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

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AN INDEPENDENT iHE, DAILY NEWSPAPER
Panama American
'Let the people know the truth and the country is safe' Abraham Lincoln,
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PANAMA, R. P., SATURDAY, JANUARY 18, 1955
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Local Co-Op Loses
Safe, Cash, Food
To Daring Burglar
In a daring post-midnight burglary, thieves made off
today with $500 in cash, a 200-lb. safe and about $400
worth of groceries.
After the burglars pried open steel bars covering a
window in the rear of a food store operated by the Pan Panama
ama Panama Consumers Cooperative they opened the door and
dragged out the safe, with the money inside.
Panama National Guardsmen and Secret Police opera operatives
tives operatives recovered several bags of foodstuff and cigarettes
dropped by the thieves in their haste.

The exact amount and the value
of foodstuff stolen can not be de

termined until there is time for

an inventory, officers of the coop cooperative
erative cooperative said.
The store located at 1062 Par Par-que
que Par-que Lefevre, near the Republic of
Haiti School,, opened for business
during its regular hours today.
The burglary occurred between
3:30 and 4:00 a.m.

Fire Relief Is Systematized

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Well Known Ionian,
William N. Taylor,
Dies In Hospital

It was first suspected by a neigh neighbor,
bor, neighbor, who heard strange sounds, a-

long, with dogs barking outside the

store. He teiepnonea nam mem,
Dresident of the Consumers Coop

erative, who lives across the

street. Reid called the authorities

Investigation of the crime is
still under way, but a spokesman
for the cooperative said it was ap-

uarently well-planned. There is ev

idence that the thieves first sought

to gain entry by operating on
side door with a brace and bit.

Failing in this, they went around
to the rear where they pried apart

the bars of an iron grille and gam

ed entrv through a window. -Once

inside they were able to open the
door.

indicated the SOO-io.

acres

dricufflefftsT arid the cooperatives
petty cash check No. 399 in the
sum of $166.30. The Check is not
negotiable.
Numbers of m e m b e rs and
friends of the cooperative move movement
ment movement assisted the Guardsmen and
detectives in investigating the bur burglary.
glary. burglary. The bags that were recovered
contained: two five-pound tins of
Klim. four two-ahd-a-half-pound

tins of Klim, four two-and-a-half-

pound tins of Biolae, 141 packages
of cigarettes of assort

ed brands, one pound of lard, six
apples, eight pounds of cheese, 12

cans of Spam, four cans oi mncn

eon meat, two loaves of raisin

bread and five pounds of salami.

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WILLIAM N. TAYLOR

William N. Taylor

ore, was born in Parai

a well-known

Canal

Santo To

National Debt
Ceiling Boost
Passage Seen

WASHINGTON. Jan. 18 (UP)

President Elsenhower's request
to temporarily raise the national

deot ceiling five billion dollars
today appeared headed for pas passage
sage passage in a Houte vote Tuesday.

Tne senate Finance Commit

tee planned to take ud the bill

Jan. 27. It was expected to meet

some resistance from the Senate

economy woe

The measure sot over its first

hurdle yesterday when the House

Ways & Means Committee ap

proved it by an overwhelming

margin.

The temporary increase would

boost the debt limit from 275 to

280 billion dollars until June 30

1859. The debt now stands a

$274,125,000,000. making debt

management an extremely deli

cate cnore.

Both Treasury Secretary Rob Rob-ert
ert Rob-ert B. Anderson and Budget Dl Dl-rector
rector Dl-rector Percival F. Brundage told
the House committee that boost boosting
ing boosting the debt limit would save the
taxpayers money.
Brundage also told the com committee
mittee committee that an American-Soviet
agreement on preliminary dis

armament steps could lead to a
substantial tax redaction. Mean Meantime,
time, Meantime, he said strictconomy was
needed to hold the Jine on taxes.
The committee shouted down a
proposal by Rep. John W. Byrnes
(R-Wis.) to boost the debt ceil ceiling
ing ceiling only three billion dollars.

it then

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DEVASTATED AREA

Before the Blaze

Car Driven
By Soldier
Kills Girl

A Ft. Clayton soldier is being

held in Panama jail after the car
he was driving on Tocumen Air-

nnrt Road last night kiHed a lfc

year-old Panamanian girl who was

leaving a bus.

The soldier was identified as
Larry D. Bethel. His victim was
Amada Rodriguez. He was arrest arrested
ed arrested after oolice chased him in a

hiia and fired several shots into

the air.
According to the Panama Po Police,
lice, Police, Bethel was driving a Ford
coup when he ran over the girl
who was alighting from a bus. He
pad Ms ear away from he
scene, but a policeman riding in
the bus urged the driver to fol follow
low follow the hit-and-run car.

The accident occurred near the

town of San Miguelito, not far

from the Roosevelt monument, at

8:15 P.m.

Bethel's passjmgers were Robert
D.vke. a 17-yar-old Balboa High

School iunl who lives in Pana

ma, and jmo Panamanian girls

who wernot identified. Dyke was

releasee! by authorities after mak

Ing a statement today. Bethel was
treated last night at Santo Tomas
Hospital for shock, and was jailed
today.
Police blamed excessive speed
as the cause of the accident. The
girl, an orphan from the town
of Sona, Province of Veragua,
wa going to San Miguelito to
visit her grandfather, Jose An
gel Sards, when the was struck
down last night.

The bus in which she was a pas passenger
senger passenger chased the soldier's car for
a short distance before cutting him
off the road. Several shots were

fired by police in the air before,

Bethel was apprehended. The two
girls who were passengers fled
from the scene before they could
e identified.

so and trew

up on the Canal Zone.

his fatner, WUlUto D. Taylor.

who lives in Panama City, wis,
postmaster in most of the major

Zone post offices for many years

before his retirement from the

postal service.

'Bill" got his first fob with the
Canal in January, 1935 during a
lock overhaul. He had attended
grade school in Ancon and later
went to Maryland to complete his
education.

He became a permanent employe

of the Canal in February, 1937,

when he was employed in the local-rate
personnel office in Cristo

bal.

All of his work since that time

has been with the Canal's Person Personnel
nel Personnel Bureau for which he handled

local-rate employment.

Mr. Taylor was promoted to in

terviewer in 1939 and was placed

in charge of the Cristobal Labor
Office in Balboa. Promted through
various grades, he held the posi position
tion position of chief of the Jocal-rate per personnel
sonnel personnel section at the time of his
death.
In 1945, he wetn to San Salvador
on a recruiting mission for the Ca Canal
nal Canal Company.
He was extremely active in
Bey Scout work on both sides of
the Isthmus, and served for
many years on the Scout council.
He was one of the scout leaders

namea law year to accomoany
Zone Boy Scouts to the National
Jamboree held in Valley Forge,
Pa.

Mr. Taylor also took an active

part in the Theater Guild activi

ties throughout the years since its

founding.

He had been m Gorgas Hospital

to rseverai weeks. Yesterday he
was transferred to Santo Tomas
Hospital for an examination, and
later an operation was performed

there.
He succumbed at 5:25; this morn morning.
ing. morning. Mr. Taylor it survived by his
wife, Catherine, who is employ employed
ed employed at a nurte at Ft. Clayton, and
three children, Michael, Sutan
and Layne. Hit father livet in
Panama and hit mother hat
been a retident of New York for
many yeart.

Funeral services will be
nounced later.

an-

Wife Of French
Premier Gaillard
Gives Birth To Girl

PARIS, Jan. 18 (UP) The

wife of Premier Felix Gaillard of
France gave birth to a girl yester yesterday
day yesterday in a private clinic in the west west-side
side west-side Paris district of Neuilly.
The baby was Mme. Dolores
Gaillard's fourth child, but the

second by her marriage to the

38-vear-old Premier.

Mmfe. Gai'lard had two children
bv her first husband, the late

French millionaire Raymond Pa

tenotre. She bore a son by

Gaillard 13 months ago.

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$44 000 Voted
By Assembly;
Leaders Meet

Relief operations to alleviate the sufferings of about
2000 homeless victims of the San Miguel fire were con continuing
tinuing continuing full-force today in what has become known at

uperanon aaivanon.
The entire populace, from botksides of the border

has been alerted, and help is pouring in from civilian and

military organizations as well as from the Panama gov-

vernment.

Burned-out residents of the fire-trap area, in what

is listed as one of the worst fires to hit the Isthmus in the

last two decades, today were somewhat surprised at the

arrival of an Army helicopter on the field of the National
Stadium where they are being given refuge.

Top Army brass, including Maj. Gen. Thomas L Har Har-rold,
rold, Har-rold, Commanding General, USARCARIB, alighted from
the 'coper to make an on-the-spot survey of the most
pressing needs of the homeless.
In a survey conducted by the I workers helped soldiers unload the

Canal yesterday, it was determin- gifts.
ed that 115 employes of the Pana- Meanwhile, each Army post is

$ London Railroad
Stations In Chaos
When Power Falls

LONDON. Jan. 18 (UP1

power failure stalled train service
to and from five of London's 14
railroad stations for nearly an
hour late yesterday and caused
one of the biggest rush hour
scenes of chaos on record.
Trains were unable to enter or
leave Victoria, Charing Cross,
Cannon Street,- Holborn Viaduct

or umaon Bridge stations as a
result of the failure at a sub-station
at Lewisham, a southeastern
suburb.

Police Called in reinforcements

to hold barricades at platform en

trances as kmg queues became

tangled with each other as peop'e

ran in different directions when

twins later were switched to
other than their normal platforms.
Timetables went haywire for
the rest of the day after power
was restored at 4 p.m.

Pravda Accuses US,
Britain Of Causing
Nuclear Arms Race

LONDON. Jan. 18 (UP) The

Soviet newspaper Pravda today

accused the U.S. and Britain of
conspiring to prolong the nu nuclear
clear nuclear arms race, Moscow Radio
reported.
The broadcast quoted Pravda
as having said "influential cir circles"
cles" circles" in the two nations do not
wish to reach an agreement with
the Soviet Union.

The Russian statement reject

ed any idea of an immediate ban

on the production of fissionable

materials, alleging that the

United States has a large supply

of the raw material for nuclear

weapons.

COMMISSARY FOOD ROLLS Into the Stadium. Here the unloading is being supervised by (left
to right) Willy Robinson, manager of the Balboa Commissary, Lester Ferguson, Services and
Supply Director, and Philip Dade, chief of Civ (Photo: Hindi Diamond)

CZJC Night Classes To Tackle Problems Of Income Tax

Registration for the Canal Zone

Junior College extension division

?ht classes in Cristobal will be

held next Monday instead of
Thursday, Jan. 23, it has been an announced
nounced announced by Dean Roger C. Hack-ett.,

Those wishing to register on the

Atlantic side may do so between

6:30 and 8:30 p.m. in the office of

the Cristobal High School.

Registration on the Pacific side

for Junior College extension divi

sion courses will be held Thurs Thursday,
day, Thursday, Jen. 23, from 6:30 to 8:30

in the Junior College office.
Among the courses which will
be offered in the evening classes
in the second semester will be
one in income tax. The course is
particularly designed to meet 'the
needs of income taxpayers who
think that they are entitled to de deductions
ductions deductions in determining their ad

justed gross income or from their I
adjusted gross income.
Following are some possibly de

ductible items from an imaginary
return. Prospective students are

urged to test themselves on them
by marking each item as follows:

1. Not deductible.
2. Deductible in determining ad

justed gross income.

3. Deductible from adjusted
gross income.
a Depreciation of r e f erence
books by an engineer.

b Payment of repair bill of $49
for damage to pleasure automobile

from skid on road. (Not compen
sated for by insurance).

c Fee paid employment agency

tor ODtaimng employment..
d Labor union dues.
e Loss of $200 on sale of Mia
ing Corporation stock to son.

f Fair market value of stamp
collection (a hobby) stolen from
home. Fair market value is less
than cost.

g-Contributions to "empty stock

ing fund" raised by neighbors for

children of a needy family.

h Purchase of Christmas seals
(stamps) from Tuberculosis

League.

i Traveling expenses (over (overnight)
night) (overnight) of teacher attending scien scientific
tific scientific convention. Not reimbursed.

j Bad debt of $50 on personal
loan to a friend.
k Interest of $100 paid on loan
on life insurance. Loan was used to
finance purchase of income-pro-Wclng
securities.
1 Safe deposit box fee, $6 for

personal jewelry.

m Fee to Smith and Brown,

firm of investment consultants, for

advice on personal portfolio of se

curities.

n Ring lost from owner's finger

while swimming.

Shepard Clark, Junior College
insrtuctor in accounting, who will

teach the course and who devise
the above test, says to individuals
who take this test:

"If you are confident yew
knew the right answers to most
of these questions, ft is probable
that you do not need his course,
but if the situation i otherwise,
you probably do need it end
you might even save yourself
some money on your income tax
by taking it!"

The first classes win meet on
Monday, Feb. 3, but only classse

for which at least 10 students reg
istreed on Jan. 23 wilt be started.

ma Canal Company-Canal Zone

government lived in the burned out
area. These figures are not final

cause of the laree number v of

. ... I-,

woe og inuvs, mmuns

to Wrblh exact infor

m atinn in nil PltML i

The sury is being continued to

provide SvEomplete list or nunpoers
and places of employment of these
affected, so that it may be deter determined
mined determined what their individual feeds
may be. The prepared list includes

both full-time and part-time em

ployes, as well as some employed
on a temporary basis.

The census, by Canal units, was:

Health Bureau, 14; Marine Bu Bureau.
reau. Bureau. 55: Enffineering and Con

struction, 16: Transportation and

Terminal. 12: and Civil Affairs

Bureau, one.

In a radio broadcast conemctea

from the Stadium today, a Pana

ma announcer heaped high praise
on the "splendid cooperation" giv given
en given thus far by the Army in its re relief
lief relief operations.

He also commented tnat 3Z ooy
scouts from both Panama and the

Canal Zone were to be congratu

lated for their untiring efforts in
helnins unload and distribute food

and clothme parcels, some ot

them, he said, have been on the

ob almost the entire 36-nours

since the disaster struck.

Thev have also been of great as

sistance in compiling a complete
census of the number of people

left homeless when the 21 houses

in the three-block area were razed

in the afternoon fire Thursday

At noon today, over 500 victims

were being fed a nourishing lunch

prepared in the Army mess kitch kitchens
ens kitchens from gifts of several hundred
pounds of shrimp and fish donated

by the Pesquera wacionai ot ran

ama.

Today members of U.S. Army

Caribbean delivered five truck

loads of clothing and household
goods, which had been donated on

all Army posts in tne area to me
Panama Red Cross for the victims.

A convoy of Army trucks car carrying
rying carrying the gifts arrived at the Na National
tional National stadium about 10 a.m., es escorted
corted escorted bv members of the Na

tional Guard and Military Police.
Crowds of fire victims cheered
es the trucks rolled Into the sta stadium
dium stadium grounds.
The donations were informally

presented by Harrold, on behalf
of his command, to- the First Lady

Mrs. Ernesto de la Guardia, chair chairman
man chairman of the Panama Red Cross:
Mrs. Cecilia Remon, Minister Of
Health and Welfare; Miss Graciela
Remon, secretary general of the
Panama Red Cross; and Dr. Al

berto Bissot, chief of Public

Health.

Also present at the stadium were

Mrs. Harrold, ung. lien, muion u.

Ogden, deputy commanding gener general
al general of USARCARIB; Col. Jobie J.

Dixon, USARCARIB quartermaster

and head of a disaster reuei sur survey
vey survey team; and Col. Walter J. Pres-:

ton. Jr.

Mrs. De la Guardia expressed

Panama's thanks for the gifts ot
clothing, food an dother aid which
have been received from the Ca Canal
nal Canal Zone.

Then the truckloads of items such
as children's clothing, dresses,

trousers, shirts, shoes, underwear,
diapers, bltnkets, matt reeses

sheets. Billows and towels were

driven tb Red Cross headquarters
to be unloaded. Panama Red Cross

continuing to receive donations.

Many military families contributed
direct to the 16 Canal Zone organ

izauons which Dei
drives, dehver4a I

Aim

mbly.

Panama National

meeting man emergency session

early Friday morning voted $44,-

000 aid for the victims of San
Miguel.
In the Canal Zone, many organ organizations
izations organizations continued making collec collections
tions collections of items needed by the)
burned-out residents.
The Santa Cruz Service Center,
has designated a pick-up center
next to the aCredit Union office
has designated a pick-up center.
Childrens' clothing in particular
has been requested.
The Junta Femenina de Beneft
cencia has established two centers

Geddes Hall and Cecil Warner's

Agency for a collection center.

The Pedro Miguel Civic Coun

cil and Paraiso Mutual Aid have
teamed up to make contribution

to the fire victims from the local

towns on the Pacific side of th
Canal Zone.

Thev have located Paraiso

barber shop as a delivery point

for clothing and food items to

be delivered. Those who cannot

make deliveries there can can
Gamboa 714 or Pedro Miguel 487,
116. 214, or 423.. and leave their
address, and packages will be
picked up and taken to the Red
Cross.
The president of the Pedro Mi
gul Civic Council had a personal
talk with the Red Cross Chief and
was promised that any package
addressed to a specific fire vic victim
tim victim would be delivered to the
person for whom.it was meant.
Upon receipt of packages ad addressed
dressed addressed to any one, the name oi
the addressee will be announced
over the Red Cross loudspeaker,

and the package will be held until
claimed by the right person.
. Packages can be left also at
the Gamboa Civic" Council, the
Military Order of the Coo Cootie,
tie, Cootie, Pup Tent No. 2, Una Via of
Cocoli made a sudden and sur surprise
prise surprise clothing, food and toy pick

up from tne residents or cocou

yesterday. They collected eiotoea
for about 500 oersons. These do

nations were turned over to tha
Salvation Army.

Chairman of the committee

was sol J. Kaplan, assisted py
Kenneth H. Weeks. David H,

Searle Jr. and Rocky Bryant. In

addition Cub and Boy Scouts ot
Cocoli who helped were Terry
King. Isaac Hay, Wayne Davis.
Ramon Rodriguez, Thomas
Skritch, Michael Grenier, Mich Michael
ael Michael Rowe, William R. Eddleman,

Lee Wyman and Don Shewn.
Residents of the "West Bank;
of the Canal Zone may leav
their contributions at the post
home of the V.F.W. No. 3835. Co Cocoli
coli Cocoli or call Balboa 2-2912 giving
name and address and phona
number to arrange for homo
pickup.

FREIGHT TRAIN DERAILED
TUSCALOOSA, Ala. (UP) (UP)-Workers
Workers (UP)-Workers attempted to clear the
tracks near here today where 32
cars of a Gulf, Mobile and Ohio
freight train were derailed by the
collapse of a wooden bridge. NS
Injuries were reported and 53 of
the 122 cars cleared the tjB
before it gave way WedneaaH



SATURDAY, JANUARY 18, 1SS
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MAID'S HERE AND THERE
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I would like to tell "Realist" (Mail Box, Jan. 13) that maids

in thf; Canal Zone are very aiiiereni irum mama m
.v...ITnU Tr, t, fif niarp T'rt like to see any maid here do

v.., ti,. .!, "Rpoiist" cavs a maid in the States does in

one. day Down here when a maid washes one day that's about
all she gets done, except maybe cleaning the house.
I don't think maids should complain as they do. First,
even il she starts in to work at $20 a month, If she does her
work and does it well I'm sure her employer will give her any
raise she earns. ., t j
Most of the maids here start in at $20 a month, but instead
of doing a good job and earning a raise they start slipping and
complaining as early as the first week.
I have a maid i pay $25 a month, irshe keeps up the good
work X will give her a $5 raise next month. She keeps house,
mindS my two children, washes and helps to cook But every
time fin home I help her with the work, clean the bathroom
and do the wash. I help my maid as much as I can, and we

get along fine.

Satisfied

DECIREBEL

Sir:
After reading the letters by Sleepless I (Mail Box, Jan. 8)
nd Sleepless II (Mall Box, Jan. 15) I heartily agreed with
everything they wrote. But Curundu is not the only noisy locale
to these parts On the other side of the Ditch there exists the
same situation. Added to this, the noisy colored races are mix mixed
ed mixed In with the quiet white Americans in the same buildings
There may be no segregation on the Canal Zone at the
color level, but how about a little separation at the noise level?
Is this asking too much, In this neck of the Jungle?
Sleepless IV
i
3 COCO SMOKEATOS
fflrf
"As the wife of a military man I was disgusted by the letter
by Pfc Smokey Joe (Mail Box, Jan. 14) In which he suggested
the removal of the fire marshal, chief and captains of the Ca Canal
nal Canal Zone Fire Department.
Smokey Joe said he is a military man. in that case he
should know that each army has its commanding general and
so many officers. It's the same with the CZ Fire Department.
Each district has its chief and so many officers.
Tgmokey Joe also says he Is interested in this problem be be-.i.
.i. be-.i. nf thP vnrhtt,ant sum the military is navinz for fire

protection. Let me tell him the Canal Zone Fire Dapartment
earns every cent of whatever payment it gets. The men do a
goda job, as he'n find out for himself any day his house catches

lire.
mm v,or in onno sniit.n hnvp seen our firemen in action. We

TT l. f AM. W"V I
think they're the best, not only because each man knows his
mm inh hut her .ause he knows his buddy's lob as well.

Smokey Joe should take a trip to Coco Sollto and see our

firemen In action. For us, u s always nice iv see uiuac Ulg

to the red truck, and to Know mat tney are nere ior uur
teClon' K Coco Sollto Housewife

YISIC

Sir:

My religion is catholic. I have devoted all my life to pray
mm mr,A if ho. rtnnp wnnderful thlnes for me.

' lihlle slumbering recently I dreamt I waswalking along

lane. There were four little gins piavmg tnere. mey au secm secm-ed
ed secm-ed fo be about the same age, and all were neatly dressd. Two
were white, and two were colored.
The mothers of the little white girls came along and began

to pull their little children away from wnere tney were piayi"B.
One of the little white girls cried bitterly, wanting one of the
little colored girls to come along with her. The mother could
not help but grant her wish, and both children went off to together
gether together very happily. .
'The other white mother was unset about her little girl
having dirt on her, so the second little colored girl brought her
a basin of water with which to wash her daughter. While her
mother was washing and scolding her, suddenly two hands ap ap-MiXlut
MiXlut ap-MiXlut nf f nnwhorp arnhhpri thp little white child, and bore

her' aloft. The mother just managed to get hold of her. but the
ehittl struggled In its mother's arms. ..
H don't know what happened to them, because my attention
wa at that moment distracted. Lo and behold, clouds darken darkened
ed darkened the sky, except for a small space of light where the moon
shone through.
Suddenly there appeared In the light three chalices. There
were stars along with the moon, and I was so filled with joy
that I began to shout, and called the attention of two women
standing by. Then I heard the voice of a Man saying:. 'What
the Blessed Mother has done for the world, you people of Pan Panama
ama Panama wont change." t iL u a t
The Voice then told me to go and tell the people what I
1A eAAn inH henrri

l only wish that each and every one of your readers had
been there at that glorious time, to share it with me- Tt is be because
cause because of what I saw and heard at that moment that I make a
plea to landlords who have raised their rents frdm $3 a month
to $20.
Brown

Sir:

BRITISH EMBASSIES

Some years ago I was sitting in the lobby of the hotel at
San Jose, Costa Rica. Outside, the boys were having their semi semiannual
annual semiannual rumpus which Is a prominent part of the history of all
Latin Anterican countries. I dont know if the Pros were against
the Cons that day, or whether the Patriarchs against the Re Reprobates,
probates, Reprobates, but lead was flying.
Inside the lobby with me was a North American lady and
her three small children. She was oulte upset because inad inad-wtently
wtently inad-wtently on occasion some of the lead from outside would fly
into the lobby and dance about the walls a bit. She decided to
calf the American Embassy and ask to stay there for protection.
Well, sir, when she got the man on the phone, he said
that she would have to fill out form 802D, making out the
original and five copies, and also she would have to forward
her passport as proof of citizenship. The lady just closed down
the phone and stood there in open-mouthed dismay.
' I told her to try the British Embassy. She called, and the
man said he would send a limousine right over. A few min minutes
utes minutes later the firing stopped and I got up to see If the boys
outside were just cooling their heels or re-loadlng.
' Pulling up in front of the hotel was the limousine with the
Union Jack flag flying on a standard attached: to, the front
lender. The American lady got in with her three children, and
shortly after they had pulled away Jose and Pedro started pop popping
ping popping away.
! The moral of the story Is this: In my days I have travel traveled
ed traveled to quite a few countries and talked to a good many folks in
the hotel lobbies. We have a saying, and I suggest other travel travellers
lers travellers put it far back in their memory and never forget It, Re Regardless
gardless Regardless of your citizenship, if you are residing or traveling in
a foreign country and want help, go to the British Embassy.
If you want information, go to the German Embassy. If you
want a quart of whiskey, go to the American Embassy.
Old Timer

By VICTOR RIESEL

PITTSBURGH Here in the
heart of the Golden Triangle, the
men of steel are saying this na

tion will oe out of tne retrencn retrencn-ment
ment retrencn-ment by Christmas. Until then we
will have some rough times. Ex Exactly
actly Exactly one year from now, howev however,
er, however, we'll be back to where we are

now but with one big, import important
ant important difference. We'll be moving
upward into a golden prosperity

insttad of downward into a slump

These men are not counting on

a space war boom, though this is

the city in which the first atomic

electric power is beginning to flow.

They are counting on a solid new new-kitchen
kitchen new-kitchen appliance and new-car,,
type of prosperity, if they can be i
this optimistic, so can the rest of:

the nation.

For their industry, basic steel i

maKing, is pretty nara mi rigm

now.

At least 50,000 jobs have been

lost this year in a field which

usually employes some 650.000. But

the real story is in the men who

now are working four days a waek

at" four days pay.

ihere are some 200.000 on this

shorter work week and smaller
pay envelope. There's a frighten frightened
ed frightened tightening up. It shocks visitors
from a bigger city where money
still is loose enough to keep the
queues waiting for tables al plush
restaurants where the menu calls
for six bucks for a steak. Yet the

men of steel, both in labor and in industry
dustry industry ciercles. say they'll ride

this out in a year for several rea

sons.
First, the steel workers, 'round
about this summer, automatically

get a four dollar a week pay in increase
crease increase and two dollars more in
special fringe benefits. This will
cost the industry some $14,000,000
more each month. Steel prices
will go up as a result. But a lot of
the big companies will have used

up the steel lyine around in warn,

houses. So,, to beat the price in-

vuu. iiaiiuil 0 UUOU1CKBJ11GU
will rush to start buying heavily
again. Production will shoot up.
Men will be recalled.
Among those who will buy will
be the auto manufacturers. They
may wait until they've finished

bargaining with the Auto Work

ers' Union led by Walter Reuther.

There may be a strike. But either

way, the auto makers will be roll

ing by August or September.
They'd know by then just how

much more money they'll have to
Say the auto workers and they'll
egin stockpiling steel again for

future production needs.

Just about then, the multi-billion
dollar Federal road-buildina

program will get under way. The
missile makers and the space ship
and atomic submarine makers
will also be spending government
billions. But what comfort is all
this to the currently jobless steel-

worker, who will be part of the
expected 5,000,000 to 6,000,000 un unemployed
employed unemployed throughout the country
by next month P
Well, there is no comforting a
man strong or hand and brain who
must sit idly by each morning and
see his neighbors go off to earn

ineir aauy Dreaa. nut tnere is
some solace in what is happening

in the town of Donora, Pa., not
far south of here. Some sociolo

gists have looked into this town
of 12,000. because one out of every

four steelworkers there has been

laid oil.

Nine out of every 10 still going
out to the mills put in less than 40
hours a week. But whether it's
banker or boss,, social workers
or leaders of United Steelworkers
Local 1758, they expect the town
to pull through because of a spe special
cial special system o.' unemployment be

nefits known to the technicians

as SUB. This was negotiated dur

ing 1956. The contracts call for the

steel companies to pay private un

employment relief. This is added

to state jobless insurance for a

total of 05 percent of the regular
pay the steelworker would be tak taking
ing taking home if he were still on the

JOD.

Everybody's happy with it. dur

ing this emergency, including the

companies wnicn put the money
aside during the boom months.

As long as the private funds last,
there will be no real depression depression-except
except depression-except psychological in Dono

ra. There's no more than normal
delinquency of mortage payments
or car installments, and there is
even some savings being put aside

in me town s one Dank.

The Donora story is the same

in a i steel communities. And vou

can count on the Steelworkers U-

nion, whose leaders have been

meeting in a series o. skull ses

sions in Washington, to demand

bigger supplemental unemolov

ment benefits, the year round, in

tne next contract negotiations.

It's helping them ride out this

recession. Tney hope there won't

be another. But they want to be

ready.

Female Ground Rules

By BOB RUARK

I have been regarding the spawn
of my friends lately with appre apprehension
hension apprehension not unmixed with pity,
since it appears that the teen-age
male is being housebroken just
spirit-broken, I should say before
the poor little blighter's barely
weaned. My sympathy, naturally,
is with the male.
I hear tell from one of those
surveys, and also from personal
observation, that the business of
going steady starts in the early
teens, and prpgresses dully toward
the grave. The little women, I am
also told, choose the haberdash haberdashery,
ery, haberdashery, preach against smoking, and

even take over the male yearling s
allowance, doling out the dimes

on a budget basis. m
"And" saysAihe Youth sfch
Institute with a note of alarm,
''the strange part about all this is
that the boys fight fiercely for in

dependence from parental con control,
trol, control, and then in many cases will
turn around and meekly hand
hard-won victories over to their

girl friends."

As a serious thought for 1958. I

should like to submit that this is

tricky not to say dangerous ground
because once they got you trained

to answer the whistle, you re lost.

lads. I was a dewy 22 when I first
submitted to female ground rules,
and it took me 15 years to become

the rambunctious old goat who fin
ally has achieved a mite of re

spect in the house. The scars on

the psyche are irvid.

I do not recommend striking

women, except in self-defense, but

I do heartily recommend battling

them for every inch of ground i are mounting the offensive. This

mat intrudes into male. preroga-is not healthy, if tney run you

ive. Remember, my iuzzy-chinned
friends, you wore the britches

first. Slacks foi women were but
an insidious bid for power, which
has since manifested itself into a
veritable elbow kiss to turn the
she's into he's.
Fight 'em. If they even so much
as attempt to. buy your ties, with wither
er wither them with caustic comments
on their sloppy appearance, and
show up in neckwear so atrocious
that they will plead with you to
burn it. That is known as a Mexi

can compromise. Then, when you
emergr in the small-figured, dove-

gray number (of your own choice).

look lofty and remark that their

dirndl still lacks a je ne sais qUoi.

Sir

PLEASE, JOEL

I 1

CPN finally put Joel Daly back on the morning show. Best
thing they have done in a long time.
I But Joel, please, there are so many of us older folk Betting

up in the morning and we hear that "music" all day long and

au evening.
iWhy not take just the first half hour and olav music for

the older group. After all, the Teenagers are still asleep then,

ana woman i miss it. Ana our oia bones can respond much
easier to auieter music than to rock and roll.

i Why not some pretty waltzes or polkas, or the verv lieht

semi-classical? Who can't respond to the rousing strains of
TW Drinking Song f rem the Student Prince, or the Dance of

the, Sugar pium Fairy from The Nutcracker Suite?
' 'Bai you a doughnut, music like that, even for a s:-iort time.

would be accepted oy the Teenagers. How can anyone appreciate

gooo music ii mey can t, near it?
Please Joel?
- Wistful

now, tigure your pugnt if years

hence, with a lot of squalling chu

dren cluttering up your personali

ty in addition to household bills.
What seemed juvenile solicitude

just turned into nag, nag nag.

The dolls are reversing natur.'s
ancient law that the boys chased

the girls, seized them by the hair,

ana arug em on to a cave. It is

a sad fact that most of the oreda

tory activity is initiated today by

ine remaies.

When they encourage you to

thriftiness, splurge. Go on a beer

bust or a crap game or anything

unlikely to please, and then in-1 before she cast down her eyes and
form them that you can't make I said: "Yes, dear, and ain't you

In tougher times, the ruffed

grouse beat his wings and stomp stomped
ed stomped his foot when he fain would a-

courtmg go, and the, chick stpi
demurely by for to see and to. a

mire. When the stags .are bugling,
the object of the serenade took a

back seat and waited to see how

the horn-clashing would come out

WASHINGTON Looking both
ways to make sure no reporters
saw him, Doug Dillon, the State
Department's able economic chief,
ducked into the of ice of .Sen. Olin
Johnston of South Carolina to dis discuss
cuss discuss pians for paying off Nazi in industrialists
dustrialists industrialists whose property was
seized during World War 11.
Dil on was accompanied by Jac Jacques
ques Jacques Reinstein, director oi Ger German
man German Affairs, and J. P. White, a
State Department lobbyist, who
carried brief cases and also glanc glanced
ed glanced around mrtively.
Waiting inside were the sad-ey-,ed
Senator from South Carolina
and iiis assistant, Harlan Wood.
The State Department trio out

lined a plan to have American
taxpayers dig into their pockets
for an extra $100,000,000 to settle

German claims.
This would double-cross the Ja

panese, who have Secretary of
State Dulles's solemn word that

German and Japanese claims

would be treated alike

The manner in which the State

Department has been pushing the
return o German property, and

the background of the State lie

partment personnel handling it are

significant.
No. 1 man in the State Depart'
ment, John Foster Dulles, was at
torney for the Wall Street bank

ers who poured millions of Ameri

cai. investors money into derma
ny even as Hitler was coming in

to power. Dulles made repeated

statements assuring American in

vestors that their money was safe.

No. 3 man m the State Depart

ment now pushing for the return

of German property. Douglas Du

Ion, was a member of the banking
firm, Dil on, Read and Co., which

poured about 1200,000,000 ot Am
erican investors' money into Ger

many.

Shortly after V-E Day, the head

of Dillon, Read. Gen. William H.

Draper, then in the Army became
head of German industrial recon

struction and aDDOinted to his

personal sta'f Dr. Alexander Kreu-

ter, a former Nazi and former Dil

Ion, Read representative in Ger

any.

It has been the consistent po

licy of many of these bankers to
bring about the return of German

property, and some of them have
been in strategic positions to help

do it.
JOHNSTON BALKS

The proposal for rewarding Ger
man property owners at the ex

pense of A m e r i c a n taxpayers

which Ambassador Dillon outlined

to Senator Johnston was too much

even for Johnston

the double feature this week on ac

count of you wasted your substance
on loose living. Then leer, as much
as to say that you were not unac unaccompanied,
companied, unaccompanied, and that the other
chick older, of course had her
own convertible.
Whenever possible, grow a mus mustache,
tache, mustache, even if it looks -like the

wru'.h of God. Don't shave too of

ten, unless you decide to shave

your head entirely. If she can love

you with a scraped knob, you are
headed toward happiness.

You youn idiots must recognize

one fact: The wooing is being tak

en out of your hands, and the gals

the big strong hoy?'

It would seem to me, gents, that

this going-steady business is un

healthy. Once you get married,

you are going steady the rest of
your life, until divorce doth you

part, and then the whole dreary

process starts all over again. A lit

tle varitety m the young buck
stage might prevent you from a

session with the lawyers later

Now you take me 20 ears on

the blotter come August. And 1..

Dinner's ready? Coming, dear. Of

course, dear. I didn t realize, dear

That's what happens when they

eaten you too young

Walter Winchell I New York

The South Canoliaa Senatar has

been most sympathetic to German

lobbyists, but even he rebelled at

taking money from American tax
payers to reimburse the Germans

Half apologetically. Dillon ex

plained that "the decision to re

quest a direct appropriation was

made at Cabinet level.

Wood suggested that former At
torney General Herb Brownell

who opposed paying indemnity to
our former enemies probably sug suggested
gested suggested the died appropriation as

Cemetery Bosses
Purged In Russia

MOSCOW, Jan. 18 (UP)-Musco-vites
have carried out a vast
purge of cemetery bosses to stop a
ghoulish graveyard racket, it was

disclosed today.

In a two-year campaign, 5 cem

etery managers nave been sen sentenced
tenced sentenced to jail, 20 more have been
discharged from their jobs, 10 still
are on trial and the director of the

Moscow Cemetery Trust, I. Maxi

mov, has received a severe repri reprimand,
mand, reprimand, x
The trials were conducted by
citizens' courts.
During Maximov's trial, witness witnesses
es witnesses testified they paid from e85 to
$525 for plots in cemeteries that
were supposed to be free.
The government newspaper Iz Iz-vestla
vestla Iz-vestla disclosed last month under
the headline "Dead Souls" hat rel relatives
atives relatives had to bribe gravediggers
and cemetery managers to getbur getbur-ial
ial getbur-ial plots for their dead.
It cited one cemetery boss who
amassed $17,500 ia the racket.

YOUR BROADWAY AND MINI
I'm dreaming or those bygone
days,
The days of "Follies" and "Scand "Scandals
als "Scandals
When Percy Hammond shot most
plays
And flappers sloshed in sandals.
I'm dreaming of those dear, dead
years
After the First War's ending,
Of silver flasks and needled beers
And Wall Street's frenzied spend spending.
ing. spending. I'm dreaming to our squandered
youth

All night in Louie's or Tony's

And kid, if you want me gospei
truth- v
We sure were a bunch of phonies!
Tom Weatherly

Broady ay -Holly wood JetMSm
Greer Garson, heiress to Roz Rus Russell's
sell's Russell's role at "Auntie Mame," giv

ing Sardi's the glamorous toucn
Mink down to here... Henry Fon

da employing two ciggy lighters
to ignite his pipe as he studies
the Times Sauare skyline from

44th Street... Patti'Page and her
tiny Yorkshire trying to look dog dog-nified
nified dog-nified trotting alonsgide the star...
Jean Simmons losmg her fight to
the playful winds near 42nd and
Lex... Ex-diva Helen Jepson em embellishing
bellishing embellishing the artmosphere at Mau Maurice...
rice... Maurice... Statuesther Williams beau beautifying
tifying beautifying the Left Bank at midnight..
George Raft and eyeful at Ben
Blue's laugh-riot bistro. Ditto Mrs.
Dave Chasen in stitches at the
same ringside with her New York
correspondent... Abbe Lane (Cu (Cu-gue's
gue's (Cu-gue's Venus-schnitzel) panthering
into Chez Vito's.
Sallies in Our Alley: Two teevee
stars were talking shop in Lindy's..
"Well, my wife's in the hospital,
my son broke a leg, my house
burned down and they swiped my
car. But my rating went up!"..
"Congratulations!"... At The Lit Little
tle Little Crab' another pair of entertain

ers were gabbing "On Broad Broadway,"
way," Broadway," said one, "when you have
talent all you need is a litle luck"
..."Gwan," said the other, "all you
need with talent is a lot of pati

ence."

Mid town Vignette: It happen
2nd the other night,,. Everybody
there watehed a movie on teevee.

They were especially enjoying the

penormance oi us noteu ciueuio
star... None oi the customers 'rea 'realized
lized 'realized that he was among them...
Slumped in his chair dead drone.
Memos of a Midnijhter: How
blahzay can yez get? Joanne Wood Woodward
ward Woodward and Paul Newman (expect (expected
ed (expected to wed any hour) may spend
part of their Yurropean honey honeymoon
moon honeymoon in Lbndon. The euests of

playwright Gore Vidal, one of her
ormer beaux... Latest chorus gal
fad: Wearing police revolver holst holsters
ers holsters in which they stash manicure-

eye makeup accessories... The bar

tender at the Admiral had to
eject a teevee o.avwrieht's fadrt

(and a shapely blonde) who kept
slugging it out. Happened New
Yizz Eve, but our 57th Street and
8th Avenue deputies just sobered
up... The Runyon Fund commit committee
tee committee acknowledges with thanks the
annual $100 offerine from the N

Y. Post Delivery Men's Benevol

ent Assn... ine Runyon Fund will
also get the receipts from the

opening night of the Ringling Bros
Barnum and Baiiey Circus at the
Garden in April... Americans
whom she slandered and libeled
in the police station (where she
was booked on a charge of being
a common drunk) svmDathire with

Sarah Churchill's wonderful par parents
ents parents An uhnm "TK Iff J iir

" aikj mau woman
of Mahbu" (so described by the
'coast photo captions) will probab

ly mame u an in a book.

Hollywood Novelette: Her name
is Lois Ray, one of the dancing

siara ai xeu mue 8 popular place.
Show folks who are praised by

the cast are rich indeed... They
told us Miss Ray "is a verv nice

person"... She spends most of the
time in her undressineroom sew

ing sequins and beads on her at attractive
tractive attractive costumes and making

some ef them, too... She is also

her own shoemaker an expert
at making those very thin soles
,..u;u ft i

wiutu auii-suuB specialists use..
And not only that, if you olease..

The talented girl authors and il-

I lustrates books for children.

nearly 25,000 pieces of mail to

aate, probably the first possibly
ind the time to evaluate them.

"We retained the R. H. Donnelly
Corporation to tabulate and tally ...
All rating-takers, ad agencies and
networks are welcome to check
them later... Thanks scads to you
all... We will continue the poll

unui lunner notice.

Sounds in the Night: At John

ston's Charcoal Room: "She's on
a peculiar diet. Three square
schlemeils a day!"... At the Com

modore: "She's the rage of two
continents. Greenland and Africa"
...At Geo. W. Heller's: "The Rome

- a u V mu a t lta lan Pera Compny brushed her
Coast of Characters: Thrust Do- off with: 'TWt riio. ,'ii .n

lores Morgan (she wears mink you!' "... At La Strada: "I saw
lashes) has six phones in her a- the movie. I miaht as well reH

parimeni. aacn is iaDeie wnn a me menu!" ... At Eddie La Ba

ueau a name ana oniy im nats uiai
number... Patrolman Geo. Santan Santan-na
na Santan-na (Badge No. 5982) retired last
week after patrolling the 50th St.

and B way beat for v many years.

The newsdealers, ail-night kerrckt-

ers and mendicants chipped in to
buy him a watch.., Anne Bancroft,

who portrays a Jewess in TWO
For the Seesaw" comedy, due at
the Booth theater tomorrow night.
Her real name is Anna Maria
Luisa Italiano of Yonkers, N. Y...
Alter more than 20 years in show

biz, star Wayne Morns won't both

er to take out a checking account

in nis new name. Still uses Bert
De Wayne Morris. Jr.. for busi

ness... Johnny Matins, the record

ing pet. He wears a hlac.t suit

plus brown and white saddle shoes.
His next album will bs hymns
Of all faiths... China born Wendy
Barrie (a tail beaut), who wears
a 4 1-2 shoe.

Broadway Chop-Chop: For the
first time in Big Apple history
members o; the chorus of "Por "Por-toiino."
toiino." "Por-toiino." a new musical, own back backer
er backer shares... Richard Ney. produc

er, gave them to 26 of the kids
in the line... "I want you all. to
feel," he philanthropied, "that this
is your show." (Ney's a Neyz guy)
...Paula Stewart is on the way

up She was immense in "Three
Penny Opera." Arthur Klein stars
her in Lait go... The craxiest new

uueenwich Villa oe fad: Miniature

painting of B'way signs, portraits

ot lovers on luigernaus, etc... Sta Statistics
tistics Statistics show that there are more

Rolls-Royces in N. Y. C. than ev

er... Osage Indian Maria Tallchief
will be a White House guest next

weea.

To Mr. and Mrs. United States:

Please be patient with the delay

ed report of our first nationwide

televMioa poll... Don't stop sending

in your list of regularly-viewed TV

shows, please... Send yourson post'

cards (or letter) to WW at the
N. Y. Mirror, 235 E. 45th Street

(17) N.Y.C... Do you purchase the
sponsor's products?... We have

rons: "The bigger they are the

nicer i ami

an "obstructive tactic to Keep
Congress irom passing any legis legislation
lation legislation at ail.

Wood also objected to making

any payments to the German Gov

ernment which, he said, "would

de.eat every reasonable argument

that has been advanced justifying

return.
Both the Senator and his asist-

ant stressed that the assets were

seized irom private owners and

should be returned to them.

This issue seemed to arouse

Johnston emotions almost as

much as Federal troops in Little

Rock, Ark.

"The press has led the pubUc

to believe," he thundered, 'that
the properties under seizure be belonged
longed belonged to the Hitler or Tojo gov governments.
ernments. governments. Many Oi the private

companies no doubt invested here

to escape Hitler s wrath.

The indignant senator oion t

mention that the biggest claim
ants are German munitions mak makers
ers makers who financed Hiter and lat later
er later manufactured arms ior him.

Dillon assured Johnston that

payments would not oe made "to
the German Government as such,

but in cooperation with and act acting
ing acting upon advice irom the German
Government"

Johnston also angrily warned a-

gainst permitting the Office of Al Alien
ien Alien Property to have anything to

do with the payment program.

"The employes of that agency

jrom the highest to the lowest are

opposed to a return and shouiun t

be trusted with authority to maKe
returns," he snorted. He complain

ed that the Alien Property oftice

"required 39 years .to close out

World War I vestings."

In the end. Johnston and Dillon

turned over to their assistants the
task of ironing out details. They

agreed to proceed as quietly as

possib.e, so their plan to pay off

the German mumtions makers
won't run into interference "from

interested individuals or the

press."

TEAMSTERS VS. CLERKS
Reason why the full weight of

the AFL-CIO was put behind the
Retail Clerks in their battle a-

gainst the giant Montgomery Ward
mail-order house was simple. The

Teamsters and Jimmy Hoffa lurk
in the background.

Montgomery Ward has refused

to bargain across the board with

the Ketail Clerks, one of the clean cleanest
est cleanest unions in the business, while
at the same time giving a hard-and-iast
contract to the Teamsters
one of the most racket-riddta u-

tmions in the business

For years Montgomery Ward
has been notoriously anti union.
Its president, aged Sewell Avery,
was once carried out of his oflice
by U. S. troops when the Army
took over during a wartime strike
in which he refused to bargain.
But when the big mail order
firm got m a proxy fight with the
far f oing Wolfsbn interests, the
Teamsters purchased $1,000,000
worth of Montgomery Ward stock,
and immediately got a union con contract.
tract. contract. While working closely with the
Teamsters, however, Montgomery
Ward now refuses to negotiate a a-cross
cross a-cross the board with the Retail
Clerks. That's why the AFL-CIO
voted a boycott.

Collapsed Floor
Death Toll Nine
ENNIS, Ireland, Jan. 18 (UP) (UP)-Authonties
Authonties (UP)-Authonties today set at nine the
death toll in the collapse of a floor
in the 18th century Carmody's
Hotel here yesterday.
Twenty-five persons still were
hospitalized with injuries suffered
when the second ilooro f the hotel
gave way during an auction. A
huge crowd had jammed into a
room where furniture from the recently-sold
hotel was being, sold.

Conveyances

Answer to Previous Puzzle

ACROSS
'1 Closed
carriage
for two
6 One-horse
carriage
11 Striped
transversely
12 Biblical
mountain
14 Citrus fruit
15 Form of
prayer
16 Pewter coin
of Thailand
17 Unit of wire
measurement
19 Eisenhower
nickname
20 Golf mounds
22 Bustle

23 Hasten off

55 Genus of
marine snails
56 Color
57 Frighten
58 Bottoms of
ships
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1 Letter of
challenge
2 Harangues
3 Footed vase
4 Wooden plug
5 Dropsy
6FAe-
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Switzerland
8 Natural
channel
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Englander
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tits

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structural
units
21 Seam, at of

coal

37 Affirmative
answer
39Vetchlike
plant

40 Exit

23 Act of melting 41 Agreement
together 43 Heavy vehicle
25 Courtesy title 45 Hebrew
29 Rapid type letter (var.)
of conveyance 50 Indonesian
31 Used to of Mindana
paddle a boat 51 Drone, bee
34 Tobacco rolls S3 Born

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boat (pi.)
26 Thus
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jinriksha in
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Narrow inlet
30 Numbers
(ab.)
32 Assam
silkworm
33 Capuchin
monkey
34 Confederate
States of
America (ab.)
36 Railway (ab.)
38 Play part
41 Digging
implement
42 Fondle
44 Negatives (ab.)
46 Era
47 Gibbon
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neighbor
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Mrs. CECILIA REMON, Minister of Health, Labor art Social Welfare chats anirnatedly with
Philip Dade (extreme left), director of Civil Defense for the Canal Zone while CWO Harry
J Nairn Ft Kobbe food service advisor and John Delabal of the American Red Cross Jook on.

US To Propose Putting Outer Space
Under Control If Russia Will Join

WASHINGTON, Jan. 18 (UP) (UP)-The
The (UP)-The United States is working on
detailed: proposals to put outer
space under international control
for peace if Russia agrees, it was
disclosed today.
So far the Russians have dodged
repeated American efforts to work
jointly on the outer space pro)ect.
Officials said studies inside the
government are progressing slow slow-ly
ly slow-ly toward a "final report" despite
Moscow's seeming unwillingness to
J"seerry of State John Fos Foster
ter Foster Dulles yesterday openly
proddwJ the Russian leaders to
begin work now on outer space
controls. .
This general idea was put for forward
ward forward last weekend by president
Eisenhower in his reply to Sov Soviet
iet Soviet Premier Nikolai Bulgamn. The
oovp nn details penn

ing the outcome of administration
.s ,r n ; otHtnfU on out-

StUQies OI ivuaoio
nrnhnsals. This may play

an important role in determining
its interest in negotiating agree agreements
ments agreements at a possible chiefs-of-state
'summit" conference.
Army Accused Ot

Speaking before the National
Press Club, Dulles said "the time
to move is now. in the infancy of

this art of penetrating the atmos

phere and reaching outer space.
Control action should be taken,
he said, while missiles are "large,
cumbersome, and cannpt be con concealed
cealed concealed even from the most super-"
ficial form of inspection from the
air."

Acting

On

WASfflNGTON (DP)The Army
has been accused by the Justice
Department of acting illegal -in
giving soldiers "less han honor honorable"
able" honorable" discharges solely for pre pre-induction
induction pre-induction activities.
Donald B. MacGuineas of the
department's civil division made
the statement Wednesday m re re-ZLL
ZLL re-ZLL tn nuestions by members

of the Supreme Court during con consideration
sideration consideration of an appeal by Howard

D. Abramowitz of New xot..
AhromnwitT. drew an "undesira

ble" discharge from the reserve
because o. his alleged member member-"Stl
"Stl member-"Stl h rnmrnunist Party and

other organizations on the attorney

general's subversive iisi oexuic
entered the Army.

"Why hasn't the Justice Depart Department
ment Department advised the Armv of its
attitude?" Justice Felix Frankfur Frankfurter
ter Frankfurter asked. ..
"It has," MacGuineas repied
"but this case has other important
legal questions which the Justice
Department wants decided.'
The Army declined immediate
comment.
MacGuineas contended that even
though a soldier may leave the
Army with the wrong type of
discharge, he has no recourse in
the federal courts. He said this
was the main issue in the Abram Abramowitz
owitz Abramowitz case and in another case
appealed by John Henry Harmon
HI, another New Yorker.
"Vnn moan vou are wrong, but

in. rniirt ran't do anything about

it Justice William J. -Brennan

3skcd
"That's right, MacGuineas re

Harmon received a "discharge
h 1 f rnnriitions."

which is on a slightly lower level
than a regular honorab c dis
charge. Part oi Harmon s activi activities
ties activities which made him an alleged
security risk, however, occurred
during his term ot service.
The court took the two cases
under advisement.

Army Schedules 3
Excess Property

Sales At Corozal

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Innocence In Case
Oi Brig Cruellies
vftKOSlIKA. Janan (UP) U.S

Marine Set. Adrian A. McLane of

PhiladelDhia pleaded innocent to

day to an 18-count indictment ac-

cusine mm of crueny 10 Ameri

can sailors confined in the Sase

bo brig.

The 23-year-old Philadelphian is
the last of 16 Marine guards
from Sasebo to face trial on

charges filed by sailor prisoners.

Of the others, five were sent to
the brig themselves while 10 were

euner acquuieu or nau tireir aeu
tences reversed on appeal.

Fireman William J. Ellis of

Charlotte, N.C., testified' today
that McLane ordered Marine
guards to force another sailor,
fireman Paul Basom, Skopie, 111.,
to defecate in the prison yard

and then made other prisoners

light a fire under him while he

was in the process.
Fireman Carlos Vota, Amarillo,
Tex,, said he was beaten or
otherwise mistreated by all three
of the ranking Marine guards at
Sasebo S.Sgt. Tommy Flint,
Silas, Ala., Sgt. Robert Barbuti,
Schenectady, and McLane.
All three have been brought to
trial. Fiint was acquitted and
Barbuti sentenced to serve eight
months.
On one occasion, Vota said, all
three sergeants picked on him at
once.
"I was ordered to hold a ruler

straight out while I was standing
on my toes, with my knees bent
and my arms stretched out," he
said. "I was shaking and scared,
and I closed my eyes and started
praying.
"Then Sergeant Barbuti hit me.
He called me a religious s.o.b.,
and told me 'this is a brig, not
a church. I never want to see
you praying again.'
"Then ak thifee sergeants be began
gan began hitting me in the stomach

and slapping me in the face. Mc

Lane nu me aiso.
Western Military
Trains Traverse
Berlin's Borders

Soviet's Powerful
Mediterranean Fleet
Can CWIene US

BERLIN, Jan. 18 (UP) West

ern allied military trains today
traveled to and from isolated Ber Berlin
lin Berlin without delay after allied offi officials
cials officials met with the Russians in East
Berlin.
It was not believed here the new
disoiite over the western right of

free access to (Berlin was settled.

with a firm agreement.
iBut an American spokesman said
"for the time being we do not an anticipate
ticipate anticipate any difficulties."
Apparently at last night's meet meeting
ing meeting with western officials the Sov Soviets
iets Soviets "for the time being" dropped
their demand that individual travel
orders of train passengers must be
stamoed at the Marienborn cheHc

int. Th checknoint. is lit) m''es

The U. S. Armv Caribbean pro

perty disposal officer announced
that three sales os excess foreign
property will be held in the near
future. At the first of these sales
52 items, mainly lots of miscel miscellaneous
laneous miscellaneous articles, such as tweez tweezers,
ers, tweezers, wrenches, hose, lamsps,
screws, bolts, etc etc will be
disposed of.
Bids will be opened at 9:30 a.m.
on Jan. 27 in the bid room in
Building 706, Corozal. The pro property
perty property is located at Building 713,
Corozal. It may be inspected on
weekdays, except holidays, until
the morning of the sale between
the hours of 7:30, 11:30 a.m. and
1.00. 3:30 p.m.

The non-propelled steel cargo

barges will be sold on reb. 24.
Bids will be opened at 9:00 a.m.
One barge is located at Pier 20,
Balboa and the other is at Dock
45, Fort Davis.
Also on Feb. 24 bids will be open opened
ed opened at 10:30 a.m. inthe bid room
at Corozal for the sale of 19 mo motor
tor motor vehicles and one lot of mis mis-parts.
parts. mis-parts. All of this property is locat located
ed located in various Latin American ci cities.
ties. cities. It may be inspected by contant contant-ing
ing contant-ing the following : Officer in Charge
Bolivia Project, Inter American
Geodetic Survey, c-o U. S. Em Embassy,
bassy, Embassy, La Paz, Bolivia (2 3-4 ton,
4 x 4, Doge cargo trucks); Chief,
U. S. Army Mission to Bolivia,
c-o U. S. Embassy, La Paz, Boli Boli-bla
bla Boli-bla U 3-4 ton, 4x4, command
truck); Chief, U. S. Army Mission

to Ecuador, c-o u. h. amoassy,

Quito, Ecuador (1 1-4 ton, 4 x 4
utility truck); Officer in Charge,
Inter American Geodetic Survey,

Haiti Project, co- U. S. Embassy

Port-Au-Prince, Haiti (5 1-4 ton,

4x 4, utility trucks); Officer in

Charge Inter American Geodetic
Survey, Honduras Project, c-o U.
S. Embassy, Tegucigalpa, Hondu Honduras
ras Honduras (1 1-2 ton Dodge panel truck);
Chie.f U. S. Army Mission to Pe Peru,
ru, Peru, c-o U. S. Embassy, Lima,

Peru (1 3-4 ton command truck
and 1-5 passenger Chevrolet light
sedan); Of icer in Charge Inter
American Geodetic Survey, Chile

Project, c-o U. S. Army Attache,

U. S. Embassy, Santiago, Chile,

(1 1-2 ton panel pick-up truck and
2 1-2 ton carrya l pick-up trucks);
Chief U. S. Army Mission to El

Salvador, c-o U. S. Embassy. San

Salvador, El Salvador (1-5 passeng

er Chevrolet light sedan )0 Officer

in Charge, Inter American Geode
tic Survey, Cuba Project, c-o U. S

Army Attache. U. S. Embassy.

Havana, Cuba (1 lot of miscellane

ous automotive spare parts); Of

ficer in Charge, Inter American

Geodetic Survey, Cost Rica Pro

ject. Box 2340, San Jose, Costa

Rica (1 5 passenger light sedan);

Officer in Charge, Dominican Re

public Project, c-o U. S. Naval At Attache,
tache, Attache, Ciudad Trujillo, Dominican
Republic (1 1-2 ton panel delivery

truck); Chief, U. s. Army Ele Elements,
ments, Elements, U. S. A. F. Mission to
Uruguay, c-o U. S. Embassy, Mon Montevideo,
tevideo, Montevideo, Uruguay (1 Chevrolet
light sedan).
Bids must be sumitted in qua quadruplicate
druplicate quadruplicate to the Property Dispos Disposal
al Disposal Officer, Building 706, Corozal
prior to the announced times of
opening.
Further in ormation on any of
these sales can be obtained by
calling Army Telephone number
854-146.

MEMBERS OF THE JANINE CHARRAT BALLET, who will perform at the Balboa Theater Friday, Jan. 24, paid a visit to the Miraflores Locks during
brief stop-over on the Isthmus tnis week en route to LimaPeru. The memb ers of the troup were accompanied on the trip to the locks by William Q.
Atey, Jr, Public Relations Officer; William B. Mallory, chief of the Motion Picture Section of the Balpoa Theater; and Mrs. Dorese Waltes and the fol following
lowing following members of her dance group: Sue Mabel, Virginia Perra, Beverly Bowman, Lynn Raymond Barbara Ahr and Delores Kossan. When the Jarflt
Charrat Ballet is presented at the Balboa Theater next Friday, 20 members of the Dorese Waltes dance group and their friends will assist in the produc production
tion production and act as ushers.

Democrats Whip Hard At Ike To Get
Going On Nuclear-Power Space Ship
WASHINGTON, Jan. 18 (UP) Demoocrats today whipped hard at the Admin Administration
istration Administration to get moving on a nuclear-powered space ship entry in the race to the
moon and planets.
They also slamrtwd an apparent ease-up by President Eisenhower and defense
officials toward swift reorganization of the Pentagon.

At the same time presidential science adviser Dr. Eric A. Walker warned free
nations would become Soviet "colonies" eventually unless "drastic" technological
advances were made in the next 10 years.
Walker, vice chairman of the President's Committee on Scientists and Engineers,
said at their present technological rate "the Soviet bloc could capture the world with without
out without a shot.

Four democratic members of
the Joint Congressional Atomic E E-nergy
nergy E-nergy Committee opened the drive
for the nuclear "conquest of
space." They also charged admi administration
nistration administration cutbacks in the Atomic
Energy Commission'! propulsion
program.
The move was led by Rep. Cart
T. Durham (D- N. C), committee
chairman, Sen. Albert Gore (D (D-Tenn.)
Tenn.) (D-Tenn.) and Rep. Chet Holifield
(D-Calif.) and Sen. Clinton P. An Anderson
derson Anderson (D- N. M.) as two Covair
ofiicials said the Air Force was
considering a long-range outer
space program. They said it was

designed to put a manned satel satellite
lite satellite in orbit in five or six years

and later send an atomic-powered

rocket to mars.
Meanwhile, from Cape Canaver Canaveral,
al, Canaveral, Fla., it was reported the Ar

my's Jupiter C satellite carrier
is standing hear the Navy Van Vanguard
guard Vanguard rocket at Cape Canaveral,

but launching of either vehicle is the satellite rockets are aimed pri

BONN, Germany, Jan. 18 (UP) from' Berlin on the East-West Ger
The Soviet Union has built up a man border.
powerful Mediterranean fleet which .
could challenge American Naval!. D 1
forces in either hot or cold war, LlZ DCSt WCQPOll

the Institute for the Study of the
USSR sauT today. Jq SHOW MOSCOW,
In a special analysis of Soviet
navaL power in the crucial Middle! Mi bp Todd AvefS
East area the institute said: Vlinc I uuu men
Soviet naval movements and po-i TnKrmN Jan 17 (jrp wike
tentialities in the Mediterranean1 dff'toft I wa takS
Sea have increased in recent he" Elizabeth Taylor, to Mos Mos-months
months Mos-months to such a degree that its; ww him because "She's the
forces there have acquired the st xcrel weapon ve got.''
idon 5f- "I thought it might be good tc
The Institute claimed that Wife show rf Liz to the Russians," he

purpose of the build-up was to Sn id "It may undermine their

bri "psychological pressure to wj,0-e structure."
bear on the Arab countries of the Tsdd said they would stay in

Mi .die East and to neutralize the London a 1 week before going to
potiiicil influence of the American Moscow. He said the Soviet trio

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5 Airman Accused
Of Kicking Priest

RAMSTEIN, Germany, Jan. 18
(UP) A court martial of six U.S.
airmen on charges of beating and
kicking a Roman Catholic priest
was postponed today until tomor tomorrow.
row. tomorrow. Defense attorney Phi'ip S. Alex Alexander,
ander, Alexander, an American civilian from
Frankfurt, asked for a 24 hour

delay because he had been in

volved in another case until late

last night and needed a day s rest.
The accused men are Sgt. Ed Edwards
wards Edwards A. Farmer, of Eolora,
Tenn.; Sgt. Stanley T. Davis, of
Compass Lake, Fla.; Airman War Warren
ren Warren L. Watson, of Repton, Ala.;
Sgt. Roy Burrows, of Erie, Pa .;

Airman Paul W. Tallman, of
Roseville, Va., and Airman Wil

liam Farmer, of Hunt and, Tenn.

DRIVE SKAFTLESS
KNOXVILLE, Tenn. (UP) A
mechanic Iquickly located the trou trou-b
b trou-b e when W. L. Arthur's car re refused
fused refused to move even though it was
in gear and the motor was ur urging
ging urging smoothly. Someone had stol stolen
en stolen the driveshaft.

Reports Of Dutch
HBomb Taming
Reported Untrue
AMSTERDAM, Jan. 17 (UP) (UP)-Education
Education (UP)-Education Alderman Dr. A. De
Roos today denied reports that
a Dutch physicist was nearing
solution of the taming of the H H-bomb
bomb H-bomb for peacetime purposes.
De Roos said the report he made
to the city council had been mis misinterpreted
interpreted misinterpreted by the Dutch press.

He said scientist J. Kistenmak-

er was working on a process for

producing uranium isotopes and

had notmng to do witn H-power.

Kistenmaker refused comment,

but his wife said he was great

ly upset by the "nonsensical re
oorting."

Most Dutch newspapers yester yesterday
day yesterday gave prominent display to a
Dutch news agency report saying
that work by Kistenmaker's labo laboratory
ratory laboratory in the field of lithium-hydrogen
fission would give Holland
a leading position in development
of H-power.
De Roos told the United Press
he said in his report that Kistern Kistern-maker's
maker's Kistern-maker's thermo-nuclear research

migm yield remarKauie results iu
future. He was reporting on plans
for a new, enlarged laboratory for
Kistenmaker and his team.
"If Dutch scientists make good

progress in important work, find finding
ing finding recognition and high esteem
abroad, the public has the right
to be told about it from time to
time," he said.
It was the second time Kistern Kistern-maker
maker Kistern-maker has had trouble with the
Dutch press.
Last year, there was a furore
over reports that hundreds ot
frogs mutilated by readioactive
materials had been found near
to be untrue.

not believed imminent

The Army missile was hoisrtd
into its gantry tower yostorday.
At tho base it rosembM the
RtdsMMt wtiich Is tho first
stage rockot of tho Jupiter C.
The Army hopes to fling a
cylindrical satellite into orbit a a-round
round a-round the earth with the Jupiter
C, while the Navy will try the

feat with the slender Vanguard

which faued Dec. 6 when the
first attempt wa: made to lauch
it.
But no date is known for the
launching of either rocket. There

is no "race" between the services

to be the first to get a U. S. sa satellite
tellite satellite into the heavens to match
Russia's Sputniks.
The Vanguard was static fired

Wednesday night and launching

usually come a week to 10 days

after a ground test. The Van

guard was believed ready for
lauching this week, but the at attempt
tempt attempt apparently was postponed
and the 72-foot rocket put through

further tests.
Tho Jupiter C satellite vehicle
has tho Redstone, which was
tost fired Tuesday night arid is
already an operation short-range
ballistic missile. Tho second and
third stages are clusters of
smaller rockets.

Great pains have been taken to

point out that initial tests of

POINT OF LAW
LONDON (UP)- Antique deal

er Leonard Goodall, 85, was

praised in court Wednesday for

catching a prowler and holding

him for police at sword point.a

marilv at Droving out the rockets

themselves and that chances of

a satellite actually coming into or

bit are poor.

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Casals To Return
To France In May
PERRIGNAN, France, Jan. 18
(UP) Spanish cellist Pablo Ca Casals
sals Casals will return to France in May
to prepare for his Prades music
festival, officials said today.
They said the concerts would be begin
gin begin July 3 and run through July 20.
Casals, who took part in the l?o6
festival, was forced to cancel his
appearance last year because h?
suffered a nr I attack at his home
in Puerto Rico.

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CAPTAIN, OFFICERS OF ONTARIO
GIVE RECEPTION ABOARD SHIP
The captain and officers of H.M.C.S. Ontario, which ar arrived
rived arrived in local waters yesterday, are giving a reception this
evening from I to 8 o'clock in the wardroom of the mess
secretary.
At luncheon today Rear Admiral and Mrs. George Wales
entertained 50 officers of the Ontario at their quarters in
the lath Naval District

Pacific Pilots' Wives
Hold Quarterly Luncheon
At Tivoli Guest House
Pacific side pilots' wives held
a no-host biafet luncheon today
in the Fern Room of the Tivoli
Guest House. Approximately 40
lfrfips attended the afiair.
A nautical motif was carried
out on the T-shaped table on
which sea shells mingled with
bouganvinea and colored glass
fish served as plscecard holders.
A boat of flowers rested on a
glistening mirror.
Mrs. William C. Hearon. Mrs.
Richard C. Sargeant and Mrs.
John M. Stuart were in charge
of arrangements. Mrs. Clinton Bav Bav-erstock
erstock Bav-erstock gave a brief resume o
her recent trip to the Bahamas.
Buffet Dinner Dence
Given-At Tivoli
By Six AFGE Ledges
Six AFGE lodges on the Canal
Danger in
The first impression of most
visitors to the tropics, con confirmed
firmed confirmed by old-timers who have
spent their lives in the hot
countries, is that the insects
never sleep. Danger to health
from malarial mosquitoes and
duease-bearing flies is now un under
der under reasonable control in Pan Panama,
ama, Panama, thanks to the constant
figilance by public health of officials
ficials officials of the Panama Canal
Company and of the Republic
of Panama. But the destruc destruction
tion destruction caused by hidden insects
to buildings, furniture and
clothing is incredible to the
newcomer,

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Ladies

When you feel your best, you look your best, and, when
you look your best, you can enjoy life and everything
about it that much mora. Experience this Wonderful
Feeling by joining the Special Women Class taught by
Dorothy Chase
at the Balboa Y.M.C.A. every Saturday at 10 a.m.
This class is a well planned eombination of Rhythmic
Exercises emphasizing Limbering, Stretching, Muscular
Coordination and Body Placement. Try it, see for
yourself what just one hour a week will do for you.
Other classes in Ballet Tap and Toe for children
from tots to teens.
Phone Mrs. Chase Balboa 1751.

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Zone sponsored a buffet dinner dinner-dance
dance dinner-dance last evening at the Tivoli
Guest House. Chairman of the ban banquet
quet banquet committee was Dave Ray Raymond.
mond. Raymond. lhe affair marked the 75th an anniversary
niversary anniversary celebration of the sign signing
ing signing of the Civil Service Act oi
Jan. 16, 1883. It began at 6:30
p.m. and lasted until midnight.
Mickey Walker Feted
On 16th Birthday
Mr. and Mrs. George A. Walker
of Cocoii honored their daughter,
Miss Mickey Walker, oh the oc occasion
casion occasion of her 16th birthday this
week, with a swimming party. A
large group or classmates and
iriends attended.
Mrs. Gilbert Davis, Mrs. B. Do

nald Humphrey and Mr. and
Mrs. Larry Keegan assisted the
hots in serving the late refresh refreshments
ments refreshments and decorated birthday
cake.
the Tropics
Systematic fumigation under
scientific safety Control is the
cheapest form of property pro protection.
tection. protection. A piano, bookcase or
bureau can be rid of termites
or wood-borers for as little as
$5.00 while an ntire building
can be treated fox. one cent per
cubic foot of space. Guaranteed
results and a periodic inspec inspection
tion inspection service provide maximum
protectiqn at minimum cost.
"Pronto" Service, the pest pest-control
control pest-control branch of the Agricul Agricultural
tural Agricultural Development Corporation
S. A., can be reached by tele telephone
phone telephone at Panama 3-7977; and
Colon 1777. (Advt.)

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Hail And Farewell
Coffee At Albrook
Honors Newcomer
Departing and incoming memb
ers o. the Albrook Officers' Wives!
Club were honored at the month
y "Hail ana Farewell" co ne yes
terday morning in the Officers
C ub lounge.
Four new members .were wel
corned with orchid corsages: Mrs
Russell A. Herre Mrs. Arthur J
Maikoski. Mrs. Carleton G. Sheou
and Mrs. Robert F. Mielkiv Mr.
Jimpt V. Pntts rnffaa chairman
presented .arewell gilts, needed
evening Dags, ana carnauon cord cordages
ages cordages to Mrs. William D. Hopson,
Mrs. Thomas H. Brown and Mrs.
William V. Hughes.
was of pink and white gladrolas
rrangea oy airs, oureuca
Stephenson. Presiding at the cof coffee
fee coffee and tea services during the
morning were Mrs. Hubert h. Jar
reil, Mrs. Mark T. Mooty Mrs
Miles E. Burgenheim, and Mrs
Delbert Ladwig.
Capt. And Mrs. Baverstoek
Return From Bahamas Home
Oantain and Mrs. Clinton Raver-
stock of Balboa returned this week
Irom a vacation spent in their
"retirement home" on Elbow Cay
in the Bahamas.
Each notice for inclusion in this
column should b lubmitud in
type-written farm and mailed to
the box number listed daily in 'So 'Social
cial 'Social and Otherwise," 01 delivered
by hsnd to the office. Notice o
meeting cannot bo accepted by
telephone.
Isthmian Toastmasters
Club To Moot Tuesday
Toastmaster Redding will pre-
Siflp at thp nPYt mpptincf nP Hip
Isthmian Toastmasters Club to be
neia at tne rivoii Guest House
Tuesday, Jan. 21, beginning at
6:30 p.m. Cocktails will oe serv served
ed served in the Fern Room starting
at 6' o'clock.
Toastmasters Clark, Gehn, Mo Mo-ran,
ran, Mo-ran, Durham and Harrouch are
scheduled to speak.
Balboa Woman's Club
Board Moots Wednesday
The board of directors of the
Balboa Woman's Cliib will hold
its January meeting in the library
of the USO-JWB in Balboa on
Wednesday next at 9 a.m.
Balboa Union Church
Circle No. 1
Schedules Meeting
Circle No. 1 Balboa Union U
hurch will meet with Mrs. Law Lawrence
rence Lawrence Adler, No. 11, 52nd Street,
Panama. Captain Loraine Rhodes
will give the devotional and Mrs.
Louis M. Fiske will be the guest
speaker.
It is important that all members
of this Circle be present as there
will be election of officers, and
other business matters will be dis discussed.
cussed. discussed. TOUGH QUESTION
WASHINGTON (UP) Dan C.
Kimball, a missile manufacturer.
was confronted with Inne ami
involved question by Sen. Leverett
Saltonstall (R-Mass.) Wednesday
while testifying before the Senate
preparedness subcommittee. "I
don't believe I understand the
question, Senator," Kimball said.
rtI don't blame you." SaltonstaD
replied.

IW.-- 'riwwx 2S!

AT ELKS CEREMONY Ernest L. Slocum (standing, far right), honorary life membe..: of
Cristobal Canal Zone Elks Lodge 1542, recently attended a ceremony in Jackson, Miss., when
Grand Exalted Ruler of Elka H. L. .Blackledge approved a $30,000 remodeling project on Jack Jackson
son Jackson Elks Hall. Blackledge (seated In center) la shown handing the approval of the Grand
Lodge to Charles R. Tjnbrich, seated right, Exalted Ruler of Jackson Elks. Other Elks officials
also witnessed the ceremony.

US Catching Up On Translation
Of Russian Scientific Reports

WASHINGTON, Jan. M (UP) (UP)-Dr.
Dr. (UP)-Dr. Alan T. Waterman, director
of the National Science Founda
tion; said isterday the govern
ment has eoarKed on a mojor
program to translate all Russian
cpipntifip inumals and reports.
Waterman conceaea mat Rus
sian scientists knew more about
U. S. scientific developments than
American scientists knew about
Russian developments.
But he said the situation was
"nnt ac had" as nainted bv ReD.
Dante B. Fascell (D-Fla).
The congressman sata tms coun
try had a 10-year "backlog" of
Dit.ciin vpiAntifin imirnals still lin-
UU0IU VWHV.
translated, while Russia is trans translating
lating translating every foreign scientific
journal published "within 30
days." ...
Waterman testified beiore a
House Government Operations
subcommittee investigating tne
TJ. S. government's research ac
tivities.
Graham Calls Off
Venezuela Crusade
MONTREAT, N.C., (UP)-Billy
Graham has called off his schedu scheduled,
led, scheduled, two-week evangelistic crusade
in pouticaiiy-troumea Venezuela.
ASIC cvaJUBAAw ?
ted" caffinf dff the trip. But he
coiri hp was advised bv cablegram
frnm the Venezuelan erouo plan-
niris the crusade that wlitioal
conditions would make it unwise
Graham left Lere hy train on
- -r 1 Ml tr
Wednesaay ior ixwisvure, xvj.,
...U k. ..rill Yinrtinmntp Iffl A
layman's institute today. He will
leave Miami, Fla., Saturday for
a tour oi Xiaun mmcu
cmiuu9
Graham isjscheduled to speak
in Jamaica, rueno mcu, diu diu-dos.
dos. diu-dos. Trinidad, Panama, Costa Rica
i 'i it. i ir...;nn
uuaieinaia aim jucjuvu.
Military Personnel
To Be Entertained
By Florida Singers
An entertainment unit tabbed
the "Singing Sweethearts", from
iUm TTmlirMoUv nt INnriHa will nor.
i XU n 1 7 m. a f. mtJU.
iiurm til we hubi auuc iui iitui-
Mary personnel from Feb. 1-7, spe special
cial special Services U. S. Army Carib-
Dean ennaouncea.
The 75-minute musical comedy
may be seen at Fort Clayton,
Fort Kobbe, Fort Gu'ick, the 15th
Naval District and. Redman.
The schedule of performance
for the "Singing Sweethearts" will
be released next week.

On visiting this new enter enterprise,
prise, enterprise, situated on Via Espa Espa-na
na Espa-na 37-114 we were most

agreeably surprised by

beauty and excellent taste
so evident throughout the
establishment. It is Italian
Art at its best.

Congratulations are in

der for Mr. Humberto Ariani,
proprietor of the establish establishment,
ment, establishment, for his untiring efforts
in introducing into Panama
the Beauty and Grandeur so
characteristic of Ancient
Rome and the unfaUing good

tste and discrimination
Modern Italy.

He said the plan for the Com Commerce
merce Commerce Department to translate the
Russian scientific papers "is now
going into operation it is under

way.
American scientists have com-
Slained bitterly that much Russian
iformation has gone to waste be because
cause because Soviet works are not trans translated
lated translated into English. The Russian
journals are available, but few
American scientists can read Rus Russian.
sian. Russian. Waterman said it would be
"helnful" if more Anrmriran spion.
tists learned to read Russian.
Waterman, whose aeenrv Hi-
r e c t s governmental scientific
policy, said the new plan calls .or
mnlfino bus i 1 b Vil a ",ker..te" a
summaries of everything pub published
lished published on science by the Russians
and complete translations of more
important articles.
House Democratic Leader Jr.hn
W. McCormack (Mass), artinp
suDcommittee chairman, said he
was "amazed" that such action
had not been taken long ago
... ------o
w wry 10 ao our nest witnm
our means," Waterman said.
Waterman said the "important"
Russian papers "get around fast"
among interested U. S. scientists,
who usually can find a friend to
translate them. But he said that
secondary papers do not circulate
freely.
He said circulation of Russian
papers was "not a complete fail failure,
ure, failure, but it's not as successful as
it should be."
Fascell called the existing
American system "haphazard"
and said it would take "several
years" to translate the existing
backlog.
"It's an important question,"
Waterman said, "and we are tak taking
ing taking steps to remedy it. We have
already made progress."
Nurses' Association
Launches Campaign
For New Members
, The American Nurses Associa Association,
tion, Association, professional organization of
registered nurses, is seeking to
boost its membership from 181,000
to more than 200,000 through a na nationwide
tionwide nationwide "roll Call" launched this
week.
Hundreds of members in consti constituent
tuent constituent associations in the 48 states
and U. S. territories will take
aprt in the Roll Call, designed to
reach every nurse through a per-fuLt-
Thro"h is campaign
the ANA hopes both to build asso association
ciation association membership and to in increase
crease increase nurses' awareness of lhe
opportunities and respon responsibilities
sibilities responsibilities of the profession.
Metnhprshin ttrnc "vol.. t n
long Do You?", will appear in
uMiiims, uuciur s oi ices, public
health agencies and industrial
Dlants thrniip-htn.il' tho tt ; j
States and territories, as the ANA
iwraoeranip drive progresses. The
ROll Call Will rnnfinim thn...k
January 31.
ine kou call wi'l seek to inte interest
rest interest both practicing and non-prac-ticine
nurses in ana's
" --7 vivAita IU
improve patient care through bet better
ter better utihzation of nursing skills skills-part
part skills-part of a natiinwide attempt to
combat th shortage of profes professional
sional professional nursing personnel
The American Nurses' Associa
tion was organized .in ihqr oh
mciuaes k.jn. s in all areas of
Pf a-tice general duty, industri
1 y . wvw U11U
al puouc neaitn, office, private
duty, nursing education and nurs nursing
ing nursing service administration.
Shying Of Bandit
Brings Promotion
To Iron Policemen
ine Shah of Iran promoted 40 po police
lice police officers today for the success-
n 'ifr-i nd s,ayin of bandit
Dad Shah. They were the first pro-
moi10niu I1?" Iast March when
Dad Shah's gang killed three
Americans.
Requiem Mass
A reauiem hieh mn tnr thm
pose of the soul of Edith Maria
Morris on the second anniversary
of her death will be sung at 6 a.m.
on wonaay, Jan. 20 at the St. Vin Vincent
cent Vincent de Paul Church in K Street.
Relatives and friends are re requested
quested requested to attend.

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MAKE FRIENDS
It is better tn admit
forogtten the name of an acquain
tance man 10 iau 10 make an in introduction
troduction introduction that nhviniislv shnnlil hp
made. Asking the name will only
mars you as a person witn a poor
memory.
Not making the introduction will
mane you at a person lacking in
mo social graces.
By OSWALD JACOBY
Written for NEA Service

NORTH (D) 31
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WEST EAST
40852 Q3
J9853, V2
43 S72
J3 AQ98754
SOUTH
A J74
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North and South vulnerable
North East Sooth West
1 A 2 4 2 Pass
3 Pass 3W Pass
4 Pass 6 Pass
Pass Pass
Opening lead J

Life master Ronald Wolf writes,
"We are rjlanninc in run raffular
duplicate games in Mattoon in the
near future. Do you think a popu population
lation population of 18,000 will produce
enough enthusiasts?"
Ronald included a hand from
this summer's nationals about
which he states, "I bid too much
but I usually do and the six dia-
mond contract wasn't too bad.
West ooened the tack of etnrw
East took his ace and played the
queen. I was in the lead with the
king and drew trumps. Three
rounds of hearts came next and
I had a count nn thp Vast hand
He had started with seven clubs
(West would have opened low from
three to the jack), one heart and
three diamonds. Hpnce. he hlH bv.
actlv two spades.
"Percentage would favor a spade
finesse against West but East had
given the decided impression of a
man who was happy throughout
the whole play. West, on the other
hand. IooItpH and nrtpd viftrriaA
and had bad great difficulty find
ing a discard on tne third truniD
lead. He had finnllv nulled nni
heart when he had hearts comin?
out of his ears and could have
spared one handily.
"While therp wan nnthinrr ,in.
ethical in West's play I still de-
ciaen mat ne was trying to give
me the imnrpssinn of stronoih and
that if he held that queen of snailes
he would not have been so worried.
Hence, I played dummy's ae and
kin? of spades and drooDed East's
queen."
Here's hoping that Ronald has
as much success with his Mattoon
dUDliratPS h had ,ith fkl.
... ti iui una
slam.
1 Q The blddinghas been:
Sooth West North East
1 V Pass 1 A Pass
INT. Pats 3N.T. Double
Pass Pass Pass
You, West, hold:
76K1087 Q1053 J107
What do you lead?
A The seven of spades. On
this bidding; the donM call, tar
a lead of dummy's bid suit and
) you should follow your partner's
demand.
TODAY'S QUESTION
1 You hold the same hand. North
has gone to four hearts after
,your partner' double of three
'no-trump was passed around to
him. Everyone passes to you.
What do you do?
Answer Tomorrow

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A.TtuAN. INAUGURATION CEREMONY installing new officers
of the Non Commissioned Officers Wives' dub of Ft Clayton.
Mrs. Rosary Bullock, hospitality chairman, presented a gift
to the outgoing president of the club, Mrs. Betty Bregan.
Other outgoing and lncorriing officers included Mrs. Jean Col Col-i'
i' Col-i' i?ew t"asurer Mrs- Maxine Stokes, outgoing treasurer,
Mrs. Ester Moore, new president, Mrs. Shirley Taylor, outgoing
secretary, and Mrs. Virginia Mosley, new secretary

Men: Of
This Llsl,
She treats him like the head of
his own home, rather than like
a destructive child to be correct corrected
ed corrected it he isn't quite as careiul in
using household xurnishings as she
is-
If she knows they can't afford
something she wants, she doesn't
talk about how much she would
like to have it.
fihn naval mnnlinn e hie IhhUg
when talking about him to other
women.
She is care'u' to make certain
that he has everything he'll need
to wear to a party, rem y to &u
with no last-minute discoveries
e discoveries'
wai a buii wasu t went cy uie cieau
ers or a button sewed on a shirk-
just as careiul as. she is about
having her own clothes in readi readiness
ness readiness for an important occasion.
When she asks him to tell a
joke she doesn't ruin it by includ includ-ing
ing includ-ing the punch line in the request.
No matter how much she hates
clutter, she never throws away
anything, her husband has saved
without asking if he wants to keep
SHE'S CONSIDERATE
When both are reading, she can
and does resist the temptation to

1
No Strings In String Beans
Now, Thanks To Science

Lots of readers ask, "Is there
rea ly any difference between a
string bean and a snap bean?"
The answer is very definitely
yes, Agricultural scientists have
bred the strings out of string
bean is correctly called a snap
bean no strings attached. From
the standpoint o" time saved in
preparation, the snap bean was
among out tirst convenience foods.
Here is still another change.
swap ueaire are now readily avail
able all year, but it wasn't too
long ago that they were strictlv
a summetime specialty. Faster
transportation and advanced stor storage
age storage and agriculture deve'opments
are chaneine thp
fresh produce generally.
Here are some pointers in buy buying
ing buying fresh snaD heans-
1. For COOd flavor tpndarnotc -nA
, - w.v.w,.vt,0 RUU
maximum food value, look for
crisp; fresh and firm beans- with
lots of snan.
2. For even rnnk-ino onf fj..
ness, select beans uniform in size
with immatiira uh.
3- For easy preparation and little
British Socialists
Blast Macmlan
For A-Buffer Stand
LONDON, Jan. 18 (TJP)-Angry
British Snp iolicc li.x'j
rremier Harold Macmillan for
laijjng to agree to an early sum
mn comerence with Russia and
' 1at?"L5-iree "buffer zone" in
central Europe.
The Socialist stand on Macmil Macmil-an
an Macmil-an s reply delivered in Moscow
last niBht to an aacf-nraef
letter' from Soviet premier Niko
lai ouiKuiun uec. 11 was aired by
partv leader Hush atmirn ...1...
would succeed Macmillan as Pre
mier u tne Labonte? overthrew
the "conservatives In Britain's next
general election.
Macmillan was on a Common Commonwealth
wealth Commonwealth tour when his reply reach reached
ed reached the Kremlin-. He Is "exoected
to answer Oaitskell's charge that
he missed a chance to end the
cold war when he returns to the
House of Commons. The House
meets next Tuesday after a Christ
mas recess.
The premier's 1,400-wprd reply
to Bulganin's 3,500-word letter said
tha Snvipt
Europe be set aside as a zone
where no atnmip
produced nor stationed was not
new. He said the proposal which
Poland originated was open to
"certain obvious objections."

tu.s. Army Phote)

She Checks Ouf On
Shout About If
keep interrupting him to call his
attention to fascinating dttie bits
in "her own book, msgazine or
section of the newspaper.
She never asks at breakfast,
"What would you like :or dinner
tonight?"
I. she knows his memory some sometimes
times sometimes iais him, she drops hints
days in advance about an upcom upcoming
ing upcoming anniversary or birthday instead
of teariuJy accusing him of not
caring if he should torget an im important
portant important date.
She kids him good-naturally a a-bout
bout a-bout his masculine nronHn.stitv ,-
aiwavs hpint arosrp nf a nrni',.
- : girt, UlSteaa 01 DCing resentful
and believine that hp rias pvpfl fAr
anyone but her.
She never usea him for her ex excuse
cuse excuse for not doing something she
doesn't want to do, or .or not go going
ing going somewhere she doesn't want
to go.
Even if she knows he isn't the
best husband in the world, she
makes sure he will never get that
idea from his Wife.
Does she sound ton ennd tn ha
true wp wnn'r iranm until
hear from the hnsh-iarfo rtn
ot you have wives who meet these
speculations p
waste, select beans that are clean,
fairly straight and free irom ble blemishes.
mishes. blemishes. Fresh snap beans should be cook cooked
ed cooked in a smal. amount of boiling
water 1-4 to 1-inch. Sait may
be added to the water before ad adding
ding adding the vegetables or later. Tft
retain green color, cook uncover uncovered
ed uncovered for 5 minutes and finish cook cooking
ing cooking with the cover on. Or, cover
the pan from the beginning, but
lift the lid briefly two or three
times. Allow 15-20 minutes who
whole snap beans and 10-15 min minutes
utes minutes for cut beans. French-style
beans cook a little faster than
conventional cut beans .usually
in about 8-12 minutes.
Savory Fresh Snan Beans
(Yield: 6 servings)
Wash 1 1-4 pounds fresh snap
beans cut off tips and leave whole.
Place in saucepan wiui 1 tea teaspoon
spoon teaspoon sait and 1-inch boiJng '-'it
stock. Bring to boiling point, un uncovered,
covered, uncovered, and cook 5 minutes. Cov Cover
er Cover and cook only until crisp-tender,
10-12 minutes. Drain if necessary.
In the meantime, melt 2 table tablespoons
spoons tablespoons butter or margarine in a
saucepan: add 1 meduim onion
sliced 1-4-inch thick. Saute until
limp and transparent. Remove b-
ninna (mm nan and hland in
1 1-2 tablespoon iresli lemon jiice.
rour over cooKea Deans, 103s ugnx ugnx-iy
iy ugnx-iy and serve garnished with the
sauteed onion rings.
Visiting Scout
Entertained At Pedro Miguel
Last Thursday evening a group
of girt from the Pedro Miguel
Troop 8, International Girl Scocts
cf tne Canal Zone, entertained
Miss Jessica Reynolds, Interne Interne-oiate
oiate Interne-oiate Scout rem Honolulu, Hawaii
at the Paraiso Scout Shack.
Miss Reynolds, a transitory vi visitor,
sitor, visitor, is on a world tour with her
parents who are traveling on a
small boat whieh is temporarily
moored at Balboa for a brief stay
on the Isthmus.
Under the leadership of Mrs.
Madcrip Celknr!nr tha -harmino"
litte visitor wes-entertained witn
a verv friendly and pninvahla nrn.
gram of songs and games typic typical
al typical of scouting, that made her very
happy, it is said. The young scout-
er was accompanied by Miss Ly Ly-dia
dia Ly-dia Czapek, leader o. Troop 24,
of the Cahal Znn rhnnnll (i H A.

SCOUT
NIWS"

of Balboa. 1



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SATURDAY. JANUARY 11,
Proceeds Of Monday's All-Star Game To Go To Fire Victims Fund

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Dodgers Finally Obfain Use

X)f Huge Memorial Coliseum
" LOS ANGELES, Jan. 18 (UP) iof the huge Memorial Coliseum lings of other tenants who prev prev-PYesideot
PYesideot prev-PYesideot Walter OfMalley of the I for his club. jiously had objected to O'Malley
Los Angeles Dodgers today set The Coliseum commission, by and Co. getting a better rental deal
his sights on an attendance mark unanimous 9-0 vole, late yesterday than they received.

of two millron fans during tne lsasigramea me uuugws use u me
season as he finally obtained use 1 101,000-seat stadium with the bless-

Fastlich

OCELOTS SQUEAK BY PeRICOSlots were L. French and
INTO TIE FOE SECOND PLACE ti as they 2 for 2 and 2
h" STANDINGS 'spectively.

Won Lest Pet.
. 3 0 1.000
Pumas
Conejos .3
Ocelots 3
Palomas 1
Macaws 0
Pericos 0
I
I
2
3
3
.750
.750
.333
.000
.000
By FRANK MILLER JR.
The Ocelots and the Pericos went
at each other Thursday afternoon
and the Ocelots barely managed to
win over the tough Pericos team
by a score of 4-3. The game ws a
pitching duel right down to the
wire and could have gone either
way until the last out was made.
The Ocelots got 3 runs in the
third on three walks and singles by
Ammirati and Bettis. They got
their final run in the bottom of the
last inning on a walk, a single by
Rudy, and a sacrifice fly by En En-"gelke.
"gelke. En-"gelke. The Pericos picked up a single
run in the first on successive sin singles
gles singles by the Ness brothers. .They
added another in the fifth on a
walk and a solid double by Green.
Their final tally came in the top
of the sixth on a dropped third
itrikp a walk an dan error.
Willie Engelke went to the mound
for the Ocelots and pitched an ex
cellent game, giving up only 3
hits as he went the distance for bis
first win of the season against no
losses. He struck out. 5 while walk walking
ing walking 4.
Garv Ness went to the mound for
the Pericos an dalso pitched a good
ball came, but walks got nim into
trouble in the third inning. He got
out of the inning however, and fin
tyhed up strongly as he struck out
f 0 wniie warning o.
The leading batters for the Oce
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League

Ammira Ammira-for
for Ammira-for 3 re-
For the Pericos the leading let letters
ters letters were the Ness Brothers and
Green as each went 1 for 3.
. All those people who are inter interested
ested interested in seeing some jjood base baseball,
ball, baseball, are invited to cone to the
Fastlich Ballpark on Gail lard
Highway at 4:30 p.m. on weekdays
to see the baseball stars ot tne fu future
ture future in action.
The box score:

Ocelots Ab R H O
Engelke 2 10 1
L.' French 2 1 2 0
Morris 0 1 0 5
Ammirati ..3 0 2 2
Dehringer ........3000
French W. 3 0 0 0
Bettis 2 1 1 2
Rudy ....3010
Anderson 3 d 0 8
Totals 21 4 6 18

Pericos

Bowen 3000
Metheney .. 2 0 0 0
D. Ness 3 119
G. Ness .. .. 3 111
Bright . 3 0 0 2
Marcum 2 0 0 1
Carrol .. ,. .. .. ..1000
Berger 2101
Green 301 1
Chandler 10 0 0
i
Totals 23 3 3 17

SUMMARY Earned runs; Pe Pericos
ricos Pericos 2, Ocelots 3. -Winning pitcher:
Engelke. Losing pitcher: G. Ness.
B.B. off: Engelke 4, Ness 6. S.O.
by: Engelke 5, Ness 3. 2b: Green,
Pericos, L. French. Ocelots. Um Umpires:
pires: Umpires: R. 'Williams, J. Pier son.
Time of game: 1:35.

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Until this vote, the Dodgers had
punned to play in Wrigley Field,
which seats only 20,000.
' The compromise finally worked
out called for the Dodgers to guar guarantee
antee guarantee the Coliseum $200,000 a year

in rent tor two years out in re return
turn return for that O'Malley's club will
get the concession rights for all
except nine games.
Under the compromise formula,
the Dodgers after the first three
games of the opening series with
the Giants will pay 10 per cent
rent for nme games and waive
concession
The other major tenants the
Rams pro football club. Universi University
ty University of Southern California and UC UCLA
LA UCLA had objected that they paid
10 per cent rent and O'Malley had
offered either five per cent or
$200,00fc
The three other tenants also got
a bonus irom me imurer umi i
the Coliseum commission voting
tn cut their rental to five per cent
starting next season for the dura
tion of the Dodger stay in me
Coliseum.
"To the baseball world this will
ho hanniMt news of January," u
Mallev told the commission after
Ma vnfo sir, rent him the stadium
"We have a saying in baseball af after
ter after a tight game it was never in
doubt."
Gamboa Swim Pool
To Be Closed For
Cleaning Tuesday
The swimming pool at Cam Cam-boa
boa Cam-boa will be closed all day Tues Tuesday,
day, Tuesday, January 21, it has been an announced
nounced announced by the Division of
Schools.
The pool will be cleaned en
Tuesday and will re-open
Wednesday on its regular sched schedule.
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Imported Players To Meet

Native Stars In Stadium

By J. J. HARRISON Jr.
Isthmian baseball fans were offered a good op opportunity
portunity opportunity today to show their sympathy to the vic victims
tims victims of the San Miguel fire, which burned down over
20 houses and left an estimated 2000 homeless last
Thursday.
ill the fans have to do is to attend the all-star
game between local and imported players at the
Olympic Stadiunr Monday night at 7 :30.
Proceeds of the game will be donated to the
fund for the fire victims.

Prices for the game have been
reduced. Box seats will go for SI,
covered stand seats for 50 cents
and bleacher seats will sell for 30
cents.
The use of the stadium and lights
will be free of cost and as will be
the services of the park's employ employes,
es, employes, umpires and the official scorer.
The players for the all-star game
were announced last night after a
vote count by sports writers who
met with Pro League secretary
Carlos Delvalle.
The fans' selections with the av
erages of the players at the time
of the vote count follow:
IMPORTS OS
Tony Bartirome, lb (.320)
Chet Boak, 2b (.240)
Spider Wilhelm, 3b (.24?)
Bob Barron, si (.181)
Den DeGroote, If (.295)
Floyd Robinson, cf (.290)
WMtey Sehmidf, rf (.325)
Billy Shantx, e (.181)
Reserve infielders are Jim Hen
dricks and Corky Glamp. Outfield Outfielders
ers Outfielders are Johnny Kropf, Johnny Reed
and Billy Shield!
Pitchers are Bob Ayltner. Carl
Duser, Jim Umbricht, Bill Franco,
Jerrie Davie, Jim. DePalo, Jim O' O'Reilly,
Reilly, O'Reilly, Dave Benedict and Lev
Spencer.
The second string catcher is
Manuel Lopez. Shantz will manage.
NATIVES
Elias Osorio, lb (.217)
Alenso Brathwaite, 2b (.197)
Heeter Lepoi, 3b (.404)
Clarence Moore, as (.213)
Eddie Napoleon, If (.217)
Hank Mitchell, cf (.236)
Bobby Prescotr, rf (.204)
Marcos Cabas, c (.194)
Reserve infielders are Carlos
Heron, Eugenio Houradou, Frank
Austin, Harold Gordon, Manito
Bernard and Herman Charles
SERVICE
CENTERS
TODAY
BALBOA
Sat. Matin 10 P.M.
"Calamity Jan."
1:00 3:3 S:N Ids
GDtTGRMT
frank SiMTftA
SOPHIA IPKEN
spvYnigjejioaT m f? awit gigaRsssaiv seerey arwa
CRISTOBAL
Sat. Ma tin ta 2:30 P.M.
"Strategic Air Command"
T:00
Tyrone Power At Gardner
THE SUN ALSO RISES"
DIABLO
Sab Matin. 1130 P.M.
"Tha Alamaia"
7 100
Fall Parker
"WESTWARD HO
TUB WAGONS"
O AM BOA
Sat. Matinee 4:11 PM.
"All A.hore" A Serial
eslSs
Dean Martin
Jerry Lewla
"HOLLYWOOD OB
BUST"
G A T U S
Sat. Matinee 2:30 P.M.
"Battle Of Ree.ua River"
A Serial
7:00
"CARTOON
CARNIVAL"
MARGARITA
Sat. Matinee 2:30 P.M.
"Lait Train From
Bombay" A Serial
SUS A 8:10
"THE LIVING
IDOL"
SANTA CBUS
SIS A 7:55
Jeff Chandler
Maureen O'Hara
CAMP BIERD
:ll A S:5S S:5S-"TONIGHT'S
"TONIGHT'S S:5S-"TONIGHT'S THE NIGHT"
nnd
"SPOOK
CHASERS"
7:45 only
"WAR ARROW
PARAISO 0:18 :OI
"HIT AND RUN" and
"THE BEACHCOMBER" 7:40 only
TICKETS FOR BALLET
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Outfielders are Reinaldo Grenald

and Pepe Osorio.
Pitchers are Mamavila Osorio,
Humberto Robinson, Jose Lison-
dro, Leonardo Ferguson, Carlos
iThorne,
Winston Brown, Justo
Anselmo Correa, Stanley
'Hudson,
Arthur and Miguel
Gonzales.
Leon Kellman is
er and manager.
reserve catch-
The teams selected by the fans
must lay for at least three in
nings. After that the pilots may
make any lineup changes they de desire.
sire. desire. Hurlers will be named by the
managers. Kellman automatically
became the skipper of the local
team because he piloted his Cer
veza Balboa team to victory dur
ing the 1956-57 season.
The league's four umpires, Oal
Thornton, Gail Moore, Lew Hilzin
ger, and Willie Hinds will work the
game.
The Chesterfield Smokers and
the Beermen were in an afternoon
same at Colon Stadium today.
The Carta Vieja Yankees and the
Smokers play in Colon tomorrow
morning at 10 o'clock.
ATLANTIC ARMED FORCES
. LITTLE LEAGUE
The Atlantic Armed Forces Lit Little
tle Little League's Colonial Braves and
Coco Soli to Cubs are tied for first
place after a week and a half of
official league play. Both teams
have yet to suffer a defeat.
Last Tuesday's tussle between
the VFW Post 100 and the Colonial
Braves saw the front running
Braves take a 10-3 victory. Rich
ard Parisi led off the VFW camp campaign
aign campaign with a smashing single to left-
field that allowed Tom Grezaffi
to score the game's first run.
Rocco Parisi nailed a hard single
into centerfield in the third inning
but died on second base. Scotty
Tyree blasted a base knock in the
fourth canto for the last hit for the
VFW nine in the game.
Bob Padro and Scotty Tyree
both managed to get home m tne
third inning to run the VFW total
to three runs. Pitching troubles
leagued the VFW squad from the
start. Greg Marullo started for
Post 100 but cot into trouble in
the bottom of the second by walk
ing the bases loaded. Duke Wilson
relieved Marullo in the second but
had to be taken out and replaced
by Scotty Tyree in the third stan
za. Tyree lasted me remainder 01
the encounter.
The (Braves tallied 10 runs be
fore the slaughter stopped, led by
first baseman Efrain Aymat who
got two singles and credit for two
RBI's. Right fielder Tom Benero
got a single and drove in a tally.
Winding up the Braves hitting
with a Texas Leaguer in the sec second
ond second stanza was leftfielder Jose Ay Ay-mat.
mat. Ay-mat. Jose Ortiz, on the mound for
the Braves, was relieved in the
fifth ihning to give Roger Paris a
chance on the hill.
The Army Atlantic Tigers drop dropped
ped dropped a 2-0 decision to the Coco So So-lito
lito So-lito Cuhs in Wednesday's action.
Rafael Garcia recorded the lone
Tiger hit of the game in the first
inning to ruin Cub pitcher Luther
Qu inn's otherwise perfect game
Alex Rsmirez went the distance
for Hie Tigers.
Jack Drydale singled io the first
and third inning driving in a run
with hts last hit. Pitcher Luther
Quinn added to his laurels with a
smashing single in the fourth can canto
to canto but failed to score.
Standings
Teams
Colonial Braves
Coco Solito Cubs
AA Tigers
VFW Post 100
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The Raiders
The Rangers
TODAY EMCANTO .35-.20
Fred A"lre' Cyd Charisse in
"SILK STOCKINGS"
Bin Crosby In
"MAN ON FIRE"
TODAY IDEAL .25 .15
Eddie Fisher in
- 'ettflyPLg OF, JOY"
Lex Bsrker In
"TARZAN" SAVAGE FURY"

Louis Sommer
Sponsors Ford
In Panama Open

Louis R. Sommer, well-known
Panama City businessman and
sportsman, will sponsor Doug
Ford, 1957 winner of the Master's
Golf Championship and second
money-winner in the PGA tour tournament
nament tournament circuit, in the 1958 Pan Panama
ama Panama Invitational Open G o I f
Champ ionship which starts
Thursday afternoon at the Pana Panama
ma Panama Golf Club.
This announcement was made
this morning by Dick Oehllnger,
Chairman of the 1958 Panama
Invitational Tournament Com Committee,
mittee, Committee, while noting that Ford is
scheduled to arrive at Tocumen
airport Monday evening for the
tourney.
Pacific Softball
League
PACIFIC SOFTBALL
By HENRY CLARK
Teams
Cervecera Nacional
Abernathy Unisport
Ft. Kobbe Hq. Co.
Battle Group
Ft. Clayton,
Libhy Foods
W L Pet.
3 0 1.000
3 1 .775
1 2 .333
1 2 .333
0 3 .000
Next Camus
Jan. 20: Ft. Kobbe Hq. Co. 1st.
Battle Gp. vs Cerveceria Nal.
Jan 21: Libby Foods vs Aber Abernathy
nathy Abernathy Unisport
Jan. 22: Cerveceria Nacional vs
Ft. Clayton.
Tuesday's Results
SFC Brickhouse and his Skvrs
Regulars from Ft. Kobbe scored
an impressive 8-to-6 win over Lib Libby
by Libby Foods Tuesday before the sea
son s largest crowd.
Earl Auletti, Kohbe's ace reliev reliever
er reliever in the past 2 games, was giv given
en given the starting role and held Lib Libby
by Libby Food to three, hits going into
the seventh. Here he encountered
trouble. Bob Hampton took thn
loss and he was relieved by Dur Dur-ett,
ett, Dur-ett, a southpaw, in the fifth due
to the heavy artillery he met.
Both teams accounted for an ev even
en even amount of hits and runs as Ft.
Kobbe Regulars made eight to
their winning eight tallies and Lib
by boys had stx-for-six runs scor scored.
ed. scored. Although Libby's late rally in
the seventh caused the cheering
section to become quiet since
most of the fans were rooting for
the Regulars, Ray Neshitt, the
Food producers centerfielder, held
the spotlight after homering with
the bases loaded to lift the spirit
of both teams to see which one
would be successful in leaving the
cellar position. A fly ball finally
kept the Libby nine in the hole.
The line score:
Hq. Co. 1st. Battle Gp.
030 050 0 8 8 2
Libby Foods 000 020 4 6 6 1
Abernathy Unisport 14
Ft. Clayton Cavaliers 1
Wednesday second place Aber
nathy Unsiport scored 14 runs a-
gainst the Ft. Clayton Cavaliers' 2.
This win by the sporting goods re
presentatives killed the chance of
a two-way tie for second place
Reviving from their loss against
Cerveceria Nacional 3 to 0, Bill de
La Mater's Unisporters made just
three hits to go with the amount
of runs in the one-sided encounter.
Bases-on-balls assured Unisport
of their victory. Twelve by Clay Clayton's
ton's Clayton's pitchers shows the reason
for such a score. The first hit off
starter Caratmi tame in the fourth
when Husted singled sharply to
center after seven runs already
had crossed the plate.
Fritz Cheney, the winner, didn't
show the form he exhibited over
Libby Foods in his three hitter
against them. Only two hits were
made by the Cavaliers off Cheney.
The lmescore:
Abernathy Unisport
105 701 0 14 3 2
Ft. Clayton 100 001 0 2 3 Id
National Distillers
To Sponsor Kroll
In Panama Open
The National Distillery of Pans
ma City will Spenser Ted Kroll,
top money-winning golfer two years
am and ana el the finest golfers In
the PGA pro circuit, in the 158
Panama Invitation Open Qon
Championship which begins Thurs Thursday
day Thursday at the Panama Golf Club, ac according
cording according to an announcement this
morning by Dick Oehllnger. Tour Tournament
nament Tournament Committee Chairman of
the Open.
KrelL one of the most popular
of the touring PGA professionals,
is making his first appearance in
the Panama Open, and promises
to provide intense competition for
all ethers in the tournament. Kroll
will arrive Monday evening at To Tocumen
cumen Tocumen airport with several other
professionals.
Kroll says he is especially inter interested
ested interested In winning the Seagram Cup
award.

WW

bditor: CONKAUO SAKGbAntf

PANAMA PROFESSIONAL LEAGUE
Teams CV CB C W L

Carta' Vicja x
5
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5
Cerveza Balboa .... 6
Chesterfield 3
Lost
9 10

TODAY'S GAME
At Colon Stadium: Cerveza Balboa (Brown 4-2)
vs. Chesterfield (Robinson 4-3).
Came time 3 p.m.
TOMORROW'S GAME
At Colon Stadium: Chesterfield (O'Reilly 1-2)
vs. Carta Vieja (Davie 6-3).
Came time 10 a.m.

Isidro Martinez Helps
Brother Get Ready For
Melvin Bourne Battle

R.P. featherweight champion I I-sidro
sidro I-sidro Martinez said today he plans
to remain in Panama until after
his kid brother Claudio fights Mel Melvin
vin Melvin Bourne at the National Gym
Jan. 26.
Isidro, who is rated among the
world's top ten 126-pounders by
the National Boxing Association,
has been servin. as a sparring
partner for Claudio for the past
two weeks at the latter's Colon
Arena training camp.
Bourne and Claudio have met
twice before. In the first encount encounter
er encounter Claudio defeated the Chorrillo
veteran by' a unanimous1, decision
but in their second meeting Bourne
scored a bloody TKO win over his
young opponent.
Claudio's handlers let out a howl
after the second battle because
Bourne, who had signed to enter
the ring at 118 pounds, in defense
IT MAY BE
If life's not worth living
it may be your, liver!
It's a fact It takes up to two pints
of liver bile a day to keep your
, digestive tractintopshape! If your
liver bile is not flowing freely your
food may not digest . gas bloats
up your stomach . you feel con constipated
stipated constipated and all the fun and sparkle
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of his bantam weiht crown weigh weighed
ed weighed in at 123-V4 instead.
Claudio tiDned th hciIm at iit.
1-4 on that occasion and although
ne tought valiantly, he was ne
maicn ior ms rival who outweigh outweighed
ed outweighed him bv six and nnp-nnsrfpr
pounds.
Bourne lost his title at the
scales and this time they have
signed to fight at 12344 pounds!
The Colon boy's camp has two
main reasons to be confident of
victory this time.
They claim that a heavier Clau Claudio
dio Claudio will be more effective a a-gainst
gainst a-gainst the roughBuse Bourse and
they feel that the youngster will
profit from his workouts with Isi Isidro,
dro, Isidro, who beat Bourne easily the
only time they met.
It remains to be seen whether
or not Isidro can snow Claudio the
way.
YOUR LIVER
go out of life. That's when you
need mild gentle Carter's Little
Liver Pills. These famous vege vegetable
table vegetable pills help stimulate the flow
of liver bile. Soon your digestion
starts functioning properly and
you feel that happy days are here
again! Don't ever stay sunk.
Always keep Carter's Little Liver
Pills on hand. Ask your druggist
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SATURDAY. JANUARY 18, 1858

THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER
PAG8 mi

1 ISTHMIAN CHURCH NOTICES (

Church of Christ

w. w.
Burrow, EvangclM
Telephone MM
AAlJtOA: 051. BaHxa Road.
Service Sunday 18:00 'e-m. 11.-00
(URAL. American Legion Hall.
t7i.ii mm Sunday 10:00
ax, ii aw UL I
UO ABAJO: Houm No.
Sunday 4 JO pjn
ttth St
Unitarian

iiMliUbJAN
MKUtll
Ull IJL
Mdc.au
Ancon UivO.
Uuuty PlM
Ancon
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W liberal
Baptist
yrawer oaiuoa
fnone -l0
Kail '. rauerewaiu, fmwt
room -tt
aunoa, School
.tunc u"ou
auanua d-oit School
Brotnernooo-h aionoay... J.Wvm
riBST BAPT1S1 cuukcu
Balboa Heights, C. &
Anew Boulevard
Drawei B Balboa Height
Phone Balboa 1717
William H. Beeby. Paitw
Sundav School 9:30 a.m.
MoVnm Werahip I0:tt am
Baptist Training Onion .... 8:30 p.m
Evtngelistic Service 7:30 pm
Prayer Meeting. Wednesday. 7:00 pm
W M.S. Bible Study Tbure-
daya tM
Men Brotherhood (Lart
Monday in month) 7 JO p m
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
Margarita Avenue at 6U Sweat
Margarita. Canal Zone
Rev. WendaU C Parker, Fait"
Sunaaj, Scnooi
Morning Worship
Baptist .Training Union
venint Worship
Brotherhood, Tueedaye ......
Prayer Services, Wednwday
W.M.7J. lit A 3rd Friday
O A.. R.A., A Sunbeam.
n.4.1 a in
11:00 a.m.
6:30 p.m
7:45 p.m.
7:00 o m
, 7:00 pm
Friday
1:30 p.m
Salvation Army
dtoa-aancMUaMl Evngellt
PANAMA cm
Captain A Mn. H. Grant
15 February Street, Phone: 28-20054
11:00 Holiness Meeting.
3:00 Sunday School.
7:30 Salvation Meeting.
LA BOCA C.Z.
Lieutenant Pansy Campbell
Building No. 1080, Phone: 2-2851
1140 Uoimesa Meeting,
3:00 Sunday School.
7:30 Salvation Meeting
FAKAiSO, C.Z.
Envoy A Mrs. C L. Mostley
Cuiara SuteL
, i
IM nVbdar School.
11:00 Holiness Meeting
1:00 Sunday School.
7:30 Salvation Meeting
COLON CtNTRAL
Beak I apt. and Mn. C. Moonsawmy.
J4th Street. Phone: 38-743.
COLON THIRL STREET
740 Salvation Meeting
Union Churches
BALBOA
The Rev. Oscar W. Oisen, Pastor
Balboa Road at San Pablo Street
Phone 2 1486-Church Office 2 3236
830 a.m. Church School Free bus
ervlce. Classes for all age.
10:30 a.m. Worship Service The
Expanded bession for Nursery, Kinder
garten and Primary Depts. Church
time Nursery for children under 3 yrs.
8:00 p.m. Junior High Fellowship --
a-vi nign reuowsnip.
7:00 p.m. Senior High Fellowship.
7:30 pjn. Evening Service.
OATUN
The Rev. Bay M. Blakely Minister
Telephone, 5-355
Church School, with Adult Bible
Class. 9.43.
Service of Worship, 11:00.
, Youth Fellowship, 5:45.
MARGARITA
Margarita Ave. and Bolivar Hwy.
Bev. Theodore E. Franklin Pastor
Phones: Office, 3-2842. Res. 3-1488
Sunday Services:
8:45 a.m. Church School. Bus service.
Classes: Nursery through adult.
11:00 a.m. Moraine Worshio.
Mur: en- for infants and small chil
dren.
5:00 p.m. Junior Fellowship.
:15 n.m Youth Fellowship.
A complete schedule of auxiliary ac activities
tivities activities and official meetings aa an
nounced from week to week.
GAMBO
Bev. Walker M. Aiderton, Pastor
Of : 8-470 Res 8-130
:30 a.m Sunday School.
10:40 a.m. Mnrnlng Worship.
Official meetings and week-day sett
yitiss as announced.

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Churches of flu many faith in the Canal Zone, and the terminal cities
of Panama end Colon. Republic ef Panama, extend a welcome at all
times to men and women of the armed services, and to civilian neigh neighbors,
bors, neighbors, friends and strangers.
At a public service, The Panama American lists belew. by denomi denomi-atiens,
atiens, denomi-atiens, notices of hours ef worship and other regular activities.
Listings are rotated from time to time. Denominations having only
one or two congregations are listed under "Other Churches b Services."
A special listing is included for services at Army posts, Air Force base
and Naval stations.
Minister, church secretaries and. chaplains are ashed to inform the
news desk in writing by Wednesday noon at the latest of any change
for the coming Saturday' church page.

Catholic
ST. MARV'S CHURCH Balboa
Sunday Memos: 7:00. 8:00. 10 00 and
13:00 a.m.
Holy Day Maasea: 5:55. 8:00. 11:55 a m
and 5:00 o.m.
Confessions: Saturday, 3:30 to 5:00
and 7:00 to 8:00 p.m. Thursday, before
First Fri.dav: 7:00 to 8:00 o m
Miraculous Medal Novena: 7.-00 p.m
on Mondays.
Catechism clam' after the 8:00 mam
on Sunday.
High School Study Club (JO p.m. on
Wednesday
SACRED HEART Ancon
Sunday Masses: 5:55. 7:30 A 0:30 am
Holy Day mum: 5:55 a.m. and 5:0(1
o.m.
Confessions: Saturday 3:30 to 5:00 and
7:15 to 8:00 p.m. Thursday before First
Friday 7:00 p.m.
Sacred Heart Devotional 7:00 pjn.
Fridays.
Catechism Class t 1:16 to 4:45 pjn. on
rnursday.
OUR LADY OF EATIM A turunda
Sunday Mass at 8:00 a.m.
Holy Day Mam at 8:30 p.m.
Coniamlons: 8:00 to 6:41 pjn. on Sat
urday.
Catechism Class i Saturday 8:30 to 10
JB.
ST. JOSEPH-Paralso
Sunday Maasea at 740 and 8:15 a.m.
Holy Day Mass at 8:00 p.m.
Weekday Masses: . :00 a.m.
Confessions: Saturday 3J0 to 4:10 and
8:30 to 7:30.
Catechism Class: Sunday 3:00 to 4:0(1
pm
Miraculous Medal Novena i 7:00 n.m
on Friday.
Convert instructional Thursday 7:00
p.m,
ST. VINCENT'S Panama City
Sunday Masses: 8:00 and 8:30 a.m.
Hnlv hail Maaaaa- I'M inH S IWI n m
(It it falls on Saturday the Masses are
:uu ana g:su a.m.)
Confessions: Saturday 3:00 to 5:00 and
1:00 to 8:00 p.m. Thursdays before First
Friday 7:30 p.m
Miraculous Medal Novena and St
Hons of the Cross: Friday 7:10 p.m.
Catechism Class: After 8:30 mam on
Sunday
Thursday.
Convert Clam: 6 JO p.m. Tuesday and
ST. THERESA S-CecoU
Sunday Mass: 8:30 a.m.
Holy Day Mass: 6:00 a.m. (It It falls
on Saturday 8:30 a.m.)
catechism Clam: 3 JO to n:uv p.m. on
Monday.
corueosionsi :uu to s:w a.m. ounaay.
ST. JOHN BAPTIST DB LA BALLS
Parqae Lefevre
Sunday Masses: 6:30 and 8:30 a.m.
Week Davs Mats: 6:30 Mon.. Thurs.
Frl. and Sat. First Friday mam: 6:00 a m.
Holy Day Masses: 8:00 ajn. to 6:oo
piHrriir,"-- ftj j.
Confessions: 3:30 to 490 and 7:00 to
8:00 pm oh Saturday.
Miraculous wieaai novenai ariaay iaw
catocnism vuua: a:i p.m. on ouuoay
ST. THEBES sTS La Boca
Convert Clam: Monday 7:30 p.m.
Sunday Man: 7:00 a.m.
Holy Day Mas: 5:30 p.m.
Confessions: Saturday 8:30 to 7:30 p.m
Thursday before First Friday 6 JO p.m..
Catechism ciam: a:ia p.m. on aunuay.
Sacred Heart Novenai 7:00 pro. on
jy. j
convert uami o:av pjn. on
ATLANTIC SIDE
ST. JOSEPH'S Colon
Sunday Masses: 8:45, 8:00 and 9:15 a m
Holy Day Masses: 5:45 and 1:00 a.m.
and 5:45 p.m.
Confessions: aaiurasy ;w w o;uv
7:00 to 8:00 p.m.
Miraculous Medal Novenai weanesaay
6:15 and 7:00 pjn.
Saered Heart Novena: raaay cis p.m
Sunday Evening-Service 7:00 p.m.
Convert Class: 7:15 p.m. on Mondays
and Thursdays.
Catechism Class: Sunday iu:is a.m. w
11:45 a.m. 3:00 n.m. to 4:00 o.m.
First Friday Exposition of Most Bleat Bleated
ed Bleated Sacrament all day Reposition tt 5:30
a.m. Saturday morning
First Saturday Devotions to our Lady
of Fatlnia The Holy Rdsary 50 a.m.
First Communion Instruction for chil
dren Monday and Thursday s 6:00 to
f w p. in.
MIRACULOUS MEDAL Cristobal
Sunday Masses: 7:00. 8:00 and 10:30a.m.
Holy Day Masses: 6:00. :00 a.m. and
5:15 p.m.
Confessions: Saturday 4:00 to 5:00 nd
7:oo to 8:oo p.m. After Rosary eacn eve
nlng.
Mirtculout Medal Novenai till and
7:00 p.m. os Monday.
Catechism Clam: After 8:00 Mam on
Sundav.
First Friday Exposition all day during
me scnooi year.
First Saturday! Mam at 8:00 am.
HOLT FAMILY CHURCH In Mariarlts
Sunday Masses: 7 JO, 9:30, 11:30 a n.
First Saturday Mass:
6:00 s.m.
wees: day Masses:
Saturday .. 7:00 p.m. to
Miraculous Medal Novena
Holy Day Masses: 7:30 a.m.
Confession ... 3:45 p.m. to
every Monday.
Parish Family Rosary and
Benediction
every Wednesday.
Discussion inquiry Group
every Friday.
1st Friday Devotion
lit Saturday Devotion ..
8:00 a.m
8:00 p.m
7:00 p.m
6:15 p.m
4:45 p.m
748 p.m
7:30 pjn
7:00 p.m
7:00 p.m
ST. VINCENTS Rainbow Clt
Sunday Masses: 6 JO a.m. and 8:00
am
Holy Day Masses: 6:00 a.m. and 6:00
pm.
f.nlwlM,., .AA a .AA a, 4a
.u..... wk. a.w iv v.w ami imv to
8:00 p.m. Saturday.
uaiecnism uuusi: jo:45 a.m. on Sunday
Convert Class every Monday at 7:00
p.m.
Miraculous Medal Novenai 7:00 p.m
l Tuesday.
Sacred Heart Novana: 1:00 n m mm
Friday.
IMMACULATE CONCEPTION-Gstdn
Sundav Mass- 8:15 s.m
Holy Day Mass: 5:00 pjn.
Confessions: 6:30 to 7 do nm-tm Mm.
urday.
Catechism Class- 4 00 ,o m on Monday
OOB LADY OF GOOD COUNSEL
Gamboe
Sunday Masses: 7:00 nd 8:80 am.
Holy Day Masses: 6:0(1 a.m. and 6:00
Lonieaaions Saturday at 7. -00 p.m. and
aiiei hu evening aevotlufi.
Baptisms by appointment
Miraculous Medal Novena: 7:00 p.m
n Tuesday.
'Sacred Heart Novena i 7 -on n m
Friday ..T
Sunday School: 3:30 pm. on Sunday
Religious Instruction (llasa far run
dren: 4:00 p.m on Thursday
Religious Instruction for
ducted in Spanish : 7 :()0 n.m on Mnn
day
Convert Instructions by appointment

Episcopal

The RL Bev S. Hebcr Goeden. S.T.D
The Very Bev. Malnert J.
R.T.B.. Dean
Peterson,
trttors i.Jt
THE CATHEDRAL OP ST. LUKE
SUNDAYS
SUNDAYS
7:30, a.m. Holy Communion.
9:15 a.m. Church School (Holy Com
munion 3rd Sundav I.
9:30 a.m. Santa Communion, 3rd Sun
day
Etcuela Dominical :io a.m
11:00 a.m Morning Prayer ana Ser
mon, Holy Communion 1st ounaay.
7:00 p.m. Evening service.
WEDNESDAYS
Holy Communion.
Evening Prayer.
i:30 am.
7:00 pro
HOLY DAYS
4:00 a m Holy Communion.
8 '30 am Holy Communion.
DAILY
8:13 a m. Morning Prayer.
12:00 Mu day Missionary Prayera
COCOU
Church ot St Andrew
The Rev William W. Baldwin,
Priest In Charge
SUNDAYS
Holy Communion 7 JO am
Family Prayer and
Church School 9:30 a jn
(Also Holy Communion 2nd.
Sunday each month.
Morning Prayer A Sermon 11 00 a.m
WEDNESDAYS
Holy Communion :00 a.m
COBOZAL
Chapel of The Good Shepherd
The Bev Clarence w. Hayes,
Priest in Charge
FRIDAYS
8:00 em. Morning Prayer.
(H.C. first Friday eacn uonuw.
QAMBOA
t Simon's Chuiih
The Rev. John Spear, Priest In Charge
SUNDAYS
Choral Eucharist and Ser
mon 7:00 a m
Church School ............ 3:00 pm
Episcopal Young Churchmen 5:00 pm
Evensong and Sermon 7:00 p.m
MONDAYS. TUESDAYS,
and FRIDAYS
Morning Prayer and Holy
Communion- 9:00 a.m
Evening Prayer 7:00 p.m
Woman's Auxiliary, 2nd and
WEDNESDAYS A THURSDAYS
Holy Communion 7:00 s.m
Mornlne Prayer 9:00 s.m
Xvenlng Prayer 1:00 p.m
SATlIUrjAYS
Family Eucharist 8!80 am
Office of Compline 9:00 pjn
LA BOCA
St Peter's Church
The Bev. John Spear. Priest tat Charge
Morning Prayer and Church
School p:00 am.
Confirmation Clam 30 am
Choral Eucharist and Ser-
moil 10:30 a m
Holy Baptism 12:00 noon
Evensong and Address .... 7 JO p.m
3rd MONDAYS
Woman's Auxiliary 7 ao pjn.
THURSDAYS or FEAST DAYS
Holy Communion ; f:oo a.m
PALO SECO
Chapel of the Holy Comforter
Ven. L. B. Shirley, Priest In Charge
THURSDAYS
8:30 am. Holy Communion.
MARGARITA
Church of St Margaret
Espave and Brazos Blvd.
The Rev. Jesse K. Renew, Rector
SUNDAYS
7:30 a.m. Holy Communion.
9:45 a.m. Morning Prayer and
Church School.
11:00 a.m. Choral Eucharist.
THURSDAYS and HOLY DAYS
a.m. Holy Communion.
PARAISO
The Bev. Allan B. Wentt,
Priest In Charge
The Bev. David A. Osborne,
Vicar Emeritus
SUNDAYS
8:00 a.m. Choral Eucharist A Sermon
9:30 a.m. Infant Baptism.
3.1
00 n.m. Church School
(heid in Building 131)
5:00 pjn. Youth Fellowship
7 00 m. Evensong and Address.
2nd and 4th WEDNESDAYS
1 .30 o in. Woman' Auxiliary and Al
tar Guild Meeting
PANAMA CITY
St Paul' Church
The Vcn, Lemuel B. Shirley, Rector
The Rev. fit ft Atwell. Deacon
SUNDAVt,
6:00 a.m. Holy Communion
9 00 n .m Sun Eucharist A Sermon
10:45 a ni Morning Prayer and Church
' aeaooi
12:00 riocr Holy Baptism
' 7 '00 t..m Solemn Vesper
TUESDAYS
8:30 a.m Holy Communion
7:3q p m. Evening Prayer and Sermon
WEDNESDAYS
0:00 in Holy Communion
7:00 pjn. Evening Prayer
t'HURM'A YS AND FRIDAYS
8:30 I m. Holy Communion
HOLY DAYS
6:00, a.m. Holy Communion.
CHRIST CHURCH BY-THE-SEA
Episcopal
Colon. KSP.
(Opposite Hotel Washington)
The Rev. James Peter Farmer, Rector
The Rev. Henry A. Blake, Assistant
SUNDAY
6:00 a.m. Holy Communion. -8:30
a.m. Morning Prayer.
940 e.m. Choral Eucharist and Sermon
10:30 a.m. Church School.
7:30 p.m. Solemn Evensong and Ser
mon.
MONDAY, TUESDAY A THURSDAY
6:00 a.m. Holy Communion.
7:00 a.m. Morning Prayer.
5:00 p.m. Evening Prayer.
WEDNESDAY
6:00 a.m. Holy Communion.
7:00 a.m. Morning Prayer,
7:30 p.m. Evening Prayer and Sermon
FRIDAY
7:00 a.m. Morning Prayer.
9:90 ajn. Children' Eucharist
5:00 p.m. Evening Prayer.
SATURDAY
6:00 a.m. Holy Communion.
7:00 a.m. Morning Prayer.
5:00 p.m. Evenina Prayer.

7 '30 pjn. Compline and Meditation.

BIO ABAJO
SL Christopher's Chore It
10th Street, Parque Ltfevre
The Bev Clarence W. Hayes,
Priest In Charge
The Rev. Clarence A. Cragwett.
Assistant
SUNDAYS
6:00 a m Holy Communion.
7 -30 a.m Sung Eucharist and 4k -mon.

(0:30 a.m Morning Prayer and Church
School.
12:00 noon Holy Baptism.
6:30 pjn Evensong and Sermon.
MONDAYS
7 JO o.m 1st and 3rd. Woman's Auxi Auxiliary.
liary. Auxiliary. TUESDAYS
6:30pm Junior Daughters of the
sung.
7:30 p.m Youth Fellowship.
WEDNESDAYS
8:00 a.m Holy Communion-.
7:00 o.m Evening Prayer and Religious
instructions
THURSDAYS
8:00 p m Girl Friendly Society.
8:00 p.m 1st and 3rd. Singletons.
SATURDAYS
9:30 s.m Junior Confirmation Class.
Other Churches
CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE
448 Franglpanl St. Ancon, C.Z.
Bev. Elmer O Nelson, Pastor
Box 297 Balboa. C.Z. Tel 2-2801
Sunday School 9:45 a.m
Worship Service 10:45 am
Youth Service 6:45 pm
Evangelistic Service 7:30 p.m
Prayer Service. Wed. ... 7 JO p.m
CHUBCH OF THE NAZARENE
Margarita School Gymnasium
Pastor Ralph L. Hyson
Write: Box 5019 Margarita. C.Z.
Phone: 3-1583
Sunday School 9:45 am.
Morning Worship 11:00 a.m
Evening Service 7:30 p.m
NATIONAL BAPTIST CHUBCB
Panama R.P.. 23rd Street East
Kev a. N Brown. Minister
Divine Worship 9:30 a.m
Sunday School 3:00 p.m
Sunday Mas 7. 7:45 11:45
Rio Abajo. R.P.
Sunday School 1:00 p.m.
JEHOVAH'S WITNESSES
Meeting Thursday at 7:30 p.m. and
Sundays at 4:00 om. Win Memorial
80S Balbue Road, Balboa.
CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST OP
LATTER DAY SAINTS (Mormon)
Chaoel on Balboa Road
Priesthood Meeting: Sunday 8iS0 am.
Sundav School: Sunday 10:00 a.m.
Sacrament Meeting: Sunday 6:00 p.m.
Relief society: Tuesday s:uo a.m.
MIA: Wednesday 7:30 p.m. f
Primary. Thursday 4:00 p.m.
Telephone Balboa 4227.
Atlantic Branch
Building 200, Schoolhouse Road, Gatun
Sunday scnooi; sunoay :ao a.m.
Sacrament Meeting; Sunday 11:00 a.m.
CURUNDI) PBOTESTANT CHUBCB
"A Warm Hearted Church"
Milton K. Letdlg, Minuter
Phone Re 83-7116 Of. 83-5105
Sunday School 9:30 a.m
(A class for every age)
Morning Worship 11:00 a.m
Youth Fellowship 6:00 p.m.
Eevenlng Worship 7:00 p.m.
Prayer and Prauie (Wed.) 7:00 p.m
A church nursey in provided.
OLD CATHOLIC CHUBCH
It Raphael The Archangel
13th St West No. 1
Holy Eucharist: Sitneiiy at 7:30 a.m.
Tuesday. Wednesday and Thursdav
6:30 ajn.
Sacrament or unction metnni a
vice)
7 JO
Firet Sunday of each month at
Mount Hallbet. Christian Church
Panama B.P.
Bt Rev.
T.
jam, D. & Bishop
oriiciaung.
Morning devotion
Fellowship Worship ....
Sunday School
Divine Service
6:00 m
11:00 a m.
3:00 p.m.
7:30 pjn.
S
BAHAI'S CENTEB
84 Firtt Street
Urbanlzaclon El Carmen, Ptnam City
iraormai Talk and Dicuslon
Thursdays ..8:00 pjn.
Colon, 8th A FroW Streett
(upstairs American Bazaar)
Study Classes Thuradayt, 7:30 p.m
BETHEL MISSION CHUBCH
Espalaba St., Paralso, C.Z.
Bev Wsldaba H Stewart, Patter
Sundy: 11:00 a.m. Worship Service.
3:00 p.m. Sunday School.
7:15 pjn. Gospel Service.
Monday: 7:30 Young People's Society1
Wednesday: 7 JO Mid-week Christian
Fellowship.
Thursday: 8:00 ChoL Reherl.
Friday: 7:30 Women' Missionary So Society.
ciety. Society.
THE CHURCH OF OOD
New Providence
Mr Maude Hinet. Pastor
Sunday School 10:00 a.m
Morning worship ii:ou a.m.
Night Service i 7 JO p.m
FIRST CHURCH OF GOD
Cor. Jamaica and Trinidad Sta,
Rainbow City, Canal Bene
Bev. Wm, Livingston, Pastor
THE CHUBCH OP OOD
7038 Eighth Street Colon
Rev. G. W. Grandlton, Pastor
Sunday School ....9:30 a.m.
Morning Worship 10:30 a.m
Night Service 7 JO p.m
Mornlne Worshio
8:00 a.m.
10:30 a.m
7:30 pjn.
sunoay scnooi
mgnt service
THE CHURCH Of OOD Kit Abajo
Mont Otcuro Rd. 16th It
Rev. Wm. J. Johnson. Ptstor
Sunday Schoo 8:30 a.m.
Morning Worship 10:30 jn.
Night Service 7:30 p.m.
CHURCH Of GOD (Pentecost))
Rev. B. E. Watson, Overseer
Phone 6-428. Box 253. Gamboa
Churchw at Paraiso. C.Z. (Rev. and
Mr Herman G. Whyte). Colon. R.P
(Rev. Fernando Lorenct), Rio Abajo
(Rev. and Mrs. Charles Havnetl. anc
Cativa (Rev. and Mrs. Clifford Greavtt)
Sunday and weekday service at all
churches.
COMMUNITY CHAPEL
Diablo Height. C.Z.
(near DlaMo school)
Rev. Carl V. Thompson. Minister
Box 39, Diablo Heights. C.Z.
Phones: Home, Gamboa 217
Church Balboa 4271
Sunday School
Worship Service
Youth Service
Evangelistic Service ...
Wednesday: Bible Study
and Prayer Service ...
10:00 a.m
11:00 a.m.
7:00 p.m
7:30 p m
7:30 p.m.
Lutheran
KFJEDRMER LUTHERAN CHURCH
Balboa Road at Wight Street
Rev Robert t Gusslck. Pastor
P O Box 886, Btlboa
Sunday School, Bible claw 9:00 a.m.
Divine Service 10:15 ajn.
Holy Communion, first Sunday of the
montn.
Atlantic Side
Former chaoel of Our Saviour'a Enla-
rioai cnaoci jra di. ana meienaes nve.
New Cristobal.
Mr. Eugene H. Denner, Vicar
Sunday School, Bible Class 9:00 a.m.
Divine Service 10:15 a.m.
v Communion, last Sunday of the

month.

Jewish

Jewlsi welfare Board
doce .lean Balboa. CZ
A'lUcli. Director
Bid 782-X La
Ribbi Nathan
Servir- Friday 1:38 p.m
:3I o m
Saturoay
(See a't-o Ustlnm ol Jewish ,arvlra-
uroer "mm Base and Stations i
CongtKui,or Kot Shearltn Israel Ave
oio C-'tn and 36th Street Bella Vista
Psnam Cttv Services 8:00 p.m
Christian Scientist
CtUtlSllAJl 9Cle.NCt tHlKtHli
'rl Church ol Christ Scientist Anero
580 Ancon Boulevard
Sunday 11 vveanesds m ojh
Sundav School 9J0 a.m
im cnurvn ol chmtt, scientist, Cnsluba
13th Street A Hoiivai Hiha
ttln.tai Vnnnt Jf, ,.aj,
Sunday 11:00 a.m. Wednesday a .00 p.m
Posts and Bases
PACIUC SIDk
Protestant
FORT AMADOR
Sunday School 9:01
Morning Worship lu.uu
. Church-Urn Nursery School... 10:00
FORT CLAYTON
Sunday School (Building No.
126) 9:00
Morning Worship 10:30
Thursday Evening Mid-Week
Service 7:30
Youth Fellowship Sunday .... 6:00
FORT KOBBE
Sunday School 9:00,
Morning Worship 10:30
Evening Worship 70
Worship Service, Madden Wye 7:00
Worship Service, Rio Ha to .... 8 15
Christian Youth Fellowship .... 6:00
Soldier's Fellowship Thurs. .. 7:00
Officer's Christian Union Thur. 8:00
ALBROOK AIR FORCE BASE
Sunday School 9 :3n
Adu t Bible C ass NCO Clubl.. 9:30
Morning Worship 9:30 A 10:45
xoum reiiowsnip :jii
U.S. NAVAL STATION. Rodman
Sunday School, 9:30
Morning Worship 11:00
Holy Communion Pint Sunday
of Month)
15th ND HEADQUARTERS CHAPEL
Morning Worship 9:00
, (Holy Communion First Sunday
of Month).
Naval Radib Station, Summit... 6:00
Catholic
FOBT AMADOR
Daily Miss 6:30
Sunday Masses 7:00 A 8:30
Confessions. Saturday .. 8:30 A J JO
Sunday 8:00 A 6:25
FORT CLAYTON
Daily Mass 6:45
Sunday Masses ...... ...7:45 A 8:00
Confessions Saturday .. 6:30 A 8:00
FORT KOBBE
Daily Mass 6:15
Saturday Masses 9:00
Sunday Masses 8:00 A 11:45
Monday Novena Devotions .... 7:30
Confession Saturday.. 6:00 A 7:30
COROZAL
Sunday
10:39
ALBROOK AIR FORCI BASS
Daily Mast 6
Saturday Mass 7:00
Sunday Masses 7:45 A 12:00
Spanish i 7:00
Novena Servlces-Tueaday ...... 7:08
Confessions-Saturday .7 ., 7:0o
O.S. NAVAL STATION, Aodnun
aninday Mast 1:30
FORT KOBBK
Saturday
USO-JWB. Balboa
Friday
2.-00
7:38
4:00
ALBROOK AIR FORCX BAS1
Saturday
USO-JWB (Balboa)
Saturday
ATLANTIC UDB
ProtesUnt
5:30
FORT DAVIS
Sunday School Bldg. 253 .... 9:09
Morning Worship 10:30
frayer fellowship Bldg. 253
Tuesday 7:00
KYBB-Wednesday Post Chtpel 6:3
unoir rractice weonetoty
Pott Chapel 7:30
FORT GULICK
Sunday School 9:38
Morning Worthip 10:45
Youth Fellowthip, Sunday .... 6:30
Bible Study, Wednetdty 7:30
Ladlet Chapel Guild. 1st Thur. 1:30
U.S. NAVAL STATION, Coco Solo
Sundty Sehool
Morning Worship
Holy Communion Flrtt Sunday
of Month)
CathoU
FORT DAVIS
Daily Matt
Sundty Mass
Confessions: Saturday
Sunday
9:39
11:09
7:00
9:30
6:00
8:45
FORT GULICK '
Daily Mats
Saturday Mass
Sunday Manes
Confessions, Saturday
7:00
7:00
10:15
7:00
7:45 A
. 6:00 A
U.S; NAVAL STATION, Coco Solo
Daily Mats ,.
Saturday Mat .,
Sunday Mis
COCO SOUTO
4:00
8:30
9:00
Sunday Mast
7:30
V: $M
FORT GULICK
Tuesday
Jewish
7:18
Greek Orthodox
Greek Orthodox tervlcet are conduct conduct-ed
ed conduct-ed at the Church of the Anunciation.
Via Belisario Porras, San Francisco de
la Caleta, Panama Cltv. R.P mi
the Church of SL Anthony, Avenlda
Melendez, Colon, R.P., pn alternate Sun Sun-days
days Sun-days at 9:30. For further Information,
J" ": os uie Army Chaplain.
Seventh Day
Adventist
Weekly Services In all church
as follows:
SATURDAY:
Sabbath School 9:30 a.m.
Divine Service 11:00 a.m.
Youth's Meeting 4:30 p.m.
WEDNESDAY:
Bible Study and Prayer Service
;.m pjn.
Pacific Sid Panama
Pallor W. H. Waller-Tel 28-3-3506
Cabo Verde, Ave J. F de la Ossa
No. 17 Chorrlllo 25th No 27 Pue Pueblo
blo Pueblo Nuevo 2-A St. between 3rd and 4th
Sts. Rio Abajo 11th No. 27 Gamboa
and Frijolet.
Paitw G. D. William-Tel. 6-580
Pastor A. A. Grizzle Tel. 6-103
Spiniib Churches Pacific Side Panama
Pastor Norberto Quiroz
Panama. Catle Daritn No. 3
Pedregal Nuevo Guarard.
Pastor G. A. Jeffries-Tel. 38826L
Colon
Cristobal English 16th A Bollvsr Ave.
Cristobal Spanish 16th A Bolivar Ave.
0844 Gavllan Road Tel. 2-1859 2 3531 1

CAM BOA UNION CHURCH
Members and friends of the
Gamboa Union Church are look looking
ing looking forward to the open house and
inmial meeting which will occur
tomorrow evening. Rstreshmsnts
will be served in the church par parlors
lors parlors at 6:30 p.m. The business ses session
sion session will come to order at 7:15 in
the chapel.

Chairman J. S. Uearne has em-;
phasized that the invitation to at attend
tend attend both the open house and the
church meeting is. extended to all
interested families.
A class in, church membership;
met last Monday in the chapel It
was weli attended. Other young
people have enrolled for the 're 'remaining
maining 'remaining sessions. Topics have lo
do with the basis of beliefs and'
practices in the church.
The young people are especially
invited to morning worship this ;
week when the minister's message
will deal with the subject, "Our
Church and Others."
ST.
PAUL'S CHURCH
Rio Abajo
Services this S u n d a y at St.
Paul's Church will be conducted
bv the Ven. E. C. Webster, priest-
in-charge during the absence of
Archdeacon Shirley, now in Eng
land.
The first celebration of Holy
Communion will take place at six I
o'clock in the morning and will;
be followed by Santa Comumon at
7:30. The sung eucharist and ser-j
mon at 9 a.m. will be held as usual.
Morning prayer in Spanish which i
procedes the weekly session of
the Church School will commence!
at 10:45. Baptism win oe aumuus-
tered at noon.
The day's activities are brought
to a close with solemn evensong
and sermon beginning at 7 p.m.,
after which a meeting of the ves-
try will be convened.
Members of the Guild of Acoly Acolytes
tes Acolytes are reminded that there will
be a meeting which all members
are expected to atetend immdi immdi-ately
ately immdi-ately aftervthe 9 a.m. eucharist.
ST. PITSR'S
La Boca
Marking the second Sunday af after
ter after the Epiphany, there Vvill be
choral communion at St. Peter's
church in La (Boca tomorrow at
10:30 a.m.
The class of candidates which
is ling prepared by the Rev. John
Spear, priest in cnare, tor con confirmation
firmation confirmation on the last Sunday night
of this month will met for ins instructions
tructions instructions after the celebration.
Services will be held at St. Pe Peter's
ter's Peter's church in the depopulated
town of La Boca Until no longer
possible. Members voiced the de-
NFFE Discusses
Merit System,
Plans Fish Fry
The bulk of the meeting was con
cerned with windin uplast years
business and appointment of com committees
mittees committees for the new year. The
floor was open for suggestions
fbr improvement in the new year.
Many worthwhile suggestions wer
made and ,re now under stydy
by the executive committee.
A committee was formed to
handle the local's fish fry and a
tentative date set for March 9
President Wynshaw expressed
his wish that the local ive sent
ous throuaht to plannin a celebra
tion of the 75th anniversary of
the first Federal Civil Service law
He quoted an excerpt fromthe
editorial appearing in, the current
issue of the NFFE official puD puD-lication
lication puD-lication "The Federal Employe"
which declares that the NFFE,
which is. the olest and largest ge
neral organization of the United
States federal employes, will "over "over-ook
ook "over-ook no opportunity 6o help make
the 75th civil service anniversary
memorable" and to emphasize
"the vital importance of the me merit
rit merit system as well as the quality
anf variety of services rendered
by federal employes."
The meeting was followed by a
social hour.
Newly elected Officers of the
local are: Saul Wynshaw, presid president;
ent; president; William Kongable, lt vice vice-president;
president; vice-president; Norris Fussell, 2nd vice
president; Karl Marohl, 3rd vice-
president; and Silvia Scrandrett.
secretary treasurer.
Accountants To Hear
Capt. Brockmeier
At Thursday Dinner
Capt. William E. Broackmieieri
will be the principal speaker at
the monthly dinner meeting of the
Federal Government Accountants
Association to be held at Fort
Clayton Officers Club on Thursday
evening.
Broockmeier is chief of the Re Review
view Review and Analysis Division, in the
office of Cpriiptroller, USACartb.
James1 L. Fulton,' chairman of
Hie meetings committee, announc announced
ed announced that there will be a hospita hospitality
lity hospitality hour from 7 to 7:30, BYOD,
with dinner served at 7:30. Din Dinner
ner Dinner tickets are $2 each, and may
be ob'ained from any of the fol
lowing:
N. H, McCauley at Balboa 2104,
George Thilvdeau at Balboa 25-
75, Maj. A. A. Tisone at Albrook
3221, William J. Ambrose at Coro Coro-zal
zal Coro-zal 2297, Roscoe Alexander at A A-mador
mador A-mador 3247 and Robert Roche at
Balboa 1332.
President Philip L. Steers, Jr.,
announced that guests are wel
come at this dinner meeting. At
tention is called to the change
of location for the meeting, this
being the first time at Fort Clay-
ton Officers Club

sire at the annual parish meeting
last Sunday to continue worship worshipping
ping worshipping there.
At this meeting the vestrymen
were re-elected as follows except
the last two: Arnold Hosten, Karl
L. Harris, Ivan E. Haywood, Vic
tor T. Smith, Ethelridge Daniels,
Edmund Morris, Glenville L. A.
Davis and Arthur L, Riney.
Harris,1 Haywood and Smith will
represent the church as delegates

U. S. Court Upholds Investigation
Of Communism In Naion s Schools :

WASHINGTON, Jan. 18 (UP) -The
U.S. Court of Appeals today
upheld by a narrow 5-to-4 decision
the authority of the House Com Committee
mittee Committee on Un-American Activities
to investigate communism in the
nation's schools and colleges.
It a'so ruled that the Supreme
Court's so-called Watkins decision
never meant to strike down the
congressional resolution establish establishing
ing establishing the House committee.
The appeals court handed down
its ruling in upholding for the
second time the contempt convic conviction
tion conviction of Lloyd Barenblatt, a for former
mer former teacher at Vassar College.
Barenblatt, now of New York,
refused to tell the committee in
1954 whether he "ever had been
a Communist ano whether he had
belonged to the party's Heldane
C ub while a student at the Uni University
versity University of Michigan.
The appeals court upheld his
conviction, earlier. But the Su Supreme
preme Supreme Court ordered it to review
the case in the light of its decision
in the case of John T. Watkins,
Illinois labor leader.
The high court held in the
Watkins decision that a witness
was entitled to know the purpose
of a congressional committee's
investigation and receive an ex explanation
planation explanation of the manner in which
questions he was asked were
pertinent to the inquiry.
BarenWatt's attorney argued
before the appeals' court that the
Supreme Court n(J, In e feet,
struck down the resolution cre creating
ating creating the Committee on Unr
American Activities.
He cited the decision by Chief
Justice Earl Warren, who said
the resolution setting up the com committee
mittee committee stated' on'y vaguely the
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land Riney as alternates.
I Besides an address from the
.priest, reports were heard from
j the woman's auxiliary, choir
guild, church school. Order of
j Saint Vincent, parish welfare coun council,
cil, council, and parish treasurer. A hud hud-get
get hud-get for 1PM was also presented .fey
! the secretary of the vestry and ap ap-j
j ap-j proved.

committee's investigative author authority.
ity. authority. The attorney said this criti criticism
cism criticism had the iorcc of law.
But the appeals court said that
"if the court had intended to
strike down the resolution,-
would have said so in so maw
words, it would not have left -so
vital an issue to inlerence or
interpretation. The majority de decision
cision decision was written by Circuit
Judge Walter M. Bastion.
Bastion said Barenblatt was
fully aware of the purposes cof
the committee and why he was
appearing before it. .He also said
the former teacher knew why
certain questions were ; Ked.
The court said the committee
announced at the opening of Its
inquiry that the objective was to
investigate Communist activities
"by members of the teaching pro profession
fession profession who are subject ta the
directives and discipline of the
Communist party."
Chief Judge Henry W. Edgerson
and Judge David L. Raplon lipid
in a dissent that the Supremo
courr ma intend to strike down
the resolution creating the House
committee.
L Even if it did not, they said,
me committee never was author authorized
ized authorized to investigate Communists in
education.
In a separate dissent, Judfiei
Charles Fahy and George T.
Washington said they did not
think the committee cou'd investi investigate
gate investigate education, "at least with the
use of compulsory process, under
the sanction of contempt, without
a more speci'ic authorization than
it had been given."
Barenblatt was sentenced to sil
months and a $250 fine on a
contempt of Congress charge.
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PiMMt
Ted Kroll, World Champion 0 7956, Enfers Panama Open

SATURDAY, JANUARY 18. lW

Top Money Winner Of 1956
Competes For Seagram Cup
And '58 Panama Open Title
Ted Kroll, from New Hartford, N.Y., will ar arrive
rive arrive this weekend to to compete in the $10,000 Pan Panama
ama Panama Invitational Open Golf Championship which
Sets underway next Thursday at the Panama Golf
Club, according to an announcement yesterday by
tournament committee chairman Dick Dehlinger.

Top money winning professional
in 1956 with a total of $72,835, Kroll
copped the world championship
that year and led all the rest. Born
in New Hartford, and presently
weighin in at 152, he figures his
5'8" is good enough to take the
title back to the U.S.
Kroll always says he's one of
the lucky ones.
Of all the guys who went down
on the beaches of Anzio in WWII, ;
he was one of tnose wuo got
up.
In lact. before this one-time
in-
iantry sergeant marcueu out. ox
soutuern uaty, he'a oeen wounu wounu-ed
ed wounu-ed three times and eacn time nad
recovered to go back into action.
His tuck at ieast a portion of it it-ran
ran it-ran out on nun in r ranc where
he was hit ana put down ior keeps.
But wnen he returnea to nis JNew
Hartforu home iate in 19a, ne
knew that it was going to tane
more than Iuck 10 mane up ior
lour years he'u lost irom an am ambitious
bitious ambitious touraattieui gou cdieci
xie nad ueei-uea on t,oui'uait;ui
goii eignt years uruer, aiier win-
pxOusmp ai ai. ne luiueu pro uut
louoWMig sUiiwier auu Who usay
-to set s4 lii aw pia -mi-pay fum
but lusmau, h set iiu .ie Eu European
ropean European var x nearer mW recetv
uia a personal ieu.tr irom uuoe
!un.
'when I iinau soi out of tne
Amy, axon say,' i nau no iuea
how idng it wuuid tane me to get
my game in suape ior ureau uu
buttei-. i dm kuov tnt it was go going
ing going to be a 'Jong, naru scrainos.
After a long, aaru summer and
winter, he too, a cracK at tne tOA
tour, wnere ne won omy con con-vincKed
vincKed con-vincKed that-it wouiu tane mucn
more time, ne nooneu on as an as assistant
sistant assistant at fniimoni, l'a. ne put
his game back togetner under Matt
Kowal and it toon three years.
In his first year as a'luli time
taurine nlaver. he f unshed 18th
money winner with Miuiant per per-'lormances
'lormances per-'lormances ii tfc f PGA Cham Championship
pionship Championship and the Canadian open
bringing him rave press notices.
In 1951 his game slipped. The
secret was, he was in love. In late
October, fie married his home hometown
town hometown sweetheart and within three
months he became a winter tour
sensation, finishing 4th at Los An Angeles
geles Angeles and first at San Diego, fol followed
lowed followed by a third place at Phoenix
In January
He came' from nowhere in 1953

by
JOE WILLIAMS

PHILADELPHIA Offhand it
would seem that the type of
young man who is able to peddle
his football talent to a college
tar a free-ride education, plus
gratiuties which may range from
a snazzy aborts car to a ranch
house for and mom, is a
pretty shrewd cookie.
But the NCAA obviously feels
differently. Cloauv i'.: annual ses session
sion session hire, the nat: al muscle
group to.k steps to see that such
young men, if and when they
turn-pi, are protected against
the Scrooge like Maras, Mar Marshall,
shall, Marshall, Rooneys, et al.
With Bud Wilkinson, Oklahoma
oach, acting as spokesman, it
was recommended that a commit committee
tee committee of counsellors be set up "to
intelliyently advise" football ca
reerists m negotiations with pro
club owners. Parenthetically,
was frowningly noted that the
tiro contract 'deprives the col college
lege college graduate of the basic right
to bargain."
The implications were plain. (1)
pro dub owners are bloodsuck bloodsuckers
ers bloodsuckers who. prostitute naive and trust trusting
ing trusting youngsters. (2) th pro con contract
tract contract is an instrument of tyran tyranny,
ny, tyranny, un-American in (conception,
barbarous in application.
'In a way I am delighted. Tris
surprising manifestation of hosti hostility
lity hostility was on of drollery. Bell la
commissioner of the National Foot Football
ball Football League Which has Ks head headquarters
quarters headquarters here;
"In a way I amdelighted. This
is the first time I can recall the
colleges have shown any interest
jrt a football player's future. Ge Generally
nerally Generally they forget all about him
sfter he's played his last game."
Bell said that if the NCAA peo people'
ple' people' were better informed they
would realize few college players
sign pro contracts without first
consulting with older heads....
'These young men are very grown
d when it comes o business."
$to NFL proxy refused to be be-$eve
$eve be-$eve Wilkinson was personally an antagonistic
tagonistic antagonistic to the pros. Speaking as
one who spent many nights in
hotel rooms with only the Gideon
Bible to read. Sell said: "I think
this1 is Another instance where the
hands of Esau do not synchronize
with the voice of Jacob. Frits
Crisler It Back of this. HSt aT aT-I
I aT-I ways hated us."
Resents Tot ";ots
Crisk is athletic director of
Michigan... "Since he quit coach

to establish himself as one of the

foremost tournament players of the
decade, and has continued his suc
cess of that year. He won the Na
tional Celebrities at Washington in
September 1955 but exhibted rare
consistency by tying for second in
the Phoenix Open, finishing for s
ond at El Paso, and tying for 3d
at Baton Rouge, all on the winter
PGA tour. He wound up his most
impressive year with $18,000 and
a position in tne urst ten proies proies-sronal
sronal proies-sronal golfers.
He was a member of the Ryder
Cup team which defeated the Brit British
ish British pros in 1954 and was the 13th
money winner that year. He fin finished
ished finished sixth in the money race in
1955 with over $25,000 and, tired of
finishing second, same in first in
the money book in 1956. He had
consecutive triumphs at Tucson
and Houston in their Opens and a
tie for 4th in the Tournament of
Champions, as well as the St. Pe Petersburg
tersburg Petersburg Often. In 1956 he finish finished
ed finished second in the PHA Champion Championship
ship Championship where, after routing every op op-nonent
nonent op-nonent in sieht. he fell victim
the putting magic of Jack Burke,
ponent insigbt, he fell victim to
the putting magic of Jack Burke.
Kroll's entry into the 1958 Pa Panama
nama Panama Open, however, will cause
some of the pros a iocs of sleep.
The Tournament Committee a a-gain
gain a-gain emphasized to all golf fans
that tickets for the Panama Open
are on sale at an military pusis
m the officers and wuu ciudi,
Self clubs and civilian. golf clubs,
lilitary tickets are $3 for the
four-day Open, while tickets for
all others, sell at $5 for the four
days.
Tickets for the Golf Clinic on
Wednesday at 4:30 p.m. are $1
each, and this is not included in
the ticket for the four days of
play. "iers of tickets for the
golf chine are also entitled to at attend
tend attend the cocktail party to be given
in the clubhouse of the Panama
Golf Clu after the exhibition, gra graciously
ciously graciously donated by Cyrnos, S.A.,
local representatives of Seagrams.
Tickets for the "tripleta" are be being
ing being sold by members of the com committee
mittee committee and all golf fans are urged
to purchase these tickets early.
Selling for only $2, they are po potential
tential potential winners of $2,500 to the luc lucky
ky lucky holder. The Calcutta Pool, ac according
cording according to the tournament com
mittee, will be hew at tne cocnan
party after the golf clinic.
ing for the : office he s be
come saintly, continued Bell.
"I remember his first year in the
E. as c.sc at Princ ton when
he had 22 high school captains
on his freshman squad. You
don t suppose Crisler got them
through the sheer force of his
pei .My, do you?"
In support of his charge that
Crisler initiated the move to pro provide
vide provide college players with business
agents, Bell said the Michigan
AD had handled Ron Dramer's
deal with the Green Bay Packers
last year.
"And handled It well. Got him
a fine contract. (Ed Note: Same
Scuttlebut reports the Michigan
star got $20,000, including bonus.)
I have.no quarrel with -Crisler
on this point, nor with the NCAA
idea. What I resent is the col
leges going out of then- way to
take pot shots at us."
As for Wilkinson. Bell thought
it nweworiny tnat most of the
Oklahoma sars had eraviated to
Edmonton in the Canadian Leaeue
Oklahoma is an oil counry. So
is Edmonton. It seems more than
likely that Wilkinson's voung
men, fellows like Billy Vessels
uirt Burns and, Jim Wetherall,
all got advice from a common
source.
Bell -vealed that some colleges
have self-appointed business a a-gents.
gents. a-gents. Notre Dame is one..."Ju one..."Ju-IhiS
IhiS one..."Ju-IhiS Tucker handles contracts for
the boys out there who turn pro.
He's a local businessman, has
no connection with the school, does
the work for free, and this off ice
Is all for mm.
Don't Sign for Free
When it wa suggested that the
instances Bell cited appeared to
strenghen, rather than weaken
the NCAA move, the commission
er said: "I'm not knocking it.
I just think it's waste motion.
These days t'e top-fligiit player
is thoroughly briefed before he
signs. And no agent is going to
get him more than a club can af afford
ford afford to pay."
Bell added: "It isn't true the
players has no bargaining rights.
Drafting him is one thing. Sign Signing
ing Signing him is something else again,
f he can't get what he wants
here there is always the Cana
dian League. A misconception
about the draft is that there is
no initial cost.
"The fact is the beter players
demand and get bonuses. Kram Kramer's
er's Kramer's east is not ungual."

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SNOWBIRDS- FOR THE
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BALBOA MENS
Teams
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F. Icaza Scott-Atwaters 4
Canada Dry 0
The Scott Atwater Motors are
piainig away irom the rest of tne
gang, xney now enjoy a six-point
icau in uie baiDoa oaatn League,
ihey way the bcott-Atwaters arc
purring aiong, the rest of tne loop
mill h-ve to sabotage the motors,
who Have the hahhy iaculty pi hav
ing one of then- bowiers gei uui
uwh WCK.
Tnis weeK it was Jimmy Bowen
who .tossed a, 53 serieb anu ms
m suigie game was a oig iactor
in the last game winch tne mo motors
tors motors won oy a pins, ine, canaua
Drys, wno uropptd all foru points,
went down iigniing eveiy
tne way. 'ihey iOst toe first game
in the last irame by 29 puis, aud
the second game, tney lolded up
in the latter irames to lose by
55 maples, um Glud was tops tor
the sodamen.
Hillman 3 Pepsi Colas 1
Hillman Cars, stalled in the ga garage
rage garage casement lor weeks, must
have had their engines oyeriiaui oyeriiaui-eo
eo oyeriiaui-eo "Carbon cleaned out' thejr
bowling balls ana toeir throwing
arms greased oecause they pas passed
sed passed the l epsi colas on th wm-
v 1.4 in
iiiey nad a sngnt uieaiwuuw-
the second game, but adjustea the
"fim-a-ma-jig and took the next
two points. Umberto Deluca of
Panama enjoyed one of his bet better
ter better nights, oy busting 555 series,
with a 243 in that set.
The Pepsis were handicaped with
t mn cirieiines suffered much
i h iPeue race, because the
.. .1 ,1.1 I O II 111,1,1
i l throa in s X
IP wiucn a:
e. 1 n.tmkor nm SOOt.
points irom tuc - ---Dube
of the Pepsi Colas capped
J tasty and refreshing 552 series
Crawford Znith TV's 4Dunlop 0
After last week's disaster, the
Crawford Zenith TV's came back
strong and got Triple A reception
from the pins, pin boys, the boards
and what have you to trounce the
Dunlop Rubbers by all four points.
Al Hele sparked the Zenith TV's
to their spiendid performance.
Lou Lehman of 15 Naval District
was the best the bouncelles Dun Dunlop
lop Dunlop Rubber had to ofler. This clean
sweep put the Crawiord Zeniths
into a tie for second place.
Tivoli Travel
Blue Star
Agency
Milk 2
nth tfams out on an interesting
match.t he Blue Star Milk churn-'
ed out a six pin in the opener,
and kept theri buttery bowling by
bottling the second game by 59
pins. Then they sulfered a com complete
plete complete reversal of form and the
ever alert Tivoli Travel Agents
were not idle when the opportuni opportunity
ty opportunity popped Up, because the took
the last game by 117 pins and
were credited with the TP maker.
Bob Kahne was the Travel A A-gents'
gents' A-gents' chief traveler with a 591
set. Wick Wickham was the Blue
Star performer for the dalrmen.
Coffee Ouran 4 Martini
Vermouth 0
Coffee and Vermouth apperently
do not mix, because when Duran
Cafe, and Martini Vermouth were
thrown together, the coffee came
right up' to the top for all four
points. The only satisfaction that
the Vermouth of Martinis gained
was that they were a merry gang
of bowlers. Les Pahl of the Duran
The averge pro salary for '56
was $9200. It was close to $10, $10,-000
000 $10,-000 for the season just ended.. ."I
understand Glister also did very
well at Michigan last season,"
mused Bell. "Averaged 84.000 at attendance
tendance attendance per game. That's real
big business for amateur sport,
Mayttf we need his help, at that."

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BIRDIES Snow and freezin

Snowbirds' Tournament near Chicago

Professional Frank Sordy, Bill Chambers

ft

squad put togeUier a nifty 542;
series, and Ray Baldwin bowled I
better than any of the other mer-
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Concluding the third annual I

Bablboa Beir 2 Kent Cigarettes 2

i4 In a low scoring contest where finest yet held at the Panani8 Golf
U no one hit 500, the Balboa Beer (Club, the presentation of trophy a-jJ-had
tne Knack or luck or Lath wards to the winners, runners-up
31 tin winiung the close ones.' The and medalists in each of the two
jl I uraught boys took the first by a men's flights and the one women's
H head of 11 pins and the linale by .flight will be made Sunday evc-

six.
Kent Cigarettes packed a 122 122-margin
margin 122-margin in the middle set-to and
this was more than ample to give
them an even split. Bill Coffey
was tops, for the Pack of Kents
with 473, and Curly Bates batted
down all of 441 to lead the Cer Cer-veza
veza Cer-veza chaps.
Honor Roll 200 or better
games, B. Kahne 224, Dube 203,
DeLuca 243, Glud 202, Bowen 228.
Mutual of Omaha downed a fight fighting
ing fighting Pirate team 7 to 3 on Wednes Wednesday
day Wednesday afternoon but only after the
Pirates put on a three run sixth in inning
ning inning rally.
Both pitchers, Mikq Bruza and
Dougie Albtrga pitched fine ball
and,each went the entire route with
Burza taking his first win, while
Alberga took1 his first loss. Bur Burza
za Burza had a 1 hit shut out goin until
the sixth when 2 hits, a walk and
a hit batter resulted in 3 runs.
The game ended when Stan Motta
was thrown out in an attemp o
seal third. It -was a poor day for
the batters with Tommy Hickey
having 2 of his teams three hitf
and Mike iBurza contributing 3 of
the Mutual's four hits.
The box score:

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PIRATES Ab R H I
Alberga-p 2 0 0 1
Christoph-c I 1 0 1
Henriquez-2b,8s 2 0 11
Urriola-lf 3 10 0
Hickey-3b 3 12 0
Motta-lb 2 0 0 1
Murray-cf 2 0 0 0
Ebdon-ss 10 0 0
Tortorici-2b 10 0 0
Wiberg-rf 10 0 0
Shelley-rf 1 0 0 0
Totals 20 3 3 4
MUTUAL OFO MAHA Ab R H E
Dockery-lf 2 10 0
Julio-lb 3 10 0
Haiiser-c 3 111
Burza-p 3 13 0
Billison-cf 3 10 0
Sanders-3b 3 10 0
Evans-ss 3 0 0
Highley-ss 0 0 0 0
Brians-rf 2 0 0 0
Totals 22 7 4 1
Pirates 00 0 0 0 33 3 4
Mutual 10303 741

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Using a s(ed as a caddie cart
tton Heigason and Ace Ellis.

King's Ramson Tournament
Presentation Of Awards
Tomorrow At Panama Club

o
1 I
King's Ransom-House of Lords
r.nlf Phamnfonshin. pprtainlv the
ning at the Panama Golf Club,
commencing at 6:30 p.m.
The awards will be presented
personally by A. G. Reynolds, who
originated this popular golf cnam-
pionship which is played annually
at the Panama Golf Club. Reyn-
olds, en avid sports fan, recently
arrived from New York City for
this express purpose
These announcements were mie
yesterday by Jack Schor ann Aobe
Sanger, of Distrlbuidores Alianzo
of Panama City, sponsors of this
annual event.
The 1957-1958 "King's Ransom Ransom-House
House Ransom-House of Lords" Golf Champion-
snip auraciep. o, entrants, vne
largest number to enter since the
tournament was established. Of
the 80 qualifying, 32 in each of the
two men's flights and IB in the
one women's flight, some of the
splendid matches nlayed between
the contestants will long be re remembered.
membered. remembered. Bob Walker of Balboa ,the even eventual
tual eventual winner in the men's first
flight, ran through a gamut, of
strong opponents, including his ,fi
naust opposition in tne pem ui
.. ... .u. .,
Ibarra-Sykes
In Title Bout
Tomorrow P.M.
Panama's Toto Ibarra and Co Colon's
lon's Colon's Ed Sykes will meet tomor tomorrow
row tomorrow night at the National Oym
in a 15-round match for the vac vacant
ant vacant R.P. bamtamweight crown.
Sykos won a unanimous ten ten-round
round ten-round decision over Ibarra in the
pair's first encounter nearly
three months ago.
In that bout tht Colonitt was
dropped for an tight-count in
the stvtnth round but camt back
strong to win a cltar et vtr-
"
Tht six round semifinal brings
togtthtr ftathtrwtights Rober Roberto
to Roberto Murillo and Basilio William.
Both wort imprtstivt winners in
their last two fights.
In one four-round prtllm Joss
Ptrtx tngagtt Strafln Garcia
and in tht other San Bias Indian
Fidtl Morris taeklts Valentin
Brown. Tht prtliminrrits art
for 126-pounders.
General admission is SI.

playing the required 18 holes

and watching Woodgie Keich
Keich prevailed with 7.
-
Carlos Arosemena. whom ht de
feated by a score of 5 and 4 over
tho Mfi.hnlo rnuta
Both te upper and lower brack-
et of the first flight saw the defeat
of many of the Panama Club's best
eolfers, incl'iding Dr. Ear! Ger Ger-rans,
rans, Ger-rans, whom Arosemena defeated
in the semi-finpf round, and Gor
die Dalton and Jim Hinkle winner
and runner-up in the first flight of
the recently completed Dunlop-
torney
The men's second flight saw
.surprise winner in Bill Swenson,
who overturned Enrique de la Ossa
jby a score of s and 3 in the final
round. In the first 1H holes of the
36-hole match, Swenson led de 1
Ossa 3 un.
The medalist in the men's first
flight was Roberto Torres, who
won his way out of a three-way tie
with Bill Le Brun ind Dr Massot
by shooting a 70 to theNresnective
74 and 71 of his opponents. The
medalist in the men's sconrl
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Roberto Aleman
In the ladies'- flight. Peggy Por Porter
ter Porter defeated Maggie Dalton In the
final round match hv a score of 5
and 3. Both have the same handi
cap so neither had to give up any
strokes. Pat Wiring took the med
al in the ladies' flight.
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presentation of awards will be
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Lords" tournament and iward
party of last year was one of the
most prominent of the golf season,
and there is every reason to be
lieve that the 1958 award ceremo
ny will be equally as remembered.
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Muscles Like A Blacksmith
Not Necessary To Be A Champ

By OSCAR FRALEY
NEW YORK (UP) You don't
need muscles likt a blacksmith to
be a world champion and proof
o this is pretty, streamlined Nan Nan-cie
cie Nan-cie Rideout.
Nancie is a sun-kissed, 19-year-old"
Floridian with all the right
things in the right places. What
the" boys in my day called a
".ooker," she is an accomplished
cook and likes music which she
can accompany on a torrid trum
pet. j
But she also no as me worm
record in water ski jumping a
50-mile-an-hour leap of 77 feet.
Nancie is the overall national
water skiing champion, a crown
she captured at Florida s famed
Cypress Gardens by topping all
commers at jumping, siaiom ana
trick skiing. She also, incidental
ly, is the only woman who can
water ski in her bare feet.
"And it isn't because I have big
feet, either' she smi'ed. "1 only
wear a six and one-half shoe ''
Nancie began water skiing in
1951 because her father was a
fisherman.
Cost Pep Money
It seems that pop always went
fishing alone and finally the fam family
ily family ma, Nancie and her '.wo
brothers and sister demanded
to be taken along. It set pop back
$30 and he decided that rather
than continue paying that Kind of
money he d better buy a boat.
.; The salesman talked him into
t-wng
Well.
a set of water skis as
"Poor dad hasn't been fishing
since," she said. "He's been too
busy piloting the boat for the rest
of us while we water ski."
Nancie soon shot to the top, lit literally
erally literally and figuratively. The "top"
in this case was the five-foot high
water ski jump. The men's Jump
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Cracks The Whj
"But we hit the jump at about
50 miles an hour by cracking the
whip and cutting across the wait
o. the boat," she explained.
Nancie, a five-loot, five-inch
blonde who. was th Florida Stats
diving champion at 13 and also
is a boat test pilot, can do mors"
tricks on water skis than mast
folks can do standing on dry land.
One of her best is the backward
swan, which consists of skiing
backwards on one foot with tht
other hooked in the swivel handle.
The toughest, she says, is the 360 360-swan
swan 360-swan over the wake.

This one consists of the back''
ward swan while making like afl
egg beater.
Her final skiing ambition is to
win the overall world champion championship
ship championship when the event is held st
Milan, Italy, next year.
All she wants to do then, boyi,
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TBI PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY RZWSPAPV
SATURDAY, JANUARY 18, 1951
CLASSIFIEDS
THIS SPACE IS FOR SALE
FOR INFORMATION TELEPHONE 24)740
THIS SPACE IS FO SALE
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Resorts

PHILLIPS Oeeanslde Ce4re
Settle Clara. Bo im P P-ma,
ma, P-ma, R. ale P. Phon Panama
3-1177, Cristobal l-1a73.
SHAPNEL'S furnished hemes, an
batch. Phone Thepmsen. Balboa
1771.
FOiTlR'S Cottages and Large
Batch House Out mile put the
Casino. Phana Balboa 1S66.
Houses
FOR RENT OR FOR SALE:
Luxurious residence compler ly
furnished, in tht Exposition
Grounds, 4 bedrooms, 2 bath bathrooms,
rooms, bathrooms, living-room, dining dining-reem,
reem, dining-reem, strata. 'arte kitchen, hat
water, maid's room with serv serv-ice.
ice. serv-ice. wash tuba, chathaa lines, gar garden,
den, garden, lot 20 by 30 meters, easy
payments. Far further informa information,
tion, information, tee Fabrega personally.
East 29th street, behind Vaseo
market, Irem 10 to 12 noon ana'
J to 6 p.m.
FOR RENT: Small three ream
house w running pipe water
and 5000 meters of land at Ma Maria
ria Maria Eugenia, Chilibre $10.00.
Enquire No. 112, Via Beliaarie
Perrat, telephone 3-2474.
1951
Chevrolet Sedan
Deluxe,
Power Glide.
1959
Buick Sedan,
Dynaflow, Radio.
Packard Sedan,
Ultramatic Drive.
DeSoto Sedan,
New Paint,
Nash Super Coupe,
Radio.
Coupe, 99, HydramatiA
Oldsmobile Holiday
Coupe, 88, Hydramatic
Mercury Sedan,
2-door, Radio.
1952
1953
1958
1951
1959
1959 Oldsmobile '88" Coupe
1952
Nash Rambler
Station Wagon
Buick Sedan,
Dynaflow.
1951
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Apartments

ATTINTION, 0. 1.1 Juet built
madam furniahed aaartmenta. I,
2 bfJfoitu foot, cold wjtaf
hone Panama 3-4941
FOR RENT: Furnished apart,
ment, two bedroom, living room,
dining room, kitchen, back
porch. Nice residential section
45th street No. 2-241.
FOR RENT: Furnished and un unfurnished
furnished unfurnished apartments. Tele Telephone
phone Telephone 1336. New Alhtmbrt
Apartments 10th Street, Colon.
FOR RENT: Apartment tad
rooms $25.00 and $40.00. Via
Espana 50-10. Cad 3-3644.
FOR RENT: Completely fur furnished
nished furnished apartment in Cingreje,
two bedroom, living room, din dining
ing dining room, kitchen, balcony,
maid's room and garage, with
hot wtter. Alberta Nivtrro Street
No. 48. Tel. 2-2883.
FOR RENT: Furnished apart apartment,
ment, apartment, two large rooms with kit kitchen
chen kitchen and bath in between, hes
two oudtside doors to hallway and
balcony, suitable for two couples.
$80.00. Also two room apart apartment
ment apartment with kitchen bath and
toilet. $60.00. Apply lanitor
at No. T-132 4th July Ave. or
Phone Hopkins Balboa 2966.
FOR RENT: 1 bedroom apart apartments,
ments, apartments, closet, bathroom, living living-dining
dining living-dining room, kitchen, $30.00.
Avenue leading to Roosevelt
Monument, Phone 2-3052.
FOR RENT: Attractively furni furniture
ture furniture two bedroom apartment,
hot water, maid's quarters. Cam Cam-pe
pe Cam-pe Alegre. Phono 3-5024.
FOR RENT: Furnished two
bedroom house, for 3 months,
at San Francisco. Call 3-5638.
Rooms
FOR RENT: Largo bright fur
wished roam, semi-private bath,
independent entrance, near Be Be-lla
lla Be-lla Vista Theatre. Panama 3 3-1081.
1081. 3-1081. FOR RENT: Clean, furnished
room in beautiful residential
section. Cooking fecilities. 43 rd
Street No. 13.
FOR RENT.- hmiahed room,
Independent entrance. L Street
1241, opposite Palacia Legisla Legislative.
tive. Legislative. Lawrence Jenrich
Now Heads Internal
Audits For Canal
Lawrence L. Jenrich, Superviso
ry Auditor in the Office of the Ca
nal s comptroller, nas oeen ap appointed
pointed appointed Chief of the Internal Audit
Branch of the General Audit Divi
sion to succeed George E. Girard, 1
who sailed on the Panama liner
Cristobal Wednesday for the Unit United
ed United States, it was announced yes yesterday
terday yesterday at Balboa Heights.
A native of Milwaukee Wisconsin,
Jenrich is a graduate of the Uni
versity of Wisconsin and is a cer certified
tified certified public accountant in the
State of Wisconsin. Prior to coming
to the Canal Zone in 1956, he was
Acting Deputy Regional Director
with the U.S. Army Audit Agency
in Alaska.
Girard, who had been with the
Canal organization since 1951, will
go to Washington, D.C., where he
will take over a new position with
the General Accounting Office.
He was born in Clayton, New
York, is a graduate of Syracuse
University, and had considerable
accounting experience in the Unit United
ed United States before coming to the Ca Canal
nal Canal Zone.
He was made Chief of the Inter Internal
nal Internal Audit Branch in 1953 when the
Finance Bureau was consolidated
with the office of the Comptroller.
Corozal Engineer
Goes To Paraguay
On Two-Month Job
7
Casmir J. Borowiex of the En
jgineer Maintenance Division, Co
rozal' is leaving the Canal Zone
today for Asuncion, Paraguay.
For a period of about 60 days
Borowiec will instruct the Para Paraguayan
guayan Paraguayan Army engineers in the ope
ration and maintenance of engine
er heavy equipment.
and long experience
in
ELGA
DISTRIBUTORS, INC.
4395, Panama, R. of P.

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FARMAC1A LUX 1M Central Avenue o BOUSKHOID EJtCBA N(iEJ If, o Owe Ave. No. 41 POTO POMY-Jnslo Aroeemena Ave. and S3 St 0 FABMAC1A
VAN-DUWIV-I Ho b a PAITMACIA El BATUKBO PatM. JfVrJT I iS t AWA Vw-TIl Poitm 111 O NOTTDAOKS ATH9 i-Mr
the Bella Vista Theatre, o COION: Central Avenue 12,1(5 Tot eft

Automobiles
FOR SALE: 1952 Pontiac da.
luxe, 8 cyl., 2 door, radia,
atandard shift, $545. Phone 86-
2195.
FOR SALE : Convertible, 1949
Ford, good mechanical condi condition,
tion, condition, new top. $290. Phono
Navy 3519.
FOR SALE: 1950 Willys jeep
station wagon w overdrive. Ex Excellent
cellent Excellent mechanical condition.
Call Balboa 4473.
FOR SALE: '57 Ford conver convertible.
tible. convertible. 2-tone blue, power steer steering,
ing, steering, electric windows, radio, du duty
ty duty paid. First $2500. Display at
Auto Bane or telephone 2-4342.
FOR SALE: Sport Car Fans, ex exclusive
clusive exclusive 1949 Austin A-90 Con Convertible
vertible Convertible coupe, good condition,
new tires, new battery, $250 or
trade for Amature Radio equip equipment.
ment. equipment. House 194-8 Gattin, Tel.
5-194.
FOR SALE: 1950 Pontiac
Tudor sedan, duty paid. $400.
Phone Balboa 3713.
FOR SALE: 1955 Pentiac Ca Ca-talina,
talina, Ca-talina, good condition, good
mileage, accessories, also furni furniture.
ture. furniture. Call 2-2989 or 2-2735.
FOR SALE: 1951 Chevrolet 4
door sedan, new' tires, excellent
condition, like new. $700. Call
Balboa 2-3580
VOUK FEET HURT?
trained Chiropodist will relieve
any toot trouble, corns, callous,
tes, Ingrown toe nails, toot mas massage,
sage, massage, etc.
Services "SCROLL'S"
Products
J. Arosemena Ave. 33-48
Tel. 3-2217
YiSHICl
"AIRES"
Cameras
Ll.ailllf
PANAMA COLON
I LIFE INSURANCE
call
JIM RIDGE
General Agent
Gibraltar Life Ins. Co.,
for rates and Information
Tel. Panama 2-0552
leading
CAMERAS
international Jewelry
155 Central Ave.
BOQUETE
EXCURSION
February 2, 195S
Fidanqiie Travel Service
Tel. 2-1661
TRY OUR SPECIAL
$7.50
Permanent Wave
Monday thru Thursday
Balboa Service Center
Beauty Shop Upstairs
Call 2-2959.
Cecil K. Garvey
Gets Outstanding
Award From Army
An award for achieving an out
standing performance rating was
made to Cecil K. Garvey C., of
the U. S. Army Ordnance Service
maintenance shop, on January 13.
USARCARIB Ordnance Office

v"' "2r i of tne town of Paraiso. The Jan Jan-the
the Jan-the certificate to Garvey, a civu-i mooting win k. hoM m,v

inMem?lTi,W?0cmak.eei1?iSAhwmelni8ht- t 7:30 in the music room of

. ruJu.
Garvey was cited for marked
proficiency, oemonstraiea ny su-
haoiam Antr.nl n rlAnPn Mr til lt
ixniui uuvh"'-, vvuv,, m

ana prompt preparation m worK.,actusl picture of a natural disas-

how a cierntypisi in uie siiup

supply division, Garvey has been:..Flagh Darknesg showing how'

an Ordnance Section employe for
the past seven years.
TREE SURGEON MEDIC
ALONG THE TRUCE LINE,
Korea (UP) Pfc. Paul R. Jef

fries of Gary, Ind., a tree sur- take up the question of the train train-geon
geon train-geon in civilian life, has been as- ing of volunteers in Pedro Miguel,
signed to a 1st Cavalry medical Pedro Miguel residents are ask-

unit here.

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Miscellaneous
FOR SALE-30 discount en
LP records. Classical, popular
and jaxz. Agencies Diai 37th
St. No, 6-A. Only this week.
FOR SALE: Toy Terrier .puppy,
female, 6 weeks registered
5608-A. Hodges PI. Diablo.
FOR SALE: Carved Chinese
furniture priced for immediate
sale. Unregistered Doberman Doberman-Pinschers
Pinschers Doberman-Pinschers pups. $20.00 each.
Panama 3-3319. ff
FOR SALE: Save money! Buy
Clayco building blocks. 4"xl2"
xl2". They are economical, light
and do not crack, $123 JO per
thousand. Clayco tV Alfareria. S.
A.. Via EspaHa No. 37.40.
Phone 3-0160.
CONTRACTORS, BUILDERS
For septic tanks and water out outlets
lets outlets in general insist on. Clayco
terra cetta pipes, especially made
'for such purposes, and resistant
to compression and acid action.
4 "xl2" pipes at 12 cents each.
FOR SALE: Reason, no time to
attend. Well established store
stocking latest style articles, ex exclusive
clusive exclusive business conections with
American firms. Telephone 3 3-7619.
7619. 3-7619. FOR SALE: Complete house household
hold household furniture and house for rent
with moid. For appointment call
FOR SALE: A good Frigidaire
refrigerator with freezer, very
cheap. El Canreie, 55 Street,
house 12 Apt. 4.
FOR SALE: 12 volt auto bat bat-rery,
rery, bat-rery, new; rotary parts bin; paint
spray air regulator; boat propel propeller
ler propeller 20-16; welding gauges; plate
glass i2364; 9KW. electric
plant HO220 volts, 60 cycles.
Balboa 2-3630,
Listeners' Guide
Will Type Programs
Of CFN-Radio-TV
A new listeners' guide Is to be
incorporated in the published
CFN-Radio-Televisioa schedule be beginning
ginning beginning this week, Maj. John P.
Morrissey, officer in charge, an announced.
nounced. announced. It is designed to provide
fuller information on types of mu musical
sical musical programs broadcast.
Through a simple -code, listen listeners
ers listeners will get a forecast of the
variety of programs offered and
can select in advance the type
of musical entertainment they es especially
pecially especially want to hear.
The designation "P" following t
program title indicates popular o
contemporary musre. "S-P means
that the semi-popular or "old fa favorite"
vorite" favorite" type of song makes up
tnai particular program. Purely
classical music is indicated by
the leters "CI," and these show
feature great symphonies and com
positions of the masters.
Musical programs for which no
code is shown are those of the
variety type such as the morning
waice up broadcasts which in
clude everything from Hawaiian
melodies to current Hit Parade
listings, band music to novelty
tunes.
New recordings covering all mu
sical fields are received regularly
from the Armed Forces Radio
Service for inclusion in the large
CFN library. About 05 per cent of
CFN's music is popular. Some 15
tier cent of the disks are the semi
popular or semi-classical type
Hillbilly and western account for
about seven per cent of the re recording,
cording, recording, while classical selections
from approximately five per cent
The remaining eight per cent con
sists of assorted types of music.
This ration accurately follows
program tastes as indicated by
surveys made in the U.S., and
broadcast patterns of successful
commercial radio stations there
Pedro Miguel. tes
Invited To Attend
Paraiso Meeting
The residents of the town of Pe
dro Miguel are invited to the
monthly meeting of the Canal
7nn Pivil rtofunco Vnlllnfnnr nnrnc
the FiraiS0 school.
Tw0 ctviI Defense tratnine pic-
. .... .. .
tiires wil be shown. "Crisis" an
t in th. 1Tnrf,H ct.ta- .nH
Civil Defense volunteers respond
to an atomrc attack in a skillful
ly portrayed dramatization.
Following the showing of the
pictures, William H. Gordon, Civil
' Defense Trainer Instructor, will
led to attend this meeting.

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Home Articles
FOR SALE: Piano, occasional
chairs, excellent condition. 9048
Apt. 3, Melendcx 10th. St. Co-
ton.
FOR SALE: Miscellaneous
household furnishings. Leav Leaving
ing Leaving the Isthmus. Tel. 2-4225.
House 580-B San Juan Place,
Ancon.
.
FOR SALE: Refrigerator, gas
stove, washing machine, mix
master, toostor, waffle iron and
grill, vacuum cleaner, steam
iron, gas water heater. Phone 3 3-7042.
7042. 3-7042. FOR SALE: Solid mahogany
set made by Cowes, and other
household effects. Contact
James Graham, Ninth street Rio
Abajo, No. 26-10.
FOR SALE: Q.M. cauch, mat
tress $20.00, 4 springs $10.00
each, 1 crab, with innerspring
mattress $10.00, 2 innerspring
mattresses $10,00 each, Ecua Ecuadorian
dorian Ecuadorian flower rug 5x6 $40.00.
63 33 -A. Madronel St. Los Rios.
W. T. O'Connor.
WANTED TO SELL: American
wants to sell full set of house house-hold
hold house-hold furniture, refrigerator,
atove, etc. Call Panama 3-5087.
FOR SELL: Leaving country,
one mahogany bedroom sot and
one mahogany diningroom set,
almost new. Call Panama 3-
0222.
FOR SALE : Westhinghousc re refrigerator
frigerator refrigerator with freexer, garanteed
two years. Via Argentina, 75
Apto. 4.
NEW COMMANDER DUE
MANILA (UP) Adm. Herbert
arrive here Monday from Wash Washington
ington Washington to inspect U.S. Naval in installations
stallations installations in the Philippines, the
Navy announced today. Hopwood
replaces Adm. Maurice Curls as
Pacific Fleet commander.
Civic Council
Of Rainbow City
Installs Officers
In a very impressive installa installation
tion installation ceremony conducted by the
Rev. John A. Spalding and held at
tne Hainbow City studyt hall on
Tuesday, a well attended gather
ing including distinuished visi
tors from the Pacific side in the
persons of Cyril Atherley, Secy Secy-Treas.
Treas. Secy-Treas. Congress of Civil Councils,
ana trie Oakley, vice-president of
the Paraiso Civic council, saw,
the officers, delegates and alter
nates installed into office for the
1958 term-
Those installed were the follow following
ing following re-elected officers: Jefferson
Joseph, president, Dave E. White,
vice-president Holden Cockburn,
corr-secy., Rita Anderson, trea treasurer
surer treasurer and Owen (B. Shirley, re representative
presentative representative to the Governors
conference. Herman Graham will
be serving his first term as re recording
cording recording secretary.
Following the rites, interesting
reports were given by the re-elected
officers relative to the activi activities
ties activities which transpired during the
course the course of the past
year the audience showed great
interest by their spontaneous ap applauses.
plauses. applauses. Special mention is to be given
to the committee headed by Wil William
liam William Jump for successfully car carrying
rying carrying out a humane program to
aid a well known Rainbow City
Resident. A total of $130.82 was
contributed by residents of Rain
bow City.
The committee accompanied by
Father Spalding was excused
from the meeting to make the
presentation to this family on
their return to the meeting, the
chairman reported the expression
of profound gratitude that was vi
si He as the family thanked every
one who made this gift possible.
The Civic Council expressed its
apreciation to the cpmmunity.
A light refreshment was served
following the meeting.
USAF To Leave
Tokyo Airport,
Deactivate Forces
TOKYO, Jan, 18 (UP)-The U.S.
Air Force announced yesterday
it would abandon operations it
Tokyo's Haneda International Air Air-nort
nort Air-nort and leave it entirely to
M ,
commercial aviation, me move,
will take place nekt summer.
Military Air Transport Service
facilities at' Haneda will be moved;
i Mrs 1 1 4.1 IT" T1 .. .. I i
10 latcniKawa ah rurte ottei diiuj
wit a in : -11 I J I
5th Air Force units attached to
the transport service wi'l be
deactivated.
The announcement said the Air
Force, which had been using
Haneda since 1945, had spent
15 million dollars improving the
field.
JESSE REPORTS THEFT
RIDGEWOOD. N.J. (UP)- The
custodian of the Methodist Church
here Wednesday reported the theft,
of $75 from the church safe. The
custodian is Jesse James. 1

rriinnl Sna No. 11 a AGENC1A&

Real Estate
FOR SALE: Hills Cettafe at
Coronado Reach, two bedrooms,
"modern improvements, 2 power
plants and wtll on property.
Excellent view. Bargain." Call
25-3024.
FOR SALE: Lots with frontaoe
VIA BRASIL, airport, 4,500 per
75Q mts. corner $7.00 mts. 3 3-1114
1114 3-1114 PATTERSON.
FOR SALE : Only $544, down
payment, Montty $28, concrete
chalet, one bedroom 10th street
Rio Abajo PATTERSON 36 East
street No. 15 in front Hacienda.
3-1114.
FOR SALE: Bargain, lot in
Rio Abajo only $936. half of
price down. 312 mts. 3-1114
PATTERSON.
Lot. New Gorgona. 8500 so.
meters, near beach. Beautiful
view. Tel. 3-7790.
FOR SALE: Form In Cermeno.
bargain price. Tel. 2-3162 and
3-6040.
Lecturer Bowen
To Continue Series
On Unifarianism
To. students of history, as well
as to those interested in thedev thedev-elopment
elopment thedev-elopment of Unitarianism, a new
opportunity is offered to hear C.
Robert Bowen, of the Junior Col College
lege College faculty; guest speaker at the
Unitarian Society's service tomor
row at 10:30 a.m.
iBowen, popular educator in his
chosen field of history and the so
cial sciences is also much sough
after as a lecturer by various com community
munity community organizations. Tomorrow,
he will continue from last week his
interpretation of the second vol volume
ume volume of the unique and authorita authoritative
tive authoritative "History of Unitarianism,"
by Earl Morse Wilbur.
This, the only complete work on
the subject, is the end-result of
forty years of research and lab labour
our labour on Wilbur's part. Of the 11
languages with which he is con conversant,
versant, conversant, he learned seven during
this period to enable him to read
manuscripts in the original. He
spent years abroad, bringing to
light in several countries old docu documents
ments documents and material otherwise lost
to posterity; destroyed in the de depredations
predations depredations of the past two centu centuries;
ries; centuries; most recently in Hungary.
Anyone in the Rep. of Panama
or the Canal Zone who would like
to hear Bowen's address will be
welcomed at the Society's meet meeting
ing meeting house, 362 Ancon Boulevard,
Ancon.
Soviet Physicist
Back From US Says
Public Misinformed
LONDON, Jan. 18 ,(UP)-A top
Soviet physicist recently returned
from the United States praised
American scientists yesterday .but
said the American public was
"misinformed" about Soviet inten intentions,
tions, intentions, according to Moscow Radio.
The broadcast quoted Dmitri
ninirhintsnv who attended a Stan
ford University conference on de
termination of tne size oi nuciei,
as saying he and his fellow Soviet
scientists were received warmly,
treated hospitsWy and allowed to
trauai frcaiv in the United States.
For the most part, he said, their
rnnrtati favorably
aviiuiia r v -rv' w
by American newspapers.
But he said American newspa newspapers
pers newspapers presented Soviet sputnik
laurichings as enemy successes.
"We are well aware that this
talk about the aggressive intention
.of the U.S.S.K. ooes nw corres correspond
pond correspond to the peace-loving spirit of
tho onvist Tininn and are verv sor
ry that the American reader if
k.inn rrticinfnrmpH An SUfh an iffl-
portant question," Blokhmtsev saidi
Peruvian Town
Washed Away
By Freak Flood
CUZCO, Peru, Jan. 18 (UP)
A freak flood in Calca Province
washed away the Indian village of
Pachacc this week, drowning at
least 43 persons, it was reported
today.
A landslide in the area dammed
the Yanatile River Monday. When
the pressure of the rising waters
1 1 ..4- W ntiirnl rlnivi Aal-
waaueu imi uic uiuii v
1.. 4.L.- t.H..Jw J .r a m11 t ier
1v th follnwrrie riav. a wall of wa
ter rushing down the riverbed
swamped Pachacc.
The accident had no apparent
connection with the earthquake
which rocked the mountains of
southern Peru lednesday.
' BOGUS BIBLE CHECK
BALTIMORE. Md. (UP) Jo
seph Gilbert was under a three-
year sentence to tne Maryland
House of Correction today for
writing bogus checks, one of them
to purchase a bible.

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Memorial Coliseum Gives Dodgers OK

US Tar, Buried

It takes a long time for even an
airmail letter to reach Panama
from Operation Deep Freeze, in
Antarctica.
So James J. McDermott, a sea seaman
man seaman aboard the USNS John K.
Towle is somewhat late in asking
the aid of residents of Panama
and the Canal Zone in finding his
wallet and identification papers

Dag Returns From London;
Subject Of Talks Secret

NEW YORK, Jan. 18 (UP-Unit
ed iSations secretary General
Dag Hammarskjold returned to
day from a lightning visit to Lon
don.
He refused to confirm that the
purpose of the trip was to explore
Unush f oreign secretary seiwyn
Lloyd the possibility ot a new ap
Broach to disarmament.
Vvnen Hammarskjold left New
York Wednesday night he indicat
ed he planned io aiocuss duarrnu
ment and the Middle East situa
tion. On his arrival today he said
he had nothing to add.
He left London last night with
only one piece of hard news for
reporters: he does not plan a trip
to Moscow at this time.
It has been speculated that
Hammarskjold, it abie to again
a solid Western agreement on a
new approach to the arms dead deadlock
lock deadlock as a result of talks with
Lloyd, Secretary of State John
Foster Dulles and French For For-reign
reign For-reign Minister Christian 1'ineau,
might take the idea, directly to
Soviet leaders Nikita Khrushchev
and Nikolai Bulganin.
Signal Official
Maj. Gen. Lenzner
Here For Visit
Ma. Gen. Emll Lenzner, Dep Deputy
uty Deputy Chief Signal Officer, Depart Department
ment Department of the Army, was due to ar arrive
rive arrive in Panama today on the last
leg of a tour of Caribbean Sig Signal
nal Signal activities.
Accompanying Lenzner will be
fjol. Dayton W. Eddy, executive
Mficer, Office of the Chief Sig Signal
nal Signal Officer; Col. George Samp Samp-ion,
ion, Samp-ion, chief of Army Communica Communication
tion Communication Service Division. DA; Lt.
Col. Charles C. Roder of Signal
Personnel and Training Division,
DA; Maj, Francis J. Schecher,
procurement and Distribution
Division, DA, and Col. Merle -C.
Bowsky. USARCARIB Signal Of Officer.
ficer. Officer. Col. Bowsky flew to Havana,
Cuba, Tuesday morning to join
the party at their first stop.
included in the itinerary were
visits to the Vanguard site in
ftavana, a tour of Signal activi activities
ties activities at USARFANT In San Juan,
Puerto Rico and Panama.
Lenzner will remain in the Ca Canal
nal Canal Zone until Wednesday when
he and his party, with the ex exception
ception exception of Bowsky, will return to
Washington.
This weather report for the
24 hours ending 8 a.m. today,
Is prepared by the Meteorolo Meteorological
gical Meteorological and Hydrographle
Branch of the Panama Canal
Company:
Balboa Cristobal
TEMPERATURE:
High 90 84
Low ... 72 74
HUMIDITY:
High K 87
Lew 51 74
WIND:
(max. mph) N-16 NE -24
IAIN (inches) .07 .34
WATER TEMP:
(inner harbors) 77 81
SUNDAY, JAN. 19
High Low
3:16 a.m. 9:36 a.m.
3:51 p.m. 9:55 p.m.
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In Deep Freeze, Seeks Wallet Lost in RP

lost on Nov. 28. The ship transit
ed the Canal en route to the Ant Antarctic.
arctic. Antarctic. McDermott had no personal
friends on the Isthmus to whom
he could write back for help. But
he did have the name of Rex
Beck, constable of the Balboa
Magistrate's Qourt.
And for that, there was a spe
But there was not even an
authoritative indication that
Lloyd and Hammarskjold had
discussed disarmament.
Many believed that their talks,
described by the U.N. as "a ge-

views on U, N. afiairs", chiefly
concerned details of compensa-l1;
tion for stockholders in the uni-
yersal Suez Canal Company,, na-

uunauzeu Dy r-gypi wnen u toOK
over the canal last year.
London diplomatic sources sue-
gested that Lloyd pressed Ham Hammarskjold
marskjold Hammarskjold to support British
Prime Minister Harold Macmil Macmil-lan's
lan's Macmil-lan's plea por a conference of
Foreign Minister to tackle the
disarmement question.
Hammarskjold's only word on
the arms issue, uttered when he
arrived in London, was that a
prediction that the disarmement
deadlock could be broken would
be "crystal gazing". He was ex expected
pected expected to hold a news conference
here Tuesday when he was
certain to be questioned on dis disarmament
armament disarmament progress.
One idea bouncing about U. N.
corridors was that Hammarskjod
would seek to get Dulles and So Soviet
viet Soviet Foreign Minister Andre Gro Gro-myko
myko Gro-myko to attend a Security Council
meeting, possibly next month. He
then would seek to initiative pri private
vate private Dulles-Gromyko talks in the
off-limit confines of the Secretary Secretary-General's
General's Secretary-General's o-'fice.
US Supreme Court
Rules On Slafus
Of Overseas-Born
The U.S. Supreme Court h
ruled that a person born abroad
subsequent to Mav 24. 1934. of nnp
united states citizen parent and
previously denied citizenship by
reasons of failure to take up res residence
idence residence in the United States prior
io ms mm mrtnday, may retain
citizenship by comolvine with th
provisions of the Immigration and
Nationality Act of 1952.
The Supreme Court decision con confirms
firms confirms the interpretation of the Sol-
lcitor General that a person born
abroad of one United States citi
zen parent and one alien parent,
and who ceased to be a citizen
under the provisions of Soriinn
201 (g) and (h) of, the Nationality
Ati oi iw necause of failure to
go to the United States In rnm.
plete the necessary five years of
residence by his 21st birthday.
may retain citizenship by taking
up residence in the United States
in accordance with the provisions
oi me immigration and National!
ty Act ot 1952.
aecuon (o).301 of the ct of
1952 requires at least five years
continuous residence between 14
and 28 years of age.
Unless such residence commenc commences
es commences before the 23rd birthdav. the
required residence cannot be
completed by the age of 28 years,
and the nationality of the United
States will be lost.
Any person believing he has lost
ciaim io united States citizenship
by reason of failure to comply
with the provisions of Section 201
of the Nationality Act of 1940. it
invited to visit the Consular Sec
tion, American Embassy, Pana Panama,
ma, Panama, or the American Consulate in
Colon, in order that reconsidera
tion may be given his case.
Spain Reports
Effort To Revamp
Communist Party
MADRID, Spain, Jan. 18 (UP)-
ine Spanish government announc
ed today it has uncovered and
broken up "an attempt to rebu.lri
the communist party and its acti activities
vities activities in Spain".
An official announcement said
44 persons who "confessed to
obeying and carrying out the po
litical designs of Soviet, head headquarters,"
quarters," headquarters," were arrested.
The announcement was handed
to a hastily-assembled group of
top Spanish newspaper directors
and political experts bv Interior
Minister Camrlo Alonso Vega.
Cyprus Governor
Pleads For Calm
NICOSIA, Cyprus, Jan. 18 (UP)
Governor Sir Hugh Foot arrived
here early today from London.
where he conferred for 17 days
with British government officials
on the future of Cyprus.
Foot pleaded at the airport for
the current lull in terrorist activi-
ty to continue. He said that other otherwise
wise otherwise "the whole plan will be
wrecked".
The British government is ex expected
pected expected to make a statement on
the uture of Cyprus in the House
of Commons in London sometime
next week.

cial reason, as McDermott's let letter,
ter, letter, written at sea and dated Nov.
29, clearly sets forth. It read in
part:
"On Nov. 24, I was arrested
for intoxication and fined $10.

Well, after I loft court and re returned
turned returned to my ship I decided to do
some shopping in town before
the ship sailed. During the time
I was in town I visited a num number
ber number of shops, and sometime dur
ing those stops my wallet with
my identification card end sea seaman's'
man's' seaman's' papers was misplaced.
"I didn't have time to report
this because of my going on watch.
"There was nothing else in the
wallet but the two cards, and some
stamps. Those papers are very
important to me and I would great greatly
ly greatly appreciate if you would inquire
there and in Panama City.
"I won't be back in the States
for five months, so I'll have to
report-these papers as mising. For
the time being, I'll wait m the hope
r S(met0Ile might have turned
" ,0' ould ,dM;Ly I
"d'"e.d you d you would el h;'
ft" ZXfniZJ
i Arivn. ZCT
L.0?! ,:can ,he!p
man who lost his wallet while hav
ing a last fling in Panama, be
fore being put "on ice" for months
has been asked to communicate
with Beck at the Balboa Court, te telephone
lephone telephone Balboa 2821.
McDermott's address is USNS
John R. Towle, c-o Fleet Postmas Postmaster,
ter, Postmaster, (FAK 240) New York City.
Arguments Ended
In Admiralty Suit
Against PanCanal
Arguments were concluded yes
terday afternoon In the $185,000
admiralty suit against the Pana
ma Canal Company by the own owners
ers owners of the freighter Aurora Bo-
reaiis and the owners of her car
go of coal.
The trial took all day Tuesday
and Wednesday, was recessed on
Thursday and resumed after
midday yesterday.
The respondent Panama Canal
Company moved yesterday to in?
troduce in evidence the conclu
sions of the board of investiga investigation
tion investigation which probed the two acci
dents suffered by the shin In the
Canal on July 20, 1951.
The company is being repre represented
sented represented by attorneys David Mark Mark-un
un Mark-un and Thomas Daly.
Libelants' attorneys. Charles
E. Ramirez and Woodrow de Cas Castro,
tro, Castro, argued against the admis admission
sion admission of the findings of the board.
Judge Guthrie F. Crowe took
the matter under advisement.
After this point is settled, both
libellants and respondents will
file briefs.
It will be some time before the
case will be ready for submission
to the Judge for decision.
capt. Elmer F. Abbott, assist assistant
ant assistant Port Captain of Balboa, who
had been called among the re
spondents' three witnesses, was
not put on tne stand.
In court he served as con consultant
sultant consultant to the Canal attorneys
US Files Protest
On Indonesian Plan
To Block Sea Lanes
WASHINGTON. Jan. 18 (UP)
The United States has protested
an Indonesian declaration ex
tending its territorial rights to
tne 12-miie limit. Tne state De
Dartment calls it an "unaccent
able appropriation of the high
seas.
The Indonesian move threat
ens to block sea lanes Important
to nations In the Southeast Asia
Treaty Organization. Indonesia
is not a member of the defense
group.
State Department spokesman
Lincoln White said yesterday the
United States informed the In
donesian government that it
would "view with grave concern"
any action to put the declaration
into effect.
The protest said such action
would "involve serious conflicts
with, the principle of the free freedom
dom freedom of the seas.
The VS. protest was filed with
Indonesia on Dec. 31. White said
the State Department waited
more than two weeks to make It
public because it was waiting for
a reply from Indonesia. None
was forthcoming.
Patrice Munsel's
Jewelry, Valuables
Stolen From Car
NEW YORK, Jan. 18 (UP) -While
soprano Patrice Munsel was
singing tfte part of a poverty
stricken girl in a Metropolitan
Opera performance last night, she
was robbed of $10,000 worth of
jewelry and other valuables.
Police said Miss Munsel's auto
mobile was looted. Stolen articles
included her diamond engagement
ring, a collection of jade Tibetan
symbols, a "rare collection of
Coptic' crosses," her mother's er
mine coat and a record player.
Miss Munsel, who was playing
the part of a Parisienne in the
opera "La Boheme," had planned
to drive to her Long Island home
after the performance. She left
the limousine in charge of her
chauffeur, who locked the car and
went to a nearby restaurant to
eat.

Khrushchev
Visits Poland
On Vacation7

MOSCOW, Jan. 18 (UP)-Nikita
S. Khrushchev paid a secret three three-day
day three-day visit to Poland during a "va "vacation"
cation" "vacation" this week and conferred
with Polish party and government
leaders, it was announced yester yesterday.
day. yesterday. it w th Soviet rtv phinfs
first visit to the country since
the October, 1956, upheaval which
ingtaHed wiadyslaw Gomulka in
power in Warsaw as Polish party
leader. Formal communiques were
- .

voservers saia n was imeiy mat
,se-!Russia now was willing to in

crease economic aid to Poland,
particularly since Poland now has
formally endorsed the view that
Russia is head of tin Communist
bloc.
Tass news agency dispatch said
Khrushchev took advantae of a
vacation trip to the border to see
Gomulka and Polish 'Premier Jo
sef Cyrankiewicz. Exact site of
their meeting was not disclosed.
Tass said the talks were conduc conducted
ted conducted in a "cordial and friendly at
mosphere.
Sources said Khrushchev was
due back at the Kremlin next
Monday.
(In Warsaw, there was no an
nouncement of the talks. It was
believed the meetings took place
ui a luitti ci ucu uuv uuviri
border.)
The meetings apparently were a
follow-up to the conference of the
Communist parties of 12 nations
in Moscow last November during
the celebration of the 40th anni
versary of the Bolshevik revolu revolution.
tion. revolution. Sukarno Arrives
In Yugoslavia,
Visits With Tito
BELGRADE, Yugoslavia, Jan.
18 (UP) President Sukarno of
Indonesia arrived today for a
two-day "private visit." He was
greeted at the airport by Presid President
ent President Tito.
Sukarno left Jakarta early this
month for what was officially an announced
nounced announced as a rest abroad. He
since has visited India and Egypt.
The Indonesian and his party
came here by plane from Cairo
where he conferred with Egyptian
Fresidente Gamai Abdel Nasser.
Tito greeted Sukarno as he
stepped from his plane. After a
massed band played the national
anthems of Yugoslavia and Indo Indonesia,
nesia, Indonesia, the two inspected a guard
of honor formed by Tito's
personal guard..
Sukarno and Tito drove through
the streets of Belgrade and were
welcomed warmly by spectators.
It was expected Tito would dis discuss
cuss discuss the international situation
and relations between Yugoslavia
and Indonesia with Sukarno,
Pineau Ends Talks
With Selwyn Lloyd,
Returns To France
LONDON, Jan. 1 (UP)
rxencn roreign Minister Chris Christian
tian Christian Pineau completed a round
of policy talks with Foreign Sec Secretary
retary Secretary Selwyn Lloyd today and
scneauiea nis return to Paris in
the afternoon.
Pineau. who arrived yesterday
afternoon, conferred with Lloyd
on a wide range of Anglo-French
ana international problems.
Nothing was said officially on
their discussions which were held
in the privacy of Chequers, Prime
Minister Harold Macmillan's of
ficial country residence.
The topics were understood to
have included the issue of a
summit conference, the disarma disarmament
ment disarmament deadlock, North Africa and
the British plan for a tariff-free
trade area as well as France's
counter-plan.

Danish Police Probe Charges
Strategic Goods To Reds

COPENHAGEN. Jan. 18 (UP)
Danish police and custom au authorities
thorities authorities are investigating alleg alleged
ed alleged illegal transit exports of stra strategic
tegic strategic materials to Communist
countries, it was reported today.
The police said they are acting
on a Swedish request, but refus refused
ed refused to give any details of the sus suspected
pected suspected transactions.
The afternoon newspaper B.T.
however reported that "informed
sources" said the Illegal trade
was of considerable dimensions
More than seven million dollars
worth of strategic materials, in
eluding copper and nickel, were
said to have reached East bloc

New Federation

Weaff)
Sy J. M. SPEY
former News Editor of the
"Trinidad Guardian"
The emergence early next year
of the scattered islands of the
British West Indies as a Federa Federation
tion Federation will not mean and end to
United Kingdom assistance.
Until the West Indies attain in
dependence within the common
wealth, they will go on receiving
a share of whatever funds the
United Kingdom may be able to
make available for development
and welfare in the colonies.
There is no resentment against
the desire of the West Indies
to exchange the leading reins of
1 colonial status oft ies of equality
and friendship. It is part of the
process of growth of a new Com
monwealth which has been going
on for many years and has been
foreseen for many more
It is in the interests of the
United Kingdom, as well as of
the West Indies, that the islands
should seek, by co-operating, to
create a federation which will e
ventually be self-supporting and
self-reliant. Several oi tne smat
ler islands have for years been
Little League
5 Boys, 5 Girls
Ten babies were born at Coco
Solo Hosnital during the week
ending at midnight Wednesday,
according to the regular nospuai
report. During that period 73 pa patients
tients patients were admitted and 77 were
discharged.
fables were born to the fol following
lowing following American citizens: Mr.
and Mrsi. Victor McGarry, of Ga Ga-tun.
tun. Ga-tun. son: SP-3 and Mrs'. James
Mitchell, of Coco Solito, daugh
ter; Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Frazier,
of Gatun. daughter; SFC and
Mrs. Eugene Ulickeyk. of Coco
Solito, daughter.
Babies were born to the fol
lowing oarents of Panamanian
nationality; Mr. and Mrs. Cecil
Robinson, of Colon, son: Mr. and
Mrs. Adolnhus Harris, of Colon,
daughter; Mr. and Mrs. Francis
Bethune, of Colon, son; Mr. and
Mrs. Evaristo Manuel, or Rain Rainbow
bow Rainbow City, son; Mr. and Mrs. John
Redwav. of Colon, daughter: and
Mr. and Mrs. Theophilus Givans,
of Rainbow City, son.
Now He Has To Pay
Household Expenses
Out Of His Pocket
f TAIPEI, Jan 18 (UP)- Natlo-
aust China's impeacnea premier
O.K. Yui reported to the Govern Government's
ment's Government's watchdog agency today he
has stopped paying his private
bills with Government money.
Yui made the statements hi a
10,000 word reply to his impeach impeachment
ment impeachment by the agency, known as the
control Yuan.
Youo, 49, was impeached three
weeks ago for violation of law
neglect of duty, failure to end
Government waste and personal!
corruption. He also was charged
with paying his family's fuel, food
and other household expenses
with money from the Govern Government's
ment's Government's Central Bank, of which he
is governor general.
Yui's impeachment, first of a
premier in modern Chinese histo history,
ry, history, has been referred to the Judi Judicial
cial Judicial Yuan's Committee on Disci Discipline
pline Discipline of Public JJuictionaries. The
Committee will investigate and
decide punishment, if any.
Rojas Pinilla Said
Buying New Home
In Canary Islands
LAS p ALMAS, Canary Islands,
Jan. 18 (UP) Former Colombian
President Gen. Gustavo Rojas Pi Pinilla
nilla Pinilla has bought a house here
and will definitely make this is island
land island capital his home, well in informed
formed informed sources said today.
Rojas Pinilla's house, for which
he paid 700,000 pesetas ($14,000),
is located in the elegant "Cludad
Jardin" residential district.
The eources said the ex-dictator
would move into the new
house as soon as extensive alter alterations
ations alterations and repairs have been
completed.
nations.
The papers said the first ar arrests
rests arrests in the case were made In
the Swedish port of Gothenburg
a couple of days ago when two
businessmen were arrested.
Part of the embargoed ship shipments
ments shipments were sent via Denmark on
trucks and by railroad, while
others came on ships destined
for buyers in Sweden, the report
said.
The ships were redirected to
receivers in communist nations
by radio """flg'T. it added.
The paper said that German
police and custom authorities al

so assisted in the investigation.

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science and art faculties and can extend degrees from London University.

in receipt of grants-m-aid from
the U.K. hsoause they could not
meet their administrative expens
es.
For the first ten years of the
federal system, the United King
dom Government has undertaken
to make a block grant to the fe fe-to
to fe-to make grants to the enable it to
tamke grants to the weaker mem
bers of the association.
NO ABRUPT BREAK
Seeting up a Federal Capital
will be an expensive business. At
first the new government will have
trouble enough to raise the cost
of running its administration.with administration.with-out
out administration.with-out being saddled with too heavy
a burden for caoital outlav. So
in accepting the decision of the
ten unit governments to federate.
the United Kingdom has agreed
to make a grant of up to 1,000 1,000-000
000 1,000-000 pounds $2,800,000 to help.
ihe federation has a promise
from the United Kingdom that
there will be no abrupt break
in the large supplies of funds
which have been flowing into the
West Indies to help to combat the
area's economic problems.
Since 1946 the Caribbean region.
including the mainland territories
as well as the islands, has been
given more per head of popula
tion than any other colonial re
gion for which the United King
dom is responsible. Between 1946
and 1956 grants in aid of ad
ministration, and grants for spe
cial purposes such as hurricane
relief, amounted to nearly 8,500, 8,500,-000
000 8,500,-000 ponds; and assistance made
available or promised for the pe
riod 1946-60 under the Colonial De Development
velopment Development and Welfare Acts, a-
mounts to some 37,500,000 pounds.
If is estimated that about 14,000, 14,000,-000
000 14,000,-000 pounds of that total remained
to be spent in April 1957.
PRIVATI INVESTMENT
Other aid to the West Indies
has been furnished by the United
Deportee Who Lives
On Madden Road
Absolved Of Charge
A Panamanian defendant charg charged
ed charged with returning to the Canal
Zone after deportation was dis discharged
charged discharged in Balboa Magistrate's
Court yesterday after Judge John
E. Deming said he did not find
probable cause.
Arthur T. Fields, the 25-year-old
defendant, lives an the Madden
Road Corridor along which he is
entitled to proceed by vehicle.
He was arrested after evidence
was given that Fields had been
deported from the Canal Zone
term in the Gamboa penitentiary
for burglary.
A woman' resident of the area
reported to Canal Zone police that
Fields was using objectionable
language in the presence of chil children.
dren. children. Police picked him up on foot
within the corridor on Jan. 4.
After taking the case under ad advisement,
visement, advisement, Deming discharged the
defendant
French Chief Gels
Senate To Pass
Algerian Measure
PARIS, Jan. 18 (UP) Premier
Felix Gaillard pushed his plan to
give new political freedom to Al Algeria
geria Algeria through a rugged near near-dawn
dawn near-dawn session of the French Sen Senate
ate Senate today. But his amended ver version
sion version must return to the National
Assembly for more -debate.
The Senate passed Gaillard's
Algerian home rule by 163 votes
to 129 at 5:30 a.m. after a mara marathon
thon marathon session that began at 3 p.m.
yesterday.
Fifteen minutes later the sen senators
ators senators adopted by 157 votes to 13?
the Assembly-passed version of
an accompanying electoral law.
It would make it harder for the
pOlifcicallyTConscious French to
unseat their premiers. They have
had 24 governments since World

War II.

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To Bring
Kindgom Colonial Development
Corporation. It has embarked on
schemes in the Caribbean area
to a value of over 7,600,000. pounds.
In the same period, through fa facilities
cilities facilities made available on the
London market, the Caribbean ter
ritories have raised 25,000,000 lbs.
itl loans, anri nrivte invoctnre hmis
made a susbtantial contribution to
the economy of the region. In the
three years 1954-56 nearly half
of all private investment 26,
000,000 pounds out of 57,000,000
pounds was provided from the
United Kingdom.
Any sudden disruption of these
various forms of direct support
would be fatal to the yountt te-
deration. So, although the United
Kingdom could find innumerable
other uses for the funds involv involved,
ed, involved, assurances have been given
that for some years at least the
West Indies can count upon an
unchanged financial policy to towards
wards towards them.
After all, a stable Federation
December Contracts
Awarded Locally By
U.S. Army Engineer
The U.S. Army Caribbean Engi Engineer
neer Engineer announced that contracts to totalling
talling totalling $159,170 were awarded to
local contractors during the latter
part of December.
Two contracts totalling $36,947
went to Tropical Paint Company
for the interior painting of 58 quar quarters
ters quarters units in Curundu and 25 quar quarters
ters quarters units in Curundu Height?. An Anthony
thony Anthony Leggiere als owere awarded
two contracts totalling $67,248 for
interior painting of 83 family units
in Fort Kobbe, 17 in Fort Davis
and 68 in Fort Gulick.
Isthmian Constructors, Inc., were
awarded two contracts m the
mount of $19,036 for re-roofing and
modifications to the post exchange
warehouse, Corozal, and for in
stallation of maids' rooms, baths
and concrete slabs in four Fort
Amador buildings. Industrias Uni Uni-das
das Uni-das is to paint the interior of 15
quarters units in Fort Amador for
$4989.
A contract in the amount of $16, $16,-575
575 $16,-575 went to Aire Frio, S.A., for in installation
stallation installation ofVadditional air condi conditioning
tioning conditioning in Building 88, Quarry
Heights, and Dillon and Hickman
Construction Company is to con construct
struct construct stairs in Building 81 at that
post for $5800.
Servieio Brouwer was awarded a
contract in the amount of $8575 for
recoating and painting roofs of
temporary buildings at Fort Gulick
and Gulick Heights.
All work under these contracts is
to be accomplished within the next
10 months.
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Eventual
It has medical,
The West Indies
J?,T0I?'S NOTE: The Island,
of the British West Indies, with
which many Isthmians have close
. ..... niuiiin isinw m a fed-
eration. To mark thi imnnrt.d
?,p twrds self-government,
j we,l will run a series of
"" on the past, present and
1 ,,ur of the islands and the
federation.
working towards prosperity is
of far greater long-tarm value
to the United Kingdom and the
Commonwealth 4d to the West
Indies' neighbours than any sav
ing that would be made by cut cut-tmg
tmg cut-tmg off aid, like an outraged
parent stopping an adolescent's
pocket money.
HPI P Eng iunii.,..
. wv inivsi rues
Mtfre importanVto the West
Indies, for the future, than con continued
tinued continued financial assitance are the
measures adopted by the United
Kingdom to help in selling the
mam products of the region at a
tair price. The Commonwealth
Sugar Agreement is the basis for
stability and prosperity in the
sugar industry, the largest branch
of agriculture in the region. Subs Substantial
tantial Substantial U. K. guarantees provide
the backing for price support in
the two next most important agri agricultural
cultural agricultural industries bananas and
citrus products.
So, while it would be foolish to
imagine that Federation will at
once bring wealth to the islands.
rfKnii It..,. X T A. J1 ..
kj ve ai leasi ine consolation
of knowing that their choice of
a new political path will not in
vplve heavy financial sacrifices;
and greater political unity can
hardly fail to facilitate the region regional
al regional planning which will in the long long-term
term long-term strengthen the economy of
the Federation.
Man Held For Trial
In Copper Theft
From France Field
An unemployed Panamanian who
tried to bring a load of copper roof roofing
ing roofing out of France Field by chiva
faced the Cristobal Magistrate yes yesterday
terday yesterday on a charge of burglary.
Baudilio Rios, 22, was picked
up and arrested on Randolph Road
when he was caught loading the
stripped copper roofing onto a chi chiva.
va. chiva. He is charged with entering
building 233 in France Fit Id)
which is abarracks buildings, ana
taking some the copper roofing.
Acting Cristobal Magistrate
Charles Garcia set bail of $040 in
the case after he bound the case
over for trial in U.S. District Court,
PRICES: .75 .40
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