The Panama American

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

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Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- Panama (Panama)   ( lcsh )
Genre:
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage:
Panama -- Panama

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

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University of Florida
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oclc - 18709335
lccn - sn 88088495
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Classification:
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System ID:
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Gaiiher Wins War

14. Gen; Ridgley C. Gaither, commander In chief, Caribbean
Command, won the war at 1:31 am today when the 2nd Battle
Group of the 501st Airborne Infantry regiment captured Hi final
objectives well to the nortliof the Rio Hato drop sons where
1331 paratroopers jumped last Thursday. :
The war was over when the airbrone infantry overran Shan Shan-.rri
.rri Shan-.rri La, the command post of Aggressor force comander Maj.
Ralph E. Carpenter. Simulated Honest John rocket fire helped
break up the final stages of Carpenter's simulated resistance.

B-57 Canberra jet bombers oper oper-sting
sting oper-sting from Howard Field also did
their part with eight sorties a a-jainst
jainst a-jainst Carpenter's positions be between
tween between 6 a.m. aild 8:45 a.m.
The airborne infantry's task was
made suddenly more difficult this
morning when Companies C and E
were ordered bacb to the Rio Ha Hato
to Hato drop- zone for -airlifting back to
Robber This' left only three com companies
panies companies for the final attack on Car Carpenter's
penter's Carpenter's position.
Companies C and ,E were flown
out of the drop zone about 8 a.m.
The victorious forces are sched scheduled
uled scheduled to be flown out this afternoon,
with Carpenter's Aggressors be being
ing being brought out after that.
During the final stages of the
exercises steps were taken te
give the airborne troops' intelli intelligence
gence intelligence sections as realistic tasks.
Three-llalion Crews
Become Accented
Al 'Rcfinai i Perly v
rMiivmM fmm three
countries
ifceionAii in tnre sniDS iiuau m
acquainted this week after brvel-rf
Ing togetner jiom an -.
i ...hi.
The snips ire uk uiumw,
a U.S.' Navy rew, which escorted"
the coastal minesweepers Ebro,
Spanish-manned, and the Samsutr,
(Vim a iuriusti vivmh, ,w ";
mus. The trio-met at sea off the
California coast ind exchanged
only official messages during eir
lourney here. ..U'
The fellow-traveling sailor! ? got
things on a more Tersonal basis
- tfter Jerthing at Kodman Naval
Station. A grand prty was held
it the golf course 'Clubhouse at
lodman. The Ebro -furnished the
. jeer and Turkish food was the
Jamsun's contribution. Steaks and
jot dogs were supplied by the
Munsee.
The Ebro 4ajnd Samsun left the
V thmus this'week for Nrfolk, Va.,
vhere final tests wiu oe comprev comprev-id
id comprev-id on the' rebuilt coastal mine mine-iweepers
iweepers mine-iweepers before ; they are turned
v.er to Spain andfTurkey under
he Military Assistance Program.
. Lt. Annuer Fiisteir Is command command-ng
ng command-ng -theviJIbro, and Lt. Karaca
)guz is the tSamsun's skipper,
ioth ships have crews of. 35 men.
The Munsee, captained by Lt.
, F'rank' Dievendorff.r pulled away
Tnm thn Knrtman rmer mis morn-
og to return to its home port at
. tan Ttttftfn '
Although the number of ocean
toing ships in transit through the
Panama Canal last month and the
imount of tolls collected on this
traffic exceeded all records the
mount of cargo shipped through
he Canal in Jariuary was below
Jiat of the record breaking month
rf VTarrh 195Tt
Cargo carried on 835 ocean-going
, wimmorMoi end eovemment own
ed ships passing through the Canal
In January came to aav(,(u tiong
tons' of which 42.546 tons Were
khinnorl tVirnlitrh nn TT S. ffOVem
ment vessels. The. all-time cargo
fecord.W 4.M6.938 long tons.
Tolls collected in January a-
mounted .to, $3,980,597, which is
203,497- more than the amount of
soils, collected the previous month
irtd sets thi all time record for
Hs: ; ','v
Both transits and tonnage for the
Irst" seven months of the fiscal
'ear are lower than for' the com com-arable
arable com-arable jperiod in the past fiscal
eari There wet 5,567 ocean-gong
ships in transit during the first
teven months of this year as corn cornered
ered cornered with 5.663 'during the same
leriod last years Cargo for this
'ear totaled 28,928,612 long tons at
, he end of January or 328,813 tops
. ess than last year. t si ,
, Tolls for the first seven months
144 as compared,; with $25,535,736
' l iollected during a similar period
':' I $bt tost ficj yeajr .;' a j

4t. possible. Carp enter had
schooled about 10 of his men m
stories they were to tell, then
permitted them to get captured.
. The interrogators had to ask the
Yfight, questions, sort out the sto stories
ries stories and find out what Carpenter
was really up to.
Also they had to interpret cap'
tured plans and maps. v
t At another point a "major gen general''
eral'' general'' of the aggressor forces walfc

ea into tne airoorne jtnes with a
surrender ultimatum, making a
heavy pitch at the same time for
the merits of the philosophy of the
Aggressors'.' Circle and Trigon
party.
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Leave System5 Provisions
Announced In Canal Zone

An order amending the leave
system of employes of the Pana Panama
ma Panama Canal "Company-Canal Zone
Government on the Isthmus was
signed Tuesday by the. Secretary
of .the Army, according'-to word
received-yesterday at Balboa
Heights., ,r- "'vww't
rTheihior: previtiont "ef- the
harder' which ih effective Moik
ay follows
Leave for United States citi
zen employes continues at tho
rate of 324 hours -Per Vear."J In-
sieaa ot accumulating leave, at
rne present rate of 27 hours : nei-.
month,- employes wiu accumuiatA
leave at me rat, ot UW hours
per ;pay f period: with the excep
tion of one pay period when the
Edvard W. Dowejl,
Succumbs In US
News of the death of Edward
WiJliam Dowell, retired Canal
employee, was received this week
in the Canal Zone. Mr- Dowell,
who was 77 years old, was living
in Winchester, Va., ..at the -time
of his death last Sunday. The fu
neral was held on Thursday in Bos
tonMass.-. :" 'v-v-.v.c '
Mr. Dowell, a native of Eng England,
land, England, came to work for the Canal
organization May 18, 1916 as a
riveter with what was then the
Mechanical Division, now the In
dustrial Division. -He
resinned in 1917 but rejoin
ed the Canal in 1923 as a boiler-
maker, and was continuously em
ployed until Sep. 30, 1942, when
he retired. At the time of his re retirement
tirement retirement he held the position of
leading man riveter in the Mecha
nical Division.
Mr, Dowell is survived by two
daughters, Mrs. James A. Yates,
of Diablo Heights: and Mrs.
Cahrles Helm, of Los Angeles
Calif.: and two granddaughters..
.During his residence here, Mr.
Qowell was active in local labor
circles and held the position of
head of the Metal Trades Council.
Ships Using Canal
Back To Normal
Schedule Tuesday
' Ships using the" Panama Canal
win ne nandied on a normal scnea scnea-ule
ule scnea-ule again beainnine Tuesday it
has been announced by the Marine
, This schedule will be in effect
until Mar. 8 when 24-hour opera
tion will be resumed at the Peel
fic Locks to Permit Work to beein
on the conversion to 60 cycle pow
er a u-irequency sensitive equip
ment at Mirailores Locks.
Twenty-four : schedules have
been in effect on the Pacific Locks
since uan. 11 when work was be
gun on the conversion of the fre
quenry sensitive equipment on
the Pedro Miguel Locks. This
work was to be completed today.
Following the conversion at Mi Mi-raflores
raflores Mi-raflores Lock,' the work will move
to Gatun. ; 'y.'-,
I During the time that thtf lock?
undergo conversion those locks af affected
fected affected are being operated on a 24 24-hour
hour 24-hour schedule similar to that us.
ed during the periodic lock overt
hauls when one lane is out of serv

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STREET CLEARED A National

Avenue whicri had been barricaded bv demonstrators.

leave accumulation will Tie'
hours. The top limit' on leave ac
cumulation continues to be 720
hours.
ine oresera individual apvi
date for each employe this .is
the date of jhi?. last employment
hb, Mmmuavea.'unsieaa, u m m-ployes,
ployes, m-ployes, will have as their- servide
flate the frrst dav of the first mv
- v. ......
bivii. jeac. anw tan, i,
r or uie- coming calendar year
the uniform service date- for all
employes will be Jan. 1071960.
The change to a uniform' ser
ice date pieces the Company.
Government organization on the
same leave year as virtually
all other United States govern government
ment government agencies.
In order to provide- for the
transition to the new annual serv service
ice service date, the limitation for accu
mulating leave the requirement
that all emDloves must cut hark
to 720 hours of leave by ttieir in-
uiviuuai service aaies is eli
minated this calendar vear. An
employe, far example, whose
service dafe ras been July. 1,
will not be required mis vear to
cut back to 720 hours by that
date. Instead, he will hava until
next Jan. 9 to reduce his leave
to the top. limit of 720 pours.
Under Hie provisions of the
new order; employes" wHI b a-
We, for the first tim to "bor "bor-row"
row" "bor-row" against leave. An employe
who has tamed only 200 hours
leave wilt be able to take 300
hours leave, provided that he
pays this extra 100 hours back
in leave or, in case of separa separation
tion separation from- the service, refunds
this advanced leave In cash.
This provision it not applicable
in case of the death of an em employe
ploye employe Or in cases of diasability
retirements. :
Leave regulations for non-U.S
citizen employes are modified to
provide the same annual accrual
rate for all such employes; This
will be 208 hours Per year. Leave
is to be earned by non-citizelt em
ployes at the rate of eight hours
per pay period, as at present.
The top limit to. which, these em employes
ployes employes may accumulate leave has
been increased, however, from
the present 416 hours to 460 hours.
Non-citizen employes who have
period will have until the begin beginning
ning beginning of the 1961 leave year to re
duce their leave to the .limit of
460 hours. They will, however.
be required to reduce to 720
hours by the beginning of the
i960 leave year. ;
Navy Chaplains
Seeking To Cut
Paper Work
WASHINGTON, (UfI) Thel
Navy's chaplains asked Congress
for help yesterday in cutting
down on uieir paperwork:;
Rear Adm. Q. A. Rosso, chief
of Navy chapllans,' sought re repeal
peal repeal of an 1860 law requiring
each champlain to turn, in an
annual report on his official
ictlvitles, :: ',.''!. tJ
Rosso told a House Armed
Services subcommittee the law
was enacted when, the Navy, had
inly 24 chaplains, and the an an-lual
lual an-lual reporting; system, -was con con-ldered.
ldered. con-ldered. the best way to keep
ids On them. y-.-,
Now, however, there are 800
lavy chapllans, Rosos said, and
Vs a waste of time to require
nem to 'turn In individual ro-

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FIDELISTA VISITS MASS "MEETING Two boys run up

to shake hands with Fidelista

terday as she leaves Cathedral Plaza after briefly address addressing
ing addressing the demonstrators who. were clamoring for tho re re-moval
moval re-moval of 1 5 Councilmen.

Iran To Go Ahead
With Signing Pad
Vith United Stales
TEHRAN, Iran, Feb. 21 (UPp (UPp-Shah
Shah (UPp-Shah Mohammed announced today
that his .government, gnoring hos hostile
tile hostile snarls from Russia, will go a a-head
head a-head with plans to sign a mu ual
defense pact with the United

States. : ... ". -,
The Sah told a aews conference
in his marble palace that the pact
will not involve the est abl ehment
of missile bases or Iranian soil.
He said to will be so phrased as to
come-v into elfect only in case of
aggressioa. ' r, t. ..'
,' : ,V'''!Vv' .'. .. -: . -Referring
.o fliO Jreeent propa propaganda
ganda propaganda barrage .directed ;at this
country by Radio Moscow the Ira Iranian
nian Iranian monarch shewed jio.sign .of
etcenr. .'wv',,.. , -. X
"Our regime 1 definitely repre representative
sentative representative of the people," he swid.
"It will lastr-while the world
may mourn; "the destruction, of
ottoers.-,:v-;ii;;T-'-;a'

country is tufa' Abraham Lincoln.

FEBRUARY 21, 1959
with his foot to
Central
army Lt. Violeta Casals yes
TIHWSANDS HATCH as the
President's. mother.-la about to

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New Council Takes
In City Hall Later

Panama City was returning to normal this afternoon after three days of municipal
ruckus. Stores were opening. Buses were running.
Fifteen of the more than 60 individuals with some pretension to the title of City
Councillor were to be sworn in this afternoon. The 15 were named shortly before:
dawn today by the governor of Panama Province, Jose Cajar Escala.
Until the new council took office in City Hall, facing Cathedral Plaza,, National
Guardsmen under Capr. Manuel J. Hurtado stood guard to prevent any dissident
group from establishing itself in the building.
A platoon of National Guardsmen plus some mounted police had early cleared
Cathedral Plaza of the crowds which have been gathered there for 72 hours straight
There was no violence.
, Thg "Revolutionary Municipal Junta," led by oration-hoarse attorney Cuillermo Mar Mar-quez
quez Mar-quez Briceno, which had occupied City Hall since Wednesday left the building this
morning after the electric supply and telephones had been disconnected.

hollowed by much ot the crowd which had spent so much time in front Of City ,W,Y,2
Hall thai trnlflrorl tn Santa Ana Plarn tin chart a mitt maaliniv iiiv.J I....!

city s general strike going. This meeting attracted 1500 people, but little success.

The new group of councilmen, I
with former Finance Minister Ru
ben D. Carles Jr. heading the list,
replaces the Councilmen elected in
1956, who last night requested tem temporary
porary temporary leave from office..
It also replaces the 15 "Council "Council-men"
men" "Council-men" cheered into office by a
crowd gathered at Cathedral Plaza
Thursday night. The latter were
selected from a list of names read
to the crowd by the "Revolutionary
Municipal Junta." .
- TI,-revolutionary ertmfa
lias refused to accpt the new
' appointment! made by Cajar,
branding it as Illegal. Other
sources argue that the law pre prescribes
scribes prescribes that each councilman
should have e first and a second
alternate and that these should
replace the councilmen during
their "accidental or absolute"
absences.
Ramon Pereira, a radio an announcer
nouncer announcer whose b e a t ing last
Wednesday afternoon set off the
events which led to the occupation
of City Hall, Was reoorted to be the
first to walk out of the building
when the group was notified' that
new councilmen had been named
by the governor.
All the councilmen elected by
the committee also left the build building,
ing, building, with the sole exception of Bias
Bloise Calderon.
President's Mother
Buried today In
National Cemetery
Mrs. Isabel Navarro de la Guar Guar-dia,
dia, Guar-dia, the mother of President Er Ernesto
nesto Ernesto de la Guardia Jr., was bur buried
ied buried in the National Cemetery this
morning following funeral services
id Cristo Rey Church.
Mrs. de la Guardia died yester yesterday
day yesterday shortly after 12:30 p.m. while
her son was delivering a nation nationwide
wide nationwide address on the conflict in the
municipality.
Thousands of civic organizations,
government employes and politi political
cal political and personal friends of the
de la Guardia family attended the
funeral.
Government offices remained
closed today in observance of a
day of mourning decree last night
by the Ministry of Government and
Justice.
coffin bearlna the body of Mrs.
burled ta th aiatJonal CemUrv.

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This, morning, before giving up
possession of City Hall, Pereira's
companions accused him of "be "betraying"
traying" "betraying" the movement, which has
been called the "18th ,of February
Movement, in honor of Wednes
day's events. Fidel Castro's victo
rious rebellion was styled ''The
26th of July Movement," in honor
of his bloody and unsuccessful at attack
tack attack on the Moncado barracks in
Santiago. ' f
A group of about J5w persons.Ji
MuhiditiS'WianJ' Sferirft-" kfd sortie
nooaiums, abandoned Cathedral
Plaza about 8 a.m.' today and
marched to Fifth of May Plaza
sporting a red and green banner
with the inscription: "18 de Febre Febre-ro."
ro." Febre-ro." The group milled around a few
Checks, Letters
At US Embassy
For RP Residents
The Consular Section of the A A-merican
merican A-merican Embassy is holding li linked
nked linked S.ates Treasury checks and
or correspondence from the Unit United
ed United Sta es Government for a num number
ber number of res'derts of Panama City.
The6e individuals should go by 'he
Embassy at their earliest conyen
ience in order to receive the docu documents.
ments. documents. Their names are:. Abrego Jr.,
Jesus M.; .-Agragel, Prisciliano;
AguJar, Olmedo; Anderson, Aar
on; Baptiste. Jean: Benjamin, Fe
lipe; Bent, Ernest: Bnet, Mrs. Mi
caela C.; Corsndi, Romain; Clark,
Lucille E.i Crespo-Vega, Ismael;
Delgado, Julio; Dudley, Raymond
M.; Garza, Flor M.; Genoviva, De
me ria; Jimenez, Joseph: Johnson,
James; LaPoir.te, Agatha; Law-
son, Theodore D.; Mario, Felix;
Martin G,; Ricardo; Maurice,
Dorothee; Miller, Cecil Edgar; Mi Milord,
lord, Milord, Paulina E.; Newton Jr., Lu Luciano
ciano Luciano A.; Olayvar, Narciso; Older Older-on,
on, Older-on, ThOmas; Palms Rios, Maria
F.; Paredes B., Manuel' C; Par
sons, James A.; Pasamante Jr.,
A.; Pastrana, Joaquin; Payne, hen hen-r:etta;
r:etta; hen-r:etta; Piggott, Alberta G.; Pig Pig-gott,
gott, Pig-gott, Percival G.; Pimentel, San Santiago;
tiago; Santiago; Richardson, Alice G.S.; Ro Rodriguez,
driguez, Rodriguez, Delia I.; Selman, James
R.; Simmons, Henry J.; Smith,
Dalia G.; Spraggs, Frederick A.;
Thomas,' Frank; Wiley, Carrie L.;
Williams, Isaac N., Williams, Wil
fred, and Willis, G.B.
Isabel Navarro da la Guardia. the
.

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Office
Today:
minutes and started marching
back up Central Avenue "towards
Cathedral Plaza.
Marquez Briceno and Other

members of the revolutionary
movement also wore red 1 aid
green patches on their lapels..
The platoon of National Guards
men moved in shortly after the
demonstrators Jeft Cathedral Pla- ',
za a mounted armed guards-at
all approaches to the square., j
.fer .he-.demeistrer.ooi;C,J
'ttc from: 'firth of May Pleie
they were stopped by the arme4
wards. They Jeered the guards guardsmen
men guardsmen from afar, but made n
move to start any violence.
The new Councilmen named by
Cajar Escala include' Carles. Te Te-derico
derico Te-derico Humber, Mrs. Ruth Perei
Per6, 01 ea Moreno Guillen, Pablo
Paz, Aristides Wilson, Basilio
Ford, Juan Pastor Paredes, Enoch
Adames. Ricardo J. Brin. Felipe
Motta, Alejandro Mendez P.; Car Carlos
los Carlos Perez. Ewjenio Barrera and
Dr. Rodrigo Bernal.
Mrs. Pere. Paz, Adames and
Motta had also been chosen as
councilmen on the list of the re-i
vo'utionory committee. ;
In addition to these there are,
the 15elected Councilmen and the'
first and second alternates, num-,
Bering 30 in all.

SMe Vane 6rln'f
Notices of re-classification under
the new uniform nay scale were
received by non-US citizen work workers
ers workers on the Canal Zone this week
with unfavorable reactions ranging
from mild disappointment to de despair
spair despair Spokesmen for Local 900, AFL
CIO, announced in a statement
that it has asked the Personnel Di-.
rector of the Canal Company to set
appeals nrocedures in motion. Tha
union will handle appeals for itf
members, the statement said.
The text of the union's state statement
ment statement said that "only a cpmparaf
tively few could exnress any satis satisfaction
faction satisfaction over their classification or
raise of pay."
Advising its members that those
who desired to do so could appeal,
the union said that apoeal affect affecting
ing affecting groups who have identical eu-'
ties will be given priority ovef In Individual
dividual Individual appeals in order to facil facilitate
itate facilitate the action. t
Members were urged to submit
appeals to their representatives or :
to the union's Single Wage Pled
Committee as early as possible. ?
ARA Lawyers
U S iDrpni Court
CHICAGO. Feb. W (UPI- Ar
American Bar Association com-'

mitee renort hi?h!v crit!cal of v (
TT.S. Suoreme Court decisions ojf.'L
Communisn was being readM t i.'
dav for submission to the.ABA' t t
policy-making House of Deleaes. i.
The 50-xige report specYicallY
criticizes 23 recent high court rul-
inps dealing wtb eommunism and v
Comimunists. The lawvers charge "fjT'
Hie court is coddling Reds.
ABA spokesmaa said tin retterl
proposes "correct've legislation
to counteract the court decisions'.?
Behind the report is the ABA'S
10-member Committee on Comwr Comwr-nist
nist Comwr-nist Tactics, Strategy and Objec
fives. It was understood the com committee's
mittee's committee's report would charge the -court
has favored "Communists,
fellow travelers and dupes -n
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SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 1959

"THE PANAMA AMERICAN

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THIS 1$ YOUE FOEUM THI EtADIM OWN COLUMN
" The MM Bex h a mm renim tor mim of The Piiiim Amerltis
rerrer ere receives' srarefwIlT ana are Hindi, in t wholly eewfieWIal
Manner.
' "If Matrik a UHer eWf be Imeatieirf H M,t Mr Mm
ear flay. Lnrf r uMihd lit Mia erder relv.
Please try f keea the letter limited t ana eaee lenitH.
Identity of letter writer li held h ttrlrtert confidence.
Thi newtpiaer enume ne repenlkilitv ret ttweiit er opinion
xprestei in letter front reader.
;r M E MAIL BOX

SINGLE WAGE TOLf RANCI

Sir:
" I consider the maimer in which the single wage provision of the
1955 US-Panama treaty are being implemented to be an tnitright in infringement
fringement infringement of the Memorandum of Understandings attached to that
"About four percent of Local Raters are to get US-rate pay scales,
while the remaining 10,000 Ical Raters get nothing. This is contrary
to the statement by our Panamanian Chief Executive in 1956, when
he toU us we would all receive a pay increase of from three to four
permit to compensate for our loss of commissary privileges,
v. Even the placing of the few Panamanians on the US-rate rolls is
a -farce. In a one-sided deal they get the effective US Rate minus 43
What is the motive behind the way in which the Canal Zone au authorities
thorities authorities are carrying out, or failing to carry out, their treaty pledges?
At)' ty trying to create dissension among their employes? Every
Canal Zone emolove who lives in Panama lost his or her Commissary
privileges on the last day of December, 1956. If the fortunate four
percent of Local Raters get an increase to compensate for this, we
should all get it. . . ..
"" The loss of commissary privileges lowered our standard of liv living.'
ing.' living.' From that Dec. 31 many Local Raters are reporting to work
daily without a lunch. During the lunch hour they have nothme to
do but take a nap on an emoty stomach. At the end of the day they
have no money for transportation, and have to walk it home unless
they can beg their bossr for a drop.
Are we, as Panamanians, to understand that it means nothing to
our RP government that the US government thinks it can do what t
fifes with our contracts? Is this the price we have to pay for an al alleged
leged alleged Good Neighbor policy? '
" The Canal Zone authorities should be reminded that w Panama Panamanians
nians Panamanians have the same God-given right to -work in the Canal Zone as
any American in this hnd of ours. In justfc. every Panamanian is
a shareholder in that Cut. This is our country, and no American here
has any right to treat with contempt our efforts to earn our daily
bread on our own soil. kA
J The Big Stick policy has been dominant here too long, aftd our
iegislators must put an end to it. Panama is a tolerant land, but our
tolerance is being abused by foreigners who refuse to respect our
laws whether regarting our 12 mile limit or the 1955 treaty.
- Our tolerance has now reached the point where we find ourselves
tolerating ioreign bigots who snub us in our own native land.
hv,We tolerate the willul neglect of the 1936 treaty pWisjpns can can-teg
teg can-teg "for Civil Service opportunities for Pahi'anin,ennlov on the
We tolerate the same people who out of spite and prejudice dug
out every piece of pioe in Rio Hato before leaving that base m 1947,
and who are now back there again this week.
We tolerate the use of foreign money the US dollar as the om om-clal
clal om-clal currency of our independent sovereign state.
We tolerate without protest action which amounts to the down down-leading
leading down-leading of ig,O00.Panamanin ,emigpyes. ...
We tolerate treatment no other country in the world would ac accept,
cept, accept, and our tolerance is rewarded with disrespect, contempt ana

...;.!. 'r"iWfKA Jhinnsr.rrf hmdofrnimtetinn-of the tingle

wage provisions of the 1955 treaty be In" complete defiance of Local

Raters contract witn us government agencies u ic n...
amji .ii,Ai nvarpiffntv Those who are carrying out the

inele wace provisions in this way are poor ambassadors for their

country. The sentiments oi ranama wm om uemu uut ..
Intolerance

Labor News
And i
(Comments

NON-TAX BITS
Sir: i X!, .,
The Canal Zone government seems so intent on being self-sufficient.
Now, apparently, they are pot eventing;. to rely on Panama Panamanian
nian Panamanian oroduction to furnish the supply of mosquitos.
All you have to do is walk along Amador Road from Fort Ama Amador
dor Amador down to the YMCA to see what I mean. Gutters all along the way
have green stagnant water in them, with many coated with scum.
What a lush breeding spot for the pesky critters.
Many have complained that this year's, mosquito crop w bigger
than ever. That's progress for you. u: .. J-$fg$
Occasionally a little man with an oil fan,. seems
the sidewalk, squirting the stale water here and there. He might kill
the insect eggs for a few hours, but then some tiature-loyine; soul in
the neighborhood waters his lawn, the water runa -off into the gutter
and stays there.
Drainage is obviously the answer. The Canal Company ought to
see that it is remedied before we all end up at.jGorgas with malaria.
Sometimes the drains are so clogged with leavesi candy wrapoers
and generM refuse that the water couldn't find its wy in even if the
gutter itself were slanted oroperly to allow proper drainaee.
I read that doctors who were here in Construction.TJays waged
such a war gainst mosquitoes that they would. ;end-. 4 man .with a
chloroform -filled bottle to the scene where the tulpriV, was reported.
Haven't reaut'on def enerated since those days?
Personally, I'm tired of being offered as an evening snack for
these homegrown mosquitoes. But spray disperses them only tem temporarily,
porarily, temporarily, and the stuff vou burn gives me a headache.
Mavbe thev could brand these mosquitoes "Born, Bred and Cul Cultured"
tured" Cultured" in the Panama ranal Zone. We Americans think we have the
best of everything. Amador Roads mosquito nurseries are contrib contributing
uting contributing to the biggest and worst-biting insects in the world. I'm certain.
Seratehlit frem Hatching'

SIMPER FIDILISTAS?

Sir

T tee hv the Barters the food old US Army has been playing war

games in the Canal Zone, with paratroops, honest to goodness mis missiles,
siles, missiles, jet planes and the works.
I also see by the papers that the Cuban Fidelistas have been in
town.
Could it be the army got a little nervous and put on the big-time
fames to discourage the junketing Cubans?
So far 1 haven't heard anything about4b Fidelistas being invited
on a tour o( the Canal I hope its because-they are too busy.
And according to the papers there were ho beards present among
the 2000 spectators at Rio Hato Thursday.
. Traveling Salesman

By VICTOR R1ISEL
Confident al mail dispatched from

labor's cenual poli ical headquar

ters in Wasmugtoa Da die naaon'

union chiel disclose a drive lor
an unpreceufcutea $4700,000 cam campaign
paign campaign chest though 195 is an oil-

year of local elections. Ink poli

tical war fund goal is Sl.00O.000

higher than the quota the AFL-

UO a committee on political Edu Education
cation Education (COf E) set for itself in last

year s successful campa gn to put

majon y ot its friends in Con

gress.

The cash pool is for the use of

he cen rai olfice. It generally is

matcned many times by unions

out in the Held.

Should you be curious over whom

these milionis if collected will-

back, there i- evidence that not a

dime will go for Rockefeller or
any other Republican of conse consequence
quence consequence be ween now. and '61.

There had been some GOP hoo

that New York's Gov. Nelson
Rockefeller might wins over Same

of the powerful labor leaders. This

hope became a museum piece

last Saturday night, ii. Valen Valentine's
tine's Valentine's day, in the Hotel Commo Commodore.
dore. Commodore. The AFL's stai, conserva

tive and well-preserved Central

Trades Council was assembleu lor
its annual Lincoln Day dinner.

A Western Union messenger ar

rived' with a telegraphed noe
from Gov. Rockefeller. He was
detained. The telegram was read.
The diners booed not at his being
detained, but at him, his party

ana his program.

uov. Rockefeller was not the

only one in his party who was
learning that labor had no; the

slightest intention of breaking with
the Democrats not even of chip

ping away a bit. Another libsra

Republican, U.S. Secretary of Lab

or James Mitchell, had tried io

win the unions over, but this past
week appeared to be giving up.
He had been scheduled la ap appear
pear appear before the AFL-CIO Execu Executive
tive Executive Council n Puerto Rieo. Mitch
ell has a grapevine relationship
with some labor people and he
learned from them that the high
command was waiting for him to
set fot on the island so they could
send him back to Pre? dent Eisen Eisenhower
hower Eisenhower with some mighty tough
messages about higher spending.
Jim Mitchell, a GOP vice-presidential
hopeful, thought that temp tempers
ers tempers might get toa hot in the warm
Caribbean gun and stayed in irecz irecz-ing
ing irecz-ing Washington.
From further confidential letters
mailed early in February by
James McDevitt, national direc or
of COPE, it is evident that labor

e not wasting a day in its anti-Republican
buildup this year. A

communication to the nation's lab

or .leaders dated Feb. 6, reveals

why COPE has set thisquietpoli
tical year's campaign budget $1, $1,-000,000
000,000 $1,-000,000 higher than the last one:

"Dur'ng 1956 the Caromi tee on

Poli.ical Edutat.on will hold 20 a

rea conferences in three series,

throughout the counry," this let

ter discloses.

In the (past there have been on

ly eight such two-day parleys dur during
ing during which labor's local poli'cos
were briefed, bra'ntrus ed and peo

talked.

Here is the dramatic section of

the communication:

"We feel that by having more

conferences, ech involv ng fewer
spates, the delegates will be en

abled tp discuss more inrma'ely
and throughly the procedures and
problems of -our political program
Involving registration, emmunica emmunica-t
t emmunica-t n of issues and campaign problems.

Because of the importance of

these conferences, we hooe 'o
have delegates from as m&ny loc

al unions possible. We would

deeply appreciate your advising
your locals of the da'es and loca

tions, as well as the states involv

ed, urging them to send at least
one delegate."

In sti'l ano hr communication,

COPE ch'f McDevitt asks 'he na national
tional national hbor men to help him take
an inventory of the success of the
oolitical activity of every local in
the land. He says tha' over 1.000
replies have Come into cen'ral

headauarters. These are being an an-lvied.
lvied. an-lvied. But they are not enough.

The eflt're labor movement a be being
ing being polled so1 weaknesses cn be

discovered long beiore tne i960 e-

lection.

"Strategy 1960" has been so
smwthly worked ou that 'he spe special
cial special administrative committee of
COPE, which traditionally meets
and repots to labor's h'gh com command
mand command at V.i mid-win'er session,
decided not to go to Puerto Rico.

'Oust Who Is Ahead of Who?','

NEA Strffctilat.

Walter Wincheli In Mew York

la the hJUfire of World War I,
General Winiam j. (.wild
Donovan luade himself famous
with a single, simple ooservauon.
While bullets and shells scarred
the nign he turned to his iroops
and gronly informed ihem:
"Men, .'s oetter ahead than it s

here. Let's go!" They cap-wed a

vital oojective and General Don

evan won The Medal of Honor.

. .The General, who died last
week, never left the front-lines.

And he was always moving tor-

ward. As the father of the OSS,

he played a major role in fight fighting
ing fighting the Nazis and until h i final

days he was a leader in the & nig niggle
gle niggle against Communism. Not ma many
ny many Americans have matched Gen Gen-ral
ral Gen-ral Donovan's purity of patrio patriotism..
tism.. patriotism.. He wat, never hampered by
pol icl vcOTstderattonr orwaelfish
mo ives. His devotion to his coun country
try country was rong and constant. He
loved freedom and thanks to
such love-r-freedom lives.

No question about R, folks, our
Good Neighbor policy is in good
shape. The forego'ng was cert! cert!-fied
fied cert!-fied in Brazil by Jayne Mars Mars-field
field Mars-field whose shape speaks an in international
ternational international lngo. As an expres expression
sion expression of iheir support for an Amer American
ican American sexport, Brazilian fans, in a
burst of fervor, ripped off her
dress. The hisorie incident was
recorded by photogs, of course.
. .Our Jayne was equal to the oc oc-caion.
caion. oc-caion. The supreme diplomat, she
blissfully iiuV-med One and All
"I know It's very common down
here to phch a girl but goodness,
I'm just black and blue every
where." She then added graceful gracefully:
ly: gracefully: "Everybody has a different

way oi snowing affection."

t.V."18 w unanimous in
Philly for Tennessee Williams
Sweet Brd of Youlh," co-starring
Paul Newman and Geral Geral-k
k Geral-k er..Fa- The drama, diree'ed
by Elia Kazan, gives every :ndl.

i.uvu m Deing one of the sea

sons iop events... .M'as Page,

...t.ueniaiiy. once exiolained why
she became an actress: "I thought

" ""icu w do an artist, but the

pencil wouldn't go where I went about me. Being a movie star is

klVASilii'GTtiri

f.iERRY.GO-RoUiJD

i Dnaw tSAR8ott :

WASHINGTON .President K- This would gradually paye the way

senhower nas Been aavuea w
make eome pverieai tripsr putUy
to build American prestige abroad
partly to repair, his own prestige
at home. ? e. i
SecreUry o State John Foetn
Dullei receikUy suggested that he
fly to Paris in April to attend c
remonies marking the tenth eani eani-versary
versary eani-versary of the North Atlantic Pact,
then stop off in London to visit
Queen Elizabeth J Yi-''
Eisenhower is also being urged
to fly to Russia July to, open
the American exhibit at the Soviet
Trade Fair, and to visit India at
Prima Minister Nehru's Cuest.

Dulles has been against both

these trips even though Republican
political leaders think they would
be a great' idea. ;

ed it to. Then I thought to be a

musician, but when I couldn t
learn a concerto in the first les lesson,
son, lesson, I gave up. Bui when 1 spoke
my few lines in that Sunday-suiool
pray wi h such fervor thav some

one n the audience criea, l de decided
cided decided to act."

Vincent Astor, who died recent

ly, knew that money is a wonder

ful servant ana a terrible master.
And he was awara that those

who have for.unes owe a debt

o the community. Consequently,

he spent millions of collars o c c-radica.e
radica.e c-radica.e slums and fight disease

and ignorance. Mr. Astor once
pointed out that "the satisfac satisfaction
tion satisfaction o doing, good gives, you sbme sbme-thngrwoney
thngrwoney sbme-thngrwoney cannot buy." ,,! ,,
In the final analysis, time is

the greatest treasure. Vincent As

tor was worth $100 million but

he couldn't buy an extra minute.

During the past fortnight, Shir

ley MacLaine has starred n L:fe

and, Look. Moreover, she is bright brightening
ening brightening the "Some Came Ruaning"
flicker. In a brief period, she has
become a ma jar iwinkler who
command fabulous fees. Only
three .years ago, Miss MacLaine
was struggling to survive. For
many months she managed to ex exist
ist exist via 10c peanut butter sand sandwiches
wiches sandwiches at the Automat. At that
time, coffee was a luxury. She
would get a glass of ice water,
squeeze slice of lemon in it,
add sugar and thus secure a
free lemonade.

The recent ridiculous and

shameful public ty stunt involving
Ava Gardner and a married ten tennis
nis tennis star helps explain why the
film star has bitterly comment commented:
ed: commented: "Every place I go it is the
same, thanks to the lousy things
newspapermen write about me.
People say things to my face
they'd never say to the'r worst
enem es. They read the scandal
magazines and think they know
all about me. They don't, because
no one has ever wri'ten tha truth

SAN ANTONIO BUCLI
Sir:
Tuesday, Feb. 17, was a very unusual day 71 degrees at 5 a.m..
92 at 4 p.m. Nothing like it on record.
Attendance at the stock show also hit a record high, and parking
space was at a. premium. Sunday's estimate was from IS to 20 thou thousand
sand thousand cars. We milled around for an hour and gave up: never could
get to either jiate. Care were parked a mile away and that's too far
fore me to walk.
We didn't get my clippings and are not quite up on what's doing
at the Crossroads.
Until another day,
. Ftp Wrliht

SERMONS

Sir:
I certainly agreed with the recent mailbox writer who objected to
sermons along with his Yawn Patrol. My pet gripe, however,, is the
lottery announcer who injects reminders about attending church.
Seems to me the high in low taste.
No Sal

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says movie actor Tony Randall,
who has played so many differ
ent parts he's been called "Tha
American Alee Guinness."
Seems that ha has so many
character roles people don't
recognize him when he s oft
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the loneliest life in the world.'

A heart-scarred vet of roman romantic
tic romantic wars, Miss Gardner has re re-irea
irea re-irea ed across a dozen natons in
iour continerits. "Nevertheless, her
extensive ravels have been fu futile.
tile. futile. For a very good reason: You
cannot get way from yourself.
The movie version of "Diary
of -Ann Frank" sis getting a" vow
buildup among previewers. The
film, due on Broadway soon, was
directed, by George Stevens, one
of Mt3vville's titans. Mr. S e evens
vens evens recently nointed out: "If

s fangs. The voices that dominat dominated
ed dominated Europe for years were those
of Hitler and Goebbels. yet the

; Undeniably, a glorious illustra-

uon of h stone justice.

S ardom doesn't always glitter.
It has its shadowy reali ies. For

example, some of tha hishext.

paid twinklers are taxpaupers. As
Eariha Kitt stated in an inter
view the 0 her day: "If it weren't

tor taxes, I could have retired sev
en times. People think I'm rich
mi i

iimy near i mane $200,000 or

woo.ooo a year. But 1 haven't any-

uung lor myseii."
Mas Kitt has graphically ex explained
plained explained the terror of stardom:

Wha do you do when 'he public

turns its back? You d' three

times. You die professional!

iney you die financially. And

men you just die."
In short, the higher tht pinna
cle the more dangerous the fall.

- j

ine adieulogies for reporter

ivieyer aerger mcluded this de

lightful yarn: While in Rome,
Berger had an audience win the
late Pope Pius XII. The Pope
thanked him for writing tenderly
about Catholic missionarei in

"Men of Mafyknoll" and then
blessed him.

The reporter was so flustered

mat an he could stammer was
"God bless you. too, sir."

Gary Cooper's "The Hanging
Tree" movie ooened lait week.

He is one of the more enduring

axars oi course, m his appear

ed in almost 100 flickers. K all

began when Our Hero was a

struggling salesman n the early
1920s. He augmented his sklmDv

income by toiling as an extra in

Westerns. During one bang-bang
episode, he fell off his horse and
attracted the director's al'ent'on.
Consequently, he won the lead in

two-reel Western for $60. Thus

started the climb to the neigh's

oi m success.

The melancholy headlln In.

eluded the news of Mickey Roo Roo-ney's
ney's Roo-ney's divorce. The shattering of

the marriage hardly startled his
friends. As the colyum once re

ported: The h'story of 'he affair
was rather un que. Rooney pro proposed
posed proposed the first time be met hit

bride-to-be. He continued oroDos

ing every night for two mon'hs.
Finally, they eloped to Vegas.
Mrs, Rooney later declared : "The
marriage was a shock to both of
us we both were s'tk for two
days."
This is to record one of the
happier love stories. For Rosalind
Russell the happy emotion began
when Cary Grant inVoduced her
to Fred Brisson. He started phon phoning
ing phoning her and she responded in fe female
male female fashion: Rot ignored h'ffl".
Briss"n was determined, to mit
iti mildly. He continued calling
for nine months'. On Valentine's
Diy he sent her a huge heart fill

ed with roses. Wbwi he request
ed da'e sga'ei, -Rot accepted.
And that was the begnrring of ,a
haonv enrfintf. v v

Recalling her ourtshl the ier
sighed: "Love Is sure funny. Sud Suddenly
denly Suddenly I lust eoiildn't wait to drop

tne net over mm.

IKE PICKS PALS

Ike can he very choosy about
answering questions in his press
conference. He doesn't know who
most of the newspapermen are, but

he has an unerring faculty for spot

tins hostile Questioners. He knows

which newspapers, are agin bira

and which siren t.
Here's what happened the other
day when Robert Spivack of lha

New York Post, a consistent cri

tic of Eisenhower, rose to ask a
question. When a newsman rises,

the President nods in his direction

and the newsmen then proceeds to

identify himself..
Anoarently thinking he was re

cognized, Spivak began: 'Robert
G. Soivack of the New York Post."

"That man beck there," id
Ike ignoring Spivack in favor of

Edward H. suns i tne .vnumma

(S. C.) State.
A little later an unidentified re

porter sought recognition, but the
President,- ljnoring him, spotted
Rowland Evans of the New York
Herald Tribune, a itanch Repub

lican paper ownea ny jock wmi wmi-ney,
ney, wmi-ney, Ike's ambassador to the Court

of st. james.

"The man right behind you.

Ike said. "That's right," he added
as Evans was finally recognized.

The New Yor Post's spivacK,

however, was persistent. At the

next press conterence, ne came
back, stood un. and said: "Mr.

President.

"Oh. ves." said Ike finally, I

believe that you wantea w oe re
cognized." ; ,

"Well. I made it," ooservea opi-

vack. He then asked a question

ahout the President 8 previous po

sition on price and wage controls.

DULLES'S PRIENDS

John Foster Dulles, deputy pre premier
mier premier Anastss Mikoyan, and the
British have been miles apart on
Berlin and on many? other mat matters.
ters. matters. But when the never-say-die
Secretary of State had W go to
the hospital with cancer, genuine
concern was felt in both London

and Moscow.
The Kremlin has nevar express expressed
ed expressed any love for Dulles, and the
Russian press has castigated him.
However, when Mikoyan was in
Washington he reported to mem members
bers members of the diplomatic corps that
he had been most favorably im

pressed with the Secretary of

State.
He felt that Dulles, in meeting
with him three times, gave him
ample opportunity to be heard. He
also found Dulles not stubborn and
intransigent, as reported.

The British likewise have never

shown any great devotion for Fost Foster.
er. Foster. The British press has figure
tively wrung its hands over the
danger of getting into war over

Quemoy and Matsu; also blamed

Dulles for demanding that French

and British troops be pulled out

of Suez in the fall of 1956.
Actually Dulles was in the hos hospital
pital hospital at that time for his first ope operation
ration operation and the Sues decision was
made by Eisenhower personally.
That could be one reason why
the British have become so alarm alarmed
ed alarmed at Dulles's second illness. The
British Foreign Office knows that
American foreign affairs are play played
ed played almost entirely out of Dulles's
hat.
Meanwhile it can be revealed
that the chief plan Dulles was try try-ing
ing try-ing to work but for Germany on hi
recent trip was the establishment
of an all-German council, repre representing
senting representing East and West Germany,
which could begin limited econo economic
mic economic cooperation between the two.

for fr lAti,i

c Dullest idea has been that the

two parts of Germany should be begin
gin begin living together, step-by step,
not plunge in.o a sudden union
from which might come IricUon.

Alter this preliminary cooperation,
he believes, sree elections could
follow..---:.'-'; -: v-V -,.-;r: -'

" 'V? v. '.''i 5'-
LABOR ENTERTAINS
Befoe he left Washington. Ber.

lin's Mayor Willy Brandt had a

private dinner with- the nation s
top labor leaders.
J'Speaking for West Berlin," he
told AFL-CIO president ; George

Meany, "let me say that we will
never sunrender to the rule of a

dictator we had one sad experi experience
ence experience with that" under Hitler. We

are prepared for a long, drawn-

out struggle, if necessary, if. Bus

aia blockades our city.',..,,-

Brandt said that there was some
"concern and alarm' in West Ber

lin last November when Russia

first threatened the blockade.
Some people withdrew money
from banks and deposited it in
West Germany end even in Swit Switzerland
zerland Switzerland but this situation- was
short-lived, he reported, adding
that there r now more denosita

in West Berlin banks then ever

before. i -; :.
West Berliners have an "active
program" ready, to 1'keen the citr

alive' if they are blockaded, said

me mayor, including stockpiles of
power, fuel end foodstuffs.
"We ere looking to the Western
powers for help," he -'sakLM'but
the people ere steeled to hold out
e long, long time."
German Ambassador Whilhelm
Grewe drew chuckles when he ob observed
served observed that the dinner "meeting
had a "fuller attendance" of labor
guests than a similar get-together
with Mikoyan.
AFL-CIO president Meany had
refused to meet with Mikoyan,
though other top labor chiefs
including Walter Reuther ? of ithe
Auto Workers, James Carey of the
Electrical Workers,? William JDo JDo-herty
herty JDo-herty of the Letter Carriers, and
Joseph Beirne of the Communica Communications'
tions' Communications' Workers showed,' up and
gave Mikoyan quite a grilling.
With a grin a$ : Meany Gtewe
remarked': : "I' recognise-! tbe'leel tbe'leel-ings
ings tbe'leel-ings of some of youvYou, threw
the invitation to meet Mikoyan in
the wastebasket and you bad a
perfect right to do so; .However,
from my point; of. "vieVr1 it was a
good thing that some of. you were
on han4tOvletsMik.oya lfnoW a-'bout-
thes Opposition of ,-,Amerfcn
labor toSoviettytanny isi Ger Germany
many Germany and lsewhere.v A'
"We planned it that; wayoh.
- There were chuckles: when, Mea Meany
ny Meany mad,t,a ;,point j of not ( Calling
'UtCiradBelrM
for after-dinnes- remarks.;
"They're all Irishmen and I

think it better, that we hear from
Walter Reuther and ,W i 1 1 1 a m
Schnitzler AFL-CIO secretary secretary-treasure:),
treasure:), secretary-treasure:), ia view of the fact that
the honored guests on this occa occasion
sion occasion are from Germany," explain explained
ed explained the AFL-CIO boss, whose own
name if as Irish as the Lakes of
Killarney. ;

OOP VOICE Mrs. Vera
Glasser of St. Louis has beta
named director of public tela
tions fo? the Women's Division
of the Republican National
Committee. She was formerly
on the staff of Sen. Charles E.
JPotter. (R-Mlch.).

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' visits the Command and Staffi Course, class at the U.S. Army Caribbean School. Fort tf'ilick: vWlth him are from leftvto right: Col. Cecil Hlmes, Comman Comman-.daitt
.daitt Comman-.daitt of the USARCARIB School; Col. J.. J. Davis, office of the assistant chief of staff', G-l, Department of the Army, and former commandant of the USAR USAR-6
6 USAR-6 CARIB School ; Troxel; Lt. Col. R. II. Evans, tactics department, USARCARIB School; pentagoners Maj. T. J. McDonald, office of the deputy chief of stafi,
- operations; Col. D. P. Rinque, office of th edeputy chief of staff, Logistics; Lt. Col. J. -J Higgins, office of the deputy 'chief of staff, operations; and Lt. Col.
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SrECIAL EDUCATION GROLP Officers of the recently-organized Special Education- Assocla Assocla-tion'
tion' Assocla-tion' of "thr Canal "Zorie 'are shown shortly after their. election during a meeting held in. the Bal Balboa:
boa: Balboa: 'Elementary School. From left are E. W. Bie rbaurn, vice president; Col. Lewis D Farnsworth,
presldentj'MralDorothy Bitter secretary;, and Set. John B. Bullock, treasurer. V

Demo Leaders Cut Airport Aid

$72 Million To
hi
WASHINGTON, Feb. 20(UPI)
House Democratic leaders rep'i
ed, -toXjJ,resident Eisenhower's
spend.tbriE? icharges5 yesterday, by
skshttig 12 nvllHtt dlacS from the
federal, airport: aid bill, ano her of
their ".et pro jecte. .
'The D'emocra'ilc-c o n t r o 11 e d
House Commerce -Committee re reduced.
duced. reduced. -?rom 437 TtniUton dollars to
365 mliliort the "House Vers on of
ther four-year program for con construction
struction construction -and expansion of air air-portf'The
portf'The air-portf'The Senate -had approved
a 465 million dollar program.
Both .-, versions are considera Dly
bigger than the 200 millions dollar
louryear,- program' proposed by
the, President. ,,-
Tne House reduction reflected
pemocratiii wnerft over the "big
'tpzwier" lahet.Jiuing on cong'res cong'res-8ionl
8ionl cong'res-8ionl Democrats by the President
and other Republicahs Last week
Jlouije Democrats'.. chopped H73i
million cmlars rom the t housing
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; iKnoSc, who quarterbacked the
'Toronto ,. Argonauts, Canadian
' ? pro team, this season, says he'll he'll-intake
intake he'll-intake acting over football. He
,,-playa a-rolo Ijv "You Can't Win
! 'Em All," football story on
' 1 Bchlita Plhyhouse. Sayt bonnier: bonnier:-y44!
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Show JEconomy
The House arbort aid bill now
matches dollar lor dollar the a a-mouiu
mouiu a-mouiu requested by the President
for the next, 16 months thus meet
ing in advance any administrat.'on
charges that it would unbalance
the President's new budget.
- Final committee; action oh the
hill was expected early next week.
As orignally proposed by Chair
man ure, Harris (D-Ark.), it would
have. prQvideu 100 million dollars
a year ovr the hext four yjears,
plus an extr.a 37, million dollars
for the c,uner.t ,iscai,year.
But the. committee. cut. otit the
extra funds for this year and tr im immed
med immed 35 milliQn dollars from the
100 million dollars proposed for the
fiscal year beginning July 1.
-' The ;P,resider.t:r fiOO, million dol dollar
lar dollar program would b d'stributed
on "a oecreasihg scale smarting wi'h
65 million doihars in the next, fis fiscal
cal fiscal year,. ,.-1,
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Suffers Setback
HOLLYWOOD; Feb. 21 (UPD-
A young German actrees, looking
lorward 1o. Irtakmg her American
film dentit, in a ss-million dollar
spectacular, has been replaced in
tne. movie by established Jean
Si mmoftsi,';.;
"I plan to return to Germany in
about two. weeks,"' lovely Sa Sa-Hna
Hna Sa-Hna -: Beth-man .tearfully said. "I
havejno,hingto' say about this ex except
cept except that I was very upset and am
terribiv suroriBed." v
. Mies Bctlimeni who aDneared
in 11 plcturf 1 Europe before
coming nre; was cast for ; the
feminine '"lead in ? ? Spartaco,"
produced by'Bryna productions.
Actor Kirk' Douglas" owns
Bryna. He stol's in the f "1m along
with such acting greats as Sir
Laurence O I i )v J e r and Charles
Laughtonv '' i r ..
A statement meSsed by Bryna
said Miss Bthman was replaced
because it. would-be "more prac practical
tical practical to us- an-established 'star."
Mist mimons li -in the running
for her role tn "Home Before

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DAILY LENTEN
MEDITATIONS
(Presented by th Department
of Christian Education of )ha
Episcopal .Churchy in the. Canal
Zone, Panama and Colombia.)
Your Evening Bible Reading:
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Ecclesias'.es 3:1-10
A Time For 'Everything
"To every thing there is
season, and a time to every
purpose under fhe heaven."
Today's Scripture is an off
quoted passage,, with a melancho'
ly beauty in its : solemn verses.
Heading it in Engl.sh one usual usually
ly usually takes it as a sermon on the
importance of good timina in
lifer "A time to love, aiwr a time
to hate," and so on.
This is not the original, prima primary
ry primary meaning. The preacher i& say saying
ing saying that these right times for this
and that are of God's appointment
and that we cannot escape them.
As so of tei with this book of
bcciesiastes, he can agree in
part. "A time to be born, and a
time to die r time to weep,
and a t me; to, laugh,'; these
"limes'! do jeem to be, in Gody'a
hands rather than our own. .They
come to us when they come, and
we can neither provide mem nor
prevent them.- But, n the. ,whole,
the passagb teaches .a strict fa
talism, the dectriae that God s al
lows us no choke as te when we
snail Kin or-Deal, love or Jiate.
Christians must i emphatically
disagree. In Tennyson'- words.
word "Our wills, -are .ours ,to
make them .thine." We are not
God's pawns, but God's children,
to choose each day for Him or a a-gainst
gainst a-gainst Him. ;
We can use, our Lenten.season
to forget Hin. a jd spend, our dime
in ungodly pursuits, or we can
use it to came into a closer-fellowship
wiUjiHjnj, '$"
We can participate ,lm,.our
Church's activities and, services
to the worsh p and knowledge of
God, or w- can chase, ater our
many secular 'activities. :)
Bu: remember ythistfif we are
not ready to meet sickness, sor sorrow
row sorrow and death, -it is not .God's
fault for .permitting them ,to
p'ague us. He has heen. urging "iis
day by day, year by year to sur surrender
render surrender our VJ1 .to Hlra. t,

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'Friend' Who Shot
Taken Quietly By
WINSLOW, Ariz., (UPIV- A 40-year-old
steelworker was captur
ed without a struggle at a road roadblock
block roadblock last night and admitted Kill Killing
ing Killing the mother-in4aw and critical critically
ly critically wounding the wife of jazz musi musician
cian musician Johnny Zoiro, in a gun bat battle.'
tle.' battle.' Leonard Mason, befriended by
the Zorro family five years ago
because he was friendless, told po
lice he hid in a closet at the Zo Zorro
rro Zorro home in Glendale, Calif., Tues Tuesday,
day, Tuesday, night and shot it out with
Zorro's attractive wife.
Mason .was caught just west of
this city on U S. Highway 86 aft after
er after an Arizona high way officer spot spot-ted
ted spot-ted his car and radioed ahead to
set up a roadblock.
He waived extradition and will
be taken back to Glendale prob-
baly sometime today by police policemen
men policemen sent here from the California
city? :
" He was? orginally believed
wounded iB 'th Tuesday night gun
battle, butolice here said' he' was
uninjured. w ':
"I felt sorry for him,1' Zorro said
in explaining his former friend?
ship with Mason. "He seemed to
have few friends. People called

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"I had so much happiness
wanted to share it with a lonely
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The heartbroken Zorro explain
ed that his wife, Rona Lorraine
30, a former- sinner had carried
a .2S-caliber automatic since last
Christmas because of her fear of
Mason who claimed to be in love
with her.
Mason attacked Mrs. Pozzaro
Zorro's legal surname tlree
times in the past year and it was
tthe small caliber automatic that
Zorro gaVe to his wife that she
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Porrazzo, 31, her mother,-Mrs. Su
san Jamerson, 46, and her son
James Page Porrazzo, 5, entered
the house.
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the head; She is near death at
Glendale Memorial 'Hospital;
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Fugitive Freeman
Has Brief Billing.
On Top FBI

WASHINGTON" (UPI) A fugi
tive ws back behind bars today
only 48 hours after making the
FBI's "10 most wanted list.T'
FBI agents last night nabbed
John Thomas Freeman at Hills de.
Md., near Washington. He was
armed with a snub-nosed .38 calib caliber
er caliber revolver but had no chance to
resist arrest, ths FBI said.
The 40-year-old man was quoted
as saying he would have tried to
kill the agents if he had bad an
opporturaty.
Tm R-men. however, walked un
to Wiliamj on the street near
where he ha been hiding out and
had him in custody before he knew
what was happening.
f reeman, aescriDett as a man
who considers "a gun a part of
being well dressed," told FBI a a-gents
gents a-gents he "knew he was hot" but
that he did not know -he nad maae
the "most i.ai.ted" lis this week.
He was oemg sought for unlaw
ful flights from Missouri in con
nection with the holdup of a arug
store last Sept. 7.
Freeman was charged as one
of the two robbers. His alleged
companion, Glen Roy Maynard,
was found urutally murdered with
his throat slit a few days later
n a wooded area near Fort Lau Lauderdale,
derdale, Lauderdale, Fla.
Quote Unquote
AUSTIN, Tex. Senate Major Majority
ity Majority Leader Lyndon B. Johnson
(D-Tex.), on being invited with
other Texas national legislators to
accompany President Eisenhower
on a trip to Mexico.
"The President was very conr
siderate to invite us, and he ai
ways is considerate of senators
and representatives this way
when he is going -into their horn?
territories.
SAN JUAN, P.. R. George
Meany, president of the AFL-CIO,
proposing a shorter work week:
"We have got to turn our at
tention directly toward a shorter
work week. Now is the time.;
ST. LOUIS Assistant elephant
trainer Joe Stephens: on the zoo
keepers strike at the St. Louis
Zoo before the walkout ended
Wdnesday night:
"If I fiod out my elenhants
aren't being taken caire of, I'll be
back there.

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WASHINGTON1 (U$li Rep.
Daniel A. Reed: self-styled "old-
fashioned Republican" and dean
of GOP! congressmen,' died yes yesterday
terday yesterday at Walter "Reed Army
Medical Center. '
The 83 year-eld New York law
maker died after suffering a
heart attack. He entered the hoi.
pital 14 weeks ago for- treatment
of an infected foot...,
Reed, who tangled- with new
modern Republicans over taxes
and tariffs, had served longer in
the house than any other current
GOP member. Only two members
of the present Congress Speaker
sam Kayburn and Rep. Carl Vin Vinson
son Vinson (D-Ga.) were on hand wheu
he was sworn in 40 years ago, Six
days before the end of World War
I.
Reed's death leaves 78-year-old
Rep. John Tabef, also of New
York, -as- tanking House Republi Republican.
can. Republican. It e,levatesRep. Richard M.
Mmpson (R-Pa.) to Reed's top
GOP seat on the powerful tax
writing Ways and Means Com
mittee.
SimDson. chairman nf the r
publican National Committee, also
.IB .IIHk Mia... l:.fe 1 I
"f Btauiau uiaci vauvc anu nan
pushed tajf cuts even harder than
Reed.
. At the recent' GOP strategy
meetlnV in Des' Sfoines Simpson
responded to President Eisenhow Eisenhower's
er's Eisenhower's war-nine tn the flflP nnt tn
be a "hibernating elephant" be
iween elections ny calling for
nmie House leaaersmp to neip
the GOP cause, -.
Reed was the "Seeofid ; Member
df the new flfsth Congress to die
of" heart' troilhh? ftn- Canroa H:
Christopher (D-Mo.) died Jan. 23!
Thei- -vacancies left the House
wita a lineup: of 282 Democrats
and -152 Republicans. 1-
As 'flags atop the Capitol and
government buildings were lower lowered
ed lowered to .halfmast, Heuse members
sathered tn .- eiilnirix.
then adjourned until Monday out
vi -rcaynxt.; 1 . ,
Eormer GOP Ho,Uader Jo Joseph
seph Joseph W. Martin Jr., who served
with Reed for 34 years, summed
up the sentiments, of ,most when
he said he felfa. "great personal
loss" at Reed's death,
"He was a man. of unusually
high character, and. possessed the
courage to. stand .by. his convic convictions,
tions, convictions, eifen jf t they, MM 'era 'era-poranly
poranly 'era-poranly be out of favor, Martin
said- .
Reed's death was nnt aYnt4
to cause any major change in the
operation? 01 tne Ways and
Means Committee. Simpson in re recent
cent recent years has carried the QOP

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Dan wnen a succession ot jxmcss
es caused Reed's absence T ,,
Reed, born Sept. .1$, 1875 at
Sheridan, N.Y.," attended pobfie
schools and was graduated tiuur.
Cornell .with a Jaw decree inrl898.
A football player during ftif
school years, he stayed eaai
Cornell far several years. to eoacli
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Keea is. survived, by hu widow
and one son.
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Errol Flynn Cools
!lear Havana; Sticks
To Looting Story
HAVANA, Feb. 21 (UPI) -.Er-
rol Flynn was cooling off in "a Ha Havana
vana Havana suburb today' in his hassJi
with the Havana Hilton Hotel"
ver the $8,024 fire in his suite ear earlier
lier earlier this month.
The movie hero has charged
he was "properly looted" -white
firemen were putting out the pre.
dawn blaze. Flynn denied charg charges
es charges by hotel detectives that :mii :mii-placed
placed :mii-placed cigarette butt started' ntht
fire.
He is trying to collect for u lose
ff nA..rm.l knlnKi... ..-1 I 1
him in excess of $4500 and .wqu.lfl
like to know who all those strange
people were who came pouring out
of his suite when the fire- -wa
extinguished. .
Even before the fire was- 7 out,
he said, "the firemen were intro introducing
ducing introducing me to friends they .had
brought along." Later, he added,
the strangers "came pouring out
of my. rooms like, rabbits coming
out of a warren." r 1
The insurance company involv involved
ed involved would like to get to She bottom
of the mystery. .It will be the
ly sure-fire loser in the Flynft Flynft-Hilton
Hilton Flynft-Hilton squabble, it. appeared,
Flynn said the items' sttijeii
from his bedroom not from .thfe
living room where the fire prpkk
out, included a tijamond wa"tfi
given. him by, the late Fran'klifil
Roosevelt for his work in, the
1943 anti-polio drive; 'J4j
WEATHER SPUTNIKS 'n
Tlvnnw fnri u
wnj iuuscuw ra radio
dio radio said Tuesday1 three' Spufna
emm saieuues propeny spaced
around the earth could provweji
global television network. The
broadcast said Soviet scientists
proposed to use arfSficiaf satet
lites along with huge anteihnae"tft
re-transmit telecasts tn alt narti
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PINNY SOCIAL. POLICEMAN! IALL HIGHLIGHT
SOCIAL IVINTS ON ATLANTIC SIDI TONIGHT
entertainment on the Atlantic Sidt this evenlnf will start at 4:30
t tha Strangars' Club in Colon, whan the Caribbean College Club
presents its annual Penny Social. An interesting evening of fun gear gear-ed
ed gear-ed for all age groups has ben planned. Refreshment will be served
and numerous prlies awarded.
The 1959 Canal Zone Policeman's Bell, Atlantic Side, will start at
p.m. at the Cristobal Sky Room. More than 70 persons are ex ex-pected
pected ex-pected to attend the gaia event, Sgt. Hank OeRaps, chairman, has
announced.
Music for dancing will be provided by Ray Cox and his combe.

Naval Officers Wives
Meet At Union Club
The February meeting of the
Naval Officers Wives' Club was
held Tuesday, at the Union Club,
with Mrs. W. S. Rodiman, presi president
dent president in ch.rge.
Mrs. J- Comer was welcomed
as a new member. Guests wel welcomed
comed welcomed were Mrs. Bariield, Mrs.
Oglesby, Mrs. Smith, guests of
Mrs. '.V. S. Kodiraan; Mrs. Smith,
Mrs Coutis, Mrs Duran, guests
et lln. C. E. Mott; Mrs. Schlat Schlatter,
ter, Schlatter, Mrs Beatty, guests of Mrs
J. E Whitener: Mrs Faison, Mrs
Brackington, guests of Mrs. J. A
Fleniken; Mrs. McCurd, guest of
Mrs'. D. B. Crudup; Mrs Kuhlman
guest of Mrs W. S. Sherman;
Mrs French guest of Mrs. R 1
French; Mrs Guzman, guest of
Mrs. L. V. Castro; Mrs. Speed,,
guest of Mirs. R. u. van usoai
Farewell were said to Mrs S G.
Blouin, Mrs R. R. Robertson, Mrs.
R Noble, Mrs. M. J Nash, Mis.
Handlan and Mrs Mullen
The members of the club were
taken on a tour of the San Felipe
section of Panama City which in in-eluded
eluded in-eluded a tour of the Church or the
Goldon Altar and the Presidencia.
'Panamonte Inn
Announces Guests
Recent guests at the Panamon Panamonte
te Panamonte Inn in Boquete include Mr. and
Mts. Umberto Ariani, Mr. and
;Mrs. Ben Chassin, Mrs. Sophy
Levinson and son Michell, all ot
'Panama; R. C. Kelsay, Mrs. Clone
Goddy, Mr. and Mrs. Helotie ot
Balboa; Paul G-ahan, Cameron
R. Grahan and Capt. Richard G.
Allispie of Los Angeles, Calif.
'Canal Zone Baha'is
. Try? regular discussion .classes
of ihe Baha'is of the Canal' Zone
I will be Held tomorrow mornittg at
10 at 'the Curundu Community
! Building.
- The class sessions are open to
;th public.
Cristobal Elks
Picnic Tomorrow
Cristobal Canal Zone Elks
Lodge 1542 will have an annual
picnic at the home grounds tomir tomir-row
row tomir-row at 12 noon. All Elks and their
families are, invited to attend.
Games, refreshments and pony
rides for the children have been
planned.

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Diablo Council
Plans Town Mooting
Diablo Council members of the
Pacific Civic Council met We1
nesday at the Diablo Service Cen Center
ter Center to .nake plant for a town -et-ing.
The town meeting will be neid;
next Friday evening at 7:30 p.m.j
Gorges Patients Have
Two Bingo Parties
Patients at Gorgas Hospital
were entertained recently at two
bingo parties held in the Red
Cross lounge.
One party was hosted by the
American Legion Auxiliary, Unit
TV Repairman Held
In Dismemberment
Of Woman's Body
TIJUANA Mexico, Feb. 21
(UPD Police yesterday arrested
a 32-year-old La fueme, cam.,
TV repairmar for questioning in
the slaying of a woman whose bo body
dy body was dismembered and pieces
scattered south of this border ci city.
ty. city. Benjamin Lugo, chief of the
Baja California Slate Judicial Po
lira aniri h R Vharrt Thftmax.
La Puente was taken into custo custody
dy custody by five Mexican officers and
two American police at a motel
here.
Lugo did not divulge all police
reasons or questoning Thomas
with regard to the case. But he
said pieces of television wire had
been used io ho'd a yellow bath bathrobe
robe bathrobe and blue woolen blanket a a-round
round a-round a portion of the woman's
body.
Ofher portions of the Doay iwo
handless arms nd two legs
J re found1 Tuesday and Wednes1
ay in a gully near a '' highway
south of here.
The FBI at San Diego confirmed
that it haa been reques ed to in
vestigate the possibility the wom woman
an woman believed an American was
the long missing Mrs. Muriel
Kling, 35. Fontana. Calif., sought
abng with her husband for a se seres
res seres of robberies and a scheme to
kidnap crooner Bing Crosby's
wife.
The kidnap plot never came off
and Mrs. Kling was not found
by police investigating the ease.
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Seven. Useful articles were award
ed as prizes, and refreshments
were served by the hosts and
hostesses.
The Fleet Rserve Auxiliary en
tertamed the patients this weeK
with Mrs. Peggy Beard and Mrs
Jennettt- Jones as hostesses
Homemade cakes and punch were
served.
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no way for the defense to keep
him from making the rest of the
tricks on a cross ruff.
' If South starts by drawing two
rounas or n-umps the hand will
collapse. East Will get in with the
second spade and lead a third
round of trumps, whereupon de declarer
clarer declarer will be unable to ruff out
both his small diamonds.
The play of the hearts before
drawing trumps does entail some
risk. If hearts break seven two
the third heart lead will be ruffed
and South will go down.
On the other hand, there is no
sure thing play and this is the
best percentage.
Q The bidding has been:
Eaat South West North
1 Double IV 1
Pass ?
You, South, hold:
AAQSt VK 10 7 3 AAJ9 4 2
What do you do?
A Bid three spades. This ia
a allfht overbid but two spade
la Inadequate.
TODAY'S QUESTION
The bidding is the same as in
the question Just answered. You,
South, hold:
AQ5Z VKQ7S AJ94 2
What do you do now?
Answer Monday
iVv
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WILL TRAVELWearlng- the
; full-dress uniform of Admiral
of the Fleet, Prince Philip
ia resplendent la decorations.
Photo was released in connec connection
tion connection with his world tour, begin beginning
ning beginning Jan. 20. Decorations in include
clude include Garter Collar, Badge of
the Grand Master of the Order
of the British Empire (around
nil neck), Garter Star (below
trow of medals) and Thistle Star.

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HONORED KNIGHTS A Joint exemplification
was administered to Rev. Luis Punzolo, Apostol
Knignts of Panama-Balboa Council 1371 and Cr
Knights of Columbus Hall. Shown from left are
Columbus. Rev. Punzolo; Monsignor Donate So1

matic Corps in Panama and also a recipient o
of Council' 1371. After the ceremony, Rev. Punzt)
the members of the newly inducted class nam
members include servicemen of the Armed Fore

manent residents, will celebrate

Westrex High Fidelity Stereophonic Equipment tvne 4545

exhibited, durinjr the conference
tive firm, which was held and

US Steei Chairman Wants

Demands Of UnionsCurbed

MINNEAPOLIS (UPI) -Roger
M. Blough. chairman of U.S.
S.eel Crop., said yesterday orv
three months before the start of
crucial steel labor negotiations
the "probability is that we shall
go orbiting off on another great
round of inflation" unless union
demands are curbed.
"Each one cent Increase costs
to add to the inflation spiral,"' he
said in an address before the Min Minnesota
nesota Minnesota Editorial Assn.
Blough said the steel union has
been running newspaper adver
tisements talking about "a billion
dollar bundle" when the present
three-year agreement exppires on
June 30. He' said the ads have
told how an extra billions dollars
in the pockets of steelworkers will
increase prosperity throughout
the ration.
"And that sounds lust dandv:
but why be so selfish about it
Why limit it to 1,250,000 steel-
workers? Why not do the same
fo all of the 65 million gainfully
employed people in America and
thus raise the ante to 52-billion dol
lars? In short why not go on s
real inflationary bender while we
are at it? It should be lots of
fun. .while it lasts"
Blouch said "unhappily for all I
of us, you don't find a billion dol dollar
lar dollar bundle in a five-and-ten cen--
stpre not even in these days of
inflation."
In his talk, which marked the
SAYS WOMEN MORE HONEST
NEW DELHI. India (Uri)-
Bachittar Singh, chairman of Hel-
hi Transport Committee, said
Tuesday he hired women as bus
conductors because he had found
them to be more honest than mpn.

of the third degree of the Knights of Columbus
ic Nuncio to Panama, and other second degree
istobal Council 1689 recently at the Margarita
Ed Greene, district deputy of the Knights of
uicciarlnl, secretary to the dean of the Dlplo-
f tha thlrri riooren- inrf VrcA Mnhl rrnnA Vnlvht

lo was honored
ed in his honor.
Its fiftieth ann
of Executives of the Westrex

will end today at the Panama Room at the Panama Hilton.

first time Blough has discussed
the labor situation in anvthine hut
the mos. general terms, the
nig ateei executive anticipated
and answered two nnints t.h.-
Steel-workers Union is exDected tn
make:
Wat?e demands ran ha mM
out ot increased productivity and
lh ...ill 4 u- li-:
...no niu nut uk iimauunary ;
me real cause nf thp rnut
push inflation is to be found not
in rising wages but in exorbitant
industrial proms.
On the first Doint he said thnt
"if the steel uninn spplts tn imtifu
its wag demands by claiming
some spectacular rise in output
per man hour during the coming
months, it may fool a number of
people; but that will not make its
demands one bit less inflationary"
On the point concerning profits,
Blough said that only twice in the
presence decade 'have after-tax
profits of corporation as a whole
been as hiph as In 1QV) I out vnar
he noted, they were 5 billion dol
lars DdOW 15U.
The executive emphasized that
"if there is one banner iinrdr
which we should all unite, I sup
pose it would read something like
inis: nom mat une in ia5.

NY's Prime Minister Of Underworld'
Stripped Of American Citizenship

NEW YORK (UPD Frank Co
tello, 68-year-old "prime minister
of the underworld, was stripped
of his American citizenship yes yesterday
terday yesterday because of a lie he told 34
years ago while swearing to up uphold
hold uphold the Constitution.
Federal Judge Archie O. Daw Dawson
son Dawson ruled that the dapper, frog frog-voiced
voiced frog-voiced Costello "willfully misrep misrepresented"
resented" misrepresented" the tacts in 1925 when
he identified himself as a realtor
in his applications, fo: citizenship.
Actually the government
charged, Costello was at that time
a bootlegger who already had es established
tablished established himself as a junior ex
ecutive in the underworld. The
Bovernment said he also had con
cealed a conviction in 1915 for
carrying a concealed weapon.
Costello is in the Federal Pen Penitentiary
itentiary Penitentiary at Atlanta, Ga., serving
a five-year term for evading more
than $28,000 in income taxes, lie
has at least 18 months to serve
on the sentence.
Although the government could
move to deport him to his native
Italy immediately, it was expect
ed that no action woeJd be taken

until ha fuuuhea hl rm.

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with the traditional bancjuet for
The council, unique in that its

es stationed in tne canal zone as wen as per per-iversary
iversary per-iversary with a gala-dinner dance.' e

with Mackintosh amplifiers was
Co., Caribbean, their representa
US Agriculture
Dept. Signs Trade
Pact With Uruguay
WASHINGTON (UPI) The
Agriculture Department announc
ed a trade agreement with, Uru Uruguay
guay Uruguay today under which that coun country
try country will purchase $9,800,000 worth
of surplus farm products for fore foreign
ign foreign currency.
Commodies involved in the
agreement are 6,750,000 pounds of
tobacco worth $6,100,000 and about
20.GC0 bales of cotton, worth $V
500,000. Ocean transportation costs
were estimated at $200,000.
The agreement provides that
the peso equivalent of about five
million dollars received in pay
ment for the commodities may be
loaned to the government of Urug Uruguay
uay Uruguay for economic development
purposes. In addition, 25 per cent
of the pesos received as sales
proceeds will be set aside for
loans to United States and Uru Uruguayan
guayan Uruguayan private business firms.
REDUCE IMPORT DUTIES
MEXICO CITY (UPI) Import
duties on small European auto automobiles
mobiles automobiles will be reduced immedi
ately by 40 to 50 per cent, the
Treasury Ministry annoucned to
day. The reduction was made to
permit more middle-income Mexi Mexicans
cans Mexicans to become car owners.
DRAFTS PLAN
During his first denaturaliza denaturalization
tion denaturalization trial in 1956, Costello volun volunteered
teered volunteered to return to Italy if tne
government would drop its prose
cution of the tax charges. The of offer
fer offer was rejected. v
The first trial was thrown out
of court on th- grounds that the
prosecut'on had used illegal wire wiretaps
taps wiretaps to gain evidence. The U. S.
Supreme Court last year reversed
that action and ordered a new
trial. The second trial was con concluded
cluded concluded last January. ; J
Costello's skill at concealing his
activities from the law bad kept
Urn relatively immune from pros pros-ucuiion
ucuiion pros-ucuiion while he .amused for fortune
tune fortune as bootlegger, gambler and
slot machine tycoon. Ia 1942, he
was reputed to be a power in
Tammany Hall, New York Ci City's
ty's City's Democratic organization.
Costello's. drive for social prom prominence
inence prominence -once led him to psy psychiatrist
chiatrist psychiatrist who told him to "get out
and meet nice people." Costello's
friends during nil career" Included
such hoddlums a Meyer Lansky,
Joe Adonis, AJ Capons, and Lucky

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form) -i t
M Deep bole
19 Sick
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cloth
4 Verbal
44 Possessive
pronoun
41 First woman
48 Revolves
81 Fungoid
disease of
plants
5S Blackbird of
cuckoo family
96 Penetrate
10 Eggs
61 Disencumber
62 Erects ,
63 Fiber knots
BROADWAY BULLITIN BOARD
The most eorseoua tir in show
businesa beautiful Arlene Dahl
and handsome Fernando Lamas
re on the verge of headlines
. .Ricky Nelson's parents aren't
ecstatic over his interest In Shari
Sheeley, the cute young song
writer responsible for some of bis
hits. They think he's too young to
marry. A tip ; ranking; gangster
plans to "blow" --the U S. any day
now, rather than face a prison
rap. .Audiences at recent per
formancesof "A, Touch ctt xne fu fu-et"at
et"at fu-et"at the Helen Hayes 4" Theaier
have, been ttiorethtr slightly baf
fled when the part of Sare Melody
played brilliantly- by Kim Stanley
changed physically as well as
dramatically when the second
act curtain went up. It just hap happened
pened happened that understudy Nancy Ma Ma-lone
lone Ma-lone took over fa: Kim, who hssn't
been feeling at all well these days
. .Mae Krim, who's become fa
mous as Kim Novak's Hollywood
beau, is showing intense interest
in a lovely blond newcomer, Jo
Morrow.
Morris Levy, brother of the
well-liked Irving Levy who was
slain in the Birdland murder, has
been of little help to the police
working on the case. He claims
he can t identify the suspect cur
rently under arrest and has no
idea why the alleged killer would
have slain Irving. .Mrs. Marlon
Brando (Anna Kashfi) tells inti
mates to ignore ereports of a re
conciliation. No chance, she says
. .David Merrick wants Jackie
Gleason for the leading role m the
musical version of "Ah, Wilder Wilderness
ness Wilderness I", but he's somewhat dis
couraged by Jackie's demands
for salary blus nercentaee. Fi
del Castro is living up to all the
cynical predictions. He 11 permit
gamming, and he 11 become a dic dictator.
tator. dictator. Crndit the tinn-nr mnvt 1Hi!r
or anything you choose, but the
aiesi iaa in ureenwicn village is
th party to wbich you come as
your favorite monster. It' all
right for those in on the gag but
neignDors are being frightened out
of their wits as the gues s make
their gruesome entrances. .Ri
verside Records is making imme
mat nlnna in iBntnM f fh iuw
sounds of Thelonious Monk's big
band tor an album. The group al
ready is creating storm among
miiftfpiana nnH Will hm nnvallaH ki-
the Big Daddy;' of jazz' at Town
TT.I1 Wi.. mm aM. 1 'v ..k t
nan on r.eo, zb,, jne noys i ,ne
district attorney s office predict
rranx nogan s successor "win De
rin-rnarintf lourvai noynaH "XiarV
Stevens, now an assistant D a.
. .Rio de Janeiro is -doing every everything
thing everything possible to attract' tourisis
ine isiesi sumuiani: iney ve le legalized
galized legalized strip-teasers.
Audl'ev rMeadowa hs ha.
j i,
offered starring roles in five now
TV series, inchidlne th
- r ---es uiiv vf ucj
produced by Jack Benny an1 a CBS
..-1. a n .
version k oi my aisier Eileen
But she cm' Afford to sit around
and think about ghat's best for
berj she itiU' collects residuals on
? J'H2?eyP5oners"- with
Gleiion. .Capitol Records
will have Dean Martin wax "Na "Na-poll,"
poll," "Na-poll," which was written by Car
men Lombordo, who composed
Dean's last click, "Return To Mev
. .Sam Shaw's buddies are exci excited
ted excited bv the nrwi that .Marlnn R.
w WHIIVH aiair
do has bought his flicker; script,
"Paris Blues". .The manage management
ment management of the Eden Roc Hotel in
miarne iieach is stiH stuoned by
the recnt flnn hf a "Mb name" In
show business. They bad to can-
iei mm ana race in a replacement
after a three-day, run.,
Louis Prima and Keely Smith
are one of the top acts in the coun country,
try, country, but chums bin to their ori
vate life fear the combination
faces emotional problems, .Scott
Brady, who replaced John Ireland

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THE VOICE OF ;
BROADWAY
by Dorothy Killgallen

in "Destrv." h i miitl Hwi.
tive audience watching him dur
ing renearsais. She's victoria Caldwell,-
a golden-haired beauty from
the West Coast. .It's all over be-
oegan. and B... Milton" of toe Globe-
ironers. &ne ended IU By retm n n-ing
ing n-ing the gent-studded watch he gave
her. Rill Miliar lnvnlvs1 in
fascinating tangle with the Dunes
notes in i.as vegas. ne Dooked tne
Miliskv show there-' severs f vpar.
ago; and has been eollectina an
impressive commission over since.
But the Dunes mahaemeht has
oeuKiea not io pay nun. any more,
so wey ve taxen the., Mlnsky. off
uie auvei usemenis.
The 'Fiil"li"ft'iiiirtMi vnnnA
son, Tony, secretly yearns to be a
pop crooner. According to pals he's
quite good not only as a sineer but
as a composer. .Lou Costello and
his, beautiful daughter, Corol, who
wuu pieniy or compliments follow following
ing following her appearance as the "bill "bill-board
board "bill-board girl" on Steve Allen's show,
wm return to me Alien program in
a few. weeks with some father-and-daughter
comedy routines.
How the. American Revolution
was viewed Dy .ne Pa.r.o.j, me
Bntisn, the Uy alis s, the Hessian
iroops, the French and Spanish
allies, ana the. Indians is inlrr in
a new oook placed in circulation
this week by the Canal Zone Li Library.
brary. Library. This new book, "The Spirit of
companon piece to
Uis ome ana me urwy wnicn
A ihe story of the Civil War as
seen Dy participants. f
The almost l.uOO selections gath
ered togethei in this work reveal
the possible range of the nation national
al national characier from ihe jitegrity
ui Tvasiungxon p tne treason oi
Benedict Arnold.
The complete list of new books
and their authors follows!
Non-Fiction How to Raise
17.... -w:u, V m .i T
plays of 195T 1958, Commander;
Preacher' Irlrin Flw rhpr: Rriffht.
er than a thousand suns, Jungk;
Mine enerjy grows older, Kog;
How tn think and swins like a
golf champion, Mayer; Abandon
hint aulh n tih II K S Indiana.
pulls, Newoomb; How to build a
coin couecuon, neweiu; iaun
America; a modern history, Rip Rip-nyjrThe
nyjrThe Rip-nyjrThe sho?k-up generation, Sa-
uamiryi rwn i aioraic warr,
Schweitzer; The mass communi
cator!, Stelnterg; Anflue Jewel Jewelry,
ry, Jewelry, SteinTcber; Pacific sea
snens- iiunci n lanaee s oays oays-ley,
ley, oays-ley, Woodress. i
riefton Breakfast at Tiffs-
nv'a.' CatMte: Ciaiiriftwi in P.ri.
Colette; Depart th s life, Ferrers;
ine country oi me heart, Gil Gil-man;
man; Gil-man; The laud Gad gave to Cain,
Ine Aft' A tinUAl m J
vr v swv uui;iiuor IT ltlcU
The d8am wd-suided typewrl er,
Kooensou; ine tost- country, a
tamanca; The cautious h e a r L
Sansom; The scarlet guidon.
Toepfer; Lawful pursuit,; Under-
' Added to the Panama Collec
Hon I married ; : Sao Bias Io
dian, Morgan. ; ,..



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SATURDAY, WRtJARf M.1MI
TCI f AM AMI AMtSICAN AN tNDRCDtNT DAILY VTWtTkTtm

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UNITARIAN
Trtt Vnittriin bociety
, 10:30 a.m,'
Ancon Bird. bA Mamey F
,s r: -"'? Ancoa. 'i
i Your Invitation to -.
Liberal Religion.
cocou bakmt imca
s .. 311 ruj
!' Drawer Dbtm tatlboa, A" A"-.
. A"-. Pbonc a-170
Rdnd etallwerUi reatot 0
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Suiuiay1 caow
ouruut wurthlp
Trambi- Untoa ...
Kvaiuna Worsolp . ...
Stuuy Eacn Wadaataajr..
Srou-arnood-ltv ttonuajr
. WtW- Moiuiajr
u;w
t M pu
f JO pjn
7:00 P
pUin BATTWl VHUfVM
Balboa Haifhu. C S.
Anooo Boulavard
- Onwai "B" Balboa .Bjtlabt
Phona Balboa 17
: WUllam a Baaby. Partat
Sunday Bchool .! ?S,m
Morolnf Worship ..... ...... 10 : a.m
ivon.-litl. Sarvlet Tom
Pravar Maatlna. Wadnaaday .- t0 p.m
t-MilBlBf'aia1p Ibura-
. Mvi Bi'erhood" "i"
. iMonday in OMmtbl
tM ajt
10 JB
PIBin BAPIliT CHliBCB
Karakrita Avamia at 5th SHraol
Marcarlta. Canal 5-one
Rav. VVaodaO C Parkat. Paatoi
uiida Sctiuul ... .......
Murnlnt-Horahlp :...:
Bnptiftt italnlna Union.
tvenina Worship
BiH.thart.ond. Tuaaday
jfrayar Barvlcea. Wadnaaoaya
" tV M l) W rd rridaya
,StJk. R A Bunbaama.
rHda(''i.v .V i . ..
i a m
11:00 aj
?:30 P.m
:4llDl
1:00 imi
, 7:00 pan
-to DJ
Salvation Army
tMo--tiimllwUoal Kvanialtatlt
Maatmn
-PANAMA CITY
Major A Mn. W. Blihoy
.6Fabruary Straet, Phona:
a 10054
, ll:WHoiinesa maaunp
. 3:00 Sunday School
7:30 Salvation Matting
FARA1SO, C.Z.
Envoy A Mn. C. U Motclcy
Guiana Straet
, -11:00 Hollnaat Maatinf
"COLON CENTRAL
Sr. Captain A Mn. H. Grant
14th Sireet, Phone J8-74S
11:00 Hollneu Meeting
3:00 Sunday School
7:30 Salvation Meeting
COLON THIRD STRUCT
Sr. Captain 8. Taylor,
11:00 Hollneaa Meeting
'1:00 Sunday School
' 1:30 Salvation Meeting
RAINBOW C1TV. Cl
Envoy J. 0111 i?-
3 M Sunday School
' 7:30 Salvation Meeting
Union Churche.
BALBOA ...
The Bav. Oacaf W. Olaen, Pastor
Balboa Road at San Pablo Street
Paator't phona 2-1480
Church office 1-8236
1:30 t m. Church School Traa bua
.11 mmmm
61 vim. v.UB--
;( 10:10 ajn-r-Worthlp Sarvie -Church
rtm. itnni limit, tnr Ktnriarurtan
and Primary Children. Chureh-tlma
Cradle Roll and Nurtary
r a-nn Bt uik a,.iin-Ihln
1:30 p.m.-:00 p m. Junior High
rTellowahlp.
7:00 pjn.enlor High faUowthlp.
' MARGARITA ': X-
. Maraarita Ave and Bolivar Hwy.
'Rev. Theodora t. franklin Pattat
- Phonaa: Olflee. 1-184. Baa S-I4M
-c ,0. ,, ': ff KA-
,1:41 a.m. Church School. But aervlee
. Clataeai Nurtary through adult.
1 1 .AA mm llMHiM VMMhlH .
" M.nen (m Infanta and email ,ehil-
I XXI p.m. Junior Pellowthlp.
' a-it nm Vnuth PellowthlD.
' A eomnleta Mhedula of auxiliary ae
tlvltlM and official meetlnga aa
nounced from week to week.
.Rluant
Be. Walker M. Aldarton.
Paatat
..Oi' t-470 naa a-13
f- ( 30 a m Sunday School
"i f 10:40 a.m Morning woranip.
V' riMlal ull.M and apMK'daV
,1tta at annnuAead
Christian Scientist
-' i ,t v'V '
, Ptrat Chareh ef Chriet, Bdantitt, Aneem
i 860 Aneon Boulavard
t Sunday Servlcaa 1140 ajn. Sunday
School 1:30 a.m. .
km, Wedneeday 840 pm.
Reading Room 80S Balboa Road Open
really except Sundaye and holiday tram
0:80 to 11:30 a.m. and 140 to 6:00 pm
,-Saturday: 1:30 to 11:80 ajn.
2 Evening Houra 6:00 to 1 KM p.m. except
"yredneedey and Baturdaya.
' FIRST 'CHURCH OP CHRIST
, SCIENTIST, Crlatakal
mi vi.uivu aarvicaa will p' flvia an
the Ground Floor Roan of the Maeonie
. i ampin in tiatuoni maai .aotar la ine
Mprgnrlta Florurt). Entrance la en Bal Bal-boa
boa Bal-boa Avenue through the Arcade.
ti i gunday Service 11 40 a.m.
.'. Wedneadar Evening Taetimontal Meet Meet-;.lni
;.lni Meet-;.lni 840 o'cloek, .. .
. kimday School M held at 6:34 ajn.
a Reeding Room Hour Monday 1:00
.to 4:00 p.m. f Wedneeday 6:00 to 7;1
Vou ara aordlallv invited W attend
v "viyiiwa iuiii
loom. ,i
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Catholic
,4
. Sumlaf MaW 141 in 00 ina
am aw .. ... .. :.
HOD Ml Haaan iM. am
a tunny. M
M D-a TOuiaday
at tl
Miraeuleuai, Madal Havana: 10 a.m
n Mondtra t
. Catacbtaat alaa aflat ka aaaa
HI iundt; ' J :
Mlflb Sthael Stud Chia M p Mi w
Wadnataay
' tACIUBD atbttt-Aaaaa '
lundu MaaMa IM, 140 t jb aJa
ao(TDaf aamw IN ia anJ l-M
a.m 'c-.r
CoDtaaslona, Savvdat SOW to k.VU ana
i ifc 4n 8:00 am Tbutaday bafnra Pin
19 B-m aa
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saarao.naan imm
cataemam
rbuTwtay
Claaat
t:lt la 4I pja. on
OUB LADT O rATIMA-araada
Sunday Maaa at 10 a.m.
Holy Day Mam at I JO p-m
Coiii aaaluna: tM to f tt ajn an Bat'
....
Catacblam Clam: Saturday 30 to W
atundat Muae at 1,00 and t it a m
Holy Day Maa at i.-w pan'
Canfamiana Saturda I'M t- tJO and
Cateehlam Ulam Sundat 1HJ0 to 4Kt
Mirtcuioua Modal dovana: ll pm
Convtri iMtruetlunei fhunday I KM)
a m.
ST. VINCtUsrb-Paiuima CHy
Sunday Maine 0-00 and I JO i n
IIDIJ M WUWi. U HUU ,W ff.Ul
4 It It ll- m aWtttMlBti fch- MaaMa it
a du ana tuto a.m i
Conteamona. Saturday to IM and
1 .00 to 8 :00 p.m Thundav bafnra Pint
rrtday iw ta
Miraeulout Madai Novana and Sta
uona of the Craaa: Friday 70 p.m
Cataehlam Cuum; After SAO mam aw
Sunday
Convert Clam 30 pm Tuaaday and
ST. rHICKESA'S taeoli
Sunday Mam 1:30 a aa.
Hnlv baa Mam 0:00 am lit 11 talt
hi Saturday '8:30 am. i
ntKtm ciam a :io a in am or
Monday j. i
conremiona. awu a:av a m unaa-
;oitM iArrmi us U; SAi.Lt
BUiraaa awvai vv m-mv. i.
OT..W t i-w Uhi a SA'lffnn Thura
Prt and Sal. Plrat Pnday mam 0.00 a m
Hniy uav aa m
p.m t
riuiMuinni X:SU ta 4:30 and I MM .to
4:00 pm on Saturday
Mtraeuloua meaai novana ynaav t
P-m
Catechltm Claa. into on unoa
dl rHUWStrB La ame
Conveii Clam Monday 140 p.m
Sunday Matt. 100 a.m.
gunday ft
Holy Day
Maaa t :10 D.m
rhurnday before Flrat Fridav 80 pm
Catecniam ciaaa. la p m dp ouirant
Sacred Heart Novena 7-00 pnv on
'"'I?"' ....
cenven viaaa w: o.m or. mui"w
ATLANTIC BIDS
ST JOSEPH'S fait
Sunday Maaaaa. .aa. 00 and :lt a m
Hwy Day Maaaea 6 44 and 8:00 a m
'nnf'atnttna Saturda 4:00 to 0 and
t .00 to 8:00 p m
Mlraculoua Medal Novena weaneaaa
I 18 and 7:00 pjn
Sacred Heart Noveiu. rriaay 1:11 p.m
tt,.NHh KuMtlna CUMtlAaa 7:A0 r, m
Canvcrt Claaa 7:18 n.m on Mondava
and Thuradava
cataeniani Clata. auiway 'iB ia a.m to
lt:43 am '- 3:00 p.m ta 040 pm.
CMmI tVlnst Ktrnnaltlnn rf Mnat ttlaaa.
ad Sacrament all day HromUlon at 6:30
i.m aaiuraav momma
Finn saiuraay uevnuona to our uioy
if Fttlma The Holy Rotary 8:00 am
Firat Communion Inatructlorw for chil
dren Mondava and Thuradaya 6 KM an
' 00 p.m
aaiaiafiii filta aavatal f.A.iAIMi
Sunday Maaaea: 7:00, 8:00 and 10:30 a Jn
Holv
uav Mtaaaa- aw oe ajn
Maaaea-
and
3:ie p.m ..
Confemtona. Saturday 440 to I M0 and
1:00 to 8:00 pm Vet Roaary each ave-
ting.
Ulramilniia Madal Naeanai 1:11 and
1:09 pm or, Monday
Cataehlam Claaa' After 140 Mam Mi
Flrat Friday Expoamon ail day during
the School Yitar.
-""v ... ...
rtrat aturoayt Maaa n io in
HOLY FAMILY CHURCH In Margarita
Sunday Maataa 7 ao. t :. 1 1 o a it.
riMt Kattirriav Maaal
1:00 ajn
Weekday Maaaeer til ;-...
,; Saturday 1:00 p.m to
Miraeulout Medal Novena
Holy Say Maeae-' 7,40 am
Confeaaion i:41 pm to
every Monday
Pariah Family Rotary and
Benediction
"' evary Wodneeday
Dianiulnn Inquiry Oroup
- every Friday
lit Friday Devothmt' .
lat Saturday Davntlon ..
840 a m
?:6f) p.m
40 p.m
I. -is pm
4:48 pun
140 p.ra
140 p.m.4
740 p m
140 pm
T VINf'tMTlW-RamlMn CH
Sunda Mama" :M am and 040
m.
Hot Da Maaaee: 640 a-m and 640
am. ". -i
Confeaalona. 1:00 to 140 and UN to
1:00 p.m Saturday,'
Wtaehiarn Clam: l0:tt a m an Sunday
Cetrrart Claaa,, every Monday at 740
jr.'7"' i. .'.'
Miracuiau Medal Novana 140 bm
en Tuaaday. ,i . .
JMered aiearl Barmtai 140 pjp. an
vnoay.' . . . i :v
iMMACULATR CNCrmNlleMi
. ftimdav Mav l:l a.m .. :
Holy Day Mam: 640 m.m.
feaakiniii, 1:30 to f4 p at, en Bel
trda. ".,-''' m V ... i
Catechhan Cvm- e-Pft em on Mnndat
wa axawa aatruu vilUMBBa,

nuinaaj aaai i m. i w nej 99 a m. I
Holy Day Mama i g :M a.m. and g4nlsUNDAYS'
IP In .' I 600 ajn.

I Baptlam toy appointment '' ",'
Miraeulout Medal Novena I 140 pja
en Tuaaday.
Sacred Haarl Novana r 140 goaj
Frlrla. . ; ". ..). .--r: ... '"
Sunday School! 8:80 pm. Ml Sunday,'
ellgioua Inatruetlnn Clam far Chil
Am. 1 AA a rv...j...
4mw, a.vf r,u vw, inwnaaj,
Rellalou Inatruotlon. for adult if.'on
ducted in goanlah) s 3 40 p.m i on Mon
Pny
Convert tmtructlon try appointment.

t A .t Tma mmd tit tMdul eltiaal

Episcopal
, rhe Vary ha. Mauiert t
H.T.BV Data
a,ctlf. ."'
'I tHI CATHEDRAL Of ST. UlM :
aiiianava
4UNOAYS
IM a m Holy communion, -
a:ll ajn Chui ch Scbnnl IHol CiKn
munton Ird Sunday -r v
-JO e m Santa CommunHm T pun
'tMurlt tuituniri .... :lt lu
. .AA - UnMnl-B rM fill
II W --W. " "J
mon Holy Communion lat Sunday
7:00 pm vaninr rarviEv.
. WaUfNiSUAYS
m a Holy Omununlon
i-M pre Pvanina-Praver
, HULV UAVt
-SO' a at Hnlv, Communion
'. PAILT
a. it am Mornlna Pra
i-00 Ml da- Miaalonarv Prey era
cocou
' Church ui at Andrew
TtM Ray William W Bald arm.
Meat It) Charaa
SUNDAYS
Holy Conununlor 140 a m
Pamlly Prayer and
Church School .. ... 040 .jo
(Alm Holy Cnoununlnr 2nd
Mornlnt Prayei A Sermon 11.00 i n
fitindav aach 'month.
VEPNGSUAYS
Holy Communion a:wi ajn
' COB4IRA1
Chapel at rhe Uoot ShMhard
The Rev Clarence W Hayaa.
. . PHaat m Charaa
PRIUAVS- :
g:00 a.m Murnina Prayer.
(H.C firti Priday aach Month)
. OAMtMIA
St Slmoa't Ckaivh
rh4 Rev
Choral
ioTip Snear f
guc narun and
rnnn Spear Prleai In Charge
sat- '.,-
SUNDAYS
mon
Church
70 a m
140 pm
Bcnooi ;
Eplacopai Young Churchmen
't):OU pm
140 p m
Evemong ana oarmun ,MI:..
MONDAY! TUESDAYS.
and FRIDAYS
Morning Prayer, and
-Holy
Communion
:00 am
; i0 P-m
Evening Prayer . .
Womara Auxiliary 2nd and
1
WEDNESDAYS THURSDA YS
Hnlv Communion.
t oo am
Mornlne Prayer :
Evening Praret
8:00 a m
..i'ttrttt.
3 tt
7:0 ojn
SAl'UKUAYS ' '
lamilv Eucharitt f.
Office of Compline
I Ml a m
t:00 p m
LA SOLA-
The Re. John Spear frlaal In Chart
UArnlna 0rAtantt l?htrr '. .' .-
School .... 40 ajn
mon ... 7',..,- 10:3b a.m
Confirmation Clam 6:30 tm
Choral Euehaiiat and ta
Holy Baptltrn 18:00 noon
r.- J AJA.ua il MM
r&venauiia ana nnwaw . v
Wd MONDAYS ...
Woman Auxiliary ?o P-m
IHURSDAYS or FEAST DAYS
Holv Communion :w a.m
- paui seco
Chapei of the Holy Comforter
Ven L B Shirley. Priest In Charge
muRSDAVS
8:30 am Holy Communion.
MARGARITA
Church of St. Margaret
EspavO and Brazot Blvd.
The Rev. Edwin C. Webster
SUNDAYS
7:30 a.m. Holy Communion,'
1:30 a.m Church School Service.
11:00 a m. Morning Prayer. (Holy
Communion flrat Sunday of
tha mnnth I
THURSDAYS and HOLY DAYS
:00 a.m. Holy communion,
PAHA IPO
The Rev Allan R. Wantt
Prieat tn Charge
The Rev. David A Osborne,
Vicar Emeriraa
SUNliA"
:U0 a..n Choral Itucharial Bermoi
6:30 a.m Infant Baptlam
1.00 b Church Schocl
1:00 ojn Youth Fellowitilp
I .rfl a hMtanna Ann A AArmmm
nd tnd 4th WEDNESDAYS
i JO nin woman auxiliary ana
ta- UUId Meeting.
PANAMA CITY
St Paai'a Chaicb
rhe vi a lmnei R Shlrie. Raetor
The Re. Carltoa O. Morale. A sat.
6:00 ejn Holy Comm.iMoti
0t a m Sung Euchariat Sermon
i0:4t aoi Morning Pravar and Cburci
School
U1:00 mart Holy Baptlam
1 -00 ,.B Solemn veroert
iliaic it Buildlnt 131,
rUESUAVP
8:30 a m Hoiy V.ommunln
740 pm. Evening Prayer and S
WEDNESUAYS
0:00 a Holy Communion
t fit r, tStanlna atMtfAA
t'HURcyii A Y AND FRIDAYS
1'ftn HppIw AptmmimlrM
HOLY DAYS ,.
00 a.m. Holy Cearunuritotv
CHRIST CHURCH BY-THE-SEA
Colon, R.P.
(Oppotlt Howl Wasfilngton).
Tha Rev. J. Peter Partner, Rector
The Rev. Henry A. Blake, Aealttant
SUNDAY
a.na n l. r
.W A .11,. HVl; 1 Ml 1 l,,lt
7:30 p.m. Solemn Evenaong A Sermon
8:30 a.m. Morning Prayer
6 -HA a m. Phnral Elleharlat and aurinmi
m m a.m. v,nurcn scnooi
MONDAY, TUESDAY THURSDAY
6:40 ajn. Morning Prayer
a-oa Am. Hnlv rinmmiinlnai
I'M p.m. Evening Prayer ,.
WEDNESDAY1
1:40 a.m. Morning Prayer
6:00 a.m. Holy Communion
7:80 pjn. Evening Praynr A Addrett
, FRIDAY j
6:40 a.m. Morning Prayer
1:M pjn. Evening Prayer
6:00 a.m. Children luchariti
'BATVBDAt'!
1:40 am. Morning Pray at
640 a.m. Holy Communion
640 p m. Evening Prayer ;
1:80 p.m. Office of Compline,
BIO ABAJO
Si. Cbratlepbar'a Chareh
!Otb Street. Pirqua. Lafevre
The Rev Clarene W Hayaa,
pried in Charge
The Rev. Clarence A CntaaV
sia
S:a asiAhAriAi anil akmuai
I :af a.aaa mm lt r
10,40 aa Morning Prayer ar)d Church
1848 noon Holy Bapttvaa.
lie naaaai it'"' a-K t,
a to A m Evanaena ana Bermon,
MONDAYS 1 ..""' 7, .. a
740 pjb 11 and Ira. kToman'a AuH
liar. J ., ',.
AtaAan a taat ., .i ".t V j,.
ivanunia aw
640 P.m allr t-migmer aa w
, t .. Ring, .
140 p.m vouU) FWimtwiin.
WEDNESDAYS : '.'
8:00 a.m. Holy Communion. .,

J IN bji tTantnf Ptayar and PMiiglaua
iw pa uiria manaiy ocij.
am bjh la triL atnalatana. f.
a junto connnnaaaaj wiua
' CHLMCH Or THI. kABABKNB
tan rrengipani St. Anooo CZ.
t
ui
alaaaaak P-tluf
Maui M Hal
taiboa. v'X. tm
. tm i ma
:4 a4B
Sunda School
Woranip Service
...to ... ta:a a m
Youth Service
?: pan
40 pjn
tvangellttie bennce
Prayer Servlo. Wed. ... 740 pm
MkTHOOiST V;V",
4linrfBVt. a a m Panama WaaleV. :
" 10:30 ajn .Sunday School.
' 1:15 e m. Evangelical Service
and Sermon.
3unday 7 am. Paralss -'
. 10 ajn. Paralao Sunday School
' 7:1 p.m. Paralao Evangelical
Service. fv:4 v-r i
- METHODIST NOTICES
Sunday, Oct. 19th-t a.m. Rev. Victor
John Wataon B.D. t p.m. Mr. A. A.
Lovell.
Monday. Oct, 20th 6:30 p.m. Prepa Preparation
ration Preparation Claw. Mr, Geo. Mitchell. 7:30
p.m. Prayer meeting Mr. Pearl Pord.
Tuaaday, Oct. -lst-740 p.m, Glrit
LeagucMrt. K. King.
priday 7:30 p.m. Choir Practice.
CHURCH OP THE NAZARENE
Mount Hope, canal one
(aerom from Mt. Hope RR Station)
Rev. Ralph Hyaoni, Paator
Box S019 MargariU, CZ.
Phona 3-2470
Sunday School .. 0:45 a.m.
Morning Worship 110 a.m.
Evangellttic Service 140 p.m.
Prayer Service, Wed 1:30 p.m.
NATIONAL BAPTIST CHURCH
Panama HP 3ra Street t
Kay a N Brown. Muilater
Divine Woranip 40 a.m
Sunday Maaaaa 7. 1:44 11:45
Rio Abtjo. RJ.
Sunday School
3:00 p m
JKHUVAH-B WITNESSES
Mvetlna Thuradaya at 7.30 ojn )d
'.imriava ai 4 Of, om Wirt Memorial
too BaltKjt Road Balboa
CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST OF
LATTER DAY SAINTS (Mormon)
Chapel on Balboa Road
Priesthood Meeting Sunday 8:30 a m
Sunday School. Sunday 10 '00 a.m.
Sacrament Meeting. Sunday 6:00 p.m
Relief Society, Tuesday 8 00 a.m.
MIA Wednesday 7 40 p.m.
Primary. Thurtdav 4.00 pm.
Telephone Balboa 4227
A .1. BtAAAAll
tulldlng 200. Schoolhouae Road. Gatun
punaty eicnooi, aunaay v "'
Sacrament Meeting: Sunday 1140 am
CIlRflNDU PROTESTANT CHURCH
'A Warm Hearted CburebT
. Milton R Leldlg, Mlnlttet
ft.Ai. n n tut nt at. tint
'Sundav School P:30 ajn
4. a ai, fi, avart a aal
Morning Worahlp 11:00 im
r Youth Fellow'hip 040 p.m
tevenlng Womhln ..y..... J 40 pm
Praver and Prafte (Wad. I 740 pm
A church nurwy in provided.
.ui. I A'tiurhl.ll t'H,Ht?H
St Rapbael fhe Archanial
I. 4VlU at faVaaayg Uaa 1
rtou. feuchiriat, Sunday at ISf, am
' rueadav. Wednaadara and ,, Vfiurdev
ajn. .....",.,! i .- v
Stsramani oi unction ( Heating net
ici Flrat Sunda c aach montb a
(40 pjn 1
ajoajai Ha libel Chruttaa Cht-rsfe
Panama R P
HI Hev T n D D Btahoc
AaaHMtAtlna
Morning devotion 0Q tm
rellowahlp Worahlp :
Snndav School g:00 p.m
CHRISTADELPHIAM BIBLE MISSION
8104 8th and J- Aroaemena, Colon
SUNDAY
a oiain fir. m
XYJCIIlUI lOt owivF a..vr
Sunday School 3:00 p.m. Ara you
Bible Lecture iv.m
i
. MONDAY
a A. .11 BIKIa Plaaa T:30 B.m.
Va RihlA Taarhea That Christ It
Coming tnd will Reign on Earth
Are You net ay t
RAHAI'S CENTEB
urbanlxaelon El Carman. P ana mi Clt
Uitormai iaia ana Wicuap,u,A.
rhurtday 8 00 pjn
? Celoa, gtb A Front Streett
Stud Cfaaaea Thuraday. 1 40 om
lanKMiit wi ... - f
BETHEL MISSION CHURCH
Eapalaba St., paraito, u.a
t Waldaba H Stewart Patter
Sunday. 11:00 am Worahlp Service
3:00 p.m. Sunday School
7:15 pjn. Go pel Service
Monday: 7:30 Young People1 Society
Wannaadavi 140 Mid-week Chrlttiar
rellowahlp.
Thursday: fw cnoi, neneartai.
Friday: 740 Women' Missionary So
clety.
THE CHURCH OF GOD
H St. Parque Lefevre, Rio Abajo
A. J. Anvlek Overseer
Sit. C. Weeke, Pastor
Sunday Morning Worship 11:30
Sunday School 3:00 p.m.
Sunday Night Service 7:30.
utaaVI SatoI-a. Niehta: Monday
Wednesday and Friday.
THE CHURCH OF GOD
16th St. (Monte Oscuro Rd.)
Rio Abajo
Rev. William Johnaan Pastor
Sunday School 9:30 a m
Morning Worship 10:30 ajn
Sunday Night Servicd .J.. 7:30 p.m
THE CHURCH QJP GOO
7038 Eighth St. Colon
Mn, L. C. Donaldton, Pastor
Sunday School 0:30 a.m
Morning Worahlp 10:30 a. m
Sunday Night Service .... 7:30 pm
THE CHURCH OF GOD
New Providence
Mn. M. Hlnea Pastor
Sunday School 10:00 a m
Morning Worthlp 1140 a ju
Sunday Night Service .... 7:30 pjn
FIRST CHURCH" OF GOD
Cor. Jamalcr. Trinidad Sta.
Rainbow City
Rev, WUIiam Uvtngston. Patter
Sundty School 9:30 am
Morning Worship ......... 10:30 ajn.
Sunday Night aervlee .... 740 p-m
" COMMUNITY CHAPEL
Diablo Haightt, C.Z.
(near Diablo school)
Rev. Carl V. Themaeen. Minister
- Rox 89. Diablo Height C.Z.
rbonea: Home. Gamboa gll
Church Balboa 4271
Sunday School 1040 tm
Worthlp Service .......... 11:00 a.m
Youth Berylce ............ 740 p.m
Evangdlttit Service 740 pm
Wedneadayi Bible 8tudy
and Prayer Service 140 p.m
Lutheran
REDEEMER LlrrHERAN CHURCH
Balboa Road at Wight Street
Rev. Robert F Gueeick, Patter
P.O. Bos 666. Balboa.
gunday gchooL Bible Clam 6 a.m
a ia.il
1SITUIV ovtvicw av.tA A
Holy Communion, flrat gunday ai the
minth. .. '),-',' 7
,'v" Btlantt Side
,;Jr" 1 Cor Sola 'Chanel
, Frederick S. Illlck, Vkar
, Divine Barvice 11 a m
Hnlv Costmunlon. last Sunday of tha
month. ...,,. '.',. '.'!',,.'''' :'.''

Jewish

jtmrHn Welfare Moard Bis -rkl-x Lai
doca doau Balboa. C.Z Rbbi Nathan
itkli. U-t actor.
Sarvte Priday 140 OJav Saturday
, pm "'
i5e aM uaunga at jarlab arvte
inrr Pau Baaa and Stationai,
COOjiaavation Kol Shaafltb atraaL Ave
iKia Cuba and 80th Street, Bella Vfarta
Manama City Servlcaa 8:00 post
Posts and Bases
PACIFIC SIDE
Protest ni
FORT AMADOR
Junior Church Sunday School 0:00
mwnuii n vtaiuu iv ,w
Church-tlm Nurtary School... 10:0u
Tallnwahln Hour
FoRT KObBE
Sunday School 8:00
Morning Worship 10:30
Youth FeUowanip 6:30
U.S. NAVAL STATION, RODMAN
Sunday School 9:30
Mornina Worship 11:00
(noly communion First Sun Sunday
day Sunday nf Month 1 J
ffjRT CLAYTON
Sunda v School (Bid. Ian I ... 'Ull
Mornlna Worthlp 10:15
Vniiik urallmvahiit Sunday 7:00
ALBROOK AIR FORCE BASE
Sunday School :w
Morning Worthlp 8:30 A 10:45
Youth Fellowthlp 6:80
Adult Bible Clata Monday ... 7:30
Young People Instruction
m. ... ,J a -ao
l UCBUHT 1
15th ND HEADQUARTERS CHAPEL
Morning wortnip
iHoly Communion Flrtt Sun Sun-dty
dty Sun-dty of Month)
Catholic
i-rvni. aiurartnn
n.ilu Man a. ia
Sunday Masses 840 A 11:30
rnnfAasinna Saturday 30
FORT KOBBE
Daily Mas
Sundav Mattel 8:00, 0:15 & 11:45
Confession. Saturday 6:00 7:30
..uki.n. rio Wednesday 4:00
U.S. NAVAL STATlbN. RODMAN
Sunday Mass
FORT CLAYTON
.9.30
Dally Mast
Stturdty Matt
Sunday Mast
rnnfesslont Saturday 7:00
6:00
7:00
8.30
8:00
10:30
6.00
7:00
: 12:00
7:00
7:00
7:00
COROZAL
ALBROOK AIR FORCE BASE
Dally Mass
Saturday Mats A
Sundty Mattes .... .. 145 at
Sunday Meat (Spanish)
Novena Servlcea Tuesday ..
Confestion Saturday
Jewish
Fort Kobbe -.Saturday
USO-JWB, jJalboa Friday ....
Albrook Air Force Saturday
USO-JWB, Balboa Saturday ..
ATLANTIC SIDE
Protestant
2:00
7:30
4:00
5:30
FORT GULICK
9:30
10:45
Sunday S'tnoot .. ,"
Morning Worship
Coffee Call
10:30
10:30
Church Nursery
Catholic
FORT GULICK
4:30
Dally Mass
Saturday Mats
11:30
8:30 A 940
rimi"- Saturday :oo 13:30
Confeetlont naturuay
FORT CUTJCK T t f
Tuesday ..( ..,..
ATLANTIC BIDS
Protestant
7:is
tOVT DAVIS
Sunday School Bldg.
353
9.00
10:30
Morning Wortnip ......
Praver Fellowslup Bldg
353-
22
TiAAdaw ,,
KYBB Wdnsdy-Pot htptl
Choir Practict Wednesday
Pott Chapel
.UH'l UULlCK
Sunday 8diool
Morning Worthlp
Youth (fellowship. Sunday ....
Bible Study, Wednesday ......
Ladie. Chapl Guild. 1st Thurt.
usT NAVAL STATION. Coco Sow
c. 1 C.kMtl
1:3b
9:30
10:45
6:30
7:30
I4(
9:3b
aunaay owww . ,.M
Morning Worahlp a"V" 1 w
Communion First Sunday
of Month i
Catholi
FORT DAVIS
Dally Mast
Sundty Mass ........
Confessions: Saturday
Sunday
FORT GULICK
Sunday Massei
7:00
9:30
6:00
8:46
g :30 and
9:30
4:30
11:30
6.30
4:00
8:30
9:00
11:30
Dally Mast
Stturdty Mass .. ji-."-'!
Confessions toai. i
a naval SIATION. Coco Solo
Dally Mast
Saturday Mass
Knndav M
J COCO SOLITO
Sunday Mats
Jewish
FORT GULICK
Tuesday s
7:15
Greek Orthodox
n,uk nnhndnx service are conduct
ed at the Church of the AnUnClaUon
Via Belisarlo Porraa. san rrancmco u
s,-... Cnnma I ITV K.K Bllfl Bl
tha Church oi St Anmony. nveiiiwu
. . DD nn i larnala SUA.
call the Offic bf the Army Chaplam
daya at 9:30. For further Information
Seventh Day
i Adventist
Weekly Servlcee in all ehurchet
at follow I
SATURDAY:
Sabbatn ocnooi ;v a on.
Divine 8ervice 1140 a.m.
VmKh'a Meetina 4:30 PJn.
w curt aoun 1 1
Bible Study ano rrayax
70 pjn ...
a,.-iat. IM. atanamt
Pastor F.R. Archbold Tel. 28-8-3890
Cabo Verde, Ave. J.r. am uaa
17. .... t
-tt-tii. y.rn 11(1. it.
Pueblo Nuevo 2.A St. between 3rd
and 4th Sts.
Rio Abajo Hth St. go. 11
Gamboa and Frijole
Pattor W. H. Waller Tel. g-SSO
iTSlL a a n.i..iA tai a.101
1 r aa i(7i n. r w. -. -
Spanish Church Pacific Side Panama
paatnr ijaniei oticbu ai.. aa-a-
6175. ..
Panam. Call Darlen NO. 1.
Pedregal A Nuevo Gtnrar.
Atlantic Sid
... a A l.,A.I IFaI 1.I1AI
rinur ta. at. ,", w. w-aw
Criitobal Enaiish ,16th A Bolivar
itve. a,
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- Every Sunday

Debbie Plaiis Work
To Dispel Woes
Of Broken Home
HOiLYWOOD, reb. 21 (UPD (UPD-Snnnkv
Snnnkv (UPD-Snnnkv nhhie Reynolds, who won

a divorce from Eddig Fisher by
burning Eliigbeth Taylor for
ItawAtrlno' tin 'hr mtrriaffp laid tO-
day she would fill the void in her
life by working in movies.'
7 Though she didn't mention raven raven-haired
haired raven-haired T.i bv name in her testi testimony
mony testimony Thursday, it was clear that
Mike Todd's widow was "the oth other
er other woman."
-r To forget thg ordeal of the ro romance;
mance; romance; that wrecked her home, the
26-yearld Debbie said, "I'll be
working! very Jiard for the rest of
the yeai Now that the legal busi business
ness business is over the three of us will no
longer be bound together in any
way and will no longer be news.
Asked why she felt Fisher, 30,
had treated her in a cruel' and in inhuman
human inhuman manner, : DObbie replied,
"Well, my husband has become
interested in another woman."
During the 10-minute divorce
hearing the pixie-faced actress was
awarded custody of the couple g
two children, Carrie, 2; and Todd,
1. In addition she was given $40, $40,-000
000 $40,-000 yearly alimony, their $150,000
Holmbv HUM home, stocks, bonds
and a $100,000 life insurance poli policy.
cy. policy. ''
New Suspected
!n Narcotics Haul
Held In Atlanta
ATLANTA, Feb. 21 (UPI)
Picha-d Als'on. warned in n;w
York In connection with a big nar
r-ntics haul, has indicated he will
tinUI Avlrartitinn. DollCO le-
IIUV 1 1 ft v v
ported today.
AMthritiot arma'ed the 44-vear
old Negro early yesterday as he
arrived in Atlanta aboard a non
stop flight from New Torn, tie is
acntiri nf harfdnnin a suit
case containing a large quantity
of heroin. ,..'",
ni authorities Joined in
,,Etinnins nf Alatnn hnninff to
lUaLIUllll. A tn t
get information helpful to their
drive against narcoucs tramc.
nut thev said no charge would
be filed against Alston here.
rru. ..a-aAA nra KoifitT hpA nit
1 HC DUOpcti una a
a technical charge of suspicion
of narcotics possession, penning
arrival of officers from New York.
Officers here reporfed that Al Alston
ston Alston has steadfastly denied anv
lrnmiloHira, nf thp KllitcatC. which
'went unclaimed at the New York
terminal of Capital Airlines after
a baggage check resulting from
a bomb threat.
Mom Vnrlr nnlir rhpfkcd two
addresses given by Alston and at
.(' j T..1U wV.
am a Ih.m ratM Thalia, Walk
hub ui vitriii i vrvyy.. trrt
or in MontifiaH aa'-,hlnV MltJIMI,
law wife, when two ounces of he
roin were found.
Commy-Nationalist
Iran Clash Leaves
? Dftfld. 16 Hurt
CAIRO, eb. 21 (UPI) The
newspaper Akhbar El Yom re re-por
por re-por ed today that two persons
were killed and 18 wounded in a
clash between Communists and
Nationalists at Mosul, Iran.
The newsDaDer said Dolce ar
rested 25 Nationalists,
Another reroort in the same ed-
tion of the newspaper said that
fnl Ahriatl Salam Aref son'atnearl
to death for the at empted assas-
sirut'os 01 Iraqi premier a Duel
Karim Kassem, had turned down
a Kassef jffer 01 a pardon.
The reoort said the offer was
based on the cond tion that Aref
leave Iran ind return to his form
cr post as Iraqi Ambassador to
west uermany.
DC Committee Has
M4.000 For Ike's
bilene Library
WAHIMfiTHM TToh f fTTPli
The Distr'ct of Oolumblg'comm't Oolumblg'comm't-ee
ee Oolumblg'comm't-ee for the Eisenhower presiden presidential
tial presidential library reported ., yesterday ii
had raised -44,000 here for funds
to build and equip the 3-millon-dollar
library ;n Abilene, Kan.
itooen .. Pieming, u.t com committee
mittee committee chairman, said more than
800 contributions were rece'ved.
Similar fnnH.raiaino effort ara
under way in all the ttttea.
UNITARIANS
do not have an
easy religion
It pgrmitg and demantJg
that popl think out thsir
bsliefs for thetnilvBs,Nand
then livt thoit btlisfs.
This strssi 1 placed upon
living' this life nobly and
effectively rather than on
the preparatjon for an aft-er-exlgtence.
1
Why no. visit the Unita Unitarians
rians Unitarians this Sunday morninj;
at 10:30?
A warm welcome awaits you,
at Building SAt, Aneon Boa Boa-leyard
leyard Boa-leyard at Mamey Place (near
the TIyoII), s,
Sermon topic:
, a
" Introduction to
Uratarianism'' i,',

ST. PITUl'S
La Boca
Thp Woman's Auxiliary nf St

Peter's Church in La Boca will
hold a special meeting after the
i!,ucnansi tomorrow morning, it
was announced by the president,
Mrs. Leonor f rince.
AS the Rev. John Sneer nriat
in charge, is still convalescing
from his recent illness, the Rev.
Carlton 0. Morales, assistant rec
tor Of St. Paul's, will ha rehrnt
and preacher at the euchanst,
swrung iu:30 a.m.
During the lenten season, Sta Stations
tions Stations Of the Cross will ha eiirl
each Friday evening at 7.
ST. LUKE'S
A neon
The Second Stindav in Lent will
be observed at the Cathedral of
St. Luke in Ancon with the re
gular morning and evening serv services.
ices. services. Celebration of Holy Coin
munion at 7:30 Church School Fa
mily Service at 9:15, the Deaa's
Bible Class diseussing the Gospel
According to St. John at 8:45 and
Mo-nlng Prayer and Sermon at
11. "V
The Very Rev. Mainert J. Peter
son, Dean of the Cathedral will
preach on the subject "Is There
A Devil?" and the choir wilj sing
the beautiful anthem, "In the
Night, .Christ Came,. Walking" by
Noble Cain. v ?
For the Service of Evening
Praper. at 7 p.m. the Rev. Carl
Phillip1 ijamist will preach on
"God's Chosen. People" and this
will be followed by the .Confirma .Confirmation
tion .Confirmation ;- Lecture on "The Division,
Fall and Rebirth of Israr.". A
cordial invitation is extendea to all
to share these services and the
lecture which will take place at 8
p.m.

' Start lh Weak with church otundonc .
II will e'v f" PI,I,M0' 'rahment ... Put
, yaur Ofe In tuna wrA Ced . you'll M bafhw
' all Hie week.

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or ooct isiaugnxy eou wui una cnac we; n,rtr-n oioio ccaj-w
tered school In every department. His Word liveth nd

abideth forever l Build vour
Jesus. We have cJasseg from

departments. You need Christ and the Church and they
need you.
1 1 :30 "TOO MANY DEFEATED

TOO FEW VICTORIOUS"
Do you.llv' a" defeated Christian life? Less than GodS
best? What Is the real cause of defeat? Is It possibe to live
a continual victorious life for our Lord? If yol are needing
this word from God then be sure and come. Ask God for
His power. You will be glad you came.
6:00 JET CADETS and HIGH SCHOOL
7 :00 FILMW'JUIJL RETURNS TO JERUSALEM"
You will want to be here amonn your friends to see the j
third outstsntding 4Vm Come early for a good seat. Invite
your friend.v'aad ipring the family. See what happens to
Paul when ne returns to Jerusalem and meets the other
apostles? Is his message different? What about Peter and ;
Paul when they neet?
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ESPECIALIY
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Extend to You a
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FRIENDLY CHURCH
5:20 10:40 MORNING WORSHIP
"DWELL DEEP"
How deep Is your experience with Christ? Shallow
'Christians frequently wonder, Am I a Christian?
lyjany aouots and problems come to those who after
conversion hesitate and falter in the Christian life.
9:30 SUNDAY SCHOOL (Classes for all ages)
It takes more than good material, organization, build buildings,
ings, buildings, and equipment to make a good Sunday Sctlool.
These we do provide for you; but the consecration,
dedication, and Interest of the teacher Is also prov provided.
ided. provided. In this way a spiritual impact can be put upon
of young and old alike.
6:30 BAPTIST TRAINING UNION
Here'g what you've been looking;' for a place to put
Into practical experience what you've been learning
in the Bible. A department for every age.
7:30 "THE RECORD BOOK OF HEAVEN"
' Chapter 5 of Revelation reveals the most Important
book In life and eternity. Is your name In this heat-.
enly record of the saints? r i
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Union church
Margarita Coco-Sale
Miss Myrtle Matthews, publig
health consultant and former mem
ber of the United Nations World'
Health Program in Venezuela will
be the speaker at the Tuesday
night meeting, February 24" of thg'
Women's Auxiliary of the Marga Margarita
rita Margarita Union Church.
The year's theme ofr the women
of the Union Church is "Christiag
Women Around the World."
In addition to her service Witt
the United Nations she has serv served
ed served as a missionary in India m
der the Reformed Church as 1
consultant for the American Ceil'
ter Society and at present n
doing volunteer public healtl
work in the San Bias Islands.
Tuesday's meeting is schedule,
for 7:30 p.m. The devotional" "eid "eider
er "eider wiU be Mirs. John Purvis. Visit
ors are welcome.
Tomorrow the Rev. Thedore E
Franklin will continue his Lentes
of sermons entitled "The Way oj
the Cross." The worship serVicei
are scheduled for 9:30 a.m. at
Coco Solo and 11 a.m. at Mar Margarita.
garita. Margarita. Assisting the Pastor in thgj
ministry of hospitality will beMi.
and Mrs. Kenneth McGraw it e
co Solo and Carl F. Maedl'iM
Luke C. Palumbo at Margarita,
At the Youth FeUowshlp meet meeting
ing meeting scheduled for 6:15 p.m. Mi'sg
Myrtle Matthews wiU address s
group. 4
WIDOW ASKS BLESSING
VATICAN CITY (UPI) Pom
John XXIII has sent an apostolic
blessing requested by Benito Mus Mussolini's
solini's Mussolini's widow for the repose of
his sould, Vatican sources sai,d
Tuesday. The source said Donna
Rachele Mussolini asked the bless blessing
ing blessing in t cable sent to the lotftHf
on the 30th anniversary of ths
Vatican-Italian Lateran Pact.
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' -. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 21, 1359

Jodgers (Lome

Roebuck Impressive In Drills;
Labine Hit By Stray Pitch

By MILTON RICHMAN
NEW YORK, Feb. 21 (UPI) No one can say
the Dodgers are dawdling they've already come up
with the first "jomeback" and first injury of the
spring training season.

Right-hander Ed Roebuck, out
with a sore arm most of last sea season
son season and still ou the voluntary re retired
tired retired list, began his bid for a come comeback
back comeback at the Dodgers' Vero Beach,
Fla., training site yesterday and
Clem Labine, another right-hander,
suffered the spring's initial inju injury.
ry. injury. Only two seasons back, Roebuck
proved one ot the club's finest re relievers
lievers relievers with an 8-2 recrd and a
2.72 earned run mark. He was one
of four Los Angeles pitchers who
worked battinp, practice yesterday
and manager Walt Alston said "he
threw harder than at any time
last year."
Labine will be limping for a
day or so. H suffered a bruised
right ankle when hit by a stray
throw while standing near the
mound. Trainer Harold (Doc)
Wendler applied ice packs to the
swollen ankle and said Labine
probably would not miss any work
outs
Over at the Cardinals' camp in

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St. Petersburg, Solly Hemus, the
new St. Louis manager,, put his
men through a batting drill. How e
Pollet, the Cards' new pitching
.coach, advised Hemus that work
ing on the mound too early fre frequently
quently frequently caused pitchers to pull
leg or arrn,muscles. Nine pitchers
worked five minutes apiece in the
batting drill;
Only unsigned absentees wero
Wilmer (Vinegar Bend) Mizell
and rookie pitcher Frank Barnes.
Mizell conferred with general
manager Bfng "Devine for 45
minutes but failed to come to
terms.
The .Yankees announced the sign signing
ing signing of outfielder Norm Siebern
and roolue Dick banders but re reported
ported reported no progress with Mx-key
-Mantle, Whitey Ford, GU Mc Mc-Potigdld,
Potigdld, Mc-Potigdld, Virgil Trucks or Andy
Carey. w
Ryne Diiren flew in from 'his
home In San Antonio, Tex., in
time to, report that a winter opera-
COCO SOLO 7:00
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EDMUND
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Up

Thomas To Try
For High Jump
Record Tonight
NEW YORK (UPI)-John Thorn
as' assault on the world high-jump
record and Kon Delany s attempt
to turn back the challenge of two
Hungarian lour-minute miters' are
expected to highlight the National
AAU Indoor track and field cham championships
pionships championships at Madison Square Gar
den tonight.
Other record attempts are anti
cipated in the broad jump, three-
mne run, and pole vault.
Thomas, who las Saturday clear
ed seven feet for the second time
to establish without question a
new world indoor record, is confi
dent that this week he can top the
outaoor world mark of seven feet.
1.2 inches held by Bussia's Yuri
Stepanov.
Ihomas came close to clearing
the bar at a record seven feet,
11 inches in the New York A C.
meet last Saturday but 'flicked the
bar off at the last split second.
ueiany, who will be seekine his
29th straight indoor mile triumph
ana nis ibin straight indoor win
in any distance race, will be bp
posed by Istvan RozsavnTtrvi of
Hungary, holder of the world rec
ord for 2,000 meters and co-holder
oi tne existing 1,000 meter record.
and Laszlo Tabori, self Exiled
Hungarian four-minute miier now
living in the United States.
tlon on his knee was successful,
Washington's total of .unsigned
piayers was cut to nine with the
acceptance of cerms by reliever
Tex Clevenger at Orlando. Of
those unsigned, said president Cal Calvin
vin Calvin Griffith,, outfielders, Roy Sev
ers and Albie Pearson are giyiflg
severs wants?' a TfjOOQ raise,
which would boost his salary to
$40,000; an Pearson, named the
"Rookie of the Year" in 1958, is
seeking doublt the $7,000 he was
paid last year.
The Detroit Tiger pitchers en
gaged in their first workout at
Lakeland, with Frank Lary and,-
10m Morgan out ot uniform. Lary
taiKed witn general manager Rick
Ferrell throughout the drill but
did not come to terms. Morgan
failed to show up from his home
in El Monte, Calif. Ferrell said
he miade his "final offe,r" a week
ago.
Pitchtri Jo Jay and Bob
: Buhl 9UtiW; L May
accepted term with Milwaukee,
leaving nine members of the
Braves still unsigned. Hank Aar Aaron,
on, Aaron, Joe Adcock, Don MacMahon,
Juan Pizarro and Del Rice art
among those still not satisfied.
Willie Mays arrived at the San
Franeisco Giants' camp in Phoe Phoenix,
nix, Phoenix, Ariz., but didn't suit up. He'll
put on a uniform today. 1
New Giant arrivals in addition
to Mays were pitcher JPaul Giel
and infielder Benny Valenzuela,
acquired from the Cardinals in a
winter trade. Andre Rodgers, who
is being grimed for the shortstop
job, worked out for the first time
yesterday.
At Scottsd?le, Ariz., the Boston
Red Sox announced the signing of
pitcher Ike Delock. The fivejplay fivejplay-ers
ers fivejplay-ers still unsigned with Boston are
Jackie Jensen, Frank Sullivan,
Sammy White, Ted Lepcio and
Joe Tanner.
Outfielder Marty1 Keough report reported
ed reported yesterday and immediately
joined in the workout. He sa:l he
came in early to get a quick start
in the battle for the center-field
job with Jim Busby and Gene
Stephens.
CZ Swim Club Plans
To Be Formalized
Next eek. TuesdayJ
Plans far the organization of the
Canal Zone Swim Club will be for for-malized
malized for-malized at a meeting to be held
on Tuesday, Feb, 24 at 7:30 p.m.
in the United States District Court
House in Ancon.
All military and civilian person
nel in the Canal Zone interested
in fo&tering and improving ama amateur
teur amateur swimming and diving are in invited
vited invited to attend. A special invita
tion is also extended to the mem members
bers members of the Bed, White and Blue'
Troop.
Interest In creating tnis type ot
organization was first expressed
at a series' of training climes neiu
for swimming officials last au autumn
tumn autumn by the local AAU Commis Commissioner,
sioner, Commissioner, John PettingiU.
Eventually the new uud nopes
to sponsor regular swim meets on
the Isthmus in cooperation with
other Canal Zone Organizations.
At the meeting a proposed cons
titution and by-laws will be sub
mitted. A nominating committee
will present a slate of officers.
RETURNS TO LINEUP
CORVALLIS, Ore. (UPI) Ail Ail-American
American Ail-American candidate Lee Harmon
is expected to return to the Ore Oregon
gon Oregon State lineup .for Monday's1
basktball game against the Cali California
fornia California Bears..' Harman missed the
Beavers' last game' because of an
ankle injury.
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Horror! Iioroi
Marshall TomDson. in
"The Terror Beyond Space"!
and
Richard Andersen, en
"Curse of the Faceless Man"

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ed unlimited free style relay event at the 7th annual Gamboa Civic Council swim meet; on March 1.
(Left to right) Carolyn Holmes; Marion Howe, Joyce Herring, Charlene Morency.

Rainbow
Schedules
' By HERBERT MOISE
Tonight, at the Mount Hope Sta Stadium
dium Stadium beginning at 6 p.m., the 1959
season of the Rainbow City Open
Classification Softball League will
be opened before an expected large
crowd. Bewre the actual game, tne
inaugural ceremonies will take
place wherein several deserving
sportsmen and businessmen will
receive' scrolls of merit from the
hands of the president of tjie
league.,
Another highlight of the opening
ceremony is the presentation of
the Colon Carnival Queen Norita
I who will be the "madrina," fe female
male female sponsor, of the newly fran fran-chised
chised fran-chised "Aji-no-moto" team. Ri Ri-cardo
cardo Ri-cardo Caradelis, team owner, will
be' going all out to get a winning
combination of youngsters. Carade Caradelis
lis Caradelis has plans to offer the Rainbow
City and Atlantic Side fans a spec spectacular
tacular spectacular display everytime his team
plays. They will make their 1959
debut on Tuesday against Henry
Thomas and his Powell Garage
team.
The Carlos Eleta-owned Ciga Ciga-rrilles
rrilles Ciga-rrilles Oasis will have-the much.
talkd' about Hector : Lopez in.
their line-up according to news

"' "" 1 imimmmMW Winn. T

SLIDING IN VAIN Fort Kobbe's Cal Edghlil slides Into third
base in vain, as he, becomes the second half of a double play.
Clayton Cavalier third baseman,-Bill Donahue, a waits. the
throw in the seventh Inning during a recent game at Foffe:
Kobbe. The Regulars defeated the Cavaliers in" the -last
of the ninth inning on a fielding error for their fourth one-run
decision this year.-(U.S. Army Photo)

i
Ninth Inning

Amador To Nip Clayton 3-2

The Fort Amador Troopers won
thejir second victdry in the I a s t
three tries under new1 managers
fiob-Castleman ahd Irv Hayncs
ih a game played Wednesday aft afternoon
ernoon afternoon at McCardell Field. They
edged out the Clayton Cavaliers
for the third time this season by
a 3-2 margin on a ninth inning
miscue by Cavalier third base
man Tora McDermott.
Fans saw a well-pitched game
by both hurlers, Bill Donahue for
the Cavaliers and Bob Castleman
for the Troopers, until the ninth
when an error proved costly for
the second-place Cavaliers.
Bo Stewart was hit by a pitch pitched
ed pitched ball to open the frame. The
faster Al Hogan then replaced
him at first base. Irv Haynes
bunted down the .first base line,
trying to sacrifice, but Hogan was
cap no LI 0
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WELLS
Jim Davis
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Opener For Tonight

received by this writer from
manager Cecil "Mickey" Robin Robinson.
son. Robinson.
This addition of Lopez has given
Robinson a mild headache as he
now will have to revamp his in
field putting Humberto Arthurs on
third, Rogejio Aikman at short,
Lopez at second and Hank Cole at
first. This qua'rtet is fearsome
both afield and at the plate. Rob Robinson
inson Robinson also announced that Lew Hil Hil-zinger
zinger Hil-zinger will be Tiis starter, l
Manager Walker lias kept sur surprisingly
prisingly surprisingly quiet about his lineup for
tonight's opener but one thing is
almost sure and that is that he
will havejiis 1958 ace-Big Bob
Moolchan facing the Cigarrillos
Oasis. Bob was a two-time winner
of -the then Baby Salas last year,
Botli teams are practically un unchanged
changed unchanged insofar as playing person personnel
nel personnel is concerned. At the conclusion
of the 1958 season, the second-placers,
now Oasis, outhit the cham champions
pions champions .270 to .265. They even play played
ed played ball afield for a .936 average as
compared to the champs .935 but
the ali-impqrtant aspect of the
championship," won and lost,; the
champions finished with a 'T3.J'
Error Allows
thrown out at second. Haynes
stole second and went to third ;qn
an-innem oire. ..
He bluffed going- home to.dr.ajiu
a throw from Cavaliet first, basfr
- r. I A .1 i
man twraay, wno urea per perfect
fect perfect striite to McDermott, but he
had one eye on Haynes instead, of
two on the ball and dropped vil,
sending the fleet Haynes, home
with the winning tally.
Two singles, a walk and an er error
ror error scored the Troopers' first, run
in the first and in the second,
Haynes' triple to the riehfield
screen, misplayed by the right right-fielder,
fielder, right-fielder, and an error scored an another.
other. another. k
The Cavaliers got their runjs. n
the -third on two walks and er error
ror error and in the fourth on a long
double by Walt Sauorbrun anda
Trooper throwing error, -

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..And
,S tllE'MAVETRICK
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IF- ) Neyv VorkV

standihg to teb secondplacers 10
and 7. ti
Fre-'Game Ceremony
At exaetlyd.m.the organizers
will- Initiate the night's- activities
with the marade round the Sta
ditfrnThis will be -fallowed by. the
Bene"dicttoh for 1959 -by Father
Reinaldo, CM of the St. Vincent's
Church of Rainbow City. Next will
.be followed by.-thei welcome ad
dress 'of -Jefferson) r John- Joseph,
league's"' vice-president. After this,
master of' cerempnies Herbert
Moise will introduce the teams'
owners female "Sponsors and play players.
ers. players. r
Commissioneri Cleveland "Char,
lie" Meikle' will- raise the league's
banner. League President Joscelyn
Evering will then present scrolls
to the honor-ees (Of,-tne league.
These will be awatded to Howard
Finnegan, "Francisco Brown. Bo-
dolfcf "Fifi" Tom, Jacobo "Baby"
Salas," Crilma Joseph de Simons
and Hetfrjr Thomas, Powells man manager.
ager. manager. 1 i-;
Following these presentations
will be thei traditional ".first pitch"
onrt then .the ton twa teams of 1958
will ge tMs yeatf cjtivies. .ujly
Leaeue : -activities will Continue
on Tuesday when Aji-no-moto will
meet Powells at the -Rainbow City
Playground. League activities will
be at the usual site except for the
opener at the Mount Hope Stadium
tonight. ; ''...v
'W'SolWerj
filed Tomorrow
At Santa Rifa Park
Manager Papi Polo of the
, pinesol Jeam of the Panama
Major Sotybalt-'Uagui.'hirttited
all the players'of last sT't
champion BoitTVfclub to be on
hand at Santr Rita park tomor tomorrow
row tomorrow at 8:30 a.m; for the purpose
of receiving teams individual
trophies for the 1958 season.
' Jidite W has changed its name
to Pineso! for this year's camp campaign,
aign, campaign, 'The opening "garni will tie tie-played
played tie-played between the Baby Arango
and. Mauricio teams at ?: 30 to tomorrow
morrow tomorrow at Santa R1ta following
the. presentation of prizes and in inaugural,
augural, inaugural, ceremonies. J
. According to ""'an announce"
ment Pinsol (ex-Boite W) Wilt
not be in the Inaugural con contest,
test, contest, because of the name chang;
Sports Briefs
WOMEN'S OPEN SITE
.CHICAGO, (UPI) The 1961
Women's Western Golf Association
oepn tournament ,will be staged at
the Belle Made Country Club,
Nashville, Tenn. TJates'for the tour
nament have not yet been dete.r
mined.
NAME BALTUSROL CLUB
NEW YORK UPIPAThe -ILS.
(iou Association nas announced
that the Baltusrolr-Club, Spring
field," N.J. will be the, site. of the
1961 Women's National open cham-
pionship Tournament dates will
be", fixed-later. ;
INTRODUCE NEW -SONGS
(TOKYO (UPl)..-.Peiping radio
iwestiay jntreduced three new
songs inspired by. China's' new
system of ."people's communes."
Theji were, titled.. '.'I Feel So
Happy,'! "Our. Club and 'Chair
man Mao Comes Js, Our. Village."
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- PROUD AND
' PROFANE
With' William Holden
' SPANISH AFFAIR

AY

riep.powH

ItH be no exaeeeration if Mad
ison Square Garden President Wed
jiioii uctmcs inoiii mis vpsr s ma
tional Invitation ,iaetball Stlui
nament as New X6rKUj- vs. the
United States LT 7
That's the var it was in Ihi
golden days before the college
point-shaving" scandals ;in 1952 and
it looks as if rt'B be tBat way again
when the, tournament gets under
way March 3ir
St. John's of New York and Ford
ham already have accepted, invita'
lions to tne.2!-yeard-tournev and
a bid to New -YorK -University is
only a formahtv after the Violets'
78-60 rout of ViUanoVa Thursday
mgnt. in fact, the only-question is
whether NYU will take an NIT bid
or' vote to go to the NCAA tourna
ment.
Deserve Tourney Bid
1 f :
We'll iumD at a chance to eo
to the NIT," said Coach Lou Ros-
auu aiver his team s smeflning'Vie-
tory. ."tt we, aisp, get a bid. from
the. NCAA a vote' of the Dlavers
will decide the -question. But we're
not going to "wait .around and take
the chance of losing out altogether.
I thirik our boys, deserve a 'tour 'tournament
nament 'tournament bid: The team has been
developing steadily and- when our
shooting average, hplds nii, we're
a match for any team in. the coun country."
try." country." NYU certainly looked every Wt
that good in crushing a Villanova
team which had won 17 of 21
games and was the first team in-,
vited to the NIT, The Violets built
a 39-31 halftime lead and then
broke open the game with a 21-9
sourt that produced a 60-40 mar
gin midway, mi the second hall
Cal Ramsey's 13 Doints set, a
new NYU career scoring mrk of
1,104 points but the star of the
"ame was R-foot. -nch center Tom
Sanders, who, -tallied, 58 noints lsj
u,mea in i im.iirsi jia. rtfL nas
a modest 10-fi season record hut
"oked like the. strongest of the
nr teams which comoefed in th
uaraen douoieneader and may all
Giants' Bijl Rigney
To Leay4feopital
SAN FRANCISCO (UPI) Bill
Rigney, San Francisco Giant man manager
ager manager who fractured his jaw in an
automobile accident- Feb. 8, may
get out of the hospital today, the
Giants said.
The Giants said -. it Avas hoped
that Rigney could depart for the
training camp at Phoenix. Ariz.,
Feb. 26 or 27.
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rersus United States

wind up
roents.
post-season to'urn
SfJohn's Down Niaear.'

St, ohn'y i6th-ranked jntfie
country and until recenUy consS!
ered; .the strongest of New Yorkls
Ihi 5. ed Nwa. 87-78, In
the other game Jbut once, again
seemed to have iiore trouble than
had a 72-58 lead! after about II
minutes of the second half but let
Niagara close the gap to 77-74 b.
fore Alan Seiden took them but of
danger. , .e k, y --5eiden,
a 5-11 backcourt star, N
scored seveA.points in a 12-2 burst
that helped open-up St. John's 14 14-P?1!1
P?1!1 14-P?1!1 swead. and,' .then .-taDied seven
of the Redmen's last 10 wfflfii&fo

iMapara came close, with 3:12 to
Po.-. In all. Seiden scored 18 of St.
John s last 30 noints and was game
high, scorer with 31 Y-Tony-; Jackson
added -27 fgr' St. John's and ; Al
Butler : had 19. including 14 In the

first half, for Niagara. v j J

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BAST .':.;S::;';-
St. John's JN.Y 87 Nag'ara '78 "?5
St. Peters 75 Siena 51:
N.Y.U. 78 vmaaova-'SO1' uA
Mass. 68 Boston ;College!lB5"' 'Wls
Carnegie Tech. 84 Slip, jlbcK1 '83" '"
Geneva 62 Westminster' 60
Hobart 70 CIarksbn' 64 MsV! 'n.
Northeastern'' 73 Wooster?55'-:k ti
SOUTH 'K"rr:'
Loyola La. 62, Soiitheast'-La. "54
Presbyterian- 56 Belnionf'Abbey 'Sfr's
tastiTehhJSt88P,Woffbrdi 64 ir
Quantico Marines 51 Providenr fia.tf,

Quachita Baptist 87 Hendrix m'V--

Transylvan J12 Georgetown. x65 nt
W&M Nflk. Div. 70 Ram Macon A,
aluefield St. ;78vB!ckley?6fc
ary ville 7r Enlory Henry Sim.
Davies & JElkkis 74 M,' Haryey, 72s A
Morehouse Fisk TJb A"?,.,
Catawba 68 Atlantic-dirisiian 5a,,
Lenoir Rhyne 58 Elon 50 v -Millsaps
63 Howard 58
Talladega 84 Albany' St. 72
CathoUc U. 103 Western Md"71 y";
W. V, Wesleyan 100Cohcord 70""
Glenv'dle SUW West Va.' Tech. ?f
Lincoln Memorial: 93 Cig ol." 78'li
Morris Brown- 86 Benedict 78
Rollins 75 Flridi Southern 82Mit
Center 101' Bellarmine 77 : f
Spring HM1 51 Miss. Southern 46""
Houston 103 Rust 84.
SOUTHWEST
Mon'a 84 Nlw JMexico 5S Li
WEST
Lewis a Clark 69 Col. of Ida.
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8ATXKDAY, FEBRUARY 11, M5

tt HHAMA AMTJtICA M INDETEKSINT DAILY NXWSPAFEB
PAGE SCYCf
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In Series Of
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PRESENTS

la Basketball G airier
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FLYING SAVE It took bit of doing for Clyde to beat the

Hibernians in a soccer match at Glasgow, Scotland. But this
j,, .all-out save by Clyde's goalie, McCulloch, was typical.

0m

nc.fi.

:l;,;,...v' by
JOE WILLIAMS

But phastOf baseball known
to the trade as barn-storming. .
more expressively read, secretar secretaries
ies secretaries described it as "hustling the
yokel buck". .is in the process
of vanishing from the American
scene. r
Here's the morbid tip off: This
spring, after breaking camp, Am American
erican American League clubs will engage
all told in only 20 exhibition games
en route; home; National League
clubs, anere 18. In other years
each league would play four to
five times as many. What's the
answer? ..,.:..'
"A number of factors enter into
the situation,' Warren Giles, pre prevent
vent prevent of the at:onal, League; told
us yesterday'Tho leagues1Tare
opening a week earlier. The tele telecast
cast telecast of major league baseball in into
to into the smaller cities has reduced
the" novelty appeal. And there's a
dearth of new, exciting faces, -es-peclaUythe'nfftliat'n'
impel
fan to take the day off just so he
can, always boast he once saw the

great star.-. ".. r-" :y
Some teams aren't making a
single stop on the way back in the
NL. Washington makes jbut one.
th 'Yankee onlv two. Baltimore.

and Detroit in the. ALs Pittsburgh
and St. Louis. One of the oldest

and most sprawling springtime

rivalries, Cleveland v the Giants,

has been summed to live games,
where it used to be 18, and 20. In
view of the general trend mini minimization
mization minimization was inevitable, with the
Giants' switch to California no
more than a minor. Influence.
Even earlier, the Yankees and

roadshow that regularly made all
sorts of call on the Atlantic sea

board. pre-empting x home-town

heroes and parks as they exchang exchanged
ed exchanged interleague base hits, and at
trjjies,' bean balls before thou thousands,
sands, thousands, in the days when even ra-

dp was still in its screening in infancy.
fancy. infancy. ... :

A typical dollar-hustling jun

ket in the Babe's hey day would
find the Yankees swinging from
Florida to the far outer rim of the
Southweast, backtracking to the
deep South, then heading North,
with rich bookings in all the

more populous centers.. The Babe

was the big sell,. Irs appearance

guaranteed, and as he was; getting

10 percent of the loot,, he rarely

missed.

There are no Ruths today. Ted

Williams, Stan Musial, Mickey

Mantle and Willie Mays are au

thentic head liners, but no mayor

has ever closed the schools and

declared a half holiday to mark
their appearance, v a gesture of

emotional .idolatry' the-Babe was
to know on several occasions, and
which,- indeed, the great man pro
perly accepted as his simple due.

President Giles is emineuy cor

rect. What the game 'needs are

nefy exciting fattsof'tbat Jnt-'

ter, an oia nomeiy one, jute me
Babe's, would be more than

enough, but who can wait until
the millennium? '".."...

Teams
Conejos
Macaws
Pericos
Pumas
Palomas
Ocelots

STANDING
Second half

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SYRACUSE, N.Y. (UPI) One
of the wildest games In the history
of the National Basketball Asso

ciation was .staged Thursday night
between the Boston Celtics and the
Syracuse Nationals.
la a series of incidents that
turned the .War Memorial Audito Auditorium
rium Auditorium into a fifht arena:, . i

-Refereo Sid Borgia slugged an

abusive fan. t.
.-Bill Russefl of the CelUcl slug

ced the Nats' George Dempsey to

set on a oanie royai oerween

members of both cnibs. r.tf,
.Tom Heinsobn of Boston and
Syracuse's Dolph Schayes engaged

In another tussle and Heinsonn
i lugged Borgia when he attempted
to break up the fieht.
cvraonui Piiaph Paul Sevmour

traded punches with Heinsohn aft after
er after the Celt had floored the Nats'

Bob Hopkins. ,V , '

Heinsonn ana '.teammaie uene
Conley tangled with Syrtcuse tans
before police intervened.

. Needled By Pan
Borgia who mer ged without a

scratch, said he bad been neeaiea

by a fan ealling mm -guuess
throughout the' gme. ;

- "Tho tan was erosive u iusui,
Borgia related after the game. "I
finally told him anytime he wanted
to try tny futa to U me know
As the fan bulled his way ew
to the court,- Borgia duMM" duMM"-"I
"I duMM"-"I threw the first punch,? the of of-I
I of-I ieiaT admitted, "I didn't have any
time to wait."

The unidentified sidelines slug

ger disappeared after the game.
Borgia laid he didn't know what
MeamnA the slaVeTS into thCiT

"i mieni it was a case of hot

cmiurr mi inth teams." be

shrugged, addin league President

Maurice Podoloff would receive

the entire details in a report,
ttladlotors Clatb .

1 The fourth period .cthm beglaft
when Dempsey fouled Russell and
tha latter retaliated with a looping

left hand punch. Both benches were

quickly emptiea aa piayera jpib-
tka frav. -' i

nainuthn anit Sebaves.' nYkb ap

parently bad been making vetted

threau at eacn iner.au jushw, w
nally tangled wi a,minute to gd

in the game. Borgia Tuinea n w

break it up and his thanks was
lf UK tor Hainiohn.

Seymour rushed Heinsohn after

the1 Celtic eiouter nao im nuF""?
.nwiin tn the floor. In an ex

change of rights and lefts, Seymour

suffered a mmn nign un m iw iw-head.
head. iw-head. He actually wat the only ea ea-sualtv
sualtv ea-sualtv of tte niiteeafiW. Ji
Police finally had to break up
post-game engagement involving
n4tnhit rnnlev and a host ot

t-tathful Syracuse fans as they

ara makinff their s way to the

dressing room.
P. S. Syracuse
113-105.

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SA8Y TRIP Ml Pronovost of the Detroit Red Wings
d?t like the idea of the Rangers' Jim BarUett getting
ahead of Mm in chase for a loose puck. So a flick of Marcel s
' stick and BarUett was sent iceward.

won

the garni

Yesterday's Results ...

Pericos
Ocelots i

350
200

800
260

R
16
10

n

Parks Grow Fewer

Incidentally, George Weiss Yan Yankees
kees Yankees general manager, has a mi mitigating
tigating mitigating explanation of the barn barn-sjfoming
sjfoming barn-sjfoming shrinkage.-. ."There
aaen't as many minor league
eBibs as there used to be therefore
there are fewer gam opportunit opportunities.
ies. opportunities. And what leagues there are,
sttrt so late tihat even if we did
want tOvPlay, the parks wouldn't
bi open.'pr the d ia m o n d s in

sjjape
SThii

SThis exolanat'on has a ring of

sjnsibility anda note of encoura-
Sment, but on closer scrutiny
u become aware that if tends
t confirm than repudiate the de de-oavlnfl
oavlnfl de-oavlnfl state of an old institution.

Obviously-. as'I available' parkt. eU
minish,;' barn-storm4ngi- as an. at at-faction
faction at-faction and a tradition, must fade
t proportion. ;; : vi-t Jn,
-Actually it began to.fader some some-fJins
fJins some-fJins ago. "Weiss says several more
Ames would have been added to
SL. i ....... J 4.irtiatt, It If.liaHn't

' tften necessary to adjust the cur

rjni scneuuie 10 uw
Ttet the" Yankee were the first to

, qrasucauy eunaii pre-seion.,u-

CThis aecls'on was dictated trjM

me aavamageous conuinic v"w-
t&m they, enjoy in Floridav they
...... i.r.'.i.. ii i ct

wtersbiirgh. .their home base,!

fed play to 'capacity when they i

venture east to Miami. Almost in in-usriably
usriably in-usriably their take is more than

GUN CLUB
NOTES

Battories: John ; Marcum and

Dick Ness; Robert; Bettis. Don

Rudy 40. and Mike Dubbs. W;
Marcum. L: Bettis. Homeruns:
Wordea-Fench 2, Gari Anderson,
Doubles: J. Rodriguez, Ness, S.

Rodriguez, Berger. 'Marcum.

Louis French 2, Tim Albritton.
RBI: R. Bowen, Jose Rodriguez 2.
Neww 4, S. Rodriguez 2, Berger

2, (Pericos)iv L. Trench. Rudv 2.

W. ; French 4, G. Anderson 8. 4

Leading Hitters: Jose ; Rodri Rodriguez
guez Rodriguez 44, Ness 5-1, S. Rodriguez

4-3 Berger 3-1, Marcum 4-1 ( Perl

cos); Louis French 5-2, Rudy 5-1.
W. W. French 2-2, Bettis 3-1, G.

Anderson 3-2, Albritton 4-1 (Oce
lots).

The Pericos team gave the Fast'

lien Teenage League s fans a sur-

irise thriller yesterday by trounc trounc-ng
ng trounc-ng the Ocelots team to the tune
of 18 to 10. Vm. .,

Pertco's h f? Rodriguez; Dick

Ness, Samuel Rodriguez, Peter
Berger, John Marcum and Tim
Albritton banged a, double each,

wmie louis r rencn couectea two.

In tho, home-run section, Wordoi

French hit his fifth for the season

and ,Gajri Anderson his fourth, y

John Marcum went all the way

on me mound for Pericos.

ttODert Retti wH tank Avar

for Rudy in 1he fourth inning.

w uio losing piwner.

Mini lave UB hlt Tnr IS riina

'Z Sars for the day were shortstop

samuei- Kodiriguei hand, his bro bro-tner,,
tner,, bro-tner,, first baseman Jose Rodn Rodn-guez,
guez, Rodn-guez, and right BeiaerJ6hn Carl

son, wno made a loveiv catch of

ffough to offset tracing-camp ex, J" RVfZlVltZtV
Mttses. ; a atateiMmt few clubs. !? i0"10.1 1 W,

----- r -- t tt F i rnnn nmrr at in iSk aviA

& ever able to make. -;The
point Is that as far as they
' are concerned there would be no
ffinnt in barnstorming, any way.
S Of course If the Yankees had
i Babe : Ruth to exploit, Weiss'
' altitude might be quite different.

tgardless of the blighting effect

his Bid on yokel enthusiasm

tt. Wf leaguer! in the flesh. The

tanee rian t just rres even

a the Babe they made money on

ULi'.' ig money.

w ,. ......... . ,r j

eond part of tha league.

RISUMI RILAY CARNIVAL

NEW. YORK (UPIKThe Colle

giate Track conference indoor re

lay carnival will be resumed
Today after a ; two i year layoft.
The 13 schools entered for the

meet at Queens College include-!

Kings Points, Queens College,
Ions, Adelphi, St. Peters, Mont Mont-clair
clair Mont-clair Teachers, ; New Britain,
Conn. Teschers, Pairfield,- Fatr-

leigh- Dickinson and Lemoyna,

1

Big League Clubovners

Under Fire Again To
Expand Into 3rd Circuit

. Over at the Balboa Gun Club
Trap Range the traps have been
oiled and tested to throw the best
targets possible, considering; the
wild dry season breeze, ia prepar preparation
ation preparation for vmi trap shooters.

Even tne targets nav
tested for cracks so there-rwill be

a minimum of orokeo ones

thrown. Trophies have oeen se-

iari from a new sninmeni wiin

an eve for utility and will also

look good on a shelf..

In addition to com annas.

make-them yourself sandwiches
will be on hand for those not a
ble to hol8 up under eompetittoa
without sustenance. ?

Registraaon at f:w a.m. snoot snooting
ing snooting starts at 10:00 a.m.
Program Events:
100 birds at 16 yards rise.
25 birds at A.T.A. handicap
yardage. 1 ,,
121 pair o doubles. 1
Don't forget Sunday Feb. 22.
Whatever ;
Hcppcncd to .
Ana Tinevlch failed twice to

lift the light heavyweight boxing

crown from Biuy uma out- wncu

Billv entered the heavyweight div

ision Gus became the best of the

leftovers. He picked up the Ameri American
can American version of the 175-oound title

by defeating Anton Christoforidis

in 1S41.. In IMS he won world re

cognition by flattening : Freddie'

Mills in London ia 10 rounda: Two

years later he lost the title back

to Mills, then retired in W alter
knockout by Ezzard Charles.
Whatever happened to Gus Les Les-nevich?
nevich? Les-nevich? Now 44n Gus lives in
Cliffside Parrk, N.J.. where he is
employed by a major, truckiog
firm as a public relation man.
SUSrlND JOCMY
ARCADIA, Calif (UPI) '-'-Bantk
Anita stewards have- suspended
Panamanian Jockey Manuel Yeats

for five racing, days because of

careless riding. Ytaia, who begins
the suspensioa today, was accus accused
ed accused of causing interference while

aboard Your R Hards la .Wednes

day's fourth net.- s

By PRID DOWN
nt.ut vnitir cirPli Ma lor

league clubowners were, under fire

again waay to BAfauu uiui a muu
circuit and to make drastic revi revisions
sions revisions in the competiive and finan financial
cial financial setup of the World Series.
Breach Rickey, one of base-
luii'i tliUr utMiMTi. issued a

blisterig call for expansion "now

not 3 or iu years nuiu uu
and further charged, that big
leaaua. clubowners are strangling

the minor leagues "with a selfish

rush for television goia.
Al.nit imiiliunimiislv Ameri-

can. League player representative

fiddle ..x osi oi me hbci

disclosed uiat mt piayers win
meat on March 24 id Tamoa. Fla..

to discuss the possibility of re-

newing tne aireaay-iusn worm oe-
rlaa TV onntraot nn a DSV-TV ba

sis. The majors' current World

Series TV contract with the Gil Gillette
lette Gillette Razor Co. expires In 1981.
Rickey.. speaking at a luncheon

in honor of Stan Musial the

St. Louis Cardinals, Metered tiie
owners oolicies in regard to : ex

pansion, the minor, leagues and,
expansion. And he completely re rejected
jected rejected the oft-heard anti-expan-airin
aramment that there are not

enough go6d: players to form a

third, major league.

"Stari k in the twilight of a

great career," said Rickey, indi indicating
cating indicating Musial. "And so are the
minor. Unless the owners do
something' fast, ,the minors won't
last as long as Musial.

"The time to expand into twee

majf leagues is now," Rickey
continued. "Major league owners
are nrtrlectlne their moral obliga

tion to baseball in this country by
holding back expansion. And they
are strangling the minor leagues
with, a- selfish, rush for television
gold.. As a result of these policies,
the minors are faced with certain
doom in tne next few years:" ;
Rickey listed two "musts" for
the successful formation of a third

major league: I, That it bo form-

ed under the existing structure of

me major leagues, mat isew
York have a franchise.

"The problems facing the for-

matiin of a third league now are

no greater than those which fac

ed the American League when it

formed almost 60 years go,

said Rickey. "The owners had

better wake up before it is too

late. I know there is enough play

ertalent to form a third league

and you can be sure the owners

know it too."

R.ckey said the World Series

could go on with even greater

profits for "everyone by orga

nizing a round-robin series that

would last from 8 to 11 games,

Rickey listed the following ci cities
ties cities as ready for big league fran
chises: Montreal. Toronto. Buff a

lo, Miami, Atlanta, New Orleans,
UMittrtn Tami ov -fian TV arm fttf

land, Birmingham and Seattle in
addition to combined- franchises

in Fort Worth and Dallas and

Minneapolis and St. Paul.

"The problem would be which

to exclude, not which to include,"

he said.
, Yost disclosed the player's plans

after announc ng in the office of

attorney J. Norman Lewis that

he will resign as the American

League s player representative ef

fective March 24. He said the

players would consider their new
demands on the owners on that

date in Tampa.

xost expiainea mat pay-iy 01 01-fic'als
fic'als 01-fic'als are talking in terms of a
12 to 15-million-dollar take in com comparison
parison comparison with the current 3.75'mil-

nondollar take from the Gillette
contract. He said he and the play
ers believed the owners should at

least wait untU 1961 to renew the
current contract. ;
Lewis introduced a threatening
argument when he said the play players
ers players m'ght "question the righjt; of
Commissioner Ford Frick to sign
a new contract without their ap approval."
proval." approval." The 1 player pension fund re receives
ceives receives 60 per cent of the World
Series contact.

By OSCAR FRALEY

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kjvxu vnK niPi Extra

heart and extra hustle can make
the little man a success in pro-
f...innl ursll at fftllaf bSS-

ICDDIViia. '
ketbaU, f'Easy Ed" MacAuley of
the St. Louis Hawks insisted to today
day today in a studied sneer at statis

tics.
The facts,, of course, would
m,m 'Ia tlii tha atatament. Be-

cause MacAuley own Slater

Martin, mwget" oi ieei, m
inches,' is, :the only man under
feet currently playing in the Na National
tional National Basketball Association.

. "Even so," MacAuley argues,
"a man- can be 4 feet- tall and
make the grade if he can do the
things he's supposed to do."
In basketball: this would 'seem
'ImorMkaMa -aa Tranlr Sinatra

taking a course at Slenderella or
Willie Shoemaker playing Tarzau
in the movies. But MacAuley
from tlie- fop vol his i feet, 8
(nxkaa thlnba that, tha am.illar

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feUows. aceept, defeat top .easily

' ..'-.IAotl'' liiytaii.:X'
"Sure, 'the little" guyi need
mora physieal ability, as- well as
addei desire and dedication,' he
says. "The most important thing,
however, is attitude. If the littic
man had the right one, it has
more effect than all the physical
endowments in the world'
If this' li so, you might begin
to wonder if Eddie Arearo could

be the heavyweight champion of
the world or whether Bill Vecck's
midget might not have wound up
a better ceoterfielder than Joe

DiMaggio. But MacAuley takes a
firm stand for the little men.
"Look at Ben Hog an," he points
out. "He could have been told
that he was too little and too skin skinny
ny skinny to hit a golf ball with the
bruisers. But he had the determi determination
nation determination and will to win, Look at Don
Hennon of Pittsburgh. A lot of
people told him he was too small
for college basketball at 5 feel, 8
inches. But you'll notice he'U get
a lot of All-America votes."
Height Lvel Up
MacAuley,-on the other hand,
admits that the basketball height
level goes VP and up each year
and the big boys have to become
ever more proficient.
"Bob Pettit is 6 feet, inches
shd he used to be worked exclu exclusively
sively exclusively in the pivot," the coach of
the St. Louis Hawks said. "Fel "Fellows
lows "Fellows that tall once were referred
to as .'goons' and nobody thought
they could move. But he can, all
right." .
Pettit, the spearhead of Mac MacAuley
Auley MacAuley 'a team and the man, who
has been raweriting all the pro
scoring records the last I w n
years, is regarded by Easy Ed
as "the greatest -forward who ev ever
er ever played basketball."

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Vacation in KiiWrie Psnnsvlva Psnnsvlva-nia.
nia. Psnnsvlva-nia. Larns dairy farm an half
haur fram Gettysburej, teur hours
from N. Y. C. $37.50 a waek
adults. Family Rata an raquast.
Kaya Lea farm, Wollsvills.
PHILLIPS Ocoanaida Cottanss
Santa CUra 4a P. Minna Pa Pa-aama
aama Pa-aama 1-1877 Cristobal S-1673.
Fairer csrtasas. barween Santa
Clara and Rio Mata. Naw law
ratai. Phcna Balboa 1166;
Carre Axul Club. Naw manage management,
ment, management, tarty dihe, well stocked
bar. muiie, bathi, baati, fishinsj.
Acccssibla by concrete read. 10
minutei from Panama.
Houses
FOR RENT: Modern chalet,
furniihed, 2 btdreomi, etc. Cam Cam-pa
pa Cam-pa Alegre, Santuarie Nacianal.
Phona 3-2795.
FOR UlNTs Privata three bed bedroom
room bedroom house, Golf Hcifhts. Spa Spacious
cious Spacious fenced grounds. Phana Bal Balboa
boa Balboa 4169 or 2S70.
SCOUT MOTHER
oo will be chosen the Mother
most symbolic of all Mothers in
Boy Scouting?
The answer won't be known un until
til until th nieht of March 7 when the
gala Scoutcapades will be held at
Balboa Station.
Selecting the Mother symbolic
of Scouting will be only one of the
many features of Scoutcapades.
It will be an effort to ive; gipe gipe-cial
cial gipe-cial recognition to the woTkciftoth woTkciftoth-m
m woTkciftoth-m do in Scouting. Thf Wgrm
depends a great deal on Jtothers,
especially in their volunteer agsis agsis-'
' agsis-' tancs in the Cub program and Den
Mothers.
The womenfolk also can be
found helping Scoutmasters in the
Troops, and Explorer Advisdrs in
the Explorer.units. This is espe especially
cially especially true jwhen these units plan
Parents lights or have a dinner
' or banquet.
How will the symbolic mother be
chosen? The various Scouting un units
its units submitted, in sealed envelopes,
their nominations for this honor.
At the recent annual Awards
nd Ttppnenition Dinner at Marga
rita, one of the sealed envelopes
was drawn and turned over to the
National City Bank of New York,
Colon Branch, for safekeeping.
Several Havs hefnre the March 7
Scoutcapades, the envelop will be
delivered to Scoutcapade officials.
On the night of Scoutcapades the
name of the Mother that was
drawn will be made known to the
public. She will have an honored
place in the big Review Parade as
being representative of all Mothers
in Scouting.

Commecxia

Advertise in this ss)ction Ads only cost $0.85 per col. inch
FOR INFORMATION CALL 2-0740

FOR SALE
FRIfiETTE
AIR CONDITIONER
FOR AUTOMOBILE
S270.00
RATTAN LUX
FURNITURE
Tel. 3-1293
KILLS SUPERIOR OFFICER
SEOUL. Korea (UPI) The
Re,;.jub! c Korea Defense Min Ministry
istry Ministry announced today that Bat Battalion
talion Battalion Commander Lt. Col. Chung
Koo Hyun sho: and killed Brig.
Gn. Suh 'Jhung Chul during an
inspection.
The Rubrcina.te officer fired
seven times al point -black range
when Suh struck him with s
swagger stick for his "haughty
attitude" during the inspection,
the announcement said.
WANTED
EXPERIENCED
COOK for family e-f two
Americans. Either Span
ish or English accepta acceptable.
ble. acceptable. Not needed to live
on premises. References
required.
TELEPHONE 3-4622
. Inquire at Noi Zl Calle 44,
Bella Vista

Apartments

FOP RENT: Apartment large
PENTHOUSE, No. S Colombia
street, $140.00. Phone i-0331
or 2-5388.
FOR RENT: One bedtroem
apartment,, living-dining room,
kitchen, bathroom, $35.00. Roo Roosevelt
sevelt Roosevelt Avenge, Las Reinas Build
ing.
FOR RENT: Apartment: One
bedroom, living-dining ream, kit kitchen,
chen, kitchen, wage $60.00. Via Porras
No. 60. frhons 3-1798.
FOR RENT: Small furnished
apartment or independent fur furnished
nished furnished room. Best residential
section. 43rd Street Na. 13.
FOR RENT: Modern apartment,
en Central Avenue, for bachelor
or couple. Phone 2-3233 or 3 3-4801.
4801. 3-4801. WE RESERVE One bedroom
apartments, livingreom, dining dining-room
room dining-room balcony, hot water, maid's
room, garage. Via Argentina
$75.00 and $72.00. For infor information,
mation, information, telephone 3-4994.
FOR RENT: Modern, cool,
comfortable two bedrooms apart apartment.
ment. apartment. Calle 50 No. 15 (Ame (Amelia
lia (Amelia Building). Near" 16 Street,
PaitiHa. Phone: 3-121 a.
FOR RENT: Cangrejo furnished
one room apartment. New furni furniture,
ture, furniture, hot water,' balcony. $85.
Call 1-1789.
Rooms
FOR RENT: Furnished room,
stove, refrigerator, double coach,
private bath and entrance. Ne.
3, 52nd $treet. Tel. 3-0638.
Gdfce Decorating
School To Hold
Graduation Fete
Escuela Practica de Decorado
will hold its annual graduation ex exercises
ercises exercises at the Jamaican Society
hall tomorrow evening at 4, when
1. atUdeflt -will be awarded certi certi-fieatefor
fieatefor certi-fieatefor completing a course in
the Bit of take decorating.
A program will mark the gra
duation, with an exhibition of
work accomplished by the
students following.
The public is invited by the di director,
rector, director, Mrs. Una Raveneatt ale
Birmingham, to attend.
Panama Cm
GalllnOo
One hundred and three passeng
ers aire booked to to sail Wednes Wednesday
day Wednesday from Cristobal for New York
aboard the Panama Liner Cristo Cristobal,
bal, Cristobal, according to the advance pas
senger list. Sixteen passengers
are listed for Port au.Pi-ince, Hai
ti.
Three employes of the Canal or organization
ganization organization are among the New
York bound passengers. They are
Mr. and Mrs. Edwin B. Cain; Mr.
and Mrs. John B. Bombeck and
three children, and Mr and Mrs.
Frank D. Harris.
Full day excursion
SAN BLAS
Sn arch 1
COPA twin enjrine
DC-3 Transport
FIDANQUE TRAVEL
Tel. 1-1661
LIFE INSURANCE
rail
JIM RIDGE
General Agent
Gibraltar Life Ins. Co.,
for rates and Information
Tel. Panama 2-0552
Monday thru Friday
M a.m. to 12:M
2:0S p.m. to 5:00
Saturday: :0 a.m. to 12:M
JUDSON
Super chargers
for your
Volkswagen and Ohia
MGA, Dauphine
50
more power
Cia. Istmena de
Auto Servicio, S.A.
, Franglpani St
Ttl. 2-1870

Automobiles

FOR SALE: 1953 Buick, Riviera
Sedan, 4 door, radio, heater,
power steering, power j seat,
power windows, Dynaflow, new
battery, good tires, E-Z eye glass,
35,000 miles. $775.00. House
0530-A, Ancon. Phone Balboa
3064 after -4:30 p.m.
FOR SALE : Pontiae 1956 four
door, Catalina, Star Chief, VS, hy hy-dramatic,
dramatic, hy-dramatic, radio, wsw tires,
back up lights, two tone whit
and blue. Tel. 2-0619, Panama.
FOR SALE: 1951 Ford 2-door
sedan. Very good condition. Call
3-2420.
FOR SALE: Dodge 1959 Cor Coronet
onet Coronet lancer V-8 Motor. Torque
flite transmission radio-Heater,
large wheel Discs. Two tone
White sidewall tires. Outside
Mirror Blackup lights. Air foam
seats day and nigh rear view
Mirror Power steering and power
brakes Canal Zona Delivery en
th car $3,800 Panama Dilivery
$4,800 Will sell for $2,950.
Phone 5-169 Gatun.
FOR SALE: MG 1956 conver convertible
tible convertible sport, 6 cyl., radio, heater,
blue. Tel. 2-0619. Panama.
FOR SALE: !952 Hudson
Wasp, 4-door, radio. Mr. Overall,
House 155-A, Gamboa.
FOR SALE: '58 Austin Healy,
100-6, good condition, Ov-D,
6,000 miles $2750. Tel. Balboa
2-1695.
FOR SALE: Chevrolet 1951. 4
door Fleetline Deluxe, 6 cyl.,
power glide, radio, seat covers
black. Tel. 2-0619, Panama.
FOR SALE: Plymouth Plaxa
1957 fordor sedan. Push button
drive. 1 2,000 miles. Perfect con condition
dition condition $1650 eashv will trade for
low priced car, Call Balboa 2 2-1744.
1744. 2-1744. FOR SALE: 1957 Ford wagon,
6 cyl.. standard shift, plus ac accessories,
cessories, accessories, Balboa 1253.
FOR SALE: Pontiae 1952. 4
.doer sedan. Chieftain Deluxe, 8
eyl., hydramatic, radio, visera, 2
tons' gray. Tel. 2-06J9, Panama.
FOR SALE: Plymouth sedan
1953. ajood condition, 188 Hard Harding,
ing, Harding, Gambea. telephone 6-154.
FOR SALE: Land Rover 1958,
2 door station wagon, 2 tone gray
and yellow. Tel. 2-0619, Pana Panama.
ma. Panama. '''-"M
FOR SAlf: 1952 four-door
DeSeto, 5 good tires, radio, never
damaged, verv eood motor $450.
Panama 44)291.
FOR SALE: Complete Chevrolet
motor, recently overhauled', plus
other parts, cheap! House 107 107-D,
D, 107-D, Paraise, or telephone 4-505.
FOR LE: Mercury 1952. 4
door sedan Monterrey. 8 evl., hv hv-dramatic.
dramatic. hv-dramatic. radio, black. Tel. 2 2-0619,
0619, 2-0619, Panama.
FOR SALE: Chevrolet 1957
Bel-Air, radio, automatic only
14.000 milas. plastic covers. Per Perfect
fect Perfect condition. Drive it bv owner
only. Phone 752 Colon 9 a.m.
12 neonl.
AUTOMOBILE FINANCE
Government Employes
Service Personnel
Finance Tour New Or
Used Car
GOVERNMENT
EMPLOYES FINANCE Co.
LOW RATES CP TO 36 -Mo.
on new cars
AGENCY DEHLINUER
No. 43 Automobile Row
Phone 3-4984 3-4985
All Types of Auto Insurance
The New
NIKON
With built-in Universal
Viewflnder- 8ystem
CITES DULL IS' ILLNESS
LONDON (UPI) Foreign Sec
retary Selwyn Lloyd said Tuesday
tne illness of John Foster Dulles
caused "a very sreat loss" for
the West. Lloyd told newsmen the
secretary of state i condition was
both a personal and professions!

Panama colon

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Home Articles

FOR SALE: 3V piece set with
coffee table. Colon Domingo O O-baldia
baldia O-baldia lOst 1008 Apt. 6,
FOR SALE: Plastic lona-tet nM.
2 chain. Almost new. Ideal for;
office or foyer, Panama 3-1747.
FOR SALE: Leaving lsthmus;v
miscellaneous household furnish furnishings
ings furnishings Including: Studio bed-couch,
$25.00; overtuffed sectional
sofa. 4-piece with corner sec section,
tion, section, $50.00; Colonial break breakfast
fast breakfast set, round table with laxy laxy-ausan,
ausan, laxy-ausan, 4 captain's chairs, $35.00;
Royal Doulton China, original
Old Leeds Spray pattern, 8 set settings,
tings, settings, many extras, $50.00
typewriter desk, $10.00; double
bed with foam-rubber mattress,
$35.00; Kenmore wringer-type
electric washing-machine,
$50.00 bound books, 10c, elec electric
tric electric clocks, dishes, rugs, tables,
chairs, bsokscasas, etc., all bar-'
gain prices. Talking parrot,
$25.00. Phone Balboa 2-3480.
FOR SALE: Walnut bedroom
complete. Boy's dresser and chest.
Chest Desk. Tables. Floor lamp.
Sisal rug. Automatic dryer. Book Bookcase.
case. Bookcase. Bar. Chairs. Can be seen
at 0777-D Williamson Place,
Balboa. Phona Balboa 1681.
FOR SALE: Hi-Fi. Mahogany
- double bed. Sofa. Wringer wash washing
ing washing machine. Balboa 4491.
FOR SALE: Electrolux vacuum
cleaner; Muntx T.V. 20 inch
blond console; Bejldix Dialamatic
washing machine.. 3-5317.
FOR SALE: Wastinghouse laun laundromat
dromat laundromat and Twin Clothes Dryer
$325.00.
2 Modern Foam Rubber Sec Sectionals
tionals Sectionals 78" long with Matching
Chair 3 Months Old $350.00.
Mahogany Twin Beds with Pa Pa-aterpedie
aterpedie Pa-aterpedie Mattress, Night Table,
Vanity, Chair $425 00.
Birch Baby Bed with Pasterpedic
Mattress and Chiffonier $125.
- Miscellaneous Appliances Call
Panama 3-7234 or 4-1368.
Corozal Commy
Club To Hold
Picnic At Pacora
The Corozal f(immi
Club and their cuests will eo mi
a picnic tomorrow to Pacora.
Buses will leave the Panama
Legislative Palace at 8 a.m.
Music at thn monip will lu.
vided bv th Jt pnmKn in
- y JJU U
anion mere wui De prizes and
games for the guests.
JWB Resumes
Armchair Tours
Now that Cairnival is over, the
USO-JWB is resumbg its popular
capiae tvt A.imihaBii Tahk
ivi w sis vises it. x vrui a
The next tour will be heJdMon
day at 7:30 p.m, At that time two
films will be shown as the tour
covers the countries of France and
Spain.
Servicemen and their families
as well as residents of the Ca
nal Zone and Panama are invited
FOR

Leaving country must ell very well furnished It
bedroom apartment aircondition hot water very cheap In
best residential section. Rent f 100.00. Deutsch No.' S
46th Street.

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FAST FREIGHT AND PASSENGER SERVICES
TO COLOMBIA ECUADOR. PERU AND CHILE
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ROYAL MAIL LINES LTDVHOLLAND ,
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TO NORTH PACIFIC PORTS
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Miscellaneous

FOR SALE t Cental lex IV. fast fastest
est fastest model. Winchester, model 50,
12 gauge. Mr Arias, phone 2 2-0359,
0359, 2-0359, Panama.
FOR SALE: -r- RELAXERSI2ER,
shortly mod, leaving Panami,
call 3-474J Panami, 46th Street
No. 8, Apt. 2.
FOR SALES Piano. Weaver.
Spinet with Heating unit and
bench $300.00; Refrigerator
Wastinghouse, eu. ft. New
motor. Rack rafinished Porcelain
$80.00; Stroller metal, good con condition
dition condition $5.00; Child's rocker
with Tray $3.00; Child's Wooden
slat chair swing with chains $2. $2.-50;
50; $2.-50; Playpen extra-large collap collapsible
sible collapsible $15.00; High chair, $2.00;
Toilet seat telephone 2-3617,
house 805, Empire Street.
PIANO FOR SALE-Very good
condition B.200. 00, Parqua Le Lefevre,
fevre, Lefevre, Calle 7th Ne, 19, phone
4-0035.
FOR SALE: Wrought iron din dining
ing dining room sat $60.00. Youth bad
complete $10.00. Tel. Gatun 5 5-564.
564. 5-564. Dogs
FOR SALE: Boxes puppies,
A.K.C.. 6 weeks aid. First Litter.
Navy 2341 sir 2391,
Health Bureau Club
Goes On Picnic
To Chepo Tomorrow
riuh Health 'Riiwau and friends.
including many social groups, will
tour the district 01 tjnepo romoi
row, on a carnavalito outing.
The Club plans several activi activi-fio.
fio. activi-fio. tn hirfhlioht tiha orpasion such
I.XV0 I.V M.V.u-B.v '
as games and contests. Many
prizes will be awarded, including
a cash prize of the;m08t eloriul
sas .of both Panama and Colon are
being invited to participate in the
coniesi.-
t Ui &m,slAi thre will be
two hula hoop contests and a bag
ri Vnr thst males a bac race
and greased pole climbing.
Other activities will be swim swimming,
ming, swimming, sight-seeing and .dancing.
Music will be furnished by Willie
Moro and his orchestra.
Among the guests will.be Bob
Mrninan. the Club's Dhotoeraph,
to photograph the many interest interesting
ing interesting scenes and' activities.5 of the
day. Chepanos are also v planning
for the hundreds that will W't
their picturesejue little towii,' They
plan to nave many 01 ineir pro products
ducts products on sale,
The group will leave Panama atj
7 a.m. from the. Faiacio Liegisiaq Liegisiaq-vo
vo Liegisiaq-vo and at 6:30 a.m. from- Colon
from 8th Street and Broadway,
SALE

Real Estate

, FOR SALE Lots 5,00 1.000
meters, the Nueve Hipodreme i
, Urbanization, -across the Ramon
Racetrack. AH lots with street
f rants; sewage; water main and
electricity. Call W. McBarnett,,
TeL 1-2567.
FOR SALlf Lot 1,066 square
meters in the best location of
La Cresta, situated between "V" :
Street-ant new street. For infor information
mation information please call Tel. 2-2170
from 8 a.m. to 12 noon and from
2. p.m.' to 5
FOR SALE: Corner lot, hectare hectare-sixe,
sixe, hectare-sixe, Campana Hill, near San An Antonio'
tonio' Antonio' Inn. Call Mrs. Davies 3 3-0996.
0996. 3-0996. Vr
FOR SALE: Fully furnished cot cottage
tage cottage 200 motors from Gorgon.
Beach, Phone Balboa 4474.
FOR SALE: On highest part of
Golf Heights on 2,300 M2 lot ;
3 bedrooms residence, 2 baths,
atudie $35,000-ternis. Cucalois
e Co.! realtors. Phone 3-3330.'
i FOR SALE : On Via Argentina, -II
Cangreio, two story residence,
1. bedrooms, v 2 baths, studio,
recent construction, $26.00. Cu Cu-calen
calen Cu-calen lr.Cer realtors. Phone 3-
WITH 1 YFABa native. dr.v

sji

Bryant, is sworn -In for. his final hitch' by MaJ, J.. B.. White, executive officer of the 4th Gun
Battalion, 517th-Artillery. Bryant hatf beenrla the .conimandJforrtwo -years, Is a merriber of

ueaaquaners ana Heaaquarters JBattery, ano tn aaaiuon to xiis acuve auiy umc nas seven
years credit with the reserves. At the left is Lt. CoL Wendell P. Knowles, battalion com

mander of the Artillery unit.
lsYVsllllsfriWlin IlllllHisIlllllir -

' ARCHAEOLOGICAL' UMBRELLA A steel canopy protects

tower dating- Irom the year-iasu. w wcaxea ai me tasa uranae pauumu
Coolidge, Arfs. The tower was part of a defensive; wall around what was then a village. The
canopy, 9 feet high,, is built to withstand 100n.p.h. winds. ; -l

-SCWSIH v -fravat- A s Mrf it

NEW LANDING-BRAKE CHUTE A training plane ts slowed to a halt with the help of the J
new Tort ex Ring parachute. .The chute's four cloth, sail-like blades route in a vertical planL
This 'creates a "vortex rins," e daughnut. U air around thsv tioa. Lines ttacbaal ssvastaivial
allow the apinnlnc 1

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ALEXANDRIA, La. (UPD
Homesteadang' finally is on the
way out in Louisiana.
On Feb; 24, the state will auc auction
tion auction off 1.500 acres still in the
-public- domain.
Armv-Sprvlrft torn t' irr -fftr-
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, $40 per week for each -shift.
You sy, work .more-than,, one
' shift. 1st, 9:00 1Z:00 mop,
2nd., 2:00 5:00 p.m.. 3rd.,
special serviceman's shift 6:09
9:00 p.m. Transportation fur
nished for servicemen. All other
must have automobile., If yos)
are sales-minded, and ambitious,
see Robert Navas, International
Hotel 10:00 a.m. or 7:00 p.m.'
'Monday. .',

JR. ACCOUNTANT WANTED
Position off eras! by Americas)
Firm, operating in Colon' Free
Zone to person with accounting
training; and experience. Apply
in writing to: Junior Accountant
P.O. tax 536, Colon, R.P.
Miscellaneous
ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS
DRAWER "A". DIABLO
BOX 121 1. CRISTOBAL, CZ.
PHONE BALBOA 3709
Wanted to Buy
WANTED TO BUY? Jeep,
model!57 or 58, cash. Call Res
traps, 'telephone 3-4095, Pana-
v ma City;
WANTED TO BUY: Coins f
all countries bought at top price
Immediate cash payment for. any
sise collection. Call or writ Ker Ker-ley,
ley, Ker-ley, Box 1237 Cristobal, C.Z.
Tel. 3-1681.
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tions, Operations, inspects tfte Spanish translation of Mrs. A. M. Zimmerman
of the translation section, U.S. Army Caribbean School. Fort Gu Gu-liek.
liek. Gu-liek. Capt.. J. -A, Esteras, editing officer, looks on. (U.S. Army
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For Registers Covering 5000 Jobs ...
Federal Merit System Examinations
Will Be Announced On Zone Tuesday

tor

the

V, L .ri,hlihed tor approximately 5000 positions in the eaen
e,toters nJilj by the Central Employment Office
1 Zone, wiU be announced i"fsoay y .n.Korer" nositions

vaminaiions win

of the jobs for which registers

which

Ca-

v 5.t .vaminations to be held for positions under the new Merit System, fi
The first examinations w ,.. ftKjtinn, ln the Federa service in

entral Employment omce.
and "laborer" positions with all Government

The

uencies in the Canal font. u .

which application is oemg ouac

Those who are already employed
on the permanent rolls may also
apply for eligibility under these
announcements, if they so desire.
Those employed on a temporary
basis are not required to, but
should file applications for the ex examination
amination examination to establish status as
qualified applicants, the Central
Employment Office announced.
The xaminations to ba an announced
nounced announced Tuesday tover approx approx-Owattlv
Owattlv approx-Owattlv ont-fourth of all Fadera
G?v.rnm.nt job. in tho C-nl
Zona. Th. rul.s 9ovngf

Pasternak Draws
Own Iron Curtain'
Aaainst Curious
' MOSCOW Feb. 21 (UPD Au Au-UiK2
UiK2 Au-UiK2 Boris Pasternak drew an
WcurUin" around himself yes yesterday
terday yesterday as a shield from the out out-5K
5K out-5K worid. But some kept knock-
ipasternak announced that he
ws leaving his comfortable vi la
the Peredelniko writers' cob cob-Ay
Ay cob-Ay outside Moscow for a more
Stent town forbidden to western westerners,
ers, westerners, reports arrived that an exfl exfl-.Opanisb
.Opanisb exfl-.Opanisb author was enroute to
mVow to try to arrange a Brit Brit-felrjmd
felrjmd Brit-felrjmd American tour for Pas-
Pasternak's home has been a
magnet for newsmen since the
J..2L r hi non-conformist nv-

m "TVirtnr Zhivago," banned in

, ui,. '.tnrm of criticism forced

Jifsteroak to reject the 1958
bet. Prize for literature.

No-

I Weather Or Not

tfhls weather report tor ths 24
hours ending 8 a. m. today Is
prepared by the Meteorological
and Hydrograpbic Branch of the
Panama Canal Company:
Balboa Cristobal

TEMPERATURE:
High
Low
HUMIDITY:
High
Low

92
71

90

45

82
76

86
69

WIND:
(max. mph.) NW-14
" TtAlN (inches) 0

WATER TEMP:
(Inner harbors)

72

NYO
0

80

LAKE ELEVATIONS:
Gatun Lake 84.61
Maddens Dam .. .. 243.11

examinations establish a broad
pattern for employment in the
Canal Zone which will be follow followed
ed followed under the Merit System for all
positions, regardless of rates of
py- .
Thps examination policies ad

here strictly, in spirit and letter,

to the 1955 Treaty enmmitmenis in
the Canal Zone for citizens of the
United States and the Republic of
Panama, according to Balboa
Heights.
These relate, in the main, to the
principles of equality in employ employment
ment employment conditions, regardless of ci citizenship.
tizenship. citizenship.
The Merit System examinations,
Nns 1 and 2. which will be an

nounced Tuesday, have no closing

riatps and atmlications for the va

rious tvoes of work will be accept

ed until such time as registers are

filled with the names oi quaimeu

applicants for each type oi posi
tion.
Generally, these registers will
contain sufficient names from
which employments can be made
for periods ranging up to about
two veart.

The distribution of application
torms for the helper and laborer

positions will begin Tuesday in tne

Ontral EmDlbvment Offices in

Ancon and Cristobal.
All applicants for these positions
have been cautioned by the Cen Central
tral Central Employment Office to read
carefully the 1 examination an announcements
nouncements announcements arid to comply with
all instructions.
Individuals may apply for as

many different types of work as
thev are aualified for.

Thus, a person's name could ap-.
near on several different registers

and he could obtain employment
to fill vacancies which occur in

any of the various types of posi
tion.,JI

Those individuals already per

manently employed who will ac

quire status in their present jobs

may take the examination for oth

er positions. This would improve
their chances for employment at a
later date in event of separation

from their present position.
The jobs for which the first for

mal examinations to be held are

ell in the "manual" category of

the Merit System.

For the laborer positions the

raxes of pay will be at the M-l
through M-4 levels. These range
from an entrance rate of 50 cents

an hour for M-l to a top rate of 67

cents an hour in the M-4 grade.
The pay levels for the helper po

sitions will be at the M-5 and M-6
pay levels which range from 60 to

a high of 75 cents an hour.
The Merit System examina examinations
tions examinations just announced over 13 dif different
ferent different categories in the jobs as
laborer, and 52 different catego

ries for helper positions.

The following' are the position ti

tles announced for laborers: Clean

er, dock woricer, aairy worser,
antenna field, cold storage, dairy,

heavy, highway maintenance, past

control, track, ship worker, neavy
cold storage, and heavy pest control.

Position titles for the helpers

are: Anglesmitn, armature wmaer,

automotive machinist, automotive
mechanic, automotive mechanic

(body and fender), btacKsmitn
(other fires), boatbuilder, boiler-

maker, cable splicer, carpenter,

carman (wood ana steeu, core

drill operator, diesel engine me

chanic, diver, electrician, electri electrician
cian electrician (lineman), electrician (lineman-communications),
electrician

(telephone), electronics mechanic,

flame cutter (scrap), gasoline en

gine mechanic, (general), heavy

duty equipment mechanic, high

lift truck operator, laundry equip-

ment repairman, liquid fuels
wharfman, lock operator, locomo locomotive
tive locomotive engineer, machinist, machin

ist (marine), mason (brick or
stone), millman, molder, office
machine repairman, optical work worker,
er, worker, pipefitter, plasterer, tile and

block setter, painter, painter
(coach), plumber, preservation
mechanic, refrigeration and air

conditioning mechanic, refrigera refrigeration
tion refrigeration and air conditioning plant op

erator, rigger, roofer, sewage dis disposal
posal disposal plant operator, sheetmetal
worker, shipwright, tire rebuilder,

towing locomotive operator, welder.

LAWYER HONORED Foreign Minister Miguel J. Moreno Jr.,

smiles as he decorates veteran West Indian attorney Dr. Lb.

Cafrington with the rank of Knight in the Order of Vasco Nunez
de Balboa. Carrington, a former president of the Canal Zone Bar
Association, was awarded the decoration of his exemplary con

duct as an attorney and foreign resident of the republic of
Panama,

Post-Aca pulco Weekend Of Augusta Gol

the two chief executives roach?
i agreement n ; number U4

WASHINGTON. Feb. 21 (UPD
Cold weather forced President Ei Eisenhower
senhower Eisenhower to return straight to
Washington today from his good goodwill
will goodwill visit to Mexico and forego a
weekend of golf m Augusta, Ga.
The Presidential plane Colombine
III touched down at the National
Airport here at 8:18 after a flight
ot six hours and 58 minutes from
Acapulco.
It had been planned for the
chief executive to stop off at Au Augusta
gusta Augusta but cold front hit the South
land with temperatures dipping to
the freezing point as far south as
southern Georgia.

Dulles Chipper
Following Initial
X-Ray Therapy

" Eisenhower and Mexico's Pre President
sident President Adolf JLopes Mateo end ended
ed ended two-day goodwill meeting
last night by agreeing to go a-
head with construction of a 100 100-million
million 100-million dollar dam on the Rio
Grande.
. '.
Agreement 1j proceed with the
project, to be known as the Diablo
Dam, was announced shortly be before
fore before Eisenhower bid "adios" to
Lopez Mateos and left the Mexi

can Riviera at 1:20 a.m.

"Well, sir, muchas gracias (ma

ny thanks;, amigo," Eisenhower

said to Upe2 Mateos ntaneside

"This, is one of the most pleasant

meetings I have ever had. l am
sorry to say goodbye."

"I will see you soon," Lopez

Mateos replied.

4" Million Workers

In 1965 Will Have-

To Be Over 45

The Mexican president's reply
led to speculation that he would
repay Evsenhi-wer's visit in the

near future.

' "Hasta luego," (see you later)

WASHINGTON. Feb. 21 (UPD Eisenhower said, then walked to

Physicians kept close watch on the Colombine. Lopez Mateos in
John Foster Dulles today for any turn boarded his plane to return

unfavorable side effects of X-ray to Mexico City.
therapy he is undergoing for ab- In additioi to reaching an ac-
dominal cancer. ord on tho Rio Grande dam,
The,70-year-oid Secretary of State ;

was to receive a second treatment
from a one-million volt X-ray ma machine
chine machine this morning.
State Department press officer

Lincoln Whi'e said that as of ear
ly last nght Dulles had suffered
no complications following the first
treatment, ihat consisted of about
one minute of X-ray bombard bombardment
ment bombardment at Walter Reed Army Hospital,

Bandit Shoots Bank Teller Who Gave
Customer Note To Summon The Police

BALBOA TIDES

SUNDAY, FEB. 22

HIGH

Time
J:47 a.m.
J:l p.m.

: Time
'9:16 a.m.
87 p.m.

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14.6 ft.

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Safe-Driving
Through Hvnnosis
Sough! In Chicago
CHICAGO (UPD A hypnotist
said yesterday he's embarking on
a program to make Chkagoans
safer drivers through post hyp hypnotic
notic hypnotic suggestion.
The hypnotist, George WaHon,

Said he hopes to train motorists
in wholesale lots to say calm,

keep their tempers, judge their dist

ances better and observe speed li
mits.

"Techniques of hypnosis appli applied
ed applied to traffic safety could cut Chi Chicago's
cago's Chicago's accident rates in half and
make this the safest city in the

nation," he said.
Walton is the director of the Hyp Hypnosis
nosis Hypnosis Institute of America, a school
of hypnotism.
He said his school will start a
city-wide program of safety ses sessions,
sions, sessions, startinB with an appear appearance
ance appearance sponsored by a West Side
Kwanis Club March 5.

He and members of his staff will
appear before o'her club groups
and also will schedule a number
of hypnosis sessions in the Looro
to wh'ch the public will be invited
free of charge.
Walton said a hypnotist could
handle "50 to 500" persons at such
a session.
Walton foresees the time when
radio stations, as a public service,
vill condwt similar sessions over
the other to calm down rush-hour
traffic.
"And hypnotists mighi well work
with police in treating accident accident-prone
prone accident-prone drivers," he said.

Misauirfed Missile
Hits Texas Ranch
In Terrific Blast

EL PASO, Tex., Feb. 21 (UP1)

The Airmy reluctantly admit

ted last night one of its superso supersonic
nic supersonic Nike-Hercules missiles went

haywire and nearly landed in the

laps of a New Mexico ranch fam family
ily family getting ready for dinner.
The misguided missile exploded

and knocked down rancher Don

Lee, his son Charley and a hired
hand, who were standing in the

yard about 75 yards from where

the Nike plunged to earth.

Two other persons were inside
the farm house. It is located

bout 86 miles southeast of Alamo Alamo-gordo,
gordo, Alamo-gordo, N.M., and adjacent to the

White Sands missile range.
The Lee ranch lays next to the
ranch of elderly John Prather, 81-year-old
cattleman who stood off
the army in 1957 and swore he

wouid not be moved off the pro

perty ne nomesteaded.
All five persons were deafened

by the blast when the missile

struck Thursday evening. They

sam onay a barn standing between

the house and where the missile
exploded prevented serious injury,

or worse.

They did not report the blast
until yesterday. They had to
drive to Alamogordo.
The explosion ripped out a cor corral
ral corral holding several saddle horses
and did extensive damage to the
barn.
Army officials at Fort Bliss
said a group of soldiers being
trained in tactical use of the mis missile
sile missile launched it from McGregor
range, about 30 miles northeast
of El Paso.

FT. BRAGG, N.C. (UPI) A
bandit fired five shots intd the bo body
dy body of a bank teller who had dis dispatched
patched dispatched a customer with a note
for police yesterday in the Caroli Caroli-nas'
nas' Caroli-nas' third bank robbery of the
week.
Teller J. Fnamk Johnson, 53,
was found sprawled on the floor
of the branch" bank on this big
Army post, slain with bullets in
the heart and stomach. The cash
drawers were looted of $12,000.
Police and military authorities
had a descr iption of the holdup
man, and roadblocks were man manned
ned manned MP's stopped and searched
an automobile bringing reporters
to the scene.
The FBI in Charlotte, N.C, put
out an alert for David Onkz, 26,
as a suspect. Agents said he was
wanted on a charge of desertions

and answered the "general ae ae-scriDtion"
scriDtion" ae-scriDtion" of the bandit. He was

reported in the Knoxville, Tenn.,

area Thursday.
D. R. Jones of the Army Cimi Cimi-nal
nal Cimi-nal Investigation Division, said
Johnson had noticed a 'suspicious 'suspicious-looking"
looking" 'suspicious-looking" man loitering around the
bank. The man wore civilian cloth clothes
es clothes and was about 25 years old.

Apparently becoming alarmed,
Johnson wrote a note on the back

of a counter check and slipped it

to Sgt. James PrueUe, a custom customer.
er. customer. Pruette said he. read the note
when he got outside. It said, in ef effect,
fect, effect, "this boy has been here a
couple of hours. Send for the
MP's."
The sergeant said he went
quickly to the provost marshal's

office which dispatched men to tne
bank. They found the slain teller.

Jones said the position of the

shells indicated the bandit had

shot Johnson twice across the
counter and then shot the teller

three more times as he lay on the
floor. All of the wounds were in
the area of tho heart and stomach.

The treatment itself is painless.
But the radiation makes some pa patients
tients patients nauseous or weak later.
White told United Press Inter International
national International that Dulles late in the af afternoon
ternoon afternoon more than six hours af after
ter after the first treatment felt chip chipper
per chipper enough to telephone Under
Secretary of State Christian A.
Herter presently is running' the
in" on international developments.
White said Dulles "was in fine
spirits."
Doctors hope the radiation the the-rairw
rairw the-rairw will irrest the disease suffi-

c eniy for Dulles to return to full
command of U.S. foreign policy.
Herter and receive "a general fili

department.

Major Breakthrough
Against Heart,

Blood Disease Seen

ASKS SHORTS "VACATION"

CHICAGO (UPI) Jamet Rini
40, appealed to Judge Jonph A.

Pope Monday to cut short his

"vacUion" because "this resort

is no good for my health."

The "resort" is Stateville Pen Penitentiary,
itentiary, Penitentiary, to which Pope sentenc

ed Rini to nine years imprison
ment for burglary

WASHINGTON (UPI)- Experts

today forecast "major break-

throughts" against heart and blood

vessel diseases in the next 10 years

which "will save thousands of

lives."

They said "extraordinary ad

vances in the past decade fore foreshadow
shadow foreshadow even greater progress n
the next.

The prediction was made in a
"report to the nation," first of its
kind, by the American Heart Assn.

and the National Heart Institute,

both just 10 years old. Six spec'l-

ists presented papers on "a dec

ade of progress agwnst cardio cardiovascular
vascular cardiovascular disease" at an hour-and-

a-half meeting attended by con

gressmen, government officials.

physicians and health authorities.

Dr.. Leroy Bruney, neaq of the
Public Healtn Service, sounded a

note of caution in commenting on
the paperu He reminded that

heart and blood vessel diseases
kill "more people than all other
causes of death comb red and dis disabled
abled disabled counties others."
Burney laid he has "no doubt
'hat our researches will one day
begin to reduce the terrible stwtis stwtis-tics
tics stwtis-tics of heart disease." But he said
he was "unable to predict when
or at what ra'e," and added: "I
caution against the exotctation o

anarp drop in tne aeam rata.

Mayor Of Manila

Hits US Policy
On Surplus Arms

niTMAGUETE. Philippines, Feb.

oi upn Manilla mavor Arsenio

Lacson charged today the United
States is "taking the Philippines

for granted" in the matter of mt

"The Philippines cannot fight

tomorrow's war with yesterday s

weanons ." Lacson told newsmen

here.

The fierv Manila mayor was

commmenting on a' provision in
the U,S. Philippines military as

sistance pact requiring tne cias
sifieation of weapons as "surplus'

before they could be given to the

Philippines.
Lacson also attacked the advin
Istration of President Carlos P

Garcia for its alleged "weak poll
cv" toward the overstaying Chi

nese problem and the acquisition

of the presidential yacht Lapu La
mi from Japan.

Lacson said the 2,700 Chinese

transients should be "placed

board bombers and dropped into

the China mainland if the Natio

nalist Chinese government con

tinued its refusal to admit them to
Formosa."
Lacson said that the Garcia

government acquired a costly ves
sel under the reoarations agree

ment with Japan despite the hard
ships suffered by the Filipino peo

P'e.

Children ore not only O comfort
to parents in their ola og they
help them get thert foster.
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Doctors Satisfied

With Progress
Of. Gen. Marshall

Knowland Suggests

Federal Reductions

or GOP Platform

WASHINGTON. Feb. 21 (UPD-

Former Senate Republican Jead-

er William F. Knowland made the

Congressional Record twice this

week with his bluepint for a GOP

platform.

He would commit his party to

a cutback in federal functions, in
the federal budget (starting with

"drastic reduction in foreign

aid)' and in federal income taxes.
Knowland also implied that he
would commit the GOP to'support
right-to-work laws, an issue
which presumably contributed

heavily to his defeat as a candi

date for governor of California
last November. Other California

Republican candidates opposed

his stand on the issue.

Knowland made his contribution

to current republican soui-searcn

mg in a speech last week at beat beat-tie,
tie, beat-tie, Wash. His good friend, Sen.

Styles Bridges (R-N.H.) placed

Uie next in the Congressional Re Record
cord Record Monday. Sen. Carl T. CurUs
(R-Neb.) repeated the courtesy
Tuesday.

While, conceding that his party

needs to worry about precint or

ganization, Knowland said "we
must first determine for what we
stand."

"It is less fatal for a party to

lose an election than to become
all things to all men in order to

win it," he said.

He then offered his own 10-point

platform. It would appear paint paint-able
able paint-able to the conservative wing of

the GOP but contained points

which Kepublican liberals would

refuse to swallow.

FT. BRAGG, N.C, Feb. 21 (UPI)
Army doctors today expressed

satisfaction with the progress of

seriously ill Gen. George C. Mar
shall. ...

They reported Friday that Mar Marshall
shall Marshall had apparently thrown .off

an attack of pneumonia which. ac accompanied
companied accompanied his second stroke iri a

month but their prognosis remain

ed guarded.

Col. George Powell. chief Of me

dicine at the Army s Womack Gen General
eral General Hospital here, said he was
"satisfied w'th the general's pro progress
gress progress up to this time."
He said an X-ray yesterday
showed the pneumonia apparent apparently
ly apparently under control with Marshall's

lungs clear except for a "very

small area at the base of the lett

lung.
Marshall was stricken with the
pneumonia earlier this week at a a-baut
baut a-baut the t'me he suffered a second
and more severe stroke. He had
been hospitalized here since Jan.
15 when he suffered the first stroke
at his wintei home at Pinehurst,
N.C.
Powell described Marshall as
"a lit'le more alert" and said the
78-year-old general was able to

speak three or four words conse consecutively.
cutively. consecutively. He was beginn 'mg to give
more than simple "yes" or "no"
answers to questions, Powell said.

Turkish Cypriote

Cry 'Kill Hakarios'
During Protest

NICOSIA, Cyprus, Feb. 21 (UPI)

Turkish Cvpriots demonstrated

against independence for Cyprus

yesterday and shouted "kill Maka
rios." the Greek Cyprjpt archbi

shop slated to become president
oi the; new country.
Youthful Turkish Cypriots threw
stones in soma area and there
were several clashes with police

but most of the wellHorganized
demonstrators confined themselves

to shouting -slogans.
No casualties were reported.

In Nicosia, a crowd gathered in
Ataturk Square named for Kemal
Ataturk, father of modern Turkey.
. The mob was unoved by the

fact that Turkey and Greece
agreed with Britain op independ independence
ence independence with a government operated
on a 70-30 percentage basis by
the 400,000 Greek Cypriots and
100,000 Turkish Cypriots who make
up the population.
Some members of the crowd in
Nicosia scuffled with police when
authorities broke up a march on
the home of a Turkish representa representative.
tive. representative. The outbursts came as a sur surprise.
prise. surprise. British Deputy Governor
George Sinclair urged the demon demonstrators
strators demonstrators to avoid any action im impairing
pairing impairing the spirit of goodwill .aris .arising
ing .arising from the independence pact
reached in London.
British troop:; were out in force
to Drevent any violence. The

troops concentrated on the Somali-

ed "Mason-JJixon. une dividing
the Greek Cypriot nd' Turkish
Cypriot quarters in major cities.

ornar issues.

A communiaue issued last niaht':

said that they tgreed,- among oth-'
er things,; jn the need for

mwuua uesignea to protect the cot-!'
ton interests of both countries and!

to seek a solution' of Mnwtt.

lead-zinc Koblem occasioned bin
recent quota restrictions on fan!
rotations by the United Sfotea 4

,1

t

PITTSBURGH. Feb. 21 nnTi.

Assistant La tor Secret arv

Brown said today-older" personll

i-auutH una woric partly because
they do not know,, how to look f of i

He said job-hunters Over 45 lnt

out because of "a defeatist attw
tude ... fear, of change ... afifl'
unrealistic demands."

For these reasons. Rrnwn ostfl'

i- a speech prepared for delivery'
t... til. n XiU'i c! ..... U -l J ...

to uc iniouiugu iiuer woricer St
Conference, more counseling jfldj
training facilities for middle-aed4

joo-seeker are needed. z ;
Brown, wht is chairman of the-'
f ederal Ciuncil on Aging, siid!-

many employers will not hire .'

nan-.

sons over 45 because of

truths and fallacies about older'
workers. iJ
He said thtse included' the fflrj
that older employes were less skill-
ed and less physically fit and tfit
insurance and pension rates woud
be higher. t J
Brown said these ideas could be;
combatted best by a stepped-up
"hire older workers" public '4y
campaign. He said the Labor De
partment favored this approach:
rather than legislation aimed .t.
age discrinanaition.
The official said the nation
would need 10 million more worfc-i
ers in 1965 than it had in 1955. He
said 4,500,000 of these would hajif

to oe persons past 45 since there
were not enough younger worker!
to fill the vacancies.

End

South American
Commies Feted

By Chinese Reds

TOKYO, Feb. 21 (UPI)-Commu

nis' Chinese Premier Chou En Lai

and Vice Chairman Liu Shao Chi

of the Central Committee of the
Central Committee of the Chinese

ommunlst Party gave a banquet

yesterday in honor of a delega delegation
tion delegation of Communist leaders from

South America, the New China

news agency reported today.

The delegation was composed ot
Communist leaders from Chile, Ve Venezuela,
nezuela, Venezuela, Colombia, Peru, Ecuador,
Bolivia, Argentina, Cuba, Brazil,

Paraguay, Costa Rica and Pana
mia. "v

The banquet was also attended

Powell To Seek
Ban On Race Bias

In Housing Bill

WASHINGTON, Feb. 21 (UPI)-

Rep. Adam Clayton Powell (D (D-N.Y.)
N.Y.) (D-N.Y.) served notice yesterday that
he will try to write a ban on racial
discriminatior into the embattled
Democratic housing bill.

If he succeeds, the measure
would be In serious trouble. Most
southern Democrats undoubtedly
would join many GOP members
in voting against any bill contain containing
ing containing such a provision.
Republicans already have brought
the legislat on under sharp attack

on grounds that it would throw
President Eisenhower's delicately

balanced bud cot into the red.

-I. ...

Powell, a Negro, said he wouia
try to amend the bill to require
that applicants for Federal Hous

ing Admin istration FHA mortgaies
for rental units first agree not to

practice racial discrminatlon.
He said he could not yet predict
whether the amendment would
pick up enough Republican apd
northern Democratic votes to. win

adoption. In the past, he has fail failed
ed failed at 'several attempts to write
similar discrimination bani into
housing bills.
In any event, key lawmakers
said, the Powell proposal would
not be enacted into law at this
session of Congress. Even it i

passed the House, they

Billy Graham Told
To Cut Length
Oi Crusade Sermons
MELBpURNE, Australia (UPI)
Evangelist Billy Graham 3aid
yesterday that on physician's or orders
ders orders he would be forced to cut

the length -of his Australian cru crusade
sade crusade sermons.
The 40-year-old Baptist minister
from North Carolina told a capa

city crowd in West Melbourne
Stadium that a "rather fierce"

doctor had told him r he would

have to trim the length of his ser sermons
mons sermons 25 to 30 minutes.

A typical Graham sermon

lasts about 50 minutes. Graham

sa.iH hp would en easier. Dui ne

did not say whether he actually
would cut his nightly speaking
time in half.
Graham opened his five-month

Australian crusade Sunday, com
inp here from HaWaii.

Graham told 10,000 persons in
his audience that although Amer American
ican American churches were packed every
Sunday, "we've got the highest
divorce rate and the highest

crime rate in the world.'

Federal Orders Ban
Jetliner Landings
On Some Conditions
, V,."v' V.-'-v .i

WASHINGTON, Feb. 21 (UPI)-Pan-American,
National and A A-merican
merican A-merican wew under federal ord orders
ers orders today no to land their new

Boeing 707 jet liners under certain

conditions because of reported ai
time'er difficulties.

The Federal Aviation Agency

(FAA) restrictions are similar to
landing curbs imposed earlier on

Lockheed turbo-let Electas after

an American Airlines EUectra

crashed in New York ueo. a. ,:;
Both the 707. the fiffst American.

made let to en into service, and

The Electra, which is powered by
jet-turned propellers, use 'a new,

pilots have complained is too ea ea-sv
sv ea-sv to tntRread. i

American and Eastern, the two

l!nei using the Electra, 'already
have' reDlaced the new' Instru-

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