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The Panama American
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Weekend American
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On Saturday published as: Weekend American, Dec. 10, 1966-May 5, 1973.

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PANAMA, R. r' SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 1957

!ood Credits

"ongress With

Saving : PRR

Royal Message Percolates

The Panamanian beauty's re rejection
jection rejection of Union Club manager
Basfllo Ford's offer to preside'
over the annual Mardl Oras
fiesta -at the -club, followed her

rejection of her proclamation as
Carnival Queen by the Panama

Carnival' Board on the grounds
that she did not want to be
mieen of a commercial estab

lishment.

, Only an independent inquiry
under i eonBrtwionsl authority
.vtd the Panama Railroad from
v.n unjustified abandonment,"
...a.. Daniel J. flood R-Pa.)
... d the United States Congress
V vsk. it- S t ,'j
, A added he had closely fol-

' fj the attempted liquidation of

.f ikSilioad over a period oi more

. i rtwo years

jtr 1'ennsylvania Congressman
j has often visited the Isthmus

i j commended Gov. William E

. ..er, "who has promptly and

i jlicly declared his intention to

i, ,v;e every effort to maintain and

' e crate the Panama Railroad in

1 ,e with the findings and recom

a i nidations of the Committee on

j chant Martine and Fisheries

- iDod observed: "The friends in
C. res of Gov. Potter and of the
Canal enterprise have every

i ; uce in the outcome."

waning himself "one of those

, contributed toward preventing
' s IVjuidation of this strategic ad ad-:
: ad-: to the Panama Canal" Flood
i i of the now-cancelled plan to
hj'-ao the railroad:
'"this recommendation, it ap ap-ps;rs,:
ps;rs,: ap-ps;rs,: was made without any re recommendation,
commendation, recommendation, by the Congress;
which is the ultimate authority in
determinations of major Isthmian
Canal oolicy questions."
Flood said also:
"The investigation bv the House I

Committee on Merchant M a r ine issued a statement that she had

tna fisheries that led, to the deci-: refused to be Carnival Queen be
sion to retain the railroad counter, "'
4 U ... i-i!-.. it. ',k-,' .Jt ' f

board of directors of the Panama r0llC6 YeilCh

vanu company, nouse Keport No.

au, Mia Mwgress, la most sig significant.
nificant. significant. r,t,..:,i,-t,;xvts.
5 "t Illustrates with concrete
evidence the necessity for lnde

pennant investigation under

WOMI

Coff ee Queen, Yes;
Carnival Queen, No

;. ,;' Coffee. Queen Analida .Altar today, turned down an
invitation to preside as queen over the Carnival festivities
at thek exclusive Union Club. '. f
' However, she said she would go any place to whioh
she Is invited In her capacity as Coffee Queen

1 jt

Miss Alfaro objected to th
Carnival Board's decision to
install her headquarters in El
Panama Hotel. She said she
would accept being crowned as
Carnival Queen at the luxury
hotel o the Union Club but
her headquarters would have
to be in some place accessible
to all classes, such as Santa
Ana Plata,
The board at first reported

that Miss Alfaro had resigned

because of her contract with the

International Coffee Federation.

However, last night the board

toroctanie canal problems of

maj6i important. t
"That, is a responsibility .which
the Congress mpst shouldeV." .w

COLUMBUS Ohio. Feb.; 9

(UP) The Police Department
yielded under pressure of a spell spelling
ing spelling lesson- by Austin Besancon;
principal of Columbus' East High

ore dtquat dniiitat with In-jrvslredte remove signs from in

front jRf the school when Besan

on- told them, they had the world

ytcid" in Signs s-eading fVield to

pedestdans" spellel wyeild.w 't

Surfy Vagrant From La Boca Ruckus

Gets Second Suspended Sentence

A juriy vagrant already ;"oo. appeal if he wai not satisfied 5 f
Prb.?"0"h0-SSZ.0' the finding and sentence.

cause the official throne will not
be set up in the Union Club.
The board insist that queen's
headquarters will be. In Hotel El
Panama because it is the1 most
important tourist center to the

itepuDiic and the most access!
ble to the general public, i.

However It Is said that the

ooara s decision is not well, re received
ceived received In some circles who object
to the idea of paying cover
charge or an entrance fee to vis vis-It
It vis-It the queen's headquarters

wnen me government has put a

large amount 01 puDilc funds to
ward thla year's Carnival lestL
vltiesv '. vi-
US Pledges Support
Of Jix-llaliorij
Peaceful Afcnt Plan

' WASHINGTON. Feb. 9 fUPV

The United States has agreed to

support the six-nation European

peaceiui atomic power program

kouwo as jburatOBSt

It also agreed in principle to
furnish the six nations with, the
fuel they need to begin operations

'3TJi ? agreement enW alnii

yesterday in a lohnVaf pm.nf w

the .Stated Departmeritj theyAtom't

ji. energy commission ana a com committee
mittee committee icemposed ht Louli Armand
o France, Grants Etzel ef Ger Ger-m
m Ger-m any and Francesco, Ginrrinni of

xiaiy. ;

Armando i'Etzel and Giordan!
represent a -committee appointed
by tho -six European governments
which are negotiating at Brussels
the treaty for a European atomic
energy community. j

The committee has tailed

unruly crowd which tried to in-Tv The nuestinn nf in tomic Energy Commission and oth

tmldate a Canal Zone police, bond then arose, on twini tn. fr S.wwnment officials. Its task it

a TnMMH rpK,,...riatl . .... . n I LCI .O Mmrm .Ha a. 1. .' a

mmoiio, jormea inis wouia be S15 the " "n wnicn
out of a 10-day defendant seemed verv dis-:,tomic wcr can meet Europe's

THE PULSE
OF PANAMA

Crime apparently took a
holiday In Panama City yes yesterday,
terday, yesterday, !',
Polio authorities had not
one single case of burglary or
robbery to report noi even
an attempted one.
Yesterday's respite from crime
In the capital' city was credited

partly to. Increased police vigi

lance ana partly to tn promi prominence
nence prominence given by newspapers to
the current crime wave.
Yesterday the police reported
approximately 11 robberies and
holdups which occurred in the
previous 24 hours.-

,r 1

I at j- t i I

it ; v ..... .1,..

i s s i at

' ; 1
' Of' RODOLFO- YOUNG V-'"

Arab King
US Little
. i ...

Wins All Hearts

1 C -''4'' ,,? ' ' I

Leaves!
.
rnnce

. The tabloid La Hora reported
today that several Panama law lawyers
yers lawyers are preparing a number of
law suits against the govern

ment charging; failure to com comply
ply comply with the "vagrancy Law" of

1941.
i The law urovideg that prison

ers remanded to the penal colo colony
ny colony at coiba upon their release

should receive 35 cents for every

day they spent on the Island,

Accordinr to the tabloid,
prisoners who have been re released
leased released from the island have
not been rece'vina; the allot allotment.
ment. allotment. j:he suits are expected
to run into thousands of dol dollars.
lars. dollars.
La, Hora Md the moner to

comply wiff'thls law hag never

been appropriated oy me gov

ernment, . ,; A 'j.

i.Mu m1lfui,. ara Hal n ir r

SS? USS Of Gorgas Hospital Chest Service

ananranlair Dcctcrf fiiTJ; JCniS?

work and moner

children.

"to support our

The Fanamm Cty gasoline
Trice war tooli a new tarn yes yesterday
terday yesterday several service sta stations
tions stations started selling gas at 29
ents s ;- gallon and started
pullinr some business away
from other service stations.

officer In- La

talked his way

jail, sentence in Balboa Magis- grunted. He said'

ver7..

AH right, hi serve it."

After some exchanges fudge

The joint communique tald the
examination of the committee's
program indicates that; its objec-

Vtotrt Comiiol nrtv 91 Dan,

amanhwbose fitheV testified, tief nd
5; J he sometimes comes home to -P J?1" .fffe"dan.t

? ? hia Barents nuarter in Paralso. r?.-r- 5" r yJ

V; .1. 'uti ana

' to serve on the vagrancy charge

of which he was found guilty

Grav's nrevlous sentence was

'' suspended on the condition that!

; ., he keep away irom xne Tnaicn-
-. '" er ferry ramp where a chain of
V ; evenU leading to the wounding;
of a Canal Zone policeman and
the stonlna of the police patrol
v wagon occurred at noon Thurs Thurs--
- Thurs-- day, -'''; -. -I
''' no or.tlan vti taken in the.

- court toward revoking- the first
suspension of sentence.
Juda;e John E. Demln ques ques-tioned
tioned ques-tioned Gray's father, a Canal
employe, at some length regard
ins" where .the youna man ae-

tuallv make his home, and his

employment status.
. Gray's father testified lhat
ne really dldnt knew whether
hit son 'had ever had a Job.
Had h anolied for work?

The father really dldnt know
that either, but he recalled
the yonnr man had come be between
tween between htmself and his wife,
the nether insist in f .that the
so at make an. active effort to

laBa m inn I t

- Did the father often see hls'; t.- (OT)
..n tv. ..!.. .....Hungry tigers have killed i oar.

Tne lather said he himself is 'r'""1 "s mm. nu m nun.n

wi wcoi. central v ipi nam, i a. racnacm. c m d a a s y secona
employes of the UJ3. Infoima-' secretary to read the speech., Pa-

bluff and give the defendant a
chance to get a job. He then

suspenaea the 10-day sentence.-.
;'-,
The Judge added he had told
Gray he could not hart arnunri

with the group of hoodlums who
infest the ferry ramp, yet,"Here

you are again." u i
On Monday the '. court will

hear a charge of assault likely

mi proauce great ooauy4 Injury
against Rahh. Robinson. .9.

year-old Panamanian resident

or Rio Aba jo, v whose arrest
springboarded the stoning of
the patrol wagon by a group of
ferry-ramp hangers on. The
charge is a felony, r-, '
Robinson had been arrt rt

.for allegedly peddUns; Uleffaliy

man who is sun convalescing

turn uic juccp cut nuoioaon in inflicted
flicted inflicted on his forehead ; during
the struggle to get the defend

ant into the patrol wagon and WASHINGTON, Feb. CUP

nanacuirea. . ivben Iraqi Crown Prince Abdul

TUah, who bates U make speeches,
ordered Iraqi Ambassador Mousss
Al-Shabandar to read a prepared
address to the National Press
Club recently; the ambassador re

membered be bad forgotten his

Under present circumstances,
the availability of nuclear fuels is
not considered to be a limiting

vu, uid cummuniqiie said;,
' ' ,-"', y ';
Colombia Bans

Rock 'N Roll -Public
Dancing
BOGOTA, Colombia, Feb. 9
(UP) The Board of Cen Censors
sors Censors banned all public exhibi exhibition,
tion, exhibition, of rock roll dancing to today.
day. today. .. ... ,. . . ...
The American movie "Rock
Around the Clock." which start started
ed started the current dance craw a-

mong teen-agers, was not ban banned,
ned, banned, however.
Speech-less

informed sources said the

nrofit on sales at thla price Is

only one-quarter of a cent. ..

Stations wnicft stariea seiung
gas at 31 cents a gallon several

days ago suu continue to seu at
the same rate yesterday,
' I i "T
Potior Standing By ;
To Treat Seaman
Gored By Animal

A Gorgas doctor-wa under-

The- appointment' of Dr, Rodolfo

Young. as chieij)ttne wneat
Service of; Gorgas Hospital' was
announced this week by CoU. G.
O., Bruce, Health Director.- Dr.

Young succeeds the late-Dr. A-

madeo Mastellari. His promotion
was effective Jsn 27.

Drl! Young has been connected

with Gorgas Hospital, for almost

seven years. He was appointed to

an internship was completed, and

Current Dry Season
Drier Than Usual,
Wealherman Says

Canal Zone residents who have

been, busy with garden hoses dur

ing the past few weeks no doubt

i:- 'I
in 1952 was-mada- a : general Me

dicsl Officer. He- was transferred

to the Chest Service in 1954.
Born in Panama City.- Dr. Young
was graduated from the National
Institute there.. He took his pre pre-medicai
medicai pre-medicai work "af Ohio State Uni University.
versity. University. Since 19K he. has taught
at the UniversnVof Panama's Me-

aicai school as : sssistsnt profesi

wr oi pnimsioiogy.
He has also been designated to
represent the Health Rnran with

Dr. Ferruccio Bertoli, in present presenting
ing presenting a scientific exhibit at the June
meeting of the American Medical
Association in Nw York City, i

;

WASHINGTON. Feb. 9 (UP)( ..a t -jj?

Arobia left America today the way he arriyed two weeks?
ago-rin'a blaze of pomp. t
, ,Ntev.en 9 $teat,y liflhl" rain could mar the cofpr
tul farewell ceremonies at National Airport. 4
k 21-gun salute boomed out across the soggy fieldf?
as the official cars bearing the King and his Royal reti-
nue drove to a stop before an honor nunrA frim n.

Army, Navy, Air Force and Marines. ""
Vice President Richard M. Nixon

W, Radford, chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, shooki

nanus warmiy wirn rne Mng as ne stepped smiling froWj

-.
A few minutes before, take-oft
"me the King and Nixon mounted
a small wooden platform to-bid
each other farewell.
W S,ud he n,d om
an official guest and friend.hut
le.S f. personal friend.
i;yrre,d-.h-tfr-,,V,
iii UjLs',nd"4A even' closer tj
atlonsftmajl the year, ahead, ahead,-the
the ahead,-the vice pridenfe,said,v, f
The King said thrMah hfe.'1
hee had a greet Impression en
"I Wish -for thi. "a.

and our coutryto remain
and friendly," he said in soft
h 'ile,Vi with mtitude for'thJi
ffi wlc "d generosity aid
extend my respects to all."

Grand Jury Probe

Of Off Price Hike i

his limousine.

: Prince Mashhur, the King's 3-year-old
who captured the hearts
of America, followed the king from
the car in the arms of a Saudi
Arabian guard.
The little, lame princ, looked
widtayad at the soldiers and the
rswil iiul aSlutad cslemnlv. Ha

rtigMir. in his Hand.
A crowd of well wishers snd cho.

tographers pressed about Masshur

as Jie was csmea to tne presi

dential plane, Columbine, for the

transatlantic flight to Madrid

Saud and Nixon slowly moved

down a long line of U.S. and Mid

dle Fast diplomats there to bid

the King farewell.

Some wore Western clothes while

others were in native costumes.

One from Yemen wore a large

wmie tuTDan, a great gUded dag

ger and carried a black umbrel

la

With Nixon and Radford bv his

side, the King stood at attention

as the U.S. Air Force band nlaved

Saudi Arabia's national anthem

and the Star Spangled Banner. He
then reviewed the honor euarH

his rich brown robes flowing be-

jiuiu in me rain.

stood to be in readiness today to i bad a suspicion that the dry sea
treat a seaman e;ored by an an-! son was dryer than usual.

imal aboard tne cattle snip

Tit-Bits

ft night worker He stated he

saw his son once in' a while,
when the latter comes home.
The parent was asked wheth whether
er whether he gives, his son money., He
replied that If Victor Samuel
really seemed to need a dime or

a Quarter he gave it to him,

tion Agency reported today. chachi read.

Ucavali as soon as the vessel en

ters the outer harbor of Balbot.

At noon the Ucayaii naa not
arrived, but was expected short

ly.1 , .-.
The TJcayal! U reportedly en
route from Central America to
callao, Peru, with a load of cat cattle.
tle. cattle.
Yesterday the ship's agent
here received a message that
one of th animals had gored a
crewman, inflicting serious ln-
4nrv

The TJcayali then radioed Itli.M inches st Portobelo,

was veering; from its course and
putting; into Balboa so the In Injured
jured Injured man could be hospitalized.

Official confirmation of this con

jecture was given in the monthly
weather report issued by the Canal

Zone Meteorological and Hydrogra

phic Branch showing the mean to

tal from 15 zone weainer stations
during January to be .51 of an inch
or 1.47 inches below normal,
- Weather stations at Gamboa and
Pedro Miguel reported only a trace,
meaning the amount of rainfall for
the month was too, small to be

measured. The highest amount was

Admirol Hprthy ;
Of Hungary. Dies

llSBON. Feb. (UP) Ad Admiral
miral Admiral Nicholas Horthy. former
rHnl a? Vnnvirv HIM tivlftv

at his home In IstorU. sHe waijcompared to 10.25 inches for 1956

gg. : and ll.is ior

No records were set, but Balboa
Height with a 1957 January total
of .44 of an inch was considerably
dryer than during last January
when there were 2.83 inches of
rain. The all-time January high
for Balboa is S.ll Inches. In 1992,
not a single drop of raia fell during
the entire month. . .

Even Cristobal reported only !.

OS inches of ram for tne month as

Army Specialist In Dual Role
To Take Over For Balboa Pastor

Sp-3 Howard M. Krieger of
Schenectady, New York, at pres

ent stationed at Ft. ouiick.

where he is the public Informa Information
tion Information specialist for the USARCA-

RIB- School,, will fill in as Sup

ply pastor wnile pastor Robert
Oussick of the. Redeemer Luthe

ran Church In Balboa is on va

cation. ;

Xrietrer attended Mount Pleas

ant High School in Schenectady-
N.Y. and is a graduate of

the University of Alabama, up upon
on upon graduation he attended Lu Lutheran
theran Lutheran Theoloa-lcal Semlnarv at

Philadelphia, pi., for a one-year

perioa

at Ft.';Totten, New York. Expe Experience
rience Experience acquired in a previous
part-time civilian job with the
"Philadelphia Evening Bulletin"
and In the Army Information
School at Fort Slocum, N.Y., was
most valuable in this assign assignment.
ment. assignment. Kreger will conduct services
at. the Redeemer Lutheran
Church in Balboa, tomorrow and
next Sunday at 10:15 a.m.1 He
will conduct services in Marga Margarita
rita Margarita on the Atlantic Side, on the
above mentioned dates at 4:00
p.m. at the Episcopal church., I

Kriegen and his wife, the for

Lauded By Solon

WASHINGTON W.l. a t '

The chsu-msn of a joint Sesst
oil Price inouirv tw. .!..zTlT i

SS"? rtmenT for'orderini0:
C hJuryu011 investigsuon;
snouid have sctad tn n m.Z

Price increased in the SsTS
Sen. Joseph C. O'M a h o ire V
chairman of the joint SenaK -wary
by the Aati-Monopolyliad
the Uniled Press; , 1 -T

The evidenr 'it v.. v.'

fe,Td 6..far u our wvestiga wvestiga-Uon
Uon wvestiga-Uon shows i that the governmSpt
wa advised in advsnce that there
would, be price increases
. Howver, he added, "the mof"
uivestigaaon. the better it win

oe. v.

u.a. yusmct Ju(jt, Albert V.
Bryan yeterday suummeneds

r a w

urana jury to meet Marrh A la

la-

South Carolina. His first Army Dufwav Proving orounrf m .uf.iry ocaon. with the

In Sept 1955. h enlisted ., in Island. N.Y.. resida at c.aea So.

vne Army- too couipietea nis. uto.

basic training at Fort Jackson, His parents are stationed

assignment was in tire Public Utah, where hla father, Lt. Col.
information Office in the 1st Howard Q. Krieger, is ptwt sur sur-Antialrcraft
Antialrcraft sur-Antialrcraft Regional Command ;f eon.

And. Higher Commy Prices?

r?

The Indcr. then fnnnH Rrev f It I f'1 ft II P lllf IV1 nPft, ?! S a-k 1 1 1 t- r VAI I a mil III"

Ur r vagranc; and VssedT 1 I ) V. U ( H C If J T A f C K J ttJ LUlV t K I U LL J L V A 1 IN U
e 10-day tall term, remarking! ? ...

YOU brought this on yourself."!, Tn' an rfttm-tai la., aav TV, a ft rn.( tiniu,i.ui.un -.ii.. -.(. Miirinii h Ampriran ahlcner will

Inevitably stem from lower tolls.

!&L& ifA l0"'-"! 1x1 n editorial last week The, fic Coast Shippers 'Association, .charglnr : administrative costs

aril hut fhot tpiji wiv fft.Aowj bmuuiici iuicowrTj c vrviivvji imi w tL3 ucvauucu j wuuuy MM snips 111 UWIOIV III"

i ia. vl J..aa iTm .,,m u"unooa 01 werea toils ior, wie ignt course." it ruu text
sees It. He was told he could Panama CanaL; Jfoflows:
' -- ; v ,1 A y- j "The long campaign of he in-
C VA -' 'The editorial observes that tercoastal shipping lines for a
. Or J-V-eniS I a. "One of the main causes of thelredccUon of Panama Canal tolls

jmgn toils waa tne policy oi is getuna; closer to fulfillment of

BALTIMORE. MdJ Fen,

P) Patrick Duran. a man of
nciple, demanded seven cents
r the beer remaining in a
ttle when a bartender closed
ie tavern, refused 10 cents of of-:red
:red of-:red as a peace gesture by a
:ollceman summoned by the
oartender, plunked down a
nickel when the cop said for five
cents he'd lock him up And
sent tee nighia jail.

charging administrative costs

wholly to ships in transit.. .For .Fortunately
tunately .Fortunately and wisely, the Canal
administration has recently been
making changes In this unsound
poltcy." -'

Comment on the tolls and ad-

wlth profit not only to the ship
nine lines, but to maritime work'

ers in all categories and to thei

American economy as a whole.

It has taken a long time for

its purpose, in consequence of

improved administrative policies
in the Canal Zone.
"High tolls have been the main
cause of the decline in inter-coa-tal
shipolng operations, a

situation reflected In depressed

mlnlstratlve policies followed economic conditions In areas far
publication in San Francisco ;bevond the shipping industries

papers oi last months confer-Itn'mwivps.

eluding the deficits accruing

from unprofitable enterprises.
"Among these were railroad
and even hotel operations in the
Canal Zam and other enter

prises for which there might be the Canal administration to see

reasonable excuse for deficit. the light of reason ana justice
maintenance but which never Jin this important matter. ;
should have been the sole bur-
den of shippers. 1 "Many years of Impaired use-
- 'fulness have been the penalty.
"Fortunately snd wisely, the "But It is also to the credit of
Canal administration has re-. the administration that lt has
centiy been mskwg ehanvea in not waited to act under the
this unsound policy, with the re-'compulsion of letislation by
su!t that the toll structure msy'Coneress. which at one time

r f

4-

V

ence between Gov. W. E. Potter "One of the main cause oflbe Trf?4 downward. I seemed to be the lsst recourse

and representatives of the Fad- the &h. tells was tht poUcy of1 "Incrraed use of the Panama 'oX the ahippict t&texesU.

EP-J HOWARD M. KEIECtR of Schenectady, Hew York, at
present stationed at Fort Ouliek, Canal Zone, where he is the
Public Information Specialist for the USAJtCARIB School, will
fU in as Suuply Pastor for two Sundays at the Lutheran
CJiurcU la Balboa tomorrow and next Sunday.

mer Barbara Harrold of Lonr n.,rhv A7',J" ."-f ?

coco so-iiiw: rr.TT''

' uceu Tionuoni ot an
n''j W by Aaetjcaa
Oil industry in connection wita. the
recent oil and gasoline price hikes.-
He actod on orders from tae'JusW
ice DepartmenU ZL :
"

Ex-RP Education"?
Minister Just 1
Doesn't Cet Prized
Panama's former Minister af
Education Victor Urrutl m
probably sorry he wasn't at the
Amador Officers Club last night,
Urrutia-e number was caiei
last night tn the weekly drawint

s tne Amaaor Oincers Club ct
a $250 UA Savings Bond. Bui
the rales ef the dub maks it
mandatory tor the winner to he

present .. ',
Umitia Va nowhere on haull
and thereby tost hia prize I,,
1
No Cribbing ;
HOLLYWOOD. Fb. t frr

The crib used by thumb-suet

mr actress CarroU Baker i-
Warners controversial
Doll" was found by the etui t
prop department in a ter i
hand store in B'noit, M'. Tr
cast iron, r-'r.k crUj wa mad? t
1 85. arcordlac to maxklczs e

the meUL t

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THIS IS YOUR FORUft THI RIADfRS OWN COLUMN
' The Mail lea is an ope itum far readers of Tht Paeans America.
Letters eaaWee' gretefetty and ara kane'led hi a wholly cenfiseetial

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nest day. Letters ara published in tka order received.
Pleaae try ta keep tka letters limbed ta ana pag a length.
Identity af tartar wriHra it kaM in strictest confidence.
This newspaper aiiumti aa responsibility far statements ar opinioni
expressed lej lettera fram readere.
THE MAIL BOX

LEAVE OUT LTMON
Sir:
If Dissatisfied doesn't like the records CFN plays, why In
thuhflar doesn't he turn the dial to a Panamanian Btatlon that
doegplay the rubbish he calls Rock 'n' Roll, by Frankle Lymon
and Wo Teenagers.
IS they are so food, why aren't they classed among the top
records that are played constantly over CFN? Or could it be that
Dissatisfied is a, Negro, and leels his Constitutional rights are
being taken away from him?
When, or rather if. Frankie Lymon' numbers ever do rate
among tha tops I say play them, but until they jio leave, them
eutand play music that the masses prefer, instead of music one
m:pre,cr3- -Satisfied Virginian;

LITTLE
Sir:
iUiVtiC bCHfUC Ail wc va. a
diminish juvenile delinquency in
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ene sporx. rne ohiciws, me inituScio, u w.v -------
a lot of credit for their hard unpaid for efforts. However I think
aome of the fathers of tha players could, do. more to assist these
Bventortcett manager's and coaches. ji.....
Wednesday it was heart breaking to see a team of discourag discouraged
ed discouraged Uttts fellows go down to their eighth successive defeat. Ac Ac-eordjng
eordjng Ac-eordjng to your sports page, this teamhas not won a single game
this year. There were quite a number of both fathers and moj
thara in the stands that day. Why can't thow. fathers get out
and help give thesa boys the team practice they so obviously
td? I know If we had a boy on that team my husband would be
ut thert helping to get them in shape.
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' PANAMA'S RENTS AND APARTMENTS
ir:
' l have seen most of the new apartment buildings and talk talked
ed talked to the owners of many, and they tell me they prefer to
refit their buildings to Gringos as they can get more rent from
All right, If that is their idea when building, then why
don't they give the Gringos and others something for their hign
and unreasonable rent? Most all of these apartment houses
art built alike. Little storage space (which not only the Grin Gringos,
gos, Gringos, but everyone needs) the bedrooms have little wall space
l or the furniture, as closet takes up one wall, doors, then
the other three walls are windows and built in such a way
that it u lmnossibla to set a dresser and chest of drawers ex

cept in front, of window.
Also the bed usuaiif has to
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' So the owner1 says: "Oh, you can close the windows." So
then, why spend your money to have these windows put in
Why not cut down on that expense, have more wall space in
tha badrooms, and make a little larger kitchens including more
work table space?
Not only the Gringo women are complaining of these new
iAiafa and anartment bulldints. but the Panamanians as well.

Aeound 200 of us were discussing this and all felt the same..)

It! la asy for a man to sit down ana aesign a ouuamg ana ku
another man on having it built, but why don't they consider
th ones that have to live in these apartments? They seem to
.Ut to build modern, yet leave out the most important things
for an up-to-date building.
Give this a thought when designing and building, and I am
ifr vflu will hava haoDy and contented tenants and they will

no be moving so often trying to better themselves. And the j
landlords will not be losing out on rents while vacant and have
th added expense of redecorating so often.
: What Is needed is:
! 1. More storage space.
i 2. Mora wall space in the bedrooms. i

it More work space in kitchens and space for stove, re refrigerator,
frigerator, refrigerator, automatic washer and dryers as many are in use
bow and who wants to spend so much for these washers and
dryers to set outside on balconies to rust?
' 4. Last, but not least, it has been proven by survey of
housewives in the States that they did not like or want the
living room and dining rooms combined, therefor homes and
apartment buildings are no longer being built this way. So,
why not build in an "L" shape with small dining room for the
new-style furniture to fit in and either make a alcove of the
cement, or of the iron?
Having the dining room furniture sitting at end of the llv llv-lnk
lnk llv-lnk room spoils the. looks of the living room, no privacy when
aauting In case some one should drop in, and those with chil children,
dren, children, then you do not have the crumbs, etc., spread in to the
living room as Is often hard to avoid with children.
. Now, are many one-bedroom apartments built, but with

jttst one closet, no storage space,

wuoss go compicieiy around me ouuaing irom the front en entrance,
trance, entrance, and who wants to live like that? Sure, -we all have our
maids, but there is times a woman likes or finds it necessary
ta hurry and hang out a dress or garment.
i Mr. Landlord, why charge tenants with only two people in
lalnily the same as you do with those that have five to ten.
plus relatives?
Interested Lady

ACTION
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- In tha beginning of the year 1956, A.D., the town of Ancon
Canal Zone, had a commissary and post office.
i It had once had a movie hall and a clubhouse where it
vtl possible to buy food, soft drinks and magazines, but these
held given may to Progress.
i fti the beginning of 1956, the Personnel Bureau of the Pan Panama
ama Panama Canal occupied sumptuous offices at Baiboa Heights. The
deeor was in the new blonde or bleached wood fashion, and
with its various private offices the Bureau exuded an air of
affluence and well-being. The visitor was impressed, as well he
might be.
On Eoosevelt Road, by the banyan trees, was a branch of
tha Personnel Bureau which, while not so handsome, had great
utilitarian value.
! That was last year.
1 In the beginning of 1957, the commissary in Ancon was
eleaed. The post office was closed.
J. It was announced that the Treasurer's of flee, which had
baen deported from Balboa Heights ta Diablo Heights a few
' years ago, would occupy the former post office.
! Soma residents of Ancon, aggrieved because they were left
, without a place In which to buy a loaf of bread or a can of
aotp, asked that a small a tore be opened in Ancon which would
retail about 100 food Items.
They were Informed that this would be impractical because
ita pe ration would entail an estimated annual deficit of $7000.
- A few daya later, it was announced that the Personnel
Bureau would occupy the .vacated commissary buildings In An An-...
... An-... con.

Tha eovt of renovating the structures for this purpose was
placed at $150,000, the equivalent of operating the- small store
, ia: Ancon at a low for over twenty years. 1
) Ta sum Bp: In L9M the residents of Ancon had a post of-!
. f.se and a commissary. The Personnel Bureau had offices in
&tboa Heights and on Booseve:t Road. I
i In 157. the Ancon residents have no corrm-rv and lack
era a mall box In which to vott a letter. The Personnel Bu

reau, which already has adequate office space, will be moved)
to Ancon at a ccsi of tlMMi. j
I Corozal, here I ecme.
L t -.. .-. E. Cbekra Meabae,

PANAkU AMIHICAN MHI, INS. V

be impatient if it aoein't appear the
LEAGUE
ho nrnhfthlv done more to
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the Canal Zone than any other
anil VlA DABPnt, H PVPWP
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be seconder or in froftt ofv,
no place to hang the laundry j
AT AN CON

Labor News.
And
(Comment

, By VICTOR RlblSiL
LOS ANGELES: A pink tele
phone matching the terraced hotel
decor jangled with almost human
anger and thumped me right back
into brutal realism irom uoiiv
wood's delightful make-believe; All
day I d been working in television
studios marked "Satellite une-bat-
ellite Two". Now the long distance
phone call brought me back from
outer space. ?
The word was that one of la
bor's national crusading leaders,
headquartered in Washington, had
been told he'd get his head knock
ed in if he continued to fight the
tough crowd inside labor,
The call came from one of the
most respected men around Wash Washington
ington Washington a sophisticate not easily
given to alarm.
The story he had gotten said
that the labor crusader had put
in a hard, night working on "the
new ethical codes adopted by the
At h-viv at its Executive Coun
cil sessions in Miami Beach, The
next morning the union leader had
come down to the Hotel Monte
Vario breakfast room and men mentioned
tioned mentioned almost casually that be had
been threatened. This was not
the threat of a crank.
Tha ward had cam fram soma
raval-vaicad faan talking far
"tha bays." Thay resantad gat gat-ting
ting gat-ting a cada right in tha runs.
Sa tha thraat wat not taken
lightly. It had its effact. It mad
tha cadas tanglier. It mad the
crusader angriar.
.
The chap who called me rant
off. I was now back from the sat satellites.
ellites. satellites. Return to realism. But
just why even a day or two in this
town should have been the excuse
for a holiday from the erimness
of the east 1 don't know. I guess
I really nursed that first actine
bit of mine.
Actually I was close to realism
every time I drove back from
Television City's Studio Two.. All
I had to do was turn up. Wilshire
Blvd. There at 8670 stands a mmi-
ument to toughness. It calls it-
self the Allied Industrial Worker.
union, AJ'LrCIO. Its locals have
just been investigated by the Fed
erais, me mi, me Senate, New
York .Grand Juries. Manhattan
District Attorney Frank Hoean
and the AFL-Clo Ethical Prac Practices
tices Practices Committee.
The Allied Industrial Workers'
cucttu .mcaia peal m many,
minis nut mostly, arrocance.
No one, ever denied the union the
right to organize anything from
pickle workers to flower bulb
raisers. But it did push people
a rouna. r irst uitlc
bigger ones.
Deoole Thei'f
Finally it sneered at the ir.s.
Senate. That was some time am
when Sen. Paul Douglas was look looking
ing looking into men who were so senti
mental over money they simply
clung to it wherever they found
it in union treasuries and wel welfare
fare welfare and pension funds.
At the time Douglas' Senate
committee was leaking into the
wanderings of wayward dollari,
he summoned ene Anthony Derie
to the hearing ream. Mr. Doria
it a cynic e smart ene,
though who believe yeu can
ouiDiutt anyone if yeu ere hearty
and frank enough. Mr. Dorie
alto it national secretary treas treasurer
urer treasurer of the Allied Industrial Werk Werk-ort.
ort. Werk-ort. He was atked. by. Sen.
Deuglat to bring in hit union',
recerda. He didn't.
"Why did you not have your
clerks get out of your files such
copies of memorandums as you
had and bring those a I o n g?"
Doria was asked.
"There is no ene in my office
well enough acquainted with those
reports to be able to compile them
for me," the unionist announced
blandly.
'Are you vour own filin rWv
Mr. Doria?"
"I ara my own filing clerk, au auditor,
ditor, auditor, my own accountant, and I
do all my work myself, personally
yes."
Doria went on to describe this
paper curtain around the union's
finances. Ha taid he had. no as assistants
sistants assistants and did all the work of
secretary-treasurer of the national
union by himself.
But let us not think that Doris
is a tight lipped fellow. He went
on to explain to the Senators just
why only he knows what's happen happening
ing happening in the heart of the onion
its financial department.
"...I can't bring those records in
one week's tme. I can't ge back
into my dead files because here
is what happened to our interna international
tional international union. We had our head
quarters ia Milwaukee. We moved
aur headquarters approximately a
year aie (ta Los Aageles). AU
these records that were ia dead
storage were bundled and stored.
Our persewnel ass Changed
rrestly ia the interaatienal office...
There is only ene persea left who
usd ta be wKa as. We have not
ene single person vha caa identify
these records. These records most
be dug out by me. There is ao aae
else there who eaa identify them.
A rapert by rbe AFL-CIO't
trhkaU Prectteae Cammtve
bat ftrat ebergod Ms mm Doria
wfrb bevhig pUyeal 'a leaeKng
rale" b aaawiwg "paper fcar
Verb a cfcee aaaaed Jeay
Wo.
Hew ceohl t really think I could
avoid realism, now that the beyi
have moved te the edge of Holly-

Jordan,
WASHINGTON (NEA) The lit-1

tie-known Hashemite kingdom ofltributing about 45 million dollars
Jordan offers today's best example' a year to help keep these refugees
of the difficulties involved for the1 alive. They are housed In desert

United States in President Eisen Eisenhower's
hower's Eisenhower's new Middle Eastern doc doctrine
trine doctrine and the nolicv of internation-
a'is.m Put forwrl inaugural
address.
On Jan. 17 representatives cf
Jordan announced they would like
iu nave ju minion aonars a year
in aid from the United States. This
is roughly the amount of subsidy
which the British have been pay-
ing Jordan since 1950.
OnJan. 19 it was announced in
Cairo that .Jordan had signed a
treaty whereby it would receive 14
million dollars a year from both E E-gypt
gypt E-gypt and Saudi Arabia and sever
million from Syria.
Egypt and Syria are now hnth

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,., ,use 10 Dein DrKe it's hard to
- u.uiMlt, OOUUl AIHUU
has been spending its oil royalties
before it gets them. So this whole
proposition is regarded as some something
thing something of a farce.
But it is no more farcical than
the unnatural history of this 37-year-old
kingdom of Jordan, which
is slightly smaller than the state
of Kansas, and a whole lot dryer.
m i ncire it ,u i

jaan ls rHVHTP'r:i?e fob own name. Abdul-

east, Syria on the n7rth i Vl,an l0 tn, ioB somewhat In
iKf. yrt!fte.nort1 Ara- anger or pique because he had not

"in (J 1 1 tiiM ii 1 1 1 n inn onuriMiTxM
on
ft,. ,,i. i tv I
Iran on
joraan s population is 1,500,00)
Arab
Palest" MU86M driveD Ut
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THE BROADWAY LIGHTS
The Firnt Nights: A rocket nam
ed Tallulah Backhead exploded in
"Eugenia" at the Ambassador. Un Unfortunately,
fortunately, Unfortunately, the play lacked the
zing of the star's firecracker per personality
sonality personality Aisleman Atkinson re re-poted:
poted: re-poted: "Miss Brnkhead is mighti mightier
er mightier than the cast, the director, the
adapter" . The Tribune's Wal Walter
ter Walter Kerr opined; There can be
no question whatevet that Miss
Tallulah Bankhead is an irresisti irresistible
ble irresistible force, but In 'Eugenia' she hat
flatly, finally and irrevocably met
an immovable object". . Graham
Greene's drama, "The Petting
Shed" (ac the Bijoa),,was approv
ed by tome and okayed with res reservations
ervations reservations bv others. However, tri
butes weiu unanimous for the e e-moting
moting e-moting by Dame Sybil Thorndike.
The estimate by the Mirror's Mr.
Coleman: "After a stodgy start,
it manage to achieve a goodly
measure of movement and
warmth" conflicted with Mr. Me Me-Ctain's
Ctain's Me-Ctain's appraisal: "A line two-act
play. What a pity the play wat
written in three acta" . The
Reniud Brrault French Reperto
ry Company's version of "Christoph
Co.omb" at the Winter uaroon
wat toasted by aisle diplomats
with rhamame aotkes. . Tun
nel of Love." starrins? Tom EweD,
hat made tbe hinterlands iU tun
nel of love. Unanimous raves in
New Haven. Boston and Philly
Translation: A bonanza.
The Cinemegidaatt John
Wayao expertly, pile tt The
Winga of Eaglet," a pvlte-boev
afog testimonial U a Yankee
Doodle DaredevB , "Five
$ta$ te. Danger" la strictly
pianago pertifUge. . "Tea Se-
crM Affair" ie a wildly
taming teae-and-afneoch
"Edge of the Night" repreeoMe
he 1fS7 eertion af "Oa the We
tarfrent.'- A Uwgh, rwaUatic flick flicker
er flicker twperhfy played by iahn Caa Caa-avetea
avetea Caa-avetea ad Sidney Poitior.
"Ride the High I roe" wnroela
the Lev CantyvoTi AH theme..

Walter Winched

His"' Halo's Slipping

to 'W 1

Desert Sa nd Pile

By PETER EDS0N
The United States has been con
camps which are unquestionably a a-mong
mong a-mong tbe world's worst slums.
Jordan can't possibly absorb
these, refugees. The country is too
poor to support its own people even
with their low standard of living.
Having no natural geographic
boundaries, Jordan even has a
hard time justifying its existence
as a nation.
As a matter of fact, Jordan's par partition
tition partition among its neighbors has been'
frequently suggested as the best
solution- for its difficulties
IN TH! MI MOJftS of Sir Alec
Kirkbride, "A Crackle of Thorns,"
published last year in London, a
surprising disclosure is made a a-bout
bout a-bout Jordan's creation as "Trans "Trans-jordan.''
jordan.'' "Trans-jordan.'' In 1920 the British were plannine
to use the no-man's-land east of
me Jordan River as an area in
which to resettle the Arabs from
Palestine, once the Jewish home homeland
land homeland was established in Israe1.
The reason this did not happen
was that in 1920 a youne Hashem
prince named Abdullah led 2,000
rao norsemen into tne area and
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""j" ui imjue uccause ne naa not
mux nuasein oi ine Hon my
dui me crnisn recognized Abdul-
M WeJSd
'n se.zure, and in 1928 Jordan
na-
You've toon it before. . "The
Iron Petticoat" co-start Bab
' Hope aiH Katie Hepburn In a
travetty of Communittt. ."Gun
for a Coward," a better then then-average
average then-average killodrama, ia enhanced
by Janice Rule's m m b o 1 1 i t h h-menft.
menft. h-menft. . "The Flrtt Traveling
Saletiady" it not at amuiing at
tha ore about the traveling aalet aalet-man.
man. aalet-man. The felrbrities: CBS's Odviaev"
msde its contrib to crusading jour journalism
nalism journalism by boldly demanding the
clearing of Ann Pudeator'a good
name. She was hanged in 1892 on
a cnarge of witchcraft. . NBC's
Nobody's Town" wsj something
you rareiy encounter a literate
Western. I. received superior gam
ming irom Jason Kobards Jr.
Sid Caesar's joUypalooza was a
satire of aviation flickers. It
was titled: "The Proud and the
Propeller" . "The Star Wagon"
was a wii'msical-whamsical effort,
thanks to Eddie Bracken's gift
for pathos and chuckles. . .Sieve
Aiica is one ot ut lew emcees
who improves rather than inter
rupts the entertainment. From
radio-TV critic Harriet Van
Horne s interview with Go-
nei: "The show hat abandoned
the practice af striving for a de devastating
vastating devastating sign-off line each week.
'Now sometimes we just sign off
oy saying good aignv George ad'
mitted sadly. 'You just can't be
clever every week!" Mf. C.
Means bis writers caat.
Satirwey ta the Start: "Mrs.
Patterson." which starred Eartha
KUt, will be revived at the Da Ten-
port Theatre with aa all white!
cast. Irene Kane, wbe snade tbe
leap frum mor'el te a rale in
"Three Penny Opera.' ia the lead
ing lady. . Boaanne star dancer,
retarns to the U. & shortly after
five years ia tbe faraway places.
Stranded mi Sine pore. nct at aa
the Israeli border. aued ia Rome.'
race .toU in Calcutta, tbe finally
reach -d Pans te star in a revue'
The predveer.

director.

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Sir Alec Kirkbride, quoted a a-bove,
bove, a-bove, was Abdullah's political ad adviser
viser adviser for 14 years, until the king's
assassination in ; 1951.; The king
has been succeeded by two sons,
first Talal, then by King Hussein I,
who has ruled since 1952. i
KIRKBRIDE. better than dcn

haps anyone else, knows the inside
. t r u:- . 1
i iiiis imam weaKiing King Kingdom.
dom. Kingdom. As reviewed by Jon Klmche, a
Britisher, in the quarterly review
'Midstream,' it is an amazing tale
of Arab intrigue and of old-school
British diplomacy and colonialism
in an area nobody else bothered a-"
bout.
,Under the celebraleiBrigadier
General, Glubb; -the British built up
Jordan's Arab Legion as a police
and fighting force to maintain bal
ance of power among the Arab
states; At the sanie time Ate Brit British
ish British supported the Israeli govern government,
ment, government, thus trying to carry water on
both shoulders.
The whole tragi-comic situation
collapsed when the young King
Hussein began to feel some of the
oats he no doubt inherited from hit,
adventurous father. Hussein was
urged on, also no doubt, bv the an-
ti-British and anti-Israeli Nasser of
fcgypt. .
Anyway, Hussein threw out Gen

eral Glubb and now talk nt natJeA in F.uronp. And on that riav it

tiating with the British to abrogate was decided to go ahead with the
the 1948 treaty under which thevlDhahran base on the belief that it
hoift knnl 4L. T I : . 1 ..!- .... n t : Mi1.. 4. n

nci. me iiuiuaiiians ana QUne
aynasty alive.
The riddle this poses for the V V-nited
nited V-nited States is what we can or wi'l
do about this situation under the
new Eisenhower doctrine.

InWewYork

thor and entire est of "A House
Remembered" all hail tmm mt
ly. Amazing bow many of Joe El
I anna' i a 1
;nree irienas fly from ev
erywhere in th ini
ins openms niirht At
tbird of the large crowd at the E E-den
den E-den Rot iiremiere had heard his
routines a dozen times. . The
. . V11C-
tne ut.u. Jan. 30) premiere at
nearby. Ciro', a week later. An
.dC .ve L"l,n-AmeTican trio.
"e" Ulr'. wnich gets
cut-urea at, am Jordan's Bar of
Music for Vivian Lloyd, was com-
ymzu oy ner . Sarah Vaughan
- auuvuer winner in "Leave It
iq wive . Rowan a Martin.
n(k unit 1 T
a a 1. vome act (they
w uinr next Dooking a
year ago this week) are reoorted
"the smashingest" in Dallas' They
irb?Jked .ror ,two t the
raimium,.Lionaon April 15
-The Story Tellert: The Ladies
Home Journel'a first hand re re-aert
aert re-aert frerr Ruttia vividly de describes
scribes describes the nightmare of Com Com-monism
monism Com-monism in everyday terms: The
crowded, epartmeata. Mrr
Of fifth. "Tha Ruitiae
the mtr aecurarat ra.
ports, "hare the freedom of work
hertee" . Princess Grace and
baby are Topic Ah m Leek Red Red-book
book Red-book and Time. Incidentally, this
la te ergo Her Grace ta read
the Raader'i DigoU e s a a yt
"Whet It a lady," A darting-.
CetmepolHan's health-and hap hap-Plneaa
Plneaa hap-Plneaa iaaue concerns the most
important subject af ail yM
The Satevepest hee enerher com.
tnunique in tha Battle af the
Sesos. It demands a decleratioa
f mdapaadenca for husbands.
The ky-Cnor it a doQ . Con
tidering the health fconefrta, tax
allowences and penaione fer ald ald-ar
ar ald-ar pea4e (liated in U.S. Newe Newe-World
World Newe-World Report) yov might es well
ae on living, folks. . In New
week, James Thvrbor earnestly
ergwea that Americaas are loo loo-irg
irg loo-irg thoir aonae af humor. Jame.
dea't matte me lewgh!

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: iapAUY WASIHf JGTOM

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fvlERItY
WASHINGTON One of the

healthiest recent decisions of. the Investigating Committee, was un.
Senate is to investigate American able to find that Congress had ev-uollcy-in
the'Near EasTKdatmg jer'; authorized the $4,000,000 spent
back to .he" Truman (administra- on the base: Furthermore. h r.

tion. The decision-was reached aft
ter a ciosea-aoor aeDaie uiat uie
Dubiic doesn't know about,
For some- time Republican Sen
ators had argued, both privately
and publicly," against any probe of
Dulles's policies. Senator Aikoi of

vciuiuu utucu uiai outu u pi'o wouia nave a piace to iana. y
would be dangerous, would destroy Senator Brewster also turnedu(
the Secretary .of State.. Senator amazing evidence showing -,ho
Fulbright of Arkansas, who initial-( the oil companies dominated A A-ed
ed A-ed the idea, argued that if sue h an merican policy in the Near East,
investigation would, .destroy him, This will be described in a subs.

men uuues s policies were serums
ly lacking. -
Finally, closed-door session,
Sen. Dick Russell of Georgia spoke
up, calm and brief. He nan noi
said much before.
- "Now, gentlemen,?: he -eaked,
"do you really wish thlt country
to baliava that you don't want
tha people e know about tha can-,
duet of our foreign affairs? Da
yeu want -this ta be a ttriet par party
ty party t vote against any investiga investigation?"1
tion?"1 investigation?"1 '
There was a sudden hush on the
Republican side, followed by' whispers-
GOP Senators suggested a
delay -of 48 hours, then 24 hours,
obviously to consult Finally they
agreed to come back at .10 ; a,m.
next day;
At that time tney voieo uuum
imously to proceed with the full in-
I.. l.llnn f th NK9r EaSt Under
: vcoub""""
but Eisenhower and Truman.
WHY U.S. BASE?
This column would be delighted
to suggest ta the Senators where
they can get some J":
formation. Part of ifcJs covertd
with dust right in their own files.
Very important, for instance, is
why the U.S. air base in Saudi A A-rabia
rabia A-rabia was actually established.
President Eisenhower discussed
with King Saud last weet a renew renewed
ed renewed lease on this base, and it was
t-A that the King wanted
siiable amount of American arms
in return. However, Senate tecords
of the old Brewster
Committee show good 'MS.0I
believe that this base was original originally
ly originally established not because it was
of any. military va
olease
, .
please the American on
which already have reaped a for
tune from &auui
c..... ...in find in their file?
,ld P. Booth, 'MeJSar
dersecretary of War. dated J9
Sene
portant that
eret) be respected. If there is any
part of the subject matter which
5S? wish to declassify tor PpbUc PpbUc-tion,
tion, PpbUc-tion, it is requested that the mat matter
ter matter 'be referred to the War Depart
mcnt and the State Department
for clearance."- ','
I can reveal, however, that
Booth's report showed that the
British in July 1944 blocked the
U.S. base until May 9, 1945 on the
ground that tbfcy, the British, al already
ready already had four bases in Arabia
which we could-use. May 5, 1945
was one riav hptnrn the war end.
wuuiu Lui, uu hu iniics mi Aiiug
from Cairo to Karachi.
STATE DEPARTMENT
WANTED BASE
One week later, the war- in Eu Europe
rope Europe being over, the War Depart--ment
suddenly reversed itself and
wanted to cancel the Saudi Ara
bian base. It saw no reason for it.
But the State Department argued
otherwise. For reasons not speci specified
fied specified but understood to be the pro-i
tection of American oil companies,
the State Department demanded 1
that the base be built. I
The State Department carried
the argument up to President Tru-
man. and en Sept. 28, 1945 he
i ok. o tne case, proviaea a new con
. ..,! .1- IT. t
tract was drawn, giving the Unit.
ed States all postwar air -rights,
and provided congress veteo ue
necessary funds. 1
However, Sen. Owen srewster 01
SIDE GLANCES

e?; i roiiHTAm stRvir

"Mom, tf you'ra tt tirttf, tet't tit down and test it
thit soda fountin!n

GO RoUMD

y pkiw piaison'

Maine, then head of th ;....
1 norted that no new contract w a
drawn.
"The Army presented Kins Ibn
Saud- with, an airplane,?' Brewster
remarked at that tim j, ; "and it
looked as if the airfield was built
to please the King so his. plana
, quen; column. - y
Umov Clnak eSltakM m 1nh af
r iiviar wunra aif m eaagj
merican bates has been built .in
Turkey, lust at close, if net
closer te Ruttia, than Saudi Ara Arabia.
bia. Arabia. The United States al holds
S series of bates In Greece, ah
matt at close te Ruttia. All this
makes it appear that the Saudi
Arabian base Is even lei neeet
tary taday than when the War
Department, turned thumbt dawit
m l45.f The real purpote, it ap appears,
pears, appears, it to supply a bate for
the planet and pertonnel of the
Arabian American Oil, Company
and have a protective American
bate near Irs; property.
TRUMAN DOCTRINE
Senators may also want to go
b k t another incident in tha
. Ji1.4.4l Ik.
iruman auuiiiiiairiiuuu iuc mau-
ner m which Standard Oil of New
Jersey and Standard- Oil oi m e w
York purchased 40 per cent of the
Arabian American Oil Company
just a few daya before President
Trum an announced his- Truman
doctrine for Greece and Turkey.
The question is: Did they know
this doctrine was coining Or did
they inspire the doctrine? Or was
their timing just a coincidence?
The doctrine was aimed at. block blocking
ing blocking Russia from penetrating down
to Suei and the eastern end of the
Mediterranean just as the Dulles
doctrine Is today. :
,-
Another point which Senator
Brewster investigated during the
Truman administration was the A A-merican
merican A-merican oil shortage of 1947 and
the resultant import of oil" from
the Near East. f in
Brewster claimed that the -3947
oil shortage In the US.V was 1 a pho pho-nv,
nv, pho-nv, had been arranged by the'big
oil companies in order lo convince
the Americsn public c the nec-.s-sity
of importing half miii.on
barrel? of Arabian oil which in
turn emphasized the importance
of spend.ng American dollars to
pfotect Amencan,9UnJeisUl
the Near East.-, J,iJ'
RED HOT A technician pre prepares
pares prepares to let go a hot blast from
the new E 30 R-l "one-shot"
llama thrower at the Army
technical center, Edgewood,
Md. The unit weighs 28,a
pounds, loaded, contrasted ta
the 71 pounds of the conven conventional
tional conventional flame thrower. It can be
"jumped" as part of a para
trooper's equipment 1
Bv Cdlbraitb

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SATURDAY, FEBRUARY ft. 193.

CARE Mission Chbf -7
Mrs. Lovt io To Got
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Church of Christ

i! W. W. Burrow, Evangelist :
; Telephone t-3603
5 BALBOA: 051. Ralbna Road..
Service' Sunday 10:00 eJn. 11:06
? oo p ra.
CRISTOBAL; America Legion' Hilt
Service Sunday 10:00 ajn. 11:00 em
RIO ABAJO: Houaa ho. 3034 lath SI
Sunday 4:30 i :
r. Unitarian
, tu
' UM'lAaUAN
KOCUT1
10 JO aJB.
Bid. 86
: Ancon Blvd.
- Uamey
' four inviuueo
- to liberal
, NilglOO.
Baptist.
COtXlU BArr!X tHUKCH
311 Bxuja Roa ,,
Drawer aw. ttaibo ,
Phona S-1706
KaM f, Faderewtki, raator
, Phona S-1181 K
Sunday Schol ..".......
I:t5 am
rrnr.. wnranin- .......
?rainli ,"u0?w" ? JO Bjn
veniu. Worship R
Pray. Meeting
Weonesda MO p-m-
eft Ktay each month .... -w Djn.
SpMUB BlDU School
rnn -BAPTISl CBIIRCB
Balboa Halghta. C. 2.
: C27 Anew Boulevard :, v,
Drawn "B" Balboa Hcighta
Pbone Baiboa 1727
' WUllaai H. Bby.. ?ta
4unda School ..'..... ?
Murnini Wonhlp .......... W;
ttapimi ITaining Union .... JJ OJn
aivugumfc barvica ........ J"
f i y r. IlKlini Wadnaa-
M S : Bibl Study Thura-
aayr "". v V I. ''
Men Brotherhood (Laat
Monday Uj mohthl ; u
I ua
tl PJB
iUB BAPTIST OHimCH
MaraariU Avenue h Street
: "Margarita, Canal. Zone v,
... 'fcrrv-; !frt7' 5
iunday School ..,.... J?
Mornini. Worship ;00 ajn
isininfT Union.'..-... .30 PJO
s..nin'. WorshiD '..-......,.. om'
Dn.ilieroopd, Tuesday ......
Prayer Services, Wednesday,.. T0 pm
W liu Jlat 3rd Trldaya ; a ;
B.A AJ dTbeaaai,oiu r.
Friday ......... t..' a0-P.J
: Salvation; Army
tNon-Oenoaihiarlonal tvah!
, nflcunsif.
- f HI 'PACIFIC SIPB
CapUin & Mr.'. i Braat ..;
1 rebrtarv Street, ihon?. 4&-20OS4
l:00 iii.Iine8i,Meetini.-'"i'J. ,;;
3:00 WYjday SchooU f r'. S- -J
:30 Saivatlen-MeeOhi-i,;. '4t .v-'
YtA BCCi; tS.36.Ti;' -f r-.4Sr,'.f."
, Lieutenant Pansy Campbell v ;
Building No. 1030, Phone, -28V-,:'
' 11:0-1 Valines Meeting. ; ..
3:00 f-utiday School. ,'i?-'-'fl
1 m BaJvaUoh MaattDj.' ."
' PARAiKO. CJL "----vi:
v Envoy ,Mia'C,Iefile'y;.,.s-'-S'V
' Bulara bve-''irv.
0:00 Svnday- SchooU
t 11:00 Hl)nes MeeUnf, .- -.
3:00 Sunday School.
tO Salvation Meetlnk
, ' -V 1 1 '.4
COLON HlRD'SEtT- p'l
8Captaln Syalin Taylet
UM) IJoliftesa Meetlno
; RAINBOW CITi'jCX',:-r
Envoy J., G11L M
i St Kiits knd Jamaica Street
11:00 Homesa Meeting. (
, 8:00 PvDday School. (
1 TflOSslvatieh JieettaSv,
CULON C&NTAAL :
" Benler ( apv and Mm C Mi
I etn wtree ptione : I8-7Q.
Union Churches
Wbec
all
Pretcataaia eeeperaie wltb
Hy ta oratm, Uherty ta
eesaanaia aa. charity t aO
? -1 Aitjumc snB
CATUH ...
- star. Ray BUkely, Peatae
Phone -333 ..
:5 Church School. 1
11:00 Worship Serviea.'
. : pjn. Sr. Youth Fellewshlp.
- 0:00 pjn, Jr. Youth reUowanip.
i llA RGARITA r .' f.
The Re. tau 81
-' Phun tulN.
:3tt Bible School.
. 10.41 Werabip
ui ail J.
- ) Tooth raUowahMv
TUB PACH1C STUB
BALBOA
, The Oscar W. Ohea. Pasta
- Balboa Rd. at San Pablo St
Phone 3-148 Church Ofiic MM
JO Church School Pree hue aenriea
- Panonaaa niai nliai nMn.
tag Worship Service The Exnanded
: aession roc Huraar. Kinocraartan
Primary and Junior Dee
Church-unM Muraarv for ccUldran
under. 3.
0 Junior-High FeUowittrp. .:
0 0 Poi-Hlh reDowahip..
11 Sanior-aUch rllow4hh
uamboa' "-" .'-.::'.
. Rev. Walk M Ald-rtmt, Mlalstff
ff : 8-47 Re.; 4-U t
Sunday Services: -t
J ajn. Sunday School.
10:4 ajn. Morning Warship.
Official tneetina and week-day ectt-
rtlU MfcTtrUOthl CHUBO
ikotttra Confaranni
Be, svtlliaxn H. Aiawtfa
lth St. Panama Oty
). -ManUT! Pra.ai and Saraw
- m tHiaday Seheat
em Cvantne Pne ana BapSM
euMTi atn-HODiai usXaui
: ia Street aad Meteuoea Av

Ceie-i. MP
mm. Saimtt. aim, Mtnltear
am. alomtn Sarvte ane Hert
i mminina '. H
lam Sonday SHmmI " '"
J 1 e Ivwir i i a.
4.oi,a.T, M 4A Prarer aiMtina.
It

mi (ha aa

aJtiM ai rMMa ai 'Cota. tUnbM 'MtM, mtaM watcaaaa
t H tmmf mm m4 hm f Hm umm4 aarvicaa, mm4 m clviliak
atfhkara, frwaaH m4 atraaaara. .,. .u
A BakKr aervtaa, Hw Tha raaama Aaaarkea htH Imww," a
laajMHiaaliMW, aaticaa 4 keuM t wnhip aa4 aka rafular aatwiiiM.
V WlHajft era raH4 frMi : rlaaa time. OaiMMiMrMM havia
t Mr WHhMm ara Uata4 uaeat "Otfcat ChMrckaa Ami
Sarvloaa.'' A oaacwl lifting m mdaa rai aarvlcao t ArMf paoM.
Aif ftM baM Naval etattae.
MMatara, hatca aacratarlaa mmi cbaplaiaO arocakai H 'mtm
, Hi aowa aaak i wriHat kf Warfaaaa'af aaaaj at Mia Ufaaf at aa
chanaaa far tka nui Satwaay' ckuicb aa.

' KBENBZKR MCTBODlBTj CBUaXM
In, Samual Waldan, Minlatai
Bundv Swvlcaa and :l Mi.
iunday School for all agaa at JO pjn
Tai iBTltarlmi Ta WawMa." :
Tnandav 1. o.m Prai Maetln
Christian Scientist
CHK191I.4J HUKNUa. CMUKCMK
riral Church at Christ. Sclwitiat, Anna
. tM Ancoo Boulward.
Sunday ll.-OOi Wadnaaday 00 aua.
Sunday School aja '-
Utb Strwl a Bolton ctaabway
Sunday 11:00 a.m. Wadnaaday 0
Catholic
ST. MART'S CHURCH Balboa
Sunday Mames: :00. H. 10:00 and
WHoiv oiy Maaseai Itt'BKNl 114 am
"t&SZZ: Saturday,. I SO' to OC
and 7:00 to S'.OO pm.. Thursdayt before
First Friday: 7 JO to 8.00 am.
Miraculous Medal Novenat 7:00 pjn
on Monday. '" 1 - m;-
Catechism claaei hilar the 8:00 auu
on Sunday. . m
High scnooi suiw vm.
Weaneaaay.
' lACIBl BEAtl-Mna
i..... us.x. K5. 70 A 0:30 S in,
Holy Pay maaaat: f 4 am. Ukl (AO
Confessionsi Saturday :0 to 8-00 and
7:1 to :o p.m. -jnuncav, hj.v
rou T-nn n m i.
Sacred Heart DevoUon 70 pm s
Calm-CTaaiu ta ta .: poai-on
Thuraday.
-fit''
' OUR LADY, "OF FATTMA"-Carnada .-.
J Sunday Mass at 3:00 am-.','','!..?-.'"!';
, Holy Day Mssd at 8:30 -p.m. .f -Confessional
CM to M pjn. on. Sat
CUcixlsm tiUmt Saturday 8 JO t
10
?' ;:,' trf JOia-Prala-''f
, Sunday Mass at 7:00 and 84 OJaV
Holy Day Mam at P-. ,'
Confessions: Saturday SdO to JO and
at .a m an .- -rv
Catechiam Clasai Sunday 3:00 to 4.-00
"'Miraeulou Medal rJovena f 0 p.m
Convert lrutructlcl Thursday 1:00
'' ST. vTWCiltrs-PanaPii Otr
Sunday Masses: 6:00 and gdO a.m.
Hniv n liitHti 3:30 and :00 o.m
(It It Jalla on Saturday the Mamas art
0:00 ana s:3 .m.i y'-vf
Contewlom: Saturday:00 'JM'juM
7:00 to 8:00 p.m. Thursday before Firm
12mW Hovan. .d- St.:
Bon ef the Crosa: 1M p.m.
Catechhna Claw: Attar 4 aaaaa
e.. -. .t
Convert Claan M p.av Xuaaday and
Thuraday. -; t i.-.. '?'.-.;"
ST. TrriEHI3A,S-lel '
. a..Jnu U .!(A am.:.-':
. Holv bav Mast: 3:00 ajn. Ut It Jhlls
An. RatllrdaT40 a.m.l
r .T.whim uaas: w w. .vw v.
!?CeMlona :00 to 830 aim. Sunday.
i ; V' ; 'f ; i '''
, ST. JOHN BAPTIST DB LA BALLS ;
'.. s.m.. tfavre
. new lM V. mam.
v.. i c.. vim avfrfav mass: a :00 a.m,
ii. V ajui
Hni uav aaaasaat iw
P.M. .'i .:-.. .... r.
rfan! g-so M 4M and 10. to
..AA k fi.hlMl.I
V" i-nri
Mlraeuiou maoai nwi
p.m. t "" J1,
uiiecniam -iasa; o ;m r" 1 1
, St. rHEBfSE-S-a .Je
Convert Claan Monday 1J Mfc... j
Sunday Masa: 7l a m. : .'.., -.
'iHoly Day Mass: :S0 p.m.
B.ttlrd i:30 to TAO pm
.rf'iT!:T..l rfrt. J0 OJn..
. Catechlam cia: : P--
' Sacred Heart Novenat 1M PJa
eiH.
ea Thuraday
coavan iiaaai il
'" i." '. ATLANTIC SITJB V-..'- ' '-i
i '-i ST. iOStM S-Celea ; ,:
.j.. M.aa 11 8KWarul:lS0JB.
Holv bat Masses: lit and IM aJB
"osnfetlSnT? Saturday I t IM and
7:00 to 8:00 p m. -..'
Miraculous Medal Hovenel WedWday
6:15 and 7:0 p.m.. j i
Sacred Heart woven :
Sunday Evening Service 7 pJn.
Convert das: 70S pjn. a Mondays
and Thursday a. ...... ,.' ,.
Catechism Osss: Sunday 16:11 aa.
11-43 a.m. 4 pjn. to :oo p.m.
irf.avnaadtlnsi of Most Ble
ed Sacrament all day. Reposition at JO
ajn. saturoay momui. :
First Saturday Devotion ta sw Udy
at Fatima The Holy Rosary j00 e.m.
First Communion umnaju
dren Monday ana Touroaj
740 pjn. .
MTRACVLOU9 tL-rrtrltil
i. UMaaaOrso. s-oo and 10:30 a.m
Holv Dey Mas: 6.-0A aJk and
Contentions: Sattirday 446 ta 8r08 and
70 toBMpm. aeavj "tu www
Mh-euion Medal Reran t SOS and
IM pjn. en Monday.
Catechlam Clasa: After 6:00 Mas an
Cawwiav.
First FrkJay Frpositio all day during
the School leer.
First aeturaeyr ssass sa ewe an.
HOLT TAMTLT CHIUCH ta Margarita
Sunday Masses: T J, fju. a en.
Firat Saturdav Mas: ..... 66 aja
Weekday Maaaat: ....... exo-i
Sajurday .. 1-06 P m. to 6-0 pa pa-Miraculous
Miraculous pa-Miraculous Medal Wuiasia T6 Jm
Holy Day Maases: 736 a.m. 8:1 pjn
Confession ... 3:41 .ss. to 4:U pja
- every Monday.
Parish Family Rosary and
Benedirtion ............ .16 Pan
. ? i f Wednesday,
Discuasion inquiry Group 7 36 pjav
oeery Friday.
1st Friday DeUm ... 16 pja
1st Saturday Devotiea .. tst bjb.
ST TIsiCgJITB-eUtohee Ctty
Sunday. Msssiss- 636 mm. aad 830
ajn. '
Holy Pay Haasesi as am ana asa
P Cnnraajnot 46 s 66 aad 13 to
80 pjn. Sarurday.
Catecnisra t. leas: re e m. est BRanaay
Cosreart Cto Mondey at 13
pjn-
MTraewInu
Medal Bovenei 13 sua
on Toepdsy t
sacred Haesn aevenei i
Frnay

rrMCl-1 AT roCTPT0l Get
Sunoay kaaa: 6 U aaa.

a ZtM. 4 AM tomilMi

H.I. na lUr.M 4-Afl j.m.. ,i .:;V
Confsasions; 0:30 t 7:00 pm. an Sat Saturday,
urday, Saturday, t
. Catechism data 4iW o m in Monday
OUR LAOS OP GOOD COUNSEL
tVamlea;'' VS;r'fsA4
; Sunday Masses: 7:00 and' 8:10 a m.
Holy Day Masses: 0:00 a jn. and :00
P-m
Confeaslona Saturday at 7.100 pjn. and
arter an evening devotions., ir
Baptisms by appointment 4
Miraeulou Medal Novenat 70 jn.
on Tuasdayi -
Sacred Heart Novenat 1 Mi pjn on
Friday. '
Sunday school: :80 p.m. on sonflay.
Rehaiout Instruction Clasa for Chll.
dren: 4:00 p.m. on Thursday.
' Reltaioua Instruction for adults irinn:
ducted la. Spanish): 7Mjd on Mon.
day.
convert, instructions trr apMlntmentv.
1 j Episcopal
The Rt. Rev. Bt Haber tCaadea, B.T.D,
Ths Vary Rev, Matnert J, Pelarsea,
, S.TJ? Dea i
ANCON, ,C JS
TH CATHEDRAL OF ST. LUKB
SUNDAYS
4 :30 ajn-Holy Communion.
4:30 ajn Santa Communion (4th Sun
day), i
8:30 a.m. Church School.
:4j i n. Iscuela Dominical.
11 M m. Mornina Prayer and Sermon.
woiy wommnnion. (First sun.
davl.
t XO ps. Lvanlng Prsyer and Sermon
.VvwKlNkSDAYS ..
6:30 a.m. Holy Communion.''
7:00 pm ivenlng Prayer., i' ,-'
' HOLY DAYS :
0:00 a. nv Hoiy Communion, i
8 Sil a m Holy Communion.
,)AILY .-'.
8:18 a.aw Morning Prayer,
12:00 Mi-d Missionary Prayers.
Y;-'.. ''''" :COCOLI-.: ''
; Church of St Andrew -'
; The Rev. William W. Baldwin,
- Priest in Charge,-
SUNDAYS .s..,...TT'..,; M ,;.."....:
Holy Communion T:M .m.
Family Prsyer and
Church School 6:30 jn.
(Also Holy Communion Snd.
' Sunday each month1)
Morning Prayer A Sermon 11.00 a.m
(Alao Holy Communion 1st.
Sunday each month) ?;''
WEDNESDAYS ' A t ' i.
Holy Communion ......... 8:00 a.m.
XOROJEAL-' ;V'-''
, 'Chapel at The Good Shepherd
' ; The Rev. Clarence W. Hayes,
tlaat. tat Cluvaa
FRIDAYS-...
8:00 .nv Morning -Pray er. er.-(H.C
(H.C er.-(H.C tint Friday each Month).
. SJAMBOA
Bt Biaaaa'a Chnch
Th Re,
John Spaar, Priest la Charge
SUNDAYS ,A .'?'V ;'
Choral Eucharist and Sar Sar-mon
mon Sar-mon ......................
Church School ......v....
Episcopal Young Churchmen
Ivenson end Sermon .....
70 a m.
8:00 p.m.
80 p.m.
16 pjn.
MONDAYS. TUESDAYS,
and FRIDAYS
Morning Prayer ana Holy
Communion
Evening Prayer. ...........
Woman's Auxiliary, tnd and
ath Thllradava
8:00 a.m.
: 1:00 pjn.
7:30 pm
wr.nNKsnAYS A- THURSDAYS
Holy Communion .......... ajn.
Morning Prayer ........... 6:00 .m.
Evenina Prayer ........... 70 pja.
SATURDAYS ; ... :
Family Kucnarisx ......... :
Office of Complin ......... 8:00 pjn.
LA BOCA ""'''
. Bt Peter's Chnrca
The Rev. Jeha Spear, Prlaat la Charge
SUNDAYS . -A- t.
Morning nayar ana vnurca
School .......A..... 66 mm.
Choral Eucharist .and Sac-
mon e a t a'
Holy Bs'ptlsm ,, V., 12:00 noon
vnson and Address ,730 p.m.
3rd MONDAYS , k
07 AiiilTlarv ....... 130 pja.
THURSDAYS or FEAST DAYS
Holy communion .........
PALP SECO
Chapel e the Holy Comforter
Tea. L. B. Shirley, Priest ra Charge
THURSDAYS '-f :
836 a m. HOiy tonununwn.
MARGARITA
Chareh ef Bt Marraret
- Espave end Brszoe Blvd.
'Th Rev. Jest K. Renew, Recto
SUNDAYS '. ;i.
7:30 SJn. Holy Communioa,
: 6:43 am. Church School
..ulAm llianinf travaa
Last Sunday each Month. Holy Com-:
THURSDAYS and HOLY DAYS
830 a m. Hour communion.
- chavel af Oar Savtoat
WEDNESDAYS
6 30 a Jn. niy unmwiKn. v
CARAISO .'"'
- The Bev. AUaa R. Waatt,
' Priest ta Charge
' The Rev. David A. Other,
Vie;
SUNDAYS ..'. '-
t6 s.ta Choral rharlst A
636 SJB. Intent Baptism. -6
66 n ta. Church School
h..d h. Building 131)
66 pat. Youth Fellowship
aam g.anwtne snd Ad
Snd end 4th WEDNESDAYS
aad Al
I jsais. woman wiaiiiarj wiaiiiarj-'
' wiaiiiarj-' tor GulM Meeting.
;- PANAMA CTTY .'
St Pa!' CtnrrrS)
FM Test wanec a. oniMiJ, -" -The
Re PH eV. AtweR. beaeaa
SUNDA Vi,
66 JB. Holy ceapjmumea.
66 J un6 acharit
16:43 at Mernttts Prayer
and Chun
- 8cjo
1 1-0 aocr Boty Ba
T-e t.m
TVXSDAYfl
n il nnrj
BTEDhsSDAYS
ee at riory tjssiiuuunm
-a t. m. ..ntn Prayer
rUVRVJATS AND FRIDATB
lain nor?
HOLY DAYS m-
a-66 a-". stsajT
cbjust onucn nTBi-nA
m- fraeaj ,
Coion, IF.
- rOutiusfl Htl vTashlnatant
Th Bev. Jst
The Be.
, SURDATS
60 a s. Pnty CornmunlOB.
6 jav Mornirn Prtyer.
ae .. OMral tarharo and
1 J. Oorrh tV-honL
IM mm. 5 aisnnang a
.
WCDKESDATS
a s m C"mKK

7 3 av tvcr.iRf Prarar end

pjn.-Adult Confirmation, CIsat..
ixiunbUAxa
1:00 pjn. Evening' Prayer and Madita-
tion, i
- FRIDAY
8.00 a.m, Children's Eucharist.
SATURDAY
100. a.m. Junior Confirmstion Class.
1 :30 pjn. Compline ahd Meditation ';:
" RAINBOW Cltl"
V Charcti ef St Mary, the Virgin
The Rev. Joha A, Spaldlns.
rnati u Marge j
SUNDA y 8 '
Sung Aucharist ',, 736 a.m
Churjh School ........... 6:tt am
Evens-Hi and Sermon .... 10 om
THURSDAYh ,
Holy Communion. 100 ajn
, RIO ABAJO v
, i St. Christophers Church t
-V' I0UI Street, Parque Lefevre ;
The Rev.. Clarence W. Hayes, 'C
Priest In Chsrge
, 'The Rev., Clarence A. Cragweli,
Assistant
SUNDAYS
, 6 '00 ajn. Holy Communion.
7:30 a.m. Suna Eucharist and Sermon.
1030. ajn, Morning Prayer and Church
, y acnOOl. .'.".K
11 00 noon Holy Baptism. r'1-
:sv o.m. ivansona and sermon.
MONDAYS
130 pan. jsi ana ira. woman auki-
TUESDAYS '
630- p.m. Junior Daughter of tht
, Ring. .. f .. .... j.
7:SD n.m. Youth Fellowahin. ,is
WEDNESDAYS
6:00 a.m. Holv Communion.
1.-00 pjn. Evening Prayer And Religious
. inscrucuons. l! ,'
THURSDAYS
6:00 p.m. Girls' Friendly society.
60 o.m. 1st and Sad, Sindatona.
SATURDAYS -t
630 ajn. junior coniirmation uaasv
Other; Churches
CHURCH OF THE NA2AREN
v. : n Ancon. C.Z. .v
Minister: Rev. Elmer O. Nelson
Box 68, Ancon.. CZ, Balboa 11601
Sunday School
........
8:45 ajn
-Morning Worship ....... 1030 a.m
Youth Service ............ 6:48 pjn
Evening Service ....!.... ,1:30 p.m
N.FJ4.S. Service ....jl..... 1:00 p.m
Prayer Meeting, Wed. .... 130 pjn.
'.. jtx ae '"'
KATIONAL BAPTIST CHURCH
Panama Ri.. 23rd Street East
' Rev. S. H. Bnwa. Mlnltlet
SUNDAY: ,..'
Divine worsnip ........... ;:v a.m.
Sunday School ............ 1:00 p.m.
Sunday Masses 7. 7:45 11:45
stm tauC JV Sunday, acnoet at
16 p.m. i.V :ri;;,(iyr
JEHOVAH'S WITNESSES
UuMnat Thurariava at 7:30 D.m. and
Sundays st 4:00 pm. Win Memorial.
806 Balpwa Boad, Balboa.
raimrW ns JFSIH1 rnltiaT'
OP LATTER-DAY SAINTS (Mermen)
ounaay meeungs w u
On Balboa Road. i
Sunday. Bcnooi ........... iv.w ami
Sacrament' Meeting ....'.. 6:00 p.m.
Primary; Monday 8 :30 pjn.
Relief Society; Tuesday... 8:30 am.
MIA: Wednesdsy ........ 130 pjn
, Telephone Balboa 4237.
- Atlantic Branch
Building 200. Schoolhouse Road Gatua,
- -anai one -Sunday
School, Sunday .. 6:80 a.m.'
Sacrament meerlntr Sunday 11:00 a.m.
Priesthood meeting Wed... 6:30 p.m.
Primary, Wednesday 4:30 p.m.
Relief. Society, as announced.
Telephone, Gatua 384 a Cristobal 3387.
CURUNDU PROTESTANT CHURCH
""A Warm Hearted Church"
MUtoa K. LeWIg, Minister -Phone
Res. 83-7116 Of. S3-S10S
Sunday School 830 ajn.
(A clam for every age)
Morning Worship ......... 110 a.m.
Youth Fellowship 60 pan.
Eevenlng Worship . 7:00 p.m.
Praver and Praise (Wed.) 7:00 D.m.
A church nursey 1 provided for your
tu. .,..'.. v.
OLU CATHOLIC. CHURCH
St Raphael The Archangel
13th St West No 1
Rolv Eucharist!. Sunday at 10 S.m
Tuesday. Wadnetdavt and Tburadavs
30 aja.
Saerement at Unction tHealrng her
rice) First Sunday at each month i
736 PJB.
Balibet., Chrlstla Chareh
Panama R. P
Rt Rev. T. wimaa. a A Bishop
otilriating.
Mornin devotio'. a ..... 66 aja
Fellowahin Wossnin at 110 aaa.
iunday School at
Divine servio a ........ .M taw su
' B BARAI CENTER i
BAHAI'6 CENTER
34 First Street
Urbanlzaclon El Carmen. Panami City,
irilonnai Talk aad Diacuitiont
Thurtdays. ....,... ...... 6 0 PJev.
. f-alsa. gth A Freat Streets
. '" (epitairi AaaericaB Basaar) -Study
CUatsa Tburadaya, 136 pm
. BETHEL MISSION CHURCH
JEapalab St, Parsiso, C.Z.
Rev Waldaba H. Stewart, Paste
Sunday: 116 SJn, Worship Servic.
1 :00 p.m. Sunday School.' .
1:16 pjn. Gospel Service. '
Morulay: 730 Yonne Peooler Society
Wednesdsy I 130 Mid-week Christian
reiiowanip.
Tniiraii.! am :nmr Renearsai.
Friday: 130 Womasfa Miaaionary So
ciety. I;''!
THE CHURCH OP GOD
1638 Eighth Street Celea
Rev. G. W. Granaiaea. Paste
Sunday Schol ....... 636 a.m.
Morning Worship ...... ..i.... 10:36 a.m.
Night Servic 136 PJB
P7RST CHURCH OP GOD
Cot. Jamaica aad Trinidad St.
Rah) hew Ctty, Caaal Eea
Rev. G. W. Graadlsea. paster
Morninc Worshla 66 jb.
Sunday School .....,...... 16:30 a.m.
Night Servic 136 pja.
' THE CHURCH OP GOD
Hew Providence -Mrs.
Maaae Htoaa. Pastay
Sunday School ........'.... 16 ajn.
Moming worship 11 w aja.
Night Service ...i.... 736 bjb
THE CHURCH OF GOD ;
' Panami CMy
Car.' "N" end 6taria Ai emetia Bt
' Rev. Da. A Ithmsa, Paster
Sundey School .............. 6:36 a. m
Morning Worabip, ........... 16:36 a m.
Night aVarrice r. ...... ,73 am
THE CHURCH OP GOD Rt Ahato
fWJeate Oarare Rd-t6th Bt
8Vev. Was. J. Iitaiia, Pter :
Sondav Scheo 139 am
Morning Worship ....... 160 mm.
Ntoht lisnh tast bjb
CHURCH OF tWO fPflueetaP
Rev. B E. Wataon, Overseer
' Phone 6-42. Bo tS3. Gembea
Ctturche at Panio. CZ Re ene
Mm Hnrnatn O. WhvteL ColOW BP
(Re. Fernanda Lorencel, Rio Abeie
I Bev. end Mr Charles Haynesh it
Cattvd (Re and Mrs. Clifford Greaves)
Sunday and weekday aarvtoav at all
CPwMVTfrrr cht'RCH
- Dathie HiMa, CX
. tFnn ooaa it
Re Carl V t t smb. Ihisustat
Be rs, Catmhaa. CX
Phew Mil
Sneciat BnrneTS Bldg. Dtaba HeittiV
Sunday Sonl ............ 6 4 eat
Wern fee tie
.... 1 43 at
voh
....... 7 ant
...... 1 S m
P.atet 7 3 m
Ftne-'t'c
V ed. Btete tud 4V

alti

Posts and, Bases
' V j PACIHC SIDk 1 1
Pro tea taut L
FOHT AMADOK . i.
SUnday School '.....,..... 0C
Morning Worship 1000
Church-Time Nursery School.,., 10:00
FORT CLAYTON
Sunday School (Building No. J
1261 ..1... 60

Morning Worship .............. 10:13
Wednesday Evening Prayar Meet
-. ing and-Bibl Clam ...... 630
FORT KOBRK
. Daily Mass 6.13
Saturday Mass .8:00
- Sundav School 80 a.m.
T Sunday Morning Worship 10:30 a.m.
'. Sundav Masaea ::...... 8:00 dl 11:45
Monday Novena Devotions ..... 1:30
Confessions-Saturday .'.,. 6:00 A 7:30
.Sunday Family Hour i 6:30 pjn.
ALBROOK AIR F0BCX BASt
i Sunday School 8 30
Adult Bible Clasa (NCO Club).. 1:30
' Morning Worship ... ... 8:30 It 10:45
, Youth Fellowship .,,.. 630
U S. NAVAL STATION, Rodman
Sunday School- :u
Morning Worship .w.,i..;.V...-11:00
Holy -Communion Pint Sunday,
of Month)
15th ND HEADQUARTERS CHAPEL
Morning worsnip .............. s:vu
Holy Communion First Sunday
of Month)
v Catkolie
Z ' tit
FORT AMADOR , j
Daily Mass ....................
Sunday Masse .......w.S.SO A
Confessions, Saturday, .. .0:30 A
Sunday 8:80 A
6:80
8:00
.7:30
80
FORT CLAYTON 1
'r'' J
6:45
Daily Mam ...,..U. i
Sunday Maases ..........7:45 A
Cenf easlons, Saturday ....730 A
Sunday Mam,
8:00
60
10:30
FORT ROBBB
Saturday Masa .................
Sunday Mama ..........7:00 A
Spanish
8:00
8:00
8:00
6:30
830
COKOZAL V .-"
. uany ......,.
No. 711) i.. ...... ...... 7:00 A
Confessions, Saturday (Building
ALBROOK AIR FORCE BASK
Daily Mats
Saturday Mass, ................
Sunday Masse ......... 7 :43
6:00
7:00
12:00
7:00
Spanish, .v. i i ... ..
Novena Servlcet-Tuetday ......
Conf sssl oni-Saturday ..........
7:08
7:00
U.S. NAVAL STATION. Rodman
Dally Mass
Sunday .Mam
' Jewish
. 4:00
830
FORT KOBBR ..
Saturday ..........
10
ALBROOK AIR FORCE BASE
Saturday ......i.. ..............
130
130
USO-JWB (Ba)boa) c
.Friday i. ...... ......
'' ATLANTIC SIDE ,'V
" Protestant '
FORT DAVIS ',.--
Himriav School .................
6:41
11:00
130
Morning Worship
Midweek Fellowship, Thursdsy..
FORT GUtICK'
Sunday School
Morning Worship -1
Youth Fellowship. Sunday
6:43
11:00
6:00
U S. NAV All STATION. Coco Bolo
Sunday School :a
Daily Mass 1:30
Morning Worship 11:00
.Holy Communion First Sunday-
MontW-v,.,;, ..
' V V icaihell "';i':';;;''
sVundiy Maw a 6:36
. Confessions, Sunday ........... 8:46
FORT GULICK
Daily Mass .................... 1:00
Sundsy Mass ., 1:45
Spanish ........................ 8:43
Confession. Saturday ...6:00 A 1:00
U.S. NAVAL STATION, Coco Sola
Daily Masa
Sunday Mass
COCO SOLITO
10
6:00
Sunday Mam
130
Jewish
FORT GULICK
Tuesday .....
1:13
Seventh Day
Adventist
Weekly Services la all Churches
follows .,;... .'
SATURDAY?
Sabbath School 8:30 ajn.
' Divine Service 11:00 a.m.
Youth's Meetini 430 D-ro. :'
..Wednesday Bible Study and Prayar
. service 7:30 p.m. v
Pacific 6ide Panama A Balboa District
Pastor -W. H. Waller Tel. 28:8 3506
Cabe Verde. Ave. J. F. do la Oasa No.
17.
Chorrlllo 25th No. 17
Pueblo Nuev 1-A St between 3rd
and 4th Sta,
Rio Aba jo Utb St No. 17"
Balboa C ha Del 0844 Cavilan Rd. Bai
boa (Saturday only).
Saanlsb Chtrrrhas Psnaaaa aad
CristSbela DaTtrict
Pastor Ruben Ruix
Panama, calle Darien no. i
Cristobal. 16th A Bolivar Ave,
Gamboe A Frlloles.
Dlttrlet Paster A. A. Grlasl
Tel. No. 6-101
Gam boa Pratrr rarsway mjoisa.
Atlantic Side Celoa aad
Crist6bl District
Psstor Neblett TeL 88 326
Colon 3rd St A Central Ave. Cristo Cristobal
bal Cristobal nth at Bolivar Ave.
Central afficei Gavilan Road Tat 1-
1858.
Jewish
J.wl.n Welfare Board Bid 761-X La
Boca Roan. Balboa. CZ. RrbM Nathan
WtUIn Director.
Servi-. Friday. 13 pjn. Hturttay
I3C pm
(See aw llsuna e Jewisn f ma
unCar Boaia Bates and Stationa).
lateeation Kol Shearltt) I treat Av.
nld C'tn and 3th Street Bella Vista.
City Service- 10 B.aa v
Lutheran
REFORMER LUTHERAN CHURCH
Balba Reed et Wisht Street
Re. Beeerl P. Gsntiek. Pasta v
P O. Box 666. Balboa.
Sunday School, Biol clean 80 am
Divm Service 16:18 ajn.
TMvtne fierviee et- Maraartta (ta St
Margaret's Episcopal Chareh Sundey
t-ee am"

;
- i

Boy Scout Sttnd"y
Fall Tomorrow
Th Bay Scout progrim "It ana
that avary boy should tak part
In, Maj. Gan. Louii T. Heath
said today at ho iseuad a spe special
cial special statement on Boy S e 6 u t
Weak.
Commanders of-the Armed Fore
es components of Caribbean Com Command
mand Command joined Heath iin pointing out
the significance 01 the wees.
President of the' Canal Z one
Council, Boy Scouts-of 'America;
Heath also is Chief Ql Stall 01 ine
Caribbean Command. :
Heath said: "The. Boy Stouts of
America, Jfi years old this week,
has demonstrated through the
vears its unsurpassed leadership
In the training of. boys toward the
ideals of moral responsibility, good
citizenship and patriotism that, are
the -foundation ot our. coumry.
"Scouting In addition to build building
ing building sound mindt and bodies by
healthy outdoor activitla is also
instillinaj in boys the clear think think-ing,
ing, think-ing, prfrvranc ta duty and
dedication ta Cod a necessary
in th world today. i . i
"It is. In my opinion, ,program
that every boy should take. part
in, for Scouting expressed., n Jthe
. .. i '. a. I (aa-
words, oi its. current uieme
ward for God .and My Country,'
point? to a way -of life lor which,
no man can ever be ashamed.
Mi Gen. T. H. Landon; USAF
Commander of Caribbean Air Com
mand itated '.'Tne 7in Anni.vcis-
ry of 4he Boy JScouts of Americ
will be observed by, scoutf parti
cipation in special programs
throughout the nation during Boy
Scout Week, eD 6 inrougii j.
"Snnrtav Feb. 10. BOY ScOUt
Sunday will be observed in church-)
aa'nf nil faiths in me nauun. mc
theme for this observance will be
Onward for God and My Country.'
t ainnnmiv hone that all Americans
realize what a tremendous Job oufl
Scout Directors and Leaders are
doing In Scout work today.
."Our nation wide volunteer
. leaders," Landon continued, "da "da-tarv
tarv "da-tarv a groat deaf ef tradlt or
davoting thir tirOUOs affrt8 and
tint lMval6 and train' our
scouts to ba good citlionii and
future lador8 In th worltf 4 1 to-
. morrow. ;, ', ;
"The Bov Scout today la engag

ed In many worthwhile commum- them, I
... -ii. ,H taliawatiaUMl49cnuli

y.-rririf "i Z mm. mail.
i',Lj:r:r: t,: mm- mat,
111" IV 'eTiaBAttOt A.jt'
''The work that has been acconV acconV-plished
plished acconV-plished by the Boy Scout of A A-merica
merica A-merica since its Incorporation on
Feb. 8; 1910, has been highly com commendable,
mendable, commendable, and reflects most cred creditably
itably creditably on the organization.,
. The Scout citizenship program
produces particularly fine results
among th boys J.SJS'
nities, Maj. Gen. Thomas Harrold,
USA, commanding general of U.S.
Army Caribbean "Observed.
"I taka plaature tn noting that
this I. By Scout Wok' Her Her-roldA.id.y"Inp.VRrlbuUo
roldA.id.y"Inp.VRrlbuUo Her-roldA.id.y"Inp.VRrlbuUo the Canal 2ona Council, of th
- .A.rf. of America, I hav
particularly ind ,h?
j aunmaa leaders and.
mon
boyf
. ... M.mlian Of the
fiva
cob pecks, v. ocst "P'P
four xplrr on .U.S. Ar Ar-mv
mv Ar-mv oast in tha Zona.
"Th7 Scout citizenship program
bears particularly fine resulU ia ia-meng
meng ia-meng tte boyt of our Army com com-mSo,
mSo, com-mSo, and makes a no table con con-trlbution
trlbution con-trlbution to our ene rg Wj
activities program. I am graieiui
to he vol?nte8er leaders who gen generously
erously generously share their time with
Caribbean will con continue
tinue continue its extensive material suo suo-rort
rort suo-rort of the Boy Scout program in
Zone! in. part U. r helPj
ing to make VM n in5"!
summer camp at El Velcan. Har
rJ$ .rSJient that the .result.
wUl be as grauiyms j
nat .' l I
1 a.aa.ta eh JVAfl TT1 At
women woo ki
,. .incr.H nut for Driise by
Rear Adm. C.L.C. Atkeson, USN,
commandant of the Fifteenth Na
val District.
nn. SMnit Week. Feb. 6-12
1957, marks the 47th Anniversary
of the Boy Scouts of America,
itk... .a li "inn will oe ouserv-
AlBcnw . 1
ed by communities wnn tvfcwi
programs througnoux me wunu.
"Volunteer leaders everywhere
are to be commended for the gen
erosity of their efforts and ume
in working and developing these
boys and training tnem woewi
good citizen! of the future.
"Or this accaslon, I with ta pay
tribute te th 541 adult leaders
af th 1400 bys in th Canal
t. CatHteil. and in particular.
tha den mther wha ganarav! j
haro tttair tkvi wnn in r"-.
r bay. '..'.'
'It has been a Navy policy of
long standing to render avice
ana asiaiirta; w
Atkeoon COTtimied, "and to encour encourage
age encourage active participation by Naval
personnel in acuviueg imeresi
to the nation s youm Bponsorea uy
the Boy Scouts of America.
Onward for God ana My coun
try,' the theme for thig anniversa anniversary.
ry. anniversary. Is most exemplary of the out
standing and laudable work mat
has bees accomplished oy uve uoy
Scouts of America since 1U Degin Degin-ning
ning Degin-ning on Feb. t, 1910."
Strvlee ScrntduM . '.
At St. Luke's
Tomorrow if Boy Scoot Sunday
and Canal Zone tcouti uke their I
brother Scouts everywhere will re-;
dedicate themselves to the ipirt-,
tual ideals expressed in their;
theme "Onward for God and mvi
Country." by group attendance si'
churches of their faith.
Boy Scout Sunday 16 en ofie :

key observances" of Boy 'Scout

Week, which this year celebrates
the 47th anniversary of scouting in
America.
The acoutlng program has al always
ways always emphasized in its training of
boys the basic Ideas of moral re responsibility
sponsibility responsibility and Integrity that has
as its foundation a firm belief in
God.
One of the principal special serv services
ices services being held in the Canal Zone
in honor of Boy Scout Week will
be the one at the Cathedral of St.
Luke in Ancoq.
The service, under the -sponsorship
of Boy Scout Troop 5 and Cub
Pack 5, will be highlighted by the
presentation of memorial on
scouting by Franklin P. Chase, I
bcout executive of the Canal Zone,
anl the sermon "Significance of
Scouting" that will be preached
by the Very,MainerttJ. Peterson,
Xean of the Cathedral.,
Edward J. Lucas, chairman of
son. The President of the Canal
Zone Council of the Boy Scouts of
America, Ma, lien. Louis T
Heath, will be among those attend
ing the special services.
Many other churches in the Ca
zal Zone of all denominations plan
to recognize the Boy Scouts in
their ( sermons and the Chaplains
at military posts'" will; pay tribute
to the scouting proershi as excel
lent medium for building boys into
young v of 'sound ' body ; and
clean mind.
Naflonat Scdiif officials 1 in the
United States estimate that almost
half the number of total Boy Scout
units are made possible byv the
sponsorship of churches and syna
soeues of all faiths. '
This support of the scouting pro-
cram by religious organizations is
noteworthy in its recognition of
scouting as a moral force sis well
as a program of physical outdoors
activities. -. r
Merit Badgee ":-'-
And Bataas
The Fort Amaddr Library Is fea
turing a handicraft display during
Boy Scout Week, Feb. through
ADD SCOUTS NEWS
12. Included in the display are ba-
teas with fish designs painted, on
them, by th. Fort Amador -Cub
in xen a, rati
aSo on Brsblav 1 r comtlkte
set of the 87 Boy Scout Merit
Badge Series which have Just been
completed for circulation.
' The books contain instructions
on the various activities leading to
merit badges which the scouts
may earn.

r Attend Cliurch hi Sunday;,! V
at the v'.
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
BALBOA HEIGHTS, C. Z.
9:30 a.m. BIBLE SCHOOL Classes for.'all! age
10:40 a.m-rMORNING WORSHIP
. Cpinmissianina; of Missionary ,

t Miss Lucille Hearna
Mcssage-t'TpE HEATHEN and GOOD'S HARVEST'
6:30 p.m. TRAINING UNION
7:30 p.m. "MID-CENTURY MARTYRS
5 Men Martyred by the Auca Indians
Message "THE HEATHEN AND GOD'S PLAN
FOR MY LIFE"
Everyone Welcome Nursery Provided

THE SAVINGS BANK
Institution Guaranteed by the Stat
Pays 2 Interest Annually on Savings Accounts
INITIAL DEPOSIT $5.00
, '.
. JV
W mak loans with guarantees on first mortjagM -or
other securities. x
'
25c. 50c $1.00 and $5.00
CHRISTMAS SAVINGS
deposits are occepted thru a;pferiod
. of 48 weeks -V.

Individual safety ceposit
- documents, In 4
OFFICE IN PANAMA
J Central Ave. at
esvrner af "f" Street
G. A. De R0UX,
MaJta ger

HOURS

From l:M 6 Jit.
SATTRDATS: frara I:

the award of the Order! de. Yia!,,
co Nunez de Balboa at special
coremontes on -Tuesdav,' .'ft
Making; the'Tjresentatlort 'laf
the Panamanian government
will be Mrs; Cecilia' de Remoru
Minister of LaTor.'PubUc" Health?
and Social Welfare. The present
tation will take place" at 5 D.m.
at the Presidential Suite of "flo-
tel El Panama."
'In making the announcements,
the government said that Mrs.
Lowrle- Is being honored for the
work she has dona in developlnf
the CARE program, in Panama.
Invitations to attend the cere
mony have been extended by th
government to Victor N. Juliao,
Minister of Education, and U.S.
Ambassador and Mrs. Julian1
Flske Harrington, as well as of.
ficials of the Ministry of Foreign,
Affairs and J. D. Bazan, chair-' "J
man of the Foreign Affairs Com-1-mlttee.
'" v
In addition other tatftAUonl
have been extended to tfersonaV
interested in the CARE program-,;J
here by the local CARE office.
Mrs. Lowrle; a long-time ltd-
dent of Panama, will leave orfw

Feb. 18 to assume her new duties1'
as CARE mission chief at Bogo Bogota,
ta, Bogota, Colombia.

Hew US Embassador
To Italy Discusses
Politics VVilhSegnl

RQME, Feb. 9 (UP)'- Premier
Antonio Segni, discu1sed world 'aPJJ
fairs today with jthe new Ameri-
can Ambassador to 'Italy, and, ;thfJ
Italian A mbissador. to the TJ.S, "e,
Ambassador James D. Zellen
bach, who handed his credentials
to president. Giovanni Gronchi .last
Wednesday, paid a. courtesy call
on Segni at the Viminale Palace.
The two men old acquaintances: R
since early postwar years, when

Segnl was Agriculture Minister
and Zellerbach wis head of the.'.
Marshall Plan Mission to Ital'
briefly reviewed th international
situation. -m-v
Earlier' in the morning, SegrJ-.

received a full briefing on U. Smn
Policies from Italian Ambassadofl
to WashlrfetOR 1 Manlio-. Brosio, i"

Rome: for consultations.' 'K I
. ''lAaniaair tt.jKf-.tufj-t-i-ivt;

Both ZeTTeroach .and trosld
ferred ; separately wjth foxpigii
Minister Gaetano Martjno eg'ter,-'
day. Italian Ambassador to France,..
Piero Quarohl, also. here, for ooit
sulfations, likewise saw th For
elgn Minister.
. '"' : n.5t
r 4,
.' -B.
-
In
boxes, for jewelry and"
different siles."-
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PANAMA AMERICAN AN
INDEPENDENT
DAILT NEWSPAPER
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Farewell Service; Sunday; School
Anniversary At Trinity Methodist

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A special service to bid farewell ophone and clarinet;' the four
to the hev. Samuel Walden will beUuiea; Ana ha HiMiaiun, ma-

oela in tiie 'larinity Meuaouutj soprano anu u irmay-. ouuub;
, Church on Monday at 7:30 p.m. v Ltuool choir, une of tn numoers

i f!hairmiin for the occasion will oa tws proaran..wai be tae ,'tial

be the Rev. Peter Swinglehurst. cony beene' .. iioin Shakespeare's

Several other ministers wul be! "Komeo & J ulieU

present to take part tn the devo

DOWNTOWN RENO ROCKED BT GAS EXPLOSIONS Firemen fight a losing battle
the Elks Lodge which caught fire after three violent underground gas explosions
downtown Reno, Nev. At least one person was killed and 35 others were Injured,
large, buildings were demolished.

to save
rocked
Three

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Uons, and speaK on Denau oi me

local churches, the union cnurnes
of the Canal Zone, and the commu community.
nity. community. Army and Navy Chaplains of
the Atlantic side will also De jres-.
ent.

The- Methodist churches will be

rcDrenenled by the circuit Mew

ards and the Trinity and Ebenezer

l choirs will render anthems.

Rev. Walden came to the Isth
mus on March 21, 1954 as the sec

ond minister in the Panama-Colon
circuit of the Methodist Churches
(British Conference). Since the de-

narture of the Rev. William Arm

strong last year he was raised to

the position of superintendent ana
deputy-chairman of the Central A A-merica
merica A-merica sub district. Recently re returned
turned returned from the 1957 Synod held

In Costa Rica, he expects to leave
these shores on the 19th to rejoin
his family in his native England,
where, he will enjoy a year's fur furlough
lough furlough befdre reassignment.

The community Js Invited to at

tend this farewell tribute.

Sunday School Anniversary

The Trinity Methodist Sunday

School begins its 1957 anniverssry
season Wednesday night with a
garden concert on the church lawn,

featuring the coronation of Queen
Sylvia I, winner of the recent
school's contest. This will be fol followed
lowed followed with a classical program
starring Miss Jean Mayers, sopra soprano;
no; soprano; Granville Barrows, baritone;
Emmanuel Dowden and Larry
Dick, instrumentalists on the sax-

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A special attraction for the night
will De a "fashion parade" in

which scholars will model play

(-time and sports wear, school and

college1- wear and party t dresses.
The younger female teachers will
model semi-formal attire.

Admission for this event will be
by tickets on sale by members of
the school at 50 cents.
i
The anniversary continues on
Sunday, Feb. 17, with services at
9:30 a.m. and 7:15 p.m. and a pro program
gram program service at 3 o'clock in the
afternoon. Rev. Samuel Walden
will be preacher at all the servic services
es services for the day when he .wiH. deli deliver
ver deliver his farewell messages, r
The closing meeting will be held i

on Mondav night when the annual

report will be read and prizes

certificates, medals and the annual

silver cup will be presented to de
serving scholars.

Everyone is given a heartv invi

tation and welcome to attend these

programs and services.

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CONFER WITH PRESIDENT Top officials of the National Guard Association leave Mh
White House after a conference with President Eisenhower. They said the Chief Executive
assured them he will not permit the Guard to be "destroyed or reduced materially la
strength.'. Left to right are: Major Generals Milton Reckford, Adjutant General ot Mary Maryland:
land: Maryland: Edward Slrois, former commander of the 26th' Infantry Division; Earle Jones,; Adjut

ant; uenera or- uamornia; ana onato rock, commanding general-designate, ; New York

CHURCH GUTTED BY FIRE Firemen pour sstreams of water into the blazing Kingston
Methodist Church, Kingston, Pa., after a tire broke out from an undetermined cause. The
church was recently removed at a cost of $150,000. Damage was estimated at about half a
million dollars. '

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JAN. 31

WAITING FOR WORD Families and tfrelnds wait anxiously outside the Bishop Mine: Bishop.
Va., for word of who survived the, gas explosl on that took 37 miners' lives. It was the worst
mine disaster In 'six years. 4

Emily

To Reds-

AT SEA ABOARD THE NAUTILUS Capt. Eugene Wilkinson (left), commanding officer oi
the atomic submarine Nautilus, explains the operation of the pelorus to Gen. Nathan Twin Twining,
ing, Twining, U.8. Air Force Chief of Staff. Members of the Joint Chiefs of Staff were guests aboard
the vessel during a two-day cruise, from Jan. 24 to Jan. 25.

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HOLLYWAflM f

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Moms ry iiioo

by Enkin Johntoii

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fiaM :o?rr"sMtions, "decrees, deel 1

has overwhelmed, Soviet citizens

sinca the historic .'Communist Par

ty congress last ebruary, one

very interesting edict has, com

pletely escaped the-, attention of

western observers.

I .was printed in a recent issue.

of a fairly pDscure magazine pub.
Hshed by the Influential Academy

of Pcdagogoical Sciences. Serious
students of. the. Soviet system can cannot
not cannot fail to note significance in

these feW lines: ;
"The left glove is to be removed
first, then, the right; whentr "put

ting on gloves, start with the
left." v :
This edict -appears in an author authoritative
itative authoritative article entitled A'How to
Conduct Yourself in Society," in
the .monthly magazine, ? Family

ana scnoou ;ne author, wno may
well be the Kremlin's answer to
Emily Post, is one G. Puiis, de described
scribed described as a candidate of philolo philological
gical philological sciences. That means he has
an M.A.

Comrade .Puzis has taken on

tne job.of telling Russians-what

their manners should be. Most
westerners, and even some Ru-

Post' Lays Down The Law
Most Sniff At Etiauette

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HOLLYWOOD (NEA) -There's
no business like show busi busi-np
np busi-np for ahow-business comedy and

ainsinff teams until tbey decide

they have no business together.
When partners fall out, solo
stardom becomes elusive.
But today there's a solo flight
amazing show business.
A fallow named Jerry Lewit is
at Mm controls. Daily Varwtv

roportod his latest earoor apoJ

ia broaklrrg a shew-businost bar
rior. From Chicago th trado pa
per roportk:
"Jerry Lewis racked up an all

time attendance record at t'
Chez Paree night club for his twu
week stand as a single, proving a
bigger draw in spot on his own,
than as a member of the Martini

and Lewis team. Lewis drew ab

remain in the big time after split

ting as a team.
WORKING.;. HABITS,., tempera
ment and personality clashes part

ed Dean and Jerry as they once
parted Stan 'Laurel a n d Oliver

Hardy, another famous comedy
team. Hardy's dream of becoming
a solo character star flopped after
two films and they quirkly reu reunited."
nited." reunited."
Tho singing Andrews Sitters are
together, again after a two-year
tptit-np that blacked eat. their
fame and part their fortune.
Patti Andrews mad a night nightclub
club nightclub tour as a solo entertainer
while Maxine and La Verne "retired."

But Patti failed to equal the s..c

slaris,' who' fiaVe' iravetV "in Mosi
cow's 'subway during- the, rush
hour agree that this is a noble
but (Herculean- task. .; n s
To show what should and should
not be done, be describes the
proper rules for dress .and con

duct at a party "in a; small apart

ment. ixuests, as well as the
hostess, should dress accordingto
the season of the year, Puzis ad advises.
vises. advises. -..
"In order not to be a laughing
stock," he wrote, ."these rules
must be followed : dress, mit

Wouse, shirt, jacket, tie, must, be

in tone, n isn't correct to wear
clothes of different colors;" we looi
like parrots'

Many -American' women man in the street "thinks" about
wouidnt care f9r this dfctum: i the glove edict.: Does he approver
The hostess, should dress a Does he follow instructions or
modestly as possible-...". it.wouHidoes he defy Comrada'J'uzfs by
be lmprooer for her to wAir hm not wporino oinuoa t n

Tt: At' The -end of -.the'- nartr a

young man may escort a young
lady home, but he should first of.
fer to accompany "older, people,
invalids; teachers r 'jfr they'are
present'" r v.A-rr. ;.,
3. While descending. -staircase,
the map goes, ahead and;the lady
follows. If they, come -toa -puddle
in the street, the maa; crosses
first then. offers the -iady-ja: help helping
ing helping hand, across; ,.i,.fc.,-V
4. On entering an ; apartment,
you: don't greet the-hbst until you
take off your hat, coat galoshes
and, of course, :the r gloves left
one first! --f;

We decided to find1 out' what the

solute capacity audiences for each! fm"y h,e into agaiT

performance for two shows nightly! o pyt4!m. ,.y
and three 0 n weekends. Last ,,,-, -.'.. vv.

night's closing performances were ."" "ZlL ,v
S.R.O. despitl a bUzzwd." !" w yt 9

Bible Scholar 1
To Give lectures
Here And In Colon
The' local branch of the 't,an.

men's Home Missionary Movement
is sponsoring the visit here of Prof.

Raymond G. Jolly, noted Bible

scholar,- lecturer and editor of The
Bible &tanard. an interdenomina

tional, non-sectarian monthly reli

gious magazine, devoted to -. ea
couraglng personal and class Bi Bible
ble Bible study. f
He will speak on "Earth's Com-

cess of the sister team and agents. 81 s Reign of Peace" on Monday

most ementivt or m-pttiesfr

dress." j
But many .Russian women apJ
parently follow this advice on all

occasions.
Schooleirls including

aents (16-17) should not use ner.

lume, nor snouia oiaer snns ns

makeup or powder, i another in-j

sanction.". ,, , .
'Youth itself is sufficient; it "has
freshness and clear, natural col

or, ne wrote. "Anr makeun ia

superflujus and those young peo

ple wno use it do not make a fa

vorable impression,'
i Other rules of conduct:.

1 1. 'A man always helps a lady

remove her coat and he opens

ine .aoor lor ner

Feb, 11. at 1 o'clock in the French

liSociety Hall, Panama City and at

tne uunoar benool, (Moo on Tues Tuesday
day Tuesday evening at 7. At S nVlorlc An

'thtt earn TiiAijI,. h. nll K

during filming of "Africa! he,rd wer 0,6 r,u b Co Co-:
: Co-: They were mad thfr P'0 PfP"m- Tf i?- "l

only

". there Any Hope for The Unsaved

umu. iom wnurci wui o u-

yoke

Speaks

spoke' td one anothei

front -of the camera. Acents triedlf'f"-. w-wti wm w u-

them as solo performers. No wiutraiM n7 naiurai coiot sums,
was interested and, dipite strain- T,, ',. 3 : t ...
ed relations, they conVed .. .fJSS

BEFORE. HIS Chicago appear
ance, Jerry played to the same
S R O. signs at the Sands Hotel
in Las Vegas.
"It won't work out," show husi-

rc3 SlrJ Wt I V Ha. ri ilia M

Martin and comedian Jerry Lewis " iditioa to The:Bib)e SUndard mag mag-dlsagreed
dlsagreed mag-dlsagreed after 10 year, as the. "1. 8lwi azine. He has also written articles
nation's No. 1 comedy te.m LJlTl T! m.. ',or numerros religiou. publica publica-"Dean
"Dean publica-"Dean needs Jerry v d Jwnr J." 'J, eBrtt'- M?l!tkM. HU im I. to make the Bi-,
i. rv -a. i.... i Donald zoomed to stardom in tifku i..n. kv ...

from Hollywood .nd Vine t .. VfLl message which can b a real

Times Hiuare. They're typed a

a team. The public. wool pay o
see them apart."

We found a pair of brown gloves
worn by a young, Jman standing
in front of a. bulletin .board. He
was reading Travdav7''
"Would you please teH ns which
glove-you put. on:l first," : the; left
or the right?" we asked.' ,,v-
The man. reflected ; for a mo moment,
ment, moment, shrugged his ahcmlders."

"I've never noticed,:; ..here.
plied, "but what difference! does
It make?"- 7, . ::
; "A great difference," .'weteld
him and' showed Tinn" the taxticle.
'Showing brazen- disdain-j for

t Comrade Puzis' dictate 'he"burst

out laughing. -1 ..,-? vK-'eC
j "That guy's. a fool-areal
fool." he. said .and walked a war

chuckling to himself.- ,V. V, rt

successful iumusicais. But wnen v.i- ,OTrrf. i,f.

the peblie tired of them as a team'
and MGM gave them their ow He' ba traveled extenshrely' for
starring films the magie was cone.Ur o veart. aften UMnrinv h.

"Wroag,'' argued Jerry and sV Imog,ene Coca bowed out a i fore large audiences. He m a d e
looks tike bes right. Another teit.Sid Caesars .TV partner a. dit many friends here daring bis last
of their brokeo partnership re Ueaa Hagen at Danny Thomas' visit in 19S1.
mains to' be hurdled, though. Botl r-nie-ecreen wife. Both actresses.
Dean and Jerry have oW starrint f they're happier playing a a-- The Laymen's Home Missionary
movies beaded for the screen tbis.riety of roles, bat they've lost Movement, of which he is the ex ex-Mtrin
Mtrin ex-Mtrin 'points on popularity sneter. !eutive trustee and director, is a

Jerry', to "The Delicate Delin-I No wonder Jerry Lewis las-world-wide religious movement. Iti
quent," and Dean's ta."10.000 Bedbecorae Mr. Amaziiig. (has over 300 branches and is wide-j

rooms I ne rew anew mistncn iy. rrprrsnirui in uio
I f box Vffice bells ring for thetri trerf'foa barrier tbat. bat. f Wates and manv other countries,
movies Dean aad Jerry will be' many, star. taO-tpiiwunf, late Admission will be free and there
the Xirat show-buainess partners U'ebtniwi. JwUl be ne collections.

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AXTI-RED DEMONSTRATION A Communist sympathizer,
(left) pulls a placard from the hands of an anti-Red demon demonstrator
strator demonstrator during a clash outside the government house in Bue Buenos
nos Buenos Aires. Argentina, Fighting erupted after the new Soviet en envoy.
voy. envoy. Mihail Kostylev. left the building after, presenting his
credentials to President Aramburu. The anti-Communists had
gathered to protest Soviet repression' of the Hungarian rebrl rebrl-lion.
lion. rebrl-lion. , .. ... v.
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SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 9, 1957

PANAMA AMERICA AH INDKlPENDENT DAILT NEWSPAPER
page rm

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LT. GEk. MONTAGUE WILL BE MAIN SPEAKER -AT
AMERICAN LEGION BIRTHDAY. BALL
". Lt.f Gen. Robert M. Montague, USA, .ha accepted an
'.invitation t be the main speaker at the American Legion t
JUrthday Ball honoring the, U.S. Armed Forces March 16.
It to expected that both Gen. and Mrs. Montague: will
be able to attend the balL The general is Commander, In

Chief ef the Caribbean, Commana ;

IS' mienaca vv ws mo tuum m
arch 16. The dance will be held at

from S:00 p.m. to a:uo a.m.

til

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not only

e- Armed

the 38th

".I, The military

Armed Forces Day

the El Panama

tneLVgtoB!yn

honor memDers
X.a Vint WilT Bl

Anniversary of toe founding of the
American jLegion., Jt x sponsored
by thft 'organttatipn's. Canal,- Zone
Deniftent;;:
The First ,poirim:an4attt of t the

National Guara. t toi. Jjouver

' Vullarinn .K and Sefiora Vallari-

no have also accepted an Invitation

"to. attend; ines nauvuranei an
nouneed. v

Numerous military events are
planned for the floor show, A Mag Mag-navox
navox Mag-navox supersonic television set and
high fidelity set in blond oak will
be given away "' aa first prize at
the dance. It is valued at $800. Two

ouier major jjrite, ui ;uu m
tatoe4, O'ConneU said. . : 4 V
Clarence Martin, and his orches

tra will furnish the music, for danc

ing. ; ; ( I V
MiJitarv nrsanizations are Barti-

cularly invited to organise special
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taoies; or uc cveut, uetumicv u
identify .their' unit They may call

Curundu 228S for. special table re

servations and arrangements. Ad Admission
mission Admission to the ball is L00 per per-
' The Canal Zone Depa 1 1 m a n t
plans to have an annual Birthday

Bau in honor ox tn u.s. Armea

Forces.;-;. ?
P ranch Amkauader 'Clvas.

Dinner Party far University Proxy
The French Ambassador and

Mrs. Lionel Vasse gave av dinner

party at the Embassy residence
last night ia honor of the President
of" Panama University Dr. Jaime

de ja Gnama and Mrs. ae ia Guar Guar-dig,
dig, Guar-dig, ..; v -- .;
syi10ffieers'' -'''
Attend Cocktail -1

Capt. Bay d Needhara USN
Commatder of the aircraft carrier
UJ.Si Wasp- (CVS-M) and Cmdr.
Frank Gooding, Operations Officer

of the carrier attended the cock cocktail
tail cocktail Tarty riven, by Cant. Frank R.

Mora USN and Mrs. More at their
home fat Quarry Heights Thursday
night. 1 . .
Guest ef honor was Capt. More'a
sister Mis .Ruth More, who is
spending five weeks here. She will

leavf for hf home in Peldn, Bl,

ne snvniv.
' fe Per Mrs. Llghi. r ".
By Ktbbei SdMettMctwra
fchooltaaclera of Hobbe school

eave a silver dollar shower at Ft,

Kobbe Officers Club last night In
honbr of Mrs. GladysLight, the

former Miss- Eikms, wno is- super
visor for Canal Zona Elementary

scnoou. -. -- ', v
. A small tree painted white with

silver dollars hung on -n with red
ribbons mad an attractive gift

for the honoree.-

Mrs. Robert Rettie acted as host

ess for the occasion, v y v
Former Kayleen Vinto Is 6ut
Speaker On TV In Wisconsin

Mrs. P. Kristin Koepcke of' Mo Mohawk
hawk Mohawk Drive was guest speaker last;

Tuesday on the WKOW Television
Station at Madison, Wis. The Jialf
hour programs featuring better iiv
ing for housewives are arranaed bt

Lynn fioneck, former Powers mod

ei ana wua of Wisconsin's attorney,
general. -f-i p -. -a v., v.,-Ia
Ia v.,-Ia a. pre-arranged questionant

answer program! fe at a r the; the

travel uteme, Mrs; Aoepcke gave
her audience information" concern

togs Panama and the Canar Zone.

Topics included hotels, Panama

cusotras ana carnival season, o-

peration of the' Canal, the Canal

.tone, aunng tne war and others,
Included ia her exhibition of ar

ticles available for tourists "were

linens, tapestries', cloisene alligator
products, Guatemalan dresser, and

Dags, perfumes and Jewelry, v ;

sua., jStoepcae, in ner roie as a
young housewife, made a most at

tractive appearance on WKOW.

She was becomingly dressed In ah

ju ou suiv wim Drown acces accessories,
sories, accessories, and, wore jewelry of Mexi Mexican
can Mexican abalone.
Mrs. Koencke. the former ITa.

leen; Vinton,-is a graduate of the

university of Wisconsin and is the
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth

W. Vinton of San Juan Place, An An-con.
con. An-con. Her sisiter, Janeth Vicky is
now enrolled as a freshman: at the

umversiiy oi Wisconsin,

piece On a lace tablecloth, donated
to the Guild by Mrs. L. F. Wilson,
wife of the USARCARIB Surgeon.
Pastel floral arrangements' with
miniature storks decorated ,' the

: Chaplain Francis R, Lewis, Post
Protestant Chaplain, showed color

ed slides ef the. cnapiain s worn

taken;? during .the Korean war

Hostesses, for the affair .were Mrs

Charles Almeda, Mrs.. Boyd .Mc-

Clung, and Mr. B.-iA.' messner.
Cmdr. and" Mrs..Lantlela Have-;
Hewseauests "rem' Hiairtle, Ceaa.

Mr. and Mrs. utt.iStiicki from

Niantie Conn, are visiting Cmdr.

and Mrs., Robert I. LangloU Of

QuarryHeighta.'K: :tv, i ;
They will spend 1 weeks aa the

Langlols'; hOu eguesis..

On Wednesday the Ft Oayton
A r ...1 i1..U 1 1 J VS

Uliicers wtves viuv ncia m av
monthly luncheon at the Ft, Clay-

tan Offioers QuW'

Hostesses for the luncheon. Mrs.

Thomas E. Crawford, Mra. wu

liam N. Bradberrv. and Mrs; Ken

neth C. Collins, carried out a Valv

entine theme in then decorations,

using individual vale n 1 1 n e s as

nlace cards. i

New members were Mrs. 'Gau-

dius Beall, Mrs. E. J. Mecadon,

and Mrs. J. A. Fretr. Guests at the

luncheon included Mrs, James G.

Kline, new President of the Canal

zone Gin scout couneu. Mrs. wes

ley H. Townsend, retiring presl
dent of -the Council,' and Mrs. A
nerrt.''v-:---KV-' u

Mrs j Claude Cooper, Vice-President
of the dub, presided in the
absence ef ; Mrs. 'David Ramsey.
The. Club was privileged to have

as guest speaaer miss Elizabeth
McHugh- Regional Director of Girl

SCOUtS, USA.-'. -y.

, A door prize was won by Mrs.

Arinur ju Munson..
Rebeeea Club Will HeW
DessertBrichje
The Rebecti CluV will hold a
dessert bridge at Wirt Memorial
Monday at 12:30, -Mrs.
Co Joustra will be hostess.
The public is invited.
All proceeds: will go to charity.

Stork- Shower Per Mrs. XteU'

The monthly meetine of the Ft

Clayton Protestant Ladies' Guild

met Tuesday at 9 a.m. in the Reli

gious Annex huuding. r

A surwisd 'stork.,, showef was
given Mrs. Vernon Stokaa. rti

ing President of the Ladies' Guild,
during the! social haui

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table- decorations. Red hikixm i

a heart shape formed the eenler-

it announce the engagement of tneir daughter
; Violet Patricia

; f te
' : Talbert Weeks,
r T ; aoa of Mr. ft Mrs. Edward D. Weeks
Btb yotmrsters are wen knowa tu aocial and re
ligions eirehea. Talbert la a graduato of the In-'
V.elsartrial CoUege Panama, das ef '51, Patricia tea
graduate of La Boca OccnpatSonal High School,
,( Class; of the weddlnr will Uko place ia April
this year.

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Valeatiae Dane At

Amaefcr servic Club Wednesday
The 79th Army Band will Way
for a .Valentine-'dan-w -.ismt

fdr rp.. Wednesday t the JTort

Ainaaor eervwo x;iud;
: Entertainment during. th 1 Ta-

W memoes me calypso 'grmm
Smoke Pete's Fn t.ni p

i AH enMsted mea ahd their' dei

w"" ere invite f ..

Phil2de!phi3 Eldsr
To Conlinus Serbs
Of Revival Services
Continuing his series of evangel evangelical
ical evangelical services, which started at the
Christian' Mission of Panama Gos

pel Tabernacle in La Boca last
Wednesday night, Elder Ernest L.
Wilson, of Philadelphia, is sched

uled for churches the coming week
asTbllowa:
SundayTFeb. 10. 11 a.m. Pente

costal Church, Chorillo, and 7:30

jp.m., Christian Mission, La Boca;

Monday night, 7:30, Christian Mis Mission,
sion, Mission, Panama; Tuesday night,
7:30, Sanctified Church i. Wednes Wednesday
day Wednesday night, 7:30, Christian Mission,
35th Street, Chorrillo ; Thursday
night, 7.30, Nazarene Church, Rio
Abajo; Friday nighC 7:30, Rethal
Mission, Panama;, Saturday night,

7:30, Christ for Youth Rally. i
The revival meetings held by El-J
der Wilson in La Boca and one'
last nisht at the Gosnel Truth Mis

sion in Riq Abajo were largely at attended.
tended. attended. ..

He arrived last Saturday morn morning
ing morning from a ureachine tour in the

island of: Barbados and was wel

comed en Monday night at a spe special
cial special meeting in the La Boca Chris-

tian Mission. A comnlimentarv lat

ter -worn a group .of ministers in
the ialand and one rhymed by Eric
Sealey, former prisoner who was
converted, were read at the meet-

lng. :. !,!:

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2rian Sccfeiy

Vill Have Family

as Lj-Wf a I...

;rz:n Feb

ta-

HAMLTON, Bermudg,' Feb.. 9

WJ AJhu ItDT. K vsl 0-a4

.Tl. L. ,T-' mm aw M KJ V

rSLi""11 ana Got. sir
John WoodaJlof RarmndA -.hi-

vu rvceuuv.in eamnimimt H

hlilMl..i ..- i T . T

cniu ( wuenv unit a

bvui lanoa mi yeara agev ;

Btephena nresente-l BIk John

a placmo eoramemoratin h

departure on May. mo. of the

60-ioot pinnae Deliverance

iron. Bennuoa to Virginia, In
return, Sir John gave) Gov. Ste Stephens
phens Stephens a model of too Deliver Deliverance;
ance; Deliverance; built by Benaudiaa p, m.
Wright..

i Steohena and a amum f w..1

niua ojg-ruiariea. came ner a a-board
board a-board th cruise ablo Ryndam
for the ceremonies,

; n-eseniauon or tne plaque
took plae- at historic fob rath.

erlne. Th ahln model waa pre presented
sented presented at buildings bay, where

me ieirrerance' was' built. The

piaqu earned to, following in
acrlptlon; ;,

m Xtr this spot "tha 8ea vmt

rare," naganip el th third Vir Virginia
ginia Virginia awpply, under command f
Cant Christopher Nrwvora. waa

wrecked n July 2a, 109, bear-4

mg bit ronn eomera, sir Thom

as oaie) ana otner aettlere- an

route to trie Colony established

at Jamestown en Mar 13. 1607,

"Her, en this re-diseavared

Island, they butt! two shins ef

eeoar. we Deuverane and ; the
Patianee. which tonv them in

Kay 1810 to Jamestown.

"They arrived In time to suc

cor the settlement, from which
trrew th overseas expansion ef
th amcliah-apeakinir people

the commonwealth of Virginia,

the unit states ex America

and th British commonwealth

ef Nations and Realm over

seas.'

The Unitarian Socletv will re

place itg regular aervice tomor
row with a trtr to the Interior.
The occasion will be a family
picnic at the newly completed
hacienda of Mr. and Mrs. cal calmer
mer calmer A. Batalden at Las caseres,
just beyond Arralian. A cordial

invitation Is Issued to all mem members
bers members and their friends and chil

dren;';

whether biannintf to use the

Ferry, or the Miraflores bridge,

families should leave home by
m-tft. sutidav mornitifir. In order

to allow plenty of Urn for the

day'a activities, persons aesir-

Ing maps or transponaraon

should call Baiooa aoaz or um

bo 1580.

San Lorenzo s

History To Be
Traced In Lecture

The- nerlodi of construction, de

tMiAfinn rcnri struct ion. end

hanrinnmofit of Fort San Lorenzo

will be traced by means of an il il-hurtrated'
hurtrated' il-hurtrated' talk lodaytughtat

e'eloek, at "m tianwe vamera

who ka done extensive researcn
ea earlv Snanish fortifications in

the Americas, will make the com

mentarv. assisted by the color

cameras of Miss Elisabeth Marsh
and William Morgan Kosan.
Some of the artifacts uncovered

durina excavations, suea as bayo

nets, trieaer mechanisms, bar

shot, all sites and types of cannon

balls and. grenades, atone cutters

tools, etc. wiu be en display.
Refreshments ; will be available

and guests are welcome.

- '6sr

m

, TEA PARTY AT EL PANAMA Miss Bertha McComb and Miss Florence Williams were guesta of honor at a tea party given
recently for a half dozen present and former news correspondents and reporters by Dr. Harmodlo Arias Jr. From left to
right are; Miss Ruth Rlckarby, Mrs. Eunice Richards, Miss Williams, Miss McComb, Miss Olive Brooks and Mrs. Dorothy
Melendez. Mrs. Hindi Diamond acted as hostess. (Photo by Jean Bailey)

SNf' MAKE fRlEMDS

something new has been 'added!
h y -at -our to-popular ...
It's the CAROL GREAVES TRIO!
' now pitying from mldnrta to 4:30 gon. ..C y

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vary FRIDAY and SATURDAY
4 in the aliveonditioned 'BalboB Barf

' Join the late crowd for Chib 4:30 fun ; ; V
and receive a rightcap on-tha-heuao at 4:29 ajru
CAROL also plays the piaaV ; ;
II pj. te J aja. Sun, TaefwrToe. Them t

Cake-Decorating

Cla$s Graduation
Tbmdrrow At 4 PM

Craduatioa' exercises for tb e

lfsa-87 class ef the eake decorat

ing school eendueted by Mrs, Una

Raveneaa Birmingham will be held

tomorrow at p.m. in the Sojour

ners nau ;

The public: if invited to the exer-

elses. which include a displsy of

th workmanship of the graduat

ing students and a snort program.

thndtd tvitti Gmlai
eiltltouxdvcithJp

it Js important to remember to

say "Thank you" to the man
who delivers a package to your

aoor; tne boy who carries your

groceries to tne ca ror tne ner

son who serves you In any way.

Sure, he is being paid to do his
lob but a smiling "Thank you"

irom you manes tn job more

pleasant.

Why be careless of such small
courtesies when they do so much

to ease daily living?
Club Allamira
Names Committees
Four committees and two trus

tees were named at the regular
meeting of the Club Alt amir a
Wednesday. The committees and

trustees, under the new adminis

tration, -headed by yictoT .'M. Ca-

rew, win serve a term ot si

months. January through June

1937,

Bdow are listed the names of

the committees and their respec respective
tive respective members;

Educational and publicity: Ed

mund F. Joseph, chairman; Vin

cent Smiklei Elsie Eastmong: Hec

tor Parchment.

Bye-lawa and Censorships Vincent

Smikle, chairman: Roland Carter;

Victor Carew; Leroy Edghill; Ed

mund ; F. Josenh.

Trustees: John Eastmond, Aartu-

ro Paul.

Ways and Means: Roland Car

ter, chairman: Arturo Paul: John

N. Thomas; Vincel Steel; Joseph
Rochester; Leroy Edghill; Elsie

Eastmond; Rudolph Samuels.

Scholarship: Arturo Paul, chair

man; Edmund F. Joseph; John

N. Thomas; Clotilda Wason; Cleve Cleveland
land Cleveland Warner.

A special committee of seven

will journey to Qiame .tomorrow
to see the mayor and to make oth

er business contacts for aa outing

manned for Sunday. March 24

Car Of Jugoslav's
UN Envoy Smashes
Into Jlore; 1 Dead

: NEW YORK, Feb. 9 (UP) A
limousine driven by YJJ.yAmbas-

sador Joza Brilej of Yugoslavia

collided with a car last night and

then smashed into two store fronts,
killing a woman shopper and injur injuring
ing injuring another woman.1
uniej, 53, who is a delegate to
the United .Nations, suffered a cut
and a slight concussion.
Eyewitnesses said the black li

mousine leaped the curb, struck

a light pole and landed in the door

of an A & P Supermarket and a

Deauty salon. at tue southwest cor

ner of 66th Street and First Ave

nue.

Mrs. Ruth L. Bartunek, 45, of
New York was pinned in the Su

permarket's doorway and Juliette

Kovac, 58, owner of the salon re received
ceived received body bruises from debris
scattered by the plunge. Mrs. Bar Bar-tunek's
tunek's Bar-tunek's 11-year-old daughter, whom
she was leading by the hand, es escaped
caped escaped injury.
Brilej 's car was reported to have

collided with a .car driven by Saul
Nevins, 40, of Great Neck, New
York, who is a lawyer.-

According to the report,. Brilej

was Westbound on 66th Street and

ievin$ was traveling north on

First .Avenue'. Nevins said the

light was. in hii 'favor a$ he pass

ed tne jnjersecjjon, ;n lawyer was

Hldh School Group

OnrStaqe Tonight

Mr DaiDoa i nearer
The Balboa ftleh School Band
under the rhrectfcn of the pop popular
ular popular Victor Herr will nrPRPnf. a

Latin American" Review tonight

hi. me uaiooa neater one per performance
formance performance only' at 3 p.m, several
melodious Latin tupes win be
played and the sfcpw will feature
the Balboa High, School Band,
Luchita Biirlllo with Spanish
dances and Jo clalr with songs
and a guitar. Percussionists will
be Mundo Valentin, Chipl Az Az-carraga
carraga Az-carraga and Ed Ameglio.
The motion picture presenta presentation
tion presentation which will be in addition
to the stage presentation is "Tha

Lone Ranger" which is a great
blgr grown up version of the ever j
popular hero. There will be no1
increase In admission price.

....-.....,. .... ....

Th wiMklknit aathlnr adit takes an new dram, fur TSCT riimi.

lines Oelt) are accented by satin stripes. Tarqoois aait haa eaffl
neckline (right) torqiioise-and-white stripes that forms, deep
i Viln the back-By GAILE PTJGAS.MEA V omea Edttng, 1

PACIFIC LODGE No. 5
INVITES
all M.M., Sister Lodges in Panama and
the Canal Zone to its installation of Offi Officers
cers Officers on Feb. 11 at 8:00 p.m. to be beld
at the Masonic Temple 13th St. West
9-34,

f 1 fl

Why nofwenhfp this Sunday II
in the rtvarani otmoapiiere I
of churdi with o profrvm 11 1
for your spiritual nodi? II
You will b glad you did.
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. Come to a Church where
the Bible is taught.
MORNING WORSHIP 11:M
. Sermon: "Complete
' Surrender." The fourth
In a aeries ea the
life of Jacob.
YOUTH FELLOWSHIP 1:10
NEW MEMBERS CLASS :M
EVENING GOSPEL HOUR
Sermon: "The Two Com,
paniea.' Revelation 7.

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j reb. 14 Mar. f
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Unclans, California Fight
'Strongest' PanamaTeqm
Both Hauling 7-0
Martinez Hits Canvas, But Comes, Back for TKO;
Garden Crowd Sees Issi Oustlug Foe in Easy 10
Puerto Rico Vs. Venezuela
In First Contest at 6 P.M.
For

Playi Cuba tonight:

Records

Pacific Coast

Crown

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HAVANA. Feb. 9 (UP)

fan were expected to be

George Trautman

of Minor Leagues

- Nearly 15,000 baseball

on hand this evening to see

president of the National Association

throw out the first ball which will get

the Ninth Caribbean Series underway at navana s uerro
Stadium with Puerto Rico (Mayaguez) meeting Venezuela
(Caracas) in the opener.
Panama (Cerveza Balboa) plays Cuba (Marianao) in
the nightcap.

Fastlich
League

Members of the visiting Pan
ama delegation said yester yesterday
day yesterday that Panama will be rep represented
resented represented by "the strongest
team she has yet sent to a Ca Ca-!
! Ca-! r bbean Series, and could pull
the same surprise as in. 1950
when she won her only title.
. Tho rfpipirate.-j declared that

BalDoas renuuiw iuic.

who was accompanied by Ernes Ernesto
to Ernesto de la Guardia III, son of Pa Panama's
nama's Panama's president.
The group was received on
their arrival by Cuban civilian
and military authorities, and
officials of the Cuban league.
Vallarino declared' that his visit
was of a "sports, not official na-

Teama-

Palomas

Oceiots

Conejos
f ericas.

Pumas.

STANDINGS

Won Lost

CRISTOBAL GRABS 2D PLACE
IN ATLANTIC TWILITE LOOP

4
4
3
2
2

Macaws 2

1
2
3
3
4
4

STANDINGS
Atlantic Twilight Baseball
Won Lost Pet.

. .... n ri i iiiui

n.j i nnweiis ....... i u .uw

667 USS Jasper 2 5
nn CHS Alumni 1 8

,571

286
142

.400
.333
.3i3

Cerveza BaiDC-as 1 snorts writers believe

?n Cly rparrrs.7irst baseman that the powerful 1 Marianao team
man ra" vptain the titlo which the

Tony Bar urome aim uw St,

S3 n conirib- 6ienfuegoS club won last year

ute to an upset victory for pan-1 in Panama, wnere me mh
KeTnddSogCritiCS "jK consider Caracas and
her the unaeraog. I Mayaguez to be Cuba's main ri-
-Thp Panamanians regretted; vals with Panama given a long
it. nhspnop of nitcher Humber- shot chance.
n. whWeySSd,-'hasl Last tVv. Ben
alwavs civen Cuba trouble in chea, president of the Cuban
erirnlav League, gave a reception at his
,e2tS PL, fcoii-vp that (residence in honor of visiting

.F "V J-,

In one of the biggest single
inning splurge o runs seen to
data, on only 4 hits the Oce Ocelots
lots Ocelots sent nineteen men to the
plate yesterday at the Fastlich
Park to score a record fifteen
runs, five of which can be ac ac-counted
counted ac-counted for by a grand slam
home run by Reynolds, Ocelot
center fielder. Ammirati, start'
ing pitcher, went all the way,
getting credit for the win and
was behind in only one in in-ningSi
ningSi in-ningSi the first.
The Pericos used the combin

ed efforts:- of Martin, Conklin,

Thursday's Results
C.H.S. 10, CHS-Alumni 8
Sunday's Game (2:30 p.m.
Powells vs USS Jasper
By TREVOR SIMONS
With the lirst half champion-ship-already
tucked away by
Powells, CH.S. took a firmer i?rip
on the runner-up spot by hold holding
ing holding on long enough to win 10-8
over CHS-Alumni in a free hit hitting
ting hitting contest.
Cristobal High, taking advan advantage
tage advantage of the wildhess of the A A-lumni's
lumni's A-lumni's starting hurler, Manuel
Perez, converted three walks
and a pair of singles by Croft
and Gibson Into three-run lead

which they never emiqu.

Brown and- TV Bright; but lack. rlht from the first inning. Bill
of control was the big factor. 'nih.nn wpnt the route for the

delegates and newspapermen.

Panama will use either
righthander Ronnie Sheetz,
(4-4) or lefty George Brunet,
(5-4) aga'nst Cuba tonight.
The lidlifter will begin at 6
p.m. (Panama time).
A doubleheader will be played

goective teams. It was reported every aay 'hVv. m"f each
that" over 100 fans came over .all teams shall have met eacn
front Panami and "hundreds 1 other twice. .
from erto Rico. Puerto Rico f has ; won the
The Panama delegation is championshin four times Cuba
fteaded by col. Bolivar VaUarino.l thrice Panama -AX?e-chief
of the National Quard, zuela is seeking her first title.

Caracas could be a dark horse
winner to give Venezuela her
first series champions h i p.
Venezuela is the only partici participant
pant participant which has never won the
tittle.

All the teams were in Havana1

by-yesterday. Hundreds o. tans
ironveach member country have
Ilsn arrived to cheer their re-

P:r!MM AMERICAN

w -

The Pericos scored two in the

first on back-to-back doubles by

Marcum ana ess one m we,
third as Fulop singled Ness,
home, and one in the fifth on a
walk, two stolen bases and an
overthrow at third. v
The Ocelots scored one in the
first on a walk and a double by
J. Morris, 15 in the second on a
bases loaded circuit clout by
Reynolds, a single by J. Morris,
two by Boyett who went to the
batters' box for the third time,
and ten walks, a balk and a hit
batter For the Pericos, Ness and

Fulop had one for two with Mar-

cum one lor three. For the Oce Ocelots,
lots, Ocelots, J. Morris led with two for
two paced by Boyett with two for
three.

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The box score:
PERICOS

Marcum 2b..
Ness, lb .
Fulop, 3b .
Baggott, c . .
Weade, ss . .
Bright, T., lf-p
Bright, F., cf .
Eddleman, rf.
Vines rf . .
Martin,, p-cf-..

conklin, p
Brown, lf-p
Totals

ABR

3
2
2
2
3
1
2
1
0
2
0
0

..18 3

OCELOTS
Engelke, 2b ..
Dubbs, 2b
Dehllnger, If .
Womble, rf ..
Ammirati, p .
Morris, J. c. ..
Price, c
Reynolds, cf .
Dombrowskl, cf.
Boyett, lb
Morris, R., 3b.
French, ss
Anderson, ss .

ABR
3 1

Tigers taking credit for his sec

ond win oi me
- He allowed nine hits, all com coming
ing coming in the final four innings aft after
er after having faced only nine bat batters
ters batters in the first three frames
Gibson walked four and struck
out four, perez, who was charg charged
ed charged with the loss was i nicked J or
seven hits in his 3 2-3 inninars
of duty, the big Wow coming of r
th- bat bf cabanillas in the,
fourth frame and causing his
removal.
CabanWas' blast was a
round-tripper Into right cen center
ter center with two mates aboard.
Wamha Lung, reHerin? Perez,
hurled shut-out hall for two
Innings, then, after walking
the first batter In the seventh
and giving up a single to Ran Rankin,
kin, Rankin, which went for four bases

Driving at 130 mph,
He Turns Car Over,

Suffers Burns. Culs

Pacific Softball
League

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Totals 19 17 6
Two-base hits: Marcum Ness,
J. Morris. Home runs: Reynolds.
Bases on balls off: Ammirati 3,
Martin 3, Conklin 6, Brown 4.
Struckout by: Ammirati 7, Mar Martin
tin Martin 1, Brown 2. Umpires: W. Wil Williams
liams Williams and Engelke.

DAYTONA BEACH. Tit.. Feb. S

(UP) A sports car roaring down

a measurea-mue course i na es estimated
timated estimated 130 miles per hour bit a
dip in the beach her today and
turned over six times, injuring the

William Norkett; a 29-year oltf

student from Chicago lost conirw
of his 1955 Ford Thunderbird while
taking part in speed trials on the
hard-packed sand.
The car zlg-iagged some 500
fee, then began its roll. Afire
broke out from the spilled gasoline.
XTnb.44 nraa talrafl tit th TIPr-

k u.nf Histrirt hoxnital suffer- Cervecerla Nac. . 6

ing from burns of the eyes and LfluGlud Agency .. 6
hands and possible Internal inju- 20th Infantry .... 5

Officials of the annual Speed- .Blatz Brewers 1

weeks Classic called off trials tem temporarily.
porarily. temporarily. They indicated trials may
be resumed later today, with

some 100 of the fastest American
and European sports cars partici-
natlnff

Norkett had the high speed mark

vMtprriav in tha nractlce runs, av

eraging 133.958 miles per hour.

when the ball rolled through
the rig)nt-fielder' leg, wus
lited ana replaced -by. Lee
Leftridge, who retired the side
without further damage.
Seven batters, four for Cristo Cristobal
bal Cristobal High and three for. th. A A-lumni,
lumni, A-lumni, had two hits each to lead
the hitting for the nignt.
Powells, with the first half
safely tucked away, will be
trying to keep their undefeat undefeated
ed undefeated status Intact Sunday after afternoon
noon afternoon when they meet the third
place one from the USS Jas Jasper.
per. Jasper. Jasper has a private bat battle
tle battle of their own going on; try trying
ing trying desperately to remain a a-head
head a-head of the Alumni out of the
cellar.
One of their two-aces, either
Patterson or Mann, will face the
league-leader8 Sunday, while
Powells might be sending Lau Laurel
rel Laurel Highley in search of his
third win of the season.

Box scores:

3b

CHS.
Rankin cf
Humphrey

croit rr
Kulig ss .,.
Gibson p ,
Cabanillas 2b

Crawroro c
Williams If
Tobin. lb

s
5
5
5

.........

Z

Ab R
3 S

H E
2 0
2 a 0

20

; 34 10 10 2
CHS-Alumni

Hammond ss, 2b ... 4 1 2
Orvis 3b, c 4 1 2
McGraw 2b ......... 10 0
Prather ss .... 3 0 0
Bell rf 3 0 0

.... 10 0
.... 3 1 1

... 1 0 O 0

.... 1 1 1
.... 1 0 0
.... 3 1 2
ioo
3 1 1
.... 1 o 0
.... 0 2 0

Nolan If

Rhodes If ..
Favorite cf
Leftridge cf.
Davidson c
Fehlberg 3b
Blevins lb ..
Rock lb
Perez p ....
Lung p, cf .

30 8 9 7

Score By1 Innings
CHS." 300 6003 10 10 2
CHS-Alumni 000 214 1 8 8 7

STANDINGS

' Won Lost Pet,

.800

.667
.625
.333

.100

14

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Ahmed with eleven hits by

the second place Lou Glud Stars,
Blatz Brewers bowed solemnly
to the astonished pitching of
Fritz Cheney and the Incessant

hitting of the stars on xnurs
day by 11 to 6 tone.
From tha end of the first In

ning, Glud, the- red and white
sweater lads, had confidence in
victory. Blatz ace hurler. Red
Keith, was lashed to all sections
of the diamond with singles,
doubles and home runs. Keith

was touched for his eighth
downfall with the help of his

backers seven errors.

With E. McArthur opening

and closing the round robin
hitting contest with a single to
leftcenter and a fly-out, the
Stars rallied for seven runs with
Hllzinger batting in two in the
first Inning.
Blatz Brewers in turn made
attemnts to close In on the

sporting goods representatives

in the second half of the game
but th five wins and no de

feats; pitcher Cheney sent s the
beermen back home surprising

ly.
Glud Stan tied 20th Infan Infantry's
try's Infantry's record af three heme
runs in a single game when
de la Mater, Janes, and Hil Hil-slnrer
slnrer Hil-slnrer each made a round-tripper.

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Box score:
Blatt Brewers
MacKenile ..
Talmadge .. ..
Martinez ..
Martin
Slegel ,.
Lopes
Keith .. ...
Gonzales ..
Hunter .. ..

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Malene .. ...
E. McArthur .. ..
A. Husted
Dunn .. .. ..
Flynn .,.
Jones .. ..
Hilzingeri,.. ....
Trout ..".. ...,'
C. McArthur ...
Lacy
De la Mater ..
Cheney .a.k ...
Simons . .

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NEW YORK, Feb. 9 (UP)-Isi-

dro (Issi) Martinez, young Mana

ma southDaw. eets a shot at a

featherweight costender in Madi

son Square Garden, marcn is, De De-cause
cause De-cause he climbed off the Garden

canvas last night and came on to
stop Bobby Courchesne in the 10th

round. 1 '
According to matchmaker Billy
Brown, tha March opponant pr'ob
ably will ba seventh-ranking Gil
Cadilli of San Franciaea ar Flash
Elorda of th Philippines,, num num-bar
bar num-bar eight.
Martinez, fast and rangy, weigh

ed 129 pounds to 129-1-2 to Courch Courchesne
esne Courchesne of Holyoke, Mass., for their

TV-radio fight, in whicL- he made

his Garden debut and nis zna u.b
appearence.
The 22-yaar-oId Panamanian,
floored .for tha first time in his
professional carear in the second
round, came in with his long ieft
smashas to batter Courchesne in into
to into such bloody helplessness that
referee Mark Conn awarded Issi
a technical knockout at 32 sec seconds
onds seconds of the tenth.

Issi, favored at 13-5, was ahead
eight rounds to one on each of the

three official scorecards. come in

to the 10th.- Matchmaker Billy
Brown said today. "Martinez has

the makings of a great fighter s s-speed,
speed, s-speed, punch, an awkward style

and the heart to get off the ; floor

ana win.

Although the former shoe shine

boy of Colon, Panama, was adver

Used a a switch-hitter after his
first U.S. victory over Ike Chest Chestnut
nut Chestnut at Washington, D.C., Jan. 4,

he rarely switched from the south
paw last night.

He let Courchesne do most of

the forcing, and, kept an extra
step distant, from where he spear

ed Bobby with long right jahs or

stepped in with straight left smash

es. He cut Courchesne's right brow

in tne first round and had him

bleeding from the nose in the third.
Dropped by a right to the chin
in the second session, Issi was
up at the count of two and took
. tha eight-count on his feet. He
rallied in the third, and stagger,
ad Bobby three times. He gave
him such a' battering thereafter
that Conn Inspected the New
England lightweight champion
In his corner after the eighth and
ninth rounds, but let the bout
eontinua.

. Courchesne was stopped in the
loth round for the fourth time is
his career.- It was his seventh de defeat
feat defeat in 56 bouts.; Martinez, register registering
ing registering his eighth kayo and lfth victo victory
ry victory in 20 fights, remained unbeaten

in his last eight, which Include one

araw.
An estimated 1,200 fans paid $3, $3,-500.
500. $3,-500. ,
Matchmaker Billy Brown was so

impressed by Issi's performance

after climbing off tne canvas that

said, "he has the makings of a
great fighter. I'll match him with

one of the featherweight contend

ers, perhaps Gilcadilli or Flash

Elorae at the Garden on March

15."

Co-manager Manuel Alfaro said

it was the first 'time Martinez had
been floored in a professional bout,
"although he had been down in a

couple of amateur bouts."

Hogan isStar
Of Bowling Meet
In Final Figures

The 16th Annual City Bowling

Tournament is history. They end

ed it last night as a large crowd

of alley cats sat in at the Diablo

Heighta center.

In the singles events, a 701 bv

Hogan copped honors, far ahead
af second-place finishing Stilson,
wha pasted a M4. Third place
went to Ubben (471).
Hoffin .'who fieumf In th final

standings of all individual bowlers,
also won the all event euteonrv

with a high 1964. Following were

Bertram, with a 1917, and Best,

wiin a iw(.

Competition was closest in the

NEW 1YORK.,Feb!'1(Un

Thanks to 1 a successful stall forJ

the last mmute and 28 seconds,

U.Ci.A.'s winning streak in the
Pacific Coast Conference reached
23 games today and the Bruins re remained
mained remained tied with California for the

loop lead..
.But something has te give soon
in one of the hottest basketball
races in the country, perhaps to tonight
night tonight when each of the co-lead,
ers tries for a second victory in
two niohtc. t v

U.C.L. A., ranked fifth nationally,

exienaea us lonn onnmna strmo

last night with a comeback 68-65
virtnrv nvnr Wachinotnn of GnoftiA

while California; ranked 12th, was

uownsmg, uregon state in easier
Stvie. 73-60. F.ach nnv. hna n 7.(1

league record and will meet the

same loe tonight.
A team effort hniri ntf tnr IIMf

L.A. to offset two brilliant indivi individual
dual individual efforts for Washington last
night 22 points by Doug Smart
and 21 by Bruno Boin. Washing Washington
ton Washington had a four-point halftone lead
and: a six-Doint !ar1 nftpr fi mm.

utes of the second half, before U.C-.

mier a rea-hot battle, the
Bruina at last want Intt. .tnll

leading,- 66-65, with 1:28 remaining

aim gui meir msurance marein

when Fred Crabtree ; was fouled.

anu sanK two free throws.
U.C.L.A. now hna a inurair

record,, and a 12-game winning
streak dating back to a 59-58 loss
to Brighanu Young in early season.
' Knhiflrv tho no(iB'. ai.

, -m.v H.UVU O X1(U O
team, survivor! hH

, vw H MU ovals av
Memphis, Tenn., to" beat Mississip Mississippi,
pi, Mississippi, 75-69, for its 17th win in. 20

games. The Wildcats wereHxailing
by seven With 11 minnteo left

Vera Hatton entered the .game and

auuieu iwo quicK Dasxets to spark
a KentUckv rallv Hattnn ,a ia

Points in thp 11 miniitoo h.:ni..,nj

hut Tn nil,K i m:.:J.;j, i .'I

6aiu suuring nonors witn 29 points.
-Wake Fnrnct. rmM Kl,

ally, rebounded from its, upset by

varuima tne previous night

Saddler's Hopes Up,
Doctors Reveal Eyes
To Heal Unhindered

NEW YORK (UP)-.Doctors x-

pressea nope today that a new
dehydration traatmnni' win ...u

the necessity of an eye operation
for retired featherweight boxing

: Saddler.' who said when "ha.

UD his crown mnnth K.....

- -- -uvuvu W.V.UOC I

aocturs naa advised him he mightlAnkett,

uevuuie loiaiiy mma 11 fie fouirht

again, entered Flower Fifth Ave.
Hospital for treatment last Mon-

aay. A
The former rhnmnlnn !;

that the injury to his right eye is

me result oi an auto accident in

wnicn he was involved lasf. sum summer.
mer. summer.
Dr. Arthur Alexander Khapp
Saddler's nhvsician. Raid Wrin.i.

day an examination has revealed
the retina of Saddler's right eye

.a iuucu uui ui puaiuun anu aiso
there is fluid in back of the eye.

to rout Clemson 63-72, led.by'Er
nie Wiggins' 27 points and convert
ing 37 of 44 free throw tries. Syra Syracuse,
cuse, Syracuse, ranked nationally, also had
no trouble in trouncing Holy Cross.

..82-66. ,

In other leading games last
night: Sophomore Richard AndeN
son's lavun with fntii aarnnria loft

gave Oklahoma a 57-55 victory ov

er uxianoma A. ana tt.; utadel
beat V.M.I.. 78-70. i in th Smith.

east; Siena upset Army, 68-62; Day Dayton
ton Dayton crushed Villanova, 101-70; and
Stanford sank 26 of 33 free throws
to beat Washington state, 60-51.-Onlv
Kentuclrv amma 1u

tion's top- five teams, will be idle)

lomgni wnen coun fans across th
nation enjoy a jammed schedule.

, i op ramea North Carolina, re recently
cently recently f depleted 1 of r a s a r v a
strength by acadamle troubles,
faces a severe test in Duke; see
end-ranked Kansas visits Nebrat-
ka; fourth-ranked Southern Ma
4hodist, visits Texas Tech; and
fifth-ranked U.C.L.A. will be at
Washington.
Sharine this snntllcrht ,itu

w L O-.- II 1WI 4111-
portant league games will be tha
hot competition for, the national
SCOrine lend All thro. In.j;--.

, : -- --- - v UUi Vila
tenders- will be in action Chet

. i-uiie w ivOiumoia (30.1

mum j v,amDenain (29.8) of
Kansas' VS. MahroV. .ri j

CarohnJ

. vi mi vaiuuiia oiate.

fEBm.

Ctininrt., kaViind iu a. iii

. r, : uvuuiu Uie IWUtIUC
Pitching of Butch ReichartT de-

areu fcue iiouDe i.itUe Liielln Liielln-ers
ers Liielln-ers by a score of 15 to o. -1
Cunindu

the first and two runs in tha
second then in .th bottonv of
tne third nirtpH k.. i-j

- wj wnu.a auu
singles by smith and. Frangionl
and a. double by Zent, scored
seven blsr runs to put,the: gam
on ice. Curundu picked up thtea
more runs in the ; IourtEr,nd

iic ui uie xix ui. ..

aaainr hitters for CUrundu
were R. Smith and Ralph
Frangtont Conner and Martal Martal-lo
lo Martal-lo were the only Kobbe bat batten
ten batten to get a hit.
Antpt.t. irnkha'. vt hl. i

-" I www v wB U11U I)
man was the outstandlnr field fielder
er fielder of the day.,niRBTMral
sensational stcwT Z

ooie AVItttK:

Conner. -.... . a

vunw, io ......... 1

pnunps,ss .........
Martello, it
Ahkett, 3b ..........

Bmnllra. .

Bknks, 'cf T 2

Hartn. if
Granthane, rf 1

Diaz, p ............. l

0

0

S 0

S 0

0
0
0
0

0

Richberg,-rt ........ 0 0

Total 19
Curundu
B. Zent, ss 2
F. Relchart, p 4
R. Smith, cf 2
R. Frangioni, 3b 4
M. Lane, c ......... 2
O. Hovan, If ........ 2
R. Reyes, rf .....V.. 2
J. Barajas, lb 1

0 2 S

doubles. Wallace and Kirkehdall
rolled a 1355 for the title, as sec second
ond second place was the most contested

spot. Almeda and Lane won it with'

La 1313 total, just beating Hogan and :B. South, rf 1

noppe anu uevau ana uestene,
both with 1306.

V Ml.

n. Lituic, to
B. Heichart, 2b ...
K. Underwood, 3b

R. ott, u u

2 10
2 0 0
2 0
1 2 0
0 0 0
10 0
110
3 0 0
10 0
10 0
1 1 0
1 ,0 0
0 0 0

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7ZM PANAMA ' AN INDEPENDENT DAILT- NEWSPAPER
Go Best BaH Ml irnmatiom Beginning at Summit Tomorrow

JOE: WILLIAMS

It aeems most unlikely the great George Staler could
.'"have foreseen the day when he would be employed in base base-ball
ball base-ball as an official flaw' watcher. Beginning next spring this
;la to be his Job with the Pittsburfh Wrateg.
-'Sisler will be in complete charge of hitting at home and
'ihruri v f.M frnnt. office naa announced. "He will ait in-the

Jtln'inTtreet clotherand .pick out-individual flawa .otl-J.

NoHandicaps,
Biit:Tourney
Promises Fun

The first round eliminations

! of the national Distiller Best

Ball Champtonsnip Tournament

i i

This 'one puzziea us a -oiu uu w uwk.uun vu-i
Slay il straight or not. Patently as chief, scout he was a more
nportant figure in the organization than he'll ever be in this
,., mhim.i Tmst. ,! Mavhfl it's oart of a urogram to Put a

total nd to the Rickey taliuence. f4, ;
' Brother Branch was relegated to decoratwe executive
status a year ago, the actuat management oi the eperatlon ;
" turned over to new group, and nothing has transpired
inee "to indicate regret on the part f the stockholders.
' Sister,- of course, is a Rickey 'man. It was Rickey who
brought him to the majors via the University of Michigan cam.
pus and converted him from an able pitcher Into one of the
t most remarkable hitters in the game's history. .Through the
year mutual .admiration and respect have; marked Jthelr rela.
tions. '. v". ...''i' .('.. .' ": M,,.- .'',jf;'i
, s.'t'lan watching atrikes us aa a form of improvised boon.
- doggling, for when a player falls into a habit of over striding,
lunging, falling to- follow through, or any of the other conven
tional lapses,, the manager, a coach or a teammate is certain
to spot Tit. After which it is up to the player to work himself
hack Into the groove, a process involving such nonscientlfic and
nrosalc items as stance and swing readjustment, plus patience.
.'; -f ; HITTEKS AREN'T MADE 1
"1 The difference ahy between flaw watcher and a hitting
coach is not clear. :If it were possible for a hitting coach to
teach a player to hit in the authentic big league manager, the
sport would be crawling with fence busters and,. ifW averages
would be common. j
A hitting coach -can help a young Dlayer by exposing him
to thet principles of timing and coordination and simplifying
his style as lauch as possioie but he can no more make a Stan
Musiai or-4 Ted Williams than; a dramatic teacher can guaran.
tee a .'llugene O'NellL.r' i..-' "f"','
la certain circumstances, however, he ean louse up a ;
line prospect by trying to force orthodoxy on him for no
other reason than that's how the book says a ball should be
hit. Jio young hitter ever had a stranger looking style, if
style is the word, than Al Simmons. Connie Mack recognis recognised
ed recognised that what would be unnatural for others was natural for
' Simmons and wisely restrained his purist urge. Simmons
twice the AL, hitting .SSI and .390. Be had a career aver-
age or.334.
,Joe DIMaggio has said his first manager, lefty O'Doul,
made him v a hitter. Like Sisler, there can't be much about
hitting that the CaUfornian doesn't know. .O'Doul didn't make
piMagglo a hitter. All he did was to show him how to get the
most out of his basic moves. J
Ot)6ul has used the same methods in coaching scores of,
other, young hitting hopefuls since those days, but he is yet to
conie' lip' with, another PiMaggio, or, anyone remotely resem resembling
bling resembling fcim. v. ; .' ;ix? ' r' ; 1 ';" V

SISLER OVER JACKSON,

We stQl read that Joe Jackson was the greatest f 'natural
hitter" baseball ever knew. We saw Jackson in the old Southern-League
and later traveled with him on the big league cir circuited
cuited circuited can testify o,Jlaooth effortless yet powerful
sving.' .j.;.. f" jirT'i' ,''
"There "was nothing profoundly unique about Jackson's
irwing; All great hitters swing naturally. Otherwise they, would
never be great hitters., We don't know how Jackson's swing
could possibly have been more natural than Sisler 's. We be believe
lieve believe Sisler 'would have been rated over Jackson if a sinus in infection
fection infection hadn't dimmed his vision. "He was at his peak when
it did and had Just completed -a three-year run of ,40?, '.371
and .420. '' .'.'
The Babe said he patterned his swing after Jackson's.
If wa a faithful reproduction, though the golfing effect :
with which he embellished it eonfused some critics. Actual Actually
ly Actually this was no more than an ornate follow through. He was,
always relaxed, swung on a level; plane, and considering -:
that he was generally going for the big one, his timing was
.-extraordinary.-' ) '
; Whether-Mickey MSntle, top man of '58, qualifies''' 'as a
natural hitter is debatable. He was taking lessons when he
was only 6 years old, and from a preceptor nobody in baseball
had ever heard of. His dad,

will be completed this weekend,

in the Championship flight the
Riley Brothers; of Summit take
on A. Perez and W. Harris of
Rodman in what should be the
big match of the first round.
Braros Brook team of Anlbal Ga Ga-lindo
lindo Ga-lindo t and Don Hauss play J.
Douglewitz and O. Silva and the
Mitten-Rlggs combination from
Panama take on J. DesLondes
and O. Dalton, also of Panama.
All matches must be complet completed
ed completed by tomorrow evening. Match Matches
es Matches may be nlayed at any time a-

greeabJe to the -contestants but

tnev cannot agree on anotner

kime they will have to play at

the official starting time of 9:30
Sunday morning. ' 1
No Handicap Allowances
, In the men's flights there
will be no handicaps allowed
in the eliminations,. The han handicaps
dicaps handicaps used In the qualifying
round were, Just to separate
the players into group ac according
cording according to their handicaps
and to give the high handicap
players a flight of their own.
In ; the women's handicaps
will be used, accordant to the
rules set up by the Women's
'-committee..''.
Course Reserved For Tournament
" '. ;
Players in the Best Ball Tour Tournament
nament Tournament will have the right of
way today. If there is room on
the course for other f matches
they will be allowed to play but
all play must be in four ball
matches.
If the course is crowded today
and,, tomorrow- foursomes ;on
three oar; hole zreens houlri al

low the following match to tee
off before they putt out. This

will help relieve the congestion
that is usual on the short holes.
There will be only four match matches
es matches played in the women's fllcht

and with the system of handi handicaps
caps handicaps being used the matches
should all be close. The pairings

lor ati me matcnea' joiiow

Beer Suds

ty IREWMASTIR
Mariapso of Cuba will be the
Cerveza Balboa's first opponent in
the Caribbean .. series, Its likely
that the Beermen will run up a a-gainst
gainst a-gainst the slants of Jim Burning,
oae of the better pitchers of .the
Cuban League. Ronnie Sheetz or
George Brunet should be manager
Leoa Kellmanrs choice to start.

With JHUyaaues eoppin the
honors la Purt. Rico, the four
teems parNcipatina m ttie s.ri.t
appear to a. about evon. Maria ;
nee and Meysfuoi, who will bo
making moir first eppeereace m
the clastic, are well steckod with
name players, while Caracas
which will bo making its fourth
sppoarance anal Corves SalbM,
fermoriy kitown a Spur Cola,
Its third, are known to possets
lineups capable of giving the fans
a rtm it their money.
. s t j.r ;
At first H was believed that the
Cerveza Balboa had incurred. in
the venial tin of dropping players
Oliver Hardy and Glenvule Frank Frank-lyn
lyn Frank-lyn completely. However, late yes yes-terdsy
terdsy yes-terdsy we were informed by relia reliable
ble reliable sources that the two plsyers.

although they are sot included in' Pepgl Soia r

mi playing rosier wiu om iv
see the series from, the stands.
Both left for Miami Thursday
night,' from whence they will go to
Havana. Their expenses will be
paid by the dub.

With the exception of Sunday,
when all action will be seen in the
day all other games of the series
Will be plsyed at-- night. Cerveza

Balboa is scheduled to play in the

secona game wnicn wiu get under underway
way underway sometime, around T:45 to

The management of the Cerveza
Balboa was forced to take disci

plinary action against infield er

Hector Lopez Tuesday night when
the major league star .refused to
pose with the team for a picture.
Hector was peeved : because his

suggestion of t a k 1 b g Humberto

Robinson along as a reinforcement
was turned down by manager Leon

Kellman. When he failed o show

up for the taking of the photo

graph, general manager Felix Lu-

ciani ordered that he be fined the
sum of $25.

Gold Dust

Class "A

Henriques

Parke Davis

Butler Termites :

MotUa .. ;

Claao-B-

Ovtt. e fM. wiser leaooers 'ouiett .. i.
will IM actiwi'durina this Ninth j cymos .k
Carftboan Series, f a n m a" fgerra y Lux v
Hector topes end Ceorv Brunei, i standard Fruit
Vwwzuola's Chic CarrasovoL jBomberoJ . ....

Fwtrtt Kice-e nw new.
Cuba's Mism. Miaooe end Jim
Bwaming are few.

CO.

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Championship flight

0-Riley and. J. Rilev vs. Af Pe-

rez ,and W Harrison..
D.. Haus and, At aallndo vs.
Douglewita and O. Silvas-.
v N. Lewter and C. MacMurray
vs. T. Jacks and J. Klncaid.
H. J. Toland and R. Miller vs.
H. W. Post and L. E. Ledbetter.
' H. Mitten and s. Riggs vs. J.
DesLondes and G. Dalton r
W. LeBrun and J. Hinkie vs.
W. Coffey and W. Wheeler.
Moran and c. J. Murphy vs.
J. Smith and P.. Orahaih.
D. Thompson and M. Chad Chad-wick
wick Chad-wick vs, q. Robertson . and c

avauc. r, ; ,. w f.,y, ......
First Flight
. Garrlel and A.'o. Kline vs.
W. S. Wiggs and w. D. Hardie.
D. Drennan and J. Watson vs.

Bye. !.'..-,"

M. H. Mahone and J, K. Lally
vs. J. M, Rice and A. Da vies.
C. Serger and R. Suisman. vs.
Bye. . ,.
C. Castaneda and D. V. K.
Brown vs. D. Dollerschell and
T. Johnson. .. i -; ;
W. H. Davl and T. Jorgesen
Vs. Bye. .,
V. Lombrola andH. Beali vi
By. ;'
C. V. Ybungblood and E. w.
Best vs. Bye.

Cerveza Balboa takes to the se series
ries series a power-packed line-up. A to total
tal total of 30 home runs. 63 doubles
and six triples wst the extra-bate
eut-put of the dub. Defensively,
the infield. If we should take the
liberty to mention, rates with the

best in ue senes. me pucomn-i
Ktrergthed by the addition oigquibb ..
Bombcrger thould hold its ewa,! Rotary .. ..-Sheets
Sheets ..-Sheets t-osrtlnjf an earned run av-jTerminalex
e-a?e cl l.M and Romberger 1.S2. cainco ..
I

Clasa-C":

Coca Cola .. .. ..- 2
Pan Agendes .!
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Second Flight
O. Kosik and L. Collett vs. R.
McLaln and J, Latham.
- H. Tettenburn and L..Eberen

-vs. J. Mularkey and B. Elich.

T. Jordan and R., Coffey vs. R,
E. Crowden and T. H. Sewell.
H. T. Perantie and H. Ingelke
vs. K. E. Bennett and W. s J.
Grow. V
M. M. Bunk arid J. R. Hudson
vs. w. A. Rogers and C H. Peav Peav-ley.
ley. Peav-ley. P. Trim 8r. and R. Igolf va
M. Oaks and G. Trifone.
H. W. sewell and R. C. walker
vs. M. Roberts and H. Colbert...
J. Annacherieo arid W. A. Duf Duf-fu
fu Duf-fu vs. H. M. Tromas and w. A.
Sullivan., -.-'" :' v
' Tbird Flight

3 0 1.000 D. Sovster ana T. wiiber.vs.

r J 1 J5S7IE.-M. Cherry and W. McCue,

'3 : 1 JMWI E. D. Morris and D. Hern vs.

x I JW0 R Bowen and W. O. Jamiron.

0-1 dooI P. Badonskr and T. E. Spen

eer vs. T. F. Ryan and J. N. Wil

liams.

T. T. Hotx and D. Myers ta. R

Medlnger and A. Perreand.
R. D. Bliss and H. Lehman vs,

liJOO J. G. McCoubray and 8. L. Hen-

JbOQi G. W. rem and N. B. Stephen-;

00! son vs. T. J. etumpr and R. u.
JSO.Hughea
.000 O. R- Gilderfleeve and L.

Clevcnger vs. d. snou ana re.
Borer. "-' -; '- -"
J. Ti Cain and R. Crush vs. r.
G. Dnnsmoor and C. J. Brown.
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SPRINGBOARD TO SUCCESS?

Intramural Sports

in

balboaL I inches ocnooi boy lie

With

5-4 Victory Over Tigers

INTERSCHOLASTIC LEAGUE
STANDINGS

Team
Balboa High ..
junior College -Cristobal
High

Won Lost Pet.
,.4 1 .800
... 1 4 J100

Balboa High a School pushed
over the winning run ia the
bottom ofthe ixth -4nnlng' to
defeat Jhe Cristobal High team

5 to 4 In a. wpu piayea oau swns

at Balboa Staaium last jug"v.
The win moved the Bulldogs
up to a place where they have
a, tie for tho champlohshlp as assured,
sured, assured, and if they can defeat
. Junior College this Tuesday
night they are home tree and
clear with their f o u 1 1 h
Straight championship. t
Wayne Wall, who had a lot or
critics in the stands, silenced

them in lthe oniy manner
pitcher can, and that was by,
winning his ball game- WaH
gave up six hits, while BHS col collected
lected collected eight from the offerings
of Ray Croft, but what U per perhaps
haps perhaps more important this time.
Wall cot the only extras base

hits of the game. ; i;
in the second inning he lash lashed
ed lashed a Croft offering intp the deep

left field lor aouDie,
the fourth, he teed off on an-j
mf. icrVit. renter lor ai

triple. All in "all it can rightful,
ly be said that, it was pretty;
... v. nrall'a .Am. .-'

mucn w-m" Vrl i.:

Croft, in aaoroon. ub
.Si far the Tigers, also'

jusUfled his number; posit on,

In tne ""uv.-'truS
three hits in four trips to the;

olate. Wendy Fasso, K-eiwf-;
He- and Bill Gibson each got one

for the Tlgere six u'"""-
On the Balboa side t the
worebookv two bovs
feet nlgbU with -thj wfflww.
ierrv Drf tnrM I
tSree and Owen- Sutherland
two for two. while T.m .-lard
lard .-lard and R'tchle More earh
picked p ne i to go with

Wall's two and a
.eight;7-'

.The Tigers toox

eoitrin and John'Salte-

ovm w --- ------ M.hur

rio vs. P. coniey anu j. f

E. Engie ano J- rccic

Wanes iiv, u-
T. Scott and D. Parr vs. E. Sto-;

rey and c. Mcvonncy
R. Reece and J. Smith vs. Bye.
Pairing For Women's Flight
r. cllneley and- R. Pfr
L Knnth and J. Mularkey. J
L. Jones and C. perar.tle vs.
M. SeweU and E. perantio vs.

L. Jones and J. Stirewaiv.

S. carpenter- and M. rayior
vs Bye t
E. Wright and J. Morris vs. D.
r.t.r ant Xf.Xund.

K. Call and M. Briggs vs: Bye. ;
p Trim and p. Montanye vi

M A'kew and P. Warini.
Lv Hopson and G.., Riley va
Bye- '.- 'v--

lead in the second innins when
- i i n.Mk!

Sam wewnara unu am
crossed the plate. Newhard got
on by Sutherland's error. chucK
Crawford and Dick William
both grounded out, but New New-hard
hard New-hard moved -4 to thirdi Rankin

drove a hard ball to Ritchie

Mote at third' 'who had a bit of
trouble wtlh it.
He- had it In time; however,
but for some reason made the
throw to the plate, after New New-hard
hard New-hard -wras already in with the
first .Tiger tally.' Rankin was
safe,' stole second and. came,
home onWenGy sassos single
between short and, third. Croft
followed with his first hit, a
ringing" drive into center field
which French fielded on the

bounce. Sasso, trying to score'
from second was thrown out-on

a nice peg oy Tencn to xne
pliate.
The Bulldogs evened the score
In their .half of the second when
Kirkland got a bunt hit which
found the Tiger third baseman
napping, went to third on Dur Dur-fee's
fee's Dur-fee's fnfield hit, and scored
when Durfee was forced at sec second
ond second on. George Barbier's hit to
Kulig at short. More grounded
out for the second out. then
Wall connected for his double to
drive in Barbler with the tying
run.
The Tigers picked up-their
. fmal runs in the very next in inning,
ning, inning, and they didn't even
need a hit to do it. Kul'g and
Gibson scored in a terles of
plays that featured two costly
Balboa errors, some strange
thinking on the part of the
Bulldog defenses, two free
passes issued by WaU, and a
hit batter. With two runs in,
none out, and bases loaded.
Wall settled down to strlUe .at
Dick Williams, and Bill Ran Rankin
kin Rankin in success.' en, and rot Sas Sasso
so Sasso to ground to Sutherland
wb forced Crawford at sec second
ond second to retire the side.

total of Balboa added the tieing runs
' in the fourth after Kirkland's

two run long fly had been caught by Don

Humphrey In rightfleld. Dnrfee
singled another infield hit Bar Barbler
bler Barbler went down swinging, and
More blasted one into right field
for a hit, but Humphrey let the
ball roll oast him which allowed

Durf ee to score and MbraJ tff go

as lr as tnird. wan tnen got
his triple, More scored, but wail
died at third as Croft got French
to loft a long fly to Rankin In
The winning Bulldog tally
came after a scoreless fifth in inning,
ning, inning, and top of the sixth. Dur Dur-fee
fee Dur-fee opened with his third hit, a
clean one into right field. He
went to second on a pass ball,
and to third when Barbier roll rolled
ed rolled back to croft who threw him
out not trying to get Durfee at
the hot corner.
More hit one to sasso at sec second,
ond, second, and Sasso threw him out
at first while Durfee waltzed in
with the winning run. Wally
grounded out to Kulig to end the
inning, the scoring, and for all
purposes the game.
' Pox score:

CHS Ab R
Rankin cf 5 1

Pas.o 2b

Pete Green's Corbinas moved in

to a commanding lead in the -Intramural
Water Polo League for
C League boys at the Balboa Jun

ior-Senior High Softools., Green s

gang won two big games during
the week and opened sUch a wide
gap on the second place Sharks
that it is doubtful if they can be

overtaken in the thort time re

maining. r i
First the Corbinas knocked off

the Sting Rays captained by Jer Jerry
ry Jerry Buckner 10 to 0. They dominat dominated,
ed, dominated, the Sting Rays, who put up a
game fight;.. but just couldn't cope
with the scoring power of the e e-ventual
ventual e-ventual winners. Green, .Dave

Btesh, Maurice Nahmad, and Jaky

Vallarino did the scoring for the
Corbinas and by the end of the

half they had a commanding 7

point lead.. i

In their second win of the week
the high flying Corbinas outclass outclassed
ed outclassed the Sharks of Jim Barnes by
a to 1 tcere. Once again it
was the big three with Cre.n,
Bt.ih, and Nahmad doing. most,
at the scoring and Willie En En-g.lke
g.lke En-g.lke adding the final p. int. Bill
Hamma scored the lone tally for
the Sharks.
il an baefmdcomtydh 7gan
In another game the S h a r k
won from the Whales in a whale
nf cam 6 ta 5. Going into the sec

ond half the Sharks thought they
had it cinched as they sported a
a tn i lpart. Brad Purdv and Jim

Moore netted two quick points for
the Whales in, the third, quarter
and things looked a lot different.
These same two scored again in
the fourth quarter, but time ran
out before they could get the score
over the 6 the Sharks had on Jim
Potter's 2 last half goals,

Katr Sonr the Dons points.

the season oy aezcawac,
Whales, 3 to 2. Al Muller scored
twice and Frank Behan once to
ih thre for the winners,

urhti. Charlie Bradsnaw scored

both the Whales points.
oOo
The 8 League tofthall race it
all tied up with the Yankaea end
Red Sox battling for th. title and
th. right to ply the BJHSrBHS
faculty nine in a game later thl
w.tk. Th. Yankcet came from
second place t. a ti. for firtt
by winning both garnet th.y
played. Firtt they knocked off
the Giants 11 to 4 and then took
en. from th. Red S.x to S.
in th. oi, m. with the Giants the

Vanlr. w sited until the fifth inning,

then put the game out of reach of
the Giants by scoring a big S runs,
the bing blast of the inning, and
the game for that matter, was Roy

Cuibretn s oases loaueu avium mu.
Bill Miller knocked a four'master
in th second fof the Giants, but

he didn't have any mates on base
to run up the score.
Leroy Vaughan added another

nome run 10 to h j.i.c 71.

ably the longest hit of th; season ; Yankees

into deep lett center, iiem. nirre,
were Ho mates aboard whenl Basketball

VaUgliail Ml. Il", iranv,"..

Knickerbockers, captained by
Pie Oolgado, win two very dote
games end take a right strong; t
lead in the standing First they V -won
from the Celtics in a tight -gam.
35-32, than iat.r in the ''
wmi won from the Hawkey.s 31- -'
32. In th. other two gomot the ,;
Hiwkoyoi won th.ir firtt of th.
t.aten y d.f.atlng the winlets -Dent
21-17 and th. Cities took
a gam. by forfeit from the Don't.
Raul 'Barbara ran wild in the

Knicker bocker's win over the Cel Celtics
tics Celtics by scoring 24 points' for the
Knicks. Chester Pearson added S
to the winners total and between

the scoring of these two, ana tne
rebounding of Delgsdo and Gerar Gerar-do
do Gerar-do Coses, they kept the game fronr
going to the hard playing Celtic,"
Ronnie Mead and Al Nahmad each
scored I for the Celtics, but the
usually reliable Jim Chalmers was
only able to seore 2 points, and as
no other member of the team?
could take up the slack, that was-'
it -
In the game with theawkeyes,,
Delgado took over the scoring hon"
ors for the Knicks ss he racked
up 12 points, while Barbara was
good for 10. The Hawkeyes were "'
right In there up until the fourth
quarter, Tony Womble finally
found the basket and counted for,.
12 points for the Hawks and Gene
Burch was good for 9. The score-.-..
was tied up 22-all at the end -.of w
th. third miarter. when' Barbara

made 6 of his 10 points ana wis
broke the back of the Hawkeyes
Lane Thompson and Burch scor-:
ed 9 and respectively, to pate,
the Hawkeyes win over the Dons
21 to 17. This was mainly s defen defensive
sive defensive game, for neither team could
hit consistently enough to run jup

a score. Jack winKiosKy w5 mu.

Crort p ......
Kulie ss
Gibson lb
Humphrey rf
Crawford e .
Newhard b
Williams If .
McGraw a .
Cabanllas b

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In the B League Hol.-in-One'"
golf tournament, Mik. Betttak,

a bey wh. hat n.v.r pioyou in,..,.
game, came through with a tea'
tational thot to come within J,,..
ft. rt in. te win the blue ribbon-..
Right behind him wat Manu.1
Berow.ic who got en. too with
in 18 ft. .f the hoi., while Juan
Veechi.no had a ball come to
rest 1 ft. 4 In. from th. pin to
take third pise.
The other two boyswho eualinea

for the finals were jeit ruin

Joe Garcia: HneK S nesi nm w

26 ft. 5Vk in. away ana ware..

ft. 6 in. out.

Leagu. Standing
C keagu. Water Polo

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rorbinas !K V :
Sharks
Sting Ray

Whales

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a batted for William in 7th
b ran for McGraw in 7th

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Sutherland 2b
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Klrkland c ...
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01 one a 2-bagger, in three times to

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0: Herman Wilkinson of the Red
1'Sox got the only home run of the
0 game in the fourth winning with
(1 uarr.l Wnmble on base ahead of

Oihim. Manuel Borowelc Sox catcher

got a single, double and triple in
four attempts to tske betting hon honors
ors honors for his team.

A league batkttball saw tne

Doland was the winning pitcher K.nipV.rhockers
and aside from giving up the twojKmckerbockers
lu. i;mlt.t that nianU in CeltlC

only 3 other singles. Rsy Caldwell Hawkeyes

... .horn An iawn in. iiK.rji

w.o v . ...... ----
in th. second same manacer Al

.y Ruiz had his Yanks up and

ready for the Red Sox. Juan -Vec-

rhinne't team had defeated tnem

in their first meeting, out tne

vnk took over from the very

first nd bv the end of the third

0 inninff hsd enough runs to win the

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Miscellaneous
FOR SALE: McGregor shirts
and pants. Join our Merchandise
Club.: The best. Baxar Madrid,
Central Avenue No. 65.
FOR SALE: 20" gas rangette,
4-burner. Phone 1320-A, Colon.
FOR SALE: Refrigerator Norge,
8-fr; $135 (available March J )
GE Washing machine $80; four
fans $8 to $20, all above 25 25-'cycle;
'cycle; 25-'cycle; metal dressers $6 tr $8;
Windsor chair $10;: tools, mis miscellaneous
cellaneous miscellaneous household articles.
Binders 6 album pages for stamp
collector. Forbes, 1527-B, Al Almond
mond Almond St., Gavilan Area,, Balbea.
Phone Balboa 1781.
FOR SALE: Maternity tops,
sixes 9 and 10, purchased in Mi Miami..
ami.. Miami.. Panama 3-4383.
FOR SALE: Watt inghouso up upright
right upright freexer, IS ft,, like new.
Phone 86-3194 after 3:30 pjn.
FOR SALE: Beautiful Siamese
kittens registered with papers.
Siamese male for stud. Navy Co Coco
co Coco Sole 555.
PANAMA CANAL COMPANY
OFFERS SOA WATER BOT BOTTLING
TLING BOTTLING EQUIPMENT. FOR SALE
Sealed bids, for opening In pube
lie, will be received at the off ke
of Superintendent Of Storehous Storehouses,
es, Storehouses, Balboa, for soda water bot bottling
tling bottling equipment and spare parts.
Invitation No. S-57-327, to be
opened 10:30 a.m., February 15.
1957, may be obtained from the
above source, telephone 21 "86.
FOR-SALE: Pedigree black
Cocker Spaniel puppies; English
Kennel Club registered. May be
seen et Via Brasil 119, Calls 95
Este. Phone 3-5771.
FOR SALE: Cortina Spanish
course (new); 20" fan (floorer
window); Apt. sixe washer, (e (e-lectric
lectric (e-lectric wringer, an legs for use at
sink, 60-cycle); full sixe girl's
bike (balloon tires); kitchen ta table;
ble; table; kitchen utility table; 75 75-watt
watt 75-watt converter; 8 -gal. aquarium
(filter, areetor and fish).. Best
offer by Feb. II takes any or all
f these Items; Albrook AFB
Quarters 291 -A. Phone 6224.
FOR SALE: i Best offer, 1956
Studebakor Hdt. Skyhawk. Only
7000 miles, extras; aba maho mahogany
gany mahogany bar and fish tank. Phone
Balbea 1716.
Repair Man Vifal
To Ohio Surgeons
CLEVELAND. Ohin ffrai
Surgeons in more than "60 Ohio
hospitals have depended on Max
Dufoer, 56, for many years.
Dufner. whn ram hrm r m m
, V 111
Germany in 1925. it vitl mem
ber of any surgical team, though
he's never in the operating room.
ne u mere repairman or sur
gical instruments.-, : ? t
For many years he has kept the
60 Ohio hospitals and many more
in the Midwest s u p p 1 i e d with
working tools. He is a master at
all phases of his work from
sharpening a simple scalpel to re-
Duiining a complicated tonsil
snare.' v
Dufner wss trained by his fa father
ther father in Tuttling, Germany, but
has no son to whom he can pass
the necessary knowledge he has
learned urougn a lifetime of the
work.
"Apprentices are too hard to get
in this. work. It takes too msny
years to learn it well," he
explained.'
Of his vanishing breed of
said they do not receive enough
crsxuu -
rWithmit na there could be BO
tools wit which to work."
Since even the simplest mainte-j
nsnce joo m msmimem repair,
hke sharpening a scalpel that fa
A 4I.M 9m.tmmA 4em
sharpening, takes at least half an
hour, Dufner always is oenioa m
his work. Though he had to work
- i ..iu..a llua f m
1 as a Drcaa 1CJ maa, m v-
tory worker, to finsnce his shop.
Dufner now is always ousy at im
bnsiness, for' the surgeons of the
iBdisoanssbla) ally. i
suiwa anew nun as mm w.

OURPFFICES AT 57 H STREET,

FR VICE f
FOR RENT
Apartments
ATTENTION; 0.1.1 Just taesitt
modem furnished apartments,'.!,
2 bedreems, hot, cold sratafi
Phone Panama B-4941. v .
FOR RENT: 2-bdreem apart apartment,
ment, apartment, porch, hall.: dining-eittlng
. room, kitchen, maid's room with
independent service, $ 1.10.. 46th
Street No. 8. Phone 3-0351.
FOR RENT-2-edreom apart apartment,'
ment,' apartment,' bathrooms, large dining
and living room, separate maid's
room .with bath,., garage, unfur unfurnished,
nished, unfurnished, In high, cool locality, all
screened, in El Cangrejo. Phone,
office hours 2032 1 after effke
hoars 2-3525. "
FOR RENT:3-bdrefm apart apartment,
ment, apartment, 2 main baths, large living
room and dining room, balconies,
kitchen, maid's ream', and bath,
hot water heater, apartment
cempletety. screened, end freshly
painted, garage, laundry ream in
apartment,, storage room : under
"house.- Com. $ without, any
compromiie. Phone Panama- 3 3-Q763.
Q763. 3-Q763.
FOB RENT?-Modern, furnished
apartment, screened, .military; in inspected,
spected, inspected, 2 bedrooms. Fjv-minutes
from Zone. Call Panama 2-
3065.
FOR RENT-Modem, furnished
apartment, 6 closets, 2 bedrooms,
living room, dining ream, .kitch .kitchen,
en, .kitchen, porch, garage. 46th Street
East Na. 2-61. Phone 3-1423.
FOR RENT; Turnisned ene ene-btdroom
btdroom ene-btdroom modern apartment, 4 4-'
' 4-' rage. 168 Via Belisarie Porrai.
FpR RENT: Army, inspected
furnished', one bedroem- apart apartment,
ment, apartment, ,4th of Jaly Ave. Phene
.2-5526. ;-,.
WANTED
'Houses
WANTED: fracHMis. unfur unfurnished
nished unfurnished heme, residential area, 5
' mora bedrooms. Phone 1 1-3424.
3424. 1-3424. ... ... :'!: ;: "'''v
LESSONS
Ballet, Spanish dance, guitar; la dies
rhythmic' exercise, children's
rhythmic band. Mrs. Donaldson,
Phone Gulick 689.
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ARRESTED .. Anthony Rain Rain-onsj
onsj Rain-onsj (above), was arrested by
Federal agents on a charge of
being too ringleader of n
alleired tolan'ar rinK twhlch
operated in Brooklyn,-1 N.Y.,
and Hew, Jersey. Rainone was
arraigned before a U.S.. Com Commissioner
missioner Commissioner in Brooklyn Federal
Court on i charge of : trans
portingt stolen cars, and re released
leased released in $2,000 ball for grand
. . Jury action.
Author K. Vinton
To lecture On RP
Wild Life Tuesday?
Kenneth 'W- Vinton; 'rioted
lecturer and author of tee. book
sw wmj r v vrutiUaV SrKfoy aV
brary Tuesday at 8:00 pjn. Vin Vinton
ton Vinton will introduce Oscar, his pet
boa" constrictor, along.' with
many other specimens of Pana Panamanian
manian Panamanian jungle Ufe h has col-
lected' over tha years.
During World war n Vinton
worked wtth the Army's Jungle
Survival Program. He lectured to
more than 60,000 OX's duTlnr a
period of four years, through an
area which stretched from Gua Guatemala
temala Guatemala to Peru and back. These
lectures, augmented with tales
of his many personal experienc experiences,
es, experiences, form the nucleus of "The
Jungle Whispers."
Vinton's keen interest. : and
deeo knowledge of his subject,
along with the many examples
he has of thr denizen of the
Panama jungle will enhaice the
program k,y

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; HOUSEHOLD EXCHANGE U

. i ( re. ia ow Ave. e. ci
::':.' -;'.S Jsae 'iteeeaien Ave. -sad -.''
l.j FARMACIA VAN-DER-JIS
'. a Street He. H -'

. FOR RENT RESORTS FOR RENT
HniKM Gramlieh's Santa' Clara B e a a h Miscellaneous '
UUUaes Cottages. Modern conveniences. , 1
"' :' -! moderete rates. Phone Gamboa FOR RENT: In new building,
cm n -441. 1 v .: modem office, excellent location, :
'i ""v 77Z T T r Campo Alegre, Call. Ric.rdo A
unfurnished, with 3 bedrooms, 2 Spend your week ends at Rio CM s.oifio 2.2466
baths, living-dining roam, kitch- Mar, the best bathing beach in "as. Call 3-0169
en, garage, maid's roem, laundry the Republic, with all convent- tAD C Al
porch, garden. Available Februa- encesr Moderate prices.' The .rVR jALC
'. ry 15; alio furniture to sell if ",w management is anxious to n p :
desired. Rent $100. Na. 12 13th serve you. lioats sS MOtOTS
Street, San Francisco. Phone 3-- unu '" ;'
2181. v Reserve NOW. Inexpensive sat- FOR SALE: 12-foot boat and
: rJ, r Isfying vacations Santa Clara trailer, 10-hp. Johnson- meter,
.. e s e h Shrapnel's furnished fully equipped, lights, life ack-
: FOR RENT: 3 -bedroom pent- houses. Phone Balboa 1772. ots (4). etc. Best offer by Feb.
'. "SO" BUILDING." Liv- ",HILLIPS Or....u. rM k- ""A. Albrook
ing-dining ream. I perches, 2 ltttl?E AFB- 8-224.
bathrooms, maid's room, garage. f"U V.1 Vb,. HJ J i'
Bella Vista (44th Street & Co- Pone Panama J-l 877. Cristobal
lombie) 44-17. Information: a"173 COR RFKIT
same building, apartment P. FOSTER'S COTTAGES and Urge V ,,IMYI
:.( ; heach house. One mile past Ca- KoOUlS
. FOR RENT: Furnished chalet. Phone Balboa 1866. -'
hot water' installation, 3 bed- Nothinn n.ui uk uatii FOR ,RENT: Furnished room
rooms, 2 private perches tor- PANAMONTI Tta 2ZtMuSt Including electricity, preferable
race, maid's roem. "B.rri.d. Mi- ..uJ!""1- W Int.mm phena
raflores" 135. Ph.n. 2-2993. W!re your reservation. 2,2078 pJB,ma
' , f DON'T RESORT TO VIOLENCE .- .... U" T
. POR RENTi-3 5-bedreem house. Tfl.,.vi"t".,,t b,k, 1 11 A kirrn
Na, 19-Isst ,48th Street. Ah dpwn.Do call U.S. Television for WANTED
furniture for sale. Phone 3-3461. ffieient, guaranteed work.
T J .a.- ': ...J! !ek in Mjscellaneoas
cad sruT CT t t the field. Phone 2-4616 between ,r t 7, ,L
REJ NT Two-bedroom eha- 9 a.m. and 7 p.m., for SAME 1 WANTED A good' home for 2
' Ph.-". 2M4f 1,rr0C'i"iei DAY JS?,RV,Ci- P- 10 PH Appjr HtsSni;
Phone j-0249. 1 to 2:3Q p.m. p.m. daily. ,,v Apartments. 45th Street No. 2.

Increased Number Of

Tax
The number .of globe-trotters has
been increasing at such a ranid
pace, that at. times during p e a k
travel seasons hotels and transpor transportation
tation transportation services in the more popu popular
lar popular areas have been taxed beyond
capacity.
In 1956 -the number of United
citizens- bent on pleasure trips in
this country reached 80,000.000:
and an additional 1,500,000 journey journeyed
ed journeyed abroadriOuring the same neriod
foreigners also were on the go vis-
tungv ineir- neignoors m nearby
countries and bringing the total to
about 50,000,000. With some fifty
million travelers roamine around
in foreign lands, it Is little wonder
that -there is crowding and a short
age of accommodations during the
more popular, seasons.
As -a result of this situation,
th.r. has been a growing trend
toward eff-seesen travel at vaca vacationists
tionists vacationists in increasing numbers
are etklng advantage of th. corn corn-fort
fort corn-fort and ease with which -they
can travel In periods when there
is less crowding and of th low.
or rates so often available in th
off season.
One are a especially adapted to
all-year-round travel is the ca-.
ribben:and one type of f opera
tion covering that area every week
year in and year out is Grace
Line's weekly 12-day cruises to the
Netherlands West Indies, venezue
la, and Colombia on the Santa Rosa
and Santa Paula. Travelers desir
ing to take their trips during the
spring and summer find these
cruiser Are as pleasant than as in
the winter, for temperatures- in
nortx alonff the route varv but
few degrees throughout the year;
variations come with chsnges in
altitude rather than longditude it
is always warm on the coast and
rnnl in tha hitrhlanrie
The Santa Rosa and Santa Pan
la were buUt especially for warm
weather cruising. Staterooms are
au outswe and each has private
bath;, public, rooms are up top
where there is ample light a;l
sir; and there are excellent faeiii
ties for rest and relaxation on
deck in the sunshine and sea air.
Center of activity by day is the
large outdoor tiled swimming pool
and beach deck; and at night, the
Club with its fine orchestra and
bar.
Toodle 00
To Bur!ey-Q
NEWARK, NJ, Feb. 9 (UP-
The curtain fell on the last per performance
formance performance of. bigtime burlesque
this week at Minsky's. Scarcely a
rous demise.
Orchestra leader Joe Hack led
his eight-piece pit band in "Auld
Lang Syne" t. -piay out" tne un
few hundred faithful burley fans
from the Adams Theater as sor sorrowful
rowful sorrowful stagehands lowered the
iJ,:" KaiWM 00 14,8 T
-1 1 M .1.
The dosing of Minsys marred
the beginning of the end of bur burlesque
lesque burlesque in one of its last strong strongholds.
holds. strongholds. The Hudson Theater la Un
ion City wiD eext close its doors.
Next week, Newark's sole remain remaining
ing remaining "Buriey-Q," the Empire Thea Theater,
ter, Theater, will close with a valentine to
a dying art form.
Local anti4arlesque laws, op op-held
held op-held by tbe New Jersey Supreme
Court plus enthusiastic enforce enforcement
ment enforcement by police, have chswd the
sensuous strippers from the run run-war
war run-war and plunged the bsrry pants
comics in1 a perpetual blackout.

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PANAMA

FARMACIA EL BATURRO
fSfjSJft Leievre. I Street .a
FARMACIA "SAS"'
Via rorni HI
NOVEDADES ATHIS
:. .Beside the Bella 'Vlst Tbeatre
Hotels To
Countries alone the route are as
fascinatingly foreign as those a a-cross
cross a-cross the sea and they differ wide widely
ly widely in character. Aruba and Cura Curacao,
cao, Curacao, two of the ABC islands in the
in etner lands west Indies, are
markedly Dutch.
This is especially true of Cura
cao, where bright-hued buildings
are dressed in 'fancy peaks and
gaoies, and windmills dot the coun
tryside. Each island has one of the
world's largest oil refineries where
the "black gold" from Venezuela's
rich fields is processed. The main
attractions for visitors, on both
isles are the shops and bazaars
where articles from all parts of
the globe are offered practically
at free-port prices and without
sales and luxury taxes.
Aruba s Palm Beach clean
windbrushed sand stretching, for
miles along the shore and as far
as 500 yards into the sea is one
of the finest in the Caribbean, in
Curacao a novel and unique expe
rience awaits the voyagers sailing
right through the center of Willem-
stad to reach the inner harbor and
catching a taxi-view from their
cruise ship of the sights along the
"water street."1. !?
Venezuela introduces gor gorgeous
geous gorgeous mountain that a r a
trademark of South America and
the Spanish colonial character is-
t ics thet are a herltege of, a ma.
fority of the suthm Republics.
La Gualra, th chief port hwere
mountains descend to th water-

Noted ; Radiotherapist Scheduled
To Lecture At Convention In RP

1 Dnntor Juan Angel del RegatO
1 director of the Penrose Cancer
Hosnital at Colorado Springs,
Colo- and associate proiessor ui
clinical radiology at we univer university
sity university of Colorado School of Medi Medicine
cine Medicine will lecture on the X-ray
treatment of cancer of the womb
at the second Inter-American
Medical Convention which will
be held at the University of Pan Panama
ama Panama April 3. 4 and 5.
Dr. del Regato will give nis
talk in Spanish. Simultaneous
translations into English will be
made at the same time over ae ae-narst
narst ae-narst Mrnhont sets on the or
der of the United Nations meet-i
Del Regato received his diplo diploma
ma diploma as doctor of medicine at the
University of Paris in 1837, ant
diploma of radlophyslology ant
radiotherapy at the Universit
of Paris the same year. He serv served
ed served a year's internship at the Ra Radium
dium Radium Institute of Paris in 1934 1934-35.
35. 1934-35. and was Research Fellow at
the Curie Foundation. Paris,
from 1835 to 1938.
Moving to the United States,
he became assistant radiothera radiotherapist
pist radiotherapist at the Chicago Tumor In Institute
stitute Institute for the year 1938, and was
chief radiotherapist at Warwick
Cancer Clinic in Washington.
D.C, in 1939. From 1941 to 1942
he was radiotherapist at the Tu Tumor
mor Tumor Clinic National Cancer In Institute,
stitute, Institute, the "VS. Marine Hospi Hospital,
tal, Hospital, Baltimore. Md.
A chief radlotheraoist. he was
on tbe staff of the Ellis Flschel
State Cancer Hospital, Missouri,!
from 1943 to 1949. and since 1949
he has been at his present posi position
tion position as director of the Penrose
Cancer HospltaL
Since becoming a naturalised
American citizen In 1941, Del Re Regato
gato Regato has become a fellow of the
American College of Radiology, a

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12 WORDS
Globef rotters
Full CaDacitv
front, has en of th most spec spec-tacularly
tacularly spec-tacularly beautiful harbors n
on the continent. Through these
mountains a fin new motor
highway leads to Caracas, th
capital, located 3,000 feet ehov
ivi.:,.:vv' L:,;'. .,
Caracas la a very wealthy and
rapidly growing city' upon, which
is spent a generous ahare (of the
revenues pouring in from the coun country's
try's country's fabulous iron and oil deposits.
Outstanding examples of new con construction
struction construction are the three-hundred
million-dollar Centro Bolivar, and
University' City, fS'
Cartagena,' a leading Seagate" to
Colombia,, is a city, with a dual
personality. It has one section of
narrow balcony hung streets sur surrounded
rounded surrounded by massive walls and for fortresses
tresses fortresses that has remained practi practically
cally practically unchanged since the 16th
century when it was a highly cov coveted
eted coveted 'treasure port'' of the con-
quistadores. Outside its:, walls a
modern city spreads out in hand handsome
some handsome residential sections and mod modern
ern modern commercial districts. 1
A favorite sightseeing attraction
is the Fortress of San Felipe
where visitors enjoy the unusual
experience of JprowUng through
tunnels and underground dungeons
which played heavy roles during
the many attacks made upon the
old port. Shoppers take equal de delight
light delight in the stores displaying colo colonial
nial colonial silver and articles made from
alligator skins and tortoise shell.
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fellow bf the American Medical
Association a member' of the
Radiological Society of North A A-merica,
merica, A-merica, a member of the U. S.
Radium Society, and member
and U. S counselor of the Cole (
gio Interamericano de Rafilolo-
" . .. i
Hla textbook, "Cancer, Dlagno Dlagno-als.
als. Dlagno-als. Treatment and Prognosis
has been well received by th
medical profession, and the sec second
ond second edition was published In

1954. Among his many scientific
publications have appeared x
rav Treatment of Cancer of tbe
Lower Lip," "X-ray Treatment of
Cancer of the Skin of the Eye Eyelids
lids Eyelids and "X-ray Treatment of
Cancer of the Womb."
It Is on this latter subject that
he will lecture at the conven convention.
tion. convention. t .. j



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and led bis remaining diamond;
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win with the ce of diamonds, 1
enter dummy with the ace iif.
clubs and discard tne losing dia diamond
mond diamond on a high spade. South
lost only one diamond, one

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L. American Schoolkids Will
Register For Summer Program

Latin American elementary and
secondary school students between
tl-e first and eighth grades will
l ave a chance to register next
veek for the extensive summer
l acreation program to be held dur during
ing during a major part of the long school
vacation.
lUgistratioti will be held Wednes Wednesday,
day, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday from 1
to 3 p m. in the offices of the vari various
ous various Latin American schools in the
Canal Zone. The summer recrea recrea-tion
tion recrea-tion program will start Monday,
Feb. 18 and will continue until A A-pnl
pnl A-pnl 13. .
During that time classes will be
held in the La Boca Elementary
school, the Paraiso Junior High
School, the Santa Cruz Elementa Elementary
ry Elementary school, and the Rainbow City
Elementary school. At Paraiso
nd Santa Cruz, summer recreation
classes will be held from 9 to 11
a m. each day from Monday
through Friday. In La Boca, they
will be held from 9 to 11 a.m.
Mondays, Thursdays, and Fridays.
At Rainbow City, the classes will
be held from 1 to 4. p.m. Monday
through Friday.
Under the general sueprvision of
Mrs. Inez McKenzie, of Paraiso,
who has been coordinator for the
Scouts Hit
i New High
I NEW-BRUNSWICK, N. J. Feb.
8 (UP) The Boy Scouis of a-mc.-ica
celebrates its 47th birhday i
today with an all-time high mem
bership peak of 4,526,302..
Right-Full
NEW YORK, Feb. 9 (UP) -Former
boxer Louis Stolfi wdn on
thr first punch over Albert SeoU
with a right to the jaw. Stolfi, 45,
V 's featherweight sub novice
c'lamp in the 1928 Golden Gloves.
TTien Scott, 44, attempted to rob
Stolli's liquor store demanding
"i.et me have what you've got,'"
fluRger Stolfi gave it to him.
IN COURT George Metesky,
the Mad Bomber, is shown hs
he arrived for his arraign arraignment
ment arraignment in New York on a 47 47-count
count 47-count indictment. Metesky,
who has been undergoing san sanity
ity sanity tests In Bellevue Hospital,
was ordered returned to the
hospital after his attorneys
aaid he "was unable to under understand
stand understand the charges" against
him and asked that Meteskv'a
plea to the indictment be de deferred
ferred deferred until sanity tests are
i completed.
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summer recreation program dur during
ing during the past few years, the activi activities
ties activities offered will include a wide
variety of arts and crafts, square

dancing and a number of dry sea-
enn mitlnffs.
The arts and crafts to be taught
in all communities, will include
crochet and sewing, finger paint paint-inc
inc paint-inc textile and china' painting,
shellcraft, chenille, leather, felt,
plastic, bead and wood crafts.
At the end of the program an
exhibit will be held in each of the
four summer recreation centers.
From these exhibits the best work
will be chosen for display at the
final exhibition to be held April 20
in the Rainbow City Gymnasium.
In order to pay for materials
used, a small registration fee of
20 cents will be charged the first
child in family and a fee of 10
cents for each additional child.
Chairmen to be in charge of ac activities
tivities activities in the various communi communities
ties communities are Mrs. Mildred Sawyers, of
Paraiso: James Rogers, of Santa
Cruz; Mrs. Doris Alexis, of Rain Rainbow
bow Rainbow City, and Mrs. H. Soley, of
La Boca. Those who wish to vol
unteer as assistants, are asked to
call the chairmen. In La Boca,
where assistants are urgently
needed, volunteers have been ask asked
ed asked to call Mrs. Soley at 2-2866.
A Community Chest activity,
the summer recreation program
has always been popular. Last
year more than 860 chillren sign signed
ed signed up fcr classes and it is expect expected
ed expected that the number will increase
this yer.
Gobeledor' Knocked
Down At $31,000
To L I
With only about five bidders
competing, the SS Gobeledor was
knocked down in cristoDai yes yesterday
terday yesterday for $31,000 to Luis Septi Septi-mo
mo Septi-mo Dominguez.
The sale conducted yesterday
by VS. Marshal Joseph I. Kln Kln-caid
caid Kln-caid is not final until confirmed
by the U.S. District Court.
Besides Dominguez, the only
other active bidder was Sheldon
Silverston, who bought another
vessel the Guayas at an ad
miralty sale a few months ago.
Some of the bidders present
entered, bids in more than one
name.
Dominguez started bidding at
$5000 for the former Hamburg
American liner now owned by
Naviera Interamerican, S.A., a
Panama corporation. The Gobe Gobeledor
ledor Gobeledor flies the Panama flag. Bid
ding usually rose in jumps from
$1000 to $5000.
The vessel had been estimated
to be worth from $80,000 to
$100,000, but was not in the best
of condition.
The sale was conducted to sat satisfy
isfy satisfy an admiralty libel filed by
first engineer Aurelio Marina
and other members of the crew
Their claims totaled about
$8000.
Did Ike Warn Ben!,
Hagerly Denies II,
But Rumors Fill Air
THOMAS VILLE. Ga.. Feb. 9-
(UP) The White House said to today
day today that President Eisenhower
has been in touch with Israeli
Prime Minister Ben Gurion
"from time to time" since the
Middle East crisis developed.
Press secretary James C. Ha Ha-gerty
gerty Ha-gerty said flatly that the two
lenders were not in communi communication
cation communication yesterday by letter or
any other form of exchange of
injormation. This was contra contra-ry
ry contra-ry to reports that the Presi President
dent President had sent Ben Gurion a
ftiff warning to get out of the
Gaza Strip or risk the possibi possibility
lity possibility of United States economic
sanctions.
The President talked last night
bv teleDhone with Secretary of
' State John Foster Dulles about
pending, action In the United
Nations General Assembly De Designed
signed Designed to get the Jewish army
out of Gaza and permit a U.N.
police force to occupy the area.
The President, who is staying
on the plush 12,000-acre estate
of Treasury Secretary George M.
Humphrey planned to talk with
Dulles again today by telephone.
making the call at noon or later
Th. pr.iH.nt anri Hnmnhrev

went quail hunting early todayjed by state officials. The motor -leaving
the main house of the u said he wanted the numbers to
Humphrey -Milestone' planta-j natch his f irl fnend a measure measure-tion
tion measure-tion about 1:30 am. Iments. '-. --

Grave Fuel Shortage Strike Looms For New York Area
As 9-Day Tugboat Stri ke Hegotiatiqns 1 Cqllapse

NEW YORK. Feb. t (UP) K"
grave fuel shortage In the great greater
er greater New York area was Imminent
today following the collapse of
negotiations In the nine-day
tugboat strike. i

As reporta of fuel oil short- v Hand reds of appeal already
ages poured into police hea4- have been received for fuel. ln ln-quarters,
quarters, ln-quarters, fuel distributors warn eluding four from hospital and
ed that oil supplies were reach-, two from home for the ated.

in irltiral state. ;
Distributors a r $ d that

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"Let the people
32nd YEAR

Florida Judge Refuses To Delay Trial
Of StudentsWho Defied Bus Segregation

TALLAHASSEE, Fla., Feb. 9
(UP) A federal judge in Talla Tallahassee,
hassee, Tallahassee, Fla., said that h believes
that segregation laws are. "dead
as a doornail but not segrega segregation.
tion. segregation. Federal Judg Dollar davan
made this statement yesterday
whan he rafused to grant tem temporary
porary temporary injuction daloying tho
trial' of thro college students,
one of thorn whito, accused of
violating Tallahassee's but sogro sogro-gatioi
gatioi sogro-gatioi laws.
Another federal' judge In Ken Kentucky
tucky Kentucky ordered two county school
boards to integrate all schools in
their areas, and a third federal
judge at Baton Rouge, La., grant
ed a 20-day delay in a suit aimed
at knocking out Baton Rouge's bus
segregation law.
At the same time, a segregation
leader charged with intent to
murder threw" his hat in the ring
to run for office as police commis
sioner of Birmingham. Asa (AC)
Carter is free en $20,000 bond on
two counts of assault with intent
to murder two Ku Klux Klansmen
who were shot during -Klan di
spute.
Judge Devane. the 74 vear-o 1 d
federal jurist at Tallahssee said he
had no authority to hold up the ci city
ty city court trial of negro college stud students
ents students Leonard Speed and Johnny
Hernddon and white student -Joe
Spagna, 25, of St, Petersburg.
. The students, from Florida uni university
versity university for negroes., and. Florida
State University here, were- ar arrested
rested arrested for sitting together on a loc local
al local bus in violating of Tallahassee's
new bus seating ordinances.
NAACP attorney Francisco Ro Rodriguez
driguez Rodriguez of Tampa has filed a fed
Latest Air Crashes
May Lead To Airport
Conditions' Probe
WASHINGTON, Feb. (UPV-
The Congressional investigation of
last week s fatal airline crashes
may lead to an investigation of air airport
port airport operations throughout the na nation,
tion, nation, . -. i i
The House 'Commerce Commit
tee temporarily halted its inquiry
into ine new Yorx ami California
crashes late yesterday after turn turning
ing turning up "serious questions" about
both of them.
Committee Chairman Oren Har Harris
ris Harris (D-Ark.) charged the crash at
Facoima. Calif., involved "derelee
uon. He said he had "some verv
serious questions" about the New.
York city crash.
Eight persons were killed when
a jet fighter and a new' transport
collided during test flights. Twen
ty persons were killed when a
Northeast Airlines plane crashed
on Rikers island seconds, after
taking off in a. snowstorm from
LaGuardia Field.
Harris said he thought airport
conaiuons generally needed look looking
ing looking into and cited Washington Na
tional Airport as "the worst oper operating
ating operating in the country.
He also criticised general air-
line personnel policies. He said they
havent been sufficiently tough "in
regard to the
boys in charge of
these planes.
Good Measure
ST. JOSEPH, taicb. (UP)- A
motorist's request for license plate
inumbers 3-24-36 has been reject-
fTiefr tupvttt be exhaust exhausted
ed exhausted bp early next week. But
spokesman for the oil industry
aaid ruddtn change from the
relatively mBd weather .the
ahta ha y been txperUncing
would result in -utter chaos."
Npny 30Q were receivea irom
I apartment housei;

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IN-INDEPENDENT HfiW. : DAILY HAPER

know the truth and the

Panama, n. r Saturday, February mi

eral suit -challengini the ordin
ances, which live drivers the pow
er to-assign- seats on a basis of
weight, health and safety and to
prevent 'violence. Rodriguez asked
Devane to hold up the city' court
trial until the cosstitutionality of
the Ordinances is determined.
City attorney Leo Foster, how
ever, filed a motion to dismiss.
Devane cave the 'opposing' at
torneys no ehance to argue, : but
set Feb. 12 for a hearing on the ci
ty's motions to throw but the suit.
"It Is my duty as a. judge to as-
sum the "(city ? judge pver j there
will do his duty and abide by the
law "Devane told the negro attorn
ey--
"f have said before that In my

11 Million Railroad Workers
Drive For Income Trix Cuts

WASHINGTON. Feb. f OJPV
The nation's l.'l million Organized
railroad workers hVe, launched a
move to set Congress to cut theu
income taxes.
! ... S' .1
President Eisenhower strongly
opposes the idea, which is viewed
in Some congressional quarters as
the' strongest threat yet to the ad
ministration's balanced bulget.
Soma members believe the now
erful unions have a chance of ram-
min;--their 4ax,eUt plan to jas jas-sag.
sag. jas-sag. Otters expect it to die in
tho House Ways! ie Means Com
mittee which voted 13 t 12 last
year to kill a similar.' proposaL
The proposed tax relief would be
part of a package pension plan.
It would provide tor bigger work
ers' contributions to the Railroad
Retirement Fund to finance a 10
per cent increase in pensions.
Ixempt Prom Tax
But ,workert would suffer little!
if any. loss in take-home pay be
cause their contributions to the
retirement fund would be exempt
from income tax... .,
' This wOuld cost"4: the treasury
abodt 60 million dollars a year in
revenuej.
But Congress hardly could ap
prove the plan', without granting
the same income 'tax exemptions
on contributions- of other workers
to the Social Security system. This
could easily run up the cost to
700 million dollars a year.
If the same tax weak were
(ranted oh- government and pri
tate pensions, the cost in revenue
would exceeds ne eillion- dollars
year, the -Trtaaury Department
has estimated.
Oa Sevni tasla '-
The proposed 10, per cent boost
in nensions comes, on. "top of a 10
per cent hike enacted by Congress
Red Tape Melts
Line Goes Dead
BERLIN.. Feb. .fOTV-Unseas
onably warm 'V weather today
.defeated German bureaucratic red
tane.
Police -yesterday ordered eafes
to get their tables and chair off
the Sidewalks because the law pro
vides outdoor cafes may operate
only between Marcft -13' and Oct
15. V ' J '
The city lovemment Intervened
today and ruled it was spring in
Berlin regardless of what the eal-
endar aaw. it ruiea xnai norwi
cafes may disregard the March
15 opening date this year.
Rationtna- machinery and eth
er emergency .measure, already
set up by tea city, wet expect expected
ed expected to be placed into effect short shortly
ly shortly unless the strike U fettled
during the week-end. A Quick
settlement a ppeaxed unlikely
however, following a breakdown
of bargaining" talk yesterday.
Leaders of the striking tug
and barge crewmen and the
employers' grcu vert pusU

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country U we" 'Abraham Lincoln.

opinion every aggregation law of
vary state la dead as a door doornail,"
nail," doornail," the Judge aM; "out I did
not say that sog rogation Is daaaV.
It does not moan that integra integration
tion integration it a right of any body.".
i ..... ,
"I pray that all 'of us will' begin
to think about tnis proDjem in a
Christian, spirit," he said "I'm
for working this problem out, but
we have got to do it in x Christian
spirit. We nave gat to work toge
ther, talk together., Ninety per cent
of:, yoqr people want', to ride the
buses any way they can whether in
front or in back, .i
He added tht St. Petersburg
has spent thousands of dollars
building two swimming -pools
one for white and one for colored.
"The colored people would not sup
port their own pool he said. "Now
last year- which threw the retire retirement
ment retirement fund Out, of balance, line
no provision, was made fOr in increasing
creasing increasing contributions The Unions
contend the package plan will put
the. retirement fund on a sound
oasis again.
The ; railroads-- Which must
match the employes contributions
to the retirement fund are pre preparing
paring preparing t wage a stronf light
against me proposals. it .would
sharply boost t h v 1 r ; operating
costs.-" M -fv'-,
v, railroads ana,-1 n e i r em
ployes now each contribute 6.2S
per cent v of the first $300 in
monthly salary 1 to the pension
fund, Tho. new plan, would boost
this to 7.S per eent of the first
$400 monthly.
atM4vsiviff nviuu w ( 4 K uaj, cu ij
the new legislation to hike their
contributions to the unemployment
fund, to which employes do not
contribute.-.

Big New Drop In US Jobs,
Qhemplbyment Up 461,00

WASHINGTON. Feb. (UP)
The V number ,of American job jobholders
holders jobholders dropped, by 1,MO,000 last
monu for the biceest Decern oer
to-January 'decline since IMS,' the
government reported today.
At the same time, the number
of -persons .looking for work rose
bv 461.000. V
A Labor-Commerce Department
survey, showed that 2,MO,000 per
sons hew joos m January wnue
2.94d.0OO were- listed as seeking
employment, xnese were-apout
tho .same levels as is 'January,
This marked the first: time
since March. 1955, that the num
ber of jobholders for one month
fiitjHi u anow a cam over me
same morfth Of the previous year.
The report aaid "sunsianuauy
lnwer" farm emoloymcnt kept
the .total from rising aoove : uie
Jantianr. 1956. total. MOn-iarm
employment was: at a record level
for the artonin, annouga snarp'j
rinwn fmm December.
v Employment normally declines
between- December ana January
because of the lsyoff of extra
'. ;Single-Minded
REOOTi. Feb, UF) Tbt
Communist authorities In North,
Korea are levying heavy taxes
on unmarried, women in an at attempt
tempt attempt to force them to marry
Chinese communist soldiers, the
newspaper Beoui sninmun
ported today.,..- . :
mistic .ever en wis and- to
the spot He stoppage which ha
tut off It per centof dtt
Us to Mew York.
'"A. teir aerlou lmpaai lia
developed," accordlnc to on of
the federal mediators Who, with
city mediator, nave been try
tnr to reolve the contract et
..t- i.,t hmt immnMiiuJ ftfl
tuiboats. barses. tankers andl
other craft i Ke Vxt baibor.1

riYI CBMTt

few art out to elose the white
pOol, too: '!- want you, to Mgu
tnukuig aDout mat: . 4
vRbdfiguex said thc object, of the
negro challenge to the segregation
law was not to put the bus compa
ny out ox business.
"Wc have no quarrel with the
company,' Rodriguez said. "The
only thing we want is to be able
to ride as American citizens..'
5 Of 187 Rejected
In Bid FdrHKeaular
. A .total of applications for
aDtxuntment .to the Reeuiar Ar
my uhder the Augmentation Act
oi ibb9 naa been receivea by tnoi
Jan, 31-deadllni by Headquar-'
Five of these Application have
bier rejected. ::.s,
under' iPubilc- Law 787. 84th
Congress,' provisions were made
lor non-Reg uiar Officer to re request
quest request appointment in the Regu Regular
lar Regular Array.; All. applications tere
to have -been In. military chan
nels by ;5jan. Sl 18S7, -vkV; -ft
.: Of the total jiumberior appli applications
cations applications received by USARCARIB
headquarters, J50 had been for forwarded
warded forwarded to Department of the
Armv. :;
The educational requirements
test has been Administered to. 79
ft tho 'gvpplieAnta In the .corn .corn-mind.
mind. .corn-mind. :
- HAardi aooointed -within tb
command hive interviewed an
other S7 applicant. ; f c v
The remainder of the apnlica
tionj are still being processed at
USAaCAKIB neaaquartera at
Ft.: Amaddi.1 h
" TherfTeatet Influx at- the
headquarters of applications was
durihs- January.
Headquarter USARCARIB Is
hot forwardlnjt' lftcomplete apr
plication to Department of the
.Army,, -.-v -- '
workers hired by retail stores and
the postal service during the
Christmas, rush.
The .report said the aeasonal de
cline, waa "accentuated some somewhat"
what" somewhat" this year because the De December
cember December survey was taken closer
t' Christmas than usual And
therefore .included a large num number
ber number of temporary holiday workers.
In addition; "'abnormally' severe
weather" 'curtailed employment in
construction and. other outdoor
Work. There was a -largeMhan
usual drop in -factory Jobs, the
report said., t
The increase In unemployment
was much smaller than the 'em 'employment
ployment 'employment decline' because many
housewives and student who took
Christmas 'season Jobs did toot
seek other work in. .January,, It
said. A person is not luted as
unemployed unless he Is. actively
seeking were..
The report listed the total num number
ber number of on -farm workers at
J7.M7.0O0, a drop of 1,491,000 from
December.,. This still was S1,000
higher than' the previous January.
Employment, levels continued at
record high for January in trade,
contract construction, state and
local government Jobs, services
and finance. v
- Factory- employment fell by
200,000 to a total of lS.SOO.OOO.
This was 100,000 more than In
January, M5, and the second
highest level for the month since
World War 'H. ;,
EIyis Pressed ;
SAN EDJtO.:aiif.. rebruary
I (UP) A man yelled, "I eanT j
stand thai guy.", fired two shot
into a Juke box playing aa.tms
rresley record aad thea robbed
the coins from the box.
Femme Fatal
KAMPALA.'' Craida. Feb. t
ftTP)- Tte first woman candi candidate
date candidate ever to stand election fox
this East African colony 'a par parliament
liament parliament did not vote for herself
: in htllourr last Thursday. 1
Tabulationr showed twisv she
did not receive a single vou.

Bass Player Seeks Conribo

For Army Talent Contest

SpS Vern- Vance of Phoenix,
Ariz., assigned to the 512th MP
Platoon (Service) at Fort Amador,
is a bass man looking for a combo.
- Vance was a member of the Mid Mid-nighters,:
nighters,: Mid-nighters,: a four-man rock-'n' roll
combo which, ih June, 1956, repre represented
sented represented U.S. Army Caribbean in
the AO-Army Talent Contest at
Fort Dix. N. J.
.-
This year there. is a possibility
of 18 winners in the seven catego categories
ries categories of the -USARCARIB All-Army
Entertainment Contest making, the
trip to the United States in May
for tho all-Army grand finale.
i
, Vern said, "There's" where we
really had a ball." He 4old of ex experiences
periences experiences which included' several
appearances von television stations
in Pennsylvania and New Jersey
and oh the Ed Sullivan show.
' His, trouble now is that other
members of the combo which won
the trip fo the U.S. last year have
been-discharged and he can not
Army Training Team
To Visit USARCarib
On Inspection Tour
A Department of fh Army train-
ibjh wui vish xne united
States -Army Caribbean Command
from March 1-8 on an Inspection
wmcn wui iaxe tnem to au train training
ing training activities : and combat units
down to battalion size.
' The-" basic numnu nt
ing aspection is to determine the
ui umnwc : mna. ocgree Of
yperawonai readiness of the units
inspected.:,
Names of the member nf fh
of5lJr.not knwn at USAR-
VAAij, -neaaqnarters:
ine Team ,w III aii i.
dunng the inspection. obstacles to
trajning- and generally further the
DA trlllinff nrnm-am Tk-
tag inspection i scheduled to b-e
gin oh i March 4. Members of the
inspection team will first be brief-
neaoquarters, USARCARIB.
The insoection will mnn nr.-k
Inspection of servlc unita is not
anticipated. -.However th team
has indicated it wiU yiWt Support
s
Of Hall Billion $$
Hoi Enough Money
'MADRID. Feb. 0 fTTPY m..
United States has jumped close
Wlhon dollars uito Spain
in tire past three and a half years
to help this country's economy,..but
i'niaraa icei iniStHas JlOt
oreo eoougn.
U.S. aid to Spain started Septem-
iwu, wnen uie two countries
signed joint'- defense 'arrnrHi nv
this time Congress had started to
cut oacx- oa foreign, spending..
Two influential papers, the Mon Monarchist
archist Monarchist Morninger-ABC and the In
dependent afternooner. Madrid.
said recently that U.S. aid to Snain
had added up.' only to 280,000)00, i
a small sum eomnared in the hii.i
lions of dollars poured. into other
west European countries through
Marshall Aid.
V. S. officials declined to be
drawn into any public debate en
the extent of aid granted Spain,
but Oliver T. Sause of the U.S.'O U.S.'O-peratkms
peratkms U.S.'O-peratkms Mission to Spain, and
said in a Barcelona speech a fort fortnight
night fortnight ago that U.S.. "economic coo cooperation"
peration" cooperation" with Spain amounted to
$480,000,000...
' -.-'--' r ,' ? --'
- The- difference between the. 280, 280,-000,008
000,008 280,-000,008 figure apparently stems
from a difference of interpretation
of .what constituted aid. V : v
1

rTh moit pmtzlng com plncy Iht woricj

hill tvtr known..: and

happtntftf to a rriin and woman btfori!

find the talented men. at Quarry
Heights or Fort Amador willing to
put in the work ana time for prac practice.
tice. practice. He said he started the Mid Mid-nigh
nigh Mid-nigh ters and he Is willing to start

anomer.
The All-Armv finals will he com;
pleted at a post in the "U n i t e d
Statea on or about May 18.
It is planned to have many of
the prize-winning acts on a 'jiation 'jiation-wido
wido 'jiation-wido television program within IS
days after the final competitionV
- n uners oi last year s contest
were seen here in NovemW .10
when the.Department Of the -Army
soldier show. "Rollins Alnnv f ial
58" appeared at Isthmian in.t.i.
lations durina their tour a ii
jor commands,
Post preliminary finit. tn ttci'
RCARIB wiU be held at post serv-
v'J Bt 7:30 P-m- 1.
Fort Clayton; 7:30 p m Feb. 24
Fort, Davis; i p.m., Feb. 25, Fort
Qulick; g:is p.m.t Teb. 26, Fort
Kobbe; and 8 p.m. Feb, 27. Fort
Amador.-
Winners of the Service club con contest
test contest will compete with winner
from the Antilles at 8 p m. March
FSrt CI00 theater No. 2 th
uoAnuAitia finals.
KUAJtlB winners whn ur.nt k.
grand final, who are still in th
command, b
E. German Reds
Threajen V. Berlin
If Capilal lj Moved
BERLIN, Feb. (UP) e,s
German CommtinUt t k
encd to take reprisal against West J
Berlin If tht West Rfe,n ...iiM
Is moved to th. urn.
Bonn.- rv wuf
n official Communist a r f r
newspaper Neues DeutscMand said
West Berlin ''will h.v. j!!.
1".1 tUMrtil T '" w w uwp
denutt govern.
"mm iciuv move! nor v.-'
The newspaper did not spell out
u threat but l made it clearit wa
about blockade measures, 'i
, The Bewspaper dWhot speU out
its threat but it made it clear it
was talking about blockade mea-
7?l; : ".J11 iressmg" the
isolation of the western outpost. T J
"v.wnen; wesi.uerman chsn chsn-cellot
cellot chsn-cellot Adenauer came to West
B?5i1u1"lt ,week V "only
with tho help of an American air aircraft."
craft." aircraft." l t V ; ,; i
"Everyono can convlnc himself
by looking at a map that Berlin,
is separated from West Germany
by 110 miles'' the newspaper said.'
This area la secured by force
whose existence, is known to every everyone."
one." everyone." ,),""
Ike Asked To Probe
Deaf It Of US Pilot
In Ciudad Trujillo
WASHINGTON, Feb. (UP) i i-President
President i-President Eisenhower,, has been
asked to instigate special joint
U.S.-Domlnican Inquiry into the
mysterious disappearance of pilot
Gerald Lester Murphy in Ciudad
! Trujillo two months ago, it wa
Jearned today.
Congressman Charles 0, Porter
urgea euc-a action in a leuer to ine
President yesterday. The parents
of the missing Dominican National
Airlines pilot live in the Porter'!
Congressional district in' Oregon..
.Porter haa questioned the official
Dominican government explana explanation
tion explanation that Murphy was slain by a fel
low pilot, Octavio Antonio de la
Masai and that Maza later confess confessed
ed confessed the deed in a note prior to hi
own suicide. 1
.Porter accused the "Dominican
government of 'outrageous' failure
to cooperate in aft investigation
and the State Department' of "re "regrettable"
grettable" "regrettable" failure to fact- more
firmly" in pressing for the facts.
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