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(; '; ST, JOHN'S, NfldJan. 31. (UPI) Ships and planes
searched today Irv bitter wintry weather for a Danish ves vessel
sel vessel with 95 persons aboard which was feared to have gone
down, after hitting an iceberg off the Greenland coast
More than 38 hours after it was last heard from the
cargo-passenger ship Hans Hedtoft had not been sighted.
. Danish premier "H, C. Hansen said In Copenhagen that
-fear Is gnawing on. us." '1 j
"' The accident was reminiscent of the Titanic disaster
in the North Atlantic 47 years ago which cost 1517 Jives.
Both ships were designed to be unsuitable and both struck
Icebergs on weir Tnniqn
A U. S. Navy earch plane co covered
vered covered a 100-square mile area in
two houses and reported : finding
nothing. ' j
a RArman trawler criss-crossed
th area for houa but could find
no trace of tne vessel.
,The U.S. Coast Guard cutter
Csmpbell was racing t the cen.
A Coast Guard spokesman in New
York called the Campbell "our
best ehance" of finding the Hans
Hedtoft if tt still wa afloat.
The first dlsJras eall from !h
Danish vtml w .mivd at
. a llt4S .m. vtrday Th last
..word ws:sttJ:36 p.m. yaifar-
The reported positioa of tfie Hass
Hedtoft was miws soumcasi yi
T Capa Farwell at the Southern tip
. of Greenland, the Coast Guari
said. The closest point of land was
an ironic 24 miles away. -,
The accident wwurred in rough
weather naed -by 0-foot, high
waves, gale-force winds and snow
- with poor Visibility. J
.The Halifax weathw ffle said
May the .weather had Imprev-
II Censdjan Ships
"Arrive At Bslboa
' Twoaleek Canadian naval yes yes-f
f yes-f s self halted briefly today in Balboa
f N at the approximate' half way
' Z ... irlf .Tnttff transfer voyage
which ultimately wilji take them I
- ir...v.t- ftritash Columbia.! 1
' The vessels, both, pale green
- destroyer escorts re HMCS Ot Ot-.
. Ot-. tawa and Assinibolne. Their long
. 'voyage began at, Kingston On Ontario,
tario, Ontario, and they reached. Cnstobal
St daybreak Vesterday. After s
' daylighttrans.it pf the Canal toth
ships moored at Balboa for a brief
UTheetwo ships wul .aid this
sfternoon for Acapulcd, v Mexico,
f where they will spend four days
' before setting out on the final leg
f the long sea passage in van-
The Ottawa has a complement
erf 211 officers nd men and is
under Cdr. W. tt.'WUson.'The As-
simboine is captained, by 3dr. J.
Coulter and carries a crew of 240
men and officers.;'
;Shfeila Murphy, 7t
Dies Of Uukemia
1 At Corgas Hospital
- Shefla Virginia' "Murphy, only
, child of Mr. and Mrs. Uoyd Mur-
" v phy of Balboa, lost a long battle
' ' against leukemia today. SI would
, have been eight years-old Feb. 25.
i;, ; 4 She died this iriornmg at Gorgas
" Hospital, where she was born The
.'"fatal disease .was first diagnosed
. xn ioveniurr ui omi
' been under care at the hospital off
M and on since that time. Sne naa
j been under the constant medical
. i it- supervision of the pdiatrlec staff
' :- at Gorgas,. and was admitted for
the last time Jan. 19. .
The child was entered as a sec
end grade student at Balboa Elem-,;-
entary School last September, was
1 able to attend only six weeks. 7
, Mr. and Mrs. Murphy are well
v: known Zonians. Both are employes
' of the Canal Zone personnel office.
Memorial services will be held
Tuesday afternoon at 4 30 at the
- Balboa Union Church. (Tha ashes
will be committed to AU Souls
' Chaprl of the Cathedral of St.
Luke. t i
The parents have asked that
- persons 1 desiring to make gifts
, forward contributions to the Canal
Zona Cancer Committee. -(
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d to cltar kts and better
visibility but it still wa bitter
cold and windy.
The air temperature at the time
of the accident and today was
about 26 degres, the Coast Guard
said, and the- water temperature
was 38 degrees. 4 ..
Coast Guard Lt. A. H. Scarbo Scarborough
rough Scarborough said in New York that "ge "generally
nerally "generally accepted survival data"
indicates that persons': in the v
cean in less than 82 degree tem temperature
perature temperature and without .water-tight
clothing "would survive not more
than one hour." 1 V
Defied; To Be Shot
Within 24 Hours
' HAVANA, JanaitTPD-i Cu Cu-oa's
oa's Cu-oa's supreme, military tribunal to today
day today .rejected' the appeal of 'con 'convicted
victed 'convicted No. 2 "war criminal" JUaj JUaj-Pedro
Pedro JUaj-Pedro Morejon Valdes, dooming
him to death before a firing squad
witmn tne next 24 nours.
The four-man tribunal confirmed
the death sentence imposed bv a
lower revolutionary court on Mo-
xcjon alter a thiree-nour Hearing.
The court's decision was relay relayed
ed relayed to Morejon in his cell at Ca-
oana fortress by his court-assigned
attorney, Capt. Anstides Acesta.
Acosta awakened Moreion to
read nim the official verdict.
Under rebel penal code proce proce-dure,
dure, proce-dure, Maj. Ernesto Guevara, com
mandant 01 La Cabana fortress fortress-prison,'
prison,' fortress-prison,' must get the time for the
execution. j j
Sources at Cabana' said they
were unable to predict exactly
wnen me sentence will be carried
wnv However they noted that the
execution must.be held within 24
Oil Company Studies
Results Of Drilling
in Bocas del Toro
The present status of drilling
operations by the Champlin Oil
and Refining Co. in the BocaS del
Toro province near the Costa Ri Ri-can
can Ri-can border has been outlined in an
Interview with H. N. Seevers vice
president in charge of operations.
sAfter seven months of steady
drilling, a study of the results- and
efforts must now be made, he said.
Hundreds of samples of the for formations
mations formations penetrated ; must be- ex examined
amined examined microscopically and at attempts
tempts attempts made to correlate them
with other formations-in the area
Electric logs made of the holes
drilled are, still to be studied
- The data will then be applied tc
the seismograph work and surface
geology done before the drilling.
The. massive drilling ba rge
bfoueht here from the States was
returned for operations off the
coast of Louisiana, Seevers said.
."Current scientific .studios un underway
derway underway designed to helo in the
selection; of future drilling sites
might indicate that future drilling
should be on land .instead of in
water, stated SeeverS.', "In that
case, a land-type drilling rie would
be moved to the area from the
;Seevers- made it clear that only
the drilling barge has been moved
out. .AU of the other materials re
quired for drilling are stored in
Almtrante to await further drilling.
. "The current situation should not
br misinterpreted," said Seevers.
"Champlin has lost no part of its
enthusiasm and interest in the
search for oil in Panama." -. i
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GRIEF-STRICKEN Albrook Capt. Thomas C. Marine of Caribbe an Air Command embraces the bodv of his stranelprt father
Thomas J. Marine, as Capt. Marine'a wife Shirley, sobs at a table. The body la lying as the murderers left It (Photo- Werner
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Boyd. Aleman Quit
Assemblymen AquUino Boyd and
Alfredo Alemaff Jr. today 'submit 'submitted
ted 'submitted theu- resignations from the Na Na-finnoi
finnoi Na-finnoi Patrintio rnlitio to the na
tional directorate headed by Pres
ident Ernesto de la ijuarcua jr.
The two "Assemblymen h a d
threatened to resign if the Pres President
ident President signed into a law bill amend amending
ing amending the national electoral code. De
la Guardia signed the bill yester yesterday.
RnvH a fnrmer Fnrelen Minister.
and Aleman said today tnat when
the President signed tne mil ne
automatically accepted their res resignations.
ignations. resignations. J - f
They made' It official today by
submitting in writing their separa separa-Uon
Uon separa-Uon from the party.. i c
Boyd and ; Aleman are opposed
the portion of the electoral amend amendment
ment amendment which sets the number of
members required for the .regis .registration
tration .registration of a political, party at. 22r
- Drunk Arrested
. Carlos Canate, 62, Colombian,
was arrested, on the street in Cris Cris-obal
obal Cris-obal last night in a state of In Intoxication
toxication Intoxication and unable to care for
umself. t 11
Canate, who Is unemployed,, is
leing held in jail pending a hear
og in Cristobal Magistrate'! Court
m Monday, morning.
hunc the truth and the country is i&fiP Abraham 'Lbieoln-
PANAMA, R. P, SATURDAY, JANUARY S1, 195 v f
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Three Expert Canal Consultants Due
For Two-Day Meeting With PC Brass
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Three of the six-member panel of consultants appointed by the House Merchant Marine and
Fisheries Committee to stndy the overall features of the Isthmian canal problem are arrivinr
here tomorrow for a two-day meeting.
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gua where they made certain
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. -f j?--- mm. mvtvvi ti 0 mautissiioa. niiu efviiii
E, Slater. ; They are accompanied by Bernard J Zincke, assistant counsel of the Merchant Ma Ma-rinn
rinn Ma-rinn and Fisherlex flnmmlttfe' And Hnwaril T. Prllhlnw utaff k. .n...itnn.
Other panel members are Fran Francis
cis Francis S. Friel, of Philadelphia; E.
Sidney Randolph, of Baton Rouye,
La.; and Hartley Rowe,' of Bos Boston.
ton. Boston. All of the consultants, with
the, exception of Groves who was
unable to make the trip, .visited
here last March. y
The panel will hold formal ses sessions
sions sessions in the Board Room' of the
Administration Building both Mon Monday
day Monday and Tuesday. u; .
A trip through Gallltrrf Cut Is
scheduled for Tiwsday night to
permit the censultants to see
the experimental J'ghting" instal instal-latient
latient instal-latient recently cemplaUd.
The group will be welcomed by
Gov. W E. Potter at the oucnina
session Monday morning.,-
; This will be followed by a pre-!
sentation of Panama Canal traf traffic
fic traffic statistics, and projections..-
v other subjects for consider
t!on include the Canal traffic
control system; ; model t)na
at the Navy's David, t y I e r ;
Model Basin! and reports and
discussions en studios dene by
the consulting firm of Parsons,
niwuini riciu HMnorruw miernoon, living nere irom Mana
investigations concerning the proposed Nicaraguan canal route.
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Brinckorhoff, Hall ana Mac don-
aid on tho Isthmian Canal
dy and report of 1.947.
Panama Canal personnel who
will lead the discussions sessions
or nresent reports include Lt. Gov.
John D. McElheny; Capt. Warn
er s. Rodimon, Marine Director.
Lt. Col. Robert D. Brown, Jr.,
Engineering ana construction Di Director;
rector; Director; sno Hugh A Noma, eco economics
nomics economics of the Executive Plan Planning
ning Planning Staff
'The panel of consultants is com com-posed
posed com-posed of some of the outstanding
figures of the' engineering fields,
Groves, now .a vice, president of
Remington-Kana, inc.; neade tne
Manhattan Project during World
War II for the development of
' Hollister Is Dean : of Engineer Engineering
ing Engineering at Cornell University, and
Slater Is a senior partner in the
engineering v consulting firm of
Coverdale and Colpitts, of Kew
York, i . -Ths-
tiree members not aailng
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the trip this 'year also have es-
taoushed outstanding records in
Various fields of engineering.
: Friel,, who heads a prominent
engineering .firm in Philadelphia,
is now serving as president of
the American. Society of Civil En
Both Rowe and Randolph are
well known for their previous as
sociatlon with the Canal enter
prise as engineers during or since
the Canal construction period.
Meanwhile the eeenCng of bid
Monday for the Widening and
deepening ef GaiHard Cut will
come ust iO, years after a
change of plant which altered
the width of. the Panama Carul
from 3"0 te 300 feet through
what was than known as Cule Cule-.bra
.bra Cule-.bra Cut. :".'-..
This Change, of plans wa s re reported
ported reported in the Feb. 10, 1909 Issue
of the Canal Record, official pub publication
lication publication of the- lithjmai Canal
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Ex-GZ Employe i
Thomas J. Marine :
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Two men were, beina hli4 tnAnv Jku tk& r
secret Police m the bruta
. Marine, 77, r well-known
..... vu ,,wwi nums on v-enrrai Avenue next to the
Amador Theatre. Marine's wife, Rita, was beaten in the
, T.he "o men Jos Felix Prado, 24, Panamanian' ant
Juan Lumbrerasr, 38, Spaniard, were captured within r
half hour of the attack hiding in a nearby building; ..
Secret Police were alerted by a neighbor of the Ma
nnes who heard Mrs. Marine's screams and shouts fo
help. Police were at the flat within
Ihe suspects are being
nave been no official eharnet
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thouah thev-hav rnnrterllu
The murder I i .Z,"M,M,,,SB Ine K""n9-
shortlv before 10:30 Mm
his wife returned home.
' Marine mounted the stairs
first and was set upon as he
opened the door;-HI wife, had
not yet entered tha building,
Mrs.. Marine wa attacked as
she entered the apartment a tfeW
minutes lt.r. Her aprsa m- mm..
uiiuiiKii i.iiRif iiMai nv Aanrari mm
The assailants had fled through
a iKyrgni Dy me lime oie police
arrived a few moments later
It is believed that robbery was
tho motive. If so, there I
torriblt irony in the fact that
Marino had exactly $1.30 on his
person wnen no was jnurdered.
Marine is well known through throughout
out throughout the Isthmus. Born in 1881 at
Davis, W. Va., he came to the
Canal Zone in 1905. For nearly
ten years he served as official
Canal Company photographer.
Shortly after 1915 he left Canal
employment to open the Marine
Photo Stucfo in Panama r.itv
which for many years was reput reputed
ed reputed one of Panama's top studios
A few vears lafee h riur.H
to the Canal rolls as an employe
m me oia Ancon rost office, from
which he retired in MM.
Marine was also at various
times active in shipping and
Panama City real estate.
One of his children ii Pant
Thomas C. Marine; 34, Command
Protocol Off cer for the Caribbean
Air Headquarters at Albrook AFB.
Capt. Marine was born at Gorgas
Hospital and has servoH an
Air Force officer since 1948
Three married daughters also
survive, Bertha 'Scott,- Balboa,
Diana Bncht- and A hew Ta ihnH
both of Curundu. -.
Zone Car Check
Deadline Is Set
For Feb. 27ih
Car owners in the Canal Zone
have less than a month left in
which to have their vehicles test tested
ed tested for operation during the cal calendar
endar calendar year 1959, it was announc announced
ed announced yesterday by the Motor Trans Transportation
portation Transportation Division.
Up to date the number of priv privately
ately privately owner motor vehicles lic licensed
ensed licensed in the Canal Zone which
have passed inspection total 2, 2,-402.
402. 2,-402. This means that approximate
ly half of the privately owned
cars in the Canal Zone are still
to pass inspection, it was stated.
Tne annual inspection started
Jari.. 2 at the Motor Transporta Transportation
tion Transportation Division garages in Ancon
and Cristobal and will continue
until Feb. 2T.
Hours of inspection of private
vehicles will be changed on the
Atlantic aids because of the lack
of customers during the hours
maintained outside the normal
Effective Monday, the hours for
inspection in tha Motor Transpor Transportation
tation Transportation garage in Cristobal will be
from 7 to 11 a.m. and from 12
noon to 4 p.m. instead of from. 8
a.m. to 5 p. m Monday through
Hours for inspection in the gar gar-lge
lge gar-lge in Ancon ,will continue from
; a.m. until 5 p.m. Monday
hrough Friday until the end of
The annual inspection of mo moor
or moor vehicles is requred for all
orivately-owned ears which are
licensed to operate in the Gaml
muri.Pt net n;k i .
retired Canal Zone employe
" T ra?
held incomunicado. Then
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JUAN HERMOSO ARZOS
The murder might never htv
happened if the elder Marie
heeded repeated urging by h
children to move from the set
ond floor flat on Central Avenia
So it was learned from Cap
Marine who, with his three si
ters, had long tried to persuat
his father to find more suitab
quarters. But the elder Marit
continually postponed the move
Mrs. Rita Marine was admit
tod lat night to Corgas Hos Hospital,
pital, Hospital, where she was taken by
her son. She Is suffering freir
facial bruises and shock am
has boon under sedation fet
She was not told of her hu
band's death until this morninj
The sad task fell to her son, 'Cap
Marine, who told her the -tragi :
truth as soon ss she had regaint
Meanwhile,, the secret Police.
leeking Juan' Hei'moso Anol,
33-year-old Spaniard who anriw
in Panama: last December. Lan
breras and PrSde have finger
Arxol as being the one" whe- nki
ted the attempted, robbery.
They said he acted as : the
lookout from Santa Ana. Plata Plata-?ros
?ros Plata-?ros the..atreet...'i I-.;-.. r,i?r
Arzol is a mining engineer wl
has been exploring, the Ocu r
5lon. He was once arrested 1
is Secret Police in connect
wwa, a Ayoemaie-oiBjv -u.
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SATURDAY, JANUARY SI, 1951
THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILT NXWSPAPES
THE PANAMA AMERICAN
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Pen month in Advance.
fM l MONTHS IN ADVANCE.
r Out Via in advance
THIS IS YOUt FORUM THI READERS OWN COLUMN
The Mail lea it an epea torum ror readers of ThaMf
UtHit art received rarefully and ars kindled in a wholly confidential
to keep tha latter limitad to ona pant length.
If vn cenfrjbjrti
Mat air. latter
tltiM tr ts ke
IdantitT letrea wrilere it held m ttrictett etwee;-,
Thit nawtpapar attumei no retpontibilltr.faraniantt epteiaions
expressed in lattart from reader.
THE MAIL SOX
I a.m an invalid polio victim, unable to get about ; I trj -to
collect stamps to pass the time away. I woum use "X"
someTn friend in Panama or Central or -South America
who would be interested in "changmstam
32 Flanthurst Road,
YANKEE, STAT HERE
SJSSSaJin my letter of any such
XLWlXl oiutj i-
JirffllK; aSs'Sciit; did not cri-
'..;tinn on the part of Fulgencio V
ae iuwT-. .ttit,,H. nn hftdbest 06 couwoww-.;-
? to strike jmorai tS brand Castro's justlte-s
? i. iitn hvnocrltical of tne ya e
v, via TlR has
was trying to get across w vu-k -t
:ize Fidel (
tions on th
pocrltica oi u uo arJS wnlcn
.virUHan" after naving juy w ,.. mcti.
hrhueht about many 'times mora "-,r'."",nf entlrely miss-
f The writer of 'Ente nainmia .-. f w- the
et these two simple potato .then K0"0 Jai.ture of the US
Clnal, the closing of Mmdi Dairy, and tne P opiQiqn that
irlm this area. IFor good mwunte th'Tnama CanaVsvre CanaVsvre-PaWa
PaWa CanaVsvre-PaWa is nojjegally entitled to JAgSan blgMoti.
.Tejiues. and trial I m bn the a l aeoi on the gldeol
1 Regular readers of the Mail box snow haye
jama's underdogs They know the 0Iiecelve at the
&ed the un a r treatment l ha f e
mds oi tne a i -.-g inmvidual Americans snouia uuu
ntly insisted that the US or nmv ofe natlon&
""rer of "Entertainment Value"
jtindi Dairy and so forth "unfa;r- th t r c0untry is split Into
If h. thinks It a mer "?nBitween them under foreign
t& Prnffi dollars from the
control, and that the US has gat nea re sympa:hy
Canal that causes this split then he nas ye to clean Qut
Nor was it xor "".- ; nmvirte 1obs for. so many
". r"" hat the Canal would yield .those duj
iruaamit uv -r tmnk the Panama uanaiB
By VICTOR RIESEL
Senate racket busteribtve been
doing some sexy reading these
past few days. They ve been por
ing over Ed Murrow's radio script
on the world's oldest profession.
This reading is for professional
purposes only. The investigators
nave had enough spicy stuff on
their hands, but counselor Bob
Kennedy nevertheless called for
the transcript of the Columbia
Broadcasting System's charges
that tens of thousands of prosti
tutes are being used to clinch big
Behind Kennedy's call for that
transcript is a headline making
story which is just beginning to
unravel the story of labor's
rolling counteroffensive after two
years of being hit by its worst
public relations since dues stamps
were invented. Bob Kennedy ask
ed for that transcript in routine
fashion as be does whenever bis
committee is urged by some res-"
pectable force or citizen to con consider
sider consider probing some crisis.
This time the call tor an in
vestigation of American business
came from Al J. Hayes, cnair cnair-man
man cnair-man of the AFL CIO Ethical
Practices Committee and presi
dent of the missile making mil
lion member International Assn.
of Machinists. Hayes, privately
aware that the network's charges
could not be probed because it
will not reveal its sources, none nonetheless
theless nonetheless dispatched the following
message to Sen. McClellan's prob probers:
ers: probers: i "I am shocked by Murrow's ex exposure
posure exposure disclosing the extent of
the practice of using prostitutes
and deducting the cost as a busi business
ness business expense. I believe that these
shocking revelations properly come
within the purview of the McClel McClel-lan
lan McClel-lan Committee, wh'ch is charged
with Investigating improper acti activities
vities activities of both labor and manage management.
ment. management. I trust the McClellao
Committee will investigate these
unethical practices of business cor corporations
porations corporations with the same thorough thoroughness
ness thoroughness that it has investigated la labor's
bor's labor's problems."
The CBS blast at some big busi business
ness business came coincidentally at the
very moment when labor decided
on its biggest propaganda push.
From now on anything that can be
hung on the other side will be
hung. Labor- har not dqne much
Isn't It Remarkable at His Age?"
tnnmanian. ,W8 r .h
w&te mwl-?. for otherwise toe
rr:ta favnr of the US remaumiB --,- M -hnts
if a am t- ij starve our ran"""""" "-o
tnmanlan underdoga would starve. i th am0 time,
wrned 7or thei l'om shed their bigotry
We lA'S Vn Panamanian
SPSyZrSlbi eStxt ends.
the Canal Zone:. m mmv us agencies and clti
1. The Digotry yip.
"M The irrped of Panamas oig a ln our
oin country we ar held l down by Kg m f
fwd lack of decent salaries, lacs uiw Dy tne US
J&le rents. In the Canal Zone JJ cenJ trounjj.,
X Local class! ficat ions and by jgglc 0a WePunderdog3 orf-.IverieTmlTouf-cordly
refusal to fight for our
Anyhow. I hope the writer 1'
now got a true picture of S" remain here if it wants
.SSi-Sfifi -g, type of gov-
gorily mean communists. Reconsideration
f PAGING GEN. LEMAY
Sir: iH. n.ner that my old boss General Curtis ut-
At the same time
and automation has
cost the,AFL-CIO over half a mil million
lion million members.
Hundreds of thousands of others
are jobless in such areas as De Detroit.
troit. Detroit. For labor to keep its or
ganizers under wraps now would
mean to slip backwards. So this
is the : nlttoaVkedt for the
much anrJrOTaunWn' ioT
new; uieiuuc a muu uiuei wages.
Most dramatic is
r onsw raAnsoN
MAN ABOUT TOWN
Roberto Rossellini's latest in
terest is American dancer Grace
HUley in Paris. .Asia, tha gl
weds Tier manager Robert uunDar
next month. .auzy Parker's "ois "ois-tinguished"
tinguished" "ois-tinguished" friend escorted her to
"Ine Disenchantea" the other
perf, but she won t reveal his
name. .Iieury Hull, Jr. and his
wife reconciled. ."World of Suzie
Wong" backers will be paid ofi in
a fortnight. Th? big cost $185,000
.The Great ProiUe s daughter,
Landbergs (Meredith Stern of the
Ffiuiy newspaper cian securea a
Nevadivision. .Dale Ishimoto,
estranged from Mliko Taka
(Brando's leading lady in "Sayo "Sayo-nara"),
nara"), "Sayo-nara"), it dating Carole Everen,
H'wood show-gal . .The youngest
bunch of dancing dolls on Broad
way are those at tha International.
Average age U 18. .Marguerite
Lamkin. nsur of piaywrignt
Speed Lamkin, and a cor Rory
Hamty hide s-woo at tne inateau inateau-Madrid
Madrid inateau-Madrid . .Ellen McCown, lead
ing lady of "Boy Friend," and
Gerald Price, leading man of "3
r" upon n
itSwllftome to his attenao.
that I hope wu co, 1055 ind had the pleasure
..Vone vear of my service tim; in ue T-.r d lie
"t ZZ Air Force Base. Rosweli, New weA.cu
47th Air DivYsVn; 812th Installation. Squadron as a
fighter. ,d like t0 bring to his attention a-
J Now here is the beef I wouio 1 Ke w v s ibout
iituation he may be able to f lomethmg rtbout. We
Sozen local boys joined the Air Force Mier n
hit aU ass.gned to "."yA"" our assignment here
.S. for the last year ur hrtcahs' "s rom the States.. In
tjra drew overseas pay the same s e p ys territorialists
1953 an order was put out to the effect that oona
irould not receive overae. v-x- ; - that ti but
would apply to anyone enlisting after the. date ot me ru..u
we kept on drawing me v3
ti. .nthr It mv own. Wnen we were .cm i" "";-
w aepi. uu ui"". Kiji0 t w use two cases
Now here is where tne cneese new v nri nf
ri7nd had all the overseas pay he naa arjw 1 .. "".".
Zt his Day. This did not happen 10 me. nun
hy? ... .... ,ij i,ua nav our own way home
rou consioer ine Kuya m ... r roB!irH1pk. where they
egardless of where tney nve m mc
lltoWend received no credit on hufllcharge form for overseas
Le and receweTcredit for three years. By not giving my friend
C. credit he lost $100 on his discharge bonus, but 1 got U H
ould have usl it to pay his wife's wa. home .not to mention his
fiiwn wav all (he way from New York. ;.-
I would like to ask the General il territorialists get a better
t .1.- Ih.n ...rvnn. Plsr? Do thev Bet breakfast in
led? Or are they required to do the same kind of work as their
!et tha same privileges. I beat the Air Force on the come home deal
y applying under Air Force regs to be sent to the nearest base to
iy hom. for discharge. This was gladly granted to me with one
h4th 1 hd tn tian a sworn statement to the effect that 1
Iraild never' rt-enlist in tht Air Force again. 1 did not want to sign
Ihi because I did not know how the job situation was back in tne
i.Z, but the officer saw ign or no go nume wi uui.nx
.ki. v m uifa urav nn mv own wav mime 1 bikucu.
Ciivb nnnBh when I cot home no jobs, and I tried to re-up. All
bverthe walls of the re-up office were pretty slogans asking you to
May Air Farce, but Washington said no soap. They refused to take
Krlr an Airman Kim i:ilt wiin an pxceiieni rccuia anu n n imom
haH iMrMtt lift out. nf a nossible 150 on the Air Force senior
firefighter exam which to my knowledge is the highest grade ever
rfamefi nn ihia last
" The tarriinrlalinti opt this shabbv deal and It should be kept
In mind tint here in the Canal Zone the only benefit received from
the G.I. Bill is the educational one. There are no home or Dimness
loans and an employe of the U.S. government can hardly sign 1
sauoer's cath for medical attention as provided Dy tne tvorean mn
J5o maybe, JLemay can see the point and try. to do something
about it. Tne'Ws from here do (he aame1 terVW time and work
il everyone else and deserve the same benefits short xA receiving
Jwvmipay-ior being stationed at torn
w- Weteye Willie.
The AFL-CIO and some of its
unions are today the heaviest
broadcasters in the land. The na
tional headquarters, for example,
now runs three major radio net network
work network shows two of them daily
and several continuing TV broad broadcasts.
casts. broadcasts. The radio news shows pour
out over some 500 fitations.
Most unique of these are the
United Steelworkers 15 minute
broadcasts of songs and snatches
of union propaganda by that fine
Irish tenor Phil Regan. These are
scheduled for some 36 weeks
taking the broadcast right throueh
the union negotiations with Big
Steel and on to contract time,'
which many believe will be strike
Over at least another 100 TV
stations, labor is sunplyine 15 15-minute
minute 15-minute movies. On- 55 of these
stations now, the AFL CIO is
competing directly w'th the Na National
tional National Assnv of Manufacturers,
which has for years been supply supplying
ing supplying free prints on American in
dustry. Labor has whipned uo
shows of its own called "Anieri-
cans at Work" and is offering
The other telecasts are Daid for
by such unions as Walter Reuther's
Auto Workers; Dave McDonald's
Steelworkers and Mike Quill's
Th's report is by no means all
inclusive because there are Irer
ally thousands of other labor
shows. But these, are the big ones
in the big push. Paralleling them
is the revived activity of the AFL AFL-CIO's
CIO's AFL-CIO's Organizing Dept. which re
cently called in all union chiefs
for a refreshing breather. At a
two-day session the labor chiefs
were told the climate is better for
labor, the McClellan Committee
won't be around for much longer,
and that the time has come to
review the work of the oreaniz-
Their season is here and thev
were told to put the Show on the
changing her religious faith. .Si
natra s friend. Lady Beany, is
having a tough time getting over
it. .it's a Boy for the Jack Sea Sea-brooks.
brooks. Sea-brooks. The mother is Liz Toomey
of United Press Int'L .Gwen Ver Ver-don,
don, Ver-don, hurt in an accident while
"Redhead" was trying out in
Philly, is all right. The insurance
would pay th producers $7,000 lor
each perionnanfle sne missed.
Mr. Murrow! Isn't that "big cor
poration" allegedly employing
call-girls on a full-time basis (to
en.ertain custoners) a large meat
Firanchot Tone, just divorced
from Dolores-Dorn Heft, actress,
and Dewey Martin (estranged
from Peggy Lee) advertise their
torches at Tht Living Room spot...
The James Sheldons severed it in
Smogsville, Calif. He produces the
"West Point" TV series. She's a
prof, at UCLA. .Carmine De De-Sapio
Sapio De-Sapio has no objection to his
daughter Jeri marrying B. Rug
. 1. t .i t
Eieri, an aue in mayor vv aimer.
jazz star Milt Jackson (of the Mo
dern Jazz 4) and Sandra Kay wee
searetfflast 'week.v .Larry Dbby
Cleveland Indian star, is keeping
his nose out of everybody s busin
ess until it mends from recen' sur
gery. Chums hear that the Genry
Mulligans .vill try reconciling, des
pite all those dates with Judy Hoi
liday. .One of the call-girls in the
Ed Murrow skewp' (who co-wrote
a s ory for UPI, which dropped
heir name) is mitiarsd (J. C.
Mrs. Roosevelt now dwells in
house on the East Side. She owns
it. Rents out apartments on other
f'oors to friends and a few care
fully screened strangers. .The d
Joan Mann's new love is foreign
hotel magnate-Michel Leone, j
James Hammerstein, who is
being un-married, has a torrid ro
mance wiinjiAnua &uis 0. riower
Drum Song'.. .La vera Baker is
mending from surgery, at Wickers-
ham hosp. .France Nuyen has
an enure magazine spread in Pa Paris
ris Paris Match, the Life of Pares. An
honor usually reserved only for
Churchill and DeGaulle. . .Short
cut to a hearse dept.: The party
that lasted 72 hours in Vegas.
From the closing night of S. Davis,
WASHINGTON Spurning -.appeals
for a bipartisan labor re reform
form reform bill, Secretary of Labor Jim
Mitchell brought pressure on Re Republican'
publican' Republican' Senators b e h i a d the
scenes to keep their names off
the hill introduced last week by
Senators' Jack Kennedy of Mas
sachusetts and Sam Ervin of
North Carolina, hoth Democrats.
Earlier. Kennedy --.had, invited
Mitchell to' eooperatWn writing
a labor reform ; bill' That would'
keep it out of politics. Back from
the Secretary came this blunt
ultimatum : J'There- wtu be no
moratorium ea DolificV3
Caught in the middle was Scm
John Cooper Kentucky, Republic
an, who tad already promised to
!oin Kennedy in sponsoring : the
till. Sen. Clifford Case.'. NeV'Jeri
sey Republican, had also express
ed interest in it -Then
Mitchell stepped in. He
high-pressured the gentle Cooper,
sent an emissary, around to see
Case. Boti bowed to the political
ultimatum from the Labor Depart'
Coooer explained aooloaetically
that he was still free, to vote for
the Kennedy bill. Case suggested
inat tne dm pe smnpea. every,
thing but anti-racketeering re
forms. Amendments to the Taft Taft-Hartley
Hartley Taft-Hartley Law should.be handled in
separate legislation, he said.
The tousle-hfcired Senator from
Massachusetts hustled up a South Southern
ern Southern Democrat to co-sponsor the
bill. They introduced virtually the
same bill that passed the Senate
last year 88 to 1. ;
The lone Senator who voted a a-gainst
gainst a-gainst it, Nevada's rights- wing
George Malone, was defeated fur
re-election. But it will encounter.
more GOP ohstacletlhis "arcar.
rolled In its patlr.b? nojetsthanl
the Secretary Jtt Labor. ;
Don't invite Eairtha Kitt and
jazz great Miles Davis to the same
soiree .Marlon Brando is
threatening to shelve acting for di
recting. His damaged' orb is okay
. .John uieiguo. nao ms comraci
changed. His shew grossed $60,000
on tour some;; weeks and he got
only 3Gs Eaxuig his own tran
sportafion,leK4. Ethel MermarH
and me iypsy;' management
are "extremely happy with each
other." savs a teleeram in res
ponse to reports that they weren't
. .bod Shane 01 tne Kingston ino
(their recording hit is 10m uoo
ley," a bore) will marry Atlanta
socialite Louise Brandon in Marcn
.The CBS-TV newcasters are
wearing droopy chins, rocjaon,
etc. .Spotted at the Warwick's
Raleifih Room: The Earl of On
slow and Mr. Justice Black s
daughter June. .Kay Coburn, the
Latin Q. beaut, eloped with the
Tropicana maitre d' in Vegas.
were right about a lot of thing!
you saio. ; v -
row my son Terry that you
werent SO far off when you iiid
I Smoked -20 eieara a iav iiaa
days I even smoke 25.
"II JOU ever writa anvthifia a.
bout me iO the future finn't make
It tOO rOU eh On me 1 Vnna lht
Ll.eaused,.Goya a lot af trouble.
ana rm. really sorry, but tha
things 'those people kept telling r
me got me all worked up so I
IThen .that guy .from the press
club told-lnef tJ Vet Fitz-ralrf .
my lawyer,' lad thrt is whsn tha
tireworxs reauy started,, j really -got
roped in with .that giiy. -,
"The more,., think about some
of "the dirtsi mean thinis the
spread about my wife just to get
oer neat m -tne eiecuon, tne sica
er I feel. I hope some day every
body will know the truth behind
all this. .1 ; ..
TOLD THE TRUTH
'When the committee told me
I had to get in front of them and
tell them what I knew or else
they iwouMf.subjBoena4ne,vJ,l had
to tell the Uuth.v!?srv,
"I did the best, tiolild, Nobody
likes to be aueaiefjrlfi thost
oeople done rBotlrlnf. crooked they'.
hav nothingto be, worried about.
My mother ajway Jtpltitne tha
truth never,nBrt UbfendKS'
"I always'-Jo'-ed' Covat T riirfn't ''
want to hurt er. A lot ot people.
goi nuri in ai 01 tins and I don't -think
the people who beat Coyt
in the election are going to sleep
s" good any -more. I -guess that -was,
the-dirtiest 'campaign in the 4
history of the U.S. 1
No one could stand up. .Richard
Lewis ot life and Nancy Kovack
of "Disenchanted" are soooo ex
cited . .Jockey Ted Atkinson, who
quit riding, won' miss any meals.
Scads of real estate plus a large
dairy in Cal. .Rumor-about-town
That an AJi. and a P.M. news-
iter mav nvert Nn', Hrst na-
pem The morning paper started
afftadershla survey. By March 1
they'll, knew which features to
Linda Christian's sister (report
ed even prettier) prefers out-of
work actors. So many to choose
vii .The DeCstro
Sisters just learned that they are
taVsom off Fidel s family tree,
Is that good? . .The Budd Al-b-ights
(Sharon Lee) should count
ten thousand Deiore courinR ien
over each other. .A'fred Kruno.
Nazi s'eel industrialist convicted
at JNurembnrg. is now the richest
man in Europe. .St. George
Bryan and model Anne Takal date
at Voisin to flee lbm the
midtown crowd. .The James
KaTens "(he's in "3rd Best Sport"
nd she's Susan Reed, the folk
singer) will greet the Stork next
month. .facx carter s ex-maie
William Faulkner's magic name
apparently stopped the Boston
censors irom spoiling his new
play, "Requiem For a Nun." It has
loti of "strong" language
"Majority of One" which unveils
a the Shubdn reb. 18 has a $400,-
000 advance sale. .Joy Harmon
01 "Make Million" was to appear
m a "stunt" on the USS Indeoen
dence. The Navy cancelled itat
the last minute Wouldn't let her
aboard. .Wendy Nickerson of
'First .Impressions' will sue the
show because she broke her nose
and damaged an eye during re
hearsals.i Jill S John and Bob
Evans, rwopriddy pipple, led the
Hawaiian Room hoedown. "New
Faces of '59" has 58. from which lo
- !ect 18. .Lorraine Bend'x the
star's daughter, and' TV nrd
ducer Marvin Paige had the As
sembly patrons Sighing, too.
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Individual s&fety dtposit boxes, for jewelry and
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OFFICE JN PANAMA
109 Central Ave- at
rorner of "I" Street
'o. A. De K0UX,
Front St. at corner
of 7th St.
CARLOS M0UYNES V-
From t:M a.m. te 12:30 p.m.
SATURDAYS;, from 1:00 a.m. to 12:00 neon
Brigi'te- Bardot's burning at sis
ter Mijanoit's interview' with Pa
ris reporters. Regarding fiance
Dlstel. .Mij was ouotedr "He's
very frivo'ouo, flirtatious and too
food a dancer' tn mlM eood
husbind". ;that $100' tipper at
'ne Merroooie wa' Jackson Mc
Culloush from Toronto. .Cafe So
ciety Downtown will be eanvert-
Wire: "Concerning your item ,'a ,'a-bout
bout ,'a-bout Tm tiH. Where en produce-
David Merrick find her to
auriinn 'Oyosy'' . .Ro .Romantic
mantic .Romantic Twosome at Cyrano's:
Lena Home's lovely imaee Gil
and interior decorator Wesley
st the Hob Knob looked like Bar Bar-Tann.
Tann. Bar-Tann. .Monty Cliffs companion
bars Wilkie. pre'ty: niece of the
The New Yorker's Janl 10th
oajfe 22 ca-toon 'shows an Arab
baw'ing out his w'fe. holding their
'nf"n. "Geor"-! Wp can't call
him Georpe. Whoever hrard of an
rab. railed George?". .The
Consul-Oeneral for the United
Arab. His name is Dr. Georp
Tomeh. .Tlmp-Llfe veep Emmetf
Hughe and N.ncv Olnon dpted
it Sally's Highland Pair. In Jer Jersey,
sey, Jersey, aforrt'ng to it miblic'sfs. .
Jayn P. Mrrga.i hd to 'traight 'traight-en
en 'traight-en out a Latin cut'e. who mde
a brazen play for her married
brother. .rUine "Trp Dolr" .
Elizabeth Taylor checks Into the
Sherry-NetberlanJ Hotel Feb. 4th.
there's been a lot, of talk,
through the years about, women's
rights, very uttir about ie rights.
However, this ""problem- "if" ah
ways difficult. He faces t pros prospect
pect prospect of staying home, wifch is
lonesome; or coming, to Washing Washington
ton Washington to help around his wife's of
fice, in which case he feels awk
ward, out of place, and is some
times accused of nepotism.
Nevertheless women have their
place in Ount'fww HeTtWr-pUW
should hot be reserved solely for
widows and spinsters.
The only two women who nave
served for any length of time in
the Senate, it is true, have been
widows Mrs. Margaret tJnase
Smith of Maine and Mrs. Hattie
Caraway of Arkansas both dis
tinguished additions to the ;Sen
But married women certainly
should not be barred simply be
cause their husbands would be
unhappy in Washington.
It s with this background in
mind that you have- to view the
case of the most controversial
husband ever to have a wife in
Congress Andy Knutson of Min
nesota. His wife Coya has just
been defeatedr-JaEgeLy thanks to
lonesome 3flr!fl SO . I
Mrs. Krfufsoii was a fine "mem
ber of Congress. She came to
Washington a rather plain-looking
housewife, her hair drawn back in
a knot. But it wasn't long before
she had found her way to a beau
ty parlor and the charms of a
Meanwhile Andy was left out in
the 'told. Coya didn't mean to
leave him out. But Congress is 'a
busy place, Washington a busy ci city.
ty. city. So Andy fell into the hhnds of
his wife's enemies.
Andy Knutson has now written
this reporter a letter which spells
out some of his anguish, some of
his regrets.) It's a human docu document
ment document about a' human situation.
The essential portions are print
30 CIGARS A DAY
COME TO MINNESOTA
"A 'fellow hates to admit it whsn :
something bad is said about him.
oon t know how you find out
ome f the things you do for your
newsptiper column, but maybe
ince you are so good, you cn t
do some checking up in the 9th
jli-u ici ia Minne oia. i net you
will findr out plenty.
"I' VOU come via to DHaa .vnn
can have a room in Andy's Hotel l
irep oi enarge. Okieef is not too
far from Tasston and Bagley. I'm
Is peoplerwill let me alone. The I
people in. Oklee know bo Coya ?
and me, and they know that Coa I
is a good woman. Oklee went for ;
Coya in the election. I don't think
anybody irt, Oklee will believe any
more Hes 4beut Coya. I Jiope
she gets back toCongres'- some
day. This here Is one- letfer
wrote 4nyseM4 4 i
' AMyf KWtH? r.fs
"The way everyone had md all
stirred up last summer, I got pret
ty sore at?you. But I guess that Kneyeloilia.BHtnnlcfi
now that the facts are out, you -.-v; r"" T"T.
Although carbon makes) up up-less
less up-less than 1 per cent of all mat
ter, f it is important to ail
forms of life,, for everything
that -llvai or has' lived con contains
tains contains it. Carbon is1 found in a
Ide variety of forms from
soft and sUppery graphite to
hard diamonds. Because of its
softness, graphite 'makes an
excellent' lubricant" for;u ma machines.
chines. machines. Mixed with clay and
hardened, it becomes i'lead"
for ordinary pencils
Answer to FrevlouiPunlel
Yuba City. Ca'if. (UPd
Mrs. Ruby; McGe told a Sutter
County dfvorc court that hee hus
band Robert, refused to work and
"A woman Is lucky' to eet
man these days arid you should
support me."! ..
4 Hang ever
1 Leave out ;
7 1 0o astray
40 French cap
' 41 Recorda
14 Worry "-'lliOperatie solo J7 Smart retorts
15 Legal mattera n Denomln"atioii 28 Individuals
: ? -La- lH1rwaw- Thwart
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thing .j Wiid iggt
20 Wedge-shaped M Telegraphed
support 24 QirVl name
"City n v 2Sute
J Over aice
27 Cora on on-10
10 on-10 Thoroughfare
12 Girl's name
14 Give a new
' song tjtle
II Shiny painv
' IT Trudge
40 Coffin support
41 Small amount
43 Give life
48 Musical plays
11 Narrow bed
83 Leg joint'
14 Hawaiian tret
SI Leave, catl
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311 Bruja Road
Drtwof 3648 M1W. C.Z.
Edmund S. SlaUworln Pattof
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627 Ancon Boulevard
Orawei B' Balboa Heights
Phone Balboa 1727
William a Beeby. Pastor
hinday School 9:30 a m
Horning Worship 19 a. In
RafMiat Tnalfltna Urtlfl .... 8:30 Sltl
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Prtyer Meeting. Wednesday. 7:00 p m
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, IIBST BAPTIST CHURCH
t; Margarita Avenue at 5th Street
araarita. Canal Zone
Wendall C Parker. Pastor
fcindav Schodl ajn
IdominB Worship 11:00 a, m
Baptist Training Onion :30 p.m
Ivenine Worship 1 o.m
Brotherhood. Tuesdays l iOO o.m
Prayer Services. Wednesdays t 'M pm
WU.V. 1st & 3rd Fridays
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11:00 Holiness Meeting
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7:30 Salvation Meeting
Uvoy A Mrs. C. L. Mostley
11:00 Holiness Meeting
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Balboa Road at San Pablo Street
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:15 p.m Youth Fellowship.
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AUm at announced.
Church! rhs man ftifhi in rha Canal Zona, ana fhs terminal citiaa
nawt dk in writing by Wednesday noon rha latest et an changai
for tKa cominf Saturday'! church page
Ministers, church secretaries and chaplain! ara asked to Cntetm rha
f Panama and Cslon. Republu Panama, aatend a welcom at all
. ..J at the trrnsd tervttto. and to civilian heigh-
istra, friends and ftrirltar.
Ai a public ssrvies. Tha Panama American lists below by dtnomi dtnomi-ationi,
ationi, dtnomi-ationi, notices of hour! of wornhip and other regular activities.
Lilting! art rotated from time to time Danomiilstisnt having only
M at ftrt cnratlM tra iMfee" undtt "Orhsr ChuttHes ft Service!
A iperial listing it included far service! at Army potts. Air fare! base
gad Naval station..
IT. aUfir CHUHCH" Mlooa
Sunday Mame! T OD. 00 10 00 end
Hot Pay Maaeee ti5S ttfii 11 :5 a m
(Ad I 00 Ml
Canltsslons Saturday. :SU lo i:V0
tnd t :00 to 8:00 DM Thursday before
First Frtdtyi m to 1:00 pm
oven' 140 pro
catecDua sjsssi a net
IM IH0 mas
Klgh Seneai Btud Club tiSO p m ei
Sunday Ma-sea; tiSt. 7:30
Holy Daf maaAoai tu ai
. 7 '30 A o:30 m
an J IW
StUda 8:30 M :0U and
:1 t" g:00 am.
m. Tfeuradav before Flrt
Sacred Heart Devouona: iwu p.
catechism uiaas: j:u u :
OUR LAD Of PATIMA Cltdhdu
Sunday Mass at 1:00 a m.
Holy Day Mass at 3:30 p.m.
Confessional C:O0 to 6 44 p m Ml Sat
Catecnum tlasa: Saturday a:av as iu
ST. JOSEPH Paralso
Sunday Masses at 7:00 and I 111 t.m.
Holy Day Mass at 8:0(1 om
Weekdav Masses: :00 am
Confessions: Saturday 1:30 to 4:MI And
t un tr 7 .tn
Catechism Claat- Suhday :W u 4:00
MIraculbuS Medal Novena: liw D.m
convert uunrucuonai rnursaay nuu
ST. VINCENTS Panama City
Sunday Masse 6:00 and 8 30 a m
Hnlv Dav Masaaa. ft 10 and 5 (Ml D m
(It It falls on Saturday tht Masses are
iuu ano b-j a m i
CoAfeMlonal ttturday 3:00 to S:00 and
1:00 to 8:00 pm Thursdays before first
Friday 7:30 o m
Mlrtculous Medal Novent and Sta
Uons of the Cross: frlday ):I0 pm
Catechism Class: After 1:30 mass on
Convert Class; 6J0 p.m. Tuesday and
Sunday Mass: 8:30 am.
Hnlv Mass: (1:00 a m lit It falls
on Saturday 4:30 am.)
catecnism ciasn: 3:311 10 a m p m on
8:1)0 to 8:30 a.rA Sunday.
8T. JOHN BAPTIST Ol I.A MALLft
Stindif MattM- A'30 and 8!BU S.M.
Week Days Mass. 6 30 Mon, Thuri
IM and Aa rtrrt Friday fnsl 00 I d.
Boly ;tai : MajBgjs'; ;6:o im: t iCH
ConiMSlona: 3:30 to 4:30 and lit M
4100 pm, on Saturday
Miraculous tvteoai nc
ovens 1 Ptldsy 1:00
Catecnism Class: 3:311 p m
U1 TH S'RS'HK'li Ij.
Convert Class: Monday 7:30 O.m.
Sunday Mass: 7:00 a.m.
Dav Mass. 3:30 o.m
Thursday before First Friday 6:30 pm
citecnism ciass: 3.1a p-m on ounuaj
fisrrtd Heart Novena! 7:00 p.m. on
Convert Class: o:ju p.m. 011 iiiuibuij
ST JOSEPH'S ColAn
iy Masses: :u. B.vu and s:is a m
Holy Day Masses: 5:45 and 8:00 am
ana 5:45 p.m
Confessions 1 Saturday iuu to a:uu ana
IlM t glint-.----t" -r
Miraculous Medal Novena; Wednesday
8:18 tnd 1:00 p.m
Sacred Heart Novena. frlday CIS p.m
Sunday Evening Services 7:00 p m
Convert Cltss: 7:15 pm on Mftndnys
Cltethlsm Class 1 Sunday 10:11 t.fn. M
11:43 Km. 3:0(1 p.m to 4:00 p m.
First Friday Exposition of Most Bless Blessed
ed Blessed Stcrament all day Deposition at 8:80
a.m. Saturday morning.
First Saturday Devotions to our Lady
of Fatlma-The Holy Rosary 8:60 t ffl
First Communion Instructions lot chil
dren Mondays and Thursdays 8:00 to
MIRACULOUS MEDAL Cristobal
Sunday Masses: 7 :00, 8:00 and 10:80 t.m,
Hbly Day Masses: 8 00 ftfl a.m tnd
Confessions: Saturday 4 00 10 8:00 tnd
7 100 to 8:00 pm. After Rosary each eve-
Miraculous Medal Novena I 8:11 and
1:00 p.m. on Monday
CMCchlsm Class: After 8:00 Mass on
First frlday Exposition all dsv during
the School Year.
First Saturday: Mass at 8:00 am
HOLY FAMILY CHURCH In Margarita
sunaay Masses: 7 JO. i:30.
First Saturday Mass:
Bavurday . 7:00 p.m. to
Miraculous Medal Nnvana
Holy Bay Masses 7:30 am
Confession . 3:45 p m to
1 1 :ou a ti.
1:00 o m
4 45 p.m
Parish Family Rosary and
Benediction 7:00 p.m
Discussion Inquiry Croup 1J0 0 m,
1st. Friday Devollnns .
1st. Saturday Devotions
7 00 Bin
t 00 om.
6 SO am
Holy Day Masses:
:0o t.m tnd r(Mi
mfesslons: 4:00 to 8 AO tnd iiM U
s:ou p.m Saturday.
10:45 am, on Bundl
Convert Class every
Monday tt ltd
Miraculous Medal NoveAa 1 taM la
Sacred Heart Nmanai
1 100 at. en
IMMACULATE CONCEPTION OttaB
Suhds v Mass- 8:13 a.m
Holy Day Mass: 5:00 pm.
Confession: 30 to 7:00 B m on Bat.
Cstechism CTaaa- 4 Ofl o.m on Monday
OUB LADY OF GOOD COUNSEL
Sunday Masses: 7 00 an a jn m.
Holy Da-f Ma-ma: 'jr; m and S M
Confeaaiona Saturday ai 7.00 pm
after all evening devotlunt.
Baptisms by appointment
Miraculous Medal Novsjia: 7O0
Sacred Heart Novena 1 7:00 p.m on
Sunday Bthooli 8 80 pm. on Sunday
BtlltiotW. instruction. Class for Chil Children:
dren: Children: 4 tOO p.m on Thursday.
Convert Intlruetlona py appointment.
The Rt Hev HbM UeodMi. ( T O
The Vera Hev Mainen J Peterson.
TMt CAtMKDRAl Of ST LURK
70 am Holy comrti union
i:U am Church School iHoly Cm
mumon 3rd Sunday i
9:30 a. ffl Santa communion; ara sun-
1100 am M or nine Prayer and Sar
mon. Holy Communion is aunuaj
7:00 p.m Cvenint service.
w sun uus i a
4 .3V n
3.1 a m
J'OO IdT rSrlsalnhgry1 Priylrt
Chll'th ill M Andrew
Tht ReV William W Baldwin,
Prlsst In Charee
loly Cbhununlon ,.
'amlly prayer and
Also Hnlv dhmmun rm 2nd
7 JO a m
fiortllng Ptavet A SermoA U 00 a m
lundnv each month.
loly Commumon .oo ajn
Chapel f the Utnid Shepherd
The Rev Clarenre W Hayes.
PtleM u Charee
8:00 t.m Morning Prayer
IMC. fiftt Frldiy each Month)
SI. Simon's Chuich
TH Rev JnhP Spear Priest In Charge
Choral Eucfiafiai and Ser
5:00 p rr.
mon .. ., ......in
Church School 1 .
Episcopal Young Churchmen
Evensong and Sermon ..,
8:00 a hi
Woman's Auxiliary. 2nd tnd
WEDNESDAYS & THURSDAYS
Holy Communion 7:00 am
Morning Prayer ....'i.,;,'. f :0 s m
Evening Prayer 1:00 p.m
family Eucharist 8 30 am
Of fit of Compline 9:00 p.m
at Peter's Church
Tht Rev. John Spett. Priest In Charge
Morning Prayer tnd Church
School :00 ajn.
mbb ...... ,11 10 :3W ajn.
Cdnflrmttlon Class 9:30 ,m
; Chortl SuohAtUt tad Btv) i (; ( ;
Self Baptism 12:00 noon
veniont and Addrtss .... 7:30 pm
Woman's AuxllUry 7:30 p.m
THURSDAYS or rtAST DAYS
Hbly Communion 9:00 a.m
Chapel Of tht Holy Comforter
Ven L Shirley. Priest In Charge
8:30 am. Holy Communion.
1 MARGARITA 1
Church of St. Margaret
Espave and Brstos Blvd.
The Rev. Edwin C. Webster
7:30 a m. Holy Communion.
9:S0 .m. Church School Service.
11:00 t.m. Morning Prayer, (Holy
Communion first Sunday of
THURSDAYS and HOLY DAYS
9:00 a.m. Holy Communion.
The Rev Allan R. Wentt.
Priest In Charge
The Rev. David A Osborne.
S:00 ,;! Choral Rucharlst A Sermon
:30 t.m. Infant Baptism.
8.00 n i. Church School
5:00 o m Youth Fellowship
7 l0 1 m. KVerilOhl and Address
8nd end 4th WEDNESDAYS
1.8O Bin Woman Auxiliary and Ai Ai-uu
uu Ai-uu Utilld Meeting
Lemuel H Shtfiet. mm
Carlton O. Monies. Asst.
8:00 a.m Holy Cbmm.inion
8 Ml a ai Sunt Kuchsrist A Sermon
10 )4fk a hi Morning Prayer and Church
11:00 dii Hbly Baptism
1 -00 turn Bnlamn Vesoer
(heifl It Rulldink 1.11
8:30 am Holy Communlnr
1 .80 p m. Evening Prayer tnd Sermon
6 :0u ini Hoiy Communion
7:00 u u. Evening Prayer
rhUR-Ayb AND FRIDAYS
8:30 1 n. Holy Communion
00 a m Holy Communion.
CHRIST CHURCH BY-THE-SEA
Col6n, R.P. i
(Opposite Hotel Washington)
The Rev. J. Peter Farmer, Rector
The Rev. Henry A. Blake, Assistant
6:00 a m. Holy Communion
7:30 p.m. Solemn Evensong A Sermon
8:30 a.m. Morning prayer
9:00 a.m. Choral Eucharist and Sermon
10:80 s m. Church School
MONDAY. TUESDAY A THURSDAY
8:40 a.m. Morning ("rayer
8:00 t.m, Hbly Communion
8:00 p.m, fcvtnlhg prayer
i:40 t.m. Mottling Prayer
00 t.m, Holy Communifm.
:li p.m. Ivtntfll Prtyer A Address
1,81. Mtmlna Pflyer
a.m. Children'! Buctuvut
p.m. Ivtning Prayer
140 t.m. Mnrnlnl Prayer
i:00 t.m. Holy Communion
8 :00 p.m. Kvenlni .Prtyer
1 :80 p.m. Office or Compline.
1. Chrtstonher'l Chnrcta
10th ItrseC Parque Lafevre
Tht Av Clarence W Hayes,
Prleil Is Charge
The Rev. Clarence A. CragweU.
8:00 a m. Holy Communion.
5 30 a m Bung Eucharist and Svrmon
iSO tJB Morning Prayer and Church
1840 noon Holy Baptism.
8:80 ajn Evensong and Bermon.
7:30 o m 1st and 3rd. Woman's Auxi Auxiliary.
liary. Auxiliary. TUESDAYS
iM p m. J u tier ueugntsrs or ine
1:80 i m Vouth Ptllatwhln.
8:00 t.m. Holy Communloa.
TOO o.m Evening Prayer and Religious
8.00 bid 1st and 3rd
9:30 am Junior ConflrniaUon Class
CHURCH Or THfe. AAZABKNB
448 Fraugipam St Aiii'uii CI
Rev fclmet O Nelsuh PskIui
Boa 97 Balboa. C.Z. Tel 2 2602
Sunday School 9 .43 a m
Worship Se.-vtce .., 10 45 a in
Youth Service .......... 8 45 om
Evangelistic Service 7:30 am
Prayer Service Wed .. 7:30 pm
Sunday: 9 am Panarho Wesley
10:80 a m Sunday School
7:15 p.m Evangelleal Service
Sunday 1 a If. rirfilso
iu a m raraiao sunoay ncnooi
7:13 p.m. ParalSo Evangelical
Sunday. Oct. 19th 9 a m Rev. Victor
Jonn Watson B.D. 7 p.m. Mr. A. A.
Monday, Oct. 20th 6:30 p.m. Prepa Preparation
ration Preparation Class, Mr, Geo. Mitchell. 7:30
pm. Prayer meeting Mr. Pearl ford.
Tuesday, Oct. 21st 7:30 p.m. Girls
League. Mrs. K. King.
rriday 7:30 p.m. cnoir practice.
CMDRCH Of THE NAZARKNE
Mount Hope, Canal Zone
(across from Mt. Hope RR Station)
Rev. Ralph Hysong, Pastor
Bos B0 IS Margarita. C.E.
Sunday School 9:45 a.m.
Morning worship u:uu am,
Svangelistic Service 7:30 p.m,
Prayer service, we
Prayet Service, Wed.
7 130 p.m.
NATIONAL BAPTIST CHURCH
Panama RJ s8rd Street Bast
Rev S N Brown. Minister
Divine worsQip 30 a.m.
Sundey School 3:00 p in
Sunday Misses 7. 7:45 11:45
Rid Abajo, flP.
aUBrlay School .. .. 3:00 p.m.
Meetings Thursday! it .7,30 o.m
sJUhdiv. st iM
SOg Bfithuk Road
CHUHCH OF JESUS CHRIST OP
LATTER DAY SAINTS (Mstmon)
cnanei on uaiooa noaa
Aeetlhg. Suhday 8i30 a m.
Unday Sdhonl, Bunday 10 00 a.m.
aeramtm Meeting, sunaay :uo p,
lIl Society TUesdsy roo a.m.
He lf Society Tuei
MlAi WedftesdeV 7:) Bm
Primary 1 Thursday 4:00
Telenhdlit Bfllhna 4927
Building 200. Schoolhouse Road. Gatun
Sunday School, Sunday 8:811 a.m
Iteremtnt Meeting) Sunday U :00 a m.
CURUNDU PROTESTANT CHURCH
"A Warm Hearted Cliurehn
Milton R Lcldig, Minister
Phone Res 83-7U6 Of. 83-5103
Sunday School 9:30 o.m.
(A class for every age)
Morning Warship ......... 11 lOOa.m
Youth Fellowship 6:00 S.rti.
EeVening Worship 7:00 p.m.
Prayer add Praise (Wed.) 7:00 p,m
A cnurcn nursey in provided.
OLU CATHOLIC CK'JHCH
St Raphael Tht Archangel
18th St West No )
Holy Eucharist: Sunday ai 4 36 a.m.
Tuesdays. Wednesdays and 'itiuradav
Sacrament ol Unction (Heallnt
vice) First Sunday ,Ci each month at
IdO njxt '' fKvll,vws-
Honni Hall bet, Christian Church
Panama B P
Bt Rev T jamas D. D Bishop
Morning devotion 8.00 a m
Fellowship Worship 11:00 a.m
Sunday School 3:00 p.m
CHRISTADKLPHIAN BIBLE MISSION
8104 8th and J. Arosemena, colon
Memorial Service 10:00 a.m.
Sunday School 3:00 pjn. Are you
copcesfnefl, because your childi: does not
know tht Blbit? ne will learn it nerei
Bible Lecture 7:30 p.m. Subiect
Does it Matter What We Believe?"
Bible Class 7:80 p.m. Subject "The
Parable! of the Master
Your Bible Teaches That Christ is
Coming and will Reign on Earth
Are You Keaoyv
&4 First Btreet
Urbanlct6n El Carmen. Panama City
IMormai Talks and Discussions
Thursdays 8 '00 Dm
Colon. 8th A Front Streets
(upstairs American Bazaar)
Study Classes Thursdays. 7:30 o.m
18 ETHEL MISSION CHURCH
Espalaba St., Paraiso. C.Z.
Rev Waldaba H Stewart, Pastor
Sunday: 11:00 t.m Worship Service.
3:00 pm Sunday Schoal
7:15 p.m. Gospel Service
Monday: 7:30 Young People's Society
Wednesday: 7:30 Mid-week Christian
Thursday: 8:00 Choi. Rehearsal
Friday: 7:80 Women's Missionary So
THE CHURCH Or GOD
15 St. Parque Lefevre, Rio Abajo
A. J. Anvlrk Overseer
Bis. C. Weeks, Pastor
Sunday Morning Worship 11:80
Sunday School 8:00 p.m.
Sunday Night Service 1:80.
W 1. 1 . O....I.. M A M ,4 A
,, i 1 ocn vivir, i K 1 ' ... v .. w a j
Wednesday tnd Friday.
THE CHURCH OP 001)
16th Bt. (Monte Oscuro Rd.)
Rev. William J. Johnson Pastor
Sunday School 9:30 a.m
Morning Worship 10:30 a.m
Sunday Night Service 7:30 p.m
THE CHURCH OP OOD
1088 Eighth St., Colon
Mrs. L. C. Donaldson. Pastor
Sunday School 9 30 a m
Morning Worship 10:30 a.m
Sunday Night Service 7:30 p.m
THE CHURCH OF COD
Mrs. M. nines Pastor
Sunday School 10:00 a.m
Morning Worship 1 1 :00 a m
Sunday Night Service , . 1 30 p.m
FIRST CHURCH OF GOD,
Cor. Jamaica & Trinidad Sts.
Rev. William Livingston, Pastor
Sunday School 8:30 a m
Morning WOraltlp 10:30 a.m
Sunday MlM Service i... 7:30 pm
Diablo Htights. Cl,
(near Diablo school)
Rev Carl V Thompson, Minister
Box 39 Diablo Helahts C.Z.
Phones: Home, Osmtws 111
Chnrrh Balnnt 4811
Sunday School 10:00 a m
Worship Service 11:00 a.m
Youth Service t:G0pm
Evangelistic Service ... 1:30 pro
Warinasrlav Rlhla Rttlriv
and Prayer Service ..... 10 dpi
REDEEMER LUfHKMAN CHURCH
Balboa Road at Wight Street
Rev. Robert F. Ciurslck, Pastor
P.O. Box 8M, Balboa,
Sunday School. Bible Class 8 are,
, nivlna sWvli-a ltl'l! an)
Holy Communion, flrtt Sundty of the
Coeo Sol Chspel
Mr. Frederick 8. Illicit. Vlcer
Dlvlnt Service tl t.m
Holy Communion, last Sunday of tht
JewiV) Meltars exidrO Bid IVt-A Li
doca -aoai. Balbm 6.1 RiM fttthan
. UK" u'ltMtor '
Wnm II8V P;m MIUrlM
1 .;: s m
uauni vt J e with
nased gtrd lUtl.otwi
' consi truit.sn Rol BhenMUl iftrMI A8
dlun C-.hh .ti 8lh Su-eVt. Bill tflM
f mmr city Ser'Hee 8 00 p.m
ChristiiH Setltg ChufthM
First Church Of thfisl, Selentlst, AMn
560 Ahcon Boulevard
Sunday berVlees 11:00 tJh. Sunday
Scnool 9:30 a.lfl, j
Wednesday 8:00 .ffl,
Reading Hobrn 801 Batboa (toad Open
daily except Sundays and holidays from
9:30 to 11:30 a.m. arid 1:30 td 5:00 p.m.
Saturday: 9:30 to 11:30 ajn.
Evening Hours 6:00 to 1:00 p.m. ejdtpt
Wednesdays and Saturdays. J
first Church op christ
All church services will be held In
the Ground Floor Room of the Masonic
Terrible in Cristobal (next door to the
Margarita Florist 1. Entrance 1 en Bal Balboa
boa Balboa Avenue through tha Arcsdl,
Sunday Service 11 :00 e.trt,
Wednesday Evening Testimonial Meet-,
ing 8:00 o'clock.
Sunday School Is held at 9:30 a.m.
Reading Room Hours Monday 2:00
to 4:00 p,m. Wednesday 6:00 to 7:15
You are cordially Invited to attend
the services ahd lb use th Reading
Posis and Bases
FORT AMADOR f
Junior Chui-ehMlunday School 8:00
Morning Warship 10 :W
Church-time NUfseiy SdhObl.i, 10:60
Fellowship Mdttf . .. .i. i . . liiOO
Sunday School i 8:00
Morning Wofshlp 10:80
Youth FelloWShif) ...'mm' 8:80
U.S. NAVAL BTATIONi RODMAN
Sunday School ,
(Hoiy communion first Sun
dav of Month)
Sunday School (Bldg. IBS) ,i
Morning Worship ...i
Youth Fellowship Stindav ...
ALBROOK AIR FORCE BASE
Morning Worship ,9:30 A 10:45
Yotith Fellowship 6:30
AdUlt Bible Class Monday ... 7:80
Young People's Instruction
Tuesday , . . . , e ,ou
16th ND HEADQUARTllHB CHAPEL
Morning Worship :"
(Holy Cdrnmunlon First Sun Sunday
day Sunday of Month)
Daily M.1SS 4:13
Sunaay Masses 1:80 k 11:80
Confessions Saturday 6:30
Dallv Mass 8:19
'8':6o,v;i' A 11
Confessions Saturday 8:00 A
Catechism Class WdneialSf
U.S. NAVAL STATION, RODMAN
Sunday Mast ..............
Confessions Saturday TiOO
Sunday Mass 4,' yi' y
ALBROOK AtR FOftC BA8B
Sunday Masses ..... T:48
Sunday Mass (Spanish!
Novena ServlSej Tllesdfly
Confessions SatUfdty ...
. : 7:00
Fort Kobbe Saturday
USO-JWB, Balboa Friday .
Albrook Air Forca Saturday
USO-JWB, Balboa Saturday .
stimrlav Masses 8:30 &
Confession! Saturday 12:00
Sunday School Bldg.
Morning Worship . . . .
Praver Fellowsnip-"Uiug. sua
Tuesday .. .. ",
kybb Wednesday-Pom hsptl
Choir Practlct Wednesday
Pnst Chaoel mi
Sundav School ................
Morning Worship ,,,..
Youth Fellowship, Bunnay ....
Bible Study. Wednesday
Ladles Chapel Guild. 1t Thurs.
O S NAVAL STAT1IJW. WOCO nolo
Sundav School ............. i
Holy Communion First Bundsv
of Month 1
Sunday Masses 8:.i0 ana s .vi
Dallv Mass 4:30
Saturday Mass :''I:20
Confessions (Sat. I 18:00 snd 8t80
US NAVAI STATION. COCO SolO
flNturrlav Mass i. ......
corn sot 'To
Sundny Mass 11:30
Greek Ortbrirtn services sre conduct
ed at the rtv'fch nf the Aniihelstlnn
Via Bell-.-irlo Pnnns slof mnrltsn d
It C-Wa Pantrs City BP, and tl
i he Church of PI ArtlHnnV Avnl(l3
viier.He7 ivinn W p nn tllsfhstt Run.
-nil the Office fit th Afrnv ChtBlttM.
lays at 9 30 Fur further Infnrmfttlnn.
Weekly Service, in tl) thUfthtB
el follows I
Sabbath School 8:8 t.m.
Divine Service 11:00 t.m.
Youth's Meeting 4:30 p.m.
Bible Study and Prtyer
Pacific Side Panatnl
Pastor W H Waller Tel 28-3-350
Cabo Verde. Ave J F de la Ossa
No 17 Chorrlllo 23th No 27 Pue Pue-Olo
Olo Pue-Olo Nuevo 1A St between 3rd and 4Ui
Sts. Rio Abnlo nth No, 21 Oambot
Pastor O. D Wllllamt-Tel. 8180
Pastor A. A Grizzle TM. 8-101
Spanish Churches Psclflf Bhtt Ptnlrni
pastor Norberto Qulroi
Panamt. Calle Dart4n No. 8
Pedregtl A Nuevo Guarsr.
Pastor O. A. Jeffries Tel. 888881.
Sj Bollvtr Ave,
k Bnlivtr Ave.
Crlstnbsl lpanlsh 18th
0844 Gtvlltn Road-Tel. 8-1888 8-S8JI
j x f
A f- -4. I
IIA SCOUT SKIPPER Capt. t,
S; "Ted", Irown was on familfar
ground when he took over as Skip Skipper
per Skipper Of Cristobal Sea Explorer Shin
I earlier this month. During i'il
gtudPSt days at Cristobsl High
Hchdol he was a member of the
crew of Ship 9 and had already
made ar) hit mind to take the ?ea
his career. Brown worked for the
Alcoa StOmship Company for 10
years after he graduated irom
King's Point. Nine months ago he
returned to the Isthmus as a pilot-in-traininl
for the Panama Cmal
Company I fid he just comoleted
his aoprenticeship. Ship 3 is a 50 50-foot
foot 50-foot fofifler Navy Diving Tender
and is sponsored by the Panama
Canal Pilots. Brown, who is 31
and is the holder of a Master Un Unlimited
limited Unlimited Federal license, live at
france Field with his wife n4
MIAMI 3EACH. Fla Edgar
lerfen, on being forced to cancel
S nightclub Opening because Char Char-He
He Char-He McCarthy was late an.-ivmg
b, air freight:
"I have never been so embar
rassed. I guess thL is Charlie's
way Of letting me know where
the talent il in this combination,
I'm thinking seriously of rauifll
NEW YOSK Disc jockey Peter
Tripp, ofi lioflipleting a 200-hour
wake-a tnOn Without a wink of
sleao: ") 1
"I've lesrned one major thing.
You can't stay awake alone. You
need someone there to' keep you
awake, tt keep telling you, 'Up,
SANtV MONICA, Calif. Air Aircraft,
craft, Aircraft, "manufacturer Donaid W.
Douglais, noting that the Thor in intermediate
termediate intermediate range ballistic missile
is now in full p'oduction:
"The production line is now
Ivcre. But it didn't happen over overnight.
night. overnight. The Thor was 30 months
from drawing board or deploy
jockey Dave Hun er, awake for
more than 200 hours, comments
on a medical journal article- that
laid sleep may not really be nec necessary:
essary: necessary: t
"You know, there may be some something
thing something to that."
Has Shooting Spree
k Hieleah track
HIAI,5AH. Fla. (UPI)-An el elderly
derly elderly tip-sheet seller shot and
wounded the ecurity chief at Hi Hi-a'eah
a'eah Hi-a'eah Race Course today in full
view of hundreds of fans near
the track grandstand.
John Madtila suffered bullet
wounds in the hand and side. He
wa given emergency 'reatment
at the track and was not believed
in lerlous condition.
Witnesses eaid the racing tip tipster,
ster, tipster, Max Qaye, about 60, pulled
out a pistol as Madala walked to toward
ward toward the grandstand just before
the Start of the day's racing pro pro-a.'am.
a.'am. pro-a.'am. They said Gave fired, five
bullets, two of them striking Ma Madala.
dala. Madala. De'plte the sizeable o"0wd at
the track, no one else was report reported
ed reported Injured in the fusillade of bul-
Police quoted Gave as savlntf
he shit the former FBI agent be
cause he took away my living."
Gave spoaren'lv was diserunt-
led because of a new track rule
which bars tip sheet salesmen
from hawking their forms in the
Wound Two Cops
In NJ Man Hunt
rfNGLEWOOD, N. J.., Jan. Si -(UPl)
Two policemen were ihot
and seriously wounded n an as as-elusive)
elusive) as-elusive) residential section last
night by a pair of gunmen who
got away, letting off an intensive
manhunt througout northern New
Patrolmen Edward Sold, 29, and
Gerald Wianiewski, 27, were shot
ss they questioned the two young
men who war Knotted walkini in
a plush residential section of this
Bergen CoUhty commnnity.
Authoritled flooded the' man
slon-dotted area with armed men
in an intensive hunt for the two
men in their lo's, both very aland
er. The aeiifchert combed the 14
tcre estate of the late physical
culturist Dcrnan? Mccfaddca a-
mong others. . '? i, :
WisniWakl was shot three times
once in the stomach, end Skotd
..... l 4k. I.ll a Wt
ISkold fired three ahota at the fly
Wisniewskl was' reported In 04 04-tieal
tieal 04-tieal condition. Skold was said to
be seriously hurt. Both men un
derwent emergency operations at
y La Beta
Arriving her s from; Western Pa-;
nuraj for" the annual dis net con convocation
vocation convocation of the 'Episcopal Church,
the Rev. Herbert L. Moore is
scheduled to officiate aBd-weaes-'
sjiat St. reter's ia La Boca- ton
row, Sexagesima Sunday,
' Before iking up the ministry,
Father Moore was actively con con-nacted
nacted con-nacted to.St. -'eter'g Church. He
served as choirmst-, parish
tressurer And Sunday .-school
The service at which he will of officiate
ficiate officiate will be a, choral Eucharijt
starting 10:30 a.m.j -with, the Rev.
John' Bptsr, priest Ifl hg-ge, ss ss-fistinf,
fistinf, ss-fistinf, ...; jM
The General, Division 'of Wom Women's
en's Women's Work,- fM-merly kr,ov;T as the
Woman's Auxiliary, will make ts
monthlyjoTflorste communion st
the celebrdfoR. ;
For the feast of -the Purifica Purification
tion Purification 0' the BleMPil Vioin arv
the service of; 'ho'y 'CommuVortf
w'u De saia at Pedro Migael 8:30
a.rn Monday by 'he priest.
The Sunday morning Worship Worship-service
service Worship-service at the Calvary Bantrt
Church locitet "at "N"f Street in
San Miguel will begin at 11 a.m.
tomorrow. f t :
At the conclusion' of this serv service
ice service the Rev Sealey will administer-
the Lord" Jlupber.
' Arraneemeflts' are" nri"de to' re receive
ceive receive all new jSmberr, during
the 7:30 pim.f service, 'at whiih
time they -vl receive the "Right
Hand of Fellowthto'r from th
Pastor, and will be served t h
The young adult choir will Ring
at the mo".ifl 'ervifs and the
senior choir will Appear at the
Sealey will speak on '.'What ReU-
8 :30 Spanish SUNDAY SCHOfit Erigllih 30
Do you want to know how to look for ft ROOd I.S.r' Is the
S.S. honoring Christ? Dqes it make the Bible central? Are
all materials Bible centered and properly graded? Arr.the
classes kept small for personal hslpf is the SS. irowlnst in
attendance? Are pupils making; deaisions for Christ? Are -Christiaa
growing? Are the teaehera trained? Wi i invite
11:00 "THESE ARE THEY THAT FOLLOW"
Ifcfu are cordially invited to a friendly place of worship.
xjpU will hear good music and a Bible message. When 0n
. says that he will follow Christ what ls he saying? Bring
your Bible and your friends tomorrow.
6 .00-JETl CADETS' aid HIGH SCHOOL i Ud
7:00 "THE THREE CIRCLES OF LIFE"
Every man finds himself in one of three Circles. What are 1
these circles? Are they race? position? place? The Scrip Scripture
ture Scripture gives us the answer. You will Want to bring your
friends to hear this message from the Bible.
NRSERY MISSION-MINOED AMPLE PARKING
EVANOIClVITIC FWENDLY NON-DENQMINATIONAI-
BEGINS WW CHRIST
Itnltriltd living, eternal
security when Christ titters
x FRIENDLY CHURCH
8:20 k 10:40 MORNING WORSHIP SERVICES
"IF GOD BE FOR US"
Can a man1 be sure he ls going to Heaven? Doei not
temporary salvation make a weakling out of God?
Is there anything that can separate a christian from
the love of God? True salvation brings confidence
in 'His keeping power.
CHILDREN'S chapeL 10i40 Robert Inyder
i)30-rSUNpAY, sCHQOt, (ClaiieitJor, U Vgi)
The ccfltintwiltaithfulneis' of so?jrianf' ftduit and
children. L? testimony to th tact that you'll get a
blessing in our stmda-- school, -Whether young or old
we are equipped to meet your need for Bible teach teaching.
ing. teaching. V.JO -BAPTIST TRAINING UNION
This is church training for tha entire family. light
departments are maintained for church training.
7:30-VWHAT HAPPENED AT THE DANCE?"
The greatest man bom of woman lost his head at a
dance. But that Is of less importance than what
happened to the foolish king who caused the execu
gton Can Help You To Do"; and
c ght service.
At th Tjiorning aervice.'lhe Eer.
at the v nitht service, on "QualW
ties of th Spiritual Ufe."
-The ftev, Hen-y icWei, appomt
ed by convocation, will' be guest
speaker at St, Andrew's Episco Episcopal
pal Episcopal Church, rCocoli, at U a.m.
Father Cluve-, together with
ll.g delegate i aqd alternates from
Cali, Colombia,,, rep esent that
part of the Panama Canal-, Zone
Missionary Distr.ct, He and Mrs.
Cluver wart for years active par
tlclp'-ina members bf the St, An-'
drew' congregation.. V ':
Id observance of Sexageuma
Sunday, servicei at St. Paul's will
be held at the usual hours.
he a. Eucharist the
preacher will b the Rev. Allen,
M. S-uhl St. George's. Almi Almi-rante.
rante. Almi-rante. At Evensong, tie p-echer
will be the F.ev. Samuel WaldeR
of St. Alban's, Bogota, Colombia.
The public is invited -o at'end
a miss mi sionary rally at Bal Balboa
boa Balboa S'aum i.t 4:30 p.j. The Rt,
Rev, Alfred VoegelI Bishop of
Haiti will be the gtieit preacher.
Anesri ,. -:
The unitarian society twill hive
as guest speaker tomorrow morn morning
ing morning Miss Elsa Vatdes, director of
welfare for Panama,'8he will d 's 's-cuig
cuig 's-cuig the history and orogreai of
the social welfare program in
Interested person are invited
to attend the meeting, which be begins
gins begins et 10:30 aHhe Unitarian Cert
ter, On Ancon Blvd.
IS YOUR PILOT!
get S Straight Course By
Regular Attendance at
Church and Sunday School
a :-m ... a a
ci .unci i
VUIT AOieil MOM IAU0A 1.1, ITAttOr
Elton F Vlckers. 'Ass'ti Jasto
RADIO OtlTLtTHOXO, 188 KC
- Wt Preteb sJlunal
Crucified Risen A Coming Agtla
Listen to "Manna In The Morning"
Dally 8:00 a.m. HOXO
YOUR SEARCH FOR A
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MRS., SCHILLING ENTERTAIN 9 WOMAN'S CLUB
AT COCSt HOME NEAR ARRALJaN' THIS WEEK
"; Westwood, the country home or and Mrs. Ernest
Schilling near Arfaijan, waB the scene thtt week of a meeting-
el the Balboa Woman'l Club, t; i : w J
After a board meeting,' at which Ages Beaton,
-president, presided, a card session was held and lun.heon
erred In a bohlo on the Westwood rrounds.
Guests who attended wer Mri. flamy McCnauf ey ol
Oakland, Calif Mre.' Nwenoe tpmHt or Winchester, lnd.,
Mrs. Katherine Rhlneland of Columbus, Ga., MrSl Blanche
Countryman of Fort Wayne, lnd Mrs. Versa Mallahan of
Decatur, 111., guests of Mrs. Eva Stephan and Mrs. Gloria
Brown of Curunflu,
Club members who attended
were Mrs. Cavheriw Melssner,
Mrs. (Mary Wurley, Mrs.;; Jo
Hughe, Mr. Phil; Euper, Mrs,
Marion W-gnr. Mra Ak Hoi Hoi-eeraor,.
eeraor,. Hoi-eeraor,. Mr. Estelle tiiskf?t Mn.
Josephine Hidalgo, Mrs. Utft.
Tarflinger, MM. Florence KUppeft.
Mrs, Agnea Ilearon, .Mrs.. Leona
Mrs. Stella Nita, Mrs. Maria E.
Cicero,' Mrs. Ethel Chester, Mrs.:
Peggy Parker. Mrs. Loretta Snofl'
crass, Mrs. ftuth Auble. Mifs. K.
G. Hendrick. Mr. Dot Allen. Mrs
Tessie Luce, Mi's, Labby Lacy,
f T.mii Merchant. Mrs. Eli'
r.aoetti Multer. Mrs. MaUd
Ctiechard, Wii Sarah Rowley,
Mrs. Emily Bolton, Mrs. Helen
Adler, Mrs. Doris Abel.
Mrs. Gaynor. Mrs. Ruth Kohg Kohg-able,
able, Kohg-able, Mrs. Carrie Brown, Mrs.
Molly Johnson, Mrs. Fiora Hack,
-Mrs. Margaret Hern, Mrs.. Deity
Fears, Mrs. Mairy:Brenemafl, Mrs.
Carmen Efldondsoff, Mrs. dally
Crine, Mrs. Maxine FiUgerald,
Mrs. Helen Barrett, Mrs. Marge,
rite Boiiche, Mrs. Phyllis Turner,
Mrs. Helen Stern, Mrs. Avria
Snyder and Mrs. Sue Settle Scott.
Panto Credit Unlen
Tha annuai meetlnjl of the Pa
raiso Credit 'Union will be held
thii evening at 7:30 at the Parat
to High Mhool. :
The agenda In ludei nomination
and election of oucert and a dec,
laration of dividends. All mem members
bers members art urged to attend.
- .nam., ,..'
At Balboa USO-JVfB
The' Canal Zone .Aquarium So
. ie y o wned Ian ekHibltton of trt
ninkl fi.h it lie tJSO-JWB Arm'
ed Fm'Cei Service Center today
to continue through Feb. T. ...
The display will include many
varieties of "live beaver," egg
'ayers, bubble nestors. and other
types of fresh-wa'er fish. There
will .also be ever 1 species trf
under water plant used 'in home
All nt k tick mnA hShfc l.tl
Downey Jr., 26, son of the fai exhibit are of k type which can
ihuub tnugci, tbo Biicoieu tiiuio- Qe kept m tne usual nome aqua aqua-day
day aqua-day night on a warrant charging! jum.
ili in Willi iuur iuuiiib ui paneing
At Clayten Tonight
A gala pre-Carnival dance Will
be held at the Fori Clay an NCO
Open Mess thia. evening honoring
Miss Nydla Campbell, candidate
fa- Carnival queen in the Bartend Bartend-ars
ars Bartend-ars and Waiterii contest.
Thfc danci'WUl beglii at 8 p.m.
Wi.h Efi Lyons, and his combo
providing nusicjor dancing. Sev Sev-eraf
eraf Sev-eraf prises 111 be awarded dur during
ing during the e 'tniiig and surprises
have, been pUnned.
Morton Downey Jr.
Bed Check Passer
Hollywood (UpD Morton
Checks worth $200, police said
Downey wag arrested as he
Walked frdtn a Western Union of
fice In downtown Hollywood. He
listed his occupat on as "a very
bad singer. Bail was set at
Doctor Standr Waiting; Kills" Lawyer
At Airport After Nuis Picture Suit
1 EL PASO, Tex.. Jan II Wl)! $5,000 fe in the first divorce
A physician wearing A bullet bulletproof
proof bulletproof vest and with a grudge
over an alleged nude picture of
mmseii ana a former wne, aui aui-td
td aui-td Ted Andreas, president of the
El Paso School Board, as An
dress stepped off a piano last
Dr. Harold D. Eidinoff, 60,
who had been once been ad
iudaed Insane and sent to a
mental institution, was cnargea
with murder with malice. He
had waited all day at the air
port in cowboy boots with a
lack jacket over his bullet
proof vest, checking- incoming
He shot Andreas, also 00, who
had been with Mrs. Andreas to
the National school Boards con
vention in Ban Francisco,, as
thev waited for an alroort lim
ousine. Police said hundreds of
persons saw the killing and
'heard Andreas scream as five
slugs from a 3a caliber pistol
enierea nis Doay.
As Andreas slumped dying be
elde a baggage rack, his wife
screamed: ,rMy Ood, stop that
man I ne just shot my hua
The nude pictures, which were
taken on a picnic in 1937, start started
ed started trouble between Dr, Eidinoff
and Andress in 1954.
Two years before, Dr. Eidi Eidi-noff's
noff's Eidi-noff's first wife, Bylvla, sued
him for divorce and her law
yer demanded a $5,000 fee. Dr.
Eidinoff thought that was too
much and got his wife to dis dismiss
miss dismiss her suit.
She later reflled It ftnd got a
divorce and property settlement.
Lawyers Leo Jaffe and John F.
HaWley, who had demanded the
Ike Asks Congtes Jo
aaaw ?, flMfi-WF :
On view will be several model
aquarium1 or community tanks
showing he types of fish which
can HVe together.
Thi exhibit is onen daily from
9 a.m. to io p,;,., All service per personnel
sonnel personnel and theh families as well
fls residents of the Canal Zone
and the Panama are invited to at
It n ?3v,
W1SB MOTHERCRAFT ... the euidance of vouf own
doctor ... and choice of food are vital at this stage of your
thiVeift ftt1.tA 1Ni-A -afk AAnfiiM A MnlifidltlMM
balanoed, fMk Lnotf, bor li Otngriviiremnts.
LACTOGEN IS CONVENIENT to use, uniform and
safe and io easy to digest. It Is of great benefit In
avoiding and even correcting underweight conditions.
A medi Whtl Miffll In powder form with ae4
vltamlni A nJ O mni Iran.
V nil H whs hilwwtMi, MIM wNrn tky'i kWi It ruSyl
Ait yew Saeftf Mtl
MSTll (CANABA) VHh eNllMl ti.ntelA le KIM $tt Vfeu. mnt. Out.
RT. RIV. C. ALFRED VOl-
GELI, Bishop of the Missionary
Diocese of Haiti and Santo Do Domingo
mingo Domingo Wil address the 39th An Annual
nual Annual Convocation of the Episco Episcopal
pal Episcopal Church today. Tomorrow at
11 a.m. he Will be the special
preacher at the Cathedral of
St. Luke, Ancon, where he form formerly
erly formerly served as" Dean. At 4:30
pm tomorrow he will preach
at the missionary mass service
in Balboa Stadium. Next week,
from Monday through Thursday,
Bishop Voegell Will be the re retreat
treat retreat master at the annual re retreat
treat retreat of the clergy at Sahta Clara.
Formosa High Court
Clears American On
TAIPEI. -Formosa rtrpnTh
Taipei High Court yesterday re-
vei eo tne conviction of a former
U.S. Air Force officer on nar
cotic smuggling charges and or ordered
dered ordered him freed.
The court, however, confirmed
he conviction at another Ame-I-dan
in the same case but re reduced
duced reduced his sentence from IS to 12
Cleared was Steven Lee Dar Dar-ragh,
ragh, Dar-ragh, 28, of Pittsburgh. The trial
court had sentenced him to 11
years in p-ison.
Harry P.'lziger, 32, of Lo An Angeles,
geles, Angeles, screamed: "1 am no' guil guilty"
ty" guilty" when the high court
announced Its ruling on the ap appeals.
peals. appeals. 'DIrragh and Pefilger wer 'if 'if-rested
rested 'if-rested last June and had been
held in a Taipei iail since.
Pelziger was convicted of mail mailing
ing mailing an iron box containing heroin
from Hong Kong lo Tatoei. Dr Dr-ragh
ragh Dr-ragh was charged wlh receiving
the bn. He based hls defen a on
the claim that he did not know
What the box contained.
The two Americans came o
Formosa last spring. Darragh
laugh'. English in "a Chinese
school. Pelziger was a free-lance
foreign en -respondent.
suit, took Dr. Eidinoff to court
in an effort to collect,
Jaffe and Hawley hired An
dress as their attorney. At the
trial of the eult for $8,000'fee,
Andress Introduced the nude
pictures. The reason was not
explained, but presumably It
was to provide tne court an in insight
sight insight into Dr. Eidinoff'a char
acter. The jury v awaraea tne
two layers $4,600.
When a photographer tried to
take a picture of him last nis ht,
Dr. Eidinoff snapped: "Why
don't you Use that nude photo photograph
graph photograph f"
In 1964, Eidinoff printed a
one-edition newspaper in which
he accused Andrese of showing
the nude pictures "for extortion
and blackmail purposes.''
Andress filed a libel suit and
a jury awarded him $110,000.
The decision is under appeal.
At CS-7 Opeir
At Rodman Station
A job opening for i supervisory
general supply assistant has been
announced by the Rodman Navnl
Applications for the GS-7 rating
should be made before Feb. to
the Supply end Fiscal Officer,
Building 111, Rodman) The position
is open to men only,, the Nvy
Qualifications Include four ysars
of general supply experience, in in-cludng
cludng in-cludng one year of specialized
work iq procurement and con
A knowledge of the local Pana Panama
ma Panama market end of Armed Forces
purchasing regulations is also dc
sired, the Navy said, since the in individual
dividual individual holding the position1 w 11
Supports In Special Farm
WASHINGTON (UW) Presi- ovefieas whic ". laTdl. would
supervise the Navy's local pur
chases end sales contracts.
At Cosa Blanco
A big show featuring local tal
enf exclusively is rchedulei for
this weekend at the recently re remodeled
modeled remodeled Casi Blanca Chalet.
In ad'lltion 'o the Jets combo
who will be dispensing the latest
ih dance music; several Other
feature will be presented,
Phil Walker of the capital will
act an mater of ceremonies,
riant Kiinhnwr asked the hesvi
ly Democritic Cungreie jfesterday
to reduce farm price lupportsi
which he iild were producing
"excessively expensive" farm iur-oluies.
In s special farm message the
President asked tot authority to
lower supports on a doten crops
for which the law now provides
mandatory iprlce floors. The tmr tmr-rent
rent tmr-rent war-inspired progrim, he
said, was "ill-adapted to a time
of prosperity,- peace and revolu revolutionary
tionary revolutionary changes In production.'
He asked Congress to base price
Supports for the 12 crops on ac actual
tual actual open-market prices a turn
away from the 26-year-old farm
parity formula. Administration of officials
ficials officials aaid such action would
mean "moderately lower" food
prices for consumers.
Eisenhower said that If Con Congress
gress Congress wanted to keep the parity
formula as a basil for setting sup supports
ports supports It still could meet hli goals
by eliminating minimum price
guarantees for Individual crow.
Speaker Sam Rayburn (D-Tcx.)
was rsked by newsmen whether
he believed Congress would agree
to reduce farm supports. He
grinned and replied, "I doubt
we'll do that." Some lawmakers
thought his remark might become
the understatement of the year.
Several key Republicans said
privately they saw no chance Con Congress
gress Congress would go along with the
President's wishes. But they be believed
lieved believed the President had laid the
groundwork for pinning responsi responsibility
bility responsibility on Democrats for solving
the farm surplus prome
Ttia tmlffnn(' tirnti
plied 4o the six basic crops now, during February has been announc
covered-In the mandatory support ed by components- of. the-Carib-wheat,
corn; cotton, peanuts, ben command,
rice and tobacco. Dius such non-1. Dates. u "8 rel .mI
bas e crops as dairy products, P'P,68. of ammunition to Be flWi
feed grains, honey and tung nuts. 'uaeu l. '"0Wln8
amount to "using .food fo peace."
He did not spell out, details, but
said he was putting Jnya motion
an exploratory plan for cooperat cooperating
ing cooperating with other friendly Mtloflu ins
Using farm surpluses Jo advance
the well-being of friendly peoples
throughout the world.".
The program also called for
extension of conservation, reserve
payments; expanded farm re research;
search; research; state participation lo dis disaster
aster disaster and drought aid; changes
lo the Rural Electrification Ad
ministration program and the
Farmers Home Administration,
and extension of the Sugar Act.
Eisenhower recommended that
the secretary Of agriculture
given flexible authority to scale
new pn.es supports between 7S
and do per cent of the average
market price of a supported com commodity
modity commodity during the immediately
The President did not spell out
this time period In his message.
But it appsrently would apply to
the previous three years because
this is the time element specified
in the new corn program which
begins this year.
An accompanying memo from
Agriculture Secretary Eira T.1 program.
Benson cited two alternative) pto
posals for wheat. The preferable
one, he said, would base wheat
props on average market "pricer
of Immediately preceding Jjiri,
and eliminate all acreage .ahd
marketing controls as soon-ras
price supports are "adjusted,'
The ether, he said would be' la.
retain and tighten present wheat wheat-control
control wheat-control programs and switch sup supports
ports supports to the percentage of aver average
age average market prices.
For tobacco, Congresi wai
asked to also relate price sup
ports to a. market average or,
the parity concept was continuee, -to
provide wide discretion in sup-"5
port levels. For peanuts, the pro
gram called for expanded acreage
and lower price supports or I
marketing agreement program.
Chairman Harold D. CoolejND-
N.C.) of the House Agricultural
Committee denounced the farm
message as an "anti-farmer men
sage." But GOP House Leader
Charles A. Halleck (lnd.) lauded
it as "sound and constructive,"
Halleck said "It will be Inter Interesting
esting Interesting to see" what the Demo Democrats
crats Democrats "come un With as a suhitl-
tute" if they reject the President's
Caribbean Command Lists
February Firing Schedule
Firing activity scheduled for v-1 mum diitude. 6800 vards: maxl.
The President's oroposal ap-rious "nges in me -Panama ar mun nomoniai range, 18,800 yldl
Demos Ad mi rabies
Hold Brewery Tour
La Damas Admlrables club i
sponsoring a tour of the National
Brewery on the Trans-Isthmian
highway next Wednesday at 4
Individual flriendu of the mem members
bers members and seve. '1 clubs hive been
invited, Guests are asked to be
present at the plant on time.
to s SW
ORADUATI- Miss Silvia Elena
Bryan was graduated this week
with high honors t"om the Pan Pan-American
American Pan-American Institute as a commer commercial
cial commercial secretary. The daughter of
Frank P. Bryan, of Servlclo
Lewis, and Mrs. Louise Bryan,
the youhg graduate plans to pur pur-sue
sue pur-sue further studies at theNatlonal
The President also announced a
hew program of surplus disposal
Men Can Be Healthy
Says London Doctor
LONDON (UPD Dr, Kenneth
Hutchln told British; men 'oday
they cab still be healthy even
If they are married.
in the hied cal journal FamllV
Doctor Dr. Hutchin gave his ad advice
vice advice n an article beaded "How
To Be Healthy Though a
He did not explain what being
married had to do with making
men- unhealthy. v
r!Dr. HutcttW lald'tfny'frst-fMle
for healthy husbands was, "When
you are not working forget It.''
The secohd: "Have a- dally
He advised husbands not to get
dressed Immediately after their
daily bath, "Air your body," he
Spend the time shaving In the
nude or doing exercises because
then the body 1 get 'used to cool
-air after the warm bath and tne
bather Is less likely to catch colds,
He said that if the husband is a
Sedentary worker he should get
up an hour earlier and exercise
He also recommended he wear
Just enough clothes in chilly weftth
er to keep comfortable other
Wise he will be Sluggish.
Across from Muller Building
CHILDREN'S WEAR NOVELTIES LINENS
"m n r o) oj
UU U U U L
Every Stur4iy at 9t00 P.M.
Sfrvce Center Theatres TODAY!
1:00 S:30 6:00 S:90
Famed Tennessee Williams' Play Ie On The Screen!
i 1 1
f Lti' C Hit ..
M (I11WC0I0 fouf its
the period Feb. 1-28;. weapons In
elude grenades, rocket launchers,
machine gunS, fiflgrana friars,
nriflg blank jfnd i ban afflmun,
Hon, TNT, tear gas and direereck
ers; maximum altitude, 5711 feeti
maximum horizontal range, T400
yardsi using unit, B Company, 1st
Battle Group, 20th Infantry, and
Oarticipants in Exercise Banyan
Cerro Paraiso, Empire Ranse
(known distance), 7 a.m. to S b,m.
dailv between Fh. 2.6..9-11. M 21'
Weapons include rifles and carbines
rlring ball, cartridge and tracers:
maximum horizontal range, 3,500
yarosi using unit. U. S. Army Ga-
jIus-jrTison, Fort Clayton; U.S. Army
uarnson. wuarrv Heients. usar-
CAftlB Ordnance Section and Mor
tar Battery, 1st Battle Group
Flmeoco JslnjJ jrea64lji. to
guns firing shell high explosive;
maximum altitude, 60,500 feet;
maximum horizontal range, 28,200
vards using unit. C Bafieiy, 4th
Gun Battalion. 517th Artillery,
Mlndi Hill Extension, 9 a.m. to
ti a.m. on Feb. 16; 90mm guns
firing shell high explosive; maxl-
using unit, A Battery, 4th outf Bat
tatlen, 617th ArtillBify. 'tp
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By WALTER WATON
Pete (Esso) Cooper made an early bid to repeat
his winning performance in the Colombia Open on
Thrusday afternoon at the Panama Golf Club when
he carded a smart three-under-par 69 in the opening
Ground of the 1959 $10,000 Panama Open.;
' f But yesterday Pete f 1? hed top form to get a
good hold on his bid for the championship when he
blistered the course eight-under-par for a brilliant 64
and a three-stroke lead over Don January.
before the tourna
At the halfway mark Pete Coo Cooper
per Cooper was sitting pretty with a
score of 133, four strokes better
than Doug Ford's halfway score
in 1957 and one stroke better than
the defending champion's in 1958.
Pete bettered his own 1958 half
way mark by four strokes. In ad ad-iition
iition ad-iition to his birdies on No. 2, 4,
i, 10, 12, 13, 14, and 15 Pete
parred the other holes to register
ais tournament leading round.
Making a valiant bid behind
Pnnnpr was Don January who
larded a 67 giving him a total of
L36 for the first two rounds. The
4etending champion, Bob Watson,
found it difficult to come near his
first round 67 and settled for a
one under par 71 and third place
at the end of 36 holes.
; Dow Finsterwald wh0 arrived
ilate Thursday morning and was
(unable to get in a practice round,
'.displayed the frfm that earned
him the PGA player's award
when he came through with a
neat 67. Finsterwald is now in
fourth place six strokes behind
Cooper and it will be interesting
to see how the stretch run devel develops.
ops. develops. Not out of the picture by any
means are Ernie Vossler, Ed Fur Fur-gol,
gol, Fur-gol, the De Vicenio brothers, Cer Cer-da,
da, Cer-da, Barron, Porky Oliver and
Hamrich. These and all the other
Jros will be giving that little ex extra
tra extra effort to catch up with the
leaders and it is hoped that the
ans will turn out to see this real
igh caliber golf.
Ftlip Mom ana son win
gain have to com across wnn
Vat 49 at yesterday three more
of the pros hit the mark right
en the nose. Ernie Vossler, Her Herman
man Herman Barron and Julio Hernan Hernandez,
dez, Hernandez, Colombian pro, were the
lucky emi yesterday and will
each receive two bottles of Vat
69 seotch whisky for their 69
' In the amateur ranks Dorsey
Tlevergall, defending Open ama
teur champion, equalled his par
72 of Thursday to give him a to total
tal total of 144 at the halfway mark
and a two stroke lead over Herb
Mitten and Tony Jankus who are
tied with 146. Right behind is Jeff
Kline who shot a 77 for a two day
total of 148. J. P-. Crichton is still
in the thick of the fight with a
jtotal of 149, Galindo and Riley
'with scores of 150 will be making
their big bid today to overhaul
The little guy with the big- heart
Leo Dehlinger, improved on his
first round score yesterday when
he carded a 78 and with his 158
and the tremendous determina-
t nut nn n rTrvrvrl firrht'
.vr Jut aa gwu nguv
be heard from
ment is ovir.
Thp Macurrav brothers are
looking more like twins as the
Open progresses. Both scored 76
the first day- and yesterday again
they came in with identical
scores of 77. Among the great
shots in yesterday's competition
was Johnny's eagle on number
three. His second shot was on a
line with the pin about seven or
eight feet away. Showing the style
that made him one of the best
golfers ever developed on the Isth
mus Johnnie dropped his long putt
for the-eagle three.
While the President, due to cir circumstances
cumstances circumstances beyond his control is
not playing In this year's Open,
he has been in the gallery on both
days and enjoying the high calib
er of the professional and ama amateur
teur amateur play.
The 36 hole totalsW all flayers
are listed below (amateurs are
indicated with an x)
R. de Vicenzo
O. de Vicenzo
xJ. de la Guardia
xJ. des Londes
xJ. Paz Rodriguez
, , 145,
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Powells 4 l 800
Cristobal High 2 1 666
Bells ., .. v v, 2 ,3,'.U0
CHS-Alumnl . : 1.4 .200
xL. Dehlinger 158
xR. Arias 159
' xHurr 159
xMurphy ." 162'
I xLilly 165
. xDenotes amateur. '
ABC AWARD Major John H. Rooney, comma nding officer of U.S. Army Garrison and Techni Technical
cal Technical Services (Pacific), Fort Clayton, receives an American Bowling Congress Championship Certi Certi-licata
licata Certi-licata Award from MSgt. Arthur Graham, -capt ain of the U.S. Army Garrison team in the recent
Fort Clayton Post Level Bowling League. The Ga rrison team finished 13 points ahead of its closest
rival, the U.S. Army Signal Service team. Others on the winning team, left to right in the rear
row'are Sfc. Charles Matasic, MSgt. Charles Wil kins and MSgt. Clair Norman, In the front row
are Sp4 Leonard Wasieloski and Pfc. William Do nahue. (U.S. Army Photo)
Pirates, Red legs Sir
Each Other In 7 -Player
The cut offpoint"for' amateurs
qualifying for the final 36 holes
of play was 165, and lists the 36
low scoring amateurs. This ama amateur
teur amateur qualifications also includes
all tie scores up to the cut-off
point, and all .visiting amateurs
Pairings for today will be found
in another place on this page.
NEW YORK, Jan. 31 (UPP
The Pittsburgh Pirates and
Cincinnati Redlegs seem strength
ened as National League pennant
contenders today after a seven seven-player
player seven-player trade in which the Pirates
sacrificed their "big stick" for
battery help and finesse.
One of the biggest trades of the
off-season last night sent homer
hitting Frank Thomas, outfielders
Jbhn Powers and Jim Pendleton
and pitcher Whammy Douglas to
the Redlegs in exchange for catch catcher
er catcher Smokey Burgess, infielder Don
Hoak and pitcher Harvey Haddix
Redleg general manager Cab
Paul pointed out that the acquisi acquisition
tion acquisition of Thomas, who hit 35
homers for the Pirates last sea season,
son, season, gives Cincinnati the-right-
handed long-ball hitter it needs
while Pittsburgh general man manager
ager manager Joe Brown sad the deal
"strengthens what w thought
were weak spots on our club."
"Thomas give us the long range
right-handed hitter we need to go
with our left-handers," said Paul.
"He hit 35 homers at Pittsburgh
last season so he 'might hit as
many as 45 for us this year.
"We have long needed a catch catcher
er catcher who could hit and a left-handed
starting pitche," explained
Brown. "In addition, we think
Hoak is a very fine player."
Thomas, a 6-foot, 3-inch, 205
pound slugger, is undoubtedly the
key player of the transaction, ac according
cording according to neutral National League
observers because of his tremend tremendous
ous tremendous potential. His 109 runs bat.ed
in last season ranked second in the
league only to Ernie Banks' fad
ing 129 ana he snouia De an even
more potent slugger -when he's
firing at Crosley Field's inviting
left field barrier.
Brown conceded he was sorry to
let Thomas go but pointed out that
.the. .filiates, needed atchitig help,
and had no left-handed starting
pitcher at all last season and alsc.
acquired a solid infielde rir Hoak,
Hank Foiles caught in 104 games
for the Pirates last season hut
knocked in only 30 runs and batted
Cristobal Track Team
Prepares For '59 "Season
only .205. Burgess had a so-so
yearsby Ms standards but hit .2S3
and knocked in 31 runs. He has a
nine-year major league average ot
.297 and is noted as a dangerous
slugger in the clutch.
Hirddix, 33, is a low curveball
southpaw who broke in with 20
victories for the St. Louis Car Cardinals
dinals Cardinals in 1953. He had only an
8-7 record and 3.52 earned run
average for the Redlegs last sea season
son season but has' a lifetime 13-61 mark
int the majors.
Hoak, a fiery, slick-fielding
jack-of-all infield trades, fell off to
a .261 batting average last season
after a brilliant 1957 campaign in
which he-batted .293, hit t9 homers
and knocked in 89 runs. Hoak,
shortstop Dick Groat and second-
haspman Bill Mazeroski 'should
WS m PUMtes xjne' of the titf.test
defensive intieias m Daseopn 1
Brown disclosed that he and
Paul had been discussing the deal
since the end of last season "on
the teleohone in Pittsburgh and
especially during the winter meet
ings at Washington."
''We're sorry we had -to give ud
Thomas." he said. "'But when you
get something in a trade you have
.to be prepared to give up some
V.F.W. 3 Boyd Brothers 2
Tuesday afternoon, Boyd Bro
thers dropped their second game
of the season to the V.F.W. Ralph
Reves went air the way for the
V.F.W. and pitched a 2-hit ball
The winners scored one run in
the second, fourth and fifth innings.
Center-fielder Henry Barker, made
two sensational catches going back
to the center-field fence to pull
down what looked like sure ex extra
tra extra basehits.
The losers scored their two
runs in the first and fifth innings
MacLane one of the top throwers
fro Coach Dom Vasnick, received
his second loss in the season. He
walked two and allowed three hits.
Doug Fulop star infielder for the
V.F.W. collected a single and wai
loped a double down the right field
line. Dick Bacot from Boyd Bro
thers had one for one at the
The box scores:
ab r h
Zent B., M 3 0 0
Reyes R., p 2 0 0
Fulop D., 3b 3 12
Suarei Jr., -w '200
Frangioni R., rf 3 0 0
Vecchione Jr If 3 11
Price K., lb 2 0 0
Barker H., cf 3 0 0
Treadway L., 2b 3 10
Total 24 3 3
Arnold B.. 3b
Turner Jj lb
Baggott F., ss
Arnold T.. c
Manning D., cf
Parker C, If
Bacot D., 2b
Pollack K., rf
Land M., p
The Blue, and Gold runners from
Cristobal High School have start started
ed started another week of practice at Mt.
Hope Stadium, in preparing for the
1959 Interscholastic Track season.
Returning from a fait 1958 Track
Team are Donald Humphrey, Irl
Sanders, Keith Kulig, Joe Loran Loran-m
m Loran-m Walter Woodruff, Carl New-
hard and Gary Irving, ut me six
returning members only Humph-
rey, Sanders, irving auu licwnaiu
Twenty boys have been working
towards their first night of competition-
a scheduled Tri Angular
Meet on the 13th of February. With
time trials being held every Satur Saturday
day Saturday morning, the results have pro proven
ven proven several runners in this early
Veteran 880 Yard Runner, So Sophomore,
phomore, Sophomore, Gary Irving, trying to
surpass the existing C.H.S. record
held by Robert Grace, 1953 in the
time 2 min. 10 sec. In several time
trials this year Gary has fell short
of this mark but only by 2 seconds,
which is goof for early season prac
tice. Another. Veteran runner Joe
Lorenzo, a miler, has surprised
the entire field of fellow milers
a well as the Coach, with his
strong finish, and consistent wins
over Irl Sanders. Both Sanders an
Lorenzo have a good chance to be
the .C.H.S. mile record held by
Dick Williams, in 4 min. 51.7 sec
set in 1957.
In the 440 Yard Dash, Carl Mew-
hard and Hueo Tompkins, have ex
perienced high school meets. In
early season races they have been
finishing in dead heats. The pre
sent C.H.S. record for tnis quarter
mile race is held by Carl Tuttle,
in 52.6. TompKins, nas a ciiuui-c
at this record if his knee and hip
trouble is completely cured.
Donald Humphrey should be one
of the too timberman this season
in both the (low and high hudle
races. Right behind him will be
a newcomer to Track, Babe Mar-
Thursday's Result .
Bells 8 CHS, Altfmni 7
(2 p.m. Mi. Hope)
CHS vs Powells
By TREVOR SIMONS
CHS-Alumni and Bells, both ma mathematically
thematically mathematically out of the first half
race, put on a good show for the
small crowd that attended Mt.
Hope Stadium', battle for, the. cel cellar
lar cellar Thursday ; nighf Bells,, blow blowing
ing blowing a four run lekd. posted in the
first inning, had. to come back in
the bottom of "the seventh to push
across the winding run.
John Bowers started for Bells
an Corky Karpinski for the Alum Alumni,
ni, Alumni, but neither pitcher was 'at'dund
at the finish and neitjier, was in involved
volved involved in the decision. Jim' Mann.
who relieved Bowers iti the Alum
ni 5-run sixth inning uprising, post
ed his second win of the '59 season
and John lthag even his season
record at 1 and 1 when', he was
charged with Thurscfay night's" de,
Mancel Bdy6, pliylnfe'' his first
game for the Bells had a perfect
2 for 2, while Dave Mann, brother
of the Bell pitcher, paced the A A-lumni
lumni A-lumni 8-hit attack with 3 hits in
, Po wslls Can Clinch
First Half Tomorrow
Powells and'cflsro'b'a'l High Vtll
meet tomorrow (Sunday) afternoon
at 2 p.m. and the stakes will be
either the lead in the first half
for the High School lids or the
first half sewn up by -the defend
ing champions. Neither team has
announced a starter for this once,
but it is believed that either Hish-
ley 6r Dockery; both right Hand
ed slow ball artists, will work for
roweus. r ,
Coach Ingram will select John
Wainio to try and set the league
leaders back a notch. The Tiger
lanky right-hander has a 1 and 0
record on the season. Earlier this
season Powell? laced the Tigers
15 to 4, but since that one CHS
L I -I
has steadily improved- and should
give tae league leaders a tussle tor
their money, These two i teams
boast an array of .aorne of the
top. hitters in the-: league, -paced
by Humphrey of CH&and Manning
of Powells sach with-S37ii Laurel
Highley1 500- and Dedeaux' .471
plus some respectable figurej in
John Hall and Buckeyif iiwaringen
and good reason ,why Powells are
on top in the 1959aee
The box score:
Ab R H- Po
Boyd, 2b, cf 2 12 1
Mann, J., cf, p s 4 -1 1 2
Nolan, c 4 1 0 6
Bell, lb 4 11 11
Gooding; ss 2 1 o
Rozmeski, If 2
Stalwroth, If i.
Hayden, rf 2
Ford, rf j,
Bowersy p g,
St, Cyr 2b 2
Hatgi, si, p 4
Ames, c 4
Mann, p., cf 4
Ingram, lb, cf 1
Castillo, 2b,- ss 2'".-l- 0
Leon, 3b 3 1 0
Sanders, If 3 0 0
Karpinski, p, lb 3 ;I; l l-Legnadier,
Legnadier, l-Legnadier, rf 2 6 C
Palumbp J. it t 0; 0
27 7 8 My 11
x Winning run scored with two out
1 1 2
II 2 3
TODAY ENCANTO-35 -20
TRIPLE ATTRACTION I
"ESCAPADE IN JAPAN"
"MAN IN THE ROAD"
"CORONATION OF POPE
auard. a natural low hudler, who
may win in the Interschool meets.
In the high hurdles, Walter Wood
ruff and Jose Crooke, have been
working hard, iand also are im
proving with each week of prac
In the field events, the point load
will fall in the hands of Keith Ku Kulig
lig Kulig and Russ Favorite. Kulig, will
be participating in the Broad Jump
and Discus throw. His results in
Saturday time trials have beer
very encouraging. For a small,
man, Keith has been throwing the
Discus well over 100 ft., and jump jumping
ing jumping over 19 ft. in the Broad Jump.
Favorite, will be putting the Shot
for the" first time tnis year, ana
the results have been very satis
fying which is good news for the
C.H.S. coach, who hasn't had a
Shot Putter in the last three
Top prospects from the under
classmen and several new faces
to the Track sport are: Joe Mc Mc-Goff,
Goff, Mc-Goff, a Freshman, who will score
points in the High Jump this year;
Jose Crooke, a senior, who is eh
tered n the High Jump and Hur
dles. Mike Swalm, a senior, in
the High Jump; Donald Bonneau,
a junior, entered in the Discus;
Danny Smith, a 'junior, running in
the 880 Yd. Run; and Rolando
Sterling, a junior, entered in the
half-mile event. The top newcomer
is a sorinter, Joe ValdeZ, a junior
from California, and if he is able
to round into shape by the first
meet, Cristobal, may have a badly
needed ace sprinter.
Feb. 13 Triangular Meet
Feb. 24 Triangular Meet
Mt. Hope Stadium
March 5 Triangular Meet
March 11 Cristobal Track and
Field Night Mt. Hope Stadium
March 13-14 Balboa Relays
US; Cinch For
tually has 1?efj
points; Russia has a 103.point
margin over its foes but cannot
win the championship under in international
ternational international rules because it for forfeited
feited forfeited one game.
Sunday's double header ;,ln th
American Legion Junior Baseball
league will be played at the Fort
Clayton Stadium beginning, at 1 : CO
P-m. ... jt,4 ,".
wiflbe poseft' by.i,second 'Plice
Spur Cola in .the' first game-. The
second game which, is exnectedjth
get underway at about 3:'!0 p.m.
will be betveeh Orange Klst and
The double header was schedul scheduled
ed scheduled for the Balboa Stadium but be
cause of a revival meeting being
held, there' it was swifchcd,. to Fort
ine.,puDUCis anvjren -va nwn
games and instructions in getting
to the baseball .field tnav be ob obtained
tained obtained from the spntrv i H..v at
the main gate at Fbrt Clayton.
TODAY! : 1 60c. 30c. TOMORROW!
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SANTIAGO, Chile, Jan. 31
(UP!) An, elated Brazilian team
was heavily favored todiy, to
wrap up the world amateur bas
ketball championship that has
been "declined" by Soviet Rus
sia and muffed by the United
The Russians could have wan
the crown last night by beating
Nationalist China but tbey struck
by orders from M o cow and
didn't show up far the game, thus
incurring a 2-0 forfeit defeat.
Then the Americans could have
won it by beating Brazil but the
Yank team, that took such a shel shellacking
lacking shellacking from Russia two nights
earlier blew a lQipoint lead and
Now it's Brazil's turn, and the
South Americans really can't miss.
They can clinch the title beyond
all question by beating host' Chile
in one of the two games that con conclude
clude conclude the round-robin tournament
tonight. But, even if they lose,
they almost certainly will win.
That's because under the point
ystem in use here a team gets
two points, for a victory, one for
t defeat, and none for a forfeit,
Russia and the United States have
finished with 10 points each. Bra Brazil,
zil, Brazil, with nine pojnts, can match
that tonight even by losing. In
the event of a tie. the title goes
to the earn which has he wides
margin over its rivals in the
numbei- of points scored In' the
And Brazil ean't miss on that
score unless"- it loses tonlgh"s
game bN kre, thai! 85 points
Braiil has outcortf- its rivals by
76 points; the United States ac
m hilarious. vi
g$ STORY OF ;
I HL otKUtAN I WHU PROMOTED
W"A s -v r HIMSELF TO
fe fQ I the 'wildest
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LAND OF THE
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: MIDNIGHT SHOW!
'SPENCER .TRACY, In :
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Wins 9.-4 Over
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' iALBOA MEN'S WINTIR
Our advertisement in list week's
issue about this hot face in the
league,; and lavitinf th Sponsors
and tha publia to dron In on Fa-
day mht f 7:80 to rt th ahow
mat tneac boys put on sura pata
off. ... ;..,.'
Tb Balboa Bbwling Centoras
filled up, and allenjoyed another
big night. SemaT of the spon sponsors
sors sponsors earn in and the sponsor of
the Astra warn passed out samples
of his products to all of the bow bow-lers
lers bow-lers which. 'got1 1 big bang' out of
it. It sure must of pepped cp.the
Astra teant, because thi boys got
hot and took' all 'four points with
a good 28i series
Th firsts thre teams held the
ume standings,., with Hill man
Cars gaining a full point over. Ze Zenith,
nith, Zenith, only 4V4 points separate the
first three teams. In the next nine
only 8 points S tjes.
High Teem 3 games
Rillman Carl 2909
Zenith TV 2543
Lincoln Life 2528
High Team Game
Blue Sta -Kent
High Indivldval 3 Games
Mmi"'" v' 267
L. Hack M
& the. P);
them earn it he iard way and
battled them all the waiy. Hillman
bowled food with 3, 500 series for
total pins, 8483.;G. Metiger was
bgh with S46, J. Bowen 525 and
J. Burgoon 811. Pepe was high
for Pepsi with 417.
Zenii took 2 games and pin fall
w u uuinarfiiyTO wnniniys pomis
from HUlniah. J. Tejada; the roo rookie
kie rookie from Panama was' the big gun
for Zenith by racking up 210,139 a
181 for a fine 530 series. Ray Dube
the come along kid missed 500 br
only J pins with a good 498 series
was high fcthe Beermen,
Lincoln' Life, .had to go all out
to take 4 -gemefl' and pin fall for
5 points-omUawtini Vermouth.
Martini won the -jflrisEameijy 86
ranc boys wr Wfor a rough
ight. in the 2nd game they won
y 31 pitls. cutting the lead down
to 55. But in the last game the
fil9U,ance-bo)'s.ot.hot. nd eme
, p with a 877 game which also
won pin fall by 23 pins. John Voss,
pack from vacation was the big
fun., for Lincoln with r good 535.
Tor JMartini- Stone was' high with.
821" and rOatii t another boy from
Panama hr.: 505,-
The Astra, tea ht'put on etrreet
phew for their Sponsor -whvwa
present, oyaxmg 1
Cafe Duran. I They had three
500 men and also high series for
the; night 2484. .Bieber was high
with 535, Ebrembert who is hotter
than a Pistol from Panama had
523. an Ray Scfcnieder 518. R. To To-Ifl
Ifl To-Ifl wtff Wib-with Jt fine 558 for
Travel, poured the coal
on and Jook Goodyear for 4 points.
M. Lane bowled his heart out, but
as usual did dot get much help
from the -resV or the team. Lane
put 213, .210 and 185 far 608, the
only 600v for the night. R. Novey
wcs hot for Tivoli with a fine 573,
another, boy irom Panama. Looks
like these boys from Panama are
doing all nghf.
' Kent took 2 games and pin fall
from Blue $tar, and this series
was also a -close ne. Blue Star
bowled good; 'wjth'a 2392 series, but
items Z4 was Hist a bit to much.
I made an emrofwith Lanes 600
series, ss M. Diax. for Kent was
high for game' and series for the
mgnt. 238. 191 and 181 for 610. Diai
is also, from Panama this was sure
there night. Pepe Oimian who
holds the vpthef 00 perfect game
jSVatbowled in v ABC league play in the
Cans! Zone with Bud Balcer had
a good 522: Pepe is jlso from Pa Panama.
nama. Panama. R., King was high for Blue
Star, Alvarado 482 and Anderson
ARNAV MIxId LIA9UE
Safety Pins Versvs
II Bandittes Fotpntd
Mix Masters 1 Kool Krew 3
While the two top teams were
taking a rest, the third place Ko!
Krew took on the last place quin quintet.
tet. quintet. There was no sweat for the
Kool Kres fa ,twq opening stan stanzas,
zas, stanzas, but the Mix Masters stirred
tfie ,n(iw sufflciientlyto come out
on top in ine tnira session but leu
12 sticks short of getting an even
split for the eve:.ine.-The two lead
off men for e&eh team sparred
on practically even terms, with
wuey wimams in edging Tom Tho Thomas,
mas, Thomas, 528 to 514 scratch. Frank. Pe Persies
rsies Persies also made 500 but hs was
of handcaiparef,, 53L
lot Kip-B,- mwn!Wt3-7tiic! .v(
iMpers j manes
Keeoinu up witti the order of the
day the Sleepers were wide awake
in takine the three winnins nointi.
from the Marks. Bob Mathias of
the Sleepers, p-it a lot of pins to
sieep wnen ne knocked over 547
scratch and 604 hadicap. Two of
his Sleaoine pnhnrta rnm tihrAiiirh
500 for Ralph Tunstill. In the last
giainie for the night, the Marked
out a 14 pin victory. The ?'s had
their own 5C scratch bowler when
Joe Elgenheerv tallied 520, Which
included a nL'ty 212 singleton. Joe
had. assistance from fee Strode
duet when Bea beat her better
s i line wn -ine style of taking
three, the Woodpeckers rekA
out the, three credit markers, after
onropinB Jne iia iiitr. tn th R.
bis. Although the Rebels were on
the-. short end of. the count they
o Jmoemfingieton tab
and besfi evMleh eeriM. whn r.
Grinter hit. 235and 545? Both sauad
l-ftm. -iv-;.Mt4V' SM.i. tor i i?
lkiiiu uu itilii i f 1 1 1 n.i ninn pin
uyvt?ra.. .ror we wooapeckers:
rred Eoley 547. Andv stert su
J. Dlesing 528 and Shen Snnrai-H
oi. ror uie neoeis Bartin 55ia
msor,-wh'.Twaj G. Grinter 5,84, Leu Parker 505 and
Wl 4 poiflU fiwmj Ra icrto? 510. v X
The Marlboro Smokers had fee
ond placewthe Panama Pfofet
sionai League Standings all SJwed
up today thanks to Humbertn Rob
inson's two-hit 7.4 victory over the
champion Kings last nieht ir the
second game of doubleheader.
One of the hits off Rohbv was m
long homer over the concrete wall
in riEht field by. Gail Henlev in
the -seventh inning.: Ken Hunt had
singled back in the fourth with two
outs for the lungs' first safety
Robinson gained his a I xt h
triumph against four losses. He
had been beaten twice by the KinaiN
in nis last twe-etarrs.
The Smokers are now fivV
behind the Kinea and fournri-a
half games r ahead of Carta .Vjeja
Yankees, who lost M to Cerveza
Balboa in yesterday's lidlifttr,
The Kings and the Smokers
each have three games left to plav
while tle Yankees and the. Beer Beermen
men Beermen have four contests remaining.
Kings starter Pete Mesa, who
was seking his first win, suffered
his, third setback instead. The dis disappointing
appointing disappointing righthander allowed six
hits and six runs in six and one one-third
third one-third innings. Mamavila Osorio
finished the game.
The Smokers pounded out a (to
tai or nine : saietieswBicn, mcindej
a two-run roiindtripper by BillT
Gawer in the. third. Bobbv Prcs Prcs-cott
cott Prcs-cott had a perfect night with three
hits in three official times at 'bat.;
He also drew two bases on balls.
In the curtain raiser Cerveza
Balboa connected for 12 hits in
trouncing the Yankees as Georges
Maranda permitted: nine baseblowj
in cooping his fifth verdict aeainst
Bill Proutt lasted only one and
two-third innings during which he
was charged with five runs and
six hits. Bob Frederick took over
until the seventh before giving
way to Bill Slack, who finisher!
the contest. Prout's record is now
fhsH btit jot 9eiy
Hector Lopex, gained! koji -.des
Peden in the batting race with a
two-for-four evening to lift his
average to .395. Peden. who took
a night off, is hitting .396.
Tomorrow the Yankees play the
Kings at Colon Stadium at 10 a.m.
and the. Smokers engage the
Beermen at the Olympic Stadium
l i p. in
4 0 0
5 '0' 2
36 4 9 24 11
f arris, 3b.
Osorio P., rf.
AB R H PO A
5 2 i i i i
2 2 0
2 0 3
2 2 4
1 3 0
2 12 4
37 9 12 27 14
Score bv Inninai
C. Vieia 000 400 000 4 9 2
C. Balboa 140 000 40x 9 12 2
Summary: Errors: Parsons, Lo
pez, Roberts. DsvsUllo. Runs bat bat-ted
ted bat-ted in: Parris 3. Roberts 2. Wll-
helm 2, Lopez 2, Grenald 2. Earn
ed runs: Carta Vieia 3, Cerveza
Balboa 4. Two base hits: Parsons,
Roberts. Parris, Lopes. Home
runs: Wilhelm. Stolen Dane:
Peeples, P. Osorio, Lopez. Sacri Sacrifice
fice Sacrifice hits: Maranda. Struck out by:
Frederick 1. Maranda 5, Slack 1.
Base" on balls by: Prout 1, Maran Maranda
da Maranda 2. Left on base: Carta Vicja
7, Cerveza Balboa 6. Pitchers rec record:
ord: record: Prout 5 runs, 6 hits in 1-23
jnnjings; Frederick 4 .runs, 5 hits
in 4-zs inning, winning pitcner:
Maranda (5-4). Losing pitcher.
Prout (4-3). Umpires: Thornton,
William, Miller: Time of game:
SIGNS WITH BROWNS
i;30 to 700!t.ml7 ;
r 1 Jtf
' m Klleeyeiee
CHADBOURN, N.C. (UP1)
Frank Thomson. Wake Forest
tackle, has signed a professional
football contract with the Cleve
land Browns. Thomson was draft-
vml H seasbn'.-btrtectded-tt
fi?blilm.Itted free0 the after-Jjtgy at Wske Forest for his re.
maining year eligibility.
INKS CALGARY PACT
TULSA, Okla. (UPI) Ronnie
Morris, Tulsa University's All All-Missouri
Missouri All-Missouri Valley Conference half half-back,
back, half-back, has signed to play with the
Calgary Staimpeders of the Cana
dian (Football .League. Mrris iwas,
a New York Giants' choice in the
National Football League draft.
5 1 1 3 0
5 12 10
4 2 14 0
8 2 3 J 0
4 1 111 1
4 0 0 0 2
8 0 0 2 6
3 6 1 5.0
Robinson, pj-li 'H't 0, 0 0
Totals. 34 7 9 27 9
AB R H PO A
Austin, 2b. 4 0 0 1 2
E. Osorio, lb. 8 0 0 5 0
Henley, cf. 4 117 0
Hunt, If. 8 0 18 0
Heron, ss. 3 0 0 2 2
Gladstone, rf. 2 0 0 0 0
Diaz, 3b. 3 0 0 1 1
Alston, c. 3 0 0 5 0
Mesa, p. 2 0 0 0 0
A. Osorio, p. 1 0 0 0 0
i i 'i .A,
Totals 28 1 2 24 5
Score by Innings
Kings 000 000 100-1 2
Marlboro 020 010 31x 7 9
Summary: Errors: Diaz. Heron.
Flynn. Runs batted in: Gabler 3,
Prescott 2. Henley. Earned runs runs-Kines
Kines runs-Kines 1, Marlboro 4. Home runs-
Gabler, Henley. pouMepla y :
Gabler, Houradeau. Gabler. Sto'en
base: Gladstone. Brathwaite. Sa Sacrifice
crifice Sacrifice hits: Gabler. Hit batters:
Mesa (Flynn). Struck out" by: Me
sa 4. Robinson 4; A. Osorio t.
Base on balls off: Mesa 4. Robin Robinson
son Robinson 1, A. Osorio 1. Left on base.
Kings 2, Marlboro 9. Pitchers rec record:
ord: record: Mesa 6 runs, 6 hits in 6-23
innings. Winning pitcher: Robin Robinson
son Robinson (6-4V Losing nftcher: ; Mesa
(0-3). umpires "Williams, Corri Corri-"an.
"an. Corri-"an. HUzincer. Attendaneer 649.
Time of game: 2:01.
CURUNDU LITTLE LEAGUE
Puerto Riean Lions 6-1
Club 20 3-4
V. F. W. 2-5
Balboa Lions Club 2-5
Club 20 9 V. F. W. 4
Brilliant pitching and fielding
of the part of club 20 enabled
Hem to down V. F, W. 9-4 Tues
day at the Curundu Little League
ballpark. The win ended a tie lor
third place between the two
Club 20 started the scoring
with 2-runs in the second inning
when the infield of V, F. W. got
a bad cSse Of butterfingefs miss missing
ing missing several fielding opportunities.
The booming bats of junior Tay Taylor,
lor, Taylor, Bob xRuSsell, Jim Heame.
and Tom Parker added 3 more
runs for Club. 20 in the third.
The gsme was all but sewed up
in the top' Of 'the" sixth when er errors
rors errors agf in cost V. F. W. 4 more
Tne perfect control pitching o'.
Jim Hearne held V. F. W. to one
run in tho first 3 innings. This run
came in the second from doubles
oi tht bats of Dick Krown, and
AI C'reque. The Veterans came to
life, Htwever, in the luurtn bv
tagging relief pitcher Junior Tay
tor tor n runs, rney ddeu one
more m the sixth on two walks
and a couble-by qiay Taul.
V. F. W.
Creque, cf ; r
Bishop, rf i
V. F W.
0 2 3 0 0
0, 1. 2 0
The lox score:
Ab R H
2' 1 0
Happened to .
ART (Whataman) SHIRES
Art Shires, known variously as
"Art the Great" and "Whata "Whataman,"
man," "Whataman," had more color than base
ball talent but lasted four seasons
in the majors as a first baseman.
He 1 came up with the Chicago
wnne sox in i28 and in 1929 had
his only seasii. as a mare-or-less
regular batting .312 in 00
games. He split the 1930 season
between the White Sox and Wash Washington
ington Washington and wound up his major
league career with the Boston
Braves. Art's-loquaciousness and
willingness to mix it with all com-
erg ied hima into ufei brief "taNiing
Whatever happened to Art
Shires? Now 51, he operates a
restaurant in Dallas, Tex.
CARDS SIGN MATHENY
CHICAGO (UPI)-The Chicago
Cardinals today signed Jim Math-
eny, a center a id guard who wa
one of f six1' players on the Injured
reserve list last season, for the
Blboi Lions 2
Puertt Rican Lions 1
In at thrilling pitching duel, Bal Balboa
boa Balboa Lions pitcher, Joe Bremer,
struck, out eleven batters and
gave up only one hit to. upset the
previously unbeaten Puerto Rican
Lions. Mike Vecchonie pitched an
equally terrific game for the Puer
to Rican's by also allowing only
one hit and striking out eight.
The first- run came in the top
of the first for Balboa Lions when
John Stsnley got a walk and then
scored on an overthrow to second
base. The Puerto Rican Lions
evened the score in the fourth
when Jim McFadden walked mov mov-ed
ed mov-ed to third on wild pitches, and
then scored on a base hit by
up Balboa team were not to be
denied. Slugger Stanley led off
the fifth inning with a hit, atoie
second, and then scored on a bad
throw to third base while he was
agan trying to steal.
The box score:
Stanley, J, If
Stanley, S., c
PANAMA PROFESSIONAL LEAGUE
Teams K M CV CB W L Pet. QB
King ......... x 8 6 9 23 10 .697 i-
rviari&oro ,4 x 7 7 18 15
Carta Vieja. ...,4 4 x 5 13 19
Cerveza Balboa 2 3 6 x 11 21
406 ... .91
Totals ...10 15 19 21 65 65
TOMORROW'S GAMES (2)
At Colon Stadium: Kings (Donnelly 2-2) vs.
Carta Vieja (Umbricht 4-7)
Came time: 10 a.m.
At Olympic Stadium: Marlboro (Ferguson 2-0) vl
Cerveza Balboa (Brown 1-6)
Came time: 3 p.m.
LAST NIGHT'S RESULTS (2)
At Olympic Stadium
First game: Cerveza Balboa 9, Carta Vieia 4
Second game: Marlboro 7, Kings 1
Puerto Rican Liens
Turner, lb ..!V(,.,
Baggott R., ss
McFadden E.. cf
McFadden J., If
Baggott. A.. 2b
Scoring by Innings
Balboa Lions Club 1 0 0 0 1 02
Puerto Rican Lions 0 0 0 1 0 0
, p I lllu L till HI X
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Am. mi as St. PAE
tVSnSm JBKi SiT'sT FABJACIA eTbAIuSS.. .vr. T Street PAKMACIA "8A" Via Pe l NPVEBADM ATM
nirt. ih. Hell Villa Theitr. and at Ha Branca at the MininaeL Super HarKH via npwn n m
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PHILLIPS OeMinii Coftiget
Saita CI. M,?B?,'V
uma 3-1877 Critfobal 3-1673.
Bli' privit. SanH Cl.r Horn
b Gu.ir Hout. Both ov.rlook
(2 win. to BmcIi). Home
piano marimba aeeomodatej
5; Guast Houta 8. Playground
Uifhud niihti) pingpona.
minton. areharv, barbacua ate.
Putting green (r tow paitura
golf in front. Your own behio on
beach. Navy 3812.
Potter cettagai, between Santa
Clara and Rio Halo. New low
ratei. Phone Balboa 2830.
FOR RENT: For first of Feb February,
ruary, February, 3 bedroom chalet, hot wa water,
ter, water, everything modern. Phone i i-3578.
3578. i-3578. Panama.
FOR RENT: FURNISHED
RESIDENCE, three bedrooms, two
bathrooms, hot water, garage,
with beautiful refrigerator, ttova
and washing machine, Next to
"El Cangrejo". For informa information
tion information phone 3-6070.
But merr who know
FELIPE E. MOTTA E HUO
j TEL. 1-1311 APT.WTI
I EVKRLASTINO BATTER!
i Foto International
155 Central Are.
Comer "K" Street
1 block from Railroad
LjpAPS AND BOUNDS
(LINCOLN, Neb. (UPI) Uni
versity of Nebraska wrestler Har Harold
old Harold Thompson is just a growing
" bpy.In meets this year, he wres wres-tfe'Mlr
tfe'Mlr wres-tfe'Mlr t In the 137 pound class,
tnei he 147, 157 and 16T pound
FOR RENT; Completely fur fur-nithew
nithew fur-nithew two bedroom apartment,
hot water, Caanpo Alegre. linen,
dishes. Phone 3-5024.
FOR RENT: A two bedroom
apartment, hot water, maid's
room, garage. Via Argentina No.
75 at (L ttreeWS W8ti irree.
Price $110.00. Catt 3-6647.
FOR RENT! Furnished one bed bedroom
room bedroom apartment, kitchen, living
room, dining room, $85.00,
Automobile Row. Phone Balboa
4169 days. 2870 night.
FOR RENT: Apartments and 2 2-rooms,
rooms, 2-rooms, Via Espana No. 501 0-A,
$40.00 and $25.00. Phone 4 4-0051.
0051. 4-0051. FOR RENT: Well located apart apartments,
ments, apartments, furnished or unfurnished,
4th of July Avenue No. T1-352
facing Quarry Heights tntrance,
for information call telephone 2 2-4204
4204 2-4204 or same building, apart apartment
ment apartment No. 9.
FOR RENT: On 48 street Bella
Vista modern two bedroom Apt.
On 46 street,' Jtjfiera Apts.,
another two bedroom Apt., din dining,
ing, dining, living, porch, balconies, two
bathrooms, maid's room and ga garage.
rage. garage. Call Panama 2-4696. From
8 a.m. to 12 noon.
FOR RENT: Furnished apart apartment
ment apartment one bedroom, kitchen,
washtubs, near Panami Hotel
$65.00. Tel. 3-4281.
NY Meeting In May
On Strike Issue
NEW YORK (UPI) There was
no official comment from steel
companies yesterday on reports
that May and New York have
been selected as time and place
for crucial labor negotiations to
determine whether there will be
a steel strike this summer..
But unofficially the reports were
confirmed" "and a r"pokeiian'"r"
the Hotel Roosevelt in mid-town
Manhattan said reservations si si-ready
ready si-ready have been made.
Present three-year contracts for
more than 550,000 steelworkers
throughout the country expire
July 1. tNfsj
Similar talks held three years
ago first in Pittsburgh and then at
the Hotel Roosevelt failed to
avert a 55-day strike. In 1956
U.S. Steel, Bethlehem Steel Corp.
and Republic Steel Corp. one,
two and three in the industry-
led the industry bargaining.
The steel union was expected to
use the game bargaining team as
in 1956 headed by United Steel Steelworkers
workers Steelworkers President David J. Mc
Donald. f .,
On the management said there
will be several new faces. John
A. Stephens of U.S. Steel, the
chief negotiator in 1956, has re retired.
tired. retired. His place is being taken by
R. Conrad Cooper, U.S. Steel vice
Another new face on the indus
try committee will be Harold C.
Lumb, Republic Steel's general
Advertise in this section Ads only cost $25.50 per month
FOR INFORMATION CALL 2-0740
Full day excursion
Sunday February 1
COPA twin eng-ine
Gibraltar Life Ins. Co.,
tor rates and informatior
Tel. Panama 2-0552
Monday thru Friday
9:00 a.oi. to 12:1X1
2 AO p.m. to 5:06
Saturday: 9:00 a.m. to 12:00
Supec char 2ers
Volkswagen and (Ihia
. MQA, Dauphine
; 60 -more
Ci'a. Islinena le
Auto Servicio, S.A.
FOR SALE: 1953 Buick; ec.l ec.l-lent
lent ec.l-lent condition. Phone Navy 2226.
From 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.
FOR SALE: 1958 Plymouth 4 4-door
door 4-door sedan, duty paid, radio,
whitewalls. Call Colon 313 eWiee
AUTOS EISENMAN, S.A. Offers
the best Used Cars in Town:
1958 Chevrolet Bel Air 4DR, ra radio,
dio, radio, WS Wall tires, automatic
trans, plastic covered upholstery.
1956 Buick, tutone, WSW tires,
air conditioned. Very goor condi condition.
tion. condition. 1955 Ford-Victoria, radio, tu tutone,
tone, tutone, WS Wall tires, automatic
1956 Plymouth Kingsway Sta.
Wagon, tutone, WS Wall tires.
1957 Fiat Sport. Excellent condi condition.
tion. condition. 1955 ford. 4 Door Sedan, radio,
WSW tires, automatic trans.
1955 Plymouth Sta. Wagon,
4DR, radio, very good car.
1955 Ford Country Sedan, tu tutone,
tone, tutone, 4DR, WS tires.
Open all day. Next to Coca Col
Co. Telt. 2-261$ fr 2-4966.
FOR SALE: 1949 Pontiac 4
door. Excellent transportation.
Cash sale $235.00. Call Panama
FOR SALE: 1958 Chevrolet
Biscayne four door sedan; power power-glide,
glide, power-glide, V8 engine, 4 barrel car car-'buraetor,
'buraetor, car-'buraetor, 250 h p., duty free.
Phone Balboa 2-2744.
FOR SALE: Fargo Vi ton pick pick-up,
up, pick-up, duty paid, $450. Tel. Pana Panama
ma Panama 2-0780 after 5 p.m.
HIS FATHER'S SON-Sergrt
Mikoyan, above, accompanied
his father on Us tour of the
United States. He is the son
or Soviet Deputy Premier An An-aUaXM&cxcysavJ?
aUaXM&cxcysavJ? An-aUaXM&cxcysavJ? (Guide
Finance Tour New Or
EMPLOYES FINANCE Co.'
LOW RATES UP TO 36 Mo,
on new cars
No. 43 Automobile Row
Phone 3-4984 3-4985
All Types of Auto Insurance
With built-in Unlvereal
AGENQA de GAMBIO
We cash checks and Lottery
ticket at any time.
We aa? located rltrht across
from The Ancon Bm Stop.
FOR SALE: New bunk beds,
full automatic washer, three
piece blond bedroom suite with
unpainted night etands, Albrook
Qtrs. 334-A, phone 86-3134.
FOR SALEi 3 Venetian blinds,
for Duplex bedrooms, good con condition.
dition. condition. Bamboo Match-stick
inches. Good condition. Lattice
drapes, 8 panels, 84 by 62
inches, and 2 panels, 84 by 36
enclosure for basement. House
1540.B or Tel. Balboa 3635.
FOR SALE: Modern furniture,
used 3 months. It Is a bargain.
Call 2-2680 Mr. Flavin.
FOR SALE: Airconditioner,
York, aeparate condenser-compressor,
new 1 h.p. motor 110
volt $150; Fischer Splnnet piano,
full string, beautiful $450; solid
mahogany dining set, table, six
chairs, buHet, -service table,
$300; No, 5407 Harrod Place,
FOR SALE: 2 youth beds, ma ma-Jiogany,
Jiogany, ma-Jiogany, excellent condition. $40,
44 Street, phone 30410.
FOR SALE: Solid mahegany liv.
ingroom suite Inner spring cush cushions.
ions. cushions. Navy 3165.
f6r SALE: Furniture, Includ Including
ing Including Chinese hand carved, maho mahogany,
gany, mahogany, and yard furniture. Alse
selling power tools, power mower,
and many miscellaneous house household
hold household items. Moving, must sell.
House: 0904 Amador Road, Bal Balboa.
boa. Balboa. Phone: 2-2916.
I BET I'VE GOT
Whatever you want! a table A
tool chest? 5 piece bedroom
suite? Rug? Dishes? Meat slicer
Chinese hits et, etc. No. 52,
FOR SALE: Lambrette scooter,
good condition $250.00. Call
DETROIT OTPl)-(totiA U
brilliant blue-red nobe and sittine
on a eanopieq fnrone upholstered
hi green, the Most Rev. John T.
Dearden at imrtalled yesterday
a Roman Catholic erchbishop of
At 51, Archbishop Dearden be
came the pastoral shepherd of
1,288,500 Catholics in the Detroit
Archdiocese, and the youngest
archbishop in the United
The installation took place in
two-hour ceremony in the Cathe
dral of the Blessed Sacrament,
Some1! Jrfshops and archbishops,
and more than 800 priests and
monsignori inarched in the great
procession opening the rites.
More than 50 of the priests 1iad
arrived with Archbishop Dearden
by plane Wednesday from Pitts Pittsburgh,
burgh, Pittsburgh, wheire he bad been a
bishop since 1950.
THE FRIENDLY SUPERMARKETS
Dr. Wendehake Medical Clinic,
opposite Chase Bank. Central
Avenue 18-117. Phone 2-3479.
FOR SALE: Hi-Fi Gerard. Beau Beautiful
tiful Beautiful tone $100.00. House 875.
Morgan Avenue, Balboa. 1951
Lincoln, duty paid $500.00.
FOR SALE: Baby Grand piano.
In perfect condition $390.00.
DeSoto car 1952 $200.00. Calle
31 No; 414 li
FOR SALE: Goldfishes, tropica
fishes, German canaries (guaran (guaranteed
teed (guaranteed singers) pet aceessories.
ACUARIO TROPICAL PET SHOP
49 VIA ESPAftA. PHONE 3 3-5411.
5411. 3-5411. Dogs
Boxer puppies for tele AKC.
Phone 2-4258. C weeks eld.
FOR SALE: Registered Beagle
Puppies. Just out of quarantine.
Beautifully marked, full black
blanket, white treckiegs. Call Al Albrook
brook Albrook 4193.
Ferrer. Doctor Fly
To Injured Audrey
At Set In Mexico
DURANGO. Mexico (UPI)
Actor Mel Ferrer flew here today
from Hollywood with medical aid
for his severely injured wife,
actress, Audrey Hepburn, wao
wai thrown by a horse here
A spokesman for Miss Hep-
bum's movie comipany said Fer
rer was expected to arrive with
a physician and a studio official,
Bad weather halted their flight
Thursday night in Masatlin,
;Mi Hepburn wa on location
for western film, entitled "The
Unforgiven" when the seel
dent happened. She had never
ridden before and began learning
after she arrived here Jan. 12,
On Wednesday, eyewitnesses
say. she was cantering along
nearby ri verba nk on a three-year
old Arabian stallion she had "fal "fallen
len "fallen in love with" when the horse
stopped short, throwing her over
The actress landed on her back
with a jar that knocked her un unconscious
conscious unconscious for bout fivt minutes.
After two hours, when she kept
as nearly motionless as possible,
she was carefullv loaded
litter end" taken ti) her temporary
A spokesman for the movie
company said Miss Hepburn may
have broken four vertebra in her
back. Studio spokesmen in Holly Hollywood
wood Hollywood said they understood she
had received only four broken
ribs and sprained leg. ,:
Every Saturday from 9t30 to
FOR-SALE :Uts 500 end 1.000
meters, w the Nuevo Hipbdrome
Urbanisation, acme the Remen
Racetrack. AH lots with street
f rents, sewage, water male and
electricity. CaH W. McBarnett.
FOR SALE-lot 1,066 square
meters iir the best location ej
La Crest, situated between V
Street and new street, for infor
mation please call Tel. z-Ji'v
rem B a.m. to 12 neon ane rrom
p.m. to $ p.m.
FOR SALE: 3 hectares located
in Cerre Aelf beautiful oceae
yiew. cool climate all year, cul cultivated
tivated cultivated fruit trees, cement house
built, living-dining room, two
bedroom, kitchen end toilet.
Miami window. Phone 3-1 456.
Boots & Motors
FOR SALE: Cable Crosier
"Mansion", .It feet, totally cov covered
ered covered wirhV,fibarvfjlM. 2 "" ""-rude"
rude" ""-rude" meters, 35 h.y Good me mechanical
chanical mechanical condition. For informa information,
tion, information, Bareenas Printing Shoe. Can,
be aeea at "Club da Yates y Pas
ca". Phone 2-1424.
FOR SALE: Johnson outboard
motor, 10 h.e. with Remote
gallon fuel tankentra propeller.
Phone 844235j jgy
FOR SALE: 14 ft. fiberglass
boat, controls. 25 h.p. Evinrude
and trailers complete. Call 2 2-1632.
1632. 2-1632. 15 ft. fiberalasscd boat, $175.
30 h.p. Evinrude motor, $195.
Trailer, $65, or $400 for every every-,
, every-, thins, ABERNATHY,
FOR SALE : 1 5 runabout, with
controls, raparoufid windshield,
has all extras, 40 h.p. motor,
Gater trailer. All like new. full
price $750.00. Will trade. Bal Balboa
boa Balboa 2-28S7.
FOR SALEOne nearly new 1 5
foot Fibre-glass boat mark, 25
Mercuw mo t er wh eloetrie
etartefWrirWce US $800.
Please call Panama 2-0055 er 2 2-2643.
2643. 2-2643. Fanfani Resigns
ROME, Jan. 31 (UPI) Former
Premier Amintore Fanfani today
resigned as Secretary General ef
the Christian Democrat j-any.
Fanfani resignation t ruler
of Italy's biggest poutieat party
hit the nation as total surprise
and climaxed the inter-party dif difficulties
ficulties difficulties which forced him to re resign
sign resign as Premier six days ago.
PmsiHont of the Republic Crio-
-vanni Gronchi was having anoth
er round of protocol talks wttn
the country's leading political fig figures
ures figures when the former premier an announced
nounced announced hi decision relinquish
tomcm fctiriWtoti leader
of the' Christian Democrat Party.
We repair in your heme
we don't pretend te suarantee
our work. We guarantee it
PHONE THE EXPERTS;
TivoH Avenue No. 11-20.
For better Home Service, Always v
Rely en t
Phone 3-7607 Panama, SerWee
from 9:00 a.m. to 10:00 p.m.
CAMERA REPAIRS All makes,
all work guaranteed; Call NAT NAT-ERS
ERS NAT-ERS 103, Colon S057,7th St.
LOST: KEY CHAIN between Co Co-coli
coli Co-coli and Fort Kobbe. Call 3065
Grid S tor Accused
Of Murder Alloweci
To Enter Evidence
football star Joseph P. Chwvley
yesterday won; tiie ; right,, te.intro te.intro-duce
duce te.intro-duce in court ;:,. eett)il of ,'iskia
from tn hmi&i nt h! VinMi. t-
1 -w, T.A.D, Jones 3tJ wmm he
1- ...O..J 1.3112
The defense contended lone.
linear mairk on the specimen
could indicate whether Jones'
death as aririemf.nl
nV lAITlMna Alcia Pt...l.. jo
Hamden, Conn., Js accuse, of. la la-tally
tally la-tally beating, jfma. jduring a
drunken brawl ah their Imperial
uvivi uxie last may.
The skin-rrtirlt ivMiirl
inflicted when jonee-mnltnl m.
pound lamp down, on himself as
is maggerea arunKeniy around
O- the aaim lamn miM Viom hit
- r .11.
Jones' head, JUswe.4h eerebral
nemorrnage um crstl7 bmught
Tiie Pacific Steam llavigalion Com p:ny
(INCORPORATED BY ROYAL CHARTER 1840)
FAST FREIGHT AND PASSENGER SERTICT
TO COLOMBIA,, ECUADOR, .,jrB.CIIU
rfiMT'i "' ..... .... .Feb. t
TO UNITED KINGDOM VIA CARTAGENA, LA GUATJtA,
KINGSTON. HAVANA. NASSAU. BERMUDA. SPAIN
AND FRANCE i y
S.S..REINA DEL MAR" ll,18g.26 Tonai WMnK, 11
M.V, rSSS. 4
M.V. "SALAMANCA .., ....Feb. U
ROYAL MAIL LINES LTD.HOLLAND
AMERICA LINE '
TO NORTH PACIFIC PORTS.
S.S. TOCH AVON'j. f ... M.t.iva. .Feb. f..
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S.S. "DINTELDYK" ..,....4 1 m
S.S. "BRITTANY" Feb. 15
LL SAILINGS SUBJECT TQ CHANGE WITHOUT NOTICE
' TELEPHONES: j
Crietebal S-11548 Panama I-W57B V BalVea B.1NI
. Great Whlt Flet '-'iUf::
flew Orleans Service
"ULUA" ........v............ ......Feb. 14
"YAQUE 4. Feb. SI
'ULUA" ';,., j .Feb. St
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FRA BERLANGA" Feb. It
'$X:'-i CdrUSTOBALW.C.cX FEEDER SERVICE
. "TTJCATAN" ........ ... i. . Vfc. 'ery 15) Days
Weekly sailings f twelve tsseBjer sWps te New
V Yrk New Orieuiv Anjelc Sa Fruic
SPECIAL ROUND TRIP PASSENGER FARES FROM V
, CRISTOBAL. ANDOB BALBOAs e-Ji,.
m- '' w .Amw ..1. u
it new era ana
xo Ban r rancisco anarvr
DRAWER "A", DIABLO
"IOX 1211. CRISTOBAL, CX
PHONE BALBOA 1709
$ NURSERY SCHOOL
Monday thru Friday, t a, te It
s.m."2V4 yeer te 5 -years, con constant1
stant1 constant1 supervision,, transportation
provided. Call Balbea 1214.
Wanted to Buy
WANTED TO BUYj- 57, er 51,
Austin A-35. Phone 1-6526,
with or without duty.'
WANTED TO BUYt ;A puppy.
Doberman plnscher. Call Panama
WANTED TO BUY: One pair
ef Hamsters. Call Gatun 5-425.
WANTED: Maid fer eenl
hounwerk mutt, give rafereacee
Arbeix Bulldintji,' Jth St. -Apt.
-No. I. ; : -.'V?
WANTED! Experienced eeek
te work fer family end willing te
sleep in. Call Panama 4-1175.
WANTED TO BUTwK.re.tne
Nfriferater, iited, 'In perfect eeii eeii-dirion.
dirion. eeii-dirion. Phone if 7St Balbea, Gir-
GLEMDALE. Calif.' mPIWTs
trombonist Jack Teagarden'is re
covering "nicely" from an ab
dominal operation, ; the Glendal
Sanitarium and Hospital reporte reporte-today.
today. reporte-today. t
he 54-year-old musidaa ttadei
went surgery Tuesday. He recent
ly. returned.rom a' 9,000 mil
Far East tour fat the U. S. UU,
. .Jan. SI
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Socks Red Guard
On Train In Japan
soviet Ambassador Nicolai T.
Fedorenko, victim of a drunken
stevedore who tried to pick a
quarrel with him in a train.
Police arrested Ippei Matsuda,
31, a Nagoya city stevedore after
he slugged 1 a Japanese member
of Tedorenko's party and a rail railway
way railway guard who tried to protect
the Soviet diplomat.
vWot efttf'-med tar comtherit
In Fukuoka where hs waa trtv
eling from Tokyo, merely
shrugged his shoulders and said,
"I don't know what the police
said but I cannot ay anything
Matsuda apologized to police Tor
his conduct and said he had drunk
two quarts of sake (Japanese
wine) before he boafded the tria
and must have "acted under the
influence of alcohol."
MOVE TOO EXCITING
FURUKAWA, Japan (UPI)-A
17-year-old Japanese youth who
stabbed his 16-ycar-old girl friend
with a dagger in a movie theater
explained today ht got "worked
up" by the, gangster picture they,
were 'wfftchlng. rfw T1 'Q
Tpla3('.i TV Program
2:30 Art Laboe Show
3:00 FoottuP 'Bowl Gam
7:00 Dennis Day
7:30 IV Got A Secret
8:30 The Thin Man
9:00 My Little Margl
9:30 Highway Patrol
10:00 Goodyear TV FlayhouM
n:wi Cf IN NEWS
S.OO The Star and The Story 11 15 Enc: Golf Show.. .
Courtesy of AereTlas Panama Airwa?s
PHONES: PANAMA: 3-1 057 3-1 698 3-1 CM
OFFICE HOURS: from S a.m. to p.m.
bv HCA anlM. hM.
1H fc HCA Mnln.
"What ehahco have those kids, got? Even beforo they
finish school, women load 'em around!"
hiHp'f U( ti fUletJ !tb bruise,
Mlr vowld leave tot home like aev.
' A aaseirirds fwrt th rtl ttw
Silvesfre & Brostella
Cuba Ave. 27-02, Panami
by Conrado Sargeant
Daily at 7:00 p.m.
Your Community Network.
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' J: i.
p-Yeor-Oc Shoots Hot 33
tor First 9 Holes Of Play
Tremendous Oil Reserves
I o; IIW
m fo Hep in
"' Ki-rteen-vear-old Balboa High
Bade a bold bid to regain the
it press time when he shot a blistering is lor tne nrst nine
holes in the $10,000 Open and Seagram Cup being played at the
Panama Golf Club.
.-Kline, who had shot a 71 on
apening day to take ihe lead, fell
to third place yesterday when he
Ifcot a 77.
At th end of yesterday s ptey
be the amateurs Dorsey Nevergall
(mog Since 1952
Claims 1st Victim
LONDON OJPD- A vile-smel-Bg
yellow smog hung wetly over
London and much of Britain yes yesterday.
The smog a choking combi combination
nation combination of smoke, grime and fog fog-tettled
tettled fog-tettled like a thickly-spun web o o-irer
irer o-irer London, snarling traffic in the
itreets, putting trains off sched sched-ale.
ale. sched-ale. stalling buses.
fv, mno thp worst to nit tne
.a. .inn. th "killer" smog of
1952 that took nearly 4,000 lives,
(eft Londoners choking and cough coughing.
ing. coughing. It burned the eyes, caused
joses to run, made breathing dif dif-EiMjt,
EiMjt, dif-EiMjt, and gave off a noxious
jmell and taste reminiscent of coal
Streetlights and car headlights
were blotted out by the yellow
pall that first descended on the
city Wednesday night. London Air Airport'
port' Airport' remained closed to all traf traf-gi,,although
gi,,although traf-gi,,although the Air Ministry said
last night's fog was not as heavy
The mists caused the 200 ton
Dutch coastal ship Minorca to run
aground near Dover in the Eng English
lish English Channel.
(The government had warned
that persons with heart or lung
conditions should stay inside so
long s the smog lasted, as it had
thelkiller qualities of the 1952
"The fog was bringing a mount mounting
ing mounting toll of automobile accidents on
10,000 miles of British highways.
One child was killed and dozens
at motorists injured in chaotic
traffic snarls. In one pile-up, 35
lUtos were involved.
PEW YORK (UPI) Mayor
Robert F. WAfener and his com
mittee for Thursday's luncheon
Kmoring Argentine President
inn rrondizi were slightly e
arrassed when Frondizi noticed
die Argentine coat of arms on
the menu was printed upside
This weather report for the 24
hours ending 8 a. m. today is
prepared by the Meteorological
and Hydrographie Branch of the
Panama Canal Company:
: Balboa Cristobal
High T.. 91 84
low 72 79
High 90 85
Low 52 70
'(njax. mph) NW-19 NE-22
IAIN (inches) 0 T
. (inner harbors) 79 80
SUNDAY, FEB. 1
:19 a.mu 13.7 ft
'. ft:49 pjn.
THE PICTURE THAT IS A
"THE NAKED AND THE DEAD"
School student Jeff Kline had
lead among amateurs up to today
was leading with 144 and Dr. Herb
Mitten and Tony Jankus were tied
for second with 146.
scores for ma-
162 4 246
Presents Low Bid
On CZ Paint Job
A low bid of $16,940 was offered
by the Tropical Paint on the work
included in the specifications for
the interior painting of t. number
of Panama CanaJ quateri located
in Santa Cruz, .Old Cristobal ahd
The bids were opened Friday
afternoon in the Administration
Building at Balboa Heights.
Other offers ranging from a total
of $21,330 to $29,700 ytere made by
Anthony Leggier?, Servlfilb Brou1
wer, and Guardia and "Company,
The painting will be done be
tween Feb. 2 and June 30, 1959 as
required and will include walls,
ceilings, floors, hallways, and
stairways of the quarters buildings.
Six employes of the Canal orga
nization, two of them women, were
retired from active service dur during
ing during the month of January.
AH were, resented with retire
ment certificates iftttj&f o
years ot service.
The eomDlete list of those re
tiring, their positions, and length
of canal service follows:
John B. Bombek, truck driver,
Motor Transportation Divison; -lS
years, six minths.
Frank A. Dorgan, lockmaster
Atlantic Locks: 28 years, one
month, hnd B7 davi.
Mrs. Eulr R. DritcoU, English
and general mathematics teacher,
Balboa High School; 17 years, four
month, and 29 days.
Mrs. Perpetua B. Hackett, ap
pointment clerk, Personnel Bureau
10 years, nine months, and 20 days.
Russell T. Kauris, machinist,
Electrical Division; 18 years and
Philip Schneider, : "marine" ma machinist,
chinist, machinist, Industrial Division"; A"v18
years, 11 months and' 15 days'.
Bombek, a native of Chicago,
Illinois, has been in the Canal Zone
since 1942 when he was employed
as a chauffeur with the Motor
Transportation Division. With the
exception of one break in his ser service
vice service when he joined the U.S. Army
during the last World War, "Bom "Bombek
bek "Bombek has been with the Canal or organization
ganization organization ever since For the past
five years, he has been a truck
driver in the Motor Transportation
After his retirement, he and Mrs
Bombek plan to make their home
in Los Angeles, California.
Dorgan was born in Moorestown
New Jersey. He was employed by
the Canal in 1927 as a wireman
in the Electrical Division, a posi position
tion position he held until 1931. He was
reemployed in 1934 as a towing
locof?rt!ve operator in the Locks
pior control house operator in 1945.
Dorgan was made control house
operator on the Atlantic Locks in
1952 and since 1953 has been lock lock-master.
master. lock-master. He and Mrs. Dorgan has not de decided
cided decided where they will make their
home after his retirment.
Mrs. Driscoll is a native of Blum
Texas and is a graduate of North
Six PanCanal Employes Retire
PANAMA AND THE CARNAL ZONE
(In RKOSCOPE and TECHNICOLOR)
ALDO RAY CLIFF ROBERTSON LIU ST. CYR
Shows: I:SS J:45
6:25 9:00 pjn.
WASHINGTON (UPI The
Atomic Energy Commission today
announced plans to blast open
with nuclear explosions what may
De the lai-gest untapped ou re'
serve in the world.
The first shot, part of the- AEC's
Plowshare program to demon
straU Deaceful uses of atomic it
plosives, is expected some time. In
the fiscal year starting July l.A
tentative site hit been picked, in
The commission outlined the
project in its 25th, semiannual re
Dort to Coneres The report dis
closed no spectacular advances in
civilian atomic power and ; ei
tioned weapons only briefly.
The AJEC ha scheduled no
weapons tests for' the new fiscal
year. It does, however, expect to
conduct Plowshare experiments
starting not earlier than late sum
The commission said nuclear
explosions can break up huge
masses of oil-bearing shale so
that the oil can be recovered.. It
added that shale deposits in Colo Colorado,
rado, Colorado, Utah, and Wyoming "are
believed to e the largest un un-taiPDed
taiPDed un-taiPDed oil reserve in this conti
nent if not in the world."
The three-state reserve has been
estimated at 3.000 billion barrels.
The report said the ABC and
Bureau of Mines have reached
"an inter agency cooperative
agrement in connection with the
shale project and that the. oil in industry
dustry industry willlbe invited t partial
pite. :f. '-
Tentative plans are to use a nu nuclear
clear nuclear device equal to 10,000 tons
of TNT. It ould be fired at the
end of a 1,450-foot tunnel 900 feet
deep in a mesa situated in the
Maghogany Zone of. the Piceance
Creek Basin in Garfield County,
ColO. vt ''. t f'Y ..,:. 'i
The project would cost about
$1,500,000, not counting the explo explosive.
sive. explosive. The AEC has $7,500,000 in
its new budget for Plowshare.
Another oil recovery project has
been proposed for the Athabsska
tar sands of northeast Alberta.
Texas State Teachers College. She
also attended the University of
Texas and New York University.
She was employed in 1940 as a
teacher in Balboa High School and
service, was employed as a student
personnel assistant in the Person Personnel
nel Personnel Bureau, She later held the po position
sition position of Personnel Assistant and
assistant to the Personnel Direc Director.
tor. Director. In 1955, Mrs. Driscoll was
transferred' to the Division of
Schools as a high school teacher
After ..her retirement, JMH OU OU-coll
coll OU-coll will remain in thVCanaL Zone.
Her husband, Herbert S. Driscoll,
is an employe of the Marine Bu Bureau.
Mrs. Hackett, the other women
on the retirement list this month,
was born in Ancon. She worked
briefly in 1937 as a playground
attendant and in 1942 was an inter interpreter
preter interpreter in the Executive Office. She
has been employed as a clerk in
the Personnel Bureau; since 1950.
Mrs. Hackett plans to remain on
the Isthmus after her retirement.
Harris is a, native of Galien, Mi Michigan.
chigan. Michigan. He served with the U. S.
Navy during World War I and was
employed by the Canal organiza organization
tion organization in 1940 as a ( wireman the
Electrical v Division. He has been
an electrical machinist in-the ar armature
mature armature shop of the Balboa Field
Office of the Electrical Division
He and Mrs. Harris plan to leave
the Isthmus in March and will
make their home in St. Petersburg
Schneider was born in Austna
and is a naturalized citizen of the
United States. He served with the
U. S. Army during World War I
and came to the Isthmus in 1937
while completing another tour of
duty with the U. S. Army.
He joined the Canal organiza
tion in 1940 as a foreman in the
Maintenance Division. He was
transferred to th former Mecha Mechanical
nical Mechanical Division as a machinist in
1944 and hat been in that capa
city with: the -Industrial Division
in Cristobal since 1950.
He and Mrs. Schneider plan to
make their home' in Panama af after
ter after his retirement..
C I, v' .
The Richfield Oil Co. of Los An
geles: and representatives- of the
Canadian and U. S. atomic com
missions have discussed inform 4l
ly the feasibility of a 2,000 ton
test shot ir the spring of 1960.
The AEC s semiannual report
said atomic industry "continued
gradual growth in 1958." Private
industry, it said, spent about 70 70-million
million 70-million dollars of) its own money
on power reactors compared to
40-Tnillion dollars the year before
Total federal and private spending
on power and propulsion reactors
was- aDout. wo-miiuon dollars, up
-Nuclear fuel and explosives pro
duction "met or exceeded" coals
Weapons proof -tests in the Pacific
last year are going into the stock-
pile. Although no. new tests, were
scheduled, "emphasis continued
on research- and development...to
improve and increase the U. S
arsenal of nuclear weaipons."
Spec A flightless forerunner
of nuclear spacecraft is almost
ready for tests in Nevada. "En "Encouraging
couraging "Encouraging results" were obtained
in research on an atomic Ramiet
"with essentially unlimited ranee"
within the atmosphere. A tiny nu nuclear
clear nuclear generator is being developed
witn 20 times the nower of the
five-watt budget recently demon
strated at the. Whie House. Two
pther types oJ auxiliary power
plant for space vehicles are near-
inK .nie iest stage. -.
Nuclear Navy Conaress auth
orized 12 new atom-powered nav
al craft, bringing total authoriza
tions to 36 three surface shins
ma. 33 submarines.
Atomic Plane'Many imoort
ant milestones",, umm-a n.nn1
.turoojet engines in parallel from
. J 1 " UjfV. U L. u 1 V
a common nuclear heat source
and 47 flights aboard a conven
tionally-powered plane of a 1-mil-lion-watt
reactor designed to test
crew shielding. (By the end of
fiscal 1960 the Defense depart
ment and AEC will have spent
nearly 1-billion dollars on this
Project without actually building
Atomie Plant The nation's In
vestment inn a 1 0 m i c facilities
reached $7,240,000,000 on Dec. 31
Go To Heroes
PITTSBURGH, Jan. 31 (UPI)
Two Maine residents & 70-year-old
woman and an 11 -year-old
boy who risked their lives to
save others from drowning were
among .19 persons honored yester yesterday
day yesterday b,y the.Carnegie ,Hero Fund
The awards made-at the 55th
annual meeting of the commission
showed age was no barrier in
heroism. Three teenrage girls were
citeo tor spectacular rescues.
Bronze medals were awarded in
The, awards made ,at the 55th
annual jneetngv-of,. the commission
snpweu age was ..no barrier in
heroism. Three teen-age girls were
cited for spectacular rescues.
Bronze medals were awarded in
Five of the heroes, gave their
lives, in rescue. Five 'pensions of
J4.800 a year each, were -granted.
Awards totaling $5,500 were mad
in 14 cases for educational and
other worthy purposes. In such
instances, payments will be made
only unon approval of the benefi beneficiaries'
ciaries' beneficiaries' nlans by the commission.
Mrs. Florence Weaver,. 70, prov proved
ed proved the significance of the name of
her home town Friendship Maine
when she disregarded her heart
ailment to save the life of a woman
nine years her Junior.
Norman E. Mattson, 11, Week
Mills, Maine, saved 4-year-old
Norman J. Moulton Jr. from
drowning at China, Maine, April
27, 1958. The younger boy fell
through rotted boards around an
abandoned well and dropped into
20 feet of water.
The awards are made from a
5-million dollar trust fund estab established
lished established by the late Andrew W.
Carnegie, Pittsburgh steel mag magnate.
nate. magnate. The commission reviews re reports
ports reports of heroism in the United
Statea and Canada three times a
Anvnne For Toost
V Coffee' Don't
Dress, Of Course
FORT WORTH, Tex. (UPI)
Mrs. Jessie Hicks told the judge
yesterday she didriH mind when
her 76 year old husband didn't
dress for dinner, but it was too
much when h came for his toast
and coffee each morning in the
She won a divorce.
The person who'a willing read readmit
mit readmit ha't oil wrong.) usually oil
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Of Varied Age
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USARCARIB SCHOOL Students from Latin American republics enrolled at the U.S. Army Caribbean School Tdrt Oulick re--ceive
instruction in many phases of modern army operation. Here students in the automotive course are familiarized wito'oreu
eration of a .2-ton truck. f (U' Army Photo)
The USARCARlB sclfool will ce
lebrate its tenth anniversary with
an Organization Day review to be
held today on the Fort Golick
parade field with assembly at 9:30
a.m. and adjutant s call at 10 a.m.
Mai. Gen. Charles L. Dasher,
commanding general, U.S. Airmy
Caribbean, will be the reviewing
officer and will greet the staff.
spectators and official visitors.Col.
Cecil Himes, sch 1 commandant,
will be the local commander, rne
oficial visitors include the Gov Governor
ernor Governor of Colon, Jose Maria Gonza'
lez: Col. Ralph A. Jones: Lt. Col,
Wendell. P. Knowles; Lt. Qal.,Ro-
ber H. Evans; Lt. Col. Betaflces-
Ramirez: Lt. Col. Arthur G. May;
Mai. Pastor Ramos, chief of the
National Guard in Colon, and La
tin American colonels currently
studying at the school.
The commander at troops win
be Lt. Col. Philip M. Judson with
the following staf: Maj. Fired Vi
gil, Maj. A.n.old M. Freeoman,
Maj. Guillermo Rodriguez Lie Lie-vano
vano Lie-vano and Capt. Lucien E. Lebel,
For 61 Mortgages
May Be Increased
WARhTNGTDN fUFl), l"e
House Veterans Aftairs commu commu-tee
tee commu-tee voted today to permit, the ad administration
ministration administration to raise the interest
rates to 5Vfe per cent on new. Gl
The present maximum interest
rate if 4 per cent. The commit committee
tee committee action was a surprise victory
for President Eisenhower, who
had urged in his budget message
that the interest rate De raiseu.
Sales of housing under the GI
program have slowed to a virtual
standstill in recent months be because
cause because lenders have refused to
make loans under the present,
maximum interest rate.
Manv Democrats have blanred
the administration for this, charg
ing that its so-called "tight mon money"
ey" money" policy has forced up .interest
rates tod high.
After writing in an amenameiu
nermit the increase in the
maximum interest rate, the com
mittee then gave final approval
tr, a hill whirh rnntflinpd a direCt-
lending provision sharply opposed
by the President.
The measure would authorize an
extra 300 million dollars in direct
VA loans to veterans in rural
areas and towns where private
loans are not readily avauaoie.
Backers said there was a waiting
list of about 40,000 applications.
Just How Much
Can A Thief
I moose On One?
LAUREL. Miss. (UPI) Police
today were looking for a thief
Broke Into the garage at the
home of a school superintendent.'
Stole a tractor stored in the ga garage.
rage. garage. Drove the vehicle to the school
and broke in.
Removed the school's safe.
Hauled the safe back to the ga garage
rage garage on the tractor.
Used the principal's acetylene
torch, also stored in the garage,
to open the safe.
Departed with $300.
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School 01 bserves Anniversary
LEARNING BY DOING-Actual practice, as well as theoretical,
studies', is -an important phase of instruction at the U.S. Army
Caribbean School,, Fort Gulick. There Latin American students
are learning techniques of assembling, a .30 caliber air cooled
light machine gun. v- ; (U.S. Army Photo)
adjutant. 'vj- 'y 1
The 79th Army band under the
direction of CWO Ernest W. Hock
will begin the parade followed by
the U. S. battalion units; Head Headquarters
quarters Headquarters and Headquarters Com
pany, USARCARIB School; U. 5.
colors; D Company,, 1st Battle
Group, 20th Infantry and 'a compo composite
site composite battery, 4th Gun Battalion,
517th Artillery. The U, S. battalion
commander is Lt. .Col. Richard I.
Paul. His stafff consists, of Capt.
Adolph E. Baumann, Capt. Miguel
A. Fernandez and Capt.. Howard
C. Hyatt. Luis Bacigalupa-Anteza-
na, Latin American battalion com
mander from Bolivia and his
staff; Oaipt. Elio Hoyle Coronel
of Perc; Capt. Oscar Peran-Alva-
rez of Ecuador, and Lt Ulvsses
Zarrillo-Ramiirez of Nicaragua, be
2:30 P. M.
7:30 P.M. week!
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hind them will be- the colors and"
complements ot Bolivia, Brazil,
uiue, uoiombia, oosta Kca, is is-cuador,
cuador, is-cuador, El Salvador, Guatemala,
Haiti, Honduras, Mexico, .Nicara
gua, Panama, Paraguay, Peru,
Uruguay and Venezuela. :u
Organization Day, one of. the,
most colorful military events pre presented
sented presented on the Isthmus, 1 dis display
play display of American solidarityand he hemispheric
mispheric hemispheric defense. The1 ceremony
was first held at the USARCARIB
Sehool in 1949 and has been ob observed
served observed every year since. The
school, before 1948, was only for
U.S. students and later was con converted
verted converted to handle Latin American
officers, cadets and enlisted men.
The only U.S.' troops attending
were Puerto : Rican. In the 1949
celebration there were ,256 Latin
RELEASE THIS YEAR! :
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At -5 uliclc
American and 1635 U.S.- troopa -from
Puerto Rico., Courses up to
and including command and staffs staffs-infantry,
infantry, staffs-infantry, artillery, engineer, airma
ment and automotive, Signal, Mi
litafy Police and even cooking and
baking wert offeredr m. -t
So far the school hos graduated
7922 Latin Americana and 8030 U
nited : State citiaena from, Puerto
Rico. Courses vary Jtront year to"
year as modtera progress advances i
and ali the courses necessary in ;
the operaltion of a modem anmy
are still- taught.
Many who were once studenta
TheU. S. Army Caribben School
not only trains military men from
all Latin American countries, -but
it also makes a positive contribu.-'
tion towardr inter American
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