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The Panama American
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Weekend American
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daily[ former oct. 7, 1925-dec. 4, 1966]
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Oct. 7, 1925-
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On Saturday published as: Weekend American, Dec. 10, 1966-May 5, 1973.

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Nigeria Welcomes

lizabefh, Philip

- LACOS, Nigeria, Jan. 28

flew in today for the first Royal visit to this colony in
Africa and nearly 1,000,000 persons were on hand to
make her arrival a memorable one.
A screaming chant of "Bo Lisibeth" (Welcome, Eliza Elizabeth)
beth) Elizabeth) swelled from the throats of thousands massed at
the airport as the four-engine transport bearing the Queen
and Duke of Edinburgh taxied up the runway,

f.nssabcln is the first reigning
monarch ever to visit Nigeria
And the Nigerians were going all
out to snow now tney ten.
juagos 300,ooo population was
nearly tripled by visitors from the
hinterland crowding in to welcome
fclizaneth and her husband.
Net many residents slept last
night. There was tee much mer merrymaking.
rymaking. merrymaking. Bars,' cafes and re restaurants
staurants restaurants were lammed.
The streets were a mass of hum
anity with hundreds of thousands
ostling good-naturedly for the
tetter spots along the route the
Koval motorcade travels.
Flowers, flags and bunting hung
from shops, homes and across
streets.
CZ Ccps Cheered
In Drive Result
AI I!ev$ Cyclers
Complaints that newsboys were
dashing madlv through the busy
Ancon Post Office interesection at
noon brought concerted action this
week: by Canal Zone Police.
At week's end a total of four
toys 'had been apprehended and
brought .before xhe Balboa Magis Magistrate's
trate's Magistrate's Court.
Yesterday a 16-year-old boy was
fined $5 for recklessy riding his
bicycle,, but payment of the fine
was suspended and he was placed
n probation for six months..
Thre olhers who had been
tjrouKiit into court 'earlier this
week had faced charges which in
cluded reckless driving, falling to
Keep to me rignr ana railing xo
yield right of way to pedestrians
in cross-walk
Judge John E. Doming has
been imposing suspended jail sen sentences
tences sentences of light fines. Police have
reported that -their efforts to cut
down reckless practices by the
newsboys rare bringing the desir desired
ed desired results. .. :
Crfppbd Pteno
Willi jewel Cargo
Rcsu.?.3S NY Fli;hl
' LONDON, Jan. 28 -(UPKAir-port
police today stood guard ov over
er over a crippled stratocruiser airlin airliner
er airliner that turned back on a flight to
New York with almost eight and
a half million dollars of rough-cut
diamonds abroad. The plane later
took off again for another try.
The British Overseas Airways
airliner carrying the fortune in
raw gems and 47 passengers from
London to New York developed en engine
gine engine trouble over the Atlantic and
returned to London on three en engines
gines engines early today after 11 hours in
the air.':'".:;:';-.... .,...'. -.v.-,..
Mechanics repaired the faulty
engine as police stood guard and
the stratocruiser took off for New
York again at 11:40 with the gems
still aboard. ; v
The stones were on their way
to fabulous New York diamond
king Harry: Wiston, owner of the
fa.med hope diamond.
'Spokesman for the London dia diamond
mond diamond merchants who sold the
gems for an estimated 8,400,000
said yesterday it was the largest
tale of rough cut stones ever
made to an individual firm. ...
AVOL Gl Admits
Shying Of Ccp
In Gun Cr.ilb 1
' CHICAGO, Jan. 28 (UP) An
AWOL soldier confessed that -he
killed a Chicago detective and
bounded another in ,a roaring
light club gunbattle, police said
today.
The soldier was identified as
Donald Lawrence, 17. His victims
fcere dectectives Lyons Kelliher,
3, who was killed, and William
Derrig.
The killing was the second, slay slay-lig
lig slay-lig by a teenager this week.
Authorities at Fort Sheridan
laid Lawrence was picked up by
thicago police yesterday as being
IWOL from Fort Carson, Colo.,
and turned over to military police,
lie confessed after being confront confront-id
id confront-id by witnesses aho saw Kelliher
Ihot down Wednesday night.
Kelliher and Derrig were mak mak-njj
njj mak-njj a routine investigation of the
liuht club, to check reports that it
a hangout for Narcotics ad-

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Many shop stayed open until
the early hours of the morning to
sell flags and decorations to last last-minute
minute last-minute arrivals.
Prince Charley was every inch
an heir to the throne in his fare farewells
wells farewells to his parents at London air airport.
port. airport. But when Queen Elizabeth
and the Duke of Edinburgh disap disappeared
peared disappeared inside the plane, out rolled
the tears.
Britain watched on television as
the seven-year-old boy tried 1 to
fight the tears back, and then sur surrendered
rendered surrendered with an embarrassed wipe
ai nis eyes.
Princess Ann, two years young
er, was too occupied with the ex
citement of the airport to shed
tears.
The Queen's 9,000 mile tour
through the land ef strange con contrasts
trasts contrasts tucked under the western
hump of Africa may be the last
a Royal sovereign makes as an
absolute ruler to the colony of
Nigeria.
The 33 million people of Nigeria
are pressing for full dominian
state and are likely to get it this
June.
The Nigerians have gone to great
lengths to make the Queen i visit,
the second within three years, a
memorable one.
Reports 'from the shabby city of
Lagos say it is covered with flow flowers,
ers, flowers, flags and bunting.
A house-air conditioned with an
electric deep freeze has been spe
cially 'equipped for the Royal
couple.
The tour of the colony will toe
made partly in six limousines flown
from i.ngland. .... ;
j The Queen will find a" land that
rapidly is changing from a primi
tive to a modern nation,
If ts larger than any European
country except Russia. There ore
3.000 colored Nigerians for every
European and little sign of a
tolor bar. ...
Many-African officials have Brit
ish-born wives. Europeans and A
fricans eat and dance in the swank
Lagos Island club.
Pioneer 01 Chomp
Dies Aged 102
SOMERV1LLE, N. J., Jan. 28
(UP) Horatio M. Adams, who
with his father helped introduce
chewing gum to the United States,
died today at his borne. He was
102.
Adams, retired as vice president
of the American Chicle Co., had
been ill for a week.
It was with his father, Thomas
Adams, that the pioneered in the
introduction of chicle to this coun country
try country as a base for chewing gum.
Their experiments in their New
York home led to the establish establishment
ment establishment of Adams and Sons which
later merged with the Chicle Co.,
to become the. American Chicle
Co. : .;-..-..:.. ;
The firm which he and his fath father
er father founded now produces "Chic "Chiclets"
lets" "Chiclets" and "Dentyne" chewing gum.
In February, 1872, a patent was
issued to Adams and Sons for the
process of making chewing gum,
the first patent of its kind.
Five Tommies
In Wreck, Blaze
BONN, Germany, Jan. 28
(UP) Five British soldiers were
killed and nine were injured today
when a military truck crashed in into
to into a tree and burned near Bielefeld.

(UP) Queen Elizabeth

Tokyo Rose, Who Mixed Music, Sedition,
Could Become 'Woman Without a Country

ALDERSON, W.VA., Jan. 28 -(UP)
Tokyo Rose leaves six
years or prision behind her today
faces deportation because she
made traitorous Word War II pro-
paganda broadcasts over Japan-,

ese radio. their morale with lies about their
" wives' "unfaithfulness."
Mrs. Iva Toguri D'Aquino, a v ;
native of Los Angeles, had hoped Perry McMahon, a court report report-to
to report-to fade into obscurity as assistant er in Pittsburgh, said he never

to an American doctor or dentist,
but the government she betrayed
took steps to kick her out of the
country.
A. U.S. Immigration Service of official
ficial official handed her a warrant, on
the eve of her parole from the
woman's federal reformatory.
eharging ehe-was ja-!Ti!!f sir-

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ISTHMUS-BASED pilots scheduled to arrive at Fort Kobbe this afternoon after a weeklong
ferrying mission from Toronto, Canada, pose by one of the U-l Otter planes before beginning
the flight. The planes have a weight capacity of two and one-half tons and can carry 13
passengers. The men kneeling are (from left to right): Capt. John A. La Monitla, capt. Hec Hector
tor Hector H. Mendleta, 1st Lt. Jack H. Thompson, Ca pt. 'Joseph M. Ballnt, Capt. James R. Woods,
Capt.' Paul F. Hopkins; and standing (from left to right): MaJ. Don R. George, Capt. James C.
Evans, 1st Lt. Dean C. Wesler, capt. Cletus C. Culp, 1st Lt, John R. Dome and Capt. Edward
T.Walker.

6 Otters Arriving For IAGS

Operation Trade Wind, the
second major air operation in a
year lor the VS. Army Carib Caribbean,
bean, Caribbean, was srheduled to end this
afternoon with the arrival of
six U-l De Ha villand Otter air airplanes
planes airplanes at Fort Kobbe.
The primary mission of the
operation was the delivering
from Toronto, Canada, tOiFort
Kobbe of the Otters with anoth another
er another phase of the air movement a
goodwill tour through seven
Central American countries.
Just as they did In late April
1955 during Operation Pogo
Stick, when five helicopters were
ferried from Alabama., the In-
tf American Geodetic Survef
pilots flew the planes. The IAGS
will use the planes here.
Tre aircraft, under flight lead
er MaJ. Don R. George, oegan
their week-long flight Mondao.
The first stop after leaving To Toronto
ronto Toronto was Buffalo, N.Y. The rest
of the stopovers Included Fort
aDjp,i Jjv adoj t"A 'JJOApg
Base, N.C.; Savannah, Ga.; Mia Miami,
mi, Miami, Fla.; Havana, Cuba; Cozu Cozu-mef,
mef, Cozu-mef, Mexico; Belize, British
Honduras; Guatemala City;
Guatemala; Managua, Nicara Nicaragua;
gua; Nicaragua; San Jose, Costa Rica;' and
David, Republic of Panama.
Piloting the six planes were
captains Joseph M. Rollnt,
James R. Woods, Cletus C. Culp,
James C. Evans, Paul F. Hop Hopkins,
kins, Hopkins, John A. La Montia, Hector
H. Mendieta, and Edward T.
Walker; and 1st Lieutenants
Jack H. Thompson and Dean C.
Wesler.
The IAGS Insignia was car carried
ried carried to Toronto and attached to
all planes .there. All of the planes
will be housed at the 947th En Engineer
gineer Engineer (Aviation) Comnany with
headquarters at Fort kobbe.
IAGS will use the planes to
support survey and mapping
work by hauling men. supplies
and mapping equipment and
instruments throughout Latin
America.
The 26th !Alr Rescue Squad
able' resident of the United
States.
But some of the many would-be
victims of Toyo Rose's sexy pro propaganda
paganda propaganda were willing to forget
that she had tried to undermine
took Tokyo, Rose seriously when
he listened to her broadcasts
while fighting against the Japan Japanese
ese Japanese in the Pacific.
"The war is over, we're at
peace with the Japanese," McMa
hon said. It s no use holding anv-
thing against her. I believe she
lost her effectiveness as the war!
progressed -and people got tlredl

Let the people know the truth end the

PAXAMA, R. P., SATURDAY, JANUARY 28, 1956

ron of Albrook Air Force Base
furnished an SA-16 amphibian
craft for rescue over, position
reporting and navigational as assistance
sistance assistance between Miami and
Belize. ; :
Ten aircraft mechanis, under
the direction of 1st Lt. John R.
Dome, attended a ten-day school
on Otter malntenanc e before
the flight back: to the Canal
Zone,
The ten are: MSgt Gardnre
R. Prldham, Sfc Leon R. Taylor,
Sfc Cecil D. Thomas, Sp2 Ches Chester
ter Chester H. Cole, Sp3 Jack L, Irwin,
Sp3 Charles H. Worthway, Sp3
Joe H.: Ozment. Sp3 James P.
Smith, Pfc Donald R. Lozler,
and Pfc Francis H. Ruxxo Rus-
SO. -y
The Otter, a newly designed)
craft, ras a weight capacity of
two and one-half tons and will
carry 13 passengers, including
the pilot and o-piiot.
$10 Million
Subsidy Approved
For School Milk
WASHINGTON", Jan. 28 (UP)
JA bill providing an additional
$10 million to subsidize mtlk mtlk-driklng
driklng mtlk-driklng by school children was
approved unanimously today by
the House Agriculture Commit Committee.
tee. Committee. The House is expected to
pass lt Monday.
Warden Service
Meeting At Catun
A Civil Defense warden serv service
ice service meeting for Gatun will be
held at 9 a.m. Tuesday, at the
Service Center theater.
The motion picture "Self Pre Preservation
servation Preservation In An Atomic Attack"
will be shown and all residents
of Gatun are invited.
of her even as entertainment, fi finally."
nally." finally." :
Tokyo Rose married a Portu Portuguese
guese Portuguese newsman during hpr war wartime
time wartime service for the Japanese.
- Born in 1316, be left this coun country
try country in 1941 for Japan to visit "a
sick aunt." American troops soon
heard her blend of popular Am American
erican American music and propaganda on
far-flung. Pacific islands.
When the Japanese surrendered
she was captured and returned to
the United States to face trial for
treason in San Francisco in 1949.
At her trial she was described as
a "female Benedict Arnel," an
"arch traitoress" and sentenced to
10 years in prison. Time off for
good behavior cut hor Wni to
seven" years.""" '"" "' "'

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Reef Forces':
Begin Vort
On Strength
PRAGUE, Czechoslovakia, Jan
28 (UP)-The Communist mili military
tary military alliance gets down to work
today on practical problems of
coordinating its massive armed
strength.
The eight Warsaw-pact na nations
tions nations and their associate, East
Germany, launched the first
meeting of the organization's
political consultative committee
here yesterday. They denounced
western "aggressive circles" and
the revival of West German
"militarism."
One after another nntp.e-
men outlined main points of
ine oiriclal Red attitude toward
the world. They were:
1-The Communist nations
want peace.
2 The Western nations
trying to frustrate the wor Id
peace movement They cited the
creation or a West German ar army,
my, army, equipped with "rockets, a a-tomlc
tomlc a-tomlc weapons" and "the old
Nazi general staff... under ex ex-Hitlerite
Hitlerite ex-Hitlerite generals."
3 A "national people's ar army"
my" army" must be created in East
Germany to offset the "West
German militarists."
The inclusion of the East Ger German
man German army in the "Red NATO"
Is expected to get top priority
on the agenda.
(East German deputy Pre Premier
mier Premier Walter Ulbrlght formally
asked the Warsaw powers to ac accept
cept accept the East German contribu contribution
tion contribution last night, acording to
Communist radio broadcasts.)

Local Firms Enter Offers On Work
For Gaillard Highway; Bildon Low

Two local firms. Bildon. Inc.
and Isthmian Constructors, Inc.,
entered oilers for the improve improvement
ment improvement work scheduled this dry sea
son on the section of Gaillard
Highway between the Diablo
Heights grade crossing and the
Panama boundary line.
Bildon, Inc., entered the low of
the two bids for the principal bid
items and for four of six alternate
bid items The bid price for the
main work, which includes resur resurfacing
facing resurfacing the section of highway, was
$184,995. . -
The low of the alternate bids
were as follows: Installation of a
traffic signal system at the Fran Fran-gapani
gapani Fran-gapani intersection, $12,050 In Installation
stallation Installation of a signal system at the
Diablo Road intersections, $24.9!M
installation of a section of tile dra dra-drains,
drains, dra-drains, $12,600 and $650 for the
planting of palm trees at the Al-

brook Air Force Base entrance. all'Matlon and its replacement by a

entered by Bildon.

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Zone Autos
Inspection
Going Slow
Only about a quarter of the
privately-owned vehicles In the
Canal Zone, for which Inspec Inspection
tion Inspection is required this year for the
first time, had been taken to
Motor Transportation Division
garages during the first three
weeks of January, according to
a report from the Division.
The Inspection began January
3. By January 24, 1,617 vehicles
had passed the inspection ind
375 were rejected lor various
causes. Between 5.000 and 6,000
vehicles are subject to the in inspection
spection inspection which Is required un under
der under the traffic regulations which
went into effect last year.
1 No vehicle which has not
passed inspection and which
does not bear an Inspection cer certificate
tificate certificate on its windshield m '.y
operate on Canal Zone high highways
ways highways after March 1. Vehicles
whin are eligible for post passes
are inspected by the military
service concerned. : j
A total of 807 defec'i were
found In the 375 vehicles which
failed to pass Inspection during
the three-week period; defects
average 162 per vehicle, De Defects
fects Defects In the lighting systems,
headlights, tail lights, stop
lights, and turn Indicators ac
counted for .261 of these defects.
Other defects which prevent prevented
ed prevented veNcles from passing the
inspection are, in the order of
frequency: cracked and. obscur obscured
ed obscured glass,, foot brakes, parkin?
brakes, steering mechanism,
horn, exhuast system, tires, and
windshield wipers. Wheel align alignment
ment alignment and rearvlew mirrors are
also inspected; and during1 the
first three weeks no defects
were found In these.
In connection with obscured
glass, Motor Transportation Di Division
vision Division officials pointed out that
no signs, seals, stickers, or oth other
er other non-transDarent material
may be placed on the wind windshield
shield windshield or windows exceDt in
four-Inch square spaces at the
lower corners of the windshield
or rear window, t
Vehicle Inspection takes less
than 10 minutes a car and costs
50 cents, payable at the point
of Inspection. There Is no charge
for re-Inspection, when a vehi vehicle
cle vehicle is returned aftetr defects
have been repaired.
Inspection lanes at the Ancon
and Cristobal garages are open
from noon until 8 o'lock at night
Mondays through Fridays r.nd

areifrom 7 o'clock In the morning

until 4 o'clock in the afternoon
on Saturdays.
Pennies Plea Made
To CIs In Germany
HEIDELBERG, Germany, Jan.
28 (UP) Army officials have
appealed to soldiers to dig into
their piggy hanks and put U S
pennies back into circulation.
Despite 17 tons of penn ies shin
ped to servicemen in Europe since
the end of World war II, the sup supply
ply supply is waning again. And the U.S.
Bureau of the Mint has sent word
that further shipments will be de delayed
layed delayed because of a similar shorta shortages
ges shortages Stateside.
The two alternate bid titems on
which Isthmian Construcotrs en entered
tered entered the low offers were: $8,830. $8,830.-55
55 $8,830.-55 for the improvement of the Al Al-brook
brook Al-brook Air Base entrance to Gail Gaillard
lard Gaillard Highway, 'and $14,000 for the
construction of a concrete box cul culvert
vert culvert at Paraiso.
The bids for the principal part
of the highway, work and several
of the alternate were considerably
higher than the Government esti estimates
mates estimates and both bids are being re rejected.
jected. rejected. The highway work incluedes im improvement
provement improvement of the alignment in
some sections complete resurfac resurfacing
ing resurfacing with asphalt extension of
Walker Avenue In Diablo Heights
across the railroad tracks to join
Gaillard Highway construction of
a new section of street joining
Frangipani Street in Ancon with
Tivoli Crossing and the removal
of the existing Corozal railroad
.'ihelier type station.

Chances

Would Split
US From Allies

u WASHINGTON, Jan. 28 (UP) Officials said today
Moscow apparently is angling for a new summit meeting
between President Eisenhower and Soviet Premier Nikolai
A. Bulganin.
It was understood the still-undisclosed Bulganin letter
to the President does not specifically request a Big Two

conference, our tne intent ot the letter is clear.
Officials declined to comment on whether Mr. Eisen Eisenhower
hower Eisenhower would agree to meet with Bulganin this year.
However, the chances of a Big Two conference or a
new Big Four conference are considered small.

There is much against such a
meetinn: The Door result nf
the last Summit conference
when the smiles were nut awnv
and the foreign ministers aot
down to business, the Presi Presidential
dential Presidential election. Mr.. Elsenhow
er's health.
Also, it Is considered most
doubtful that the United Stales
would agree to talks alone
wil". the Soviet Union.
That would play right Into
the Ttussians' hands, Thev
want to split the United States
away from its Allies.
Little could freeze American
relations with Great Britain h
France more than to meet with
the Soviet Union without them.
Mr. Eisenhower and other
U.S. leaders have given no In Indication
dication Indication they, would look at all
with favor on the prospect of
either another Summit meet meeting
ing meeting or a foreign minister meet meet-Ine.
Ine. meet-Ine. The President was asked a-
Panamanian Charged
With Threatening
To Kill Housewife
A Panamanian customs In Inspector
spector Inspector charged yesterday with
assault with deadly wesmnn nn
a Balboa housewife was ordered
to undergo a psychiatric exami examination.'
nation.' examination.' )
The defendant, Franisco Co-
rrea Garcia, 37, was ordered by
Balboa Magistrate Jud?e John
E. Deming to be submitted to
the examination following testi testimony
mony testimony that he wielded a knife
against Mrs. Nellie Unruh, a
Balboa housewife whom he al allegedly
legedly allegedly threatened to kill unless
she married him.
According to the complainant.
Garcia entered her Gavilan
Area residence, grabbed a table
knife and went after her,
threatening to kill her.
She fled and was able to sum summon
mon summon police, Mrs. Unruh was un un-inlured.
inlured. un-inlured.
Today Garcia was free on $1. $1.-000
000 $1.-000 bail and the case was con continued
tinued continued until Monday wending
the defendant's examination.
l$rd Vnl$ -Arms
From US, And West
UNITED NATIONS. N.Y' Jan.
28 (UP 1 Israel is nuttin? on
pressure to obtain a defense trea treaty
ty treaty with the United States and the
other major western powers, di
plomatic sources indicated today.
Secretary of State John Foster
Dulled ha unirt npithpr vpe'nnr nn
to the Israeli request for permis permission
sion permission to buv an estimated $50 mil
lion worth of U.S. arms to offset
communist armament shipments
to EavDt. The Israeli eovernment
feels, thpv saiH that th wpi;trn
powers should "put teeth" into the
guarantee in "formal, contrac contractual
tual contractual form'' a-defense treaty.
Israel, unsure of itself in the
United Nations, where the securi security
ty security council last week strongly con condemned
demned condemned it for an attack in Decem December
ber December on a Syrian outpost on the sea
of Galilee, hesitated to depend
on the world organization for de defense.
fense. defense. Israeli officials were said
to feel that any action favoring
them would encounter a soviet
, veto., as has beca Iba,. case, twice
in itvflll lliuullla.

FIVE CENTS

Small-
bout the possibilities .twice
wk J11' news conference."
He said he wasn't even aware
anyone had suggested anower
Big Four foreign ministers ccn.
lerence.
And when asked about 'Bul 'Bul-ganin's
ganin's 'Bul-ganin's recent statement tha t
another Summit meeting might
hiM .ne 1 mlsed-1 h&ven't
?. tha on Vet- I haven t
aujwung- xo, say about that." 1
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f Iy 4350 Miles
In 8 hrs. 31 im'ns.
ALBANY. Oa:. Jan 99 mm
Two Thunderstreak Jet fighters
criss-crossed the nation cover covering
ing covering t3,50 milfs ln eight houn
and 31 minutes without trylna
to set any record.
The flehter veeWriow
from Turner Air Force base here
to Los Angeles, back to Savan Savannah
nah Savannah Ga., and finally returnlnt
refueling in the air.
The lannf t.,M 1, ...i.
training mLssion with no record
InVOlVed in t.h nlannln ....
cution," the Air Force said
ine lead plane was piloted by
Capt. Lloyd R. Lovett, Alpena,
Mich and his wing man waj
mAnthony p- Bevacqua,
Watervllle, o.
.Both are attached to the 468th
Strategic Fis-hter KmnHmn i
the 508th wing of the Strategic
MoHel To Pick Ai
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Aff?r Talks To Bosses
PARIS, Jan. 28 -(UP)-Social
list Premier-desienate r.tiv mm.
let expected to pick his ministers
looay aner a round of discussions
wua r ranee s aeiense bosses. ..
"I intend to hav talkt with nfh.
er personalities which will be es-'
peciany devoted to international
and North t African problems,"
said Mollet. "In the evening T
shall start choosing my govern
mental team." ,-.
Mollet started his day by cal calling
ling calling in General Aiijjustin Guillau Guillau-me.
me. Guillau-me. Chief of Staff of the French
Army and a former resldent-gcno-.
ral of Morocco.
Guillaume was at the suite of of offices
fices offices Mollet is using at the interior
ministry at 0930.
Half an hour later foreign minis ministry
try ministry General Rene Massigli arriv
ed:
Guillaume was aecompan'ed by
outgoing defense minister Gener General
al General Pierre BUlotte whom Mollet
saw last night.
400 Passengers
Arrive Tuesday
On He de France
About 400 cruise -nassmrpi-n
are due at Cristobal Tuesday .1 .1-board
board .1-board the French Line's IU :-
France.
The ship is expected to rin k
here overnicht before resun-.h
her West Indies cruise.
Yesterday another F r e 11 r h
Line ship Flandre arrived 1.
with a similar load of passen passengers
gers passengers aboard.
.Eoyd Brothers arc tour a
lot Ue bmyi.



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by JiK kVerlcan Cit,c m the Mail Box Jan 20,
hnt ran-t cnanee the facts. I could chiae "An American Utt Utt-?
? Utt-? tor m sSS hV letter, but I don't blame him as I
W0US8S iriW- Saffnt Peron the right, to
hate the United States and all they, stand for, Wid to say any.
thirnr about "them But I reserve the right not to be footed by
hU pretended friendship and also to deiend my own country
even tYtn T extent oi exposing Peron and his sony record
I am nopeiiecuon.ht," but It is not necessary to "emphasize
thp lauos" bf peron, as "An American Citizen, suggests.
Bccond let it be understood, that i oeiieve in ireeaom of the
nress lieeom of bpeech, ireeuom ot assemoly, tree elections,
ire Tiabir un ons, free economy, liecaom of opinion, honesty ana
comitS ?Kcyand real Democracy. 1 believe that alt ot these
Io SSm,. deienaea, whenever and wherever tney are
V1lain Aruentina Peroh ended freedom of the picas, speech, opin opinion
ion opinion freedom of assembly and free economy. The most snocung
examnirot his dishonesty was the conization oi Latin Amer.
lea's greatest newspaper, La prensa. Tn example he set was a
Ions way from common decency. A ,
T rerun did not encourage laoor to organize, as AAC says, but
seized control ot, tne unions for his own enas and enaed free
Ulit8would take too much space to correct all oi AAC's miscon miscon-cebtions
cebtions miscon-cebtions aue to his lack of correct information or his attempt
to'put over pro-reron propaganda. But here are a few.
tie lnolcates that th u. a. wanted a linancial toothold in
Arecntlna and never had a chance until Milton tiisenhower visit visit-erf
erf visit-erf Peron. Has he ever heard of tne American pacmng plants
in Arecntlna or of The First .National Bank of booton oi buenos
Aires, or of the nunoreds of other U.S. interests with many mil'
lions of dollars invested in Argentina? , ,,
. With reference to my remark aoout Peron's last ten million,
'An American Citizen", says "1 have not heard ot many other
Presiaents being exactly poverty stricken when tney leave tne
PSjoee,sCne mean to Imply that all Latin American Presidents
ert rich? He has not heard ot Ricardo Jimenez, Leon cortez
and OtUio' Uiate of costa Rica, or tialo Plaza of Ecuador, or Jose
Lins Bustamante of Peru, to name a tew. .
1 It is not true as "An American citizen" states that "In Latin
countries the majority of the students come from wealthy fam families
ilies families and have little regard tor the working classes.
- No group in Latin America shows more regard for the work work-ini
ini work-ini Deopie. U.S. students are not superior to Latin American
studtnts in their ideas of "what is jusuce," It is libel to say, as
Aav; does, "that students (Latin American) feel that they know
mffi-e man the authors of their text books." . , ...
It "An American Citizen gets a bit maudlin about the late
Evil Peron and has the bad taste to compare her to Kieanor
RCi3CVclt. He uses the same bad taste in comparing Peron to
tli late President Franklin Kooseven. . , v
"Let iiinv understand that the Eva Peron Foundation was a
charity racket at which a lot of people got rich and a 'tew. poor
people got ostensible charity. ;,. : ;. : ,.; v;
Here Is a sample from Xhe book of Maria Flores, a well known
Argentine writer; A hundred children were brought down to
Buenos Aires from Santiago del Estero, from homes that were
hotels, from conditions that bred incest and orutality; they were
drfcssed In new clothes, fed Ice cream and steak and taken to the
movies, photographed for the Peron press and then sent back to
thjclr hovels. :'-
"Peron was excommunicated from the Catholic Church," An
Anicrican Citizen wrote, "not because of-the reasons mentioned
by Crcde Calhoun, but because he believed in religious ireedom."
Now if he will re-read carefully my letter in the Mail Box Jan.
10, he will find that It did not at any time mention the excom excommunication
munication excommunication of Peron or tne catholic Church. He questions my
taimess to Peron, but does he think It is fair to attribute to me
something I did not write and then criticize me for it? .i
' The self-called "American citizen" shows his ignorance of
local affairs by saying that 'E1 pals" is a government controlled
newspaper" to which he adds "naturally many Items will be ex exaggerated."
aggerated." exaggerated." Bo the government which has been most hospitable
to peron forces the government controlled" newspaper to exag exaggerate
gerate exaggerate his faults.
I Don Samuel Lewis will be pleased to hear this and, if "An
American Citizen" were not anonymous to learn just who in the
government controls him and his distinguished columnist, Gil
Bias Tejclra. -f .,.;.....-.:..,..., ;;. ,,
, There are parts of "-An American Citizen's" letter to which
I shall not reply, because I consider that they constitute bias bias-phemy
phemy bias-phemy and are sacrilegious despite his pious tone.
- Crede Calhoun

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Labor'"' News
Ami
Comment

By VICTOR RIESEL
WASHINGTON -If you run a
non-union factory or store or nieht
club or wall-to-wall carpeted olficc
you are on a list
The list is in the headquarters
of the seven-wee!; old "merge
AFL-CIO. It has been compiled
by 22 men in the greatest grass
root survey of this country since
the first census was extended to
include Indian braves.
The 22 men are the new AFL
ClO's regional chiefs. They have
pinpointed the location of unor unorganized
ganized unorganized plants in every city and
town in the nation," according to
those who come and go as they
will in the" inner sanctums.
Nor Is that all. These men,' and
their researchers and campaign
strategists, know just what your
community thinks "attitudes" the
call it. And whether it will be easy
or tough on labor. They know how
many religious groups there are.
They're familiar with your laws
and your town s political com complexion"
plexion" complexion" which roughly translat translated
ed translated means "just how ; tough the
police will be."
These reports have been In the
national headquarters since Jan.
20. There they've been studied in
conferences going ''seven days a
week," run by national Director of
Organization Jack Livingston. Liv
ihgston comes out of the Ozarks
and is so dedicated that he spent
most of December s holiday season
slumping the country to learn for
himself just what the regional la labor
bor labor leaders want.
Last week's parleys have been
pushed with the round-the-clock
sandwich snatching intensity of a
beachhead strategy session. Liv Livingston's
ingston's Livingston's deadline is Feb. 8 when
the AFL-CIO high command meets
in Miami Beach for its first con conclave
clave conclave since the formal merger last
Dec. 5. '.
There's little hit-or-miss about
blueprinting the nation for the Big
Drive. The national research de department
partment department is coordinating its strat strategy
egy strategy with the plans of the presi presidents
dents presidents of the big unions.
Some of the union presidents have
been doing individual surveys so
that they will be as well-informed
as the 22 regional chiefs and the
research department. They'll be
ready with the answers when they
are called in by the Executive
Council next month and asked:
"What's your problem? How much
money do you need? What men
do you want and when are you
getting started?" v
; Typical Is the Retail. Wholesale
and Department Store Union which
dispatched 300 questionaires to its
regional people.
: These are coming In with full
data on all stores throughout the
country.
This union figures its potential at
about 4,500,000. :
There is also a combine of team teamsters
sters teamsters and food workers. They will
soon launch a' drive to unionize
food shops figuring there are abo
500,000 non-unionized food workers.
On that committee is the pile pile-driving
driving pile-driving James R. Hoffa, ninth vice vice-president
president vice-president of the Teamsters rated
one of the toughest organizers in
the business. Only recently he went
south and came up with a $50 a
week (correct-VR) wage increase
for a group of teamsters there.
Official word out of the AFL-CIO
headauarters, however, is that
"nniv AFL-CIO oresidcnt George
Meany and a few others know at
this time what industries have been
marked top priority -targets in the
campaign against anti-union strong
holds." ;
Meanv isn't telling. But It's i
fair cucss that the white collar
workers, the government "blue col
lar workers' and the chemical,
textile, wood, paper and shoe work work-ors
ors work-ors are the tarsdt areas.
Just how much this will cost no
one knows. But Jack Livingston
says that "money to finance the
vast organization campaigns mm
be no problem.
h ha a bankroll of some $4,.
000,000 pledged by the former CIO
unions, mere seems iu ue uhh--doubt
that the old AFL unions will
also come through with that much
fnr thfi central kitty ana mucn
mom for their individual drives.
Now sit back. You still have some
90 davs to relax. Then watch it
roll.
Mass Killer Who
Wsnlsd To Dig'
!s Eicclroculed
nssTNWG. N. Y.; Jan. 28 (UP)
John Francis Roche, the mass
'killer who "wanted to die, iui iui-!
! iui-! filled his wish last ;niglt in
Sing-Prison's electric cnair.
The 28-year-old murderer, .who
admitted at least four slayings,
entered the death chamber at 11:01
p m: accompanied by the Rev,
Thomas J. Donovan, the prisons
Roman Catholic chaplain.
Roche gazed calmly at the of official
ficial official witnesses as he entered the
room. He sat in the death seat
and stared at the ceiling as guards
tightened the straps around his
arms and legs. :
He still was looking at the ceil ceiling
ing ceiling as the guards slipped the hood
over his head. He was pronounc-
A rfrnH at -11-04 D.m.
The State had sentenced hira to
.i:. ivi. rann slavinff of 14-
uie iui '"v r- .i,
year-old Doroiny wesiwaier
he bludgeoned and stabbed to death
in hallwav of her Manhattan
..,,nf hnmp nn June 2. 1954.
When arrested he calmly told
police of at least three other murd murders
ers murders He said he slabbed Mrs. Rosa
Chronik, 85, to death with an ice-
nick in 1953. He rapea ana siauuuu
. death "r-iryeBr-oM-wa
Marion Bi'Own, in Aoril, 19o4 anai
stabbed taxi.dnver Alexander Jan-
lonKa, 43, 10 ueaui, auuui. r.v.
later.

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SYDNEY. Australia There
seems to be a world-wide madness
afflicting the teenager. The same
malady which provides teen age
hoodlums and Junior B-girls in
America, which makes Teddy-boys
in England, which accounts for
the duck-tailed bandidos in Cali California
fornia California and Mexico, has produced
the bodgie-boy in Australia. His
female counterpart is called a
wingie,
The uniform and hairdo Is the
same-as a Over lonff. creasy,
carefully coifed locks for the boys,
Audrey-Hepburn hairdos for the
girls, dirty fingernails for both,
and pimples for all. Also jeans
for the dolls and stovepipe pants
for the boys.
Ausaraua flas Dccn unacrgomg
(?rime wave of frightening pro
portions from these young creeps
lately. In a technique loosely de described
scribed described as "bashing," the misun misunderstood
derstood misunderstood youths have embraced
rape, robbery, vandalism, murder,
simple and compound assault in a
daily recitation of horror that
would make one ot our more viru virulent
lent virulent weeks in New York look tame.
The carefree, fun-loving echelon
of Svdnev society has even man
aged to use teeth as an oncnsive
weapon. One young woman was
severely chawed the other day
when she came to the defense of
her boy friend against an onslaught
of bodeie-bovs. ;
A friend of mine, a touch taken
in drink one evening, was recently
set unon bv five strangers, and I
beaten to a stringy pulp, for no'

Walter Winchell -I n

THE HOTTEST SCANDAL
N TOWN
Linda Christian's party In honor
of ex-husband Ty Power, to which
she invited his current amour Jiva
Gabor and Linda's dollpuss Ed Edmund
mund Edmund Purdom both of whom were
conspicky by their absence. .The
tisa Maxwell-cole sorter nnisn
of a long and beautiful friendship.
Probably over Elsa's feud
with the Duchess, a good
friend of Cole's. .The Park Ave
nue fakers .who allegedly swindled
a young mint out of the Maharajah
of Baroda. The district attorney
is on it .Gloria Vandcrbilt and
her new excitement (Sidney Lu
met), who just did a Caribbean
cruise together. The neckingest (in
public) duct in Gotham. -.- -.The
party flung by Marion Saunders
to which nearly everyone in town
was invited Except her rich Uiuu
ess groom, with whom she's sup supposed
posed supposed to have reconciled for the
177th time. .The brawl (started
by- a tteevce producer) at P. J.
Clarke's with drinks, chairs and
ketchup flying.
Modelulu Rosalie Vernon's up upcoming
coming upcoming lawsuit against a midwest
teevee mfr. alleging slander, dam damage
age damage to her reputation, etc. . Henry
Fonda, who tells chums the trial
separation is iust that. Mrs. Fonda
tells pals she's had it .. .The New
York ad exec and the Coaster
fighting over the affections of May
Wynn. .Model Carol Vanderman
Mexicanning Kurt Hoffman. .The
Jack Carters, the Mcl Tormes and
the Freddy Fields, who were in inseparable.
separable. inseparable. Today all are parted
. .Silvana Pampanini, the Italian
screen, pet, being sued for the 2nd
time for the return of costly gifts
by. a, former suitor. .The famed
movie star who switched analysts
because he didn't appreciate the
truth. He was told he was a non non-practicing
practicing non-practicing nance. .He wore the
rose at one time.
-Virginia Warren, who is furious
., end of
embarrassment. .The backstage
bm ,.p. Dream" about two
of the cast, who can"t conceal their
pash. .Edith Fellows, who found

"What's In Collier's?"

Bodgie-boys
By BOB RUARK

. 0
reason which comes readily
to i
mind. The Aussie bodgies carry
the usual differences switch switch-knives,
knives, switch-knives, pipes, and brass knuckles.
And there is hardly a day that
fails to find some new atrocity,
decorated by a picture of the
bruised and battered victim,
splashed across the front pages.
The situation has gotten so rough
recently that one newspaper is ad
vocating the return of the hoary
old ctt the whip as a deterrent
to uit uuvisii eiuuusiasiu wuicu
leaves decent citizens raped, rob robbed
bed robbed and bashed to bits. The editor
of the paper was a little fearful
vhen he advocated a return to
ublic beating as a cure for bod-gie-ism,
but the letters he receiv received
ed received were about 98 percent i nf avor
of a couple dozen of the best, laid
on in a public place, for apprehen apprehended
ded apprehended hoodlums.
There is really nothing wrong
with the idea, since the bashers live
by the clout, and might be damp dampened
ened dampened spiritually by the knout. But
I do not think that this pioneering
reformer of juvenile delinquency
has gone far enough. For a start,
a junior model of the cat might
have been laid across the flanks
of the transgressor when he was
younger and more subservient to
the parental hand.
Two other things are needed, I
believe, One is head-shaving for
the thugs who patronize beauty
shops to get the right wave in
their duck-tails. And, more than

that, less publicity, which tends to'you wonder.

her marital problems so great she,
sought advice from a head-shrink
cr, who will marry her, .Wm.
Johnson of "P.be Dream," who
says he doesn't date Julie Newmar
of "Silk Stockings" . ."After the
show," he says with a poker-face,
"I usually go to a midnight mov movie."
ie." movie." (Pure as the driven slush)
. .The panic is on! Three of the
town's top d i s c jockeys were
bounced. More shakeups on tap.
Who says newspapermen are rich?
George Farnstom, drama critic
for a group of Westchester weekli
toils as a desk' clerk at the Great Great-es,
es, Great-es, Northcn Hotel to make ends
meet...The wags who say Grace
and her Prince arc so in love
"they cant wait to be introduced!"
Rcvlon's firing their ad agency
and transferring their $G4,000 Ques Question
tion Question hit is' only the beginning.
They're already auditioning other
agencies for the multi-million dol dollar
lar dollar billings. .The scandal mag
"inside" about the wiretaps on
Hazel Bishop, soon due, .Marion
Colby confirming she will marry
Miami Beach Judge B. Frank. His
1st. Her 4th. ...The buzz that Mrs.
Huntington Hartford did not know
about her paternity charges in the
long ago. She knew it long before
the headlines had it and nobody's
miffed. .And anyway, he won the
case. , One of the swankiest res restaurants
taurants restaurants in the 50s (west of
5th) just hit with an "unsanitary
kitchen" rap by the city. .. .Jockey
Club censors permitting a Santa
Anita horse to be named "She's
A Bang" ; :. .The song publisher in
big-trouble for not paying writers
150 grand.
The Tin Pan Alley copycats, who
have Just come out with two "new"
ditties titled: "Weep Me An Ocean"
and "Love is Many Things'.
The 'playwright (now represented
on Broadway) who is off'ly embar embarrassed.
rassed. embarrassed. His pal left him for a girl!
. .Bob Goldworm, who hoped to
marry Janis Paige (she eloped
, with another lbcinz consoled by
Daiieuna mary tiien Terry. .ine
top Broadway producer who is back
at his psychiatrist's. His stase
j manager and Girl Friday quit him

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make heroes, Inside the canes, of
the youthful bashers. Sample con conversation
versation conversation from a Big Man: "Sy,
mytes, did you cop the front page
of the Bladder yesterday. My oath,
I didn't arf put the boots to that
bloke; 'is fyce looked like a bloody
pudding."
Too much dignity is given the
little or generally large bums
by the publicity they receive. I
have suggested that no more pic pictures
tures pictures of thej victims be shown
but only photos of the aggressors,
first while they are tasting the
whip, and, secondly, full page,
front page, of one of the charming
children with his knob scraped
clean as an egg.-i ; 1, ;
. The thing that completely baffles
me about the juvenile ruffianism
in Sydney is the complete lack of
justification of it. Australia is the
most spores-conscious country in
the world. It is at peak employ employment
ment employment and prosperity, Facilities for
sports surfing, cricket, football,
fishing, boating are no more than
a long walk or short tram ride
away from any portion of what is
one of the cleanest and most-beautiful
cities in the world. There are
no slums, as we know slums, as
London knows slums.
But every day, every day, more
stories of outrage, until the good
people of this country are seriously
considering a return to the dread
ed lash, of foul memory, which
was used brutally against the ori
ginal settlers of the country. Makes
New Yonc
and he wants to know whv. ... .Ear-
tha Kitt. who says she missed get
ting a large bauble from an Ara Arabian
bian Arabian prince because she got her
picture in the London papers wear wearing
ing wearing slax. The sheik thawt it was
soooo un-chic. ..Duke Elvire De
Bousquet, who allegedly blew his
fortune (close to a million) gam gambling
bling gambling at Monte? Carlo. He is now
the maitre d' at Bucks County Play-
nouse inn.
The top models beau-fiend (mar
ried) who dropped dead the other
day with a receipt in his pocket
for her 56,000 mink. She was hys
terical all week calling cops and
begging them to keep the news
from his wife. .The network head head-liner,
liner, head-liner, whose prestige dived, who
is drowning in booze, too. The trag tragedy
edy tragedy of the woman in his life, who
is ditto. She never drank a drop
until she met him. .The backstage
stickup of $7,000 at "Plain & Fan Fancy,"
cy," Fancy," The salaries of the troupe.
It wouldn't have been staged by
gentlemen-friends of some of the
chorines, would it? .. .The predic predicament
ament predicament of the Latin Quarter stage
manager, Ernie D'Amato. He's al allergic
lergic allergic to fedders, which is scads
better than a stuffed schnozz. .
The famed racket monarch, who
is burned up at Perry Como for
not saying "howdy" as they passed
on the street. (Perry, you lil ol'
snob!)
The song star's pals, who can't
figger out why she took back the
guy. who dumped her to "recon "reconcile
cile "reconcile with his wife, who tossed him
back at her. .Dorian Leigh's sis sister
ter sister Susie Parker, who has lost her
heart to young Brazilian Tony Vei Vei-ga,
ga, Vei-ga, Jr. . .Jerome Weidman, a
big writing talent, who is trying
the Impossible. He wrote a 200 page
original film treatment in which
he cleans up Judas Iscariot! Weid Weid-man's
man's Weid-man's thesis: Judas did it all for
the love of a dame. .The reason
for a certain elopement. Both par parties
ties parties are involved in a messy divorce
case. Both are to be named. .
Now, as his wife, she cannot be
frccJ 'to -testify against Wm.-r.
Margaret Truman reportedly moan
ing about her commercials: "Must
(Continued on Fage 4

i r

WASHINGTON To understand
how John Foster Dulles can be
the author of "How to make ene enemies
mies enemies and alienate Allies," as now
generally conceded, you have to
understand how he works and some
of the men around him.
The man immediately around him
who has had more to do with the
recent Dulles boo-boos than anyone
else is Carl McCardle. assistant
secretary of state in charge of

p 7. if I However, it's the job of a good
McCardle IS a St. BprnarHtnrst.rolamn .ffioi. in

type of individual with the likeablehis- chief from making apple-cart-

quautics of that dog plus its ability!
w KnocK over lur ruture and muddy
up the front carpet. He operates
on the general policy of "give a
little here," then "give a little
there" in an effort to keep every
newspaper happy. The result: No Nobody
body Nobody is happy. -
Thus when McCardle slipped the
New York Times one of the" great
scoops in recent State Department
history, the full text of the Yalta
conference papers, he later felt
he had to do a favor for Life maga magazine
zine magazine by giving an exclusive inter interview
view interview to Jim Shepiey, its Washing Washington
ton Washington bureau chief.
Result: While the Yalta papers
made, a lot of people sore except
The New York Timcs-the Life
magazine article has made every everyone
one everyone raging mad except Life mag magazine.
azine. magazine. FATHER AND SON
McCardle met Foster Dulles
when he was working for the Phil-
aaeipnia Bulletin, and Foster was
making a world tour during the
Truman administration. On these
1 o n g, sometimes lonesome hops
from Singapore to Bandung, Cal Calcutta
cutta Calcutta to Cairo there developed a
sort of f ather-and-son relationship
oetween the two men. Dulles re relations
lations relations with his own children have
not been too happy; so when he
became secretary of state Carl Mc
Cardie was wrapped close to the
Dulles bosom as adviser on press
and public relations.
Sole responsibility for the Dulles
boo-boos should not be placed at
the doorstep of Carl McCardle,
however. There are at least two
other important factors:
No. 1 Is the Dulles habit of oner
ating his office out of his own hat.
No. 2 is John Foster Dulles, him
self, plus his overindulged aptitude
for making boo-boos, even before
he got into the State Department.
That record Is too long to detail
here. But when a man supposedly
skilled irt foreign affars, whose
grandfather was secretary of state
and whose uncle was secretary of
state, can predict no war with the
Nazis at a time when Hitler was
already engulfing part of Europe,
then you can't, really expect much
long-range planning on other sub subjects.
jects. subjects. HITLER J$"NOROBLiWi
V'V-',-., i'i :. ::hvv
This particular Dulles, statement
was made in March 1939 after
Hitler had already swallowed Aus Austria
tria Austria and Czechoslovakia and ob
viously had bis eyes on the rest of
Europe.
"There Is no reason to believe
that any totalitarian states, separ separately
ately separately or collectively, would attempt
to attack the United States or
could do. so successfully," ., said
Dulles. "Only hysteria entertains
the idea that Germany, Italy or
Japan contemplates war upon us."
A auick look at John Foster's
public utterances shows that he
wandered all over the lot on var
ious questions long before Carl Mc
Cardie came into his life. There
was another article in Life Maga
zine, for instance, June 3, 1946
in which Dulles described the
Russians: "In some matters the
Soviet system is tolerant. .men
have considerable freedom to dis-
aeree and areue.
And there have been a wnoie
slew of conflicting statements
about Korea and Indochina.
"President Truman s decision
that the U.S. should go to the
defense nf the Korean Republic
was courageous, righteous and in
the national, interest, a am
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3 Preceding day
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marshal
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, 40 Light color
41 Damage
42 Gay time
45 Saluting
4i Intersections
51 Organ ot
hearing
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Dulles, again writing in Life June
12, 1952.
But one month later he wrote
into the Republican national plat platform
form platform an accusation that Truman
"plunged us into war in Korea
without the consent of our citizens."
So Carl McCardle cant be
blamed for the Dulles avidity for
statement-making on every sub
ject ana on u sides of every
subject.
upsetting statements. This is also
the job of other executives around
hira.
,. OUT OF DULLES' HAT
And here enters tbe other char
acteristic in Foster's life which,
makes him one of the most mercur mercurial
ial mercurial secretaries of state we have
ever had.
Dulles operates his office out of
his own hat. Wherever his brief
case is, that's his office. And there'
I the policy of the Slate Department
and the U.S. government is fre
quently'.., made,
It makes no matter how many
highly paid experts the State De Department
partment Department has to advise on India,
ronugai, indocmna they are usu-.
ally not called in. When Dulles
issued his now famed boo-boo on
Portuguese Goa which so offended
the Indians, not one expert regard regarding
ing regarding the area involved knew he was
going to make it. v- s
Past secretaries of state met
almost every day with their top
experts. They had a team. It not
only reviewed the current prob problems
lems problems of the w o r 1 d, but planned
ahead, Weeks and weeks of study
was given tp policy, t t
For the past three years that
system has virtually gone up ia
smoke. One reason is the tempera temperamental
mental temperamental Dulles tendency to shoot
statements from the hip without
consulting advisers. Another is the
fact that he is seldom in .Wash .Washington.
ington. .Washington. The public has been given : the
impression that John Foster Dulles
is a great secretary -of. state be-
cause he is constantly bustling off
to this part of the world or that.
However,- activity is not neces necessarily
sarily necessarily the hallmark of statesman statesmanship,
ship, statesmanship, and the business executive
who spends his time .on the road -as
a traveling salesman eventually
finds his business at home going
t not. So he hires traveling sales-
men and stays ai nome to oo me
planning.
Dulles'' might well use his own
traveling salesmen the long list
of reasonably -able ambassadors
we have stationed an over me
world. As one of his law partners
once, saia, aner vu"ts ll ll-Sullivan
Sullivan ll-Sullivan and Cromwell to come to
the State Department:
"Why doesn't Foster sit down for
a mnmpnt and iust think?"
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. huRGEANT R. B. PHILLIPS, (with pointer) 536th Firefighters Detachment, Fort Clayton, ex explains
plains explains the three components of a fire to (I. to r ) 1st Lt, Robert J. Ellis, commanding officer
of the firefighters; Col Peter S. Peca, commanding officer, Fort Clayton, and CoL Richard F.
Ebbs, USARCARIB Fire Marshal, Sgt. Phillips is ah instructor at the "House of Hazards."
The recently opened "House" Illustrates graphically all the common fire hazards and displays
ordinary precautions against and means of combatting fire, personnel of Fort Clayton have
been the first students, with all USARCARIB servicemen slated to attend future classes.
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ON HER WAT around the world, and Panama' bound, is -the Cunard cruise liner Caronia. which
is carrying 435 passengers on a winter trip through many latitudes and climates.

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Cunard Liner Caronia Corning
Here May 2 On World Cruise

WASHINGTON, Jan. 28 (UP)-The
Armv announced vesterHav that

The famous 34,000-ton Cunard I Her Mai esty Queen Elizabeth II National Guardsmen henceforth

cruise liner Caronia arrives here; when she was Princess Eliza- W1." De subject to regular federal

oeth, joining the Cunard fleet1 muuary mscipune wnne on active
in January 1949. (duty under the reserve program.
Designed to fulfill the dual!. Members of tne National Guard
purpose of North Atlantic liner heretofore have been under state
and ruise ship the Caronia has!contr?lve7 hlle akin? their six
been successful in both roles, months trainin? with the Army.
Already she has made from New T?e Army s decision followed re re-York
York re-York two world cruises, besides! Prts hat it has had disciplinary

Guardsmen To Be
Subjects To Regular

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May 2 with 435 passengers on a

108-day world cruise,

The Caronia left New York
last Friday on this 33,000 mile
cruise, to 23". ports in 18 coiin-

Points' of call on the globe

. encircling voyage include Port

of Spain, Bahia, Rio de Janeiro,
Tristan da Cunha, Capetown,
Durban, Zanzibar, the Seychel Seychelles
les Seychelles Islands, Bombay, Colombo
and Singapore.
Other colorful places featur featured
ed featured in the itinerary are Bang Bangkok,
kok, Bangkok, Bali, Manila, Hong Kong,
Okinawa, Kobe, Yokohama, Ho

nolulu, Long Beach and Acapui-
Then she heads for the Pan Panama
ama Panama Canal and sails from Cris Cristobal,
tobal, Cristobal, for New .York, where she
Is due on May 7th.

Hitrh spots in this great cruise!

flr? tne uaronia s 14 aays m a a-Jrican
Jrican a-Jrican ports and a week in Ja Japan,
pan, Japan, while a full program of
shore; excursions has been or organized
ganized organized at each port of call.
Passengers thus have an oppor opportunity
tunity opportunity tff gee not only local
eights but also the scenic won wonder
der wonder of the country," I
The Caronia is the largest
British passenger line built since
the war. She was launched by

a number of others of shortex
duration to Europe.
The Caronia has an overall
length of 715 feet, a breadth of

91 'feet and a gross tonnage of

34.183. She has ten decks and
thirteen air-conditioned public

rooms. "

When on North Atlantic serv

ice she carries over 900 passen

gers in two classes first class

and cabin but when she is en engaged
gaged engaged on cruising this number
is restricted to 550.
One of the most notable pub public
lic public rooms is the theatre, which
seats nearly 300 passengers at

each show and extends In height
through two decks.
To take passengers ashore In
comfort when she lies at anchor
off some cruise 'ports the Caro Caronia
nia Caronia is equipped with six 45-foot
fast motor launches. ,; i
Local agents for.The Cunard
Steam-Ship' Company Ltd. arei

The Paific Steam, Navigation (jnusite for guardsmen seeking to

Company of Cristobal

trouble with guardsmen training

side-by-side with Army reserve
forces. v.
Under today's decision, guards guardsmen
men guardsmen guilty of offenses can ho

court martialed just like any other
soldier. ;
Under a law passed by Congress
last year, a member of the Nation National
al National Guard can satisfy his federal
military obligations by taking six
months training on active duty and

oy subsequently serving for VA

years in a reserve unit.
But the law specifies that i
guardsman in training remains un

der state control outside the juris-

uicuun vi xeaerai military justice

unless ne is placed on federal stat

us with the consent of both himself

and his state governor.
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An Army nokesman naid that.

starting in February the Army
will make that consent a prere-

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iuaiiv experts would hirf nnp

spade with the South hand intPaH

of two no-trump on today's hand.
If so, North would probably wind
up playing the hand at three no-

trump, itus would be rather un unlucky
lucky unlucky for declarer, for East would
probably open hearts and thus give
declarer a great deal of trouble.
As the hand was actually played,
West was the opening leader and
could not guess that a heart open opening
ing opening lead would be best for his
side. West wondered whether to
lead a spade or a club, and final finally
ly finally chose the club because it was

the longer suit.

It wasn't hard for South to see

that the contract might well de
pend on getting the most out of

his spades. How should this kind
of suit be played to best advan advantage?
tage? advantage? If each defender has three
spades, it makes no difference

how the suit is tackled. South can
knock out the ace and establish

his last small spade by force.
If the spades are divided four

two, however, South's best chance

is to lead through the ace in the

nope that a doubleton ace will
capture only small cards.

With this object in mind, declar

er won the first trick in dummy

witn the Ring of clubs and led a

low spade toward his hand. East
played low, and South won with

the king of spades.

Declarer next got back to dum dummy
my dummy with the ace of diamonds and
led another low spade towards his
hand. This time East was obliged
to play the ace, capturing only
small cards from the North and
South hands. South was thus able
to make three spade tricks, as assuring
suring assuring his game contract.
If South had led the first spade
from his own hand, he would have
been obliged to play dummy's
queen in order to force out the
ace. He would then be able to

win only two spade- tricks, and

this would cost him his game con

tract.

The correct procedure with all

such holdings is to lead towards

the hand that has two honors. If

you are allowed to win the first
trick with one of the honors, re reenter
enter reenter the other hand and lead o-

wards the remaining honor. This

puts you in the best position to

take advantage of a doubleton ace

WASHINGTON. Jan. 28 (UP)

Dr. Jonas E. Salk, developer of
the anti-polio vaccine, was given I

a special gold medal yesterday and
a tribute from President Eisenhow-I
er for his "great achievement,"'!
' Salk was handed the rarely-1
awarded medal at a full-dress cer-j
emony. at the Department of i
Health, Education and Welfare.!
His father, Daniel Salk of Brook Brooklyn,,
lyn,, Brooklyn,, N.Y.. was a surprise guest.
Mr. Eisenhower sent the famed
Pittsburgh, Pa., scientist a letter j
which was read by Health Secre-.
tary Marion B. Folsom.
"Through dedicated and selfless

effort, in the best traditions of
medical research," the letter said,
'you have brought new hope to
mankind in the continuing battle
against a dread disease..,'
The President said the entire
nation '-"joins', me in lasting grati gratitude
tude gratitude and appreciation..."
Salk said he felt "the greatest

reward for doing is the opportuni opportunity
ty opportunity to do more."

In addition to the medal, Salk

was eiven the original congres

sional bill authorizing it and the

pen with which Mr. Eisenhower

signed it.
The President originally pro

posed the medal, the. third in U.

S. history awarded for a victory

against disease. It was made by

the U.S. Mint under an act of

Congress last year.

One side bears a likeness ot

Salk. On the other is a base relief

of a woman shielding her children

against disease. An inscription

pays tribute to Salk'g "great

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PFC. STANLEY DIAMOND (left) receives the oath as a Reserve Officer In the Adjutant General
Corp from Col. W. N. Hornish (right), Adjutant General, USARCARIB, at Ft. Amador this week.
Looking on is Col. L. C. Pittman, headquarters commandant in whose office the presentation
took place. Diamond, who was promoted to Private First Class the same day, received hia r r-serve
serve r-serve commission through an Army regulation which allows enlisted personnel with one year ;
active duty and a college degree, the opportunity of applying for commissions in the U.S. Army
Reserve.
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take the .army training course.

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Missing Air Force

Plane Sought By AF
Searchers In Texas
NORTON ATR FORCE BASE,
Calif.. Jan. 28 (UP) -Air Force

planes took off in the wake of a
severe rainstorm today to resume
their search for an Air Force B-

25 attack bomber missing witn
fnnr men a hoard.

Air Force officers fcelieve the

plane crashed in tne mountains
north of here Thursday on a flight
to this base from Goodfellow Air
Force Base, San Angelo, Tex, Two
ranchers reported hearing explos explosions
ions explosions in El Cajon. Pass Thursday
night. ;
Bad, weather, following southern
California's biggest rainstorm in 20
voara tnrpfA searehers to nnstoohe

huntinff for the missine Diane yes

terday. The bomber entered this

area in the miist ot me severe
storm. :
r.nnrffollnur AFR tdpntified those

aboard the plane as Capt. Bill F.
Shotwell, the pilot; 2nd Lt. Alvin
P Sloarns -, th en-nilnt'. Airman

Andrew Doman, and Airman Har

old L. Hill.

achievement", in developing the

vaccine. -. ".. ;
Sponsorships Being
Received For 1956
Carib Girls Slate
Sponsorships, are now being re received
ceived received for the 1956 session of Carib Caribbean
bean Caribbean Girls State, which will be held
from March 22 through 29 by the
American Legion Auxiliary.,
A sponsorship for one girl costs
$20 but contributions of any a a-mount
mount a-mount are acceptable and will be
used to offset the cost of operat operating
ing operating expenses. Civic-minded organiz organizations
ations organizations and individuals desiring to

participate should make their con contributions
tributions contributions or sponsorships payable
to Caribbean Girls State and mail
them to the treasurer, Bertha B.
Brown, Box. 2846, Cristobal, C. Z.
The following sponsorships have
already been received: Fern Leaf
fhanter No '4. Order of the East

ern Star; Smooth y Paredes, S.A.;
Dept. of the Amercan Legion
Auxiliary; M. BUgray; American
Federation of Government Employ

es; Canal Zone Police Association,
rristnhal branch: International As

sociation of Fire Fighters; Quarry

Heights Women's uud; n i a o
Women's Club; Catholic Daughters
of America No. 447; Officers Wiv Wives
es Wives Club, Albrook AFB; M. A. Pow Powell,
ell, Powell, S. A.; Coral Chapter No. 3,
Order of the Eastern Star; Balboa

Emblem Club No. 49; Panama Can-i
al Yacht Club; Gamboa Civic!

Council; Inter-American Women s
Club; American Legion, Elbert S.
WaM Post No. 2: Beta Chapter,

3464; and Gamboa Women's Club, i

A benefit Dan win De neia wi
Caribbean Girls State and Cross Crossroads
roads Crossroads Boys State at the Brazos
Heichts Elks Home on Feb. 25.

Tickets are $1 per person. John
O'Connell is chairman and may be
contacted for further information.
Doctor Is Sentenced

For Torture Killing

MONTREAL, Jan. 28 (UP) -Vladimir
Nekrassoft, a Russian
immigrant doctor, today was sen.
tenced to be hanged May 4 for
the torture slaying of a 10-month
old girl.
a iurv found the 33-vear-o I d i

doctor guilty of murdering Susan

ximn. ine jury iciumiucimw
clemency but-Judge Wilfred La La-zure
zure La-zure pointed out that the law de

mands tne aeam penany. t
Ttia trial lasted four davs dur

ino whirh his common-law wife.

(M .

Honor Rogers, testified to the brut brutal
al brutal treatment Nekrassoff gave the

oh ri

sho told the court that when he

became enraged at the child, he

ctamnrrl nn her. heat snn Duncnetl

her and also burned her with a
hot fork.

Solon Sees Caudle
Case Boorneranging
On Republicans

WASHINGTON. 'Jan. 28 (UP -Rep.
Frank Chelf (D-Ky.) predict predicted
ed predicted today that the indictment of T.
Lamar Caudle, former assistant at at-tormey
tormey at-tormey general, will "boomerang
on the Republican party because
it is strictly political." i
Chelf was chairman of a House'
Judiciary subcommittee which ini
1952 investigated the Justice De-!
partment's handling of the taxi
scandals under the Truman ad-!
ministration.
Caudle and Matt Connelly, a'
former Truman White House aide,!
recently were indicted in St. Louis!

in a tax fraud conspiracy case.
"A Democratic and Republican
investigation of Caudle in 1952 and
again in 1953 found nothing about
which to indict Caudle," Cheli said
in a statement in the Congression Congressional
al Congressional Record.

LA MODA AMERICANA
Watch for the GRAND
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on

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LA MODA AMERICANA
Starting MONDAY 30th
.17-18 Central Ave. (102) Panami

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HE'LL BE A GOOD SPORT Marquis Grimaldi, left, pretender
to the throne of Monaco, says he may send "the usurper," Prince
Rainier III, his congratulations whrn the prince marries Grace
Kelly. Grimaldi, shown above in the tavern he owns in Ightham,
England, says his grandfather spent most of the family fortune
establishing the line of descent, which he says has been recognized
hv F.nplnnH'K Pnllfrn rt A PM Dm tu Mmt.io ...KnB

jconauctins. the m tial 1D55 conference leadershin pla. for Poeifi,. w TiSARHARTn -r' T ? .

tiiovps T.nno,.,iii iiwi n rt, t-i ) r (i I. -i t-' ts!a i- '1 -- -' y ."IT 1, 1 . wouia iKe too mucn money to press tne

(left) and Talbott are from Engineer Section. .r v"v" I twn Kav Vn ITTJZT aT",!7nierwiMU8e'r

re : : 1 "Ji f 1 iv-11-1- e iaiLOi, are receive commendations n'om
their immediate supervisors, Capt. Berny. F. LongwlU and Capt. Lee A. Ferrell, for successfully
.xonductmj.lhe mitiaU255. conference Ifadership cla. for Psrific, side USARCARIB key em-

J!sok

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at JMottag in
Sport Dressy Dresses
from $14.50

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MY FRIENDS'

There will be an fnterruption of electric current
on Sunday, January 29 between the hours of 6
a.m. and 12 noon in the following sections;
Chanis Urbanization in Old Panama.
Compania Panamena de Fuerza y Luz (i
constantly working to improve your servic.
So that you are not greatly ;nconvenienced,
necessary interrrptions will b held to a minimum.

YOUR FRIEND,

y j COAIPAfllA PAflAf.lEflA DE FUERZA Y .LIE

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' Labor Secretary, Congressmen
; In Angry Row On Legislation
WASHINGTON, Jan. 28 (UP) ed by labor leaders including of of-Labor
Labor of-Labor Secretary James P. Miteh-ficials of the AKL-CIO.
ell ?ot into an anpry row with; The administration bill would re re-Chairman
Chairman re-Chairman Graham Barden of the quire registration and periodic re re-,
, re-, Iiouse Labor Committee today by, ports from all benefit plans estab estab-accusing
accusing estab-accusing Barden of blocking ad-;lished by employers, unions or
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minisiraiiuii lauur uit-nauica. 'uoui. viuiuiiuus wuuiu uc jiuuuu
. Eardon. a North Carolina Deni- able as misdemeanors.

THS f AN. IMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAIIT NEWSr.UTrt

mkipiiA n M Mitchnll fhftt I ttnMIln 4tm ran i u t r nf i An mil punnrt.

nill.ipCl W Jill. tTII.VIIVll UaiJUiV HIV ILgiaUHVlVII lpil
. didn't come ud here to be dictat-sin? nhases. in constipation with

ed to by him or any other admin-! the secretary of health, education'
istrator!" land welfare! The labor secretary
The exchange came as the ad-, would have power to require pub pub-"
" pub-" ministration sent Congress a prom-; licalion of any information be con-'
Ssed bill to curb misuse of employe ; sidered necessary in the public jn-j
welfare funds. Uerest.
Introduced in the Senate, it 1

would require "full disclosure"
of financial operations of such iVVolGf VvMChell
funds.
Mitchell touched off the ex- (Continued from Pase Z
-change with Barden by telling a .
I iiews conference he was unable I listen to this tripe?

" Cren 10 gel Healings uciujc jmi-i wivuj r . j

iS-ns committee last year on anyveruun iuic m we umvy
v.: iiis involving the welfare of: of "Damn Yankees." She was rc-
i I ipcted for the lesser role of Gloria

"""He said he Is "pessimistic" a-in the Broadway hit. .A recent
bout prospects for congressional flop show pair of producers, who
fiction Uiis year on administratio-' won the undying hate of all the
i.u.. rhnrim thev made, weeo during

VII lauvl iiicaauita. I t 1 n i i
-I hav. no-s reason to believe I the hectic run. .Lord Portchestcr,

there has been any change in at- who is unhappy, because he cabled
' :....i. : i f ih nhoirm-in 14ov Maipstu about his wedding.

.. uA tiAnrn i oknr Pnm m ittpp i nnH didn't eet a reDlv. Indicating

. JUtchell said. -the royal clan are not glad about

- Barden added Mitchell would do another merger out oi ine cast. .
"kMic, tn rarrv mit the laws pas- Victor Mature threatened in London

(siid bv Congress and not try to I by hood friends of a jealous movie

1 Ml VI1MIII1 i I UI1I1)1I,.1 YTLii.

signed to Vic for protection. .Carl
Foreman, top Hollywood screen
oat a renewal of his

passport, desite the fact that he
r l. ..Ill llnnlo

reiusea to co-opeiaic wu
Cam m9int former comrades. He

is an acknowledged former commy

. .The many stars on leieiuuua
who spoil their "contributions to
charity" by constantly plugging
their sponsors, films, records, etc.
. .Shuddering thawt: There are
exactly 26 scandal mags now on
iho ctanHa Thp reason Betty

Grable and Harry James didn't

play a since ciosea ievaaa swim,
hotel. The $10,000 advance check
bounced. .Shirley Potash of Time

and Cliff Daniels oi me Aimes

mfilrincr rnmnntic time lOZClner. .

Truman's ugly and vicious attacks

on B. Baruch. . Simple &imon
versus Solomon.

foil fnncrpM what to do,

Mitchell fired back with a state state-tiionk
tiionk state-tiionk saying he was, "glad to be
fi)!e to report to Congressman
' Bardrn that labor standards laws
"have been more vigorously en en-'
' en-' fiu'cud by this administration than
ever before."
SliUbell listed what he consid considers
ers considers the administration'! most im important
portant important labor measures this ses-
e'
He included extending coverage
oi t ..i minimum Wage Law, grants
i to states for industrial safety or or-'ganizations
'ganizations or-'ganizations and Improvements in
workmen's compensation for long longshore
shore longshore and harbor workers.
lie also urged tightened over overtime
time overtime provisions for workers on fed federal
eral federal construction projects.
"The "full disclosure" idea for
fmolove health, welfare and pen pension
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Phon ttaiboa 1727
, WilUam H. Beeby, Putar
Kunda; ocnuci ........... a.DO .m
Morning Worship V:4& m
Bmpuju lrauiui Ualon .... 0.20 o.m
tvangelixuc bcrvic 140 u
p cay at Meetina DVcdcMM
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W M S Bibl Study Tian- :
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lian a lirotbwrhood lU
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URST BAPTIST CHI Bt'H
Margarita Aiuit at 6th biiaet
. Margarita, Cunal 7-one
Bey. i. M. Haultitvak, Pallor
Innrf.. Si'hnnl .............. I t! in
IHnriiini WorshiD ll;00am.
Baptint Training Union...... "6.30 p.m.
tvonlng Worship ........... P m.
Brothtihood, Tuesday ...... v0"o,n
Pravtr Services, Wednesday 7.00 pm.
W.M.U., lat & 3rd Friday
C.A., K.A.. Aj Sunbeam.
Triday 130 pm
Salvstscn trniy
(XooOenoinln))nntl tvtngeliitt
THE PACU1C SIOB
fANAMA CITV
Benir Captaia an Mr. H McDonald
lt febrtury Street, Phon: M-2005
11:00 Jio!lne Meeting.
J:0O btnday School.
7.30 Salvation Meeting.
LA BOCA C Z.
l.ieutenanl Pansy Campbell
Building No. 1080, Phon: 2-2S5f :
11:00 i:jiines Meeting.
J:00 F-unday School.
7 :30 Solvation Meeung.
PARAiHO C.Z.
F.nvey e Mr. C. t. Meteley
Ouiar Saeet.
11:00 H iloieas Meeting.
g:00 Mt i.day School.
7:30 Salvation Meeting.
.HIS ATLANTIC 8IDS
t'OI.ON HtriNTRAI,
Senior ( npt, and. Mr. C. Moonsawaiy.
th Street. Phone: gg.74St
11:00 Hi nines, Mee"ng. ..
1:00 Sunday School.
1M fctivauon ly.'eeiing. t ,.f
COLON 'IHlBly SlRt.il' ;
Major F.dru Bingham
11:00 irolines Meeting.
3:00 Sunday School.
. 7'30 iiivation Meaung.
HAIXBOW CtTY, CZ.
fnvay t. GilL
St. Kitts and Jamaica Street
.11:00 limine Meeting.
3:00 Pt.nday School.
? 7:30 Solvation Meeting." ',
Unici Churches
fhet all Protestsoi cooperate with
arnty la aasenlial, liberly la noa.
aasenllale and rh-(y In ill talan
tATUN ATLANTIC SIDE
Re. Riy Blkely," Putar
. Phon 5-335
8:45 Church School
11:00 Worship Service.
8:45 p.m. Sr.' Youth Fellowship.
: V-m- Jr. Youth Fellowship.
MARGARITA
Th Rev. Paul ft. Olander, PsjIot.-.
r uufie 9-iia.
8:30 B'bl School.
10:45 Worship aarvic and ChureA-Uroi
80 Youtn rUowhiai
the pacific side
Valboa ..
Tho ktv. Oscr W. Otsen. Pastot
Palbo Rd. at San Pablo St
aP,n0?.t -"srChurcli Offset 1-32JX
t.30 Church School Pre bus acrvict
100 Worship Service The txpnded
. Snssion tor Nursery, KinderaarUa.
Primary and Junior Dept.
-h"rch-tim Nursery for ch.'ldrtri
S:W Junior-High fellowship.
8:09 Post-Hidh Fellowship.
7:00 Smor-High rllowhip.
CAUBOA ''
Dr. WalKer M. AlrleHnn Mini..
fhon -'0-Riiidenc Phone
8:30 a.m. Church School
10:40 a.m. Mornin Worship Service
Ua JJ4
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i iHS Mrrrtoutsi cuuKCb
(Britl'b Conference i
Rev. William H. Armstrong
... Mill St.. Panama City
100 a.m. Mornin Prave, end Sermon
1:00 p.m. Sundny School
rdlNirt MMHODIS'J tHLKLH
7th Street and Melrri Avenue
' Co!6rf. RP
Rr. Samuel Walden, Minister
. a m.aornln Sarvlce end Holy

Sp m Sunday School. '
7:15 o.m. tvenmp Serelc.
IHoly CommtuiiGD 1st Sunday)
Monday. 7:30 o.m Prayer keeling,
KBKMtKK MUHnDlbl CHURCH
Rainbow City CZ
Re Saimiel Walden, Minutes
Sunitaj, r.rvue a am nu om
.Wiav Sc-Jjool fur i) me at 9 .2. cub.
"Tiui lrviiatii.n In hiini.ii."
Tuesday 7 o m.. Prvi Veeun

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4ll't VrRAni 4'P tS
Sunday U:0O m. M"cuesdy 1.00 p m
Catbiic
wtt u IITV'l l'MI!RI'H-.H:linOB
Sunday Masses: 7:00. 1 00. 1000 nl
l2Ho''yijly Ma: J 55. 100. 11 n
A t Ttil n m
Confessions: Saturday, 3:50 to J 0t
t.a i m to l:(N i n. Thurtaay, Oeiort
I'iiM Friday; 7 M to 8 00 p.m..
Miraculous Medal Noven: 7.00 p.m
""calechiajn el' 'tf S:00 mam
on Sunday.
r'igh School Study CluP 0:30 p-m on
Wednesday.
SACRED HEART Aacoa
Sunday Ms: 5:, 7 JO ;3ft a.ni
Holy Day mass: at nJ l.uv
P confessions: Saturday S:30 la 00 nd
7-li to B:O0 p.m. Thursday Mfor lrl
Friday 7:00 p m.
Sacred Heart Devotion: 7:00 p m on
'catechism Claw: 1:11 to : p.m. on
Thursday 1 : '
OL'R LADV Or f ATlMA-CarondB
Sunday Mass at g.00 am.
Holy Day Maw at g:30 p.m.V.
Confession: 8.00 to :i pm on Sat
urday.
Catechism Clas:
a.m.
Saturday 1 JO to 10
ST. JOSEPH Paralto
Sunday Masse at 7:00 and 4:15 a.a.
Holy Day Mas at :00 p ro.
Weekday Masses: ..;00 a m.
Confessions: Sturdy 1 30 to 4 M nd
g.30 to 7 30.
'"Miraculou Modal Novni 1.00 p m
on Friday. ...... iM
Convert inwrucuonai uui.uj .w
pro.
ST. VINCENT'S Panama City
Sunday Masses: :0O and 8:30 a.m.
Holy Day Mass: 8:30 and 5:00 p.m.
Mt It falls on Saturday th Mass r
( 0(1 and 8:30 a m i
Confessions: Saturday 100 to 00 and
7 00 to 8 00 p.m. Thursdays before Flrsl
Friday 7:30 p.m
Miraculous ivieoai wo
Uons of th Cross: Friday :uu P-m-
Catechism Uls: ii i.
Sunday. . ...
convert wiaaai v m. u
Tbursday.
ST. THERFSA'S Caeoll
Sunday Ma: 8:30 a.m. ,..
Holy Day Mass; g:00 aJM. (It It tails
on Saturday-: a.m.,
circnism tiassi w .v k
Monuay. . A m..mAmm
Confession: :uu io a ov m-m.
IT. JOHN BAPTIST DE LA SAIXt
rarque i.eieyra
S inrtaj Masses: :30 nd t it am.
..ir n Mm: :30 Hon.. Tluir.
i i c. tviHav mass: 8:00 a.m.
u'i. n Mauaa: 8:00 JH. to 8.00
P f-onfesiloni: S:30 to :30 an 7:00 to
:00 pm. on Saturday
Mlracuiou meoaa ni
P'l1' . .i .4a'hm Am Sundae
(jaiecnism cn. f
Convert Clas: Monday 7:30
ST. THERESE'S U Baea
Sunday Mass: 7:00 .m.
Holy Day Mass: 5:30 p.m.
rnnfMtinnn! Saturday 8:30 to 7:30 p m
Thursday before First Friday 8:30 pm..
raiaphism t: ass: j is d-i- ...
c'.."arf Hurt Novena: 7:00 pm. on
Friday. .. n,,,,.
Convtrt viasa. p.m.
ATLANTIC SIDE
ST. JOSEPH'S Cel6a
Sunday Massei 5:45, :00 nd Ji5 t.m
Holy Day Masse: :45 nd 8 00 am
Confesslbnsi Saturday 4:00 to :00 nd
7 00 to 8:00 pm.
Miraculou Medal Noven t Wednedy
: "d ':0 P:m- ....
Sacred Heart novena: eriuay
Service 7:00 p.m.
Convert Clas: 7:15 p.m. on Mondays
and Thursday. 1
rat-htsm Class: Sunday 10:15 a.m. to
1l.lt urn S no o.m. to 4.00 pm.
vi-.t r-ii.uF.iiniisiUnn of Most Bless
ed Sacrament all day. Rjpoaltion t 5:30
jn. Saturaay mornuig. -First
Saturday Devotion to our Ldy
of Fatima Th Hoiy notary a.uv am,
rir.t rnmmunion Instruction for chil
dren Monday and Thursday 8:00 to
7 .00 p.m. ;.';
MIRACtXOUS MEDAt-Crlstobl
einnrtav Masses: 7:00. 8 00 and 10:30 a m
Holy Day Mass: 4:00. 4:00 a.m. and
5:15 p.m.
Confession: Saturday 4:00 to 5:00 nd
7 00 to 8:00 pm. After Rotary each v-
" Miraculous Medal Noven: 3:15 and
7:00 p m. on Monday.
Catecnism tiasa: mm a.w maw u
Sunday. : .
First Friday Exposition ill day during
the School Year. .. 1
First Saturday: Mas t IM am.
HOLT FAMILY CHUBCH-MrgarlU
Sunday Masses: 7:00 and 8:30 a.m.
Holy Day Masse; 8:00 a.m. and 5:15
p.m.
confessions: :w io :iw ana t:w to
8 00 p.m. Saturday.
Miraculou Medal Novena: 7:oo p.m.
on Monday.
Church autory. urqup every uesatj
at 7:30 p.m.
Teen-Aag uuo: :av p.m. on v. eonea-
day.
Catechism cias: :uq p.m. 'tnursaay.
First Friday Devotions: 7:00 p.m.
Inquiry-Discustion Croup every Fri
day 7:30 p.m.
ST. VINCF.TS Rainbow City
Sunday Masses: 4:30 a.m. nd 1:00
a.m.
Holy Day Masses: 4 00 i.m, hd 4:00
p m.
Confedinns: 4:00 to 4:00 and 7:00 to
4:00 p.m. Saturday.
Catechism Class: to 43 a m. on Sunday
Convert Clasa every Monday at 7:00
p.m.
Aitracuiou nieaai novena: 7:00 p.m
on Tuesday.
Sacred Heart Noven: 7:00 p.m. on
Friday.
IMMACl'LATE CONCF.PTION Gatiin
Sunday Mass: 8:15 a m.
Holy Day Mass: 5:00 p.m.
Confessions: 4 30 to 7:00 pm. on Sat
uraay.
latecmsm Class: 4:w p.m. on Monday
OCR LADV OF GOOD COUNSEL
Gambo
Sunday Manses: 7:00 and 8:30 am.
Holy Day Masses: 4:00 a.m. nd 5:00
pm
Confusions Saturday at 7:00 a m and
alter ail evening devotions.
Baptisms by appointment.
Miraculou Medal Novena: 7:00 n.m
on Tuesday.
Sscred Heart Novena: 7:00 pro on
Friday.
Sunday School: 3:30 pm. on Sunday.
Religious Instruction Class for Chil
dren: 4:00 p.m on Thursday.
Religious Instruction for adults (Con.
aucicu. ja .opa.'iiMiii.TO p.m.ortJJor.
Convert Itistructlonji by appointment.

Episcopal

Tke it Ke
K. Ilcbex Ooodea. k T.D
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Th V'rj Bey. M. Hichard MicDoruild
ANlt.n. 1.4
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1:30 a r t
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8 lb .n.
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u.w aw.
Hul Communion.
.Suu Communion it lb Sun
oay,.
Cnurch School.
Lscuela uonunical.
Morning Prayer and Sermon
Holy Cua.munion. mint Sun Sun-oay
oay Sun-oay
7:00 pm. awning Prayer and Sermon
WtCD.SLSUAYS
8 :30 a n,
3:u0 pir.
8 :00 a n.
8 '30 R.
8:15 m.
Holy Communion.
veiling flayer.
HOLK DAiS
Holy Communion.
Hoiy Communion.
DAILY
Morning Prayer.
Vi W M :
d Missionary Prayer
CHLRLH O Ota SAVlOLK
Third Street. New Cristobal
Th Rev. ilillon A. Cookson. Pastor
SUNDAYS
Holy Communion 7 30 m
Church School ........... JiO a m
Morn.:.g Prayer
and Sermon .11 00 am
itirst Sunda. Holv Communion!
Vesper Service and
Youth tellowship ........ 8 00 ojn
WEDNSSIjAYS
Holy Communion 8:30 am
Choir Rehearsal .......... 7:30 pm
A Hous of Prayer for all people.
COCOLI
Chuicb nf St Andrea
Th Rev. William W. Baldwin
SUNDAYS
Holy Communion.
Family Pravnr and Church School
9:39 a.m. :.'
Morning Prayer and Sermon 11 jn
l H C first Sunday in Mnnchj.
Evening Pnver 7:30 pm.
Weekday Privei 8:00 4B
. cobozal :
tiood Shepherd
Id Kv. clarence tr. Hay
8.00 t-tn fcvary Friaay. Morruoi Pray
W ilt: rrtdaf
CAMROA
81. Simeo't Chuich
The Rev. John Spear. Priest la Charg
SUNDAYS
Mornu r Prayer, 1st and 3rd.
Sunday .
10:30 .m
l-lnlu nmmiminn
and Sar
mon, Znd and 4th Sundays ..10:30 I.m.
Sunday School ........... 8:00 p.m
Youth Fellowship ......... 5:00 pm
Evenint Praver .... ....... 7:00 om
MONDAYS
Girls' Friendly Society ... 4:00 p.m
WEDNESDAYS
Evenine Praver and Sermon 7:00 o.m.
THURSDAYS
Holy Ci.rr.munlon ......... 1:00 lm
Woman Auxiliary, 2nd and
4U Thursday 7 JO pja
LA BOCA
St Peter' Church
Th Rev, John Spear, Pntet in Charg.
Choral Eucharist and Sermon 7:00 a m.
Mornin Prayer and Church School
10:00 a.m.
Childrtn't Eucharist. Ird Sunday 10
in.
Holy Baptism 5:00 p.m.
Evensong nd Sermon 7-Sfl B.m.:
MONDAYS THRU SATURDAYS
Holy Communion ......... 7:00 a.m.
EvcnJn Prayer 7:00 pjn.
except Shfurdays, compline
1st TUESDAYS ft 3rd MONDAYS
. Woman t Auxiliary ....... 7 JO p.m.
MARGARITA
Church of St. Margaret
Corner of Espav Ave.. Brazos Blvd.
The Ht. Milton A. Caoksea. Pastor
SUNDA f3
8:30 a t.-i. Church School
8:30 m Morning Prayer and Sermon
(1st Sundays, Holy Communion!
4:30 ojn. Confirmation Instruction.
. PALO M.tl
Church ot The Holy Comforter
Ven. L. B. Shirley. Archdeacon
Every Monday 8 JO a m. Holy Com.
nuiuoo.
" PARAISO
St. Alban'a Church
Vhi Rey, David A. Osborn,
Priest In Chars
SUNDAYS .
4:00 .m. Holy Communion,
8:00 a.m. Choral Eucharist A Sermon
12:00 nnui Infant Baptism r-, .
3.00 n;n. Church School
(heid In Building 131)
"5:00 p.m. Youth Fellowship
7 :00 i m. Eventong and Addrcs.
TUESDAYS'
7.30 pin. womttis Auxiliary and Al Alia;
ia; Alia; Guild Meeting.
..... I PANAMA ClTt :.
St. Paul' Church
The Vcn. Lemuel B. Shirley. Reetor
The Rev. Fit S. Alwell. Deaeoa
SUNDAVo
8'00 .?l. Sung Eucharist ft sermon
10:45 am Morning Prayer end Church
School
12:00 nocr Holy Baptism
7:00 r..m Solemn Veaner
TUESDAYS :
8:30 m( Holy Communion
WEDNESDAYS
:00 irn Holy Communion
7:00 u.m. Evenln Praver
THURSDAYS AND FRIDAYS
8:30 i m. Holy Communion
HOLY DAYS
4:00 a m. Holy Communion.
CHRIST CHURCH BT.THE-8EA
: Fptoropal ..
Colon. R de P.
(Opposite Hotel Washington)'
Th Ven. Malnert J. Peterson, Rector
Th Rev Henry A. Blak
Astoriate Rector
SUNDAYS
4:00 lm Holy Communion.
4:00 a m Chord Eucharist tnd Sermon
10:30 t m Church School Station.
7:30 o m. Solemn Evensong tnd Ser
mon.
WEDNESDAYS
l-flAim Holv Communion.
7:30 p m Evening Praver and Sermon
8:30 om. aouii connrmauon wiase
. THURSDAYS
8:00 p.m Piaver Guild.
, FRIDAYS ,,
' 1:00 i.m Children' Eucharist
' SATURDAYS
: 10:00 i.m Junior Confirmation Clam.
. 7 JO om. Compline enrl Meditation.
HOLY DAYS
8:00 m. Holy Communion.
, BAINBOV? CITY
Church of St. Mary, the Vlrgta
. Ttit Ven. Malnert J. Peterson.
Priest in Charge
Th Re Joha A. Spaulding. Deaeoa
SUNDAYS
Sung Eucharist 7:30am.
Chur:h School .. i 8:45 a.m.
Evens' and Sermon .... 7:30 p.m
WEDNFSDAYS
Evens? oj and Sermon .... 7:30 n.m
THURSDAYS
Holy Communion. 7 W) a.m.
.... OATl'N
St. George' Church
Tht Ven Mainert J. Petersoa.,
Priest in Charre
The K.v. John A. Spaulding, Deaeoa
1st AND 3rd SUNDAYS
Holv ( emmunion f :30 a.m
2nd ANP 4th SUNDAYS
Mor.rrg P'aver
and Sera on 4:30 am
Church School, each Sun. 10:30 a m
RIO ABAJO
St Christopher's Church
I 8l Prnue fevr
Th' Rev Clarence W. Hayes.
Priest In Charge
lni. 'nmfii'in'fw 1-3,.
. ft-
Sunday Scliool 10:30am
oamimi. e.ir om ie ft 4u a,.
lays :
tfvei'niii rrave, uibii Swat om
t and 3rd Sundty
, Woman ',. Auxiliary 00 a Ith Sunday
' oil c m
Hnlv Cnmmiieinn wednefaan' I 1111

Oihsr Ctarchs
CHLRLH OF THt; NAZAKKNA
Ancoii. C i.
Minister: Rev, fJmer O. NcUoa
8u as. Aneoii, C.i. baiboa Je02
Sunday School 9 4S a m

Alomiii Worship io 30 a m I
louin service 64jpm
Evening i-ervice 7 .30 p.m.
N r.. M.S. service 7:00 m
Praver Meeuiif. Wed. 7 :i(l pm
ATtO.NAL BAPTIST CHLRLU
Pjnnina R P jrd btreet Last
Key. S, N. Brew a. Minuler
SUNDAY:
Divine Worship i t 30 a m
Sunday School 3:00 urn
Sunday Ma&ses ...,7. 7:0 11:43
.il -.wa, a r. sunaav
0 p.a
JI HOVAII S WITNESSES
Meetings Tnurs'layt at 7:30 pm. and
Sundays ft 4:00 pm. Win Memorial
du BlUa Road. Balboa.
CHURCH OF JESIS CHRIST
OF LATTER-OA 8 ALMS (Murmoe)
Sunday meeuna in the JvYB-uSO. U
Boca Road, Balboa. Primary and Priest
hood 8:30 am. Meeting: Sunday School,
t.ii am.: Sacrament Meeting. I0:b0 am
- Atlantic Branch
Building iliio. Schoolhouse Road. -Oatun,
Canal Zone.
ielephone, Gatiin 364 or Crltobai 2897
Sunday school 10. W a.m. Sunday sac sac-emnt
emnt sac-emnt Meeting 4 30 p.m Prieshnod
Meeting 4:30 p.m Vi ednesdav rnnary
1:30 p.m Wednesday Relief society meet
ing aj annotjicea.
ctKtrtUir f nu I ta 1 An I
CHURCH
, Rev Paul Hollow ay. Pastor
Office, Curundu 5105
Home, Curundu 7116
Sunday School 9:45
Morning Worship 11 a.m.
Youth Meeting ........ 6 p.m.
Evening Horsliip
7 p m.
OLU CAIHOLIt CHIKCH
St Raphael I he Arrhaniel
I31h St West No 1
Holy tiirharlst: Sunday a 1:30 am
Tuesday Wednesday end Thursdav
4:30 a.m
Sacrament 01 Unction fHealln bar-
icel First Sundae of each month ti
1:30 o.m
Mount Hallhet. tbrtillar. Churet
Ptnam R P
Rl Rev T jh'ih D D Btahop
- ottiriating
Morning devotin a- ........ t:0u la
Eellowrliic 'VorshiO at ...... 11 W t m.
sunday School at 1 IKi o m
Jivln Service I Jti PJD
BAHA'I CENTER
BAH ACS CLNTtB
54 First Street
Urbanizacl6n El Carmen, Panama City
tMorma, Talk and Discussion
Thursdays... ..... 8 00 pm
talon, 81b ft Front Street
(uostair American Baiaarl
Stud Ciaw,, ,;. .Thursdays. ? JO P-m
BETHEL MISSION CHURCH
Espalaba St.. Paraiso. C Z.
Rev Waldaba H. Stew art, Paster
Sunday: 11:00 i.m. Worship Service.
3:00 p.m. Sunday School.
7:15 p.m. Gospel Service.
Monday: 7:30 Young People' Society
Wednesday: 7:30 Mid-week Christian
Fellowship.
Thursday: s.wi cnoir Kenearsai.
Friday: 7:30 Women's Missionary So
ciety.-
" i. a8altaBf
THE CHURCH OF COD
7038 Eighth Street Colon
Rev. G. W. Grandison, Pastor
Sunday Schol 4:30 i.m.
Morning Worship .; 10:30 a.m.
Nignt service i.w pm.
FIRST CHURCH OF GOD
Cor. Jamaica and Trinidad St.
Rainbow CHv, -Cantl Stona
Rev. G. W. Grandison. Faster
Morning Worship 8:00 i.m.
Sunday School .10:30 I.m.
Mght Service i jv p m.
THE CHURCH OP GOD
New Previdenee
Mrs, Miude Hines, Pastor
Sunday School 10:00 I.m.
Morning Worship ., -11:00 i.m.
Night Service 7:30 p.m.
' THE CHURCH OF GOD
Pimm City
Cor., "N''. and Mariano Arosemem Sis.
Rev. Wm. J, Johnson, Pastor
Sunday School ............... 0:30 a.m.
Morning Worship .... 10:30 a.m.
Night Servic 7:30 p.m.
THE CHURCH OF GOD Ri Abljo
Monte Oscnro Rd. 18th St.
- Rev. Wm. J. Johnson, Pastor
Sunday Schoo ..U... 4:30 .m.
Morning Worship ........... 10:30 .m.
Night Servic ............... 7:30 p.m.
CHURCH OF THF FOURSQUARB"
GOSPtX
(Full Gospel)
BALBOA
At Rebecc Lodge, Bilbo Road at
La Boci Rd. Rev. and Mr. Carl, V.
Thompson Pastor ..
Sundi.v School 9:30 a, m
Morrui.v Worship 11:30 a. m
RAINBOW CITY
Corner Randolph and Klamnuth Sli.
Rev ai.d Mrs. T. J. Tuttle Pastor
Mr. Pul Bryson. Asst. Pastor
Phon 3-2398
Sunda School
9:30 a.
11:00 a.
7:30 p.
7:30 p.
7:30 p.
Morning V'orshir,
Evangelistic Service ...
Tuea. Gosvel service t
Thuro. Spanish Servic
CHURCH OF GOD (Pentecostal)
Rev. B E. : Watson. Overseer
Phone 4-428. Box 253, Gambo
Churches at Paraiso, CZ. (Rev, nrt
Mrt Hermsn'O. Whyte), Colon. R.P
(Rev. Fernando Lorence), Rio Abajo
IRevi end Mr. ChariM Haynes), and
CatlvA (Rev. and Mrs. Clifford Greaves).
Sunday and weekday service at all
church e.
Posts and Bases
PACIFIC SIDE
-: i Protestint ,,V.. :.i.::,.:;.;j.
FORT AMADOR
Sunday School ................. 4:00
Morning Worship 10 00
Church-Time Nursery School...! 10:00
FORT CLAYTON
Sunday School (Building No.
- 1241 ....... ........1... 9:00
Morning Worship 10:15
Wednesday Evening Prayer Meet,
ing and Bible Clas 4 JO
FORT KOBBE
Sunday School (Building No
7111 9:30
Morning Worship .,
Evening Worship ............
10:44
ALBROOK AIR FORCE BASE
Sunday School ..' 9:30
Adult Bible Class (NCO Club).. .9:30
Morning Wors.iip 9:15 ft
10:45
6:30
7:30
9:30
11:00
Youth Fellowship
Eevening Worship
U.S. NAVAL STATION. Rodman
Sunday School
Morning Worship
Holy Communion First Sunday
of MP"thl
15th ND HEADQUARTERS CHAPEL
Holy communion tupiscopau. . T:,ki
Morning Worship 9:00
Holy Communion First Sunday
of Month)
' i.
Catholic
FORT AMADOR
Dally Mass .-.
Sunday Masses .
Confessions, Saturday
Sunday
6:30
9:00
7:30
9:00
. 8 30 ft
.,. .6:30 ft
.8:30 ft
FORT CLAYTON
Daily Mass ..........
Sunday Masses
Confessions, Saaurday
Sunday Mas
6:45
9:00
8:00
10:30
...7:45
..7:30
FORT KOBBE
Saturday Mas .....,.
Sunday Masses .......
Spanish
8:00
...7:00 ft 9:00
8:00
(Building
..;.7:(J Sf J:30
Confessions, Saturday
No. 711)
conozAL
Daily Mass
,

IGNITING a smoke pot to
retreat from the 33d lniantiy

test problem at Empire Range,
ALBROOK AIR FORCE BASS
Daily Mass
Saturday Mass (........;
Sunday Masse ...7. 4a
Spanish
U S. NAVAL STATION, Rodman Rodman-Dally
Dally Rodman-Dally Mass
Sunday Mas
Jewish
8:00
7:00
ll:4i
7:00
4:00
9:30
FORT KOBBE
2:00
Saturday
ALBROOK AIR FORCE BASE
3:30
7:30
Saturday
USO-JWB (Balboa I :
Friday
ATLANTIC SIDE
Protestant
FORT DAVIS
Sunday School
Morning Worship
Midweek Fellowship, Thursday.,
FORT GULICK
Sunday School ...
Morning Worship
Youth Fellowship,
9:45
.............. 11:00
Sunday 4:00
U S. NAVAL STATION. Coco Solo
Sunday School .................
Morning Worship ..............
Holy Communion First Sunday
of Month!
' Catholic
Dally Mast
Sunday Mast
Confessions, Sunday
FORT GULICK
Daily Mass ....................
Sunday Mas
Spanish .
Confession, Saturday ...4:00 ft
U.S. NAVAL STATION, Coco Solo
Daily Mass
Sunday Mass
9:30
11:00
7:30
9:30
8.45
7:00
7:45
8:45
7.00
7:00
9:00
COCO SOLITO
Sunday Mass 7:30
Jewish
FORT GULICK
Tuesday 7:15
Seventh Day
Jventist
Weekly Service in all Church
follow:
SATURDAY:
Sabbath School, 9:30 m, Divine Serv Service,
ice, Service, 11:00 a.m. Youth' Meeting, 4:30 pro
SUNDAY: Bible Lecture. 7:30 p.m.
WEDNESDAY: Bible Study and Pray,
Servic. t JO p.m. .
Pacific Side Panama A Balboa
District Pastor W.H. Waller
(Tel. 24 3-5843)
Calm Verde, Ave. J. F. de la Ota No
77. Panam No. Jamaica Society hall
"S" St, No. S. Chorrillo, 26lh St No. 27.
Pueblo Nuevo. 2-A St between 3rd and
4th St. Rio Abalo. Uth St. No. 27.
Balboa Chapel, 0844 Givilan Rd. Balboa
i Saturday onlv).
Spanish Churches Pinamt ft Cristobal
District Pastor Ruben Ruiz
Panama. Calle Darien No. 1. Crtatdbil
16th St ft Bolivar Ay.
Gamboa ft Frljole
District Pastor A. A. Grizzle
(Tel 4 1021
Gambo, Praitt Parkway. Frttole.
Atlantic Side Colon ft Cristobal
. District. Pastor V G. Newman
. (Tel. 38 828-L)
Colon,- 3rd. St. ft Central Ay. Crlito Crlito-31.
31. Crlito-31. 14til St ft Bolivar Ave.
Jewish
Jewls-i Welfare Board Bid. 792-X Li
Boca Rosil, Balboa, C Z. Ri.bbi Nathan
Witkln D.rector. .
Servic Friday, 7:30 p.m. Saturday 'l
a .ou pm
(See u-i-o listings of Jewish services
ur.c'er Posu, Bases and Stations ).
Congregation Kol Shearlth Israel Ave.
1 nida Chi and 30th Street, Bella Vitta.
I Panama city. Services 8:00 p ro.
Lutheran
REEDEMER LUTHERAN CHURCH
Balboa Road
Rev. W. M Czamanskt, Pastor
Sunday School. Bible class 9:00 am,
Divine Service 10:15 a.m.
Divine Service at Margarita Sunday
2:15 pm. : v
It's- pretty hard to pull a fel fellow's
low's fellow's lea when he has both feet
.on n ie ground.

cover theit withdrawal after be
Regiment s "superior'' U.S. forces,

Aggressors' Give
Lots Of Trouble At

The aggressor Is considered
the most indispensable aid for
training military personnel in
a combat situation..
Constituting the "aggresiors"
who participate1 in all company
; tests at the Sod inrantrv Regi Regi-'fJrment
'fJrment Regi-'fJrment are the members of the
iiueiugence ana rteconnaissance
platoon, along with a squad of
Counterflre platoon personnel,
from Headquarters and Head Headquarters
quarters Headquarters company under the
supervision of Sft. Robert Sim Sim-merson,
merson, Sim-merson, I and R platoon s e r r-geant.
geant. r-geant. Twice weekly since- the begin
nlng of December, then men
who are all expert in jungle
warfare have been "harass "harassing"
ing" "harassing" 33d Infantry personnel in
company test problems originat originating
ing originating at Fort K 0 b b e's Empire
Range.
Because of the small number
of aggressors attempting to in-
nitrate the lines, they have been
tagged "the men with ten lives."
Four squads compose the ag
gressor forces. With' their ereen
uniforms and red caps, each
squad attacks once during the
day and twice during the night
giving a total of 12 such attacks
during various phases of the
company testv v
"At the beginning of the prob problem,
lem, problem, the squads attempt to
break through allied lines three
times during the afternoon.
This is done by moving as
close as possible to positions un under
der under concealment of jungle fo foliage
liage foliage and kunal grass.
i ' '
Periodically they are abetted
by the 33d Infantry air section
"aggressors" who also make sur surprise
prise surprise attacks and harrass' the
troops with simulated bombs and
tear" gas.'
.. .... :.. n. ... -:
Once the aggressors approach
tha "front line." they apply all
known methods of infiltration
in an attempt to enter the al allied
lied allied perimeter. If this is accom accomplished,
plished, accomplished, the company command
post is attacked and "destroy "destroyed."
ed." "destroyed." Th,e"same method of attack 1
utilized during the evening with
the added advantage of dark darkness
ness darkness to cover the approach and
withdrawal. When the time is
opportune, a smoke screen is
also used by the aggressor.
The attacks last till approxi approximately
mately approximately 10 p.m. when the last of
the four squads returns to the
aggressor base camp.
The men then prepare their
"jungle beds" made of water waterproof
proof waterproof canvass and mosquito nets
which are rigged onto trees in
the same manner as a ham hammock.
mock. hammock.
The group "calls it a night"
till 4 a.m. the next morning
when a member of the fire
squad detail summons the troops
for breakfast. Chow is made a-
vailable either from a newly I
devised "kitchen truck" used fori
such company problems or tyl
capturing allied food provisions.!
... i
At daybreak) the aeeressors!
take up. a defensive position
where they are subjected to a
simulated atomic bomb. The
"survivors" are attacked by Hi Hilled
lled Hilled forces and driven from their
positions before being "annihi "annihilated."
lated." "annihilated." At the conclusion of. ..the .exer .exercise,
cise, .exercise, a critique is conducted ay

lnp; attacked by a simulated A
The men were driven Iron their

Capt. Joe Flores. chief umpire,
which is based on the perform-
ances of the individual unit in

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aid
PAU7a5S
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- bomb, "aggressor survivors"'
Dositions in a recent romDanv

(U.S. Army Photo)

33rd Infantry
Empire Range

.Its maneuvering and defensive
tactics against the aggressor
during the exercise.

always find

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Perjury Jury Hi!
Fcr Discussing
Case OulOi Court
KltW YORK, Jan. 28 (UP) -A
federal judge today admonished
the Jury in the perjury trial -of
Rail! H. Hughes, accused of posing
i cWi nf sn Jiospnh R. Mc
Carthy, after learning that a juror
1 I' Jl. ......J 4V.- Mmm with en
unwithorized person.
Jit'igt Archie 0. Dawson told the
Juryof 10 men and two women not
to ifHt anyone attempt to influence
them opinion and if approached to
repOft it to the court.
"The Judge spoke up afterthe
luro'f's act had been disclosed by
Prosecutor Paul W. Williams. The
juror and theman with whom he
talked were not identified.
Hughes is charged with lying;
when he told a grand jury that the
activities of Harvey Matusow were
known to officials of Americans
for Democratic Action and The
Washington Post and Times Her Herald.
ald. Herald.
"Matusow appeared as a govern government
ment government witness at the trial of 13
-Communist leaders but later said
his testimony was false. t
Hughes is also accused of lying
when he told the grand jury that
Joseph L. Rauh Jr., national chair chairman
man chairman of ADA, was aware of v the
falsity of Hughes' claims to be a
McCarthy investigator. ; ; ; ;
Clayton Fritchey, deputy chair chairman
man chairman of the Democratic National
Committee, denied in testimony
1L.4 It Atnr a4iOnnCCPli M flttl
tow with Hughes during period
when he was backing Hughes
.... a. ...-M-..M tAmilflrit10K in
the Senate subcommittee then neaa
ed by MCVaruiy.
Itiighes had' gone to Fritchey
i. l..i. .Hff
Ldtter-Day Saints
Hold Semi-Annual
Parley Tomorrow
Tti enml. annual funeral con
fpienje of the- Church of Jesus
f hriti nf T sttsr Tlav Saints will he
held here tommorrbw with morn morning,
ing, morning, pacific, side 'and evening At Atlantic
lantic Atlantic aide meetings.
' ;-' ''
Thif conference, a one-day Af Affair,
fair, Affair, ,Wi!l be held at 9:30 a.iu. at
JiVEJS0 and at 6:30 at Atlantic
hranrh. located at the coiner of
Shool house Road and Moranon
S'ueet in Ctun.
President Milton R. Hunter of
tho. iirst council will be the visit visit-in
in visit-in general authority. Hunter here
f;,,:u Salt Lake City, Utah will be
accompanied by Edgar L. Wa Wa-r,er,
r,er, Wa-r,er, president of-' the Central A A-incrican
incrican A-incrican Mission. .
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FOR SALE; Norg automatic
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Requiem Mass Monday
For Mrs. Williams
A solemn high mass wilt be
sung the repose of the soul of
the late Mrs, Claris George Wil Williams
liams Williams at St. John the Baptiste de
la Salle Church Monday moraine
at 6:30.
Mrs. Williams died recently
atter a long illness.

Art Of Flame Warfare Being Taught
To Men Of 33rd Infantry Regiment

Fire Follows
' 'V- . f f J.. ,.
Into Drenched
LOS ANGELE, Jan. 28 (UP)
Fire followed floodwaters yes
terday in one section of drenched
southern California where thous thousands
ands thousands of persons were cleaning up
after yesterday's worst storm in
20 years.
The freak fire broke out in the
giant Ford assembly plant at Los
Angeles-Long Beach habor, start starting
ing starting with a series of explosions and
flashing through the Installation.
Flaming gasoline floating atop
flood waters inflicted burns and
injuries to a group of plant of officials
ficials officials inspecting tood damage in
a iowboaU
The Ford plant had been closed
because of yesterday's floods. It
employs several thousand work workers
ers workers when In operation.
The plant is situated behind
dikes below the level of harbor
waters at high tide and a break
in one of the walls helped increase
the depth of the water or the t oro
grounds and spread the flames.
One fatality was atiriDuiea 10
Thursday'i flood which dumped 7. 7.-97
97 7.-97 inches of rain on southern Ca California
lifornia California in a 48-hour period.
The body of seven -year old
Roger Weingarthner wag discover discovered
ed discovered in the Rio Hondo wash in San
Gabriel Valley. He had been play playing
ing playing outside his home and apparent apparently
ly apparently fell Into the wash.
Occasional sushine brightened
nn the flooded areas yesterday as
the rains ceased and the runoff of
waters permitted some 700 eva evacuees
cuees evacuees In south and southwest sec sections
tions sections of Los Angeles county to re return
turn return to their homes.
Municipal flood control en engineers
gineers engineers and experts from the
Arm v' Corns of Encineers said
that barring the sudden arrival of
Finnish Cabinet U
Resigns On Cost
Of Farm Products
IIELSINK, Finland, Jan. 28 -(UP)
Agrarian Premier Urho
Kekkonen and his Socialist-Agrarian
Cabinet resigned today in a
dispute over farm prices.
Kekkonen, who too office only
this month, handed the resignation
to President Juho K. Paasiivi.
He explained that collaboration
between the Socialist and Agrari Agrarian
an Agrarian members of the Cabinet seem seemed
ed seemed impossible.
The prime minister decided to
quit last night after the seven De Democrat
mocrat Democrat m'nisters in the 15-mem-ber
Cabinet told -him they no long longer
er longer would cooperate with the Agra Agra-rians,
rians, Agra-rians,
The Democrats were up in arms
because the price of milk, butter,
cream and cheese were raised
yesterday over their protest.
The crisis coincided with the pre presence
sence presence in Helsinki of a top Soviet
delegation for official turnover ce ceremonies
remonies ceremonies of the Porkkala Penin Peninsula.'
sula.' Peninsula.' The Russians relinequished
their lease' on tbe military base
area 40 miles southwest of Hel
! slnf" iw- a --"gesture. f KtMdwilLT,
Paasikivi was expected to urge
iKekonpn to stay on as premier
! until the new president takes of of-iuc
iuc of-iuc Miirrh 1. I'aasikivi's six-year
; term expires ami electors will vote
new president i eb. 15.

FOR SALE
Automobiles

FOR SALE. Busit Chevrolet,
excellent condition Bargain. 8th
Street, Melendes 8020, A. 7,
4 p.m. week days.
Wanted to Buy
WANTED TO BUY: Scrap lead.
. We pa 6 cents per pound. Hoja Hoja-lateria
lateria Hoja-lateria Panama, Phone 3-6122.
WANTED TO BUY: Smooth
tires, suitable for reconstruction,
''Reconstructora Nacional," Peru
Avenue No. 7. Phono 2-0406.
FOR SALE
Real Estate
. FOR SALE: Attractive residence
' near Santa Clara Beach and prox proximities
imities proximities Casino: lots of trees cap capacity
acity capacity for twelve persons. Reason Reasonable
able Reasonable price. Phono 3-0019 be between
tween between I a.m. and 5 p.m.
FOR SALE: -.14 small lots of
- land at Monte Oscuro, all or sep separate.
arate. separate. ; Easy payment. Agencies
Thomas, 259 Central Ave. Ca-
lidonia).
FOR SALE: Three concrete ful fully
ly fully furnished chalets. Electricity,
water, I end Vz miles from
check station in Arraijan, right
sidej Pen American Highway.
Sign at entrance.
Flood Waters
. ..' ( '
Southern Go.
a new storm as heavy as the last,
the flood danger officially was ov over.
er. over. :, -,-. :"
Property damage estimates
ranged from one to two million
dollars but agriculturists said the
benefit to parched farm and range
land would exceed that figure. The
rainfall for the storm exceeded
the entire season's rain In recent
dry years and was more than half
the normal fall of about 15 inches.
Evsnoeiicsl Council
To Spenser Serbs
0! Revival Services
A erif nf revival services will
Hp hpiH hv thn Evancelical Minist
ers Council of Panama and the
Canal Zone beginning Monday, Jan
30 to March 16.
i Tho cnhpriiile is SKI fallows?
" Jan. 30 to Feb. 2 Christian
Mission Church, Chornllo. &peaK
ar Run .T W Rnrern
Foh ft in Fph sGamhoa Baot-
ist Church. Hev. Jjorenme, speaa-
er. . ..:r "";"
Feb. J3, to Feb. 16 Christian
Mission Church, Guachapali. Rev.
W M Rtnuort
Feb. 27 to March 1 Christian
Mission Church, La Boca. Kev, J
H n'Moil (
March 6 to March 9 Nazarene
Christian Church, Rio Abajo. Rev
T C Rrswcfpr
'MaVi-h 13 tn Afarch 16 Bethel
Miction Phnrrh. Paraiso. L. SnrinS-
er and J. N. Sandlord, speaKers.
Mucif r l be furnisnett ounng
the revival by singing evangelist
1 iTarpumnr! Christ For Y O U t h
Fellowship shorus, the King's
Four and the victory v""1""" ;
TOPS MITCHELL Herbert
C. Paschen upset one of the
biggest Democratic names in
Illinois while winning the par par-ty'S
ty'S par-ty'S noTntnatimr-frrf" frovernor.
The Cook County treasurer
was selected instead of former
Democratic National Chairman
Stephen A. Mitchell, who wss-

MISCELLANEOUS

ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS
BOX 2031, ANCON, CZ.
BOX 1211. CRISTOBAL. CZ.
Williams Analytical Audit Reports
Fiduciary Capacity
1. C. WILLIAMS, CP A.
Tel. 2-1945 Aptdo. 414 Pan.
FOR SALE
Miscellaneous
FOR SALE: Sohmer console
spinet piano and bench, excel excellent
lent excellent condition, color black. Cost :
new $930, for salo $650. Tele Telephone
phone Telephone Balboa 2896.
FOR SALE: Steinway piano in
perfect condition. Quick sale,
leaving country. Call 3-3587
Panama,"''
FOR SALE: Hallicrahor model
S-38-C radio receiver. House
8014-B, Margarita (near gas
station )
BABY ORCHIDS corsages, bou bou-:
: bou-: ejuets, delivered anywhere Unite!
States, Canal Zone, P a n a m a.
Phone Pan. 3-0771, Cristobal
1033.
FOR SALE: 2 Hobart electric
meat grinders, new, $125 each.
Destiladora Nacional, S.A.
A flame-throwinff ennr fe lie.
ins: taueht oersonnel nf th s.trri
Infantry regiment at the Chemic-!
ai corps ranama Area Damage
loniroi scnooi in t-urundu to pre prepare
pare prepare infantvmen in the art of
flame warfare. ; i
Imtiatine the first nf fiv rnnr.
es Tuesday Was Col. Rnhnrt V Cn(.
fey, 33rd Infantry Regimental com-
raanaer, wno opened class proceed proceedings
ings proceedings by firing a flame thrower.
Primary purpose of the new
course is to familiarize Fort Kob Kob-be's
be's Kob-be's Infantrymen in the proper
maintenance, servicing and. firing
of a flame thrower's.
Integrated in tbn enure r
techniques on firing the portable
flame thrower, operation and main maintenance
tenance maintenance of air compressors, pre preparation
paration preparation of various flame fuels
and preparation of flame mine
fields and fire bombs. The latter
two are field expedients in flame
warfare.
Instruction is trivpn tn fialrl afrin.
ing, nomenclature, assembly and
disassembly of the flam thrnur
When flame throwing techniques
ic wujjcuj awueu, me lnrantry lnrantry-man
man lnrantry-man has an eft'icent weapon whic
he can use in enniunntinn n,itt hi.
basic infantry weapons in situa-
uons wnere ine enemy is strongly
intronched in caves and pill boxes.
In suc4i instances flame is often
his most effective weapon.
Teaching the classes are instruct
or a irom me .tadi; school. Each
Course will be nf thrpp din iv.
tion with special emphasis placed
on Dractieal wnrlr in tha 4Aa
-In charge of the organization of
ui airnuui is w. Kicnara u, cas castor,
tor, castor, plans and training officer of
the USARCARIB chemical section
at Fort Clayton.
Sioux lnns Set
To Own Find
CHEYENNE AGENCY, S D.
(UP) -. A Smith fmlmta triK.
aiuus is aoout 10 stan a new chap-i
ier m inuian nistory.
The Sioux of the Cheyenne River
Indian reservation are to receive
about $10,000,000 in settlement for
the taking of more than 100,000
acres of tribjl land for the mam mammoth
moth mammoth Oahe Reservoir on the
Missouri River.' 1
About half of the money is to be
earmarked for rehabilitation. The
rehabilitation fund is to be ad administered
ministered administered by the tribe, marking
the first time trih ha noon
given control and supervision of
its funds. v v
The Cheyenne River Sioux al
ready have proved themselves to
De good businessmen.
During the past 20 years, the
tribe has so successfully managed
its tribal holdings that it has de developed
veloped developed from a penniless organiza organization
tion organization to one with net assets of
nearly $1,000,000.
The rehabilitation fund is to be
used to improve the lot of the some
575 families and individual mem
bers of the tribe, One of the major
phases of the program will be
establishment of trades training
courses and the setting up of in individuals
dividuals individuals in their trades on and off
the reservation.
The money also will he used to
resettle some 200 families whose
land is being taken for the reser
voir
The nroeram also will include
the lending of funds for livestock
and farming and the giving of.
grants for high school and college
education.

FOR RENT
Apartments

ATTENTION C I.I Just built
modern furnished apartments, I,
2 bedrooms, bet, cold watet.
Phone Poname 3-4941.
FOR RENT: Tw, large rooms,
apartment in new building: hoc
water, neatly finished. Avenida
Jose Fco. de la Oste (Automobile
Row) in front Firestone Ricar Ricar-1o
1o Ricar-1o A. Mire, S.A., Phono 2-3436.
FOR RENT: Two modern 2 2-bedroom
bedroom 2-bedroom apartments in recently
built beautiful building. Exclu Exclusive
sive Exclusive location. Call 2-3397 or 3-
6807. . .
FOR RENT: Furnished apart-,
ment with living room, dining
room and three bedrooms, in
Bella Vista district, near trans transportation
portation transportation to downtown. Market
and drugstore half a block! Tele Telephone
phone Telephone 3-1927.
FOR RENT; Large, cool, mod modern
ern modern 2-bedroom furnished apart apartment
ment apartment with maid's room and bath,
3 large balconies, beautiful view,
1 March to I June. North Amer American
ican American neighbors. Phone 3-0327.
FOR RENT: Pleasant, cool 3 3-bedroom
bedroom 3-bedroom apartment. Half a block
from Union Club. $80. Call IVal IVal-boa
boa IVal-boa 1441.
FOR RENT: Large furnished a a-partment,
partment, a-partment, one couple or two.
American neighbors. 48th Street
No. 27, apartment No. 2.
FOR RENT: Unfurnished apart
ment, two bedrooms, two baths,
maid's room, sitting-dirling room,
porch, garage, $ 1 00, at Bella
Vista, N. Obarrio Street No. 23.
See De Castro, Avenue "I" No.
9-42. Phono 2-1616 Panama.
FOR RENT: Furnished apart apartment,
ment, apartment, military Inspected. Via Po Porta
rta Porta No. 99. Phono 3-2068.
FOR RENT: Furnished apart apartment
ment apartment on Via Porras 120, next
to Roosevelt Theater. Phono 3 3-5024.
5024. 3-5024. FOR RENT; Modern one-bed.
room apartment, 2nd Street, Po
rejil, Inquire Via Espafta No. 17.
Phono .31277. V
Help Wanted
WANTED: Cook with refer,
onco. Must sloop in. 45th Street
No. 30, upstair.
PelieEiis Will Get
Big Dang From This
KAMPfVTO TTdiMnA TTtn
a pelican-scaring scheme is to be
started nn Uganda' I,alr npnrop
where thousands of storks and
pelicans are ravaging the fish pop population.
ulation. population. Special "banger" machines have
been ordered which will let off a
bang like a shotgun e v e r y 20
seconds for 10 hours after being
filled with i couple of handfuls of
carbide. The machines act on the
same principle as carbide lamps
except that they produce a series
of explosions instead of steady
flame.
The carbide bangs will be Inter Interspersed
spersed Interspersed with an occasional real
shotgun round to persuade tbe
pelicans that there's no fooling.
Otherwise they would soon realize
that the noise was harmless,
The government-sponsored fish fisheries
eries fisheries on Lake George supply the
whole of Uganda and parts of
Kenya. They take more than
6,000,000 pounds of fish a year
from the lake. They would like to
make it 9,000,000 pounds, but the
pelicans and maribou storks dis
agree.
The birds are estimated to take
about the same weight of fish from
the lake a j- 4he men. A pelican
eats about three tons of fish a
year, .
The fisheries' latest effort to In Increase
crease Increase the yield is to build a
series of ponds where the small
fry can be reared. This move has
proved highly popular with the
birds which regard the ponds as a
sort of snack bar. They decimate
the small fry before going on to
the main course on the lake. It is
on the ponds that the experimental
' pelican bangers will be installed.
Check, Dated 34,
Cashed For $.40
COLUMBUS. Ohio. Jan 5 f!TPl
State Treasurer Roger W. Tra Tracy
cy Tracy cashed a 22-year-old check,
for 40 cents, today.
ine warrant, signed by the trea treasurer's
surer's treasurer's late father Josenh T Tra
cy as State auditor, was issued In
1934 to Aurthur Kovalik, against
iunas ot umo University.
Kovalik, who lives, in Khkwood,
Mo., wrote that "in going through
my files I found this check for 40
cents. Can I still be paid these
, A nil .would any interestj)? due me
wx some u years'
Tracy and State Auditor James
A. Rhodes agreed the warrant was
I good, but only for the face amount
no interest.

RESORTS

FOSTER'S COTTAGES. On mil
past Casino. Lew rote. Phono
Bolboo 1866.
PHILLIPS Oceonsid Cottages,
Santa Clare. Boa 435, Balboej.
Phono Panama 3-1877. Cristo Cristobal
bal Cristobal 3-1673.
Shrapnel's furnished house on
beach at Santa Cloro. Telephone
Thompson, Balboa 1772.
Gramlich's Santa Clara Beach
Cottages. Modern conveniences,
moderate rate. Phono Gaiuboa
6-441.
Position Offered
WANTED.- E xperienced bilin bilingual
gual bilingual stenographer, diversified
duties for Americon company.
Send resume including salary de desired
sired desired to Bex 705, Panama.
WANTED: Young bilingual
male bookkeeper-typist, experi experienced.
enced. experienced. American firm, Sand re resume
sume resume including salary desired to
Bo 705 Panama.
WANTED: Salesman helper
with references and driver's li license
cense license for Panama and C T.
Write to Box 842 Pa name.
How D'ya Like Your
Hot Dogs! There's
A Cofor To Suif All
CHICAGO -fUPU. A rnmnanir
that makes "skins" for skinless
iranxiurters says that many Amer Americans
icans Americans wouldn't eat hot dogs unless
they were tinted io change their
natural color
"There's nothihtf wrons iwith the
natural snaoe, ol course," said
Larry Cullin. dirertnr nf tli
development for Tee-Pae Corp.,
"It's iust that neonln aren't maii
to the pale tan color,"
UM. ,Ay..UU 111,, uiv iiicat
mlvtlirA tknt 0n.l inirt .l,.!...
v.. Ht ftV.-. WW
frankfurters is the consistency of
fnnth vinos Tr. lHi.
iwvh ajaaiva v iLfitcu 111 IV "5-
tftble-ayed cellulose casings that
I nm in CM riiffAranf iinta vanriinn
from, a deep red for red-hots to a
ugni orange, xne casing imparts
most of the color to the hot dog.
Smnkn Hnp th rt
Cullin said people la the South
prefer red-hots, while easterners
on fnr nmnop-rnlnrprt frankfurter
w O - ....
In thn Snnthwest. red nr dark
orange are the most' popular
, c i i i i
colors, wmie miawesierners line
light orange. On the west coast,
all haHp nf hot dne am nonnlar
because many people there come
trom otner parts ot me country.
Cullin's firm makes its casings
from cotton lenrers snort cotton
fibers that are changed into cel
lulose through a chemical process.
Th ppllulnse "strand" is forced
through adye that moulds it into
a casing, or tube, ranging from
one-halt to one men in aia meter.
The casings are cut off in 10,000-
tnnt lancrthx then into 55-foot
lengths which are pleated until
they are reduced, to iv incnes.
Next, the casings go to the packer.
At tha niifkinff house, the 10-inch
tube is put on a stuffing horn like
a faucet and meat irom a Dig lann
is forced into the casing, which
mnUiita nut tn it KS-footlenEth as
tll.J'V U. VU.
it fills up. These lengths are tied
together and then ine iranniuriers
spa lini-pH Thn rasinc either is
tied off with string or twisted
about every five inches, f
Next the long lengths of frank-
furters are placed on racks in the
amidst the fumes of
smouldering hickory sawdus, for
- t rpUnirV. rrii in &
lour nuuia. imj Vw- -tank,
then chilled.
lAllulncn easing is
peeled off. What remains Is a skin-
? x I 4n tria Hah-
less iraniuurter umeu iu
ird shade, with a thin soft crust
on the outside.
2 Sewer Cleaners
Choked On Fumes
T TCTIIPN" M 3 Jah. 28 (UP)
Two professional sewer clean
ers choked to oeatn toaay wueu
overcome by fumes while working
in a sewer at the Bayway refinery
of the Esso Standard Oil Co.
Police identified them as John
J. Brady, 35, of Elizabeth, N.J.,
and Otto Dold, 28, of Philadel Philadelphia,
phia, Philadelphia, both employes of the Pitts Pittsburgh
burgh Pittsburgh Pipe Cleaning Co.
Rocco Albany, 45, of Elizabeth,
went to the aid of the men when
he heard their cries but was forc forced
ed forced back by the fumes.
40-Year-Old
PilotAttempts 1
Non-Stop Record
WHITE PLAINS, N.Y., Jan. 23
(UP) A Trans-wolrd Airlines
pilot was completing prepara preparations
tions preparations today for an attempt to
fiy non-stop to Rome in a sin single
gle single engine monoplane.
William Judd, 40, who has
flown the Atlantic 120 times as
a "commereail -pilot., plants tJ
take off tomorrow. If he has e e-nough
nough e-nough fuel he will try to fly
non-stop to Cairo, about 6,0U0
miles from New York.

FOR RENT
Koonis

POR RENT: Small bedroom fur furnished
nished furnished for single person. Apply
personally to Cube Avenue No.
38-29, next t Comisarieto Don
Bosco.
FOR RENT: Furnished large
bedroom for bachelor, private
bathroom, private entrance, all
screened. Phone 3-1648.
FOR RENT
Miscellaneous
FOR RENT: Spacious locale,
ground. Justo Arosemena Ave-
nu No. 37-11.. Inquire' 37tb
Street No. 4-23.
FOR RENT: Shop or storage
space; floor space about 650
ft. Inquire janitor at 63 4th
July Ave,
(.
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A BRIEF HISTORY of Canal

given. Dy Mrs. s. F. Mason, chairman of District Girl Scout
Council here, to members of the Lt. Garvyn H. Moumblow
Memorial Post No. 3876, VFW, during a presentation ceremony.
Flags were presented to the Brownie troops of Coco Solito
celebrating Youth Welfare Day in conjunction with national
VFW Week. Mrs. Ida McDade (center) is acting president of
the ladies auxiliary, and Robert Robinson (right) Is the
commander of the post.

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THREE enlisted Army men and a civilian were recently award awarded
ed awarded Department of the Army Suggestion Award Certificates in
a ceremony held in the office of the Machine Records Unit by
Lt. Col. Charles A. Rowan, Executive Officer of the Adjutant
General.- The three men all MRU enlisted men are (from
left to right): Sp2 Clayton L., Sleeper, Sfc. Earle G. Whltely,
and Sfc. Jerry L. Wrinkle. C. Leigh Stevenson, historian and
management improvement officer, was awarded a certificate for
: :. his outstanding proficiency rating.
i (U.S. Army Thoto)

Just arrived from Switzerland
vAT(i;;::.:rlEJz?JFr.G:tSS!?l
will repair any kind owatch,
completely guaranteed
I r t I e m m m i mt .iM. eJf.U, t 1 1
"J" Street No. 13-23 e Panama

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FOR RENT
Houses

FOR RENT. Recently built cor corner
ner corner house 50th Street: 3 bed bedrooms,
rooms, bedrooms, maid's room, etc. GoeoV'
value. Call Telephones Panama
3-3170 or 3-1260.
FOR RENT; 3-bed room chalet,
3 baths, independent maid'
quarters and laundry, two porch porches.
es. porches. Gerardo Ortega St. No. 10.
Call at Gerardo Ortega No. 4.
IParedesl.
WANTED
x Houses
WANTED: National Distillers
executive and wife, no children,
requires. 3-bedroom house, prrf-
erably in El Csngreje. Call 3 3-4729,
4729, 3-4729, Panama City.
WANJED: By American, per.
manent residence, 3 or 4-bed-
room house or apartment in resi residential
dential residential section. Phono Panama
3-0128.
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MAJOR GENERAL AND MRS. C L. CORBIN WILL
VISIT COLONEL AND MRS. C. O. BRUCE LVANCON
Major General and Mrs. C. L. Corbin will arrive next week-end to visit their son-in-law
and daughter, the Health Director and Mrs. Charles 0. Bruce. Accompanying them will be
another daughter Miss Dolly Corbin, who will also stay with the Bruces at their Ancon
residence,-- ..v .
In the same party the Undersecretary of the Army and Mrs. Charles Finncane, cousins
of Mrs. Bruce, will arrive on an official visit. They will be guests of the Panamanian Am Ambassador
bassador Ambassador to Washington and Mrs. J. J. Valla rino. They will be accompanied by Mr. and

Mrs. R. Brinkley Smithers.
Entertainments tentatively plan

ned for these distinguished visitors
start with a reception to be given

by General and Mrs. William it
Harrison, Feb. 8.

The following evening Feb. 9
General and Mrs. Lionel C. Mc

Garr will entertain in their honor.

Colonel and Mrs. CO. B r u c e
have issued invitations for a re reception
ception reception Feb. 10, and J. J. Vallarino
mt't ir

jr. ana jars, niiaa mercer are
planning a party to be held Feb.
12. :;...

Voll, Mary Roddy, Clyde Parker,
Glenna Thomas, Doris Leeser, Bet Betty
ty Betty Slaughter, Kathleen Huffman,
Joyce Burkart, and pledges Betty
Allen, Dorothy Clausnitzer, Diane
Cansilier, Joanne Reccia, Barbara
Egolf and Alice McGann.
Carnival Thome For
College Club Tea
The annual Canal Zone College
Club Tea to be held at the Array Array-Navy
Navy Array-Navy Club at Fort Amador Satur Saturday,
day, Saturday, Feb. 4, at 3:00 p.m. will of offer
fer offer a varied program in the spir spirit
it spirit of the forthcoming Carnival.
Mrs. Mercedes Alegre S m i t h,
well-known to Isthmian groups for,
her knowledge and interpretation
nf Panama, will eive an explana-'

tion of the folklore and history of
the Carnival, and the traditional
dress, the Pollera, Montuna, and

Montuno. ...
An exhibition of the Tambonto
another native folklore dances of
Panama has been arranged under
the direction of Senor Aniceto Mos Mos-coso,
coso, Mos-coso, who directs the Folklore
Dance Classes at the National
School of Dance in Panama. Danc Danc-ino
ino Danc-ino in the Carnival Dance Exhibi

tion Group will be Dona Margari Margarita
ta Margarita Lozano, famous for her inter

pretation of the dances, ana wi
her heautiful collection of polleras
andrgold jewelry Scnor; Fermin
Pinwl, a member of thewe U U-b,.,n
b,.,n U-b,.,n Wifot Pniiiiinto. which ais-

plays the native dances during the
tourist season; and Senonta.Inez

Maria Hersth.
A special guest who will particip participate
ate participate in the day's program u seno-,
rita Maritza van lloorde, the JA
n-m. Tarnival Oueen Of 1954.1

Appearing -with her will be the
Misses Carmen and M a r j o i x e
Smith, daughters of Mr. and Mr?.
J Bartley Smith.. Music for the af affair
fair affair will be Played byc aonjunto

under the direction oi
"college Club members and their
guests who Plan to attend tb an annual
nual annual Carnival Tea are asked to
wear their polleras and montunas
Reservations must be made Dy
Feb. 2 at 6:00 p.m. Members may
make these reservations for them themselves
selves themselves and their guests by caU'nS
Mrs. Howard hnson Balboa.372,
or Mrs. Walter E. Colclasure, Bal-boa-2608.
B.ritih Consul Goef
at Raoublic of India" '

Anniversary Coltbration

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By iRSK iNE JOHNSON

Uoan, ''let 'em just have a look at at NIC-TV In Hollywood. Include J

I'hU JjUvers dctt show. tin the blueprint Mace:

I HOLLYWOOD lt..-i ; "A candor Botis," "Crim Cl;"-
jlywood on TV: Movie ns tetter- Sui ght new series shows are: sici,' and "Have Camera, YuJ
i than ever on tclevuitia. in "vanuus stages of devvKYncnfiTravi I"
Hollywood's major studios oncer

promised the nations uicAtcr cs-i

hibitors that their nemendoua
stockpile of old movies was destin destined
ed destined to remain of the she!? and
would never b! seen on TV.

Etch notice for inrtuxion In thil
column should submitted la type typewritten
written typewritten form and milled to one of
the box n Timbers listed daily In "So "Social
cial "Social and Otherswise." or delivered
by hand to the office. Notices of
meetings cannot be accepted by tele telephone.
phone. telephone. Isthmian Nurses
Meet Wtdnosday
A very important meeting will
be held by the Isthmian Nurses
Association at 7:30 p.m. Wednes Wednesday,
day, Wednesday, Feb. 1 in the new conference
room at Ward 17, Section D of
Gorgas Hospital. Voting on im important
portant important issues will be done at the
meeting.
Mr. Malcom Magruder will show
color films on Central America.

President and Mrs. Aria
Fete Diplomatic Corps
His Excellency, President of the
Republic of Panama and Mrs. Ri Ri-cardo
cardo Ri-cardo Arias were hosts for a ban banquet
quet banquet at the Union Club last eve evening
ning evening in honor of members of the
Diplomatic Corps accredited to Pan
ama.
Back From Visiting .'
In Managua, Nicaragua
Mr. and Mrs. Waller R. Hunmcutt
and daughter' Janie, and Mr. Al Alberto
berto Alberto Stevenson, returned Wednes Wednesday
day Wednesday evening by plane from Mana Managua,
gua, Managua, Nicaragua. They were in Ni Nicaragua
caragua Nicaragua for a week visiting with
Col, and Mrs. James W. Pumpel Pumpel-lv.
lv. Pumpel-lv. Col. Pumpellv formerly Com Commandant
mandant Commandant of the USARCARIB School
at Fort Gulick is now Chief of Ar Array
ray Array Missions in Nicaragua.' -,
Doctors' Wivs Injoy
Panamanian Luncheon
tiib Dor-tors' Wives Club were

entertained by 15 students of the
National School of Dancing at their
luncheon Wednesday. Hostesses for

the luncheon were Mrs. K. l. e.s-

iuivel. chairman, Mrs. j. ra. b.oiu,
Mrs, Filos-Diaa and Mrs, XJ. -E- Cc
deno.
"The nrpsirlent Mrs. L. Picard-

Ami officiated at the meeting. She

paid triUte to past president Mrs.
Avery King, who will soon be leav leaving
ing leaving the -Isthmus. -v
Members present were Mesdam Mesdam-es
es Mesdam-es C. O. Bruce,' J. Cosgrove, W.
Brown. J. R. West, Frank Smith,
b Wiiut J. B. Nichols. D. Senz-

er. G: E. Johnson, J. Martinez, H.'

Webb, W. Dougherty, R. Matheney,
A. G. Fingerhutt, G. Shirokov, JR.
B. White, E. W. Michelson R. B.
Stewart, E. H. Hartmann,. G. Lull,
E. de Alba, W. K. Bell. L. Bertoli,
E. A. Gerrans. R, Anas. C. p.
Helsel, A. L. Robertson, G. L. Whit Whit-ington.
ington. Whit-ington. J. E. Simms, J. T- Lovett,
L. Zizlis, C. E. Pennington. J.
Hunt, R. H. MitcheU, C. H. Ghnes,
F. H. Urban, E. D. Pence, Van
Richmond, ;N. M. Newport, L.
Fontaine, M. R. Seymour, P,
Momtanarrl, S. Caplan, R. L.
Hughes. H. Garner, M. Tartuigton.
Guests present were Mrs. Har Harriet
riet Harriet King, guest of Mrs. Avery King
Mrs. J. M. Stuart guest of Dr.

Grace Stuart, Mrs. Hackett guestt hi port.

of Mrs. west ana iurs. ivum nu;
Mrs.' Seymour, guest of Mrs. Hen- Consul and Mrs. Perkins
rickson, v .'. Entertain "Moreeambo Bay
i i 7 Commander. Officers

Beta Chapter Beta Sigma Phi Her Majesty's Consul and Mrs.ihxlge hall was beautifully decoart-

Alice McGann and h.ay juonu a. II. B. Perkins entcnaineo ne ed for theoccasion, eacn siauon

Commander and Oilicers or thei being banked witn purpie Dougam Dougam-H.M.S.
H.M.S. Dougam-H.M.S. 'Motecombe Bay'tinThurs- villaea and yellow daisies. The of of-day
day of-day evening with a buffet dinner fjcers, attired in ballerina length

eL-at all times to meet and cope
with the unexpected, either at sea
or in port. As to service, the speak speaker
er speaker reminded his listeners that hot
only the Royal Navy but all Navies
and Military fo es in general,
British and foreign had never
been found wanting in times of Na National
tional National or local disasters and 'in 'instanced
stanced 'instanced the reaadiness with which
the Armed Forces of many na nations
tions nations have come to the rescue in

area", devastated by flood, earth earthquakes
quakes earthquakes etc. v
In illustrating his third point.

Commander Meyrick pointed out
that as the Morecambe Bay car

ned a total complement of 200 Of Officers
ficers Officers and men, drawn from all
walks of life in the British Isles,
he felt that this provided one of
the means of giving people a a-broad
broad a-broad some idea of Britain and
her t people. -u :-;
President Les Davis announced
that by unanimous ballot the fol following
lowing following Officers had been elected
for ensuing year: president, Jo Joseph
seph Joseph Harrington, 1st Vice presi-i

dent, Ernesto (Toti) Estenoz; 2nd

A -.

MRS. CHARLES ALBERT THOMAS The former Miss Joseph Josephine
ine Josephine Hoffman whose marriage to Charles Albert Thomas, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Charle3 Edward Thomas of Balboa took place at
St. Mary's of the Mount Church in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, is
shown in her wedding gown. Mrs. Thomas is the daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Hoffman of Pittsburg, Pa. Her husband,
a Korean veteran, is an auditor for Ernest and Ernest Audit Co.
in Pittsburgh, Pennyslvanla.

Benefit Concert Is Monday
At JWB For Dimes' March

t'ntil rccentl) the Hollywood dam
held back the cellutad fin.rl rr4

;onty indrpenuently-Ki.ic icstur;
'escaped through the nWisvs octo
'home screens. But cow tne darn

has broken.
Seven hundred and 40 features
from RKO soli I to TV.
Fifteen hund 'ed shorts from
Paramount.
One hundred and four features
remcd by TV 1 Dm1 Columbia.
Nine classic from David O.
Selzmck.
Thirty featurts from Universal.
A price tag oi J150.000.000 for
20th Century-Fo t's -old films.
Not to mtnt on Sir Laurence
Olivier's next film, and a groat

j one, "Richard III," which wiil
'have Hs first run m the United
j Slates mn NBC' TV in March Be-
FORE its releaia to theaters.
The wrath of f xhibitors over the

closer union txlween Hollywood
and TV no longtr swws to worry
the film industrt. whwfc is using
the TV money fo- biggw and more
spectacular theater movies.
But exhibitors, believe me. are
worried and for jood reason. F te
movies at home don't help ell
tickets or popcorn.
The Sponsor of The $64,000 Ques Question
tion Question is reported I tady to spring a

tax gimmick thai, will lure more

.contestants into uing lor uie tup
; prize.

One of Hollywotd's best villains.
George Sanders, wps up soon as
a comedian in a Ford Theater
Telefilm. "Autumn Fever." He's
chuckling: t
"Maybe I'll bo f'o new Jack
Benny. At 4f instead of 39."

. . t.TV non i or misieai
Ii-iV Disregard the price!

DsmsndROUX TINT
at all times

It fnojf lit largest a!e voimne In Panama. Cnltsd
Sta-.f fcfd otbtrr countries, mt.tnlv hecause it does net
crc&te difiicuiri'i with your 1 ai.v It does not Itea or
ctherwls bother vour scalpi ; v :
It never fails to sie the ttvilts desired!
Uiribator in t'nt Reputlic of Panama and
the Canal font t
JULIO VOS
Ha I "A" Street TU 1-2971. Tanama

nr:x pharmacy

COLON

The annual March of Dimes Bene-

fit Concert at the USO-JWB Arm Armed
ed Armed Forces Service Center has been
planned for Monday at 8:13 p.m.

xne program will leature the

HAYDN

SONATA in C Major
Allegro
Adagio
Allegro Molto
' DALE BROOKS

presentations of three artists, ail!2. SONATA in E Major SCARLATT ony chance would be to produce

memuers oi me Armea forces ini JticuJc-S SYMPHOMOUES On ioniy proven material, ana mere

Not on the Teleixompter: Movie
and TV producer Edward Small:
"There aren't 25 good writers in
Hollywood, so how can TV expect
to present a prepoi dcrance of hour
and hour-and-a-hatf shows? The

the Canal Zone, who are accomp

lished pianists, SP3 Dale Brooks,
7440th AU. Ha. Det.. Fort Ama

dor; A-2c Robert G. Jaekle, 1978

AASC, Albrook Air r orce Base
and SP3 Benjamin Whitten, 23rd
MP Co., Fort Clayton.

SP3 Dale Brooks, a native of

Seattle. Washington, is a graduate

of the University of Washington

and studied piano at Julhard School
of Music in New York under James

Amoni? the guests entertained byirv Dartv to be held at the Wash

N Jhamatmal for the anniversary lnston Hotej on Saturday Feb. -4

celebration of the Republic of India j at 7:00 and that in consequence
were Her Majesty's Consul .and j there will be no meeting next
Mrs. A. H. B. Perkins and Com-jTnursday.
mander T. S. Meyrick, D.S.C.R.N.I
and Captain P. White, officers of Balboa Emblem Club 4
the H.M.S. "Morecambe Bay" now, Holds Installation

The officers of the Baiooa i-mD-lem
Club No, 49 were installed in
an impressive ceremony at the

Balboa B.P.O.K. Lodge jno. mm on
La Boca Road, for last week. The

vir nrpsidpnt. Alvin P. Hevd: 3rd Friskin. He has his degree in mu-

vice, president, Dr. Rafael De Boy- sicology. The pianist, before enter-

ne'r general secretary, Jose jeev- "B ..swvice, jjidycu uiuy

erhoudt; spanisn secretary, car carmen
men carmen Sanfilippo; Treasurer, W, B.
Miririlemas. ;

Bob Gegg announced that all ar arrangements
rangements arrangements had been completed

for the annual notary Annivcrsa

hostesses to Beta Chapter

Beta Sigma Phi Sonority on Wednes
day evening at the Klontz home
in Margarita., Nancy Ramsey, De
Voll, chairman of the Mile of Dimes
for the March of Dimes thanked

everyone for making the projcctl

such a success. Mr. x. e. acners,
President of the Margarita-Cristobal
Civic. Council was the winner
of two dinners donated by the
Cristobal Yacht Club for the larg largest
est largest non-member contribution.

Kathleen Huffman and Kay

at their residence in Colon.

Officers, included Commander T.
S, Meyrick, D.S-C.R.N., Captain P.
White, Lt. Cmdr. Cochrane, Lt.
Cmdr, Nelson, Lt. Lange, Lt, Wel Wel-lesley,
lesley, Wel-lesley, Surgeon Lt. Watson and Mid
shipmaa Smith; also Governor and
Mrs. Jose Maria Gorualcz, Mayor

and Mrs. Jose uominaoor uazan

dresses of various pastel shades,
woere orchid corsages tied with
gold ribbon, the emblematic col colors
ors colors of the club.
, Mrs, Ann Hentschel, S u p r e me
District Deputy, installed the new
ofiicers. She was assisted by the
following installing suite; Jeannet Jeannet-te
te Jeannet-te Cain; supreme marshal; Helen

Captain and Mrs. James G. Craig,! Morrison, supreme secretary;

Mil-

Colonel and Mrs. John J. Davies.jlie Reccia, supreme chaplain; Do-

Klontz spoke of tne Cake Sale Captain and Mrs. John Andrews, !tha Cougher, supreme vice-presid-planned
for. Feb. 6, adjacent to the Jr., Mr. and Mrs. B. I. Everson.jent; and Geraldine Cellucci, Sup-

Margarita r ost umce. Delicious Mr. and Mrs. John Biggs, jar. ane'reme trustee.

home made pies, cakes and cook- Mrs. John Blennerhassett and Mr.

les will bo sold from two o clock and Mrs. Robert Weise, Jr.
until five.
Mrs. Evelyn Trottier, C a m p British Naval Attache
Chairman for the Girl Scouts of .Guests At Rotary Luncheon

America was introduced to the.

group oy Norma De Voll. Mrs.

Trottier, with contagious enthust

Captain A. J. H. White, D.S.C.,

R.N. British Naval Attache and
Commander T. J. Mevrick. D.S.C..

asm for her "pet" subject told of'R.N., Commanding Officer of HMS
just how each individual girl is: "Morecambe Bay." were guests of

carefully prepared for the big event I the Club at the weekly meeting of
of an outdoor camp-out. She told (the Cristobal Colon Rotary Club on

many amusing incidents encounter encountered
ed encountered in the training.
Betty Ogilvie, whose subject for
the Cultural Program was Liter Literature
ature Literature gave an inspirational talk on
the Bible.
At the conclusion of the meetinc

refreshments were served by the 'course of a talk' on the work of

hostesses. The table was centered! the "Royal Navy in Peace Time"
with a low crystal bowl filled with j said that in his view this fell un-

red hibiscus, with tall white tapers ider three categories

Mrs. Floda Monaco was the re

tiring president.
The incoming officers were: pres president,
ident, president, Mina Dee; junior past presi president,
dent, president, Floda Monaco; 1st vice presi president,
dent, president, Adelaide Seldon; 2d vice
president, Vera Bolek; financial
secretary, Emily Rowe; treasur treasurer,
er, treasurer, Ursula Dwey; recording sec secretary,
retary, secretary, Anna Kiernan; correspond corresponding
ing corresponding secretary, Miriam Smith; trus trustee.
tee. trustee. Margaret Graham; Marshall,

Thursday and were accompanied! Velta Sharp; Assistant Marshall?,

by Sub-Lieutenant Ashton and Mid-1 Helen Quinian and Jerry Warford;
shipman Kitzwilliam of the More- chaplain, Diana Bright; assistant
cambe Bay as guests of Rotarianj chaplain, Dorothy Rose; organ organ-Alan
Alan organ-Alan Perkins, British Consul in ist, Gertrude Roberto; press cor cor-Colon.
Colon. cor-Colon. i respondent, Ida Lovelady; histor?

Commander Meyrick. in theliao Lyla Esler; guards, Gertrude

Faige ana ifteima Camby

At the close of the installation.

Mrs. Hentschel turned the gavel

over to tne new president, Mrs.

(1) To be

in silver holders at each side. ready (2) To render service and! Dee. who then conducted the clos-

Mcinbers attending the meeting i finally to represent the Britishting of the meeting. Miss Melida
tern Marion Greene. Sponsor; Nan-t people and their outlook on life.! Marshall furnished the music for
Rarnscjv'Betty-Ogilvie, Jean! Readines!tr-:ommafi'---deseribfJt trr'-intaUattoii-iulaccinpani4
Joii'cy, Jean Judge," Norma De1 as a state of mind to be prcpar-' Miss Ann Livingston who sang sev-

13

SCHUMANN! isn't much of that available.

BENJAMIN WHITTEN
3. FIVE PRELUDES .. CHOPIN Actress Lois Co lier about the

B Flat Major

(i Minor
B Flat Minor SHOSTOKOVITCH
B Flat Major

K. Flat Minor

lack of sexy dolls on TV: "The

TVy casting director is afraid to i
use any girls who aren't built like;
boys, They think people at home
with their families don't-want c.-

POLICHINELLE RACIIMANINOFjcessive glamor on the small

DALE BROOKS .screens, vhcn 1 did tne -Boston
IMPROMPTU in A Flat Op. fw'Blackie- series ther vrculdn't Ir

SCHUBERT! me wear sweaters it m ieu.
ROMANCE Op. 2 4No, 9 SIB-I
... ... ... ELIUS I prson .Welles and CBS are hav-
WARSAW CONCFRTf) ADDlNSline huddles about Mr. Genius

recitals in the northwest United (Arranged from original socre by Costing an hour live dramatic!
States. Henrv Oohli series a la "Robcn, Montgomery',,

During his service career here, ROBERT C jaekle Presents." II

1A linn nn.nnwnl i vi nnif Inrlnlinnn! i . i: I . t ' V

iic una (jjcn!u i unuj iuwvuunj ,a coiaiai uviiation is extended
in both the Canal Zone and the Re-j to military personnel and their j The Witnet: Red Skclton corn corn-public
public corn-public of Panama.He alsaheldlfamilies, and to the public, both ofparing working inTf to talking at

the Canal Zone and the Republic! a cocktail party: "Yd rem know
of Panama, to attend this worthy! if anyone is listening to jour

beniit afiair. The price of aumis- conversation.

sion is ten dimes,

first place title in the 1955 Pana Panama
ma Panama Area AH Army Talent Cont Contest,
est, Contest, in the instrumental category.
Following his discharge from the
United States Army. SP3 Brooks

plans to continue his study of mu-j . r
sic, and later anticipates a tcach-jUrA.I Anlfln AflafAn
ing career in his chosen field. Tl V LGlilUI JWaUil
A-2c Robert G. Jaekle, of Sey-j
mour, Connecticut, graduated fromi RAniflf TrnftrrAVf

the University of Connecticut in a VJj H l J IVllltfilVlf

the field o music education, at
the early age of 20. A piano stud student
ent student of Dr. Martin Burton of the
University of Connecticut, he has

This Is Hollywood. : Mrs. Jones:
Paul Douglas to an BC secretary
phoning Jan Sterling about a Lux'
Video assignment: "I'm sorry, but
Jan's not here. May I take the
message? This is MR. Sterling.",
Porrv Cnmo'i trio lo Hollywood

c T nrrrrBUi trtmtit T. .

a. rciE.no cucnvii tor nis int. snow n;is oeen can can-Service
Service can-Service at St. Peter's church, Lai celled for the time being because
Boca, tomorrow will hp in nhepr. !r r.( uvf Pnact stndin snace

been presented in many private vance of Septuagesima Sundav,1 Jack Benny will star in five
recitals. During his -music career, i which begins the pre-lcnten sea-ishowcr of Stars a j ear for the

ii b isuui piano iu mum muuum son. inext four vcars
at the Hartford School for the j Father John Spear, priest In ;
Blind, and has been inspired toi charge, will be in the parish fori Liboract is c'aimbig the best

pursue the neio oi music inerapyChoral Communion at 7 a.m. anditime SDot on British T-4 p.m. on f
for his careeer upon his discharge evensong 7:30 p.m. The church! Sunday. Tea time, don't cha know. ;

uum uie MM.s. iscnooi superintendent wiu con- .',
SP3 Benjamin Whitten, -irom'duct morning prayer at 10. Joan Davis is plaaiing.a i I
Baltimore, Maryland, graduatedi special, prsachers are booed telefilm series but isnt worried if f
from the DcShazo College of Mu-;for the fodowing Sunday, which 'it turns out to be anotier situation
sic m Memphis, lennesscc, andiwiu close tne annual convocation lr.nm.ri slmw, "If .anyone' says

from the Feabody Conseryatory ot week of thft rf:s(ri,t. 'ArrhdMenn !.!. MmAdv is ,lead." vs

Music in Baltimore. Maryland. He

Is on leave of absence as a memb member
er member of the teaching staff. SP3 Whit Whitten
ten Whitten has appeared as soloist with the
Memphis Symphony Orchestra,

the North Carolina Symphony Or
chestra; the Peabody Chamber Or

"JiHOIII U. LlHUl Ul f llUi LU JullilUll,
Costa Rica, will preach at 7 a.m.,

wuiie a i i;w j.m, me preacner
will be the Rev. Francis M. Har Harrison,
rison, Harrison, from Costa Rica also.
Officers of the choir, an auxi

liary that has rendered good sup-

chestra, the Cumberland Orchestra,jport to tne smice5 of th cnurch
and the Baltimore Symphony Or-,ere lnstalle(, at parisn partj;j
chestra,. ... Ion Fridav nighta s follows: Mrs.!
He has also appeared in num-iCarlo(a chambers, president Ken-!
erous Mcitals in the southern np)h Bnwn vir(, nrpfiifl,nf M i

fnoL-t- r

. I Cleopatra LaMott, secretary Missj

states and the East Coast.

, . i. j ici

1 ne program to ue p.eseuteu iS:Doris Thomas, assistant secretary

Mrr. Elisa Davis, treasurer.

eral beautiful 'selections. The out- SI. PAUL'S CHURCH
going president was presented with) Service St. Paul's Church on
a past president's pin which was 'Sunday will be in observance of
especially made for her four year 'Septuagesima. Which marks the
of faithful service as president. (beginning of the pre-lentcn sea-

The installation was tonowed by 'sor,

a buffet in the lounge. The table
was beautifully appointed with the
same flower and color scheme as
used in the lodge room. Mrs. Thel Thel-ma
ma Thel-ma Camby officiated as mistress

of ceremony.

The installation was held as,. an
open meeting and was attended by
Elks-and many Mends, of the. in

coming officers.

This observance will begin with

a celebration of Holy Commu

nion at 8 a.m followed by Holy

r

If your child Is old tinoush to

be running around tile neigh-;

Eucharist and sermon at 9 a. nv'borhood alone he Is old enough

when which time the v?strymej!to be taught not to j.;o into a
will be installed, house without knocking-. jL
The final observance foi) the day, The sooner you start teaching
will be Evenson;;&nd sermon at a child to respect others' rights
7 p. m, Archdeacon Sheirley will and privacy and prOerty the
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Perjury Jury Hit
For Discussing
Case Out Of Court
NrtW YORK, Jan. 28 (UP -A;
federal iudee today admonished!
the jury in the perjury trial of,
RaiJI H. Hughes, accused ot posing
as an aide of Sen. Joseph R. Mc-
Carthy, after learning that a juror j
had; '.discussed the case with oi
unauthorized person.
".Ti.!l "itrhU O Tiawson told the
"""i j
"LW 1' .r rn.
to lift anyone attempt to wfluencei.
Snfthrct808
reppp it to me court.
,
jurtiif's act had been disclosed by
Prosecutor Paul W. Williams. The
-juror and the man with whom he

naming miougn the Installation ; the normal fall of about 15 inches
Hughes is charged with Iving'Hamirig gasoline floating atopi
when he told a grand jury that the (flood waters inflicted burns and-, l I
activities of Harvey Matusow were! injuries to a group of plant hVAntlfi Ifrl I fiHHf
known to officials of Americans ;ficials inspecting f.ood damage in fcfHIiywilVHI VVUIIVU
for Democratic Action and The; a rowboat. T f f
Washington Post and Times Her-1 The Foi,d plant had bepn closea!A XnAnfAf

ald,
Matusow appeared as govern government
ment government witness at the trial of 13
.Communist leaders but later said
his testimony was false.
Hughes is also accused of lying
when he told the grand jury that
Joseph L. Rauh Jr., national chair chairman
man chairman of ADA, was aware of the
falsity of Hughes' claims to be a
McCarthy investigator.
Clayton Tritchey, deputy chair chairman
man chairman of the Democratic National
Committee, denied in testimony
today that he ever discussed Matu Matu-ow
ow Matu-ow with Hughes during a period
when he was backing Hughes
efforts to turn up irregularities in
the Senate subcommittee then head
ed by McCarthy.
Hiighes had gone to Fritchey
posing as a disgruntled member of
McCarthy's staff.
Ldtter-Day Saints
Hold Semi-Annual
Parley Tomorrow
The semi-annual general con conference
ference conference of the Church of Jesus
Christ of Latter Dav Saints will he
held here tommorrow with morn-j
ins;, tfaeinc siae nu evening m m-lantitj
lantitj m-lantitj aide meetings.
i
The conference, a one-day af affair.
fair. affair. .ill be held at 9:30 a.m. at
JWB-L'SO and at 6:30 at Atlantic
branch, located at the corner of
School house Road and Moranon
Street in Gatun.
President Milton R. Hunter of
the. tint council will be the visit visiting"
ing" visiting" general authority. Hunter here
frohi Salt Lake City, Utah will be
accompanied by Edgar L. Wag Wagner,
ner, Wagner, president of the Central A A-mencau
mencau A-mencau Mission.
By Telephone
1 Immediate Coverage
Dial Panama 2-5000'
FRED HL'DDLESTON

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L1BRERIA PRECIADO
t Street n. u
Agendas Internal, de Publicaciones
k I Loner? Plaza
' CASA ZALDO
Central Ate. 4S

FOR SALE
Household
POP. SALE: 1 vanity-d.esser, I
chest of drawers, I wardrobe. All
the latest try Its. Also I new ra radio.
dio. radio. Phone 923-J Colon. Cristo Cristobal
bal Cristobal 3-3123.
FOR SALE: La 'g almost new
baby carriage $20. 2-2426.
FOR SALE: Two sing! beds,
springi and mattresses. Call 5 5-352
352 5-352 after 4 p.m. Sat. until Sun.
t p.m
FOR SALE; Norge automatic
washing machine, 60-cycle, used
8 months. Phone Rodman 3530.
FOR SA-rtsj,e $60, refri refrigerator
gerator refrigerator $75. gas stove $40, blond
mahogany dining room table and
6 chairs $125. Call Panama 3 3-6608.
6608. 3-6608. House 16 49th Street.
Requiem Mass Monday
For Mrs. Williams
A solemn high mass will be
sung the repose of the soul of
the late Mrs. Claris George Wil Williams
liams Williams at St. John the Baptiste de
la Salle Church Monday morning
at 6:30.
Mrs. Williams died
after a long illness.
recently

Art Of Flame Warfare Being Taught'
To Men Of 33rd Infantry Regiment!

Fire Follows

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?S AN?tt?S. Jm. 28 (UP)
rira louowed floodwaters
yes-
terday in one section of drenched
..'" r''i;;"7" "1" tu"f
Z
after yejterday.s worgt (torm in
on .....
.The freak fire broke out in the
.ant I-ord assemb y plant at Los;
3
flih ; th,..h "V nrr'Xrfr

zzxr work-:0f Revival Services
The plant is situated behind; 1 "'W,,,M,

dikes below the level of harbor I
waters at high tide and a break
in one of the walls helped increase!1

the depth of the water of the Fordi?" V?.une" 0I- r-ana.ma. J"nu ,'ne

grounds and spread tne flames.

One fatality was attnoutea to,u" V".

Thursday's flood which dumped 7.-
97 inches of rain on southern Ca Ca-iifonia
iifonia Ca-iifonia in a 48-hour period.
The body of seven -year old
Roger Weingarthner was discover
ed in the Rio Hondo wash in San
Gabriel Valley. He had been play-
ing outside his home and apparent-
iv fn fntn the ,flsh.
ly fell Into the wash.
Occasional sushine
hnehteneH
up the flooded areas yesterday as
the rains ceased and the runoff of
waters permitted some 700 eva
tiiric nr rs an ifi pk i'iiiiiiiv ill i c
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turn 10 weir nuiuea. Marr-h n tn March lf5 Bethel
o-nttd frt. Tom 1 X?A$ X?A$-gineers
gineers X?A$-gineers and expeits fiom thej N Sandford speakers.
he arrival if1 Music will be furnished during
that barring the arrival of, ... ..vgne gt

Finnish Cabinet
Resigns On Cost
Of Farm Products
HEI.5INK. Finland, Jan. 28 -lUP)
Agrarian Premier Urho
Kekkonen and his Socialist-Agrarian
Cabinet resigned today in a
dispute over farm prices.
Kekkonen, who too office only
this month, handed the resignation
to President Julio K. Paasiivi.
He explained that collaboration i
between the Socialist and Agrari Agrarian
an Agrarian members of the Cabinet seem seemed
ed seemed impossible.
The prime minister decided to
quit last night after the seven; De Democrat
mocrat Democrat ministers in the 15-mem-ber
Cabinet .told him they no long longer
er longer would cooperate with the Agrarians,-
The Democrats were un in arms
j because the price of milk, butter,
cream and cheese were raised
yesterday over their protest.
The crisis coincided with the pre presence
sence presence in Helsinki of a top Soviet
delegation for official turnover ce ceremonies
remonies ceremonies of the Porkkala Penin Peninsula,
sula, Peninsula, The Russians relingquished
their lease' on the military base
(area 40 miles southwest of Hel Hel-I
I Hel-I sini as a "gesture of goodwill."
Paasikivi was expected to urge
I Kekonen to stay on as premier
I until the new president takes of
fice March 1. P&asikivi's sixyear
term expires and electors will vote
new president Feb. 15. ..

LOURDES PHARMACY
1U La Canuquilla
FARMACIA LOMBARDO
It "B" Stmt
MORRISON
4Ui of July Av. A J St.

I Automobiles alcoholics anonymous
" tnB tArz box 203i, ancon, c.z.
i FOR SALE; 8us.ro Chevrolet, BOX 1211. CRISTOBAL. C.Z.
excellent condition. Bargain. 8th
Street, Melendes 8020, Apt. 7,
4 p.m. week days. Williams Analytical Audit "eports
Fiduciary Capacity
Wonted to Buy r.rtXkW;...
WANTED TO BUY: Scrap lead.
We pay 6 cents per pound. Hoja- CO R A I P i
lateria Panama, Fhonc 3-6122. JAM-1 S
wanted to buy: Smooth- Miscellaneous
tires, suitable for reconstruction.
''Reconstructora Nacional," Peru 'OR SALE: Sohmer console
Avenue No. 7 Phone 2-0406. spinet piano and bench, excel-
" lent condition, color black. Cost
rrrt riTr "ew $930' ,or 65- Tel.
rUK jALC phone Balboa 2896.
Real Estate FOR SALE: Steinway piano in

FOR SALE: Attractive iesidenct
near Santa Clara Beach and prox proximities
imities proximities Casino: lots of trees cap capacity
acity capacity for twelve persons. Reason Reasonable
able Reasonable price. Phone 3-0019 be between
tween between 8 a.m. and 5 p m.
FOR SALE: 14 small lots of
land at Monte Oscuro, all or sep separate.
arate. separate. Easy payment. Agendas
Thomas, 259 Central Ave. (Ca (Ca-lidqnial.
lidqnial. (Ca-lidqnial. FOR SALE: Three concrete ful fully
ly fully furnished chalets. Electricity,
water, 1 and '2 miles from
check station in Arraijan, right
side, Pan American Highway.
Sign at entrance.
Flood Waters
I new storm as heavy as the last,
the flood danger officially was ov over.
er. over. Property damage estimates

ranged from one to two million In antrvmen in the ,rnnr
dollars but agriculturists said thellLl.In!.ym?. !'"the PPer

i l u j ; j : uniuinnLcc, servicing ana uring
heneflt TO nflrphert farm nnH ramiol.f i ..

land wouldexceed that figure The
rainfall for the storm exceeded

rain recentjflame thrower, operation and

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. : ... ,!he can use in coniunctinn with hi.

Ausf"f "JT1"1 s"v c" w"
held by the Evangelical Mm .1-,
,f7'r, u s"
The schedule is as follows:
Jan. 30 to Feb. 2 Christian
Mission Church, Chorrillo. Speak Speaker,
er, Speaker, Rev. J. W. Rogers.
Feb. 6 to Feb. 9 Gamboa Bapt Baptist
ist Baptist Church. Rev. Sorehide, speak speaker.
er. speaker. V, V r,hX7
Mission Church, Guachapah. Rev.
W- USWan.
Feb. 27 to March 1 Christian!
Mission Church. La Boca. Rev. J. ;
H. O'Neil.
ma l i l Hn wot fi .Tn t i r Art a
-
J. C. Brewster. i
I. Harewood, Christ For Youth
Fellowship shorus, the Kin g's
Four and the Victory Quartet.
TOPS MITCHELL Herbert
C. Faschen -upset one of the
biggest Democratic names in
Illinois while winning the par party's
ty's party's nomination for governor.
The Cook County treasurer
was selected instead of former
Democratic National Chairman
iniepnen a. rviucneu, wtin
'Wddicg fpi th job.

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LEWIS SERVICE
Ave tiroll No. 4
FARMACIA ESTADOS UNIDOS
14J Central Ivnu
FARMACIA LUX
It t Mitral Aveaao

MISCELLANEOUS
leaving country.
Panama.
Call 3-3587
FOR SALE: Hallicrafter model
S-38-C radio receiver. Housa
8014-B, Margarita (near gas
station )
BABY ORCHIDS corsages, bou bouquets,
quets, bouquets, delivered anywhere United
States, Canal Zone. Panama.
Phone Pan. 3-077), Cristobal
1033.
FOR SALE: 2 Hobart electric
meat grinders, new. $125 each.
Destlladora Nacional, S A.
A flame-throwing course is be being
ing being taught personnel of the 33rd
Infantry regiment at the Chemic Chemical
al Chemical corps Panama Area Damage
Control school in Cuiundu to pre prepare
pare prepare infantymen jn the art of
flame warfare.
Initiating the first of five cours courses
es courses Tuesday was Col. Robert E. Cof Coffey,
fey, Coffey, 33rd Infantry Regimental com commander,
mander, commander, who opened class proceed proceedings
ings proceedings by firing a flame thrower.
1 r-1"' 2
j-i unary purpose or tne new
r'l'tgZedrth'e" course
uJSntMf.'l
are
tenance of air compressors, ere-
paration of various flame fuels
;ana preparation of flame mine'
liieiQs ana lire bombs. The latter
Uwo are field expedients in flame
wanare.
Instruction is given in field strip striping,
ing, striping, nomenclature, assembly and
disassembly of the flame thrower
When flame throwing techniques
are properly applied, the infantry
man ua n euiceni weapon whic
basic infantry weabons in aitui
wherrtL enemv i. trn?;
intronched in cave, nri nin uZV:
caves and nill hnvm
In sue instances flame ii nftn
his most effective weapon.
Teaching the classes are instruct instructors
ors instructors from the PADC school. Each
course will be of three days dura
tion wim special emphasis placed
on practical work in the fielrf
In charge of the organization of
the school is Lt, Richard D. Cas Castor,
tor, Castor, plans and training nffienr f
i U T ri? Tifi i t rrt i .
"rr. vucmicai section
rul1 yion-
Sioux Indians Sel
To Handle Own Fund
CHEYENNE AGENCY, S D .-(UP)
(UP) .-(UP) A South Dakota tribe of
Sioux is about to start a new chap chapter
ter chapter in Indian history.
The Sioux of the Cheyenne River
Indian reservation are to rpreiva
about $10,000,000 in settlement for
the taking of more than 100,000
acres oi trioai land for the mam
moth Oahe Reservoir on the
Missouri River.
About half of the money is to be
earmarked for rehabilitation. The
rehabilitation fund is to be ad administered
ministered administered by the tribe, marking
the first time a tribe has been
given control and supervision of
its funds.
The Cheyenne River Sioux al
ready have proved themselves to
be good businessmen.
During the past 20 years, the
tribe has so successfully managed
its tribal holdings that it has de developed
veloped developed from a penniless organiza organization
tion organization to one i with net assets of
nearly $1,000,000.
The rehabilitation fund is to be
used to improve the lot of the some
575 families and individual mem members
bers members of the tribe. One of the major
phases of the program ; will be
establishment of trades training
courses and the setting up of in individuals
dividuals individuals in their trades on and off
the reservation.
The money also will be used to
resettle some 200 families whose
land is being taken for the reser
voir.
The program also will include
i the lending of funds for livestock
and farming and the giving of
i grants for high school and college
i education.

FOR RENT

Apartments
ATTENTION G. I.I Just built
modem furnished apartments, I,
2 bedrooms, hot, cold villi,
Phone Panama 3-4941.
FOR RENT: Two large loams,
apartment in new building: hot
water, neatly finished. Avenida
Jose f co de la Ossa (Automobile
Row) in front Firestone Ricar Ricar-do
do Ricar-do A. Mir. S.A., Phone 2-3436.
FOR RENT: Two modern 2 2-bedroom
bedroom 2-bedroom apartments in recently
built beautiful building. Exclu Exclusive
sive Exclusive location Call 2-3397 or 3 3-6807.
6807. 3-6807. FOR RENT: Furnished apart apartment
ment apartment with living room, dining
room and three bedrooms, in
Bella Vista district, near trans transportation
portation transportation to downtown. Market
and drugstore half a block. Tele Telephone
phone Telephone 3-1927,
FOR RENT: Large, cool, mod modern
ern modern 2-bedroom furnished apart apartment
ment apartment with maid's room and bath,
3 large balconies, beautiful view,
1 March to 1 June. North Amer American
ican American neighbors. Phone 3-0327.
FOR RENT: Pleasant, cool 3 3-bedroom
bedroom 3-bedroom apartment. Half a block
from Union Club. $80. Call Bal Balboa
boa Balboa 1441
FOR RENT: Large furnished a a-partment,
partment, a-partment, one couple or two.
American neighbors. 48th Street
No. 27, apartment No. 2.
FOR RENT: Unfurnished apart apartment,
ment, apartment, two bedrooms, two baths,
maid's room, sitting-diriing room,
porch, garage, $100, at Bella
Vista, N. Obarrio Street No. 23.
See De Castro, Avenue "B" No.
9-42. Phone 2-1616 Panama.
FOR RENT: Furnished apart apartment,
ment, apartment, military inspected. Via Po Po-rras
rras Po-rras No. 99. Phone 3-2068.
FOR RENT: Furnished apart apartment
ment apartment on Via Porras 120, next
to Roosevelt Thter, Phono 3 3-5024.
5024. 3-5024. FOR RENT: Modern n-bd-room
ipartmont, 2nd Stroot, P P-rejil.
rejil. P-rejil. Inquire Via Espana No. 17.
Phono 3-1277.
HelpWaWd
WANTED: Cook with refar refar-oncai.
oncai. refar-oncai. Must sleep in. 45th Street
No. 30, upstairs.
Pelicans Will Get
Big Bang From This
KAMPOLO, UGANDA (UP)
A pelican-scaring scheme is to be
started on Uganda's Lake George,
where thousands of storks and
pelicans are ravaging the fish pop
ulation.
Special "baneer" machines have
5Mn 0.rrrea wnlcn
bang a sh?tgun
'been ordered which will let off a
every 20
after beine
!.?as. or 10 nours
filled with a couple of handfuis of
carbide. The machines act on the
same principle as carbide lamps
except mat they produce a series
of explosions instead of a steady
flame.
The carbide bangs will be inter interspersed
spersed interspersed with an occasional real
shotgun round to persuade the
pelicans that there's no fooling.
Otherwise they would soon realize
that the noise was harmless.
The government-sponsored fish fisheries
eries fisheries on Lake George supply the
whole of Uganda and parts of
Kenya, lijey take more
than!
0,000,000 pounds of fish a year
from the lake. They would like to
make it 9,000,000 pounds, but the
pelicans and maribou storks dis disagree.
agree. disagree.
The birds are estimated to take
about the same weight of fish from
the lake as the men. A pelican
eats about three tons of fish a
year.
The fisheries' latest effort to In Increase
crease Increase the yield is to build a
series of ponds where the small
fry can be reared. This move has
proved highly popular with the
birds which regard the ponds as a
sort of snack bar. They decimate
the. small fry before going on to
the main course on the lake. It is
on the ponds that the experimental
"pelican bangers" will be installed.
Check, Dated '34,
Cashed For $.40
COLUMBUS, Ohio, Jan. 28 (IIP)
State Treasurer Roger W. Tra Tracy
cy Tracy cashed a 22-year-old check,
for 40 cents, today.
The warrant, signed by the trea treasurer's
surer's treasurer's late father, Joseph T. Tra Tracy
cy Tracy as state auditor, was issued in
1934 to Aurthur Kovalik, against
funds of Ohio University,
Kovalik, who live, in Kirkwood,
Mo., wrote that "in going through
my files 1 found this check for 40
lcents. Can I stHl be paid these
j And would anv interest be due me
for some 22 years"
Tracy and State Auditor James
A, Rhodes agreed the warrant was
good, but only for the face amount
no interest.

HOUSEHOLD EXCHANGE
t. Fee it la On At. Ne. 41
FOTO DOMY
Aest tlwwH Av. ui S3 St.
FARMACIA VAN-DER-DIJS
gtictt N. II

RESORTS
FOSTER'S COTTAGES. On milo
past Casino. Law to tea. Phone
Botboa 1166.
PHILLIPS Ocaansida Cottage,
Santo Clara, lox 435, Bolboo.
Phone Panama J-1 877, Cristo Cristobal
bal Cristobal 3-1673.
Shrapnel' furnished houias en
baach at Santa Clara. TeUphon
Thompson, Balboa 1772.
Gramlich't Santa Clara Beach
Cottages. Modern conveniences,
moderate rates. Phona Gamboa
6-441.
Position Offered
WANTED: Experienced bilin bilingual
gual bilingual stenographer, diversified
duties for American company.
Send resume including salary de desired
sired desired to Box 705, Panama.
WANTED: Young bilingual
mala bookkeeper-typist, experi experienced.
enced. experienced. American firm, Send re resume
sume resume including salary desired to
Box 705 Panama.
WANTED: Salesman helper
with references and driver's li license
cense license for Panama and C. Z.
Write to Box 842 Panama
How D'ya Like Your
Hoi Dogs! There's
A Color To Suit All
CHICAGO -(VP)- A company
that makes "skins" for skinless
frankfurters says that manv Amer Americans
icans Americans wouldn't eal hot dog's unless
they were tinted to change their
natural color.
"There's nothing wrong with the
natural shade, of course," said
Larry Cullin, director of sales
development for Tee-Pac Corp.,
"It's just that people aren't used
to the pale tan color."
Cullin explained that the meat
mixture that goes into skinless
frankfurters is the consistency of
tooth paste. It's forced into vegetable-dyed
cellulose casings that
come in six different tints, ranging
from a deep red for red-hots to a
light orange. The casing imparts
most of the color to the hot dog.
Smoke does the rest.
Cullin said people in the South
prefer red-hots, while easterners
go for orange-colored frankfurters.
In the Southwest, red or dark
orange are the most popular
light orange. On the west coast,
jail shades of hot dogs are popular
I because manv DeoDle there come
from other parts of the country.
Cullin's firm makes its casings
I from cotton lenters short cotton
'fibers that are changed into cel-
lulose through a chemical process
The cellulose "strand" is forced
through adye that moulds it into
a casing, or tube, ranging from
One-half to one inch iii diameter.
The casings are cut off in 10,000 10,000-foot
foot 10,000-foot lengths, then into 55-foot
lengths which are pleated until
they are reduced to 10 inches.
Next, the casings go to the packer.
At the packing house, the 10-inch
tube is put on a stuffing horn like
a faucet and meat from a big tank
is forced into the casing, which
unpleats out to its 55-footlength as
it fills up. rnese jengins are ueu
together and then the frankfurters
are linked. The casing eitner is
tied off with string or twisted
about every five inches.
Next the long lengths of frank frankfurters
furters frankfurters are placed on racks in the
smokehouse, amidst tne tumes oi
smouldering hickory sawdust, for
four hours. They're cooked in a
tank, then chilled.
Finallv the cellulose casing is
peeled off. What remains is a skin skinless
less skinless frankfurter tinted to the de desired
sired desired shade, with a thin soft crust
on the outside.
2 Sewer Cleaners
Choked On Fumes
LINDEN: N.J. Jan. 28 (UP)
Two professional sewer clean cleaners
ers cleaners choked to death today when
overcome by fumes while working
in a sewer at the Bavway refinery
of the Esso Standard Oil Co.
Police identified them as John
J, Brady, 35, of Elizabeth, N.J.,
and Otto Dold, 28, of Philadel Philadelphia,
phia, Philadelphia, both employes of the Pitts Pittsburgh
burgh Pittsburgh Pipe Cleaning Co.
Rocco Albany, 45, of Elizabeth,
went to the aid of the men when
he heard their cries but was forc forced
ed forced back by the fumes.
40-Yeor-Old
Pilot Attempts
Non-Stop Record
WHITE PLAINS, N.Y., Jan. 28:
(UP) A Trans-wolrd Airlines:
pilot was completing prepara-1
tions today for an attempt to
fly non-stop to Rome in a sin single
gle single engine monoplane.
William Judd, 40, who has;
flown the Atlantic 120 times as
a commercaii pilot, plants to j
take off tomorrow. If he has e e-nough
nough e-nough fuel he will try to fly
non-stop to Cairo, about 6,0001
miles from New York. 1

FARMACIA EL BATURRO
;' '"Wi-'" I Street
FARMACIA "SAS"
' U Parraj 111
NOVEDADES A THIS

V-s Espana Ave,
FOR RENT
Rooms
FOR RENT: Small bedroom fur furnished
nished furnished for sinal person. Apply
personally to Cub Avenue No.
38-29, next to Comisariato Don
Bosco.
FOR RENT: Furnished largo
bedroom for bachelor, private
bathroom, privaf entrance, all
scrcantd. Phone 3-1648.
FOR RENT
Miscellaneous
FOR RENT: Spacious locale.
9'ound. Justo Arosemena Ave Avenue
nue Avenue No 37-11. Inquire 37th
Street No. 4-23.
FOR RENT: Shop or storage
apace; floor space about 650
feet. Inquire janitor at 63 4th
July Ay.
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A brief HISTORY of Canal zone Brownie ccuuo activities is
given by Mrs. S. F. Mason, chairman of District Girl Scout.
Council here, to members of the Lt. Garvyn H. M'mmblow
Memorial Post No. 3876, VFW, during a presentation -ceremony. -Flags
were presented to the Brownie troops of Coco Solito
celebrating Youth Welfare Day in conjunction with national
VFW Week. Mrs. Ida McDade (center) is acting president of
the ladies euxiliary, and Robert Robinson (right) is the

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THREE enlisted Army men and a civilian were recently award awarded
ed awarded Department of the Army Suggestion Award Certificates in
a ceremony held in the office of the Machine Records Unit by
Lt. Col. Charles A. Rowan, Executive Officer of the Adjutant
General. The three men all MRU enlisted men are (froms
left to right): sp2 Clayton L. Sleeper, sft. Earie G. Whitely,
and Sfc. Jerry L. Wrinkle. C. Leigh Stevenson, historian and
management improvement officer, was awarded a certificate for for-.
. for-. ; his outstanding proficiency rating. i
(U.S. Army Photo)

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will repair any kind of(watch,
completely guaranteed
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FOR
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FOR RENT
Houses
FOR RENT: Recently built cor.
nr house 50th Street: 3 bed bedrooms,
rooms, bedrooms, maid's room, etc. Go ad
value. Call Telephones Panama
3-3170 or 3-1260.
FOR RENT: 3-badroom chalet,
3 bat ha, independent maid 'a
quarters and laundry, two porch porches.
es. porches. Gerardo Ortega St. No. 10.
Call at Gerardo Ortega No. 4,
iParedesl.
WANTED
Houses
WANTED: National Distiller
executive and wife, no children,
requires 3 -bedroom house, pref preferably
erably preferably in El Cangrcje. Call 3 3-4729,
4729, 3-4729, Panama City.
WANTED: By American, per permanent
manent permanent residence, 3 or 4-bed-room
house or apartment in resi residential
dential residential section. Phona Panama
3-0128.
oi tne post.
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Q 0 I rlll ox 134, Panama
Social and Jtherwi3e
" or
(flj Staffers Box 5037, Jlncon
Jl m It nc4ii.il ly l.f.pLn, .-, 2-074" c 2 0741 900 t ... Jj-
MAJOR GENERAL AND MRS. C L. CORB1N WILL
VISIT COLONEL AND MRS. C. O. BRUCE IN ANCON
Major General and Mrs. C. L. Corbin will arrive next week-end to Tisit their son-in-law
and daughter, the Health Director and Mrs. Charles O. Bruce. Accompanying them will be
another daughter Miss Dolly Corbin, who will also stay with the Bruces at their Ancon
residence.
In the same party the Undersecretary of the Army and Mrs. Charles Finucane, cousins
of Mrs. Bruce, will arrive on an official visit. They will be guests of the Panamanian Am Ambassador
bassador Ambassador to Washington and Mrs. J. J. Valla ring. They will be accompanied by Mr. and
Mrs. R. Brinklev Smithers.

Entertainments tentatively plan planned
ned planned for these distinguished visitors
start with a reception to be given
by General and Mrs. William K.
Harrison, Feb. 8.
The following evening I eb. 9
General and Mrs. Lionel C. Mc j
Garr will entertain in their honor. I
Colonel ana Mrs. t,u. Btnct
have issued invitations for a re reception
ception reception Feb. 10, and J. J. Vallarino
Jr. and Mrs. Hilda Mercer are
planning a party to be held Feb.
12.
President and Mrs. Arias
Fart Diplomatic Corps
His Excellency, President of the
Republic of Panama and Mrs. Ri Ri-cardo
cardo Ri-cardo Arias were hosts for a ban banquet
quet banquet at the Union Club last eve evening
ning evening in honor of members of the
Diplomatic Corps accredited to Pan
ama.
Back From Visiting
In Managua, Nicaragua
Mr. and Mrs. Walter R. Hunnicutt
and dauahtei' Janie, and Mr. Al
berto Stevenson, returned Wednes Wednesday
day Wednesday evening by plane from Mana-
sua, Nicaragua. They were in Ni
caracim for a week visiting with;r
Col, and Mrs. James W. Pumpel Pumpel-lv.
lv. Pumpel-lv. Col. Pumpellv formerly Com Commandant
mandant Commandant of the USARCARIB School
at Fort Gulick is now Chief of Ar Array;
ray; Array; Missions in Nicaragua. :
Doctors' Wives Enjoy
Panamanian Luncheon
The Doctors' Wives Club were j
enieriameu uy w "luuV'"i' j
national ocnooi oi vani-uig
luncheon Wednesday. Hostesses for
tlin luncheon WPTP, Mrs. R. L. Es-

U.,.ni mm I mini'
Ami OlllClSltu HI uic iiitA-wnft. w.,,
nakl tribute to past president Mrs.
Avery King, who will soon be lee
ing the Isthmus.
Members present were Mesdam
Brown J. R. West. Frank Smith,
B L WiUet. J. B. Nichols, D. Senz-!
ft G. E. Johnson, J. MarUnei, H.
Webb', w". Dougherty, R. Matheney,;
' ... ... cm.: t D

,uivei. v..um..,au, .""-(-.': Panama carnival yue; r; that as the Morecambe Bav car-(Presentations oi mree artists, all '2. SONATA in E Major SCARLATT
Mrs, Filos-Diaz and Mrs. u. v-c- Appcaring with her will be tnericd a toU, compcmcnt o( 2"oo of-.'members of the Armed Forces mi ETUDES SYMPHONIQUES Op
oeno. .Misses Carmen and 1,M,tJ0;,'eficers and men, drawn from all f the Canal Zone, who are aecomp- 13 SCHUMANN
The president Mrs. L. Picard-; Smith, daughters of Mr .and mis. wa,ks Qf ife jn th(J Brjtish Isles jhshed pianists, SP3 Dale Brooks, ; BENJAMIN WHITTEN
Ami officiated at the meeting. Sherj. Barlley Smith. Music for me at- hg fe ,hft tWs provided one 0j 7440th AU, Hq. Det., Fort Ama- 3. FIVE PRELUDES .. CHOPIN

A. (i. ringernuu, anuusuv, ".imaKe u- -- ..11:n()ivice presiueni, ftivin r. neyu, oiu
B White E. W. Michclson R. B. sclvcs ani their guests by vice, president, Dr. Rafael De Boy-!

Stewart. H. Hartmann, G. Lull,.Mrs. Howard Johnson aa-.

K WnilC. r.. n. ailtliwauii ...

E. de Alba. W. K. Ben. b. tjerioii,0r Mrs. wauei vu..---, --

TT A Gprrans. K
Arias. f. J. i
HoUol A. I,. Robertson, G. L, Whit-;
ington, J.: E. Simms. J. T. Lovett,
L. Z1ZUS, E. renumswn.
Hunt, R. H. Mitchell, C. H. Glines,
F, H. Urban, E. D. Pence, Van
Richmond, N, M. Newport, L.
Fontaine, M. R. Seymour, P.
Womtanarrl, S. Caplan, R. L.
Hughes, H. Garner, M. Tarlmgton.
Guests present were trs. nat-
riet King, guest of Mrs. Avery King!
Mrs. .J.' M. Stuart guest of Dr.
Grace Stuart, Mrs. Hackett guest
nf Mrs. West and Mrs. Kohl and
Mrs; Sevmour. auest of Mrs. Hen-l
rickson. ; I
j
Beta Chapter Beta Sigma Phi

' Alice Mciiann ana n.ay juonu,A. H. a. Perkins eniertainea we

were hostesses to Beta Chapter,
Beta Sigma Phi Sorority on Wednes
day evening at the Klontz home
in Margarita.,: Nancy Ramsey, De
Voll, chairman of the Mile of Dimes
or the March of Dimes thanked
everyone for making the project
such a success. Mr. i. z,. aeuers,
President of the Margarita-Cristobal
Civic. Council was the winner
of two dinners donated by the

Cristobal Yacht Club for the larg-iand

LUWUHl IOI.1IV VIUW Wl Mm mifi
t non-member contribution, :

Kathleen Huffman and Kay Colonel and Mrs. John J. Daviesjlie Reccia, supreme chaplain; Do Do-Klont?
Klont? Do-Klont? spoke of the Cake Sale Captain and Mrs. John Andrews, Hha Cougher, supreme vice-presid-planned
for Feb. 6, adjacent to the Jr., Mr. and Mrs- B. I. Everson.lent; and Geraldine Cellucci, Sup Sup-Margarita
Margarita Sup-Margarita Post Office. Delicious itr. and Mrs. John Biggs, Mr. anc reme trustee,
homa made pies, cakes and cook- Mrs. John Blennerhassett and Mr. Mrs. Floda Monaco was the re-

ies will be sold from two o'clock
until five.
Mrs. Evelyn Trottier, Camp
Chairman for the Girl Scouts of
America was introduced to the
group oy Norma De Voll. Mrs.
Trottier, with contagious enlhusi'
asm for her "pet" subject told of
just how each individual girl is
carefully prepared for the big event
of an outdoor camp-out. She told
many amusing incidents encounter encountered
ed encountered in the training.
Betty Ogilvie, whose subject for
the Cultural Program was Liter Literature
ature Literature gave an inspirational talk on
the Bible.
At the conclusion of the meeting
refreshments were served by the
hostesses. The table was centered
with a low crystal bowl filled with
red hibiscus, with tall white tapers
in silver noiders at each side.
Members attending the meeting!
'tore Marion Greene, Sponsor( Nan-1
ty Kamscy, Betty Oguvie, Jean i
Coffey. Jean Judge; Norma Dc

Voll, Mary Roddy, Clyde Parker,
Glenna Thomas, Doris Leeser, Bet Betty
ty Betty Slaughter, Kathleen Huffman,
Jovce Burkart, and pledges Betty
Allen. Dorothy Clausnitzer, Diane

Cansilier, Joanne Reccia, Barbara
Egolf and Alice McGann.
Carnival Thtma For
College Club Tea
The annual Canal Zone College
Club Tea to be held at the Army Army-Navy
Navy Army-Navy Club at Fort Amador Satur Saturday,
day, Saturday, Feb. 4, at 3:00 p.m. will of offer
fer offer a varied program in the spir spirit
it spirit of the forthcoming Carnival.
Mrs. Mercedes Alesire Smith.
well-known to Isthmian groups for.
her knpwledge and interpretation
of Panama, will give an explana explanation
tion explanation of the folklore and history of
the Carnival, and the traditional
dress, the Pollera, Montuna, and
Montuno.
, An exhibition of the Tamhonto
onnthpr native folklore dances of
Panama has been arranged under ;
the direction of Senor Aniceto mos-
thp Folklore
n,; r.laeS at the National

c(.hnol of Dance in Panama. Danc-iwn

s-h f arrival Dance Exhibi-
tion Group will be Dona Margari Margarita
ta Margarita Lozano, famous for her inter interpretation
pretation interpretation of the dances, and for

o?-;&in, been found wanting in times of Na Na-ana
ana Na-ana gom jewc i;r y tional or local disasters a n d in-
Pinwl, a member -c-f the e n reaadiness with which

known rncet vonjumu,
plays the native dances during the
season; and Senorita Inez
Maria Herstn.
aria nersw.
A snecial Sliest who Will particip-1
ate in the day's program is seno-j
rita Maritza van Hoorde, me JM,
t r nt mi

uoiuv,. "... i lie itn uiai mis jiivviucu uiic m, i- v
',ir will be played by a wnjumoilnc means 0f giving people a-jdor; A-2c Robert G, Jaekle, 19781
de-the direction of Senor LamD-ibroad sQme j(ca q Britain and;AASC, Albrook Air Force Basel
, u A tnlp;her people. and SP3 Benjamin Whittcn, 23rd

$11. a .v
rtiiege Club members and tneir,

iual Carnival Tea are askea to iowing officers had been elected
Car their pollcras and momunas(for ensuing ycar. president, Jo-'

Reservations must "c i
Feb. 2 at .6:00 p.m. Members may
il n.api'atlnriK tor llient
st'lt? an... v," c--- -JTO 1
boa-2608.

Middlemas

Rritisn v.omui v; bod uegg announcea mat an ar-
At Republic of India Irangements had been completed
Anniversary Celebration for the annual Rotary Anniversa-
Among the guests entertained byjry party t0 be held at the Wash Wash-N.
N. Wash-N. Jhamatmal for the anniversary iinglon Hotei on Saturday Feb. 4
celebration of the Republic of India ; at 7:00 and that in consequence
were Her Majesty's Consul and there will be no meeting next
Mrs. A. H. B. Perkins and Com-Xhursday.

manner i. o. iYiuyiu;, u.o.v,...
and Captain P. White, officers of :
the H.M.S. "Morecambe Bay" now,
,n p0rt
Consul and Mrs. Perkins
Entertain "Morecambe Bay"
Commander, Officers I
Her Majesty's Consul and Mrs.
Commander and Officers of the:
jH.M.S. 'Morecombe Bay' -on Thurs-
day evening with a bunet dinner
7:j : .i
at tnetr resiaence in oion.
Officers included Commander T
S. Meyrick, D.S.C.R.N., Captain P.
White,- Lt. Cmdr. Cochrane, Lt.
Cmdr. Nelson, Lt. Lange, Lt. Wel Wel-lesley.
lesley. Wel-lesley. Surgeon Lt. Watson and Mid
shipmaa Smith: also Governor and
Mrs. Jose Maria Gonzalez, Mayor
Mrs. Jose Dominador Bazan
IB1JU iTJ.19, lIVBC VUllllliaUVI LtdCail
Captain and Mrs. James G. Crai I
and Mrs. Robert Weise, Jr,
British Naval Attache
Guests At Rotary Luncheon
Captain A. J. H. White, D.S.C
R.N. British Naval Attache and i
Commander T. J. Meyrick, D.S.C.,
IR.N., Commanding Officer of HMS
"Morecambe Bay," were guests of

the Club at the weekly meeting ofling secretary, Miriam Smith; trus trus-the
the trus-the Cristobal Colon Rotary Club on! tee, Margaret Graham; Marshall,
Thursday and were accompanied Velta Sharp; Assistant Marshalls,
by Sub-Lieutenant Ashton and Mid-1 Helen Quinlan and Jerry Warford;
shipman F,itzwilliam of the More- chaplain, Diana Bright; assistant
cam be Bay as guests of Rotarian chaplain, Dorothy Rose; organ organ-Alan
Alan organ-Alan Perkins, British Consul in 1st, Gertrude Roberto; press cor cor-Colon.
Colon. cor-Colon. r ; respondent, Ida Lovelady; hisUnv

Commander Meyrick. in theUan Lyla Esler: guards, Gertrude

course of a talk on the work of
the "Royal Navy in Peace Time"
said that in his view this fell un
der three catesories (1) To be
readv (2V To render service and
finally to represent the British!
peop:e and their outlook on life. I
Readiness, Commander described!
as a state of mind to be prcpar

JEETIMSjj
1 I

F.ach notice (or inclusion in thin
column should submitted in type typewritten
written typewritten form and mailed to one o(
the box numbers listed daily in "So "Social
cial "Social and Otherswise.'' or delivered
by hand to the office. Notices of
meetings cannot be accepted by tele telephone.
phone. telephone. Isthmian Nurses
Mtet Wtdncsday
A very important meeting will
De held by the Isthmian Nures
Association at 7:30 cm. Wednes
day, Feb. 1 in the new conference
room at Ward 17, Section D of
uorgas Hospital. Voting on 1m
portant issueTill be ?one at thej
meeting.
Mr. Malcom Magruder will show!
coior fiims on central America
ed. at all times to meet and cope
tne unexpected,, either at sea
111 poi las 10 service, inespea
er reminded his listeners that not
only the Royal Navy but all Navies
and Military forces in general,
eruisii ana loreign had never
stanced the reaadiness with which
the Armed Forces of many na nations
tions nations have come to the rescue in

laiuas ucvasiaii'U uy uuuu, earui-'f;f

..... ...
tit.

Jn ilustrating his third pointlannert for Monday at 8:13 p.m.)
Commander Mevrick pointed out! The program will feature the;

IltL J
Pr idcnt Le Davis announcedMP Co., J'ort Clayton.

seph Harrington, 1st Vice presi-

)dent Ernesto- foU)- Estenoz: 2nd of Music in New York under James)
;.. ii..:. r ty I. n ll,Vlcbln Ua hue hie rlnaran in mil. I

lor lhfn--i vice president, Alvin P. Heyd; 3rd Friskin. He has his degree in mu- ROMANCE Op. 2 4No. 9 SIB SIB-DV
DV SIB-DV cailmi ,, ,,,:,ii n.fi n p J sienlnpv. The nianist hnfore enter-: vi n'c

llp m Cfliutlll, vi. namti u.
iernoudt; tpanisn secretary, iar-
men Sanhlippo; treasurer, w. a.
Balboa Emblem Club 49 1
Holds Installation
lem Club No. 49 were installed in
The oflicers of the Baiooa tino-
an impressive ceremony at the
Balboa B.P.O.E. Lodge No. 1414 on
La Boca Road, for last week. The
lodge hall was beautifully decoart-
ed for the oceasion, eacn station
being banked with purple bougauv
villaea and yellow daisies. The of-
tjcers, attired in ballerina lengm
'V : t.l un.lna
:aresses oi variuus pasici mouh
woere orchid corsages tied with
gold ribbon, the emblematic col colors
ors colors of the club.
Mrs. Ann Hentschel. S u p r e me
District Deputy, installed the new
ofiicers. She was assisted by the
fnllnwinff installing suite: Jeannet-
te Cain; supreme marshal; Helen
IC Villll, BUpiCllll. hihioiip,,
Morrison, supreme secretary; Mil-
tirina Dresident
The incoming officers were: pres president,
ident, president, Mina Dee; junior past presi president,
dent, president, Floda Monaco; 1st Vice presi president,
dent, president, Adelaide Seldon; 2d vice
president, Vera Bolek; financial
secretary, Emily Rowe: treasur treasurer,
er, treasurer, Ursula Dwey; recording sec
retary, Anna Kiernan; correspond-
lau xjj la mhoii guDiusi J
Paige and Thelma Camby
At the close of the installation,
Mrs. Hentschel turned the gavel
over to the Bew president. Mrs
Dee '.'who then ronduotpH the rlna-
ing of the meeting. Miss Melida
Marshall furnished the music for
the installation and accompanied
Miss Ann Livingston who sang sev-

gencral secrCtary, Jose Bev-i'ng.

4

MRS. CHARLES ALBERT THOMAS The former Miss Joseoh-

ine Hoffman whose marriage to
and Mrs Charles Edward

shown in her wedding gown. Mrs. Thomas is the daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Hoffman of Pittsburg. Pa. Her husband,
a Korean veteran, is an auditor for Ernest and Ernest Audit Co.
In Pittsburgh, Pennyslvsnia.

Benefit Concert Is Monday
At JWB For Dimes' March

The annual March of Dimes Bene-
. ,,,,
i"i -vai at cue uou-jwrj .irm-i
ed For Service Center has hopn
. ... ... ..
Seattle, Washington, is a graduate
of the University of Washington,
ana stuaieo piano at juuiara scnooi
'," : "Iff
sicology. The pianist, before enter-
the service, played m many;
- a ,i --,
recitals in the northwest United
States,

During his service career here,; ROBERT C. JAEKLE
he has appeared at many functions' a cordial invitation is extended
in both the Canal Zone and the Re- to military personnel and their
public of Panama. He also held families, and to the public, both of
first place title in the 1955 Pana-;the Canal Zone and the Republic
ma Area All Army Talent COnt-lnf Panama In altond this wnrthv

est, m the instrumental category, j bcnfit aflair. The price of admis admis-Following
Following admis-Following his discharge from the, sjon js tcn dimes.
United States Army, SP3 Brooks I
plans to continue his study of mu-!R I
sic, and later anticipates a teach UrA.1 Anf An fiaCAI1

ing career in his cnosen tieia.
A-2c Robert G. Jaekle, of Sey
mour Connecticut graduated f.o"

me university oi VOiuiecucui, imi p w
the field of music education, at
the early age of 20. A piano stud- ST, PETER'S CHURCH
ent of Dr. Martin Burton of the Service at St. Peter's church, La
University of Connecticut, he has i Boca, tomorrow will be in obser obser-been
been obser-been presented in many private vance of Septuagesima Sundav,
recitals. During his music career, which begins the pre-lenten sea sea-he
he sea-he taught piano to blind students son.
at the Hartford School for the) Father John Spear, priest in
Blind, and has been inspired tot charge,, will be in the parish for
pursue the field of music : therapy choral Communion at 7 a.m. and
for his careeer upon his discharge evensong 7:30 p.m. The church
from the service. j school superintendent will con-
- SP3 Benjamin Whitten, f rom;auct mormng piayer at in. :

Bammore, waryiana, graouaieu, special preachers are booed
from the DeShazo College of Mu-,for the f00lowing Sunday, which

sic in Memphis, Tennessee, and
:uJ,, rnneA.afil.ir r.f
from the ly X
Music in Baltimore, Maryland. He
is on leave of absence as a memb member
er member of the teaching staff. SP3 Whit Whitten
ten Whitten has' appeared as soloist with the
Memphis Symphony Orchestra,
the North Carolina Symphony Or Orchestra,
chestra, Orchestra, the Peabody Chamber Or Orchestra,
chestra, Orchestra, the Cumberland Orchestra,
and the Baltimore Symphony Or Orchestra.
chestra. Orchestra. He has also appeared in num numerous
erous numerous recitals in the southern
states and the East Coast,
The program to be presented is
as follows:
eral beautiful selections. The but
going president was presented with

a past president's pin which was;Sunday will be in observance of
especially made for her four year'Scptuagesima. Which marks the
of faithful service as president, beginning of the pre-lenten sea-

Tne installation was followed by
a buffet in the lounge. The table
was beautifully appointed with the
same flower and color scheme as
used in the lodge room. .Mrs. Thel Thelma
ma Thelma Camby officiated as mistress
of ceremony.
The installation was held as an
Open meeting and was attended by
Elks, and many friends of the in incoming
coming incoming officers.

"... K-.-
;''
' It
Charles Albert Thomas, son of
Thomas of Balboa took place at
SONATA in C Major
Allegro
Adagio
Allegro Molto
HAYDN
DALE BROOKS
B
(;
B
flat Major
Minor
Flat Minor SHOSTOKOVITCH
B Flat Major
POL1CHINELLE RACHMANINOF
DALE BROOKS
, 4. IMPROMPTU in A Flat Op. 90
SOHUBERT
i.ijio
WARSAW CONCERTO ADDINS
(Arranged from original socre by
j Henry Geehll
"' viwii
KPflilU lAliinrrfiW
sd H
will close the annual convocation
week of the district. Archdeacon
William L. Zladi of Puerto Limon,
Costa Rica, will preach at 7 a.m.,!
while at, 7:30 p.m. the preacher
will be the Rev. Francis M. Har Harrison,
rison, Harrison, from Costa Rica also.
Officers of the choir, an auxi auxiliary
liary auxiliary that has rendered good sup support
port support to the services of the church,
were Installed at a parish party
on Friday nighta s follows: Mrs.
Carlota Chambers, president Ken Kenneth
neth Kenneth i Bowen, vice president Mrs.
Cleopatra LaMott, secretary Miss
Doris Thomas, assistant secretary
Mrs. Elisa Davis, treasurer,
ST. PAUL'S CHURCH
Service St. Paul's Church
on
sun
This observance will begin with
a celebration of Holy Commu Communion
nion Communion at 8 a.m. followed by Holy
Eucharist and sermon at 9 a. m.
when which time the vestrymei
will be installed.
The final observance for; the day
will be Evensongtnd sermon at
7 p.m. Archdeacon Shcirlcy will
officiate at these services.

t
- s 4

IN HOLLYWOOD...

By ERSKINE JOHNSON
HOLLYWOOD (NEA) Hol Hollywood
lywood Hollywood on TV: Movies are better'
than ever on television.
Hollywood's major studios once;
promised the nation's theater ex exhibitors
hibitors exhibitors that their tremendous
stockpile of old movies was destin destined
ed destined to remain of the shelf and,
would never be seen on TV.
Until recently the Hollywood dam
i held back the celluloid flood and
! only independently-made features
; escaped through the spillways onto
I home screens. But now the dam
has broken.
I Seven hundred and 40 features
from RKO sold to TV.
I Fifteen hundred shorts from
' Paramount.
One hundred and four features
- i u.. f..,.,.,. r,i,,.Y,l,o
Nine classics from David 0.
Selznick.
Thirtv features from Universal.
A price tag of $150,000,000 for
20th Century-Fox's old films.
Not to mention Sir Laurence
Olivier'i next film, and a great
jone, "Richard III," which will
have Its first run in the United
I States on NBC-TV in March Be Be-FORE
FORE Be-FORE its release to theaters.
! The wrath of exhibitors over the
j closer union between Hollywood
and TV no longer seems to worry
the film industry, which is using,
the TV money for bigger and more
spectacular theater movies.
But exhibitors, believe me, are
worried and for good reason. Free
! movies at home don't help sell
; tickets or popcorn.
The Sponsor of The $64,000 Ques Question
tion Question is reported ready to spring a
, tax gimmick that will lure more
; contestants into trying for the top
prize.
One of Hollywood's best villains,
George Sanders, pops up soon as
a comedian in a Ford Theater
Telefilm, "Autumn Fever." He's
chuckling:
"Maybe I'll be the new Jack
Benny. At 49 instead of 39."
Not on the Teleprompter: Movie
ana i v producer cawara amau:i
"There aren't 25 good writers in
Hollywood, so how can TV expect
to present a preponderance of hour
and hour-and-a-halt shows.' ine
only chance would be to produce
only proven material, and there
.isn't much of that available."
Actress Lois Collier about the
lack of sexy dolls on TV: "The
TV casting director is afraid to
use any girls who aren't built like
boys, they think people at home
with their families don't want ex excessive
cessive excessive glamor on the small
; screens. When 1 did the 'Boston
BiacKie series tney wouiun i ic
me wear sweaters or be kissed.'
Orson Welles and CBS are hav-
lug miuuica owui mi. uvui,n
hosting an hour live dramatic
j series a la "Robert Montgomery
1 n,-nntt.
The Witnet: Red Skellon com comparing
paring comparing working in TV to talking at
a cocktail party: "You never know
if anyone is listening to your
! conversation."
I This Is Hollywood, Mrs'. Jones:
I Paul Douglas to an NBC secretary
'phoning Jan Sterling about a Lux'
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Youthful Manolo Marquez
Vs. Veteran Juan Estrada

A much-discussed "hand-to-hand" bullfight be between
tween between boy matador Manolo Vasqucz and popular
Juan Estrada will resume the 1958 bullfight season
tomorrow at La Macarena bullring at San Francisco
de la Calcta.
The program Is scheduled to get under way at
4 p.m.

Four bulls will be fought by
Marquez and Estrada, who have
shown both valor and dexterity
in their performances at the
local bullring.
The baby-faced Marquez iin-.
pressed local afiionados a week
ago last Sunday in his first
appearance at La Macarena.
Estrada, who participated In
the inaugural corrida at La Ma Macarena
carena Macarena five years ago. was the
first matador to merit "t w o
ears" in the Panamanian piaza.:
Both are reportedly aiming at :
reaping both "ear and tail" with:
their performances tomorrow
afternoon. According to the pol policy
icy policy instituted this season by the
new management, no picador?
will be used.
Frisco Seeks
40th Straight
Cage Victory
NEW YORK, Jan. 28 (UP)
Phil Woolpert's top-ranked San
Ftancisco Dons, raring to go
after a 15-day "vacation" for
mid-year examinations, are fav
ored to establish a new major-:
rnllfio-p hasketball winning rec
ord tonight by making California
their 40th straight victim.
It will be an interesting
meeting between teams coach coached
ed coached by former teammates At
Lovola (Calif.) University. In
fact, Pete Newell, the Golden
Bears' towel-chewing coach,
recommended Woolpert for the
Dons' head coach job when ne
left San Francisco In 1950.
Some 7,200 fans, capacity for
Ci Bears' neat gym at jsense jsense-ley,
ley, jsense-ley, Calif., will be on hand for
trip game.
Sixth-ranked North Carolina
Is Jthe only member of the Unit Unit-e
e Unit-e rii Press toD 1ft not in action to
night. Seond-ranked Dayton:
hopes to extend its season un-!
beaten record through 15 games
agjainst lOth-ranked Louisville,!
DePaul.
. I Kentucky (No. 4) has an
Important date with Vander Vander-btlt
btlt Vander-btlt (No. 8), North Carolina
Slate (No. 5) entertains St.
Johns, unbeaten Temple (No.
7) viists Naty and Southern
Methodist (No. (9) hosts Texas
Christian.
There was only a handful of
major games Friday night. Low Lowell
ell Lowell Davis and Jack Williams
scored 49 points between them
in carrying Wake Forest to an
89-75 victory over South Caro Carolina:
lina: Carolina: Stanford walloped Oregon,
74-55, as Bill Bond tallied 20;
Syracuse overpowered Connec Connecticut,
ticut, Connecticut, 102-82; Memphis State
whipped Mississippi State, 105 105-73;
73; 105-73; Washington downed Oregon
State, 66-58 and Seattle defeat defeated
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Cristobal High,
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Gets Rained Out
Sunday's game (2 p.m.)
Powells vs Army Atlantic
i Exhibition i
Monday night's game (7 p.m.)
Powell vs C.K.S.
Thp rains returned to the Atlantic-
Side and Thursday night's
scheduled contest between Cris Cristobal
tobal Cristobal High School and Navy was
washed out at-Mt. Hope.
Trtinn?-rnu a f i prnnnn ths At
lantic Twilight League sihri sihri-ules
ules sihri-ules an exhibition game featur featuring
ing featuring Army Atlantic against Pow Pow-ells.
ells. Pow-ells. The next regular scheduled
game will be played on Monday
night at 7 o'clock between Pow Powells
ells Powells nad Cristobal High Scrool.
NO SAVVY Charley Dressen
had a tough time making the
numerous Latins on the Wash Washington
ington Washington Baseball Club compre comprehend
hend comprehend last season, so the man
ager is studying Spanish at his
Los Angeles borne.
Sounds Like
Another Score
CINCINNATI (NEA) Krnie
White says that if Charley Rabc
isn't a major league prospect, he's
never seen one.
Rabe, 23-year-old left-h a n d e r.
came out of the Army to be the
most valuable player in the Class
A South Atlantic League. Pitching
for the Columbia, S C., cluh manag managed
ed managed by White, Rabe had the hichest
winning percentage ., .750 with 21
and 7; recorded the lowest earn-ed-run
average, 2:01; struck out
the most batters, 19: paced the
circuit in shutouts with 6; tied for
complete game leadership, 23.
Charley. Rabe reads like another
Herb Score.
, LION REUNION
Baltimore (NEA) Former Penn
State football teammates will be
reunited as members ofthe Balti Baltimore
more Baltimore Colts next, fall. Linebacker
Sam Green, now in the Army, play played
ed played wilh halfback Lenny Moore on
the 1953 Jenn tate Nittany Lions.
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Italy Finishes

1-2 In Bobsled j
Race At Cortina
1 CORTINA. Italy, Jan. 28 (UP) ;
--Lamberto Dalla Costa, a .1ar-'
ing Italian Air Force jet pilot. i
drove his two-man bobsled to
:thp Olympic championship to today
day today while an American braK'"1-
Iman was injured on the final
Iheat.
I The sled driven by favored Eu Eu-Igenip
Igenip Eu-Igenip Monti finished second, aiv aiv-in"
in" aiv-in" Italy a sweep of the first
. two places in the two-man e e-jvent.
jvent. e-jvent. j Ed Seymour of Rochester. N
Y., the brakeman on the No, 2
I At erican sled driven by Art
Tyler, suffered a severe leg in-j
jjui. durinc the final run of the
j four-heat competition and was,
; rushed tn the hosnital. Seymour Seymour-was
was Seymour-was writhing in asonv as his
, sled crossed the finish line andj
j could not speak. j
"The track w.is very humpy!
and we hit a terrific rut at the
. Crista Ho curve explained Tyier.t
also from Rochester. "I guess
there's where it happened. F.d
must have hit his lea on the;
wall or against something in
the sled.
CORTINA. Jan. 23 P Ev Ev-geniy
geniy Ev-geniy 'Grishin 28-year-old Rus Russian
sian Russian jeweler from Kirov, today
set a new world record of -JO 2
seconds in the Olympic 500 me meters
ters meters speed skeating event
damped!
Carta Vieia
Aft R h ro A
. .4 1 1 10 1
...4 0 0 3 3
iBartirome, lb
Shantz, 2b ...
Porter, If 4 0 1 2 0
Phillips, rf 4 2 1 1 0.
Kropf. cf 4 0 0 6 1
Wilhelm. ss 3 0 0 2 5
Glamo. 3b 4 2 2 1 1
Patton, c 3 0 1 2 0
Harris, p 3 0 1 0 1;
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33 5 7 '27 12
Chesterfield Chesterfield-Bernard.
Bernard. Chesterfield-Bernard. 2b 4 12 4 4
Schell, If 3 1 0 3 o;
Stewart, cf 4 0 1 3 1
E. Osorio, lb 4 0 0 S l
I Queen, e 3 0 2 i 0
parris. 3b 3 0 0 1 4
Prescott, rf 2 0 0 2 0j
Houradou, ss .....3 0 0 1 lj
Burnette. p 2 0 0 1 n!
Tuminelli l o 1 0 0!
Mitchell 0 0 0 0 01
Robinson, p 0 0 0 0 0!
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29 2 6 27 11
TuniineiM singled for Bur Burnette
nette Burnette in 7th.
Mitchell ran for Tuminelli in
7th.
Score bv Innings
R H F
C Vieja . .020 100 1105 7 0
Chest 000 200 0002 6 3
Summary
Errors: Fouradeau, Bernird.
Robinson. RBI's: Glamp 3, Wil Wilhelm.
helm. Wilhelm. Stewart, Oueen, Porter.
Earned runs: Carta Vieia 2
Chesterfield 2. Home runs:
Glamn 2. Dnub'enlavs; Foura Foura-Heaiv.
Heaiv. Foura-Heaiv. Bernard. E. Osorin: Kroof.
parti'-ome- "ortiromP Wi'helm:
shantz, Wilhelm. Bartiromc.
sacrifice hits: Wilhelm, Oueen.
I Wild nitch: Harris. Stnirk out
;bv: Burnette 2. Harris 2. Pnhin Pnhin-!on
!on Pnhin-!on 2. Bases on balls off: Harm
. left nn bases: Chesterfield 5
iCarta vieia 4. Pitchers' record:
Burnett 4 runs, 5 hits In 7 in innings.
nings. innings. Winninsr n'tcher: Fan-;'
(4-4. Tosinsr pitcher: Burpetf-(3-21.
Umnires: Thornton. Co Co-pins,
pins, Co-pins, Hinds. Time of game: "!:0;
Mlanfic Little
leanne 5nnds Out
0S For Officials
The Atlantic Little League ha ha-sent
sent ha-sent out an S.O.S. for helo In
officiating and scoring of league
games. It appears as trough
there is a shortage of umpires
and scoerkeepeers and thus far
they have been able to scrape
along with the available ma material.
terial. material. :
However, in anticipation of a
snag before the season is over,
the League has requested the
assistance of parents of players
in order that the Little League
can continue to operate smooth smoothly..,
ly.., smoothly.., .'.
Mothers, with some knowledge
of scorekeeping are asked to
volunteer for this service and
fathers who can call a ball or
strike or umpire on the bases
are asked to report to league
officiols for assignments.
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FUTURE CHAMPS? Totito Garcia (left) and Isaacito, two
eight-year-old gladiators, will meet in a three-round bout be before
fore before the official Caras Nuevas program begins at the National
Gym tomorrow night. The boys are shown with their respective
fathers who are also their trainers. Isaacito's dad, a onetime

flyweight, contender, fought under the name of Young Isaacs, j
Feature match on tomorrow's card is a 15-round title bout be- i
tween bantamweight champ Melvin Bourne and top ranking 1
contender Byron Cumberbatch. j

All Three Pro League
Teams In Action Tonight

Bv J. J. HARRISON JR.

to left which Schell took on a
All three Pro League teams shoestring catch, Phillips tag tag-will
will tag-will .see action tonignt at the ging up and scoring the third
Olympic fetadium in an unusual1 run. i

doubieheader in which carta1 Two runs came in the bottom
Vicja will tirst play cnestertield-of the fourth for the Smoker?,
anu then take on Spur Coia in i Bernard singled, Shell walked
the nightcap. Both encounters-and Stewart's single off Wil Wil-are
are Wil-are sceaulea for nine innings. I helm's glove, brought home

Last night the Yankees, be
hind the six-hit pitching of
Bill Harris and two homeruns
by Corky Giamp, beat the
Smokers 5 to 2 10 drop them
two and one-half games be behind
hind behind the league leauing Soda Soda-men.
men. Soda-men. Tonight's Chesterfield Spur,
Coia game is in accordance with
the schedule, but the other is
the rained-out game that should
have betn piayed at the Sta Stadium
dium Stadium Tnursuay aiternoon.
The Yanks' Bill Hocnenbury
il-2i will lace Don Eiston (2-2i
in the opener and Carta Vieja's
Ronald bnke l0-l) goes against
Jim Tugerson t5-U in the alt-er-piece.
Ihe Yankees agreed to play
the postponed match tonignt so i
as to get in all their games hel
lore reD. b, the aay they are
set to fly home.
Last night the Yankees scor scored
ed scored twice in the second inning
to take a two-run lead. Eddie
Phillips, leading off, was safe
on shortstop Houradeau's
bobble of a ground ball. Kropf
and Wilhelm flied out and
then Glamp who had not hit
a roundtripper all season, hit
a long one over the left field
fence.
In the lourth Phillips tripled
id after the next two men
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SONG AND DANCE MEN-i-Iames J. Braddock, left, and Gus
irievub warmed their vocal chords at the New York Boxing
w r,ters Dinner, The former heavy and light-heavyweight cham;
pions portrayed the now reportedly estranged pair of Promoter
James D. Norns and Al Weill, manager of Bocky Marciano.

Talks Through Hat

.were retired, Wilhelm hit a fly
Bernard, Shell moving to third.
Ellas Osorio forced Stewart,
short to second, but Stewart
broke ud a doubleplay attempt
by sliding hard into the pivot pivoting
ing pivoting second sacker Billy Shantz.
Schell tagged up and came home
later after Oueen flied out to
center, for the last Smoker tal-
ly of the evening.
Glamp's second homer in
the seventh, accounted for the
fourth Yankee run. Their last
marker came in the eighth.
Bartirome singled and went
to second on relief pitcher
H a m b e r to Robinson's low
throw that got awav from first
baseman Osorio. Porter sin singled
gled singled to score Bartirome.
Harris picked up his lourth
victory to make hjs record even.
The most effective hurler of the
Yanks, Bill had been named to
go against the Sodamen the day
oefore,
Spur Cola escaped the Brook Brooklyn
lyn Brooklyn Dodgers righthander when
the game was postponed and
last night the Smokers were his
victims. Three of Carta Vieja'a
runs were unearned.
Starting pitcher Wally Bur Burnette
nette Burnette was charged with his sec second
ond second loss against three wins. Ro Robinson
binson Robinson worked the last two
frames.
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"Cumberbatch has come a
lonfc way u get, this cracs ai the
utie ana nuuiing is going to
amp nun iruiu Dtaunu Bourne
ounday," said youuuui uauier
vie niu yesterday at uie iviaia iviaia-uon
uon iviaia-uon Ujni.
HUi Hill lace the gloves on
Byron cumueruaicn tomorrow
ingot, lor His lo-iounu uan uan-lainweigiit
lainweigiit uan-lainweigiit tuie uout with iis iis-lu.
lu. iis-lu. cnampion ileivin bourne.

mu nau Deen snuwn a puo-
lisnea rtpori in wuicn buuuij
trainer, nuorey iiojo Wood-
run was quoteu as saying ne cud
not tmnii any local uaiuaai uaiuaai-weght
weght uaiuaai-weght Coula wnip courne.
"mat guy Wooarun is talk talking
ing talking tnrousn his nat," said mil
inuignantiy. "he piobaoly lias
iorgotten that cumoeiuatcn
was the outstanding ngnter oi
last year becaliie ne too& on ana
oeat ail boxers wno were pinea
against him.
"According to the 'experts'
Byron didn i have a chance a a-gainst
gainst a-gainst Toio luarra. But he
knocked him out, didn't be"
As a parting sort Hill aaded,
"Tnat bourne is going to oe a
badly hurt boy faunaay." The
tnree straight Deatings he took
from Rodolfo Francis are not
goin to help nis cnances any. I
oelieve he is all soitened up and
tl-;.t is just going to make tnlngs
easy for Cumberbatch."
Yesterday the challenger box
ed three rounds and looked sharp
as he battered his sparring part
ner. He was so keyed up that
he appeared to be vicious even
while punching the light bag.
The champion went lour heats
with the gloves and seemed slow
on his feet and off in his tim timing.
ing. timing. Both men will do only light
calisthenics today.
There will be a special fea fea-'
' fea-' ture on tomorrow's f our bout
card. Two eight year-olds will
go through a three-round bat battle
tle battle before the official pro program
gram program gets underway.
The kids are Totito Garcia
and Isaacclto. Totito has pleas pleased
ed pleased fans on numerous occasions
on Caras Nuevas cards. Isaacci Isaacci-to,
to, Isaacci-to, son of former flyweight con
tender Young Isaacs, will be
making his debut.
General admission is $1.
College Cage
Scores
COLLEGE CAGE SPORTS Musi
(Thursday Night)
St. Francis (Bkn) 81, Seton Hall 78
Niagara 60, Duquesne 51.
Temple 108, Delaware 81.
St. Vincent (Pa) 97, Indiana (Pa)
91.
Danbury Tchrs 48, Willimantic 40.
SOUTH
Belmont (Tenn) 68, Wabash 67
Austin Peay 96, Middle Tenn 65.
Tenn Tech 84, East Tenn 79.
Louisianana Tech 79, Louisiana Col.
72
Carson-Newman 93, Line. Mem. 91
Christian Brothers 81, Wm. Carey
69.
Freed Hardeman 80, Bethel (Tenn)
77.
Piedmont (Ga) 99, Oglethorpe 49.
Georgetown (Ky) 70, Bellarmine 57
Quantico Mar. 92, Georgia Tchrs.
89.
Tenn Wesleyan 86, Young Harris 83
MIDWEST
Drake 79, Bradley 73.
Augsburg 76, St. Marys (Minn) 72
Anderson 75, Indiana Tech 71
Northern (SD) 78, S. Dak. Mines 60.1
Minot 95, Ellendale Normal 70.
Carthage (111.) 97, Penn (Iowa) 55.
Emporia State 102, Kansas C. Univ
74.
Huron (SD) 99, Ben Beadle Techrs
77..
SOUTHWEST
Trinity (Tex) 72, Tex. Lutheran 60
Ark. State 91, Delta (Miss) St. 65
Midwestern 81, Ft. Bliss (Tex.) 68
N. Mex. Western 71, Panhandle A
&M 52
N. Mex Highlands 95, N. Mex Mil,
39.
Fight Results
(Thurtday Night)
East St. Louis, 111. Virgil Akins,
145, St. Louis, stopped Mel Barker,
149, Austin, Tex. 8.
Troy, Ohio L. C. Morgan 136,
Dayton, Ohio, stopped Noel Humph
reys, 131, Charleston,. W, va, i.
Spartansburg, S.C. Henry (Pa
py) Gault, 120V4, Spartanburg, stop stopped
ped stopped Jimmy Calcutt, 125, Florence
7..
SAN FRANCISCO-Howard King,
186, Reno, stopped Roger Rischer,
182, Oakland Ca., 3.
Los Angolts Pimi Barajas, ll9H
Tijuana, Mexico, outpointed Luke
Sandoval," 124Vi, Los Angeles, 10.
New York ( Sunny id Garden)
Angelo Defendis, 166, Brooklyn,
stopped Jimmy Garcia, 163, Puerto
Rico 2.
Lot Angtlts Paddy Demarco Demarco-Don
Don Demarco-Don Jurdan bout ppd. to Thurs.
Feb. 2.

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PANAMA PRO LEAGUE

Spur Cola ....
Chesterfield ..
Carta Vieja ..

LAST NIGHT'S RESULT (Olympic Stadium)
Carta Vieja 5, Chesterfield 2
TONIGHT'S GAMES-(2)-01ympic Stadium
First Game: Carta Vieja (Hockenbury 1-2) vs.
Chesterfield (Elston 2-2)
Second Game: Carta Vieja (Unke 0-1) vs.
Spur Cola (Tugerson 5-1)
Game Time: 6 o'clock

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MERMAIDS 1955 winners of the 100-yard free style trophies
donated by the Gamboa Women's Club in the annual Gamboa
Civic Council Swim Meet. First, Ida Strauss; second, Judy
Crosby, and third, Judy Engelke.

Joe Collins Signs $20,000
'56 Contract With Yankees

By JOE SARGIS 1
NEW YORK, Jan. 28 (UP)
Joe Collins, one of the more
valuable hired hands in manager
Casey Stengel's "shake well"
system, signed up for 1958 em
ployment, toaay witn tne New
York Yankees.
The versatile 33 year old
outfielder-first baseman sign signed
ed signed at pretty fancy figures, too
an estimated $30,000 and
if you ask Stengel, he's worth
every penny of it.
Since breaking in with the
Yankees in 1949, Collins never
has played in more than 127
games in any one season and
in some of those games he saw
only part-time duty. Last year,
for instance, he shared first
with Bill Skowron, Eddie Ro Robinson
binson Robinson and Frank Leja and when
he wasn't on first base, the
Scran ton, Pa., strongboy was
getting vital hits in pinch-hit-ting
assignments or filling in
for Hank Bauer in right field.
Collins' overall batting aver-
Rainbow City Major
Softball Loop Sets
Opener For Feb. 25
' In an extraordinary meeting
held Thursday nieht. the gov
erning board of the Rainbow
City Major Softball League has
set February 25 as opening date
for Its 1956 campaign.
The board had originally plan
ned to conduct a four-t earn
league but so many teams have
applied for franchises in this
league that it is being consider considered
ed considered to operate a six or seven
team loop.
As a means of raising the
necessary funds to purchase
trophies, medals and banners,
the board has planned to stage
a singing contest, baseball quiz
and movie at the Camp Bierd
Theatre on Friday, February 3,
at 10:30.
President Joscelyn Evering of
the RBCMSL hereby urges au
concerned to be prepared to at attend
tend attend a' meeting next Wednesday
at the Rainbow City Junior High
School Building at 5 p.m.

1' 1

SARCEANT
16 10 .615 -15
14 .521 22
10 17 .371 6'
age for 1955 was a rather light
.234, but he smackei 13 home
runs, five of them against the
runner-up Cleveland Indians
and he hit two round trippers
off Don Newcombe in the first
game of the World Series a a-gainst
gainst a-gainst Brooklyn. As a pinch hit-
J"wne was one 01 the Dest in
1955, coming up with a neat .385
mark.
Roy McMillan, generally ac acclaimed
claimed acclaimed the best fielding
shortstop in the majors, sign signed
ed signed a two-year contract with
the Cincinnati Redlegs the
first such pact ever granted a
Player by the club.
The Brooklyn Dolgers, rapid rapid-lv
lv rapid-lv eettincr oil r.t
in line for the coming season,
announced that outfielder Carl
Furillo had found his 1956 con

j

tract, satisiactory. Furillo, whoso
.314 batting mark in 1955 tied
him for fifth among leading N.
L. batsmen, received a slight
bocii over his estimated $20,000
salary last year. ,.,..

Three flayers Daryl Spen Spencer,
cer, Spencer, Pete Burnside and Dom
Zanni agreed to terms with
the New York Giants. Spen Spencer,
cer, Spencer, a returning serviceman,
hit 20 homers for New York
in the 1953 season while play playing
ing playing second, third and short.
Burnside compiled, an 18-11"
won-lost record with Dallas cf
the Texas League in 1955, while
Zanni, also a pitcher, had a 15 15-12
12 15-12 reord at Sioux City, Iowa of
the Western League.
Opera Singer
Books Jockeys
HIALEAH, Fla.'-(NEA) Tber
is an authentic- opera singer a a-mong
mong a-mong Florida'ssizeable colony of
jockey agents; .; ,.'
Stephan Ballarind books engage engagements
ments engagements for the South 'American sad sad-dlesmith,
dlesmith, sad-dlesmith, Carlos Cruz. A native of
Trieste, Ballarino has appeared in
grand opera throughout the world.
His American engagements include
performances with the Chicago and
San Francisco companies. It was
while touring South America that
he met Cruz. He persuaded the
'rider to come to the United States.



THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER
PACE NINE
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SATURDAY, JANUARY 28, 1956

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By JIMMY BRESLIN
NEW YOKK (NEA) -More re recent
cent recent rule changes haven't chang changed
ed changed professional basketball much,
in the opinion of George Mikan.
The eigantie Laker had plaved

I in the 12-foot lane, but the 24-sec-
'onri shnntin? rule wa nut in cinrn

his "retirement" of a season and
a half ago.
"Some tell me the game is hurt
by the 24-second rule,' says Mik Mikan.
an. Mikan. "No finesse. Just shoot-shoot.

Well, this is my first experience

Swun u ana naven I noticed any any-i
i any-i thing different. We still work five

J 'good passes into a set play. If we

can t get a snot after five passes,
what's the use of trying to set ud

; a shot at all?"

Mikan s midsection bulges a bit
more, perhaps, than it did two
years ago. When he jumps, his feet
don't, seem to leave the floor as
easily. When he starts swinging

III around for a hook shot, it takes

him a little too much time to get
into smooth motion.

OUT OF MONEY INTO MUD Jockeys running out of the
money when it rams in Florida get just as muddy as they do
elsewhere. R. J. Martin, Milton Dalgo and Tommv Maeda, left
to right, were well covered after a race at Hialeah Par'-.

Mikan If rutty version of the
man generally regarded as the
best basketball player in 50 years.
To the Minneapolis Lakers, how however,
ever, however, he is the answer to a dreary
season.
"We needed a 10th man real
bad," says John Kundla. "And
George is quite a 10th man to get.
He might have slowed up and
he'll run into a couple more bad
days than he used to have but

l don't get any ideas he won't make

a uuii;i cine
More than a few basketball peo people
ple people shook their heads when Mikan
announced he'd bring his 6-10,
250-pound frame back into the
game after a season and a half
in the front office. Joe Lapchick
of New York, for example, said it
would hurt his name, that George
certainly couldn't hold his own
any more.
As an answer, Mikan, 31 now,
in his seventh comeback game,
dropped in 20 points to shatter

s Knickerbockers

not even the matchless Bob Jones was able to do. There Is, o fi-"" s'ai "f 'hil"'nif, J
course, no law against Hosan reconsidering his retirement, butsl,ed somebody a few things.

at 44, he's not going to win any National Opens not for
money (exactly $6.35) he Isn't.

by
JOE WILLIAMS

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STANDING OF THE TEAM

The box score:

W L
Palomas 5 0
Conejos 3 2
Macaws 3 2
Ocelots 1 3
Pumas 0 5
Wednesday's Results
Conejos a Macaws 2

Pet. Conejos AB
1 000 Frangionl, 3b .2
60D Scott, cf 4
.600 Parker, ss, p ..2
250 chase, c 2
OOO Godsey, p, rf, .4
Hadley. If 4
Seise, rf, ss . .3
iChassin, 2b .. .3
'Musser, lb ...,3

HPO
0 0

Mondoy s Game
Conejos vs. Palomas at 4:30

Totals 27 5 4 21 4 0

CLOSE-UP Multi-tiered stands at vantage points will enable record numbers to watch the
bobsledding events at the Winter Olympic Games at Cortina D'AmpezzTo, Italy, Jan. 27-28. Here
a two-man team takes the Cristallo Curve. The thrills practically are in the spectators' laps.

Gold Dust

' UNIMPEESSED BY THIS department's formidable list of ex ex-liiWii.c
liiWii.c ex-liiWii.c tfistifvins to the r.ontrarv. Joe Dev. of the USGA brass, ex

presses complete confidence Ben Hogan will be back, and, what's jwed
,v,n..o ,ill tlio Nalinnal Own fnr the fifth time Something ?PC1UCK 1

uiyiv, win viiv vv. iw v,.- - ,'aftr

By HERBERT MOISE
COLON, R.P. Successful pro
duction always means good adnun

istrative measures and good admin admin-strative
strative admin-strative measures in the Panama
Professional Baseball League are

thought of and put into effect by Summit Hills Golf Club takes

an unassuming gentleman whojover Seymour Agency in Major

seems to De constantly in aeepi negung League; Homa ins

Four

The Summit Hills Golf Club

Max R. Stempel & Son-

my

.What happened to Leo Durocher in TV probably came as
no surprise to Happy Chandler. If you recall, he always said
the Lip wo? a bad actor. Ty Cobb knows how Secretary Dulles
eels; By the time the Lucemen got through his baseball views
ine old Georgia Peach couldn't recognize ihem, either. Joe
Louis' jesting aside to Harry Mendel, ballyhoo virtuoso, ivho
teas being honored at the.'Boxing Writers' dinner: "This must
be. the first tune a man ever got a plaque for telling lies."

Mikin is ichoolbayijh-proud of
his ability. A bad night, a bad
time in the papers and next
time out you have a ripping mad
George on your hands.
Through his year and a half as
general manager of the Lakers.

the big guy took good care of

; himself.

"1 worked out as much as 1

could, be says. "I don't drink or

concentration, but is always ready

to give out with that friendly and
warm smile. He is Carlos Delvallc.

It is not a part of our policy to! kegling team in the M a j 01
single out any one individual for i Bowling : Leasue took three Dnints

and: praise in an organization that frQm the league-leading Scy-

embraccs so many complex opera-1 mour insuramncn last Tues Tues-tions,
tions, Tues-tions, but Carlos Delvalle, admin- day nif,nt at tne Djablo Heights
istrator and secretary of the PPL ianes t0 become the second tsam
has impressed us immensely, ; U1 two weeks to knock over the
Much more could be said had league leaders for three points,
we followed our first thought of Tne j0Ss by Seymour and the

interviewing vaiius, raimjicu i,H,tee point wln Dy Tanltl jew.

elry over Agenda Glud put the
Tahiti Jewelers just one point
behind the Seymour team after
nineteen weeks of the 28 -week i
season.
Ed Kunkel was high man for
the Summit Hills team with t05'
followed by Jacober with 552,
while Harry Colbert rolled 750:

Wilber 174

Keger 185
Boyer 196
WinquLst ....204
Coffey 182

202
127
173
224
205

204
178
203
151
175

580
490
572
589
562

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....3
4

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4
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.4
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ss
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Wednesday evening Fastlich Macaws Macaws-League
League Macaws-League game saw Jim Million's Amato, 2b

Conejos move into a tie for sec-jEberenz, rf
jond place in the league's stand-1 French, p
lings by beating Pete Corrigan's P- Corrigan,
'Macaws 5 to 2. E. Corrigan

; Watts, cf
The Conejos jumped into an DesLondes, If
early lead getting three runs in Hitchcock, 3b

me initial frame. Again in the; Dubois, c

second, after holding the Ma Macaws
caws Macaws scoreless, the Conejos pro proceeded
ceeded proceeded to get two more runs.

The Macaws fought back in the

oouom of the fifth. Charlie R

French hit one of Godscy's: Conejos 320 00O 0 5 4 0
pitches for a double and movediMacaws 000 010 1 4 4
to third on a wild pitch. He;
continued home on an infield RBI: Chase 2, Godsey. Ssis,
out. Again, in the bottom of the Scott. E. Corrigan. Earned runs?
seventh, the Maaws pushed a-, Conejos 2. Maaws 2. Left on
cross one run. i bases: Cdnejos 6. Macaws II.'
I Stolen bases: Scott. Parker 2,
Charlie French pitched a firm .Watts. Two base hits: P. Corri-

Totals 25 2 4 21 4 4

Score by Innings

gan, French. Struck out by:
Godsev 3. French 10, Parker 1,

Base on balls: Godsey 7. Park-

941 931

Summit Hills Golf Club

Jamison 156

BcKven 151
Anderson .,..145
Kunkel 177
Jacober 180

game ior tne losers giving up
only four hits and striking out
ten batters. Godsev of the Co-

nejos aiso pitcned creditab'e ball:er 1. French 5. Pitching reco-d:
giving up four hits and shik-iGodsey 2 runs. 4 hits, in 6 1-3
ing out three batters. iinnines; Parker 0 run'.. 0 hit?,
! inl 2-3 innings. Passed balls;
Leading batter of the day was Chase. Wild pitches: Gorise" 3,
the Conejos first saeker. Mus-1 Parker 1. French 2. Winnine

921 2793 ser- witn two nits in 'hree trips: nitcher: Godsey. Losing pitcher:

io me piaie. ifrencn. umpires: Nevii and
Diaz. Time of game: 1:40.

183
158
174
222
190

183
147
191
206
182

5 1
456
510
605
552

decided-o"n another course of just

observing him as he moved around
the Olympic Stadium during the
games.
Carlos is a very busy man other otherwise,
wise, otherwise, being a councilman in Pa

ri nama, secretary-administrator oi
- j the upcomming Caribbean Serius
and incumbent of an important

ho the guy they call Mrs. Basket-; position in one the countrj s big

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Seymour Agency

909 2650

ONE OF THE CUSTOMERS wants to know If there was ever!,nnS'Pah'rsan.t .?ny rea

u uig league uanpiayer namea numer. mere was. nuiuei nojuc

ouiiui a. riayea ouuieiq ior me maians, in me zus. a roou, uw- oa is back witn tne professionals. I ecst business concerns

lul .300 nitter, but unfortunately he was not distinguished iorjAnd dcspite any rustiness he stln Despite his many activities, he
either epic stanzas or epochal swats. John Stiegman, Rutgers Darges into the bcst position dur-' still finds time to attend the games
nevv football coach, is highly esteemed in the profession, and ing a rebounding scramble and his -an activity that we believe he
Princeton's Charley Caldwell must have hated to see him go. hook snot stm can make scorc.Useg as a relaxation from his day day-Stiegman
Stiegman day-Stiegman has been v.p. in charge of the Tiger s defense for years, i boards bink ti nd DOlitical work. Watching

"It's one comeback that won't Delvallc around the stadium
hurt anybody," is the way the you immediately get the impres-

teague looks at it.
I People, you see, pay to see
player like George Mikan.

Rogers 127
Kaelin n)j
Bates 149
Hammer ... 179
Colbert 218

1C6

115
1G6
202
160

211
150
154
152
192

504
514
469
53:!
570

The Olvmvic future book can hardlv have a hotter favorite

thanr-Emil Zatopek in the marathon, Perm relays promoters promoters-have
have promoters-have dzcided to make the hop-step-and-jump a permanent
part of the program if nothing else, this may give pedestrians
a better chance in traffic, Cordner Nelson, of the California
track and. field set, believes we may soon have eight or 10 half
viilers as just 'as Mai Whitfield ever was. Incredible? Afdjbe
not. Offhand, there's Sowell, Courtney, Tidwell, Bowden, Sea Seaman
man Seaman and Spurrier.
TAX SLEUTHS CLAIM a head waiter at the Waldorf Astoria
picked up $125,000 in tips! Could this be the fellow who's bank bankrolling
rolling bankrolling Hilton? The National League's Dave Grote says: "You
probably wouldn't get the answer to the following question in
three guesses: What NL'er was hit most often by balls in 1955?
The answsr Stan Musial, eight times." Statistics show 18 ner
cent of eligible males never get married. They probably get that
beat-up look from trying to beat the daily double.
John Rcddy of Buffalo writes: "Ask Joe Woodman to give
you the low down on the Langford-Ketchel fight, Philadelphia,
1910. 1 had never seen Ketchel before. I thought he won, though
he teas no sensation. In fact, it was rather a dull fight. I was
no ivisenheuner then (and,, at 76, I hope I am not one notv).

I heard later Woodman wanted to make Ketchel look good, so
he would sign for a return match in California, and, accord accordingly,
ingly, accordingly, Lang ford did not try to win. Wouldn't it be interesting
to hear what Woodman has to say about this?" .. .Comment:
It would. How about it Josef?
HERE'S ANOTHER QUIZZIE you probably wouldn't get right
in a month of baby pink Sundays: What was the first baseball
game ever televised? The answer is Columbia-Princeton, Baker
Field, 1939, over W2XBS. (The NBC transmitter was still expe experimental,
rimental, experimental, as indicated by the X in the call letters.) Bob Harron,
who sedately serves as assistant to the president at Columbia
these days, was publicizing campus sports at the time, and ar arranged
ranged arranged the how historic event. By any chance, did any reader
happen to be looking in that afternoon?
Note to Bob Creamer: Excuse pleeze! But. why we must
have meters and miles instead of one or the other has never
ceased to puzzle. .and plainly. ..confuse me. Maybe if Jim
Norris passed out food boxes he could fill the Garden on Fri Friday
day Friday nights, too. That's the way the Republicans did it. Of
course, if the Hot Stove League was all they say it is no one
would have suffered from the fuel strike. Name me one time
Sandy Saddler ever slashed an opponent with a razor, or drill drilled
ed drilled him through the heart with a .451 Present-day ring critics
are too squeamish.

Atlantic Side
Divisional Softball
To Start Feb. 6

February 6 has been set as
the tentative date for the open opening
ing opening of the Atlantic Side Divi Divisional
sional Divisional Softball League. The pro proposed
posed proposed schedule calls for the de defending
fending defending champions from the
Commissary Division to go a a-eair.st
eair.st a-eair.st their arch rivals Cristobal

Terminals Division-a club which
finished second last season.
President Albert Dogue, re-

; elected, told this writer that the

coming season will find his
league with one additional team
which makes the loop's partici participants
pants participants a total of seven teams.
Last season's particioants have
all already begun their "spring
training" and are renorted ready
for ooenina day. Divisions rep represented
resented represented last season were Com Commissary
missary Commissary Division, Terminals Di Division,
vision, Division, Grounds Maintenance,
Army Transportation, Navy Sup-

sion that here is a man wno is
solving a problem and bang the
problem is solved and Carlos is
back to earth once again. In these
moments he displays an amazing
sense of humor that usually has

his listeners laughing

for Seymour.

On adjacent alleys, Tahiti H. I. Homa Co
Jewelry scored a three point win Lowande 190
ever Agenda Glud as Ellenber-i Lyons ... 168
ge. rolled a 580 for the Jewel- J Motykicwiczs" 129
ers. For Agenda Glud, Wood-IAlmeda 177
cock had a big 599 followed by Balcer 238
Frank Granata with 552. The;
Glud boys took tre first game 1 902
but was unable to stop the later Fuerza y Luz
scoring by Tahiti, Luttenberger 178
Meanwhile, Bud Balcer and Pllachowskl .158
his H. I. Homa tilesetters took (Blind 1 157
over the Fuerza y Luz Reddy Thomas 171
Kilowatts for four points as the' Welch 174

872 859 859 2590

154
174
172
161
176

182
202
194
147
227

526
544
495
485
641

837 952 2691

As a member of the Baseball latter played minus the scoring

Writers Association, this writer

feels that a cordial and harmonious
medium is kept between the PPL
and BWA through Delvalle's ability

to dovetail the activities of both
organizations.
We can remember vividly his

parting phrase after the BWAsmng,

installation. "La pucrta e s t a r a
siempre abierta y esperamos a us us-tedes
tedes us-tedes con los brazos abiertos!"
That phrase in itself became clas classic
sic classic among the writers. (Transla (Translation
tion (Translation ("The door (in reference to
lcaeue activities) will always be op-

i en and we will await you with open

of Stephens. Balcer bowled high

series of the night with a fine
641, followed by Lyons with 544,
while for the Reddy Kilowatts
Welch had 552 and Luttenber Luttenberger
ger Luttenberger had 515.

In the final match of the evc-i

133
185
157
137
189

204
176
157
167
189

515
519
471
475
552

838 801 893 2532

Littl

League

arms.")

Gold Dust salutes Carlos Delvallc
for a good job done, being done
and in all probability to be done.

ARMED FORCES LITTLE
LEAGUE
With just a handful of vets

the Max R. Stempel &.

Son insurancemen, who last
week moved up from fifth to
fourth place, took four noints

from the Colonial Insurancemen'0" hand, Fort Clayton's Little
(who the previous week knock-(League entry looms as the dark
ed over the Seymour Agency for: norse of this season's Littl;
three points), George Winquisteague play, After a winless ex ex-was
was ex-was high for the Stempeleers1 hibltion the Cavaliers have oost oost-with
with oost-with 0 589, followed by Tea Wil-!ed a 1-1 record in loop action,
ber with 580, Bob Boyer with 572 They dumped West Bank, the
and Coffey with 562. Schirmer defending champs, 6-2 and then
was high for Colonial with 538,1 dropped a 6-4 decision to Fort

out the rest of the team wasiKobbe.

r,iv tnHiMrial Area Th new'unaoie to score about 520. In ion asset of the Cavalier atl

addition to the leaguee are the tn0 four Point win, the Stemp-ltack is a highly touted mound
Atlantic Side Teachers. jeleers went Into third place in corps, featuring Peewee Wilkin-
League activities will runMon-l' league, five points off first j son and Doug Bergere. Both
day through Saturday with alpIace- have four campaigns under their
double headers a probabili'" on! be't in Little League play, and
Saturdays All games will be'f Tne Present standing of the either can double in the short-

nlayed on the Rainbow c ty1 Cit "llcr 19 weess oi me za. stop sioc

Playground.

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GET A GANDER OF THIS "illy Brown, 15, bagged an 11 snd
; n eight-pound Canada goose just before the migratorv wild
inul hunting season ended at Manteo, N.C.

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deposits are accepted thru a period
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Individual safety deposit boxes, for jewelry and
documents, in 4 different sizes.

OFFICE IN PANAMA:
IBS Central Ate. at
earner ef "P Street
0. A. DeROUX,
. Maaanr.

COLON BRANCH:
Frent St. at eerier
of ?tb St
CARLOS MUIYNES V.
; Sob-Manner

HOURS :
v Tro f:ie a.m u 12:3 e.m
MATl'RDATS: from :M .m to IJ:M

B.m

W
..48
...47
...43

.41

Name
Seymour Agency
Tahiti Jewelry .,
M. R. S. & Son
S. H. Golf Club

C. Insurance ,,40
H .1. Homa Co 39
Fuerza y Luz 27
Agenda Glud .19

The ten high average bowlers
in the league are now:

At the plate four cluh mem

bers are swatting over .300, but
Ave.1 the team as' a whole still rates
.632 .only a "fair" from its tutors.

,6i8 BackstoD Billy Cox leads tli e

.566
,533
.526
.513

355
250

Ave.

;lSame Games
I Coffey ............57
Balcer ............57
! Jacober ..54.....
I Colbert 57
JShirmer ...57
lEllenberger .23
iMcGarvey ,..,,,.,29
Kunkel .54
! Kaelin ...... .....54
iZcletes ...........54

l The scores of Tuesday night's
play:

oack with a nifty .428. He is fnl

lowed -by WilHnson with .375.
first sacker Terry Cost. .333,
and flyhawk Anthony Wagner,
.333.
Although the teams' mentors
feel the club's fielding Is their
major problem, much Is expect,
ed when steady Larry Pierdola
returns to second base. Pierdola

2094-1 I has been sidelined with a brok brok-1964.38
1964.38 brok-1964.38 en finger.
19137, Well balanced with nlentv of

18924 desire, the Clavton outfit should

18815

1884

186 6

as the season moves

improve

on.
Managing the team Is Major

184201 E. M. Ford, with Steve Sim as

18338 coach.

183 3

Agenda Glud
Granata ....201
(Blind) ..,,1399
Klumpp .,.,.164
Woodcock ,,.215
(Blind) ......167

McGarvey

173
139
160
204

178
139
164
180

T9 168

552
417
438
599
167
37

888 855 829 2570

Tahiti Jewelry
Albritton ..,,180
Snellbaker ...166
Ellenberger .176
Lane ...... ...118
Larrabee ..,.200

169
171
215.
189
181

158
165
189
199
144

GUN CLUB
NOTES
FORT CLAYTON

838 925 855 2618

Colonial Insurance
Gleichman ..144 194 180
Burgis ..,...,198 140 170
Toland ......175 146 176
Zeletes ......138 175 206
Schlrmer .,'..157 200 134

The Fort Clayton Pistol ;
Range, now in the final stages
of a rebuilding program, will be
ready for match pistol compeli-1
tlon on February l. The range;
has been comnletelv redone as i

AG? a troop training project by the1

502126th Combat Engineers Batta Batta-58a!lion,
58a!lion, Batta-58a!lion, Fort Clyton. Over twohun-!
504dred and fifty yards of crushed!
5251 rock were laid in the project.

The redesigned range has ten!

unng points ana is a fun fifty
yard competition size Installa Installation.
tion. Installation. It Is the nnlv Armv r-.m-rnr-

318 ed match pistol range on the
508 Isthmus built to exacting matcn matcn-497
497 matcn-497 play, standards.
519 Pacific side units desiring to!
538 use the facilities of the new

range are invited to contact the

812 855 913 2580' Fort Clayton S-3 Office.

Vote For Your All-Stars
The annual Pro League all-star game between local and
foreign players will be played at tlie Olympic Stadium Sun Sunday,
day, Sunday, Keb. 5 at 3 p.m.
Partir ipants, who must play (he first three innings, will
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Sabres Skirl Slorm,
'Run Out 01 Juice';
All Pilots Safe
TOKYO, Jan. 28 (UP) Four
U.S. Air Force jets, valued at
more than $2 million exhausted
their fuel a most simultaneously
awl crashed into the East China
Sea near Okinawa yesterday af after
ter after their pilots parachuted to safety.

AM INDEPENDENT

f HRV. DAILY NEWSPAPER

anama

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turn

'Let the people knotc the truth and the country is safe .. Abraham Lincoln.

31st YEAR

near;

said

Three of the pilots landed in
u .iotnr anrl were rescued. The

.fourth landed on Okinawa
"Okuma.
An Air Force sDokcsman

the four were flying on a routine
training mission and ran into a
storm while returning to Okinawa.
He said they skirted the storm
Instead of risking their Sabre fight fighters
ers fighters bv flving through it and ran
out of juice" 30 to 60 miles north northeast
east northeast of Okinawa because of the
extra distance they had to travcL
An Air Force spokesman said
the fact that the flameouts were
. t ..tie nnl I in-

r;Uf .heoUneswere Secretary of Agriculture Ezra

carrying the same amount of fuel.

tjt. nvn amnri inat n was am.,..

ard proc

PANAMA, R. P., SATURDAY, JANUARY 28, 1956

FIVE CENTS

Benson Scored For Magazine
Note Applauding Farm Attack

ARTICLE NUMBER 8
Your Inco me T a x Prime r

WASHINGTON. Jan. 28 (UP) I joined fh demand for hit im-

T mediate dismissal.

Benson lodav ignored increasing Sen. waiter F. George (D-Ga.l

senatorial demands that he resign clean of the senate Hid not call

, (;nr niinit because he endorsed an attack on for Benson's dismissal, but he

Shurtlettf, who has authority for
occasional routine acknowledge acknowledgements.
ments. acknowledgements. But as secretary of ag agriculture
riculture agriculture I must take the re responsibility
sponsibility responsibility for this, and I so do.

his I "Of course, the article, as report

ed to me by members of my staff.

By RICHARD A. MULLENS
Written for NEA Service
NO MATTER what tvpe of in

come you received in 1955, there

is a place to rcDort it on Form i

1040. Evert the luckv winners of!

the 64,000 give-away program
have a line on which they report

tneir happy news so the tax codec-1

tor can take his bite. True, the;

iine is headed "Other Sources'

and is used for reporting other in-:
come, but it is there just the same!!
This article takes up the last
three schedules for reporting in-1

come on Form 1040. It will help

you if you have income from pen pensions
sions pensions or annuities, rents and roy

alties, and miscellaneous items of

incomi; such as prizes and a a-wards.
wards. a-wards. Pensions and annuities arere arere-ported
ported arere-ported in Schedule E, page 3 of

l-orm 1040. Under the new an

Tax Bite On That Big Question
The winner doesn't take all. He has to share a big
chunk of It with the tax collector. Here's what the tax
bite would be, for instance, on "The $64,000 Question,"
assuming the winner is a single person with no other in.
come and no dependents:

If he wins
The tax bite is

$16,000
4,448

$32,000
13,468

$64,000
36,192

And he keeps ..... $11,552 $18,532 $27,808
If the winner has other income, tax on the above a.
'mounts would be progressively larger.

Armed forces retirement pay
based on a disability resulting
from active service. 1
Rental income is reported on
Schedule G of Form 1040. Money
you receive for renting any prop-

ting into print when he shouldn't milv rule the recipicnt is no,!frty must be reported. However,

nave. (taxed ni. that nait nf his annual i : v.n.uu.c iu,,, lul

Case said Benson's office wisSmmiii, i,lri, i, -,,,, fh ducting expenses so that you are

Vlt'J Ull lilt J1

Read over the section on Rents

making a search to see if thejcost 0j his annu t divjd d bv ms

- r.. r... U 1.. .1 n,l iL.

. u i i .knn ihov ran nut n a m' s. Dm nc.neeiy muiimcu jam ine jremmj
to bail out when lluy ran om o cpfino

fuel unless they nave a lanuius f Hurried telephone calls were'does not in the slightest reflect ; to be, Secretary Benson has ended

f- slnl- Ac rvmnrraU hnwlrrl for hi s: made from the canitol to the a-!mv views. We pulled a boner on; his usefulness.

gnculture department. Benson, who this one rm sorry. undersecretary irue v. iuorse
had spoken on farm problems in! Republican Sen. Milton R. Young Hold reporters he hadn't read the

Johnstown, Pa the previous night, (N.U.) agreed mat uenson snouia; article ana was uniaminar wnn

The pilots were identified by the! scalp, Benson said he was "sorry "sorry-Air
Air "sorry-Air Force as 1st Lt. George E. a letter bearing his signature was
Tims Wyandotte, Mich.; 1st U. ..S",SS

wHor H Fears. Lievvcs, a., "8 "-" r.'"'

at

- ., 14 T nrttnrti M WPPkS .11.. IX OIlLKCia 1 ORC Ku.n.

t?S...".i..rV..T. .h ?nH I.t. John Reporters' knocks

B-,rriwick Flossmoor 111. Nonel He said he had never before were unanswered.
B" .l:,?ir I read the article or the letter. Shortly before dark

The abandoned Sabres, valued at!And he said it did not "in the slight slight-more
more slight-more than $500,000 each, were the est" reflect his views,
i-lav fi"htcr models of the Sabre j
which "fought Communist Mig-15s The article -written i by Harper s
in the Korean War. They were not editor-in-chief John Fischer ap ap-the
the ap-the latest model Sabres. peared in the magazines Decemb-
An Albatross amphibian plane pi-.er issue. The letter appeared in
inter! bv Caot. Sterling A. Jackson, the February issue.

Chicago, picked up two of the pi-
.... f... 'iv, rhnnnv waters. The Among other things

third was rescued by a Japanese said farmers "got in the habit of

nnritjuuis litmi uic in, uwnw. i
during the depression in the 1930V
and now want the "dole" continued,

had toft his nffiep in rest. His of-;"resii;n immediately and apolo-

fice staff refused to sav anything. gize to the farmers" if he wrote
d-, i,.. i.,. hie hnmsiiho lpttpr Hnwpvpr both Youne

jand Sen. Francis Case (R-S. D.)
and many said they had some doubts that

angry senate words later, Benson's he did

office issued this statement from

the secretary:
"The letter was sent into my
office, but in the rush of my du du-tues
tues du-tues I did not see it. The ack acknowledgment
nowledgment acknowledgment was signed with my
name by an assistant, Miller

secretary aciuanv sent tne iciier. t.,i j ,u. i.r..

He added that "if the. facts are of thp ?,,... Ho u tavri n and Royalties on page 9

wiidi naiijfi s manes uifiu aioi any excess

Once the taxable and non tax taxable
able taxable portion of his annual annuity
are established, the remain cons constant
tant constant throughout the term of his
annuity and are reported in Part I
of Schedule E on page 3 of Form
1040.

Referring to Secretary of State

John Foster Dulles' "brink of war
interview in Life Magazine
Humphrey called the letter "anoth "another
er "another injudicious example" of an
Eisenhower Cabinet member "gct-

nf the furnishines

0n ; official instructions. This tells ; years.

what to report as income and
also covers the items you can de deduct
duct deduct as expenses.

of seven rooms, take one-seventh, :
and so on.
Next, estimate how many years
your house or other rented prop prop-erty
erty prop-erty will last from the time you
first began renting a part of it.
The Internal Revenue Service has
found the average brick house
lasts about 40 years .from the

time it was built, and an average
frame house about 30 years. Home

average about 10

the article

ferry boat.

Highway Program May Be Footed
By Taxes Paid By Users Of Road

Fighting Steos Up
In Algeria; 62
Killed In 2 Days
at nTprjc! Altrpt'iu .Tan 28

(UP At least 62 persons were Fischer with a great deal of inter-qiir, h'ignway users to foot most

permanently.

"When any hog keeps his jowls
in the trough long enough, he gets
in thinkinc he owns the trough,", WASHINGTON

jit sal(j. House Democratic and KepuDlican

leaders agreed today to pusn a

re-

the letter attributed to Benson

The secretary himself was not im immediately
mediately immediately available for comment.
A spokesman for Harper's said
in New York that the magazine
has a letter written on stationery
headed "the secretary of ag agriculture"
riculture" agriculture" and signed "Ezra Taft
Benson." He said a photostat of
the letter is being sent to Humph Humphrey
rey Humphrey at the senator's request.
11... U U m.ht;.

,y,IS Tor his if 1 'mf

Benson did not write the

In order to fill out Part I of
Schedule E so as (o arrive at the
taxable portion of an annuity, it
is necessary to determine several
amounts. One of these, the in investment
vestment investment in the contract or an annuity,
nuity, annuity, which goes on line I, is
the tot ll cost to you of the con-

Depreciation is the most diffi difficult
cult difficult rental expense to compute,
especially for those who rent on

ly a room or two in their home.

You can use these estimates as
a guide for determining how
much longer your property will
last. If you think your property
will last longer than the above
guides, use the longer period.
Put the number of estimated

The official explanation of de-, years in column 6. Put in column

preciation is on page 10. Sehed- 4 the total depreciation on the
ule I must be filled out to explain property you have deducted in
any deduction for depreciation. previous years. The amount
Thrcre are three items which; shown in column 3 of Schedule G
should be carefully determined cannot be more than column 3
the first year you use Schedule! minus column 4 of Schedule I.
I. One is the "cost or other basis,"! If you are using the straightline

which goes in column 3; another is method of depreciation, enter in

.L I I 4. Ua'aaLm. C J t .. 1. ,1 . I f I 1

1 nn;,,. j i : ; uie ineLliuu ui ueuieudtiuu iu rc tujuuui o ui otiicuuir i me wuroi

letter, i "H ,h. -i' : '" '.'"-"i" I used, which goes in clulumn 5; "Straight Line.'-This means vou-

But he said he would not acceptj lhc 2 o(. jjcl-edule E calls for! IS expected lite ; are dividing it up into equal year

an a."iouit equal to the expected
payments to be received. If the

Several other Democrats joined! "i h

and:,... ;.!

uir uu'iiift-i ui tfuiiuai uavmeuis

signed the letter and didn't know

what it contained

"the:

have read the article by John tax.noosHng plan ,hat w0llld

t of the bill for a new multi-billion i ing draft-' by the Public Works

Viiiprf in th last, two davs in est. tne Benson leuer sam.

stepped-UD .fiRhting between ; is excellent. ... dollar road-building program
French forces and "Army of Al- Senators on both sides ot tne Although details were not spell spell-lah"
lah" spell-lah" rebels, French authorities aisle exploded with indignation on d out Speaker Saln Rayburn (D-

m denouncing tne article
Tt 4 n',A

... ...... t, uihlrh U'hitn mr.ll in tort hi, tho fi

; of th, annua, payment.

Jan. 28 (VP) -will .be introduced, probably next farm(,rs he-s America's number ''V1 ?'ve the expected return

week, for study by the House Ways ;one ePOnomic enemv." , 1 """";'" 1 c

& Means Committee. The legisla- Humphrev said the article made lne, lue ?" ?nc ?T. mo'c per&0

Hon then will be marie a part of sucn allegations as "scandalous

the overall road-building bill he- wartime nrospentv" of farmers.

rennrt.ed tndav

Outside Blandan the rebels
Rttaked a croup of Moroccan
'.workers, killing 20 and wjiud-

ing two.

Robot Weathermen
Hay Probe 'Eyes'
Of Hurricanes
WASHINGTON. Jan. 28 (UP
The national bureau of stand standards
ards standards disclosed today it is develop developing
ing developing a mechanical "weatherman"
that can be parachuted into the
midst of a hurricane and radio
bark vital Information.
Such data now is collected bv
airmen who fly into the eye'' ol
hurricanes.

Uic senate Iioor yesieraty. Tex.l said the nlan nrohahlv will

Sen. Hubert Humphrey (D-Minn.) t )wont fpri(.rai easoline

tax, plus higher levies on diesel
fuel and tires.
The agreement apparently set settled,
tled, settled, as far as the House is con concerned,
cerned, concerned, the question of how to raise

the extra money needed for the

demanded Benson be tired "now
this afternoon." Sens. Francis
Case (R-S.D.), Milton R. Young
(R-N.D.), Wayne Morse (D-Ore.),
Paul H. Douglas (D-lll.) and
others added uncomplimentary
remarks about Benson and some

16 Positions Open
For CZ Craftsmen

Sixteen positions are presently
available in the Panama Canal
services according to the list of

vacancies cintaineo in me trans

Committee.

Rayburn said one question still
to be resolved is whether to add

one cent or two to the present j
two-ccnt-a-gallon tax on diesel

fuel. As for tires, he said he per personally
sonally personally favors raising levies on
both passenger car and truck tires,
with the largest incrrease apply applying
ing applying to big truck tires.
He also proposed raising to 10
per cent the present 8 per cent

'swindle of the city voters" and

"political hypocrisy."

federal share of a proposed 13- excise levy on the manufacturers'
year, $51 billion highway program, sales price of trucks, buses and
Whether the Senate will go along trailers,
with raising highway use taxes inj
an election year remains to be "I just know," Rayburn said,
seen. It refused to boost any rev-'."that we can't get any roads, if
enues in a road bill it approved we don't put in additional taxes,
last year. Present revenues won't support

House GOP Leader Joseph W. i it

Martin Jr., who attended a meet

ing with Rayburn and other party
leaders, said there was general
agreement "that to get a highway

TODAY! .75 .40
1:30, 3:20, 5:15, 7:05, 9:00 p.m.

? BAYS CF
f TERROR!. ..FLAMING
I r::cm cf cckquesti

i ALLIED ARTISTS
pretend I
l EAIfLl i
i jmne n ;
1 PETER FINCH
THE
raw
k" 1
xf
!'"-W i

taxes

He said he believes the admin administration
istration administration will go along with the

plan. Republicans, he said, have

Rayburn said a tax-boosting bill for a $51 billion total.

er vacancy bulletin issued this biI1 we will have to have higher

weeK oy 1110 rcrsunnri uuiciu.
Eight are in the classified and
related group and eight are in

the craft gro'jp The positions

may be'filled by ttanster ot eligi

ble employes and applications

should be transmitted to tne em

ployment -nd Utilization Division.

Vacancies in me luimwirig iyut:
o? work are listed in the classified
and iclaled group;.: accounting
clerk, admeasurer, chemist, clerk clerk-typist,
typist, clerk-typist, contraband control inspec inspector,
tor, inspector, tlr;ciircal engineer, mechani mechanical
cal mechanical engin';pi.
Positions open in the craft
group mciudc; electrician, pipe pipeline
line pipeline suction dredge engineer,
steam locomotive crane engineer,
machinist, electronics mechanic,
steam engineer operator and wire wire-man
man wire-man lock operator.
Baby Rushed

4,000 Miles I
For Operation
PARIS, Jan. 28 (UP) A cm-i
pie rushed their 8-day -o'rt baby;
to a hospital for arf emergency
operation today after i 4,000j
mile flight from the Indian Indian-Ocean.
Ocean. Indian-Ocean.
The baby, Genevieve Couteail,'
was born with a deformed esop-1
I hagus and could not swallow. I
The infant, has been fed bv plu-i

!ensc in lections. I

i Alerted by radio '.r.essages,
doctors stood by at Cairo and
i Rome during the 36-hou- flight
from Reunion Island to give the
baby her life-saving iniectlon3
at each stop.
! The parents rushed her to a
i hospital on arrival here. Her
! condition tonight was said to be
satisfactory.

He said "everybody has prac practically
tically practically agreed" on other features
of the program, outlined yesterday
in a bill introduced by Rep. George
H. Fallon (D-Md.), chairman of a
Public Works subcommittee on
highways.

It calls for federal spending of

Utile League

Girls 9, Boys 4

Th.; expected returns from such

contracts can onlv le determined
bv iisni'; complicated life expec expectancy
tancy expectancy tables.

If ou are receiving an annuity
or pi'nsi n. it is suggested that
you contact the insurance com

pany or oihe- jigency from which
vou receive payments. Most of
these urganizations arc set up to
furnish you the information need needed
ed needed to fill out Schedule E.
The fect ihat an annuity con contract
tract contract or pension was partially

of the property.

If you are renting out a house
or anything larger, you would be
wide to get expert help in setting
up Schedule I for the first time.
If, however, you are renting just
a part of your house or relative relatively
ly relatively small items such as house fur furnishings,
nishings, furnishings, the following simple
rules for filling out Schedule I
will generally satisfy the Internal
Revenue Service:

The "cort or other basis, was

ly portions.

Now divide the amount you put
in (cliimn 3 by the number of
years in culumn 6. This will give
you the depreciation to show in
column 7. This same amount is
then shown in column 3 ol
Schedule G.
Note that the instructions say
to report room rent as business in-.
come in Schedule C if you render

services to the occupant. This ap

plies to people operating rooming

fully explained in Article 6 of this or boarding houses as a business,
series. Any remaining items of income

Land is not depreciable so do i are reported on Schedule H. This

paid for bv vour employer does

Thirteen babies were born in not affect the method by which it

Pnrn Snln Wncnit.al rinrino thp Ic ivori Un.i.oi.nr vn.i muct cp.

week ending last Wednesday,! parate you share of the cost from"mns 1 and 2- u yu rent one out
according to the regular hospi-jthe amount contributed by your

not include the value of your lot
in the "cost or other basis" of your
house in computing depreciation.
However the cost of any major
improvements or additions
should be included in "cost or oth other
er other basis" of your home.
If your are renting two out of
six rooms in your house, take one one-third
third one-third of the "cost or other basis"
and put that amount in column 3

. of Schedule I after filling out col

is the place to report income from.

an state or trust, alimony or se separate
parate separate maintenance received un under
der under a court order, regards or priz prizes,
es, prizes, recoveries of bad debts, and
health or accident insurance pay payments
ments payments received by you as reim reimbursements
bursements reimbursements for medical expenses
which refuced your tax in a prior
yean
NEXT: Itemized or standard deductions.

tal report. During the sane
period 104 patients were admit admitted
ted admitted and 97 were discharged.
Babies were born to the fol following
lowing following American citizens: Mr.
and Mrs. Waldo Gillcy, of Mar Margarita,
garita, Margarita, son; Pfc and Mrs. John
D. Cole, of Coco Solito, daugh daughter;
ter; daughter; GM2 and Mrs. William E.
Jones, of Coco Solito, daughter;
Lt. and Mrs. Wliliam if. Rad Rad-entz,
entz, Rad-entz, of Fort Gulick, daughter;
CT1 and Mrs. Ralph O'Dell, of

about $37 billion, some $12 billion

given up hope of eancting the bond- more than the current rate, oven Coco Solito. daughter: SSet

finanrins nlan that President I the next 13 vears. State SDCndine and Mrs .Tnhn P Mpelr nf PnrO

Eisenhower recommended last on the joint federal-slate program solito, son; Lt. and Mrs. Jamesjis quite simple to fill out. It per-

year. would total about $14 billion more O'Donel, of Coco Solo, son; Pfc. mils your pension or annuity pay-

employer and show only your
cost in line 1 of Schedule E. Your
pays you the annuity or pension
should furnish this information.
If your contribution is not more
than the amount of the pension
or annuity payments which you
will receive in the first three
years after payments star, then
you do not report the amounts
received under the general rule
discussed above.
Instead you report the amounts

in Part II of Schedule E. This part

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Soviet Union
To Expand
Arctic Research
LONDON. Jan. 28 (UP) The

soviet Union will expand its

Arctic research as part n' Its
new five-year plan, a Russian
scientist said today. V. P'rolov.
director of the Arctic Institute
in Leningrad, said in an inter interview
view interview broadcast bv radio Morrow

thPt Pi'se'n won'd set another

. : rnipr StaHnn PHrlft on Ull tf

I; floe in the Arctic Sea this

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SHOWS at the MIX SHOWS at the CENTRAL
1:10, 3:38, 6:05, 8:32 p.m. 12:40, 2:32, 4:50, 7:08, 9:26 p.m.

and Mrs. Reginald Lynch, of
Rainbow City, daughter; Mr.
and Mrs. James Weislottel, of

Gatun, daughter; Sgt. and Mrs.

Charles Mulvaney, of Colon,
daughter.

Babies were born to the fol

lowing Panamanian citizens;

Mr. and Mrs. Hugh L. Shan Shannon,
non, Shannon, of Gatun, daughter; Mr

and Mrs. Leopoldo Herrar, of

Colon, daughter; and Mr. and
Mrs. Ernesto Archibold, ol Co

lon, sOn.

ments to be recovered tax-free up
to the amount of vour cost or con contribution.
tribution. contribution. Thereafter, the pay payments
ments payments are fully taxed.
Do not report the following
pensions or benefits, as they are
not taxable:
Government pensions to veter veterans
ans veterans or their fa miles.
Social security benefits.
Railroad retirement pensions.

Bids On Piping,

Heating Slated.

The replacement of water pip

ing in 15 U.S.-rate quarters in!
Gatun and the replacement and ;

relocation of water heaters in a

number of the quarters is now:
bein advertised for bids by the
Panama Canal Co.

- The work include the removal
of existing water piping; the in installation
stallation installation of copper tubing; the
replacement of two electric wa water
ter water heaters; and the relocation
of four electric water heaters.
Bids will be opened the morn morning
ing morning of February 13 in the Bal Balboa
boa Balboa Heights Administration
Building.

BALBOA TIDES
SUNDAY, JANUARY 29
HIGH LOW
4:51 a.m. 11:03 a.m.
5:22 p m 11:28 p.m.

TONITE 9 PM.
SURPRISE
PRESENTATION
EL RANCHO GARDEN

MG TONG serves Cliinese dishes

McGarr Departs
Monday On 5-Day
'nsnection Tour

Maj. Oen. Lionel C. McOarr,

rommading .general, U.S. Army
Caribbean, will head an Inspec Inspection
tion Inspection team of five Monday on a
five-day tour of Army Missions
In Peru and Bolivia.
Accompanying the general will

be Mrs. McGarr; Col.-. G. E.

Leone, surgeon; Col. H. H. Hast

lnes. judse advocate; Col. .Gines
Perez, military missions; and

Col. J. L. Frink, Jr.t G-l and
Lt. Georpe H. Waple, aide de

camo to McGarr.

Missions at Lima, Peru, arid
La Paz and Cochabomba. Boli Boli-via.
via. Boli-via. will be visited nuring the

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