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Title:
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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NEW YORK-$21.3o
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Mama American
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PANAMA, R. P., SATURDAY, JANUARY 25, 1951
FIVE CENTS

Fuchs Plows Through Drifts,
Gains 35 Miles In First Day

MCMURDO, Antarctica,
reported by radio today he
South Pole to Scott Base.

Fuchs said the temperature was 20 degrees below

mile-an-hour wind as drifting the snow.

He said the surface was
miles a day. He is using only

teams and sledges that he took on the first
Up to tonight the weather at McMurdo

Navy Neptunes to fly t? the.
Thp determined hand Of Brit
ich cvnlnrcri ut nut from
the U. S. base at the South Pole
yesterday in the teeth o a raging
snqwstorm on the final leg of the
epic trek: across tne trozen wastes
nf the Antarctic continent.
The blizzard already had cost
Dr. Vivian Fuchs and his 11-man
expedition a precious day on their
history-making journey. From now
on they will be racing the cruel
Antarctic winter.
Rut Fiirha pxnressed "full con
firfcnw" the exDeditfon would
reach its goal at Scott Base on
McMurdo sound oy marcn j.. ne
had announced earlier his de determination
termination determination to go on despite warn warnings
ings warnings from Sir Edmund Hillary and
other veterans of tne Antarctic
At Halfwav Point
The British expedition left
Shackleton Base on tne weaaeu
Sea on the other side of the conti continent
nent continent last Nov. 24. It reached the
U. S. South Pole hase, halfway

Canal Organization
Lists Twenty-Eight
Positions Available
Twenty-eight positions incltoft
teninttfor twofiregightersand
iRiEpBcemen. aft now available
with thetanal organizathm, ac according
cording according to the weekly" transfer transfer-vacancy
vacancy transfer-vacancy buaetift nfcujMAiy the
Personnel Bureau.
The list includes position avail available
able available for two commissary supervi supervisors
sors supervisors in the Commissary Branch
on both sides of the Isthmus, two
chauffeurs in the Motor Transpor Transportation
tation Transportation Division and two mainten maintenance
ance maintenance men in the Maintenance Di Division.
vision. Division. Other types of eroplyment list listed
ed listed on the bulletin are clerical,
'clerk-typist, postal distribution
clerk, dipper dredge engineer,
graduate personnel trainee, auto
repair machinist helper, marine
machinist, dipper dredge mate,
medical technician, pipe fitter,
supervisory sanitary engineer,
towing locomotive operators, pos postal
tal postal window clerk, and wireman.
Two West Point
Exam Boards
Established Here
Two West Point examinaitpn
boards have been established in
this command, Headquarter!, U.S.
Army Caribbean announced.
On March 12 to 15 a seven-man
board, headed by Col. Howard H.
Hasting of Hq., USARCARIB, will
conduct examinations for civilians
and Congressional appointees.
The latter board, headed by Col.
Louis D. Farnsworth Jr.. of Hq.,
USARCARIB, has been e&ablished
for the examination of military
personnel. Dates for the military
examinations have not been an announced.
nounced. announced. Those assigned to Ha s tings'
board are: Lt. Col. Axel G. Kihl Kihl-gren
gren Kihl-gren of Hq.,. USARCARIB, mem member;
ber; member; Maj. James E. Davis of Hq.
and Hq. Btry., 784th AAA Battal Battalion,
ion, Battalion, Fort Clayton, adniinistrative
officer; Maj. Ralph C. Singer of
Ha.. USARCARIB. medical officer:

Capt. Gilbert E. 'Lilly of U.S. Ar
my Medical Service, Fort uayton,
dental officer and Capt. David A.'
Strong of Hq. and Hq. Company,
1st Battle Group, 20th Infantry,
Fort Kobbe, physical education of officer.
ficer. officer. Detailed to the board for mili military
tary military appointees along with Farns-
v worth are: Lt. Col. George W. Car Carter
ter Carter Jr. of the Quartermaster Corps,
Corozal; Lt. Col. Gene R. Welch,
Major Harry C. Barnes, Maj. John
L. Dworak and Maj. Frederick M.
. Wells, all of Hq. USARCARIB.
Denmark Asks Aid
To Keep UN Force
COPENHAGEN, Jan. 25 (UP)
Denmark will ask the United
Nations for $150,000 toward the
support of danish members of the
U.N. Emergency Force in the
Middle East, Army sources said
yesterady.
They said the funds would cover
the difference between the cost
o" keeping the troops in Denmark
and stationing them in the Gaza
Strip.

Jan. 25 (UP)

had covered 33
milet in the
somewhat so

ft but he expects to step up his speed to 40

snow tractors,
still was too
South Pole to

get the dog teams.

point on the 2,500-mile trek, last
Sunday.
A bUnding snowstorm raged
when Fuchs mounted his snocat
vehicle and led his party from
the South Pole on the l,250-mil
drive to Scott Base.
Eighteen Americans wintering
at the South Pole bade Fuchs and
his companions Godspeed. The
Britons thanked the Americans for
their hospitality. The Dole
H
had meant an opportunity to si
in clean heated huts instead
tents; hot showers instead of cold
snow baths, and meals
tames
Most important, it meant they
were able to receive and send let letters
ters letters home.
Receive Awards
Rear Adm. George Dufek, jom jom-mander
mander jom-mander of the U. S. Navy Antarc Antarctic
tic Antarctic operation, presented Fuchs
with a Navy baseball-typo peaked
cap and two stiver stars as a me memento
mento memento of his visit to the pole.
The Britons are driving four sno snocat
cat snocat vehicles and a weasel, espec especially
ially especially constructed for the hazardous
conditions of the Antarctic.
The Fuchs party had Planned to
set out yesterday but was held up
by the bad weather. Weather con-
ditions are expected to deteriorate
with, he approach of winter. Temp
eratures which average around 5
Checks Being Held
At Embassy Of US
Checks andor letters are being
field at the Consular Section of the
American Embassy for a number
of persons whose Whereabouts are
at present unknown.
These documents are addressed
to Barker, Maria Luisa: Batista.
Manuel G.; Brown, Uriah;, Camp-
Den, Dims; oemocear Jeronimo
H.; Evelyn, Ivanhoe M.J Galvan
G., Luciano M.; Garcia T., Ga
briel; Gordon, James A.; Israel,
Bernal; Nunez, Mariano D.: Mar
tinez, Juu A.; Roberts, Arthur
E.; Seise Esperanza; Therwood,
Henry W.; Thomas, Leonard; Val-
derrama M., Alfredo; Villarreal,
Federico; Wega, Dora E., and
Worrell, Charles.
These persons Are requested to
visit the Embassy, bringing the
adequate identification, to accept
delivery of the items being held.
If anyone has information con concerning
cerning concerning the present whereabouts of
the persons named, it will be ap appreciated
preciated appreciated if they will inform the
Consular Section of the Embassy.
Ship TahiriarT Due
To Arrive Feb. 6
The French Line nassencer shin
Tahitian is due to arrive in Zone
waiters on reo. o.
mne local passeneers are
aboards the vessel, which is carry
ing 300 cruise people.
The 20,000 gross-ton shin has
just completed a trip to Tahiti.
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COL. CHARLES O. BRUCE, Canal Zone Health Director, 'center, with Charles H. Bath, former
Canal Zone Sanitary Inspector, left, and M. T. Bailey, acting chief of the Sanitation Division,
are shown with three of the new aluminum mosquito control boats which will be used In the
shallow lakes and rivers near the Canal Zone communities. Bath takes special pride In the
U.S. Bathanus, which was named after a mosquito he discovered and which in turn is named
after him.

British Expedition leader Or. Vivian Fuche

first day of hit trek from th
zero (F.) and a brisk, 20-

having left at the South Pole the two dog
half of his trans-Antarctic trek.

poor to permit two U. S.
degrees below zero are expected
to drop to 40 below before Fuchs
target date for the arrival at Scott
Base.
xne nrst nan of the trek was
across wastes never before trod by
man. On the second half, the Brit
ons will lollow a route blazed hv
Hillary on his dash to the pole a
rew weens ago
Federal Pay Raise
Issue Said Headed
Toward long Fight
The Federal pay raise issue
seems headed for another fight
wnicn coum be long and bitter,"
according to one expert Wash Washington
ington Washington observer of the labor
scene.
In a recent column in tne Wash Washington
ington Washington Post, Jerry Kluttz com commenting
menting commenting on the pay raise said:
mis time were are signs on
both sides of a willingness to
compromise.
The fight, Khitts contends, ts
foreshadowed :y the action of the
Democratic Policy Committee in
clearing for, Senate action next
week bills to boost the salaries of
th 1.5 million classified and
tal employes in excess at
amounts proposed earlier
(lent. ,-JtiKM
f (The bill passed by the State
calls for an average 7-1-2 percent
increase for classified grades
from GS-l through GS-12, and for
an average 0 percent increase for
ratings above G&-12. About the
same percentage would apply for
postal workers.)
Extra Railroad Cars
To Bring Passengers
To Graham Crusade
Transportation for some 1,300
passengers will be made available
by the Panama Railroad from Co Colon
lon Colon to Panama on the nights of
Feb. 7 and 8 for the convenience
of those Atlantic side residents
who will attend the Billy Graham
Panama Crusade in the National
Stadium.
Two sections will be added to the
regular train leaving Colon at 5:10
p.m. The first section, navmg sets
available for 400 first class ann eoo
second class passengers, will leave
Colon at 5:10 p.m. arriving in Pan Panama
ama Panama at 6:35 p.m. The second sec section,
tion, section, with 900 second class seats,
will leave Colon at 5:40 p.m. and
arrive at the Panama station at
7 p.m.
Return transportation from Pan Panama
ama Panama to Colon will be available for
the same number of passengers on
two sections of the regular mgbt
train. The first section will leave
Panama station at 10:10 p.m. and
the sepond section at 10:40 for Colon.

Launches Vigorous CZ Campaign Against. Anopheles

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FRONT RUNNER AND THE PRESIDENT Ohio pro Bob
Watson (left), receives the congratulations of president Er Ernesto
nesto Ernesto de la Guardla, Jr. Watson shot a 66 in the Panama
Open yesterday to give him a one stroke margin ove.- Porky
Oliver and Art Wan. At the end of 36 holes, Watson headed
the pack with 134 score. President Ernestlto yesterday was
still in the running among the amateurs with a 163.

Balboa To Wellcome Carnival Queen
For Monday s Flag-Raising Ceremony

A royal welcome will be given
the official eueett of the Panama
Carnival and the queen of the
when they arrive in
At 4:30
carm-
front of
the Balboa Elementary School.
The royal visitors, who will be
accompanied by Gustavo Trius,
president of the Panama Carni Carnival
val Carnival Junta, their courts and their
murgas, will be met at the border
by a contingent of Canal Zone
Police who will escort the motor
procession through Balboa and
down the Prado.T
At the circle, the qeens and their
courts will be greeted by Gov. W.
E. Potter, military and civilian of
ficials and other residents of the
Canal Zone who will assist in. sett
ing the 1958 carnival season off to
a lively start.
Also to be present at BaJboa to
welcome Panama visitors will be
Miss Loreta Hirschfield and Gus
Rusodimos of Cristobal High
School, and Miss Lucahti
Burrillo and Orlando Nunez, of
Balboa High School, all dressed in
the Panamanian national cos
tume.
The queen of the Balboa Arm
ed Services YMCA, who is to be
elected this week-end, also-will be
a member of the Canal Zone de
le eat ion.
Preceding the arrival of the
queens and for their entertain entertainment
ment entertainment during the ceremony, music
will' be played by a Balboa con con-junto
junto con-junto consisting of Victor Herr,
Chipy Azcarraga, Victor Ameglio,
and Don Randel playing the or organ.
gan. organ. Following the flag raising cere ceremony
mony ceremony in Balboa, the Carnival de delegations
legations delegations will go to the Tivoli
Guest House where the queen of
the Panama Carnival will raise
the flag in the Tivoli patio where
it will fly throughout the Carnival
season.

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val flag in the circle in

The general public has been
cordially invited to join in the of-

iiciai flag raising ceremony 144
HaiDoa, and it has beep pointed
out that this will be excellent
opportunity for earners m
asts to obtain pictures.
Colon Plans First
Official Carnival
In Several Years
For the first time in overfive
years the city of Colon is prepar preparing
ing preparing to have an official carnival.
The newly appointed "Carnival
Junta has advanced plans to
make this carnival, February 15
18, an elaborate affair. Eight
young ladies of the city have
begun their campaign to be vot voted
ed voted queen of the festivities. After
the first count count, Miss Cecilia
Almengor is leading the group
with Aurora Corsen in second
place. The other candidates in
clude Cecilia Cruz, Cecilia Lanu-
za, Aparo Quintero, Carmen To
rres, Teresita Quires and Marit Marit-za
za Marit-za GregOtre.
A festive parade took place be
fore and after the count of votes
last Wednesday in the "Fifth of
November" Park on Seventh and
Amador Guerrero Avenue. Second
count will he held tomorrow night
at 8:30 in the same place. All
candidates will be present and the
public is cordially invited to the
count of votes.
Sunday will be In allcarniv-al
day, as there will be parades of
combos, groups, ana vehicles
beginning at 2:0 p.m. in the
Washington Area. Prior to the
vote-counting, all candidates will
he accompanies? by their respect
ive "comparasas" fitim home to
the "5th of Nov." Park.
The Canal Zone mosquito fleet
will sail again. In fact it will
start operation this coming week week-just
just week-just as soon as the four aluminum
shallow draft boats, purchased
recently by the Sanitation Divi Division,
sion, Division, can be placed in the slug sluggish
gish sluggish mosquito breeding waters
near Pedro Miguel, Gatun, and
Gamboa.
Aptly named the pests which
they will be used to control, the
four boats were christened recent recently7
ly7 recently7 in a simple ceremony attended
by Col. Charles O. Bruce, health
director; Charles H. Bath, form former
er former Canal Zone sanitary inspector:
M. F. Bailey, acting chief of the
Sanitation division; Richard Wil Williams,
liams, Williams, sanitation inspector in An An-con;
con; An-con; and several other members
of the Division of Sanitation.
Bath, who retired from active
service in 1942, was the guest of
honor since one of the vessels was
named after a mosquito discover discovered
ed discovered by him and later named for
him.
The Bathanus mosquito, ss a
member of the malaria-bearing
anopheles family, is a potential
malaria carrier, says Bath,
although so far as he knows, noth
ing definite has ever been pinned
on ifa. ,-.,,.,,,,,..
The other boats in the fleet are
named the Albinanus, s definite
malaria carrier, the Mansonia,
and Culex, two of the hard biting

Egypt, Syria

Single State
Program Set
CAIRO, Jan. 25 (UP) Egypt
and Syria today completed meas measures
ures measures necessary prior to the formal
proclamation of their federation
into a single state, expected next
wek. r
Syrian Premier Sabri Assali an announced
nounced announced that his cabinet had adopt adopted
ed adopted all executive steps preparatory
to establishment of a Syro-Egyp-tlan
Federal Union.
The next move will be Syrian
Preside Shukri II Kuwatly's
arrival in Cairo in the next few
days for joint action with Egyp Egyptian
tian Egyptian President Gamal Abdtl Nas Nasser
ser Nasser proclaiming the creation ef a
unified, neutralist state ef 30 mil
lien people.
The proclamation would coincide
with the Bagdad Pact meeting in
Ankara, Turkey, which was called
to tighten the pro-western front in
the Middle East.
Syria was reported especially
anxious to speed the federation, to
bolster its position in the event any
of the Bagdad Pact powers con
template any action against it.
M e a n w h 1 1 e, the "neutralist"
Egyptian-Syrian axis laid plans
today for a crucial political bat battle
tle battle next week with the Moslem
Baghdad Pwttc nation for th bal bal-anoe
anoe bal-anoe of power in the Middle
East
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viet arms and aieted by Russian
proposals for a missile-free "zone
of peace," are expected to an announce
nounce announce their merger in a "Inder "Inderal,
al, "Inderal, union" at height; of the An Ankara
kara Ankara meeting of the Baghdad
Pact,
Cairo Radio has attacked the
Baghdad Pact meetine as "lm
perialistic." Syrian chief of staff,
lien. Aftf Bizri, declared in Da
mascus the meeting was aimed at
preventing the Syro-Egyptian fed
eral union.
"We should lose no time ful
filling our unity plans." he said
"Any delay .in these plans would
afford imperialism an opportunity
10 destroy Syria and Egypt one
after the other."
Informed Arab sources attrib attributed
uted attributed the Syro-Egyptian unification
plans directly to the Eisenhower
Doctrine which lias isolated the
two neutralist countries from the
rest of the Arab world.
The sources said Syria has
found itself surrounded by the
"unfriendly governments" of Tur
key, Iraq, Jordan and Lebanon
and is seeking the closest possi-
oie aiuance witn Egypt as a mat
ter of life or death.
The sources said the federal
union would nelp Egypt and Syria
break this isolation ring and
harden the neutralist core of the
Arab world. Thev would t
helped in this bv Moscow's rail
ior a -zone of peace" designed to
uupresa uncommitted Arab
states.
Setting un of a federal union
would place Egypt and Syria in
stronger position on the southern
border of Turkey and Iraq. So Soviet
viet Soviet forces already are noised
along the northern frontiers.
pest mosquitoes. One of the craft
will operate near Gatun, two near
Gamboa in the Chagres and the
fourth near Pedro Miguel. AU are
equipped with outboard motors.
Part of. the equipment ordered
by the Health Bureau to comoat
the mosauito menace, the mosqui
to boats will be manned by Divi Division
sion Division of Sanitation men who will
take frequent tests of the still
waters in the shallow lakes near
Pedro Miguel and Gatun and
along the. edges of the Chagres
River near Gamboa. The boats
will also be used for the apliica-
tion of insecticides.
The operation on the 4 alumin aluminum
um aluminum boats is part of an all-out ma malaria
laria malaria prevention program initiat initiated
ed initiated in the Canal Zone in August,
1957. In addition to testing and oil
ing stagnant or still waters near
populated areas, the program
includes aerial spraying of mos
quito breeding areas and more
frequent fogging in towns.
For some time, work froces in
the Zone have been oiling and
spreading insecticides over small
areas known to be mosquito
breeding sites, and work has been
started on the reestablishment of
all drainage basins in the Atlan
tic side lowlands area where some
of the runoffs in the basin net
work have become clogged be
cause of improperly sued and

placed culverts.-

Vengeful Mobs
Swarm Caracas
Bent On Loot

CARACAS, Venezuela, Jan. 25 (UP) Tanks and
troops encircled the presidential palace here today.

guarding it against possible attack by vengeful mobs

swarming in the streets of

An unusually heavy military guard took station out

side the palace at 10 p.m. yesterday. A government

spokesman said the presidential residence was beir

tected against the looters
sacked the) private home of
Perer Iimner
The home ot ben. Luis

high office under Perez, and a hotel and night club fre frequented
quented frequented by supporters of the ousted regime were wrecked
or burned by the mobs.

Authorities here expressed con concern,
cern, concern, over the fate of some foreign
residents notably tne Italians wno
indJsed Perez' December drive
fo'reelection."
There has been no sign so far
any threat to the 40,000 Amir-,
n whs live In Vnu !.
houiwert list nffi that Cnis. tit
ferto Casanova and Abel Romero
filiate, who were forced yesterday
fp resign from the predominantly predominantly-military
military predominantly-military junta that now rules Ven Ven-eiuela,
eiuela, Ven-eiuela, left by air late in) the day
for the Dutch Caribbean island of
Curazao.
Refugees returning from Colom Colombia
bia Colombia had demanded the resignation
of Casanova and Romero, on the
ground that they played a leading
part in crushing the New Year's
revolt at Maracay Airbase.
Ousted Argentine ex-President
Juan D. Peron remained holed up
in the Dominican Embassy. He
refused to talk with newsmen,
but It was assumed he was seek,
ing safe-conduct for flight to the
Dominican Republic.
Americao Barrios, Peron's press
agent, said he and John W. Cooke,
another orominent Argentine refu
gee, were allowed to visit Peron in
the Embassy last night Barrios
declined comment on Peron's
plans.
He did say, however, that the
deposed Argentine dictator had
remained in his home here until he
went to the Embassy. He denied
reports that Peron had attempted
to flee the country.
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reuort on marine traffic controls fot the Panama Canal.

Standing are J. H. Sturges. representative of the Glbbs and
Hill Company, left, and Col. Robert D. Brown, Jr, Engineering
and Construction Bureau Director.

Palace

this strife-torn capital.
and vandals who yest
ousted ex-President
r. Llovera Paez, who-
Mother Loses Six
Children In Fife
CHICAGO (tJP)-A panie-StrieV
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is ighter trou'. as ipper
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learned today that all six of :h
cnuaren prooamy pensneo m ew
blaze.
At least three children were
known dead in the- explosion and
fire that gutted the overcrowded
tenement Thursday. Five other
children were listed as missing
and presumed dead.
Chief Fire Marshal Raymond J.
Dailey said as many as 12 to 15.1
persons may have died in the
blaze.
The bodies of two children were
recovered from the rubble. Thurs Thursday
day Thursday night by firemen searching
the debris. Authorities saiL.they
apparently were two of OH
children of Mr. and Mrs.
Wilkins. j
The Wilkins' 11-montt-old
daughter, Paula, was the only
victim identified thus fsr.
Paula was killed when net!
mother dropped her from an up upper
per upper window in hopes a bystand bystander
er bystander would catch the child. The
baby, however, plummeted to Wli
death on the sidewalk.
About 20 other children were)
dropped from windows of the
flaming five-story structure to
spectators below who caught
them without injury. However, 21
persons were injured fleeing the
flames in the all-Negro building,
including Roosevelt Wilson, u.
reported m critical condition,,
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II eoine to aisconunue nis gwa wwr. a "w' pattern
1 i. 4-u ..I ii v,io offnrtc tn Imnrovo conditions ,..iiu.

ine reason

X

What the secret Gairher rennrt

is to the White House, a secret

Koper report" is to the house of

la ooi.

Like the Gaither study, the Rop

er report reveals considerable
weakness in one major area.

'mere. ore. it is beine Kent husn-

hush by labor so hush-hush

tnat oniy a lew men in the na

tional Ar'L-CIO heaaquarters have
seen it in -its entirely, ln fact, on

lay this handtul of much concerned

labor chie.s knows oi its existence.

the survey, made by teams oi
Elmo HoDer's New York hen ri-

quaners, discloses that labor nas

ueen so nara nit public relations relations-wise
wise relations-wise in the past few years that it

may not be able to unionize the!
south for years. The report w-j
veaied that labor has no signifi

cant roots, no real community
influence and no basic regional po political
litical political influence. And that it nas
been coialy received by working
peop.e themselves in the south.
Bluntly the report said thai
there was mora than just fear
and distrust of unions; a hatred
of unions was uncovered.
One of the few to see the entire

noper report put it this way:

aiscuuuuuc w bw" lyaueiu was repeated, mere was

is that alter an nis eiiorcs w unyiuve v,uium uisuke and distrust of unions
nolrnnc VvOVB still hperl dissatisfied. I'plllHann.. tn ivin imiln.

..v- jw.ii uiuuua

hatred

eason is iiiui mici an ma cnuivo .".r

there some natrons have still Deen aissausneu. reiuc

. 1 i i 1 ... V- JnllnnllAnMT .if niimnnil 1 i L .

sgt. wooa nas ineu iu cum mc ucmujuwn,. v w Wuai me unions stand tor or

magers attending the tneater. tie nas controneu me uoww jwnat

the people THINK they stand

MUsHAMaaa nUattlinn

and the smoking ?b me tneater. ior ... iear of unions on the race
I'm sure many patrons are pleased with these improve- question and rackets and the utter

ments he has made. Wny aon t tnese saiisnea pat-rous wrw iauure ot tne southern union peo peo-ahort
ahort peo-ahort note of. appreciation, In an effort to keep Sgt. Wooa with pie to sink deep roots in the com com-us.
us. com-us. munity. The anti-union stereotype

saiisnea ration.

Sir

RUMBLINGS FROM RODMAN

uru.l', fh nil nasn at Rnrimar?

no oeer may oe oougnt tm p.m
as 1 i. 11. J

is gospel below the Mason-Dixon
line."

The survey showed that tho

ti-union sentiment urns intoncifin

w AUVVUDUICU
by the stand whirh tha natinnol

not even with lunch, labor chiefs took in support of ra-

aft. ill! TtUSiBs l ouuuv v m

empty all year rouna, even tnougn mere nas Deen a 10114, long ""nu mat 11 was re-intenslfwd by
aaama4lai 11at4 4r a Innn Innrr flmo Tocfi a ntViOt- n 11 q rf orei t Hfi rPUplnHnnc At that Cei.. aaa

HalUlK slow 1 ui o avaift luaig vaasau, iivno aim uvmvi quai uvio I - wir wi uic UCliaLC AJC-

t assigned according to an applicant s salary, without regard ei-pusting committee. But es-
UHHU nf E'slsro! uniln n lh. alna nf kl hmlli, Ommlaa Sentlallv the Hicf 3Ct 4nr l.kn.

vithout children, or physically incapable of having them, are uvuy naa long-been there. These
given two-bedroom apartments. There is even a single woman two developments spurred the en en-nrlt.h
nrlt.h en-nrlt.h x twn-herirnnm anartment, Tf the Naw has nn nnnllcantit mity of southern communities hut

for certain quarters they should be made available to the oth- we" not -the basic causes of it.

r armed forces, which need them desperately. ":,-Y!p"V' wnrcn cost m
aa -mm 1 i. 4. Si A. I I Mil fllfi nnt and ssm a mm

9. jsmpioye suggestions lane an average or a year to process, "v. ? suppos-
and because the employes are often transferred in the mean- S? 10 come UP p answers.
time the captain loses chances to pose for pictures with the f y b,4Sc communi-
u v,.,Qc. u iy aiuniae survey. Motivatinn r..

the time the awards came through the winners had died,. SX tn long-haired name
4 Tha tat.tnn amnlnva naniml Ic an mit n late It .Iteln, for lms lype 01 Study. It Wag made

over a dMen Items now changed or obsolete. -2 ast.suni.raerafter William Pollock

. s neati nt me evti Wnr-im tt:

or America naa recommended
blE Southern drive

mr. rouock, however, suggest
ed that a wideanreaH nnhlin i.

tions drive precede the unioniiina

i-nV HiuiBone in qn Ar L-

V1 uouunai neaaquarters then
suggested that thev firtt h B if A Hn

per make the preliminary survey
in coo in U n f : i i .

w nuat ictuyuun IBDOr WOUld

icceive.

. The entire project had sham

implications tor the nation.

nunaraos of naw plants in tne
missile and futuristic weapons
industries and oven the kitchen
appliance field, are being built
in the south. If southern work'
ers could not be unionised, the
northern labor forces would be

weartened as jobs fell off in tho
north and skyrocketed in the
south and.

What disturbed Hie tnnaiXa. IaL.

Or Chiefs Was the fart that tho D

er teams went into all types of a a-reas
reas a-reas from Virsinia m-..u

aroiI2" and on down to Alaba

ma, ine pattern was the same ev everywhere
erywhere everywhere even in large industrial

4.LaCD af.nu i wnrtrintT r & mmm..

nities. 008 ww",mu

mere are those who place the
responsibility for much of this

sentiment on what they term the

icinarg c southern labor machine

- wen as employer opposition

"! u r many worl"fl2 peo-

t ucueveu mai tne southern lab labor
or labor organizers ran flv-hv nix

CamDBiens Thev eont lf. 1..J.

. -"v; V.UJG IIIV ujwiia.

iney men to organize. They fail

moujr uiues ana puiiea out
eaving union supporters a mighty
lonely and vulnerable band

mere are those who say that
the Roper report is at least part partly
ly partly responsible for the slashing of
100 national organizers from the

Afju-uu payroll. Many of them

wcie irum soumern areas.
It is reDorted that this ana

Y ws used by tho top national

otneers in meir tight for the
ouster of the Teamsters and
other unions. Thar w th ..i

ing that the sentiment found in

rne Koper report might also be
found farther north, as a result
o f the racket axBoauras

Out of all this, one thine is cert'

am. AFL-CIO president G pnrffe

VENEZUELAN MISSION

I Will someone please tellwne whA ln our country which
lib .all amnaioU. kaaaa n X.I. ... m.

aaa w gee utiuwioiiv, w iiotc vu wHjiaiic annujg uo A miilvmy
mission from a dictator country like Venezuela to Impose their
system upon us? Aa a Panamanian it offends my sense of dig dignity
nity dignity and patriotism when our President and our police offi officials
cials officials permit such intervention in our state government. T
At this moment, when the streets of Caracas are still cover covered
ed covered with the Wood of Innocent people who opposed the dictator dictatorship,
ship, dictatorship, thf! dictator's mission is with the consent of this admin administration
istration administration teaching the dictator's methods here. Hasta cuando?
-Anti Dictator
COLON FIRE

I am glad to see that some of us know the Americans try
to ntlp us. We poor Panamanians cannot do anything about
the way those with the mouth and the money fail to acknowl acknowledge
edge acknowledge this.
In the 1940 Colon fire we got no help from the Paanma-
nians nnlv from the Americans Th oir era vo it e fnnrl v J -U alia

-j - a.-A .wMA.rj. iivj eSjUVb UO AWU UAlU QllCtVCi e
After the Americans has given us tents we had to pay rent for
alii lit Bbmbvmm.Ia.. 4-1 111.- .m. I ..

euvut vu wic raimuaiiuiu nuuiunucs ai !.ou a iamuy. XI tour
families nemtnlail a tent thol naa m

- At that time the Americans gave us quarters. No donations,
no barracks, no nothing from Panama. At that time too we all
aakSJI irJ aai... . I II

eeuu wra OKoa America.
Old Fire Victim.
NICE FAMILY x
Sir:
I work for a nice family, but I don't gb taking my troubles
to them. Unless maids are not properly paid, they should not
bit the hand that feeds them. Live and let live.
Satisfied Maid.

SAN ANTONIO BUGLE

Sir:
1 "feetAirdav mac a Hon nt Vinrrm-a kerrlvvl.. I lu. 1.

" T? J V "vio, uibiiuuug Willi MIC cxpw
apn of the rubber plant at Baytown, and planes down every everywhere.
where. everywhere. Some of the experts were analyzing the situation, and with
the number of contracts Int. nn nnhlln wnvlre timaa .,,111

TZ - ---v "wD.w, MUlftg aril 1,1111"
tlriue good. The doctors pulled my son-in-law, Frank Carey, off
aWaTaOiW MHal tea. an, aaaaamaat. iLa.. J i l i A a .

jrw, auu ui wwr uiiec amerent contractors were alter mm.
Ha foes to eee what the doctor has to say about it this mom-

Drove around the loop yesterday and saw plenty of work

going on m tne city. Ana from the chatter the promoters car
ry on, they must be doing some business,
JUSt heard the last. 24-hrmr vjeothor dnnrl aaa. Ik.

try, and it doesn't even stop in Mexico, where they are looking
WaalVaV afaSma. asakAaat.eaaa. .... 14. a 0

raH.a. ii icuuiu u ourpuBB ii, ana ltcuaaor got ners in quakes
We are having our share of snow again, as most of the Pan Pan-handle
handle Pan-handle is covered and fresh snow is beginnina to fall.

We nave an automobile Show on ftnri T rlnn't. Irnm,, mhof

aii k- ii. ir. 1 i iioa on u;, ine imporr.ant event ny mames aeaawood. He is
will oe the Fat stock show early in February, and if you want expected to cut it away and soon
ID take awav anv nrlre winner, irmi kan ksilo. u... J. n.i ..hi.lM . : j TlT

y.... -I..a.-" ViT rr .. " uvivci uaic yuur wauei, loum, icuiBauite sua resume

w-n avuiiro. wnm De tne Zaau-pound Longhorn tha: I re- isnor s drive in Dixie

snemoer neraing aown tor exhibit some sixty years ago, but a
WM)aage that hardly comes to your chin with meat enough

aw awu buiusriuijr vi uiuieis.
And that brings to mind the Texas Ranger Caotaln. c B

tuu or Hunt, Texas, who passed away last week at 31. It looks
we we going to lose some of our bunch at the same age.

r se movea nis raaio in to his room at
W Bender in Uredo last week, and I have not heard from him
since. He just quit ridint? his hike to snnn

Make it Out if vnu ran onrf t mill tr., j i...

Sja.i -.aalr f S' 'ou "OWlcr

Pop Wright

r:

ROUTINE ROBBERIES?

S1'006 oJ,th?tny American couples living In Pan
fx?! Vat fkv,ery clty' no n"1"61 ta what couH.
try. has Its share ot vice thieves d0o,v, r

f We nave been here four r7&l ten

aahhaul thraa time. rpl k. :,-iV .WWU .WC C?C" ter

- w vivuiivo rrtir Litxrv r 1 1 iim niir uih urn. e

Another time our bedroom was entered while ,e ie .. a"e ,na.s ?een under an emo-

and again we were robbed. V JP8 "l8"10' W time-since

mow to idm, ws nave been troubled by Peeping Toms. M:..in";" "air nDna.
We have called the noiice .mi-e mi, t vru. Messinger said.

Is It only because we are Americans that tlk, was fennd dead into

theaW arc accented as a rnntlnp nf oiNr iifA n.t;

i - j "IC 111 X-KlllAlllEl f

ki. LiltilerlLfaiiam ,ts laws and I People- Must

10JS J-iyv.Aia.aj, weo BUSVVCl OU f
Wondering Americans

..g-a HHaaSlaflaal Klfli
- I m

Washington
Merry-Go-Round

A Pair Of Portents
By BOB RUARK

ROME, Italy. As a comfort comforting
ing comforting portent of the new year, I of offer
fer offer you my friend, Lino Germani.
Lino is not yet 25, but he is what
you might call a walking success
story. I knew him first a half do dozen
zen dozen years ago when he was a pimp

ly-faced kid with patches on his
pants.
I know him today as the owner
of a spanking new Chevrolet sed sedan,
an, sedan, and as a man who supports
his family, and as a man whose
friends, not to say clients, gladly

Fish Tale

Answer to Previous Puzzle

Sarah Churchill
Under Treatment
For Her Emotions
HOLLYWOOD, Jan. 28 (UP)
Actress Sarah Churchill, i

daughter of Britain's former

prime minuter, is undergoing
medical treatment for exhaustion
and emotional upset, her agent
said today.
Lillie Messinger revealed the ac actress
tress actress is under the care of an in internist
ternist internist at the UCLA Medical Cea-

ine Dills

the actress was fined $50 last
Thursday in "nearby Malibu Jus Justice
tice Justice Court on a drunk charge.

ACROSS
1 Wert Indian
fame fish
9 Elongated
food fish
6 European
cyprinotd fish
lJShower
13 Mariner's
direction
14 Hawk's leash
15 Vipers
16 Greek letter
17 Poker stake
18 Assaila
20 Container
22 Pedal digit
28 Cravat
24 Wave top
27 Command
28 Flounder
31 Assist
32 Century plant
33 Hail!
34 Route (ab.)
35 Made thread
St Caught in the
Banks of
Newfoundland
37 Writing
Implement
! 88 Mimic
88 Portents
41 Bra
42 Brazilian

58 Dower
property
59 Pen points
DOWN
1 Crustacean
2 Faculty
2 Tears
4 Assaults
8 Lamellirostral
birds
8 Social Insect
7 Response to
treatment
8 Irish river
9 Seek game
10 Preposition
11 Existed
19 Small child
21 Assistant
24 Freshwater
fish

28 Ceremony
28 Paradise
27 flab
28 Golden
shiner fish
29 Shakespeare's
river
30 Couches
32 Attached
85 Wise one )
88 British money
of account

40 Oceanic
game fish
41 Snake
42 Heights
43 Pillars
44 Exude
45 Verdi opera
47 Roof edge
48 Crust on
a sore
49 Oriental coins
52 Bustle

43 Heavy
46 Fondle
80 Among
81 River barrier
83 Openwork
fabric
54 Ocean
movement

, 55 City in The
' Netherlands
188 Russian name
87 fish

ST fa" 5T
LJL ..! LLJ. rill I I II a

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

OFFICE IN PANAMA
109 Central Ave. at
corner of "I" Stmt
0. A. De R0UX,
Manager

HOURS :

COLON BRANCH:
Front St. at corner
ef 7th St.
CARLOS M0UVNES V.,
Sub-Manager

From 8:00 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.
SATURDAYS: from 8.00 a.m. to 12:00 noon

entrust him with the keys to their
apartments in their absence.
Linn has le&rnarl Rnollah in A

..j. -M..feuon ui au
dition to French and several dial

ects in Italian. He is a chauffeur
no more, reallv. nlthnuoh thol ia

how he earns his living with his
a.U: y-is 7

ouiny new nevvy. He is more of
a comnanion and mentor nnrl hue

really set himself up as a one-

man uynasiy wnicn win grow.
When you and I mean TWA,
or Pan Am or VIP nr even mo

need somebody to be indispen-

adon, you cau Lino.
I have some difficulty keeping
the lemale clients at a decent di

stance, because Lino is a big six six-footer
footer six-footer who is handsome enough to
make the movies when they run
out of female Italians and start

concentrating on the men.

But what I an. trying to say

here is that there is really no ne

cessity for a big foreign aid pro

gram when were are enough Li

nos around to pull their own

weight.

He had seven years of school

only, and the responsibility of a

family without a father, but he
never had to play the black mar

ket or the shady corners.

This is unusual in Rome, which
is a most corrupt city, and which

has a rather corrupt foreign colo

ny to make, corruption even ea

sier for a personable young guy
with a gift of gab.
He never had a GI Bill to help

him, or anybody to show him how

to get the pasta lagioli lor tree.
He never had anything, actual

ly, except a clean face, a sense of

humor, and the odd for an Ita Italian
lian Italian habit of showing up on
time.
He shares a certaia quality with
my other fine friend, Amadeo Pol Pol-letti,
letti, Pol-letti, who runs the bar in the Res Residence
idence Residence Palace. One is a driver,
the other a bartender, and they
have managed over the years to
become more respected and digni dignified
fied dignified than the people they serve.
Amadeo, for instance, k n o w s
every secret in Rome and man manages
ages manages to keep his beak corked. He
stands on his hind feet for about
14 hours a day, and I have never
known ni not to smile. He ridts
herd on as unusual a bunch of
mavericks as you're likely to
come by, but no cynicism has
rubbed off, and. Amadeo is 52 years
oid.
Back to the major point. Neith Neither
er Neither Lino nor Amadeo wants or
needs help, being sufficient unto
themselves as men who will take
9 world which certainly was tough
and reshape it to its best function.
When I look at the pair of them,
and at another friend, Salvatore,
I lose any amount of patience with
juvenile delinquents, frustrates,
and general incompetents in the
business of staying alive on a de decent
cent decent wage.
I do not know whether Amadeo
will ever own hiB own hotel, be because
cause because he is not fired tremendous tremendously
ly tremendously with the desire to be an Italian
Conrad Hilton.
But if my boy Lino is not the
wealthy proprietor of a fleet of
vehicles in a very short time, I
will be awfully surprised. At 25,
he would already be serveral times
a millionaire in lire had it not been
for the necessity or taking on a
man's family when he was still a
boy.
I suppose everyone sees a little
of himself in other people, espe especially
cially especially lately, but every time Lino
drives up in the American car that
is his pride and joy to take me
some place I find a little of the
man, copyboy, busted college stud student,
ent, student, sometime dishwasher, and
vagrant in a guy who is wil'ing
to work in a world in which near nearly
ly nearly everybody whines that they're
misunderstood.
" And when I see the calmly smil smiling
ing smiling Amadeo, I see an image I
would like to copy in my encroach encroaching
ing encroaching years.
You gather that I love some of
my Italian friends. It is a very
safe bet.

WASHINGTON There a h.nen

a lot of talk aoout the advances of
Soviet Russian euueation, none a
bout the dramatic story of Red
Chinese education.

As now reDorted hv a British

pro essor at the University oi Hong
Kong, A. F. Simpson, to? situa situation
tion situation is worth watching. Prc-i. Simp Simpson
son Simpson reDOrta in the Phi Rera Karma

Journal that China now has 443.000

university students lour times

wnai ii was wnen Chiang Kai-shek
was pushed off the -mainland.
The number of chidren enroll enrolled
ed enrolled in primary schools has jumped

Liu c.um since imi ; wnue nign
school attendance has inirenaeri

iivefold from about 3 million to

ia raunon.
Simpson estimates that by 192
the Communist Chinese will suc succeed
ceed succeed in reducing illiteracy from 80
per cent as m 1949 to about
20 per cent. It's already down to
an estimated 50 per cent.
In thev past six years, the num number
ber number of students enrolled in uni university
versity university science programs has jump
ed from 7000 to 20,000; the num num-2?
2? num-2? oJ?f. ensuring students irom
30,300 to 109,600; medical students
from 15,200 to 36,500; and agricul agriculture
ture agriculture students irom 9800 to 17,300.
Students training to be teachws
have increased five times.
In the past foui years alone,
some 10,000 Chinese youngsters of
college age have gone abroad to
study, most of them to the Soviet
Union.
As of today, Chinese standards
are believed to be relatively low.
But when you figure the rate of
advance and consider that China

"o a rapioiy increasing popula population
tion population of 600,000,000, the futurrcould
be alarming.

i vJY0,US" .N1W YSAR
In KantiiAlru V J. j

"H,rT J, uvmam Ot tiOV.
.?yMCha5dlei;' somc People
around New Year's were not too
nannv nvar fh j

,T v"5 -""iuea ciown ciown-nl
nl ciown-nl t T Svernor. nd his fir-

relief w"o ar-

lur violating state
game regulations which he, Happy
hauruhe,p5d P"1 on t!e books.
When Kav Snln ..II. J ..

.WXa,ci tauca un n.
to wish hi m a k.tM... .T entucky

r ,? aw new rear,
dements replied:

a joyous New Year to you.
Some Ot lis rlnn'l .... ar.71

word any more."

LAWYERS FOR OUTlR SPACE

'"'ne United States, but two new

uve recenuy Deen lecturing
Oil Sllarp our 11

uThi!lyJre Andrew G. Haley of
Washmrtnn anI Ik.

the lair fL ArBna! f

Hi "mm. wnneim. The lat-

Among the problems they are
accidentally crashed into a house
hL ? i C0UnUy "-ere might
el Iaws aainst e U.S. Gov-

a1 T iY 't'8 aiso the problem
of taking out a license for a sK
?ir..0rreven the Prob'em of get getting
ting getting a license to mine pure &on

is starttortorTLs?vafL.Haley

of who ahmiM t." "'IS"? "wem

..UUIU ,ooue inese licenses
-I"?" r United States He

nnre'r.1 ? On who gets to

savs HaleviSnng "tWMttaal law,
a aim31 ny'niuffla,..cou!d advance

in fu" """wsuip ot tne moon

Russia Dlants 'h"., PrOTl

the moon first "vrei Iia
'The Crnlrlan ..l.

so out tTi'".c.may ne

SGter "snar1. ew"n.

Mara aJ w a man

A SUSS teM

i 'cuuciunai, a Dutci nrn

i t. B wueo uncos fir rnrn
SdCeantnhg,.WHh 8pace cture?.
mi. e2al ?. ,anuage uses syml
bob which he calls "Riks" and
"He's nni

" -ity, commerittd
space lawyer Haley. a

Sy miw ri ARSON

on

to

for

of

What

ay

on

a

on

A delegation of fishermen came
to the American Embassy to see
him after Christinas, rhey brought
a basket n fruit anri mirt a hiu

wooden box .iiled with fresh fish,
and a model of a Pakistan deep deep-sea
sea deep-sea fishing boat. They alsj hung

jiananas oi towers about his neck.
"When I accumulated eighteen
garlands it was about all I could
do to stand erect," reported Am Ambassador
bassador Ambassador Langley.

iney were head fishermen
from villages along coast, express express-ine
ine express-ine anDreciatinn for a v oil.; i

dollars' worth of nylon twine pre presented
sented presented to Pakistan under our for

eign am program and sold through

."iuve vo ine ushermen.
The nets marie fmm tk. ...i.

" uwmi ,UC VWUIV
had mcreased their catches and
will last five to six times as long
as their previous nets made from

uuincsMc nores. i had presented
the twine at a ceremony shortly
after my arrival. The .ishermen
told me that with the help of the
pew nets they were now out of

ueui.

Merry-GO-ROUND
"One rr! the horUi .i

research is to kill off your own
brain children," says Admiral
Rickover, who developed the atom atomic
ic atomic submarine. "You've got to be
as cold-blooded as a surgeon." ...
Example of how ex-enemies can
fftro'lve anI IavmaI ...I .i.

I." ,Ti?cl- wuen me mo motion
tion motion piclure, "The Enemy Below
a gripping story of submarine
wfare, was previewed in Wash Washington,
ington, Washington, the -German Naval Attache
came down to see it. He had giv given
en given valuable assistance to produc producer
er producer nirti. n.. ii a-;. r

w ruwcu on oerman sub
marine wanare... "Spain's Strut--

li-lor Feeoom," by Lawrence
Fernsworlh ia Vilrin .. i-T

il "'i-ojus UJI a IDl oi
reaction in Spain, also on Capitol
Hill where Father Thorning, vigor vigorous
ous vigorous protagonist for dictator Fran Franco,
co, Franco, doesnt like the book. The
Brook'yn Tablet once had to apo apo-I?8??6
I?8??6 apo-I?8??6 f al material given it by
Father Thorning regarding Fern Fern-swortn
swortn Fern-swortn ... Congratulations to Fran Francis
cis Francis C. Brown, president of the
Schenng Corporation, for his fine
WOrk a chairman f rjl. n .l

ers Hnrins Pin n 11 ,r.-C iT"

D.il 6 aaiumer weeK. Big
Brothers' motto: "No man ever

7 owaigni as when he
stoops to help a boy

uas THE BOWS

m.o Vl iuauisun Avenue
fifint a uay ?uf makin the public

hint 7" A. y want tnem to
think, from fiiter-tip cigarettes to

Hnwever lhn ... i

wide aic sum e inter interesting
esting interesting ftcts behind the big full-
nacre aria ihink j ;

; "wciiea in news newspapers
papers newspapers the other day, regarding
the opening of the first "Atofns fdr
Feace atomic energy plant at
Shippingnort, Penn.
Though Adm. Lewis Strauss,
chairman of tha Atomic Energy
Commiaainn haa k.

V u ccu laiiiaa a 101
of bows regarding this plant, ac-
rnallv CI..... i ,r

-""V auoo uppuseu ir
It was the man whom Strauss
had fired from the Atomic Ener-
fV (lAmmiaaiAn TU. ir

"V """"""i inuuins murray,
who Chiefly inspired the Shipping.
nort nrniaet hanl J.

v r--vv, Mav.iv ill
At that time the Navy nad been
torced for hnrloer

a-0.naaa.1y icao'jin LtJ
drop an atomic energy reactor
plant for pressurized water.
So Adm. Hyman Rickovw, the
Navy s atomic expert, came to
Murray, and they conceived the
idea of a civilian plant in cooper-
O inn anil. V. Tv.T .

. rrriu me uuqUCSne la 1 gh t
Company of Pittsburgh and West West-jnghouse
jnghouse West-jnghouse to replace the Navy's pro pro-Strauss,
Strauss, pro-Strauss, according to, Murray,
was vigorously opposed. Now how however,
ever, however, Strauss is taking all t b e
bows.

FISHING FOREIGN AID
Despite all the brickbats burled
at foreign aid, here is what U.S.
Ambassador Jim Langley reports
from his, new post in Pakistan.

JaMStVl

STOCKHOLDERS OF
CERVECERU NACIONAL, S. A.
(National Brewery Inc.)
We wish to remind you that the regular
General Assembly of Stockholders will be
held in our New Plant in Pasadena, Trans Trans-isthmian
isthmian Trans-isthmian Highway, on Monday, January 27
1958, at 7 p.m.
In accordance wfth the By-Laws of our
Company this meeting can not be held un unless
less unless one-half plus one of the, total number
of stockholders are present or represented
by proxy, nnrl at least one-half of the capital
stock is represented.
Stockholders who are unable to attend
this meeting SHOULD MAIL THEIR PROX PROX-IES
IES PROX-IES in due time to Apartado 536, Panama
City.
THE SECRETARY.



t'ARY 23. 1951

TH1 PANAMA AMERICA?! All INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER

SOME OF THE FUNDAMENTS of the operation of Mie Panama Canal were
spection team, from the Office of the Chief of Engineers visiting this week
lng) was given In the Canal model ippm at Plablo Heights.

explained by Lt. Gov. Hi

In the Canal Zone. The.

M. Arnold to a" in-

by Arnold (atand-

Court Permits Hoffa To Assume
Teamster Job Under Board

WASHINGTON, Jan. 25 (UP)-A
federal court today approved
compromise deal permitting
James R. Hoffa to take over the
presidency of the giant Teamsters
Union under provision of a three three-man
man three-man Watchdog board.
The consent decree, accepted by
Judge Dickinson F. Letts ended a
drawn-out suit by a group of rank-and-file
union members seeking to
block Hoffa from moving into the
$50,000-a-eyar union post.
The rebels contended that the
Miami Beach, Fla., convention
which named Hoffa to the presi presidency
dency presidency Was ''rigged," i
LARGEST UNION
The decree dissolved a prelim preliminary
inary preliminary court injunction that h.is
barred, Hoffa since last fall1 from

succeeding Dave Beck as boss of
the 1,400,000-member truck union

largest in the nation.

The three man supervisory
hoard would consist of one mem

ber named by the Teamster'Exec Teamster'Exec-utive
utive Teamster'Exec-utive IBqard, one by the 13 rank-and-file
teamsters which brought
the suit and one selected by each
group.
The board will "counsel" the
executive board to guarantee the
right of teamster members to
freedom of speech and to take
part in periodic elections. It also
will draft a model code of local
union by-laws arid suggest ac accounting
counting accounting and financial procedures
to safeguard union funds.

The consent order also Defmtt-

ted Secretar-yTrtasurer John Eng-

nsn ana leamsier vice presi presidents
dents presidents to assume their offices if

thy conform with the compro
mise. 1

SERIES OF BLOWS'
The rank-and-file suit was one
of a series of blows struck against
the Teamster leadership since the
Senate Rackets Committee began
investigating the union last year.
The AFL-dIO ousted the union
on corruption charges resulting
from the S e n a.t e investigation.
B'ck retired under fire-Hoffa was

tried and acauitted on charges of

brihmi a committee investigator.

The consent order established

the three-man hoard for at least

one year and possibly longer if
the court believes necessary. The
. beard will set by majority vote.

The court can remove its mem members
bers members for any cause.

ine order also said pointedly

that, no Teamster officer shall

have a "personal financial inter

est which conflicts with the full
performance of his fiduciary duties."-
The -rackets committee
brought out that Beck used large
amounts of union money for his

personal financial operations.

SELF GOVERNMENT
The Teamster Executive Board

under the compromise agreed to

lift its control of many locals

trusteeship and restore se

Government. It also agreed to a

inew national' convention Deiween

1059 and 1962. Delegates would be
elected in strict compliance with
union bylaws.

Britain May Face Greater Austerity
After Parliament's Confident's Vote

LONDON, Jan. 25 (UP) Brit Britain's
ain's Britain's conservative government
went ahead with plans for possib possibly
ly possibly new and great austerity mea measures
sures measures today after winning a con confidence
fidence confidence vote in Parliament.
A warning of continued tough toughness
ness toughness in a battle to beat inflation
and project the value of the

pound was sounded by new Chan

cellor of the Excnequer Lienor.
Heathcoat Amory last night.
He said in his first major speech
in Parliament, .since succeeding

resigned Chancellor Peter Tow

croft earlier this month that Brit

ain' hii?h. spven nercent bank

rate and r e d u c e d government

spending will continue.
Amory said a round of wage

Quote Unquote

The board also agreed to rec recommend
ommend recommend that the delegates. e
chosen by secret ballot.

' 'ie rank and file teamsters

rged in the 22-day trial that

delegates to the convention that
elected Hoffa were improperly

chosen.
Witnesses testified that many

delegates were not chosen at the

proper time, were appomiea in instead
stead instead of being elected or were
elected when only a handful of a
local's members were present.

The' consent decree ordered that
no reprisals were to be taken
against anyone involved In the
suit. It also directed the board to
make recommendations at the
conclusion of its work for possible
changes in the Teamster constitution.

The Teamster Executive Board

aereed to oay the board's expens

es. It also aereed to pay the ex
nnsis of the srik-and-f 'le 1 mem

hers in brtngmr the suit against

Hoffa.

DUCHESS CAUSE TROUBLE
URBITON, England (UP)

The Duchess ml Devonshire gave
17-year-dJd Mary Oo'e a little
trouble today b e f o r e Mary
passed her diving test. Mary
said th? Duchessr-her name for
the car, 4 1908 Renault paintel
blue with white stripes skidded
almost across the road in making
an emergency stopi

WASHINGTON Rep. Daniel A.
Reed (R-N. Y.), 82, on theNleath
of Rep. Lawrence H. Smith (R (R-Wis.),
Wis.), (R-Wis.), wHo collapsed of a heart
attack in the House restaurant,
just in front of Read, and died
shortlv afterwards:

"It was one of the greatest

shocks I Suffered in a long time.'
SAN FRANCISCO-Sister Celes Celes-tine
tine Celes-tine of St. Elizabeth's Hospital, a
Roman Ctftholic institution, on the

m-voar-nlH San Jose. Calif., girl

who gave mrtn to a seven-pounu

habv hoV this week:

"She's had more attention nere
and better food than she ever had

in her lite, l uudk sneu aujusi

well."

LOS, ANGELES Air Force

rant, tven C. Kincheloe, 29. of

Cassopolis, Mich., on his training
for flight beyond the earth's grav gravity
ity gravity field:
"A few times we've (he and an another
other another oilot undergoing similar

training) both experienced zero
gravity that weird feeling f
weightlessness in space, when the
tips of your fingers and feet feel
strange and the sensation comes

all the way down your bacK."
CHICAGO Prima Donna Maria
Meneghini-CalUs, the moody diva,
on the dozen curtain calls and
standing ovation she received aft after
er after singing seven arias at the Ciic
Opera House:
"I'm very happy. Now I can
sleep again."

increases in Britain at this timt
demanded by a dozen major
unions would be diiatrous
"to tht point of damaging the
national wtlfart."

Amory, whose predecessor quit
because the cabinet refused to
prune this year's government

spending estimates to last year's

spewing levei, sounded nis warn-

lning in an economic debate tw.

tore the house threw out a social

ist non-confidence motion; The

vote was 324 to 262.
Acting Prime Minister R.A. But

ler called in sick and traveling
conservatives to ensure that the
government would win on the

strength of his majority in Parlia

ment. He brought a blind lawmak

er back from southern Rhodesia

and another, Geoffrey Wilson, who
recently was injured in an auto

mobile accident, arrive d in

wheelchair. Others were recalled

from holidays in the sun in south

ern France and other Mediterra.

nean resorts.

25 Algerian Rebels,
5 Frenchmen Killed

ALfrTRRR AltfAltU T. r .m

-VTwenty-flve AlmrUn .-i

five French soldiers were killed in
a clash near Phrlippeville, French

JfW6n soldiers also were
woundi when the rebel band

oinuusnea a rench patrol
mountainous El Alia.

in

TOONERVILLE TROLLEY Young Travelers in Morganland, St. Luke's annual Spring Festival, will take a magic ride on

a miniature train on Feb. 1. Their destination Is never-never flandand back again. Morgan's gardens are being transform-
ed for the erant into a magic place peopled bv elves and gnomes and gingerbread men. Jack the Giant Killer has promised
to come and brinsr his Giant. Paul Revere and Robin Hood will be there. The carnival grounds have been extended this
year to accommodate r activities. The scooter wiU run all day long from Balboa Station right into the fairgrounds at tlf-
Sear of the Gardens. Chef Walter Alves, In charge of Mother Hubbard's Cupboard will have delicious food so that families
lay oome out at 10:00 when the grounds open and make a day of it. The Treasure Chest will be filled with an unusual
and choice selection of objects captured front other lands. The Morganland Country Store will feature handmade articles, ra
eluding tembleques for Carnival, which the St. Luke's Morning Guild has been assembling. Many of-Walt Disney's favorite
little frienda have arrived to be the prizes at the booths Luc ky little winners will take Mickey and Minnie Mouse, Dumbo,
Donald Duck, Lady, PUito and others home ,to play with.
I I.' i . i i i i

German Bundestag

Wants Summit Talks,

Disarmament Parley

BONN, Germany, Jan. 25 (UP)
Chancellor Konrad Adenauer was
asked by the Bundestag (Parlia (Parliament)
ment) (Parliament) today to seek a summit con conference
ference conference with the Soviets and a
resumption of East-West disarm disarmament
ament disarmament .talks. 1
The West German lower house

wound up a 14-hour foreign policy

debate after midnight by approv
ing 'a four point resolution submit

ted by Adenauer-s own Chritian
Democrats demanding negotiations
with Moscow.

The resolution called on the

Bonn government to:
Encourage east west nego

nations to caretuuy prepare a

summit conference through diplo
matic channels.

Seek a resumption of the dis disarmament
armament disarmament talks within the United
Nations or at an East-West For

eign. Ministers conference.
Take care that only such so
lutions for world problems are ac

cepted which do not lead to recog

nition of the status quo uuEurope.
Continue to support coordina coordination
tion coordination of western foreign policy.
The resolution made no mention
of West Germany's constribution
to western defense an atomic free
zone in Europe or intermediate
ballistic missiles.

T

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distribution system In Colon and for thai reason will
suspend the service on SUNDAY, JANUARY 26.
From 1:30 a.m. to 4:30 a.m. In the following sec sections:
tions: sections: Balboa Ave. between 2nd Street and 11th Street
Including Front Street and the West side of Bo Bolivar
livar Bolivar Ave.
Hen-era Ave. between 2nd Street and 14th Street,
including the East Side ef Bolivar Ave. and the West
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Callejon Martinez between 2nd Street and 16th
Street, including the West side of Central Ave., Obal Obal-dia
dia Obal-dia Ave. and Domingo Diaz 'Ave. and Federico Boyd
Ave., and the West side of Melendez Ave.
From 5:00 a.m. to 7:00 a.m. in the following sec sections:
tions: sections: New Cristobal, from 7th Street and Melendez Ave.
to Paseo Gorgas and to 14th Street and "A" Street
(Free Zone).
Arosemena Ave., between 2nd Street and 16 Street.
Including part of Amador Ave. between 14th Street
and 16th Street, the East Side of Amador Ave. arid
the West ?lde of Central Ave. us far 16th Street.

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TBI PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER
SATURDAY. JANUARY 2S, 1US
ii i
ISTHMIAN CHURCH NOTICES

Jewish

map uiranne-.
Srvic OYIday, 130 pm ktiMv
! sm a ttattap a ftw gvt
Mrr PMH Bases and Stations).
i imtfwmr tat Shearltb ImH Ay Ay-M
M Ay-M CVteand Mth Stmt BelU VUta
Unama City lanrtea l urn
Christian Scientist
CelaUSllAjy OrUBNta. UsUKCHS
xcfa aa BBran. aawun. nwe
m Aacac loubMM.
rim CMM al UWW, MM
IS Stmt Molivai
a Cam, sciaatan. Crist
jvai aivnw
Sunday actMAi aaa
twin 114 am Witantay IM am
Posts and Bases
fAUMC
rORT AMADOK i
Sunday School
Mr"" Worship
.Church-time Nursery School...
fuRl CLAYTOn
Sunday School (BuUdlng No.
i 1)
, Mornini Worship
. Thursday Evening Mid-Week,
arvtea i ......
' Youth fellowship Sunday ....
IM
10. uo
10:00
l:N
10:30
7:36
8:08
FORT KOBBI
' ttunltav School
8;00
1 Morning Worship 10;3j(
! Evening Worship 70
I u-n.-shiii Service. Madden Wye 7:00
. U rn shin Service. Rio Hato .... 8:
1 Christian Youth Fellowship ....
Soldier's Fellowship Thurs. ..
Officer's Christian Union Thurs.
0:00
7:00
S:M
ALBKOOK. AIR FORC BASB
Sunday School M
Artuii Bihl. Clan (NCO Club).. 0:30
Mnrnlne Wonhio 0:30 & 10:45
Youth Fellowship 3o
I S. NAVAL STATION, Rodman
Sunday School 8:30
Mornini Worship 11:00
Holy Communion First Sunday
of Month)
15th ND HEADQUARTERS CHAPEL
; Mornuif Worship 140
(Holy Communion First Sunday
of Month).
1 Naval Radio Station, Summit... 1:00
FORT AMADOR
Daily Mass
Msnday Masses
Confessions, Saturday
I Sunday
fort clayton
: .Paily Maaa
Sunday Masses
Confessions Saturday
1:30
7:00 A 1:30
6:30 A 7,:30
1:00 & l:2i
:&
.7:45 A :0u
0:30 A 8:00
FORT KOBBI
Daily Mass 8:15
' Saturday Masses 1:00
Sunday Masses 1:00 A 11:45
" Monday Novena Devotions .... 7:30
' Confessions-Saturday.. 0:00 A ,flM
tOROZAL
I Sunday Mass : 10:30
ALBROOK AIR FORCB BABB
uauy asaaa ....
:::::::::::::: z
aaiuroay anas
Sunday Masses
7:45 A 12:00
7 Novena Ssices-'lAeifcy "Rrl
Confessions-Saturday 7:00
Spanish
teaaWt jm ML m.
U.S. NAVAL STATION. Rodman
I Sunday Maaa
Jewish
FORT KOBBI
1:30
Saturday
USO-JWB. Balboa
! Frlaay
IM
AI. BROOK AIR FORCE BASE
.. Saturday i..... 4:0
USO-JWB (Balboa)
Saturday laM
ATLANTIC SUM
Protoetaal
FORT DAVIS
Sunday School Bldg. MS .... 1:00
Morning Worship 10:30
Prayer fellowship Bldg. 253
Tuesday 7:00
KYBB Wednesday Post Chapel 0:30
-noir rractice weanesaay
Post Chapel TM
FORT GULICK.
' Sunday School ;30
Morning Worship 10:45
Youth' Fellowship, Sunday .... 0:30
Btble Study, Wednesday 7:30
Ladies Chapel Guild, 1st Thurs. 1:30
U.S. NAVAL STATION. Coco Solo
Sunday School I:M
Morning Worship 1140
Holy Communiok First- Sunday
of Month)
Catholic
.PORT DAVIS
h Daily Mass 7:00
Sunday Mala t;go
Confessions: Saturday tm
Sunday ;45
FOKT GULICK
7:00
Saturday Mass 7:00
aunaay Masses 7:45 & 10:15
Confessions. Saturday .. 0:00 St TM
U.NAVAL STATION, Coco Solo
Baturday Maai"".!!'.'.".;'.".'..'.". i:M
' Sunday Mass tm
COCO SOL1TO
Bunday Mass 740
JewUh
FORT GULICK
Tuesday ....
1:11
Greek Orlhodoa
jgyaafc Orthodox servlcaa are conduct.
IfflE ,chUrcn of the Anunclatian,
ygBeUario Porras, San Francisco da
"1gahita. PananU City, RJ.. and at
tif Church of St Anthony, Avenlda
-Malandez, Colon. RJ on alternate Sun.
'.'K':1 FoI urth,r infonnaUon,
I? Sill Army CtofW
Seventh Day
i; Wventist
It 7T :
I
-Weekly Services In all churchOO
I at follows:
kSAuBDAY:
Sabbath School 9:30 a.m.
p Divine Service 11:00 am.
, Youth's Meeting 4:30 p.m. ,t
WEDNESDAY :
J Bible Study and Prayer Servlee
' TM p.m.
Pacific Side Panama
iMtor W H. Waller-Tel. 21-3-3501
- Cao Verde, Ave. J. f. de la Oasa
tMa, 17 Chorrillo 25th Mo. 27 Pue Pue-t
t Pue-t hip Nuevo 2-A St. between 3rd and 4th
Wmtrr Bio Abajo llth No. 27 GamBoa
. and Frijoles.
; Pattor G. D. Williams Tel. 6-580
Pastor A. A. Grizile Tel. 6102
Spanish Churches Pacific Side Panama
1 Pastor Norberto Quiroz
Panam. Call Darlen No. 3
Padregal A Nuevo GuararO.
Atlantic Side
A. Jeffries Tel. 311
Paslor G
Coton
Cristobal
Cristobal
btgilsh-lgth it Bolivar Ave.
IpanishV-ieth A Bolivsr Ave.
central Office:
Gavila Boad-Tl. 2.1853 A 23531

Church of Christ

W. W. Barrow. Cyangeas
XWaahaM t-l0J
ALSO A vail. Balboa Bo4
larvk Sunday IS 40 tm 11 M am
1.11 am w
jajSl-ufiAL. Aaurlean Laaiaa HaiL
Srvics Sunday 10 W am UMia
UO ABAJto: Houm No MM lit St
uMav J0 a-aa
Unitarian
tiMUaMAM
MiJv am
Ancon Blvd.
luur luviiaUaa
la uaaral
raUaion.
Odpust
cotwLi Mai .01 sauawa
ill atui Aya
Urawu awuuua
i-uoim a-iU
Mti a, rau, Maw
Sui.ua, SUoul :
Munuug VtinaUR U.J"
ainn. Uiuuu P1"
aivauuig v04up .......... P-"1
Prayer ln, Weonaeuay :-0pJu
oii.nl l.Ule School ,..
Broaiernoou .ui tti"Uay... 7.00 pjn
Leu wiuruay :)
rixsi BArnai UtuavCH
Balboa Heights. C. L.
(U(i Ancon boulevard
Orawei B ttalboa tteighta
Phone ttalboa 1717
William H. Beeby. Paster
Sunday School t :30 a.m.
Morning Worship' 10:45 a.m
R.nti,i Tralnin Union .... 8:30 D.m
Evangelistic Service 7:30 p.m.
Prayer Meeting, weanesaay. 1 .w v-m
hi g ukIa linil. Hi 1 1..
,i.vi 0:0 am
Man's Brotherhood (LaM
Monday in month) om
IIBBT BAPTIST CHIIKCH
Margarita Avenue at 5th Street
Margarita. Canal Zone
h.v wnidaii C Parker. Paslet
lilnrlu OAhUUl
s.u am
11:00 am.
0:30 P-m
Morning Worship ...........
Baptist iraining uiuun
Evening Worship
13... .V,-.V,.wH TllaBBfUVsl
7:45 p.m.
7:00 o m.
. :00 pea
Prayer Services, Wednesdays
W.M.U. ISt 0ro 'riuaya
J .A., R.A., Sunbeams,
Fridays .,
.Tg
I:J0 p.m
J
f?
olmiy
(Non-ileimlmiUonsI Evange
Meetings)
. .Ml f 1TV
CapUln A Mrs. B. Grant u
15 February Street. Phone: 21-20054
11:00 Holiness Meeting.
3:00 Sunday School.
- 70 Salvation Matting.
uA BOC. C.2.
Ueatensnl Pansy Campbell
auildin No low), Phone: 2-285!
11:0-1 ilolincss Meeting.
3:00 Sunda;- School.
7:30 Salvation Meeting
HAKAiSo. C.Z.
Envoy Jk Mrs. C, L. Mosekty
'Juiara Sutet.
0:00 Si 1, day School.
1 1 :00 Holiness Meet ing.
3:00 Sunday School.
J dO Salvation Meeting
;OLON CENTRAL
4r t aU and Mrs. C.
i4th StieeL Phone: 38-7U.
JOLO11 1H1RL STREET
. 7:30 Salvation Meeting,
Union Churches
BALBOA
Th Bev. Oocar W, Olsen, Paster
Balboa Road at San Pablo street
Phone 2 1436 Church Office 2 3236
3:30 a.m. Church School Fro bus
service. Classes 'for all ago.
10:30 a.m. Worship Service The
Expanded Session or Nursery. Kinder
garten and Primary Depts. Church
nine nursery lor children under 3 yrs.
:00 p.m. Junior High Fellowship
rwi nigu reiiowsnip.
7:00 p.m. Senior High Fellowship.
7:30 pin. Evening Service.
GATUN
The Bev. Bay M. Blakely MlrAjtao
Telephone, i 355
Church School, with Adult Bib la
Claw. (.45.
Service of Worship, 11:00.
Youth Fellowship. 8:45.
MARGARITA
Margarita Ave. and Bolivar Hwy.
Rev. Theodore R. Franklin faster
Phones: Office. 3-2842. Res. 3-1433
Sunday Services:
1:45 a.m. Church School. Bua service
Class: .Nursery through adult
11:00 a.m. Morning Worship.
Ntmrv for infants and small chll
dren.
3:00 p.m. Junior Fellowship.
6:15 p.m Youth Fellowship.
A cnmnlete schedule af auxiliary ae
tlvitles and official meetings a an
nounced from week to wtex.
CAMBOA
Rev. Walker M. Alderten, Pastor
Off i 6-470 R.r .130
9:30 a.m. Sunday School
10:40 a m. Morning Worship.
Official meetings and week-day eH
vltle aa announced.

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Catholic
ar MABVa CMUBCH Balsaa
Sunday lUaaoai 7:00. 0:00, 1040 and
12:00 am
Holy Day Maaaoat IM, OtOt, 11 M am
uul (41 n.K
Confession. Saturday, 0:30 to 3:0.
and 7:00 to 300 aim Thursdsy, hator
First Prldayi 7 .-00 to 3 00 p.m
MLraeuieua Modal Havana: 7:00 pm
on Mondays.
Catechism ajaaai after th 0:00 mas.
on Sunday.
High school atuay wiua :v pm. or
waonosoay.
SACBED UABT-Aaua
Sunday Maassa: 1:55. 7:30 0:30 a m
Holy Day aaaaaoat (3B3 am and I too
m
Confessions: Saturday 3:30 to 5:00 a no
7:15 to IM p.m. Thuraday kafor First
Fr div 7 :00 a aa.
Sacred Heart Dvouona i pm n
rriday.
Catechlsas Clasai 3:14 ta 4: pm 4
Thuraday'.
OUB LABI Of FATIMA 4atnaada
Sunday Maaa at 0:00 am
Holv Dav Mam at 0:30 am
Confessions: to 0.45 pm 0B Bat
urdav.
catechism cuua: asiuraay s:v w iv
am
ST. JOSEPH Parsls
Sunday Mass at 7:00 and 3:13 am
Holy Day Mass at 0:00 pm
Weekday Masses : ..:00 a.m.
Confasslons: Saturday 3 JO I 4:30 and
I JO ta TM
Catechism Clasai Bun oaf i:w it lis
Miraculous Medal novnai i:w p.m.
an Prldav.
Convert instrucuonai jnursoay i:ev
P am.
n. VINCENTS-Panam City
Sunday Masses: 0:00 and 8:30 a.m.
Holy Dav Masses: 3:30 and 5:00 pm
in it falls on Saturday th Masses an
6:00 and 3:30 a.m.)
Cnnfauioru: Saturday 3:00 to 3:00 and
7:00 to 0:00 p.m. Thursdays otror sini
( ridsy 130 pm
Miraculous Medal novena ana ana
Hons of the Creas: rriday 7:W p.m..
Catechism Clasa: After 1:30 maaa
Sunday
Thiirutl.
Convert Class; 0:30 p.m. Tuesday ana
ST. THERESA'S CoeB
Siinitiii kfus: M a m
Holv Dav Mass. COO am (It It falls
nn Inula v 0 :30 a m. I
Catacniam Class: j-.au us : m
m?"- : i,..
conrtmions: :w 10 m;m u.m. au.m.j.
ST. JOHN BAPTIST DE LA SALLB
Parau LfW
Sunday Masses: 6:30 and 0 JO a.m.
VlZA Dava Man: 6:30 Mon., Thurs.
Frl. snd Sat. First Friday mass: 6:00 am
Holv Day Mass: a:oo am w .w
rm.faa.lori: 1:30 to 4.30 ami 7:00 to
a .nn nn mm akktlirnav.
..v r- 7- i. r.u..
Miraculous aieaai nvTsanar "w
; 3 :30 p.m. on Sunday
uaiecnism van
T MKatESraV-L Beca
itlS.il I
Convert Claaat Monday IB p.m.
Sunday
u.iu n
Mass: 7:00 am
ff...i,m- Saturday 6:30 to 7:30 P m
Thursday before First Friday ISJMB..
Catechism Class: a:i v" -r
Sacred Heart Novena: 7:60 pm. en
'"Way- Tk,..u.
ATLANTIC WDsJ
ST JOSEPH'S CIB
Sunday Masses: 8:45. MMIMaAA.
Hoi Day Mass: 8:4$ and l:3 am
and 5:45 p.m.
Confessions: saturaay i:w w
7:00 to 8:00 p.m.
Miraculous Medal novena i eimmMj
6:15 and 7:00 p m.
Sacred Heart Novena: rnaay i: pm
Kilnriov Rvnin Services 7:00 p.m.
Convert Class: 7:15 p.m. on Mondays
and Thursdays.
Catechism Class:, aunasy i:is a.m. w
11:45 a.m. 3 :00 p.m. to :u p.m.
t'tr.t ri ldav-Exnosltlon of Most Bless
d Sacrament all day HepoAitlon at 3:30
a.m. saturaay morning.
First Saturday Devotion to our umy
of ratlmaTna HOiy nwary :wr a.m.
F rat ( nmmunlon insirucitons ror enn-
dren Monday and Thursdays :ou to
7:00 p.m.
MttACtlLOUS MEDAI-Crlstibal
Sunday Masss: 7:00. 1:00 and 10:30a.m.
Holy Day alas: 6:00. :00 a.m. and
g18 n.m
ConfasalOsvi: Saturday 4:00 to 8:00 and
7:00 to 3:00 pm. Altor nosary eacn eve
Miraculous Modal Navanat 3:13 and
l:f p m. on Monday.
' Catechism Class: After 0:00 Maaa Ml
Sunday.
First Friday Exposition all day during
the school xear.
rirst Saturday: M00 at o:oo am
VMH.Y FAMILY CHURCH la Margarita
aunasy moss: 7:oa, i:.io. n:m am
First Saturday Mass:
:uw a m
weekday Masses:
Saturday ... 7:M p.m. to
Miraculous Medal Novena
Holy Day Masses; 7:30 a.m.
Confession ., 3:43 pm to
every Monday.
Ptrlsh Family Rosary and
Bmadictlon
every Wdnsdy
Discussion Inquiry Group
lst.VKiday'DevaBona ...
1st Saturday Devotions ,.
8 :00 a.m.
8:00 p.m
7:00 p.m
5:15 p
4 :45 pm
7:00 pm
7 :30 p.m,
7:03 p.m
7 JO pm
ST. VINCINTS-Ralnkow
Sunday Mass: 4:3o a.m.
am.
2
8:00
Holy Day Maoaaat 1:00 am an) 6:00
pm.
Confessions: 4:00 ta 8:00 snd 7sM to
a.ww p. 111. awiurpoy
catecnism ciasa: iu:43 a m. an auoaar
Convert Claae-every Monday at 7:00
p.m
Mlrsculpu
nn Tnuilav
Novanat 7 JO pas
Sacied Heart MotOMi
Friday.
7:00 pm as
IMMACUl.ATI CONCKPTION-Catoa
sundav Mas' 0:15 a.m
Holy Day Mass: 8:00 am
Confessions: 0:30 to 7:00 pm. en Sat
urday.
Catechism Class- 4.-00 n.m net Unndtg.
wuss lsui ur uinru ctiunataa.
Gamboa
Sttnday Mass: 7 JO sad 8:30 am
Holy Day Masses: 6:00 a.m. and 5:00
pjn -Coafaaalon
Saturday at 7 inn n and
airar an evening devotions.
Baptisms by Appointment
Miraculous Medal Nnvana- 7 Ml nm
an Tnaaday. r
Sacred Heart Novena: 7 no
Friday.
pjn on
Dunaay acnoot: J 10 pm on Sunday.
RoUliaus Instruction Clasa far hfl.
dren: 4:00 p.m on Thursday
Rellainus Instruction for adults iCnn.
oucteo in 5pnisii
7:00 om en Mon-

day
Convert

insu-uctions by appointment

Csasl Zaaa, sad the terminal cftiea
Panama, a atonal s wakens at aN

&t9ttS eneviCMi otMHl t eivilinn
Episcopal
Th Bt. Key B.
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CATHEDRAL OF ST. LUKI
SUNDAYS
SUNDAYS
7:30 a.m. Holy Communion.
0:13 am Church School (Holy Com
munion 3rd Sunday),
0:30 a m. Santa Communion, 3rd Sun.
cul Dominical till a.m.
U 00 a m Morning Prayer ana ser
mon. Holy communion isi sunaay.
7 JO pm. evening service.
WEDNESDAYS
Ida) an. Maty Communion.
7:00 pre Evening Prayer.
HOLY DAYS
4 00 am Hoty Communion.
!i) aaHoly Communion.
DAILY
8 13 am. Morning Prayr.
13:00 Mia-day Missionary Prayers.
COCOU
Church at St Andrew
The Bev. William W. Baldwin,
Print in Charge
SUNDAYS
Hair Communion
7:30 am
Family Prayer and
Church School IdB am
iAlso Holy Communion Ind.
unday each month.
Morning Prayer A Swmon 1100 a.m
WEDNESDAYS
Holy Communion a:vu
COBOZAL
Chapel af The (toed Shepherd
Th Bav. Clarence W. Bay 00,
Mast la Charg
FRIDAYS
1:00 am Morning Prayer.
(H.C. first Friday each Month).
AMBOA
St aunon'a (Jhuich
Th Bo. John Spear. Print in Charge
SUNDAYS
Choral Euchsrlst and Ser Sermon
mon Sermon Church School
Epiacopsl Young Churchman
Bvansoaut and Sermon
7:00 a m
I UN p m
5:00 p.m
7:00 pm
MONDAYS, TUESDAYS,
and FRIDAYS m
Morning rrayer ana noiy
Communion
Evening Prayer ...........
Woman's Auxlllary.'jmd and
1:00 a m
7:00 p.m
WEDNESDAYS J THURSDAYS
Holy Communion i:w a.m.
Morning Prayer 10 am.
Evnlng Prayn TiM P"
SATURDAYS
family arucnsrin
Office of Caoapuna
LA BOCA
Bi Paiae'a Church
0:30 a m
0:00 p.m
t :
Tk Rst. Jeka Spar. Print la Charg
Morning Prayer and cnurcn
school ,..... iaa am
Confirmation Clan ....... am
Choral Eucharist and Sr-
mon :
Holy Baptism M0 noo
EvenOOME and AddrOOO .... 7:30 p.m.
3rd MONDAYS ,.
Woman Auxiliary ....... i.v p.
THURSDAYS er FEAST BAYS
Holy communion e.wv
PALO SECO
Chapel of the Holy Comforter
Van. U B. Shirley, Print In Charge
THUBSDAYS
3:30 am. Holy communion.
MARGARITA
Church f St. Marg
irgaret
Eanav and Brazos
Blvd.
The Bar. Jesse K. Renew, Beet
SUNDAYS
7:30 a m. Holy Communion.
0:45 a.m. Morning Prayn and
Church School.
11:00 a.m. Choral Eucharist.
THURSDAYS and HOLY DAYl
8:30 a.m. Holy Communion.
P ARA1SO
The Re. Allan B, Weatt,
Print in Charge
The Bev. David A, Osbora.
Vicar Emeritus
SUNDAYS
0:00 a.m. Choral lucharlst A Sermor
0:30 am Infant Baptism.
3.00 om. Church School
(heid in Building 131)
5:00 am. Youth Fellowship
7 00 m. Evensong and Addrna
2nd snd 4th WEDNESDAYS
j .30 pin. Woman Auxiliary and Al
tar uuiia Meeting
ffpffi
the Vn Lemuel B. Shirley, Rectet
Th Ret Fits E Alwell. Deaeea
SUNDAVt,
0:00 am Holy Comm..nlon
0 00 am Sung lucharlst A Swmon
10:40 at Morning Prayer and Church
School
11:00 nocr.Holy Baptism
7 00 am. Solemn Vesper
TUESDAYS
8:30 am Holy communion
7:30 p.m. Ivsnlng Prayer and Sermon
WEDNESDAYS
0:0 sag Help
IM p.m. Evening Prayi
IWmSSAYS AND FRIDAYS
3:30 m. Hale Communion
HOLY DAYS
0 00 a.m. Holy Communion.
CHRIST CHURCH BY-THE-SEA
- Raheaasl
ColonTrP.
fOpposlte Hotel Washington)
Th Rev. Jam peter Farmer, Barter
The Bav. Hury A. Blake, AsdstSJM
SUNDAY
6:00 a.m. Holy Communion.
8:30 a.m. Morning Prayer.
0:00 a.m. Choral Eucharist and germnn
10:30 a.m. Church School.
7:90 p.m. solemn evensong and Ser Sermon.
mon. Sermon. MONDAY. TUESDAY A THURSDAY
6,00 a.m. Holy Communion.
7:00 a.m. Morning PrSyer.
5:00 p.m. Evening Prayer.
WEDNESDAY I
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
0 00 a.m. Children's lucharlst.
p.m Evening Pray0aM--
BATUBDAY
6:00 a.m. Holy Communion.
7:00 S.m. Morning Prayer.
3:00 p.m. Evening Prayer.

7:30 p.m. Compline and Meditation.

' BJO

ABAJO

St. Clans
10th Str
The Rev
Print to
The Bav. Clarence A
SUNDAYS
flaw am Holy Communion.
7:30 a.m Sung Eucharist and Sv mon
10 JO am Morning Prayer and Church
School.
1240 neon Holy Baptism
6:30. pjn Evenoong and loraoun,
MONDAYS
7 JO am 1st and 3rd. Woman's Auxit
TUBSDAYS
6:30 om Junior Oaughtars at th
7:30 p.m You
WEDNESDAYS
Fsllowshlp.
:uv aim noiy communion.
7:00 a.m. g van In. Prsvar .i4 .li.l..,.
THUBBDAYr
JO pm Girls Friendly Society.
SATORi)AY8
0:30 am Junior Confirmation Clan.
. S M
Other Churches
CHURCH OF THE NAZARKNE
..v
448 Franglpant St. Aasgtt C.Z.
nev eimer u Nelson, Pastor
Box 287 Balboa. C.Z. Tel 2-2602
Sunday School 1);4a a.m
Worship Service 10:45 am
Youth Service 6:45 pm.
Evangelistic Service .7:30 p.m
Prayor Service, Wed. ... 7:30 pm
CHURCH OF THE MAZARGNE
Margarita School Gymnasium
Paster Ralph L. Hysong
Writet Box 3010 Margarita. C.Z.
Phone: S-158S
Sunday School 9:45 a m.
Morning Worship 11:00 a.m
Evening Service 7:30 p.m
NATIONAL BAPTIST CHURCH
PansraO R.P.. Mrd Street East
Bay a. N
Divine Worship
.. a:30 a.m.
(. 3:00 p.m
T. 7:45 11:45
unaay scnooi
Sunday Mass
" Rio Abajo. R.P.
Sunday School
3:00 p.m.
JEHOVAH'S WITNESSES
Meetings Thursdays at 7:30 D.m. and
sundew at 4:00 pm. win Memorial
sua guiboa rtoaa, Balboa
CHURCH OP JESUS CHRIST OF
LATTER DAY SAINTS (Mormon)
Chanel on Balboa Road
Priesthood Meeting: Sunday 8:30 a.m.
Sunday school; Sunday 10:00 a.m.
Sacrament Meeting; Sunday 6:00 p.m
iteuei society; luesaay uo s.m.
MIA: Wednesday 7:30 p.m.
Primary; Thuraday 4:00 p.m.
Telephone Balboa 4237.
Atlantic Broach
Building ZOO. Schoolhous Road. Gotun
aunasy scnooi; ounaay :.hi a.m.
Sacrament Meeting; Sunday 11:00 a m
CTJRUNDU PROTESTANT CHURCH
"A Wrm Hearted Ctturch"
Milton K Leldlg, Minister
Phone Res 83-7116. Of. 83-5105
Sunday School 0:30 s.m
(A clasa for every ago)
Morning Worship 11:00 s.m
Youth Fellowship 6:00 p.m.
tevanlne Wnrahln 7 :00 p.m
Prayer and Prals (Wd.l 7:00 p.m.
A church nursey in provided.
OLD CATHOLIC CHUKCH
St Raphael Th Archangel
isth Bt. wan no. 1
Holy
Sunday ai 1:30 am
'B13i
'adnoadays and Thursdays
6:30 a.
Sacramen
of Unction (Haaltna Ser
flea) First
at aacs) month at
7:30 pm
Mount Hallbet- CkrbHaa) Church
PanamO I P
Bt- Rev T. jamcs D. D Bishop
officiating
Morning devotion 6:00 m
Fetlnttshln Wnrahln 11:00 a.m
Sunday School 3:00 p.m.
Uivni service v
, BAHAI'S CENTER
54 first Street .
Urbanluclon BI Carmen, Panama City
informal rains ana uiscussions
Thursday .j'-.."v:M
Colon, 8th A Front Streets
(upstairs Amotleoa Baaaar)
Study Classes Thursdays, 7:30 p.m
BETHEL MISSION CHURCH
Espalaba St., Paralso. C.Z.
Rev Wsldaba H Stewart, Pastor
Sunday: 11:00 a.m Worship Service.
3:00 p.m. Sunday School.
7:15 p.m. Gospel Service.
Monday: 7:30 Young People's Society
Wednesday: 7:30 Mid-week Christian
Fellowship.
Thursday: a:uu cnoh nenearsai.
Friday) 7:30 Women's Missionary So
ciety.
THE CHURCH OF GOD
New ProvMtnce
Mr. Maude Htnaa. Paiata
Sunday School 10:00 am.
Morning Worship 11:00 a.m.
Night Service 7:30 p.m.
FIRST CHURCH OP GOD
Cor. Jamaica Sad Trinidad Sis.
Bain haw City, Canal Zone
Rev, Wm. Livingston, Pastor
THE CHURCH OF GOD
7033 Eighth Street Col6n
Rev. O. W. Greadloea, Pastor
Sunday School
3:30 a.m.
Mernlna Worship
10:30 am
TM pm
0:00 am
10:30 a.m.
TM pm
Night servic
Stornlng Worship
unday School -..
Night Service ....
THB CHURCH OF GOO Bla Aba)
Monte Occurs Rd 16th St.
Rev. Wm. J. iehnsen. Pastor
Sunday Scnoo 9:30 a.m
Morning Worship 10:30 a
Night
aervi
vice
7:30 p.m.
CHURCH OP GOO (Pentecostal)
Rev. B B. Wstson, Overseer
Phone 6.420. Box 253. Gamboa
Churches at Paralso. C.Z. (Rev. and
Mrs Herman G. Whyte). Colon, R.P.
(Rev. Fernando Lorence), Rio
I RV. and Mrs. Charles Hay nee).
Catlva (Rev and Mrs. Clifford Gres
Sunday and weekdays services at
churches.
COMMUNITY CHAPEL
Diablo Heights. C.Z.
(near Dla.ilo school)
Rev. Carl V. Thompson. Minister
Box 30. Diablo Heights. C.Z.
Phones: flame, Gamboa 347
Church Balboa 4271
Sunday School. 10:00 a jn
Worship Servic ii;O0 a.m
Youth Service 7:00 pjn
Evangelistic Service 7:30 p m
Wednesday: Bible Study
and Prayer Service 1:30 p.m.
Lutheran
EMEU LUTHERAN CHURCH
Balboa Road at Wight Street
Bay.
Robert F. Gusslck, Pasta
P.O Box 686. Balboa
Sunday Schooh Bibl class :00 am
Divine servic 10:15 am.
Holy Communion, first Sunday of the
month. 1
ABaatl Bid
Former chapel of Our Saviour's Epis
copal cna-pei jra St. ana Meiendea Ave..
New Cristobal.
Mr. Eugene H. Denner, Vicar
Sunday School, Bible Class 9:00 am.
Divine Service 10:15 a.m.
Holy Communion, last Sunday of the

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lareaee Bay.

Crag wilt

month.

ST. PITIR'S

La
a?'
Baca
Bishoo S. Heber Gooden will
visit St. Jeto"8 church in U Bo Boca
ca Boca tomorrow night to confirm a
doss of candidates.
A sponsor will take each candi
dote up to die Bishop for the Lay.
ing on of Hands after presenta presentation
tion presentation of the class by the Rev. John
sP?.r-
The cuss will meet wiin raw rawer
er rawer Spear fur final instructions af after
ter after the choral Communion tomor tomorrow
row tomorrow morning, which begins at
1n n
1U.3U.
At this celebration, members 01
the Order of St. Vincent will make
a corporate communion within the
octave of St. Vincent's Day, and
a junior acolyte will be admitted
as probationer in the Order of St.
Peter and St. Paul.
The service of evensong, start starting
ing starting i-W p.m., at wmcu we ton
i.nnauon rues will taice puce, wiu
oe ciosea wiin tne least 01 ugnis.
in this observance, nononag inc
epipnany, mejiioefs oi tne congre congregation
gation congregation leave the church witn lisui lisui-cu
cu lisui-cu canules.
BAPTIST CHURCH
Cristobal
Revival meetings which began
at the First lainmian Bapust
Churcn, Cristobal, t hunuay
with DtD. sioan 01 jhousiou,
iex., as evaugeust, continues to tomorrow
morrow tomorrow througu Wetbetsoay of the
coming week.
Interest Is being displayed in
these meetings,, marKeu 0 iar.je
crowds, muaic and sjrmon$. Ihe
toilowihg are special' services list listed:
ed: listed: tomorrow .at :4a a.m. Sunday-
acnooi lor aU'ages. 11 a,m. re revival
vival revival meeting with Dr. DE. Slon
as evangelist. 6:00 p.m. Training
Union. At 7 p.m. Revival Meet Meeting.
ing. Meeting. Monday at 7:30 p.m. "Women's
Night." Tuesday at 7:30 p.m.
"Men's Night" Wednesday at Y ;3j)
p.m. farewell service for Dr.
Sioan. Special feature," "Family
Niaht."
ST. LUKE'S
Anon
The three leawlmg dignitaries of
the order of Masons in the Canal
Zone and the state of Massachu Massachusetts
setts Massachusetts will be guests of honor at
the 11 o'clock service of Morning
Prayer at the Cathedral of St.
T.nkp tomorrow morning.
The Most Worshipful Brother
Andrew G. Jenkins, urand Mas Master
ter Master of Masons in Massachusetts,
and the Right Worshipful Geotge
N. Upton, Grand Marshal of 4he
Grand Lodge of Massachusetts,
will 'be in the congregation, and
10-Year-Old Mother
Still Doesn't Grasp
Fad She Has Son
SAN FRANCISCO (UP )-A 10-year-old
San Jose, Calif., 8ool
girl, who gave birth to a seven
pound boy Tuesday night, still
"doesn t realize wnat nappeneu,
according to officials at St. Eliza
beth's Shelter.
The third grader, of Spanish-
American ancestry, was carrying
her ) doll when she was brought
to the Roman Catholic home for
unwed mothers a month ago. Mie
gave birth by.Chesarean section.
Dr. Chester L. uooiey, cmei m
the medical staff of bt. Eliza
beths Hospital, said both tne
mother and the baby were in good
condition, but pomted out tnat tne
girl hasn't even asked to ee the
child. t L
"We will leave that up to her,
of course, he said; "It's her
baby, and if she wants to see it,
she can." v
The doctor said the 85 pound
mother asked on the delivery
table if it would hurt.
"Well, could I have an orange
first?" she added.
The youngest such, case in med medical
ical medical annals was that of a 5V4-year-old
Peruvian girl who gave
birth some years ago; A nine-year-old
Negro girl gave birth m
Little Rock, Ark., last summer.
Sister-Celestine of ST. Eliza Elizabeth's
beth's Elizabeth's said the San Jose girl
came to the hospital as a ward
of the Santa Clara County juve juvenile
nile juvenile court.
The girl charged tnat the father
of her child wis Harry N. Lee,
29, her mother's common law
husband. Lee denied the accusa accusation
tion accusation and pleaded innocent in jU jU-perior
perior jU-perior court last Week to charges
of lewd and lascivious conduct.
His trial is pending.
Sister Celestine saifl tn gin's
mother .av adopt the baby as
her own, but said the future of
both the child mother and the
bahv will be determined by the
court.
The ntjn said 61 other inmates
of the shelter, all unwed mothers,
have made a pet of the child and
"mothered" her during her con confinement.
finement. confinement. I
"She's had more attention here
and better food than she ever had
in her life," the nun said. "I
think she'll adjust very well.
TWINS BUCK ODDS
MENASHA, Wis. (UP) The
twin boy and girl born today
to the Dalton Schoenings are
pretty special. They, are the third
set or boy girl twins in the
Scheming family, something stat statisticians
isticians statisticians say happens only once
in seven million times.

all members will have the oppor

tunity 01 meeting mem at me
"Coffee Minute" after service la
Bishop Morris Hall. The Right
Worshipful District Grand Master
of Masons In the Canal Zone,
George Fullman, will read the
Bible lessons during the- service.
'Bishop R. Heber Gooden will

Local Pastor To Appear As Soloist
With Billy Graham s Panama Crusade

The executive committee for the
Billy Graham Panama crusade has
announced a special treat tor the
Atlantic side services beginning
reo. z.
The well known Panamanian
baritone,' the Rev. Alien Wentt will
appear nightly as soloist with the
Grady Wi son team in the Colon
Arena He will Share honors .with
Joe Emerson during the Five serv services
ices services to be held in the Arena.
Born in Jamaica.Hhe Rev -Wentt
has spent most of his life in Pa Panama.
nama. Panama. At Jhe present time he is
the EoiscoDal Da si or at St. Alban's
Church at Paraiso, Canal Zone.
At an early age, While study 1
ing at the Academy in Colon, he
was wcil-known lor his outstand outstanding
ing outstanding voice. It was through the en encouragement
couragement encouragement of his friend that he
enrolled at (he National Institute
pf Music where he studied undr
Prot. Martha Spoel.
It was the ministry that made
him give up his musical career.
and since then has dedicated, his
li e to the evangelical ministry.
The Rev. Wentt attended theologi theological
cal theological training in New Haven, Conn,
where he was ordained a deacon
Upon returning to Panama, Bi Bishop
shop Bishop R. Heber Gooden ordained
him into the priesthood in Decem December
ber December 1956.
Wentt joined the Graham orga
nization m Puerto Rico 'or his
Caribbean crusade. Beside Pana
ma and Puerto Rico, the Crusade
will take them to Barbados, Trini-

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The most sublime of all human needs is the
need of Worship ... Meet that desire in the
reverent holiness of God's sanctuary.

9:3nSUNDAY SCfiOOL. (classes for all ages)
"Trained teachers, the open Bible, graded workbooks
are a part of our S. 8. Do you care enough to give your
family sound Bible Caching? You will find a place
friendly and eager to see your in S. 8."
1 1 :0A "WHAT PRICE VICTORY ?"
'Many Christians are defeated because tltey have never
yielded the known andjinknown to GoU Victory in your
life will .cast! Read Joshua S and 10."
6 :00-JET CADETS nd HI SCHOOL
,Give your youth Christian training; deter delinquency.
7:00-"INVESTMENT WITHOUT DIVIDENDS"
"The desire of most men is to get ahead in life. Yet
many invest where there will be no dividends. Place
rour life In God's work and Kingdom 1"
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ATTEND BILLY GRAHAM CRUSApE Feb, 2-8

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(Hear them on CFN-U 6:30 Tonia;ht)
SATURDAY -7:00 P.M.
Thrilling Missionary Film "Before Tlje Harvest"
Request1 Night bv LYMAN LANDAAS
. Speaker DON ROBERTSON
SUNDAY MORNING and EVENING
:30-MORNING WORSHIP 10:40
ED LYMAN DON LANDAAS
Pastor BEEBY Speaking
Children's Chapel DON ROBERTSON
9:30-SUNI)AY SCHOOL (classes for all ages)
Rally in 'Each Department
Word of Life Teain
(1:30 BAPTIST TRAINING UNION

h 7:30 EVANUEUST

LYMAN LANDAAS ROBERTSON
-,-Word Of Life lNam

Everyone Welcome

Ibe the preacher at the service,

which will be conducted by th.
Rev. Maioert J. Peterson, dean of
the Cathedral
The Rev. Samuel Walden will
assist during the service. The
choir will sing the a capella an anthem
them anthem "I Praised the Earth" by
Henry Carey.
The Rev. ALLAN WENT
dad, Venezuela, Costa Rica and
Mexico.
Crusade services will also be
held in the old Tivoli Commissary
building during the first five days
starting on Sunday, the second of
February.
Graham will appear in the Pa Panama
nama Panama Stadium on Feb. 7 and I
and depart Feb. 9 for San Jose,
Costa Rica, where his next will
crusade will be held.
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GAY PANCI N U PANAMA HILTON PATIO TONIGHT
TO DECJDI WHO WILL REIGN AS CARNIVAL QUEEN
Who will reign over the coming Cstrnival celebration U1
be decided tonight at gala dance to be held to tna patio
of El Panama Hilton Hotel Rita Burrell, attractive debu debu-tante,
tante, debu-tante, to the leading candidate to date.
Each of the candidates will make lively entrances into
the patio and will dance the Panamanian "tamborito '. In
a room reserved for vote counting results will be tallied and
announced during the evening.

Orchestras tor dancing will be
Kiie Perez's Television Orchestra
and the Murga 3and. Of Of-fioal
fioal Of-fioal ttroto of the Nalwnal car carnival
nival carnival Queen will be at the El ra ra-mmi
mmi ra-mmi Millon.

Meanwhile, a rbayl welcome is

being prepared tor me nncii
Queen and the Queen of the Union
Club when they arrive in tfalbot

oncial flag raising ceremony in
Balboa, and it has been pointed

out that this will be an excellent

opportunity for camera enthusi
asts to obtain pictures.

Fartwell'Stag Party
For Arthur Morgan
At Goit Club i onion t

Arthur Morgan, dipper drldge

operators and senior American em
move .of the Company-Govern

ment organization from pint of

service, will be honored tonight,

at a stag farewell party and the

Gamboa Golf UUB.

Mr. Morsan is retiring this

month after over 45 year of ser-

vict in the Canal Zone, all of .t

with the Dredging Division. He

will reman on the Isthmus.

Tickets for the farewell party,
at JU.50 a person, cover a buffet

supper and armies, iney are avau

abie at the Gamboa Golf Club or
from Earl E. Mullins, telephone

6-184.

Count, Countess Portalis

Guests For Dinner

At French Embassy

The Ambassador of Fiance in

Monday at 4:3u p.m. U lsise uieranams uonei yasse, uean w, Pk00,r,fie Works

blue and white Carnival tlaa in, the Diplomatic urps, aim Mrs.New 0 Exnibit
the circle in uoat oi ifce Balboa Vasse entertained at a dinner At USo.JWB Oalftry

Elementary School. ueiu at ht Embassy residence on ; An unusually tint exhibit of
At the circle, the Wucns and La Cresta Thursday evening "ijkUck and white photographic
thtir courts will be greeted by honor of the co-director of I WOrkn of Louis B. Kauf is on

GOV. William E. t'Olier, muupjyjranama nairn nu irusi exhibit at the USO-JWB Art Gal

and civilian oniciais n imvi vmui nitcuuc uui
resident! of the Caual who; Countess Portalis.
will assist in geu,n tU 195& Car- i
nival season off to a Jvely start. j Italian Envoys

Also tO be present al nairjoa to i rimiiy wnwi

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Gulf Ports Closed
Because Of Storms

MEXICO CITY, Jan. 25 (UP-

The government ordered yester yesterday
day yesterday all Mexican gulf ports closed

to navigation until further notice
hscause of strong winds and rough
seas along the coast.
Three persons were reported
killed and nine others injured by
the storms.
Navy Secretary Adm. Roberto
Gomez Maqueo said reports re received
ceived received st his office indicated that
hazardous weather would continue
for the next three or four days.

Panama visitors will be

Miss Loreta Hirschfield and Gus
Ruscdimos, of CristoLal High
School, and Miss Luchita Burnllo
and Orlando Nunez, ol Balboa
High School, all dressed in the
Panamanian national costume.
The Queen oi the Balboa Arm Armed
ed Armed Service YMCA, who is to be
elected this week-end, also will be
a member of the Canal Zone dtle dtle-gallons.
gallons. dtle-gallons. Preceding the arrival of the
Queens and for their entertain entertainment
ment entertainment during the ceremony, music
will be played by a Balboa con con-junto
junto con-junto consisting of Victor Herj,
Chippy Arearraga, Victor Ame Ame-glio,
glio, Ame-glio, and Don Randel playing the
Following the raising ceremony
in Balboa, the Carnival delegations
will go to the Tivoli Guest House
where the Queen of the Panama
Carnival will raise 'he flsg 1n the
Tivoli patio where it will fly
throughout the Carnival stason.
The general public has been
cordially invited to join in the

GsfAfIT

Annuel ICS
Meeting Sunday
the annual meeting of the In International
ternational International Girl Scouts of the Can Canal
al Canal Zone will be held at the Santa
Cruz Elementary School tomorrow
eveninf beginning at T o'clock,
IBS Council HeWs
Annual Meeting
The annual meeting of the local
council of the International Boy
Scouts of the Canal Zone, held at
the Paraiso Elementary School

recently, will go down as one

S UM most coiortui ano interest interest-g
g interest-g in the annals of the organiza organization.
tion. organization. Ellis L. Pawcett, president; Ed Edward
ward Edward Green first vice president;
Cyril D. Atherley, second v i e e
president; Robert T. Ellis, trea treasurer;
surer; treasurer; and James A. Hassocks,
scoot commissioner, were unanim unanimously
ously unanimously re-elected for the Hit term
of office.
Highlights of the meeting in include:
clude: include: Tne observance of a "min "minute
ute "minute of silence" and prayers (of (of-ftred
ftred (of-ftred by the Rev. John Spalding),
for deceased and sich members,
and the late Wilson H. Crook, a
benefactor of the organization.
The presentation of a "T h an k
You Badge" to district commis commissioner
sioner commissioner Pegrl Ei Ford for outstand outstanding
ing outstanding services rendered the organi organization
zation organization (Ford was presented with
Hit eervice award by Gilberto
Mauhier, chief scout of the Pana Panama
ma Panama Scout Association, and secret secretary
ary secretary of the French Embassy, who
wis a special guest at the meet meeting);
ing); meeting); The ratification of the "Wood
Badge training course," sponsor sponsored
ed sponsored by the Interamerican Assoeja Assoeja-tlen
tlen Assoeja-tlen of World Scouting to be eon eon-ducted
ducted eon-ducted jointly by the Panama
Scout Association, the Canal Zone
Council 801, Boy Scouts of Ameri America,
ca, America, and e Local Council, Inter International
national International Boy $couts of the Canal
Zone, with an official from the
American Association as the depu deputy,
ty, deputy, camp chief. The course is sched scheduled
uled scheduled to take place to Campel Vol Vol-can
can Vol-can next Feb. 10 to 20.

The council of approved eight
Candidates and three alternates

all members of the Local Council,
for the course, and invitations
signed by the council's president.
Were presented by the. scout executive.

The wood badge training course

is the highest term of leadership
framing in Scoutcraft, and it will
be the first time such a course is

given in this area. Scout executive

Raymond George, who earned h's
(wood badge insignia) in the U U-nited
nited U-nited States several years ago,
will be one of the deputy assist assistant
ant assistant camp chief along with Mau-

nier from the Panama Scout As

sociation.

Among other matters dealt with
was the council's annual campo campo-ree
ree campo-ree to be held at Rainbow City,
this weekend, and the observance
of "Boy Scout Week" slated for
April 13 to 13, on both, sides of
the Isthmus with all units (Paci (Pacific
fic (Pacific and Atlantic) concluding at
Santa Cruz In a joint pow-wow and
camD fire on Saturday evening,
April IS.

Mrs. Mario Majoli and Franco

Majoli, wile and son of Dr. Mario
Majoli, newly appointed Ambas Ambassador
sador Ambassador of Italy in Panama, arriv arrived
ed arrived oh the Isthmus by boat yester yesterday.
day. yesterday.

Mr. and Mrs. McAndrews
Announce Daughter's Birth
Mr. and Mrs. T. B. McAndrtws
of Gamboa announce the birth of
their fifth child, third daughter,
Jan. 13 at Gorgas Hospital. The
child has been named Kathleen
Sofia. A
Melanson Retirement
Party Slated Tonight
Mr. Walter T. Melanson will be
honored this evening with a stag
rttirement party to be held at v
o'clock at the Elks' Home in Bra Brazos
zos Brazos Heights. Mr. Melanson will
retire this month from the Pana Panama
ma Panama Canal Co.
Shower Planned
For Bride-elect
A brwil shower for Miss Betty
Coppenitaver is being planned for
Tuesday, Jan. 28, at 7:30 p.m. in
St. Mary's Mission Hall, Balboa.
Hostesses will be Mrs, Danny
Haggerty, Mrs. George Leber and
Mrs. Robert Thompson.
Miss Coppenhaver, who it the
daughter of Mr. Jack Coppenhav Coppenhaver
er Coppenhaver of Cocoli and Mrs. Dolores Cop Cop-ptnhaver
ptnhaver Cop-ptnhaver of Curundu, will be
married at the Ft. Amador Cha Chapel
pel Chapel on Feb. 15 to Mr. Gerald T.
Blackburn, son of Mrs. and Mrs.
Alvan Blackburn of Wellington,
Utah.

She is a graduate of Balboa

High School, class of 1957. Mr.
Blackburn it a member of the
Armed Forces stationed at Ft.
Clatyon.
Mr. and Mrs. Allen
Entertain Tourists

Mr. and Mrs. William Allen of

the 15th Naval District entertain

ed at a dinntr held in their home

recently for Dr. and Mrs. Albert

Kushner ot Topeka, Kansas, who
were cruise passengers aboard

the S-S Kungshoim.

Dr. and Mrs, Kushner are

friends of Col, and Mss. William
N. Hornish wno formerly were
stationed here with the U. S. Ar Army
my Army Caribbean.
Mrs. I. A. Irb7
It Visiter Here
Mrs. E. A. Erbe of Orlandun,
Fla., a former resident of the Ca Canal
nal Canal Zone, is visiting on the Isth Isthmus
mus Isthmus as a house guest of her son
and daughter-in-law, Mr. and
Mrs. Richards K. Erbe of Los

lery, under the joint auspices of

the Atlantic Side Camera Club

and the Canal Zone Art League.
Mr. Kaufer, who is a member
of the Photographic Society of
America, has used unusual and
delightful techniques in present presenting
ing presenting his varied subject matter.
The 14 photographs, whiih
have been shown in Cristobal,
Mexico and the United States be before
fore before this current showing, vary in

prestntation from rather abstract

studits of water and light, to he

deailed work of the altar in the

Church of the Golden Altar m Pa Panama
nama Panama City.
The exhibit will remain on dis

play through Feb. 1. A cordial
invitation is extended to the men
of the Armed Forced and thtir

dependents, and to the public of

Panama and the Canal Zone to

visit the USO-JWB Gallery, which
is open to the public daily from
9 a.m. to 10 p.m.

By OSWALD JACOBY
Written for NSA Service

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RAMONA PASOS, charming Panama High School student, is
shown (left) receiving a gold wrist watch from Dorothy Kll Kll-gallen
gallen Kll-gallen (right), famous New York columnist and TV panelist,
after winning first arize aa the most beautiful orirl in the

Miss New Yorker Contest of 1957. Sugar Ray Robinson was 1

on nana at the 11th anniversary of his cafe celebration. Miss
Pasos la the daughter of Mrs. Carmen Balfour Pasos and is
on the nursing staff of the New York Metropolitan Hospital.

Czech Minister
Visits Indonesia
JAKARTA, Indonesia, Jan. 25
(UP) Prime Minister Viliam Sir-

oky of Czechoslovakia arrived eys-

terday for a stven-day state visit
to Indonesia.
He was greeted at the airport

by Indonesian Prime Minister

Djuanda who said his country was
"honored to receive such revered

guests from a friendly country."

Siroky said he hoped to discuss
affairs relating to "cooperation"
between Czechoslovakia and Indo

nesia.

BORN, DIED TOGETHER
SOUTH SHIELDS, England
(UP) David Reay and his wife

Mary, who were born on the
same dav and died the same day.

were c r e m ate d together to

day. Both were bom June 19, 74

years ago. They died within three
hours of each other last week aft

er both suffered strokes at their
home here.

German Freighter

Breaks On Sandbar
HELSINKI, Finaldn, Jan. M
(UP)-The 8,000-ton German

freighter Rhein broke m two after
running aground on a sandbar off
an island at the southwestern tip
of Finland yesterday. All 21 crew crewmen
men crewmen were rescued.
The ship grounded near the
island of Utoe during a blirmg
snowstorm. Rescue vessels picked
up 19 crewmen from lifeboats and
two from the aft section of the
freighter.

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SI Joseph Credit

Union To Meet
Tomorrow Night
St. Joseph's prish Credit U U-nion
nion U-nion will hold its first annual meet meeting
ing meeting at St. Joseph's School, Colon,
tomorrow at 7 p.m.
Tht administrative council, the
credit committee, and the super supervising
vising supervising committee will give reports
of their work during the past
eyar.

The administrative council at

present consists of the following
memtvers:
Rev. Robert R. Vignola, Carlos
Lazarus, Lloyd Sttrlin, Anthony
Cabey, Thomas Riley, Paul Mar Martin
tin Martin and Eleanore Brossard.
Three new members will be ef effected
fected effected to the administrative coun council
cil council to replace Cabey, Riley and
Miss Brosaard.
The present credit committee
consist of: Jones E. Quinlan, Sa Samuel
muel Samuel Nightengale, Alex Grant.
One new member will be elect elected
ed elected to replace Grant.
The supervisory committee con consists
sists consists of: Colville J. McGrath, Ver Verne
ne Verne Richards, Raymcld Callender.
One new member will be elect elected
ed elected to replace Callender.
The past year, and the first
year of operation for the Ccredit U-

nion, has been a successful and

prosperous one. During this year
membership grew to 298. Over 200
loans were made to its members.
The uivon sponsored a month monthly
ly monthly social and education meeting
for all its members each month
at the St'. Joseph's school yard.

The unlucky expert dashed to

the door and blocked me off as I
tried to escape into the night,
When I saw that escape was im impossible,
possible, impossible, I relaxed and listened to

his tale of woe.

First came the bidding. His bid

of one, two and four spades were

all correct and a lucky player could

probably have afforded to redou redouble
ble redouble when East doubled the final
contract.

West opened the nine of dia

monds. Dummy's jack lost to
East's queen and East shifted to
the queen of hearts. North's ace

won the trick and the king and
another spade were played. The

story continued:

"East covered dummy s nine

with the ten and I finessed but
without much hope. The last time
I made an important finesse must

be five years back. Sure enough,

West produced the queen and

eventually l was sown two tricks.
"Well." I said, "your bidding
was beyond reproach, but your
partner might well have dropped

you at two spades. When your side

bids a tough game you can't al

ways expect to bring it home."
"I don t always expect to brlnf

it home," was the reply. "In fact

I never seem to be able to bring it

home. Furthermore, my opponents

always seem to Know it. That
blankkety-blank East only dou

bled because he knew that I was

the declarer!"

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TBI PANAMA AMERICAN AH INDEPENDENT DAILT NEWSPAPER
SATURDAY, JANUARY 25, 1951
Watson Leads Panama Open At Halfway Mark

PAGE SIX

JC Defeats BHS For 1st Win;

vs. Locky Strike Today

Kent

Interseholistie League
Standings
TMm Wt
Balboa High 1
Cristobal High 1 J
Junior College 1

Pacific Twilight League
Standings
Balboa High School 2 1
Kent Cigarettes 2 1
Lucky Strike 0 1
Junior College 1 2
Friday Night's Result

Junior College 2, Balboa High

Sohool 1.

7

Today's Oama 2 p.m.
Balboa Stadium

Xent Cigarettes vt Lucky Strike.
Sunior College scroed their first
win of the season Friday ugith

when they edged the league lead leading
ing leading Balboa High School 2 to 1,
in a fast and exciting ball game,
Ronnie Mead and Fred Harley
hooked up in a brilliant pitcher's
duel before an enthusiastic large
crowd. For the second time in
two weeks these two teams play played
ed played seven innings in an hour and
a half.

Hammond opened the bottom of

the first for College with a single
and Oakley went down on strikes
for the first out. Joe Cicero ham hammered
mered hammered a whistling liner over short shortstop
stop shortstop into left centerfield and the
speedy shortstop circled the bases

behind Hammond as the high
School outfielders chased the ball
to the fence in deep left center.
Alexander followed Cicero at bat

and was safe on Hitchcock s boot
and tiie 'jc centerfielder stole se second
cond second and then went to third on
Harley's balk. Harley put the
brakes on the JCers at this point
getting Hatchett on strikes and
forcing Schneider to pop up to
Ness at first base.
Head scattered four hits over
the seven inning route giving up
singles in the second to Hitchcock,
a single to Ryter in the third, a
hit to Million in the fifth and a
single to Parker in the seventh.

Mead walked three and sent eight
batters down on strikes to register

his iirst win in three game.

Balboa High scored their run

in the top of the seventh.
The defeat was the first suffer

ed by the Schoolboys this seasoh

and cut their lead in the Inter

scholastic League. The setback also

dropped them into a tie with Kent

in the Pacific Twilight League

Three games between the Paci

fic side Schools are included in

the twiloop schedule.

Today Kent will take on Lucky

StrDfe at 2 p.m. at Balboa Sta

dium. A win for Kent will place

them in the top spot and the

Strikers will be out looking for
their first win.
Bill Pretto will pitch for Kent
with Pete Sals behind the bat and
Manager Jack Love will make his
first start on the mound for Lucky
Strike.
The box score:

Balboa High SchoolAb It H Pi A

Wall, Oliver Runnersup

After MJfider-Par Round;

Hinkle Still Tap Amateur

French, cf

Barbier, rf
Ryter, ss
Chase, If
Ness, lb
Parker, 3b
Hitchcock, 2b
MiMion, c

Harley, p

A-Trimble

Sports Briefs

25 1 4 II 7

TODAY ENCANTO 35-.20

Double m ChinemaScope!
Pat Boone in
"BERNARD INE"
. Jayne Mansfield h
I "WAYWARD BUS"

15

TODAY IDEAL .25

Jack Palance in
"MAN IN THE ATTIC"
Dermon Wanch in
"FLOATING DUTCHMAN"

CORN HUSKER SCRATCHED

ARCADIA, Calif. (UP) Be Because
cause Because of recurring tendon trou trouble,
ble, trouble, the Llangollen Farm's Corn
Husker will not be able to run
in this year's $100,000 Santa Anita

Handicap. Corn Husker. last

year's top handicap horse on the

west coast, won the 1957 Santa
Anita -'cap as well as the $101), $101),-000
000 $101),-000 San Juan Capistrano.
EAGLES SIGN PAIR

PHILADELPHIA (UP) Tac
kle- Al Richardson of Gramblmg

college ana naiiDack Joe Fagliei

of Clemson College, both free

agents, have signed 1958 National

football League contracts with

the Philadelphia Eagles. Richard

son is from New Orleans and
Pagliei is from Clairton, Pa.

Junior College
Hammond, 2b
Oakley, 3b
Cicero, ss

Alexander, cf
Hatchett, c
Schneider, lb
Linares, If

Mead, p
Doian, rf

Ab R H Po A
3 113 1

24 2 3 21 t

Scores by Innings

Balboa High 0-0-0 0-0-O-11 4 2

Junior College 2-0-0 0-0-0 x 2 31

x Struck out for Harley m the
seventh. Errors Hammond,

nucncocK z. first Dase on halls

Mead 3, Harley 1. Struck out by
Mead 8, Harlev 4. Balk Har

ley. Home run Cicero. Winning

pucner Mead u-i). Losing
pitcher Harley (0-1). Umpires

w. wiinams and r Corrigan

Scorer Mead. Time of game

By WALTER C. WATSON

Bob Watson, a young pro from Ohio, showed the

local golf fans that his f our-under-par on Thursday
was no flash in the pan as he calmly went about his
business yesterday to card a 66, enough to give him

a one-stroke lead aver Porky Oliver and Art Wall
with scores of 134 for Watson and 135 for the little
round man and Wall at the end of the first 36 holes
of the S10,000 Panama Invitational Open golf cham

pionships being played at the Panama boll Uftib.

Watson's steady playing was al

most overlooked by most of the

gallery as Oliver gave a demon demonstration
stration demonstration on the first nine holes that
shattered the mark of 31 held by
Roberto DeVicenzo since 1955.
Wall Droceeded to do the same on

the last nine. They both earded 30

for nine holes.

Oliver was nothing short of sen

sational as he birdied the first

three holes, bogied the fourth, bir

died the fifth, sixth, seventn ana
eiehth and for the first time in his

early play got a par on the ninth

hole. Oliver encountered amicuity
on number 12 for the second
straight day and got a bogey. Con Continuing
tinuing Continuing on his merry way he bir

died 14 and IT to finisn tne day
with a 30-35 an da total of 65.

Art Wall, one of the very pop popular
ular popular pros and a man who it
quiet but all business, started
slowly but blistered Hi course
on the way in. Ho had birdies on
the second and fifth holes, bo bo-geyed
geyed bo-geyed the sixth and cam in one
under par.

He literally tore the course apart

from then on as he birdied the

10th, 11th, 18th and 13th in a row,
parred the next three and in mag

nificent fashion tunned tne mn

and 18th for 30 on the last nine

and a total of 65 for the day.

The coincidence of the first two

davs worth mentioning is that Oil

ver and Wall carded identical

scores on both days. Wall's 135 be

ing seven strokes under his 1957

to'l for 36 holes.

Bourne vs. Claudio Martinez
In 'Rubber Match' Tomorrow

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IRODSTEIGEHARM I
j T 0 D A Y I MIDNIGHT SHOW! I
ill em nt I rorert MrrrniTiu i- I M

U:00p.m. I "THE BIG STEEL"

. t

ing time and arrives at the course

with just enough time to change
his clothes and not even a minute

to practice his putting is one for
the books and again the fans sa

lute a true sportsman whose love
of the game and of fair Dlav hav

always earned him special men mention.
tion. mention. The open is still anybody's, with
but seven strokes between Watson
at 134, and Osvaldo De Viren

Don January, Ted Kroll and Dick
Metx who are tied in seventh place
with Ml each.

However, if Watson. Oliver and

Wall keep on playing as if they

were me soie possessors of all ti title
tle title rights to the Panama Golf
Course it will be mighty hard if
not impossible to beat them.

li tne field narrow rinum tn

these three at the end of today's
play this writer would have to go
with Wall tomorrow. But, why get
ahead of ourselves, who knows
what today will bring?
The Mores:

Tho scores oftht low SO ama

teurs ana visitors are as follow:

Former bantamweight cham cham-oion
oion cham-oion Melvin Bourne and top 118

pound contender Claudio Martinez

were scneauiea iot omy ugiu ex exercises
ercises exercises today as they waited for
their big ten-round return match
at the National Gym tomorrow
night.
Bourne, who had a sad expen expen-iast
iast expen-iast November, because he

was overweight for a title bout with

Caludio, apparently is taxing no
chances ot not making the requir-
aA 193 nminria for tomorrow S

match, and paying a aw weim
tnrfpit

. .A.

The Chorrmo mauler maae u

pounds yesterday after tnree
rounds of sparring, and trainer
Anhrev Woodrutf said he expect-

1 i 1(M

oH him to tin tne scaies ai m

pounds at weighing in time tomor

Melvin TKO'ed Claudio dui iosi

hu titip that November outing

after he weighed in at 123

pounds insteau o. the 118 pounus
hp had aereed to make in defense

of the crown ne naa neia lor uve
ye?rs-...

He also lost a ?au weigm u

and was lined $i by tne Mana Manama
ma Manama Boxing Commission for what
thtv termed "bad faith" in his

being six and a tiaif pounds over

the iinut.
Claudio. a crowd-pleaser who -al

ways puts out his best in tne
ring, is expected to make 121
pounds for tomorrow's headliner.
A natural bantam, he has been
allowed to eat heartily during the
training period and has taken spe special
cial special exercises with a view to keep keeping
ing keeping his weights up.
I'.lmtrlin won a DODular unanim

ous decision over his rival in their
iirst meeting. Tomorrow's rubber
match will settle the question of
who's superior.

The sixth annual Gamboa Civic

Council Swim Meet to be held at

Gamboa Pool on February 21 will

feature a 40 event program which

Sixth Gamboa Civic Council

Swin Meet Set For Feb. 21

includes events for junior and sen- en.

24. 50-yd. Backstroke, Girls IS
and 14 years old.
25. 100-yd. Butterfly Breast, Men.

26. 50-yd. Butterfly Breast, worn-

ART WALL
But fine golf was not limited to
the above three yesterday. Par
Pete Cooper, determined te keep
within striking distance, and Dow
PinsterwaM, a late arrival who
didn't have a chance for a prac practice
tice practice round before tho open got
underway in with five under pur
scores of 67 far two day totals of
137 and 131, respectively.

Arnold Palmer lost the touch
yesterday and eame in with a one

over par 73 to give him a second

round total of 139. Palmer parred

every hole on tne course except
the No. 9, where he went out of

bounds, but he recovered brilliant brilliantly
ly brilliantly to end np one over.

Defending champion, Doug Ford,

showed signs of his championship
caliber yesterday When he came in
with a 68 for a total of 142. Ford's

game was much steadier than the
day before when he racked, up a

two over par 74. His large follow

ing in the gallery was greatly re

assured and at the end of the day
many were the comments that still

counted Ford with a great chance

to cop the big money and the Sea

gram Cup.

In the ranks of the amateurs the

modest, quiet 20-year-old Isthmian
champ, Sandy Hinkle, won medal

ist honors as he carded 73 for a
total of 142 in 38 holes, three

strokes better than Dorsey Never-

gall his closest opponent. This out

standing local golfer, playing in a
threesome with President Ernesto
de la Guardia, Jr., and Osvaldo De
Vicenzo, is now seven strokes un

der the 149 carded by Billy Watts.

last year's amateur champion, at

the end of the second round of plav

ine pest cards in the amateur

division yesterday were turned in

by Dorsey Nevergall and Dr. Earl

Gerrans. Both had 71 and Dr. Ger

rans with a two-day total of 148 is
three strokes under his 1957 mark

for 36 holes.

Johnny MacMurray, winner of
the Panama Open four rimes,
had trouble on the back nine and

carded 75 as ho joined Le Brun,

who also had a 75, in a tie for
third place honors with 147. As
in the case of Oliver and Wall

both of these excellent local golf-

art nave had identical scores for

the two days of play.

the President played a steadv

game and came in with 83 for a
two-day total of 163. A acorw of as

for an executive who leaves Ms

aesK 30 to 50 minutes before start

Hinkle

Nevergall
Le Brun
J. MacMurray
Gerrans
Riley
C. MacMurray
DesLondes Jr.

Galindo
Muellar

Cor sale

Hauso

Connor
Col. IBabb

Lomhrois

Mathieson

Moran

Jankus

Beau
Monica
Ladd

Clisbeo

Sterlin
Leweter
J. Kline

Daniel

Jacks
Davie
Kincaid
Col. Donovan
McAmis
Laly

sgt. KUna
Dalton
DeSola
Col. Hurr

E. do la Guardia

F. Guirola

69 40-33-142

74 35-36-145

72 39-38-147
72 37-38-147
77 37-34148

71 39-39-149

74 37-38-149
75 38-36-149
75 36-39-150

74 38-38-150
74 4046-150

73 43-34-150
77 38-36-151
76 3640-15-2
79 3836133
77 3947-193

76 37-40153

74 40-39153

82 36-36-154
78 3641-155
80 4036156
78 43-35-156

76 384215-6

79 3642-15-7
77 40-41158
79 43-37159
81 41-37-159

84 37-39-160
85 373-8-160

78 44-39161

81 41-40-162

83 43-37163

82 4041163
79 4242-163

82 3942-163

85 4038163

80 4043-163
85 4541-171

Teenage Champions
In The Making
By FASTLICH LEAGUER
The Fastlich League is the prov

ine srounda of many future cham

Dions. The lads who today play

hard and with deep conviction of

the importance of sports may ea easily
sily easily become the stars of tomor tomorrow.
row. tomorrow. There is a boy by tho name of

Larrv French who is new this

year m tne League wno is giving

ball fans a lot to tmnK snout, lie

was a battine and tieioine star

last year in the Pacific Little

League.

He seems to have what it taxes

to be a real future champion,
providing he keeps up the good
work, for it is the constant- man

who makes the grade in an num
an endeavors.

French is currently batting .533,

and in one of the last games he

went 8 for 4, having handled i
chances without any errors.

In fact. French has niaved er

rorless ball all season. We are sure

he will try very hard to maintain
his record thus far and, if possi possible,
ble, possible, do even better as he goes a-

long.

Since we are on the subject of

ball playing and ball players, it is
only fair that we bring to the fore
the subject of discipline in a team,
for it is one of the most import

ant elements.

By no means are we against any

player who wants to give his own
personality a chance to ride free.
But team work is indispensable,

tmd knowing how to cooperate in

a team is often tne truest sign or
real sportsmanship that there is.

a team is ilka an army on a
small scale. Following instruc

tions, though irksome at times, u u-sually
sually u-sually results in winning advant advantages
ages advantages for all. It is a great man who

can sacrifice some of his ambi

tion for the benefit of his asso

ciates. Helping others and serv serving
ing serving others is equivalent to helping
and serving ourselves. A team
brings out the bast in us. or the

worst, if we are careless and sel-

nsh.

ior swimmers

The meet is sanctioned by the

Metropolitan Association of the
A.A.U. and is sponsored by the

Gamboa Civic Council in coopera

tion with the Division of Schools.

Trophies which have been pre

sented by various civic, fraternal,

and communities organizations
will be awarded to first, second,

and third place winners in the in individual
dividual individual events and to members of

the winning relay teams.

Entry forms are available at Ca

nal Zone U.S. pools and gymna

siums an dat pools operated by the

Armed Forces.
List and Order of Events
1. 220-yd. F.S., Men.
2. 100-yd. F.S.. Women.

3. 25-yd. F.S., Boys 7 years and

under.

4. 25-yd. F.S., Girls 7 years and

under.

5. 25-yd. F.S., Boys 8 years old.
6. 25-yd. F.S., Girls 8 years old.
7. 25-yd. F.S., Boys 9 years old.
8. 25-yd. F.S., Girls 9 years old.

9. 25-yd. F.S., Boys 10 years old.
10. 25-yd. F.S., Girls 10 years old.
11. 25-yd. F.S., Boys 11 years old.
12. 25-yd. F.S., Girls 11 years old.
13. 50-yd. F.S., Boys 12 years old.
15. 50-yd. F.S., Girls 12 years old.
15. 50-yd. F.S., Boys 13 and 14

years old.

16. 50-yd. F.S., Girls 13 and 14

years old.

17. 100-yd. Backstroke, Men.
18. 50-yd. Backstroke, Women.

19. 25-yd. Backstroke, Boys 9 and

10 years old.

20. 25-yd. Backstroke, Girls 9

and 10 years old.

21. 50-yd. Backstroke, Boys 11

and 12 years old

22. 50-yd. Backstroke, Girls 11

and 12 years old.

23. 50-yd. Backstroke, Boys 13

and 14 years old

A list of the pros and their Fri

aay scores art:

Watson

Oliver
Wall

Cooper

Finsterwald

Bayer
Palmer
R. de Vicenzo

O. de Vicenzo

Metz

January

Kroll

Vossler
Ford
Polo
Hernandez
Rid

Macarron
Mizer
Goodman

68 3531134
70 30-35-135
70 35-30135

70 35-32187
71 33-34138
69 33-37139
66 37-36-139

69 39-32140

68 37-36-141

70 3535141

72 35-35-141

72 35-34-141

71 35-36-142
74 33-35-142
74 36-36-146
74 86-37147
75 39-34-148

78 36-36-150

80 37-39-156

78 40-38-156

27. 25-yd. Butterfly Breast, Boys t
and 10 years old,
28. 25-yd. Butterfly Breast, Girls
9 and 10 years old.
29. 50-yd. Butterfly Breast, Boys
11 and 12 years old.
30. 50-yd. Butterfly Breast, Girls

11 and 12 years old.

31. 50-yd. Butterfly Breast, Boys

13 and 14 years old.

32. 50-yd. Butterfly Breast, Girls
13 and 14 years old.
33. 100-yd. F.S., Men.
34. 50-yd. F.S., Women.
35. 100-yd. F.S. Relay (4x25),
Boys 10 years and under.
36. 100-yd. F.S. Relay (4x25),
Girls 10 years and under.
37. 100-yd. F.S. Relay (4x25),
Boys 11 and 12 years old.

38. 100-yd. F.S. Relay (4x25), ;
Girls 11 and 12 years old.
39. 200-yd. F.S. Relay (4x25),
Boys 13 and 14 years old.
40. 200-yd. F.S. Relay (4x50),'
Men.

This meet is open to all Armed

Forces personnel and their de dependents,
pendents, dependents, students of the U.S.
schools and U.S. employes of the
Canal Zone and Armed Forces.

Place a check mark in front of
each event in which you wish to

compete.

Relay teams must be submitted
a steams not as individual entries.
Contestants may not compete in
more than 3 evetns. Age as of Feb.
21, 1958 will determine eligibility
for age group events. Contestants
may participate only in those
events for their age group.
Entries close at midnight Feb.
17, 1958. Entry forms must be
submitted. Only those who have
submitted entry forms will be per permitted
mitted permitted to compete. Mail or deliver
completed entries to: Gamboa
Pool, Gamboa, Canal Zone.

Mercury Outboard Defeats

CHS-Aliimiii After Finally
Getting Chance For Debut

Standings

Atlantic Twilight Baseball

Teams

Powells
Mercury Outboard
Cristobal High

LHS-Aiumni

Thursday's Results
Mercury Outboard 10, CHS A

lumni 1.

Tomorrow's Game
(Sunday 1:30 p.m.)

C.H.S. vs Powells

v TREVOR SIMONS

The rains finally halted on the

Atlantic side of the Isthmus, and
the Mercury Outboard team final

ly had an opportunity to make

thei

Cuban Bantam
Chu Chu Gutierrez

In Debut Tonight
Cuban bantamweight Chu-Chu
Gutierrez tonight makes Ms Pan Panama
ama Panama debut In a ten-rounder a a-gainst
gainst a-gainst Byron Cumberbatch at
tho National Gym.
The visitor will be matched a a-gainst
gainst a-gainst leading 118-pound contend contender
er contender Claudio Martinet and bantam
champ Edwin Sykes if he is an
Impressive winner over Cumber-batch.

French olavs well because he

plays, not only for himself, but
for his team, the Ocelots.
He undoubtedly is one of the
finest prospects to come up into

me rastiicn League in several

years. He is a true champion in

uus ill a King.
Yardley, Schayes
Pull Away In Pro
Cage Scoring Race

George Yardley of tho Detroit
Pistons and Adolph Schayes of the
Syracuse Nationals, the National
Basketball Assn.'s two top scor scorers
ers scorers this season, pulled away from
the field today and made the scor scoring
ing scoring race a virtual two-man affair.
Yardley. who led Schave hv

100 points before this weel'a ac

uun, canned 44 points in a losing

cause inursaay night to boost his

season noint total to 125ft

Schayes. the NBA's all-times por

ing leader, poured in 35 points to
lead the Nats' to a 101-88 win over
the PhUadelpMa Warriors and
boost bis season total to 1,172.
Bob Pettit of the St. Louis
Hawks, hobbled by an injured
hand and idle since Sunday, hi a

oiiiani tnira with 1,049.
Desnite YerriWi Tkarfnrm anna

the Pistons topped, an overtime

Leo-iiu decision to tho Minneapolis
Lakers.

WL Pet.

2 2 1.000
1 0 1.000
1 1 .500
ft S .000

fending champs, Powells, will re

sume activity at Mt. Hope sta

dium, tomorrow, at 1:30 o.m. when

they meet Cristobal High School
for the second time this year.

Noel Gibson will once again be

going to the hill for Powells in
quest of his thrid win of the sea season.
son. season. George Kirkland will be his

opponent. The Cristobal pitcher

has seen action in both Tiger game

so far this year, but neither time
has he been charged or credited

with the decision. Game time for

tomorrow's game will he 1:30

p.m.

Mercury Outboard

AB R H PO A

Cicero cf

McKeown. W. c

Aloise ss

Calm lb
Kirkland, L. rf
Hilliard rf

Hammond 2b

Turtle If
Lomedico If
Lombana 3b
Hinz p

eir debut in the Atlantic Twilight

Baseball League, more than one

weeks after the opening date. Their

first appearance at Mt. Hope Sta Stadium
dium Stadium resulted in a 10 to 1 win

over the cellar-dwelling Alumni

nine, then third in a row.

Charlie Hinz went the route for

Mercury and limited ALUMNI TO
shut-out victory going until the se seventh
venth seventh frame when a pair of mis mis-cues
cues mis-cues sent Alumni's Manuel Perez

across with the only run acainst

Hinz.

Raul Swalm started on the hill

for the last place club and was Weigle lb

charged with the loss, though he Hernandez rf

deserved a better fate. Swalm was Hay den ss
nicked for only two hits in the St.. Cvr 2h

i our innings ne worxeu, out found Perez 3b

nunseit trailing on the short end Hale cf

of a 9 to 0 score. John Coffey Brittle If

came in relief and worked the Allen c

last three frames, turmne in aan Sanders e

excellent three-hit performance Swalm n

wnue anowing omy one Mercury Cofley p

run.

Jack Hammond, who had turn a i a m

mis m mree trips to tne plate and

scroed three juns, was the leading Score by Innings

muer ior tne night. Brittle had Mercury Onboard 2 3 1 2 0 1 1

pair ot singles for the losers. 10 5 4
Powells Plays CHS Tomorrow CHSAIumni 0 0 0 0 0 0 1
The league leader and de- -1 4 9

tft 10 111
CHS-Alumni
AB R H PO A

3 0 0 8 0

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2
3
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3
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2 0 0
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BALBOA THEATRE
Wednesday, February 1
2 SHOWS 2
Tickets now on aale at
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Chesterfield, Cerveza Balboa Clash In Single Game Tonight

SATURDAY, JANUARY 18. IMS

Carta Vieja Retains 2-Game
Lead By Splitting Doublebill

By J. J. HARRISON Jr.
Time's a-runnin' out on those two Pro Loop
hopefuls who still think they can catch up with the
league-leading Carta Vieja Yankees before the sea sea-ion
ion sea-ion ends Feb. 4.
The Yanks, who like Chesterfield have only
seven games left to plav, today still held their two two-game
game two-game margin over Cerveza Balboa, after they shut
out the Smokers 5-0 in the first contest of a double double-header
header double-header last night and then lost the nightcap 6-3.

Cerveia Balboa, who have eight

games to go, will meet the Smok Smoker
er Smoker tonight at 7 o'clock at the
Olympic Stadium.
Starting time his been moved up
i half hour to enable baseball fans

who are also boxing enthusiasts to
leave the stadium in time to take
in toaight'i Cumberbatch-Gutterrez

main bout at the National uvm
Wlnttnn Brown (4-3) of the Beer

men will oppose MamaVila Osorio
(12), of the Smokers.
the Yankees are scheduled to
meet Cerveza Balboa four more
timea and Chesterfield three more
times.
Carta Vleia. whe hat held dog

gedly ante the lead since Dec. W,
hat- enly beaten the Beermen six
Nf 13 games, but they have
stepped the Smekert nine timet
In 14 encountert thlt teaten.
A Yankee-Beerman game is on
tap at Colon Stadium tomorrow
morning.
In last night's lidlifter Jerry Da
vie scattered three hits, all singles,
at he breezed to hfs seventh win a a-gainst
gainst a-gainst four defeats. The Yanks ex
ploded with a total of five extra
base blows which included two
doubles by Tony Bartirome ad a
trinle by Whitey Schmidt.
Jim O'Reilly, who' was relieved
hv Osorio in the seventh, dropped

his third decision as compared to

two victories, The Smoker hurlers
allowed a total of eight safeties.
Eddie Napoleon blasted a tev
n!Vlnnlng homer, with a mate a a-board;
board; a-board; In the. nightcap to break
a 3-3 tie and tend the Smekert
en e v'letery.

Humberto Robinson picked up
his sixth triumph after taking ovef
for atarter Leonardo Ferguson in
the senth inning. Robby has tost
three games. Fefguson permitted
three of the four CV base knocks.
Napoleon, who also had' two
doubles, drove in three of the 11
Smoker tallies. Carl Duser went
the distance' to be charged with
his first setback. The lefty has won
twe ,
Star secondbaseman Chet Boak,
who suffered at busted middle fin finger
ger finger on his throwing hand in the
opener, will be lost to the Yankees
for the rest of the season'.

Boak injured the finger as he
took a throw from shortstop Bob

Barron to force Clyde Parris at
second base in the sixth.
Chat than got an assist in CV't
37th doubltplay ef the season by

firing te firtt te get Manito Bar Bar-nerd
nerd Bar-nerd and end the frame, but had
te be ruthad te the Santa Temat
hospital immediately where he
took three ttitchet on the injured
finger.
Dr. Alberto Bissott, who exam examined
ined examined the digit before sending the
infielder to the hospital, aaid there
was a possibility of Chefs losing
the fingernail.
X-Rays were to be taken today.
The 22-year-old native of New Newcastle,
castle, Newcastle, Pa., will leave for his home

earlv next week.

Regular thirdbaseman Spider

Wilhelm moved over to second and

Corky Glamp took over the hot
corner after Boak's mishap.

Ijflk uAAaflattaHatt

PANAMA PROFESSIONAL LEAGUE

Teamt
Carta Vigji

Cerveza Balboa
Chesterfield .

CV

x
7
5

CB
6
x
, 7

C
9
S
x

W
15
12
12

L
12
13
14

Pet CB
.556 g
.450 1
.462 2

Lost

.12 13 14 39 39

FORT CLAYTON JUNIOR CAVALIERS, who currently are leading the Armed Forces Teenagers Pacific Baseball League, by a
alight margin over the Albrook Flyers, are shown left to right: standing, MSgt. Clair A. Norman, manager -coach: Don
Barger, center filed; Frank Browning, left field; Jose Ortiz, 3rd base; Bud Batcheldor, 2nd base; Rubin Rivera, snon stop;
Bill Fields, Jcatcher; JohnPHunter, utility out-fielder; Mike Konclr, utility infleMers; MSgt. William Freeze, coach- Eugene
Landon, utility out-flelder; John Swanson, utility out fielder; Bert Swanson, right-field; Philip Bergere, bat boy; Doug Ber Ber-gere,
gere, Ber-gere, pitcher and George Silvaa, 1st base. (U.S. Army Photo)
1 1 1 la

TONIGHT'S GAME
At Olympic Stadium
Cerveza Bboa (Brown 4-3) vs. Chesterfield (Osorio -12)
Gams time 7 o'clock
TOMORROW'S GAME
At Colon Stadium
Carta Vieja vs. Cerveza Balboa
Game time) 10 a.m.

LAST NIGHT'S RESULTS (2)
At Olympic Stadium
1st game: Carta Vieja 5, Chesterfield 0.
2nd game: Chesterfield 6, Carta Vieja 3.

Basketball
Results

South
Knoxville 100 BWefield 76
Western Ky. 69 Middle Tenn. 87
East Tenn. 55 Appalachian 53
Loyola (La.) 75 Tampa 55
U. of the South 84 Florence St. 56
S. Car. St. 94 Beth.-Cookman 76
Midwrttt
Findlay 106 Huntington (Ind.) 89
Bowling Green. 73 Detroit 72
Sterling 69 Friends U. 61
Bradley 92 Wichita 83
Minot Tchrs 78 El lend ale Tch 60

. Southwest
Lon Morris 69 Letourneau Tech 18
Arkansas 50 Tulsa 43
E. Tex. St. 52 Midwestern (Tex)44

Tireless Frank Lane Eager
To Make Another Big Deal

SCRIBES HONOR DUDLIY
TORONTO (UP)- George S.
Dudley of Midland, Ont., secre secre-tarvwanaier
tarvwanaier secre-tarvwanaier of the Canadian

Amateur Hockey Assn., will be
the honored guest at the seventh
annual sports celebrity dinner of

the Ontario Sports Writers' and

Broadcasters' Assn., Jan. 27.

Other guests include Lew Bur Bur-dette
dette Bur-dette of the Milwaukee iBraves,
Gene' Tunney. golfer Al Balding.

hockev star Maurir. Richard and

jocxey jonnny iongaen.

bb gat,
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ly MILTON RICHMAN
NEW YORK, Jan. 85 (UP)-Tire-less
Frank Lane, eager to make
"a big deal, not just- a 25-cent
one," said today he will renew
his efforts to get either Billy
Martin or Harvey ,Kuenn from the
Detroit Tigers this weekend.
"I'm ready to make Detroit a
mighty good offer for Martin or
Kuenn," said Cleveland's color
ful general manager, who is in

New York for tomorrow s major

league meeting, "and I plan to

talk to Johnny Mchale (general

manager of the Tigers) about such

a deal this weekend."

The Detroit free-press report reported
ed reported that Lane also hat hit eye
on rucond baseman Frank Bvpl Bvpl-in
in Bvpl-in of the Indians and would be
wilting to giv up Vic Worts,

Chieo Carratejwel and Jim He Helen
len Helen to obtain him.
But McHale, in Detroit, said
he wouldn't' go for auch a deal.
"We certainly would like td have
Wert," McHale declared, "but
we wouldn't give up Boiling to
get him. If Cleveland would let
us have Wertz, we'd be glad to
give them a player or even a cou couple
ple couple of plaeyrs of comparable age
and experience. (
"As for Kuenn, the only way
we'd part with him is if we could
get a player who could almost
guarantee us the pennant. We plan
on keeping both him and Martin.
R took us a long time to get
Martin and we didn't get him to
trade hint."

la
taTJiii

McHale Indicated, however, that

if Lane would give relief pitcher

Kay mrieski, wertz, and Hegan

for Boiling he would be willing

to listen.

Thus far, Lane has been stymi stymied
ed stymied in his attempt to acquire se second
cond second baseman Bobby Richardson
and Rookie pitcher Jim Coates
from the Yankees for Narkeski but
he hasn't quit yet.
News from the other baseball
fronts was on the, quieter side.
Outfielder Del Ennis signed his
1958 contract with the St. Louis
Cardinals after receiving a slight
increase that brought his salary
"around $30,500."
Ennis' signing left only six Car Cardinals
dinals Cardinals who have not yet agreed
to terms. Stan Musial, Alvin Dark
and Wally Moon are among those

still unsigned.
The San Francisco Giants an

nounced the signing of D u sty

Knoaes, ossie virgrt ana iioosue

pitcher Joe Shipley.

Pitchers Connie Johnson, ; Art

Houtteman and John Fisher all
signed with Baltimore, making a

total of 12 who have okaiyed con
tracts with the Orioles for the com
ing campaign.

Second baseman Milt Graff and
pitcher Dave Newkirk came to

terms with the Kansas City Athle

tics, giving the A's a total of

eight signeesr
And third baseman. Willie Jones

accepted a Phillies' contract that

called for a cut from his 1957 pay

check. Jones, who batted .277 in

1956, slumped to .218 last season

0
BALBOA MIXED LIAGUf i

Life Savers I 4

Shaws 8 4
Firestone 8 4

Grecha Music 8 4

Ebonites 6 6

Vauxhall 6 6
Gillette 6 6
Pabst Blue 6 6
Ribbon Beer 5 7

Los Rios 5 7

National Electric 5 7

Turco Prodcutl 4 8

Diablo 4 8

Leading bowlers Men: Mead.

Carljn, Clonta; Womeat Williams,

Glud, Andrew.'

et

Carta Vioia

Bartirome, lb 4 2
Shantz, c 2 0

Boak, 2b 2 0

x-Hendricks 11

Glamp, 3b .' 0 0

DeGroote, If 3 l
Schmidt, rf 4 0

Barron, ss S 1
Kropf, cf 4 0
Wilhelm, 3b-2b 2 0
Davie, p 3 0

From
Scotland
every
precious

drop...

Ohe SetfdeS m tht Bfctutstg
BUCKa WHITE
SCOTCH WHISKY
"BUCHANAN'S"

Seventh Heaven

FIRST GAME

Ab ft H 0 A

Nabbed By Nap
SICONO CAMI

Carta Vie a Ab R H O A

0 Bartirome, lb 4 0 18

0 Kropf, cf 4 1 1 7 0
21 Barron, ss .-. 4 0 0 3 3

0 DeGroote, If 3 0 0 0

Schmidt, rf 4 0 p 2 o

Glamp, 3b 4 0 0 0 4

Wilhelm, 2b 4 2 2 1 0
Lopez, c 2 0 0 2 0

a-Hendricks 1 0 0 0
Duser, p 2 0 0 1

Totals

28 5 8 21 12

x-Singled for Boak in 7th.

Chesterfield

Parris, 2b 3 0

Bernard, ss 2 0

Napoleon, If 3 0

Prescott, if 3-o
Cobos, c 3 0
E. Osorio, lb 2

Mitchell, cf 2 0 1
Heron, 3b 1 0 0
O'Reilly, p 1 0 0
y-Reed 0 0 0

A. Osorio, p o o o

Firestone Tires 2
Grecha Music Shop 1
Firestone one of the occugants
of the top spot, had only one break

down when, they lost the middle
game. Outside of this the Tfte s
were; plenty rough on their rivals,
the Grecha Music Store did hot

come up with the proper instrum
ents tb trumpet more wins.

Bob Storey, relayed to his wife

Jeanne, ill in Gorges 1 a nifty 567

He had hero from Jerrv Hill 531

and John Edens 515. For the Music

and Record players Jesse Pate
and his pal Bud Moore played a

duet of 500 series. Jesse jarred a

548 and Bud busted 541.
Los Rios 3 Gillette Blades 0

The Gillette Blades ran into the
swift moving Los Rios, whose flow
of actual strikes and spares was
aided by 59 pins handicap per
game. 'This proved too much for

event the keen edged Gillette

Blades to cttt through and they
were swept down the. stream for

all three points. E. Z. Haynes was

easy-does-it with 537 for the Riv

ers, and Al Barnes boomed a 543.

uniy uttie carol Bowen kept up
the prestige of the iBlue Shirted

uiuettes witn 508.

UHMMMHy,.. i.. WaliMMBwemt)
Life Savers 2
Pabst Blue Ribbon Beer 1

Totals

32 3 4 24 9

Chesterfield

Heavyweigths Now Walking
Dead End Street' Despite
Flurry of Contract Signings

Diablo 3 Ebonite 3
The Diablo Devils dealt the Ebo-

nite Gus and Gusses a severe shnrk

Dy sweeping ail tnree games. In
the first two sames thev needed

their handicaD to set them

uic wiuuuik oarrier, out m tfte

imra tne uiadlos discarded the
handicap and took it on scratch

basis by 4 pins.

The Diablo lineun was snrmkieri

with four 500 sets. The Hnweard

husband and wifie tallied 521 and

si). K. Murphy made 86 and Se-

5nor Roush racked up 520. The-Ebo-

nite iornadoes who were not even

a stiff breeze this week. Joe Bur-

goon banked 510, Senorita Lan 506

and Joe Soto socked 566.
Turco Products 2
vauxall Cars 1
Vauxhall "Victors" from t h e
Civa showroom wre hitting on all

clyinders in the first game,, and

they registered it in the wh cl-

umn. But in the next two games
the Turco Products fouled up tne
Vauxhall spark plugs so that they

were aliened lor two points.
Mel Leldnee, the Turco's anchor

man, aunougn suitenng witn a

bad back, boosted his avesace

with 579 handicap series. For the

vauxnaus, Kay Walker walloped

the pins for 505 scratch and 547

hdep, and helomii him was the

lady with the slow ball, charm

ing Mrs. Freond finishing. up with

505,

ly OSCAR FRALSY

NEW YORK (UP)-The heavy heavyweights,
weights, heavyweights, from champion Floyd
Patterson on down, walked a
dead end street today despite a
flurry of contractual action.
Two, bouts among those in the
top 10 promised some activity.
But the ultimate goala heavy heavyweight
weight heavyweight title defense still was
stymied by a feud between tV
irc. nrt the Patterson camp.

And there's no Deace in Slgni.

F.Hdie Maphen. the toD ranking

riiallentfer. and Zora Foiley meet

in San Francisco on March IT and
Argentinian Alex Miteff will tack tackle
le tackle Cuba's Nino Valdes in Madison

oquare ui ueii uw. i.

Shuns IK ruppora ruppora-All
All ruppora-All this means is that the stand standings
ings standings dflthe top 10 challengers may
be juggled, because Cui D'Amito,
Pattefson's manager, will have
nothing to do with what he de describe
scribe describe as IBC puppets and places
Machefi, in particular, at the top
of hisTblack list.
D'Amato says he has "several
solid offers" for a title de'ensc
Patterson could make In the Unit United
ed United States.
"But it la very probable that
we will bo abroad this year," he

adds. "Harry Levine, an English

promoter who battles Jack soio soio-mons.
mons. soio-mons. the IBC man. is coming

here Friday. He is the kind of

man with whom I want to deal

a man who is actively and ag
aressive'y opposed to the IBC.

But D'Amato isn't revealing

any of his concerete plant.

"Every time I do," he charges, 'X
the IBC counter-attacks. They

tell the man I'm trying to line

up that i fhe fights Patterson he
will get ho more fights from their
fighters. So, all of a sudden, they-

are no longer available.
D'Amato reiterated that any-
body who "turned down a chance
to fight Patterson doesn't get an- J
ether crack." v ',
BBS
Backing Wreng Herte
"Jf they trted to black list me,"
he harked, "they'll find they were
backing the wrong horse." ..

U Amato a'so said ne isn't code
cerned with the ratings of the NsE

teOml JOXils j( .a4JHe m

"Qther champions fight nobod nobodies
ies nobodies and get away with it," he

argued. "Well, we have made as
many title defenses as Rocky
Marciano or any of them W" j
just as much money, too. Not
wm the WRA ran aw that T

have to fight any One guy."
II J,' '1

so mere a aeiiniie impasse.
It stands to reason that the top
10 won't break away from their
"union." They can keep. busy by
fighting esch other while osjsv
crack at an independent Patter Patterson
son Patterson could ruin their title hopej.
for all time.
Thus the fight fan Is doomed to
a series of "nothing" heavyweigBt
bouts and Patterson apparently
is. going to have to take his busi busi-ness
ness busi-ness abroad to prevent a repeti repetition
tion repetition oc the Rademacher fiasco.
Obviously D'Amato and the IBC
aren't going to bury the hatchet,
unless it's in each other's back.

Parris, 3b-2b 4 1 1 2 2
Bernard, ss ..4 1 1 1 0
Napoleon, If ....... 4 2 ) 4 0
Prescott, rf 4 0 0 4 0
Austin, 2b i 1 2 0 2
Heron, 3b l o l 0,0
E. Osorio, lb 3 0 1 6 2
Mitchell, cf .,.... 4 114 0
Cobos, c 3 0 1 4 1
Ferguson, p 2 0 0 0 0
Robinson, p 2 0 0 2 0
j Totals 34 6 11 27 7

Totals

y -Walked for O'Reilly in 6th.
Score ly Innings
Carta Vieja 001 100 3-5 8
Chesterfield 000 000 0-0 3

Scoro Bv Inninoi

20 0 3 21 7 Carta Vieja 101 110 000-3 4 0

Chesterfield 000 300 21x 6 11 1

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SaaMh Milifcy DtttHtan o!l Baa. 1"' tuaww A C. Lt4.

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SUMMARY Errors: E. Oso Osorio.
rio. Osorio. Runs batted in: Schmidt
2, Kropf, Hendricks. Earned runs:
Carta Vieja 5. Two Base hits: Bar Bartirome
tirome Bartirome 2, Barron, Kropf. Three
Base Hits: Schmidt. Doubleplays:
Davie, Barron, Bartirome; Bar Barron,
ron, Barron, Boak, Bartirome. .Sacrifice
Hits: Heron, Shantz. Wild pitch:
Davie. Struck out. by O'Reilly S,

Davie 2: Left on Base: Carta Vle

ia 8. Chesterfield 2. Pitchers rec

ord: O'Reilly 2 runs, 4 hits in 8 in innings.
nings. innings. Winning pitcher: Davie 7-4.
Losing pitcher: O'Reilly 3-2. Um

pires: mormon, Moore, Huzinger
Time of Game: 1:41.

SUMMARY Errors: Parris.
Runs 'batted in: Wilhelm, E. Oso-

O.rio 3, Kropf, Napoleon 2, Cobos.

Earned Runs: Chesterfield 6, Car

ta Vieja 3. Two Base Hits: Napo
leon (2), Bernard, Austin, Cobos.
Three Base Hits: E. Osorio. Home

runs: Wilhelm, Kropf, Napoleon.
Doubleplays: Bartirome, Barron.

Bartirome. Struck out by: Fergu

son 3, Duser 2, Robinson l. Base
on Balls off: Ferguson 5, Duser 2.
Left on Base: Carta Vieja 7. Ches Chesterfield
terfield Chesterfield 6. Pitchers Record: Fergu Ferguson
son Ferguson 3 runs, 3 hits in 6 Innings.
Winning Pitcher: Robinson 6-3.
Losing Pitcher: Duser 2-1. Um Umpires:
pires: Umpires: Hinds, Hilsinger, Thornton.
Time of Game: 2:10.

OIANTS SION LINEBACKER

NEW YORK (UP) Donnie Car Caraway,
away, Caraway, 23-year-old linebacker and
fullback from the University of

Houston, has signed with the New
York Giants. Caraway was the

Fight Results

This was the match of the eve

ning, each game went right down
to the wire, before a winner was
declared. Pabst Blue Ribbon Beer
took the first one by 8 pins. The
Life Savers retaliated with a tas tasty
ty tasty and juicy 11 pin conquest, and
dame luck stayed with the Life
Savers in the final by 13 pins.
This put the Life Savers as one
of the trio in the top spot of the
loop. The Gallahairs contributed
529 and 521. Bill contributing the
former and the Missus the latter.
Along with the Gallahairs was

Stint Stmson with another 521. For

the Life Savers, (Burt De Veau and

his better half wpnt home on ev even
en even terms, both having 541, and
Ronnie Mead star pitcher of Can Canal
al Canal Junior College just made it with
508.
Shaws Gift Shoppe 2
-National Electric Centers 1
Shaws Gifts, one of the three

teams tied for first place, tied two

defeats in a row on the National

Electric Centers. Both teams

were even to the half thousand se series,
ries, series, each havinp four nanny bow bowlers
lers bowlers to do the trick. But only in the
good-night game did the Nationals

nab a win.
With three dolls in their roster,
all three threw the ouota, Myrt
Mangles massacred 555, Jn And Andrew
rew Andrew added '502. Betty Mustain
marked 515, and the only male
was Red Sweet swatted 505. For
the Shaw Gifts, the following were
sifted. Bev arid Elvis L a w s o n
landed 545 and 556. Trudy Garni
gathered 531 and Lee Clontz came
up with 534.

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tary military team Thursday on a frozen
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February 2: Basketball) New
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TV k-
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courage, encourage, the game.
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155 Central Ave.
YiSHO
"AIRES"
Cameras
fftv&tftb
9 u.im
PANAMA o COLON
"GET STREAMLINED"
the Mc Levy way. Bod Haatafa,
Excerdslni Machines, Turkish
Dath. Trained operators tor ladies
sod gentlemen. Get reonlta.
MASSAGE SALON
Services "SCROLL'S"
Products
t. Arnsemena Ave. SS-41
TeL 3-2217
LIFE INSURANCE
call
JIM RIDGE
General Agent
Gibraltar Life Ins. Co.,
for rates and information
Tel. Panama 2-0552
BOQUETE
EXCURSION
February 2, 1951
Fidanque Travel Service)
Tel. 2-1661
Army Engineers
Team Pay Visit
To Local Outfit
A team from the Chief of End
neers visited USARCARIB this
week to review engineer repairs
and utilities activities, both from
technical and administrative vew vew-points,
points, vew-points, and to give advee and as
sistance on won bemg accom
plished here.
In the group, all from the re
pairs and utilities office, were:
Col. Louis J. Ferony, assistant for
repairs and utilities and military
construction; Fred L,anaoit, assist assistant
ant assistant chief of administration; Dale
F. Spell, chief of utilities: Z. M
Bourkland, chief of buildings and
grounds', and George W. Lanier.
assistant chief of fire protection
and prevention.
Upon arriving from' Puerto Rico
Monday morning, the team was
given a briefing by USARCARIB
Engineer, Col. Raymond L. Hill,
on Post Engineer activities here.
Individual members then made
field visits to review operations.
Wednesday's schedule called for
an oral, critique and a trip to Ml
raflores Locks to observe over
haul operations. Later in the day
the visitors were guests of. tne
nama Canal Co. at Diablo Heights
where they were shown a model
of the locks system and the pro
posed sea level canal. Lt. Gov.
Hugh M. Arnold conducted the o-
nentation.
Also on Wednesday, Ferony was
guest speaker -at a meeting of the
Engineer Executive Club.
The group was scheduled to
leave for the states early yester yesterday
day yesterday morning.
CFN-TV To Shotv
50-Minute Film
'Pentomic Army1
A 50-mmnte film. "The Pentom
ic Army," will be shown over
CFN-TV on Wednesday, Jan. 29
beginning at 7 p.m.
This film stresses the reorgani
zation effected within the Army to
ic battlefield "Concentrate to at attack,
tack, attack, disperse to live and regroup'
to attack again.
New organirilions, weapons and
equipment are shown or demon demonstrated.

........ ...m mrriAttA J Street No. IS AGENCIAS

COLON) Central Avenue 1Z.1SS TeL 43S

Miscellaneous
FOR SALE: Complete house household
hold household furniture and house "for rant
with maid. For appointment call
3-7384.
Inventory sale German Stereo
camera coupled range finder
built in Exposure motor. Price
$57.00 (List:- 99.50). Same
without exposure meter $47.00.
tList. SS.00). First como, first
sale. International (ewerlv, op
posite Lhasa Bank.
CONTRACTORS, BUILPERS
For septic tanks and wafer out outlets
lets outlets in general insist on Clayco
terra eotta pipes especially made
for such purposes, anal resistant
to compression and acid action.
4"xl2" pipes at 12 cants each.
FOR SALE: Save money! Buy
Clayco bunding blocks. 4"12"
all". Thay are economical, light
and do not crack, $123.20 par
thousand. Clayco 4V Alfareria. S.
A., Via EspaAa No. 17-40.
Phono 3-0160.
INVrTATION TO BID
The Interamerican Tropical Tuna
Commission offers to sale by
sealed bid, the following:
MV "Atun" (Canal Zona rails rails-try
try rails-try number 1162), a 38 foot
rebuilt S.U. Army jay boat,
powered with a 75 h.p. Diesel
motor, and with various acces accessories
sories accessories presently aboard, now at
the Diablo Spinning Club
Moorage.
The sale la subject to the follow following
ing following conditions:
1. The vassal is available on an
as i is ivhere is" basis.
2. Payment to bo made by cash
or certified chock payable to the
Interamerican Tropical Tuna
Commission in United -States
funds for the full amount, upon
delivery.
3. Delivery to be taken within
7 daya of notification of accept acceptance
ance acceptance of bid.
4. The undersigned reserves the
right to reject any or ad bids. 1
5. Closing data for receipt of
sealed bids is January 31, 1951.
Bids should be mailed to the
Interamerican Tropical Tuna
Commission, Box 3605, Balboa,
Canal Zone. Envelope should bo
marked "Atun bid."
Arrangements to view the ves vessel
sel vessel can bo made by phoning Pa Panama
nama Panama 3-17320 or by writing to
box 3665, Balboa.
sgd. Isadora Barrett
For: Interamerican Tropical Tu Tuna
na Tuna Commission.
'Panama, January 15, 1958.
FOR SALE: All types of
machines, finishers, stitchers,
etc. Also lasts. Balow cast. Fac Factory
tory Factory liquidation. El Economico, Q
street No. 21, next to stadium.
Telephone 2-0192.
FOR SALE: "Bickskin" horse;
"Swedish" tabls and chairs; radio-phonograph;
miscellaneous.
2308-B Balboa 2-3715.
FOR SALE: Boys English tweed
taylor mado overcoat-winter suit,
both also 12, aa with ear
mu-ffs, all practically MOW.
Phono Balboa 2-2480.
Boats & Motors
OR SALE: 15 11"x76"
Chris-Craft kit boat, fiberglass
boHon. 30 h.p. Evinrudo motor
and trailer $900.00 House 148 148-B.
B. 148-B. Gatun.
Lesson
Modern piano instruction.. Begin Beginners
ners Beginners or advanced. Bennett, tele-
2-3653 Panama.'

Garrard
JUST RECEIVED
GARRARD Changers
, 26 Ic CO cycles
Muebleria CASA SPARTON
Central 26-1W Calidonia

SECRETARY
Bi-lingual, experienced, able to
take dictation in English and
Spanish; good typist; operate
"DITTO'1 Duplicator.
Mr. SHAW Sears, Roebuck, S. A.
18-96 Tivoli Avenue

SKRVICK-Av. TTrefl wo J r
la Osse Ave. No l FOTO 'DOMJ-Jn'ta
h Street O FABMACU "SAa-VI Peree

Home Articles
WANTED TO SELL: American
wants to sell full set ef house house-h
h house-h o I si f urnituro, refrigerator,
stove, etc. Call Panama 3-5087.
FOR SALE: One China closet,
cheap. House 1546-8. Manga
St. Phona 2-2472.
FOR SALE: Two single bod
springs $12 each, one beautiful
flower rug Ecuadorian 7x10 $40.
Ecuadorian paintings $8 to $20
all perfect condition. Tel. 2 2-1275.
1275. 2-1275. Us Rios.6333.
FOR SALE: Living room tables,,
smair during table with glaas on
top, 6 dining chairs, picnic iug.
tools, glass towel rocks and
shelves, Westhingheuse refrige refrigerator
rator refrigerator 9.5, all porcelain, clothes
hampers, metal stool, other
articles. 74 1 -D Enterprise place
next to Prado.
FOR SALE: Four burner apart apartment
ment apartment sit I, as stove $25.00, call
Panama phono 3-6901.
FOR
SALE: Solid
mahogany
bedroom set by Cowes,
other
hAuaehalaT affects. Contact
James Graham, Ninth street Rio
Aba jo, 2610.

Dogs
FOR SALE: AKC registered
Boston Terrier puppies. Houso
2471-A Cocoll.

Cancer Hits Mostly
Older Age Groups,
Specialist Avers
An reosnn for the aDDarent in-
V"V V""" a.
crease in cancer is that people are
living longer, a leading cancer
specialist declared last nigni.
"Senear develoDS largely in the
older age groups," D Henry T,
Randau explained m a over
CFN. radio-TV.
W narann nut nf four likely
in cat r-anrer and oeoole are living
to an age where they are more
likely to get ," ne stresseo.
Tr Ponrlnll who has been on the
AJL
IsthmuS' for a week as a guest of
the Canal Zone Cancer committee,
previously had confined his local
t.iva rn rinrtnra in Panama and the
Canal Zone. His talks had been of
a highly technical nature so local
AnMnre iniiM he utxiaiea on uie
latest techniques of comabting can
cer.
He asserted that the key to con con-ninrins
ninrins con-ninrins oanoor i research. He pre
dicted that no single drug would be
uncovered that would cure me
disease because it takes so many
forms.
i 'anror ha aaid. is an uncontrol
ed growth of cells which destroy
normal ceils. At present A-ray au
,!,. mrm tho nnlv treatments
ou. few
for cancer patients and early de detection
tection detection offers the best hope for "a
person with cancer.
WANTED:
Comptometer Operator.
Mr. SHAW
Sears, Roebuck
18-96 Tivoli A venire.

"" "Via 84 o AMACIA
'fi't'S ui
III a) WOvBDADD ATHB swew.

SERVICES
3 -minute car wash SI, steam
cleaning of motor $5. waxing or
ears $6. Auto-Bono, Trans-Isthmian
Highway near Sears.
For tha beat TV service call
Dick, phona 1479 Colon until
7.00 p.m. Work guaranteed 90
days.
SERVICE IS OUR SPECIALTY,
TV, HI-FI, RADIO AND PHO PHONO.
NO. PHONO. CALL U. S. TELEVISION
PANAMA 3-7607.
The boat dinner, and drinks
are served in our modern air air-conditioned
conditioned air-conditioned cateteria grill and
bar Hotel Intornacional "Pla "Pla-a
a "Pla-a 5 da Mayo."
LOWE, S. A.
Specialised Small Gasoline En Engine
gine Engine Service. AUTHORIZED
SERVICE FOR VESPA AND
ZUNDAPP MOTORSCOOTEtS,
JOHNSON, EVINRUDE AND
MERCURY OUTBOARD MO MOTORS.
TORS. MOTORS. ALL WORK GUARANTE GUARANTEED.
ED. GUARANTEED. No. 7 Ave. Balboa. Same
Building at Salon Bahie Tel. 2 2-4616.
4616. 2-4616. Pianist Lee Fisher
Is Little Seen
Member Of Crusade
Lee Fisher, nianist with the Gra
dy Wilson team of the wily Gra
ham Panama crusade, is another
of "little seen but, active and im
portant member of the Billy Gra
ham organization."
Fisher will appear nightly in
the Colon Arena on the Atlantics
of the Isthmus starting on Sunday,
Feb. 2 and ending on Thurday. At
the same time an evangelistic
team headed by Leighton Ford will
hold services in the old Tivoli
Commissary. (Building in Ancon
for Pacific sde resdents. Graham
wll conduct services for two
nights, Friday and Saturday, Feb.
7 and 8.
For the past three years Fisher
has been acting as aide to Dr.
Graham as well as many other du duties
ties duties with the organization.
Before his association with Gra Graham,
ham, Graham, Fisher lived a busy life of
active evangelistic endeavor, both
as a preacher and a musician.
During the: entire current Carib
bean crusade of Graham, be will
be with the Wilson team, featured
at the piano, only one of nearly a
dozen m u s i c a 1 instruments on
which he can professionally per perform.
form. perform. Fisher's evangelistic work has
taken him literally around the
world, but he has still found time
to author several books of Bible
Study and interpretation;.
During the months between cru crusades,
sades, crusades, he makes his home in Ashe Ashe-ville,
ville, Ashe-ville, ft.C. -close to Grahams home
in Montreat.
Graham's present Caribbean cru crusade
sade crusade includes Jamaica,' Puerto Ri Rico,
co, Rico, Barbados, Trinidad, Costa Ri Rica,
ca, Rica, Guatemala, and Mexico, be besides
sides besides Panama. He had scheduled
a crusade in Venezuela, however,
due to the present political unrest
his appearance has been cancel cancelled.
led. cancelled. DELAYED BREAKAGE
NEW) YORK (UP) SynnovaBay,
11, christened the new 'office o
the American- Export Lines to today
day today in the true tradition of the
sea with a bottle of champagne.
However, it took the little girl 22
swings before she succeeded in
breaking the bottle of the bubbly
stuff.

A bold and great new motion picture. This Is Its story: What happens to A beautiful
Southern blue-blood when her true ancestry is suddenly revealed and she Is sold inU
slavery on the plantation she was born to rule. . See "BAND OF ANGELS" starring Chirk
Gable and Yvonne de Carlo, OPENING AT PRE-RELEASE ON TUESDAY 28 At THE LUX.

WANTED: Experienced ac- WANTED : Experienced salos-
countaat, female, with know- men. Attractive commission,
ledge of English and Spanish cor- I immediate payment. "Muabiorla
rrespondencc. Apply to Paikard, Rattan Lux."
Zona Libra, Colon. 1
Miscellaneous -42L-
ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS
DRAWER "A," DIABLO WANTED TO RENT: North
BOX 1211. CRISTOBAL, C.Z. American lady desires one bed-
room furnished apartment on
Its economical to reconstruct first floor or with elevator. Tel.
a tire. "Reconstructora Nacfo- Curundu 83-6141.
nal" offers guaranteed work.
They cost tan and are more dor- WANTED TO BUY: Smooth
able than now ones. Peru Avenue 'or retreading. "Recons-
No. 7. Phona 2-0460, Pans- tructora Nacional". Avenida Pa.
ma. ru.7, Tel. 2-0406.
WANTED: Needed watar
Domestic Employment Vrj 5
WAtJTcn j.-uj. Arnerican family desires 3 bed-
WANTED: Enghsh speaking room apartment or house in El
practical hurso for now bom Cangrefo or Campo Alegre. Call
baby, to live in, experience with 3-7946.
American families necessary, ...
local references. Tel. 3-7755.
Position Wanted
Salvation Army
HOldS jD6Cldl mrM '"'ass. ca'retakeVIr
"I'" nursemaid. Call Panama 2-0147.

During the past week special
meetings have been held at the
Panama City Corps under the
leadership of Major W. Bishop. A A-C
C A-C Russtl Clore and Major J. A.
Sundberg have taken part in these
services.
The campaign will continue this
coming week with meetings every
night. Monday night, all 'officers
and workers, will gather at the Pa
cific side for meetings. An open
air meeting will be held near Pa Panama
nama Panama City Corps on Monday eve evening
ning evening at 6:30 p.m. to be followed
by an officer's demonstration rn
the Hall at 7:30 p.m.
This special campaign will be
linked up with the Billy Graham
crusade which gets under way
Sunday. Feb. 2, at the Tivoli Com Commissary.
missary. Commissary. ' t .,! f
A number of prayer groups
have gathered during the past
weeks both in Salvation Army
halls, as well as in privste homes
during noondays. Many such meet meetings
ings meetings have taken place at Rio Aba Aba-jo
jo Aba-jo homes of Salvationists as well
as friends who are much in pray prayer
er prayer for the Billy Graham crusade
soon to be realized here in Panama.

The heartwarming story of six brothers and sisters
without parents or home... but with the courage of the
very young they walk a street where strangers live to find
a bright new future of their own. See RKO Radio picture
"ALL MINE TO GIVE" In Technicolor OPENING ON
THURSDAY 30 AT THE LUX.

LUX
TUESDAY
28

m

Opening Showing
Of 'Sweethearts'
Set For Saturday
The opening performance of the
"Singing Sweethearts" in the Ca Canal
nal Canal Zone will be held at Cummings
Hall, 15th Naval District on Satur Saturday,
day, Saturday, Feb. 1, for all Navy person personnel
nel personnel add those people assigned to
Ft. Amador and Quarry Heights.
The University of Floridav chor choral
al choral group may also be seen at:
Jadwin Hall, Fort Clayton on
Sunday, Feb. 2 at 7 p.m.

Gorgas Hospital on Mo n d a v.
Feb. 3 at 2 p.m. and at Ft. Kobbe
at
i p. in.
Rodman Naval Station
Tues-
pay, reD. at 7: so p.m.
.
Coco Solo Hospital on Wednes Wednesday,
day, Wednesday, mt). 5 at 2 p.m. and at Ft.
Gulick at 7 p.m.
Thursday, Feb. 6 at T p.m.
The 75-minute musical show will
arrive in Panama on Jan. SI.
BjP

PRE-RELEASE

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SATURDAY, JANUARY 15. 1958

THE PANAMA AMERICA!! AH INDEPENDENT DAIL1 NEWSPAPER
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McCall (right), director of the examination and counseling
bureau of the University of South Carolina at Columbia after
walking into the school's personnel bureau and requesting
application blanks for admission. McCall rejected their
request.

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Today's jy Program

1:M Bob dimming)
(repeat 1-26-57)
2:S9 Football: Univ. Pittsburgh
vi. Univ. Miami
5:00 JAMBOREE

S:30 PANORAMA (including "The 11:00 CFN NEWS

Bif Pictuw" at 5:45) U:15 Mystery Theatre

:w Lite or nuey . T uanger

7:30 Amateur Hour

1:00 Command Theatre
:00 Highway Patrol
1:30 Zane Gray
10:00 Oh Susanna
10:30 Your Hit Parade (U-W-57)

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Adventure.

Courtesy of Aerovias Panama Airways
PHONES: PANAMA: 3-1057 3-1698 3-1699
Office Hours: from 6 a.m. to 9 p.nw



' 'II
Daniel Leads Amateurs In Early Open Returns

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Sgt. Kline Drop Out At 45;
Lew Scores, Pros Play Later

Lakding the early amateur finishers in this morning's
rounds at the PaTTarm4nvitational Open golf tournament
was R. Dajniaf; who shotya 74 for a total of 233, followed
by McAmjswith 78 for a total of 239 after 54 holes.
Th remaining 21 competing amateurs, including
yesterday's low-scoring LeBrun, Cerrans, DesLondes,
Riley, and MacMurray, had either not finished at press
time today or were not scheduled to play until this

afternoon.
One of the amateurs, a
holes.
Today Total
Dalton ...... 44-42 249
Lally 43-42 249
Sgt. Kline ... 44- Withdrew
Daniel 36-43 233
Kincaid 42-43 245
McAmis .... 39-38 ?39
J. Kline .... 41-49 248
Jacks ...... 43-41 243
Col. Donovan 41-43 245

Retired Personnel
To Be Told Rights
At Army Orientation
Retired Army personnel will be
advised concerning current Army

policies, and rights and benefits to

whch they are entitled at tne sec second
ond second of the semi-annual orienta orientations
tions orientations to be held by Headquarters,
United States Army Caribbean,
January 31.
Topics scheduled for presenta presentation
tion presentation at the meeting which will take
Slace in the conference room of
uilding 1, Fort Amador at 7 p.
m. include medical procedures,
Army commissary sales stores,
dental procedures, M-14 rifle, and
the importance of personal af

fairs. These will be followed by a

discussion period.
A local retired affairs unit was
established in U. S. Army Carib Caribbean
bean Caribbean March 21, 1957 to develop
and maintain continued interest in

Army affairs among retired per

sonnel living in this command.
In addition to a periodical news
letter published locally and the pro
cessing of correspondence from
retired Army personnel, (he semi-annual
orientations are planned
to advise retired members on cur current
rent current Army matters and retirement

rights and benefits.

Weather Or Not

This weather report for the
24 hours ending 8 a.m. today,
in prepared by the Meteorolo-
Scal and Hvdrographic
ranch of the Panama Canal
Company:
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Democrat Says CIA
Has Failed To Keep
Government Told

WASHINGTON (UP)-A House
Democrat charged today that

the Central Intelligence Agency,
despite almost unlimited funds,
has failed to keep the govern

ment informed of developments

abroad.

The complaint was aired by

Hep. Robert L. F. Sikes (D-Flai

chairman of a recently-abolished

appropriations committee panel

that handled secret allotments of

money to run the hush-hush intel
ligencf agency.
The CIA budget is never dis

closed, even to Congress. It is hid

den in appropriations for other
agencies. Only a few key mem members
bers members know the figures. Sikes, one

of this group, said almost no

ceiling" is applied to CIA spend spending.
ing. spending. "Yet it (the agency) has
seemed unable to keep our govern government
ment government informed," he said. "On ev

ery major crisis we have seemed
to be the last to know what was
going on."

Rep. George H. Mahon (D-Tex)

said a story in Thursday's Wash Washington
ington Washington Post and Times Herald in indicated
dicated indicated that possibly CIA had been
getting the necessary informa information,
tion, information, but government officials

were ignoring it. He said he got

me impression lia "ma
reports which had gone
ed."

Sikes said if the reports had
been made, officials so adwsed by
CIA "have failed to impart their
knowledge to Congress or ,to the

people." j
The Post and Times Herald said

CIA Chief Allen Dulles recently

complained nis daily digests were
not being read. Presidenf Eisen Eisenhower,
hower, Eisenhower, the story said, asked him

to make the momre readable.
The White House said changes
in "format" of the CIA 'reports,
involving "maps" had been mad"
at Dulles' suggestion.lt denied
they were made because of a pres

idential complaint the reports

were too long ana ponderous

Cairo Says Yemen
Refused Conditional
Million-Dollar Loan

CAIRO, Jan. 25 (UPV-The Cai

ro newspaper Al Ahram reported

today that Yemen has turned
down a one million dollar aid offer

from the United States because it

stipulated that America would in
return set up four radar stations
on Yemeni mountain peaks.
Al Ahram ; said that an Ameri American
can American party that made the offer to
Iman Ahmed in Yemen has now
reached Jeddah, Saudi Arabia.
The story did not say where the
party was going or who its mem members
bers members were.
Touring Yemeni Crown Prince
Mohammed Seif al Islam al Badr
negotiated a loan of 18 million dol dollars
lars dollars from Communist China when
he was m Peiping early this

montn.

many

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Burned-Out Tenants
Of London Market

Planning New Stalls

LONDON, Jan. 25 (UP)-Ten-

ants who lost their stalls in

multi-million dollar fire at

London's Smithfield Meat Market

banded together today to ensure
that British housewives would get

enough meat for Sunday dinner.
They also started work on plans
to build new stalls in the sprawl sprawling
ing sprawling market, which was partially

destroyed by a two-day fire that
started in underground storage

rooms and flared to the surface

yesterday.
Harold Padbury, 66 eyar old
chairman of the Market Tenants

Association whose members lost

76 flails in one of Britain's big biggest
gest biggest fires since the 1940 blitz,
summed up their determination
to carry on. In a statement simi similar
lar similar to those made hy hardhit
Londoners whose homes and busi

ness were levelled by bombs, Pad-

bury said:
"Let no one say the Market is

dead. We shall overcome this disaster."

Two Convicted US
Officials Ask
For Reversals

WASHINGTON (UP) Two
Truman' administration officials
sentenced to jail for handling of

St. Louis tax case have asxed

to reverse

AIR-BREATHING BOOST ENGINE Air-breathing boost engines could lift an interconti intercontinental
nental intercontinental ballistis missile or space vehicle from a launching pad up through the heavy of air
that lie close, to the earth, according to John B. Montgomery, general manager of General
Electric's Aircraft Gas Turbine Division. The drawing at left visualizes a boost unit con containing
taining containing 12 turbojet engines (three in pods and nine nested together in fuselage of boost unit).
At right once the air-breathing boost unit was oeyond the dense layers of atmosphere, the
ballistic missile or space vehicle could separate at high speed from the boost unit and con continued
tinued continued on Its way under rocket power. The recoverable air-breathing boost unit could then
be returned to the. launching pad where U co uld be readied for another flight.

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Civil Rights To Be
Restored To Cubans
Except In Orienfe

HAVANA, Jan. 25 (UP) The

cabinet decrded early today to
restore civil liberties throuehout

Cuba except in rebel-ridden O-

riente Province, focus of sporadic
resistance to the government.
The Cabinet voted to rtpeal the
decree of Dec. 14, which suspend suspended
ed suspended civil rights throughout the coun
try, and replace it with a new
measure suspending most rights
in Oriente for 45 days.

The cabinet decision wrll be

reported formally to Congress on

Monday.

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NAACP Regards
Eastland Citation
As 'Incredible'

NEW YORK (UP) The Na National
tional National Assn. for the Adancment
of Colored People said last
night it was "incredible" that the
National Society of New England
women cited Sen. James O. East

land (D-Miss) for "constructive
efforts to preserve the Constitu Constitution."
tion." Constitution." The women's group presented
its citation to Eastland at a
luncheon Thursday. Eastland was
unable to attend the ceremonies

because of illness however, and

the citation was accepted for him

by an aide.

In its blast at the Mississippi

senator and the women s group,
made up of women who can trace

their American ancenstry to pre-

Revolution days, the NAACP said

East'and had defied the govern

ment and the Supreme Court and

used the U.S. Senate as a forum
to disseminate racial hatred."

Officials of the society declined
comment on the NAACP protest

or on a request from Negro Rep.
Charles C. Diggs Jr. (D-Mich)
that the society withhold the East Eastland
land Eastland citation.
In a speech read for him at
the luncheon by J. G. Sourwine,
Eastland denounced the U.S. Su Supreme
preme Supreme Court as "the greatest
single threat to our Constitution."
Recent supreme court decisions
aided the communist cause. East

land said

ened public (to) curb the court
and protect and preserve the con

stitution and our svstem o! eov

ernment."

the Supreme Court

their conviction.
Separate appeals were filed
Thursday by Matthew J. Connelly,

former White House appointments

secretary, and T. Lamar Caudle,

former head of the Justice De Department's
partment's Department's tax division.
If the court decides to review
the case, arguments will be heard
sometime next term.

Connelly and Caudle were In

dicted on charges of conspiring to

oetraud tne government in con

nection with an income tax fraud
case against Irving Fachs, a St.
Louis shoe broker and Shu Styles,
Inc., a corporation which Fach3
controlled.
A third defendant, Harry I.
Schwimmer, Kansas City attorney
had a heart attack during the
trial and was permitted to with withdraw.
draw. withdraw. Connelly and Caudle were

sentenced to two years in jail and
fined $2,500 each;

Their appeal contended thev

should not have been sentenced by
Federal Dist. Judge Gunnar Nord-

bye of St. Louis following the

death of Judge Rubey M Hulen,

wno committed suicide shortly
after the trial ended.
They also argued evidence ob obtained
tained obtained when they were questioned
by the grand jury was improperly
admitted at their trial and that

the jurors were improperly re

stricted to rural counties in the St.

Louis area.

Caudle, who was fired from his

Justice Department job in 1951, is
now an attorney in Wadesboro,
N.C. Connelly is a New York pub public
lic public relations consultant.

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A LOOK AT THE FUTURE Another conceivable use for
air-breathing boost units would be for launching smaller,
IRBM-type missiles. For the shorter, intermediate rangj tra trajectories,
jectories, trajectories, executives of the General Electric Company's Air Aircraft
craft Aircraft Gas Turbine Division In Cincinnati, Ohio, visualize a
boost unit featuring three turbojet engines in pods, such as
illustrated here.

Polish City Tense
As Workers' Group
Protests Conditions

Jammed House Deems French Ballet
Troupe At Balboa Whopping Success

Nixon Announces Exchange Plan

With Reds After Meeting Zaroubin

WASHINGTON. Jan. 25 (UP)-

Vice President Richard M. Nixon

emerged yesterday from an unu unusual
sual unusual meeting with Russian Ambas Ambassador
sador Ambassador Georgl Zaroubin and an announced
nounced announced a new U.S. S o v i e t. ex exchange
change exchange agreement.
Nixon said the agreement, which
has been in the works for some
time, would be signed within a
few days. Other sources indicated
it might cover exchanges of radio.

TV, movies, magazines, educators
and tourists.
State Department officials said
yesterday that Russia and the
United States were near agree agreement
ment agreement on the program. i
' -war-Both
Nixon and Zaroubin told
newsmen after their 42 minute

meeting that they favored in

creased U. S.-Soviet exchanges as

a means of improving relations
between the United States and

Russia.

Zaroubin, who is returning to

Moscow next week to assume new
duties, requested the visit with

Nixon at the capitol. A Soviet

spokesman said the ambassador
wanted to say goodbye.
Retiring ambassadors freauent-

ly pay their respects to the Presi

dent before leaving. But thev sel

dom make formal courtesy calls

on the vice president.

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Zaroubin said he did not plan
to call on President Eisenhower.
He said he asked Nixon to convey
his sincere wishes for good health
to the President.
Nixon, who refused to be photo-

wim arouDin, said the
envoy called on him instead of
Eisenhower because the President

'out neavy schedule."
Eisenhower's official schedule to today
day today listed one item: a hinof

meeting at 9 a.m. est.
Nixon said Zaroubin never had
called on him before during his
five-year tour of duty here. How However,
ever, However, he said he has chatted with
Zaroubin several times on social
occasions.
He attached no unusual signifi significance
cance significance to the visit anrf coiW h

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rouom Save no mriipatmn th.t u

H IKM"' not be welcome at

uie niiue House.
Zaroubin said he and Nixon
agreed that "establishment and
development of contracts between
the two countries" would be of

-extreme usefulness." He said the
contacts are necessary for "better
learning by both our peoples about

WROCLAW, Poland, Jan. 25 -CUP)
Tension gripped this indus industrial
trial industrial city yesterday over issues
that had sparked riots elsewhtre
in Poland since the advent of the
independent minded Communist
regime.
The atmosphere of worry de developed
veloped developed after a workers' protest

meeting held last week to support

aemanas ior higher wages, an

annual bonus and improved work

ing conditions.

the meeting, held bv half the

2,ooo workers in the M5 locomo

tive works, also raised sharp

criticism or me candidates put

lurwara ior election to th wrne

law city council.

The citv (formerly named Rrea.

iau is an industrial center of
more than 350.000 population in

southwest Poland. Like Poznan to
the north, where the bread and
freedom riots of June, 1956 her heralded
alded heralded the downfall of the old
Stalinist regime, its economy is
geared closely to the production
of its factories.

A management delegation hpnrf-

ed by the director of the M5 plant
has flown to Warsaw to discuss
the Situation with nffiriali nt tho

national crnvernmenr

During street demonstrations by
Polish tram car workers for high higher
er higher Cwages last year, the govern government
ment government and the party under Wlady Wlady-slay
slay Wlady-slay Gomulka came out against
large wage increases because of

tne country's precarious economic
position.
Unconfirmed reports of s strike
and disturbances that reached

warsaw uns week were not borne

out oy a visit to Wroclaw.
' D.. tu. a

uui uie air 01 tension was
obvious to persons arriving in the

-Dwi.it woraers ana manage

mem oniciais expressed concern

over tne situation.

one another.

ENGINEER DECORATED President Ernesto de !a Guardla.

He called on "an awak-l Jr., attaches Vasco Nunez de Balboa decoration on A. C.

Medinger, chief of the Panama Canal Co. Dredging Division.
Medinger was given the award, in the grade of commander
for his continued interest in the improvement of Panama's
economy.

Dodge Heir's Wife
Fails To Show Bui
Files Guilty Plea
BELOIT, Wis,, Jan. 23 (UP)

The show went on today without
wealthy former showgirl Gregg

Sherwood Dodge, who was- in
Florida while her attorney plead pleaded
ed pleaded guilty for her to a charge of

driving without a license.
Municipal Judge Arthur Luebke

creierrea sentencing on tne count,
one of five aeainst the wife of

Detroit' automobile heir Horace

uodge Hi, in connection with a
car incident.
Police said the 34 vear old

b'onde drove through a stop light
at an intersection here early
Dec. 3. They said she drove off
while being questioned by two
patrolmen, and that when thuv

sought to serve a warrant at her
mother's home she kicked and
slapped an officer.
Luebke continued until Feb. 4
charges that the formr New

York showgirl failed to halt at an
arterial stop sign and exceeded

the 25-mile speed limit.

France Studies Plan
To Meet Expected
Market Competition
PARIS. Jan. 2 5fUP A neu-

plan for tuning up France's eco economy
nomy economy to heln it fact VAtrnnean

Common Market competition in

tne years ahead was studied hy

experts toaay. it wril be. submitt submitted
ed submitted for Cabinet approval next
week.
The plan was part of the govern
ment's drive to get Franct readv

for the lowering of trade barriers
between the six nations of the
Common Market: France, Est
Germany, Italy, Belgium, the
Netherlands and Luxembourg.
Main lines of tht project are
contained fn a proposed basic law
which would give France's gov
ernment broad powers to inter

vene m the French economy.
The law would allow the gov

ernment to virtually reorganize
and regroup broad stctions of in industry,
dustry, industry, now believed to diversifi

ed to face unprotected competition
with industrial groups on other

Common Market countries.

The French ballet threatened to

end m fiasco at Balboa Theater
last night. But it wound up in a
jumping success to the roars of a
packed house.
The problem that cropped up
was not cultural, but mathematic mathematical.
al. mathematical. Not until they reached the thea theater
ter theater ana headed for their dressing
rooms did members of the Janine
Charrat troupe realize the shallow
stage of the big theater would not
give them room to dance.
As the audience filled up tne
setts, and lat-comr$ dickered
in the lobby for turn-in tickets,
word spread that a terrific ar

gument was under way back backstage.
stage. backstage. At first thn company
wanted to cancel the show.
This was confirmed at exactly

8 p.m. when the tall, wide curtains

parted and L. A. Ferguson, the

Canal s Director of Supply and

Employes' Services Bureau step

ped out. He was presently joined

by the ballet company's manager,

Gerard Munschy.

After some struggle with the

microphone, Ferguson explained

that a misunderstanding with the

agent had resulted in booking the

performance where the dancers

felt they could not perform at their
usual standard.

Ferguson and Munschy together

presented a statement in which

the prima ballerina Janine Char-

rat and her company said that be

ing artists they did not feel they

could give the Canal Zone public
the grade of dancing for which it

had purchased tickets. They there

fore gave the audience the choice
of turning in its tickets and get

ting us money back, or witnessing
with understanding a handicapped

performance. Some program shifts

would be necessary.

. Loud and prolonged applause

left no doubt the audience would

take what it could get and like it.
"Maybe m Paris people would
turn in their tickets," one travel

ed matron remarked. "But with

the few chances we get for some

thing like this, I wouldn't think of

it." f

Seeing the crowd was of like
mind, Ferguson announced the

ballet would start in 15 minutes

(This was to give time for the

dancers to put on their costumes

and make-up).

Presently the notes of a Brahms

composition sounded an two pia

nos, and the curtains parted to re reveal
veal reveal "Domino," a black and white
ballet taking its inspiration from

the theme and rules of the game.
This classical ballet dance for
its own sake, as the program de

scribed it was given against

tne sand-colored nylon curtain plac placed
ed placed just m front of the fixed cine cinema
ma cinema screen.
Obviously the curtan was as

the troupe felt far too close to

the footlights for even the troupe

of eight to perform with freedom.

But with its first steps, the au

dience knew that they were seeing

a performance of consummate art.

NEW ATOM DIRECTOR
LONDON (UP) Dr. B.F.J.
Schonland, present deputy direc director
tor director o' Britain's atomic energy re research
search research establishment, will renlaee

Sir John Cockcroft as director

Feb. 17, it was reported today.

Assassination Plot
Revealed In Bolivia

LA PAZ, Bolivia, Jan. 25 (UP)
Interior Minister Jose Cuadros
Quiroga disclosed today that a
plot to assassinate President Her Her-nan
nan Her-nan Si'es Suazo had been
thwarted.
Cuadros Quiroga notified the
district attorney's office and
asked that action be brought

against tne conspirators,

The minister's charges quoted

tne testimony of Mai. Julio Ara

cena of the Carabineer Corps that
a group of Army and Carabineer

officers had organized an "anti "anti-Communist
Communist "anti-Communist crusade," headed by

ben. Clemente Inofuentes, former
Army chief of staff. Inofuentes

left for Chile two days ago.
Maj. Aracena and another wit witness,
ness, witness, Hector Antezana, testified
that a soldier in the presidential

Oalace guard identified as Val Val-dimro
dimro Val-dimro Monzon was assigned by
the "crusade" to assassinate the

president.

How those in the audience who
had never soon top flight ballot
before felt about thi perform performance
ance performance could only be guested from
the dense applause that followed
every number, and many sop sop-rate
rate sop-rate movements in each piece.
Balletomanes who had seen the
art m Paris and New York said
simply:
"Can they dance!"'
For the second number, Mile.
Charrat herself moved up "The

Dying Swan," from a later spot on

the program. Earlier there had

been some comments, by aficiona

dos, that they did wish they could

see one program minus swans

But one, when the amazing Char
rat had finished, remarked.

That ballet is very famous

and a favorite of the great balle

rinas. But this is the first time

I've understood its emotion."

During the intermission that fol

lowed, old-timers in the audience

exchanged memories on the ar

guments that went on when the
new Balboa theater replaced the

old one at the close of World

War U.

Live-show enthusiasts fought

men, they recalled, lor an ade
quate stage, but lost. Movie-mind
ed people won -out, and sold eco
nomy minded officials in the Can
al on a stage with a huge prosce proscenium,
nium, proscenium, but almost no depth.
A dance labeled simply "Con "Concerto,"
certo," "Concerto," and performed to the

music of Griug, revealed the
versatility of Charrat and the
range of the leading male dan dancer,
cer, dancer, Juan Giuliano of the Argen Argentine.
tine. Argentine. For this and some of ha
other numbers, Mile Charrat had
also done the choreography.

fas de yuatre" to the music

oi rugni recreated a famous bal ballet
let ballet in which the star is supported
by three ballerinas.
During the next intermission it
was announced that the night train
from Panama to Colon would wait
some 15 minutes at Balboa sta sta-tion
tion sta-tion for Atlantic siders.
Chatter in the lobby had it that
there would be little doubt of sun.

port for forthcoming culture shows

Planned ay tne canal's Service
Center Division, if this w a s a
sample.
Little girls in pink and blue tulle
guzzled sodas and crunched pop popcorn.
corn. popcorn. Big beautiful girls in eve eve-ning
ning eve-ning dresses had by now finish finishing
ing finishing their ushering chores and were
enjoying the show.
The program's biggest num.
j1"' j5? L"d'-" n original
for which company manager Go Go-ard
ard Go-ard Munschy did the story and
Charrat the choreoaraohv. wit

omitted because of the s t a g e
handicap. A shorter number was
substituted.
The program closed with anoth another
er another original, "Arlequin," which
showed much imaginative dancing
and high comedy.
As the audience scattered to
homes and night spots, those driv driving
ing driving along Roosevelt Avenue saw
the night train patiently waiting
at Balboa station, i t s engine's
headlight blinking a dot d a s h
"come on" for late arrivals. All
late balletomaines from the Atlantic-side
must have climbed aboard
before it pulled out.

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ON THE OCCASION of annive

sary of India's Independence.

Prime Minister Nehru has sent
greetings to countrymen who are
abroad. In a message received
in Panama by the Indian colo colony
ny colony here, Nehru stated that 'Last
year was a difficult one for us,
and we faced heavy floods and
drought. The very fact that we
are making good progress in
building up new India shows we
are facing these difficulties wjth
good heart."

Queen Mother

Goes To Motnreal

LONDON, Jan. 2 SfUPV-Quetn
Mother Elizabeth will leave Lon London
don London Tuesday for Montreal on her
way to visit New Zealand and Aus Australia,
tralia, Australia, it was announced yesterday.

Communist Party
Facinq Oldtfmers'
Rebellion In Italy
ROME, Jan. 25 (UP)-Italy's
crisis-ridden Communist Partv

factd fresh cases Of rebellion

from oldtime members today.
An ousted party leader in Sicily
was defying the Partv ooenlv. and

two Communist members of Par Parliament
liament Parliament were reported determin determined
ed determined not to run for re-election in the

general elections expected next
June.

The rebellions were the latest

in a long crisis which inflicted an

admitted membership loss of 300,
000 in two years on the largest
Communist Party this side of the
Iron Curtain.
The crisis culminated las year
with the resignation or ouster of
scores of Party officials, including
Parliament member Antonio Gio Gio-litti,
litti, Gio-litti, former ambassador to Po

land Eugenro Reale, labor organi
zep Furio Diaz and about 20 lead leading
ing leading intellectuals.

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