n cnonrl it SWSV iTom home.j

But the prospect of having an Idle
tain around ihe house that long
isn't one that Is going -to appeal to
many housewives. Usually w nil e
Papa is loafing.Mama is working

naraer xnan eyer. -U
the three-month vacation idea

is ever adopted,-someooay is su suing
ing suing to have to teach us how to en en-jov
jov en-jov a long vacation. '
' niffht now .we're having difficul

ties with two weeks off with pay,

A three-month vacation, times w
are taught how to relax and enjoy
it, would be a killer.
- ii i i -it 1 v;.'j--i
Hero Of Dragnet Dragnet-Parts
Parts Dragnet-Parts From; Wife
For Third Time
HOLLYWOOD (UP) Actor' Jack

Webb, tne "Joe Friday" of we
televised "Dragnet" series and

his wife, Dorothy Towne, have
parted for the third time.

A spokesman ior vveuu

Wednesday, the separation fin

"final:" but that mere ;were ni

plans for divorce yet.

WOOD and MISS lowne were wca

in Chicago June 11, -1955. me
separated six months later, were
reconciled, parted again last Qqt,
29, then made up again. t

Miss xowne was reponeu-, w

have, lef for Mexico bqut a wek

Wehh. the' former nusband of

singer, Julie London, is making a
feature length movie at Republic





' I S",

Sleek line In a sophisticated awhraolt wrgest a evening gown.
This black sheath suit in enromspnn and elasticlsed cotton has
Grecian draping over bust and hips. It also has buUt-ta bra.
tuck-away atraps and water-proofed Jeweled piiu By GATLI
DUGAS, NEA Women's Editor, s ;,f (r

Op &dt jo p;iS e r v i$'Cjuii'
Will Be Held March 11-16

The' Fort Clayton Advisor Coun

cil and the Fort Clayton Service

Club announce "Operation Service

lub'l a lull four days' of festivi

ties, to oe neio marcn u tnrougn

14 preceeding Armed Forces, Day

on March I6.s

It was chosen at a recent meet

ing of the1 Fort Clayton Advisory
Council as their first project.

All military units at .Fort Clay

ton are invited to have a booth
exhibit at the Service Club during

the. '.'Festival." The exhibits will

depict a portion of the mission of
the unit and -its relationship: to

Fort Clayton. Non-miutary u nits
may. also make a display of their

" On March 11 a: "Grab Bag Bi

go" will be held beginning at 6:30

p.m. Door piites and ten games

Indonoshn; Lecdcri

Ask For Proleclion
From Leftist Group

' JAKARTA: Indonesia. March f 1

IVr) Moslem and Christian Par

ity leaders appealed today for pro projection
jection projection against .leftist groups try trying
ing trying to intimidate them into aban-

donment of the western democra democra-'
' democra-' tic system. ,r--:-
Six Religious Party leaden call call-i
i call-i ed on Attorney General Sullapto
I this morning and demanded him
I to "take action to avoid unfavor-
able incidents." Aruji Kartawinata,
! spokesman for the group and for
! the minor Islamic Party;, told re

porters they called the attorney
general's attention to "incidents of
intimidation" and the one-hour kid kidnaping
naping kidnaping of the woman chairman of

the Film Censorship Board by left leftist
ist leftist students.
The religious parties yesterday

rejected President Sukarno s propo proposal
sal proposal to do away with President Su Sukarno's
karno's Sukarno's western style: parliamenta parliamentary,
ry, parliamentary, democracy and Include Commu Communists
nists Communists in a new "mutual help" cabi

Communist and leftist groups

massed before the presidential

; palace yesterday screamed denun

ciations when the religious leaders
rejected Sukarno's plam ' s

....... ..uira u. Beuci m Blljr, UICM, nuai ouin vTaniec,
and Dr. and Mrs. Bernard L. Wil'. Scott; Facts of Life and Love for
lett and two children. N 1 Teen-Agers, Duvall. - i

f t m if m


Come Early and
Join the Fun!


with gay music for dancing from 3 orchestras (from 9 p.m.)

Carol Greaves Trio playing during regular dinner

(Balbea Beam)

when Queen ROSALIA I will wear htr ?
$5,000 pollera outfit! Something to ft!
Ses this unique lovely parade of Panama national dress,
tht Pollera and the Montuno. Dane to Panamanian music!
Priiss for th. BEST COSTUME (Queen will net comptts)!



$2-5 Per person
S5 per person


Per reterrattens, can
vr Ifaftre CbteL -l$a

Meet me at
Saturday, March 2

Ssw&nih Annual
Sfvdnq. Jkalival
; f of the
Caihsudtial 4 '$L ufa
Featuring: Fred Rade8neim
C Horse Show at 4:00 p.m.
Children Games Refreshment


I mmm mm V



onlv. 4! i:,'
$ 90.oo
Economical Cornfortabla
. C0EST Tourist flights.
-' . ". -r
. v
Immediate connections,
J at Lowtst Farsa to
United States and Canada
' .." -.' '. ' '-'


Passenger 4 Cargo Service




-B- CI f sarreje

Tela. l ln J-16?I

6T valuable 'prizes wlll' be offered
and a -jacKpot prize "will be given
lor' the tentn' ame. t
$ "Street Dance"' will h hnlrl

nn Tuesday nighty March 12, di-

recuy in iront ol the Service Club,
it will begin at 8 p.m." Music will
be iurmsiied by MVhe" Gay Spots,"
a PPpuUr' Latin American band.
4 floor show of Latin American
dancers and singers will precede
intermission. r
On Wednesday night. Mlrcb 13,
beginning at 7:30 p.m. "Princess
Grace" and "Prince Ranier" will

rule the "wheels of fortune" at

the Gold Coast nf Mnnt Tarln

Games of Chucli-a-Luck, Roulette,
Black Jack, Lucky Seven and oth others
ers others will be offered The games
will be played with t'olav fcionev"

Jind prizes will be awarded the in-

uiviuuai wno wmas i up ute eve eve-ping
ping eve-ping with the most "play money?
The" clima of the 'Ftivi'

Will be a soldier talent show and F

'4am, Session of Music' on Thurs Thursday;
day; Thursday; 'March .It; beginning at 7:30,
p.m. The AU-Amy Entertainment V,

cuiuesianis wm oe on ine pro program:
gram: program: Two- "combos" wiU iurnlsh
music and individual specialty acts
and two singers will be presented.
All enlisted-men and their de dependents
pendents dependents and guests are Invited to
attend. : , ;.
: Members of the Fort TlavtAii

Advisory Council are; Sp3 David

b. bampson, r 17th Ordnance Co. :
Sp3 Norbert Opyd. U.S. Army, In

ter American1 Geodetic Survey
(IAGS); 5 Sp3 Ralph D. Crumley,
517th Det.; Sp3 Philip J. Gurino,
Hq.-Btry, 65th AAA GroupPfe.
Berl Penjamin, U.S. Army Garri Garrison;
son; Garrison; Pfcj ConweH1 "D. Wilbama
U.S; Army ; Med. Svc.; Pfc; Rex
M. Martin': 506th AAA- Det;" Pvt.

Warren P.. Knoebel, Hq. B t r y.,
903rd AAA Bn.; and Pfc, William
N.- Hardin,- Jr., U.S.- Army Engr.
Svc. ,

Requiem Mass
' t( .. ,.M 1 i
. ' ', t" ; ; I,
A requiem mass wll be sung
S morrow snorning at t o'clock
St. Paul's Church for. the
repose of the soul of the .lata
Alfred DAnton,. who died on
Feb. l at the -Santo Tomaj
Hospital., ;
. The mass will W eoaddetel
tj Archdeacon L, B. Shirley.

V Whipped croam V fj
that tastos , I ;

; There's no disappointing "artificiar "artificiar-Uste
Uste "artificiar-Uste when you serve Avoset :

- Whipped cream. Avosef is real,

rich cream ..sterilized td keep v

seet for monthfc'Top your desservr

with safe, healftfuf, delicious Avoset

c, h

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( a fi 1 01 lie


".Feme Margaret Hawaii
"l Returns "Wim Husband,
' S aiai1i. N.C

V.- -iAr 4 fcrs, Wi J. Pope return
ied i-an 'Amencan Airways on1
'iuesUay evening to their borne i
4:VmatouSalem .Worth Carolina aft-i

er a fen day vuu wim wri
JeopeV parent, Air. awl Mrs. 3.
.'.'J). Howell of Margarita.

I,'- During their stay ttoe i'opeawerd

entriwea, oy several oi tueic
'Mends. On, Sunday, Mr. and Mrs.
.Iloweii save a'coilee with about
'sixty guest present. Mr, and Mrs.
'Geor Scott of Curundu had a
.luncheon 'at their home for, the

;Pepes and Howells',on Monday.
.Then the two couple were, enter
."tained by Hit: and Mra. Robert
Hcald of Diablo with dinner. on

; Tuidiv eneninz. Wednesday eye.

Uing Mr., and Mra. David: Smith
7td a dinner party at r the Yacht
'Club ,fpf the visitors and thaw
;het On Thursday ftnoon,
.Mra, Josephine B"y ,h
" Pope. '., and- Mra. Howell as-be
ijuncbeon guesta at her residence
riii Fort.DEeps. rriday evening Popes, and Powells uned;a.

:Mr, and Mrs. Paul Steward en

6emeCanl -Dance .i
Sunday At USO-JWB
At the request, hf a number 'of
servicemen, a Qame-Card Pence
will take place" at the USO JWB
Armed Forces Service Center on
Sunday, March 3 beginning at-, 4
Dm f V"
'in addition to delightful 'music,
games and cards will be available
for group participation. Pinochiej
scrabbles, monopoly, bridge, chess,
checkers, casino these are a few
of the games that wW be availa available
ble available for the evening of diversifies"
tlon and diversion. ,..
& Servicemen and their dependents
are Invited to attend and b ring
friends along for an. evening ef
fun and frolic. J

vtsitMii, for the visitors with ai

'picnic on Saturday at Fort -San
lloreni and on Sunday Mr. and
Mm. Rnbort Prick save a dinner

M the Fern Room of the Hotel T
,oli for them. '
?m. Pope, to the fotmer1 Marge

;?iag wai employed t the Cristo.

jai .rouce Bunqa.
OaV cVeweT Inloy '
-ay. At rweetweed',.
qftie Baihea woman's Club P
"Joyed a full day : of activity on
Thursday. t .'.Tfirt'S?. Am
Tsome of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Schffl.
lag in tbe Republic of Panama-
Highlight of the day waa a "coy
areddish'' luncheon, one of the

' members were hosts to group
,f representatives i many Feder
ated Women'a Clubs of the United
States of America, who are mak mak-.
. mak-. Ing a tour of Latin American
.tountries. Many ideas; were ei ei-.ahaaged
.ahaaged ei-.ahaaged regarding elub acUvlUes.
aUva food, flowerf and .customs.
Many membera enjoyed greeting

representatives oi

fntluded in'tho day's acUvWes
th 1-amilar monthly meeting

If tha HnTd of' Officers of the

''s.ihnW vmmii'i Club bi 'well as

he W-wtekly meeting of it'a Card

frA Mt nt mahtr two members

f Air. ana jaw. ecauuup oum'
uthe day,

f Participating were "Mr a. I f m a
- Henni and MUa Mary Sullivan,

'Ufa. kin


land) and Mrsv Frank rf
K jriev: Mrs. R. Sidney

Xoulslahni: Mrs. Clin-

tnn Buabee? Artaonaj -MraV --Geo J

,rmnin and Mrs. John Mr. Dufne Mm A. D! Selin.- Mis

sissippi: Miss- Edith Redfield and

n Fred Holly. IlUnois; Mrs.

KolW and Mrs. ; Louis .Kilpatrick,

in iissinnir Airs, uwduob. j-

' lahomii Mrs. James Dobson, Min Min-nesetat
nesetat Min-nesetat Misa Caroly WUtlock. In Indiana
diana Indiana and Miss Jdabei RoUtas,
. Missouri also Mrs. Blanche Con

goon, Michigan; Mra. Ruth Long,
: liarvhiuh Mra. Haiel i Zimmer-

Beman, Pennsylvania and Mr. ana

Mrs. Dow Jl. waer, orw vw

' Una "who aro all' visiting friends
and relatives in the Canal Zone,
u.mhara o tha Balboa Woman's

dub and' their guests irom uicai

Barbecue At First
Baptist Church J.
TenisM V ;"-
' The young people, of-the -Youth

fellowship at the First Baptist
church of Balboa Heights, are
sponsoring a Bar-B-Q at tha
church tonight at 5:30 in honor 'of
Paul Westlund. Mr, Westlund for

the oast several years has been a

" leader in me youm acuvures, uu





is now returning to. tre States -to
continue colleee in rreDaration for

full time gospel -work. The Youth
Choic, quartets, and trios h a ve
produced special music under m
i J j i -

Miss Jayne Peterson and Dava

McCann are m cnarga ot ail ac ac-raneemenU
raneemenU ac-raneemenU for the Bar-B-Q. Miss

Margie Icke and Russell Re'd are
in charm of tha Droeram which

will include games, fellowship, and
testimonial. Miss, Janice Heilman

and Dave Kapepa are, receiving

reservations. - , )
. The Youth Fellowshio meets v

ery .Saturday night at 7:30 and

sponsors gospel I programs, reli religious
gious religious films, special speakers, and

inspiration for Christian young

SPECIAL BROADCAST President .Eisenhower make a ape-.
' cial. ahortwav' broadcast 'to the .world, irom. Washington on
the 15th anniversary of the Voice of America.; The, Chief
Executive warned the people of the Middle East to staqd clear
of the 'menace of international communism" -"smash
' -all their hard-won. accomplishments overnight.'' ,:'


i native' of Rotterdam. HoU 24. will be our main feature on the

areas incraaea. ine osuoicb
Slarv Parker. Man RuppeL Ruth

.JenWns, Clairo Irwin, Edn Plum
jner, Leona Saarinen, Phil Euper,
Rose Casey ,Tuise Merchant, Ruth
Jathmann, Edith JBrown, Marge
, Johnson; Emily De Castro, Evelyn

' De Csstro, Hasei jooks, juana

JfUIioa. Rae ftxtett, AUie HOiger-

bara xewiey.

oa. 'iaait JKioni

Peggy Bouehe.

Turner, Maja

Eaak eotlee f iailiuiM in thlfV
lumn ihould be ukmi4 ill
.' ty.wrht fem aad' inaiM ee
- lh bwl Nimiber liatad daily Se
rial and Otherwise," e delivefed
by band fe tbe effite. Hetim f
mtitinfl eanast be cat4 by
tatepheae. -' : t'
Ckik Altamira . "'

A regular meeting of Club Alta Alta-mira
mira Alta-mira will be held tonight, in the
social hall of thj Mechanics Club,

at 7 p.m. This is a summoned meet

ing and all members are urged to


D.A.R. fxeenttve Beard r
To Meet Ort March

The Executive Board of the Pa

nama Canal Chapter: National So

ciety, Daughter of the American
Revolution will bold a meeting
next Wednesday in tbe Art Galle

ry of the Tivoii, Guest House,
AH officers are urged to attend

as important, matters concerning
tha Spring meeting and Juncheoo
to be held March i are due for

conjioerauon. v
Nomlnatien Of Officers.,
At George W. Geethale

Gen. George W.' Goethala Post

No. 3835 will hold a special meet

ing at' the Post Home tonight at
7:30 or tbe purpose of nominating
officers. All members are urged

to attend. ,';--.'-

Rock 'n Roll, :
Curbed By Law
In Buenos Aires


Dorothy AUen.' Etta Hoa. Bea Bea-trie
trie Bea-trie 01sen, Geniel Bliss, Naomi
' Curling, Jtathryn Meissner, Mary
TrenC Blanehe ongdon, dth
Kmlev. Biliie Lindsey. Ubby La-i

cy Gloria -Browne, Buth Konga Konga-We.
We. Konga-We. MoUi Johnson. Carrie- Brtnrn,

KlicilMth BalL Pollv Miohaalis. E-l

lfaiMth BatM. Helea Stern. Helen

Childress, Jeanetto Fahrubel, Tare.

a Luce, Maude untenant, rmra
Vack Mary Aanesen Cera Welch,
Kelen Adler: Kmily Bolton. :Mr,

Gos Peterson and Mr. and Mra
tarl SchiUwg. y y -:; -.
I The 'iext meeting1 of the Card

;Sroup will take place on Mar. 14

ai ue ran Amaaor uuicen up
Mess. Cohostesaes for th affair
wUl be Mrs. Lalaad Brooks and

Airs. Morris Smeuse. Further de4

tails regsrdmg toe next general
aneeting and next meeting of

f-.e Board el Officers will be-pub
luhed in tha near lutujre, ..
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Charter fay'-W"
4etaSire PM v
t'Alrha Chapter, Beta Sigma Phi

ald Us semHnosthly meeting
ITuetday evening lo the borne of
Mrs. Pauline Zoo. with Miss Mar-

rtret Branhem. presiding. After a

abort businesa meeting. Mrs. Zna

Introduced the guest speaker, Mrs.

-Catty Tylor, who gave a most nv
te&tctu-l and interesting program
rn the "Artists Landscape."
'4!f mberf preseat at the meeting
We Mrs. freida Allca, Mrs. Li Lira
ra Lira Bevtr. Miss Margaret Bran-

hem, Mrs. Margaret Caps, Mrs.

t. velya Daalcy, Mrs. Fern Merse,
Wrs. nue Psyne, Mrs. Pauline
l:n, Kus Roth oka, and Mrs.
Jraaeiae Kendy. Also go est
ntmbert-at large. Mrs. Shirley
Farce, Mrs. Mary Robertson, and
rt Peggy Vertz. .-.
' 'Refmhmestf vere served roL
lewiag the meetiag by hostess Mrs.
ton. - s

n roll" ordinance todar curhins

perform anoes of the dance "in de defense
fense defense of morality and good man manners.1
ners.1 manners.1 ..

' .'ft :'rr) rv t'
The ordinance provides thai Mm

tests, -competitions er exhibition
of the dance would' bo permitted
only when they were conducted- to

mo Bormai rnyt&m or the muaie.

Mew Ambassador

i o amain jiisses

Queen's Hand

LONDON. Feb. X fTTFWloh.

Hay Whitney, new U. ambassa.

dor to Britain, rode from Grot-

venor square to uuexugoam Pal.
see tn a borse-drawo carriage to.

017 w nana or Qoeen

cajzaoew. .

Whitney formally assemed ifin.

lomatie rank in the. brief hand.

kissing ceremony la which he pre.

aaivq ma creaeniiaia to uie
Queen. He flow to London Sunday

ta renlaee rctirtna Amhamador

wmthrop W. Aldrich. He will be

received ey Prime Minister Ear
eld Macmillan tomorrow..

Lcgislslure Slock
Hi Sale In Austin

Claims Harpers tkg.


AUSTIN, Tex (UP)-An article
in Harper's magazine said toUy
that wealthy Texans can buy
stock "in th" Legislature or 'an
executive agency as they' can in

a corporation :..

The article was written' by Ron Ronnie,
nie, Ronnie, Dugger, editor' of the Texas
Observer In Austin. The Observer
is weekly newspaper regarded

as. the mouthpiece ox toe liberal

Dugger charged that bribery,
"retainer fana and frea Inadintr

and junsiting with lobbyists are
"openly1 rationalized" in the Leg Legislature.
islature. Legislature. He said the Texas gov

ernment enforces monopoly condi conditions
tions conditions in business.'

' He said' former Gov.' Allen Shiv

ers 4 rode about in the planes of

private industry and the "on. m

dustry has an awesome power

over the candidacies- of men who

seek public office, in Texas.

This 'corruption" i due, he
said, to a. decline in the moral
standards of Texas citizens .and

neither "the elergynor newspap newspaper,'
er,' newspaper,' with' the exception of the
Houst9n Post, do anything; about

ffuggV skld'th State- Railroad
Commission rernlates the oil in-

dustry and Texas oil Is nearly 511

per cent 01 ne national output---by
the recommendations of tha. oil

industry. ..-

Adenauer Begi Reds
To Sef 17 Million
Eas! Germans Free

, BONN, Germsny, Ma?. 28 (UP)
Chancellor Konrad 'Adenauer

has appealed urgently to Soviet
Premier Nikolai A. Bulganln to

set tree tne 17 tnution uermans
In East Germany as the. first step

toward a lasting European peace,
it was announced tonight..! -The'
West German Chancellor

called, on tha Soviets to keep their

promise v release uerman, civil civilians
ians civilians still held in the -Soviet union.
Adenauer made the appeals in a
personal letter to Bulganin. deliv delivered
ered delivered in Moscow yesterday by the
West German envoy.- Text- of the

note was published by the Bonn

government hero tonight.
. The letter replied to Bulgantn's

note of Feb. 5 which call ad for

improved West tierman-SovH re relations
lations relations and the conclusipn of
trade, cujtural and consular, trea treaties
ties treaties between the two nations,
Adenauer did not flatly reject
the proposal of a, trade treaty, but
he repeatedly had said he would
not ain a formal sact of trade

uand friendship with Russia as Jong

as uermany reniawcu ijiviucu,
i Ho suggested merely that the
two governments open talks as

soon' as possible n wsys or w

ereasing trade a move -no, said
would improve the political atmos-

ine"i.Baiicenor propuseu aiv

matie-Ievel talks on cultural ana
tethnical 1 cooperation'- and- said

West German Ambassador to Mob.

Insurance Commission per-

oharge high


mita Texas firms to

premiums and sets minimum

premiums in the :400 million douar

a year easuany insurance area, ne

wrote.;.,,.. ,. ; : ,' .',

"What must surely be the most

wide open lobby in- America

moves into Austin every i.two

year to entertain and "coereo ne
men who1 write the laws,'1 he
said. Bribery, cajolery, pheasant

hunts, airplano ; junkets to the

Kentucky Horse races, bus junkets

to. border protneis you name it,

wje legislators' have it. ..

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Irate Storekeeper
Batter Parking ; -Meters
To Path
a ' 1 r"
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COEBUBN. Va. (UP) :SuDer-

msrket operator Joe Atwood is

slated to appear before tows court
Tuesday, of r' allegedly using his

car as a nattering ram to knock
down four parking meters is front

Atwood lad been angry when

the meters were erected earlier!

this -.week. Investigators said he
apparently used bis car to 'knoeki

then runt to the. pavement.

cow r. Wilhelm Haas would pre-

on a 9 ar

sent proposals onvs

eemenwt' is-'m. j t.
denauer told Bulganin' that

German re-unification was-an es essential,
sential, essential, step toward improved
Bonn-Moscow relatloni as well as

toward world peace. 1

."Set tree 1? muiion uermans,
Mr. Prime Minister and you wig

do an extraordinarily great serv serv-i
i serv-i tn i m n A 1 v cooneration be

tween the two countries," the Ad

."Nothing," the vnancejior. saw,
niiM uprv German-Soviet rela

tions and peace in Europe and the
.m mnn than a oroof of gen

uine respect for tfie y right of
people tordecide their own des destinies,
tinies, destinies, i"f-' '
-"You and your government
U hrina this. BDOUt DT agreein

.ari rMinifleation of the two

n.a i r.rmanv.on the basis of

tsee, au-ierman

NBC Negotiates

With Billy Craham

For taster Drama

disclosed today It is negotiating to

have, evangelist jswy uranara nar

rate an turner teiennoa arama.
Casting P r e d o c t Winston
O'Keefe left Wednesday night for
New York, to meet Grahamls rep-

resentstlve there next week. The
"NBC Matinee Theater? nls will

nsvo as caster tnema,

Look kmi Ingrid,
Reck HdscnBssI
Movb Performers
NEW"YOKlUP)fngrid Berg Bergman
man Bergman and Rock JHl u d s 0 a were
nsmed the best actress, arid best
actor ol the yea? today in Look
magazine's' 16th annual movie
Miss Bergman was cited for her
performance in "Anastasia." and
Hudsou lor bis role in -"Giant."
The Look award for the best
screenplay went to Tennessee Wil.
hams for the controversial "Baby
Other awards included: r'
Best Supporting Players: Oscar
HoraolkS. 'War rand Peace," and
Marie Windsor.. ''The Killing."
Mpst Promising Newcomers:
Anthony. Perkins,. "Friendly Per.
suasion." vend C a r r 0 11 Baker,
"Giant'1 and "Baby Doll."
Best Director: George Stevens
for "Giant."
'Best Producer r Mike Todd for
''Around the World in 80 Days."
a Best Screenplay Adaptation: Er Er-nest
nest Er-nest Lehman' for ''Somebody Up
There Likes Me.'V
Best '. Cinematographer: Jack
Cardiff. 'War and Peace."
-Industry. Achievement Award:

Buddly Adler, 20th Century-Fox.

' Exhibitor Award: Elmer Bho Bho-den,
den, Bho-den, president of National Thea Theatres,
tres, Theatres, Vi-i' f '
Best College Produced Film :
"Swamp'' photographed and edi edited
ted edited by Allen Downs, associate
professor of art at the University
of Minnesota. 5


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Strike Of British
Family Docs Gels
Backing From DMA
LONDON. Mar. T fUP) The

powerful British Medieal Assn last

night endorsed a trike by all of

Britain's family doctors against

the National Health Service to

press their demands for a 24 per
cent wage increase.
r ThO BMA General Council said
general practitioners "will be ad advised
vised advised to send In their resignations
from the) service 'unless the gov government
ernment government meets their pay demands
W submits them to arbitration.
Tbe General Council announced
the decision after a 3 1-2 hour
meeting. It confronted Britain
socialised medicine program with
the biggest crisis in its nine-year
Prime Minister Harold Mac Macmillan
millan Macmillan rejected the doctor's de demands
mands demands for an across-the-board u

per cent increase last week, and

proposed instead that medical sala salaries
ries salaries be studied by a royal fact factfinding
finding factfinding board,; s-,. ,y.
The doctors' negotiating commit,
tee rejected the proposal and stuck

by its, recommendation that 'he

country's 30,00ft general practition
ers sever connections with the Na National,
tional, National, Health Service.
The committee promised an "al

ternative scheme' free i control

by the NHS which would guarantee
medical care for tfll Britons. It
gave no details of the alternative

plan, including whether patients

woul have to pay for treatment
they now receive free under the
country's ao6ialised medicine sys system.
tem. system.

fast m. y.

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UNITED FOR PEACE Soldiers oi eight nations, members of tbe Wted NaUoris "Emergency 21

Force, are keeping the peace in Cgypt today. Here representatives of the various countries pose
(with the United Nations flag as a backdrop. Soldiers, left to right, are from Norway, CdcnbiaiT
. Yugoslavia, Finland, India, Denmark, "Sweden and Canada.

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North Carolina Seeks Purred

Steamed Up Duke All 'Ready'

tTo Avenge Early Season Loss

NEW YORK, March 1 (UP) North Carolina

seeks to complete a perfect basketball season tonight

against a Duke team "steamed up" for an upset.


If coach Frank McGuire's Tar.
Heels can win this old-rivalry bat battle,
tle, battle, at Raleigh, N.C., they'll finish
the regular court campaign with a

24-0 record and become me bouin s

Gov. Potter TofGet
Fastlich 2nd Half.

Underway Tomorrow

Formal opening day ceremonies

wnicti are normally reserved for

the first game of the second half

of the Fastlich Teen-Age League
will-get under' way Saturday at 2: 2:-15
15 2:-15 p.m., at the Fastlich Teenage

Ball Park when Gov. William E.

Potter will hurl his blazing fast ball

in an attempt to strike out the first

Last night's action saw Joe Gib Gibbon
bon Gibbon of Mississippi fail in his last

regular season eame in his effort hatr AHaiwr Faariih Th anv.

to seize the national scoring leali ernor Wjj have Wilson Crook a

irom uraay waiiace oi oouui varu- ins battery mate and Henry Uono

first perfect record team since the lina. Gibbon scored only 25 points van w1ji be the man in blue calling

Kentucky Wildcats of 1954.

' The Duker unbaeten. on its
' Kent court this season where its
victims include the 1957 Kentuc Kentucky
ky Kentucky squad, lost to North Carolina
.by only 75-73 on the Tr Heels'
; court earlier this season and is
J horning for a fictory that could
' destroy their No. 1 national rank rank-'iftg
'iftg rank-'iftg as wall as the perfect sea sea-"
" sea-" '-son.
J! "We're readv for them promis.

Ir)uke coach Hal Bradley, "uur

oys are really steamed up about

this one."
It's just possible, too,, that North
Parnlina miirtlt Cet Caught "Ipok-

(ng ahead" to next week when the

Vital Atlantic VOasl annuel ciwo.

"Tnurnament will be played. Pe

unite their regular season-mark,

E forth Carolina must come out on
nn in that tourney to .earn a berth

In the big N.C.A.A. championships,
with that on their minds, and with
kijf-nin center Joe 13uieg ready

for only "limiteoy duty because- of

k virus, the Tar. HeeJ couia oe in
tor plenty of trouble.
Also on tap tonight is the- start
M the big "showdown" in the Pa Pacific
cific Pacific Coast Conference the first
f two games in fwoangnts between.
I.C.L.A. and California- the arch arch-Hvals
Hvals arch-Hvals for the league title. Cahfor-

tia leads with an 11-1 mark and
ur to play, while U.C.L.A. is 11-2
with three left.
j And in the skyline conference,
pacemaker Brigham Young seeks
a victory over Now Mexico that
iwould clinch at least a tie for
the league title.
Notre Dame was added yester yesterday
day yesterday to the field for the N.C.A.A. i
Tournament as a "member at J
krst." The Irish, with a 16-7 1

nark and two left, will meet either
Miami of Ohio or the Ohio Valley
conference champion in. a gam at

Columbus, Ohio. March 12,

as Mississippi lost to Mississippi

State, 81-73. He remained in sec
ond place nationally with an aver average
age average of 30.05 points per game to Wal Wallace's
lace's Wallace's 30.5.

None of the five leading contend contenders
ers contenders for the scoring cruwn are play playing
ing playing tonight, but three will see ac action
tion action tomorrow. After Wallace and
Gibbon, the top five include Elgin
Baylor of Seattle (30.0),'WUt Cham

berlain of Kansas (29.2), and Chet

Forte of Columbia C29.14). j

the pitch.

Pre game ceremonies will in

clude flag raising during which the

93 bovs comprising the roster of

the Fastlich Teenage League, will

assist, in full regalia of the dia

The Macaws, last year's champs.

will take on the Palomas. high fly-

ins contenders for this year's pen

nant, in the first game oi tne. sec

ond half which will start at z:3U.

. f l a. -l it J.11B X' aaviliu ', iCViWH WBBbuiui

in oiner leaaing games lasi nigra. T ftr,i7H In 19S2

oi. wi ..u ... sponsored by Adalbert n astiich,
Missouri Valley Conference race inent Panama business man.
with a 60-58 thriller over Tulsa, The Conejos took the pennant the
stalling out the last minute and th p,iihii tnnk ton

four seconds as Hal Alcorn led thelhnnnrs in ',953. ,The pumas were

champs in 1954; the Conejos again

way with 20 points; Henry Sam

ple's 23 points led Oklahoma A.
and M. to a 63-47 win over Drake;

St. John's moved closer to the

mythical New York City title by up

setting NIT-bound Manhattan, 61

39. on 1 semen's lump snot wun

twoTseconds left in the third over.

in 1955 and me macaws iook. iu

hands in 1956. A new team was add

pH tn the roster for the 1957 series,

the Pericos, strong contenders for

their place in the sun.

Thp nubile is cordially invited to

j 1 ... 1 1 T J 1

lime Denoa: wasniiiKiun aim .te ottonH th reremonies ana uie

clinched second place in the South pamP the Fastlich Ball Park on

r . 1 gn t" ft I?. .... ...

era vomerence wun a oa-oo uctj halliard mnway

sion Over Davidson; NCAA bound
Canisius downed Holy Cross, 85-76:
and totirney-hopeful Duquesne beat

Brandeis, 86-73.


Giant Hungarian

Seeking Opponents
ROME, (UP) Assen Ivanov,

39-year-old seven-foot Hungarian

refugee, announced here Wednes Wednesday
day Wednesday he is ready to go to America
"or anywhere else in the free
world" to take on all comers in
boxing or wrestling. Ivanov, who

fled from his strife-torn country,

.saiaV'tliere was nobody whijhad

guts enough to face up tp me in

.Eastern Europe.,. I. Jhepe J. yon'
have the same problem 11J tn


US Hammer Champ
To Train With
Czech Athletes

Rory Calhoun Scores
Split Decision Win
Over Charley Coffon

DENVER (UP) Charley Cot Cotton's
ton's Cotton's handler said today that Rory
Calhoun's split decision win :n
their. 10-round bout Wednesday

night was the second bad aeci aeci-sion"
sion" aeci-sion" in as many fights between


The fifth-ranked Calhoun, the

"Rocky Marciano" of ra 1 d d 1 e-

weights, needed all his youth and
strpnpth to eain his second spilt

decision over the 26-year-old Tole Toledo,
do, Toledo, Ohio, fighter before 2,500 fans

at Denver s Auditorium Arena.

Calhoun, only 22, edged Cotton

on a split decision last August in

New York.

Gov. Potter To Be honorary

Riley Brothers, Lebrun-Hinlde

To Compete For Best Ball Title

The National Distillers Best Ball

Isthmian -Championship tourna

ment reached the finals last week

end-when twelve matches were

played. In the championship flight

defending champions, Bill Leurun

and Jim Hinkle. of the r anama

Golf Club defeated Jack smith and

Perc Graham, 4 and 3, to move into

finals aaainst Summit s challeng

ing' Riley brothers. The Riley

combination ran into stubborn op

position by Norm Lewter and
Charles MacMurray but they came

through to win one up.

The Summit club is also repre

sented bv a brother combination

in the fourth flight in which Joe and

John kalterio advanced to the fin finals
als finals to play another Summit com

bination of John Montanyo and
Malcolm 'Wheller. In between the
championship and the fourth flight
all Summit players have been eli eliminated.
minated. eliminated. v



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MTORE M cintim aviNui. anau

LONDON (UP) According trJ

the Czech News Aeencv. Harold! we

Connolly, America's Olympic

hammer throwing champion, has

arrived ui Czechoslovakia to tram
with Czech athletes. The agency
said Connolly will train with
Czech a'-hletes until March 6 and
will hold a "discussion evening"
with them.

We figured out here in Denver
would at least get an even

break." Freddie Fierro, Cotton's

maqager, said. "It was a bad de





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F 1 I

Calhoun whipped Cotton in the

middle rounds, when his charges

and- counding overwhelmed the

more t lightly built fighter. Cotton
said after the fight that he felt

the effect of Denver's 5,000-foot al altitude.
titude. altitude. But he came back surpris

ingly strong in the final rounds,
and was as fit as Calhoun at the


Referee Ray Keech gave Cotton
a 48-47 edge in the scoring. But
Judge J3e Ullmer scored it 49-46

for Calhoun and Judge Jack

Bloom had it 48-43 for Calhoun.

The United Press card favored

Calhoun, 48-45.

l THE KOREAN conflict emit in 4 Cot. Hen visits the CkiMm't
.Orphan which h had feel1 to roti. H it accampjiiiea' by hit
!, Mary, m4 Sat. HwmM. The tri it ) Mtiid rht erphjuage

I f -4y eirrhiniMric yoaaf Cha. At felWwiaf cartmoaiet Cot. Heat it

aaoa rk Oraar at Military Mant, Korea k if Rett aaaor, by rrat rrat-t
t rrat-t iaaat Syaflaiaa Rhae. k it with rf ret," tayt rka midcat't cita-r
'f tiaa ta HrH, "that we aa aot kav aaathar rrmool to fhr yaa
aaa ia the nai af bamawrry."
Thh it tcaaa tram "Barrio Hyma." 1 aufaificaat oaaarare oaaarare-'
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ERD :15 Br05


S. Garrlei and A, Q. Kline de

feated M. H. Malone and J. K. Lai Lai-ly,
ly, Lai-ly, 5 and 4 V. Lombroia and H.

Bell defeated W. H. Davis and F.

jorgensen, 4 and 2

f H. T. Perantie and H. .Entrplke

defeated R. H. McLam and J. Lai

mam.- and & H. w. Schull. and R

Ca Walker defeated P. Trim Sr

and R..Egblf,a up
R. Medineer and A. Perr-enm! Ao.

leated K. Bowen and W. G. Mami-

son, 3 and 2 R. G. Gildersleeve and

L, Clevenger defeated T. Stumpf

tut Li. nugnes, 1 up


J. Montanvf. anil M whaai

feated F. Ortiz and F. Hr. 9 n

Joe Salterio and John Salterio Je

ieaiea x. acqtt and D. Parr, 1 up

. S. Clrpenter and M. Taylor de
feated Lynn Jonea and n. Pemntio

4 and 3 K. Call and M. firiggs del
feated Pari Trim and P. Montanye,
4 and 3


; :15 a.m. Fourth Flight; Joe Sal Salterio
terio Salterio and John Salterio v J. Mont-

uyo ana iu. Wheeler. v
3:25 a.m. Third Flicrht- x nf j

inger and A. Perreand vs R. (i

uildersleeve and L. Clevenger.
8:25 a.m. Championship Flight Flight-.G
.G Flight-.G RUey and J. Riley vs W. LeBrun
and J. Hinkle.

:45 a.m. First Flight

and A. O. Kline vs V

ana a. Beau

S. Garriel

Tn the. second flight Pres Trim

Sr:, and Dick Egolf were ousted
by H. W. Schull and R. C. Walker

by a one down margin. In the
third flight Bob Medineer and A.

Perreand eliminated Bob Bowen

and Bill Jamison of Summit, 3 and

Summit sent two women's teams

into the women's semi-finals and

when the matches were comnleted

both teams were eliminated. Lynn

Jones and C. Perantie bowed out to

Carpenter and Marion Tavlor.

and 3. Carpenter shot a snarklin?

is in mis maicn. reari mm and
Pefitty Montanve were olimlnatod

by Katie Call and M. Briggs, 4 and

Finals Will Be Played Sunday

The finals will be played Sunday
morning. Those who wish to' follow

me championship match will have
to be on hand bv 8:35 a.m. whan

the match tees off. The schedule
for all matches will be found at the

ena 01 mis story. r .. ;
This Tournament Committee will
keep the course closed to all play.

a ounuay morning. wo players

wiu m aiiowea 10 xee off for oth other
er other than tournament matches until
the women's flight has teed off No;
10. No plaV Will be allowed tn afart

from No. 6, 0" any other tee until

me last tournament match h

cieireo mac point.
National Distillers Party
Immediately following th Mm.

pletion of the last match th. Km.

tional Distillers will throw a party
n .11 1L. .... .

iui u me comesianta nnt. nn v

the ones who played in the finals
but every player who took naro in

the tournament. The invitation al-

uciuaes tne wives, etc. of the
players. A special Bar will be set
up and a party to end all nartiea

will continue until the crowd

for home. It is estimated that the

party will start some time between
12:30 and 1:00 o'clock. During the
party Mr. Geor e Dilfer of the Na

tional Distillers will -present the

" me winners ami runners 01 me Kroun and tha hink..

up and he wiU also present the Club ranking Judoka ever to be ent"
Championship trophy. itained by the Panama JuHn aJ2I

ft a.ff tM thai TaAMklaa 41..' r nil.- mmmj-f

spot prize winners will ls receive.

8:55 a.m. Second lriiov.'. u

Perantie and H

Schull and R. C. w.lkaV

- 8:05 a.m. Women's Championship
Flight: S. Carnantw ..J li

In. M .. J

ni cau nd M- JBriKg.
All Dla vera mnt rM.) u-

official starter, H, TeUenburn, on
tee No. l at leant fi Min.,t.

. hiuiu,C8 UC

r.T.i"' "llD. me for t h e i r

..lLU. ine oniciat starter will

"o carus reaay.
6 Japanese Judoka j

Enferfained By local
Judo Association

A CrOIln nf mir T..

th cc 7ov "",ese irom
tha nfiA5YtuplBREIRA v""ed
J0 ihe Pnama Judo As As-pSl
pSl As-pSl tap". ftQ!?Pte Swimming

T..jt.. .'"" were

7 i w uaB rad" nd one of
kSRJ' w Kurosawa 4th Dan,
Kodokan trained, who w fh. iJl'

Govt William E, Potter- w i 1

serve as honorary referee at the

annual Gamboa Civic C o u n c i

Swim; Meet which will be, held

Sunday afternoon March 3 at 3:00

p.m. at the Gamboa Pool. With

ver 200 swimmers entered in the
meet it promises to be an exiting

afternoonjlor spectators and: con

testants. II ,-',."

Henry L. Donovan; director of

the tivu Affairs .Bureau, will pre

sent the Henry J, Grleser Out

standing Swimmer Awards to the

boy and girl who have been select

ed as this year s recipients., i:

Presentation of Grleser Awards

to outstanding boy and girl swim

mers Henry L. Donovan, mrec

tor. Civil Affairs Bureau..

Chairman of Meet. Charles Con


Referee, Byrne Hutchings.,
Starter, Charles Connor.
Chief Judge, Luke Palumbo.
Judge, Paul Karst t
Judge, Bob Engelke.
Judge, Vic Melant.
Judge, John Moses.
Head Timer, John C. Eawcett
Timer, Ross Anderson. :
Timer, Walter Mikulich.'
Timer, James Hurin.
Timer. Mrs. Ted Bailey.

Clerks of Course', Mrs. Charles

Connor, Mrs. Betty-Malone.

Recorders. Mrs. Mrs., jonn rei

fineill. Mrs. John Fawcett.

Dispatcners, li rani warczan,

Frank Kuey.

Custodians of Awards, Mrs. Mar

i,ln Dintnn H F .Ipnnpr


Coordinator of entries, -nenry


their prizes of various kinds of Na

tional Distillers bottled -foods

Those who won spot prizes must

be on band to receive them. No
prizes will b presented by proxy

or delivered at a later data.


G. Riley and J. Riley defeated

N. Lewter and C. MacMurray, 1
up W. LeBrun and J. Hinkle de defeated
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Two of the six Japunese were
Karate experts, who displ.Te'd
H!,r.,Unts mS ?biIitle ta.'!t
yidual demonstrations .and fnaily
m a contest which simu'xted the
kicks punches, and death I deal dealing
ing dealing blows.
Randori contests were held be between
tween between Ihe Japanese and mernbers
Of the Panama InAn l

The local grouo of Judokas mode

ery creditable showing in this
impromptu meeting and ereaMy

""""'ni oj uie reany advice y.
en by Kurosawa and also br the

experience of competing against
Judokas of higher rank and greater
Judo experience. ?
A spirit of biendineaa anM miirfa.

est and imoortance of thu aftar-

noon was the contest betwwm Kn.

msawa, 4tn Dan,' and Mario Gau Gau-dlano,
dlano, Gau-dlano, 1st Dan. instructor and
founder of the Panama Judo As

Gandiano threw Rim ah

four successive oeeaainna witKnnt

being thrown. Gaudiano's exhibition

or power and Judo techntaues waa
superb and a thrilling sight to see.
This exhibition was enthusiastlcal-

it applauded by the Japanese and
the large group of spectators who
witnessed it. Kurosawa arratad

defeat In the true Judo tradition

and heartily congratulated Gaudia-


The randori of outstanding tnter tnter-sy
sy tnter-sy vrevailed throughout the ret-to

gether and as a father eeture of

complete compatibility of the oar oar-UcioanU,
UcioanU, oar-UcioanU, the Panama Judo Ao-

iatiofl was host at dinner to the
visiting Japanese. 4

Diving Judges, Byrne Hutchings,

Walter Mikulich, koss Anaerson.
Director of the Meet, .John S.
PettingiU. ;
CZ teener League
To Meet Tonight
At Margarita Center

"Managers4, league officials, par parents
ents parents and friends of the Canal Zone

teener leagues will meet tonight
at the Margarita Service Center,

with the confab scheduled to oe
called to order at 7 o'clock.
It had been reported that Noel
Gibson, Sr.-is President of tho At Atlantic
lantic Atlantic Teener .League Gibson is
President of the Canal Zone teener
League which is the governing
force that handles preliminary plan
nini? and the actual execution of

the annual trip to the United States

for Teener League teams,

'nth-inn ns called tonight's meet

ing for. the purpose, oi qiscussins
nt hnsinAa. items that in

clude financing of the all-star play-

off s and the trip to me national


As nrevinnslv reoorted. all Lit

tle League managers are urged to
attend tonight's meeting in order
that they may more properly ac acquaint
quaint acquaint themselves with the func-

uons oi canai ione awhw JcnRv
thpir vnunesters for

competition for other States-bound


Williams, Reese Plannning
Oh Big Seasons Fi6r 19571


NEW YORK. March 1 (UP)

Ted Williams and peewee Reese,
a pair of 38-year-olci. proa, made
it clear f today they i won't be
settling back In that old rocking
chair for at least another sea

son. ,"r .
Big Ted, who. smashed s doz dozen
en dozen "homers" during the Bos-
ton Red Sox -batting- drill yes
terday, predicted hell play at
least 10Q games this'year and

perhaps "start as manv as

125." That game-total would in
sure Ted another crack at
that .fifth American League
batting title he is so carer to
win. i .r

Williams played in 138 games
last season ana hit ?345 only

eiKht points ., behind a Mickey

Mantle's AIi.-leadine figure.

wiuiams i has impressed his

teammates and Red -Sox manag

er Mike Hfggins with his physi

cal condition this spring and
they are freely! predicting a big

yenr ior mm.-

Reese, startlnT his-15th active

year with the Doders said he

has .' no Intentions" of relln-

quishinir his shortstoo Job-and

aaaea. "I can sun movras wen

as some of the other shortstops
on r-ontendinfi: clubs.'! v :

T.Kinflr note of vnnov reDOiTs

that manager W '..; Alston .'Is
thlnVintr of shifting him to
third base. Reese commented
feel as good as L have for sev

eral years. I may be prejudiced
but I think X can still play -shortstop."
, -'
unlike Williams, Reese would
not make a1 serious .prediction -concerning
how many games he
would play. Instead, he was
ready with a typical Reeso
quip: V'
i "The way I feel today,- h
said, "TU play the full ched-
. The Washington Senators,
meanwhile, suffered a : setback
when prize rookie outfielder
Dan Dobbek left home for mill-J
tary service. Dobbek had caught

in the Senators' first workout
and the pilot thought :he had had-come
come had-come up, with a real "Sleeper
On other fronts: 1 1
Bob Nieman, who-hit .320" and
drove in .68 runs last 'season,
signed with 'the Baltimore orio orioles
les orioles for an estimated $25,000 and

said he thought he and team-
mate Gus -'Triandoa' !'can drtve
in 100 runs each this season if
enough of our teammates get
on base." Nieman wasted : "no

time looseninjf up with a 300 300-foot
foot 300-foot homer during -his .first trio,

Outfielder wes Covington and

first-baseman Frank Torre sign signed
ed signed with the Milwaukee Braves,
leaving only Lew: Burdette, Er Ernie
nie Ernie Johnson, and Bill Bruton un

satisfied. Bruton, is en route,
from Milwaukee- :and believed

ready to .sign. '

Gun Club' Notes

The day was perfect and the

birds well-behaved at Wednes

day afternoon's Gold Coast

"bang-away." but connections

failed fo rnearly all but the

Skeet shooters. :

'Cookie" Cook shot the only

(20) score fit to report in Trap,

singles (all guns at 25 yards)

and, in Trap doubles, "Windy"

Sellers unaccountably lost 2, and

R. C. Casanova lost 7, for tallies

of 23 and 18, respectively. "Doc"

French's first try at doubles re

vealed him as a likely comer

with 15 killed.

The skeet scores:

" Joe Kueter (410)

Casanova! ; . . . .". .
Schnexnayder (20 ga.)
Lastinger ........... i
Art Sutton' ...... J...



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1:15 3:10
8:55 p.m.


Chollar 19

Windy" claimed he was done

nut nf a straight string bv Dr.

Sam Ayeock's erratic present" present"-tloriof
tloriof present"-tloriof th targets, and expend

ed great energy to gain adher adherents
ents adherents to his contention that the
genial physician is a paradox.

but failed to muster any serious

suDport "Shorty". Schexnayrter
refused comment to representa representatives
tives representatives of the press, ,'
Rumors that, the day'3 show showings
ings showings influenced postponement of
the Stewart Memorial 25-yard
Handicap Shootf o r i gin ally
scheduled f or March 3 were
demonstrated to. be -without
foundation, postponement of the
Stewart shoot (to a date to be
announced later) was ascribed;

by club officials to conditions

Casanova stated. that .renova

tions and repairs to.1 the club

house interior will cause it to be

closed on March 4. Re-opening,

with a new floor and re -painted
interior is slated for March 13.

1:15 3:10
8:55 b.m.

'.75 0.40

Nineteen pistol shooters had
an excellent time in the-NRA-approved
pistol match held t at
the Balboa Gun Club last Satur

day, morning, r

Capt Joseph P. Bednar, of

Fort Davis set a new dub rec

ord in the national match course

wtih an excellent 288. Bernara is

on of the four masters in the
area. The others are Norbert F.
Keller, Chief John Merry from
Coco Solo, and L N. McKee,- a
new arrival-at Rodman; ., i
. Tho competition is getting

Todov tncanto J5 '20

Rakart Iraa (a
' fink CVtt ia

Todor IDEAL 20 JO
"Rata art! Say Kaaj"
CaaHars 14

aw Jt.

rt : - Ni C -.1,

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keen and the -scores better in,
the Balboa Gun CClub matches.
A review' bi the scores fired hi,
early 1955 showed that a 270,
over the national match "course
was good for high gun or second
at the worst, in the1 match Sun Sunday
day Sunday a 270 was ath place,
- Winners are as follows: o.
Match No. : 1 Time Fire Score
High Gun, Paul Stewart, 190.
High Expert, Fted H.. Smith,
High Sharpshooter, 'Victor; X

Morgan,: 171.

High Sharpshooter, victor .. L.

Morgan, 17L i

High, Marksman, J. wooarow

Mathews 18C i v ,v

f Mateb NOV 2 Rapid Fire-
High Gun, Fred E- Wells; 191.
High Expert,' Fred H.t Bmith.


High SSi Victor I Morgan, 17
High Mkm, Sgt. CecU L. Stev

ens, 180 1
Match No. 350 Yards, Stow Fir

High Gun, chief John Merry.


High Expert. Fred H..- Smith.


High S3, F. H. Anderson, 180.
High Mkm, Sgt. C. L. Stevens,

161. r

Match NO. 4 National Match
o -! v ; Course i
High Gurr-Capt '. Josep. h P.


High Expert, Sgt. Gene Veg-

na, 281. ..i .: .t.t,

High ss, Pfc. victor X. Mor

gan. 245.

Hign M&m, Jgi. uecu u. Elev

ens, 264. 1 1 1 i t 4 i

Match Not 6 Aggregate
High Gun, John Merry 838.
High Expert, Fred E, Wella,

817. 1 -i :n

High SS, Victor L; Morgan,

75n ,'!-
High .Mkm, t;ecil L. Stevens,
The"' following events are
scheduled during March for Bal Balboa
boa Balboa Gun Club: v
Mareh 9, trap and skeet Mar,
10, big bore match. March 1 23,' 23,'-trao
trao 23,'-trao and skeet March 24 any
sights, smallbore match. .March
31, 45 cal. pistol match. .
The following are the known

Balboa Gun Club record 5 tor
pistol since Jan. 1. 1955: 5 (
Slow Fire (50 yards)' vi
Norbert Keller tl955) ,.-187 :
Frederick H. Smith (1956) W l7
-: TmeFIre 4
fflafence McllTaine ; .".v.-. r 195
Fred E. Wells' :. i . ,. .;' T5
Norbert F. Kelley . i'if 5
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Capt Joseph P. Bednan . 28"
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Hurling Park, Gavilan,
Plateado Dangerous Too

- Carlos Eletas speedy Peruvian-bred colt Jai
Alai II will get another chance to prove whetherrCo whetherrCo--
- whetherrCo-- matose has his number or not when they clash head head-on
on head-on again tomorrow afternoon in the featured $650
seven furlong sprint for third series imported thor thoroughbreds
oughbreds thoroughbreds at the President Renion racetrack.

la their first meeting, about a
month ago. Comatose won with Jai
Alai II winding up third In blanket
jinjsn aner a nip-ana-iucs neaa ana
head battle to the final sixteenth
, with the winner. Gavilan was sec sec-.
. sec-. ond by a nose and Jai Alai a half-
' leoth further nacic. a ', ;
The time for that sizzling six fur
long race was 1:12 1-5. One week
later, Jai. Alai I scored a convlnc
- ine one-lenrth trlumnh over Gavi
lan in 1:24, over seven furlons but
Comatose was. absent from the field
of starters. r.
Comatose. Jai Alai II and Gavi Gavilan
lan Gavilan all; had 115 pounds for their
first meeting. Jai Alai II toted 112
v as compared to 115 for Gavilan in
: their second Dame, tmb time co comatose
matose comatose gets in unde.r 116, Gavilan
only 108 and Jai Alai II will be for
ed to carry 120.
Jose M. Bravo replaces Bias A A-guirre
guirre A-guirre aboard Gavilan while Ru Ruben
ben Ruben Vasquez and Francisco Gati-
ea will again nde Comatose and
: Jai Alai I, respectively. Aguirre
will handle the reins of another
dangerous contender Hurlln Park,
; which was an impressive winner In
-the lower bracket last week.
Other1 scheduled startersl n this
wide open contest are plateado, i
Embassy, Tony, Pavinetot and
Double Four. Of these, Plateado
and Double Four seem the two
more dangerous ones. Plat e a d

Race Track Graded Entries

P.P.r HerM
Jeckay $,

1st; Race Ith Series' Imp. 7 Fgs. Purse $400 Pool Closes 12:45

1 Reynold B. Baeza 118
2 Carraway i Js Phillips 113
,3-Merry Slipper SI Ca.rva 115
4 Barlyon HsF'll3
ft: imiti' Isrvf Am tin

. v v w Mw v..
il The Gipsy Alvarea 108
'1 Mar Bravo Ki'flores 112
5 Empire Cross B. AniUL, 112
4 Princess Van : G." Vas. 162x
; 5-.Manandoagua J. .Bra. 110
6 (Matrlculado D. Cortes 106
4th Race Elimination Imp, 7
1-American; Maiof Vas. i:6
ii Matruh B. Aguirre 113
J .Tllama R. Cristian 114
f. 4 Tom ColltaS F. Godoy 108
5 Copadora. O. de Leon 102
Rio Negro X, Flores lie

6 Ciprodal-i ; j H;: fiuix 115 Excluded from betting (fractious)
tad Re ith Series Imp. T Fgs. Purse $500 Pool Closes 1:15
, t Lbve's Girdle J. Rodrl.120 Should score now 2-1
2 OroJPurito A. Vasques 122 Will fight it out 2-1
.3 Vedette. V. Brown 112 Bates good chance 3-
4-Single Slipper R. vas. 113 -Should be close ip 34
6 Oyster. T. Alvarez 110 Best early speed v 5-2
Ird Race "Special 2 Tear 01ds"Pnrse $650 Pool Closes 1:45
v r.. Imported 5, Fgs. ONE TWO

Ith KM "Special Imp: f Fgs. Parse $650 Pool Closes 2:55
1 AJlchlrlpi 'Rv Vasques 115 Accident In last 2'1
.1 Verygood E. Dario 102 Rates fair chance 4-1
Crews Hill F. Gatica 110 i-Form indicates 3-2
4 Celestial Fire B. AguL 115 Has good future 21
5 Grand Finish Q. San. 108 Plenty jearljr foot 10-1
(th Raee'CUi Series Imp. 7 Fgs.Pnne $400 Pool Closes 3:35

1 Grey Juan A. Mena 115 Returns in good shape
2 Socorrlto A. Yeaza 116 Usually disappoints
! J Amln Did! 3. PhiUips 110 Could make it here
; 4 Lanero J. Jimenez 115 Good recent races
8 OrimUda E. Dario 110 Early speed only
Soft Note : H. Ruiz 118 -Should beat these -'
1 Joe's Fiddling B. Agul 110 Nothing to indicate

1th But 5th Series Imp. 7 Tf.

1 Vokinlco H.'Rulz 110 Best early foot
. S Empire Honey G. San. 113 Aiming for kill
iO. Star r. Oatica 108 Tougher com petition
4 Klnjt -. a. Ycaza 116 Will fight it out
B-pEzcasay It Vasques 120 Choice in thriller -6
Cartillero K. Flores 118 Has strongest finish

9th Race, th Series Imp. 7 Fgs. Purse $406
; ;-. .. QCLNIELA

1 Rutilante A. 'Vasques 115 It's now or never
- SAlmroar Ortega 105 Could take h" all
S Morenote H. Ruiz 106" It no race horse
4 Valley River E. Dario lfc6 Bad legs hamper
--Choya T. Alvartr 108 All-out effort : -.
Kiosco O. de Leon 110 Jockey may help

tilt' Race 3rd Series Imp,
i -s .
7 Fgs.
1 Tlateado
.7 Jai AU U
i Embassy
4 OevUan
5 Comatose (
4 Tony

R. Cristianr 118 Slow start handicaps
F. Gatica 120 Cas Cyphen right ;
F. Alvarm 108 Always dangerous
J. M. Bravo 108 Rune well for rider o
R. Vasqaee 116 In .fltfTtie finish
O. Sanchez 115 Not this week -'
B. BaezA 110 Lonexbot chance

7-JPa vinetto
8 RurUni park B. Ago'u 110
Double Four A. CrcdL 108
19th Race -A" Natives 7 Fgs.
1 Rlqui '. 'a. Vasqoes lOlx
2 Apache J. hi. Braro 109

3 Don Govo H. rniz 110
4 Ocrzn SUr B. Af jirre 122
5 Den Er:;iJo G. a.iche2 118

and .Double Four seem .the two

mnre dangerous one. Plateado was
second to the classy Choroke last
week and Double Four returns from,
a layoff. He always at his best
when, rested.
Pa vinetto surprised the 'experts'
with a 4341 navoff a fortnight ago
and, could well pull another upset
here. Tony seems to ne rounding in into
to into winning shape but .. probably
nevAx one or two more races, &m
bassy, a consistent performer when
rioht hue Hon nothing recently.
Nine other prospective thrillers
are included on the program.
Racetrack Tips
1 -Amat 'Barlyon
2 Oyster Vedette
3 Manandoagoa (e) Cross
; 44-American Maid Rio Negro
5 Mlchlrfcia
6 Soft Kote
7 Eicasay
9 HurlinK Park
Crews Hill
Valley River
Jai Alai II
Ocean Star
o 10 Don Brlfido
Nothing In months
Returns from layoff
Depends on start
-Bform indicates
' urtii iu
T? Ul AlKilt 11 UUL
Has good workouts
Dont overlook
Horse to beat -' i
Vastly Improved
Could make It now
Rates chance too
' : 7 -5
F.Pun $600
Pool Closes 2:20
-Seems best here
Showing improvement
No. l contender
Would pay off
Could surprise
-Usually close up
5 1
x 5-1
. S-l
Purse $506 Pool
Closes 4:05
, 3-1
3- 1
4- 1
Pool Closes 4:46
; 3 2
2- 1
Purse $656
fool triast $;15
3- 1
4- 1
Should be close up
Rates good chance
Perse $T5 Pool Closes
Must go lower
Needs race or two

4 1

Ccu'd Ptwt at price
Sopks third strssrht
Should score at last

Pacific Softball

y v,- i
Won Lost. fct.
C. N. Pan Llauido ..13 2 ; .887
L. G. A. Stars ,.. 9 6 .61)3
Hn A. Ha. 20th Inf. 8 fl .571
Tasco naileries- ... o u -uu
Blatz Brewers ..,, 1 ... 14 .087
-'Next Games
. Saturday, March 2: Lou Glud
Agency ys Hq. and Hq. 20th in
Monday. March 4: cerveceria
Nacional vs Lou Glud Stars.
Tuesdav. March 5: Blatz Brew
ers vg Hq. and Hq. 20th Infan-
. Wednesday, March Tasco
Batteries vs Cerveceria Nacio
nf ore a half filled stand on
wrinfsdav evenine. Bob New
man. ane .Tasco Ditcher and
tnom mnnflfrer.; hurled the sec
ond no-hit-no-run game this
season In the .Pacific Softball
T.pamip. i ;
Shutting out Lou Glud Stars 1
to o In -a thriller, both Newman
and Fritz Cheney did a superb
nitchers' lob." in- the entire
game, a fast one, only two hits
were made, all against Cheney
the loser. ,
nlud stars was; in a great
frnmritt to obtain runs and hits
hut Newman's Ditching form
was such of any 'Hai league" ex-
Jtommon ViK nreviOUSlV
inf tnm crnmp aeainst Ha. ana
Hq. 20th infantry In a double double-header.
header. double-header.
The game's only run was
scored In the second inning,
urtfvi rym auiav Fritsvold earned
a Knsn on halls and later ad
vanced to second on a passed
ball On Newman's fly-out. the
runner held, then Heft 'fielder
nhrint. atenned in and sent ; a
line drive through the hole in into
to into center scoring Fritsvold from
second: :
TAfter this. Cheney 'limited the
battery-boys to one other hit
and struck out wree, au u v
fifth Inning. ;-
-tCHud s scorinp; were new .to
m. nin Tn the third, de la. Ma-
ter drew ,a walk and was sacri sacrificed
ficed sacrificed to second by Cheney, then
stole third after Malene's tlong
fiw t.A renter was caucht how?-
ever, with Jones linins; out to
rtrYi t.h riinner died on third.
From this point, Newman held
all the opposing uaiiers ic ei
ther flyouts or. infield outs.
The box score:
Lou Glud Stars
Ab R
Malene ..
Lacy ..
Lund ..
Johnson ..
Trout .
E. McArthur
de la Mater
Cheney".. ..
19,0 0
Tasco Batteries
Dennis ..
Blough ..
Welty .
Ghrlst ..
Smith .'.
1 Totals
.. 3
.. 3'
,i 2
. -umpire; Mart Metheny. Scor Scorer:
er: Scorer: Henry Clark.
Pan Llquido 15, Blats Brewers 5
Cerveceria Nacional "Pan Ll Llquido,"
quido," Llquido," first half winners of the
Pacific Softball League, extend extended
ed extended their wins to thirteen with
only one ame more to play.
In thrashing the. cellar occu occupants,
pants, occupants, Blatz Brewers, Pan Ll Llquido
quido Llquido tallied 15 runs to the
Brewers 5.
Ed campesi, making his sec second
ond second appearance for Cerveceria
on the mound, overshadowed
Blatr with a windmill pitching
style, tossing a neat four-hitter
to gain the triumph. "Red"
Keith, Blatz' dependable pitch pitcher,
er, pitcher, again went down In defeat.
He jtave way to Jim Hunter In
the fourth. ; y ;
'In three Innings. Cerveceria
Nacional made -a total of 12
runs including a homer by John
ny paaron. It was a one-smea
battinif practice match with on only
ly only five Pan Llquido batters mak making
ing making 11 hits.
Score Br Innlnrs
B. Brewers 100102 0 5 4 "5
pan Llquido 255 300 x 15 II 4
Umpires: Marv Metheny ( and
Larry .Jones. Scorer: Henry
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Kiirtita, Buksch. tc Pama, Low af
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LITTLE Leaguers Sports .
(Standings Feb, 26
Won Lost GB
. ,2 t, 1
Mutual Of Omaha,
' 1
'2 1
3 2
Coco solito Cubs
Coca Cola 3ottlers
Coco Solo Braves
rThe Pirates opened this week's
play y deieatinK the Coca Cola
Bottlers 5 to 4 on Monday after afternoon
noon afternoon at the Margarita Little
League Field 'in a game which
saw the losing pitcher, Ricky
Sanchez, twirl a,no-hit game.
In pitching the first no-hitter
of the year. Sanchez was the
victim of his team's miscues as
he gave up only. two earned
runs., Will Willi. the Pirates win
ning pitcher allowed three hits,
and he also was the victim of
poor playinfr behind hinv Only
one or the Cola's lour runs were
earned. -
Corky Cortes made a maBnifl-
cent diving atch In centerfield
as he dove for a ball hit by Don
Stohrer. He took the ball just
oerore hitunp; the ground to
make the out. The three hits of
the eame were all singles, two of
which belonged to Dave Wilder,
who until the sixth had the
game's only two hits.
The box score:
Sanders, 2b, rf
Hilty, 3b .....
Chin, c ;
Cortez, cf
Alberga. sj .
...... 0
Scheidegg, lb
Murray! If .
Butcher, rt
fl 1
WiU, p
21,5 0
Coca Cola
Wilder, lb 3
Rosco'e, 3b 2
.1 im
Peterson, ss ........ 3
Dockery, c ......... 3
Sanders, cf ......... 3
Hutchinsonl 2b ..... 3
Stohrer, rf ......... 3
uroucn,, f. . .' i
SanderJ, 2
.tTOUU ; Off t : f X t
Score By Innincs
Pirates a 112 010 5 0,
Coca, Cola i 100 030 4 3
In one of the finest games
seen in Little League this year,
the police.'Pals defeated Mutua.
D umuu 1 W-uu xueouajr
afternoon. The game was a ter
rif ic pitchingr duel between Jim
Jonebloed and Bud walnio. It
was a wonderful win tor Jong
bloed hut a" touch one lor 'WW-
nio to lose."
The game's only run cam- in
the fifth lnnlna without a hit
tfeinn made. Carpenter, the first
batter was safe at first on an
error by Chuckle Bath, smith
next 'hit a grounder with Car Carpenter
penter Carpenter being; out at second on
the fielder's choice. Brayton was
then walked, cooper then hit a
ball to Wainio who threw to
third for the force, only to have
usually reliable Rear Lum drop
the ball. With the' bases loaded
Butch Orr worked Wainio for a
walk to score the game's only
run. . -Mutual
threatened in the fifth
with a bases loaded, no out set setup,
up, setup, only to have Jongbloed strike
out the next three batters to
quell the Mutual uprising. Again
in the sixth with bases loaded,
jongbloed struck out Hauser for
out No. 2, and with Seeley at
bat, Rusty Field was caught try trying
ing trying to steal home, thus ending
a most exciting game.
The box score:
Police Pals
Orr, cf .,
McElhone, ss
Karplnski. 2b
Coffin, lb
jongbloed, p
Carpenter, c
Smith, If
H ;E
0 1 0
0 0
Brayton, ,3b
Cooper, rf
21 12 1
Mutual of Omaha
Lum, Reg. ss ....... 3
Bath, lb 3'
ield. c 2
Wainio, p i... ....... 3
Burza, 3b .......... 3

CAROL alse plays tbe plane in the Baftos Bar
. II p.m. f z .m. Sun, Toes Wed. A Tbsr.


Hauser; 2b
Lum, Rol, rf ........
Sanders, rf H ........
Seeley, rf ...,
Dockery, cf
Kier. cf
TT4l.l-.. 1
Billison, If WV.1V.
'fll 0 2 3
y Score By Innings
Police Pals 000 0101 2 1
M. of Omaha 000 0000 2 3
rThe coco Solito Cubs had to
come from behind to defeat the
Coco Solo Braves 5 to 2 In their
game played 'Wednesday after after-noon.
noon. after-noon. 1 1
The Braves started out with a
bang by scoring two runs on;
three hits off starter Jodice.
Lather Quinn was brought oni
to put out ine iire Ana ne very
well did just that. With bases
loaded and no one out, he pro proceeded
ceeded proceeded to strike out the side. He
hurled no-hit-noruni .! ball for
three innings. Mario VUlamarzo
then took over and r he also
pitched no-hit-no-run-ball for
the last three innings of the
Carlos Seabolt started for the
Braves, worked three Innings
and was charged with "the loss.
Wayne Hardisty nitched the last
three Innings for the Braves al allowing
lowing allowing only two hits and orte
run. Quinn and Joe Koch each
had doubles, the only extra base
hits of the game.
The .pox score;
1 ; Coco Solito .Cobs
0 Eberenz, rf -......
0 Kandrln. .rf A...,
0 weber,. 2b
0 uinn. lb, ,p,. 3b
-I Villamarzo,.3b,. p
Koch, c .v
McNamee. ss ...
Falney. If
Heffner, cf
jodice, p, lb .....
V Coco Solo Braves
Seabolt, t; 9y. ;-...v.f S t
Ron7.oumet. cf . i .' i1 3 ', 1

Ab R H E
.7. 3 0 0ft
... 1 on 0

...3 1 ft

3 2 2 0
... 3 i a n
. 3 ,1 10
... soli
... 7 ft 1 o!

4.. 0 0

...2 0 0 0
an 7 i

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BuUinaton lb" 2 0
Rice, ss ;,.,.. 2 7"
Olinhant," 2b .;,'. 3 0
Hakanson. rf .,.. 1 0
Rharick, If 1 ft
Dyer. If,.-......... 1 0
21 2 3 6
Score By Tnnlnfs
(104 01 ft S
200 0002
Cubs :
Second Half Standings,
Won Lost Pet.
Spur- Cola .
..2 0 1.00ft
Lincoln Life 2
Police J 2
Elks 1414 1
Seymour Aeency .. 1
Gibraltar Life .... 1
Seymour Agency 6, Elks 1414 8
Seymour Agency snaoped their
losing streak and won their
first ball jrame this season, in
this famine, Seymours lost 11
and tied two games.
On Thursday at the padre
Llttl- League park. Pearl laid
down a bunt which he heat out
for a hit, Carlson followed no
with a clean hit,. and then Boat Boatwright
wright Boatwright cleared the sack3 with a
three run homer.
The victim of this early up
rising was Quiros. With a three
run advantage. Arosemena. Rey-
mour's chucker went to work on
the Elks, and he held them In
check until the last inning, and
for a while it looked thnt losing
streak was to be extended.
In this Hast lnnln Arosemena
lost his control end hl wiMness
in. a wav worked to, hi advan advantage,
tage, advantage, because twice on wlH
oitches Elks runners on third
tried to score and were .railed
out at the plute.
.A it was Elks scored two runs
In this frame and b"d be bes
loaded when the final;, batter
fanned. After the ame the
players and their nareni went
on a celebration sDree. snd from
alT appearances the attain-'. of
los'.nc took snore out of the nr nr-ents
ents nr-ents than It did from the young,
iters. ;
Poatwright. heides h home
run had a donble. snd Burton
continued his hitting for the
our informal club for
7 ev'ery' FRIDAY and
"from midnight to.
in. the air-conditioned comfort
: Nightcap on-thivhouae

NO TRICK The camera
tingle isn't 'what makes Tom
Alston, St. Louis. Cardinals'
first baseman, seem so big. He
actually is. Tom stands 6-5.
He's started workouts at St.
Petersburg, Fla., camp.
Elks and also had two safeties.
The box score:
Seymour Agency
Pearl 2b
Carlson cf
Boatwright ss ..
Ab R
. 3 1
. 3
. 3
, 3
i S'-
. 3
.. 3
. 3
. 2
uorrigan c
Raymond 3b
Anderson lb
AiPerra If
Moses rf. .i'.Vv,.
Arosemena p
Elks 1414 ;
O. Berger lb 2
Poore lb
Gangle rf ....
Stoudnor 2b, t
Mullins ss .
Quiros p. 2b .
Burton 3b .
OiBettsack cf
OiBurganer If
M -.4
Small's' Summer's park tried
vainlv to stem the tide of
runs beipe accumulated by Ttv Ttv-oli'i
oli'i Ttv-oli'i Motors in yest,erdav plav
but nded un on the short er.a
of l'-7 core.
Garfield'i "Motor Fovs" eai
lv solved the deliveries of the
three ."Snarks" Ditchers rnd
Dlled un sven bits, an rikin"
oit onlv four times. "Soarks-
hitters outhit T-Motors bv eleht
hits but elht men went down
vi the strikeout route.
Too hitters of the day were L.
Jimenez. W. Thomas nd A. Da Da-briel
briel Da-briel each hitting ?-3. iimene2
orovlded manv a thr'Htn mo
ment with his aggressive play.
The Box score:
Tivoll Motors Ab
C. parris, 3b 2
C. Yearwood, If 4
G. Ogarro, ss 4
R. Long, p
A. Mayers: lb
V. Scantlebury, cf
E. Dixon, c
G. Hinds, rf
F. fielgrave, 2b ..
Sommer's Parks
A.'Hindslb ...
M. Garnetts, ss
E. Dabriell
R. Juline, ss '.
W. Thomas, tf
L. Jimenez, cf
C. Burgess, 3b
!C. Hazan. 2b
A. Dabriel .
G. caloate
Dixon .i
Score By Innings
Tlvoli Motors
Sommer's F.
' Winning pitcher: R. Lane 1 1-.Loslne
.Loslne 1-.Loslne Ditcher: a. Coloate
0-l). Umpires: J. West.-Scorer:
A. Peterkln. Time: .1:35.
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;' FRIDAY, MARCH 1, 195T


FOR RENT: Nictly furnish furnished
ed furnished chalet at 48th street. Living Living-dining
dining Living-dining room, thrt btdreomt,
kitchtn, back porch, garage.
Master, badreem and back
porch airconditionad. For furthr
r information call Panama 3 3-'
' 3-' 4641.
FOR RENT: 3-room House
w-running watar and 5000 ma ma-tars
tars ma-tars land at Chilibra Suitabla
for ratirad Canal Zona Loeal Loeal-rata
rata Loeal-rata amploya $12.00 Tel. 3-2474
Retarva NOW. Inexpensive sat
isfying vacations Santa Clara
Baach. Shrapnel's furnishad
heusas. Phone Balboa 1772.
PHILLIPS Ocaansida Cottagas
Santa Clara. Box 1890 Pana Panama,
ma, Panama, R. da P. Phona Panama
3-1877,. Cristobal 3-1673.
baach homo. Out mil past Ca Casino.
sino. Casino. Phono Balboa 1866.
Penlecoslal Faith
Church To Hold
Welcome Service
' A welcome .service in honor of
Evangelist McDougal will be held
tonight at the Pentecostal Faith
Church of God, 26th St. Chorrillo,
at 7:30.
The evangelist is a member of
the United Pentecostal Council of
The Assemblies of God, Inc., with
general office in Cambridge, Mass.
He is a native of Trinidad, B.W.I.
He arrived in U.S. Aug. 18, 1956
from England. On Dec. 3 he left
the U.S. for Aruba where he spent
ten weeks. From Aruba he travel
to Curacao where he spent two
weeks. He arrived on the Isthmus
Feb. 26. .
i During his' Panarrfa Bro.
;McDougal will conduct Evengeljs-
tic campaigns intyarious places.
t Elder L. Cathefwood exteiWs a
cordial invitation: to the public to
, attend this Serviced a?
Humphrey Accepts
$22 Million Cut
For Treasury
Treasury Secretary George M.
Humphrey today accepted without
protest a 22 million dollar House
jcut in the Treasury appropriation
lor fisca' 1958. But he asked for
leeway 'n' applying it.
Humphrey recently urged Con-i
fL.r' fiscal loss 71.8 billion
cress to cut rresmem juacir
dollar budget but declined 10
point out
where it could
Double beds with
irpring and mattress. $49.0C
o Metal chests of
drawers 9-58
Wardrobes 15.08
Dinette Sets 69.0f
Metal Sideboards . 15.00
Metal beds (39) with
Spring 14.51
Cribs with new
- mattresses 39.00
Center Tables 15.04
s Linoleums 6.95
e Chairs 2.50
Bunk beds with
mattress 69.0A
Folding- costs 22.90
National Ave. No. 41
Phone 3-4911 or 3-7341
The super-automatic
simple, practical, push pushbutton
button pushbutton sewing machine.
Th only machine that
.doe buttonholes
automatically without
turning the fabric.
A standard VtCCtTf can be
Bad for S145.H with so down
payment and installments of
only $12.
mW Mw Hrry frta.
Bfta Vfcta amr
Janta Am law Ac eat -cvraer
f 44 Jtt.

i V -r. ..." . '
Houses Apartments



ATTENTION. Q. I.I Just built
medsna furnished apartments, I,
2 bedrooms, hot, cold wittr.
Phone Panama 3-4941.
FOR RENT: Modern apart apart-mtnt,
mtnt, apart-mtnt, 6 closets, 2 bedrooms,
living room, dining room, kit kitchen,
chen, kitchen, porch, garage. 46th St,
East. No. 2-61. Phone 3-1423.
FOR RENT: Two apartments,
furnished $65.00 unfurnished
$45.00. Bedroom, living room.
Francisco Filos street No. 27,
Vista Hermosa. Telephone 3 3-3270.
3270. 3-3270. FOR RENT: Nicely furnish furnish-ed
ed furnish-ed apartment in residential sec sec-,tion.
,tion. sec-,tion. Very cool, 20 meters from
sea. Call 2-2011 Saturday morn morn-In
In morn-In only for appointments.
FOR RENT: Completely furn furnished
ished furnished 2 bedroom apartment, hot
water, garden. Campo Alegre.
near O.K. Amigo. Telephone 3-
FOR RENT: Furnished apart,
ment. North American neigh neighbors,
bors, neighbors, regular transportation.
$50.00. Telephone Panama 3-04-71.
FOR RENT: 2-bedroom apart apartment,
ment, apartment, porch, hall, dining-sitting
room, kitchen, maid's room
with independent service, $110.
46th Street No. 8. Phone 3-0351.
Commercial Sites
er Corner of 32nd. Street and Avenida
Balboa. Inciudts aircondition,
Janitor service,, light and wa watar.
tar. watar. Phone: Stempel and Gar Garcia,
cia, Garcia, 3-0238.
Wife-Trading Gobs
Guilfy Of Filing
False Travel Claim
Coast Guardsman William E.
Miller, 26, pleaded guilty at his
court martial today on charges
arising from "wiie swap'" with
'at shipmate. x ..,
Tt wasn't I hut tho rnxi
objected to Miller of Priest River,
Idaho, and James H. Prichard, 24,
Fresno, Calif., trading wives. U
was just that they each began
claiming travel pay for their new
mates before the marriages were
Last" May the Millers and the
Pnchards obtained interlocutory
divorce decrees. Instead of wait waiting
ing waiting tne required year for his di
vorce to become final, Prichard
and the former Mrs. Miller were
married in Reno. Miller and the
formei Mrs. Prichard waited. But
both put in claims for travel pay
ior meir new wives.
Prichard pleaded guilty to filing
a false travel pay claim and
Millei did the same today.
Prichard's penalty was reduc-

De uue graae irom Doai Doai-i
i Doai-i swain 8 mate first class, plus a
f5240 fine. Miller, who had been

Ian enginemai first class, also was
reduced one grade and restricted
to the base for two months.
No Rivalry
At Bottom
Of Bakery Bustup
delivery truck operated by the
Spang Baking Co., skidded across
an intersection here Wednesday
and crashed into the window of
the Amster Bagel Bakery.
An Amster official said the ac accident
cident accident surely was accidental be because
cause because Span? doesn't make bagels
and we don't male mvthinn
CALL 2-2374
CALLS 'TILL 10:00 P.M.
e 25-cycle Conversion
"e Antenna Installation

I I I 1 m

C L A S. S

BARDO LOM-BARDO No. 26 "B" Street .MORR180N 4th of July Ave. & J Sf. LEWIS SERVICE Ave. Tivoll No, FABMACIA ESTAOOS IINIDOS 14S Central Ave,
FARMACIA LUX 164 Central Avenue a) HOUSEHOLD EXCHANGE J. Fo. de la Ossa Ave. No. 41 FOTO DOMY Juslo Arosemena Ave. and 33 St. O FARMACIA
VAN-DER-JIS SO Street No. S3 FARMACIA EL BATURRO Parqua Leievre 7 Street FARMACIA "SAS" Via Porrai ll MOVEDADES ATHIS Beaidt
the Bella VUla Theatre. : .' . '. v .,,;

FOR SALE: Chevrolet or Ply Plymouth
mouth Plymouth 1953 model. Very good
condition. Low mileage. Sell
either one. Telephone Balboa
FOR SALE: Oldsmobile Su Super
per Super 88, 1951, four door Sedan,
beit offer. Albrook 3226. :
FOR SALE: 1954 Ford Cust Custom
om Custom Ranchwagon, excellent con
dition, two tone finish, radio,
overdrive. No trade-in. Call Pa Panama
nama Panama 2-3125 8:00 1:30 and Pa Pa-nama
nama Pa-nama 3-5399 after 2 p.m.
FOR SALE: Cadillac 1951 4
door Sedan Model 62 Black
with all deluxe accessories.
Call Albrook 4109 after 4 p.m.
FOR SALE: 1956 M.G. Conv.
Excellent condition. Call
Gulick 653. Can be seen at 531 531-A
A 531-A Gulick Heights.
General Agent
Gibraltar Ufe Ins. Co.
for rates and information
Tel. Panama 2-0552
Packers Shippers Mover
Phones 2-2451 22561
' Learn Riding at
Riding) fir Jumping Clanet daily
. 3 to 5 p.m. Phone 2-2451
or by appointment.
Balboa Service Center
Mondav Thru Thursday
Balboa 2-2959
tor I S personnel and their
families only.
r Model V
With F 1.2 Lens
Panama N. Xork Colon
. JACOirr OM BMD6 r
Written for NfcA Service
a AK53
K 10 9 5
A 10984 2
VQJ 8 7 6 5
A10 9
North and South vul.
South West North East
IV 2 A 2 Pass
2 V Pass 4 V Pass
Pass Pass
Opening lead K
AL1HUUUH Nnrth'l inmr,
game was a trifle on the light side
and Souths oDenine hiri tho hir.
- - JH.Mf. IV
cm minimum, me contract was a
gooc one.
aouth won the oneninir loaH nt
i the club king and returned the
sun. ii ne could ruu Ins remain remaining
ing remaining club, he would be able to get
nd of his losing diamond on the
king ot spades.
West saw the da near and
promptly led ace, king, and anoth
er nean. inis ten bouin with an
apparent sure loser since he could
not throw both a club and a dia diamond
mond diamond on one spade winner.
This did not worry South at all
He saw a sure saueeze if Rait
did not hold more than two dia diamonds
monds diamonds and a nseudo saueeze in
lany event.
South cashed bis three good
trumps, discarding two diamonds
and mad frrtm rlnmmv Wt
held on to the tjueen of clubs, a
aiamona, ana uree spaaes. test
had to bold three diamonds, and
thus was forced la en rinom in
jtwo spades. .
bout, led to dummy's king of
diamonds and returned to his own
ace. East followed to both dia diamonds,
monds, diamonds, but he had already 1en
squeezed out of his potential spade spade-stopper.
stopper. spade-stopper. The second diamond nlav uumi.
ed West. He could not afford to
let go of the queen of clubs, so be
shed a spade. Now dummy's three
spades were good, for the last
three tricks. i


FOR SALE: 8" tilting arbor'
bench saw and 6" grinder,
powered by 1.2 HP double end
shaft 60 cycle motor Air
compressor complete, with
spray gun with 1-3 HP 60 cycle
motor.- All mounted on 28" x
28" steel frame tool bench on
wheels. 759-C Barnebey St. 2 2-4413.
4413. 2-4413. Interested In Old Coins? I
have "halfdimes" over 100'
year old. Call 2-0966, 6 p.m.
to 9 p.m.
SPANISH: Panama Canal
Company invites proposal for
furnishin 32 items (approxim (approximately
ately (approximately 1,568 copies) of books in
Spanish for use as school text textbooks.
books. textbooks. Sealed bids will be re received
ceived received in the office of Super Superintendent
intendent Superintendent of Storehouses, Bal
boa, for opening in public at
10:30 a.m., March 7, 1957. Invi Invitation
tation Invitation No. P-57-10 may bo ob obtained
tained obtained from the above' office,
telephone 2-2777.
(Continued (rum P-te 1)
"On this important occasion,
when dedicated, enlightened
leaders from the nation of the
Americans are assembled for the
high purpose of finding new
ways of uplifting mankind
send you greeting. I recall with
considerable pride that the first
of this series of meetings was
held in Havana, a few years ago.
and that out of that conference
came plans and blueprints for. a
better world based oil the tri
plication of the 'principles of
Christianity to tne-dauy lire- or
more and more of the free men
and women' of the Americas.
Later, I had the good fortune to
receive and spend a very pleas pleasant
ant pleasant hour with a- sincere, charm charming
ing charming and devout gentleman,, my
good friend, Dr. Abraham
Vereide. .
"In the inevitable struggle a-
galnst the sinister forces vhich
seek to destroy our way of life
and substitute heathenism for
religion, i believe that Chris Christianity
tianity Christianity must and will provide
the inspiration, the moral rour rour-4ge
4ge rour-4ge and the fearless leadership
for the great masses of God-lov-inc
people throughout the world.
Many of those people have be become
come become timid confused by the
false pronhets of Communism
and bewildered by the great
Communist lie. .
"You of the International
Council for christian Leadership
deserve and enioy the admira admiration
tion admiration of all decent neonle been use
yoti have the Faith, hefausp von
believe. Yon have found prest
nersonsl satisfaction, srreat mor moral
al moral fortitude, great pear of
mind in the teachings of Thrift.
Ths has increased -th atrepo-tn
of vonr ronvWion and i"snird
grater devotion to the ransc.
"Von can never fnrtt. nt In
voi"" Cruflo for Christ, vour
burden will h pnormmis- vo't
personal ,srr,r' will h mni mni-tlnle.
tlnle. mni-tlnle. Yoi"- fle-bt fod vi't
be ronranreoiis. 'lltant sn n n-rpi.nt)ncr.
rpi.nt)ncr. n-rpi.nt)ncr. r tr pnd vnu
wi'l count wo" VBfvir; fnr
vo" rewards will be thousand thousandfold.
fold. thousandfold. "You will hav- the sfac-i
a i j iu.i a uii.
lion O" Knnwintp Tni in srme vi
setbacks and dxlntmenK
vou have been nHvllegerf tr ren
der en outnt-m'Mn crrlsr'n
ervicn to vo"' God and to vour
fellow To men en rsk
n-ior" My Ood vie yon xrid
wr'nt th rhriti 4o c,rrT
divr trident of the Repvblic
of Cuba."
PTinrinal of he
ConneH nr CeWn f fdr fdr-shin
shin fdr-shin are 1 to .' -n t
women eornwtte-I Prl 'n
w"r' Avar n
rhr"n lifV
0rWil ferret 4n orrtrr to
strengtrien the total Imract.
ICL groups areJiow meeting
regularly throughout" the United
States and other narta or the
Continent. Several ICI croujwj
functions in the U.S. 5enai ana
House of Representative.
Every year, the ICL sponsors a
President breakfast at the May
flower Hotel in Washington u.
C, which is attended not oniy
br the leaden of the united
Kitt hut hT some of the im
portant figures in the politic
and economic spheres in oiner
The meetinrs cf the 1CC1.
continued at the Hotel panamr.
this afternoon, the ciosma: ses
sion being rehedulatf for tomor tomorrow
row tomorrow at 10:45 svm.

I F l E D S

Boats & Motors
FOR SALE:. t used boats, 12
to 17 ft. $75.00 op. Also 5 traif traif-ers,
ers, traif-ers, $60.00 up. Complete stock
Elto and Evenrude motors. Sell
or trade. Store closed Tuesday
next week. ABERNATHY. Ph.
Panama 3-4895 3-0244. Niils
and holidays 3-6435.
$2.50 for local TV servico calls
UNTIL March 15 to acquaint
you with our service. SAME
DAY service if you call be before
fore before 7 p.m. Our work is un unconditionally
conditionally unconditionally guaranteed. Open
9 a.m. to 10 p.m.' daily. Phone
2-4414, U.S. Television (all sorv
ice c.o.d.). ',.':- :
The best dinners and drinks -are
served in our modern air air-conditioned
conditioned air-conditioned cafeteria, grill and
bar. Hotel International "Pla "Plaza
za "Plaza 5 de Mayo.
Cricket News
The second game of the Pacific
Cricket League gpt underway on
Feb. 24 at La Boca, between the'
Paraiso CC and the WomacK At
merican Whiskey CC. I
Captains G. Brutoii and E. Wade
of the Paraiso .&, W.A.W. CC spun
coin at 12:30 p.m. which turned
in favor of Paraiso and the cap I
tain decided to send his opponents,
10 bat. Is- ., i
Wade sent in his opening bats batsmen
men batsmen ii. Campbell 'and H. Kerr a 1
gainst the; bowling of A. Shan anl
R. Prince. They played sound
cricket for nearly two hours untl
Reynolds joined Campbell .but
did not. remain long, the score
now stffod 2 wickets for" 93 runs.
The next! man in. G. iBrown.'leit
ed only one ru& i-before he ;was
brilliantly caught by captain Bru
ton off Shan's bowling,, k
inen came a neat pad-stumpin?
by stumper Duncan to dismiss the
brilliant batsman S. Campbell for
53 runs, with every stroke in a
batsman s repertoire.
S. Brown who had replaced Jor
dan' was joined by E. Hylton but
with two runs added tc th score
from his bat he drove- Williams
hard to the long off .boundary
where he was caught by, the Hold
er. ;
The skipper E. Wadei went in
but hylton, aftCl braking his ducc
was caught off William's bowling
Waite joined, his skipper who wis
oy tnis time settled down and we
hitting the pall to every corner of
the field.
Luckily for Paraiso this contl
nued for about 14 minutes in which
14 runs were marked in his favo
when Shan decided to knock his
wicket back. Eight wickets wer
now down for 111 runs and tn
captain declared his innings clos
ed. i-
Bowling for Paraiso A. Shan
took 4 wickets for 37 rons, A. Wil
liams 4 wickets for 21, R. Prince
No uriplrptc inr 99 runs P!.

The Paraiso CC with two hounillh DprilAflC FflF
to knock off the runs, opened withLHH". sc.u,c3 1 vl

A. Luke and L. Brown to the bowl-
ing of (i. Brown and S. Brown
(two left banders). Luke showed
fine form (after a lay-off for ap approximately
proximately approximately two years) playing
the deliveries of G. Brown care carefully
fully carefully with perfect timing, whils
the stubborn L. Brcwn at the otb
er end defended suoerblv. Sudden-
Luke became aggresive lifting
iiic ui i. nrnwn s npiivanpi y
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score but aftc- making 10 nm

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spinners on nis wicRet.
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A Shan was the next man in bu
was sent back by G Brown with
out scoring. G. Pinder followed
showing goot defence in scoring
one when he wa sent back by G.I
Brown. Then came Holder and
Cole together who showed that
they wer- there t0 tay until the

h T .trow.
'itubbom bttin. and
r'v hoMer wa en in. caught
s. Brcwn bow'ed G. Brtiwn
Cant. G. Bru'on was gfven the
usi'al ovatmp in coming to bat
and he with Co'e defended nicely
hut was caught and bowled by
Camohell for 2 runs. Temnle Join Joined
ed Joined Cole whe ihur far hart 14 rnr
to hia credi. however. Cole'a atar
at aHoirf die tn H a he was
e'ean howier1 by S Brown. r
Williams followed and left be'ie
bowled ty Kerr for one. Roddy
Prince the Bannermaa of Paraiso
came in last wicket when Temple
had T nms to his credit and twen twen-tv
tv twen-tv minutes to go for can of time.
The spectator settled down to se
a disnfav o re' dewa-ve bat-j
t'n but S. trowr rtld down
ieeve another rWch took out hi
Nst a"d beat trick rave the pa-j
tient Prince a i4 s which e
nlaved neatly then Bf toes thj
bowler's arm. Down eavme the ball1

of stnmns. but after komei".uu.

i Home Articles

FOR SALE: Bedroom,; living
room end kitchen set plus
hope chest. Phone Navy 3173
from 4:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m.
FOR SALE: Refrigerator
Norge, S ft. $100, fan $20, both
25 cycle. 1527-B, Almond St.,
Gavilan Area, Balboa. Phone
Balboa 1781.
FOR SALE: Westinghouso re refrigerator,
frigerator, refrigerator, porcelain in and out.
Easy Spindrier washing mi-
chine. : Westinghouso vacuum
cleaner. Metal dresser and
bode. Eleajric fan. Miscellane Miscellaneous
ous Miscellaneous items. Phone Balboa 2-1339.
House 713-C Prado, Baiboa.
FOR SALE: 6 Venetian a-
lyminum blinds 48x40, metal
buffet. 2 dining room table and
6 chairs, 3 Rattan chairs, 3 end
tables, glider hammock, lamps
and other, items, R.C.A. radio
table model. Phone Navy 3015
or 3072.
Real Estate
Lovely level lots in Transisth Transisth-mian
mian Transisth-mian Highway, near Zone bord border,
er, border, 15 minutes from Balboa.
$800 total price, only $200 down
$10 monthly. PATTERSON 3 3-1114.
1114. 3-1114. FOR SALE: Only $544 down,
$28 monthly, one bedroom cha
let, dining-living room, bath, (
porcn, i urn. si. kio Aoaio.
Price: $4,444.00 CASA PROPIA
ly only $1,500 down, large' 3 bed bedroom
room bedroom house on concrete e -umns,
nice cool lot, Radio Ci City;
ty; City; price; $7,500. PATTERSON
. ""
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In (llrinaiVa TOIlTlAn
lH WillliailB l vlllvll
LONDON, March fUP) The
United; States has a ''colonial ad
mlnLstration" in Okinawa and, un unless
less unless there is a radical change in
the eolor of the Peiping regime,
Americans wilj stay put in this
strategic Pacific island, the Times
said in a special article today
i' "...
The article, by the Times Far
Eastern correspondent, said it was
unusual 10 see tne Americans
assuming against their will, the
role of colonial administrators."
"For that, irt snite of all ea-
1""' "1B u.".,u "r
Military needs were paramount
in the United States administra administration
tion administration of Okinawa which, the Times
correspondent said, was "a vital
link and certainly the strongest in
the chain of defenses which runs
from the Aleutians to the nllip
"Here atomic weapons .can be
stored without mass demonstra demonstrations
tions demonstrations or questions in the Diet,"
the article said.
Giants. Ilegofiafing
1st Siring Catcher
PHOENIX, Ariz., (UP)-While!
Bill Sarni lay senously' ill in a!
local hospital his baseball careen
ended the New York Giants to-!
day re-opened trade negotiations i
with the Cincinnati Rediegs in me
hope of acquiring a replacement
K- i-iT t-v
T. reH. ...
heved to be only "muscular;
MM.Irmit t Hi li-nt-
workout at the Giants' training
camp here Monday. However, the
ailment was diagnosed officially
as a "moderate coronary"
Wednesday by his physician. Dr.
Islie Smith.
' The ?9-year-old backstop must
remain in the hospital "for at
least four or five more weeks,"
Dr. Smith said. The physician
s heart attack was
imilar tc that suffered by Presi-
dent Eisenhower in 1955.
"It is a moderate attack, but
he will not be able to play again,"
Dr. Smith revealed "Sarni 's nor normal
mal normal Ufe should not be affected,
lust his athletic career.'.
Sarni who is married, and the;
father of two children, will be j
kept on the Giants' roster as a
coach following his' recuperation.'
He needs only about two-thirds uf j
a season to qualify for a pension:
as a five-year man. j
a bice short Ditched one and Rod
dy bit hooking to deep square leg
where be was neatly taken oy ba baton
ton baton Waite, and Paraiso was a I
out for 67 runs with IS minutes
before the drawing of stumps.
The Womack American Whiskey
CC achieved a well earned victo victo-rv.
rv. victo-rv. Bowling for Womack American
Whiskey, G. Brown captured 5
wicket a for 17 runs, S. Brown 2
for 33. S. Camr-bell 2 for 12 and
H. Kerr 1 for no runs.

WANTED: Experienced cook,
housekeeper.' References and
full knowledge of cooking, bak-.'
ing, serving necesvary. Apply
No, it Jose Cabrial Duque, La
Create. -
Chef with references, exp' In i
American, Chinese, Criollo and
. French dishes seeks employ,
ment. Well known. Write to
Box 4399 or. telephone 3-5100
Adults Teenagers Preteens
Balboa ; 2-4239. Harnett and
Wild Arab Welcome
: .-j,-v J' ."::''-
Staged For Neon's
Arrival In Morocco
RABAT, Morocco, March 1
(UP) U.S. Vice President Rich Richard
ard Richard M. Nixon arrived here today
for a tumultous reception featur
ing the traditional Arab welcome
feast of goat's milk and dates.
It was a triumphant start f 0 t
Nixon's 17,815, mile three week
swing through Africa a good wiL
tour designed to offset the rising
tide of Soviet penetration in the
oil and mineral-rich contjnent.'
Thousands of cheering Moroc
cans lined the streets as the vice
president's motorcade rolled slow slowly
ly slowly into the heart of the city from
Rabat Sale Airfield.
. Djebella-clad Berber tribesmen,
white and tan turbans swirled a-
round their heads and long rifles
slung over their shoulders, pranc-
ea on norseDacK aiong nis route.
White robed Moslem women, on
ly their dark eyes showing from
over their veils, wailed .a xdu-you-you''
Danger Bonuses
For Suez Work
Not Paid By US
The Fe d e t a 1 Maritime Board
ruled today that private ship
owners cannot charge the. govern government
ment government for danger zone bonuses
pail their employes for work in
the Suez Canal or Mediterranean
The board said such bonuses
and company payments for war
risk insurance, cannot be included
in operating differential subsidies
paid by the government, it oaseo
its decision on a Navy ruling that
no area in the world is considered
a "danger area" so far as navi-
ation is concerned.
Bishops Gooden,
Brooks Leave
Isthmus On Tour
Bishop R. Heber Gooden. left
the Isthmus yesterday morning
along with Bishop Gerald Henry
Brooks Lord Bishop of British
Honduras, for Tegucigalpa, Hon Honduras.
duras. Honduras.
The bishops will make a joint
visitation throughout Honduras,
El Salvador, and Guatemala be before
fore before Bishop Gooden returns to
the isthmus about March 13.


Experienced Spanish' gp4king cook for
American couple without child ren. Must
present references. Not required to live on
premises. Apply at 44th. Street No. 21 Bella

- -V

-" 1
200 Stevedores, Winchmen, Fore Foremen;
men; Foremen; must haye Canal Zone Elig Elig-jbility
jbility Elig-jbility Card; ; r 'r:
' -.' Report to
Balboa, Canal Zone,-. Monday,
March 4thjat 7:15 a.m. f


4, Cubic Feet COLDSPOT
; 5 Years Guaranteed (V
Ony xl at $249.
6 Gal. Electric Water Heater
s 10 Years Guaranteed '
y Only I at $49. i
SILVERTONE Record Player
Only s2 at $49.
SEARS; Los Angeles Only



hi Jil furf was &eilt Play th
nigh school .put on lasfweek. Mr.
Musselman and Mr. vHerr cam
through with, flying colors again.
We. had an usual -style of program
this season. Jhe play, I'hornpipers ;
and. castenets," was divided into
two plays. The lowland Sea and be.
fore Corlda.
"The Lowland Sea'.' was a bounty
opera with Grace Lombona and Or Orlando
lando Orlando Nunez as the si noina- lo.rf

The, 4heme is about .Doris ( graco
MHiuvuuf wver jonnnie (Orlando)
saving to go to sea for a few years.
1 he Glee Club of mixed voices did
-he hackground singing during the
opera. ; ';.!; .,
"Before The Corida." featuring

Amy Luddy andi Edgar Ameglio a t

oulltight one act play. The play is 'fi
based on a bullfiehter who ha ins.

fallen in love and is about tn entpr
the ring, for the weeklv Smula
Uight. The acting was superb and

the play, because of a large cast,
gave more' acting opportunities to
those who wished to try their luck
at acting. Boy, when Mr. Herr and
Mr' Musselman get together, they
come jOut with the best production
of the year. i ;,i H.r-
Our little Carnival group is real really
ly really making the rounds this season.
I'm sure everybody saw their oie.

tures in the Panama American at ;

me iiag-raismg in front of the Goe Goe-thals
thals Goe-thals memorial. Our Carnival aueen
Grace Lombona, was raidlating
ner beauty up there on the platform
with Gov. Potter and Oueen Rosa
lia and the lovely eanrlirlatsa fnr
the policemen's ball. We are hav
ing the Carnival dance on March 1
at the Army and Navy, club at A-
mador.yr; ur s, -L

: Everyone is invited to come to'
the "conjEettiTbali with any costume"
that comes to mind. This is really
going to start off the Carnival sea season
son season with rock 'n' roll, cha-cha-ch's -and
typical tamboritos. Come on
guys, get your gals1 and jump on
the bandwagont o the gay Carnival
dance. .
We have as bur student in the
spotlight sophomore president BUI
Brunner. Bill was born in Houston1,
Texas, and now lives in Clayton.
As far as clubs go, Bill has been in
the Chess Club and the Discussion 1
and Debate Club for two. years.

Last year he "was campaign man
ager for Jim Uoran when Jim was
running for SA president, and now
is the SA president. Being presi
dent of bis class he supervises ov
er all the committees rather than
being on any certain ene.
As for extracurricular activities
he goes out for football, swimming
and track. He s is a candidate for
the best individual award in ROTC.
In a recent Time magazine test that
all grades took, he had the highest
grade of the sophomore class; As of
the end of his freshman year,- ha
is third in his class. Bill plans to
be an' engineer and hopes to at attend
tend attend the State University of Min Minnesota.
nesota. Minnesota. For only being a sophomore
has reallv sone daces and believe
me he really works for all the cred
it bestowed upon him.

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WILSON CROOK. Supply and Employe Service Director, is shown above presenting a safe driver award to one of the vehicle
drivers 'employed by the Commissary and Service Center Division. The ceremony is being witnessed by C. J. Genis, acting
safety representative; W. C. Bain, superintendent of the Refrigerated Products Branch; C. P. Shay, manager of the Balboa
Commissary, and the drivers who won awards for one year of safe driving.
' v
30 Commy, Service Center Drivers Given Safety Awards

Safety Branch safe driver a a-wards
wards a-wards were presented this week to
80 Commissary and Service Center
Division motor vehicle operators,
all of whom have completed one
year of safe driving performance.
Twenty of the award winners

were employed on the Pacific side. the Balboa Commissary, W. C.
and received their citations fromlBain, superintendent of the Cold
Wilson H. Crook, supply and em-1 Storage Section, and C. J. Gems,

ploye service director, in a special acting safety representative.

ceremonv at the. Balboa Cold Stor

e Plant. Also oresent at the cere

mony was C. P. Shay, manager of

No Storms Seen For March But
Winds May Mess Up Your Hair

On the Atlantic side. 10 Commis

sary and Service Center Division
drivers received their awards from
R. L. Sullivan, acting general man man-aapr
aapr man-aapr nt t.hp Cffmrnissarv and Serv

ice Center Division, R. Q. Richard Richardson,
son, Richardson, delivery foreman at Mount

Hope, also was present.
The drivers winning these awards
are the men who deliver all the
Commissary and Service Center
siinnlio on the Pacific and Atlantic

sides, handle laundry, ice, milk,
groceries, cold storage and house-

,..: .tl,, .nnHitinns onH lnu,t tpmnpratur will svpr wares, avu up .rj

idz iimuwius -7 - n iu ed bv the commissary ana oeiv-
re based on past records and age 90 and 72 degrees at Balboa division.
may be expected to occur in the Heights and 85 and 77 degrees at pacific side drivers receiving the
Canal Zone and vicinity during Cristobal. The highest and lowes one vear safe driver award were:
March. temperatures on record are 97tClifford T. Chandler, Dalton A.
and 65 degrees at Balboa Heights, R bj David C. Williams, and

month of steady trade winds and bal.
hot and dry, sunny w e a t h t r

numiuiiT: ine average reia
tive humidity will be about 75 pet
cent at all stations, but the daily
range between high and low will
be about twice as great on t h e
Pacific side ai it will be on the
Atlantic side.

-Mirahi riin occurs on an av

mrmam nf nntv 2 davs during the

month at Balboa Heights and 11
days at Cristcbal. The average
rainfall for March is 0.6 inches
at Balboa Heights, 0.47 iaoh
, jj n. nA i LA inrnn at

Cristobal. The range from wettest
to driest on record is rero to 5.71


inches at Balboa Heights, lero to sky will be partly cloudy during

nn inMiM at Madden Dam and

.02 inch to 9.17 inches at Cristo Cristo-b
b Cristo-b Tamperature; Th.e daily highest
Pay Boost For GS
Workers Mooted
By Charlie Wilson
WASHINGTON (UP Secre Secretary
tary Secretary of Defense CharlA E. Wilson
plans to submit a recommenda recommendation
tion recommendation to the administration increas increasing
ing increasing the pay of government work workers
ers workers in higher grades by amounts
ranging from $5000 to $3,000 an

most of the daytime and mostly
clear at night. There will be an
average of about 8 hours a day
of sunshine per day or 70 per cen
of the amount possible.

George Chambers of the Refriger

ated Product JBrancn; uscar .men .men-son,
son, .men-son, Clarence D. Bovell, Kenneth


Engineers Reward
Two BHS Jfiidents
For Prize Essays
Two Balboa High School student student-were
were student-were awarded prizes and certifi
cates as winners of the essay con
test which was held recently in
the 9th anr 10th grades of Cristo
bal and Balboa High Schools in
honor of Engineers' Week. Carlo1
F.'Kiamco was the first prize win
ner and David L. Browne was the

FOGS: Night time and early mor morning
ning morning fogs may be expected occa occasionally
sionally occasionally over the Gaillard Cut sec

wwii vi in' veiiBi auu me veil. I ai A winner
section of the Isthmus along the ST.h.P Tl lZ ?on of orofessor
Trans-Isthmian Highway bu I 91'

nof .re likely t. occur at neeZ 1 Uni-?LthA.?'n'Ltnt"nce-
M?st. P'tversitv. Panaml. and resides in

and difsinat; Jr. I ?X gS Francis de U CaleU nd D
and dissipate before 8:30 a.m. vid gon of Mr and Mrg c

T iinArinfonHAnr H SI

Fresh northerly trade 'Si "i". 'u n "" i

c ii n aver-1 ree. cmM; zt no hna

age velocity of about .15 miles per n" '"fik and il'o re oec


winds will continue with

hour along the Atlantic Coast and

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10 miles per hour alone the Paei-:".!." ni r'

- 0hJ'kely 10 eXCMd 35 mlles,nal Zone Post, Society of Ameri,

They were recommended by an
advisory committee headed by
Ralph J. Cordiner, president of
General Electric. Under the. plan
workers holding the grade of GS7
who receive a starting salary of
ti S25. woula set a $500 raise.

Those in the top government 8wen tiong the Atlantic Coast.

tfrade G518 wouia nave men
pay raised from $16,000 to $19,000.

No storms are probable, but in
tensified northeast trades frequent
ly cause rough seas and a heav

Weather Or Not

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40 p.m.

RAF Transport
'Buzzed' By French
Myslere Fighters

T. Bowen, Conrad S. Drew, Syd
nev S. Francis. Cvnl Williams, Re

ginald B. Smith, Thomas H. Riley,
Alfredo Lopez, Adolphus L. Os

borne, Julius Joseph, Gabriel A.
Blackburn, Balboa Commissary;
Charles A. Inmss and Harold; F.

Brown, Gam boa Commissary; Ar

thur K. Richards, uiatuo service
Center, and Ralph Brooks, Balboa
Service Center. ;
On the Atlantic side, dlivers re receiving
ceiving receiving awards are: Gilberto Or

tega, Wilfred C. Warner, Lemuel A.
Hall. Jose M. Hernandez, Adolphus

J. Hunt, and Atanagilda Henriquez,
Mount Hope Delivery Section; Jo
shua Sales, General Manager's Of Office;
fice; Office; Carlton E. McClaren, Marga Margarita
rita Margarita Commissary; and John S. Hall
and Basilio Silgado of Mindl Dairy.
Man Who Terrified
La Boca Lunchers
Declared Insane

: Alfred Leopold Jtflerl. 31. Pa

namanian who ran amok in La Bo-
f n 1 1. Vl. 1.

ca service cenier last munin nas

been declarel legally insane and

committed to uorozai Hospital.
On motion of Assistant District

Attorney J. Morton Thomson,

charge of having entered the serv

ice center to commit larceny was

dismissed yesterday in Balboa ma

gistrate s, Courtr
An order committing him to Co
rozal was handed down, in U. S
District Court. ''

Transcript of the case showed
that Jeffers had spent several

months in Matias Hernandez Asy

lum in Panama last year, follow

ing a knifing attack on a woman.
The nsvchiatrlc report on Jef

fers said that after some weeks of

observation he continued to snow

symptoms of insanity, "sucn as au auditory
ditory auditory hallucinations and illusions

of persecution. :
Hp has shown no improvement.

thp rmnrt added, and "may at any

r .7 . l lit

time commit an aci or violence.
A copy of the report was given
n .Tpffpra brother in Panama.

Jeffers terrified noonday luncn-

ra and emnloves last Jan. i wnen

he strode into the service center

1 f' L.
US Rescue Vessel
Sets Oui To Free
Ice-Trapped Ship
MELBOURNE, Australia (UP)

The U.S. icebreaker Glacier set
out on a 4,000-nulK- rescue mission

tn th irp.-trannpri Jananpso Snvn'

r r 1 ....

Maru today and performed a side

rescue before she ; cleared Vic

toria's Port Phillip Bay.

Two fishermen in a disabled

launch hailed the glacier within
20 miles of Melbourne. t
The .dlacier's enlneers boarded
the boat but were unable to re repair
pair repair its engine. So the Glacier
hoisted launch and fishermen
aboard and deposited them at
Queenscliff, Victoria's last land landfall
fall landfall about 60 miles from Mel Melbourne.
bourne. Melbourne.
The U. S. Navy attack careoi

snip ArneD reached Sydney today
and immediately went into drv-

dock to repair damages received
New Year's Day when she was
locked for 36 hours in an Antarc Antarctic
tic Antarctic ice pack. .-.- t,,
The Arneb's executive officer,
Cmdr. Fred P.. McDsniel of
Hollywood, Fla., said the ice
snapped a propeller blade, bent
the rudder and damaged both
sides of the ship along its full

lengui. i
He said the 2,506 mile run from
Antarctica took the Arneb 11 days

msieac oi me normal six.

Liwiii wmmwrniiliiMllllKiii imiiii IMI rinnr-nrnmnn a Mtmmmmmmnmmmmimmmmmmmmmmmmii Mi Minim i i H

Babies Used
To Self Bonds

me ireasurv- npnnrtm.n a

a.j. K" -" us-

i-iueu uiqay to use babies to sell

w.o. oavings eonds. eonds.-Johh
Johh eonds.-Johh R. Biirklrv hA r.t k.

department's savings bonds divu.

wo, announced tftat a letter ex extolling
tolling extolling the virtues 'of thp

ment's securities will, be sent to
the parents of every newborn ba-

Dy tnis year. Tfte. letter will urge
the regular nurchasft inf aa vinffB

v i ,

yunus iu pruieci ine DaDy's future

A CHECK FOR $7155.50 is presented by MaJ. Gen. Thomas, L, Harrold1 (center),' commanding
general, U.S. Army Caribbean, to Le6nard J., Meyer (left) director .of operations, Caribbean
area, the American. Red Cross, to, kick off the Canal Zone 1957 Red Cross drive.V The Red
Cross today begins a month-long campaign7 to. raise a ..National total of. $95,000,000 for the 1
next year's operations. The money given the Red-Cross by Harrold was donated' by niern-
per. of the-U.S. Army Caribbean command during the Panama Area'Unitod Fund drive held
during. September and October. 1958. Looking on at right is Chaplain, (Col.) H.v F. Donovan,
'U.S. .Army Caribbean Chaplain and chairman oi the United Fund Council..1" :
. W W (U.5. Army Photo)

Gen. Harrold Presents $7155 Check
To Kick Off Annual Red Cross Drive

A check for $7,155.50 has been 'heart command diirincr the unlfpri

presented by Maj. Gen. Thomas fund drive in September and Octo-

'e commnaing general, er, 1856, and is the first contri-U.S.-.Army
Caribbean, to Leonard bution to' this year's drive here.

raeyer, airecior .or operations, I Meyer pointed out that during

Caribbean area, the American Red
Cross,, to kick off the Canal Zone
1957 Jted Cross drive which starts

todays . .. .

1 he Red Cross todav ;beeins a

month-long campaign to raise a to

tal of $95,000,000. A total- of J38.

650,000 of this goal has been' ear earmarked
marked earmarked for .services to the arm armed'
ed' armed' forces and veterans, -

1 he money given the Red Cross

The n a t i o n s hosniiai hu w n u.n.u ,j ..j l..

agreed to cooperate. Ambers ol the A?m SriE

the calendar year 1956 American
Red Cross individual assistance
was given 8,559 servicemen or
their dependents in the Caribbean
area. ...
He said financial assistance giv given
en given members of the command and
their dependents totaled .overeO
In other matters reported of Red
Cross .activities, ,'a"; total, of 15.9031

hour wert given by. volunteer

workers and training courses ban-

died 2,866 'students" in' 143 classes
on First Aid, swimming and life
saving.. i -. i
; Meyer- said lin f 1956 the Red
Cross paid for emergency medjeat
supplies made available by i. the
Army and flown by the Air Force,
to Call, Colombia, when an explo explosion'
sion' explosion' in that city killed or: injured
more than 1,000 persons.
A total of $2,600,000 was spent
from the Red Cross national disas

ter budget when hurricane Betsy
struck Puerto Rico. V

Mever head a staff of '12 'em

ployed by the Red. Cross in the


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can Military Engineers, on a liv

broadcast over CFN-TV last nignt

ine essays were wruieii un ... T u Kmk
"What Engineering Has to Offer !m ,5

as Career.

Engineers Week is being spon

plans dumoed food from -the steam

tables onto the floor, smashed the
.eh riritr and ffve police a

chase before he was finally caught

LONDON. March 1 HTP Tw l" engineering proiession.

Ffnrh MvttAr iaI 4amr nUnai

"fd;' !J rLAiMasonic Funeral

w tt i m 111 cu m
board last night, the Air Ministry:

announced today.
The four- yet Comet, carryin

30 members of the RAF, was en

route to ACCRA in the GOld Coas

ored by the three engineering or

ganixation, on the Isthmus, the P.-- Tcanal
nama Society of Engineers and ,Iler Ju'f'"

Architects, the Panama Section,
American Society of Civil Engi Engineers,
neers, Engineers, and the Canal Zone Post
Society of American Military Engi
neers The weel is designed to ac

quaint the public with, the work.


Cough Deeper
Than Laryngitis,

the public with the work, C C!.AntiAuia
plishments and future of jOyS fclSertnOWer

as part ef aa RAF task force at

tending the Ghana Independenc
Day celebrations- next week.

Rites Held For
Charles Houston

Masonic funeral services wer


Presidcnt Eisenhower told De-

fens Secretary Charles E. Wilson
today that the cough which has
bothered him- Since Inauguration
Day is "deeper"' than laryngitis.
The President went to the De

fense Department to award
medals to retirina Defense Mobil-

neia at z p.m. taaay mr cnaries uer Arthur S rlemming and hu

James Houston of Margarita, who successor.: Gordon Gray, former

oiea Tuesday at coco bolo Hospi assisUnt defense secretary. Mr.
tal. Mr. Houston, 78, was a retir Eisenhower also attended a lunch

NW-17 ........ .Jed attorney from California. 'given by Wilson.

0 n "misiry spoxesman sau a widower, he made his home While do ine for photographers

ine sieea jet was Duzzea ny two for the past three and a ha If, the President coughed lightly

i au iwivc iMjiicic mn wiin ni nniv inn i mnt ir-i .. -

tl while it was flying at 40,000 feet at- ,er M. Houiton an Atl.ntir .mJ i. it

titude over southern France. j pilot. I Wilson asked:
. .. . . . I No, it's deeper than that" Mr.
I l rm mini H nn ijl.. k If. ri V-J l

t"-" nousum oaa vyrrn i memoer chest. it gets down in my

" wi me naaonic urier ior 30 year?.-lungs.
spokesman said "Ahhough t b e The funeral services wer IipM Phvtia km tmihA Mthin

LOW French fighters came pretty clou at the Cristobal Masonic Tpmnip ith m.

iw:ai imiwcrt n uumi uuCci w mic coikjucito oy sojourners LAdge, A. or chest but the cough has
10:50 aircraft." ,F. fc A. U. Ungered for mora,Uiaa month.




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