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

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PANAMA, R. P, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 14, 1959
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; WAVANA, FebJ 14 (UPI)

revolutionary leader who spearheaded the. tight to over

throw former dictator Fulgencio- featista, wa named pre

mier last night in what was viewed as a fir$ttep toward
the presidency, j
Outgoing Premier Jose Miro Cardona ended a long long-smouldering
smouldering long-smouldering personal feid within the provisional govern

ment when i he announced to

cabinet (had resigned And that he had recommended Cas Castro
tro Castro be named Premier. .:

"Government sources said the
change indicated no major split in
revolutionary-ranks and that Cas Castro
tro Castro would reappoint virtually all
of the 18 cabinet ministers when
he takes office Monday. They said
the dnly possible exceptions were
the ministers' of health, commerce,
communications and economics.
Several ministers hailed- the
change in premiers as "a revolu revolutionary
tionary revolutionary .step lorward."
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Foreign observers, noting 1 this
week's change in the-' provisional
constitution lowering the age re requirement
quirement requirement for President from 35
to 30 years, said Castro's appoint appointment
ment appointment could herald his eventual
elevation to the presidency.
Castro now is commander in
chief of the armed forces nd it
was not known -whether he would
retain the post and serve in a dual
capacity or turn the provisional
army over to a subordinate.
- Meanwhile, the. absence of any
immediate reaction from Ciudad
Trujillo W th revolutionary gov government's
ernment's government's diplomatic efforts te
extradite ousted dictator Fulgenv,
cie Batista from the Dominican
Acciicy Exctuliyo, ,.
Dbs AMIis lloiri
CHARLES (RED) SMITH
'i Funeral services will be held on
Monday at 10 a.nu at the Sanc Sanc-tuario
tuario Sanc-tuario National lef Corazon de
Maria' in Campo Alegre for
Charles E. (Red) Smith, a pron-
.4nonf t-.rnWl MneV-executive
' Mr. Smith died last night at his
tinm in. Panama v City after a
lontf illness. His an was 51.
. He was the 'manager of Per Person's
son's Person's Travel Bureau, the pioneer
Isthmian travel agency establish-
pa ov; nil n wiiaer-in-utw i miuw
Persons.' f z
'Mr. Smith was torn in Goldsbo
ro, NjC, on March," 2, 1907 to
Herman C. ""and Estelle Tomltn Tomltn-son
son Tomltn-son Smith. ,'',''
' He attended the University of
.North Carolina and was graduat graduated
ed graduated with the class of 1927. In col college
lege college he won. phi Beta Kappa hon honors.
ors. honors. ": i'. "' j
. Mr. Smith came to Panama in
1930 as an employe of the Brit-
ish American Tobacco Company.
' In January 1932,- he was t mar mar-tied
tied mar-tied to Miss Shirley Persons, the
daughter of Charles L. and Mil Mil-drml
drml Mil-drml C. Person. w
? Mr. Smith is survived by his
"wife and by their daughter Mrs.
"Edward F. O'Connor ana r son
ftriip T., Smith. H

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Cupid's Sharpshooting

WASHINGTON (UPI) -This i
v is: the day they honor cupit-and
recall that the little guy has even
i invaded the staid .White House on
" occasions, v
' The Executive Mansion has had
several -weddings, two proposals
and only one bachelor president
boa record which speaks pretty
well for cupid's federal activit.es.
r? Woodrow Wilson proposed to
Mrs.- Edith Gait on the White
House1 porch. Grover Cleveland
courted his wife at 1600 Pennsyl Pennsylvania
vania Pennsylvania Avenue and held the wed wedding
ding wedding cerenjony there. The frst
family later had baby the first
Infant bora in the White House.
i Cleveland invited only members
Of the cabinet and the immed iate
families to the wedding itself. He
wrote the invitations himself:

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Fide! Castro, 32-year-old
newsmen that he and his
Republic led te some belief
unofficial sources that the
in
ef-
forts might succeed.
' Dr. Mario Riva, new Cuban
charge d'affaires in the Dominican
Republic, flew to Ciudad Trujillo
and reliable sources said his first
task would be to push Cuba's re request
quest request that Batista be taken into
preventive .custody .pending his
eventual extradition. Vt;;
Another 17 Batista "war crimi criminals"
nals" criminals" were condemned to death
yesterday by revolutionary courts
in various parts of Cuba. They in included
cluded included former" Brig. ''Gen, Julio
Sanchez Gomez and five other
former army men ranging in rank
from captain to private.. The six
were convicted of murdering sev several
eral several revolutionary youths in the'
Havana suburb of Cotorro.
Prince Rainier III
Thanks Subjects
For Loyal Stand
MONTE CARfio, Monaco, Feb.
thanked his loyal' sublect toflay
for sticking tot him through two
weeks at Monro's political crisis.
It wasn't hard, Unless you knew
the inside story, the sun-drenched
principality looked exactly the
same as it did before Rainier
fired his 18 man Parliament two
weeks ago.
- But despite the apparent lack of
interest m the crisis, Rainier
thanked his subjects today for
taking his side. Their support he
said in- a brief statement, 4bears
new witness to the affection which
reinforces me in working for the
well-being and good of the whole
principality.'
Rainier's statement was appar apparently
ently apparently in reply to messages of sup support
port support which nave been pouring in into
to into his palace since the crisis broke.
The popular prince and his American-born
Princess Grace appear
to have the backing of most ot the
22,000 inhabitants of the principal principality
ity principality in their feud with the legislat legislators.
ors. legislators. RAF Plane Sent
To Invesliqale
Unverified Object
HALIFAX, Nova Scotia (UPT)
A Royal Canadian Air Force
plane was sent today to investi investigate
gate investigate the sighting of an unidenti
fied object 250 miles east of the!
last known position of the missing
Icelandic, fishing ship Juli and its
crew of 31. i
The Swedish ship Nebraska re reported
ported reported the sighting to search and.
rescue headquarters here.
Search off rials said it was un unlikely
likely unlikely the .Tuli could have drifted
that far from its last reported
course.
The ship disappeared Sunday
during a storm that apparently
sank another ice burdened traw trawler,
ler, trawler, the 300 ton Blue Wave of
Newfoundland, which carried 17
men. Searchers v ere concentrat concentrating
ing concentrating on the Juli after officially cal calling
ling calling off the search for the Blue
Wave. 1
"Dear so-and-so: l am to be
mairr.ed on Wednesday evening at
seven o'clock at the White House
to Mrs. Folsom. It will be a very
quiet affair and I will be ex extremely
tremely extremely grateful for your attend attendance
ance attendance on the occasion. Yours sin sincerely,
cerely, sincerely, Grover Cleveland."
Several president ial nieces and
daughters have been married at
the White house, but the most
touching and sentimental stories
belong to the presidents them
selves. '
There was the romance be
tween Andrew Jackson and his
wife, for example. She died just
before h fl first inauguration and
he was never the same man. after
that, ynlike other widowed presi presidents,
dents, presidents, he never Remarried. :
The love story of Andrew "and

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Wilburn Ei Grant, 'deputy commander;- 2nd Airborne Battle Or oup.i 501st Infantry 82nd Airborne Division, on his 'arrival at
Fort Kobbe. The troopers,-an advance party from the 82nd, are making final arrangements for the billeting of men due to
arrive next week in connection with Exercise Banyan Tree. Pictured left to right are: Jones; MaJ. Owen R. GrOgan, battle
group S-3; 2nd Lt. Charles A Byrd; Grant; 1st Lt. Charles A. Beite and 1st Lt. Richard J. Keating, all of whoni are with the
82nd Airborne;. Division. (tfJL Army Photo)

5000 Rocket-Bearing Troops, 140 Planes Start
Banyan Tree Airlift Tomorrow, Drop Thursday
WASHINGTON, Feb 14 (UPI) Five thousand troops equipped with rockets and 140 aircraft are -expected to start tpmor-
row on a Panama, Canal training exercise to test the U.S. ability to strike back at an attack overseas, according to the Defense ;
Department, v s-
1 The operation is to run from Feb. 15 to 28 and b .called "Banyan Tree
It is expected to mark the first time that a battle 'group has been airlifted from the United States and parachuted
against an "enemy" overseas. t
The war games will concentrate on combatting an aggressor who has launched a surprise attack near Rio Hato, Panama,
Intent on seizing the Panama CanaL
Elements of the Strategic Army Corps and Tactical: Air Command strike force from the United States will be included -in
the operation.
In addition to troop transports, the air strike will consist of F-100 fighters, B-57 bombers and KB-50 flying tankers from

the 9th Air Force.
When the 2nd Airborne Battle
Group, 501st Infantry jumps into
action during Exercise Banyan
Tree at Rio Hato next Thursday,
it will be returning for the first
time to its jumping off point in
World War II. The original 501st
trained here 18 years ago.
The erouo. with its attacnea
units, makes up Combat Team 2-
501. It will be nown airect rrom
the U.S. to drop into an assault a-
gainst Aggressor forces.
Some equipment of the team al also
so also will be airlanded at Rio Hato.
This is expected to include an air airborne
borne airborne version of the Honest John
rocket launcher 'known as uie
"Chopper John." The Strategic Ar Army
my Army Corps (STRAC) outfit is from
the 82nd Airborne Division at Fort
Bragg, N.C.
In addition to the 2nd Airborne
Battle Group, the combat team is
expected to include B Battery,
319th Artillery; an Honest John fir firing
ing firing section of B Battery, 377th Ar-.
tillery; a platoon of B Company,;
307th Engineer Battalion; a com combat
bat combat support platoon from B Com-1

At White House Recalled

Eliza Johnson was never dupli duplicated,
cated, duplicated, even in fiction. She was a
quiet school teacher who taught
Johnson how to read and wrte.
Then there was the somewhat
more lusty May-end December
romance between President John
Tyler, 54, and Miss Julia Gardi Gardiner,
ner, Gardiner, 19. ,f
Tyler was the only chief execu
tive who deliberately used the
prestige and power of his office
as a couirteh p weapon.-He sent
the United States Marine Band
all the way from Washington to
New York to serenade Mis
Gardiner. They vera married and
had seven children.
Historians claim the most beau beautiful
tiful beautiful woman ever to live in the
White House was not a first lady.
The honor goes to Miss Harriet

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A. Jones,' Jr,,teft, tornmamJln

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pany, 782nd Maintenance Battal
ion; a Military Ponce squad; an
ambulance and utter bearer sec
tion from the 82nd Medical Com
pany; and a packing section of the
82nd Parachute Supply and Main
tenance Company. .,.
A 64-man group of troopers from
the airborne team recently tested
ability to withstand tension and
fatigue during long flights before
combat jumps. , v-.
The test included a 7, 12-hour
trip designed to duplicate the
team's forthcoming air move- to
Panama.
The test flight began just after
midnight on Jan. 14 and continued
until 7:30 a.m. the next day. At the
end of the trip, the combat-equipped
troopers parachuted onto Nor Normandy
mandy Normandy Drop Zone, on Fort Bragg.
The group included representa
tives of each company in the 501st,
Which, beefed up to combat team
strength, will move to Panama for
the exercise.
The exercise will' alto mark
the second time in as many years
that the 82nd Airborne Division
Lane, niece of bachelor President
James Buchanan. Harriet was
said to hav a stunning figure,
with violet eyes and auburn hair.
As for the first ladies them themselves,
selves, themselves, probably the most colorful
as well as attractive was Dolly
Madison. Dolly inspired the story
involving Heury Clay, at the time
a young congressman who paid a
courtesy call, on the Madisona.
Dolly opened the door herself
Clay,' who thought she was a
servant, planted a firm kiss on
her hps and pressed a coin in her
hand. Just at that' point. Presi President
dent President Madison hove on the scene.
Clay was quick on the draw.
. 'M'y pardon, mtdame," he
murmured., "If I had known you
were Mrs. Madison, the coin
would have been larger."! 'f

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r officer of the-.'lst 3attle-Group,

has sent a unit to Panama area
for training. Men of Hit 325th In Infantry
fantry Infantry participated in Exercise -Rio
Selva and Carib-Ex here in
1957.
In command of the combat team
will be Col. Royal R. Taylor, who
recently became commanding offi officer
cer officer of the 2nd Airborne Battle
Group, 501st Infantry less than 18
years after making his first par parachute
achute parachute jump as an enlisted man
with the 501st Parachute Battabon.
In 1941 at Fort Bennlng, Ga.,
Taylor received airborne training
with the 501st. Shortly before the
unit moved to the Canal Zone dur during
ing during early World War II he was
transferred to the 503rd Parachute
Infantry Regiment.
The first parachute unit acti activated
vated activated after the origlanl "test
platoon," the 501 it Battalion
trained for jungle warfare in the
Canal Zone. Members of the bat battalion
talion battalion were later used as cadre -for"
units scheduled for action in
the Pacific.
In 1941 the 501st moved from
Fort Benning, Ga., its point of ac
'Old Man OntarV
Popular Canadian
Politician, D'es
TORONTO, Feb. 14-(UPI)-Col.
Thomas Laird Kennedy,
known to thousands as "Old Man
Ontario," and one of the most pop popular
ular popular figures in, provincial political
history, died at his home in sub suburban
urban suburban Dixie last night t
Kennedy, who was 80 last Aug.
15, served for more than 50 years
on provincial and municipal gov-
AvntMAitra let nltirlitiff el stint sta
Lprovincial Premier. He was an ac
tive political observer and Progressive-Conservative
udtll the
time of his death, 1

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20th Infantry, greets Lt. Col.
20th Infantry, greets Lt
tivation, to the Canal Zone area.
The ..major, part of the battalion
was assigned to another unit in
1942, and the segment of the ori original
ginal original battalion which remained
in, Panama liter returned to Fort
penning 10 De duui up to regi
mental size as the 501st Parachute
Infantry Regiment.
The 501st Parachute Infantry
Regiment served with distinction
in Europe, attached to the 101st
Airborne Division. The 50lst jump jumped
ed jumped into Normandy and in Holland
and helped defeat the Germans at
the Battle of the Bulge.
A modern descendant of that
battalion, is the 2nd Airborne Bat
tle Group, 501st Infantm
Admiral Larraiabal
Arrives Here Today;
Enroule To Chile
Venezuelan Admiral Wolfgang
Larrazabal was scheduled to ar arrive
rive arrive here this afternoon aboard
the Venezuelan frigate Almirante
Clemente.
The frigate, which arrived at
Cristobal at 6 a.m. today, will
transit the Canal and dock at Rod Rodman,
man, Rodman, but Larrazabal will disem disembark
bark disembark at Pedro Miguel around 4
p.m.
In the receiving party will be
Rear Adm. George Wales, com commandant
mandant commandant of the 15th Naval Dis District,
trict, District, Canal Zone officials, actnig
Panama Foreign Minister Mariano
Oteizay and the Venezuelan Am Ambassador
bassador Ambassador to Panama among others.
A reception will be held in his
honor at the Venezuelan Embassy
at 6 n.m. The embassy was await
ing Larrazabal's arrival to deter
mine how long he would stop over
on the Isthmhs.
- Larrazabal is on his way to
nun. .LA.. u ...ill u 4U 7nn
ntuelan ambassador.

Tree Cells'
Found In Fluid;
Leave Extended

WASHINGTON Feb. 14 (UPI) Secretary of
State John Foster Dulles has cancer, it was announced
today.
President Eisenhower reported that doctors have found
"existence" of malignancy not fully determined at thii
time as to its extent but certain to require further treat treatment."
ment." treatment." K
The President, in a statement after visitina Dulles for

35 minutes at Walter Reed
to allow time for treatment
leave of absence."

"I will of course be in close touch with him constant constantly,"
ly," constantly," Eisenhower said.

Press officer Lincoln White of
the Slate Department in a separ separate
ate separate statement said that fluid tak taken
en taken out of Dulles : invyesterday's
hernia operation "contained free
cancer cells."
He also said that "a small no nodular
dular nodular implant on the hernia sac"
which was removed along with
the "excess sac during the course
Of the operation' had Droved uu-

,.4n analysis, "to-be-sn. adeno-cr-
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Guinea Signs Pad
With Soviets
For Trade Exchange
LONDON, Feb. 14-(UPI)-GuI-nea
and Soviet Russia have signed
a trade agreement, Moscow Radio
said today.
A Russian language broadcast
monitored here said Russia and
the new African Republic, the on only
ly only French territory to chbose inde
pendence in last autumn's refer
endum, was signed yesterday.
"The agreement provides for the
development and strengthening of
trade relations between the two
countries on the basis of equality
and mutual advantage," the broad-
cas said.
No details of the amounts cover
ed in the agreement were men
tioned.
The two nations will grant each
other most-favored-nation facili facilities.
ties. facilities. Russia will send Guinea equip
ment, agricultural m a c h inery.
sheet metal, oil products, sawn
timber and other goods. Guinea
will export coffee, bananas, pine
apples and other traditional ex
ports, the broadcast said.
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Iranian Initiative
In lion-aggression
Pad Denied
TEHRAN, Iran (UPI) Author Authoritative
itative Authoritative sources denied today that
Iran took the initiative' in recent
discussions of a Soviet Iranian
non-aggression pact. L
The denial was prompted by a
formal Soviet statement yesterday
which said Iran at first request requested
ed requested confidential negotiations and
then broke them off under Amer
ican pressure.
The Iranian sources said the
Russians initiated the talks, ap
parently hoping to "stampede"
Iran into an agreement at a criti
cal time in negotiations for an
Iranian-Amrican military agree
ment.
The Iranian cabinet met today
despite the fact that it was a hoi
iday. The Soviet statement- was
believed to be the principal topic
of discussion.
One official said the statement
was part of a policy of "intimMa
tton" which he said could not sue
ceed in Iran.
The Foreign Ministry announced
ttiat the talks with a special Soviet
mission had collapsed because of
Russian refusal to accept any of
Iran's proposal...
The Soviet statement said that
Iran, in breaking off the talks,
showed that -Shah Mohammed
Reza Pahlevi ie "pursuing a hypo hypocritical
critical hypocritical and insincere policy" to toward
ward toward Russia which "'cannot fail
to lead -to hard consequence.

Hospital, said that in order
"the secretary continues on
White said that "no further sur surgery"
gery" surgery" on Dulles Is contemplated
in the immediate future." i
He said "radiation therapy 'will
be used." ;
The President m his statement
said that when he was with Dol
les this morning "I exnress-
ed the thoughts and prayers of all
of us that the results of his oper
ation ana me rurtner course iof
treatment noli be successful.
', Un tfipstdjwtt Mv1 tbatntfa
as wcietm'a,.-"iramediat' re-'
sponse to the hernia operation'
was concerned, the "doctors '"in '"indicated
dicated '"indicated to me" that 'It has bees
very satisfactory."
Eisenhower disclosed that Dul Dulles
les Dulles knows he has cancer..
This was Dulles' second at attack
tack attack of cancer. On Nov. 3, 15f -he
underwent surgery for: re re-moval
moval re-moval of a cancerous portion ef
his intestine. ' '!
Dulles was reported by Whits
to have "spent a very comforts
We night." ;
White said the secretary "is is
good spirits," with a blood pres pressure
sure pressure of 125 over 70. His tempera temperature,
ture, temperature, White said "has been nor
mal since the operation. His puis
is 70."
White said that existence ol
"free cancer cells" in the fluid
was determined by "cytologicar"
analysis.
The announcements came aftet
President Eisenhower drove to ttts
hospital and spent 35 minute
with Dulles.
Britain Invites
Cypriol Leader
To Visit London
LONDON (UPI) Britain last
night invited Greek Ortlioiju
Archoishop Makarios, exiled lead
er of the Greek Cypriols, tu cams
to London and join formal nego
tUri'Mis for an independent Cy Cyprus.
prus. Cyprus. A Foreign Office epokesmas
said a similar invitation alse
would, go to Dr Fazil KUtcmik,
leader of the Turkish Cypriote.
Makarios is in Athens and Kutch Kutch-uk
uk Kutch-uk in Ankara.
V
Greek Foreign Minister Evan Evan-gelos
gelos Evan-gelos Averoff and Turkish For Foreign
eign Foreign Minister Fatim Zorlu te'd
reporters it had been decided ie
expand the preliminary talks
they have been having here into
formal conference with all parties
concernea They said it wouW
start Tuesday.
.-, :
They met with Foreign Secre Secretary
tary Secretary Selwyn Lloyd for three noun
yesterday and were expected ta
meet with him again Monday i Sir
Hugh Foot, British governor cen central
tral central of Cyprus, also joined the
conference. J- v
Moscow Radio, in its first re reaction
action reaction to the preliminary settls settls-ment
ment settls-ment of the Cyprus dispute, ac accused
cused accused the Greek, British -and
Turkish governments of making a
"deal behind the backs ef the
Cypriote." r
, "The rights and interests of the
inhabitants were not considered
as much as the military interests
of the colonial forces," -the broad broadcast
cast broadcast said.
The British cabinet met tor the
third time in 23 hours te a
resistance measures' against an)
Greek-Turkish attempt to strif
Britain of its important militarj
bases on Cyprus. V 1
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5rjf0 tonrrfbuta a letter don't be Impatient If It doein't appear the
tfial Mav. Lsttart are puhUihed in the order received.
MfcWPlsets rr to keep the lettert limited to one leneth.
Identity o letter writer is held in rtrirtesr eWHenee
J'tWi nswssaptr liiunm no reponibllirv Ut itntementii or opinions
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pHE MAIL BOX
. ; CANAL ZONE TRAFFIC
With al) these new games on the market these days the Zone is
missing out on a fortune. They should devise one called Take A
Chance Driving or "Guess Which Sign To Observe.
It takes real imagination and guess work to obey all these crazy
signals here Driving in Balboa, at the clubhouse one is required to
stop for ary pedestrian who choses to saunter across the street at
any given time unless a cop happens to be directing things. I have
seen traffic tied up for a couple of blocks because one person waited
a couple of minutes, instead of joining a group crossing to the com commissary.
missary. commissary. This seems ridiculous. They have a push button light at
the annex, which seems to work okay. Why not another one at the
clubhouse, when pedestrian crossing is always, heavier?
Even tnough drivers are obliged to stop for the people-crossing,
I'm never quite sure if it's safe to step off the curb and trust the on oncoming
coming oncoming car. Lots of these drivers have adopted the old Panamanian
bluffing game and it's strictly chance to see who wms.
At the YMCA intersection, the light changes sometimes, flashes
yellow sometimes and red at others. This system undoubtedly was
ut intc effect for efficiency, but it sure keeps you wondering what
" to do next The light at Diablo-Albrook is even worse. If you're lucky
enoiuh to mak the turn onto Gaillard Highway, you're almost sure
to miss the next green light. No wonder brakes have such a short
life expectancy Here. Not to mention people.
The U.S. government is forever conducting efficiency surveys.
Let's get them to send some down here and look over this weird traf traffic
fic traffic system. They couldn't do too much worse to confuse things.
Stymied

DEMAND
FOR SALESMEN
ON THE INCREASE!

t-i k.r wan tvio arnwinix nnnulation creates

new business and augments business already

established.

m oraer w iieiy una "n"-"" ; t u
velop, rnore salesmen are needed. But ttiese

must De ifooa salesmen.

j "upc all" He observes

rug EUUU SAICSiiinu w."U
closely what is going on and what is being done

on his zone, ne juu&i. ue y
directly related to his line of work He Is con-

stantly on tne -iook-oui ior new

laDllsnments anu uiuuamw - 7 u
eral changes and developments in already estab

lished nrms.
The good salesman should not just sell per personality.
sonality. personality. The good salesman sells products, the
good salesman checks Into the local advertise advertisements
ments advertisements having to do with his products and Us
competitors. In order to offer his clients the
advantages and ouality of the product he sells.
Good salesmen have It made. But his success
depends on his attitude toward his work! Each
day more salesmen are needed, but they must
start their career with enthusiasm. They must
appreciate the product they sell!
Everywhere in the world hundreds of indivl indivl-dcals
dcals indivl-dcals are being trained In the art of selling!
The majority of them submit themselves to a
training period. Thev learn thoroughly to un understand
derstand understand products, the policy of ithelr compa companies,
nies, companies, market research and sales procedure in
general. t
No matter how extensive and lomplete this
training might be, he will realize he is "on his
own," the moment he actually starts out into
his territory, and find out he still has much to
learn! Experience alone can teach him. His uc
cess depends on being able to realize that he is
not a "know all" and has a Ions; way to go in
the art of selling.
Good Salesmen better themselves.
Good salesmen form part of the .economical
growth and progress of his country.
Panama needs salesmen. Its progress and
growth demands it!

By VkliR Klk$kL
The leuheau is going out of Jim

ClUua s mt. 10 lllotltl's aitia Will
Mmu ma 1 iue suave sira.e'ii

nuti irom courtroom, to coiiege,

lruui oibiios 10 uunit prtaiuems,

lIOlll ailauoW-i dUUulVUuU.y o

ut:My maAing ceiiam uiat ms
cueui was uie one ui we u.ue u.ue-i
i u.ue-i giu, Lie reuuaired eouneuce U
uui Udnow sfuve oeadKi noua a
uuone is litUt xuown 10 Jie na na-auu.
auu. na-auu. tie is jbawn.u i.
aeoonair counselor to umoo anu

corpo.-aoui, gourmei auu taMi taMi-lou
lou taMi-lou piale, collector 01 ooscure art

ana gloualiy oeieoraiea man 01

puwei. re tney lauor ieers,
siatesinen or tycoons, "Edaie"

has mem as first name menus.

Seldom has Hoffa or the
Teamsters, ior tnai matter uten

withoui. aie redheaa iii uie bacn
grounu. Name any luoutm or

any twist in Hofla iorcuuet and

Eudie was a k. Anu oenu.e xioaa,
the redhead guided Dave Beck.
It was cneyiitz who "iuuau

Ed Williams, riotia t con ...

jouster. CheyliU became, his as associate
sociate associate and shared offices and
Teamster fees with7 the dasfl dasfl-ing
ing dasfl-ing biackhaired Williams in uie
Hill Building .n Wasmngion, D.C.
. That is over, too. or 01 iwar.
1 Edward Cheyfitz, lormo: lead leader
er leader oi the tool and dye workers ii
the old militant Clu, now coun

selor and one-man p'uouc and
industrial relau-ons lnsutuliou,

will move out. This theyiuz con confirmed
firmed confirmed bo me with a terse, "li'i

true. I'm quitting. 1 neea more

room."

10 Jimm e Hoffa, 4he "brain's"

quitting sounds like bad news

or an ul omen.
The same "brain" quit Dave

Beck jus 1 before the aeluge. At

that time Cheyfitz told insders
that Beck, whom he nad toured
through Europe and introduced to
prime ministers and presidents,

would not take advice.

When Beck backed Uhat he

could handle anything, Cheyfjiz,
who had climbed Mt. Vesuvius
with him on their Italian .Idyu,

quit. A real volcano, yes, a hu human
man human volcano, no. It is said that
CheyfiW can feel the ear.h rumbl rumbling
ing rumbling without a seismograph if
you'll permit me to mix my meta metaphors.
phors. metaphors. Cheyfitz, meanwhile, had be become
come become Holla's gold eagle guy. It
dd not lake all of Edtue's unit to
make Hoffa the Teams. ers' pro provisional
visional provisional president, 'i'nere were
enough houins for consultation
with at least 12 corporations in
the glass, steel, auto and maritime

flds. Now Cheyfitz says he

neVds Mtre space, no', time. And
those who see the Hoffa saga as
the most dramatic power strug struggle
gle struggle of all recent history wonder
why.
It is said that Cheyfitz thinks

Hoffa will be out-maneuvered,
and that the p-essure is moving
lava-like against the emoattled
Teamster chief from inside the
union as well as from the govern government.
ment. government. There are trend spotters who
believe they see Cheyfitz watch watching
ing watching a revolt inside the Teams Teamsters.
ters. Teamsters. Hoffa's men have been
beaien in recent elections in
enough cities to make a trend.
Early in December, many of his
boys lost m New York City and

Newark, N.J., locals.. They were
beaten in a Los Angeles poll for

union leadership.
They couldn't kee,p control of
a large Scranton, Pa., local whose
members shouted down Ho fa's
bovs' demands that some jaled

Teamster officials be kept on the
payroll. Hoffa flew to Cincinnati
to try and save an important local
presidency there. He was voted
down.
In ( Toronto, rank and -filers
fought h's emissaries on a vital
issue. Hoffa's man tried to take
over the local, but 450 members
revolted and told him to go to
hell. Though opposition cont'nues
to build up in S'. Louis and Pitts Pittsburgh
burgh Pittsburgh ana some New Yok and
New England cities.
All this has developed
and strengthened witlrn the past
60 days. Daily Hoffa's spot across
country to quiet the res lesu.
Edward Cheyfi'z may be quitt

ing the Teamsters as s rategist
and may be valking out on the
law firm which handles them
because he needs more space. Or
because his built-in political ?eis
mograph reports deep' rumblings

all over tne place ana ne just
doesn't like earthquakes.

Walter Winchell In New York

MAN ABOUT TC'VN

Movie star Margaret O'Brien's

fiance. Robert Allen, it taking in-

sturctions in her faith. ..All those

items, about Eva Gabor marry marrying
ing marrying Richard Brown are exagger exaggerated.
ated. exaggerated. He's separated, but not le

gally free. .June Havoc is nap

piest with H. Finsness, a 'Norwe 'Norwegian,
gian, 'Norwegian, who owns smart shops in
Bermuda and Jamaica. .Myrua
Loy's steadiest date at the V01-

son is a Dr. Hecker. . Disen Disenchanted
chanted Disenchanted off-stage. He does her
zipping up. .Scott Brady's in
town challenging Vic1 Damone ior
possession of lovely Gloria Cald

well .Lana Turner's ex, Lex

Barker, and Eda (Jieui of tne lta

lian violin clan make sweet mu

sic together. .Tom Pryor of the

N. Y. Times' H'wood Bureau can

be Variety's new H'wood Editor.
. .Wealthy "Baby" Pignatori's cur

rent flame is Gwen Velos, who

has ner own mint. .Arnold

Grant was quietly divorced in A

capulco last week. Mrs. Granl
got a huge settlement. His next
bride will be Audrey Meadows.

big date in Britain wag actrtoS

Jackie Lane. In Italy she was lus

cious Rossano Rory. The reports

from Paris are not in yet. .
George Chickaris, dancing star of
London's "West Side Story." is

smitten with Lady Juliette Inver Inverness
ness Inverness 23. .Adrienne Angel, red red-haired
haired red-haired beauty in "First Impres

sions. gets daily orchids from

Wilton Taylor, Wall Streeter. .
The tunes to Nat King Cole's

"Madrid" and "La P a 1 0 m a"
(from 'Carmen") are identical.

Just the words ahve been added.

. .Prima Ballerina Allegra Kent
may marry Bert Stern, the photo
grapher, in the Virgin Island?
this week. .Scenearists Ketli

and Kurt Frings mended their

marital mishmash. .Harry Tru-

min nvore. space than any
other President in m new
"World Almanac", . Three more
lines than Lincoln. .Peter Town
send has taken up Yogi. Hardly
a substitute for a Princess.

tin Gabei and Nancy Kelly.

Sinclair Robinson (whose alleg

ed jilting caused the sudden
death of Mrs. Betty Davis in her

bavoy-Hilton hotel suite) was con

soled by her kin over the l.d.
phone. . .The Diweht Hemions

(he's director of the Steve AllerH

show) are dividing. .Barbara
Hutton delayed her usual trip to
Mexico until assured that a dear
friend (Mr. Davidson?) passes a

crisis in a Chief go hospital. .
Vincent Astor's heirs cn get 17
million for the Hotel St. Regis
from Zeckendorf. .Adlai's son
Borden and Patricia Gunning pre prefer
fer prefer the privacy of Sr--vcroit
Ranch. .The creator of 'Den 'Dennis
nis 'Dennis the Menace" and his wife

reported, JUrting with the apart apart-ache.
ache. apart-ache. ;.A Hitchcock's crack i-

bout Grace Kelly: "I managed
to make her look sexy in "To
Catch A Thief.' I was rather

proud about that". .0, come on

now, Old Boy!

Hope Hamptons stone lions
(which guard the portals 0 f her

Park Avenue town house) were

thefted for the steenth time the
o'her ante mer'dian. . .Butler
Miles, the Grosses Pointeer, stop stopped
ped stopped dating an Ebony star be

cause his kin do not approve of
people "in show business. .For .Former
mer .Former ballerina Maria Gambarelli

is studying actressing at Actors'

atudio. .Two big business execs

tangled outside of El Morrocco 0
ver a beautiful society woman

The loser phoned her husband at
3 a.m. and demanded to know
why he allowed her to date "sucli
a crumb". .Candy Nelson is ill

at Beth Israel Hosp. .Lisa Kirk,
who started the Persian Room
season, is booked to close the.
swank spot for 3 weeks starting
May 25th. .Eileen Barton's se secret
cret secret beau is very rich but not
free. .The James RooseveKs
call their cat "Truman."

Virginia McManus, the ex-teach

er arrested again on charges, of
being a prost.tute, is really, very
unsmart. Talks too much, name name-drops.,
drops., name-drops., etc. . .Her 2nd arrest
proves she's one schoolmarm

who hasn t learned anything. .a
stripper with the same name is
so emLarrassed she changed it
to Ava Just. .The Beverly Blue
Room has caught on with celebs.
No show. Just pleasant. . The
"Redhead" troupe is the hardest
working cast on Broadway Gwen
Verdon, its star, makes it as Red Red-hot
hot Red-hot Hit. .Lord Tony Furness of
the Vanderbllt clan is fl ppThe his
monocle over Sandra Giles. .The
son of a U.N. dignitary is perso
na non erata at all Hilton hotels.

Plastered on wine he showed off

in the nude up and down halls

banging on bongo drums

dra Rockefeller and her date (in

the cast of "My Fair Lady") a
sotto -voce tryst at Dan Stamp Stamp-ler
ler Stamp-ler G'wich Village olace. ."The
Rivalry" at the Bijou is excep exceptionally
tionally exceptionally written by Abraham Lin

Douglas anu

Arlene Francis and Elaine

STritch are furious with fashion

1st Scassi. The girls came to

Brown's wearing the same "0"i

ginal' . .The Tommy Wonders

tnes me dancing ace) are melt melting.
ing. melting. .Jazz star Jack Teagarden,

still very ill, is on the mend.

General Omar Bradley and his
wife have been dwelling at the

Astor since June. Ex-GI bellboys
always salute him. .The King

01 Arabia s boy (Mohammed Fai Fai-sel)
sel) Fai-sel) flew here to propose to Long

Island deb Jean Marlin, but lost

nis nerve. He's back in his ha
rem. .Red Ambassador Menshi

kov's 17 year old daughter has a

Boston socialite daffy about, her

. .Hand-holders at Mourice's:

Actress Paula Hill and Tommy
Mara, son? star. Th larlr nf

San snow in N.Y. is holding up film

ing 01 -M'.aaie 01 tne Nignt."
Costing producers a fortune.

coin. Stephen A

Norman Corwim and beautifully

Hugh ("Wyatt Earp") O'Brian's played by Richard Boone, Mar-

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WASHINGTON, B et we en
teeth clenched on a soggy cigar,
Gen. Naihan Twining gave this
terse opinion of the rival bureau bureaucrats
crats bureaucrats claiming jurlsdicton over
outer space: "they're a bigger
threat than thj Russians."
This remark by the Chariman
of the 'Joint Chief a of Staff was
made in the prvacy of his own
office, not on Capitol HilL But the
squabbling over satellite-missile
authority, which prompted bis
comment, almost broke into the
open last week at a Senate space
hearing.
Space czars seem to be multi multiplying
plying multiplying inside the Pentagon like
rabbits, and ths mere Senators
learned about, them the mere
was in charge of satellites and
they became confused over whe
missiles. .Wearily, committee
counsel Edwin Weisl iried to un untangle
tangle untangle the chain of command.
Turning to Roy Johnson, Direc Director
tor Director o' Advvance Research, the
counsel demanded: "Do you make
technical decisions?"
"Yes, sir," replied Johnson, ad adding
ding adding with a sweep of his hand that
"the dec sions I make on the tech technical
nical technical level are overriding."
On the sidelines, a half dozen
rival apace ciara winced.
"Can you override General (Ber
nard) Schrir er, who Is in charje
of the balletic missiles program
for the Air. Fore?" asked Weisl,
frying to get down to cases.
"On space technology programs
that I ask General Schriever to do
for me, I am his bos?," proclaim proclaimed
ed proclaimed Research Director Johnson.
"And you can overrride the
chief of the Air Force?"' asked
Weisl, moy'og upward.
"It Is my program, yes, sir."
and the Advance Research Direc Director.
tor. Director.
"Suppose," suggested Weisl,
"the chief 6f th Air-Force gives
his subordinate. General Sehriev-

er. certa'it decisions on a -techni

cal matter Can you override

him?".

'1 control the money."' resorted

Johnson triumphantly, -"v.;

"Whn part oi the satellite pro program
gram program does he Air Force have?"
pressed eisl.
"The degree to wh'ch I decide
thev have," said Johnson.
"Are you the sole judge of

thn"

"Tha is right." acknowledge

Johnson. -

ANOTHER BOSS
Herhurt York, 'D'reetbr of De Defence
fence Defence Research, was, also pretot
He M'ted rest'essly in his seat.
"Wht part do you have Dr.
York?" the committee counsel
mi',ed. ; ;
yteiM4w,p' Ml rercn
and en gHnerin M the Depart Depart-men
men Depart-men of Defense wfll come in mv

,'fc ",Dr. Vork reioonded eiger

ly. "That includes th over-all su supervision
pervision supervision o' the ce prorram,
mi'lei prog-am arc so on."
".Tnst a mi"ute," protested
Weisl. "You will be a'be 'o over over-rHf
rHf over-rHf Mr. Johnson, won't von?"

"In prinoinip, on rfvjr'pii anrf
np'-ngprjn jtem. ye." declared

Y'"-''. ge'ii; n hi rMm.
"Tn n'he? words." oonrlerd
Weisl, "Mr. JnWon en overrid
'he head of the 'r nrce. nd
yo" "n overr'-'' Mr. .Toh"nn."
"Wait a minu," nrn,etd
Johnson. "I can override the sej
(o'ry, '00.'
"y-n r-n nvprr'-'e th" Swro't Swro't-rv
rv Swro't-rv of Pofee?" demanded
Wii-i krtiollv.
"On ths proa ram ht I
con'rol. .1 can evsrrlH any any-9,"
9," any-9," anreH JHrii. Then
h reeo,','rd W'l'

tion and baeit Hnwn: "lm
errv. not the Secretary of Defense."

-Turning back to Dr. York, the
Counsel dmnHH-

override-Mr. 'Johnson?"
;"i Uink so," claimed York;
- ANOTHER JOHNSON
tMirzled, broke in td -Jive his
".rl ch,nce to rebuttal,
anyth og?" Sentor Johnsoa aik
?Jgf teeter
"No sir," atouUy insisted the
other Johnson. k
The Senator said he wai remind remind-ed
ed remind-ed of the old story, "Who's on
first base?"
first base?" -,V
"Now I ant to ask you this
question," he declared. ''Who li
chief cook in the space agency?"
After' much hemming and
hewing, me rival research diree diree-tors
tors diree-tors decided that President El El-aenhewer
aenhewer El-aenhewer s heac ef tfce Netle.
nal Space Council was chief
ceok.
Note Gu:ded missiles boss Wil-
1i-awIJf!lada civilian space boss
Keith Olennan, and a host of other
satellite-missile chiefs also staked
their claims to a.thor't?. The sen senators
ators senators would sUlt like to know
"who's on first." j
MAILBAO
W. S.. Exeter, N.H.i-Sen. Narris
Cot on has a fine record for ethical
pnnnnM 11iAti,(k 1 .i .

v..uu.w. Auuu -H iujs auorney or
record for the Goldfine- Mills in
New Hampsh're, the Senator, so
far as I have been abl to discovr
nevr used his. influence on Gold Gold-fine's
fine's Gold-fine's behalf-1$ Washftigton. r.
James Geller, Beverly' Hills
It was in April 195eVthat- Adlal
Stevenson first proposed a ban on
nuclear bomb test'ng; On Sept. n,
1958, Eisenhower and- the National
Security Couuci' had decided to
nugo'iate with Moscow for an end
of H-bomb teats. Bu, shortly
therea'ter, Eisenhower's advisers
warned him that Stevenson had
made speeches in Apr! of that
year, and again early in Stem Stem-ber
ber Stem-ber of '5fl. proposing exctly,'the
same thing. On SepV 19f,Eien 19f,Eien-hower
hower 19f,Eien-hower reversed himself ( mde a
v i g or o us statement, a tucking
Stevenson's H-bomb proposal as a
'theatrical gesture.; ln: soeech
af .-er speech following th. Eisen Eisen-bower
bower Eisen-bower attacked, Stevenson's prooo prooo-sal
sal prooo-sal as political grandsjinding, On
Oct. 28 the- Prtsidenf formed imo
a National Security .Council meet meet-ing
ing meet-ing and angrily lectured them
bout leaks, He sa'd that his 'Sept.
11 declsiowivfegard'nittf Hlwm.
tests had become known, to, Dennis

outside the council, Two ; years
laer, on Aug. 22, 1958. Eisenhower
officialy announced the sunenlon
of nuclear weapons tests effective
Oct. 31.

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From 4:00 a.m. te 12:30 p.m.
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Shirley MacLaine's Life cover
was "an accident." The phofo
grapher fell in love with the
star's child and her amazing re resemblance
semblance resemblance to the mamma. .Cas .Castro's
tro's .Castro's girl-fighters inspire! a film
tagged: "Cuban Girl Rebels".
George Waller's book, "Kidnap"
(about the Lindbergh case), ar arrives
rives arrives shortly. Took, the author
years researching and writing it.
. .Hemingway ,reportedly is fed
up w.th the treatment H'wood
has been givng his epics. May
form his own outfit to film his
next novel. .The doorman at
'Suzie Wong" (Richard Reich)
reports that the Stage Door John
has practically disappeared. "On'
ly small-time stuff shows up". .
The Runyon Cancer Fund Just
got its 560th Will. Playwright Sid
ney Kingsley has an associate
professorship at Cal-Tech. .Wal .Walter
ter .Walter Chiari's statement that he
broke off with Ava Gardner con confirms
firms confirms the column's tip- that the
romance was no longer a Bowl of
Chiaris.

Patricia Hunter of the f o o t t-1
1 t-1 ghts told Absinthe House chums
she weds Air Force Msjor Clark
Ewing Battle, III next June in
Switzerland. .Barbara Lampert,
female copyreader on the World World-Telly,
Telly, World-Telly, becomes Mrs. D. Mutter
Feb. 21st. .Blue Angel star Do
rothy Louden is ill with pneumo pneumonia.
nia. pneumonia. .Pat Boone's featured danc dancer
er dancer Jimmy Thompson Is courting

nnua uortez, Mexican film star.
. .Actor Donald McKinner's night nightly
ly nightly date is Helen McCofmack. De

troit heiress. .Recording star

aan inne una) Grant is fever
Ish about Eartha Kitt. .MiKO .MiKO-yan's
yan's .MiKO-yan's son Seree told New York

friends, he'd love to stay here
"where the girls- are so loVcly'
. .Clarinetist Pete Foundtain and
Lawrence Welk are no longer
friends. The Mu'j'cians Union hail

to settle their dlsDUte. .. .R. U

Reynolds, 3rd (tobacco hair) ml

Tonya Gamble, a Durnam c.
radio eec, may wed. She's a
brunette beauty. .Why do they
call us Taxpayers? Don't they
mean Taspapefi?

Herbert Lewis Jr.
Receives Deqree
At U. Of Miami
CORAL GABLES, Fie., Feb. -Herbert
H. Lewis, Jr., son of Mr.
and Mrs. H. H. Lewis of Brazos
Hgts, Cristobsl, received a bach bachelor
elor bachelor of science degree in mecha mechanical
nical mechanical engineering from the Univer University
sity University of Miami at commencement
excercises on Feb. 3. ,
A graduate of Cristobal High
School, Lewis belongs to Pi Kap Kappa
pa Kappa Alpha social fraternity and the
Society of Automotive Engineers.

Dear Friends:
As I am continuing to make
Improvements in my service
to yon, I'll have to snspenij
electrical services on Sunday,
February 15th. at the follow following
ing following areas:

HOUR: 3 a.m. 6 a.m.
Ave. Eloy Alfaro, from Call ,,Lpi
Santos up to Calls 3 de Novitmbre
All of Ave. Pablo Aroeemona.
All of Calle Code
All of Calle Ramon Values
Calle 21 de Enero from Ave. Peru
up to Calti 24 Est
Part of Call 12 de Ootubrt
Part of Calle 22 Este bis
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American Pilot Dies

Unexpectedly After

Accident In Spain

GIBRALTAR. Feb. 14 (UPI)

American Wesley Nash ooraon,

who fractured an antie in an

air crash in Spain Tuesday

night; died early yesterday.
Doctors at the hospital here

ordered n autopsy to investi

gate the death wmcn tney saw
was unexDected.

Gordon and his wife, Helen,

of Pittsburgh, pa., were success-

WUy operated on here y ester
day.
' The light private plane car

ryipg- them from Gibraltar to
Taneier crashed Tuesday night

at Tojo de la Escrooa, oat doc

tors here said their condition
was not serious yesterday.

Gordon, S3, was said to have
passed a fairly good night,
chatting often with his' wife
who occupied the same hospital

room.
The nursing sister eame him

the customary cup of morning
tea but Gordon crumpled on his

side shortly afterwards.
His breathing and pulse be

came difficult and he was dead

when the doctor arrived.

unit'nni n ravoitft f"prTinres at the annual Cub Scout Blue and Gold Banquet held at Fort

Kobhe. included the presentation dl Webelo- Badges and certificates of transfer to lie Boy Scoutsto

William Knight, left, and Edward siooerry wi racn io. Accompanying me ws are meu iiaicms,
Goiz-aiid Mrs. William Knight and ,MSgt.and Mrs. Edward Sidberry, and Capt. Robert McClenag
hariv3)uring the program. Sidberry was Installed as Scoutmaster, replacing McClenagahan. Th
' banquet marked the 49th anniversary of the Boy Scouts of America. Honored .guests were Brig,:
-Gen- George JF, Scnlatter, Canal Zone Boy Scout Council chairman, and Col. Ralph A;' Jones; Jr.,
cehj mending officer of the 1st Battle Group, 20th Infaivtry. (U.S. Army Phottf)

Christian-Jewish
Conference Reveals

Brotherhood Awards

NEW YORK (UPI) The Na

tional Conference of christians

and Jews yesterday announced its

1958 awards for outstanding con
tributions to the cause of brotherhood.

SMASHING FUN Her Majesty Queen Carol I of the Canal Zone

prepares io christen the Sj Canal Zone during a launching cer ceremony
emony ceremony Tuesday afternoon at Bplboa Heights. Shortly afterwards,
the Queen and members of her court dressed in nautical costumes
' took part in the colorful Carnival parade, The float was designed
by the niembersvof ithe! Panama Canal Engineering Division to re represent
present represent the upper deck of a "Panama Line ship. It was built by the
Maintenance Divisions .

Cristobal High Graduate To Appear
On National TV Conference Feb. 22

The top winners were: The Des

Moines (Iowa) Register and Trib Tribune;
une; Tribune; the North Carolina Catholic

of Raleigh; James Mc Bride

Dabbs, for his non-fiction book
"The Southern Heritage;" Mary-

knoll magazine; Look- magazine;

the CBS television show A Town
Has Turned to Dust" by Rod
Serlins: the movie "The Defiant

Ones' cartoonist Lou Grant of

the Oakland (Calif.) Tribune; the

Fireman magazine of Boston; the
advertisine firm of Batten. Bar

ton. Durstine & Osborn; Redbook

magazine; station WBZ-TV, the
Westinghouse Broadcasting Co.,
Boston; and the CBS Danny

Thomas how.

Certificates of recoghitidh. "were

awarueu w uie oaiuinuic ouu,
the' 'Northern Virginia Sun, of Ar Arlington,
lington, Arlington, Va.; the St. Joseph Reg Register,
ister, Register, of Kansas City, Mo.; the
Atlanta Constitution; the Wilming Wilmington
ton Wilmington (Del.) Morning News; Par Parents
ents Parents magazine; Together maga magazine;
zine; magazine; the Reporter magazine, sta station
tion station WHDH, of Boston; station
WCHB, Inkster, Mich.; the United
SteelWorkers of America;, the
Cello Corp.; the American Brad Brad-casting
casting Brad-casting Company; Columbia
Broadcasting System and the Na National
tional National broadcasting Company;
and 20th Century Fox pictures for
"The Inn of the Sixth Happiness."

Search Is Renewed

For Icelandic

Fisher Off Halifax

HALIFAX. N.S. (UPI) U.S.

and Canadian Air Force planes

renewed the search yesterday for

an Icelandic fishing boat that dis disappeared
appeared disappeared with 31 men aboard dur during
ing during a furious storm that apparent apparently
ly apparently sank another ice burdened

trawler carrying 17 men.

Search coordinators here said

improved weather conditions
enabled seven search planes to
take off at daybreak to cover the
Atlantic northeast of Gander,
Nfld., where the 657-ton trawler.
Judi radioed Sunday it was i n

danger of capsizing.

The U.S. Coast Guard cutter

Castle Rock and several Iceland

ic boats made a surface search

of the area 180 miles northeast of

Newfoundland.

Searchers concentrated on the

Judi after officially calling off
the hunt for the 300-ton Blue

Wave out of Newfoundland. An

empty, yellow lifeboat and two

dories from the Blue Wave were
found Wednesday in the general
search area about 100 miles south
of the Dogger Banks fishing

grounds.
The Blue Wave last was heard

from on Monday when it radioed

that 30-foot waves and 60-mile-an-

hour winds were threatening to
roll it onto its "beam ends.'

Jtfiss Donna Elizabeth Geyer,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Donovan
' I. Geyer of Margarita, has been
nominated by the Cristobal Wom Woman's
an's Woman's Club to represent the .Cahal
, Zone on Ruth Hagy's College News
Conference, a nationwide television
and radio program broadcast each
Sunday from. Washington, D C.

Miss.; Geye,r wiJL appear on the.

Feb. 2Z program and win taice
part tha round-table discussion of
, national and international issues
with s a prominent United States
Senator. ,,t
The! selection of a local girl to
appearon the well-known College
News Conference. was made

through the cooperation of ..the

' General Federation of Women's
Clubs in Washington, D.C.
Miss ;'Geyer is a graduate of
Cristobal High School and present presently
ly presently iaixattending' the :, Columbia
Teachs College In New York Ci Ci-ty.
ty. Ci-ty. -v' :
Shells a registered staff nurse

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General view of the ten Vvoktmiinuioin concrete mixers sold by F. ICAZA Y CIA., S. A. to INTERAMERICANA DE ESTU-

DIOS Y EMPRESAS. S. A. to be used in the navinr of a secti on of the Interamerican Hirhwav hetwetn the cities of Artia..

dulce and Santiago, Republic of Panama. From left to right Ad olfo Icaza, Vice-President of F. Icaza y Cia., S. A. distributor!
of WORTHINGTON in the Republic of Panama, Juan B. Arias, General Manager of Inversiones Generates S. A. local distribu-

tors, of MACK trucks, Ratael Bilbao Co-owner of INEMSA and riorencio Icaza, Edgardo Carles and Ricardo G. Brin, President...
Manager of the Heavy Equipment Division and Office Manager of F. Icaza y Cia., S. A.

Germany Divided Cannot Stand,
Says Brandt At Lincoln Dinner

Porter Says Ellender Lacks Facts;
Oregonian Would Impose Sanctions

SPRINGFIELD, 111. (UPI) -West
Berlin Mayor Willy Brandt
vowed Thursday night at a ban banquet
quet banquet honoring Abraham Lincoln's
150th birthday that his people "will
bend our knee to nobody.
He accused the Russians of

12-Slitch Arm Slash
Only Scratch, Says
Beatly; Lion Stays

FroridSz! Strips
General Of Rank
For Peron Praise

, BUENQS AIRES, Feb. 14 (UPI)
Pres. Arturo Frondizi yesterday
j...j h;,ia1. Ancrnl Tni-

sinppea um. ng.
vtwt Irnm his rank, right to wear

the uniform, and pay for having
published an open letter praising
the Peron dictatorship and strong strongly
ly strongly attacking the present government;:!-
i v,
Fronditi's action came after an
"honor tribunal" found Iniguez
Sdiltv oi a ''most nerious offense."

Rporti, current in military cir circles'
cles' circles' said several high Army, Na

vy and A Force officers in re retirement
tirement retirement 'were arrested for en
dorsing ilmguM' views.
Among those reported arrested
were Gem. E. Fattigatti, one of
.the, Peronlst commanderi of the
local garrison at the time of Pe-

ron'g fallj f Maj.i Pablo Vincene,

fens of the Perdhist regime by
innuintf. riflei in i tha wnrlrAi'at

Capt, Adolfo C, Philjipeaux, lead-:

MISS DONNA GEYER
at Harkness Pavilion of Presbyte

rian Hospital in New York and has

taken undergraduate courses at

Columbia University.' She was re recently
cently recently awarded both the George

Williams and the SeStlantic Schol

arships at Columbia Teachers Col-lege.

. The College News Conference,
now in its seventh year on the air,

has won many awards for commu

nity service, development of in interest
terest interest in contemoorary affairs, and

newsmakine. The Drocram spon

sors coooerate with jhundreds of

universities and national oreaniza

tions in publicizing'their projects

for young' people and in tne selec selection
tion selection of outstanding youne people
to be nominated lo participation
in the program:, -vi

George Antheil,

bserlDies

DETROIT. Feb. 14 (UPI)

Famous lion tamer Clyde Beat-

tv was slashed by a uon iasi

niPht durina his act at tne

. j an i.li.1

Shrine circus, .naa i suvcue suvcue-put
put suvcue-put in his right arm and then

announced tne snow.wiu go on
again tonight.
"Caesar," an African Hon,
stripped Realty's leather glove
from his left hand with a swipe
of his paw. Beatty's chair and

pistol were sent nying across

t.Yec race.

With a second ugnining-iiKe

swipe, Caesaf slashed .down

ward, ripping eeatxy s ngni arm

between the eioow and wnsi.

Beatty called It "only a

scratch." An attendant saved

Beatty by prodding the lion
with a pole after the attack.
"TUn Kltoi aft wnraf." thi

111V VVLIiV II VIWV mv
veteran animal trainer said.
''It's not the clawing that

bothers me. It's having to take

the series of tetanus 3hots
that's the real bother."
During his 31 years of per performing
forming performing with the big cats,
Beatty said he's only been seri

ously Injured six times. About
15 years ago, he almost lost a
leg that was badly chewed by
a lion.

He has had Caesar in his act
for about four years. After the
clawing last night, he said he
will keep the 10-year-old lion

about one more season.

"The cats get more danger dangerous
ous dangerous the longer they perform

This is the third time he's come

after me," he laughed.

Beatty has seven mora per

formances before the circus

leaves Detroit Sunday.

Japanese Cabinet
Okays Red Korean.'
Repatriation Plan

TOKYO. Feb. 14 (UPI) Foreign

Minister Anchiro Fujiyama's plan
to repatriate Korean residents in

Japan to Communist North Korea
won the endorsement of the Ja Ja-panense
panense Ja-panense Cabinet today in spite of

stern warnings of possible conse consequences
quences consequences by the Republic of South
Korea.

News of the decision was flash

ed to Seoul where the Korean Ca Cabinet
binet Cabinet went into emergency session.

bources saad the Korean Cabinet
decided to stop the repatriation
"at any cost."

The R.O.K. Defense Ministry said
the Navy and Air Force were rea ready
dy ready to go into action "at any time.'
It added, however, that no orders
had been yet received from the
Government.
The controversy plunged rela relations
tions relations between Japan and South
Kbrea, two major allies of the U U-nited
nited U-nited States in the Far East, to
the lowest point since the end of
world War II.
Yiu Tai Ha, South Korean Min-

ister to Tokyo, warned before the

Cabinet met that a decision to go
ahead with the repatriation might

ieao to a conflict seriously en

Wee Alpine Village
May Be Wiped Out
By Huge Landslide
HERBRIGGEN, Switzerland
(UPI) Surprise rumblings from

a huee reepinc landslide m

creased fears las night that th
beginning of the end may be nea!

for this tiny Alpine village.

An estimated 300,000 tons of

rock and ice have been poised
4,000 feet above Herbriggen ever

sinc a landslide formed n a

mountain side s:x days ago. The
threaiening ma.s has been inching
downward as evacuated villagers
watched helplessly.
Tension was heightened when an
unexpected fall of rocks, flrozen
earth and snow broke off from the
slide during the coldest; hours.
"It might be the beginn ng o
the end," said Herbriggen's Ro Roman
man Roman Catholic priest, Father Emil
Schmidt.
The priest explained that the
"cr itical time" fa: the slide to fall
had been placed by experts be between
tween between noon and 4 p.m. when
the sun shines brightest and melts
the ice holding the avalanche
back.
"But after what happened this
morning, the landslide could
come down at any ime without
warning," the priest said.
Yesterday's fall occurred about 8

a m. wnen we lanasuue w sup

posed to be completely frozen by

temperatures oi less man iu oe
grees. It is during these "safe"
periods that the village's 251 resi

dents have been slipping back to

the'r homes to carry away be belongings
longings belongings before the dwellings are
swept away.
Schmidt said look-outs on the
edge of the village almost sounded

the bugle alarm that will give
the villagers loss than two min-

u'es to clear out. They changed

their minds when it became vi-

dent that only a slice of the slide
had broken loose, the ice and
rocks which fell were stopped by
landslide barriers before they

wanting to "squeeze out Beflin
like a lemon" and "absorb what
is left into that part of Germany
ruled by the Communists."
Brandt, the free leader of a di divided
vided divided city, was principal speaker
at a $17.50-a-p!ate banquet mark marking
ing marking the birthday of the tall
Springfield lawyer who led his di divided
vided divided nation through a civil war.

About 1,400 persons, including

more than 20 foreign diplomats,
attended the d'nner in the state

Armory presided over by Illinois

Gov. William G. Stratton.

The Commuist world was not

represenied to hear Brandt's ac accusations
cusations accusations of tyranny and deceit.
Soviet Ambassador Mikhail Men Men-sh
sh Men-sh kov had politely turned down

an invitation to the dinner.
Brandt referred to Lincoln's fa famous
mous famous speech, made in Springfield,
in 1858, that "a house divided a a-ainst
ainst a-ainst ;tself cannot stand.'
Lincoln was sipeaking of the

slavery, con roversy which was

splitting the nation. Brandt, how however,
ever, however, said Lincoln's words were

"perhaps even more applicable

to the present situation of the

Ge-man people than to the one

which he faced." I

"I "can only'lell yourlhatfvth.
Germans in the East and in the
West have not accepted" the di

vision of their country, Brandt
said, and "they will not accept
conditions under which a son is

separated from is mother,

brother from hi3 brother.

"I must make you aware of the

danger resulting from this arbi

trary division. It is a threat to

peace in Europe and to peace in
the world."

The "climax of the S o v e t-

provoked crisis' in Berlin "has
nof yet been reached," he said,
but "two peaceful v dories" to

ward the gradual solution have 1

been won' in recent weeks.

One was the West Berlin elec election
tion election in which only a "bare two
per cent" of the voters cast their
ballots for Communists. The sec second,
ond, second, he said, was an ultimatum
by the United States and its al allies
lies allies for the Soviets to keep
"hands off Berlin."

. ...w .oi.vuaij cu- l'amusiiue U I I J K 1
dangenng peace in the Far East." reached the village.

NEW YORKr Feb 14 (UPI) (UPI)-George
George (UPI)-George Antheir, composer, author
an dendocrinologist; died at his
home here Thursday, night at Hie
age; of 58., : '.. ?s ,.,. :
Wan in Trenton,'! N. J, Antheil
traveled in Europe as a concert
pianist before becoming the assis

tant music director of the. Berlin
State Theater 111 the lata 20'r. He
Was the first American to hold the

PARLIAMENT OPENS

HELSINKI (UPI) President

Urho Kekkonen, who recently

held talks with soviet Premier
Nikita S. Khrushchev, told Parlia

ment yesterday; that Finland en
joyed "good and cordial?, rela relations
tions relations with the Soviet Union. Open'
hie the 1959 session of Parlia

ment, Kekkonen said Finland

should follow a foreign policy that

would inspire trust by other na

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Every Saturday flfr
6:30 to 7:00 p.m.
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CARACAS, Venezuela, Feb. 14

(UPI) Rep. Charles Porter (D.,
Ore.) said today the United
States should impose economic
sanctions against Latin American
dictorships, among which he nam named
ed named specifically the Dominican Re-

pubi c, Haiti, Nicaragua and Pa Paraguay.
raguay. Paraguay. He said the United States
should also stamp the passports
of all American citizens visiting
any dictator-ruled Latin American
country with the inscription: "This
is police state wh'ch does not per permit
mit permit civil liberties!"
Porter was in Caracas on a spe special
cial special invitation to attend the inau inauguration
guration inauguration of President-elect Romu-

lo Betancourt but had to go back
home because of commitments
connected with Oregon Centennial
and Democratic fund raising.
The Oregon Congressman said
the United Spates should adopt e e-conomic
conomic e-conomic sanctions against, for ex example,
ample, example, imports of Dominican Re Republic
public Republic sugar.
He said he believed Dominican
strong man Generalissimo Rafael

Leoniaas iruuno will fall soon,

f rstly because he is hated

throughout the Caribbean and sec

ondly Decause ne nas oecome a
ridiculous figure ir the United

States and in most of the world

Porter took strong issue, with

Sen. mfMWi'H-rU.)
who last Monday criticized Vice

President Richard M. Nixon and

Dr. Milton Eisenhower for rec rec-ommend'ng
ommend'ng rec-ommend'ng that the United
States cold-shoulder latin dicta dictators.
tors. dictators. "A man's judgment isn't better
than his facts," Porter sail
"and I don't think Senator Ellen Ellender
der Ellender has his facts. But I'm ready
to teach the facts to him "about
the Trujillo dictatorship, for one
thing."

Forty-one special delegations to

the Betancourt inauguration pre

sented credentials to Foreign. M'n M'n-ister
ister M'n-ister Rene de Sola, includin& the

u.b. delegation headed by former

New York Gov. Thcmas E. Dewey.

Other members of the Ameri

can delegation included Assistant
Secretary of State Roy Rr

torn: John Budinger. vice presi

dent of he Bankers Trust; Ed

ward Sparks, Ambassador to Ve Ve-nezuela;
nezuela; Ve-nezuela; AFL-CIO president
George Meany, and Gen. Lyman
Lemnitzer, assistant Chief 0

Staff.

Museum Society
Sponsoring Trip

To Barro Colorado

The Panama Museum Society
will sponsor a r n io Bar-o Colo Colorado,
rado, Colorado, next Saturday. The party
will leave by train frjm ana ana-ma
ma ana-ma or Balboa Railroad Station a
few m nutes after 7 a.m. for Fri Fri-joles,
joles, Fri-joles, where they will take a
launch for 'he island. They will
be guided on a, walk through the
jungle Mx i ihe'v morning. Af r
luncvwhien wiH,e included 'fn
the arrangement's f the tour,
they w 'til be free to explore and
take photographs.
A limited nun.ber of Museum
Society members and 'he r gu-ts
are invited. Ressrva ions may be
made and fur her information ob obtained
tained obtained by callng Marianne Bur Bur-kenroad,
kenroad, Bur-kenroad, chairman of the soce. soce.-ty's
ty's soce.-ty's program ommittee, 3-6492,
not later than Tuesday. The price
of the tour will be $3, plus trahi
fare. ,

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' MISS PATRICIA PECK IS HO5RED AT PARTY
GIVEN IN COLON BY MR. nriGILICA WONO
vi Mitt Patricia Peck was honored at a pre-bridal shower last week
"jlven by Mr. Angelica Lim Wong and Mrs. Arlant Llm Gambia at
' tha horn of Mr Wong In Colon.
Guait included Mm. Ploroneo Pack, mother of tha bride-elect,
Mr. Elena Ambroto, Mr. Gwondolyn Detour, Mrs. Laura CrelB.
Mr. Janny Bordan, Ml Judy Ramlrai, Ml Narma Ramlrai, Miss
?,ylvia Brings, Mi Carolina Laa Pack, Mit Mary Surgoon, Mitt
Tony Chu, Miss Xonla Loxano and Mitt Marltia Hawklnt.
Mitt f-tck't marriaga to Mr. Jack Ikhroth of Grand Rapids,
" Mich., It plannod for naxt Wadnatday afternoon at 5:30 In tha Port
Gulick Chapal Invitatlont to the wedding have boon ittued.

Caribbean Collage Club
further Social Plant
. In an executive board meeting
Thurtday evening, members of
the Caribbean College Club discus discus-sed
sed discus-sed final plans for the annual Pen Penny
ny Penny Social to be held Saturday ev evening,
ening, evening, February 21, at the Strang Strangers
ers Strangers Club in Colon.
With Mrs. R. T. Conely, vice pre
sident, in charge, the meeting was
attended by Mrs. R. J. Helme
richs, Mrs. J. H. Pfau, Mrs. P
L. Beck, Mrs. V. D. Young. Mrs
W. G. Laurie, Mrs. Harry Eno,
Mrs. J. S. Manning, Mrs. Paul
Moser, Mn. Nye C. Norrls, Mrs
E. W. Wrenn, Mrs. J. L. Gwinn
and Mrs. W. F. Grady.
: Mrs. Norris announced that nine
applications for the club's scholar scholarship
ship scholarship have been received from
Cristobal High School seniors.
Deadline for the applications is
March 20.
Proceeds from the Penny Social
will be used for the scholarships,
the amount and number depending
on the success of the annual event.
Tickets are being sold by all club
members and at Atlantic Side
commissaries, and will be avaial avaial-able
able avaial-able at the Strangers Club. Tickets
entitle holders to admission, re refreshments,
freshments, refreshments, entertainment, a
chance at the mystery prize and
20 chances on the 150 gifts donated
by club members.
All tickets which have been sold

for the Social will be honored on
the newly-announced date. Boy
Scouts on the Atlantic Side have
been delivering leaflets to resi residents
dents residents with information on the So Social.
cial. Social. The next general meeting of the
Caribben College Club will be
Tuesday evening ai 7:30 at the
Red Cross Building in Cristobal.

IAWC Group To Meet
Monday Morning
The Asilo de la Infancia Com
mittee of the Inter-American Wo
men's Club will meet Monrtay
morning at 9 at the home of Mrs.
Charles A. Garc a, 2356 Owen
Street, Apt. A. Balboa.

De Haven of Connecticut, T. J.
Vandermeer of Holland.
Gray Ladies
Graduation Monday
Graduation exercises for Red
Cross Gray Ladies will be conduc conducted
ted conducted at 9:30 Monday morning at
the Red Cross Chapter Building in
Old Cristobal.
All Gray Ladies are requested
to attend in uniform.
Arts, Crafts Group
Meets Monday
The Arts and Crafts Group of
the Balboa Woman's Club will
meet Monday morning at 9 with
Mrs. Helene Wentworth, 573 San
Juan Place.
All members are urged to at attend,
tend, attend, at the annual exhibition will
be discussed.
Catholic Women
Plan Reception
The Catholic Daughters of Ame.
rica, Court Our Lady of the Mira Miraculous
culous Miraculous Medal 874, will give a re reception
ception reception for new members tomor tomorrow
row tomorrow evening at 6 at the Knights
of Columbus in Margarita. All
members are invited to attend.

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Visitors Lilted
At Boquete Resort
Among recent guests at the Pa Pa-namonte
namonte Pa-namonte Inn in Boquete are Ro Ro-gelio
gelio Ro-gelio Arosemena, Mr. and Mrs
Rogelio de la Guardia, Mr. and
Mrs. Alejandro Ferrer, T. Kohn,
Dr. and Mrs. Guillermo Chpman
and son Eduardo, Mr. and Mrs.
Brando Eismann, Arturo L'ndo,
Claude W. Lawther, Dr. and Mrs
Juan Nicosia, Mr, and Mrs. Roge
lio Orillac and daughter Marieta,
Javier Guardia, Mr, and Mrs. Ju Julian
lian Julian Vaides. Mr. ano Mrs. R'car
do Diaz and family, all of Panama
Also visiting there were Mr. and
Mrs. S. R. Bignell of Changuinola,
Bocas del Toro, Mr. and Mrs. H.

PRESENTS:

"MEXICAN FIESTA"
OPEN SUNDAY 9 p.m. in the Patio
at our SUNDAY EVENING BUFFET
FEATURING:
The Mexican "Ranchera" Singing Star
HILDA MARQUEZ
with the "Mariachi" Orchestra
MIGUEL DIAZ
AND HIS SINGERS
o JUAN TORRES ("El Ranchero")
e ROBERTO ROMANO
(The Romantic Troubador of Mexico)
Buffet $3.50 per person

Disk Jockey Ends
8 Days In Subway;
Silver Token Found

NEW YORK (UPD-Disk jock jockey
ey jockey Murray Kaufman ended his
"subway siege" today af er eight
days and four hours of l'ving un underground.
derground. underground. "I hope people will recognize
me as a human being, Instead of
a mole," he said.
Kaufman tven. nto the subway
near his radio station, WINS, on
Feb. 5. He slep- on a cot In the
storeroom of a lunch counter, did
b-oadcast from one end of the
coun'er, and fipent much of his
time riding iraihi on the 237 m Jes
of tracks.
The station promised a prize of

1,000 free subway rides to the per person
son person who 'ound a s'erlmg silver
turiwtle token which was slipped
In among the 15 million tokens

hat constantly are in circulation
among subway riders. It guaran guaranteed
teed guaranteed Kaufman would stay in the
subway un'ii he silver token
was found.
U release cme today when
Mrs. Pauline Pacheco, 35, brought
the silver token to Kaufman's post
at the up'own local station at Co Columbus
lumbus Columbus Circle.

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POLLER A LOVELINESS Admiration for the be autiful Panamanlaiv, llera ;,w6rii Cjueen
Carol I of the Canal Zone was expressed by wests at a party given by Gov.-and,. Mm. W. E.
Potter for a number of visitors from the United States. Mrs. Potter 1 shown explaining the
typical Jewelry worn with the native costume. Seated at the table are from lef- Mrs. Pot Potter's
ter's Potter's mother, Mrs. Clyde G. Turner, of Grafton, West Va.; Mrs. Theodore Metcalt Sf Omaha,
Neb.; Mrs. John Holln; and Mrs. Forrest Dunsmoor, of Balboa Heights.; Mr. and Mrs. -Mtcalf
are visitors at the Governor's House. -V :V '- f'?

Cristobal High, Junior High
Student Honor Rolls Announced

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Honor students were announced
at Cristobal High School and Cris Cristobal
tobal Cristobal Junior High School for the
semester and third marking pe period.
riod. period. In Cristobal High School a num number
ber number of students attained the "A"
honor roll for both the third maik maik-ing
ing maik-ing period and the semester.
These students were:
Carol Agee, Lesley bberger, Kar Karen
en Karen Coate, Elizabeth Llmkeman,

Joanne Tang, Jean Van de Heyden

Those attaining the 'A honor
roll in the High School for the third
marking period only were:
Robert Evans, Judy Griffon, E E-mily
mily E-mily Hearn, Phil Judson.

Those students who attained the
"B" honor roll in the High School

for both the first semester and the

third six weeks were:

Jean Allan, Pablo Apolayo, Mau
ice B e 1 a n g e r, Jay Bialkowgki,
Thomas Billison, Veronica Blen Blen-nerhassett,
nerhassett, Blen-nerhassett, Carol Bruland, Nancy
Chaphe, Ellen Clute, Randy ( oate,
Joe Coffin, Mary Beth Daugherty,
Thomas Drohan, Celsa Frunceschi,
Ronald Frankel, Stephen Franklin,
Andrea Grebien, Judy Griffon, E E-Uzaberh
Uzaberh E-Uzaberh Hanna, William Hayes,
Emily Hearn, Betsy Hewitt, Patri Patricia
cia Patricia Holmts, Gary Irving, Richard
Jones, Martha Johnson, Pamela

Johnson, David Judson, Francisco

Katz, Kcttn Kulig, Patricia Uaw

son, Huey Lee, Livia Lippincott,

Harry Levine, Catherine Lewis,

Giles Martin, Michael Metcalf, Es

S(0Sm

Billy Graham Ready
For Melbourne
Meeting Tomorrow
MELBOURNE, Australia (UPI)
Evangelirt Billy Graham played

gol" th's morning and spent the

rest oi me aay meoioaung in ther Miller, Ella Mae Morales,
preparation for the opening tomor-1 Anne Mccieland Frank Mcleod,

f ru Anarea wasn, Kaue u unen, uor-

for Chris'" in Australia and New

Zealand.
Graham, wh is recovering from
a serous eye ailment that all but

left him sigh less in the left eye
said on doc.o's orders he spends
15 minutet a day exercising, and
must get in a much golf as pos possible.
sible. possible. He said he shot a "patchy" 49
on the nine-hole Rlverdale course,
using borrowed clubs.
Jerry Beaven, Graham's ad advance
vance advance agent, predicted the cru crusades
sades crusades will be among the greatest
ever staged.
To help iilm In Australia, Gra

ham has a record number of

counsellors, selected fron. the lo

cal Protestant community, to help

persont who decide to 'give their
I ves to Christ," Beaven said.
"In New York we had a huge

gathering of American counsellors
when some 3,P0 stepped forward
to assist Graham," he said. "But

in Sydney, with s popula'ion a
third of New York's, 7,780 have

don Rief, Wanda Scott, Carol Sea

man, Jean Seaman Alex Stearns

Roberta Vache, Richard Vinas,

John Wainio, Sherry Wakem, Ma

ry Lou Washabaugh, Claire White,

Larry Wilder, Thomas Wilson

James Wllllford.
Those who attained the "B'

honor roll in high school (or the

first semester only are:

John Ambrose, Sally Eisen, Rob Robert
ert Robert Evans, Susan Corrlgan, John

Everson, Verna Hildebrand, Phil
Judson, Frances Lloyd Carolyn

feck Hilda Saborlo.

Those listed on the high school
"B" honor roll for third six weeks

omy were:

Beth Bialkowskl, Tommy Dugan,
Nancy Gibson, Ruby Hall. Sandra

Husted, Katherine Kucikan. Cec

lia Leladier, Charles Lyew Nor
ma Ramirez, Velms Rodriguez,
James William.

In the Junior High School no
semester averages are computed

but those attaining honor rank for
the third six weeks marking pe
riod were as follows:

"A"HenerRe:i
Harriet Hewitt r -"B"
Honor, Rati
Douglas Albersa. Florence Allen.

Elaine Asbury, Charlotte Bialkows

ki, Clara Bray, Franklin Brooks,
Michael Burza, Sue Cotton. Patri

cia Daly, Laura Dorow Diane

Drell, Frank Ender, Virginia Fr
is, Shirley Glaubia. C 0 n c h 1 1 s

Graves, Judy Hennlng, Thomas
Hickey, Bernlce Hill, Nancy Ho
kins, Kenneth Karpinski, Stella
Kucikas, Patsy Lee, Yvonne Le.
laidier, Ernest Little, Ricky Msedl
Susan Mathieson, Carls Meehan,
Margaret O'Brien, Jose Ortiz, Re

ne uwm, juav rsiumbo. Ray

mond Patricio, Elizabeth Pearson,

Uiura Pearson. Diane Ramiav

Luis Rodriguez, Wtllan.ia Roger,
Lenore Smith. Valeria Snivev. Wil

liam Strong. Geoffrey Thompson,

Kawara wiiaer, uonns wong, Mir Mirths
ths Mirths Wood, Zsndrs Zimmerman,

volunteered as counsellors. This
In itself shows the enthusiasm
that the crusade can expect."
A recent religious sui v..'y shows
that 50 per cen of Aug nlia's 10
million population attend Prots Prots-tant
tant Prots-tant and all'ed services. Forty
per cent of the population i(s Ro
man Catholic.

CHARLII HIT AND RUN

MOSCOW (UPI) Tha Soviet

Defense Ministry newspaper So
viet Fleet charged yesterday i

Japanese f ahing vessel had

rammed jnd damaged a Russian
tanker being towed by a Soviet

fishing trawler off Korea. The pi
per said the Japanese vessel die

regarded wsrnlng s gnals during
the incident Jan. 21, and sped off

without stopping.

7 Lactogen

WISE MOTHERCRAFT ... the guidance of your own
doctor ... and choice of food are vital at this stage of your

baby's development Turn with confidence to nourishing,
balanced, all-milk Lactogen for bottle feeding requirements.
LACTOGEN IS CONVENIENT to use, uniform and
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avoiding and even correcting underweight conditions.
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without
knowing it?
Do tou believe that religious
truth cannot be eontrary to
truth from any ether source?
Do you believe man is capa capable
ble capable of self-Improvement and
Is not condemned bv the doc doctrine
trine doctrine of "original sin"?
Do vou believe that strivtns:
to live a wholesome life Is
more Imnortant than accept acceptor
or acceptor religious creeds?
Do vou Relieve tn the nractl nractl-ral
ral nractl-ral nnnllcotlon of brother brotherhood
hood brotherhood In all social relations?
Then von are
prnfeaslne;
Unitarian beliefs.
Whv not visit the Unitarians
hl SunHT mornlnr at 10:S0.
A eheer'nl welcome (i waits
vou at PnlM'nr A"ron
RoulevnTd Mamel Place
'near be Tivoll).
Sermon topic:
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by Dorothy Killgallen

Alan Bell of -'Chicaid Mn W

oopen the biddint Jlabt. Fortu

HiUlu ni. klm kl fn' iliimmn

play brings noma msiiy tough''ified stage and screen luminary.

Cinema Dancer Ann Millar will
be a news item soon, bar closest
chuma pred ct Olanda Fawel, re rehearsing
hearsing rehearsing for bar Broadway coma
back in the new play ''Lovely
Star. Goodnight," li hobbling
bout with csne after dislocating
her kneecap in a bad fall. .A
mong Dick Haymss : most age?
creouori is tha dtate of California,
which has summoned; hint out
there to settle some back tax mat matters
ters matters covering the years 1949, 1953,
1954, 1958 and 1957. The tab, a five
figure amount, is subject to fur further
ther further levies and Interest charges.
Two Madison Ava. aenluses are

the luckiest chaps in town.; They
were just, 34 houri away from

being naooeo in me isiesi vir,i
nia McMsnus vice headlines. Mar

Ion Brando, millionaire ana unqua-

yJUM soups
W 0n Jn MEAT
DISHES
wm

contracts,

He won East's kW. of spades

with the ace sind Played the 1a:k

of diamonds.. East won with the

ace and returner ; jqade which
Alan won with the qui en.'-
The play continued, as follows!
Club to dummy, diamond' ruffort.
spade ruffed in dummy, diamond
ruffed, another club to1 dummy,
last dlamwr' led ruffed by

East's eight and Bell's nine, last

spade led and rutted by dummy a
ace of trumps.
Now Alan played the small
club from dummy. East played
the queen but West, who was
down to nothing but trumps, .had
to trump his partner's trick and
lead a trump-up to Alan's kin
jack combination.
Before I get a lot of mail ex ex-Diamine
Diamine ex-Diamine that South couli havo

made his contract In a lot of
other ways', VI. Want .fo, point. .H
that Alan had; mad five odd, no
a mere four, and that over a be
riod of years those overtrlcki
mount up, .: "
Also. East could have held the

hand to four if ha had led a

trump when he was m with tne

ace of diamonds.

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Enrollment In FSU
Increases By 47
Over Lost Period

The highest enrollment since the
Fall of 1957 was reached this term

When Florida 5taU. University's
school program', offered t the
four Armv Education Canters on

the Isthmus; enrolled 370 students
In 12 classes. The average number
enrolled per class Is 22.5.
The enrollment la 47 ner tent

higher than last term, with Army
showing an Increase of 45 per cent.
Army officer enrollment lucres sed
32 per cent. Thirteen officers and

eight enlisted men had double an
rellments; '.V :
The Air'Forea 4nd elvlllsn en

rollment increased 3S per cent and

50 per eent respectively.

Narcotics sign the report wheu it
Wss given to the Governor and the
press last week? (The answer
would make a better story than
the report.) Frank Sinatra's pals
believe Lady Beatty has a better
cnance of gating htm to the mar marriage
riage marriage license bureau than any -mour
he's had in a rlong time.
Their analysis: she's beautiful a
smart, and he'd just adore flaunt flaunting
ing flaunting a genuine (u, former) British
title to "gas the members of his

rat pack. Like, man, it's a long

way irom flppoMn,,.'

4.

ti a current examole of how sliz

Ung you have to be to rate the
'ull treatment by a national ma ma-satin,
satin, ma-satin, flna of the ton picture-

nlun-test periodicals is holding a

profile on Msrion unui ne aoe
-omethinp Interesting enouRb .'
."make him -hot asain". .Beauti

fnl Biorp AVnesen, Miss Norway
of 1957. turned down a Warner

Brother flicker contract fo be

come the wife of wealthy iBerme

pits.

The saddest mourner' for Dennis

Hamilton (Diana Dors' late hus
band) is Neero singer Illene Day

Just before ne suffered the fatal

heart attack, Dennis had given her

beautiful sapphire ring as a

token of his love. .Have an ex ex-imnli
imnli ex-imnli of lll-arivlied comH'ans:

While New Yorkers are still sha

ken by the tragedy, of the front frontpaged
paged frontpaged plane crash which cost so

manv uvei. a "funnyman ai we

Copacabana Corbett Monica

Includei in his routine a series or

jokes about an airplane accident.

uary Crosby's companion ar

Krlka s had the late-nour set won

dering about her identity. She's

blond and appeirs to oe quite a
bit older than Blng's boy. .Fidel
Castro Isn't aoing to be able to
keen Nora EddinftOn Haymes

Flvnn from iuing the dashina" Er Er-rol.
rol. Er-rol. She claims he owes her a

bundle in back alimony, and sne's

out to get It.

Jack (formerly John Jacob) As-

tor's data in Florida is pretty Ano

Van Seiver, '.One of the most

famous stars of the screen, tele television,
vision, television, supper clubs and records
Is worried about hi- recent lapses

of memory. He forgets dates, ly
rics to songs, and other things

and studying thenranquu creea
of Zen-Buddhism hasn't helped.
The Kremlin may need another

Five Year Plan just to get its mo-

a ear with ours. While tne

official orlce Is 10 rubles to a dol

lar, you can get twice that many
on tha Russian black market.

Lawrence Carr. one of the pro-

duers of tha new hit "Redhead."

is In a matrimonial mood. The

luekv firl Is fashion designer Nita

Vian. (. .Fidel Castro dolls, com

plete with black beards, are the
latest hot sellers tn the kooky W.

42nd St. area. .one turner step

toward tne nam jeiuies-xempest
Storm aisle-waits: Herbie and his

estranged wife have settled their
child custody problems amicably
In a pre-divorce hearing. Since

Mrs. J. Is temporarily hosmtalii

ed, she has agreed to let Herb

biuec tne two children, Feme, 11.
and Romania, 7, at his mother's
Hollywood home.
Great Britain gets a bonus of
an extra Johnnie Ray TV appear appearance
ance appearance during hli visit to london
next month. He's aoing over to

open the new Palace Theatre there

out he's also been inaggea for a
mslor ATV oroductlon as Well II

the traditional "Sunday Night at
the Pallidlut video date. Quia

Question: Why didn't, one of the
members of the New York' Stute
Joint Legislative Committee ... on

George' Stevens has made a n n-ther
ther n-ther lofty decision about "The Dia-

fy of Anne Frank"he thinks it's
too good competa in tha fl'n
festivals. Hi- quotes 'A film like
Anne Frank' shouldn't go into a
contest", .The big Ian world'
?eud stars pianist Teddy Wilt, n
and singer Billy Holiday. ; .Pat
O Brien's West Coast admirers
wish he'd slow down, .Mex'co's
'tiling of Americana Involved n
the operat'ons of a gambling casi casino
no casino didn't upset residents of the
Eastern states, but they're still
steaming on the sunnv West Coast
-especially in Sah Diego, where
businessmen are urging the gov government
ernment government to prohibit U.S. citizens
spend their tourist money in Mexico.

GOP Must Revert
?olilfcal Principles,
ays Campaign Chief
WASHINGTON, Feb. 14 (UPI)-

IRep, Richard M. Simpson (li

ra.) la back wl'h his demand thu
the Republica.i Par y draft a new
declaration, of principles to tell
where the GOP stands.
As chairman of the Republican
Congress onal Campaign Commit Committee
tee Committee he has been pressing for such
action s'nee shortly after the
1958 elections in which the GOP

suffered widespread defeats.

In a Lincoln Day speech at St.
Paul, Minn., last night Simpson
sa d the arty cannot wait for
the 1960 platform to be drafted at
its national convention next year.
He said Republican principles
"must be reasserted and put be before
fore before the people so that there can
be no misunderstanding about
where the party stands." He said
this statement should be one on
wh ch all GOP candidates, includ including
ing including the 1960 presidential nomi nominee,
nee, nominee, could run next year.
Simpson said ue was frequently
asked whe'e the party stands on
foreign trade policy, inflation, un unemployment
employment unemployment subversion, taxes,
central istion of government, defi deficit
cit deficit spending and national defense.
To answer such questions, Simp Simpson
son Simpson has favored adoption of a
declaration like that approved by
Republican members of the
House and Senate and the GOP
national Committee in February,
1950. It was written as a "supple "supplement"
ment" "supplement" to the 1948 party platform.
South Viet Nam

Seeks To Build Up
Sugar Industry

tionalist China is proving techni technical
cal technical aid to South Viet Nam to build
up her sugar industry, Le1 Pao
Hus, general manager of Taiwan
Sugar Corp., told a news confer conference
ence conference today.

' Assistance has been received
from a sugar refinery in British
East Africa and a group of Chi Chinese
nese Chinese residents in Brazil, ha add added.'
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rhuraday
UllS LAOV 0 HATIMA Cnrnnda
Sunday Mam at g:00 a.m.
Holy Day Maw at 1:30 p.m
Conlaaalnna' a -00 to g tt p.m on Sat.
,rday
Caieehiam Clam: Saturday 1:30 to 10
am
ST. JOSKPtJ-Fafalae
aunday Maaam at 7 .00 and l:lg a.m
Holy Day Maea at :Mr.m
Weekday Masaee a.m
Confewiiona Saturday 1:30 to 4:30 and
i 30 to 730.
Cataehlam Clam- Sunday 1:00 la 4:im
PR1 .,w
Miraculous Medal Novcnai 7:W p.m
n Friday v.
Convert InaUucUonat Thuradav 7:0V
pm
ST. VINCKNTS-Panam CHy
Sunday Maaaea 340 and 8:30 a.m
Holy Day Maaam: 8 JO and iUO a.m
lit It tall on Saturday the Maaam are
1 CunTeaeiona. lalufday'iiOO lo 1:00 ana
i.oo to a:oo pm muraqav peinr rim
rnaay i;ao pm
Miraculous Medai Novena and Sta
uana of the Crow Frldav 7:10 o.m
Catechism Claw After 8:30 maaa on
Sunday
rhiiredav
Converl Clam 8 J0 p m. Tueaday and
ST, THKRESA'S Coco 11
Sunday warn t 30 am.
Holy bay Mam 8:00 a m lit it taiu
m Saturday 8:30 a.m.)
Catechism Claw 8:30 to 8:00 pm or
Monday
Cftnfeeaione: M to 8:30 a m Sunday
ST JOHN BAPTIST Da. I-A 81X8
Parana Lefevre
Sunday Maaam 8:30 and 8:30 a.m.
Week uaya Maw 8 30 Mon Thura
rrl and Bat. Firm Frldav maw 8.00 a m
Hnlv Day Mama- 8:0a a.m to Stoo
t'. iW fi brldaff urn
Contewlone: 8,30 to 440 and 1st to
1:00 p m. on saturoav
Mlraeulou Medal Novana. frtday lion
Catechurn Claw S 30 p m on Sunday
SI rHKBKSIC-S I Ha
Convert Claw Monday T 40 p.m
Sunday Mass: I 00 a.m.
Holy Day Mam 3:30 p.m
Confessions Saturday 4:30 to 7:30 p.m
1'hursday before Firat Friday 8 30 pm.
roi.rhlmi Clam '3:15 o m on Sunday
Sacred Heart Nnvene- 7 00 om or
Friday
Convart CTaaa 8:30 P.m on Thuradav
ATLANTIC SID
ST JOSEPH'S Colon
iv I
Holy Pay Maaam- :4 ana. ami a.m
ind, '':.
Contamiona aaiuraay. a:w :uv ana
:00 to 8:00 p.m
Miraculous MeOal Noveha Wednaadat
IS and 7 :00 p.m
Sacred Heart Novana Friday l p.m
Sunday Evening Services 7:00 p.m
Convarl Clasa 7:18 p.m an Mondays
and Thursday
Catechism ciata aunuay iv:ia a.m to
1:4a am :oo Pm to ami pm
first Friday Exposition of Moat Bless.
ed Sacrament
all da
aV Hepnaltlnn al 5:30
m Saturday morntni
a
First Saturday Devotion to out Lady
f Fatlma Tha Holy Rosary 5:00 am
First Communion Instructions for chil
dren Mondays and Thursdays 8:00 lo
f-00 o.m
MIRACULOUS MEDAL Cristobal
Sunday Masses 7W0, 8 00 and 10:30 a m
Holv Dav Masses- 8'00 s-00 a.m and
:15 p.m
Confessions. Baturday 4H to a and
COO to 8 00 p m aftai Rosary each eve eve-ilng,
ilng, eve-ilng, Mlraeulou Medal Woven: 3:13 and
1:00 om. on Monday,
Catechism Claw Arte 8:00 Mam an
Sunday
First Friday Exposition all day during
tne scnooi rear.
First Saturday; Mas at 8:00 am
HOLT PA MIL V CHURCH In Margarita
Sunday Musses: yu. pau, u:u a lb
First Saturday Mam: ... 8:00 em
Weekday Masses: ...... 8:00 a.m
Saturday .740 p.m. to 1:00 p.m
Miraculous Medal Novena 7:00 pm
Holy Say Mass' 7:30 am 1:15 pm
Confession k :48 pm to 4:41 p.m
every Monday
arih Family Roaary and
Benediction 740 p.m
every Wednesday
Discussion Inquiry Oroup 1:30 p.m.
every Friday
1st Frldav Devotion ... 7 00 o.m
tst Sturr!T Devotion .. 7:08 p.m.
ST VINCKMTS Bambow City
Sunday Mune- 8 -30 em and 340
itn.
Holy Day Masses: 8:00 am and 841)
am.
Contasaions t oo to 340 and ItSO to
lot pm Saturday.
baiasniarn cuiw io:t a m. on ounda;
Lnnvan Clssn every Monday
xm.
Miraculous Medal Novana i 740 p.ra
m TutMdty.
MtBTsftEf HmH Manama f M am .sat mak
ay IWmjr
IMMACULATS CONCEPTfQN-Oarta
Mundav Maw 8:15 am
Holy Dav Maaa a -OA
Confasalonat 8:8ft to too pm, an Set.
Cthltn Claw ti am nn Mrmnav
uwsi uui tir uinid COUNSEL
Sunday Maaam. 7.40 and 840
io a m.
and 8:011
noiy fay ssssaaa- a rsi a.m ai
am -
ConiMlon Saturday ar (p .m and
liter an avening oevouuns.
Baptism by appointment
'Mlraeulou Medal Nirvana r 740
n Tiitsday. ., it,
Ssared Heart Novana i 740 pm an
Sunday Sehooli 8:80 p.m. on Suriday
Rellglou Instruction Clam for Chll-
or en, e.w pm. on inursoay
He.
eUelou Inatruetlon for aitutrs ilw
durted In Spanish) 140 p.m on Man.
gay
Convart Instruction bp appointment

Episcopal

The Bt StovH Hebei ttaedaa. S.T D
fba Very Rev Maw art t Patot-eoa.
S.T.B. Dana
AMOn
THE PATHEIIRAL Of ST. LURfc
. SUNDAYS:
SUNDAYS
7 JO am Holy communion.
8:15 a.m Chuieh School I Holv Com
munion 3rd Sunday i ..
8;80 a m Santa communion Ira sun
day -f-
kuurla Uumiliu
Silt i u
ii -oo am Mornina Fraver and Set
mon. Holy Cummunhm 1st Sunday
1 40 p.m : pvenin tarvtca.
' :WSWNSDAVB
tMtii, Moly -Onrnmunlon.
Won Fvemna fnvw
HOLY DA ib
iM ajt. tioiy Conimunlon:
a -S am Holv- CwnrtiurdDn ., .
I &AU.T
s i. m Mornln Praym. -.-
i40 Ml da Miaaionarv- Prayer.
COCOU
Church u at Andrew
The Rev William W Baldwin.
Priest to Charge
SUNDAYS
Holy Communion ......... 740 am
Family prayer and
Church School 840 sm
lAlsc. Holy Communion 2nd
Morning Prayer & Sermon 11.00 a.m
Sunday each month.
WEDNESDAYS
Holy Communion .A...... 8:00 am
COttOtAX
Chapel at rh Uovd Shepherd
Tha Rav Clarence W Hayaa,
Priest In Charie
FRIDAYS
8:00 am Morning prayer,
(H.C tint Friday each Month).
0AMBOA
St Stmon'a Chunk
rhe Rev John Spear Priest In Charge
Choral Eucharist and 8cr-
iUNDAYS
mon 7:00 am
Church School 8:00 pm
Episcopal Voung Cnttrchmen 5:00 pre
Evensong and Sermon 7:00 pm
MONDAYS. TUESDAY
tnd FRIDAYS
Morning Prayer and Holy
Communion .. 8:00 am
Evanlng Prayer 7:00 p.m
. Woman's Auxiliary, 2nd and
WEDNESDAYS at THURSDAYS
Holy Communion 7:00 am
Morning Prayer 8:00 am
Evening Praver 7:00 om
iAl'UHUAVS
family Eucharist B:aum
Offle of Compline ........ 340 p.m
LA BOCA
81 Peter's Church
Tha Rav. John Spear. Priest In Chm
Worntna rrayei ana vnurca
School :00 am
mon 10:30 a.m
Confirmation Class ...... 8:30am
:Ch0,'r h"!,nd. B f.,,A
Holy Baptism ...i 18:04 noon
Evensong and Addrasa ..... 7 40 pm
3rd MONDAYS
Woman's Auxiliary 7:30 p.m
THURSDAYS or FEAST DAYS
Holy Communion 3 40 s.m
PALO StX'O
Chapel of the Holy Comforter
Ven L B Shirley. Priest In Charge
THURSDAYS
3 ;30 a m. Holy Communion.
MARGARITA
Church of St. Margaret
Eapave and Braios Blvd.
The Rev, Edwin C. Webster
SUNDAYS
7:30 a.m. Holy Communion.
3:30 a.m. cnurcn scnooi service.
II :00 a.m. Morning Prayer (Holy
Communion firat Sunday ol
the month I
THURSDAYS and HOLY DAYS
9:00 a.m. Holy communion.
PARA ISO
The Rev Allan R, WOntt,
Priest In Charge
The Rev. David A Osborne
viear Emeritus 1
SUNDA''
4:00 ...i. Chorai Kucrurist ermot
9:30 a.m Infant Baptism. ;
i.VO i Church School
5:00 u.m Youth Fellowship
lid mi EvmisiiiiI! and Addreaa
2nd and 4th WEDNESDAYS
i.30 nm woman Auxiliary ana ai
la- Utilld Meeting
PANAMA CITY
St Paul's Church
lh vtn Lemuel B Shlnay, tteetor
The Rev. Carlton O. Morale. Asst.
ii.NL--
(.00 a.m Holy Comm.inlon
9 0t .71 Sung Eucharist Sermon
0:45 ni Mnmlns Praver and Churcr
School
i3:00 hk i Holy Baptism
7 00 '..m Solemn Vesper
theio Bulldm 131; f
TUES1IAVP 3
8:3U i n noiy t,ommuninr
7:30 om Evening Prayer and Sermon
WEDNESDAYS
o :uu nt noiy communion
7:00 u n. Evanlna Praver
lHIJRS.iAYe AND FRIDAYS
I 30 rii Holv Cnmmunlcai
HOLY DAYS
li am Holv Communion
CHRIST CHURCH BY-THF.-8F.A
. CoWn, ,P.
(Opposite,. Hotel. Washington!
The Rev. J. Peter Farmer, Rector
The Rev. Henry A. Blsjke, Assistant
SUNDAY
8:00 a.m. Holy Communion
7:30 p.m. Solemn Evensong & Sermon
8:30 a.m. Morning Prayer
8:00 a.m. Choral Eucharist and Sermon
10:30 a.m. Church School
MONDAY. TUESDAY THURSDAY
5:40 a.m. Morning Prayer
8:00 am. Holy Communion
5:00 p.m. Evening Prayer
WEDNESDAY
8:40 a.m. Morning Prayer
8:00 a.m. Holy Communion
7:30 p.m. Evening Prayer 4b Addres
-. '4 i r". i
FRIDAY
8:40 am.. Morning Prayer
5:00 p.m. Evening Prayer 1 . (
9:00 a.m. Children's Eucharist
SATURDAY' T
8:40 a.m. Morning Prayat'
8:00 a m. Holy Communion
540 p.m. Evening Prayer
7:30 p.m. Office .at Compllna.
RIO ABAJU
Bt Christopher' Choree:
loth Street, rerque Lefevra
The Rev Clarence W Hayaa,
Priest In Charge
The Bav Clarence A CragwsD,
Amlstanl
SUNDAYS
8:00 am Holy Communion.
7 sn a m Suna Eucharist and BX rmon
10 ltd a m Morning Praver and Church
School.
1340 noon Holy Baptism. -3:30
p.m Bvenaong iand Besiwun.
MONDAYS i
7:80 p.m If! and Ird. Woman's Airxt.
Ilarp.
TUESDAYS
8:80 pm Jualar Daughtarts af the
! n.m Youth TeUnwohln.
- WEDNESDAYS
840 a m Holy Communlo

( 00 pm Evanlng Prayer and Rellglou
, Ins true lien
fHURSDAf 8 w- i

oo p m Girts Friendly Society,
-3 00 pm 1st an
.81
3rd. ilngletona.
SATURDAYS
8:30 am Junior Confirmation Clam
t 'Othci Churches'
l; churcv or nts naeakkns
' 848 Frangipam St Aneuu CA
Rev Elmer 0 Nelaea Pastor
Boa 887 Balboa, CX fal 1880
Sunday School 8:4 am
Worship Service 10:48 am
Touth 8ervlee 8:48 pm
Evangelistic Service ....... 7:30 .m
Prayer Sarviea Wad. ,.. TiSO p.m
, METHODIST
Sunday i 3 am Panama Wesley
10:30 a.m Sundav Scnooi.
7:15 p.m Evangelical Sarviea
ana Sermon,
Sunday 7 a.m. Paraiao -.
" 10 am Paraiao Sunday School
" 7:16 p.m. Paraiao Evangelical
Service.
METHODIST NOTICES
Sunday, Oct. 19th 8 am Rev. Victor
John Wataon B.D. 7 p.m. Mr. A. A.
Lovell.
Monday, Oct 20th 8:30 p.m. Prepa Preparation
ration Preparation Class. Mr. Geo. Mitchell. 7:30
p,m. Prayer meeting Mr. Pearl Ford.
Tuesday. Oct. 21st 7:;
League. Mrs, K. King.
Friday 7:30 p.m. Choil
iueay, vex. zist tm pm. utris
olr Practice.
CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE
Mount -Hope, Canal Zone
1 across from Mt. Hope RR Station)
Rev. Ralph Hysong, Pastor
Box 5019 Margarita, C.Z.
Phone 3-2470
Sunday School 9:45 a.m.
Morning Worship 11:00 a.m.
Evangelistic Service 7:30 p.m.
Prayer Service, Wed 7:30 p.m.
NATIONAL BAPTIST CHURCH
Panama H P lro Street test
atov b N Brown, Minister
Divine Worship a 30 am
Sundav School 3:00 p.m
Sunday Masses 7. 7:45 11:45
Rio Abajo, RJ.
Sunday School
3:00 pm
JtHOVAHb WlTNtSSEB
MveUnits Thursday at 7 30 pa. ana
iundavr l 4.0C pm Win Memorial
404 Raihu Road Balboa
CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST OP
LATTER DAY SAINTS (Mormon)
Chapel on Balboa Road
Priesthood Meeting Sunday 840 am
Sunday School. Sundav 10 00 a.m.
Sacrament Meeting. Sunday 6:00 o.m
Relief Society. Tuesday 9 00 a.m.
MIA Wednesday 7:30 pm
Primary; Thursday 4 40 p.m.
Telephone Balhna 4227
Atlantle Branch
Building 200, Schoolhouse Road. Gatun
Sundav School, sundav v:ou a.m
Sacrament Meeting; Sunday 11:00 am
CURUNDU PROTESTANT CHURCH
"A Warm Hearted Church"
Milton K Leldlg. Minister
Phone Res 83-7118 Of. 83-3105
Sunday School 8:30 am
I A claw for every age)
Morning Worship 11 :00 .m
Youth Fellowship 8:00 p.m
Eevenlng Worship 7:00 p.m
Prayer and Prafs (Wed ) 7:00 p.m
A church nursey in provided.
OLt LAI'HOLR CHUMCH
St Raphael Me Archangel
13th St Want No 1
Holy giucharlati Sunday ai itM am
Tuesday. Wednesdays end Thurdav
40 am
Sacrament ol Unction i Healing am
tee First Sunday cl each month
7 40. o.m -K
Mount HaUbel Christian Chore
Panama I F
Hi Ke T jB'D D D Bishop
officiating
Morning devotion 8:00 a m
Fellowship Worship 11:00 a. m
Sunday School 3:00 p.m
CHRIST ADELPHI AN BIBLE MISSION
8104 8th and J. Arosemena, Col6n
SUNDAY
Memorial Service 10 40 a.m.
Sunday School 8:00 p.m. Are you
Bible Lecture 10:00 a.m.
MONDAY
Arlnlt Bible Clasa 7:30 o.m.
Your Bible Teaches That Christ is
Coming and will Reign on Earth
Are You Ready
BAHAI'B CENTER
64 Firat Sireel
Urbanlzaeloo El Carman, Panama Cm
iiitormai Tala and Discussion
rhursdays 8o P-m
Colon, 8th A Front Street
(upstairs American Baaaar)
Studv Classes.., ... Thursday. '-30 p.ra
BETHEL MISSION CHURCH
Espalaba St., Paralso, C.Z.
Rev Waldaba, H Stewart, Pastor
Sunday. 11:00 a.m Worahlp Service
3:00 p.m: Sunday School.
1:15 p m Gospel Service.
Monday: 7:30 Young People's Society
Wednesday! 7:30 Mid-week Christian
Fellowship,
Thursday: 8:00 ChoL Rehearsal.
Frloayt 7:30 Women's Missionary So Society.
ciety. Society.
THE CHURCH OF GOD
15 St. Parque Lelevre, Rio Abajo
A. J. Anvick Overseer
Sis. C. Weeks, Pastor
Sunday Morning Worship 11:30
Sunday School 3:00 p.m.
Sunday Night Service 7:30.
, I r 1 1 . C ..... I KM ..U M n A m
rvevna osiyar, tiiguv, m v u
Wednesday and Friday.
THE CHURCH OF GOD
16th SU (Monte Oscuro Rd.)
Rio Abalo
Rev. William J. Johnson Pastor
Sunday School 9:30 a.m
Morning Worship 1040 a.m.
Sunday Night Service .... 7:30 pm
THE CHURCH OF GOD
7038 Eighth St., Colon
Mrs. L. C. Donaldson, Pastor
Sunday School 9:30 am
Morning Worship ......... 18:30 a.m
Sunday Night Service .... 7:30 p.m
THE CHURCH OF GOD
New Providence,
Mrs. M. Hlnes Pastor
Sunday School 10:00 a m
Morning Worahlp 11:00 a.m
Sunday Night Service 7:30 p.m
FIRST CHURCH OF GOD
Cor. Jamaica Trinidad Sta.
Rainbow City
Rev. William Livingston, Paster
Sunday School 9:80 a.m
Morning Worship 10:30 a.m.
Sunday Night Service .... 7:30 p.m.
COMMUNITY CHAPEL
Diablo Heights,. C.Z. -(near
Diablo school)
Rev. Carl V. Thompson, Minister
Box 88. Diablo Height C.Z.
Phones: Home. Gamno git
Church Balboa 4271
Sunday School 1040 am
Worahlp Service 11:00 a.m
Youth Service 7:00 pm
Evangelistic, Service ...... :80 in
Wednesday i, Bible Study -
and Prayer Service 7:80 pm
Lutheran
REDEEMER LUTHERAN CHURCn
Balboa Road at Wight Street
atev, Robert F Oasalrk, Paalor
P.O. Boa 668. Balboa.
Sunday School. Bible Clam t a.m.
Divine Service 10:18 a.m
Holy Communion, first Sunday el the
month.
Atlantle Side ."-'t-
Coco Solo Chapel
Mr. Frederick B, llllck. Tlcar
Divine Service 11 a.m.
Holy Communion, last Sunday of th
month,

Jewish

jawtta Welfare award Hid ihl.x l
duca Aoau Balboa. C-R Rfbbl Naihar
witau, uiiactor
tarvto Friday 140 pm Baturnav
; pro '-
tSaa uatlng ol aawuh rvie
oat Bases and Sutionai
conji stint Kin Kol Sheanth laraai Ave
uue Cub and 38th Btreet Bella Vista
Punamt City Serloee 8:08 p m
Pos.s and Bases
PACIFIC SIDE
Protestant
FORT AMADOR
Junior Church Sunday School 9:00
Morning Worship. i0:oo
Church-time Nursery School... I0:u0
Fellowship Hour n ow
Sunday School r. 9 00
Morning Worahlp io:30
xoutn fellowship 6:30
U.S. NAVAL STATION, RODMAN
Sunday School ... 9:3d
Morning Worship 11:00
(Holy Communion Firat Sun Sunday
day Sunday of Month) -FORT
CLAYTON
Sunday School (Bldg. 126) ... 9 00
Morning Worahlp 10:15
Youth Fellowship Sunday 7:00
ALBROOK AIR FORCE BASE
Sunday School 9:30
Morning Worship 9:30 & 10:45
Youth Fellowship 6:30
Adult Bible Class Monday ... 7:30
Young People's Instruction
Tuesday 6:30
15th ND HEADQUARTERS CHAPEL
Morning Worship '.... 9:0C
(Holy Communion First Sun Sunday
day Sunday of Month)
Catholic
?ORT AMADOR
Dally Masa 4:15
Sunday Masses 8:30 & 11:30
Confessions Saturday 6:30
FORT KOHBE
Daily Maas 15
S""?.aL .asses Sot,HUnv a'nn 7 -to
Catechism Class Wednesday 4:00 1
U.S.
naval station, kuuihab
Sunday Mass
.9:30
FORT CI
LAYTOM
Dally Mass
6:00
7:00
8 :30
8:00
Saturday Mas
Sunday Maa
Confessiona Saturday 7:00
COROZAL
Sunday Mass 1 0 Ju
ALBROOK. AIM rum-c. do
Dally Mass
a...., Man
6:00
7:00
Sunday Masses 7:45 & 12:00
Kimriav Mall (Soanilh) 7
Novena Services Tuesday
Confessions Saturday ...
7:00
7:00
Jewish
Fort Kobbe Saturday
nsn..iWB Balboa Friday
Albrook. Air Force Saturday 4:00
USO-JWB, Balboa Saturday .. 5:30
ATLANTIC SIDE
Protestant
FORT GULICK
Sunday smuxrt
Morning Worship
Coffee Call ...
9:30
10 :4f.
10:30
10:30
Church Nursery
cat
alhollc
FORT GUUCK
Dally Mass
Saturday Mass ; ;".' :,n
Sunday Masses 8 :30 9 iu
Confessions Saturday 12:00 12:30
6 :80 7 .30
Jewish
FORT GULICK
Tuesday
ATLANTIC SIDE
Protestant
7:15
FORT DAVIS
Sunday School Bldg. M ....
Morning Worship .
Prayer Fellowship -Dldg. 253
Tnocrtav
9:00
10:30
7:i)
KYHB Wednesday -Post hapel 6:3li
Choir Practice Wednesday
Pnt Chanel 7:30
iliUT (illl.lCK
Rnnrinv Scnooi v-"!
Mnnlnl WorshlD 10:45
Vnuth Fellowship. Sunday .... 8:30
Bible Study, Wednesday 7:30
Ladles Chapel Guild. 1st Thurs. !:J
U NAVAL STATION. COCO BOIO
Sunday scnooi
Mornina Worship H
Holy Communion First Sunday
ef Month)
Catholic
FORT DAVIS
Daily Mass
Sunday Mass
Confessions: Saturday
Sunday
7:00
9:30
6:00
8:45
FORT GULICK
Sunday Masses :so ana :au
Daily Mass 4:30
Saturday Mass U:30
Confessions (Sat.) 12:00 and 6,30
US NAVAL SlAIIOIM. Coco ooio
Dall Mass 4;uu
Saturday Mas 8:30
Sundav M ;0
COCO SOL1TO
Sunday Maa
Jewish
FORT GULICK
Tuesday :
Greek Orthodox
Greek Orthodox service are conduct
ed at the Church of the Anunclatlon.
Via Bellnario Porra. San rrancico ae
la Caleta. Panama City, R.P., and at
the Church of St. Anthony, Avenldn
Melender. Colon. R.P.. on alternate Sun
call the Office of the Army Chaplain
at 9:30. For further Information
Seventh Day
Adventist
Weekly Services in all church
aa follows:
SATUKDAY:
Sabbath, School 9:30 a.m.
Divine Service 11:00 a.m.
, Youth's Meeting 4:30 pm.
Bible Study and Prayer Service
7;.U D.m
Pacific Side Panama
Pastor FR. Archbold Tel. 28-3-3890
Cabo Verde. Ave. J.F. de la Ossa No.
17.
Chorrlllo 25th. No. 27.
Pueblo Nuevo 2.A St. between 3rd
and 4th Sta.
Rio Abajo 11th St. No. 27
Gam bo and FrIJoles
Pastor W. H. Waller Tel. 6-580
Pastor A. A. Grlizle Tel. 6-102
Spanish Churches Pacific Side Panama
Pastor Daniel Moncaaa iei. zs-j-
6176.
Panama, Cane Darten no 3.
Pedregal at Nuevo Giarare.
Atlantle Side
Pastor G. A. Jeffrie Tel. 3-2108
Cristobal English 16th A Bolivar
Ave.
Colon 3rd St.
Pastor Manuel Calderort Tel. 3-2108
Cristobal Spanish 16th & Bolivar
Ave.
Central orrie
0844 Gavllan Road, Balboa Tel
2-1859 t 2-3531.
Listen' To
The OAS
"(Pa narnencan
(Record Show
12:30 p.m.
HOC-YCN
N Every Sunday

The 937th Engineer Companyied substantially to local headline

(Aviation) HAGS) will mark its
Organization Dy on Feb. 15.
The unit wes activated as the
537th Engineer Aviation Detach Detachment
ment Detachment at Fort Belvoir, Va., in 1952
to provide air support for the Inter
American Geodetic Survey, which
had been in operation in Central
and South American countries
since Aoril 1946. The 537th was re redesignated
designated redesignated as the 937th during
1953.
Although a relatively new orga organization
nization organization in United States Army
Caribbean, the 937th has contribnl--
PROTESTANT
Curundu
. The second film in a series of
six on the "Life of St. Paul" will
be shown tomorrow evening at 7
p.m. in the Curundu Protestant
Church. The film will answer the
question of what the great Apos
tie did after his conversion Texpo Texpo-rience
rience Texpo-rience and before his first mis missionary
sionary missionary journey with Barnabis.
Included in the service will be a
vocal and trumpt duet by Dr. and
Mrs. Harold Adolph. The congic
gation will enjoy a good time of
singing the old familiar hymns ol
the church. This service is open 1
to the public.
Tomorrow morning at 9:30 is
graded Sunday School for every!
member of the family. In the
Morning worship service tne
choir will sing under the direc direction
tion direction of the choir director, Mrs.
Harold Adolph. The selection is.
"The Heaven's Are Telling." The
pastor will deliver the third mes message
sage message on the general theme of suf suffering.
fering. suffering. This message is entitled
"Suffering For Christ's Sake" and
is based on Colossians 1:24.
The youth groups will meet at
6 p.m. under the direction of a a-dult
dult a-dult sponsorers. Grades tour
throuen hish school meet, in their
groups.
ST. PETERS
Choral communion will be held :
at St. Peter's Church in La Boca
tomorrow momng 10:30, with a
pries, supplied by I he district of officiating,
ficiating, officiating, as the Rev. John Spear,
pries: in charge, is presently re re-cuperat
cuperat re-cuperat ng ai home from a brief
illness.
During the lenten season, sta stations
tions stations of the cross will be said
each Friday evening at 7.
ST. PAUL'S CHURCH
In obset vance of the Firs Sun Sundav
dav Sundav in lpnt thn services at St.
Paul's Church will be at tbVfoll
lowing hours:
6:00 a.m. Holy Communion;
7:30 a.m. Santa Comunion;
8:00 a.m. Morning Prayer;
9:00 a.m. Solemn Eucharist
and Sermon; 12:00 noon Holy
Baptism and 7:00 p.m. Even Evensong
song Evensong and Sermon,
On Monday evenings during
Lent there wil' be a Devotional'
evening for Youth at 7 p.m.
Tuesdays at 7:30 a.m. School of
Re!;gion sponso-ed by the De Department
partment Department of Christian Education
will be held a' the Cathedral o
St. Luke, Ancon.
On Wednesday, at 7 p.m. there
will be litany and prne'ential of office,
fice, office, followed by a confirmation
class.
Thursday at 7 p.m. Bble Teach Teaching
ing Teaching Service.
Friday at 7 p.m. Slations of the
Cross, Saturday evening at 6:30
p.m.; Comoline.
The public, is rord ally inviled.
CHRISTIAN SCIENCE
God's great healing and saving
power will be brought out at
Christian 6cience services Sun
tday.
Scriptural selections will in include
clude include the following from Mat
thew (14:14): 'And Jesus went
forth, and saw a great multitude
and was moved with compassion
$3'2 Million Loan
Granted Costa Rica
By World Bank
WASHINGTON, Feb. 14 (UPD (UPD-The
The (UPD-The World Bank today extended
a $3,500,000 loan to promote agri agricultural
cultural agricultural and Industrial develop-
ment in Costa Rica
The loan was made to the Cos
ta R'can Central Bank for relend-
ing to private individuals and en
terprises through the country's com
mercial banks.
The bank said that about $2,500, $2,500,-000
000 $2,500,-000 wil be used to import agricul agricultural
tural agricultural machinery, equipment and
matrials. The other $1,000,000 wil
be allocated to Imports for stor storage
age storage and processing plants and
light industry.
The new loan will help the bank
carry out a reledning program
which got underway in 1952 and
was helped in 1956 with a 3,000, 3,000,-D00
D00 3,000,-D00 loan from the bank.
The bank said the program has
contributed significantly to agri agricultural
cultural agricultural output and to develop development
ment development of light industry in Costa
Rica.
Of the $3,500,000, a total of $1, $1,-510,000
510,000 $1,-510,000 will be put up by e ght
private U.S. banks without the
World Bank's guarantee.
TB DEATHS DROPPED
GENEVA (UPI) Deaths
ctused by tuberculosis dropped
roughly 50 per cent from 1952 to
1957, the World Health turganiza turganiza-tion
tion turganiza-tion (WHO) announced y e a t e r
day. A report said, the drop was
attributable mainly t the use of
new drugi,

events. Flying and maintaining the
42 authorized U. S. Army aircraft
throughout Latin Amer', the u
nit is engaged in the unique mis mission
sion mission of providing aerial support

for a, collaborative mapping pnH
gram embracing an area oi some
eight million square miles and in including
cluding including Mexico and 16 republics
of Central and South America and
the Caribbean Archipelago.
Aviators of the company are fre frequently
quently frequently called upon to participate
in search, res-cue and evacuation
mission. These occasions, while
frequently hazardous and always

CHURCHES

toward them, and he healed their
sick."
Subject of the Lesson-Sermon is
"Soul" a word which, when capi capitalized,
talized, capitalized, is used in Christian Sci Science
ence Science as one of the synonyms for
God. From "Science and Health
with Key to the Scriptures" by
Mary Baker Eddy will be read
the following (210:11-16):
"Knowing that Soul and its at attributes
tributes attributes were forever manifested
through man, the Master healed
the sick, gave sight to the blind,
hearing to the deaf, feet to the
lame, thus bringing to light he
scientific action of the diviri'
Mind on human minds and bodies
aiand giving a better understanding
of Soul and salvation."
The Golden Text is from
Psalms (62:1): "Truly my soul
waiteth upon God: from him com com-eth
eth com-eth my salvation."
Show Your Love By

8:30 Spanish SUNDAY SCHOOL English 9:30
A good piace to study the Bible Is in our graaed Sunday
Scaooi. y"ou will find a class for every member of your
family and a nursery for your babies. We invite you to
come and attend, then make your decision. The founda foundation
tion foundation of our teaching is the Word of God. Every class Is
taught the Truth using the best educational procedures.
If you-are new lrf the Zone We'invitf yM.
11:00 "SUFFERING FOR CHRIST'S SAKE''
Don't miss this third message on the general theme? of
suffering. What does Colosslan 1:24 mean to you? Listen
to a message based on this verse. What part should suf suffering
fering suffering have in the life of the Christian? What are some
of the causes for which believers must suffer?
6:00 JET CADETS and HIGH SCHOOL
7:00 FILM "THE LIFE OF ST. LAUL"
The 2nd film in a series of six. You can learn much
more about Paul by seeing this film. What did Paul do
between his conversion and his first missionary journey?
Every Christian should know the life and work of the

great Apostle to the Gentiles. Friends and visitors are.

invited to take advantage of this opportunity. Special
music and congregational singing.
AMPLE PARKING FRIENDLINESS 1- EV ANGELICA'
NURSERY
MISSIONARY GOSPEL CENTERED

ty -mm
'Srl!t
never
alone
WITH JESUS
BY YOUR SIDE
To the lonely and broken brokenhearted,
hearted, brokenhearted, He extends a
special invitation to
attend
these
services
THE END OF

FRIENDLY CHURCH
8:20 10:40 MORNING WORSHIP
"RETRIBUTION FOR SIN"
Is God .lust in visiting punishment for sin? Did Herod
deserve to be eaten by worms? Acts 12 gives the oth other
er other side of Gods' love as the life of Peter and Herod
are given in contrast.
CHILDREN'S CHAPEL Robert Snyder 10:40
9:30 SUNDAY SCHOOL (Classes lor all ages)
Why continue in ignorance of the full teachlnz of
the Word of God when the entire family can study
the Bible? Safe, sane, and challenging teaching will
bring a fulness to your dally life. This is what you've
been looking for.
6:30 BAPTIST TRAINING UNION
You learn by doing. Over 200 people engage in mak making
ing making practical Christian truth studied in the Bible.
7:30 "THE t)00R INTO HEAVEN"
Revelation 4 makes clear that heaven is a place and
only those arrive there who came by Christ Jesus.
A series oh the book of Revelation.
BELIEVER'S BAPTISM
MISSION MINDED EVANGELICAL
feVERYONE WELCOME NURSERIES PROVIDED

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newsworthy, are generally no
more exciting to the flyers than
their everyday occupation of fly flying
ing flying over vast jungle and mountain
areas in support of the mapping
operations being conducted by. the
InU American Geodetic Survey.
Helicopter and fixed wing aircraft
fly daily throughout Latin Ameri America
ca America transporting survey crews, sup supplies
plies supplies and equipment to remote
and otherwise inaccessible map mapping
ping mapping areas. With the limited land landing
ing landing facilities available In most a a-reas
reas a-reas of operation, this type of fly flying
ing flying requires considerable skill and
courage. Trained as light aircraft
specialists, most of the company's
personnel are graduates of the Ar Army
my Army Aviation School at Fort Ruck Ruck-er,
er, Ruck-er, Ala.
Because of the far-flung activi activities
ties activities of the organization, logistical
support is a constant challenge.
Aircraft of the 937th Engineer Co.
(Aviation), presently assigned,
from San Antonio, Texas (in sup
port of the IAGS Mexico project),
to the far readies of South Ameri America,
ca, America, are maintained in tha field by
enlisted mechanics. When more
than minor maintenance it requir required,
ed, required, aircraft are brought to the Can Canal
al Canal Zone where they are turned ov over
er over to Transportation Corps spa
cialists who perform all fourth
echelon repairs. Major rebuild
and overhaul work is accomplish accomplished
ed accomplished on all aircraft every two or
three years by a civilian contrac contractual
tual contractual firm in San Jose, Costa Rica.
Constant communication is main maintained
tained maintained with most of the projects
through a radio network whose
main station is located in the com company's
pany's company's headquarters at Fort Kob Kobbe.
be. Kobbe. Operational orders, requisitions
for supplies and flight control are
but a few of the items which com comprise
prise comprise the traffic of this busy network.

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Da.
It ia not the love of man
for woman as solemnized in
marriage.
BUT it ia the love of God for
man as demonstrated in the
atoning death of Christ on
the cross for your sins and
for mine.
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TBI PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER
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Panama

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Plays Cub- In First Game;
Venezuela vs. Puerto Rico

CARACAS, Feb. 11 (UPI) Panama and Cuba
meet in today's first game of the 11th Caribbean
Baseball Series and Puerto Rico and Venezuela play

in the nightcap.
Last night Cuba edged Puerto
Rico 1-0 and Venezuela slaugh slaughtered
tered slaughtered Panama 14 5 as Cuba and
Venezuela remained in a first first-place
place first-place tie with three wins and one
loss apiece. Puerto Rico has a 2-2
record while Panama's mark is
0-4
Bud Black, who will start for
Panama, will be opposed by Tom
LaSorda. Puerto Rico's Ruben i.o
mez has been named to lace Babe
Birrer
Last night Cuba scored the only
run of the game in the first inning
on a double and a single as Or Orlando
lando Orlando Peiia limited Puerto Rico. to
five hits in picking up his first se series
ries series win. ...
Lloyd Merritt allowed nine hits
and went the distance for the loss.
Hillsdale Seeks
7th Straight
Stakes Victory
By ALEX KAHN
ARCADIA, Calif. (UPD-Hills-dale,
riding the crest of a fabu fabulous
lous fabulous winning streak, heads a field
of 13 thoroughbreds entered in
today's $50,000 added San An
tonio Handicap at Santa Am.a.
The favorite son and greatest
horse ever bred in In liana also
qualified as the luckiest. Despi-o
his six straight stakes victories,
Hillsdale got into the mile and au
cinhth San Antonio with but 1M1
pounds because Round Table
ducked the issue when assigned
135 pounds. I
And Hillsdale's luck continued I
with the prospects of a sunny da
an', a fast track. Like Round1
Table, Hillsdale can't handle a;
muddv track. But rainstorms tai-j
lier in the week cleared awa'y
and the track dried out quickly.'
Hillsdale s cniet compcuinm
may come from a filly, C.V.
Whitney's Bug Brush, who ran
out of opportunity, in the distaff
ranks after She wjfei, three
straight 'stages -JfenrJ (farmed to
run against the boys.
Bug Brush' won her last st;a,f,
the $50,000 Santa Margarita Han Handicap,
dicap, Handicap, with 126 pounds and her
113-pound impost Saturday makes
hrr a formidable threat to Hills Hillsdale.
dale. Hillsdale. Others entered are Terrang,
the game six-year-old who lovs
Santa Anita's track; Scanoen,
Jewel's Reward, Eddie Schmidt,
Fleet Nasrullali, Bounty 3ay,
Whodunit, Solid Fleet and the
Searcher.
The -fevered
.
life and
tormented
times of
Barbara
30c.
3 Graham...
and every
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shame,
word...
is true!

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SUSAN XIa
HAYIVARD) Xwf 1

TODAY Midnight Show!
AT CARY GRANT SOFIA LOREN, en
11:00 p.m. "PRIDE AND PASSION"

In the second game Venezuela
scored four runs in the first inning
which chased starter and loser
Dick Donnelly from the mound. In
the second they plated another
marker with reliever Bill Slack on
the hill.
Panama got in a run in the bot bottom
tom bottom of the second to make the
count 5-1 and it was 5-4 in Vene Venezuela's
zuela's Venezuela's favor after Ken Hunt

blasted a three-run homer in the
tliirrt
Venezuela made a joke out of the
contest however, when they tallied
six times in the fifth, twice in the
eighth and once in the ninth. Pan Panama's
ama's Panama's final run crossed the plate in
the ninth.
Venezuela pounded out 22 hits
off four Panama .pitchers to tie a
record for one team in a series
fame, while the losers got 13 safe safeties.
ties. safeties. The 35 "total hits in the game
was another record.
Lefty Dave Hoskins turned in
a route-going job for the victory.
The
line scores:
FIRST GAME
I Cuba UK) 000 0001 9
pnrl Rim 000 000 0000 5
1
1
! Peria and Brown; Merrit
I Thomas.
and
SECOND GAME
Venezuela 410 060 20114 22 2
Panama 013 000 001 5 13 1
Hoskins and Jones; Donnelly,
Slack (1), Clarke (5), Arthur (8)
and Peden.
ISTHMIAN LITLE LEAGUE
Wednesday the Isthmian Lit!!"
League resumed their activities
after the earnival holidays, in a
lopsided game Tivoli Motors
trounced Nehi 14 to 4.
Thursdav C.B.S. handed Elga a
17 to 3 eatina and on Friday Ne
hi edged Mutual of Omaha in a
slugfest 11 to 10.
Today the firs' double header
i of the season will be played Joe-
tween' 3pmmers iparK wnn me
victory and' $io Tosses' and 'C..S.
with the same record at 2.45
p.m. In the nightcap Elga, with
no victories and one defeat, will
go against Tivoli Motors, one vic victory
tory victory and no defeats.
The standings:
Teams
Sommers Sparks
Tivoli Motors
C.B.S.
Nehi
Elga
Mutual Of Omaha
W L Pet. G3
1 0 1000
1 0 1000
1 0 1000
1 1 500 li
0 1 000 1
92 000 2
60c.
TOMORROW

TODAY 1

GREAT WEEK-END
RELEASE

PULITZER
PRIZE-WINNING
CRIME REPORTER
TALKS ABOUT
BARBARA GRAHAM

Pacific

League
Standings
Teams
W L Pet.
9 0 1.000
7 3 .700
Abernathy dnsport
Pan Liquido
Jan zen
5 3
3 8
0 10
.625
.273
.000
Ambassadors
Mariners
Next Games
Feb. 13 Pan Liquido vs A A-becnathy
becnathy A-becnathy Unisport.
Feb. 16 Abernathy Uni. vs
Ambassadors.
Feb. 17 Tan Liquido vs. Jant Jant-zen.
zen. Jant-zen. Feb. 18 Ambassadors vs Ma Mariners.
riners. Mariners. AUSMUS HURLS ONE-HIT
SHUTOUT
Top rated Softball pitcher Al
Ausmus of Ft. Clayton hurled a
one-hit shutout for Abernathy U-
nisport Tuesday. Glud's Mariners
were turned back with their tenth
consecutive loss by a score of 6 6-0.
0. 6-0. John Hobbie of the Mariners al also
so also pitched good ball, giving up
four hits.
Ausmus aided his triumph with
the season's longest homerun t o
deep right field in the second in inning.
ning. inning. Single runs in the third and
fifth and a two-run seventh in inning
ning inning iced Abernathy's ninth win.
Glud's Mariners suffered 13
strike-outs and only two batters
got past firstbase. A glopper dou double
ble double behind lirst base in the fourth
by Skala knocked Ausmus try for
a no-hitter.

Abernathy Unis. AB R H
Taht 2 2 0
Jones 12 0
Flynn 4 00
Woodruff 3 0 2
Hooper 4 10
Ausmus 3 11
Trout 3 00
Chance 2 0 1
De La Mater 2 0 0
Cheney 10 0
Totals 25 6 4
Mariners AB R H
Skandamis 2 0 0
Wight .300
Skala 3 0 1
Dotter 3 0 0
Hobbie 2 0 0
Mungin 2 0 0
Moore 2 0 0
Mahon 2 0 0
To'als 22 0 1

JANTZEN MOVES INTO FIRST
DIVISION
It took Will Nickisher's Jant Jant-zen
zen Jant-zen nine 50 minutes to defeat the
Albrook Ambassado-s on Monday.
Final score was 7-to-2. r
Slow hall artist Carl Simons
improved his win record w'th a
sensat'onal three hiter, n the
fourth.
A murderous lneup o p n e d
guns for ihe red-jersey Jantzen
with a five-run leaI in the first
innms. Nine hits were to'aled a-
eainst losing pitcher Harding of
the coodwillers. As double by R
Nickisher coring two helped the
. r
third-place Jantzen.
The box score:
Ambassadors AB R H
Robbes 3 0 0.
Vargas
Everett
Sullivan
Atkins
Hardmg
BrauTid
Fish
Rodriguez
Totals
1 1
0 0
0 0
1 1
0 1
0 0
0 0
0 0
Jantien AB
2 1
0 0i
Black 3
Carratini 1
Simons 3
Cicero 2
Frazer 1
R. Nick isher 4
Gayer 3
Riley 3
Tochterman 3
W. Nickisher 2
Mead 0
Ca.-r 3
iu
A.L. De-emphasizes
Spring Barnstorming
Exhibition Games
CHICAGO (UPD-The Ameri American
can American League, following the lead of
the National League, de empha emphasized
sized emphasized its spring barnstorming ex
hibition games today almost
th nnint of comolete extinction
American League clubs will
play a total of 226 exhibi'ion
game this spring, but only 20 of
those garnet will be played on
the way home from the teams'
training camp sites in Florida
and Arizona, the league an an-nounced.
nounced. an-nounced. National League clubs also cur curtailed
tailed curtailed their small-town road oper.
ations this spring so that they
will only play 18 such games of a
179-game exhibition total.
DOLL IRISH COACH
SOUTH BEND, Ind. (UPI) -Don
Doll, former Southern Cali California
fornia California star, ha: been named Notre
Dame backfield coach. Doll played
pro ball with the Los Angeles
Rams, Washington Redskins and
Detroit Lions,
ITODA f ENCANTO 35 201
Gregory Peck, In
"TUB BIG COUNTRY"
- and -Robert
Loggia, In
"COP HATER"

AT THE PLATE Amador Trooper shortstop Harry Shaw watches one go by against the Atlantic Fal Falcons
cons Falcons Wednesday afternoon. The Troopers defeated the Falcons 12-0 behind thp one-hit pitching of Bob
Castleman. (U.S. Army Photo)
Amador Beats Army Atlantic
Behind Castleman s 1-Hitter

By OSCAR
NEW YORK (UPI) Pride is the
answer today as to how much
longer 40-year-old Ted Williams
will play baseball.
The American League batting
champion doesn't know himself
how much longer he will continue
to wear the flannels of the Boston
Red Sox. It depends primarily on
how long he continues to hit like
a champion.
When he doesn't, he'll step down.
Ted's current aim is to increase
his standing among the all-time
home run hitters. Momentarily he
is in fifth place and his aim this
year is to move. past fourth phce
Lou Gehrig ana ciose in, aim
pass, if possible, third place Mel
Ott.
Ruth Out Of Reach
Babe Ruth leads them ail with
714 homers and, this, due to al
most five seasons lost because oi
military, service in World War !!
I and the Koreanconflict, is beyond
' tir:n:vn nnh Tint William
Williams' reach. But Williams,
with a couple of good years, could
wind up in second place
Jimmy Foxx is the runner-up
with 534, a mere 52 belts ahead
of the splendid splinter. Two more
seasons might' do it lor Williams.
Panama Area Rifle,
Pistol Matches Set

JWift) Begin March 30

The Panama Area will be the
scene of a competitive rifle and
pistol match beginning March 30,
Headauarters UbAKUAKits an
nounced.
The Panama Area pistol mat
ches will begin March 30-31 and
continue throueh April 1, 2 and 6
Rifle matches will be held April
7-13. These will be conducted
strictly for military personnel on
unit and post level.
Upon completion of these
matches, the USARCARIB com command
mand command competitition will get under underway.
way. underway. The pistol match will be held
ADril ?0-24 and rifle matches are
scheduled from April n unrougn
Mav 1. The command matches
must be completed by May 1, so
a team can be selected to go to
the All-Army championship
matches at Fort Benning, Ga.,
some time during June.
The command competition will
be open to civilian as well as mi-
mary participants, nn hvimuuii
10 i0 compete will he extended
to
personnel of the 15th Naval Dis
trict and Canbben Air Lommana,
to members of the Balboa Gun
Club and reservist who is interest interested
ed interested in firing.
MISSION ARRIVES IN IRAN
KARACHI, Pakistan (UPI)
A U.S. mission headed by-Adm.
Arthur W. Radford, former chair
man of the Joint Chiefs of Stall,
arrived from Iran yesterday to
study American military aid to
Pakistan.
CAP IT OLIO
0.35 -. 0.20
HELL'S
CROSSROADS
Stephen MacNally
Also
DANIEL BOONE
TRAIL BLAZER
Bruce Bennett

TODAY-TOEAfrRES-TODAY

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FRALEY
Ott, in third place with 511, is
only 29 ahead of Ted and Wil Williams,
liams, Williams, with 482 starting the sea
son, seems a quick cinch- to ga gather
ther gather in the 13 he needs to surpass
Gehrig's 494.
Ty Cobb, who played until he
was 43, sees no reason why Wil Williams
liams Williams can't go on until at least
that age.
"As long as he keeps his legs
in shape, he can do it," Cbhb
predicts. "He'll never lose h s
batting eye. It's the legs which
go and make the game too much
of an effort." ?
Top Shape
Thus Williams is optimistic as
he heads into the 1949 campaign.
Last year, despite ah ailing ankle
which troubled him all season, he
won the American League batting
championship for the sixth time
with a .328 mark and fattened his
homer total by 26.
"I've done a lot of walking and
running," Williams says elatedly.
"The ankle hasn't been bothering
me bit and I'm in top shape.'
Currently representing his own
fishing tackle supply company at
a Detroit show, Williams this
weekend will head back to Florida
and then prepare to report at
the Red Sox spring training base
in Scottsdale, Ariz.
Pellil-Hagan Duo
Becoming NBA's
Deadliest 1-2 Punch
The Bob Pettit Cliff Hagan
combination is becoming the most
deadly one-two tscoring punch in
the National Basketball Associa Association.
tion. Association. Pettit and Hagan looped in 39
points between tlhem in the sec second
ond second half Thursday night to pro provide
vide provide the St. Louis Hawks with a
106-105 edge over the New Yo;-k
Knickerbockers. It was Pettit' s
basket in the last 33 seconds that
notched the contest for the de defending
fending defending NBA champions.
The St. Louis victory combined
with Cincinnati's 119-114 triumph
over the Minneapolis Lakers at
Portland, Ore., assured the
Hawks of at least a tie for the
Western Division crown.
The Knicks, paced by Frank
Selvy and Kenny Sears, stormed
to a 57-42 half time bulge and at
one time held a 27 point edge
over St. Louis.
St. Louis entered the final pe
riod trailing, 79 72, but Pettit
dropped in 11 points and Hagnn
eight to send the Knicks down to
defeat. Pettit topped the scorers
with 34 points while Hagan had
19. Selvy led New York wih 27
and Sears chipped In 20.
At Portland, a capacity crowd
of 5,594 saw Jack Twyman score
33 points, 27 of them in the first
half, to lead the Royals to victory
over the Lakers.

TIVOLI
0.35 0.20
THE REVENGE
OS FRANKENSTEIN
Peter Cushing
Also-
GUNMAN'S WALK
Van Heflin

VICTORIA
6.15 ...
TOE INVISIBLE
MONSTER
Chap. 1 S
DAKOTA"
COMK ON!
. LEATHERNECKS

The Fort Amador Troopers, be

hind the ope-hit pitching of Bob
Castleman, defeated the Army At Atlantic
lantic Atlantic Falcons Wednesday (Feb.
11) 12-0. Castleman also contribut
ed his fifth home run of the year
m the third inning fter Roger
William had singled. Dave Firitze
and Fitz Glasgow had three hits
apiece in an lt-hit attack that all
but swamped the Falcons, who
have now los1'. seven in a row.
Minis their star hitter in Bob
Stallsworth, who re.urned to the
States last week, and play man
er Jose Rivera, out with an inju
ry from playing Softball, the Fal Falcone
cone Falcone looked iragher hapless get getting
ting getting their only safeiy in the third
frame when Claude caggott sin singled.
gled. singled. Only three Falcons got as
far as second base in the con contest.
test. contest. The Albrook Flyers won the r
fifth in the last six tries Wednes Wednesday
day Wednesday evening at Beam Stadium a a-gaimst
gaimst a-gaimst the Clayton Cavaliers, who
have now lost two in a row. The
Flyers have come alive in the
past two weeks losing only once,
a 4-3 game to Fort Kobbe last
Sturday.
The Flyers had only six bits,
but made a 5-4 score stand up to
remain in third place, 4Vi games
back of the leaders. In the fifth
two singles, a double and a long
triple by Bill Donahue gave the
Cavaliers a 3-1 lead. They made
it 4-1 in the seventh on three suc successive
cessive successive sineles.
The Flyers then broke loose in
the boHom of the frame after a
walk and a single. John Taylor
unloaded a long triple, clearing
the bases, and then he scored on
a sacr fice fly. The winning mark
er came in the eighth with two
on when Cavalier shortstop Stan
Christian and the leftfielder
couldn't decide who was to catch
Jean Rogillio's pop fly into short
left, which dropped for a single.
Panama Marlin
Club News
This month's meeting will be
held Thursday at the B$alboa
Yacht Club. Dinner will be serv served
ed served at 7 p.m.
New officers who were elected
at the last meeting were Robbie
Adams, prsident for the second
year and Mrs. I ;lie Adams, Bal Balboa
boa Balboa 1214, secretary-treasurer.
All members are urged to at attend
tend attend Thursday's meeting.
Arrangements will be made for
the Teeny-Weeny tournament to
be held March 7 and 8. The sec
retary will be present to collet
dues and issue membership card3
for 1959.
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bports bnets
FOOTBALL "DOUBLEHEADER"
BEREA. Ohio (UPI) This
year's Yale-Harvard game will be
olaved as the second half of a
football "doubleheader" at New
Haven, Conn. Baldwin Wailace
and New Haven Teachers will
meet in a morning contest to
avoid conflict with the "big
game."
RAMS SIGN HUMPHREY
LOS ANGELES (UPI) Buddy
Humphrey. Baylor Quarterback,
signed a professional contract with
the Los Angeles Rams Thursday
Humphrey, last season's leading!
rouegiaie passer, was me nams
second draft choice.
R I O
0.35
0.20
LOTTERY NIGHT
SONG or
SCHARAZADE
with
Yvonne De Carlp
HORIZONS WEST
with Rock Hudson

't Editpr; ONRADa SARGE.AN7 v f t!

Teams
Cuba ...
C
x
Venezuela
Puerto Rico
Panama .
. . 0
1
. . 0
Totals ....1

, TONIGHT'S GAMES (2)
.First game: Panama vs. Cuba
4.'. Came time: 5:30
Second game: Veirezuela vs. Puerto Rico
LAST NIGHT'S RESULTS (2)
Cuba 1, Puerto Rico 0
Venezuela 14, Panamas

La. Rep. Asks
For Army, Navy
D e a
r aiuupauuii 111
By TOM NELSON
WASHINGTON CUPI)-Rep. F.
Edward Hebert (D-La.) Thursday
asked Defense Secretary Neil H.
McElroy to lay down a uniform
policy for participation f rhe
Army, Navy and Air Force Acad Academy
emy Academy football teams in post-season
bowl games.
As the problem was presented
by Herbe't, McElroy also would
rule on whether teams from the
three, service academies should
play in southern states with seg segregation
regation segregation laws prohibiting athletic
contests between white and Negro
players.
Hebert (pronounced A-bear),
urged 'hat no bowl be "discrimi "discriminated
nated "discriminated against. k His congression congressional
al congressional district includes New Orleans,
site of the Sugar Bow, A native
of the c'ty. Hebert attended Tu
lane University and was a news
paperman before coing to Con Congress.
gress. Congress. He said in a letter to McElroy
that it was silly to have "one
academy with one policy, another
academy w'th second policy
and the third academy with still
a third policy." Each academy
Whatever
Happened to .
JOHNNY LIPON
Johnny Lipon, a major league
infielder for nine years, had his
best years with the Detroit Tigers
from 1948 through 1951, Lipon
came up to Detroit to stay in
1948 and hit .290 while playing
every infield position but first
base. His peak was .293 as a
shortstop for the 1950 Tigers.
Lipon moved to the Boston Red
Sox as a utility man in 1952 and
played briefly with the old St.
Louis Browns before winding up
his major league career with Cin Cincinnati
cinnati Cincinnati in 1954.
Whatever happened to Johnny
Lipon? Now 36, he lives in San
Antonio. Tex., and is. a manager
in me Cleveland Indians farm sy&
tern.

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Uniform Policy!!
And Air Force
'iWiV;r.
uuwi Udiiicy
now determines whether its teani'v
snau play in bowl games, -r
Hebert pointed out that tlij...
Navy has played in the Sugar antf'
Cotton bo.wls and thus has a
"'firmly established" policy of
playing in bow' games.

He said the AL Force also fixed,
a policy this year when it accept
ed an invitation to play in the""
Cotton Bowl in Texas. But nji
added that there was "an. tinan-"1 M
swered question as. to whether the"
Air Force Academy would- hava "?
participated in the Sugar Bowl ":
if it had been invited."
The congressman accused tb I'
Air Fo-ce of adopting a "discrim;,,
inatory" policy in refusing to say
whether it would accept an invinsn
tation to 'the Sugar; Bowl until til
formal invitation was extended.
"Of course this actidn was td
avoid making a decision because c
of the segregation laws; 6 the;-,.'
state of .-Louisiana he said.;"Inn
this pacticiUa mstaoceiiheSuga'f .s
Bowl was p-ecluded front' consid"
eration by the Air Force whilt.i
the Cotton Bowl was. acceptab'e.
"It seems to me that, the peoT
.pie of Louisiana have as much
right to consideration as the pe
pie of Texas or Florida or CaBS.''
farnia in connection with the bovrli
games." ,;;
Hebert said service teams haw'
played regular season, games ioifi
Louisiana and Navy participated: .T
in the Sugar Bowl in 1955 "under.-
the existing laws of segregat on.!!:'."
The situation at the Army is
rather confused and bears further

investigation, Hebert said. t
He made public some corre corre-spendence
spendence corre-spendence with Lt. Gen. Garr sodtS
H. Davidson, West Pointy super-
intendent. Davidson said Ms de.'T
cision against playing in any boWl
game this year was based partly ltt
on the fact that this makes "ex""
cessive demands upon the timeW,
of the players." -
Despite this4 Hebe-t said, 5 ofrw
the 11 Army f rst stringers- didcS
play in post-season games such
as the NorthSouth and East-WesS"
games.
"If five pjayers are allowed to
participate in postseason games?
why not tlhe whole squad?" H6tj
bert asked. "What is good for five
is good for forty,"
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SATURDAY, FTBRTJARY 11 1951

THE PANAMA 'AMERICAN AN. INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSFAPEB
PAGE SEVEN
HS-P6wells TomoJigersin Another High Scoring Win

ElevihErrors
J A J J
Pave Way For
Betls' -Sefeai

STANDINGS

Teams

Cristobal High
CHS-Alumni
Sella
Potfella

(Second Half)

W t Pet

I 0 1.000

1 0 x.ooo
1 1 .500
0 2 .000

Thursday Results
C.H.8. 12 Bells 8
Sunday's Oam 2 p.m.)
Powells VI C.H.S.
By TREVOR SIMONS

The Atlantic Twilight League

played their sixth consecutive
free-scoring affair at Mount Hope
Stadium Thursday night when the
Tigers from Cristobal High School,
winnerr of the first ..half of the
season, broke up an 8 to i tie in
the seventh frame to down Bells
by a 12 to 8 count.
The Tigers unleashed a 12 hit
barrage, paced by Don Humph Humphrey,
rey, Humphrey, Jim McGloin and Jim fVill
each .of whom had two, and too
advatage of 11 Bell errors to post
their first win of the second half
and move into, first place tie
with the Alumni
. John Wainto, making his fourth
1859 appearance in the Twi-loop,
became Jbe ieaditg pitcher is Uie
league with l ios without a loss
Only Jim Man, the loser in
ThurecUy night's gmt, shares
the hjnur with Wainu) of bavin?
wdh three games this year
Mann's 1959 record n 3 and' 2.
Wainio allowed 7 hits and walk walked
ed walked Bell battora Thursday night.
Powells- Play CHS Sunday

foweUa, the 'staggering defend

ing, cnampions oi the past mre?
aeejon, announced the signing of
Wally Trout to(bolstered their a
neoiic pitching staff and to at attempt
tempt attempt to snap thmr hree games
losing streak and get, back .iho
the fight for the second half. The
Garagement meet the Cristobal
High Tigers Sunday afternoon
with Trout probably listed to o
against Jim Palurabo as the first
half winners bid for clean
sweep of the 59 season.
Jim Will, Tiger outfielders, join joined
ed joined -Ahe ranks of the league's lead leading"
ing" leading" hitters Thursday- night when
he "jumped to .528 with his 2 for
8. Will Is followed by Hatgi of the
Alumni who boasta a" .500. aver average.
age. average. ;- j

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';f?ir -1 r-
I & v tr
' 1 : - f 9
I j iiiiiiiirniT-ri-iiiiiiii mi j jii i if a iiMiiitMM "'

BALBOA SAILFISH A group of Balboa "sailfish" working out at the Balboa Pool in preparation tor the annual Gamboa Civil Coun Coun-cil
cil Coun-cil Swim Meet March 1. The races are scheduled to begin at p.m. at the Gamboa Swimming Pool.

The box score:

C.H.S.
Wilder, 2b
Humphrey, U
Xulig, 8b
Cotton, e
Bruce, rf
McGloin, is
Lutz, lb
Will, ef
Witoio, p

Totals
Hi

St.- Cyr, 2b
Hayden, lb
BU, U-cf
Brown, 8b
Mann, J.. ef-p
Nolan, c
Htnsley, rf-lf
Worrell, is
Bowers, p

Totals

Ab'R H PO A
5 1 0 1 2
5 2 2 10
4 2 0 03
4 11 7 2

1

34 12 10 21 9

Ab R H PO A
2 2 14 1

2

0
2
0
0
0
1
0

2 2

1 0

28 8 7 21 14

Seer bv Innlnst

C.HJ. 800 230 4-12 10 5
CHS'Alumal 001 313 0- 1 7 U

Swimming Activities
Keeting Feb. 24 At
Ajicon Courthouse

... ?
Th mm) for stimuliiint inter-

lid iwimming activities 4n the
Cajial Zone, through an o-ganizel
citiitns .grvip; will be discussed
it .'a meetugto be held at the,
United States Dilrlct CouMouse
atlAncob; at ?:30 ,tt:reb.:?4.
Interest in creating this type of
erhnUatioi resulted from a ser--1,;
of tMtatai toif 4 for swim-.
mteg officials held Ut autumn by
the' local AAU commissioner;:
The public' hai "been-invited to
attend this meetingv PUns will be
diicusaed for a permanent orga orga-nlaation
nlaation orga-nlaation and by-laws and a slate
of IMficeM-will be proposed.
itventuaUy the new club hopes
toTapoiwor regular swim meets on
thflsaimui a cooperating with
otf?, Canal Zone orgsnizat'ons.
All people interested in swimming
ark strongly, urged to attend the
fJeUiLi for the Feb. 24 meeting

are oemg arranged oy juojc uum
t'it. Crowe, Col. Arthur F. HuiT.
Caft. John R. Towmend, Mr. and
Mrl. R." J. Mahoney, Mrs. Vivian
Holmes, Mr$. Francis Summer Summer-fofo,
fofo, Summer-fofo, Mrs. Pat Bailey and Ray Ray-mend
mend Ray-mend Gordon. ; (
, 1
RtPIS COUR WINNSRI

Viiery widened hla lead as Hia Hia-,
, Hia-, lech's leading jockey Thursdoy

waen ne rooe tour winners, us-

fr wvt iiuuic nice nvo
ti.tO) la -the second, Marikay

a an in the third. Aifra okA

j.oo) in me nun ann Kingmawr

yoj in fne, ae venw.

' MARGARITA LEAGUE
Sixth Week
The Shriners were only able to
take one point but still held 'onto
first place but have to cohold it
with the Naval Station who ook
three points, from them. The two
lead-off men, Lewis and Specht
let their respective teams"1 with la
499 and a 503.
The Aces dropped Into third
place with their one point win o o-ver
ver o-ver Wright Bros. Stilson lead ttie
Aces with a 505 while Captain
Butz led the Plumbers with a 51$.
Powells hold the Cristobal Po Police
lice Police to one point and passed them
in the standings. Hogan led the
Plymouths' men wltb a ;I39 while
Martin's 527 series was tops for
the Cops.
The Voice of Music -has finally
started to roll. Taking four points
from Gillette they moved out of
the cellar only by reason of total
pinfall. St. John and Johnson led
the V-M with a 608 and 509 re respectively,
spectively, respectively, while the best the
Shavers would muster was Tom's

447.
Standings
Teams W'U
Shriners 15 3
Naval Station 15 9
Aces 14 10
Powells 13 11
Cristobal Police 12 12

Wright Bros. 12 12

Voice of Music 8 is
Gillette 8 16

High for the Week
Class A Hogan 539
Class B Butz 515
Class C Specht 503

Cristobal Police

Fortner
Tully
Guest
Martin
Stewart
Totals

Graham
Shobe
Johnson
DeVoll
St. John

(Blind)
Cerro
Chuljak
H. Tom
Yoo
Total

167 133 166 .466
153 163 161 477
155 180 151 48C
146 211 170 527
' 127 156 185 469

. 748' 848 834 8425

.1.. ,i ... ,..' ;,.
Voice of. Music
162 145 144 451
157' 144 111 412
204 145 159 503

164 131 162

135 211 163

457
50S

822 776 739 2339
Gillette
127 127 127 331
160 114 117 391
166 140 108 414

143 134 170 447
130 134 119 383

726 649 641 2016

10 20 20 60

Specht
MlHspaugh
B adders
Carpenter
(Blind)

Totals

Lewis
Stinson
Thomas
Strong

O'Neal
Totals'

Shriners
132 195 176 503
145 118 123 386
114 .144 127 ) 385
162 189 161 483
138 138 138 414'
691 734 725 2150

Naval Station
200 185 114 4d9
143 160 139 442
140 '153 203 496
121 110 136 367
.. 134V 1 143' 367

Clontz
Moorman

Stilson-

Gorski
Spinney
Totals

. 738 699 ,734 217
19 19 19 37,
757718 753 222
Acts
132 141 158 451
"158 147 164 469
187 157 181 505
154V 172 174 500
139 135 161 43b

Jones
Butz
Dougan
Janssen
(Blind)
Totals

Brown
Stepp
Gibson
Badger
Hogan
- Totals

770 752 818 nJ40
Wright Bret.
182 155 146 483
161 188 155 515
. ,153 146 138 437
115 139 167 421

144 144 144 432

755 771 761 22

29 29 .29 87

784 801 790 2375

Powells i ;

. 182 154.136.472
145 153 .192 4
187-143 169 499

. 140 172' 222 834

155 196 188 539

809 818 908 2535
1 1. 1 ? 8

810 819 809 25D8

HQ 669 661 "207.3

Henry J. Grieser

Swimming Awards

March 1 At Gamboa

The Henry J. Grieser Swim Swim-mine
mine Swim-mine Awards riven each year to

he outstanding boy and girl

sw mmers ot me uanai zona will
be presented March 1 by Lt. Gov.
John D. MElheny during a cer ceremony
emony ceremony to be held at the Seventh
Annual Invitational Swim Meet at
the Gamboa Swimming Pool
March, 1. v
. The trophy, one of the most im

por ant athletic awards of the

year, if presented to young
swimmers who have been select selected
ed selected on the bas s of their individual

swimming achievements for the

previous year. t
In adaition, candidates must
have outstanding Qualities of char

acter, sportsmanship, teamwork

ajm pei severance..
, The names of the winners this

year will not be announced until
the swimming awards are pre

served ami eh l."
Since 1950, the award winners
have included some of the Canal

Zone's outstanding student aUv

le es. Rober. Conna? was select selected
ed selected as a w liner -.for five succes successive
sive successive years' and Arlene Schmlt
was given the award three timet.
O'her winners were Marilyn
Ford, Ida SVaus, Grace r A r g o,
Marifrancis Tucker. Diane Hick-

ey, Dick Mallett, Pew Connor.

Thomas Dugan, and Joseph Blackburn.

GUN CLUB
NOTES

The Pedro Miguel Gun Club
.will hold a "Skee; Shoot" at its

newly opened Skeer range, Sun

day, io a.m. reD. is.

1 Lee Carr says "The traps

throw beautiful birds against an

all ky background. The dry sea

son breeze does not made them
w!d."
Come out and try then if you
doubt his word.

Top Salary Battles Move
Into Stratospheric Class

, By MILTON RICHMAM
NEW YORK, Feb. 13 (UPI) -Several
.of baseball's salary bat battles
tles battles have now moved up into the
Stratospheric stage.
That's the stage In which each
party suggests, as tactfully as
possible, to the other thafhego
fly a kite.
Jadkie Jensen and the Red Sox
fit into that general category to today.
day. today. So do Warren Spahn and the
Braves; and Roy Sievers and the
Senators among others.
Jensen, Spahn and Sievers each
have said "no" to two offers al already
ready already and all three of them don't
give the slightest inclination of
yielding even though their respec respective
tive respective teams begin spring training
within the next two weeks.
"I won't budge," says Jensen,
who was the most valuable player
in the American League last sea season
son season and is said to be asking $40, $40,-000.
000. $40,-000. .
The Red Sex feel Jensen Is be

ing ftubbern about It," says gen-

era.1 manager Bueky Harris.

"Jackie's a tine per ana i
him, but he'll find others can
fiaht, too."
Harris felt Jensen was basing his
demand pn "the Williams thing" thing"-a
a thing"-a reference to the $125,000 Boston
is paying-Ted Williams.
Jensen insists he's "not interest interested"
ed" interested" in what Ted is getting..
Jensen insists he's "not Inter Interested"
ested" Interested" in what Ted is getting.
Still, there waa a Red Sox pitch pitcher
er pitcher a few years, back who. during a
salary wrangle, told a Boston of official:
ficial: official: .-
"As lone as you're paying the
big guy (Williams) so much, why
don't you have him go in there and
do the pitching, too?"
SDahn's case is a bit different.
The Braves are acting as if he's
asking for a piece of owner Lou
.Perini's construction company,
whereas Spahn says all he wants
s "a raise" for winning 22 games
last season.
It is believed the Braves offered
their ace left-hander approximate approximately
ly approximately the same $60,000 he earned last
year. Executive vice-president
Birdie Tebbetts claims he and
Spahn "aren't far apart." Snahn
counters that Birdie ain't much of
a 1udge of distance.
Sievers, always a tough man to
ign, also is looking for a pay
boost. The Senators point out he
was the highest paid Washington
player In history last year with a
salary of about $36,000. s
In anv case, both parties are
sitting tight and it looks like one
of those temporary stalemates.
Some headway Is being reported
with other players, however.
Carl Erstklne. dean of the
Dodatrs' nitchlne staff. lgfl"'
for hit, 12th season with the
club. Ertklne was believed to
have taken a slipht cut because
ef 4-4 record last season, dur dur-Inq
Inq dur-Inq which he was sidelined with
Injuria frem flme to time.
San Francisco announced, it had
reached agreement with shortstop
Daryl Spencer, who was the 32nd
player to come to terms with the
Giants.'' Soencer, who batted .258
last season, is ticketed for a trial
at ftecond base this spring.
The Red Sox comUecl hers
FrnkJ' Bauman, Tom Borland,
Mike Foraie'es and Dean Stone a a-lon
lon a-lon with infielder- Frank Malsone,
wh'le general manager Rick Fer-i-
of Detroit satisfied pitcher Jim
Rt'nning In- a telephone, conversa conversation.
tion. conversation.

Cleveland general m a n a ger
Frankie Lane has offered Jim

Jlrown, the Cleveland Browns' all-

pro fullback, a spring trial witn
the Indians.
"We're not in this for publicity
as thai Cincinnati Reds were in the

case, of Terry Brennan," Lane
said. "We're interested in Jim
Brown the baseball player, not the

football player."
Brown, according to Lane, was
a fine outfield prospect before con concentrating
centrating concentrating on football.

Paraiso Softball
Loop Opener Set
For Monday P.M.

After the Rev. Allan Went de delivers
livers delivers a prayer for the success of
the League and Gov. William E.
Potter of the Canal Zone cuts at
the first pitch of Paraiso High
School Principal Ellis Fawcett on
Monday, Feb. 16 the Cafe Har
lem team will square off against
the Trojans in the inaugural
game of the Paraiso Senior Soft
bait Loop.
The opening ceremonies are
slated to begin at 4:15 p.m. and
the game is expected to get un underway
derway underway 15 minutes later. The oth
er two teams comprising the
League Deportivo Kelvin and Vik Vikingswill
ingswill Vikingswill also participate in the
inaugural activities.
The four teams in the league
are reported to have the cream
of the crop as far as Pacific
side softball players are concern concernedon
edon concernedon their rosters. Observers
consider the league to be balanc balanced
ed balanced with ail clubi conceded an e
qual chance of copping the bunt bunting.
ing. bunting. Arnold Reid will pilot the Cafe
Harlem aggregation, John West
is the manager for the Trojans.
Amos Blades will guide the De Deportivo
portivo Deportivo Kelvin ifid Rommel Bar
rows will be at the helm of the
Vikings. The first three named
are (lid hinrta at th hminin At

managing, while Barrows is a
newcomer.
Reid saw duty in the fotmcr
community of Gatun, both as a
player and a manager during the
days when this community huast

ed of some of the best softball
teams. He has piloted teams to

cnampionsmp nonors and Is con considered
sidered considered a keen strategist.

west-well-known Paraiso sports
figure has managed various clubs
on tfhe Pacific side with varying
degrees of success.
Blades possesses a vast knowl knowledge
edge knowledge of the game and is the vet
eran among the crop. He was a
fiery personality in snnrt Hnnns

the days Red Tank existed as a

townsite. Not much can be writ written
ten written about Barrows but he is re
Ported In h nf Bftl in1 -inrl dmant

t j V MIX. i i
in the business of managing.

aii iour ciuds nave been under undergoing
going undergoing extensive practice sessions
at the Paraiso riiamnnrl in I ho

presence of large crowds everj-

uay ior we past tnree weeks. The
response among the fans has

ueen irempnanu ann tha iimu

is expected to be one of the most

coionui ot tn Pacific side.

by
JOE WILLIAMS

Plus the queen: Only Sweden
has more Swedes than Chicago a
point that the Lake City stresses
in bidding for 'the if-when and and-where
where and-where Patterson-Johansson heavy
weight championship. Another
point is that Dempsey and Tume
drew $2,658,660 out there, still a
record. Neither was a smorgas smorgas-bordian
bordian smorgas-bordian but both had authetinc
ring credentials, a point the boost booster
er booster group discreetly ships. The
fight would be part of a June lea
tival, celebrating the "opening of
the St. Lawrence Leeway. Or, U
a July date is preferable, it would
be fitted into the mammoth trade
fair, with Queen Elizabeth of Eng England
land England in attendance. And probably
Kingf sh Levisky, too.

columns. I've been able to s
the ones I missed because of U
New York strike. You were vei
kind both to me and the team
. . .Comment: This is a mpasin

of Charlie's class. Most spor

stars take pen m hand only to r
gister a selfiao squawk.

laiiiHitaraMiH

Standing of the teams
First Half

Teams
Macaws
Ocelots
Pericos
Conejos
Pumas
Palomas

W L
2 2

Pet,

.P00

.667
.667
.429
.300
.210

Yesterday's Results

Pumas
Pericos

502 03010
302 71x 13

Batteries: Fraunhsim, Bateman
2nd and Rusty Potter; Robert
Bowen, John Marcum 2nd and
Dick Ness, W.: Marcum L: Bate Bateman
man Bateman Home Run: Ness, Berger
Pes.), '..Potter (Pu.). doubes:
Bowen, Samuel Rodriguez, Jose
Rodriguez. RBI: Potter 4, Corri Corri-gan,
gan, Corri-gan, Fraunhsim, Bowen, Ness 4
Marcum, S. Rodriguez, Berger 2,
J. Rodriguez 2.
I
Leading Hitters: M. Williams,
4-1; Potter, 4-2; Zelnick, 4-1;
Gangle, 1-1; Corrigan, 3-1 (Pu (Pu-mas).
mas). (Pu-mas). Ness, 3-3; Berger, 3 2: S
Rodriguez, 2-1: R. Bowen, 2-1:
Marcum 4-1 (Pericos).
The first half of the Fastlicl)
Teenage Baseball League came
to, an end yesterday when the Pa
ricos bandd a 13-10 defeat to the
Pumas in a hitting contest.
The second half will start
Wednesday 18. The Macaws won
the first half last Thursday.
The Pericos had nine hits, in including
cluding including homers bv Dick Ness and
Peter Perger and doubles by Ro
bert Bowen, Samuel Rodriguez
and Jose Rodriguez, The hitting
star for the Pericos was catcher
Dick Ness, who besides his hom homer
er homer connected two singles in a per perfect
fect perfect 3 for 3 at bat. He also drove
in four runs.

Short Snorts: Best suggestion to
speed up baseball we, ever heard
was made by old Tim Hurst, who
doubled as big league umpire and
boxing referee; "Cut the game to
seven innings." Since Khrusky
wouldn't know a chip shot from a
gimme putt, what would be the
sense in Ike's visiting the Krem Kremlin?
lin? Kremlin? On the other hand, this could
be the way the ex-schoolmarm
chooses to dramatize the meaer meaer-ness
ness meaer-ness of teachers' salaries. At teast
off track betting would have this
recommendation: Horse players
wouldn't have to risk the deadly
perils of fresh air. Still, as a ped peddler
dler peddler of fairy tales, Sen. Humphrey
would hardly be unique among
Washington politicians.

CRN. Radio-TV
Sports Schedule
The Caribbean Forces Network
ha announced the following sports
broadcasts for the coming week;
TV
Saturday, Feb. 14 Golf Show
Encore, 11:15 p.m.
Wednpsda Fph 1B UoHn...

day Night FighU, 10 p.m.
Thursday, Feb. 19 Golf
Show, 7 p.m.
Friday, Feb. 20 -Wrestlina.ilO

p.m..

Campus vs Caddies; m a y b e
Johnny can't read but he sure can
hit a tee shot. Of the 25 top mo money
ney money winning golfer's in '58, 20 were
college men. Not too many years

ago ex-caddies dominated the list list-The
The list-The scuttlebut In whistleball cir circles
cles circles has Cincinnati's Oscar Robert

son abandoning school to join the
Harlem Globetrotters, ala Wilt
the Stilt. San Fco, is seeking an

appropriate name for the Giants

new city-built ball park. Why not

tne uus H. Taxpayer Stadium?

Merely the Buy who up the doueh

The Giants' tharlie Conerly

writes from Clarkdale, Miss: "The
Memphis Press-Scimitar is widely

read nere in my home town

Thanks to friends who clipped the

Established 1893

ger cleared the fence in the fifth
fram.

John Marcum. whocame in lor
starter. Bowen In thn fourth wi

the winning pitcher. John Bats Batsman
man Batsman was the loser. John rpnljp.

ed Jim Fraunheim in the first

nan of the second inning.

MACDONALD A MUIR LTD Dlttllltri Lilth Scotland

Rusty Petter,
Pumas, blasted
two aboard.

catcher for the
a homerun with

Pumas opened the came with

five runs on four singles, two

walks, a hit batter and an errot.
Pericos came ba. with three in
the same inning when Berger
smashed a run-scoring single and
Jose Rodriguez connected a dou double
ble double which brought two more runs
in.
Pericos tied the game In the
second on a hoomer by Ness over
the rightfield fence and went a-

had for good in the fourth when
they crossed the plate seven

times. Pumas scores two In the
third and three in the fifth. Bert

Cttmtmn

MARLBORO
Across from Muller Building
CHILDREN'S WEAR NOVELTIES LINENS

Every Saturday at 9t00 P.M.

0B

DO
YOUR COMMUNITY NETWORK

830 kilocycle
Panama

1090 kilocycles
Colon

Ouick Ouins: Amnno thV onriu

ine mvilefies of life i whv hnr

ey players fight with bart ham
instead of their sticks. Being

Diseoau tan, per naps c astro n.
taken a vow not to shave until il

Senaiora wn another pennan

ihere is small reason to fear th

in .ttendinc the .Tnrlrev Cll

school, fed Atkinson is ma.ionr

in stuffed shirtism. Mick
Mantle's has $100,000 invested
Dallas bowling and only hei
would you be able to read th.
this is not exactly pin money.
this, time of vear baseball nwne

appears to confuse hold-outs wi

noiaup. ine way taxes conttni
to soar and anreaH in MankaM;-

it's beginning to look as if tl

Indians maae an awtui sucki
out of Pete Minuit.
Swing Music: Paul Screibe
now scouting Florida for the R(
Sox. made a career nut nf nUr

Ing batting practice. Even so, i

must nave naa a good curve. f
in the spring of '23 with the Dod
ers he famed the Babe eigl
times ut of nine on hooks. Vip;
Lombardi, making his first a
pearance before the board of (
rectors of the Green Bay Packer
laid if flatly on the line "I wa
you gentlemen to understai
that I am in complete charj
here," the new coach told 'em.
Passing whim: The horse m;
have come to stay but Woot
Hayes, Scrips-Howard Coach
the Year ('57) has his doubts abo
the forward nam . in 'so Oh

State had won only six game

inree tug len pass records ha
been set since I've been coaehit
the Byckeyes. And, oddly, all
them were made against us. B
we still won all three games,
have a peculiar philosophy abo

tootbail. victories interest a
more than records. Guess I ju

wasn't brought up right.

..fji I

SCOTCH WHISKY JilCHUfl
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PHILLIPS Oumiit Certate
Saete Clere I'
Mm I-1 IT? Cristobal -1 673.
Faster coKafles. betwee" Santa
Clara and Rio Hate. New lew
ratal. hoe Balboa 1166.
Houses
FOR RENT: Thraa bedroom
chalat, hot wataf, evervthini
modern, food location. Phone 3 3-3571,
3571, 3-3571, Panama.
FOR RENT: -Completely fur fur-nishad
nishad fur-nishad chalat. 3 bedrooms, 2
baths, maid's room with bath,
perch, terrace, flaraga, hot watar.
El Cangreio. Phona 3-0598.
Commercial Sites
If you need a warahouia or fac factory
tory factory building wall locatad near
tha center of the city, wa are of offering
fering offering to conitruct on our 2728
iq. meter lot in Calle Q. in ac accordance
cordance accordance with your requirement!.
Phone Dr. Valdai, Panama 2 2-0193
0193 2-0193 for details.
Rooms
FOR RENT: Furnished room,
atove, refrigerator, double coach,
private bath and entrance. No.
3, 52nd Street. Tel. 3-0638.
United Revival
Services Schedule
Announced
',. The Evangelical Ministers' Coun Council
cil Council will start its united revival
ervices tomorrow. The week's
Scheduled will be: Monday and
Tuesday, Nazarene Church, Rio
Abajo. Included in Tuesday's serv service
ice service will be the. H. L. anniversary
program. Wednesday and Thurs Thursday
day Thursday Colon Church of Christ (be (between
tween (between Calles 13, 14), Rio Abajo.
Services will start M 7:30 each
evening. All are invited to attend
and to bring a guest.

IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT
LA CASA MUNOZ
Central Ave. 12.116 Colon
WE INFORM
Our tardy customers that we will wait until the 28th
of this month for them to visit our offices and make
their payments on merchandise and rent, or otherwise
make satisfactory arrangements for them. This in includes
cludes includes the Canal Zone Employes. After this date we
will have to take matters through legal channels.
Col6n, February 11, 1959

Comm

'.Advertise in this section Ads only cost $25.50 per month
FOR INFORMATION CALL 2-0740

FOR SALE
FRKiETTE
AIR CONDITIONER
FOR AUTOMOBILE
S270.00
RATTAN LUX
FURNITURE
Tel. 3-1293
AGENDA de CAMBIO
Y SERVICIO
We cash checks and Lottery
tickets at any time.
We are located rljtht across
from the Ancon Bus Stop.
OUTBOARD MOTOR
REPAIRS
Call LOWE, S. A.
Balboa Aye. No. 7 Tel. 2-46U
Authorized service for
Johnson, Evlnrude, Mercury,
West Bend.
If your profeulonal er amateur j
iraniminor needs repairing, talk
wi'.h Mr. Rafael Dial, our
TR0PELC0, S. A.
Service Dept. Manager Tet Ne.
3-748!,.
4tb (. Via bnana.

Apartments

FOR RENT: A two bedroom
apartment. Hot water, maid'a
room, garage. $110.00. No. 75
Via Argentina at (L street) now
55 street, Cangreio. Telephone
3-6647.
On 48 street Bella Vista modern
two bedroom apartment. On, 46
street. Riviere Aprs., another two
bedroom Agtv dining. Jiving
porch, balconies, two bathrooms,
maid's room and garage. Call Pa Panama
nama Panama 2-4696 from 8 to 1 2 noon.
FQR RENT: Completely fur furnished
nished furnished two bedroom aparment,
hot watar, Campo Alegre, linen,
dishes. Phone 3-5024.
FOR RENT --Furnished and un unfurnished
furnished unfurnished apartments. Telephone
1386. New Alhambra Apart Apartments.
ments. Apartments. 1 0th Street, Colon.
FOR RENT: Apartment near to
the sea. living, dining room, two
bedrooms independent service.
1st Avenue No. 1, San Francis Francisco
co Francisco de la Caleta. Tel. 3-1221.
FOR RENT: Two hjdroom
apartment, living, dining room,
independent service. 1st. Ave.
No. 43, San Francisco do la Ca Caleta,
leta, Caleta, Tel. 3-1221.
FOR RENT: Furnished apart apartment,
ment, apartment, very cool, all comfort. Via
Espafta, lust before Minima.
FOR RENT: Two bedroom fur furnished
nished furnished apartment, living, dining
room, porch, garage. Campo Ale Alegre.
gre. Alegre. Tel. 3-2795.
FOR RENT: Small furnished
apartment or independent fur furnished
nished furnished room. Best residential
section. 43rd Street No. 13.
FOR RENTftr-Modern apartment
livingroom, bedroom, bathroom,
kitchen, big back porch and two
independent entrances. P r ic e
$55.00. Furnished $70.00, 31
Street No. 3-41.
FOR RENT: Well located apart apartment,
ment, apartment, furnished er unfurnished.
4th of uly Avenee No. Tl-352,
facing Quarry Heights entrance.
For information eaH telephone
2-4204 or same building apart apartment.
ment. apartment. No. 9.
mm
Full day excursion
SAN BLAS
Sp" ruarv 15
COPA twin engine
DC-3 Transport,
FIDANQUE TRAVEL
Tel. 2-1661
. LIFE INSURANCE
call
JIM RIDGE
r Qeneral Aeent
GlbralUr; Life Ins. Co.,
'for rates end Information
Tel. Penanii 2-0551
Mftnday thru rrlday
:0 a.m. to 12:M
2:00 p.m. to 5:0
Saturday: 9:00 a.m. to 12:00
JUDSON
Super chargers
for your
Volkswagen and Qhia
MGA, Dauphine
50
more power
Cia. Islmena de
Auto Servicio, S.A.
Frangipanl St
t Tel. 1 870

Automobiles

FOR SALE: 1955 Chevrolet
eight, four door with power glide
and radio, top condition. Phone
4461.
FOR SALE: 1955 Buick Special
hard top convertible, fully equip equipped,
ped, equipped, $1150.00. 6-451.
FOR SALE: 1956 Ford. Four
door, Mainline, radio, wsw. 84
4202.
FOR SALE: '58 Hillman con convertible,
vertible, convertible, excellent condition sac sacrifice,
rifice, sacrifice, $1500. Telephone Balboa
2-1695.
FOR SALE: Austin-Healy
Sprite. Call Balboa 2-321 5.
FOR SALE: 1951 duty paid
Chrysler New Yorker, 4 door
sedan, automatic transmission,
power steering, 3 new tires, car
in good condition $375.00 cash
Navy 2318 after 4 p.m. Navy
3365, during day
FOR SALE: 1957 MGA, top
condition, wire wheels, w.s.w.
tires, 'reasonably priced. Call 83 83-2183,
2183, 83-2183, before 2 p.m.
FOR SALE: 1954 Ford sedan
four doors in perfect condition.
Inspected by Police Trafic De Department.
partment. Department. Call Panama 2-2517.
FOR SALE: 1957 Chevrolet 2
door, sedan, power-glide, un underrating,
derrating, underrating, 10,000 miles, .perfect
condition. Call Balboa 2-1405.
CZ Retired Workers
Install Officers;
Committee Meets
In an-impressive ceremony the
officersof the .Canal Zone Retir
ed Workers Association were in installed
stalled installed by Melford Hymison, mas master
ter master of ceremonies, assisted by E.
H. Fitzritson, president of the At Atlantic
lantic Atlantic Region.
Those installed are as follows:
Stephen A. Campbell, president;
Josephus A. Liverpool, vice-president-Harold
L. Levy, general
secretary; Ernest Cummings, as assistant
sistant assistant secretary; James A. Light Light-bourne,
bourne, Light-bourne, treasurer and Arthur V.
Dalby, Alfred N. Burgess, and
James T. Prince, trustees.-
James E. Mitchell, Alphonse E.
Bennett, Leheman J. Hurdle, Nor
man L. Foster and Celestine J.
Grant were made representatives.
Special guests were Atlantic
region representatives. E. H. Fitit.
ritzon, president. G. N. Samuels,
vice-president; James A. Has Hassocks,
socks, Hassocks, secretary; Sinclair Parris,
assistant secretary and Rev. G.
McDonald Harris.
The International C.I.O. was re represented
presented represented by William H. Sinclair,
Jose de la Rosa Castillo, Alcides
Vleig. V., Miss Hilda G. Green Green-idge
idge Green-idge of New Orleans, and A. A.
Blackett-Fbrd; president of the
U.H.W.S. of Panama.
Addresses were delivered by
the guests, noting the progress
that has been made; and encour encouraging
aging encouraging the membership to strive
to a greater goal of prosperity.
After the installation ceremonies
AUTOMOBILE FINANCE
Government Employes
Service Personnel
Finance Your New Or
Used Car
GOVERNMENT
EMPLOYES FINANCE Co.
LOW RATES UP TO 36 Mo.
on new cars
AGENCY DEHLINGER
No. 43 Automobile Row
Phone 3-4984 3-4985
All Types of Auto Insurance
The New
SI?
NIKON
With built-in Universal
Vtewftnder System
Have you tot a Hlfh Fidelity set
Radio er TV art In need ef repair?
No matter what kind It Is, call our
Tel. No. -748S, end we will fladly
repair n.
TR0PELC0, S. A.
45th M. Via Espafta.

Panama: Colon

Home Articles

FOR SALE: Luggage. 1 match matched
ed matched set, ladies wardrobe and large
pullman case. 1 large pullman
case. Telephone Balboa 1291,
after 6 p.m.
FOR SALE: Automatic washing
machine Westinghouso Laundro Laundromat
mat Laundromat brand new. Installation cert
free, guaranteed for one year.
Call telephone 3-4086, Panama.
FOR SALE: Modern mahogany
diningroom set, China closet, 6
chairs table and pads. Phone Bal Balboa
boa Balboa 4422,
FOR SALE: Book-case bed
frame, secretare, fan, foam rub rubber
ber rubber sofa, washing machine. House
0813 Plank street, Balboa.
FOR SALE: Bleached mahogany
dining table, chairs, buffet.-.E.
Musaphonic radio. Porch glider.
Lamps. Westinghouso refrigera refrigerator.
tor. refrigerator. Kitchen table. Wicker chairs.
Assorted plants, ferns. 0302 Ca Cable
ble Cable Heights. Phone 2-4278.
FOR SALE: One livingroom set
7 pes. one set diningroom, one
table w6 chairs, 1 buffete, one
China closet a glasson table and
buffete. One gas atove 4 burner
(elorex), en 6 cu. ft. rdefrig rdefrig-erator.
erator. rdefrig-erator. ( Kelvinator) Panama
City, apartment Nq. 2, 46th
Street, Bella Vista. 2 p.m. to
t p.m.
FOR SALE: 9 ft. Frigidaire re refrigerator,
frigerator, refrigerator, 60 cycle, $50.00.
5612-D, Diablo. Phone 2-2864
after 4:00 p.m.
Panama Artist's
Canvasses To Appear
At Forf Kobbe
The works of Alberto V. Duta Duta-ry,
ry, Duta-ry, noted Panamanian artist, will
be on exhibit at the Fort Kobbt
Service Club Feb. 15-26. His can
vasses are mainly abstracts of his
people in their day-to-day living.
His Interest in composition was
aroused, tit h p n nmii to
tills Vneafinn h Wlma AtuWnehaA
t- e wuv u
-rM aw HVVHUIli UVUtVO K-U
for the rest of his life. The follow
ing year he conducted his first art
show, which featured pencil sket sketches,
ches, sketches, at the La Salle School in Pa Panama
nama Panama City.
In 1952. he entered the San For.
nando Academy of Fine Arts in
nr. j J ,:.
one of the original cubists, Dander
vasquez rnaz. wnn the company
the mpmhprshin am. their onooto
wfere entertained by Josephus A,
Liverpool and his committee com composed
posed composed of James A. Lightbourne,
Alphonso E. Bennett, at a sump
tuous repast.
The first meeting of the joint
Thanksgiving Committee to make
preparation for the Orders Day,
on May 10, was held and the fol following
lowing following were elected officers of
the Committee:
Mrs. Olga King, chairman; Se Se-nor
nor Se-nor Ricardo Echeverria, vice vice-chairman;
chairman; vice-chairman; Josephus A. Liverpool,
corresponding secretary; Mrs. O O-live
live O-live Thomas, recording secretary
and Reginald C. Wellington, trea treasurer.
surer. treasurer. The next meeting of the com committee
mittee committee will be held March 8, at
2:30 p.m.

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Miscellaneous

FOR SALE: Baby Grand plan,
in perfect condition $390.00.
DeSote car 1952 $200.00. Call
31No. 4.41. (
FOR SALE: Sixty cycle profes professional
sional professional hair dryer. One forty dol dollars,
lars, dollars, two, twenty five each. Phone
3-7601.
FOR SALE: T.V. RCA 21 inch,
needs picture tube, $45.00. Call
2-2635.
FOR SALE: Bargain, Wurlitser
Spinet piano. Like new, Calle 21
Este, Guacbapali. House No. 23 23-39.
39. 23-39. downstair.
FOR SALE: Electric 1MB type typewriter
writer typewriter 100.00, 3 wooden kitchen
chairs 3.00, mahogany dining dining-room
room dining-room table 6 chairs 100.00,
ingle bed spring en legs 10.00,
quartermaster bed complete
1 5.00, maple platform rocker
35.00, square end table 11.00,
6x8, 9x1 2, green rugs with black
stripes 30.00.. all Hem in good
condition. Calf Balboa 2-3782.
FOR SALE:--400 watt. Amateur
Transmitter. Seventy feet sec sectional
tional sectional tower..' Complete Mobile
Rig, Sideband exciter, frequency
Meters, ether ham gear 07-31 V
FOR SALE. Two Westinghouso
refrigerator and two new pro professional
fessional professional hair dryers. House
0252"C". Gambea. Phone 6 6-873.
873. 6-873. POR SALE: 24 Mierograve un unused
used unused symphony records. Musi
Of the Mesters, including Per Performance
formance Performance and analysis for music
conoisseurs. Also 'Ah. p. motor,
12 V battery booster, generator,
regulator. Market Stall No. 4,
Paraito.
FOR SALE: General Electric TV
24" screen $150.00. stainless
steal top kitchen table 47'jx30
inch, $25.00; stainless steel top
table 32x30 Inclr $15.00, large
box of tools $55.00; mahogany
desk $25.00; mahogany bedside
table 5.00; meat grinder, wicker
clothes hamper, card table and
misc.' household items., House
Street, phone BaU f
re 6:00 p.m.
FOR SALE: TV CBS, X youtfr
beds spring end mattress, one 60 4
cycle motor (washer), all lot
$140.00. Phone, Navy 3535.
of Picasso and Modigliani, Vaz Vazquez
quez Vazquez Diaz instigated the cubist re revolution
volution revolution at the turn of the century.
The first pinnacle of Dutary's
career was achieved in 1955 when
several of his creations were exhi exhibited
bited exhibited at the Hispanic-American
Biennial in Rarcplnns His works
were displayed alongside some of
the finest contemporary paintings.
One of the canvases wa selected
to tour northern Europe upojr ex expiration
piration expiration of the Biennial. s V !;
During the years 1956 and 1957,
a number of his works were; enter entered
ed entered in other shows throughout Spain
Unon his return to Panama in 1958.
various compositions were exhibit
ed at Albrook Air Force Base ser service
vice service .Club and the Panama .City
Chamber of Commerce.
Dutary's plans, for the future
include an art show in Washing
ton, D. C, which the Organiza
tion of American States has invit invited
ed invited him, to attend.
Arrives y
' Cristobal
Feb. lt
Feb 2J
Mar.
$240.1
Seattle and Return . 1365.0

Real Estate

FOR SALE tete 500 and 1.000
meters, hi the Nuere Hipodreme
7 Urbanisation, across the Ramon
' Racetrack. All lots with street
'' (rents, towage water main end
electricity. Call W. McBametti
TcL 1-25(7.
'FOR SALE-let 1,066 aguare
Meter in the best location .ef
La Cresta, airuated between "V"
Street and new street. For infer
matien please call Tel. 2-2170
from a.m to 12 neon and from
2 p.rn. te 5 p.m.
Boats & Motors
FQR SALI1t" wooden beat
and 12 b.p. meter, good order,
$75, phone Gamboa 713,
FOR SALE: Cocker Spaniel anal
German Shepherd puppies. Ma Mariano
riano Mariano Aresomena street No. if,
apartment i, above Farmacia L
VISIT OF STATE
NEW DELHI JTTPn T,.m:.
Mohammed Dauf of Afghanistan
Wag mt hv Prima Miniof. T.
warnaiai xyenru and a cheering
urowa lnursaay on his arrival for
an omcui state visit, Nehru, in
a SDCech Of rllnmt nntaH fliot
"India and Afghanistan have
shared a friendship a thousand
years old" that, sinee India
gained inderinrlpni had
strengthened further.

I AGS Aviation Engineer Co.

Marks AnwefspryJ

The W7th engineer ComTOanv.
Aviation) UAGS) will mairk ti
ro ...ill n
urgamization Day on Feb. 15 4.
The unit was activated a.. the
5i7th Engfoeer Aviation Detach Detachment
ment Detachment at Fort.Belvoir, Va., in 1952
to provide air support for the In In-ter:American
ter:American In-ter:American Geodetic Survey
which had been in operation ui
Central and South American coun countries
tries countries since April 1946. The 537th
was redesignated as the 937th dur during
ing during 1953.
Although a relatively new orga organisation
nisation organisation in United States Army
Caribbean, the 937th has contri contributed
buted contributed substantially to local head headline
line headline event. Flying and maintain-
CHUCKLE HEAD
CONFLICTS WITH TV
STOKE, England (UPI)-The Rt.
Rev AnthoHV otteir, bishop of
of his Lenten sevvkes on Wednes-
Gramham, has changed the time
days from 7 p.m. to 7:15 p.m.
Too many parishioners want to
watch a TV shov on British fam
ily life called "The Archers"
which is on at the earlier hour,
A- REAL EMERGENCY
CINCINNATI, Ohio (UPI) Dr.
John Ziegler sent for a copy of
federal government publication
No. 15700, "Handbook For Emer Emer-gencies."
gencies." Emer-gencies."
Two weeks later, 15,700 copies
of the publication arrived at his
home.
NEEDS NO OVERCOAT
CHICAGO (UPI) Sir Vivian
Fuchs, the antarctic explorer,
wore only a light suit Thursday
while navigating ice-packed side sidewalks
walks sidewalks in 30 mil j per hour winds.
"I don't even own an overcoat,"
he said.

The Pacific Steam Navigation Company
(INCORPORATED BY ROYAL CHARTER 1840)
FAST FREIGHT AND PASSENGER SERVICES
TO COLOMBIA,, ECUADOR, PERU AND CHILE
M.V. "COTOPAXI" Feb. tl
M.V. "SALINAS Mar. 6
TO UNITED KINGDOM VIA CARTAGENA, LA GUAIRA,
KINGSTON. HAVANA. NASSAU, BERMUDA. SPAIN
v AND FRANCE
S.S. "REINA DEL MAR" Mar. 17
(Air-conditioned) 20,225 Tons
TO UNITED KINGDOM DIRECT
M.V. "SALAMANCA" .4 T.ii Feb. 17
M.V. "P1ZARRO" v.. ..tv....Feb. 18
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-LL SAILINGS SUBJECT TO CHANGE WITHOUT NOTICE
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SERVICES
TV SERVICES
Far better Heme Service, Always
Rah en
U.S. TELEVISION.
Phone 3-7607 .Panama,, Service
from 9:00 a.m. te 10:00 p.m.
TELEVISION SERVICV
Faster, mere economical. TV, Ra Radios,
dios, Radios, HI-FI Transistors specialist.
. Wa service all makes and models.
We don't pretend te guarantee
' eur work-Sis, -..
We guarantee It.
CRAWFQRO AGENCIES, VTivoll
Ave. 11-20. Tel. 2-1905.
.A ; ... ,iV..,.
CAMERA REPAiRS. All makes,
all work, guaranteed. CaH NAT.
ERS 103. Colon S057, 7th St.
Wanted to Buy
WANTED TO BUY: Healthy
brown male dachshund pup. Call
Quarry Heights 2232 r 529B.
Domestic Employment
WANTED Good maid far gen;
oral housework, for one month,
to live in, while tegular maid h,
en holiday, f hem 441360.
LOST: Green parrakeet (budg (budgie),
ie), (budgie), female (brown noseband).
Finder-please return to Wigg,
Balboa 2-3479. reward.
inir A 4.9. iiHinj-iTmT V JC l.m.
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aircraft throughout .Latin Ameri
ca, ttie unit is engaged inthvu inthvu-nique
nique inthvu-nique mission ef providing aerial
suport for a collaborative map mapping
ping mapping program embracing an area
of some eight million a q u a r e
miles and including Mexico and
16 republics of Central and South
America and Jthe Caribbean Ar Archipelago.
chipelago. Archipelago. Aviators of the company are
frequently called upon to partici participate
pate participate in search, rescue and evacua evacuation
tion evacuation missions. -These occasions,
while frequently hazardous and al always
ways always newsworthy, are generally
no more jxciitins to the lyers
than their everydaoeeup4tioefj
flying over Vast-jungle and moun mountain
tain mountain areas m IwtRport of the map mapping
ping mapping operations.,, being conducted
by the Inter American Geodetic
Survev. HelicoDter and fixed
wing aircraft ly daily, throughout
vey crews, .supplies :and equip equipment
ment equipment to remote and otherwise in inaccessible,
accessible, inaccessible, mapping areas. With
Marco Ernesto's
1 -Man Show Held
Over At JWB-USO
The USO-JWB Armed Fo r e e s
Service Center has announced
that the current exhibit of paint paintings
ings paintings by Marco Ernesto will conti continue
nue continue for two more weeks. Ernes Ernesto,
to, Ernesto, a well-known Panamanian ar artist
tist artist works chiefly with a palette
knife rather than a brush and his
exhibit consists itanainiy 'of "pic "pictures,
tures, "pictures, of thlVtJ).'
All members 'o ; the Armed
Forces add"1 their families, as
well as residents of the Canal
Zone and Panama are invited to
view the exhibit at the USO-JWB.
,,,.(f,reD. ii
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Feb. ZO

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WANTED -Lady er gentleman
to offer domestic appliance f rent
door to deer. Salary and commi.
wen. Reference and photograph
department -C- 134 The Pane,
ma American. v..,?. ... y
WANTEDS male clerics, bi bilingual,
lingual, bilingual, ne experience necessary,
also 3 secretaries with shorthand.
Servicios y Colocaciona. Cdma
?-i"f Cemereit Ne. t. Tel. J.
7028. ; $
WANTED:-r-Bilingual tearetary
to take English .dictation. See
Abbott in Colpan Motor.
Miscellaneous
ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS
DRAWER "A", DIABLO
OX. 121 CRISTOBAL, CJS,
f HONI BALBOA 3709
Dr. Wendehake Medical Clinle.
a opposite Chase Bank Central
Avenue 11-117, phono 2-3479-.
WANTED
WANTED; Bilingual young
American bachelor wants clean
furnished mosquito proof one.
bedroom apartment with hot wa water,
ter, water, modem kitchen facilities at
n moderate "'price, contact Albert
Jurgens, Hotel Jnternacional,
WANTWTO jSNT-Single or
double closed, garage er similar
storage, tpace .preferably vicinity
El Cangraje er Bella Vista. Tele Tele-phone
phone Tele-phone Paname 3-009B.
WANTED;-Oae bedroom unfur unfur-iiiahae?
iiiahae? unfur-iiiahae? apartment by American
flirl, in El Cangreje. Call Si-
A ': .,:'K ..?PW'.t
WANTED: American family,
long term, two bedrooms chalat.
f5!?i,C Alegre. Tel.
3-7387.-?,fe'
the limited1 landing laeffitiea waft.?
able ia.most areas of operation,
oerable skill and courage. Train Trained
ed Trained as light aircraft specialists
most of the company'- personnel
Uon School at Fort Rucker-iAla.
Because of 1fc!e- far-fiung?activi
ties of; the )rg&nization, logistical
Aircraft of-the 37tft Engineet
- wriavamj, nneisenuy as assigned
signed assigned from San Antonio, Texas
..suPPrt of the IAGS Mexico
S?!? to.'1hi far reaches of
a j jnunor majnten majnten-ince
ince majnten-ince is- required, airm-ait.
K.T" v "iie wnere
aey are turned over to TransporH
jtion Corps .specialists who perl
form aH, fourth echelon ropairai
. .uumu mm uvwaajui wrtrirf
Tra vu a atrcraiti
vilian contractual firm in San Jo-f
Constant cormmunication is maini
tamed with most of the projects
through a radio network wW
mam station is located in thlt
company's headquarters at For ti"
.7. viucrs requi-l
sibons for supplies and flight con con-hJ
hJ con-hJ 0 few of thl items
which romprtse the traffic of this
busynetwork.
LEGAL NOTICE
TTMITrri esrr a nme
rOB THE .DISTRICT OF THB CANAL i
Hearing J,, "' H0Ue
Fi.tach:J?v.T,
0" -ti jv. miunao xayior, Mattas
5n ir.i'Jl" J"S?'UBI' Martin Tajari.
r Tk.ii ,;ruulna Da om Haner.
..Whereas on the 9th day of February,
farioa Auerbach, et al, filed a
the United States against tha Motor.
flirnltlira mtt In aM. rt fnnr-t
Civil and Maritime: i i
AND, WHEREAS, try virtue Of pre.
cess In dueorm .of law to mo direct,
ed, returnable on the I5th day of Feb
ruary, 19591 I- haw eeized and takeaj
the said Mayon I., and have her la my
ruatody: v .' 'r
NOTICE IS HEREBT GIVEN that 0
District Court, will be held In the
United States District Court Room, In
Criatobal, Canal Zone, on the 25th day
of February. 1959, at 10 A.M.. for the
trial of said premises, and the owner
or owners, and all persons Who el aire
to have any Interest, are hereby -cited
to be and" appear at the time and
place .aforesaid, to show cause. If any
they have,' why a final decree should
not-peat as. prayed.
' Jjl JVtdtti States Marshal
Slclen nd Raamlrea, of Vaa, -Slsclen
and Ramim, Procter
lor idDeiuwia,
Havinr trouble with your a-l
lectronle Equipment? Call I
and yon will be promptly
serviced. Tel. -78f
, TR0PELCO, S.A.

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SUB-DEBS LED BY A GROUP including students from the Maria Inmaculada School in
Bella Vista decked themselves out in ;sd and white as "pitonisas" (fortune-tellers) complete
with a deck of cards on each girl's skirt, and a gypsy kerchief for mystery.

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tivities festivities was a youngster who had anointed himself with a lus luscious
cious luscious dip of reddish cooking oil to play the role of "Well Done."
He danced on the pan alongside the floats, made many "sales."

Ike Says People Favor Plea
To Resist Special Interests

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WASHINGTON (UPI) Presi

dent Eisenhower said yesterdny
he is happy that Americans are
beginning to realize that his fight
tor government economy is
fight against "special interests."
Eisenhower said in a letter 10
House Republican Leader Charles
A. Halleck (Ind.) that it was
"most heartening" to learn the
public is writing Congress in sup support
port support of his plea for balanced bud budget.
get. budget. "I believe the public will soon
realize, perhaps better than now,
that we are engaged io a contest
between the public interest and a
wide array of special interests,
each demanding increased public
spending in its particular area,"
the President said.
Halleck told Eisenhower in a a-letter
letter a-letter Feb. 9 that he was receiv receiving
ing receiving "thousands" of letters from
persons "keenly aware of tlie
need to hold the line on the fed federal
eral federal budget."
In making public the Presi
dent's reply, the White House
also reported that Eisenhower's
own mail had increased "quite
considerably" since public debate
over the budget began.
Press Secretary James C. Hag Hag-erty
erty Hag-erty said the "great, very great,
overwhelming majority" of the
mail supported the President's
fight for government economy.
Hagerty woulu not provide ac actual
tual actual figures on Eisenhower's mail
other than to say the volume wa
in the thousands.
The President told Halleck that
he hoped the mail response fore foreshadowed
shadowed foreshadowed "widespread public in insistence
sistence insistence that government, in these
prosperous t imes, must live with within
in within its means. '
- "I assure you." he added, "that
I Intend to -continue doing my
level best to persuade the Con Congress
gress Congress to act responsibly for the
general good in the face of the
incessant special pleas for in increased
creased increased publiic spending."
A United Press International
survey showed that key Congress Congressmen
men Congressmen had received only light tc
moderate mail on the budget. But
the congressmen said balance-the-budget
mail had picked up notice notice-nbly
nbly notice-nbly ;n the wake of Elsenhower's
recent repeated pleas for economy.

Services Tuesday
For Mrs. Burgoon

At Ancon Chapel
A requiem mass will be held at
9 a.m. Tuesday at Sacred Heart
Chapel, Ancon, for Mrs. Marjone
Quinn Burgoon, who died last night
in Gorgas Hospital after an illness
of some months. Rev. Michael Wye
will officiate.
The family has requested that no
flowers be sent. Friends who wish
to do so may make a donation to
the Cancer Fund.
A rosary service will be held at
the chapel at 7:30 p.m. Monday.
Following the funeral on Tues Tuesday
day Tuesday morning, the body will be
sent to Toms River, N.J., for bur burial.
ial. burial. Mrs. Burgoon belonged to a
large and well known Isthmian
family, now scattered abroad.
, Born in Ancon, her age was 47.
Mrs. Burgoon attended Canal
Zone schools. During the latter
part of her high school years and
for many years thereafter, she was
known as an accomplished dancer
and dancing teacher. She appear
ed frequently in dance recitals
and in benefits for various chan
ties.
She had not danced for some
years but until recently she con conducted
ducted conducted dancing classes, one of
them for underprivileged children
in Panama. She also was in charge
of a Charm Course sponsored by
the Interamerican Women's Club.
Mrs. Burgoon was the wife of
James F. Burgoon, Superintendent
of the Supply Division's Laundry
and Dry Cleaning Plant in Ancon.
They have one son, Gregory.
Members of Mrs.- Burgoon's
family have been connected close closely
ly closely witn the Panama Canal for
many years. Her father, Patrick
J. Quinn, was an oldtimer of the
late construction period. A "brother-in-law,
E. C. Lombard, was the
Panama Canal's Executive Secre Secretary
tary Secretary until his retirement two years
ago, and a brother, Marc Quinn,
was Chief of the Management Di Division
vision Division for several years.
In addition to her husband and
son, Mrs. Burgoon is survived by
her mother, Mrs. Patrick J.
Quinn, of Toms River, N.J., two
brothers, James, who is living in
California ,and Marc Patrick, of
La Paz, Bolivia; and by six sisters,
Mrs. Eugene C. Lombard and Mrs.
Genevieve Quinn, of Toms River;
Mrs. John Robert Crume, of Med Med-ford
ford Med-ford Lakes, N.J.; Mrs. Walter
Eder, of Cali, Colombia; Mrs. Tris Tristan
tan Tristan Enjuto, of Madrid, Spain; and
Miss Claire Quinn, who is with the
State Department in Paris.
Rackets Committee
To Question Holla
Behind Closed Doors
WASHINGTON, Feb. 14 (UPI) (UPI)-The
The (UPI)-The Senate Rackets ComimiHee
W'Jl question teaimster president
James R. Iloffa behind closed
doors Monday about developments
since their last stormy get-together
six months ago.
Counsel Robert F.Jennedy
would not tell newsmen if Hoffa
was summoned in connection with
the committee's investigation of
racketeering in the multi-million
dollar juke box and coin machine
business.
The committee will resume pub public
lic public hearings Tuesday on alleged
gangland invasion of the lucrative
juke box field in New Yo-k.
Witnesses in four days of initial
sessions this week charged that
racketeers had founded one union
after another tt force tribute.
A Hoffa backed teamster Local
866 in New York was described
a the current contender for con control
trol control of juke box business grossing
11 million dollars a year in the
nation's largest city. Kennedy des described
cribed described elements in the' local as
"successors of murder inconporat
ed."
ComimiHee chairman John L.
McCleJJan "charged in a turbulent
scene yestarday that a Negro pro professional
fessional professional picket was "threaten "threatened
ed "threatened and intimidated" by an official
( another un on to keep him from
talking.

Florida Judge
Rejects Plea

Of Negro Boy
MIAMI (UPI) A federal
judge rejected for the second time
yesterday a plea to order imme immediate
diate immediate integration of a white pub public
lic public school at West Palm Beach.
District Judge Emett C. Choate
ruled again in ie case that eight eight-year
year eight-year old Wiilliaim M. Holland
Jr.. west Palm Beach. Negro,
must carry his complaints through
the administrative channels pro
vided by Florida's pupil assign
ment law before turning to the
courts.
The case, filed more than two
years ago, had been returned to
Choate.
The ruling in effect upholds
Florida's pupil assignment law,
which so far has blocked the mix
ing of white and colored children
m the state's public schools. Cho Cho-ate's
ate's Cho-ate's ruling pointed to a. federal
court ruling that Alabama's school
placement lav?, "which is similar
to the Florida pupil assignment
law," is constitutional "on its
face."
The Holland boy's father, an at attorney,
torney, attorney, filed the suit more than
two years ago. After an earlier
ruling by Choatt, the U. S. Cir Circuit
cuit Circuit Court of Appeals at New' Or Orleans
leans Orleans ordered a new hearing.
Holland said he would appeal
Choate's decision again.
The Negro attorney and two as associates
sociates associates had asked the New Or Orleans
leans Orleans court to order immediafc
admission of his son at a white
school in Wet Palm Beach and
to order die Palm Beach School
Board to submit a plan for de
segregation of all county schools
before the opening of the 1959-60
school year-. 1
Choate said that evidence In the
case disclosed that young Holland
had objected to his assignment to
a scHool near his home and re requested
quested requested assignment to a school
more distant. The judges said both
schools were fully accredited and
both were overcrowded.
Weather Or Not
This weather report for ths 24
hours ending 8 a. m. today is
prepared by the Meteorological
and Hydrographlc Branch of the
Panama Canal Company:
Balboa Cristobal
TEMPERATURE:

High 90 82
Low 73 78
HUMIDITY:
High .. . .. .. 87 83
Low ...... . 53 80
WIND:
(max. mph) N-22 N'E-23
RAIN (inches) 0 0
WATER TEMP.
(inner harbors) 73 80

LAKE ELEVATIONS:
Gaturi Lake . . . 84.77
Madden Dam 244.56
BALBOA TIDES
SUNDAY, FEB.
15
HIGH
Time
Ht.
12.2 ft.
12.6 ft.
8:36 a.m.
8:56 p.m.
LOW
Time
2.44 ajn.
3:00 p.m.
Ht.
2.5 ft.
3.0 ft.

Senate's Juvenile Delinquency
Group Told Family Goes To Pot

NE WYORK (UPI)-The Sen Senate
ate Senate juvenile delinquency subcom subcommittee,
mittee, subcommittee, after hearing colorful
Judge Samuel S. Leibowitz con contend
tend contend that America's family life
"has gone to pot," prepared to
listen today to the' views of three
other witnesses on the crime
problem.
They are Justices John Warren
Hill and Nathaniel Kaplan of the
Domestic Relations Court and
Will C. Turnbladh, a national
probation executive.
Their testimony will wind up a
two day hearing which Sen.
Thomas C. Hennings Jr., (D-Mo.)
will carry on into other major
cities of the country.
Leibowitz deplored the decline
in family life in the United
States. He told the ommitlee
that the children ir. Soviet Russia
regard it as an "honor" to go to
school and quoted authorities as
saying many students in our
country can hardly read or write.
In picturesque language, Leibo Leibowitz
witz Leibowitz warned:
"If we don't watch out, and
get off our f. nn.es, they (the
Russians) won't beat us in Sput Sputniks,
niks, Sputniks, they'll beat us in the mar markets
kets markets of the world."
"Let's not talk cliches," the
judge bluntly declared.
Leibowitz pointed out that fam family
ily family life io .America hat changed
greatly in the past 25 or 30 years.
Such incidents a a puprh assault assaulting
ing assaulting a teacher just didn't happen
a quarter .of a century ago, he
contended.
"We ve been arming away
from God, from fam Jy lite, said

Prisoners

W. Terre Haute; 2000 Flee From Homei
WEST TERRE HAUTE, lnd Feb. 14 (UPI)-Stat penal arm inmates were thrown Jnto -tht battlNo save save-West
West save-West Terre Haul from the icegorged flood waters of the Wabash River, yesterday. Z
Fifty inmates joined more than 100 National Guardsmen and 30 volunteers who maintained a' round-thcloclfi
vigil on the leaking sandbags protecting thistcommunity of 3,300. v "J

ihe warden of the Terre
the leeves if necessary.

The devastating flood crest, which has already driven
caused millions of dollars' damage across northern Indiana,

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THE CHAMP Giving the Nave's longest mustacne inane v,a v,a-nal
nal v,a-nal Zone twist is Boatswain's Mate 1st class Robert (Boats),
Baca of Rjjdman Naval Station, whose more than six-inch long
(tip-to-tip) "handlebar" was judged tops among local Navymen
this week. Any challengers?

Pasternak Denounces Use
Of Poem By London Paper

MOSCOW (UPI) Boris Pas Pasternak
ternak Pasternak yesterday denounced as. un
authorized the publication in a
London newspaper of a private
poem he wrote in a "black, pes pessimistic
simistic pessimistic mood." llis indignant
wife berated him for trusting
newsmen and threatened to leave
him.
The poet-novelist's 69th birthday
party at his comfortable home
outside Moscow was all but, bro broken
ken broken up by word that the London
Daily -Mail had published, under
copryright, a gloomy Pasternak
poem which the Mail entitled
"Nobel Prize."
Pasternak, who rejected t h e
Nobel Prize for his non-conformist
novel "Dr. Zhivago," which is
banned in Russia, swore and re reviled
viled reviled Mail correspondent Anthony
Brown.
Leibowitz. "There has been a de deterioration
terioration deterioration in the moral climate
of our country. We countenance
a philosophy of permissiveness."
"It is shocking," said the
judge, that "while we have the
highest standard of living, we at
the same time have the highest
crime and juvenile delinquency
rate, and one marriage out of
three ends on the rocks in the
divorce courts."
Leibowitz urged a national
campaign to educate young par parents
ents parents of, America in proper liiying
as a long range solution tp the
juvenile delinquency1 problem "in
this psychopathic world." Such a
program "should start at the
marriage bureau."
He also suggested more for formality
mality formality in children's courts, a
youth correction authority for
major criminal courts, 'and open
hearings in all courts, with re reporters
porters reporters present to keep tabs on
how judges perform.
UTTUC LIZ
While the men talk shop the
worsen talk shopping. nia

Thrown Into -Battle

Haute Federal Penitentiary,
He told United Press Interna International
tional International that Brown had volunteered
during an 'nterview to deliver the
poem as "an autograph" in Pas Pasternak's
ternak's Pasternak's hand to a friend, Jaque Jaque-line
line Jaque-line de Moyart, curator of the Tol Tolstoy
stoy Tolstoy Museum in Paris.
Brown, in London, cited the
poem, printed in the Daily Mail
Wednesday, as proof that Paster
nak's struggle! with the Soviet
government and the Soviet Writ Writers'
ers' Writers' Union was continuing.
Pasternak, who Had begged and
pleaded with the government not
to exile him from Russia over the
Dr. ihivago incident, vowed that
in the future he would receive no
more correspondents "who only
hinder my work and cause me
harm.'
His wife, Zina Nikolayevna,
turned on him in the presence of
th:s correspondent, said said:
"How many times have I told you
not to trust journalists?
"They are only exploiting you
for personal gain,' she said, her
voice rising. "If this continues I
will leave you.'
Pasternak tried to console her.
"I promise you', Zinochka," he
. He charged that foreigners were
trying to cash in on his name
abroad with "all sorts of adven adventures"
tures" adventures" about which he knew
nothing.
Visibly shaken and embar embarrassed
rassed embarrassed by the publication of the
poem, Pasternak said it was writ written
ten written "in a black, pessimistic mood
which has now passed."
(In New York, the Columbia
Broadcasting System broadcast
the fbllowing text of the poem as
it appeared in the Daily Mail:
I im lost likt baast
1 in an cnclosurt
Somtwhcr art people,
frtedom and light,
Bahind m is tha noisa of pursuit
And thara it no way out.
Dark forast by tha hore
of tha laka
A stump of fallen fir trea
Hara I am cut off from
everything
Whatever, shall bo It.
the tamo to mo.
But what wicked thing
have l done?
I the murderer and villain:
I who forced the whole world
To cry over tho beauty
of my land. I
But In any cote I am mar
noar In my Brave '.
And I beliovo tho tint o
will come
When tho spirit of good
Will conquer wickednets
nd infamy.

meanwhile, declared himself
v

2,000 families from their homes, killed two persons andl
was expected to sweep by West Terre Haute today. 5

The reinforced levees were be-
lived high -enough to protect the
city against the predicted ; 24.2
crest." But no one knew whether
the sandbags could keep the river
from blll-stino tWnn ah Thi
, 'a es --
flood s immense pressure was al already
ready already forcing water straight
through the samdlags.
The -water jetted onto streets
and fields where mud was boot boot-top
top boot-top deep. Water stood six inches
to three feet deep in a block
square area and dense fog, plus
intermittent rains, added to the
lvee crews' miseries.
Gov. Harold Handley, who has
cut his sleeping hours to the min minimum
imum minimum during Indiana's week-long
flood crisis, ordered a caravan of
gravel trucks and 30 men to West
Terre Haute to aid in the battle.
One of ,, the : greatest, danger
points was a 300-foot stretch of
levee which caved in before th
Wabash in a flood last June and
let water course throueh 40 oer
cent of the town.'The gap was not
repaired until the Wabash started
roiling with its nw flood crest.
Guardsmen and volunteers,
working around the clock, have
managed to plug; the break with
sandoags and the stretch of levee
appeared .to ne noiauig its own
for the time being.
M nwhilet 50 to 60 West Terre
Haute families moved out of their
home as a precaution. City offi
cials feared that, if the levee
oroxe a totad of 1,500 persons
would be flooded out.
President Eisenhower and the
Small Business Administration
moved quickly to 'et government
aid to the Hoosier floodlands.
The President declared 13 In
diana counties as a disaster area
and authorized $250,000 in "relief-
loans to persons whose property
naa Deen damaged or destroyed
ineT, counties covered wore
Adams, Allen, Carroll, Cass,
r ouoiain, Huntington, Miami,
Parke, Tippecanoe, Vermillion,
vigo, waoasn ana warren.
The Small Business Administra
tion declared, the same counties
disaster areas, authorizing owners
01 damaged or destroyed property
to apply for rehabilitation loans
at 3 per cent interest.
Across the state, the cloomv
weather forecast was for thunder-
showers and fog.
Although West Terre Haute was
the last threatened point in Indi
ana, a huge ice gorge upstream
on me nooaing river tnreatenea a
postscript of disaster.
The gorge, jammed iip against
a Monon railroad Jaridge, w as
poised above Lafayette. It mea-
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Italian Police
Crack Powerful
Smuggling Ring
ROME, Feb. 14 (UPI)- Italian
police said today they cracked
lour-year-old lnternrtibnal ring
that smuggled cigarets and drugs
throughout the Mediterranean a
rea in fishing boats.
Customs officials said an Ame
rican was among 37 persons taken
into custody. He was not imme
diately identified.
rpiice reported the gang was
headed by a Frenchman who own
ed valuable real estate along Ihe
Riviera. The band used four small
cargo ships, two fast landing
craft and dozens of fishing boats,
they said.
Authorities called the ring "one
of the most powerful and best-e
quipped smuggling rings operat
ing in Italy."
Police used aerial photographs
taken at night and undercover ra
dio transmissions to uncover the
ring.
Parachuting Mice
Again Break Up
Rome Performance
ROME, FEb. 14 (UPI) Embit Embittered
tered Embittered young neo-Fascists broke an
the performance of an anti-Mus
solini play for the second time m
a week last night by parachuting
squad of live mice down on the
audience.
Women. in the audience were the
first to notice that mice in para parachutes
chutes parachutes were interspersed among a
snower oi leaiiets dropped at tne
end of the first act An uproar
brought a score of armed, riot po police
lice police into the theater.
The police grabbed several of
the mice in- midair by scrambling
through the audience and seizing
the tiny white, red and green
parachuts In the color of the Ita
uau ring. . ,i", ..
. Ushers on their hands and knees
rounded up several more after a
difficult chase under the sat on
which. th woraem were standing.

To Savi

ready to send convicts to ,3
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sured 12 miles long, was 35 feet
high at some points, and carried
chunks as big as automobiles."
If the huge ice jam gave way
all at once, officials said, it wou&
wreak tremendous destruction
along the riverbank. Armv Enffl.
neers had honed to fly over tt in
a neucopter Friday to investigal
the possibilities of dvnmaig
parts of the ice loose. But their
were grounded by foe. f
Lafayette Police Sgt. Stanley
Davenport said, "they'll probabiy
try to blast" it loose about 60 teat
ax a cracK. There isn't emnn
dynamite in the rnuntrv tn Mio
au loose at once."1
Search Planes Uolrl
For Object Believed
To Be Missing Ship
HALIFAX, N.S. UuPI)-Sear
planes looked yesterday for an ue
identified object sighted 250 milg
from the last known positioa
of the missing Icelandic fishiijg
boat Julio,
The Swedish' shh Nebraska rS rS-ported
ported rS-ported the sighting Thursday, eaj
of the spot from which the Julio
radioed last? Sunday that icinl
and; towering seas were makinj
the trawler unmanageable and en endangering
dangering endangering the lives of the 1-meJ
crew. m
A Royal Canadian Air Fori
plane flew to the area immediati immediati-ly
ly immediati-ly but found no trace of the ob object
ject object before dark.
Search coordinators here said It'
was unlikely that the Julio would
have drifted that far from its last
reported position if it had been
damaged severely by the week weekend
end weekend storm that apparently s,a n k
another ice-burdened trawler tho
eiue wave, -on Monday.
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