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The Panama American
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Weekend American
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Panama Times, Ltd.
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daily[ former oct. 7, 1925-dec. 4, 1966]
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On Saturday published as: Weekend American, Dec. 10, 1966-May 5, 1973.

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CANADIAN WHISKY
Janatua American
'Let the people know the truth and the country Is safe" ibraham Lincoln.
Stad TEAR
PANAMA, R. P., SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 24, 1956
FT?! CUNTS

Ernestito Explains
$52 Million Budget

President Ernesto de la Cuardia, Jr. last night describ described
ed described the 1957 bud jet presented recently by his administra administration
tion administration to the National Assembly as "a forward step" and set
it is really $4,000,000 less that this year's "real budget"
figure.
The Panamanian chief executive also told his listen listeners
ers listeners over a nationwide radio hookup the $52,000,000 budget
for next year was "conceived as an instrument to advance
the socio-economic development of the country."
v Accompanied by the members of his cabinet, Mr. de
la Cuardia spoke from the assembly hall of the Panama
University.

Referring to proposed salary
cuts which he and his immediate
collaborators have Included in
the new budget, the President
gave as an example the proposed
elimination of the post of Gen General
eral General Tax Executor, although the
post is now being held by his
brother, and the reduction in
the amount of remuneration to
be earned by consuls, even
though a close member of his
family is one of them.
The salary eats include a re reduction
duction reduction of $100 monthly In the
President's own expense ac account
count account and proportionately in
thos of his cabinet ministers,
ministerial secretaries and
others.
Mr. de la Guardia also made
mention of a change in the tax
office, where 35 collectors who
will now be paid a straight sal salary
ary salary instead of earnings on a
commission basis. This alone, he
said, will save the government
$100,000 annually.
He added that another $14,000
would be saved annually by the
3 Aides
Resign
ftelherland
SO"l$TDlJlfte Netherlands, Nov.
24 (UP) TBrep of Queen Juff.
ana s top palace aides quit to today,
day, today, apparently as a result of dis discord
cord discord in the royal family over faith
healer Greet Hofmans last sum summer.
mer. summer. Departing as of Jan. 1, 1957, "on
then own request" are Baron W.
J. van Heeckeren vsn Molecate,
Brivate secretary to the Queen,
r. f. G. van Maasdijk, honorary
lord -in-waiting to the Queen, and
Miss Msrtine defJong, her private
secretsry:
The roysl announcement msde
no mention of a "reorganization"
of the palace household, recom recommended
mended recommended by a committee of three
elder statesmen, who investigated
to determine how the royal fam family's
ily's family's private arguments leaked out
to the foreign press.
A German magazine first print printed
ed printed a story of "difficulties" at the
Dutch court caused by the influ influence
ence influence of Miss H of mans. It reported
Queen Juliana had brought the
faith healer into the palace to try
to cure the partial blindness of 9-year-old
Princess Marijke, arous arousing
ing arousing the displeasure of the
Queer's husband, Prince Bern-hard.

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MANY SOCIAL HEARTS FLUTTER
AS BLUE BOOK MAKES, BREAKS

NEW YORK, Nov. 24 (UP) A
former football star wss sidelined
todsy but a Kansas-born model
came through with flying colors in
the 1957 edition of the New York
Social Register.
Society's bluebook ended a year
of doubt by giving former model
Ann Crowell Woodward a regular
listing. She accidentally shot and
killed her millionaire turfman hus
band William Woodward Jr. In
1955.
Since the s h e rt 1 n g occurred
While the 1956 register wss going
to press, Mrs. Woodward's status
wss in doubt for 1957.
But former University of Ken
tucky football star John Sims
(Shipwreck) Kelly lost his regular
listing because of his divorce from
glamorous socialite Brenda Frai
ler. The register did mention
briefly Kelly's marriage to the
former Catherine Kay. Han
non, a non-listee. .but he lost his
fine of type among the regular
ranK,.
Kelly's ex-wife retained her list
inp under the name of Mrs. Fraz-
ler Kelly.
The register, which is ruled by
a railroad conductor's daughter
who has never rated a mention
herself, turned thumbs down on
Richard Aldrich who twice mar
ried actresses.
Aldrich first wis dropped from
the Biuebook to which he was
born because of bis marriage to
actress Gertrude .Lawrence. The
register relented when she died
and reinstated Aldrich. But Aid Aid-rich's
rich's Aid-rich's 1955 marriage to actress
Elizabeth Body made him s two two-time
time two-time loser in the 1957 edition.
The marriage of Sylvia White-

elimination of seven consulates
and 27 diplomatic posts, and
$70,000 by the dropping of four
legations in countries having no
diplomatic representation in
Panama.
The president also chided the
teachers, who recently staged a
demonstration to clamor for
salary increases, for using "tac "tactics
tics "tactics of intimidation" in present presenting
ing presenting itheir demand.
He revealed he WS taking
steps to form a committee to
study the local public trans
porta tion I system for a solu solution
tion solution to the present situation,
in view of the faet that' he
does not believe that the re recent
cent recent bus strike, In wh'eh the
chauffeurs won a five-cent cut
in the price of gasoline, has
improved their working condi conditions
tions conditions and take-homo pay in
any way.
The chief executive also lash lashed
ed lashed out at those local industrial industrialists
ists industrialists who are waging a campaign

against the administration bill
to foster economic development.
He pointed out that laws are
passed to protect Panamanian
industry against foreign compe
tition, but it would not be right
to force consumers to buy local
products at higher prices than
foreign products; nor for the
government to deprive itself of
thousands of dollars in taxes,
without taking steps to see that
local investors comply with their
obligations.
Tries To Pass Car,
Loses Control, Dies
A 20-year-old Panamanian,
employed by the PanCanal
Locks Division at Gatun, died
yesterday of injuries suffered
when his automobile spun out
of control and smashed into a
tree on Bolivar Highway.
He was Sidney Fernandez Da Davis.
vis. Davis. Davis died in a Coco Solo hos hospital
pital hospital four and one-half hours
after being admitted with in internal
ternal internal injuries.
Police said that Fernandez,
driving alone at 7 a.m. near
Mlndi Dairy, was passing an another
other another auto too fast when he
met an oncoming car. He swerv swerved,
ed, swerved, police say, skidded on the
wet highway into a drainage
ditch and hit a tree. Fernandez
was thrown from his auto when
it hit the ditch.
house and Robert Orris Blake, of
the U.S. State Department, rated
only a brief notice. The new Mrs.
Blake is the daughter of an old
Newport family and niece of Am
bassador to Britain Winthrop W.
Aldrich.
But Laurance S. Rockefeller's
daughter, Laura, had better luck
with her marriage to an outsider,
James h. case 3d, son of the pres
laent ot coigaie university, wl
wss recognized in the 1957 re
ter. ineir June marriage was
termed New York's "wedding of
the year."
The register as ususl ignored
Winthrop Rockefeller, Gloris Van Van-derbilt,
derbilt, Van-derbilt, James Roosevelt and the
Alfied Gwynne Vanderbilts who
have been involved in martial
troubles.

AFLCIO Leader DaveDubinsky To Speak at Balboa Theater

Isthmian residents will have
an opportunity next Tuesday af afternoon
ternoon afternoon to hear one of the lead leaders
ers leaders of American labor speak
when David Dublnsky, president
of the International Ladies'
Garment Workers' Union, will
appear op a program being ar arranged
ranged arranged at the Balboa Theater.
The program will begin at 4:30
p.m.
This will be another in the se series
ries series of "Outward Look" programs
sponsored by Gov. W. E. Potter
to give Canal employes an op opportunity
portunity opportunity to hear outstanding
leaders during visits on the
T.fhmn. j,. jnm, 'ul

The program Tuesday will be

Ike Invokes Taft-Hartley

Boyd Endorses
Suez Group,
Lauds Panama
NEW YORK, Nov. 23 (UP) -Panama's
Foreign Minister Aqui Aqui-lino
lino Aqui-lino Bovd sDoke on the Middle
East debate today, endorsing the
U.S. nroDosal advanced earlier
this week that the assembly set up
a commission to work out an a a-greement
greement a-greement with Egypt and the us
ers association for a speedy reo
pening of the canal.
Boyd expressed regret for Pa Pa-nsma's
nsma's Pa-nsma's exclusion from the Lon London
don London Users Conference and em em-ha
ha em-ha sized the similarities between
the Sues and Panama Canals.
"Just as Egypt unquestionably
holds sovereign rights over the
Suez Canal, ho said, "the Pana Panama
ma Panama Canal was built in Panama Panamanian
nian Panamanian territory and therefore Pa Panama
nama Panama has sovereign rights in
spite of the fact that it ceded to
the United States rights for
maintenance, operation and pro protection
tection protection of the Canal." He said
the U.S. -Panamanian treaty con contained
tained contained similar regulations to the
1888 convention on the Sues Ca Canal.
nal. Canal. Ho also noted that Panama
ranks sixth in world merchant
marine size and is one of the
main users of the Suez Canal.
"It is the hope of Panama," he
said, "that despite its exclusion
from the London conference, due
regard will be paid to the justified
claims of Psnama to be a mem
ber of any commission studying
the Sues Canal nuestior..
Help RP Youth
Get Artificial Eye
An eight year -old Panamanian
boy happily returned to his home
recently after being fitted with an
artificial eye that he had waited
for three long months.
Little Ramon Vergara, whose
home is in Cameron, R. de P., lost
his eye a year ago when he was
struck with a stone while playing
nesr his home.
When members o' the Fort Kob Kob-be
be Kob-be Officers' Wives' Club heard
about his case, they offered to pay
for an artificial eye for the boy.
In August' he was taken to Santo
Tonus Hospital where he had to
be treated for other illnesses be
fore the surgery for putting in the
eye could be performed.
He returned home from the hos
pital on Oct. 18, and waited for al
most a month until Dr. Cerve Cerve-ra
ra Cerve-ra of the San Fernando Clinic
could obtain the eye to fit him.
Surgical and hospital expenses
were borne by the Government of
Panama.
In addition to paying for the
eye. the members of the Kobbe
club kept him supplied with comic
books, cookies and candy and help1
ed to brighten his long hours in
the hospital. Also the club outfit outfitted
ted outfitted him from head to foot when
he left the hospital last month.
8
Soldier Resting
Well Alter Getting
Shot In Stomach
Sp-3 Dimas M. Lomelli, of the
534th Military Police Platoon
(Service) at Fort Clayton, is re-

wheMprted resting well today at uor uor-gpBks
gpBks uor-gpBks Hospital after being shot in
was tne stomach Friday by another

soldier.
The Army said that Lomelli was
accidently shot by Privste Rich
ard Neve, also of the 534th mf u-

nit, while on duty at the Curundu attack on French womanhood. It
main gate. is a story of -bewilderment and
His condition, following surgery) confusion, and it deals with a situ situ-Friday
Friday situ-Friday at Gorgas, is reported "notjation in which Americans abroad
serious." often iind themselves."

held in the Balboa Theater to
provide maximum seating capa
city. The meeting will be open to
the public and 'an Invitation to
attend is extended to both civ civilian
ilian civilian and uniformed personnel of
the Armed Forces in the Canal
Zone.
Dubinsky is arriving on the
Isthmus Sunday night on a
goodwill tour of Latin America
being made by George Meany,
president of the American Fed Federation
eration Federation of Labor and Congress
of Industrial Organizations.
Other labor leaders accompa
nying Meany include seranno
Romauldi, Inter-American Rep-
resentative of AFL-CIO, Phil'

TRUCK FALLS IN DITCH Boys give ft helping hand to worker trying to secure four logs
on a flat-bed truck which was eased into a ditch in one of the flooded areas of Juan Diaz
during yesterday's rain, which caused the Juan Diaz river to overflow its banks.

It Was a Frog-Strangler;
Rains Harass Zone, Panama

Residents of the suburban
Francisco Arias Paredes devel development
opment development were marooned for
hours yesterday when the rain-
swollen Juan Diaz river over overflowed
flowed overflowed Its banks during yester
day's nerther-vtype storm which
rut bom aides oi tne jstnmus.
Traffic between Panama City
and the town of Juan Diss wee
disrupted for hours until the rain
laiMntd and the river began to
recede from the flooded highway.
Property damage wai considerable.
U5IA Won't Include
Book On French
Girls On Its List
WASHINGTON, Nov. 24 (UP)-
The U.S. Information agency de
nied today that it is trying to pre
vent the overseas sale of novelist
James T. Farrell's book "French
Girls Are Vicious".
But it acknowledge it has re
fused to include Farrell's collec collection
tion collection of short stories in s govern government
ment government program which guarantees
publishers they will be able to
get any profits from book sales
out of foreign countries.
Farrell recently accused the a-
gencv of engaging in bureaucratic
censorship and of discriminating
against his books.
He said there was nothing
wrong with French bins Are
Vicious" and suggested that the
USIA was judging books "by their
titles and not by their contents."
A USIA spokesman said the
book was "not consistent with ob objectives
jectives objectives of our overseas informa
tion program .... to convey a
better understanding of the U.S.
policies and objectives and the A A-merican
merican A-merican way of life."i
F.ut he said the publisher is per
fectly free to sell it abroad and
that 13 other Farrell books have
been approved for the guaranty
program.
The Agency apparently feared
that France would complain if the
U. S. government endorsed
Fr ench Girls Are Vicious by ap
proving it for a contract.
Farrell said his book "is not an
Pearl, and Morris Novik.
Meany and other members of.
the group, together with promi prominent
nent prominent labor leaders of the Canal
Zone will be Invited to attend
the Balboa Theater program.
Potter yesterday expressed his
pleasure upon learning that Du Dubinsky
binsky Dubinsky has accepted the invita invitation
tion invitation to speak to the public dur during
ing during the visit nere-
Dubinsky Is not only one of
the powerful labor leaders of the
United States but is one of the
most colorful men in national
life.
He was born in Poland and
cams to the United States when
he was less than 20 years old.

. 0

On the Atlantic side, six of
the spillway gates at Oatun Dam
and all four drum gates at Mad
den Dam had to be opened to
control flood waters. It. Was the
first time this year that.as many
as six of the spillway gatts wer
opened at the sam tian.
Teatowtx rap. atao
minor damage Si Rio Abejo and
Parque kefevre when water flooded
the ground floor! of several houiea.
Traffic in oaveral parts of Pan Panama
ama Panama City alto was disrupted when
ets became flooded
hipping in the canal was re
ported to be unaffected although
the large oresnip Marore expe
rienced a slight delay at the be
ginning of her transit from Crls
tobal to Samoa by nign wmas.
Stormy weather was experi
enced both Thursday and yes
terdav. Thanksgiving Day pre
parations were disturbed in Bal Balboa
boa Balboa by a thunder storm during
which lightning struck a tree on
Morgan Avenue and completely
destroyed a radio aerial.
SHE MEANS IT-Close
friends of actress Geo Moore,
above, insist she's dead serious
about her plans to run for
governor of Louisiana in 1960.
"And why not?" asks Cleo.
"All good politicians are good
actors, so what's so funny about
an actress being a politician?"
Soon after his arrival in New
York he learned the women's
coat and suit cutting trade and
joined the Cutters' Union.
His ability as a leader was
soon recognized and his rise to,
one of the top positions in the
American Federation of Labor
was rapid.
In addition to his work in the
labor movement In the United
States, Dubinsky has participat participated
ed participated in many international labor
councils and has been active in
several other fields.
After the union of the AFL
and CIO last year, Dubinsky was
elected vice president of the new
joint organization.

LasiV m asV 4tW-

Nagy 'Napped
And Hungary

Irked Afresh
VIENNA, NOV. 24 (UP) --Hungary's
Hungary's --Hungary's desperate but defiant
rebels were today expected to
demand the release of exPremie
Imre Nagy, kidnapped by the
outrslion of
crush the fre
and any means.
The two-way "total strike"
continued, and the disappear disappearance
ance disappearance of Nagy was a new impe impetus
tus impetus for the workers to st'ck it
out until their demands were
met.
The puppet government of
Janos Kadar and its Budapest
radio mouthpiece did not tell
the people of Yugoslav charges
Nagy and his colleagues were
taken at gunpoint by the Rus-
iir BeCui
guarantee of safety from tne,'
government.
Yugoslavia was expected to
formally protest to Russia
over the Soviet "kidnaping"
of Nagy.
The bold seizure of Nagy, who
spent 20 days In refuge at the
Yugoslav embassy in Budapest,
brought worsening Boviet-Yu-goslay
relations to rock bottom.
It was widely publicized In the
Yugoslav press today.
It followed a week of bicker bickering
ing bickering between the two Communist
states over Soviet satellite poli policy
cy policy and Communist theory which
exploded yesterday in the Soviet
Communist party organ Pravda.
The newspaper flatly accused
Marshal Tito of trying to break
up the communist block and
charged he was portraying Yu Yugoslav
goslav Yugoslav socialism as the "most
correct and even the only possi possible
ble possible way."
The socialist alliance newspa newspaper
per newspaper Borba today reprinted the
full text of the long Pravda ar article.
ticle. article. It made no comment.

dom fiffbt by all hmn ul ihiyiing tmmjhmiu 1? nnoy contnoutmhs ioi

1 Red Shot. 1 Caught, 1 Escapes
From Police For Breaking Boundary

VIENNA, Nov. 24 (UP) Police
killed a Russian soldier who croas
ed the border into Austria today in
an attempt to block Hungarian ref
usees fleeing to the West.
A government spokesman said
another Russian was captured and
a third escaped after they violated
the clearly marked frontier near
Rechnitz. Austria probably will
protest the incident to Russia, the
spokesman said.
The clash at Rechnitz was the
gravest incident of a day which
saw the Russians tightening up all
along the border. But half-frozen
Hungarians continued to escape
despite the Russians' best efforts,
and the number that has reached
Austria was expected to pass
70.000 durina the night.
The Vienna Kurlejr reported that
Russian guards killed 20 fleeing
Hungarians Thursday night and
captured several hundred more,
but the report could not be con
firmed immediately.
It was known that a record 6,000
bedraggled Hungarians struggled
to freedom through frontier water waterways
ways waterways Thursday night, increasing
the total in Austria to 66,000 early
today.
In Vienna, a teen-age Hungarian
soccer team caught in the Austri
an capital when the revolt in Bu-l

WASHINGTON, Nov. 24 (UP) President Eisen Eisenhower
hower Eisenhower directed the attorney-general today to seek an 80 80-day
day 80-day injunction halting the nine-day-old Atlantic and Gulf
Coast dock strike.
The White House said assistant attorney-general
George Doub would file the government's petition in Fed Federal
eral Federal court in New York City this afternoon.
The President acted immediately after receiving a
50-page report on the dispute from his special fact-finding
panel.
He said in a four-paragraph fetter to Attorney-General
Herbert Brownell Jr., that the walkout, if permitted
to continue, "will imperil the national health and safety."

He directed Brownell "to peti petition
tion petition in the name of the United
States in any district court of
the United States having juris jurisdiction
diction jurisdiction of the parties to enjoin
the continuance of such strike..."
"The continuation of thla Is Issue
sue Issue as an unsettled matter." it
said, "is preventing the comple completion
tion completion of collective bargaining
contracts In all ports."
A court order Issued Wednes Wednesday
day Wednesday bans the union temporarily
from pressing this point. But the
union's Interest in the matter
has not subsided.
The board listed 12 other "ma-
'1ap nolnts" tn th. norlvtnff rlis-
ltr n u, th. ;t
try-wide bargaining, followed by
wages and terms of contract.
It laid the I LA haa asked for a
J 2 -cent hourly pay increase for a
two-year contract. The shipping;
companies, in turn, have lug netted
spreading the 32 cents over throe
yeara, ft said.
"The union haa not wholly
rejected the three-year agree agreement,
ment, agreement, but states that It will ac accept
cept accept It only on condition that
the employers agree to some
form of industry-wide bargain bargaining,"
ing," bargaining," the panel said.
Pretty Fast
LONDON, Nov. 24 tUP)-Brltish
atomic experts plan soon to build
a tt) million atom-smasher which
they nope will accelerate sub-
microscopic particles to speeds as
high as 184,000 miles a second, it
was reported today.
The new research instrument
will be bigger than the University
of California's massive Betatron.
dapest started Oct. 23 decided to
day to reject Communist orders to
return home.
The soccer players decided in a
body to seek asylum as political
reiugees.
Ia the Neusiedler Lake area,
where the Russians dynamited
most border-crossing bridges Wed
nesday. boatloads o f heavily
armed Soviet and Hungarian sold soldiers
iers soldiers patrolled border waters today
under the direction of Russian of officers.
ficers. officers. The refugees braves frostbite
and erposure to flee to the West
t escape a double threat the
fear that Soviet infantry reinforce
ments pouring into Hungary soon
might make it impossible to
avoid deportation to the slave
iamps of Soviet Siberia.
While refugees poured in by the
thousand, Western nations were
able to evacuate them only by
hundreds. About 500, including 132
bound for the Unittd States, left
Austria today.
Th U.S. Air Force was ferrying
83 tons of housekeeping supplies
from bases ia England and France
to help care for the refugees.
The Austrian government con considered
sidered considered reopening a 33,000 man
barrack in Salzburg, vacated last
year by American occupation
troops, to house some Hungarians.

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Law

Injunction
Against
Dockers

The shippers, the panel said,
have "completely rejected" th
union position, and their last
wage offer for two yeara was a
20-cent boost.
niority for hiring purposes, lim limitation
itation limitation of sling load, clarifica clarification
tion clarification of the selection of hiring
foremen, and strengthening oi
the grievance procedure.
It was the third time President
Elsenhower has invoked the na national
tional national emergency provisions of
the Taft-Hartley labor law.
Baby, It's Cold!
Ohio, New York
Hil Hard By Snow
ERIE, Pa., Nov. 24 (UP)-Lafc
Erie shore resident struggled to
dig out today from a Thanksgiving
Day snowfall that forced helicop helicopters
ters helicopters to carry food to Isolated a a-reas.
reas. a-reas. The storm dumped two to
three foot of snow along o 150 150-mile
mile 150-mile stretch of Lake Erie's
southern shore from eastern O O-hio
hio O-hio to western New York.
National Guard tanks, s p e air air-heading
heading air-heading an army of guardsmen,
civil defense workers, Boy Scouts
and municipal crewmen, plowed
at least one lane of traffic through
all major arteries in Erie, hardest
hit city.
Dairies, bakeries and fuel com companies
panies companies worked round the clock
schedules to feed and warm th
district. x
Mayor Arthur C. Gardner indl-
imnncAd nn fho Altv in4 14A Ann a
idents misht be lifted later todav.
The weather bureau forecast on only
ly only flurries of snow through tonight.
But temperatures below 20 de degrees
grees degrees froze snow drifts into solid
ice in the path of snow removal
crews. The predicted high for this i
after was 26.
At least 11 deaths wore blam blamed
ed blamed on the snow end cold. Slip Slippery
pery Slippery highways, exposure and ex-
haustion killed three person
each in New York and Indiana,
two in Pennsylvania and en,
each in Ohio, Michigan and l.
wa.
Col. Donald Hay, commander of
Pennsylvania National Guard unit
in Erie, said the crisis appeared
to have passed in the city. Outly Outlying
ing Outlying districts, however, still count counted
ed counted on emergency transportation
tor food and fuel.
Soviets Harass
British Trains
BERLIN, Nov. 24 (UP) Riu Riu-sian
sian Riu-sian guards at the border of East
Germany halted British army
train; headed for this Soviet Soviet-encircled
encircled Soviet-encircled city twice this week Is
a nuisance campaign which may
presage a new blockade of Waist
Berlin, it was reported today.
British authorities emphasized
that there was no serious delay ia
either case.
On both occasions, the Russians
demnnded complete lists of pas passengerswhich
sengerswhich passengerswhich never had beea
necessary in the years the Ws
em allies have been running daily
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JOB OPPORTUNITIES

Sir:

Reference is made to the letter which appeared in this
column on Nov. 12, concerning equality of job opportunities in
tha Canal Zone. The crusading author used the initials
"D HE Jr
This man touched off an important issue, but he was obvi obviously
ously obviously pulling punches. Here are the ;"aw facts:
a) In the Ordnance Maintenance Shop about 69 "Local?
Rate" automotive mechanics of various grades are supervised
by "leaders" and foremen having less knowledge and experi experience
ence experience In that line of work than they. Most ot these "Local "Local-Rate"
Rate" "Local-Rate" journeymen are graduates of local trade schools Es Es-cuela
cuela Es-cuela de Artes y Oflcios, Escuela Don Bosco, La Boca Occupa Occupational
tional Occupational High School, etc. Those that did not attend accredited
trade schools acquired their technical know-how and skill by
long years of practical experience. Their employment record
cln establish this fact. Conversely, some foremen lack this
prerequisite. This essential background is missing.
b) In the field of crafts there are varying degrees of skill
and ratings. The classification runs thus: apprentice, journey journeyman,
man, journeyman, foreman, master. This is natural progression. A fore foreman
man foreman should possess superior skill to that of a journeyman. The
'fcocal-Rate'' journeymen were required to demonstrate prac practical
tical practical application of their skill, andor present their credentials
prior to being hired.
c) Two or at the most three of the mechanics in this
btoup of 69 have reached the maximum grade and step -LM-18,
$1.38 per hour. This la the celling top pay for top
ffght automotive mechanics. The less prepared U.S.-R .ate
"Seders" and foremen scamper away at the lively gait of $3.69
tr hour If this Isn't job discrimination, what is? Where Is
Sat bilateral treaty provision assuring equal Job opportunity
it) the Canal Zone?
d) The Corps of Engineers glvej more recognition to locally-educated
Panamanian employes. Many Panamanians em em-Wed
Wed em-Wed as Journeymen, draftsmen, construction foremen, etc.,
IK 20 to 30 per cent more than $1.33 per hour. But even here
thremployment situation could be better, fairer, pemonstrat pemonstrat-eH
eH pemonstrat-eH ability is not the determining factor it should be In ad advancing
vancing advancing employ Nationality and ethnic origin are more lm lm-jjdrtant.
jjdrtant. lm-jjdrtant. !' e) There are several dislocations in the Ordnance Section.
Phe right people are not In the right places. Round I pegs don t
m into square holes. The supervisors are cognizant of this
cflpdition. .iDriDTa th.rA la a onfiiet between nre-

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b) The UJSaft. worm leaaersiup awamvii "wvwo hj
much criticism. Nevertheless, she is bound to fulfill her obliga obliga-So
So obliga-So to lister nations, etpecially if they fulfill their commit-
The'buse of Form 80 was reported in this column dur during
ing during the early part of this year. Ordnance Management has
been lax on this score.
1) The Ordnance clerical personnel are as well grounded
as that of any other comparable technical service, but they
should be shifted around for maximum utilization. Realloca Reallocation
tion Reallocation or redistribution of job assignments may be the cure.
J) The Civilian Personnel Office is responsible, directly or
indirectly, for many Irregularities prevailing in USARCARIB
employment practices. Maybe certain key emp oyes determine
the oractlces which conflict with prescribed policies. What we
need here is a Central Intelllgen6e Agency to stand as watch watchdog
dog watchdog over these errant policymakers.
Straight-Shooter

le

two

o world wars ,nTcenitant dlMaWu.

Labor News
And
( iomment

Better Late Than Never

THANK TOU ALL
Sir:
! I am doing well In recovering from the successful cardiac
operation I underwent at Hahnemann Hospital and College in
Philadelphia, Pa., five months ago, performed by Dr. Charles P.
Bailey and his staff. ,
' I wish to thank all those who were doing their best to
help me while I was In such a bad conditions and once more,
to let me use your column to express my most profound grati gratitude
tude gratitude to R. Q. Condon, President, Local 13, I.A.F.F.C.Z. and his
airrterv. Joseph P. Dolan, Ruperto Cleghom and Luis Orsinl

of the NCO. Club of F. F. of Panama, who took upon their
ahbulders' the responsibility of my case, and went through a
crusade to safe, my life.
In doing this they got the full cooperation of the Five
fighters in the Canal Zone and some organizations and per per-aons
aons per-aons such as the Engineer Department, USARCARIB, who
named a group of supervisors and authorized them to accept
the voluntary donations to assist In this cause. As they did in
many cases before, they went to work and I consider that they
did a very good Job.
Thank to them, and to Col. 1. A. Cleve, chief of medical
service of Gorgas Hospital and his staff who kept and keep
me under their supervision, to Martin J.' Hayes and Charles
Leslie, of the Engineer Office, Mrs. Constance Humphreys and
Mrs. Elizabeth Bell, R. fe U. Dlv., of the Opern. Branch, R. ft U.
BTv, Cecil Vockrodt and Earle Best, Charles V. Youngblood,
chief, Roads Section, In association of George Curb, Frederick
W Evers, 8. Todd, W. R. Gaylord, Roy T. Harris, W. J. Tuttle,
Alpha R. Prescott, Eric G. Mayers, and the employes of Las
Cruces Yard, to Drs. De Alba, cedeno, Fllos, Frank P. Smith
and A. Tomas de la Guardla, Gorgas Hospital and to Dr.
Gulllermo Gonzalez Barrientos of Panama Hospital, to tat
United State Embassy and to the U.S.A. Government, and to
lomero Velasquez and his wife, Panamanian consul at the
time In Philadelphia, and all and each member of the Hahne-
Einn Hospital who did their best for me while I was in that
stitutlon to all and each one of this persons my eternal
Ketltude and that of my wife and children. I know that if
not were for all of them I could not have been here writing
these lines.

Orlando de la Guardia

MERE DETAIL

I Obviously Tim Tripod is a person who (1) has no guts
this comes from having to use a fictitious name Is he asham ashamed?;
ed?; ashamed?; (2) has a "dualpersonality" shown by a change of tone
fii his two recent letters, one was critical and bitter of Albrook
K Albrooks fans, the other showed sympathy for certain Al Al-brook
brook Al-brook players; and (3) is irresolute, in that he must be very
easily swayed to change his thinking In such a short period of
Bt would seem that the first letter 'was written by one of
the referees or poslbly a "teetotaler." However, the second
Her was composed by a child or a person with the mentality
l child. A look into the background of the "harsh" detail
Tim referred to would certainly not cause a person with aver
age intelligence to Write a letter as Tim did.
It takes all types of people to make up this world of ours,
and this is one type that should be eliminated well we can
' lope to anyway.
P. J. Leavens

By VICTOR KIISIL
A spectre stalks our western
world. He is V. K. Krishna Men Men-on,
on, Men-on, the menace who walks like a
man. While we send wheat to In India
dia India to feed its good people, India
sends us Menon to feed us the
Soviet line.

The other day the spectre

stopped in at the U.N. Long
enough to report gleefully that our
embargo of strategic goods
against Red China had failed. He

reported thr.t while visiting nis
good friends in Sovietized China,
he had found it "remarkable that,
in spite of the embargo, there wis
so much European and American

goods."

This put a warm gleam in the
eye of the man who had been so
close to the British Communists
for so long in the years before Mr.

Nehru personally picked him to

speak for India across the world

Well, we have an item or two for

Menon which might not give him

such glee.

First, we'd like to report that
Menon is in trouble with nis home

office as a result of an unpubli

tized telegram his boss, Mr. Neh

ru, received the other week from
Walter Rcuthcr.
The American Auto Union chief

dispatched an angry cable to

New Delhi early this month when
Nehru took the western invasion

of Egypt as a personal insult but
was ever so casual about the 5,000
tanks and 10 army divisions Rus

sia usee to kill 65,000 Hungarian

fighters for decency, including

women and children.

This blistering telegram was

one which Nehru, the nabob of

neutralism, couia not e asuy is

nore. Reuthor had flown to India

this spring and had been intro

duced as one of America's most

fervent friends of the Indians

and this must have happened
many times, for Walter Reuther
delivered 116 speeches in some

two weeks.

Still, here was Reuther now ca

bling Nehru that failure to come
to the support of the Hungarian
people would hardly contribute to
good will in the U.S. for the In

dian people or for Nehru himself.

Reuther urged Nehru to issue a

vigorous statement condemning

the Soviet suppression of the Hun

garians. There was much more,

including criticism of Nehru for

having failed to instruct Krishna

Menon to place the Hungarian

quesuon on the U.N. agenda.
This telegram hit Nehru hard

JReuther speaks for a section of

ericans who have long fought
New Delhi. Without the sun-

i t of this bjoc, India would have

friends of influence in

the U.S.
Within 24 hours after the receiot

of the cable, Nehru began seeing

some of the bloody handwriting
on the crumbling walls of Buda Budapest's
pest's Budapest's workers' homes. Glumly,
the Indian leader began criticiz criticizing
ing criticizing the Russians as well as the
British and French. Some nd

neutralists really bothered the

fellow.
Also, Nehru cabled Menon, who
just as glumly then voted to put
the Hungarian question up for dis discussion
cussion discussion in the U.N. And word soon
made the rounds in the circles
known as "informed ', that Men Menon
on Menon may not be stalking the world
much longer for Mr. Nehru.
Menon may soon be recalled.

When and If he is, he may want
to carry with him the news that

the unions of the western world

are going to see to it that Red

China and all the rest of the Rus

sians are no longer laden with

as much strategic goods as delight

ed me nean of India s Kremlin-

loving Krishna when last he was

in China.

Menon might like to know that
next week, in Brussels, the high

command oi me anti-uimmunist
global labor organization will
meet with the high commands of

international union groups known

ls secretariats. One of these, for

example, win report on its nam

tj slash all rail, plane and ship
movements of goods to and from
Russia and its bloe iron and
bamboo curtained.
There will be the leaders of the

International Metal Workers Fed Federation,
eration, Federation, in which Reuther is
mighty active. It will be difficult,
but it will be arranged so that
the metal werkers of the free
world do not produce any equip equipment
ment equipment for the Communist world
with metal parts in it. This fed federation
eration federation had a representative in inside
side inside Budapest daring the fighting.
He is out now and working on the
global boycott.
There will be spokesmen for the
world communication workers
who have decided not to move

mail, or transmit cables, wire

lesses or any other message to

and frcm a dictator nation which
suppresses a people seeking free freedom.
dom. freedom. The gentlemen of the sub-con

tinent known as India will then

know that, if they want the work

ers of the world to support them

again, they'll have to decide
whether or not they're on free

dom's side. On that there will

be no neutralism.

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HOOFER DOING THE "OFF-TO-BUFF
ALO"
Carol Bruce, another candidate
for the "Helen Morgan" movie,
visited pals in Detroit. That
f!itv' wiving arade governors re

jected actor Charlton Heston. Said
not enough pinole knew him. His

terrific hit film ("Ten Command
ments") opened there same day,
(Some mgrs. need mgrs.) ... In
grid's lovely face adorns a soon-

due Life cover. (Life can be

Beautiful) . Emund Purdom Purdom-who
who Purdom-who is so good in "Child of For Fortune"
tune" Fortune" (at The tcbyele), cant'
plnn a The Col'm skewDt.

Mrs. Purdom hasn't won the split-

iatlon yet . Sudden-thawt:

"Child of Fortune" should've been

called "A Very Special Baby."
Which we call "Hentertainment"

because it laid such an Egg

Pome: Now 'the Elections are

Passe. My Fair Lisa's gawn
away. Robert's up at Buffalo. Oh,

Oh, Oh! ... Hottest Scandal in
Town: The raging feud between

Dist. Atty. Frank Hogan and Po
lice Comm. Kennedy over Ken Kennedy's
nedy's Kennedy's alleged tip to the FBI on
Victor Riesel's acid-throwers.

The d.a. ultimatum'd the mayor:
'if you don't fire Knnedy

New Year's. I will give the edi

tors all of the police dept. scan

dals!"

Mark Richman tells of the two

elderly men working in the fields
of Israel. They labored for hours

under the broiling sun. One
looked up, mopped his wet brow
and exclaimed: : "Oh, why did
Moses have to stop here? Just a
coupla hundred more miles and
we could've ended up on the
French Riviera!"
It's a Baby Doll for the Charles
Undrhills. He's the former net network
work network exec now a U.S. Steel vip
Mother is Julie Stevens, the
"Helen Trent" of the soap-operas
. . The gazettes made sich a
tardy to-doodle about the Vic Da Damon
mon Damon es (Pier Angeli) inf anticipat

ing last week. Following an item:
"This will come as a surprise to
all out their closest relatives.
They expect a baby in May"
It was no surprise to the Ussen-

ers over Mutuala 600 stations

Sunday at 6 p.m. October 21st

. Tru-Luv s Like is: Mar

garet Truman meets her news

paper-husband (at the N.Y.

Times edifice) for luncheon-ib-bles.
H's that Paper's best-

dressed gent. But. oh. those

HaT

mlyWashington

Merry-Go -Round
ty tW riAllOW

flming red galluses. Clifton!), jured. (Better luck next time)

. . Oive Deerlng (Miriam in . Lili Palmer (Mrs. Rex Har Har-"Ten
"Ten Har-"Ten Commandments") will star rison) has a Swedish industrial industrial-at
at industrial-at Te Ators' Playhouse in ist dizzy for her. He is Lanson

G'wich Village. It's a 150 seater

(Claustrophobia?) .. Sylvia De
Mello's silly -weather-report: Mug Muggy
gy Muggy Today. Followed by Tuggy,
Wengy and Thurgy."

Love-Letter : "Tell the people
fussin' about wearing your hat
on the dr that there are definite
precedents. The detectives, for In Instance.
stance. Instance. In teevee's 'Line-Up' and

3fer?r "?urJ

tin ana ouiuoorsj ,u an nines.
So does Art Carney, who was so

wonderful on your last show. A"
always wears his chappo In "The
Honeymooners' with wottzizhame?
Not to mention The Coty Girl.
But a skimmer has always been

a respectable trademark in all
forms of show-biz. Your hat is to
you what Grace Kelly's (or Hilde-

garde s) white gloves are to her,

What about Chevalier. Harry

Richman? W. C. Fields? Famed

for their straw-katies also

Harold Lloyd? Then there's Chap

What, about. Thev were insepa

rable!) Ted Lewis' .battered top

hat? Not forgetting the still-

missed Will Rogers' stetson!

Besides hats many tv stars
have habits hich might cause
comment If they had as many

envious and jealous also-rans as
WW . How about E Murrow's

ciggie chain-smoking? Jack E,

Leonard's 'insults'? Mr. Kovacs'

seegars and Herb Shriner's heal

scratching? in short, Mister,

BlB1IBBiHi Q : l'UUML..,'S

Koorborg. (Skoldgi) ... The British-French
invasion left Nasser in
a heluva spot. His new armored
caddy was never delivertd. (Ha!

El Morocco was so crowded
(even in mid-week) the dance-

floor was peopled by a half-dozen

pairs trying to breathe . Dor Dor-OTHY
OTHY Dor-OTHY Lamour's new act (at Ver

sailles) is .best, when she sings
songs that made her famous. The
postscript' bit is one of the clev

erest in show-business. Gets a
hefty howl and large applause. A
hidden voice asks her if she is
ready for the $64,000 Q . Ter

rified, she says "yes," nibbling
her best finger. To which the
Verce heckles: "Don't you think

you ve been on too long? .
Constructive criticism for La
mor, the Merier: Ditch the hid

den mike in your bra. Use a
hand-mike. You are not always
audible even at ringside. (Thass

a Gooood Girrrrl) . Earl C.

Bel Air estate in Bev Bev-was
was Bev-was sold for $850,000.

lotta bathrooms,

Anthony's
erly Hills
(Thass a
Buddy.)

D or o t !i y Ross writes: "Time
wrote up Barbara Lea very nice.
But it excluded all we told them
about your many boosts whei
she appeared at Child's Restau-

I rant 2 years ago. When you said:

dont see anything wrong witli 'She's Big-Time-bound!" Oh, fer-

wearing a hot on tee-whee! S git It. Nearly all the staffers at

long as the size stays the same that mag who tried since 1945

A.F.1

Dolores Anderson (former Girl
Friday to Congressman H. Velde
(R. 111.) Is in Veas- For tne Usu Usual
al Usual Reason. They merged in 1954.
He fought the Reds hard as
Chairman of The Cong. Investi Investigating
gating Investigating Comm . They say au

thor Howard Fast (very slow
coming to his senses) is about

ready to bkst the scummunists.
He once won The Stalin Pwize.

(Meanin nuttin') ... One of the

Russkys (caught In Hungary din

ing the massacre) was Valentine
Gubltehev. TJhe spy who got away
with it when a technicality

saved him and Judy Coplon.

The umbay got out alive but in-

to Blow The Man Down (in

eluding Whittaker Chambers, for
8 years Senior Managing Editor
tnd Stalin's No.l Agent in the
U.S.) are either dead profession professionally
ally professionally or physically. I practice my
Mambo on their graves ... In
tht same mall: From Alan Gor Gordon,
don, Gordon, Hollywood: "We read Life's
swell piece about Roberta Sher Sherwood.
wood. Sherwood. They sure short-changed
you. They even rejected my re reminder
minder reminder to their letters dept" .

Alan, you are interrupting my
getting to the damb'd end of this
col'm. I still have five pages of

radio news to do! (Go Away!)

. . Dagmar's minkoat is the

largest I ever ogled. It contains

118 skins. She bawt it with her

own skin, too . Hey Buffalo!
Hi!!t

WASHINGTON Regardless of
the concealed gimmicks and prop propaganda
aganda propaganda twists in the Bulganin dis disarmament
armament disarmament note, it comes at a
time when two significant situa situations
tions situations are at hand. They are:
Situation No. 1 Foreign Min Minister
ister Minister Shepilov has hinted at the
idea of a Russian-American agree agreement
ment agreement to keep the peace of
the world.
Situation No. 2 President Ei Eisenhower
senhower Eisenhower has set himself the go; I

of fulfilling the pledges he made1

during the election campaign
the achievement of peace. He be believes
lieves believes he can negotiate an agree agreement
ment agreement with the Russians which
would bring the world at least ten
years of peace. He could then go
down in history as a peace pres president.
ident. president. Some advisers, especially those
in the Pentagon, are vigorously op opposed
posed opposed to these views, believe their
commander-in-chief may be too
trusting of th Russians. The State
Department, among others, is
skeptical. UN Ambassador Henry
Cabot Lodge was so suspicious
when Shepilov suggested, at the

end of an informal chat, that the
United States and Russia between
them could keep the peace, he
was inclined to brush it aside.
The chat took place in New
York. Shepilov suggested that
Britain and France were no longer
first-class powers. He congratu congratulated
lated congratulated the United States for con condemning
demning condemning their attack on Egypt
and suggested that Russia and the
U.S.A. work together in the
future.
IKE'S PEACE REASONING
The reasoning of the President,
according to close friends, goes
something like this:
The Kremlin knows that World
War III would destroy Russia as
well as the United States. This, in incidentally,
cidentally, incidentally, was Eisenhower's
interpretation of the Russian
state-of-mind even before Bulgan

in put it in exactly those words in

last weeK s disarmament pro

posal.

The Kremlin also knows that in
time of war it could not possibly

control the Satellite peoples. Con Control
trol Control over them depends on trans

porta tion and communication; and
in time of war transportation and
communication would be cut off.
The Satellites would revolt. The
great unassimilated population
masses of the U.S.S.R. would be
In turmoil.
Therefore, Eisenhower reasons,
the Kremlin needs peace and
knows that it needs peace.
Accordingly, a marriage of con convenience
venience convenience might be worked out
whereby Russa agreed to keep
out of the Near East and the
U.S.A. agreed to keep hands off
the Satellite countries. Russia
would police all of eastern Europe.
The United Stafes, in turn, would
be left to work out the future of
the Near East and Africa.
This cuts squarely across elec election
tion election promises made by both Ei Eisenhower
senhower Eisenhower and Dulles to free the
Satellite nations, but it's rea reasoned
soned reasoned that world peace would be
worth this sacrifice.
STALIN AND F.D.R.

The broad outline of the Presi President's
dent's President's thinking goes baek to the
same principle President Roose

velt was working on with Stalin
and Churchill, and which Eisen

hower, then commander in Eu Europe,
rope, Europe, was cognizant of. It was in
conformity with this over-all plan
that he pulled U.S. troops out of

Czechoslovakia after General Pat

ton occupied that country; also

pulled .US. troops out of Potsdam

and down to south of the River

Elbe.

Churchill, Stalin, and Roosevelt

had gone so tar as to discuss a

division of the Balkans whereby

Yugoslavia and Greece were to re

main under British influence, with

Bulgaria and Romania under Rus

sian influtnce. To this end, Stalin

even gave Churchill advice that

the man to work with in Yugo
sla via was a Croat leader named
Tito, then aa upstart underground
leader in the Balkans.
This whole scheme of Russian Russian-American
American Russian-American cooperation fell apart
after Roosevelt's death in April
1945. It is not President Eisen Eisenhower's
hower's Eisenhower's plan to put the exact jig jigsaw
saw jigsaw puzzle back together aa
Stalin, Roosevelt, and Churchill

pianneo it. nut in the back of his
mind is the general idea that tha

Kremlin has every reason to bar bargain
gain bargain for control A the Satellites
ia return fer an American tree
hand in tht Near East, also that
the leaders of the Kremlin more
than ever need a period, of sta stabilizing
bilizing stabilizing peace.
Note Pentagon leaders em emphasize
phasize emphasize that the United States to today
day today has the upper hand in A A-bomb
bomb A-bomb and H-bomb development,
probably would not .iave it after
ten years. They distrust the Bul Bulganin
ganin Bulganin proposal to ban all Hand A
bombs, destroy atomic stockpiles,
and permit international inspec inspection
tion inspection to prevent resumption of aa
atomic arms race.
MERR YCO-ROUND
Congressman Jimmy Roosevelt

nas Deen invited to London to talk
before members of the British
Parliament on oil. Hi snh it

winter on the Anglo-American oil

monopoly in the Near East at attracted
tracted attracted more attention in Europe
than in the U.S.A. . Ex-Mayor
Bill O'Dwyer of New York, now a
resident of Mexico City, is coming
to New York for the Sints and
Sinners luncheon this week. There
was a time when critics claimed
O'Dwyer didn't dare return to the
U.S.A., but he came back last
year to start the Dodgers' winning
streak toward their first World
Series title In history. ... The
truth is O'Dwyer just likes Mex Mexico.
ico. Mexico. Treasury agents have probed
everything tl ey can, even dug up
around his brother's California
ranch tc try to find hidden dough,
no luck. All they could find was
an entertainment deduction for
money spent out of his own pocket
when ODwytr was ambassador
to Mexico. The Treasury is trying
to prove this was not a business
expense. . Little noticed but
effective has been tht job ex-A-bassador
Jose Mora of Uruguay
has been doing as head of the Pan Pan-American
American Pan-American Union. The DC

Bar Association, t.hnuoh iimn-..j

to uphold the Constitution, doesn't

Deueve in tree speech. After in inviting
viting inviting Robert Valeur, counselor of
the French embassy, to address
them, the Washington legal frater fraternity
nity fraternity disclaimed him publicly for
expressing the French point of
view on John Foster Dulles 's
bungling of the Suez crisis.

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PANAMA AMERICAN AN INIHfENHEHt PAltT XEWSPAFKH
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Church of Christ
W. W. lunw, Evaaf enst
Telephone 6-4602
BALBOA: 0851..Balboa Bead.
Srac Sunday 140 u. 11
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aunaav 4.30 m
Unitarian
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Ancon Blvd.
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Baptist
COt OU BAPTiSl CHW.CB
311 Bruja Boa
Drawer 36 Balboa
Phone 2-1706
tail r. PaeettwaU, Paslor
Phone Mill
Sunday School
Morning Worship .....
Trainut Union
(.veiling Worship ......
C..,.. M..tino
6:45 am
11:00 am
t Jl) p.m
7 JO pm
Sacb Wednesday 7:S0 pjn
Hi oiatr boon tth
Monday each month .... 7;00 pm.
Cnamsii Bible School
Stat Saturday 10 :00 un.
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IKS! BAPTiSl CHUKCH
Balboa Heights, C Z.
27 Ancon Boulevard
Draw ci "B" Balboa Heights
Phone Balboa 1727
William H. Beeby. Pastor
Sunday School
Morning Worship
Baptisi Training Union
t JO a
10:45 a
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XvangellsUc sarvtea
1M a
Prayer Meeting
dam ,a0 0.
W.M.& Bible Study HiUta.
days aja
Men's Brotherhood (Last
Monday in month) DJ
rlRST BAPTIST CHURCH
Margarita Avenue at 5th Street
Margarita, Canal Zona
Bev. Fred S. Both. Pastor
awnday School m
Mng Worship 11:00 j
n.ntl.t Train in a Union i 6:30 p.m
n.nin Wnrnhin 7:45 p.m.
Brotherhood. Tuesdays 7:00 o-m.
Prayer Services. Wednesdays 7:00 pm
V M.U.. 1st & 3rd Fridays
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Friday. MO P-bs-
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Salvation
(Hon-Denominational Evangelistie
TH1 PACIFIC SIDE
PANAMA CITY
Captain A Mrs. H. Grant
15 February Street, Phone: 28-20054
11:00 Holiness Meeting.
3:00 Sunday School.
7:30 Salvation Meeting.
LA BOCA C.2.
Lieutenant Pansy Campbell
Building No. 1080, Phone:
11:00 Holiness Meeting.
3:00 Sunday School.
7:30 Salvation Meeting
FABAiSO. CZ.
Envoy A Mrs. C L. Moseley
Guiana Su.at
, 6:00 Sunday School.
11:00 Holiness Meeting.
3:00 Sunday School.
7:30 Salvation Meeting.
COLON THIRD STREET
SCaptaln Syslin Taylor
11 :00 Holiness Meeting.
3:00 Sunday School.
7:30 Salvation Meeting
RAINBOW CITE. CZ.
Envoy J. GHL
St. Kitts and Jamaica Street
11:00 Ho-iness Meeting.
3:00 Sunday School.
7 :30 Salvation Meeting
COLON CENTRAL
Senior (apt. and Mrs. C. Moonsawmv.
24th Street Phone: 38-743.
Union Churches
all Protestants cooperate with
aaity to essentials, liberty ta Ben
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THE ATLANTIC SIDE
GATUN
Wy. Ray.BlalPAto. Itotttt
1 aqirch School
11:00 Worship Service.
8:45 p.m. Sr. Vouth Followshln.
6:00 p.m. Jr. Youth Fellowship.
MARGARITA
The Rev. Paul a W. dander. Pastor.
Phone 3-1488.
8:30 Bible School.
10146 worship service and Church-time
6 JO Youth Fellowship.
THE PACIFIC SDR
BALBOA
The Rev. Oscar w. Otsen, Pastes
Balboa Rd. at San Pablo St.
Phone 2-1486 Church Office 2-3236.
40 Church School Free bus service.
Parsonage Dlarnaainn Hrniin
M40 Worship Service The Expanded
swan lot nursery, Kinaergarten.
Primary and Junior Dents.
' Church-time Nursery tor children
unaer a.
840 Junior-High Fellowship.
40 Post-High Fellowship
7:00 Senior-High Fellowship.
CAMBOA
Rev. Walker M. Alderton, Minister
Off.: 6-470 Res.: 6-130
Sunday Services:
0:30 a.m. Sunday School.
10:40 a.m. Morning Worship.
Official meetings and week-day acti activities
vities activities ss snnounced.
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Methodist
TBA METHODIST CHURCH
(British Conference)
Rev William H. Armstrong
lath St. Panama Cite
:vv a.m. morning prayer and
3:00 p.m Sunday School
7:15 o m Evening Prsver and
TtUNmr METBODIST CHURCH
7U Street aad Melendas Avenue.
. Colon. R P
Ray. Samuel Wslden, Minister
0:30 am -Morning Service and Holy
Communion.
S pm Sunday
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Rainbow City. CZ
Baa. Samuel Walden. Minuter
Sunday Service I am and tut o.a
mity School fur all if e at I Jt njn.
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Christian Scientist
CHRISTIAN aClRNVh UlURUtRh
i'tant Church ol Christ Scientist Ancoi
560 Ancoo Boulevard
Sunday 11:00. Wednesday :Kj MS
Sunday School 8:30 ajn
inn Church at Canst, tjaiaalsst, enstoba.
13th Strati A Bolttat Highway
Snnrtav Vnnol fJO IA
Sunday 11:00 a m. Wednesday 8 :00 p m
Catholic
ST. MARY'S CHURCH- Balboa
Sunday Masses: 7:00, I -AO, 10:00 and
12:00 a.m.
Holy Day Masses: 5:55, 8:00. 11:55 am
and 5:00 p.m.
Confessions: Saturday, 3:30 to a:60
and 7:00 to 8:00 p.m. Thursday, before
First Friday: 7:00 to 8:00 pjn
Miraculous Medal Nov ana: 7:00 pm
on Mondays.
Catechism Class i anar we a.w
on Sunday.
High SCBOOl Btuoy uu ev p-u. w
Wednesday.
SACRED HEABT Ancoa
snnriav Maaaea: 5:55. 7:30 A t JO am
Holy Day mass as: 5:55 a.m. tnJ 5:00
tv
rnnfuwlana: Saturdav 2:20 to S:00 and
7:15 to 8:00 p.m. Thursday before First
Friday 7:00 p.m.
Sacred Heart uevouona: i:uu urn
Prldava.
Catechism Class: i:is to t:tt pm. on
Thursday.
OUR LAD I OF FATIMA Curunda
Sunday Mast st 8:00 a.m.
Holv Day Mass at 8:30 p.m.
Confessions: 6:00 to 6:65 pm on Sat-
nrriav
Catechism Class I aaiuraay a:au w iu
am
ST. JOSEPB Parslse
Sunday Masses at 740 and 8:15 am
Holy Day Mass at 6:00 p.m.
Weekday Masses: .:00 am
Confessions: Saturday 3:30 to 4:20 and
:3A to 7:30.
Catechism Class: Sunday 1:00 to t:oo
p.m.
Miraculous ssaoai novanai
1M pm
on Friday.
convert
Instructional
Thursday 7:00
p.m.
ST. VINCENT'S Panamt City
Sunday Masses: 6:00 and 8:30 am
Holv Da v Masses: 840 and COO P.m.
(It It falls on Saturday the Masses art
6:oo and s.ao a.m.)
Confessions: Saturday 3:00 to 8:00 and
7:00 to 8:00 p.m. Thursdays before First
Friday 7:30 p.m.
Miraculous Medal Novena and Sta
tions of the Croat: Friday 740 p.m.
Catechism Class: After 8:30 mass on
flundav
Convert Clasti 640 p.m Tuesday and
Thursday.
ST. THERESA'S CeteB
Aunitav Mass: 8:30 a.m.
Holv Dav Msts: :00 am (It it falls
on Saturday 8:30 a.m.)
Catechism Class: a:au iw p.m. wi
Monday.
Conlessions: s:w to aav am aninuay,
ST. JOHN BAPTIST OR LA SALLE
Parque Lefavra
Snndav Masses: 6:30 and (40 am
Week Davs Matt: 640 Mon., Thurt.,
8VI. and Sat First Friday mass: 8:00 am
Holy Day Masses: :oo sm to e:uu
pm
Cnnfeaalnns! 3:80 to 440 and 740 to
8:00 pm on Saturday.
Miraculous meoai novena i enoey iw
p.m.
catecniam class: a:so p.m. on ouuua
Convert Class: Monday 740 pm
ST. THERESrS La Beta
Sunday Mass: 7:00 am
Holy Day Mass: 5:30 p.m.
Confessions: Saturday (40 to 740 pm
Thursday before First Friday 6:30 p.m..
Catecniam Class: sua pm, on surauj.
Sacred Heart novena: i:w om. on
y- ...
Convert Class: o:av pm. w uu..u.j.
ATLANTIC SIDE
ST. JOSEPH'S Calea
Sunday Masses: 5:45, 8:00 end 1:15 am
Holy Day Masses: 5:45 and 840 am.
anil S'SK Tnm
Confessions: Saturday 440 to (40 and
7:00 to 8:00 p.m. .
Miraculous Medal Novena I Wednesdsy
6:15 snd 7:00 pm
Sacred Heart Novtna: Friday 7:15 pm.
Sunday Evening Services 7:00 p.m.
Convert Class: 7:15 p.m. on Mondays
and Thursdays.
Catechism Class: Sunday 10:15 am to
11:45 a.m. 2:00 pm to 4:00 p.m.
First Friday Exnoeitlon of Most Bleat
ed Sacrament all day. Reposition at 5:30
a.m. Saturday morning.
First Saturday uevouona to our uaay
of Fatima The Holy Rosary 5:00 a.m.
First Communion instructions tor chil
dren Mondays and Thursdays 640 to
7:00 pm
MIRACULOUS MEDAL Cristobal
Sunday Masses: 7:00, 8:00 and 10:30 a m
Holy Day Masses: 6:00. :00 am and
5:15 p.m. i
Confessions: Saturday 440 to 840 and
7:00 to 8:00 pm After Rosary each eve evening.
ning. evening. Miraculous Medal Novena: 8:18 and
7:00 p.m. on Monday.
Catechism Class: After 8:00 Mast on
Sunday.
First Friday Exposition aO day during
the School Year.
First Saturday: Matt at 8:00 am.
HOLY FAMILY CHURCH In Margarita
Sunday Masses: 7:20, 8:30, 11:30 a.m.
First Saturday Mass: 6:00 a.m.
Weekday Masses: 8:00 a.m.
Saturday ... 7:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m.
Miraculous Medal Novena 7:00 p.m.
Holy Day Masses: 7:30 a.m. 5:15 p.m.
confession ... 3:43 p.m. to 4:45 p.m.
every Monday.
Parish Family Rotary and
Benediction 740 p.m
every Wednesday.
Discussion Inquiry Group 7:30 p.m.
every Friday.
1st. Friday Devotions ... 7:00 p.m.
1st Saturday Devotions .. 740 p.m.
ST. VINCENTS Rainbow City
Sunday Masstss: 640 a.m. and 140
a.m.
Holy Day Masses: (40 am and 0:00
Pro.
Confessions: 4:00 to 140 and 740 to
1:00 p.m. Saturday.
catechism Class: 10:43 a.m on Sunday
Convert Class every Monday at 746
pm.
Miraculous Medal Novena: 740 pm
on Tuesday.
Sacred Heart Novena 740 pm on
Friday.
IMMACULATE CONCEPTION Gatdo
Sunday Mass: 8:15 s.m
Holy Day Mass: 5:00 p.m.
Confessions: 64 to 7:60 oea ...
urdsy.
Catechism Class: 440 p.m on Monday.

CHURCH NOTICES

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church atda.
OCR LADY OF GOOD COUNSEL
Gamboa
Sunday Masses: 7:00 and 8:30 am
Holy Day Masses: 6:00 a.m. and 140
pm
Confessions Saturday at 7 40 n
axicr mu evening aevouons.
Baptisms ov aDDOlntment
Miraculous Modal Novanai 7 ao n m
Sacred Heart Novenai 7
Friday.
pm on
Sunday school: 1:30 o m n ai.r,..
Religious Instruction n. f .nkii
uren. :w p.m. on inursoay.
Kengious Instruction for adults (Con
uucicu in apanisni: coo pm an Mor
day.
Convert Instructions bv a anointment
Episcopal
The Rt. Rev R. Heber Goodea. S.T.D
The Very Rev. Malaart I.
S.T.B., Daaa
Petersen,
THs: CATHEDRAL OF ST. LUKE
SUNDAYS
i :30 a m holy Communion.
6:30 a m Santa Communion (4th Sun
day 1.
9 30 a.m. Church School.
8:45 am. Escuela Dominical
11:00 a m. Morning Prayer and Sermon
noiy communion, (First Sun-
uav
740 pm Evening Prayer and Sermon
wadJNJG&DAXS
640 a m. Holy Communion,
740 pro Evening Prayer.
, m HOLY DAYS
640 am Holy Communion.
8 30 am Holy Communion.
DAILY
111 1 Morning Prayer
1240 Mi.-day Missionary Prayers,
CBIJRCB OF OUR SAVIOUR
Third Street, New Cristobal
The Rev. Jesse K. Renew.
Priest la Charge
SUNDAYS
Holy Communion ....
Church School
8:30 a m
8:30 a.m
WEDNESDAYS
Holy Communion
6.30 am
cnoir Rehearsal
A Houss of Prayer for all people.
7:30 pm
COCOLi
Church of St Andrew
t:i,W11IU" BaWwto,
SUNDAYS
Family Praver
and Church School,
9:30 am
F'm. d Sarmon
11
inL rust
Sunday in Month)
Evening Praver
7:30 p.m
8:00 a m
Weekday Prayer
COROZAL
TO. finnri SUiaml
The Rev. Clarence w. Ha
Meat I. ru.
FRIDAYS
COO am Morning Prayer.
(H.C. first Friday each Month).
iA
at u ft
The Bay. John Spear. Priest in
SUNDAYS
Choral Sueharltt and Ser Sermon
mon Sermon '. T:6o am
Church School 3 00 pm
Episcopal Young Churchmen (40 p.m.
Evensong and Sermon i nn
MONDAYS, TUESDAYS,
and FRIDAYS
Morning Pray sr and Holy
Communion I'M am
Evening Prayer 748 n.m
Woman's Auxiliary, (nil and
4th Thursdays
WEDNESDAYS A THURSDAYS
Holy Communion ......... 7:00 am.
Morning Prayer 840 a.m.
Evening Prayer T:00 n.m
SATURDAYS
Family Eucharist 8:30 a.m.
Office of Complins CM pm.
LA BOCA
t. Peter's Chnrc
The Rev. John Sorer. Priest la Chars
SUNDAYS
Morning Prayer and Church
School 8:00 s.m
Confirmation Clsss 840 am
Choral Eucharist and Ser Sermon
mon Sermon 1(40 s.m.
THURSDAYS
6:30 a.m. Holy Communion.
PALO 8 ECO
Holy Baptism 12:00 noon
Evensong and Address .... 740 n.m
3rd MONDAYS
Womsn's Auxiliary 7:30 p.m
THURSDAYS or FEAST DAYS
Holy Communion 8:00 am
MARGARITA
Church of St Margaret
Espavt and Brazos Blvd.
The Rev. Jesse K. Renew,
Priest to Charge
6:M p.m. Vespers and Young People
Fellowship.
Ven. L. B Shirley, Priest to Charge
WEDNESDAYS
8:30 a m. Holy Communion.
SUNDAYS
7:30 a.m. Holy Communion
8:45 a.m. Church School
11:00 a.m. Morning Prayer
Last Sunday each Month, Holy Com
munion.
PARAISO
St. Alton's Church
Thr. Rev. Dsvid A. Osborne.
Priest In Charge
The Rev. Allan R. Wentt. Assistant
SUN DA f
8:00 a.m. Choral Eucharist sermon
9:30 am Infant Baptism.
3 .00 n.m. Church School
(held in Building 131)
5:00 p.m. Youth Fellowship
7:00 im. Evensong and Addraaa,
Bid and 4th WEDNESDAYS
740 pm. Woman's Auxiliary and Al
ter Guild Meeting
PANAMA CITY
St. Paul's Church,
The Ven Lemuel B. Shirley, Rector
The Rev Fits B Atwell. Deacon
SUNDAVt,
6:00 a.m. Holy Communion
9-00 a.m. Sung Eucharist A Sermon
10:43 a m Morning Praver and Church
.school
12:00 nocr Holy Baptism
7:00 n.m. Solemn Vespers
TUESDAYS
8:30 am Holv Communion
WEDNESDAYS
6:00 am Holy Communion
7:00 p.m. evening Prayer
THURSDAYS AND FRIDAYS
1 m
HOLY DAYS
640 a.m. Holy Communion.
CHRIST CHURCH BT-THK-SEA
Enlacopsl
Coftn, R. P.
(Opposite Hotel Washington)
The Rev. James Peter Farmer, Rector
The Bev. Henry A. Blake, Assistant
SUNDAYS
6:00 a.m. Holy Communion.
8:40 a.m. Morning Prayer.
8:00 a.m. Choral Eucharist and Sermon.
10:30 t.m. Church School.
740 p.m. Solemn Evensong and Ser Sermon.
mon. Sermon. WEDNESDAYS
6:00 a.m. Holy Communion.
7:30 p.m. Evening Prayer and Sermon.
8:.10 p.m. Adult Confirmation Clam.
THURSDAYS
3:00 p.m. Evening Prayer and Medita Meditation.
tion. Meditation. FRIDAY
3:00 a m. Children's JSuchsrlst.
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10:00 s.m. Junior Confirmation Class.
740 p.m. Compline and Meditation.

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Chartr. of St Mary, the Virgto
The Rev. Joha A. Spalding.
Priest to Chares

SUNDAYS
Sung Eucharist 7 41 I
Churih School 8:6
Evew.ru snd Sermon .... 740
THURSDAYS
p.m
Holy Communion. ........ 140 am
GATUN
St George's Church
The Rev. Joha A. Spalding.
Priest to Charge
1st AND 3rd SUNDAYS
Holv Communion 6:30 am
and ANP 4th SUNDAYS
Monurg P-ayag
snd aeroon 1 040 tm
HOLY DATS
140 am Holy Communion
Church School, each Sun IS 40 am
BIO ABAJO
St. Christopher s Church
10th Street, Psrque Lefevre
The lev. Clsrence W. Hayes,
Priest ta Charge
The Bev. Clarence A. CragweU,
Aaakl.nl
SUNDAYS
6:00 am. Holy Communion.
7:30 a.m. Sung Eucharist and Sermon.
10:30 am Morning Prayer and Church
School.
12:00 noon Holy Baptism.
6:30 p.m. Evensong and Sermon.
MONDAYS
7:30 pm 1st and 3rd. Woman's Auxi Auxiliary.
liary. Auxiliary. TUESDAYS
6:30 pm. Junior Daughters of the
rung.
7:30 un. Youth F.llow.hln
WEDNESDAYS
8:00 s.m. Holv Communion.
7 40 p.m. Evening Prayer and Religious
instructions.
THURSDAYS
040 pm. Girls' Friendly Society.
8:00 n.m. 1st anH trri. .tJMlAMa
SATURDAYS
8:30 a.m Junior Confirmation Class.
Other Churches
CHURCH OF THE N AZARENR
Ancon. CZ.
Minister; Rev. Elmer O. Nelson
Box 5s, Ancon. CZ. Balboa 26M
Sunday School 8:45 am
Morning Worship 10:30 a.m
Youth Service 6:45 p.m
Evening Service 7:30 p.m.
N.F.M.S. Service 7:00 p.m
Prayer Meeting. Wed. .... 7:30 pm
NATIONAL BAPTIST CHURCH
Panama R.P., 23rd Street But
Be.
B N. Browa. Minister
SUNDAY:
Divine Worship
8:30 a.m
340 p.m
7:45 11:45
Sunday school
Sunday Masses 7.
tlu Abut J?. Sunday
at
100 m
JEHOVAH'S WITNESSES
Meetings Thursdays at 740 n.m. and
Sundays st 4:00 em. Win Memorial
8M Balboa Road. Balboa.
CHURCH OP JESUS CHRIST
Or LATTER-DAI SAINTS (
)
Sunday meetings to the LDS Chapel
on Balboa Road.
Sunday School CM a.m
Priesthood Meeting 10:30 s.m.
Sacrament Meeting 640 p.m.
Primary: Thursday 2:00 pm
Relief Society: As announced.
Telephone Balboa 4227.
Atlantic Branch
Building 200, Schoolhoutt Road,
Gatun. Canal Zone.
Telephone. Gstun M4 or Cristobal 2897
Sunday school it:o am. aunoay sac sac-raent
raent sac-raent Meeting 6:30 p.m. Prieabood
leeting 640 pm Wednesday Prinsry
:M om Wednesday Relief society meet-
i..
CURUNDU PROTESTANT CHURCH
"A Warm Hearted Church"
Milton B. Leldlg, Minister
Phone Rat. 83-7116 Of. 83-5108
Sunday School 6:30 am
(A clsss for every sgel
Morning Worship 1140 s.m.
Youth Fellowship 6:00 p.m.
Ravening Worship t. 7:00 p.m.
Prayer and Praise (Wed.) t:o p.m.
A church nursey it provided for your
OLD CATHOLIC CHURCH
St Raphael The Archangel
13th St West No 1
Holv Eucharist: Sunday ai 1:30 a.
Tuesdays. Wednesdays end Thursdays
oao am
merit ot Unction (Heeling Ser
vice) First Sunday of each month
40 om
ay
Ha II bet Christies Chart
Panamt R P
Rev. T. James, a D.
Moraine devotlo
...a. aMBl
1140 am
Fellowship Worship
-iunoay scnooi at
:oo pm
740 pm
Oivint BOIttot at
BAHA1 CENTER
BAHAI'S CENTER
64 First Street
UrbanliacIOn XI Carmen, Panamd City.
informal xaiaa ana Discussions
Thursdays 8:00 pm
Colon. 8th Front arreeie
(unstalrs American Bazaar)
Study Classes.,
.Thursday!, 740 p.m.
MISSION CHURCH
Xtpalabt St., Paraito, C.Z.
stay Waldaha H. Stewart, Pastes
Sunday: 11:00 a.m. Worship Service.
3:00 pm Sunday School.
7:15 p.m. Gospel Service.
Monday: 7:30 Young People' a Society
Wednesday: 740 Mid-week Christian
Fellowship.
Thursday: (40 Choir Rehearsal.
Friday: 140 Woman's Missionary So Society.
ciety. Society. THE CHURCH Ot GOD
7t38 Eighth Street Colon
Rev. G. W. Grsndison. Pastor
Sunday Schol 9:30 a.m.
Morning Worship ............ 10:30 a.m
Night Strvict 740 pm
rnsT church or god
Car. Jamaica and Trinidad Sit.
Rainbow City, Canal Zona
Bev. G. W. Grandlson. Paster
Morning Worship 0:00 a.m.
Sunday School 10:30 a.m.
Night Service 740 p.m.
THf CHURCH OF GOD
New Providence
Mrs. Maude Hints. Pastor
Sunday School 10:00 am.
Morning Worship 11:00 a.m.
Night Strvict 740 p m.
THE CHURCH OP GOD
Panamt City
Car. "N" and Marians Arosrmrna Sta.
Rev. Wm. J. Johnson. Pastor
Sundsy School 8:30 s.m
Morning worship 10:30 s.m.
Night Service 7:30 p m
THR CHURCH OP GOD Rio Abajo
Monte Oseuro Rd. 16th St.
Rev. Wat. J. Johnson, Paster
Sunday Schoo 9:30 t.m
Morning Worship 10:30 s.m
Night Strvict 740 p.m
CHURCH OS GOD (Pentecostal)!
Rev. B. E. Watson, Overseer
Phone (-428. Box 253, Gamboa
Churches tt Ptrajso, CZ. (Rev. and
Mrs Herman G. Whyte). Colon. RVP
(Rev. Fernando Lorence), Rio Abajo
I Rev. and Mrs. Charles Mavnesi and
Catlvt (Rev. and Mrs. Clifford Greaves).
Sunday and weekdays services at ail
churches.
COMMUNITY CHI'RCH
Diablo Heights, CZ.
(Full Gospel)
Rev. Carl V. Thompson, Minister
Box 275, Gamboa, CZ.
Phone 6-217
Special Engineers Bldg., Diablo Heights
aunoay scnooi 9 -45 a.m.
Worship Service 10:4S a m.
Youth Servtctf i'l'i' . 740 p.m
EvanaelisUc Service 7:30 p.m
Wed. Bible Study- ft Prayss 740 p.m.

Posts and Bases

PACIFIC SIDE
FORT AMADOR
Sunday School 84C
Morning Worship 10 00
Church-Time Nursery School,... 1040
FORT CLAYTON
Sunday School (Building No.
1M) 848
Morning Worship 10:15
Wednesday Evening Prayer Meet
ing and Bible Class 8:30
FORT KOBBE
Daily Mats 6:15
Saturday Mass 846
Sunday School 940 a.m.
Sunday Morning Worship 10:30 sm
Sunday Masses 8:00 A 11:45
Mondsy Novens Devotions 740
Confesslons-Saturdsy 6:00 A 7:30
Sunday Family Hour 6:30 pm
ALBROOK AOs FORCE BASE
Sunday School t:30
Adult Bible Class (NCO Club).. 6:30
Morning Worship 3:30 A 10:45
Youth Fellowship 6:30
U S. NAVAL STATION, Rodman
Sunday School 640
Morning Worship 11:00
Holy Communion First Sunday
of Month)
15th ND HEADQUARTERS CHAPEL
Morning Worship J:00
Holy Communion First Sunday
of Month)
Ca melts
FORT AMADOR
Dally Mass
Sunday Masaea 8:30 A
Confessions. Saturday ...6:30 A
Sunday 8:30 A
6:30
8:00
7:30
3:00
FORT CLAYTON
Daily Mam 6:45
Sunday Masses 7:45 A 8:00
Confessions. Saturday ...7 40 A 840
Sunday Maaa U40
FORT KOBBE
Saturday Mai
V.V.V.V.''.7':00A
340
3:00
aunciay M
Spanish
8:00
COROZAL
Daily Mas
6:30
No. 711) 740 A
Confessions. Saturday (Building
(40
ALBROOK AIR FORCE BASE
Dally Matt 640
Saturday Mass 740
Sunday Masses 7:45 A 12:00
Spanish 740
Novena Services-Tuesday 740
Confessions-Saturday 7:00
U.S. NAVAL STATION. Rodman
Daily Mass
Sunday Mass
4:00
(40
Jewish
FORT KOBBE
Saturday
ALBROOK AIR FORCI BASR
140
Saturday 340
USO-JWB (Balboa)
Friday 740
ATLANTIC SIDE
Protestant
FORT DAVIS
Sunday School t:45
Morning Worship U:00
Midweek Fellowship. Thursday.. 740
FORT GULICK
Sunday School 8:45
Morning Worship U:M
Youth Fellowship. Sunday 4:00
U.S. NAVAL STATION. Coca Sola
Sunday ..School 840
teUy. MJSli.V 7:30
Morning Worship u .00
Holy Communion First Sunday
of Month)
Cafaeno
Sunday Mats
Confessions, Sunday
6:30
M
FORT GULICK
DUly Mass
Sunday Mai
Spanish ...
7:00
7:45
8:4.",
740
Confessions, Saturday
4:00 A
U.S. NAVAL STATION, Coco Solo
uauy Mam y.nn
Sunday Maaa L .Zt
WU 0VU1U
Sunday Mass
740
tOUt GULICK
Tuesday
7:15
Seventh Day
Adventist
Weekly lervleaa
SB all Churches at
follows
SATURDAY:
sabbath School 8:30 a.m.
Divine Service 11:00 a.m.
Youth's Matting 4:30 p.m,
Wednesday Bible Study and Prayer
Service 7:30 n.m.
Pacific Side Panama a, R.lhn. ni.,,i.
Pastor W. H. Wallar-Tel. 28:3 (306
v,aoo verae. Ave. J. w. de la Ossa No.
asa
Chorrlllo 25th No. 17 j
Pueblo Nuevo 2-A St. hatwaaa.
uu am o.
Rio Absio 11th St. No. 17
Balboa Chanel 0844 Gavllan rh r.i
uoa laaiuraav oniv
Spanish Churches Panamt and
Crlitobola District
Psstor Ruben Ruls
Panamt, Cilia Dtritn No- (
Cristobal. 16th A Bolivar Avt.
Gamboa A rrllolea.
District rastor A. A. Grizzle
Tel. No. 6-102
Gamboa Praitt Parkway rrljoles.
Atltnrle Side Colon tnd
Cristdbal District
Psstor Neblett Tel. 38:838
Colon 3rd St. A Central Ave. Cristo Cristobal
bal Cristobal 18th ft Bolivar Ave.
entral office: Gavllan Road Tel. 2-
Jewish
Jewlsn Welfare Roarri RIO TM.e I
Boca aotu, Balboa. C.Z. Rabbi Nathan'
niiKin uirecior.
Service Friday. 740 p.m. Saturday.
S:3C p.m
(See 'm listings of Jewish services
under Posts Bases snd Stations).
Conjugation Kol Shetrlth Israel. Ave
nlcla C'Hih and 36lh Street. Bella Vista
Panama Citv Services 8:00 nm
Lutheran
KEEDEMER LUTHERAN CHURCH
Balboa Road at Wight Street
Rev Robert r Gassick, Pasiar
P.O. Box 666. Balboa
Sunday School, Bible class 840 a.m.
Divine Service 10:15 ,a.m.
"Divine Service at Margarita (tn St.
Margaret's Episcopal Church) Sunday
4 00 p m
SHORT WAIT
BLOOMFIELD, Mich. -(UP)-A
sign, tacked for four or five
yetv to s tree in front of the
home of Mrs. Millie Noch reads
"Kittens Free." A neighbor caDed
on Mrs. Noch and asked for
a kitten. Mrs. Noch aooloeizcd.
"I'm Iresh out," she said, "tall
again in s couple of weeks."

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Opening lead 8
Would you take the first trick
if you heia the Est cards? You
must resist this temptation if you
"-.. iu ueieai me. contract
Esst should play the ten of
hearts at the first trick, allowing
South to win with the jack. Since
West has led his highest heart, it
is clear that South has J-9-8-7 and
cannot be prevented from winning
a heart trick.
South has only eight tricks in
top cards and must try to develop
an eiitra trick in diamonds. West
carefully plays the queen of dia-
monas wnen that suit is begun,
and is able to win the snnnnri
ri'und of diamonds with the king.
West now leads his other heart,
and Kst defeats the contract by
l""t mm ncari tricKs.
The point is that East must give
up a heart at the first trick,' thus
Keeping communications open
with his partner's hand. West is
ab.' to lead another heart when
he wins a trick. East must rely on
his .partner to win a trick in one
of the side suits, for otherwise the
contract cannot be defeated.
South would jn a 1c e the game
contract if East made the mis mistake
take mistake of winning the first triok
Souih would win a later heart
trick, if East continued the tuit
and West would then be out nf
hearts. (If East failed tn continue
hearts, South would have an eas easier
ier easier time.) Declarer would develop
the diamonds, and the enemy
would take one diamond and only
three hoart tricks at most.
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KIMIMIIR DAVY?
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Tht post office here received
letter addressed to "Davy Crock Crock-"'t.
"'t. Crock-"'t. M""ntain Ton. Tsnn Amer.
ica." The letter, signed "Paul,"
av ucar Davy Crockett, will
you please tell me how to make a
rwy ''.-neirpH horn?" The letter
was from Mullumbimby, NSW
Australia.
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Aussies Make Big Headway in Antartic
For IGYear Activities; Base is Built

SYDNEY. Nov. 24 (UP) -With
an unprecedented surge of activi activity
ty activity during the Antarctic winter, the
Australian expedition at Mawson
has laid a substantial foundation
on which to build its preparations
for the International Geophysical
Year (IGY) 1957-58.
In the season when conditions
make practically every type of
activity almost impossible, the
Australian National Antarctic Ex Expedition
pedition Expedition capitalized wit), the con construction
struction construction of the first hangar for
aircraft built in the south polar
regions. Flying, usually kept to
a minimum during winter, was
made comparatively easier, and
many flights were made by the
Beaver and Auster aircraft.
Members of the Royal Austral
un Air Force flight at Mawson
made these flights unoer condi conditions
tions conditions never previously expe expe-Henced
Henced expe-Henced in the Antarctic.
The construction of the hangar
permitted the gar gir.g and serv servicing
icing servicing of the aircraft under cover,
while most other Antarctic ex expeditions
peditions expeditions were immobilized by the
weather.
The Auatrall An evn'nrali.in iaa
kicked off early in May when the
airmen, iea Dy Squadron Leader
Douglas Leckie, carried out 19
missions, and logged 80 flying
hours.
Maior achievement, nf thaca
flights was the laying of a new
depot at the King Edward VIII
Gulf. 170 miles west nf Ma
The aircraft flew 500 gallons of
aviation fuel and 1 OOfi nnnnrla nf
food and equipment or use in the
forthcoming extensive spring
uyciawuns.
On the way to the gulf, the air aircraft
craft aircraft landed four scientist-explorers
in the orn r L. V
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Promontory and Stefannson Bay.
VrmiiB Burn aimmm i
V "TCjrilg WUIK WHS CUT
Tied Out hv t-.Wn nt fhsam a.
" w vi UK III. A SUl
vcyor and geologist. The other
pair, biologists, camped on the
eastern side of the bay and visltel
new penguin rooKery which had
previously been sighted only from
the air.
Although the wintry conditions
grew steadily worse with the ap approach
proach approach of June, the expedition
carried nut a fiiohi ; tk
which checked the sea-ice in the
uiacier region.
HONOR MEDICOS Dr- Karl
Meyer, left, and Dr. Francis O.
Schmitt, are joint winners of a
1958 Albert Lasker award, one
of medicine't highest honors.
Dr. Meyer 18 professor of bio biochemistry
chemistry biochemistry at Columbia Univer University.
sity. University. Dr. Schmitt is professor
of biology at Massachusetts In Institute
stitute Institute of Technology. The
award was for their contribu contribution
tion contribution to new understanding of
arthritis and rheumatic diseases.

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BUS STOP
HILARIOUS & HEART WARMING
AT THE THEATRE GUILD
NOV. 25 THRU DEC 1
CALL 24205 for RESERVATIONS.

THE SAVINGS BANK
Institution Guaranteed by the State
Pays 2 Interest Annually on Savings Accounts
INITIAL DEPOSIT $5.00
We make loans with guarantees on first mortgages
or other securities.
25c. 50c. $1.00 and $5.00
CHRISTMAS SAVINGS
deposits are accepted thru a period
of 48 weeks.
Individual safety deposit boxes, for jewelry and
documents, in 4 different sizes.

OFFICE IN PANAMA
109 Central Ave. at
eorner of "I" Street
Q. A. De ROUX,
Manarer

HOURS:
From S:00 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.

SATURDAYS: from f:W

The Australians also pushef
forward with ground field work.
Teams, with dog sledges and wet
sel motor vehicles, explored ths
Douglas Islands, the StantoB
0rn,m mrtA ...In. el..!.. ..

g.vup aim avivi vjiacici ICIUU.
all within a 60 mile radius of ths
Mawson base.
The most important flying ac activity
tivity activity of the winter was carried
out in August when the RAAF
pilots flew over two widely seps
rated regions of the Australian
"laimed sector of the continents
Flights to Cape Anne and
Amundsen Bay in Enderby LantW
300 miles to the west revealed
many unmapped mountain peaks
and coastal features. Experienced
photographers "shot" the aref
extensively from the au.
A flight to the eastern extremity
of the Prince Charles Mountains,
300 miles southeast, substantiated
a heory of the director of Aus-'
tralia's Antarctic activities, Philip
G. Law, who advanced the possi possibility
bility possibility that a great gulf extended
from Prydz Bay, westward to the
mountains. Law, a veteran of
many years Antarctic exploration;
visited the region in 1955
With the coming of the Ante,
arctic spring, the tempo of
activity will pick up. And with thtf
great amount of exploration and"
resrch carried out during thf
winter, Australia should be able
to maintain the head start i$
achieved in 1954 when It
established Mawson as the firsj
permanent weather station on ths
continent.
Abiding happiness comes only
when you invott your lift with
Christ Place your all m the
Bank of Faith.
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9:30 SUNDAY SCHOOL
Bring the Family...
Study and Grow
Today.
11:00 MORNING WORSHIP
"The Holy Spirit in
the Church's Life."
7:00 EVENIMG GOSPEL
HOUR
"The Bleating of
the Sheep."
WE WILL LOOK FOR YOU
"A WARM HEARTED CHURCH"
.urunau. istns
Milton K. loidig, Pastor
COLON BRANCH:
Front St. at corner
of 7th St.
CARLOS MOUVNES V.
Sub-Manaser
a.m. to 12:00 p.m.

inn.
Abiding happiness comes only .',

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bacon on plxxas, on broiled tomatoes and with French omelette.

PASTOR REEBE AND FAMILY The pastor of the First Baptist Church of Balboa Height!
is shown with his wife Jean and children Paul, Mary and Judy.
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By GAYNOR MADDOX,
NEA Fool ond Markets Editor

niKTlNfilllSHED BOARD OF JUDGES SELECTS

HVE FINALISTS FOR POLICE QUEEN CONTEST

Finalists for the CZ Police Queen Contest were selected by fire judges at the Balboa
Theater yesterday afternoon. The girls chosen were Misses Becky Abell, Camilla Ellis,
Shirley Ann Meyer, Carol Voortmeyer and Billie Sue Spencer.
These girls will compete for the honor of being Queen of the 19th Annual Canal Zone
Police Ball which will be held March I at the Hotel EI Panama.
Jurfres for the contest yesterday were Lt. Governor H. W. Si hull, Mrs, Edith Beutsch.

Mrs. H. L. Donovan, Judge Guthrie Crowe and W. B. Mallory.

Swtshtr-Bloakley
Wodding In South
Charleston, Va.
Mils Eileen Bleakley, daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. E. T. Bleakley of
Gaihboa, was married Nov. 3 to
Jack Randall Swisher, at the home
of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. C.
Swisher, of South Charleston, West
Virginia, the Rev. W. W. Thite of officiated.
ficiated. officiated. The bride wore a street length
frock of pale blue lace with white
accessories and carried a small
white Bible. Her flowers were
white rosebuds, and she wore an
heirloom pearl pin of her maternal
grandmoter.
h
Young Mrs. Swisher is a grad graduate
uate graduate of Balboa High School, class
of t'53, and Charleston General
Hospital School of Nursing, class
of '56. Her husband is a graduate
of South Charleston High School,
had two years duty with the navy
seabees, and is now a senior in

the School of Civil Engineering of

Purdue University.
Assisting Mrs. Swisher at the
reception which followed were
Mcsdames Ted Lambert and Don Donald
ald Donald Hirsh, aunts of the bride.
The young couple left afterward
for a wedding trip to Indiana,
where thev will residr- at 508 Smith

Twenty-first Street, Lafayette, Indiana.

Mrs. Ruth Straus
Will Be Honored
At Open House
The Isthmian Canal Rebekah
Lodtfe No. 1 of Balboa will hold 0-

pen House at Win Memorial, Tues
day night in honor of Mrs. Ruth
Strauss, who will leave next Fri Friday
day Friday for the States, where she will
make her home in North Holly Holly-wood,
wood, Holly-wood, California.

Pork sausage for cpoking comes

in links, in b u 1 k and in country

style (medium coarse). Here's the

wav to cook it:

Prying: 1. Put links in skillet
with 2 tablespoons water.' Cover
and let stand 5 minutes. Drain,
then cook over low heat, turning
frequently, until sausage is well

browned and thoroughly cooaeo.

2. Put links in cold skillet and

cook over low heat 12 to 15 min minutes,
utes, minutes, turning often until browned.
Pour off fat as it accumulates.
Baking: Place links on rack in

shallow pan. Place on top shelf of
a moderately hot oven (400 de degrees
grees degrees F.) 10 to IS minutes. No

turning is necessary
Here's how to cook bacon: ''

Prying t Place bacon slices in
cold frying pan. Use low heat and

cook until bacon, is desired degree
of doneness, turning once. It is

unnecessary to pour off accumu
lated fat. Drain cooked bacon.

Broiling: Place bacon slices on

broiler rack 3 inches from heat.

Turn once. .

1 Baking: Place separated bacon

slices on a rack in a shallow bak
ing pan. Bake in a modeateh
hot oven (400 degrees F.) ataoui
10 minutes, or until browned.
Easy Pins
(Yield: I pinas)
Four English muffins, 'i cup
butter or margarine, melted, 1
can (8 ounces) tomato sauce, V
pound American or Mozzarella
cheese, grated Parmesan cheese,
oregano, bacon or sausage.
Cut English muffins in half;
brush with part of melted butter.
Toast. Spread each muffin with a
tablespoon of tomato sauce. Cover
with slices of American or Moz Mozzarella
zarella Mozzarella cheese. Sprinkle with
grated Parmesan cheese and ore oregano.
gano. oregano. Spoon a teaspoon of melted

butter or margarine on each pizza
before putting into oven. Bake in

a moderately hot oven (400 de

erees F.) 15 minutes.

bacon or5 sausage to top e a c h

pizza before serving.
TOMORROW'S DINNER:
Minestrone soup, individual sau sausage
sage sausage or bacon pizzas, mixed green
salad, lemon chiffon pie, coffee,
tea, milk.

All friends of Mrs. Strauss are

invited to the party, which will

start at 7 p.m.

Mrs. Strauss has been active In
Eastern Star activities here. She
is a past president of the All-Star
Circle and took an active part In
Civil Defense and Nurses Aid
work. She is a past M.C.O. in the
HaraaDdon Caldron Nov. 73 Bal

boa.

"Bus Stop"

Opens Monday
The Theatre Guild will present
William Inge's comedy' "Bus
Stop'' next week. Opening night is
Monday, and the show will run six
consecutive performances with the
last night Dec. 1.
Curtain rises at 8 p.m. for each
performance. Reservations may
ie made by calling Mrs. Charles
, tfmiaw at Balboa 4205 at any
..ne before 9 p.m.

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To Danish heat or
fatigue inhale
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Ecu de Cologne
from a drenched
handkerchief, or
dab it freely on
forehead, neck and
wrists.

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tech netlce for inclusion in this
column ihould be submitted ia
fype-wriHen form and mailed to one
of the box numbers listed dally in
"Social aad Otherwise," or deliver delivered
ed delivered by hand to the office. Notices ot
meetings cannot ba accepted by
telephone.

Women's Auxiliary
Of Margarita

Union Church

The regular monthly meting of
the Women's Auxiliary of the Mar

gartta union Church will be held

Tuesday Nov. 27 at 7:30 p.m.

Mrs Oscar Olsen will be the

guest speaker for the evening.

All members and friends are en

couraged to attend this meeting as
election of officers for the coming

year will be held.

Mrs. John Leach and Mrs. Bruce

Sanders Jr. will be hostesses.

Lt. Garvyn H. Mounbtow

Memorial Post 3876

U. Garvyn H. Moumbfow Mem

orial Post 3876 Veterans of For

elgn Wars will have their regular
business meeting Monday at the

Post Home In Cristobal. Among
the many items of business to be
discussed will be the Xmas party
which the Post sponsors for the

undr.r-pnvileged.

William Garner who rs the chair-

Of this worthwhile project

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te6

Tomorrow the First Baptisit

Church of Balboa Heights is cel

ebrating their tenth year under
he leadership of Pastor William
a. Beeby. Arriving on the Idih Idih-nus
nus Idih-nus just before Thanksgiving of
1946, the new pastor and his
..amily were presented to the
:hurch at a Friday night recep reception,
tion, reception, and to tthe community as
the speaker at the Community
Thanksgiving Service.
In the intervening years the
church has progressed in nu numerous
merous numerous fields of the Gospel min

istry. The congregation has com completed
pleted completed and paid for more than
$100,000 of building expansion.
The Sunday school building was

completed in 1848, and the

church house in 1952. The an annual
nual annual budget has more than tri tripled.
pled. tripled. The jnissionary funds have
increased over four times to
$14,000 a year.

During the years the churcn
has established an interdenom interdenom-intional
intional interdenom-intional vouth came, the now

Preparefpopular f aboga island Youth

Camp which has just completed
its 9th session. The members of

ithe church were also responsi

ble for establishing, the only
missionary radio station in Pan Panama,
ama, Panama, which is now operated by

two radio missionary boards.
Pastor Beeby has the oldest con continuous
tinuous continuous religious broadcast on

the Isthmus; his daily programs
at 8:00 a.m, on HOXO have been
heard for over nine years and
the mornm and evening Sun

day services for almost nine
years.

AIR INFLATED Lollipopi
shaped balloon, above, devel devel-veloped
veloped devel-veloped for the Air Force by
Westinghouse, is a new radar
antenna, considered a major
break-through in the design of
ground electronics equipment.
The 30-foot-high, lightweight,
air-inflated balloon can be put
together or dismantled by nine
men in a matter of hours.

will reveal to the Post members
the latest developments of his
committee. Commander G. Bon-

zounut requests all members to

attend this Important business
meeting.

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In the past 10 years the
church has seen 637 conversions,
600 baptisms, and 594 people
unite with the church by letter.
While the church ministers to a
large number of Bible-believing
people, membership is open on
ly to full membership.

One Spanish and two West

Indian congregations were pion pioneered,
eered, pioneered, developed, organized and

formed into full-time Baptist
churches with their own pastors
through the efforts of the young

people of the Balboa church.
The young people also carry on
weekly services in Corozal Hos Hospital,
pital, Hospital, Oorgas Hospital, and Palo
Seco Hospital wi'.h the preach preaching
ing preaching being done by young men
preparing for the ministry or
mission field.

During the nast 10 years the

church has been happy to send

over 30 people out into the full-

time Christian ministry. Former

members and workers now serve
the Lord in- various places: 15

are now serving Baptist pastor

ates in states from California to
New Jersey.1 To: mission fields in

Africa, the Near East, South
America, and Central America,

sixteen have cone out to serve

on various mission boards. Of

the four doctors and their wives
who are on the mission field,
one is now in a dangerous posi

tion in Qaza strip. Dr. James
Young, a former deacon in the
church, has not been heard from
since the recent war in Egypt.

This past year Mr. and Mrs.

Joseph Christopher of the Pan Panama
ama Panama Canal Company and Miss
Lucille Hearne of Oorgas Hospi

tal resigned their work in tne
Zone and their positions in the
church to go to medical mission
work in Quito, Ecuador. Chap Chaplain
lain Chaplain Harry Holland now in the
Navy chaplaincy was a former
youth worker in the church and
after his seminary schooling re returned
turned returned to Balboa with his wife
to be assistant pastor until call called
ed called Into the service. 1
On Saturday afternoon mem members
bers members of the congregation are
sponsoring a tea In Reeder Hall
from 3:00 to 5iQ0 p.m. in honor
of Pastor Beeby and his family.
The special Sunday services
will feature a Sunday School
Rally at 9:30 a.m. in which tha
Sunday school under the direc direction
tion direction of Robert L. Snyder Is en endeavoring
deavoring endeavoring to have 500 in atend atend-ance.
ance. atend-ance. Lloyd W. Peterson, chair chairman
man chairman of the board of deacons,
who has received large umbers
of congratulatory messages from
former members will present a
summary of a few of them at
the 10:40 morning service. The
pastor's message is entitled,
"What Mean These Stones?" At
the 7:30 evening service the mes message
sage message will continue the aeries in
I John, "The Sign and Seal of
the Christian Faith." Visitors
and friends are cordially invited
to attend all of the services.

Radar In Surveying

Developed By Army;

Ends Measure-Stick
"FORT MONMOUTH. N.J,

(UP) Radar, used to detect air airplanes,
planes, airplanes, speedin automobiles and
ocean vessels, now is hitting the

overland trail.

The ''radar rulers" has been de
velooed for the surveyor, who pre

viously had to measure off long
distances in numerous hops re requiring
quiring requiring meticulous sighting.
According to Army Signal Corps
researchers who developed the
system here, the radar yardsticks
can measure up to 50 miles with
accuracy within a few feet. And
it is not hampered by bad visibility.

The system utiliezs two jeep
portable radar stations, one at
each end of the distance to be
measured.
The electronic rangefinder is de
signed particularly to replace
standard surveying equipment
when long-range and speed are
essential.
The entire radar station, a 25 25-foot
foot 25-foot collapsible antenna mast and
three metal suitcases filled with
electronic equipment, weighs 200
pounds.
Besides its uses in surveying
and mapping, it is expected to be
valuable to the military at quick quickly
ly quickly pinpointing friendly battlefield
installations from stations far
back of the lines.

one

First Of Frigate
Joins Navy Fleet
SAN DIEGO (UP) The
frigate U.S.S. Wilkinson has be

come the first of its class of war

ships to join the Pacific Fleet.

The Wilkinson is flagship of

Destroyer Squadron 17, whose
home port is San Diego. She is
493 feet long, with a 50-foot beam.
The frigates have automatic automatic-loading,
loading, automatic-loading, rapid-firing guns and

their anti-submarine weapons are
more modern than those of spe-

cialied aznti-submarine dor.troy-

ers. Their radar and combat in

formation installations is consid

ered superior to that of most
The electric plant on the Wil-

kinson could supply a city of 50,
000 populate i.

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'EMBER 24, 1950

Social and Otk
'HOLLY
CLCVERBLOOM
erwise
, (-mmttmutJ
BUTTER

Mm. Jtnit McMillan .fully appointed tea table which
It Guest of Honor was presided over by Mrs. Willard
At Stork Shower Henwick Seymour, wife of The
Mrs. Jeois McMillan was puest Quartermaster, ISARCARIB.
of honor at a stork shower given Little Kathy Ash, daughter of
by the Quartermaster Ladies, one of the hostesses, brought in
..rr, James Van Ernst and Mre.'the surprise "stork shower" gifts
' el Ash wera hostesses for the In a cream-colored miniature erib
i..ca?cn. idrrwn by pink and blue ribbons.
tars fnrk with a babv in his I Each of the ladies present were

I hovered over many tiny ba-i presented with a baby orchid and
I as' at the bast surrounded by.the honoree was given a large cor cor-n
n cor-n ; and bR ribbons which form-Tsage of baby orchids, as well as

ti ibti centerpiece for the beaU-lmary lovely and userur wee gms

it's Trouble (Capital T) For Reds
If No Foreign Policy Change Eyed

WASHINGTON, Not. 24 UP) r

American experts believe Russia

is taking a new look at us roreiin
..rfUnUriv toward its sat

ellites' that could spell trouble forW "Stalinist"

some of t&e Kremlin nign eom eom-raand.
raand. eom-raand.
Tlev said Russia Is confronted
Irv the knotty question of whether
its beralized" poKcies toward
some satellites, its easing of ten tension
sion tension with the West and the down downgrading
grading downgrading of Stalin have done Mos Moscow
cow Moscow more ham than good.
As seen here, the evidence indi indicates
cates indicates Russia may find mutts to
date more to her detriment than
gain. The outcome, particularly in
View of the continuing crisis In
Hungary, could mean an early
saakeup in Soviet leadership, dip diplomats
lomats diplomats believe.

These experts were cautious,

Maintenance Jobs
Contract Awarded
Panama Company

A low offer of

tared by Bildon

$87,926

Inc. of

was en-

Panama

JU tUm r.nlarpnipnt of the Piling

ivi nv c -j -
and feader systems at Balboa,
Criaiobal, Mount Hope, and Gatun.
Bids wore opened Friday morn morning
ing morning in the Administration Build Building
ing Building at Balboa Heights.

however, as to what such a shake

un ni?ht mean in terms ot mai

vidual leaders. The so-called

wine of the Kremlin

leadership, led by former Foreign
Minister V. M. Motetov, is he

heved to advocate a return to the
tbugher policies in force under the

late Premier josei siaun.
However U.S. officials have not
concluded yet that Molotov's re recent
cent recent appointment as minister of
state control means a step toward
greater power or prominence.
They are watching closely for any
sucb signs.
Diplomats said they have had
no confirmation thus far of re reports
ports reports first heard in France that

Molntov would soon iane over

from Niklta S. Khrushchev

as Communist Party boss, ana
that former Premier Georgi Mal-

enkov would replace Nikolai A.

Bulgamn as premier.
However, Khrushchev and Bul Bul-panin
panin Bul-panin represent the so-called "lib "liberal"
eral" "liberal" wing of Soviet leadership
that brought the new policies Into
effect. Any reappraisal of those
policies that concluded they were
unsuccessful could spell trouble
for the Khnishchev-Bulgahin com combination.
bination. combination. The Kremlin reappraisal is be

lieved to center on these ques

tions:

The degree to which Soviet pol policy
icy policy toward the satellites needs re re-tramnintf
tramnintf re-tramnintf in the licht of the Hun-

The replacement of the piling j gai iau crisis, Poland's move to to-V';
V'; to-V'; i. nart nf the ,or,l oiJntpr freedom from Mos-

Il,i. m.intpnance work of the w and Marshaf Tito of Yugo

Panama Canal Company. It will Uiavia's more challenging tone to

involve tne replacement oi vvi"
imatoly 140 30-foot piles at the
Mboa Ferry; K 70-foot and 75 75-foffles
foffles 75-foffles iT the Balboa docks: 298
to 70-foot pUes at the Cristobal
liars; and 18 5-foot pnes at the
Mount Hope docks.
At the Gatun Locks, the w o r k
ill consist of the complete re replacement
placement replacement Of' th crib fender sys system
tem system at the upper middle approach
wall.
The wet at the Balboa Ferry
Wllf have priority over work at all
iher sites. The repair work will
fee' carried on only during t he
hours of 8 p.m. and e a.m. five
Bights each week:
Ike Never Saw
Thes Squirrels
' Sawdutt, Fla. -(UP)- SmaU
white bundles of fur that flit from
limb to Bmb in the moonlight at
the home of Ray Black near here
are a spine-tingling sight, but they
ire not spooks. They are squir squirrels.
rels. squirrels. And the rare nutcrackers are
not albinos. Most persons attri attribute
bute attribute the white fur to a mutation
of tenes, a sudlen hereditary

change. They first appeared about

20 years ago, their number rang ranging
ing ranging from 25 to 50 each year. All

lack pink eyes, the tell-tale albino

characteristic,
At Black's request, neighbors
have refrained from hunting the
aquirrels which feed freely about
lis home.

Vfomtin notifies

noiu in........

The degree to wmcn moicuw

can rely on her saiemies in me

event of- trouble behind the Iron

curtain or with the west.
Whether the more friendly pol

icy toward Tito is good or bad.

There are growing signs ot a new
eniit between Tito and the Krem

lin over satellite policy.

Mrs. Lilian Forbes
Dies M Rio Abajo
Mn TtlHun imrbes: a former

resident of La Boca, died at her
home in Rio Abajo just after
this mornito following a

long illness. T
A native of Jamaica, B. W. I.,
Mrs. Forbes was 62 years old.
She is survived by her hus husband
band husband Thomas E., a retired Ca Canal
nal Canal Zone employe, her daughter,
Cynthia, and her oons, Claude
and Arnold.

Sixth Arrangement
Class Is Docketed

The sixth session of the current
series of classes irf Flower Ar Arrangement
rangement Arrangement will be held at the

Baibo? YMCA-USO on Monday at
9 a.m. and 7 p.m.
This session deals with dried

nd exotic materials. Mrs. P a t

Morgan, instructor for the course,
expects every student to make

her own arrangement for an im

personal analysis. Those planning

to enter the Flower Show on De December
cember December 10, she adds, will derive

much benefit from this session,

II i I

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by Erskine Johnson

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-By GAILEi

Curundu Church Winds Up
Sunday School Contest

The Curundu Ptxitestant Church,
alonp with thousands of other Pro Protestant
testant Protestant churches throughout Amer America
ica America and around the world, closed
its Sunday school contest last Sun Sunday.
day. Sunday. Over 3.000 nieces of publicity in

the form of letters, posters, hand

bills, and post caras were mauea
and handed out during the con con-teEi.
teEi. con-teEi. Many phone calls and person personal
al personal invitations were given during

the six-week drive.

' Virgil Worsham, Sunday ucnooi
suDerintendent. said attendance

for the contest Sundays beginning
with Oct. 14 and closing with
Nov. 18 was: 1, 153, 174, 157,
178, 187. The average attendance
for the contest was 183 as com compared
pared compared to 120 the same period a
year ago.
Some of the things done during
the contest include the complete
reorganisation of the Sunday
School ittto a closebj-gjaded sys-

The striirnire ioiiuwi uic

tcm. -
normal procedure used in most

churches of cntwren, youm,
adult divisions. But the class
structure is based on the grade

system used in public scnooia.
From the third grade up until the
ninth grade each class follows
this system. Each class is divided
Into a boys' and a girls' class.
A teacher training program was
started on Oct. L The purpose of
these classes, each Monday eve eve-nirg
nirg eve-nirg for 12 weeks, is to thorougn-

iy tram eacn teacher in the use
of (the Bible, visual aids, teaching
methods, discipline problems, and
other factors entering into Sunday
School work.
Contests were held in the clas classes
ses classes during the six-week period
just past to stimulate attendance
and interest. The attendance ban banner
ner banner at the close of the contest
was awarded to the third grade
boys' class, taught by Mrs. Milton
Leiding.
Contest winners from the parti participating
cipating participating churches will be announc announced
ed announced in the March issue of Chris Christian
tian Christian Life magailne, sponsor of the
National Christian Life Sunday
School Contest.

HOLLYWOOD (NEA) Guys
and Dolls: Rock V roll dancin'?

You ain't seen notnin' yet.

lieve," Jan wide-eyed it to mo
just before leaving for New York

to join co-star i.ej Geiin and

Now it's rock 'n' roll walkin' (Director Garson Kanin in rehsars-

by Jayne, Manslield. It's upstairs, ials. She was Deaming because-

downstairs and all around the

town for Jayne in he. first big

movie, The Girl Can't Help It,"

with a song titled, "She's Got
It," and the camera, following

her everywhere, as a running!

gag. Gag?
Jayne's got it and Jayne can't

help it.

"Honest," she Mid, everything

gees up and down. Watch I'll
shew you." It was between scenes
n the set and Jayne demon

strated, her rock n' roll walk

for ma.

Yjpe! Had I known, I would

have taken a dramamine pill.

Man. oh Mansfield! Even the

camera turned around to watch.

Jack Palance says he's through

as a Hollywood SS man.

He's had it and he s fed up. Sb

means strong, silent men in the

liollywoods, and every movie
seems to have one. Jack's been

it" until now the reason he

played the role of a washed-up,
sentimental prize fighter in "Re "Requiem
quiem "Requiem for a Heavyweight" on
CBS-TV's Playhouse 90. It was a
one-man protest to SS roles.

The movia roles offered me,"

Jack said, "are all the same

strong and geed er strong and

"I didn't hav H convince any anyone
one anyone I could play a lady. Kaii.n
convinced Ml."

It's a Broadway family double

bill for Jan- and hubby Paul
Douglas. He'll be stage-starring
there, too, in "A Hole in the
Head." Their year-old son goes
with them for life m a 57th St.
apartment.
Married film stars in different
theaters well, that's one way to
avoid scene-stealing roWs.

31 Dead In Crash, 1
2 Known Survivors
Of French Aircrash

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PICKETING FOR CUPID Delores Mann pickets United
Steel Workers offices In Pittsburgh, Pa., in an attempt to get
a new contract. The United Steel Workers wanted to include
provision that If she marries she loses her job. Delores'
i-.il wouldn't stand for thafc- '

PARIS, Nov. 24 (UP) A New
York-hound Italian airlines (LAI)

plane carrying 45 persons, inciuu
W 13 Americans, crashed a n (

h,,rt into flames in a town on

the outskirts of Paris early tody

At leat 31 persons
known dead. Two were listed as
missing. Rescue workers digging
through the wreckage pulled out
two unidentified survivors.

The a i r 1 i n e s headquarters in
Hnme where the transatlantic

mht originated, said the passen

iniuHerf r.nido Cantelli, 35-

vear-old symphony orchestra lead-

ne ,uhii Wfl nrOLCKC Ul nuav

CI www 14

Toseanini. Cantelli was returning
from Europe to conduct the New New-York
York New-York Philharmonic Symphony

Thursday. . .

The big toyr-enginw "'
t.L!n off in light snow flur-

mvuAA and burst into

flames when It crashed into two
cottages In the tiny hamlet of
Paray Vlellle Peste, twe mile
from Orly Field where the air-
i: u.J taliM att.

ni;. coiH three OCCUDSntS Of

the first house tne piane ww
miraculously escaped death or ln-

iury when the impact nunm m
Into tho cellar of their house.

Mace mams

Tree-Grafting Art 1 1
May Save Forestry
From Bleak Future

MADISON, Wis., Nov. 34 (UP) (UP)-Forestry
Forestry (UP)-Forestry experU at federal labora laboratories
tories laboratories here soon will begin a proj

ect to fecdver millions of acres of

now wasted timber in the Pacific
Northwest.
The U.S. Forest Products Labo Laboratory
ratory Laboratory here will test the strength
and gluing of' "white-pocket"
Douglas fir plywood.
"White-pocket" is nuttine of the

heartwood of over-mature Doug Douglas
las Douglas firs which has rendered the
trees with this condition useless
for plywood.
If a, way could be found to use
this wood, it would mean greater
utilization of our lumber
resources, according to the labo laboratory
ratory laboratory director, J. A. Hall.
"The importance Can be better
appreciated when it is realized
that almost one-third of the soft
wood saw-timber in the United

states is Douglas fir and that a

larg percentage of this timber
contains some white-pocket," Hall
said.
rielimlnary tests already show
that "limited amounts" of white white-pocket
pocket white-pocket can be used for house
sheathing and sub-flooring, the
largest single market for Douglas

in nau saia.
The results of the laboratorv re

search will go to the Douglas Fir

nywooa assoc., whose members

proauce most of the nation's ply
wood. .

The U.S. Forest Service, of

wmcn me jaDoratory is a part, is
anxious to clear out the wttite wttite-pocket
pocket wttite-pocket timber so new timber can

lane us piace.

bad but always silent. I guess

Hollywood had a momentary

awakening about me when did
'Requiem' and then went back to
sleep. But it was my most en enjoyable
joyable enjoyable acting since 'Shane.'"
A "Requeim" movie? Nothing
definite. But if it is made. Author
Rod Serling, says Jack, will be in
on the production seeing that the
plot isn't changed. Serling hasn't
been happy with some of the
movie rewrites of his TV hits.
Palance still exercises the sing singing
ing singing voice he unveiled on TV some
time ago, but he's not thinking of
a filmusicial as an escape from
SS roles. "A musical," he says,
"would be nice for my own
amusement but painful for the

audience.

The Lady Is a tramp to Hol

lywoodbut not to Broadway.

Jan Sterling, who tramped her

way to movie stardom, will play

a nerfect lady tor tne first time

this winter in the late Robert E.
Sherwood's play, "Small War on
Murray Hill."

This is a thing you can't be-

A Couple of movie veterans
were in a confessing mood.
Richard Arleo returned to

Paramount, where he was a star

25 years ago. to work in "The

Mountain" with Spencer Tracy.

It brought back memories.
"In these days," ha told me,
"I was always afraid of being

fired. Then I found a way to in insure
sure insure my job. kept borrowing
money from the studio. I was al always
ways always in heck to them. The only
way they cduld get tho money
back was to keep mo en tho pay

roll." i.
And Jack Coogan. the 'one-time

kid star, of the screen, was cele celebrating
brating celebrating his 42nd birthday and

his 40th year in show business
on the-set of "The Joker Is Wild."
As Jack tells it:
"For the first two years of my
life I just loafed, and my parents
never forgave me."

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ATCKftAY, NOVEMBER M, !W
Oregon State Coach Needs Big Miracle To Win Rose Bowl

THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER

ommy Prothro Already
Worked 'Little Miracle'
To Get Team In Big Game

By JOE SARGIS
NEW YORK, Nov. 24 (UP) Coach Tommy
Prothro, who worked a "little miracle" to get Ore Ore-Ron
Ron Ore-Ron State into the Rose Bowl, will have to work a
"big miracle" if he expects the Beavers to beat Iowa
In the New Year's Day classic.

The Beavers, who win carry a
7-2-1 record into the Rose Bowl,
wer held to a 14-14 tie by arch archrival
rival archrival Oregon Thursday in their
traditional Turkey Day tussle.
Considering their toss to Iowa in
a regular-season g?me. the future
doesn't appear very bright for the
II..., r.n
u,, r, Prnthrn. now
Prnthrn. now in ma
- Hfoflnn state,
H five weeks ana lour a.y
Etaed onlv 1ST" poin s' per
gmegwtole allow ng their opV
game wiuie .:- nr
.".,;, on of 13.1 ooints per
IK 11 1 au -d
contest. ,,
As in most of its games, tne
tussle with Orctfon was close all
the way. Only in its ga'"""
Washington Stale ami IK. .LA.
whiih it won hy scores of 21 -fl 1 and
21-7, respectively, did Oregon Slate
enioy any breathing room. Against
tfe Wools, State twice Ted by
a-touchdown, but both times the

trSc-on State's -fortunes! Cotton Bowl- Texas Christian,
"VUitf Ore on aie s n 1wdin? southwest Conference can-
rTmecTcks SSrov?d their 'dldate meets Rice while jSMU
G a m e c o c k s . D,vlnr r(, others with a

chances for an urange do.
by defeating Wake
V.L south Carolina's seventh
victory in 10 starts The game
marked the season's finale for the
Gamecocks, who now can s it bacK
and see how Duke and Clemson
fee in Saturday games. The Blue
the
Bfcvils and tiKi
oUur
t Tdc ace to gain the
s with a enawe w b
team
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BOWLXNG

0
rtC-NEHl AGAIN TIES FOR
FIRST PLACE IN MAJOR
wwr.MNfi LEAGUE
BP-Nehl bowlers wok
over the Max R. Stempel and
Sons keglers last Tuesday night
at Diablo uiudmuusb s
lanes for ur Potato teMjd
themselves into a tie for flr
place with the Lucky Strike
team, which split with Summit
Hills Golf qlub. Ted Wilber
racked up the high series of 'the
night with games of 209, 221 and
201 for a fine 631 series, and Bil Billy
ly Billy coffey had 179, 206 and 211
for 596, but this was not enougn
to outscore the RC-Nehi team.
Lyons, with 589 and Kaelln with
588, bowled their high series of
the year, while Charters with
585 and Luttenberger with 554
bowled their second and third
high series of the year. Only Al Al-meda
meda Al-meda with 571, bowled his aver average
age average for RC-Nehi.
Meanwhile the Lucky Strikers
managed to take only one game
from the Summit Hills Golf Club
Iflam, but also won pinfall by 15
pins. Neither team scored well;
with pinfall being: only 2595 to
2580 for Lucky Strike. Best scor scored
ed scored high for Lucky Strike with
543, (with the high individual
CAP I TOLIO
SC.
I THREE STRIPES
IN THE SUN
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vagea some glory out of a night nightmare
mare nightmare season, Miami of Ohio de defeated
feated defeated the University of Cincinnati,
27-13, Brown upset Colgate, 20-0,
Virginia tech walloped Virginia
Military, 45-0, Richmond squeezed
oast William and Mary, 6-0, and'
Utah duwned Utah State, 29-7.
Maryland overcame a iwo ioucn
down deficit to defeat North Caro-
liny
25-14, and gain only its sec
. ,rHf:a .ifni it
n
Pennsylvania for a 20-7 victory m
th r (WrH meetine.
.their 63rd meeting.
Hire is how the situation stands
I'm nther howl hODefllls
Sugar Bowl Tennessee, which
more than likely will represent the
Southeastern Conference, plays
Kentucky on Saturday. Georgia
Tech, Southern Methodist and Bay Baylor
lor Baylor arc the other hopefuls. Tech
meets Florida, and SMU plays
Baylor on Saturday.
- .-r ,m nn,slhiH
chance. Guest team possimmies
include Tennessee, Georgia Tech
and Navy, which doesn't play un until
til until Dec. 1, against Army.
Gitcr Bowl Officials trying for
Tenncsee and Georgia Tech, but
may have to settle for Syracuse,
MUsisstoDi. Pittsburgh or wyo
Svraci.se has completed its
season (7-1 ) ; Mississippi p lay
Mia stale on dw, 1: Pitts-
Ibuign piays reim omic av...j,
and Wyoming has completed Us
-
. i, (71.1. ChirrlflV
season (100).
game of the evening with 248)
while Riley led the golfers with
550. Summit stayed in fifth
place with the two-point victo-
ry.
The Seymour Agency insur insur-ancemen
ancemen insur-ancemen lost three points to the
El Rancho keglers, and dropped
from a tie for firsi place into
third. The Ranchers were led by
Hanson, subbing for Ted
Schmidt, with 574, followed by
Boyer with 562. The usually
high-scoring Seymour Insur Insur-ancemen
ancemen Insur-ancemen were led by Kunkel
with 545.
In the final match of the eve evening,
ning, evening, the H. I. Homa Co. tilesev
ters took over the last-place
Fuerza y Luz powen boys by a
three-point victory. Bud Balcer,
who has scored six consecutive
series of over 627, was held to
554. Bill Rogers, who has been
having (tough luck all season,
led the Homa keglers with 590
with games of 174,210 and 206.
Bill Allen, of the Fuerza y Luz,
scored his biggest series of the
year with games of 185, 226 and
200, followed by Rollle Glelch-
man with 582. Allen's average

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The standings of the teams
after 12 weeks of the 28-week
season:
Team
Won Lost
RC Nehl 31
Lucky Strike 31
Seymour Agency 30
El Rancho Garden ... 25
Summit Golf Club ... 22
H. Homa Co 21
Stempel and Sons .... 16
Fuerza y Luz 16
17
17
18
23
26
27
32
The ten high-average bowlers
of the league, after 36 games
are:
Bowler
Games Ave.
Balcer
Gleichman ..
Toland .. ..
Kunkel .. ..
Almeda ., ,.
Best
. 30
.(12
. 33
. 36
. 36
. 33
21217
202 5
19214
19135
19115
18819
18810
187 6
186 7
18527
Casclo 21
Colberv 33
Wilber 36
Nunes 33

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Kevin McCarthy in
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ARTISTAS ,.Al50:.
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NUNCA with Bela Lugosi and
with Maria Victoria Lon Chaney jr.

Bright Future
Predicted For
Carlos Heron

By J. J. HARRISON JR.
The champion chesterfield
Smokers, who are putting spe special
cial special emphasis on the develop development
ment development of young native players,
will Introduce to the fans this
season Carlos Heron, a prospect
who observers say Is sure to go
far In baseball.
Heron, a 22-year-old taftelder
who has had three years of
pro experience in the U.S., al although
though although he has never played in
the Panama Pro Loop, was
with Amarillo. Class A West Western
ern Western League, last summer.
In 136 games the five-ten, 170
pound native of the province of
.Bocas del Toro batted 299, drove
in 96 runs, blasted 12 round round-trippers,
trippers, round-trippers, while playing good de
fensive ball at third base
CARLOS HERON
Heron, who got his start In
amateur leagues in his home
province, will not be seen as a
regular this season.
His favorite position, third
base, is already held down by
Clyde Parris, one of the best ln ln-flelders
flelders ln-flelders In Panama's history,
and with Manito Bernard at
second, and Frank Austin and
Eugenio Houradeau at short,
there does not appear to be
much space left in the infield for
the husky-looking youngster.
However, manager Andy Co Cohen,
hen, Cohen, who has spoken glowing glowingly
ly glowingly of the boy, bel'eves he ean
be used In right field along
with another rookie, Copa
Castillo, who is to be given a
shot at that position.
"A promising kid like Heron Is
good to have around," say Co Cohen,
hen, Cohen, "and It's a cinch he won't
go through the entire season
warming the bench."
Sports Car Fans
Members of th Isthmian
Sports Car Club will meet Sun Sunday
day Sunday at the Diablo Clubhouse for
an on masse drivo to Gorgona
Beach for a picnic and swim swimming
ming swimming party. Tho drive will be begin
gin begin at a.m.
Al sport car enthusiasts ar
invited.
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SQUARE DEAL Bobby Cox holds as Dick BorsUd kicks
fleld goals through specially-modified goal posts on Minne Minnesota's
sota's Minnesota's practice field. The target area paid off. The Gophers
won two games on last-minute placements by the fullback.

Olympic
MELBOURNE, Nov. S4 (UP)
A f ired-up French team, back backed
ed backed by the cheers of a partisan
pic basketball competition, scor scored
ed scored a 76 to 67 win over Russia.
It was a close hard-fought
battle all the way with the Rus Russians
sians Russians losing three men and the
French Itwo on fouls in the final
half.
The Russians were defeated
only by the United States in the
1952 play In Helsinki, Finland
and were regarded a strong
threat to America's chances of
repeating in the current Games.
The victorious Frencn marcn marcn-ed
ed marcn-ed ahead with their second
straight, their first being an 81 81-54
54 81-54 decision over Singapore.
MELBOURNE, NOV. 24 (UP)
The Philippines defeated Japan
77 to 61 tonight In a hard fought
basketball game that eliminated
the Japanese from the semi-finals.
It was the Philippine team's
second vlctorv In two games and
the second straight setback for
japan In Group A or tne oas oas-ketball
ketball oas-ketball competition.
The Philippines d e f e ated
Thailand 94 to 55 In the first
round while Japan lost to the
United States 98 to 40.
MELBOURNE, Nov. 24 (UP)
Bulgaria defeated the Republic
of Korea basketball team 89 to
58 in a second round game to today.
day. today. The score at half time was
47 to 33 in the Bulgarians favor.
MELBOURNE, Nov. 24 (UP
Germany beat New Zealand
by five goals to four in Olympic
hockey competition here today,
scoring the winning tally In the
last few seconds.
MELBOURNE, Nov. 24 (UP)
Igor Rybak of Russia won the
lightweight weightlifting cham championship
pionship championship today as he smashed
two Olympic records and aggre aggregated
gated aggregated 837 and one half pounds,
breaking the record of 827 and
one half pounds set by Tommy
Kono on the United 8tates in
the 1952 Games. His lift was 799
pounds.
Khaboutdlnov lifted a total of
822 pounds, also exceeding
Kono's old Olympic mark to give
Russia first and second In the
event.
Chlng Kim, a plucky tiny Ko Korean
rean Korean pulled off the surprise of
the day in the competition when
he came in third.
The U.S. did not have a com competitor
petitor competitor in the lightweight class.
VICTORIA
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WILDERNESS
Chapters 4-6
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Results

MELBOURNE, Nov. 24 (UP)
Willie Roth, of Germany, to today
day today decisioned light welter
weight boxer Thomas Schuster
of the Fiji Islands in a first
IVUUn DOUV,
MELBOURNE, Nov. 24 (UP)
Poland's zblgniew piettrzykow piettrzykow-skl
skl piettrzykow-skl outpointed Richard Karpov
of Russia in the light welter welterweight
weight welterweight class.
In another light welter weight
bouit, Ulrich Klenast of Germa Germany
ny Germany won by decision over James
Montgomery of Canada.
JC-AC Basketball
Game Moved Up
To Monday Night
The basketball game between
Junicr College and, the Athletic
Club has been moved uo from
Wednesday to Monday night, ac according
cording according to JC coach Stewart
Brown.
The game will still be played at
i p.m. in tne Haiboa Fieldhouse.
There will be no preliminary
game.
Starters for the Athletic Club
wiir b Walch, Nesbitt, Nickisher,
McArthur and Markowitz.
For the Green Devils, the start starters
ers starters will be Raybourne, Lincoln,
Fogel, Quesada and Blackall.
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The 1957 Panama Open golf

tournament the real big time
pro-amateur golfing event of
the Isthmus will again be held
this coming year at the Panama
Golf Club course on Jan. 10, 11,
12 and 13, It was announced to today
day today by Dick Dehlinger, general
chairman of the open commit committee.
tee. committee. This annual sporting event
creates more spectator interest
here on the Isthmus than any
other event, for it is always
strictly major calibre with the
biggest professional names in the
golfing world participating.
Golfers like Arnold Palmer,
Sam Snead, Roberto De Vlcenzo,
Antonio Cerda. Doug Ford, Lew
Worsham, George Bayer, Art
Wall, only to mention a few, are
the ktad of players who come
here to compete for the $7,500
in prize money. It is expected
that next year's tournament will
contain the best field of players
ever gathered here for this e e-vent.
vent. e-vent. Louis Chandeck, president of
the Panama Golf Club, recently
announced the full committee to
handle all of the many details
that are essential to make an af affair
fair affair of this magnitude click and
also stated that Dehlinger would
leave tnis .week-ena tor tne
United States to contact many
of the professionals and get
their names on the dotted line
to maxe-up me ivoi wury uau
The In committee follows:

Honorary chairman. President tion of circumstances works to
Don Ernesto de la Guardia; gen- ,;he disadvantage of the Bull Bull-eral
eral Bull-eral chairman, Dick Dehlinger; dogs tad ,t ls te make
co-chairman, Fred Gerhardt second straight championship a
Ass to chairman Alberto Ar as difflcult m t,,,
Carlos de la Guardia; publicity,

iSL" m ffi tlSSfi i Fred whM1 the eMon, PlMU were
ijSFrJSSS& Gor- beln lald y coach Jim Hurin
Sf'hSjBmihe had counted on the services
".L'n;: of two returning letter winners

"""r2. Tna" Qmnh
rans: concessions, jacx aincr,
Paul Kiener; program advertis advertising,
ing, advertising, Grace Dehlinger, Dora Az Az-carraga,
carraga, Az-carraga, Jim Ridge; treasurer,
John Westman; gallery and
marshals. Manuel Esptaosa, Pi
co Diaz, Alberto Arias, Jim Desi
Londes, Joe Malarky, and Tom
Scott: course comm., Louis Mar
tins and Anlbal Macarron; reg registration
istration registration and entries, Dick Deh Dehlinger
linger Dehlinger and Fred Gerhardt; hotel
and transparlatton, Joe Cun Cunningham
ningham Cunningham and-Red Smith; pair-
tags, starters, and ruies, ou;
Medlnger, Bob Lombrola and
Dehlinger; score board. Panama
Gua
Women's Gol f Association; cai
cutta pool. Alberto Arias, srei

Gerhardt, Dr. Earl Gerrans andVer. To help brighten the out

Manuel Espinoea; wipieta w-
ets, Gabriel de la ouaraia, r en en-pe
pe en-pe Clement and Carlos de la
Guardia.
Shantz to Hold
Press Parley
In Colon
By HERBERT MOI8E
COLON A release from the
Carta Vleja Yankee front office
indicates that Billy Shantz, new
Yankee field boss, will officially
"meet the people" through their
representatives members of the
local press. This conference will
be held at the "Camera de Jo Jo-venes"
venes" Jo-venes" building in Colon at 8th
and Bolivar Avenue on the nlghs
of Dec. 2. Time has not been an announced
nounced announced pending on the arrival
of the team from Miami where
they have been in "spring train
ing" since Nov. 20.
Shantz and his squad arrived
in Miami and immediately went
into preparation for. the coming
season which begins on Dec. 5.
The 1955 last placers will play
their first game Dec. 6.
Finishing a dismal last place
in 1955, the Yankees under Kub Kub-skl
skl Kub-skl followed pattern of alternat alternating
ing alternating good seasons with poor ones.
Indications from last season's
closing period lead one to be believe
lieve believe that this will be the Yanks'
year. Kubskl and his charges
closed with a rush but railed to
overcome an early season letha r-
gy that had them deep in the
Panama Pro League cellar.
' The percentages favor shantz,
Now that a good year is theore
tically m tne making, Biny nas
augmented his championship
possibilities by getting together
a good team. Billy Is taking no
chance on the Intangible but
has made every effort to give
the Sindicato Deportes, s.A. a
winning team in their first venture.

Editor: CONRADO SARGEANT

BHS Basketball Squad
Seeks Second Victory
Against CHS Tuesday

Balboa High Schol basketball
team will be out after its second
win In three starts this season
when they engage the always
dangerous Cristobal team this
Tuesday at the Balboa Gym. The
Bulldogs won their first game
of the young season by defeat defeating
ing defeating the Athletic Club' five, 68 68-55.
55. 68-55. In the one that really count counted;
ed; counted; the Interscholastic League
opener, the Bulldogs were edged
by a single point In a thrilled
packed 48-49 contest.
The BHS round ball artists are
the defending champs in the
local school league, but they
have already seen that the job
of successfully defending the ti title
tle title is going to be a tough one.
College has one of 'its better bas basketball
ketball basketball teams, and the Cristobal
high school team Is always a
good sound outfit. Both of these
I teams have more experienced
baH players returning than the
Bulldogs, plus the fact that the
defending titllst have a new,
mentnr thi. vr Thi, .xmhing.
' plus two boys who vnt on the
varsity squad for
the 1955-56
turned out,
season. As things
Hurin found himself with one
letlterman and one squad mem member
ber member by the end of the first day's
practice. Dan Winklosky ls the
lone returning monogram hold
er and Raul Barbara the squad
member. Lost via the' football
injury Jin was Owen Suther Sutherland
land Sutherland an outstanding Jloor man
and defensive player last year.
The bther experienced player.
Kenny Morris, tossed in the
sponge after the first day and
decided not to play this year.
Not all the BHS basketball
sews is on the dready aide, how-
look for the Bulldogs was the
rdturn of big (6 ft. 4 in.) Jack
Winklosky to the hardwood
floors. Jack has no varsity ex
perlence, but he did put In a

' ...
Amador Golfers Move
Into Second Round
Of Tasco Tournament

Fort Amador Golfers today re
sumed play in the second round
oft he Tasco Battery Tourna Tournament,
ment, Tournament, one hundred and eight
hoc-etuls last week started In
quest of the prises of Goodyean
Tires and Air Foam Matrasses
and Tasco Batteries, but In the
first round no one established a
commanding lead.
As expected, Bill Dickens, the
club champion, ls ahead in the
championship flight with a net
68, leading M. H. Mahone who
took advantage of a seven han
dicap to net a 69. J. Laiiy ana
Cal Riggs are also only a stroke
off the pace. C S. McGowan's
72 ties him with Dickens for low
gross honors.
In the first flight Gene Brown
had a 80-12-68 to set tne pace
but eleve Bell and T. Spencer
are right on his heels with 69s.
Sam Johnson leads W. Butler
in the 2nd flight by one stroke,
but T. H. Sewell, R. Oangle and
R. Binder are close behind.
Johnson had the best gross
score In the second flight with
an 85.
Complete results of the first
round Indicates that this will be
a wide open tournament and
few of the golfers can be count
ed out at this time.
Championshrp Flight Tasco
Battery
fame and score:
B. Dickens 68, C Riggs 69, M.
Mahone 69, J. Lally 60, C. Mc Mc-Gowan
Gowan Mc-Gowan 70, C Lanza 72. A. Kline
72, H. F. Donovan 72. J. KW-
cald 72, W. Duffus 72, W. Moyni-
nam 72, w. h. Gross 73, D. Dren
nan 73, M. Chester 73, M. Oaks
73, S. Garriel 74, T. Jacks 75, V.
Lombrola 75, P. Moran 75, G.
Fish 75, G. GUdersleeve 78, J. W.
Oarney 78, H. W. Post 79, W.
Duffus 80, S. J. Jorgenson 85.
let Flight Tasco Battery
E. Brown 68, O. Bell 69, T. B.
Spencer 69, H. Lehman 89, F.
Weade 70, R. Williams 71, J.
Hosklns 73, J. F. Cain 73, P. Ba Ba-donski
donski Ba-donski 74. D. Knoll 74. J. Robl
74, N. McCardell 74, M. O'Dell
176, L. Clevenger 76, F. Gorsich
75, E. Best 76, C. A. Courville 77,
3. Walker 77, at Coffey 78, H.

year or two of j.v. ball befort
dropping out of all sports for a
year, jack showed up well a a-gatast
gatast a-gatast the j.c. last Wednesday
and If he continues to Improve
be will be a real asset td the
Bulldog's cause.
Moving up from the J.VJ team
of last year are six young men
who will make their names well
known In local basketball circles
before they complete their nigh
scheol days. Charlie French
earned the starting call for the
J.O. game, and although only a
sophomore, he showed up welL
Once be gets the range from
outside he will be a dangerous
boy and the opponents won't be
able to drop off and let him fire
away like the Green Devils did

Wednesday. Lm Klrkland, an another
other another sophomore, also e-ot the
St.art.inn. .Pll analncf T f J U-
played with great poise He has
the same trouble French doel at
present, but a few more wmies
under his belt should him
the eye to pepper the nets from
the outside.
The remainder of the six to
move up are all Juniors. George
Klrkland, Ai Nahmad, Flo Dele Dele-gado,
gado, Dele-gado, and George Barbler are
the boys. None of them saw ae-
tlon against J.C. so It is difficult
to appraise their basketball abil ability
ity ability at this writing. To compete
the squad are two more boys to
go along with the Winklosky
brothers, and make up the 4 sett settlors
lors settlors on the squad. Joe Chalmers,
the only BHS reserve to get in
the j.c. game, and Ritchie More,
still out with a sore knee from
football, complete the 1956-57
nuuaog team.
This brief rundown of the per-
sonal points out rather
clearly
uwi me Bunaogs wui be an in inexperienced
experienced inexperienced team, but the ball
thtor played against J.C. also
point ou that this inexperi inexperience
ence inexperience need net be tee costly. The
Bulldog will get a ehance to add
some experience this Tuesday
night on their home court when
they, play the CHS five m the
first of the three games between
the two schools this year. the
two Junior varsity teams ;wlll
lence need not be
open festivities at 6:30 with the
1 varsity game to follow immedl-
ately. ';
WiUenbrock 19, T. Ryan 1.
Smith 82, E. Owens 84, G. Cain
65, w. Jamison J7, T. J. wilber
87, R. Dales 90.
Jnd Flight Tasee Battery
S. Johnson 67. W. Butler ae. T.
Sewell 69, R. Gangle 69, R. Pe Pe-ralta
ralta Pe-ralta 70, K. Binder 70, C. Oas Oas-taneda
taneda Oas-taneda 71, D. H. Smith 71, W.
Akers 73, C. Youngerblood 74, J.
Caranagh 74, T. Hots 74, R.
Hughes 74, A. J. OXeary 74, W.
Bardie 78, W. Essllnger 78, F.
Brace 76, B. Schuamcher 78, J.
P. Smith 76, A. C. Davlea 77, E.
Jones 77, E. Mecadon 77, O. Trl Trl-fone
fone Trl-fone 77, M. Hill 78, M. Brlehl 78,
J. Mack 79, W. Kennedy 79. F?
Dunsmoor 79, H. Coogan go, w.
Holda 80, M. Schoch 82, J. Smith
82, E. Hocut 82, F. Richards 85.
Bad Weather Forces
Olympic Rowing
Heals Postponement
BALLARAT, Nov. 24 (OTi
The repechage heats in the
Olympic rowing competition
were called off today because of
hisjh winds and choonv water on
Lake Wendouree and will be
held tomorrow.
The officials decided to call
off the rest of today's schedule
after the Germany coxless four
rowed the two thousand meter
repechage all alone as a test run
to automatically gain the semi
finals. Finland had withdrawn
to advance Germany automati automatically.
cally. automatically. The weather was so bad that
protests were made in the stasia
sculls by Mexico's Roesler Fro Fro-ernberg,
ernberg, Fro-ernberg, whose shell capsized
because of the rough water and
he was unable to finish in a re repechage
pechage repechage won by Jim Hill of New
Zealand. He protested that be because
cause because of the conditions the' race,
should not have been rowed and
asked for a re-run, but his pro-
test proDamy win oe tnrown out
because it was not made within
1 the time limit el a half-an-hour
after the race was run.

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Big Trading Season Needs Push, So Start Willi Lemon For Janse

SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 34, 1956

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(NEA Radio-Telephoto)
AMERICAN SPEEDSTERS Arnold Sowell (right), of Pitts Pittsburgh,
burgh, Pittsburgh, 800 meter speedster, and Charles Jenkins, of Cambridge,
Mass., 400 meter ace, step out during a practice session at
' Olympic Village, Melbourne, Australia.

by
JOE WILLIAMS

A BIG ONE LEFT: The only gama of maer importance that ramaini
to be played on an Eastern gridiron before the '56 teaion s result! are
deeded over to poiterity, bringi Pitt and Penn State together tomorrow. If
Pitt win it mean the championship and a bowl-bid. Vary likely the Cot Cotton.
ton. Cotton. The Orange and Rose Bowl are closed corporations, and Jim Crow, a
political exhumation of recent data, now determines eligibility to the Now
Orleans Sugar Bowl. In the unlikely eyent that Pitt loses, tha champion
(hip would go to Syracuse, unbeaten except by ... you guessed it, Pitt.
r' IT'S ONLY MONEY: This year's Army-Navy feme can have
no bearing on any championship, regional or otherwise. The
Cadets are thrice beaten; the Midshipmen walked the plank for
Tulane and had to settle for a 7-7 truce with Duke. Under the
circumstances, the financial aspects of the game will overshadow
the: performance implications. While the two service schools are
splitting, let's say $700,000, by-products Included, Philadelphia
ins, groceries, cabs, clip joints, etc., will share a week-end busi business
ness business wind fall of. million minimum by Chamber of Commerce.
ittotU TM take xn chrysanthemums alone, rauat-inn to 200,t
OQO. The, mop-headed yellow mum is standard equipment for
WUtfurylves attending the A-N show,,
WHAT' KEPT YOU? The long overdues (which Is short for
the Yales) take on Harvard in a game which, as such, can be

of interest only to the ancestral lines of the Lowells, the Cabou

and J. P. Marquand's late George Apley strain. And yet for all

anyone knows for sure, the long overdues may legitimately rank
with the best In the East. They waited nearly three years to
arrive; but when they finally did It was an event of no minor
consequence. They took a good, hard-hitting, unbeaten Prince Princeton
ton Princeton team that had been expertly and expediently brought to
peak form for this particular game and almost literally tore
it to shreds with an attack that had power, guile, speed, spirit
and resolution. To quote one Old Blue: "For the first time they
used all their weapons." The variety and venom of the Yale fire
reduced the Princeton defense to rubble.
CALLED IT RIGHT: This was the team Francis Wallace of
Collier's, and Herman Hickman of Sports Illustrated (both know knowing
ing knowing football men) had in mind when they predicted Yale would
win' the national distinction this season; this was the team that
rival coaches and responsible press-box dwellers said had the
kind of material that Is found In the Big Ten more often than
in the Ivy eight; this was the team,- essentially the same, and
with one year's less experience, that beat Army last fall... an
Army team that went on to beat one of Navy's better teams a
few weeks later; this was the team that everybody hereabouts
was waiting to see... and now that they were 4 seeing It... and
in a truly tremendous display of talents. .the puzzle became
more confusing, rather than less. Why did it take the young
men so long to play up to their potentials?
- LETHAL AIR GUN8: This was. a different Yale team in that
It threw the ball more than Is its custom, picking up 176 yards
via the air. They even had Dennis McGill passing, and this
must have startled the Princeton coach as much as presumably
It did Han&some Dan. The passing patterns were Imaginatively
conceived and proficiently executed. A tribute to coachly dili diligence
gence diligence and player capability. By contrast the Tigers overhead
game seemed sorely inadequate, but this was due more to the
leal of the Yale defense than any fundamental Princeton weak weakness
ness weakness in this department.
ADD QUESTIONS; Where was Yale's air gun against Colgate
When 10 throws netted only 44 yards in a 14-6 defeat?
MORE APMY FUMBLES: There Is no mystery about what
happened to Army in Pittsburgh. They simply ran into topjnuch
team, just as our scouts had been saying all along. Specifically,
they ran into too much line. Once they needed a foot in a crit critical
ical critical fourth-down situation and couldn't make an men. Pitt took
over and moved to its third touchdown. The Cadets were plagued
by fumbles again. Pitt's first two scores grew out of fumbles
that wwe recovered, respectively, on Army's 14 and 27. Some Somehow
how Somehow the impression persists that Army fumbles more ; than mart
big-time teams. The Panthers took command of the game in
thi setond half; they used the pass to open up the Army de defend
fend defend ud thereby mike their ground game more effective The
longer the iame went the more they dominated it, thanks to
their siaT and Tthe depth of their squad. Last wee our scout
rirJd- "Pitt has the best line n the country and the best
Ss in East'He'ean say that X" Tt 8?
be necessary if we had paid more attention to him the first time.

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NEW YORK, Nov. 24 (NEA) -About
this time every year, the
baseball man perks up.
He has been sourly surveying
the football-cluttered sports pages
for some time and feels it is time
to pull out one of the two aces
he holds.
He saves one. That is the list of
players who already have signed

Southpaws, OK El sewhere,
Have No Place In Prize Ring

1957 contracts. Their names are The aonouncer said Kenny Lane
breathlessly released, one per day. switched from the orthodox

y HARRY GRAYSON It's some time before he catcher
oh and by then a fight could Ik
NEW YORK, Nov. 24 (NEA) nearly over."

Many natural southpaws were

starting some time in January.

HaHMMaKwre-" -The
other he puts right to work.'
"This figures to be," he says,1

"the hiffpnst, trariincr spasnn ever

This immediately generates m- owior nigni.

terest among fans. So they get announcer probably was

stance to that of a southpaw the made even more formidable by

Better to protect himself. I being turned around and put on
Tfiis was between rounds, of the the right track. A notable case
Muskegon Mauler's struggle wita was that of Ad Wolgast, a fierce
Frankie Ryff at Miami Beach the lightweight of the 45-round dajs

m California. Jake LaMotta was a

converted southpaw. So

ready to watch the minor league. ful1 f pmne juice because if yo i current Carmen

are the

Tony
Sandy

Basilio,

assembly in Jacksonville. Fla.. ever saw a natural left-handed. DeMarco, Johnny Saxton,

Dec. 2. and the majors' affair a and-footed prize fighter it is Lane. I Saddler and Frankie Ryff.

week later in Chicago. I It is a shame that someone' Lew Tendler was the lone

didnt switch Lane around before standout exception in the line of

Memories of past "big t rading was too late. As a rising, southpaws. 1 he great Philadelphia
seasons" when the most th a; young lightweight with his right! lightweight of 30 years ago used
changed hands were a few bills i t fot forward, it will be increasing, his weapons from the portside

a late card game are forgotten as more difficult for him to ob-

the fan prepares himself for a tai" good matches. He is as awk
couple of key moves that wi.l ward and as much of an agony
bring the pennant to his town.' i fighter as most southpaws.
I The conventional boxer has ev-
ly th. time ho realized the only! !tjihw ft.? ra e t
h .J., .rnH K.n... "uPw. The best of them have.

.7r,.; . T Joe

uty uuuiy inneiaer ana two mr-

Louis, never accused rrf a.

nor leaguers to be named later ill bov Melln R. .7. ??cunea. 10
exchange for a. .240 hitting Baltl-lS SLVK

" WUIUU

more miiemer, u is too late, ease- j,,,,. r"2T r.

ball has grabbed the interest-ani 1CJ" ZS at me

those signed contracts are nearly

ready to be announced.

It is

bucks office.

'I don't fight no southpaws,"
emphasized Louis. "They spend 10
lAtfC Intnhinrt i. 1

inowVorarme to throw'it

Therefore, we are herewith put- oX.?0 tnd do evrythmg
lishing a few bits of trade newi, annj fj-i,r ...
that run from factual to gossip t' ,'1" u'

outright conjecture. They are C, Y k ,riL. w

however, geared to producing

something the baseball men have

not done of late setting up Inter
esting situations
Take, for example, the trade
Cleveland should make. The In Indians
dians Indians should sent Bob Lemon to
the Red Sox in return for Jackie
.Tpnspn th rlan-itn hirtr

, r (
The Indians then could shin A

Rosen to Washington and get Ed

die Yost, still a good third sacker.

Cincinnati should go out and will
a pennant by giving Ted Kluszew
ski to toe Phillies for Robin Rob Roberts.
erts. Roberts. If this were to fail, all Gabe
Paul needs to do .is send Wally
Post to the Giants for Ruben Gomes.

The Giants, incidentally, would
have to stay up nights for this

one. Because, after noting the ob

bad by a southpaw.

After a sad oarlv exnerienre

Bud Taylor, the Tttre Haute Ter-J

ror of 30 years ago, positively re refused
fused refused to have anything more to do
with a bloke who boxed with his
right foot in front.
"Most southpaws leave the fans
with a dark brown taste," says
Manny Seamon, who trained Ben Benny
ny Benny Leonard and Louis.
"The fight is made worse by
the, orthodox fighter having to do
everything in reverse and being
gummed up mentally. The ortho.
dox fighter doesn't see enougJi
southpaws to get wise to them. It's
like a guy listening to double-talk.

'.:;j;J wKtto ?Jr JrfiP If

with the skillful execution of the
.inest orthodox fighter.
Benny Leon.' id and Tendler
met at their respective peaks. Leo Leonard
nard Leonard fully realized that it was a

dangerous fight, but his principal;
worry was T e n d 1 e r's southpaw

style.
Old-timers will :11 you what
happened. Leonird talked him him-seif
seif him-seif out of a bad situation in a

close first trip, but Won going a-l

way in 15 rounos t year later.
Leonard made a study of south southpaws
paws southpaws while using them as spar sparring
ring sparring partners. Until then, the tiieo tiieo-ry
ry tiieo-ry was that an orthodox fighter
should lead with his right against
a southpaw. Leonard found that
didn't pay off, but had Tendler
beat when he discovered that the
short cut to success was dropping
a hook over Tendler's jab. Quite

naiurany, Benny naa more on 1 1

the hook then Lew could put into
the jab.
But, as Benny Leonard said,
and Joe Louis and many others a a-gree,
gree, a-gree, there should be a law a a-gainst
gainst a-gainst southpaws in the ring.

Field & Stream

REVERSING THE TROUT
CALENDAR
By AL McCI.ANE
Fishing Editor
IF YOU want to reverse the cal calendar
endar calendar this winter and get sum summer
mer summer trout fishing while the U. S.
is locked in a deep freeze, there
are several South American coun countries
tries countries which rate among the beat
in the world for fly fishing.
Fly down to Buenos Aires, for

! instance, and you have a choice

of two package trips to the b a c k
country, where the results in
terms of trout and landolcked sal salmon
mon salmon are strictly for the records.

rresn water :ismng is a compa

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RIGHT SPIRIT United States athletes. Thane Baker, left,
of Elkhart. Kans., and James Lea of San Jose, Calif., right, have
a friendly word for Germany's Heinz Laufer in Melbourne.

NEW CHIEF.. Kerby Far Far-rell
rell Far-rell is expected to be named
the new manager of the Cleve

land Indians. His Indianapolis ratively new sports in the Pan-A

ciud won me utile worm aeries
last fall. He is a chain man.

Erin Needs Luck Of The Irish

serv a tions made here, they would II II l
trstojps&ts sA Melbourne Olympic Games

Milwaukee in exchange for Red

Schoendienst.

The Dodgers finished the season

with Don Bessent and R ogjer

Craig dome a lot of pitching. To

gether, they didn't earn what Don

Newcombe did.
This situation slops over to sev
eral spots on the field where re
crults are going to be playing
next season with creaking veter
ans used part-time. This spells dis'
content.

MELBOURNE, Nov. 2t (UP) -J way, were waitin in Honolulu,

Sure 'tis the luck of the Irish the
boys from Erin will be needin' at

the Oympic Games.
Not that it isnt' a fine group

a broth of a boy each and ivery

one of them, mind ye.But it ust
comes down to the fact that there
are too miny folks from the Ould

Sod outside of Ireland.

The Irish are thick as fleas onJ

a dog s back, no matter where ye

ized the whole domned place.

They needed a shellelagh, they
did, to get away from the Frienn
1" Sons of St. Patrick, the Ancieqi,
der of Hibernians, the Knights

of Columbus and various in-strag

The Yankees will, of course,
make a typical deal. They will
get Dick Donovan, the Chicago

right-hander, by giving Andy Ca'l

rey and somebody like Norm Sei
bern.
ax i li .

:.rl.r,T"g -ilr. such a. the the O-hey finally made it to the Olym

complete with green leis and a big

feed at Kelly's place, known to

some as the Reef Hotel.
Surely the Irish never had bet better
ter better Irish food: poi and cream
puffs and ice cream and other
sich Dublin delicacies.
But whin the Irish landed in
Melbourne, now what do ya think
happened? Why, 'of course, the
Friendly Sons of St. Patrick were
waitin' again with kilted band
and supper invitations and more
attention than you'd get wearing
an orange tie in Killarney on
March the 17th.

But, the hevvins be praised,

npinrirh HiH nnt tlr fhm Ciinru

coaching job because of a love r
clapping hands smartly while
standing behind third base. He
wants to be a manager.
On the other hand, Leo Duroch Duroch-er
er Duroch-er did not take the Cleveland job
because he is supposedly a high high-priced
priced high-priced telecasting man and would
need half of Municipal Stadium to
make it a face-saving move. The
Lip wanted the job badly. Rut he
can't be caught taking merely a
manager's contract.
Even if his TV days are growing
short.

s3

hove you joined
the fun of the

FRIDAYS & SATURDAYS
Midnite to 4:30 a.m.
with the
piano bat and drum
' combination of the

GEORGE
G0D0Y
TRIO

la the air-conditioned
SALLtaVi RQOsntt
ajgateap on the house at
4:30 a.m.
George also plays the piano
10 p.m. to 2 a.m.
Tues.. Wed. A Than.

the Lord hold each and ivery one
of thim in the hollow of His hand.
But as the story goes, there
were just too many of thim.
Now ye may ask what happened
to the Irish fighters, and bad cest

to ya. Because there's seven of

them on this team from Erin and
they be good ones, too, they be.
The trouble was with the res
of the Irish.
It's a long way from the Htttt
green isle, flying across the route
that all the New York policemei
took by boat. Then on acros

America, where the Irish laid a 1

pic Village, they did

With ivery mother's son of thim
ten pounds overweight:
Nor was that the end of it,
begorrah.
The boxers needed action, to be
certain. So the lads beat the of official
ficial official flag raising by hoisting the
biggest 1 Irish flag ever seen on a
flag pole meant for a tiny little
banner. They came running, they
did, those officials.
But the flag stayed there, it
did.
Where are the men, you well
may ask, who will defy 12 Irish Irishmen
men Irishmen standing shoulder to should

mencan countries, with the first
plantings of trout made about 20

years ago. Eggs and fingerling
were flown from the States, to get
the original stock and today
hatcheries have been established
in Argentina and Chile.
Rainbow trout to 38 d o ii n H

nrpwn trout up to, .20 pounds

ijuuiius nave Deen"cught in

nign country lakes. Average
weights are lower, of course, hut
fish from 10-to 15 pounds are
common in all the river systems.
The nine-day trip, for instant

costs $345 for each member of a
four-angler party. Your tab cov covers
ers covers the services of an English English-speaking
speaking English-speaking fishine

round trip plane fare from Buenos
Aires to Barioche, all hotel acco accomodations
modations accomodations and meals in Buenos

yw oaruocne, Lake Hess and

witcuTOu bu licenses, taxes

ups, transportation by
boats and motor cars

If you tried to dn t.hii

it might easily run twice the pack package
age package price, and then you wouldn't

"ve caperi guwance

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the railroad tracks. And at eachier for the flag? And sivin of them

stop, there were the Friendly Sons official fighters needing action.

Erin may not win any gold med-

of St. Patrick, kilts and bands and
foine big feeds.
So whin they finally make it
away from San Francisco, what

do ye think happens thin? Why the

Friendly Sons of St
'em and keep 'em

als, acushla. But the world will
know they've been here. After all,
ire lad, they've got the biggest
flag and the fattest athletes in the

Patrick, bless village. That they have, thanks to

from harm s the Friendly Sons of St. Patrick.

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FOR SALE: Bamboo sat, chair,
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cellaneous miscellaneous tablet. Phono Cristo Cristobal
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FOR SALE: Dinetr. set: tabic,
4 chairs $30; refrigerator 12 cu.
ft. $45; large gas range $35;
hot water heater $30; now plas plastic
tic plastic living room sot: couch, 2
chairs $100; now 21 -in. blond
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Home No. 14- 49 Street (up (upstairs)
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FOR SALE: Wardrobe, double
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PITTSBURGH (UP) -Top offi
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confronted with the first organized
rebel movement in the 20-year his history
tory history of the 1,200,000 member
union, today readied a campaign
aimed at, squelching the dissi
dents.
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Donald, who has headed the pow
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Philip Murray in 1952, has decided
to "take off the gloves" in'deallng
with an anti-administration faction
in the ranks.
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picked as their issue the action
of the USW international conven
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mill-studded Monogahela Valley at
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puli? out of his pocket a fountain
pen ana pencil set instead of a
ticket. The motorist then is told
thatl here is no desire to make
a criminal of him and if he will
buy a pen and pencil set the
speeding violation will be forgot
ten."
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which the motorist bought were
words indicating it was sold to
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Cop Four Olympic Gold Medals;
1-2-3 in 400-meter Hurdles
MELBOURNE, Nov. 24 (UP) The U. S. stormed into the lead over Russia in the Olympic Games today by
winning four more gold medals with victories in the 100-meter dash, broad jump, hammer throw and a clean sweep
in the 400-meter hurdles led by Glenn Davis of Ohio State.
Amassing a total of 65 points in track and field events, the Yanks jumped from fourth place to first in the un unofficial
official unofficial team standings as Davis bagged the hurdles in record time, Harold Connolly of Boston nailed the hammer
medal with a record toss, Bobby Morrow of San Benito, Tex., won the 100 meters and Greg Bell of Bloomington,
Ind., sailed to victory in the broad jump despite a pulled leg muscle.
In addition, the favored American basketball team swamped little Thailand, 101-29, Russia's European cham champions
pions champions were upset by France, 76-67. i

STANDINGS
MILIOURNI. Nev. 24 (UP)
A rremindouily succeiiful trick
and field day that produced four
gold medali and a Mai ef 65 pointi
that tht Unitee Statai from fourth
to first place today in the unoffi unofficial
cial unofficial taam tfandinei for tha 1956
Olympic fimts.
The bonanza Rave the U.S. a
total of 100 points compared to
78 for the second-place Soviets.
1 Russia, with a gold medal in
weight-lifting:, amassed 35 points
today for a total of 78.
In order to win the team race,
the U.S. must pile up a hi lead
on the strength of its track nnd
field prowess in order to offset
Russia's anticipated superiority
In later events like gymnastics
nd wrestling.
Germany, which carried into
the Melbourne games a total of
41 V points from last February s
equestrian events at Stockholm,
Sweden, was third with 444
points. ...
Here are the unofficial team
Standings, based on 10 points for
a gold medal, five for a second second-place
place second-place finish, four for third, three
for fourth, two for fifth and one
for a sixth-place finish (number
f gold medals in parentheses):
United Statai
..1M 7)
Russia
Germany
Sweden
Britiin
Auttralia
Italy ..
Csachoilovakia.
Haw Zaaland .

.. 0 (2)
.. 44 Vi 2)
.. 40 (1)
.. 23 (I)
.. 19
.. 1
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Denmark .
Canada .
Japan
Iran
Arqentina ..
Switjtrland
Franca . .
Finland..
Trinidad ..
Bulgaria ..
Niparia
Spain
Yugoslavia .
South Africa.
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Lew 68 72
HUMIDITY:
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WIND:
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RAIN (inchoi) 1.S9 164
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Igorj Rybak and Ravlel Kha Kha-boutdlnov
boutdlnov Kha-boutdlnov of Russia finished 1-2
In r.h liehtweieht weight-lifting

class as Rybak set a new Olympic
snatch lilt record of 264.56
pounds, but Norman Read of
New Zealand scored an upset in
the 50 kilometer walk by win winning
ning winning by nearly two minutes over
Russia's favored Euguennii Ma Ma-skinskov.
skinskov. Ma-skinskov. Then, in the evening Fedor
Bogdanovskli earned Russia its
third gold medal of the 1956
classic when ne won ine miaaie miaaie-weight
weight miaaie-weight weight-lifting crown, de dethroning
throning dethroning defending champion
PeUe George of Okron, Ohio, who
placed second.
Bogdanovskii set two Olym Olympic
pic Olympic records, with his total
hoists of 925.93 pounds and his
press lift of 292.11 pounds. His
total lift broke the old mark
of 875.50 pounds set by George
in 1953.
Qeprge's lifts were 270
pounds in the press 281 n the
snatch and 358 in the jerk for
a total of 909 pounds.
George's silver medal In
weight-lifting and a fourth fourth-place
place fourth-place finish in the foil fencing
event, also held at night, gave
the U S. a total of 108 points for
20-PQint lead over Russia Ba
the unofficial team standings.
Russia, with gold medals in both
of the day's weight-lifting divi
sions, had a total of 88 points,
while Germany was third with
44 2. based largely on last June's
equestrian events at Stockholm.
The Star spangled planner
echoed and re-echoed through
the vast Melbourne Cricket
Club stadium as the fired-up
Americans stepped to the vic victory
tory victory stand for their medals
mid the cheers of 110,000 spec spectators.
tators. spectators. They grabbed all three places
in the hurdles; first, second and
fourth in the 100 meters; first
and second in the broad jump
and first and fourth in the
hammer.
Davis, with Eddie Southern
of Dallas and Josh Culbreath
of Norristown, Pa., flying at
his heels, set a new Olympic
record of 50.1 for the 400-meter
hurdles, biting deeply in into
to into the Olympic mark of 50.8
set at Helsinki four years ago
by Charley Moore of Cornell.
Connolly, husky Boston school
teacher, hurled the hammer 207
feet, 3 inches to a new Olym Olympic
pic Olympic record as he bested Russia's
world champion, Mikhail Krl Krl-vonosov.
vonosov. Krl-vonosov. The first five finishers all
topped the old record of 197 feet,
ll3. inches set in 1952 by Joszef
Csermak of Hungary, who fin finished
ished finished fifth today behind Al Hall
of Hoboken, N.J.
Morrow won the 100 meters
in a final so close the judges
had to call for a photo to de determine
termine determine the other placings.
Thane Baker of Elkhart,
Kan., second in the 200-meter
final four years ago, was
second to Bullet Bobby, and
Ira Murchison of Chicago was
fourth behind Australia's Hec Hector
tor Hector Horan.
Malaya Police Use
Tear Gas To End
Sit-Down Strike
PENANG, Malaya, Nov. 24
(UP)-Police used tear gas today
to break up a Communist-fed sit sit-down
down sit-down strike in a high school here
comparable to the demonstrations
that touched off list month's
bloody rioting in Singapore.
Scmr 600 students, who had
been den.anding dismissal of the
principal and reinstatement of ex expelled
pelled expelled students at Chung Ling
Hich School, dispersed as soon as
tear sas began to fill the building.
Read the Panama
American from
Wednesday 23 of Nov.
and see our
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ppM a xnllri favorite in the i

broad jump, pulled a leg muscle
on the second of his six jumps
but that one was a leap of 25
feet. 8V, inches and good enough
to win so he declined his last
two allotted jumps.
John Bennett of Grand Forks,
N.D., was second with 25 feet,
2 inches and Jorma Valkama
of Finland was third.
A third U.S. entry, Rafer John
son, decided not to compete in
order to conserve strength for
the decathlon In which he is the
strong favorite.
In addition to the four
championships won today, the
U.S. set op another possible 1-2-3
sweep in Monday's 800 800-meter
meter 800-meter final when Tom Court Courtney
ney Courtney of Livingston, N.J., Ar Arnold
nold Arnold Sowed of Pittsburgh and
Lon Spurrier of Delano, Calif.,
all qualified with ease.
Courtney and Sowell each
won heats with Spurrier finish finishing
ing finishing second to Courtney in their
test.
But it was a different story
In women's track where the on
ly U.S. qualifier for. Monday's
lQO-meter dash final was Isa Isa-belle
belle Isa-belle Daniels of Jakin, Ga.
Luclnda Williams of Blooming Blooming-dale,
dale, Blooming-dale, Ga., and Mae Faggs of New
York were eliminated In their
first round heats after third
place finishes.
Miss Daniels was second in her
first heat in 11.6 and third in
her semi-final test in 11.7 to
qualify.
Betty Cufthbert of Australia
topped the six qualifiers with a
preliminary heat in 11.4, a new
Olympic record.
Datis, who last June posted a
world mark of 49.5 seconds in
only his ninth try at the 400 400-meter
meter 400-meter hurdle event, roared from
behind to clip the Olympic rec record
ord record of 50.8 set by Moore at Hel Helsinki.
sinki. Helsinki.
He hit the tape three full
yards ahead of Southern, an 18
year-old University of Texas
freshman who in turn was three
yards ahead of Culbreath
Russia's Yuri Lituyev, official
world record-holder at 50.4 sec
onds, was off fast and held the
lead ait 200 meters.
Then the three Yanks put on
their burst, skimming past both

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WHICH ARE TOP SEVEN NATURAL WONDERS?-ln this bumper year for visitors to the nation's national parks,
surest way to start a hassle is to arbitrarily list the seven top natural wonders of our country. You take your vacation
and make your own selection from among the sights, several of which are illustrated in sketch, above. No one but no
one will go out on a limb and be identified with an opinion concerning anything so personal as appreciation of color,
grandeur, majesty or sheer beauty. Travel agencies, park officials, tour agencies ell remain mum. Selection, following,
is a concensus of several authorities who ere vigorously anonymous: Grand Canyon, Yosemite, Yellowstone, Crater Lake,
Carlsbad Caverns, Mount Rainier, Rainbow Bridie

Eisenhower,
WASHINGTON (UP)-President
Eisenhower and the American tax taxpayer
payer taxpayer wiD break some records in
this fiscal year. And that is not
good for the President or for the
American taxpayer.
Mr. Eisenhower is the spending spending-et
et spending-et peacetime president, ever. The
treasury figures will substantially
support that claim to fame when
the 1957 fiscal year books are
closed at midnight next June 30.
The treasury now estimates
that the government will spend in
this fiscal year about $69 billions.
If so, Mr. Eisenhower will have
spent in the four years of his re responsibility
sponsibility responsibility nearly $270 billions,
which is more than government
cost in any other four peacetime

years.

the Russian and Dave Lean of

Australia who finished in that
order behind the Americans.
Morrow, U.S. sprint champ
from Abilene Christian, tied
the Olympic 100-meter record
of 10.3 for the second time in
two days in his semi-fnal
heat but all he needed to win
the laurel wreath and gold
medal was 10.5 in the finals.
The time was considered slow
but Morrow was an obvious win
ner and even though Baker al
so was caught in 10.5.
Hogan, Australia's ace who
had been considered on the
wane, nipped Murchison for
third place.
Connolly had to come from
wav back to win the hammer.
After three foul throws and
with onlv one modest legal ef
fort to his credit, it appeared he
was well beaten by Krlvonosov
and Anatoli Samotsvetov, Rus
sia's leading pair, who already
had exceeded the Olympic rec record.
ord. record. BuJt on his next-to-last toss,
Connolly pulled out all the stops
and sent the weight sailing 63.19
meters or 207 feet, 3ft inches,
passing both the Russians for
the gold medal.
President Solves
Service Problems
BUENOS AIRES, Nov. 24 (UP)
President Pedro E. Aramburu ap
peared today to have successfully
put down two separate threats to
his regime by prominent army of
ficers.
Two generals were arrested on
suspicion of plotting against the
government. Four top army lead
ers were fired for policy reasons.
There were indications that the
shakeup may reach into Aram
bum's own political family. Aram
buru, in a radio broadcast Thurs
day night, said "Some people
around me are trying to take ad
vantage of the situation" by stir
ring up inter-service rivalry.

US. Taxpayer Expected

Some Spending

The American taxpayer is a
sturdy animal. The treasury ex
oecU him to come up in this fis
cal year, one way or another, with
nearly $70 billion. Approximately
haif of the bite will be on indi individual
vidual individual income taxpayers. About
$20 billion is expected from levies
on corporation income.
The American taxpayer did
quite weDl in the 1956 fiscal year
when the treasury's take was
more than $68 billion. All of these
figures are too large for the com comprehension
prehension comprehension of ordinary persons,
taxpayers, for example.
Thiy can be put in perspective,
however, by comparison with other
years Forty years ago World war
I wee biasing
but the United,

Slates was not yet In. Government

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Panama
"Let the people know the truth and the

32nd TEAR

Eden's Deputy Calls on US

British vs. Russians in Middle East

LONDON, Not. 24 (UP) Brit Britain
ain Britain today put pressure on the
United States to support her
stand against growing Soviet in intervention
tervention intervention in the Middle East.
Acting chief ef Hio aevcrnmtnt,
R. A. Butler, lair night keynetad
what looked like a determined cam campaign
paign campaign te bring full prauure en the
American ally to auuma Its reipofl reipofl-aibititios
aibititios reipofl-aibititios in the crucial world I (tui (tuition.
tion. (tuition. "The sooner that other gov governments
ernments governments behind the United Na Nations,
tions, Nations, including the American
government, realize our resolu resolution
tion resolution the better it will be for the
peace of the world," Butler told
a rally at Cambridge.
Ho praised former NATO com commander
mander commander Gen. Alfred M. Gruanthar
for hii realistic view ef what wai
happening in the Middle fait to today
day today "I with many more American!
were ai realistic aa ha ii today,"
Butler laid.
Butler spoke as British (foreign
CAN'T SHE f CANCAN?-
Sultry Italian actress Anna
Magnani has reportedly an answered
swered answered "cant-can't" to Holly Hollywood's
wood's Hollywood's offer to star her in a
filmed version of the Broadway
hit, "Can-Can." It's expected
that the script will gather dust
for at least six months, pending
the time that a star it found
who'll kick up her heels tor the
production.

Records In This Fiscal Year

in the year 1916 spent $713 mil
linn Nnt hi ions millinm!
The income tax had been in ac-
inn fr.r nnlv turn At thraa vaira
and the levies were low. All of
the tieasury's 1916 income added
up to only $762 million. It was a
surplus year with $48 million for
debt retirement or whatever. The
national debt was a mere $1.2 bil billion
lion billion compared to today's debt
which soars toward $300 billion.
This fiscal year the treasury will
pay out in interest alone on the
national debt nearly seven times
as much as the sum of the entire
1916 debt.
That's how things have been
going at the treasury which has
been in the red more often than
not since 1930. President Roosevelt

INDEPENDENT

1

PANAMA, R. P., SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 24, 1958

secretary Selwyn Lloyd pledged i
to withdraw British forces from!
the Suez Canal Zone as "an act:
of faith" in the United Nations.
The man who is deputising for
ailing Prime Minister Sir Anthony
Eden plainly indicated he expected
the U.S. te give full backing to the

Commanders Discuss Departure
Of UK, French Troops From Egypt

LONDON, Nov. 24 (UP) Com Commanders
manders Commanders of Anglo-French and
U.N. emergency forces met today
to discuss withdrawal of the
first British and French troops
from Egypt.
A British battalion of 100
men prepared to pull out of
the Sue Canal Zone Monday.
British Gen. Sir Charles Keight-
ley, supreme Anglo-French com commander,
mander, commander, flew to Port Said, E-
gypt yesterday to confer with
his field commander, Lt. Gen.
Sir Hugh Stockwell, on the with withdrawal.
drawal. withdrawal. Maj. Gen. E. L. M. Burns, com commander
mander commander of the U.N. Emergency
Force (UNEF). was scheduled to
stop at Cyprus today en route to
UN. truce headquarters in Jeru Jerusalem.
salem. Jerusalem.
It was understood Burns would
meet with Keightley at Anglo Anglo-French
French Anglo-French headquarters on Cyprus
to coordinate plans for the with withdrawal.
drawal. withdrawal. :
Britain and France have
Discharge-Due GIs
To 6e Processed
Before Christmas
FORT DIX, N. J.. Nov. 24 (UP
Maj., Gen. Erl C. Berquist,
post commandant, announced to today
day today that soldiers who normally
would be discharged from service
during the Christmas holiday will
be "rush processed" to allow
them to be home for Christmas.
He said all troops whose sepa separation
ration separation dates fall between Dec. 21
and Jan. 6 will be released before
Dec. 21.
To Break
racked up a perfect score of defi deficit
cit deficit years from 1933 when he. took
office until 1945 when he died.
President Truman had some somewhat
what somewhat better luck, with some nota
ble assistance by the Republican
80th Congress. The Eisenhower ad administration
ministration administration balanced the 195$ fis fiscal
cal fiscal year budget and expects to be
in the black in fiscal 1957.
The 1957 fiscal year surplus may
be around $700 minion. The Demo Democratic
cratic Democratic leadership of Congress is
expected to try again to reduce
taxes, probably by raising individ individual
ual individual exemptions by $100. Mr. Ei Eisenhower
senhower Eisenhower will resist that and prob probably
ably probably oppose tax cuts of any kind
next year. He is committed to sub substantial
stantial substantial national debt reduction be before
fore before further Republican tax relief.

HE V$ DAILY NEWSPAPER

American
country is $afe Abraham Lincoln.

effort te justify the faith Britain
wai placing in them.
"What is at stake is whether
the Western alliance, the Amer-
ican government and the Com-
monwealth, will come behind
h xalrt "anil what 1 more
important, behind the U.N., to
been under increasing pres pressure
sure pressure from many nations, as
well as from the embittered
Egyptians, to evacuate the Ca Canal
nal Canal Zone "forthwith.''
U.N. diplomatic sources in New
York said today the United
States is pressing the Allies to
announce a timetable for the
withdrawal pf the occupation
forces.
The U.S. delegation was also
prepared to vote in favor of an
a n A aI n h i a aA lis ffiAM aH Am Q Yl 1

Auu-Aoiou .couiuwuii j.n-.m. anu-aircraft guns, but
ine the "forthwith" withdrawal, 'these were not displayed,
if it comes up for a vote in thel
General Assambly today. Brig. R. W. Madoc, commander
Keightley said yesterday the of ne 3rd Commando Brigade,
British and French troops will sai(j, After the fall of Port Said

arrive
leave as rapmiy as uwiya
"Our withdrawal will be relat
ed to the United Nations build
up," he said. "As fast as U.N.
troops arrive, British and French
forces will get out."
Britain and France have in insisted
sisted insisted that an "effective" U.N.
force replace their troops in
Egypt, but said this does not
necessarily mean a man-for-man
swap;
There was no word from Port
Said about the movement of any
French troooa. The French were
expected to be included in the
nevt batch of withdrawals as
soon as more U.N. forces arrive.
TO RISE AND 8HINE 8HINE-Architect's
Architect's 8HINE-Architect's sketch shows a
sleek, glass-faced building
planned for New York City in
late 1058 by the Corning Glass
Works. The 28-story, L-shaped
structure will be at the corner
of Fifth Avenue and 56th
Street, occupying, a 50,000-.
square-foot plot.
ADC CHIEF-USAF Lt. Gen.
Joseph H. Atkinson, above, has
been named chief of the Air
Defense Command at Colorado
Springs, Colo. He's being trans transferred
ferred transferred from his post as com commander
mander commander of U.S. military forces
In Alaska. Move is part of a
reorganization of the Conti Continental
nental Continental Air Defense Command,
headed by Gen. Earle E.
Partridge.

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to Back
make sure that international law
lif made more complete and
i backed by strength and not just
by sermonizing or platitudes.'
This was seen here as a de-
4ermined bid for United State
support now that Britain had in
principle agreed to withdraw
from Egypt.
Soviet-Bloc Arms
Shown In Pt. Said
VALLETTA, Malta, Nov. 24
(UP)-Soviet-bloc arms captured
by Anglo-French forces in Port
Said were shown to newsmen here
today by British authorities.
The arms included Czech semi semiautomatic
automatic semiautomatic rifles and light machine
guns. An officer said some of the
Czech-designed weapons appeared
superior in certain respects to
similar British arms.
Other equipment captured in the
Suez campaignin eluded Russian-
built tank rocket launchers and
. mam
mmy arms mosty stlu coverej
by grease, were handed voluntar voluntarily
ily voluntarily to us by the Egyptians or lai4
down in the streets at night by
those afraid to hand them in per personally."
sonally." personally." Bevan Moves Up
In Labor Party
Leadership Race
LONDON, Nov. 24 (UP)-Social-
as 1st Aneurin Bevan, frequent storm
center of Britain s Labor Party,
jumped from ninth to fifth place
in the party leadership today' as
the result of voting for seats in
the opposition's Strategy Planning
Committee.
Bevan placed third in the voting
by Labor members of Parliament
for the 12 seats opep on the Party
Parliamentary Committee. The
posts of party leader Hugh Gait Gait-skell
skell Gait-skell and Deputy Committee
Chairman James Griffiths were
not voted on.
Bevan, who has been Labor
spokesman for colonial Affairs,
was reported eager to take over
Foreign Affairs. However, Alfred
Robens led him by one vote and
probably will remain Foreign Af Affairs
fairs Affairs spokesman.
Harold Wilson, former president
of the Board of Trade in th La Labor
bor Labor government, placed first in
the voting.
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