The Panama American

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

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Panama -- Panama

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

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University of Florida
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Hoodlumism In NY Schools
Sets Off Name-Calling Row

NEW YORK, Jan. 31-(UP)-Po-lice
today extended special patrols
to 41 New York schools to help
curb juvenile crinie and hoodlum hoodlumism
ism hoodlumism that has set off a bitter, name name-calling
calling name-calling dispute between a special
Grand Jury and school official.
DeDUtV PfthV fnmmittic.nor

Walter Arm announced ja patrol

men have been assigned to 18
schools in Brooklyn scene of
mow j recent incidents including

two rapes ana a scnoo! principal's
suicide 11 in Queens Borough, and

sue eacn in Manhattan and the

uronx.

A Grand Jury investigating
school violence has been urging
assignment of police to "troubled

schools. Its ffcoposals lave been
opposed by the Board of Education
and supported by Kings County
(Brooklyn) Judge Samuel Lcihow Lcihow-itz,
itz, Lcihow-itz, to whom the jury repcr Is.
The beard last night formally
denounced the Grand Jury and
Leibowitz, and school superinten superintendent
dent superintendent William Jansen asserted
ithat the judge, in the hearing of
a school board aide, had called
Jansen an "arrogant, pompous,
swell-headed bastard."

Leibowitz immediately denied
any su!h name-calling and chal challenged
lenged challenged Jansen to name the staff

memoer wno supposedly Heard it.

only two incidents both in

Brooklyn, were- reported an citv
schools yesterday. Both involved

attempts by students to wrest
money from other pupils.
But in the aftermath of a teen

age gang killing, a 24-year-old jail jailer
er jailer was fired and arrested an

charges of beating up two young

noooiums who had been jailed ear

ner this week on murder flliarges.
The jailer,-a provisional correc correction
tion correction officer at the house of deten

tion in Brooklyn, was Carlo Nico.

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Venezuela Will
Retain Present

Oil Policies

uatialao, Venezuela, Jan. 31
(UP)-Tke five-man Veneaielan

government junta pledged today
to retain the present petroleum
policy despite the recent govern government
ment government change.
Rear Adm. Wolfgang Larraza Larraza-bal,
bal, Larraza-bal, president of the junta told
this correspondent in an exclusive
interview that the country's best

interests would be served by "the
continuation of its nrespnt nelrn-

leum policy."

Such guarantee. T.a

said, covered both foreign and

only the uresent ones "but inv

other that may come either to in

crease the exrstJns ones, or as

new investments."

Complicated

Alibi

Fails To Exonerate
Hardluck Defendant
An involved alibi on the reason
way he failed to answer a cita citation
tion citation to appeal in the Balboa ma magistrate's
gistrate's magistrate's Court was given today
JwFanamanian itubea Casuuo.
is rNtffatittil 2T!yearfiii, .inan pkad pkad-$ti
$ti pkad-$ti guilty to a charge w driving
Khout a license on La Boca Roaa
on Dec. 31. V
In addition today he faced the
juage tor tailure to answer uit
citation.
Alter pleading guilty, 'Castillo,
througn an interpreter, explained

w.iy ae had not appearea

Fishbough

drives

Waft coi

t he naa no money
do imposed on mm.

was Mi

(Z Traffic Officer

Sgl. Fishbough Dies
At Gorgas Hospital

Canal Zone Police Sgt. Edmund
C. ttsnbouan, senior trallic otiic-

er in the uatDoa District and well

known Isthmian resident, died th.s
morning at 7:50 o'clock at Goraas

Hospital after a long illness, tie

was 4tt years old.

A second generation Canal em

ploye, Sgt. Fishbough came to the

uanai zone in

ijy His tather

wn o Ham W

eam to Recetv

ing Agency1 in Cnswaaf.

He attended the Canal Zone

schools and was lirst employed

in 1935 as a cnecker at Gatun

jlocks. He joiaefl the pOiice force
in July 1936 and was. atationed
In AajrrSi eduMlflksUfc An-

IHIT With Ilia funi

Uia and For ward

At the Same Nino the iimfa nr.

dered Congress dissolvei on the
grounds Jhat it wos not the legiti legitimate
mate legitimate reoresentative nf the Vene

zuelan peopie.

l he dissolution decree charged
that the Congress installed in
April. 1953 for a fivo -voir ictM

ws, the "result of acts of Simula

tion wnicn we ousted dictatw-
Shi'D Of Preiiiflent Ugru. D

- MUbVB i
Jimenez "sought to substitute for

me legitimate rentatentatinn .t

tne republic."

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LOOKING pVER THE DEBRIS... A maid arid workman stand in what once was a bediom
in the seventh-floor apartment of ?AA representative Elton Todd In the Madura BulWrSTS
Panama City. A fire which broke out at 3 a.m. today destroyed the three bedrooms jTt he
apar-tment, burned all of the Todds' clothing and bedroom furniture BB ocurooms "i w

ExDlaininff the itinta'a Ml cnn

for mamtaining the country's pet-

iroieum poncy unchanged Larra Larra-zabal
zabal Larra-zabal said:

"ThlS polidv is not amelh; r, v:.l"

mow aitiill mil II. la cruiriert u

umy oy veneiuei s own best m
totests."

ine DOllCV. Wlirh enrnnrooi.

foreign investments through a SO SO-50
50 SO-50 profit sharinc between th,aiw

panies and the government, has

maae Venezuela tne world's larg largest
est largest oil producer outside the Fnit Fnit-ed
ed Fnit-ed States.

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Rum-Coke-Gas Mixture Bad Fir e Razes

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orKer

A civilian emnlove of the Naw

who said he works to eliminate ac-

cioents, was involved in one that
ended up as a case before the Bal Balboa
boa Balboa Magistrate's Cmtot tpday.
Monzell E. Huckabay, a 39-year-old
American mechanic charaed

with drunken driving last

day and before eatin? h atnnneri

to have a few drinks. He said that

at tne chief club at Rod Rodman
man Rodman two men came over to him
and said he almost rnan them oft

the foad earlier. They asked him

io anve down to tne security of-

Apartment

An eariv mormnir flr in fu

seyentn-iioor aooMMent nf kk

Demands Rejected

West Germany

BONN, Jon. 31 (UP) A mqjor crisis in the NATO
alliance loomed today wirh West German rejections of
British and French demands for support costs.
In an exclusive United Press interview, Defense Min Minister
ister Minister Franz Josef Strauss said yesterdoy he could see no
way in which payment for the upkeep on allied troops in
Germany could be made out nf tk ft... j-t

budget.

Pravda Te;ms US'

Bagdad Pact Aid

Gimmick For Power

MOSCOW. Jan. 31 (UP)- The

Soviet cominuuiu rtuiy oraau
rravua cnaikeu loaav mat mt-

unueu Siaiea yettua oi econouue

u io iue jotfiiuau ract ukuu,

was a gimmivA uirouuu wnicit

h. f.llad

hit ear struck

sign on th highway, and then

4 hit another sign across the road.

Damage to the signs Wis Esti Estimated
mated Estimated to be SM. Ther. Was Mao
xttnsive damag to HuCVa HuCVa-bay's
bay's HuCVa-bay's car involved in, tot accid accident.
ent. accident. 1

ina tmart urn (mum r nnvn. tst at an r -i nn w imm

"I believe in keeping law and
ffdor fljat'. my Hiicka Hiicka-bay
bay Hiicka-bay added, "I fix ears, brakes
and all to eliminate Occidents,

Judge Deir
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The fire also ainttvt !,e i,,i,..,

and oeitroyed a.i of the. olanU in
the ronthouse apartment, above
Todds' residence where actress
Terry "Moore and her hiishann r.

gene McGrath live. The McGraths

e not in Panama at this time it
is learned.

iAk it.

job wtt -a

a taxi

i wa no he IOOK

taxi urm in Panama tor a week.
Un Jan. 16. he said, an Ameri

can Woman trom tne Canal one

i uuie to his house and intormed

' him that her maid was expecting
his baby, ahu urged Castillo to
marry the giri.
To obBge the "patron," he
saiu, he married the girl, thereoy
involving certain expenses he had
not exoected. Then, said the hap

less deiemdant, the $9 he had sav

ed up towards payments ot what
he thought would be a $10 fine,
was stolen from his wallet last
Sunday.
For the original violation he was
fined flO, but an additional $5 was
imposed on him for failing to ans answer
wer answer the citation.

Syria Is Ready
To fix Date
For Egypt Merger
DAMASCUS, Syria, Jan. 31 31-(UP)
(UP) 31-(UP) Premier Sabri Assail call called
ed called his cabinet into session today to
fix a date for formal announce announcement
ment announcement of the "United Arab State''
of Egypt and Syria.
He told reporters yesterday Sy Syria
ria Syria has reached agreement with
Egypt over the necessary steps to
Bry out the merger. President
Shuki El Kuwatly added that "ev "everything
erything "everything is completed, thanks to
God"
Talks for merger of Egypt and
Syria into a single st?e were car carried
ried carried out, in Cairo and plans were
brought here for final approval.

The announcement is expected

within a week.
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Moonlight Ride
Sails From Gumboa
Tonight At Eight
The National Foundation for
Inftntilo Paralysis will benefit
and Iota of Zonians will anjoy
themselves tonight when the
moonlight boatride planned by
American Legion Post 1 sails
from Gamboa at t. Besides reg regular
ular regular buses, a special bus will
leave Balboa Commy at 1 p.m.
For the return trip, three bus bus-es
es bus-es will wait at Gamboa until the
party returns from. Its trip to
Getun.
Tickets at SI .50 ani.ca ma if ka

purchased at the pier.

senior traffic officer iu Balboa
since October 1951.
. He is survived by big wife, Mrs.
Ruth Fishbough, two sons, Hubert,
and Calvin; a brother Leon S.
fishbough, of Gatun; and his fa

ther, now on the isthmus, who re
sides in Costa Rica.

Funeral arrangements will be

announced later.

economic policies, Larraiabal said
the government "will maintain a
polrcy based strictly on the law
and on, frank cooperation with the
organizations and enterprises op operating
erating operating in the country."
He said the attitude of all offi official
cial official agencies toward private en enterprise
terprise enterprise would be one nf "sunnnrt

land encouragement."

ana coxes on an empty stomach.
Judge John E. Deming told the
court:
"I guess you csn see th fit gaso gasoline,
line, gasoline, rum and cokes don't riix
very well."
"fio, I guess not very well,"
the defendant replied.
Huckabay, who is employeil oy
the Public Works offide said that
he had worked Very hard yesler-

uspended.
and re-

won't Iv able

the defend-

build them I

to do my work now
ant pleaded.

"You can test cari without hav having
ing having a driver's license," the Judge
remarked.
"That's pretty mean," Hucka Huckabay
bay Huckabay mumbled.
"That's the law," the Judge re

plied.

High Altitude Wind
Blocking Attempts
To Shoot Satellite
CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla.. Jan.
31 (UP)-High altitude winds
which would block any attempts
t l,inh fWo irmv'l catellito mi

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sile may continue over Cape Ca Canaveral
naveral Canaveral for days, forecasters said

today.
A powerful jet stream carrying
blasts up to 200 miles an hour
sWept directly over the Cap,
where the fcig Jupiter C-missile
Was believed almost ready for the
nation's second attempt to fling
a satellite into space to match'
Russia's Sputnik II.
Other missiles, including an in intercontinental
tercontinental intercontinental AUas and an Air
Force intermediate range Thor,
also stood in their towers at the
Cape, but whether the jet stream
winds wou'd affect any plans to
launch them was unknown.

Hope of getting a satellite into

orbit around the earth was crush

ed earlier when the Navy Van
guard satellite carrier was eround

ed with mechanical difficulties
which' also resulted from bad
weather during several attempts

to launch the; slender rocket last

week.

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At 3 this morning, Todd ws a a-wakened
wakened a-wakened by the smcfl of smoke
and noticed fire shooting out of the
wall sockets in his ho.

rusnea nis wife and two young

oaogniers to saiety ana summoned
the Fire Department.
No other aoarfmenf in fh iiirht.

story edifice were affected, it was

reported today It took firemen al

most ah hour to brmc the blaze

udder control.

Todd had to borrow shoes, pants
and a shirt to go out shopping for
some clothes for himself and his
fatnily. All of their ciqthing burn burned.
ed. burned. They were not insured.
Tt was alsn rnrtrri hat the

, r -
MarliirA ItliiMlnM ma nnt

against fire.

A Fire Department official today

warned that persons, who are
caught in fires in apartment build buildings
ings buildings should not use the elevators.
He said that firemen immediately

pull switches to cut off elevator

operation and if any person hoards
the elevator thev run thte riak nf

Being suffocated.

There were no people in the ele elevator
vator elevator in today's fire, he added.

ouiiis caactf oU east

era memoeis ox iuc pact to tuk

ineir territories avauabie as
rocicet oases and ,uoacuuuds."

' it is hot surprising mat Uie
pact session levcaieo tvuii fr.jii

xuice me acute contradictions

oetween me u.o.a. anu jaruam uu
une nauu anu (ae Asian memuers
tu tne. pact on uie utuer", it saiu.
fravua uaiu tnat uuiies auverus auverus-eu
eu auverus-eu rtmenwaii econuuiic am as an
attempt to "iron out tnese con con-iiauicuons
iiauicuons con-iiauicuons '. 1

"iBut the peoples of a number of

eastern couuines 'nave manteu
irom oilier experience wha( this

reany involves U saiu.

"iney cannot hein realizine

that such aiu resuus in me seiz seizure
ure seizure ot ail natural resources :n uie

country ny toreign monopolies, ui

volves tnat country in aggressive

military uiocs, anu teaus to toe
toss oi national independence."

Britain is demanding that 50
million sterling (140 million dojr
oO.OOO-man Rhme army in the
next financial year.
,Franc h also submitted
claim lor support of its forces m
Gem"y4e NATO council j
'"They will get a 'no' from Hi,
on'ih.8!? Slru"' commentini
iu,lt .Gentian rejection
w!r?iy 24 Ho,ur NATO
Secretary-general Paul Henri
K ftte"6 her' t0 mdUt
wst problem tfcrashedTT

NY PoBce Arrest

In $100,000 Theft
NEW YrtBir r.

Two men bfliv.H t-....v...

off a iion mi rWJZSLZZr. ,lca

under arrest inAm

Ezra Benson Won't
Be uumpeo, ixe
Tells GOP Chiels

Four deter-ti v

ua, oo oi Yonkexs.

It was known the Navy tried to
launch the Vanguard, which would
carry a spherical satel'ite into
space and which blew up Dec.

when the first satellite attempt
was made.
It was ) believed the Jpiter C.
was due for firing this week.
Weather conditions, however
made it impossible to set a firm
time for a Jupiter C satellMror
until the last few .hours before the
shoot.
Even then, the Army will not
make anv announcement of nlanx

for shooting the missile which will
carry a cylindrical satellite into
space.

WALLS GO UP Rools are already being laid on softie of the temporary houses beta rushed
to completion by the Panama Government to provide 'living space for some of the persons
left homeless by the San Miguel fire. It is expected that" fire victims can start movinsr in

u'limg iiw iu mjfB ot rcuruaiy. xiie aun is near tne pig nvou (jommissary.

British Lord Dies
Leaving Fortune,
Bachelor's Secret

LONDON, Jan. 31 (UP)- Lord
Egerton of Tatton, an 83-year-old
bachelor, died at his Cheahir

estate yesterday leaving a fortune

ana tne mystery oi his tile-long
dislike of women.
' He also le t property in Britain
and a tea plantation in Kenya.
Lord Egerton had avoided wo women
men women since his youth. Reports
which he never confirmed said it
was because his mother forbade
him to marry the girl he loved.

World's Craziest Business? Getting Rid Of Money

BY DOC QUIGG

" NEW YORK I' (UP)-Theodore
W. Roth has spent 23 years m
what he calls "the craziest busi business
ness business in the country." He delves

into all parts of the world for peo people
ple people Just to offer them money.
"Crazy? It's like the stock mai

ket; Up and down," he sava.

You've eot to be a detective

ealosist. lawyer, and have the

proper will and aggressiveness

ana suu you never Know what'U
happen..

"If you do collect you make a
large loo. But you can devot.;
yaan and thoosand. of dollar
to a case and never solve it, and

you're out cold, you make noth

inf."
Roth's business is tracing miss missing
ing missing heirs. It's a rather exclusive
occupation. About a dozen per personsare
sonsare personsare in it in tins country, he
says.

f Roth figures that in 23 years hp
has located about' 8,000 miasio
heirs to sums totaling several mil million
lion million dollars.
"And I suspect there have been
about 300,000 mote persons, Ine
wishful thinkers, who have aome
to me or written me letters all
saying something like, 'please
find my aunt Matilda's money;

she died m 1800." That's not what

TllrTnie Way I Wbrtt is I find from Oalotrr, which then

toe money nrst ana taen i trace

the heirs by scientific geanealogy

We trace back sometimes ?00

years.

"Once I spent a year tracing a
man, from here to Philadelphia to
Washington. Finally Mocated his
brother and got him on the phone.
The brother said, You're one heck
of an investigator. Whete did you
say your office is? I said, '11
West 42nd St.' He said, 'that's
where my brother is.' And he was
six floors below my office."
Roth has boon looking for
nearly two and a hatf years,
both in Poland and the United
States, for heirs of Francos We-

laska, who came here in IMS

was

part of Austria. Her brothers

and sisters, or their children
would bo entitled to an inherit inheritance
ance inheritance of nearly $300,000.
An old marriage record, writ written
ten written in1 Polish script, shows her
parent's were named Michael and
Aime, but whether they died in
this country, or even has any
other children, is unknown.
Another case, on which he's
been working a year, would bring
$175,000 to the kin of tottie Strv Strv-ker
ker Strv-ker and John F. Sandford, who
-were married in 1858 near Mata Mata-wan
wan Mata-wan or Marlboro, N. J. They had
four girl, afl of whom died with without
out without having children. Lottie's and
John's brothers and sisters also
are dead hot then descendants
would be sole heirs'.

WASHINGTON, Jan. 31 (UP)

President Eisenhower today spik spiked
ed spiked any move by Republican stra strategists
tegists strategists to dump Secretary of Agri-
I. tt n.i re T

culture JCiia lau oeiiaun iia-

hilitv" in this election vear.

Tne Dresident told members of

the Republican National Commit-
l,n fii.Kinn n kxAolrfa ot ' nnn ta II"

that he has complete confidence

in each of his cabinet officers,

think all are doing a "fine job",

and has no intention of replacing

any of them.

bisenhower also made a strong
deiense of Benson's flexible price

support program, saying it is an
"honest, forthright and sensible"
attempt to solve the problem of
surplus crops that have farmers
caught in a vicious circle."
"I think that most farmers, ha
airl 'ripen in ttipir npsrts. recoa

' --
nise the administration proposals

as a courageous move to Drean
the circle."
Th breakfast was held behind

closed doors at a downtown hotel,

but portions' of the President's
prepared text were published by
the White House.

H John

and ttoZZ&i t ."LJKSra

hattan ia;r7.n;

r 1 nwr- rney were i
rested when, apparently reaM

i me oeiecuves were follov

tiiem, one aasned for a car

me oiner raced for a taxi.

'inside the ear th Af.:i-

said were two brown paper bags
toto t least $75,000 of
$100,000 in gems stolen in a tvao tvao-minute
minute tvao-minute robhery at the Kobrin Bro
Jewelry Store WeHnairl.

mg. There was 4mnnn ,.,-n. la

. t ,ww nui i : mm
jewelrv. some niorot ctni .-

Kg"""'" price-tags in the two bagfc

pmnnea w question L
Rosa, a truck owner, and StrivelB.
a truck; driver, also about a $250, $250,-000
000 $250,-000 gem theft from a Hold
son suite last Sunday.

Shoeless Mexicans
Receive Good News
MEXICO CITY. Jan. 31 fUP)

The Mexican masses, long bare

foot, can afford to buy shoes now,
the government said today.
National Economy Minister Gil-

berto Loyo said Mexican shoe

manu acturers, comp ying with a
government request to make shoes
within the economic reach of
every Mexican, were turning out
"comfortable and durable" alums

that retail for 44 pesos, or $3.82

a pair.

Guided Missiles To

Be Key Defense

Of West Germany

BONN, Germany, Jan. 31-(uf)
-West Germany will ha it Ok

ward air defense On guided ms
siles, defense minister F-anz-Josef
Strauss revealed today.
In an exclusive TTmtr r in

terview Strauss said Ger.Tuny
would also need a multi-purpose
aircraft" which could knort d6vi-nk
enemy bombers that hrnici thm4

the missile line.
Strauss revealed that air defensO
would be divided about eotwirv be between
tween between missiles and fighter?
Ho said the multipvrposo air.
craft would be required to fync
tion in three roles:
1. As a hi2h-flvin iWMianit.

sance plane.

2. A tactical fighter bomber.
3. An all-weather fight"--
"We want the same ii?ci-tl la

flo a three jobs with mii-o.- rnmlr

ticauons and cnanges of equip

ment, ne said.

Lost Your Cot?
A Siamese cat found waa
ing in Panama City has been i

ven a temporary home. 1
The cat's rightful owner mi
arrange get it back by describii
it to its hostess (Panama 3-118
or to a catwiciouo hitiWlil
Canal Zone (Balboa 2-atW).



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iitt.e was Biven tc the Little hock hMl lMt fan.

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that this wjyjSjgJ rJtS hi their opinion made
ly presents the 'Nation to .th mn tne previous year.
Sgwlicaat contributions tdRerta?he award was made one
The article turthei states that the ail region
flay after the Arkansas Department f torveEn.aubu3.
Swented its Americanism plaque to a-tars u to the.
I guess I have been M,,. over a period of
meaning of "iemoeracr and SKrSyi Tmericanism at
15 years I have Slll member of the arm-
breamed of. T waK. to say the least, surprised

can.by the isUan readirg
iPieas. furnish me w tgj-tf SJSSS
rft8 committee slnoe u of 5?,,
S101 ASlBof fS anyerested readers,
address in the Mail BOX ior Former Legionnaire.
Ed. Note: The address is 1830 Jefferson Pi, Wash Wash-:(lnfton
:(lnfton Wash-:(lnfton 6, DC.
i SAN ANTONIO BUGLE

-i- hVouttht u a lot of eld timers froni down
The past week brougnt w ii d They

itmder. First ue -.ph. nd fch, BUray

rd? fti hmanvSd friends here from the Canal Zone
a "5 commentators I
tftiS-S T aSfatWmo?t
Ar-S.nv out. of work and more to come. 1 find that most

fJKof work here donFnt orK- DU' WIUVB cu"4 "'"'v'"-

pwltions. v th oJt lt looks like fYank will go at
If the medic glv theof n w

Peter Edson
in
Washington

WASHINGTON, (NEA-Th
first U.S. congressman to switch
front Republican to Democrat
Since Sen. Wayne Morse of Ore Oregon
gon Oregon did it three years ago is Rep.
Vincent J- Dellay of New Jer Jersey's
sey's Jersey's 14th district across the

Hudson River trom Manhattan.

nIliv has now made his switch

official by moving across the aisle

of the House. He has Men accept accepted
ed accepted as a member of the Democra Democratic
tic Democratic caucus. He has resigned as Re

pumican nvemoer oi me n o u e
Merchant Marine C o m m 1 1 1 e.
Sineltr Sam Havburn has nOW

reassigned him as a Democratic

mmh?r of tne Merchant Marine.

Postal and Civil Service commit

tees.

Ths nt nuestion whicA Dellov

has to decide betore the March 6

ciosme date in the 1958 New J

.... .k.k. ko'll win

unv nriinai ikh ta w iiciiivi v. j. vm

ior reflection, and if so on whit

ticket?

There are two versions on wny

Denay did what he did. one is uei uei-i.v'c
i.v'c uei-i.v'c storv The other is what Ne

Jersey Republicans have to say

about htm.

n.ll (A Korn tn Italian

.nn. in wt New York. N J.

His father died when Dellay was

a boy and he educated nimseu in

evening high school ona ai amef
.can banjing Institute.

Sam Von Winkle . v Finally Awake

,1s-SHf'- iliWKF-S5KjM
-i-iki

IwhyWashingtom
Merry-Go-Round
f IHW M At tQg

WASHINGTON After a bitter

all-day backstage battle, the

Moulder committee finally jecia jecia-ed
ed jecia-ed to side-step an inquiry into cor corruption
ruption corruption inside the Federal Com

munications Commission, the a-

gency which decides who will get
valuable radio TV licenses. A
niirtr-nf.a.millinn dollars had

been appropriated by Congress to

pay for tne investigation, ana al almost
most almost every penny has now been

spent in advance preparation.

Ttut the committee turned a-

round and voted not to bring out

the dynamite-laden tacts its prop propers
ers propers had unearthed, evei though

the $250,000 may be wasted. The

facts were too hot to handle.

k Tk MtmmiHu ttflt wse fi til 5

The two who voted to let the pub pub-k
k pub-k lie know what was happening

were: John Moss of Calif onus
and Morgan Moulder of Missouri,

now Democrats.

fit:

anazer. The city

work on the

. u.w. S,';:" 7iui of sewer bine to be laid and

The Big send -. :
W. and is living us ittto cooi ah.

maFat fitock Show begins Fob. 7 at the County Coliseum
and tJn XyB-me d see more beef in one piece on
ttehod taaVyou could clean up in a year.
ATthatld-Wme Canal chatter yesterday made me home-
iSt?earof t B. Monicke he was in Austin cin'ine' the
fcVow? grlite capitol In the world. Plenty mor, where
that came from.
Hasta la otra semana.
Pop Wright.

DON'T BOTHER ME . I'M BUSY

He became an aiiistant bank
comptroUer m New York. For 20
years he was a field auditor for
New Jersey treasury department.
He's on leave from that job now,
while serving In Congress.
He got into politics early. And
because he was a. Republican in
an old Hague machine Democra Democratic
tic Democratic stronghold, he went up fairly
fast

. jt.t n fnr fVmfress in 19-

54 and lost. Undaunted, decid decided
ed decided to try again in 1956 and the GOP

organization let mm navo u la lamination.
mination. lamination.
Few Republieane throught ne
h,d a chance against 300-pound
Democrat T. James Tumulty, nep nephew
hew nephew of Woodrow Wilson's former
secretary.

(Dellay vUltod H Canal Urn
t fall with the rehant Mar Mar-ine
ine Mar-ine and Fisheries Committee.
Tumulty was here with the same
committee In IMS.)

oeUav says he asked and got
iSLr the GOP crg:mi-

SkTS tiVaf he Trft largely tt
" independent. But he supported

Eisenhower ana Dae

ident's Bberai program -long
with New Jersey Sen. CM
ford P. Can.

. (! which has

."T r. nolitieal

also nen umv"""" .
flukeDellaywonMto
vrad a 88.000 to 32,000

Democratic victory by Tumulty ra

The Repugn headquarter!
version of what happened next is
that they.uggested sever pj

roBa8pr"reh;e instead

lay miWH "T" hi.

to appomt several memiw.- v.

family to ni awn -r

. 1 ,iM. Ul JUU Ul VilV.

mis uiu" 7--'-
450.000 worth of jobs he had to

bestow.

n.lliii cava the organization

tried to force other appomtcis on
him with Whom he could, not work.
..n tv. 1AK7 New Jeraev eub-

ernatorial race came along, Dei-

lay went to Republican umww
Malcolm Forbes and suggested
.. i: i- tho mmiilllffl in

the 14th district. Forbes chose in

stead to work with, tne regu.r

GOP orgamzastton.
At the height of the "iPgn;
Dellay issued a statement saying
f: 1... Mill aunnorted

mat inuu . :

President Eisennower,
... h candidarv of the He-

State senator --

vote for the re-election of (Demo

crat) Governor Meyner.

WalterWinchelilnNewYork

THE HEADLINE RS

Cecil B. DeMUle hat emerged

triumphant from a relentless war

which has more casualties .than

victors: The Critics' War. Rarely

acclaimed by critics, always ad admired
mired admired by the publicMr. DeMiile
has been a Hollywood titan for Ov

er a ban-century ... The war ig

nited when reviewers rapped him
for turning out films ton auicklv.

He responded by productag two

fuckers simultaneously m a xew
weeks. Both were panned, both
earned millions.

The other day, after the London
premiere of "The Ten Command Commandments,"
ments," Commandments," DeMiile blasted film crl"
tics. He concluded by thanking his

audience for their patience an
added "it is exceeded only by m
patience with the. critics for th
nut lift v. oven vears

Am tiaut at the Sarah Phnr.

chill incident reouires deburikms:

Sneeifieally. the contention that

the Malibu police invaded her

. m a w a m.

nome. me 'tacts: tier proiamty
on the phone (to neighbors and the
ohone comnanv) resulted in a call

to the police ... After the police

called on her and were about to
depart Miss Churchill ran out' of
the house with (according to the

newspapers and cops) a bottle of

rum m ner nanas, lumpea into the
police car and battled the police
while (rroaxhina fnaiiltu iotusli

..1, v. L ..... II1U.1.D U.U.I
ly, the only invasion was the one
performed by Miss Churchill. She

invaded the police patrol car.

"Thinffs are never so bad that they I she scaled the pinnacle and plum-

eamrot be made better." meted to the depths. Happily, Miss

aeDerg receiveu more encowag

Carl Sandbura. who recently cel-

ehrated his 80th birthday, has

made a priceless contribution to

the world's treasury otjnerature.

Appropriately, uncom s most iam iam-oua
oua iam-oua hioeranher his- also demo-

strated the ereatness of slmplici-

ky. In addition, Sandburg has

much of; Lincoln's rugged e 1 o-

auence. shato humor and devo

tion to the people, wnen ne was

asked, why do poeta write?"
Sandhura renlied bv telline the

story about tne boy m church v(

Sneezed during a sermon. After
the services his mother chided

him. The youngster had the per
feet explanation: "1 didn't sneeze,
the sneeze sneezed me."

pir:..'
I The other day I got to wondering how Come I am always
so bu?y I n6ver seem to have time enough for anything. Busy,
bWyThe?I ttethet besides working, eating, and sleeping,
1 was taking; on a lot of outside activities.
Attiw officel for instance, besides getting p wore done, I
have to find Um to resent the stupidity of all the peopla who
have higher ratings; likewise those who have lower ratlnjs. I
have to i find time to object to fuling out forms, and to wonder
why reports are due on a certain day when obviously nobody
ffrLJzzlj -rlJrTZtzL -imhie ohnnt nennle wh3 turn on

-reads wiem. i nccu wiiic w r -
Se fn when I am catching cold, and time to get annoyed at
the lephone.e to complain that there's no
;nU --tb get a decent lunch, and the coffee tastes Uk3 Wlge
ater. While I'm at lt. i grah a chance to review my list of
arlevanees iHnst people who never have things ready on time,
i. i jo .,v,at fhev are sunnoseri to do.

ana ueupi yttiv uvi u --- r .

When I get home .from, work, It just one tmng ner .an-

.other I need a chance to list the mings mat ine ronunww ueiifty y- '1"' ;7iriMl fae-

v l need an hour or so to recall all the things mat are wrong
"with my house, and to make a list of the things that the maid1

didn t do, which ne snouia nave, ana sue aw u, mwi ;
shouldnhave radio-active fallout, and
to speculate about the sputnik. Then I need to gripe for r while
About people who can't fix anything right, and peophwho
charge too much.
After that, I need time to complain that I can't vote, go to
I the zoo, see a world's series game, attend the opera, and am
being deprived of radio commercials.
' I must also devote some time to wondering why all these
"Congressmen are always coming down here, which reminds me
ilo object to the Income tax for awhile, and to wonder where
M7 tax money goes.
! After all this, I devote some time to my favortti hobby,
!i which is being mad at the government.
1 Some days I just don't have a minute to myself.
Waje Slave

Tfn theatre's horizon will be is

nited next week by "Sunrise at
Pamnnhelln nhirh draiiiatUaa

the years when FDR was struck
down by polio ... Ironically, the
personal disaster was destined to
become an historical accnmnlich.

ment. By surviving the crucible,

ne xorgea tne cnarsctensucs wnicn
made him a great leader: Cour

age, Perseverance, Patience and

Fighting-optimism. His oft-quoted:
"It took me five yeara,? to learn
how to wiggle my toes" Is indica

tive nf these mialitfea Moreover

FDR was to discover that defeat

oners me opportunity tor tne most
satisfying victory if you refuse
to surrender ...Until the end. FDR

carried the hrlffht faith of hi

frghung optimism. In these fearful

days it is well to remember Roose

velt's comment to an inornate:

ing reviews in the "Bonjour Tris-

teSse cmema.

The rneketint? factor in her ca

reervis demonstrated by the fact
that onlv six vears aao when she

was 13 she wrote a fan letter to

Marlon Brando. It read: "Dear

Mr. Brando: I know bow hard it

must be with all those Photoera

phers and reporters chaaing you
around, so if you would like to

come and stay, at my home, my

family would like you to come

and stay as long as you like.
Miss Seberg now comments:
"He never answered. Everyo.i
says I ought to try now."

The men who fought hardest to

keep the public in the dark were

John Heseiton of nassacnuseus
and Joe O'Hara of Minnesota,
both memhnra nf the fJOP a cla

que which emitted prolonged
cheers when this writer' was cx-

nnsinff hams, deeo freezes and

mink coats under the Democrat

Haying exposed scandal under
the Democrats however t.his col

umn herewith publishes some of

tne scandal which the Republic

ana now want tn annnreaa One

scandal involves the grant of tele

vision unannei 10 in Miami.
IKE'S BROTHER-IN-LAW
After 10 years of debate, from
1947 to 1957, Channel 10 went to
National Airlines the first time
in history that an airline has been
granted a TV station. Oral argu

ments were heard on July 13, 1954,
and an FCC examiner Herbert

Sharfman, a competent civil serv

ant of excellent reputation, wrote

a 50-page opmion recommending

that Channel 10 go to Frank Kat-
zentine. nrominent Mia mi Civic

leader.. But to Feburary, 1957, the

commission reversed us examin examiner,
er, examiner, awarded the channel to an air airline
line airline which has been close to Pres President
ident President Eisenhower's brother-in-law,

uoi. tioraon moore.

Anderson called Commissioner
Mack.
COMMISSIONER MACK'S STORY
Mack admitted that Whiteside

was big close friend and that
Mack's personal assistant in the
VCC Farl "Rum" RarHer hail

come from Whiteside's law firm.

Informed of the reports that he
had committed his vote, m ad advance,
vance, advance, to National Airlines, Maek.
replied:

"I have never commrtted my
vote to anybody.''
Anderson pointed out that a se series
ries series of long distance phone calls
had been made between Mack's
FCC office and Whiteside's law
office just before the Channel 10
decision.

These calls had nothing to do

with the FCC," Mack replied.

"Whiteside is my lawyer. I was
discussing a personal matter."

Anderson then asked way t n t
calls suddenly ceased rhiht efter

the FCC decision oh Channel 10.
"It was purely a comeidence,"

Mack replied, "Those cans were
personal business."
He did not explain why they had
been charged to the FCC.
Anderson then asked about re reported
ported reported payments to Mack from a
Grant Foster trust 'fund, which
was kept in Whiteside's custody.
"I have borrowed money from
Whiteside," Mack hlurted. "This
fellow I have known since he was

in grammar sehdoh'

ed?

Georee "Ted" Baker, president

c Vfit;onal Airlines, admitted

when questioned that Colonel
i h,m visited him frenunntlv

i j
in Miami. The time of the viaita

was during, and shortly after, the

preliminary recommendation a
gainst National Airlines.

One reason GOP Congressmen

Greer Garten, now rorrusselline

in "Auntie Maine,-' Knows tnai

stardom, is more of a victory than

a gm ... Aiier striving mi many
years, Miss Carson became a star

m the, London theatre, and won a

nouywooa contract, sne naa a ty typical
pical typical MovieVille experience: She
a continued to receive a lush sala salary
ry salary without being assigned to ap-
- 1H! It t.

pear in any- .urns rmaiiy, sne
ctnrmot-1 mtn iha hnma rvf iha afu:

dio's general manager, and thund-

erea: i was terrmc in Lonaon.
Look at this spranbook. I hate the
whole picture business, and I wish
I'd never come over here. But 1

want tne cnance you promised

me

The following Jav she was of

fereri a mmor rob in a ftixlror AI

though the oart was small, it had

tremendous impact and helped

mate miss Gprson a star in 'Good

bye, Mr. Chips."

The teevee heebeeieebea is best

itt . . At i .

liiustrateo oy a sio caesar inci incident.
dent. incident. When one of his wf!ters told
him. "Wonderful show. Sid." he

cringed and moaned: "Don't say

that too loudi. Luck, might' hear

you. itestnes. what aboil next
week? Can I do if. again?"

Memos of a dirt Friday: The
advance copies of the Feb. 1 TV
Guide just came in. They have
vmi nn the cover (with a sluff for

the N.Y. Mirror) plua another
full page color photo a few pages

later ... Good break for your show.

That issue will' hit a new him. in

circ way over six mm ... Don t

you think the editors should send
a conv to everv newinaner tv dent.

ennaiderine all those kind words

in your "Are Critics People?"

niece? froniv tne oniv ones iv

critics ever got Harper's must
heave a hefty sight of relief that

Sarah Churchill gave her worst

performance before they puWiSh
a book (in the Spring) about her
Wonderful parents ... Tom Weath Weath-erly
erly Weath-erly sent in this terse verse which
needs printer's ink ... The title;
"Lines Written in Disgust"..."I've
seen some stupidity In my day,
but nothing compared to the gree

dy way in which, for the sake of

instant dough commercials are

killing J.P.'s show" ...The TV and
movie trade journals want to know
when Desilu starts shooting the

story of the surrender of Public

Enemy Number One fLenkel to

the FBI through you. I said I as

sume some timt. in July-Ag ..
How do von think vou are ever Co

ing to launder the funniest gag in

27w years snout jacxie uieason
and Tai'ulah meeting for the first
time? She is sure' a witty wom

an ... Dtdla hear about tne teiia
who had insomnia so bad he

t any FCCTprobe

White House

was because of White House calls

to FCC members attempting to

dictate tneir decision. Also impor important
tant important is the strange role played hy
FCC Commissioner Richard Mack
in the Channel 10 case.

voted for Eisenhower, was appoint
ed to the FCC by Eisenhower from
Miami in 1955, when ibe FCC was
faced with the unfavorable recom recommendation
mendation recommendation of examiner Sharfman
which the White House wanted to
reverse.

There are reports that oefore
he was appointed Mack promised

tuuiiuau vtihlcbjui:, a jvuaiui at attorney
torney attorney close to National Airlines,
that he would vote for National

Airlines. When questiones, White

side flatly refused to talk. So, to

The roller-coaster asnect of show

business has been Waph'eally U U-luted
luted U-luted fj JesA Sebero. She ir
a lovely, articulate, nrt intelligent

1t .,..aIH Tn hr t-TMTl Q I trim

IITTHl HW ........ ...... ..... ..
"Sint Joan." she was a star-and coMn't even sleep when it was
a failure. Within a few months, time to get up!

" 7 x at jvatf
get the facts m,y assistant Jackominously

'How much have- you burrow-

"Onlv small amounts." Mack

said. He refused to define what
he meant by "small amounts."
I asked whether he had borrow borrowed
ed borrowed money during the controversy

over Viiajnei jlu. no lopiiru.

"t rfon't remember." Then he

added, "I really don't remember

"Have you oaid Back all tha

borrowed taohey'?'

'I still, owe turn Some money."
Again Anderson asked how much
and again Mack said "a small

amount."

"Can it be measured in hun

dreds?"

"Oh. I owe him a counla hun

dred dollars," Mack said.

MACK'S VEILED THREAT
The commissioner claimed his
vote on Channel 10 was not the
deciding vote and did hot affect
the fihal decision anyway;
Anderson then .asked why ha had
voted at all. inasmuch as he had
friends close to all the applicants

and since his vote was PQumi to

make the losers sore," wny aian t
you simply abstain?" Anderson

asked.

He explained that is the. junior
commissioner at the time n cast
the first vote.
"I had no idea how. those eth ether
er ether fellows were going to vote," he
said. "I was the first man to vote."
This seemed to contradict his
earlier argument that his vote
didn't count anyway.
Mack made One interesting
Statement which in its context
seemed a threat that "ie would em embarrass
barrass embarrass certain Congressmen if
thev embarrassed him.
"I know some things you don't
know," he began.
."I'm sure you know many
tbinsc T don't know

"If they are going tc play that
nasty," Mack continued, "they
won't want me W 'sue.
"whit An von mem bv that?

'I'll just let it hang,' he replied

FLY LACSA

SUPER CONVAIR 320

to

color

'OBNOXIOUS' CATS

weight

..... dt. jliannmvil of the

One was ins i-r- - -

RepubUcan mcmne ots"'""""
ind tactics in Hudson County, N.J.
no was his preference for

Wife Afti aw

Thtra was nn w
bower's principles could J.

nea out nu fr"" r,--,
ried out better hy the Democrata

in Congress tnan oy -r-
" The RepubUcaln orgamiatK.n'
reaction to all this is that having
broken with them in New Jemy,
Dellay has no chance for the wr
renomlnation. He : I.
to be turning to the Democrats as
his only hope for political survival.

ATTENTION

t me join the sleepless ranks. I too happen to suffer
,1 ol lascmnia. Unlike my compadres, I have a totally different
s Ui' .tlon, even though It's somewnat similar in consequences.
2 r.ec.i(iUy I was assigned NCO permanent quarters at Ft Gullck.
fg thought it to be a relief leaving coco Sollto and Its rowdy
; cang'lmeratlon.
However, here at Gullck we presently and consistently are
awake during the middle of the night to the weirl, horrible
sounds of cats. These miserable creatures are evidently rampant
Uu...i.a..a tu. M"n ..M.nnan4 tuna Auflrfera

For th information and advice of the ever-loving-cat-peo-
pie, I suggest that vou keep this "obnoxious" animal within the

premises oi your nome.
A cat, animal human as the case may be, is one of the
sorriest creatures that could happen to this world.
sleepless No. 4

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i ii imi mm

3

000

SPORT

to 7.50
NOW 3 m

Our Famou?
DAMON
and
BARTLEY
SHIRTS
All 8.50 10.00
NOW 4.95
STOCK
Up for
tjie Next
Six Mon lis.

EL

FRUIT OF THE LOOM MEN'S KERCHIEFS
$110 per Dozen
.' j 1 11 1
Solid Color Cotton Lisle Sox
6 colors Sixes 92 to 13 Reg. 50
3 for $1.00
ALL STRETCH ONE SIZE .MEN'S SOX
ir
Solid Colors Fancy Patterns
Reg. 75 to $1.00 per pair
3 for $1.65
PHOENIX INTERWOVEN SOX
All Solid Colors Reg. $1.25
3 for $1.65

A GROUP' OF PURE SIWTIES
VALUES TO $5.00 EACH 95c.

MANHATTAN TIES
Values to $1.95

65c.

MANHATTAN DRESS SHIRTS

White
Colors
Checks
Oxfords
Batiste
Pin Dots

All Shirts up to $1.50 reduced to $2.95
All Shirts up to $5.50 REDUCED TO $ 3.95
All Shirts up to (.95 REDUCED TO $4.95
ALL CLEAN FRESH GOODS

FADED DENIM BERMUDA SHORTS $2.95
Other (Shorter SHORTS) ,: $2.95
BATHING TRUNKS Values to $4.00. t. . $1 .95
BATHING TRUNKS Values to $6.75 $3.95
WASHABLE MEN'S COTTON ROBES, 3.95

MEN'S KNITTED "T" SHIRTS

ALL AT ONE PRICE

MEN'S SILK PAJAMAS, ONE AND ALL STRAIGHT ....... 50 Off

it 95 MEN'S COTTON PAJAMAS, Regular or Briefs, Values to 4.50. $2.95

MEN'S BATHING ENSEMBLES
IN COTTON AND RAYONS

CANA SHIRT WITH
MATCHING TRUNKS .

$7.50

MEN'S COTTON SHORTS, Boxers or Grippets . 1.25 to .85

BOYS' DENIM SHORTIES OR LONGIES, Values to 2.50 ...
MEN'S ATHLETIC UNDERSHIRTS . 3 for $1.00
PURE SILK BOWTIES, Values to 1.65 .85

A LOT OF BEST QUALITY MANHATTAN TUXEDO SHIRTS
BROKEN SIZES SLIGHTLY SOILED
PERFECt AFTER ONE LAUNDERING
Values All of them- 6.75 to 8.50 to clear 'A $2.95

A LOT OF COTTON TERRY CLOTH
BUTTON FRONT JACKETS
White Green Yellow Blue
VALUES to $5.75 to clear . $93

YOU ARE REMINDED THAT DUE TO LACK OF SPACE-eery
thing can not be shown at onetime. New Suits Slax, Shirts etc.
will be BROUGHT OUT DAILY.

SIX EXTRA CLERKS IN ATTENDANCE
STORE HOURS DURING SALE
8:00 A.M. TO 12 NOON 1:30 P.M. TO 6:00 P.M.
if NO ALTERATIONS ON CLOTHING
OUTSIDE OF THE CUFFS ON PANTS
AND SLEEVE LENGTH ADJUSTMENTS

SAMUEL FRIEDMAN INC.

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THE PANAMA AMERICAN AM INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER
FRIDAY, JANUARY SI, 1958
Sc
Box 134,
octal ana

WOE FOUR

Staff

anama

jjjjj

ed by St. Luke's Cathedral in Au Au-con
con Au-con a day to remember. Com

mittee Chairman col. rran m- respectjvev
ler and Mrs. Miller headed the vWrhaiT

lot.
The Steering Committee includ-

ea near auiu. ueurge aic ...
I. i. i -i 1 1 l. u u.. ueu

Uen. riugn Aruuia disuuji n,. mb-i

MARGARITA UNION CHURCH
As part of the Communion ser service
vice service Sunday morning. 11:00 a.m.,
Margarita Union Church will ins install
tall install the members of its governing
body the Church Council. Wilber
G. Bowen and Mr 5. GtoerJe Down

ing wHl serve during the coming

year as Chairman and Secretary

Vice-chairman is Carl F. MaeJl

Mrs., R. L. Hanacrs, is financial

secretary and August It. Camp-

is of treasurer. Members of

PHOTOGRAPHED YESTERDAY in front of the bust of Gen.
William C Gorgas at the memorial laboratory in Panama
wh ch bears his name, were: Left to right, Dr. carl Johnson,
director Dr. Walter A. Bloedorn of Washington, DC, presi president
dent president of the Gorgas Memorial institute which maintains tne
laboratory; Mrs.' Louis Williams and Dr. Williams, also ot
Washington. He is a consultant with the Pan American
Sanitary Bureau,

.GORGAS MEMORIAL LABORATORY ENTERTAINS
FOR PRESIDENT OF MEMORIAL INSTITUTE
Dr Walter A. Bloedorn, president of the Gorgas Hosoital
Memorial Institute of Washington, D.C., was,the honor guest
last night at a cocktail party given at the Panama Golf
Club by the director of the Gorgas Memorial Laboratory nd
Carl Johnson and their staff.
In the receiving line were the asistsant director and
Mrs. Graham B. Fairchild and Dr. and Mrs. Louis Williams
of Washington. Guests. included executives in the medical,
health and biological fields in Panama and the Canal Zo?e.

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r uit utiaiu ui i r r -Hjdiu v,i

son' FrTLStXnaW t7JJ
DaviT YerMr. anu airs. nd.,!he cha,rmin the Var,US
Char.es Morgan anu Harold j.i.auxiliary organftations are also
Zierten included in the council.
And What can be expected. for Tne pastor's Communion1 medi medi-tomorrowr
tomorrowr medi-tomorrowr Vveu, i.iauy imuSi: Utionn has been entitled Harmo-

There" will be the feeding of the nious Living

goose; the sketching ot heads,

mother Hubbard in the cupboard;
treasure uove; uunking iu the
poll; the throwing of pies; the
sales ot exouc items in me Bohio.
There will be an electronically
operated train on which the kius
can ride;

At 5:00 n.m. the Junior Feloow-

ship will meet for a short devotion devotional
al devotional to be followed by a fun night.
Mrs. Fay M. Brown and Mrs. Ches Chester
ter Chester S. Harrold are the councillors
in charge. At 6:15, also on Sunday
night Sergeant A B. Cooper of

the Canal Zone Police force and

l' -,-,.- ; ikn nkiiMU mil 1 oni-,L-

j IIII CHltt ill UIC IMUllll rrii.i o,i .ii

The 5i8in Engineer comoai wj. to the Youth Fellowship on tne

.1 . ..j... utui -..LJ i" t.j.. r uu ,J fi.

have been omitted or curtailed be,

cause of th church's participa- land

uon in the uuiy uranam crusaae

spuireu oy la. ihu tiaiocu, wui

proviue a parachute jump tower
ior ciulwcu. atrappeu m Harness

under supervision, tne sniaiiKrhprgc of the opening devotional

irv can scuvn uu,m anu oecuuie

Junior Paratroopers at the drop
of tne well Known hat.

7 "i 1
There will be the ever-popular
pony rides, and i ops can try
meir lucn at tne hole-ui-oue cont contest.
est. contest. Arcnery contests are included
in the merriment, and tent con concessions
cessions concessions will otier a world of op opportunity.
portunity. opportunity. All things being equal it sounds
like awonuenui, ua :

S,gt. and Mrs. Cooper wili be ma, Sir Ian L. Henderson

- -r Hanoi 1,111.1 I It nW fOlflmiV I'llllIMI I rll till'.

The usual activities of the week of Knight Commander of the Brit
... 1 fa ia I . 1 it Mnn of 171 rf

Ftstival At Morganland
Hishlight Of Tomorrow
The lovely grounds of Morgan's
Gardens will' be transformed into
fairvlani tnmnfro for the

throngs of youngsters and adults i untill. darkness tars.
florkine to Morganland. Many hands worked to make

Ail Hav inner festivities will he tomorrow's spring festival an

In swing and at the Balboa Sta- annual fund-raising affair sponsor

Mr. Rose Phillips
Honored At Coftet
Mrs. Rose rmttips was the
guest of honor yesteruay at a cof cof-lee
lee cof-lee party, held at her daugnter s
quarters in Fort Gulkfc. The visit visitor
or visitor is the house guesHrf her daught daughter
er daughter and. son-in-law Capt. and Mrs.
Ralph Carpenter.
Soroptimist Club
To Hold Luncheon
At El Ponama Hilton
The Sorontimist Club, will hold

a luncheon tomorrow in the Patio

tion at 10 a.m. the first trainload of the El Panama v Hilton Hotel

will take off with festival-bound

nasseneers. The Governor's scoot

er will shuttle back and forth

between Balboa and Morganland

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Uruguayan Ambassador
Batumi From Holiday

The Uruguayan Ambassador to
Panama. Dr. Feiix Polled Carrio,

Mrs. Polleri Carrio and their

daughter. Miss Beatriz PoLeri.

returned to Panama Tuesday
from a vacation spent in Uruguay.

Class In Camp Craft
Will Buain Tomorrow

Miss Lvdia Czanek will begin a

class hi camp craft at the Balboa

Little House tomorrow from 8 to

11 a.m. for all intermediate and

senior Canal Zone Girl' Scouts

from districts two and three.
Those attending are requested

to bring, the following items: one

kniie snarpening stone a six-,ioui
lenght of rope, notebook and pencil.

(Continued on Page &

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subject, "Our Faith and Our Driv

ing". Sharon Cooper daugnter of

son since the general council of
the Union Church of the C.Z.
is now an active colleague and
superior of the British Melnodist
Mission.
The same may be aid fir Mrs
Major John A. Sundberg who will
later occupy the Gambda pulpit
si.nce the Salvation Army has long
had the active support of ibe U U-nion
nion U-nion Church. Bcfors undertaking
Salvation Army assignm ,nts with
her husband, Mrs. Sundberg was
a social worker ki Sweden hav-,
ing had training in her home city
of Stockholm.
The Young Peoples' Class in
churchmanship will next meet on
Monday afternoon March 17, and
will continue for two more sessions
after that date.
The minister of the Gamboa U U-nion
nion U-nion Church, the Rev. Walker M.
Alderton w.ill be heard on the

CFN Church-of-the-Air Sunday

morning, from 8:00 to8:30 a.m.

I I
Iff

GATUN UNION CHURCH

Thp Vraith Fellowshin of the

Z ,.7 , uius ui
Gatun Union Church will be ex- standing

young people of Junior High School
in its program. Both Junior and

Senior High School stuuents win
meet in the Church sanctuary at
S-aj n.m.

At the 11:00 o'clock sevvice on

Sunday morning the minister will
bring the sermon, "The Rewards
of Radical Religion." The anthem

by the choir will be Wilpur uieno uieno-"rnm
"rnm uieno-"rnm ft lis Sine." All

classes of the Church School wili
. n ... mi. .?.u : t f

meet at : a.m. ine auojeci mi

discussion by the Adult Bible Class
nnntinnintf tllB tlirlifS fmi'l the

VUiiiiiiuuih

Book of Amos is "Social Leaders

orwl Qnnial Inillslici."

The monthly meeting of the Wo Woman's
man's Woman's Amiliarv will be held Thuis-

dav at 9:00 a.m. with coftee and

refeshments served in 'the church

basement, The program ana tne
business session, will follow at 9:30
GAMBOA UNION CHURCH
Vnr iha four Sundavs of Febfau-

ary and two Sundays In March,
the minister of the Gamboa Union

rhurrh will be absent on vaca

tion. Guest preachers will occupy

the pulpit ana aonouci, seinic
during that peru j
ir. A Herrini. chairman of H

board of Deacons and deaconesses
has announced ttiat the Rev. Tbo
mas E. Lee will lead off as "visit "visiting
ing "visiting preacher this Sunday, at the

regular hour l,o:4U a.m. iuee is a
native of Picayune, Mississippi.
He taught for some years at
Clark Memorial College in, that
Bfata. He has more recently served

various churches in his home area

ana IS now reureu ii vm v..,v
pastorate. 1
Tha nv. Victor J. Watson, su

pervising Minister of the British

Matnnnisr. circuu. win uiiuk

mm and conduct morninc wor

ship on Sunday, Feb. 9. Watson

was ordained here last year. e
is a graduate of the University of

London and of, Headnngley Titeo Titeo-logical
logical Titeo-logical Seminary In England.
People of the Gamboa Union
Church are particularly glad to
hear and get acquainted with Wat-

WESLYAN METHODIST
Panama
During the 9 a.m. service at

the Panama Weslyan Mettioc.ist

church (British Conference) ;mn-

day, a special program in honor
of'HjB.M. Amh'assader to Pana-

wno

title

PANAMA'S CHIEF EXECUTIVE PLAYS HOST President Ernesto de la Gnardia, Jr., (seat (seated
ed (seated left) was host last night to menja-rs of the National Assembly at a state banquet held on
tha eve of the Assembly's adjournment. Cabinet members also attended. At the President'!
lefi is Chief Justice' of the Supreme Court Angel Lope Casls;. seated far right is Panama!
Foreign Minister Aquilino Boyd.

ish Empire by the Queen of Eng-

Tn arlHitinn snecial til IMS Will

also be given to his wife Lady
uorwiavcnn whose work in. giy

JiVIIUV W'
ing relief to the recent fire vie

tims of the community was out

Tatiors nt invitation have been

sent to seyeral fraternal, religi religious
ous religious and civic organisations and
ex-servicemen of the community
to1 aUend the special service honor honoring
ing honoring these two distinguished per persons.
sons. persons. It is quite likely that Rev. lner
Basinger song leader of the Bill
Graham cursade will bo Hie
preacher at the special 4:30 p.m.
service.
Holy Communion will be admins admins-tered
tered admins-tered after each service.
BAPTIST CHURCH
Balboa
Anton Marco of San Carlos ope-
- ... i . A U

tra fame win De singing ai me

First Baptist Church of Balboa
Heights, Sunday morning at both
the 8:20 and 10:40 morning ser-
vipps.

Mar converted to the

Christian faith eight years ago

nnA toft th. San faring Obera Com

pany and a pending, contract with

the Metropolitan, upera uompany
to sing exclusively in evangelistic
work.

Recenfiy he has been- singing

7tBillv Graham ean w4

h. rw&han r.rnsade. Henlrill give

a report of the Graham'Crusades
as well as sing in the morning

services'. Rev. William m. ueey
will be hringing the morning, mes messages
sages messages at both services.
The evening activities are to np
cancelled in favor of the Crusade
in the Tivoli Commissary. Every Everyone
one Everyone is invited to attend the Sun Sunday
day Sunday at 9:30 a,nd either of the wor worship
ship worship services at 8:20 or 10:40.
STARTED OWN FIRES
DURHAM, England, Jan. 31
(UP)-Robert C. Shaw, 20, an ap apprentice
prentice apprentice fitter, took his job too
seriously. He was boss of the fire
extinguishers at the paper mill
where he worked.
A court ruled yesterday that,
when there were no fires to put
out, Shaw started four of them
causing $50,000 damage.

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Embroidered Irish Linen

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TlID AY, J ANT ART St 1958

Jawing Better Than

War, Macmillan

Tells Australians

PAlMUrPPA inll. Tan .41

VWMUUitin, fiuju buq, wnw. vi.
CITP .Tlritish Prime Minister Har-

tUt Ms cmillin said hen vesterdav

)i unal with Sir Winsinn Phurp.-

hffl that "jaw-jaw" between toe
. 1 L.u I

wen ana Moscow is oeuer mn

"war-war."
But Macmillan speaking

parliamentary dinner, em
IMF anv sum mil talk

most he prefaced by an accord on

me agenda and procedures to
van "iKsillifrinn if not Uri,

The prinK- minister, here on a

ww- of com bi on wealth countries,

i still believe with ChnrAiD,
that iaAw-iaw is better than war-

war and I for one hope. we 'will

be able to arrange jaw-jaw."
Macmillan said that on the basis

phasi?ea
HaW"

MAYOR AT WORK Startled Brockton, Itess., reatdetita
watched rfewLv elected Mayor Wilfred A. Desrosier scrub wta wta-dowf
dowf wta-dowf on aTwaSVrch outside hte office. Desrosier .who
41 tite reoresentative, and a bus driver, decided the
llSSSSVM flrat c:ean-p
campaign of his term.

Railroad Shares
Reach New High
To Spark Market

new highs smce
led the entire, market higher.
Gatota toe carriers ranged to
.Vthn 2 noints in such issues
WeStera MaSd and Western
farific ? A long t of others rose

their average av
June 17, 1957.

The rise for a time lifted the
industrials above the jeced bar bar-rier
rier bar-rier of 450 with oil issues, steels,
chemicals, and specm Lg-
. m. mntivp DOWer.

sues rurnisiuiig
Coppers moved up witt gains

ranging w i -t t
foriher production curtailment

Ppfizer roe on a good earnings
"ili :3r in.ntr5i buvine in

some of the other togs. Autos
registered small advances. Na National
tional National Cash Register ran up 2 oa
word the company's ato process processing
ing processing machine has been released

-t nils disnlaved

strength. Steels firmed. Coppers
rose on higher prices for the
1 1 t Ann A monpan SmeLt-

U1CMU W uwwu. .... j
ine ignored a cut dividend and

rose better than a point.
Firestone and, Qodyear rose a
v. ;n thoir denartment.

Gypsum issues rose a pomt in the
buildinsi department. Corning
Glass was" up 1 while Owens Illi Illinois
nois Illinois Glass lost better man a

point. Special issues ruled strong
with oofne rancrincf in 2 tinints in

ww o o V- r
ratemillar Tractor. Chrvsler led

the motors higher. Cessna did

nothing on a dividend increase in

the aircrarcs.

Royal Dutch led the market In
turnover with U.S. Steel, General
Motors, Bethlehem, Fruehauf

iiauci -au iuiu aiau auuve.
Germany's Leading

Plant Designers
Pool Their Skill
BONlfc Germany Jan. $1 (UP)
Willi Messerschmitt and Ernst
Heinkel Germany's to leading
aircraft designers have decided
to pool their engineering skill in
an attempt to put the German
aircraft industry back on its feet
the magazine German Interna International,
tional, International, said today.

It reported that the two men,
known for years as hitter rivals,
would "undertake the joint design
of hew aircraft from the bottom
up."
It had been announced nrevimis-

ly that Messerschmitt and Heinkel
were collaborating in production

of light training planes, but to-

ay s report was the first that
they would pool their engineering

ano designing talents.
Both are accepted as the lead
ers in the German aircraft indns,

try. Heinkel designed the world's
first turbo-iet Diane in 1338 and

flew in the first jet plane a year

later.

However, Messerschmitt built

the first jet aircraft to roll off

the prtwuction line, the ME202,
which was put into action bv the

Germans in the closing days of

worm war u.

Find Saxon Coins

NORWICH E.ngknd Jan. 3,1

(UP) Workman clearing land

for a new building at Wymond-

ham College have unearthed 880
Saxon coins da tine from the early

10th century, college officials re revealed
vealed revealed yesterday.

They said the -hoard, largest
batch of Saxon com found in Brit Britain
ain Britain since 1872, was buried two and

a naif feet oeneain toe sunace

Coa Guards Hurt

GOA Portuguese I.ndia Jan. 3,1
(UP ) Three frontier; guards Were
injured Monday when their car

was busted by land mines laid Dy
Indian terrorists, an official com

munique said last night.

of experience at the Geneva sum summit
mit summit conference of 1935, he was
"anxious that any further meet meet-ing
ing meet-ing .be preceded by some prelim preliminary
inary preliminary agreement as to procedure
and as to agenda."

US Chief Delegate
To UN Henry Lodge
On Asian Visits
ROME, Jan. 51 (UP) -American
Chief Delegate to the U. N.
Uonrv r.ahnt ijuim flew to Tehe

ran today on a three-week good-d

will tour of four mid-eastern and
Asian nations.
Lodge was carrying special
messages from President Eisen Eisenhower
hower Eisenhower to the Chiefs of State of
Iran, Pakistan, Afghanistan and
India.
During his two-day stay In Ro Rome,
me, Rome, he discussed the Middle East
with Pope Pius XII in a 20-min-ute
private audience yesterday.
Lodge said afterwards the Pontiff
showed an "amazing up-to-date
knowledge" of the situation there.
Lodge, accompanied by his wife
left Rome's Ciampino airport for
Teheran on a U. S. military plane.

Doctor Jailed

TOKYO. Jan. 31 fUP) Dr. Ma-

aakata Kono. 30 wa.a iailed todav

on suspicion of illegal possession

of firearms wnen ne reponea to
police someone stole a 90-year-old
pistol from his home.

Experts To Meet
BONN G.ermany, Jan. 31 (UP)
French, Italian, and West Ger German
man German defense experts will meet in

Rome Feb. 4 to work out plans to

pool their weapons research and
development programs, the gov government
ernment government announced yesterday.

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THJ PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILX NEWSFAPEI
FRIDAY, JANUARY ll, 195l

Social and Oth

erwi&e

CoHtinutd

r. and Mr.. Alter
My. Dd. To
Sfxr. and Mrs Rogelio Alfaro
hi entertaining with dinner to to-I
I to-I to it their residence u a
emda in honor of Colombian Am Am-a
a Am-a sudor to Panama, Dr. Rul H.
I,mui and Mm. .iamoa who
. rt leaving the Ishmus toon.
kin ami Mr. Poforaon
httrt.in tor Mr. MeNevIn
Ihe Very Kev. and Mrs. Mainert
5' rcterson entertained at a tea
the Deanery on Monday from
1-30 until 6 in honor ei mrs. BUtf
Zaoeth W. McNavin one of the

m teacners w ob
je Cana. at-woi aynvto

ly for a semester m -States
methods of instruction

hamdtespped cmwreu.

J'.i. ik were mem-

BTJorti w,tn
Shorn Mrs. McNevm hi been u u-Xciated.
Xciated. u-Xciated. Pourint.were: Mrs. Sa Sa-SmeLWalden,
SmeLWalden, Sa-SmeLWalden, Mn. Wm. W. Bald Bald-Hi
Hi Bald-Hi Mrs. G. Bow, Pt president
lithe Evening Guild, .Mra. Byrne
fe president; Miss Josephine
Withers, president of1 the Altar
Build and Miss. Claire Ogden of
Ae Bella Vista Children's Home.
Mrs. McNevin left yesterday
ff San Francisco, California,

where she will receive her train
and Mrs. Keawrski
Hero Prem Florida

Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Koperskt-of
Orlando, Fit. are vi.siting Cue
IsthmHf as house guests ot their
son and daughter-in-law Mr. au
Mrs. R. J. Koperiki at their resi residence
dence residence on Lai Cruces St balbo.

Mr. and Mrs. Carents
From Massachusetts
Arrive for Visit
Mr. and Mrs. George Carens
Jr.. of Welieily Hills Aiass. amv-,
ed yesterday for a two-week visit
with Mrs. Corens' brother anu
sister-in-law, Mr- and Mrs. E. H,
Neville, Jr. o Ancou.
Clayton Offleer' Wives
Ian Luncheon Feb. S
Tb Ft. Clayton Ofiicers Wives
Club will hold their regular lun luncheon
cheon luncheon Wednesday, Feb, 5 at the
Ft. Clayton Officers Club. Tne
program will be presented during
the iherry hour preceding the
luncheon beginning at 12:30.
It will feature Elena Aleman de
tapfa (Mrs. Luis C. -Tapis), Pa Panama's
nama's Panama's National Queen of the Po Po-llera
llera Po-llera who will wear one of her

prize-winning pollers s. Her collec

tion ot .gold jeweriy, au antique
which is worn with the poller a,
and her decorative hair ornaments
(tembleques) are expected to
prove conversation pieces.
Mrs. Audrey E. Kline, public
relations director of El Panama
Hilton will deliver a short hi-.

formal talk on Panama's Carni Carnival.
val. Carnival. All members and guests are
invited to attend, and those who
have not yet been contacted are
asked to call Mrs. D. L. Knoll

Jr. 17,-2137, prior to noon on lues
day.
Cristobal High Group
Ihmi Bake Sale

The Cristobal High School
Nurse's Aid Club is sponsoring a
bake sale to he held Feb. 8 from
m m until l o.m. at the Marga-

mt. Ki!hts of Columbus. The

public has been invited to attend.

Balboa YMCA USO
To HeM-Ptower
. n.....

The Balboa YMCA-USO will be
the meeting place .,
... in th art of flower

arrangement beginning Monday,
Feb 10 at 9 a.m. and continuing
for six consecutive 'Mony morD'
"under the leadership of Mrs. Pat
u..'.. tK. olaMix will cover t

wide range of subjects from the
"dos and don'ti" of the art to
actual demonstrations in the most
effective way to beautify a home
with the simplest of plants mate mate-.1.1
.1.1 mate-.1.1 Mr Mnrean alio will

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THE BURNING
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with Tab Hunter
- Also:
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with Pat McCormack

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Each aetata w iaclusian in rhia
column should bo tiiWxrMod m
trPk-wriHen form and mailed o
rho has nambot liared daily in 'So 'Social
cial 'Social and OthorwiM," or delivowd
band H ho office. Notice at
mtorinas cannot ho acatfted ht
ralrphano.
Reserve Officers
Chapter Te Meet

The Leo A. Mclu.re Chapter,

Reserve Officers Association of

the United States will meet at 2
p.m. tomorrow at the Quarry

Heights Officers' Club. Refresh

ments will be served and all mem

hers are urged to attend.

C. Z. College Club
Meets On Monday

The regular meeting of the Ca

nal Zone College Club will be held
at 3:30 p.m. Monday in these Wish

Welfare Board building on La Bo

ca Road. Balboa. Dr. Dorothy

Moody, dean of women of the Ca

nal Zone Junior College, win

present a book review.

Ft. Clayton Protestant
Ladies Guild To Meet
The Ft. Clayton Protestant Lad Lad-iea
iea Lad-iea Guild will meet next Tuesday

at 9 a.m. in the chapel annex. The
program will be "A Trip to the
Interior. Rev. Byron Reihart will

be the speaker; his topic, tne new
Tribes Mission Post at Chepo.

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demonstrate their new skill in

producing a beautiful display tor
their ftrnnHc and the PPnpral Dllb-

lic. It is planned to feature

"special occasion" tables such
at would be approplate for a
hum waririinr formal dinner

an outdoor barbecue, etc. Former

students who have earned certitic
anH would like to nlace en

tries in this show are invited to

contac the YMCA (iBalboa 2839)
for further information.

While thii class is open to the

public without charge, those who

Wisn le enroua are imra w
ter in- advance by phone, mail or

in person at the Balboa ymuv-USO.

Egypt Charges 9
Financiers With
Enemy Dealinqs
CAIRO, Jan. 10 (UP)-Egypt
today charged nine financiers with
dealing with the enemy during
the Suez crisis.
Prosecutor General Ahmed Mou Mou-afi
afi Mou-afi said the men bought salt sup-
Slies from a French company dur dur-ig
ig dur-ig January, 1956, despite a ban
on dealings With French firms.
They will be hied by the supreme
military court.
New Books In Town
Friday, January i'.tf
for the Radio Fan and Ham
and Professional
at Morrison's on Fourth of July
Ave. and "J Street
The AJt-R.L. Antenna Book
A course in Radio Fundamen Fundamentals
tals Fundamentals Hints and Kinks for the Radio
Amateur
Tibook Amateur Radio Sta Station
tion Station Learning the Radio Telegraph
Code
nine: an Amateur Radio
Station
3 Amateur's License Man Manual
ual Manual ie Sideband for the Radio
I mateur
1 nr-nr Call B.Ook
Magazine (latest)
Kau.o Operator's License & A
Manual
Marcus Ehjments of Radio
Marcus Radio Servicing
Richardson Principles of Ra Radio
dio Radio W take orders for the Radio

Amateur's Handbook 1958, which

will be in our store any nay,
leave your name.
Shop in comfort in our Air Air-Conditioned
Conditioned Air-Conditioned Book Department

Steady Dry Season Winds, Weather
Seen For Isthmus During February

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Double In ClnemaScopel
Jayne Mansfield In
"OH! FOR A MAN"
Jeffrey Hunter hr
"WAY TO THE GOLD"

TODAY IDEAL -.25 -.15

"DEADWOOD DICK"
Chaps. 12 13
"BOSTON BLACKIE AND
THE LAW"
"FIRST SAVAGE RIDE"

The fol'owiBg weather conditions
are based on past records and
may be expected to occur in the
Canal Zone and viciinity during
February.
WEATHER:. February is nor normal
mal normal y characterized by steady dry

season winds and weather, b u t j

tnere nave been several excep exceptions,
tions, exceptions, the most recent being Feb February
ruary February 1951 when measurable ram

occurred on 20 days at Cristobal

ana on is aays at Balboa Heights,
0.56 inches at Madden Dam and
1.55 inches at Cristobal. The range
irom driest to wettest on record is
zero to 2.96 inches at B a 1 bo a
Heights, trace to 3.71. inches at
Madden Dam, and 0.04 inch to
12.37 inches at Cristobal. The av average
erage average number of days with mea measurable
surable measurable rain is 3 at Balboa Heights
and 14 at Cristobal.
TEMPERATURE: The daily
highest and lowest temperatures
will average 89 and 72 degrees at
Baboa Heights and' 84 and 77 de degrees
grees degrees at iCristobal. The highest
and lowest temperatures en rec record
ord record are 95 and 64 degrees on the
Pacific side and 90 and 69 degrees
on the Atlantic side.
HUMIDITY: The average rela relative
tive relative humidity will be about 75 per
cent at Balboa Heights, 77 per cent
at Cristobal, and 77 per cent at
Madden Dam.
CLOUDS AND SUNSHINE: The
sky will be partly cloudy during
most pf the day time and mostly
clear at night. There will be an
average of. about 8 hours of sun sunshine
shine sunshine daily or 70 per cent of the
amount possible.
FOGS: Nighttime and early
morning fogs may be expected oc occasionally
casionally occasionally over the Gaiilard Cut
section of the Canal and the cen central
tral central section of the Isthmus along
the Trans-Isthmian Hight but none
are likely to occur at either of
the Canal entrances. Most of the
fogs form around midnight and

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WINDS: Fresh northerly trade
winds usually prevail with un av average
erage average velocity of about 13 miles
per hour alone the Atlantic Coast
and about 10 mi es per hour along
the Pacific Coast. The maximum
velocity for a S-minute period is
not likely to exceed 35 miles per
hour but inteosiiied trade winds
may average about 20 miles per
hour for 24 hours at a tims along
the Atlantic Coast and cause mod moderately
erately moderately rough seas.

ORDERS CANCELLED
SWANSEA, Wales. Jan. 3e (UP)
The CityCouncil Housing Com Committee
mittee Committee cancelled orders for rough rough-headed
headed rough-headed screws in railings at a
municiple housing project because
they would prevent children from
sliding down the banisters.

Dynamite Blast
Buries 8 Men
SONDRIO, Ttaly. Jan. 31 (UP)
Several dynamite charges ex exploded
ploded exploded accidentally at a construe construe-lieu
lieu construe-lieu site in uoar'uy aligiunuo to today
day today and buried eight workmen un under,
der, under, tons of earth. Three were kill killed
ed killed and jive injured.
The men were preparing the
ground for a new hydroelectric
power plant when one o' the
charges went off prematurely. The
others expoded in a chain reac reaction,
tion, reaction, burying the men.
Three were crushed to death,
but live were rescued and hos hospitalized
pitalized hospitalized with minor injuries.
INITIALED HUE CAPS
EFFINGHAM 1,11. Jan. 31 (UP)
Police Chief C. T. La mo theoriz theorizes
es theorizes a little needling might deter
hub cap thieves who have been
roaming through town.
The police department, Lamb
said, is attempting to obtain an
electric needle so car owners can
initial their hub-caps for identification.

Braniff Holds International
Sales Meeting

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J. W. Miller and Robert C. Hatch, Branlff's local manager, discuss
the new sales promotion programs which concern local travelers.

Robert C. Hatch, local man manager
ager manager for Braniff International
Airways, traveled to Lima, Peru,
to attend an international sales
meeting which started Jan. 28,
with the participation of high
executives of Braniff's main of office
fice office In Dallas, Texas, and the
managers and publicity agents In
each one of the Latin American
countries served by Braniff..
The Increase of Braniff serv services
ices services in its Latin American routes
and the sales promotion and
publicity programs for 1958 are

the main themes of the conven convention
tion convention which has been presided by
Rex Brack, vice president fbr
traffic and sales, and also at attended
tended attended by J, W. Miller, executive
vice president, and Walter M,
Henshel, vice president for pub public
lic public relations.
J. W. Miller, executive vice
president, is at present engaged
In an extensive tour of Latin
America accompanied by his
wife, and they are expected to
arrive in Panama oh Feb. 9.

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Martin's Orchestra playing for your pleasure.
' SATURDAY NIGHT MARUJA DIAZ, the famous
Snanish singing star, directly from Sevilla, now in your
BELLA VISTA ROOM, with Clarence Martin's
Orchestra. She sines J She dances! She's beautiful!
2 SHOWS NIGHTLY: 8:45 and 10:45 p.m.
x No cover. Xo Minimum Charge.
SUNDAY -BARBECUE Informal lunch served in the
best surrounilinflrs, our lovely poolside
From 11:30 till 3 p.m.
SUNDAY EVENINQ BUFFET Our most popular
activity during dry season ;Buf f et served in the t
cool patio, under (he stars,. Lucho Azcarraga
plaving organ. Mimic for vour entertainment
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TIB PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY KEWfiPAPER
PAGE SEVI

New Tourist Attraction -The
Colombian Islands In The Caribbean
Now accessible from Panama thru AVIANCA'S new scheduled flights

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A new Caribbean vacation oar
adise, endowed by nature wth
exceptional tropical Deauiy, a-
waits all run ana sun worsmp-
rwri Nws nf the nnenintr of the
tropical islands of San Andres
and Providence whicn form tne
Colombian archinieiago in the
center of the Caribbean off the
shores of Nicaragua, has excited
the entire tourist world."
The history of San Andres and
Providence is filled with romance
and excitement; dating back to
the days of the fabulous pirates
who roamed- these waters in the
brash, brazen days of the early
development, exploration and ex -ploitatlon
of the Americas. Ber
cause of its strategically central
location, the islands were consid considered
ered considered a stronghold of the Carib Caribbean
bean Caribbean during the days of the buc buccaneers,
caneers, buccaneers, yet uncovered, and be became
came became their "rest and rehabilita rehabilitation
tion rehabilitation center." The tales of the
buried treasures of, the infamous
Morgan group who frequented
the islands form part of its le legend
gend legend and lore.
Even nature has played its
part in preserving a moment q
the -fabulous pirate era. Along a
stretch of the shore, time and
weather have -etched a rok for
matioi which; with -only a slight
stretch of -the imagination, re re-setftfyes
setftfyes re-setftfyes the 'notorious -pirate
MFrorn the strictly modern point
of view, San Andres artd Provi Providence
dence Providence are. the. vacationer's para paradise;
dise; paradise; wlde white beaches stretch
along the snores against a back backdrop
drop backdrop of swaying palm trees; the
dse-r crystal clear waters are vir vir-tuallv
tuallv vir-tuallv a window to the fantastic
sea life far below; a fisherman's
delight, water abounding with
rare and magnificent specimens;
and. last but-not at all least, the
calm sea and softly rolling waves
lend themselves ideally to water
skiing, boating, swimming, etc.
No primitive islands these, for
In the capital you will find facil facilities
ities facilities for ail types of recreation
and relaxation, and comfortable
hotels specially staffed with per per-sonnel
sonnel per-sonnel speaking English, French
Isthmus On Route
Of Japanese Ship
With Floating Fair
TOKYO Ja,n. 31 (UP)- The 10 10-447
447 10-447 deadweight-ton cargo ship
Atlas Maru was seieciea iouay io
t?arry Japan's second floating ma machinery
chinery machinery fair to the major coun countries
tries countries of South America.
Encouraged by the success of
the floating fair which visited ports
in Asia last year, Japanese ma machinery
chinery machinery manufacturers,' with sub sub-cirfv
cirfv sub-cirfv h1n from the JaDBnese go
vernment, announced plans to con convert
vert convert the Osaka Shosen Kaisha lin
er Into an exhrbltion boat.
IBackers asked the government
for 1,800,000 to finance the ship's
voyage, but the Finance Ministry
pared the appropriation in the
fiscal 1958 budget down to $400, $400,-000.
000. $400,-000.
But the Trade Ministry promis promised
ed promised to make up the difference with
other funds.
The Atlas Maru is scheduled to
leave Japan in late November
and visit ports in Mexico, Pana Panama,
ma, Panama, Colombia, Venezuela, Brazil,
Uruguay and Argentina before
return hoine in February itext
year.
Demon Mot Pilot
May Have aused
Prop-jet Crackup
LONDON, Jan. 31 (UP)-- Inves Investigators
tigators Investigators speculated today that the
crash of a British prop-jet airline
in which 15 persons were killed
was caused when a runaway "ro "robot"
bot" "robot" pilot took control from the
human crew.
The speculation was sparked by
reports by the crew of a second,
similar plane which ran into dif difficulty
ficulty difficulty recently when the automa
tic pilot somehow was turned on
as the plane flew at 3,000 feet over
(Britain.
But nobody will ever know for
. what happened last November to
cause the first incident, in which
a long-range Bristol Britannia air airliner
liner airliner coming in for a landing near
Bristol, England, crashed short of
I "' ficli, All the crew and tech technicians
nicians technicians who had been checkm-! the
) j, ;es fai ;i-Te were killed
in the cras'.i. i
"Hie theory that the "demon ro robot"
bot" robot" "caused the first mishap by

and Spanish, who make every

effort to assure you a pleasant
smy in Ban Anares. Yet, tne
"welcome mat" is out to travel
ers from 'round the world.
FROM PANAMA
The new scheduled flights to
Han Anares ana Providence by
Avianca, the Colombian Nation National
al National Airlines, are but one of the
many projects undertaken of the
tourists attractions in the Amer Americas.
icas. Americas. Travel conscious Panama
figures prominently in these new
routes, and both Panamanians
and Zone residents can now en enjoy
joy enjoy this tropical paradise at a
moderate cost thru twice week weekly
ly weekly comfortable, flights and excel excellent
lent excellent service aboard Avianca's
Douglas DC-4 aircraft'.
EVERY WEEK
Panama will Be' the local noint
on the roilte 'to'the San Andres
and Providence Tslands: for here
'will meet the San Andres flights
originating in Bogota, the Capi
tal of Colombia, as well as fiwhts
from Mede'llin, Cartagena, and
"The .King Ranch," written and
illustrated' by Tom Lea whose
earlier "Brave Bulls" was a po popular
pular popular success, is among the books
placed' :'tf ( circulation this week by
the Canal Zone Library.
The new work on Texas' largest
ranch comes in two volumes. It
has been described as "a model
of authorized family biography,"
and represents years of research.
writing, and illustration.
One reviewer described "The
King Ranch" as follows:
"There are two sVsbolms in Tex
as that need no explanation; the
name of writer-painter Tom Lea,
and the running W branch of the
lung Ranch. The appearance of
either would insure a best seller
in the Southwest and many oth
er parts of the country as well.
This would be the definitive work
on the King Ranch and the amaz
ing combination of Kings and Kleb-
ergs who have operated it.
Other new hooks released fort
circulation this week indlude:
Non-fiction Best Detective Sto
ries of trie Year 1957, Cooke; Mex
ico Today, Crow; The New Class
An Analysis of the Communist sys-
tefn, Djilas; Henry Clay and- the
Art of American Politics, Eaton;
Goren's New Contract Bridge Sim
plifred, Goren; The Life and
Work of Sigmund Freud, Jones;
The King Ranch, Lea; Orchids;
Culture and descriptions, Lecou-
fle; Ford; Expansion and Chal
lenge, Nevins; Marine Shells of
the Western Coast of Florida, Per Perry
ry Perry The Pick of Punch, Punch;
Southern Balle, Sinclair; Mr. Lin
coln's Navy, West.
Fiction Last Tales, Blixen;
The Edge of Darkness, Chase; The
Carteret Hotel Mystery,, Corbett;
Not by Bread Alone, Dudintsev;
A Cup of Tea for Mr. Thorgill,
Jameson; Scent of Clpves, Lofts;
The PapmakerY Slaughter; The Or
deal ef Gilbert Pinfold, Waugh.
taking control while 'the pilot tried
o fight it off wis aired, after an
incident involving another Britan Britannia,
nia, Britannia, aviation sources said.

o her cities throughout Colom Colombia.
bia. Colombia. Avianca flights to the Islands

leave Tocumen, Panama's Inter
national Airport, every Wednes
day and Friday at 10 a.m. and
arrive in San Andres at 11:40
a.m. Return flights to Panama
are also conveniently scheduled
every Wednesday and Sunday:
leaving San Andres at 1 p.m. ana
arriving at the International
Airport of Tocumen at 2:45 p.m
All red tape has been elimin eliminated;
ated; eliminated; no special visas are requir required
ed required by. native-born Panamanian
and U.S. cltiens.
PAY LATER PLAN
By making available their con
venient credit plan Avianca, the
oldest airline in the Americas,
places within the reach of all
Panama and Canal Zone resi
dents the opportunity to visit the
Caribbean's newest vacation par
adise, and As but another step in
Avianca's continuing; efforts to
stimulate international travel
throughout Latin America.
In planning a buffet meal, the
two most important things to re remember
member remember are to prepare foods that
are. easy to serve and eat.
If you are asking your guests fe
serve themselves an deal by bal balancing
ancing balancing plate on their laps, make
it as simple for thorn as possible.
SABREJET CRASHES
OSAN, Korea, Jan. 30 (UP)-A
U.S. Air Force F-86 sabrejet fight fighter
er fighter crashed 12 miles from the Air
Force base here today, killing tne
pilot. His name was withheld I
pending notification of next of kin.
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It Communists
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f AGE EIGHT
Carta Vieja Seeks To Eliminate Cerveza Balboa Toni

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Doubleheader Sweep Would

"Assure CV First Place Tie
By J. J. HARRISON Jr.
The league leading Carta Vieja Yankees and the
second place Cerveza Balboa Beermen were all ready
today for their crucial doubleheader scheduled to
begin at the Olympic Stadium this evening at 6
o'cloek.

Player-Team

Lopez, Cb

Schmidt, CV
Bartirome, CV
Robinson, CB
Brathwaite, CB
Shields, CB

Mitchell, C
Boak, CV
Wilhelm, CV

1 The Yankees, who lead their clos closest
est closest rivals by two games, have
five games left to play, including

tKraa urith tho act niM ( IPStir

bill TT Ul HIV ffrnvvw V. -
field Smokers.
Cerveza Balboa has tluee games
remaining, two with the Yanbrand

one with tne Mnoaers, any ues

terfield has four to go.

If the Yankees win twice toftjehj,
they will be sure of at least aie
and the Beermen would be elimi

nated. Three wins out of thwr ri

mainine five would give Cart

" Vieja the 1957-58 championship.
Twin wins for the Beerm

would keep their slim mathem

cal chances alive.

CV manager Billy Shantz has

named towering righthander Jim

Umbricht (4-2), and southpaw Carl
Dtfser (2-1), to face righthanders
Winston Brown (5-3), and Carlos
Thorne (3-3), on the monrd.
Both Yankee pitchers will go in into
to into action well rested. Umbricht
beat the Beermen 12-3 in his last
appearance, Sunday, at Coon Sta-
ium and Diiscr dropped a 6-3 de de-ision
ision de-ision to the smokers in his last
start, last Friday
i?i Brown and 1 borne were the win

ning pitchers in Tuesday night's
tNvinbill which the Beermen took
fi-2 and 5-3 from the Smokers The
former went the distance in the

Jjeven-inning iidlifter and the latter
worked eight hitless and scoreless
Wief innings in the nightcap.
LThey come back with only two
pays of rest.
ii The Yankees and the Beermen
have each had a doubleheader
fweep this season. The Yanks
grabbed two from the Smokers by
Identical 5-3 scores Jan. 7.

While some doubt exists on the

outcome of the pennant rac3, Cer

veza Balboa s Hector Lopez has

already been conceded the batting

championship and he is als i:t

good position,, to take triple crown

honors.

The slugging Kansas City in-

fielder is galloping in from with

.386 batting average and he also

eads tlie loop in home runs, five;

and runs-battea-ut, 18.

Yankee outfielder Whitey

Schmidt is running second in all

three departments. The blond fly

hawk has a 301 BA, four round-

trippers and has driven 16 mark

ers across the plate

The tenth Caribbean Series will

get underway in Sixto Escobar
Stadium at San Juanv Puerto Ri

co next Friday, with Venezuela

meeting Cuba in the first game of

a doubleheader and Panama play

ing Puerto Bico in the. nigtycap.

The Panama team will leave To

cumen Airport Thursday morning

SykesGutierres
To Meet Feb. 9

In Non-Title Bout
Bantamweight champion Ed Edwin
win Edwin Sykes wilt matt Cuban Chu Chu-ehu
ehu Chu-ehu Gutierrez in a ten-round non non-title
title non-title bout at the National Gym
Feb.
Gutierrez decisioned Byron
Cumberbatch in ten-rounder in
his local debut last Saturday.

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103 31
101 30
108 32
112 31
113 30
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84 22
103 27

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Kent Wins Fourth Straight
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Aylmer, CV
Davie, CV
Brown, CB
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CONGRATCLATION-Col. Robert; W. Garrett, convnanding

officer of Fort Kobbe, congrulate Bill Dudley on his peer peerless
less peerless hating which was one of the deciding factors last Sun Sunday
day Sunday when the Fort Kobbe Regulars defeated the Fort Amador
Troopers by the score 6 to 5. Dudley slammed out a homer
in the opening Inning. The winning run was driven In the
ninth, when Dudley connected with a base hit. 1st Lt. Eugene
D, Tapscott, the team coach, looks on at the left.
(U.S. Army Photo)

ATLANTIC Armed Forces
Little League
The colonial Braves racked up
another victory in last Thursday's

Atlantic Armed Forces Little
League action with an 8 to 4 win

over the Fort Uulick Haiders.
Leading the Braves scoring was
catcher Rafael Guzman who sor
ed twice. Guzman also smashed
a single in the fourth inning to
add to his laurels. Others who con contributed
tributed contributed to the Braves' five hits
were: elftfielder Wenny Torres wi
an RBI in the second, short stop
Pedro Monzon a single to the se second,
cond, second, centerfielder Roger Paris,
a single to the secondhand second
baseman Tim Kennedy, a single
in the fourth stanza.
Recording the Raiders' four hits
were: rightfielder M. Browning,
shortstop Gen Giibreath, and
catcher Bob Garcia. AU the hits
were singles with Garcia hitting
two.
Pitching for the Braves was Jo Jose
se Jose Ortiz, while Benny Passons went
the distance for the losing Raid Raiders.
ers. Raiders. On Friday the Coco Solito Cubs
invaded the Fort Gulick diamond
to defeat the Fort Davis Rangers
6 to 2.
The Rangers held the undefezted
Cubs to a 3 to 2 margin until the
top of the sixth inning when the
Cubs exploded to bring in three
more runs. Winning pitcher Jack

Draydale turned In the Atlantic

Armed Forces Little League's

fisrt no hitter.
The Cubs scored their runs in

the frst s.econd third and sr,xth

stanzas while the Rangers lump lumped
ed lumped their runs together with two
unearned runs in the third period.

Leading off for the Cubs was
first baseman Jim Abati with a
.single in the opening inning. Short Short-'stop
'stop Short-'stop Vern McNamee singled in
the fourth and catcher Luther
Quinn smashed a double deep cent center
er center to the fifth.
On the i mound for' the Raneers

was George Henning who gave up
all three of the Cubs hits. Hen Hen-ning
ning Hen-ning was replaced to the top of
the sixth by Larry Jones.
Saturday's action saw the Tig Tigers,
ers, Tigers, and the VFW Post 100 go at
it tooth and nail to the tune of
24 to 7, to favor the the Tigers.
The Tigers recorded 9 hits to the
VFW's 5.
Best hitting of the game honors
go to the VFW's Duke Wilson, who
hit three for four with two sin singles
gles singles and a double.
Teams WL
Coco Solito Cubs 5 0
Colonial Braves 5 1
Army Atlantic Tigers 3 2
Fort Gulick Raiders 2 2
Fort Davis Rangers 0 4
V F W Post 100 0 4
ATLANTIC LITTLE LEAGUE
(Standings January 29)
W L CB
Police Pals j 7 0
Cola Cola 4 12
Mutual of Omaha 3 3 iv
Pirates 2 3 4
Elks 2 4 44
Legion 0 7 7

Mutual of Omaha went on a bat

ting spree on Mondav afternoon.

and when they finished they, found
themselves with 23 runs against

zor me bus.

ss
cf

The box score:
Elks
Will, ss
Pabon, 3b
Colbert, If
Motta, c

Brooks, n, pn,
Sanders, Ja.,
DeBoyne, lb
Brooks, f, 2b
Hopkins, rf
Manning, cf
Acheson, p
Totals
Mutual
Hauser, ss
Dockery, c
Julio, If
Burza, lb
Billison. cf

.Evans, $b

Brians, rf
Seeley, 2b
Riefkonl, p
Leon, If
Sanders, rf
Mans, rf
Highley, 2b

Total

Elks

Mutual

AB R H f
3 0 0 0
3 0 10
3 0 0 0
3 0 0 0
3 110
110 0
3 0 10
,2110
0 0 0 0
0 0 0 0
2 110
4 Iff
A1RHI
4 3 2 1
5 3 4 0
3 3 2 0
5 4 5 0
4 4 3- O
.3 1 H
2 110
2 10 0
2 110
10 0 0
110 0
10 0 0
2 0 0 0
35 23 1 2

PACIFIC TWILIGHT LEAGUE
Standings

Wen Lest

Kent Cigarettes 4 1

Balboa High School ..... 2 1

Lucky Strike 1.... 1 2

Junior College 1 3
Last Night's Result
Kent 1, Junior College 0
Sunday's Game, Balboa Stadium
2:00 p.m.
Lucky Strike vs Kent Cigarettes

Charley Brown's Kent Cigarillos
rolled to their fourth straight win
last night behind the strong fight

arm of Wally Trout edging Junior

College 1 to 0. The victory put

Kent in undisputed possession of
first pla.ee and gave the Cigarette-

men a one game lead over second

place Balboa High.

Trout gave up five hits ever the

seven-inning route and although

touched for two doubles and a
triple along with two singles Wally
kept the bits scattered and racked
up his second win in three deci decisions
sions decisions so far this season.

Kent scored the winning run in

the third when Pete Salas singled

with one away an dadvanced to

second base on a passed ball. Bob

Carlin singled with Salas going to

third from where he scored on

Nick Aloisi's .sacrifice fly ball to
left field.

Jack Hammond of JC also gave

up five hits but did not scatter
them as effectively as Trout. The
winners collected their hits in the
first four innings. Hammond walk walked
ed walked three and struck out two while
his mound opponent, Trout, walk walked
ed walked onl yone batter and sent five
down on strikes.

Sunday afternoon Kent and Luc

ky Strike meet for the third time
this season. The Lucky Strikers

hope to be on the winning end this
time. Bill Pretto will pitch for
Kent and Cookie Stemple is the
probable starter for Lucky Strike.

i

The box score:

Junior College Ab R H Po
Coffey, cf 3 0 0 0
Oakley, 3b 2 o 1 o
Cicero, 2b .....3 0 1 5
Alexander, ss 3 0 1 2
Hatchett, c. ........ 3 0 0 2
Cody, If ... 3 0 0 3

Schneider, lb ....... 3 015
Dolan, rf 2 0 0 0
Hapnond,fp ....... 2 0 1 1

Score by innings

010300- 450

5 5 6 7 0 x 23-19-2

Salas, c ..3

B. Carlin, lb 3
Aloisi, ss 2
Lombana, 2b ....... 2
Trout, p . 1

M. Salas, If 2

T. Cunningham, cf . 2

Linares, rf .... .3 0.0

McKeown, 3b 2 0 0

rne roiice v ais won their se seventh
venth seventh straight game on Tuesday

anernoon, to i, nut only alter a

hard fought contest with a greatly

improved Legion ciud.

Kenny Karpinski pitchedt he best
game of his career as he bested

Greg Hakanson, the Legion's fine
twfrler. i Karpinski threw one hit
ball and only Jackie Blair's dou

ble kept Kenny from a no hitter

He struck out 14 and walked none

in this his third win

Greg Hakanson Ditched fine ball

for the losers and allowed only
four hits against the hard hitting

jruuee. ii was a poor aay lor tne

stickers, and only Mickev Mc

JUhone was able to collect more

The game saw the debut of Ron-

nie Riefkokl who won hia first lit

tle League pitching assignment.
Batting star of the game was Mike

Burza witn five hits to five trys.

A triple, two doubles and live
runs batted in completed Mike's
day at bat. Other stars with the
stick were Harry Dockery with
four for five and Dougie Billison

witn three for four.

Les Highley provided the game's
thrilling catch when he went into

short centert lekh to take Pancho

Motta's flv ball. Niekv Brnnbs

started for the Elks Wor,ked 2 1-3

nmings and was charged with the

loss.

than one hit. He

double and a triple.

The box score:
Police

Cramp, 2b
McElhone, ss
Will, lb
Karpinski, p
Carpenter, c

rare, 3D
Barber, If
Owen, rf

Mson, rf
Fovirita

Smith, cf

Bersteto,

had two, a

rf.

AB R H
2 3 1

2
0

1

0
0

0

0

0
0

Cf

2
3
4
2

3
2
2
1
0
2
1

Totals

rf

ss

3b

Leaien

Paulson.

Clement,

Keman,

Hakanson, p
Blair, lb
Holcomb, rf
McBride, cf
Shirk, c
Coffin, 2b

25 4 4 0

AB R HE

3 0 0 0

Totals i 20 1 1 4
Score by innings

Police 3 1 0002 0 40
Legion 0100 0 0 114

Coca Cola and the Pirates tangl

ed for the second time this year,
and lor- the second time a deci decision
sion decision could not be reached. At the

end of six innings, the score stoodH

at tive au. The game will be si

nisnea at a later date.

The Pirates took a 4 to 0 lead

in the bottom of the third when

tommy Hickey dumped a double

into right field to drive in three

runs.

He later stole home for the in

ning s tourth run.

Cola came up with two in the

tourtn on nits by Bender and Cam

bell. They added another in the

iitth with hits by Roscoe and Bend
er. The Pirates scored an insur

ance run in the fifth to make it

5 to 3. to the sixth bits by Rose-

Totals

Teams
Carta Vieja

Cerveza Balboa
Chesterfield ...

CV

x
8
5

CB
7
x
9

C
7

W
16
15
14

L
13
16
16

Pet.
.552
'.484
.467

CB
I
2

Totals 13 16 16 45 45
ALL REMAINING GAMES AT OLYMPIC STADIUM
TODAY'S GAMES (2) f
Carta Vieja (Umbricht 4-2 and Duser 2-1)
- v. Y Y-Cerveza
Cerveza Y-Cerveza Balboa (Brown 5-4 and Thorne 3-3)
' Game Time 6 o'clock
SUNDAY'S GAME
Chesterfield vs. Carta Vlejt
MONDAY'S GAMES (2)
Chesterfield vs. Carta Vieja
TUESDAY'S GAME
Chesterfield vs. Cerveza Balboa

OCELOTS TAKE OVER FIRST
PLACE
STANDINGS

Teams Won, Lost
Ocelots .. 5 2
Pumas .. ..'4 2
Palomas 4 2
Conejos 4 3
Pericos .. 1 5
Macaws .. ,. 1 5

By DANNY DESLONDES

The Ocelots took first pla'ce in

Thursday's game by beating tho
Conejos 5-1. This puts them a half

game ahead of both the, fumas

and the PaJumas.

It was the Ocelots all the way as

they scored one run m the first m-

ninp another in the second aid two

A in the fifth when Richard Morris.

0 hit a home ruh with a man on.
3 This was his first of the year
1 Wordep French of the Ocelots
3 was the winning pitcher. He walk walk-0
0 walk-0 ed three and gave up only two
0 hits. Klipper of the Conejos also
0 nitched a fair game as he walked

in onlv two, but gave up nine hits.

2 Ammirati. Rudv and Anderson

were the leadine hitters for the

24 0 5 18 8 LOcelots as they all got two for

throe Vnr tho Pnnoihs ftttlv two

Kent Cigarettes batters could get hits. Steward,

who 2ot a home run to score the

2 onlv marker for the Conejos and
0 Williams who got a two bagger.
2 Little Leo Dehlinger was the
1 fielriine nerfectionist of the dav as

he made a beautiful catch ott or

sixth Inning but no one could stay
ahead long enough to win the
game. First it was one team and
then the other. The final score was

55.

Both pitchers walked a lot but
didn't give up as many hits. Rath Rath-geber
geber Rath-geber went all the way for the Pa Palomas,
lomas, Palomas, giving up. only two hits
while walking six. Rathgeber also
had a good day at bat by leading
his team with three for four.
The Pumas didn't seem to have
their eye on 4he ball as the only
batter who could get a hit was
Fred Roe. He got himself two for
three.

wouW-be

looked like
home run.

Totals

20 1 5 21 10

Score By Inning

Junior College 000 000 0-0 5 0

Kent Cigarettes 001 000 x 1 5 0

SUMMARY Two base hits-.Al-

exander, Aloisi, Schneider. Three
base hit: Hammond. Sacrifice: M.
Salas, Aloisi. Struck out by: Trout

5, Hammond 2. First base on balls.
Trout 1, Hammond 3. Hit by
pitch: Trout by Hammond. Balk:

Hammond. Winning pitcher. Trout

(2-1). Losing pitcher: Hammond
(0-1). Umpires: W. Williams and
E. Womble. Scorer: Mead. Time:
1:35.

The box sore:

Coneloi Ab R
tintors .3 0
Williams 3 0

Brdon . 2

Miller ..1
Hern . . . 1
Stewart .. .. .. . . 2
Klipper .. 2:
Rogers .. . 1
Lloyd 2

coe, Wilder and Campbell tied the

game at 5 all.

The pirates tried vainly to put

across the winning run in the 6th
when they loaeded the bases with

one out. Dave Wilder the Cola
pitcher then bore down and caus

ed one batter to fly out to third

base and the other to strike out
and end the game.

The bos score:

Coca Cola
Conley, If
Wilder, p
Roscoe, 3b
Sanchez, lb
Bender, cf
McClelland, ss

crouch, c

HutChlngs, rf

Campbell, 2b
Totals

PALOMAS AND PUMAS TIE

The Palomas and the Pumas

f ought it out right down to the

AB
4
2
4
2
2
1
3
3

3' 1

24 5 t 1

2b

Pirates
Motta, lb
Henriquez,

AiDerga, p
Hickey, 3b
Murray, cf
Christoph, c
Uriola, If
Ebdon, ss
Shelley, rf
Totals

Score
Coca Cola
Pirates

24 5 7 3

by innings
0 0 0 2 12
0 04010

-5 8

-5 7 3

GET SPECIAL SPACE

MAalON, 111. Jan. 31 (UP)

uniy the Williamson County com commissioner
missioner commissioner and the supervisor of

assessments csn park free around
the parking meter lined county
courthouse here.
The .Marion parking commission

confirmed it had a "gentlemen's

agreement with the commission

ers when the officials protested

mat tney had been getting tag

ged for meter parking violations.

hit shy Bradon which

it might have been a

Totals 19 1 2 18
Ocelots
Engelke 4 0 2 2
Dehlinger 3 2 0 1
Morris 31 l 0
Morris 3 1 1 0
Ammirati .. .. .. 3 0 2 1
Dobbs 2 0 0 6
French 3 0 0 0
Bettis 3 10 1
Rudy .... 3 0 2 0
Anderson .... 3 12 l
Totals v 27-5 9 18

The box score:
Palomas

Rathgebar ,. ..
Allen i. .. .. ..
Huddleston
Pajak
Browder . '. .
Ashton .. .. ..
Boatright
Caldwell .....

Ab R
, 4 3

.'3
.
. 1
. I
. 2
. 3

Rager '.. 3
Totals 24
24

Pumas
Dempsey .......... 3 0
Pearl 3 1
Schwarzrock 2 1
Rowan 31
Batetnan .. .. .. ..1 1
Roe ....2 0
Finlason 3 0

Wilkinson ; 2 1

Zelnick .. 2 0
Fraunheim 1 0

Totals

O
2
1
'4
0
1
4
0
3
3
18

6.18

0 0

0 8
0 0

,23 5 2 18

Farewell Party
For Frank Hladlcy
Tomorrow Evening
A farewell party will be held
at the Panama Olympic swimming
pool" tomorrow at 7 p.m. in honor
of tennis player Hladky who will
soon depart for the U S! to take
up permanent residence.
Hladky, who has been in charge
o" the Panama branch of "Casa
Bata" for many years, has been
transferred to a more lucrative po position
sition position in the company.
Frank, whose outstanding attri attributes
butes attributes are 'his sportsmanship and
gentlemanly actions, will be feted
by his fellow tennis players. Among
those who are expected to attend
are George Motta, Alejandro Tar Tar-te,
te, Tar-te, -Carlos Eleta, Adan Gordon,
Myron Fishcer, Julio Pinilla, Earl
Omphroy, Elpy Sanchez, Angesl
Delvalle, Ramon Ramirez, Ramon
H. Jurado, Saverio Melfi, George
Maduro, Creslyn Guardia, David
Halman, Euclides Barrera, Jaime
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9

Louvre, Gavilan, Melendez
Clash In Three-Horse Dash

Three of the President Remon racetrack's best
horses will inatch strides tomorrow afternoon in the
$1,00" seven furlong: sprint for first series imported
thoroughbreds.
They are speedy Louvre, unpredictable GavHan
and slo-startinfc Melendez.

'Race Track Graded Entries

4th Rice,

C" Native 7

Fji. Pun 9425
QUI Nl It A

P.P. Htm

leaker

Commeat

lit Race, eth Stria I ma. 7 F(. Port S4M
FIRST RACI OP THE DOUBLE

04
Paaf Cleses 1:00

1 Rutilante
2 Veogtma
3 Picudo
4 Mikel
5 Camberwell
Cypress Bull
7 (Tony
a (Don Dani

H. Gustines 108 Could score again 4-1
B. Baeza 115 Rates fair chanct 3-1
A. Vasquez 115 Showing improvement 3 2
A. Reyes R. 198 Better this week 2-1
H. Ruiz, 110 Dangerous contender 2-1
J. .Phillips 108 Has strongest finish 5-1
E. Dario 108 Longshot possibility 10-1
A. Alfaro llllx Poor recent racea 10-1

1 Linda Susy
2 Marcelita
3 Soberano
4 Dr. Bill
5 Mimi

H. GosUses 108 -Showing improvement 2-1
A. Vasquez 318 Returns from layoff 2-1
R. Va-squez 115 Returns in shape 2-1
H Ruu 115 Last doesn't count 4-1
O. Madrid UOr Nothing in months 50-1

Ptl Cletes j:M 7 Embrujada B. Asuirre 110 Usually disappoints 2-1
8 Polo Magpeticn G. Riven 115 Last doesn't count 3-1

9 CTnrrema A. A'.faro l07x Must go much lower so-l
10 (Elko J. Talavfr.'! 105x Longshot specialist 50-1

5th Race, 2nd Series Imp. 7 Fgt. Pura 7$0

1 Embassy
2 Town's Wall
3 Singful
4 Kadir

1

H. Gustines 104 Could score again
R. vasquez 112 r-Ran, well in last
B. Baexa 110 Better this week -A.
Vasque lis Form indicates

Peel Closes SM

Sth Race, 7th Series lit, 7 Ffs. Pvrso S4ft
OUIWBCA

Peel Closes 4:45

Louvre won his last start on Sat Saturday,
urday, Saturday, Jan. 4, when he lurpnsing lurpnsing-ly
ly lurpnsing-ly won the seven furlong Manuel
Aranda Handicap. He has not
started jince. His rider on that oc occasion
casion occasion was leading jockey Brando
Baexa who will again do the bow bowing
ing bowing tomorrow.
Gavilan also won his lost time
out in another smashing upset. He
won the $4,000 Ne Year's Classic
which was finally run on Jan. 5
after beiiig called off on New
Year's Day when the starting gate
went haywire.
Virgilio Castillo, who rotie Gavi Gavilan
lan Gavilan on that memorable day, is now
on the sideline? servinp a suspen suspension
sion suspension and Guillermo Sanchez m)l
replace him aboard Reginald
Dooglaa' star. Gavdan 1:51 lj
(orirtteeeths of a second off
Potemon's trek mark for nine fur fur-lonj)
lonj) fur-lonj) should make him the fsvo-

rite to win tomorrow.
Melendez is the only otlier sched scheduled
uled scheduled starter in a race that could
easily make up in thrills hat it
lacks in numbers. Melendez, Jhss
Virginia de la Guardia.'s slow

starting puck unuean norse, was
an also raw in the New Year's
PI-tin

failure at the longer distances and

does his best running over seven
Airinncrc Favorite rider Ruben Vas-

auez will guide Melendez in this

The secondary attraction is an

other seven tunong sprici in wmn
Embassy, Town's Wall Sinpfyl and
Kadir will vie for $750 Kadir, sec second
ond second to Hostigador last week,
shapes up as the probable inutuels
favorite.
Eight other prospect ve thrillers
are included on an attractive Sat

urday afternoon card.

2nd Race, "Special" Imp. 4 Fsja. Purs ?450
SECOND RACI OF THE DOUBLE

Peel Cleses 1:30

HOOFBEATS
By Conrado Sargeant

Another brief fleup by Presi

dent Remon racetracn muso
ers over the handicapping system,
which at first had the making of
a itrike threat, turned out to be a
"tempest in a teapot. .....
The owners aired their protests
before track manager Pabio A.
Thayer who, at usual, quickly and
ffiactorily aetUed th matte
However it is our opinion tnai
thfsTore'spotin local J g
will never i completely ncaiea
until a conditional handicapping

Racetrack Tips

By CONRADO

1-Pkudo
Forever
I 2 El Pequtno
4-Marealita
; f-Tewrs Wall
aFanix

7-Emkrwjada
1 I Summer Party
fThunderstieak
10 Louvre

Mikel
Ralah le)
Golden Meon

Linda Susy

Ornamental Star
I Aoheila

Miss Patience
Blue Sky

Gavilan

Pacific Softball

League

Standing

Abernathy Unisport
Cerveceria Nacipnal
Ft, Clayton
Ft. Kobbe
Libby Foods
Nnxt Games

W L Pet

.857

.714
.867

.286

.000

1 Guadalcanal
2 Forever
3 The Squire
4 ( Bathal
5 ( Rajah
8 Jack Bit)
7 Emily Mary)

A. Vasquew 113 Las was revealing 3-2
G. Rivera 113 Rates good chance 5-2
J. Avila 115 Unknown auantitv 101

Aguirre 115 Could eorc in debuy 2-1,
Gustines 110 Last was creditable 2-1
Cristian 115 Has good workouts 4-1
C, Ruiz 110 Has plenty early foot 4-1

B.
H.
R

3rd Race, "0" Natives 4 Fs. Purse $375
ONI TWO

Pool Cleses 2:00

1 Barilii A. Vasquez 115 Could score again 2-1
2 Guacamaya A. Gonzales 108 Rates good chance 5-1
3 Sideral J. Talavera 105x Usually fractious 4-1
4 Golden Moon J. Phillips 108 Has strongest finish 5-2
5 El Pequeno A. Jordan HOx Form indicates 2-1
6 Olimpico C. Quiros 102x Returns from layoff -31

fth Race, 5th Series Imp. 4 Fes. Purse 5500 Peel Cleses
FIRST RACE OF THE DOUSLE

1 Empire Cross 105 Post position hampers
2 King John H. Gustines 113 Strong effort last
3 Ornamental Star B, Baeza 113 -Has beaten better
4 Red Label E. Dario 105 -LasUwas poor
5 Fenix R'. Vasquez 115 -form indicates J
Introduction F. Aivurez 110 -Apparently recovered
7-Ojiver S. Carvajal W8 -Dangerous this time
ChivUingo F. Justinianl WTx Nothing to recommend

7th Race. 4th Series Imp. 7 Fit, Pur. $400 Peel Clo 4:10

SECOND RACE OF THE DOUBLE
1 Gef htanio A. Vasquez 113 -Back in winning form 2-1
2 Contralto B Baeza 105 Has late rush 10-1
3 Crews Hill C. Quiros 103x Nothing in months 50-1
4 Plateado R. Cristian 108 -Could be upsetter 15-1
5 E1 AgheUa H. Gustirtes 108 -Powerful race last 2-1
6 Manandoagua E. Ortega 105 Usually close up v 10-t

34
2-1
2-1
33
3:41

10-1
2-1
5-2
10-1
2-1
51
4-1
304

1 Resuelto R. vasquei
2 Febrero 11 J. Phillips
3 Little Fool C Ruiz
4 Grimilda A. Alfaro
5 Silver Heels A. Yeasa
6 SUmraer Party CrUtian
7 Fiftto E Ortega
8 Miss Patience B. Baeza
9 (Bradomin C Qulrbs
10 (Alminar '. F. Jusiimani

113 Has strongest finish 2-1
110 Could get up here 10-1
113 Bad legs hamper l-i
Hi-.x-Not against these 50-1
l'.5 Should be close up 3-1
112 Rates fair chance 3-1
102 -Ran well in last 4-1
105 Could make it now 7-1
I02x Recent poor, races 10-1
10U Early speed only 10-1

trii Race, Sth. Series Imp

4 Ft Pvrw 1500
ONE TWO

Peel Closes .MS.

1 -Globe Trotter
j Pir'arirn

3 Thunderstreak

4 Josento
5 Coral
6 Golaze
7 Distingn
8 Biue Sky
S-FieRro

B. Bat'.a DO
H. Ruiz 105
R. Vasauez 115

H. Gustines 108
A. Alfaro 105x
R. Gomer. HO
F,.Atvr 105
Bi A'iirrc 110
A. Ycaxa llS

system is adopted. Horses are

handicapped according to amount
n.t iiUfnui Att m nn Ail sarnpft mnst

VI V- W iliuuvj "f
recent wins, etc. under the condi

tional system.

The absolete class or sertevsys-

tem is now used only in South

America and countries where nurse
racing is still backwards in many

respects.

As a result et tne owners pro protests,
tests, protests, track handicapper Petre Petre-nile
nile Petre-nile Alonse presented the new
terms in his handicapping sys system.
tem. system. The conditions are as fol follows:
lows: follows: 1 Turn.vsar.nlH imnnrlprl thor

oughbreds will make their debut in

the seventn series, mree-year-oms

in the sixth and older horses in me

fifth.

2 Imported horses will move up

one series for each victor ana

KHrbi!J -W M eriM IIP tiC

Jan. 31; Ft. Kobbe SyJtes Regul Regulars
ars Regulars VI Ft. Clayton.
Feb. 3; Cerveceria Nacional Vi
Hq. Co. 1st. Battle Gp.
Feb. 4; Abernathy Unisport vs
Libby Foods.
Feb. 5; Ft. Clayton vs Cervece Cerveceria
ria Cerveceria Nacional.
Syket Regulars Break Libby
Feeds Hopes With 17-te-S Crusher
Ft. Kobbe Hq. Co. 1st. Battle
Group Sykes Regulars broke loose
Tuesday with a smashing 17rto-5

win over the fading last place ud ud-by
by ud-by Foods.
M-Sgt. Chambers, limited Libby
Foods to five hits good for five
runs. All of the Food producers'
Tims were riven up ml the fourth

inning. Chambers evssVed his won

and loss pitching reconi.

out of the money.

Nativp horses will be allowed

two victories in each series begin beginning
ning beginning in the seventh, series.

A Ura.ni, will ilrnn m priS

tnr tka fif.t ihrm mnnths nf 1V-

off period and another series for

tne following two monros.

5 The eighth series will be re

stricted to seventh series cam

paigners who have been out of the
money four times or have not won
a race in three months.
6 Suspensions meted out to
horses by the stewards will not be
considered as a layoff.
7 Purses will.be distributed in
the following manner:
First series-SLOOO

Second series-S750
Third serls-rl450
Fourth terles-8400
Fifth series $500
Sixth series-MOO
Seventh series $400
Eighth series-$400
"Special races" for two, and
three-vear-oW will have, a purse
f $450.
oOo
Five promising newcomerf are
scheduled to swing into action this
weekend. They are The Squire.
Bathal, Jackbit, Alcaraz and
Achieved. The first three are en

tered for tomorrow's second race i

while the other two are listed to
go in Sunday's second rac.

The Sqwre is a longr-stnaraa nve-year-old
bay son of Watch Light Light-Old
Old Light-Old English from Jamaica. He is
owned by the Stud Corzo and
trained by James Waint.
Bathal. a hefty five-year-old Ar-

centine-bred offspring of Telnl

id loss Pitching record. Combillacion, is owned and trained
Pnworfnl hittina combined wrthk.. -n..-..

a fast base running by the Regul- Jackbi, a fOUr-year-oM Irish
ars had pitcher Hampton and his -0it hvT1i Cobhler-Wild Clover, is

reliever, Sverett, wnn runs m owned Dy the Stud Bnena F and

the first 4 tn the third and six.th
and two each in the fourth and

fifth.
A total of eleven hits made by
the, Sykes Regulars were headed
by homers by Campbell, Garcia
and Grates, Two doubles and a
triple rwere the other extra blows
given up by losing pitcher Hamp Hampton
ton Hampton and supporter Everett.

; The box score:
Libby Foods
Smith, If
Young, 3b
Cicero, ss
Nesbit, cf
Lawyer, rf
Nichersher, 2b
Mead, lb
Bowman, c
Hampton p
Everett, p
Sykes Regular
Dreher, lb
Zargon ss
Grates. 2b

Hardesty, 3b

Garcia, c
Campbell, r.

Grill, of
TVohashia, lb
Chambers, p

AB R H

1

4 1
3 1
4 0
4 0
4 f
3 0
2 0
3 1
i'o
1 1

4 2 C
4 1 1
3 3 1
4 3 2
4 2 i
. i J 2
4 2 2

4 0
3 1

trained hv T.ilis H. FaiTUPia

Achieved is a three-year-ew
brown celt by Talon-Soft Whisper.
This International thorouohbred
is owned and trained by Daniel
Cinigli. Aohieved's sire is the
Argentine-bred Talon who won
the Santa Anita Handlcao some
years agar. His dam. Soft Whis Whisper,
per, Whisper, is an American mare and
Achieved was foaled in England
and is, therefore, listed as an
English colt.
AWrax a tlirpe-vear old bay

offspring of Quetral-Zaspilerdi. is
owned by Miss Nflka Lokee and
trained by Enrique Gltten?.

ouo
Promising French colt Guadal Guadalcanal
canal Guadalcanal is how listed as the property
il the Stud Lulu. Antonio Eslold Eslold-;en
;en Eslold-;en continues to be his trainer.
Black Bee is abetter animal
hat has a new owner. She will
ace under the colors of the Stud
Butch in the future. Simeon Allen
......in ir charee nf her training.

Riscal and Miss Patience owned

y the Stud Taooga. are ner new
lanrilinir Their new trainer is Ra

tion Navarro. They were foimerljj
rained hv Alfonso Salinas.

Paquetito. a once pru-ni.sing Ar

gentine colt that is pUt:uei by lej
irfc nmv owned hv tht

f I Stud 4 Felix and trained by Fcli:

r

elehdez

-Runs well when rested;
-Returns from layoff
-Last was revealing
-Vastly improved
-Not in best shape
-Way off form
-Back in top form
-No. 1 contender
-Disappointment recently

15-1
30-1
3- 2
4- 1
50-1
50-1
31
2-1
4-1

10th' Race, .tatoritt Imp. 7 Fgs:Purse ftOOO Peel Cleses 5:41

B. Baeza 106 -Fastest at getaway EVEN
G .nchez 116 Proven top flighter 8-5
R. Vasquez 112 Has good workouts 8-5

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2 bad rooms, bet. cold water.
Phone Panama 3-4941.
FOR RENT: 2-bedroom apart,
mentv 2 bathrooms, large dining
and livingroom, separate maid's
room with bath, garage, hot
water, patio, unfurnished, in high
cool locality, all screened, in El
Cangrejo. Please call: after of office
fice office hours: 3-7708 office hours!
2-0321.
FOR RENT: Co'meJetely fur fur-nished
nished fur-nished screened one-bedroom
apartment, very cool, running hot
water. Perry Hill, Street No. 11
Tel. 3-0533 or 3-2694.
FOR RENT: Modern apartment,
"Duplex" two bedroom, furnish furnished
ed furnished or unfurnished, near El Pana Panama
ma Panama Hotel in Campo Alegre, Ri Ri-cardo
cardo Ri-cardo Arias Street, telephone 2
2341 or 3-3379.
FOR RENT: Furnished and un unfurnished
furnished unfurnished apartments. Telephone
1386. New Altsimbra Apart Apartment,
ment, Apartment, 10th Street, Colon.
FOR RENT: Apartment rooms
$40.00. $25.00. Via Espana 50 50-10
10 50-10 A. Phone 3-3644.
FOR RENT: Three bedroom
apartment, with two baths, living-dining
room, balcony, kit kitchen,
chen, kitchen, garage, maid's room with
bath, laundry porch, hot water
installation. "DONICHITA
APTS." near Santuario Nacional.
$125.00. Information Ave. Cuba
No. 25-43 Tel. 2-0481 or
apartment No. -2.
FOR RENT: Furnished apart apartment,
ment, apartment, SI inspected. $55.00.
Phone 3-2068. Via Porrat No.
99.
FOR RENT: Apartments two
bedrooms, dining, living room
and maid room, hot water, and
garage, for information 37
Street No. 4-23.
FOR RENT: Apartment 5 big
rooms, balcony. Central Avenue
information Novelties "El Siglo".
FOR RENT: Furnished apartment
private entrance, gas, etc. Via
Porras 114.
Interscholastic
Track Meet At
Balboa Tonight
Plans were complete for the an
! nual interscholastic, track and field
meet featuring students attending
the Latin American Schools in the
Canal Zone, and which takes place
at the (Balboa Stadium, tonight,
commencing at 6:30.
The meet is for students atted atted-ing
ing atted-ing the junior and senior high
schools. The list of officials select
ed to conduct the meet follows:
Gaines Committee: Miss Pear-1
line Carter, Miss Julette Carring-'
ton,, Ellis L. Fawcett, Owen B.
Shirley, Craftoh Conliffe.
Meet Director: Stanley G. Lo-
ney.
Starters
Brown.
Eric Ferguson, Harold i
V
Clerks of the Course; C. L. Bar-
aS"-4 W1,t'd
, Announcer: Newton Buckner.
Finish Judges: Richard Mark Mark-land,
land, Mark-land, Leonard Parker, George
Douglas, Roman Jimenez.
Timers: Edward F. O'Connell,
Jesus F. Gamboa, Luis M. Tovar
Jovane.
Field Judges: Horace Parker, Ce Cecil
cil Cecil Innis, George Hinds.
Field Marshal: Avanzo FarreU.
Recorders: Miss Zenaida Cha-
varria, Henry Clarke, Esther Ste
wart.
Games Reporters: Gilberto Mo
reno, Carl McLean.
TELE-RAD
GUARANTEED
TV SERVICE
TEL.
Corner "H"
2-2374
ft Darlen St.
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Automobiles
FOR SALE: 1955 Chevrolet
Bel-Air Sport coupe, two tones,
radio, heater, overdrive, $1,400.
Phone 87-3293 C.
FOR SALE: 1956 Ford Station
Wagon two door V-8, 16.000
miles, very good condition
$1850, Phone Cristobal 3-3169.
FOR SALE: 1946 Fargo 1 Vi
then stake, duty paid. Call Gam Gam-boa
boa Gam-boa 751.
FOR SALE: 1955 station wagon
need repairs. $600.00. See lorge.
Villanueva y Tejeira Deposito
Federico Boyd.
FOR SALE: 1949 Buick Super
4-door sedan, good condition,
rebuilt Dynaflow, $300. Tel. 3 3-1619.
1619. 3-1619. leading
CAMERAS
International Jewelry
155 Central Ave.
NIKON
Cameras
t.l.BsMM H.
(Across Banco Nacional)
PANAMA COLON
"OCT STREAMLINED"
the McLevj way. Bod; Massaa;,
Excerclslng Machines, Turkish
oath. Trained operators tor ladles
sad gentlemen. Get results.
MASSAGE SALON
' Services "SCROLL'S"
Products
i. Arosemena Ave. 13-41
TeL 3-2217
LIFE INSURANCE
call
JIM RIDGE
General Agent
Gibraltar Life Ins. Co..
for rates: and information
Tel. Panama 2-0552
SAN BUS
EXCURSION
February 9, 1958
Fidanque Travel Service
Tel. 2-1661
ISpahn Signs;
Other BraVes
Holding Out
NEW YORK, Jan. 31 (UP)-The
Milwaukee Braves hoped today
that the signing' & star pitcher
Snahn for a reported
$60,000 would break the logjam
of unsigned players which includ includes
es includes almost all of the club's higher
salaried hired nanus.
Still unsigned and apparently
holding out for big pay raises af after
ter after helping the club to the Nation National
al National League pennant and the worm
championship are such a thrrd
baseman Eddie Mathews, Henry
Aaron, the league's most valuable
player, second baseman Red geM geM-Llienst
Llienst geM-Llienst and pitcher. .Lew Burdet Burdet-te,
te, Burdet-te, the hero of the World Series,
and Bob Buhl.
Add to the list the life of out out--
- out-- rwinotnn and BOD
Iieiaers -i,0,r
Hazle, first baseman Frank Torre;
and pitchers Ernie MtnM
5 McMabon and the Muwaukse,
front office is a long way fro
satisfying everyone in the Braves
wigwam this spring.
Spain, the oldest player on' the
MilSee roster in terms f
XL iittl trouble convinc-
ing sc"" . ,! from tne'i
he was enuueuw -- r -estimated
$50,W 'l J f e
last yar for' winnirfg 21 games.
FLY TO SAN BIS ISLANDS
(owns Hi now
qbtoN AVIATION
Tels. H

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HOUSEHOLD RX CHANGE J Pe. a.
Home Articles
-FOR SALE. Philippine Rattan
dining room set, 6 chair with
cushions, house 7 New Cristobal.
FOR SALE: Household furni furniture:
ture: furniture: 203 New Cristobal. Phone
2992, Mrs. Lowe.
FOR SALE: Mahogany double
beds complete 69.00. Army type
beds 6.95. New chrome dinette
sets 89.95. Mahogany dining
table. 4 chairs 69.00. Folding
beds with mattress 19.00. War Wardrobes
drobes Wardrobes from 25.00. China closets
from 12.50. Beautiful living room
suites (4 pieces) from 75.00.
Many other bargains in new and
used furniture. Cribs, springs,
mattresses, bunk bads, wronght
iron, etc. Easy credit terms. Al Al-maeen
maeen Al-maeen HX (Household Ex Exchange)
change) Exchange) 41 Auto Row. We
Deliver. Tel. 3-4911 and 3 3-7348.
7348. 3-7348. We pay cash for your old
furniture.
FOR SALE: Twin beds, white
leatherette headboards, Sim Simmons
mons Simmons beautyrest box sprints and
mattresses, $225. Complete,
phone 13-4144 anytime.
FOR SALE: Complete house household
hold household furniture and micellaneous
articles, Central Avenue No.
2528 Flash house Apt. II.
FOR SALE: Small radio, coffee
table, end tables, gas stove, re refrigerator,
frigerator, refrigerator, dinette set, 1306
(morning). Colon.
FOR SALE: 9 cu. ft. refrige refrigerator
rator refrigerator $70.00. see lorge. Villa Villanueva
nueva Villanueva y Tejeira, Deposito Fe Federico
derico Federico Boyd.
FOR SALE: 25 cycle Frigidaire
with freeser compartment $150.
Mahogkny dining table 8 chaira
6' buffet $200.00. Call Balboa
2896.
FOR SALE? Dining room set,
mahogany coffee white, .table,
chair", buffet, good condition,
new upholstery. $148.00. Tel.
3-4628 Alberto Hares.
Boats & Motors
FOR SALI: Fully equipped 20
foot inboar 75 b.p. marina
engine, fiberglassed, with fold folding
ing folding canvas teal,: Ideal for local
area. Price $1800, call Albrodk
7241 evenings for domostra domostra-fion.
fion. domostra-fion. LOOSE SCREWS HANDY
SWANSEA Wales (UP) The
City Council housing committee
today cancelled orders to carpen carpenters
ters carpenters to screw down loose banis banisters
ters banisters at a city housing project. It
said the screw heads would have
prevented children from sliding
dpwn the banisters.
ROYALTY VISITS CENTENNIAL
OSLO, Norway (UP) Princess
Astrid Will attend the celebration
of Minnesota's centennial this
summer, it was announced today.
The foreign ministry said the 26-year-old
princess will be accom accompanied
panied accompanied by Premier Einar Ger Ger-hardsen
hardsen Ger-hardsen and several other offi officials.
cials. officials. SfRWCf
CENTERS
TONIGHT
BALBOA : A S-.ll
"GREAT AMERICAN
PASTIME"
CRISTOBAL 7:00
John Derek
"JFUBY AT SHOWDOWN"
DIABLO T:M
Ronald Reagan
Nancy Davis
"HELLCATS OP
THE NAVY"
Owl Show 10:30
"the Purple Mask"
GAMBOA 7:0t
Victor Mature
Anita Ekberg
"ZARAK"
GATUN 7:00
Pat Boone
Sherle.v Jone.
"APRIL 1XVE"
MARGARITA 6:15, 8:00
Stewart Granger
Rhonda Fleming
"GUN OLOBX"
Owl Show 10:30
"Man With My Face"
SANTA CRUZ
f :1S 1:35
"Charge at
Feather River"
and
"AprM to Farla"
7:55 only
CAMF BIKRD
6:15 it f.lt
"THE MONTE
CARLO STORY"
Owl Show 10 30
"CEASEFIRE"
FARA1SO 6:15 & 8:10
Audle Murphy "DESTRr
Owl Show 10:30
"Earth vs. The Flying Saucers"

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ia Oan Ave Ho. 41 o POTO OOMT-Jmlo
Mttmmt M PARMACIA "SAB Vl rorrss
Miscellaneous
SPECIAL OFFERS
DRY WOOD. Class "B". planed,
for ceilings, floors, partitions,
and other construction require requirements;
ments; requirements; all dimensions.
ASERRADERO EL CHAGRES, S.
A. Trans-Isthmian Hilghway
Pueblo Nuevo.
Real Estate
FOR SALE Hpuse or Via Espa Espana
na Espana and 50 Street Bella Vista;
suitable for residence or busi business,
ness, business, for mere information call
Tel. 2-2854 e 3-1581 from 9
a m. to 6 p.m.
FOR SALE:- Go to Gorgena
beach for week-end or retire retirement.
ment. retirement. Fully furnished cottage.
Phone Balboa 4474.
Domestic Employment
WANTED: English speaking
practical nurse for new born
baby, te live in. experience with
American families necessary,
local references. Tel. 3-7755.
WANTED : Woman for general
housework. Do not apply without
refasences. Sleep In. No. 1 1-46
A, lose Gabriel Duque, Le Create.
WANTED: Maid to work with
American family for several
months. Possibilities of traveling
to the States for a 2-year mini minimum
mum minimum period. Transportation
paid. Must sleep in. like children
and have good references. Call
3-4671.
PACIFIC LITTLP LEAGUE
Team Standing
Team W L Pt.
Police 4 2 .667
Spur 5 1
Lincoln Life Ins. 4 3
Seymour Age.ncy 2 3
Elks 1414 2 4
Gibraltar Life 15
.833
.588
.400
.333
.167
Monday's Game: Elks 1414 vs
Gibraltar Life Ins.
Wednesday's Game: Lincoln
Life 6, Elks 1414.1.
The hutting Lincoln Life Insur Insurance
ance Insurance team iiade seven timely hits,
including doubles, by Lou and Bob
Engeke and Farnsworth, good for
six runs in scoring a six to one
win over the Elks.
The Elks had trouble connect connecting
ing connecting solidly with Doug Marti's last
ball. But for during base running
by Elks' Tommy Gangle, he might
have had a shoutout. As it was the
Elks could only score one run.
Tomorrow morning at 9:30 Elks
arid Seymour Agency wiQ play off
their game which was postponed
on account of rain. 'T
The box score:
Lincoln Life
Engelke, L., cf
Douglas, cf
Duran, R.
Engelke, R. 2b
Ostrea, ss
Farnsworth, If
Marti, p
Deming, 3b
Stallings, 3b
Nelson, lb
Gerwatowski, c
Phillips, rf
AB R H
,3 1 1
10
2 0
2 1
3 2
1 ,1
2 0
2 0
6 0
3 0
3 0
2 1
Totals
24 e 7
Elks 1414
Poore, lb
3 0
3 1
3 0
3 0
2 0
1 0
Gangle, ss
Austin, 3b
McGrath, c
Bei-ger, 2b
Luxky, 2b
Brown, If
Bergerner, cf
Matheney, cf
Hummel, rf
Egolf, W. L., p
Totals
2 0
1 0
1 0 01
1 0 0
2 0 0
22 1 3

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THE STORY OF TODAY'S REBBELIOUS YOUTH:

"JOHNNY

OPEN RELEASE TOMORROW AT "DRIVE-IN"

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AGKNC1AS

LOM-
Awnwii i Ave. anM St FARMACIA
III HUTHWUia
SERVICES
3 -minute car wash $1, steam
cleaning of motor $5. waxing of
cars $6. Auto-Banc Trans-Isthmian
Highway near Sears.
SERVICE IS OUR SPECIALTY,
TV, HI-FI, RADIO AND 1HO 1HO-NO.
NO. 1HO-NO. CALL U. S. TELEVISION
PANAMA 3-7607.
R
easonable
eliable
ad jo-TV
epairs
V
With fairness to all. Best equip equipped
ped equipped and most dependable shop
(one day service). Member of
Natesa (National Alliance of
Electrical Service Association!.
Crawford Agencies Corp. Phone
2-1905. Bex 1890, Panama.
Buildings, furniture and house house-,
, house-, hold articles fumigated against
termites, bores, and other in insects.
sects. insects. All work covered by writ written
ten written guaranty. Low cost-quick
service. "Servicio Pronto" Tel.
Panama 3-7977 Colon 1777.
LOWE. S. A.
Specialised Small Gasoline En Engine
gine Engine Service. AUTHORIZED
SERVICE FOR VESPA AND
ZUNDAPP MOTORSCOOTERS,
JOHNSON, EVINRUDE AND
MERCURY OUTBOARD MO MOTORS.
TORS. MOTORS. ALL WORK GUARANTE GUARANTEED.
ED. GUARANTEED. No. 7 Ave. Balboa. Same
Building as Salon Bahia Tel. 2 2-4616.
4616. 2-4616. The best dinner, and drinks
are served in our modern air air-conditioned
conditioned air-conditioned cafeteria grill and
bar Hotel International "Pla "Pla-xa
xa "Pla-xa 5 da Mayo'
Panama Team Leads
Central American
Golf Tournament
The Panama Golf club team,
playing in the 13fh Annual Central
American tournament presently
being played at the Panama Golf
Club, and which ends today, was
leading at the end of 27 holes of
the 72-hole match on Wednesday
afternoon.
The teams are playing for the
Central American team trophy and
individual awards for the low med medalist
alist medalist in the 72-hole play, and the
golfer who scores the greatest
number of points for his team. As
of Wednesday afternoon, the team
scores were as follow:
Team 18th 27th
Panama 741 1,0
Costa Rica 619 .20
Honduras 5Si) .870
El Salvador 483 .720
Nicaragua 468 .696
Guatemala, because of internal
conditions in the country, was un un-ahJe
ahJe un-ahJe to field a team for the Cen
tral American tournament. Key
Valdes of the Panama team scor
ed high individual points thus far
with 108.
Valdes and Maurice Mueller of
the Panama team scored low med
al score with 71. Other low medal
scores, by teams, are: Frank Mor Mor-rice',
rice', Mor-rice', Jr. and L. E. Moya of Costa
Rica: 77, R. Ladd of-El Salvador
with 80; Charlie DanieU of Hondu Honduras
ras Honduras with 75. and J. B. Ramirez of
Nicaragua with 80.
The high individual point win winners
ners winners to Wednesday afternoon werer
R. Valdes of Panama, 106: '. B.
Ramir-z of Nicaragua 71;- Charlie
Daniels of Honduras wiih 80, F.
Noltenius of El Salvador with 68,
and Frank, Morrico Jr. nd V. Ba Ba-talla
talla Ba-talla of Costa Rici with 91.
The 7-hole matcnei.wil! end this
afternoon, followed ly a cocktail'
party in, the Ciubkouse-cf rhe Pa
nam;i dolf Club in iionbf'of the
visiting Central American golfers
given by the Director or me hud.
TROUBLE
it
The drama-charged story
of two young people in love
and in trouble, and an elderlj
woman who helps them to
find happiness comes to the
screen of the "DRIVE-IN"
Theatre in great weekend re release,
lease, release, tomorrow, Sunday and,
Monday In Warner Bros.'
"JOHNNY TROUBLE."
Ethel Barrymore and Cecil
Kallaway star, along with
Carolyn Jones, the sensation
of "The Bachelor Party." In
the title role is a newcomer
in his first major role, Stuart
Whitman.
"JOHNNY TROUBLE" Is
the story of a young man and
girl whose lo almost brings
them to the point of disgrace
and ruin, but who, together,
succeed in bringing to an old
woman a great measure of
happiness.

WANTED : Experienced sales salesmen.
men. salesmen. Attractive commission,
immediate payment. "Muebleria
Rattan Lux."

Miscellaneous j
ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS
DRAWER "A," DIABLO
BOX 1211, CRISTOBAL, CX
It's economical to reconstruct
RfnReeonstrtictora Nacio Nacional"
nal" Nacional" offers guaranteed work.
They costless and are mere dur-
able than new ones. Peru Avenue
No. 7. Phone 2-0406, Pana Panama.
ma. Panama. Position Wanted
Would like to find employment
for my maid. Especially good
with children. Cell 3-7384.
20-30 Convention
Here February 7-9
The District Convention of
20-30 International will be
held in Panama City on Feb February
ruary February 7, 8 and 9.
Delegations from clubs in
Mexico, Guatemala, El Salva Salvador,
dor, Salvador, Honduras, Nicaragua,
Costa Rica, Cuba and Ecuador
will attend this convention.
The highlight will be a
dance at the Hotel El Panama
Hilton on Saturday night.
February 8. Admission charge
to the general public will be
Jt, Two orchestras will uro uro-vide
vide uro-vide continuous music. Door
nrizes will be offered.

Garrard

JUST RECEIVED
GARRARD Changers

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Cehtraf 6-109 CalfdOnia :

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'49 Cadillac 4-door ............ S 400.00 fl
I '56 Volkswagen 1,100.00 M
I '52 Oldsmobile 4-door . .... 600.00
I '53 Oldsmobile convertible .... 700.00 M
'54 Dodge Coronet 2-door 900.00 KH
I AGENCIAS COSMOS, S. A.
Frangipani St., by Panama National iliCI
Stadium Tels. 2-4680 2-4586 WSSS j

Big Stile at

STARTING TODAY!
FANTASTIC DISCOUNTS
Before NOW
Lovely wrought iron 6 p. living room sets 245.00 175.00
Wrought Iron dining room sets for 6 p. ..175.00 120.60
Chrome dinette sets paste,! shades) ...108.00 ; 9.95
Rattan living room set 395.no 296.00
Mahogany dining room table and 4 chairs 75.00 49.00
Complete double -beds mahogany, carved 85.00 69.00
Complete double beds panel 39.00 9.00
Hollywood beds 30" 30.00 22.50
Bunk beds with mattress 69.00 55.00
Folding beds with mattresses 39.00 29.00
Guaranteed innerspring mattresses
Simmons type ,. 85.00 59.00
First quality Cotton mattresses 24.00 20.00
Used double mattresses 15.00 8.00
Modern mahogany Wardrobes :....:. 60;00 35.00
Modern mahogany China Closets 35.00 19.00
Modern mahogany dressers 18.90 29.00
Mahogany bureaus with mirror 35.00 19.00
Modern Studio couch 75.00 59.00
Basket chairs 15.00 1?.50
Aluminum folding chairs 15.00 ".SO
EASY TERMS CLUB PLAN
WE PAY CASH FOB YOUR USED FURNITURE
HOUSEHOLD EXCHANGE

National Ave. No. 41

WANTED TO RENT: Vacation
quarters desired by American
couple, (no children) for the
month or Febntary, April and
May or any part thereof. Tel.
name 3-3579.

WANTED: Esmpean couple
wants three room modern apart apartment,
ment, apartment, quiet with balcony Can Cangrejo
grejo Cangrejo or Crest 3-6138 noon
evenings.
CARMEN CAVALLARO
Poet of The Piano
and Company
BALBOA THEATRE
February 10th
Tickets Now On Sale at
' JB6x Office
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Congressman Suggests Lottery

Help Raise Defense Budget

WASHINGTON Jan. 3,1 (UP)-

Reo. Paul A. Fino (R-N. Y.) aid

hopefully today he had the means
by which the government could
tap the estimated 30 billion, dol dollars
lars dollars Americans gamble annually.

His solution a national lottery.

He said it would raise one-fourth

of this year's 40 billion dollar de
fense budget.

The Bronx, N. Y., Republican

has introduced a bill to establish

five man lottery commission.

Tickets would he printed by the
government and sold only in post

offices. None would be sold to

minors.

Fino said in an interview that

most Congressmen support the

lottery idea privately but oppose
it publicly because tiey fear "re-

percusvnns from the oo-gooaers,

ete aith religious scruples

blue-noses . the same people
who forced prohibition on us.,f

Fino offered these arguments

in favor of a national lottery:

The nation already is spending

30-billion dollars annually on gam gambling,
bling, gambling, two-thirds of it on illegal

wagering.

At least 43 other nations are

using lotteries as a source of

revenue.

A federally sponsored lottery

"wouldn't turn us into a nation
of gamblers anymore than repeal
of prohibition t"rnd us into a na

tion of drunkards."

-Lotteries raised money for

George Washington's continental

Army,- mint some of the capital s
earlier government building and
helped some of the nation'! finest

colleges m their early days of de
velopment.

A lottery would, raise 10 bil

lion dojjars, or 25 per cent of the

aetense ouaget, ana it people
complain about uncle Sam going
into the gambling business, how

about the schools and roads built
with revenue from state-approved
pari-mutual race track betting'?'

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pressed expressed interest in the idea. Bruav

dage said he didn't think a na national
tional national lottery was the answer, InB
that he "wouldn't mind experi experimenting
menting experimenting with some kind of a bond
issue with a redemption bonus or
something like that."

Ike's Cut In B-52s
For Strategic Use
Shocks US Senator
WASHINGTON Jan. 3,1 (UP)
If Americans are to "stay alive'","
Sen. Henry M. Jackson (DWash.)
said today the nation must imme immediately
diately immediately produce more B-52 hydro hydrogen
gen hydrogen bombers and missile-firing nu nuclear
clear nuclear submarines.
Jackson sard in a speech pre prepared
pared prepared for Senate debate on a
$54,967,000 defense authorization

bill the Eisenhower administration
made an "incredible" decision by

not ordering any more B-52's for

me Ftraregrc ait Lommano
(SAC).
An "irreducible minimum" of
615 million dollars, he said, should
he put into additional B-53S the
nation's chief retaliatory tweapod
and their long; range KC135
jet refueling planes. This amount
was sought by the Air Force.
The Senate was expected to
approve the emergency bill with
only minor, amendments to the

house version. It calls for autho authorizing
rizing authorizing $218,600,000 for dispersing
SAAC bases, $1,124,000 for mis missile
sile missile base facilities, 1189,600000 for
a missile detection system and
$29670,000 for the aircraft early
warning network.

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FEB 1 195 8

American Schools Track Meet Tonight'
Read story on page 8

Latin

USARCARIB Schobl Observes
Ninth Anniversary Tomorrow

The most unusual school in the
United States Army will celebrate
Its ninth anniversary tomorrow
morning with a parade, and jtner
festivities.
-5 The United States Army Carib-
$ean School at Fort Gulick, Canal
'Zone, which .gives instruction ex exclusively
clusively exclusively to students from Laun
IwSlmerica, was founded on Feb. 1,
3949. with a dual role of training
ru.S. Army personnel from the
Panama Area and selected per-,
sonnel from various Ibero Ameri American
can American nations.

After operation in this dual ca capacity
pacity capacity for six and one half years,
tile school was copverteJ to. the ex exclusive
clusive exclusive instruc'lon of Latin vneri vneri-kens
kens vneri-kens in July of 1956. Since 1H43
more than 15,000 men have receiv receives
es receives training at the Fort," Gulick
! School, of which more than half
that number have come from Cen Central
tral Central and South America and the
Caribbean countries. An average of
'1,000 men per year from these m m-tic
tic m-tic is receive n-rtruction in the va various
rious various coijrses offered by the school.
;;. All trainine and instruction is
"the same as that giwen to U.S.
, military p.r$onntl at the Army
frhoolt In tho United S.iUi. To
led $ Claim Supply
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Base Toward Pole
Already
Completed

Z LONDON, Jan. 30 (UP) The
-Espviet Antarctic expedition has
completed construction of a supply
Et&se on the route to the "pole of
jMircessibility" and is ready to
" launch its drive to reach the most
Srniote point in Antarctica, Mos Moscow
cow Moscow radio said today.
2 It reported that expedition lead lead-f&ei
f&ei lead-f&ei and supplied at Vostok station
-at the south magnetic pole some
-W5 from Russia'? coastal base of
Mirny.
i The broadcast said Nikolayev
-was en route back to the Soviet
'"ittland Komsomo'skava station,
534 miles from Mirny, and soon
would begin his attempt from
Chiere.
"The "pole of inaccessibility",
nt of the main Soviet objectives

of the international geophysical
5 ar, lies at the top of a, 14,000-
Ct piaieau spout auu mites irora
South Pole. It is a part of the
Antarctic previously observed
v ilply by United States Navy fliers

r- 1956.
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Weather Or Not
g This weather report for the
84 hours ending 8 a.m. today.
IV orenarrd h the Meteorolo Meteorological
gical Meteorological and Hydrographie
Branch of the Panama Canal

Company:
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TEMPERATURE:
High M 14
Low 74 77
HUMIDITY:
High V 90
Low M 7
WIND:
Hi (max. mph) NW-U N-17
flBbit (inches) .02 .13
WATER TEMP.:
(inner harbor) 7 S3
Kg SATURDAY, FEB. 1
High Low
13:45 ajn. 7:19 a.m.

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SOCCER in addition to the regular studies, students at the USARCARIB Schoolare encour encouraged
aged encouraged to participate in a large scale Intramural hletic program. Here, USARCARIB students
olav soccer with a team from the U. S. Air F( rce School for Latin America, located at Al Al-orook,
orook, Al-orook, AFB, at Fort Gulick.

illustrate this point, Nation!
Guardsman from Puerto Rico
receive training at the school ra rather
ther rather than at Stateside schools
where instruction is given in
English only- At the USARCA USARCARIB
RIB USARCARIB School all instruction is
carried out in Spanish.
Courses are currently being of
fered in all three of the school's
academic departments. Courses
now or to be offered by the arma
ment and automotive department
during the coming semester are
the motor officers course, ngnt ar
tillery mechanics course small
arms repair course, ana in, wneei wneei-ed
ed wneei-ed vehicle mechanics course.
The technical department will
offer instruction in tht engineer
officers course, communications
chiefs course, rooking course, en
gineer NCO course, radio repair
and radio operators courses.
The tactics department will place
its primary emphasis on officer m
struction by offering six courses
or officers and one for enlisted
men. They irt the artillery offi
cer basic cotrse, the command
and general staff course, the cadet
course, infantry tactics and infan
try weapons courses, the military
police officer and military police
enlisted courses.
At the present time, enrollment
in these courses has reached 297
with 22 more students expected
within the next week or so The
new semester will end on June 6.
Primary emphasis is p'aeed on
eiv.i.e the most up-to-date mstruc
tion and information available. A
natural result of the school, which
brings together the men of the
hemisphere, is to bring about an
increase in understanding and
goodwill between nations. This is
accomplished because the men
eat, sleep, and learn together
They have to adjust and iearn to
get along with one another and in
Long Drunken Spree
Gels Baseball Star
Into Holiest Water
NEW YORK (UP)-Former
major league baseball star Hank
Thompson appears in magis magistrate's
trate's magistrate's court today to answer
charges of stealing a car during
a monumental drinking spree that
began Tuesday night and was
still going strong late Wednesday
afternoon.
Thompson, now with the Min Minneapolis
neapolis Minneapolis Millers, awakened from
sleep at his apartment Wednes Wednesday
day Wednesday night, appeared at police
headquarters, complaining of a
gargantuan hangover, in response
to a telephone call from authori authori-ities.
ities. authori-ities. Advised of the charges
against him, the former Giant in-
fielder sheepishly admitted he
had taken the car owned by Wal
ter Jones, 35, a merchant sea seaman.
man. seaman. But Thompson sad he did didn't
n't didn't want the car. He had one of
his own. He just wanted to use it,
he said, to get to a party in
Brooklyn so he could keep up his
celebration
Thompson said he went to the
garage where he keeps his own
car, but found it blocked by other
vehicles. Jones car, free and
clear with the keys in the igni
tion, was handy, so he jumped in
and drove to Brooklyn, he said.
Many hours later, still celebrat
ing, the ballplayer found himself
in conversation with two men
Frank Nbrflete, 38, and Richard
Louder, 33, in a Harlem tavern.
They told him they heeded a car
to go someplace so he handed
them Jones' keys, Thompson
said.
Police, alerted by Jpnei of the
theft, spotted the stolen car an
hour later and nicked up Norflete
and Louber. They tolJ authorities
it was all a" mistake, that good

old Hank had lent them the car.

rnnseouence thev learn to like and,

respect each otner.
Naturally when tht students re return
turn return to their own countries they
carry "with thorn this respect for
their neighbors and in turn ma materially
terially materially aid the cause of inter inter-hemispheric
hemispheric inter-hemispheric understanding 'and
goodwill. Never before has such
an opportunity been extended to
such a large group of rank and
file citizens of so many rations
to learn about one another by liv living
ing living and working together.
The importance and regard in
which the school is held by the na
tions of this hemisphere is illus illustrated
trated illustrated by the many general officers
who have been sent to attend
courses at the Fort Gulick School,
as well as many visits by impor important
tant important dignitaries, both diplomatic
and military, from, oil countries in
Latin America.
Logistics Chief
Courtney Johnson
Visits Army Here
Courtney Johnson, deputy assist
ant Secretary of the Army (Logis
tics), arrived in the command yes
terday for a two-day visit to U.S
Army logistic installations.
His schedule today is to inelude
calls on Lt. Gen. Robert M. toon
laeue. commander in chief. Carib
bean Command, Mai. Gen. Tho
mas L. Harrold, commanding ge
neral, USARCARIB, and an after
noon visit with Gov. William E.
Potter.
Briefings by Col. Erai.k D. Mil
ler, J-4, Caribbean Command, Col
Joseph R. Russ, USARCARIB chief
of staff, Col. Louis D. Farns
worth Jr., USARCARIB G-4 and
Maj. John L. Blackwell, chief of
the G-4. operations division also
are on the day s agenda.
Before their departure tomorrow
afternoon, Johnson and his party
will make a tqur of the Miraflo
res Locks.

Sloths, Dance Teams To Pace
Javier School's Nightly Fair

One of the Isthmus' earliest in
habitants will be on hand-to wel
come visitors at the annual fair
of the Colecio Javier, a Jesuit
School, on Perejil in Panairia City.
The fair opens Sunday for one
week.
A nicture of the prehistoric
giant sloth whose bones were found
in an interior province wiu ney
note the exhibit of Isthmian arti
facts and zoological remains. The
display Is being prepared for the
fair by a group of friends of Pa
nama s National Museum un uma
Avenue.
Some of the actual, sloth-bones
unearthed from sand by scientists
will also'be on display. And there
will be a smaller stuffed sloth
of the kind seen in Panama's jun
gles today.
Two rooms near the Rector's of office
fice office of the school have been assign assigned
ed assigned to the museum show being put
on by a joint group of Panama
nians and Americans. Besides
drawing patrons for the annual
fund-raising even at the school,
the purpose of the display ot anti antiquities
quities antiquities is to let the Isthmian public
know of the wealth of material to
been seen at the museum itself.
Dr. Alenjandro Mendez, direc director
tor director of the museum, has assisted
the committee in choosing from
his large collection those objects
hich-wou d be oi most interest to
e students, their .nends and the

adult patrons.

i

As final evidence of the Impor
tance the U.S. Army Caribbean
School has earned as it enters its
ninth year of serving the defense
of the hemisphere is the increas
ingly larger enrollment ot students
in each new class.
This is the proof that the school's
motto of "All for One and One for
All is being accepted with com
mon goodwill and understanding
which is- making the Western
Hemisphere a tower of strength
through the facilities of the U S
Army Caribbean School.
Little League
Boys 14; Girls 6
Fourteen boys and only six girls
were born at Goreas Hospital dur
ing the week ending at midnight
Monday, according to tne regular
hospital report. During the same
period, 309 patients were admit admit-ed
ed admit-ed and 203 were discharged.
The names and addressed of the
parents of the boy babies follow:
Mr. and Mrs. G. F. Francis, of
Panama City; Mr. and Mrs. S. H.
Laremont, of Panama City, SFC
and Mrs. C. E. Doss, of France
AFB; Sp-3 and Mrs. C. R. Modlin,
of Diablo: Sat.' and Mrs. L. E
Crocker, of Diablo Terrace; Sp-3
and Mrs B. W. Johnston, of Pa
nama City; Sgt. and Mrs. E. K.
Moyer, of Curundu; Sp-3 and Mrs.
A.iW. Clarke, Sp-3 and Mrs. R.
Moody, of Panama City; S-Sgt.
and Mrs. C. C. O'Brien, of Locona;
PFC and Mrs. J. J. Lennon, of
Panama City; SFC and Mrs. L.
Sizar, of Fort Kobbe; SFC and
Mrs. HA. McRae, of Fort Kobbe;
Mr. and Mrs. 1. de D. Poveda, Jr.,
of Panama City; and Lt. and Mrs.
C.J. Stuart, Jr., of the I5h Nav Naval
al Naval District.
Girls were born to the following:
Mr. and Tlrs. A. J. Furstenberg Furstenberg-er,
er, Furstenberg-er, of Quito, Ecuador; Mr. and
Mrs. F. S. Mendez, of Cocoli; Dr.
and Mrs. Harold Mondragon, of
Ancon; Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Cun Cunningham,
ningham, Cunningham, of Panama City; Mr.
and Mrs. T. O. Gordon, pf Parai Parai-so;
so; Parai-so; and Mr. and Mrs. H. R. Hus Husband,
band, Husband, of Panama City.
Besides Indian costumes, there
will bo many primitive agricul agricultural
tural agricultural tools and implements to
give an idea of lift en the Isth Isthmus
mus Isthmus hundreds or thousands of
ytars ago.
Among the .active workers for
the museum exhibit are American
Artist Elva Fairchild and Pana Panamanian
manian Panamanian artist Diana Chiari. Pa Panamanian
namanian Panamanian anthropologist Rena To
rres di lanello is contributing tne
scientific aspects. Mrs. Marge
Smith of Curundu and Mrs. Ade
laide Eisenmann are assisting.
There will be no extra charge
for the museum show, which is
included in the fair's general ad admission
mission admission charge of a dime.
All exhibits wiU open Sunday at
6 p.m. at a gala ceremony with
President Ernesto de la Guardia
Jr., giving the fair sendoff.
On. Monday night, and every
night through the following Satur Saturday,
day, Saturday, Feb. 8, the fair will he opes
from 4 p.m. until 11 p.m.
General chairman for the whole
fair is Mrs. Elaine Novey Bennett,
arf Isthmian-born American whose
children are among the Javier stu students.
dents. students. The event is being sponsored by
the school's Parent Teacher As Association,
sociation, Association, or, as it is called in
Spanish, the "Association de Pa Padres
dres Padres de Familia."
Panama's Institute for Econo Economic
mic Economic Development (IFE) it one

Foreign Cars, Eager Dog Keep
CZ's Vehicle Inspectors Busy

The general condition of auto automobiles
mobiles automobiles licensed to operate in the
Canai Zone has improved over that
of the past two years, according
to vehicle inspectors at the Pana Panama
ma Panama Canal Company's Motor Tran Transportation
sportation Transportation Division.
Their findings art based on
tht first three weeks of the an annual
nual annual inspection of automobiles
and other motor vehicles which
run op Canal Zone highwiys.
By law, all such vehicles bear bearing
ing bearing Canal Zone license are requir required
ed required to undergo inspection each
year. Vehicles owned by civhans
are inspected at the Motor Tran Tran-sportztion
sportztion Tran-sportztion Division yards at An Ancon
con Ancon and Cristobal; vehicles own
ed by military personnel ara ins inspected
pected inspected by the military. Auogeih Auogeih-er,
er, Auogeih-er, there are about 10,000 private private-cars
cars private-cars bearing Canal Zone licenses.
Baccalaureate Rites
For Rainbow City,
Paraiso On Sunday
Baccalaureate services for the
members of the graduating class classes
es classes of the Rainbow City High School
and the Paraiso TIigh School wi 1
be held at 3 o'clock Sunday a'ter-
noon.
The services for the Rainbow
City High School graduates will be
held in the Rainbow City Gym Gymnasium
nasium Gymnasium while the services for the
graduates from Paraiso will be
held in the Paraiso Gymnasium.
TBe Rev. John Spalding, of the
Anglicjan Church of Rainbow City,
will give the baccalaureate ser sermon
mon sermon as well as the invocation and
the benediction at the services in
Rainbow City.
He will be introduced by O. B.
Shirley, Principal of the Rninbow
City Junior-Senior High School.
Music will be furnished by the
High School Chorus under 'he di direction
rection direction of R. T. Prescott, with
Miss Constance Blackman singing
a solo.
In Paraiso, the baccalaureate
sermon will be delivered by the
Very Bev. Mainert J. Peterson,
Dean; of St. Luke's Cathedral,
who will also pronounce the in invocation
vocation invocation and the benediction. t
Music for the services will be
furnished by the school chorus
under the direction of Miss B.
Waterman, and the school orches orchestra
tra orchestra under the direction of G. A.
Perez.
TESTIFIES Roy T. Hurley,
president and board chairman
of Curtis-Wright Corp., tells
trie- Senate Preparedness sub subcommittee
committee subcommittee in Washin g t o n
that the Air Force is still
buying airplane engines con considered
sidered considered obsolete by Russian
standards three years ago.
of tht larger entities cooptrat cooptrat-ihg
ihg cooptrat-ihg in putting on tht fair. Mort
than 30 Panamanian industries
will exhibit their products and
- many have donated objects for
salt.
Agricultural products- w!H be
outstanding.
Commerical and importing firms
in Panama have also made dona donations
tions donations of money and merchandise.
There will be booths for iron ironwork,
work, ironwork, coffee, furniture, milk pro products,
ducts, products, oil, footwear and other pro products.
ducts. products. Each night the entertainment
will accent a special theme.
Sunday will be Panamanian
night, with the Conjunto Cajar
giving a typical show, followed by
a pollera parade.
Monday will bt American
night with tht vicepresidtnt of
the American Socitty of Pana Panama
ma Panama rtcoiving tht key to the t t-vtnt.
vtnt. t-vtnt. A Hawaiian d net group,
a quadrillt and a rock 'n roll
-exhibition will bt put on by
groups from U. S. armed ser services
vices services and Canal Zont towns.
Tuesday will be the "Night of
China," followed by Lion's Club
Night when the Carnival queens
wil appear.
Thursday will be highlighted by
events stated by the toier -American
Women's Club.
Friday will be the diplomats'
night. The air will close on Sa Saturday
turday Saturday with a varied program.

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The inspection period is from
Jan. 1 through the end Of Februa February.
ry. February. After that date cars which
have not passed inspection will not
be permitted on the Canal Zone
streets and highways.
During the irst three weeks in
January, a total of 1,561 motor
vehicles-were inspectec at the two
Motor Transportation Divison sta stations,
tions, stations, where inspectors are on duty
from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., daily ex except
cept except Saturdays and Sundays.
In addition to, the comment on
the general candition of the cars
inspected, the inspector a so said:
Inspections are moving more ra rapidly
pidly rapidly this year than in the two
previous years, probably because
car owners are familiar with what
has to be checked and are making
vehicles are in good shape before
they bring them to the inspection
stations.
The condition of the window
glass on vehicles inspected to date
is much improved over that of
the previous years, probably for
the above reason.
There Is a notictable increase
in foreign-made cars lictnstd
in the Canal Zont this year.
As in past years, inspectors have
come up with a numW of inte interesting
resting interesting experiences which occur occur-ed
ed occur-ed in the inspection line.
There was the car owner, for
instanbe, who had with him a
huge dog of doubtful breed but
riendly disposition. The car in
which he was riding was in sa satisfactory
tisfactory satisfactory condition and was pas passed
sed passed promptly. No sooner, however,
had the inspector fixed the safety
inspection sticker to the windshield
than the big dog decided to help.
In a matter ot seconds he had
it all licked off.
Then there was the car owner
who swung into the safety inspec inspections
tions inspections lane at Cristobal, lull of con confidence
fidence confidence that his car would pass
inspection. The inspector, however,
found that the stop lights were not
working.
Tht owner, declaring that ht
had just fixtd thorn himself, got
out to verify tht insptc'tor' find findings,
ings, findings, slamming tht car shut be behind
hind behind him.
There was a loud tinkle of glass
and all that was left was jagged
ed$e around the car door. Just
then one of the rear tires went
Hat. Tn disgust, the owner got
back into the car to drive it out
of the lane. The motor wouldn't
start. He changed the tire and

was pushed on his way. He hasn't
Deen neara irom since.
Canroanella Slays
On Critical List,
But Said Moved
GLEN COVE, N. Y:, Jan. Si
(UP) Roy Campanella showed
continued improvement today in
his battle to shake off the para paralysis
lysis paralysis that set in after he suffer suffered
ed suffered a broken neck in last Tues Tuesday's
day's Tuesday's automdvile accident.
"The patient spent a better day
(Thursday) than Wednesday," the
latest bulletin from Glen Cove
Coriimunity Hospital said. "His
temperature elevated which is
expected, but there is furtner im improvement
provement improvement in feeling which is now
present over the abdomen. Para Paralysis
lysis Paralysis in his leg is unchanged."
A now report wag scheduled to
ne issued )ater today.
Harry iifford, the hospital ad administrator,
ministrator, administrator, pointed out that Cam Campanella
panella Campanella is improving aster than
originally expected but that he
remains on the critical list Gil Gilford
ford Gilford said the Los Angeles Dodgers
three-time National- League most
valuable player "has beea a good
patient."
Ruth Campanella. Rov's wifp
visited his bedside yesterday and
reported, "He looks much morel
cheerful and hise vn te inn ntot
cheerful and hise ven telin iokes
Dave, Roy's i6-year-o'd 3on, Walt Walter
er Walter O'Malley, president of the
Dodgers, and Dr. Herbert Fett,
the family physician were other
visitors.
Sfeehnen Believe
Their Indiwlrv's
Recession Is Over
NEW YORK, Jan. 31 (UP)-The
heads of the nation's two largest
steel companies agree that the
recession in their industry has
run its course.
Neither Roger M. Blough, chair chairman
man chairman of U. S. Steel Corp., nor Ar Arthur
thur Arthur B. Homer, president of
Bethlehem Steel Corp. Iook for
any pronounced upturn just yet.
But they say the decline has
turned into a leveling of and that
operations in some areas are
starting to pick up gradually.
Both companies reported record
sales and earnings in 1957 josmtc
drops in the fourth quarter.
Bloifgh, after reporting the fi financial
nancial financial situation of the nation's
larges steelmaker, told a news
con.erence Tuesday U. S. Steel's
January business has improved.
He said both his company and
the industry in general are cur
rently operating at 56 per cent of
capacity and "My guess is that
it (the operating rate) will stay in
that vicinity in the first 'quarter."
Thereafter, he said, "it is not
unreasonable" to expect a steady
upturn. "Things have a way of
rounding out and gradually com coming
ing coming back. We are somewhere in
that saucer shape."

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ARRIVING TODAY: Highly rate'd Spanish bullfight Gaye Gaye-tano
tano Gaye-tano Ordonez was expected to arrive at Tocunien airport
sometime today. He is shown here after being awarded both
ears following a brilliant performance in sevilla, tjotin, re recently.
cently. recently. Ordonez win put two pure-bred Mexican lighting bulls
to death Sunday afternoon in the bullfight season's ojjener.at
La Macarena bullring Jn San Francisco de la Caleta.

Visiting Lion
Member Of
Edward G. Barry, international
president o the International As Association
sociation Association of Lions.; Clubs, who is
making his annual official visit to
Latin American Lions Clubs in
Mexico .and Central America, ar arrived
rived arrived yesterday at Tocumen for
a two-day visit to the Canal Zone
and Panama.
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Received, at the airport by Lion
Gov. Teodoro A. Arias and his
Staff, in company with various
British Clergyman
Regrets Saying
Airmen Should Go
HALIFAX, England, Jan. 31,
(UP) The venerable archdea
con Eric Tracy apologized today
for saying that American airmen
flying H-bom'is over Britain
should "get to hell out of here'
"I'm sorry," he -said. He added
that his remark in the course of
en appearance as a panel mem member
ber member answering the question
"should Britain renounce H-bomb
tests" was "ungracious."
' The outspoken cleric today is issued
sued issued a written apology and said
"I regretted the words the mo
ment I had uttered them".
"One of the dangers of appear appearing
ing appearing in these panels is that on? has
to answer off the cuff", he said.
OT tu 1 1
thev were harsh and unkind Thev
i icuici uiuae wuina ueuauatr.
are cdure, especially
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coming
i
from a clergyman".
Archdeacon Tracy .aid what he
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icauy was u ylug iu say wucn lie
told Americans to go to hell wasi : 1 ...
that there is "a real danger" of j Tj,F birniDC uiufvl
this country becoming an advance (I ,nc "ICI UKt nrvMLY I
airfield for American nacl'ear," AISED AND APPLAUD APPLAUD-bombers.
bombers. APPLAUD-bombers. er minm n-c runu I

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bomb on principle, as an exam-J?
pie to; the world, it wili obviusly

mean the withdrawal of Ameri American
can American bombers and crews'1, he said.
"That was what I was trying to
say, and the language 1 used
was a very oaa way ot saving
it."
5 Die In Crash
Of Private Plane
In West Virginia
CHARLESTON, W. Va. Jan. 31
(UP) The wreckage of a two two-engine
engine two-engine private plane missing
since Tuesday was ftwmd today in
a remote mountain section near
Welch, W. Va. along the Virginia-,
West Virginia border. All five oc occupants
cupants occupants were dead.
The plane, en route from St.
Petersburg, Fla., to Charleston
became lost in a fog and vreshed
intp the side of a mountain.
Killed In the crash were Berma
L. Michie, 72, Charleston; her
son 'Beverly L,. Michie, 46, Clear
water, Fla.; Mrs. Lewis Pueketti
a nurse caring for "Mrs. Michta;
Thomas Sternad the pilot and
Robert Phillips the co pilot. The
nilots and the nurss were "e-
ltevet nave been residents of
Clearwater.
'the plane was owned hy Dixie
Airwayi, St. Petersburg.

Makes Potter
Balboa Club

othea officials and members ol
the Panama and Balboa Lions
Clubs, Mr. and Mrs. Barry's sche schedule
dule schedule for yesterday and today will
close with an informal dinner at
the Union Club given by the hoard
of directors of the Panama and
Ba'boa Lions Clubs.
The schedule yesterday include
visits by both PreslterBarry and
Mrs. Barry to various projects of
the Panama Lions, such as the
Colonies Infantiles on the trans
highway, where some 350 children
are annually given five weeks of
camp training, the children's Hos Hospital,
pital, Hospital, erected by the Panaina Lions
at a cost of over $509,000; the
.Lions School for the Blind in Pa Panama
nama Panama City and the School for
Deaf Mutest sponsored and sup supported
ported supported by the Panama Uons Club.
Last night at the Union Club,
Mr. and Mfs. Berry were leteo by
the members of the Panama end
Balboa Lions Cubs at a bu'fet.
The Barry's program for today
includes a courtesy visit to Presid President
ent President Ernesto de la Guardia, Canal
Zone Gov. Wihiam E. Potter, lun luncheon
cheon luncheon at the Ft. Amador Army
and Navy Club given by Arias,
a cocktail party at the Hotel Ti Ti-yoli
yoli Ti-yoli patio given by the Balboa
Lions Club, and a dinner at the
Union Club.
The Barrys will depart form To To-cumen
cumen To-cumen at 3:45 a.m. tomorrow mo
ing.
Last night Barry also-presented
Gov. Potter a certi icafte making
him an honorary member of the
Ba boa Lions Clubs and 'Lion In International.
ternational. International. The citation to Potter1 was for
ws, ,urstanding service to ths
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partlculari hla untying effopt$ u
improve and strenpthon th in.
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