The Panama American

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Title:
The Panama American
Portion of title:
Weekend American
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Newspaper
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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
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Oct. 7, 1925-
General Note:
On Saturday published as: Weekend American, Dec. 10, 1966-May 5, 1973.

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34th YEAR .:'-.. "' PANAMA B. F.. SATURDAY. JANUARY 19, 1959 TtfM Ctittt
Tbdflsapk Trdk T Arid Forces Daw

By ADM. CONCHITA GRATES,
uatun
Armed Forces Day means to
me the development of Amer America
ica America toward peace, freedom, and
being united against the war
elouds that threaten our coun country.
try. country.
Single Wage

Army Secretary Signs

Secretary of the Amy Wilber M; Brucker today sign signed
ed signed regulations establishing a Canal Zone Merit System to
govern civilian employment by U.S. governmeniyagencies
in' the Canal Zone and providing for a single wage scale
for suck employment. v y.
" x The Canal Zone Merit System goes irtto effect Jan. 1 9.
The announcement of tpday's signing of the regular
tion was made by the Department of the Army for Brucker.

These regulations, made pos possible
sible possible by Public Law 85-550 en-
' acted by the last Congress and
Executive Order 10794 issued by
President Eisenhower ht Decem December
ber December create a new arrangement
for personnel teianagement de designed
signed designed to meet the needs of the
Canal Zon eand-to reflect, faith faithfully
fully faithfully the -agreements reached
In -3655 with, the Repumic ot
Panama; in a memorandum.: of
.-understanding i- .: r.
rr. ran-il Zone Me;it Sys
m nrnvides for full equality
of opportunity to all, whether
they are citizens of Panama or
Citizens of tne. unuea
fiklll'-and'cKr''"fT',fthe-jin
dividual goveru hi selectlofflor
position in the oanai zioue.
Adoption f tee new. systeitt
'of like pay for, like work re-
Display By Two
Isthmians On View
MCA
Two interesting displays ar arranged
ranged arranged by Isthmian residents
have set op in the Civil Affairs
building in Ancon by the Canal
Zone library. ;
Onedisplay, located to .the
main brary, is am archeohgical
u;vu mataA anA lent to tne Li
brary Mn. H. Morgan Smith. The-
exhibit mcwaet.-pwwra Ji"Zl
and actual Panamanian artifacts
such-as stone ''tJJ"rt?2
bowls, celt s, arrowheads, and
bTOe 'library has wpplemented
the exhibit with a collecbon of
books on archeology -which may
be bwowed. ;roTn he Library
The second exhibit-located in
the lobby of the Civil Affairs build building,
ing, building, is a collection of reproductions
of the works of Vincent Van Gogh
which was lent toAe Library and
-arranged by Miss Olive Brooks.
The-prints fill the, two museum
eases nearest Ifce entrance to the
building and represeJft Van Gogh s
: work ; from his early peasant pe period
riod period to the last dayashoray before
his death.
Books on Van Gogn jmay be se selected
lected selected by the library's, patrons
from a special collection display displayed
ed displayed in the library.
Both exhibits may be seen at the
library-museum until the first
week fat February. f.(
'...litii.n;, mi' mi,i. in.li ;. 'i
Soviet Electronic
Warfare Polcnlial
Seen On The Rise
COPENHAGEN, Jan. Iff UPI)
The Soviet Navy prepared for
an all-out electronic war of air airwaves
waves airwaves aimed at jamming Tadi6
and radar frequencies ef Western
. navies; Western armaments ex experts
perts experts "Id today. '
The experts, commenting on
Washington reports, that U S. in intelligence
telligence intelligence agents in Berlin spotted
a Soviet radar and radio Jamming
network around Berlin, possibly de designed
signed designed for electronic Operations a
gainst Western airlanes, said Sov
let electronic warfare preparations
also included the navy.
' They said thhe Red fleet was; in increasingly
creasingly increasingly ; building up its elector elector-nic
nic elector-nic arf are potential
Not- only Soviet ; warships, but
an increasing number of Soviet
commercial vessels are being e e-quipped
quipped e-quipped with jamming installations
; the -sources aid.j? ,fi; ;
The installations 'were observed
when the Soviet ships were pass
ing the- strategic Danish Straits
between the Baltic and the North
Set.

VICTORIOUS COMMUNIQUES which won oneJay, five-star rank

By Amy GEN. "LOUIS FRENCH,
COCO solo
Annea Forces Day is to me
and every true American a me
mortal to our past, a reminder
of our present, a guarantee of
our future.
Regulations
quires establishment of a
schedule of base wage rates
to apply to all employes, re regardless
gardless regardless of their citizenship.
Brucker said: ,'Each employe
may feel confident that he will
be treated with fairness and
equity. I am certain, that with
our efforts directed' to this com common
mon common purpose and with the, at atmosphere
mosphere atmosphere of good will and muJ
tual- .understanding which char
acterizes the relationship be between
tween between the Republic of Panama
and- the-. United States, there
can be no question of 4,he suc success
cess success of, this undertaking.'
- Present "a Ig'slgnz. at, the
Fentason'were assistant Secre
tary; of the; Armjfc for financial
management, George h. Boae Boae-rick
rick Boae-rick and Merrill Whitman, see-
mary, .Panama canal uompa
Mounds for paper work are
kept constantly moving by this
special team of the Panama Ca
nal Company Personnel Bureau
preparatory to establishing the
new uniform, wage scale for the
uanai organization.
Establishment of the uni uniform'
form' uniform' wage scale will mean
wage increases of varying a a-omount
omount a-omount for 2700 Panamanian
and about 170 United States
citizen employes in the Canal
organization. ' ; .
In all more than 40.000 Indi
vidual personnel actions a
lot of paper work will be re required
quired required before the uniform wage
scale and extension Of Civil
Service benefits to Panamanian"
citizens are fully implemented.
Demos Hot Ready
To Give Eisenhower
A Balanced Budget
WASlnNGTON. Jan. 10 (UPI)-
Democrats in control of the 86th
Congress' were ready today to
give President-Eisenhower more
than his gtate-of-the-union mes
sage asked for-but not a balanc balanced
ed balanced budget..
Their legislative list was head
ed by a multi-billion dollar hous
ing bill, which the President did
not request, and incited action
on a labor reform measure which
Eisenhower wants. But many of
the administration objectives re
mained to be set forth, and con
gressional leaders awaited their
presentation before commenting.
On the economy issue and Ei Eisenhower's
senhower's Eisenhower's challenge that Con
gress keep within his 77 billion dol
lar balanced budget, Democratic
chiefs were bluntly pessimistic.
House speaker Sam Raybura said
a balanced budget was "doubt
ful." Senate majority leader Lyn Lyndon
don Lyndon B. Johnson, a fellow Texan,
said Congress would try to "ba
lance the books' of our public
trust" as well as the nation's fis fiscal
cal fiscal books.
4fh Supercarrier
Launchdd By Navy
NEW 'YORK. Jan. 10 (UPI)
The U.S.S.Independence, a 60,000-
ton supercarrier; will be commis commissioned
sioned commissioned this afternoon at the Brook
lyn Navy iYard. ;The 190-million-dollar
aircraft carrier is the
fourth of the forrestal class war warships.
ships. warships. !"':v:r:. is is-The
The is-The ? carrier, tall a 2S-story
buildings, is scheduled to begin
a shakedown cruise 'to Guanta Guanta-msno
msno Guanta-msno Bay. Cuba, in three months.
At full-strenth. She will have1 a
complement of 3,500 officers and
enlisted men end 140 aircraft' .in-
(eluding supersonic jets capable of
(carrying nuclear DomDi.

Let the people

By ADM. ROBERT McGRATH
Panama City
Armed Forces Day shows us
the readiness and strength of
the Army, Navy and Air Force
in maintaining peace for all
free nations

RED CARPET vTREATMENlMyiraiera of the ; Armed Forces Day essay ontest, sponsored by the Panama Canal Department,
Veterans of Foreign Wars were giveathe red icarpet treatment, with their busy schedule while servinct as honorary Admirals
and- General ibr a JDay to, connection wtth the- Canal Zane't.'A'fmed Forces Day. Each candidate was presented his "five stars"
end a certificate showing his achievement; b )Ll,,Gen.:Rideglv 3aither, commander in chief, Caribbean Command. Left to right
are:. Air Force Generals Gail Gibson, St Mary's School and Mijhael LaBeau, Balboa Junior High School: Army General Sande
Schmitt, Balboa -Junior High School: Gaither; Army General Liwis French, Cristobal Junior High School and Navy Admirals
Conchlta Graves, Cristobal junior High School and Robert M:Gr a th, Balboa Junior High School.

rglar

In Pen
For 12 Years
A cat-burglar who was re
leased from seven year term in
Gamboa Penitentiary last May
is back there agai ntoday this
time for 12 years.
He is Steve Augustus Williams,
26, a -lightfooted Panamanian
burglar who specializes in night.
timebreak-ins and loots from
people's bedsides while they
asleep.
Yesterday Williams faced
Judge Guthrie F. Crowe, in the
U.S. District Court at Ancon on
three burglary charges and1 one
charge of .returning to the Ca
nal zone after deportation.
On each of two charges of
burglary he was sentenced to
live years,.the other carried two
years.' He got a suspended sen
tence or two years on tne re
turning charge.
The burglaries were commit
ted during December and the
government's case rested on
fingerprints in two of the cases.
In the third case, a nalm nrint
establish his guilt and further
more when he was arrested he
was wearing a shirt stolen from
the last house. Two houses were
In Balboa and one at Cable
Heights were the victims of Wll-
liamss looting.
In one raid he was scared
away without taking anything
and from the other two houses
he stole property worth $90.
, Williams gained a doubtful
notoriety In 1951 when he com committed
mitted committed a series of thefts from
the guest rooms at the Hotel
Tivoll. It was for this series of
thefts that he received -the
sentence from which he was re released
leased released last May.
Ancon and the Law
' A burglar who was surprised
by a young1 girl when he broke
into an Ancon house, and was
caught by police alerted by a
call from the girl, was sentenced
to "ft year's imprisonment by
Judge Guthrie f. Crowe In VM,
District Court at Ancon yesterday;'-'"
'V!7- '.'
The man is Joseph Marshall,
Jr., 30, Panamanian, -

Back

know the truth and the

By Air Force GEN. GAIL
GIBSON Albreok
Our Armed Forces are our
heritage, defending -us in war,
protecting In peace, constantly
promoting worldwide friendship
in accordance with God's com commandment
mandment commandment "Love thy neighbor."

Strange Flaming Object Reported
Over Isthmus By Many Observers

on the Isthmus about whether
a strange flaming object seen in
the night sky on Thursday oi
this week was a natural comet
or shooting star or whether
it could have been a returning
man-made satellite.
.Reports have come from many
people who saw the object. It
is generally agreed .that it was
travelling from SE to NW but
there seems to be some dis disagreement
agreement disagreement as to whether it had
a downward trajectory or not.
Some observers said it dlslnte dlslnte-grated
grated dlslnte-grated and others say it merely
disappeared.
It only took a few seconds to
Three PC Officials
Going Stateside
On Canal Business
Three Panama Canal officials
will spend the next two weeks
in the United States in connec connection
tion connection with large-scale construc construction
tion construction and procurement items.
Heading the group will be Lt.
Col. Robert D. Brown. Jr., en engineering
gineering engineering and construction di' di'-rector,
rector, di'-rector, who is leaving Sunday
for St. Louis. He will be Joined
there by Joseph M.. Cooke, de designing
signing designing engineer, for conferences
with Sverdrup it Parcel, Inc.,
design contractors for the high high-level
level high-level bridge.
They will hold a series of con conferences
ferences conferences with the contracting
Lfihn personnel on design and
speculations ior ine swucmre
and superstructure of the bridge
now In course of preparation.
After leaving St. Louis they
will go to east coast and met
Capt. Geoffrey Thompson, chief
of the Industrial Division, for
consultations with firms in Phi Philadelphia,
ladelphia, Philadelphia, Washington, and New
York on the purchase of new
tug and the procurement of
other materials ana equipment.
Thompson is leaving next week.
During the absence of the
three officials, EM. Browder,
Jr. will act as engineering and
construction director and con contracting
tracting contracting off Jeer;. Meyer Slotkin
will be acting designing engine engineer;
er; engineer; and Andrew Whitlonk will
act as chief of the Industrial
Division' v

country is safe" Abraham Lincoln.

for the writers.
By Army GEN. SANDE
SCHMITT Panama City
Armed Forces Day to me
means a show of our military
potential. This military shield
is our assurance of the con continuance
tinuance continuance of our many freedoms.
cross the sky and was silver in
color.
But no sputkniks have been
Sromlsed Isthmian star gazers
y the men in charge of the
Canal Zone Observatory at
Miraflores although there will
be several interesting stars
visible during the next few
months when the dry season
skies are clear.
The observatory will open a a-gain
gain a-gain for the dry season Tuesday
night January 13 and will be
open two nights a week until
the rains come in May. The
opening nights will be Tuesday
and Sunday from 7 to 9 p.m.
with J.W. Seaqulst, Balboa High
School Science teacher and B.
J. Brown, of the Engineering Di Division,
vision, Division, in attendance.
Some of the highlights of
early night sky at this time
of the year will be the spiral
nebula and Andromeda, a
cluster of stars nearly 1,000, 1,000,-000
000 1,000,-000 light years away, the pla planets
nets planets Venus, and Mrs., which
are now high in the sky.
Lectures on the various stars
W. German Govt.
Rules Striptease
'Not True Art
NUERNBERG, Germany (UPIV
Strip-teasing is not "true art."
a West German government
agency ruled yesterday in strip strip-ping
ping strip-ping the strippers of the .right sto
seek employment in Germany
through artist agencies.
The Federal Labor Exchange
and Unemployment Insurance Of
fice warned West German artists
agencies they would be violatine
the law if they handled employ employment
ment employment for what the office called
"beauty dancers."
.Beauty dancers," the office
said in a circular "are not
artists." v
The circular defined "beauty
dancers," as anyone whose "acta
are strip-tease exhibitions, disrob disrobing,
ing, disrobing, scenes, modelling of ladies'
underwear in public, exhibitions of
their bodies and other non-artistic
performances."

-'a tew;::,

By Air Force GEN. MIKE
LaBEATJ Albrpok
The Armed Forces is the
weapon of defense of our coun country
try country which upholds the rights,
the peace and the freedom of

the people of America.
and constellations visible will be
given by Seaqulst and Brown,
Brown.
The observatory. noDular with
adults and children alike during
ary season, is operated un under
der under the auspices of the Canal
one Division or schools.
U.S. Court Orders
Desegregation
Of Atlanta Buses
ATLANTA, Jan. 10 (UPI) Ne Negro
gro Negro leaders late yesterday called
a mass meeting for Tuesday to
give "further instructions' in the
face of a federal court bus dese
gregation order.
Earlier in the day U.S. District
Judge Frank A. Hooper ruled in
fatfor of a group of Negrees that
segregated seating on Atlanta's
buses and trolleys was illegal.
Hooper refrained from issuing
an injunction apainst the city, but
promised the plaintiffs "Quick and
adequate recourse to the couflr if
anything-in the future should hap
pen to change the so-far peace peaceful
ful peaceful situation.
After the court session a meet meeting
ing meeting of the Negro Love, Law and
Liberation movement, which had
pushed the cafe, was called at the
Wheat Slreet Baptist Church. Late
in the day the group 'ssued a
statement which said the decision
',' means that we, as individuals
will ride the buses un-segregated."
The Ftatement advised Atlanta
Neeroes to "await our instructions
before taking any individual steps.
Mission Priests
Were Kept Busy
With Marriages
More than 5000 church mar
riages were held In Panama City
alone during the recent Catho Catholic
lic Catholic emission, Panama church
sources disclosed yesterday.
According to the same sources
not less than 20,000 such mar
riages were performed through throughout
out throughout the republic by the mission
, The marriages were perform
ed by the visiting priests' free
of charge to all persons who re requested
quested requested to be married In the
church.

Big Show

Jets, Atom Bombs;

Ice Cream Cones

A fiesta atmosohere marked the Armed Fnrrec Dnv

celebrations and displays on both sides of the Isthmus
today. v
Many thousands of people, from the Republic, of
Panama and the Canal Zone swarmed through the gate
of Fort Davis on the Atlantic side and Albrook Field oi,
the Pacific for the big show of the year.

Children watched the spectacle of America s milU
tary miqht from behind larae ice cream rone nnA ndnlf

sat back and enjoyed such diversions as howling jets and

na simuiarea atomic bombs.
About 11.000 Atlantic-siders watched fhe review fit

Fort Dayis this morning. The

srarrea aizo ciock this afternoon.
At least 4000 oeoole had flocked throuak the nntee

of Albrook Air Force Base bv
after the gates were opened

rs were crowaea wirn people looking at exhibits covering
every phase of the work of the Armed Forces.

Down the side of the airfield!
were larger exhibits. Prominent
was tne Nike and other ground-
to-air guided missiles.
During the late momuur.i and
earlyUrn:1teW streirf
of people from .'Panamas, City
walked to Albrook; It was al almost
most almost a solid line of walkers
stretching along the whole
route.
At the Atlantic Side Review
music was played bv a joint
Army-Air Force band. Col. Cecil
Himes, Army Atlantic Area
commander reviewed the troops
and gave a welcoming address.
The demonstrations started
with prima cord explosions,
thermite grenades, white phos
phorous hand and rifle gre grenades
nades grenades and other chemical dis displays
plays displays climaxed by a simulated
atomic bomb burst.
The air show began with a
demonstration by H-23 heli heli-capters.
capters. heli-capters. L-19's and L-20's drop dropped
ped dropped supplies by parachute.
After this the Minute Men
jet precision team swooped
out of the skies and held the
audience spellbound with
their maneuvers.
They gave a dazzling dis display,
play, display, marking patterns in the
sky as they demonstrated the
diamond roll, change over
loop, corkscrew, eight-point
roll, five-ship loop and five five-Ship
Ship five-Ship roll.
Children swarmed over the
static exhibits, climbing into
planes and helicopters and ex examining
amining examining the big guns at close
quarters.
Among the exhibits that in intrigued
trigued intrigued them most were a mor mortar
tar mortar firing range where they
could actually shoot plastic
darts at targets and a finger
printing exhibit where they
could be fingerprinted and car carry
ry carry away their completed cards.
Members of the Armed Forces
fulfilled their duties as hosts by
answering Innumerable ques questions
tions questions with tact and patience.
Post facilities were open to
public inspection and civilians
gained a glimpse of the recrea recreational
tional recreational side of military life by
visiting the service club, swim
ming pools, gymnasium ana
bowling alleys.
At Albrook at 2 pm an air airlanding
landing airlanding was scheduled With
H-13H helicopters making a
reconnaissance, Pathfin d e r s
arriving in a H-19 helicopter,
wire laying and medical eva evacuation
cuation evacuation enacted. Troops were
to be landed by two troop car carriers,
riers, carriers, the planes which
brought the missiles Nike Nike-AJax,
AJax, Nike-AJax, Nike Hercules and the
Hawk from Redstone Arsenal.
These missiles were number
one priority with the audience,
many of whom had come to
the Open House especially to
see these new weapons.
Planned for 3 pm was the jet
precision demonstration by the
Minute Men, the show teams
of the Air Force National Guard.
Winners of the Armed
Forces Day essay contest;
sponsored by the Panama Ca Canal
nal Canal Department, Veterans of
Foreign Wars, were given "red
carpet treatment" yesterday j
while serving as honorary Ad Admirals
mirals Admirals and Generals for a
Day..
Representing Balboa Junior
High School were "Air Force
general" Michael LeBeau, son

Stars

review on the Pacific side 1
middav rodav tin knur
to the general publfc. Hang-.
of TSgt. and Mrs. Richard 3.
L&Beau of Albrook and "Army'-,
general" Sande Schmitt, dauth dauth-ter
ter dauth-ter of Mr. and Mra; William G,"
schmitt of Panama. xaty.
winners
were;. 'ilavy Admiral Conchlta
Graves, J daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. John M. Graves of Gatun
and "Army general" Lewis,
French, son of Mr. And: Mrs Ar Arthur
thur Arthur French of Coed Solo. :Alr
Force general" Galls' Gibson.-;
daughter of Maj. and Mrs. Bruc(
A. Gibson of Albrook and-Navy; f
admiral" Robert McGrath, eon.
of Mr. and Mrs. Robert R. Mc McGrath
Grath McGrath of Panama City, rejire rejire-sented
sented rejire-sented St, Maryq's School. ?v
la. '; tV" .,
Their VIP tour started at
the Balboa Railroad Station,
where Atlantic and Pacific'
side winners met VFW reprei
sentatives. From that point
they were given a police escort
to Quarry Heights, where they
called on Lt. Gen. Ridgely
Gaither, commander In chief,
Caribbean Command. Gaither
presented each candidate
with his "five stars" and a
certificate showing bis a
enlevement.
The convoy then walled' its
way to the Canal Zone Admin
istration Building. The: group
was met by Maj. Harvey, C.
Jones, military assistant to-the
governor, and Miss Mary Mc Mc-Guire,
Guire, Mc-Guire, the governor's secretary.
Following the formal recep-
tion, the "generals and adml
rals" were introduced to Canal
Zone Gov. W. E. Potter. wha
talked with the youngsters on
the importance of the Canal
and the honor of being select
ed for "five star rank.'' ,
Next stop was at Fort Ama
dor Officers' Open Mess, .for a
coffee break arranged by US.
Army Caribbean. The boyV'tHd
girls were asked how they liked
being VTP's for the day. All
greed that it was wonderful.
The contest winners Journey
ed to Headquarters, U.S. Army
Caribbean, to meet Maj. Gen.
Charles L. Dasher, command
ing general, who congratulated
them on winning the essay con
test. Then, behind their escort,
the group traveled to the 15tli
Naval District for an Introduce
tion to its commandant; Reat
Admiral George Wales.
Returning to their waltln?
cars, tne youngsters headed for
Headquarters, Caribbean Ait
Command, at Albrook.-
Col. Edward T. Imparato wel welcomed
comed welcomed them at the Air Com-.

mand and explained something f
of the Air Force mission., I

City. At the Limits, represen representatives
tatives representatives of the Panama Na'
HAM 1 l.,nJ j.nlp a a

corts foe the trip to the Preset I
idencla. '.:. 1
Panama's President Ernes-'
to de la Guardla Jr., greeted I
. ... .... i iv. vnT

and honored each winner by
signing his certificate ef mr-
it. ,.,nwr,
The youngsters were accom accompanied
panied accompanied by members, of -. their
lamllles for the day's, tour;. VFW
project officer was George
Love, and VFW escorts include

ed Robert fcfcClaln, Fellpl Cazo-""
bon, Donald L. Hughes and Mrs 0'
Ola Furman ytoa nantuatci -A.
the auxiliary

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V VEHICLE INSPECTION
;jrom the length of the line of vehicles waiting at the end
Of-Ws week for the Republic of Panama "Revisado" inspection,
' iQJbks as though the government will have to further extend
tESZtime limit for obtaining the 1959 sticker.
As one of those easy-going, lax individuals who always waits
uatil the last moment or possibly later to attend to these tedi-
ous chores, I can only implore on behalf of my thousands of
Ww-minded brethren in Panama City, that the government ex ex-tgjfa
tgjfa ex-tgjfa the time limit until the line of vehicles is small enough to
get to the front in at most, half a day.
At the mid-year inspection last year, much the same thing
Kippened. It took about two days of solid waiting to get to the
Iront of the line.
'"tfow this is a ridiculous state of affairs. Who can wait a
couple of days when they have a wage to earn, nungry mouths
to feed and all that? And then because you are not waiting in
this ridiculous line which snakes crazily around the city, but
driving your car like a reasonable citizen and waiting until the
line gets smaller, you are liable to get a ticket and a $5 fine.
I read some weeks ago that the Panamanian government

estimated that it would cost them $40,000 or some sum ngure
If the period of inspection was extended over a month after
Tan.-1.
Seems to me it will have to be extended at least this long
by the number of cars and buses still carrying 1958 plates.
Why, therefore, does the government not spend an extra
40,0OO or whatever it costs, and build a second or possibly a
third testing unit and then the operation would be smoother
and quicker and cheaper.
Easy Going

RULES REVISION
A certain Atlantic-side supervisor has taken it upon himself
-to try revising the rules and regulations of the Panama Canal.
He says anyone found gambling eithnr during or outside work working
ing working hours will be terminated. Then he goes on to say that no
taatter whether you are gambling yourself, if you are in the
. area where gambling is taking place you and the entire gang
will be terminated.
Under customary procedures leave time can be accumulated
80 an employe can obtain a day or two off should he wish. Not
raoth this gentleman. You have to give at least 72 hours no-
iIm 4 nravtf a a i nff oH If vnn l-i a vp tn take a mpmher

'of your family to the doctor, this gentleman insists you have
to bring a certificate to this effect from the doctor.
I realize some workers abuse their privileges, but why should
the rest of us be Inconvenienced because of their foolishness?
Disgusted

SAN ANTONIO BUGLE

I Sir:

' The Tat Stock Show opens here at the Coliseum first week
fin February and I look for some of the people from the Cross Crossroads
roads Crossroads up this way. See how a rancher 80 years ago bought a
'sacred cow from a stranded circus and built the stock up from
'a trim-little heifer to a ton of beef on the hoof, and the San
. Gertrudis is a good milcher too the pride of Texas for both
beef and milk.
It's beginning to warm up and the trees will soon be put putting
ting putting On leaves. My eyes are feeling better and I hope will get
so I can read what I write. Had a call from the Ladies of the
i Blind this morning wanting to know if they could helpme out out-iThey
iThey out-iThey iound me from the husband of one who sells us brooms.
' Will be glad when it gets warm enough to sit outside. Can

ee wen across tne street witn
PHOTO
;6ir:
I' .pealcing of pictures, some

, -that 'are forever appearing in The Panama American are reai
' 'gem' of Imagination. What school did the photographers go to
i Miss Mary's Kindergarten for Budding Shutterbugs?
f It takes real talent to stand a big, big man in front of a
ipicture of his hero, shove a piece of paper in one hand and the
taw of a conscientious employe in the other. Then, as both
,gaze fondly into the lens, the bulb goes off and the gory re re-isults'are
isults'are re-isults'are in The Panama American the next day.
Jnd somewhere between the lens and the newsprint, the
picture gets even worse. Sometimes, but not often enough, the
(charming ladies appear with no faces, or nasty black smudges
- 2mar the white-suited Governor Potter.
I Since most of these dull pictures come out with military
Scredits, it seems that the suggestions for using the old brain a
little should go to the uniformed photographers. Their muscles
Apparently are strong enough to hold the camera, but their
brains aren't developed enough to manage an interesting pic picture.
ture. picture. I realize it's no easy job to make a high-ranking officer,
"ortfch-peon, look interesting, but a little variety would be nice.
HiLba at,. I. i Unmnnr rtrA n -I alfl i rr o rniin U("itt oKmir Q lit..

iifi r sa.it iiiia til ii uiiiaiia w aiiui
Tie human interest?

STATISTICS

' Sir:
It was interesting to note "More Dlsgusted's" statistics (Mail
,. B61. Jan. 8) on Negro pregnancies, abortions and so forth or

' were1 abortions mentioned? What's he afraid of?
Incidentally, would It be possible to have the statistics pub
llshed on pregnancies and the abortions therefrom for the Ca-
tal 7nti fnr hlarlrs inrf uhir.PK'? Tsn'r it aln n shnmp that such

. aitufttton exists In Washington

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OUC LO me Slum cuiiumuii, ur miuuiu 1 say gucvius uiai, caioi.
there?
Panama Is a predominantly colored nation. The Canal Zone
, Is in the territory of Panama. If "More Disgusted" dislikes col colored
ored colored people, let him go home.

PANAMA
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Labor News

And
Comments
By VICTOR RIESEL
On runways across the land,
gruuiiut (Jiuues die eviueuce uiai
a vast multi-million uollar civilian
was nas started. Betore il is u u-vei,
vei, u-vei, oouieume m iou, hunaieus
ox inmions oi uoiiarn in pioi.ig and
many a union treasury wui be
Tbe airlina strikes which have
mie Uie uusinai atmusp.iere so
turjuleni are just skirmisnes in -the
i.nai s. owuown oeiween American
business and American labor
a showuown wmcn ha. been, 14
years coming. After this 'we will
oe out ol ne post-war years.
There are at least 10 major
industries in which the biggest
companies, the leadership corpor corporations,
ations, corporations, nave been consulting for
some two years now. Thev decided
that this was the "wage round"
in which they'd fight it out. The
commercial airline iield is but one
of these. It was not the first,
though the airlines were the most
dramatic of companies.
What craniutizeu Ueir struggle
with the jet jittery unions was not
the romauc wiiu olue yonder dusi
ness oi uauy iiait, uui tne Wi
that the compan.es uanueci togelii togelii-er
er togelii-er and agieea to maKe up tne
losses any one the six major lines
suilered in a striKe. By Uus ijne
they've paid a total ol over $2,wjj, $2,wjj,-000
000 $2,wjj,-000 to biicn outtits as Capital and
Transwcrld Airlines waen they
were sinkebound.
The lines now aloft will be pay paying
ing paying hunureua oi uiousancs. mayoe
millions of dollars more, to tne
earthbounu Eastern Airlines, tor
example. This is unprecedented.
Just tnink ot it; ine airlines which
gained irom Capital's 37-day stop stoppage
page stoppage paid that company over $1, $1,-tiOO.OOO.
tiOO.OOO. $1,-tiOO.OOO. Thus it could take the
strike and lose very little.
Now, as the loud speaker at the
old Sampson Navy boot training
station would say, hear this: The
Civil Aeronautics Board soon will
hold a hearing on whether these
payments are legal or a technical
conspiracy in violation of the Fe Federal
deral Federal transport and anti trust
laws. That's just what industry's
strategists want. For if it is le legal,
gal, legal, then business has devised a
new type of strike insurance. If
it is illegal, however, for business
to get together, from out of the
executiv suites of America will
come a roar why is it not il illegal
legal illegal then for labor to band to together
gether together in a joint council and
strike a corporation or an indus industry?
try? industry? Industrialists, who have spent
many grim night? at bargaining
tables, are saying to the .iselves
and government people that labor
has joint-councils ofcas many
50 to 60 unions inside just one cor corporation.
poration. corporation. Special AFL-CIO com committees
mittees committees arp set up to raise milti milti-million
million milti-million dollar strike furds for sis sister
ter sister union. Why can't the business businessmen
men businessmen do likewise?
That is what they're saying, for
example, in the steel field. This
industry is expecting to be hit
with whopping demands to cover
steelworkers from the cradle to
the grave and considerable in be between.
tween. between. These demands will be
hurled by the United Steel work workers
ers workers Wage PoI;cv Committee late
in April. There have been confer conferences
ences conferences for the Tinst months bptween
the policy makers of the 11 biggest
steel corporations. Thev have de deeded
eded deeded to stan nat just as tV
big three of the auto industry did
las summer.
'
There have been similar private
parleys in the hard coal fields and
in the oil, rubber, glass, -ctro-nics
and railroad industr Con Contracts
tracts Contracts in these areas e any anywhere
where anywhere from the coal mea s pad,
in January to the railroaders' in
November. You can even expect
a railroad strike some time in
'GO.
The industrialists are saying
they've had it. The uniors are sav saving
ing saving they haven't Ind enough. Both
sides will be pouring out millions
to win this one. For the unions,
this showdown could be rs costlv
as dropping a china piggy bank
over a dark cellar grating. Strike
rplief can emptv a union treasury.
Walter Reuther'g General Motors
walkouts and a fn"' other small smaller
er smaller ones cost $15.000 000 H one
month. There are RO.non au' 'rik 'rik-ers
ers 'rik-ers out this week. The v is
5Pnd'" the" "1 Oirjstmas bo bonus.
nus. bonus. That's $8000,000 in just one day
A Ion? national uteel strike could
cost the union $25,000,000 in strike
relief. Of '""urse, company profits
wo"ld vanish.
That's the spectre stalking iT59.
DOC SURVIVES 18 MONTHS
NAPLES, Italy (UPI) A Ger German
man German shepherd dog lived unnoticed
for 18 months at the bottom of a
100-foot mt in the town of Afra Afra-gola,
gola, Afra-gola, animal protection officers
reported yestei-day. Officials
said the dog subsisted on refuse
dumped into the pit by villagers
and on rainwater. It was rescued
after a man reported hearing a
curious wailing. Villagers said the
dog was one of three pups tossed
m'o the well by a farmer 18 months
ago.

Walter Winchell In

MAN ABOUT TOWN
Barbara Hutton hag switched
from the Gay ,to the Gray Set with
Prince Gino Messina. He's in Bis
40s. .Marlon Brando's dating
Aina Lee a Swedish-Chinese mo-
delulu. .Elvis Presley is teach teaching
ing teaching baby-talk to Italian movie
star Camilla Monti, also in Ger Germany.
many. Germany. .The Duke of Kent walk
ed out on the family's holiday
paTty to spend more army leave
with his love, Kate Worsley. .
Julie Newmar's new full length
mink coat (she's over 6 ft.) with
mink hat and mink mittens
came from her latest admirer.
A Chicago industrialist not yet di
vorced. .They are trying to bust
up the Alan Kings wed a dozen
years. .Forrest Tucker and mo modal
dal modal Dolores Jrickson let their.idyU
peVisT. .CafjGrlnt is'i&breSfltan
attentive to Italian actress Maria
Scarafia in London. They holiday holidayed
ed holidayed at the home of Fleur Cowles. .
Lover-boys may come and go go-trying
trying go-trying to win "Suzie Wong's
France Nuyen, but her real love
is an old fkme. French actor
Christian Marquand, long-t i m e
buddy of Brando.
Mrs. Sammy Davis Jr's divorce
settlement includes $12,000 in
cash. . Lieut. Jack Haley spends
nearly all of his furloughs with
Lori Nelson. .Alice Faye, in re retirement
tirement retirement 15 years, guests with hus husband
band husband Phil Harris on his show Feb.
6th. The Kurt. Maiers (of the
Eden Roc) expect their image tn
the Spring. Shelley Winters shed
25 lbs. for her "Diary of Anne
Frank" role so that she wouldn't
look too plump in the food ration
years. . Marie Schell wore four four-inch
inch four-inch heels in "The Hanging Tree"
so Gary Cooper wouldn't have to
stoop too much to kiss her. Such
problems!. .Steve Crane and
daughter Cheryl were In the 'Mar 'Marriage
riage 'Marriage Go Round" audience the
o'her eve. . "Starward Ark,"
which closed after 3 perfs. in
Washington costing $108,000),
was more exciting backstage. Ac Actress
tress Actress Da'ore Dorn-Heft was slap slap-ed
ed slap-ed by an actor.

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

OFFICE IN PANAMA
10!) Central Ave. at
orner of "I" Street

0. A. De KOUX, CARLOS MOUYNES V.,
Manager Sub -Manager
HOURS :
i
From 1:00 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.
SATURDAYS: from 1:00 a.m. to 12:00 noon

Satellites

. ''' -' ' 'v."'.:V

Jimmy Durante'i squelch to
groups who try to make him the
snill at an affair: "Why dontcha
give a dinner to someone who is
hungry?". .Lo Main, 24 year
old boss of Broadway's newest
chowmein spot, Eastern Garden,
is the former glass-washer at the
Embers. .The Herbert Asburys
(fcdith ifivans of the N. Y. Times)
were quietly divorced in Alaba
ma during the newspaper strike
. . .Diji Morgan and Bill Perry
of Warren Convigton's band
I made it Mr. and Mrs. .Remem
ber "Freckles" of the "Our
Gang" comedies He's now presi president
dent president of Dee Jay Filmg. .Sandra
Dee, 17 year old "Gidjet star,
owns an apartment in Los Anse
les. .Quote by Field-M a r s h a 1 1
Montgomery: "All great men are
difficult. They must be.'? (See,
ooneyj :
Eisenhower speech-writer Em
met Hughes of Time, Inc. has
burgled socialite, ski instructrees
Ann Johnston from comedian
Jack Carter. .Rod Steiger and
Claire Bloom Sundayvous at the
Penguin . .Melissa Weston,
pretty blonde socialite-actress, is
doing the swank boites with bar barrister
rister barrister Ralph Fields. .What's the
reason for the aloof bit betweeh
Hermione Gingold and Polly Ber Bergen
gen Bergen of "First Impressions"?
When they were in "Almanac"
Polly (now star of "Impressions")
had an obscure part Press-
agents George Ross and Madelin
Blitzstein were secretly sealed a
fortnite ago. .The Lieut-Comdr
S. L. Voilers were daughtergraph-
ed. .Ty Power's widow Debbie
ge's considerable consoling from
Rock Hudson.
Don't invite Maria Callas and
Milton Cross to the same party. .
Otis Blackwell, who wrote 3 rock-and-roll
clicks, ."Don't be Cruel,"
"Fever" and "All Shook Up," Was
a pants-prpsser a few years ago
. .GOP circles complain that Re Re-pub
pub Re-pub Chairman Alcorn now hag the
White House influence on Ike that
Sherman Adams had to surrend surrender.
er. surrender. Burlesk's coming back to
Broadway. "Gypsy" the tiew
COLON BRANCH:
Front St. at corner
of 7th St.

New York
Ethel Merman show, will be po
pulated Dy live strippers. .Wery
of commuting from Ireland, Bar Barbara
bara Barbara Bel Geddea sublet Marv
Martin's East 48th Street apt. .
van tliburn is true to the arts.
His new distaffair is ballerina
Isabelle Farrell. .Judy Holiiaay's
new escort is iazz star Gsrrv Mnl.
ligan, at the "Bells" stage door
nightly.
Pat Suzuki of "Flower Drum
Song" is a genuine dyed-in the the-wool
wool the-wool gweater gal. Prefers
pullover to heavy coats. Always
goes to hef theater wearing two
sweaters. .One of the neiter
known teevee producers is trail
ing nis wile, wno has gone ker
plunk for a B'way producer
(You're welcome. ladvl. . Lem
Reynolds', TJretty'asgT producer of
roe a. Murray snow, is showing
the town to Italian film producer
nenaio ae Angeles, but every
night!. .Betty Cooper, a lovely
rea-naireo lasnion model, br.ght
ened the Yule Holiday for Ex-
Mayor Bill O Dwyer in Mexico.
Tex McCrary reports' that his
wife Jinx is considerably improv improved.
ed. improved. She is now in Punta del Este,
Uruguay. ."F ailing in Love
With Love" (from "Brigadoon")
and the theme for "The Inn of the
6th Happineas" are prakilly twins.
Mrs. Harold (Gloria) Hecht, es estranged
tranged estranged wife of the Hecht in Hill.
Hecht and Lancaster, gave him a
novel gift. .A pistol . .Debra
Paaet's latest hpart thiimnpr i
Johnnv Mandel. whn wrntp th "I
Want to Live" score. .John Ne
ville, the star of Old Vic'a "Ham "Hamlet"
let" "Hamlet" is described in the Droeram
as the father of five children twn
adopted. The two are Negroes. .
RalDh Meeker and rwii T.illv haln
jazz up the moodniteg at the Me Me-tropole
tropole Me-tropole jazzatorium . .Danny
Thomas chews 15 centg a pack
terbacca. .French night club
owner, Rene Bardy, will interview
showeirls this mnrnincr it M iha
Showcase, 950 Eighth Avenue, for
nis ,i Kancno (Vegas) show and
his Paris night club Nouvelle Eve
. .Recording star Sam Cooke's
left eye was seriously damaged in
his recent crash. After all that
sudden success and wealth then
"Let's step on the gas," etc.
The Associated Pre
in Washington appeared to enjoy
"Redhead," starring Gwen Verd Verd-on.
on. Verd-on. He said she makeg it. But
doesn't she always?. . .Michael
Gazzo, whoge new play, "Nijjht
Circus." flooned. was nM tisn.
000 for it by H'wood. If it ran 5
montns ne would have ree'd lOOGs.
He's the former boatblack, whose
first play was a B'way smash.
"Hatful of Rain". .Among other
favorities of Genen Kelly is social socialite
ite socialite Catherine Bellows, the sculp sculp-trees.
trees. sculp-trees. .Otto Premineer'. ChanH.
ler's tete-a-date was Jeanne Ra-
Jaunier of the Jack Gleason show
. .ax-triD arama critic Howard
Barnes is on director .lohn rrnm.
well's movie staff, now shooting
in the Philippines. . Martha Port-
noy'g diamond studded swizzle-
stick cost $1,896.
Linda Darnell's cameraman on
her new TV Series will be Pev
Marley, her former husband. Real
cozy, .Now in what other column
could you learn that Glen Ford's
real first name is Gwyllen?. .
soames Bantry, the 350,000 per
year fashion model, got $30 per
week as a ballerina in Mexico
City two years ago. .You can'
wear out your welcome, d 1 d J a
say? A B'ardot movie, never seen
tn the U.S.. is being offered tor
$125,000 witn no takers. .Senator
Langer's wife is ser.ouily ailing...
The propietor of Danny's Hide-A-
Way. and songstreeg Arlene r on on-tanna
tanna on-tanna are steady dawn-greeterg,
The big gossip on the Radcliff
Campus Involves one of the pret
tiest students and a i960 presiden presidential
tial presidential possibility

WASHINGTON -Traveling .frpraJoK Cooper woo by a 70.00
tmniral Mvicn in Arctic Alaska I mainritv i r. .....

--r-- 1; icmvcrauc tiuvr
as thi wnler ni l last month. VOUIIn tha Uei n :j v n

- 1
get a feeling of the vastness ot A-
"t1"- , .. ..
t ww bvm
of the far! til fit m-eat areas nl the

. ; - r "cimrcrai. in .ine lac.
American continent are complete- if we want to win future elections
ly undeveloped and neglected. We learned that in-the last elee
While we have been building up tion, but we also saw thaf liber liber-African,
African, liber-African, competition against Latin als like JobjiCooper in ourown
American coffe and c o c o a, party can be returned to office hv

expanding Soviet trade has be-
gun to penetrate the Americas,
He loaned $100,000,000 to Argen-
tins. He has sent trade' missions
all over Latin America offering
long term credits and cheap
P"-
This is going to be the biggest
economic challenge facing the
U.S.A. in 1958.
ALASKAN challenge
Alaska, now declared officially
and formally the 49th State, will
T. esUmS toere is still as
much gold in Alaskan hills as was
ever taken out. The timber re-
sources of. the newstate are fab-
ulous. Tremendous copper depo-
sits have already been mined and
'VrVr i8VaUlble'
What Alaska needs -however,
are roads and population. No
highway r.!w connects Alaska im-
mediately with.. the United States.
ine mucn publicized Alcan high-
way runs through Canada, nd
has a gravel roadbed between the
Alaskan-Candian border aod. the
:.Alaskai present
4uu,wu pupuiauon is miuiary per-
sonnel with their families.. The
best wav to defend Alaska i. tn
get it populated. Th pushers for
statehoad who gath-id around
President Eisenhower as he farm,
ally declared Alaska a state have
been claiming statehood would

oring (population and development. ,w i -, A.
IfKthey are right, a great fu- SJL9
ture should be ahead of the 49th Aiff U aSl k
state beginning this year. Jftj gjJ
G.O.P. LIBERALS wouId make a very strong per-
Here is what happened inside I sonal fiht fftr Dirksen.
the closed-door meeting of Sen- ALASXA-CO-ROUND
ate GOP insurgents when they Correction: In covering the A A-got
got A-got toeether t u rmminaite their laskan election camaoien I re.

leader last week.
Georee Aiken, tousle headed
tough senator from Vermont, was
tne nrst io speak and explained
why he couldn't take the nomina-
tion.
"New Eneland nnw hnlrls iwn
important posts in the GOP lead-
ership," Aiken explained. "Senat-
or unages oi New Hampshire is
chairman of our policy commit-
tee, and Senator Saltonstall of
Massachusetts is chairman'' of the
Republican conference. In view of
this,,it,w)uldn't look right for a
Vermonter to be seeking the floor
leadership.' So it would be much
better tor this important post to
go to another section of the coun-
try.
"In addition, I plan to make a
knockdown, drag-ouc fight against
Administration e'forts to curtail
'he rural electiflcation program
in the next Congress, and I want
to remain in an independent po-
sition to wage th's fight. I couldn't
carry on that fight effectively if
T haH ti Via' tannine? Aver Karlr.
ward tit rnnnera'e with the White
,. i ..
House as floor leader."

AU eight of the liberal Senators Armstrong, who was in Alaska
took turns in presenting their during the Symington era. is o-
v'ewg on who should 'ead them, perating a carefully-coordinated,
Then Aiken summed up their highly efficien' commarid of the
views: Army, Navy, and Air Force ...
"There are three names be- Twelve airline- operate in Alas-
fore us: Frank Carlson o Kangas ka, plus an unknown number of
Tom Kuchel of California, and bush pilots. Because roads are al-
John She-man Cooper of Kentuc- most' non-exHei.t, bush pilots in
ky," he said. Alaska are Mke taxi drivers in
"Frank Carlson, who has been New York...
having some trouble with a disc Congressional committees" five
in his back, phoned me th's morn- times have investigated the "tun "tuning,
ing, "tuning, and said he prferred not to nels" of Ladd Air Foce Rase at
be a candidate bu' would go a- Fairbanks. They are highly pro prolong
long prolong with what the majority of us tical tunnels connecting officers'
wanted." quarters and parts of the Ladd
FORTHRIGHT BANKER base, In heavy snowg, military
The strongest statement for personnel can travel underground.
Jiohn Sherman Cooper of Kentuc- Also water and sewage, which
If V was maia Kv Com P Acr.tt aHiarmu njntiM

. ........ u . . i .v- uv,
Bush of Connecticut, onetime New
T7 l L A. 1 1
iotk invesiineni Daruter.
Kid Stuff
ACROSS
1 and seek
8 School street
sign
S baby
12 Sacred image
IS Prong
14 Garden tool
15 Napkin
17 Mother ot the
Cantor
daughter!
18 fastened
18 Littlt kid
21 Sea mammal
4 Fairy-tale
folks
I Female saint
(ab.)
' 6 Juat
kid
1 Atop
I Unwelcome
' plants
Kids' years
10 Was borne
11 Period ot time
16 Form a notion
20 Teen-agers
v have them
23 Sorrowful
22 Representative
24 Electrical unit 24 Imitated
(b.)
27 F.raa
29 Those kids
32 Mouth root
34 Interstice
36 Number
87 Breasts
38 Sand hill
39 Relate
41 Dorothy's
nickname
42 Anger
,44 Solidifies
48 Tale bearer
49 Evade
53 Old French
coin
14 Valued too
highly
86 Finish
6T Companion
88 oft, as in
golf
60 Born
60 Otherwise
, 61 Glimpse
DOWN
I Be quletl
3 Notion
I Hamlet
23 Boy kid
26 Abundance
28 Rich fur

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lietesiliilGfO!
rlERRY.Oo-Round

'v Mot CICWUUU, lUQ HU
"His supporters included i larg?
Democratic following.-, We musf
i m can t, suck iflQe
nendent iu TS. .t.

Sen. Clifford Case of New. J-
sey expressed the same view
"The present GOteade-snip in v
the Senate is obviously inade-
quate and not responsive to tht
voting public or to the pressing
problems that face us in thi"
age," said the senator, from New
Jersey.
"They are jus too reactionary
for the average American. W

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for SocS Sen Jflcn
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probab v due to SLWe'
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ported that Secretary of the In-
tenor Fred Seaton had traveled
by special train on the govern'
",c,lt ownea Aiasxan Railway
from Anchorage to Fairbanks and
later had two special ars for the
ue of his office staff. While Sea-
ton (id fravf ,t. oLaJ train,
Vov fd ws InAlng the
"-'P w piat, tte.. rode nt
tne sPll! ginrof 'W'manag4
er- H did not use the, special
"rs- W fairness to Seatoft f- am
naPPy to make these facts clear
r,!ijt1ta 3o Reserve
wuef-'Ct-rsotlKiIsterlllf tM'-1
ens of Alaska' am Sen: Stuart
Symington- of iMlssou-i; -Gen. Nat-
nan Twining, now chairman of
the Joint Chiefs of Staff, and
Gen- Frank Armstrong, now com-
niander in Alaska.
NWhen Symington Was Secretary
of the Air Fopce he went to Alas-
ka. saw the deplorable condition
t mililary housing and waged a
campaign to imiprove it. He also
invited Bob Hope to spend Christ-
Un there uhih Iuhbm iu.
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tected in these tunnels. Congress.
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Answer to Prsvtous Puxils
30 Patron saint
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31 Spar
33 Fend Oft
35 coaster
46 Year between
12 and 20
47 Skin affliction
of adolescents
48 Wicked ;.
50 Sboahoneaa
Indians
40 Herons
43 Run away to
marry
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BACK TQ NATURE Leaves make excellent dishes as this group of Airmen, undergoing in instruction
struction instruction in the Albrook Survival Training School, seem to ponder the ingredients of a meal
supplied by the Jungle. Visitors to Albrook AFB tomorrow, during the Armed Forces "Open
House," will see exhibits prepared by personnel of the Albrook Survival Training School
(Official USAF Photo)

Land, Water Survival
Part Of Armed Forces

Te Albrook Survival Training
School, the only one of its type in
the Air Force, is displaying many
tm rt "fiitraival Hrminmont."
at the Armed Forces Day exhi exhibits
bits exhibits at Albrook Air Force Base
today. ..
The Survival School of the 5700th
Operation Squadron is unique in
that it combines water' and land
which begins In the survival train training
ing training area m Albrook, takes the stu students
dents students firom the orientation in the
classroom into the jungle, through
the lakes and rivers of Panama,
and back to the classroom for a
critique.
Th five-day course has a pre present
sent present enrollment of 10 students, and
is made available for training
all air crew members on Albrook,
BabyBorn In Taxi
Nanred After Bcis
Driver In Rome
RbEfUjpIWMrSivElenai Dip Dip-politafi
politafi Dip-politafi Qtiuntat l yesterday' -named
herf newi4aughter;f after a .bus
driver even though she gave birth
to the, child in a taxi.
Mrs. Giunta was en route to
Rome by bus from Artena, 3
miles away, when she felt her
first, labor pains. .She urged the
driver to increase speed. He com complied,
plied, complied, .arriving at a suburban bus
station, 2 minutes ahead of sched schedule.
ule. schedule. .'
The woman tried to complete
the dash to the hospital by taxi,
but failed. She gave birth while
the Vehicle was moving through
Rome's heavy traffic.
, But Mrs., Giunta thought more
of, the bus driver's efforts to beat
the deadline, and gave the baby
the feminine equivalent of his
name, Alexandria.
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THREE OF TIIE FIVE EMPLOYES who vera retired from Canal service at the end of Decern--ber,,
are- shown 'receiving congratulations" from Gov. W. E. potter. Two others who retired last
month were unable to be present at the cerem ony which Was held In, the Governor's office at
. Balboa Heights. From left to right are Ralpht Robinson, forge shop foreman In the industrial
Division; Kenneth D. Siowlck, chief foreman' machinist in the Industrial Division; Lloyd T.
Yarbray, laundry and dry cleaning plant superintendent in the Supply Division; and Potter.
Those not present were Miss Franees Moomaw,' principal of the North and South Margarita
Elementary, Schools, and '.Miss Angela Fi- Reilly, staff nutte at Coto Solo HospltaL 4

personnel of Latin 'American conn-1
tries., other U.S. services, and in
some cases air crews from stra
tegic and tactical commands in the
United States.
. Analysis of crashes, ditchings,
and bail outs in World War II
shows that many arewmen who
could have survived, lost their lives
or were crippled because of ignor ignorance
ance ignorance of basic SurviVal procedures
rather than inadequate equipment.
Under the present survival train training
ing training program, loss of men for this
cause is minimized.
The students in the survival train
ing course receive a maximum of
one and as half days of lec lectures,
tures, lectures, films and discussion on tech
niques and equipment to be utiliz utilized
ed utilized during the. field exercises. The
students then spend a minimum
of .three, ani' a half days of ac actus,!
tus,! actus,! participation in the field.
During the course of training,
the students learn how to use their
parachute. TSntry, into water, tree
landings, and descent from trees
after landings, aire part of the
parachute training, ,
?.iTlwt ;5:sfu4enfs W"g;,.;fe--monstration
of a helicopter rescu rescuing
ing rescuing survivors from a raft and from
water. In this phase of instruc instruction,
tion, instruction, they learn liow to use signa signalling
lling signalling equipment, which includes,
flares, signal mirrors, and sea
marker dye. The students are then
checked out in the use of life vests,
one man rafts, and multiplace
rafts. Along with: this they lea.-n
the use of improvised flotation
(trapping, air in their clothing).
For survival training on land,
the students learn how to make
emergency shelters, beds, and e e-ven
ven e-ven personal clothing out of para parachutes.
chutes. parachutes. They are also taught how
to hunt game in the jungle, by
using traps, snares nets and other
items from natural products
found in the area. When near a
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body of water, they are also taught
various fishing techniques.
Using the compass and other sur
vial equipment, the students are
required to find their way by wa water
ter water and through dense jungle.
In a short course of survival
training, it is impossible to simul simulate
ate simulate all the possible emergencies
which may be encountered by air
force personnel, but a few prob problems,
lems, problems, properly presented, can show
the student that, with his survival
kit and a bit of of horse sense,
he can survive in any envirormcnt
The Survival Training School at
Albrook is doing just that.
Pianist Cliburn
Cancells Concerts
For Toothaches
TUCSON, Ariz. (UPI) Pianist
Van Cliburn said today he has
cancelled his concerts for the next
12 days because of a tooth ache.
., VI, love, playing, vbtuWiIn don't
think, the audience would enjoy
it if I'm sittins there wracked
with pain," the popular young
pianist said. "And my powers of
concentration would not be as
good."
Cliburn, who said he had been
bo'.hered in the past four months
by his teeth but has not had time
to go to a dentist because of his
heavy concert schedule, cancelled
concerts set for San Antonio, Tex.,
Saturday; Atlanta Jan. 13; Birm Birmingham,
ingham, Birmingham, Jan. 17, and Syracuse,
N. Y., Jan. 20.
Cliburn has een here since
Monday and said he would prob probably
ably probably have to remain until next
week in order .to have, a wisdom
tooth pulled

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WASHINGTON, Jan. 10 (UPD (UPD-Southern
Southern (UPD-Southern forces today voiced sa satisfaction
tisfaction satisfaction at the size of the vote in

the first-round defeat for anti-filibuster
liberals in the senate's big
rules change fight.
Sen. John C. Steams (D-Miss.)
soid he felt the margin on the
first test vote yesterday showed
clearly that there was support for
the present rules from many parts
of the country, and not just the
South.
Stennis said he was "greatly en
couraged" by the 60-36 margin by
which tne Liberals were beaten, al
though the vote did not come on
the actual question on filibusters
themselves.
The filibuster has been used on
occasion in the vast by southern
forces to stall legislation affecting
civil rights.
The first test was a major vic
tory for Democratic leader Lyn Lyndon
don Lyndon B. Johnson (Tex.). It came on
a proposal by Sens. Joseph Clark
(D-Pa.) and Clinton P. Anderson
(D-N.M.) for the Senate to reenact
all of its old rules except the fili
buster rule. Johnson moved to
table and thus kill the proposal
ana won nanauy.
A victory for Hie liberal forces
would have scrapped the tradition traditional
al traditional concept that the Senate is a
'continuing body" whose rules car
ry over from session to session,
and left it wide open for a battle
over rules changes every two
years.
The vote was 60-38. The motion
to kill the liberals' proposal was
offered by Senate Democratic
Leader Lyndon B. Johnson (Tex.).
It was supported by senators who
agreed with him that the anti-filibuster
fight should be compro compromised.
mised. compromised. The most likely compromise was
Johnson's own proposal that the
Senate rules be changed to permit
a vote of two-thirds of all sena senators
tors senators present and voting to choke
off filibusters, the traditional
weapon of the southerners for kill
ing civil rights legislation.
Other Compromise Likely
ed likely to be offered before ttie
Senate ended the rules fight that
erupted within an hour after the
86th Congress began on Wednes Wednesday.
day. Wednesday. Apparently doomed by the key
vote was the plan of the liberals
to let a majority of the entire Sen Senateor
ateor Senateor 50 members i m p o s e a
limit on debate.
Shortly after tne vote, Roy Wilk Wilk-ins,
ins, Wilk-ins, executive secretary of the Na National
tional National Assn. for the Advancement
of Colored People, sent a telegram
to 30 senators urging them to vote
against the Johnson compromise.
"A vote for the Johnson resolu resolution
tion resolution is a vote against civil rights,"
he said. He aided that civil rights
advocates regard Johnson's pro pro-posol
posol pro-posol "as a fraud" which would
be ineffective in cutting off' fili
busters against civil rights legisla legislation.
tion. legislation. Johnson Gets Support
Under present rules, a vote of
two-thirds of the entire Senate-or
66 senators is required to curb
unlimited debate.
The test vote came on the pro proposal
posal proposal of Sens. Clinton P. Anderson
(D-N.M.) and Joseph S. Clark (D (D-Pa.)
Pa.) (D-Pa.) that the Senate establish the
precedent of formally adopted its
new rules at the beginning of
each Congress.
In the showdown, Johnson's mo motion
tion motion to kill the Anderson Clark
plan was supported by 40 Demo Democrats
crats Democrats and 20 Republicans. Oppos Opposing
ing Opposing it were 22 Democrats and 14
Republicans.
The vote was tne tnira aeieai in
six years for the liberal bloc in
its efforts to tighten the benate
anti-filibuster rules. It also repre represented
sented represented a major personal victory
for Johnson.
Council Reodies IBS
Annual IBS Camporee
With the arrival of the new year
the officers and leaders of the lo local
cal local council of the International
Bov Scouts of the Canal Zone nave
been concentrating on the coun council's
cil's council's annual camporee, slated, to
be held at Rainbow City, Jan. m
Cub commissioner Daniel T.
Foster, who has been assigned
chairman of the committee for
the camporee's program, has been
working toward getting the camp
site in shape for the grand event.
In keeping with the local coun council's
cil's council's policy of recognizing out outstanding
standing outstanding services of members of
the organization, this year's camp
site will be designated "Camp Ro Robert
bert Robert T. Ellis," honoring the past
president and member of the
local council.
Foster and his committee mem members
bers members have all been putting in over
time in an effort to make this
year's camporee one of the best
ever.
It is hoped that the parents
of the boys as well as other in interested
terested interested individuals in the com community,
munity, community, will make a special effort
to visit the camp aite, during the
three-day activities, when they
will be able to observe the boys
in action and get a firsthand
knowledge of just what the or organization
ganization organization in particular, and the
scouting in general movement is
doing to build their character and
develop in them manly traits of
good citizenship.
Final plans for carrying out the
comporee's program will be dtalt
with at the council's annual meet
ing, scheduled to be held at the
Paraiso Junior High School on Jan.
18.

. Before the vota, Johnson's own
proposal for compromising the
three-day old fight received the
support of Senate Republican
Leader Everett M. Dirksen (111.);
GOP Whip Thomas H. K u c h e 1
(Calif.) and Democratic Whip
Mike Mansfield (Mont.).
Besides providing for a two two-thirds
thirds two-thirds vote for curbing filibusters,
Johnson's compromise also would
spell out that the Senate is a
"continuing body" whose rules au automatically
tomatically automatically are carried over from
one Congress to the other.

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WASHINGTON Repub Republican
lican Republican National Chairman Meade
A lcorn on Senate Democratic
Leader Lyndon B. Johnson's
"state of the union" speech at
the opening of Congress:
"It was a sorry
spectacle indeed."
opening day
HOLLYWOOD Bill Galla Gallagher,
gher, Gallagher, close friend and personal
secretary of the late Tyrone Pow Power,
er, Power, when a value of "more than
$500,000" was placed on the ac actor's
tor's actor's estate:
"Ty wasn't an extremely weal wealthy
thy wealthy man. In addition to insurance,
he owned a business building on
sunset Blvd. and a house in Bel
Air."
SHAWNEETOWN, 111. Elmer
Garnett, 63, who killed his sister
in-law 28 years ago and then dis
appeared, after he attempted sui
cide:
"I'm tired of running."
CHICAGO Coroner Walter J,
McCarron in ordering an investi
cation of a doctor s emergency
service which refused to send
medical aid to a dying woman un
til guaranteed a $10 fee:
"We're going to ask for the
records of the service. We're go
ing to find out who makes these
decisions w n 1 1 e a person is
dying."
ST. LOUIS, Mo. Homicide
Chief Maurice O'Neill on the sex
slaying of Mrs. Charles E. Mon
tague, 32, mother of two chil
dren:
"This is a horror murder. It
could happen again."
Russia Close To A
Space Ship, US
WASHINGTON, Jan. 9 (UPI)
Space and atomic experts yes yesterday
terday yesterday predicted that Russia
was close to developing nuclear
powered airplane and a man1
carrying spaceship.
Chairman Melvln Price (D (D-111.)
111.) (D-111.) of the House-Senate Atom Atomic
ic Atomic Research Subcommittee said
he thought Russia would fly an
atomic plane this year. He said
U.S. "foot dragging" would hoid
back development of an Amer American
ican American nuclear plane for "four or
five years or more."
However, Price said he was
sure the Russians had not yet
flown an atomic plane, despite
reports that they had, because
the Soviets would have announc-
CdHe said the United States still
could shave a couple of years
off development of an atomic
plane but that the official view
is "the same kind of attitude
CHUCKLE HEAD
TURKEY SAUSAGE
DES MOINES, Iowa (UPI) (UPI)-The
The (UPI)-The usual twice-a year chore of
turkey carving no longer may be
a problem.
The bird now can be marketed
in sausage form for slicing hot or
cold, an industry spokesman said.
SMARTER THAN MAN
LONDON (UPD-The Air Min
istry today installed an electronic
brain at its weather forecasting
center, to help cut down on "hu "human
man "human error."
CREMATE SOUSED PIG
ROTTINGDEAN, England
(UPI) The former owners of a
pig who drank herself to death
when she raided a wine store on
New Year's Eve had news today
for a San Antonio, Tex., disc
iockey who started a burial fund
for her.
Sally the soused pig was cre cremated.
mated. cremated. GOOD INTENTIONS
SAN DIEGO,, Calif. (UPI)
Charles E. Reed. 21. wanted
to
throw a ,"beer bust" for som
friends, but police didn't think the
reason justified Reed's wheeling
11 cases of beer out a locked
warehouse.
Municipal Judge John Brennan
agreed and sentenced the laborer
to 180 daysHn jail.
THE MILLIONAIRE
NORTHUMBER LAND, Eng England
land England (UPI) Excavator operator
Cornelius Boyle, 35, thanked the
judge today for fining him $280
instead of sending to jail for mak making
ing making false returns on his $5,600 an annual
nual annual income.
In fining Boyle Magistrate Den Denis
is Denis Anderson explained that if a
man with his "tremendous earn earning
ing earning capacity" were jailed, the
country would be the loser.

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SCHOOL VISITORS Maj. Raymond Patricio, senior instructor of the Engineer Bectiori,-vTL
Army Caribbean School, Fort Gulick, shows visiting officers from the Department of the. i
my one of the school's training aids, a scale model of a Bailey bridge. These aids are used
in the training of Latin American officers and enlisted men at the school. From left to right
are: Col. Osmund A. Lehay, office of deputy chief of staff for personnel; CoL Cecil Hirnes;
comandant of the school; Col. Walter E. Barker, office of deputy chief of staff for opera operations;
tions; operations; Lt. Col. Paul A. Baldl, office of deputy chief of staff for operations, and Patricio.X' ;
(U.S. Army Photo

Federal Bill Would Pit Power
Of FBI Against Hate Bombings

WASHINGTON, Jan. 9 (UPI) (UPI)-Stiff
Stiff (UPI)-Stiff new laws to pit the full1
power of the FBI against "hate
bombers" were proposed in Con Congress
gress Congress today. The legislation was
patterned after the Lindbergh kid kidnaping
naping kidnaping act.
Key Senate sponsors of the seven-bill
package were Republicans
Jacob K. Javits and Kenneth B.
Keeting, both of New York. Rep.
John V. Lindsay (R-N.Y.) planned
to introduce the same measures in
the House.
Javits and Keating said the pro proposals
posals proposals were designed to halt the
activities "of fanatics and racists
trying to establish a reign of ter terror"
ror" terror" against churches, synagogues
and integrated schools.
Lindsay said the need for con congressional
gressional congressional action had been clearly
demonstrated by the nearly 70
bombings and attempted bomb
ings reported since 1954, includ
ing ,27 last year.
- Powered Plane,
Experts Believe
that existed before sputnik."
"We just don't see the import importance
ance importance of the thing until they do
it," he said. Price estimated the
propaganda value of flying an
atomic plane as greater than
Russia's recent cosmic rocket
launching.
The forecast that Russia
would achieve manned space
flight "soon" was contained in
a handbook made public by the
House Space Committee and
prepared by the Rand Corp., a
top research firm.
Informed cources said this
meant anytime from the next
hour at earliest to the next two
years at latest. The earliest of official
ficial official estimate of when the
United States will be able to put
man in space is two years.
The non-profit Rand Corp. Is
employed by the Air Force. Its
space handbook, also forecast
that once the Russians hit the
moon with a rocket their next
possible move would be to send
rockets to Mars and Venus.
Informed sources note that
Russian development of a nuclear-powered
plane would give
them not only a powerful new
strategic weapon but also give
them a big advance in develop developing
ing developing a nuclear-powered space
craft.

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The bills also would muster the

forces of the federal government
against "hate mail" when it has
the effect of inciting violence.
Javits and Keating said local
law enforcement agencies were
hamstrung now in their efforts to
track down such criminals be because
cause because of lack of jurisdiction and
resources to do the Job.
The two Senators said there
were indications the hate terror terrorists
ists terrorists probably are members of a
well organized gang or gangs
operating in several states.
"Seldom have we examined an
emergency situation which so ur urgently
gently urgently requires federal legislation
to help remedy it," they said.
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Police Chief Louis Ben Torres
has endorsed a proposal to lower
from 18 to 16 years the minimum
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ECUADORIAN VISITORS ARE HONORED
AT PARTY HOSTED BY MR. AND MRS. BARLETTA
The Vice President of Ecuador, Francisco Illinrworth,
and Mrs. Illing-worth, were honored at a cocktail party this
J SMk. xhe event was given at the Union Club by the Vice
" Evident of Panama Heraclio Barletta and Mrs. Barletta.
J Mr. and Mrs. Illinrworth are visiting in Panama for a
V few days while en route from Quito to the United States.

ENELDA ENERO 10
Armed Forces Dance
Tetiight At 1SND
The Enlisted Men's Club t the

a tftennth Naval District will have

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Ided by the Oscar ouy comDO.
Isthmian Toastmastert
Induct New Members
During Tuesday evening's meet meeting
ing meeting of the Isthmian Toastmasters,
. Bert Pfeiffer and Ed Michaelis
were inducted into the club as
new members.
. Fst Moran was named the
. mot improved speaker
The next meeting of the Toast Toast-inaslers
inaslers Toast-inaslers will be January at 6 p.
m- in the Fern Room of the Tivo Tivo-li
li Tivo-li Guest House. Further informa information
tion information may be obtained from Cdr.
S. E. Taylor, Navy 2434.
M.I.T. Club
Dinner Tonight
; A dinner meeting this eiening
of the M.I T. Club of Panama will
mark the fortieth anniversary of
the club and also honor Mr. and
Mrs. H. E. Lobdell.
The meeting is planned for 7
p.m. in the Fern Room of the li li-voli
voli li-voli Guest House.
Mr Lobdell is executive vce
president of the Alumni Associa Association
tion Association of the Massachusetts Insti Institute
tute Institute of Technology.
Albrook Officers Wivti
Plan Trip To Colon
Members of the Albrook Offi Offi-Wives
Wives Offi-Wives Club have planned a
1 trip to Colon January 20.
Busses will leave me mui
Officers' Club at 9 a.m. for the
Balboa Train Station, where mem members
bers members "will board a private rail car
for irhe trip.

Cassius C. Mallory

Cassius C. Mallory. former
chairman of the board of di directors
rectors directors of Grace Line. Inc., who
tetlred from the company In
October 1957 died Jan. 2. after
a brief illness at Lake Wales.
FlaiJHe was born in Heppner.
re;; and was 68 years-old,.
A veteran of 42 years in the
shipping business, Mr. Mallory
was one of the recocnlzed lead leaders
ers leaders of the Industry on both the
Atlantic and Pacific coasts.
"t Mr. Mallorv was elected treas treasurer!
urer! treasurer! of Grace Line in 1937. a
director in 1950, and succeeded
the late R. Ranney Adams as
president in 1953, serving at
the same time as president of
Gulf Sz South American Steam Steamship.
ship. Steamship. Co., operatlne from New
Orleans. Durine his years of
enflce in various management
capacities, he has been directly

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PANAMA

After arrival at Gatun Station,
the ladies will continue by bus to
Fort Sherman for lunch and a
tour of the Army Jungle Warfare
Zoo. The tour also will include
Fort San Lorenzo.

The lady tourists will have a
choice of returning on the 3 p.m.
train or continuing to Colon for
shopping until the 5 p.m. train to
Balboa.
Th. trio is being arranged by
Mrs. Alice Mooty, program chair
.n mH Mrs. Diane Carter
chairman. Reservations
may be made with Mrs. Helei
Stevens, Albrook 6227, before Tues
day noon.
Hunters Indignant
Over Army Sowing
Of Wild Oats
oavammah fia. (UPD Local
i.. ...t,.-. inrlienant about the
HMlItClB
Amv murine wild oats.
W. A. Robertson, spokesman for
the sportsmen, complained mai
h.4ra4 nf acres have been
1IU1JUI vu ...
olanted in wild oats on the mil
tary reservation at nearby
Ft
Stewart.
Practically all the deer in this
section have rushed onto tne res res-orvatinn
orvatinn res-orvatinn to feed. Robertson said,
and only military personnel
allowed to hunt there.
are
"It's not fair to use the people's
money to attract game away trom
ni-lixit nrnnprtv ana erounas ui
nrivat hlintmff C1UDS lO KUVClli
ment military installation, ne
added. "We don't think a thing
like this should be allowed to con
tinue."
and closely concerned with
many of the Line's major enter enterprises,
prises, enterprises, among them, the design
and construction of the express
passenger liners. Santa Rosa.
fianta Paula. Santa Lucia, and
Santa Elena in the early 1930 s
I1U IIIC 11CW M V'J
Santa Paula which entered
Grace Line service last year.
Since retirement, Mr. and
Mrs. Mallorv have been residing
at Lake Wales. Fla. Besides his
widow. Lenore. he Is survived
bv his daughter, Mrs. Robert
Cremin. of White Plains. N.Y..
and son, William, of Darlen.
Conn.
Services Jan. 8, at the Dutch
Reformed Church. Palmfleld
Road and Midland Avenue.
Bronxville, N.Y. Interment was
private at The Ferncliff Cem-
ery, Valhalla. N.Y.

their sincere appreciation for the

of sympathy and cards after

Whipple
Once Again
1090 KHoeyeles
COLON

1 R. Squibb' Award
For Achievement
For RP Pharmacist

The Pan American Pharmaceu Pharmaceutical
tical Pharmaceutical and Biochemical Federation
will present its first annual "Dr.
E. R. Squibb" award, for out
standing achievement in pharma
cy, public health or biochemistry
tonight to Gerardo L. Dutari R.
of Panama City.
Presentation on behalf of the fe
deration will be made at the golf
club by Dr. Alberto E. Bissot, jr.
director of Public Health during
the installation of officer of the
National Association of Pharma Pharmacists
cists Pharmacists of Panama. Representing the
Pan American Pharmaceutical
and Biochemical Federation at the
presentation will be Laurentino Ar
jona Govea, secretary of the Aso
ciacion Nacional de Farmeutlcos.
Dutari graduated from the Na National
tional National School of Pharmacy, did
postgraduate work in Mexico and
at the University of Panama, and
was founder and first president of
the Asociacion Nacional de Far-
maceuticos. He is co-author of
several of the laws covering
Pharmacy in Panama.
The "Dr. E. R. Squibb" award,
presented to dutari, consists of a
plaque and a scroll. It bears
the name of a 19th century Am American
erican American pharmaceutical pioneer
whose signature on drug labels
eventually became an assurance
of quality and who established the
first standards in drug labeling
and advertising.
According to Dr. Joseph B.
Burt, president of the federation,
the purpose of the award is to en encourage
courage encourage professional and public
understanding of contributions to
public health by men and women
in the pharmaceutical, biochemi
cat or public health fields.
The federation is the only non nongovernment
government nongovernment organization which
was affiliates in all Latin Americ
an countries and In the United
States and Canada. The Asocia
cion Nacional de Fairmaceuticos
is its Panamanian affiliate.
By OSWALD JACOBY
Written for NEA Service

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Opening lead Q

East's opening three bid exict-
ed North and Sojth and got them
uite an optimistic six heart con
tract.
It also boomet-snged against
East. South mads the hand.
South won the opening diamond
lead with the ace in dummy and
noted that the hand apparently
would depend on the space finesse.
He also decided that the spade fi finesse
nesse finesse was very likely to be wrong.
He led a trump to his see and play played
ed played the ten of clubs. East won the
ace and led a second diamond.
South trumped high; overtook his
eight of hearts with dummy's nine
trumped the last diamond high;
got back to dummy with the queen
of hearts and discarded two low
spades on the good clubs.
Now he had tu try the spades
and led the jack from dummy.
East played bw; South went irif!ht
up with the ace; dropped the king
from West; and made the hand.
No, South hadn't seen anyone's
cards! He was sure that East
would have opened one diamond,
not three, if ne held the king of
spades in addition to his either
high cards and he knew that
West held exactly one spade.
It was a matter of simple arith.
fnetie. West had shown up with
seven clubs, two diamonds and
three hearts.
Q Th bidding haa been;
Wei North East South
1 i Double Pass 1
You, South, hold;
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What do you do?
A Bid three no-trump. Ton
havo IS points an two spade
toppers. Your partner must have
hearts.
TOOAk'tt QUESTION
Your partner has doubled one
spade. This time you hold:
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Miss Midnight's Notebook: Deb Debbie
bie Debbie Reynolds will have an oppor opportunity
tunity opportunity to remarry quickly if she's
in a mood to beat Eddie and La
to the altar. A wealthy young in industrialist
dustrialist industrialist is ready to settle a mil million
lion million dollars on her the day she

says "I do". ..The Out-To-Get-Nixon
clique in Washington is due for a
,big surprise. According to pre present
sent present plans, President Eisenhower
in an important 1959 speech will
virtually name Dick his heir-apparent.
..Marlon Brando's chums
wouldn't be surprised if he made
France Nuyen his bride as soon
as his divorce from Anna Kashfi
becomes final... Paramount's big
Easter entry on Broadway will be
"Tempest," the Dino de Lauren-
tis film spectacle. Those who ve
caught private screenings say the
battle scenes are staggering far
more impressive than those in
"War And Peace"...The hottest
rumor in rock 'n' roll circles has
it that singer Frankie Avalon is
secretly married Huntington
Hartford's holiday party at his
Beekman Place abode abounded
with beautiful models, and re
ports from guests indicate it was
the liveliest celebration of the
Yuletide.
There was quite a meeting of
the Apalachin boys in Acapulco
recently. A controversial labor
leader was on the scene, too, by
an odd coincidence; he didn't at attend
tend attend the parley but met private privately
ly privately with some of the mobsters.
"Togetherness" holiday style:
Franchot Tone and his son Pat
are double-dating Hedy Lamarr
and her daughter Deide .... Dili
Paree, a stripper at the Metro Metronome
nome Metronome on 52nd St., is a grandmoth grandmother...
er... grandmother... According to top-ranking night
club stars, the two best paying
towns in the U.S. now are Las
Vegas and Pittsburgh, with New
York trailing. ..Actor Philip Cool Cool-idge
idge Cool-idge made the scene at Julius
Monk's Downstairs with an exo exotic
tic exotic Oriental' lady.
Louis Prima has shelled out
$45,000 to his ex-wife, Alma Ross,
and by court order will pay Her
Student's Fiance
Is Crash Victim
KINGSPORT, Tenn. Jan. 10 -(UPI)
Plans were being made
today for removal of 10 bodies
from the charred wreckage of an
airliner on a snow-covered moun mountainside
tainside mountainside and an investigatiioa, was
launched into causes of the crash.
The 10 persons died Thursday
night in the crash of a Southeast
Airlines DC-3 only minutes away
from a landing at the trl-cities air airport
port airport near Bluff City. Their bodies
were found in the wreckage yes yesterday
terday yesterday afternoon.
One of the victims was Wanda
Nalley, stewardess aboard the
plane, whose fiance climbed the
mountainside yesterday in hopes
she had escaped death. Douglas
Wassum, an engineering student
at the University of Tennessee,
started a hike to the scene sooa
after the wreckage was sighted.
Guards stopped him a few hund hundred
red hundred yards from the crash where all
aboard the airliner had been found
dead. The engagement ring he
had given Miss Nalley found in the
wreckage. They were to be mar married
ried married in June.

College Choice Should Match Budget
Advises Expert On Education Costs

By MARY PRIM!
NEW YORK (UPI) Too many
students choose a college too rich
fo.- the family budget, says an
executive of a firm which under underwrites
writes underwrites educations,
"Miany average or below-average
students fail to obtain a high higher
er higher education, and others get to
college but cannot continue be because
cause because of lack of money,' said Rob Robert
ert Robert J. Keir, executive vice Presi President
dent President of the Tuition Plan, Inc.,
which enables students to learn
new, pay later,
The firm pays tuition and any
other fees listed in ths school ca catalog.
talog. catalog. Parents maks monthly pay payments
ments payments to the tplan and may ar arrange
range arrange school expense contracts
for one to four yewrs. More than
80,000 students in private schools
and colleges in 40 states and
Washington, D. C, have used the
plan in the pait five years, Keir
said in an interview.
He commented on i report
from the Department of Health,
Education and Welfare that some
200,000 of the nation's bast high
school students did not go to col college
lege college for flnanci.l reason.
r'Too often parents and prospec prospective
tive prospective collegians let their emotions
and aspirations outweigh their
judgment. Parents want to give
children of average ability the
'best' college education, generally
at s 'prestige' school, They be believe
lieve believe they can squeak through the
cost of tuition, room and poard,
laboratory and other fees, but
they overlook many incidental ex expenses
penses expenses that can double the actual
cu'-of pocket costs." Keir said.
Tuition, room and board are
highest In the East, he added. The
rait is lower in the Midwest and
Fai West; southern and southt
western Colleges charge the low low-el
el low-el ratfli.
Mos' expensive colleges are Harv Harvard
ard Harvard and Princeton, which charg'e

an additional $250 a week until
she remarries... Some of Broad Broadway's
way's Broadway's ticket brokers plan to pun punish
ish punish the Broadway producers by
not handling tickets to their shows
during the hot summer months
when the theatres need the most
help. It'll be their retaliation for
the producers' "freezing them
out" by selling to many theatre
parties to charity groups and

making it difficult for the brokers!
to get seats for their steady cus customers.
tomers. customers. And the ticket agents are
tired of hearing producers of hit
plays say "Who needs brokersi"
Comedian Don Adams, who's
been appearing on the Steve Al Allen
len Allen program, has given a great
Dig diamond engagement rins to
Dorothy Bracken, the pretty blond
dancer on tne Pat Boone show
"Miss United States," Nancy Ann
Corcoran, is back from her Euro European
pean European trip and looking for TV en engagements
gagements engagements in Gotham.
Janis Paige has bought a new
house in California and one of the
people to whom she hasn't given
her new telephone number is her
ex-husband, writer Artie Stander
although he s been makine a
big pitch for a reconciliation.
In laboratory tests, one of Un
cle Sam's experimental missiles
reached a horizontal land speed
in excess of 9,000 miles per hour
bteve crane and Helen deMa-
ree were chaperoned at Romeo
Salta's by his 16-year-old daugh
ter Cheryl Crane...The new Ivv
League fad the wearing of, mo monocles
nocles monocles by undergraduates is
spreading fast. It was started at
Yale ... Ushers at "Whoon-Un"
have been inviting balcony seat-
noiaers to move down into the or orchestra
chestra orchestra rows to make a tolerable
audience for the performers.
cavern Baker made quite an
entrance at the Village Vanguard
the other night, wearing $5,000
worth of mink bestowed upon her
by comedian Slappy White. But
she refused to confirm the re reports
ports reports that their Mexican vacation
had included a trip to the altar...
Guatemala is rounding ud susDect
ed Communists. More than 3C0
have been arrested and some al already
ready already have been deported.
Flower Of Isthmus
Lodge Installs
New Officers
The flower of the Isthmus Lodge
No. 1 IUOMFS, working under
the jurisdiction of the Isthmian
District Grand Lodge No. 4, con
vened in a special meeting a I their
regular meeting-place last Mon Monday
day Monday for the -installation of officers
for the current year.
Ofcers installed were: Alfredo
Cragwell, illustrative grand; Ar Arthur
thur Arthur Dale,, deputy master; Rodol Rodol-fo
fo Rodol-fo Wright, secretary; Roberto
King, assistant secretary; Leon C.
Brathwaite, treasurer: Mendell
Daley, senior deacon,- Winston
Roberts, junior deacon; George
Smith, liner guard: Egbert
Small, tyler; and Luther Johnson
Chaplain.
At the close of the ceremony,
a program was officiated over by
Edwin Dyett, district grand secre
tary.
The district will visit the Lord
Kitchener Lodge tonight to install
their new administration. All Me
chanics in good standing are in
vited.
about $2,650 a year, not counting
extras, Keir said.
Outside expenses for both p-e-paratory
schools and colleges
range from $200 to more than
$1,000 a year. One pre,p school In
Connecticut charges $2,200 for tui tuition,
tion, tuition, room and board, and s u u-dents
dents u-dents need at least another $800
for spending money.
These extra expenses include
money for transportation betwunn
school and home several times s
year, clothes, club and fraternity
dues and o,her charges, and an-
lenainment such as dances, foot football
ball football weekends and athletic tick tickets.
ets. tickets. "If you can't affcrd hleh rates
and spending money, swallow
your pride and enroll your chil
dren in church r local colleges.
Let them work in summer to
help pay the way, Allow for
emergencies which can daw off
money planned for school." Keir
added.
We're lorry
No Exchange
or Refunds

Mi

GIRL SCOUTS were the No. 1 topic this week when Gov. W. E. Potter met with the new Girl
Scout Executive of the Canal Zone, Miss Iola Arnold, center. She was accompanied on her
initial call at the Governor's Office by Mrs. S. M. HamUtqn, president of the Canal Zone Girl
Scout Council seated at the left. Miss Arnold has Just arrived here to being her new duties as
active head of the Girl Seout work In the Zone.

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THE GOVERNOR of the Province of Panama and the founder of the International Student
Fellowship Program are shown as they called on William B, Potter, Governor of the Canal Zone,
in Gov. Potter's office earlier this week. Cm the left is Jose Calar Escala, Governor of Pana Panama
ma Panama province, who escorted Mrs. Mildred Brown of Buffalo, N.Y., founder of International Fel Fel-lowship.
lowship. Fel-lowship. Inc., and her husband, a director of International Fellowship, on' their call UDon
.Potter. Last August about 21 United States students visited the Republic of Panama and at attended
tended attended Panamanian schools under the Fellowship program, while a number of Panamian stu students
dents students visited the homes of the Stateslders and attended school in the United" States During
her conversation with the Governor, Mrs. Brown said that more than 60 United States students
plan to attend Panamanian schools under the program this year and that there are more it
pllcants in the' United States for the Panamanian phase of the program than can be handled

Honorable Mention On Best-Dressed List

Goes To Everyday American

By GAY PAULEY
NEW YORK (UPI) Nobody
asked me but it's high time that
annual lists of best-dressed t
males included one girl perennial
lw icnored.
She's the American working girl,
who manages a maximum oi cnic
on a minimum of cash.
Each year, yours truly Is among
those 2,500 persons asueo. oy we
New York Dress Institute to vote
on women we think rate special
attention as clothes horses. And
each vear. some of us faithfully
cite the white collar girl. But the
results of the campaign nave neen
oil so far.
Looking over the 1958 list which
came out this week, I find It's
made up of the usual bluebloous,
actresses and others of such sub substantial
stantial substantial means thst if they sren't
beautifully gowned, they should
change courturlers.
Now don't' misunderstand, rm
not suggesting that Mrs. Winston
Guest doesn't belong. She always
ieoks well turned out, but she also
can afford a wardroba from Main Main-bocher.
bocher. Main-bocher.
Or the Duchess of Windsor, who
is dressed by Balenciaga, Dior,
Malnbocher and Desses.
Or Audrey Hepburn, who goes
to Hubert de Gfvenchy of Paris
for most of her costumes.
Okay, let these gals reign si
queens of the fashion world. But
please, dear Dress Institute, can't
we lust one year give a little rec
ognition to Susie Smith, although
her clothes come from the budget
section of the Bon Ton instead of
a Paris salon?
One of those "best dressed will
spend on one ball gown the equiv
alent of Susie's whole yearly
clothes allowance. But Susie also
looks smart, and she's worked
harder at It.
You'll see whst I mean Just by
walking along Fifth Avenue in
New York, or the main drag of
any city inywhefe, on a work

CONTINUES i;ODAY V
Big Bargains! HUGE SAVINGS Fantastic Discounts
don't Miss iti 4 days only

cai2iajiSira'0
4TH OF JULY AVE. & "J" STREET

4

tkt. tern

day. Secretaries, receptionists,
clerks, salesgirls most look as
if they Jut tepped from a band bandbox.
box. bandbox. r
They've learned that one basic
dress plus a few accessory
changes becomes a whole ward wardrobe;
robe; wardrobe; that it costs nothing to keep
hosiery seams straight, skirt hems
even.
It takes only soap, water and
energy to keep blouses, gloves,
collars and cuffs immaculate. And
SHORT NOTICE-Thls street
sign seems to be linking Into
the ground in the Richmond,
Va suburb of Lakeside. The
midget markers are designed
to eliminate neck-craning by
motorists.

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Working Girl

.Susie
may dream of a new mt
irom aaienctaga, but the three-year-old.
one she bought on sale
still looks smart because ner
"find" had classic lines. The hat
came from a hat bar, but the way
she wears it, who could tell it
doesn't carry a "name" label In Inside?
side? Inside? So here Is a salute to the chic
of the working girl. She's on my
best-dressed list, even if she didn1
make the official one this year.
S. Dakota Realtor
Offers Land Trad
To Negro Settlers
, DES MOINES, Iowa (UPI)-An
enterprising South Dakots real
estate man hastened to make it
known that he has "several thou thousand
sand thousand acres" of land available at
a good price for a New Orleans
doctor looking for "cheap" Und
for re-settlement of "unhappy"'
Negroes.
Ed Dorman, manager of the
Western Rsnch and Land Sales
Co,, Academy, S.D., wrote a letter
to Iowa Secretary of State Meivin
Synhorit asking him to forward
the information to the doctor,
Frederick Rhodes.
Synhorst revealed about a week
ago that he received a letter from
Rhodes asking whether there was
any federal homestead land avail-'
able in Iowa for settlement.
Synhorst replied at that time
that there was no such federal
land available in Iowa and had
not been for some 50 years.
In a letter received by Synhorst
Thursday, Formsn said that he
would be grateful if Synhorst
would refer Rhodes to him since
"we have a fine big tract of
South Dakota land suitable for
farming and irrigation."
Open through
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ISTHMIAN CHURCH NOTICES
V

j Church of Christ
' BALBOA: 08SL Balboa Boat
! Sarlca Bundev :" 0
liOO BJ. ,... :
CBiSTUttAk. American Legion HalL
frarvicc Sunday 10:00 ja. 11 00 Je
BIO ABAJO: Uouh Ho. MU lath
. Sunctov 0 v

Unitarian
Baptist
cocqli '" g1"6-
Edmund T'
8:45 4fl
Sunday 00lh;A
Siorum worship
liAKI a-f
7:00 P
ai-ii jonw
WuiU ui Monday
1 Month
riRST BAPTlSt UHUatCH
feVlboa Height. C Z.
7 Ancon Boulevard
Drawer B Balboa Helfbtr
Fbona lialboe 17M 4
William H. Beeby. Paater
Sunday School
Mornlns. Worahlp
Baptiat Training Union
1:10 a m.
10;4S a m
?:30 o m
:M pjn
7:00 p m
fivangaiims D"r,,Ji7
Prayer Meeting. Wednaaday.
W MJS Bible Study Bun
'd&yv '(' j m
Men'a Brotherhood (Lait
Monday In month) .......
liauaJ
t JO pi
FIRST BAPTIST CHUBCH
Margarita Avenue at 6th Street
Tilargarita, Canal Zone
Rev. WandaU C Parker. Pallor
BunU School
Momina Worahlp
Baptiat training Union......
Evening Worahip
Brotherhood, Tueadaye
prayer Servlcea. Wednatdaya
WM.U. lit Ire) Frldaya
SJU R.A, unbaina,
;tt a m
U:00 a m
?:30 6.m
Ai p.m
1:00 ojn
. 7:00 pm
rridaya
Salvatioti Army
OioD-0iiomlnaltonal Eyamellrne
Meettoga)
PANAMA CITY
Major Mra. W. Blihop
15 February Street, Phone: II 10054
11:00 HoUneaa Meeting
1:00 Sunday School
7:80 Salvation Meeting
PABAISO. C.Z. m
Envoy Mrs. C. U Moaeley
Guiana Street
11:00 Holinesa Meeting
COLON CENTRAL
Sr. Captain A Mrs. H. Grant
14th Street. Phone 38-743
110 Holinesa Meeting
1:00 Sunday School
7:30 Salvation Meeting
COLON THIRD STREET
Sr. Captain S. Taylor
11:00 Holiness Meeting
-1:00 Sunday School -7:30
Salvation Meeting
RAINBOW CITY. C-Z.
Envey J. Olll
3:00 Sunday School
7:30 Salvation Mtating
Union Churches
BALBOA
Th Kav. Oscar W. Olaen, Partar
Balboa Road at San Pablo Street
Pastor's phona 1-14M
Church office las
9:10 .m.Chureh School FrO but
larvlet. Class e lor all ages.
10:10 a.m-Worship Service -Church
Tuna Kerr Hour tar Ktadargirten
and Prlmanr Children. Chureh-Tim
CradM Roll and Nursery.
:00 p.m.-Pot High Fallowlhlp,
6:80 .rnr-$;00 p.m. Junior HIgn
Fellowship.
7:00 p Senior High Fellowihlp.
MARGARITA
MargarlU Ave, and Bolivar Hwy.
Rev. Theodore t. Franklin Pastor
Phones: Office. 3-2842. Rea, 1-1401
Sunday Barrlcea) M '' A
t:45 a.m. Churcn School. Bus serried.
Classes: Nursery through adult
JHOO a m, Moping Worahlp.
;fliirf an- ftw Inlants- and email chil children,
dren, children, 1:00 p.m. Junior Fellowship.
: pm Youth Fellowship. ...
A corn plate schedule of aunlllsry ac
tlvltlta and official meetings, as an an-nouncad
nouncad an-nouncad from week to weesi.
CRrr!0Wa11iir M. 'fJ- N
:W a.m inday
10:40 a,. Morning Wrshlp,
- itflelal meetlnll" and wesk-dap af
Vltlaa f annnunced y (

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yalsaUtlAej
V WiJg
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1 f AOMO
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- Charsba A Mar IMm In Hi Canal Xeae, aed iM tarinlnal clhw
aw dnk'im writ By Wednaaa'av mm at the latest of any chana
far th miaf Satardafl chimii V v
MiiMm, church (MratarhM ad chaplain! era atkaa ta Urofm tka
f Paaaau aat Calaa. RaaabUa al Faaaaia, ata4 a walcama at all
tiata ta: aa aai waiwaa a4 ha arma4 aanrJaat. aaa fa civilkaa aaah aaah-bt.
bt. aaah-bt. friaaai aaa traar.
At aarviaa. Tha Panama Amarican Utr halaw, danomi danomi-ajaMana.
ajaMana. danomi-ajaMana. aallcat at haart el warthia and athai raaulai actlvitiaa.
v Liatinat ara ratataa) ttaaa Nnja tiana OaMminattant havini onh
an at twa anifjaiam ara hataa" aaaai "Othai Charchaa 6 Sarxieai
A aaatial Urtiaa la iaclva'aa tar larvkat al Arm paata, Ait Ferca baiaa
ana Naval ttatlaa,

Catholic
If ife V'M 1'HlllU'H.
Sundai Uawxx' 1M. 1:00. 10:00 ana
11:00 a.m.
Hour Day Maanaai a, 141. UM
and i:00 p.m
Conlaeolona. Saturday, o
and 7:0 to 1 00 am Tbumdaj bafnrr
rirar fridajr. 7t to 1.-00 i
MiraoulotM Madal Nwranai 1o P
ito Monday v
Catachlam elaM' afta tha $ oaaa
on Sunday -'
Blia School Stud Qua M Ma an
Wadnaaday
SACKED rUABI Ann
Sunday Haanaa. tit, 740 t-SO a m.
Hots Day auiMaai 15 a m anJ 1:00
'Cooieiona. Saturdar lo 0 and
IM t" 8:00 pm. Tburaday oaf or firal
Friday :00 p.m. mM
Sasred Haarl Dovbtloaai liOO pm an
Catachlam Claaai 1:11 la e:a J an
rburaday.
OUR LADY Or KATIMA Carnado
Sunday Maaa al :00 a.m.
Hnlu nB Man at 1:30 D.m.
Ceniaaaionai :00 to (:tt pjn on Sat-
CaUctalam CImi Saturday M t
10
ST. JOSKPB-raralao
Sunday Maaaea at 7.-00 and S:ll a.m.
Holy Day Maa at 6:00 p.m.
waaaaay una: .-.
Confaaalorut
Saturday : JO to 4:10 and
A in 7 -5ft
Cateealam cimii aunoay aw
p.m.
Mlneuloua Medal Novenai
7tr p m
on Friday.
Convert Inatructlonai Thuraday
1:00
8T. VINCENT'S Panama City
Sunday Massed: 6:00 and 1:30 a m.
unl. r Hmub: a:M and 1:00 D.m
(Itit tali on Saturday the Mama are
a:O0 and e:an a m i
Conteuiona: Saturday 1:00 to 1:00 and
J:00 to 8:00 p m Tnuradya befora Flrat
Friday 7:so p.m
Mlraeuloua Medal Novana and Sta
n thm Crsaa: Friday 7 10 P-Rt
Catechism CUaa: After M maaa on
Sunday
Convert Clam, f dO p.m. Tuoaday and
ST. THERESA'S CocoU
Mm cm aA am.
Holv bay Mam: tKW OA (It It (alls
on Saturday-! -JO a.in.1
Catechism ciami a w v m
Cnfeaslonai 1.00 to l:0 a.m. bWiday.
1. JOHM BAPTIST OB LA SALU
Parque l,ef evre
q. ih.i mum: JH and 1:10 a.m.
u7u 'd... Maaa: 1:10 Hon.. Thurs
Mi i c 04m itvlHav maaa 1 1:00 a.m.
ui fa Maasea 6:00 am to 6.00
'V
( ConJtatlonat 1:10 to and liOO to
8:00 pm, on Saturday. :
uiramiisua Medal Novana i Friday too
"'catechism Clam: 1:30 pm on Sundajf
ai. rHEsrawi .iea
Convert Class: Monday 7:30 p.m.
Sunday Masai 7:00 a.m.
u.i.. ft. Slaaa' S'30 a.m.
Con (-Ion.: Saturday to 730 pm
rhnradav before First Friday 00 pm,.
Catechism Clam: S:U pm. m u"iay
Sacrad Heart lveni- T:00 p m. or
Convart Clami 630 pm on Thursday
ATLANTIC SIDR
ST. JOIEPH'S Colea
Sunday atassaat :. SiOgandtaijj;.,
Holy Day Masses: 8:45 and 1:00 m
ConiMsiSnT:' Saturday 4:00 to 1:00 and
'!MirieuiousPiladw Navenai WadhOsday
618 and 7:00 pjn.
Sacred Heart Novana: Friday 7:15 pm
Sunday Evening Services 7:00
Convert Clam: 1:15 p m on Monday
and Thursdays ;
Catethism CU: uhdy loai a.m. to
11:41 am. 1:00 p.m. to 4:00 pm.
First Frldr-Kxp,lt,1,B M01 "!'
ed Sacrament an day po-ioon at i
a.m. Saturday morning. -.
First Saturday uevotiona w our waoy
of Fatlroa-Tha Holy Bosary-:00 a. m.
rimmt rmnmiiHiMi fnetruMlons for ehlU
dren Monday and Thursday 140 to
:00 pjn.
MiB.Artti.ftua mctjaL-. Cristobal
Sunday Maaseai IM, 1)0 and lOilOain.
Holy Day Masseai 6:0ft iM IJn. and
:ia p.m- , j- x
Conftssionii asuirasy tw wi ana
i -oo to pm. After tUmary Men v-
ulna
Mlraeuloua MMai nevanai an ma
7:00 pm. on Monday.
Catechism Class: Atev IM kUSS n
lunday.
Flrat mqay Ksposinen an aay auru'f
UlS ocnooi war,
First Saturday I Mas at 1:00 M,
HOLY fAMILY CHURCH In Margarita
Sunday Massesi tow, i-ju, ii:w
First Saturday Masai 1:00 a.m.
Weekday Mass;
Saturday ., 7:00 p.m. tor
Miraculous Medal Nnvant
Holy Day Masses- Ti3 am,
Confession .. aitt p.m. to
every Monday
Parish Family Rosary and
Benediction- .,
every Wednnday,
Discussion Inquiry Group
varv Friday.
1:00 a m
W pm
I JO p m
1st Friday
1st Saturday
uevotions
7:00 d.m
Devotion
t:0 p m.
T vtait'ttNTa-.BalnboW CKt
Sunday Mssai' P liOO
Heiy Dty Ma :M
' c'enfesslfms; 4:00 I ti0 fad life) M
1:00 laryrdiy.
Ctfaehlsm Clam: I6i4l a.sa. a tuDdat
Cf.vart Clasa-tvdrF Monday a f.M
' Mlneuloua Madai Haven tlM .f
oji Ajesdy
Sacred Heart vrii 13 JK i
Friday H
IMMACULATB CONCEPTION -Carta
Sunday Mass- 1:15 a.m
Holy Day Maa: 540 o m.
Conto"onj; : to t 00 p m on al
urday. ". .,
, Catethism Clas' diOh pm on Mdndiv
puR-tint or 4.00D counsel
a-Oambaa
Sundaf Maaa: 10 and 1:M a.m.
ply t Msssasi :v gm and 1:00
m
Conieatteni Saturday at im pm and
after ill evening devotions.
i an wviiiiiB aes
Baptism by appoii
Baptisma by ippolntmtnt, M
lraeti talis alarial Namm,.i
in luasaajr
acred Hat Nvn
Friday,
,at an
Sunday School) 110 pm. t Sunday
Religious InatrutihMi Ola tar Chll
dren. 4:00 p.m a thuraday.
RtllalOU InMructfon far adults (Can.
dueled W Snsnlshl; tioO p.m m
day

1:00 p m
f:00 p.m
h is

Convtrt
ion by appointment

InsWucflori

Episcopal

Tilt (I an I Htbet tioodan. LT D
Tbe Very Rev. Mainart i Pelersen.
8.T B. Dean
THE CATHEDRAL OP ST. LUKA
SUNDAYS
SUNDAYS
740 axa Holy Communion.
1:15 am Church School (Holy Com
munlun 3rd Sunday.
1:10 am Santa Communion, ara bun
Z ..
Eacueia uuminica war u
11 KM ajn Monuni Prayer and Ser
mon. Holy Communion 1st Sunday.
- 7 OO p.m Evening service.
WKUNfcoUAYS
JO am Holy Communion
1 :00 n n Evening Prayer.
HOLY DAYS
6:00 a Holy Communion.
1:10 am Holy Communion.
DAILY
1:11 a a. Morruna Pray as
l':00 Ml.-d Missionary Prayer.
COCOU
Church at St Andrew
The Rev William W Baldwin.
Priaat to Cnarie
SUNDAYS
Holy Communion ......... I -JO am
Family Prayer and
Churcn School t JO a .re
I Also Holy Communion tnd.
Mornlns Prayer Sermon 11.00 a.m
Sunday each month.
WEDNESDAYS
Holy Communton pot a
COROIAL
Chapel at Tha Geod Shepherd
Tha Rev Clarence W. Hayea,
Priaat bs Charge
FRIDAYS
8:00 a.m. Morning Prayer.
(H.C. tint Friday each Month).
(JAMBOA (JAMBOA-ai
ai (JAMBOA-ai Blmne'i ChnSiik
The Rev. John Soear Priest In Charge
Choral Eucharist and Bar.
siiNiiAVa
mon (w a.m
Church School 1:00 pm
Episcopal Young Churchmen 5:00 p m
Evensong and Sermon t.DO p.m
MONDAYS. TUESDAYS.
and FRIDAYS
Mnmina Pravae ana noiv
Communion :M a m
Evening Prayer Ixw p.m
Woman's Auxiliary, and ana
WEDNESDAYS THURSDAYS
HnW Communion 7:00 am
Morning Prayer 1:00 a.m
Evening Prayer 7:00 p.m
eafimnav
family Eucharist a:wi am
Office of CompUne ........ f .00 pan
LA BOCA
at Patee'a Church
The Re. John Spear. Priaat to .Charge
Morning Prayer ana cnurea
School : -m
mnn 10:10 a.m
Confirmation Class 1:30 a.m
Choral Eucharist and Bar
Holy Baptism
Evensong and Addraas
3rd MONDAYS
Woman's Auxiliary ...
12:00 noon
, 7 JO p m
, 1 JO pjn
THURSDAYS or FEAST DAYS
Holy Communion ........ 1:00 m
PALO SECO
Chapel of the Holy Comforter
Ven L. B Shirley. Priest la Charge
THURSDAYS
1:30 a m, Holy Communion.
MARGARITA
Church of St. Margaret
Espave and Brazoa Blvd.
The Rev. Edwin C. Webster
SUNDAYS
7:30 a.m, Holy i Communion,
1:30 a m. Church School Service.
11:00 a.m. Morning Prayer. (Holy
Communion first Sunday of
the month)
THURSDAYS and HOLY DAYS
9:00 a.m. Holy communion.
PARAISO
The Rev, Alton R. Wentt,
Priest In Charge
The Rev. David A Osborne,
vicar Emeritus
SUNDAV' .
4:00 e-iit cnorai Eucnarun at nnun
1:30 a m. Infant Baptism,
1.00 nm Church School
10 pm Youth Fellowship
i is im nvananno and Address
2nd and 4th WEDNESDAYS
1 jo pin woman s Auxiliary ana hi hi-hu
hu hi-hu Guild Meetini,
PANAMA CITY
St Pad's Church
Phe Vtn Lemuel B Shinev, Reetor
The Rev. Carlton O. Morales. Asst.
Bu(gt'i
6:00 a.m. Holy communion
00 a.ai Suni Eucharist A Sermon
lOiak a i Mornlnp rraver and Churcn
School
(2 0ft nrt Holy Baptism
7 '00 i,m Solemn Vesper
(held r Bulldln. 131)
rUESUAV
1:30 s m Holy liommunlan
7 JO pm. Evening Prayer nd Sermon
WEDNESDAY!
:M 4 at Holy Communion
7:00 p.m. Evening Prayer
THUPJuilAYS AND FRIDAYS
6.30 f m Hol Communion 1
HOLY DAYS
oo a.m. Holy Communion.
CHRIST CHURCH BY-THE-lEA
Colon, RP.
(ODDoslt Hotel Washington)
Th Rev. J. fetor Farmer, Reeter
The Rev. Henry A. Blk, AMlstont
IunjSay
6:00 a.m. Holy Communion
7:30 p,m. Dolemn Evenionl A Sermon
8:30 i.m- Morrtlni Prayer
1:00 a.m. Choral Eucharist tnd Mrmap
10:30 im. Churh School
MONDAY. TUESDAY A THURSDAY
6:40 aJM. Morning Pryer
:00 a.m. Holy Communion
1:00 p m, Evening Prayer
WEDNESDAY
1:40 nv Morning Prayer
1:00 a m. Holy Communion
7:10 p m, Evening Prayer A Addras
FRIDAY
1:40 a.m. Morning Prayer
9 00 a.m. Children' Eucharist
5:00 pm. EvtnlPPriyr
SATURDAY
8:40 a m, Morning Pray
00 a m. Holy Communion
1:00 pn. Evenlni Prayer
7:10 fc.m. Offlc ot Complin.
, Rib ARAJO
St Chrfstophrr Chnrek
lOUi Street. Peraub Lefevre
Th Clarenee W Hnm,
Pfteet In Char
The Rev Ciarcnr A., Ci
rgwB.
Aaalatant
tVNDAYI
a on a m Hole rrnnmunlofl.
7:30 m Sung Eucharist and SXrmon.

to JO am. Morning Pray and Church month.

. SchooL

11 .DO now Holy BapUaa.
i w pjn acfwoni ana Barman.
Mondays
T Jo om in aaO.Srd. woman a Auxl'
Uarv
ruesuAvs
fjopai Junior Daughtara af uh
730 ojb Youth raUownbiD.
WEDNESDAYS
8 :00 a m Holv Communion.
1 40 o m Evening Prayer and Rcllglour
inKinicuona
rHUKSDAYS
(:00 pa Clrla fHtndlJf Boclety.
8.00 D.m 1st -and trd. Slnaletont
SATURDAYS
130 a A Junior Confirmation Claaa.
Othei Churches
CHURCH Of THa. MAEAHKNB
44S fraligipanl St rtiiiou C 2
kcv. timer u Nelson. Pastor
Box 297 Balboa. C.Z.
fel 211601
.. w .tt a m
.. 10 45 am
... 6:4ft pm
,.. 7:30 pm
7 JO p m
Sunday School
Worship Service
Youth Service
evangelistic Service ..
Prayer Service Wed.
METHODIST
Sunday: t a.m. Panama Wesley
iq:jo a.m bunday School.
" 1:15 p.m. Evangsllcsl Service
and Se mr
Sunday 7 a.m. Parelso
lu ajn. faraiso sunaay ncnooi
" 7:15 p.m. Paralao Evangelical.
Service.
METHODIST NOTICES
Sunday. Oct. 19th I a.m. Rev. Victor
John Watson 8.D. 7 p.m. Mr. A. A
Lovell. :
Monday, Oct. 20th 6:30 p.m. Prepa
ration Claas. Mr. Geo. Mitchell. 7:30
p.m. Prayer meetini Mr. Pearl Ford
Tuesday. Uct. 21st 7:30 a.m. Clrls
League. Mrs. K. King.
rriaey i:su p.m cnoir rracuoe.
CHURCH OgTHB NAZARENE
Margarita School Gymnasium
Paator Ralph L. Hyaong
Write: Box 5019 Margarita, C.Z
Phone: 1-1583
Sunday School 1:45 t m.
Momina Worship 11:00 a m
Evening Service 7:10 p.m
RATIONAL BAPTIST CHUBCH
Panama BJ 83rd Street Cast
Rev N Browa. Minister
Divine Worahip 1:80 bjb
Sundav School 1:00 a.m
Sunday Maaaea T. 7:41 11:45
Rio Abajo, Ri.
Sunday School
I:00
p.m
JtHOVAH'S WITNESSES
Mtetlnn Thursday at 7.30 p.m. and
Sundays at 4:00 pm. Win Memorial
306 Bslbua Road Balboa,
CHURCH OP JESUS CHRIST OP
LATTER DAY SAINTS (Mormon)
Chapel on Balboa Road
Priesthood Meeting: Sunday 8:10 a.m
Sunday School, Sunday 10:00 a.m.
Sacrament Meeting; Sunday 6:00 p.m
Relief society; Tuesday :oo a.m.
MIA: Wednesday 7:30 p.m.
Primary; Thursday 4:00 pjn.
Telephone Balboa 4227.
Atlantis Branch
Building 200. Schoolhousa Road. Oatun
Rimriav School: Sundav 1:30 a.m.
Sacrament Meeting: Sunday 11:00 a m
CURUNDU PROTESTANT CHURCH
"A Warm Hearted Church"
Milton k.. L1dl, Minister
Phone Res. 83-7116 OL 13-5101
Sundey School 0J0 SJn
I A class for every scs)
Morning Worship 110 a.m.
Youth Fellowship 6:00 p.m
Eeventng Worship T:00 pm
Prayer and Prafs Wd.) 7:00 pm
A churcn nuraay in provioeo.
rOLll CATHOLIC CHUBCH
St Raphael The Archangel
lath St Weal No. 1
Hnlv Biieharist: Sundav at I AO a.m.
Tuesday. Wednesdays end Thursdays
D jo am.
Sacrament oi Unction (Healing S
vice) First Sunday ci each month
7 JO em
Moont Ua libel ChruHaa Charab
Panama R, P
Rt Rev T Mna D. D BUhop
offlriatina.
Morning devotion 6:00 a m
S-.llnmahln Worshln 11:00 a.m
Sunday School 3:00 p m,
THE CHRIST ADELPHIAJtB
fanama District
Mrout Hall. Rainbow City
Sunday School tm
Morning Service 10 a.m
Adult Bible Classes each
Monday at 7:30 D.m
ntvlna Harvlra 7:30 Ml
Visitors ara weicom at an services
and classes.
BAHAI'S CENTER
M Flret au-ael
UTbanlzaelAn El Carmen. Panam City
informal Talks and Discussions
Thursdays ,.1:00 pm
Colon, 8th A Front Streets
(upstair American Baaaar)
Study Class Thursdays, 7 JO o.m
BETHEL MlSSIOlt CHURCH
Espalaba St., Paralao, C.Z.
Rev Waldana H Stewart, Pastor
Sunday: 11:00 am Worship Service.
3:00 p.m. Sunday School.
7:15 p.m. Gospel Service
Monday : 7 :30 Young People' Society
Wednesday: 7:30 Mid-week Chrlatian
Fellowship,
Thursday t Bipv Wioi. Kenetrsd.
Friday: 7 JO Women's Missionary So
ciety.
THE CHURCH OF OOD
15 St. Parque Lefevre, Rio Abajo
A, J. Anvlck Overseer
Sis. C. Weeks, Pastor
Sunday Morning Worship 11:10
Sunday School 3:00 p.m.
Sunday Night Service 7:30.
Weekly Service. Nights: Monday
Wednesday and Friday.
THE CHURCH OF GOD
16th St. (Monte Oscuro Rd.)
Rio Abslo
Rev. William J, Johnson Pastor
Sunday School 9:30 a.m
Morning Worship 10:30 a.m
Sunday Night Service .... T:30 pm
THE CHURCH OF GOD v
7038 Eighth St., Colon
Mrs. L. C- Donaldson, Pastor
Sunday School 1:30 a m
Morning Worship 10:30 a.m
Sunday Night Service .... 7;30 p.m
THE CHURCH OP OOD
New Providence
Mr. M. Hlnes Pastor
Sunday School 10:00 s.m
Morning Worship 11:00 a.m.
Sundsy Night Service .... 7 :30 p.m
FIRST CHURCH" OP GOD
Car. Jamaica & Trinidad Sta.
Rainbow City
Rev. William Livingston. Pastor
tunday School ,,,, 9,30 am
lorning Worship ,.. 10:30 am
Sunday Night Service .... 7:30 p.m
community" chapel
Diablo Htllhts. C.Z.
(near Dlahlq school)
Rev. Carl V. Thompson. Minister
Bex 38, Diablo Hsleht C.Z.
Phones: Horn. Gsmboe 117
Church Balboa 1271
Sunday acnooi
I0o m
11:00 a m
7 :00 p m
7 30 im
Worship 6rvlco
Youth Service
Evangellsll JlerVIc
Wednesday:; Bible Study
no rrayar pervic
... IM PPI
I
Lutheran
REDEEMER LUTHERAN CHURCH
Balboa Road at Wight Street
Rv, Robert F. Gurjlrk, pastor
P.O. Box 61. Balboa.
Sunday Bohool. Bible) Class I .ra,
Divlna Service 10:15 e.m
Holy Commtmlon, first Sundy of th
month.
Anemic atae
Caea tele Chspel
Mr. Frederick HHrb, Vlcsr
nivlne' aerviee It a.m.
Hoi Communion, last Sunday ot th

iewish

Jrwii-i welfare. Board Bid l.l.X La
due .loan Balboa. C t Rtbbi Nathan
likli. Unecior.
Servico .Friday. 1 JO ojn Saturoav
Jl o m
tSee ae ustinaa et newish service
under Pnata Bases and Stations).
Const tamion Hoi Shearlth uraei Ave.
alas C'ib and 16th Street Bella Vista
Kinam City Service 1:00 om
Christian Scientist
Chrlatian Science Churchee
First Church of Chrlat, Scientist, Ancon
MM) Ancon Boulevard
Sundsy services 11:00 ajn. Sunday
School 9:30 a.m.
Wednesday 8:00 p.m.
Reading Room 808 Balboa Road Open
daily except Sundey end holidays from
8:30 to 11:30 a.m. and 1:30 to 5:00 p.m.
Saturday: 1:30 to 11:80 a.m.
evening Hours e:uo to a m p.m. except
weaneeoays ana aevuraays.
FIRST CHURCH OF CHRIST
SCIENTIST, Cristobel
All church services will be held in
the Ground Floor Room of the Masonic
Temple In CrlstOtal (next door to the
Margarita Florist). Entrance la on Bal
boa Avenue tnrougn ine Arceoe.
Sunday service 11:00 a.m.
Wednesday Evening Teatimonial Meet
ing 8:00 o'clock.
Sunday School is held at 9:30 a.m.
Readlna Room Hours Monday 2:00
to 4:00 p m. Wednesdsy 6:00 to 7:13
o.m.
You are eoraiauy invuea u aiiena
the services snd to use the Reeding
Room.
Posts and Bases
PACIVIC SID.
Protestant
FORT AMADOM
Sundey School
Morning Worship .
Church-time Nursery School
1:09
10 0(1
10:00
FORI CLAri'ON
Sunday School (Building No
126 1
Morning Worahlp
Thursday Evening Mid-Week
Service
Youth Fellowship Sunday ....
:0U
10 J
1:30
6:00
FORI KOBBI
Sunday School 1:00
Morning Worship 10:30
Evening Worship 7"
Worahlp Service Madden Wye 71
Worship Service. Rio Hato .... t lb
Christian Youth Fellowship .... 1:00
Soldier's Fellowship Thurs. ., 7:00
Officer's Christian union Thurs. 1:06
ALHKUOK AIR FORCA BASS,
Sunday School 3U
Adult Bible .Class (NCO Club).. 1:30
Momina Worship ...... 1:30 A 10:41
Youth Fellowship 6:30
US. NAVAL STATION. Rodman
Sunday School :3V
Morning Worship 11:00
Holy Communion First Sunday
of Month)
15th ND HEADQUARTERS CHAPEL
Morning Worship
(Holy Communion First Sunday
of Month).
Naval Radio Station. Summit...
Catholic
1:00
6:00
FORT AMADOR
Daily Mass
Sunday Masaea
Confessions, Saturday
Sunday
FORI CLAYTON
Dally Maaa
Sunday Masses
Confessions Saturday
FORT KOBBI
Daily Mass
Saturday Msssee ...
Sunday Messes ..;'..
6:30
8:30
7:30
1:21
6:45
1:00
7:00 A
6:30 A
1:00 A
.7:45 &
1:30 A
1:00
1:15
1.00 A 11:45
Mondsv Novene Devotions
7 J(l
Confessions Siturdiy.. 6:00 A
7:30
COROZAL
Sunday Mass 10:36
ai.uwiidr aim ranee base
Daily Maaa 6:00
Saturday Maas 7:00
Sunday Masse ., 7:45 A 12 00
Bpaniaa
Novens Services-Tuesday ....
. Confessions-Saturday
U.S, NAVAL STATION. Rodman
7 (Hi
7:0t
7:0V
Sunday Maas :. 1:30
Jawtak
FORT KOBBI
Saturday 1:00
USO-JWB. Balboa
Friday 7 31
ALBKOOK AIR FORCE BASE
Saturday 4:00
USO-JWB (Balboa)
Saturday .,.. 6:10
Vntic side
Vrotesteni
FORT DAVIS,'
Sundsy So'iool Bldg. 253 ....
Morning orshlp
Prayer fellowship Bldg. 253
Tuesday
KYBB-Wednesday-Post -hapcl
Choir Prsctici Wednesdsy
Post Chapel
1:00
10:30
7:09
1:3
1:30
FORT GULICK
Sunday School
Morning Worship
Youth Fellowship, Sundsy ....
Bible Study, Wednesdsy
Ladies Chapd Guild, let Thurs.
1:30
10145
1:80
7:30
1J0
U.S. NAVAL STATION. Coco Solo
Sunday School 1:1
Morning Worship 11:00
Holy Communion First Sunday
of Month)
Catholic
FORT DAVIS
Daily Mass 7:00
Sundsy Mass 1:10
Confessions: Saturday 6:00
Sunday ,, 1:45
FORT GULICK
Sunday Mass ...
Dally Mass
Saturday Mass ...
Confessions (Sat.)
. :0 and 0 30
4:0
11:30
12:00 and 6:30
US NAVAL STATION, Coco Solo
Daily Mass
' Saturdsy Mas
Sundsy Maaa
4:00
8:80
1:00
COCO SOL1TO
Sunday Mass
11:30
Jewish
Fort guuck
Tuesdey
l:l
Oresk Orthode
Qreck Orthodox services ar conduct,
ed at the Church of th Anunclation.
Via Beli-rlo Porra", San Francisco da
la Calais, Panama City, K.P.. and al
th Church of St, Anthony, Avemda
Meinds, Colon, R.P., an j Hamate Bun.
call th Ofile al Ih Army Chaplain
I.-3UI.
daya at 2:30. For further Information
Seventh Day
Adventist
Weakly Services in sU churches
aa follawai
lATUKDAYt
Sabbath school t:io am,
Divine Service 11:00 e.m.
Youth' Meeting 4:10 p.m.
WEDNESDAY:
aibi Study an praytt Service
I M p.m
Pacifl Sid pan!
Pastor W H, Wllr-Tl 21-1-1506
Cabo Vrde, Av J F de ) Oa
No 17 Chorrlllo 15th N 17 Pue.
bio Nueve 1A Bt. between Ird nd 4th
Bit. KIO ADBIO lltP NP. fl liimbOg
and rtuei.
Paater G. P, Williams Tel. 0180
Pastor A. A Orltsle Tel. 6-102
Spanish Cbarch pgeUle Side PanaasA
Pastor Norperto qulroi
PanmV Cll Dridn N. 1
Pedregal A Nuevo Qulrard,
Atlantis Bid
Paster a. A, Jeffrt-Tl. MI26L
olnn
Crlstebll English
lth A Bolivar Av.
Cristobal Si
nlshllth A Bolivar Ave
etttral Office:
0844 Gfvllan Road-Tol. 1-1151 A 11531

MEMBERS of the "Rolling Along
brook Air Force Base. They will

tre at 7:30 p.m. tomorrow, Cummings Hall, 15th Naval District,

Theatre at 7 p.m. on Sunday.
Following the holy Eucharist at
St. Peter's Church in La Boca to
morrow mornine. the annual mem
ben meeting will be held in the
Damn hall. The Rev. John Spear,
priest in charge, will preside the
meeting, ana fdWSi; uiftawer.
ine regain wCharr-
Inchided on"' the Igenda is the
election of vestrymen to assist the
priest in administering the affairs
of the church and of lay delegates
to the coming district convocation.
Reports will be rendered by the
secretaries of the Woman's Auxi Auxiliary,
liary, Auxiliary, Cho r Guild and Order of
Saint Vincent covering' their acti activities
vities activities for the past year, besides
a financial report from the parish
treasurer.
The Eucharist, marking the
first Sunday after the Epiphany,
will be a choral celebration com commencing
mencing commencing 10:30 i.m., preceded by
morning prayer.
The usual mid-week communion
is listed for Pedro Miguel pn Fri Fri-diy
diy Fri-diy morning it 9:30.
BETHEL MISSION
Paraita
Tomorrow it 11 a.m. the Rev.
David Howard of the Latin Am American
erican American Seminsry in Costa Rica
will be the guest preacher at the
Bethel Mission Church.
The Rev. Howard, in compjnv
with George Taylor, another teach
er of the seminary, is on deputa deputation
tion deputation work in Panami for a fewl
days. Members and friends are In Invited
vited Invited to attend this lervice.
Other services for the day will
Include memoriil service at 4
p.m. for the lite Angelina Dixon
who died one year ago ind
evangelistic lervice at 7:15 p.m.
The evangelistic service it will
be the beginning of week of re revival
vival revival lervlcei at which different
visiting ministers will be the
preachers.
Special rnusle will be rendered
by a revival choir, the King's Tour
and soloists.
A cordial invitation is extend
ed to tha general public.
Reds Move Bigger,
More Guns Into
Action Of Quemoy
TAIPEI, Formosa (UPI)-Artil-lery
txperti nld yesterdiy the in intensity
tensity intensity of the latest Chinese Com Com-munist
munist Com-munist bombardment of the Que Que-moyi
moyi Que-moyi indicated the Reds had
moved more nd bigger gum Ino
the coiital res opposite the
Nationalist-held offshore islands.
The Nationalist Defense Minis Ministry
try Ministry reported that the Red guns
fired 13,404 roundi it 'the uue-
moyvWatoMCUy- It wh tne Di Digest
gest Digest bombardment of t Islands
lims Nov. 3 whin nearly 40,000
rounds wera fired.
There hu been no official re-
port on cgiualtles. However,
heavr civ Han casualtieg we re
(eared. Villagei throughout the is
land! were reported hit tome
with incendiary shells.
NitionalUt artillerymen on Que
moy claimed to have scored ai
rect hits and silenced 14 Commu
piit gum and destroyed another
H Eun positions on the mainland
In Widneidiy'i exchange.
Red gum were silent today in
ecoHance with the Communist
even number day cease-sire.

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80 Spanish SUNDAY SCHOOL English 9:30
One of the alms of our S.8. is to increase attendance
by 25. Come with the family to a friendly S.S. We are
large enough to serve you yet small enough to know you.
In every class the Bible is taught using the best materials
arid methods.
1 1 .00 "SEPARATED TO BE UNIFIED"
The N. T. teaching of the church needs to be unders understood
tood understood by Chlstlana today. There are those who still
divide from the body of Christ. We have been called
to peace. What is the relation of one Christian to anoth another
er another and all the members of the Boby of Christ?
6:00 JET CADETS and HIGH SCHOOL
7:00 "CHRIST, OUR HIGH PRIEST"
The Scripture tells us that Christ the only person
that can forgive sin. In the O. T. God used priests as
the example of One to come in the N.T. Read Hebrews 5
and bring your friends with you.
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8:20 10:40 "THE WORST TRAGIDY THAT
COULD HAPPEN TO YOU."
Oeat trauldlei have rocked this earth and the oeo oeo-ple
ple oeo-ple in it; but none of these will compare to the pos possibility
sibility possibility of an eternity without Christ.
CHILDREN'S CHAPEL 10:40 Rohart L. Snyder
9:30 SUNDAY SCHOOL (Claie for allaiei)
Your enrollment In this school will mean careful
Bible teaching for the whole family. Christian fel fellowship,
lowship, fellowship, growth in the Christian life, opportunity to
serve the Lord, and a new and vital Christian out outlook
look outlook on life.
6:30BAPTIST TRAINING UNION
On the )ob trainine is a vital teachlnc nrocess, and
it exactly deicribes our union. A department for tha
entire family.
7:30 0MIN0 IN LATE"
James, the brother ot our Lord Jeius Chrlat, did not
become a Chrlatian until after the reaurrectlen. Listen
to how muqh he mlaaed bv "Comina In Late."
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V SATURDAY, JANUARY It, 195J
Bardstown Heads Field of 15
In $50,000 Tropical 'Cap
Powells Whip Bells 13 fo 9
In Mouhl Hope Slugging Be

FAGI SIX

Marlboro Beats CartaVieia To Take Second PlacemProLooK
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Robbie Outpitches Slack
To Score Fifth Victory
By J. J. HARRISON Jr.

ARMED FORCES
LITTLE LEAGUE
OPENS MONDAY
At 4:30 p.m. on Monday, Jan Jan-aary
aary Jan-aary 12, Colonel Cecil Himes, At Atlantic
lantic Atlantic Area commander, will step
up to the mound at the Little
League Field at Fort Gulick and
officially open the Atlantic Arm Armed
ed Armed Forces Little League season as
he hurls the first pitch across home
PlAfter the traditional ceremonies,
emceed by First Lieutenant Paul
E Bugas, league president, the
Rams, sponsored by VFW Post
100 and the Tigers will march on
the field to recite the Little
League's pledge.
This, the second season of Atlan Atlantic
tic Atlantic Side participation, is expect expected
ed expected to prove as successful as the
first when the Cubs won the Can Canal
al Canal Zone Championship last year.
The league is composed of four
teams: Raiders, Rams, Rangers
and Tigers. Each team will play
two halves of 12 games each. The
first half will begin Monday and
end Tebruary 21, to be followed
immediately by the second half.
All games will be played at the
Little League Field, Fort Gulick,
with weekday games starting at
4:30 p.m. and Saturday games at
3 p.m.
The prospects for a highly suc successful
cessful successful and entertaining season
are bright, as pre season pract ce
and exhibition games have spot spotlighted
lighted spotlighted the outstanding players of
each team, indicating a well-balanced
league.
During the Canal Zone's Little
League opening ceremonies on
January 3, the Atlantic Rangers
defeated the Puerto Rican Lions
from Curundu, by a score of 2 to
0 in a two-inning exhibition game.
Players by names and teams
are listed as follows:
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The Raiders, managed by Serg Sergeant
eant Sergeant First Class Gilbert C. Edler
and coached by Master Sergeant
Hector Garcia and Sergeant First
Class James E. Stillwell. The
RAiders roster lists Benjamin Ve Vega,
ga, Vega, Aidde Gomez, Carlos Betanc Betanc-es,
es, Betanc-es, Leslie Smith, Luis Valencia,
Harry Morrison, Charles Morton,
Peter Evans, Herminio Casanova,
Hector Contreras, Frank Edgar,
Kenneth Lebel, Hector Garcia,
Cris Woeggons and Patrick OHa OHa-gan.
gan. OHa-gan. Master Sergeant Juan Rivera
will manage the Rangers, assist assisted
ed assisted by Master Sergeant Natividad
Negron and Sergeant First Class
Roger St. Cyr. The Rangers are:
Juan Rivera, Ward Paris, Rober Roberto
to Roberto Prado. Jesus Fernandez, Wen Wen-ceslao
ceslao Wen-ceslao Torres, Orlando Prado, Hec Hector
tor Hector Vega, Tomas Benero, Michael
St. Cyr, Melvin Green, Earl An Anthony,
thony, Anthony, Juan Gonzalez, Roger St.
Cyr and Rodger Paris.
The VFW Post 100 Rams will
be managed by Seaman M. L.
Ward with Storekeeper' Second
Class Jack Pratt and Charles St.
John as coaches. Players are:
Lar'y Clark, Charles St. John,
Skip Berger, Mike Strong, Michael
Morris, Dennis Fedak, Edard
Brown, Alex Rodriguez, George
I-enning, Ricky Saunders, Norber Norber-to
to Norber-to Rodriguez, Robert Rodenhizer,
Boyd Crews, David Mims and Ste Stephen
phen Stephen Pratt.
Managed by Jose de Jesus and
coached by Vicente de Jesus and
Master Sergeant Alberto Crooke,
the Tigers list Jack Butson, Joe
Koch, Reymundo Pacheco, Mich Michael
ael Michael Brown, Fred Linck, Robert
Levine. John Zimmerman, Jose de
Jesus Jr., Alberto de Jesus, Pedro
Morales, Oscar Sanchez and Price
Walker.

A's MEET DALLAS
KANSAS CITY, Mo. (UPI)-The
Kansas City Athletics will play
only one exhibition game against
minor league competition this
spring. The A's meet Dallas of the
American Association at Dallas
April 8 in the 31st and final con contest
test contest of. their training schedule.
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By FRANK EIDGE

MIAMI, Fla. (UPI) Bardstown,
Calumet Farm's aging but still
speedy stakes campaigner, heads
a million-dollar field of 15 named
for today's running of tne
$50,000 added Tropical Park Han Handicap.
dicap. Handicap. The 7-year-old gelding won the
event two years ago and is bidding
to be the -irst horse to repeat.
But he will have to carry top
weight of 126 pounds, spotting as
much as 21 pounds to lesser ri rivals.
vals. rivals. The entry of Nadir, one of last
year's top three year olds, will
make the handicap a race within
a race. It will be the strapping
colt'a first test of the year with
older horses.
Hartack On Nadir
And in Nadir's saddlo will ho
Jockey William Hartack, who had
a falling out with Calumet Farm
last year when he hoped to ride
Tim Tarn in the Bwlmont Stakes
after recovering from a leg in
jury.
Bardsiown. with veteran Steve
Brooks riding, was established as
wie early favorite at 2-1, while
Nadir, packing 122 pounds, was
second choice at 5-2.
Nadir, winner of e imonon
American Derby, will be making
nis urst start ot 1959. He has been
training well. Bardstown captured
the Oranee Bowl Handicap here
last week to demonstrate hia fit
ness.
The mile and one-eighth Tropi Tropical
cal Tropical Park Handicao exacted to
diraw 16,000 fans, should be more
man a two-horse race. Among the
15 entries, Bardstown and Nadir
mav draw sharo onnonitmn frnm
such horses as Mister Jive, 117
(bod ussery;; Amerigo, 114 (Sam
Boulmetis); and Hoop Band, 116
imowaira want).
$39,760 To Winner
Other entries are Air Pilot, 112
(no rider); Village Idiot, 110 (Ted
Atkinson); Ricci Tavi, 110 (Nor (Norman
man (Norman Cox); a Dragon Killer, 117
(Larry Gilligam); Powder Cap,
108 (Walter Blum); Point of Order
106 (Robert Stevenson); My Night
Out, 105 (Bill Cook); Mariner's
Guide, 107 (No boy); Wise Mar Margin,
gin, Margin, 107 (Charlie Burr); and Meet Meeting,
ing, Meeting, 108, (Johnny Ruane).
Nine of the 15 have won a total
of more than one million dollars
in stakes purses last year. If all
go postward, the winner will col collect
lect collect $39,760 out of the pot of $68, $68,-100.
100. $68,-100. The handicap Is the climactic
event of Tropical's 43-day meeting
which ends next Thursday.
South Florida racing moves to
lush Hialeah next Friday for a 40 40-day
day 40-day stand and the ever-increasing
influx of tourists points to a suc successful
cessful successful winter season.
GUN CLUB
NOTES
BALBOA
The Balboa Gun Club will hold
a pistol match on Jan. 18 ot the
gun club range located at Farfan
Beach.
The match will be governed by
NRA rules.
Military personnel, Canal Zone
Police, Cristobal Gun Club mem
bers and Balboa Gun Club mem
bers are cordially invited.
Entry fees will be $1.25 per
match plus $0.25 NRA registration
fee or a package entre fee of
$3.25. Entry fees will be paid to
tne statistical Officer at the range
prior to 0900.
Firing will begin promptly at
9 a.m. The range will be open for
practice until 8:45.
Classification will be determin
ed by current NRA classification
card. A tyro class award will be
made in the event there is a suf sufficient
ficient sufficient number of compctetors in
accordance with NRA rules.
Awards will be medals or mer merchandise
chandise merchandise coupons as desired, for
each match and the aggregate
score of all matches. Awards will
be as follows: One for match win winner,
ner, winner, one for each five compete compete-tors,"
tors," compete-tors," or major fraction thereof,
in all classifications.
Math No. 1
.22 caliber National Match
Course 30 rounds total fired
(10 shots slow fire 50 yards)
(10 shots timed fire 25 yards.)
(10 shots rapid fire 25 yards)
Match No. 2
Crnter-fire National Match
Course (sequence as match No.
1)
Match No. 3
.45 caliber National Match
Course (Sequence as match No.
1 2)
Match No. 4
Aggregate of matches 1 2 3
The club restaurant will be
open for the sale of soft drinks
and beer.
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Righthander Huraberto Robinson, manager
Stanford Graham's perennial "big pitcher," today
was one of the big reasons the Marlboro Smokers
hold a 5-3 edge in their eight games with the cham champion
pion champion Carta Vieja Yankees.
Robinson scattered eight hits last night to stop
the Yankees 4-2 and gain his fourth win over them
this winter. The slim Milwaukee Brave hurler's
record is now $-2.

The Smoker win boosted them
to two games behind the
league-leading Kings, whom
they play tomorrow, and shoved
the Yankees down to three
games off the pace.
Robinson started off the
campaign by beating the Yan Yankees
kees Yankees 4-1 in the inaugural Nov.
20, and he was the losing hurl-
er In Cerveza BalDoa s 8-2 vic victory
tory victory Nov. 27 when he dropped
his first decision.
He picked up his second
triumph Dec. 2 by beating the
power-laden Kings 7-5 and suf suffered
fered suffered his second setback Dec. 8
when the front-runners edged
the smokers 5-4.
Since then Robby has con concentrated
centrated concentrated on whipping the Yan Yankees.
kees. Yankees. On Dec. 28 he checked
them 5-1 and on Jan. 2 four un unearned
earned unearned markers gave him a 4-3
triumph over the defending
champs.
The sldearmer had been,
named to start against the
Beermen Tuesday night but
Graham made a last-minute
switch to Jim Hftrdison when
Humberto pleaded Illness.
Robby may have been alck
as he claimed bat a report
leaking; from the Marlboro
camp indicated that he spe specially
cially specially wanted to open against
the Yanks which was the
reason he begged off that
night.
The Smokers shaded the Beer-
men 3-2 Tuesday nigm, so
Graham should have no kicks,
whether slick (Robby pulled a
fast one or not.
The Yankees took a 1-0 lead
In the first inning last night
when Tony Bartlrome reached
first on Alonso Bratwaite's bob bobble!
ble! bobble! of a ground ball, Billy
Shantz sacrifice and Bill Par Parsons'
sons' Parsons' single to center:
Brathwalte made up for his
boot in the bottom of the first
when he smashed a long double
to center to bring home pddie
Napoleon, who had walked, from
first, and Robby and the Smok Smokers
ers Smokers were back in business with
the count tied 1-1.
Bill Slack, who went all the
way for his first loss against
two wins. then retired Curt
Hardaway on a bouncer to short
and got Bill Gaoler to swiKe
out swinging for the second out.
But the Smokers were not
through scoring. George Altman
was credited with a hit when he
hit a sharp roller to second that
Joe Clark made a brilliant stop
of but the throw was poor.
Brathwaite, who had advanc advanced
ed advanced to third on the throw to the
plate as Napoleon scored, came
home to nut the Smokers ahead
2-1 and Manlto Bernard's double
to center plated Altman from
first for the third tally. Marcos
Cobos watched a third strike go
by for the third out.
In the top half of the second
the Yankees pushed across
their final run on a base on
balls to Galr Allie, Clark's
single to left which advanced
Allie to second and Shanti'
Texas Leaeuer to center.
In the Smoker second they
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HUMBERTO ROBINSON
threatened again but Slack, who
gave up only five hits, forced
Cobos to roll to third with the
bases loaded for the last out of
the frame.
The sacks had been filled on
a single by Robinson and free
passes to Brathwaite and
Hardaway.
Slack then proceeded to retire
the next 17 men in order until
Gabler hit a long homer over
the concrete wall in rightfield
with two out in the eighth for
the fourth Smoker tally and
last of the contest.
Robinson fanned five and
walked two while Slack whiffed
four and allowed three free
passes. It was the first time Bill
had been .used as a starter this
season.
Robby had men on base In
six Innings but was always
able to rise to the occasion
and prevent the runners, com coming
ing coming home after the second
frame.
In the upper nintji Bar Bartlrome
tlrome Bartlrome singled for the second
time with one out but Shantz
filed to right and Spider Wil Wil-helm,
helm, Wil-helm, who was held hitless, lin lined
ed lined to first to end the game.
Tony and Parsons were the
only two players to get two hits
in the game.
Today is open date. The
Yanks play the Beermen In Co Colon
lon Colon at 10 o'clock tomorrow
morning while the Smokers and
the Kings are scheduled for the
Olympic Stadium at 3 p.m,
H. Robinson. Esq.,
Yankee Killer
CARTA VIEJA

ABRHPOA
Bartlrome, lb 5 1 2 10 1
Shantz, c 4 0 14 0
Wilhelm, ss. 5 0-0 0 1
Parsons, cf. 4 0 2 1 0
Schmidt, rf. 3 0 12 0
Peeples. If. 4 0 0 5 0
Allie: 3b. 3 10 0 4
Clark, 2b. 3 0 111
Thome 1 0 0 o o
Jacobs, 2b. 0 n 0 0 n
Slack, p. 4 0 112

36 2 8 24 9
fouled out for Clark
Thome
in 8th.
MARLBORO
Nanoleon. rf.
Brathwaite, 2b.
Hardawav, 3b.
I Gbler, lh.
1 12
i-1
o
0 4
1 0
Altman. If.
Bernard, ss.
Cobos. c.
Mitchell, cf.
Robinson, p.
29 4 5 27 9
Score bv Innlnps:
o. vie a nn noo ono 2 8
Marlboro 300 000 Olx 4 5
Summarv: Errors; Brathwaite
Mitch"". Runs batted ini, Par Parsons.
sons. Parsons. Brathwaite. Altman. Ber Bernard.
nard. Bernard. Shantz, Gabler. Earned
runs: Carta Vieja 1. Marlboro
4. Two base hits: Brathwaite,
Bernard. Home runs: Gahler.
Sacrifice hits: Shantz. Struck.
out: By Slack 4. Robinson. 5.
Base on balls: Off Slack 3, Rob Robinson
inson Robinson 2. Left on base: Carta
Viela 9, Marlboro 4. Winning
pitcher: Robinson (5-2). Losing
nitcher: Slack (2-1). Umpires:
Thornton, Williams. Hinds. At
tendance: 2,281. Time of game:
2:05.
RACING LICENSE REVOKED
NEW YORK (UPD- The New
York State Harness Racing Com Commission
mission Commission has revoked the owner'
license of Benjamin Grosberg of
Detroit because of false statements

mtde in his license application;

Standlnrs

Atlanjiq Twilight Baseball
Won Lost
Pet.
Powell
2 0
0 0
0 1
0 1
1.000
.000
.000
.000
Cristobal High
CHS-Alumnl
Bella -
No game scheduled for Sunday
Monday's Game
Cristobal High vs Bells
By trevor simons!
Powelli came through with
their second successive win in
the young Atlantic- Twilight
League; but once again failed
to show the superiority that
made them undisputed rulers of
the loop for the past several
years;
- Powells won the League open opener
er opener last Monday when they eked
out a close 4 to 3 decision over
the Alumni, but were outhlt 9
to 3. Thursday night Powell's
ace moundsman, Noel Gibson,
was treated somewhat un
ceremoniously by the Bells, but
took advantage of 12 walks and
loose fielding to notch his first
win of the season
Gibson, last vear's winneest
pitcher, was nicked for 11 hits
and walked live while striking
out 9 of Bell's batters. Jansen
started for the -Bells and allow
ed only two hits, but gave up
all the 12 walks in 3 and 23 In
mngs to be charged with the
defeat. Billy Bell relieved Jail
sen in the ftourth frame and
was anything' but effective
against the booming bats of the
aeienaing" cnamps. Bell sur surrendered
rendered surrendered 8 hits and struck out
three.' ' v
Buckeye Swearingen and
Louis DedeauX led the Powells
attack with two hits each. Bells'
13 to 9 losing effort did show
some hitting power that could
make them contenders later on
the season. St. Cyr, Stillworth,
Brown and Leroy Hayden each
collected a pair of hits for the
losers.
Next Game Monday Night
1 at 7 p.m.
Sunday afternoon's scheduled
game has been postponed until
Monday night ftt 7 o'clock when
Cristobal High School will make
their 1999 debut In the Atlantic
Twl-lqop.
Neither team .has announced
a starting pitcher, but it Is ex expected
pected expected that Cristobal High will
send. Jimmy -Paramoo in search
of his first Atlantic Twilight
win. Bell's two pitchers Thurs Thursday
day Thursday night failed in their at attempt
tempt attempt to halt the barrage by the
Powells bats, but, with a few
days rest thrown in. the play-ing-manager.
Bill Bell, might
Just decide to give another try
against the youthful Tiger from
CHS.-
The box score:
Powells

R H PO A E
2 2 9 0 1
110 0 0
11 3 0 0
3 2 2 5 1
0 0 0 0 0
0 0 2 0 0
110 3 0
0 0 0 1 1
11 1 11
2 0 10 0
0 10 0 0
0 13 0 2
0 0 0 0 0

Swearingen, c. 3
Manning, 2b. 2
Dockery, lb-2b 2
Dedeaux, ss. 3
Hooper, cf. 2
Angermuller, If. 1
GiDson, p
Highlev, lb.-2b
Hall, lb.
Hale, If.
Sapp, cf-lf.
Downing, 3b.
Hass, rf.
Totals
31 13 10 21 10 5
Bells
ABR
POA E
4 3 0
St. Cyr. 2b
Bell, lb-p.
Fort, c
Gooding, ss.
Stillworth. sf.
Brown, 3b-lb.
Bowers, rf.
Rozmeski. If.
Worrell, If.
Jansen, p
Hayden, lb-3b.
5 1
5
3
3 0
2
4
0
1
0
0
0
0
0
4
3
4
4
0
3
1
2
Totals
43 9 11 21 13 3
Basketball
Results
ColUg Basketball Results
EAST
Bonaventur (T Iona 54
Setoh Hall 57 Muhlenberg 55
St. Michaels (Vt.) 88 Norwich 48
Buffalo 68 Cortland Tchr 60
West Virginia 89 Penn State 81
Morris Harvey 102 Marietta 82
Steubenvllle 68 St. Vincent 54
Clark (Mass) 61 Trinity (Connl 50
KuWown Tchr 89 Bloom sburc 77
St.Peter (NJ) 71 St.F--an. (NY) 48
SOUTH
Senior Bowl Tournamtnt
(Final)
Centenary 71 Spring Hill 57
(Consolation)
Murray St. 74 Tenn. Tech 71
Appalachian 72 Guilford 48
Car. Coif, 74 Hampton Inst. 69
North Carolina 44 Wake Forest 34
ttst Tenn.' BS Morehead St. 78
Miamf Qfii-)Vf Toronto U. 55
S.We8tern'(Tennt 7i Ark. St. 59
'" MIDWEST
Evansville 86 Ball St. 69
Southern 111. 87 Indiana St. 64
N.Dnk. St. 06 Concordia (Minn) 58
St. Thorn. (M(rin) .67 Augsburg 64
SOUTHWEST
Butler Coll 75 St. Phillip's 85
WEST
Elcamino JC 88 Sacramento JC 78
Contra Costa JC 82 Sequoia JC 60
A Hancock JC 85 Santa Rosa 52
Long Beach C 86 San Mateo 49
San Jose JC 87 Amer. River 53

San Fran. City JC 68 Cerritos 65

; taiwr? CONRAUU SAKUtANT

PANAMA PROFESSIONAL LEAGUE

Teams
M
4
x
3
3
CV
3
5
x
3
Kings
Marlboro
. .13 ;
crta Vjtja:,;.,4
Cerveza afbot.;
Totals
.8 10 11
TOMORROW'S

At Colon Stadium: Cerveza Balboa (Maranda 2-3) vs
Carta Vieja. (Umbricht 3-4)
Game time: 10 a.m. ;
At Olympic Stadium: Kings (Donnelly 2-2) vs. i
Marlboro (Milo 5-1) '" ;3
Cams time: 3 p.m.
LAST NIGHT'S RESULT ;

At Olympic Stadium: Marlboro 4, Carta Visja 2

Hicks, Bourne To
For Tomorrow
Leading bantamweight con contender
tender contender Hector Hicks, and former
118-pound champ Melvin Bour Bourne,
ne, Bourne, licked their chops today in
anticipation of the $1500 guaran
tee they will each pick up to tomorrow
morrow tomorrow night after their 10 10-rouiid
rouiid 10-rouiid feature bout at the Olym Olympic
pic Olympic St&dlunv
: Each fighter, demanded the
Idential figure from promoter
Egbert Reid who says he's sure
of a gate at least $4000.
It will be the biggest purse
that each fighter has ever col collected.
lected. collected. Hicks, only 17-years-old and
unbeaten in nine fights as a
pro, has been, fighting for about
a year.
His most Impressive win was
a decision over Cuban bantam
king Lagartija Reyes at the
Olympic Stadium less than two
months ago.
Bourne, considered the kll'.er-
BALBOA BREWINGS SPORTS
By VICTOR M. CAREW
Manager Billy Shantz' gamble
to start his ace fireman against
Marlboro last night almost came
through. Slack gave up tnree runs
in the first inning, two of which
were caused by centerfielder Bill
Parsons when he misjuagea akmi akmi-so
so akmi-so Brathwaite's long fly ball to
center which went for a double.
Eddie Napoleon scored on tnis
blow with Brathwaite nimsen scor scoring
ing scoring later.
The game was featured with
good pitching as both "upno
Robinson, wno picicea up his hhh
. n. i ia1 ant
win, ana siacn were in
form.
Th arbitrary rocall of Corvo Corvo-xa
xa Corvo-xa Balboa' Barry Shotrono to
the Baltimore Oriolts will bo
protested by the Balboa elubi
If players in the winter leagues
may be recalled by their Stateside
rinhs without reeard for the con
tracts signed by these players the
entire winter league baseDau struc structure
ture structure will be at the mercy of these
Stateside clubs.
This wou d be a very narmtui
precedent. We agree with the pro protest.
test. protest. During the final days of the
Cuban revolution when things be-
Ran to get hotter in me capnai.
Havana, it took a statement from
Commissioner Ford Frick to au authorize
thorize authorize the return of American
players to the States if it was felt
that their-lives were in danger.
The individual, clubs in the States
could not take sucn action.
In addition to the protest ot tne
Balboa club we believe the Pana Panama
ma Panama League itself- should also for
ward protest.
The Kings are enjoying the top
rung In the Panama Pro Loop
because ot tner extraordinary suc success
cess success against the Balboa Brewers.
In eight ( games nlayed between
these clubs the Kings have won
seven and the Beermen one. This
represents the most victories of
one club over another up to this
point of the race. With 12 games
scheduled against each club the
Kings have already won their sea season's
son's season's series with the Brewers.

1 . 111,1,1
Balboa Brewings

Today is the deadline for1 play

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GAMES (2)
Collect $1,500
Night's Battle
type in the ring, took an easy
verdict from 1 IB-pound monarch"
Edwin sykes i,n his last outing,;

. X 'iia, wno .IlgntS OUtr S
or Colon, has been, working Out I
with 126-pound champion Jesus I
Santamaria. 1 J
Many boxing people have ask-"; y

a title; fight swith Syke befort!;
sending his boy against th
hardened Bourne, who has beat beaten
en beaten the champ twice.
Nightengale explains tlhafc,.
Hicks would be fighting for -15
rounds for the first time in his
short career if he fought Sykes
in a title bout now.
He does not feel he should
Dush the kid that much so soonr-.r
hence the ten-rounder with the
rugged Bourne. The weight lim..
it is 122 pounds. K
General admission nrlce fo.'.

tomorrow's four-rbout card.;; ii ,H

ors changas to bo made by the

four teams. No additions -vr ,-trados
trados ,-trados may bo made after fo'i -night.
This will make the racr ,.
avon mora interesting as all of ,;
the clubs aro abort on bonch r.
help.
The Brewers, out of the thickrOlriA
the race, will assume the role'Df"-'-
spoilers from henceforth until the,, the,,-race
race the,,-race is settled. They have 14 mor
games to playfour with the Kings,
five with Carta Vieja and five :?
With Marlboro. With these remain remaining
ing remaining games they are going td have .'
a lot to say about which team wilH
win the pennant. -,'

Cepeda To Ask -For
$20,000
This Season
SAN JUAN, P.R. (UPD First
baseman Orlando Cepeda of the-....
San Francisco Giants, the Nation"-
al League's Rookie of the Year in
1958, said today he will 'ask pfc
a $20,000 contract this year.
"The award gives me ammunl-
tion for demanding a pay Jncrase.
to $20,000." said the 21-year ffiJ
Ce,peda when notified 'of his selef-
tion. "I feel honored for mysplf
and for Puerto Rico. I hope my
good fortune will -encourage my
fellow Puerto Ricani to try to ex
cel in sports especially base-
ball.",'"

Cepeda also announced nis en-ir
gagement to Annie Pino, a 16-yej.Cii
old junior at Albert Einstein Higb ?;

School in nearby Barrio Obrero;''

Cepeds w ey may potpone'or i

the wedding until Miss Pmo'-t-

graduation. :',.i
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chandlse National Bank of tfr;
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tronic data processing system d
signed to accomplish the depoHHi"
bookkeepping of a medium s. -commercial
bank, Kenneth Kr DU'" 1
vail, 'president, said today. :
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COURTING TROUBLE Referee Jint Enright and Olin
BroadwAy, 16ft, of Wake Forest and other players restrained
Oscar Robertson of Cincinnati during the game in Raleigh,
N. C. The Bearcats' All-America and Dave Budd of the
Demon Deacons came tip punching after colliding and falling.

JOE WILLIAMS

Cus D'Amato affinity for toe
mysterious and the murky togeth togeth-hetiyith
hetiyith togeth-hetiyith his abhorrence of the di di-wS
wS di-wS Approach and Uhe fright
siateeit, make him djffictttt
subject for netfsmen.'
Mi wiU- explain why- Sven Ek Ek-Ctzvm,
Ctzvm, Ek-Ctzvm, one of 8wed6n' -outstrad-JLnt
writir.; having encwuil;

xffMfce of ther means, soiicitea
ii.. ihi nri -t- address

WfEJiiwilil to iie- to ansgef rot the

nermu nwfuwwi1"
Mr n'Amatft: 1

Tha swuHiah 'miblic has at

tentively foUowed your recent
talkr with Ingemar Johans son
and'Edvln Ahlqvist in New York.
The'-mere fact that' the talks
wefeeld encourages tor be
you favor a championship, match
for'Floyd Patterson with Johans Johansson""'
son""' Johansson""' "Mfi also note that a previous

,uitHor.tnrlinff has been ex

ks4 that vou now realize

neither Johansson nor Ahlqvist is

Hahri tn anv monoDoiisuv

UbWV -" V
eanization.
7"Yaur Swedish press represent representative
ative representative Elnar Thulin, informs me
you will rrn)t only with h m ro ro-gatding
gatding ro-gatding thedveJoping new
pdamDiOiishiU Hd

since I have Jailed repeatedly in

my efforts to reach you by pnone
from-bere, this would seem to
.rnnfirm hii statement.

"There are certain questions

ni PRnsidfrible interest to the

aflnifi m n nnxinv uuuutt .auvi vJ

siblylso the American. which I
hopS-you will be kind enough to
answer, namelv:

m "Are vou in a position to

confirm that vour talks with

Ahlqvist had a positive trend, that

the' misunderstanding nas oeen re
solved to your satisfaction?
UVWhen-do you plan to re

new the personal contact establish

"ed y AniqvistT
rav. "If it is vour sincere inten

tioa to fullfill Sweden's hope with

regard to a match with bur cham

pion, is it possible at this stage

to state when and where?

(4) "If, as has been reported,

Johansson," in your opinion, Is no
more desirable than several
others, would you be kind enough
to name those comprising the lat latter
ter latter group?
r KA. what V n i n nx. wa' aKIii

o f VII nuoi UBhSAO, miv JfVlk
to say that at this time- there, is

any challenger who has done riore
toYwarrant a championship

match tnan our man?

(6) "Patterson has expressed

the opinion that 'Johansson is at

the top" of my list,' was mis .me

-champion's own opinion only?

Round About Reports
"Even if you are unable, or

unwilling to reply to the, above
questions, any statement, even in

general terms, you mignt care to
make would be greately appre

ciated". .Sven Ekstrom, sports

editor. Gothernbure. Sweden.

We wish our Swedish colleague

luck, admire his optimism, and ap

predate his problem. If the Low

ells talk only to the Cabots and
the Cabots only to God, D'Amato
draws the line even finer. D' D'Amato
Amato D'Amato talks only to D'Amato,

and even then, we understand, in

a most vguarded, secretive man manner.
ner. manner.

On the occasion of the talks to
which our Swedish confrere refers

his New York counterparts had

to learn of them through news dis-

ppatches, filed first to Sweden,

then relayed back to this country.

D'Amato practically smuggled
Johansson and his spokesman,

Ahlqvist, into New York and then
kept them incommunicado until it
Was nearly time to, return to the
homeland.
Impugns Swedt's Background
D'Amato attempts to justify his
off-ballism on the grounds that
stealth is ncessary to circumvent
the predatory practices he imput imputes
es imputes to the International Boxing
Club. This he repeats endeljsly,
meanwhile using the feud to ex explain
plain explain the grotesque matches he
makes for his anonymous tiger.
When Johansson, tore Eddie Ma Ma-chen
chen Ma-chen apart in one round last sum summer
mer summer he instantly established him himself
self himself as the No. 1 contender, his
box-office appeal greatly enhanc enhanced
ed enhanced by the fact he is a foreigner. To
any other manager, he would have
been the answer to a prayer. D' D'-Amato's
Amato's D'-Amato's reaction was, to impugn
the Swede's background, down downgrade
grade downgrade his opposition.
Almost from the day he got his
hand on the championship D'Ama D'Amato
to D'Amato has made himself, his fighter
and the heavy-weight i division
look ridiculous. Maybe that's the
way it's got to be with cru.yders.
But Johansson is one ; challenger
he can't walk away from., If he
does, the boxing public ought to
quarantine him, and his curiously
oocile puppet too.

Jim Brown Named UPI Pro
Football Play er-of -the-Yea r'

' By EARL WRI6HT
. NBW YORK (UPI)-Jim Brown
t the Cleveland Browns, possibly
the most powerful runner in Na National,
tional, National, Football League history, to to-aayrWas
aayrWas to-aayrWas named the professional
circuit's. "Player of the Year" for
195 -in the annual United Press
International poll.
Brown, a 230-pounder who runs
through the line with a fullback's
power and in the open) with a
halfback's speed,1' get an all time
NFL rushing record of 1,527 yards
In 1958. He led the league in
) scoring with 108 pointsi His 18
touchdowns included scoring runs
of ft?, 60, 59, 58, 52, 41 and 38
yards.
This performance against foot foot-.ballli
.ballli foot-.ballli smartest and toughest de defenses
fenses defenses earned him 21 of the 29
votes cast by sports writers who
covered the campaign in the 11
leagua cities.

John Unitas, quarterback for
the champion Baltimore Colts,
was second in the voting with

five Votes. Bobby Layne, Pitts

burgh Stealer quarterback, was

third with two. The other vote

went to Del Shofner. sneedy ol

tensive end for the Los Angeles

Rams.

Brown won the NFL rushing

crown with 942 yards during his

first professional campaign in

1957 and won "Rookie of the

Year" honors by a landslide vote

for that performance.

In 1958. the f o r m e r Syracuse

All-America showed that his bril

liant 1957 snowing was merely a
warmup. During the past season

he shattered the old NFL rushing

mark ot 1,146 yards set by Steve

van Buren oi tne Philadelphia ra
gles In 1949 by 381. yards-

Brown carried the ball 257

times in 1958, averaging 127 yards
per game and 5.9 per carry. His

The $18,609 Panama Invita Invitational
tional Invitational Open Golf Champion Championship
ship Championship to be played at the Pan Panama
ama Panama Golf Club January 29
38, 31 and February 1 Will be
the biggest golfing extra vi vi-(tanta
(tanta vi-(tanta ever' played south of the
States.

"There will be a field over 40
professional golf eTS..- from the

United States. Argentina. Me

xico. Colombia, Venezuela, And
other countries." said Dick
Dehllnger, President of the Pan Panama
ama Panama Golf Club, this morning1,
"which will be the largest field

ever; to play in professional
tourament ln Panama ot any
other Central fir South Amer American
ican American tournament."
"The play for the $10,000 pripe
money and the beautiful Sea Seagram's
gram's Seagram's Cup. has'; attracted, a

tremendous amount of Interest
by U.S. pro's," said Dick, "and
we already know the names of
over fifteen of the Dro's who
will attend, we hate firmed uo
a lot of the details 'and we fig figure
ure figure that the 1959 Panama Open
should be the most terrific Kolf
eolf tournament ever, held on
the Isthmus."
PRO'S LIKE IT HERE v
Dehiinger's statments Are
borne out by the list of the pro professionals
fessionals professionals thus fir known.
Starting with Bob WAtSOn. the
1M8 Panama 6pen Chamnlon,
almost every pr6fssienai from
the United States is a Star play player
er player of International-renOwn.rftob
Toski. famous for hi win of the
$50,000 Tarn O'Shanter In Chi

cago a few years back, and the

1958 winner of the Puerto Rico
and. Jamaican Opens, will be
back for his second attempt to
win the Panama title..
Young Ernie Vossler. foriner
amateur champion of Texas,
who was 19th in the19fW POA
money-winning circle -with over
$15,000 in loot win be back.
Along with Vossler is popular

Don January, in 25 position who

Knocked down almost $14,000 in
a 1958 PGA approved mnd co co-sponsored
sponsored co-sponsored tournaments.
Right behind. January Is Ed'
'Porky Oliver In 2th spot
with only $60 less. Porky,
' not surprisingly, was the run-'
ner-up in the Masters Tourn Tournament
ament Tournament only, four years.

"our very popular Argentine

cnammoni win also be back this
year," said Dehllnger "both Don
Roberto De Vicenzo, who holds

the course record at Panama

wtih 62, and his brother Oswal-

do, are returnlne, and Antonio
Cerda. former Panama Open

unamoion, will &e witft them,"

we n nave a count nt new

faces this year, in addition to

our 'regulars', Dehllnger conti continued,
nued, continued, "with pat Fletcher of the
Royal Montreal GOlf Club. Pat
is a Canadian, and the only
bona fMe Canadian to have
won the Canadian Onen aince

1914. In addition, we'll have

John pott, who won himself a
bisr chunk of the money in the

ioa tournaments."

KEEP COMING BACK
Herman Barron a winner nt

the $50,000 pot of gold In the
Tani O'Shanter at Chicago a few

years ago, will be back for his

rnira trip, along with Ed Fursrnl

who has previously clayed in

the Panama Open. Furgol re recently
cently recently ,had an operation on his
right arm and is playing much
better than before.

Joe Conrad, former tt an

British Amateur champion, will

De returning, as wiu pete Cooper.
Pete made a host of frtendt

here in 1958. and will be a wel

come addition to the group of
returning nro's.

SAMMY, MAYBE?
We have invited fllaInmn,

Sam to play, and right now it's
about 50-50 that he can make

it. depending on other mm.

mittments." said Deelinger.

Sam is big box offlc and

we'd like to have him here for

the audience apoeal. He had to
decline at the last moment in

1958 due to a re-take of a TV
film but he wants to get back."
"We also invited th 1958
PGA Champion, Dow Finster Finster-wald,
wald, Finster-wald, who will be a 'returnee'
If he can make it. We tried to
?et Carrie Mlddlecoff. who wants
to play in our- Open but he
wrote that his back was bother bothering
ing bothering him and he Isn't playing too
well. He asked for a 'rain check"
until next vear."
PO SPONSORED TOURNEY
The 1959 Panama Invitation
Onen will be a POA co-sponsor-M
tournament this year, and
the POA will be represented by
George Hall, who will coordi coordinate
nate coordinate all activities with the local
pmma Open Committee.
TRIPI ETA TICKETS GOING
Dehllnger noted that the
'"Trlpleta" tickets are now on
sale by all members of the Pan Panama
ama Panama Open Committee and- also
at the Chase National City
Banks in Panama.
The tickets are priced at $2
each, and. as Dick says: "You
can win $2,500 for the price of

Team

Canada Dry

Dillon Hickmafl

Camel-Wittston-saiem
Grecha Music
Pabst Blue Ribbon
BasS Shoes
Boyd Brothers ins.
Turco Products
Ideal Breeds
Paper Mate Pens
PaScual Cookies
Ebonites

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S9V 25
37 2ft

37
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5
34
33
31
30
28
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.Leading Averages (Men)

varado 174, Niekither 170,

Al-

Rudy

Pacific Softball
League

169. (LadiSi): Rudy 155 Metzger

150,,Glud 136,

This week's honor roll men)

200 or better.

Ladies 175 Or olus. Morrow 212.

Hastier 202, Hill 202, Fernandez

200. Burchett 188, Rudy 179.

Canada Dry 4 Ideal Bread 0
The two wek holiday layoff did

the Canda Dfy Hi-Spots a world of
good, because the first night of

bowling in the New Year instal

led them Into first place, witn
Bruce Hassler and Manny Fernan

dez finding the range on the 1-3
pocket, -and hitting for 588 and 544

scratch; series tne Canada irys
had ;ny easy time. In the handi handicap,
cap, handicap, division Bruce smacked 624
and Manny Hsstler 530, ,M i ml

Mettger 535, and hubby George
si9.' Tom" Lfles end Earl Freurid

were the stalwarts for the Ideal
breeds losing cause with Tom
imseking 539 end Earl 537. both

hflcp.
after Mate Sim 1
Dillon Hickman 1
v The'; prior league leaders were

knocked out of first place be a

second division team; Paper Mate
Pens. The Dillon-Hickman' dug

enough pins off the boards in the
opening stanza to win, by 12 ma

ples. The pens made some remit

and "Won the next effort oy 18.

This meant that who ever won the

finale would take three points,

and Paoer Mate pens repeated

their 18 stick win, giving them the
TP bv six AMFi. Both anchormen

cradhed the 500 scratch circle, Lee
Clontz of D and H 507 and Raul
Alvarado of Paper Mate 532. Via
the handicap route, Dillon-Hick-mans
had Bob Carlin 548 and
.Clontz 943) For the plumai de
Paper MSte, Tex Ritter 582, Raul
Alvarado 532 and Mildred Neeley
508.
Pabst Blue Rlbben 1
Camel-Winstan-Salem 1
With only one pin separating the
two squads in handicaps the Pabst
Blue Ribbon and the cigarette
kings of Camel-Winston-Salem
battled to a stalemate. The Pabsts
opened the evening with a foamy

977 game or 102 more than the

packs of cigarrillos. The next one
was a close one, with Camel and
Co winning by 16 sticks. They con continued
tinued continued their success by winning
the last but could not overcome
the big lead the Pabsts cached in

the beginning. Jerry Hill of

Camels and Blackie Miller ot
Pabsts put together 500 scratch

series: Flash Bulb Blackie 538 and

Jerry 551. In the .handicap class
Jerry collected 605 and his team teammates,
mates, teammates, Lindy Linderberg 517, Ann
Hill 520, Jesse: Pate 55S. For the
Pabst's pinsters, Blackie 583, Min Minnie
nie Minnie Carter 522. "Pawn" Harry
Rouse 546. and Vice Prexy Lena

Burchett 578.
Grecha Music Store t
Bass Shoes 2
With no "500" scratches, but
nine bowlers were in the 5C hdep.
Grecha Music Store owning the
lowest handicap in the league
spotted the Bass Show Wearers
80 sticks snd this proved quite a
load. The Bass Bowlers won the
lidlifter by 20 stumps of lumber.

However in the middle game the
Grecha Music was in harmony

with the pins and tuned enough to

win by a comfortable margin of
85 sticks. But the old hdep kitty
again proved too much for Grecha

and Bass gained tnemseives an

even, split. A bowlerette for each
team was tops, Elsi Kleischman

564 for Bass and Helen Glud 526

for Grecha. Other Grechat were
Vi Rudy 523, Bev Halliday 522.

Lou Glud 518 and Don Rudy 514

For Bass, Claus "VW" Kleisch Kleischman
man Kleischman 513, Jim Catron 519 and Don

MacGuire 507.
Beyd Brothers Ins. 3
Ibenite 1

It looks like the New Year 1

not going to treat theJowly Ebonit

es any different than the old 1958.
The Ebonites outscored all the

teams, except the one, Boyd

Brothers Penguins, they were rol rolling.
ling. rolling. They did manage to avert a
shutout when, they snared the last
game by 11, Pins, but it took a
mighty good 970 to do the trick.
Both teams had 500 scratch kec
lert; Curly Bates 566 and Navy

Lou (not Fidel) Castro 537 for

BoydS. For the Ebonites Burt De De-veau
veau De-veau 500 and Bruce Morrow 530.
In the "hdep" both teams had the

same number in 600 and in toe
500. Ebonite, Bess Shepard 561,

Fred Martinez 572, Burt DeVeau
ditto, Morrow 600. For the insur
Snce peddlers, Paul Karst 562,
wife Nita 583, Lou Castro 594 and
Curly Bates 626.
Pascual Cookies 0
Turco Products 4
Before Christmas, the Pascual
Cookies were rolling red-hot, bjt
during the vacation the cookies
went stale. On the other hand the
Turco Productors regained their
winning touch and swept all four
points. Both anchormen had their
own private battle, Sultan of Tur Turco
co Turco Bill Nickisher 540 and Cookie

Joe Bieber 518. With the kitty fi figure
gure figure there were plenty 500 bowl

ers. For Turco vie urtiz su,

Nanc Johnson 506, Timepiece

Ernst Zlschka 520 and Sultan Bill

564. For Pascual, Mim Smith 506

and Joe Bieber 557.

Teams

C. Naclonal
Abernathy U.

jantzen

Ambassadors

By Henry Clark
Standings

Won Lost

Pet.
1.000
1.000
.000
.000

RED LOPAUCH Hl'RLS ONE ONE-HITTER
HITTER ONE-HITTER FOR PAN LINQUIDO

By OSCAR FRALEY

NEW YORK (UFl)-It is a gen generally
erally generally accepted theory in college
basketball that playing on its own
court is worth 10 points to the

Wednesday evening the PSL
fans were thrilled by 'Red'
Lobaueh's sunerh nne-hit mas

terpiece. Pan Liquido amply out-no,me ieara-
hit and outfielded over the Wny? t. ... ....
Ambassador. The game's final L ?"hlicll the. cpas will tell
score was 10-to-2. This gave tel1 yu .thls 13 due to stran?e

MARGARITA LEAGUE
First Week

The second half got off to a
rolling start with the Aces
jumping into the lead by taking
all four points from the Police
Asn. Bowling lead by Gorskl with
a 939 series the Aces re the
team to beat this half. Guest
led the Cops with a 516.
Powells are in the second place
with a three point win -over
Wright Bros. After being tied
for totals pins after two games
Powell came back to take the
third and got total plnfall in
the bargain. Stopp lead the
Plymouth men with 535 while
janson'S 494 was the best Wright
Bros, could produce.
Also in second place are the
Shrlners who took last half
Champions, the Voice of Music
for three points. Evldentlv cold
after a two week layoff the V V-M.
M. V-M. Five couldn't get warmed ud.
Even with two blinds the Shri Shri-ners
ners Shri-ners didn't seem to have much
trouble taking three points.,
Millspough led the Shrine with

a 462 whllfe St. John rolled a

hiph of 480 for the V-M.

The only teams to split were

Gillette-Naval Stations teams.

far.

Strating pitcher Davila again
failed to pass the first inning
in two attempts as relief, pitch pitcher
er pitcher Tony Valdez again put out
his fire. The Pan Liquido Beer Beer-men
men Beer-men rallied for nine runs in the
first inning. Chuck McGlade's
home-run drive to left -field
contributed to the Beermen's
opening frame attack which
saw five batters facing the plate
twice. Davila was charged with
the defeat.
The Ambassadors, although

discouraged, made steady Im Improvement
provement Improvement after the first inning
and muffled the Beermen's
heavy guns considerably behind
the pitching of Valdez. Only
McGlade hit safely twice.
Of three games played this
season, a total of 17 runs were
scored in the first innines.
Lobaugh's superb one-hit job
featured only two bases-on-balls
and strike outs with four rivals
reaching third base.

I nlntrinrr innH i tinn c

The box score:

McArthur
Kosik
Ostrea
Nesbit
Lane
Huertas
Lobaugh
Carlin, Bill
McGlade

CERVECERIA

AB

Privately they blame it on

"home officials" and the "dis "disgusting
gusting "disgusting manner in which visiting
teams are treated."

Ken Norton of Manhattan made

a strange analysis of a game ms

team played at Philadelphia

against LaSalle.
"We scored 28 field goals to

their 23. We obtained 49 rebounr.s

to their 45," he explained in sum summing
ming summing up what should be the two

deciding factors in the game.

"But," he added with a bitter
smile, "49 fouls were, called
against us and only 27 against
them."
Accept Situation

30 10 8

Norton's' teams, he admits,
haven't won a game in Philadel
phia Since 1951 and it may be ta
beled an acknowledged fact that
in that period he has had some
fine, ably coached teams. But he

hurries into the usual platitudes
by observing:
"Of course, this is no reflection
on Philadelphia."
Why not?, Because the visiting
team has come, the way basket basketball
ball basketball is played, to accept the fact
that it will get none the best of
the going in strange territory.
"Of course the backboards aifd
the rims rebound differently on
a strange court," Norton pla

, leates, "and then you also have

A the factor of different lighting."
2 But Don Kennedy of St. Peter's
i takes no such politic view.

'Let s face it, he says abrupt abruptly.
ly. abruptly. 'When you go onto a strange

court you have to consider the of
facials. The odds are that thou
officials are going to work five oi
six game for the home coach dur
ing the season. He'll only see yot
this once. Well, he has to please

the home coaches or he doesn";
work. It's that simple."
Too Many "Homers"
Thats as close as any of tneu
will come to an out and out state
ment that there are too man;
"homers" among the official
who go out to work a game will
the private intention of-giving th
home team the edge on cntica
calls.
"And," says one coach who re

fused to be named, "even in
game where the final margin i
as much as 15 points, it only take ;
one or two key calls to break ;
game wide open."
Contributing to this partisanship
by what should be an impartia
officiat is the reaction of th
home fans.
"I am constantly aggravated b.'
the disgusting manner in whic f
visitors are ;nated in som"
gyms," grates one coach. "The

treat the visitors to dreadful go

ings-over, actually reviling then
at times. Then the home crowd ;
too generally scream, rant an1,
question every call which is mad
by an Official.
"The time has to come when
the screams of the fans gets i
the referee," he added. "I thin :
that the officials on the whole ar i
honest and trying to do a job r;-;
those screams dr,ve them int
mistakes of judgment."
Which produces the theory tha :
playing at home is worth 10 point i
to the host team. And small won
der why.

Ambassadors

18 touchdowns tied the season
record set by Van Buren in 1945.
Jim set an all time rushing
mark although the New York
Giants snd other clubs discovered

midway in the 1958 campaign that
they could concentrate on stopping
him because Cleveland's passing

attack was not top-notch by pro professional
fessional professional standards.

STANDINGS

Aces
Powells . . ....
Shriners
Gillette
Naval Station ....
Wright Bros. .

Voice of Music 1
Police Assn 0

Won

....4
. .. 3
....3
.. ..2
2
.. ..1

Lost
0
1
1

2
2
3
3
4

Hirh for the Week
Class A Korski .. .... .. 39
Class B 5
Class C Brooks 466

Upp
Moorman
Stilson
Gorflci
Spinney

Aces
217 154

141
137,
198
138

m
190
181
153

140
15
180
169

59,0
!
1 04
539
460

831 815 798 2444

Fortner
Tully
Guest
Jones
Stewart

Police Assn

145 160

14ft
192
156
151

125
187
153
158

155
147
157
165

460
418
516
n
474

762
7

763
7

74P 2274
7 21

769 1770 798 2295

Rhobe
Dougan
Butt
Janson
Bertram

Wright Bros,
130 162

141
1
171
176

155
156
177
170

167
165
164
146
136

459
461
455
494
482

36 36 36 108

7P.9 856 814 2459

Badger
Gibson
Stoop
wrown
Hogan

Powells
218 130

133
18
157
156

170
198
137
157

168
146
148
203
167

516
449
535
4P7
480

853 792 832 2477

Voice of Music vs Shrlner

DeVol
Brooks
Oraham
Johnson
St. John

133
142
132
123
158

125
167
133
167
177

124
157
151
163
145

362
466
416

453

420

688 769 740 2197
Soecht 148 163 138 447
Mlllspaugh 156 125 181 462
(Blind) 127 127 127 381
fBllnd) 139 139 139 417
Carpenter 145 146 141 432
715 700 754 2139
27 27 27 81

$2 If you pick the right num numbers."
bers." numbers." The drnwlng .for the
Trlpleta will be made the day
prior to the start of the tourn tournament.
ament. tournament. "At the rate the entries for
the 1959 Panama Open are com.
ing In," Dehllnger remarked,
"we ire going to be able to pre present
sent present the biggest sporting event
ever to hit Panama. .We've try trying
ing trying to make It attractive to
everyone on the Isthmus as a
spectator sport and we hope to
hit the 'jackpot this year for
audience appeal,"

742 727 7512220

Naval

Thomas
Stlnson
T,ewli
Eielenton
O'Neal

Station
130
169
127

126
117

Gillette

148 144 422

112
112
105
133

Martinez
Durkin
Trevino

Johnson
L'Heureaux
Robblns
Sullivan
AdamS
Fish
Herrera
Davila
Valdez

AB

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

R
1
0
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

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Sports Briefs

SPILL INJURES JOCKEY
CHARLES TOWN, W. Va. (UPI)
Jockey Ray Mikkonen suffered
five fractured ribs and a head cut

Thursday during a four-hourse spill

in tne fifth race at diaries Town.
The other three riders were not
injured.

GOVERNOR IN BENEFIT
TRENTON, N. J. (UPI)-Gov.
Robert B. Meyner of New Jersey,
an amateur tennis player, will
play in a doubles match at an all all-star
star all-star benefit performance at Tren

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Houses
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FOR RENT t Furnished house
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FOR RENT: Furnished two
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RATTAN LUX
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call
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FOR RENT: Beautiful 2 bed bedroom
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Rainbow City Loop
Preparing For '59
Softball Season
By HERBERT MOISE
RAINBOW CITY In the
first meeting, for the prepara preparation
tion preparation of the 1959 Rainbow City
Softball League season, the
board of directors decided to
shoot for Feb. 4 as opening day
for the season. As usual ninth
season will be played on the
playground adjacent to the
gymnasium in Rainbow City.
With Joscelyn Evering pre
siding for the ninth consecu
tive year, the board decided to
hold a meeting with all inter interested
ested interested parties next Wednesday
at 5:45 p.m. in the Rainbow
Citv gymnasium.
All persons interested in any
matter concerning this league
are asked to contact physical
director Clynton Parris at the
gymn between 3 and 9 p.m. or by
calling Cristobal 1837. The fol following
lowing following league officials may also
b,jp;6ntacte4: Joscelyn Evering
at cnstohai 2510: jeiierson
Joseph, 3-2817; Astor Lewis, 3 3-2439
2439 3-2439 and Bert Walters at 3-
3277.
A Hs of probable applicants
for franchises include last sea season's
son's season's entries Hermanos Yohros
with Manolin Perez as manager,
Cafe Coolspot with Paul Walk Walker
er Walker at the helm, Powells with
Henry Thomas and Deportivo
Jacobo Baby Salas with Mickey
Robinson. Also listed as prob probable
able probable entries are teams sponsor sponsored
ed sponsored by Ajinompto, The Colon
Tigers and a team from Marga Margarita
rita Margarita which team played in the
loop in 1957.
Powells team wffl undoubted undoubtedly
ly undoubtedly continue with its traditional
entry as the sponsors are the
only ones to have maintained
in this league a representative.
Next Wednesday's meeting
will be opened to all Interested
in the affairs of this loop.
Angry Housewife
Turns Private Eye,
Nabs Junior Thugs
NORWALK, (UPI) Jan. 10 A
housewife, angered that her home
had been burglarized three times
within a month, turned detective
Thursday and succeeded where
the sheriff's office failed.
Mrs. Maria D. Villegas, 46, not
only solved the case in the best
tradition of a television cops-and-robbers
thriller, she also:
Forced the two suspects to sign
confessions.
Took colored pictures of them
in the act of breaking a lock on
a hankie box where she kept
money.
Completely humiliated the sus suspects
pects suspects by ordering them at the
point of a rifle to open a window
of her home and yell "help" until
a neighbor called sheriff's depu deputies.
ties. deputies. Roth susnprts IS vpar old
hoys admitted breaking Into
Mrs. Villeeas' home three times
within the past month and taking
a total of $230 in cash.
Mrs. villegas took off from
wnrV irmpH hprsplf with an un
loaded .22 caliber rifle and a
camera with color film and a flash
attachment, and waited until the
boys broke into her home.
"When they started to force the
lock on a hankie box where I
keep money," she said, "1
stepped from behind a door and
snipped their picture and then
kept the gun on them."
1958 TV Roundup
Set For Monday
The Columbia Broadcasting

System's news roundup of 1958,
"Where We Stand," will be pre presented
sented presented over CKN TV beginning at
10 p.m. Monday, January 12. This
hour-long show features develop developments
ments developments by the U.S during the year,
including such spectacular events
as the Nautilius cruise under the
North Pole and me launching of
the Atlas satellite.
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FARMACIA LUX-164 Central Avenue
FARMACIA VAN DER-JIS 60 Street No.
A THIS Beside the Bella Vista Theatre
Automobiles
FOR SALE: Lata model 1956
Pontiac Safari, 2 doer, station
wagon, fully equipped, excellent
condition, 24,000 miles. Phone
25-3723.
FOR SALE: 1951 Mercury 4
door, WSW nylon tires, radio,
standard shift. Runs good, $350.
Phone Balboa 3577.
FOR SALE: 1956 Ford four
door, good condition. Call 2 2-1338
1338 2-1338 after 6 p.m.
FOR SALE: 1958 Volkswagen
good condition, seen by appoint appointment.
ment. appointment. Phone 5-536 after 3 p.m.
FOR SALE: 1951 Oldsmobile
Super 88, 4 bl., carb. Magna Magna-spark
spark Magna-spark dual ignition, good con condition.
dition. condition. Needs 2 tires. $350.00.
Gamboa 441.
FOR SALE: 1955 Plymouth
"Belvedere" 4-door sedan, two
tone green. Low milage. New
rubber. Original owner. Phone
Gatun 329.
AUTOS EISENMAN, S.A. Offers
the Best Used Cars in town at
best prices:
1956 Ford-Victoria, Hartop, tu tu-tone,
tone, tu-tone, radio, Fordomatie, WSM
tires.
1958 Chevrolet Station Wagon,
4Door, Radio, plastic aeat covert.
Excellent condition.
-956 Dodge Kingsway, 4DR, tu tu-tone,
tone, tu-tone, radio WS Wall tires.
1956 Buick, air-condition, white
wall tires. Very good car.
1956 Dodge Suburban Station
Wagon, tutone. radio, WSW
tires.
1957 H nan, tutone, radio,
WSW tires, will receive Amer American
ican American car as trade-in.
1955 Buick Special, tutone,
WSW Tires, radio.
1955 Dodqe Kinasway, 4DR, u
tone, New WSW tires, radio.
1954 Ford-Taunue. Very good
ear.
1955 Morrfi-StaHon Wagon.
Open all day Next to Coea
Cola Co. Tels. Panama 2-2616,
2-4966.
FIRE ROUt$ FAMILIES
NEW YORK ?UPn At TAoet
20 families were driven into the
street last night by a two two-alarm
alarm two-alarm fire which burned through
me cop rwo Moors of a five-story
tenement. No one was injured and
mere was no estimate of damage.
EVA LOSES BRACELET
MIAMI BEACH (UPI)-Actfress
Eva Gabor lost a $25,000 diamond
bracelet here last week end, po
nce reported. Officers said Miss
Gabor and her mother. Johe, spent
tne JNew Year s week end in a
fashionable resort hotel. She mis
sed the bracelet during a Dartv at
the Eden Roc Hotel.
ALL GUMMED UP
ATLANTA, Ga. (UPI) Things
were pretty messy yesterday
after a fire at a vending machine
supply house. The blaze melted
200,000 balls of bubble- gum.

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FAIR SHAKE FOR FARMERS There's a machine for everything nowadays, or so it seems.

A good example is this mechanical tree snaiter, anown Deing uu wvc. v.. -number
of commercial machines under study by federal and state agriculture researchers at
the University of California. The aim is to remove a maximum of good fruit with minimum
jjower and tree damage. The machines are successfully harvesting prunes, almonds, walnut.

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Home Articles
FOR SALE: New 1958 Frigi Frigi-daire,
daire, Frigi-daire, deluxe washer and dryer
$400.00. Tel. 2-3324 between
4-6 p.m.
HOUSEHOLD BARGAINS phone
FOR SALE: 5 beds $10-$30.
new sofa, refrigerator, book bookcases
cases bookcases TV, dining room set, 2
ets of China, wardrobe. No rea reasonable
sonable reasonable offer refused. Call Mike
McCafferty, 3-0140.
FOR SALE: T.V. RCA Vernon
24", very good condition. $165.
Phone Balboa 2708.
FOR SALE: Westingheuse re refrigerator
frigerator refrigerator 9 ft, porcelain 60
cycle, Amador Road 0838. Tel.
2758.
FOR SALE: 24", Westinghouse
television, 60 cycle, table model
on stand with rabbit cars. West Westinghouse
inghouse Westinghouse refrigerator, 9 cu. ft.
60 cycle. New unit. Priced to
sell. Phone Gatun 329.
FOR SALE: large modern
chest of drawer in black maho mahogany
gany mahogany and large lady't dreaser in
modern lines, call 4-1441. Ca Calls
lls Calls C, Vina del Mar.
FOR SALE: Frigidaire 6.E., ex excellent
cellent excellent condition, $75, Rio Aba Aba-jo,
jo, Aba-jo, 16 St. 2254 room 3, Via
Espaiia.
FOR SALE: New Norge wash washer
er washer and dryer, never useet, must
sell, leaving town, Stevenson No.
24, phone 2-0629.
FOR SALE: 5 pes. Guatemalan
mahogany furniture, 2 chairs, 1
setee (rope aeats), coffee table,
floor lamp. House 130 Ridge
Road, Balboa Heights, phone
Balboa 1484,
FOR SALE: 1 Easy chair. 1
with OTTAMAN $35.00, 1 with without
out without $30.00. 5649-A Walker
Place, Diablo.
Deputy Inspector
General Due Here
On Inspection
MaJ. Gen. E. H. MeDanlel, De Deputy,
puty, Deputy, Inspector General, will in
spect U.S. Amy Caribbean, U.S.
Army Forces Antilles and milita military
ry military district of Puerto-Rico and se selected
lected selected armj'imissions -tin South
America during the period Jan. 13
through 23, it has been announc announced
ed announced by Headquarters, U.S. Army
Caribbean,
Areas to be visited Include:
Special Inspection by McDaniel
and Col. Norman C. Finney of
USARFANT and MDPR, Jan. 13 13-20;
20; 13-20; special inspection by Col. Er Er-win
win Er-win W. Gibson and Lt. Col. Charles
J. Gee of the Joint Brazil-United
States Military Commission, Jan.
14-15, and U.S. Army Mission Pe Peru,
ru, Peru, Jan. 19-20. Col. Harold W
Maixner and Lt. Col. Harry V.
Beck will inspect the U.S. Army
Mission to Venezuela, Jan. 16-19.
All members of the party will
also inspect the Army portions of
the Military Assistance and Advi Advisory
sory Advisory Group functions in these
areas.
McDaniel and his party will ar arrive
rive arrive Jan. 20 to conduct the annual
general inspection of Headquart-

Miscellaneous

FOR SALE: 1-ton G.E. air con conditioner,
ditioner, conditioner, 230-V, waecess. Tel.
6-131.
FOR SALE: Hi-Fi, flood condi condition.
tion. condition. House 875 Morgan Avenuej
Balboa 1214.
SPECIAL LIMITED OFFER to
the consumer of "Jabon Ame-'
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FOR SALE: Water heater, new",
30 gallon, glass-lined For city
or bottled gas, $90.00. Curundu
3281.
FOR SALE: 3 speed Columbia
automatic record' changerc Call
Amador 5219. 8:30 to 4:00 or
3-5810 after 5:00 p.m. $55.00.
FOR SALE: Bolex camera pro projector
jector projector case, lame, etc., cheap,
dial 2-3204, Balboa.
FOR SALE: Antique "Secre "Secre-tare"
tare" "Secre-tare" tewing machine; standing
fan; steel buffet; mahogany
bar; baby bed; grocery cart;
"South Bend", lathe; band taw;
drill press; are welder; 5-'A foot
fence post; 5 -foot bath tub,
new. Tel. Balboa 4491.
Concert In Honor
Of Handel Lavson
Tuesday In Colon
A testimonial concert for the
purpose of extending public re recognition
cognition recognition to Handel K. Lawson for
bis many year of outstanding
service in connection with the so social,
cial, social, cultural and religious life
of the Colon community; will be
held Tuesday, at 7-.3CL p.BU in the
Rex theatrei
Lawson initiated his public r
vices as organist and choir direc
tor of Trinity Methodist Choir in
1910 and credit is due him for the
building of the first pipe organ in
this country. He was one of the
founders of the Atlantic Classical
Orchestra and during his more
than 48 years in the field of cul
tural advancement associated him
self with every cause aimed at bet
tering the economic and social con
dition of his community.
Tuesday's concert will also pro
vided an opportunity for others
to make a contribution to the Des
mond Daniels scholarship fund of
which Lawson is treasurer.
Young Daniels, a promising te
nor, is currently pursuing, a muai
cal career and is a student at
Huston-Tillotson College, Austin,
Tex.
Envelopes soliciting voluntary
contributions are being oustribut oustribut-ed.
ed. oustribut-ed. ers, USARCARIB. '
During the inspection ef this
area, McDaniel will visit the
USARCARIB School, Rio Hato,
and attend a seminar at the Jun Jungle
gle Jungle Warfare Training Center. He
will also visit A Battery, 4th Gun
Battalion, 517th Artillery.

- Jnsto Aronena Ave. anil 33 St. (j
' Via FORBAS 111 NOVEDADE8

Real Estate
FOR SALE: Lot 500 and 1.000
meter, in the Nuevo H1p6dromo
Urbanisation; acros the Remon
Racetracks n with street
front, towage, water main and
electricity, CH W. McBamett
Tel. 3-2567. ;
FOR SALE: Gramlieh't eencret
furnished house at Santa Clara,
very good condition .trougeut,
Priced for quick tale. Informa Information
tion Information Balboa 4319.
FOR. SALE. Lot in La Cum
brat, beautifully located, inquire,
Panama 45 East Street No. 30.
Boats & Motors
FOR SALE: Evinrude "Fattwln"
1 5 Ji.p. used in fresh water only,
with gat tank and hose. $125.
Phone 2-3640,
Istanbul Explosion
Claims 32 Lives
ISTANBUL, (UPIWan. 10
Workmen recovered seven more
bodies horn, the rubble of a dy
namited street Friday, raising tiae
death toil to 32.
t
The explosion Tuesday on Ba-
biali Street, where several news
paper plants are located, wrecked
buildings and crushed a bus un
der the debrisi.
Investigators (reported the blast
came from dynamite stored in
mining office. They said a change
in temperature apparently set off
the explosives.
One of the qaestions most
frequently asked me Is: "Why
did you make 'The Ten Com Commandments'?''
mandments'?'' Commandments'?'' The cynical and there are
always some cynics may
think that the answer i to
make money.
Let me dispose of that right
away.
I shall receive no profit from
"The Ten Commandments"
that is, no financial profit.
What would ordinarily be
my share of Its earnings I
have assigned for all time to
a Trust Fund lor charitable,
religious and educational pur purposes.
poses. purposes. I am not even one of the
Trustees.
But, while I receive no mon money
ey money from the earnings of this
picture, let me pay tribute to
paramount Pictures Corpora Corporation
tion Corporation and especially to its top
executives, Barney Balaban
and Frank Freeman, two brave
men who never questioned the
cost, although only six motion
pictures have every grossed as
much as "The Ten Command Commandments"
ments" Commandments" has cost to make.
I told them in the beginning
that it was impossible to budg budget
et budget this picture, that I could not
tell them what it eould cost
except that it would probably
be eight million dollars.
But they believed that The
Ten Commandments was the
message the world should get
and they never once said "You
are over budget"; they never
once questioned any expendi expenditure,
ture, expenditure, though the final cost was
nearly twice my original guess.
Th6 risked their business re reputations
putations reputations if not their careers
not because they had faith
in me but because they had
faith in faith.
In the great age ofv faith,
men Wuilt magnificent, sear searing
ing searing cathedrals to express their
love of God.
These two men, encouraged
and strengthened by Adolph
Zukor, Chairman of Para Para-mount's
mount's Para-mount's Board, of Directors,
gave me the means to produce
in another form of- art, on
twenty thousand feet of cellu celluloid,
loid, celluloid, a modern expression, of

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Miscellaneous
ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS
DRAWER "Att, DIABLO
IOX 1211, CRISTOBAL, CJL
PHONI BALBOA 370
Dr. Wendehak Medical cliniev
opposite -Chase Bank 18-117
Contra! Avenue, phona' 2-3479.
Domestic Employment
WANTED -Malrl for', cleaning
and cooking. Must be nub
House 6260, Let Rloa.
You sxirtieli'mes wter how
oeoole can take such a long time
tokine;itarctf
BILLIONS FOR SCIENCE
w A SWTNGTON fTTPD Th
tional Science Foundation expects
the federal government to spend
about $4,800,000,000 a scientific
research and development in the
current fiscal year.
POPULATION RECORD
WASHINGTON (UPl)-The Cen Census
sus Census Bureau estimates that the
U.S. population will hit a record
high of 175,600,000 today and
climb to about 180 million during
1959. ., ,
WHY I MADE
. The Ten
o-oOo
by CECIL B. DeMILLE
faith In the same God.
If I had made "The Ten
Commandments" for my per personal
sonal personal monetary gain, I could
not stand before an audience
like this and bespeak your in interest
terest interest in it.
But I do bespeak your Inter Interest,
est, Interest, for the same reason that
moved: me to make "The Ten
Commandments" because I
believe deeply that The Ten
Commandments given on
Mount Sinai are not laws.
They are the law.
They are the expression of
the mind of God for His crea creatures.
tures. creatures. They are the charter and
guide of human liberty, tot
there can be no liberty with without
out without the law.
The motion picture, "The
Ten Commasdments," is the
most modern picture I have
made, because the struggle be between
tween between the forces represented
by Moses and those represent represented
ed represented by Pharaoh Is still being
waged today.
Are men free souls under
God or are they the property
of the State?
Are men to be ruled by law
or by the whims of an Indi Individuals?
viduals? Individuals? The answers to these
timely questions were given
some three thousand years ago
on Mount Sinai.
Today we are very likely to
think those Commandments a
bit archaic.
..'1 am the Lord Thy God.
Thou shalt have no ether Gods
before me."
"We do not bow before giant
birds of carved granite or
wooden idols with stone eyes.
But we have other gods com competing
peting competing with God.
We may never have bowed
before a calf of gold, but we
may still worship Gold.
We may never have bent the
knee before the graven image
of Hathor, but there is also a
graven Image on a dollar bill.
Is there a man or a wom woman
an woman who can honestly say that
he has never put his ambitions
or his vanity above God?
Or worshipped flesh more
than God?
(Continued Tomorrow)

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Fridyk 9-12,
Teamsters Postpone
Election To Shed
Court Watchdogs
WASHINGTON; Jaa. W fjfisi
Teamster President. James R.j
Hoffa today called off an election
convention scheduled for March
16 to 18 in Chicago to shake off
union s court-appointed watchdog
monitors.
Hoffa said at tangle of pending 1
court eases involving the conven- I
tion would prevent local unions I

iitrv 1IJJ wiavct ku A'W-y -L,

quired 90 day before the cos- f
Clavt,' '. ,;; '&

The ttnion chief announced Sept- f

tion i set rid erf that hr ma.
altors who were appointed. t
oversee Teamster affairs after bj
raok-aod-life truckers complain
ed that Hoffa' election in Octo
ber, 1957, was, "rigged. The mo mo-nitorship
nitorship mo-nitorship expires when the anion
holds a new election.
The monitors asked federal
Judge F. Dickinson Letts, who ap appointed
pointed appointed them, to block the conven'
tion until Hoffa overhauled the
election and financial procedures
of his giant union.
Dickinson ruled Dee. 11 that thr
rit 1 i t liv
icamsieis uuuia am noia we eiee.
tion as planned. He also orderet
the union to comply with the mo.
nitor s ciean-up orders r fact
new leeal crackdown.
Bur! I rtanteri mrtntitnr
quest yesterday that he put these
ruungs into me lorm of final couri
orders.
The fudge said he would with
hold the orders oendine th nut.
come of a case in the U.S. Court
of Appeals in which a New York
teamster one of the 13 rank-and

iiiers, m trying to have the ib j!
pointment f, the monitors declar lf
ed illegal. f
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AF Sergeant Kills
Himself To Die
With Japanese Wife,

WYANDANCH, N.Y. (UPD-Hei.I

Japanese name was Midoni bui i

Air force aei. Lawrence uiKer. i

whom ht met three years ago it fj

japan, cauea ner Auckey.
They decided to get married
and. when Baker was transferrer
back to this country six week:
ago Midoni followed. They mevev'
in temporarily with his parents ii

whs Lng isiana community. I-
rt T Mat -a mi i a I

" n, wiaoni was uurat u-

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Force Base. An examinatioi i
showed she had cancer. Midoa
died last Saturday.
Baker, who had taken a 80-daf
emergency leave to be by the aid
of his bride, returned to the honv
of his parents. Wednesday nigh
he wrote this note:
"Mom and Dad I'm sorry i
has to be this way. I hope Get
will see fit to let me se Micke;
again. I loved her so much

Know i never couia ee napp; i
without her. It's my only ehancc L
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Then he went to the saraee am
turnsH nn the enirin f hi nT
His parents, naroia ana Esther
m na..- J i .!.. .
uaxer. nr iouna mm siumtrst
behind the wheel, dead of earW
monoxiae poisoning. .
Both Biker and Midoni vera tt
Both will be buried today it.
Pinelawn Cemetery side by side

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tieqnor rickenns
uies; Duriai et
For Tomorrow
Miss Eleanor PioVorlnir rtfar
yesterday in Santo Tomas Hoa-
pitaL,:.
Funeral services will be bald
tomorrow at 3:30 pjn. In the
Christian Mission Church. Burs Bursal
al Bursal will follow lo the Harrert
Cemetery. ",

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tracks Down On Organized Gambling
- HAVANA, Jan. 10 (UPI) Cuba revolutionary government launched a crackdown on organized gambling to
fiav sending many professional gambM.ahf casino own ers into flight or hiding. .,
I Z1L circles reported NUytr Mnsky and George Raft, American casino operator., had departed th week.
Rebel troops picked up Nick de Constant of New Y ork, president of the Casi Capri Corp., yesterday and ques ques-oned
oned ques-oned him for nearly nine hours before releasing, him last night. They also seized money bags containing -the
rreiDts and sealed all the Capri's safe deposit bo xes.
- De Constanzo told newsmen after his release that "they were looking for collaborators with the Bat.sta gov-
KePorl ... Lis -x u. .v,Uo... Krnmnt v faded out of Slffht..

.Officials and owners
Of all Ot
The government action against
BiT casinos followed denuncia denuncia-Hrnis
Hrnis denuncia-Hrnis of the gamblers by Cas Cas-So
So Cas-So anS President Manuel Urru-
ftastro, in television tater tater-ftw
ftw tater-ftw beamed to New York early
frJl" ..f.rr.H to Havana's ca-
those gansters
-ftimate U.S. interests in Cuba,
"but he added:
f ""Those gangsters do not re represent
present represent the interests of the
fetSTi Thursday press
Ambling in Cuba because he
said gambling corrupts officials
nd encourages the narcotics
Meanwhile a rival rebel or-
Flash Flood Wipes
Out Spanish Town
OTJEBLA DE "NABniA
Snain. Jan 10 -(unT
tts today tackled tte task o
eombing the water-soaked ru ns
TJiHorMaen. where at least 14
persons are dead or missing fol following
lowing following a flash flood ytf dy-
The Piles a rubble that were
homes before a 60-foot tidal wave
UiBirftav a burst power dam
Arm th Tera river
W beM to hide the bodies
mt nfVfar victims.
The tower of Ribadelago's stone
church, damaged but not aesiroy aesiroy-ed
ed aesiroy-ed by the flood, stands forlornly
ever the ruins. Entrance to the
church is blocked by a two-wheeled,
esrt, jammed into its door by
th force of the flood.
Weather Or Not
' ri4i wutliiii rennrt for tts 24
fconrs ending 8 a. m. today 1
prepared by the Meteorological
tta Hydrograpnic Branch of the
Panama Canal Company:
yz. Balboa Cristobal
TEMPERATURE:
.Low '1 77
HUMIDITY:
ojlii-h 95 92
Low 50 75
WIND
hmnx. mph) NW15 NE-22
IAIN (inches) 0 .05
WATER TEMP:
Inner harbors) 79 81
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SUNDAY. JAN.
HIGH
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Havana S gamnHng Vinainuo-
ganizatioh said it smashed an
attempt by diehard Batista sup supporters
porters supporters to assassinate Castro
during his tnumpnai entry in into
to into Havana Thursday.
Despite the claim by the
"Revolutionary Directorate" that
It broke a Up tommygun am ambush
bush ambush of the Castro victory co column,
lumn, column, Castro's forces and the
directorate appear headed to toward
ward toward more friction.
Castro said a large arms
cache had been stolen from
his jurisdiction and he hinted
the directorate was respon responsible.
sible. responsible. The new Castro-backed revo revolutionary
lutionary revolutionary government sought to'
avert any new bloodbath by
disarming civilian and launch launching
ing launching a search for the stolen
weapons.
The Revolutionary Directorate,
composed largely of students,
said one of its patrols in Hava Havana
na Havana seized five backers of fal fallen
len fallen dictator Fulgencio Batista
in a plot to kill Castro.
It said the five, led by Lut Lut-gardo
gardo Lut-gardo Martin Perez Jr., son of
Batista Police Colon "Tiger"
Perez, had submachineguns
and planned to spray Castro
at the corner of 23rd and I
Streets in suburban Vedado
as he swung Into the city to
receive the noisy welcome of
the populance.
All five men were turned over
to Castro's headquarters, the
Revolutionary Directorate said.
Prodded by Castro's warning
that 'ftMe greatest crime will be
to upset the peace," the Urrutia
government ordered arms taken
from all but authorized person
nel.
More rebel courts martial
were reported organized for
trial of "assassins and tortur torturers"
ers" torturers" of the Batista regime. A
number already Jiavs been
condemned without formality
of trial.
The arms order, aimed at
civilians, followed Castro's warn warning
ing warning that secret traffic weapons
Egypt Repots New
Air Space Violation
By Israeli Planes
CAIRO (UPI)-The United Arab
Republic Friday demanded an
emergency meeting of the United
Nations Mixed Armistice Commis Commission
sion Commission to consider Hs protest against
the alleged invasion of Egyptian
air space by Israeli warplanes.
The alleged violation occurred
Thursday. A UAR military spokes spokesman
man spokesman said six Israeli jets intruded
into UAR air space over the Kos Kos-saiema
saiema Kos-saiema area of the Sinai Penin Peninsula
sula Peninsula and were intercepted by four
UAR jets.
The spokesman said one Israeli
fighter was shot down in the en ensuing
suing ensuing dogfight and was seen to
crash in Israeli territory. Another
fighter was damaged, he said.
(An Israeli military spokesman
in Jerusalem gave a different ver version.
sion. version. He said four UAR MIG jet
fighters were interceded by is-
raeh planes over Israeli territory,
in the Negev Desert some 20 miles
from Beersheba, and were driven
off. He made no mention of loss losses.)
es.) losses.) It was reported that U.N. ob observers
servers observers had begun an investigation.

f 1 y THE HAND- Thirteen-year-old Michael Bower shows off a swan In ChlslehursL
England. The big bird was part of an Elizabethan England- menu marking the 400th anni anniversary
versary anniversary of Queen Elizabeth I's accession to the throne m 1558. Costumed guests dined on

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Government

mosi ui mo iii r- 'r-J
could bring back to "street gun
flgBut any effort by the Castro Castro-backed
backed Castro-backed government to disarm
such real groups as the "Revo "Revolutionary
lutionary "Revolutionary Directorate" and the
Havana. University Stude n t s
Federation would meet with
stiff resistance.
Castro and his chief aides
were most angered by the theft
of 500 submachines guns and
rifles and 80,000 rounds of am ammunition
munition ammunition from the San Antonio
garrison which was under oas oas-tro's
tro's oas-tro's jurisdiction.
The students federation and
the Revolutionary Directorate,
which also is composed most
ly of students, made no bones
about the fact that they were
less than pleased with Urru Urrutia,
tia, Urrutia, Castro's choice for provi provisional
sional provisional president.
They accused Castro of falling
to live up to an agreement un under
der under which all organizations
fighting the regime of dictator
Fulgencia Batista would parti participate.
cipate. participate. In a common front.
Castro's charge that the arms
cache had been stolen appeared
to have been dircted at the Rev Revolutionary
olutionary Revolutionary Directorate, which
had organized a second-front
against Batista in Las Villas
Province while most of Castro's
forces still were fighting in
Orientei the province furthest
fro mHavana.
The rebel government mean meanwhile
while meanwhile was dispensing strong strong-arm
arm strong-arm justice to those members of
exiled dictator Batista's regime
in its grasp.
Newspapers were filled with
pictures and stories of arrests,
accusations, summary trials ana
executions
Some 1,300 persons were re reported
ported reported awaiting trial in Havana
and another 262 persons were
under arrest In Santiago. About
20 persons have been reported
executed without trial. Cases of
torture also have been report reported.
ed. reported. The Communist newspaper
"Hoy," banned by Ba,tlsta, reap-

Fertilized Human Egg Holds Key
To Man s Origin And Man's Destiny

WASHINGTON (UPI) In a
blob of living matter little larger
than the point of a dull pin is
packed enough information to fill
a library of 1,000 volumes.
That is the way Dr. George W.
Beadle describes the fertilized hu
man egg with its cargo of 10,000
to 100,000 genes, the heredity ele elements
ments elements which say what tho egg
will become.
"Collectively," Beadle sal d,
the genes may be thought of as
the directions for development
in the case of the human egg, a
kind of recipe for a person.'
The minute directions and In Instructions
structions Instructions carried by the genes,
all jammed in the egg's nucleus,
"constitute a very large amount
of information; an amount,' Bea Beadle
dle Beadle estimated, "equivalent to the
contents of a good-sized library of
say, 1,000 volumes.'
Beadle, a Nobel prize-winner, is
chairman of the California Insti Institute
tute Institute of Technology's. Division of
Biology. He presented a paper on
life, heredity, and evolution Thurs
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pered yesterday in Havana. Its
front page tarcoriai aeroanaeu.
"Down with the Communist Ac Activity
tivity Activity Repression B u r e a u."
"Down with the Military Intel Intelligence
ligence Intelligence Service."
As the new regime coped with
the problems it inherited and
those it generated by its sud sudden
den sudden seizure of power, it became
increasingly apparent tnat an
rebels were not working to together
gether together under Castro who enter entered
ed entered Havana in triumph Thursday.

US Air Force Band Td Perform
At Olympic, Albrook Stadiums

Under the auspices of the Panamanian-North
American Associa
tion, in collaboration with the de department
partment department of Fine Arts and Publi Publications
cations Publications of the Ministry of Educa Education,
tion, Education, the U.S. Air Force Band will
give a concert at tne Olympic
Stadium on Feb. 18.
A second concert will be given
at Beam Stadium on Albrook Air
Force Base, for military and civil civilian
ian civilian personnel in the Zone Feb. 19.
Panama will be the last stop in
a successful tour that as taken the
band through Latin America, and
the performances in Panama and
the Zone will be programmed in
anticipation of the forthcoming
fourth summer concert season.
Admission to the stadium will be
free of charge, except for a limit
ed number of seats which will be
out put on sale to cover certain
expenses for this gala pressenta pressenta-tion.
tion. pressenta-tion. Th tponttrt f th concert,
.the Panamanian-North .Americ .American
an .American Association, is an organiza organization
tion organization formed by Panamanian and
Amtrican i t i 1 1 n i, aimed
i at strengthening the bonds of
friendship between Panama and
the United States through a mu mutual
tual mutual understanding and appre appreciation
ciation appreciation of each other's culture.
day night at a forum on "Re "Resources
sources "Resources for the Future."
Beadle said that in recent years
scientists have learned a lot about
genes. They have created genetic
material in the test tune, iney
believe they have broken the code
by which genes direct and control
the chemistry of life.
"Understanding of the nature of
life is' thus replacing mystery,"
Beadle said.
But there is much more in W
egg than science so far has been
able to get out of it.
"If we could but expose the se secrets
crets secrets that lie locked within this
minute sphere, Beadle said, "we
would have achieved complete un understanding
derstanding understanding of man, including the
manner of his origin from sub
human ancestors and the nature
of his destiny in an evolutionary
future now unknown.'
Beadle said this will not be ac accomplished
complished accomplished "in your time or
mine nor in the time of our sons
and grandsons."
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Airliner With Mikoyan
Aboard Searched For.Bomb

CHIQAGO. JanlO -,;(UPI
An anonymous caller telephon telephoned
ed telephoned a threats today that a bomb
would be aboard the commercial
airliner on which Russian De
puty Premier Anastas Mikoyan
will fly to San Francisco.
Harry Oilman, an official ot
United Air Lines, said the call caller
er caller told him the bomb would be
planted on United Flight. 721
which Mikoyan and his- party
along with other passengers will
take from Midwaya Airport at
12:30 a.m.
- Ac o result. nnlicK set aside an
isolated spot at, the airport for
examination with electronics
devices of all luggage before it
is put aboard the plane.
Tka airline itself was nlaced
by itself at one end of the field
while police and fire, depart department,
ment, department, hnmh exnerts examined it
thoroughly. The plane will not
be brought to the loading ramp
until 10:45 a.m. autnonwes
said.
Pniire T.ieut. James McLough
lin sent extra detectives to Mid-
The United States Air Force
Band is a musical organization
with a record of accomplishment.
Organized in June 1942, it has in
a brief 16 years, achieved a po position
sition position unique in musical- circles
and has captured the fancy and
the imagination of music lovers of
four continents.
On numerous occasions the un
it has played to more people m
a single performance than many
musical organizations do in a pe period
riod period of two years. More astonish astonishing
ing astonishing is the fact that these appear appearances
ances appearances have proven to be an all all-time
time all-time prize crowd-gatherer exceed exceeding
ing exceeding in attendance any previous
event regardless of its nature
or magnitude. These history
breaking attendances have occUr-
ed in practically every one of the
thirty-seven countries in which the
Band has appeared' and include
performances in which its ;audien-
ce was larger than the population
of the city inwhich the concert
was given.
Stressing versatility, The United
States Air Force Band is one or
ganization that is capable of re resolving
solving resolving itself into a 100-piece
marching band, a 90-piece sym
phony orchestra, an 85-piece sym
phonic band, a 25-voice glee club
(the "Singing Sergeants"), 'five
dance bands (including the "Air
men Of Note" and the "Jump
ing Jacks") and numerous cham
ber and instrumental groups (in (including
cluding (including the 'Strolling Strings' and
the "Four Saints").
Versatility is further accented
from a musical performances
standDoint inasmuch as the orga
nization does not subscribe to the
widespread belief that a musical
unit had to be either "long hair"
or "iazz". It nerforms any given
type of music with the highest
nrnfessinnal standard and pre
sents programs that are designed
to satisfy every appetite rrom
"opera" to "be-bop", from "sym
phony" to 'swing".
Its membership has been hand-
nicked as the result of auditioning
more than 1,200 professional mu musicians.
sicians. musicians. Those selected came
from a wide variety of musical or
panizatinns raneine from the
S. 1 il Tl
Philadelphia orenesira u me
nnlnlii SvmDhonv. from thr lorn
my Dorsey dance band to the Ar Arthur
thur Arthur Pryor concert band. Collect Collectively,
ively, Collectively, thev are former members
of 20 different svmnhony orches
tras and sixteen 'name' dance
bands.
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u-SEB IT TODAY AT

way Airport to "look for a Hun
earian."..

McLoughim said the man who
called the airline said he was
"one of 10 Hungarians", who
would see that Mikoyan would
never leave Midway alive.
McLoughhn saw word -oi the
threat had been relayed to Pos-
ton, departure point of the
Diane which will take Mikoyan
to the west coast He said the
plane was given a thorough ex
amination oeiore it leit jor vru-
CagO. i
McXiOughim saia the searcn
ers found nothing.
Air Force Pilot ;
Blamed In Crash
That Killed Twelve
WASHINGTON (UPI)The Ci-
3 Aeronautics Board (CAB)' Fri Friday
day Friday blamed the negligence of a
jet pilot for the air collision of
his jet with a commercial air airliner
liner airliner last May near Brunswick,
Md.
Twelve persons were Tolled in
the crash. The pot, Capt. Julius
R. McCoy oft' the Mairyland Na National
tional National Guard wa the only sur survivor.
vivor. survivor. ' N
The board said McCoy failed
"to exercise a proper and ade adequate
quate adequate vigilance to see and avoid
other traffic." r
McCoy's f 33 jet tPainer plugged
into the side of a Capital Air Airlines
lines Airlines Viscount last May 20 in a
daylight, cleairweather mishap
four miles east-northeast of Bruns Brunswick.
wick. Brunswick. Seven passengers aboard the
Viscount and its crew of four
were killed as was a Ipassenger
in the T33. McCoy parachuted to
safety. The rewrt Said the Vis
count's pilot and co-pilot could not
be blamed for the mishap in any
way.
GETTING READY-Carefully
shining her shoes in Oklahoma
City, Okla, polio victim Pamela
Henry, 8, gets ready to tour the
United States as ohe of the
three 1059 March of Dimes pos poster
ter poster children. Pamela will visit
cities coast to coast during
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MOSCOW, Jan.' 10 (UPI) -?
ern embassies tolav replying to

stand on Berlin and suggesting terms for a German peace treat"y 0
i The first of ; the two .notes, replying to the West's Dec. li
declaration on Berlin was delivered to the embassies of member

nations oi tne Atlantic pact.
The second, sugtestinr draft
ered to representatives of the.
World War II.
Neither note was mader "nuhlic
immediately.
U.Si charge d'affairet ftichard
Davis received America's copies
of the two notes in the absence of
ambassador Llewellyn Thompson.
who is in the United "States.-.' ,'
Western observers speculated
that theuote en Berlin might con",
tain sugestions or proposals for a
conference op 'the problem. They
said the West's notes of Dec. 31
"did not Ios the doof' to nego negotiations,
tiations, negotiations, -tf
The proposed peace treaty pre presumably
sumably presumably repeats previous Soviet
proposals on; thellubect,' which
were unacceptable to the West,
The principal point, at Issue
with regard to possible peac,'
treaty is the question of reunify reunifying
ing reunifying Germany. The West insists
this should be accomplished
through free elections while
Russia ay it should be work
ed out between representatives
of the "two Germanies."
Meanwhile In Washington. Amer
ican officials said today the Unit'
ed States may offet to? give Rus
sia flat guarantees against attacK
bv a reunified Germany if the
Kremlin will agree to merging
the two parts of that, country by
free elections.
Such an offer, they said, might
well be part of a package propos proposal
al proposal to the Soviet Union on Euro European'
pean' European' security and settlement of
the German problem.
It would constitute a response
on broader terms to Soviet depu
ty premier Anastas I. Mikoyan's
request for Western counterpropos counterproposals
als counterproposals on the Berlin crisis.
Mikoyan, American officials
said, told Secretary of 1 State
John Foster Dulles at their Men Men-day
day Men-day meeting that Russia does
not Want to force the West eut
of Berlin and tk f6r new Al Allied
lied Allied proposals to settle the prob prob-elm.
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For Abducted Child
NEW YORK, Jan, 10 (UPI) -The
FBI assigned additional
agents today to the search for kid kidnaped
naped kidnaped baby Lisa Rose Chionchio,
which went into its second week.
It was reported that about 500
FBI men are engaged in the
hunt for the infant and her a
ductor. Lisa Rose was two and
half hours old when she was taken
from her bassinet at St. Peter's
Hospital in Brooklyn Jan. 2.
Police picked up a woman near
Times Square yesterday on a tip
that she might be the bleached
blonde suspected of kidnaping Li
sa Rose. She was held for three
hoUrs before being released.
Detectives completed question
ing of employes at the hospital
with no indication that any new
clues were uncovered. The em
ployes also were finger-printed.

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Panama & CZ Auto i

Club Holds Annual j
Meelijig January if,
The Panama Canal Zone AutiS
mobile Club will hold its annua
meeting Jan. 19 at 6:30 p.m. at
the Tivoli Guest House. ,AS f)
The meeting will include a buft
fet dinner, a travel film, and;:i
report of the club's activities and
the American Automobile Associafr
tion during 1958 as well as elee
tion of officers ,S
It has been that aQ persons plaw
ning to attend the meeting makl ,.
reservations not later than Jam
12 with the secretary-teeasurtie
Mrs. Mildred K. Turner.
Following the report by theluB

there will be an election of omo
ers. The nominating committe
has proposed a slate and addition
al nominations may be madt
from the floor,
Candidates nominated, are: ft
president Thomas E. Burrow
first vice-president Henry T,
Carpenter1; second vice-presiden
John w. Matthews: secretary
treasurer Mildred K. Turner. 4

Executive committee, member!

nominated for Panama City and
suburbs are Enrique Arias, Frahi,
Morrice, and iDaniel -A. PsfentaT
for Colon, Robert G. Leigh, : r
For tne pacific side of the ca&si
Zone, nominees Are Roger W.
Adms, Edward G. Coyle, Edgar
F. Daggett, William. E. D6bson,
Harry u. mou, Kicnara &.
jonn a. fiverson james a. rra
ser, Meyer Kaplan, Edward IS,
Kennerd, Ralph K. Skinner, and
Howard E. Turner;' -
Atlantie side candidates art
William E. Badders, Fay M. Bown
Henry Carpenter and- Whitmaa
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