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"Let the people knoic the truth and the country w tzfe" Abraham Lincoln.
PANAMA, R. P., FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 2, 1958
Kobbe Soldier Sued
For $70,000 After
Three civil damage suits totalling almost $70,000
were filed this morning in U. S. District Court against a
Ft. Kobbe soldier, Joseph Wright.
The suits, filed today by Charles
Ramirez and David Kobies of the
law firm of Van Sicien, Ramirez
and De Castro, were an outgrowth
of an accident which occurred on
Gaillard Highway on Nov. 27.
Wright owns the automobile which
his mend, another soidier, Joe A.
Henson, 19, was driving at. the
time of the accident.
Plaintiffs in two suits, Isidoro
and Flora Norgueira are seeking
to recover $."u,0W for damages
they allege were suffered as a re re-suit
suit re-suit of Hie accident. They claim
her face was disfigured, and she
lost the sense of feeling in one of
her hands. The Paraiso couple is
also asking for $5,000 to cover cost
of Isidro's hospitalization, and $2, $2,-800
800 $2,-800 more for the loss of consortium.
Jilrs. Norgueira was hospitalized tor
The third damage suit was filed
by Norgueira's in-laws, Mr. and
Mrs. Oscar Gonzalez, who were
passengers in the back seat of
the car when the accident occur occurred
red occurred They seek to recover S total
of $6 000 to cover hospitalization
and Injuries they allegedly sustain-
ed6n Jan. 31, a charge against
Henson of "reckless driving caus causing
ing causing great bodily injury to the
person of Mrs. Norgueira' -w
: dismissed in the Balboa M a g i-
2 Big Jobs
In Power Shi
Two contracts for the Panama
Canal's power conversion totai totai-int:
int: totai-int: over $620,000 in cost, have
been awarded to two Isthmian
contractors, n was jiu"u---t
yesterday at Balboa eignts.
Bids on both projects were open opened
ed opened last month.
I, p. sommer has been a-
,orri(.i a rnntract for the ex
tensive work required at the A
gua Clara Diesel plant. The
tract price for this worn
$249, 2o0. ment of the terrorist campaign set
A contract for the replace-, 0f nere to enforce Greece's ef ef-jnent
jnent ef-jnent of the high voltage trans-j forts t0 snnex Qyprus
mission lines between Maddeni
Dam and Miraflores has been,-! a ...If
llvAinsi RP Cus!:m
Roth contracts provide thatiMrf"1
th. work must be started with-
the work must be staneo W1WI;
in 30 days after the receipt of
ntir tn nroceed. These notices
will be issued alter completion
cf formalities required in the
contracts. - : -
Eight bidders entered effers
for the Agua Clara work, while
nine bids were received for the
transm'ssion line replacement, j
Of these there were three lo local
cal local firms.
a Under, the contract awarded
to Bildon, the copper wiring to
be replaced with aluminum con conductors
ductors conductors will remain the proper property
ty property of the Panama canal Com Com-pany.
pany. Com-pany. ..
Under the specifications, 1 bid3
were invited on this basis and
on the basis that the copper
would become the property of
The replacement of these
t tonductors is required since
' the exlsttinjr lines re consid considered
ered considered too small to provide effi efficient
cient efficient power transmission of
- 60-cycle current,
The work involves the replp ce cement
ment cement of. some of the existing
transmission towers and the re reinforcement
inforcement reinforcement of others.
The work at the Agua Clara
plant Involves the construction
of a new switchgear and trans transformer
former transformer yard which will permit
the combining of two swltchlng'9 a.m. hear the Balboa High
stations and a transformer sta-lSrnofl area -on Lawrence Johnson
tion into a sine e instflllatinn.
Jtne contract also covers the
replacement of a short section
of hieh voltase transmission -a.t
pie ana tne installation of a
short new section.
MOSCOW, Feb. 3 (UP) : The
bead of the Australian expedition
to the Antarctic spent two days
visitin? the camp of the Russian
expedition, the Soviet news agency
a. . t, sj. ... -.
ivs reponea xonay.
lass said Phiuo Low was. in.!
TiP'l to Russia's cmo by Sovietjbeen mif bv President Eisen Eisen-evpe'"tion
evpe'"tion Eisen-evpe'"tion leader M. M. Somov J hower, The 'Red Cross drive will
The linked S'ales expeJ'ion. s'. i 'a'" be f I ili'rip? (h month of
in. as. i. known,. h no mMach- 4hMCnal Zone thipt-
r..n. .... U t.
strate's Court on a motion made
by the District Attorney.
The defendant reportedly suf suffered
fered suffered severe head injuries and af after
ter after having been discharged once
from Gorgas, was returned for
further hospitalization because he
was found to be in a state of narco narcotic
tic narcotic shock. Later he was evacuat evacuated
ed evacuated to the States for further treat treatment.
ment. treatment. Pro-Greek Wtximi
Agrees To Drilish
0!(:r 0! Hems M
NICOSIA, Cyprus. Feb. 3 (UP)
Informed sources said' today pro-
breek Archbishop Makarios has
agreed in principle to a British
offer of home rule for this strife
torn island, on terms that may
make true agreement impossible.
Makarios conferred with U S
Consul Gen. Raymond Courtney be
fore delivering his reply to Gov
Gen. Sir John Harding. None of
the three men would comment
immediately on the situation.
The principal stumbling block
among Makarios' conditions is a
demand that local self-government
be granted only to Greek-speaking
natives under some formula ex excluding
cluding excluding the large Turkish-speaking
minority, the sources said.
The Archbishop also is if U.
be demanding the exclusion of Em
ish teachers from schools jnow man manned
ned manned by pro-Greek faculties and
further discussion of British pro proposals
posals proposals for control of the insular
police force. -.'.-
It had been reported previously
that Harding had proposed that
Britons continue to hold the top
police jobs until Greek-speaking re replacements
placements replacements can be trained.
The nnvernnr Hftnoral hat Vn
con-IC0nferring secrety with Makarios
for some time, seeking a settle-
The charge against a Panama Panamanian
nian Panamanian customs inspector of assault
with a deadly weapon was dismis dismissed
sed dismissed yesterday afternoon in the
Balboa Magistrate's Court on a
motion made by the District At Attorney.
torney. Attorney. '
The defendant, Francisco Correa
Garcia, 37, was charged with
wielding a knife against a Balboa
housewife, Mrs, Nellie Unrah of
the -Gavilan area.
Correa was represented in court
by attorney S. T. Frankel.
- The charge against him was fil filed
ed filed on Jan. 28 an the complaint
of Mrs. Unrah that the defendant
had entered her house, grabbed a
table knife and went after her in a
No reason was given for
dismissal. ' ; .;
Bicycle riding safety classes will
be continued tomorrow mornin t
Youngsters who want to attend
should bring a slip of paper record-
i iL.j- J i u
in thetr name and box numfter
The classes are beinf conducted
by police Sgt. Walter Alves.
ncd Gross '..Chapter
Readies '''5$ Drive
An apnea! to all Federal em
ployees to join the Red Cross and
assist in the forthcoming national
membership and fund drive has
,. ! .1 I .
"i is a'rradv ma'-i"? plans f o r!
i the annual appeal for support,
1 J H
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GOP Second Term Rumor:
WASHINGTON. Feb .3 (UP)
A report floated in Republican
circles today that President Ei
senhower might give a condi
tional "yes" to the second term
question this month without rul ruling
ing ruling out a retirement anonunce anonunce-ment
ment anonunce-ment later..
1 The Idea was described by a
Republican leader, who would
' not vouch for its possibility
but said Jt had come to him
from the 'Inner circle of the
Assuming a favorable reijort
from his doctors in mid-February,
the plan would have Mr.
Eisenhower saying that he ex expected
pected expected to run again.
But he could also say that he
might pull out later if his work
indicated 'that four more years
in the White House would be
too burdensome for a man who
suffered a heart attack last fall.
This possible course seemed
to be in line with a statement
yesterday by MaJ. Gen. How Howard
ard Howard Snyder, the President's phy physician.
sician. physician. He said Mr. Eisenhower
should have 'all the time he
needs" to make a second term
Hot the Idea did not seem to
jibe with Mr. Elsenhower's news
conference remark last week
that he hoped he would not have
to "dllly dally" too long in mak making:
ing: making: a decision. v
- Although the President's next
medical checkup is scheduled in
about 10 days, Snyder said no
one "who is Just four and one one-half
half one-half months past heart at-
f i..i.n D!!ir Lcn
RIO DE JANEIRO, Feb. 3
(UP) Vice President Richard
M, Nixon announced today the
U.S. Export-Import Bank will
lend another $35,000,000 to Brazil
to expand the Volta Redonda iteel
mill, which was the beneficiary of
me oanx s iirsc Mun American
development loan. ' :
Hie new loan will be used to
increase production at the mill,
wmcn is now operating at a rate
ot about 700,000 tons a year.
Nixon and Brazilian President
Juscelino Kubitschek flew to Vol
ta Redonda today for an insoeC'
tion of the plant which was one of
the U.S. Vice President's last of
ficial acts in this country, he re returned
turned returned here at 1 p.m. to board a
plane bound for the United States.
Brazilian Vice President Joao
(Jango) Goulart yesterday accept
ed an invitation from Nixon to
visit the United States ''within the
next three months." No specific
date was set for Goulart's trip.
Nixon came to rio to take part
in ceremonies accompanying the
inauguration Tuesday of Kubits
chek and Goulart.
Opposition Candidate Due
Says Liberals Have 4-ToA Majority
MIAMI, Feb. 3 (UP)-Dr.
Victor F. Goytia, working for the
past year as a newspaper corres correspondent
pondent correspondent in Miamileaves for
Panama today to' run for presi president
dent president in "the May 13 elections.'
Goytia, former President of
Panama's Supreme Court, said
that he planned to cover the en entire
tire entire republic "in a very active
campaign to be elected president
of the country."
"But even if I ln the elec
tion," the attorney and author
'Of several books said, "I'm not
even sure I'll be permitted to
He sad his party, the Liber,
al Party; won the 1952 eler-
tions but were "kept out of of office
fice office by force by the govern i
ment then in power."
Goytia, who has been writing;
for several Latin American
newspapers since his arrival in
Miami, said he would prefer to
remain here and continue his
newspaper work but added, "I
feel that I am obligated to re return
turn return to my country."
He said his party has a 4 to 1
majority In politically-turbulent
Panama. ... .-
"I am not returning on my
own account," he said. "But
my party must take part in
the election even though the
votes mav not be counted."
- Dr.-Goytia,-wro-h r'-strln?'
of past titles in the Panamanian
government, said; he thinks
tack is in a position yet to deter determine
mine determine his own physical fitness."
it taices longer," Snyder said.
"He should have more time
all the time he needs."
He also said the doctors
could give the President a
"good exposition" about his
condition but that Mr. Elsen Elsenhower
hower Elsenhower would have to make his
The longer Mr. Elsenhower
delays a firm decision, the less
the possibility of the open nom
mating convention favored by
such as Senate GOP leader Wil William
liam William F. Knowland, who wants to
run if the President does not.
Although Mr. Elsenhower in invited
vited invited other potential candidates
to enter state Presidential pri primaries
maries primaries two weeks ago, only
Knowland has shown any wil willingness
lingness willingness to go into them.
Knowland let his name stay
in the Illinois and Alaska pri primaries
maries primaries and has his eye on oth others.
ers. others. y";
Mr, Eisenhower also has been
entered in both of those and
in New Hampshire and Minne Minnesota.
sota. Minnesota. Plans have been made to
put his name on the ballot in
several other states, too.
Four llavy Men
' because fce failff ti turn Put
sufficiently on GaiHard Highway
when he was overtaking another
rar. a Naw enlisted man ant
three of his buddies were hos hos-nitalized
nitalized hos-nitalized today, two of them
suffering' from possible head in-;
The accident occurred last
night at 10:45 near the Summit
Gardens entrance,- when the
private car driven by Gilbert
Madrid,' 31-year-old Navy man
crashed info the rear of a Pan Panama
ama Panama Canal Co. sedan which was
operated by Eliot Howel, a 40
Both drivers lost control when
their vehicles collided. Howell's
sedari went off the right side of
the mad down a sloDine em
bankment. Madrid's automobile
went to the left and also down
a steep embankment, remaining
on its wheels with the front
embedded in dirt
The Navy driver, and one of
his passengers, Jerry Kline, were
both admitted to Gorgas Hospi Hospital
tal Hospital with possible head injuries,
Two other passengers, Thomas
J. Kleinschmidt and Robert
Wright were also hospitalized.
Wright Is suffering; from a pos possible
sible possible fracture of the ribs and
Kleinschmidt with facial lacer lacerations.
ations. lacerations. ;
Police Investigation Indicates
that Madrid failed to turn out
in overtaking Howell at excess excessive
ive excessive speed. i .
there may be some danger for
him and his wife to return, "but
I don't think I will be assassin assassinated
ated assassinated as President Jose Antonio
Remon was killed in a
chinegun burst a year ago.
Guizado, Remon's constitutional!
successor, was later impeached!
Llbcrd, Coclillon Parties pfenning
Active 7c:!c End Of Pcliliccl Events
While the opposition Liberal
Party made last-minute prepar-i
ations to receive presidential
candidate Victor F. Goytia this
afternoon in what they hope
will be a monster demonstration,
the government's National Pa Patriotic
triotic Patriotic Coalition Party (CPN)
was quietly going ahead with
plans for tomorrow's installation
Instructions were being issued
today to the chairmen of the
vp centers scattered all over
the province on the routes to be
taken during their convergence
tomorrow afternoon on Santa
! provincial rilrertnrat.e hpariVn
'by Assemblyman Alfredo Ale-
LAUGHTER IN THE AIR British Foreign Secretary Selwyn
Lloyd (left) and U.S. Secretary of State John Foster Dulles
enjoy a hearty laugh during a luncheon break in the British British-American
American British-American talks at the State Department in Washington.
Ike Digs In At Gettysburg
Farm To Ponder Peace Move
GETTYSBURG, Pa.r Feb. 3
(UP ) President Eisenhower, tak taking
ing taking advantage of the quiet of his
Gettysburg farm, today contem contemplated
plated contemplated Russia's latest ."peace
mnvp: '- '.-'?:? 1 ''
f friTfrihrtirrubiriiir n.TT: y countrii(le
snow-covered estate yesterday, af
ternoon when Secretary of. Stale
John Foster Dulles telephoned from
Washington to tell him of a new
letter from Soviet Premier Nikolai
Bulganin. Bulganin urged the Pres President
ident President to reconsider a Soviet offer
to sign a 20-year friendship pact
with the United States.
When Bulganin first made his
proposal in an earlier letter last
month, Mr. Eisenhower politely but
firmly, rejected it. The President,
in effect, told the Soviet leader he
could not trust Russia to live up
to such a treaty.
There was no indication when
Mr. Eisenhower will answer the
new; Bulaanin letter, but he was
not expected to do so before next
week. It was almost certain ne
would again reject Bulganin's pro proposal
posal proposal Otherwise, the President planned
a quiet day. He and Mrs. Eisen Eisenhower
hower Eisenhower planned to drive to the Ad Adams
ams Adams country court house in Get Gettysburg
tysburg Gettysburg this afternoon and regist register,
er, register, as Pennsylvania residents for
the November elections.
The President likely will' devote
some of his' weekend ;at the farm
to pondering whether he should be
a candidate in the November j bal balloting,
loting, balloting, i ,-
Mr. Eisenhower interrupted his
slushy drive from Washington to
Gettysburg yesterday near Emmit Emmit-tsburg,
tsburg, Emmit-tsburg, Md., wnen he spotted a
farmer stuck. in a slippery ditch.
and sent to prison for "compli "complicity"
city" "complicity" in the assassination.
nicaruo Arms u.c
second vice president, now heads.
1 1 TTl 1
the Panamanian government.
.Softspoken Dr. Goytia said he
has not been in exile. But he
charged that his party has not
been permitted to take part in
the Panamanian government.
man Jr., will be installed.
Scheduled to speak at the;
CPN rally are President Ricardol
Arias as party president, presi-1
flentiai candidate Ernesto de laivmo Tinto told ponce tne Daoy,
Guardia Jr.. and his runnin2-i Valerio. had been unable to eat
mates Temistocles Diaz and He He-racllo
racllo He-racllo Barletta:
CPN party followers will start
converging on Santa Ana plaza
at 4 p.m., and it is believed theyj
will be equipped for a torch torchlight
light torchlight parade at nightfall.
The Liberals, who are sched scheduled
uled scheduled to gather at Fifth of May
Plaza at 5:30 today, also plan to
use torches during their demon demon-stratton.Tnlr
stratton.Tnlr demon-stratton.Tnlr also -Includes
speechmaking by Goytia and
others at Santa Ana Plaza.
At the Presidenrs direction, one
of the cars in his motorcade haul hauled
ed hauled the stalled farmer, back onto
It took the President about two
from Washington to the .Getlyuui'E
He was accompanied on his drive
by his news secretary, James C.
Hagerty, the assistant White House
physician, and his mother-in-law,
Mrs. John S. Doud. ;
Mrs. Eisenhower, who had eng engagements
agements engagements during the day, joined
her husband and mother at the
farm last night. The. Eisenhowers
will return to the White House
French To Send
Premier I IdIIsI
To Pacify Alria
PARIS, Feb. 3 (UP) The new
French Cabinet, in its first policy-making
session, decided to today
day today to send Premier Guy Mol Mol-let
let Mol-let to Algeria Monday to try to
calm boiling tempers in the
North African province.
The Cabinet also decided to
ask Sultan Stdi Mohammed Ben
Youssef to open talks on the
future of Algeria's' neighbor,
Even as they met: one Paris
newspaper' reported?, European
workers already had begun to
leave Algeria in anticipation of
a new "soft policy by Mollet
for. the terror-ridden overseas
province. There also were re reports
ports reports of new riots in the Alge Algerian
rian Algerian port of Oran.
Leaders of Algeria and Tunisia
are in Paris making contacts
with the new government, and
the Sultan of Morocco is expect expected
ed expected shortly.
But Algeria, which lies be
tween Tunisia and Morocco a-
long th Mediterranean
,? ,ik. tv,. ,v,.
and, unlike the other two, is
considered part of metropolitan
France, is the keystone of the
Nortn AIrlcan Problem,
Dbs Afc::rd Launch
On Way To IhsoilEl
A six-dav-oid haby who had a
throat infection for several days,
died yesterday aboard a launch on
Gatun Lake while enroute to a
Parents of the child, Mr. and
Mrs. Narciso Castillo, residents of
for 24 hours and was suffering
with some sort of throat infection.
The child died while the launch
was about midway between Esco Esco-bal
bal Esco-bal and Gatun. The body was sent
to the Board of Health Laboratory
for an autopsy.
SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 4
9:32 a.m. J:29 a.m.
9:37 p.m. J:47 a.m.
J 0Jo IL
. WASHINGTON, Feb. 3 (UP) British Prime Minis Minis-ter
ter Minis-ter Sir Anthony Eden declared today he saw no valut
in a British-Soviet friendship pact so soon after such a
previous treaty "by Russia yras torn up."
Eden at a news conference gave a cold reception to
i a s n k I IV. I iL.at
a suggestion dv iovier rremier ninoiai cuiganin mui
Russia was willing to sign
pacts with the United States,
Eden said Bulganin's proposal was certainly inter
esting and a little remarkable."
"I am not oersonallv entirely convinced of the volu
of a new agreement so soon
sia was torn up by her, Eden said.
Eden's reference was to the British-Soviet non-aggression
pact which was canceled last year by the Soviet
Nixon's 'Traitor' Crack
HasrHST- Talking Fight
NEW 'YORK, Feb .3 (UP)
Former President Truman said
today that whenever he thinks
of the fact that Vice President
Richard M. Nixon has called him
a traitor,'. "I not only swear, I
want to punch somebody."
Mr. Truman told newsmen
during his morning walk that
although he had known Nixon
in Congress he had refused to
see him since Nixon so charac-.
I won't see Him," he said. "It
would Just start a fight."
Mr. Truman said that when
he recently was invited by sen senators
ators senators to Join them on the Sena Senate
te Senate floor. "I told them I wouldn't
come into the Senate with him
in the chair. They took him out
and put (Senator Alben) Barkley
The matter of Nixon was rais raised
ed raised when a reporter mentioned
that Mr, Truman, had used
strong language in a radio and
television speech last night re referring
ferring referring to charges that he and
Gen. George C. Marshall were
"traitors." He interpolated into
his prepared speech the remark
"f.'.lNX'S r,',;,;E"-ri!m bomb bombshell
shell bombshell Silvana Pampanini has
given a Rome, Italy, court rea reasons
sons reasons why she shouldn't return
$50,000 in jewels, minks and
other gifts to her movie pro producer,
ducer, producer, Morris Ergas. E r g a
. wants everything back because
be says Silvana got the gifts
under false promise of msr
:' riaj;?. But cv says it ain't so,
fc"' 'ise: She rover loved Ergas
.&.. lc iz ib.SMaii. siie
never asked for them anyway.
S UUSSIrD S
Britain, France and other
after a treaty signed by Rus
that If that were true, "this
country Is sure in a hell-of-a
"I got the darndest wigjln
you ever saw from my wife and
daughter," Mr. Truman said.
"They said, 'I wish they'd cut
you off the air when you start
swearing like that. I told them
Charlie Murnftv wrote-tnai m
the speech. You see I'm gettin;
lessons from the present occu occupants
pants occupants of the White House. I'm
learning to pass tne duck.
Murphy was a lormer rresi
dent Truman speech-writing
Mr. Truman said, of course.
neither Murphy for anyone elst
wrote that Into the speech.. ...
Mr. Truman was asked V by
newsmen, as other leading rm-.
ocrats were asked vest ;
whether there was a plot to &lop
Adall E, Stevenson's drive for
the Presidential nomination.
"If there is, I don't know any
thing about it." Mr. Truman
said. "I'm not in any conspi
racies. I don't work tnat way.-
Cenal Reveals Sh!Is
In a consolidation of Compa.
ny-G07ernment functions ap approved
proved approved at Balboa Heights yester yesterday
day yesterday the Land License activity
of the Real Estate Unit will be
transferred to the Civil Affairs
Bureau, and Printing and Dup Duplicating
licating Duplicating units will be transfer transferred
red transferred to the Administrativi
The organizational chan:s
being Implemented to place tha
phases of the Canal operation
involved in a. position to mora
properly meet actual .; require,
ments of the Canal's present present-da
da present-da v economv are authorized to
become effective on Feb. 12.
Both the rrintine; Plant at Mt
Hope and the Duplicating Unit
at Balboa Heights are to fcs
transferred from the Supply T,n T,n-reau
reau T,n-reau to the A d m i nlstra t i v
Branch. This unit is responsibl-i
to the Administrative Assislar.t
to the Governor-President.
The Land License function of
the Real Estate Unit 'Will be
transferred from the Communi Communi-ty
ty Communi-ty Services Bureau to the Li License
cense License Section in the Civil -Affairs
At the same time the rf.v;
sibiliy for licensing spare
Company-Government bin' ;'''
will transferred t
in Division and the Heal F.n
Unit as such will be Rboii;'.-.:.-
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THE MAIL BOX
I have just .returned from a short stay In the now free
country of Argentina and would like to give th people of this
country an Insight on the man who ruined it, Juan D Peron.
The title ex-presiuent is too' generous fon this fanatic rather
a. weak ex-dictator who ruled by force and tear and bribes, the
oniv means contained in that twisted mind.
.-fJT Influential friends made out well in the old regime. One
Jwrge Antonio accumulated 15,000,000 pesos (roughly $7,000,000)
III ine lew short years he was "selling''' import permits for cars,
television sets and radios. .. ;
-Others made out equally well and lived luxuriously, to the
txtent that the world lamous Casino at Mar' del Plata expects
"a. so percent drop in take this summer' because of a laci of
'Ption money." And neither is Juan D. a poor man. How
could anyone with IB sports cars be considered a poor man?
publicity is a wonaertul thing and this man had his lion's
share. Kvery time a manhole cover was lilted, there was a sign
ihat read 'veron cumple;" every time a street received much
ceded repairs, a sign read "Peron cumpie."
But tnere was never any noise made about the lack of
wortnwhlle improvements. Kieven years ago the generators sup supplying
plying supplying the city of B A. with electricity .were on their last legs.
; Tnese were never replaced ana mere were many power laii-
, Can you picture (in a city of.4,000,000) streetcars and track,
i less trolleys stopped m the middle of a block, unable to go
further because there is no electricity? But, when the power is
i restored and the streetcars move again, everybody Is happy, for for-'
' for-' getting tne delay, and the neon lights fiah "reron fcumpte.".
I ''his system of rule runs on the same principle apply
pressure to the cracking point, then yield a tenth of what was
applied. But don't forget to yield! This is what is remember-
ed and the crowd says: "Isn't he a wonderful man !'
This worked lor ten long years, but once the old boy forgot
-to 'yield and the people are no longer his." They can walk down,
.the street now with no fear in their hearts, for Argentina is
. 'free 'again.'."
The idea that Peron raised the standard of living in Ar Argentina
gentina Argentina is preposterous. Granted that wages went up, but what
good is more money in the pocket if the cost of consumers'
items rise an equal amount? Today in Buenos Aires the worker
has to pay as many hours for a loaf of bread or a pound of
beef as ne did in 1143. And housing in the capital is scarce as
Ah, you say, Peron built apartments for the workers. And
iiruresponse I say he built them only where they would show
to the best advantage. Highways are the same way, and the
only four-lane route I saw was between Ezelza Airport and BA.,
,jt4otal o.f 25 miles. v; ';..' s .;,. .'.v-
This is nice, but the traffic is so light it is hardly notice
able: .the reason for it? impress the visiting firemen. In
I contrast, the most heavily traveled ( road in Argentina is be-
I tvvccu,j3.n. sua wimiiu, Biia wnai is it." autning out a iwo-
Jane, crackediup macadam that would put any ;- country to
Education hi Argentina is undergoing a much-needed re re-J
J re-J vltallzatlon. Granted that In many governmental positions it
J Is better to have one's own men to keep policies in line, but
why was it necessary, Juan D., to convert every teacher, in-
structor and professor Into a Peronista? Or, if that were im-
J possible, to replace him? Was
i wQma m taugnt irom tne iirst aay or scnooi ana, so tnai, too,
i9 coming generation would know nothing but Peronlsm and
4 nothing of liberty? ' ''" v
! It will take yeara to build up the once-fine colleges and
! universities established generations ago and destroyed in a very
l short time by a ruthless fanatic. : ...' :
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.M UJ . W V WV, M.4
pllshefl m the past ten years.
Jockey Club, complete with the
one of the best-collections of
rloRln of La Prensa because
government; the imposition of martlal law for ten years (this
imay be a little hard to comprehend because it denies a citizen
I all the .rights and privileges provided by a Constitution); the
packing' of the legislative and Judicial branches of the gov government;
ernment; government; these and many other things equally, sobering took
1 place in the Argentine, enough to make "a free man tremble
I with fear. . ..:.'".:":',. r "-
One last series of facts. In 1945 Argentina had a plus trade
margin of $2,000,000,000; ten years later this had been changed
to a deficit of $1,000,000, and the standard of living was not
praised one lota.'.' -
I The greatest exports were, and still are, beef and grain, but
I the "volume decreased because of a strangling hold over the
I commerce by a Peronista organization, and it will, take years to
'build this up again. Does it sound to you like the man in the
driver's seat was a good .business man?
1 The people of Argentina are a proud lot. It will take them
years to catch up with the rest of the world, but they will do
lit even though ten years of progress is hard come by.
t And Peron will go down in history as a weak despot who
I took what he could and got out. i "; ;- -"". .. ;
i . Traveller
"I've taught my wife to
win back from her half
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adh own column
it so that y'Peron is the father"
nitnh fhRtf nrorA wpr fippftm.
UUVM ...VJ T.V
There was the burning of the
finest library In Argentina and
fine art in South America; the
it dared sneak out acalnst the
play poker with a little tuck
of my pay check every week!"
By VICTOR RIESEL
MIAMI BEACH There may
be a moon over Miami but there's
little billing and cooing among the
labor people here for the first
meeting ot their new merged high
They're being asked to take their
Dec. 5 marriage vows seriously
for better or worse ana some are
complaining that they've put a
ring in their nose instead of on
their finger. Having joined in one
federation, they find themselves
being asked to support 'strikes and
take action which embarrass them.
for these would be costly to their
own followers solidarity. or no sol solidarity.
This is leading to some mignty
bitter feuds behind-the-scenes and
the discovery that they have a
merged but not a united laDor
Th WaclinffVimic ctrilr l thp
unwelcome guest in the house of
lahnr (nr Avimnl. Ths Interna
tional' Union of Electrical Workers
has gotten no real money or any
other support from anyone. This
has given the rebel, Mike Quill,
some 1400 miles from here, the
opportunity to wield a long neeaie.
In recent weeks he has been
osiiins Wnl ATI, -CIO union chiefs
together and talking them into get
ting up si,l)UU,UW lor Jim arey s
hard hit union. Just before some
of the labor leaders went south,
Mike came up wun anu-vesung-house
strategy for a real electron electronic
ic electronic blitz. The Westinghouse people
sponsor television's "Studio One."
Gi Mibo aiH nnr AFI.-CIO unions
the actors, the stage-hands, the
electricians, me writers, me piu
ducers all make possible the na
tionwide tv snow.
Wnclinnhniica nrnniirinit mil
an worth nt BOods In
over 50 factories and doing right
well on them despite tne sin m
lha nthor n ams. n. ggvs iuiro
...u.. i,:'..lV-'h;. TV shnw
Force it off the air. Refuse to
handle it .And those lanor men
With him UO in New
York, having just made indignant
speeches against tne company, ur
veloped bad cases of laryngitis.'
c nf ihn uninn rhiefs said
(Wire vi 4 ------ 7
there are contracts and obligations
and things. Mike tnunoerea 101
joint action and asked what sort
of unity this, was. But the show
goes on. ;
ti,i lon'f n HI will that blows
u.nif nut Thn nlrt CIO crowd here
wants to know where tne solidarity
is and is interesting useu in an another
other another strike which is not getting
support from certain unions. That s
the $2,500,000 Miami Beach hotel
strike. This one has provoKeo oau
kninMti Timmip Petrillo and
a group of unions which back ho
Miller s striking notei aim iu iu-ant
ant iu-ant Employees Union. 1
Tha ctrilrs has hppn riinninB since
last April 23 and it looks mighty
.. ...1.. hmhu;k;iaI
like tne striKers, wno aie
by injunction from picketing, may
.niohratA thplr anniversary on the
soup line. The only real sacrifice
other labor men nave maue im
the strike is to jam themselves into
a few union hotels by-passing their
favorite watering spots.
All worx ana no pmy woum maKc
far a Hull PYp.cutive council mcct-
ir,rt hut vnn pun still eat and dance
in hotels here to ine strains .01
some real groovy tunes provioco
h .timmip Pptriiln'a American Fed
eration of Musicians bands,' de
unit thp smKo. ; ."..
-All of which has, struck some
sour notes among the strike lead lead-oq
oq lead-oq uikn hnlipvn that one word from
Jimmy would frighten the hotel
owners into settling, mere oceu
honvv nrpBsnrp. on Petrillo j-1 in
cluding some blunt talk from AF
CIO president ueorge meany.
But in nine months of striking,
Jimmy has not caiica out ms iuum
ionc Tnstpnd hp has built A dos
sicr of his own, showing that other
lsn heen ignoring the
strike. He has in that folder some
data charging tne AiLry y
i-mn traHps with oroviding un
i,hn far thn huilHinft of annexes
and other improvements on struck
There are more Hatfieid-Mc'Coy
thrmieh the loDDies
here than squirrel rifles in tne
Ozarks all because tne new imag imager
er imager puts one uniin in "a position-to
call on us new oromcis wi ..v.r
and expect the help to be forth
coming. , .
t,. nnneirlornhle interest bOtn
Ala ui wi.v.
to the government and to ail in-
dustriaiists just now u t
are settled. If thc-precedent, is not
..I v... ritirinii. thp.-two -weeks
far automatic rallying of all labor
gcr will lose some of its impact
on the na ion. . ; ie
And if the preceocnt o v..v
merger will be mighty indeed.
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vcrsny vi wvw---
operation with the Air Force, are
Lt,; nnp.vpar study on near-
IdaW risk to ground-crew
ciuae ncaiuiB n
crew members, -followed by test
analyses ana joo-assnsuiui-uv
HRTHDAY STAMP This
!Tra-ccr.t j'ln.p, featuring' the
home of Ceorg Washington,
Koes on sale at Mount Vernon,
Va on Washington's birthday,
Feb. 22. Color of the (jtamp has
not been announced..
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SYDNEY. Australia At thegie reckons that the U.S. Govern-
risk of becommg what used to betment should be required to pay
called an ink-stained wretch, I have
fumbled a couple of chunks of in
triguing copy from the British
press. -. .-. '-'.:: '. (.
une. is a striking buuetm tnat
quotes a child specialist as saying
that he believes all British boys
should be informed of the facts of
life i.e.. sex. as us guttersnipes
put it when they reach the age
of 15. Bless yo" heart, honey, I ain't
gonna regale .you with now many
grandchildren I had when I was
15 in North Carolina, because this
is strictly a sociological piece, See
The good doc-Dr. teshVHous teshVHous-den
den teshVHous-den reckons that little boys should
know why big boys marry, and
all like that, including the becs.
He reckons they peed a Jittla Kin Kinsey
sey Kinsey with, the evening cocoa.lahd
then, he says, you can take up
the awful subject of set. So much
for Dr. Leslie Housden, who has
specialized in children's problems
for 30 years, I bet he don't know
that babies are found in hollow
stumps, no matter what the other
fellows say about cabbages.
Then we come to a lovely thing
from a Labor Member of Parlia
ment, one Reginald Sorenson. Reg,
WASHINGTON (NEA) A new
substitute for the river valley
"authorities" like TVA Tennessee
-Valley Authority is now being
proposed by the Eisenhower ad administration.
ministration. administration. "-;".-.
It's a regional or river basin
"Water Resources Committee"
idea. Call it a WRC for short.
rirst proposal lor thesp new
agencies was recommended in the
President's Water Resources Pol Policy
icy Policy Report. It was recently sent
to Congress after 20 months of
preparation by a Cabinet advisory
committee under Secretaries of
Interior McKay. Defense .Wilson
and Agriculture Benson.
In an earlier Hoover Commission
report it was' proposed that exist existing
ing existing authorities alike- Bonneville,
Southwestern and Southeastern
Power Administrations be made
The Hoover report recommended
that their revolving funds be taken
away from them. All their reve revenues
nues revenues would be turned into the U.S.
Trcasurv. Their .future activities
would be limited to what Congress
might approve in annual appropri
Without going Into these pro
posals, the President's advisory
committee tackles the problem
from another angle.
The new Water Resources Com.
mittees it proposes would become
the key agencies in a coordinated
realignment of federal government
functions. They would plan flood
control, irrigation, navigation, hy
If you want Bourbon at its best call for
"GREEN RIVER; America's smoothest
Sold at all heeling bodegrs and bsrs.
Kinsey And Cocoa
By E03 MARK
$1,372,000 a year for the mainten maintenance
ance maintenance of G.I.-inspired woods colts.
A woods colt is the opposite of yard
chillun, which is to say Mama and
Papa never had a formal right to
produce the issue. If that ain't a
delicate way of saying it I quit.
The Rt, Hon. v Reg allows that
there are about 70,000 young uns
in Britain at the moment who
haven't got any pap, formal papa,
.that is, and that somehow it s JEi-
senhower's fault. What they did
during World War Two under
Roosevelt and Truman I shouldn't
like to think. In any case, M. P.
Reginald thinks the U.S. Gov't
ought to cay the subsistence first.
and then track down the fathers.
) One justice dcoatfng an unhail
lowed maternity case, in which the
unwed mother instituted suit again
an American a ir m a n, snorted.
That's right, snorted.
"The moral," said he, still snort
ing, "is that British women nad
best be more careful of what they
do with American soldiers."
I go headlong into Justice God-
uatu 9 tuiiici. nuu, 111 uiis lusmuvc,
we can make use of our friend Dr,
droelectric power, prevention of
stream pollution, fish and wildlife
protection and water supply for all
uuuicauv;,. muuouiai iiu .511111-
tural uses',.;! : ;
Each committee Would be
responsible for neater resource de development
velopment development in anyi given drainage
area. This could be a small basin
like the naughty; Naugatuck in
Connecticut, the vast Central Vab
ley in California,- or the whole
Missouri, Ohio and Mississippi
' i '-
At the head of each WRC would
be a nonvoting chairman appointed
by the President. Members of the
committee would represent each
state drained in part by this
particular river system, and a
representative from each U.S. gov
ernment agency involved in its
This could Include Army Corps
of Engineers, Bureau of Reclama Reclamation,
tion, Reclamation, Soil Conservation Service,
Forest Service,. Bureau of Public
Roads, or what have they?
The job of the WRC would be to
prepare annual work schedules and;
budgets for carrying them out.
Actual contracts, however, would
not be let by the WRC directly.
They'd be handled by the coordi coordinating
nating coordinating agencies of federal, state
and local governments, each oper operating
ating operating in its own field.
Each local WRC chairman would
be responsible to a new bureaucrat
, DEVAZE OF IMITATIONS
Housden'i suggestion about sex
Obviously, the British young man
does not know what little girls are
made of, and vice versa, and the
horrible possibilities for population
overproduction so engendered,
bereft of ring and social status. I
suggest the doctor should start a
coeducational instruction course,
beginning at about age 10 for. both
sexes, which the Americans, of
course, will be delighted to under underwrite.
write. underwrite. We pay for anything.
As the first enrollee. I think he
should make an age exception in
the case of the good M.P., Mr.
Reginald Sorenson. Somebody
should take Reg off to one side,
and tell him all about cross-pollina
tion, and why a guy's ears light up
when he sees a doll.
And then, when we've got him
through the tough part, Including
Kinsey, we ought to strike nome
with the remarkably clear-thinking
Justice Goddard s quote. . Brit
ish women had best be careful
what they do with American sol
In other words, it is distinctly
dangerous to monkey around with
Joe Doaks. Even in England, where
all girls are virtuous until betrayed
by the Americans.
in Washington to be dubbed the
"Coordinator of Water Resources.."
He would hang out in the executive
office of the President to give out
white House policy direction
The coordinator would also serve
as chairman of a new.. permanent
"Interagency Committee on Water
Resources," It would be made up
of assistant Secretaries concerned
with water resources in the De
P8rtments of Agriculture. Army.
Commerce, Interior, Health Edu
cation and Welfare and the Federal
This. would be the ton federal
board of directors on water. It
would have final authority to de
cide what part of every project
snouia ne carried our by each
Over at one side there would be
an independent "Board of Review
for Water Resources." It would
consist of three qualified engineers.
They would have no part in plan-J
ning a river nasm development.
But they would have authority to
recommend changes in plans made
by the Water Resources Commit
tees. Final decision would be left
to the President, however.
This is the new governmental
machinery which the Eisenhower
administration proposes to pile on
top of the 25 government agencies
now handling water problems.
Legislation is now being drafted
for later submission to Congress.
1 1 1
WASHINGTON President Ei Eisenhower
senhower Eisenhower didn't reveal his own
plans for 1956 but he did some
forthright talking on other subjects
mainly education during his last
conference with congressional Re
He was so outspoken that some
of his visitors happily rushed to
the conclusion that Ike was "talk "talking
ing "talking like a candidate" though he
reiterated his health concern short shortly
ly shortly thereafter at a press conference.
"It will be very unfortunate if
the school construction bill gets
tangled up in politics, and fails to
pass during this session of Con
gress, ike reminded tne our
leaders. "I hope every Republican
in the Senate and House 'will work
together to prevent this."
"How about the Powell amend amendment?"
ment?" amendment?" asked House GOP leader
Joe Martin, referring to the pro
posed amendement by Democratic
Congressman Adam Clayton Pow Powell
ell Powell of New York that no federal
aid for schools should go to states
not carrying out the Supreme
Court's edict against segregation.
"Some of my Republican col
leagues have indicated : that they
Intend to offer a similar amend amendment,"
ment," amendment," continued Martin. "I intend
to- support it on the floor the idea
of denying federal funds to states
that do not abide by the ruling of
the Supreme Court." 1
"I'm with you 100 per cent on
that," replied Eisenhower.
The President also : informed
the GOP congressional leaders that
he wouldn't "quibble" 'Over the
difference in his own bill which
provides for annual grants of $250, $250,-000,000
000,000 $250,-000,000 over a five-year span, and
the Democratic (Kelly) bill which
authorizes federal grants of $400, $400,-000,000
000,000 $400,-000,000 a year over a four-year
period on a 50-50 matching basis
...1.1. fV. ,1,1a.
Willi UIC Bioita. ,
"I'm not hard to ;et along with
nn this nub ret said the Fresiaent.
"I think all Of our children are
entitled to go to a decent school,
r wnn't miihhle over a few millions
one way or the other on the subject
f duration. Just DnnK me ui
bill and I'll sign it. f.
REBATE ON GASOLINE
Tar wiTards of the House Ways
and Means Committee worked over
time 10 pass x,isennwwei a viFa
to exempt larmars irom mo a-vw
.linn fdpral easoline tax.
Thairman A IT t Cooper (D.,
Tenn.) held several closed sessions
of his committee, at one of which
Rep. Frank Karsten u.,
pointed out that the measure will
save the average farmer about 22
cents a week on the operation of
his machinery-hardly worth both bothering
ering bothering aboutIn spite of this, Demo Democrat
crat Democrat backed the tax proposal s
avidly as Republicans. They re tak taking
ing taking no chances on political gripes
d .A TTur. McCarthy (D.,
Minn.) thinks many farmers will
ignore the tax exemption, in view
of the puny aid it offers. Reason:
red tape. .. ..'
The tax is actually paid by the
refiners and is included in the
retail price when the farmer buys
his gasoline. So, unless farmers
work out a plan for their co-ops
to deduct the tax first, they will
probably have to pay tne iuu rcui
.-u. th.n annlv for refunds. This
means time-consuming government
red tape which many farmers won t
relish, especially for an average
of 22 cents a week.
Exempting farmers carries tne
implication that the federal gaso gaso-t.v
t.v gaso-t.v nnw tn be aimed solely
at highway users, an idea that will
into the airlines, mej
evemntions too. Log
ging companies in the Northwest
that use gasoline-operated saws
may also decide to get m line for
reAtnone 'of the Ways and Means
Meetings, a congressman spoke up
for the occasional farmer who has hasn't
n't hasn't gotten around to machinery and
still depends on old dobbin for his
hnrseDower. This poor fellow, it
was pointed put, will get no equi-j
valcnt 2-cent-a-oag discount on iou-
I Tomorrow is
38 Bitter vetch
2 Take into :
. eustody ;
: 4 Spiders' Iain'
& Native metal
- that data In -1918
13 Must of -poetry
14 British money
15 Blue Eagle
7 Limited (ab.)
20 Roof edges
28 Low sand hill
2T African flies
29 East (Fr.)
38 Stands for
47 Three times
48 Papal cape
19 Service -charge35
21 Fruit drink 37
23 Property Hems 38
S3 Brazilian title
S Female saint
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der, for their Is no federal excise
tax on oats.
NOTE The 2-cent tax on gaso gaso-line
line gaso-line is slated to drop to Vi cents
a gallon come next April so the
average, farmer may get refund
of only 16.5 cents a week, instead
nf th ?2 ppnt pctimatpd hv Rpn.
rcsentative Karsten.,. ....
" WASHINGTON PIPELNE
Prime Minister : Eden has told
his cabinet that England will never
agree to stop testing hydrogen
bombs until the British first ex explode
plode explode one of their own.- Britain
all set to explode an H-bomb in Vim
Pacific. After Britain has shown
the world it too can master this
terrible weapon, then,, says Eden,
he would be willing to think very
seriously of calling off further
tests. "ancellor Adenauer has
told Moscow he is not interested
in a i visit by Premier Bulganin
and Nikita Khrushchev. He fears
the visit would turn out like the
rant Russian visit tn India
The new Argentine government has
hinted to the American embassy
that Argentina will need a big
American loan. . .The Kansas City
Federal Reserve Bank has just
completed a study of 100 banks in
MiHitmfcr firm .mat" ih ktuiiv
shows deposits have dropped an
average of 6V1 per cent.
The Joint Chiefs V Staff have
sent the. White House a detailed
report on the number of troops
they could rush to the Middle East
in case of war between Egypt
and Israel. . .Secretary of the
Air Force Quarles'a military aide,
Brig. Gen. Andrew Kinney, is in
hot water for sounding off about
atomic weapons. Kinney claimed
an atom bomb exploded 40,000 feet
over the jungle would wipe out
guerrilla forces below and prevent
the Communist favorite form of
warfare. This remark didn't set
well with Secretary of Defense Wil Wilson,
son, Wilson, who likes his generals to keep
out of print, .v .Thf Navy has
drafted plans for a revolutionary
fleet completely powered by atom atomic
ic atomic energy which would cost up to
$20,000,000,000. Every ship a n d
every plane would have an atomic
enginYof a design which is now
almost perfected and which is fan fan-..n.u
..n.u fan-..n.u efficient. This fleet could
stay at sea for years without re returning
turning returning to port and would always
be in Place to launch a devas devastating
tating devastating attack on Russia In case of
rnnoressman Vinson 01
war. t ;v"- . i,-m
Georgia, has ocnrnm ."."
whv the Air Force gives urn.
Force contracts without competi competitive
tive competitive bids. One deal that Vinson is
$W060 to Con Con-Fo,rc?"
Fo,rc?" Con-Fo,rc?" r.5R but. so far,
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THE PAN A Ml AMTRICAJt AN rXDriENTENT DAUT NETTSPAFEH
Ey Hon Herbert Browne!!, Jr., Attorney Cental
. tne I'nited States
FREEDOM of conscience conscience-freedom
freedom conscience-freedom cf religion how vital
ttese rights are to cur way of
It was no accident that relig religion
ion religion was the first of the liberties
mentioned by our founding
fathers In our Bill of Rights.
The1 Ion history of religious
persecution convinced them of
the need for explicit guarantees
In our Constitution to protect
rreeaom or re religion
ligion religion and other
. basic rights.
LESS, NEVERTHELESS, the Con Constitution,
stitution, Constitution, as
adopted, con contained
tained contained no ex express
press express safeguards
for the freedom
of religion. But
the Bill of Rights Brownell
was Adopted shortly afterwards
to protect from government in in-.
. in-. terference the conscience, the
spirit, and the minds of men.
Its First Amendment provides
.' In part: "Congress shall make
- law respecting an establish establishment
ment establishment of religion or prohibiting
the free exercise thereof."
Our coiats have, construed
the Bill of Rights in a way In Intended
tended Intended to give freedom of re religion
ligion religion the brcadest -scope that
could be countenanced in an
orderly society. The Supreme
Court, In decision, emphasized
that "both religion and govern government
ment government can best work to achieve
their lofty aims, If each Is free
from the other within -its re respective
spective respective sphere."
WHILE TK2 FEDESAL and
state governments are forbidden
from meddling in religion, how however,
ever, however, the question ha been rais raised
ed raised frequently in recent years
whether they are also barred
from cooperating with religious
authorities and assisting our
religious way of life. Does our
Constitution require that the
state and religion shall be alien
to each other to be hostile,
suspicious, or .unfriendly, to each
other? Obviously it does not.
We are a deeply religious people
whose, institutions presuppose a
Supreme Being. We have chap chaplains
lains chaplains In Congress and In the
armed forces. Our coins bear
the Inscription "In God We
Trust." An act of Congress last
year added to the Pledge of
Allegiance the words "Under
God." The Supreme Court up upheld
held upheld a law on the ground that
it respects "the religious nature
of our people and accomodates
the public service to their spirit spiritual
ual spiritual needs." r X:V
TODAY WE ENJOY the bless
ings of freedom of religion loa
the fullest sense of the word.
We also recognize the corres corresponding
ponding corresponding duty of not interfering
with the rights of worship and
freedom of conscience of others.
We have learned how contagious
the corroding elf ects of religious
Intolerance are. And we have
learned from the experience in
totalitarian countries that when
a nation becomes contemptuous
of religion and the rights of
man, It Is not long before all
freedom Is lost.
t rulW FMtun fcrvtM, WuUu IT, D. C
LlaiiiwiLii 1 loi.ivl
Tc.ics P yin Son
Scout Nevs fICiiVI fepp
living up o us name, -service g w t
company of the 33d Iafantry re- I f 1 1
giment is lending its services fori w'"i"""J IWmjj"!
tne second consecutive year Jo the
local Boy Scouts of America.
Each year a call is sent out by
the local zone organization to help
transport the Scouts and their
Al B:u!IsI Church
Dr. C. Y. Dossey continues his
successful revival campaign at
LOURDES, France. Feb. 3 UP)
A I I f ..il. i. U i ,'
ftn-nmrin.au iAuuijiari muuici equipment to their summer
took her 6-year-old. ..sort, who is.eampment at El Volcan in the,tne First Isthmian Baptist
dying oi teuKemia to tne Koman chiriqui province of Panama An Church, C ri s to b a 1, tonight
Catholic shirlne of Our Lady ofjorder in then issued bv the Arm throush Feb. 12.
Lourdes today to pray for a mir
acle. ... -, .'
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AnotherAmerican, family,', was
bringing a baby son stricken with
the same dread Oiase n tne During January
holy place founded by bW berna- company supplied
alter series ot. visions in
Chief of Special Services, USAR
CARIB, and because of the fine
record displayed by the company
in the past, the unit was delegated
Large crowds flock the Church
every night to hear Dr. Dossey,
famed TJ.S, evangelist, whose
revival campaign started last
Sunday. The campaign is high
Service lighted by dynamic preachlns.
Arm y inspiring song services with two
dette after series ot. visions in trucks and a ieeD to haul such e- choirs and nnarteta
185S- , "tquipment as eiectricat wiring, Prayers are offered for the
Mrs. Helen Eckman, 34, and ner ladders, pipe and mess hall uten-sick and questions are answer-
uu, r..iiiu.r, ui ov. ."" sus to uie encampment, ea by the preacher,
staved inside a rented car at the
shrine because ;" two continuous
nights of. travel have tired the
youngster ''and' his mother feared
the1 subfreezing weather might
harm him. An setback might be
Mis. Eckman said the decided
as a Lutheran to go to the Catho Catholic
lic Catholic shrine because "all children
arc the same to God.
Under the supervision of Lt.
Freddy E. Turner, tank mainten maintenance
ance maintenance officer of Service company,
live of the unit's personnel and
three civilian volunteers remain remained
ed remained our uas at jet vuitan at w.ncn
time they repaired and readied vation,
the, camp for the Scouts who will
"Sated Smiles from the Post GU3liH12la PfCSidClll
vi un ivuopb ana jo miles trom
The following are some of the
topics on which Dr. Dossey will
preacn: 4 ,.
Tonight The New Birth.
Tomorrow God's plan of Sal-
Florida Gov. Urges Calm Approach
To Fight To Maintain Segregation
TALLAHASSEE, Feh. 3 -(UP)
Gov.-LeRov. Collins said today
he is firmly opposed to mixing
the races "in Florida's public
schools but "defiance of constitut constituted
ed constituted authority"' would only make it
more difficult to maintain segre segregation.
gation. segregation. Y
"I am against any effort to
make political capital out of se
gregation, I am for the orderly
and effective assertion, .of our'
rights under' authority of law,"
''..iu. ..: j v . .;' :
Collins issued a statement ex-
rtlainini? his stoiirl nn th mxrroira.l
tion issue but his aides said it had
nothing to do with the announce-1
ment by Gen. Sumter Lo wry of
Tampa that Lowry will run fori
.governor on a segregation ticket. j
Administrative- Assistant-Joe- Gro-i
tegut said Collin's, statement was
dictated before Lowry's announce announcement
ment announcement at the request of Capitol
newsmen, and after the announce announcement
ment announcement "the governor saw no rea-J
son to change it."
Collins did not directly mention
action of the Virginia and -Alaba-1
ma legislatures which Calls for a i
showdown on the U.S. Supreme
Court's ruling outlawing segrega-,
tion, He asked for a calm ap approach
proach approach to the question. I
' ."Thus far no' Integration has oc oc-,
, oc-, cun-ed in our state, and our lead leadership
ership leadership has been far more effec effective,
tive, effective, than has been the case in
many, other states in; which a
- great deal mora noise and confu-i
aion. 'have' been generated," he
said.i.,''i 'v,. -- :.)
' Actually ," when the Issue is agi agitated
tated agitated in such manner as to
arouse intense v emotional feeling
and fur6r,.'th6 stale's abilftv ef effectively
fectively effectively to maintain its position
Is substantially weakened. This I
have sought to "avoid in Florida."
Collins said that unless the mat matter
ter matter is pursued "soundly" and by
legal methods "I fear we will ac actually
tually actually lose ground in our efforts to
maintain segregation and to car carry
ry carry Florida forward."
"This is the course our state has
been following -he- ald. "it' has
proved advantageous. and u.effec:
tive. I hope we will stay on this
course." v .. : .
So far. no tNeeroes have been
admitted to white -schools, hi Ficr
rida although the state Supreme
Court has recognized the right of
Daytona Beach Negro Virgil
Hawkins, 49, to enter the Uhiver-
nty of Florida law school.
The court has given the attor
ney general's office and the Board
of Control until May 31 to make
surveys on the effect of desegre-
ivid:nis Mi On
gation In the universities. County
school boards have authority to
decide which school a child shall
c the same m wo., -iUthe Costa Rkan border, El Volcan I1 I'm vM t t I 'U!iif'
Red Action In '55
Service company members are
now, looking forward to the sum
mer months when they will once
r hi triD ''"she said
The other Couple, Mr. and Mrs,
En eene Gianna more, of bteuDen
ville Ohicsnd heir4-
son, Craig would take the mght
train from .ParLsUo. the shrine.
The .'Gianninwres, both" Catho
lics, have r omidence v tnat .laiin
wUl make. Craig well:
The child lenows that he Is JU,
hut does not know that he is doom
ed. He nows only that he is going
to Lourdes "to be helped by God."
tive volcano region.
The CatnD is 7.000 fest ahov tea
level and has facilities for horse-
i The some fellow who will down
I a drink without o question will
j wont the entire history of the oil
l be puts in Ws cor.
again play host to approximately
70 Scouts by supplying 10 vehicles
GUATEMALA CITY, Feb. 3
(UP) President Carlos Casti Casti-11
11 Casti-11 Armas warned today Commu Communism
nism Communism will unnleash "intense and
vigorous action" this year to win
j I it. L a new ioouioia in ine vesiern
and drivers to transport the boys HPmi,nhere -to
their vacation camp in the in- rem,spnere' ?
He said every American nation
is threatened. But he believed the
Reds can be clocked if the 21 re republics
publics republics stand together. .,
Castillo Armas, who liberated
Guatemala from Communist dom
For Cowboy Tricks i
INDIANAPOLIS, Ind.. Feb. 3
(UP) Mrs. Marguerita H i m e s. ination in 1954 and handed Com
asking for a divorce after 30 years I munism its first defeat in the A A-of
of A-of marriage, said her husband-mericas, said his country still is
nicknamed himself "Tex" and! one of the cnie' targets of infiltra infiltra-tried
tried infiltra-tried to outdraw television cow- tion and sabotage,
boys with a real gun. ; t
Then he set up targets alongside! "The retun of the Communists to
bedroom wall and fired at them power here is impossible, chow-
while she tried to sleep, she told lever, 'he declared firmly
juage Jonn MDiacK
.r. i.itUl w J
32l Rcdiiccd Terms
PIIILADELPHIA. Feb. 3 (UP)
Judge Vincent A. Carroll has rt rt-uUiva
uUiva rt-uUiva uic i,i filial puoiun lerms
of Milton and Rosalie Schwartz in
i te au, ii 1,11 uea i n iiouess Lions
Jean Ostreichcr from a maximum
v ii ) tui a nl sijui pnsion to
terms of 11 to 12 months in the
Mrs. Schwarti originally had
been stnicncca to an indetermin indeterminate
ate indeterminate term which could have run
as. long as 10 years wnile ner hus husband
band husband had received a three to 10 10-year
year 10-year term.
, Under Pennsylvania law, paro paroles
les paroles can only be granted by the
state parole board in cases involv involving
ing involving state prision sentences. Under
Carroll's new sentence, he may
maKe the couple eligible for paro-
1a fit anv timet fariill VtaA im
posed the original sentence. j
- .. .. .
The penalties were reduced on
re, mmenuation of Dist. Atty.i
Victor Blanc and on motion of the
vv..u.k. s auuincy. j
Mrs. Ostrcicher, 22, a bride of
two months, died in the Schwartz i
apartment Aug. 24 in wnat the
state charged was an abortion at-1
tempt. Her mother, Mrs. Gertrude j
Silver, pleaded no defense to a
charge of being an accessory be- j
fore an abortion. Carroll suspend-!
ed sentence in her case, which!
means that at any time during!
the next 10 years fie can return
her to court for sentencing.
stitutional government in Guate Guatemala.
mala. Guatemala. "We are certain they obey or orders
ders orders from abroad." the President
said. "Ttheir contacts with exiled
Communists in these acts of sabo sabotage
tage sabotage include also subversive at attempts
tempts attempts such as the plot down
last Dec. 31."
David Himes Sr. 52. explained
guns are his hobby, He said he
used only paraffin slugs in the
bullets he fired in the house.
Mrs. Himes got the dirorce.
In an exclusive Interview with
United Press, Castillo Armas said
Communists "have tried to sabo-l
tage every one of the steps we
have taken to establish full con-1
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In '55 Dy US Firms
WASIUNGTON,- Feb. 3 (UP)
American corporations paid out
more in dividends last year than
ever .- before in history, the Com Commerce
merce Commerce Department reported to to-day.
day. to-day. .j :. : a'-
The 1955 total, c-f dividend pay payments
ments payments -reported publicly by-U. S.
companies amounted : to $10,400, $10,400,-000,000:
000,000: $10,400,-000,000: about 12 per cent more
than the previous 1954 record, of
$9,200,000,000...-,: ; M, -;
ii.viuend payments rose steadi steadily
ly steadily throughout last year. They were
up five per cent in the first three
months, per cent in the second
quarter, 13 per cent in the third,
and 19 per cent in the fourth.
The report said dividend pay payments
ments payments in December reached $2, $2,-40,000,000,
40,000,000, $2,-40,000,000, compared with $1,900 $1,900-000,000
000,000 $1,900-000,000 in December,' 1954. It said
the December, increase was mark marked
ed marked by' particularly large extra di dividends,
vidends, dividends, -,.;. :
Bains "in dividend payments
vere rerwrtcd irr 19 of the 20 -in-c
-u-y feiuu,. s covered by; Com-!
merce DeDartmemVs office of busi-1
nes's economics. . . I
low prices lop qualify
and Electric Organs
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Very educational movies ; ;
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The public in general, Cabinet: Makers and
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invited to attend these demonstrations,' and to ask
any questions in the use of SHOP SMITH and pro production
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NEW YORK. eb. 3 (Lr) A
1 34-year-old accountant, who rush-j
icd back and forth by ferry be-'
'tween Brooklyn and Staten Island'
to placate his two, wives, was,
under arrest on a bigamy charge,
Frederick 'England, of Staten.
Island, married pretty Brooklyn'
receptionist Joan Mannis, 23, on
Dec. 22. 1953. But his first wite;
Gertrude, 30,. whom. ha .married
on Sept. 23, 1943, charged she1
never waa divorced. 1
i Gertrude told police her husband:
never left her. Joan insisted that;
i be lived with her for two months'
and had told her he had tome
; doubts about his marital status.,
.and had made a flying trip to A-"
'labama to straighten out afl'irs.l
I Then Englnd, exhausted by re re-peated
peated re-peated ferry trips, decided to tell
all. Fie confessed to Gertrude, and
she told Joan. I
Joan went to the police. Theyi
arrested England ai Gertrude and
.Ronald, 6ua son, looked on.
OP A SLAVS OP G
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Indiea Yiio Gave
F'.XDerts call tnrl.ltf' kind nf hunH
'fytw. T C . .1. I
mni.. n jou tan ui.icuver me m a if
tit, you can bid a slam. Otherwise, irVft Tft iPrC AVIl
you must usually content yourself ; V IW JVIJVJH
cautiously wan a mere game bid. .
When the hand was actually' Af If f l PAlifSnfA
played, West opened the king ofrt' VU KwJlWvliU
diamonds, and South realized that WASHINGTON Feb 3 (UP)
he had been too cautious. The A mcrci,ant seaman from Calcut Calcut-strength
strength Calcut-strength of the North band was,, India, who cave one of his
eves to a Jersey City, N. J., youth.
appealed to Congress today to let
I""Y AND ms rrsATxa
pj crnscs vrvsv-rs
Tms Soutm American
diactob poses as
a plant with its
Wwsks poVhe ipiani
STICK INSECTS Y
BKV ASIC THE REAL "N
ife-,i' 'y; f;
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rzzcn$ Aim cis nurza
exactly where it could be used,
and there was no duplicated dia
mond strength in the dummy oppo
him .become an American resi-
site the. diamond void in the South j.t
h",, The Indian, Eric Joseph, Is a!
Tnere, was, of course, no prob- British Subject but nas beca mU.
lrm in making the game contract.,. 0 American ships since 1947. i
Ihe only problem was to make uUJ now has a temporary Newj
many trices as possible. York ,idress wnere the law per-i
. The correct technique consisled ; it hl t stay 29 da s between
111 UaUlJl lillW BUUO IV UVTVlVH
WTiile in a stapieton, staten is-
lawt, hospital In 1951.
r ookedPfor a w learned U)at a fellow patient, PhU
Li. f .Snh tZ 29 of Jersey City, was los-
?s. ua..?.tJlc..:ilnB his eyesight as the result of
ijinKie trick. This is unusual enough
to deserve a moment of our time.
South ruffed .ithe opening dia
niond lead and 101
tn urcveni me loss 01 a ciuu nti, r r. 1 r..u u.
- ., in? nis evesiuni as uiv
It was clear tnat -Minn wouiu nave "Ho ... n( nis;
to lose a club trick if he handiedi"" plX'n
that suit all by itself. The only way D. Sieminski (D (D-to
to (D-to prevent this loss was to, rutf Y' A" 1 nt rod uceH bill
a club in dummy Since dummy nt nermanentS to
; own ace. ..-r ."! p ,:h now one Bias, eye.
casn mree top ncuu, u
a ciud irom uuunuj un nc
Now South took th king and ace
of clubs, after which he was in
portion to ruff a thud club with
dummy's' last trump..
' i.iree suns, n ''" -:rv
clur, were used to develop the
xua tritk. When the clubs broke.
South managed : to make all 13
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I if you' call your husband at
work and a person whom you do
'not know answers, Identify
iyourself by your last name. Of
course, when making a social
!call you identify yourself by
iyour full name "Mary Smith."
i for instance.
j But you are "Mrs. Smith" If a
'servant or a small child answers
the telephone. i
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1 HOLLYWOOD, Feb. 3 (UP) q
Ozark comedian Bob Burns, ho
; cheered the depression years .ct'Q
iithe 1930's with his country humor)
!jnd his musical "Bazooka" fash-1 ""
l ioned from rusty gas pipe and a!
t whiskey funnelr died yesterday of d
cancer. He was 64. U
" 1 1 J.
Burns had been io a toma since POD
Saturday at West Valley Coramun-j
ity Hospital where he was under ..
treatment lor cancer oi me-Kia-,
ney. Inactive in show business for
the past tea years, Burns had been
in declining hi
the land of eternal spring,
ilTS A BOY! It' hard to believe, but three-year-old Zbigniew ;
iSkalinski is a boy, despite the curly' locks and the doll. But easy ;
Ito believe Is bis happiness at arriving in the U.S. The Polish im-!
Imigrant Is shown after he arrived in New York City aboard the
Navy transport General LangfltU Zbigniew and his family will,
live in Boston, Mass.
nay Reveals Recc
Against Tims, Cc!d
jo Save Soldier
SEOUL, Feb: 3 (UP)v -The U.S.
Armv reealed today the story of
a successful race against time and
bitter cold to save an iniured soldi soldier
er soldier frozen to a mountainside and
onlv an hour from death.
7he Army said Pfc. Ronald J.
Labointy, of Fort Kent, Maine,
was rescued by three soldiers last
week after he slipped while climb
in? a rugged peak in central
Korea. . ,,.
Labonty, who had scaled the
mountain to take photographs, lost
his footing and plunged 65 feet,
breaking, his leg... The bitter cold
froze him to the cround and his
blood pressure dropped so low that
p factor said later ne would have
died in one hour if he had not
b. i fountt.- ......
Capt. Warren F. Leary, of Mount
Holly, N.J.; Sgt. Vernon P. Man Manning,
ning, Manning, of San Pedro, Calif., and
Pvt. Robert J. Leo, of Brooklyn,!
N.Y. formed the rescue detail.
ill M V i.. I X J! f
imM L 1 11 .VW'vj
"tharje it to my account"
DAILY Flights to San Jose leaving at 10:30 a.m.
For information call your travel agent or call 2-3139
Records In 1955
- MIAMI, Fla., Feb. '3 (UP)-The
General Motors Corp. established
world records for a private manu
facturing company in 6ales, earn earnings,
ings, earnings, employment, and payrolls in
1955, President Harlow H. Curtice
Curtice claimed these records for
1. Sales totaled $12,443,000,000,
up 27 per cent from 1954. Defense
deliveries were 7 per cent of total
sales in 1955, compared with 14
per cent in 1954.-
, 2. Net income in 1955 was $1,189, $1,189,-000,000,
000,000, $1,189,-000,000, 48 per cent higher than
. 1954, and 43 per cent above the
previous record set in 1950.
3. Earnings were $4.55 a share
of common stock. Common share
holders received $2.17 a share in
dividends, with the balance re retained
tained retained for use in the business.
4. The average number of em employes
ployes employes on the payroll throughout
: i;rf-'in : .-:";:-'s".-.e"j1t'5 S;
ealth since he under
went surgery three years ago.
Burns' wife Harriet, his onetime
secretary with, whom he eloped
to Las Vegas in 1937, was at his
bedside when he died.
The humorist's tall tales about
his Uncle Fud and Grandpaw Snaz Snazzy
zy Snazzy were retold by his fans across
the nation. During World War II,
American soldiers dubbed the ar army's
my's army's antitank weapon after Burns'
weird homemade Bazooka.
Besides his widow. Bums also
was survived by their three chil children,
dren, children, Barbara, 17; Robbin, 16, and
Stephen, 15. Burns also had an another
other another son, Robert, 33, by his first
wife who died in 1936,
Known as the "comedian with
the barefoot voice," Burns came
to Hollywood in 1930 after a check checkered
ered checkered career that included stints
in small-time vaudeville, carni carnivals,
vals, carnivals, medicine shows 'and work
as a laborer in his beloved Ozark
the world totaled 624,000, up 47, 47,-000
000 47,-000 from the 1954 average.
5. Worldwide payrolls totaled
$3,127,000,000, compared with $2, $2,-610,000,00
610,000,00 $2,-610,000,00 in 1954. ;
Curtice gave the figures at a
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Officer To Spssk
Th rnortthly llludtnlH laik at
Ihe t'SOJWB Armed Koreaf Serv Service
ice Service Onier on MfJtKlay, at I p.m.
will .pretnt Morean Smith, train training
ing training off iett In .Survival Traininf
at Alhrofik Air Force Bae.
Smith will relate W rprncf
with thai "Zundapp Mill-American
Kxpeditifln." a project npmorm
by the department of anthropolojf
of t'e florlda State Vnfrmi'r,
which wan a nine-month arehaaolo arehaaolo-cal
cal arehaaolo-cal and botanical aurvr.y throuh throuh-out
out throuh-out Central America. ll will aluo
tell of fait trip from Florida to
Panama which he made on a
motorcycle1 during 1hi acienlific
experienca In Central Amwio.
An anthtopology graduate from
the Florida State Unlveralty,
Smith's major interest of atudy
i ethnrt-blology. Ha earn U Al Al-brook
brook Al-brook Air Fore JaM In 1954 to
re-establUH it Survival Training
rrogram. f v .
On Dee. 1, J9S2, Smith ant a fl
low nclcntist, atarted on their nine nine-monthi
monthi nine-monthi survey tbrouah Central Am Am-tries
tries Am-tries on imall motorcycle, from
Tallahassee, FIR. Upon their .ar .arrival
rival .arrival in Mexico, they gradually
progrofiald to Sari luidrfl de Gen General,
eral, General, Cota Rica, then on to Pa Panama,
nama, Panama, The journey from Costa
Rica to Panama wa made via
costal vejsel, cayucO, train and
truck ' '
. Dur'ina the scientific trip, they
collected Current ethnological ma materials
terials materials for museum exhibits and
-classroom study Jor Florida Jitate
tt ami m 1 i 1 1 1 1
Liiard Doffs Skin
To Ekopc Capture
Iv.'ASlirNGTO.V -(UP)- A sin sin-I.
I. sin-I. ii hfd native to the Patau
I, u literally "runs out of its
' whfin in danger, according
t't I '"Wiok M. Bayer, Smithson Smithson-i,
i, Smithson-i, 1 Jntitutlofl WologlSt.'
.. lie lizard, called a gecko, aban aban-c
c aban-c its wkin with lightning-like
t. i.''ty. The would-be captor is
I i holding the creature's, empty
.".'l the rest fif ,the lizard rtiha
a .iy presumab ly nuking I hid
Ir.g place," Bayer said.
Young girl for cashier
work anil accounting
' lov I Panama
rC SALE; CfUt SbfW
rnfr f 5 fn. If., 5
mcit CC-f, r t4 -ti.
nt N: 1677
ft., fcr1 Call litkM 4106.
C SALIj Mi. Md Ml
4mit tm Mt, ictti c4i
fiM.- Ar rWa IjHmu 2-
2lt. Hnm4 CI40-C.
-- I-' III .JTL.-l I, I I j ...in., ... t.
to $ALIr MMiy yMtb
mtHitn; fftlijH cf4H. Jtp.
ftn n 5129-A Dr V,
n 3-6450 Pmmm,
FOR SALC'. Uhmtt (imU
it pijK t4 kc)i, color
Hk, bctirtifut locki like
WW Cm $930. !H mII o
1560. f Mihi alk 2196.
f CI SALIs Mt Mt ?9oT
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C5J0-A Qmtyutn, A-2-J064.
101 SALf-K4 Vitrt 3.
mftrf4.? Olhf kuhIJ 4r-
!, 547-t Cri4 Mijht
: FkM 11.5211.: ;
FOR SALE; I-iaaaal rward
P'tr. tpaakar, tana aaatral,
wakawt arytfal $S. Phana Pan
ami 2-5430. I, trawa.
1,200 Scouts, Lee ders To Take Pari
I ri Se con d Anriuiil CZ Scouted pad es
, "for tha Boy IcOuts se fhe
mh" it the motto which has been
established to advanoa c the sec second
ond second annual beoutcapades to be
presented in the Balboa Stadium
on 1 Sat?? day tvenlng. Ffb. it, i
7;.). -p,.tM- y,-- --;r.....
Praa'i v enthe memVr memVr-fhip
fhip memVr-fhip of Canal Zona Cvuacil (91,
Boy -Ssotrts' of America slightly
over 1.200 Scouts and adult lead leaders
ers leaders will participate in the 19.VI
Scoulcapadet. The prencntation will
include tn eiisos -designed to
relate "This is tUa Scouting Stor-
Cuba:, frcotit, explorers and scaut scaut-ers
ers scaut-ers have been rehearsing since
early January, An episode in early
rtheamal that gives promise of
being exceptionally spectacular Is
entitled "Onward for God and, My
Country." Chaplain U F.; Donorf
an, RsbW Nathan Witkin, Dean
Malcolm McDonald, Chaplain Roy
A. Morden and Father John D.
Rutledge are collaborating in this
phaie of the presentation which
will feature special music written
and arranged by Victor Herr and
rendered by his 45-piece all Boy
Scout band. The Balboa chorus of
32 voices wity provide the singing
Tickets will be sold house-to-house
in the Canal Zone by neigh neighborhood
borhood neighborhood Scouts. Adults will pay 75
cents for admission, while minors
will onlvthsve .(i spend 35 cents
to see whlthabacore'ia short
time one of toe Scan 20"' maj major
or major entertainment events of t h e
year, -., . ,;: ;'u-'-
The second annual Scoutcapades
In the Canal. Zone is beinj under undertaken
taken undertaken in conjunction with U. S
wide activities during the1 month
of February, in observsnce of the
40th anniversary of the Boy Scouts
of America. Over '4 million 5 cub
scouts, boy scouts, explorers and
adult leaders will participate in
these activities, especially during
the prw4 Feb, -L2r which, has
been designated as official Boy
has served over 4 million boys.
rohrustv will also mark the
Making Big Cains
WASHINGTON (UP) More
American famlliM tftam ever (before
are purchasing snares' In v ntioiis
co-op ventures. There were an es
timated 13,000,000 family share
holders by the end of 1955.
Jerry Voorhis. executive director
of the Cooperative League of the
I'SA, reports that both farm tup
ply and urban consumer,, stores
chalked up sales records in 1955.
The largest regional farm supply
co-ops had a four per cent increase
in their, billion-dollar, sales. They
also modernized five oil refineries
and expanded fertilizer Operations.
1 In the cities, an over-all Increase
In co-op operations wa noted.
Plans for low-cost autoifiobilei in insurance
surance insurance for teen-agers and bettor
coverage for policy-holders were
mapped. "., :
Year-end gains included i thou thousand
sand thousand new credit unions, with the
. ailUilwQ.of wiliia Ji.Owi u.eaiu.
Hie American Travel Association,
; featuring co-op travel abroad, also
fC SALE 19S3 CI.IU $..
4, m rtff t4 Mnrf. N
yW Hewt pfool tirn t4 ri ri-4m.
4m. ri-4m. Ar cask fr is $2 J 03
fl kf m4ttti. Ftt. 2 2-2631.
2631. 2-2631. 'rrn.-' PUu 5
FCI JALf : S.kti Tjlko S S-U
U S-U iSM Cr. 1953 atef
r4i (4 lidNtf top. FiflWKiflf
filifiW. CjH Mr. fik Mm.
fni 2.1669, talon Mwv.
Millrnj itatcrt. v
FOI SALIj 1 953 CHrf, SMMr.
II, rfutf PU. Iitiomttit tttmt tttmt-mruitn,
mruitn, tttmt-mruitn, pwtt krake. ,t4i,
ht idjtl tim, iU44 Un,
w u cdii. CjN Fium
FOR SALE 1951 Paatlac Cat.
allaa l-rf., 43,000 miiet, w
!, Uather mtcria, aaaercaat.
CaH 16-4225 fcatwaaa 6 p.m.
aaal I p.m.
FOR $ALE-1955 2-1r. Cfca.
ratet lal-Arr 2-f aaa, P C. aai
rarf.o, law aiilaa. vary faa4
flaoa canartiaa. CaH lal. 2733.
FOR SALE: 1954 Ckerrolat
f al-Air 4-a'aar, pawar (liaa, imw
tirat, rae, tt. Vary faa4 cm.
elittea. Saa at 2-A Caca Solrte.
Wonted to Buy
WANTED TO IUY Scrap laaa'.
Wa pay f canft aat paaaa. Meja Meja-lattria
lattria Meja-lattria Panama. Phana 3-6122.
WANTED Uaa-arfraimJ taM taM-liaa
liaa taM-liaa tank la 4 cena'itiea, 3 ar
4 thaauaa) fallan capacity. Tak
aphana Panama 2-0421, I
HlGHPOINT In last years "Scoutcapades" re-enactrhent of the history of the -Panama Canal
la depicted In the above scene as President Theodore Roosevelt visits the "Big Ditch." On
Saturday evenlne. Feb. 18. at 7:15. t,h aecond annual Rcoutcanades will nresent. "This 1 the
L'Scotitlna; Storylt at the Balboa
wno wui make house-to-hoUsl
launching of a new four-year prog-
ram, "Onward for God and MytJr., C. Ji Holmes, A. J. Landreth,
Country" to help prepare Ameri
ca s rxys to Jive in today's world
and prepare them to carry their
full share in the years ahead. It
is designed to give youth an op opportunity
portunity opportunity to develop physical (fit (fitness,
ness, (fitness, self -reliance, a sense of per
sonal responsibility, a spirit of
helping people, a willingness to
share, an understanding of our gov
eminent s democratic processes
and a firm spiritual foundation.
- Committees responsible- for 'the
second annual bcoulcapades are as
Director general) K Budd" lUb lUb-ehstlek
ehstlek lUb-ehstlek ; scout executive, Franklin
Liiatic. ,. ..a
Sleerina Committee: Leonard
Brockman, Col. John Oberdorf,
Comdr. S, S. Knight, Will Arey,
Lt. Col. James Lane, E. I.' Ever-
son. ":'.-. '. '- .'--,.
- Events Planning COmmitteerWil COmmitteerWil-liam
liam COmmitteerWil-liam B. Mallory, William R. Price,
Sherman Brooks, Al Sloan, Jr.,
To Greet Leaders
Capt. and Mrs. llea'dley Grant,
newly-appointed commandine of
ficers of The Salvation Army's
Panama City Corps, will be pub publicly
licly publicly welcomed at a meeting to be
conducted, by. S-Capt. Edward W.
nodgson, sectional cancer, on Sun Sunday,
day, Sunday, at 7:15' p.m.
Religious and community lead leaders
ers leaders will bring welcome greetings,
and Capt. and Mrs, Grant will be
heard for the first time In Pana
Accompanied by their two chil children.
dren. children. Maxine and Ian, they ar ar-jivcJ
jivcJ ar-jivcJ Uik week on Hie Eciua del
Pacifico" from Jamaica, where
they have served In important
appointments for many years.
(OX 2031. ANCON. C.Z.
j tCX 1211. CmSTCIAt, CZ.
j I-OR SALE
FOR SALE-T l000-,al. ct ct-prn
prn ct-prn fanki, ftccl srrapt,
S200 each DtftiUaVa Njcinat.
OUTSTANDING IARGAIN: F.
par tri-pacer FA-22, Spr ca ca-tm,
tm, ca-tm, fcett caatfittAa, cerfHkafn.
FKaaa Caaipaat T.A.S. A. 3
1110, Acrapaerra Paitilta (Mar (Mar-co
co (Mar-co GcUkart), Panama.
FOR SALE-1953 mooter. w
firat, aiallnt conrfilioa. Pkana
FOR SALE: Chramim aaari
am, 30-aal. capacity with plaati,
ana" and liihes. Call Panama 3 3-5419.
5419. 3-5419. PANAMA CANAL COMPANY
OFFERS FLOATING EQUIP.
MENT FOR SALE
Scalae bids, lor aptninf io pub public,
lic, public, will ba received antil 10:30
a m., Febraary 10, 1956, in the
atlica al Superintendent of Stare
heatet, lalbaa, for tale of Felice
Launch CSPKEY located W the
toirth end at Gambaa bridge at
. fh Municipal Police Dock, tale tale-phane
phane tale-phane 6-124, and Police Launch
GUICHICHI located at the lal lalbaa
baa lalbaa Launch Landing, telephone
21277. Inrifatioa Na. 226 may
be obtained at the above aourcei,
r from offtca of Superintendent
af. Sfamhautek, ('cpheaa 2 2-IIIJ.
IIIJ. 2-IIIJ. '
'ip us vr"m av pa wH,t
Stadium. .Tickets may be obtained -from Canal Zone Soouta,
calls jfluring:: the next two weeks.
Wes Townsend, Gerald A. Poyle,
Major T. A. Kirby. Lt. Col, F. B.
fallM fSrl Wid'ell, George Tul-
ly.'noi. '(unaptainri'onovaii, oo oo-ert
ert oo-ert Worsley Gerald A. Doyle, Jr.,
William Taylor, Judge Guthrie
Crowe, C, R. Taht, Major T. A.
Kirby, Lt. Col, F. B. Simmons,
Art Payne, Alex Plotnikoff.
Technical Staff: G. S. McCul McCul-lough,
lough, McCul-lough, William &- Mallory, Frank
; v The
' 'PANAMA' OADIOCdnP.
Announces to all their customers that ALL RE REPAIRS
PAIRS REPAIRS mad In the Service-Shop or in the customer's
residence will be on CASH basis (C. O. D.)
TOTAL CLOSE OUT
of HUNDREDS of sterling, hollow
and flatware items "International".'
hi f y t -I?
rv.ii 1 l ieyr I w. J
ATTENTION G. I.t Jurf hunt
mc4ra furaisk4 ayartacats. I,
2 kciifooms, hot. cld viltl,
Fbea PaaaaM 3-4941.
FOR RENT: La furnitked a a-pMmtnt,
pMmtnt, a-pMmtnt, nt couple or rw. A A-anericaa
anericaa A-anericaa Mighkan. 4!lk irtt
No. 27, Apartment Na 2.
FOR RENT; Farniikta apart apart-want
want apart-want tnclniiBj rcirifaratar, porck,
parler-a'infnf room, kitchen, baa1,
roam, tiki, aR tttttnti. $60.
Apply 112 Y'a Baluario Porrat,
rtaar Reawvall Tkeafer.
FOR RENT-2-aaa-raam apart,
menf, furaithaa', mww fornitara,
piano. 50th Street No. 19, keiiae
Farmacla Van Der Diji, $1 10.
FOR RENT: lndpendnt apart apart-mentt,
mentt, apart-mentt, ana farnithed, one bad bad-team;
team; bad-team; the other 2 bedrooms, an.
faraished. Via Parraa Na. 64.
FOR RENT:' Stadia apartmerf
oppaoite race track; aha room
with bath and entrance, auitable
for bachelor or couple. Call Pan Panama
ama Panama 2-0434 after 2 p.m.
FOR RENT Uafarnithed apart apartment,
ment, apartment, two bodrooml. two hatha,
maid'i room, sittin-dining room,
porch, garage. $1 00, at Bella
Viata. N. Obarrio Street No. 23.
Saa Da Cettro, Avenue "B' No.
9-42. Phono 2-1616 Paaama,
FOR RENT: New, modem,
well-ventilated 2-bedroom apart
menfa with garage and maid's
Ouartan. 'Tcraiina" Apartmentl,
G Street, El Cangrcja.
;- 9 1
Cunningham, Col. Earl, Douglas
Best, Major Lindemann, Warner
Hoyle, Capt. MB..,Zollicoffer Pfcs
Hlnman, jof Gryrs:l j
Jllusic; VictJiklierr. Promotion:
Leonard Brockman, Will Arey Maj Major
or Major Arthur Dryer. Stadium Decor
ation: Cmdr: Knight, Transporta Transportation
tion Transportation r E.N. Stokes. Tickets: Lt
Col. Burton K. Phillips. Program:
Robert C. Walker. Narrator. Jim
Anderson. ; Co-Ordinators. Art
Payne, Alex Plotnikoff. Sta d i u m
Arrangements: -Gordon Balbirme.
Gramlick Santa Clara leach
Cettagea. Modcra coavenience.
moderate ratet. Phana Gemkee
FOSTER'S COTTAGES. One aula
put Carina. Low to tea, Pkaaa
PHILLIPS Ocaaatide Cottaaea,
Santa Clara. Bos 435. Iclbaa.
Phone Panama 3-1177, Cristo Cristobal
bal Cristobal 3-1673.
Shrapnal't Iwrniiked kaaMi aa
beach at Santa Clara. Telephone
TbompMft, Balfcaa 1772.
Baldwm't lurniihcd apartmcntt
at Santa Clara (each. Telephone
Preiack, lalboa 1224.
Cops Figure Skating
Crown Dsspile Pain
CORTIXA, Italy, Feb. 3 (IP)
tenley Albright 9-year-old
Newton, Mass.. lee ballerina,
fought off the pain of an ankle
Injury yesterday to win the
women's Olympic figure skat skat-inf
inf skat-inf championship with a
brilliant performance in free
Miss Albright, first American
ever to win the Olympic wom women's
en's women's crown, thus completed a
U. S. sweep of the two Olympic
figure skating; championships.
Hayea Alan Jenkins of Colorado
(springs, Colo., won the men's;
t.itlp vesf.errlnv, Thcsn or the1
I only two gold medals America!
has won in the 1956 classic.
The attractive New England
girl, who became a world cham
pion figure skater after recover recovering
ing recovering from a childhood polio at attack,
tack, attack, turned hi a near-flawless
performance In the free figures
despite a throbbing pain in her
right ankle. 1
Miss Albright had cat her
leg above the right ankle on i
Jan. 19 while practising tor
the Olympics. While executing
a maneuver her left skate
blade had cot Into her leg.
" The comely five-foot six, 128-
pound Miss Albright now Is a
pre-medical student at Hadcllf Hadcllf-fe
fe Hadcllf-fe College In Cambridge, Mass 1
Earlies in the day. Sixten
Jernberg of Sweden, a 26-year-old
lumberjack who finished
second in two previous Olympic
cross -coumry ski events, won
the gruelling 50-kllometer race
against Uie best Russian and
Finnish marathon skiers. i
Fort Kobbe's Post
Begins This Week
"Bases are loaded" at Fort
Kobbe aa the Post's 1956 soft soft-ball
ball soft-ball tournament goes into fuil
swing this week with teams
from the First. Second and Pro Provisional
visional Provisional battalions 'batting lt
up" In the championship preli-,
This year's tournament will
consist of two parts fcompeti fcompeti-tlon
tlon fcompeti-tlon between units within each
battalion for battalion cham championship
pionship championship and competition be between
tween between battalion-winners for the
Post crown. The battalion cham championship
pionship championship will be a double elimi elimination
nation elimination tourney with the Post
champions representing Fort
Kobbe in the USARCARIB com company
pany company level' Softball playoffs.
Each team will consist of no:
more than 18 men Including
coaches and managers. Person Personnel
nel Personnel are eligible to play with the
units which they, are assigned
to only. .
Appropriate awards will be
made to units winning battalion
'cliampioti&'KTps'aY weli as to the
Post, victors." '---
Lucky Stride Plays
I AiioCher Taclf Ic T w I light
j League baseball game was
rained out yesterday aespue
the fact that the. "dry season"
officially started Dec. 15. Luc.
ky Strike and the Junior Col Col-lege
lege Col-lege team were the clubs
scheduled to see acfon last
nltbt. v -
. The Lucky Strikers will tan tan-gle
gle tan-gle with the American Legion
nine at Balboa Stadium Sun Sunday
day Sunday at p.m. ,
FOR RENT: Haute No. 135.
laraiiKe4 $100: 2 kearooma,
livirtf-aining raom, kttchen, apa apa-ciaui
ciaui apa-ciaui rarel ((arrfeal. ''Uibanixa ''Uibanixa-ciaa
ciaa ''Uibanixa-ciaa Miraflarc." Pkana 2-1456.
FOR RfNT: Chalet, ipacieua
f raaaala, aaiat aeiflhbaraaaa!. 3 3-1201
1201 3-1201 or 2-2724.
FOR RfNT: Chalet: three tea!
rooms, 47th Street, lHa Vitfa.
Phane Claytoo (110 office haVrt,
after Cwranaa 5111.
AVAILAILI MARCH 1ST, far
eavea weekts Cattaf a ia Golf
Heifhti, with ipaciova jroundl.
Completely farnisheol. Three air air-cona'tttonea'
cona'tttonea' air-cona'tttonea' fceJroomj; inclutfinf
electricity, telephone,' water
( hot-col i, fat. leaJix washing
machine. lice lie nt maid 30 day t
only lileept maiel aaarten) To Total
tal Total turn: $575. Phone Panama
FOR RENT: Chalet: 1 beal beal-beeroomi.
beeroomi. beal-beeroomi. parch, living-dininej
raom, maid's roam. Via Parraa
No. 131, Phana 3-0754.
FOR RENT:-SpacioM house. 3
bedrooms, bathroom, living room,
dinina room, kitchen, maid's
room with bathroom, ejaraflo,
yard. 14th Street No. 3, Saa
Francisco,. 20 meters from Via
elitario Perret, $110 Phone 3-
02(0. '., -'V;,.''. ;,.".
FOR RENT: Recently baik cor corner
ner corner haute, 50th and 10th Street.
3 bedrooms, maid's ream, ate.
Call telephonei Panama 3-3170
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WANTED; Beauty operator.
Must speak Enalijh and Spanish,
mutt be efficient to do every.
thine,. Cerwnda leauty Shop,
WANTED: Accountant with
experience lex 177, Cole.
WANTED: Experienced State Stateside
side Stateside beauty operator, full or
parttime. Condi's leauty Shop,
Cocofi Clubhouse. Nary 3112.
WANTED: Two girl masseuses,
both to work permanently. Call
Carunda Beauty Shea, 2113.
INTERVIEWS mow bein( held far
'additional sales staff in car and
track departments. Experienced
men may apply ta Mr. Edd Ab Abbott,
bott, Abbott, Celpan Motors.
OPPORTUNITY for bilinaual se secretary.
cretary. secretary. Apply to Mr, Edd Ab Abbott,
bott, Abbott, Colpan Meters, No. 34
FOR RENT: Famished larga
bedroom for bachelor, private
bathroom and entrance, all
screened, Idle Vista, $50. Tel Telephone.
ephone. Telephone. 3-I64S.
FOR RENT: Clean furnished
rooms,' maid's service, centrally
located. I Street 11-31. Phone
WANTED: Expert Cook, Irini
reference. Good salary, Federico
, leyd Avenue No. D4-22.
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L 4CM U L 10
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"10 RTO A LA
i Burt Lancaster in:
. ".MAN OF
CinemaScope and technicolor
wees end release
. John Wayne Lana Turner in: ..
"THE SEA CHASE"
Search the seven sras you won't find
excitement like this...!
SHOWS: 1:15, 3:46. 6:17, 8:50
fcOc. : 30c.
Week end release
The bombshell story of the "Fixer"
E. G. Robinson In:
He beats any rap till he raps on
the door of An?el O'llara. .
SHOW'S: 3:07, 4:52, :54, S:5S
NEIL HAMILTON hi:
TARZAN THE APE MAY'
with Maureen O'Sullivan
The fctvst famous musical
"FRENCH CAN CAN" :
Maria Felix Jean Cabin and
Plus: FERNANDEL In:
"Ali Boba And The 40 Thieves"
RANK NIGHT $300
Randolph Scott in:
TEN WANTED MEN
Kim Novak in:
"THE SWORD OF
Social and Otli
f?U cf ny&(f$mni.
Jt Jl L
I t 'PtMmi 2-0740 or IVUI bU'-MV t tm. any.
Ex-President Of Ecuador
uonored During urui
Visit To Capital Oily
Oretnlzatlon. will be crewne
' ball m Balboa.
fich notice far Inclusion In this
ealumn should suhmliit ia tvpe.
wrlttrn form and mailed I one (
tht box numhtn listed daily in "So "Social
cial "Social and Otherwise," or delivered
by hand to the offlte. Notices of
neetinfs cannot be accepted by tele telephone.
phone. telephone. Mr. Wilkr T Sptak
Bdfort Cellcgt Club
The. Thursday Morning Study
Group of the Canal Zone College
I Inh will mppt at thp hnmo nf Mrs
tx-fjesiaent oi tcuaaor uaw Franklin K. Van Zandt, 544-A, Cur
Flaza Lasso, wno stoppea on m un(iu Heights next Thursday at
ranama iur one uay u. .j9:30 a.m. Mrs. John R. Hammond
nome to Quito, was guest of WiJl assist as co-hostess.
Honor at a dinner given weanes-l ur: Robert C. Walker, Chief
evenuig by tnei Auioassador of internal Security, will speak on
US Faces Poser
Too Much Leisure
CHICAGO -(UP W Americans!
must learn to live irr a society in
which leisure time plays a more
important role than working time,
according to John W. Fulton, ex executive
ecutive executive vice president of the Amer American
ican American Music Conference.
The "promised four-day week
about 1965" will make the who'e-
euine use oi iree time a major
SOME women now grown who
were brought up in a more formal
age would just as soon go outo f
the house withoutt heir dresses as'
go gloveless. j
But what gloves. There seems
to be a tendency among women
who oDserve me letter, rather than
Ecuador; v!r.Hugo Moncayo,
Dr. Qu'ntero Fe
is Feted at Many
. Minister of foreign Relations
Alberto Boyd was host yesterday, La Boca Civic Council
becunty trends m this area.
Members have been asked to note
that the place of this meeting dif differs
fers differs from that shown in the year
iiiauiit.i ... ...
national problem, he explained !lne ipir"; 01 u,5 nicetv- t0 consid consid-Studies
Studies consid-Studies show that the amount of'er any plece rumpled ragt hat
I once a glove as beme better,
7..'' T''.." '"c-uotiai c-than nothing.
Its not. Better bare hands than'
the gardening gloves some wom-j
en frantically seek out before ODen-l
ling .the front door. At least- the
"Training for such conditions nfi hands re clean.
tiv;ities is rising faster than any
other segment of the American
economy, he .added.
at Hotel Ei Panama tor a lunch
eon honoring N the Colombian
ambassador, i)r. Teofilo Cjuinte Cjuinte-ro
ro Cjuinte-ro Fex, who is leaving soon for
nis new station in Mexico. Monday at 7:30 p.m.
On Weonesaay, Lit. Quinteioi E. L. Fawcett, president of
Fex was honored at a luncheonjthe Conai'ess of Local Rate Civic
given Dy tne ambassador ofiCouncils and other representa
Meets Monday Evening
The regular, monthly meeting
of the La Boca Civic Council will
be held at the study hall cn
life must begin now," Fulton said.
"The children now in school will
face1 this serious problem by the
time they reach maturity. If they
are not prepared, we will find
more and more of the social prob
lems arising from the boredom
and maladjustment that come to
persons with lime they don't know
how to use."
France and Mrs. Lionel Vasse.
Birih of Son
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert O. Enl Enl-gelke
gelke Enl-gelke announce the birth of
their first son, third child, on
Wednesday at Coco Solo Hospi Hospital.
tal. Hospital. The baby will be named
His maternal grandfather is
Mr. Albert Wood of Whlttier.l at the J. W. B. on La Boca Road,
vuui., ttiiu ins paternal grana-' Balboa
tives of the congress will be in
Reports from c o m m i ttees
functioning in the council arc
The Balboa Women'i Club
will hold their regular monthly
meeting Wednesday, at 9 am
Mary Engelke of
Mrs. Dorothy Stroup will
speak about "Interpretative Ha
Several of the club member
will demonstrate the dances.
A coffee hour will precede the
meeting with Mrs. Florence
Klrpper. Mrs. Bryan, and Mra.
of .the YMCA.-USO .Girls Service,
iti cueen tomorrow ft, a coronation
MR. EUGENE LOMBARD HONORS LONGTIME
PERSONAL FRIENDS OF. LOCAL PRESS
. Entertaining at cocktails yesterday, Mr. Eugene Lombard
honored longtime personal friends of the Isthmian press at'
his Gorgas Road home on Balboa Heights.
Others at the small affair included guests from Panama
and officials of the Canal.
Mrs, Dorn Honored
By Mrs. Gray
In honor of Mrs. Frances Dorn
of HOt Springs, Ark., who is vis visiting
iting visiting here, Mrs. Elizabeth B.
Gray gave a luncheon at her
home In Balboa on Tuesday
Guests included the Mesdames
Alice Bryan, Margaret Coffey,
Margaret Coleson, Caroline De De-deaux,
deaux, De-deaux, Ellen Edwards, Jessie
Grimlson, of Gorgona, Mary
Kelleher, Dora Krldle. Lyda
Jonej, Margaret Hibonate or
Gorgona, Florence Mallett, Lil Lillian
lian Lillian Sneckenberger, Louise Soy Soy-ster
ster Soy-ster nd Mary Kate Underwood.
A clever autograph book had
been made with faces of the la
dies mounted on bodies cut from
magazines. Each guest auto autographed
graphed autographed her "picture" and this
was then given to Mrs. Dorn as
a humorous memento of the oc
casion. , .
frnnlzAf.Inn unit resident of rnfllnj,4 r..
Panama, has heen plertprl Queen At I'sn.ium r c-..j.
- ,----.) i ptu v.., ouiltlilT
fnr lOSft hv the mllitarv nersnn- A vgiintina. r,
nel who attend the weekly danc
es. ' .,.." :
A ; Valpntlna'a rnnji.ii.ki
Dance will be held ftt the USO USO-JWB
JWB USO-JWB Armed Forces service Cen-
ter fin ffTinriaiT f a.ia
Aurora It IS vears old and was1 HnliHav riAonratiin. r j..
'born m Chiriqui Province. She; light atmosphere and' music to"
(has had three years of secretar-jthe latest recorded hit tune -iii
'i omulI. vY.icw aivcu wuau iiri v onjuycu. ne young ladles of
hobbles were she replied that,the USO-JWB Club have been
she r like : dancing- and country sent invitations to this affair
music. She also'stated that she A cordial invitation is extend
would like to travel and learned to military personnel and
vmci iau(iuaB:a. tuupies 10 attend.
Rriff. Gen. T.nnl, V trtohtnwpr (CnUnued M P
Chief of staff, USARCARIB. and
Colon IAWC Plan
Card Party Tomorrow
Members of the Colon I.A.W.C.
are having a dessert card party
and fashion show tomorrow at
Coco solo Officers club at 12:30.! Edith Brown as hostesses.
nusiesses ror tne axialr are
Mrs Robert Leigh and Mri, John
Their committee members are
Mesdames Tito Belanger; Frank
tanavagglo, Maximo CarrizdJ
viutcuo uoiiunguez, victor Doss-
man, .luis Ducruct, ivo Ferg
none, percy Francey, Augusto
Lara, Julia Leignadler, John
Craig, Robert Townsend, Ruth
Weygand, Chas. Perrot. Jr... nn.
ra Hanson and Miss Ada Maryi
This is also a reminder for the
ladies playing cards to be sure
to bring their own cards
Crowned Tomorrow1 tf
At YMCA-USO Ball
The annual Coronation Ball
of the Balboa Y.M.C.A.-TJSa Will
be held tomorrow at 8:15 p.m.
Miss Aurora Guerra, a mem member
ber member of the "Y" Girls service or-
Jadg, Guthrie crow., dull- nr .Si, After "SK
man of the committee of man. rfncin V.A.;..'.
agement of the Y.M.C.A. win acVVThe cop, SJtffi
t i wimwuco, mi. oui a roaring bonfire by
uuvmng suowoaus on n.
This dance is .open to military
personnel their vives and mem members
bers members of the Y.M.CA. Girls' Serv Service
ice Service Organization.
EGG SONG .'
DES MOINES (UP) Sug Suggestion
gestion Suggestion from a Des Moines cook:
fni nprfonr cnflLiwkilA
" It also commemorates the 15th, "Onward .Christian Soldiers" once once-birthday
birthday once-birthday of the U.S.O. which if yon want rhem mediim-botled,'
wag formed at the beginning of sing it twice, for hard-boiled, three
World War II. ; times.
Ai bMck r hr yew wn
backyard, rvnlon rH COPPtHt'
IONI. Get rodioni reiorl fan.,'
kifaf keep compkm!ot yavthM. .
y COPflTON tedor n
Kquirf, tree), tetian ar proy,', : ?'
Sunfofi Oil, toliosW (ream
Gloves should be stored and
maintained with care if they are"
going to speak of their owners as y
ladies. They should be washed, 1
cleaned or reolaeed. if necessarv.1 r J
If they're white, they should be'
eallyw hite. Fingernails should not
be poking through the ends of the
fingers. I r
Dress gloves shouldn't be. used; J
for dirving the car and vice versa, I .,.
for the black palms and clenched!
fingers that the grip of a steering
wheel produces are nothing anyone! mmmm
wants to shake. I
Leather gloves should.be stored
flat in plastic or otherwise non-j
oil-absorbing c a s e s. All gloves i.
should be cleaned, washed or
thrown into the housecleaningbin
before the fingers take on a curl
of their own.
i Tike advantage of the RLM Family Plan
, to All EUROPE. Fly together now and save
$200 or more? Also your children fly at
. big savings!
' Enjoy your KLM Family Flight, :
.far. further infermotien: SEE
YOU TKAVEt AGENT ar KLM at
21 A 12 Tivoll Avenue, Fonenta.
Tel. 2-2331 ar 2 3372.
worid'S fmsr airline
It Of A I DUTCH
vsMjl)odi dirndl (LaAAifLcdi
" t'VI riil emu
IRVING ZAPP COMPANY, S, A.
Summer time, at work or play,
calls for extra deodorant care.
Don't risk offending any time! Get
full 24-hour protection against
underarm odor with MUM. ' :
Used erne daily, tfn grant MUM
guards against odor bacteria longer
-betterl Safe for normal skin and
fabrics too! ;
M-3 Is the secret!
based originally on
contains M-3, which
bacteria . perspira perspiration
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will Mtdrj tut in tht "rj y
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WHEEL OF, CHANCE
j It's th wheel of your can' No "matter how careful you are .', .'how well V'.'H
you.drlve. There's always a chancei A bad smash up. A wrecked pocket. i ',
book. Unless your insurance Is right, and to be sure your insurance is V
. right; call: ' 1 -
Telephone Panama 2-5000 :('n
He knows how much you should carry in what types fire, theft, ,r
, collision,' liabtlity, basic and extended medical. Have him arrange adequate .r
..... protection for you Y your family, your guests, your pocketbdok.
- ALWAYS remember, the wheel .of your car is a wheel of chance. Handle ''--
it with care. Advt. 1 ;
f 'i ;-t
SATL'fiDAY, Feb. 11 CORONATION, BALL
i The rowrnnof Queen tlzzle I bvMarcela,
r Queen of Fantasy, and the beautiful throne
by Manuel Ciervides are a fascinating show!
, TJie grand "coronation ball, led by the i
queen and her lively court, goes on until the early
hours. Dress formal or semi-formal.
' ' :.- ;
SUNDAY P0LI ERA NIGHT
The once-a-year parade of Panama's beautiful
national costumes! A. show that you can,
' be part of Mf you've no costume, buy.'a
. native-hat 1o join the fun.
MONDAY "MAMARRACH0S" NIGHT
i 'I he costume -night everybody. loves! Come as your
imagination prompts you. . a pirate; a baby. .
- a beactt-eomber,,,. but come.and, have iua galore!
TUESDAY "COMPARSA" NIGHT
The tehlf ie wind-up of the 4-dav celebration
when the fun goes on till the dawn "burial of th
fish." Youll enjoy iti more, too, if you come with
your friends irt a comparsa (a group similarly
dressed or in costumes carrying out a theme.)
Call our publicity department to arrange special
music for your group's entrance.
THERE'S M0 FUN LIKE CARNIVAL FUN h.
FIESTA, PANAMA-STYLE FEb 11, 12, 13 & 14
pffi!s;::5.'ovER tiie exciti;:5 fou.i i::s!it$ her majesty lizzie
From 9 p.m. in the beautiful patio
VB'.'.;- 'iADr:'.'cs:PN PRICES
" "Saturday Coronation .... $250 per person
"Sunday Pollera Night "... .'2.50 per person
Monday Mamarrachos . 2.00 per person i
' Tuesday Comparsa Kight .3.00 per person l
, CLARENCE MARTIN'S :
QUEEN'S MURQA (BAND)
u Come,' join in.the most colorful
fun of the year! ... Be a part -of.
Carnival every night
FUN GALORE! MUSIC!
LIQUOR AVAILAELE DY
il I Si
A Kirkcby Ho'.i'l
. 1 4.1.1.
reservation early, l
Call Max, 3-1-J60 J
itjdat, rrr-rA7vT t, r:j
f AGE EIGHT
TCTZ PANAMA AMTRICA AN IXEEFEXDrXT DAILY iZZT.iYTTl
Sociai and Otli
Farewell Party To Fete Ity-two coeds from the Universi- J
Departing Penwomen tf w "'-- -...iii,ly oil Uie
A "despedida" honoring thei"1'1 ""u-r "e uuap,tts o
artists, Elenor Edwards and Ufc0 Camp Snows, inc., to i
Gladys Barnard will be given at!e""er i"c uimmiy iruopi.
the home of Mrs. Pat Markum"" e
In Balboa Heights on Wednes-!one. oe spcuai guests u
day, to which members of the Uit8e Uuj. aiwuh wrm wrm-Canal
Canal wrm-Canal Zone Branch of the Na-ial lc, wmortow, ai tne Arm
tional League of American Pen:" navy uud a- ron aowoui
women have been invited
Mrs. Edwards is movlne with
her husband and family to
When her husband retires
next month, Mrs. Barnard is Miami, fionaa.
leaving with him. to make their
home in Rhode Island.
Quen Lii Returning
Her Maje&iy, im I, Queen of
Cauuvai w nutei ,1 1" aaama re returns
turns returns today 10 Panama, alter a
denghtiul stav of one week in
College Club Tea
"The Belles of Indiana," thir
sets of twin calves were born dur
ing a 10-day period on the John
Foster farm near here.
Also returning are her mother,
Mis. Suazo, Miss Aura capriles
and Mrs. Auorey E, Kline, pub public
lic public relations director of the Ho Hotel.''
tel.'' Hotel.'' yueen Liz will be met at the
airport by her friends and the
hotel Is sending the Queen's
Band (Murga) to the Airport so
(UP) Threei as to welcome Queen Liz with
meir merry music.
N AM INSTANT
-ANO IT IS
100 PURE COFFEE
If ITS tOKMtfV. IT MT T it ooe
locale 01 Disfricl
Changed To Panama
The possibility of rain has caus caused
ed caused a cuange in the pirtee of tqe
district missionary service of the
Episcopal church, which was fix-1
ed for Balboa ball park on Sunday'
alternoon at 4 o'clock.
Looking south for a winter holiday Or a business trip means
planning a minimal wardrobe that will pack without a whimper.
Ana this, as wise travelers know, means knits and more knits.
For those hours of sitting on the plane (left), a front-button knit
dress of pebbly silk and wool that looks like tweed shows no
muss or wrinkle. For sunny climes (center), I cocktail sheath
knitted of orlon, cotton and linen emerges from the suitcase per perfect,
fect, perfect, for cool wear. Indispensable for wear under knits (right) i
a bra that shows not a bit of bulge. This one molds the midriff
to smoothness with nylon and elastic.
Christian Dior Eliminates
Bosoms From New Fashions
PARIS. Feb. 3 (UP)-ChristianiWorn with straight and narrow
J Dior took thn bosom out of ladies'' skirt. It is a variation of the "cane-
Marking the close of, th 36th fashions today with his new "ar-you" shown by other dressmakers,
annual convocation of the mission- row look." f I Full skirts, cut in a new man-
ary district of the Panama Canal Dior presented a silhouette; ner, highlighted the evening scens.
Zone, the service will be held in- straight and thin as an arrow." As full as the torso is narrow,
stead at St. Paul's church, Pana- He flattened the bust and erased' these skirts puffed and swayed
ma City, at the same hour pre- the curves which featured his "A" over a construction of panniers,
nf nthpr vpa. I hoons ard solid boards.
Scheouled as nreachpr, is th .. The fashion leader's showing1 r Fullness often started just under
Ven. Mainert J, Peterson, arch- was the highlight of the Paris the bust.
ing on a visit with Mrs. Peterson t U firm;y settled the1 ;'iook"
for Jamaica next week to take wwch other designers nave ap-
WIVES FACE TOUGH TAS
SLOWING AGING HUSBANDS
GIVE APPLE BROWN BETTY
NEW QUALITY WJTH FRUIT
By GAYNOR MADDOX
NEA Food and Markets Editor
part in tne missionary Camoaitrn
being sponsored by the diocese of
The office of evening prayer
will be used, in which the Very
Rev. Malcolm R. MacDonald J
Dean of the Cathedral of St. Luke, 1 MeniccUci, an Italian office clerk
proached, with high bosom wheth
er prominent or flat, high waist,
broad shoulder, thin hips.
There was immediate reaction.!
"An ualy thing," said Marioj
wul say the opening sentences.
The first and second lessons have
been assigned to Archdeacon Ed Edwin
win Edwin C. Webster and Archdeacon
William L; Ziadie of Costa Rica.
respectively. Prayers and grace
by Archdeacon Arnold C. Waldock
of Nicaragua will precede the ser sermon,
mon, sermon, while closing prayers and
the blessing will be pronounced by
Bishop Gooden. Archdeacon Lem Lemuel
uel Lemuel B. Shirley of Panama is mast master
er master of ceremonies.
Other clerics not officiating will
be vested at the service, for which
singing will be rendered by the
combined choirs from parishes on
both the Atlantic and Pacific sides.
The Rev. John A. Spalding will
direct, with Earl C. Keeney of the
cathedral as organist.
"Bosoms are important to worn
en. What is actress Sophia Lor-
en going to do now?"
"Then there is nothing left to
women,'' snapped Mme.. Christine;
Raud. "It's a shame." I
Nearly 50 women jammed
Dior's plush salons to see his col collection,
lection, collection, the most-awaited event of
the Paris spring fashions. They j
oohed and they aahed, they clapped
and they groaned.
The silhouette torso line rose
straight to the shoulders. T h e
waist went directly up, ending
just under the flattened bu&t
marked by belts and drapes.
The main details of Dior's 175 175-rnhfl
rnhfl 175-rnhfl collection Carried the major
I trends that have appeared in the
other fashion collections wmcn
opened this week.
Star of tne collection was me
two-piece dress, called the "cur "cur-cao."
cao." "cur-cao." It is a short, flat pullover bolero
to tfvo thw Wo to your cofficj
tTytw wi i to rank ta usszing discovery thtt
21 ctt irorJng tims, di a square of SATTNA t9
four hot tarch before applying to clothea,
Vilh. SATTNA your iron doesn't drag or stick,
Cere is no possibility of wrinkling them.
EATINA gives your clothes a beautiful glosa
Caish, leaving them "like-new." They will smell
cesh and stay cleaner longer.
toy SAUNA today, n4
yu will nf grMlar
at In your Ironing
nd btttar mpfantm
fci your cteSh.
mi mum f r ZZ 1
L.. .r r
Cirl Was Hounded
' HONG KONG, Feb. S (UP) -British
government officials said
today they were investigating Com Communist
munist Communist China's charges that U.S.
consulate officials here "tracked
and hounded" a Chinese school girl.
The Communist New China
News Agency, quoting a local
newspaper story, said in a broad broadcast
cast broadcast that U.S. officials "forcibly
subjected" the girl to search
Jan. 25, and questioned her about
A consulate spokesman refused
to comment on the story.'
The British Colonial Office here
was reported to be annoyed with
American methods in investigating
passport and j visa applicants. ;
, f STILL ON JOB
HARTFORD, Conn. (UP)
Arthur Lathrop still commutes
daily to a bank where he started
working at the age of 58. He's
8 A L B O A TOM OR ROW l
Get Together... 1
Mk Ail U&-4al
How can you help a husband
"take it easy" when he refuses
to admit that he has reached the
age when he oueht to start slowinirl we asked Demetria avlor of
aown ivew York, one of the best of food
That's the question one reader thinker-uppers in the country, to
of this column asks, and it is one give us new variations on old-
that probably confronts a good fashioned Brown Betty. Her re re-many
many re-many middle-aged wives married Plies. as you can see, a requiet
to men who don't want to face delicious.
me tact oi their age
hit tonga from v
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DIABLO HEIGHTS' I MAR GAR IT A
" t hGeHcTi i ?D I "LUST FOR GOLD"
It takes a World of tact to make
a man recognize that he isn't as
young as he used to be without
making him feel old.
Yet that ia exactly what many
a wife has to be able to do.
The best thing a wife can do,
perhaps, is to try to gradually
change a husband's pattern of after-work
living, without showing
Tact Is The Answer
She can usually manage to have
a few more quiet evenings at
home, to shorten evenines out so
that a man gets enough sleep,
to get him interested in the kind
of hobbies and outdoor activities.
that aren t too strenuous.
Often she can get him away for
weekends, which means getting
him completely away from his job,
by dreaming up short trips and
selling him on the idea.
; When women get to the age
where they ought to alow down,
life usually arranges things so that
they can. Their children grow up
and their work loads are lightened
and they don't feel any need to
prove they are still young by in indulging
dulging indulging in more violent physical
exercise than they should.
But a man's work load isn't au automatically
tomatically automatically lightened when he hits
middle-ag.e In fact, it is often
If his younger companions want
to hunt from sunup to sundown,
or play 36 holes of golf in the
broiling sun or whatever, the middle-aged
man doesn't want to lag
behind."" .-rr.-- ....
So he really needs to have his
wife gently and tactfully lead him
into gradually Blowing down the
pace that kills so many men in
their middle years..
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NEW HAVEN, Conn. (UP) -Traffic
Judge Charles Henchel
fined a driver who gave a police
man a hard time for ordering his
car towed away, then offered this
bit of solace: "I wouldn't want
anvone to know it, but my car
has been towed away twice. I
(Makes 6 servings)
One cup firmly packed brown
sugar, 3 cups soft bread crumbs,
Vi teaspoon cinnamon, V teaspoon
nutmeg, 1 large ripe banana, 2
apples, 1 1-pound can whole cran
berry sauce, juice and grated peel :
of 1 lemon, 3 tablespoons butter ;
combine sugar, bread crumbs.
cinnamon and nutmeg. Reserve 1
cup of the mixture. Peel and slice
banana, then sprinkle-with lemon
juice. Core, pare and slice apples
tmn; combine with banana slices.
Arrange alternate layers of the
crumb mixture and fruit mixture
in a shallow casserole. Spread
cranberry sauce ove the top. Com
bine reserved 1 cup crumb mix
ture with lemon peel. Sprinkle over
cranberries, dot with butter. Bake
in modate oven (375 dees t.)
30 minuts or until apples are ten tender..
der.. tender.. ....... .
pple Banana Betty
Two large cooking apples, 3 firm,
yellow bananas; V cup sugar, Vi
teaspoon cinnamon, V teaspoon
salt. 3 cups soft bread crumbs, 3
tablespoons butter or margarine,
Pare, core and slice apples thin.
Cut bananas in 44-inch slices. Com
bine fruits, sugar, cinnamon and
salt Combine bread crumbs and
butter or margarine. Place alter
nate layers of crumbs and trust in
greased baking dish, beginning and
ending with crumbs. Cover; bake
in moderate oven (375 degrees .)
about 40 minuts, or until apples
are tender. Remove cover, bake
about 5 minutes longer to brown
crumbs. Serve hot, with frozen
DON'T TELL ANYONE
BANBURY. Conn. -(UP) A
year after having triplets. Mrs. Ed
ward Schlemmer tried to wunnow
news that her 19th child had been
born. "We just didn't want to have
any fuss over this one," sne ex
HOLLYWOOD (NEA) Holly-1
wood and GrapeVINE: Humphrey
Bogart s smarting unaef a printed
quote credited to Herman Wouk,
author of "The Caine Mutiny."
After seeing Bogart (in the movie)
and Lloyd Nolan (on stage and
TV) as Captain Queeg, Wouk gives
Nolan the nod for ,the best charac characterization.
terization. characterization. -The author's reported
"It's carious about th. way act
ors can b.comt tn. characttr you
crttttd. I can n.ver think of Que.g
gain without sing Lloyd Nolan."
RKO is denying a printed report
that Marge and Gower Champion
will star in re-makes of the Fred
Astaire-Ginger Rogers .fllmusicals.
But there's a big movie in the
Champion's future since playing
the Cocoanut Grove here . The
ABC-TV network is in Noel
Coward's dog house. A publicity
release before the TV showing of
his dramatic 1940 war movie, "In
Which We Serve," labeled the film
"a great comedy."
A movi. star who became TV's
Mr. District Attorney just solved
"The Case of the Type-Casting
Jinx" ,'- himself. Always the
scoundrel before he became Mr.
D. A., David Brian landed his first
romantic role opposite Ginger Rog Rogers
ers Rogers in "The First Traveling Sales Saleslady."
lady." Saleslady." Says Brian: "Once an actor gets
hooked up with a type he's in for
trouble. I had to learn the hard
Martin mnA I Auric mAnmm ml
Paramount: A SI Cuddlesburger
"wv won't ste.r you wrong"
on th." studio caf. m.nu. Cuddles
Is th. nam. of st..r emoting
with '.m In "Pardn.r."
Tht Witnt! Groucho Marx
flipped it while reading a cafe
menu "Hmm mm Virginia Ham.
That's a good name for an actress
Not in the Script: At Frascati's:
"I told you that Grace Kelly was
uiiiuiuuuj, 11 UJ lUUiUii t DUC 5CIU9
down and marry an ordinary mU
uonaire like the rest of us?" :
This Is Hollywood, Mrs. Jonetj
Gtorg. S.ndtrs, in "Death of
Scoundrel," begging forgiven!,
for being a heel. The doll listening,
to his plea is. .x-wif. lit Zs
Previewed: Just anything doesn't
go, as film fare these days. But;
go, go, go to see "Anything Goes.'
Bine Croshv. DnnaU flTnnnnri
Jeanmaire and Mitzi Gaynor go tot
town with the help of Cole Porter'
music.- i ,f I
Mickey Rooney, who Is replacing
Donald O'Connor in the "Francis'
series, just concluded another big;
deal. He signed with NBC to re resume
sume resume his TV career in a new
filmed series, "Lucky the Lepre
chaum." Mickey won't O.K. sec
ond runs on his earlier "Hey,
Mulligan" series until the new stan
zas bit home screens.
Frank Treatment given LeW
Ayres' conscientious-objector sta
tus during World War II on Ralph;
Edwards' "This Is Your Life," has.
released more controversial ma-,
terial along the same lines;- "Cross
roads producers just lensea
"Pavement Pastor," starring Jeff
Morrow as a real-life minister who
fought against the draft and who
went to the federal pen in Atlanta
for his views. t
Selected Shorts: Vic Mature" is
getting $200,000 salary outright.
nine 9 rtxr nnt nf th nrnfit fa
his current "Zarak Khan" starrer
. . Dana Wynter is an object
lesson in persistence. A couple of
years ago she played a small part
in "Melba" and landed on the cut
ting room floor, wow sne s t ox s
nottesi uncoming star . upromy
Dandridge as- Cleopatra? The
idea's cooking for the screen's
"Carmen Jones" in a British
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with joyous leap on the fifth anniversary of her delivery from
blindness. Five years ago, the little girl from a farm near Cum
ming, Ga., was said to have cancer, which was making her blind.
Doctors said her eyes would probably have to be removed. But
charitable persons in Atlanta took her to Mayo Clinic, where re re-diagnosis
diagnosis re-diagnosis showed she did not have cancer and would see again..
Today she is a normal bright-eyed 'child, daughter of a tenant
Xarmer of Big Creek community near Cummlng. r i,
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I Earl of Leicester,' this 16 16-I
I 16-I year-old British girl, Yvonne
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; MARYLAND, THEIR ; MARYLAND;New deal in athletics
at the University of Maryland set up this picture as
new coaches. From left .are the governor, Tommy Morit, r
new head coach, and Bob "Ward, the new assistant coach, f
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SURPRISE! Thi? .i? the scene thaur thaur-prised
prised thaur-prised many Viewers rci the : recent
feather title fight -between Sandy -Saddler,
the champ, and( Flash Elorde in.
San Francisco. Saddler reaches for his
mouthpiece, an, unusual action for a
fighter. .Saddler, who retained his
title,' explained that he had lost hls
mouthpiece In ;a prey ibus bout when
fans threw things in .the, ring jand 'al
was swept away at the end of the round.
f'AN IN TKS MIDDLE Rochester's- Jack Twyman, grabs
.' a rebound as two Knick players attempt to get in on the
(cl. Action is from recent pro cege game in New York..
. FOUL! Recipient of the foul is George Mikan, the great
' pro. star. who. is ffiakipg acomeback' and the guilty one is-
I big Walter Pukes. Mikan plays 'with"" the; I.rinncapi'U"
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THS PANAM A AFRICAN A.N INDLFENDENT DAILI NEV. SPAFta
GMkiiie fcGai'tliy Seeks Seventli-otraigM
Sprint At Juan Franco
The Stud Chiriqui's promising: British thorough thoroughbred.
bred. thoroughbred. Charlie McCarthy looms the prospective favor favorite
ite favorite to register his seventh consecutive victory tomor tomorrow
row tomorrow afternoon in the featured $600 seven furlong
sprint for Class D imported horses at the Juan Fran Franco
co Franco race track.
The four-year-old brown son of
Nearco-Comie Doll was a Dig dis disappointment
appointment disappointment to his owners unti
lash Christina JEye when- he scor scored
ed scored his flrstVfccal victory. Since
then the colt has improved steadi steadily
ly steadily and now beasts a string of six
more w,ins. ;:. ;, ;:
Tomorrow's field, nowever, is by
far the toughest Charlie McCarthy
has been pitted against since gain gaining1
ing1 gaining1 winning form. Former top top-notcher
notcher top-notcher Blakemere, ex-track cham champion
pion champion Amorio and unbeaten new newcomer
comer newcomer Reynold are included in
the seven-horse field. Bradomin,
Lexden and Vulcanizado are the
ether scheduled starters,
Alejandro Ycaza, just back from
an; eight-meet suspension, has the
tog up on Charlie McCarthy. Bias
Aguirre will try for the fourth
straight time to bring Blakemere
home a winner. Guillermo Sanchez
will ride Amorio. leading jockey
Alfredo Vasquez will do the boot booting
ing booting aboard Reynold. Julio Jime Jime-n&Jr.,
n&Jr., Jime-n&Jr., as usual, will guide his sis sister's
ter's sister's Vulcanizado, Hector Ruiz will
handle Lexden's reins and Virgilio
Castillo will pilot Bradomin.
Reynold, a highly rated Chilean Chilean-fcred
fcred Chilean-fcred fouryear-old, was a smashing
upset winner last Saturday in his
very first local start. In that race
the highly totited-Clobe Trotter was
a complete flop, paving the way
for Reynold's juicy payoff;
Amorio returned from a long lay layoff
off layoff last week and his performance
was not too bad. A little improve-
Juan Franco Tips
1 Maruja Gonzaga
2 Double Four G. Trotter
3 Regla Conquistador ;
4 Curaialena Avispa
5 Nacho Don Grau
6 Merry Mason V. River
JValley Star Lazy Brook
Rtscal Old Smuggler
a Tr Dnrla Real
10 Blakemere Ch. McCarthy
11 Joe rouemo
. MARGARITA LEAGUE
The standings remained prac practically
tically practically unchanged this week
with only a little change In the
won and lost column. The Elks
closed the gap pn the Police by
taking three points from fourth
place Powells, while the Cops
..ft. inKtniT three to the last
place Butler and Son.
The Navy burned up the al alleys
leys alleys bv rolling a 975 scratch
eame to take high single game
for this half and were good
enough in the next two games
to take three points from the
post Office. Juskowskl of the
Navy was high in Class Cwlth
a 588 series while Hogan of the
post Office took Class A honors
with a 550 series.
The Aces moved up to be one
of four teams tied for last place
bv taking two from Wright Bros.
't. i. nl 4-Via fmir dTl-
ker of Wright Bros, was high Jn
teUn- around that it Is his first
time taking this honor. We wl'l
have to check the records onj
See you next week.
post Office 8
Butler and Son 8
Wright Bros. ,....... 8
Fortner . 189 179 163
Cook .. 123 158' 201
Tully .... 140 138 126
Guest ..rf.lBfl-; 14
Martin . .. ; 1 168 170
But'i r ar.d Son
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Conover 170 191 173
Brooks , 141 -133 145
Stroop . 1'T 191 133
'Torotnrl cr "M'-147'
Sanders 1 111 145
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nent and he could be a profitable
Blakemere has been the runner runner-up
up runner-up to Begonia nd Persiflage in
his last two outings;;, fl'q should .be
a tough nut to, crack.
Vnirani7Hn, T.excen and Brado
min will be rank outsiders but any
of them could return a winner.
This race should be thriller from
start to finish. Ten other prospec prospective
tive prospective humdingers are included on
the card.,, , ...
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WINS Sverre Btenersen of
Norway poles along the Cor Cortina
tina Cortina D'Ampezo, Italy," track in
the '15-kilometer' eu. .s-rnuntry
rare. t.ht second lialf of the 0-
Iympic Nordic combined ski e-
vent. fitenersen aggregaiea s
points in the cross-country and
the jomping phase to win the
Nnrriip and eive Norwav its sec
ond gold medal of the 1956 win
ter games. .- v
Robinson ,..: 217 ,175 147
Rinehart: 177 17S 138
Kraka J.f. 181 138 i 49
Rudy 165" 174 '175
Bartram v. 170 189 157
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1 ''!' Towtlls
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145 139 212
167 147 117
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146 135 140
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HE'S NOT POPULAR -Lord Clayton tittlcbrook receives a
i royal going -oveV from- two opponents -during a four-man dwarf
i wrestlTng match at Paris Palais Des Sports, Sky Low;Low. left.
! kicking him and Major Tom Thumb appl.es a facial massage,
- Lord Clayton's partner was temporarily out of action at this time
Juan Franco Graded Entries
1st Race "1" h
iportcd 7 Fgs.
FIRST RACE OF
J. Jimenez 115x
V. Brown 105x
A. Ycaza 118
B. Baeza 97x
A. Valdlvia 115
R. Gomez 110
2 My Dear
6 Turf Lodge
9 D. Duchess
10 La Enea
G. Sanchez 115
R. Gamero 110
F. Godoy 105x
M. Hurley 113
2nd Rac "Sptcial" 6V2 Fgs.
3 G. Trotter
5 Double f our
6 Bou's Mate
8 Dawn Song
H. Ruiz 105
R. Gamero 112
B. Aguirre 110
G. Sanchez 115
B. Baeza 103x
A. Ycaza 112
J. Jimenez 109x
G. Duarte 107x
3rd Rac. "G' Nativti 4'i Fgi.
1 La Pampaninl B. Baeza lOOx
2 Regia G. Sanchez 115
3 Conquistador J. Padilla 106x
4 Asegurada A. Enrique 115
5 Papa Rorra A. Credidio 107x
6 Lady Dancer G. Montero 102x
4rh Rac "D-E" Native
2 Rina ROi v
4 Sh. Time
5 Don Jaime
6 Avispa ;
A. Vergara 119x
H. Ruiz 107
" R. Gomez 108
A. Creididio 103x
M. Guerrero 106
B. Aguirre 110
V. Brown lllx
, B. Baeza 97x
5tb Race "B-C' Native 6 i F91.
R. Gamero 104
" B. Baeza lOlx
4 Don Grau
A. Vasquez 118
G. Sanchez 117
A. Creididio 107x
6th Race Imported
FIRST RACE OF
A. Creididio 105x
9 "hit AjfalVrtt T Rnrlriffno? 11R
4 Valley River B. Baeza 109x
fv-Empire Magic K. Floreg 115
A Pin Warrrn n DutftA 1 1 Ov
4rJ J 1 1 v nciu Vt wutti vv iiua
'7 Y. Prince V. Castillo 115
439 8M. Mason G. Sanchez 118
7ih Rate "6"
Imported 7 Fgs.Purte $450.00 Pool Closet 4:05
SECOND RACE OF THE DOUBLE
1 1-X&ey SUr
B. Aguirre 115
C. Ruiz 112
A. Ycaza, 118
' H. RuiZ 115
1 3 Espagirico
14 Dev. Club
5 C. Prince V. Rodriguez llOx
6 La7y Brook V. Castillo 115
7 Reflector R. Gomez 115
8 Amat ' F. Godoy lllx
9 Dixiprlncess G. Sanchez 118
10 Oro Purito O. Vasquez 109x
8th Race "H-2
Imported 6 'j Fgt. Purse $400.00 Pool Closes 4:40
1 Vedctte A. Creididio 102x
2 Amin Dldi E. Ortega 105
3 Old Smuggler V, R'drig'z 115
4 White Apron B. Aguirre 113
5 Regal Bliss A. Valdlvia J18,
6 Single Slipper R. G6mez 108
7 uoronelino v H. Kuiz 110
1 8 Riscal
K. Flores 115
9th Race 'E" Imported
1 Clprodal ,G. Sanchez' 115
2 Fenix A. Ycaza 114
3 Tony A. Vasquez 118
4 M. Stuardo B. Aguirre 112
5 Onda Real H. Ruiz 110
6 Happy Abode R. Gomez 113
7 (Febrero II R. Gamero 113
8 (Mayflower J. Rodriguez 115
1 0th Race "D" Imported
1 Bradomin V. Castillo 118
2 Ch. McCarthy A. Ycaza 115
3 Lexden H. Ruiz 105
4 Blakemere B. Aguirre 118
5 Vulcanizado J Jimenez. llOx
6 Amorio G. Sanchez 118
7 Reynold A. Vasquez 115
llth Rate "F" Natives 6 Vi Fgi.Purte $275.00 Pool Closes. ...
1 College Girl F. Godoy 117x
2 .Arranquin A. Creididio 103x
3 Folletito A. Ycaza 111
4 Fuego B. Baeza 102x
5 Joe -- -V; Brown UOx
Purse $375.00 Pool CIosm 12:45
Rates good chance S-i
Nothing to indicate : 50-1
Returns from layoff 4-1
Figures on form 2-1
Should be close up 3-1
Could upset here 5-1
Returns; good shape 3-1
Early speed only 15-1
Returns from layoff 8-1
OF THE DOUBLE
Pool Cloiei 1:15
Improving steadily 4-1
Unknown quantity 30-1
Disappointment in debut EVEN
Has high rating 3-1
Has speed to spare 3-2
Will score soon 10-1
Makes first start 25-1
Still a bit green ;.' 30-1
Peel CIoim 1:45
Distance could help
Hard to beat here
.Jockey only handicap
Quits agauist .these (
Has good speed
- J)oesn't seem likely
-6'j Fgs.Pun $300.00 Pool Oosw 2:20
Racing to top form ;
Could go all the way
Early speed only V
Nothing to recommend
Barely won last 1
Dangerous contender '. :
- Will fight it out
Blazing early speed ..'
Purs $350.00 Pool Coaci 2:55
Could win again -. 4-1
Showing improvement 4-1
Hard to beat now 'EVEN
Will fight it out EVEN
Rates good chance : EVEN
Pool Closes 3:35
Nothing to indicate
. Mrinoir folroi nrA cav
Ran well in last" r
Could fool some here
ITacn't chMirn miinh
muii v diiuitu uiuv
Usually close up
- Should beat these
Post position helps
Better chance here
Ran well in .return
Tougher field here
Not in this bunch
i Juicy payoff in last,
Returns from layoff
Usually close up
Back in top form
Lacks finishing kick
Distance to liking
Nothing recently .:
Rates good chance
- Could squeeze through
Must improve more
Nothing to indicate
Hard to beat here
7 Fgi.Pune S550.00 Pool Cloiet 5:15
Ran well in return' 5-1
Could make the place 10-1
Should win again v 3-5
Has strong finish 5-1
Will set the pace 2-1
Returns from layoff 25-1
Rider won't help 3-1
Plenty early foot 3-1
Pune $600.00 Pool Closes 5:40
, Could be upsetter in-i
Gets stuff st te-t EVJ.N
Usually unpredictable 15-1
Long over due 2-1
Usually in the money 30-1
Depends on improvement 5-1
Could win aeain 3-1
Good earlv soeed 8-1
-Will fight it out 3-1
Hard to bent here 2 1
Could take it all 2 1
Rider only handicap 2 1
No matter what you 'bear in certain unenlightened circles,
umpires are just as welcome in Heaven as anybody else provid provided,
ed, provided, of course, they are good umpires and William George Evans
was one of the best,
Billy, everybody called him. For more than 20 years he
wore the sombre vestment's of baseball's Old Bailey, and though
he later yielded to the vanities of front-office grandeur, he re remained
mained remained an umpire at heart.
Last time 1 saw Billy was at one of the Florida race tracks,
two or three springs back: 1 By then he had retired. His com companion
panion companion was a large; jovial, red-faced Irishman Bill Dineen,
another old umpire.
The nature of the umpire's profession rather tends to a
monastic life and closely knit brotherhood. They shun the
players socially, but obviously they must meet some very hon honorable
orable honorable .people elsewhere, because they never get in trouble. In
fact, as long as baseball has been played, no umpire has every
been involved In a scandal.
This is a proud tradition that at once confers a special
distinction, and imposes a serious responsibility on every man
who walks onto the field, brooms the plate, glares at the ath athletes
letes athletes and majestically bellows: "Play Ball!"
One Qf the reasons Leo Durocher flopped in TV at least
with this department was his dreadful boorishness. His cracks
at umpires were not only monumentally unfunny, but coming
from him, of all people, contemptuous.
But let's get back to. Billy and see what gives with him
Up There. Just as I thought, the celestial cold-stove leaguers
(you surely don't need to be told where the hot-stove leaguers
are, do you?) are mobbing him. They want to hear some of
his baseball reminiscenses.
WORKED PERFECT GAME
Well, it's a good thing they aren't in a hurry, for Billy has
a million of them, and since he was exposed' to a higher edu education
cation education at Cornell and wrote sports during the off season, he
relates them with engaging literacy. t
If he should seem to hesitate, it probably Will be because
he isn't quite sure just where to start.
Billy umpired the first game Walter Johnson pitched in
the big leagues. s
' He umpired Charley Robertson's run," no hit, no man
reached first game the last perfect fame basebaJJ has seen.
lie was the man in blue the onlv an, tnn uhm Nan
Lajoie got eight hits (six on bunts) on the final day, trying to
beat Ty Cobb for the batting title. : r
(I used to lose weight just listening to Billy tell how he
ran from one side of the field to the other to make the call on
all those bunts.) ;..
- And, of course, Billy worked the 1919 World Series the one
the Black Sox sold out to the gamblers except that Billy re refused
fused refused to believe it. A thing like that couldn't happen in base baseball.
ball. baseball. It Just couldn't. Not if the ballplayers had had as much
class as Billy and the other umpires, It couldn't. But they
didn't and it did.
DAY AN UMPIRE CRIED
Billy also saw Johnson win his' first World series game. V
But this he saw from the press box, not the field. I mention
it here because I believe it meant more to him in an intimate,
Jjalf sen! than, any other experience he ever had in base-
This was In 1924, when Johnson, after two early failures,
came back t beat the Giants in the windup and rive Wash Wash-inffton
inffton Wash-inffton the championship. Cheers rocked Griffith Stadium and
elated fans all but overwhelmed the veteran pitcher
BXf wwds came from Billy. Only tears, big," fat, damp
ones that slittiered down his face and scurried I Inside bJs tio
I,as f le,arxJm ?f being 8een and jeered at. Johnson was al al-wals
wals al-wals ner B1Uy very favorlte Persons. Next to his family,
probably the most favorite of all.
OUT OF DOORS with V(X
Why Can't Any Dog Be a Hunter?
, By JOE STETSON
. Doo Editor
"I DON'T know what he comes
from; but he makes a swell squir squirrel
rel squirrel dog," aaid Don, describing the
little mongrel that took its place
at the fireside with his two pure
bred dogs.''-''. '.:.';;.'.'.; ; ;
With enthusiasm he was 'telling
a story that is repeated over and
over again in aogaom; we wKe
great pains to breed specialists for
certain jobs and they are usually
rh ones which Derform most sat
isfactorily, but every now and
then we find a dog doing a good
job at a vocation his breed fan fanciers
ciers fanciers never intended and cross
bred dogs fill, 'the, bill in many
nirl i-parlers will remember the
story of Rosie, the Airedale who
quartered industriously, pointed,
located cripples wun surprising
efficiency and retrieved to hand.
Th other dav I was reminded
oi it when someone asked where
to buy a beagle pup, but prefaced
the oiiestion withVWe use our
hnvpr n finch nheasants. but we'd
like to cet a eood hound for
Many a farm lad has done his
first shooting with the old farm
, the new meeting place
of the late crowd!
every FRIDAY mldnite
to 4:30 a.m.
No. 4:30 CLUB this SATURDAY
V Ax c ) oft
I ,1 ,,
Ray aho plays 10 2 a m.
..I, 6y; h,-'' nd thousands
i "le feist dogs with big hearts
um meir vanegatea jobs with
une ,01, my .Maine friends has
a sprmger. Yes -it's a silent trail
er, UI US DarKS treed nn ran.
Not a doe to listen in fnr onJ
9 w r w M 5WW
yui b icc or. 10 xear tnrougn the
pitch dark woods after with trm
hammer heart, but a pelt getter
seiaom surpassed. i ;
Every, now and then someone
comes' up with a pointing re retriever;'
triever;' retriever;' A few years ago I receiv
ed a series or pictures oi a Labrad Labrador
or Labrador definitely on point. Recently a
golden owner wanted to know if
the pointing instinct of his pointing
golden would be intensified by
breeding him to a bitch that point pointedif
edif pointedif he could find, one.
- y . : ,.;;-:-i'.."; -.. .';
True we" expecif to find cer certain
tain certain well-developed hunting char characteristics
acteristics characteristics in the breeds which
we have produced for certain
special -purposes, but don't be too
surprisod Jit the places where
you'll occasic-ally find talent.
j Above all,' "never "s'ay no when a
youngster asks you if his dog will
hunt. There is only one way to
find out take him out and try
t new "KING
plays for -your
TF!0 T.l ARRANQUE
(Nightcap on the house at
. 4:30 a.m.)
un., Tues, Wed.. Thurs.
Editor: CONRADO SARCEANT.
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Branch tropin winners of the eight-year-old boys 25-yard free
style in the 1955 Gamhoa Civic Council Swim Meet. First,
Henry Shirk; second, Jerry Wilson; third, Dick Ebon.
College Cage Scores
Muhlenberg 67, Temple 66.
Yale 81. Brown 53.
Princeton 74, Rutgers 40.
Holy Cross 97, Creighton 60.
Arniy 75, Albright' 71.
uuquesne 88, Quantico Marines 84.
Geneva 102. Westminster (Pa Rn
Drexel 59, West Chester f Pa ) 47!
Aings (ra.) 72, Bloomsburg 68. v
Syracuse 96, Cornell 84.
Fordham 82. Connectirat. 72.
Pitt 78, Carnegie Tech 76.
steuDenvuie (U.).80, Lemoyne (N,
Bcthanv (V.VA R8. Thiel .r
Akron 84, Juniata 78.
Colby 88, Vermont 62. r .
Fairleigh-Dickinson 83,, Pace (N.Y
Franklin-Marshall 76, Gettysburg
Kutztown (Pa.) 65, Trenton Tchrs
Mansfield (Pa.) 70, Lock Haven 66.
W. Va. Wesleyan 85, West Liberty
Yeshlva 512 Tnrnntn HI
Alderson-Broaddus 82, Davis-Elkins
Northeastern 67, Clark Mass. 64.
Providence 82, Rhode Island 80.
West Va. State 82, Salem (W. Va.)
Amherst 78, Springfield (Mass.) 59.
Panzer 80, Montclair 60,
Adelphi 93, Queens (N.Y.) 63.
Rider 110, Bloomfield 50. - -Cortland
(N.Y.) 93, Ithaca 77.
Williams 92, New York A. C, 89.
Hofstra 60, Hunter (N.Y.) -46.
Kentucky 81, Duke 76.
Penn State 70, Navy 65.
Richmond 66, Virginia Tech. 60,
Georgetown (D.C.) 84, St. Josephs
Memphis State 106, Murray (Ky.)
Miss State 89, Tampa 64.
Oklahoma City 81, New Orleans
Miss Southern 62, Louisiana Tech
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Jilt PANAMA AMERICAN AN INL'EFENDRNT DAILY NEWSPAPER
Sweep Will Give Sodaiiien
2-Game Lead Over Smokers
i By J. J. HARRISON JR.
. The Carta Vicja Yankees, already assured of
occupying the cellar of the Panama Pro League race,
will meet the front-running; Spur Cola team for the
last time this season in a twinbill at the Olympic
After tonight the Yankees have two more games
' left to play. They are scheduled to engage Chester Chesterfield
field Chesterfield tomorrow night in another bargain bill at the
Last right, the important game scheduled be between
tween between the Smokers and Sodamcn was called off be be-cause
cause be-cause of wet grounds. It has been re-scheduled for
3 p.m. Sunday prior to the annual all-star game.
Le Her Box
Mr. J. J. Hanson r.
The Panama American
As a staunch Spur-Cola (Gal-
gos) fan I submit this letter for
publication. I would appreciate
comments, pro or con. from oth
With the season coming to an
end, the $64 question around the
league is what is keeping spur
Cola on top In the standings,
and why Chesterfield hag not
walked away with the pennant.
On. paper Chesterfield is a
Class AAA club and spur Cola is
Class A, regardless of their two
The Sodamen could not have
got anywhere without Hector
Lopez, but as things are right
now, their other major leaguer,
vioerv uartce. iiabUltv to
The Yankees, who of late have Unke won his first game last the team because of his clown-
threatened to become the spoil- Saturday when he hurled five in?, inconsistency and lacka lacka-ers
ers lacka-ers for the two pennant con- and two-third innings against dalsikal manner,
tenders, will use Billy Harris the- Sodamen and gave up five: .The morale of the Sodamen Is
and Ronnie Unke against Vibert hits and two runs. He was re- t a low ebb whenever Clarke
Clarke and Jim Tugerson on the lieved in the sixth of the seven-' Pitches. The team undergoes
Yankee- manager Al Kubskl
said this morning he would
send Harris agafaist Clarke
.and Unke w'll oppose Tuger Tugerson.
son. Tugerson. The Sodamen have not
announced If Clarke will pitch
the first or second game,
i In Ms last outing Friday, Har Harris
ris Harris beat smokers, 5 to 2, on six
hits. The stocky righthander,
the Yanks' best pitcher, had
been named to go against the
Sodamen the previous night but
the game was rained out and
the Smokers, much to their cha-;
jrrin, inherited him the ; next
This time It Is the other way
around. Hair's was set to
start in the ralned-oiit Chesterfield-Carta
Vleja tilt sched scheduled
uled scheduled for last Tuesday, go to tonight
night tonight Harris -will face the So Sodamen.
damen. Sodamen. It should be interest interesting
ing interesting to see what happens in
this one. v
inning affair by Vic StmkaJ tension and cannot
The final score was
7 to 3.
Clarke was the starter 1 Mon
day in the game the Sodamen
lost to the Yankees, 3 to 2. The
lefty went only three Innings,
allowing six hits and two runs.
Tugerson was charged with his
Tugerson has not started a
game since Saturday when the
Yankees jumped on him for
seven hits and five runs. He
suffered his second setback a a-gainst
gainst a-gainst five triumphs. Since
then he has been used only in
In other news around the loon
manager KUbski ana a party
win leave lor a Santa Clara va
cation after the Caribbean se series,
ries, series, which begins here Feb. 10,
Others making the trip will
be Mrs. Kubskl and son Gil;
catcher and Mrs. Ray Dabek;
and pitchers Bobo Hlgglns and
lull support. Clarke has started
more than ten games and fin finished
ished finished less than half. He has won
only the high scoring contests
ana lost the close ones.
In relief he has been a Joke
Get wise or get lost Clarke. You
can redeem yourself for you
have the physical attributes to
be the key to a pennant for your
ciud in tne remaining games.
Atlantic Teenage League
Si. Louis Seeks
IICAA Tourney Titles
By JOHN GRIFFIN
NEW YORK, Feb. 3-OJP)-St.
Louis had to share the Mis Missouri
souri Missouri Valley Conference basket basketball
ball basketball championship last year, and
didn't get into th. M.C.A.A.
Tournament but this year the
Blulkens are out to run away
with both the title and the tour
- The B.US stretched their
perfect record In league play
to 5-0 last night by rallying
from a 13-polnt deficit to beat
That kept St. Louis several
lumps ahead of second-place
PANAMA PRO LEAGUE
Won Lost Pet. GB
,18 13 .3S1
17 14 ,51S 1
. 12 20 .375 61
TONIGHT'S GAMES -2- (Olympic Stadium)
Carta Vieja (Harris 4-4 and Unke 1-2)
, vs. ;
Spur Cola (Clarke 3-2 and Tugerson 5-3)
Game Time: 6 o'efock
LAST NIGHT'S RESULT (Olympic Stadium)
Chesterfield vs. Spur Cola
(Postponed, Wet Grounds)
PERFECT THRUST ; Former New York model. Bctte Ford makes a perfect thrust between
the bull's withers with her iword during a recent bullfight in Mexico City. Miss Ford is
scheduled to arrive today for her performance Sunday at La Macarena in competition with
Mexican boy matador Manolo Marquez.
Lesding Panama League
Batters And Pitchers
Player Team G AB H HR RBI Pet.
John Glenn, Spur Cola: . 31 127 46 2-- H .362
Gipp Dickens, Carta Vleja. 30 103 33 3 17 320
Winner Shanti, Carta Vieja. 31 1S3 39 .317
Hector Lopez, Spur Cola. . 31 117 37 H 31 .318
Herman Charles, Spur Cola. 31 112 35 4 24 J1J
Ellas Osorlo, Chesterfield, .27 91 28 4 10 M.
Clarence Moore, Spur Cola. 31 132 40 13 .303
Bill Queen, Chesterfield. . 31 106 32 4Y, 20 &0Z
Tony Bartirome, Carta Vicja. 30 120 36 I v 6 .300
Bill Stewart, Chesterfield, . 31 111 34 4 -' 19 .29
Leon Kcllman, Spur Cola . 31 108 32 8 17 .296
Pablo Bernard, Chesterfield. 31 129 36 13 .27t
Dan Porter, Carta Vleja. :.. 27 92 25 1 .273
(90 or more times at bat)
1 1 PITCHERS
Pitchrr Team G IP W L ER Pet.
Don Elston, Chestrcflcld. 10 58 4 2 22 .667
Jim Tugerson, Spur Cola. ,. 15 (9 5 3 22 .625
H. Robinson, Chesterfield.. . 16 82 6 4 23 .600
Bob Trice, Spur Coia. 12 74 6 4 22 .600
Vibert Clarke, Spur Cola. . 10 50 3 2 19 .600
(50 innings or more)
McGloin is adjusting himself
very well to the open spaces out
in center field while Hytinen Is
fast becoming the spark plug of
r n.nf hhlnH thi ni.u vZ Oklahoma A. and M. which has
ftd f J m a 2 nihyJ.n a 2-l mark. Last year the Bills
wm vf.Jfnn'nA'hht? tied Tulsa for the loop
will have one of the best receiv- ,
r. In the Inacrn. after Pt tX "."Z" "-8c uw uu.--,
Wednesday afternoon when they. more experience. , l T.S v
Motta defeated M.R.A. 6 to 3
scored five runs' in the fourtn
to overcome a 3-1 lead M.R.A.' jhe box score:
held at the end of the third.
G. Hytenin hit a triple Into m.r.a.
left field with the bases loaded, white 2b ........ 2 0
10 sian me nrewonss on m meiMarshall 3b 2 1
iounn. Mcuioin, mkas ceni,cr-.MCQi0in c(
fielder, got the only other extra 'oibson lb .....
base hit of the game, a double lCabanillos ss ....
Into left center to push across .gnder c
Ab R H Po
the second run of the frame.
Inter scoring on Gibson's single
to put his team ahead"3 to 0 go go-In?
In? go-In? into the last of the third.
Fields and Hytinen of Mottas
and McGloin and Hall of MJl.A.
are certainly playing a good
brand of ball for their first year
In Teen-age Baseball.
Wood rf ....
Mayo rf-lf ..
Phillips p ...
Louisville, ranked sixth na nationally,
tionally, nationally, had much less trouble
romping to a 93-64 victory over
Toledo. It was the Cardinals'
17th victory in 18 games and
their ninth straight.
Cincinnati, which competed in
the National Invitation last
year, greatly e n h a need its
chances of a return engagement
l next montn by beating st,
Fields started on the mound iFleMs p-2b ...... 3 1
for Mottas with Panchcz taking
over the duties when the young
pitcher showed signs of weaken weakening.
ing. weakening. Hair, tocina: the rubber for
M.R.A., did a fine job until the i
unn wnen ne ran into trouble
and had to be replaced by Phil Phillips;
lips; Phillips; ; -4
'Wow : Uncanto .35 20
Double in Cinemascope!
James Caenev in
LOVE ME OR LEAVE
Anne Baxter in -'BEDEVILLED"
Udo IDEAL 20 10
"King of the Texas Ranters"
Chaps. 3 b 4
"PASSKEY TO DANGER"
Cattle Kate k Daltons Gang
Hytinen c-ss 2
Sanchez ss-p 2
Bruce 3b-cf ...... 2
Weigle lb 2
Humphrey c ..... 1
Deaklns rf 1
HakansOn cf .... 0
Pabon 3b ........ 2
Camacho If ..... 1
Mason 2b-rf ..... 1
V John's, 93-78, at Madison Square
i Burlv blond Phil Wheeler poured
ia i n i t ,n 37 Pinw ana did brilliant re.
18 13 'bounding for the Bearcats, while1
MiltA Purent.l Rt Tnhn'. n.lthl
1 3 National champion San Fran
6 0 elsco, relentlessly dr'vlng to to-0
0 to-0 2 ward a nerfect season, trie for
10 its 42nd straight victorr to.'
7 0 night against Loyola (Calif.).
3 It And the only other perfect
0 0 record amon major colleges,
0 0 a 14-0 slate belonging to St.
0 0 Francis of Brooklyn, will be on
0 0 th line against Creifhton.
18 6 3 18 6 tures. U.C.L.A. risks its 4-0 P.C.C
' imark against Washington, while
Summary: Base on balls off: Utah risks Its 5-0 Skvline rernrd
Fields 2, Sanchez 3, Hall 9, Phil, against Colorado A. and M. i
litis 1. Struck out bv Fields 4 I : i
isancnez 3. Han 4, 2-base nits
McGloin.. 3-base hits: Hytinen.
Winning pitcher: Sanchez. Los.
Ing pitcher: Hall. Umpires:
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Score By Inn'i,,p
Vote For Your All-Stars
The annual pro League all-star game between local and
foreign players will be played at the Olympic Stadium Sun Sunday,
day, Sunday, Feb. 5 at 3 p.m,
Participants, who must play the first three Innings, will,
be chosen by the fans. Pitchers will be named by the man-'
agers who will also be selected by the fans.
Fill in the coupon shown below and place In urus lo located
cated located at entrances of the Olympic Stadium.
Let your troubles go up in smoke
WINNER Norwegian skier
Hallgelr Brenden ; shoots to toward
ward toward a spectacular victory in
winning the men's 15-kllome.
ter cross country Olympic
race at Cortina D'Ampezzo,
Italy. Brenden finished the
5.3-ml!e course In-4-mlmttef-39
second.? one of the fastest
15-kilometer times ever re recorded...
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WASHINGTON. Feb. 3 (UP)
Treasury Secretary Georje M,
'Humphrey said today there has
been "no significant loss in me
buying power of the dollar" dur during
ing during the three years of the Eisen Eisenhower
hower Eisenhower Administration.
Furthermore, he said, the Ad
ministration has halted a 14-year
intlationary trend that saw the
.value of the dollar decline from 100
icenU In 1939 to 42 cents In 1932.
HiimDhrevIs 'statements were
made to the joint congressional
committee which is studying Pres President
ident President Eisenhower's recent report to
Congress on the state of the na na-lion's
lion's na-lion's economy-
, Cnmm ttee Chairman raui n
linHIUlfe Vimu man u.
DOUglaS (U-Ul.t WaS expetieu IU
" 1 1 -. a 1U.1
hA Prpsident's estimates on the
Ration's personal income for this
. fj 1 :, riminloai
la. an earner iiemmn,
contended that" the estimate that
personal income in 1956 woo.10. rise
about JtO billion to $312.5 bil bil-Jion.
Jion. bil-Jion. assumed-"no growth In the
economy at all and even some dec
line." He alsol'jakl that if this fore fore-fcast
fcast fore-fcast were befna out "nearly five
million" persons will be out of
But Budget Director Rowland
R. Hughes, before the committee
at the time, defied the forecasts!
Were gloomy., He said the esti esti-maiP
maiP esti-maiP whirh foresee no change m
the level of corporate profits $43
billion must be conservative.
. Testimony made public yesterday
by a house appropriations sub sub-pommittee
pommittee sub-pommittee disclosed "that Humph Humphrey
rey Humphrey has warned Congress that gen general
eral general government spending will
continue to increase despite the
Administration's best economy ef-
iorts. ... .,
Humphrey said he hoped de defense
fense defense costs could be lowered ev eventually
entually eventually but that the cost of gov government
ernment government services generally will
."probably increase." ,
Humphrey f-aid that if you look looked
ed looked forward 20 years and envision envisioned
ed envisioned the big increase in population
and services required, "it is clear
ive will have to have more people,
nd we will have to increase our
expenditures in spite of11 the
efficiency we can put in.
CAMBRIDGE,' Mass., Feb. 3 3-(UP)
(UP) 3-(UP) The mysterious "Mr. X"
who offered a year ago to match
Massachusetts Institute of Tech Technology
nology Technology 1955 alumni contributions
'dollar for dollars" is Alfred P.
Sloan Jr., chairman of the board
of General Motors.
. vrr off'"' 't at an ali'mn' d'n-
ner last night said Sloan, of the
c : of '!).), n ad given $ji3,o)0.in
j'i"jp hp? on"'h"'H h"
ether alumni,- Total gifts reached
v" BUCKEYE TAXES
'.. COLUMBUS, O. (UP) Total
(axes paid by Ohioans for state
and local government are about
$1,445,000,000 a year, according to
Tax Commissioner Stanley J. Bow Bowers.
ers. Bowers. This figures out to about 50
cents day per person for the
ww MWliiWo qtavHliB
"ef fif people
J 41st xEAB
WASHINGTON, Feb., 3 (UP)
.. ., tu.on, t or. on.
rirtitr tiw rmpn
."with s atomic
bnmbs eadv to retaliate imme
l41m Ala Annlnct VtnmjilftnH nf
n pnflmv nUnr-klmr this cnun-
It also disclosed that inter
ceptors guarding A m e r lean
champion torn grower -iff 16
year-old Lamar Ratliff of Bald Bald-win,.
win,. Bald-win,. Miss. He harvested 304.38
bushels of corn from a single,
acre of land, first person in his history
tory history to achieve such a tre tremendous
mendous tremendous yield. His feat has
been likened to 'tracking the
sound barrier, running the four four--
- four-- minute, mile or conquering Mt.
Everest. He used an eight-year-old
mule to do IM culti--vating
and grew 25,850 stalks of
corn.": Farm Journal, Inc., pre presented
sented presented Lamar with $1000 for the
feat,-His father, Paul, also got
$1000 for coaching the young
4-H?er, Lamar above displays
two ears of his corn..'
. 3:45, 6:15
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AND STUNTS"' A; CinemaScope bhort!
know the truth and the
PANAMA, R, P., FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 3, 1956
Fighters Have A-Weapons
.cities soon will be armed1 with
Insiv.hm. n,,lea n?B!innri. fnr
lico ofrotncf lnrt(nr knmhnr.
The Air Force high command
said the danger to the Ameri American
can American civilian population of acci accidental
dental accidental nuclear explosions in
the air or on the ground Is "es "essentially
sentially "essentially non-existent.",
Discussing "the weapons car carried
ried carried in aircraft," Gen. Nathan
F. Twining told a let age con-,
Pference ot 1000 government mil
itary and civil aviation leaders
that ."Instant readiness means
The air chief of staff said "it
is only common sense that what,
ever weapons our afr force uses
must be readily available."
He said the air arm had been
in "the nuclear bomb business"
for more than 10 years and has
develooed safety features mak making
ing making the chance of accidental
detonations "so remote as to be
GRAND. RAPIDS, Mich, -r (UP)
Michigan some day will pass
Florida as the nation's No. 2 fruit
and vegetable, state and challenge
California for top position,' two
Michigan State University horticul horticultural
tural horticultural experts predict.
Ike's Specialist Seeks Whale's Heartbeat
LOS ANGELES, Feb. 3 (UP)
-President Eiscnnower's heart
specialist,' Dr. Paul Dudley White,
sailed yesterday on an expedition
to record the heartbeat of a giant
whale with the hope his studies
will help him to learn more about
the human heart. .
The famed Boston consultant
left aboard aircraft manufactur
er Donald W. Douglas' yacht, Do Dorado,
rado, Dorado, for Scammon Lagoon, .half
way down the lower tamornia
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xne expedition." sponsored oy,
Mai inn 1 2aio t a 1 ft Vnninlv lias
becn hailed as the greatest whal whaling
ing whaling saga since "Moby Dick."
"My goarls to make an electro
cardiogram of a gray whale In
its natural habitat." Dr. White
told well-wishers as the S3 foot
Dorado Prepared to leave from
Lbs Angeles harbor,-
WHALE HIDEOUT ; -
"We chose the shallow -waters
of Scammon, Lagoon because in
early February 'that becomes the
T HE) DAILY
country is tafe" Abraham. Lincoln.
"Handling and carrying ord ordnance
nance ordnance from bullets to A-bombs
...is not and will not be a maj major
or major problem" In safety, Twining
Twining spoke at a confer conference
ence conference called by the Air Force As Association
sociation Association to study noise, hazards,
traffic control and airport prob problems
lems problems In the jet age..
, Oen. ,Earle E. Patrldge, chief
of the Continental Air Defense
Command, revealed the plan to
In Pretoria Put
JOHANNESBURG, South Africa,
Feb, 3 (UP) Police put the So Soviet
viet Soviet consulate in the capital city
of Pretoria tinder guard after a
threatening phone call yesterday.
The government yesterday order ordered
ed ordered all Russian diplomats out of the
Officials said the call was made
to police, not to the consulate it itself.
self. itself. The government has given the
Russians until March 1 to close
their consulates in Pretoria and
Capetown, where the legislature
sits, and leave the country. t
haven for hundreds of female gray
whales who come south to calve.
It offers a rare opportunity- to
The 40-foot wha'es weight up to
50 torts and Dr. White a g r e e a
there was an element of risk in involved.
volved. involved. He explained that a special type
harpoon is fired into the whale
and copper wire runs back to a
seasled in which is contained a
telemeter which radios the sound
of the beat to the yacht where it
is recorded on an eiecirucaiuiu-
Dr. White said the purpose in
recording the heartbeat of t b e
largest mammal' in the world is
to chart the relationship, of size to
heartbeat intensity and speed.
"There is much about the hu human
man human heart action we do not under understand
stand understand and these studies may il illuminate
luminate illuminate points about variance in
heart sizes," he said.
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TO TAKE 10 DAYS
The expedition was expectel to
last eight to 10 days. Another
boat, .the Scripps Institute rese research
arch research craft TB441, is now in the
Arabs Will Refuse
To Have Big-Tvo
WASHINGTON, Feb. 3 -(UP)
Eieht Arab nations served not
ice today that they will refuse to
let the United States and Britain
dictate any settlement of their dis-J
pute with Israel. ;
The Arab stand was outlined to ;
Assistant secretary of State
George V. Allen by Lebanese Am Ambassador,
bassador, Ambassador, Dr. Victor' Khoury. The
envoy told newsmen he represent represented
ed represented seven Other Arab states-Egypt,
Jordan, Saudi Arabia, Iraq, Ye Yemen
men Yemen and Syria
Khoury, who-spent 30 minutes
with Allen, said he, referred parti particularly
cularly particularly to any Middle East deci decisions
sions decisions reached by President Eisen Eisenhower
hower Eisenhower and British Prime Minister
Sir Anthony Eden during their
three-day conference here.
In a communique at the end of
the conference, the President and
Eden accused Russia and her
satellites of increasing the "risk
of war" between the Arab states
and Israel by shipping arms to
Egypt. : :
To "miligate that, risk," they
Invited France to see w what could
be done to prevent aggression
either by the Arabs or Jews.
These, talks presumably will go
into the advisability of sending
United Nations forces into the
demilitarized buffer zones be between
tween between Israel and her-Arab, neighbors.-";-.--
:; t ;
Khoury said he did not voice
any objection to any specific point
in the Anglo-American plan. But
he added: ,-
"No discussion can bind us un unless
less unless we agree. . we believe that
any. policies, pursued in our area
which are not. accepted by us will'
not be a. factor' for stability in the
. He emphasized Ihe unily of all
Arab states "on the problem of 1
equip Interceptors that streak
through the American skies
with atomic weapons.
He said the time was "not far
off" when the planes would be
Voice Of La
BUENOS AIRES, Feb. 3 (UP) f Argentine nation and of the de-
A free La Prensa resumed its mocratic ideal and liberties
place today among the great new- which we have invariably defend defend-spapers
spapers defend-spapers of the world. ed,
Last night, editors and report-l
ers ended years of waiting and
weeks or preparation, printers
locked up the final page and edit editor
or editor and publisher Dr. Alberto
Gainza Paz had presses rolling on
the first edition of the newspaper
whose voice is resuming after
1,833 days of dictator-imposed silence.-.
In one of two editorials prepar prepared
ed prepared for the fiest edition of the news newspaper,
paper, newspaper, Gainza Paz declared:
"After more than five years of
forced silence we return to take
our place In journalism and re renew
new renew our labor in service to the
lagoon making preparations for
the arrival of the Dorado.
Dr. Carl Hubb of the Scripps
Institute of Oceanography at La
Jolla, Calif., left two days aeo
with the earlier party for the lago lagoon
on lagoon nearly 500 miles south of here.
Also accompanying the expedi
tion is James Jenks, a veteran
whaler who will direct the opera
tion of firing the harpoon with
crossbows into the whale.
Jenks accompanied Dr. White
on previous expeditions in 1952,
1953 and 1954 when he studied
whales off Alaska as well as south
ern California but never recorded
the heartbeat of the gray whale.
- Dr. White said he wanted to
make clear to "whaie lovers," if
there are any such persons, that
the whale suffers no serious in
jury from the harpooning and
The scientists run a greater risk
from the thrashing monster, he
CANBERRA, Australia, Feb. 3
(UP)-Government efforts to end
the 11-day-old dock strike broke
down today with no hint of a
settlement. Labor Minister Harold
Holt met for five hours with repre
sentatives of the overseas and
Australian shipowners, the Austra
Man Council of Trade Unions, and
the Waterside Workers Federa
tion, which called the walkout of
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naw rol I
LT. .COL. L. C. WOODS, U.S. Army Caribbean Special Services executive officer, (back,' mid mid-f?L
f?L mid-f?L d .LU RDert D- Henke, Fort Clayton Officers'- Club,. nod approval as. six of the 32
. Kf l 8lne sma11 "view before their first USARCARIB performance last
night. The "Belles' will be in USARCARIB for seven performances. t
' i (U.S. Army Photo)
Prensa Speaks Again; Presses Roll
Days Of Dictator-Imposed Silence
"The recapture of liberty and
the enjoyment of the essential
rights of man reoav the efforts
and sacrifices which are necessa
ry to put our country back on the
track to rehabilitation. ."
The story of the reborn La Pren Prensa
sa Prensa is one of loyalty and persist persistence.
ence. persistence. The voice of La Prensa was
silenced on a pretext on Jan. 25.
1951, by the regime of Dictator
Backers Accused Of
'Super Group' Hopes
WASHINGTON, Feb. 3 (UP) A
Democratic supporter of the school
aid mil today accused Negro back backers
ers backers of a proposed anti-seereeation
amendment of wanting Congress
to make Negroes "a super-group
aDove everyooay else.
Rep. Cleveland M. Bailey (W.
Va.) made the statement at a pub public
lic public hearing of the House Rules
Committee. He appeared as a wit-
ncss to urge the committee to clear
the bill for House debate
But Committee Chairman How Howard
ard Howard W. Smith (D-Va.) said South Southern
ern Southern states would not benefit from
the federal school-building pro program.
gram. program. He said Congress would bar
aid to 'school districts where pub public
lic public schools are segregated.
Smith noted that Rep, Adam
Clayton Powell (D-N.Y.) is plan planning
ning planning to offer such an amendment
on the floor and that it has the
announced support of House GOP
Leader Joseph W. Martin Jr.
Bailey said the Powell amend amendment
ment amendment may not even be offered.
Then, he launched Into a sharp
criticism of its sponsors. He said
the Supreme Court ruling against
segregated public schools gave
Negroes "equality" wrth other
"Now they want "iis to pick them
up as a super group above every everybody
body everybody else and write punitive legis legislation,
lation, legislation, into this bill." he asserted.
"The legislation has no business
in this bill."
1 r- fn
Juan D. Peron. The newspaper
was turned over to the Peron
dominated General Confederation
of Labor (CBT), and published by
a CGT- owned corporation called
EPASA starting Nov. 19, 1951.
In appearance, it resembled the
old La Prensa. In content, it was
When a revolution overturned 12
years of Peron dictatorship last
year, freedom returned to
A series of decrees By provi provisional
sional provisional President Pedro E. Aram Aram-buru
buru Aram-buru returned the newspaper to
its rightful owners, the family of
ur. uainza raz. 1
The famous editor,- who fled
first to neighboring Montevideo
and then to New York, came back
to Buenos Aires after nearly five
years of exile.
He finally entered the portals
of the" two buildings of La Prensa
last Dec. 21 and reclaimed the
newspaper founded by his grand
father 87 years ago.
La Prensa has been in the found
ing family for four generations,
including that of Dr. Gainza Paz's
sons, except for the five years
reron neid it by force
In that time, a tradition' has
grown up. Loyalties are fierce
Such a loyalty is that of sixty
three-year-old Juan Parina, who
etitMrf irAfl ihA laire rf OAnoAtiehln
9nrt tprrm, tn rp,J..rn .. fn h
job as office attendant and door
man for Dr. Gainza PaZ, He de
fied Peron and lived to serve La
Prensa once more. 1
it takes aoout l.uoo such men
and women to put out La Prensa.
They work in two buildings
14 blocks apart in the heart of
Buenos Aires. Executives, report
ers and the business' office are In
the main building on the Avenlda
de Mayo. Compositors and press
men and the rest of the mechan
ical staff are in the printing plant
at Chile and Azopardo streets.
The first day's press run was
uncertain but Gainza Paz prom promised
ised promised it would he enough to satisfy
all requests fori .copies..1 from
throughout the world.
The free La Prensa has a "new
look" with a changed front page
makeup. Instead of the traditional
classified advertisements it once
used, the front page now is de devoted
voted devoted to international, national
and local news.
The first issue runs 24 pages,
twice the normal expected under
IN COLOR AND
the daily newsprint quota of 33
Before 1951, La Prensa had a
circulation exceeding 400,000 daily
and half a million on Sundays. On
Jan, 1, 1935, a 60-page issue sold
746,569 copies for a record.
The EPASA-pubUshed La Pren.
sa circulation was reported at
zuu.oou to 220,000 daily just before
1. ... I. 1. ,.
the revolution which overthrew
feron last September. After that
it sank to 160,000 daily until- it
ceased publication when Aram
buru's decrees were issued.
To Poslal Increase
WASHINUTUTV eb. 3. (UP)
President Eisenhower's request for
a penny an ounce increase in first
class and air "mall rates ran into
strong opposition in Congress to today.
day. today. House Democratic ... Whip C a r I
Albert (Okla.) told United Press:
"I don't think there's a chance
of passing any such bill."
However, members, did not rule
out the possibility that Congress
will act on Mr. Elsenhower's other
requests for increases in postage
rates on newspapers, magazines
and third-Class mail.
' The president" asked Congress
yegterday to raise postage on first
class letters from 3 to 4 cents an
ounce and to boost airmail rates
from 6 to 7 cents an ounce.
These increases, rejected by
Congress in each of the past three
years; would account for 311 mil million
lion million dollars of the 405 million dol dollars
lars dollars in rate boosts proposed by by-Mr.
Mr. by-Mr. Eisenhower.
The President also recommend recommended
ed recommended a 77 million dollar annual in increase
crease increase in third-class mail and two
successive annual increases of 15
per cent in postage on newspapers
and magazines. The latter would
yield 17 million dollars the first
year. . v
,i Sen. AS. Mike Monroney (D.
Okla.), a member of the Senate
Post Office Committee, said that
a "readjustment in third class
'junk mail' rates might be help helpful.''
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