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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]
daily (except saturday)[ former dec. 10, 1966-may 5, 1973]
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On Saturday published as: Weekend American, Dec. 10, 1966-May 5, 1973.

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"Jf fA people know the truth and the country is safe Abraham Lincoln.
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PANAMA, R. P., SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 4, 1958
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USGA'56
Delegates
Elected

Members of the United States
Citizens Association have elect elected
ed elected a total of 61 delegates for the
- year 1956, according to the tab tabulation
ulation tabulation of ballots completed yes-
terday. ,.l.;:.;!' ;:;;!; Jj;-'-
The- board of directors is ex expected
pected expected to meet next week Sun Sunday
day Sunday at 3 p.m. In the Diablo Serv Serv-'ice
'ice Serv-'ice Center to elect officers for
the coming year.
Delegates who were elected to
the board of directors and the
communities they represent are:
ANCON
Richard H. Jenks, A.W. French
Jr., Mrs. Margaret Rennie, Leo
J. Krziza, E. R. MacVlttie, L. Ac Ac-.
. Ac-. kerman. Dale D. Kelgley. Chas.
L. Latham Jr., Mrs. Alberta Liz Liz-otte.
otte. Liz-otte. BALBOA
. Mrs. Frances Longmore.Mrs.
. Virgilla Pearce, Otis C. Myers,
Nolan A. Bissell, E. F. Rlgby. Dr.
N. M.. Newport. Waldon E. El El-dridge,
dridge, El-dridge, Charles McO. Brand!,
Mrs. Thelma H.vBull, Frank J.
Shannon, Charles J. Sorrell. Gus
Mellander, Joseph M.Cooke.
Frank Koenlg, D. J. Burkett,
Leon M. Warren, Fred Whitney,
Christian Simonsen.
CRISTOBAL
Mrs. Thelma G. Lowe, Mrs
Frances T. Palumbo, Florence
H. Edbrooke.
Robinson.
Qulncy Limber,
DIABLO
' John W. D. Collins, Mrs. Carol
- G. Rigby, Ernest B. Curling, A.
L. Endicott, Robert M. Turner.
Robert L. Ridge, Mr. Helen
;" Ouinia.n.'"v.:: ..-
OAMBOA
Vincent Biava. Mirt Bender.
Carlton S. Bell, Mr. Elizabeth
sS
losRios
I : E. G. Evans, Mrs. Marjorie Ev-
ans, Jack A. Muller.
" MARGARITA J '.
- Miss Frances' C. Moomaw,
Charles J. Delaney, Donald R.
Brayton, Herbert O. Engelke,
Mrs. Edna Wertz, Harvey Saut-
er, Mrs. Jean Bleakley, Andrew
Bleakley, Vincent p. Ridge.
H. C. Christie. Nickolai L. Ol Olson,
son, Olson, Theodore L. Bailey, A, A.
Shore. 1
Delegates and alternates who
were elected will constitute the
board for the Feb. 19 meeting.
All members of the USCA are
being urged to attend this meet meeting,
ing, meeting, but only those serving as
delegates will have the privileges
of the floor.
The nominating committee
will present a slate of proposed
candidates for the various of offices,
fices, offices, in addition to the custom customary
ary customary nominations from the floor.
The officers to be elected in include:
clude: include: president, first and sec second
ond second vice presidents,' treasurer,
recording, financial and corre corresponding
sponding corresponding secretaries, and live
trustees. t
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The bronze tablet honoring the assertion that accidental explosion
memory of Lt. Col. D.D. Gaillard.jof nuclear weapons is practically
Division Engineer, Central Div impossible,
siort and member of the Isthmian! t
Canal Commission, has been re-l The air chief of staff said yes yes-placed
placed yes-placed on the side of Contractors teruay that U.S. strategic bom bom-Hill
Hill bom-Hill in a position where it is clear- bcrs are in a slate of "instant
ly-visible from passing ships. readiness" to wreak atomic reia reia-.
. reia-. : liation against an aggressor.
The work was completed this He also said Americans needn't
week by Panama Canal Mainten-, be alarmed by the thought of a
ance Division forces who set the skyfull of big bombers laden with
tablet in a 16-foot square con-1 nuclear weapons. He said the
crete bevelel block supported o danger to U S. civilians from ac ac-a
a ac-a free-standing concrets pedestal, j cidental atomic explosions in the
' air or on the ground is "essential-
The backing wall or pedestal is ly nonexistent."
located approximately 110 feet
above the surface of the canal on The possibility of chance delo delo-the
the delo-the third berm near the entrance nations is "so remote as to be in into
to into the drainage tunnel which" was aicuiab.c," lie saiu.
dup when the Contractors Hill : Atomic sources said Twining
project was started. j wasn't just talking "by the slide
, rule." Theoretical considerations

rormerly located on the face of
the hill, the plaque was removed
when the work was sti-t-1 on
Contractors Hill in August 1954.

. The nine by 11-foot bronze tab- Nitroglycerin, TNT, and di'iia di'iia-let
let di'iia-let was first unveiled in VJz. It i mite non-atomic explosives ail ail-is
is ail-is symbolic of the removal of fhe'are skittish. A bum i immr t

" b5t-hovelftif of earth -from- Gail4
nira i.'.it and was designed
James E. Fraser.
by;

(NEA Telephoto)
LAUNCH HEART FUND DRIVE Mrs. Dwlght D. Eisenhower
chats with four-year-old Debbie Lynn Day of Greenbelt, Md.,
after ceremonies in Washington at which the First Lady press
ed a button lighting up the symbolic heart torch in connection
with the national torch-lighting campaign of the American
Heart Association. At right Is Gen. Mark Clark, national
chairman of the 1956 Heart Fund.
Occupation, Sir?
THE PRESIDENT, I GUESS

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GETTYSBURG, Pa., Feb. 4 (UP)
jPwight David Eisenhower, "an
ex-soldier" and "the President, I
guess,' registered as a Republican
nere yesterday to vote in the Nov
ember presidential elections.
But he wasn't saying whether
he would nave a chance to vote
for the Republicans' favorite ca&
didate himself.-1
The President and Mrs. Eisen
u rwi.iarien. joa
ijiiua- Are rmeb
For tne tirst time in several
yeus, lue uiuiunuuy report -nom
the personnel hureau snows no
ptumaucuc empiuyeus Have been
uu'eu- oy the caaiii oBouuauuji
uuruig mat yeriou.
Only eight temporary employes
from Uie united otaiea jomed ihe
canal oiaiiizauou uunn uie lasi
ivvu wei.no in oanurtiy iu. umpiuy umpiuy-raent
raent umpiuy-raent on the current. Gaiua Locks
ovuiiaut. 1 -
One of the new temporary tni tni-pioytes
pioytes tni-pioytes womeu wiui ae Cauai
previously, lie is ivarl Mouiuiu,
ui Keina, Mont., wno was employ employed
ed employed as a macnimst witn uie j-ut
division.
Other temporary employees
from uie Luiuu amies ana ineu'
lrom tne united buies ana uieir
posutions are as louows; James
i' xi'jj nai'u, iviciiatu in!rimiuvt
Lamar X. Kitcnens, William M.
Limenouse, Armur W.-4-eui, Jo.m
bert Lb j4tsson, rifcgei. I
One temporary employee was
hired locaiiy. He is itouert C. Siev
crs, 11, who was employed as a
attribution and window cierk wilii
tne Jrosiai Division in Crisiooai.
Accbe.nl:! A Ocmb
Expbsbn 'Poshed'
WASHINGTON, Feb. 4 (UP)
Atomic authorities today con-
firmed Gen. Nathan F. Twining's
convinced ; atomic weaponeers
! long ago that accidental explosion
of A-bombs either as the result
of enemy action or of accidents
in handling was highly unlikely.
wrona: circumstances can set thenv.
off. But that isn't the case with
nuclear weapons.

howert whose voting residence
previously was in New Vnrlr

from their snow-covered farm in!
the old Adams County courthouse
In downtown Gettysburg to quali-
1- ? le8al Pennsylvania voters
this fall.
They; walked quickly through a
crowd ,of 150 persons, including
Pennsylvania GOP Sens. James H.
Duff and Edward Martin, to the
desk of: Countv Clerir rian.l

Smith.- .- j v Rainbow City; repairs now being
Before the battery of cameras mad8 t0 r0J,ds m Parals; he Pos"
floodlights, and reporters, Smith mity i Vacation jobs for stud stud-submitted
submitted stud-submitted the Prp.irfonf k. ents in Latm American schools who

usual line of nn.etinn ,h,c u.
would any other ex-Texan seekine
w ruic xu reniisyivania,
ASKED FULL NAME
"May I have your full name,
please?1' he asked.
. "Dwight -David Eisenhower," the
President replied.
Address? (a quiqk check with
Mrs. Eisenhower) "Rural Delivery
Route Two."
.Occupation? 'Well. 'T am an .r.
soldier," A thoughtful DausA "I
am the President, I guess."
'He said that he and N.
hower established their residence
m Pennsylvania last March II
Place of birth? "Dennison, Tex,"
Height? "Five feet IP 1-2 Inch
es.'1
Color of eyes? "Blue."
Color of hair? This drew his
laugh from the balding President
,i guess it is Drown." i
Party affiliation? "Remihllran
Again a slight pause. "Mavhe I
isnouia nave snouted that."
GET VOTERS CARDS
th""h th; "Zi t LJ;
were given Cards entitling them to
vote as legal residents of Adams
County.
a)

(Copyrighted Providence Journal-Bulletin photo from
NEA Telephoto)
GETTING THEIR MAN Police struggle with Joseph calitri
as they put handcuffs on him after his capture in North
.Providence, R. I. calltrl. wanted for an attempted robbery in

Providence,' tried'to craoh through' & Toad block but -forced"-'

to flee his car after police

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Blood Bank
Discussed
With Sey bold
Representatives of the local rate
Civic Councils discussed the Canal
Zone Bood Bank with Gov. John
S. Seybold during the regular
monthly conlercnce held Thursday
afternoon at Balboa Heights.
The blood banks, Seybold stated
are being organized for the benefit
of all those who are eligible to be
tie a ted in the Canal Zone hospl
tals. In order that the blood banks
be kept in operation, the scpport
of all those who are eligible to use
them should be received.
Civic Council representatives re
ported that the matter had been
discussed at a recent meeting of
the Congress of Civic Councils and
that it had received the unanimous
support of the members.
The Blood Bank, organized
through the cooperative effort of
the Canal Zone Chapter of the Am
erican Red Cross and the Canal
Zone Health Bureau, began opera
tion at Gorgas Hospital Feb. 1. An
other will be opened at Coco Solo
Hospital as soon as equipment is
received, it was announced.
With the operation of the blood
banks, the charge of $25 for a pint
of blood will no longer pe re'
uired. Seybold said
Other questions of civic Interest
discussed during the monthly con conference
ference conference were the availability of
telephones for those residents of
La Boca who are affiliated with
civic, fraternal or religious organiz
ations; the correction of faulty
'-amage adjacent to two houses in
start their term vacations in
March; and an announcement that
although hospital bills are deduct deducted
ed deducted at the rate of 20 per cent of the
biweel'.ly basic pay, and that in
hardship cases, on application from
the employee, biweekly payments
can be reduced to as low as ?5.
Sleeping Sickness
Fighior Is Found
In Rem!)ie"A(rica
KADONA. Nigeria, Feb. 4 (UP)
Queen Elizabeth learned today
that British scientists in this Afri African
can African Colony have developed a new
drug to battle death-dealing steep
ins sickness among cattle.
On a visit to a remote W est
African research station, scientists
told the Queen the drug makes it
possible to immunize cattle lor
longer periods than ever before.
Dr. James Williamson, 27, devel developed
oped developed it at the West African Insti Institute
tute Institute for Trypanosomiasis (sleep
ing sickness) Research.
Four million square miles of A'
frica are infected by the disease,
but the new drug, as yet unnam unnamed,
ed, unnamed, is expected to permit cattle
raising in wider areas.
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END OF CONFERENCES As British Prime Minister Anthony
Eden (left) looks on, president Eisenhower signs a joint state statement
ment statement on their three-day talks which ended in Washington.
The President and Prime Minister, in a joint communique, de
clared that they will use their full Influence to keep Russia
"from breaking the peace."
US Taking Britain To Brink
Of War, Moscow Radio Avers

LONDON, Feb. 4 (UP) Radio
Moscow said today this, weeks
Eisenhower-Eden communique in
dicates the West, scorning Soviet
smiles at the "Summit," is pre
paring to renew the cold war.
"These (Anglo-American) talks
...make one wonder whether it
means a return to the Dannrupi
principles of the cold war and
increasing international tension,"
the broadcast said.
The Red radio also said bat-
British. leaders are running danc-
erous ria'ks in an effort to coiu
promisedifferences with the
United States, r I
A Moscow broadest said t h e
British government is "ignoring
Britain's interests' and "walking
along the brink of the precipice
in an effort to keep in step with :
Uie united States.
Ilalionalisf Ships
Duel Olf Kaoleng
TATPFI, Formosa, Feb. 4 fUP)
Nationalist warships teamed up
with land based artillery to drive
off a flotilla of communist gun gunboats
boats gunboats and sma'ier vessels Which
stabbed at tiny Kaoteng Island un under
der under cover of darkness it was re reported
ported reported today.
The reports said nationalist war warship
ship warship intercepted a heavy concen concentration
tration concentration of communist vessels near
Kaoteng, in the Matsu group, short shortly
ly shortly after dusk last night. The ni ni-tionalist
tionalist ni-tionalist vessels illuminated the
area with aerial flares and heavy
gun duels erupted.
For almost thren hours national
ist and communist naval, vessels
exchanged punfi', with land, ar artillery
tillery artillery on both sides joining in. Of
ficial reports described the firing
as "furious."
There was no estimate of dam damages
ages damages or losses.
The action was viewed with
considerable concern by observers
here., It followed what official gov government
ernment government reports said was the heav heaviest
iest heaviest shelling thus far of Kaoteng.
probably the most vulnerable 1 of
the Matsu Island group. ;
Official reports said communist
heavy artillery hit Kaoteng Is Island
land Island with some' 800. rounds last
nieht. .;'.:':' :
Kaoteng 5s a tiny outpost be between
tween between the main nationalist defen defensive
sive defensive position at Matsu and the
mainland. Matsu is 14 miles off
the mainland. Kaoteng is about
five miles rom the nearest com
munist held island positon.
Limited H

In Move I o Stimulate Hvdroaen Resear

WASHINGTON, Feb. 4 (UP) -i
The Atomic Energy Commission!
announced today it will give a
limited number of private individ individuals
uals individuals and companies access to previously-secret
information on the
control, of H-bomb reactions.
It said the action, effective to tomorrow,
morrow, tomorrow, is designed to stimulate
"independent experimentation and
research" in the "enormously dif difficult
ficult difficult problems" posed by efforts
to harness nydrogen power lor
peacetime uses.
Chairman Clinton P. Andorton
(D-N.M.) of tho Joint Congres Congressional
sional Congressional Atomic Energy committoo
has been oxtrcmoly critical of
what ho tormod unnoctsiary to to-erery
erery to-erery on tno pr f tho AC on
hydrogen power problems.

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"The communique leaves no
doubt that- American leaders are
solving the Anglo-United States
contradiction at Britain's ex
pense," tne Moscow oroaucasier
said.. "Things are not only wrong
but getting dangerous for Britain
..(which is) subjected most unre unreasonably
asonably unreasonably to the risk of war."
Commenting on tne t,snhow-i
er-Bulganin exchange,' Moscow
said "American generals and ad
mirals never stop calling for ; a
boost to h arms- tlrh""!
; ie'n! to ii0e Uie hyurogen, bomt
gamst other contnes, despite
tlle 4ct m one i even thinking of
attacking the United States."
V.;":. "r,1 '' ,.'-:':r.
A f t
'iLdiE UI KCd UrCGII
nn LiMll..
Comes To Conclusion
The case of the Dea-ereenl
Pontlac has finally come to a
end after length court litiga
tion. .i --.
judgment ior 52,225 was a a-warded
warded a-warded Charles E. Booher, a
Curundu resident, to cdver pur purchase
chase purchase price plus Insurance fees
on the elusive car which he
never saw after he had paid $800
as a deposit back in June. 1953.
The case of Booher vs. Marlon
Harley was aadly taneled
throughout the lengthly litiga
tion, it developed tnat Booher
purchased the car from Harley,
who refused to deliver the auto automobile.
mobile. automobile. Booher filed action ex exactly
actly exactly a year ago.
The plaintiff's attorney. David
!A, De Leon, revealed yesterday
tnat me judgment m their fav favor
or favor was awarded earlier this
week. .
Flew Mini Asked
For US By Solon
WASHINGTON, Feb. 4 (UP)
Kep. Kenneth j: Gray (D-III.) said
today he has asked Mint Director
W. IL Brett to consider establish establishing
ing establishing a .single, centrally-located U.S.
mint, preferably in southern Il Illinois.
linois. Illinois. '." .-
Gray said present mint opera operations
tions operations at Denver and Philadelphia
"are somewhat outmoded," and
a modern, centrally located mint
would belter serve the govern government's
ment's government's needs.

- Bomb Secrets To Be

He and AEC Chairman Lewis
L Strauss have been conducting
a polite but running battle on the
question of whether more such in information
formation information should be released to
qualified individuals and firms.
Until now, research on fusion
power has been exclusively a gov government
ernment government project. Even under the
new order, data will be available
only to Americans and U.S. com companies
panies companies which can pass the strict strictest
est strictest kind of security clearance
tests. -.-
Efficient control of H-bomb re reactions
actions reactions would give mankind a vir virtually
tually virtually inexhaustible supply of pow power.
er. power. But it may take years to solve
the' many difficult problems involv-
The AEC issueaisnew"biuer

.eaves

or Red-proposed

!o-Fiaht

PARIS, Feb. 4 (UP) The French government said
today that the non-oggression pacts proposed to Presi President
dent President Eisenhower by Russia could be of "considerable"
importance if East-West disputes are settled first.
The new government of Socialist Premier Guy MoN
let, in a formal communique, left the door open for con concluding
cluding concluding the pacts at a later time. : 2 Z
But France ruled out any immediate conclusion elf
treaties with the Soviets. It stressed that any such pacts
should come only after East-West disputes are settled.
The communique was issued after foreign minister
Christian Pineau received "courtesy" calls from U. S.
ambassador C. Douglas Dillon and British ambassador

Sir Gladwyn Jebb this morning.
It said France regretted that Russia already nod
denounced the 1944 friendship treaty between the two
countries when France approved the rearmament of Wesf

Germany.. -.
The French communique hauV the continuation of exchar.-M
ed Mr. Elsenhower's reply to the! of views could only favor "tht
first Soviet pact offer as encour- mutual understandina and make
aging Soviet Premier Nikolai easier the safeguarfMns of vf
riSai to.corHnne .the .expand th? a-, "civVr .r

Ciiacge.bi?een tha .two Jead
ers.
Mr. Eisenhower turned down
the first offer, explaining
what was needed was Soviet
deeds, not words.
, "The French govern ment,"
the communique said, "Is happy
to note that the answer of Pres President
ident President Elsenhower to the first
message of President Bulganin
encouraged him to continue the
dialogue and to maintain wnn
the West a contact whose per-
manence France has always
sought to ensure."
1 it said that although last!
summer's summit conference!
Uia IlUfc CUU III jjm-.v
settlement "it never theless
Opened negotiations and permit permitted
ted permitted the indispensable confronta confrontation
tion confrontation of the respective views."
"Whatever the procedure used,
Isrscl's Shsrcli
Scores Anglo PIsn
For Buffer Zone
JERUSALEM, Feb. 4 (UP)
Foreign Minister Moshe Sharett
said the Anglo-American plan to
create an internationally-patrolled
buffer zone on Israel's bor borders
ders borders would only "complicate a
situation which is bad enough
now.".. : :-.- '.:.'-.
Bharett told a group of labor
leaders he believes the Arab
states as well as Israel would
resent the intrusion of an "out "outside
side "outside force" into their affairs.
Sharett expressed confidence
that American .leaders will sup support
port support Israel in its opposition to
border changes and ita request
for arms.
"There are clear signs that A A-merican
merican A-merican leaders Jews and non non-Jews,
Jews, non-Jews, are nearer the view that
It is morally wrong and entirely
Imnractlcai.to press Israel for
territorial concessions.,.' he
said.
in announcing that a broader reg regulation
ulation regulation under which business
firms and individuals may "gain
access to restricted data relating
to civilian uses of atomic energy"
becomes effective tomorrow.
Tho Commission hot issued
more than 400 so-called access
permits under the broad regula regulation,
tion, regulation, which first was published
last May., Tho revised form inc included
luded included the new order on control controlled
led controlled fusion processes.
An advisory panel created by
the Joint Congressional Committee
on Atomic Energy recommended
earlier this week that fusion : se secrecy
crecy secrecy be relaxed so far as security
will permit to get more manpower
and brainpower into research
wk.""It said industry "should be

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Door Open

Pads
- j ty.
"As for the Cflnnlnslnn
International accords, tha
French government consider
that these would have mora
weight if they were the crown
of a positive effort to settle
pending questions.
meir significance would ba
considerable if they came after
the elimination of the principal
obstacles which still stand- in
the wav of a frienriiv nrt
fident cooperation between East
an(i west."
Unidentified Man
Snafches Vcno's
Purse At Limils
Panama and Canal Zone po police
lice police today were looking for an.
unidentified man who reported reportedly
ly reportedly snatched the handbag of a
Balboa housefife from her car
while she was driving away from
the Chinese gardens at the Lim Limits
its Limits today shortly before noon.
The purse-snatcher got awaf
with the billfold containing J20
and some of the identification
papers of Mrs. Walter Brown of
Balboa. ,..'.:'-.
A crowd of curious spectators
gathered at the Limits to watch
the police in operation "after
word circulated abont the purse purse-snatching.
snatching. purse-snatching. -"'
According to a police report,
the unidentified man reached
into the right side of Mrs,
Brown's car and pulled out her
white hartdbag. He ran toward
Panama, discarding the purse in,
the bushes, after he had extract extracted
ed extracted the wallet containing money
and identification papers. The
purse was subsequently recover recover-ed
ed recover-ed "by policemen.
Mrs. Brown had Just finished
shopping at the gardens and
was driving slowly out of the
area when the incident occur
red at around 11 a.m.
Released
given enough information on fu fusion
sion fusion to judge whether investment
in atomic power would be sound.
The AEC said work in the fu fusion
sion fusion field "is still only in the
very early experimental stage."
It said the data to be given eligibly
persons and firms will include
"information on tthe theory, de design,
sign, design, development and operation
of experiments relating to tho
controlled release of energy
from thermonuclear reactions."
When the advisory panel marts
its recommendations Wednesday,
Strauss said the AEC already is
giving information to potential in
vestors to the fullest extent con-
t silent with national tecum y.

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"Two years ago my husband, a retired Panama Canal em employe
ploye employe (than whom there is no lower person on the Isthmus as
far as privileges- are concerned even lower than you, Ser Sergeant's
geant's Sergeant's wife,, or you, Private's Wife), discovered that he had
an advanced malignancy. At Gorgas Hospital, he was examin examined
ed examined by and later operated by the finest doctors he could have
had anywhere. This is a fact.
This surgeon, and all of the -other doctors, both medical
and surgical, were in constant attendance upon my very 111
htisband, and all possible was done for him during his long
stjr in the hospital, as well as during the follow-up and ad advice
vice advice given during his rehabltulation following his discharge
from the hospital.
oMy husband became ill again and was hospitalized. I was
permitted to be with him constantly, and I was there to observe
the, care given him by doctors, nurses, dietitians and orderlies,
and they also gave me kind care and attention. When he died,
they were my friends.
.;I havs been 111 recently, "myself and was hospitalized. I
ain." what one would call a "lowly Canal employe," yet I know
I'could not have had better care had I been a colonel's wife.
""An interesting thing that I noticed was that on my ward
trWe were women from all parts of the canal Zone, as well as
frojn outside, i.e., one from Santiago, Chile', one from Ban Jose,
Costa Rica; a wife of a high Navy officer; wife of a Navy man
(I 'Understood that she was a native of Santa Lucia); an Air
Force wife; wife of an Army private. There was oniy one wom woman
an woman on the ward who was disgruntled the wife of an Army
sergeant who demanded special privileges,
The women on-the ward,, all of whom were "so pleased with
the treatment received, were disgusted with her and it was the
consensus that by your treatment of others, "You get what you
ask for," which Is true in everything, Isn't it?
' -.-'y 1 : Grateful Patient

Peter Edson
In
Washington

.fclr:s

;3n regards

to a Future Senator's letter about Gorgas. I

ii hope that something can be done not only for my sake,
i but for other people who will be patients at Gorgas.
"- !3. have" sent one letter to the Mall Box. Since writing It
TTiave been in Gorgas again. As for getting the doctor you
.want for $22 a day, I was told I would have the doctor that
war on the ward at that time or come home (which was the
saiile Doctor, I wrote about In my other letter), V
1 went to surgery the next day after I was admitted: The
following day this same doctor came into my room and told
me I was ready to go home. ',
On my way, trying to get to the phone to call someone to
come pick me up, I fell down. Another doctor came along and
asked me why I was out of bed. When I .answered "I was told
to go home." This doctor said, "I don't think you should be
going home"; but helped me to the phone, waited for me to
make the call, then had one of the men who works there hold
me up so I could get back to my room. ; v.,
(Why does Gorgas get all the doctors that are. just? outf

coiieg wun a tne tax aoiiars tne people have to pay why
carj-'i we have a few that already know something? . ,'.
To a Future Senator: After having spent the most part of
a year in Gorgas, I could tell you a lot; but who am I to say
anything? We only pay taxes,
J An- Air- Force Wife

FEDERAL BUDGET EXPENDITURES

fiscal Tear W Estimated Amountt ia lillion

CIVIL OPERATIONS y J
ADMINISTRATION AP'jT V,- t
PROTECTION JJr

WASHINGTON NEA) Com

panson of the Hoover Commis

sion s recommendations for a new

U.S. water resources policy with

President Eisenhower's Cabinet
advisory committee shows few

similarities.

The general objectives are the

same to bring Some order out of

a horrible mess. It has grown into

a national scandal because of a
lack of central direction and the

rivalries of 25 competing govern
ment agencies

The Eisenhower recommenda

tions lor correcting this situation

were sent to Congress as the work

of Secretaries McKay of Interior,

Wilson of Defense and Benson of

Agriculture. Actually, these three
did little more than sign the report.

It was drawn up by a sub-Cabi

net committee of 30, headed by
Undersecretary of Interior Clar

ence A. Davis. Serving with him
were Assistant Secretaries George
M. Roderick of Army and Ervin L
Peterson of Agriculture. They were
aided by such technical experts as
Maj, Gen.-Samuel D. Sturgis, Jr.,
chief of engineers, Surgeon Gen General
eral General Leonard A, Scheele and the
President's Coordinator of Public
Works, Maj. Gen. John S. Bragdon.
They met once a week for more
than a year and a half. They made
no transcript of their proceedings.)
Between sessions the staff did re

search and prepared papers. But
in the end they agreed on a report
which they say is politically real realistic.
istic. realistic. 1
At one point, Gen. Bragdon made
a comparison of Hoover Commis Commission
sion Commission recommendations and the
Davis committee's own findings.
But Undersecretary Davis says
they never took the Hoover report
as a basic document and voted
approval or disapproval of its find

ings. What thev made was a com

olctclv independent study.' The

Hoover reoort was not followed

In spite of this, Clyde T. Ellis,
general manager of National Rural
Electric Cooperative Assn, calls
the President's paper a "Little

Hoover Reoort."

Leland Olds, former federal pow power:
er: power: commissioner and a leading
public power, advocate, says it's
worse. "What this report proposes

to abandon," Olds told the U.b,
Chamber of Commerce water re resources
sources resources conference in St. Louis,
"is the whole concept of compre comprehensive,
hensive, comprehensive, multipurpose river basin
programs.".
So the fight is on, It is of more
interest in the West, where wa

ter rights mean survival. But the
northeastern U.S. floods of last

lvear ana me growing acmauu up

water for .industrial 'uses; plus

stream pollution, make this a num-

her one issue an over me country.

The first of 15 recommendations

by the Hoover Commission was
that "f!nneress should adopt a na

tional water policy.": The Eisen

hower report dumps mis recom recom-mnnHatinn
mnnHatinn recom-mnnHatinn rieht down the drain. :

"A uniform national blueprint for
water resources development is

neither practicable nor desirable,
says the Eisenhower report, "Each
area must be considered in the
lieht of its own present and antici

pated problems. :."''
In short, the Eisenhower plan
looks to water policies developed
by local interests, not by national

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THIS ONE'S FOR REAL Glen City School students at Santa Paula, Calif., don't need any more
toy jet airplanes. They've got a real one, right in their own school yard. It's surplus, obsolete
Republic F-84B Thunderjet, minus its powerplant. Presented to the school by the Air Force, the jet
is serving two purposes. When it's not in use as an educational aid, it's used as part of a novel slid
ing board. These kids are climbing into the jet on one side, then sliding down on the other.

Walter Winctiell In lewYont

PROTECTION IS EXPENSIVE-This pie chart breaks down
President Eisenhowers 65.9-billion-dollar budget for fiscal 1957 in
terms of a few broad purposes. As it has been for years, the
largest portion,- billion dollars r 64 per cent, goes for deterring
possible aggression and strengthening our alliances. Next largest
part, 13.9 billion dollars or 21 per cent is earmarked for civil
benefits of various kindr 1.

SIDE GLANCES

By Colbraith

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The Hoover report recommend recommended
ed recommended that the Department of Agri Agriculture
culture Agriculture upstream flood control pro program
gram program be transferred to Army engi engineers.
neers. engineers.
The Eisenhower report passes up
any "idea of reorganizing any of
the 25 government agencies now
dealing with water resources. It
recommends leaving them all In
business at the same old stands stands-some
some stands-some even enlarged-but working
together better in the future under
a "coordinator."
The Hoover Commission recom recommended
mended recommended that Federal Power Com Commission
mission Commission be given additional au au-thnrifv
thnrifv au-thnrifv over the sale and produc

tion 1 nf all DUblic nower. and to

mien nnwer rates.

The Eisenhower report took the

nncitinn it was not Douucaiiy real

istic to get the government out of

power proauciion. 11 luuium l ojp
Congress, so why consider it?
BREAKFAST CLUE
TRAVERSE CITY, Mich. (UP)-

police Capt. George Green

couldn't help notice the tancy
breakfast ordered by two teen-age

boys in the restaurant wnere ne
stopped for coffee. A little later

Green icarnca mai a neaiuy sv sv-VinA
VinA sv-VinA Ytnon hnrnlarirprl nf

$16. He returned to the restaurant,
questioned the boys, and they ad admitted
mitted admitted breaking into the station.

"I'll say there are a lot of girls in this office who don't
want to et married I've asked them!"

j in.

MAN ABOUT TOWN

Grace Kelly is said to be upset
about the way, her publicity has
been going. The kidding from com comedians
edians comedians and kin writing "insides"
about her. She has consulted a
public relations man on how to
get back on the right track. Willie

Mays, the N.Y, Giants star, appar

ently plans marrying Marguerite

Wendell, as oft itemed. The spark sparkler
ler sparkler he just gave her came from
the diamonds in his championship
belt. .Joanne Gilbert of Holly Hollywood
wood Hollywood and bridegroom Danny Ar Arnold
nold Arnold decided against Reno, Dating
steadily, though dwelling apart. .
The Dewey Martin-Peggy Lee idyll
is for sure. . "Miss Universe" and
Prince Cljarles Manu (of Tahiti)
are another intcrnatiorial romance.
He is the nearest thing to a Royal
Catch in Hollywood these nights

. ,The Ford, stocK payment date
and Ike's failure to give a definite
yes or nope on '56 are blamed for
the stock market decline, .' .Dick
Haymes' brother Bob and his wife
are ending their long estrange estrangement.
ment. estrangement. Consulting attorneys.
Joan Collins' place in Sidney
Chaplin's affections has been in inherited
herited inherited by Jean Coyne. .The torch)
toter in Terrv Hatfield's life is not

the Geo. Thompson of Ralph Flan Flanagan's
agan's Flanagan's staff. .Sterling Hayden'es
ex (Betty) and actor Wm. Phipps
are steadying. .Peter Townsend
will wed Elizabeth Seal of the Lon London
don London "Pa jama Game" cast. He's
the writer, not Meg's ex. .Don .Donna
na .Donna Martell, seen in the.film "Love
Is A Many Splendored Thing," and
husband Gene Corso, outfielder for
the Pirates, will get .their image
in April. .Jean Carroll's recon reconciliation
ciliation reconciliation with husband Buddy Howe
ended a 5 year estrangement, i
Did Lorna Bolton of the Latin Quar Quarter
ter Quarter line elope with Frank Military,
mgr for Eileen Barton? They alle allegedly
gedly allegedly so" confided to pals. .Eyebrow-raiser:
Time Mas' caDSnle
critique of "Helen of Troy," the
film; "Hot pants in high places."
(Broadwayites are flipping over
the score of "Mr. Wonderful," the
hottest in seasons. The writers, all
in their 20s, were sponsored by
music publisher Tom Valando. .
Warner Bros, wrapped up the mov mov-ie
ie mov-ie rights to Broadway's latest nit,
"Time Limit," long before it ar arrived'
rived' arrived' in town. i That mysterious
blonde seen with Franchot Tone is
Dolores Dorn-Heft of "Uncle Van Van-ya"
ya" Van-ya" ; .Bill Johnson, who says he,
doesn't date the ladies, dates Jet
MacDonald, divorcee, at Upstairs-at-the-Duplex.
t .That swanky car
in Shubert Alley nightly is to pick
up Temple Texas of "Pipe Dream" 1

. .Hide a-wooers include Brando

and actress Suzanne Ayers. .Burt
Lancaster and producing partner

H. Hecht are on the verge of end
ing a friendship.

The former Mrs. Jack Carter Is

the sugar in Silzaro David's tea.

He's the Brazilian dept store biggie
. .Even though the British tax
collector cut 50 percent out of her

salary, Joyce Grenfell will return
to Broadway next Fall. . That

was a darling argument between ajHealy, and Rita Harrington (of

lop Daion-iwiner ana ner uvy menu
at Longchamps the other night. She
tossed her roast beef at him. He

ducked and it landed on a snow-

eirl's mink. Lawsuits, etc. .Pret

tiest night club boss in town is
Martha Kay, a former model. Her
spot is The Velvet on 2nd Avenue
: .The Hickory House and Fu
Manchu in Miami Beach are very
high on the list of the Very Choosy

.'..vine inunderoira cans ltseu a

motel. It is more like a palace.
Movie critic Bosley Crowther ran

ped the father in the screen version

of "Desperate Hours" for not tell

ing the police. Last week Bosley

reviewed "Ransom and rapped

the parent for going to them!

January was a sour month for

the Broadway cinema places, Worst

than in '55. .sunny uaie s new
heartbeat is Noel Kramer, her

record-promoter. .Howard Rush
more is now editor of Police Ga

zette. .The eurrent chill between

Linda Christian and Edmund Pur

dom started over the party she

chucked for Ty Power. .Mrs.

Wm. Woodward," Jr.1, the widow,

relaxes in the park -every day ice

skating, with her sons.'She wears
a leopard skin as a good-luck belt

. .. .Hollv Brooke, a Warner starlet,

is suing Mickey Mantle for $200,-

000. Alleged breacn of Dusmess
contract. Due in the courts this
months. .Tonic A at Romeo Sal-

ta's was Garbo and her new best

friend, Greek shipping tycoon On On-assis.
assis. On-assis. .Authorities are wise to the
UN Girl Fridays, some of whom
are prospering in a slick black
market of tax-free foreign .clggies.
Is everything honky-dooly with
Ilona Massey and her new mate?
We hope so. The busybodies keep
saying they fear not r . Geo
Moore's amoore is Al Mathes
The George Barnes divorced. He's
the songwriter. She's actress Joyce
Jameson ... Why is the Dept.
of Justice suddenly probcing a top
investigator for a Senate Com Committee?
mittee? Committee? . Don Taylor and Mar Marion
ion Marion Brash are twoing Greg
Peck is in almost every scene
of "Man in the Gray Flannel
Suit." Has dialog on all but 14

"sides" of the 186 page script
Hoagy Carmichael thinks Sylvia
Sidney is the most . They
say Mary istor's next is a Chicago
broker .. Miriam Hopkins has
a Justice mad about her
Frances Faye returns to town (at
the Cameo) tomorrow after an ab absence
sence absence of six years Add tender
titles for a new film: "Count the

Dead

Rocky Graziano's ex-jngr, Jack

nisa 17as!h;:gtoii

1 -x

Hi

ly OUZVi PEAHSON

the Embers) are planning to blend

it all . Marlene dietrich re reportedly
portedly reportedly said she'd do her first
TV spectacular, but didn't want

money. She wondered if the net

work would give the equivalent

in time to Adlai . Eddie Rick

enbackcr will be a Horatio Alger
nominee this year ; This Mu Mutual
tual Mutual network reports: "Wincheli's
fast-expanding Mutual audience
one-fourth "greater than last year

in N. x. One-sixth greater in
Chicago. One and a quarter times

greater in Los Angeles and one

and a half times ditto in San

Francisco" ; Tokyo Rose's debt

to society is paid. No other in

dictment remains but the one in

her heart., So here's wishing her

what she wished -all of us when
Japan was winning . Jesse
Greer's latest song: "Oh, What

a Night for Murder! I'm Gonna

Kill You With Love!"

" Actress Leigh Snowden and Dick
Contino say they will not wed,

just remain in love . A noted

merchant broke up the Kyle
Donnell-Ed Wilcox romance

Dorothy Kilgallen flew to Florida
for the first time' last week and

caught a cold. Bedded most of
her visit. Her first impression

must be a corker ... Susan Hay Hay-ward's
ward's Hay-ward's ex (Jess Barker) has 1

new interest. Starlet Jean Osborn
;'..; Who was the movie star

(male) who paid the St. Regis

hotel more than $700- for breaking"

up the suite on a binge? .
Locals think Gary Crosby's pulse

hopper is Myrna Fox. but Vegas

folks say the one and only is the
prettiest gal in the Sands Hotel

line. Linda Lawson . Gloria
Vandcrbilt will call her autobiog
"Secret Garden" . "Someone
Waiting," the new Emlyn WUliams
thriller, was rapturously received

in Boston . Close- mentis

report that Joan Crawford sleeps

with her 87 diamond bracelet, for

sentimental reasons . Lenore
Lemmon is suing her ex-husband
for $26,000, which she alleges he
owes her . They say Grace

Kelly wears white gloves because

she is a nau-biter.

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BUICK'S CENTURION HAS BUILT-IN TV The rear-end panel of this experimental car houses"
a TV camera, and TV viewer is on the instrument panel, replacing the rear-view mirror. The
model, one of five new "dream cars" at GM's Motorama of 1958 in New York, is of glass fiber construc construction.
tion. construction. Standing 53.7 inches high, it features, along with television, stop and backup lights located
tn a "bomb" in the rear center of the car. Steering column and wheel are of the aircraft type, giving
the driver more leg room. Front seat slides back as doors open to ease entrance. It then is moved
forward snanuallv for rear-seat oassengers.

WASHINGTON Whether you
are for or against the bill to exempt
natural gas from Federal regula regulation,
tion, regulation, von ran't hln K,,t n,k ......

eyes at the clockwork precision of
the lobby which is bent on pushing

mo xiarru-r uiDngnt DUl throucfl
Congress.

Never in the

coverea wasnington have I seen
such a skillful job of backstage
maniDulatinn. Whihr ...v.;.

wants natural pa rotmiativn

not, k proDaDiy isn t going to get
it. The Southwest oil and gas boys

appear 100 powenul.
They have organized themselves

into a lobby which two years ago
began operating verv ouietlv fnr

the present Senate showdown. No

uciau was overiwuea. r,veryming
was geared originally to get the
eas bill to a vote hv last

There was only one thing the

loony oion i ngure on the heart
attack of the able Senate leader,
Lvndon Johnson, the real prvtfath.

er of the bill. Without his deft

guidance, the bill missed out last
summer, but Johnson has now
made it the first order of business
in the current Senate,, despite op opposition
position opposition from many of his own
Demoerats. and desnite the fart

that Republicans welcome this de-
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Daie as a cnance 10 snow mat dem democrats
ocrats democrats are in on the giveaway busi

ness too.
Tier are detail nf hnw the oat

lobby quietly laid the groundwork
for the showdown vote now about
to come up in the Senate.
STACKED COMMITTEE
First, Sen. Lyndon Johnson
asked Eisenhower to appoint a
cabinet advisory committee to
study the question of energy, in including
cluding including natural gas and its exemp exemption
tion exemption from Federal regulation. Sec Sec-nnrl.
nnrl. Sec-nnrl. I.vndon (witched his Texas

colleague, Price Daniel, though a

freshman senator, irom ine inter interior
ior interior Committee where he had helped
In nat the Tirielanris oil hill, tn

the Judiciary committee, where he

could help pass the natural gas
bill.
Meanwhile. F.itenhnurer. talcincr

advice from his Texas friends,

pretty well stacKea tne Aavisory
Committee with friends of the gas
industry. Consultants to the natural

an section included Kicnard tret-

tell of Texas oil; Richard Gonzales

of HumDle on; Minor Jameson,
Jr., of the Independent Petroleum
Association nf America: and Serge

Tnrenev nf Continental Oil.

Jureney, incidentally, is assistant

to the chairman 01 continental uu,
t. F. McCullum. who Is also head

of the natural gas industry com committee,
mittee, committee, mainspring .behind the gas
lobby. .. ..

This committee, ft this point,
nrnceeded tn raise total Of SI.-

500,000 with which to pressure and

propagandize? congress.
Next step war to' get their bill
;trrwH,icoH in r.nntTess under the

l.l.iuuukk rs ' --
best possible auspices. To do this

they picxea rercy rnesi ul ku-

nessee, chairman vt me nouse in interstate:
terstate: interstate: Commerce Committee.

WORG BEGINS IS CONGRESS
Tennessee is a state which does

not produce sas and does not relish

an increase in the price of gas.
Despite this, the gas lobby figured
they could control Priest and even
nnrtsi In advance in the nil and

gas journal that "once his bill is

ready, Fnest plans to now prompt
hearings." --,
introduction of the bill was timed
tn enincide with the rennrt of the

Cabinet Advisory Committee, which

in view of its heavy industry mem membership
bership membership was sure to recommend

against f ederal regulation.
It did. :, -::..., ,.
The lohhv slinned un on one

minor matter, however. Congress Congressman
man Congressman Dren Harris nf Arkansas was

finally picked to be author of the

gas bill, instead ot mest. Harris
has long been close to the Arkansas
Public Utilities and Pan American
A.irwava His wife was even the

recipient of nylon stockings from

Ham Moses ot Arxansas rower
and Light during the war when

they were scarce.

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CAR WITH A FUTURE Meet the XM-Turnpike Cruiser, striking experimental Mercury beine
1 if,r1i,,..4 4 V a rhinnm. A,,Ia CL.... ti M-.i. .........

- .- ----- .u.Aa uaumcm Liiaauu uuiiciuji openings in wo
roof, over the two front seats. They automatically rise when the doors are opened, making it easy

" y "l '., r, "", me enure sine ann wrap iur around the eorners;
Only 4.4 feet high, it was developed to complement the modern American freeway. After its
Showing in Chicago, it Will loin automohile chn,. i n,,ioj 'n.k. un i

Kansas City. It. will then bedisDlayed in large and small cities throughout the country.

So Harris introduced the gas bill,
while Priest pushed it. Priest did
a remarkably efficient job. He not
only maneuvered the bill through
his committee by a razor-edge one one-vote
vote one-vote margin after the bill at first
was tied, but he voted for the bill
both in committee and on the House
floor and he was the onlv con congressman
gressman congressman from Tennessee who did
so. Just why is a question a lot of
Tennessee voters would now like
to find out.
When the final vote came up in
the house, it squeaked through by
a 209-203 vote margin only be because
cause because it had the powerful support
of popular speaker Sam Rayburn
and Republican leaders.
Sam called the House into ses session
sion session two hours early to pass the
bill and pressured eight key con

gressmen to change their vote.
The fact that Rayburn was for
the bill was easy to understand. He
comes from Texas, And the big oil
boys have long been able to redis redis-trict
trict redis-trict Rayburn's congressional dis district
trict district and defeat him if Sam doesn't
go down the line for gas and oil.
REPUBLICAN ROLL CALL
With Republican leaders, how
ever, it was different. Ex-Speaker
Joe Martin comes from Massa Massachusetts
chusetts Massachusetts which needs cheap gas.
Charley Halleck. the assistant GOP
leader, comes from Indiana, also
in need of cheap gas.
However, they came bustling
down the House aisle as the vote
was being taken, whispering to fel fellow
low fellow Republicans, .urging them to
get in line for the gas bill.
"There'll be plenty ofvcampaign
funds to support any congressman
whn votes rieht." was the word

passed through the lobbies. It was

likewise insinuated mat gas money
might be put-up to defeat those
who voted wrong.
It took all these high-pressure
tactics to whip enough congress congressmen
men congressmen into line to give the gas bill
a six-vote margin.
Mere are some nf the congress

men who bowed to the lobby de despite
spite despite the fact that they come
fmm was.cnrmiminf areas' where

housewives want low-priced gas:

Maryland MUier, uevereux,
Hyde, Republicans. ;

Maine Hale,' Nelson, Mclntire,
Republicans.
Massachusetts Rogers, Bates,
Nicholson, Curtis, Martin.
, Michigan Hoffman, Wolcott,
Bentlcy, Thompson, Cederberg,
Dondcro.
Nebraska Chase, Harrison,
Miller, Republicans.
New Jersey Widnall,. Osmers,
Republicans.
New York Mrs. St. George,
Cole, Miller, Kearney, Gwinn.
Ohio McCullough, Brown,
Betts, Jenkins, Bolton, F. P. Vorys,
Henderson, Bow, Minshall, Mc McGregor,
Gregor, McGregor, Republicans,
Tii;.ni. McVev Hoffman.

Shechan, Church, Reed, Mason,
Allen, Arends, Velde. Simpson,
Springer, Vursell, Chippcrf leld.

Unty lilree nuruiviu avemvyo
nA w th. hilt r.rav of Illinois.

Walter of Pennsylvania and Aspin-

all of Coioraao. in v,aiuoriii mui
r,.....l. aihn lisliallv VOtfi With

the consumers, this time voted

with the loDDy: miner w vy.-.
land King of Los Angeles, Doyle

and Sheppard.

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y served before dinner so you don't

nave to serve so much dinner.

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Ch'jrch cf Christ
. K. Milton Kvanieuat
Telephone 2-3i
MaLBOA: &L baiboa Road. u
Services Sunday ill -00 -- 11 SO a.BS.
llO 0 in. ...
CRISTOBAL: American Lefion Bait
Services SuBaay 10;ttl a-m. 11 JB
BiO ABAJU: House Ka. 8u24 lau 61
bunaxv 4:30 CUB1
Uniiarian
1HJ8
llNUAUA
SUCl&Tk
MdU -Sn,
Bids. 362
Ancoa Blvd.
' liamey Place
Ancoa
four uiviiatior
to UDrl
reiijpoa
oh the Atlantic de
inlereaieu pwi
ouy cU c.
boptut
COIOU BAPTIST CHURCH
Jli ttruja rwa
Drawer a.
, fhone K-l'iW :
Kui f r-auerm". raslor
Fhuae x-imi
Sunday School ......
taonuul Voinip
Irauu-i. Union .........
Evening Worsnip ........
Iraye.- Meeung
kMCh Vreontu,day .....
Brotawrbooo iu
Mo.iuay each rnontn .
Spamsu Bibie Scnooi
9:45 a.m
li:uu a.ra.
k:M P
jail P-m
730 pin.
1:00 pm
. 10:00 a jn.
StttlUUOJ ........
riRSl BATTISl CUUKCB
. Balboa Heights. C Z
U7 Ancon Boulevard
Drawer "B" Balboa Helgnti
Phone Balboa 1727
William H. Beeby, Pastor
Sunda, acnooi i .. ?? J ?
Unrnine Worship .......... 10.45 a m
Baulmi Training Union ....
fcvanaelisuc Service .. .....
Praver Meetina Wednes-
6:30 o.m
1:30 om
dayt
11 OB
W M S. Biblt Study Ttaure-
daya
Men' Brotherhood Lea1
Monday Id month t
9:00 eJB
130 QJB
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
Margarita Avenue at 5th btraet
Margarita. Canal Zone
Key. i. IB. Haulbrook. Pastot
Sunday School
Morning Worship
Baptist Training Union
Evening Worship .....
Brotherhood. Tuesday ......
Prayer Services, Wednesdays
W M.U., 1st tt 3rd Fridays
C.A., H A, tt Sunbeams.
Fridays
9:45 a m
11.00 a-ra
C:30 p.m.
7:45 p.m.
T.m o m
. 7:00 pm.
8:30 p.m
Salvation Army;
tNon-Denomlnationat EvangelWIt
Meetings)
( THE PACIFIC MD
f AN AM A CITY ., ..
lenir Captain and Mrs. M. McDonald
IS Februury Street, Phone: 28-200a
11:00 Holiness Meeting.
3:00 bLnday School.
7:30 Salvation Meeting.
LA BOCA C.Z.
Lieutenant Pamy Campbell
Building No. 1080, Phone: 2-28oT
11 :00 iloitness Meeting.
3:00 Sunday School.
1 30 Salvation Meeting.
PARAiSO.CZ.
Envoy ic Mrs. C. L. Moselcy
(iuiara Siieet.
11:00 H'Umess Meeting.
3:00 Si' rday School.
7:30 Salvation Meeting.
" f THE ATLANTIC SIDE -COLON
CENTRAL
Senior tnpi. and Mrs. C. Moonsawn.
14th Street. Phone: 38-743.
11:00 Holiness Meeting. v
3:00 Sunday School. :
7:30 solvation Meeting. .;
COLON 1HIBU STREET
'Major Rtlnt Bingham
11:00 Holiness Meeting.
3:00 Sunday School.
7:30 Salvation Meeting.
RAINBOW CITY. C.Z.
' Knvoy J. OIIL
St. Kitts and Jamaica Street.
11:00 Holiness Meeting.
3:00 finday School.
7:30 "Salvation Meeting.'
Union Churchss
micro all Protestanta couperata with
nity in essentials, liberty la non nonessential
essential nonessential end char'rr In ll thingt
THE ATLANTIC SIDE
CATUN
f Rv Ray Blakely, Pastor
Phone 5-355
:45 Church School. :
11:00 Worship Servlc.
1 5:45 p.m. Sr. Youth Followship.
8:00 p.m. Jr. Youth Fellowship.
MARGARITA'
The Rev. f aul a W. Oiander. Pastor.
Phiiue S-l9a.
( 30 Bible School '
10:45 Worahip aervice and Church-Unit
nursery.
.... CJ0 Youth rallowshlo.
jgg, PACIFIC BIDf 7
BALBOA
The Btv. Oscar W. Olsen Pastor '.
" nalboa Kd. at San Pablo St
Phone 2-1480 Church Office 2-323.
I do Church School Free bus service
Parsonage Discussion Group.
1030 Worship Service The Expanded
. Session, for Nursery, Kindergarten.
, Primary and Junior Depts.
Church-time Nurverv for ch.'Jdran
under 3.
. f :00 Junior-High Fellowship.
:00 Post-High Fellowship.
7:00 Senior -High Fellowship
GAMBOA
Dr. Walker M. Alderton,' Minister.
. Office Phone 6-470 Residence Phone
6-130. ."...
:30 ajn. Church School
10:40 a.m. Morning Worship Service
f.'ethsdist
IiU MKIHUOISI CHURCH
- (Britkb Conference!
' Rev. William H. Armstrong
. 16th St, Panama City
f :00 a.m. Morning travel and Senam)
1:00 p.m. Sunday School
7:15 o.m Evening Pravas and Sermon
f RlNlTt MKTHODIS1 CHUKCB
' 7tb Street and Melendei Avenue
Colon RJ
Rev. Samuel Walden, Minister
:3u a.m. -Morning Service and Holy
Communion
8 p.m. Sunday SchooL
7:15 pan. Evening Service.'
(Holy Communion 1st Sundays)
Monday. 7 30 o-m. Prayer Meeting.
GBENEZKH MKrilOlMSi CHUKCB
Rainbow City, CZ
ev. tjimiei waiaen. winmn
Sunua service ham anu om
iunuv School for all ages at 9:30 o.m
"Tom- Invitation To WnrWn.
Tuesday 7 OJB Prayet Meeting.

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atiM Paaam ead C4. peltt et msm, extend a walce. a
I ell tHMt re eteai aad wemea 4 the eratee) aervice. ead te ehriltek
tf abort, triendi end arreegcra.
Am m P"Ur aervice, the The PeMat AmerKea lift !, he
dMaminetfit. set ices at heun et venhip ead ether reeulai activitie.
Uttiiifa are reteteel tram Haee te tiaae, 0amiaatiea beviaf
awry one e two ceegrafotiees are listed awew "Othei Charcste Aad
Service, A aeeciel listme HKladad tor aenricaa jt Arm peers.
Air fret aase aad Nivel ststie.
Miatatet, cherch cretarie aad chepleias art asked re Mreraa
the atwt desk if writing ky Wady no at th larast at a ay
cbengat for th earning Satwdey't church Ml.

Christian Scientist
CUKlMtAA aCla.NL. .HtatCtUA
fst Cburcb ol Christ. bcietiUM. Anooi
- M0 Aoeoo Bouievara.
-iunday luuu. ednada IJ 0-
Sunoav School J0 aJD
urxt cnuna ul Crtl, MumOst, Unstooa
t3lh Street Bolivai Hiw :,
Sunni. Srrwww ;
Sunday 11 :00 a m. Wednesday 1:00 p.m.
Catholic
ST. MARY'S CHURCH Balboa
Sunday Mass! I 6:00.-10:00 and
holy uay
and 5:00 p.m. ....
Confessions: oaturuaj.
and 7:00 to 8:00 p.m. inursaay, oii
First Friday: 7:00 to 8:00 pja.
Miraculous saeoaj mw
0,cJ!eSl.' .it ouss
on Sunday. . 7
Kigh Schooj atuoy uw k
Wednesday. ..'
SACRED HEART Ancoa
Sunday Masses: 6:55. 130 JO
Holy Day masses: 155 a.m. anJ 5:00
"'Confessions: Saturday S:80 to 5:00 and
7:15 to 8:00 p.m. Thursday before Fuat
Friday T:ou pm. .:
Sacrea nart liwvouuiii v".
Fridays. . ..... ...
Catechism wassi aua w
Thursday
OUR LADt OF FAT1MA Curunde
Sunday Mass at 8:00 a.m.
Holy Day Mass at 830 p.m.
Confessions: 6:00 to 6:44 pjn on Sat-
ST. JOSEPH Paralse
Sunday Masse at 7:00 and 8:15 a m
Holy Day Mass at 6:00 p m
Weekday Masses: ,.M .m. v
Confession: Saturday 8 JO to 4:30 and
6:30 to 7:30. ,M iM
Catechism tiasss sunoay a;w h .w
P'Miraculou Medal Novenat 1:00 pm
on Friday. . .,.. m...J.. ,jy,
Convert insirucuonai mui .-w
p.m. .,.....'...
ST. VINCENrS-Panami City
Sunday Masses; 6:00 and 8:30 a.m.
Holy Day Masses: 8:30 and 5:00 p.m.
(It It falls on Saturday the Maws are
6:00 and 8:30 a.m.)
Confessions: Saturday 8:00 to 5.00 end
7:00 to 8:00 p.m. Thursday before First
Friday 7:30 p.m.
Miraculous Medal Noven and Sta Sta-tlons
tlons Sta-tlons of th Cross: Friday 7:00 p.m.
Catechism tiass: Atier .ov ui w
Sunday -..,. ,a
convert viass: eav p.m.
Thursday.. ,.
ST. THERESA'S CoeeB
Sunday Mass: 8:30 a.m. .ni
Hnlv Dav Mass: 6:00 a -TO. (It It fan
An Sutnrriav R:30 a.m.)
Catechism wass: o:v
Monday.
Comessionii :uv to :jv
ST. JOHN BAPTIST DE LA SALLB
Parqae' Lefevre --s v-
Sunday Masses: 6:30 and 8:30 sm.
u.-..ir riav Mass: 6:30 Mon., Tthurs.
r.i mA c,i rirat Frlrlv mass: 6:00 a m.
Holy Day Masses: e:w ojh. w -w
P'ronfiilona: 8:30 to 430 and 7KK to
8:00. p m, on Saturday
Miraculous meoaj iw
P"?-. . .... .... e,,..
uatecnism viasa; o.ou F-1"'
Convert Class: Monday 730 D.ra. :
ST. THERESE'S La Boea
Sunday Mass: 7:00 a.m.
Holy Day Mass: 5:30 p.m.
rnnflnn! Katurdav 6:30 to 7:30 p.m
Thursday before First Friday 6:30 pjn..
Catechism Class: s:ia p.m. on oj
Sacred Heart Novena: 70 pro. op
"!day .
Convert ciassi o:v p.m- -j
ATLANTIC SIDE
- ST. JOSEPH'S Coloa
Sunday Masses! 5:45, 8:00 and :15m.
Holy Day Masses; 6:45 and 8:00 am.
nrA K-H mm.
Confessions: baiuraay :w w a.vv wm
7:00 to 8:u0 p.m.
Miraculous Meoai ovna: weuiirauajr
6:15 and 7:00 p.m.
Sacred Heart novena: rnaay 1.1a pm
c.nv Kvenlns Services 7:00 P.m.
Convert Class: 7:15 pjn. on Mondays
arm
Catechism Class: Sunday 10:15 m. to
11:45 a.m. 3:00 p.m. 10 :uu p.m.
. rti rrldav Exnositlon of Most Bins.
ed Sacrament all day. Reposition at 5:30
a.m. Saturday morning.
First Saturday Devotions to our Lady
ir.HmnTh. Holv Rosarv 5:00 a.m.
First Communion Instruction for chil children
dren children Mondays and Thursday 6:00 to
7 :uu pjn.
Kimriav Masses: 7:00. 8:00 and 10:30 a.m
Holy Day Masses: 6:00. 8:00 a.m. and
5:15 p.m. '',
Confessions: Saturday 4:00 to 5:00 and
7-00 to 8:00 p.m. Alter notary eacn eve eve-"Vllraculous
"Vllraculous eve-"Vllraculous Medal Novena: 1:15 and
7:00 p.m. on Monday.
Catechism Class: After 8:00 Mas on
Sunday.
First Friday Exposition all day during
the School year.
First Saturday: Mass at 8:00 am.
HOLT FAMILY CHURCH Margarita
Sunday Masses: 7:00 and 8:30 a.m.
Holy Day Masses: 6jOO a.m. and 5:15
p.m. ' r
Confessions: 4:00 to 5:00 and 7:00 to
S'OO p.m. Saturday.
Miraculous jneaai novena: i:ou pm.
an Mondav. )
Church History uroup every Tuesday
at 7:30 p.m.
JTeen-Aage Club: 7:30 p.m. on wednes
day.
Catechism class: :oo p.m. inursaay.'
First Friday Devotions: 7:00 p.m.
Inquiry-Discussion Group every Frl
day 7:30 p.m.
ST.' VINCENTS Rainbow City
Sunday Massess: 6:30 a.m. and 1:00
a.m.. -.
Holy Day Masses: 6:00 am. and 6:00
p m.
Confessions: 4:00 to 8:00 and 7:00 to
8:00 p.m. Saturday.
Catechism Class: 10:45 a.m. on Sunday.
Convert Class every Monday at 7:00
p.m. ...
Miraculous Medal Novena: 740 pjn
on Tuesday.-
Sacred Heart Novena: 7:00 pjn. on
Friday.
IMMACULATE CONCEPTION GattiB
, Sunday Mass: 8:15 a.m.
Holy Day Mass: 5:00 p.m.
Confessions: 6:30 to 7:00 p m. on Sat Saturday.
urday. Saturday. Catechism Class: 4:00 p.m. on Monday.
OUR LADY OP GOOD COUNSEL
Gemboa
Sunday Masses: 7:00 and 8:30 a.m.
Holy. Day Masses: 6:00 a.m. and 5:00
p.m v
Confessions Saturday at 7:00 p.m. and
ayer all evening devotions.
Baptisms by appointment
Miraculous Medal Novena: 7:00 p.m.
on Tuesday.
Sacred Heart Novena: 7:00 p.m on
Friday.
Sunday School: S:30 p.m. on Sunday.
Religious Instruction Class for Cbil-
drenf 4 p.m. o TliUrtday.-.
ilellgious instruction- tor aauius (ion-
ducted in Spanish): 7:00 pjn on Mop
I day.
Convert Instructions by appointment.

Episcopal

Th Kt Rev. R. Hebex Csedea, g.T D,
. BMUO
Th Vat) Rev. M. Kichard MacDooald
UllUll CJt :
THt CATHEDRAL OF ST. LUKB
SUNDAYS
:30 a -Hi holy Communion.
rt:4U ajn Santa Coimn union (4th Sun
.: day).
: 15 sju. Church School.
:4j 1 m. Jtscueia lminicaL
U OU am. Niorning Prayer and Sermon
' Holy Communion, tt irst bun-
oay).
7:00 pra. a.vening Prayer and Sermon
WtOJNtSDAYS
t 30 a Tii. Holy Communion.
7 AM) pre ivtning rTayer.
HOLV DAYS
6:00 ajn Holy Communion.
I M a m Holy Communion.
DAILY
8:15 a m. Morning Prayer.
12:00 Mu-daj Musionary Prayers.
CHURCH OF OUR SAVIOUR
- Third Street. New Cristobal
The Rev. Milton A. CooJuon. Putie
SUNDAY b
Holy Communion ......... 7:80 a Jn
Church School I JO ajn.
Morn.i.g Prayer
and Sermon .............. 11:00 jn
tFirst Sunday. Holy Communion)
Vesper Service and
Youth iellowshiD .... t flO njn
WEDNESDAYS
Holy coinniunion ......... 8:30 a m.
Choir Rehearsal .......... 7:30 p.m.
A House of Prayer for all people.
cocou
. Ckuirh ut bt Andre
The Rev. William W. Baldwin, Priest
in cnarge
SUNDAYS
Holy Comm union
Family Prayer and Church School,
0 a.m.
Morning Prayer and Sermon U ajn
IH.C first Sunday in Month).
Evening Prayer. 7 JO p.m.
Weekday Prxvet 8:00 aJn
COHOiAi
Chapel f the Good Shepherd
rii. Rev. Clarence vV. tuyc
6.00 a jo a.vr t'riday; Morruua fxi
IH.C 1st mat
a AM BOA ;
fit Sim..' I kio. h
Thl Rev. John Spear, Priest is Charge
SUNDAYS
Morning Prayer. 1st and 3rd.
Sunday 10 JO a.m
Holy Jomm union ana ser
mon, 2nd and 4th Sunday .. 10:30 a.m
Sunday benool .......
Youth Fellowship .....
Evening Prayer
3:00 pjn.
d:uv pjn.
7:00 p.m
6:00 cua.
MONDAYS
Girls' Friendly Society
Evening Prayer and Sermon 7:00 o.m
THURSDAYS
Holy Communion 1:00 a.m
Woman's Auxiliary. 2nd and
4th Thursdays 7 JO pjn
LA BOCA
St. Peter's Chorch
The Rev. John Spear, Priest Id Charge.
SUNDAYS
Choral Eucharist and Sermon 7:00 ajn.
Morning Praver and Church School
10:00 a.m. ..
Children' Cutharlst. Srd Sunday 10
a.m.
Holy Baptism 8:00 p m.
Evensong and Sermon 1-ifl n.m.
MONDAYS THRU SATURDAYS
Holy Communion 7:00 a.m
Evening Prayer 7:00 n.m
except Saturdays. Comnline 7:30 n.m.
ist lutauAis at 3rd mukuais
Woman Auxiliary ...... 7:30 pm
MARGARITA
Church of St. Margaret
Cornet ot Espave Ave., Brazot Blvd.
The Ktv, Milton A. Cooksea. Pastor
SUNDAYS
8:30 a let. Church school
9:30 a m Morning Prayer and dermon
(1st Sundays, Holy Communion)
4:30 n.m. Confirmation Instruction.
' PALO KM U
Chapel of The Holy Comforter
Ven. L. B. Shirley, Priest in Charge
Every Tuesday 8:30 a.m. Holy com com-PARAISO
PARAISO com-PARAISO St. Alhan's Chorrh
. the Rev. David A. Osberae, -Priest
in Chars :
SUNDAYS : '
8.00 a.m. Choral Eucharist V Sermon
12:00 noon Infant Baptism
3:00 n.m. Church School
(held in Building 131)
5:00 pjn. Youth Fellowship :
7 :00 m. Evnm nA Addres.
2nd AND Srd WEDNESDAYS
7 .30 did. Woman s Auxiliary and Al Altar
tar Altar Guild Meeting.
, .. .. ; PANAMA CITY
St, Paul' Church
The Ven.' Lemuel B. Shirley, Rector
The Bey. Fits R. Atwell. Deacoa
SUNDAYS
6:00 .m. Holy Communion
9 00 a..?!. Sung Eucharist & Sermon
10:45 am Morning Prayer and Church
scnooi .
12:00 nocr Holy Baptism
7:00 ..tn Solemn Vesper
TUESDAYS
8:30 a.m Holy Communion
WEDNESDAYS
6:00 m Holy Communion :
7:00 p.m. Evening Prayer
THURSDAYS AND FRIDAYS
8:30 1 m. Holv Communion
HOLY DAYS
6:00 a.m. Holy Communion. ...
CHRIS1 CHURCH Hr-TBE-SIA '.
Episreaal
Colon. R de P
(Opposite Hotel Wmhtnrton)
The Ven. Malnert J. Peterson, Recto
The Rev Henry A. Blak
Associate Rector
SUNDAYS
6:00 em Holy Communing.' 1
9:00 a.m Choral Eucharist and Sermon.
10:30 m Church School Session.
7:30 OJn Solemn Evensong and Sal-
WEDNESDAYS
6:00 a.m Holy Communion.
7:30 o.m Evening Prayer and Sermm
8:30 om Adult Confirmation Class
THURSDAYS
6:00 D-rn. Praver Guild.
FRIDAYS
60 ajn Children' Eucharist
SATURDAYS
10:00 a.m Junior Confirmation Class
7 do om. Compline and Meditation.
HOLY DAYS
6:00 a.m. Holy Communion,
RAINBOW CITY
Choi'tti ot St Mary, the Vfrgia
The Rev. John A. Spalding, -Priest
in Charge s
SUNDAYS
Sung Eucharist ........... 7 :30 a.m
Chur-.h School 9:45 a.m.
Evens' me and Sermon .... 730 p.m
WEDNFSDYS
Evenvnz and Sermon 7:30 bjb.
THURSDAYS
Holy Communion. 7:00 ajn.
GATUN ..-.,.:
' St. George' Chnrch
The Rev. John A. Spalding, -Priest
In Charge
1st AND Srd SUNDAYS
Holv (cmmunion .. JO ajn
2nd AND 4th SUNDAYS
Mornirg Prayer
and Serrron 5:30 a.m
Church School, each Sun. 10:30 a.m
KIO AMAJO
M Chrulopher't Chorch
It St raran irevn
Th- Rev Clarence W. Hayes,
Priest in Charge
Hni CInmniuni I '31 p
Sunday School 10:30 a.m.
BaDtixms I If ojd tno a 4th sui.
lays
1 Eveiiiii ; rayef HIM Stuffy o.m
T ana jro auncaya
Woman' Auxiliary Kno A itb Sunday
00. p.m.
Holv communion weaneoaava a.m

- J

Othsi Churches
CHVRCB OP THE NAZARENk
Ancon. CZ.
Minister: Rev. timer O. Nelsea
Box as, Ancon, C.Z Baiboa 2b01
Sunday School g:4o a.m
Morning Worship ......... 10:30 a.m
Voulh Service 6:45 pjn
Evening Service 7:30 pjn
NJ-M-S. Service 7:00 p.m
Prsver Meeting, Wed. .... 7:30 pjn
KATfUNAL BAPTIST CHURCH
Panama KP, 23rd Street East
' Rev. S. N. Browa. Minister
SUNDAV:
uivm worsnip ........... a.m.
Sunday School 3:00 p.m.
Sunday Masses ....7. 7:45 11:45
..1 iua r. aunaa
:M p.m 1 .
JLHOVAHS WITNESSES
Meetlu.Ts Thursday at 7:30 P-m. and
Sundays at 4:00 pm. Wirz Memorial
406 BalUa Road, Balboa.
CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST
OF LATTER-DA 7 SALMS (Mormon
Sunday meetings in th JWB-USO. La
Boca Road. Balboa. Primary and Priest
hood 8:30 a.m. Meeting: Sunday SchooL
ii a m.: Sacrament Meeting, 100 ajn-
Atlantlc Branch
Building 200. Schooliious Road,
Gatiin. Canal Zone.
Telephone; Gatiin 364 or 0t6bal 2897
Sunday scnooi iu:tv am. aunaay sac-
remer.t Meeting 6:30 p.m. Prieshood
Meeting 6:30 p.m Wednesday binary
6:30 p.m. w ednesaay tieuei socieqr meet
ing a announceo.
custunut, rsuriasijuis
CHURCH
Rev. Paul Holloway, Pastor
Office, Curundu 5105
Hume, Curundu 7116
Sunday School ................ 9:45
Morning Worship 11 a.m.
Youth Meeting 6 p.m.
Evening Worship ............ 1 p.m.
. OLD CATHOLIC CHUstCB
St Raphael The Archangel
13th St West No. 1
Holy Eucharist: Sunday ai J 30 am
Tuesday. Wednesday and fhumdav
H30 a jr.
Sacrament uneaon tneaunf aat
vice 1 first Sunday of each month ai
730 OJi '.
Moaat Hallbel. t'hrtstlaa Charcfe
. Panama R. P
Bl Rev T 'am a t Blahoa
atfinaung.
Mortuna devotin 6W) J
"ellowsliic VoTshJB at ...... 11:00 am
Sunday School at 1:00 am
Jivinc Service at ........... 130 pja.
BAHA'I CENTER
BAHAI'S CENTEB
54 First Stret
Urbanlzaclon El Carmen. Panami City
u.tormai Talk and Discussions
Thursday s. 8:00 PJB.
Colon, 8th A Front Street
(upsUir American Basaar)
Study Class.,... .Thursdays. 730 PJ
BETHEL MISSION CHURCM
Espalaba St., Paralso, CZ.
Rev Waldaba H. Stewart, Pastor
Sunday: 11:00 a.m. Worship Service
3:00 p.m. Sunday School.
7:15 p.m. Gospel Service.
Monday: 7:30 Young People's Society
Wednesday: 730 Mid-week Christian
Fellowship.
Thursday: :uo cnoir nenearsai.
Friday; 7:30 Women's Missionary So
ciety.
THE CHURCH OF GOD
7938 Eighth Street Colon
Rev. G. W. Grsndison, Pastor
Sunday Schol 9:30 a.m.
Morning Worship 10:30 m.
Night Servlc ............... 7:30 pjn.
FIRST CHURCH OF GOD
i Cor. Jamaica and Trinidad 81. ,;
Rainbow City, Canal Zone
Rev. G. W. Grsndison. Pastor
Morning Worship 0:00 a.m.
Sunday School 10:30 a m.
Night Service 730 pm.
THE CHURCH OP GOD
New Provldene
Mrs. Maud Hlnes, Pastor
Sunday School .............. 10:00 a.m.
Morning Worship 11:00 a.m.
Night Service 730 p.m.
THE CHURCH OF GOD
Panama City
Cor. "N" and Marian Aroaemena St.
Rev. Wm. J. Johnson, Pastor
Sunday School 9:30 .m.
Moming worsnip i a.m.
Night Servlc ................ 7:30 p.m.
THE CHURCH OF GOD Rl Ataje
Monte Oscure"Rd-16th St.
Rev. Wm. J. Johnson, Pastor
Sunday Schoo 9:30 a.m.
Morning Worship 10:30 am.
Nlgnt service ............... pm-
CHURCB OF THE FOURSQUARE
.... GOSPEL :.
(Full Gospel)
RALBOA 1
At Rebecca Lodge, Balboa Rnad at
La Boc Kd. Rev. ana mi, vari v-
Thompson Pastora
simrtLV scnooi :ou a. m.
Morninv Worship 11 JO a. m
RAINBOW CITY
Corner Mandolph and Klamouth Stl.
Rev. ai.d Mrs. 1. J. xuui rastora
Mr. Paul Bryson, Asst. Pastor
Phona 8-2398
Sunday School ............ 8:30 a. m
Morning Worship .......... 11:00 a. m
EvanieilMic Service 7:30 p. m
Tues. Goiel service 1..... 7:30 p. m
Thuni. bpuusn aervica .... i: p. n
, CHURCH Or GOD (Pentecostal)
. Rev. B E. Watson, Overseer
Phona C-428. Box 253. Gambol
Churchea at Paralso, C.Z, (Rev. and
Mrs. Herman O. Whyte). Coloa R.P
(Rev. Fernando Lorence), Rio Abajo
4 Rev. and Mrs. Charles Haynes), and
Cativa (Rev. and Mrs. Clifford Greaves)
Sunday and weekdaya services at ail
churchea, j
Posts and Bases
1 PACIFIC SIDB . ;
"''- .'::''' Protestant -.;..'(
FORT AMADOR
Sunday School ................. 8:00
Morning Worship 10.00
Church-Time Nursery School. 1.. 10:00
FORT CLAlt lUIN
Sunday School : (Building No.
1261 .......................... 8:00
Morning Worship .............. 10:15
Wednesday Evening Prayer Meet Meeting
ing Meeting and Bible Class .......... I
FORT KOBBE
Sunday School (Bui dint No
711) 8:30
Morning Warship 10:45
Evening Worship 8
ALBROOK AIR FORCE BASE
Sunday School 8:30
Adult Bible Class (NCO Club).. 8:30
Morning Worship ....... .9:15 Ic 10:45
'Youth Fellowship ........... ... 8:30
Eevenlng Worship ............. 7:30
U.S. NAVAL STATION. Rodman 1
Sunday School 1:30
Morning Worship .............. 11:00
Holy Communion First Sunday
of Month)
15th ND HEADQUARTERS CHAPEL
Holv Communion (Episcopal),.. 7:3"
Morning Worship 1:00
Holy Communion rum bunaay
. of Month)
Catholic A V t
FORT AMADOR
Daily Mass .................... 8:30
Sunday Masses ......... .8:30 8:00
Confessions, Saturday ...8:30 tt 7:30
Sunday ..................8:30 L :00
FORT CLAYTON
Daily Mass .................... 8:45
Sunday Masses ..........7:45 & 8:00
Confessions. Saturday ...7:30 at 8:00
Sunday Mast 10 JO
FORT KOBBE
Saturday Mass J;oo
Sunday Masses .7:00 81 9:00
Spanish I no
No. 711) 7:00 At 1:311
COROEAU
Daily Mast fM

House Group Okays $3 Billion
For Treasury; P0 & Tax Court

WASHINGTON. Feb. 4 (UP)
The House Appropriations Com-!
mittee aproved a bill yesterday
carrying $3,618,699,000 to run
the Treasury, Post Office, and
the Tax Court in the new fiscal
year 1957 which starts July 1.
In clearing its first money bill
of the year, the Derrocratic-con-trolled
committee cut Presi President
dent President Eisenhower's budget requests
for the three agencies by only
$3,175,000. It also had few harsh
words for the administration.
The bill carries $2,973,900,000
for the Post Office Department,
a cut of $26,100,000; $648,507,-
000 for the Treasury, a cut of
$5,075,000; and $1,365,000, for the
Tax Court, just what Mr. Eisen Eisenhower
hower Eisenhower asked.
The committe estimated that
the Post Office Department will
go $470 million Into the red
next year unless something is
done to raise what it called
"woefully inadequate" postal
rates.. '
The committe offered no spe
cific rate recommendations, ihe

Lovelady Favors Uniform Retirement
For Non-American Overseas Workers

V nrhil tiac rtppn
nuius ijuvciauj,
in wasnuiKiou niicu'
of the National Executive Council
of the American icunw
government mhvivj rrr: u
Thursday at the hearings held by
the senate r. u.
Committee and testified on Sen
ate DUl 013, UHS cvu..".."
"ion measure introduced by Sen.
Olin D. Johnston, South Carolina
Democrat. ;
Lovelady termed the bill in gen general
eral general very desirable but opposed a
feature requiring compulsory re retirement
tirement retirement at 70 for Canal workers,
instead of 62 as at present,
He also oppose ..
which WOUlu coiup"" , J
wnicn wu includ-
uig 'oVl o oversea, differen-
ffl or cost-of-Uving ,rrTxtraVS'
ertime, bonuses and other extras.
'Both'the Johnston biU and anoth-
er ret rement revuum "--7.-;
ih Carlson biU sponsored by the
.r".-. iriministration, con-
ed adverse to the interest of em
PKadyr,.lso testifiedonJhe
ALBROOK AIR fORCE BASS ;N)
imuy a , ;w
Saturday Mas "V. & 11:45
Sunday Masse 7;00
Snanish
U.S. NAVAL STATION. 4:W
uaiijr t f:du
Sunday Maw
FORT KOBBB
Saturday
ALBROOK AIR FORCE BASE
2:00
1:30
7:38
aaiui u j .
USO-JWB (Balboa)
ATLANTIC SIDE
rroteaUnt
FORT DAVIS
8:45
11.00
7 JO
Sunday scnooi-
MX'eelmte-Tnuriday.
FORT GULICK
8:45
11:00
8:00
Sunday senoo
Moming Worship
Youth FeUowshlp. Sunday .....
(J.S NAVAL STATION, Coco Solo
8:30
11:00
Sunday bcnooi ..........
Morning Worship .. -y
Holy Communion First Sunday
oi Month)
CathoUc
Daily Masi ..
ei.-Jn Ua
:S0
9:30
8:4i
Conlesslons, Sunday
FORT GULICK
7:00
7:45
8:45
7:00
Dally Mass
Sunday Masf
Spanish """J'rl"i.
Confessions, Saturday ...8:00 4k
U S. NAVAL STATION. Coco Solo
7:00
9:00
Daily Mass
Sunday Masi ..........
mm Sfit.TTf)
Sunday Mass
7:30
Jewish
FORT GULICK
Tuesday .....
7:15
Seventh Day
Adventist
Weekly Servlcea in all Churca
u follows:
SATURDAY :
. Sabbath School. 9:30 a m. Divine Sery
ice, 11:00 a.m. Youth's Meeting, 4:30 o m.
SUNDAY: Bible Lecture, 7:30 p.m.
WEDNESDAY: Bible Study and Prayer
Service. IdO PA ;
Pacific Side Panama Balboa
. District Pastor W H. Waller
' ;;,;--u,.ni Tei. 28 -58i3l
Cabo Verde, Ave 1 ". it la Ossa No
II. Panama No. 8, Jamaica Society Hall
0" a. tt ,"!...; In 91ith Rt Na. 27.
a o.. u. v.i.".ivi
fueblo Nuevo, 2-A St between 3rd and
c. D(. lk.(n 11h Rt NO 9.7.
UI 01a. niu nw.jw ." '
Balboa Chapel. 0844 Cavllan 84 Balboa
(Saturday only,
Spanish ChurchesPansmt tt Cristobal
District Pastor Ruben Ruli
Panama, Calls Darien No 9 Cristobal,
'tjlh St 4k Bolivar Ave,
Gamboa Frijolaa
District Pastor A. A Grizzle
(Tel. 1021
Gamboa, Pralrt Parkway. Frllolea
Atlantic Side- Colon tt Cristobal
District Pastor V. G. Newman
(Tel. 38 828-Ll
Colon, srd. St A Central Ay Crlate Crlate-Ml
Ml Crlate-Ml IBuj SL 4k Bolivar Ave.
Jewish
A el tar Board Bid. 792-X La
Boca aoeil, Balboa. C.Z. Rfcbbi Nathan
Witkin Director.
Servlc Friday, 730 P-m. etaturaay.
5:30 p.m
(See ao listings ot Jewish services
oncer Posts Bases and Station).
rjonffr62tion Kol ShearlUi Israel. Ave.
nida C'ibi and 36lh Street. Bella Vista
Panami City Services s:uu pm.
Lutheran
REEDEMER LUTHERAN CHURCH
Balboa Road
Rev. W. M Czamanske, Pastor
cU "i D:Kt. .In... B-AA hi
Divine Service 10:13 a.m. """f
Divine Service at Margarita Sunday i

2:15 pm.

administration called earlier this
week for an across-the-board
boost, including a one cent an
ounce hike in first-class and air
mail rates
The committee mildly rebuk rebuked
ed rebuked the Internal Revenue Serv
ice, which will receive $305 mil million,
lion, million, or almost half of the Trea Treasury's
sury's Treasury's total allotment for the
1957 fiscal year.
It expressed "grave concern"
about disclosures that former
Heavyweight Boxing Champion
Joe Louis and others have huge
tax payments long overdue.
Louis was said to owe the Gov Government
ernment Government $1 million in back
taxes.
The committe voted the Trea Treasury
sury Treasury Department's Narcotics Bu Bureau
reau Bureau $3,250,000, an incfe"a;e of
$155,000 over this year.
The committe also approved an
allotment of $3,340,000 for the
Secret Service. This represented
a cut of $34,000 from President
Eisenhower's request but a boost
of $380,000 from this year's appropriation.

question of proposed coveraee of
employes who are not United
States citizens under the Retire Retirement
ment Retirement Act. He said in part:
"Section 2(a) of the present Ci Civil
vil Civil Service Retirement Act. as
amended by Public Law ISO
jlst Congress, excludes from
coverage of the Act all employees
who are not citizens of the Unit United
ed United States employed by the Canal
Zone Government and the Pa Panama
nama Panama Canal Company.
"We believe that coverage und
er the Civil Service Retirement
act of aliens employed outside the
Continental United States is not
in the best interesto f the retire retirement
ment retirement system, althoush we would
not oppose the establishment of
some form of retirement for such
a'ien employees. "As a matter
of principle, we advocate the
enactment of legislation to prov provide
ide provide a uniform system of retire retirement
ment retirement for aliens employed by the
Government in overseas areas,
but completely separate and
apart from the general Civil
Service Retirement Act."
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10:40 MORNING WORSHIP
"A MAN IN GOD'S HAND"
(Starting a new Series on Joshua)
Joshua 1:1-9
Children's Chapel 10:40 Robert Snyder
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THE MAIL BOX

GORGAS DOCTORS

Sir:

Two years ago my husband, a retired Panama Canal em employe
ploye employe (than whom there is no lower person on the Isthmus as
far as privileges- are concerned even lower than you, Ser Serjeant's
jeant's Serjeant's wife, or vou. Private's Wife), discovered that he had

an advanced malignancy. At Gorgas Hospital, he was examin-

Peier Edson
In
Washington

WASHINGTON (NEA) Com

parison of the Hoover Com mis

sion s recommenaauons for a new

U.S. water resources policy with

President Eisenhower's Cabinet
advisory committee shows few

similarities.

The general objectives are the

same to bring some order out of

a horrible mess. It has grown into

a national scandal because of a
lack of central direction and the
rivalries of 23 competing govern government
ment government agencies.'
The Eisenhower recommenda

tions for correcting this situation

were sent to Congress as the work

of Secretaries McKay of Interior,
Wilson of Defense and Benson of

Agriculture. Actually, these three
did little more than sign the report.

It was drawn up by a sub-Cabi

net committee of 30, headed by

ed by and later operated by the finest doctors he could have Undersecretary of Interior Gar-

THIS ONE'S FOR REAL Glen City School students at Santa Paula, Calif., don't need any more
toy jet airplanes. They've got a real one, right in their own school yard. It's a surplus, obsolete
Republic F-84B Thunderjet, minus its powerplant. Presented to the School by the Air Force, the Jet
is serving two purposes. When it's not in use as an educational aid, it's used as part of a novel slid sliding
ing sliding board. These kids are climbing into the jet on one side, then sliding down on the other.

had anvwhere. This is a fact

This surgeon, and all of the other doctors, both medical
and surgical, were in constant attendance upon my very ill
husband, and all possible was done for him during his long
stay in the hospital, as well as during the follow-up and ad advice
vice advice given during his rehabltulation following his discharge
from the hospital.
My husband became ill again and was hospitalized. I was
permitted to be with him constantly, and I was there to observe
the, care given him by doctors, nurses, dietitians and orderlies,
and they also gave me kind care and attention. When he died,
they were my friends.
f.,;l- have been ill recently, "myself, and was hospitalized. I
aoj, what one would call a "lowly Canal employe," yet I know
Icould not have had better care had I been a colonel's wife.
"!"An Interesting thing that I noticed was that on my ward
there were women from all parts of the Canal Zone, as well as
irojn outside, i.e., one Irom Santiago, Chile; one from San Jose,
Costa Rica; a wife of a high Navy officer; wife of a Navy man
(1 Understood that she was a native of Santa Lucia); an Air
Force wife; wife of an Army private. There was omy one wom woman
an woman on the ward who was disgruntled the wife of an Army
sergeant who demanded special privileges.
The women on-the ward, all of whom were so pleased with
the treatment received, were disgusted with her and it was the
consensus that by your treatment of others, "You get what you
ask for,; which is true in everything, isn't It?
'--' Grateful Patient

flr
"ln regards to a Future Senator's letter about Gorgas. I
hope that something can be done not only for my sake,
bat for other people who will be patients at Gorgas.

u have, sent one letter to the Mall Box. Since writing it
Tliave been in Gorgas again. As for getting the doctor you
want for $22 a day, I was told I would have the. doctor that

was on the ward at that time or come home (which was the
saHie Doctor,- wrote about in my other letter). ,
went to surgery the next day after I was admitted: The
following day this same doctor came into my room: and told
me I was ready to go home. v
- On my way, trying to get to the phone to call someone to
come pick me up, I fell down. Another doctor came along and
asked me why I was out of bed. When I answered "I was told
to go home." This doctor said. "I don't think you should be
going home"; but helped me to the phone, waited for me to
make the call, then had one of the men who works there hold
me tin so I could get back to my room. :
,Why does Gorgas get all the doctors that are Just1 out t
colIcg7 With all the tax dollars the people have to pay why
can.'t we have a few that already know something?
To a Future Senator: After having spent the most part of
a year in Gorgas, I could tell you a lot; but who am I to say
anything? we only pay taxes.

An Air Force Wife

FEDERAL BUDGET EXPENDITURES

rucal Tior 195 -shmatid Amount i lilliM

CIV'L BENEFITS

INTEREST

CIYIL OPERATIONS
AND
ADMINISTRATION

PROTECTION

irp. N " "

ence A. Dayis. Serving with him

were Assistant Secretaries George
M. Roderick of Army and Ervin L.
Peterson of Agriculture. They were
aided by such technical experts as
Maj. Gen,- Samuel D. Sturgis, Jr.,
chief of engineers, Surgeon Gen General
eral General Leonard A. Scheele and the
President's Coordinator of Public
Works, Maj. Gen. John S. Bragdon.
They met once a week for more
than a year and a half. They made
no transcript of their proceedings.
Between sessions the staff did re

search and prepared papers. But

in the end they agreed on a report
which they say is politically real

istic

At one point, Gen. Bragdon made

a comparison of Hoover Commis

sion recommendations and the

Davis committee's own findings

But Undersecretary Davis says
they never took the Hoover report

as a basic document and voted

approval or disapproval of its find
ines. What they made was a com

pletely independent study; The

Hoover report was not followed.
In spite of this, Clyde T. Ellis,
general manager of National Rural
Electric Cooperative Assn. calls
the President's paper a "Little

Hoover Report."

Leland Olds, former tederai pow

er, commissioner and a leading
public power, advocate, says it's
worse. "What this report proposes
to abandon," Olds told the U.S.
Chamber of Commerce water re resources
sources resources conference in St. Louis,

is the whole concept of compre

Walter Winchell

i

.iERnY-GO-RoiK.'D

11 lOtlfl-ARAA..

nnsmiAUWN Whp hr vmt C. tr,- :-..i.. ..

are for or against the b.U to exemnT whiurl "c?. Pas. "ii

nafnpiki x r r, .

MAN ABOUT TOWN
Grace Kelly is said to be upset
about the way her publicity has
been going. The kidding from com comedians
edians comedians and kin writing "insides"
about her. She has consulted a
public relations man "on how to

get back on the right track. .Willie

Mays, the NX Giants star, appar apparently
ently apparently plans marrying Marguerite

Wendell, as oft itemed. The spark

ler he just gave her came from

the diamonds in his championship
belt. .Joanne Gilbert of Holly Hollywood
wood Hollywood and bridegroom Danny Ar

nold decided against Reno. Dating

steadily, though dwelling apart.

The Dewey Martin-Peggy Lee idyll
is for sure. ."Miss Universe" and

Prince Charles Manu (of Tahiti)
are another intcrnatiorfal romance.
He is the nearest thing to a Royal
Catch in Hollywood these nights
. .The Ford, stock payment date
and Ike's failure to give a definite
yes or nope on '56 are blamed for
the stock market decline. : Dick
Haymes' brother Bob and his wife
are ending their long estrange estrangement.
ment. estrangement. Consulting attorneys.
Joan Collins' place in Sidney

Chaplin's affections has been in

herited by Jean Coyne. .The torch January was r sour month for
toter in Terry Hatfield's life is not, the Broadway cinema places. Worst

. .Hide-a-woOers include Brando
and actress Suzanne Ayers. .Burt
Lancaster and producing partner

H. riecnt are on the verge of end'
ing a friendship.

The former Mrs. Jack Carter is
the sugar in Silzaro David's tea.
He's the Brazilian dept store biggie
. v .Even though the British tax

collector cut 50 percent out of her

salary, Joyce Grenf ell will return
to Broadway next Fall. ; .That

was a darling argument between a
top baton-twirler and her boy friend

at Longchamps the other night. She
tossed her roast beef at him. He

ducked and it landed on a show showgirl's
girl's showgirl's mink. Lawsuits, etc. .Pret

tiest night club boss in town is
Martha Kay, a former model. Her
spot is The Velvet on 2nd Avenue

; .. .The Hickory House and Fu
Mancbu. in Miami Beach are very
high on the list of the Very Choosy
. .The Tnunderbird calls itself a

motel. It is. more like a palace.
Movie critic Bosley Crowther rap'

ped the father in the screen version

of "Desperate Hours" for not tell

ing the police. Last week Bosley

reviewed "Ransom" and rapped
the parent for going to them!

the Geo. Thompson of Ralph Flan-

hensiye, multipurpose river basin 8gan's staff. sterling Hayden'es

PROTECTION IS EXPENSIVE-This pie chart breaks down
President Eisenhowers 65.9-billlon-dollar budget for fiscal 1957 In
terms of a few broad purposes. As it has been for years, the
largest portion,-42,4 billion dollars r 64 per cent, goes for deterring
possible aggression and strengthening our alliances. Next largest
part, 13.9 billion dollars or 21 per cent is earmarked for civil
benefits of various kindr

SIDE GLANCES

By Calbraith

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T.M. mm. U.B. RiL Oft.

ID 1FM ky NEA rri,, h.

programs

So the fight is on, It is of more
interest in the West, where wa

ter rights mean survival, But the
northeastern U.S. floods of last
,vear and the growina demand for
water for industrial uses; plus

stream pollution, make this a num number
ber number one issue all over the country.
The first of 15 recommendations
by the Hoover Commission was
that "Congress should adopt a na national
tional national water policy.". The Eisen Eisenhower
hower Eisenhower report dumps this recom recom-rieht
rieht recom-rieht down the drain.

"A uniform national blueprint for
water resources development is
neither practicable nor desirable,"

says me eiisuhhvwci icpuit. v..
area must be considered in the
light of its own present and antici anticipated
pated anticipated problems.''
In short, the Eisenhower plan
looks to water policies developed
by local interests, not by national
PThc Hoover report recommend recommended
ed recommended that the Department of Agri Agriculture
culture Agriculture upstream flood control pro program
gram program be transferred to Army engi engineers.
neers. engineers. The Eisenhower report passes up
any idea of reorganizing any of
the 25 government agencies now
dealing with water resources. It
recommends leaving them all in
business at the same old stands stands-some
some stands-some even enlarged-but working
together better in the future under
a "coordinator."
The Hoover Commission recom recommended
mended recommended that Federal Power Com Commission
mission Commission be given additional au authority
thority authority over the sale and produc

tion' of all public power, and to
raise power rates.
The Eisenhower report took the
position it was not politically real realistic
istic realistic to get the government out of

power production, it couion i pass
Congress, so why consider it?

BREAKFAST CLUE
TRAVERSE CITY, Mich. (UP)-

Police Capt. ... George .Green

couldn't help notice the fancy
breakfast ordered by two teen-age
boys in the restaurant where he
stopped for coffee. A little later
Green learned that a nearby serv service
ice service station had been burglarized of
$16. He returned to the restaurant,
questioned the boys, and they ad admitted
mitted admitted breaking into the station.

Til say there are a lot of girls in this office who don't
want to get marriedI've asked them!"

1 1&3P

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ex (Betty) and actor Wm. Phipps

are steadying. .Peter Townsend
will wed Elizabeth Seal of the Lon London
don London "Pajama Game" cast. He's
the writer, not Meg's ex. .Don .Donna
na .Donna Martcll, seen in the.film,, "Love
Is A Many Splendored Thing," and
husband Gene Corso, outfielder for
the Pirates, will get ,their image
in April. .Jean Carroll's recon reconciliation
ciliation reconciliation with husband Buddy Howe
ended a 5 year estrangement. ;
Did Lorna Bolton of the Latin Quar Quarter
ter Quarter line elope with Frank Military,
mgr for Eileen Barton? They alle allegedly
gedly allegedly so' confided to pals. .Eyebrow-raiser:
Time Maa's caDsnle
critique of "Helen of Troy," the
film: "Hot pants in high places."
iBroadwayites are flipping over
the score of "Mr. Wonderful," the
hottest in seasons. The writers, all
in their 20s, were sponsored by
music publisher Tom Valando. .
Warner Bros, wrapped up the mov movie
ie movie rights to Broadway's latest hit,
"Time Limit,", long before it ar arrived'
rived' arrived' in town. .That mysterious
blonde seen with Franchot Tone is
Dolores Dorn-Heft of "Uncle Van Van-ya"
ya" Van-ya" .Bill Johnson, who says he
doesn't date the ladies.' dates Jet
MacDonald, divorcee, at Upstairs-at-the-Duplex.
. .That swanky car
in Shubert Alley nightly is to pick
up Temple Texas of "Pipe Dream"

than in '55. .Sunny Gale's new
heartbeat is Noel Kramer, her

record-promoter. .Howard Rush Rush-more
more Rush-more is now editor of Police Ga Gazette.
zette. Gazette. .The eurrent chill between
Linda Christian and Edmund Pur-

dom started over the party she

chucked for Ty Power. .Mrs

Wm, Woodward,- Jr., the widow;

relaxes in the park every day ice

skating with her sons. She wears
a leopard skin as a good-luck belt
. .Holly Brooke, a Warner starlet,

is suing Mickey Manue lor w, w,-000.
000. w,-000. Alleged breach of business
contract. Due in the courts this
months. .Topic A at Romeo Sal Sal-ta's
ta's Sal-ta's was Garbo and her new best
friend, Greek shipping tycoon On On-assis.
assis. On-assis. .Authorities are wise to the
UN Girl Fridays, some of whom
are prospering in a slick black
market of tax-free foreign .clggies.
Is everything honky-dooly with
Ilona Massey and her new mate?
We hope so. The busybodies keep
saying they fear not r . Cleo
Moore's amoore is Al Mathes
The George Barnes divorced. He's
the songwriter. She's actress Joyce
Jameson . Why is the Dept.
of Justice suddenly probcing a top
investigator for a Senate Com Committee?
mittee? Committee? ... Don Taylor and Mar Marion
ion Marion Brash are twoing . ... Greg
Peck is in almost every scene
of "Man in the Gray Flannel
Suit.". Has dialog on all but 14

"sides" of the 186 page script .

Hoagy Carmichael thinks Sylvia
Sidney is the most . They

say Mary stor's next is a Chicago

Droker ,. . Miriam Hopkins has

a justice mad about her

Frances Faye returns to town (at
the Cameo) tomorrow after an ab absence
sence absence of six years . Add tender
titles for a new film: "Count the

Dead."

Rocky Graziano's ex-Jngr, Jack

Healy, and Rita Harrington (of

the Embers) are planning to blend
it all . Marlene dietrich re

portedly said she'd do her first
TV spectacular, but didn't want

money. She wondered if the net

work would give the equivalent

in time to Adlai . Eddie Rick Rick-enbacker
enbacker Rick-enbacker will be a Horatio Alger
nominee this year . This Mu Mutual
tual Mutual network reports: "Winchell's
fast-expanding Mutual audience
one-fourth greater than last year

in N. Y. One-sixth greater in

Chicago. One and a quarter times
greater in Los Angeles and one

and a nan times ditto in san

Francisco" ... Tokyo Rose's debt

to society is paid. No other in

dictment remains but the one in
her heart. So here's wishing her
what she wished -all of us when
Japan was winning . Jesse
Greer's latest song: "Oh, What

a Night for Murder! in Gonna
Kill You With Love!"

Actress Leigh Snowden and Dick
Contino say they will not wed,

just remain in love t . A noted

merchant broke up the Kyle McDonnell-Ed
Wilcox romance ? '.
Dorothy Kilgallen flew to Florida
for the first time last week and

caught a cold. Bedded most of

her visit. Her first impression

must be a corker . Susan Hay-

ward s ex (jess Barker) has a

new interest. Starlet Jean Osborn

. v Who was the movie star

(male) who paid the St Regis

hotel more than $700- for breaking
up the suite on a binge? .
Locals think Gary Crosby's pulse-

nopper is Myrna Fox, but Vegas

folks say the one and only is the

prettiest gal in the Sands Hotel
line. Linda Lawson , Gloria
Vanderbilt will call her autobiog
"Secret Garden" .-. .."Someone
Waiting," the new Emlyn Williams
thriller, was rapturously received

in Boston . Close- irienos

report that Joan Crawford sleeps
with her 87 diamond bracelet, for
sentimental reasons . Lenore
Lemmon is suing her ex-husband
for $26,000, which she alleges he
owes her ... They say Grace

Kelly wears white gloves because

she is a nau-btter.

natural gas from Federal romiia

hon, you can't help but rub your

S Vilw c'CKSworK precision of
the lobby Which is hnt nn nnchin

the Harris-Fulbright bill througn
Congress.

Never in the manv vcar T hav.

covered Washington have I seen
such a skillful job of backstage
manipulation. Whether the public
wants natural eas remilation or

noi, h proDaoiy isn t going to get
it. The Southwest oil and gas boys

FLitar ioo powenui.
They have organized themselves
into a lobby which two vears pn

began operating verv ouietlv fnr

we present senate showdown. No
detail was overlooked. Everything
was geared originally to get the
gas bill to a vote by last sommer.
There was onlv one thine the

lobby didn't figure onthe heart
attack of the able Senate leader,
Lyndon Johnson, the real godfath

er of the bill. Without his deft

guidance, the bill missed out last
summer, but Johnson has now
made it the first order of business
in the current Senate, despite op opposition
position opposition from many of his own
Democrats, and despite the fact
that Republicans welcome this de debate
bate debate ti a chance to show that Dem Democrats
ocrats Democrats are in on the giveaway busi business
ness business too. :
Here are details of how the gas
lobby quietly laid the groundwork
for the showdown vote now about
to come up in the Senate.
STACKED COMMITTEE
First, Sen. L y n don Johnson
asked Eisenhower to appoint a
cabinet advisory committee, to
study the question of energy, in including
cluding including natural gas and its exemp exemption
tion exemption from Federal regulation. Sec Second,
ond, Second, Lyndon switched his Texas
colleague, Price Daniel, though a
freshman Senator, from the Inter Interior
ior Interior Committee where he had helped
to pass the Tidelands oil bill, to
the Judiciary committee, where he
could help pass the. natural gas
bill., .-', v',y-;.:',!
Meanwhile, Eisenhower,: taking
advice from his Texas friends,;
pretty well stacked the Advisory
. , 1. l .1 w

iommiuce wiui irienos oi me b
industry. Consultants to the natural

while Priest pushed it. Priest did
a remarkably efficient job. He not
only maneuvered the bill through
his committee by a razor-edge one one-vote
vote one-vote margin after the bill at first
was tied, but he voted for the bill
both in committee and on the House
floor and he was the only con congressman
gressman congressman from Tennessee who did
so. Just why is a question a lot of of-Tennessee
Tennessee of-Tennessee voters would now like
to find out.

When the final vote came up in
the house, it squeaked through by
a 209-203 vote margin only be because
cause because it had the powerful support
of popular speaker Sam Rayburn
and Republican leaders.
Sam called the House into ses session
sion session two hours early to pass the
bill and pressured' eight key con congressmen
gressmen congressmen to change their vote.
The fact that Rayburn was for
the bill was easy to understand. He
comes from Texas. And the big oil
boys have long been able to red's red's-trict
trict red's-trict Rayburn's congressional dis district
trict district and defeat him if Sam doesn't
go down the line for gas and oil.
REPUBLICAN ROLL CALL
With Republican leaders, how however,
ever, however, it was different. Ex-Speaker
Joe Martin comes from Massa Massachusetts
chusetts Massachusetts which needs cheap gas.
Charley Hallcck. the assistant GOP
leader, comes from Indiana, also
in need of cheap gas.
However, they came bustling
down the House aisle' as the vote
was being taken, whispering to fel fellow
low fellow Republicans, urging them to
get in line for the gas bill.
"There'll be plenty ok campaign
funds to support any congressman
who votes right," was the word
passed through the lobbies. It was
likewise insinuated that gas money
might be put up to defeat those
who voted wrong
It took all these high-pressure

tactics to whip enough congress

men into line to give the gas bin

a six-vote margin.

Here are some of the congress

men who bowed to the lobby, de-

soite the fact that they come

from gas-consuming areas where
housewives want low-priced gas:

Maryland Miller, uevereux,

gas section included iucnara uei- -.-

tell of Texas oil; Richard Gonzales
of Humble Oil; Minor Jameson,
Jr., of the Independent Petroleum

Association of America; ano aerge
Jurenev of Continental Oil.

Jureney, incidentally, is assistant

to the chairman oi continental uu,
L. F. McCullum. who is also head

of the natural sas industry com

mittee, mainspring .behind the gas

lObby. ...
This committee, at this point
nrnceeded to raise's total of $1,

500,000 with wnicn to pressure ana
propagandize Congress.
Next step war to get their bill
introduced in. Congress "under the
best nossible ausnices. To d6 this

they picked Percy Priest of Ten

nessee, chairman oi me tiouse in interstate
terstate interstate Commerce Committee.

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BUICK'S CENTURION HAS BUILT-IN TV The rpar-pnrt nanpl nf this niwrimmtgl n hn,,,..

a TV camera, and TV viewer is on the instrument panel, replacing the rear-view mirror. The
model, one of five new "dream cars" at GM's Motorama of 1938 in New York, Is of glass fiber construc construction.
tion. construction. 1 Standing 53.7 Inches high, it features, along with television, stop and backup lights located
in a "bomb" in the rear center of the car. Steering column and wheel are of the aircraft type giving
the driver more leg room. Front seat slides back as doors open to ease entrance. It then is' moved
forward, manually for rear-seat oassengers.

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CAR WITH A FUTURE-Meet the XM-Turnpike Cruiser, striking experimental Mercury being

w.acj v.v ov his imhj uiiuw. At leaiures TransT)arint n astir nnTirnv,f nnen mrm in iua

renter ibe frmit sents-Ther eutomatlcaily rise when the Scots are opened; mailing It t.sy'
' i? ?nt6 ."t uld,? windows tend aln the entire side and wrap fully around the corners.
. Only 4.4 feet high, it was developed to complement the modern American freewav. Aft.r it.

showing m Chicago it will join automobile shows in Cleveland, Omaha, Milwaukee, Detroit and
Kansas City. It will then be displayed in large and small cities throughout the country.

WORG BEGINS pi CONGRESS

Tennessee is a state which does
not produce gas and does not relish
an increase in the price pf gas.
Despite this, the gas lobby figured

they could control Priest and even
reported in advance in the oil and
gas journal that "once his bill is

ready. Priest plans to now prompt

hearings." -.----ry
Introduction of the bill was timed

to coincide with the report of the

cabinet Advisory committee, wnicn
in view of its heavy industry mem membership
bership membership was sure to recommend

against Federal regulation.
It did.- ;.-,.,:'..',
The lobby slipped up on one

minor matter, however. Congress Congressman
man Congressman Oren Harris of Arkansas was
finally picked to be author of the
gas bill, instead of Priest. Harris
has long been close to the Arkansas
Public Utilities and Pan American
Airways. His wife was even the
recipient of nylon stockings from
Ham Moses of Arkansas Power
and Light during the war when
they were scarce.

Maine Hale,' Nelson, Mclntire,
Republicans.
Massachusetts r Rogers, Bates,
Nicholson, Curtis, Martin.
Michigan Hoffman. Wolcott,
Bentlcy, Thompson, Ccderberg,
Dondcro.
Nebraska Chase, Harrison,
Miller, Republicans.
New Jersey Widnall, Osmers,
Republicans.

New York Mrs. St. George,
Cole, Miller, Kearney, Gwinn.
Ohio McCullough Brown,
Betts, Jenkins, Bolton. F. P. Vorys,
Henderson, Bow,. Minshall, Mc McGregor,
Gregor, McGregor, Republicans.
Illinois McVey, Hoffman,
Shechan, Church, Reed, Mason,
Allen, Arends, Velde, Simpson,
Springer, Vursell, Chippcrfield.
Only three northern Democrats
voted for the, bill: Gray of Illinois,
Walter of Pennsylvania and Aspin Aspin-all
all Aspin-all of Colorado. In California four
Democrats who usually vote with
the consumers, this time voted
with the lobby: Miller of Oak Oakland,
land, Oakland, King of Los Angeles, Doyle
and Sheppard. . .,

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Convert Class: Monday 7:30 om.
ST. THERESE'S La Boe
Sunday Mass: 7:00 a.m. -Holy
Day Mass: 8:30 p.m.
rnnfwnlnns: Saturday 6:30 to 7:30 p.m
Thiwsday befor First Friday 6:30 pjn..
ratarhISm U aSS: a.lO p.m. uu ouuuaj
safari Heart Novena: 7:00 p.m. on
convert ciatwi o;ov p."- WI
ATLANTIC SIDE
ST. JOSEPH'S Colda
Sunday Masses: 8:45, 8:00 and 8:15. m.
Holy Day Masses: 5:48 and 8:00 m
nA -H nm. w
Confessions: aaturoay e:w to a.w anu
7:00 to 8:00 p.m.
Miraculous Meaal novena; neonesuay
6:15 and 7:00 p.m.
Sacred Heart wovena: r riaay cia p m
s.mriav rvenln Service 7:00 cm.
Convert Class: 7:15 pm. on Mondays
and Thursdays.
Catechism Class: Sunday 10:15 .m. to
11:45 am. 3:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m.
First Frldav Exposition of Most Bless
ed Sacrament alt day. Reposition at 6 JO
a.m. Saturday morning.
First Saturday Devotion to our Lady
of Fatima me noiy nosary a:uv a.m
First Communion Instruction for chil
dren Monday and Thurday 6:00 to
7 :ou pan. .- ..
MIRACtLOUS MEDATj-Crkrtilial
Sundav Masses: 7:00, 8:00 and 10:30 a.m
Holy Day Masses: 6:00. 8:00 a.m. and
S-15 n.m.
Confessions: Saturday 4:00 1o 8:00 and
7:00 to 8:00 p.m. Alter Rosary each eve.
nine.
Miraculous Medal Novena: 3:15 and
7:00 om. on Monday.
Catechism Class: After 8:00 Mas on
Stindav.
First Friday Exposition all day during
the School xear.
First Saturday: Mass at 8:00 am.
HOLT FAMILY CHURCH Margarita
Sunday Masses: 7:00 and 8:30 a.m.
Holy Day Masses: 6j00 a.m. and 5:15
p.m.-. .
Confessions: :oo to :uu ana 7:00 to
8"00 p.m. Saturday.
Miraculous Medal Novena! 7:00 p.m.
on Monday.
Church History croup every Tuesday
at 7:30 p.m.
Teen-Aage Club: 7:30 p.m. on Wednes
day. ...-,'.'.'.
Catechism Class: :oo p.m. Tnursday.'
First Friday Devotions: 70 p.m.
Inquiry -Discussion Group every Frl
day 7:30 p.m. ;
ST. VINCENTS Rainbow City
Sunday Masses: 6:30. a.m. and 8:00
a.m.
Holy Day Masse: 6:00 m. and 6:00
p m. ...
' Confessions: 4:00 to 8:00 and 7:00 to
S:0U p.m. Saturday.
Catechism Class: 10:45 a.m. on Sundav.
Convert Class every Monday at 7:00
p.m.
Miraculou Medal Novena: 70 n.m
on Tuesday.-
Sacred Heart Novena: 7:00 nm. en
rriaay. ,
IMMACULATE CONCEPTION-Cattta
Sunday Mass: 8:15 a.m. -Holy
Day Mass: 5:00 p.m.
Confessions: 6:30 to 7:00 nm. on Sat.
urday.
Catechism Class: 4:00 p.m. on Monday.
OUR LADY OP GOOD COUNSEL
Gamhoa
Sunday Masses: 7:00 and 8:30 a.m.
Holy. Day Masses: 6:00 a.m. and 6:00
p.m
Confessions Saturday at 7:00 am anri
after all evening devotions.
Baptism by appointment
Miraculous Medal Novena: 7:00 n.m
on Tuesday.
sacred Heart Novena! 70 n.m mi
Friday.
Sunday School: 3:30 p.m. ori Sunday.
ReliirKu bwtrwtiim -CI-or -rhlt-
dren: 4:00 p.m. on Thursday, t '.
Religious Instruction- for adults (Con (Conducted
ducted (Conducted in Spanish): 7:00 pjn on Mon-
Convert Instructions by appointment.

Episcopal

The Rt. Rev. R. Heber Gooden, 8.T D.,
The Very Rev. M. Richard atacUouild
THt CATHKDKAL OF ST. LUKI
SUNDAYS
1 :30 a Ja holy Communion.
Auto aoii Saiiia Communion 44th Sun
.-v. r- day;.
8:1 ju. Church School.
8:4a m. hscuna Uununical.
11 W im. Morning Prayer and Sermon
' Holy Communion, tt irsl suii-
oyy.
7:00 pro. a, v tiling prayer and Sermon
WtuWtSUAVS
8:30 a in. Holy Communion.
7.110 pili Ivmlng frayer.
HOLY DAYS
6:00 ajn Holy Communion.
8:3 a m Holy Communion.
DAILY
8:15 am. Mornina Praver.
12:00 Mij'day Missionary Prayers.
CHURCH OF OUR SAVIOUR
Third Street. New Cristobal
The Rev. Milton A. Cooluon. Puina
SUNDAib
Holy Communion 7:30 jn
Church School 60 a.m
Morn,:,g Prayer
' and Sermon .............. li:00 ajn.
IFirst Sunday. Holy Coram unioni
Vesper service and
Youtn fellowship ........ 4.00 pjn.
WEDNeiiiiAVS
Holy Communion ......... 1:30 am
Choir Rehearsal 7:30 p.m.
A House of Prayer for ail people.
cocou
Ckutt'h bl Andrew
Th Rev. William W. Baldwin. Priest
in cnana
SUNDAYS
Holy Communion
Family Prayer and Church School.
sao a.m.
Morning Prayer and Sermon U ajn
IHC. first Sunday in Month.
Evening Prayer. 7 M p.m.
Weekday Privet 6:00 a-m
V'flMftZHt
Chapel ef tha Good Shepherd
lb. Rev. Clarence w. iuyet
6.00 ijb a-verv krioay. Motniua fray
dr. ... -.
tH.C Ut Itidav
r OAMBOA 4
SI. Simon' thuich
The Rev. John iDer. Prieat In Char
SUNDAYS
Mornii'g Prayer. 1st and 3rd.
Sundays 10 JO a.m
Holy womm union and Ser
mon, 2nd and 4th Sunday .. 10:30 a.m
aunaay acnooi :ou pm
iouui lenowsnip a:uu pjn.
Evening Prayer .... ....... 1:00 om
MONDAYS
Girls' Frlendlv Soclet 1:00 n m
wr,ur.3UAis
Evenin Praver and Sermon 10 n m
THURSDAYS
Holy Communion 1:00 a.m
Woman' Auxiliary. 2nd and
4th Thursdays 7 JO pjn.
u wi t
8L Peter's Chnreh
The Rev. John Spear. Priest In Charge.
SUNDAYS
Choral Eucharist and Sermon 70 ajn.
Morning Prayer and Church School
10:00 a.m.
Children' Eucharist, 3rd Sunday 10
a.m. 1
Holy Baptism 5:00 p.m.
Evensona and Sermon 7-fl nm.
MONDAVb THRU SATURDAYS
Holy Communion 7:00 am.
Evening Prayer 7:00 n.m
except Saturdays. Compline 7:30 p.m.
1st TUESDAYS It 3rd MONDAYS
Woman Auxiliary 7:30 pin
Church of St. Margaret
Cornet of Espave Ave., Brazoa Blvd.
The Htv. Milton A. Cooksoa. Pastor
SUNDA r"3
8:30 a i.-i. Church School
8:30 a m Morning Prayer and dermon
list sunaays, Moiy communion)
4:30 n.m. Confirmation Instruction.
PALO HM O
Chapel ef The Holy Comforter
Ven. L. B. Shirley, Priest In Charge
uvery Tuesday 8:30 a.m. Holy Com
PARAISO '""-'-
St, Alhan's Church
he Rev. David A. Osbora,
Priest In Chare
SUNDA V
8:00 a.m. Choral Eucharist A Sermon
12:00 tmoii Infant Baptism
3:00 n.m. Church School
(held in Building 131)
5:00 p.m. Youth Fellowship
7:00 n m, Evewon and Address.
2nd AND 3rd WEDNESDAYS
7.30 nm. Woman Auxiliary and Al
ta? Guild Meeting
PANAMA CITY
St. Paul' Church
The Vcn. Lemuel B. Shirley, Rector
The Prv. Fit B. Atwell. Deacon
SUNDAYS
60 a m. Holy Communion
8 00 a..?i. Surie Eucharist It Sermon
10:45 ni Morning Prayer and Church
scncoi i
12:00 nocr Holy Baptism
7:00 ti.m Solemn Vesper
TUESDAYS
8:30 in Holy Communion
WEDNESDAYS ;
6:00 t m Holy Communion
7:00 p.m. Evening Prayer
THURSDAYS AND FRIDAYS
8:30 r m. Holy Communion
HOLY DAYS
6:00 a.m. Holy Communion.
CHRIST CHURCH HY-THE-8KA
. Eotsrxpal
Colon. R de P
(Opposite Hotel Washington)
Th Ven. Malnert I. Peterson, Recta
Th Rev Henry A. Blake
Associate Rector
SUNDAYS
60 m Holy Communion
8:00 a.m Choral Eucharist and Sermon.
10:30 m Church School sainion. --7:30
7:30 --7:30 DJn Solemn Evensong and Bar
mon..,': .-.
WEDNESDAYS
:00 a.m Holv Communion.
7:30 D.m Evening Praver and Sermon
6:30 om Adult Confirmation Claa
THURSDAYS
6:00 o.m Piaver Guild.
FRIDAYS
80 jn Children' EucbarlM.
SATURDAYS
10:00 .m Junior Confirmation Claa
7 do om. ComnHne end Meditation.
HOLY DAYS
6:00 am. Holy Communion.
RAINBOW CITY
Choi'io of St. Mary, the Vtrgta
The Rev. John A. Spalding,
"Priest In Charge i
SUNDAYS
Sung Eucharist 7:30 a.m
Chur-ih School 8:45 a.m
Evens-my and Sermon .... 730 p.m
WEDNFSDYS
Eveiwiij and Sermon .... 7:30 in.
THURSDAYS
Holy communion. ........ 7:00 jn.
GATUN : '.
: St. George' Church
The Rev. John A. Spalding,
Priest In Charge
1st AND 3rd SUNDAYS
Holy Communion . -M a.m
2nd AND 4th SUNDAYS
Mornirg Prayer
and Senron 8:30am
Church School, each Sun. 10:30 a.m
KJO AMAJO
M Christopher' Chnrrh
It 8 Parooe tfevn
Th Rev Clarenre W. Hayes,
Priest in Charg
HM Comnmnt t 1 -si en
Sunday School ........... 10:30 ajn
Bapttarn t tr p.m trio 4tb m,
Eveiuna rayet Blblt : Study 8 OJB
-it and 3rd Sunday
Woman' Aiixilmrv tno A 4U Sundav
00.p.m

Hnlv cnmmuniort Wcdnasaav I a m

Qlhzt Churches
CHL'RCB OP THE NAZARENk
Ancon. CZ.
: Minister: Rev. Elmer O. N risen
Box oa. Ancon. C.Z. Balboa 2t03
Sunday School
8:45 a.m
Morning Worship
Youth Service .......
Evening Service
N.F.M.S. Service
10:30 a.m
6:45 pjn
7:30 pjrt
7 .(H) p.m
7:30 PJD
ll.J" juriiiig, u. .... i .ow 4U
MATRiMAL BAPTIST CHLRCa
-V Panama R P 2Jrd Street East
' Bev. S. N. Bxoa. Minister
SUNDAY: .'."
Divine Worship ........... 1:30 .m.
Sunday School ............ 3:00 p.m
Sunday Masses 7. 7:45 11:45
..iw ua aJ'. sunoay amw
:00 B.O. .... ..'.-.,-
JLHOVAH'S WITNESSES
Meetings Thursdays at 7:30 pjn. and
Sundays at 4:uo cm. nirz Memorial
m BalUa Road. Balboa.
CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST
OF LATTEK-DA SAINTS (Mormon)
Sunday mee tints in the JWB-UsO. La
Boca Hoad. Balboa, f runary and V nest-
hood 8:30 a.m. Meeting: Sunday School,
iM a.m.; Sacrament Meeting, 100 ajn.
Atlantic Branch
Building 200, Schootlious Road.
Gatun, Canal Zone.
Telephone, Gatun 364 or Cstdbal 2897
Sunday School 10:00 ajn. Sunday sac-
remer.t Meeting 6:30 p.m. Prieshood
Meeting 6:30 p.m Wednesday prinary
iM pjn. Wednesday Heuer. nciety meet-
ing as announced.
cvKiinut rHuiuiiAni
CHURCH
Rev. Psul Holloway, Pastor
Officer Curundu 5105
Hume, Curundu 7116
Sunday School 6:43
Morning Worship ........... 11 a.m
Youth Meeting ............... 6 p.m.
Evening Worship 1 p.m.
V OUI CATHOLIC CHURCB
St Raphael The Arehaniel
' 13th St Wast No 1
Holy Eucharist: Sunday av I JO a.m.
Tuesdays. Wednesdays and Thursdays
nao a m
sacrament at Unction (Healmg Hr
vice First Sunday of each month at
Moeuil Hallbet. Christian Chard)
Pan am R. P
Kt Rev T. garnet, a D Blshot
officiating,
vlorrun derotlo .tMi aja
"ellowshlp WorstiJO at ...... 11:00 m
junday school at ............ :vu Dm
Jivin Servlc at ........... I3V p.
- BAHA'I CENTER
BAHAI'S CENTER
54 First Street
Urbanlzaclon El Carmen, Panama City
U.lormal Talks and Ulscussion
rbundays...... 8:00 pm
Colon, 8th A Front Street
(oostalr American Basaar)
Study Class Thursday. 140 PJB
' V
BETHEL MISSION CHURCB
Espatab St., Paralao, CZ.
Rev Waldaba H. Stewart, Paster
Sunday: 11:00 a.m. Worship Service.
3:00 p.m. Sunday SchooL
7:15 pjn. Gospel Service.
Monday: 7:30 Young People' Society
Wednesday; 7:30 Mid-week Christian
Fellowship.
Thursday: :dq cnotr nenearsai.
Friday: 7:30 Women's Missionary So
ciety.
THE CHURCH OF GOD
7638 Eighth Street Colon
Rev. G, W. Grandlsoa. Pastor
Sunday Schol 6:30 a.m.
Morning Worship 10:30 a.m.
Night Service 7:30 pjn.
riRST CHURCH OP GOD
Car. Jamaica and Trinidad Shv
, Rainbow City, Canal Zone
Bev. G. W. Grsndison. Pastor
Morning Worship 6:00 a.m.
Sunday School 10:30 a.m.
Night Service 740 p.m.
THE CHUlRCH OF GOD
New Providence
Mr. Maud Iltnes. raster'
Sunday School 10:00 a.m.
Morning Worship 11:00 a.m.
Night Service 7:30 p.m.
THE CHURCH OF GOD
Panama City
Cor. "N and Marian Aroaemena St.
Bev. Wm. J. Johnson, Pastor
Sunday School .............. 8:30 a.m.
Morning Worship 10:30 a.m.
Night Service :v p.m.
THE CHURCH OF GOD Ri AbaJ
Monte Oscuro'Rd. 16th St.
Rev. Wm. J. Johnson, Paster
ftindav Schoo ........... 8:30 k.m.
Morning Worship 10:30 a.m.
Night Servlc 7:30 pm.
CHL'RCB OF THE FOURSQUARE
GOSPEL
(Full Gospel)
BALBOA i
'At Rebecca Lodge, Balboa Road tt
L Boce Rd. Rev. and Mrs. Carl V.
Thompson Pastor
Sund(.v school :3 a. m.
Murnltiv Worship ........ 11:30 a. m.
RAINBOW CITY
Corner Randolph and Klamouth St
Bev ai.d Mrs. T. J. Tuttl Pastor
Mr. Paul Bryson, Asst. Pastor
Phon 3-2398
Sundav School 1:30 a. m
Morning Worship 11:00 a. m
Evangeiis'ie service ...... 1:39 p. m
Tues. Gorel service ,.,. 7:30 p. m
Thur. bpmisn service .... im p. m
CHURCH OP GOD (Pentecostal)
. Rev. B E. Watson, Overseer
Phone 6-428, Box 253, Gamboa.
Churches at Paralso, C.Z. (Rev. and
Mrs. Herman G. Whvte). Colon. R.P
(Rev. Fernando Lorence), Rio Aba jo
(Rev. and Mr. Charles Haynes), and
Cativa (Rev. and Mr. Clifford Greaves)
Sunday and weekday service at all
ehurcnea.
Posts and Bases
PACIFIC BIDE
. Protestant
FORT AMADOR
Sunday School
6:00
10.00
10:00
Morning worship
Church-Time Nursery School....
FORT CLAYTON
Sunday School (Building No.
126) 8:00
Morning Worship 10:15
Wednesday Evening Praver Meet
ing snd Bible Class .......... 8:0
FORT KOBBE
Sunday School (Building No
711) 6:30
Morning Worship 10:45
Evening Worship 6
ALBROOK AIR FORCE BASE
Sunday School 8:30
Adult Bible Class (NCO Club).. 8:30
Morning Worship 9:15 A 10:45
Youth Fellowship 6:30
Eevenlng Worship 7:30
U.S. NAVAL STATION. Rodman
Sunday School 9:30
Morning Worship 11 :00
Holy Communion First Sunday
of Month)
15th ND HEADQUARTERS CHAPEL
Holy Communion (Episcopal)... 7:3"
Morning Worship 8:00
Holy Communion rirst Sunday
of Month)
, Catholic
FORT AMADOR
Daily Mass ...........
Sunday Masses
Confessions, Saturday
Sunday
6:30
9:00
7:30
9:00
...8:30 A
...6:30 A
...8:30 A
FORT CLAYTON
Daily Mass ...........
6:45
8:00
8:00
10 JO
Sunday Masses
Confessions, Saturday
Sunday Mas ........
...7:45 A
...7:30 A
FORT KOBBE
Saturdav Mass .......

.......... 8:00
r:-.T ft-9-oo
8:00
(Building
...7:00 A 8:30
6:30

J -fUmdsT- Mainns -rrrrm
Spanish
Confessions, Saturday
No. 711)

COROZAL
Daily Mas

Mouse Group Okays $3 Billion

For Treasury, P0 S Tax Court

WASHINGTON. Feb. 4 (UP)
The House Appropriations Com
mittee aproved a bill yesterday
carrying $3,618,699,000 to run
the Treasury, Post Office, and
the Tax Court in the new fiscal
year 1957 which starts July 1.
in clearing us first money bill
of the year, the Democratic-con
trolled committee cut Presi
dent Eisenhower's budget requests
for the three agencies by only
$3,175,000. It also had few harsh
words for the administration.
The bill carries $2,973,900,000
for the Post Office Department,
a cut of $26,100,000: $648,507,-
000 for the Treasury, a cut of
$5,075,000; and $1,365,000. lor the
Tax Court, Just what Mr. Eisen Eisenhower
hower Eisenhower asked.
The committe estimated that
the Post Office Department will
so $470 million into the red
next vear unless something is
done to raise what it called
"woefully inadequate postal
rates.
The committe offered no spe
cific rate recommendations. The1

Lovelady Favors Uniform Retirement

For Non-American
t..r... T..i.Uf1u iutirt fiae ripn
nuius rYuj,
in Washington attending sessions
of the National Executive Council
of the American Federation of
Government Employes, appeared
Thursday at the riearings held tby
the Senate P. O. and Civil Service
Committee and lesimea on
ate Bill 2875, the retirement revi revi-sion
sion revi-sion measure introduced by Sen.
Olin D. Johnston, South Carolina
Democrat.
. i.. 1.111 !m nan.
Lovelady termea uw i"
eral very desirable but opposed a
feature requiring compulsory re retirement
tirement retirement at 70 lor Canal workers,
instead of 62 as at pr"t;
He also .W-;, ,,!t
which woum coiup :
on basic salary only, not tactad tactad-ine
ine tactad-ine tropial or overseas differen-
iagl S?
ertime. bonuses and other extras.
I Both the Johnston bill and anoth anoth-er
er anoth-er retirement revision measure
tha Carlson bill sponsored by the
... Ariministration, con
tain these two features consider consider-tfadetothe
tfadetothe consider-tfadetothe interest of em-
ploye8tnere. the
ALBROOK AIR 'OBC.... 8:M
uauy ----- i;uu
Saturday Mass t n :45
Sunday Massei . . 7 :00
Knanlsh
U.S. NAVAL STATION. ,.
Sunday Mas
) i, ,e Jewish
FORT KOBBB i K
Saiuroajr
- aware aAftK
ALBKUUK Jun v,- -.,
Saturday
OSO-JWB (Balboa) -.30
Friday
ATLANTIC BIDE
rrotcalant
FORT DAVIS
:4S
11:00
7:30
Sunday scnooi-
Morning Worship
Midweek Fellowship. Thursday..
FORT GUL1CK
:45
11:00
8:00
sunaay scuoui
Morning Worship
Youth Fellowship. Sunday
0.S, NAVAL STATION, Coco Solo
8:30
11:00
ouiiuaj -
momma ---
Holy Communion First b
of Month)
, Catholle
Daily Mass .............
Sunday Mass
Confessions, Sunday ..
7:S0
8.00
I FORT CULICK
T:W)
7:45
8:45
7:00
uauy mass v.. ,....
Sunday Mass
Spanish ''" V 11' V
Confessions, Saturday ...6:00
U.S. NAVAL STATION, Coco Solo
Daily Mass
Sunday Mass
7:00
8:00
COCO SOLITO
7:30
aunaay auss
Jewish
FORT GULICK
luesaay .....
T:1J
Seventh Day
Adventist
Weekly Servlc in all Churcke
a tollows;
SATURDAY :
tXlUUVUI PVIIWSt ecww -
ice, 11:00 a.m. Youth's Meeting. 4:30 p.m.
WEDNLSDAY: Bible Study and Prayet
Service. "30 pa
- Paclfle Side Panama Balboa
District Pastor W.H. Waller
(TeL 28 8-5843)
Cabo Verde, Ave. J T. de la Ossa No.
tl. Panama Ho. 2. Jamaica Society Hall
V ueblo Nuevo, 2-A St between 3rd and
4th bts. Rio AOa)o, liui di. no. at.
t. m. nn j a -"i it !-. ma ti.lWu
Gatairltiw nn I v
Spanish Churchee Panama As Cristobal
District Pastor ituoen nun
Panama. Calle Darlen No 8 Cristobal,
Bth St k Bolivai Ave.
Gamboa Frijolee
Olstrlct Pastor A. A Grizzle :
(Tel. 8 1021
Gamboa, Praitt Parkway. Prllolea
Atlantic Side- Colon ft Cristobal
District Pastor V G. Newman
(Tel. 88 828-Li
Colon, 3rd. St It Central Av. Crista Crista-nl,
nl, Crista-nl, 16Ui SL It Bolivar Av,
Jewish
J.rl.-i Welfare Board Bid. 792-X La
Boca aoail, Balboa. CZ Rbbi Nathan
Wltkin Director.
Servlc Friday, 730 Don. baturoay.
5:30 pm
(See ae listings of Jewish services
une'er Posts Bases and Stations 1.
Lonerfeeution Kol ShearlUl Israel. Ave.
nida Ciiht and 36th Street, Bella Vista.
Panama City Services 8:00 p-m.
Lutheran
REEDEMF.R LUTHERAN CHURCB
Rer. W. M Czamaruke, Pn(or
Sunday School Bible class 9:00 a.m.
rt..i. Cl a- m-i". a. M
A'l v ii iv uci v ii-es ivair i
Divine Service at Maraarita Sundav i

2:15 p,m.

administration called earlier this
week for an across-the-board
boost, including a one cent an
ounce hike in first-class and air
mail rates,-
The committee mildly rebuk rebuked
ed rebuked the Internal Revenue Serv Service,
ice, Service, which will receive $305 mil million,'
lion,' million,' or 'Almost half of the Trea Treasury's
sury's Treasury's total allotment for the
1957 fiscal year.
It expressed "grave concern"
about disclosures that former
Heavyweight Boxing Champion
Joe Louis and others have huge
tax payments long overdue.
Louis was said to owe the Gov Government
ernment Government $1 million in back
taxes.
The committe voted the Trea Treasury
sury Treasury Department's Narcotics Bu Bureau
reau Bureau $3,250,000, an increase of
$155,000 over this year.
The committe also approved an
allotment of $3,340,000 for the
Secret Service. This represented
a cut of $34,000 from President
Eisenhower's request but a boost
of $380,000 from this year's appropriation.

Overseas Workers
question of proposed coverage of
employes who are not United
States citizens under the Retire Retirement
ment Retirement Act. He said in part:
"Section 2(a) of the present Ci Civil
vil Civil Service Retirement Act, as
amended by Public Law 180 -jlst
Congress, excludes from
coverage of the Act all employees
who are not citizens of the Unit United
ed United States employed by the Canal
Zone Government and the Pa Panama
nama Panama Canal Company.
"We believe that coverage und under
er under the Civil Service Retirement
act of aliens employed outside the
Continental United States is not
in the best interesto f the retire retirement
ment retirement system, althouflh we would
not oppose the establishment of
some form of retirement for such
alien employees. "As a matter
of principle we advocate the
enactment of legislation to prov provide
ide provide a uniform system of retire retirement
ment retirement for aliens employed by the
Government in overseas areas,
but completely separate and
apart from the general Civil
Service Retirement Act."
ROI-TAN
The famous, mild and
fragrant American
-: cigak r
Came to Panama
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Lord's Supper at Close of Service
Pastor W. H. BEEBY . Speaking
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Challenging Cancer Problems
Revealed By Visiting Doctors

. Radical treatment of one typeitermed by one of the delegates
ci feminine cancer by means of. at "one of the challenging prob-'j-adio-active
cobalt, million-volt jlems" that ha been discussed by
-rays and surgery was discussed! the Congress, which adjourns
Thursday by top Western Hem- Saturday afternoon.
iiphere specialists attending the
Second Central American Con- Dr. Frederick G- Medinger, cf;
wss of Obstetrics and Gyneco-1 Philadelphia, Pa., told newsmen
Jogy which is being held at the here that "one of the best:
Motsl El Panama. thlnes that has come out is that
The treatment of cancer of .whether the patient is treated!

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" 'There Is no getting away from
the fact that today's hand is rath-
." badly overbid. North might well
have passed to one club instead
t showing the heart suit. South
jnight well have bid only two no no-trump
trump no-trump instead of jumping to game,
fciiiee both members of the part part-rarship
rarship part-rarship stretched their values, the

".result was a contract that was;

theoretically unmakeable.
- As every experienced bridge play player
er player knows, there Is a gap between
" theory and oractice. South should

have been defeated, but he cooked i torlum

up a
make

clever enough

his contract.

method must be radically and;
strenuously applied for early;
cures and the results of the
treatment are as high as 60 to
70 per cent cures where the rad radical
ical radical treatment is applied."
By radical treatment, he said,
is meant intensive radiation or
extensiv. surgery. v
Dr. Alexander Brunschwlg,
chief gynecologist at Cancer
Memorial center, New York.;
pointed out that cancer of the;
neck of the uterus is one of the
forms of cancer that can be dis-:
covered and detected in its ear-;
liest stages, and theoretically.
therefore, should be curable at
a very high rate. This type of
cancer ranks second after1 can-!
cer of the breast as the com-!
monest type among women.

Dr. Brunschwlg emphasized
that the newer operations can
cure certain .groups of women
who have had cancer treated by
radium before and in whom the
condition is not controlled, "in
the past," he pointed out. "they
were thought to be lost. Now.
the newer type operations still
give them a chance for cure."
In the limited series of oper

ations he has performed. Dr.i

jBunschwlg said, 20 per cent off

cases of cancer of the cervix!
which had not been cured by I
radium treatment were cured by 1
the new type of surgery. -i

xne delegates also heard an
outline for a nationwide anti anticancer
cancer anticancer campaign from Dr. Con Con-rado
rado Con-rado Zuckermann Duarte out

standing Mexican cancerologist i
who heads his country' antl-i
cancer campaign.
At today's scientific confer-'
ence, Dr. Edmond j. rarris'
was to speak on "Diagnosis!
of Masculine Fertility."
4 The congress will adjourn!
this afternoon In t.h nnrti.

of the Social. Security

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TESSX AND TH2 P1HATX3

tJ CEOSCS WCNTES

The ukpiumzzv sjsan fefths

CONCEAL THE ENIGMAS 31- LAK6CK

AN I? PEAT?SOME MAWME MNSTBtSj

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oc nt tha tan .'anil SnMihl1 .e"ja?.K'

trick with the king, k 7B(rf" VZ,' "u.

now lead a heart to dummv's ace

and take the other diamond finesse,
thus making his ninth trick. I
It is interesting trv, note- that:

boutn could not have taken two
diamond finesses for himself since
there was only one entry to dum dummy.
my. dummy. It was important to get West's
cooperation in order to obtain both
diamond finesses.

tast put up

won the first

There were now only seven tricks

in top cards, and South knew that
he would need at least a little
luck to make his contract
Hoping for a 3-3 break, South
led his three top clubs. Fortunately
for him, the suit broke evenly and
he was able to lead his last club
and win a trick with it,
By this time South was sure of
eight tricks, but the ninth trick
still looked fairly far away.
After some thought. South de deckled
ckled deckled to return a spade and let
West take his tricks. There wasn't
much chance for a true squeeze,
but there was an excellent chance
that West would be afraid to tack tackle
le tackle the hearts whsn he got through
with his spade tricks.
Events turned out as South had

hoDed. West took his lour spane

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DELEGATES FROM FOUR COUNTRIES Colombia, Nicaragua, C03ta Rica and Panama
took part in the two days meeting of Woman's Auxiliaries of the Episcopal diocese held yes yesterday
terday yesterday and Thursday in Bishop Morris Hall, a. the cathedral of St, Luke, In Ancon. More
than 200-deleeates attended, including members from the western Interior of Panama.

LADIES OF DIPLOMATIC CORPS
TO GIVE CHAMPAGNE PARTY DESPEDIDA
The ladies of the Diplomatic Corps accredited to Panama
are giving a champagne party at noon next Thursday, Feb February
ruary February 9, at the French Embassy residence.
The affair will be in the form of a despedida for Dona
Pillar Yllana de los Casares, Condesa de Rabago, who is leav-'
ing at the end f the month with her husband, Spanish Am Ambassador
bassador Ambassador to Panama Conde de Rabago, for his new post in
Beirut.

Vega who has taught at the "Y"
for several years.
For those who are not able to
attend at night, a special morning
series of 30 lessons will begin
Thursday, Feb. 9, at 9 a.m. and
will be held Monday, Tuesday and
Thursday mornings.

PARIS. Feb. 4 ilPi-Premier
Guy Mollet announced today he
wui fly to Algeria next week to
face hostile Europen settlers who
oppose his reform program for
that rebel-threatened fnorth A A-frican
frican A-frican territory.
The new Socialist Premier said
he would leave on his '"peace
mission' Monday. He was autho authorized
rized authorized to make the trip by his
cabinet which met in the first
formal session totiay.
Mollet's cabinet also decided to
ask Moroccan Sultan Sidi Mo Mohammed
hammed Mohammed Ben Youssef to come
to Paris Feb. 15 for talks on future
independence.
The Premier will fly 4o Algi Algiers
ers Algiers in advance of his new resid resident
ent resident cabinet minister for Algeria,
Gen. Georges Catroux, who will
be installed in his post Friday.

The appointment oi airuux
nri ths new trnvprnment's plans

for an Algerian "new deal'' re

sulted Is protest demonstration
bv European residents yesterday
in Algiers.
An estimated 100,000 Europe Europeans
ans Europeans surged through the capital
in n e( fnrt to nrevent outveing

(iov. Gen. Jscques Soustcll e,

from leaving for France.

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caluma should submitted i t p p-Krilirn
Krilirn p-Krilirn form and milled to out of
tht box nambtrc listed oiily in "So "So-rtl
rtl "So-rtl and ,Oihn-i4.' er delivered
by hand to the ((Ire. Nulire of
mrrlnns cannot be accepted by tele tele-hoiie.
hoiie. tele-hoiie. Cristobal Emblem Club
Meets Next Tuesday
The Cristobal Emblem Club
will hold its regular business
meeting on Tuesday, Feb. 7, at
7:30 p.m. at the EIks Home.

Colgate Officials .. Visit Panama

P. S. Thorntons Hav i
Bortschyt At House Cuists
C'apt. and Mrs. Robert S. Bert Bert-achy
achy Bert-achy of San Francisco, California,
are the house guests of Mr. and
Mrs. Philip S. Thornton at 5292
Morrison Street, Diablo Heights.
Capt. and Mrs. B e r t s c h y are
former residents of Cristobal.
Mrs. Bert?chy, the former Ed Ed-wina
wina Ed-wina .Davis, also lived at Quarry
Heights during her father's tour
of duty t that post, Capt. Bert Bert-schy
schy Bert-schy was Port Captain at Cristo Cristobal
bal Cristobal from 1947 to 1950.. ;
Jngblotdt Entertain
With Coffee Party
Mrs. H. N. Jongbloed entertained
with a Coffee party at her resi

dence above -the Royal Nether

lands Steamship Company on
Thrusday morning honoring Mrs.
J. N. Garrett. r.,-.
Guests present were Mesdames
Stanley Kidd, John Morris, Anth Anthony
ony Anthony Raymond, Robert .JVise, Jr.,
John Andrews, Jr., Earl Beck,
Gilbert Morland Ronald 0,w e n,
Perry Frahcey, R. Pernigotti, Ra Rafael
fael Rafael De Boyrie, E.' B! Ranier,' Pe Peter
ter Peter Van Dam ad- Lesleigh Davis.'
Change el Address
Mr. and Mrs. J. G., F. Trimble
changed, their address, yesterday
frem Campana Place in Margari Margarita
ta Margarita to 779-A Tavernilla Street in
Balboa.

Wilma Miles Navy Wives' V
Club To Hold Social
The monthly social of the Wil Wilms
ms Wilms Miles Navy Wives' Club will
be held Monday, Feb.. 6, at 7:30
!.m. at Adm, and 'Mrs. Miles'
tome at Fort Amador.
Miss Dorothy Brinkma,' director
of activity at the USO-JWB Arm Arm-fi
fi Arm-fi Forces Service Club, will give
A talk and exhibition oft Panama

entitled ''Panama As I Know It."
The talk will be accompanied by
native folklore dances.
Husbands of members have been
invjted to attend the affair,

Pert Clayton Officers'
Wives' Club Hat Luncheon
The Fort Clayton O f f i c e r s'

Wives' Club held their monthly
luncheon at the Fort Clayton Of

ficers Club last Wednesday, Mrs.
I. B. Washburn, President, pres presided.
ided. presided.
Mrs, S. Coffin, Mrs. J. Collins
and Mrs; C. Cooper, the hostesses,
used balloons, confetti, paper
streamers, hibiscus; orchids and
Panamanian dolls in native cos

tumes to lend a gay and festive
carnival air to the tables and the
club. -.; r
Mrs. Washburn welcomed and

introduced the guests who were

Mrs. Willard R. Seymour, Mrs.;

Wanda Middleton. and Mrs, Betty
Simmons. The door prize w'a s

won by Mrs. George Heck. Ladies

attending the luncheon were Mes

dames S. Bradbury, J. Burkhart,
S. Coffin, J. Collins, C. Cooper,
Er Earl, R, Ebbs, G. Fish, E.
Ford, S. Fowler, G. Heck, B. Mc McGinn,
Ginn, McGinn, S. Messner, L, Norton, P.
Peca, R. Robertson, W. Saal, C.
Saal, C. Sauser, W. Seymour, R.
Strom, J. Van Ernst, F. Van Nos Nos-dale,
dale, Nos-dale, W. Voortmeyer, J. Walton,
I. Washburn.

Spanish Classes At
Balboa YMCA USO
Now Under Way
Evening classes in Spanish now

I arc under way at the Balboa YM

CA-USp --beginners at 5 p.m., in intermediates
termediates intermediates at 6 p.m. and advanc advanced
ed advanced at 7 p.m.
Classes will meet every Monday
and Thursday evening under the
tutelage of Miss Maria del Pilar

Listen to the Caribbean
8th Base-Ball Scries
with a

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Transitor Pocket Radio Receiver.

34-20 Justo Arosemena
Ave Tel. 3-0281.

Dancing Tonight
At Army-Navy Club
There will be dancing tonight
at the Army-Navy Club at Fort
Amador from 8:30 p.m. until 12:30.
Coat and tie for gentlemen is o o-bligatory.
bligatory. o-bligatory. :

' MAKE f R1EWDS

Luncheon For Visitors
Mr. and Mrs. Chester Dudley
were honor guests at a luncheon
given by Mrs. Isabel A. de Mul Mul-ler
ler Mul-ler Wednesday at her residence in
Bella Vista.

Mrs. Pat Markum
To Give Despedida
Mrs. Pat Markum, president of
the Canal Zone Branch,. National
League of Amerigan Pen women,
will entertain membership of the
Canal Zone Branch at a despedi despedida
da despedida at her home next Wednesday
honoring two artist members.
Honor guests will be Eleanor
Edwards and Gladys Barnard who

are leaving the Isthmus shortly.
Mrs. Edwards heads for Puerto
Rico and Mrs. Barnard for Rhode
Island. .'V':s i:
Mrs. Edwards Is well known lo locally
cally locally for her water colors, prints
and Christmas card designs. For
many years Mrs. .Barnard has
been creating oil paintings, prints
and pictures of tropical birds.

If the awtul realization ever
comes to you that you- neglected
to let your hostess know that
you couldn't attend her party
and the dav of the party is past

don't just feel guilty. Tele

phone her or write ner s now
explaining what happened and
asking for her forpiveness.
Ignoring the matter Is the
worst thing you could do under
the circumstances.

Thursday Morning Group
Meet At turunda Feb. 9

The Thursday momina: Study
Group oil the Canal Zone College
Club -will meet at "the home of
Mrs. Franklin. K. Van Zandt,
544-A Cunmdu Heights, Thurs Thursday,
day, Thursday, Feb. 9, at 9:30 a.m. Mrs.
John R. Hammond will assist as
co-hostess.
- Mr. Robert c. Walker, Chief
Internal Security, will speak on
Security Trends- in this area.
t Please note that the place of
this meetiiKy differs from that
shown In The Year Book.

Catholic Daughters
W.l l Meet Monday
t The Catholic Daughters of
America f!niirt. X7n bia u.u

a- regular business meetinir next

meetine Mrs. John Litton of
Rev. Ray Blakely

To Receive Orders
Sunday, at 2:30 p.m., the Rev.
Ray Blakely, minister of the Ga-
tun Union Churrh Will VAnaliiA

Elder's Orders. The service of or

dination will be held in the sanc sanctuary
tuary sanctuary of the Gatun Union Church,
with Bishop Julio M. Sabanes. bis bishop
hop bishop of Panama, Costa Rica,' Peru,
and Chile, in charge, Assisting
him will be the Rev. Louis Fiske,
who is in charge of the work of
American Methodism in Panama

The sermon will be preached by

the Rev, Samuel Walden, pastor
of Trinity Methodist Church, Co Colon.
lon. Colon.
The Rev. Rav Blakely was born
in Florence, Alabama, where he

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... H.u......... ty uu sijcu at iiuici u ranami, were receivea oy ne local ION
gate manager, James Kevlin, and Mrs, Kevlin, who entertaii.vd for them at dinner Friday dur during
ing during their one-day visit to the Republic.
The. rroup also Included J. C, Rebaza, Vice President, Sales and Advertising, Western
Hemisphere; W. B. B. Fergusson, Vice President, Advertising; and E. A. Spicka, Vice President,
Manufacturing, Latin America and Far East. Mrs. Hart accompanied her husband.
They left Saturday for Colombia. r
From left to right are Messrs. Fergusson, Rebam, Hart. Kevlin and Spicka. (Mercurio)

Ballet Prom Indiana
Attend College Club Tea
Special guests at the Canal Zone
College Club Carnival tea today
were the Belles of Indiana, thirty thirty-two
two thirty-two coeds from tne University of
Indiana. They are here under the
auspices of USO Camp Shows to
entertain military troops on the
Isthmus. From Panama, the girls
will go to Guantanamo, Bay, Cuba
and Puerto Rico. -..j
The tea was held" at the Army
and Navy Club in Fort Amador
with the following varied prog program:
ram: program:
Mrs. Mercedes Alegre Smith,
well-known to Isthmian groups for
her knowledge and interpretation
of Panama, gave an explanation
of the folklore and history of the

Carnival, and the traditional
dress, the Pollers, Montuna, and
Montuno. :, .......
An exhibition of the Tamborito
and other native folklore dances
of Panama .was arranged under
the direction of Senor A n i c e to
Moscoso, who directs the Folklore
Dance Classes at the National
School of Dance in Panama.
Dancing in the Carnival Dance
Exhibition Group was Dona Mar Margarita
garita Margarita Lozano famous for her in interpretation
terpretation interpretation of the dances, and for
ber beautiful collection of polle polle-ras
ras polle-ras and gold jewelry; 'Seiior Fer Fer-min
min Fer-min Pinel, a member' of the well well-known
known well-known Plicet Conjunto, which dis displays
plays displays the native dances during the
tourist season; and Senorita Inez
Maria Hersth.
A special guest who participat participated
ed participated in the day's program was Se Senorita
norita Senorita Marilza van Hourde, the
El Panama Carnival Queen of
1954. Appearing with her the Mis Misses
ses Misses Carmen and Marjorie Smith,
daughters of Mr. and Mrs. J.
Bartley Smith. Music for' the af affair
fair affair was played by a conjunto un under
der under the direction of Seiior Lam-boglia.

Don't be misled!
Disregard the price!
Demand ROUXTItlT
: at sll tinies! -

it enjoy; the largest sales volume hv Panama, United
. States and other countries, mainly because It does net
create difficulties with your hair, it does not itch or
otherwise bother your scalp l '
It never fails to give the result desired!
Distributor In the Republic of Panama and
the Canal Zone
JULIO Vos
No 3 "A"' Street TeL" 2-2371, Panama

REX PHARMACY

COLON

attended Coffee High School, andlr l r
received his A.B. degree f r o m UreenOerQ UlYOTCe

Florenco State Teachers' College
in 1951. He received his B.D. de degree
gree degree from Candler School of Theo Theology,
logy, Theology, Emory University, Atlanta,

Motion Is Shelved

CLEVELAND, O. Feb

4 (UP)

r.a in .inno low inc Ktrn... m. tne reconciMation between. Heve.

- jUj, uvivii. Will ;
ing to the Canal Zone. n Septem- ?nd, Indians Genera M ana ger

ner, ias4, in Birmingham, Aia.,l"",Ml ""b m p p-he
he p-he was ordained a deacon in thelPear?d '"P et t0(lay whe,n Ml

Methodist Church. He has served! dri,i. uiraoei yreenoerg oxoppea

pastorates in Green Hill, Alaba Alabama,
ma, Alabama, and Phil Campbell, Alabama,
and has worked as assistant pas pastor
tor pastor and choir director at the We-

eden Heights and the St. James

her divorce action.

The heiress to the Gimbel De Department
partment Department Store fortunes filed the
divorce suit last May 2. The In

dians executive contested the Be

churches in Florence, Methodist! 10,n oafae "and asked for cus-
i 1 Arl 1 1 gf tna n 1 1 n inn

Church, Atlanta, Georgia, lie is

presently president of the Reli

age, he tt married, and has one

cmia,

tody of the children.

Mrs. -Greenberg's attorney, when

ou 'worrTof
r.n.t T.f..i flPleas Court to file a motion to

dismiss her petition, said, "they

are reconciled and together again.
The divorce matter is dropped."

Panamanian Ship
Run Aground
With Cargo
NUEVITAS, Cuba, Feb. 4(UP)
The Panamanian freighter .Do .Do-rado,
rado, .Do-rado, loaded with sugar destined
for Russia, ran aeround near

here last night and port autho.

rites said today the ship is in
"grave danger."
The Dorado, which nicked uo

TO.OOO bags of raw sugar in
Puerto Padre this week, was .on
the way here to load an addi additional
tional additional 20,000 bags when it ,jan
aground.
The Nicaraguan freighter Mar Margarita
garita Margarita Ana is standing byrtto
aid in rescue efforts, -..

AST

for Sunday
entertaining. .
nothing better
than our

STARLIGHT BUFFET

from 7 p.m.

9th floor

Treat yourself, your family and friends
to the sheer delight that is found only ir.
this wonderful event! '
Superb, food, lest music, and loveliest
of views from the Bella Vista Room or the
outside Terracel .
Mutic fer dancing by Clarence Martin's Orchettra.
13.50 pperson. Call Max, 3-1660 for reservations.

If the weekend brings out the night owl in you
you'll be at home at our

CLUB 4:30. TONIGHT

Midnight to 4:30 a.m.
in the Balboa Bar
RAY COX, and his
Trio El Arranque
(nightcap on-the-house
at 4:50 a.m.)

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It's the wheel of your car; No matter how fcal-eful you are ...... how well
' you drive. There't always a chance.. A bad smash up. A, wrecked pocket pocket-.
. pocket-. bopk; Unless your insurance is right,-and to be sure your insurance Is
right; call:' ....
FRED HUDDLESTON
' Telephone Panama 2-5000
"".:He knows how-much you should carry-m what' types' fire, theft,
t ( collision, liability, basic and extended medical. Have him arrange adequate'
, '; protection for you your family, -your guests, your pocketbook.
'; ALWAYS remember, the wheel of your car is awheel of chance. Handle
.. it with care.. .... "", Advt.

NATIVE NIGHT today carnival flag will be. raised

PRESENTING: PANAMA'S FOREMOST SINtjER OF PANAMANIAN MUSIC: MARGARITA ESCALA
O ALSO: A GROUP OF TYPICAL DANCERS DANCING NATIVE SQUARE DANCES, POLKAS, TAMBORITOS, Etc.
O ALSO: ORCHESTRA "LOS RANCHEROS COMBO: "LOS GUAYACANES" TYPICAL "LOS LANCEROS"
O ALSO: ALL TYPES OF NATIVE DISHES

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(opposite Ancon School Playground)
Tel. Z-2011 Panama.
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JIM RWGE
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Balboa: 2-4239 or Pan.: 3-1660
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mobile Automobile Insurance, by, tele telephone.
phone. telephone. Immediate Cover Coverage.
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S Dr. J V. FertuSndez 1,
Calle 40
No. 2-66
Tel. 3-1902
Gn:sl Preachers
Of iiciale Tomorrow
At La Boca Church
According to a schedule prepar prepared
ed prepared by the district in connection
with convocation week, guest
preachers at St. Peter's church in
La Boca tomorrow will be two cler clergymen
gymen clergymen from Costa Rica. They are
the Ven. William L. Ziadie, arch archdeacon;
deacon; archdeacon; of Limon, and the Rev.
Francis M. Harrison, priest of the
Holy Cross mission at Guacimo.
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Besides preaching at the choral
Euchaijist at 7 a.m., Archdeacon
Ziadie iwill be assistant celebrant'
to the Rev. John Spear, priest in
charge! Father Harrison will deli deliver
ver deliver the sermon at evensong, start starting
ing starting 7:).
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The JEucharist' will te followed
by a meeting of the Paris Welfare
Council in the parish hall for the
' election o fofficers and discussion
of some pending matters.
Becalise of the clergy .retreat in
Santa piara, daily services at St.
Peter's will be suspended from
Monday through Wednesday and
resume4 Thursday morning with
holy crtmmunion.
Youngster Injures
Brother With Gun
. NEW! YORK, Feb, 4 w(UP) A
four yar old toy, playing with
liis father's Police revolver,, shct
his baby, brother in the face to today.
day. today. I. ',.
Police said Michael O Callahan
found the gun on a table. The bul
let passed through the cheek of
8-month-old Kevin.
Patrdlman John O'Callahan,
fook Kpvin to the hospital where
loctorst said the boy was in fair
tonditiHn.
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FOR SALE
Household

FOR SALE: Crosley Shelvador
refrigerator 9.5 Cu. ft., 1 95 1
model DC-9, very good condi condition.
tion. condition. Phone No. 3677
FOR SALE: Freeier upright
Hotpoint G.E., 60-cycle, 12 cu.
'ft., brand new. Call Balboa 4106.
FOR SALE: Sohmer console
spinet piano tnd bench, color
black, beautiful tone, looks like
new Cost $930, will sell for
$560. Phone Bjlboa 2896.
FOR SALE: Radio Victrol 3 3-speed
speed 3-speed console; baby crib and
mattress. Other household arti articles.
cles. articles. 547-B Curundu Heights.
Phone 83-5281.
FOR SALE: Norge automatic
washing machine, 60-cycle, like
new. Phone Rodman 3530.
FOR SALE: Practically your
price: Mahogany standing lamp,
10 x12' Oriental rug. Phone 3 3-1024
1024 3-1024 Panama.
FOR SALE; 6-ft. 3-door ma mahogany
hogany mahogany wardrobe, inside mirrors,
cabinet, good condition, $30.
Phone 1591 Colon.
FOR SALE: 60-cycle Bendix
Economat $70; single bed,
dresser, bamboo, wicker furni furniture.
ture. furniture. 83-7162.
FOR SALE: Singer portable
sewing machine (1953 model)
$90; oak chest of drawers $10;
mahogany dining table, china
closet, 8 chairs, $110. House
2113-A. 5th Street, Curundu.
Phone 7282.
On The Alleys. .
CLASSIC LEAGUE
Team Standings
Hotel El Panama ... 45y2 jy
Austin Nash ...... 38
Restaurante Skychef 37ft 42ft
Seymour Agency ... do
The Classic League race was
tightened up considerably by
Austin-Nash scoring a 3 to I win
Pootanrftnt.fi skvehef and
Seymour Agency whitewashing
Hotel El Panama.
Ttitrt Rolrer rolled a creat 654
to lead Restaurante Skychef, but
eniiiHn't mftr.ih the over-ail con
sistency of Austin-Nash led by
jnucK Aimeaa.
Restaurante Skychef
Hammer 158 215 172 545
Glelchman 171 157 188 496
Zeletes
Welch '.
Balcer .
.161 204 151 m
, 162 174 167 503
. 199 224 231 654
851 974 889 2714
Austin-Nash
Roeers . 202 185 153 540
Thomas . 182 167 185 634
Almeda : . 213 177 227 B17
Jacober . .226 166 201 593
Best . 182 176 199 557
1005 871 965 2841
Ted Melanson and Chuck Mc Mc-Garvey
Garvey Mc-Garvey scored highest for Sey Seymour
mour Seymour Agency In their four oolnt
win over woiei ei Panama. High
lor the hoteleers was Billy Cof Coffey.
fey. Coffey. Hotel El Panama
wllber ... 166 163 170 499
Feger . .170 177 187 5.?4
Lowande , 152 156 149 457
nowen . ,.,.173 179 185 537
uniey v . 160 221 230 611
821 896 921 2638
Kutsrh : 1AA oirt nut kab
McGarvey . 194 205 .190 589
I .DrrfihaA t An am
Melanson . 226 196 191 ii
Colbert j .. 174 189 2na R7n
- 935 972 844 2851
PACIFIC COSMOPOLITAN
MIXED LEAGUE
Team Slanil1...
i nines ..... i
3514
21 Vt
24
25
27
282
31i2
34
36
Seymour Agency ....32
BSfAirw;.-23;
slPs 21
Dehlinger's Agency".'. 21
:aSyut Aency moved one
ft closer to the top spot in
the Pacific CosmoDolitan WiLl,
wague by virtue of a shut ont
highest fn-" o' "l""aon orecl
5 Termites kept 2 V, points
andhn.Ptac?kee.s wh Earl Best
and Dick Soyster leadine ie
way scored a two to one win ove?
JJ0 vlctory by a two
uuC margin over Dehlinger's
Agency, Harry Colbert led Tasco
while Bob Toland was hiah mnr.
for the agency gang.

FOR SALE
Automobiles

FOR SALE: 1953 Cadillac Se Sedan,
dan, Sedan, in very good condition. New
nylon blowout proof tires and ra radio.
dio. radio. Any cash offer around $2800
will be considered. Phone 2 2-2638,
2638, 2-2638, "Porras," Plan 5 de Ma Mayo..
yo.. Mayo.. :
FOR SALE: Sunbeam Talbot Se Sedan
dan Sedan (Sport Car), 1953 model
radio end sliding top. Financing
facilities. Call Mr. Eskildsan,
Panama 2-1669, Colon Motors,
Hillman dealers.
FOR SALE. 1953 Olds Super.
88, duty paid, automatic trans transmission,
mission, transmission, power brakes, radio,
white sidewall tires, shaded glass,
new car condition. Call Panama
3-4870.
FOR SALE: 1951 Pontiac Cat Cat-alina
alina Cat-alina 8-cyl., 43,000 miles, ra radio,
dio, radio, leather interior, undercoat.
Call 86-4225 between 6 p.m.
and 8 p.m. .;
FOR SALE: 1955 2-dr. Chev Chevrolet
rolet Chevrolet Bel-Air 2-tone, P.G. and
radio, low mileage, very good
good condition. Call Bal. 2733.
FOR SALE: 1954 Chevrolet
Bel-Air 4-door, power glide, new
tires, radio, etc. Very good con condition.
dition. condition. See at 2-A Coco Solifo.
FOR SALE: 1953, Buick Super
V8 RIVIERA, AIR-CONDITIONED,
dynaf low, radio, rear seat
speaker, neater, wsw tires, pow power
er power steering. Trade-ins accepted.,
Terms. SMOOT & PAREDES,
S.A.. ."
FOR SALE: 1950 Dodge Cor Coronet
onet Coronet 4-door, gyromatic. 84-
6201.
FOR SALE: 1949 Club Coupe,
Mercury V-8 rebuilt engine, ex excellent
cellent excellent recapped tires, body low lowered,
ered, lowered, good shape, dual exhaust,
$425 cash. 0764-A Williamson
Place.
FOR SALE: 1949 Oldsmobile
88 two door, good condition,
$495. Phone 3-2387 Panama.
THE AMERICAN RED CROSS.
CANAL ZONE CHAPTER, OF OFFERS
FERS OFFERS AUTOMOBILES FOR SALE
Sealed bids, for opening in pub pub-lie,
lie, pub-lie, will b received until 10:30
a.m., February 13, 1956, in the
Red Cross Office, (located near
the Civil Affairs Building, An An-con)
con) An-con) for-eel ef four automo automobiles.
biles. automobiles. One Chevrolet Station Wa Wagon
gon Wagon and one Ford 2 -door Coach
are located at the Red Cross Of Office,
fice, Office, Ancon, One Chevrolet Sta Station
tion Station Wagon and one 4-door Ford
Sedan are located at the Red
Cross Office, 1029 Roosevelt
Avenue, Cristobal. Invitation for
bid may be obtained at the above
sources 1
Fans' Choices
For Sunday's
All-Star Game
Votinff bv Panama Pro League
fans for the local and foreign
ninvsra whn will aDDear m to
morrow's all-star game ended
inst. nlirht. Thj vote count was
made by the Panama Baseball
writers Association during the
Carta Vieja-Spur Cola- double-
header at the Olympic stacuum,
The contest will be nlaved to
morrow afternoon at 3 o'clock at
the stadium. It was erroneously
announced yesterday that the
Smoker-Snur Cola contest which
was rained out Tuesday, would
be played prior to tomorrow's
all-star game. : .,
Names of nlayers who will
play at least three innings are:
LOCAL
Elias Osorio (Chesterfield) lb
Pablo Bernard (Chester.) tb
Hector Lope (Spur Cola) 3b
Clarence Moore (Spur Cola
Relnaldo Grenald (S.C.) If
Bobby Prescott (Chester.) cf
Pepe Osorio (Rnur Cola) rf
FOREIGN
Al KubskI (Carta Tiela) lb
Billy Shantas (Carta Vleja) 2b
Gipn Dickens (Carta Vleja) 3b
sower Wiiheim (C.v.) ss
B'll Stewart (Chester.) If
John Glenn (Sour Cola) ef
Eddie Phillips (Carta Vleja) rf
carta vie a first baseman To
ny Bartirome led in the voting
ior tnat position out runner-up
Al Kubskl will rjlav Instead since
Bartirome haff already left for
"is nome m tne U.S.- r
Filipino, CI Joined
For Freedom Feting
MANILA Feb.i 4 (UP) Ameri
can soldiers joined Fillninn trnnn
today In a celebration of the day
m wmcn tney doui hfiped free
this Philippine- Republic capital
city form the Japanese 11 years
ago: -.
The center of the celebration
wasthe JJaiversity.if ,anto To-,
mas where a-tank named "Bat "Bat-tlin'
tlin' "Bat-tlin' Bask" led the Filipino A-
mencan assault on Jansnese units
guarding some 3,700 Allied inter
nees Feb. 3, 1345. ;

It-was at about 6:30 p.m. IX

FOR RENT
Apartments

ATTENTION G. I.! Just built
modern furnished Mitmenta, la
2 bedrooms, hot, cold water,.
Phone Panama 3-4941.
FOR RENT. Large furnished a a-partment,
partment, a-partment, one couple or two. A A-marican
marican A-marican neighbors. 48th Street
No. 27, Apartment No. 2.
FOR RENT: Furnished apart apartment
ment apartment including refrigerator, porch,
parlor-dining room, kitchen, bed bedroom,
room, bedroom, tiled, all screened, $60.
Apply 112 Via Belisaria Perras,
near Roosevelt Theater.
FOR RENT. 2-bedroom apart apartment,
ment, apartment, furnished, new furniture,
piano. 50th Street Ne. 19, beside
Farmacia Van Dor Dijs, $180.
Phone 3-4566.
FOR RENT. Independent apart apartments,
ments, apartments, one furnished, one bed bedroom;
room; bedroom; the ether 2 bedrooms, un
furnished. Vie Porraa Ne. 64.
Phone 3-1863.
FOR RENT: -Unfurnished apart apartment,
ment, apartment, two bedrooms, two baths,
maid's room, sittin-dining room,
perch, garage, $100, at Bella
Vista. N. Obarrio Street No. 23.
See Oe Castro, Avenue "B' No.
9-42. Phone 2-1616 Panama.
FOR RENT: New, modern,
well-ventilated 2-bedroom apart apartments
ments apartments with garage and maid's
quarters, ''Tsresina" Apartments,
G Street, El Cangrejo.
FOR RENT: Newly furnished
and unfurnished apartments:
Alhambra Apartments
1 Oth Street No. 8061. Phone
1386 Colon.
FOR RENT: Furnished 2-bedroom
apartment: sitting-dining
room, porch, light end water.
2nd Ave. No. 204, Paitilla. Tele Telephone
phone Telephone 2-2606.
FOR RENT: Small patio apart apartment,
ment, apartment, independent with stove
and refrigerator. 34th Street Ne.
22. $55. Call 3-4700.
FOR RENT. Furnished 2-reem
apartment. Golf Heights, Pana Panama,
ma, Panama, $80 monthly. Phene Balboa
2870.
FOR RENTi-WSpacieuf two-bedroom,
twe-batfi screened apart apartment.
ment. apartment. Living re em, dining room,
rage and maid's quarters. Pri Private
vate Private entrance. Camp Alegre.
Phone Panama 3-0873.
FOR RENT: Furnished 2-bedroom
apartment, facing aid rack
quarry, Carrasquilla 637, Phone
3-2737, $65.
FOR RENT: Modern one-bed.
room apartment 2nd Street, Pe Pe-rejil.
rejil. Pe-rejil. Inquire Via EspaAa 17.
Meat Contents
In CARE Passover
Packages Increased
Substantial Increase in the meat
contents will mark this year s
CARE Passover package for Is
rael. Announcement to that effect
was made today by Richard W.
Reuter, CARE executive director,
who recently visited Israel.
"Meat, sugar, shortening and
protein-rich foods are still great greatly
ly greatly needed in Israel," Reuter said.
The Passover package contains
3- lbs. of beef and the same
quantity of veal in natural juices:
14 ounces salami; 4 lbs, sugar: 1
lb. chocolate; lb. cocoa; 1
lb. vegetable shortening; 1 lb. dri dried
ed dried apples; 1 lb. unshelled nuts;
30 ounces of raisins and 1 ounce
black pepper, The price of $12
Includes ration-free and d u t y y-free
free y-free guaranteed delivery in any
part of IsraeL
Like the standard CARE $10
food package for Israel and the
Israel Family food package at
$18.25, the contents of the Passov Passover
er Passover package are certified kosher
by the Rabbinical Council of A A-merica
merica A-merica and the Union of Orthodox
Jewish Congregations.
Package orders, or contribu contributions
tions contributions in any amount, may be for forwarded
warded forwarded to CARE-Panama, Apar Apar-tado
tado Apar-tado 3210, Panama, R. P.
HustentOf LcceI
Voa::! Transferred
24th DIV., Korea PFC Qar Qar-ence
ence Qar-ence L. Stickel, 28, whose wife,
Margarita, lives in Panama City,
Panama rerpntlv was transfer
red from Okinawa to Korea and
is now a member oi me aw. in infantry
fantry infantry Division.
AW T?
former unit, the 75th ReEiraentall
Combat Team on Okinawa,' was I
deactivated. s
SHoVpI nn of Mr. and Mrs.. C.
R
StifVil 1801 Allison Ave., la
Springfield, Ohio, is a mechanic l
m Comnanv D.oi tne cavisions
34th Regiment.
vast a n tndav that the Ameri
can forces smashed into Manila,
released the prisoners ana seia
nl L t 4.1.
Maiacanany raiace, seat ui uic
Puppet Philippine Government., i

MISCELLANEOUS

ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS
BOX 2031. ANCON. CZ.
BOX 1211. CRISTOBAL, CZ.
FOR SALE
Bliscellaneous
FOR SALE-Twa 8000-gal. cy cypress
press cypress wood tanks, steel straps,
$200 each. Destiladora Nocienal,
1A., 3-1791.
OUTSTANDING BARGAIN: Pi Piper
per Piper tri-pacer PA-2 2, Super cus custom,
tom, custom, best condition, certificates.
Phone Campania T.A.S. A. 3 3-1180,
1180, 3-1180, Aeropuerte Paitilla (Mar (Marcos
cos (Marcos Gflebert), Panama.
FOR SALE. 1953 scooter, new
tires, excellent condition. Phene
5-169 Gatun.
FOR SALE: Chromium 'aquari 'aquarium,
um, 'aquarium, 30-gal. capacity with plants,,
sand and fishes. Call Panama 3 3-5419.
5419. 3-5419.
FOR SALEVery cheap, leav leaving.
ing. leaving. Tappan, stove, four burners
and oven; junior bed, tables,
chairs, 2 mattresses end mirror.;
Panama 3-3587.
FOR SALE Bicycle, Headmas Headmaster,
ter, Headmaster, woman's, good condition,
$15. 1559-B Calabash, Gavilan
Area, Balboa.
FOR SALE: Dual pipes, skirts,
lowering blocks and Mallory ig ignition.
nition. ignition. For '52 or '53 Ford. Call
Balboa 2-1725.
FOR SALE: Servel refrigerator,
120 bass accordion, 2 sets golf
clubs, dishes, aluminumware,
25-cycle clocks, fans; beauty
shop dryor, motors, battery
charger. Balboa 4361.
FOR SALE: Underwood type typewriter
writer typewriter 11'' Gar. medal C, excel excellent
lent excellent condition. Phene 2-5336.
FOR SALE: Craftsman 21'
gsseline lawn newer In goei
condition. Aha three now 100
lb. Rockgae tanks. Balboa 2
1050.
WANTED
Houses
WANTED TO RENT: Furnish Furnish-r
r Furnish-r od house, I -4 bedrooms. Four
North American gentleman. Tel Telephone.
ephone. Telephone. Panami 3-0166.
KEEP
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Gramlkh'i Santa Clara Beach
Cottages. Modern conveniences,
moderate rates. Phone Gamboa
6-441.
FOSTER'S COTTAGES. One mil
pest Casino. Lew rates. Phone
Bolboe 1866.
PHILLIPS Oceenslde Corteges,
Santa Clara. Box 435, Balboa.
Pbona Panama J-1877, Critta Critta-bol
bol Critta-bol 1-1(73.
Shrapnel's furnished house en
beach at Santa Clara. Telephone
Thompson, Balboa 1772.
Wanted to Buy
WANTED: Underground gaso gasoline
line gasoline tank in good condition, 3 or
4 thousand gallon capacity. Tel Telephone
ephone Telephone Panama 2-0428.
Wanted Position
. LEAVING ISTHMUS. Desire re
place moid. Does general house housework.
work. housework. Will liva in. Phene Balboa
1794
Bidding Is Set
For 292 Hems
Sealed bids in auadruolicate will
pe received by tne Property ins
posal Officer on February 20. at
9 and 10 a.m., at the Crorozal Gen
eral Depot for approximately 292
items of foreign excess personal
property.
Listed are such items as electric
vegetable peeling machine, steam
boilers, mixing machines, refriger refrigerator
ator refrigerator cooler units, radar sets, du duplicating
plicating duplicating machines, typweriters,
payroll machines, and electric
sound producers. These items are
located in buildings 708 and 746 at
Corozal.
Also being offered are-Items of
Army Stock Fund Property of gen general
eral general interest, including fire extin extin-quishers,
quishers, extin-quishers, electric lamps, ropes,
drills, gears, cylinders, motors, and
miscellaneous spare parts.
For information regarding sub submission
mission submission of bids, prospective buy-
nr may eH the Pronerfv Disnoeal
Officer at Corozal (telephone 41-19).
YOUR TICKETS.
Get them buying. 1 e

Uicja, fan Tlhiihpujta "Gad",

of "VCIOLA LIC0.7ERA ED DISIiLEFJA CEIITPiL

FOR RENT
Homes

FOR RENT: Chalet, spacious
grounds, quiet neighborhood. 3 3-120!
120! 3-120! or 2-2724.
FOR RENT: Chalet: three bed
rooms, 47th Street, Bella Yista.
Phone Clayton 61 10 office hours,
after Curundu 5118.
AVAILABLE MARCH 1ST, for
even weeks: Cottage in Golf
' Heights, with spacious grounds.
Completely furnished. Three air air-conditioned
conditioned air-conditioned bedrooms; including
electricity, telephone, water
(hot-cold), gas, Bendix washing
machine. Excellent maid 30 day
only (sleeps maid quarters), To Total
tal Total sum: $575. Phone Panama
3-2006.
FOR RENT. Recently built cor corner
ner corner house, 50th and I Oth Streets.
3 bedrooms, 'maid's room, etc,
.Call telephoaes Panama 3-3170
or 3-1260.
Meeting (cnliniios
At Baptist Church
The evangelistic campaign
which began 1st Sunday at the
First Isthmanian Baptist Church
of Cristobal will continue this
week with a week of "special"
nights. The speaker is Dr. C. Y.
Dossey, a leading figure In the
Southern Baptist Convention.
Sundayr In addition to the nor
mal services, there win be a Bap
tizing service and a special Sun Sun-dav
dav Sun-dav School program.
The following are the services
scheduled to take place:
10:00 a.m. Sunday School.
11:00 a.m. Evangelistic service

The
SERVICE DEPARTMENT

PANAMA RADIO CORP.
Announces to all their cutomr that ALU RE REPAIRS
PAIRS REPAIRS mada in tht Servlca Shop or In tha customarY
rasidence will ba on CASH baala (C. O. D.f

CONTINUES
Prizes for February 5tli arc:
$ 1920.00

$12 00.00 (Accumulated)

. PRIZES ACCUMULATE

Position Offered

WANTED: Experienced State-
side beauty operator, full ar ;
parttime. Genell'a Beauty Shoo,
Cocolj Clubhouse, Navy 3812.
INTERVIEWS now being held foe
additional sales staff in car and
truck departments. Experienced
men may apply to Mr. Edd Ab Abbott,
bott, Abbott, Colpan Motors.
-e
OPPORTUNITY for bilingual oe. -cretary.
Apply to Mr. Edd Ab- -bott.
Colpan Motors, No. 34
Automobile Row.
FOR RENT
Hooms
FOR RENT: Cleen furnished
rooms, maid's service, centrally
located. I Street 11-31. Phena V
2-1541.
Help Wanted
WANTED r Expert seek. Bring
references. Good salary. Federic
Boyd Avenue No. D4-22.
to be followed by the Ordinance of
the Lord's Supper. Preacher will
be Dr. Dossey
. rvj
3:00 p.m. Sunday School hour.
6:00 p.m. Training Union.
7:00 p.m. Revival meeting and
Baptismal service. The Pastor of
the church, the Rev. S.A. Scarlett,
will conduct the service while Dr.
Dossey will speak.
The meetings next week, begin beginning
ning beginning Monday, will take on new
features: Monday, Family night;
Tuesday, Men's night; Wednes Wednesday,
day, Wednesday, Sunday School; Thursday,
Women's-night; Friday, the Tra Training
ining Training Union; and Saturday Youth
night.
1
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120.00 (Accumulated) j

600.00 (Accumulated) I

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In ClnemaScope
- "MR. ROBERT"
Also
Randolph Scott in:
"TAIL MAN
V RIDING '
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J3c. 20c.
Emilia Giu in:
"MATERMDAD
- IMPOSIBLE"
Also
Luis Aguilar In:
"AL DIABLO LAS
Ml J I RES"
CEriTOAL Theatre
LUX TUEATOE
69c. 30c.
Week end release
The bombshell story of the "Fixer"
E. G. Robinson in:
"ILLEGAL"
He beats any rap till he raps on
the door of Angel O'Hara. .
SHOWS: 3:07, 4:52, 6:54, 16
DIIIVE-in Thcatrr
60c. 30.-.
WEEK END RELEASE
, Jack KELLY
Park SH1LBY
"THE NIGHT HOLDS TERROR"
Carnival inauguration dance
starts after the show
CECILIA -THEATRE
The b?st famous musical
"FRENCH CAN CAN"
with
Maria Felix Jean Cabin and
Frarxoke Arnoud
Flus: FERNANDEL In:
"Ali Boba And The 40 Thieves"
Comedy
R I O
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"THE SIXRET"
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Cinemascope and technicolor
Lott?ry Xight
Jam?s Stewart in:
"GLENN MILLER
STORY
Also
Jrif Chinidlcr in:
"Red Ball Express"
week end release
.. John Wayne Lana Turner in: ...
"THE SEA CHASE"
Search the seven seas you won't find
excitement like this...!
SHOWS: 1:15, 3:46, 6:17, f:5

Clorgy Dcbgsles
To Gussi Preach

the
the

Yeferens Inviled
To Join Legion

An invitation to all eligible vet

erans of the Atlantic Side living in

. Clergy delegates attending
5ft,h annual irn viwnl inn nf

KniseoDal Missionary Diocese of; Coco Solo. France Air Force Base,

the Panama Canal Zone today at! Coco Solito, Margarita and Cristo Cristo-the
the Cristo-the Cathedral of St. Luke, Ancon.jbal to Join the American Legion

r?:;

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Foi "outstanding performance latins" as librarian for Fort
Guiick from November 1954 to November 1955, Miss Virginia
Fleshor was recently presented a Department of the Army rat ratine
ine ratine of Outstanding in a' brief ceremony in the office of Col.
J. J Davis, Commandant of the U.S. Army Caribbean School.
Looking dn is Mrs. Hailie Moran, Staff Librarian, USARCARIB.
i-.Z .' (U.S. Army Photo)

OLLYJSf

MOVIES TV MAOtO
by Ersktat Johnson

HOLLYWOOD (NEAV Exclu Exclusively
sively Exclusively Yours'. Esther Williams said
it' TH DRY Tomorrow" and
he has. .,
Tne world's most famous mer mermaid
maid mermaid isn't even damp in U-I's "The
Gentle Web," her first "Look ma,
no pool" straight dramatic role
after stardom in 21 aqua-musicals
at MGM.
It't suspense and violence for
lithr inilnd tf BiyMrt and

mtlJi

will be guest preachers at the fol

lowing parishes and missions to tomorrow
morrow tomorrow the second Sunday before
Lent: ;' -'
11 a.m. Cathedral, the Ven. Arn Arnold
old Arnold C. Waldock.archdeacon of Ni Nicaragua,
caragua, Nicaragua, 7 p.m. the Ven. Edwin
C. Webster, archdeacon of West Western
ern Western Panama; 9 a.m., St. Paul's
Panama, the Rev 4 Francis M. Har

ris, Guacimo, C. r.; 7 p.m., tne War."

Post in Cristobal, was issued today

by Post Commander sieve ai.
Rainey.
The invitation is part of an ex extensive
tensive extensive membership drive aimed
to make the Cristobal Post the
larffpst in Central America.

""" r 1 r9 tha tmiin 0 ni

"Eligibility,"- stated Rainey is us
vnctitT.tPrf hi irtive miUtsrrv serv-'en clubs. The good b

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WHEN FREEDOM IS LOST IT'S
TRULY A DOG'S LIFE

Sam's disgusted. Sam is our big.

Eleclric Strike
End Is Hot -Seen

WASHINGTON, Feb. 4 (UP)-

ronstituted bv active military serv

ice at any time during World War
I. World War II or the Korean

black Labrador retriever who wati Federal Mediation Chief Joseph F

having a fine time. leading a dotf's' Finncgan said today no quick end
life until our town passed a ckyl. the 110-day Westinghouse Elcc Elcc-ordinance
ordinance Elcc-ordinance saying that any dog notjtric Corp. strike is in sight,
penned up, tied up, or at the end
of a leash wou'd be picked up and! Finnegan told reporters he still
taken to the city dog pound. j is trying, to establish a basis for
further bargaining between com com-The
The com-The ordinance was dreamed up pany and union regotiators who
and sold to the public bv members! wer summoned to Washington

01 me lown s numerous and active Wednesday

lit mis-

ttev. James acnaxfler, saa jo-

se, C. R.J 11 a.m. St. Andrews, to to-coii,
coii, to-coii, C.Z., the Ven. David B, Keed,
archdeacoh of Colombia; 7 a.m.
St. Peter's, La Boca, the Ven. Wm.
L. Ziadic, archdeacon of Limon,
C. R., 7:30 p.m. the Rev. F. M.
Harrison, Guacimo, C. R.; 7:30
a.m. St. Christophers, Rio Aba jo,
The Ven. E. C. Webster.

10 a.m. St. Simon s, Gamboa,

C. Z., the VenvWm. L. Ziadie, 7:30

p.m. tne itev. Heroen ii, aioore,
St. George's, Almirante. R. P.;
8 a.m., St. Alban's, Paraiso, C.Z.,
the Rev. Charles E. Davis. St.
James', Corn Island, Nic.; 7:30 a.
m. St. Mary's, Rainbow City, the
Rev. H. L. Moore, 7 p.m. The Ven,
David B. Reed; 8 a.m. Christ
Church, Colon, the Rev. Joseph A.
Wade, Siquirres, C. R., 7:30 the
Rev. Thomas C Schmidt, Bogota,
Colombia; 11 a.m., Our Saviour,
New Cristobal, R. P., the Rev. T.
C." Schmidt and 9:30 a.m. St.. Mar Margaret's,
garet's, Margaret's, Margarita, C. Z., the Rev.
T. C. Schmidt of St. Alban's, Bogo Bogota,
ta, Bogota, Colombia.
The Mass Missionary Service, 4
p.m., Balboa Stadium, will have
as the preacher; the Ven. Mainert
J. Peterson, Archdeacon of Colon.
The general public is invited to at attend
tend attend the services as scheduled for
Convocation Week.

Commander Rainey pointed out

that those who lien ud during the

current membership drive will be
able to participate in the Posts

dry season activities sucn as Bar Barbecues,
becues, Barbecues, carnivals, etc.

guided ladies seem to think that

their camellias, dahlias and roses
will have a better chance of erow erow-ing
ing erow-ing to prize-winning size if all the
dogs in town are put under restraint.

I don't know how the flowers are
doing but the dogs are a sad lot.
Our Sam, who with his dog tag

Tt.riT vrtorans mav s an upi"' J'u""8

i,tf in owl merrily on ms collar was once

11: Mm e first-class canine citizen, is sud

Old

clubhouse

by the flag pole, en the 8 e c 0 n d
Wednesday of the month of cont contact
act contact Commander Rainey at Navy

- nnnnann lT.i,.tn4a fcn1'vl

SKiO, Army oouooou, ju. -th tim. nf Hflv

Cristobal 3-1594,

Visiting Archdeacon
To Preach Sermon
At Gamboa Church

denly without any rights at all.

Gone is his right to take his
customary morning walk, calling

neighborhood friends to pass

The,' mediation boss met all
morning with Robert D. Blassier

Westinghouse Vice President in
charge of Industrial Relations
and his aides. Then, in the after afternoon,
noon, afternoon, he conferred with James B."
Carey, President of the Striking
AFL-CIO Electrical Workers U U-nion
nion U-nion and his aides.
Finnegan said he does not know
when he will bring both sides to together
gether together in a joint meeting or wheth whether
er whether the talks will continue over the
weekend.

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' Gone is his right to follow the
boy of the house and his friends
when they go down the street to:
play football, or to fish in a near nearby
by nearby pond.

Woodward Estate
Caiman Sentenced

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You don't have to go

hungry to keep your weight

in check. And here's NEA's
1956 diet to prove it three sensible,' square
'' meals a day adding up to 1400 calories.
It's seven days of diet menus planned 1
for you by Mrs. Dolores I. Elliott, consumer j
specialist for the National Dairy Council,
plus the personal stories of four TV stars
who keep their figures on a "Square Meal
Diet." It's yours exclusively starting

TOMORROW
IN
THE SUNDAY AMERICAN

Gone is his right to have the, NEW YORK, Feb. 4 (IT) The
front door opened for him anvi prowler woo was on the roof of
time he feels like going out in: the house in which Mrs. Anne
the yard to roll on the grass in the i Woodward accidentally killed her
sunshine, for he might stroll off 1 husband, millionaire sportsman

and run smack dan into the doeiWiliam woodward jr., last uci,

Caribbean's Staff
Works On Yearbook

Cristobal High School's Journal Journal-ism
ism Journal-ism class is hard at work on th

provision (for "Man With the!yea"book, Tha Caribbean, for 1955 1955-Golden
Golden 1955-Golden Arm") have bought or are! I358- The co-editors, Sue Pincus
more actively seeking to buy story! a"d Sally Norland, have a staff of
material based on n a r c 0 1 i c eleven of Cristobal's students. This

tnemes. The obvious presumption1 stari consists of Dons Pabon, Dbn

is inai ine code will be changed,

catcher.

Gone is his happy right to play
tag with the squirrel who for sev several
eral several years has been chattering

You can t catch me and then

30, was sentenced to 10 to 20 years
at hard laoor today.
t
Paul W. Wirlhs, a 23-year-old
West German national, had testi testified
fied testified at a Grand Jury inquiry into

at a convenient time."

Sign jn a Hollywood auto supply
house: "Wide-screen v windshield
wipers.'

Dept. of ntmt dropping

na Humphrey. Marv Jo Avcork

Lydia Smith, Pat Leach, Margaret
Leigh, Betty Fears, Joan Curtis,
Bob MacSparran, Jack Dougan and
Dick Home.
The yearbook work is divided

A n,w into various departments which

towtli. Sho playa. a young school-; Frtnch actress in town calls herare assigned to the members

The Ven. William L. Ziadie, arch archdeacon
deacon archdeacon of Puerto Limon, Costa
fcien will hp the nre'oher at the

choral Eurcharist of St. Simon's
v, u :n imKna tomorrow morn-

ing, starting 10:30.
At the beginning of the service

the Rev. John Spear, celebrant, racing gleefully from tree to treelthe death of the 3.r)-year-old owner
will install the following officer w,(n gam hot in pursuit. I of 'the racehorse Nashua that he
of the choir guild: W. Lawrence, what Sam and I want to know isiwas attempting to enter the. Wood Wood-president;
president; Wood-president; P. King, vice presid- wj,y the gardeners couldn't eniov1 ward home and had walked noisily
ent; Miss E. Wade, secretary: Miss their flowers and tolerantly let the across -a flat roof on the night
MB abb, treasurer and assistant! j0gs enjoy being dogs? i Woodward died,
organist; D. Josiah, director; Mrs

M. Richards, organist and assist- t it's a sad thing to see freedom! Mrs. Woodward, who was found ;

am oirecior snatched away in the name of, blameless by ine wana jury ibm
" - oroeress. It shouldn't haDDcnevenNov. 25. .testified she had .heard

For evensong at 7:30. the Rev.'i t0 4 dog. . Ia noise or saw a shadowy figure

wlich she mistook tor a prowim

Herbert L. Moore, deacon from
Western Panama, who was station stationed
ed stationed in Gamboa for a. short while
after his ordination, will preach
the sermon.
Church school will be held 3 p.m.
as usual.

SUSPICIOUS MAN

teacher who Is framod by a hign

school football hero-rapisr, and ox ox-copt
copt ox-copt for tht lack of bluo-tilod
pool, Esther boamod: : : ;
"I'm still the same kind of a girl
sunny and well-adjusted. I didn't
want a big change m character. I
just wanted to be dry. But first I
had to turn down all the scripts
about mermaids and (South Sea
Island pearl divers.
."Sure, I'll swim again. But only
for dramatic reasons. I read a
story- about a girl who has to
escape from a killer by swimming,
She has to swim faster than his
boat. That's what I mean by dra

matic reasons.'
Tho Witnoti' Producer to star
vhn had iust read his latest film

script : "How would you play th.j
role?" I
-Staf,;with a wince: "Under an,
assumed name." i

Not. in 'the Script: Zsa Zsa Ga Ga-bot
bot Ga-bot about her "new" personality:
"Always I made with the funny
jokes about men. But I never got
any; good roles. Now I don't make
any, jokes about men and ,1 get
good ;parts."
A-drive-in movie theater in San
Fernando valley marqueed it
"Grace Kelly in 'Mogambo'" fol following
lowing following her; engagement to Prince
Rainier. '-' -'
N mention of Clark Gablo or
Ava Gardner, who ntvar oxpactod
tho no-billing treatment when they
mado tht picture with a pretty,
unknown blondo. .-'
Dale Robertson will be offered
as a rodeo attraction this summer.
He has his career gunsights on a
movie and TV Western hero career
. Vanessa Brown is puzzled and
miffed over a report that she and
Janice Rule squared off in a hair hair-pulling
pulling hair-pulling contest. The gals haven't
seen each other since they were in
Broadway plays at the same time
a little over a year ago.

Ttrry Mooro is m New York, so

is her mom ana so is. ner nana nana-some
some nana-some millionaire mystery adorer.

There's more to this romance than

Terry has admitted, including a
trip to the Latin-American country
where he lives.
This it Hollywood, Mrs. Jonas:
Thoj doll who chauffeurs Gregory
Pock in station wagon ovory
morning to tho sot of "Tho Man
In tho Gray Flannel Suit" in his
now; brief, Voronique Passanl.

self Marions Garbot

Roberta Linn's singing act in includes
cludes includes a medley of tunes composed
by her late uncle, Al Dubin. Three
are all-time greats;" "Lullaby of
Broadway," "42nd Street" and "I
Only Have Eyes For You." Two
Dubin songs she passed upr' "He
Found a Bachelor Button In His
Black-Eyed Susan's Bed" and "If
Nobody In the World Don't Want
You, Go Back to the Old Folks at
Home." - v..

the staff and the Caribbean is ex

! pected the last week of May.

D ANBURY, Conn. (UP) -Walter
Kilcourse. jr.. suspected

of I something was wrong with his pay7

I check and returned it. It was for

$79,999,993.50,

Edgar Borgon on why he's' main-"
talnod art office in tho tamo build building
ing building for 11 years, something of a
record for permanency: "I can't
move. I own tho building."

Ey obrow-l if ting confession
about the film industry's refusal ot
give "The Man With the Golden
Arm" a seal of approval. It comes
from Martin Quigley, trade paper
publisher and- co-anthor of the film
censorship code. Says Ouij'.cy:
, "Some of the producers who
voted 'no' to amending the code

Emergency Request

By Ike Is Snubbed
WASHINGTON, Feb., 4 (UP1 -The
House Appropriations commit committee
tee committee today rejected President Ei Eisenhower's
senhower's Eisenhower's emergency request for
$3 million in new funds for flood
control projects in the northeast:
It approved $2,155,000 for 14
other projects but insisted that the
money come from unused funds.
It also voted $25 million to re replenish
plenish replenish the- President' -Z special
disaster fund and $31.6 million to
reimburse the Army engineers for
money spent on the devastating
northeast floods.
The committee took the action
in approving an "urgent defi deficiency"
ciency" deficiency" appropriations bill provid providing
ing providing $61.5 million for the Ar Army
my Army engineers, the Veterans Admin Administration
istration Administration and the District of Colum Columbia.
bia. Columbia. The President had requested
$64.5 million.
The $3 million eliminated by the
committee included funds for sev seven
en seven flood control projects in Ver Vermont
mont Vermont and two others at Allentown,
Pa., and Bethlehem, Pa. The com committee
mittee committee said the Pennsylvania pro

jects, depend on another project,

that hasn't been started yet. ;

Victor Borge
Hands Out Jokes
Along With Cigars
WATERBURY Conn.. Feb. 4
(UP) Victor Borge, the pian pian-playing
playing pian-playing comedian, passed out cig cigars
ars cigars as well as Jokes today. His
wife, Sanna, gave birth yesterday
to a girl in Waterburv HosDital

ms"the"eoupie,r'scc6nd -child: t

Horge has one child by a previous
marriage. His wife has two hv

former marriage.

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minate-

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Insist on
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to assure
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standing in the door 01 ner
band's' bedroom.

hus-

Hey Look!
7 Days Till
FIREMEN'S
BALL
RESERVATIONS
BALBOA 2392

THE SAVINGS BANK
Institution Guaranteed by the State
Pays 2 Interest Annually on Savings Accounts
INITIAL DEPOSIT $5.00
.We make loans with guarantees on first mortages
or other securities.
25c. 50c. $1.00 and $5.09
CHRISTMAS SAVINGS
deposits are accepted thru a period
of 48 weeks.
- tndividuat safety deposit boxes, for jewelry and
documents, in 4 different sixes.

OFFCE IN PANAMA:
109 Central Ava. at
corner of "1" Street

Q. A. De ROUX,
Manure.

COLON BRANCH:
Front St. at corner
ef 7th St
CARLOS MOUYNES V.,
Sab-Manager.

HOURS

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How to make the
BEST

SANDWICHES r

vou over ato! ii

Flavor your sandwiches with
French's- and taste the differ difference!
ence! difference! Blends betteravors better
it's doubly good because it's
doube-crtomedf
Spread French's right on sliced
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THE PAMMA AMERICAN AN INDtPENPENT TAfil NEWSFAf f 2
satvrdat, ri r.nuAr.T a. in
Til
fj
4fl
m
ill inrndi
iiir mere iL
Improved Belle Ford
' ,
To Show Wares Again
tditor: CONRADO SARGEANT
-V-

f AGE EIGHT

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By DAVE CONSTABLE
Pretty American girl bullfighter Bette Ford ar arrived
rived arrived here from Mexico City yesterday for her ap appearance
pearance appearance tomorrow at La Macarena bullring in com competition
petition competition with Mexican boy matador Manolo Marquez.
,Not the least jaded after her flight from Mexi Mexico
co Mexico City, the former New York model said she hoped
to bo as successful tomorrow as she was during her
first appearance at La Macarena last January.
, Accompanied by her manager, she was met at
Tocumen airport by Alberto. Kelso, Panama bullring
impresario. "' : --

Miss Ford has Rained a HeKree!

of fame ana popularity
Spanish and American aficiona aficionado,
do, aficionado, she is particularly noted,

for 'her skill with the sword and
her nimble footwork.
ch. o;tii h mfttchine her bull

fighting "know-how" against
Marquez, the young matador
who last Sunday finished off

four bulls (getting an ear for
th wnTid nnel when the veter-

wstrdda failed to flick

hi. rane at the right moment

nnd was pored in his right thigh

by a bull he had brought In too,

close to his body.

This occurred after Estrada
had opened the corrida with
some fancv passes of the cape

and was Just about to ready the

bu 1 for the Kill

Estrada Is still In Santo Tomas,
Hosnltal and will probably be

out of action lor at .least three

months.

Tomorrow's bullfights will get

underway at 4 p.m. with some
of th,e. local aficionados and
Zonians rooting for Bette to
outdo Marquevwho has gained
many supporters since his first

appearance at, La Macarena a

IBC To AFL-C!0!
Step Is Planned

A Chicago attorney says the
international Boxing Guild may
enter the AFL-CIO.
Leo Miller says he) will meet;
with Chicago Boxing Guild pres-i
ldent Jack Kearns on Sundav to
discuss the possible entry. Says
Miller "Before we apply fnr a
charter, many, many details
must be worked out."
Miller also proposes that the
group have a commissioner to
oversee boxing just as in base baseball.
ball. baseball.

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BALBOA HIGH SWIMMING TEAM The BHS swimming team,
coached by John Pettmgill, will participate in the junior and
senior events of the fourth annual Gamboa Civic Council Swim

Meet Feb. 22. The races are scheduled to get underway at
3 p.m. Swimmers should their entry blanks mailed or sent to
the Gamboa Pool by Feb. 15.

Second ranked featherweight
contender Carmelo Costa wll
meet lightweight Baby Vasquez
at Madison Square Garden on

iwarcn second, vasquez has a a-greed
greed a-greed to scale no more than 132

pounds for the bout.

lew weess ago.
Both bullfighters
two bulls.

will fight

PROMISING FUTURE

Chapel Hill, N.C. (NEA) There
are only four seniors on the now.

erful University of North Carolina
basketball team and only two are

starters.

ATLANTA LITJLE LEAGUE
Januarv' is!' the Police Pals

Vs Pirates were rained out, as i find Hytinen was Drohan.
was the same between Coco So- The score:

lo Braves and Coco Cola., These Braves

College Cage
Scores

(Thursday Night)
EAST
Cincinnati 93, St. Johns (Bkn.)
78
Manhattan 82. NYU 70

Morehead (Ky.)' 108, Marshall

103
West Va. Tech 108, Salem (W.
Va.) 82

Rider 98, Cony 68
Middlebury 57, Norwich 41
Quantico Marines 95, Iona 78

Clarion 77, Alliance (Pa.) 67
Fairfield 80, Merrimack 71

Brockport (N.Y.) 84, Buffalo
Tchrs 68
Beckley 103, Concord (W.Va.) 88
Stonehill 101, Suffolk 85

Pratt 74, N.Y. State Maritime

San Francisco, St. Francis
Keep Unbeaten Slates Clean

By TIM MORIARTY

visit 11th ranked

I Carolina

Duke.
NEW YORK. Feb. 4 (UP) Dayton (No. 2) visits T.ovola

The San Francisco Dons and the (La.), North Carolina State (No.

58

SOUTH

12 men. In the 4 Innings he had I

to pitch, Ten' were cfclrecj bVake Forest 84, Virginia 67

siriKe outs ana tne oniv one toii.,ouisvnie 93, Toieoo 64

games will be made up during
the open weelt wltn tne Pals
playing the Pirates on the first
day and the Braves meeting
Coco Cola on the second day.

' Attendance has been good so
far. Keep up the good work and
keep the stands at Margarita
filled, it shows the boys on the
playing field that people enjoy
io see them play ball because
the people in the stands know
that wi nor lose the boys are
learning fair play and true
sportsmanship.
January 30 the Coco Solo
Braves went against the Pirates
with the weather still trying to
claim another game. However, it
let up enough for the boys to get
3 V?. innings to. make It a legal
game. The ground in places was
very damp. Both sides, however,
played heads up ball.
The pirates gave up 8 hits and
made only three errors which
was great considering the
ground was wet. The Braves now
have four games without an er error.
ror. error. J. Rlccio had 2 for 3 to pace
the Braves.
On-the mound for the Braves
was R. Hytinen who only faced

Thomas rf

Rlccio c ..
Lutz lb .

Hytinen p
McFarlin ss
Pate 2b
Broom 3b

Messimer If

Ab
2
3
3
2
2
2

2
0

Gauthler cf 0

Gauthler cf

Peters (2) ss
Reid (2) 2b .,
Gasklll (2) 3b
Croswer (2) If
Raves! (2) cf

Pirates

Alberga 3b 2
Chin If ................ 2

21 12 8

Miami (Fla.) 77, Xavier (O.) 75
Miss Colletre 107. TamDa 87

II i Hampton 53, Lincoln (Pa.) 43.

0 Potomac State 84, Frostburg

l (Md.) 60.
1 Centre 92, Berea 71
1 Shaw (N.C.) 81, Blucfield (W.
lj Va.) 66
lCipscomb 76, Middle Tenn' 75,
0 IE, Carolina 94, Atlantic Chris Chris-0
0 Chris-0 tian 77

u Linocln Memorial 81, Austin
0 Peay 61
O.Tusculum 64, Chattanooga 58

Ui .Savannah stnto 1 alharn, of to

Bcllarmlne 86, Kentucky St. 77
Christian Brothers 66, Bethel 61
Georgetown (Ky.) 2, Transylva Transylvania
nia Transylvania 0

uronan p
Green ss
Hushfeld. lb ..
Hilty cf ......
Scheideeir 2b
Christopher rf
Hulke c . . .

MIDWEST

12 0 0

Extra bases Lutz, HVtlnen,
raves. Hit bv pitch Croswer,
Graves.- Winning pitcher Hy Hytinen.
tinen. Hytinen. Loser Drohan.

";St. Louis 90, Wichita 88
"iWhaton 73, Almhurst 62
"iWooster 85, Ashland 75
"Lake Forest 62, Depauw 53
'iTn-State (ind.) 75, Benton Har Har-l
l Har-l bor 72

Dubuque
55.

Rio Grande
88

tSUNDAY, FEB; S
4rl5 p.m.

At LA MACARENA

v: ""v- 'A mm KCT ',
A BRAVE MEXICAN BULLS &

' BRAVE MEXICAN BULLS
; PRESENTATION OF
BETTE FORD
(AMERICAN MATADOR)
and
' FAREWELL OF
" MANOLO MARQUEZ

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.. 4 00 2nd and 3rd Row '" 2SO
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57, Platteville (Wis.)

(Ohio) 97, Denison

Calvin 76, Ferris 72
leyBnee!Neb') 67' Nebraska Wes-
Detroit Tech 112, Northern Mich.
oo -
Aucsburg 96, Concordia (Minn.)
Blackburn 81,- Concordia 69
Minot no, Valley pity 90
SOUTHWEST

West Texas
(Temne) 93

Panli'dle A and M 74,:Ariz

rfn-l" si??mons Midwestern,
PPd. weather.

100, Ariz, st.

St,

FAR WEST
Adams (Colo.) state 80,

F0ianL U' 82' st- Martins
(Wash.) 63.

Colo.

Pro1 Cage Scores

THURSDAY'S RESULTS
St. Louis 98, Fort Wayne 90
Boston 102, Minneapolis 101
Philadelphia 88, New York 87
Syracuse 97, Rochester 80.

bt. Francis (N.Y.) Terriers are

separated by 3,171 miles of this
nation's landscape, but they
were one notch closer todav to
their mutual targets an un.
beaten season.
The tall and talented. Dons
stretched their major f college
record for consecutive victories
to 42 last night by spanking Loy Loyola
ola Loyola of Los Angeles, 68-46, and St.
Francis raced to a 99-75 triumph
over Creighton University to
keep pace with the Dons as col college
lege college basketball's only perfect perfect-record
record perfect-record teams, it was the Ter Terriers'
riers' Terriers' 15th straight victory
.A crowd of 5,000 fans at San
Francisco watched the top top-ranked
ranked top-ranked Dons rack up 12 points
nefore Loyola scored Its first
ifcld goaL All-America renter
Bill Russell netted 14 of his 16
po nts in the first half to pace
the Dons to ,35-22 half time
lead. :

When San Francisco increased
its margin to 49-25 early In the
second half, coach phll Woolpert

jwiku.uu regulars ana substi
tuted freely thereafter

St. Francis, meanwhile, tied a

oijuuui recora ior consecutive

viuwues m racKing up road-

wca,iv i-ragnion. ine Invading

vuum umana reu be

,v Uie ouiset and never
time UP' traJlln,? 51"31 at 'half-

Don Manniv. tahhofi nv,

ii i,yncn as ..my Dest de

Z1S1!L? 1 PFved. he's lust

r," u" ouense dv leading

. wmi Points.

7u I"C1S,. (Pa- Posted Its

f"" ;uiecuuve victory on its
Time c?urt walloping Boston
University, 84-65. Frank Puscha Puscha-ver
ver Puscha-ver paced the winners with 25

4 Ui X3.U. Wlin 13.

J ly crne,11' Pal Furlong
and Jim Kaplan all reached
t iZ,?iria figure Pac Pacing
ing Pacing TOam and Mary to an
85-75 Southern Conference
victory over Davidson, and
Wake Forest turned back
SS0"' 128'87' dePe a 35 35-Point
Point 35-Point performance by Tinr
forward Vince vmrk.i er

a W ?' Layette rolled to
annl."68trlum?h over St, Jo-
SWi hiWnKdowned Harvard,
61-51 1 Muhlenbero- fniinm

ts upset victory over previoii

tuui r. nn'ZA a01 Cross bat-17-
overtime victory
over Niagara; Bob Blake'sfield
BOBl earned California 65-63
tlmT'UtriumPn over Oregon
wm?;62 a, ast-second basket by
Willie Naulls; Oregon posted a
nfl5 ,vlctorV over Southern ca ca-lifornia;
lifornia; ca-lifornia; ; Wyoming walloped
M,ntana 93-69 and Brlgham
Young defeated New Mexico, a
ranked Illinois are the onlv
member, of the United Press
T I ton'eht. I 0To
Sram, eightji rankeri vwk

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Tocov ... Fnconfo .35 .20
Double in Cinemascope!
James Cagney in
"LOVE ME OR LEAVE ME"
Anne Baxter in
'BEDEVILLED"
Today IDEAL .20 .10
Jack Carson in
"MR. UNIVERSE"
Dennis O'Keefe in
"CHRISTMAS CAROL"

4) entertains elemson. Vander-

bilt (No. 5) Is at Georgia; Louis.

ville (No. 61 visits Kentucky tained Indiana,

Wesleyan, Temple (No. 7) playsi

at St. Francis (Pa.), Kentucky i
(No. 9) is at Auburn, and S.M.U.
(No, 10) visits Arkansas.
In a nationally-televised aft

ernoon game, Ohio state enter-

PANAMA PRO LEAGUE

Teams Teams-Spur
Spur Teams-Spur Cola .;.
Chesterfield.
Carta Vieja

Won Lost

i . ..,

20
17
12

13
14
22

Pet.
.60S
.548
.233

TONIGHT'S GAMES -2- (Olympic Stadium)
Carta Vieja (Monahan 3-4 and Stempel 0-4) vs.
Chesterfield (Burnette 3-2 and Grimsley 4-2 1
, or Hughes 0-1) -.A;
Game Time: 6 o'clock
LAST NIGHT'S RESULTS-2-(01ympic Stadium)
Spur Cola 3-7, Carta Vieja 1-4
.
Carta Vieja To Play
Final 2 Games Tonight
Against Chesterfield

Stan the Man

First Game

Carta Vieja

Wiinelm, ss 4

Porter, If 3
Phillips, rf 2

Dickens, cf ...... i

Ab R H Po

Hockenbury, 2b

Glamp, 3b
Dabek, c .......

Kubski, lb
Harris, p

a-snantz

2
0
0
0
1
0
0
1
1
0

Hectic Hedor

Second Game

26 1 6 18 7
a-Shantz rolled out for Harris

in 7tn.

Carta Vieja

Wllhelm, ss ..... 5
Shantz, c 5

Ab R H Po

Porter, If

Dickens, cf
Phillips, rf
Hockenbury,
Glamp, 3b

Dabek, lb

untie, p
a-Harrls

Hispins, p
Kubski ..

2b

0
0
0

Spur Cola

Gordon, lb ...... 3

Charles, 3D 2

Uienn, ci 3'
Lopez, 2b 3
KeUman, c ...... 3
Moore, ss 3
Grenala, If ...... 1
P. Osorio, rf ..... 2
Artnurs, p ....... 2

a-Harris
6th.

35 4 8 24 11
singled for Unke in

1'

Spur Cola
fJnrrlnn 1k A.

Charles', 3b 3
" Glenn, cf ........ 4
U T nnan Ok A

"iKellm'an, c'.!!!!. 4 0
i Moore, ss ......... 4 0

"iGrenald, If 3 0
JJ' P. Osorio, rf ..... 3 0

Tugerson, p ..... 3 0

22 3 6 21 7

Score By Innings

Carta Vieja
Spur Cola

000 100 01
010 101 X 3

10
1
2
3'
3'
4
2
2
0

32 7 H 27 11

By J.J. HARRISON JR.
The Carta Vieja Yankees play
their last two games of the sea
son tonight In a doubleheader
with the Chesterfield Smokers
at the Olympic Stadium.
Last night the Spur Cola So So-damen
damen So-damen crept nearer to the 1955 1955-56
56 1955-56 Pro League championship by
taking both ends of a twin bill
from the Yankees, 3 to 1 and 7
to 4. :
Sodamen lnflelder Hector Lo Lopez
pez Lopez hit his 11th and 12th homers
of the season in the second game
to establish a league record. The
former mark of 10 had been held
by Quincy Barbee.
The Smokers enfter tonight's
games facing the task -of having
to win all their remaining games
in order to win the nennant.

Chesterfield is. now two games

Denind spur cola. If the Smok Smokers
ers Smokers take both of tonight's con contests,
tests, contests, they will be only one game
behind. And if they sweep their
doubleheader engagement with
Spur Cola Monday, they take a
one-game lead.
Such a situation would de demand
mand demand the playing of Tuesday's
rained-out (tame which if won
by Spur Cola would end the
regular season In a deadlock
and call for a sudden-death
playoff to decide the cham championship.
pionship. championship. Smoker manager Joe Nachlo
said this morning he would send

waily Burnette (3-2) to the

mound In the first game and
Ross Grimsley (4-2) or Tommy
Hughes (0-1) in the second. Har-

ta Vieja pilot Al Kubski has as

Summary ErVors: Glamp,

' Score By Innings '"
Carta Vieja 301 000 0004 .8

Spur Cola 200 130 10x-7 11 0 signed Ed Monahan (3-4) for the
Summary RBI's: Phillips lidlif ter and Cookie Stempel (0-

iiyvKvimuij v, uupa u, me ai Leruiece.

Gordon. Earned runs: Spur o

Moore. RBI's: Grenala 2, Giamp,' 7( Carta vjeja 4; Two base
Keuman., Earned Runs: Spurihits: Moore. Home runs: Lopez

Cola 3. Two Base Hits: Harris ;2) Gordon. Doubleplays: Moore,'

name jttuns: ureuaia. uouoic-lLopez, Gordon. Stolen base:
plays: Wilhelm, H 0 ckenburyJDickens, Moore. Sacrifice hits:
Kubski. Sacrifice hits: Glamp, I orenald. Hit batters: Tugerson'

Grenaiu. strucK oui Dy: Harris ,m0ckenburv). Struck out bv:

1, Arthurs.. 3. Bases on balls off:

Arthurs 1, Harris 1. Left on
base: carta Vieja 6, Spur Cpla
3. Winning pitcher: Arthurs (3 (3-2).
2). (3-2). Losing pitcher: Harris (4-5).
Umpires: Thornton, Cop pin,
Williamson. Time of Game: 1:-37.

Unke 3, Higglns 3, Tugerson 1.
Bases on balls off: Unke 1, Tu

gerson 3. Pitchers' record: JJhke

6 runs, 8 hits In 5 Innings. Win Winning
ning Winning pitcher Tugerson (6-3).
Losing pitcher, Unke (1-3). Urn Urn-pires:
pires: Urn-pires: Williamson, cop pin,
Thornton. Time of game: 2:10.

Atlantic Teenage League

- 0

STANDINGS

Teams

CP.0 5
Bulck 2.
Motta ................. 2
MRA. ......v......... 0

Won Lost

1
1

THURSDAY'S GAME

Playing

and taking

Pro Cage Standings

Eastern Div'sion
W I
Philadelphia 30 17
Boston 27 21
New York ......... 24 23
Syracuse 21 26

Western Division

'ort Wayne ........ 26
Minneapolis ....... 21
St. Louis 19
Rochester 21

19
28
26
29

Pet.
.638
.563
.511
.447

.578
.429
.422
.420

RECORD PURSES f
. Inglewood, Calif. (NEA) -l A
world record of $3,2G9,53 for total
stakes and purses will be set by
Hollywood Park, May 11-July 25.

good defensive ball

advantage or every

break, C.P.O. climbed into first

place in the Atlantic Teen-age
League with a 6 to 3 victory "over

buick Tnursday afternoon.
The-combined efforts of Trim'

ble and Bowers held CP.O. to
one hit which McGraw got In

the fifth but free passes and er

rors, plus the fact that Favorite

auowed only three, hits, soelled

defeat for Mike Greene's Buick

team..
Errors also caused C.P.O. plen plenty
ty plenty of trouble during the game
but the Navy boys came through
with three double plays to keep
Buick from causing too much
damage.
Trimble collected the only ex extra
tra extra base hit In the game, a dou double
ble double in the sixth that scored ont
of-4heiprunswhile- McGraw's
line single Into left field ac
counted for the two runs CP.O
chalked up in the fourth.

Favorite went the rbute for

the winners with Trimble being

replaced by Bowers going
the sixth.

into

The box score:

CP.O.

Houser rf
Ambrose If .....
Eberenz 3b .....
McGraw lb .....
Crawford c .....
Favorite p .....
Wilmouth 2b ...
Murry cf ...

uird ss

Ab
. 2
, 3
, 3
, 4
, 3
4
. 1
. 2
. 2

H Po
0 0

0
2
10
3
0
4
0
2

five righthander Stanley Ar Ar-thurs
thurs Ar-thurs and a second inn'nr
homer by Reinaldo Grenald
with the bases empty were the
features in Spur Cola's 3 to 1
win in last night's opener.
Arthurs, who has been used
as a starter only three times this
season, notched his second

straight win to make his record

3-2.,.- ,v.,..

Apart from the fourth frame
in which the losers got their
only tally, Arthurs was In seri serious
ous serious trouble only once, in the

fifth,-when losing pitcher Blllyi

Harris led off with a double and

reached third on Spider .Wit

helm's single.. With runners on

first and third and none out Ar

thurs bore down and made Dan

Porter dod to short, caused Ed

die Phillips to fly out to left and
then struck out Glpp Dickens,

leaving the runners stranded. -Consecutive
silnr leg bv Leon

Kellman and Clarence Moore
and a sacrifice fly by Grenald
produced the second run in
tbe fourth. An inf'eld hit by

Herman Charles, John Glenn't
single, a sacrifice fly by Lopei
and Kellman's safety brought
in the third run in the sixth

inning.
The lone Yankee run came In
on singles bv Dickens and Bill

Hockenbury and Corky Glamp-'i

uv ro center.
Harris went all the way to
drop his fifth, decision aeainxt

four victories.

M I I. X W

the whole show. After tha
Yankees jumped on Jim Tu-
gerson for three runs n the
first inning, the Kansas City t
Athletics infielder hit his first

uuuicr ui vac contest a two two-run
run two-run smash over the right right-field
field right-field fence to brlnf Spur Col

......... m mi, vl ijaug in
SCOre. In th hnitnm

rVhm In.... i-U l JM

in the third to take a 4 to 2 lead
and spur Cola made the icoro
4 to 3 by picking up a single tal tal-ly
ly tal-ly in the fourth.
Lopez' second roundtrlpper
board in the fifth put the soda,
men out front ttni ft. v,

Tugerson coasted easllv t. h.

backs &last
0,H"jd Gordon also contrlbut contrlbut-ed
ed contrlbut-ed with a fourbagger in tha
gSh for the fln run S!
Russia Dcfcafs
US 4-0 !a Hockey
To Take Over Lead
CORTINA, Italy The Rus.
slan Olympic hockey team has
defeated the United States, 4-0,
to take the undisputed lead In
the round robin championship
tourney. ....
It is the first defeat in tht
championship ; round for 4 the
United states, and drops the
Americans into a tie with Can.
ada for second place. Russia now
has won all four of its games
and can win the gold medal by
defeating Canada today.
However, the tournament could
wind up in a three-way tie if tho
winner then would be decided
on the basis of the best goal av average.
erage. average. The United States put up a
terrific battle yesterday, hut
weakened in the final period.
Russia got its first goal fate in
the second period, with the aid
of a questionable penalty.Tho
Russians cinched Ft late in the
third period, when they slam slammed
med slammed in twv ogoals iwthln five
seconds, then scored their final
roi less than two minutes later-

Tota's 24 8 1 21 10
Buick

win, w. rf ...... 4
Will, J. cf-lf ..... 3
Pernlgotti ss ..... 1
Trimble p-cf 3
Palumbo c 3
Donahue 3b ..... 3
Sanders lb 3
Hanna If 2

Monana 2b ..... 3
Bowers p 0

0
1
1
i
0
0
0
0

0
0

Totals

25 3 2 21 7

Summary; Base on balls off:
Favorite 3, Trimble 6, Bowers 2.
struck out by: Favorite 3, Trim Trimble
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Oiestad win the New York State championship here with leaps of
149 and 143 feet. He came from Norway less than a year ago.

by
JOE WILLIAMS

By JIMMY BRESLIN
NEW YORK (NEA) Toncy'

Betts, the sportswriter, walks into

his office these days and hits the

baseball writers immediately.

"Who 'inked a pact' today?"

Toney asks. "I simply MUST
know."

This is in undisguised barb at

the silly season in sports. Major
league teams breathlessly tell the
public, these days, that they have

iust corraled another of their stars.

The inference is, of course, that
they expected some trouble sign-

ine him but he succumbed to a

$35,000 offer. What the guy would

do for a living if be refused to sign

is not discussed.

Thereare. however, a lew vana

onestions which can be asKea oi

sports at this time and this is a
good spot to investigate them.

WILL Leo Durochor bo back In

baseball this season?

You can get in trouble witn mis,

because you are dealing with a
friend rf nearlv everybody. That

would be Charley u r l m m, oi

course. But the matter seems too

olAar tn ienore. Charley starts this

season with Milwaukee on a hot

He has an exciting club on pap paper
er paper and it is in an exciting town.
Rut the Braves' finishes have

VtAnn .Hull : .. .i

if th start isn't good, the

chances are excellent that Leo
nnropher will be the Milwaukee

manager before the season even

eru half-way through," one maj

or league club official said recent
iy.

" Att mvnoiTff npwshnund. bounced

brlsklv?nF to report Slit both Juto Helf and (boxing and
George Monaghan "trotting) are being tailored for s ate su su-?reme
?reme su-?reme jSurt justice robes, delivery to be made the all
thrpp nvin board with a salaried chairman is to reP.iacej
nir (flats) commission w also get a paid chairman. me
&SSSi a dozen or so years ago.
'The Yankees, now that'they are "k J '"
tfon tSmak more liberal terms because the presence of the
otoblu GUntHs
heretofore, the bits was much too deep to make the Stadium
attractive to college itinerants. f Army-Notre D Tor emple,
paid $35,000 for one day s rental, and didn t get j a thm dime
out of the lucrative concessions, programs i and parking. Army
iVth, closest thlni weiave to a home team, and it would seem
JoodtteVonfhrpart of the Yankees t6 try sho hem
in- the Stadium as often as possible, v. and In this inaunce,
"good business" would mean leaving the Cadets at least wtin
enough snraU change to getback home.
TNrTriFNTAIXY CAPT. DOC Blanchard oi the famed B.
inASS& S leaVlng West Point to coach else else-there
there else-there as been T reported. Young men who get their Joot Joot-fflft
fflft Joot-fflft ainlftg under Red Blaik are W
the country? and while this is clearly a splendid tribute to the
Armv maestro, it is also something of a headache. Of the 55
sfl Paul Amen has already gone on to a head coaching Job,
anf eS Crwde?, Who he Jed with tb UhteMg
Oklahoma, where he played under Bud WllKinson. capi.
Blanchard turned down three offers. . one from his h cousin,
Jim Tatum, who had shifted from Maryland to North Caro Caro-lina.
lina. Caro-lina. . to remain at The Pointy
Jim Farley Jr. may be named to fill the existing vacancy
on the boxing commission. Hispop went from
maker (it seems to be generally agreed he .put FDR hv the
White House). Big wheels of the business and academic worlds
assembled for a black-tie wingding ; at the Union Club
to discuss "the contribution of football to education. II thats
all there Was to the program It wouldn't take very long, for fortunately,
tunately, fortunately, it isn't. Neither the purpose nor the people involved
are as pompous as the designation implies.
AS "FORECAST In this space last week, the golf fathers
took official action against the betting pools. In the future,
amateurs-who participate .will .risk disfranchisement.... Still, if
the rule is to have meaning, it must be supported by regional
associations and individual clubs. There is some optimism by
the parent body that it will be. The golf chiseler, of course,
doesn't care whether he's banned from the National Amateur,
as long as he can still play in the many pro-ams and member
guest competitions where the rich Calcuttas are an open invita invitation
tion invitation to larceny. . and the phony handicap.
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Things are going so poorly with all those xillionaires who
promised to build us a dream track, next thing you know we'll
probably be asked to take up a collection for them. It isn't
fair, however, to say they haven't spent any money at ail. You
can tell by the way heads are beginning to roll that they
bought a new. ax. Any day now, you'll be reading that Alex
Robb has been dropped by Belmont and, much more surpris surprising,
ing, surprising, that F. Sklddy Von Stade, of 'The" Von Stades, has been
given the boot by dear old tradition drenched Saratoga, his suc successor
cessor successor to be Ed Kilroe of the lower case Kilroes.

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Leo the Lip,' whose ballyhooed
move into the whirl of Hollywood
telpvisinn has been something of

a flop so far, is strictly a base baseball
ball baseball guy, we now find. His talent
f,.r uhnumanshiD is fine when it

is a hobby-type affair of a big big-name
name big-name baseball man. But as a pro,
it just isn't there.
FrH Hanev. the ex-Pirate mah'

ager, is on the Milwaukee scene
as a coach. But he is a long-shot
here. If Milwaukee has a slow
start, Charley Grimm, the guy ev everybody
erybody everybody likes, will once more find
out baseball is a business. ;
And, scream "no" all he wants
to, we make Durocher a cinch to
be offered and accept the

spot, y:.;' : ; :;

WILL Bon Hogai) play In Iho
n.u.j cia Dam laain?

It was a tired Ben Hogan who
announced, at San ftci.jJ
year, that he never wou d put bard

work mto ms gou '" ti.
, nt von now hear that Hogan

has taken a month's Reservation
at Palm Beach, Fla. li you follow-
golf, you know that each
year lie grim-faced Master does
.u. .oma mav. A monin OI

hard work on his mat
Beach, a run through the Semi Semi-Prn.
Prn. Semi-Prn. Amateur. March 19-20,

then on to Augusta and the Mas

After that, the finishing touches
ki. oame and a shot at the

big one.
i rhanee a man's view

point. And as for Hogan playing
...;.ui. umrUine hard and

looking to .wto aU-weU that

like the mmi giving

He'll be in the upen.

will Rocky Marciano and Ray
mZzZL H.f.nd their titles on tho

west coast this, spring

match with Bobo Olson for the
coast," Ernie Braca i one oi Rob Rob-manacrers.
manacrers. Rob-manacrers. says, sugar

HnpVn't want San Francisco, at
t hp Tis Angeles.

H .u. ,,,,! AY.

The heavyweigni i-.k

Bob uaKer-iuiiuuj ------- : ,
in either Chicago or Los Angeles.
At any rate, Marciano is to begin
training for somebody.
- By the way, who did ink a pact
today?
Uashua Needs
Secretary To
Handle Mail

CHANCE OF FACE lohnny Sullivan, right, of England con con-"teiW
"teiW con-"teiW Tony Johnaort'nlne "poundrandTearTanged-the- heme--grown
light-heavyweight's facial features winning a split 10 10-rminH
rminH 10-rminH decision at New York's St. Nicholas Arena.

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in on one of our coming boxing
greats, not by trying to intimi intimidate
date intimidate his manager, who doesn't
scare easy, but bv threatening the
aneel who bankrolls him...
Tho USLTA, putting up a hofty
wag, is getting togethtr with tho
nation's tennis suppliers this

torina to nrnmnf '.'

popularity...;. Motto: "Tonnls, the'

m or o urotimo." ...
Two years ago Walt Alston,
Sport s Man of the Year, was in introduced
troduced introduced to the New York

Sten"gel when' the. Yankee man-'

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here was a smart fellow and I

might learn somrtliin? AnH vnti

know, when the so-and-so got
through I'll be darned if I could

remember one thing he said." ...

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Nothing Can Stop St. Francis
Once The Mails Get Through

By JIMMY BRESLIN I
NEW YORK (NEA) Danny
Lynch, whose St. Francis College
team has moved from nowhere to
become a nationally-ranked basket basketball
ball basketball sower this season, has a good

Explanation for it.

"We stayed away from sched scheduling
uling scheduling games during the Christmas
holidays this year," Danny says.
"We always used to get clobbered
around then and I finally figured
it out. Our boys work as extra
mailmen during the Christmas
rush. They start at eight in the

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Jake Miniz Still
Coining Phrases

PITTSBURGH (NEA) Jake

Mintz may have stepped out of the
managerial spotlight when Ezzard
Charles started downhill, but the
master of garbled words still can
come through. V v
icVmI ahout an iniurv to nis

fighter, Will Greaves, after about

at Duquesne uaroens,
tered: "He hurt his left wrist a-
bove the elbow."

Danny Lynch Al Innlss

HIALEAH, Fla. (NEA) -"You'd

think, Sunny. Jim Fitzsimmons

was saying, that he was a movie

star or something."
Tha nlrt IrainAi lira a tallrinf

bout Nashua and in his hand was

a fistful of letters addressed:
"Nashua, Hialeah Race Course."
Since the million-dollar-plus horse
reached this track, over 30 letters

have come to .the Spendthrift
Farms stable here, requesting pic pictures
tures pictures of the horse. .
Visitors to Florida constantly

ask if they would be allowed to

see the four-year-old in the flesh,
"This is right up his alley." Mr.

Fitz says. "I. always said he was
an Irish playboy and he loves all
tViio ntfantinn

" Nashua's ownefTXcsTlgmbCT

would De nappier, nowever, u

the bis guy could take it all in

the $100,000 Widcner Handicap,

morning and work as much as 12
and 13 hours a day. We'd have a
game and they'd show up hardly
able to walk."

The result was an undefeated

recora tnrougn the first 12 games.
Watching tho mails probably

was the Best move Lynch made

so tar. For utile St. Francis, a
day college in Brooklyn with an

enrollment oi 535, is not a place
where athletes ot anvbodv else

for that matter can afford tn

take it easy.- ? v-

As a basketball cower, it is the

strangest bit of the SDorts world

that has been uncovered this sea

son A scholarship at St. Francis
entitles an athlete to attend class

es, get a few books and his sub-i
way carfare to and from games.

ine training table consists of

a meal in the school cafeteria or

a sandwich at a corner drugstore

or any place else the ballplayer

cares to eat. He's faying, you see.
The team Lynch has turned in into
to into a power is in keeping with the
rest of the picture. It is a collec collection
tion collection of high school substitutes,
kids other college scouts missed
and a couple. who never played

Irony dtpt: a half-year before
San Francisco ombarkod on tho

oil-time basketball winning strtak,

voacn rmi Woolport was in dang danger
er danger of getting fired... because of a
so-so SI season ....
.Slip this one in your future file:
the first five colle?ianx to he draft.

ed by the basketball pros will be
Bill Russell of USF, Duqucsnc's
Sihugo Green, Holy Cross' Tom
lieinsohn, NC State's Ron Shaviik
and UCLA's Willie Naulls...,.
Can this bo a tip-off on George
Mikan's status as a Laker execu executive?
tive? executive? He doesn't oven sign tho
chocks any more...'.
Boxing's most promising rookie,
welterweight Bobby Murphy of
Boston, comes from a fighting
family but confesses, "I never
saw my father in the rins... but
I had plenty of practice ducking his
hand." ... The reason he didn't go

to college, although he was an all-

A:

Walter Alston

ing of sports grinds, is proving a
tonic for Tom Gola ... who enued
his final 'college season at a run-
down 2U2 pounds but now mainu
ains a comiortablc 217 because, ;
in college he was a 40-minute man
who had to do virtually all of Lai.
Salle's rebounding ... with the War.
nors he's a backcou'rt man with
ample relief and lots of 6-9 char k
acters around to strusgle off the',
boards.... t
Cut D'Amato't field, is boxing "'
(ho handle Floyd Patterson) ....
but his father was an ceonvlijh-,T
od Greco Roman wrestler who--onco
duoiod tho famed George"'
Bothner,...
Joe Louis' sen&e of humor liold3
good..'.. Presenting an .award to,v
boxing publicist and long-time as-'

.before attending St. Francis.

, Al Innitj, a 6-6 rebounding ace,
for example, played only six
months at a Brooklyn high school.

No college ever knew of him, so
one dav he walked in and told

Lunch he wanted to go to school.1
Lynch had never heard of him,
but he took one look at Inniss'
size and whistled, "If you can pass
the entrance exam, I'll take you."
"I Can't," Danny Says, "pass up
anybody that big, no matter what
his record is. I have to grab for
anything. My recruiting is sim simple.
ple. simple. I tell all the high school
coaches to let me know when all
the big schools are through pick pickingthen
ingthen pickingthen send me the leftovers.
"I keep a mental file on kidsi
like Tony D'Elia. He is another
Cousy. He's 5-11 and was a great
backcourt man at Eastern" District
High in Brooklyn. Then he trans trans-fcred
fcred trans-fcred to another school and wasn't
allowed to play. College scouts lost
track of him. Me, I remembered,''
When he gets them, Lynch be

gins to drill into his players that
"they're great.-" He builds up con confidence.
fidence. confidence. At the start of this sea season,
son, season, for example, he kept chanting
that St. Francis was hot.
His Kids had to believe some of
it. Danny's coaching took hold
and the club be nuts out has
seven solid men. It has height in

Inniss and Walt Adamushko. 6-7,
235-pounder, who was a seventh
man on his high school team.
Les Yellen, Jim Murphy, Dan
Mannix. D'Elia and lister Fox
give the Terriers whippet-like
speed. Mannix is the big scorer,
averaging 18 a game-with his
jump shot. "':
But Inniss ("another Stokes")
and D'Elia (he's LJrnch's Cousy)
are his big hopes for the future.
Both are sophs. .

sociale Harry Mendel (who found-

city halfback: he weighed only 130 ed the IBC), he crackef: "They
nnnnHc Houcht to Clve vou uilS five vear

Mickey Mantle, in the Big City
to got hit tontilt yanked, tneaked
out of the hospital for a couple of
hours, against doctor's orders
to ho could join pals Hank Bauer
and Rocky Marciano for dinner....

Pro, basketball, the most gruel-

ought to give you this five years ?

ago, wutrii jui), iuiu evwjuimy r
was going to knock out Rocky
Marciano." .....
Between you'n'me,' tho National
Basketball Association should ox
tend tho shooting limit to 30 sec seconds'
onds' seconds' to bring back finotie and
maneuver to the game.....

Shoe Doesn't Always Fit Right
If You're College Cage Player

George Mikaa
BREATHER George Mikan
takes a deep breath as the blue blue-chip
chip blue-chip part of the Professional
basketball season approaches for
the Minneapolis Laker giant who
came out of retirement at mid-season.

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CINCINNATI (NEA) -Do you
have trouble with your feet?
Then think of the poor basketball
player. He has his foot troubles,
too. His chjcf agony is finding
"kicks" big enough to cover his
barking dogs, which in many cas cases
es cases are flat, or semi-flat.
Barbers, waiters and n u r s e s
aren't the only persons with that
occupational malformation, flat
feet.
In a shoe survey among the U-

niversity of Cincinnati basketball

players it seems the bigger the

Bearcat, the bisger the icei.
The biggest, Dave Plunkctt, we wears
ars wears si7.e 15 canal boats. Cpt. Phi)

Wheeler is not far behind. He wears

size 14. .' ;
"Shoes r oroblcm." says

Wheeler, a steady reader of sale

literature put out by a Boston mau
order shoe house. v ;

'A lot of us buy our s h o s -through
the mail. Anything over
size 12 is hard to get in retail stor-.;
es."
Plunkctt says he knows of a
place in Cincinnati where he can
buy size 14 and 15, but he is keep
ing it quiet. "I'm not telling the .,
rest, They'd go out and buy 'cm 'cm-all
all 'cm-all out and I'd have to go bare,,
foot," he says.
Size 13's are common on. -tha -Bearcat
cage squad with. flat,.,
feet the usual.
By comparison, the Cincinnati
football team has only one pair 61
size 12 shoes in the whole lot.

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INDEFENDENT
NEWSPAPER
n Hungary Said
4(1

Banned by U.S.

WASHINGTON. Feb. 4 (UP)
The Stale Department, striking
back against harassment of Amer American"
ican" American" employes in Hungary.- to today
day today banned American travel, in
the Soviet satellite except with U,
S. special permission.
It also announced it wlll impose
new travel curbs on Hungarian dip diplomats
lomats diplomats in this country "at an ear early
ly early date." The new restnctions.stili
0 be worked out, will -subject
Hungarians to the same limitations
imposed on Americans in Buda Budapest
pest Budapest
In an explanatory not to th
Hungarian legation horo, tho do do-portmont
portmont do-portmont eompla'mod thorply
bout what it callod tho pornstont
hamsmont of omployot of tho
Amoricon Embassy In Budipost Budipost-by
by Budipost-by tho Hungarian government.
'M the Communist regime is'
responsible for "intensifying y the
.Liin. nH diff cu Ues" in U.S.-
Hungarian relations. Unless these
relations improve, we
added, it has decided to take three
measures:
1 A special passport validation
will be required for American
citizens wishing to travel in Hun Hun-carv.
carv. Hun-carv. This requirement, in etfect
nreviously. was dropped jaw yci,
31 during the Foreign
conference in Geneva.
Ministers
Tho reimpoiition of tho ban
appirontly rule out th po'
.ibility that tho traveling troupe
of "Porgy and Bom, whifh
tcored flroat tuccots In ftus ftus-(i.
(i. ftus-(i. and other Iron Curtom oun oun-.
. oun-. trios, might perform m Buda-
2 "Additional restrucllons on
the' travel of Hungarian Legation
personnel" will be imposed to
establish full reciprocity" f r
the limitation on the travel of Am American
erican American diplomats in Hungary. j
3 The United States is abandon abandoning
ing abandoning further consideration of a
Hungarian request for special
U.S,-Hungarian talks to improve
trade relations.
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WASHINGTON, Feb. 4 (UP)
The United States has tumedl

down British Prime Minister Sir diplomatic officials disclosed to to-Anthony
Anthony to-Anthony Eden's proposal for, day.

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Reported In 55
Altncugh officials of the Health
Kureau are hesitant to draw any
conclusions as to the effectiveness
of uib Saik poliomyelitis vaccine
based on local experience, the re remarkably
markably remarkably low number oi cases ol
poliomyelitis reported in the Ca Canal
nal Canal Zone duiinj the past calendar
year is encouraging, according to
an article appearing today iii the
Panama Can.nl Review.
Not oi cse of poliomyelitis
hes occurred among Zonians who
received the S&Lk vaccine, accord
ing to a report from the Health
Bureau. During the entire calen calendar
dar calendar year of 1955 only four cases
were reported among residents of
the Canal Zone. The first if these
occurred in April and the last In
November. The patients ranged in
age from 7 to 3t.
The total of four cases is the
lowest in the Canal Zone in the
past several years. The largest
number of cases was reported in
1950 when 24 cases ocurred. The
smallest previous number was in
1951 when six cases were reported
Although the number lour for
the past calendar year is prom promising,
ising, promising, "definite conclusions can cannot
not cannot as yet be made concerning
the efficacy of the vaccination
program, as the incidence of po po-limyelitls
limyelitls po-limyelitls nor m a 1 1 y fluctuates
from vear to year." Col. C. O.
Bruce, Health Director, Said in
his report
Vaccination with the Salk vac vaccine
cine vaccine began in April but was halt halted
ed halted when similar programs were
suspended in the United States. In
July the program was resumed on
a large scale with an increasing
numoer ol cnilaren becoming eli eligible
gible eligible as the availability of vaccine
increased.'"-' ;'i-'..''' "':'';.'; '.
' A total of 8,394 children in the
Canal Zohe between the ages of
six, months and 15 years have par participated
ticipated participated in the vaccination prog program.
ram. program. Of this group,, 4,451 were
civilians and 3,943 dependents of
military personnel. In addition,
the vaccine ha been administer administered
ed administered to 123 expectant mothers. No
ill eifecU due to the vaccine were
reported among those inoculated.
Maximum protection against
paralytic poliomyelitL is obtained
only after the completion of the
scrip nf three iniections. The first
ONLY 4 POLIO P-l
and second inoculations are given
two to six weeks apart and essen essentially
tially essentially 'all of the children who part
icipated in the mass vaccination
program have received these. The
third booster injection, is given
not less than seven, months after
the second, i
Parents of children who receiv received
ed received the 'first' two inoculations
should check the dales on the blue
immunization card. If the;seven the;seven-mnnih
mnnih the;seven-mnnih neriod has elapsed, the
third injection may be obtained at
the out-pStient meaicai ciimcs
the first aid stations in the vari various
ous various communities.
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PANAMA, R. P., SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 4. 1956

Tho
I sizeable relaxation of curbs on
allied trade with Red China
However, the united states
told Eden It would be willing to
"consider" relaxed allied con controls
trols controls on a few Items for export
to Red China.
Informed sources said al although
though although President Elsenhower
argued against a major change
in allied trade controls, he a a-greed
greed a-greed to look over relaxation
of trade in rubber, some light
macbne tools, small dynamos,
thin meta sheets and some
other commodities.
Informants said Eden got
"something" but less than he
had wanted on the trade issue.
The results of the Elsenhower Elsenhower-Eden
Eden Elsenhower-Eden talks were described as. a
"compromise."
Eden left Washington yester yesterday
day yesterday for Ottawa, Canada, en
route home. He said his talks
with the president had exceed exceeded
ed exceeded his hopes and had resulted!
in a "very wide range of agree
ment." He also commented on
the trade issue. .
Eden told a news conference
the aim would be to put trade
with Red China "on a par",
.with Western trade with Rus Rus-sia.
sia. Rus-sia. He said present policy
works severe hardships on
Pritain and other empire na nations.
tions. nations.
Sen. John J. Sparkman 1 CD-
Ark.) commenting on aaens
proposal, told the United Press
"a wiser poucy wuum uo
"bring trade with Russia pn a
par with that ol Red China. We
are also trading with Russia en entirely
tirely entirely too much in strategic ma materials.";:
terials.";: materials.";: ::-..:, : u-
McClellan's Senate lnvesugai
rt unhcommltteo ulans public

ing subcommittee pians puum;n;upie vuu.v Hx.vUr -r-hearings
next week In an effort sary.
i bj ". Trct-wst. trario. Pridav's Issue number was 29,.

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sen John J. Suarkman-.(D-;476,

aia.1. ft member of tha'euate
Foreign Relations
Com:
iTftee;'
said he doesn't "see any llkell-
Bulganin Signs
Bulgarian Pact
MOSCOW, Feb.- 4-(UP So Soviet
viet Soviet Premier Nikolai A. Bulgan Bulganin,
in, Bulganin, who has not been seen in
public since Jan. 3, yesterday
signed an economic agreement
with Bulgaria, it was announced.
. (Bulganin's absence from dip-;
lomatic functions during the
past month touched off specula speculation
tion speculation that he was ill. Soviet offi officials,
cials, officials, however, maintained Bul-I
ganln was in good health, that
he was resting after the exhaus exhaustive
tive exhaustive tour of Southeast Asia).
The agreement provided for
300 million rubles (nominally $75
million) in Soviet credit to Bul Bulgaria
garia Bulgaria and an additional 70 mil million
lion million rubles (nominally $17,5 mil million)
lion) million) for technical aid. The cred credit
it credit is payable within 10 years at
two per cent interest.
.Under the agreement, Russia
undertakes to supply within
three years tractors, ; combines,
excavators, other agricultural
machinery, thoroughbred cattle
and to construct nitrogen and
phosphate plants. ;i"
. The announcement said the
agreement was signed for Bul Bulgaria
garia Bulgaria by Premier Vulko Cherven Cherven-kov.
kov. Cherven-kov.
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country is safe Abraham Lincoln.

Nixed
hood" the United States will
lax Its flat embarRO on trao
with Red China.
Despite its own no-trade
stand, the United states has
agreed its allies should be per permitted
mitted permitted to send Red China non non-strategic
strategic non-strategic items which do not
contribute to the Communist'
war potential.
iinripr Eden's nlan. considera
t.lnn also would be Elven to
whether such trade contributes
to the economic improvement oi
free nations shipping the gooas
Tf Red China trade rules were
made to conform with those for
Russia, the Chinese Communists
would obtain natural rubber,
railroad equipment, crude oil
and some 200 other items now
on the restricted list.
vripn said the ouestion of
trade with Red China Is "a seri
la Prensa Rolls
Record Edition
0! 825,00 Copies
BUENOS AIRES, Feb. 4 (UP)
-A record editlou of 825 000
copies of La Prensa, its first ap appearance
pearance appearance as a free newspaper In
more than five years, was read
with eager interest by Argen Argentines
tines Argentines yesterday.
The presses were stopped aft after
er after a" run of 7 hours; 15 minutes
so the tired crew could get
some sleep. Circulation chief
MannM Munin said the presses
were not stripped and additional
1 .,.,M k. nrlnroH 1 f n P P P
which picked up from the
Jan.
26 195.4 issue, numbered
29,475, the last one printed he
fore La prensa was taken over
by the ousted Peron dictator
shin.''-
Rotogravure presses rolled for
the four-page Sunday suppie
ment which is edited by Jose
Gollan.
Originally. La Prensa was
scheduled to start the presses at
" u.m. Thursday, but many vis
itors in the vast composing room
slowed operations.
- There was a delay of nearly
three hours which held up dis distribution
tribution distribution and home delivery. At
the-suburban homes of many
subscribers there were no news
papers as late as 10 a.m. yes
terday. -' vv -:
The big press tun thwarted
attempts by speculators to
charge excessive prices for the
first copies of La Prensa, as
there were papers for everybody.
; Except for a few of the very
first copies to1 reach the street,
the issue sold at the normal
price of 40 centavos (2.22 csnts)
La Prensa Welcomed
WASHINGTON, Feb. 4 (UP)-
rne rational press Club today
welcomed the return of La Prensa
to the free press of the world.
To mark the occasion, the Na National
tional National Press Club flew the flags
of Argentina and the United States
over the main entrance to its
14-story building.
Europ25n Freeze
Grips
LONDON. Feb. 4 (UP) A par par-alyiing
alyiing par-alyiing cold wave gripped Europe
for the fourth straight" day today
raising the death toll t nearly 100.
At least 95 persons were known
dead as a result of the deep freeze
and there was no relief in sight
for most of the continent.
France alone counted 30 dead.
The frigid Arctic blasts sweot
across Europe Into Spain, and the
middle Mediterranean.
At Glasgow, Scotland, six Indian
seamen trying to beat the cold
died of cirhon rno,nvi''e noi",n noi",n-ing
ing noi",n-ing aboird their docked ship. Po Police
lice Police bla med a crude stove they
fashioned out of a cooking pot.
Some of the Continent got tem temporary
porary temporary relief todcy vhen temper temperatures
atures temperatures went up briefly and then
started down a ?a in. "They edged
just above freezing in London and
a sudden noon smog blacked out
the city. It dispersed when thei
mercury beean to droo again.
At least 15 new death"! occurred
tn France. It was so bitter police I
taH!-'mJehirche 4Jrew- apen
their doors to the aged and desti-1
tue seeking warmth.
South Africa sent comfortless;
news to F'trofte a 100-degree heat
wave in the Orange Free State. 1

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by US.
tus problem" with the British,
, io are engaged in a constant
ttle to beef-up their economy.
as said it also is serious for
iuch countries as Malaya, which
s "allowed to send rubbed to So Sonet
net Sonet Russia but not to china."
30 Years Service
Ends For Employe
Nearly 30 years of government
service all with the Canal Zone
and the Army came to an end

laat week for Daniel A. Cousley.land the frequency-sensitive e-

an employe of the U.S. Army
Caribbean Engineer section.
Mr. Cousley, who began work
with the Panama Canal Com
pany in 1913, started 16 years
ago in' the employment of the
Army. He announced his retire
ment January 31.
He was commended for Ions
and faithful service in a litter
from Major General Lionel C.
McGarr, Commanding: General,
USARCARIB.' The letter was
presented to Mr. Cousley in a'

ceremony at tne. oince of col. (conversion. ?
Richard F. Ebbs USARCARIB! The contractor will be requlr-
Engineer. ed to communicate with the in-

Commendations also came

from Martin J.. Hayes, chief o actual conversion date to.deter to.deter-the
the to.deter-the Repairs and Utilities pivl-'-'ne if the owner elects to ac ac-slon;
slon; ac-slon; and Cecil Vockrodt, chief pt a cash settlement in lieu of
of the Buildings and Structure conversion of any piece of e e-Section.
Section. e-Section. Iqulpment. In cases of cash set-

BELLES OF INDIANA, a 32-girl chorus from Indiana University, turned out In force yesterday to watch shins locked up
and down in the two flights at Miraflores, The girls were escorted to the locks' by Maj. David H. Smith, military assist assistant
ant assistant to the Governor, far right, and by Lt. Col. L. C Wood, executive officer of the USARCARIB's Special Services right
center. The girls, here on a USO tour, will include in their schedule of appearances a visit to Gorgas Hospital tomorrow
afternoon. "' ''

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MOLLET AND CABINET CALL ON PRESIDENT President Rene CotyTcMtfr)dof FrtSel
between Socialist leader Guy Mollet (left), who wort overwhelming National Assembly approv approval
al approval as the country's 22nd postwar Premier, and. former Premier Pierre Mendes-France, named
as Minister without portfolio in Moilet's cabinet. Mollet called on the President in Paris to
introduce formally his 13 ministers and 23 sec retaries of state

Zone Residents To Be Given Ample Notice
Prior To Change To 60-Cycle Electricity,

- All Canal Zone residents will

be given more than three; least 30 days prior to the con con-months'
months' con-months' notice of the approxi-j version date.
mate date when their electricali Residents who plan to be ab ab-appliances
appliances ab-appliances will be converted to 'sent from their quarters during

ou cycies. individual wrnieu
nuwcea wilt ue i&sueu.
The entire Atlantic area cov covered
ered covered by the contract recently
awarded to the Sachse Electri
cal Company has been surveyed
qliipment inventoried. Residents
there have been cautioned to
report any changes from the
lists furnished as a result of
this survey, since equipment not
listed SO. days before the conver conversion
sion conversion date will not be converted
at Company expense.
Individual notices will be is issued
sued issued two weeks before the 90-
day period reminding residents
to compare their lists of equip equipment
ment equipment and notify the Power Con Conversion
version Conversion Project office Of any
changes. These notices will give
the approximate
date of tne
dividual owners of equipment at
least 60 days in advance of the

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tlements. thev will hp naM at.

tne su-aay period prior to con
verslon date for their eoulo
ment will be requested to notify
the contractor prior to their de de-parure
parure de-parure to arrange for the con conversion
version conversion in their absence. It will
be necessary that some indivi individual
dual individual be appointed to represent
the owner of the equipment who
will be absent.
In connection with the con conversion
version conversion of domestic equipment
special arrangement will be re required
quired required when residents move be
tween areas served by different
frequencies. A memorandum out outlining
lining outlining what will be required will
be furnished by the Housing Of-
fices to all occupants of ,ouar
ters requestin g transfers. .
If a transfer Is made from
one 25-cycle area to another, no
action will be required of the
resident unless the move Is to or
from an area which Is schedul scheduled
ed scheduled to be converted within 90
days. ; In this case the conver conversion
sion conversion contractor must be notified
so that necessary arrangements
can be. made for the copversion
of the equipment..
It a resident moves from a 25 25-cycle
cycle 25-cycle area to a 60-cycle area,
DA Y
IN COLOR AND
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special arrangements for con
version must be made in ad advance
vance advance with the contractor. Thess
arrangements should be madsr
promptly to avoid possible de delays
lays delays in the conversion because
of thj rigid schedule which the
contractor must meet during the
conversion program.
If a transfer Is made from an
already converted 60-cycle area
to a 25-cycle area at the em employe's
ploye's employe's request, it will be his
responsibility to arrange for the
conversion of his electrical e e-quipment,
quipment, e-quipment, since this cost will
not be borne by the Panama Canal-
Company. If such a transfer
is required by the Company Company-Government,
Government, Company-Government, the employing u u-nlt
nlt u-nlt will be responsible for mak making
ing making the necessary arrangements.;
Army To Call 6,000;

Navy, Air Force Muni j
' "WASHINGTON, Feb. 4 (UP)
The Army' issued a call today for
6,000 draftees in April the same
quota it has set for each of the
first three months of the year.
There has been no announce announcement
ment announcement of any April draft call by the
Navy or Air Force. The Navy has

asked for 10,000 draftes in March.
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