The Panama American

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

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Panama -- Panama

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

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University of Florida
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today th Soviets yesterday refused to allow six State De Department
partment Department off icials to driv to isolated Berlin-.from Germany
on thi grounds their passports were not in, order. (

Th Arm said Soviet uards at
the- Mairenborn checkpoint on the
Esat-West German border turn turn-a
a turn-a hack the four -men and two
' wometi officials who tried to enter
Well: Known
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J. J. "WOOD
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eseph J. Wood of Anconl super
vlsory auditor ift the internal au audit
dit audit branch of the office of the Ca Canal
nal Canal Comptroller; died at Gorgas
Hospital at 9 a nt yesterday. His
age was 55 and his death was the
result of stroke suffered Feb. 15.
Mr.. Wood was well-known both
in Panama and the Canal Zone.
km vnnnoor mn he was tOP-
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i-nVino isthmiat tennis nlayer. At!
on j time, he gave his aervices as
coach for the tennis team that
represented the Republic of Pana Panama
ma Panama at the Olympic Games. :
He ias born in Franklin,' Ind.,
'and first, came to the Isthmus
' while serving wih the U.S. Army.
On Jan. 3, 1925,' he was employ employ-m.A
m.A employ-m.A K. ths Tanal and assigned as
a' clerk in the property and requi-:
sitwn Dureau. r .

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In 1904 he was made an iiupec
Company. ;.. t , ;
In 1W4, through a special In In-terBttional
terBttional In-terBttional arreng emeat, he was
assigned to the group which eon eon-ducted
ducted eon-ducted the pfebicite In the Mito- j
ric Tacne-Aric dispute between
Peru end Chile. J
- In this service be worked tinder
the late Geneva of the Armies
John J. Pershing. j
On another occasion, he served
on a plebicite commission in Nica Nicaragua,
ragua, Nicaragua, where an impartial com commission
mission commission bad been invited to assist
with a domestic election. U.S. Geo
cral Frank R. McCoy beaded the
mission. t 1 ;
Mr. Wood wes merried te the :
former Miss Isabel Fajarde ef
Faaema, whose brerher, Carlos, :
is vice-president of the Chase
National ftenk in tho capital ei ei-ty.
ty. ei-ty. v
" Besinea Mr. Wood, he is suit ic iced
ed iced by their three children. Isabel,:
a student st Man ar College, India Indianapolis,
napolis, Indianapolis, Ind., flew back to 'the
Isthmus after ber father was tak taken
en taken suddenly in last week.
Joseph J. Wood. Jr., is a stu student
dent student at the Canal Zone Junior Col College;
lege; College; and Ana is a pupil at A neon
Elementary School
The body is at Gorgas Hospital
Chapel, where the cstket' will be
open trom is until 11 a.m. Mon Monday.
day. Monday. Graveside services "ill be con conducted
ducted conducted imn,edi':y af'crward at
Cororal Cemriery; wr.h Fsiher
iiichatl Wye ciicUUrg.

tJtitM. TB r "iKSI1 ianJ 5 KfsW merwith chief Cbinrt
duUef have been entirely in! Israel., on--tha Middle East Secretary Hirohide Ishida and
accountina work. He handled ma-iCIiSI8- .' '" -V n Secretary General Takeo Mikl of
Sv sSl jobs ... In a ww to the President, the nmt Liberal Democratic
Two years o. he was one of i f?P St "no steps bepart, m ,n emergency meeting
rroup sVnt to New York to set up!tken to precipitate suspension or fter the doctors' pronouncement.
thTaccounting a" stem for the Ne. termination o' these negoUat.ons "j sources reported that the three
York office of tie Panama Caaa. The .leaders lso told Mr. Ei- ie.der, had agreed that the Ishi-

THE CITY OF THE
VICEROYS:..

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the llO-mile highway througn aasi
Germany to conr.munist-surrouna
ed Berlin
- A. U.S. Armyf offier station stationed
ed stationed at tha western aid of tha
. chtckpein protastsd the Sovitt
act Jn vain. He told the' Soviets
tha travel documents, ware prop-
r.'A '"
Informed sources said mean
while, the State Department here
yesterday protested- verbally to
the Soviets the barring Wednes
day of an American newsman who
tried to drive to Berlin,
Mother Of Z Child
Essay Winners How
Facing Deporlalion
CINCINNATI. Ohio, Feb.' 23
(UP)-Mrs.; Mienori. Wellman,, 44,
whose two children, won, American
Citizenship f ssrwards from
the -." American , Legion,- today
opened fight against deportation
on charges of being a member of
the Communist party. T
Her. attorney. George W. Crock
ett said," "as a parents she could
not have concealed her true feel feeling
ing feeling from her children if she felt
bound to the Communist party."
He also said that 'her husband
had won the Purple Heart while
a-' member, of the armed forces.
Their children are 1 and .12
years old.
Mrs. Wellman, of Detroit was
ordered deported to her native
Canada by a U.S." District Court
last April. 1 i
'Crockett argued in the u.s.
Court of Appeals herft that' Mrs
Wellman's" -deportation order 1)e
stayed, pending settlement Qf a
similar case now before the Su Supreme
preme Supreme Court. 5 1
..U.S. Attornev Fred W. "Raess
said Mrs, Wellman had refused
to testify at a lower court hear hearing,
ing, hearing, thus preventing cross-examination
V He reiterated s charges
that she-was a card-bearing party
member from 1947 to 1950. t
Jewish Groups Ask
Ike Take Ho Sieps
To Sanction Israel

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? NEW YORK. Feb.' 23 (UP) JF0J ...

ganizations appealed to President a cide(j to resieil"
Eisenhower today to keep UhTmsT -ptfi! iiinut., vk

dciuivnu Min iuifv9i.ivu v Buv.-j DBVU g(JV !B H III PII SnOlUa resign.
tions against Israel and restora-f opposition Socialists "leaders
tron of the situation that prevailed have been threatening to demand
before the Israeli invasion of E-'the early resignation of the Ishi Ishi-gypt
gypt Ishi-gypt would defeat the President's bashi government if the Prime
wish that "justice and, morality Mliter was unable to return to
shall prevail." -. j -. Action for an extended period.

California Cave Coll apses;
Entombs 3 Bote Under Dirt'

anaheim; calif.. Feb. jd tup)
Three boys enjoyurg a school
holiday met death yesterday when
a cave -they were playfully dig digging
ging digging in an embankment collapsed
and entombed them under tons of
dirt ia a freeway construction pro project,
ject, project, -, -
The crumpled bodies of William
David Barron, 7, Steven Wayne
Jones, 10, and Larry Joseph Scher Scher-er,
er, Scher-er, 13. an of Anaheim, were found
last eight at the bottom of the
embankment.
The victims aloag with a
fourth bey, Billy Hushmen, 11,
et evt shortly before noon to
dig Hte cove with shovels Jieer
e pertiaQy bu tt underpass for
the freeway. Silly was spared
death whew he went home te
gat aMther shovel,
"I came barr but B.S'. Steve
and Larry weren't around," Blyl

Let the people

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the; PULSE
OF PANAMA'
CHIRIQUl RICE growers will
get all the technical aad financial
aid they need from the Institute
for Economic Development (IFE),
it was announced yesterday.
Tha decision was arrived at
during a meeting of IFE's board
f directors and farm experts,
held as a result of warning from
rice growers regarding the pos possibility
sibility possibility of a rice shortage
brought about by the pretence
of a "white grass", plague.
IFE will finance mechanized
rice growing,, the purchase of cer
tified seed rice ana outer opera operations
tions operations and will urge farmers, to ro
tate crops and grow crops under
water In order to comoat ine rice
disease. . -.- ,
Auditors are making surprise
inspection visit to government
offices in? the interior, El Die
reported today.
' Tho tabloid said this plan will
pe carried out periodically in an
effort to stop frequent embezzle embezzlements
ments embezzlements of state funds, i
Representatives of major Pana
ma gasoline distributors agreed
yesterday to encourage their serv service
ice service station operators tp keep the
retail nrirp of easoline at 34 cents,
during a meeting with Minister of
Agriculture ana uimmerce vic
tor Navas. --
They also agreed not to open
any mere service stations for
the time being and to refrain
from making retail sales of bat batteries,
teries, batteries, t"re and : lubrieants ; at
their warehouses.
The National' Medical Associa
tion .issued-' a communique 4oday
protesting the plan?'to emphasiz
medicine in the operation of the
Santo Tomaa Hospital
v .,
Rumors Spreading
OliplslsJn Jar U r
GoYernmen! Circles
'TOKYO-, Feb. 23 UP) A
doctors' ruling thatr ailing Prime
Minister Tanzan Ishibasht needed
two more months" of rest and
treatment before resuming his
duties touched off rumors last
night that the ? Japanese govertt govertt-meht
meht govertt-meht might, resign, f '.
A panel of four physicians said
Ishibajhl, 73, confined ; to bed
since Jan. 23 with bronchitis
resulting from a cold,r was con considerably
siderably considerably weakened but oa the
road to recovery. '
Ishibashi originally was scredid scredid-edto
edto scredid-edto return to the Diet (Parlia (Parliament)
ment) (Parliament) yesterday. But doctors or ordered,
dered, ordered, another week's test and o o-,
, o-, day the panel of two personal phy physicians
sicians physicians and two specialists pre prescribed
scribed prescribed an additional two months'
'convalescence.- ..
. The announcement, which fol followed
lowed followed a thorough diagnosis by the
panel, set off a round of "crisis"
talks among leaders of Ishibashi's
told -police. "I couldot even find
where we had beea digging. -dirt
was all around., it all looked
the same.
' "So I Uiough. they bad cover covered
ed covered up the cave and left."
It wasn't until 3 p.m. that Billy
learned his playmates were miss missing:
ing: missing: He told his mother about the
cave and along with police return returned
ed returned U. the freeway project and
pointed te where he believed his
playmates had been digging. i
Scores of volunteer workers, po police
lice police and fire no er begsn digging ia
the ares. Hundreds of onlookers j
were on the top of the embank-l
ment when the body of the first
victim younj Scherer, was
covered about an hour after
rescue opw a 1 1 o a a began
His'
the
mother, who had
rufhed to
scene. -cried "Oh,
My God,"
and
collapsed Ln hyiteria.

know the truth and the

PANAMA, R J., SATURDAY,

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QUEEN OF THE PEOPLE. . Panama's newly elected Carnival
queen1 Rosalia Barrasa is being borne through the streets of
Panama, by a throng of admirers after she was chosen at the
National Stadium; The new queen bails, from the Santa Ana
district of Panama City.

S&a H ilti FiTef bug's -aTrr
v k '"" w .r;si.iV.' -7' ;.'-f
Beaf.CZ Firemen To Draw

At least two )deer who made
their home on Sosa Hill were burn
ed to death, yesterday .afternoon
and millions of dollars worth of
property was endangered by a fire
set by a fire set by child vanaais
No actual property damage has
been reported, and there were no
humand casualties
Property put in jeopardy by the
juvenile firebugs included me mui
ti-million dollar petroleum tank
farm jn La Boca; subsidiary build buildings
ings buildings in the fuel area, including at
least one residence; gardens and
Canal quarters along Tavernuia
Street; Balboa service center and
commissary buildings and proper property
ty property across Roosevelt Avenue in the
mechanical area.
' Canal Zone police rounded up
eight boys and two girls coming
down the hill immediately after
flames begen leaping from tho
top of the hill, where 'tho fire
started.
All were of Junior High School
or elementary school age and were
Americans, or Panamanians from
the U.S. rate communities.
None would admit starting what
might have caused a holocasut, or
knowing anyone who did.
Parents were called by the po police,
lice, police, and tho 10 children were re released
leased released in their custody,, after a
renrimend. -
Zone authorities have repeatedly
in years past of the serious dan
ger created' by prankish young youngsters
sters youngsters who have" made a game of
putting the torch to Sosa Hill be before
fore before Canal firemen can give the
place the annual controlled burn burn-tni
tni burn-tni thought necessary for safety
and sanitation.
People who grew up on the Ca Canal
nal Canal Zone recall that at one time
the Sosa Hit.; deer became so
tamo they would came down at
night and poke their noses
a-
gainst tho wire to watch the kids
in Balboa swimming pool. Many
doer were baraed to death In tho
first "prank burning", of tho
hilHos vears ago.
L Canal authorities as individuals
can understand the kids' urea

to beat Canal Zone firemen te the ed considerable amounts in rsc rsc-draw.
draw. rsc-draw. i i jin? stables, rural real estate and

But as men responsible for mil-
lions of dollars worth of feder.l
property and thousands of lives
they are not amused by the an
nual prank
Police contacted today confens-,
ed themselves pretty bored by the
whole matter.
They did noint out that in yes-
terday afternoon's stiff trade win!
the flames leaped considerable diw
Unces.
Childres i on tho Wllsido onv
solves risked tho danger of bo
Flying Start
EL MONTE, Calif. (UP)
Charles Leslie Deiine, 21, was
re-!fined S100 Thursday for literallp

thelflylflg on the wrong side of a road,

Delme pleaded guilty to landin?
his light plane en highwa and
then taking otf against oncoming
itraffic.

country is safe9' ibreham Lincoln.

FEBRUARY 23, 1957
Ing trapped before they could
get down.
' Flames broke out in the tall
grass at 3:15 p.m. (In some years
the. juvenile firebugs have operat operated
ed operated at ftight).
Firemen .immediately set back backfires
fires backfires near Tavernilla homes and
the service center. Presently they
had the fire under control. They
then proceeded V burn off the
rest of the hill.
' One Balboa fire-rig, one from
Corozal, and two pick-up trucka
-participated. Fire-control was un
der the direction of fire Capt. P
F.- Graham.
10 aaa o uie annoyance, yes yesterday
terday yesterday was Washington's Birth-day,-and
last night the evening
chosen by C. Z. firemen for their
annual ball at El Panama Hotel.
The fire was not out until 7:08 and
the festivities were supposed to
start at; 7:30.
One F Balboa resident said his
home-was filled with soot -last
night. The controlled burnings are
accomplished op still days to pre
vent wi3T y. ..
Venezuela jlejecls
Argentine Petition
For Peron Assets
" CARACAS, Venezuela, Feb 23
(UPV-A Veaczuelan Federal fourt
rejected today a petition from the
Argentine government for the at attachment
tachment attachment of whatever .aset; ve vested
sted vested Argentine dictator Juan D.
Peron may have in his country.
The petition was filed by the Ar-
gentlne Embassy here. The court
(replied that no such attachment
could be ordered unless actual le legal
gal legal proceedings are brought a-gaihst-
Peron before the Venezue Venezuelan
lan Venezuelan courts.
Peron Ss believed to bsv invest-
other properties in Venezuela.
Old Bombs Dug Up
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Demolitions experts today dug up
fix World War II bombs from be
neath, the heavily-traveled tracks
of the Brenner Psss railroad-
Italian artillery
officers who
Supervised removal
of the bombs
said thousands of passenger and
freight trains hsd passed over the;
bombs during the last 12 year,

Tb Brenner Pass was a viJaJjirtes. It burned as B st were nueo
link between Italy and Germacyi with gasoline." .

dunng the war. The U. 5. Air
Force bombed it beavllp..

10 Vessels
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Transit's 26

Dry-season Canal traffic is still
running heavy.
" About 10 ships which presented
themselves for transit during nor normal
mal normal hours had to be held over
yesterday. .-.. .' ::?".
five ships had to wait on the
Pacific Side, and four or five at
the Atlantic portal, while 11 tran transited
sited transited northbound and ,15 came
south. ."
At- noon today, it looked Ss Jl
another 28 would probably transit
with another 10 having to coo
their propellers until tomorrow. .'
The Canal broke all records fo fo-commercial
commercial fo-commercial transits of ocean-goin
ships last December. -The tota
was 751.
Traffic also held high in JinvS
ry, with 701 commercial transits
Rainbow Cily Tot
Who Sipped Lye
Gels Slight Burns
A Rsinbow City child who "sip "sipped
ped "sipped ,a little lye" while her moth
er was at the commissary yester yesterday
day yesterday afternoon got off with nothing
worse than slightly burned lips.
Mrs. Germain Hewett; 37, pan
manian, had left her.-three chil
dren, agetUeJaht wNith ,tw,n4'
lour years, t hv!if 'lie -she
weni; ,io ao some ihopjiing. 1 -v.
When she returned-' she noticed
that the lips, of the two-year-old
girl, Helm a, were swollen;
Itwas found that the child had
gotten onto the kitchen sink, reach
ed a sneii ana. managed to pour
some lye from a jar into s glass
of water and sip a little of the
liquid. :
Helma was treated at Coco So Solo
lo Solo Hospital where her burns were
termed slight.
Garry Moore Show
Depicts Unheralded
Escape Of Sea Lion
NEW YORK; Feb. 23 (UP) -A.
nationwide television audience
watched the pursuit and capture
of a frightened cuest yesterday on
me uarry Moore show.
The' guest a sea lion, took
fright from a microphone noise,
dropped the fish It had been
eating on the stage, and flopped
into the atudio audience.
Some 100 persons scrambled
from their seats ss the animal
squirmed under sests to the fifth
row of the orchestra.
Moore was Joined by animal
expert Ivan Sanderson and stage stagehands
hands stagehands waving broomsticks m
cornering the animal. It took
them six minutes to bring the
animsl under control.
The cameras followed the tin tin-scheduled
scheduled tin-scheduled action on the CBS
show.
"Aren't you glad you came?"
Moore quipped to the capacity
holiday crowd of some 650
persons.-

Kids Run Screaming

Flash Fire Breaks Out In Grade School i

MT. AIRY. N. C, Feb. 23 (UP-
A sudden fire enveloped sn ele
mentary school in this small city
today and many of the some 400
pupils and teachers rsa through a
gauntlet of flames in an effort to
escape
" At least one child was known
dead and two missing while aa es estimated
timated estimated 35 others were injured in
the flash fire which raced through
the structure as if the one-story
building "were filled with gaso
line. .
Firemen and Polite recovered
the small body, of a chad which
was burned beyond recognition.
The fire flared ap in the stage
curtains of the auditorium ana.
fed by drafts created by four open
doors in the brick and frame Flat
Rock Elementary School, quickly
engulfed the building..
A P. Phittins. the principsL who
suffered face, hand aaa arm nurna
won reiuramg w
erai umes to rescue
"the roof collapsed within i mm-
Tlaaes tare shooting out L-'

Official Foresees
No RP Moves To
Nationalize Canal

WASHINGTON, Peb. 23 (UP Assistant, Secretary,
of the Army George Roderick said today he has asked
United States authorities operating the Panama Canal to
report "as soon as possible" what expansion of the Wa
terway will be required to meet the needs of growing in?
ternational commerce. rv
Roderick, who is also chairman of the Panama Canal

Company, said he made the
thV Canal Zone, Brig. Gen.

cated that the United States has full confidence that the,
tlesent status of the waterway will be continued notwith-. :

sanding press reports to the
Ua eiaM' Vial MVTstt1m tha 4 bTam
jsw oiaiva tiv vnji.vo fcaaaxfc vi mh.
Potter will have at least an inter interim
im interim report ready for the next meet
ing of the board in April:
Commenting on a report by a
national columnist that Panama
nian President Ernesto de la Guar
dia is contemplating moves to na
tionalize the canal, Roderick told
the United Press:
"I have no knowledge of any such
Intention by the Panamanian au
thorities, we are going ahead with
our plans to study the expansion
Of the canal as soon as possible

.international ommlerc41?mmpt,ctic,1

"Wth
D:Vs siJa Arrives
In Cairo To Speed
Clearance Of Canal
CAIRO, Feb. 23 (UP- Col. Al Al-fred
fred Al-fred Kstzin, an aide to United Na
tions Secretary Dag Hammar
Skjoid, arrived here todsy on a
mission to speed up the clearance
of the Mies, canal. v v v
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The talks begsn as a further de
lay in the clearance work threat
ened in the wake of Israel's refus-i
al to withdraw unconditionally
irom the uaza and Aqaba areas
Informed sources said Katzln's
talks with Wheeler are designed
"to speed up salvage work in the
Katzin," deputy U.N; undersecre undersecretary,
tary, undersecretary, in charge of the Suer clear clearance,
ance, clearance, said he had come to Eevnt
t 4tA tint kAur .anal '..la, ,,.nnA
was progressing." He refused to
comment 'on reports that the op operations
erations operations have been slowed.
Wheeler previously had et
March 10 as the deadune for com completing
pleting completing phase one which would
open up a channel for passage of
vessels tip to 10,000 tons through
the 101-mile waterway.
There were indications, howev however,
er, however, .that Egypt would not give the
go-ahead for the clearance of the
last" two main pbstacles blocking
the canal until Isrsel withdraws
from the Gaza Strip and the
Aqaba Gulf coast.
The two key wrecks still to be
removed are those of the tug Ed
gar Bonnet and the frigate Abu Abu-kier.
kier. Abu-kier. the' ball and children couldnt es escape
cape escape except by running through."
Phillip said "children were
'acree ming end lumping evt of
the wMfM, fighting te pet evt
ef She building. The fewr deers
t the comers e the SNiUding
were epew end set wp a. draft. 1
Rears! groaning ...
He broke down as he .talked.
- Phillips waa burned when he re returned
turned returned to the building to rescue
Mrs. Cora Beasley, aa elderly 3rd
grade teacher whose classroom
wss located behind the auditorium.
She was in critical condition with
bums.
The frame section of the 14-room
school burned rapidly and nothing
but charred brick walls and
smouldering debris remained three
hoars after it broke out about 1
p.m. :,
ATI available ambulances were
rushed here from suit e a n d I a g
communities and the children were
taken away screaming in agony
from the pala of their bums. I
Msny of the spectators,, were
weeninf and some of the parents
of the chJdrea were almost hys-
tencai.

nn con 'i
t
request to the Governor, of
William E. Potter, and indi-'
contrary.
steadily growing and with the jh-
creased size of ships, the time Will
come within the next decade when
the present facilities of the Canal
win oe inadequate. ?
"The Board has requested front
Gen. Potter a report based on cujft
rent surveys of what will be need-,
ed to face this situation,. t Vsj'
Asked about a reference by the,
columnist to the possibility of eoni
structlng another Canal in- Nicara-
gua, the assistant Army Secreta
ry said this idea had been discuss,
ed for many years but that it was

nist's; estijnai that such aner
Canai would not cost, much more
than approximately the $2,500,000
that may be required to expand,
the Panama Canal, s : ;
"The estimates I have heard con concerning
cerning concerning a new Canal are closer td
$2,000,000,000 so I really don't
know 'What is meant by this com
parison," Roderick declared.
He said that ia 1947 a group of
engineers made av report citing
some 150 possible locations for a
new Canal but that finally "' they
concluded that the best waterway
was the present one in Panama
and that everything should be done 4

Syrian President
r
Persuaded To Slay
Afler Resignation
BEIRUT, Lebanon, Feb. 23 (UP) t
Syrian President Shukri El Ku-
watly resigned last Wednesday Jsut
was persuaded by his advisor):
carry on, the Lebanese News Agen Agency
cy Agency reported todsy. j
The report was published on tha
front pages -of 'ebanon's leadinf .'
dailies under big blsck headlines.
, Kuwatly is regarded by raaay
here as the most "dangerously
leftist" leader in the Arab world.
He is blamed for worsening Syrian Syrian-Lebanese
Lebanese Syrian-Lebanese relations. V
y The Lebanese News Agency re report
port report said Kuwatly withdrew "hie
resignation on the urging' of close
advisors in his peoples prty.
His resignation, the report claim claimed,
ed, claimed, wn caused by a difference ia
side his government between civi
lian and military factions. ,'
.'The horror of the fire, which at
its height could be seen In the Mt.
Airy business and industrial dl dl-strict!
strict! dl-strict! two miles away, left its im imprint
print imprint on the children, some -of
whom huddled speechless beside
the charred ruins while others cri cried
ed cried hysterically. 1 -.
Phillips said he first learned Vet
the fire when children cams rush
ing out of the auditorium as he
started In," shouting 'Flrv' fire,
the building's on fire." -1
When be entered the auditorium,
the principal said. "There was a
blaze, but not- much. Ia another
minute or minute and a half, tha
entire thing was afire.
ML Airy's lone hospital was de
stroped by fire and most of tha
injured were taken to hospitals at
Elkln, Dobaoa and Winston-Salem
and to five clinics iq this srea.
Police Sgt. G. M. Eklridge sart
many of the occupants fled frr
the school by leaping through t
dows as .the fire raced through t e
rooms.
They were throwing them out I
the windows sad everyt
eU," EWrwige said. "TV
getting them out any iv t

could get then out et i.-e.
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"CRAZY" ROCK N ROLL COMBO
'
ir:
't I was pleased to read to your W?J Gltone Gordon
and his combo will accompany Frankie Lymon and the Teenagers
rSS&ftbo are the only
waalchestrS ?whoseem to be able to llnd the rock 'n roll
lt However l"mTonderlng why Mr. Putaturo did not use
Miiie'r 8522 Not that his group plays better than Gordon's
i'JSirtSS he woTld have had a "crazier" band to go along with
i$lMn2i2 to tt SvtT between Colon and Panama auite freauent freauent-?iy
?iy freauent-?iy hid throSority to see and observe .both groups
;2id have nothlhg but praise for their musicianship. But when
""cats" feel.
'.. Real Cons

:t SAVINS ON PRR OPIRATION
"t.
;Slr:
As a retired employe of the Panama Railroad Co. I was. very
glad?o "d in th "K?l Press, that Congms ; of the Umtet States
lad voted to put the recommendation of hn J Ridgely into
-practice lor the operation and continuation otthej&n
AiirAnrt an means of transportation from the Atlantic to ra ra-ic
ic ra-ic and froE toe facts that the employes and the public to to-hiHin
hiHin to-hiHin tofluential business people who have pledged their co co-SSSSi
SSSSi co-SSSSi the recommendation a access the Governor
th rans.1 Zone in his most willing manner stated that ne
Selw at hU dlspwal to take the railroad out of the "red '' and
$Jtt "be Tto Helf supporting unit. Every Interest party
-now looks forward to the lotog reconunendations
i: 1. ReducUon of overhead by decreasing toe number ol su
er?0& Sanger staUons.
-ffiS!lmn speed from 60 tc ,50 mile, per
hour so M to continue the performance at a lower maintenance
"nf mut to the nresent road bed than at present.
of ct to sthef Pjero & savlng Qf annually
These were the recommendations for savings, that could be
'effected among the employe stafj.
The first to be put o. effects the $8,
Effected local rate persqnnefl a aVti of I10.fjpo.00., l"
418000 and $20,000, to the Extent otjeavfng' out a balancef pf
mjOOO stni to be effected thiough the further Implantation of
4hee recommendations.
i The railroad has gone on a record, as running a passenger
iHrain of four coaches or more with one brakeman and one con conductor
ductor conductor as a means of reducing the staff, thereby effecting a
saving of $1,539.20 per year for each brakeman eliminated.
! It appears that Mr. Rldgely was not as thoroughly informed
as he might have been about the operational condition under
Which the Railroad functioned during the last 50 years of it
existence, making a fair profit even from- the time of the con con-latructlon
latructlon con-latructlon of the Panama Canal when the Railroad was the only
- aource of transportation across the Isthmus.
The days when the work day was a 12 hours .and toe yard
crew was all local rate employes with only one UA rate ward ward-Ker
Ker ward-Ker and making up 15 to 25 trains in 12 hours, each train
consisting from 20 to ISO cars, sometimes 15 minutes apart, ana
on time until the completion of the Panama CanaL
v
UA-rate men from the I.C.C. came over and worked for the
Panama Railroad. Up to that time, we had UA-rate Engineers
and Jocal rate ground crews until the UA-rate men finally took
over the positions of engineers and conductors on all yard lobs.
Now that it has been decided to continue the operation or
the Panama Railroad and the established safe operational prac practices
tices practices as a common carrier for the safety of passengers, and a
sound system, funning a passenger train with more than one
coach with one conductor and one brakeman only, so as to save
$1 539.20 per year, completely disregarding the railroad s obliga obligation.
tion. obligation. The sound principle of public operation could be maintain maintained
ed maintained to the maximum with other change and a greater saving per
malNow that the yard operation are at least the lowest, it could
return to the practice of toe day when the work was done by
U.S. engineers and local rate ground crew, it was done and can
h done again at a savings of about $3,000 per year per man and
these men could be transfered to other lobs as other Divisions
nave done.'
Right now the yard conductor's responsibility Is to take in instruction
struction instruction from the yardmaster. and pass them to the brakeman.
Then he watches while they perform these lobs. For this he is
paid $9,014.40 per year.
Prom the fact that the employes have expressed their desire
to save the railroad, all transfers should, not be taken with dis dissatisfaction,
satisfaction, dissatisfaction, because if the railroad is abandoned more people
would be affected.
' Retired RiHroad Imploys

TIENAGERS
.Sir:

After being ensured that the Teenagers will be coming to
'the Isthmus to work In a "toldo." I got to thinking that such an
assignment might ruin the kids.
Perhaps the contracting parties are well aware that that type
-of work requires long hours of .singing from early evening to
dawn, and that the songs rendered are usually the popular Latin
'American numbers. So far as can be determined, the Teenagers
i.have no Latin American songs in their repertory. If they have,
"iwlll they be able to withstand the strain of their task?
', In the United States child artistes are protected by law as
to working conditions, so It would seem that the U.S. government
'.Jwas not aware of the kind of employment the Teenagers were
.J contracted for.,
- If It is not too late. I hope proper step will be taken to
''ertrfd the application of these young artistes heTe in such a
..manner that could cause embarrassment.

WHAT'S TO

.iSlr:
I am a Panamanian who lives In Panama and works for toe
J Canal Zone Government. My privileges of purchssinx in toe
Canal Zone stores hart been cut I have to abide by toe law My
-t;alary is tow. v
This la what I would like to know. Bow are we going to sur sur--
- sur-- itrw the way they are selling things in Panama, especially food
stuff? Articles we used to get on the Canal Zone at reasonable
, ; prices are up as much ax 100 per cent
.
Whst has become pf our price controls? There doeant seem
-, to be any.. v
A PisfBSToot Paiaminisa

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IICOME OF USr

By VICTOR RIESEU
A lot of us will be prowling a a-round
round a-round the Barbary Coast' come
next July. And while some of the

labor leaders will be seeking out
old .pirate coves, I know the more
serious-minded proletarians will
be interested ir the native sec
tions. So I can't wait to say to
Walter Reuther, George Meany and
Dave Dubinsky come with me to
the Casbah.
' '.' r:i : I ?'' );
The dsn will actually ba gath gathering
ering gathering in Tunisia and the news newsmen
men newsmen will ba so hand to chroni-
els the beginning of a grim glob
al bsttle between free labor's
loaders and ths Csmmunist's
world-wide sabotage apparatus.
In Tunis, that first wssk in Ju July,
ly, July, will be ome mighty, well-informed
men, ths spark-plugs of
ths Intornstionsl Confederation
of Free Trsds Unions.
The Russians especially fear the
American union leaders, for they
are among the most sophisticated
and best informed Communist
fighters.
There are signs that Moscow, has
the jitters lone in advance of the
July jammed session in Tunis. For
on Feb. 6, the Russian radio charg charged
ed charged that American unions are "con
ducting subversive and espionage
activities against the Soviet gov
ernment. i
You may disagree witikmany of
our labor chiefs but there s no
doubt that they are the toughest
anti-Communists of all the f r e e
world's union leaders. And the
White House counts on them to
bolster the far more politically
powenui unionists of other lands
who are not infrequently taken in
by Soviet whistles in the dark like
sailor on shore leave.
Moscow knows that our union
officials are going to the meeting
of the iree wond Jaoor ooay-i-which
talks for over 75.UOO.U0O
workers to insist on a tough fight
against the Russians.
this is the time for such a bat
tle. Our informed labor people,
having just talked to their agents
sucn as Irving Urown, summoned
in from abroad, know that the ap
pointment of Andrei Gromyko as
a new Soviet Foreign Minister is
the signal for swashbuckling Rus
sian attacks On America. Gromy Gromy-ko,
ko, Gromy-ko, to tne informed, is the most
viciously anti-American of all Rus
sian leaders.
His appointment will also signal
the launching of a new type Com
munist International a l m e d di directly
rectly directly at us.
mi ww net called 'something
lik biltalvC6mm6nim.' Bilat
eral; my eye.-ii wm vt me same
old Soviet hacking machine. But it
will make noises like giving "in
dependence" to other Communist
Parties. This will mean camou
flaging Tito into looking like an Al
Smith Democrat you know, 'Tito
took a walk. Well, the U.S. labor
people can tell you Tito never did.
Inese labor observers have been
accurate for over a decade. And
they now say that Comrade Tlio
flew to Yana last Septemoer to
make a deal with the self-appoint
ed patrons of the proletariat. That
deai called tot the taking over of
Hungary by Tito as the begin begin-ning
ning begin-ning of a Balkan socialist empire
Came the revolution and Rus Russian
sian Russian tanks so crowded Budapest
that there' was no longer any
room for Tito's admonition. Ho
sulked. But ho never actually
broke with ths Russians, If he
had given sny Indication of an anger,
ger, anger, or if ho had in ths past per permitted
mitted permitted a NATO base on his land
In exchange tor the billions of
dollars worth of arms wo gave
him, the Russlsns would not have
dared move In to crush ths Hun Hungarians.
garians. Hungarians. But hey did. And they told Tito
they couldn't count on his keeping
Hungary under control so their
deal with him was off. What did
Comrade Tito do? He muttered
but then ordered his army, e
quipped with our guns, to turn
back Hungarian freedom fighters
seeking refuge over his border.
Furthermore, on Feb. 12, Com
rade Tito signed a pact with the
Kremlin to work with the Russians
i the development of research
in nuclear physics and the utiliza
tion of atomic energy."
Obviously, Tito didn't break
with tho Russians, much as the
Russians would like It to appear
that ho rosily is an Menpondsnt
lad. Much depends oa tho Krem Kremlin
lin Kremlin convincing the world that Ti Tito
to Tito is really an independent think thinkerfor
erfor thinkerfor how else csn he be used
to win the workers of the world
ever to tho Russians who punish
strikers with tho death penalty'
So. come July in Tunisia, one of
the first orders of business on free
labor's agenda will be the unca-
mouflaging of Tito.

Walter Winchell In

THE BROADWAY LIGHTS.
Curtain Tims: Gore Vidal's ini
tial offering, "Visit to a Small
Planet" was the week's lone ch."l
lenger. . It came to The. Booth
Theater last Thursday evening.
The first audience appeared im immensely
mensely immensely amused by a gool deal of
it. . It spoofs the legend of the
flying saucers. This aisle astrono
mer was more entertained by
some of the players. Especially the
artful Eddie Mayehoff and Cyril
Ritchard, who also directed. .The
new Don Ameche show, "Holiday
for Lovers," was greeted with a
majority of valentines in Boston,
but the tidings from New Haven
were not gladsome for "The Zieg4
feld Follies.". Variety's embalmer
regretfully reported: "It lacks the
lush splendor and consistent sock
values of its predecessors". .1
Broadway showmen were shocked
ever the fate of "Candide," which
was welcomed with exciting notic notices,
es, notices, but cost backers $335,000 be before
fore before it was snubbed into oblivion.
In ths Wings: Overheard at Pe Peter's
ter's Peter's Backyard: "Save your friends
they're too few to lose". . .The
Torch is when you know it's Hope
less but your .Heart hasn t the
Brains to Quit.
The Cinemagicisns: "The Girl
Can't Help It" is a giddy offering
wnn lom n; wells pranks and
Jane Mansfield's girl-stuff provid
ing most of its entertainment. .
"Wicked As They Come" is a bet-
ter-than-average melodrama. Ar-
lene Dahl'i loveliness and pretend pretend-ihg
ihg pretend-ihg are its major features. ."Fron
tier Gambler" bets on mediocrit
and wins boredom. ."Three Vio
lent People" is an ordinary saddle-
laddier, co-starring Charlton Hes
ton and Anne Baxter. ."Written
on the Wind." which was general
ly scorned by critics (but encour encouraged
aged encouraged by this department), conti continues
nues continues among the Top Ten movie
mints.
The Airistocrats: "Ruggles of
Red Cap," a hit in book from
on tho stsgs and screen flop flop-on
on flop-on teoves. .NBC's "No License
to Kilt" (a grim documentary
shout careless drivsrs) dsssrves
sn oncers. .Drsculs's former
pel Frankenstein returned via
"Matinee. Theetsr." Hi wim'l
ss frightening ss tho continuity
was frightful. . The sameness
of the formats of most popular
quit programs is Irritating. Nono
have the wit and Sophistication
of rsdio's pioneer: "Information,
Please". ."Mayerling's glorious
schmslti was gracefully handled
by Audrey Hepburn and Mel Fer Ferrer.
rer. Ferrer. Unhappily, such romantic

IMF rtvK'X-

posturing went out with the hoop hoop-skirt.
skirt. hoop-skirt. ."Butterfly," a new re re-ording,
ording, re-ording, sounds so much like
"Singin' The Blues" that it can
be sung as an alto part.
Stairway to tho Stars: John
Wayne, is the highest paid of the
Hollywood salaried? stars. Before
deductions he inherits $600.00: ner

film. .The advance word is su
gary about "Tunnel Of Love" fea featuring
turing featuring Tom Ewell. It arrives this
week. . Ethel Merman's marquee-power
is responsible for
"Happy Hunting" taking the lead
for Broadway theater grosses. The
reviewers were nc- help. Xfley a
dorsed the star not the show. .
Malcolm Atterbury (in the cast of
"No Time For Sergeants") is the
son of the late General W. W. At Atterbury,
terbury, Atterbury, who was President of the
Penn. R.R. .Inger Stevens. Bing's
leading lady in "Man On Fire."
will play opposite Danny Kayo in
-me ited mchols story." She ap apprenticed
prenticed apprenticed at the Latin Quarter as
a chorine 3 years ago. . Lisa
Kirk and Rowan & Martin co-star
at the Americana (Miami Beach).
A sure-fire show. Miss Kirk has a
Broadway show bid from D. Mer Merrick,
rick, Merrick, and Carroll Carrol (a Bing
Crosby writer) is formating a TV
menu for her. Busy star. ... Com
edian Jack E. Leonard's .crack:
"Television executive aren't last
ing as long as the comics!"
Ths Story-Tollsrs: The editors
of The Ladies Home Journal (re (recently
cently (recently in Russia) related their im
pressions to the mag's executives
the day they got back. A tape re
corder also listened. The publish
ed text makes fascinating enlight-
capitalists the privileged intellec
enment. .Look's report on Soviet
tuals permitted luxuries is anoth
er eye-arrester. .Time devotes
its cover and considerable .word-i
age to Charles Van Doren, televi
sion's most attractive smarty-
pants. Confirming what all of us
admired about him. . .The Na
tion reports that sophisticated mag-i
agines are the most profitable.
Snob appeal has has always been
most lucrative. .Pageant is ex
tremely helpful this issue. Gives
tips to taxpayers lists an 11-page
guide to bashful lovers and teach teaches
es teaches you how to read and write Ja Japanese.
panese. Japanese. .The Satevepost joins the
scandal mags by exposing Alan
Ladd's middle name: Waldbridge!
The Intelligentsia: Last week
Prof. Ashley Montagu reached
tho $32,000 plateau on "$44,000
Question." The professor 4ras tho
.signer for a brief before The
ttfwtravefejeBj Oer

New York

U.S. Supreme Court ort bshalf
of The Communist Party. ; C C-Man
Man C-Man John Edgar Hoover, id a
speech last November, pointed
out that the brief was ono of the
current significant enterprises
for Ths Communist Party.-
Ruth Montgomery's memo on
Mamie Eisenhower: "When Har Harry
ry Harry Butcher,; ono of Ike's i top
aides, wrote the bsst-seller, "My
3 Yssrs With Eisenhower Mrs.
E. wistfully thrsatsnsd to write
a sequel called: 'My 3 Years
Without Him I' ". . Doris Lilly,
International Pfaygirl, who wrote
"How To Marry A Millionaire,"
has another due soon: "How To
h Make- Lovsr m $ Languages.' Ir;
will be a multi-lingual primer
listing whisperablo and amour amour-ous
ous amour-ous phrases. . John Steinbeck's
next tome: "The Short Reign of
Pippin IV,.' wi'l be tho Book of
ths Month for May. .Potman's,
ths book publisher. Is planning
to sue the author of s book a a-bout
bout a-bout column-writer because he
allegedly bought up "nearly all
the books" and they cost more
thaa his advance royalties.
Tho Press-Bex: The headlines
revealed that former champ Joe
Louis's tax debt grows at the rate
of $275 daily. .We suppose, when
it gets as big as Britain's debt to
t ort Itnox, they'll forget It. .1 .1-rony:
rony: .1-rony: The American taxpayer, jvho
nas irounie paying me outCiyr
baker and landlord, is being ask
ed to give a large loan to King
Saud, one of the richest men in
the world. .Ar ad in the N. Y.I
Times shrieked: "1956 Was A!
Great Year For Magazines!". .
That was the year four of the
leading mags died. . This news
caster recently reported that a
group of students at the Univ. of
Penn. were attracting the atten
tion of Federal authorities. .We
received a query from one of the
editors of the student paper for
"more information," etc. Tne
newspapers headlined: "Red Edi Editor
tor Editor Invited By U. of P. Students"!
. .The Reditor is John Gates, edi
tor of The Daily 'Worker. -He re-',
cently served a term in Federal I
prison. The revelation that riot-
inciter John Kasper (whose anti anti-Negro
Negro anti-Negro harangues caused so much
trouble in Tennessee) not long a a-go
go a-go chummed with Negroes in
Greenwich Village, was old news
to readers of this column.
Typewriter Ribbons: Hendrik
Ibsen: You should never wear
your best trousers when you go
out to fight for freedom and

"The goal for 1957
VISIT
HANOVER
The) German Electrical
- Nnduatrles Exhibition
The greatest market for Investment
and eonsamer goods only at the
German Industries Fair, t
. Hanover
April 28 May 7, 957

ad etof ea traaa:

CialialeiSmHiBfa lpCajBtrte, VraBkeart
Am HaapttalukM IS

ANDREWS AIR FORCE BASE,
md. With the White House con-

sidenng a $20-$30 billion, program
for air-raid shelters and with Dr.
toward leiier- warning -that in
ease of atomic war a part of the
nation would have to spend days
underground, it's essential to mske
sure that enemy planes can't pen
etrate our defeases.
Thfit'tf Uflv T M,Ant Atit in 1 An.
drew Air Vnrra Ra mhrm th
85th Air Division is charged with
ueicuuuig ine i Atiamic seaDoaro
from New Jeriev tn North Tamil.
na. My ride in a jet fighter-inter-
ueptur ana my exciting participa
tion in Rimillar.Ail 'nttanlr, in th
United States was only part of trp-
mg io una out, now wen defended
we are.
Admittedly, the Intercontinen Intercontinental
tal Intercontinental ballistic missile, when final final-ly
ly final-ly developed, could penetrste
eur defenses. Also, guided mis missiles
siles missiles released front an enemy enemy-submarine
submarine enemy-submarine close to our.' shores
are a serious danger. But I cams
to the conclusion that conven conventional
tional conventional enemy aircraft would have
a exrremoiy difficult time ef effectively
fectively effectively penetrating the careful carefully
ly carefully charted defenses of tho Unit United
ed United States. ? '.
stilt- an!
unuuirusiveiy mat the average ci citizen
tizen citizen isn't swiro nf than. H
are there. They begin far out to
oc, wiieie me navy nas suds ami
patrol vessels equipped with radar
on duty night and day. Over the
Sea. tha Air Va,, u .
laboratories equipped with long-
rauar, constantly on guard.
In the far.nnrrh at llh Viet a at ai at m
Thule, Greenland, which I recent.
visnea, raaar is also on the
lookout. And in cooperation with
yuu r various intricate, deli delicate
cate delicate earlv winini ,. k.
most importantr-to detect the IC
WATCHING
"UNKNOWN" PLANES
On the ffrminri In th an Atit 11 al
United States are 16 air divisions,
ui wuicn me tain at Andrews in
southern Maryland )g one. At these
air divisions i nirfnrnl Ih.
hardest work of all the job. of
uiatftlma omI 1 :
.--vu.uS onu Kiiaiung every sus suspicious
picious suspicious or unknown plane that -approaches
the United States. Since
there are 33,000 flight daily in the
USA, with 600 foreisn flight, thi.
is an1 exacting and very difficult
task.- r .... .... -.
hi. r vi T ?. wra v in
Stions center" bf Anrfr,.
are charted the flight" of planes a a-long
long a-long the middle Atlantic seaboard.
In slmllaw l.l. ..
..mum Miucuiuusea around ine
USA, "men are doing the same
thing, night and day. It's a tedi tedious,
ous, tedious, meticulous job, but it has to
be done.
In e sort of amphitheatre,
looking down on this huge glass
bosrd, sit officers of f he Air
Porce, tho Army, Nsvy, Ma Marines,
rines, Marines, and Civil Defense. A re re-presontative
presontative re-presontative of each is always
present, looking down, watching
that glass board, rsadp to ump
into action. There Isn't any trie trie-tion
tion trie-tion between t h a s e different
branches of the ssrvice whore
the job of watching for unknown
planes is done. .,
Behind the hi" 0la.
reaches right up to the ceiling.
"ico airmen sit witn telephones
iu'ineir ears, pieces el chalk in
hand, markino- th Witim, r.t ...h
' o - "V W U1
plane as it approaches the area.
truth. imogene Fey: Some peo-
fc aie no gooa at counting calo calories
ries calories and they have the figures to
prove it. . M. Jackson; There is
nothing so attractive in a woman
as a little merry ignorance. .Al
Fields: An Imitator is someone
who would never be In the Act if
it weren't for Yours, i-. Broadway
Confucius: Everything about Suc Success
cess Success is difficult except smocking it.
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URanfeef the
I Rockio
41 rry aloft
43 Cushion
44 Mimics
W Repeat
perfonnasce
12 Unemployed
MSeUiasmaU
lots
53 HjriSnjCeUtyatt
MStigme
ITCoiorsdo
21 Scottish doth SI
21 Denomination
23 Tissue (anati SO
24 Exclamation
of sorrow
25 Lease
STStinaing
tnapria
21 Caanera'a eye

1 i ft f 1 p n f
j rr n-
r-; " 1 """II
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57 j r
r---- pr?"
i" rirpy-"""
1 .' '' r 1 l 1
4 U 1(1 M li r T" 3" T"
3 3 ""T
r r--
S -J

DOWJf
ITaadlea
j 2 Pish sauce
SAadent IrUh
espilal
4 Let it Stand
ssua ..

,They know what the comniercial

nifeuis are. mut u an vunsnown"
plane approaches, if for instance
a British Overseas Airline plane
eoming-up from Bermuda should
get off course and be unidentifir
then the machinery of the. 85th Air
Division would Jump Into action.
It Would 'first get a report "from
a Navy natrol nut-at aa i.j a
neither the : Navy nor the A i r
force's flying radar planes off the
coast identified the plane., tho 95th
Fiehter-Interpantyir Smi.j... ...
dfrLV Col. Joel Dj Thorvaldson
Of Snokane wnnM va nn A 41..
look t the plane.
Tf ARSON SCRAMBLES
That was the nninf in ,,t.;.t. t
participated in a "scramble," the
quick takeoff nf iet. ficMeri
tercept the unknown plane, identi.
fy it. and if hostile shoot it down.
It Was a- thrillino- v.i..V
Technicallv. I did nnt .n
the tale. My fighter' was shot
down. The two "dogs," F-86D's pi.
loted. bv Cant. Collin hmi,unrj
and Lt. Tom Duncan, made beau,
tiful passes at my fighter south of
Wilmington,? Del., so Capt.VBen
Murph and I were knocked out of
the skies. " r
Actually, U.S. Government e e-quipment
quipment e-quipment is too expensive to sacri sacrifice,
fice, sacrifice, even to get rid of one trouble,
some newspaperman, so J lived to
come back to my typewriter
much to the regret of some of the
Pentagon brass. ;
, Should .the two fighterMntercepi
tors have failed to hit lis, howevi
er, the Army would then go into
action. Around every big Ameri
can city are anti-aircraft and NIKE
missile bases. These bases aren't
advertised and are nnnhtmi
located. But they are not secret;
The NIKi fs a short-range
guided -missile of deadly occur
acy It gees straight to tho tar-
get. The chief problem is thet
the enemy plane is virtually e
vver its target, ia this esse the
city of Washington, before the
NIKE can be within range to
knock It down. .,.?.;,
This Is whv'the nuter rirrf nf nur
Atr-Navy-radar defenses is so im.
portant. An unknown plane has to
be detected, identified, and inter
ceoted. and if nereaaarv Haatrno''
ed before it gets anywhere near
wasningion or otner important ci cities
ties cities of the United States. In the
opinion of this observer, the chanc-.
es are this' would be done
Air Force morale is excellent
Our fighter pilots are" the best in
the world. There is excellent team team-work
work team-work between the Army, Navy, Air
Forcei Marines, and Civil De Defense.
fense. Defense. And the system of detention
seems about as skillfully organiz organized
ed organized aa tiumanlv nnaeiftl
Until the intercontinental ballis ballistic
tic ballistic missile is developed, we should
be reasonably safe. After that
anything can happen. .,.
PI6HT1R-C0-R0UND I
' About half the Air Force seems
to come; from the south; a large
percentage.. from Texas. Maybe
it's because Texas has so many
air fields. Col. Theron Coulter,
vice-commander of the gtsh Air
Division, comes from Tupelo, Miss.,
home town of Elvis Presley. He Is
not a PresJey-type officer. Col.
Roy Caviness, in charge of the in.
tricate Andrews combat operations
center or blockhouse, is from Par Par-if,
if, Par-if, Texas. ... Reason it's called
a blockhouse is because it lacks a
single window. This is to permit
operations to continue inside with,
out turning off the lights during
air raids. No one is allowed inside
the combat operations center with,
out a security check. Even other
officers on, Andrews Field have 10
get an identification tag when they
enter.
. Answer to Prevlout Puxxlo I
751
Cry of
bacchanals
Weights of
India
42 Things done
44 Horse color
44 River islets
Versifier
4IDomesUe
slave
40 Observes
II Disencumber
IS Golf mound
is Drive on
7 Depot (ab.)
40 Smell
41 Balkan
Heavy blow

Im tW Soffit 'f rTTl
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SATURDAY, FEBRUARY ti, 1957

TEM PANAMA AMEWCAW AW 1MWM.NU1.HT, PAUT WEW8FAPCT

' -

TmfM ti Panama" mum

' 111 III mbmmm.
.

TAKES OATH MSgt- Odbert R. Simmons, left, is, sworn as a
- second lieutenant in the Transportation Corps of the U S Army
' Reserve by Maj. Oen..Thomas h. Harrold, commanding general,
' USARCARIB, in the general's, off ice at Fort Amador. After the
.'ceremony; Harrold gave Simmons his certificate of commis commis-sion.
sion. commis-sion. v Simmons received his commission under provisions of
Section IV, paragraph 29a of Army Regulation,i140-100i which
states that an enlisted man whose rank is of the first three
: grades and who has a high school diploma iseliglble to apply
for a reserve commissionSimmons has been ttie general sdriv sdriv-rfor
rfor sdriv-rfor six of the enlisted man's eight and a. half years of ser service.
vice. service. He lives with his wife Betty at Fort Amador.
: ... i (U.S. Army Fnoto)

Reds Brand US
Marine Training
At Parris Cruel

. wnsnrrar JTTPY.Th faurnal So

viet Fleet loday branded the Unit-I
ed States Marine training system
a "savage example of the primi primitive
tive primitive notorious Americay way pf
lif$ which makes even the armed
forees slaves tp millionaires."
Under the .subheadline "Savage
Customs in American Barracks,"
the Soviet organ said "cruel"
-treatment of recruits was an ev everyday
eryday everyday occurrence at the Parris
Island, S.G., Marine base.
! The article suggested that the
same treatment existed in other
branches -of the U.S. armed serv services.;
ices.; services.; It asserted that; the, Parrfs
Island system was an "insepar "insepar--
- "insepar-- ableTpart of ttfe,notorioi(s Amef Amef-fcai
fcai Amef-fcai wayof CJivia'g.:-w3ilch? pursue
one aim' to force servicemen
obediently to ,,serve the interests
of millionaires and act as sup suppressors
pressors suppressors of. freedom and : inde-
pendence." i
; The report cited alleged, exam examples
ples examples of "inhuman" treatment at
Parris Island such as "beating
recruits while they were in the
showers, holding naked bayonets
under the stomachs of men sup supporting
porting supporting themselves on their el elbows
bows elbows arid toes," and forcing them
to" march through dangerous
swamp a reference to the April
1956 training incident in which six
men were djrowned.
Solon's Bill Would
Cut Down Size 01
'Unduly Bin' Firms

i WASHINGTON, Feb. 23 (UP) -Rep.
Ludwig Teller (D-NY) intro introduced
duced introduced .legislation today designed
to reduce the siie of "unduly big"
businesses.' It also seeks to pre prevent
vent prevent i other firms from becoming
"excessively" big through merg mergers
ers mergers and consolidations,
i The proposal would create 'a
new government agency, called
the '..National Commission For
Free Economic Development. It
would, have jurisdiction over any
business with assets of 10 million
dollars or more or controlling
more than 10 per cent of an. in-i
dustry-, t .,. --1
The .live -member bipartisan
commission would pass on mer mergers
gers mergers and hve authority to order
existing corporations to reorgan reorganize
ize reorganize to' cut their size-- r-

Vhatssa Matter
With Celebrating

Your Birthday???
MIAMI (UP) Yesterday was

George wasmngton s Dinnaay ana
WaKhinffton. 47. annarent-

lv fslahratod Inn murh last nieht.

Ho went hPtnrp a citv luaee mis

morning on charges of being

drunk. ,. .v

Evangelist Series
of Meetings Begin

Pastor W.' H. Waller, of the SDA
Churches has announced the begin'
ning of their annual. Evangelistic

meetings at me ig a-ospbl 4 em
;m' Rioba36, next tof, the SDA
,'Mk iLf aatinrre will HaIH

nightly, except Friday, beginning
at 7:30 o'clock with; a half hour
period of "community singing.
The topic to be discussed on the
bpening night tomorrow will be
"The Crash 0! Nations and the
Flight of Peace" and will be de delivered
livered delivered by Evtngelist Owen U.
Holness, of Jam.-.ica, BWI, who will
be guest speaker at this meeting.
The public is invited to attend
each of these meeting of spiritual
reviving.

Last Color Travel
Film Shows Monday
The fast in the Balboa, YMCA YMCA-USO's
USO's YMCA-USO's color travel film series wiil
be shown in the YMCA auditorium
nnvt MnnHav a. 7-30 II. m. The

films to be shown are "Wings to

Ireland" and a newsreel type ot
film titled "PAA Report UT. V4."
The showing is open to the public.
Say Pretty Please
SAIGON, Vietnam' (UP) The
English' language is spreading
cnmoiimfi aurkarHIv in South

Vietnam where nearly everyone

learned trencn in me oia cuiomai

days.
An imtrlriii wnm'an.siiri "nnn

to a young Vietnamese girl who

was selling peanuts at me contin continental
ental continental Hotel's sidewalk tables. "Go

to hell, s'll vous piait,;- me gin
shouted.

fa? LOMtfiL

TvvS

. The Lvt'ef Christ is greater than
human understanding1. ... It i expressed
in His sacrificial life, His atoning- death,
His triumphant victory.
, SUNDAY BEGINS THE
MISSIONARY CONFERENCE
' Missionaries Films Displays Slides
Stirring Messares SpeeUl Music
" v Iniermative CbaUenring
; t:Jt-SUNDAY SCHOOL (Classes for the family)
MORNING WORSBIP J
"N Harvest Befort Sowint"
.: YOUTH rELLOWSHIP """"
7:0 EVENING GOSPEl HOUR
V "Great la Misajonarr ViMon"
FILM: -BEFORE THE HARVEST (Color) :
-v NURSERY PROVIDED WELCOME v .,
- ."A Wirm Hearted Church" :
(URUIIDU PROTESTAIIT CHURCH

V

. .It Uua I

Who cares about getting Mars lor owngw.nwtj
about making it worth our while? v

, 1 J i J
Sr.

' LOOKING AHEAD-In her first photo since her recent spinal
operation, actress Elizabeth Taylor poses with producer Mike
Todd as they prepare to leave New York's Idlewild Airport for
- Mexico. They told reporters there is "no doubt" about their
plans to marryi .. : ,., ., ,j

i

S4 Church 4ivay rom. JJomt
With a Welcome Jail ai Jrienlty
Attend Church this Sunday with the whole
family at the
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
BALBOA HEIGHTS, C. Z.
Saturday 7:30 p.m. Youth Night
Just returned from Palestine
Dr. ROLAND BROWN Chicago, 111.
Pictures of Arab-Jew Conflict
Mission Work of Palestine
Sunday
9:30 Bible School (Classes for all ages)
10:40 "The Tragedy of Departure From God"
6:30 Baptist 'Training Union
Dr. Don 'P. Shidler
7:30 Missionary Pictures from Africa
Gospel Mess&ge Dr. Don P. Shidler
RADIO OUTLET HOXO 760 Kcs.
William H. Beeby, Pastor
EVERYONE WELCOME NURSERIES PROVIDED
Monday 7:30 Men's Brotherhood
Dr. Don P. Shidler Speaking
Missionary Films Work In Alaska

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

OFFICE IN PANAMA
t9 Central Ave. at
corner f T" Street

COLON BRANCH:
Front 'St- at eerner eerner-f
f eerner-f Ttb .St-

AMERICA S KING OF ROCK N ROLL

Nl

AND THE TEENAGERS

ARRIVING MARCH 1st
AT THE GREAT

c

si

0

DANCE PAVILLI0N
ACROSS FROM THE O.K. AMIGO

. ,! f '

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- wV

4, JTtiii

..-,. KrBf l"rf

FRANKIE LYMON AND THE TEENAGERS
ore scheduled to arrive here Mgrch 1st directly from New York's Paramount Theater. Right ftr tht
Carnival, Frankie & The Teenagers will be leaving for London's Palladium.
COME ALONG, HAVE FUN
WITH
FRANKIE LYMON AND THE TEENAGERS

o ARMANDO BOZA & HIS 16 MUSICIANS

tCLi METRONOME COMBO from COLON

.iJSSr it tup nrT

A I inC VJtvcMI

b
!(T

vie

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CIGARETTES

DANCE PAVILLION

! V,V1

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LA. De'ROUX,' CARI OS'MOUYNES V
Mansrer Seb-Bianacer
- HOURS:
.. ;
v From t.M tjn. u m.
SATURDAYS: from I N sjb U 12. H



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SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 83, lMt'
m PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILT NEWSPAPER
TAct jrocm

Church of Christ

W. W. Burrow, Evangelist
Yf Telephone S-3602
BALBOAt 0851, a)boa iMi
f l Tscrvleai Sunday a 11:00 am
'ttiCia i:'i
gJTO ASAJQ: House Ho. 8084 l&tb St
aunoav w mb
Unitarian
IU
UNIIAKIAN
HOClRXt
10 JO ML
Bld& Ml
AncoD'Blvd, A
Mam? Plaaa
Ancon
out invitation
W liberal
religion-
Baptist
COtuU BAPTiST CHURCH
Drawer a
Phone a-o
art f. Faderewsfci, Feetor
those a-lJl
Sunday School, Jm
Krohg Worship
4dW
diTonth .... 7:80 pan.
"Sdafr? 10:00 am
first baptist church
Balboa Halghta. C.Z.
tn Ancon Boulevard
Drawer "B" Balboa Helgbte
Phone Balboa 1727
William H. Beeby, Fastos
Bun da; School
Mining Worship 10:4 am
Bspttetlrsunicg OatoD .... DJn
ranaaliatte Samoa 7:80 0
f?rY?7r Meeting Wednee.
A7 .... 10 pm.
Will BiW Study Tbure-
days-
Men's BTOiharlwod nJ
Monday Id month)
riBST BAPTIST CHURCH
. Margarita Avenue at SU Street
jitatgarlta. Canal Zone
Jlrv. Fred B. Both. Paste-
Bunday School 0:g am
Ming Worship 11:00 am
'Bantirt Training Union, 6.30 pm
Evening Worship I'-jS nm-
Brothedtoed, Tuwdaya ...... 00 mj.
Prayar barvtcea, waamaoaya iw
8.A mnoaan,
Salvation Army
Oioa.aonlnational Bvaaclina
MCtlB(I
XHB PACIFIC SIDi
0ANAMA CITY
Captain & Mra. H. Grant
A fabruary Street, Phone: M-200M
11:00 Wojineaa Meeting.
3:00 &uiday School.
7:30 Salvation Meeting.
LA BOCA C Z.
Lieutenant Pansy Campbell
Building So. 1080, Phone: 2-U5S
ll:0O Uuiinea Meeting.
Sunday School.
7 -JO Sahration Meeting.
PARAiKO. CZ.
Karay f Mn C U Moaalae
Gulara SaeeL
:00 Sunday School
11:00 Hoiineee Meeting.
:00 Sunday School.
7 JO baivatioo Meeting.
aejtn-cjamqn fMi arqanM et:gi
SCapUln Syslln Taylor
11:00 lioUneca Meeting.
ouqag amia OCI
COLON THIRD STREET
740 Salvation Meeting.
BAIN BOW CITT CX.
temwoy J. GilL
Be Kitta and Jamaloa Street.
11 KM Haimaat Meeting.
S:00 Sh-nday BchooL
7:30 Salvation Meeting.
COLON CAMT1CAU
Baaier Tapv and Mn. C. Mooaaawsy.
lith StreeL Phone: M-7VL

I '""f1 I

Union Churches
Vkata all Preaaataaia caeperata with
Mlty In aarcabaia, Hperty In aa aa-eallali
eallali aa-eallali and eherity la) aB IHaaa
. THE ATLANTIC StOB
BATVN
Bay. Bay Blakely, Pattot
Phone S-34S
tttS Church School.
11:00 Worahip Service.
: p.m. Sr. Youth followthip.
iX pjn. Jr. Touth Fellowahip.
HA RC AWT A
The Bev. f aol H. W. Olanda. Pastof.
Phurie -)4M.
3.00 Sunday School,
juraary.
: Touth reiiowaalBk
; THE PACIFIC S1DB
" fjALBOA
Tha irer. Oarer W. Olten, PaaOpe
Balboa RA at Saa Pablo St
' Phone 3-1 if Charch Offlea X-3XM.
. S30 Church School Prae bua earvico.
E?ni Dteeuaaloti Grwm
. U30 Worabip Scrriae Tea Expanded
Beeaioa tor Kurtery. Kioderaartan.
- Prtmary and Junior Oeota.
Chureli-tiBia Pku for children
. under X
. TT0 Junior-High Penaenhlp.
, 0 Peat-High Peilovahip.
I t Saaior-Uiata Feilcrahln.
! SAMBOA
. Be. Walker Ml Alderte. lfialrtil
. .: a-47a Ilea.: cu
Sunday Serrlcea:
' Ja in. Smday School.
. lA:a Momtnv t'mkl.

(Official aeaetin and week day ctt-
WctJanst
: or wmoom csubcs
. UMttth Coaieranae
Baa. WiHlaea H. niaim aag
- .- una at. r.
IMta, Jevairt Prayat anal I
JAP p-at PeaMtay Behacg,
: aa mm Prm and I
. TWtTI aUTBOOISl CXUetOi
fdt Banat ad Meieadaa Aiwa a,
' dm. p-'""
Cap. tea ii a, VaMea. aflneatey
. lAaerelw Barelea Bary
Vn ataa. I mm$ 9m Win,
fey Caanmoniea lf Buo4a
Step dap, Ba. Prayaa 11 1 Wiag

ISTHMIAN

ad Va aaaae leJtka la

itiaa ai Panama anal Catan, apaHe f PandaM, aitee weieaaaa
t all trmw to nM a4 waeaea at rha eraae1 aarvieaa, aaa to ciyiliaa
aatajhbpn, triaaeH and atrpaawra.
Aa a peelu- samca, the The Paaaata Aaaerkaa liart Batow. ky
dPPPWlwtledt, aatkaa at haurt at wonhip and arhar ratalar totHrlMaa.
Uarinaa ara earated tram tima to tiaaa. Deaaiariaa havidfl
aar aaa er rwa canfratlaaa are lilted" uadei "0tM Charchaa Aaa"
erViMP." A appcial liMiat eluU4 tot PMVicap at Arary aaph,
Ah Prrcr hewa and Navel Matlaa.

Mraeataia. charch fecratarlea

rha aewi aetk ia wriHrtf hr WeJaaadar aaaa at the latott at
chanaat lor tha camiag Satutday ehurch egaa.

EBCNfZKIt MKTHOUIS1 CHUECk)
Kainoow vaiy,
Ha. Samuel Walden, Minuter
Sunday Service t axa. and a US p.m.
iunaaychool lor all ager. at 0:30 pm
"Tour Invitation To Worahrp."
Tiieadav n.m Prarw Veetit-r
Christian Scientist
CtUUSTLMe 0L1AJHCA KMVUUUOt
flrat Church at Chruo, Sctanuav An col
(60 Alteon Boulevard.
lundar 1X:W)1 Wedneadat 1:0V OA
Sunday Sdiool S.S0 a.m
Irai Cnarcnai Canawaciepnet, i
IStb Street Bobvai High
LTtatsba
way
Sunday 11:00 ajn. Wedneaday :K P ".
Catholic
ST MART'S CHURCH Balboa
Buniy M.J-: 7:00. 1:00. 10.00 and
l2rtolyDay Mpaaaa: :51 1:00. H a.n.
"fLtaS: Saturday, 8:30 to tM
and 7:00 to 8:00 p.m. Thursday, paiore
First r rtuBV : I : w u .w i-"-
MuwMloue Medal Novena: 7:00 pJ
on Monday,
Catacniam eunai
Hfgh'school Study Club pm on
Wednesday.
SACKED HEABT Aacoa
Sunday Masse.: S:5a. 7:30 & 0.30 e
Holy Day manses: 3:55 a.m. and 5.00
B'??l.ir,.. Saturdav 3:30 to 6 00 and
7:15 to g:00 p.m. Thursday before first
Tridav 7:oo p.m.
Sacred Heart Devotions: 70 pjs. an
rCathlam Class: 1:1 to 4:4& pjn. on
Thursday.
OUK LADI OP FAT1MA Curunds
Sunday Mass st 3:00 s m.
Holy Dsy Mass at :30 p.m. p.m.-Confessions:
Confessions: p.m.-Confessions: :00 to :S f on sai-
catecnum via" ...
ST. JOSEPH ParaUe
Sunday Masses at 7:00 and 8:1$ gjn.
Holy Day Mass at 6:00 p.m.
Weekday Masses: . :00 a.m.
Confessions: Saturday 1:30 to :U and
ao to 7:30.
Cataclusni liumi aunuay a.w w. ..w
P' Miraculous Meual Hovenai
pm
on Friday.
Thursday 7:00
Convert ineirucuunu
p.m.
ST. TIN CENTS PanaaU City
Sunday Masses: 6:00 and 3:30 a.m.
Holy Day Masses: 6:30 and S.00 p nv
(It It tails on Saturday tha Masse are
CohfsasIms: Baturdaji.i to M0 and
7:00 to 6:00 pm fnuraoays
JZJ; Hoton. and Bt..
Hons of tha Cross; fridsy 7:Mp.m.
Catechism Class: Altar iM turn an
'covert Class i J6 p.. Tuesday and
Thursday.
BT. THERESA'S CeeeB
. I u.m, a-SA am
Uni. Hi. Mib : 6 :00 sjn. (It It lalU
Saturday- a.m.)
Catechism biaai:
UCon(aad(si 3.00 to 3:30 am Sunday.
ST. iOIOi BAPTIST1 f)B LA SAIXB
Paroaa Lelevra
m u.M- a-ao and S:30 a.m.
Week Days Mass: 6:30 Mon. Thurs
m. and Sat First Friday mass: 6:00 a m
Holy Dey Massasi 6:00 am to 6:00
p.m.
nei. i-ia to S JO and 1 :00 to
nj .hinl.t
ew. -. r,-"f : m,... in
Miraculous meoai ""..w.
''Catechism Class: 3 10 pm. ori Sunday
BT. ntamtoar m
Convert Claasi Monday 7 JO am
Sunday Mass: 7.-00 am
Holv Day Mass: i:30 p.m.
JnaTSaturday :30 to 740 p m
Thursday before First Friday :
aaraariiBnnrl I MBajaj J ia UJII. ll ajwaw j
uauart Nnvtu: 7:00 ptn. on
iMUV
'convert Claast ISO pm an Thursday
ATLANTIC SIDE
ST. JOSEPH'S Celoa
Sunday Masses: 6:45. 6:00 and 9M am
HorT Day Masses: tAi and 6:00 am
JfZ. Saturday 4:00 to 1:00 and
'Miraculous Medal Novena i Wednesday
1:15 and 7 :o pm
Sacred Heart novena : i now i v
sunaay tvoimi r r
rv.rt ciui 7:13 nm on Mondays
and Tnursoays.
r.t.MMi rtaaa! iunirsv 10:11 am to
11 ajn. 3:00 pjn. to 40 pm.
ed, Sacrament all day. Reposition at t JO
a.m. Saturday morning.
First Saturday Devotions to our Lady
of rati ma The Holy Rosery-S.OO a m
w r.d.M.nlAM fnvtntntfnn for etui
r n t ........
dren Mondays snd Thursdays 4:00 to
7 .00 pm.
MlKACtJLOVS MEDAL CrlatAbal
Sunday Masses: 1:60, 6:00 and 10:30am
Hr.iv h.v Masses: 6:60, V00 am and
S IS p.m.
Confessions: Saturday 4:00 to 100 snd
7 -00 to 1 :00 p m. After Rosary each eve-
" M'lraculoua Medal Novsnai 3:11 and
70 p m. on Monday.
Catechism Clsss: After 6:06 Mass on
Sunday.
First Friday EvposfUea aO day during
the School Year.
First satnrday: Mass at sira aaa.
BOLT FAMILY CHTRCH to Margarita
r,H. an.,. u,.' S 00 em.
Weekday Masses: 80 am
Sajtrday ... 76 pm to s e p.m.
Miraculous Medal Novena 7 JO pm
Holy Day Masses: 7 JO ajn. 3:13 p m.
Confession ... 3 45 pm. to 4:45 pm
every Monday
Parish Family Rosary and
Benediction 746 pm
Discussion Inquiry Group 7 J6 pm
vei v rnoay.
1st Friday Devotions ... T p.m
1st Saturday Devotions .. 7 0 p m
BT. TTNCISrTt Rafesbaw CHy
Saaaay Maaaesa: 6J6 a. a. and 60
toe Day Miami 6 am and 6M
pm
Confedonet 4-66 la 6J6 aed 746 to
IM pm. Saturday
Cateeheam Class: t '43 e m. est Sunday
Cearveri Claaa sissy M in day at I 0
'"kniaialoaa Medal fteveaai 1J6 pja
aa Twin. I
Sacred aiean RovvsaM I J pm aa
Friday.
rfriTJjTECnNCsTTIOR CrA

CHURCH NOTICES

Mad baa) ZM. aBe) ft tPfwkMi
and chaaknaa art aakad to
Holv Dav MaM: SrflO 13. m.
Confessions: 6:30 to 7:00 pm. 00 Sat
iB-day.
Calerhlsrc Class- 4.-0A nm t Monday
OUK LADV OF GOOD COUNSEL
Gam boa
Sunday Masses: 7:00 and 8:30 a.m.
Holy Day Masses: 6:00 a.m. and S:O0
pm
Confessions Saturday at 7:00 pm and
after all evening devotions.
Baptisms by appointment
Miraculous Medal Nov anal 1:00 pm.
on Tuesday.
Sacred Heart Novena: 7.-00 pm an
Friday: m
Sunday School: 6:30 p.m. on Sunday.
Heligioua Instruction- Class tor Chil Children:
dren: Children: 4:00 p.m. on Thursday.
Religious Instruction for sdults (Con (Conducted
ducted (Conducted In Spanish): 7:00 p.m on Mon.
day.
Convert Instructions bv appolntmeitt
Episcopal
The Rt. Bey, b. Heber Coedea. S.T.D,
Tha Very Rev. Malnert J.
S.TJB., Dean
Petersoa,
ANCON, CJt
THA CATHEDRAL OF ST. LUKE
SUNDAYS
1 :S0 a n fioly Communion.
6:30 in Santa Communion (4th Sun Sunday).
day). Sunday). 9:30 a m. Church School.
9:45 m. Escuela Dominical.
11.00 am. Morning Prayer and Sermon.
Holy Communion, ( First Sun Sunday).
day). Sunday). 7:00 pm. Evening Prayer and Sermon
WEDNESDAYS
Holy Communion.
Evening Prayer.
8:30 a m.
7:00 pm.
HOLY DAYS i
6:00 am Hoiy Communion.
8:30 am Holy Communion.
jJAILY
(.13 am Morning Prayer.
17:00 Mis-da Missionary Prayers.
COCOL1
Church of St. Andrew
The Rev. William W. Baldwin,
Priest In Charm
SUNDAYS
Holy Communion 7:30 a.m.
Family Prayer and
Church School 8:30 am
(Also Holy Communion 2nd.
Sunday enqh month)
Morning Prayer & Sermon 11 00 a.m
(Also Holy Communion 1st.
Sunday each month)
WEDNESDAYS
Holy Communion 8:00 a.m.
COROXAL
beph
Ha
The Rev. Clarence W. Hayes,
Priest la Chaise
FRIDAYS
1:00 am. Momma Praver.
tt isLC. pja friday aash Month).
'-' AMBOA
Bt Slmea'a Cbateb
Tha Rev. John Spear, Priest ia Charge
SUNDAYS
Choral Eucharist and Ser Sermon
mon Sermon 7:00 e m
Church School 3:00 p m
Episcopal Young Churchmen S:0O p.m.
Evensong and Sermon 7 :00 p Jn.
MONDAYS. TUESDAYS.
and FRIDAYS
Morning Prayer and Holy.
Communion 6:00 a.m
Evening Prayer 7:00 pm
Woman's Auxiliary, 2nd and
4th Thursdsys 7:36,p m
WEDNESDAYS A THURSDAYS
Hnlv Communion 7 :0O s.m
Morning Prayer :00 a m.
Evening Prayer 7:00 pm
SATURDAYS
Family Eucharist ......... : a.m.
Office at Compllna t:00 pm
LA BOCA
St Peter's Church
The Rev. John Spear, Priest to Charge
SUNDAYS
Morning rrsyer ana wnurcn
School
6 JO am
Choral
Eucharist and Sar-
mon
Holy Baptism
Kvensonc and Address
10:36 a.m.
12:00 noon
7:30 p m
3rd MONDAYS
Vmhii', Anvtltarv .
7 JO p m
nmacnlVl nr FEAST DAYS
Holy Communion
PALO SECO
Chapel of tha Holy Comforter
Ten. L. B. Shirley, Priest la Charge
THURSDAYS
8:30 am. Holy Communion.
MARGARITA
Church of St. Margaret
Kapevt and Braioa Blvd.
The Rev. Jesse K. Renew, Rector
SUNDAYS
7:30 a m. Holy Communion
8:45 am Church School
11:00 a m. Morning Prayer
Last Sunday each Month. Holy Com
THURSDAYS and HOLY DAYS
8:30 a.m. Holy communion.
Chaael at Our Saviour
WEDNESDAYS
3 JO a.m. Holy communion.
FAR AISO
The Rev. Allan R. Wentt,
Priest la Charge
The Rev. David A. Osborne,
Vicar Emeritus
SUNDAYS
I N am Choral tuchariat Sermon
6:30 a.m. Infant Baptism.
3 .00 nm Church School
iheid In Building 121) ...
IM pm Youth FeUowsbia
-m. F.vvaonS and A oar sea
2nd and 4th WEDNESDAYS
I JO p mi women a uaiuar m. m.-Lar
Lar m.-Lar tiutld Meeting
PANAMA Cm
St. Paal'a Chare
Ia faa, Leaaaet B. Shirley. Reetot
Tfc. In Fits R. Atwefl. Dsaeoa
SUNDAVU
6:00 am Holy Cemreuntoa
s ou am suns hkhvh. Y'r'
10:46 a m. Iforrung Prayer and Cbureh
Schaoi
120 aocv Holy Bapttsm
TUESDAY
. u n-i
as e va rwr wgiroww
T "Oe pm, sverrmg -rajr
mURSiJAYS AND F Hit) ATS
a a ria inlaa
HOLY DAYS
OS a,, awry
CIIRJST C8TRCa7 HY-THE-SEA
m Eptscepal
Colon. R. P.
(Ooaoslte Hot-J Wemmgtant
The nev. s
The
SUNDAYS
6 J6 am Holy Comrmrnioa.
6 40 am Morntng Prayer.
I mi. Choral Euehanat and
16 36 am Church grehool.
I J6 pm Sot em
awn.
. WEDNESDAYS
6-66 a m. Hety Comraurrtoa.

t J aaa. Evening Prayer and

8:30 pm Adult Confirmation Class,
1 THURSDAYS
1:00 pm Evening Prayer and Medita Meditation.
tion. Meditation.
FRIDAY
6:00 a.m. Children's Eucharist.
SATURDAY
t0:00 a.m. Junior Confirmation Clasp.
7:30 p m. Compline and Meditation.
RAINBOW CITT
' thnrtb of St. Mary, the Virata
The Rev. John A. Spalding,
Priest In Charge
SUNDAV8 5
Sung Eucharist 7 JO am
, Churuh School :4i am
' Evens-air? and Sermon .... 7:30 p.m

THURSDAYS
Holy Communion. 7:00 am
RIO ABA JO
St Christopher's Church
10th Street, Parque Lefevre
The Rev. Clarence W. Hayes,
Priest In Charge
The Rev. Clarence A. CrafWtlL
Assistant
SUNDAYS
6:00 a.m. Holy Communion.
7:30 a m. Sune Eucharist and Sermon.
10:30 a.m. Morning Prayer and Church
. School.
12:00 noon Holy Baptism.
6:30 p.m. Evensong and Sermon.
MONDAYS
7:30 p.m. In and 3rd. Woman's Auxl
liary.,
TrmsriAVs
6:30 p.m. J u n 1 o r Daughters of the
n.ing.
7:30 p.m. Youth Fellowship, t
WEDNESDAYS
ft -nn am. Hnlv Communion.
7:00 p m. Evening Prayer and ReUgloui
instructions.
THURSDAYS
6:00 pm. Girls' Friendly Society.'
8:00 p.m. 1st and 3rd, Singletons.
SATURDAYS
6:30 a.m. Junior Confirmation Claa
Other Churches
CHURCH OF THE NAZARENR
Ancon, CZ. (,
Minister: Rev. Elmer O. Nelson
Box 98, Ancon. CZ. Balboa 2C0t
Sunday School
Morning Worship ....
Youth Service
Evening Service
N-FJtf.S. Service
Prayer Meeting, Wed.
,.. 8:45 ajn
,.. 10:30 a.m
.. 6:45 p.m
... 7:30 pm
., 7:00 p.m
.. 7:30 pm
NATIONAL BAPTIST CHURCH
PanamA K.P., 23rd Street East
Bev. S. N. Brown. Minister
SUNDAY:
Divine Worship 6 JO am
Sunday School .3:00 pm
Sunday Mass as 7, 7:45 11:45
ruo Abaja -P Sunday acnooi at
I KM pm
JEHOTAH'S WITNESSEB
U.Hn ThtirxrlaVB at 7:30 D.m. and
Sundays-st 4:00 pm. Wirs Memorial,
SOS Balbva Road, Balboa.
CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST
OP LATTER-DAY SAINTS (Mormon)
Sunday meetings in the LDS Chapel
on Balboa Road.
Sunday Sehooi 10:00 a.m.
Sacrament Meeting 6:00 p.m.
Primary; Monday 3:30 p.m
Relief Society; Tuesday... 9:30 am.
MIA; Wednesday 7:30 p.m
Telephone Balboa 4227.
Atlantic Branch
Building 200, Schoolhouse Road Gatun,
canal one
Sunday School, Sunday .. 8:30 a.m
Sacrament meeting; Sunday 11:00 a.m.
Priesthood meeting Wed... 6:30 p.m.
Primary, Wednesday .i.. 6:30 p.m.
Heller society, as announced.
Telephone, Gatun 364 or Cristobal 2687
CURUNDU PROTESTANT CHURCH
"A Warm Hearted Church"
Milton K. Leldlg,, Minister
Phone Res. 83-7116 Of. 83-5105
Sunday School 3:30 am
(A class for every age)
Morning Worship 11:00 a.m
Youth Fellowship 6:00 p.m.
Eevening Worship 7:00 p.m.
Prayer and Praise (.Wed.) 7:00 p.m.
A church nursey ia provided for your
use.
OLD CATHOLIC CHURCH
St Raphael The Archangel
IStb St West No 1
Holy Buchariat: Sunday at 7 JO am
Tu en da vs. Wednesdays and Tburadavi
6J0 am
Sacrament ot Onetkro (Heating aar.
vice) First Sunday ot each month a
7 JO om
HaUbet. Christies Chare
Panama R. P.
Bt Rev. T. .ima D. D. Bishop
officiating.
Morning devotio ai ........ 6:00 am
Fellowship Worship at 11:00 am
Sunday School at ............ 2:00 pm
ui vine service ai 13(1 p,
BAHA1 CENTER
BAHAI'S CENTER
54 First Street
Urbenlsadon El Carmen, Panama City.
Informal Talks and Discussions
Thursdays... 8:00 pm
ceiea, sth at rreai atreew
tapstatn Asserieaa Baaaar)
Study Claasaa Tbursdaya, tJO
pm
BETHEL MISSION CHVRCB
Espalaba St Paraiso, CZ.
Rev Waldaba H. Stewart. Paster
Sunday: 11:00 am Worship Service.
?:00 p.m. Sunday School.
:1S pm Gospel Service.
Monday: 7 JO Young People's Society
WaMto-earlav- 7 SO Mld-waek Christian
Fellowship.
Thursday: s:tw cnoir rxenearssi.
Friday: 7 JO Women's Missionary So Society.
ciety. Society. THE CHURCH OP GOD
7636 Eighth Street Coles
Rev. G. W. Graadisaa, Paitor
Sunday Schol 8:30 a.m.
Morning Worship ............ 10:30 a m
Night Service 7 JO pm
FIRST CHURCH OP GOD
Car. Jaasatca aad Trinidad Saw
RaJaaow Ctty, Canal Eeae
Rev. O. W. Gsaadlsea. Paster
Momma Wonhht 8:00 am
Sunday School .............. 10 30 a.m.
Night Service
7 JO pj
THE CHURCH OF COD
New Pievldeare
Mrs. Maaas Hiaea. Pastor
Sundav School .............. 10:08 a
Morning worship lino am
Night Service 7 JO pm
THE OTITRCH OP GOO
Paaaaut City
Car. "N aaa Stariaaa Areaeaama Sat
Rev. Was. J. Jehaaaa. Paster
Sundav School ......... 6J0 a.m
Morning Worship ........... 16:30 am
Night Service ........a 7 JO am
THE CHimCH OF GOD !e Aheto
Mcate Osrare Rd-I6th Bt
Bev. la J. Jehaaaa. Paatee
Sunday Schoo 6 JO am
Mornina Wra-ahSs ........... 16:36 a
Nifbt Service ,f J6 p-m
eaaaaa-ssaPajaajsi
CimCrt OF OD trVntoeaetal)
Rev. B E. Watson. Overseer
Phena 6-426. Bos 253. Gemboa
Ctuarcbea at Pare (so. CZ. (Rev. and
Mra Barman Q. Whvtek Colon. R.P
(Rev. Fernaitdo Lea-eneel. Ria Abajc
(Rev. and Mrs. Charles Keynes), snd
CatreJ (Rev. and Mrs. Clifford Creevael
Sunday aad weak days services at at
COMMTArrrv CHTRCa
Dtoeto Heigbla. CJL
(FUll Goapell V
Rev. Cart V. Tlnnipsia, M mister
Bes 2TS, GaiarM. CX
6-811
Special hfnoers Bids, DUbie HeighM
9unday School ........... I -45 a m
Worship Servica 2646 aaa.
Yoarh Service 7 pja
Bvengelisric Senica ...... 7:36 pas
Wed. Bible Study as Prayer 1 J6 am

Posts and Bases
. PACIFIC' sm v ..
noustam
FORT AMADOU
Sunday School ................. :0C
Morning Worship .............. 1060
Church-Time Nursery School.... 16 JO
FORT CLAYTON
Sunday Sdiool (Building No.
186) 6:00
Morning Worship ;.. 10:15
Wednesday Evening Prayer Meet Meeting
ing Meeting and Bible Class .......... 6:30

FORT KOBBE
Dally Mass
1:15
8:00
Saturday Mass ..........
Sunday School ........
Sundav Mornina Worship
, 8:00 a.m
10:30 a.m,
Sunday Masses 8:00 6c 11:45
Monday Novena Devotions .... 7 :30
Confessions-Saturday ..... 6:00 A 7:30
Sunday Family Hour ..... 6:30 pm
ALBKOOK AIR FORCI BASK
Sundav School 1:30
Adult Bible Class iNCO Club).. 6:30
Morning Worship ....... ;30 A 10:45
Youth Fellowship 6:30
U.S. NAVAL STATION. Rodman
Sunday School ................. 8:30
Morning Worship .............. 11:00
Holy Communion First Sunday
of Month) :
ISth ND HEADQUARTERS CHAPEL
Morning Worship 6:00
Holy Communion First Sunday
oi Month) ;.. ... ...
Catholla
rmr AMADOR 1
Daily Mass 1:30
Sunday Masses ..........1:30 tt 8:00
Confessions. Saturday ...6:30 A 7:30
Sunday .........8:30 8:00
FORT CLAYTON
Daily Mass
Sunday Masse ......
Confessions, Saturday
6:45
7:45 at 6:00
7:30 8:00
Sunday Mass
...,... v:ou
rnRT KOBBE
Saturday Mast 6:00
Simrlv Uaaaca 7:00 A 8:00
fin.ni.n 8:00
COKOZAL
Daily Mass a:30
No. 7111 ....7:00 tt 1:30
Confessions, Saturday (Building
ALBROOK AIR FORCE BASE
Daily Mass a:
c..J.u VT-,.a .... 100
Sunday Masses 7:45 V 12:00
Spanish 7:00
Novena Services-Tuesday 7:06
Confessions-Saturday 7:00
U.S. NAVAL STATION, Rodman
Datlv Mass
4:00
9:30
Sunday Mats
Jewish
FORT KOBBE
Saturday a:vu
ALBROOK AIR FORC-i BASE
Saturday
USO-JWB (Balboa)
Friday rw
ATLANTIC SIDE
Prolmtanl
FORT DAVIS ...
Sunday School :a
Morning Worship 11:00
Midweek Fellowship, Thursday.. 7:30
FORT GULICK
Sunday school :
Morning Worship 11:00
Youth Fellowship. Sunday 6:00
U.S. NAVAL STATION, Coco Solo
feunaay acnooi ev
Daily Mass ....,..........-).. :3o.
I Morntng worship ... na. m.vu
I Holy Communion First Sunday
Oi WWUQ1
Cathorls
Sunday Mass t:30
Confessions, Sunday 8:45
FORT GULICK
Daily Mass
Sunday Mass
Spanish
Confessions, Saturday
7:00
......... 7:45
8:45
..6:00 4s 7:00
U.S. NAVAL STATION, Coco Solo
Dally Mass 7:00
Sunday Mass 6:00
COCO SOLITO
Sunday Mass 7:30
Jewish
FORT GULICK
Tuesday
1:15
Seventh Day
Adventisl
Weekly 1 Services in all Churches as
follows
SATURDAY:
Sabbath School 6:30 am
Divine Service 11:00 am
Youth's Meeting 4:30 p.m.
Wednesday Bible Study and Prayer
Service 7:30 p.m.
Pacific Side Panama A Balboa- District
Pastor W. H. Waller Tel. 28:3 3506
Ca bo Verde, Ave. J. F. de la Oass No.
17.
Chorrillo 25th No. 27
Pueblo Nucvo- S-A St between Srd
and 4th Sta.
Rio Abajo 11th St. No. 27
Balboa Chapel 6844 'GavUaa Rd. Bal Balboa
boa Balboa (Saturday only).
Spanish Charchaa Faaama aad
Cristdbola District
Pastor Ruben Ruix
Panama. Calle Darien No. I
Cristobal, 16th Bolivar Ave.
Gamboa A Frijolea.
District Pastor A. A. Gristle -Tel.
No. S-102
Gamboa Praltt Parkway Frllelaa.
Atlantic Side Coloa aad
Crittobal District
Pastor Neblett Tel. 28:826 ''
Colon Srd St. Central Ave. CrtftA-
bel lth Ac Bolivar Ave.
Central office: Gavllaa Road TaL 3-
1858.
Jewish
Jewl-n Welfare Board Bid Ttt-X La
Boca Road. Balboa. CZ. Rsbbi Natharj
Wltkin Director.
Servie Friday, 7J8 am Sabsrday.
5 JO am
(See its ttstinn of Jewish
under Pots, Basse and Stations).
Concreeation Kot Snearrtb Israet Ave-
nlda Cbi and 36th Street Bella Vista.
Panama env service 8:Pe pm
Lutheran
REEDF.MER LUTHERAN CHURCH
Belbea Read at Wight HrraaS
Rev Kotxrt P. Gassirk. Pastes
PO. Bos 666. Balboa.
Sunday School. Bible class I -OS am
Divine Serviee 16:15 am
"Divine Service at Margarita tin Rt
Margaret's Episcopal Church) Sunday
4J0 pm" i.

X SiU
x or

Land Reform In Sardinia
Makes Material Progress

- .
CAGLIARI .'(UP) the ov
erniaent suroorted agency Ion
land reform in Sardinia, ETFAS
(isnte Jiiforma tondiana per ia
Sardegna), has been carrying out
profound material changes in this
island. '...
From a social p, o t at Of view,
ETFAS has achieved a miracleii
It changed the mentality, of the
Sardinian shepherds.
For centuries. Sardinian shep1
herds have been living in a sort of
wild isolation, looking after their
sheep and living from their tiocKS
with the same system u 1 e d by
their ancestors.
For centuries, the shepherds,
blinded by their hostility to mod modern
ern modern agricultural uystems,- h ivt
been the prey of greedy i spec speculators
ulators speculators who, for small amounts of
money, made good business in
dealing with them in sheep,-milk
and cheese. The losers were the
shepherds.
But with the progress, of land
reform, the situation is changing.!
ETFAS officials realized that tha i
only way to break the organiza
tion of the speculators, was to set
up cooperatives among the shep shepherds.
herds. shepherds. In the beginning, it was rather
difficult to win over the .diffidence
of the Sardinians, but the shep shepherds
herds shepherds soon realized that through
the cooneratives they were mak
ing more money than they used
to in deaimg wnn tneir oia ex exploiters.
ploiters. exploiters. Forests Dastrayetl
Now, the shepherds are flocking
tn the r-nnncrativo rintnrs tn de
liver their products, among which
is the world famous Pecoirino
cheese.; The age-old way of doing
hiialnoee ia tiniahcrl in tha v.nnps
under .control of. ETFAS. News of
the system of selling goods is
spreading, and soon the speculators
will be, out of business
FTFAS officials hona the lltl-
nrnvampnt in the livinff conditions
of the shepherds also will elimin eliminate
ate eliminate another aspect of their, back backward
ward backward mentality Some of them
believe that by destroying woods
anrl fnrects thv can have more
pasture for their sheep. There Therefore,
fore, Therefore, in x summer, they set afire
woods and forests. -m a iew aec aec-arlas
arlas aec-arlas S-irrlinia h Inst a eood deal
of its forestry patrimony.
Sardinia is also humming with
a great activity in other fields,
Th o-raat dam which is teine
built across the Flumendosa Rival-
nnrth nf Tapliari.' Will Drovide
water for the irrigation of the
vast cagliari province ana guoa
drinking water for its inhabitants:
- i, Raultt (Samtaetar ; s
PTFAS now. .controls 100.000
hantarpi nf land which are ,al-f
ready producing wheat, wine and
cheese, ine zone arouna t-aBuar,
onoe arid and. a desert,, is now
dotted with farm houses ano suos,
ti lintrarl Kv onnH mads.
7t!s American machines. rlT I
pers, scrapers and bulldozers are
t nmrir nnt nnlv in the Caeliaril
province but also in the Oristano
provmce, in me wesi-centrai iicin
ot the lsiano. u,
canals or irrigation ditches are
k.:r,t .Anctniniarl. transformine
this once watertcsa land into fer
tile zones.
are all around Sassari, home town
of Italian fremier Anioiuo oesui.
c.tinia la already eXDOrtinfl
a a. I
a&u.u.fx j
salt, wines, hard, wneai, cneews
and wool. Olive oil production will
be stepped up to become another
product for export.
v. 1.. .1 J- ..kiauarl are
..4i.rtnw hi-i'K a nmciais aaiu
HMUIvwi;)
They pointed out that at the end
of the last century, ouw.uw inmuw
were living in. Sardinia. Today, al although,
though, although, there is a certain amount j
ELECTRIC

Will be off in 2nd Street VistR Hsrmoti; Feo.
Fil6s and Rictrdo Mir6 Streets; Fernando de Ctr Ctr-doba
doba Ctr-doba Street betwaan 3rd Street Vista Hrmo8A
and Via Espana; Via Espana from FernandB de
C6rdoba to Via Porras; 16th Street San.FrAn-
cisco; 50th Street San Francisco; 10th Street
San Francisco; 7th Street San Francisco :and ;
Vis, Brazil from 7 ajn. to 12 noon n Sunday,
February 2. 1957. V

of emigration to tha continent, tha

inhabitants number more than
1,300,000.
' To increase the population of
the Island is one of the objectives
of the government. It knows that
many traditional evils of Sardinia,
banditry for instance, are due to
the deserted zones whieh still
xist. ;

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Egypt Announces
r.:::itary Trclnfris
For Hih Schools

CAIRO, Feb. 2$ (UPJ- Military
training will be mad compulsory
at boys and. girli high schooli
next, year, a conference -of Egypt
tian educational' leaders,, an.
nounced today;
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mmimmt rfceiveS ROTARY pflt-Preli Went Erhesto'de la GusWll Jr retfeltes a pin
PRESIDENT- REJ).LtwJ rristobal-Colon Rotary-Club at the inauguraUon of their
VZk P.esident-elect ot the, club- looK, &,

PRESIDENT P PANAMA INAUGURATES
j ROTARIAN CONFERENCE AT CRISTOBAL
j ; Thi th Coherence if District" -&Jffitfr
i formallV inunrated by Hig ExteUencythe President of f
V 5S.!TSS Ernesto de la Guardia Jr., on Thursday nigrht at -t
rrffifi fwthertaVSf Kotarians'and their wire, from
,.v fuJrril American Republics, Panama, David and Colon,
-: cnfbiiWeDiPlSniatic and Consular Coins. U. S.
SiStllSSw and students frome; CSARCAMB School.
at Fort GuUcfc and civo. dlRnataries of Colon. ( ;
t. Prpsident-wa accompanied Rotary Club" His aoMresi was to
, Tfte rresiaenp ,fttt,.H'i, t.ii, ff0m District Gov-

?r.iWwrtTmstte. Minister' d
Government Justice Victory
max.. ricuiHHM T
vas, JMinister of -.Commerce fc A-
griculture' Col ?B0livar vallati-
So, Commander of -the ( National
i Guard, Lf. Coi: Hentor Valdes,
'Chief of lheTSecret PoUce,' Lt. Cou
'Raul Ariai.'Aide d Camp to the
. 1a rnA lvv Sates.

, do). Chief of. Protocol. 1 f
. Seated on the -rostrum with
iTresidenlS 4 la.'Guai,dia.andrlila

Cabinet Ministers were jkuhmbw
a.... r.,,nnv nt Dist.nrt 110
, and th'o President ele6t,rJ. T. Bnt-
lef Jr.', IHegO- Aionso nuivjuBm,
tnni i'onrenttive' of Rotary
International P r e s 1 d rnf' Ola-
no Lan?, Joseph Harrington, Presi
dent -'of tne- unstooai-MMua' no no-.
. no-. h,!' nH rthir President eledt.
' jE. E. ;EstertoE Jr.; 'who also acted
s Master of Ceremonies, Fabian
Pinto,' Secretary General ? of -t h e
1 Conference, and W; H. Middlemas,
' Traintrw nf th rnnference.
'" Pf esident de la ? Guardia if gra-eiousrjr-accepted
an' honorary

membership oi me vnsioDai-uoion
- Club and In short but impressive
' speech welcomed the visitors to
. Panama -and formallx opened the
Conferene.n -mw -'
"! Following the President's open
'fngtalt, -Secretary General of the
Conference Fabian Pinto read the

. official 'decree irom Kptary uner-
national rcaUiriJ thers Conference
'.nf Pntrin Harrington then took
;?the floor to welcome tne aeiegawsi
,;la the name of the Cristobal-Colon
Jthe floor to welcome the delegates

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- (PA-C) Carnival Queen Candidates Emma Yelasco and Julieta Garcia, and membera of
, nTCoftjahto Casino Orchestra," are seen above during a parade of Hillman Minx Automobflea
loot Central Avenue. -.; .--- .... .
- The same day Miss Yelasco and Miss Garcia, with th Orchestra, visited the "Caaa del
PeriodisU" where they gave-a brief presenoation.

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ernor 'Francisco Guerra who i in
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urn; ZrZJT1S,iit rcessfy to view of

nrnlonmo frnm th President of Ro

"'IUllu"1 "1 ; .A-V-i-t-' Tne ladies were by no means o o-The
The o-The Governor, elect 'of. District vt.rMi .4 -iv ,i,itm Rnt.rv

110, Rotarian T.. J, Butler Jr.,of,An. wer- tfuest at a luncheon

the Cristobal-Colon Club was
introduced' to the gathering ana
made a short address. : j-
Introductions' and speeches et
weicumu. v SL
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presentation pf the National flags,
of the Countries repreientated,
Nicaragua, ranama ana oivBuur,.
to the strains of the National An

thems of each 4 Country renderet'Qj -"jtnn C Arc':"- a f

by the USAKUAKIB s.cnooi can i
of Fort Gulick under the direcon
which had furnished music,
ui if aiium v-.a i
thrnnohm-.t thm rnin
u. uP...'- .-. -o- ur.
&riwr ui wic
Eotanans K w."JSXi,ll
weeklymieting, or ft JCrtttoM
Colon Club at the Strahger Club
for lunch ? when the visitors frtm
h oAuntrv' torn1 fnrnlallv 'intra
duced; as also were 1 the District
Governor, the personal represen-
tauve oi b o i a r y iniernauonai,
.President Glano Lang and Fabian
PinfA nf tha rMcbihntiVilnm filnh
General Secretary of the Confer-
ir 'aflil nil! MM1m 1 Af
the Atlantic Side Club, General
jjiu Middlemas, aiso ot tne AUan
tic Side Club,? General Treasurer
Bill Middlemas, also of the Atlan-
a.! . r: J a an

- r.Ir. Fox Is a Sacred Concert Pianist and Organist RUTH L FOX, Soloist
OPENS SIONDAY-ITEB. 25Ui-7:30 PJI. FOR ONE WEEK IN THE, COL ON ARENA
J'-', "-V''f' r" r:'.'; ; Auspices of the Fotrrsquare Chnrca "." :

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during the introductions both visi
tors ana nosis partook- oi a sump sump-tious
tious sump-tious lunch prepared under the di direction
rection direction of Colon's own Rotarian
John Surany.' '
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v Gov. Jose Ma. Gonzales of Colon
and Sydney Chichester were 'for 'formally
mally 'formally inducted into the Cristobal-
f!nlnn Bntarr flnh Hurirtff ihn -nrn.
eeedings ahd 7Ciub President Jc-
BCpil -XiailltliUU U1CU WVUIt uvw
the program of events, noting
UI1B' Ul LWU L'llMIIKKI WI1ILII
naa
the
lull ) .t.nrr.t... 'r r- .' -f
The ladies were by no means o-
iven by the local Rotary Ann at
Uw Wi.kix, rti ,,m .tii..
r-Jrh,mnthfwrf Mr. .vAnm ,n
Boyrie ,0vw BO-lBdiesi-wero-pres-l
'ient at- too luncheon-which proved
muni iicmutu iju wb uafii
. ttBal-.lntraduetfcB ba-
tween tflottttiei.
branch Ambaesader
i win .- cbi
. -pj,. Ambassador of Franco and
Mrs.' Lionel Vasse have issued, in
i viTtTinni rarMi nun wnmn. win
v. held- toniffht, at -the Embassy
iii...u j. l .ml
rmueunvo iiuuwnwi, ui kvuiuku-
rerg j,na ouicers-- a we. visiune
Frmch- training, ships ;?Jeanne,d'
Arc' and'La Grandier.' ;;
Cant. Claud Burin Da Rofiers
is the commandtf of v Jeanne, d'
Are,'.' -and Cmdr Philip da la Lan-
ae JJe i;aian is in command oi,yL
(iranoier.
Smartly Drettad ' 1 ': ,'
Crowd Inay Jea '
a n vakil
Chie hats and smart gown were
very1 much in evidence at tho tea
eriven vesterdav afternoon at the
TivoU Ballrootn by- Mrs. Donald
Journeay. Miss Mildred Me Mabon

SALVATION and HEALING

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aMnA!RAnOR WITH TENNIS PLAYERS Shown at the Second International Invitational Tennis TourrAment at the El
Snma Hotel are from left to right Darlene Hard, Jerry Moss, Dotty Head Knode, U, S. Ambassador Julian K, Harrington,
"Mary Anne Mitchell, Sydney Schwarta and Mrs- Harrington. 1 i

and Miss Claude Aycck for a
group of their friends.
A oumDer oi out-oi-iown
were included in the guests.
Canival Queen
T Ralta Ptaa' r
a.ii..Tki Affarnmn
Mi Rosalia Isabel Jtarraza w
nZZZo irin ohosen
vuuimu rr,
yueenpiiwi Atu".
.t thm Katinnal Stadium last many
before an audience ot 2,uw.

Before an auaiente ... hea-inii Tuesday on the
' S5.2? "3 f tb fol oS Slittac Brennan,
" PaSlJr- s an associate justice of the

.'.r. i. norSia Mrs. Blan-
ca de Ripoll,vEliseovEchevez and
juan. jvianuei vcucuu.
' -. ,,.". nffiMo1! armparance will
be made this afternoon at o'clock
when She wUlTaisa ine armvai
flag on the flagpole to frpnt of the
Goethais Memorial.
Orche:sfra aneo ., fc" J
At USO-JWB- -.;
d:re ;??a
Jl a jaaa4t1 ', AMAniBSlf 1ft
Forces-Serv ce Cenjer win ne neiu
TpS. fradVnce'ire MrJ
and jurs. aaui farpman nw u

Lessons at the Knight of Columbus
tliib Margarita
. Start Monday 4th of March
LADIES RHYTHMIC EXERCISE
. BALLET FOR BEGINNERS
Sraniah Da.ncer with cAatant$, cymbala
and tambourin .
o.CUITAR FOR BEGINNERS
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Tor Information calt Mrs. Donaldson phono Gnllcfc 689

' BARRY SULLIVAN and
- bead the atarrrnx cast of

Zane Grey elaaaie, THE MAVERICK Mutt, uixrueoior
and NATURAMA, RELEASED TODAY AT THE LUX- Advt.

LORJNE F. FOX
v INTERNATIONALLY KNOWTi EVANGELIST AND MUSICIAN
PRAYER FOR THE SICK!

RfAnnnrt Til filt

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Nomination As
Assoc. Justice
.
-YAbtwsisivn, reo.
nia rmim. j i m 1 1 r. aasuana
m-Miss announced tod
fD-Miss) announced today that the
Senate Judiciary Committee will
supreme wuw
thm JioorinU orietnallv was
scheduled for. Tuesday of this
week but was postponed at the re
quest of an unnamed committee
member.
b Jnnmh R McCarthy (R-
Wis) has announced that he will
rninu thA nnminiuon oi ciciiuou,
a former, justice, of, the ew Jersey
supreme lyourv. ...
- ..Charles Zelenk. of P.
nam. XiT and Mrs.
MiciVKaplan" Rodman, Canal
mih.
lovely BARBARA STANWYCK
-netting dramatisation of the
with

1 Each notice for Ineluiion In this
column should be submitted in
typs-writton form and mailsd ae
tho box number lilted daily in fe fecial
cial fecial and Othorwiu," or dalivarod
' by hand to tho office. Notims of
mftingi cannot be accepted by
telephone.
Mrs. Emily Pr'ko
Will Give Synopsis
Of Popular books
ThA Rook Review Rrmm of the
Canal Zone College Club will meet-
Thursday morning at : 30 at tne
home of Mrs. Edward Browder Jr.
5407 Diablo Heights.
ber of the panalZone library will
give a synopsis of current popular
dooks. -Coffee
will prtcede ;the meet
Mrs. John Adams Will assist the
hostess.
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CAROL also plays the piano fat the Balboa Bar
1 p.m. to X a-m. Sun Taetw Wed. dk Thura.

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every FRIDAY and SATURDAY t
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with
MUSIC by the CAROL GREAVES TRIO! ;
in the air-cond'rtioned comfort of our BALBOA BAR
Nightcap on-tha-housa at 4:30 a.m.

CAMPAIGN

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If you call on a new neighbor,
be aura that von have' on v rood

to say of the other families 14
tne neignborhood. IT you can't
say anything good about a fam
lly.'-dont mention them at all.
It la not right to. prejudice a
newcomer against a neighbor.
And if you peddle gossip yon
won't be apeabing very! well el
yourself, either.
TELL TOM,
DICK AND
HURRY
- SUNDAY
7:30 P.M.
Featuring
Organ
Piano
Accordian
Vocal Solos
and Duets
L0RNE F. FOX
and
RUTH L FOX
6 Sacred Concert
A'rfBfjorTVT?
and Radio
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Known ;j
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Evangelists
and Musicians
Speakinz twice on Sunday
11:00 a.m. and 7:30 pjn.
DIABLO HEIGHTS
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Rev. Carl V. Thompsofl,
Pastor

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Mervyn Rose,

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- .. The second annual El Panama International lnvita lnvita-iional
iional lnvita-iional Tennis Tournament today, enters its next to last
-idaVvof play. Tonight the mixed doubles finals, men's
nd women's singles semifinals and one men's doubles
Semifinals are scheduled.
n'U the singles finals and men's doubles finals will be

played tomorrow night.
5- last night,, top seeded Mervyh
- Stose of Australia and highly
rft ted Darlene Hard of the U.S.
' advanced to the singles finals of
the men's and women's division,
respectively. Among the specta-
or of the best turnout thus far
Ifoaa President Ernesto de la
Guardla Jr. J1
Rose needed three sets to dis dispose
pose dispose of the fancy playintj, Mario
Llamas of Mexico 3-6, 6-1, 6-2.
Rose was a bit unsteady 'and
netted most of his drop shots in
the first set -to lose In nine
fames. Mefvyn settled down in
the second set, however, and
vroved his superiority. Rose will
ffieet the winner of th Whitney
Steed-Don' Candy semifinal
Watch that Is scheduled for to tonight,
night, tonight, :
Miss Hard turned back 18-year-old
Mary Ann Mitchell in
stra'ght sets 6-Z, 8-8. Mary
Ann, the favorite amonjr the
rwd who hoped she would
' 3uil another upset l'ke she did
against top-Mieded Angela
Buxton, was off her game.
.After winning the third and
Jourth .games to even the first
eet; Mary Ann lost the next four
In a row. She managed to null
evcfr'at 6-6 in the second when
hetplay improved but Darlene,
tho better Dlayer. closed out th
)natch by. winning the 13th and
Mth games.
u Miss Hard qualified for tomor
row's final match against ; 10 10-Uht's
Uht's 10-Uht's semifinals winner of, the
icarol F-os-Dorothy Head
Rhode match.

Fafe May Square Things
This Season For Shantz

: TODAY'S SPORT' PARA0K
By OSCAR fRALET
. NEW YORK (UP)
Fate may
sauare thines this season for little
Bchby Shantz.
"f Through four heart breaking
rc-M he has been one of base-
haU' most nitiful ficures. Once i
too DlaVer in the American'
(Leaue, a mysterious arm ailment
"le h;m a bust with a last place

baH club. .
ut being "through"' may have1 Somehow, whether rival clubs
given him an otherwise forlorn like it or not, the Yankee pin
hone of playing with a pennant stripe seems to instill a new de-iv-nMr
J sire and a new .tempo of perform-

-S'h New York Yankee acouired
f'-i this week in their 13 player
rrwith the Kansas -City Atme-
- t. ... ir t -: A4Ma
t'r-. It figures to be some time ne ne-the
the ne-the playing lifetime of." curJ
"-tlv active performers before
r '-AV Win a pennant". Y6U can't
r"ke the Yankeo any less than a
-.-ohibitive favorite.
' Could Help Yanks
And the' ficures indicate that
Shants could stick with the Yanks
t
to tor n
THRU tub
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torrly star BARBARA STANWYCK and BARRY SUL SULLIVAN
LIVAN SULLIVAN to a moving srene, thrilling pktarizatton f the
Zan Grey rUsW-, THE MVFRICK QUEEN", WHICH
BELEASC TODAY AT THE LUX. Filmed in Trco!or nd
Natarama. the ere'tfng pietare alt ctars SCOTT BRADY
and MARY MURPHY. AdvL

Darlene Hard

singles r uiais
In the, men's doubles match,
Llamas and Pancho Contrera3
eliminated Ivo Pimentel of Ven
ezuela and Orlando Garrido of
Cuba in straight sets 6-2, 6-2
They meet Rose and Candy In
the finals tomorrow afternoon.
Miss Hard and Jerry Moss
(U.S.) upset Miss Buxton
(England) and Rose in the
mixed doubles semifinals 6-4,
6-4. The : Hard-Moss. team,
takes on Llamas and Tola Ra Ramirez
mirez Ramirez In the finals tonight.
The Llamas-Ramirez gained
thp finals by beating their com
patriots Rosa Maria Reyes-Con-
treras 6-3, 6-4.
Today's schedule:
.... First Match
7:00 p.m.
Mnn's Singles
finals
Semi-
Whitney Reed, U.S. vs.
Candy, Australia.
Mixed Doubles Finals
Don
Darlene Hard-Jerry Moss, U.
S. vs. Mario Llamas-Yola Rami Ramirez,
rez, Ramirez, Mexico.
Women's Singles Semi-finals
Karol Fageros, U.S. vs. Doro Dorothy
thy Dorothy Head Knode, U.S.
Men's Doubles Sem'-finals
Mervin Rose and Don Candy,
Australia vs. Whitney Reed and
Jerry Moss, U.S.
t aik(pnceivab;f 'SJay..,- an imnor
tant part in their pennant destiny;
The theory in baseball is that.
while the sore left arm which won
a league leading 24 games in 1952
never will regain us durable
mafic, he still can be an effective
performer for three innings.
This makes the 5-foot, 7 inch
fielding marvel a pretty fair bet
as a relief pitcher.
ance even in the has beens and
they fit the former classification
1.4A
but not the JaUer.
SuHrd Wrist Fracture
He was a terror in 1952 when he
won most valuable honors and suf-
zerea me oreaK mai auereu nis ca-
s, rL." i
suffered a bad fracture, wee Lob
by never was the same.
Certainly it wasn't the Shantz oi
old as he developed the crippling
sore arm in 1953, probably because
of an unconsciously altered pitch pitching
ing pitching motion. In 1954 he went on the
disabled list in late June. And the
last two years, as he tried to fight
back, he had disheartening sea seasons
sons seasons of five wins against 10 losses
and two wins against, seven de defeats.
feats. defeats. Still, last April he tossed a five five-hitter
hitter five-hitter at Detroit and there's the
added factor that Stengel always
has admired him and thus he is
certain of a solid chance to prove
himself.
That heartening factor, plus thei
lure of playing with a pennant win
ner, may be just what the doctor
ordered.

Lucky Strike

Qualifying Rd.
Enters 6th Day
Doc Mitten took over the med
alist spot Friday In the Lucky
Strike 1 Golf Tourney when he
turned In a auaufylnz round
score of 71,1 over par at the rug rugged
ged rugged Gamboa golf club. Doc had
notmng but praise lor ipe con
dltion of the greens and the
course. Scores range from, Doc's
71 to a high of 136 as 125 golfers
have attempted vto qualify,
throuirh Friday. At tms. writing
another 56 golfers are playing
their, qualifying rounds to boost
tne total to mi. we expect a
large turnout on Sunday, the
last day, also.
The committee would also Ilk
to announce that tne memDer memDer-shhp
shhp memDer-shhp cards for the newly reor reorganized
ganized reorganized Panama Golf Associa Association
tion Association are available at the club clubhouse
house clubhouse and we urge all players to
pay their $1 and join.
The money collected in this
way will be used to run the Pan Panama
ama Panama Amateur Golf Tournament
ani will help the a33ociation
huild the Amateur into the big
gest local affair for the Amateur
eolf er. to ao mis we neeu me
support of ail local amateurs.
Ask for vour card when you
sign up for the Lucky Strike.
The weather has been ilne for
t.h tournament but a high wind
blowing across the course from
the north has caused some of
the entrants scoees to soar into
the high numbers. Many of the
men have adjusted their games
to this high wind and are
shooting close to their handi handicaps.
caps. handicaps. So take a tip from the
ones who played and hit them
low. 4
We have nearly reached the
200 mark with one day to go, so
the rest of you golfers come on
out and show our sponsors,
Luckv Strike Cigarettes, that we
want this tournament to stay
and grow bigger each year.
Statistics
Don't Lie?
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By
GREENE
This is the era of the "unoffi "unofficial
cial "unofficial chamDionship." At the close
nf t,h recent OlvmDlCS th RUS-
sjans claimed that they were the
team cnampions. xn tius d
their claim on the fact that
they had. gathered more points
In the various events than any
other nation.
The Olympics, of course, do
not recoenize a team champion
... ...
ship: Tne rirst, second ana tnira
place winners are presented lau laurels
rels laurels recognizing performance in
each individual event.
Qn tn local gcene
the Athle Athle-hoDes
hoDes Athle-hoDes of
., h .ntertained
"Unofficial
Football Champions." During
the nast basketball season, local
papers referred to "unofficial
standings" placing the AC in
the scholastic league standings.
The Balboa High School Bull Bulldogs
dogs Bulldogs won two scholastic cham championshipsfootball
pionshipsfootball championshipsfootball and baseball.
The canal Zone Junior college
won one championship basket basketball.
ball. basketball. On the basis of champion championships
ships championships won Balboa High appears
to be the athletic king of tne
year. However, in this crazy era
the Junior College may lay claim
to a share of this regal glory.
JC's claim for recognition might
be justified on the following
records of the two teams on tne
field of friendly strife":
, Football BHS and JC each
defeated the other once.
Basketball JC defeated BHS
twice: BHS defeated JC once.
Baseball-BHS defeated JC
twice; JS defeated BHS once.
Total Junior college four
wins and four losses.
Balboa High four wins and
four losses.
Balboa's football victory ovsr
JC was of the 7-6 variety.
Junior College's second bas basketball
ketball basketball win over the Bulldogs
was bv a 49-4 score. Thus, rn
two of the three tnaior snorts
the outcome' was dterm!nd bv
or lonesome but conclusive
po'nt
Perhaos the most trfeaslne as-
nect concernin sttiMM is that
thev may be oresetned 'n such a
fashion as to suooort thp wish
es of th "statistician.
Junior Cniler erns share
f scholastic athletic erown?
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BV:; while' toUtheTcqa. star gainst polio.

Marge Rodgers Wins Champion
ship in women's win snnuw
City Bowling Tournament
Over last weekend the women
howlers in the Canal Zone com
peted at the Margarita Alleys in
the 16th Annual city Bowling
Tournament, championship tro trophy
phy trophy for All Event both scratch
and Handicap was won oy aor ge
Rodgers from the pacific Side.
She rolled a 1454 acratch. Nice
bowling Marge I 'v
Atlantic No. 1 again repeated
last year's performance and won
top honors in team event scratch
with a 2150. First, place teani a a-ward
ward a-ward with handican went to a
team of two Pacific Side girls
(Marge Hicks and Reggie
Schmidt), and three Atlantic
Side girls (Bertie Stone, Joan
Coffey and Una oesterle). With
handicap they rolled 2532.
in tne uoumes Event Marge
Hicks and Murrel. Mitcnusson
walked away with both scratch
and handicap trophies.. They
had 983 scratch ana 1118 witn
handicap. .. ..
VI Rudy from tne Atlantic
Side took the Singles Event with
a 497 scratch series. Ethel Gloss
won handicap honors with a 548.
The following is a complete
list with1 winners:
Mervyn Rose (Australia)
Juan Ruii (Peru)
Bye
Jerry Moss
(US)
Mario Llamas (Mexico)
Eyo Pimental (Veneinela)
Peter Sctaoll (Germay)
Guissepe Merlo (Italy)
Whitney Reed (US)
Orlando Garrido (Cuba)
Wade Herren (US)
Armando Vieira (Braiil)
y
-
j-
Sidney Sehwartt (US)
Francisco Contreraa (Mexice)
Webb Hearne (Canal Zone)
Don Candy (Australia)
Angela Bexton (England)
Bye ....
Mary Ann Mitchell (US),
raaline Edwards (US)
- .- t-"
Maria Baene (Rrmiil)
Jean Clark. (US) ..'
EOeen Gaylard (England) -DarUne
Hard (US) .
Karol Fageros (CS) -Hilda
Berrcra (Guatemala)
Tela Ramires (Mxlce)
Shirley Bloomer (England)
Rosa Maria Reyes (MesJee)
Sar Tarber (US)
Margereta Bonttrom (Sweden

snlj.,

Dorothy Knode (US)

litl
Team Events
1st Place, (scratch-trophy),
Atlantic No. 1 2150.
1st place (hdep-trophy) At
lantic No. 3 3532.
2nd place (hdCD-cash award
Abernathv 2520.
3rd place handicap cash, award
Ft. Gulick NCO 2432.
4th nlace handican cash a-
ward Boyd Bros 2431.
High Game (team w-hdep)
Atlantic No. I 919.
Doubles Events
1st place (scratch-trophy)
Marge Hicks and Muriel Mitch-
usson 983.
1st place (handicap -tropny)
Marge Hicks and Murrel. Mitch-
usson 1118.
'2nd place handicap cash a a-ward
ward a-ward Vi Rudy and Barbara Cer Cer-rone
rone Cer-rone 1064.
' All the above prizes will be a-
warded on Saturday night, Mar.
22 at tne ei Rancnp. inis is oe oe-mg
mg oe-mg combined with the award awarding
ing awarding of, the men's tournament
prizes. They are having a dinner-dance
at that time. Ail
WIBC Or. ARC mmeebra wno
cents may attend. If not. a mem
purchase bowling booKiet ror su
Rose 6-0, 6-1
j- Moh
J.
Llamas -. 6-4
Merlo -4, 6-3
Reed 6-2, 8-6
Vieira 1-1. 6-2
Conreras 6-2, 6-3
Candy 6-3, 4-1, 6-3
Buxton
Mitchell 111, 6-6
Buene 1-6, 6-4, f -4
Hard
Fageros 6-1, 6-1
Bloomer 6-3, 3-6, 6-3
Reyes 6-4, f-S

Xaede 6-3, 6-6

STANDINGS
Atlantic Twilight Baseball
Won Lost Fct

poweiis i o looo
USS Jasper 1' v 0 1.000
C. H. S 0 1 .000
CHS Alumni ..... 0 1 ,.000
Thursday' Results
USS Jasper 11, CHS-Alumni 0
" Tomorrow Night's Gam
'' USS Jasper vs CH S-
By TREVOR SIMONS
. t ,-''. .....",
USS Jasper's big right-hander,
Tat" Patterson, hurled the
second of only two shutouts re
corded this year, when he set
down the CHS-Alumni on six
hits to give them a share of the
lead with Powells for the second
hair race.
Johnson ; started lor CHS'
Alumni, but was unable to sur
vive tne Jlrst inning wnen ne
issued six free passes and gave
un a single to Sanders for four
big runs. Lee Leftrldge took over
and finished the contest for the
Alumni, but he fared no netter
than the Ditcher he succeeded.
In the second innine Leftrldge
was nicked lor tnree hits ana
allowed three free passes that
added four taJlles for the USS
Jasper cause, on the other hand,
Patterson was practically un untouchable
touchable untouchable as he scattered seven
hits over a span of four of the
seven innings.
The jasper pitcher also struck
out six batters and walked only
two. The only time that, patter patter-son
son patter-son was in danger of losing his
shut-out was when tne chs chs-Alumnl
Alumnl chs-Alumnl loaded the bases with
two out in the third. BuS "Pat"
settled down and struct out the
Ahimnf clean-uo hitter Mike
Rock to end the rally.' ,.
Sanders was top man m tne
hitting denartment for jasper
with 3 foi2, while Nash had a
pair of hits in three trips to the
plate. No Alumni batter was a-
ble to hit saieiy more mu
once. '"'
USS Jasper Meets v.a.s.
Tomorrow at 8t30
Tnmnrrnw Afternoon at 2:30.
a reluvenated jasper nine will
try to make it two in a row m
the second half (whealhey. .meet
Cristobal High sonooi a, mw
TTnrti stadium. If Jasper can
succeed in winning this one to tomorrow
morrow tomorrow they will have attained
the unique distinction oi neing
the only team other than -Powells
to be in first place In tin
1957 Atlantic Twilight Baseball
T pBcne. Tt will only be a v, eame
margin, but even that would be
some kind or an acrompusnmcni.
after the way Powells hav dom dominated
inated dominated the league this yea.
C.H.S. starter for this one will
h Rillv nlbson while USS Jas-
Der, will counter with one of the
two Mann brothers, 1 Jim or
Dave, both of whom have turn turned
ed turned In creditable performances
this year. '
ber, buy a ticket for your guest
for $2,- and bring them along.
Come on gals, let's see ft good
attendance that nite. Let's show
the men we can cooperate!''
MEN'S SINGLES
-Rose 4-4, -4
Llamas 1-1, 4-6, t-1
Reed 6-1, 11-9
'Candy 6-4, 6-1
WOMEN'S SINGLES

, lldJUhell 11 1, 3-6, 1-1

Hard 4-f. 4-t 6-2
1
rageros 5-76-1, 6-t
-Knede 6-4,6-4

Ft. Gulick Gzrrlson

Rundno Away Wiih
Soflball Tournsmcni
The Fort Gullck U.S. Garrl
son's softball team is running
away with the current Army At"
lantic softball tournament with
a record of seven wins 'and one
loss for a shattering percentage
Or .870.' r
The Fort Gullck team's near
est rival for tournament honors
is the American League leader,
awn m.p. company, wmcn
boasts a six and two record and
a .750 percentage mark. Tha Gu
lick Garrison team is leading the
National League.
Close behind the 549th UP.
Company, In the a m a rican
League, are K and L Companies
of the 3rd Battalion, 20th Infan Infantry
try Infantry Regiment, which are tied
for. second place with identical
records of five wins, two losses
ana a .a average. ,
The U.S. Army Garrison's on only
ly only loss ; was suffered at the
hands Of the National League
fourth place Company team,
irom tne 3rd Battalion, and was
a 13 to 12 neartbreaker.
The current softball season i
drawing record crowds to the
games, with average attendance
running at approximately 150
spectators per game. N
xne current standings after.
six weeks of play are:
National League
- W L
Fct,
U. S. Army Garrison 1 l
.875
JWTC 4 3
.571
.500
.429
219th Ord. Co. 4 4
I Co. 3rd Bn., 20th In. 3 4
Batry B, 764 AAA, Bn ? 5
M Co., 3rd Bn. 20th in. 3
.285
.285
v American League
549th M.P. Co. 6 2
K Co. 3rd Bn. 20th m. 5 2
L Co. 3rd Bn-. 20th In. 5 2
Btry A, 764 AAA Bn. 5 3
Hq Btry,. 784 AAA Bn. 1 6
Hq Co. 3rd Bn 20th in. 0 7
.750
.714
.714
.143
.000
John Landy
Retires From
MELBOURNE. AustrallajFeb.
22 (UP) John 1 Landy, world
record bolder and one of the
first men to crack the four-min
ute mile barrier, today an
nounced his retirement from
major auueucs.- i
. Landy made the announce
ment after he ran second to
Geoff Fleming in the 880 yards
event at Olympic Park, here to today
day today with a time of I.M.6 min
utes. He lost by two yards.
Landy holds thw world record
in the mile event with tne itime
of 3.58 minutes, set at Turxu,
Finland. 6n June 21. 1954. Drip
ping with perspiration Landy
said after the race, "I've had it.
"I won't run in major compe
tition again, in fact, I won't run
seriously anymore, but Just have
an occasional outing at inter inter-club
club inter-club events."
Rose Sri, 1-1,
A
Hard 6-2,. 1-6

Pacific ,Vbiij8it's
Soflball Lesgus
'gMMDncr
, , i Y
Hr: .'.- 'f&t Won Lett .1!.' -(
Jose Frencli's 2 0 : 'LOOlf
Alfredo Aleman 1 tvjm
Cemaa Balboa u 1 1 1 1 i509
Tivoli Motors 0; 3 -Opf

Xext Games'
Saturday" el S3TITflf: Mo
tors vs Jose French's at Albrook.
Monday, Feb. 25 i-Alfredo Ale--
man jr; vs. cerveza Balboa a
Sants'Cn. V', ,
Wednesday. Feb.Tr? Alfred
Aleman Jr. vs TlyoU Motors:.:!
Santa Cmp..yyyiy ,,fV
Friday; March i: cemsa Bsa
boa ts Jose French's at Santsl
Crug, ,vf, ; JL-
Results Of The Week
After recelvlnr a rough hnttnri

from Alfredo Aleman Jr.- last
week, Tlvoll Motors showed 'ex.
ceptional progress in playing a a-Wllty
Wllty a-Wllty at, santa' Cru diamond.
in this game; Cenren Balbesi :
luckily edged the service wive
in the last lnningy fl to fiHX.'iK

In a well attended contest, .-

ace pitcher Lombard .of Tivoli
engayed with- old-timer Dorotht

Cumberbatcn m pitchers duel s :
at which nomt.' cumberbateh r.

gamed ner nrst win- wnue low- vv
bard took her third straight dsV; ; v

feat'".-. .''L';." 'tV'"iv:Vj,S

A thriller to the fans. Lom

bard held cenreaa : jnt-hltrno f ft

innings with a, treat, variety el 1 ?

curves and fast balls until the
seventh when the-Cervesa Bal- 4,
boa squad 'scored -six .wlnnini ; :
runs on a homer by Boyce. four

hits and a base-on-balIs

The game's. other home ; tunl. ; ?

were hit by potter and Lorn yy.

bara or tivou Motors. v :.;-r
' -'X'' y'9.'tt:iu&kg '
TlVOlI Motors 030 012 0-ij.V'Y :I

cer. Baiboa.;,;ivooo too.b h m- i y- y

J. French's ''t, AU Aleasaa Jr,1.
oh, wtdnesdayi "j'ttki French?s ''M-

girls team (easily squ eezed
through their second win of 'the V ? ;
first round to the pacific Worn
en's League to take sole posses

sion of first place after turning r

back al Aiemanur, i to aueiort

a Jarga erow6V.-i!--iL,;;. j

Trailing by 'twev runs' In the
third, the French's nine opened
a scoring rally during the fourth
on three hits for five runs oft of
starter Barbara 'Layne-and re reliever
liever reliever Genevieve i McClure. 5 ja-
cinta Thomas was creditel witH
her first win before aylvia-Dan-'
lels came In during the flrth
Layne was charged with the de-
feat. .'..': ,,..'.',' hsyrtys
-yi;.' r-;'v y--yyiry
' Hitting stars were: Ifc a&f
fith of Alemani with- two fdr
three while R.- Richards- and Z.
Thorne each had two.; "hits; in
three trips for the winners.
Score By; Innings Vjf
Al. Aleman Jr.. "201 02-&.T 5. 1
Jose French's i 100 539 '7 3
Umpires; James, Scale: and
Brown., Scorer: Charles Welsh.

II



: 8 ATlfltD AT, FEBRUARY 23, 19ST

THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILT NEWSPAPER
Rivals Accuse Yanks, A's O f Engaging In Syndicate Baseball

Editor: CONRADO SARCEANT

: by
JOE WILLIAMS

CJ Now 'a croup of very nice And thoughtful persons are cook cook-I
I cook-I .,'.. Pint, w were going to get a vast, out-of-thls-world sports
'arena, seating 110,000 and costing $77 million. Borough President
',Hulan Jack sprang that one on us last spring.
..pose winter stadium. Bight out of Disneyland, that will seat
150,000, but cost only $57 million.
- Who'll make it 200,000 seats? . .
A -The arena for which president Jack spoke was to be erected
tfnrer-the. New; York central R.R. tracks on the west side of Man Manhattan.
hattan. Manhattan. Maybe this is still the plan. All we knowjs- that when
tojtjup-something: even more fantastic, for us, a roofed, all-pur-oub
Bill ;Roeder: dropped in to get a fill in on the project from
Mr. New York Central it was all news to the people over there.
Seems nobody had taken the time to see if the ground was avail available,
able, available, or the road was even interested. .
. .This tended to throw a wet blanket over our enthusiasm, and
you know how clammy and germ-laden those things can be.
i mrm ah vAar nirf hefnre we found out there really

iwa no anta Claus, and as a consequence .we are not as quickly
rawed to skepticism as some of pur neighbors.

We certainly ; aren't going io wnw mm, t

Boycotted'
Into Deal
Says Casey
By MILTON R1CHMAN

NEW YORK (UPV- American

League rivals, led by Cleveland's
Hank Greenberg, bluntly accused
the Yankees and Athletics of en

gaging in syndicate baseball again
today, but a defiant Casey Stengel

blamed those same critics for

"boycotting" him into his latest

deal.
1
Greenberg, voicing his annoy

ance rrom me Indians' spring
training site in Tucson. Ariz., was

the most outspoke against the

Yankees over the deal they made

ruesaay witn Kansas dtp

"It must be great to have your

own larm system in the same

league. he snapped, obviously re

ferring to previous deals between
the same two clubs in which such

R Vr?;-l Agewood 55 37 1 f iV( a Gtmlmi-ZirZ J.
' Seymour Agency 52-40 '' Vfl fcllM"gOW technicolow nCXHC vA ;
I ,: asrama.::::::::::::: 3 ff Z.audie murphy f
H 't:1 ",ANWg BANCROFT PAT CROWLEY Wife 1

m u"'i I" Agewood Maintains League Lead I charles dram tow.t.ull utktootl. A UNiVEftSAL-iNTEfiNATtoiUL ncniRE : vSpi'l
I Seymour Agency Eliminates i! I

1..

r; ;
!
fi VA
r X

, THE BIG GIMMICK
It was at this point that the gentleman lost us.' We aren't
qualified to estimate the box-office potentials of the "Mp
ivents GitUln mentions, but if these draw no better than the
football games, track meets .etc., he seems to have in mind, the
project hasn't ft chance In the world. ....
Por Instance, what football fames could the man get? Army
and Notra Dame, always an automatic sell out here, resume next
if all. .The city: fathers in Philadelphia are practically paying
them to play In the Municipal Stadium. They give them all con con-eeasion
eeasion con-eeasion privileges,, a grant which thereby reduces the f 10,000
Vental fee to niokles and dimes, literally. '
' TO get Army and Notre Dame, likewise Army-Navy, to desert
,th Philadelphia stadium, for the one proposed here, obviously
-Gittlin- would, have to offer a more attractive Inducement., and
hOTr can -promoter better a, free-gratis arrangement, or even
rnttfc it," and xpe make, jmoney far the-tockbcMer a?.
- n ."1' Alt IS CONFUSION

. .'."w1 can't believe Gittlin and his associates entertain any
erious hopes of succea without betting. If they could getthe
tifn,b, amsnd the nresent bill thev would be home free.

It la known' to aU andvsundry that race bettors will challenge
now fire and floods to get action. Give them a roofed, heated,
pacious; modern plant, and they'll live there permanently.,
i We understand- the arena, if and when, is to rise on the
Bronx waste lands Jim Butler bought when our somnolent Rac Racing
ing Racing Commission finally bestirred Itself and declared his fran franchise
chise franchise (which had been noexistent for 10 years) to be, of all
things, nonexistent. This put the yonng man out of business business-i
i business-i It was Butler who gave the harness game its first powerful
Impetus here by selling the Empire City track, which he had in inherited
herited inherited from his father, to the trotting interest.
' Incidentally, Butler now serves as a salaried lobbyist in
Albany for the Jockey Club group... which is in the. process of
building or seeking to avoid building a dream track of its own.
If all this sounds confusing, the explanation is simple. The
situation itself is confusing, and we find ourself wondering if
that Isn't how it was meant to be all along. Every day we thank
our lucky stars that we never became a cynic.

man, Eddie
Slaughter, Lou

Cerv figured.

Robinson. Enos

Skizas and Bob

Mwr get out of the diaper stage, for the simple reason we players-a Johnny Sain, Tom Gor

-wouldn't know- we nope n grows up io ue ww
"fulfills all the glorious promises Its sponsors make for it and

yet... wen,, It taaes mt even ir
I. .v-w. h .hitiinir .ffrt of a. wet blaAket;

This, is to be a public stock-selling proposition, with winter

trotting as the major appeal, unaer me prcscuv i.

mtt. i.e.. auHng me monuu vi uwtmuM, mj, ...,
'.Mafh, is not permitted. The promoters seem to think they can
,et of South Orange, N.J heads up the out out-Vlt.
Vlt. out-Vlt. which' is formally known as the New York Sports Arena. Inc.
Gittlin maintains the adult Disneyland amusement park doesnt
necessarily need betting" to be a success. .ma..
r "Racingwould simplify paying a profit to the stockholders,
n says.' "But even without racing, we can realize enough mon mon-'ev
'ev mon-'ev out of football games; motorcycle races track and field meets.
W Jumps, concerts, ballets and political conventions to show
to same profit

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LARA1NE DAY

SUN-MON. "MCCONNELL STORY"

PARAISO 6:15-7:40
Sainbow 'Round My Shoulder

SANTA CRUZ : 15-1 -.25
THE HARDER THEY PALL

CAMP BIERD 6:15-8:45

"arson incorp:

Grt "Six Ch.ncM"
"What are they all crying
about?" Stengel snapped back

from the Yankees' training quar

ters at St. retersDurg, ria. "When
we tried to deal with the other
six clubs in the league, they threw

out a boycott against us. Now

they're all moaning because we
dealt with Kansas Citp again."
Meanwhile, Stengel wasn't at all
sure that the Yankees had hood hoodwinked
winked hoodwinked the Athletics in the deal
as a majority of baseball people

seemed to trim.

"Kansas City's got six chances
to look good on that deal," Casey
said, "and I got only two."
The "six chances" for Kansas

City that Stengel meant were

pitchers Mickey McDermotf, Tom

Morgan and Rip Coleman, short

stop Billy Hunter, outfielder Irv

Noren and rookie infielder Milt

Graff-of Denver, all of whom went

to the A's. Another player is due

KC by April 15,

Regarding the two pitchers
riabt-hander Art Ditmar and left,

bander Bobby Shantz. he inherited

from the Athletics Stengel had

this to say;

Shantx' Arm 4kay

"I liked Ditmar the first time
ever saw him. But there's one

thing I can't understand. We tried

getting bim a' year ago after he
win 12 and lose 12 and they say

he's untouchable. So last year he's

12 and 22 and now suddenly
they're willing to give him up.
"We know all about Shantz' arm
condition. But we asked around
and find out It's okay."
To get the highly-regarded
Graff, the Athletics in an accom accompanying
panying accompanying deal, sent first baseman
Wayne Belardi and, pitcher Jack
McMahan to Denver which will
get an additional player by April
15.
Part of Tuesday's deal back backfired
fired backfired and there is a chance that
there may be added repercussions
from the trade that was made. In
addition to Ditmar and Shantz, the
Yankees originally received bonus
infielder Cletis Boyer, then had to
return him to KC later in the day

because as a bonus player he is
not subject to trade until May 31.
"That could have nullified the
whole deal," explained a Yankee
I spokesman, "but we'll get another

j player in his place bp June is.

Atlantic Teener j
Looo Meets Mar. 1

At Margarita

&AmT LaSff jfc

mm

warn

NO HELP YET An, extra set of "hoofs' came with tms
new-born thoroughbred ; cplt at Murfrcesboro, Tenn.. "but
they're no help to the wobbly-legged yoiingster. Owner
Cecil D. Smith breeds and trains horses as a hobby.

ISTHMIAN LITTLE LEAGUE
GUberto T. Burton
Last June several members of
our C.Z. communities got togeth together
er together to discuss teen-age sports ac activities.
tivities. activities. Less than eight months
have passed slnca that discus discussion
sion discussion and these men have led
th- in th construction 01

our own Little League ball park

dndlri the? organization or a
Little League-complete with an
ff illation with Little League

U.S.A. It was a big job. .We are
proud of the results.
This activity is designed to

nrap more than 300 indivia

u Tneiiidiner nlavers. managers

and coaches. The six-team
membership Includes: La Boca s

"TropelcO," manager, k. r;i-

mir. nd "Nehl." manager j

Grant; Par a lso's "Somers
nvi mnAser Daniels and

TlvolJ Motors," mH

tual of' Omaha," manager Wil William
liam William peterkin and "Elga," man

ager P. Malcolm jr.
v.k tm has two farm

teams of 25 players-each. Each
farm club carries a list of 175
an more names are

being added every day. Saturday
pl.yt the park 1 "served f or

tne iarm icams
a.m and reserves are required

to practice on tneir noiue

hall narVa VArv aav.

on.. laamiA directorship has

a c v"m- ... i

at its head: C. A. Smith, pres -dent;
A- Dorville, vice-president;
H. Lavalas. secretary; D.
Farrell, treasurer; and R. prince
and J. French screening com-

Isthmian Little .League Pens

Monday, Feb. zs. n
takes on Trope.lco at 4:30 p.m.
This game will be followed with
a Somers Parks-Mutual of Oma Omaha
ha Omaha contest on Tuesday. AU
mill h nlaved at the

isthmian Little League Ball ParkJ

at Pedro Miguei.
So far, ble business display an

Interest, nuip-Meaguera wc w

The pirates Iced the jame in

the iifth Inning when
combined three hits and

walks to score six runs. The on only
ly only extra base hits of the day
were doubles by Ed Hilty and, L.
J. Christoph.

Agewood Maintains League Lead
Seymour Agency Eliminates
Austin'
Seymour Agency shut-out Aus Austin
tin Austin and Agewood wh.'te-washed
El Panama

With only four weeks to go.i
the shut-out of Austin by Sey-1
mour Agency eliminated Austin
from any chance of winning the;
Classic Bowling League. Carmert;
Casclo continued his hot streak j
to lead Seymour Agency and was!
helped by Ed Kunkel and Chuck
McGarvey. High for Austin were
Dan Thomas and Chuck Almeda.
Austin was hampered by having
to carry a blind score. i

AUSTIN

Thomas .
Snellbaker
Blind .
Knoll .
Almeda .

182
'153
150
157
203

159
184
150
207
190

234
145
150
189
180

575
482
450
553
573

845 890 898 2633

SEYMOUR AGENCY

Cascio r
McGarvey
Seim .
Kunkel .
Colbert .

214
183
212
161
195

208

210
159
203
149

224
190
158
235
199

646

583
529!
599'
543 1

965 929 1006 2900

In the Agewood white-washing
of El Panama, the whole
Agewood team scored well and
were lead by Bud Balcer, whose
"striking out" won the second
game. Billy Coffey, Bob Bo wen,
and Ben Falcigno rolled best for
El Panama, which had to carry
a blind score also.

AGEWOD

Toland .

tneyi B0yer .
three oleichman

Lane .
Balcer .

Vernon McNamee was out- ri. PANAMA

standing (in the fieM even --

tnougn he was chargea vnth two Bowen . 19

179
209
191
18fi
212

193
IP.?
156
159
217'

204
203
224
180
180

576
!i94
571
525
609

977 907 991 2876

errors on v. throws. Hi stopped Falcigno ';jn!

many hard hit balls and robbed Schneider

tne .pirates of sure hits down i Blind

the middle.

The box score.;

Pirates Ab R II E
Sanders, rf, cf 4 l 0 0
Hilty 3b 4 1 1 2
Chin c 3 2 2 0
Cortez cf, 2b 3 2 2 0
Alberga ss 3 2 0 0
Christoph lb 2 11 1
Will If 2 0 vo o
Hlckey 2b 3 0 0 0
Murray rf 0 0 0 o!
Scheidegg p 3 12 Oj
Totals 27 10 S 3!

Coffey

151

150
223

188 200 580

lf .119ft 573

151 1 187 489

150 150 450

225 173 621

919 898 906 2713

The hieh average holders are

O.Bu dBalcer. 204; Carmen cascio,

201; Biiiy coney, vm; bb.ti neai,
191: Chuck Almeda. 191' Harrv
Colbert, 190; and Ed Kunkel,
190.

Coco Sollto Cubs

ss

McNamee

Weber cf

Oulnn c

Vulamarzo n, lb

Baranick lf ...

Koch 3b : 2
Henriquez 2b 1
Hefner 2b 1
Blalkowski rf 1
Jodlce lb, p 1

Score By Innings

Pirates 103 0610
Cubs 002 01 3

Sports Briefs

Cricket News

Play in the Atlantic Cricket

j League will continue this Sun Sun-Iday
Iday Sun-Iday with the wanderers C.C.
playing hosts to Surrey C.C. at
?jthe Heights Oval.

Witn tne announceinem, uniti
only three clubs will compete in
tha league this season, cricket

(fans har.ame assured of seeing

ia well contested match each
Jl week inasmuch as the three three-Si
Si three-Si Surrey, Wanderers, and Excel Excel-Jisior,
Jisior, Excel-Jisior, each lists a formidable ar ar-0
0 ar-0 rav of well-known nlavers.

Last Sunday's Surrey-Excelsior
encounter was played right
dow nto the wire, and resulted
in some fine exhibition oy mem members
bers members of both clubs to the delight
of the large crowd In attendance

Surrey's 121 runs highlighted;

the batting of Franklin. Crltch Crltch-low.
low. Crltch-low. Wilson, and Drakes, as well
as the bowling of Groves, Small,
Campbell end Griffith.
Excelsior's inning, in turn,

featured the run-gettm- activ

LEICESTER. Ene. fUP) Th. ii JSa -.V-I

'152.5. ?-YZr.rA nt .mPc' scheduled British lieht-h e a v- : ? ?l .r ;'i.v.

omundwork for their annual ?"u,""c i '"::.Vtin nf weight bout betweer T titleholdr;?,e"85

trip to the United States for th. updlcVable. Rndy Turpin and Arthur Howard,
national basebaU tournament Lw'do wwU with you? Where scheduled for next Monday night ,! < draw Another corn corn-will
will corn-will be laid on Friday,. March 1. vnVon Monday? h i" poponed for a WJffi&TI.ffiA

Mn aVIa. ITaanaa 1 V IBllBA llim H tnrmaf ttlAKIl aVl 1 rt wv -

Leaeue officials and fans andi .m.nno trrrri tvxr.xr dleweight champion, suffered a

Jl.la 1m aaMM s4Vkaai T 1 A i A X A V

Dllli:iaaa ituui utuui utbic

Leagues meet at the Margarita

Clubhouse boardroom to start
formulating plans.

! ill attXMki tthi AhA nininn atnf faaaai

hand injury in training.

(Standings Feb. S3)

Won Lost GB

vfutual of Omaha .200

Coca Cola Bottlers
Coco sollto Cubs

pirates

Noel E. Gibson, Sr., president
of the Teener League, has sent
out an ureent call to all fans.

friends and parents or young-jpouce pais
sters playing Teener or Little' Coco Solo Braves

League ball for the purpose of I

havinc everyone become rami- ine uu

liar with the workings and full, Pirates finally managed to hang

benefits derived from baseball, a cerenionwie w v-

EDMONTON (UP) Tackle Ed Ed-mond
mond Ed-mond Grey of the1 University of
Oklahoma and holdover tackle
Roger Nelson, a former Sooner,
have signed 1957 contracts with
the Edmonton Eskimos of Cana Canada's
da's Canada's Western Football Conference.
Grey was the seventh draft choice

of the Los Angeles Rams of the

Morland snensored! National Football League, while

1 1 1
1 1 1
1 V 1
.111
0 2 2

was tne umpiring or Marcus
Clarke and J. (Totomate) Brath-walte.

by the boys, parents and fans a-

llke.
Little League managers, whose
players will soon be graduating
into the Teener League arc es es-necially
necially es-necially nrged to attend this

! meeting in- order that they may

better prepare tneir youngsters
for the faster type of baseball
that is before them.
Other business, uch as finan finances:
ces: finances: All-Star play-offs and the
many problems that face the
organisers of these leagues, will
be brought up during this Im Important
portant Important March 1st confab at
Margarita. Every on it welcome
and all art nrged to attend.

Nelson has played with Edmonton

for two seasons.

n on f,,irf1av afternoon

nhr .m- to b. clayed TEMPE. Ariz. (UP)-BiU KaU

h. .( .k-nd The Ikaws. head basketball coach at

rar,ilariT scheduled rrlday and i Anions State College since 19-J8,!

Saturday contesU wefe played, has resigned from uie post ettte ettte-last
last ettte-last Veek In the open period be-Uve at the close of the eurrent

Tndav Encanto .35 .20
Spanish Double Program!
Maria Felix in
"LA ESCONDIDA"
Miguel Aceves Mejla In
"Hay Angeles eon Espnelas"

Today IDEAL .20 10
, Fernando Lamas in
Headqaartera of tbe Amatons
Glenn Longan in
"BIG CHASE"

iween num. t j

Mano vuiamarzo. me icajue a
leading -twirler went to the
mound for the Cubs with a rec record
ord record ef five wins without a loss,
but it was toon evident- that
Mario did not have bis usual
spark. After 3 hits and 3 runs
were scored to the third. VUJa VUJa-mam
mam VUJa-mam was. lifted and Jodiee
came- to to finish the tame.
Ray Scheldegj pitched the
best ball of his young career
limiting tbe Cubs to two singles
and one earned run while slrifc-

It was

TOMORROW
& MONDAY

TODAY! AT 11:00
MIDNIGHT SHOW'
"YOUNG LOVE

fi HAPPIEST PICTURE aftkt

B "1 W

YESTERDAY'S
SMASHING SUCCESS
AGAIN TONIGHT!
Jack Kelly's Sensational
ICE FROLICS

AT

LA MACAREMA

'; ir S M

' 4

CAST of 10 ICE-SKATING STARS

POPULAR PRICES
0.40 0.75

8-

8 P.M.

- Tickets for sale at: LA MACARENA
TOMORROW AT 5 P.M. ,"5
Special presentation for children and at i,p.ni.j
. r rejiilar presentation. V-VS.-"!I

NEW ORLEANS CUP) Bobby
Baird booted borne tbree winners

at tbe Fair Grounds Tbursdav and rnc out seven batters.

just missed a fourth victory when Ray's second win of the season

bis mount finished second by and with his showing, the- hopes

three quarters of a lenrth in tbe : of a Pirate second half win

featured purse. 'soared.

CAPI.TQLIO
u jet
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LADT

THE WILD
DAKOTAS

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NOW

CECILIA

James Stewart Doris Day in
THE MAJ KNEW TOO MVCH
- ; --suso :
Martin and Lewis in
TOCRK NEVEB TOO TOUNG
in Vista Vision and Colorl

HI o

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Sight Lottery
THAT LADT
and
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THE FOUNTAIN

VCTOKl At
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AFTATH IN
TRINIDAD
and
THE OUTLAWS



TEX PANAMA AMERICAN i AN CTO1HEN1MENT DAILY NEWSFAKB
SATURDAY, FEBRUARY S3, 1951
C LAS SI FIE D S
THIS SPACE IS FOR SALE
FOR INFORMATION TELEPHONE 2-0740
THIS SPACE IS FOR SALE
" V f t
FOR, INFORMATION TELEPHONE" 2-0740

Lesson

Km I V '111'

Houses
FOR RENT: FurnUhed cha chalet
let chalet for 2 month at "La Pra Pra-dera."
dera." Pra-dera." Telephone 3-5744.
FOR RENT: fconeret cha chalet
let chalet J bedroom, palor and din dinning
ning dinning room, orviet and kit kit-chart,
chart, kit-chart, maid room with service,
garage, big faneod yard. April.-
Via Porras No. 91. B.
W I
FOR RENT: Furnished 3
bedroom ehalot, all eenven eenven-ionct
ionct eenven-ionct including piano, radio radio-victrola,
victrola, radio-victrola, spacious yard, cool
and qoiot area. Brawl nd
street Paitilla. Enquira 33rd
atrott No. 1-20. Ttlophono 3 3-384.
384. 3-384. FOR RENT: Modern furn furnished
ished furnished chalet Call 3-5403, 7a.
stroot No. 24 Golf Hoighrs.
Commercial Sites
FOR RENT: Floor abovo
Casa Motta for office. Call 2 2-2441
2441 2-2441 2-2471, Panama.
Outdoor Adventures
In Panama Subject
Of New Series At Y
Another approach to ne.v
types of outdoor adventure m
the Panama area will start next
Tuesday at 7:30 at the Balboa
YMCA-USO. Speakers from last
fall's series helped to develop
the ne wprograms. Each talK
will provide those attending
with an opportunity to see ob ob-fnnnd
fnnnd ob-fnnnd and eaulDmerrs used
in the various fields, as well as
color slides and movies.
The opening talk will be by
Wesley Townsend, Canal, zone
civil engineer. His subject will be
"Historic Trails" of the Isthmus.
This will Include the Las cruces
trail, the portobeio wan. sna
the trail over which Balboa's
men portaged their ship. Town Town-nd
nd Town-nd has crossed throupth the
jungle at six different places on
the ISthmUS. He WU1 oring Bu rin
und color slie taken on hs
trull trios. 'Vl
,
r This new mfavAW last for
seven Tuesdays with following
topics to b covered:
March 12 Common Creatures
f the Canal Zone.
March 19, Hunting in the Ca Canal
nal Canal Zone.
March 26, Hunting with a
Camera
April 2, Exploring Caves In
Panama.
Aoril 9, Stones and Gems as a
Hobby.
Aoril 16, Discovering Ancient
Relics.
There will be no charge for
the series, however interested
persons are requested to register
for the series at the Balboa
YMCA. ,.
Service Slated
At Site Of Hew
Rio Abajo MMon
A thanksgiving service and
dedication of the site for the
future Rio Abajo (jospel' taber tabernacle
nacle tabernacle of the christian Mission
of Panama will take place to tomorrow
morrow tomorrow at l p.m.
Ellis L. Fawcett will deliver
the thanksKivine address. In
addition to other items on mis
phase or the program, a special :
thanksclvinc offerlne will be i
taken.
For the aeaication. Key. ai-

thur Zylstra will deliver the ad-iLa

drew and other visum: minis-
ters will speaK.
Kev. e. lnyior wm dc c.i-i-
man, with the Reverends A. VV.
Crook, J. C. Brewster, J. H. O' O'Neal
Neal O'Neal Conrad u. Jarvls, Ernest
L. Wilson and B. M- Thorbourne
participating.
PERFECTION
We atwar lan ea an Perfection
etme, raniea an PARTS. Wlcka,
epreeaen, chlaiiMTS, always avail,
able.
CASA SPARTON
Caatral SS-1. Mar Baeaate Theatre.
EXCHANGE
HOUSEHOLD
SELLS
Double beds with
prtnr and mattress $49. M
Metal chest f
drawers 9.58
Wardrobes ....... 15.Sf
XHaettc Seta ........ M
Metal Sideboards ... 15.N
Metal beds ($9) with
Spring 14-51
Cribs with new
mattresses ........
Center Table 15 M
LhMlewms IJI
Ctielr XJt
NattetiaJ Ave, No. 41
rhenc 2-4911 r S-734S

Apartments

ATTENTION. O. I.I Jutt built
modern furnished apartment. I,
2 bedroom, hot, cold water.
Phone Panama 3-4941.
FOR RENT: Modern two
' bedroom apartment in 54th
street (Carnpo A leg re) in information
formation information Tel: 3-5322.
FOR RENT: -3 bedroom
"SOUSA BUILDING." Living Living-dining
dining Living-dining room, 2 porch, 2 bath bathroom,
room, bathroom, maid' room, garage.
Bella Vita (44th Street and
Colombia) 44-17. Information:
tarn building, apartment P.
FOR RENT: 2-bedroom a a-pertinent,
pertinent, a-pertinent, 2-bathrooms, large
dinning and livingroom, separ separate
ate separate maid' room with bath,
garage, unfurnished, in high
cool locality, all screened, in
El Cangrejo. Telephone Of Office
fice Office hours 2-0321. After office
hours 2-3525.
FOR RENT: Unfurnished a a-partment,
partment, a-partment, private entrance.
Lovely' residential section.
Large living room, dining
room, two bedrooms, two baths
maid's quarters, locked gar garage.
age. garage. Panama 3-0873.
FOR RENT: San Francitco
La Caleta 4th street and 4th
Avenue behind Macarena. Tel.
Paraiso 102.
FOR. RENT: Completely furn furnished
ished furnished 2 bedroom apartment.
45th street No 2-113.
FOR RENT: Confortable one
bedroom apartment, living
room, dining room, garage,
Wofeil lUt,'. .i v. A-luw.
FOR RENT: Large apart."
ment, living room, porch, 2
bedrooms, large kitchen,
maids' wt. 2 bv"- nv
garage. Call Panama 3-3338.
Resorts
Spend your -week end at Rie
Mar, the best bathing beach in
the Republic, with all conveni convenience.
ence. convenience. Moderate price. The
new management i anxious to
serve you.
Gramlich'i Santa Clara Beach
Cottage. Modern convenience.
"5
"tmbderata rate. Phone Gamboa
?-441.
FOSTER'S COTTAGES and large
beach houte. One mile Ce Celine.
line. Celine. Phone Balboa 1 866.
Reierve NOW. Inexpentive tat
iifying vacation Santa Clara
Beach. Shrapnel' furnished
house. Phone Balboa 1772.
PHILLIPS Oceanside Cottages
Senta Clara. Box 1890 Pana Panama,
ma, Panama, R. do P. Phone Panama
3-1877, Cristobal 3-1673.
Nothing to compare with HOTEL
PANAMONTE in cool BOQUETE.
Wire your reservation.
Bible Institute
Classes Reopen
Tuesday High!
Manna Bbible Institute In Kpnn-
rturuiry ann aner a tnree
Cl nA. I . l
manna Bible Institute to
Reopen February 26th
After a three month vamtinn
me manna oiwe institute of Pa
"' wiu reoDen us nonrs nn
luesaay, to former students and
io au otners who desire to enroll
i ne institute which began in
April, 1956, holds regular classes
each week on Tuesdava nnrt Thnrc.
(days in the vestry and office of
.me cnnstian Mission of Panama
Boca, C.Z. The school is fun-
u accepts students from any faith.
r ersons interested in attending
me lnsiiiuie snouia meet at the La
ooca Christian Mission on Tues Tuesday
day Tuesday at 6:30 p.m. for enrollment.
Tuition Fees if desired, may be
iaid on the first class session,
March fifth.
Lvangehst Wilson, founder of
the school, will be in attendance
to address the students and pros prospective
pective prospective students.
LEGAL NOTICE
THE t'NlTED STATFS OP AMERICA
Unite aialee Dhlrirt Ceort Per The
DUrritt of The Canal Zone
In Admiralty No. 210 (Llbrt in Rem)
Wheren. on the eighth day of Pe Pe-roery.
roery. Pe-roery. 147 Emesto FerTiandei Charoor Charoor-ro
ro Charoor-ro libelant filed Rem libel in the
Diitrict Court of the United State for
the Cristobal Dirtriet of the Canal Zone
against the M'V Gobeledor her boats,
tackle, aposrel and furniture, and Jos
Lorenzo KodrleueK. her owner In a
cause o' mntrart Civil and Maritime.
And wnerras. by virtue of wmn in
due form of law. to me directed, re returnable
turnable returnable on the eiehth dar of Phruar
157. L have seized and taken the said
My Cobeledor and have her in my
ctroiv.
Notice k herebv efven. fht a Dis District
trict District Ourt win he heW In the tmfted
Statea Court Poem, In the City of Cris-tr-t
Cn' Tone
On the fifth dav of March. 1ST for
the trial of said premises, and the ewn ewn-v
v ewn-v or wrum. and an aeisnsje who mtr
hve or claim anv Interest, are heretur
cHed to he souesi s4 the time and
"le sfiiruw to rhow cause, f a"v
trtev ne. wrr a rmai oeeree snouid
not fjaaa aa praved
Jnea t. Klncaid
t'S. Marshal.
Charles E. Rsinlrez. of Van S'den
teat ires. Proctors far the Librllants.

LEAVE YOUR AD WITH ONE OF OUR

INTERNAL. DE PUBLIC ACIONES No.

BARDO No. 2 "B" Street MORRISON 4th of July Ave. 4k J M. LEWIS

FARMACIA LUX 164 Central Avenue HOUSEHOLD EXCHANGE J. Fo. de
VAN-DER-JIS SO Street No. S3 FARMACIA EL BATURRO Parque Lefevre
the Bella Vista Theatre.

Automobiles
FOR SALE: Nah Amba Amba-tador
tador Amba-tador 1950, $475.00. Phone Cris Cristobal
tobal Cristobal 3-2815. After 5:00 p.m.
FOR SALE: Willys Jeepster
convertible; all new nylon top
with side curtains, interior up upholstery,
holstery, upholstery, tires, battery, paint
job, clutch and overhaul. Very
economical 30 miles per gal gallon.
lon. gallon. Owner gone to states. Duty
paid price $575.00. Telephone
Balboa 2-1515.
FOR SALE: 1956 M.G. Conv.
Excellent condition. Call Gu Gu-lick
lick Gu-lick 653, can be teen at 531-A
Culick Height.
FOR SALE OR TRADE: 1956
Studebaker Preiident. Low
mileage. Extra, PH. Balboa
1716.
FOR SALE: 1951 Cadillac,
very good condition, low price.
Call Mr. Drachenberg Phone
2-3531 Balboa Office Hour and
2-3283 at night.
FOR SALE: 49 Chev. 2 Dr.
w-51 newly overhauled engine.
Extra clean. Best offer over
$300.00. Will accept trade-in.
86-5136.
FOR SALS: 1942 Plvmouth
very good transportation e
Ashley, Gorga Hospital.
LIFE INSURANCE
call"
JIM RIDGE
General Agent
Gibraltar life Ins. Co.
for rates and Information
Tel. Panama 2-0552
TRANSPORTES BAXTER, S. A.
Packer '- Shipper Mover
Phone 22451 2 2562
Learn Riding at
PANAMA RIDING SCHOOL
, Riding fir jumping Classes daily
3 to 5 p.nt. Phone 2-2451
or by 'appointment.
Balbda Set&Q&t
BEAUTY SHOP.
SPECIAL COLD WAVE
$7.50
Monday Thru Thursday
Balboa 1-2959
ret li k. personnel and tnelt
famUiea only.
THE
Canon
NEW
CAMIRAI
Model V
With F 1.2 Lens
at
9 ,Tt.i
Panama N. York C0l6n
Army Sgt. Carroll
Retiring Afler
20 Years Service
Sgt. Lawrence W. Carroll, as assigned
signed assigned to Headquarters Company
of the 1st. Battalion, 20th Infantry
Regiment, is retiring after 20
years in the Army.
A native of Camden, Maine, the
retiring sergeant served in Oki Okinawa
nawa Okinawa during World War II and
later in Germany.
carron paructpaiea in ine
a- l a. J al
rean Conflict, receiving the Ko
rean
service meuai witii
Bronze Campaign Stan, and the
UN Service Medal.
Sergeant Carroll finished out his
last two-and-onehalf years with
the Infantry at Fort Kobbe. As
signed to Panama in October of
4195, he was originally a memoer
of Company B of the first Bat
of Company "D'' of the First Bat
talion before moving to Head
quarters Company.
LEGAL NOTICE
THE UNITED STATES OT AMERICA
Unite' Slate DHrtrlct Cewrt For The
Dtetrict M The Canal Zene
In Admiralty Mo. JiOS ILibel In Rem I
Whereaa. on the aeventh day of Feb February.
ruary. February. 1H7 Aurello Molina, on hlf own
behalf and on behalf of 13 other crew
member Libelants filed Rem libel
In the District Court of the United
Statea for the Cristobal District of the
Canal Zone aeamet the motor vessel
Gobeledor her boats, tackle, apparel
and furniture, m a cause of waea Civil
and Maritime.
And whereas, by virtue of proeeaa In
due form of law, to roe directed, re returnable
turnable returnable so the fifth day of March.
157, I have seised and taken the aald
motor vtaetl CobeJader and haw her
in my custody
Notice M hi ebr riven, that a Dit-
trict Court win be held in the United
States Court Roam, an th City of Cria-
tohal. Canal Zen
On the fifth day of March. 157 for
(he trial of said in em lees, and the own owner
er owner ar wmil and all hiiwii who may
have or claim any Intereet, ar herebv
cited to be and auger at the time and
niece a full id. to enow cause, if anv
the have wbv a final decree should
not' neat a prayed.
eepti L Klncaid
U S. Marshal.
De Cestrae end. ltoblaat Proetar for
the Ubeliaaea.

AGENTS OR OUR OFFICES AT 13-31

3 Lottery Plaia CASA ZALDO Central Ave. 45 LOURDE8 PHARMACY

Miscellaneous
FOR SALE- 25-60 cycle Ken Ken-more
more Ken-more electric range, two ovens
glass oven window, electric on
off timer, deep well; 60 cycle
Ironrite ironer; misc. tables,
chairs, and shelves. Phone
Balboa 3672 between 4:00 and
7:00.
FOR SALE: 1 large Chines
chest. Call Balboa 2-1723.
FOR SALE: Pekinesse, ducks
first elate, to sell. Ave. Ernes Ernesto
to Ernesto T. Lefevre, Parque Lefevre
.Hows 32.
CHICKS: DAY old whit
males, $6.00 per hundred. Del Delivery
ivery Delivery date Friday March first.
nac.eiKie t-ioenje, s.m. tele telephone
phone telephone 3-1161, Panama.
Union Oil Company of Califor California
nia California will ditmantle two steel
tank at their plant in La Bo Boca
ca Boca Road, Balboa, Canal Zone,
their total weight being about
550,000 pounds. Offers will be
received for the purchase of
the steel delivered in the Plant
as is and where it is. The tanks
may be inspected during work
hours on February 25, and 26.
and should be delivered at the
office of the Union Oil at "Q"
Street, aero from the Nation,
ai Stadium, until Wednesday,
February 27, at 3:00 p.m. Ail
'necessary steps to retire the
steel from the Plant will be on
buyer's account.
FOR SALE: Knab Grand
r.i.o; ui oirer of reo. tl
($700. minimum Phone Bal Balboa
boa Balboa 3672 between 4:00 and 7:40
FOR SALE: Singer Machine
for !. House 2414 room 13.
b. a 12 of October (Guacha (Guacha-pali).
pali). (Guacha-pali). General
ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS
DRAWER "A." DIABLO
BOX 1211. CRISTOBAL, C.Z.
STAMP COLLECTORS Al Album
bum Album pages and r binders.
Forbes 1527-B, Almond street,
Gavilan Area, Balboa. Phone
Balboa 178h
Rev. Herbert Moore
To Speak Tomorrow
AI La Boca Church
The Rev. Herbert L. Moore,
clerical delegate from western
Panama to the 37th annual con
vocation of the E p i s c opal
church, which convened In the
Cathedral of St. Luke today, will
be guest preacher and assistant
celebrant for the cnorai eucna eucna-rlst
rlst eucna-rlst at St. Peter's church, La
Boca, tomorrow morning.
The service begins 10:30, fol
lowing morning prayer and
church school. Merbecke's com communion
munion communion setting will be chanted
by the choir, and the Rev. John
Spear, priest in charge will of officiate.
ficiate. officiate. Tomorrow evening at 4:30, the
congregation will Join in the
district missionary service at St.
Paul's church, Panama City, but
evening prayer will be said at
St. Peter's at 7:30.
E.Y.C. Installation
Officers of the newly1 revived
1 Vhuh" nVliatVATMM f
Hi UIOL-U LKW X UUIIlf Ly Jll 111 vlllllvll J
ei R.ar. nj An vri
day mornlng durln. a .ucharis-
m, nnr.ln.
tlr service opening the annual
district youth convention.
Admitted to office by Father
Spear were Marie Davis, presi president;
dent; president; Myrna Payton. vice presi president;
dent; president; Harold Daniels, secretary;
Eldeka Howard, assistant secre secretary:
tary: secretary: Dorothy Thomas, treasur
er; Wilfred Sinclair, cnapiain.
Mrs. Lillian Mairswas appoint-.
ed advisor to the group.
LEGAL NOTICE
THE UNITED STATES) Or AMERICA
United (Matee Dlarrlct Court Far The
Dlatriet ef The Canal Zone
In Admiralty No. 2107 (Libel In Per Personam
sonam Personam with Clause ot roreign Attach Attachment).
ment). Attachment). Whereas, en the aeventh day of Feb February.
ruary. February. 1SS7 Eraanw Oe la Guard ia
Libellant filed a libel hi the District
Court of the United States for the Cris Cristobal
tobal Cristobal District of the Canal Zone aaalnst
Jos Lorenzo Rodriauei t. Respond-
end In a causa of contract Civil and
Uaritim
And whereas, by virtue of pioteaa m
due form of law. to Die eurectea re returnable
turnable returnable en the fifth ear of March.
157. I have seized and taken in M'V
Gnltetodnr. her boats, tackle. aDDaret
and furniture -and have bar aa my cua-
tortv.
NrHf in lieiebe atven.' that a Dis
trlct Court wlU be held In the Cntted
States Court Room, ta the City ef Cris-
.sal r.n.1 Tmm
On the fifth day of VarcK 157 for
the trtsl of aald uioiiussa. ana own
er or owners, and all Prwms who may
have or daha any Interest, ere nereey
rted to be end appear at the time and
nlac aforesaid, so show cause, if anv
they have why a final ataeree ahouM
not nam as praved
J.woa t KlmmM
V S. Marvhsl.
De rwra and Boblea. Fnetmt for
the Libel iant. -

"H" STREET, PANAMA LIBRERIA

SERVICE Ave. TivoU No. 4 ) FARMACIA ESTADOS UNIDOS 119 Central Ave.

la Owe Ave. No. 41 FOTO DOMY Juito Arosemena Ave. and 33 St, FARMACIA
I Street a) FARMACIA "SAS" Via Porrai 111 ) NOVEDADES ATHIS Beside
'

Real Estate
FOR SALE : Residential heme,
concrete. First eta ft1 comfort comfortably
ably comfortably built. Modem convenience.
Ample ground, fenced. 26 me meter
ter meter front, 40 meter depth.
Owner leaving. For information
call telephone 2-3012 during
office hour; home phone 3 3-0932.
0932. 3-0932. y.
FOR SALE: On heut and
lot in Pueblo Nuevo; let corn corn-nrs
nrs corn-nrs more than 850 meter
q. Price $1,500.00. For detail
call Tel. 3-2189.
FOR SALE: BARGAIN on-
ly $1,500 down, large 3 bed bedroom
room bedroom houte jn concrete col columns,
umns, columns, nice cool lot. Radio Ci City,
ty, City, pric: $7,500. PATTERSON
3-1114.
FOR SALE: AMERICANS:"
v Lovely level lot in Trsntiith Trsntiith-mian
mian Trsntiith-mian Highway, near Zone bord border,
er, border, 15 minutes from Balboa.
$800 total pric, only $200 down
$10 monthly. PATTERSON 3 3-1114.
1114. 3-1114. FOR SALE: Only $544 down,"
$28 monthly, on bedroom cha chalet,
let, chalet, dining-living room, bath,
porch, 10th. St. Rio Abajo.
Price: $4,444.00 CASA PROPIA
3-1114.
SERVICES
The beat dinners and drink
are terved in our modern air-
conditioned cafeteria, grill and 1
bar. Hotel Internacionel Pla
la 5 do 'Mayo.
$2.50 for local TV rvle call
UNTIL March 15 t acquaint
you with our service. SAMP
DAY service if you call be before
fore before 7 p.m. Our work I un unconditionally
conditionally unconditionally guaranteed. Open
9 a.m. to 10 p.m. daily. Phone
2-4614, U.S. Tlevilon (all sorv
ice e.o.d.).
Diablo His. Church
Features Musical
Evangelist Guests
Rev. Lome F. and Ruth L. Fox, I
internationally known musicians.
and Evangelists who have con
ducted citv-wida meetings in Eu
rope, Central and South America.
United States and Canada, will be
the guest ministers for both morn
ing and evening Services in the
Diablo Hgts. Community- Church
tomorrow.
At the e v e n 1 n g Evangelistic
service, Rev. and Mrs. Fox will
feature a one-hour musical pro
gram of organ, piano, accordion
numbers as well as vocal solos
and duets. Thi aspect of their
ministry is much enjoyed by all
audiences. Rev. Fox ha compos
ed over 100 sacred musical.com
positions, ranging from the oner
atic to hymn-type and will be fea
turing some of tbese during this
musical hour.
He will be speaking twice dur
ing the day at both the morning
worship hour at 11 o'clock and the
Evangelistic evening hour of 7:30.
Services are held in the special
administration building at Diablo
Heights. Rev. Carl V. Thompson
is. pastor
Boy, 2, Survives
After Swallowing
Overdose Of Pills
HILLSIDE, N.J. (UP) Mark
Jenett, 2, gulped down 96 pills
prescribed for underactive thyroid
glands yesterday, but survivied.
The child was taken to Babies
Hospital in nearby Newark, where
doctor! pumped out his stomach
A hospital spokesman said the boy
appeared in good condition.
Doctor said such a large dose
I of thyroid pills could have been
fatal.
LEGAL NOTICE
THE UMTETJ STATES Of AMERICA
United Rtatea District Ourt Fee The
District af The Canal Zona
In Admiralty No. 210 Libel bi Rem)
Whereas, on the seventh dsv of Feb.
ruary. 1S7 Luis Slpttmo Domineues
LibelUnt Jiled Rem. libel In the District
Court of the United States for the Cris Cristobal
tobal Cristobal DMrirt ef the Canal Zone aesmat
the M'V Gobeledor her beats, tackle.
apparel and furniture. In a causa af
contract Civil and Maritime.
And whereas, by virtue of piotea m
due form of law. ta me directed, re returnable
turnable returnable en the fifth dav of March.
157. I have wired and taken the said
motor- vi earl Cobassdor and have bar
In me custody.
Notice la hereby erven, that a res restrict
trict restrict Court win be held m the United
States Court Roam. SB the City ef Cris-
oai. Canal Zone I
On the fifth day of March. 157 Tar i
the trial af mid menus, and the ewn-
er ar owners, and ee. evaons who may t
hv ar claim any eiuaist, are hmebv
cited to bo and eascor at the tana and
"lac afia aaM. a snow esuaa. if anv
they have, whv a final decree should
not nam aa arsved.
i-eab f. VThjeaM
V, Mrl.
Chsrles C Ramfre. of a Sldetl A
Ramirez. Piotieii for LibaOant.

PREClADO T Street No. 13 AGENCIAS

182 La Carrasouilla a) FARMACIA LOM-
HonjeArtic.es
FOR SALE: Living room
suite 4 chair and 2 foot (tools
of Rattan $25.00. Ph. 84-8174,
2385 D- Cocoli.
FOR SALE: G. E. radio with
25-cyclo record player attach attached,
ed, attached, good condition. $65.00. Sil Silver
ver Silver chest; $50.00. Tool, cabinet,
steel and tools, $100.00. Deep
fry, $10.00. House 6443 Los
Riot. Phone Balboa 1821.
FOR SALE: Maytag Wa th thing
ing thing Machine wringer type ex excellent
cellent excellent condition. 60 cycle call
87-384.
FOR SALE: Four mahoga mahogany
ny mahogany bar (tool. Ph. Balboa 116.
FOR SALE: Mahogany din dining
ing dining room set, extension table
-nd six upholstered c h a I r
made by Cow. Mahogany
and bamboo living room chairs
and tables, lemps and miscel miscel-lanlous
lanlous miscel-lanlous items priced for quirk
sale. 0904- Amador read, Ph.
2-1916. Bal.
FOR SALE: Refrigerator
Norge 8-ft $135 (available,
March 4) Fan $20 Both 25 eye
las. 1527 B Almons St. GaviUn
Area, Balboa, Phone Balboa
1781.
FOR SALE: 3 pc Mahogany
living room, et contitting of
Davenpart and 2 chair $50
good condition Call 87-5188.
Boats & Motors
FOR SALE: -1 8-ft. .sleep. Beit
offer, Robert Harris, Albrook
2166. Mut 111.
FOR SALE: 20 ft. cabin
boat '. .Beachcomber" twin 25
H.P. Outboard. A 1 condition.
25 mph. See "Red" at Diablo
Club or call Bal. 2-3305.
.Motorcycles
FOR SALE: 154 Deluxe mo
-torcyeia" jva h.p. all extras
pric $450410. Call Sgt.-Nitel af
Albrook SM1 12 evenings. :-
Ft. Clayton Names
5 Contestants For
EniAlfoinmAif DaA
LiiiGiiaiiiiiieaii ivavir
The first post preliminary of the
1957 USARCarih All-Army Enter Entertainment
tainment Entertainment Contest was held at the
Fort Clayton Service Club last
Tuesday night.
M-Sgt. Juan Soto, Jr.. mem
ber of the Army Audit Agency
was judged the winner in, the vo
cal soloist class with his rendition
of "Come Back to' Sorrento."
Pvt. Gunter E. K. Howard, U.S.
Army Garrison, was named the
winner in the instrumental soloist
category with an accordion solo
of "Lady of Spain". In the indivi individual
dual individual speciality class PFC Wil
liam Hardin, Jr. a member of the
U.S. Army Engineer Service, was
judged the winner with his Bop
Dance, "Hot Dog Buddy".
"The Interludes," a combo
from the 79th Army Band, won
the instrumental group class .with
their arrangement of "Perfidia".
The group is led by Sgt. Robert
D. Arledge, drums; and includes
Pvt. Lewis J. Norrell, bass; PFC
Ronald J. Haskin. sax and clari
net; PFC Robert P. Shally, trum
pet; and Sp3 Larry J. Farano, pia piano.
no. piano.
PFC Richard Cronwell, a mem member
ber member Af the Caribbean Forces Net Network,
work, Network, was mastet of ceremonies.
These acta from Fort Clavton
will compete March 9 with win
ners of the other Panama Area
Service Clubs and winners from
the Antillas at the USARCarib fi fi-bals
bals fi-bals at Fort Clayton-Theater No.2,
for a chance to go to the States for
the All-Army Contest.

38" 716" 12" 916" 58" 34" -1"
Geneva, s A:
' : Trinsisthmiaa Highway TeL 3-72S6

WANTED: : Vacation quarters
Canal Zen, 3 months or long longer.
er. longer. Call Curundu 6262.

Army Officers In Latin Posts
Gather For Annual Conference

Army Military Missions and Mi
litary Assistance Advisory Group
(MAAG) officer from Central
Missionary Service!
Climaxes Annual
Episcopal Conclave
A district missionary service,
climaxing the 37th annual district
mnvrwtfltmn nf the Enisrnni.
Church, will be held at St. Paul's
church in Panama City tomorrow,
evening, starting 4:30.
The special preacher for this
service, is the Rt. Rev. Gerald H.
Brooks, Lord Bishop of British
Honduras, who attended the con convocation
vocation convocation as a guest and also spoke
at several meetings.
Bishop Brooks will preach at the
Cathedral of St. Luke, Ancon, 11
a.m. tomorrow, and at 7:30 p.m.
he will be the preacher at Christ
Church, Colon.
Members of the various parish
es in the diocese are invited to
the district missionary service. All
the clergy will vest, some of
whom will officiate in the serv service',
ice', service', with Bishop Reginald H
Gooden.
Army Engineers
Award Contracts
For Over $5,000
The, chief of th. Engineering
Division of U.S. Army Caribbean.
awarded contracts totaling1 $5, $5,-114.00
114.00 $5,-114.00 to local contractors dur
ing the period February 18
through 11.
i
A $1,843.00 contract for the
reconstruction of the tennis
court fence at Fort Sherman was
awarded to Hermanos Wright,
S.A.
H. I. Homa Company received
contracts for $3,271.00 to Install
wall tile in commissary building
No. 1, Fort Kobbe; and to install
vinyl-asbestos tile in building
No. 219 at Fort Gulick.
All the work.will be completed
this year.
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; Ballet, Spanish dartce, guitar, la la-diet
diet la-diet rhythmic exercise, children
rhythmic band. Mrs, Donaldten.
. Phone Gulick 689.

LESSONS: Learn Ballroom
dancing, adults teenagers. Bal'
boa 2-4239. Harnett and Dunn.
and South American countries and
Department of tne Army repre representatives
sentatives representatives will arrive' over tbi
weekend to attend their annual
conference at U.S. Army Carib Caribbean
bean Caribbean headquarters at Fort Ama Amador.
dor. Amador. :T"; -f'-f-. .'. ; .... .
The conference beginning Mon Monday
day Monday and continuing until March 5
wiii be divided into thre
pnases: maau conference, Feb.
5-27 ; Missions conference, Feb.
28 March 1 1; and .a refresher
course in tactical employment of
atomic weapons, March 4 and 5.
Those attending the conference
are Maj. Gen. Robert F. Sink,
chief of the joint Brazil United
States Military Commissions; (M
AAG) Gen. William J. Verbeck,
commanding general, U.S. Army
Forces Antilles and Military Dis District
trict District of Puerto, Rico; and Col.
Charles J. Payne, chief, United
States Army element (MAAG)
Chile. .K
Military Mission chiefs attend attending
ing attending are Col. Delbert B. Freeman,
Bolivia;. Col. Daniel M. Cheston
III and Lt Col. David Cooper, Co
lombia; Col Paul S. Schoemaker,
Costa Rica; Col. Harold S. Issac Issac-son,
son, Issac-son, and Lt. Col. Lee L. Stewart,
Cuba; -Col. Dan, S. McMillin, E E-cuador;
cuador; E-cuador; and Co:: Clebert L. Hail,
El Salvador.
Also Col. Walter P. Goodwm,
Guatemala; Col. Carston A.
Greene, Honduras; Col. Leonard
E.. Echols,' Nicaragua;, Lt- Col.
Willys E. Lord, Panama? Col. Ed Edwin
win Edwin V. Southerland, Paraguay:
Col. Ralph Talbot, Uruguay J and
Col. George E. Baya, Venezuela.
Department of the Army repre repre-Tilson,
Tilson, repre-Tilson, Lt. CoL B. F. Cook and Lt.
rl B S T.nne. all Of the OfflC
of the Deputy Cheff Staffer
Operations; Lt. Col. V. E,..Veatch.
office of the Deputy Chief of Staff
for Logistics; Lt. coi. a, n. van.
Continental Army Command; ana
Maj. B. H. Yobs, the At-
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INCOME TAX MADE EASY (No. U)
(WE SHOULD LIVE SO LONG) L

By RICHARD A. MULLEN.
Written for NBA $rvie
BEFORE deciding whether to
file your return on the simple
form 1040A or the more complicat complicated
ed complicated Form 1040 you must know
whether you qualify for any of the
tax breaks which can be claimed
only on Form 1040.

where it is subtracted from the

tax otherwise due.

Now you art rady to decide

which tax form to us in report reporting
ing reporting vour 1956 income.

Here are some tips which will

help you.
You may us Form 1040A if:
1. Your gross income is less
than $5,000, and
2. Your gross income was re received
ceived received in the farm of salary, wag-

Tho nrpvious

i j all Knt nnp of Slicll

f HV i.c i thire- es. dividends, or interest, and

rremenrincon-.; crediC tax 3. Your gross income from sourc sourc-S
S sourc-S g ven for the first time in es other, than wages object to
lb95e4aktogpeoPle who retire on their mUMiJg
own savings .nd investments ( XWrnAifl,;

Congrats .". rnmhinpri inivim.: meets th ahnv

last yar to make it easier r
for taxDivcrs ovr 65 to qualify

for th rtirmnt incom Crdit.
Hr's how th rdlt works:
All taxpayers over 65 and those
tazpayers under 65 who are retir retired
ed retired under a public retirement sys system
tem system established by the United
States, or a state, territory, pos pos-.ession
.ession pos-.ession or political subdivision are
allowed a credit against their tax
of 20 per cent of their "retirement
income."
"Retirement income" is defined
a income from pensions, "nui "nui-ties,
ties, "nui-ties, interest, rents end dividends.
The amount taken into account
in any on yar may not xceed
$1,200 for each taxpayer minus
th sum of: .,
i TT.vpmnt social security, or

Railroad Retirement Act pensions.;

or annuities receiveu,
2. Other tax exempt pensions or

annuities ivvv..

USD

lI!L'''BI!!l"

. nnnKifin i nut isw

test. Married couples whose legal
residence is in a community pro property
perty property state may not file separate

returns on form 1040A.
Do not us Form 1040A if:
' 1. You qualify as "head of house household"
hold" household" or "surviving spouse."
2. Your personal deductions ex

ceed 10 per cent of your adjusted

gross income.

3. You have any reimbursed ex

penses, out-of-town travel expens

es, transportation expenses relat

ed to your work, or expenses as
an outside salesman (See article

4.)
4. You ha,ve dividend income in
excess of the dividend exclusion.
(See article 5.)
5. You are entitled to the credit
for retirement income explained a a-bove
bove a-bove in this article.
6. You have made payments of
estimated tax for 1956.
7. You had more than $84 of

Tax Quiz: Short Form Or Long?

pHECK the answer you think Is correct ana men compare
with the answers printed below-.

1. Can you compute your own tax If you use Form 1040A?
2. Are you entitled to claim the $56 dividend exclusion If
you use Form 1S40A? Yes No t
3. Can you claim the dividends received credit en Form
1040AT Yes No
4. Can you claim s deduction for child care expenses on
Form 1040A? Yea No

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gPT HE XfDtllY NEWSPAPER

AN INDEPENDENT,

"Let tfie people know the truth and the country h safe9 Abraham' Lincoln

on () -on (t Hi' ( U) !S3M8NV ,

DO NOT Us Short

if:

F.I.C.A. (Social Security) tax

i 1.1.1 1 1 r 1 nrn

- --- ;,i,.m(,nt nav Dasea uii wunneia irom your pay in ioo

".;,Kni. rpsultine from a c t i v e. because you received wages from

and

.1. nf a taxDaver un

"der 65 any earned income in laao
.per do, i j .. e uf

in excess vi ,.njpr
'taxpayers 65 or over and under
12 any earned income m excess
of' $1200. Earned income mean,
Salaries, wages, or other compen compen-sation
sation compen-sation for personal services. Once
a taxpayer is 72, this third reduc reduction
tion reduction does not apply. ..
' Th retirement incom credit
can 'n.y be claimed by WUn. out
Schedule K. of Form 1040. If
' jc-int return is fiW. Column A is
for th. wif and Column B for
E.chb.S. may qualify for the
..J: V.,HpH hP and she can

both answer "yes"

to

the ques-

earned in

come (that is, income rrom w-b
salaries, or other compensa compensa-n
n compensa-n personal services) of more

than $600 in any w f TVr

then only

t iv nnp sDOUse can a n

ii..i." t i rn s ii ur.iiiwii

that spouse can fill out the re remainder
mainder remainder of the column to see if
he qualifies for the credit. A wi widow
dow widow or widower may answer yes
to this question if the deceased
spouse met the 10 year income
tCBy filling out the remaining i i-tems
tems i-tems in Schedule K. under each
column with a "yes" check, your
retirement income credit win
show up as the amount in line i 12.
This amount is then transferred to

line 13 (b), page l or rorm

more than one employer. (See ar article
ticle article 12.)

8. You are entitled to the exclu

Your personal deductions exceed

10 per cent of your adjusted gross
income.
Long Form 1040 can be used by
any taxpayer who itemized his de deductions
ductions deductions on page 2. This form
must be used whenever the adjust adjusted
ed adjusted gross income shown in item
11, page 1, of Form 1040 is $5,000
or more.
Those of you using Form 1040A
may, if you wish, compute your
own tax from the schedule on the
instructions. Or, if you prefer, you
can leave the tax computation
spaces blank and let the District
Director compute your tax.
The District Director of Internal
Revenue will use the tax t able
printed on the instructions for
Form 1040A to compute your tax

Form 1040 and. if necessary, part of pace 2

showing all your exemptions and
all your income and the schedules
on page 4 if applicable to you.
Then find your tax from the Tax
Table on the last page of the offi official
cial official Instructions.
Just follow the single Instruc Instructions
tions Instructions at the top of the Table and
be sure to select the exemption
column that corresponds to the
number of exemptions you claim
on page 1. Then enter the tax in
Item 12, on page 1. The last
few steps necessary to complete
your Short Form 1040 will be de described
scribed described in tomorrow's article.
Those of you who itemize de deductions
ductions deductions or who have incomes in
excess of $5,000 must use the tat

computation schedule on page 2 of

me return to compute your tax.

sion for sick pay. (See article 4.) land send you a refund or a bill

You may us short Form 1040 depending on whether too much

if:

Your adjusted gross income, l l-tem
tem l-tem 11, page 1 of Form 1040, is
less than $5,000 You cannot item itemize
ize itemize deductions on the Short Form
1040.

tax or too little tax was withheld
from your pay. If you compute
your own tax, you must pay any

tax due when you file the return.
Those of your using the Short
Form 1040 should fill in page 1

Only 11 Out Of 127 Army Men Pass
Expert Infantryman Test At Kobbe

The Army docs not give out a a-wards
wards a-wards lightly. This was proven
geographically last week as only
eleven men out of an original 127
basically qualified successfully
completed the rigorous t e s t i n g
necessary to receive the Expert
Infantryman Badge at Ft. Kobbe.
Approximately 200 other person personnel
nel personnel took the test for training pur purposes.
poses. purposes. The first dap's writtent test, de designed
signed designed to separate the men from
the boys, took a devastating toll.
At days end only 17 men remained
eligible.
On the second, day six more

Weather Or Not

This weather report for the 24
hours endin. a m. today, is P- (
pared b the Meteorohjpical and
Hydrooraphic Branch of the Pana Panama
ma Panama Canal Company:
BALBOA CRISTOBAL
TEMPERATURE:
Hi,h ........ 92
Low 72 76
HUMIDITY:
H "
Lew 47 77
WIND: .
(max. mph) .. N18 NE19
RAIN (inches) 0 0
WATER TEMP.:
(inner harbors) 71 SO

BALBOA TIDES
SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 24

Cuban Government

Seizes Opposition
Daily 'Restate'
HAVANA, Feb. 23 (UP) The
eovernment closed todav the

small opposition daily newspaper

Kescate, seized us plant and tiled
charges of public disorder and
incitation to violence against it
publisher.
The publisher, Raul Lorenzo, Is
a Cuban senator and before he

lean be tried on the charges the
(courts must get Congress to sus sus-'pend
'pend sus-'pend his legislative immunity.
Such action bv Congress is not
I considered likely.
At the same time presidential
palace spokesman and chief cen

sor l uzi de forras denied a

report published abroad

press censorship in effect sincej
Jan. 15 had been lifted. I
j He said that sterj "must await

restoration of constitutional guar-

were eliminated. The elnven then
surviving went on to successfully
complete the week-lonfe course.
On of th more difficult field
tests consisted of running a ba bayonet
yonet bayonet assault course in lose than
three minutes. Best time for the
ordeal was two minutes, forty forty-six
six forty-six seconds, barely under the
limit.
Lt. Miguel Nieves, of the Train Training
ing Training and Operations Section, was
top man for the group, scoring
well on the intricate map work,
the difficult compass course, etc.
Lt. Nieves, a West Point graduate,
hails from Puerto Rico.
As a result oft he testing, six
enlisted men and five officers
have earned the right to wear the
E.I.B. All stfoxieh etaolnETA
E.I.B. All six of the EM were first
three graders.

Icy River Halts
Search In Korea

For C-124 Survivors

SEOUL, Korea, Feb. 23 (UP)
A 19-foot tide of icy water swept
into the Han River estuary today
halting a search for 15 service servicemen
men servicemen missing In the crash of a U.
S. Air Force C-124 Glohemaster
with more than 150 aboard.
Air-ground teams of belicptcrs
and 300 soldiers recobercd five

bodies before the swirling t i d e. persons

carrying huge cakes of ice, rush-

tnatled up the river and partly cover

ed me sanaspu wnere ine giant

transport crash-landed, last night

Segregation Stunt

For Brotherhood

Week Backfires

. DETROIT fUP)-An experiment
in segregation at thp TTnivorsit,,

vi fciroii ien riai yesterday.
Members of the Student Council
thought it would be a ennrl 1He

to publicize Brotherhood Week by
forcing students in the engineer engineering,
ing, engineering, commerce and finance
schools to eat in roped-off areas
of the cafeteria to demonstrate

discrimination. ,
It also was decided that no blue

eyed blonds could use the rfWnir.

ing fountain and that all liberal

arts students could eo to the head

of all the lines.

Came the day of the big exoer-

lment.

The cafeteria was roped off anri

ROTC members in uniform stood
about to enforce the regulations.
A mob of indignant students who
were being discriminated against
stormed the cafeteria, ripped down
the ropes and lugged the ROTC
boys outside. Then they ate lunch
where they wanted to.

32nd TEAR

PANAMA, K .P., SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 23, 1957

: rpn cents

Bill

To Outlaw Mixed

Foiled In

oeorqia

Baseball
...

Legislature

Israel Says Arabs
Made Three Forays
Al Jordan Border

TEL AVIV, Israel, Feb. 23 (UP)
Israel today accused the Arabs
of three attacks near the Israeli Israeli-Jordanian
Jordanian Israeli-Jordanian frontier in which three
Israelis werewaunded.
An announcement said a-border
patrol vehicle was ambushd near
Bet Nabala village close to the

Jordanian frontier. A

ATLANTA, Feb. 23 (UP -Gov

ernor Marvin Griffin praised the
Georgia legislature today although

it failed for a fifth straight time

yesterday, to pass an administra

tion-spnsored bill to outlaw ra

cially mixed baseball f.ti the state.
The bill imposing segregation on

all forms of entertainment but aim

ed mainly at professional baseball

bogged down in opposition delay

mg tactics in a tinal session in

the House yesterday.

An administration spokesman
predicted the bill will pass next

year. v
. Griffin praised th legislature
for its enactment of "on note noteworthy
worthy noteworthy piece of legislation,"
resolution calling for impeach impeachment
ment impeachment of six members of th U.S.
Supreme Court,

The resolution needed only Grif

fin s signature to go to Washing Washington.
ton. Washington. No membet of the Georgia

delegation has spoken in favor uf

it.

The resolution, stemming from
southern dissatisfaction with U. S.
Supreme Court decisions involving
segregation, states' rights and sed sedition,
ition, sedition, charge the cited justices with
"high crimes and misdemeanors
in office.
In other developments of the
segreation issue in the south:
Th Florida legislative com
mitte investigating th Nation National
al National Assn. for th Advancement of
Colored People will resume Its
hearings Monday in Miami. In
hearings at Tallahassee th com- 1
mi tree sought evldtkc f
NAACP instigation of Nogroes'
Integration moves.

A recorder's court in Motgom

ery, Ala., dropped charges against

seven white men accused of dyna

miting Negro homes and churches

in an aftermath of grand jury in
dictments of four of the men. Au

thorities said it was agreed that

city charges would be dismissed

ainst any suspectst he grand ju

ry failed to indie', when it consi
dered the cases recently.

Two Negro men were held in

jail charged with attacking and

slightly injuring Police Chief C.C.

Hemby yesterday when he order

ed two Negro women to move from

a white waiting room at the &s

cambia, Ala., railroad station.

Hemby said he was slugged, with
his own blackjack by the men, but

he finally subdued and held them

until help arrived.

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ALL TIED UP Columbia University English Instructor Charles Van boren.who ran up his
television quiz show winnings to $143,000 before being tied, looks at the tote board in New
York with Mrs- Vivienne Nearing, who tied him at 21 points. Mrs. Nearlng and Van borers"
will return to the "21" program next Monday to play off their tie vlth a value of $1,000. at attached
tached attached to each point separating their final scores. ; -' ,,?;,

OAS Adopts Protocbl Binditig

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Jay-Walking Robot

Fined By Police

MIAMI (UP)-Ellp-Bim became

civilian 'history's first robot with a police

truck was attacked at Afula in record yesterday when he was ar-

the same general area and two rested for lay-walking

U.S. Air Force authorities here

said that due to a "mixup in ma

and two

aboard were wounded.

In the third incident, Israel said

a Jordanian shepherd crossed the

border under cover of

Arab legionnaires. An

The 6-foot mechanical creation

of Stuart Abel, a sophomore elec electrical
trical electrical engineering student who

fire from built the monster named Elly-Bim

Israeli in his spare time, was "arrested"

policeman was wounded. as a publicity stunt for the Uni-

Israeli army forces returned versity of Miami s annual engi-

i ii.Hk 1 nucaia luuc itimj

Such guarantees wen, suspended tn'l.

simultaneously with the establish

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have been the nre tne announcement said, neering exhibit.

WASHINGTON Feb. 2 (UP)

The1 Organization of American

States has adopted a draft proto

col that would bind member! na

tidns to prevent civil strife iff the

nemispnere. .v. ;
The document was approved by
tbe OAS council by 17 voteii in
. 1 t a; tm.

iavor ana uiree arjienuons. jne.au
stentions came from Bolivia. Vene

zuela and Mexico; Panama" was

MfM. , r;.i
The protocol; :which lists" "rights

and duties- of members States an

the event of civil wars," was rec

ommended by the. tenth inter-A-J
merican conference at Caracas in

1954.' ... -riWf ;';
- Specifically, the protocol -'s'tipu

lates that each member

mustr ." "
1. Watch and ban traffic f ar armaments
maments armaments designed t Initiate)
promote or help civil war in an another
other another American state;

2. Prevent th passage of land

vessels with th same purspoe;
3. Prevent any person frem pre.
paring, organising and executing
a military enterprise designed
to start a civil war in another
mmbr nation.

' Approval of the protocol follows

months of intense debates during
which. a controversial Article Six
calling for suppression of publica

tion petting civil- war was elimi-

natedv .. ,-,
Article Twostipulatesha't'th
protocol ceeses t be eppllcebl
once a. country recognized a re re-"beli.
"beli. re-"beli. rgim; Jn which cat it
should adhre to ''the rules of
nutratity:'' -

Bolivian Ambassador Victor A-

state drade tried -strenously to push

through an amendment stating
that the protocol will not affect
the right of free transit."

Instead, the council adopted a

The proponents of the proposal
argued that it entailed the rights
of transit requested by Bolivia.
But, Andrad said Bolivia, a
landlocked nation, must Insist on
', an explicit statement safeguard,
ing free transit and thah unless
this was adopted h would have
to abstain from voting n the
, protocol."
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Mexico abstained on Ihe'erdtmdi

ihat .already i-existing Inter-Amer-

jean,; accoras esiamisn ine pnnci
pie of neutrality in internal affairs

lof .-other :stateiv,.;-,,,.;. &::4:t :

ManahciTeve

Spile, 23, lost his wife because of

too many mafianas,; ,'4 'y; yi

Mile was divorced fnmvJUK21-

Chilean proposa that the protocol'year-old wife, Sylvia,-?- after sh

would not affec. "previously con-testified he.'was always? promising

transportation, airplane ; and 'tracted international agreements.'; tQj look for a Job the next da.

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Envoy Replaced As
Red Parly Members
In Italy Decrease

Solon Says Army May Accept Plan
To Step Up National Guard Training

Their figure listed 137 survivors

and five known dead.
Hospitals at Ascom City and
Kimpo Air Base discharged 100
survivors this morning. Thep had
been rushed to the hospitals last
night by helicopter and ambulance
rlnrinff a hurried evacuation from

the tide-threatened sandpit where WASHINGTON, Feb. 23 (UP) terday authorized Brooks to try to
they were marooned. Rep. Overton Brooks (D-La) pre- seek Army and Guard approval of
dieted today that tbe Army even-' a compromise along tbe lines of a

wl O J.,1 I ...... tually will accept a compromise plan be outlined.

I IIC UUUT kCaiC9oi its plan for stepping up the
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emits.
Brooks, chairman of the House
Andcd Services '. subcommittee

which held bearings on the Army's

Hospital After
Neck Treatment

program for tbe Guard, told news

men he is confident that a "m

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months six-months training program be de de-laved
laved de-laved until Juno 30 iaM fnr

Guard recruitment of 18V4 years

u-loHs In the meantime, these young!

ROME, Feb 23 (UP) Russia
today replaced its Ambassador to
Rome, Alexander Bogomolov, af after
ter after a three-year tenure during
which Italian Communist P a r ly
membership was cut by half.
An Italian announcement said

Semen Pavlovich Kozyrev, a ca t HOLLYWOOD (UP) Actress tually

reer diplomat, had been named to Marie (Tbe Bodp) McDonald was will be worked out. training.
succeed Bogomolov. 'released today from St. Joseph! He said he tentatively plans to. I
The Switch of Soviet ambassad-lHosoiUl where she underwent an confer Monday with Army Secre- The National Guard Atanrlatimi

ors followed the arrival in Rome examination for a possible slipped tary Wither M. Brucker about his promptly accepted tbe compro compro-this
this compro-this month of a new U.S. Envoy.jdisc jn her neck. own ideas for a compromise. jmise with a few minor revisions.!

james nueroacn, w replace wrs.j Her physician. Dr. waiter Rich- But the Army, after scanning
Clare Boothe Luce. man, said the shapely beauty may Six Mentha Training press accounts of the proposal, re-
Bogomolov, 57, came to Rome have Injured her neck in a tratfic jected it as nnworkable on
Feb. 24, 1954, when this NATO accident several months ago. The Army has ordered ail new (rounds the delay was trv Viri

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'country was undergoing a politic

al crisis.
Italy's Communist Party at that
time numbered some 2.500,000
members, easily the biggest out outside
side outside the Iron Curtain.

During his tenure, Bogomolov

Hair-Curling

Proposition

National Guard recruits after Ap April
ril April 1 to take six months of active
duty training. Guard officials have
opposed the order on grounds it
would hinder recruiting. They pro-

'oosed aa 11-week training- period

WASHINGTON (UP) Monkeys, instead.

Secretary

Defense

Wilson recently

Charles

heightened

K.

the

watched the Kremlin's anti-Stalin are convinced that atomic radia

campaign and the Soviet crushing tion is a hair-curUni proposition.

of tbe Hungarian revolt whittle Scientists, in an experiment j controversy by charging 'hat
down Italian Communist member- find how to protect htans some youths )olned the Guard dur dur-ship
ship dur-ship to around 1.200.000. against radiation effects, su cd- ing tbe Korean War to avoid The
This year alone, an estimated ed some straight-haired monkevs draft. Guard officials heatedly de de-600.000
600.000 de-600.000 Italians failed to renew to the atomie treatment. The mon Bled tbe charge and Wilson was
their Communist Party member- keys lost all their hair, but hen rebuked by President Fisenhw.
ship.. ; lit reappeared later, it was curly.' The House Subcommittee yes-

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SCfln BHADI-MAHT MOHPHY

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a ii- m in 7 kuciuuj ici i urc uwr
open for future negotiations.
Brooks was asked if he would
agree to a shorter delay if the
Army persists in its opposition to
a 15-month postponement f the
six-month program.
..He did not reply directly, but

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insistent about everpthing thai
they incur the opposition of the
whole country," he said. "I-'hink
you can say the Army is going to
be reasonable and we will expect
them to be reasonable."

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