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Canal dents on .both Amerlan Affaits, Robert New- to drive to the Railroad
i uw have begn ptment Officer station to board al train.
Sfl er of the Vice After his talk at e Balboa
V e 0 tchard ixon PrNlden. Height Railroad Nation, Mr.
next hurd afternoon when M. be accomani- Nixon and his party will drive to
he returns atltrainfrom edon onltfleded tour ofthe the Hotel El Panana where they
a visit to the Atian Side. Paclifia by Mrs. feybold are staving duringtWr visit to
Arrangements have been made Thurad S I... the Ims.'-
for three 15-minute stops during She Gorg.s H,-I "
which Nixon will meet the pm- italand ents at8m.'M The day's acvlettotl the Zone
Ident of the Civc Councl and an drive to Palo Seco will be concluded a recep
will makelef tat lks. to visit proOariumi, arriving .ton to be tendered Vice Preos-
His train will leave Colon at here St I delt and __.. mg*on at the
3:30 p.m. and the first stop will G uovernor'sa Maon,,.at Balboa
be made at 3:40 at Gatun. The On t turn, they will driw Heights that ht by Governor
train will stop at Gamboa on Its to the Junmor College and and Mr. Seyb .
arrival there at 4:25, and ,agalnj ;hen to ',Paraleo School to
a the Balboa Heights Railroad school Installations
atatlon at 5:05 p.m. Iad i, th students
the isthmus, the Vice President at the Colege at 9,0 andA r P
of the day next Thursday in 11 P'aa wlt 20-minute COSTLY FIRE Ice-coated power
sight-seeing and meeting people visit at school. destruction after 14 business estea
in the Canal zone. Both are to he President and Mr ground at CarbondalePa Damage
make the trip to the Atlantic Nixon will meet nt 1and Mrs. w
Bide and will return on the ape- day will meo t A kt 11:45 Thurs-e n- gI
calrn lo by pae to France Field., IS N oel Fiel d A
SIn order that all Atlantic de'rom there they will drive CENTER MORIC ES,; N. Y.,
In order t hatve all AnprtlatY idtoe the Strangers C Ib in Colon for, Feb. t19 -(UP) -A yoamng Long he D o s
sc Noson thore, A..an doI-- e :oLof:' .eColon Free .the.ad bou.h for abo ,$20&Bo ther D oesn
sonos on he At l id a ng whie had slnce been
close in time for pupu to reach oef. ^, bei $15 ",000 wbrk as the 17th --
thefraroad before the IS c Flei~sh .mas r Van
trsjn arrival sod omp May j" ;., LONDON, Feb. 19 (UP) -- Fie]
te szo dn O r i. ean ar chtect HermanU m t
r '", rat 8
l tri. b^TA BeSpialwr
to Psaa to da o pe
_._setl, a.be aonal San Blas Indian missionary
He w i paneled on his Rev. Lonnie Igle as, of Allxandi.
Inspt i the Zone By will be quest speaker tomorrow
Gov. Be adoi Seldihi t the. Curundu Protestant
Chaplf. :illand, asag.t- Church's 11. a.m. worship serv-
ant state for-Inter- Ice.
t a -e Rev. Iglesias has been active
S' In conducting church services
T e .. ,V and establishing schools and Im-
Stev e Thieves ortant work in translating
a ,,,im. r___ hymns and gospels in Aligandi.
Get $ lines For He has studied widely in the
United States: at Wycliffe Lin-
S-ilfer dguitic Institute. Asbury College,
C Ro-I I"I .and the University of Dubuque,
ee es found guilty where he received his bachelor
.T...r e ae 7 .oC n of arts degree. In 1953 he was
f t wfew-"orkinsg awarded a& honorary Doctoe of
from a 5 ywerewrking- Laws d eg at Dubuque.
2In tie albo l' W th is an alternate
e Iy.tng s a. Deputy to the National Assem.
gMAtgi.tatc.R.C"ey rc ex- hbly.
pected toe out te ofines.. o ""
The. t' all employed 5
b th ^ -ii -, Rotary s 50th
0s7n am ..Beyes, cua- a o 2 _.
do- Colomban Yeas, G-YerIsMarked
r -leS 39 and Gabriel ar r
f te.d o S. By Panama Stamp
fIdilna twuied up in
were aught. A damp Issue commemorating
Tb lo Worth $1.10. the 50th anniversary of Rotary
.International -was announced
ii i yesterday bI Julio E. Cordoves.
W Ti retor elieral of the Panama
De`sr0 II '---The stamps will be pla-ed inI
p_ d_ Im d. Tulatlon nrt Wadnwav pnl I
Wat W "t nt Fire will consist of 1l, 21-cent and 6.-
Z h A, Colombia,
Fhi. l A general alarm
fre thi ma jor
purt at for more
. then *a I today and was
reprtd. of control at
Warehogies h 3 and 4 in the
port arem reported destroy-
ed. estimated at be.
tweg million pesos, 12
S to i -
F]rm l iaent to he 1
fight the In Call, Palml
Henri met Will
Lead i Group
iinue&'a M aonnport, .,
old furniite store, paying '&i
for it and ,two other oil pait
Mrs. Schiffelbiln, an amateur
painter, said she was struck bl
the beauty of the dirty ictre
On the advkie of restorer Alex
ander Lindemann, of Sayv iI le
she said, she asked Dr. Erik
Larsen. Manhattan art ex p e r I
and professor, for an opinion.
Larsen said he was "absolutely
convinced" the painting is the
work of Van Dyck.
He said the ,painting, which hbe
described as a "penitent Magda.
lene," may be one which was the
property of King William II of
Holland and was last recorded as
being shown in Manchester, Eng.
land. in 1850. He said the work
itself and the size fit the descrip.
tion of the painting, although it
would be Impossible to say posi.
tively that It is the same. .
He said he was especially
pleased that the painting h a d
been *oqnd by an appreciative
family of moderate means.
"It's like whining the sweep.
stakes," Larsen said.
Schiffelbian is a circulation de-
rartment supervisor for the news.
Mrs. Schiffelbian said her hus.-
band didn't belve this could hap-
pen to them.
"But I do," she said, 'because
"'s so beautifuL"
lines emphasize the stark
lishments burned to the
was estimated at $1,750,000.
is the only on of
're nf hi famlUy whI
" I *I 'I
Invasion Fleet unaiea, Hea
hilr Namena";t sir ad s
killer patrols searches a F t
Ufle stretch of the China l
today for a pew Communist .
Invasion fleet reported heading
for Taisha" Island, 120 *. mUes --- 0 -
north of Forma. '
The ministry of defense said About 126 cruise ssengerfl on the Trde Win
Nationalist planes lst eight raid more than they bargned for yesterday afternoon
ed the Communist-held IsI a nod,ow a n dea i tei
terday, and were.believed .to have when their ship ran aground in the ri ls
sunk a Communist vessel Pilots damagrod inee _wr Isp
were unable toidentify it in the The extent of damage to the 9,200 tross
dThe ke mmunis t fleetwil be determined this afternoon when te ship r
ported to have sailed from idber her own power, to Cristobal for a check-up.
port Fooow for Taba o te a g w "e
where NationaUat forces claimed the passengers was injured, however.
yesterday to have wiped out on According to the agent, Boyd Brothers, a radio m'
poinvasibly to have sa vesseubmlsage was received late yesterday afternoon that the cr*
rne. I,..e ..su hip ran aground in the San Bias Islands on on uncharl
The Air Force reported a sub. shoal.
marinee, possibly Russian, surface .
ed near the Communist-held is- The ship was being piloted by Capt. Frank D. Ha"
ad during the sea battle and chief to the Aids and Navigation Bureau who is consid, i
an expert on the islands.
The Air Force said the sub-
.marine was sunk but the mrin. Colon flyer Frank Scott this ngaM on Thuraday, *nd l
Istry of national nefeuse said U morning lew a representative trh SBan Hla# yar "l
would not issue a commaunque of the ship's owners, Capt. Alan She I astll.shed=`',s
em the submariae until ita Veater, over the ship. Veater at Ca ,Arta L
Ing was autheamticated. No flew down from Miami last night au-P i4 bea A Buboa
slick or wreckage was reported .. after hear .. of the ground g: iam .
Scott, Veater and the ship's a- At a the eztenta
Reports to Nationalist hea ad- nt ircled watching the 'rade t Ie S hiA p o
quarters said the Common I s t ind free herself at 7:1,I and i- eiS l .a m
Sive e Iars it o-s- z, -,-,, n-- -, -- 3 m tols r io ia iIs, uD uompany.pf ;h1Wr I
aon cell of a Warsaw ofr= .Nol's ae d a onfshor6 Is and IOPR
* Communist b to rampNel i d ba miles rth Mat- The Panama Canal Co. tug
Poland paid him $1,625 "r .aughF rike ved .be Taboga which had been bus- "t...
my convalescence" in Switzer- in a 8R04t lave lnt camp. Matsu and Quemoy are ie two money to the aid of the distress- I
r land. I .., r....ipi efshore Nationat bas. ed vessel, was about 10 miles a-
R He avoided a direct answer Aferr the Polish decision to re- es. r way from the grounded ship w s h L left-,.
. to whether his brother Noel, wTo lease him last year everyone in- The Communists were attempt, when she freed herself.
with his wife, Herta. have elect-, eluding Polish officials were so ing to reinforce Taishan from
, ed to stay in Red Hungary, was kind to me an they appeared which they could strike at Matsu This Is the second run here r n
a Communist. \ to be making amends," he said. or Nanchi. or the Trade Winds which op- 100 il li ll
"I am not in possession of te The Poles agreed to pay him Nationalist forces sm a h e d crates from Miami on a 13-day
facts," he replied. "I have never the indemnity for "five years of powerfully at the Red-held Island cruise. VI-NNA, F "e 1
known whether Noel was a Co my life" and for his convales- Itself after shattering the attempt She arrived in Balboa from VIENNA. Feb. 1 (U
F unist. I last saw Noel in 1 17 cence. rto reinforce it. They r tedporteohoalo- .
in Paris. Our way of life meant' 'heavy casualties" were fct- ed la night that
we have never seen much of each He plans to live with his wife's ed. states hand over
oth neverr."een parents inLondonuntil he can A ..trong Communist b se at A soldiers who short
The r44ear-old former Cwev, make a new home. Taishan would all ubut its ae through the Iron Curtain to
land Ohio, resident returned to He plans to return to the Nanchi, the Nationalists' north. I dom and then enlated
london Ohtrsa to rejoin his United states, he revealed, and Is atmot bastion after the evacua- U.S. Army.
wife and two sons afte a several preparing for publication some tJon ofthe Tachens. Ass ml.L The three are nStirad
|.ir- ^ ^h dn ai d he ibd ln prisoren. Reliable snrW rer twere uefmb,.^--, li omb.erade Msa asV
weeks convalescence n Switer writing did in prison. Na llte tw er two his broe
land. h-M YS USlyA ag-su ""y istr yea 23'.
u side during his entireimpdnowen.ct In ie
ment. He wore the same suit It is twee helul whet a titote
*which he had been arrested f-r f~dpI ",' York Tach,. ts were being evacuated sig dwat e
th five-yea d.r erld. s ot In New York ue.prtet y eguns sof.the a ndi trlls o 5f r
m Fth U. B. The Fleet. .. -on their tcald before an o3.
He wased at a super-secret h a Soon after 4awn yesterday Na. ed the safety of Weat S .S
Polish Communist Interrogatic elehonent BOth onai ,S patrols spotted th PARI pFeb 19 (UP)-The Na. o eventee o e 9 fns
center in a suburb of Warsaw VIw Communist f ret carrying rein.- Ional .Assembly rejected Caris- captured 1 the huLt.
He was not mistreated phscall W YORK, Feb. (UP) femeits from Pekuan Island a eau today as premier aid Three were aen d g.t
but "subjected to extreme p NE RKFebn to ain The planes pounced mediately denou nced in n a Prague tr
chologCcal teoA-I w fl oni assault In the'at once and bombers from For. rPen tr for France1 harg oe veFance
Field revealed the old Con wih e t l craft from the a- "toward catastrop e." mnist teir
uninst patterns of long periods mysterious shootingeof auman o and nav a ft f tea towrd o cr l e do
unst pattern of ing, sometimes "seven In a telephone booth lat night. rea closed in for the kill. other de wa.
Poiesof questioning, sometimes "seven Poi sa errsed The Red armada ls. made up A rising crescendo of editorial to life and remaining .
hours at a stretch" without sleep P Victor Montemorra, arrested o 14 landing craft and escorting criticism called the members of prisonterms rangg up '
He said that during his inter:- T a rm, am vessels. The Nationalists the assembly "demolishers" and .
roasho.he .fodad the principal man, and Thomas Curtiflaen said dA the landing craft were absurd" and demeanded..wreers Ain brothers and Pa t
t 1Zi comMunists had a- borer, in the shooting orn .oaded fully with troops. to end the condition that has left united in the U.S.n '
na SS w he work he 1id lod n th w as she stood In te first two hours the Na. France without a government fort ylast.ruary
Sd.Crac teDW. ,tn 1930 on be-1 eltephon booth of hotionaliss sank or damaged 1J 15 d ays. n orti Newe y
hlf of -Czeolak refuge e bar. a Immust ships, they reported. There even was doubt Fra ne b training.
f teo I I.. -'The Rfd brok e off ythcouldsey nd an official repr ee.na. .. amid that
from the German.Nass. .bPolice said the woman was bro e offthe enaL t ai RadIo Prague sidd that
shot by Montemorra after he in the day by Nationalist war- Bangkok which opens Wednesday ed to
kicked in the door and fired at hips to suffer further casualties. and the foreign office caretaker th ders th
S her po....... blank with a pistoL t a e homet today to decide what to doo. Th b ro ey
SPolice said both men denied the Although the vote against Social. The broadcSsts
Shooting and the woman refused aail M anU o st Pineau came we after mid the U.. government e
o- --talk.M st y 9 a n night Cotybegan calling the balky d to a siar C
Witnesses said the gunman party leaders on the carpet at evolving the three
ran tnrougn _ne hotel ooby aft- Elysee Palace and td.themr Septo 10, and cited aI
S er the shot, shouting, "Get, the M n pick the next candidate them- meant whereby the United
,oce. ju. l .ea ner." selves. The meetings began and Cichoslov aree
For EIig" W iO round 3 a.m. tually to extradite.4
Would-be Asiccncc sc The leaders agreed to meet at
.COuFld-eb.e Ass aussins, 2:-30 p.m. (8:30 a.m. EST) andil Th idth r hirry
Draw 'Banishment'o eF r Feb. 1o (UP report back to Coty on the ma T n atc er r y
Drw b shment heavy police were rush nes of any program on whieb A n i
Ii edto Hrlem subway station they could agree. Again Requires
From Nicaragua today on a false alarm report The right-wng newspaper L' Halt For Rp
FI .ro m Nicarag .-u that a hired gm anr. who has urore said the.deputieshadov.
sworn to kill anyone who gets in throw" Mendes-France, "tor.-
MANAGUA, Nicaragua, Feb. 19 his way, was on an incoming Adoed" Antoine Pasy, "liminst- Thatcher Fer"U1s
I UP) The Su reme Court to- train. ed with interest" Pierre PSi.ll ded t
S eight year" "baniahnet and an t de sctives who tried to ar-'said, "an idea whie h. a- the
a ditalional six months to five rest him .as a triggermnan In a root with singular vigor Ibs ap. After mbd -1
^-S^ years probatlo Cnha ge llEk tlllfg portunity for a new revia of the manl service
Ex-6en&. Emilia=ChAMero Pdiel the 126th St. 8 totla b* aL- B
and Abel Osilard and x-Dep. ho~e 6 sprawling Harlem saidU. The bR-wing combat "thi
BItaul Aina wi be held at ome offloess found a man answering absurd regime diseimera
nderrumined point on oe to l ig descriptin on the ubmits her to ridJtb a- a.
ust^ 0'si Atxali Opt during lbeil.'r the man definitely was brend and is pushla ng rw ard For
thetlnm. at$omput nm a s it two a pr t BaAhB S
tIeir tPI c a nhante iIUSMM A
load .ea-m "M ln.m a e -.. dwonreay
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IS YOUR FORUM THE READERS OWN COLUMN In many a city tonight, including
____YORFRM-TE____ OW- C UM the capital, there are jittery men Y
who thought they could play with
.lf I ithe mob once led by"'Scarface" B
SL Al Capone-and get away with it.
e O The men with the jitters include
judges. pellet magistrates, cob-.
t gressmen, influence peddlers and
S The Maill Box s an open forum for readers of The Panama Amoerve. even a man who dreams of one
SLartis are received gratefully and ore handled in a wholly confidential day being president of the U. S.
muster. .and has been so mentioned many
If you contribute a letter don't be impatient if it doesn't appear the times. Shaky too, are- the men
s" et.dy. Letters are published in the order received, vhom the mobs made into labor
.PaI try to keep the letters limited to one pag length. leaders by capturing some unions
:letity of letter writers is held in strictest confidence. and putting them in as "account
4hji newspaper ouumes no responsibility for statements as opinions executives :
.umeeaped in letters from readers. They all nave a dose of the
o- nerves because' an obscure little
ROUTINE WORK insurance agent by the name of
Si:Louis Saperstein is "singing" his
I: answer to Panamanian Truckdriver (and if he doesnIt heart out to a district attorney and
mind I'll lust abreviate it to P.T. from here on out because it a grand jury. Because Louis de.
looks lile long war' I should like to state first that if he dictmidedto spill there have beend Mdfia
drives his truck like he drives home an -argument he must be all dictents of some of the oid Moaa
over the road. From now on I may just pull over and wijt when crowd. namely George Scalise and
I see any P.C.C. equipment approaching. "Little Augie Cairano. Also in-
You se, this hassle began when I suggested that the Pan- dicted was little Sol Cilento, who
ama Canrtl Company was not being discriminatory when it down until last September was boss o1
graded the ten truckdriver iobs to locality rates of ay. On the the AFL's Liquor Distillery Rue
contrary (and I've rolled up a few miles in trucks myself) 1 trying and Wine Workers' Union,
thought it represented a penetrating insight by the job evaluators which, as I told you last year, be.
into the cab of those Mack trucks where the Texana recruited lived itself so well-muscled tLhA
during the war to drive them have been bouncing along on that itgetried police pushnto thast ithe inLoan
premium-for-dead-weight pay scale far too long. geles police into that city in an ef-
It is an honorable work but I don't think it rates with some- fort to make itself a coast-to-coast
thing like plumbing for complexity, and you'll remember that power. s
Einstein said he would be a plumber if he had it to do over again. hScalised itts an old Capone -man
But I digress.., .he joined with "Little Angie",
The question before the house was: Does the Company dis- lonal rights oer the eastern mob
cruninate against American citizens on the local rate rolls and lionad together they did quastern mob a
therefore make P T.'s future look bleak in spite of the bright new business running the old Building
day portended by the Remon-Eisenhower Treaty? Service Employees International
My answer is no and therefore no. Not so long as the Comi unionn until Georgie was ailed for A- OBInc. '
puny hires Panamanians who qualify themselves on the US. rate looting the treasury ad the union
roils. This brought us to the M.D.'s that P.T. admits are Pan- (eaned much of its house.
amanians and working in the Zone. So how does old P.T. answer When Scalise left the pen "Scar
that? face" was no longer around to look
Well, first he libels me by suggesting that I work in the Per- after him. But there was "Little
sonnel Division t nd then he says that Inhspite of the Panamanian Augie". There was the liquorun r
doctors orgas is still understaffed and the Gringo doctors at ion, among others. There was Ab-
Itavmond Clinic are more efficient anyway. Aside from being ner "Longie" Zwillman a genial Bts f"
the fuzziest non sequitur ever seen this side of Gaillard Out, that director of the national orime Syp-
comment points up a little plan and fancy discrimination goi0n 1-kate whose philanthropies were
on in P.T.'s own country, to-wit: refusal to license any additionamade possible by old bootlegging Be B0B RUARK d
foreign doctors in the Republic. millions and new ventures not in-
My prescription for P.T. is to stock up on those jiffy quick frequently based on his control of
one-day test series while the Gringo doctors are still hale and unions which terrorized even the o -
hearty over there because the Asem-blaya has definitely put them biggest of corporations.
In the clgar store Indian class. Aid I don't mean San Blas. The e was also Zwillman's It is, of course, a pity, a tragedy, 'hugi. New York has been strug- ii o t e i. Arms flashed outand
Well. we don't seem to be getting anywhere, but I hope it's friend Sol Cilento, chief of the that a 15-year-old boy, not a hood- ling under a wave of wanton kill- grabbed h i m, and somebody hit
been dreamy... for you too. I mean. I migbt say one more thing liquor union. Solly mixed in the1rem was shot to death in New Ings and attacks, of robberies and him on the head. When he came
about truck drivers. It's like I told the engineer on the Super best circles-judges. politicians alYork City the other day by a rook- vandalism for the past several to he was stone blind and stark
Chief: "Dad. the day you highball this thing on into second base union officials who thought him an le patrolman. But I think that the vEars, and especially in the last nbked, because they even took
at Wrigley Field I will give you credit for showing some initiative obliging little fellow always patrolman should not be censured, six months. There has been heavy his clothes. The attackers were
- until then let's say that your job is more or less routine." reay to do favors.Solly called but praised or alertness. pressure on the police to discour- never caught.
O.K. Amigo Zwillman "boss." There are rc- A childish piece of rowdyism got age the almost-unbelievable surge On of the finest movies I have
words of so me 50 long distance John Sterling 15, shot by Robert ,1 crime by young thrill seekers. ever seen will be released soon, a
PLANNING THE FUTURE hone calls and many meetings Surrey, 22, rookie cop and much- It is sad of course, that any documentary of juvenile dlinqun-
Sir:. between the two. For these I refer decorated veteran of the Korean young life 6e taken accidentally, cy and youthful terrorism, called
Inorderto akeplanfr: t rsf us t e eer-crusading" and truly.War Sterling and three other ut as the cop's superior, Lieuten. "Blackboard Jungle". This Is ic-
Inr d rt m a dpla nsJ o re as fitnow and of to of us o o t g and o E p r me tr y oia s a dha
who are living hr aae a being thuse d would like to be advised self-sacrificing investigators at te youngsters, who were, police said, ant Eli Lazarus of the Fifth Stroet ture in which the.wainton hbrutality
The truck drivers have been notified they are being replaced Zwillman extended a hel ping hal n couse nd ts pont-s t
olesale to keep from raising local rate wages. Is this the plan to all cbneerned It is his nature.' two little girls were sleeping. It seems to me we can use a while a majority of the young
forat all theo speak that are contemplated by this bg" admin It is also profitable Zwllman, a- The chpol ildren's mother ran to the few doze more Surreys in the thugs can be redeemed, there are
S ust like that He can break sto. He then fired tho scree warn- football, despite ir e the seners who dseonly't need symptin athyn
kee from laying clerks and clerk typists etc. occupying similar belled in 1951 by Sen. Kefauver as.. t s
_n_- I. Askew A Question ut ust lkethat So he made ing snots into the air. The boys And the other day I met a young don't need redemption, don't need
all ratersn these categories be tn major under- elp and therunnpoin ane. Surrey was bired ellow wneho hoys with th.ten sight a scop'nds bullet r the electric chair.
unions weLarensurance businessedcoming .ome with a g Sterlriend blinds h e been sto H people I think theyt ifthere are enough
Scut throa thod is not conducive to good relatnte a hunk of business at that. The accidet occurred near Pros- blind in the right eye. scene o the crim, or else theirpet
It Is not nor does it demonstrate the democrat way of life.rane agency called thrners of een raoffther ff heardthe dfor mug- walked a kelsong the sid general on centageain, and another innocent lies
Thi I feel sure was not what was intended by the treaty Harlew Insurne C mother screaming the house down. terrorizing decent folk for fun, favor of alertneis and a swift
Swill it help any and will certainly har..m many. Z6iyllman is irresistible. Suave He naurally tho ught of robbery I have written of the narrowepistol shot. All sympathy is, of
Please let the public know about the many ways to skin a and good nature, but Meany, you know, is mugging. squeak I ad with three leering courseextended to the parents of
e th thirresistible. He is a man of grea Surrey identified hmself as a young toughs all of whom were the dead boy to Surrey himself
-at so to speak that are contemplated by this bigadministra me by this crowd. Actual I fl fb
n. nflutur t some 4 t 50 cn make you ocean and ordered the youths big enough to layprofessionalut there are an awul lot of burly
n Askew A on ust ke at e canbre st Hethen firedthree warn- football despite their tender years. teers who don't ed sympathy,
--er via ,lJhgl BO3aS inve gah 1 WASHINGTON -(NEA)-Treas.A etice Oliver Wendel Holmes mother. Together, Mr. and Mrs.
S.(dto) t oj u ste N like that. So e measde y Secrets ary nto te air. HumThe boys n 1935, other day met a youertan eis reempwritteion, donther frst songed
'n insurenct brokerage firm And kept on running appearand Surrey firedet fellow who has just gottnds and then declared sight a second chane. Wha's'a tig fight on between pimply
y C ot 17 Whoop and 28 Emplded it the liquotwicel again anone of the bullets of his left eye back, after being brutes ne a cop's bullet n the
union's welfare insurance Swss capital 43 Western state r' e truck nd tle d young Sterling. blind formy estate I gve to the United association as representing some of
1 Meage 31 Wrinkled 44 Over i and A hunk of business at that. The cide t occurred near Pros- indin them con. States of America." s best customers, over elproposedir
AOn e- Mtate 8 P-tak n eoie t a iarnw d o any t Park in Brooklyn, which has This gent was clobberedlose that this remainder post packageschar is cer
M 4 ogie," rfces" parrs of been rather celebrated for mug- walked along the sidewalk on s ince Jan. 1, 1952, there innocent limits
it i subtrahend 48- track or e e one chance from Atlanta, Ga., e ment amounted to $263288.20 shipments between any of the 3400
er Pe ca 40 Locato i t and assaults by teen age ay home to his ea special t 'd frst class poin the st offie s have beenet.
A N ma Wbat turns the stomachs of Many
u 8W I NNPoorr ^APt OWaddecent labor leader likeo eAFLMnd os
I and o .w rttanat p resident, George Meany, is n th n ess, eedifying tat rpael a ie brps are
e ono actuaring survey wasunion. made of een. e on a. r.e Court building on Caitl n Joel T. Broyhl (R. Vai to b et
I- t 4 a--- ,n ,i -- s, fSod-andbt actua aisson had planned to attend the Oklad Hi, for an Oliver WendelW Hoas athese larger 1mts again apply to
frreth ta Chi A "erst' moan e rov e w e. homa ycty GridironAClub dinner Memorial Garden. That was fine hipments between fiost clat pot
ne hard-on welfare dollars wentto cancel out at as far as it went, but it didn't go offices
I-e.....e s-ce on coul av be. t ,-th e i last minutes "On on thote I'mhe For. far enough .- Curiously enough, NeDGA and
Sinto the crowd's pocket.
I'mindebtaed for exactly alf of what resolution. In one ong par Architects determined tat t there business hve
DorIn w a I Pd. In othr dO' a rd dedicated to hima he missed would cost $400,000 to buld a sult- been trying to g .
l ployerI were overpaying 5000 a tIs ribbing r twice Oliver Wendellarden. Lacking mes mother. Tog ether, Mr. and Mrs
th e New un nk tCrime Leave an empty, empty chair, Willishae written their first song
wt0o Aort2Qiwrveingoa nd.AeCommittee tor the following .as-.I ury Secretary Geosrgne M. Hum- 1935.p amr
Should have a&- aLr M U As a thg fengn
S'o I "--twi a mu at's the greatest feeling in I.ree. Buton this case they think
Such coverage twice as h the world- White House aide Charles E. WU- it' all right for the government to
and-- Isurance, md Ial care and other When the issue that he's drawn Uls, Jr., and his wife, the former be aIn competition with the private
drunk benefits .thiscmw d wasiping be Makes the public want to Elizabeth Firestone tire family industry Railway Express Agency
G moD Ith traylng every deceaeand dipping heiress have other claims to fame. i give the shippers cheer .
Isn. .,yawn..- ........Yet.b.eca.se.ghievey'he shpledsrsene4pdi-
S- into everytbdy's po Thatbthe greatest iee~ing i Young Mr. Willis s the assistant livery on parcels.
I..OW L .- Yet ey u spen the worl.- t the assistant to the President. Jst as curious, REA, which Is
Se uadrdas freely, they were wooed by many Voters always wpnt to gag Coov. Sherman Adams. He was a opposed to all parcel post deliver.
Cl and people in alu ercs, .e best When they hear an old windbag founder of the Citizens for EisM- lea, now thinks the Post Ofee De.
S restaurants and the swankiest pa Who thinks that be's another hower movement in 1952 and sine ptent is right in opposing larg-
.. ., a ces we call hotels MMilton Berle., coming to Wshington he has beener packae shpments bymail be-
AFL president George Meany When your popularity in charge of Republican patroage tween big etes.
says that he is declaring was on Mlean a big majority, iand pe-sonnel problems on White
t-his ghoushness. If a typewriterMister. that's thae.greatest fete. loue appointments.
is of any l in this fight, Mr. I g in the whole wide world. Mrs. Willis is the talented daug.
it.' ^^^ ^ -- i eany.at beast bawthi ame. When the late reme Coamt tf. of an eqnlly talented, mudicall |.- B
I saw it in the
F a .er v Ph
'* g-T'^ U.'
y PIIW PIASiOI ..
WASHIGT'TO U It was exactly tag about.. but 4b t u ,ain 4i
twen aag th high-don he' ive You own fo
powe *,bs relaons fFnsm- of mula for keeping young.
Carl Byo was hired by the big I s: cderae exercise. no
quiet dete mnatlb'of a young con- nonle dinner, d .y
gressman from Texarkana, Tex. to rk. Also be .p
ras_ legislation to Protect nde.-,d,.
The young congressman was "I don't diet particular e
W. Patman, and the legislation I've galneda found or tiio,"r sie
he passed, despite the carefully or. Green "then I'm careful t 1
ganized opposition, was the Pat- It.off 'I' kept my a
man-Robinson Act. Sen. Joe Robin- fo the last l
son of Arkansas, the other author a while II gttuirty yeo ,. O, -lb
ci that act, is dead now, butWright the limit. I p to 1 a0, vt I
Patman, a little older, though Just The senator wa a v
as determined, is getting ready to morning -- a two-ai-
launch another battle against me tgo fin-gthe nw erAid I itoa
'trip 'from the Uniyerrt b to
The House of Representatives is the CasitoL It takes h 11 n-
cuttin down on ts robes utes. Some people kid im boat
yearbut one probe whch Speitwakier 's ton save money Amtmeriy
Sam Rayburn is determined should he on of the wealthiest men in
Ao through is an investigation of the Senate, but he owns no car,
the current wave of mergers and and when he doesn't walk he takes
discrimination against small busl. "he streetcar e I b -
ness.. Congressman Patman will The exercise I hated to give
head tiat committee. ,, he says, "was wrestling.
tat's a great sport.".
SSENATE LAGS. The senator won't tell you this,
but the wrestling instructor at the
Orlrinally it was expected that YMCA tells about a man whom
the Senate would stage the big Green had knocked out In a wres-
monopoly probe. Now it doesn't ting bout. "Who wants to take on
look that way. Senator Green?" the instructor
Senator Langer, the North Dako- called out. "The senator wants
ta Republican who staged the sen- another wrestling partners."
national Dirw-Yates prole with no There were no takers.
money, has beE shunted aside by "How old wre you when you
'is own 'fellow Republicans. The gave upwrestling?", asked.
Democrats were willing to appoint "Eighty-five," replied the young
Langer as chairman of the new man from Rhode Island.
Monopoly Committee, but fellow-
Republican Wiley: of -Wisconsin R l ..
stepped in to block him. Wiley has riva eUu Iii
more seniority than Langer, and
Wiley insisted that he come first f.Vak fI&C.a
on the Monopoly Con mittee. I
That left Senator Ketauver Dem-
-crat, as the next man In line to
handle the monopoly investigationISKS
and jealous fellow Democrats are
wary about letting the long, lean NEW YORK, Feb .9 (UP)
Tennesse~an get into the limelight Eugene Yates said today private
with another probe. T"ey remem- utilities involved in the control.
ber the headlines he got when he ersial Dixon-Yates power proj-
invesUgattd crime. So, -though ect have no earnings guarantee
they were willing to let Langer, "at all" and must shoulder the
a Republican, head the Monopo- "major risks" Involved t h. e.
.y Committee, they were not wil- selves. a m.
ling to give the job to Kefauver. "There is a ceiling on rates
Instead, hard working, over- but no floor Yates said In a
worked Senator Kilgore of West statement designedto elaIaf
Virginia will probe monopoly. Basic misconceptions about the
But while the senators have been contract ".'
sparring for the position Congress- He said maximum return on In.
man Patman has already started vestment in the project will be
getting up investigative steam, "less than four per cent.
The Dixon Yates contract with
PATMAN DOESN'T LAG the Atomic Energy Commission
S. Is for power not against the
"They say we are entering a Tennessee Vlley Authority," he
new period of business expansion," 'said.
said Patman. "but what we are
'not told is that 'small business s Yates Is chairman of the South.
not sharing as it should in that ex ern Co., one of two holding-con.
pansion. Instead, giant corpora- anes participating in the bitter.
;On are becoming more pront-F eonteptedowerproject.
ab, whl e thale l amalId corpora- The Southern Co. and Middle
Uons are becoming. rss prPofitable, ioth Utilitits Inc., signed a con-
driing up, an usai0t 'v '- trct with the AE e" f to
"We eannoti$00t-b04ut00 'btma build a 107-mliod f eiW
eventual ruin to'fre6 ntehrrise If plant at West Mem t. Ar ..,to
all business becombiea prfvilgeds supply 6N.000 kilowatts to the
monopoly and opportunity for inde- Tennessee Valley Authority. The
pendent business disappears. It s power would replace an equal a
the, duty of Congress to help all mount which TVA will supply to
business, large and small. the AEC.
"We are not out to destroy big
business," says Patman, "but we .
must not let It destroy our way of nJr '
Among other things, Patman
plans a searching Inquiry into theIM f AKE I S
role that lobbying and large-scale A 1 v3,. ...wn.s ., _..
advertising play in fostering mo- i. ~ .o rod--h
nopoly.,o o n c.Hi i
"About $7,000,000,000 a year is ai, q% drs0i |
spent .on advertising in this coun. '- 0 .
try, mostly by big business," the' V. .V .A
Texan estimates. "This Is almost
equal to the cost of all the civilian I
functions of the government. Stag- l ) I \ t
gearing sums are also spent for lob- t i ,'
buying, here in Washington and at :d I
the grass-roots level, to protect the P4 r t* o//T or
'ilfish interests of monopolies. My a / |
committee Is not against advertis- .9 i 'M
ing, but we think the American '- --
people are entitled to know to what A 3yeavold wants to knW
cytent advertising and lobbying who .I supposed to prQvde the
cnntribute to the growth of mo- transportationo when she invite
nopoly." a boy to dance. He is. but if It
SENATE'6 CHAMPION Is a question of parents' driving
WRESTLER them to and from the dance,
and his can't but ers can, that
If you want to liveto be 100, take i& all right, too.
a tip from the oldest member of jParents have to get 10gether
the Senate, Theodore Francis and work out such arrange-
Green of Rhode Island. He doesn't means, sometimes.
TH PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT fAU.i titl _
--- .~ '' 1. ?
- AT**A -WVAR- .. .fl.P ii A AMERICAN AN IN
A I & M .
witdm oesf tWA mn#y teneIn theM Coeel Zo*, ad e teemums
eMies of Pene e ed Cobes, Repuboa f Pam=me, emxted o weleeme
o eal anies to a i and n o e gai med e ytemWs, iOd We etvIlba.I
.g*, INM endsl d ls ad M"09"
'As a pubas srwls o, tk Thie Psase" Ameisea MIst below, e t
SdesesIetlams.m msaes of bieaus al eo rshl as# et' sagul s ativlties,
Usdssare related rem n ie ft time. o i aetie boevi
mp eo i w woee, o awre listed wend. "Othel Chuires And
MHalie brws srte-1 e amnd hapllsa asked o Ifrom
the. Mows desk in writing by We ANo o the latest at amy
changes for thea comin Setudey's chM es page.
a-,* S. -m,,
ST. MARS CHURCH-Balboa
Sunday Masses: 70 8:00, 1000 and
12:00 am. '
Holy Day Masses: :55. 8:00, 11:55 a.m.
and p.10 p.m.
Confest ons: Saturday. 3:30 to 5:00
and 7:00 to 8:00 p.m. Thursday, before
First Friday: 7:00 to A 40 P,m.
Miraculous Meal Noven: 7:10 p.m.
Catechlsm las: after the 1:00 mass
High School Study Club 0:30 p.m. on
Sunday'Masses: 5:5. 7:30 & 9:30 a.m.
-Holy Day masses: 5AS aei. and 5:00
Confessions: Saturday 3:30 to 5:00 and
7:15. to 8:00 p.m. Thursday before First
Friday 7:00 p.m.
Sacred Heart Devotionk: 7:00 p.m. on
Catechism Class: 3:15 to 4:45 pam. on
OUR LADY OF FATIMA-Curunda
Sunday Mass at 8:00 a.m.
Holy Day Mass at 6:00 p.m.
Confessions: 6:00 to 6:45 pm.. on Sat-
Catechis Class: Saturday 8:30 to 10
Sunday Masses at 7:00 and 8:15 a.m.
.' Holy Day Mass at :00 p.m.
Weekday Masss: .. :00 a.m.
Confessions: Saturday 3:30 to 4:30 and
320 to 730.
Catechism Class: Sunday 3:00 to 4:00
Miraculous Medal Novena: 7:00 p.m.
Convert Instrictions: Thursday 7:00
ST. VINCENT'S-Panami City
Sunday Masses: 6:00 and 8:30 a.m.
Holy Day Masses. 830 and 5.00 p.m.
(It It falls on Saturday the Masses are
6:00 and 8:30 a.m.)
Confessions: Satur4ay 3:00 to 5:00 and
7:00 to 8:00 p.m. Thuisdays before First
Friday 7:30 p.m. '
Miracul"Os Medal .Novena and Sa-
tions of the Cross: Friday 7:00 p.m.
Catechism Class: After 8-30 mass on
Convert Class: 6:30 p.m. Tuesday and
Sunday Mass: 8:30 a.m.
Holy Day Mass: 6:00 ain. (It It falls
on Saturday-8:30 a.m.)
Catechism Class: 3:30 to 5:00 p.m. on
Confessions: 8:00 to 8:30 a.m. Sunday.
ST. JOHN BAPTIST D LA SALLE
Sunday Masses: 6:30 and :30 a.m.
Week Days Mass: 6:30 Mon., Thurs.,
Fri. and Sat. First Friday mass: 6:00 a.m.
Holy Day Masses: 6:00 a.m. to 6:00
Confessions: 3:30 to 4:30 and 7:00 to
8:00 p.m. on Saturday.
Miraculous Medal Novena: Friday 7:04
Catechism Class: 3:30 p.m. on Sunday.
Convert lass: Monday 7:3 p.m.
Sunday rMm; r +l ,'0 *
Maol5ba as. in '....
Thursday be3or0q6:day *30 p.m..
Catechism Clas: p.m. on Sunday.
Sacred Heart Noveds: 7:00 p.m. on
Convert Class: 6:30 p.m. on Thursday.
Sunday Masses: 7:00. 8:00 and 10:30
Holy Day Mases: 6:00, 8:00 a.m. and
Confessonrw Saturday 4:00 to 5:00 and
7:00 to 8:00 p.m. After Rosary each eve-
inraeulous Medel Novena: 3:00 and
5:00 p.m. on Monday.
Catechism Class: After 8:00 mass on
lrst Friday position all day Dur-
ing the School Year.*
First Saturday: Mass at :00 a.m.
HOLY FAMILY CHURCH-Marairta
Sunday Masses: 730 and 910 amn.
Holy Day Masses: 6:00 a.m. and 5:00
Confessions: 4:00 to SM0 and 1,0 to
8:00 p.m. Saturday.
Miraculous Medal Novena: 7:00 p.m.
on Monday. -
Teen-age Club: T.l5'p.m. en Wednes-
Catechism Class: 4:00 p.m. Thursday.
First Friday Devotions: 7:00 p.m.
Sunday Masses: 5:45 and 9:00 a.m.
Holy Day Masses: 5:45 and 8:00 a.m.
and 5.:45 p.m.
Confessions: Saturday 4"00 to 5:00 and
7:00 to 8:00 P.m.
Miraculous Medal Novena: Wednesday
6:15 and 7:00 p.m.
Sacred Heart Novena: Frld4y 7:15 p.m.
Sorrowful Mother: Sunday 7:15 p.m.
Convert Class: 7:1S p.m. on Monday
and Thursdays. ,
Catechism Class: 3100 to 40 p.m. AOn
OUR LADY OF GOOD COUNSEL
Sunday Manses 7:00 an So0 a.m.n
Holy Day Masses: :00 a.m. and 5:00
Confessions: 7 00 p.m. on Saturday.
Miraculous Medal Novena: 00 p.m.
Catechism Class: :3.0 p.m. on Sunday.
Sacret Heart Novena: 1:00 p.m. on
rilmn" Instruction: 4.0 la.m. Thur-
a y & Benedleti.os ao Sunday 41,
Sunday Masses: 7:30 and :00 a.m.
Holy Day Masses: 00 am. and 5.00
Confessions4: 30 1W 7:90 w Friday.
Miraculou Medal Novena: 7:1 pm.
on Tuesday. !
Catechism Clamss: 3 to 5*0 p.m. an
uT. v cm rgniv.. city
Holy ay Masses: 4: 0and d a:0
p.sa. .. "
Confesslon; 4:00 to 540 sd 700 *to
S:00 p.m. Saturday 6
Caehlesm Class I-aI ca. L aSonday.
Miraculous aw dal Novea: 7.40 p.m.
Scored 2 o1,ai7Td p.m. on
6 a oe a
94%-LE- -me som-
' Church of Christ
R BALBSA: t 01a, aboa oean.
Services Sundy 10o0 a-m-. U.110 Sm.n
Services uds n 010. a-M 11.0a
310o A AJO_ 1 No. am nh 8L
Sunday 4:30 L 610
L Mar esChara
Te e Vr A A. *UOS
Sunday Sehoo 9 ,l^a.a f
0. PALO CO
Cbhaei of Tbhe Ily Cefester
Ven. B. Shirljy, Archdacn
Every Monday 8- a.m. Ho Com-
Ra. 0. A. Osborne
*00 am. Holy Communion 2nd Sunday
90 a.m. Sunday SchooL
530 p.m. Evening Prayer: Snd and 4th
Monday 7:0 ps. Youth Moting.
Wednesday: <0 n.m. Girls' Friendly
Society D TAN
st. Jano' Churea i
I i D. A. Osbore al a
re. C A. Craxwen ,
ST. PAUL'S CHURCH
Ven. L B. Shrley
and The Rv. Ritz Reginald Atwl
CHRIST CHfUCB 114Er-asIA
Coln, a dorP.
T swa 13 rmn. Reeler
.00 a.m. Holy Communion.
:00 am. Choral Eucharist and Sermon.
10:80 a.m. Church School session.
730 p.m. Solemn Evensong and Sr-
6:00 aj. Holy Communion.
7:0 p.m. evening Prayer and Sermon
8o0 n.m. Adult Conflrmatio Clas
*00 p m. Prayer, Guild.
00 a.m. Children' Eucharist
10:00 am. Junior Confirmation Clas.
1 0 pn. Compline and Meditatio.
Wl'. A t" Tsm VIUWti
Silver Cit, CZ. ,
Rel'd. Arnold C. Waldoe,
l. GORGI'S CURCHM
s &Wd Arnold C.Waldok
t Chateplher's Church.
L ev. Claren Waye
Holy Communion .......... I= S.A
Schunday.Sool god. s
Banamv & to pM. a. A 1 4t sub.
arpre-affi Some a4da
Womt Aauxiliay. ad & th fSt ay
a(0 pem.dea e
Weely Swrvcm.tn all Church
Sabbath School 9 am Divine ser-
lee, 1100 a.m. Youth's MeetIng 4:0 p.m.
SUNDAY: Bible Lecture. 71p nm.
WMPNESDAY: B* Study and Prayr
Service, 710 p.
Pacifle SIde-PanamA & Balboa
71. PanamA No. Jamaca Se
" S" a NX&s. Chmril o,a th V.2
Pueblo Nuevo. 2-A St betweerd and
O.rioA a S 2.tb
md i, Calle Dari^ N Na 3L i
loth L A IBliva rAve.
DIlet astor A. A. Gsdy
D111Ct Rr-l Ac A. U 11BD
& L 6o1 t '
o.hip ............... u:
S day School4 Building No. 154) 9*0
worship p ............... lo:1
Sunday School (Building 7111.,. 9.:3
orni Worhip ................. 10:45
V Woship ...........:::::30 p.m.
Mort Wohip'.............. .. *:u
A1BROOK AIR FORCE BASE
Sunday School ............... 9:30
orni Worship ......... 10:45
Youth oup ......... :30 and 9:00
Sunday Sool Building No. I1) :30
Morning A Worh .............. 11:00
Ip th H *qUaBRS CHAPEL
Sunday ..................... 9.00
Holy Communion (pscopal) Sunday
7:30 Divine Worship (Holy) qommu.
nion on the first Sunday in the
DailyMass ................... 7:30
Sunday Mass..............7:30 & 9:00
Dally Mass ..................... 7:15
Sunday Mass..............9:00 & 7.15
Sunday Mass ................... 10:30
Daily ........... ....,....... :30
Saturday Mass ..................8:00
Sunday............... 7:00 and 9:00
ALBROOK AIR FORCE BASE
Daily Mass................... 6 :00
Saturday Mas.................... 7 .:00
Sunday Masses ..........7. 7:45 11:45
U.S. NAVAL STATION, RODMAN
Sunday Mass ................. 10:00
ALBROOK AIR FORCE BASE
Saturday ........... ..... 4 p.m.
Tuesday ...................... 7 p.m.
Morln aWoshi.............1..1.. :00
FORT G UaCK
Sunday School .................. 9:30
Morning Worship ............... 11:00
COCO SOLO NAVMWAL STATION
Sunday School .................. 9:30
Morning Worship ..............11:00
Church Time Nursery ....:..... 10:30
Sunday MaM.............. 9:30 & 10:45
FORT SULICK 1:
Sunday Mass ................... 11:00
COCO SOLO NAVAL STATION
Daily Mass ..................... 7:00
Sunday Mass .................. 3:00
Sunday Mass .....,........d... 7:30
aIt. Re. R. Heber Goodea. S.TJ.
Very aRev. chardMacDonald
ANCUo, C.. !
THE CATHEDRAL OF St. LUtK
Holy CAmmunlon ......... 1:30 asJ
Church School and Adult
Bible Class ............... s0 m.
Morning Prayer and Sermon 10:45 a.m.
First Sunday of the MapOi
Holy Communion and Sar-
m .................... 10:45 a.m.
vang Prayr and Sermon 7:00 na.
WEDNFSAYS and Holy Days
Holy Communion .......... I8: 0a'n.0
CHURCH OF OUR SAVIOUR
Third Street, New Criatobal
The Rev. Milton A. Cookson. Pastor
Holy Communion ......... 7:30 a.m.
Church School ........... 9:30 a.m.
Bible Class Morning Prayer
and Sermon .............. 11:00 a.m.
(First Sunday. Holy Communion)
Holy Communion ......... 8:30 a.m.
Choir Rehearsal .......... 7:30 p.m.
A House of Prayer for all people.
Church of StL Andrew
The Rev. William W. Baldwin
Family Prayor and Church School.
Morning Praye and Sermon U asa.
(H.C. first Sunday In Month).
Evening Prayer. 7;30 p.m.
Weekday Prayer, 8:00 amn.
Van. Shirley, Archdeacon
8:00 a.tA. Very Friay Morning ray-
(S.C. Lt.. I 1day..)
St. Simon's Church
The Rev. John Spear, Priest in Charge.
Morning Prayer, 1st and Sr.
Sunday ............ ....... 10:30 a.m.
Holy Communion and Ser-
mon, 2nd and 4th Sundays .. 10:30 a.m.
Sunday School ........... 3:00 p.m.
Youth Fellowship ......... 5:00 p.m
Evening Prayer ........... 7:00 p.m.
Girls' Friendly Society ... 600 p.m.
Evenin Prayer and Sermon 7:00 p.m.
Holy Communion ......... 5:45 a.m.
Woman's Auxlliary. 2nd and
4th Thursdays .............. 7:30 p.m.
S Sti Peter's Church
The Rev. John Spear, Priest in Charge.
Choral Eucharist and Sermon 7:00 a.m.
Morning Prayer and Church School
Children's EucharIst, 3rd Sundays 10
Holy Baptism 5:00 p.m.
Evensong and Sermon 7:30 p.m.
Holy Communion 7:00 a.m.
Holy Communion 7:00 a.m.
CHURCH OF TH NAZARENE
/ Minitt W. A. Jordan
Box 58, Ancon. C.Z. Balboa 2602
Sunday School :........... :45 a.m.
Morning Worhip ........ 10:30 a.m.
Youth Service ............ :45 p.m
Evening Service .......... 7:30 p.m.
N.F.M. Service. ........ 7:00 po.m
Prayer Meeting. Wed. .7:30 p.m.
NATIONAL BAPTIST CHURBC
Panam R.P., 23rd Street East
Bev. S. N. Brown, Mintaister
Divine Worshl ........... 9:30 .m.
Sunday Schoof............ 3:00 p.m.
Divine Worship ........... 7:30 p.m.
Meo AnJI M.U.. Sunday o at
MUeetlga Thurda and- _un t7y.,w-
7:30 pm. .- Wfalmirnuial. s0 Balboa
0F LAT SAU ts (MoemCN t"
Sunday meetings In the JWB-_jSO, La
Boca Road. Balboa. Primary and Priest-
hood 8:30 a.m. Meeting; Sunday School,
9:25 a.m.; Sacrament Meeting, 10:30 a.m.
For address w ht er e Atlantic Branch
services will be held. call Crist6bal 2897
r Coco Solo 324. Priesthood 9 an. Sun-
day School 10, Sacrament 11.
Rev. Paul Holloway. Pastor
Office, Curundu 5105
Home, Curundu 7116
'Sunday School ................ 9:45
Morning Worship ........... 11 a.m.
Youth Meeting .............. 6 .m.
Evening Worship .... ..... 7 p.m.
OLD CATOIC CHUNR N
11 St. Rphael The AreHagal
3haSt. West N 1 I
Holy Eucharist Sunday at 1:0 0em
Tuedays.. Wednesday and Thuredaye
i60 a.. in
Sacrament 0 Onetla (Reooing ser-
vice) First Sunday of eacb month as
7 D3 ^n..
Mone wasbeth Cmtetlati Chwec
St. Rev. a O sbbam
Morning devotlor. ai ........ 640 am.
rallohp Worsh at ....... :00 a.m.
&ismday School at ........... :10 p.m.
Divine Service at ........... 1 P:.0
ny ..BAI l C .T. 8 p
Informal Tas, DisLusl
Thurlsdays...............3. 0 ps m
Cobs, sth a r Streaets
Study Classes.,...Thursdaye, 110 p.m.
BIrim MISSION CHURCHUB I
Neo. Waldabe H. Stewart, Paster
Red Tank, CZ-Sundays. 11 &A divine
wm. orship; serV p.
a usef RP. t and StO..
,a, Sundmas p.m, Bible school
ednesdamS ibsm r .adng
Paraim CZ-4Sunday, I pVJ1. 6u
School at ae iynnasum.
THE CHURCH OF GOD
SRev. G, W. Granda .
7l3S Callus Colm
Morning Worship ........... 9:30 am.
Sunday School ..............10:30 a.m.
evening Worship ................. 7:1
Cea. *" sa Mulam Armeem Is
Rev. WaL J. Jhna*. Paester-
oui'day School ...........9... aa.
tnngWorti p ..........1010 .m.
I.TangelstIo Service ......... 10 P.m.
Mrs. Made Bhse, Pastr
undy Schoo..-...... ...;...10 0 a.m.
morning WorAhp .........11:00 a.m.
vuig Worship ................. 0
Hsdquarte. Panam. BI- .P
itatrons: Panaai Col... Cherr.llo. a
Ministers: James C. Brewter, S. C
U. Jarvls. .1. A. Trmman.
ervees. are bald every Sunday .
l., .1230 pm.. 7:15 p.m. a |
sunday Schools an allo'wM
C4an. 4th sot. 1 pL., 4 6: p.m,-
.oala.. 3tj., 54:30 4.p.
Ia pim, 4"JI L ChOwen,
i4 30 pIn.
SLt evre t aI,. 1W MAL Pa.
O. Id, 3 p.m3., 1 p.m.
to Bca own t Ab^ XBJB
Intereted oern s on the Atlantic aide
may call Cr d 4 or writ to
COCOU BASAt CHUa=c
;I11 Mru.a ReBad
jam &L Warrmn. astor
Sunday.. c--g *,.-.. :45 alm
Mornuisg Wosnip *......... :4 an
Training Union ......a.,**** p-
Eve'mg Wortup ............ 730 p.m
W.M.U. ..2nd & 4th pMontay 7:u p.m.
BroMterhoo .:........Mon day 00 o.m.
oUtticers and Teacht
Meeting .......... Wenesy 530 p9n
Prayer evlce ... WednesaO y : p.m.
C.A and A Meting Sal. 6.1u pn.m.
Sunbeams ..........bawaray 320 pm
rawSt BArrTIS C3UsC
SBalboa HeIbts, C. Z.
*627 Ancomp Bouievard
Drawer -B" "Qalboa Helgt
Phone SaPIoe 1727
William H. Leeby, Pastor
S Uunda, oouol.............1.30 ajs .
Morning Worship ......... 10:46 a.m
Baptist Trainan UnlUa .... 4Ox0 pM
Evangelistic SArvzes ........
P r a y a r Meeting Wednes-
days. *.** ***. ....
W .M.S. Bible Study I
Men's Brotherhood (Last
Monday in month) ........
ATLANTIC BArTIST CHDuCB
BoUvat Ave. at I=b Street
Cristobal. Canal Zone
Rev. Wm. J. Johnson. Pastor.
Sunday Schoo; ................01
Morning Worship .......... 1
S aptstrinIn Union ........
Wednesday vPrayer Serve .....
S ono-Deonomlnastmal wausllbls
15 de Febre-o
6:00 SunY ."
7:30 Salvauea U +
tLA BOCA. C. Z
Sr. Cant. Agatha WllaM
Building No. 100 -
9.30 Sunday SchooL
11:00 Hollnm MKti l.
6:00 Young. People's L0lS.
.7:30 Salvation MeTg.
ED TANK. C. Z.
-voy. a and M sC l. Male
Building No. 522X
0:30 Sunday SchoOL
11:00 Hollne8 Meet
3:00 YoUn P a 'Leom.
the AMande Sie
av COLON CENTRAL HAIL
senior Captain and Mr. C. Moonaawiy
m major Edai Blngbaip
8i&D S ****T** 1 ALL
EvBntug WondCrr ...,........,.
envoy Jomh Gbll
aSt. Kitta & J'? nuic 8ab
10:45 HolineNs meeting.
3:00 Sunday SchoolA .
6 00 Young People' L a
T:30 Salvation Meeting.l
where ao Preteitafb e= to th
wnity in esetalts, Ub to nea o-
essetials and on a things
New MCrlSa 2 7 I
T d Sw tret,
9:30 *MJM. S nda 8hoalf0ra aw
10:45 am. Wowp Service and Churc-
S0. s Breade st on
o Christian madeamv.
The Pal Oade. Pastor.
5' hunale 3405c .
1:45 Weip aemeand Chr--~e
9:30 Ch as r s se _
The Re. AlaatRo H. Shaw. Pastor
alboa a Pablo St
: church-t y aat r id
310 Junlee' a-Hfh Fagwip.. .
hur. e6Mr Gde ay -d
640ant p -ta.
DKMDJNT DALTu NEWSPAPER
By OSWALD JACO1Y
Written for NEA Service
Slot m ASt
QJ 10 7 4
2a9 Pas 3 9 Pass
was lucky to find any play at al
It was quite right f1,r South t
a positive response to the opening
two bid, but this wasn't tte right
time to use the Black d Con
mention. The trouble was that
South, didn't know whether to bid
five or six evhn after he found out
how many aces his partner had.
After Northos raise to three
hearts, South should have made
hearts, and South could then bid
the other mlnor suit as a further
If North had the makings of a
tlam he would show a Sign ofn
life after South had made these
two slam tries. With the actual
hand North would bid a stolid five
hearts, and South would abandon
the idea of bidding a slam.
When the hand was actually
Ialyed, West opened the king of
diamonds against the contract of
six hearts. South won with the
ace of diamonds and immediately
returned his low diamond toward
dum m y's jack. n ...
West took the queen of dia&
monds, of course, and had to pick
his next lead very carefully. It's
easy to choose the right return
when, you can see all the cards,
but it wasn't easy in actual play.
Clagett Bowie, well-known Balti-
more expert, worked out the right
shift when he actually held the
"'If this hand can be beaten,"
said Bowie to himself, "my part-
ner must have one of the black
aces, and It's up to me to lead
that suit before declarer's single-
ton 6oe* off on the jack of di-
"'South has only two diamonds
and either six or seven hearts,
hence at least four black cards.
If South has a singleton club and
three spades, he doesn't have any-
thing close to a two bid. But if
South has a singleton spade and
three or four top clubs, he could
have something close to his bids."
Having worked it out, Bowie led
the king o0 spades and defeated the
slam. If he had led any other suit,
South would have discarded his
spade on dummy's jack of dia-
monds and would thus have made
the vulnerable slam.
DETROIT, Feb. 19 (UP) -Car
and truck production might jumo
above the 200,000-unit-per-w e e k
mark for the first time In histo-
ry during March by hitting 'a pro-
duciton rate of one vehicle every
two seconds, 24 hours a day
Ward's Automotive Reports said
Ward's said automobile produc-
tion was at virtual capacity, with
174,954 vehicles being turnedout
this week. That shattered the all.
time weekly record of 168,059
cars, set just last week.
Car and truck production total-
ed 190.010 units, just short of the,
all-time mark of 196,348 set in
EMDEMEM LU'?NEAN CRBDUl
The Church ef the Lutheran Near
Theo ev. Herbert T. erathal. Pag~
830 Balboa Roed. BlLbee.
phone Balboa 251.'
Sunday School and Junior and A4 ,
Bible Classes at 9:00 a.m.; Warship Sewr
ice. 10:15 a.m. Regular covered diah sup
per the second Sunday of ecEh month
at the Lutheran Service Center at :3
p.m. Holy Communion the it Sunday
of each month, with a pre-conumujl
devotion and reolstration the iday
previous at I p.m
eplar se rvles an' S a
eaery Sunday at 2*15pm. the a
nrta nasin, conducted b the R.
T. Bmthal of Balboa. Holy Cor.
Minon the first Sunday of each amnibn1
L nr f ii ~ ~ i
LIGHT MACHINE GUN emplacement caught the eye of four top-ranking Latin-Ameriael Oflh.'A
cers this week at the 33d Infantry-sponsored infantry-tank team demonstration. DiscuISt'
the position with Maj. James E. Stacy, right, 1st battalion CO, are (left to right): Col. Fra-
cisco Boza, Nicaragua; Lt. Col. Victor Manuel Gamboa, Venezuela; Col. Fulgencio Seyilla~ )l-.,
caragua; and Lt. Col. JeJsus Cardona, Guatemala. ..
(U.S.- Army photo by Pie. aUrl 0. Topham)
Danar Ta NhcmrvA
Uhvl iV w JVI TIV
Tomorrow rill mark the annual
observance of the organization
of the Episcopal Woman's Auxi-
liary. It will also be the observ-
ance of the first weddin anni-
versary of the Rev. and Mrs.
Clarencp. W. Hayes of St. Chris-
topher Mission, Rio Abajo.
1. qelbrant and preacher at the
sung E.gqharist will be the Bish-
o Heb1Jer Godden assisted by
te Rev., Alfred Wade from St.
Mary's Mission, Siquirres, Costa
Rica and the Rev. Clarence A.
Cragwell, assistant to Fr. Hayes.
Following the service, the con-
gregation will be the guests of
Fr. Hayes at a "Coffee Hour."
Another special service will be
conducted at 6:30 p.m: At, this
seryifc, the Rev. Henry J. Clu-
ver, field director of the Amer-
icanl Red Cross, stationed at Ft.
ClayOdn, will be the special
preacher. Fr;. ayes will officiate
at this service.
Ashh: W- aasy: 8a.m. Low
Mass and imposition of ashes. 7
p.m. Penetential office, Litany,
imposition of ashes and Confir-
Friday: 7 p.m. Stations of the
Cross and meditation.
Bensn May Reduce
On MaJor Crops
WASHINGTON, Feb. 19 (UP)-
The chairman of the House Agri-
culture Committee said\ todadya
Secretary of Agriculture Ezra T.
Benson will reduce price sup-
ports on some major crops net
year to 75 per cent of parity "if'
le gets the chance.",
Chairman Harold D. Cooley (D-
N.C.) made the remark as Under-
secretary- of Agriculture True I)D.
Morse toldthe committee the ad.'
ministration's program is aimed
at ."moe profitable" farming. He
urged the committee not to inter-
fere with legislation that would
permit supports to drop next
Cooley has introduced a bill to
restore to a rigid 90 per cent of
parity the supports on wh e a t,
corn, rtce, peanuts and cotton.
Government support of t he s e
crops naw ranges from 82% to 90
per cent. Supports will decline to,
75 to 90 per cent in 1956-the ad-
ministration's so-called "flexible"
Morse repeated the administra.
tion's plea to' give flexible sup-
ports chance to work. The ad-
mlnistrcaton, Morse said, d oe s
not plan to ask Congress for any
maNJr changes in the law this
year. He did say, "however, the
Agric lture Department is study-
ing propoed changes for wheat
+ + .+_ ..+ + e. -
I. t av
S&^i"impesly drop I or 2
,.. k --
d ..ink i. it.. : 2
$270,000 ProfitOn $10,00:
On Excessive, US Eivoy Says
o.. :"< *
WASHINGTON, Feb. 19 (UP)-.
Julius C. Holmes, President Ei-
senhower's nominee for ambassa.
dor to Iran. testified today he
made a $270.000 profit on a $10,-
000 investment in a 1947 surplus
Homes denied, however, there
was anything wrong with his part
in the transaction. He told the
Senate Foreign Relations Com-
mittee it was "a speculative oper-
ation" that "came out very well"
but did not yield "exce s s i v e"
Committee Chairman Walter F.
George (D-.Ga.) skid he thought
Holmes's explanation was satis-
factory and "I'll vote to approve
him." George said the "onl y
thing was that he made an ex-
tremely successful investment."
Sen. William Langer (R-N.D..)
who',questioned Holmes critical
ly about the "'get-rich-q u i c k'
tak jeal0 0 aO he hW. p ot de
OW!h as would ate. The
'Comm4itlee postponed action on
the nomination because a quorum
was not present.
Holmes, a veteran foreign serv-
ice officer and wartime brigadier-
general, was indicted in 1953 with
several other persons for t h e i r
part in the tanker deal, which
was the subject of a sensational
He told the committee the gov-
ernment made a "mistake" in in-
cluding him in the indictment
which was- dismissed last year.
Former Rep.' Joseph E. Caseyi
(D-Mass.) and Stanley K lein,
New York businessman, a10 r,
were indicted but neither has .l "1
Asked by Langer if he did not-
consider the profit on the dea
"entirely excessive," Ho lIne-
said "No, I do' not."'He said .
persons who invested a totll oe
10 million dollars shared a prit
of $2,800,000. -
Holmes reviewed the t a nk e'
deal in long detail, sayini, I*' *
wanted it all out in the ofen :.
cause there was nothing wrdmg
with his part in it.
He said be made the investawet '*
in 1947 while serving as U.S. mAs.
sister in London. He said- he.h1pd -1
nothing to dq with the tanker tw-, "'
pany after rejoining th e ra
ment In 1048
George said Holmes had. he,-
"cleared by the FBI san 'sap *-
ed by the .two .enatorS
tas" for the-Iran poet.
appointment. I IV : *
Asst. Secretary of State T
Ston B. Morton read the con "- "
tee a legal memorondum, aprnv-
cd by the State Departmelit,'.
which said there was "no basis il.
fact or law" for Holmes' ,ict-
He was associated with a conm-
pany which obtained and .rqW z 4
five surplus government taner .'a *
Others In the group included tihr
late Edward R. Stettinlus forerLi
secretary of state, nd Adm. WM. .
bam F. Halsey. .
UNIVERSITY OF PANAMA
SPANISH" COURSE '
The University of Panama is offering an intm.ni ,
Spanish Course for English speaking students from F%,ww,
2jto April 15. .....
Classes will be conducted In small grou onA Mon18,
Tubadays, Wednesdays and Thursdays as follows:
Elementary group (beginners) from 5 to f p.m. jE
Intermediate from 8 to 7 W
Advanced front 7 to 8 p.m. .
Students 'enrolled for credits should present High school .
diploma or any other academic record.
Registration at the Secretary's Office, the main, btl=d-'
ing of the. University, from 9 to 12 and from 3 to 7 ,p
any day from-the 21st on. .
PanamA, February 9, 1955: .
THE SAVINGS BANK
Institution Guaranteed by the State. -
Pays 2% Interest Annually o0 Savings Acc*sa,',
INITIAL DEPOSIT $5.00 &
We make loans with guarantees on first mortaW .
or other securities. '.
25c. 50c. $LM and $5 /
deposits are accepted thru a
of 48 weeks.,
Individual safety depqit boxes, for Jew y. d
deomeuints, In 4 different eses.
OFFICE IN PANAMA:
L .A.eo RO CA LLS
+. ',* .. o -] Y
, ': ,- F.
..** -. **
Stall for Time
. t.: .
TUE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDinMhq
Bounds like an en swap-Florida a aW ceple at ospecial-noterial
for cabbage balls. wun. But it was worth t. hose .
-- 17 s crodced an act that's pro l
daueed hoan of gees"!
Being a nlght-club star Isn't ll
beer and skittles. (What's a skit., DICK'S QUICKIE: A refugee
tie?) It takes a heap of loot to from Las Vegas says he finally
make a night-club act. M. Mar. discovered a way to. beat the crap
lowe, debuting at the Plerre's Co. tables. "When you -get off the plan
million Room on Fifth Avenue, laid in Las Vegas," he says, "walk into'
out $12,000 for her act-three gowns the propeller."
A FEW FAST FACTS: Dr. Allen "I woke up one morning a
* 1. DuMont, star of stage, screen weeks ego" Steve says, "t
uind laboratory, is putting the fin- were four kids standing along
lshing touches on an invention that my bed. Not saying a word. We
Sif be big news. It's a combination est thing I ever saw. Turned
mV.ovie camera, so a live show they'd come to the door and a;
tan be telecast and filmed at the my mother If they could play
4me time .. Harry Belafonte me. So she let 'Ia come mi.
An d, Gina Lolobrlglda will co-star
- i, a movie, planned for Portugal His mother, incidentally, is
filming. Belafonte will play a Moor- very interested. in show busing
ish priest. Gina will be a Moor- "She's so hep," Steve says, "
,and the Moor the merrier .Magi- she's a square. I mean she thi
cian Milburn Christopher says a she knows everything and all
-....amous document, detailing the sang, but she uses it wrong.
-"-early history of magic, has van- other day she said -'Crazy' i
A.-bed from the Berlin Museum. the wrong inflection and I laugh
Christopher says any day it'll turn so hard I thought I'd die. But s
r'"''p in Moscow with the Commies wonderful-so proud of me.
claiming they invented magic. So
r the only trick they've discov. "Sometimes we'll go to a si
zred is how to make a political together. And there'll be some 1
-'prisoner disappear, she knows and she'll sort of I
over at her and then at me. If
..Lily Pons, back in New York, lady doesn't recognize me,
bubbles like a bottle of nervous mother will nudge her and s
champagne: "Eet's deevine! For 'You know who this is? You wa
me It is like Alice looking sroo e television?'
looking glass. I adore it to be so
cold in ze air. I love to have ze "It's funny. She'll do that,
people say iallo Lily.' I adore ze she keeps warning me about
first srill of driving srso ze street getting high-hat. She's read ab
stars who've forgotten their fa
TV TOPPERS lies, and she tells me, 'If you e.
do that, I'll break your head
GEORGE GOBEL (NBC-TV) Rin- I Steve started singing profess
kydink means driving a Jaguar ally when he was 15, and he's co
S-with a smug expression, a long way. He makes records
Carol, and is looked on as one
Before she sets her tiny feet on the coming greats. He enjoy.
the Met stage, she will go through fame, mostly because he can
her ritual of being bac in New things for his family, like he
York-a week of shopping and this winter when he sent his p
Ti o wbeeibs. a nets to Florida.
"being. _While they were away, he mis)
The star still 41ves home with those cabbage balls. They are
his parents. Reason: cabbage bails. mother's s p e c I a It y. ."They
This would be Steve Lawrence, stuffed with meat and rice a
the good-looking young baritone on one's a meal in itself," he sao
Steve Allen's "Tonight" show, and_
he Is one bobby-sox Idol who knows
a well-turned cabbage ball when
he tastes it.
He is 19. And, as he sensibly puts
it, "I don't think I'm old enough
tq go away and get a place of my
own." So, after each show, he gets
on the subway and goes back to
the old family homestead in the
East New York section of Brook-
It's the same street and same N -
neighborhood where he grew up,
and he is naturally the hero of
every kid from blocks around. Sooier or Ider most bdWe
GRANCOLOMBIANA S. A.
EAST COAST 'AND G'f r G
Sailings: Every Fifteen Days for:
HOUSTON and NEW ORLEANS
Sailings: Every Ten Days for:
(Gulf Vessels call at VERACRUZ and TAMPICO
(MEXICO) every six weeks)
WILFORD & MCKAY, INC.
Masonic Building, Cristobal, C. Z.
TELEPHONES: CRISTOBAL: 2998 1760 2535
The Pacific Steam Navigation Company
INCORPORATED SB ROYAL CHARTER 1840
Royal Mall Lines Ltd.
FAST FREIGHT AND PASSENGER SERVICES.
BETWEEN EUROPE AND WEST COAST
OF SOUTH AMERICA
TO COLOMBIA, ECUADOR, PERU AND CHILE
S.S. "FLAMENCO" ............................ Feb. 21
M.V. "SALAMANCA" ............................March 2
TO UNITED KINGDOM VIA CARTAGENA, HAVANA,
NASSAU, BERMUDA, CORURA, AND LA PALLICE
M.V. "REINA DEL PACIFICO" (18,000 Tons) ......Feb. 26
TO UNITED KINGDOM DIRECT
M.V. "SAMANCO" ..................... ........March 3
M.V. "SANTANDER" ............................March 5
ROYAL MAIL LINES LTD./HOLLAND AMERICA LINE
TO NORTH PACIFIC PORTS
S.S. "PARIMA" ........................Feb. 21
S.S. "DUIVENDYK" .................................Feb. 25
S.S. "DALERDYK" ...............................Feb. 27
S.S. "LOCH RYAN" .. ..... ........................ Feb. 28
All Sailings Subject to Chance Without Notice
PACIFIC STEAM NAVIGATION CO., Cristobal Tel.: 1654/5
FORD CO. INC. 1PANAMA-AWe. Pert #55, Tel .-1257/8
FORD CO. INC BALBOA-Term Bldg. Tel 2-1905
vsL UNITED FRUIT COMPANY
Great White Fleet
New Orleans Service
*S.S. "HIBUERAS" ................................Feb. 25
S.S. "MABELLA" ..............................-March 1
*S.S. "YAQUE" ...................... ........March 5
S.S. "MATAURA" ..............................March 6
S.S. "LOVLAND" ..............................March 9
*S.S. "MORAZAN" .............................March 12
*Handing Refrigerated Chilled and General Cargo
New York Service
S.S. "VINDEGGEN" ................ ....Feb. 21
S.S. "SAN JOSE" .......................... .......Feb. 24
S.S. "FRABERLANGA" ........................... Feb. 28
S.S. "CHOLUTECA" ..........................March 3
8.. "AGGERSBORG" .............. ............March 7
A Steamer ........................* ..... .........March 7
4ek Iy sa wings ot twelve passenger ships to New W
York, New Orleans, Los Angeles, San Francisco.
Special round trip fares from. Cristobal to New '
York, Los Angeles, San Francisco and Seattle.
To New York ..................... .$240.00
To Los Angeles and San Francisco ...$270.00
To Seattle ........................ .$366.00
Another Man's Poison
* PANAMA 2-2904
BY WILSON SCRUGGS
BY AL VERMaI
Ol WAT HEw ,60T71WE IDEA.
SVUPPOS6 HE'LL. TAKt T IM
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THirp WHAT PBAYAP M. NOW L6T3 ALVO Yu r-M IA'
6eT ON WITH THE INTrview ou- TAI |rW
The Big Question
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BOOTS AND HER BUDDIES .. The Zero Hour.
Bi EDOAB MART
fE STORY OF MARTHA WAX
3B LESLE TURNED
5B JAT nEAVILIN
OUB BOARDING HOUSE
wth MAJOI BOOPLJOUT OUR WA1
By J.L WUIIALUN
NO 6WErT,... V
NO FATTY FOOD.
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MWAMS MICANw AM: iWf W DAIr NEWSPAPER
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BANDS OF IWO
"DUFFT OF SAN
JooR ts OWord
showed 1:, :1, IM.C *:s1, e:5,
"THE FAR COUNTRY"
Jamesu WART Ruth ROMAN
?ocdal and Otihenviw
Spar Carniafl Spirit
l r days of Isth Carnival get unde wi y at daw
o ay w-,n day allons ofDiabis, little devis beating poS
ana pso Avaded Pianat residential areas. Some wore
andi others carried sticks as they accosted householders
fones, otn thme traditional' i -
for cTa aentues-old r sp itt ear tnit cameto Panamr S from
Europe nth the oearlit Spanish settlers. It will be observed
Europe J ith the er tui "anala
ti year with less public fanfare than us.ual. C.,
u atrHothl El anma namue, Quens la will bp cremed
tonight Smid pomp and ceremony folloean by gaiety goinS on
into thva lorplnpe
Mae t clubs, bee guard and hall plan special
festivities. a P foar bi e ol-
dos" open air dance platforms: willick ti tre ning
on a fer-night w ma m th of revelry.
For alo roundup of 'tam- r Fve T los
boritos and Carnival fun, there's In Panama, ly
sumeting for everybody's taste-i At the ot e nd of the so i
and pocktbook, both in Colon scale-:4ut just as- much fun-are
and an uen Cit'y-as well as thethe tol s. This year most o
Canal Zone. them will again bunch together
on the Barraza Fill along the Pa
wrotel El Panama nama City beachfront. The spo
Gaest place in town for the is a few blocks of Avenue "A
four nights Is apt to be .Hotel near the Central Fire Station.
El Panama where lovely Marcela There will be four toldos, the
lie Janon will be crowned this Pantma, the Chesterfield and L
evening by her pred e ee so 0r, M., the Bohio and the Cocaleca
Queen Marntza U. At the last named, only tydea
?anamfulan. music will be play;
Her court includes, Miss Pana- ed.
ma (Emita Arosemena) and oth-. Admission to the tldos is $1.5
er Panamanian beauties who will for men. ladies free.
rppea on a stage depiteting Old At least one other told wll-be
Panama as it was before the de- open. It's the White Heather, con
struction in 1671. Artists e e t o structed at.the Drive-In Theate
Lewis and Lloyd Bathley d esign.-'ff Traus-Istl anim U t highway.
ed the set for "Old Panama favp 'ee -
Again.' ta .iOther C a
The Queen's elaborate g o w n ,There 'be danctue to g ht
as made by Nina Mastellari, so man s it s impossible t
wqU known coutourler to Panama ie o. most clubs in
cn.Broar'dhdv a ba
rosemena and made by Telma de- cr be .. P anama have
scheduled at the rmy and Navy
Last year's queen Maritza will Club tonight and another at the
wear ,her coronation dress of fold Baloa YMA.
lame which created such a sensa-r --
tion. She will make her r o y a I President Arias,
entrance accompanied by attend- First Lady Giving
ants a c pages. Banquet Por Nixons
Following the Coronation t h e The President of the Republice
famous Latin American singer and Mrs. Ricardo Arias have is-
"Cascarita" will sing In honor of c ued invitations for a banquet at
athe Queen. the Presidencid on Thursday in
t ru" honor of the Vice-President of the
The management of El Pana- United Mates and Mrs. Richard
ma has .announced a special price llxon. -
of $5.00 for .hoso obtaining tickets
ior RU0 fori nights ebf Carnival. Davis.Doftle Marriage
'onorrow eight Is Pouera ight, Selemnled i n t ,.ator.
Monday Is 'i smarrachosi t, Mrs. Beryl L. Downie of Pans.
and Tgesaday Night the 1tyous Ma City has asioun6ced the mar.
Cai- Tsad Night riage of her daughter, Mavis He-
Each night the Queen and her one, toMr. Paudl Davis on Jan.
court of young people will make 2P In Baltimore, Md.
a spectacular ehtrance at 10 p.m. The couple Will reside at. .30
and will set the, gay pace for East 3Mth street In- Nw York k.-
which Panama's traditional Car- ty.
nival festivities are known. Before their departure for the
Announces the arrival of their new shipment
of Brushes and household articles.
No. Is "r" St. 6 Tel. 2-M.
- 'i la
& 5037, .Ancon
" HE DETECTIVE"'
Enjoy yourself during Carnival
season at the
"WHITE HEATHER" TERRACE
ANGELO JASPE'S Orchestra
"A BULLET IS WAITING"
Jean SIMMONS Rory CALHOUN
" TANM'i PASIRA"
Cop-type Bullet Killed
1.34, / m 'j W Mif .5e T R ^bIO i ^ -*I
SoS Cit Vice Hater
-- 1o0 -0 ---o .0 BIRMINGHAM, Ala., Feb. 19- which he was shot, just after 8:45
i 900 10 4 HOLIYWOOD -(NEA) Behnd "I dobt t replies Bin "It (UP)-A state criminologist testi- p m. June 18.
-oe ScrLenD Esther ims' Ia .....a ger.,, field at an ex-deputys murder trial Police reports 'said Patterson
l r rketing a "Do-t-Yourself 'gger today that at' feast one of t hle was killed between 8:45 and 9 p.
States, both the bride and ogrot, W1 4 l- s swa mmD l ot S hrt Toskes.H l-ings that idlled Albert Pattersonn m.. although the slaying was not'
W mate deceswimmingm POOi L s Po t s Takes:oHollywood televi-o 4s kthe kind used in "poll-c e reported officially until a few
teoan acte par in Istumai.Iafl ias interesting possibillties--or nth.-sloxt won twice as many nonia -,wor. e snrP l ute afte r ".
I ra tc pr u to s. Mr. a.s, l st.work."minutesafter .
was production manager for the ash*. York. The sore: Hollywood, An earlier su e witness, a Wearing thwhite onvt rb
Circle Theatei. -ew'York,3 e.. ,hugRt; convict, placedbth the former in which he was brought rm
-- Some suggestions: wHawok, 3 .n ck ough Rita officer Albert Fuller, and ex-soll- Draper Prison, Littleton said he
iplo.matle Co l s A.Za. Ze Gabor "Do.It Your- wo and aymes are citor ^rch Ferrell at the scene decided Thursday he wanted to
Ladles* Receved p. a ar trappab g men. A ik rmseHollywood agmin, their just before Patterson was slain in testify and notified prison author-
Mrs. Octavio Fabrega, wife of Mario Lasa "Do-It-Yourself' re- Nevada. R ita's daughters remain terous Phenix City last June bies.
the Ambassadordesignate ot Pa- dcing diet. A Jack enny home lehdfo har questioning -by chief de.
ceam es to the United States, re-tluft batk. A Baig Clrosby moneymk "i t "fehse counsel oderick Beddow
ceived ladies of the diplomatic couter. A Marilyn Monroe make. -- P uller, Ferrell and former Ala- failed to shake Littleton's account
corps and wives of high officials of up kit for dells who want to look Ed Purdm bowedout-at his bama Atty. Gen. Silas Garrett of seeing Ferrell and Fuller at
.the Canal Zone last evening at l1 her. A Jack Webb fact flader r qutm -awed out-at hu s Alabama Atty Gen. Silas Garrett
her Bella Vista home. for tie curious. Liberace tooth lan m a'. I n ... Turner s are charged with the first degree
0*-- paste f whiter teeth. leadingg man* i Diane June murder of the crime-hatin Pat-
Church AxliraryI Th1 follofwtg handy hint ,m- Iaver's, mother I okay after ma- terson only a few days at r he
Meets la Crisobal lets might even become est mjor surgery. I_ tad been nominated to succeed // .
The regular monthly meeting- of sellers: verear Garrett. m ., Co o
the Woman's Auxiliary of tlj Overheard:
Church of Our Saviour in Cristo. Froak Sinatra's "Guide for Bust. All I want Is enough money to Ferrell's trial will follow Ful-
bal, was held on Wednesday. iing N e w s Photographers' Cam. afford to live the way I do." ler's while that of Garrett, who is
The business covered included: eras." in a Texas sanitarium, has not i
a discussion of the Church Fair, "How to Give a $5000 Party," been set.
a report on the 3th Annual Cathe-. ty Bonja Henle., -IA mencan fIenu' After three days of testim ony
oral, and planning for a Card Par. "How I Do It," by Porfirio Ru. before an all-malt jury, Fuller
ty and Bazaar to be held in the ibrosa. -- and Ferrell had been placed at
,iture. "How to Avoid Wedding Bells," Fresh Tangerine Cream a the scene just .before and just af.
Mrs. T. Thomas, president, aesar e You're hired Delicate d eiou t the murder In a Phenix Cty
f announced that she would be go. by Robert Mitchum. By GAYNOR MADDOX
r ing on leave for two months, dur-. NEA Food and Markets Editor Three witnesses had reported -
-. ing which time Mrs. T. C. Robert. Lana Turner is laughing at re- seeing a man leaving the scene
At son, vice-president will preside. ports that -she and Lex Barker Recently in Florida we learned but none had identified either de.
"0 are having marital problems. I how to make this delicate and fendant as th man.
Bake Sale At Margarita We're always together," S he beautiful dessert. Tangerines are The state indicated It would d
e The Lt. Garvyn H..Mcumb lo w told me, "when we read about be- plentiful now and inexpensive, show Fuller condoned wide open
. Post 3876 LaIes Auxiliary willing separated." ambling and other- vice in Phe-
. hold a cake sale starting at 2 Fresh Tangerine Cream nix City and thus had a motive to
1 p.m. Monday at the Margarita DAN DAILEY'S marriage to (Yield: 8 servings) kill Patterson who had pledged to
.Commissary., Gwen C'Connor, former wife of stamp it out. Fuller's salib was
Donald O'Connfor. reminded one of Two tablespoons unflavored that he was In the jail a block -
0 Mrs. W. Strickland is in charge their pals of some dialogue at Dan gelatin, cup cold water, cup way when Patterson was shot.
of the sale. ranch a few weeks ago. A cowpoke sugar, e teaspoon salt, 2 eggs endell Sowell, state toxicolo-
S-- was breaking a horse for Dan .and separated, a cup ilk, 2 table- gist who performed an autopsy on
. Brailian Ambassador, someone observed that the ag spoons fresh lemon juice. 1 tea- Patterson, said the fallen crusader
r Wife Entertain seemed to be a real temperamental. Ioon grated etaneri.e r ind 1 cup -ad been shot in the back, mouth
The Ambassador of Brazil and critter. i e ue dtangerines CUheavy ain id twice in the narm. One slug
Mrs. Abelardo Bueno Prado en. "They're all like that," said Dan. cream whipped cupsugar Ppeared to have split and caus-
ertanad at their residence On You have to bring out all the often elat te cold wa. ed both am wounds, he said.
t Wednesday with a luncheon honor- fthI 'em until they become sub- ter Combine sugar, salt and egg A slug that ripped into Patter-
Silig Mr, and Mrs. Felipe 0. Perez mAissive. Then, looking t Gwen, volks. Stir in milk. Cook over low son's mouth and shatter' this
n who are leaving sooa for Rio 4e Dan said: h s I ao heat until the mixture coats vocal cords was a in mno .38
e Jan'. o in at- saof wman161spodk: Remove f16'i w^ lad-cut' of lthe- UAL
d thret-e-e.or- ff eerit i 'r o ela and stir In softened gelatin. Chili ly used in police target practice S
e CooalHoal:01taff a 5 T^ goicnchosn n p op ti o
Eatorest atl Staff ublv e. until the mixture begins to thick. and police schools a p ol11c
S delbtful buffet supper was Autie Muh dipped it after en. Stir inlemon j ice, lemon work" Sowell testified.
enjoyed by the staff of Corozal seeing the rst rough-cut of his ru Another slug, removed from Pat.
Hospital and their guests Wednes- World War II exploits in "To Hell Peel tangerine, being sure to person's back, had a copper-jack-
day evening, at the quarters of! and Back": remove the white stringy portion et. It was also a .38 and could
Colonel and Mrs. R. F. Mulhol- '"Y know something. I was and membrane around sections. have been fired from the same gun
land, In the Corozal Hospital a. much braver la the picture." Break into pieces. Stir into the but Sowell said two guns might
re a, honoring Mrs. Nina P. Rob- custard mixture. Fold in whipped have been used. ,
Sinson, who is retiring Feb. 28 aft- A member of the Hi-Lo warbling cream. Beat egg whites until they Sowell said the. police-type bid-
er approximately 27 y e a r s of quartet saw tins sign backstage at stand in soft peaks. Beat in sug- let left Patterson in no condition
service as a nurse with the'a Los Angeles burlesque theater: ar, then fold into the gelatin mix to speak in the fleeting seconds of
i Health Bureau, most of which "Proceed .at your own risque." ture. Leave mixture in the bowl. life he had left. I
Swas at Corozal H bspital. Chill until'ready to serve. Spoon Surprise evidence came from
wI at ANTHONY QUINN IS steaming into sherbet glasses. Top with tan. William Littleton, former Phenix
Mrs. Robinson was presented over the cuts that have been made gerine sections. / City cab driver now serving time
with a gift of a china figurine to in "Ulysses," his Italian co-star- This is a refreshing salad with inr. the state prison for man-
add to her extensive collection, ring flicker with Kirk Douglas and an unusual dressing. .Try it for daughter i connection with a SHOWING AT
the presentation being-made by ylvana Mangano. He's practically your next party. traffic fatality.
Colonel Mulholland, SMperinten. the face on the cutting-room floor Littleton told the jury he saw | CENTER THEA
dent of the hospital. -only two brief scenes. Alan Tossed Fresh Fruit with Fuller and Ferrell outside the _______
Mr. and Mrs. Robiason plan Young and Jne Russell are dis- Fresh Apple Salad Dressing Coulter Building, where Patterson
on leaving the' Isthmus March 5 cussing a Las Vegas night-club act. (YIeld: 8 to 10 servings) had his office and in the rear of DIABLO HTS. 6:15 -L
io reside in Florida. Underwater, so doubt. fLZ sur Joahn ,ODIAK
The following were present: Dr. Look what Marilyn Monroe start. m ine, 1 large fresi ripe pear, e d. r irheh r uI t n -. SQa AD1
George r udock, Dr. and Mrs. ed. Publi c libraries throughout the large fresh orange, 1 resh tan. tey over the S DRAGONA AMLY QAD N
'Toss (at the table) with the fresh
Weldon C. White, Dr. and Mrs. les of "The Brothers Xaramazov."%cup fresh.. apple salad dreL p. salad dressing.
Earsl Robinson, Mr. and Mrs. C. Wash lettuce and rmaine a
V. Russell Mr. a id Mrs. W I- SNAPPY DIALOGUE DEPT.: tear into pieces. P lace.n Fresh d Dressing
ham Hitchcock, Mr. and Mr s. Bing Crosby. kisses ballerina Jean- bowl. Cut peeled pear and tan. (Ylel: 1 2.3 eu ps)
roy Dwelle, Mr. and Mrs. Got. make in "Anything Goes" and she gerine into sections being % r ound) al
fred Nelson Mr. and Mrs. Stur. wonders out loud: "Do they kiss sure to remove the membrane. 'On large (w pound) apple,
Glvant Todd, Mr. and Mrs. Phra like that in Akron, Ohio?" Cut gr ap es In half,and remove tablespoons fresh lemon C
A. Ashby, Mrs. Marie B. ecNeff, % sugar, %' teaspoon POW-
Miss Thelma Cpwell, Mi ss 1-N dy u tablespoon hore, adis
Ilin "r-t, Mrs. Gor C aIeesalt,eespoon l adA1
Derla Guarda Wi a in tShe red rigeraInto. the fe l-ranc Joins The W
Visit In 1n1t re1 f g1r A Z
Dr. anid Mrs. h iR00d 1 Irrisg Berei
in oosReceives Gold
Mrs. huqit Medal From Ike
7The Club Social he ld
Tuesday evening, honored the re- y WASHINGTON, Feb. 19 (UP)-
tired president Mrs. Jane uld- I Composer Irving Berlin received
qulst, ~or her e work during I lre 'gold medal from Presi-
1954. A gift wa. pSnted to heir l i dent litenhower .today in a .ppr-I F M
from the members of the lub. Ite \ I sli ir n of the patriotic songs he .
Canasta a -d scrabble were __. I c has written. prt soJ, e
ioyed durin e evening with ,9
Mrs. Midge Larris-, Mrs. Tessle T *Ihe medal was conferred under." .
Lowe,. Mrs. Mildred Drote, Mrs. ll / 'ustructions from Congressio n al -P<
Kathleen Huffman, Mrs. Helen recognition and appreciation of 1
Crowell and Mrs. Dorothy La- + iIihis success composing many pa-iI I l,
Croix winning the prizes. ..II !IItrIese sosgs, including 'Godi I i i
Other members present were: IN 1820 Ble Amrica' I
Mrs. Anne Maner, Mrs. Millie Te 1 -^Tul
Iseecia, Mrs. Jerry Clui, Mrs. ST. GO .II.
lpotS CoUher, Mrs. Virg1 inia
suspo. Mrs.. Jane Hul quist, I s ..."
Betesses bufe Mrns.
Kaple and Mrs. Af aes A- M-M
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,e *ure oeme. m. Oo
Finally, Bd0w told his:';
teU these limaM m e i .
vho pilt y3,g 090 to *,bW;
"No one put i s-up, to ti
ton repled. '
It was brought- out thkt.
was the 401M wr wl o1r
can trdst as to o d
i the lovelieSt,A *U
right haireolor f tio
will make every
ble strand glowwiB r
younger- look sg
or and hea t!y I
Distributor in th,,
Republic of PanaO
and lthe, 0 't
Tel. 2-2971, Panamg
o4. "A ,,, ,
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'It not true to say "we did every-
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*B Pert Avenue -Tel. 3-13
1 locfk from LLux Theatre
Dr. C, E. F6brego
.lirbrUlve General Dentistry
Tivoll Ave. Nor 21A-24
Telephone 2-2011 Panama
(In front Ancon School Playground)
AGENCIAS JIM RIDGE
Phone Panama 2-0552
4th of July Avenue No. 14-28
Dall 9:0i-12:00 nona 1:20-5:00
*' Seatlyays 9:00 to 1:00
boir To Sing
FOR SALE:- Coldspot refri-
gerator, 60 cycle, with freezer
cheat; 2 bamboo arm chairs,
plastic cushions. Phone Albrook
FOR SALE:- Mahogany book-
case, dining-room table, six
chairs, Lionel Diesel switcher en-
gines with transformer acces-
sories, Easy washing machine,
mislc. choirs. 1503-A Akee. St.,
FOR SALE:-Light blinds, used
very short time. Call Diablo 2-
FOR SALE:-Three piece up-
holstered livingroom set, con-
vertible bed and two arm chairs.
Very good condition. $150.00.
Call 287, Colon.
MUST SELL:-Poker table, like
new, $25.00; Coapehort console
Todio with new Garrand record
changer, 60 cycle, $150.00;
Youth bed fro~me, matching vani-.
ty dresser and bench, $35.00;
Frigidaire, 9-foot, $125.00.
Qtrs. No. 2320, Contractor's
Area, Curundu. Tel. 83-2109.
FOR SALE:-3-door mahogany
*wardrobe, 2-door mahogany
wardrobe. Both almost new, spe-
cial price. Calle 40 Este 2-80,
Apt. 4. Tel. 3-1380, .
FO RSALE :--Complete house-
hold furniture, Bqmboo chaise
lounge. No. 4-97, 38th Street.
FOR SALE:-Furniture. Leavina-
Isthmus. Estudiante St. No. 69.
FOR SALE:-1 dinette set of
red formica top table and 4 red
plastic c6vered chairs chrome
legs. $65.00. Balboa 2896.
FOR SALE:-House and large
lot Chilibre Transisthmian High.
way. $450.00. Don Eastman,
Poraiso. Tel. 4-167.
t. Petaers FOR SALE:-Farm. 15 miles from
PH rIW capital. 6 hectares lone, with
h shool choir St; two floor wooden chalet, well,
chutc, La Boca, w -sing fence.river, good
B monthly children's Eu- W-,-. ..
*to be celebrated tomor- F, C ,
morning at 10 by the Rev. r S ALE
pear, priest in charge. Boats & Motors
An earlier celebration! will be
Old at 7 a.m. in observance of
uenquagesima, the first Sun-,
ybefore lent. There will also
ef ensong 7:30 p.m.
FOR SALE:-One Elgin out-
hoard motor. Can be seen at
Naw Fishing Pier. Phone 2333,
W. Z. Russell.
FOR SALE,--Moke your offer.
Good transportation. Excellent
rubber, completely oevrhauled.
Plymouth 1949 Sedan. Hassine,
Central Avenue 18-45. Tele-
phone 2-3483 business hours.
FOR SALE:-1952 Oldsmobile
Super 88. 2-door, 11,500 miles,
Hyd., radio, W/W tires, blue,
excellent condition. Albrook 86-
FOR SALE:-For immediate de-
livery at direct shipment price a
1955 Ford Country Sedan Sta-
tion Wagon V8, 8 passengers
with Fordomotic tinted glass,
W-S-W vinyl upholstery. Your
friend Ford dealer Agencios Cos-
mos S, A., Colon, Rep. de Pan-
FOR SALE:-1949 4-door Pon-
tiac. Good tires, good condition.
Phdne 2-6304. Original owner.
FOR SALE:-1954 Dodge 6 Co.
ronet 1Sedan. New condition
throughout. $1,000.00 less than.
cost. Autoac 15th & Melendez,
FOR SALE:-1936 Dodge Coupe.,
Excellent transportation, $100--.
5524 Diablo. Phone 2-2307.
FOR SALE i--1948 Packard Con.~
vertibleA-1 condition, new paint
job, new tires, new battery, ra-
dio, engine recently overhauled.
A duty paid car. One bwner,
owned by Bob Graham. Con be
seen at 5508-B Haines Street.
FOR SALE:- 1947 Buick Sedan.
Good condition. Can 'be finance -.
ed. $300.00. 103 Poroiso, Tel.
FOR SALE:-1953 Fordor Chev-
rolet with extras, 15,500 miles,
price $1,380.00. Panama 3-
WATE: t Topolino, Cros-
Icv, Morris minor or other small
cnr. Muit be rearonoble. Call
h Lenten sacrificial cards or HeilI Wanted
ten boxes will be available at in circus
. sny- of the services to parishlon- WANTED--Full time maid for week by t
'I who want to make a special general housework and laundry. The b"
offerlag for the season. References required. Call 83- Mitscher'
*i I 5182. dore gay
1-Schedule of services during Mitscher,
lent calls for Holy Communion Navy in l
g at7,eept ThurB- ta Cruz Club velopmen
ft tn 0aBecial devo-1 which he
D. pi..on of ashes. whchs D ncman.
To Sponsor Dance office
a the service officer in
Next Tuesday The con
yo s Replaced The Santa Cruz Sorters will
sponsor a Carniva jamborge
COmmissitns chance on Tuesday at the Santa
Cruz Seivice Center.
Sruguay Victor Boa and the Haitian
)B -B 'Tqguay, Feb. band will pily for the dance
rp b5" ialons replace which celebrates the club's an-
"-4a cities throughout nlversary.
ay Jo.lowiang the The
rn i by the-aubsti-i The dance is dedicated to Fer-
I of a Swiss-ty Federal nando Bradley, former Panama
Sfor th Natfonal Pres- City councilman.
SDancing will begin at 1 p.m.
Sand end at 2 a.m. Wednesday.
lan t.Me outtoinl May-:.
rlto Jose AQuiatapace."Mrs. Ethel Perry
S the new. iW Com= -
# m te Ision; ies; Funeral
me bers, four'tepres-Tomorrow At 2
Sthe Coorado Party ma-
and three the Nationalist Mrs. Ethel Perry of Panama.
. Msto other cUies have City died yesterday in Santo To-
neb commissons, divid-imas Hospital.
tree 4ad two between ma-i
Saad minority parties. She is survived by her son,
.; IManuel Zebble, and her sisterik
H wA e Mar Charles and Mrs. Ra
INOR WASHERS -chel Daniels.
Funeral services have been
,scheduled for tomorrow after-
noon at 2 o'clock In the St. Vin-
cent de Paul's Church. Burial
will follow in the Herrera Ceme-
waU 28- Calidonia
All creditor of ,LAS MINAS DE CAMPANA,
A thO lA CORPORATION are ad-
.i. !h-e Compines lftMW
tly we wilt proceed
Ae t Mr.blk A:=
ory of Vice Adm. Marc
eir, the fierce, taciturn
ral whose aircraft car-
the attack across -the
World War II and who
I a new concept of war
among the books placed
nation during the past
the Canal Zone Library.
ook "The Magnificent
' was written by Theo-
'lor, whose interest int
the sea war and the
general was a logical de-
t of his own career
e began as a merchant
He served as a Naval
nplete list of new books
d by the Library this
ows: Non-fiction: Fin-
. Browne: Graphics in
ing and Science, Le-
e Complete Book of
rs, Ahnstrom: Hand-
Post Control, Mallis:
Make a Livintr as a
11arris: The Literary
Cowley: Enles of Sal-
sters: This New World,
The White Gate. Chase-
Bids Asked On 4
Items Of Foreign
The Property Disposal Officer,
U.S. Army Caribbean today sr-
licited sealed bids on 4 items of
foreign excess personnel proper-
ty, located at Boeota, ColombiaI
and at the Limatambo Airport,
The Items offered are: an am-
bulance at Bogota, Colombia;
two % ton trucks and a taller
at Lima, Peru.
The property may be Itnspeet-
ed wekedays by contacting the
Officer in Charge Inter-Ameri-
can Geodetic Survey, e/o U.S.
Embassy of Bogota and Lima.
Sealed bids in quadruplicate
will be accepted at the Property
Disposal Office, Bluilding 721,
Corosal, until March 31.
O0 r Rtreads
Is m y our
*'.S$ E A R'^"
Pentecostal (Assembly of God,
etc.) Fellowship meetings Sun-
days 7.30 p.m. in Library USO
(JWB) Building, Balboa.
COCK FIGHTS-Every Saturday.
Sunday, Monday from 3 p.m., in
the "Riding Club" at Panama
SHIRTS dry cleaned or laundered
the perfect way. Tropical clean-
ers Via Espaho 830. Tel. 3-
0871 Branch 24th St. Eoast and
Central Avenue. Tel 2-1346.
INVITATION FOR PROPOSAL.
FOR FURNISHING BOOKS
Panama Canal Company invites
proposals for furnishing 67 Items
(approximately 17,525 copies)
of books in Spanish for use as
school textbooks. Sealed bids will
be received in the office of the
Superintendent of Storehouses,
Balboa, for opening in oublic at
10:30 A.M., February 25, 1955.
Invitation No.' 152 may be ob4
tained from the above office,
FOR SALE:-Triumoh Thunder-
bird motorcycle 85Q0 miles.
Good condition. $375.00. Phone
Of Paris Accords
Expected In March
ROME, Feb. 19 (UP) A spe-
cial Italian Senate committee
today recommended ratification
.- -.. -ri. Accords for a West
European Union, clearing the
way for final floor debate.
, Its action boosted chancel of
premier Mario Scelba having fi-
nal ratification in his pocket
when he leaves for a state visi
to the "U.S. at the end of March.
Approval of the ratification
bill by the committee was an-
nounced at the end of a brief
session this morning. No voting
figures were given.
Senate floor debate on the Ac-
cdrds ovens Thursday, Feb. 24,
with a final ratification vote ex-
pected in mid-MIarch.
Start of the floor debate, ort-
ginally scheduled Mohday, was
postponed by three days to al-
low liberal senators to attend a
meeting of their party's nation-
al council early next week. The
Liberal caucus is intended to
iron out internaldifferences be-
tween supporters and opposes
,of a government compromise so-
lution of an old dispute on land
The chamber of deputies fp-
proved the Paris Accords by a
clear 120-vote majority before
Christmas. The Senate was ex-
pected to follow the lead desp te
anticipated communist oppoi-
tion and street demonstrations.
Ike Gets Award
WASHINGTON, Feb. 19 (UP)-.-
The American Heart Assn. today
Rave President Elsenhower its
"gold heart" award for his en-
couragement of expanded medi-.
The presentation was made by
Gen. Mark W. Clark, national
chairman of the 1955 Heart
Fund, and Dtr.. Cowles Androus,
president of the American Heart!
Assn. and associate professor of
medicine at Johns Hopkins Uni-
versity in Baltimore.
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M E LNIUA CA.A SPARTON
Citnl US Caim~-
Tape R ecorr
Pieu'ts. l' meb
FOSM'TEROWTAES, one mile
WIi-M Santo Clara Beach
Phoe Salboa 3050.
Plil Oceaisi o de cottage s,..
Sofo. plr Bo" t 435, Balboa.
Phone RsPnanm a-1877, Cristo-
Grmndeh's Santa Clara Bech
Cottagt." Modern conveniences,
modeati rotes. Phone Gamboa
ATTINTION G.!1 Just built
modem furnished apartments, 1,
2 bedrooms, hot. cold water. Tel.
FOR RENT:-Furnished and un-
firnlsled 2 &r 4-bedroom apart-
ments. Contact Alhambra Apart-
merits, 10th Street. Phone 1386,
tOR REN7'-Vacation Quarters,
March 3rd thru June. Fully fur-
hed, good location, Ancon.
FOR -RENT:-Furnished aport-
ment: 2 bedrooms, Jiving room,
dining room, porch, 2 bathrooms.
48th Street No. 27, Bella Vista.
FOR REIlT:--Three room apart-
ment. El Coco. Seventh Ave. No.
10. Tel. 3-2189.
FOR RENT:-Apartment 2 bed-
rooms, kitchen, sitting-dining
room. Porros Avenue 56, $65.-
Call telephone 2-2316, 3-0234.
Key apartment 3.
FOR RENT:-Apartment GI in-
.spected 2034 Via Espoio (So-
bonas, $40.00. Phone 3-5692.
FOR RENT:-Modern, ventilated
and screened apartment. W. T.
Lum, No. 61 4th of Julf Ave-
FOR RENT:-2-bedroom apart-
ment, living-dining room, two
.-bths, maid's room, garage,
laundry facilities. 44h St. No.
t 32rApt. 4, Belle Vista. Tel 3-
iFOR RENT:-Nice and comfort-
able oonrtment. 48 St., No. 23,
Apt. No. 2.
FOR RENT:-Small apartments
in Mexico & Ecuador Avenue
"Albertino Ap a r tment." J.
Chompseur. Tel. 2-2419, 6th
Street No. 10. Price $55.00
FOR RENT:-2 bedroom apart-
ment, living-dining room, kitch-
eA. bathroom. 13th Street No.
16, Via Porras.
FOR RENT:-Furnished apart-
ment suitable for two couples
with two outside doors. See
Janitor at 63 4th July Ave. or
call Hopkins, 8olboa 2966.
FOR RENT: One bedroom
modern apartment. 102 Via Es-
pola near Hotel El Panama. Un-
furnished or furnished. Telephone
FOR RENT:-Furnished or un-
furnished room for, bachelor or
working girl. 75, Estudionte St.,
FOR RENT:-Unfurnished room
with service and Independent en-
trance. Suitable for bachelor or
couple without children. ApplI/y
43rd Street No. 15.
ar Great ; Comfortable 2
bedroom chalet with se-
parate maid's cottage, on
20W m2 grounds. Unfurn.
shed, hot water, unsurpas-
sed for children.
Rent $110.00. Location: Al-
tamira, old entrance to
WOLFF AND COMPANY
5th Street No. 22
Meet Monday *
The Catholic Daughters of A-
merica No. 874 will hold a social
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Nixon To Inaugbrat w
US Information Center Here
on Monday at mwraculpua lLedal t -. :
Church Hall on 4th St. and Me- N U o .. .ia r
lendez for its a embers and New U.8 Information Center.
guests. The United States Informationltional Exchange Act Of 1948. The,
Service will soon be operating Congress established the objec-
C ii l u from its new center at 35-02ttives of this Act to be "to pro-
SCOUf IVWS central Avenue. mote a better understanding of
The new USIS building will be the United States in other coun-
S officially indugurated by Vice tries and to increase m'dtual un-
Canal Zone Scouters, together President Richard M. Nixon next derstanding between the. people -
with their, wives, will observe the Friday at 4:30 p.m. as one of of the United States an the
45th Anniversary of the found- the highlights of his visit to people of other countries."
ing of the Boy Scouts of America Panaman.
with -their annual council dinner USISGwas established in Pana- To achieve those ends, UIB',
to be held Tuesday, starting at ma in 1947, since when its serv- Panama arranges fori soholar-
6:30 p.m. Through'the courtesy ices has been available to the ships and awards to Qutalandin
of the Police Association, Balboa Panamanian people. It is pres- a1udents, professors and,epltairl
branch, the dinner will be held ently iindei the drec of Har- leaders of the Republjc to-isalt
at the pistol range on Gavilan ry Casler, publf airs offi- technical and academic centers
Road, Balboa. This,will be an- cer of the U.S. Embassy In the United States, and. for*
other unique activity of the Ca- In the new bulldin.h.(he libra- lecture tours of prominent U.S.
nal Zone Scout Council in that ry will occupy the entire first artists, athletes, labor leaders,
it will be held outdoors and will floor. and professors.
be buffet style. The .offices and various media .
Col. H. O. Paxson, council sections, such as press, radio and, The cultural section ala g
president, has appointed Robert motion picture services, are lo- disseplnates information con-:
C. Woraley, past council presi- cated on the upper floor. On cerning schools and universities
derlt, as chairman of the dinner the upper floor Is a "little thea- in the United States, and is al-
cormittee. He will be assisted ter" for documentaU-film show- ways ready to assist Panaman. ,
by Vincent Biava, awards chair- ings. .,, Ian students in the selection of -
man; W. H. crook, dinner and The USIS motion picture see- institutions of higher education
decorations; Wm. B. Mallory, tion has a film catalogue, ci In the U.S. in which they may
program; Majqr Thomas A. Kir- some 1,000 16 mm-non-commer- continue their studies.
by, tickets; and Cdr. R. S. Paret, clal films, on a wide range of
transportation. Mallory, serving educational subject*. Regular M I D ,. .. :
as master of ceremonies has showings are scheduled for stu- M etVIn .P stponed .U
announced that Chaplain Voight dents, professional and other
Sink (Major), Albrook AFB, has groups. .howings are also made St. Peter's Mutual Benefit So" -
been secured as the guest speak-in interior locaUttes Broughout clety will not, held 'ts regular.
or. jt. Republic by employing two meeting Tuesday off account of
The opening flag ceremony tr ks called Mobile uts. the hoday.
will be in charge of Al. Sloan, The cultural section which is
Jr., district commissioner, with r.lso on the upper floor, is the However, the secretaries will
Rev. Jack Mepuffle, executive ,it primarily concerned with be present in the parish hall on
board member, giving the the operation of the United Monday evening for the collec-
grace. Special entertainment will States Information and Educa- tion of dues. -
be provided by the "Little Ger- "
man Band." A brief report of .. '
council progress will be made by Et
Paxson, president. Pink-shlrted Evangelist Names
An important part of the eve-
ning's activitles- will be.the reg- lI* lI L
gtio of Scouters for sericeS apelyFo M rd r Niht
rendered to the'Scouting pro- Shapey A., F o,M. u'r. '9 .
Igram. Wor ley, holder of the ...- *. '
pIlver BeaTer, will, make this -- o
presentation to an outstanding HOUSTON, Tex., Feb. 19 Detectives found the prints ot
'Scouter. Capt. W. B. Tucker, will (UP)-Detectives questioned a a size six crepe-soled shoe in the
make the presentation Of statu- handsome evangelist who leans house. From the -size of the shoe'
ettes to an additional five Scout- to pink shirts today about the and from the multiplicity and
ers who have been outstanding murder of Mrs. LucilBe :Quarles, coqpparative 11 g h.t n e s. of the
In service. B. I. Everson. council 6, a Eaptist preacher's widow. blows that killed Mrs. Quarles,
vice-president and Eagle Scout, The'evangeUlst the Rev. Jesse they said a woman could have-
will present certificates to an Bolin, 39, finally volunteered to done it.
additional 20 Scouters take a lie detector test/y Papers found In her h o m e
In recognition to those who The detectives undert o o k to showed Bolin and hit 39-year-old
bave taken certain training and yive tests Ito him and to Tressie wife, LelIs, were beneficiaries of .
pSerforme ceitain functions In andy, a shapely, 36-year-o 1 d a $5000 life insurance policy, Po-
Scouting L.B. Burnham, count woman who "does clerical work," lice Lt. W. C. Doss said they
ell training chairman, will pre- and who, the Rev. Bolin said, also were the executors of her
sent seven training awards could provide him an alibi for estate.
Mrs. Robert Dunn, Den Moth- Tuesday night, when Mrs. Quar- Bolin told police he wai a
er, Pack 10, Gamboa, will be the les was killed by dozens of blows friend of both .Mrs. QuarIes and.
first Den Mother irn several years in her home. her late husband and had con-
to earn the Scouter a Award: Ted But previous questioning had ducted evangelistic services at
Marti, institutional representa- made the Rev. Bolin and M i s s the ReV. Quarles' Church. ,
tlve, Pack 11, Pedro Miguel and Bandy so nervous police said the said he borrowed a large sum of
Win. N. Taylor, Scoutmaster, results of the tests were "Incon- money from her and paid it back
Troop 5, Ancon, will also receive elusive." .The doctfives s aid In installments. /
training awards. Training Keys they will hold Ft t hem but
will also be presented to Mallo- without any charge, until they Bolin at one time had used..car
ry, as Cubmaster, Pack 2' Robert can compose themselves, lots in both Dallas and gHpuston.
Rouche, Scoutmaster, Troop 4: Mrs. Quarles' husband, Lewis, He has a green Cadillac in Dal.
Sloan, as district commissioner; who was the pastor of the Curry ls, but left it there and flew to
and Taylor as advisor, Post. 4. Baptist Church, In an upper mid- Houston to be questioned.
Assisting Kirby with the tick- die class district, died about 15 On Wednesday, when he first
et sales are the following: Mal- months ago. Since then, she bad appeared in Houston, he w'a X
lory, Balboa; C. R. Taht. piablo: lived by herself in a white cot- wearing a pink shirt.; He had on
Sloan, Ft. Clayton: Gordon Bal- tage. Soe was worth a least $35,- another pink shirt today.
birnie, West Bank; Vic Young, 000oo. Police said Miss Sandy was a
Gatun; Carl Newhard, Margari- A neighbor and the Rev'. 0. C. 'good looker." Newsmen couldn't
ta. R.. E. Cox, Cristobal; and Lt. Edwards, who took over the Rev. get a good look at her face todaW
Col. Royce Eaves, Ft. Gulick. At- Quarles' pastorate, found her bo- because when she arrived at po-
tendance is limited to 200. cy Wednesday. lice headquarters, she yelled, "No
She had been kled tIn another pictures."
1 ~part of her home and dragged in-
o| the bathroom, where the body A policeman threw her a sweat-
was arranged so the blood from er, which she wrapped around
her head could drain into the her head. The sweater, however,
Bathtub, did not hide her curves.
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needtiA eMrnm be aneepted by tele-
.eets On Monday
The Ladies Auxiliary to Lt.
Garvyn H. Moumblow Post 3876
V.F.W. wUil hold a social meet-
ing at the Post bomb on Monday
at 7:30 p.m.
Parents Will Meet
There will be a meeting of the
Parents Forum on M6nday at
7:30 p.m. 'in the Margarita Serv-
Formation of a PTA on the At-
lantic Side will be discussed.
All interested persons are In.
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IT. rAm& AbkRAICAN AM IMNDBPMNt DAILRT NEWSPAPER
BeAr Airmed PForcesRP Swimmers To Compete Mon
GanhiboMeet-Sp'ecial Troops Meet Kobbe's
'1A in' Attracts'Lleipfnw fr nfnTni
any Entr ies B y WALTER C. WATSON calling the umpires ti 1
ia y Entres what they consmier _s
Pace-setting Sperial Troops, West Bank resumed its win- Judgement, without
now with a five-game lend, ning ways by beating Caribbean fingers and other unnesemacn
As the large number of entries faces the first of three key en- Command 12-7 on Thursday at expressions of contempt in
keep pouring in for the junior counters toni ht at 7:30 at Ft. Coeoll, in a wild and wooly game presence of ealy
ad senior events of th year's Clayton Field wen they that saw both teams send ten youngaters.
a G oan Civic Council Swim l tackle Fort Kobbe's Lifeliners men to bat In an inning, as Bate-i ,,
Meet, it looks as though the in Panama Area Armed Forc- man gave up ten bases on balls AtlantIe Little L u e
umber of entries will surpass es League play. and Miller tweive. I
bm year's number of competi- Nee ding but fo ur wins to as- Bateman hit one batter an Puttn on a stretch drive t
ors. A total of eighty trophies sure a tie and five to sew up struck out eleven while allowing remain in contention for the-
will be contested for in this the title, the hardl-littig only three hits~o win the game. first half championship the
BREAST STROkX cm gON --DA. n Rafferty, former_ c ap are's meet, which were donated Troopers appear on the Clay- Miller, CC's southpaw, gab uP,C oo Solo Braves turned hac I
at nRutg er Atant A.A.U. breast stroke andy various civic organiatlons of ton diamond again Sunday five ilts and kayoed seven. tht e Cub ib Scor
Indi vid cn framer member of the now defunct e Canal Zone. afternoon at two o'clock a- Ramon Cabrera, playlng.hort- of 7 to 3. The lou for the ubS
Bighof Atlantic City, New Jefrey, which against Clayton's fourth-pl:c- stop for West Bank, had three eliminated the" f
wonthe.A. hmplhip,Armedorp and Canal Among the Armed F o r ces erg and again Wedneqday hits in four at bats and drove n chance o oinin the eade
Zone 100-mieer breast stroke champ and Cw-mi flg Instructor champions entered in the comn- night when thev meet second- three runs, as did his rugged The Braves scored all thei
at the Fort Clayto pool. Rafferty is the big favorite n the ng meet are Frank Smith, Pitt- lace Albroo A Force Base. teammate Jimmy button For runs n two b in In
breast stroke event for the Elks Lodge B.P.O.E. 1414 Balboa Tro burgh A.A.U. 100 d. champion: Albrook tries to keep In con- the losers Frink had two hits in first, with the bases loaded, Ltta
phy. Don will use the new legalized "fishtil" troke for the Ed Overton, Flori a HI h School tendon over the weekend hen four trips hit a double to t his t
first time in an Isthmian swimming event. "Flying fish" Raf- champion and record holder: the Flyers host CI:vton this Caribbean Command commit- pi front- 3 to D. Aleguas f t,
ferty will be noshed by EAcobar Bellsalo, a member of the Pan- Don Raffe ty, Eastern Collegiate afternoon and travel to Fonrt ted four errors and West Bank Cubs then settled down to t
ama Olympic swimming team. Either of them could set a new and A.A.u champion. Cham- Davis tomorrow to play iast two as players from both teams .ack Coco Solo for the next
Isthmian record for the breast stroke. Last July 5, Rafferty plons from Panama are Carlos place Army Atlantic. kept circling the bases. ifrn the to Del
came within 8 seconds of the record. With the new t e fish- Beauregard, Alcides Bernal, Rl- Atlantic-alders 'trmy At- During the game one of the went out to itch for the s.
tamil i, Rafferty thinks he can lower re mawl. cardo Beauregard, Mguel De antic and Coco solo get to-. Caribbean Command's managers and gave up he remaining fou
....th se -lwerteHoyas, Robero Gtariebaldo, Jor- ether for an important tilt at was soundly booed for an x- runs to the Braves. a
ge Barcens, Jame Labrador this afternoon on the tended argument with umpire Coo Solito tried to
Evanisto Saenz, Bellsarl' Esco- Sail.. damond. Coco Solo iq Pet I.u'er on a ground rule. in the ame in the fifth S''
bar, Carlos Sayavedra, Alberto In fifth place, one gani. Ahead Far be it from our desire or 3 runs on Lowe's bai o :
Calvo and Eric MufWio Alberto O A-4. Tomorrow afternoon intention to lecture the manager- double and a p balln This i''
champions from the Canal Zone Coco Solo is at Kobbe. yal staffs of Little League base- was their' best effort how' ;
are Bob Connor, John Magee. Joe --. ball but we firmly believe that 'ouInr Dick Pr ospec twir
Blackburn, Ida Strauss, Agnes outbursts of this sort and similar smooth four-h for t, v..
Dube and Shirley Ransom occurences which we have wit-tory
nessed recently are not only un- Coco Solo bad seven hits with
The Junior events are loaded R necessary but definitely are more Karpin-ki getting 2 for Th,
with first class talent and the detrimental to the youngsters blows were struc b u
judges will have their job well than beneficial. ytemin and lowe, each- e
cut out for them in the 14-year- The right of a manager to them getting two-baers with
old events in which swimmers contest the decision of an im- runners in scoring sition.
like Don Ryter, Jim Pederson, pire is undisputed and in organ-1 Games left to cad in first '
Joe Trower, Bob Barnes, Herb Ized baseball the umpire-baling, half tare: nod -a--a l u '
Spector, David Tate, John Snod- big mouthed manager is some- Omaha vs P1olice: Mnd- -aC o .
grass are entered. Representing thing of an institution, even Solo v Mottas: Tuesday at, ,
the fair sex in this age group though they are not as plentiful co ,olo-Police vs Coc Bali
are Sue Lincoln, Grace Argo, as n the days of yore. Wednesday-Coco Cola M
Danielle Harned, Barbar.i Bart- CATCH OF YEAR The Balboa Yacht Club of Balboa, Canal Ily JIM POLLARD However. in Little League base- tual of Omaha
lett. Carolyn Holmes and Judy Zune, at a recent meeting choose this giant mako shark as the Written for NEA Service ball. children are the ones who Standings
Phelps. Entered n the IC-year- outstanding catch of the year for 1954. The award was present- will benefit from the lessons o
old group are such speedsters as ej to the vower boat Skip-Jack II which is owned by Barney good sporamanship they lear W
Martin Holmes and Teresa Dunn. Forgeson and Sam Moody. The angler that brought In this dan- on the diamond and the Impres- Police Pals .........
gerous and every rare fish was C. R. Southwell Jr. who is em- sions they form there may well Coco Solo ..........
The great amount of interest played by the U.S. Navy at. their Miraflores Branch Research stick with them through their mutual of maha .. 4
shown In this year's relays is Laboratory. Southwell Jr. had a strike in July of the same year lives. little Mottas ......
surprising in both the junior and bv the exact type of fish but failed to bring him into the boat. It is as important for them to Coco Solito ... ....
senior events, for no less than He brought this one in o the 11th of November 1954 with a 14/0 learn how to lose as it is to learn Coco Cola ..... ..2
four. teams are entered in each) Penn reel using a 54 thread test linen line. The shark measured to play the game well and we
of these events. Conservatively 100!04" in length with a girth of 41'2" and weighed 298.2 pounds. firmly believe that the League The operation personnel a
speaking, this writer believes He is an extremely fast fish and a tough fighter also known as em would do well in prohibiting its the Atlantic Little L e
w [several new records will be set a dreaded man-eater not to mention the fact that he is harmful managers from prolonged argu- urged not to fo t.the meeti
this coming Monday night, at to many of our finer game fsh in this area. In the last several ments with the umpires and yto be held on ednesa,
Gamboa Pool. Don't forget the years there has been only four known catches of this type fish limiting their right to merely ruary 23, at Margarita.
-" Time '7:00 p.m. Be on hand, if in the Gulf of Panama where this one was hooked. This mako .
you want to see swimming at shark. which incidently is also a new Gulf record catch, was .
I Its best. caught 16 miles South East of Taboguilla. Last years outstand-
.. ..REAER "s' rt Fo r i| okout bv l av accIng catch award was won by Mr. Ted Schmidt when he brought i
RE.ORD BREAKER -- Winners of ist year's Veeran5 of or- II *r In a monstrous 874 pound Black Marlin which also set a new yS I p oU .
eign Wars trophies for the 440 yard free style in record time. s a Gulf of Panama record. Charlie Southwell is shown in above svy i -
The winner was Bob Connor, who will be d ng his title b E U V IWinsphoto holding the nose of tbe Wako-Shark.
Monday night -at the Gambot pool l o10540 flah#oi
second and Ralph Garver, ,h"l'4 d ad .
P ifi il.htLWants Valdes Six Top College Cage BY WTER C. WON
Pac fi Tw li" gha0 t Le agu e W an ts a
55 second Half Schedule MooreFivesoadPollar eanin off, we we it to our As the boys head north
-0-- W R F ( readers to try and explain what sring training the carry
eb 20meNEW YORK, Feb. 19 (UP) NEWYORK, Feb. 19 (UP Vanderbilt Oregon St. WashTHE best break ever got n happened n Caracas. them our best wishes for I
2nd game. 2. Tuesday and Thursday start, declared today "I'm still tn's top-ranked college as ke t U.C.for ther may sound strange, becau good team that was limited in and
ndgm e. ..am esdstart at d hr y adledba, s ll tamet P e th -oado r ethe Al wasy onSy Fb 2 hat maysound sange, because l layersthantebt
Feb. 22 Tuesday: American L- games start at :15 p.m. after that title, and I'll be gnd teams heroad for on ere I was, a 17-year-old kid in teams. Panama had 18 play an we jon with the
gon v. Womack Whisky. 3. Second Team named Is to fight either Nino Valdes or important clashes ra night. The Bru ins came fromiday klanA. CA my home teams. Panama had 18 players tire thma bl
Feb. 24 Thursday: 7461st Sig- Home Team for that game. Archie Moore next month." or ar a d n uina a my last hig h school basketball se and the other three had more wishing our stars we,
nal vs. Lucky Strike. ...... -- e r- -rane--o rth Carr'oib | Sn dd t 4o t' r u nac p-'n yn cut in half and no n chance to than 20. .
Feb. 27/ snday: Lucky Strike They were the two prospec- na state is the only member of nla, 55-4Y, for their eighth con- Enter college at that time and get
Svs. American Legion lacst game; fay Tak etive opponents offered as a re- the United Press"' top 10 withj secutive victory In the South- na full season of freshman play This Is no alibi for the Pan-
7461st Signal va. Womack Whla- ward for last night's lopsided home date. The olfpack vtlle CoaDivisiCon of terene Pac fic However, that mid-school year ama team. As Johnny Fitzger-
ky 2n- --|- decisionevictory over ninth- entertain Maryland in a battle, Coast Conference. Graduation enabled me to play aid told us. "Too much Pue-i
Mar. ITuesday: Lucky Strike Lead In Serbin ranking Charles N .rkus before or first place in the Atlantic' Vhalf a season of togrde .. am o ,
s. Womack Whisky5304 Madison SqareGar- Coast conference. Both teams Villanova celebrated its entry leur basketball before enrolling to Rico." Johnny raved so
Mar. 3 Thursday: 748t ig- All.den. currently are a iportinf a 10-1 into the N.C.A.A. tournament bY t Staniord the next fall. much about the champs that
nal vs. American Legion. w liu w m I record In the Conference. whipping Lebanon Valley, 86-05, It av- me the confidence I he went as far as calling them TODAY 0 .60 .30'
Mar. 6 Sunday: Lucky Strike Norkus was floored once. His in other games .n nolving the in the opening game of a do.' needed because there was no bet-
vs. 741st Signal ltgai: W MIAMI BEACH, Feb. 10 (UP) left eye was nearly closed. Andnation' s elite. Kentucky will beb o le-header at Philadelphia. In er competition anywhere in the a major league team, capable 1:30, 3:0, 5:Ia. M.
mack Whisky vs. Amnerican Le -A hot sun brought ou the best two front teeth were knocked at DePaul. Lasalle at uhllen- te second game, Pennsylvania world at that time than the type of running first, second or PRIMITIVE PA IONS... UN-
glon 2nd game.S In South American Fay Crocker out in the eighth round, along berg, Duquesne at Iianova, strengthene its hold on firstltbupplied by the Phillips Oilers third in the majors. LEASHED IN THE JUNOLI
Mar. 8 Tuesda" UWomyckrayesterday and the tall native of neItheins mouthpiece. None of thert., at Michigan and GeorgeIfeeating -Harvard, d 0-7T.. Bartbeberry, or other top AAU teams So it is unlikely that Panama rLOST
Mar. to h Sday.Ameriate50 grbn e n'she pend'iathreeyigray-haied tex Washington at West VtVirgnla a..each of Penn set a new league lcatuzingm en like Ace Gruening. could have taken It all, but
Lucky Strike Golf Tournament with a three-from Port Washington, y. rec by rabbing 32 rebounds. I was a skinny kid thrown in quite a few of the close ones the
Leina San Francisco, the nation In a battle between two NIT-t(be pivot against them for the answer mlgt have dlffrent hd
Mar. 13 Sunday: Wo aki.nder-par 71. e- thantworounds-one No. I team will be idle. So will bound teams, Dayton turned (olden State team of Oakland, Al Kubski een able to throw InAM
Whisky vs. Lucky Strike Istl Miss Crocker, from Montevl- foul- fifth-ranked Utah and 10th- back Cincinnati, 80-69. behind a and I learned. We did well, too, a long ball hitting pinchhitter.
game: American Legion vs. 7461st i'eo. posted a three-stroke lead Ezzard's next bout must be no ranked Marquette, which al- 27-point effort by Johnny o- going to the finals of the National b-h
aIrqnal 2nd game. vme r Louise Suggs of Sea r hole. earlier than March 25 because n ready has accepted a bid to ran. Frank Paterson Ignored a AAU tourney that year. I dlso We hope that Panama' will
Mars. 15Womack Whisky merIca n Ga.. with a 145 total foeader atty36 holes two-stitch gash at the corner of the NCAA tournament. sprained ankle suffered in the learned from my teammate have better luck next year, when
7 Thursday: 461at 8i-k Berg of iSt Andrews, Ill, ran his right eye and a bruised left first half as he led Colgate to an among them player-coach Bill the Series will be played here,
m ar. 17 Thursdy:ke I461 t Si- erg of St Andrewsg ck to lose.a knuckle require time to heal. The Duouesne-Villanov clash upset 69-59 victory over Penn Wheatley captain of the 193I6 and that Panama will carry a
nal 20v Lucky tr4lst e.Isnat to ghend wittingh a 76. Four of e The ex-champion from Cin- at Phil4delphisa will brint to- State, and Fordham earned its United States Olympic basketball roster equal to the other league's
r 20k Whisky 1st ignea reen shots bounced out of cinnati explained today th t the rether two tournament bound first triumph over Hply Cross in team. entries.
vs W.omack Whske. Aanm :. theel hMte boersd out o eye-cut and the knuekie- ruise,;rvais. The fourth-ranked Duke, 1,. years, 73-61. They took good care of me. "
Lucky Strike vs. American Legion the cup, Miss Berg said, and had handicanped him last .rght who copped two earlier games Other major score.s: South Whenever it got rougeh on the Our sincere congratulation..
2nd game. s came in with a third-place In his first-fight sin"e' last Sep- from the Wildcats this season, Carolina 85, Clemson 68: Virgi- court, I'd feel a big, friendly hand to Humbert Robinsn on h|i m ibb
.Betty Jameson of San Anto- tembr's knockout by champion have accepted a bid to the Na- nia 107: Virginia Tech 59: Wash- ,n my shoulder, a slight push and victory and the setting of abw im
..., Tetty Jamso fofrt h San Auto- Rocky Marciano in their second tiona Invitation tournament at lngton 80. Oregon 60: Oregon st. a growl: "Okay, kid, stand aside. Caribbean Series record for "nth
-, mIo, Ten.. was fourth with a 151, title brawl. He admitted also that ew York next month, while 73. Washington St. 61: Pouthern I'll see to it that big monkey strikeouts with 12 against Cmu-
l. nd defending champion Babe five months of inactivity had Villanova was named to the California 73, Stanford 63. doesn't shove you around." i
T ..O...An Zaharas of Tampa tied t 52 lessened his speed and accuracy NCAA tournament Friday. I__ WHAM!
In Moscw World ThJa e lo ng of H"noulu. U In punching iIn other Saturday games in-A rIt suited me'ine. ,"r,..
her putter func ionin to anr 0BaIet s rrl in my e evolving NIT entries. Man'atten ng ItFairda s T
IerfecUon as wile nold l rdb .e ae fro y be at Army, Louisville at1 __ -
e there eron um-lnn fr b idies on emphasied. 1St. Francis (Pa.), named thl Gamboa Golf And Country Club Encanto tod.y 35, .20
tCeAhe front ninefor ar soin on 4 o It was a comparatively dull week for the Madison Sau ,e l
MOSCOW, Feb. r i d .UP-Ai She went over par on only one bout in which 33-year-old Ez. Garden Jamboree, will be idle. I Come on. all you dubbers. Here EliaeTaylor -
stariosof hap an 'ned skalm ting hol e, takin at six oned the par- rd and 26-year-old Norkus Holy Cross, the NIT defending is a tournament you can finish ou ter. mar'..
stars, nheade by Oenmmnc 500- oive 11th. but regained the missed too many punches. Nor- champion, will play Temole in up without an excuse for a miss- cra sel land blee4e badthe?,nusd Pier e iN
meter champion Ken Hentry of rthke with a birdie on 14 kus fought like a on-ame the feature game ,)f .,double- ed drive or putt ruining your A o rb" se. STORY OF THRE uyo
day in the word P skng he A entina Women's Amateurooks, right unpercuts and mention Hll. The other ameun sl tht s
cnampmo Sd in Moscow's DY- hain onship, Mia Ceroe er short, chopping rights to the will brina, together St. .ohn's of This will be a Mulligan tour- ,nTie. r n M1.n r IDEAL -.
nhmo Stadium. nito ed .profesheonal a year aoo. face. New York and St. Josenh'a. E!'e- nament for all members and Nsedatm m.or a mediu e gso John Payne in
he two deay empetmaon, Althouge he s lta nevsr won top where in the East, it will be Car- their wives. Elhteei holes of ri-ht dowa th. k. ki and sCRO88WIN1
EST, m arked the first .isit for all but three of the 24 tou ram selo at Penn. Br dwn at um rt-m medal wlay on Sunday, Feb. a7 r Tli Od a so oth. dea routemj
United States salbaltea to thes o- ments she has playo4. in the last Pn Sth. ate at yCDu. and. Nwu It udip allouatoeuse tt a and th elr s ms o .r08ea
vi, t capital since World War I.yer. -r5 Penn 8taA. at Syracuset and r Now, it's up to you to use that e e.
..od chan s t ro e i overall, Ma i -- _. tne ..Te_. aee-ettlmcan replay as may bad strokes _..
vtle bItcaise et their su ara bMh ...... "o Minnesns .
tMrta Il the d fe am- o visia bMIchngan in alas you want mnll you have used .
min thelftfa -of 500 ad stowerl wM ;n& pationallv televised matthee up the number -of Mulligan's
in the sters while the50 ropalwy w a 1 at th Pe, while Purdue is at (mto 'ual to your handicap. You can
1ns are eptel to doibette re 3h seeN ancuedk trate, Iowa at Michigan 8tate. use them all on one hole or
insae races of and 1bt car western at Indiana and spread them out wherever you
tale ~~ ~ ~ U logetrceWoiscodnsin.mxnan, aam~need them during tha. eighteen
The oi h o" "of oer major me.: eanisiur- holes If you play wgd ough
th r tide aft""aA, 4 Pt. Bonavontur-st Firan- I ou don't have to use the,, but
Vo. a witie a (N.Y.). Tulans.Ahbasma. Tex- then you lose them. No refund
O s- .Arkanss, L.S.1.-Aburn. Be- t for unused Muallig*ns.
k n. A and riqb No entry fee. but some "m -.
f-otan4, au = rios will be preueTMe.
IN'Mrbe-:h AR those WioiU t aeps
V tq.aF res,- L u. MMtLosAM be 9 W P
Atagl si.h car- i a do so.
pm~pp~~s. l Sam 4sesg4M o hec
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SChar es Camors F ,or., Mr
Charles Clam ors For Moore
POINTED POSE-Ruta Lee.
MOM starlet, says she's "stuck
on" the desert scenery around
Tucson, Ariz. To prove it, she
poses against the prickly limb
of a giant saguare cactus.
For Mr. Orvis
AN INDEPENDENT i *,DAILY NEWSPAPER
Le t the people know the truth and the country is safe" -Abraham Lincoln.
PANAMA, R. P., SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 10, 1955
Today's Nevada Atomic Blast
To Equal 50,000 Tons Of TNT
LAS VEGAS, Nev., Feb. 19 -
(UP)-The Atomic Energy Com-
mission plans to touch off a
giant atomic explosion tod a y
on the heels of yesterday's "ba-
by" bomb that could have been
a tactical weapon aimed al an
"enemy" troop concentration.
Today's nuclear device, contain-
ing possibly one of the biggest ex.
plosive forced ever put together
in five years of testing in Neva.
da, was scheduled for triggering
atop a 500-foot steel tower, weath-
Housed in a "cab" the sise of
a railroad shack atop the tow-
er, it was officially estimated
to be as powerful as 50,000
tons of TNT, perhaps better
than 65,000 tons, the biggest one
ever exploded (1953) at the
Nevada proving grounds.
Under favorable atmoshpe r i c
conditions, the flash of a "big
one" in the past has been seen
for 1000 miles, as far away as
Montana Pre-dawn detonations of
some medium-sized devices have
been sighted n at least three
otates- Nevada, Utah and Califor-
Eugene E. Orvis, employee of The first atomic bomb test of
the Industrial Division at Mt. the 1955 winter-spring series of
Hope and former member of the nuclear test exploded at noon
Cristobal Police Force, died sud- yesterday over the Nevada prov.-
denly at his home In Margarita ing grounds in a "small" air
4,t noon Monday following what drop over the test site.
appeared to be a heart attack. A bomber from the special wea-
He was 59 years old. ons center at Kirtland Air Force
Mr. Orvis came home at noon nEase in New Mexico was the
for lunch and was about to re- means used to deliver the atomic'
.turn to work when he suffered ,mb tc the Yucca Flat testing
an attack and fell to the floor. area, 75 miles northeast of this
His wife put in an emergency desert gambling resort.
call which was answered by the It was the 32nd nuclear explo.
personnel of the Cristobal Fire on on the Nevada desert and the
District. Firemen used artificial 33rd within continental United
rqnlrF.tin rv-id o n inl-alatnr" but stateS.
were unable to revive the strick- The explosion was visible in Laa
en man. Vegas as a slight bright fla h in
.....the sky but the sound of the blast
Dr. Daniel GonUalez, of Coco could not be heard here.
oo Hospital, who arrived with- Observers who had witness s e d
in a few minutes in a hospital most of the previous detonati o n s
ambulance, pronounced Mr. Or- en the desert site estimated the
via dead. explosion had the effectiveness of
Mr. Orvis was born in Brook- 5000 tons of TNT in contrast with I
lyn, N.Y. and had been on the the postponed tower shot which
Isthmus since 1931. He was first was expected to detonate a force
employed with the Canal orga- equal to 50000 tons of TNT.
nization in 1933 on the Pac e Reports from the test area
Locks and shortly after joined said thee was no ground dam-.
the Cristobal Police Force. Since age and that within minutes af-
1944 he had been employed as a ter the bomb was dropped all
machinist with the Mechanical traces of the test were gone.
livialon, now thb Industrial Bu- The small fireball generated by
reau In Cristobal. the explosion lasted about twot
.,. h ''minutes flaming eruptions ofa
liehi. survived by his wife, larger bombs I
Mrs. Orieoia Orvis, o s o ovs.ign- Troop maneuvers were canceled,
ter. Mrs. Betty Page, of l ttery. for the test which was a substi-
ne-drnd Judyv Doris rvis: a tute for the tower explosion or-
brother, Roger A. Orvia, of Mar- finallyy scheduled for last Tuesday
garta; and a sister. Mrs. Vivian morning and postponed from day
.iet, of Los Rios. to day because of unfavorable'
A veteran of World War I, he weather conditions.
was a Past Commander of the The danger of radiation from
lbert 8.. Wald Post No. 2 of the the "Fii-iou of the blast in un-
American Legion. He was also a favorable weather led to the
member of the Margarita Union postponements.
Church. Originally the troops were ached-
kte Orlal services will be held uled to participate in the test by
W aa at 10 a.m. in the occupyinmg trenches 2 1-4 miles
M rtAf Union Church. Inter- from the ground-zero point. But
me fwl lbe hold at Mount Hope instead the troops viewed today's
cemoftery. detonation merely as observers on
a high point a safe seven miles
ATO NationsAdm. Lewis L. Strauss. chair-
iman of the AEC, was among the
R H hfy Col0 active observers but most members of
the point Congressional Atomic E-
Defense Treaty energy Cpmmittee had returned to
W ens I Tre Washington because of the post-
A .NILA. Feb.'10 UfPI -- The ponements.
A$LT nat. ose tiB lUP Their About 50 aircraft, including the
$alATO nations ratified their plane that delivered the b o m b,
ueeUve defense treaty of Sept. took part in the test. Their job
8, 1954 in a simple 23-minute was to chart the course of the a-
ceremony today. tomic clouds and conduct other
*- hcIentficfle checks for the benefit
Vice president and foreign se- ,f ground crews.
(cretary Carlos P. Garcia began So slight was yester d a y's
receiving the instruments of ra-: blast that it failed to interrupt
ttlcation from diplomatic re- the click of dice and the hum of
arewentatlves of the Manila the roulette wheels at the gamb-
eaty this mongng in the main ftg casinos for which Las Ve-
hill of the new department o, gas Is famous.
foreign affairs bult'""* in sruith- The test, however, was but the
pra Manila. first of 10 or 11 detonations ached-
uled for the current series. i
s **- g i- Meanwhile in Moscow, the So-
SCE N T R. A L Will Hold Special
PRICES: 0.60 0.3Q Lenten Services
'- ". ; .o -
* Special Lenten services will a-
gain be held every Wednefsdhy
evening at 7 o'clock at the Re-
deemer Lutheran Church of Bal-
boa, accordInr to an announce-
ment bY the Rev. RHebert T.
bernthal. The history of the
Passion and Death of Jesus
Christ will be presented by word
ITbe Lente eason will be in-
m r M s Ab Wednesday with
OeU I I ati of Ho ug Oomjnu.
A @of men's voiaes
E S p J fla nac V01Cam "man
WHAT H-BOMB MIGHT DO The Atomic Energy Commission
ha. rennraA diia4 *e h t hU .m. H tm b t d kilnl..i. e d..-.. I
also not to Increase their alloca,
Ut fAo military purposes above
the b dgtary level for 1955.
"tis, the Soviet government
presses Itself as favoring the
establishment of appropriate in-
ternmaoal control for obserys-
tin. of the above-mentdo 4 d
Read story on e 7
Cold Whips Across US
Killing .5, Injuring 15
CHCAGO, Feb. 19 (UP)--Snow All other buses were accounted
and cold -driven by strong north far, WyoIU authorities said.
winds laid an ly blanket over A f fullcah bl"sanrd, one of the
the. Rokies and Great Lakes fI of the winter, slammed into
States today. .trap lg travelers, Nebrasil, Kansas nd South Dako-
disrupting traffic, nd- taking tol ta today with gale-driven snow and
of human life. nose-diving temperatures.
At least five persons were dead. Blizzard conditions also prevail-
A rural postman was missing In ed In parts of Wyoming and Col-
Colorado. Sixteen persons were orado as a mass of Arctic air
injured In auto smashups in the whistled in from Canada.
mountain area. West and northwest Nebraska
Far to the East, snow as four heeled unler the first blows. The
feet deep in parts of Maine. stinging snow was driven by wind
fitw plows battered their gusts up to 46 miles an hour at
way treagb'hbeavy drifts and Imperial, Neb., 40 .mp.h. at Bid-
rescued 2 persons, 19 passe-.' ney and 37 at Chadron.
lers and a driver, who had been The mercury began plunging to.
larooned for hours between ward a predicted low of zero to
Rawliss and Reck spri g s, 10 below tonight in western por-
Wyo., for their homes Frid a y tons of the storm, area.
a ght by automobile, turned up In South Dakota 4 to g Inches
sae at 4:30 p.m. EST ina serv- of snow blanketed the Blalk
ce station 80 miles east of Reek Hills and Ia some areas the wind
pings. Two had suffered front Its reached 60 miles an hour.
t. Visibility dwindled rapidly and
William Jump Sets Record
President Eisenhower and oth.
ei high U.S. officials have repeat.- Of Continuou_,
edly urged world control of nuclear
weapons based on an international
inspection system 'to make sure '
control agreement are not violat- 'Tomorrow, wilU mark t h e
ed. golden anniversary of William
No Americans have, however, Jump's employment m the Ca-
vroposed destruction oi A-bomb or nal organisation and 50 years of
the A-bomb triggers of hydrogen continuous service with the same
The reason they have not is His record is unique in many
that atomic explosives constitute respects but particularly that it
a rich energy resource as fuel outdistances in time and contin-
for peacetime power plant. They uous service any ever establish-
easily could be converted from ed by a Panama Canal employee
weapons of war to tools of peace. on the Isthmus.
The President as recently as
Feb. 9 called for an "understand- Jump is now employed as a
ing" to save the world from the timekeeper in the Industrial Dl-
horrors of atomic war. vision and most of his half cen-
tury of service has been in that
on Itamu U UU U LOLU UL d l U A -at was om tese .,a er n last Marc
contaminated a cigar-shaped area extending 220 miles down- That was the day w the world's
wind from the blast. Shaded area on this map translates what b oasted Russia was the world's
that would mean if a similar bomb was dropped on Washington, No.1 wH-bomb wer and thata-
D.C. If the direction of the wind was northeastward, and it mi but not communismoy capi
other conditions were similar to those at Bikini, radioactive a.. oke ut fora "work
fallout would poison a belt of the U.S. extending as far north able inernaonal plan for gener.k
as Yonkers, N.Y. al disarmament" this week, on
viet Union today proposed the In August 1953 the Soviets an- Tuesday.
total destruction of all exist in g nounced they had exploded a hy-. In a statement disclosing that
atomic and hydrogen weapons by drogen bomb. This was confirm. a big H-bomb could poison a re-
all nations., ed by the U.S. Atomic Energy glon as large as New Jersey with
Another provision of the propo- Commission. The Russians explode. lethal radioactivity, Strauss said
sal was for the establishment of ed their first atomic bomb Sept. the commission "hopes that these
"appropriate international control 23, 1949, and since have heId dangers will never be experienced
for for supervision" of the Im- several other A-bomb tests. by mankind." i
plementation of the suggestions. The Soviet proposal today said b makn.
Russia proposed a "world-wide 'The demand for e demand for the destrctlo a
conference on a general reduc- of the existing stock of atomu*I alt Mair gel *
lion of armaments and a banning and hydrogen weapons has raeent.ciLi- R -te 6
of atomic weapons." The confer- zy been made by broad interhi. .
ence would be called by the U.N. tional circles. Ten8-Dollar AW
some time this year. *nI Vm arm a
The proposal also asked that "The fulfillment of this demand
U.N. governments not increase would go far toward the main ror jugguSJol
Iheir military budgets over the goal--the complete banning of a- f .g.s-
1955 level. tomip weapons and the removal Ralph F. L. Blades, employed
Last week Soviet Foreign Min- of this weapon from the arsenals as a blueprinter In the Dredglngrc
sister V. M. Molotov in a speechloi all nations. Division, has been presented
before the Soviet parliament saidI "Therefore, and in addition to with a check for $10 for an em-
the United States was lagging be- the proposals introduced at t h e'ploe suggestion.
h:nd the Communists in the pro- ninth session at the U.N. General Nls is the first award made
duction of hydrogen weapons. Assembly, the Soviet government to a local-rate employee recent-
But in Washington Defense Sec- considers it necessary to propose ly. Blades submitted his sugges-
retary Charles E. Wilson said the'the nations assume the following tion following recent publicity
U.S. was still ahead of Russia in obligations: urging local-rate employes toc
atomic weapons. submit suggested improvements.t
Thursday Britain announced It "I." To destroy. completely the H. L. Donovan. Civil Affairs di-
is developing the hydro gen stocks of atomic and hydrogen rector and chairman of the em-
bomb and will produce it. De. weapons in the possession of the ployes' Incentive Awards pro-
fense Minister Harold MacMil- nations, and to use atomic mate. Kram, urged more employes to:
lan in announcing Britain's de- rlal only for peaceful purposes, submit suggestions at the Jan-
velopment of the H-bomb made It "2. Not to increase their arm- uary conference of Local-Rate
clear it was for use against the ed forces and their armaments a. Civic Courewil representatives
Soviet Union. abovee the level of Jan. 1, 1. and with the Governor.
Blades suggested that a sign
be erected at the end of Morrow
Boulevard In Gamboa to prevent
possible accident. This street Is
a deadend street and ends in an
S The $10 award was made to
the Dredging Division employee
by Julian S. Hearne, chief of the
Hydrographic Surveys Branch of
the Dredging Division, where
SBlades is employed.
UA J;OOL 01!T. MAN-Den't
!4 r "co ldbox.' He'op. I ia M
eem eI eet Itepublic AvitSio's
f. The hosted dummy reP s th I
ad Th eat 1 dSecked under vriou
fjltf-make sure It wl onmle toat
Swor. The new jemt bugs pdo
u .ha m frtm the plane and opens chue 1 .
job. He started work as a "boy"
n the old Gorgona shops of the
Mechanical Division (Industrial
Bureau) on Feb. 20, 1905. not too
long after it was organized as a
division under the Isthmian Ca-
Jump's friends have arranged
to recognize his outstanding
service record on Sunday, Feb.
27, with a program at Rainbow
City, sponsored by the Rainbow
City Civic Council. Gov. Seybold
has accepted an Invitation to at-
tend an participate in the pro-
Although Jump will be honor-
ed for his 50-year record of ca-
ial service, he is perhaps better
known for his service in commu-
nity affairs. He has been active-
ly connected with the Canal
s. PC Service
state of Colombia, Jump got his
first job in 1903 when he was em-
ployed as an interpreter by the
Two years later he got a job
with the shops at Gorgona,
which were the usaiest of the
canal constructin period. A
short time later h wUa made
messenger and during the later
part of the construction period
e wasassigned as timekeeper
at the shops at Empire.
riay South Da 'ads chie&
aly the Black* e wr eo
Tne storm system wis knifg
southward and east and was
expected to bring cold and snow
to Oklahoma and *st Texas and
up to ftur inches of show in west-
ern Iowa and Minnesota by to.
Forecasters said that elsewhere
in the Midwest rain tonight would
turn to snow by tomorrow as the
In Wyoming. the storm dumped
IC inches of snow n Sheridan and
deposited 5 inches at aggle, Col.
At Denver snow and cold ended
a midwinter "heat wave" which
iad sent the mercury up to ST
Cloudy and mild weather pro:
vailed in most of the East, ex.
cept for more wintry weather in
northern New England, Caribou,
Me., received 10 inches of snow
and Rumford, Me., 8 inches.
Chillies weather also spr e a d
through the Ohio Valley, Tennes.
see and northern Alabama. .with
morning lows In Ms and 30s. Light
rain fel in the South Atlantic
Boys 9, irls 2
Eleven births were reported at
Coco Solo Hospital during the
week ending. midnight
Wednesday, accd to the reg-
ular hosplal report.
There were 100 patients a4-
mitted and 101 WAtcharged dur-
ing the period. One death was
Babies were born to the fol-
lowing American citizens: Mr.
and Mrs. Peter Oudluhmas, of
Coco Solito, son; Mr. and .Mrs.
Bill J. Anderson, of Coco Soto,
daughter: Mr. and Mrs. RJrt
Mueller, Coco bolito, son; Mr.
and Mrs. Steve Kuklinski, of Co-
co Solo, son; Mr. atnd.Mrs. 81mo
B. Jones, of OGaun, sen; Lt.
Mrs. Samuel Schaffer, of F
Gulick, son; Capt. and
Thomas Murply, of Fort OGu I
son; and Lt. Oi and Mrs. Ch
Barrett, of Coco Solo, daughter
Babies were born to the follow
ing parents of other natIonall
ties: Mr. and Mrs. Qliver Ifll, o
Colon, son; Mr. and Mrs. Quin
tin Romero, of Colon, son; an
Mr. and Mrs. Natividad TreJos
of Mindi. son.
Zone Community Chest since it Jump was employed on the lo-
was first organized: he was one cal-rate rolls during the first
was first organized he was four years of his employment,
of the founders of the Interna- but was transferred to the U.S.-
tional Boy Scout organization in Rate rolls in 1909. He was placed
the Canal Zone; he aided in the n full charge of the old Mechan-
formation of the Local-Rate Cl- ical Division timekeeping work
vic Councils: and he has active- this 'osition sinecon. nued
ly participated in many other s we known on both sdes
civio projects of a similar n B He is weell known on both sides
civo projects of a similar na-of the Isthmus, as he was sta-
ture. toned at the Industrial Division
headquarters in Balboa from the
Born at Gorgona in 1890 when timed the shops there were open-
it was a French Canal construe.- ed until the headquawers were
tion town and Panama was moved to Cristobal five years
SOUTH BEND, Ind., Feb. 19-
(UP)-James Barry, 21-year-old
University of Notre Dame stu-
dent, was a little late for a court
appearance so he thumbed a
He got to court in time for a
$1 fine on a hitchhiking charge
by Judge George Farage, the
man who picked him up.
WASHINGTON, Feb. 19 (UP)
-The President's foreign trade
program, approved by the House
by only a razor-thin margin aft-
er a bitter tariff fight, headed
today for another rough lelgsla-
tive battle. in the Senate.
Support mounetd In the up-
per chamber, particularly a-
mong Republicans from indes-
trial states, for watering down
the trade legislation by trim-
ming the President's tariff-
Under the bill, the President
s now free to override the tariff
commission when it recommends
tariff increases or Import quo-
fsa on foreman oods which it
has determine -'"e harming
TI? s was a c. ..al issue Ia
Weuse a f- hL Anp teM
RM e vted M3-2 t= exteod
I an ?A
$4 For Speeding
ATLANTA, Feb. 19 (UP)-Al-
derman Ed A. Gilliam was fined
$4 on the first offense of speed-
Gilliam is chairman of the city
TAKE FIVE-During a lull I
the tension, a Natioat GLI
plays with his pet ldcdm. J
Several OOP senators said pri- The President's "reasonable" give him authority to cut tariffs
lately they believe the Presi- 11th hour offer, disclosed by Rep. up to 15 per cent during that
dent's authority to override Tar- Charles A. Halleck (R-Ind.) drew period.
tJf eCoramlson.recommendations a flat turndown from Rep. Dan- Reed's asadmnt would
should be trimmed. lel A. Reed (R-N.Y.). leader of write into the bill the strong-
One said American Industry is a powerhouse drive to trim the est tariff preteetlonist ian-
coming to feel It does little good chlef executive's tariff-cutting gage in the 21-year hd ray of
to take a hardship case to the powers. the reciprocal trade preram.
Tariff Commission it the Prels- it would force the pMedent to
dent can reverse protection The President's offer was re- use the law's escapep clause" to
granted by the commission. played to Capitol HIll as the raise tariffs on foreignoads
The House then voted 295 to House drove toward a showdown when the Tariff commission
110 to approve the overall ad- vote on Reed's proposal to send(finds they threaten American
ministration trade program. It the controversial trade bill back producers. The only exception
will meet Its first Senate test to the Houge Ways and Means would be If the President deter-
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