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Title:
The Panama American
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Weekend American
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Newspaper
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Publisher:
Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication:
Panama City, Panama
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Frequency:
daily (except saturday and sunday)[may 12, 1973-]
daily[ former oct. 7, 1925-dec. 4, 1966]
daily (except saturday)[ former dec. 10, 1966-may 5, 1973]
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Oct. 7, 1925-
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On Saturday published as: Weekend American, Dec. 10, 1966-May 5, 1973.

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Cold Wave Blasts
Europe Leaving
Toll Of 270 Dead
LONDON, Feb. 11 (UP) Europe's worst cold wave
of modern times created havoc from the Atlantic to tha
Balkans today with no relief in sight
Some 270 persons have died from this winter's cold
wave, which started in January, let up last week, and
hurled down on staggering countries with new force only
two days ago. ?
There were 209 deaths reported in Britain, France,
' Italy and Germany alone.

The bitter cold, blowing In
from the east, brought with It
shortages, discomfort and death.
The Berlin weather bureau "pre "predicted
dicted "predicted that it would keep its grip
for some time.
The bureau said the only hope
in sight was a low pressure area
now forming in the northern northernmost
most northernmost tip of the continent above
the Arctic Circle. But It said It
may bring warm air only to the
North Sea and not to Central
Europe.
. The second icy wave in two
weeks engulfed the continent
just as it was beginning to re recover
cover recover from what had been the
worst cold of the century.
Weather forecasters said the
devastating cold would' last
through the week end. It was
accompanied in most places by
now. Communications were dis disrupted,
rupted, disrupted, villages were isolated,
and food, clothing and fuel
stocks dipped -dangerously low.
Truck Convoy To Rome
The U.S. Army rushed a 17 17-truck
truck 17-truck convoy into Rome where
U.S. Ambassador Clare Booth
Luce was on hand to oversee the
transshipment by train of food
and clothing to stricken south southern
ern southern Italy.
The U.S. Air Force at Wels Wels-baden,
baden, Wels-baden, Germany, started a
"mercy" air lift of thrre C-118
Flying Boxcars, dropping sup
, pli-bv-fifi',n-rinitfr to snowbound
northern Greece.
An all-time low temperature
was recorded near Munich, Ger Germany,
many, Germany, when the mercury drop dropped
ped dropped to 28 degrees below zerc-. At
vlnn Austria nrf Rtnrlrhnlm
Sweden, it was 13 below, -r
Chsrgos Dismissed
In Burglary Case
Al Balboa Court
" Two Panamanians faced the
Balboa Magistrate yesterday af afternoon
ternoon afternoon on charges of burglar burglarizing
izing burglarizing the Tropical Paint Storage
Building in Balboa.
On a motion made by the gov government,
ernment, government, however, the charge.
were dismissed and one of the
defendants,. Sidney Daniel, 33.
was sentenced to spend 30 days
in jail on a lesser charge of pe petit
tit petit larceny.
His companion ih crime,
Frank A. Ellis, 39, who was pre previously
viously previously convicted of a peniten penitentiary
tiary penitentiary offense, was bound over for
trial In the U.S. District Court
after probable cause was found.
The pair were charged with
stealing four five-gallon pins of
paint worth $40. . .
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LEAVING FOR CARACAS after a six-day visit in Panama Is Clark Gable (right), his wife
the former Kay Spreckles (center) and Mr. and Mrs. Daniel E. Ludwig (couple on the left).
The Gab es were guests aboard the Ludwigs' 200-ft. yacht Danginn which arrived at Balboa
last Sunday and left ...Thursdav Thiour .ire. ihnuit, nmt ..-4

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foie their, departure. They will
on the Venezuelan coast.

The Gulf of Bothnia between
Sweden and Finland was frozen
over. Swedish authorities warn warned
ed warned shipping to get out of the
Baltic before Feb. 15 or risk en entrapment
trapment entrapment in a solid sheet of Ice.
Italy Worse Hit
But it was "sunny Italy" that
suffered the worst from record
low temperatures and a whit

terror of snow whipped by winds
up io vj mues an hour.:
Aside from the 2000 tons of
iwa ana ciotning donated by A A-merican
merican A-merican relief agencies, four I I-talian
talian I-talian Air Force C-119's para parachuted
chuted parachuted 10 tons of flour and two
tons of spaghetti to isolated
mountain villages In southern
Italy.-. : y
n In Germany, police dynamited
floes on the Rhine River as ice
began to choke the narrow
channels at Lorelei Rock.
In France, snow blanketed
festivities in Nice, capital of the
usually-warm Riviera, where ci citizens
tizens citizens were In the midst of their
annual flower carnival. French
weather bureaus expected tem temperatures
peratures temperatures as low as 22 degrees
below zero..
Russia, Egypt Drsv
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LONDON,' Feb, 11 (UP) Rus Russia
sia Russia announced an atomic aid prog program
ram program to Egypt under which Soviet
experts will help build a nuclear
laboratory m Cairo.
A Moscow Radio broadcast said
Soviet and Egyptian officials have
reached agreement on i. program
for carrying out work in the
peaceful use of atomic energy."
It said the accord, first such
agreement ever concluded by Mos
cow, wun a non-communist coun country,
try, country, was reached In the Soviet
capital "a few days ago" in nego
tiations with a Cairo delegation.
The announcement was the
latest in a series of Soviet moves
to woo Egypt, and neighboring
Arab countries. Egypt already is
receiving Soviet-bloc planet
tanks and arms. The Soviet gov government
ernment government also has offered to help
finance the building of the giant
Aswan High" Dam across the
Nile. .-
Under, the atomic agreement,
the Soviet broadcast said, the
Soviet Union is granting "scienti
fic, and technical assistance for
the creation of a nuclear physics
laboratory m Cairo and the carry
ing out of work in the peaceful
uses of atomic energy."
It said Russia will send experts
to Egypt for "consultations regard
ing the designing and building of
the aforementioned laboratory.

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Visit; Crowd Defies Street Ban

ALGIERS, Feb. 11 (UP)
French Premier Guy Mollet winds
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up his wecklong Algerian visit
today consulting with defense of officials
ficials officials in the rebel-ridden Constan Constan-tine
tine Constan-tine department as his major Al Algerian
gerian Algerian opponents the Committee
for Public Safety appeared on
the verge of cracking up.
Last night the Algerian vcter-
ans committee decided to refuse
to let the public safety committee
use its nail for a meeting and
sources said that thv veterans
were about to split off from the
puDiic saieiy group.
Loss of. the veterans would de
prive the committee of one of its
major sources of support, and
terminate a short-lived associa association.
tion. association. The veterans joined hands with
the public safety group, backed by
the federation of Algerian mayors,
Poujadists and some student
groups, earlier in the week.
Angry French residents op opposed
posed opposed to Molltt'i "soft" policies
of reform for Algeria, scuffled
with police and swirled to the
war monument in Post Office
Square in defiance of a govern government
ment government ban on street gatherings.
They called a five hour gen general
eral general strike which closed m- t
shops but left streetcars a.i
factories in operation.
The new Resident Minister, Rob
ert Lacoste, arrived in a snc
cial plane and landed at a heavily-guarded
airfield. He was rush rushed
ed rushed to the white granite Summer
Palace, where Mollet introduced
Lacoste to newsmen as the man
who "has accepted the heavy task
of taking in hand the destinies
of Algeria."
Meanwhile the demonstration at
Post Office Square threatened to
erupt into a battle royal.
Back country mayors, students
and
warveterans, c h a x g e.d
through a wintry rain toward
the forbidden square to hold a
rally.

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SERIES SIDELIGHTS (Top)
Panama's sports-minded Pres President
ident President Rlcardo Arias shakes
Chesterfield starting pitcher
Ross Grlmsley's hand while
wishing him luck before the
start of the Panama-Cuba
game last night. Three and
two-third innings later Grim.j Grim.j-ley
ley Grim.j-ley was In. the showers. as a
result of a six-run onslaught
by Cienfuegos batters. The
Cubans won. the contest 13-5.
The other photo shows Puerto
Rico's lefthander Ramon 'MM 'MM-donado
donado 'MM-donado being greeted at the
plate by teammate Lou Lim Lim-mer
mer Lim-mer after slugging the' first
homer of the eighth Caribbean
Series., it was also, the first
run of the Series and -th-w"'
-Jy one for the Cauuas team as
Venezuela's Dick Farrel hurled
a one-hitter for a 6-1 triumph.
The Valencia nine meets Cu Cuba
ba Cuba tonight in the first game
while Panama and Puerto Ri Rico
co Rico tangle m the nightcap. To Tomorrow
morrow Tomorrow It will be Cuba against
Puerto Rico and Panama vs.
Venezuela.
Ike Hay Undergo
Exam Today
At Vdier Reed
WASHINGTON. Feb: 11 (IIP)
President Eisenhower today may
viNio waiter utea Army Hospl
tal for an exhaustive heart ex
amlnatlon that could awav hl
j'poiiucai ruture.
xiitt rresiaent scneauiea no
appointments, but he was ex
ffL m. i . '.
pected to go to his office during
the morning. White House press
secretary James C. Ha?ertv said
it was possible the President
would undergo medical tests, but
it could not be determined defl
nltely until later in the day.
11 me rresioent aoes not go
to tne large military hospital on
the outskirts of Washington to
day, some prelfmtnarv test may
ne conducted t the Wh te House
The rest would be completed at
tne hospital Monday.
The President will meet with
his doctors sometime. Tuesday
alter they have studied the re
suits of the tests. The doctors
will tell him how well he has te
covered from his Sept. 24 heart
attack and evaluate for. him his
medical future.
Mr. Elsenhower last underwent
a hospital examination In mid mid-December.
December. mid-December. At that time the tests
took less than three hours. ;
The current series of tests
were expected also to take about
that, much time. Thev -will In Include
clude Include prhrmrilv X-rav. fluoro fluoroscopic
scopic fluoroscopic and electrocardiograph
examinations and blood tests.
As important and nossibly
more so will be the Tuesday con conference
ference conference of the four doctors most
familiar with -his case Mai.
Oen. Howard McC. Pnvder. White
Touse nhvstcian: Col. Thome
W. Mattinglv, cardiolorv chief
t Walter Reed: Col. Hvron E
"ollac. heart sner'allst from
the Fit7slmon Posp'tal In Den-
"' Co'n., and Dr. Paul Dudley
W hue, Boston heart specialist.
Two Pnvrolls Hit
fn NY Robberies
NEW YORK. Feb. 11 (UP) -Two-man
payroll robbery teams
had a successful day here today,
" One, armed with pistols, snatch snatched
ed snatched S6.000 from the oavroll bag of
Jthfc Bxoic.Oflset lithographers.
Another team grabbed $5,000 took
a $4,700 payroll of the National
Piano Wire Co.

Peron States
Powe" Intact;
9
Hints Return
MILAN, Italy, Feb. 11 (UP)
Former Argentine Dictator Juan
D. Peron said In an article puo
llshed here today that he does
not consider himself a "defeated
or bankrupt man."
"My strength is intact," Peron
said In the second installment
of a series written exclusively in
Panama for the Milan magazine
Tempo.
He-said the revolution that
toppled him last September was
"only an episode, a ittbsf k. cr
rather a haphazard Incident."
Peron indicated he has not
given up hope for a comeback.
"The doctrine of my party has
a 1 permanent character he
wrote. "Argentines view with
pessimism the social conquests
which mark their present way of
life." ..::-,-;v'; -. .'
Peron said he cabled president
Pedro E. Aramburu asking him
to hand over the body of Peron s
wife, Evlta, to Argentina's per-
onist women for burial.
I warned him that I would
hold him personally responsible
for anything that might happen
to Evita's body,"; peron said. I
told him this was a non-political
matter which we could set
tle man to man."
"I don't know what Aramburu
decided, but I don't have any
Illusion, he said. "I know such
a gesture would get him In trou-
ble with Rojas (Vice President!
AnviHc Kojmwi' am. certain
that Rojas p onld "aeUe ti.i
cl. '.- with wc
ness, or at least at him U by i t-
turnlng Evlta a body he Intend
ed to show his gratefulness for
wnat 1 did for mm years ago
when he had an incident which
could have ended his military
career."
Peron did not elaborate on the
"incident." ; ;
Mamie Turns Down
Choral Bid For Ike
WASHINGTON, Feb. 11 UP)-
rars. Mamie Eisenhower is pass
ing up a chance to hear one of
her favorite choral groups because
cause Sunday. is her "only day"
with the President.
The First Lady declined an 'in 'invitation
vitation 'invitation from Sen. ..Homer E. Cape Cape-hart
hart Cape-hart (R-Ind.) to attend a Sunday
afternoon concert by the Purdue
University Glee Club for Latin Am
erican Ambassadors at the Pan-
American Union. Capehart is host
for the concert,

ALL SORTS OF SPECIAL EQUIPMENT such as tanks and
nets were installed in the ASA International Airlines freight plane
to accomodate the gear of visiting snake specialist Ross Allen
who spent several days near Madden Lake tracking down new
specimens for his Aqua Festival held each- year in Silver Springs.
Allen (shown on the left) was en route to Letieia, Ecuador to
catch a very rare fish a fresh watrr whale to add to his col collection,
lection, collection, Allen's Reptile Institute is well-known to tourists vlsit vlsit-lag
lag vlsit-lag the, area Reed rarham wha is tMmpnying-Allen stand
next to htm while Robert Trefeer of ASA Is shown on the right
In the photograph. Parham was an advisor on the filming of
"20,000 Leagues Under the Sea."

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Dealers Announce

heyll All

iscount

Liquor dealers throughout Panama City today wen
honoring Canal Zone certificates entitling the pur purchasers
chasers purchasers to benefit from the 75 percent duty liquor dis discount.
count. discount. A spokesman for the dealers today said:
"We are very pleased it is over. We didn't want Ca Canal
nal Canal Zone people to think we were standing in their way,
or putting any obstacles towards their getting the reduced-duty
liquor."
He stated that dealers today were allowing the
$12.83 per case discount on all rums, gins, whisky and

cognac purchases upon presentation of, the proper Canal
Zone certificates.

The spokesman felt that this last
move on the part of the dealers in
complying witfl the request of the
Panama government will finally
bring to an end the six-month hag haggle
gle haggle over the sale of tax-reduced li li-auor
auor li-auor to Zone residents.
Military and civilian clube oper operating
ating operating in the Zone he added, can
now apply for a refund on all sales
made after Aug. 23 to them. Man Managers
agers Managers of the clubs will present
their bills and the proper documen
ution for getting their refunds will
nr";-ared.
. Th Uqnnr riclfr said that he
, : v jiolesalers
in Panama in expressing their un
animous agreement to give custom
ers the entire discount despite the
fact that they will now be faced
with the prospect of waiting several
months before they will receive the
refund from the government.
" "Wa ftel that tine tha Pana Panama
ma Panama government Is tommitted te 1
live the refund, we are alto 1
bilged to cooperate even though
we had expected tern adjust adjustment
ment adjustment be made te cover the extra 1
expenses incurred in cemplying
with the Canal Zone sales," he
eteted.
These extra expenses he explain
ed involve the maintenance of two
separate liquor stocks, one with
special utamps for Canal Zone
trade. He said extra personnel
would have to be employed by the
dealers to take care of preparing
the bills and corresponding papers.
Already this morning, he said, he
had put through a $53 purchase
from a Canal Zonian, who was
promptly sold the liquor, with tax
discounted,

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Permits
It is understood from reliable
sources that a plan is being dis discussed
cussed discussed whereby a Panama City
bank would .handle the documents
involved in recovering the tax from
the government. This plan is be believed
lieved believed to have government sup support.
port. support. It would solve the merchants
problem of having their resources
tied up in recoverable tax. In ef effect,
fect, effect, they would recover this sum
immediately from the bank, which
would then, in turn recover it iron
the government.
Hugo Pti.il (cnlrcci
Avardsd To Tropical
A total lump sum of $37,003
was entered by the Tropical
Paint Company for the regular
maintenance painting of tha In Interiors
teriors Interiors of two 500,000 gallon ele elevated
vated elevated steel water tanks at Ga Ga-tun
tun Ga-tun and the painting of the two
swing spans of Mlraflores Bridge.
. Bias on the two projects were
opened Friday morning by Col.
Hugh M. Arnold, Engineering
and Construction director In the
Administration: Building at Bal
boa Heights. :
The Tropical Paint Company
bid which was $18,300 for the
work of painting the two tanks
and $18,700 for the paint work
on the bridge, was considerably
lower than those entered by W.
T. Coffey, the only other paint
contractor to make an offer on
both projects.
C. A. High also made a propo proposal
sal proposal for painting of the two tanks.
The paint work to be done on
the two big water tanks will in include
clude include sand blasting and clean cleaning
ing cleaning In addition to the painting
of the interiors of the tanks and
the two pipes. Work Is scheduled
to start about March 15 and be
completed within 120 days.
At Miraflores Bridge,-the work
will consist of cleaning, spot
priming and painting of all me metal
tal metal surfaces of the two swing
spans, the center pier, the two
pivot piers, four rest piers and
two abutments. The project will
require 75 days for completion.'
Cental AveniiD
Will Bd 2-Vay
Kov Un.il Tr.i'-j
Central Avenue will be two.
way thoroughfare along its cn
tire length between 3 and 8 p.m.
beginning today until Tuescay,
according to. a communique is is-sued
sued is-sued bv Traffic Chief Arlstldes
Hassan. ."
The temporary suspension of
one-way traffic regulations ,a ,a-long
long ,a-long Central Ave. from Fifth cl
May Plaza tor the National Pal Palace
ace Palace was made as a result of tht
four-day observance of Carnival
which starts today.
Hassan also issued other tem temporary
porary temporary regulations governing
bus routes during the afternoon
and early evening hours for tha
next four days.
Tuesday Is a national holid-'
in Panama and all mis'rtt
government offices will I
closed. This newspaper will I
be published on Tuesday.



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OVER-COMPTROLLED?

Sir:

''""The Jan W Panama American state -that-we now-have
an assistant comptroller-accounting, and an assistant to the
comDtrollen comptroller, and we hear that we'll
have a new assistant comptroller, to be hired soon.
i Under the former comptroller, Mr. Noble, seems we had an
assistant comptroller for a short time, a deputy comptroller,
and a special assistant to comptroller.
The assistant, comptroller's position was abolished a year
ago? and then under our new comptroller the position of special
assistant to comptroller was abolished recently.
That new set-up sounded fine a comptroller is all we
have, and everybody is nappy 'cause we. are "meeting -actual
requirements of the Canal s present-day economy,", wnlch we
all hear so much about these days, everywhere on the Isthmus.
- But, our happiness was shortlived, as we now have three
new comptroller "helpers." Where is the "economy" .in, this
Cha1ease clarify this, Mr. Comptroller, before you are tempted

to hire a deputy comptroller, too.

place of the one man you had on your stair woum oe enougn
to send me on the next boat. I could not stand any more
''Present-Day Economy Requirements" such as the above.
' I Ain't Comptrolled let.

GORGAS DOCTORS
Blir'
Shades of Uncle Tom's Cabin 1 Our good old "American"
Army is really showing the true spirit of democracy as preach preached
ed preached by CFN. "Rememberl Your country la Judged by the way
!oa act!" And'brother, what an exhibition these Army wives
fe giving, ram -sure that the Health Bureau "exec, must be
I tired of all this fol-de-rol as I am, but, considering the
ources from whence it issues, I sincerely hope that they are
sot worried. : ;
' It is a well-known fact, of course,. that in the Army, as in
the Canal Zone hierarchy, it is not the "orass" that gets special
attention and the "velvet carpet" treatment, but the privates,
sergeants and- Boilermakers. So naturally, Sergeant's Wife has
a. legitimate complaint. She is used to seeing the Dr. Paul
Dudley White, et all, in her Army dispensaries, so obviously it
is an injustice to subject her to treatment by men with the
"unamerlcan" names of Arias, De Alba, Mastellari, shlrokov and
even "Nickel" you ole' capitalist, you).
It seem to me that the Army had better, sta,rt teaching)
teir enlisted men and families what "American" means. It is
net just we great and remarkable citizens of the United States
vrho are Americans. There are. Panamanian doctors, Puerto
BJcan doctors and doctors of naturalized foreign parentage
Uith most peculiar sounding names) all at Gorgas and every
one an expert in his own field, be It cancer, T.B., heart diseases
04 Just plain medicine who are all Americans.
I suggest to the Health Director that If it is the name that
Is important to. the Army and not .the bestin the game,-that
he establish a clinic for Army wives staffed with whatever
lirowns Jones ,and Smiths he can pick u-somewherar ancLkeep
at Gorgas the excellent men already there for those of us who
are interested in getting the best treatment, whether it be by
DrJrank P Smith, Dr. Teddy. Arias 0r Dr. Gene Shlrokov.
American

COMMISSARY PRICES
:r0ne 1 at'trmes perplexed to note lhedifferericein"the
price of a particular item prevailing at different Commissaries
4 one and the same time.
it If this anomaly is due to a delay in coordinating price
etianges, it Is high time that a more consistent and prompt
method be devised to improve this situation, thereby giving the
long-suffering customers a long overdue break.
With the present Inflated cost of living, plus the imminent
Hdltion of taxation, it is getting to the stage where the aver average
age average local rate employe-customer just can't take any more wlth wlth-ont
ont wlth-ont hollering to high heaven, . ;
u Cornered

THE SAVINGS DANK

Institution Guaranteed by the State
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Payi 2 Interest Annually on Savinjs Accounts

INITIAL DEPOSIT $5.00
Wt make loam with guarantees on first mortage
or other securities.
25c 50c. $1X3 and $5X3
CHRISTMAS SAVINGS

deposits are accepted thru a period
' of 48 weeks. .V
t Individual safety deposit boxes, for jewelry and
; documents, In 4 different' sizes.

OFFICE IN PANAMA:
r-JOS Central Ave. at
: corner of "I" Street.
0. A. De RUUX,
Klanarw.

HOURS :

from t:OI a.m t 12:39 .m
SATUKDAIS: from 1:00 a.ra U .12:00 B.m.

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mpoAubiltrr far ttataaMat at eiaiaaf

Hiring four, men to take the
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Front 8t. at cornet
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Labor News
.And'
Comment

By VICTOR R1ISEL
MIAMI BEACH The Treasury
Department, with its Secret Ser Service
vice Service and special sgents, is allergic
lo disclosure of its private busi
ness. So I find that I cannot use the
name of that west coast labor lead
er the government has .just fined
$200,000 for failure to- report 6ome
$300,000 worth of income in the past
two years.
To describe this labor leader as
powerful would be resortinz to a
quaint Ernest Hemingway style of
underwriting, in tins union man s
territory, he is omnipotent. So he
called his colleagues together, ex
plained his problem and was au
thorized to borrow the $200,000 from
the union treasury.
governments action has
brought no outcry here. No an
guish. No protestation of persecu persecution
tion persecution from the 50 or so top labor
leaders gathered here for the first
AFlrCIO executive council meet meeting
ing meeting at the unionized Monte Carlo
Hotel.
There's been no alarm. No dis disturbing;
turbing; disturbing; of the after-council session
sleep in the sun or cabana gin
rummy games by the startling
news of govt crackdown on the
unethical elements inside labor.
Some of us have heard, for exam example,
ple, example, that three weeks ago, the De Department
partment Department of Justice called in many
of its regional U.S. attorneys and
told them to crack down on crime
wherever they found It. So look
for a new series of Grand Jury
hearings and for indictments to fall
like autumn leaves this spring.
Nor has there been any reffex
resentment by labor which tradi traditionally
tionally traditionally follows the introduction of
bills into Congress proposing'curbj
of any union Activity. Copies of the
Ives bill, now in the senate, nave
arrived here. This proposed legis legislation
lation legislation nrovides the machinery for
policing the $26,000,000,000 worth of
welfare and pension funds now
covering some 12,000,000 .workers.
The bill actually eives the U.S.
Secretary of "Labor the power J to
call on FBI and Treasury ueparr-
ment aeents to halo him open the
books of any welfare and pension
fund which means that many vi vital
tal vital records of unions and employers
can be examined. Oddly, enough,
there's no excitement here over
this.
The fact is that there Is a sort
bf erim satisfaction topside of the
AFL CIO over me governmenu
crackdown. i
There are reports here that the
AFL-CIO national headquarters is
in constant touch with many gov
ernment enforcement agencies, lor
example, the AFL-CIO was instru instrumental
mental instrumental in getting the New York
State Parolc.Board to ban Joe Fay
from labor activities after he. was
released- from Clinton Prison in
Dannemora.
!Fay haaded for Sarasota lo get
rid of his prison pallor. He is ab absolutely
solutely absolutely determined to stay out of
labor. He doesn't want to go back
to Dannemora for another seven
and a half years. v j
All this leads to one conclusion,
as inevitably as Caesar's roads led
to Rome: Labor's high eommand
realizes that," for the moment,- its!
Ethical Practices Committee, us
own policing force, can accomplish
very little.
There are few comp!aints now
before the committee at its first
official session. I'll make book that
there is only one we'll hear about.
That's against the United Auto
Workers, formerly witlt tha AFL
and not to be confused with Walter
Kcuther's UAW; j ,
This complaint is aimed at the
Cisco Kid, Angelo Inciso, who runs
a Chicago local of some 5,000 mis miscellaneous
cellaneous miscellaneous members. He got in
trouble with the Senate Labor Com Com-mitteo
mitteo Com-mitteo when he refused to go to
Washington until he could bring his
bodyguards. The Senate committee
is still not satisfied with his testi
mony about his welfare fund.
So this will happen: The Ethical
Practices Committee of the AFL AFL-CIO
CIO AFL-CIO will begin investigating. In or
before April, the Cisco Kid will
resign from the, UAW executive
board, much to its relief, and bolt
the AFL-CIO. This means that the
case will be between the govern government
ment government and Inciso.
AH of which Is fine with the AFL-
CIO high command. But it sets'
some sort of precedent. Every time!
a union is probed by iti peers, the
union need only go independent and
it will continue to operate, unless
stopped by the government. This is
why you're hearing no outcry
against the government, from la labor's
bor's labor's assembled leaders.
You may hear some noise, how however,
ever, however, when the Senate Labor Com Committee
mittee Committee ends its report on the past
year of investigations of the na nation's
tion's nation's welfare and 'pension' funds.
This report is now in its first draft.
It surveys all important industries
and will reveal what's happening
in the fields of auto production,
electrical work, mining, men's and
women's clothing and trucking.'
Accompanying the report will be
recommendations for tougher polic policing
ing policing methods than Senator Ives
asked for in his bill. So there may
vet be an outcry but the national
labor leaders will not fight- this
policing legislation.
There is general agreement 'be 'behind
hind 'behind the scenes that it will be a
long while qet before labor can
clean alt corners of itsh ouse. So
the sentiment is to give the govern government
ment government the broom so long as It's not
a witch's model.
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, SYDNEY, Australia The "drum
pounded through the jungle of Ma Ma-laita,
laita, Ma-laita, even in this century one of
the toughest man-eating islands of
the Solomon group. Over the pound pounding
ing pounding pf the drums ".radio crackled
and a voice said, in beche-de-mer,
the pidgin of the tropical Pacific,
"Mr. Rawcliffe, him white feller,
master missionary. Stop along Chri
tobel. He promise speaker true fas
ion alonga Bible. Mr. Rawcliffe,
he say one time Reginald Poole
along Pawa school. Head, belong
him no sick.''
Translated from bechede-mer,
this would mean that on the sworn
word of a missionary the insanity
plea of a murderer had been dis disallowed
allowed disallowed by the .court and Reginald
Poole would hang. ;: i
L This one. which happened eut
hcre.tbe other; dayns straighTou
of Somerset Maugham. Poole,- a.
younz missionary of proven homo homosexual
sexual homosexual tendencies, recently took a
pickaxe and killed a 12-yearkld na native
tive native boy who had rebuffed him. He
had been transferred from a school
at Pawa, after pupils had reported
his advances? 'to .'a plate '"tailed.
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three times before he irained the
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In a. trial where gin bottles full
of water graced His Honor's bench,
Reginald Poole was sentenced to
hang, for there was really no wiy
out.
The Malaitas, who are, only a
few years a way, from long pig, a
favored dietlong pig kaikai being
human flesh had lad down a flat
ultrmatumt either the young En Englishman
glishman Englishman would hang or white man'
law. him finish. Men had come as
much as 80 miles through the jun jungle
gle jungle tq witness the trial and thry
intepd to stay on the scene unt.it
the English pervert swings. The
boy's uncle has been growing a
beard since the murder. He pulled
his whiskers and told a reporter,
rCloj.tip me" shave now.'v
-, xner trial was neia in stiuinc
heti rThe .judicial. ,commissiO)ie.r
xtre a wig and gown- despite the
heat and cooled himself with water
from the gin bottles. The wiid Ma Ma-iaites
iaites Ma-iaites squatted on their hams while
an Australian psychiatrist dclintd
Poole's act not so much as murder
as suicide by murder.
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n.aster hint takem plckaxa. Ke
l.nocr.em picanin head. Belong him.
Pic&nin he finish close up alto alto-gedder.
gedder. alto-gedder. Now white master he go
hang. Allasame picanin he finish
close up."
The white man's mother flew out
from England and deplored the fact
that her homosexual son was not
relieved of bis duties and sent home
for treatment. She. also deplored
the fact, that an English law of
more than 100 yfears prevented her
son from inclusion in a legal defini definition
tion definition of insanity., Then she flew back
to England.
The drums boomed again when
the verdict was announced, and
Tomewate, the headman for North
Malaita, smiled. Tomewate Jiad

expected wholesale outbreaks of
murder, and. violence iPoole Were
acouittea.. t v
The dead boy's father, smiled for
the first time since his son s death
and put away his hatchet. Peace is
secure and the white man's law is
still secure on Malaita. For Regin
aid Poole will hang in the prison
at Honiara next month unless the
high .commissioner intervenes,
which on the recent cannibal island
of Malaita is held to be unlikely.

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-WASHINGTON"-R?ason why Sec Secretary
retary Secretary of State John Foster Dulles
isn't getting as much bipartisan
policy as he wanfs is that he pins
everything on one Democrat, the
much-loved elder statesman from
Georgia Senator George. How However,
ever, However, a lot of other Democrats
don't relish the way George walked
out on the Democratic party on
tax reduction or other domestic
matters last year when the White
House invited him to lunch.
That's why Georee's influence on
foreign affairs with other Demo Democrats
crats Democrats has diminished.
In handling the Bulganin Eiscn Eiscn-hower
hower Eiscn-hower letter exchange, for instance,
Secretary Dulles did consult Sena Senator
tor Senator George. But he ignored other
Democratic leaders completely.
At ll a.m. Saturday after re release
lease release of the two letters already had
been decided,. Congressman-John
McCormackof Massachusetts,
Democratic leadef of the House,
telephoned Congressman James
Richards of South Carolina, chair chairman
man chairman of the House Foreign Affairs
Committee. Richards- is supposed
to know what the score is at the
State Department just as much as
George, but he didn't know. He
hadn't been informed
"I don't know anything more
than what I read in the newspa newspapers,"
pers," newspapers," he told McCormack caus caustically,
tically, caustically, vV'
AUTO DEALERS' GRIPE
Ten thousand "typically Ameri American"
can" American" small businessmen met in the
nation's capital this week in the
opening gun of a pitched battle
for Survival. ; ;
They're the owners of the na nation's
tion's nation's auto agencies and, like thou
sands of other small businessmen
around the country, they find them themselves
selves themselves today on the "brink" of an
uncertain future.
The auto dealers didn't sit around
twiddling their thumbs and moan moaning,
ing, moaning, however. They worked through
their powerful organization, the
National Automobile Dealers As Association.
sociation. Association. .
"We're disturbed about the'prof-
it situation," explained, W. L. Car Carpenter,
penter, Carpenter, a small Ford-Mercury deal dealer
er dealer from Pontotoc, Miss., who .sells
about 175 cars a year. Carpenter
employs 18 people, including his
son-in-law, and grosses about $300, $300,-000
000 $300,-000 a year. r' ''-'
"We're not making any money,
Carpenter says, which is why at attendance
tendance attendance at this year's NADA con convention
vention convention is so much greater than
usual. "When we were making
money there wasn't much reason
to go to conventions." -,
Sentiment among the dealers is
aimed at the manufacturers, the
chief gripe being, overproduction
of new cars. The dealers .want

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output cut back to a reasonable
level, so some of the sales. pres pressure
sure pressure can be lifted. Overproduction,
they feel, leads to factory pressure
on them to sell an impossible quota
of cars, also to "bootlegging," and
to inability to give adequate ser services,.
vices,. services,.
1 "We're, here in Washington M
demonstrate our power," agreed
Carpenter. "These manufacturers
don't like the NADA. We just want
to show 'em we have-some back
ing. :
GOVERNMENT REGULATION?
Asked whether he thought gov.
ernment action would be needed,
Carpenter answered "no."" -4',
"I think the industry can solve
the problem, when the manufac manufacturers
turers manufacturers and dealers get around a
table and talk in a way that will
be profitable to both parties.
"Of course, "we're not having
much trouble down South. Mostly
it's up North. We're not having
any trouble with the Ford eom eom-pany4
pany4 eom-pany4 either. In our state we elect
delegates every year from among
the Ford dealers to go up to Detroit
and talk with the factory people." ;
In another corner of the Sheraton-Park
Hotel lobby two Chicago
dealers were talking. They were
Jerry Cizek, a Chrysler agent, and
M. F. McCarthy, who sells Inter International
national International trucks. Their feelings ech echoed
oed echoed Carpenter's. V v
"The industry should solve the
problem without government in intervention.
tervention. intervention. It'll be better for the
dealer, and better. for the fedus fedus-try."
try." fedus-try." rc-.
However, Cizek and McCarthy,
agreed that if the industry doesn't
act, NADA will turn to the govern government.
ment. government. They were both glad their
convention was being held in Wash Washington,
ington, Washington, partly ; because NADA ; is
making an impression on Congress.
A small minority of the dealers
isn't alarmed about overproduction
and bootlegging. They're .the second-hand
dealers, iypified by Thor
ton Anderson of Philadelphia's Ma
fair Motors: ; ': ;
"We like it fine the .way .it. Is,"
quipped Anderson. "The more, new
cars are sold, the pore used fcnes
there are, and the cheaper they
"As for bootlegging,' '....-Anderson
naifl "there isn't 10 6cr cent of
the bootlegging that there was a
year ago. The new-car dealers un undercut
dercut undercut u now. You can't make a
dime bootlegging any more."
NOTE Most of the dealers are
n't sorry they got into, the auto
business, it gets into your oiooa--stream."
exdained one. "and you
can't get out." ; :
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ST. THERESA'S CoeeB
m. f.n. ant
HoVy Da, Mass 4 0b ..m. (It It tall"
on Saturday-? am. i M nln m
Cati-rmsni vuu"
airaiuay..'... --U...-7- ... c,j..
Confessions) :w w h ."
RT. JOHN BAPTIST DR LA 8 ALLS
i Parque Ltfevre
'Himday Masses: 6:30 and8-30 am.
n;..t,.'n.v. Mass; :.10 Mon.. Tnurs
r 1. tri. rvM masa: 8:00 a.m.
unw riav Masses: 80 aJn. to ,.0V
'confessions: 8:S0 ta 430 and 10 to
8-00 pm. on Sa J -j: s
Miraculous liieunu .... -
'catechism Classi J SO P?. an Sunoa
Convert Class: monoa? i w
' 'Sf. THERESPS La
imday Mass: 7:00 a.m.
Holy Day Mass: 8:30 p.m.
n....;n Satiirriav 8:30 to 7:30 pjn
Thursday before First Friday 8:30 p.m..
Sacred Heart Novena: 10 p.m. on
Friday. Thr1a
Convert tiasai v.ou pa -
,J ATLANTIC SIDB
'.ST. JOSEPH'S Colon
Sundsy Masses: 5:45. 8:00 and I OMIS a.m
Holy Day Masses: 5:45 and 8:00 a jn.
ana o:w w- -. . .... j
Confessions: saiuraay e.w
7 00 to 80 p.m.;,
Miraculous Meaai novena; vure..-
8:15 and 7:00 p.nu ',.
Sacred Heart wovena: rriaay i"
si,nrfo Fnln Services 7:00 pm.
Convert Class: 7:15 pm -on Mondays
and Thursdays.. i.
Catechism CUss: sunaay yi.vt a.m. ,w
11:45 a.m. 3:00 p m. to p.m.
vm rrivFnnllion of Most Bless.
ed Sacrament all day, Reposittoat 8:30
am. Saturday morning-
First Saturday Devotions to our u;
of Fatima The Holy Rosary 5:00 a.m.
wirmf r.nmmnninn insrruciions ot
dren Mondaya and Thursdays, 80 to
7:00 pjn. : i ..; .-; ..
MIRACULOUS MEDAL Cristobal
nri.v Minn' 7 -nn. s no and 10:30 a m
Holy Day Masses: 8:00. 80 a.m. and
5:15 p.m. ' '
Confessions; Saturdav 4:00 to 5:00 and
7:00 to 8:00 p.m. After Rosary each eve
ning. .
Miraculous Medal Novena: 3:13 and
7:00 p.m. on Monday.
catechism Class: Arter e:w Jnasr on
Stindav. :..
First Friday Exposition all day during
the School near.
First Saturday: Mass at 1:00 am. :
HOLT FAMILT CHURCH MarfarHa
Sunday Masses: 7:00 and 0:30 a.m.
Holy Day Masses; 8:00 a.m.. and 5:15
n.m. . .
Confessions: 4:00 to 5:00 and 10 to
8-00 p.m. Saturday, v
Miraculous Medal Novena: 70 P.m.
on Monday. .-.-;--,!.... ..t..,.
cnurcn History uroup every inesasy
at 7:30 p.m.
Teen-Aage Club: T JO p.m on Wednes-
oay. -. i
Catechism Class: 4:00 p.m. Thursday
First Friday Devotions: 7:00 D m.
Inaulrv-Discussion Group every Frl-
aay vau p.m.
ST. VINCENTS Rainbow City
Sundsv Massess: 8:30 -a.m. and 8:00
am. ..: .:
Holy Day Masses: 8:00 ajn. and 8:00
Confessions: 4:00 to 8:00 and 7:00 to
8 :w p.m. Saturday.
catecnism Class: 10:45 a.m. on Sundsv.
Convert Class every Monday at 7:00
p.m, ....
Miraculous Medal Novena: 7:00 n.m
on Tuesday.
Sacred Heart Novena: 7:00 n.m. on
Friday. :..-
IMMACULATE CONCEPTION Garda
Sunday Mass: 8:15 a.m.
Holy Day Mass: 5:00 p.m.
Confessions: 8:30 to 70 pm. est Sat
urday.
Catechism Class: 40 p.m. on Monday.
OUR LADY OF GOOD COUNSEL
Gamhoe
Sunday Masses: 7:00 and 8:30 a.m.
Holy Day Masses: 80 ajn. and 8:00
p.m
Confessions Saturdav at 70 n.m and
after all evening devotions..
Baptisms by appointment '
aiirseuioua- Medal levanat4 ijii
on Tuesday.
Sacred Heart Novena: 7:00 p.m on
Friday. ....
Sunday School: S.M p m. on Sunday.
Religious Instruction Class for -Chil.
dreq: 4:00 p.m on Thursday.
Religious Instruction for adults (Con.
ducted in Spanish): 7:00 p.m on Mon
day.
Convert Instructions by appointment

I

The Rt. Rev. R. Heber Good en, LTD.,
Buuwd
The Very Rev. M. Richard MacDoaald
ANCU.V CJI
THat CATHEDRAL OF ST. LL'KI
bUNDAYS
:30a,r,l holy Communion.
i.j0 tju .Santa Communion (4tb Sun Sundays
days Sundays
0:13 Ji.. Church School.
(:4a s.m. tscuela Dominical.
11.00 am. Morning Prayer and Sermon
Holy Communion, (First Sun Sunday).
day). Sunday).
7:00 pro. Evening Prayer and Sermon
WEDNESDAYS
8:30 a.m. Holy Communion.
7:00 pro Evening Prayer.
HOLY DAYS
80 ajn Holy Communion.
8:30 a.m Holy Communion.
DAILY
8:15 a m. Morning Prayer.
12.00 Mw-day Missionary Prayers.
CHURCH OF OUR SAVIOUR
Third Street. New Cristobal
The Rev. Milton A. riki pa
SUNDAVi
Holy Communion 7:30 am
Church bchool ........... Ida a.m.
mui-Mit rrayer
and Sermon 11:00 t.m.
(First Sunday. Holv Communion)
Vesper Service and i
Youth Fellowship ....., 8:00 n.m
WEDNiUAYS P
Holy CommuflWwi..L, 80 asa
Choir Rehearsal 7:30 p.m
. i.ukjj, w nijrcrar au people.
' COCOU '
Church of St Andrew v
The Rev. William W. Baldwin, Priest
.in cnarte
SUNDAYS : i .
Holy Communion
Family Prayer and Church School,
9:30 a.m.
Morning Prayer and Sermon U M-
H.C first Sunday in Month).
Evening Prayer. 7:30 p.m.
Weekdav Praver 8:00 am
' cOROZAt-
, .Chapel el the Good Shepherd
. ,Th Rev. Clarence VV. alaye
8:00 tjn. tverr Friday i Moriuag ry
. lat, rnday "..
.i. BAMBOA : ....!
' St Simon's Chuck
The Rev. John Spear, Priest la Charge
SUNDAYS
Morpiot- Prayer, 1st and 3rd.
Sundays, x. ,. 10:30 a.m
Holy Communion and Ser.
mon, 2nd and 4th Sundays ,. 10:30 a m
........ :uu p.m.
Youth Fellowship
Evening Prayer
........ a:uu n m
z.veiniia rrayer .ad.
1:00 p.m
MONDAYS
Girls' Friendly Sodet
8:00
Evening Prayer and Sermon 1:00 p.m
THURSDAYS
Holy Cr.mmunlon 8:00 a Jn
Woman's Auxiliary. 2nd and
4th Thursdays 10 pm
St. Peter's Chorek
The Rev. John Spear. Priest la Charts
JSUNDAYS
Choral Eucharist and Sermon 7:00 a jn.
, Morning rrayer and Church School
10:00 a.m. .,
. Children' Eucharist, 3rd Sun daya 10
.. '.. j
Holy Baptism 5.-00 p.m.
Evensone and Sjarmnn 7-M mm.
MONDAYS THRU SATURDAYS
noiy communion t. 7:00 a.m.
Evenlne- Prayer 7:00 njn,
except Saturdays.. Compline 7:30 n.m.
1 TlTTCrkAVS a. ,(M,inl ktb
womsri Auxiliary ........ 7J0 pm
" MARGARITA
Church of St. Margaret 1
Corner of Rspavd Ave.. Brazos Blvd.
The Hiv. Mlitoa A. Caeksaa. Pasta
SUN DA iS t
8:30 a fn. Church School
8:30 a m Morning Prayer and demon
list Mmaays, Holy Communion)
4:30 o.m. Confirmation Instruction.
"... 11. . ....... ...
PALO beco
Chanel ef The Holy Comforter
Ven. L. B. Shirley,- Priest m Charge
a.very iuesiay a.m.. Holy Coin-
- rSKSIST
; Bt. Alhair's C hm-ck
' Tht Rev, David A. Osborna,
Priest In Charge
SUNDAYS
8:00 a.m. Choral Eucharist A Sermon
12m neM infant Baptism
3:00 .m. Church School
(held In Building 131) "r
5:00 p.m. Youth Fellowship"
7:00 nm. Evensong and Addresa.
2nd AND 3rd WEDNESDAYS
1 30 Bid. Woman Auxiliary and Al
v.'UV.tiUlM Meeting.' v
... .. PANAMA CTPJf .,-, .
St. Paul's Chnrck
The Ven. Lemuel B. Shirley, Rector
The Re. Fits R. Atwell, Deacea
SUNDAY
8:00' a.m1: "Holy Communion
t-00 a.9i.. Sun Eucharist Sermon
.10:45 am Morning Prayer and Church
. bcnooi .'
12:00 noer. Holy Baptism
7:00 n.m Solemn .Vesper ".
TUESDAYS ;-
8:30 a m. Holy Communion
WEDNESDAYS.
- :00 m. Holy Communion'
7:00 p.m. Evening Prayer v.;
THURSDAYS AND FRIDAYS
8:30 r m. Holv Communion r
HOLY DAYS
8.00 a.m. Holy Communion. ;
" CHRIST CHlTRCn" BY-TEE -SEA
.. . Episcopal : (
( Col6n. R de P
(Opposite Hotel Washmrtonl
The Ven. Malnert I. Peterson,. Rector
The Rev Henry A.. Blake
, Associate Rector
' SUNDAYS ,.
8:00 s.m. Holy Communlna.
0:00 a.m. Choral Eucharist and Semen.
. 10:30 a.m. Church School Session. -7:30
p.m Solemn Evensong and Ser
mon.,..." i ,, ...
WEDNESDAYS ,;
8:00 a.m. Holy Communion,
1:30 p.m. Evening Praver and Semes
1:30 p.m. Adult Confirmation Claaa
THURSDAYS
88 p.m. Praver Guild.
;. FRIDAYS'
10 am Children's Eucharist
SATURDAYS
10:00 a.m Junior Confirmation Class,
1:30 p.m. Compline and Meditation.
HOLY DAYS
8:00 a.m. Holy Communion.
RAINBOW CITV :
Chortn of St. Mary, the Vlrrta.
The Rev. John A. Spalding,'.
Priest in Charse .'
SUNDAYS .'
Sung Eucharist ............ 7:30 a.m.
Chunh School t:4.Va.m
Evens-ms and Sermon .... 7:30 p.m
WEDNFSDYS 5
Evenv.iv and Sermon .... 7 Jo p.m
THURSDAYS r-
Holy Communion 7:00 am.
. GATUN
, 8t George' Chnrcn v
' The Rev. John A. Rnaldlng,
Priest in Charse
1st AND 3rd SUNDAYS
Holy Ccmmunion .- I JO tj
2nd AND 4th SUNDAYS
Momlrg Prayer i
and Serrron ..,.........., f JO a.m
Church School, each Sun. 10:30 am
RIO ABAJO
HI Christopher's Church
IS St Parnne I efew
""-"Tk'-" Res -4!hiTewe,T"
Priest In Charts

Holv Comiiiunlo, IflW am
Sunday School 10:30 am.
Haotism 4 to am and A 4th auii
ays
rveimif, praver molt Stud I ta
t and Srd Sundays
Woman's Anxiliarv jno A tth Sunday
1 00 p m
Holv Ommualrm Wednamiav 1 I n

. Oihci Chrrchs
CHURCH OF THE NAZAKENk
Ancon. C Z.
Minister: Rev. Elmer O. Nelson
Box ad, Ancon, C.Z. Balboa ttOl
Sunday School ........... i 'i a m
Morning Worship ......... 10:30 .m
Youth Service ............ 8:45 am

Evening Service .......... 7:30 pm
NjM.i. service 7o p.m
Prayer Meeting, Wed. .... 7 SO pm
NATIONAL BAPTIST CHURCH
' Panam R.P., 23rd Street East
Rev. S. N. Brows. Minister
SUNDAY:
Divine Worship ........... 8:30 am.
Sunday School 3:00 p.m.
Sunday Masse 7. 1:45 11:46
ui, noaji o. Sunday
..0 ta
JEHOVAH'S WITNESSES
Meetings Thursdays at 7:30 p.m. and
Sundays t 4:00 pm. viri Memorial
808 BhIovs Road, Balboa.
CHURCH OF JTSl'8 CHRIST
OP LATTLR-DAI SAINTS (Mormoa)
Sunday meeuncs In the JWB-USU. La
Boca Road. Balboa, rrimary ana rriesi-
hood 8:30 a m. Meeting; Sundsy School.
9:25 e.HL Sacrament Meeting, 1020 am.
Atlantic Branch
Building 200. Schoolhouse Road.
Gatun. Canal Zone.
telephone, Gatiin 364 er Crtst6bal 2S97
Sunday School 10:00 a.m. Sunday aac-
rement Meeting 8:30 pm Prieshood
Meeting 8:30 p m Wednesdsy Prinary
:30 p.m. Wednesday Heuei society meet
ing a announced.
iiwunuv rsuiiasjus
1 CHURCH
. Rev. Paul Holloway, Pastor 'V;
Office, Curundu 510$ . ;
Home! Curundu 1118
Sunday School 9:45
Morning Worship ........... 11 a.m.
Youth Meeting 8 p.m.
. Evening Worship 1 p.m.
OLD CATHOLIC CHURCH
tt Raphael The Archangel
13th St Wast No. I
dole tucharlst: Sundae a, I JO a. as.
Tuesdava, Wednesdaye and Thursdays
830 am.
Saerament at UncHoa IHtaUng aer-
vica) First Sunday of each month ai
7J0 iV
'l Meaat BaHbet. Chrtstla Ckarck
a PanamA ft. P
Rt Rev. T. jamaa, D. U Rlsnop
ottiriatlnaV
vlnmlna flevotlo al ...... 8:00 am
fellowship Worshie at ...... 11:00 am
Sunday School it n JW a
Jivine Serviea at 130 p
AHA'I CFVTER
'''.VV,'. BAHAI'f CENTER .;;.,'-.
Urbanlzac16n El Carmen, Paruuni City.
informal Talks ana Discussion
Thursdaya 3:00 pja.
4 Cetoa, tth Front Street
' (nnstalrs Amertean Bazaar)
Study Class.,... .Thursday iM pm-
BETHEL MISSION CHVRCBI
Espalaba St., Paralso. C.E.
Rev Waidaba H. Stewart, Paster
Sunday; 11:00 a.m. Worship Service.
3:00 p.m. Sunday School.
7:13 pm. Gospel Service.
Monday: 7:30 Young People's Society
Wednesday: 7 JO Mid-week Chrutian
Fellowship.
Thursday: :ot cnoir itrnesrsai.
Friday: 7:30 Women's Missionary So
ciety. s :. .: ;. .'
1 THE CHURCH OF GOD V
1838 Eighth Street Celen
Rev. G.iW. Grandlsea. (Pastor
Sunday Schol 9:30 a.m.
Morning Worship ......... 10:30 a.m.
Night Service ,ii..... 1J0 pm.
FIRST CHURCH OF GOD
Cr. Jamaica and Trinidad SI.
Rainbow City,- Canal Zsne
Rev. G. W. Grandisan.. Faster
Morning Worship 1 ........... 8:00 a.m.
Sunday senooi io:w a,m,
Night Servlca 7 JO pm.
' THE CHURCH OF GOD
New Providence ;
Mrs. Maude Hince, Faster
Sunday School 100 a.m.
Morning Worship 11:00 a.m.
Night Service ...4.... .7:30 pm.
- 'THE CHURCH OF GOD
Panama City
Cor. 'TH snd Mariaite- Arosemena St.
Rev. Wm. J. Johnson, Paster
Sunday School 9:30 a.m.
Morning Worship 10:30 a.m.
Night Service ............... 7:30 p.m.
THB CHURCH OF GOD Rfo Abaje Abaje-.,v
.,v Abaje-.,v Monte Osrure -Rdi 18th St -.'.
. Rev, Wm. J Johnson, Ptstor
Sunday Schoo ........ ..... 0:30 am.
Morning Worship ........v lOtSO a.m..
Night Service p.m.
CHURCH OF TTTF FOUR5QUARB
-. v GOSPEL ., ,.'.
: (Full Gospel) v
BALBOA
a m. Sunday School and Bible Clas.
ia-ik m. nivlne Service at Balboa
and 8:15 p.m. at Margarita Gymnasium.
T n.m. Ash Wednesday 'mlth Lord's
Supper at Balboa. Registration; reorua-
sunaay gcnwi .i,.....,.,..iv.w
Morning Worship ,,,,,,,..11:00 a.m
Youth Service 8:30 p.m.
Evangelistic Service'. ,-7:15 p.m.
CHtrRCn OF eOO ffenleeattal) ',
Rev. Bl E. Watson, Overseer
" Phon 8-428, Box 253, Gamboa
Churches at Paralso, C.Z.JRev. and
jr Merman (I. Whvte). Colon. R.P.
( Rew Fernando Lorenee), Rio Abajo
im. and Mrs, Charles Havnesi. ana
Cativa (Rev. and sirs. Clifford Greaves).
Sunday and weekday services at all
churches, ., i., ..,'...,. ;
Posts and Bases
, .v PACIFIC SIDR '
;. Protestant-. .-
. f - . i '.(
FORT AMADOR
Sunday Bcnooi .. w
Morning Worship 1000
Church-Time nursery ocnooi. ... iv;w
FORT CLAYTON
Sundsy School (uuiiaing o
128) : :00
Morning' Worship WHS
Wednesday Evening Prayer Meet Meeting
ing Meeting and Bible Class 8:38
FORT KOBBE ... r
Sunday School- (Building (,
. nil i... 9:30
Morning Worship 10:45 1
Even In a Worship 8:301
ALBROOK A In rOHCK BASK,;
Sunday School .............. 1:30
Adult Bible Class (NCO Club).. 8:30
Morning Worship 9:15 at 10:45
Youth rellowshlo ..............
Cevenlng Worship ., 7:30
U.S. NAVAL STATION. Rodman
Sundsy Srhool .................
. Morning Worship 11 -.00
Holy Communion First Sunday
' nt Month 1 .!
15th NO HEADQUARTERS CHAPEL
Holy Communion (Lpiscopal)... 7:30
Morning Worship 8:00
Holy Communion First Sunday
of Month)
CttheUc
FORT AMADOR'' .'' '
Dally Man i.J...
Sunday Masses .:..i..,. :tn M
Confessions, Saturday ...8:30 4t
Sunday ...., .....830 61
8:30
730 1
9:Ki
- '. '' 4-
FORT CLAYTON .:
Daily Mas ......., 8 45
Sunrlay Masses .....7:45 tt y vj
Confeeeiene, 4atiirdaT-M.7:3
Sunday Maaj. 10:30
, ..',.,...
FORT KOBBK -. i
Saturday Mass
Sunday Masses .7 00 It
Spanish .....,. i
Confesions, Saturday (Building
No. 711) ...... .i 7:1X1 Jb,
8:00!
8:00 I
8:00:
8 :o'

Daily Mass -. g q

WASHINGTON, Feb. 11 (UP)
Sen. Francis Case (K-S.D.) testi-

fied today he received a fictitious
telerram Jan. 14 bearing the
forged signature of a campaign
aide and urging him to vote for
the controversial natural gas bill.
Case, who said he had hist
learned the telegram was frau fraudulent,
dulent, fraudulent, tossed the new bomb bombshell
shell bombshell as a select Senate commit committee
tee committee opened an inquiry into wheth whether
er whether attorney John M. Neff, of
Lexington, Neb., tried to Influ Influence
ence Influence Case's vote on the gas will.
.The South Dakota senator said
"the committee may want U (de (determine
termine (determine who was in Sioux Falls
(S.D.) affixing the names of
friends of mine to telegrams in an
attempt to influence my stand on
the bill." : "'
Neff scheduled to appear before
ALBROOK AIR FORCE BASE
Daily Mass
8:00
7:00
..,7:45 Jk 11:45
.......... 7:00
Saturday Mass .......
Sundsy Masses .......
Spanish
U S. NAVAL STATION, Rodman
Daily Mass
Sunday Mass ........
'. -v'Jewbk.' :'''
FORT KOBBK v
Saturday ...........-.
4:00
9:3Q
2:00
ALBROOK AlR FORCf BASR
Saturday
USO-JWB (Balboa)
Friday ,,.........,...
ATLANTIC SIDB
... rreteaunt
8:30
1:30
FORT DAVIS ." -.".
Sunday School ...... ....... ...
Morning Worship '-
Midweek; Fellowship.' Thursday.
9:45
11:00
mo
FORT GULICK ,V
Sunday Bcnooi ................
Morning Worship .............
Youth Fellowship. Sunday ....
" :45
110
8:00
O S. NAVAL STATION. Coco Solo
Mornini Worship .............. 11:00
Holy Communion First Sunday
' al Month)
. CatheU
Daily Mas .... I. ..............
Sunday Mas
Confessions, Sunday ...........
1:30
8:30
8:45
1:00
! 7:45
. 8:45
1:00
FORT GULICK
Daily Mass
Sunday Mass
Spanish ...............
Confessions. Saturday
.8:00 Js
U S. NAVAL STATION. Coca Solo
Dally Mass
7:00
9:00
Sunday Mast
COCO SOLITO
Sunday Mass
1:30
Jewish
FORT GULICK
Tuesday
1:13
Sevsnth Day
Advcntisi
Wtekly Service In sD Churcks
.. -as follow: .
SATURDAY:
Sabbath School, 9:30 a.m. Divine Ser.
Ice, 11:00 a.m. Youth's Meeting, 4:30 D.m
SUNDAY: Bible Lecture, 7 JO p.m.
WEDNESDAY: Bible Study and Prayer
Service. 7:30 ta
Psclflo Slde-Pantmt eV Bilboa
. District Pastor WJI. Waller
(Tel. 28 S-5843)
Ctbo Verde, Ave. J. F. de la Ossa No.
0. Panami No. 2. Jamaica Society Hall
"S" SL No. A ChorriUo. 2th St No. 27.
Pueblo Nuevo, 2-A St between 3rd and
4th St. Rio Abajo, 11th St No. 17.
Balboa Chapel. 044 Gavilan Rd. Balboa
(Saturday only). -
Spanish Churches Panam Jk Crlstdbal
uistrict rsstor riuoen huii
Panama, Calle Darlen Na 8. Cristobal
titk St aS Bolivar Ave,
' Gamboa ek FrJJole
.Olstrlet Pastor A. A. Grinle
... (Tel. 102)
. Gamboa, Praltt Parkway. Frllolsa,
Atlantio Side Cot6n M Cristobal
District Pastor V. G. Newman
." (Tel. 38 8s.Ll
Colon,' 3rd. St Centra Ave, CxurtO-
oal, leth 6t it Bolivar Ave.
Jewlsrt Welfare Board Bid. 792-X La
Boca Road, Balboa, CZ. Rabbi Nathan
Witkin. Director. ;
Servlca Friday,, 130 pm. Saturday.
5:30 p.m
(See ala listings at Jewish tervlces
under Posts, Bass and Stations)..
Congregation Kol Shearlth Israel. Ave Ave-nlda
nlda Ave-nlda Cubi and 36th Street, Bella Vista,
Panami City. Services 8:00 pm,
Lutheran
REEDEMER LUTHERAN CHURCI
Balboa Road
Re. W. M. Ciamemke, Paster
' Sunday School, Bible clas 8:00 am.
Divine Service 10:15 a.m.
Divine Service at Margarita Sunday
2:l pm. ..

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the committee later, has said that!
he oflered $2,5W to Case's re-

, election campaign after learning
that he at one tune favored the
bill. But Neff insisted there were
"no strings attached" to the con

tribution.
Meantime, it was learned Neff Neff-has
has Neff-has been subpenaed to appear'
before a federal grand jury here
which it making an independent
investigation of the case. The1,
Justice Department disclosed I
last week that it had ordered an
FBI inquiry.
Case, who eventually voted a-i
gainst the gas bill passed by the'
Senate- Monday, told the Senate
committee he received a telegram
bearing the signature of John
Griffin, Sioux Falls druggist, who
had been accepting campaign con contributions
tributions contributions for him. i

Case said the telegram read: "I
want competition. Please vote for
passage of the Harris-Fulbright
(gas) Dill."
Case testified that the telegram;
Congress, first mentioned the tele telegram
gram telegram at a morning session of the
committee's day-long hearing.:
When he resumed nis testimony
in the afternoon, he said Griffin
had visited his office "in the last
10 minutes."
When the telegram was pro-,
duced for Griffin, Case related,!
the druggist declared: "I never i
sent the telegram.' t
Cawe testified that the telegram i
was among sveral he had re-!
ceived before the Senate approved!
the gas bill. Committee Chair-!
man Walter F, George (D-Ga) said
the group will consider Case's sug-
gesuon mac au oi inem.De sur
penaed. :
Unilarim Sociely
To Hold Panel
Discussion Sunday
! The Unitarian Society win pre present
sent present a panel discussion on the
subject of "Communication In the
Liberal Church;' You, Your Emo Emotions
tions Emotions and Your Church" tomorrow
at 10:30 a.m.
The panel will consist of Calm-
ar A. Batalden, moderator, and!
unofficially representing several i
viewpoints Mrs. Leta Harmon, e-
ducator, Mrs. C. R. Bowen, social
worker, John A. Morales typical!
Zonian, and Army Lt. A. Kauf-1
man.' .' ..' - .'.:,.'
This program is part of a series
of discussions under the general
heading of "Disciplines ol Liber
ty." The material usea was as
semhled bv the nroeram and a-
dult education committees of the
American Unitarian Association,
from articles printed in the month
ly publication, The Christian ite-eistM-.
- -'
The meeting place is the Unita-
r an Center. Building 3bZ Ancon
Boulevard, between Tivoli Avenue
and Frangipani street, Ancon. au
interested persons from of Pa
nama and the Canal Zone are in
vitcd to attend, and to remain, af
terward for the Fellowship hodr.

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,CE FOUR
TH2 PANAMA AMiriCAN AN INrtlTMTNT DAILT

Senate Probers Str.rt Inquiry

nto Bribe Offer To Sen. Case

(tos&ir, Truo Life Adventures

Dakota friend of Case alter -certaining
that the senator
was leanir.j in !a?or of the
fas bill. Case rejected the of

ler. ,!
He disclosed the episode dur-!
Ing last-minute debate on the!

;gas legislation, ..throwing the:

senate Into an uproar which n-1
nally led to creation of the e-!
lect Investigating group.
George said the committee i
may ask Nef f whether toe has i
made contributions to other

senators. But he indicated that!
j committee questioning would 1
i stop there without bringing out
! the names ol any other possible
irecipients, ; "'. i
j Under rules laid down by the
! Senate in approving the limited 1
inquiry, he said: "WTe obviously i
' do not hare the authority to go :
into whether he contributed to
senator 'Y.
Chairman Thomas C. Hennin(s:

Jr. (D-Mo.) of the Senate Selsc-I
INCENSED'" A Attorney John Uons subcommittee was blocked!
M. 'Xetf tells newsmen at Lex- i temporarily in an effort to con-
IriiAon Neb., he Is "incensed'' atlduct a broader Investigation in-
tne way Sen. Francis Case (R-5 to oil-gas Industry campaign;
BP) seems to be handling the j contributions. However, subcom-j
rai of trie hichlv Dublicized of-imittee Democrats have said

f?r of $2,aQ0 to Case's political; they Intend to press ahead with
ramnaiea. ..; i the Inquiry.

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volunteer the names of other re

clpients of his contributions at

fcen. Walter F. George (D-Ga!) the special inquiry tomorrow.

said yesterday Senate investiga-f Any such leads could be pur-

tors will not bring other sena- sued by the Henntngs subcom subcom-tors
tors subcom-tors into their "very narrow" j mittee if the George group lacks
Inquiry into a controversial Jurisdiction to follow th uo.
SCO campaign contribution" to George insisted that his in-j
fcen. Fiancis Case (R-SJ3.). j vestigatlon is "a very narrow;
George is chairman of a select, one" and "we have just limited1
four-man Senate committee j authority."
which opens a public investiga- j Case will be the committee'
tion today into the donation of- first witness tomorrow. Special
lered Case by an attorney in-j committee counsel Charles W,j
tercsted in passage of the nat-iStendman said four other witii
ural gas bill, i inesses have been called, some,
- r ... 'of them from outside Case's1

, Television cameras wui be home state of gouth Dakot4.
permitted to film at least the j

opening oi nie iincsutauuu.
George said the extent of TV
Coverage will depend on the at attitude
titude attitude of witnesses and any dis disruptive
ruptive disruptive effect they might have
on the hearings.
Attorney John W. Nff.
Ington, Neb., has admitted he
left the $2-500 with South

Soviets Plan Use
Of Parly (onaress
To Shov Strength

LONDON, Feb. 11 (UPV- Sov.
iet leaders plan to use the 20th
Communist party congress as a
showcase for Russian internal and

external itrcnRht, diplomatic dis

'Compromise Eases
:Loaiam On German

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;Rearmament Plans day. . ..

- ( The Congress opening in Moscow
It tONN, Gcrraanv, Feb. 11' (UP) Feb. 14 is expected to be one of
rhanrclinr Kftnrad A.lenauer' th liveliest and most outspoken

Christian Democrats conijiromisediln the recent history of the Soviet
'with the Socialists in Parliament! Union.
'today to break the logjam on West) The central elements of tM;
'Germany's rearmament program. meeting will be the growing j
' Christian Democrats in t h 1 1 awareness of Russians military i
'Bundestag agreed to Socialist de- and economic power,-a new drive j
fitiimds to consider and vote on. in the peace offensive and the)

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strengthening of world ties

Communism.
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affirm, the role of the Communist
party as the decisive state instrur

ment ana me principle m twice

ft... .u. i f 10-. a Rut tho tiro- tivi ipaflcraniD

riram is so far behind schedule Reports from Moscow Jndicale
' that the prospect of meeting the; move to solidify the party s con con-:
: con-: timetable are fading. The fledgling j trol and direction of the ambitious
Wunteer force now totals only 3,-'industrial and agricultural pro-
grams under the new five year
Y! plan. The plan emphasizes heavy
" The joldiers "bill, details the ( industry, atomic power, automa automa-trUhts
trUhts automa-trUhts and duties of the West Gcr-ition development and the mass
man soldier. 1 training of technicians.

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SATURDAY. rEESUAHT 11. 1"

TH2 PAXA'IA AMLHICAN AN INDLFENn.V f DAILY SETVSPAFES
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MISS MARITZA, DIEZ, CARNIVAL QIEFV V
OF THE IMON CLUB, REIGNS TONIGHT '.,
At a gila coronation ball to be held tonight at the ln:-n Club
; in Panama. Miss Marit Diet will be crowned Carnival Queen
for 1951. 51i libers of the Diplomatic Corps, and prominent so society
ciety society .figures from Panama and the Canal Zone will be on hand hand-to
to hand-to view 4he regal entrance of the Queen, accompanied by. her
maids and knights.
The Union Club ball has been an annual racial affair of Im Importance
portance Importance on the Isthmus since 'Its Inception in 1910. Tomorrow
tvenlnj at the Union Club will feature "Pollers Night."
Simultaneously, at the hetel El ranania, the coronation of
Queen Liz I will be held with traditional pomp and panoply to
mark the first f four days of Carnival revelry. Three orchestras
will provide music for dancing, beginning at 9 p.m.
' The start'of Carnival also will be observed at other cJuba
and restaurants on both sides of the border,

DEETIS6S

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column should submitted i tp tp-wrlitea
wrlitea tp-wrlitea form ind mailed to one of
the ban lumbtn lwtd daily in "So.
rial and Uthtnnt." sr hvd
by hand U the office. Notice of
meeting! cannot b accepted by lele
phooe.

VFW Meets Monday
Lt. Garvyn H. Moumblowi
Memorial Post 8778 will hold its
regular business meeting Mon-i
day, Feb. 13, at the Post hoinej
in Cristobal. Commander ft.
Robinson has urged all members;
to be present. Any veteran with j
overseas service also is welcome,

to Join.

FEBRAURY 18th!

i

THE RECEIVING LINE at ft reception given for Under Secretary and, Mrs. Charles C.
Finucane by Lt. Geo. and Mrs. W. K. Harrison, Jr., Wednesday evening at the Quarry Heights
residence1 the Commander In Chief, Caribbean Command, show (left to right): tt Col.'W.

Coral Chapter No. 3 .' i
Plans Tuesday Mettirir

The regular monthly rueetinp of i

will be held Tuesday, Feb. 14.1-.B- "Kenzie, U-S. Army, a staff officer from Headquarters, Caribbean Command, who Is serv serv-Eallotine,biifiInessand
Eallotine,biifiInessand serv-Eallotine,biifiInessand inttiaUt)n;.lnfir s Alde to swretarv Finucane durlni his vMk.lon itv"is. Te(ii,.. n,.,..-

are on me agenaa, oi tne uaiun . , .. t . ., ...v luluuluo, m,a. rmuuucj

organization.

Miliary Fngineers Soc'etv
To Hold Meetinr Monday

The Canal Zone Post, gocletyjdisaster, where thoy had worked

of American Military Engineers, t with, the deceased mjssionarjesj

will hold a dinner m'ettr snflin the past- Mr. Eicfienbersjer in

field inspection next Monday i currently interning at Gorzasi
evening. The troup will ss-.em-i Hospital. Both plan to return to
ble at 6 p.m. at the C P 0. Club. Ecuador and missionary work ir.

Rodman, for dinner and a brief ithe future. i

review of the "Drd.m Pro- Mrs. Eichenberger'i talk was
gram of the Panama Canal Com-1 delivered to ladies from Ui

panv" by Colonel Hugh M. Ar- Protestant Ladies Guilds ol fort

Secretary Finucane; Mrs, Harrison; Lt Gen. Harrison, and Capt. Ruseli L. Craig, U. 8. Army,
Aide to Lt. Gen. Harrison. (U,S. Apmy photo)'

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Mil i !i;

nold. Corps of Engineers, engi engineering
neering engineering and construction direc director,
tor, director, Panama Canal Company.

Kobbe and Fort Amador, and

was. followed by an interna;

tour of the new. Chapel Annex

t ojiowinji mis. me pvom win ouliaing at FPVt Clayton,, coil

board launches to visit the US ducted by. Mrs. B- B. Herridonj

Mindl. pipe line suction dtwej president of the f ort Claytpn
operating in the Balboa-Mlraflo- Guiid. ; '
res area. Sport shirts should be Refreshment were served &fter
worn. Reservations should be .the rrueetlng.
made with Capt. Lawrence Vl.k

Norton, phone 85-2233 or Col. E.I

M. Browder, jr., C.E., Reserve,
phone Balboa 2323.

Travel Film Series

Ends On Monday
The final picture In the nres

ent travel series at the Balbpa:

YMCA-VSO will be shown rted

Monday at 7:30 p.m.
Two films will be shown ntl

tied "Wings to Vikinc Land'

UNION CLUB'S QUEEN MARITZA :

Zone. The double ring ceremony

was performed by Father Rob Robert
ert Robert R. Vignola, C.M.

The lovely bride wore a balle

rina length dress of embroidered w.,
tafffa ith inn. ..ith ncl CJippei at War."

tiny buttons and a hort j acket h f I tt. T
Her shoulder length veil fell "Vb8 publlc ls cotdM
from a fitted cap of nylon tulle.! v

sue; wore white procade slippers.
Her bouquet was a nosegay of
red roses around a white orchid.
Miss Margaret Forrest, the

Dr. Luis M. Cornejo AVeds their quarters in Ft. Amador
Mrs. Ida AleniaH (jfJabert I.Thursday evening, -.-
Mrs. Ida Aleman Gelabert was
married late yesterday to Dr. Colombian Ambassador
Luis Manuel COinejo In ;i pri- FeteJ At Despedida
vate ceremony Cristo Reyi Dr. Teofllo Quintero Fex, Co
rhurfh in Panama. Mrs. cccilif. lombiaa Ambassador to Pana-

Pinel Remon and Mr. Antonio-, ma, wno Is leaving soon for- hi

Di'ides-oniy attenaant, wore a

pale blue ballerina length dress,
a small blue hat and matching
slippers. She carried a nosegay
of yellow roses. A 'reception was
held following the ceremony at
the Elks Home in Brazos
Heights. :

Receiving with the bride and

Cotillion T'nb Dance
Set For Tonight

The Cotillion club will bofd a
"Sport Shirt Dance" tonitrht

lasting. from 8; 30 p.m. to 12:3C

a.m. Music for the dance will fje

supplied by the Royal Sultans

The affair will be held at the I

Brazos Brook Country club.

CORONATION TONIGHT!

FIRST
BIG
NIGHT
OF 6l'K4
4 -DAY
FIESTA.
BE SURE
TO SEE
THE

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:y'- -ftti $'' :':

CROWMNG of HER MAJESTY, UZ I,
and DANCE at HER CORONATION BALL!.
THREE ORCHESTRAS
"LOOK" magazine will photograph our "carnival "fiestas.
- (NO CIAJB 4:30 tonight -Entrance-pi 59-
Call Max 3-lBflO f,or reservations
Tomorrow, SUNDAY lYO
POLLERA NICHT- rP
the beautiful parade of ', l.
national costume ; a KHtr Howl

Gelabert. were sponsors at the new post in Mexico, was honor- groom-were the latter's parents

marriage.

Alejandro Remons Honor

Mr. and Mrs. tanucane

Panama's Minister of uovern- juuo ncurteroaue
iont -and :.Tusticp Alejandro Re- Visiting Isthmus

Mr, Julio Ernesto Heurtematte

ed recently by Mrs. Dora A. de, who' arrived from Miami for the

Arias at a aespeaida ouunf ai. wedding and also their other son

ment and Justice Alejandro

mnn and Mrs. Remon cave a

luncheon yesterday hi the Bena1 has arrived on the Isthmus from
Vista Toon of the Hotel El Pan- Washington, D.C, for afl indef-

ama jn honor or Army Diwuiwe &iuy.

Secretary-and Mrs. unancs
Finucane. -rV:

who is presently stationed at
Coco Solo. Tha refreshment ta-

Ible held a beautiful three-tiered

j wedding cake and between each
;of the column supported tiers
jwas a well full of lilys of the val valley.
ley. valley. -' -.-...,rA:A f.

The youne counle spent their

honevmoon nn the Pacific Side.!

nir, Aiexanuer neimore Thev are now r making thelc

v nies in unai ,une nome in Ciatun.
.Mexican Ambassador Mrs, Alexander wetmore has Mrs. Whelan graduated from
EntErtains At Dinner arrived in the Canal Zone from the Touro Infirmary School of
The Mexican Ambassador to, Colombia to join her husband, a Nursing and also from Tulane
Panama, Mr. Rafael Fuentes noted ornithologist who h asjuniversity in 1953. She is on the
and Mrs. Fuefltes were hosts last made numerous studies of Isth-j Nursing gtaff of the Coco Solo

miaa birds. Dr. and Mrs. Wet-i Hospital. Mr. Whelan attended
more are staying at the Tlvoll! school in New York and is em-

Guest House.

Minnesotans Visiting

noma ramily

evenine at a dinner honoring

Mr. Jose Maria ,: Ortiz Tirade,
former president of the Supreme
Court; of Mexico. Mr. Ortiz Tlra Tlra-rin
rin Tlra-rin is en route to Brazil as a spe

cial tnvov ito the swejirlns-in Mrs. ManueJ 11. stein and her, Course Opens Monday

ceremonies "of the President. Mr. 'daughter,; Barbara, of Hibbinc.t ,A new spring flower arrange

Ortiz Tirado is the house guest Minnesota, have arriyed on the j ment course has been organized

of Ambassador Fuentes.

ployed by the Canal Zone Police

New Spring Flower

So simple
when you
know how!
. Ballroom Dancing
Classes for Adulis and Teens
Conducted ly PAT RAMER,
(formerly an Instructor in Chicago'
leading; dance studio)
Now an Associate of Ann Lattfn's School
ef Dancing Cocoli Clubhouse Studio
upstairs Phone Balboa 2-4415

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Party Honors President
Arias, FJrst Lady -.

Mr. and Mrs. Daniel K. mo-

Isthmus to visit Mr, and Mrs. H. at the Balboa YMCA-USO to
I. Homa and Mr, and Mrs. Will- open next Monday. The morning
lam Homa. They were accompa- class will be at 9 a.m. each Mon Mon-nied
nied Mon-nied by Mi Edna Kaufman.' day for eight weeks. For those

Mrs. stem is the daughter or who are unable to eome in. the

xun were hnsfcs'. recently for thelthe -H. I. Hotnas nnd a sister ofimornine. an eveninef clasi will

President of Panama and Mrs.' William Homa. They expect toi be held at 7 p.m. The course will
Rlcardo Arias. The cocktail par-j remain approxim a t ely two!close with a flower show put on

tv was held aboard the Ludwig's
yacht Danginn which was tied

up at Balboa.- --

I'ndfr Secretary And Wife
Honored At Din fc
. Entertaining for Under Secre Secretary
tary Secretary -of the Army and Mrs. Chas.

C. Finucane and party, whu are
-YiKitinp here, the Commanding
General U.S. Caribbean. Major

weeks,'

Whelan-Gennaro Nuptial
Celebrated In Gatun
Miss Anna Gennaro, daughter
of Mr. and Mrs.. Carlo Qennaro
of Independence, Louisiana be became
came became the bride of Mr. Blcfoard
Whelan, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Gilbert Whelan of Norwood, New

York, on Friday, Feb. 3, at 4:

General Lionel C. Mcparr and p.m. at the Immaculate Qoncep-

Mrs. McGarr gave a vnnez attion Church in Gatun, Canal

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. This series will be particularly

slanted towards the dry season

ana Easter, included is a vial.

to Morgan Gardens, the use of
dried and exotic native flowers,

arrangements with the mate.

rials now at hand, and special

Easter designs for both church

and home.

Mrs. Pat Morgan, who has
taught thousands of students on

the Isthmus, will again be in
charge of the course.

Written material will be in

both English and Spanish.
Those wishing to enroll are
requested to register at the
YMCA. There is no charge for
enrolling.

Talk On Missionaries
Heard By Guild Ladies
I Mrs. Ralph Eichenberger, re re-'cently
'cently re-'cently of Ecuador, addressed the
,Fort Clayton Protestant Ladies
! Guyd during the regular month monthly
ly monthly meeting early this wesK, in a
discourse cone erning "The
Death of the Five Missionaries"
I Mrs. Eichenberger wag person personally
ally personally acquainted, with the mls mls-,
, mls-, sionaries who were recently kill killed
ed killed in Ecuador by the Auca in-
dians, a savage tribe which they
i had been attempting to befrJend.
. She ,and Jier .Jtiusband.rece;Uil

: returned from their, home ati
Shell Mara, the nearst civilizeai
community to the scene of the

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Political Storms
Swirl As Gronchi
Discusses US Trip
ROME, Feb. II (UP) -rrcsid.
nt r.invanni nrnnrhi discussed tie'
aiic nf hie fnrthcomine tour of
the United States with U.S. Ambas Ambassador
sador Ambassador Clare Boothe Lie today
amid !; a heightening diplomatic
storm over his views of American
foreign 'policy.-
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A presidential spokesman said
the talks centered on "detailed
plans" for Gronchi's tour which
will start with an official visit to
Washington as a guest of Presid President
ent President Eisenhower Feb. 27.
Gronchi, who Is turning the ItaV
iair presidency into a strong seat
f rmwor is. reDorted miffed at
U.S. Secretary of State John Fos
ter Dulles and at odds witn Amer American
ican American foreign policy which he con con-aiders'
aiders' con-aiders' too rigid.
CAiiriui coiH Oronr.hi and Mrs
WU.wv- ...
Luce sought to culm tension with
their conference.
Picnic Is Planned
For Las Cuarenta
A gTand "Jolly-Time" Picnic will
ke held on the grounds of Las
Cuarenta.. Pedregal, on weanes
day. Fehruarv 22. The occasion,
which is being sponsored by the
Primrose Benevolent Society, will
be highlighted with music by a
popular orchestra, athletic games,
and other attractions of amuse
ment.
Transportation, which will be
furnished bv the sponsors, will
1enve the Sojourners Building, No,
1 P Street from 8:30 a.m. to 11:30
a.m. and will return from the pic
nic grounds at 5:30 p.m.
The public is cordially invited.
Special Services
At'St. airistophcrY
Appropriate services will mark
the observance of "Quinquagesi "Quinquagesi-ma"
ma" "Quinquagesi-ma" the Sunday next before
F ".t at St, Christopher's Mission,
kio Abajo, tomorrow.
SDecial services will be conduct
ed on Ash Wednesday, the first
dav of Lent. There will be a cel
ebration of the. Holy Communion
at 8 a.m., followed by Imposition
of Ashes. At 7 p.m., the Litany
and Penitential Office will be rec recited,
ited, recited, also followed by the Imposi Imposition
tion Imposition of Ashes.
STATIONS OF THE CROSS
Bcgninning at 7 p.m., the' Sta Stations
tions Stations of the Cross will be "conduct "conduct-eJ
eJ "conduct-eJ every Friday evening, starting
n-:i week. At those services spec specif
if specif a! 'revet, will be delivered by
i'k' fsiieat-iii-eharte.

FOR SALE
Household

FOR SALE:- Mahogany double
bed with snartresa and spring, 2
night ttblti tudiprejd, I i pil pillow
low pillow covers, 2 wrought iron lamps.
Excellent condition, Phone J3 J3-.
. J3-. 3216.': .".
FOR SALE: Household furnish,
fags, including new wrought iron
furniture, dishei, luggage, cam camera.
era. camera. Call Balboa 2733.
FOR SALE; Shpir console console-pint
pint console-pint piano, perfect condition,
look Jike new, c I o r black.
2317-A tat Cruci, Balboa.
FOR SALE .-Studio couth $3S.
tofa-bed 440k 9 12 wool rug
$35, bookcai; heardboard $10.
giri't 20-inch bicycle SI 5. Tel Telephone
ephone Telephone Kobbe 5297.
FOR SALE: Hallicrafter radio,
model S-40-B, 25 er 60-cycle,
excellent condition. All bandt and
tuitable for broadcast and ihort
war,1itenr, talj Balboa 1167.
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FOR SALE: Two metal droit-,
art, tw potch' tcreent, and mii mii-cellaneout
cellaneout mii-cellaneout houiehold goodi. Tel Telephone
ephone Telephone 3329 Balboa.
FOR SALE: Oak table, four
chain, buffet, car heater. Tele Telephone
phone Telephone Balboa 2-4157.
FOR SALE: Wtinhouie re re-frigerator,
frigerator, re-frigerator, poru .. n. 1$ cycle,
good condition, $33, f none 4.
566. v. .-
FOR SALE: 2 G.I. cor tpringt,
mahogany framet, 6 G.I. mat--Irenes
$30; 1 Steinway upright
piano $300. Phone 84-6244.
Virginia Fcrda
Dies In Gore's
After Long Illness
Mrs. Virginia Forde, a former
resident of Paraiso. died early
tnis morning in Gorgas Hospi Hospital
tal Hospital after a long Illness.
A Barbadian, jrtiahad beenjlv
inar at Chilibre' since)the retire
iment of her husband.- Eliiah
Forde, from Panama Canal serv service.
ice. service. ..'
In addition to her husband,
she Is survived by her son Jo Joseph,
seph, Joseph, her daughters, Amlnta and
Constapqla, .three, grandchildren
and two1 terdat-gfandtttildreri.
Funeral arrangements have
not been announced.
Army Announces
Parole 01 lifer
HEIDELBERG, Germanv, Feb,
11 (UP1- IT.- S. Arm" autTion ties
today announced the- paro'e of a
German war criminal who was
sentenced to life imprisonment for
the murder of an American Air
man. 1
The Army said the release of
Herman Brueckner, 63, was rec
ommended unanimously by t h e
Ainea-umian.e clemency f board
whose decision is binding on Am American
erican American officials who supervise the
Landsberg war crimes prison.
Bruckner was convicted March.
1947, on charges of participating
in the murder of a U. S. Airman
near Weimar, in July, 1944., JHe
was an aauxjliary, policeman at
the timei 5-Si- X"i :' :'
His life? f entente wa teduced
to 30 years in July; 1954. He has
been on medical parole for the
past two years in a hospital near
Augsberg. : n'f'V
PC Supervisors
Pass On Info
Eleven Panama Canal Co. gov
ernment supervisors who recently
completed a sevenweek training
course in work simplification are
now conducting similar classes
for supervisory personnel in their
own organization.
B. J. Elich, assistant tof the dir
ector ot the aupply Bureau, was
the first of the original group to
broaden the work simplification
program by conducting additional
classes both in the printing plant
ana. me duplicating unit,; .
Additional classes are now be
ing conducted this month by R E,
Cox, of the Commissary Division;
J. O. DesLondes, of the Storehouse
Division; George Daniels, of the
Personnel JBureauv,W.v If. Essling-
er, chief of the Meteorological
and Hvdroeranhic Branch: H.
Gandy,- of thealntenanpe-Dlvi.
sion; E. V. Romigh, of the Dredg Dredging
ing Dredging Division; W. M. Sergeant, of
the Contract and JnspctUoa Bure Bureau;
au; Bureau; H. E. Turner of the Storehouse
Division; T.1 J. Wilber, of the E E-lectrical
lectrical E-lectrical Division; C. W. ,Virtz,
of the Commissary Division, ; and
Wells D, Wright, of the Engineer
ing Division.
Coneurrenlly two more work
simplification classes for other

MISCELLANEOUS

ALCOHOLICJ ANONYMOUS
BOX 2031, ANCON, CZ.
BOX 121 i, CRISTOBAL. CZ.
TALLER SABANAS General
mechanical work and crane work,
painting and greasing.
FOR SALE
Miscellaneous
OUTSTANDING BARGAIN: Pi Piper
per Piper tri-pactr PA-22, Super cut-,
torn, beit condition, certificate!.
Phone Compania T, A.S. A. 34
1180. Aeropuerto Paitilla-(Marcos
Gelabert), Panama.
FOR SALE: Clean & Press ei ei-tabliihment.
tabliihment. ei-tabliihment. Phone 987-Lr Co Colon..
lon.. Colon.. FOR SALE: Complete Dark
Room equipment for developing,
printing and enlarging photo photograph!.
graph!. photograph!. Telephone 41 Colon.
FOR SALE; Used Croiley con con--
- con-- tple model radio and phonpgraph
combination, excellent condition.
Attractive low price of $98. Hal Hal-man,
man, Hal-man, S.A., Via Espaiia No. I.
FOR SALE; Lady's montuna
ready to wear, Curundu 2231
A. Phone 5116.
MUST SELL: Moving from city,
20-gal. hot water heater, three
montht, new, $70. 3-3992.
FOR RENT
Apartments
ATTENTION G. 1.1 Just built
modern furnished apartments, I,
2 bedrooms, hot, cold we let,
Phone Panama 3-4941.
FOR RENT; Newly furmthed 1
and unfurniihed apartment!, Al-
hambra Apartments, 1 0th Street
No. 8061, Phone 1386 Colon.
FOR RENT: Modern two-bedroom
apartment, living-dining
room, maid's and laundry room,
screened, hot water. For further
details please call 3-4946, 3 3-6737.
6737. 3-6737. FOR RENT: Furnished apart
ment, including refri g r a t o r,
fif porch, parlor-dininf room, kitch-
en, bedroom, tiled, all screened,
; $60. Apply 112 Via Belisaria
Porras, near Roosevelt Theater.
FOR RENT: Spacious two-bedroom,
two-bath ..screened apart apartment.
ment. apartment. Living room, diping room,
garage and maid's quarter. Pri Pri-1
1 Pri-1 vate entrance, Campo Alegre.
Phone Panama 3-0873
FOR RENT: Top floor of houie
31 -A Franciico Filet Street,
Vista Harmoia. Inquire Chalet
31.
FOR RENT; 1 -bedroom apart apartment,
ment, apartment, completely furnished with
dishei and linen. Garage, garden, -hot
water, G.I. inspected. 9th St.
No. 47, San Francisco. Phone
3-5356..,,..-,..
fx
FOR RENT: Best located one-,
room furnithed apsrtment. Clean
and comfortable. 43rd Street No.
13-
FOR RENT: Furnished apart apartment,
ment, apartment, living room, dining room,
2 bedrooms, refrigerator, stove.
43rd Street No. 64, Bella Vista.
FOR
RENTs-i2-bedroem aper
ment, furnished,
$65. '
Call 3-2737.
Special Meetings
At Gamboa Church
Special revival meetings at Bam Bam-boa.
boa. Bam-boa. S.D.A church will be held Sun
days, Wednesdays a n d Fridays,
Meetings commence at 7:15 p. m.
with gospel singing. Topic for Sun Sunday
day Sunday is The Man Who Tried Aga-
in"
Take Course,
To Personnel
company-government employes In
supervisory positions were start
ed by James G. E. Maguire of the
Executive Planning Staff, who is
in charge of this program. Thir
teen employes are enrolled in the
Pacific side class and ten in the
one being conducted on the At
lantic Side.,,
The supervisors taking this seri
es ot six two-hour classes come
from the Commissary Division, the
office of the Comptroller, Termin
als Division; customs Division;
Postal Division, Engineering and
Construction Director's office, Coco
Solo Hospital, and the Storehouse
Division.
The study of work simplifica simplification
tion simplification is being carried on by ad administrative
ministrative administrative and office employes
of the Canal organization on a
continuing basis With each unit
supervisor training other personnel
in his division.
This proflranv which wilLbe .ex .extended
tended .extended to the craft employes at
:a ;later date, has been described
as a common-sense,' step-by-step
method of anatyzing and improv improving
ing improving our work, it is primarily de
signed to eliminate waste-waste of
time-waste of effort-and waste of
money.

FOR SALE
Automobiles

FOR SALE: 1955 Ford Country
Sedan, Leaving for States. Tele Telephone
phone Telephone 2-1360 Balboa.
FOR SALE: 1951 Mrr con convertible,
vertible, convertible, duty paid; Sail reason reasonable.
able. reasonable. Consider trade. ABERNA ABERNA-THY,
THY, ABERNA-THY, Phone 3-0264.
FOR SALE: '55 Triumph TR2
Sports Car. Black, overdrive, rac racing
ing racing kit, 2500 miles, many ex extras,
tras, extras, A-1. See TSgt. Blckford,
Qtrs. 2698, Albreok, attar 5
p.m. $1995.
FOR SALE: 1951 Studebaker
V-8 Commander 2-doer Sedan.
Call 2-1713 Balboa.
FOR SALE: 1956 Singer Road Roadster,
ster, Roadster, less than 1000 milas $1400.
: Dual carburetors.: Call Albreok
' 6274. r
FOR SALE: 1955 Chevrolet.
Betania 705. Can be seen Satur Saturday
day Saturday and Sunday ill day. Phon
J-4276
FOR SALE: 1953 Ford 6-cyl
radio, heater, overdrive and un undercoat,
dercoat, undercoat, 2 new tires, $1100 or
make an offer. Phone 87-6133,
83-7285
FOR SALE: 1955 Chevrolet
Deluxe 4-door 'sedan with V8
engine, powerglide transmission,
directional lights, beautiful two two-ton
ton two-ton blue and, other deluxe fac factory
tory factory appointment!. New- condi condition,"
tion," condition," Leaving for States. Must
sell. $1895 full price. Phone
Balboa 2-1515.
FOR SALE: 1950 Chevrolet 4 4-door
door 4-door sedan. Reasonable. 84 84-6286.
6286. 84-6286. Qtrt. 67-B.
FOR SALE-1947 Buick four four-door,
door, four-door, in good condition, with ra radio,
dio, radio, 4 new tires. Phone 3-2293.'
FOR SALE: '53 Hillman Minx
4-door, duty paid, perfect con condition.
dition. condition. First $800 caih gets it.
Phone Colon 41 or 198.
FOR SALE: 1949 Ford Fordor
V8, Leaving for States. Quarter
6306-B Farfan. Phone Navy
3755.
Ada Rich cits D;
Funeral Tomorrow
Mrs. Ada Ricketts. longtime res
ident of Panama City, died in San.
to Tom as Hospital on Thursday
morning, leaving an ill husband
who had been sick for 15 years
Mrs. Ricketts was a member of
the Seventh Day Adventist Church
and the United Health At Burial
Scheme of Panama. The latter or organization
ganization organization is in charge of funeral
arrangements. ine was Dorn
Jamaica June 17. 1888.
Funeral services will be at the
Seventh Day Adventist Church To
morrow evening at 4 o ciock ioi-.
lowed, by interment, at the Her Her-rera
rera Her-rera cemetery.
Survivors are: son, A r t h u r;
daughter, Hazel and grand-daughter,
Dorothy Pickering.
US Ambassador
Receives Officers
Of ROA Chapter
In connection with the 33rd an
nual observance of National De Defense
fense Defense Week, U.S. Ambassador Ju
lian F. Harrington received Col.
Robert A. Stevens, U.S. Air Force
Reserve, president of the Canal
Zone Chapter of the Reserve Of Officers
ficers Officers Association and Lt. Col. M.
. Deerwester, vicepresident of
he organization, in his office at
he American Embassy yesterday.
Deerwester is chairman of this
year's National Defense Week
program, the opening event
wnicn win De a ounei ana dance
next Friday evening, at 7 p.m. at
the Albrook Officers Club,
The gathering will be address addressed
ed addressed by Gen. Ilightower, and will
be attended by members of the
military stationed in this area and
their wives.
St. Peter's Preps
For Lenten Season

Holy 'communion will be cele celebrated
brated celebrated at St.; Peter's church in
La Boca tomorrow the Sunday
next before lent, with 6Decial in

tentions for the church of India,
Pakistan, Burma and Ceylon, and
also the bishop of Calcutta.

parting 7 a.m., the celebration il
will be choral with sermon by the;
Rev. John Spear. He will als oil

preach, at 'evening, 7!30 p.m.
tl. : i :n
inc .pmisii wiu iuto io uie oo oo-servance
servance oo-servance of lent on Wednesday.
In connection with holy commu
nion 7 a.m., there will be blessing
and imnnsitinn nf ashes, followed
by litany .and the penitential of
fice. Ashes will again be imposed
any time between noon and 6 p.m.
Under the auspices of the Wom
an's Auxiliary, World Day of
Prayer will be observed next Fri

day. with prayer -4wns4luruigJ

we day. At ,7:30 p.m., Father
Spear will conduct stations of thei
cross and meditation. I

These devotions will be held each
Friday night of the lenten season,
while the litany or penitential of-
fiee will be said Monday through
Thursday nights.

FOR SALE

Real Estate
FOR SALE: Let 1242 square
meters, Guadalupe Settlement.
Bequete, 60c. square meter. Tel Telephone
ephone Telephone 2-1706 from S t 12,
and 2 te 5. ;
FOR SALE : Vacation and re retirement
tirement retirement hm, turniihed, facing
en, beautiful view, 350 yards
from Gorgona Beach. Only 50
mi let from Balboa. More than
$5000 invetted. Sacrifice $3500.
Phon Balboa 4474.
LESSONS
ATTENTION WEST BANK
lallreoni Dancing Clatses art
available te you... now. Con Conducted
ducted Conducted by Pat Ramer, formerly
an instructor in Chicago' lead-
ing Dance Studio. New an aite aite-eiat
eiat aite-eiat of Ann Lattin't School of
Dance. Cecoli Clubhouse Studio
(upstairs),' Phone Bal 2-4415.
FOR RENT
Houses
FOR RENT: Furnithed chalet:
2 bedroom .and studio. 47th
Street Ne. 1-02. Phone 3-1306
Panama.
FOR RENT: Three-bedroom
chalet, swimming pool, barbecue,
$150. Old Golf Club entrance.
Phone 3-2079.
FOR RENT: Modern chalet: 2
bedroom with bathrooms each
ohe, living-dining room, kitch kitchen,
en, kitchen, porch and garage $90. Tele Telephone
phone Telephone 3 4968 day,3 6373
night. ,'
FOR RENT.- For two months,
completely furnished three-bedroom
chalet, $125 monthly. Ap Apply
ply Apply personally 43rd Street N.
1 -77 Panama.
FOR RENT: Unfurnished two two-bedroom,
bedroom, two-bedroom, carport, maid's room
and bath, balcony, hot water
tank available.-Near El Panama.
3-3992. $110.
MemoriaF Service
For Fibleuil
A memorial serv'ce will be
held at San Miguel Church
Tuesday morning at 7 for the
late Marceau Fibleuil, who was
killed by a railroad train last
week. i
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RESORTS

Shrepnel'i furnished house
beech et Santa Clare. Telephone
Thompson, Balk 1772.
Gramlich's Santa Clara Beach
Cottages. Modern conveniences,
moderate rate. Phone Gemboa
6-441.
FOSTER'S COTTAGES. On mile
past Caiino. Lew relet. Phone
Bolboa 1866.
PHILLIPS Oceonside Cottage,
Santa Clara. Box 435, Botbec
Phone Panama 3-1877. Critte Critte-fcel
fcel Critte-fcel 3-1673.
V ON THE MONEY
IDES MOINES. Ia. (UP)
There isn't much need for a geiger
counter in Iowa, but Des Moines

has one. Mrs. Hazel Geiger county
money as a receiving teller at
Bankers Trust Co. ;

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.LT. COL. ROBERT H. TOWNSEND, right, explains operation of J5jn.J1lT3?!tJS'
-Latin American students during a demonstration, put on by the 3d battalion, j
regiment. Chief of the USARCARIB School's Command and Staff dlvls on Colonel Town Town-send
send Town-send escorted 181 Latin American officers and cadets to Fort Davis to witness a demonstra demonstration
tion demonstration on organization of an infantry battalion. U.S. Army Photo)

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p,jA movies rv vwo tif) j

HOLLYWOOD (NEA) Holly-j they'll have to start some new net net-,ood
,ood net-,ood on TV: Those warblers sing- works. Everybody will be winning
ig "Memories Are Made of This" money and paying tlie government,
.ver looked memories made of old i You'll have to have six TV sets
novie film on TV. Memories mayl all tuned in to different shows to

- lay strange tricks, -but the tncksikeep up with things."

This is TV, MRS. JONES: When

Robm Raymond heard that a mar married
ried married couple, whose squabbles are
well known, would co-star i na big
TV spectacular, she flipped:
"I wonder ifthey'll arrange for

itritm te appear in incompatible

f's6 PROUDLY WE SERVE" is an apt .motto, for the 33d Infantry regiment' Service com
cany when it comes to the preparation oUCiod. This was proven during the month or Jan-

ild movies are playing these days

are downright murderous.
Also embarrassing for us charac characters
ters characters past 40.
Before TV cam along I cher cherished,
ished, cherished, and I'm tur other peepte

lid, a lot of wonderful memories aiar

about old movioi and movio idols.
New they're haunting all of us. Marthl Hyer, it now can be told,
. MOVie CUtieS I Once thought Were thrtnH her film stiiriin with a

hot stuff now send me only to thejSit.down strike before she was
.kitchen for a coffee break. Acting iSiven permission to star in "Ivy"

, l thought was' great at the timej0 Lux Video Theater. The TV
; now turns out to be grade A ham. rahaarcalc locrtH with ft nuw film

j Some of the plots and dialog onceigchedule, but.Martha wantcd'to
considered for academy Awards prove to her studio bosses that she
now are atrocious, J could handle a big role. They're
Harold Lloyd in "Movie Craiy"inow convinced. It's typical of the
, niade a fortune ana left meit,; part TV is playing in the ca-

; howling oacK inw. Maybe reer, of vouna performers these

v r-. i ..I. ft n .mirri tti, Di,nveinnii i ho.tto.Hrm host mo.se nianue. the 33d Tnfan

's try 'best mesa plaque and the highly, .esteemed Honor mesa plaque. Proudly displaying .the
-awards after they were presented by.lt. CoL F. B. Simmons, regimental executive officer,
(left)," are Capt. Harry L. Nicholson, Service company commanding' officer, Sfc. Robert L.
powers; unit mess steward, and Sgt..HaXe.lraiS. first cook.. ,u
. .,.; . MU.S. Army Photo)

Square Meal Def-7
'-Counting Cafories
lrt ::Yiniir Innrh- Box

BY .MRS. DOLORES I. ELLIOTT
' (Written for: NEA Service :

1 'medium- pat -butter..
1 cup whole milk :

Dinner

Large serving roast chicken no

dressing
' cup .Brussels sprouts
medium pat butter
1 tbsp, cranberry sauce
1-3 cup cucumber and onion
a4 cup whole milk;
1 medium pear

If you -carry your lunch wheni
j-ou'le dieting, take cold sliced i
meats-or fowl on eggs or cheese
or a combination of these, with j
lettuce and one thin or two very;
thin slices of lightly b u Vt e r e d'
bread or two crackers.
,You can 'also' take tomato, carv
rots, celery,' lettuce, radishes or ;
green pepper rings, and or fresh!
truits in neason.
Order half pint of. milk or take I

it in a vacuum bottle.
Clear hot soups carry well in
a vacuum bottle, too. Mixed sal salads
ads salads travel well in plastic or paper
Aims in nnnl tirAaVi"

Here's Ihe seventh day's menu! (Last of a- series.) .

for your 1400-calones a- d a y an i uinji-k

"Squaiv Meal Diet":

JACC3Y c:i twzt
By OSWALD JACOBY
Written for NEA Streice.
V

jou've seen it on "TV. A real dud
by today's comedy and acting

standards.

days.

MGM thought it had an interest interesting
ing interesting idea in dusting off great mo moments
ments moments from old movies for its TV
show, The MGM Parade. Another

dud. .. .: "'..
"Mv RiBht And Mv Cause.." a

of the sound motion picture in color,

Film Jfory 01 Korea
Bible To Bo Shown

MCM's "great moments

past couldn't match modern enter

tainment.
Some of the old films on TV are
excellent entertainment. Even with
commercialsi But every now and
then you stumble over an old mem memoryone
oryone memoryone you've cherished and it

becomes something to forget.

It's something else we can

blame on television

Supper
Broiled sandwich -2
medium' slices cheese,
1 slice toast,' no bacon
1 tomato on lettuce
cup whole milk

Breakfast
v cup orange sections
1 poached egg"
1 thin slice toast

Here's: the. last-of a seven-day j
diet on. .keeping your weight in j
check with, a ."Square M e a I

Diet,'' prepared by a consumer

north:
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WEST
AKQ1QI5
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EAST
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South
1 V
2 4
Fas

SOUTH (D)
4 None
A886S
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Q7 3
Both sides vul.
West North Est

Double Fs
4 4 Ps
4 Pass

1 4
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Pass
Pass

Opening lead 4 K

-7iiici th. Vntinnal Dairv c uuu' louay s nana was nis weewy. iaio smuw. no muie
specialist .for the National Dairy -aggressive but reasonable. North! movies or TV films are on his

which tells a story of the Bible in
Korea, will be shown at the Gam-'
boa Union Church on Sunday .at
7p.m. Everyone is cordially invit invited
ed invited to attend.
The picture presents a true dra drama
ma drama of Rev., Young Bin Im, Gen General
eral General Secretary of the Korean Bi

ble Society and the almost mira-

Memories destroyed at the turnlculous preservation of a Korean

of a dial. : i Bible manuscript. Mr. lm and his

mm m, I A ll J 1L f m .i i

kvo Aram laiKea ine prouuceis wne siuierea mucn auring ine ai-

of "Our Miss Brooks" into bring

ing back the shy.biology professor,

Mr. Boyington, for some future

episodes.
More headaches for theater own owners.
ers. owners. The company releasing 750
old RKO movies to TV will adver advertise
tise advertise the films in newspapers and
magazines with the line: "See a
movie tonightat home!"
THE WITNET: Ronnie Burns,
who plays Cyrano on a late Feb February
ruary February Burns and Allen show, bor borrowed
rowed borrowed the false nose Jose Ferrer
wore in the movie for the role.
When Ronnie tried it on for the

first time, Papa George dead dead-panned:
panned: dead-panned: ;
"Now if you could borrow Jose's
talent, too, youd' really have seme seme-thing."
thing." seme-thing."
HEAR IT NW: Gene Autry'S
thinking seriously for the first time
of putting Champion out to pasture
and joining him there except for

his weekly radio show, wo more

Council

Solons Approve Soil Bank Bill
Restoring High Price Supports

most hopples months of the Kere

an War. The Bible House in Seoul

was burned by the Communists

along with the entire stock of

Scriptures and part of the precious
manuscript. Mr. Im was forced to

hide himself and the manuscript

many times from the enemy, ri

nally he escaped to Japan where

the Bible was printed.. Today this

Book is being distributed in Ko
rea.

The maior part of the film was

taken in Korea and includes war
scenes supplied by the Signal
Corps. The Korean music used on
the sound track is played on au authentic
thentic authentic Korean instruments.
The film was produced by t h e
American Bible Society, a world worldwide
wide worldwide missionary agency which
translates, publishes and distribu distributes
tes distributes the Scriptures in many langua languages
ges languages around the world. 1

STILL BLAMELESS

WASHINGTON, Feb. 11 (UP)-'systems for that' crop is knocked
tfce Senate Agriculture Committeelout of the legislation before Cong Cong-ar
ar Cong-ar ved 12-3 early today an om-lress finally approves it.
nibuj farm bill that would. pvov I
. ide for a billion soil bank and I
WrntTpK 8upports iMessoge Sending
The measure, hammered out at i li-.-J..
a marathon session, also would ItVCninQ lYiOnaaY
provide for a two-price system for i A n jl 1d
rice,' guaranteeing 90 per cent ofjAf nQlDOQ JVYD

parity for that part of the crop i
consumed in thin eountrv and its 1 ,- i ...

possessions. Cuba and Puerto Ki-! ;,', n Mr,, -..i 4 one round of diamonds, it was

co.. tneir famines has been scheduled l flear. thi c hold onlyji
.: V . I 7 nr n i.n dpm tn mail hnme two hearts at most.

ine commttec brusnea asiae !:. j J' .Z "( r
warning of President Eisenhower j Service Center for Monday, at 7;-
that restoration of high price sup-; JO P m-

KSit-Tf oTbank I Voice recordings may be made played the deuce of hearts
cenef t of a soil bank. .. ,nJmai1 hnm. without a fUcker. South aute DroD-

" High price supports were bjj-i "V.T J I.i rlv decirlpd that Vt hnrf n ,t

rrrtrorl n1 -v an B-7 vote Some "r "'Urtuoai miicucui -, ---,,r ---
It Mti meiltoi said'station at the USO-JWB Club, KZ-started with the king-deuce of
or the committee 'nirt voir mta-t Vith hearts. i

Bmwtta nat f oT families can also be arranged for
Kuch they voted for the bill by the radio operator in charge.
as a-whole.
The final -committee action on;... .. .r... r
the, mtusure came oi.e minute a(-, nl ,

.Midnight ending an U '4 aTjy YlQnS I ND

AFn I no 0 mill I IldU

arm iwia.

NEW BRITAIN, Conn. (UP)

was quite willing to be in a slam 'schedule. Arthur E. Benoit was expecially
contract as long as South could! t relieved when police told him, it
indicate that he had length and' NOT IN THE SCRIPT: Groucho I wasn't his fault that a truck had
strength in both of the red suits Marx gazing into the TV cry stalj forced his automobile into a stop
i West opened the king of spades ''xall: "It won't be long before j sign. Benoit, who is 84, had been
and declarer won at once with every show on TV is a quiz show. I driving since 1905 without an ac-

aummys ace, discarding a low I There win oe so many qu .snows iciaeni,

iiuo noin nis nana. Me cashed the
dummy's ace of clubs. Declarer
next drew three rounds of trumps,
ending in the South hand, after
which it was clearly time to do
something about the hearts.
In the absence of hidriihff Viv

the opponents, South would ordin

arily aeveiop tne hearts by cash cashing
ing cashing the ace and then leading to-
wards the queen. The success of S
nl M ...... 1J .L .1. I

me nam wuuiu men aepena on
finding the- king of hearts in the
West hand.
In this case, however, South
knew that West held at least 10
cards in the- blaek suits. Since

West had already followed suit to

South therefore beean the hearts

by leading a low card from his!
hand towards the dummy. When

t f nA

spent11 hours on Saturday; i T ( )h;prvn tOTV

An evening trip to the Canal Zo-

Having thus, loacted the kine of

hearts; South finessed dummy's
five of hearts, and East was ob obliged
liged obliged to win with the jack- East
returned a spade, and South ruffed
in his own hand. He got to dummy
by ruffing his last club with dum dum-my's
my's dum-my's last trump and then led the

queen of hearts through East, li

It didn t' matter whether or not f

SHOWING AT YOVR SE RVICE
CENTER THEATRES TODAY
v DIABLO HTSi-. S:15 1:45 GAMBOA
' jnii, mar'bm '"'' "Stranger Wore A Gun'
-- t DEAN Sun. 'SKr.V TEAK ITCH
- "EAST OF EDEN' GATL'N 7:00
Cmnniscop Colon g jl OT G UN1"
Sun. "MOONFLEET" Sun. "NOT AS A STANGKR"
''- j ' : ""." ''
" MARGARITA 4 :1S '-' l:So! CRISTOBAL S:15 l:4
.li.Coniliiion :
Olivia d HAVrLLAND GtM- RELL1f
Robert mitchum Always Fair Weather" i
"NOT AS A STRANGF.R" CintmiScopo Colo
Sun "EAST OF EDEN" Also Showlns SUN. MON,
::: t" i r "-7-
h a I r A Air-Conditioned
rALDJA 2:00.4:10-6:20-8:30

(i.'a.Hnti inntattVA TOriTl 01

, bill, designed to case W Pgni 01;

' ;"e Observatory has been planned defenders could win no further!
Ahr-.' viir.n to eive farm-for next Thursday, at 7 p.m. und-jtricks, for the queen of hearts :

thi,r..l. r.-nnM restore "the" so- quist of the department of science;ume.
!.TPf Jtl. wn ld ocr-'of the Balboa High School. Expla-

rniiarmers the choice of the old! nation of the various constellations I

AMERICAN RELATIVES

or hew formu as. xne om unctj wm
'V1 ".,, j iraiia lescooe the olanets Venusl

,"s" K HVunuorts and Jupiter will be seen, also star

iJ & :;"m.lj.)! clusters and the nebula in Orion.

'..m- V.,t" r,nritv this. ycarlB. J. .Brown of the Engineering Di-,louit,

f aUut B.c-nts a. vision of Balboa will aist Sea- dren but she. onw

' ;"u "'-rul .X For reservations for

would annlv to corn, chiton

nuts and

would apply

SHREWSBURY, Mass. (UP)1

Mrs. rlorence Adam of ,Bas-i

Lebanon, has 30 grandchil-l

seen one of
Carter of
photographer,

transpor- visited his grandmother recently!

military personnel and while his ship was in port at Bei-i

the rut, SO miles trom Uaslouit, AU!

" -rts' lation

, itlimr flononnpnl n n oasn rail

T'-ie 00 per cent pnefc su.

ii i i,i -ii.at It aio'rsO-.JYB Armed l'orccs Service of Mrs. Adam's grandchildren are
vto 'in the United Stetrs.

Tens I Timely I Thrilling I

M J M H m

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THE PANAMA AMERICAN' AN INDEPENDENT- DAILY
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Panama, Puerto Rico
To Meet In 2nd Game

By J. J. HARRISON JR.
Only one unbeaten team will remain in the VIII
Caribbean Series after tonight's game between Ven Venezuela
ezuela Venezuela and Cuba. The teams which won last night
will meet in the first game of the second day of the
series. Panama and Puerto Rico w ho lost last night
w ill play in the nightcap. V r
Venezuela's Emilio Cueche w ill oppose Cuba's
Pedro Ramos on the mound and Wally Burnette of
Panama has been named to face Chichi Olivo of
Puerto Rico.
Last night Venezuela scored a 6-to-l victory
over Puerto Rico and Cuba slaughtered Panama 13

10 0.

The series got underway yester yesterday
day yesterday evening at 6:25 alter color colorful"
ful" colorful" inauguration ceremonies and
tne tnrowlng of the nrst pucn
from the 'mound by President Ri Ri-cardo
cardo Ri-cardo Arias.
Dick Farrell, Venezuela's tow tow-tring
tring tow-tring righthander, was the win winning
ning winning huntr in the first game as
he pitched masterful one-hit-v
ttr. The Ion hit was a long
homtr to Ramon M a I d n a d o
who led off in the third inning,
Losing pitcher was starter Paul
Slutiel who gave way to Tom La LaSorda
Sorda LaSorda in the ffith.
ierio Kieo iook the lead in the
third on Maldpnado's homer and
the score remained that way until
the fifth when Venezuela went a a-head
head a-head 2 to 1, on' bases on balls to
Farrell and Etfo Chacon and a
two base blow by Tommy Brown.
; With tha count two balls and
no strikes en the next batter,
Ed Bailey, Stuffel was yanked
and LaSorda came in to retire
the side. i
In the seventh Venezuela's last
four markers came on Brown's j
sinile. Bailev's roundtriDper. hits

by, Eduardo Monasterios and Pe Pe-layo
layo Pe-layo Chacon's triple. Pelayo was
insight field and his brother Elio
played center. ,-'.,
In 'the second game, what
Started -out as a scoreless pitch pitching
ing pitching duel between Cuba's Cami-
Pascual and Panama's Ross
rimsley became a fiasco in
the fourth frame when Cuba
Scored six times.
. Pascual went all the way to
iibtch the win while Grimsley ..was
charged with the loss. Alberto 0 0-swio
swio 0-swio and Marcelo Gordon follovv follovv-el
el follovv-el Grimsley to the mound.
Pascual allowed six hits, two of
them homeruns, to Danny Schell
and Bobby Prescott One of Cu Cuba's
ba's Cuba's IS safeties was a four-bagger
by Milt Smith.
All of Cuba's infielders made
spectacular defensive plays but
the fans appeared most impress impressed
ed impressed with third baseman Milt Smith
vfho twice charged in for slow rol rolling
ling rolling grounders to throw out run runners
ners runners at first.
J Prescott made the outstanding
fielding play for Panama when
he raced in from deep right to
make a diving catch on a ball
off the bat of Humberto Fern-

handex. ; ,: ''
. j Prescott fell' 'after making the
cntch but raised up in time to get
the ball to the infield to double
Bob Boyd who had been on first
bjit had raced all the way to third
thinking the ball would drop in
safely. The ovation from the
ej'owd on Prescott's feat was ter terrific
rific terrific

Bill Harris, the Carta Viea
Hurler who announced as Pana Pana-.
. Pana-. ma's starting pitcher, left for
his home last night,
month. !;

Harris, who is a Canadian from

Fabulous Fsrrell
FIRST GAME
Puerto Rico Ah R 11 Po A
Mantilla, ss ... 3 0 0 2 2
Harmon, cf 4 0 0 1 0
Power, 3b ..... 4 0 Oil
Covington, If 3 0 0 1 0
Maldonado, If 3 1 110
Llmmer, lb ... 3 0 0 11 1
Spencer, 3b . 3 0 0 1 3
Cash, c ....... 3 0 0 6 1

Stuffel, p 1 0 0 0 0
LaSorda, p ... 1 0 0 0 0
Conton .. 1 0 0 0 0

Totals

29 1
Venezuela

1 24 8 2

E. Chacon, cl
Phillips. 2b. .
Brown, lb
Bailey, c ......

Downs, If . .
Monasteries, 3b
P. Chacon, rf
Mora, ss .....
Farrell, p

74 Top International Tennis

Stars To Compete In Panama

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Totals 33 6 9 27 13 I
Conton struck out for LaSorda

in 9th.

Puerto Rico

Venezuela

010 000 0001
000 020 40x 6

SUMMARY RBI's: Maldo

Maw "RnincuMitr Vnu Spniia nado. Brown 2. Bailey 2, Mora 2.

ports to the Brooklyn Dodgers,
i Florida training camp Feb. 21 Ho
jwent back home for the purpose

of havinff his visa renewed in time

to reenter the U.S. later this
moth, "'v.o-vv '."-,
Spur. Cola righthanders Jerry
Davie was named by manager Joe
Nachio to take Harris' place.

Baseball Bids
Farewell To
Connie Mack

Earned runs: Puerto Rico I, Ven

ezuela 6. Two-base hit: Brown,

Three-hase hit: Mora.. Home

runs: Maldonado, Bailey. Sacrl

flee hit.. Phillips.. Left, on bases:
Puerto Rico 2..' Venezuela 10.

Struck out: by Farrell 4, by stuf stuffel
fel stuffel 5, by LaSorda 1. Base on balls
off: Farrell 1, off Stuffel 5, off

LaSorda 1. Wild pitches: stur
fell. Farrell. Double plav: Spen

cer, Mantilla, Llmmer. Hits and

runs off: Stuffel, 2-hits 2 runs

in 4 13 innings, off LaSorda 7
hits 4 runs In 3 23 Innings. Los

ing pitcher: Stuttei. umpires:

Maestri, Thornton, 01lvio Gu
glielmo. Time of game: 2:04.
Cuban Carnival

2b

' PHILADELPHIA, Feb. 11 "(UP)' r.lha

Baseball said "farewell" to Con- jc. Roberts

me raacK umay. , ., Rovd. lb
Amid the V't M family Feryn'nde ss
members, baseball Km e n a n a lf
throngs of old pemnri--4iMto; TJT' 11 '
the 93-year-old "Grand Old Man Nome c .
. ti..kii' hi., last parth- Alvarez, CI ,,

l., 4., i Smith, 3b

SECOND GAME
Ab R II Fo

4 111

iTodov f ncanin 35 .20
j In Cinemascope!
' Robert Taylor in
"MANY RIVERS TO CROSS"
Also: Hildeearde Neff in -j-
"SVENGALI"

lTrd mm ?o 10
I "7 BRIDES FOR 7 BROS.w
: : with Jane Powell
I "TARZAN THE APE MAN"
t.wlth Johnny Weissmuller.

Hi body was taken front the
Oliver Bair Funeral Home to St.
Bridget's, his perith church in
the East Falls section of the ci city,
ty, city, for a solemn requiem mass
before being- entombed in the
family mausoleum at Holy Se-
pulchre cemetery.
Among the honorary pallbear pallbearers
ers pallbearers were top baseball executives

and government officials, many of
whom paid their final respects at
a crowded viewing last night.
Thousands of mourners filed silo
ently past the bier, ot the man:
whose managerial deeda made
history in the American League
Among them were major league
club owners, ballplayers young
and void, youngsters who never
saw Connie's great teams, socie society
ty society matrons, nuns, police, fire firemen,
men, firemen, and Archbishop John F. O'- j

Hara of the Philadelphia Roman

Catholic archdiocese.

Among them were many of
the stars of Connie's teems

includino Franklin (home rn)'
Baker, Rube Walberg, Joe Bol-

ey, Georqe (M-'e) r
mund (Bing) Miller, and still-ac-,
tive Bobby Sbantx, one of the
last of Connie's stars. And base baseball
ball baseball officials like General Man Manager
ager Manager Parke Carroll of the Kan Kansas
sas Kansas City Athletics and Assistant
General Manager Bill Oewitt of
the New York- Yankee, v id 1
Jimmy Dykes, the man who fin- i
ally succeed Connie as A's
manager in 1951. i
Among the thousands of condol condolences
ences condolences was a telegram from Presi President
dent President Eisenhower.-

Browne, rf

Pascual, p
Totals

5
3
4
2
6
6
6
6

12
2
1
6'
2
1
2
0

Prescott, rf
E. Osorlo, lb
Lopez, 2b

Schell, If
Stewart, cf
Parris, 3b

Queen, c

Byron, c . ..
Houradeau, ss
D. Roberts .
Bernard, ss .".
Grimsley, p,
A. Osorio, p
Gordon, p ...

Mitchell .....

Totals

42 13 16 2710

Panama

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TO PLAY IN PANAMA Shirley Fry top-ranked woman ten- 1
nis star will' compete in Panama, March 1. 2, 3, and 4, at the
International Tennis -Tournardent to take place at the Hotel El
Pan!tm4. Miss Fry tias' been ranked in the first ten 'of the
world since 1944. She was No. 3 in 1951, 1952 and 1953; she.
was No. 4 In 1954 and No. 2 this year. She and Doris Hart have v
won every women's doubles title In the world Including the Na-'
tional Championships in 1951, 1952, 1953 and 1954, The biggest
win of Shirley's career was the French singles title in 1951 in
which she defeated Doris Hart In the finals. She wa runner runner-up
up runner-up in the Wimbledon singles to Doris in 1951 and won numer-"
ous Wimbledon 'women's doubles titles with her close friend ;
and doubles partner. This year Shirley plans to play the 'maj 'major
or 'major tournaments and has a good, chance of being the U.S.
leading woman player. t t'

32 5 6 27 6

NEVER TOO LATE

Tampa, Fla. (Nea) Mrs. Doro

ithy Binsfield, 74. started to bowl

j when she was 60. She has a 216
jijame to her credit, recently rol rol-i
i rol-i led a 214 and two weeks later a
1206.

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ANG'ELIWrS
tlQUOR STORE
Largest retailer in town
will honor Canal Zone
Liquor Certificate with
the full 750 discount
on duty.

Score By Innings

Cuba .... 000 622 102-1J.16..1
Panama, .000 202 100 5. 6 .2
; SUMMARY Errors: C.'Rob C.'Rob-erts,
erts, C.'Rob-erts, Queen, Parris. RBI'sV C
Roberts 3, Boyd 2, Noble 2. Schell
2, Browne, 1, Smith 3. Queen 2,
Prescott. Two base hits: parris,
Browne' Alvarez, Queen. Three

base hits: i C. Roberts, r Home

runs: Schell, Smith, prescott.
Double clays: Prescott, Osorio.

Bernard, Lopez, Osorio; Pascual,

Fernandez, Boyd. Stolen bases:

Boyd, Fernandez. Sacrifice hits

Grimsley, Smith. Earned runs:

Cuba 11, Panama 5. Passed ball:
queen. Struck out by: Grimsley

4, a. osorio l, pascual &. Base on

balls off: Grimsley 5, A. Osorio

1, Pascual 3. Left on base: Pan

ama 4, Cuba 14. Pitchers' record

Grimsley 6 runs, 5 hits in 3 23

innings; A. osorio 4 runs, 6 hits

in 2 Innings. Winning pitcher;

pascual. Losing pitcner: onms

ley. Umpires: Guigllelmo. olivo,

Thornton. Maestri. Time of
game:2:59.

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An International Amateur Ten Tennis
nis Tennis Tournament with the top stars
from nine countries will be pres presented
ented presented at the Hotel El Panama be beginning
ginning beginning Feb. 29 and continuing
through March 1, 2, 3, and 4, it was
announced today.
This tennis tournament will
follow the local Invitational Ten Tennis
nis Tennis Tournament which is taking

place on February 22 to 26 un under
der under the sponsorship of the Caba Cabana
na Cabana Club of the Hotel El Panama.

Fourteen top tennis stars from

the United States, Australia, Mex

ico, Sweden, Chile, Cuba, Panama
and other countries will compete

at the tennis court of the El ra
najna, :''''v.
This is the first time that a Ten.

nis Tournament with top stars will

take place in Latin America. A-

mong.the stars 'who will appear
in Panama are Tom Brown, ninth
seeded amateur in the U n i t e d
States; Jerry Moss, famous young
star member, of the U.S. team
which competed in the Davis Cup

Tournament and Shirley fry, Pan

American Amateur Tennis Champ

ion and the top seeded amateur
in the U.S. She has- also been

French women's Champion and

was runner-un to Maureen Con

nolly for the U.S. Singles Champ
ionship.
Tickets for this tournament
will be on sale at the Hotel El
Panama at $3 for allt he events.
Only 500 tickets at $3 will be on
sale. Also 200 tickets for serv serv-Panama
Panama serv-Panama at J3 for" all the events,
will be on sale in the military

posts In the Canal Zone.

Tickets can be purchased in all

Banks in the Canal Zone, NCO
and Officers Clubs. Fort Amador

and Rodman Golf Clubs, and at

the Cabana Club of the Hotel El

Panama.

Editor: CONRADO SARCEANT

EIGHTH CARIBBEAN SERIES

Cuba

Venezuela

Panama

Puerto Rico.

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1
1

1.000
1.000
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TONIGHT'S GAMES ,;
First Game:' Venezuela (Cueche) vs. Cuba (Ramos)
Second Game: Panama (Burnette) vs. Puerto
Rico (Olivo)
LAST NIGHT'S RESULTS
First Game: Venezuela 6, Puerto Rico 1
Second Game: Cuba 13, Panama 5

Know Your Caribbean Series Series-Baseball
Baseball Series-Baseball Players j
Valencia (Veneaiielallltoster Puerto Rico (Ca juis) Roster

tir.

Angslini's Liquo: Store
Opposite Panama Railroad Station .r

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noration presents a Gillette President iet to Danny Schellleft

fielder of the ChesterfieJders, for hitting the first home run for

Panama (and fourth of the Caribbean Series) last.nignt at ..
the Olympic Stadium. Cuba trounced Panama 13-5,, however.

Powells Rally In Fifth

To 'Nip Cristobal Hi 5-4

Atlantic Twil'ght Leasue
, Won Lost Pel.

Powells 3 ,1 .7a0

Navv 42

C.H.S. 0 ,4

THURSDAY'S RESULTS"

STANDINGS ' ly lead in the Second frame when

Louis HooDer openea wim a

roller down the third; base-lino

which he, beat out for a ,hit.

HnnnM cIoIa sfirond and ftdvaric-

-66T ed to thlrdT as RJdge was: being

000

; Powells 5. C.H-S.,4

Sunday's Game 2:15 p.m.)
, c.H.S. vs. Powells
By TREVOR SIMONS

Kaiser Bazan blasted a home
run In the very first inning with

two mates aboard ana ch.b.
took ouick early lead in Thurs

day night's contest at Mt. Hope
Stadium. But the experience r.f
the older Powells nine wa3 more

than the lads could cope wnn
and though Bazan pitched,, bril brilliant
liant brilliant s!X-hit ball. fchreeof the
hits came in the.-', fifth .when;

tossed out at first. In an at-

tsmpt to. relay back to third to

eet Rldce. Cristobal s first sack

er, Luke Palumbo, threw hih

over the third baseman's head
and. Hooper scored.
Vlnce Ridge aided his own
cause for victory in the fifth

when he opened the frame with

a double down the right iieia

line. Hlghley followed with a

single to right that scored Ridge

Dedeaux drew a free pass and
both runners were sacrificed a-

long bv Gil smith. Manning was
Safe on a fielder's choice loading

the' bags. Buckeye Swearlngen,

Powells catcher, who had struck

out : twice i previously,, c a m e

through with a timely single-to

Fans Walk Out
'If ': .''

As Dons Take
44th In Row

NEW; YORK. Feb. 11 (UP)

The fans walked out on national
champion San Francisco, booed

bv the ease of the Dons' 4n

straicht victory, but they didn't

walk out on a spintea ux.us.

team that strengthened its hold

on first place in the Pacific Coast

Conference by a dramatic two-

point triumph.

Mighty San rancisco naa no
trouble at all chalking up win

No. 44 last night, 79-46, at San
Francisco. '.

But U.C.L.A. nearly blew a 13 13-point
point 13-point lead in' a frantic finish be before
fore before beatinir Stanford. 50-48. at

Stanford. The win enabled tie

Bruins to retain a two-game lead
with their perfect loop record in
the P.C.C., and dropped Stanford,
the, "surprise" team of the West

Coast, to tmra piace.
San Francisco, ranked No. 1 na nationally
tionally nationally by the United Press board
of coaches, proved once again
that it's far too strong for rivals
in the California basketball as association:,
sociation:, association:, A crowd of 4,500 was
on hand for ths start of the game
and saw the Dons roll to a 47-20
hiffim lead. Coach Phil Wool-

pert yanked his first team after

the first tive minutes oi me

ond half, when the lead reached.

38 points, and tnai was we shju
for the fans to leave, too.
U.C.L.A. was on top by 13 points
with 10 minutes to go but stub stubborn
born stubborn Stanford fought back in a
drive sparked by five-eight George
Selleck. The Indians closed to 50 50-48
48 50-48 and then, with 10 seconds left,
Bill Bond of Stanford missed a
set shot. U.C.L.A. got the rebound
and -stalled out the closing sec seconds.
onds. seconds. Willie Naulls of U.C.L.A.
f h ; bruins to their 18th

ctmiirM leacue win over a two-

year span with 24 points.
Southern California took over
undisputed possession of second
place In the P.C.C. with an easy
76-55 victory over Washington
State, although State's Lit r y
Beck took scoring honors witn
19 points. Southern California
now has a 7-2 league record to
U.C.L.A.s 7-0 ,:

Powells scored 4 ot their live center that scored Hishley ana

runs'that earned for the ieague-i Dedeaux and advanced Manning

leaders aclose 5 to 4 decision.

Vince Rldse worked on '.he hiu

all the way for Powells

managed to scatter 7 HJgri

School hits, striking out 7 ana
walking only the first two bat batters
ters batters of the game. -Two of the 7
hits off Ridge came from the bat
of the opposing pitcher, Kaiser
Bazan, who inflicted -all the!

to third, and Manning scored on

Hall's infield roller. Gibson

andistruck out and Hooper rolled out

weakly to end the rally, but the
damage had been done and

Powells eked out a close 5 to 4
decision. ; V . .. ,:

, Kaiser Bazan, with 2 hits In

3 trips, led the, hit parade for

the night

FLSEST
SCOTCH WHISKY

er. battlns in all of C.H.S run?.

Bazan'i second blast was. a tri

ple in the fifth with concepclon
on the base-paths.

Baan seven innlne stun for

the loser netted teai strikc-outs couple

and only one base on balls. Itjames.

damage against the Powells hnr W Powells -Plays-C JI-Aaia Sun.

The first half schedule of the

Atlantic Twilight. League nears
completion. Only two earnes re

main to be played and both, fea feature
ture feature C.H.S. and Powells in a

of unplayed raincd-out
One of the two games

Players
Emilio Cueche
Julian Ladera

Feiayo Chacon Jr.

Carlos Castillo ... ..
Eduardo Monasterios

Jesus A. Mora
Manuel Lopez

Victor Garcia
Antonio Martinez
Francisco cirimele . .
Idelfonso Acosta ........
Thomas M. Brown ......

Edward Bailey
Ronald MrozlnskI

Howard Phillips

Benjamin Downs

Richard J. Farrel
James Pearce ...

Reglno Otero (Mgr.)
R. .Cordelro (Coach)

Uniform

Number

18

17
15
6
8
4
2
13
22
9
19
7
5
25
11
23
28
27
24
20

3

Hugo Pacheco bat-boy) 10
qienfuegos (Cuba) Roster

Playert

Curt Roberts
Humberto Fernandez .,.
Milton Smith i(

Kaiaei Noble

Prentice Browne

Ultus Alvarez

Archie Wilson .. .......

Pearo Cardenal

Juan Vistuer
Jorge Lopez

Roberto Fdes. Tananes

Emilio Cabrera ....,..,.
Gene Bearden ..........

Marino pierettl
Seth Morehead
PAIrA Pttmn, :

. V4. W ...........
Camilo Pascual
Rene Gutierrez

Antonio Campos ..,
Sandallo ConsuegTa ;
Oscar Rodriguez (Mgr.)
A. Zabala (Coach) .....

N. Heredia (Coach) ....

Uniform

Number

24
16
17
6
25 ,
31
15
3
2 :
27
21
19
9
28
12
22 ,
14
7
18
10
11
a
23
26

Wayeri Uniform,
Number
Tom La Sorda .,......,20
Wes Covington ...at... 22 ,'
Charles Harmon 3
Lou Llmmer ............ 11
Taylor; Phillips 4
Ray Cash .. 23
Paul Stuffel 15
Daryl Spencer ,. 27
Chichi Olivo 6.-
Alfredo Conton 2
William Oben .......... 19
Rafael Zavala .......... 16
Roberto Vargas ........ '2
Victor Pellot ............ J0 l'
Felix Mantilla 24
Ramon Maldonado ..... 8 '"
Juan Guzman .......... 13
Manuel Garcia 17
Federlco Flgueroa ....... (
Deslderio De Leon.,.,...-
Pedro Alomar f
Eugenio, Guevara'.,,,...
Antonio De Leon

Chesterfield (Panama) Roster

Players ;

KQDerto rrescott

David Roberts

v. niiio .......

raDio Bernard
Joe Tumlnelll

Ellas Osorio

Calvin Byron

Humberto Robinson
Alberto Osorio . .'..
Tom Hughes
Eugenio Houradeau
William Stewart .......
Danny Schell

wuuara yueen

Ross Grimsley

rirtnalri IPlcfnn

Wally Burnette ...4.,...
Hector Lopez

jerry Davie ..,

Uniform
Number

17
14
15
'7
1
19
20
2
11
10

1
31
4
20.
21
13'
8
10
18

Hector Lopez
Mr. Major Leaguer

By WALTER C. WATSON
Three or four years aeo. in a

sports broadcast over Station
HOG, this correspondent made
the prediction that Hector Lopez
would be the first Panamanian to

Decome a major-league ball play
er."" '-.-

At that time Lopez was playing
m a class C League in Canada and

was developing into a rpal nthioto

One good look at his hands was
all that was required to make a
prediction, for in them could be

seen nis greatest asset;

ine oniy aouDt, it tnere was

any, was whether he would dev

elop physically to meet the tax

ing requirements of major league

piay. ..

That Lepex met our fullest ex
pectation Is due in no small way
to his desire to make good and
his willingness to learn.

As the years rolled by Lopez

kept developing spectacularly. Ev

The icosne leodprs fttaftintf- has been scheduled for Mt. Hone

cutting down on Cristobal's ear-stadium Sunday afternoon at

2:15, the other will be announc announced
ed announced at a later date. .
Noei Gibson is a sure starter

for Powells, but MiKe raiuumu.
choice for the CJI.S. nine; is still
infiniu inasmuch as Bazan

worked Thursday's game utra an ery nme ne came home, he seem

interscholastic game was piayea Cd to have added height and weight

ana nis ability increased both de defensively
fensively defensively and at the bat.
His graduation from the Inter

national League- to the majors at

the end of the 1954 season was the
outstanding achievement which all
of his admirers received with
sincere satisfaction. :

In his first complete season as
a major leaguer (1955) Lopez de developed"
veloped" developed" overnight, as a giant. Ad Adding
ding Adding poise and superb confidence
to nis already broven ability, he
set-out to establish himself as onej
of the better infielders in the Am American
erican American League. 1
Only the spectacular perform performance
ance performance of Herb Score, and Elston
Howard's fine showing in a Yankee
uniform prevented Lopez being
rated as the top rookie of the year.
Coming home as an establish established
ed established star, he took charge of hit

Fridav night, using up we v??

top moundsmen on his stair.
Logical choice for Sundays

same will be Bazan, wno wju

have had three days rest.

Army Atlantic To tompcie
Second Half : I
. tvhen the second half of the

Atlanta ; Twilieht League gets

underway Atlantic SWe tans win
see a fourth team entered in
competition. Army Atlantic, the
teanvtnat.liad..been -thui far

playing only exhibition games
against Twilight League teams,
will become an active partici participant
pant participant for the second- half and,
consequently, the championship.
The addition of this fourth team

will make for much better com competition
petition competition during the second half
of play.

Spur Cola team end with til the
hustle and enthusiasm he could
muster, started t e a r i n g the
league apart and carrying his
club to flying start.
Not content with just being an.
""baii player, Lopez, hustling
all the way, but displaying a
genuine modesty that is one of
his finest characteristics, establish established
ed established new records in the Panama
League which will undoubtedly
stand for years.
" His breaking of the record for
: homers in one game and in con con-lecutive
lecutive con-lecutive timer at bat, in eur
opinion,-' was his greatest achi
evement because the man en
he pitcher's mound was none
other than Den Elston, himself
a major leaguer and a most ef effective
fective effective hurler. His new record
of 13 homers for the season shat shat-tared
tared shat-tared by three the former mark
established by Barbae and which
A stood for years.
Sliding hard into' third bast
with his team leading by seven
runs, to get credit for a triple,
gave him the new record for total
bases and showed the fans that
this boy has everything that it
takes to succeed because he was

ready to give everything withia

him for his team. ..
.Hector Lepex will go far in hit

chosen profession and will con continue
tinue continue fo be a worthy represen representative
tative representative of his country in the world

of sport. : .'.
He shall certainly always carry

with "Wm" the- best ishe-of ail

who have seen him rise from

humble but proud home through
sandlot baseball, to established
stardom Jn the national pastimt
where greatness' can only be a a-chieved
chieved a-chieved by ability of the individual

who is prepared to give au mai
he has within .hint. ;.-

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BetleTord In Farewell
Performance; 'Corrida'
To Start At 4 O'clock

v By DAVE CONSTABLE
Another overflow crowd is expected tomorrow
at La Macarcna bullring where an American fcirl
and a young Mexican "novillcro" will vie for bull bullfighting
fighting bullfighting honors against four young pure-bred Mex Mexican
ican Mexican bulls.

I7'5 A SMALL WO.ILD

model who thrilled last Sunday's

Speciavurs wim uawi3
v,nth hpfnrp nrt after

iCAtCllbJ
she eot up from the sawdust of
7. B 1.111 hull thaf.

me arena uu a.... v.c
i.j i--- ...111 V malrlncr

her -farewell appearance of the
A tha nnn hull rlrvir

Her competitor will be Javier
(Mayorito) Martinez, a 17-year-old
Mexican youth with about a
do?en successful "novllladas-'
behind him.
(A "noviMada Is a corrida
ill ..! v.. 11c fhr in

at wiul'ii
four years old are used. Both
. . . 14 .... ..

Bette ana hji" 'c "-tadores
tadores "-tadores de novillos" (matadors
ef yoiinf bulls) who are nrk nrk-Inj
Inj nrk-Inj their way up to becora'nf

"matadores de toros" (of bulls
up to six ytari old).
Expectations of a larger crowd
than last Sunday's at tomor tomorrow's
row's tomorrow's corrida are based on the
assumption that many of the
Latin visitors now here for the

VIII Caribbean Baseball Series
will take advantage of their
presence here to see the popular
Mts8 Ford in action.
To accommodate both the
visitors, and local baseball fans
the corr'da will get "underway
promptly a; 4 p.m. in order
that it will be over by 5:30 at
the latest.
Tickets are being sold at Ho Hotel
tel Hotel i Panama and at La Ma Ma-carena's
carena's Ma-carena's box office at San Fran Francisco
cisco Francisco de la caleta.

by
JOE WILLIAMS

Visiting here some time back, Lul? Firpo, who in an earlier
and more youthful period of fistic bellicosity, was luridly billed
aThe Wild Bull of the Pampas," said H was funny about
people.' ;. .-'.:r':v-:y.- ;
"Take me. All they remember about me Is that I knocked

nomr,SPv t of the rine. In a way, mat is gouo,

for they

forget what Dempsey

BUI mcse usavo

ul) dS& w;

w f

i 6HI0 STATE'

OYNAMOf

TW HATIONAU
&COQIN& QACE.
DOMINATED BY
BASKETBALL'S
'LITTLE' MM?ff 2

nnnH t mart some pood lietlis nere.

Brennan, Jess Willard and Jack McAuliffe.

thry forget."

To Firpo, 'that's what Is funny about people.

Eddie Waltkus has just quit baseball "to go into the truck- K The Max R. Stempel and Son

LI.nUU A.- J "... i... LI. 1.

ine business. He was good enougn 10 stay m mo iR
13 years. Maybe pitchers didn't get down on their knees and
beg for mercy when he came to bat, but still he hit consistently
nniich tn m-hicv a career .283 mark.

a The Fownes family must have had great admiration for
altkus. He was an excellent glove man, a nimble. sure-

Indeedfor the greater part qf his big-league tenure he was the

game's best.
And yetlf you mention Waltkus to the casual baseball fol follower;
lower; follower; more likely than not the reaction would be: v -"Waltkus?
Oh, yes. He's the guy that dame shot in i

hotel room, isn't' he?"

STEMPEL INSl'RANCEMEN

TAKE POINTS FROM TAHITI

IN MAJOR KEGLING LEAGUE

What happened to the then 28-year-old Philadelphia star

that June nirht tin m at me t-oicwwicr owtn nom

Chicawa ronlrt ha hannened to vou or me to anyone oi tnou-

sands who, happened to be younr, unmarried, away from home,
adventurous.
Waltkus had stopped at the desk to get his mall on the

way to his room. There was a noie. .ouwi me u8awc "u

t.h turitinor wer nnmistakablv feminine.

The note was from a Ruth Stienhagen. Would Waltkus

please get in 'touch with her as soon is he came in? It was
important.' She was staying In the same hotel.
Most ballplayers have a captivating way with. dames, wheth

er tney work at it or not, or ever reauae ii.,,,.. v
'.,' i.tf" -" -"' .' '"
- REALITY TAKES OVER

In our mind's eye, we gee Waitkus read the note, weigh the

contents, laugh lightly ana say:v 1
"finimrtu'Wharkv Rut what can I lose?"

In the elevator we see him as he stalls a furtive look In
mirror, adjust his jtie and directs a drafting whlsp of hair back

to its 'proper anchorage.

Here reality takes over and the young man is facing a girl

he has never seen before In his Hie, ana sne is pointing a ioaa ioaa-ed
ed ioaa-ed gun at him,' babbling wildly, clearly mentally deranged.
It isn't long before she pulls the trigger and a bullet rips
through the ballplayer's lung. It is conceivable that by this
time, he is overcome by the stark terror and mad hopelessness
of the situation, that even this violent release from conscious conscious-:
: conscious-: ness is a solace. ;:
Yes, Waitkus Is "the guy the dame shot." He Is also the
Buy who came back next season, played 154 games, made 183
hitg and scored 102 runs In helping the Phillies win their first
pennant, since 1915.
. STARTED AT SHORT
' Buck Weaver died the other day. His one-time greatness
.... as a big-league third baseman had long been forgotten. If he
was remembered at all, It was as an unsavory party to the
World Series scandal of 1919.
, Wasn't It Wlllie,the Bard who lamented: "The evil that
men do lives after them, the good is oft interred with their
bones." ; ..i'.A.,
Weaver had just about reached his peak when he, along
with Joe Jackson, Eddie Cicotte, Happy Flesch and other Black
Soxers; was expelled from baseball, He didn't play third until

"3 nun season, having come up as a shortstop.
In '18, 19 and '20 (his last three years) Weaver hit .300,
296 and .333 (In '20 he was swinging at the lively ball for the
first time). Over the same stretch, his assists were 337, 341 and
361. He didn't play on a dime, as you can see.
"That was one'of the minor" tragedies of the scandal," Ed Eddie
die Eddie Collins, once said. "Nobody got to know how really great
Weaver might have become."

bowling quintet took four points

from the Tamil jeweieis lasu

Tuesday night at the Diablo
Bowling lanes and slid into sec second
ond second place in the Major Bowling
League with bnly seven more

weeks to o 1H tne. ZB-weeK, sea

son.

Billy Coffey led the Stempel Stempel-eers
eers Stempel-eers with a fine 624, followed by
George Winquist with 587 and
Wilber with 545. For Tahiti,
Snellbaker had 558. The final
eame was close, with Stempel

pulling out to win only in the
final frame, v

Meanwhile, the Seymour A-

gency team, leading the league
by one point, took three points

frnnv th Fuftrft V LUZ team

Hammer had 601 to lead with

rviihort havlne 552. For the

wmIv Kilowatts. Stephens had

570 followed by Welsh with 557
and Thomas with 554.
on adjacent alleys, Summit

Hill? Golf Club and the HI Ho-

ma tilesetters split lour point.

with the goners laning iwv
games, and the tilesetters one
game and pintail. For Homa,
Bud Balcer led with 614 followed
by Lyons with 610. Lyons' 232

second game tied wun zsurgis
game of the same score for high

of the evening. or ounuiuu, 0uu

Bowen had a 579 followed oy
Jamison with 568 and jacober
with 565, , ; -t
th final match of the eve

ning, Agenda Glud took thres

points from tne uoioihiu

ancemen. Kutscn was nign ior
the Glud team with 579 followed
b Granata with. 557, while
Glelchman was high for the co colonial
lonial colonial lnsurancemen with a big

632, followed by Schirmer with
580.

The present standing 01 me

teams:

Ttam won Lost rn.

Seymour Aeency 5430 .643
Stempel and Son .. 51 33 .607
Tahiti Jewelry .... 50 34 .595
Summit Hills 47 37.. .560

Colonial Insurance 42 42 ,500
H T Homa Co. .... 42 42 .501'

Fuerza y Luz ..... 28 56 .33",
Agenda Glud ..... 22 62 .26

Max R. Stempel and Son

Wilber

Fegr .
Boyer
Winquist
Coffey i

185
181
164
181
193

189
144

203
181
224'

904 941 927 2772

Albrltton

Snellbaker
Ellenberger
Lane .....
Larrabee,

Tahiti Jewelers

159 165 171

190 180 183
i'158 175 181
.'. 156 -179 189
..170 174 180

833 873

Rogers

Kaelln
Riley .
Hammer
Colbert

Seymour -Agency

.154

144
145
188

199

193
174
211'

College Cage

Scores

IAST x
Dartmouth 71, Columbia 70.
NYU 100, Furman 85.
Msnhattan 83, St. Jons (Bkn.) H.
Providence 7, Bates 72.
Rhode Island 93, Massachusetts
78.
Scranton 76, Et Strolidshurg 72
Yeshiva 73, Newark Engineering
61.
Salem (W. Va.) 106, Concord (W
Va.) 101. -St.
Michaels (Vt.) 108,"Clarkson 74

Hotstra 68, Moravian 59
Maryland State 83. Harlwick fis

909 2615! F","CW '9, Stonehill 65.

w ran it, uneonta ?3: ?3:-Westmister
Westmister ?3:-Westmister (Pa.) 5, Waynes.
burg. 58.

171

156
168
225
207

543
481
533
587
624

495
558
514
"524
524

Pacific Softball
League

Bv GILBERTO THORNE
STANDINGS AS OF FEB,

W
Glud Aeency. 9
26th Engineers 4
American Legion ..... 4
Signal 3
Cervccerla ........... 3

GB
4
4'2

5,i'

6

WEDNESDAY'S RESULTS

Pari Llquldo
26th Engln.

200 110 2-8 10
051 112 x-10 12

The Engineers gained a 10 b
victory over Butch Baker's Pnn
Llquldo. Butch appears deter determined
mined determined to hold onto his present
position in the league standings.
Pan Llquldo drew first blood,
scoring two runs in the first In Inning
ning Inning on two hits and an rror.
The Engineers wiped out this
lead in the bottom of the second.
Pitcher Rex Adams homfred to
the tune of three runs, Anthony
singled, Novlnska was hit, God Godwin
win Godwin singled, one run scored on
a pass ball, and another on an
error. .
The Engineers continued to
score in every inning after that.
Pan Llquldo squeezed one in the
fourth and another in the fifth.
In th seventh, Bennett walk walked,
ed, walked, stole second and Lans ran
ail four bases when Godwin mis misjudged
judged misjudged his hit to left fie'd. Kil Kil-patrick
patrick Kil-patrick singled, Marcello took
his place on first base. Roach
filed out, Herrera singled. Hoik
grounded out, runners advanced
one base. Marcello was caught
off third base when Contl hit
directly to Oliphant to end the
game.

The box score:
Cervecerla
Plotrowskl 3b ...
Bennett rf ......
Lane p

Marcello ........

Kllpatrlck 2b ...

Roach lb .......

Herrera cf ......
Camplse cf .....

Hoik is ...

Contl if ..

Maroston c

Ab
2
3
4
.0
4
4
2
2
4
3
1

II Po
0 0

Totals

29 6 10 18 4

Engineers

174 '527
143' 480

Juniata 85, Shippensburg 77.

i Ehzabethtown 106, West Chester

185 455

202
212

(Pa.) 92.

816. 932 913 2661

Oai.T.thinnn VilW It Wilk fP. V

62. ; ,

Fuerza y Lux

Godwin If 4

Oliphant 3b ..... 3
Carlucci ss ...... 4
Russell lb 2
Fujioka cf 3
Adams p ......... 3
Hicks rf ...4
Anthony 2b ...... 4
Novlnska c ...... 2

JO
0
0
3
2,
2
0
1
2

1
4
1
7
0
0
1
2.
5

29 10 12 21 2
Amer. Legion 010 112 05 7 1
Glud Agency 100 000 01 "41

Luttenbergef
Pllachowskl
Stephens
Thomas
Welsh .

165
137
188
190
168

16ft
153
184
163
213

rsinrf rinples lost their first

Susquehanna- 72, Franklin Mar- ame. this season to Veeh's

snail w I American Legion. It took Veen
Alderson-Broaddus 108, .Bethany ihir.if t mtrh hts team to vic-

848 879

Sumit Hills Golf Club

Jamison

Bowen
Anderson
Kunkel

Jacober

200
213
209
199
167

179
163
178
171
198

187
203
143
176
200

566
579
530
546
565

988 889

H. I. Homa Co.

Lowande
Lyons ...
Lotykiewicz
Almeda .
Balcer .

168
175
,177
201
209

213
232
180
184
202

930 1011

Bullfight Tips
(What to. look for at
Tomorrow's Corrida)

"Change at Porta Gayola
This Is an ancient "pase"

The ten high average bowler;; rin Tne matador await,

AVOID VitiEtlEAL

DISEASES

Aftir iseiun, ilwiyt

us 1 lufitory titled
SANITUBE pnsc'ribtd

by ctOfi tine 1112.
B nt risk youf fmllrtl
Get SANITUBE from
my drufjlit or pharmacist.

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THE SANITUBE CO.. NEWPORT (PI ft. I.

(THURSDAY NIGHT)
. EUREKA, Calif. George
Parmentier, 234, Eureka, knock knocked
ed knocked out Gene Thompson, 194, St.
Paul '8, 5.
LOS ANGELES Reuben Sal Sal-azar,
azar, Sal-azar, 171 '2, Los Angeles, out outpointed
pointed outpointed Lauro Salas, 130 y, Mon Monterrey,
terrey, Monterrey, Mexico, 10.

of the league are:

Name Name-Colbert
Colbert Name-Colbert '. .

Balcer .. .. .. .. .. 63
Jacober .... .... 60
Colbert . .. .. .. 63
Schirmer .. .. ...63
Ellenberger .. .. .. 29
Hammer ... .. 57
McGarvey . .... 32
Kunkel ...... .. ..60
Lane .. .. .. .'. .. 51

Games Ave.
. 63 18957

198 9
19131.
189257
18743
18621
18448
18427
18337

168 497, 51.

170.' 460i
193 571j SOUTH
ni : ni 1

m '"557 George .Washington 103, Richmond

A11 Aat4

IV i T 11 Oil.
Miami. (Fla.) 69, Rollins 82.
Union (Tenn.) 83, Chattanooga 81
Lenoir, Rhyne 76, Guilford 57. -Austin
-Peay 89, Bethel SO.
Villamadonna (Ky.) 105, Ind.
Central 104. i
Birmimham.South 4. II. at fiuth

si.
909 2788' ....
East Tenn. 84, Middle Tenn. 73.
Coll of Charleston (S.C.) 80, New

Derry u.
160 541 Presbyterian 90,"Mercer 82.
20S 610 N. C. College 67, Virginia Union 63.
168 52J McGrary Eagles 97, High Point 94
158 543;Bltinor Loyola 83, Johns Hop Hop-203
203 Hop-203 6141 kins 59-
, .iCarson-Newman 79, Maryville 53.

892 2833 ieamont 6, Valqosta State 68.

MIDWEST
Okla. A & M 68, Oklahoma 42.
Houston 82, Bradley 70.
Wichita 76, Drake 70.
Muskingum 78, West. Reserve 70.

Wheaton 83, Carroll (Wis.) 72.
Butler 84, Wabash 70 7
Centro 76, Hanover 74
Indiana Tech. 109, Bliss 99.
Evansville 94, Regis (Colo) 75.
Wayne (Detroit) 70, 111. Tech 37.
Marietta 70, Wittenberg 69.
Lewis 90, jQuincy (III.) 81.

tory over the formidable "Stars."
The Agencies scored thsir on6
run In the first inning when
Husted singled with the bases

loaded. O'Coitnor walked, scoie

second and scored when Veeh!

singled to tie the score in the
second Inning. Veeh scored on
Hamlin's single to go ahead in
the fourth.
Green walked in the fifth and
mnvM roiinrl the bases to score

on Hartman's ingel for the in-:

surance run. ;

Cortez sineled in the. seventh,

Krueg walked Minat ioixea
Krueg at second and Cortez
scored on Green's hit. Mind,

earn In to score on Hanmans
single.
These two runs In the (th
added insult to injury. But the
"Stars" failed to score In the
next two frames.

re re-bull
bull re-bull the

SOUTHWEST

bull on his knees at the door ol
the ""chlquero". and challenger

Should thP bull miss the cani Trinity Tcx-' 79. Norlh Tex! 78
thatadorVAt to Ji8:"&J Ablline

jijaiytxuui iviauuiu

(Boy

Mar.

quez tried this last Sunday ant

was sprawled as the bull brush
ed him in going past).

FAR WEST

The box score:
American Legion
Hamlin 2b t

Krueg 2b

Mlndt cf
Green If

O'Connrr 3b
Hartman lb
Johnson rf:..
Banner cf ...
Veeh p .....
Erad'.ey is
Gorskie ss ..
Cortez c ....

Ab n
2 0

H PJ
1 3

Brigham Young 92, Utah Slate 62.
Montana 71, Gonzaga 73.

"Running for Proof".
The trumrjets sound for t,h

18337 bull. The doors open and he
'nish out. The lilner ni!i

The scores of Tuesday night's, passes at the bull' and lets him

play

SAN FRANCISCO Leonard
Gaines, 136, Oakland, Calif.,
knocked out Johnny McCray,
136, Los Angeles, 4.

Schirmer

Burgls .
Allen .
Zeletes .
Glelchman

Colonial Insurance

205
232
171
156
228

179
181
157
168
194

196
119
170
169
210

I chase them so the matador can
stiiriv t.hA hull's mAVfttner.n t,i

osUi order that when faces the am

992 879
Agenda Glud
Granata 179 176
Khimpo .173 171
Toland .... 190 "163
Soyster . 178 182
Kutsch . 193 191
913 883

' GUN CLUB
NOTES
; GAM BOA GUN CLUB
There will be a warm -no shoot

5321 mil he can handle It to the best, held at the Gamboa Gun Club on

yo! advantage.
4911. J
632 : 'Veronica"

--I Veronicas' sir alwavs usurl tn on out and bring your friends

864 2735 size" up the bull's actions after! Drinks and eats will be avail

tne "runninz for proof" and are uie-

tne ilrst passes made

Feb. 12 starting at 10:00 a m. for
all members in preparation for
the "Annual State Shoot." Come

202
192
172
180
193

557

Glud Agencies

E. McArthur rf 4 1
l awyer rf 3 0
Glavelli rf 0 0
D. Lacv Pf .-v. .. 1 0
C. McArthur cf .. 1 0
Husted ss 3 0
Pe la Mater 2b .. 1 0
Hilzinser 2b .... 1 0
Melant lb ....... 2 0
Foster lb ........ 0 0
Stock. 3b ........ 2 0

Peseod 3b 1 0
Dunn c .......... 3 0
Cheney p 10
Meklz 1 0

24 1 4 13 1

by th3

531 matador. The veronica Is Avi(iit-!fhi Knii fiwht. it can h tnA

523! rd bv hoTcJliia the mulcta" (f,irel'wifh trt 1prt r!rr-trTtrvr-r

540,ln both hands and coaxlnir thn sliirht.lv Rpnaart.firl Tht lflt.trr An hii ntt- vfu a nn

579, bull to charge close to the bndv. called "with the onen romnass.'o. st.rllf outs- Vfrh l r.hpnpv s I

941 2737 One of the oldest movements of (Continued Tomorrow) I Time: .1:20. Umpire: Metheney.

Stolen b9.es: O'Connor, E. Mc McArthur.
Arthur. McArthur. RBl's: Husted, Veen,

Hamlin, Green, Hartman 2Bas-

7"

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Scientist
Stabs Four,
Self 14 Times
ramsta jMm
DAILY NEWSPAPER
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V LOS ANGELES. Feb. 11 (UP)
' A Harvard-trained top sclen sclen-'
' sclen-' tlst, who went berserk and stao stao-bed
bed stao-bed four fellow workers and
himself In a laboratory, doing
hlshly-secret government work,
was in serious condition today

In the prison ward at los Angei
Booked on suspicion of assault
nAt-u rinriiv h ps non was Dr.
Robert J. Dwyer,. 49. who went
on a rampage wun a uu
VMade pocket knife yesterday at
l?ie Am division planl of Beck Beck-man
man Beck-man Instruments, Inc., In near near-bv
bv near-bv South Pasadena.
"Doctors said Dwyer, who
oluneed the knife into himself
14 times, was in serious but not
critical condition.,- His victims
including, a senior scientist and
chief research engineer, were re released
leased released after treatment for the'r
wounds at a Ppsadena Hospital.
rp,. iO-uor-nM Psaden d"C-
tor, senior scientist at the wo
and holder of a cocioraie
both chemistry and pnysics, re refused
fused refused to make a statement con concerning
cerning concerning the incident at the plm
where he hod worked sine 19i2.
Officials at the lab said the
company was engaged in hlsn-ly-classlfied
work and refused to
release a statement on the stab stab-bin's.
bin's. stab-bin's. '
, The vicMm were Identified
Crle C. Brawner. 40. a senior
ftentlst; Dr. D. Dwiht Taylor.
54, cHef research enelneer; Her Herbert
bert Herbert Qunri. 31. an engineer: an
Fldnev Johnson. 43. an expe" expe"-mental
mental expe"-mental machin'st, Taylor hed
the staff .of 11 men directing
government work' at the plant.
Sterilized Heiress
Sies, Jockey
Husband Announces
FORT WORTH,' Tex., Feb. 11-r
(UP) The former Anne Cooper
Hewitt, the 'sterilized heiress,
was reported today to have died
in Monterey. Mexico.' ;.-
Frank Nicholson, her fourth hus husband,
band, husband, told the Fort Worth Star Star-Telegram
Telegram Star-Telegram by telephone that his
40-year-old childless wife had been
entombed yesterday, in a mauso mausoleum
leum mausoleum in Monterrey.
The heiress, in a sensational
edsed her mother of having her
itenuzea in n upeiuuu. u
. a .J.J Oi. nnnutit wll tft DreV"
ent her from bearing an heir to
tne lonune tnr, nnt
from her, inventor-father, Pete r
Cooper Hewitt. ,.
NicheUon, a dlie lackey and
cowboy linger known at Roo
Roy," asked that her past be
left nut of her obituary. ,
Part of the heiress' notoriety
arose when she and Nicholspn
were married just 24 hours after
his first wife committed suicide.
Homicide police broke up their
honeymoon with' an investigation
of. the death;;.' y -.
.'
The platinum blond heiress', first
marriage was to Ronald Gay,, an
Oakland. Calif.,. grge foreman.
Then she wS married to Gene
Bradstreet, San Francisco bar bartender,
tender, bartender, and John Whittaker, a
Nevada mining, .man. 4
Passport Price
Upped By Chief
WASHINGTON, Feb. 11 (UP)-
President Eisenhower signed a
bill today to increase the price
of passports obtained through
atate court clerks from $10 to $11.
The state clerks previously
could keep $1 of the old $10 price.
Now they may charge 11 and
keep 2, ...
TODAY .60 .30
1.30, 3.25, .5.20, 7.05, 9.00 p.m.
A LOVE CHARADE AS -.
SPICY AS PEPPER. .
REX HARRISON
Kav O Margaret
KENDALL LEIGHTON
71:2 cor:37ArT
-i:usDAr:D

' In Technicolor j opening next Tuesday as an ob ob--
- ob-- j ,erver.

"Let the people

31st YEAR

uspsnded Negro

io U of
TUSCALOOSA. Ala.. Feb. 11
(Ur) The president of the Uni
versity. of Alabama said today
that a suspended Negro coed may
return to the campus if the courts
order the school to take her back.
But rt may require extra police
to assure her full protection, he
saia.-.
But Dr. 0. C. Oarmichael. M-
ycarold President of Alabama U.,
empnasized that tne 125-year old
previously all-white college intends
to. abide by "Uie .supreme; law of
the JantA that : of the U S Su-
preme Court.' He' promised mean-
wni.i io punisn students vicnown
to have angaged in"-rioting.
He laid the Negro, Autherlne
Lucy, 26, would not be asked
back to classes pending court
action although she is "still a
student." A hearing is schedul scheduled
ed scheduled for Feb. 29 oa Miss Lucy's
suit charging university officials
with" contempt of federal court
in barring her from school last
Monday after a aeries of camp campus
us campus liots.
Modern 51. George
Beat At Own Game:
By Child's Cannon
LAGOS, Nigeria,' Feb; II (UP)
Queen Elizabeth rocked with
laughter when some children with
a toy cannon beat St. George, the
patron saint of England, to the
punch and destroyed a dragon to
save a damsel in distress.
The twist to the story of St.
George and the dragon occurred
while the Queen inaugurated new
docking and power plant facilities
in Lagos, the Nigerian capital.
. Pupils of the Nigerian Port
Authority school came forward to
perform. Up came a fire-bclcning
'.'dragon" '.under Whjijlr cotild be
seen 30 feet in tennis shoes The
dragon gave three royal roars in
a shrill, hiima'it "ypice ?;V-
Then while ft lumbered off to
devour a dark-skinned maiden in
distress, St. George galloped up
on a make-believe horse to rescue
the girl. VI. ';, .V ;;.:';..
But St. George never had a
chance."
While he was paying his respects
to 'the rpyal bouple; some other
children dashed 6ut with, toy can
non and 'shot the dragon dead.
..The Queen, the Duke of Edin Edinburgh,,
burgh,, Edinburgh,, and the entire audience of
Nigerian dignitaries laughed
heartily.
Legless Vet Wants
Refurn To VA Work
WASHINGTON, Feb, 11 UP) -James
Kutcher, legless World
War. II veteran, asked the U. S.
Court of appeals today to order
the government tc give him back
his $42-a-week Veterans. Adminis Administration
tration Administration job,
The court took the Newark, N.
J., veteran's request under advise advisement.
ment. advisement. A decision is not expected
for several Weeks. 1
Kutcher was fired In 1948 be because
cause because -of alleged membership -in
the Socialist Workers Party, a
Trotskyite'' Communist organiza organization
tion organization on the attorney general' list
of subversive organizations.
More recently bis $329 -a-month
oension vi. taken from him on
I the basis' of secret charges that
ne aided the communists during
the Korean War. After hearings,
however, the VA reinstated the
I pension on Jan. 8.
Kutcher's attorney, Joseph L.
Rauh Jr., told the appeals court
that if the government's discharge
lot Kutcher is upheld "no one is
! safe." He said no hearing ever
has been held to determine wheth whether
er whether the Workers party is properly
listed on the attorney general s
list. t. -.
Slavs Won Send
Croup To Red Meet
BELGRADE. Feb. 11 ftrtM
wsiiiisu.iaav a uuamvia HIUlUUIlvCu
today that, it will not send a dele delegation
gation delegation to the 20th Congress of the
Russian Communist Party open opening
ing opening in Moscow next week.
A government spokesman said
4h-Yugri!V-fimbaider-to Mai.
cow, t'ohrizote Vmc, probablv
; will, attend th twrhumtr rnnorese

know the truth and the

PANAMA, R. P., SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 11, 1956

Alabama
Miss Lucy won enrollment at
Alabama under a district court!
order implementing the Supreme
Court's general policy making ed educational
ucational educational facilities open to all
those qualified regardless of race.
But she attended classes only
three days before mobs of stud students
ents students and townsmen, tossing rocks
and eggs, forced her to flee 58
miles to Birmingham under police
escort. ..
Dr; Carmichael held his first
news conference since the Univer University
sity University Board of Trustees ruled a
few hours after the young woman
left "that she could not return to
classes "until further notice."
He bitterly denounced Mist
Lucy's charge that the univetsi univetsi-ty
ty univetsi-ty had connived, to bring about
the riots so the could be sus suspended
pended suspended on the grounds of dao-ier
when actually the reason was 1
her race. He said the question
of safety was the only consider consideration.
ation. consideration. -.- .... .:,
Carmichael said the question of
Miss Lucy's "return or non-return
t has been returned to the
courts through her contempt ac action
tion action filed yesterday.
At the height, of last Monday
night's rioting Carmichael asked
Gov. James E. Folsom for Na National
tional National Guard help but the govern governor
or governor turned him .down saying "we
are not excited; we are not alarm alarmists."
ists." alarmists." Folsom added that the -state
stood ready to handle any situation.

Hoodless Ku Klux Klanners Challenge Supreme Court Rule
By Joining Hate-Mongering White Citizens of America

MIAMI BEACH; Feb. 11 (UP)-
ueorge Meany, president of organ organized
ized organized labor, said today that several
southern governors and congress congressmen
men congressmen have hoined a new Ku Klux
Klan without hoods" to" challenge
the Supreme Court's segregation
ban.- ..-- :.
Meany, head of the huge AFL.
CIO, attacked the white citizens
councils which sprang up through
out the aouth after the high court
ruled out public' school segrega
tion. The union's executive coun council
cil council charged that the brutal"
movement is now organized in
44 states.
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Meany said in addition to gov
ernors, U S. Senators and rep representatives,
resentatives, representatives, the movement h a s
among its leaders and sponsors
man judges and local and state
politicians.
He did not mention any names.
but in, Mississippi, Democratic
ben. james U. Eastland and De Democratic
mocratic Democratic Rep. John Bell William?
announced publicly they are mem

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ruary at Baiooa Stadium. Shown with the general are uen io ngnu capiam wmiam j. ..
Lober, Jr., PMS&T of the Canal Zone ROTC; Cadet Lt. Col.'Richard W. Angtadt; Cadet Major
f tephen Laidlaw; Cadet Lt. Louis Tate, battalion sponsor; and Cadet Captain Richard Carat Carat-tml,
tml, Carat-tml, battalion adjutant. (U.S. Army Photo)

country is safe" Abraham Lincoln.

Coed May Return

- lf Cour
Carmichael's statements all
were written in the form of a
question and answer news confer conference
ence conference with 33 reporters for news newspapers,
papers, newspapers, radio and television sta stations.
tions. stations. Newsreel and television
cameras recorded the conference.
He read his statements force force-fully,
fully, force-fully, saying that Miss Lucy is
still a student who was 'exlud 'exlud-ed
ed 'exlud-ed from the campus for her
safety and only for that rea reason."
son." reason." .' V, :
The university has not decided,
he said, whether it will appeal
any adverse ruling on Feb. 29.
Miss-Lucy's petition sought jail
terms and $3,000 damages from
university officials for denying her
the right to study and eat and live
with white coeds.
He said he has no intention of
resigning over the furor and does
not anticipate that the university
will have to shut down but1 it
is conceivable such a situation
should arise'' where it wauld have
to close. Carmichael was think thinking
ing thinking of that step last Monday.
A potential force of 69 officers
is stationed in the Tuscaloosa a a-rea.
rea. a-rea. These include four campus
policemen, 55 city, officers and 10
Tuscaloosa County sheriff's offi officers.
cers. officers. .':,
Although no disorder was noted
om the Alabama campus today,
the air was still -tense. Students
and faculty members could talk
of little else but the crisis caused
by the Negro's enrollment and ef efforts
forts efforts to stay in college.
bers of the While Citizens Council
and proud of it."
Meany said the various councils
organized into the federation for
Constitutional Government in
Memphis last Dec. 28. He charged
that they are deliberately hiding
under this misleading name while
challenging the authority of the
Supreme Court and the guarantees
of civil rights in our constitution."
They are the Ku Klux Klan
without, hoods," he said.
A splinter group of States Rights
Democrats met yesterday in Jack Jacksonville,
sonville, Jacksonville, Fla., and announced that
former Gov, William Tuck of Vir Virginia
ginia Virginia would be the Federation for
Constitutional Government's can candidate
didate candidate for President in the Florida
primary. But Tuck later asked the
group not to use his name.
. Economic boycott and intimi intimidation
dation intimidation of Negroes are the chosen
instruments of the white citizens
council bat monger 1 ng
campaigs," t h e A F L-C I O Ex Executive
ecutive Executive Council said in a state statement,
ment, statement, But hatred needs brutali
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Balboa- High-"school- ROTC review-JielLia.liiS-iionor on Feb-.

FIVE CENTS

Orders

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i
Top Iluclear Expert
Resigns Job In Till
rmcxca Feb. n (UP) Walt
er H. Zinn, the nation's top nuclear
reactor expert, has resigned as
director of the Argonne National
Laboratory in an apparent dis dispute
pute dispute over the award of a reactor
parts contract to a rival institu institution,
tion, institution, it was disclosed today.
Zinn's resignation, effective
June 30, was accepted by W. B.
Harrell, vice president of the Uni University
versity University of Chicago which operates
the ArcnnnA laboratory under the
authority of the Atomic Energy
Commission.
7inn wa th second too scient
ist to resign a government post
tnia weeK. me resignation oi ne ne-vor
vor ne-vor Gardner as Air Force re research
search research chief was accepted by
PrpeiHont Kispnhower vesterdav.
Gardner quit with a blast at the
administration s failure io speea
development of the intercontinen intercontinental
tal intercontinental ballistic missile.
Zinn was reported to have re
signed because a contract tor
building a particle accelerator
was scheduled to be let to Mid Midwest
west Midwest Universities Research As Association,
sociation, Association, a non profit body of 14
institutions. Zinn had hoped to ob:
tain the contract for Argonne
which is located at Lemont, 111.
ty. Many acts of violence have
come in the wake of this cam campaign.
paign. campaign. Not all the victims nave been
Negroes. White Protestant minis
ters have been forced to resign
their churches and educators have
been deprived of their posts for
their concurrence in tne u.a. iu
preme Court decision on segrega
tion."
The AFL-CIO said the federa
tion now has 500 local and county
unit in 44 states with a paid up
membership of more, than 200,000.
The ... movement is anti-union
and anti-democratic. Disruption
and disunity sown by the.:, coun councils
cils councils and their ilk must be vigorous vigorously
ly vigorously stamped out before they sap
the spiritual strength of Amer
ica.'..
The AFL-CIO also asked for pas passage
sage passage of FEPC laws on the nation
al and local level and recommend
ed x support of nondiscrimination
clauses in collective bargaining a a-greements.
greements. a-greements. at
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Chief of Staff, concratulates

THIS BABY OCELOT, as
friendly and frisky as a baby

Big 3 Warn
Armed East
BERLIN. Feh. 11 fTTPi TVi
Big Three Western allies warn warned
ed warned Russia vesterdav that. t. h p
Soviets must nrevent armprt
East German Communists from
maKing any attacks on West
Berlin.
The United States, Britain
and France bluntly told the Rus Russians
sians Russians they would be held re responsible
sponsible responsible for Communist acts
endangering the peace of this
Stale, Defense Till
On Balloon Releases
WASHINGTON. Feb. 11 (UP)
A sort of ill wind Is blowing be
tween the State and Defense de
partments on the. question of
balloons. ;
The problem Involves the
high-altitude weather balloon's
Russia claims the United States
Is floating over the Iron Curtain
for espionage Purposes. After
Russia lodged a protest this
week, the Air Force gave out
some Information on U.S. bal balloon
loon balloon operations that amounted
to a denial of the Soviet charges.
According to reports circulat
ing in the" Pentagon, the Air
Force's action miffed Secretary
of state John Foster Dulles a
little. He was reported to have
called Air Secretary Donald A
Quarles to complain..
It was understood that Dulles
told Quarles that because the
Balloons had drifted into the
realm of diplomacy, the" Alri
Force should be careful what It
says about them. Later a State,
Department official called the
Pentagon and asked the milita-l
ry to lay off the subject entire-
ly.' .
The Air Force Public Infor
mation Office promptly Impos Imposed
ed Imposed a blackout on balloon iews.
But' the Defense Deoartment
P.I. was less Impressed.
However, after further consul consultations
tations consultations between the two depart
ments, defense spokesmen agreed
partment's wishes.
p'boon Wins
Televisions Ft
A Pfrpc pv
The toi nHze r' nt,th W
KTinini Firxnt.!)'; p;1l n
television set wm. won lf i?ht
hv rhflrics Rf-nm of Balboa,
it ws announced today. ;
Other winners: (..
Maria DuVe of D!"w, piWi
won SpnnM pHr"n 'f P"t H5.
first, from a' leading "Panama
jewelry store.' -'
An' Ancon re'doit. Dnu"las C.
c"'jnv''t, cp,,nd thiH rx-ie; a!
50 "ift ertificafe. a'so from a I
lePTi"" P'lmmj iPWPlw,
And R. T. OTonnei-. .Tr o Bal
boa won a wk oriA. nt F' Pana Pana-m
m Pana-m for f'"o, th fourth- nrizej
e. b"". wN ttftr-ApA, was
held at El Panama Hotel.
SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 12
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Under Secretary of Armv Charles
kitten. But Maj. wmiam P sch'Ss
Soviets they

German Attack

Red-surrounded westen o u t t-post,
post, t-post, The Big Three Ambassadors,
In one of the strongest notes
ever delivered here nrntestert t
Soviet Ambassador Georgi Push-
Kin against tne formation of
bands of armed workers and
young men and women in Com Communist
munist Communist East Berlin.
The notes were believed
prompted by fears that newly
"sovereign'' East Germany
might be plotting new block block-ade
ade block-ade measures against this di divided
vided divided city.
Two days ago, the Communists
made a veiled threat to inter interfere
fere interfere with air traffic to Berlin
from the west If the Amorion
continue to send balloons over
tne soviet Zone. Similar threats
were made in the East Berlin
press today.
The Western allies,told Push Pushkin
kin Pushkin they have guaranteed "to
defend West Berlin against at attack
tack attack from, any quarter." "ry
-They said they would not
"recognize any waiver of re responsibility
sponsibility responsibility by the Soviet gov government
ernment government for acts which could
lead to any such attack."
The notes called th? Commu Communist
nist Communist formation of armed civilian
groups "ominous" and J'provoca J'provoca-tive.",
tive.", J'provoca-tive.", They said their existence
had serious implications -and
could lead to'the "gravest con consequences."
sequences." consequences."
The basis for the1 protest was
the parade In East Berlin last
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Must Prevent
On W. Berlin
Jan. 5 of almost 25,000 armed
communist young men and worn-
wi o,im wuiivcis mj marjc the an-
German Communist heroes.
The workers were armed with
Sllhmachln. anna Tit.'
contingent Including somH
hnv iiul ,1.1. i i A ... tj
s,a Buuut in years
old carried carbines.
Marilyn Is Okayed
For T.lovis Flaying
With Sir Laurence
LONDON, Feb. 11 (UP)-Actresi
Vivien Leigh said today she is
delighted her hnchanil Sir t
rence Olivier, is going "to make a
movie wun Marilyn Monroe.
"I think Miss Monroe is abso absolutely
lutely absolutely wonderful." laid Ml,,
Leigh.,
She arrived here today after a
visit to Paris and read of Olivier's
agreement with the enrvv Amri.
can blonde at the train station.
She sain she congratulated her
husband by cable and asked a
newspaperman to send a mes message
sage message to Miss Monroe, who said at
a New-York press conference yes yesterday
terday yesterday she considers .Olivier "won "wonderful."
derful." "wonderful." -.
"Your idol's wife thinks you are
marvellous, too," ; .the message
said.. .
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