The Panama American

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Material Information

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

Subjects

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

Notes

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

Record Information

Source Institution:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier:
oclc - 18709335
lccn - sn 88088495
ocm18709335
Classification:
lcc - Newspaper
System ID:
AA00010883:00565

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..? FOR SALE:-!1953 MG TD Roadster, have itf received a large variety of Srter,Cim. Low atsk-
-. de30 l[ g 0 perfect' condition. Consider turde. Gold 6Tuopical fishes. No. 18. 7th Bolboa 2-1866. a
30. call -b l Speed equip. for Hillinan Mi4-con" Street, Son Francisco de 10 Caleto. Ph A, af'd
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iLL PA C extra carburetor $7 Cod Albrook Pt. ec Caster Is S ep" Ponom i o I
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for q.ick sale ences In exclusive resliets l *e -n | A2
wrif f.oo s..t. s.',oU F, OR SALE tion. Suitable for di.ltOSud- A .
4-4549. F. SA1:-? ryib r Windsor -no *' ss executive of dlwrimi lining
r,. SALE:-nera Elt:,; w convrtqlbi-eow. *lo'td white-wall RiIftlUCHeD>OU tastes. For addition l an nf
.r !-' SALE:--General ~o| wqs hn rres, r io ar-conjitiontr, deluxe. -- sees Mr. Fabrega perrWse, .1
S n nc-'ne 60-cvcle. exellnt ondi- iras rrtl l SALE:-Bll & Howell 1- s. 18 Edit 29th Street, n.
Sion. Reoaonalle. 6I q\/ia Bellae .weeSoo or ovie camera. model 70DL W1 Vasco." between 10 a oon ,
or.ps, tctltage r i. San Fron*. oa 2-.35D0 of .matching. "Comat" lenses. Camera I and 3 to 6 pm.
Ciro. -- '" -ew, Lotest model. Call from like. A. hm
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-SALE:-Co-mplete oholdfur- rtqup, 2- side- Solo 579 d two-bedroom chaolet,. Stable for: -f(, ,for
ntut, including bedroom din jri wall tlres, ra ad tinte~i glass, --two couples: Two kitche6p, bath- .3 a ,t
:roqm, living room ind'dirte iats, ..a Ts mila o Btoin. Coll Harris, FOR SALE:.- AKC registered Soxer room, refrigerator, goi stave. Over- .
'mn l realohine el tfrical .- nr5 .at 9. pups, fawns1 blabk mask. Phong 6 looking SAS Commlairyl.- V Bell-. ( boo
moath;ne, electrical t 'P,'s P.I. 37- .77Gambon. lar(o Pqras. Son Francisco. Re
hild n'sfurnmture. ,tr N. l eo.IMw FOR SALE -5-piece dinfI room Phone 3-5024,
1 S i'g JJhousehold furnishings 1954P OR-tlP.--Cholet,
~A on,. s e t.e -- eI mouth Savay 4-door, months old. ft. Gabd
edrom set: twnir s: estdd i iI o Cto House 116, Gemboo, C.Z. one s-O_7. o
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wth large circur mrt, i t ades. hqterdfrater .Z. FR SALE:-FIWr model 2-speae rec- FOR RENT: 3-bedroo.hose of a
blet, two chairs. excellent i42.ord player in, mahogany cabinet. Miraflores No. I88, to re)ponile C.
All for 5 00. Phone nd. 'R SAL":-1949 ChvrJt 4-4oor $50.'B" Stme No. 50, ex.Alamo family. Phone 2-0064.
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*' octnealdix 80-l. 'cle wash-R. 26. .ir2 rooms garage, at "Botani "
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int, battery, 8-pl -f t" rdlor( beds. mattresses end lots
S 500. ei.a pw S ., f4 iture. House 2820. 13th St .: 10 t a
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THB PANAMA AMERICA!? Alt
INDEPENDENT DAILY NEW8PAPEN
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ISTHMIAN CHURCH NOTICES
Church of Christ
CRISTOBAL: American Lwlon Baa
Service* Stttajjy N* *"*
BIO ABAJO: Bous* Bo. S4S4 1* *
Sunday 43. A
Unifarian
ioWl.___________
OB th* AUuiUe id*
or writ* to
ST. MARY'S CHURCH Balbee
Sunday Mama IB 6:00. 10:0. and
"rlSiy Day MaaMi: 434, 4:40. Ufl and
5*00 d m
CooJenlons: Saturday: lklMii>j
7:1 1:M p.m. Thursdays: bafora First
Ir.day: 7*0 i.-00 PJU.
Mlraculoiai Madal Novana: ? on
"cstlchlsrn Claai: :44 (attar 4:000 man
7:00 p.m. oo Wednesday.
Baptist
Ble Abaja. *-*-- ounoay
** COCOL! BAPTBTt CHURCH
311 Bru.a Bad
Jan... A Warren. Peator
KSS,^SSW ::::::::::
Training Union .............
Brothsrbood .... -"Monday
Officers and T*JJao-00
A Beet .
u attuaai maututel
430 p-m
730 pm
7:00 p-m.
7;00 p.m
30 DA
7 JO p.m.
JO p-m.
3 JO DJO
on Sunday).
Study Club
SACRED HEAST Aacea
Sunday Maeiei: 435. 730 nd ?.,
Holy Day Maaaaa: 5:54 aJn. and 5:00
P"Con endona: Saturday: 230 4:00 and
7:15 1:00 p.m. Thuraday before rim
Friday: "00 p.m
Sacred Heart Devotions: 7*0 p-m. on
^Catechu* Claae: SOS 4:4 OAt on
Thursday
ST. THERESA'S CeeeB
Sunday Man: :S0 s.m.
Holy Day Maaa: 1:00 a.m. If It falls
or Saturday :S0 a.m.!.
Catechism Class- 940 11:00 a-m. on
Saturday.
Boi 144A **J^Sf-SML-0.
Joae r*nMo Ciaeraa. ranter.
jKrCtt l> SPANISH
Sunder Serene
Runaay School............ *;JJr
Kechin BetVtee ........ J fJ
ffHHZlSj. BlMe Study .. 190

^ -lWfj;
' riRSl BAPTIST CHURCH
*n AnconBoulevard
Drawn "B Balboa Helgnte
Phone Balboa 1727
-lea Charca away nee beano
wllk a welcome taet a* sadly."
WUBea* B. Beeby Pa****
Sunday ncnooi ............ OS aj;
, Mornlna Worahrp .......... 11:4 a.m
: BapiuWalnlnj Union .... 430 pm
BvaiiaauMie Service ....... **
Prayer Meeting Wednee.
day* .......!?_ *!! '** *
W\MA Bible Study tbure-
day* ................-i **
Mane atartherbnod (L-4
Monday b*month*....... '* o-aa
, ATLANTIC UAFTUMwCHURU
BoUvar Ave, at 12th Street
Crlaiobal. Canal Zone
* mm-J^mBt *"* Ban
Sunday School ........ e.as
Mornina Worahrp ............... W-44
Baptist Training union ......... 030
Wednesday Praver Servtee ..... t
r
Salvation Army
Ban D*aamt*artsaisl
The Pacific Side
* Sen^cSi and Mrs- M. McDonald
. is de Febrero
Phone 28-20054
10:44 Hollnaaa Meeting. 4 \
! 1:00 Sunday School. I
I 6:00 Youna Peoples Legion.
730 Salvation Meeting.
LA BOCA. C.Z
Sr. Cant Agatha William*
Lieut A. Watt
I Building No. lee*.
30 Sunday StbooL
11:00 Hal mam Matt.
B0 Young Peoples te
730 Salvation Maetlng.
BSD TANB C.Z.
Envoy and Mrs. C. L. Mooelay
Building Ba (OX
030 Sunday SchooL
11B0 Bolinees Meeting.
730 Savatlor. Meettni W
The Atlantic SMe W
COLON CENTRAL BALL
Senior Captain and Mn. C
: 14th Street
. Phone 24-742.
| Major Edna SHngKaw
COLON THIRD STREET HALL
a^^c.*.......~r T"
srZ'T5--Sc. *, grP
I 10:4 Holinees Maetlng. 1""'_.
I 130 Sunday School. dJT
030 Young People's Legion. w
TBS SareaBon Meetrng._____________
Union Churches
an PienaBaaej inaaiaH
la saesnllals. liberty as
la and eherBy la all
nu ATLANTIC SIDA
' ec Melendea Avenue and
Third Street.
Phone -144
. 030 abb. Sunday School tor an agv *
10:41 aja. Worahlp ServicearulChureh-
Smo nuraary
BO dab. Young Peonas Meeting.
Monthly laoaHnni t Womena Gronae
Charchee a* Mea aaewy fatthe sa na Canal Zana, and rise rermaaea
caHee a Panama ad Catan. ep-kRc a* Panosno. aitand a ealcssae
a* aiHO.se> and eeaen a* the
___iHaaaan.
M penkc eorvice. rhe The------------------------
dgRgsalaoHong. aarcae a* kaan 0 rershea masj thee
are raeeted rrom Haas to Haee. D.
Oaaamlaatloa, eaticaa at> naoea a rershea and arhee rasjaent snerearloo.
Uatiaae are raeeted tree. Haae h> Haee. Poaianaarlsai aMvaas
anty ene a. two nanmirliai ora Usted andes "Ottae. Chorchai And
Servkat" A special lietint to incraded lot I Orel III at Ateas; neat,
Ato IWea Urn and reevel atoMaaa.
Mksssters. ganwch eacratariae and rinplatoM ara naked te tavern,
the news desk ta Writing by Wedneedey swen at the latee at eay
ckeagea fa* Km cernina Saturday's cbarch aana.
Catholic
OUR LADY OP PATTMA
Sunday Mass: 1:30 a.m.
Holy Day Mass: 6:00 p.m. _
Confaasions: 430 4:44 tvaa. en Sat
Catechism Chun: 10.00 1141 a.m. on
Saturday ___^
ASSUMPTION CHURCH Peat hTJgnel
Sunday Man: 430 am.
Holy Day Mam: 430 a.m.
Confessions: 7:15 030 om. on Sat-
urday.
ST. JOSEPH'S Parstoe
3und.y Man: 7:00 a.m.
Holy Day Mam: 4:001 p.m.
Confaasions: 430 7:00 p.m on Sat-
Catechlam Clam: 100 4:00 p.m. an
Sunday.
Convert Clam: 730 pm. en Thursday.
ST. vTNCBrJTS Panana City
Sunday Maaaea: 430 and 030 am.
Holy bay Meases: 430 and 430 pm.
(if It falls on Saturday the Masses: 4:00
and 030 am. I.
Confemlons: Saturday 330 130 and
730 4:00 p.m. Thuraday before Flrat
Miraculous Medal Novena! 7 30 p.m.
"catechism Clam: After 4:30 am. Mam
or Sunday.
Convert Clam: 6:30 pm. on Tuesday
and Thuraday. ________
ST. JOHN. BAPTIST DB LA BALLS
Pareja* Lefevte
Sunday Massaa: 430 and 4:30 IA
Holy Day Masses: 430 am. and (30
" Confessions: 3:30 430 and 7:00 130
o.m. on Saturday.
Miraculous Medal Novena: 730 om
on Friday. -*
Catechism Clam: 330 pm. on Sunday.
Convert Clam: 730 pm. on Monday.
ST. TBBBRSaTS La Baca
Sunday Mam: 7:40 em.
Holy Day Mam: 5:30 pm.
Confession: Saturday: 4:30 7:30 p.m.
Thunday before Pint Friday: 430pm.
Catechism Clam: 1:15 pm. on Sunday.
Sacred Heart Novena: 734 pm. on
'ISnvart Clam: a pm. on Thuraday.
Episcopal
Bat. See. B Beber Oooden. ST.D.
tannri
Vary Ba*. M. Richard
030
430
7:30
030
1130
Sunday School
Youth Group...................
UaTvAt1AL STATION.' 'RODMAN
Sunday School (Building No. II
Morning Worship t..........
HEADQUARTERS OMPEL
Sunday .............,.......... *:*
Holy Communion (Episcopal I Sunday
1:00 Divine Worship (Holy Commu-
HniTcoamnunlmi .......u tBOate. >*>"> th. llntlundey In the
Church School and Adult monui).
Bible Clan............... 130 am.
Morning Prayer and Sermon 1144 am.
riret Sunday of the MonUs
Holy rnrnmimliai and Ser-
ia:
ANCun, CJL
THE CATHEDRAL Of ST
SUNDAYS
men....................... 10:46 cm.
Evening Prayer and Sermon 7 30 o-m
WEDNESDAYS and Holy Dap*
Holy Communion .......... 13D am
CHURCH (IruilR SAVIOsSS
3rd St. near High School
Rev Minor. A. CouBaon. laetai
Holy Cannaiod 730 am.
Church School 430 a-m
Morning Prayer-Sermon 1134 Age,
(H.C ftret Sunday In the monthl
Youth Pollowshlp 130 p.m.
Wednesday and Holy Days. Holy Com-
munion 1:30
A Uouae
vsu
all
cocou
Charch e( Si Aavarew
Th* Rev. William W. Baldwin
Holy Communion.
Family Pravor and Church School,
30 a.m.
Mornina Prayer and Sermon 11 am
IH.C. flrat Sunday In Month*.
Evening Prsyer. 730 p.m.
Weekday Prayer, 130 am.
COBOSAA
deed Sheahard
Van. LTb. Shirley. Arebdeaeen
30 ia Cvary Friday; Moroum rray
"(B-C. lac >lday.
-~ Charch
Van. U B. SsOrlay. Archdeeeen
Hoi communion......... 1*30 am
Sunday School........n.v IB an
Youth Organiiatlon* 430 to 4:40 om
Evetuna Prayer HbMe
and to 4th Sunday ........... IBS njav
Worn in'a Auxiliary ........ 730 pm
and and th Thuraday.
SL Peipsi Chare*
Van. Lemuel B. Shirley
In. J. S McDuffla. AaaUL
? am.Holy Coeamunion
am.Choral Sucharlsl <----
10 am.Mornina vrayei and Church
School.
Commiinten Tueadays and Thursday.
. us, WednesdaT. and Fridays lam
?Irla Friendly and 1 pm Monday. 4
da Tuesday; Vespers nlahtty at 7. en
cent Saturday Compline 140 oav
_ Margaret's Chapel.
Margal ita Basftl
Aflantte Sida-'
MIRACULOUS MEDAL. CrlaWhal
Sunday Massea: 7:00. SB0 end 1030
''Holy Day Masses: 030. *0 am. and
Confessions: Saturday: 430 30 and
..-00 1:00 pm. After Rosary each eye-
"'firsculous Medal Novana: 4:1" end
:00 p.m. on Monday.
Catechism Clam: After 3 mam en
'brpoaiuon on tint Friday all day.
First Saturday: Man at 1:00.
BOLT PAMILT CBYTBCH MargarHa
Sunday Masses: 730 end 34 e.m.
Holy Dey Massm: 0B0 am. and 330
PCcnfeaalons: 430 30 and TB0 30
pm. on Saturday. L
Miraculous Medal Novana: TKB p.m.
"catechlam Clam: 1:44 p.m. on Tuesday
Teen-age Club: 7:15 p.m. on Wednes-
^irst Friday Devotional 730 pm.
ST, JOSEPH'S CelAn
Sunday Masses: 4:44 and 130 a.m.
Holy Day Masses: 4:45 end 4:00 s.m.
Confewions: Saturday: 430 430 and
7'00 030 njn.
Miraculous Medal Noven* :11 end
7:00 pm. on Wednesday.
Sacred Heart Novena: T:l om. on
'sorrowful Mothari 1M pm. on Sun-
Convert Classes: t:U pm. on Monday
and Thursday evenings.
Catechism Clam: 1:00 430 PA en
Sunday.
OUR LADY OF GOOD COUNSEL
Sunday Mamas: 7:00 and 130 ia
Holy Dav Masses: 030 a.m. and (30
BOS
Confessions: 730 p.m ea Saturday.
Miraculous Madal Novena: 730 p.m
Tuesday.
Catechism Claat: 130 p.m. on Sunday
Sacred Heart Novena: 730 p.m. or
_BeT'l*1on Instruction: 436 tun. or
r*.
da
anrBTV* can*. *%. COOettemD
Sunday School am evening Prayei
'30 am.
PALO SECO _____;
Chasrch at The Bety CsmtlDlai
Vea. L B Shirley. Archdeacon
Every Monday (30 am. Holy Com-
PARAUO
Ba*. a. a. CsBarna
BS ia Holy Ooranyinlnn and I
30 a.m. Sunday School.
430 pm. Evening Prayer: Sad and 40>
junde va.
Monday: 7 30 pm. Youth MeeOs
wedneaday: 430 o a Olrkf Frlondb
Society.
BED TABS
SL Jsasaa' Chare*
Bev. D. A. Oaherae and
Rev C A CragwsB
r an AMA m__
ST. PAUL'S CHURCH
Vn U B. Shirley
and Tha Kv R1U RagUiaiO AtweD
CBaUST CHUBCH Bt
Posts and Bases
PACIFIC SIDE
PtillMsal
FORT AMADOR
Sunday School (Building No I) (30
Morning Worship ............... 1030
FORT CLAYTON
Sunday School (Building No. 144) 130
Morning Worship ............... 10:14
US. HOSPITAL
Morning Worship ...........*.... 10.00
FORT KOBBZ
Sunday School (Building Til)... 130
Morning Worahip ............... 10:44
Evening Worship ...........1130 pjn.
COROZAL
Morning Worship............
ALBROOK AIR FORCE BASE
30
FORT AMADOR
Dally
CaiheB*
Sunday
FORT CLAYTON
.....***
730
00
Dally __
Sunday Man ...............
U.S. ARMY HOSPITAL
7:30
30
'Sunday"Man ................... Y=44
COROZAL
Sundav Man................ "
LbRoK AIR FORCE BASE
Dally Mam.......
U.S^A^sTATC*."'EbDatAN
Sunday Mam.................. >***
........ 430
.7, 7:44 11:44
CLAYTON
AL
Sroi AIR' FORCE BASE
Saturday
11:30 p.m.
1:10 pm.
ATLANTIC 8DJB
Protestant
r11SdlyAScnoo, (EdueaUen C
Morning Worship ...............e**
FOBT CUUCE t<>
Sunday Sctooel.................. .'
SornKg^orlkii,'::::::::::::::"
7:30
Vm
30
7:45
T-00
:06
7:30
jew'lah
-U.
Coico. B, da P.
(Opposite Hotel \
n. Rav. Malacrt J.
SUNDAYS
Bt am. Holy Communion.
1:00 a-m. Choral Eucharkn and
1030 ia Church School Sa*...
730 pm. Solama Bveneong and Sar-
CatheBe
Po^tTuiSci .................
COCC^n^NAVLSTATibN"
IJe^Mam ..............;;
COCO SLITO
Sunday Mam
FORT pULJCK 1M BJa
Tuesday.................
Other Churches
CHURCH OF THE NAZABBNB
f^,M E'nooT- CX..Ph0O'4:45,rm
A'Snip-'::::.....flj-:
Youth Service ............ ?S 5a
Evening Servlea .......... 73J pm.
oT*V HOXO at :44 am
Tgfft&lSB
SUM***: -y, ,m.
Dtvlnn Wershlp ........... 13 pm.
Susadey Jeheof............ 730 pm.
Divine Worship ........... **"
irHOVAH'l WITNESSES
Road; Balbce, ______ ___
CEWSCH tm'"SrFVS"LM
OP UtTTER-DAY SaBFTS <*
Sunday eaaettnaa In Bm *^awi*>u>sai
tf .'. .hori AtUntlc aWatncn
co^rrTtm^*
Chaplain Ralph C Wilson
Phone 47-4a _-
Sunday School ........... 2!
Kornlng Worship ...... *SS
jtgjitns Warahtp............ ""
AEC Chief Says Dixon-Yates Row
Not Hurting A-Weapon Production
WASHINGTON. Nov. II (UP)
ChairmAn LewU L. StrauM of
the Atomic Energy Commission
teitlfied yeaterdsv the atomic
weaponi program, far from be-
ing hurt by the Dixon-Yates fu-
ror, Is expanding on sn unprece-
dented scale.
His statement wss an Implied
rebuke to Commissioner Thom-
as E. Murray who has protested
that the contract fight "divert-
ed" AEC from its primary job of
keeping ahead of Russia In de-
veloping and producing weapons.
Strauss testified before the
Joint Congressional Atomic En-
ergy Committee In support of
the administration's request it
waive requirements that the
controversial Dixon-Ystes power
contract signed Thursday b*
subject to a congressional re-
view.
Democrats made it clear they
still are out to scuttle the pro-
posal despite last-minute chang-
es designed to make the agree-
ment more favorable to the gov-
ernment.
Sen. Clinton p. Anderson (D-
N.M.), an outspoken critic of tho
contract, asked the AEC chair-
man if the agreement and the
controversy it aroused has in any
way affected AEC's weapons pro-
gram.
"In my opinion, It has not,"
Strauss replied. "...There hsa
never been s degree of expan-
sion In our production compar-
able to that which we are pres-
ently enjoying."
Strauss added that a "mis-
leading Impression" to" the con-
trary had been conveyed to the
public.
Murray hsd testified st s
tormy committee session last
Saturday that the Dixon-Yates
controversy was a "political
row" in which the AEC "should
never have become involved."
The AEC and its staff, he
aid, were being diverted from
their primary role of keeping
the atomic program ahead of
Russia's.
Strauss brushed aside sugges-
tions that the time of commis-
sion members have been "mono-
polized" by the Dixon-Yates af-
fair. He said "some of us who
work 00 hours a week have put
in 70 or 75."
Anderson told s reporter the
Democrats will be unable to stop
the committee from granting the
"waiver" sought by the admin-
istration. The' Republicans, he
said, "have the votes" to push it
through.
But Rep. Melvln Pries (D-HlJ
predicted the contract "will be
the maximum- work -ehvy-for
eratlng employes f of tth
ar-ior op-
the raU-
maxi-
klUed right after the new (Dem-
ocratic) Congress convenes" in
January.
He and other opponents never
have specified how they would
block or kill the agreement. They
could seek congressional approv-
al of legislation to nullify It. Or
they might vote to withhold fed-
eral funds needed to put certain
phases of the contract into op-
eration.
Committee Chairman w.
Sterling Cole (R-N.Y.) said mod-
ifications in the contract make
it "more favorable" to the gov-
ernment and should remove
"objections" raised by the Dem-
ocrats. .
Anderson, while critical of the
Dixon-Yates agreement Indicated
be shared Strauss' view that the
AEC'a weapons program has not'
been impaired.
A frequent visitor to the Los
Alamos, N.M., Installations, An-
derson said he got the Impres-
sion during recent visits that
"their work on the weapons pro-!
gram is moving ahead yery rap-
roads from the
mum of 10 hours to 12.
The 10-hour maslreum is al-
lowed under the Railwavy Labor
Act. The union said it will urge
the new congress hext January
to cut the maximum to 13 bouri
in a single day.
H. E. Oilbert. president of the
Independent union, said the 10-
hour maximum is Injurious to
the health and-safety of fire-
men, englnemen and other "op-
erating" employes, such as en-
gineers and conductors.
Oilbert adCtesseO a meeting
of the union's top officers and
legislative representstlves.
Railway Conductors
Threaten Strike
Action In Chicago
CHICAGO, Nov. 13 (UP)The
Order of Railway Conductors
threatened strike action today
to support Its wage demands.
A spokesman said the next
step in the union's dispute with
the nation's railroads would be
"to set a strike date and desig-
nate the railroad or railroads a-
Eslnst which strike action would
taken."
A majority of the union's 22.-
000 members have voted strike
authorization to enforce de-
mands that pay rates be based
on the weight of locomotives.
Both the union and a commit-
tee representing the nation's
railroads rejected a proposal by
the U. S. Mediation Board that
the dispute be submitted to arbi-
tration.
The mediation board presum-
ably would' forestall any strike
action by recommending to
President Elsenhower that he
appoint a fact-finding board.
Appointment of such a board
would defer a strike for 00 to
120 days under the National
Railway Labor Act.
The Brotherhood of Locomo-
tive Firemen and Englnemen be-
gan a campaign today to reduce
PLAZA 5 DB MAYO
,., ^/onof P. R.R.
The TOY LAND
of Panama City
VISIT OUR GRAND
EXHIBITION
Open to 0 pjn.
up to Nov. t
T ITCH
ties roof
yaw feet Itch, Mater, aaaart.
eel and Meed ae had Oar nearty
dee** dev/a la th* ahla. bWl, wen
dmVt aMT*r another day w11heat I
Nlx*d*rm. Tata reat mediente.:
right down three** the skia and
rid ef tha real eeuee *f year trer
Thafs vrhy Niaederm werhe ae fa
S&aaSrS"
B*t Nieederva tree* y
TOYS
from 5 for 5c.
up to $200.00
gOtL
PLAZA 6 DE MAYO
' '-ont of P. R. R.

PLAN TO AnEMD CHURCH THIS SUNDAY
AT THE
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
rshutfT sn,
; ; BAUB0A HEICHT8, C. Z.
(Just below the Administration Building)
9:30 *un.BIBLE SCHOOL
(Classes for all ages)
10:40 s.m."The Fellowship Of The Church" '
.. M .,, Junior Choir... Senior Choir
6:30 p.m.B.T.U. Training in Christian Living
7:30 p.in.,lWnnng The Battle But Using
r The Victory"
RADIO OUTLETHOZO-1M Rev. W. H. BEERY, Pastor
O tv.r.'"i i*')"''. '''. '"'
***; Everyone Welcome... Nurseries Provided
WBDNBSOATS
6:00 ia Holy Communion.
S^SSBSDAv5,SSr,:
6:00 pm. Prayer Guild.
SB
ntlDAYS
Children a atenerle*.
1
Study Club: IBS p.m. an
The Bev, Paul H. W. O lander, Pastor.
Phooe *-l*A
030 Biw* Hihom
10:*5 Warship sendee and filian* lean
BO Tour* Pntltaaahla.
THE PACiriC SB
IALBOA
The Be*. Alexander B. Shan. Pastor
Balboa Bd. at Sen Pblo St
Phone i-laSR-Chureh Offlc* t-SSSS
0:30 Church School Probus service
Parsonage Discussion Group.
SB0 Worship Service The Bxpandad
Session for Nursery. Kmderanrtan.
Primary and Junior Danta
Chureb-tane Ifursery for children
Mm Junior-Higb Pellowshlp.
* 00 Post-Hleb Veliowshlp.
1:0* Senlor-Blfh rallowshlp.
UniaOA
All imlsw at the
nu asrvK*e ei aw mnnoa union
nurch. comer of Oeulard Highway and
Ibert Avenue.
Tha Bev. Saymond to. Oray.
Phone 4-1*0.
0-30 Sanday School.
10 sa Mornina Worahht.
BDBO MIGOXL
Baraca PhlUfhea Bible Claaa.
Bev. Paul HoUovmy. Minister.
i *ja Sundey SchooL
Christieifi Scientist
CBWIST1ASI aClAMA U4UP<
S> km Church *t Christ Sdsnu,
440 Aaean noule.eid
Sunday 11*4; Wedneada '
Sundev Schow 030 em
sen Omsk* a* Carne, assas
UBOaavW
Thursua
C.T.O.
Thuraday.
MMACULA-TF. CoScKPTrONGard*
Sunday Masse*: 1M and 4:00 a.m.
Holy Dey Masses: 6:00 am. and B0
cnfamlana: 6 M T 30 p.m on 8at-
4:00 p.m. en
Mirac.lou* Medal Rovenai 7:15 om
on Monday.
Catechism Clam: S:4f
Tuesday.
sag.aob'1M
4:00 p.i
ST. VINCENTS Bamhe*/ CKy
Sunday Mames: 5:45 and 4:00 a.m.
Holy Dav Manss: IM a.m. and BO
p-m.
Confasatens: 4 0* SB* and 7-00 140
Miraculous Medal Novena: 730 pm.
en Tuesday
BaTd Heart Hovanai TB0 p.m. an
11 .-00 a.m. en Sunday.
Catechism Claaa:
friday.
Methodist
_ MtrntoDtsi CHUstcB
IBrltlrb Oenf*reneal
Bev. William H. Amsstrono
14th St." Panam City
?> am. Momlna Prayer and Sarmnr
4DC pm. Sunday Sanaa
7:15 nm Kvewtea Prava* nd Sarmoa
isiani BtXTTtODan CBUBCM
7th Street and Melende* Anna.
Coln S.P
Bav. Samuel Balden. Minister
Ba a.m.-Momma Service
S PA Sunday SchooL
7:15 PA Evanlna Service.
(Holy C^enrmmlon laf Sanaajsl
Moadey. 730 p.m. Prayer MeetJna.
BENBZni MKTHnOtSn CMUSKS
Satnbow City. CZ
__ Ba*. Samuel Waldan. Minister
Suuea* Un US am ana ua auw ,
dundsy School for aD asee at 030 on Connreaja
Tuesday 7 p.m.. Prayer Meetrng. Jnlda Cube
"T*nr Dritanan Te Waeah**.*
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SATUBDAYS
10:00 a.m. Junior Contlrmetlon Clam
7 JO pm. Compline-and MedtUuen.
do. mans rna, vinuu
SUvnr aty, C.B.
Bev'd. Arnold C. WaldocA.
Priat-ln-char*e
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Bev'd. Arnold C WsMasA.
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AlO ABAJO
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16 St. >raa Inte***
Bav. Clarence W.
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Sunday School ............ m*4 _. Tink- cZ-Sundaya, .1 a m. divine
Bapuanm. 6 to 6 om. and 4th Sun- ^^ip",) pJL Sunday School 730 p.
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Weekly Services In all Churche*
ae follows:
SATUBDAT: ___. ___
Sabbath School 030 a.m. Divine Serv-
ice. 11:00 a.m. Youth's Meeting. 434 p.m.
SUNDAY: Bible Lecture. 730 p-m.
WEDNESDAY: Bible Study end Prayer
Service. 730 am._ ^
Psclfic SidePanam Balboa
District Pastor W.H. Waller
(Tel. 26 ~ % 4S41I
Cabo Verde, Ave. J. P. de la Om* No.
H. Psnam* No. S. Janwuca Smdaty Ball
"8- St No. a Chorrillo. SOth St No. 17.
Puebla Nueva S-A St between Srd end
4th Sta. Bio Abalo. 11th St No. 47.
Balboa ChapeL 0444 Gavllan Bd. Balboa
I Saturday only).
Spanish Church** Panam A Cristobal
District Pastor Ruben Bull
Panam, Calle Darle. Na A Crlednal.
16th St A Bolvar Ave
Gamboa A Prijols*
District Pastor A. A. Ornado
(TeL 6 102)
Gamboa. Pralit Parkway, mjolaa.
Atlantic Side-Colon A Cristobal
District Pastor V. G, Newman
TeL M 6J6-LI
CeKm. Srd. St A Central Ave. CrlMe-
oaL lath St A Bolvar Ave.
n-rasx mission orui
*,. Waleaaa^B^aaewert.
nlrW- Sundays. pm. BfbU sehaoL
Wednesdays. Bible reedma
School at tt *TaBBaaraB*.
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nen*WMEB I.UTHEBAN CHUBCH
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Herbert T. a^rathel. Peats*
Baleen.
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The Bev.
Sunday School and Juntar end Adult
Bible Clame* at 4:0 *.m; ffJ'PL""?/
ice. 10:14 a.m. Beaular covered dhn sup-
per th* second Sunday ef each month
at use Lutheran Service Center at 636
pm. Holy Communion th* first Sundsy
of each month, with a pie-conmrunlen
devotion and registration the Friday
previous at 7 p.m.
ATLANTIC _
Beaular cervices s*V Sunday School
every Sunday at 2:14 p m at the Mar-
garita gymnasium, conducted by th* Bev.
IT T. Ttcrntn*! ef Seibo*. Holy Com-
munion the flrat Sundsy ef each saanuV
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you'll be able to
see and talk about that
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Sir:
SCHOOL rSOBLEMS
fur
I feel impelled to make reply to the malicious, 9troan
WuLlimM, and undignified atotement*noe about the schoiil
system and the overworked tudents the Canal Zone. -
* Th plea to Mr. Ester couldn't dffend since It U pretty
.-hard to hurt the reputation or feelings of a true lentlenun.
tiTwell-qualiiied educator and one who o genuinely bu the
'fctereats ol all children at heart. _^
For any person to fear going and. having a sincere, face
to tac*, talk yltb any choolteacher, principal or supervisor
la theCanal Zone U to appear comical. ...,.,
Even on* who had shot oil his mouth in the undignified
1 way that "A Parent" did in the Mailbox Tuesday evening wou.d
' need have no fear to take his problems- to the teacher involved
or to Mr. Base since the Canal zone school system, doe* not^eal
in petty personality dinerences but is mirajes reedy W torrfde*
the problems of anv who attend their schools whether those
oersons art lair or honest In the desire to seek help or not
The schools simply cannot and will not stoop to name call-
ing and foolish implications at least that has been my
observation of them as a parent of four hool chjldren.
To seek* a reply from the schools thru the newspaper in
' the blatant manner that the parent did Tuesday night cannot
be hoped for. A straightforward request for-help, I'm sure would
i^rvertnoere and Intelligent conetdefat on and remedy. I
II you aa parent handle your child s problem in ne
crude, bungling manner you attempted In the r.:1
U no wonder your child U not adjusting well chool irte and
does not know how to approach the teacher with his problem
you as a parent apparently do not know how either.
: If you have already made that approach there are sttll
Asveral dJrKW<, mannerly ways to seek higher help and
I believe me you would get It. ___'_ q.'j
I feel our children should observe from their parents the
' proper way to seek help for their problems rather than to
r.nt and niinri.nff '
rantand ''sound-off.'
A Parent who >>u his problems.
JOB DESCRIPTION
Sir *
What do you do when you see Breve happenings and fear.
i ful men: Do you see it as an established order of business o
! something unueufcl? I am naive enough' tO/beJieve men are fred
In this country and that such a situation should not exist.'
Qul tacet consentlt." _^
"* m a certain place men walk in fear. They are fired at a
moment's notice for no reason. Not even one day's notice.
If you have an accident with a vehicle, regardless of cir-
cumstances, or anything else, you are fired. It la your fault,
bo matter what
You are shifted from night to, day, or day to night work
with one day's notice and at the whim of certain people.
( You are not advised how long you can expect to be on your
shift there Is no routing of shifts (some men have been
on night shift since they started). ;
Night shift receives same pay as day shift. (Every place
else people get 10% extra for working at night). You work
Sundays and holidays regardless or whether you want to or not.
There Is no such thing as annual leave or sick leave, if
' you are sick, you don't get paid for that day and run the risk
'of being fired for not being there.
Their mottd is Dependability Responsibility integrity.
ThU la what tniy want from their employes, but not what
, they hand out Their motto should be Demoralization -* Re-
i cession Indifference.
Morale is a forgotten word no matter how hard you
' work, 10 hours a day, every day in the week, you will not get
. promoted. Subservience Is considered an admirable attitude and
; the general air ia that vou are lucky to be working at all, that
I you are there on sufferance.
As the Big Boss's sole Interest Is getting the low done at
the loweat possible cost, he Is even serioualy considering firing
! All the US drivers and putting hi local-rate. US are paid more
I than local-rate and also paid overtime for anything over 0
hours; local rate are only paid overtime for work over 56 hours.
: Is there nothing In the CZ Labor Code about this?
It Is my belief that dissension cannot be eliminated by
r constant firing as these problems exist someone should look
' Into the situation and correct them, until then,
*= Itt^.cejda.
Key to the Whole Western Defense Problem
COCO SOLO FLAG RAISING
Dear Joseph Blow: *
In reply to your letter "Coco Solo Flag Raising," did you
stop to think of the tears, heartache, and Mood that has been
shed to keep the stars and Stripes flying?
It is an honor and not a duty to be asked to raise the
flag of your country. Anyone considering the raisin* of the
flag a boresome duty and "Just another Job" should be classi-
fied a traitor.
A Texan. /
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OFFICE IN PANAMA: COLON sMNONi
By VICTOR RIE8ELL
It will come ss a shock to Wal-
ter Reuther, who once wat mowed
down by the Mob's artUery, to
learn tost the "combine" bss
resched into the eastern end of
CIO.
It becomes necessary to write
this at this moment because I take
snarpperhaps injudicious dis-
sent from the view that msyhem
is s private slfsir 1. it happens in-
side labor. I write this to protect
some ofReuther's own people who
bsve been warned recently that
they might soon suffer from sn
epidemic of broken jswa, cracked
sxulls and maybe even lead poi-
soning if they attempt to drive
the "combine" out of just one lit-
tle union in New Jersey.
These people of Reuther's have
been living under the pressure of
terror these psst fe : weeks be-
cause they've decided to fight the
rauicle men protected by one
Longy Zwillmana man so power-
ful that his friends come to him
for favor, although hir friend in-
clude such apostles of pillsge'ss
Frsnkie Costello, Joe Adonis, Mey-
er Lsnsky, Lucky Lucisno snd the
Chicago boys.
Longy has been s political pow-
er for some time. Her open hand-
ed. There's always a check for any
charity you might mention. His
multi-million dollar geniality hss
spread about him a legend for soft-
ness snd generosity. He is siso
bright. He realized long seo thst
the labor union csn be s thing of
beauty to s man with angles and
a passionate interest in power
politics without which you can do
no fsvors and get no favors.
So Zwillman began to gather un
ions as you might save loose
ehenge in s cookie Jar. He built
that specialist in extortion, Joe
Fay, now a resident of Dannemor
an ugly prison indeed, but no
uglier then the still powerful Joe.
Longy dispensed favors, cash and
conviviality from icy New York to
balmy Florida. In turn, the Joe
Fay combine of New Jersey AFL
leaders began paying the great
man Zwillman the only tribute the
hadwelfare contracts, delhrery of
labor peace or Uboi trouble on
big construction jobs, snd fsvors,
tuch ss hiring the relatives of bis
social lircle.
They siso whipped up msny s
political candidate snd the man-
Swer for specisl csmpslgns to put
sse men in office. ,
But soon the CIO came of sge.
It, too, could deliver votes. Zwill-
msn looked around for contacts in
them. And, accordng to papers
them. And, according to documen
now in the hands of iv.m authori-
ties snd some private anti-crime
committees, Zwillman ssw to it
thst these contacts consulted him
Beginning about March 1949, for
example, a number of conferences
were held st a roadhouse in Cala-
well Township on N. J. State
Highway Route Present were
two CIO men, a couple of AFL vet-
erans snd several politicians.
Zwillman presided.
At these conferences he let it be
known that he could "handle" he
AFL vote. What he wanted was
delivery of the CIO vote snd mon-
ey for the csmpsigns. The CIO
men were expected to deliver.
They tried. Once, for exsmple, the
innocent of s CIO county organiz-
ation backed a candidate opposed
by the Zwillman choice. Longy
called in his CIO contsct snd or-
dered him to dump the honest CIO
offlcisL The man was lster dump
ed
The Zwillmsn politifcsl csbinet
met secretly for .msny years
Sometimes in a Flor.hart.Pirk: apot
in New Jersey; sometimes at the
Berkeley Carteret Hotel in Asbury
Park and sometimes at the Sherry
N e t he r 1 a n d Hotel In New
York. Word would go out and tne
boys would come and take orders.
Sometimes they went through s
hocus pocus which would .have
made the Soviets turn red with
envy. At sn order from Zwillmsn,
brought by a minor AFL official,
the member of the combine would
wait for him or an emlsssry on
street corners, In parked csrs, or
in front of one of Zwulmsn s bus-
iness offices.
Their csndidsjes frequently won.
Members of their combine were
appointed to Important offices,
some of which they now hold. Do
not take this for merely a local
operation. Some of them p res-
aured businessmen as fsr off ss
Oklahoma selling "labor^pAAce
for bundles of $5,000 to $18,000 a
To do this it is importsnt to con-
trol smsll but pivotal unions. Sen-
ate reports are jammed full pf ev-
idence of this control. A few weeks
ego, CIO onion officials who never
came anywhere near the hidden
combine decided to fight one of
tne protected unions.
Word csme to them from the
ZwillmAn boys to "lay off' or
Also Now the CIO men who sold
themselves to Zwillmsn years ago
must r at4 lie the fact
that they hav* also betrayed the
little fellows who believed In them.
What sort of unienism is this?
M
SATURDAY, NOVEMBER IS, 1954 *
qt* VASIHHTOH
MERRY-GO-ROUND
If SIIW PIAISON
Papa's Prize
By BOB RUARK
I don't know why I sm so glad
Papa made the Nobel prize, except
he says he needs the money and
I like to see s msn make it when
be needs it. I have always found
that when you really need it is the
time when it comes hard, like
fcur in a crap game.
It seems to me thst Mr. Hemins-
wsy is more.deserving of the Big
Cssino thsn our other people,
mainly because in my estimation
Sinclair Lewis gave very little to
American literature except a drab
dramatization of the drab, as he
did drably fine in "Main Street"
and "Babbitt'. The only real bock
you could call a book he ever wrote
was "Arrowimith." Toward the
end he had quit writing books. He
was writing opinion and skipping
all the hard work.
Mr. William Faulkner, who also
collected $35,000 the Swedes
hsnd you n their own lottery
has given us about the same kind
of prose that James Joyce pro-
duced, which is to say it is large-
ly Incomprehensible to folks who
do not spesk unknown togues.
There is some meaning in it, sure-
ly, but you have to look under the
bed to find it, and I would rather
read something I can understand
without looking under the bed.
I have always been able to un-
d er s t s n d Papa, even in his
Koorer-efforts, snd what makes
im elosuently eligible is thst he
is humsn like all of us and he hss
his bsd days to mske good ones
look better. They still pay a lot of
money to ballplayers who get one
hit for three efforts with a bat.
Papa's average is considerably
better than .500, and nobody the
baseball business ever hit that
steadily.
They probably gave him the
award for a combination of "Old
Man and The Sea" and a couple of
plane crashes, when he should
have had it earlier on other merit.
"Old Man" was a fine fish story
but it wasn't a proper novel, and
not his best fish story, either.
His best fish storyin fsct, the
best fish story anybody ever will
writewas called "Big Two-
Hearted River," nsd he could
have got the Novel prize for that
one alone, .
What Hemingway got the prize
for, it .seems to me, was more for
being Hemingway than for any
particular thing he wrote.'He has
always been fascinated by death
and its adjuncts. He has lived in
the presence of it. He hss lived in
fesr of it snd written thst fesr of
it combined with acceptance of it
better than anybody I know. One
of his shcrt stories is called the
"Undefeated," and that ia Papa
all the way. He doesn't quit, and
doesn't care about what the fel-
lows ssy in the store.
Papa has been thumbing his nose
at public opinion since they first
rejected his short stories, which
they said were not stories but
scraps, vignettes, bits snd pieces.
But time has shown thst the most
story-conscious medium in t h e
world, Hollywood, hss been able
with varying degrees of success to
transfer those "scrsps," those "vi-
gnettes," into cinema.
But there is no dcubt, no doubt
whatsoever, that the Bwana
Mkubwa has exerted more of s
lasting effect on prose ss she is
WASHINGTON, -r The two fsc-
tors which hsve hurt Joe McCar-
thy most during his acrimonious
career in the Senate are: 1, his
attacks on members of the Eisen-
hower administration: 2. his vin-
dictiveness against fellow senators
who oppose him.
McCarthy's attacks on members
of the Eisenhower administration
have been well publicized. His re-
venge technique of investigating
those who oppose him is not so
well known. But f. as made Sen-
ate colleagues bitter. Here is part
of the revenge record:
Senator Symington of Missouri
When Symington persisted in dig-
ging into the reasons why Don
Surine was dropped from the FBI.
a friend cf McCarthy's approached
Democratic senators on the Mc-
Carthy committee and warned
that if this lne of cross-examina-
tion continued, McCarthy would
insist on publishing the police
record of senator. This was aimed
at Symington who as a younster
went on s joy ride in s neighbor's
car without bothering to ask per-
mission and later pleaded guilty.
The neighbor later wrote a letter
poch-poohing the incident. But it
remains a matter of police record.
Senator Jackson of Washington
When Jackson asked searching
questions of Roy Cohn. Cchn
jostled him in the corridor snd
whispered: "Want to get rough?
We can get rough tco." 8urine
then brought into the hearing
room a file marked "Senator Jack-
son's Record" and ostentatiously
put it on the tsbie where everyone
could see it.
John J. McClAyWhen McCloy,
former high commissioner to Ger-
many, now head of the Chase
Bank, instigated Ike's book-burn-
ing speech at D s r fanounth,
McCarthy investigators turned up
in Germany to probe McCloy's op-
erations, even including whether
Mrs. McCloy used her government
car to buy groceries. McCarthy
also accused McCloy of destroying
records on Communists inside the.
War Department.
Sen. Robert Hendrlckson of New
writ today than anybody who,j_When Hendrickson signed
came down the literary pike _intne |J|. subcommittee report
the past 50 years. His disdain for
cheapness of composition alone
would make him worthy of an a-
ward.
If you will read anything he ever
wrote, including the juvenile show-
offs that everyone writes when he
is young and angry, you will see a
devotion to detail and to how
things are, or can be, that is as
dedicated ss the devotions of any
priest. In the "Old Man," the dedi-
cation of man to fish snd fish to
msn came out of lot mere force-
fully in terms of life meaning
than the painful "Parablef of
Faulkner.
For one thing, Ernest Heming-
way has never hidden himself in
any place, and has pever used the
sspic of isolation as s protection.
He has run eagerly, head lowered,
into any walls of any time or place
or thing that needed knocking o-
and never apologized for it. He ha
moved through the world and writ
or thing that needed knocking
over and never apologized for it.
condemning McCarthy's finances,
McCarthy threatened to fight Hen-
drickson's re-election, called him
a "living miracle .. .the only man
in the wcrid who has lived so long
with neither brains nor guts."
Senator Tydings of Maryland
When Tydings refused to confirm
Joe's charges of Communism
in the State Department, McCar-
thy raised Texss snd Chicsgo Tri-
bune money to defeat Tydings and
circulated a fake picture of Tyd-
ings smiling at Communist chief
Earl. Browder.
Sen. Margaret Chase Smith of
MaineWhen Mrs. Smith signed
the Declaration of Conscience in-
directly criticizing McCarthy's be-
havior, he maneuvered one of his
friends, R. Jones, into running
against her.
Strove Hensel, Assitant Defense
SecretaryWhen Hensel wrote a
report on the Cohn-Scheine tries
to browbeat the Army, McCarthy
got hold of Henscl's income-tax re-
turns and sent two invstigators to
He hss moved through the world! browbeat Henselrs mother-in-law;
and written of its usage of him,
rather than hiding in a village
and creating the problems in his
head.
Any writer is jealous of another,
no matter what he writes, but I
have nothing but joy for Papa
and the Nobel prize. For some of
even told her her daughter was in
a hit-and-run accident in order to
scare her into giving information.
Time MagazineWhen Time pub-
lished critical stories about McCar
thy, ht wrote every advertiser ask-
ing them to cancel their advertis-
ing; later secured from Postmas-
us aficionados, he has already re- ter Gen. Summerfield the figures
ceived both ears of the bull. Now
they hsve given him the esrs and
tail and all the hoofs, and one sec-
tion of the ring, at lesst shouts:
Ole, Pspa! Ole!
on Time's second-class mailing
privilege and proceeded to cross-
examine Summerfield in an appro*
priation subcommittee meeting in
an obvious effort to undercut
Time' mailing privilege.
Senator Henninga of |MisAAri
When Hennings aerved -the com-
mittee probing McCarthy'a fi.
nances, McCarthy charged that
Hennings had three Communists
his office. Henninga asked the,FBI
to investigAte,#lsproved the
charge.
Senator SaMfm of Connecti-
cutWhen Baldwin, a Republican,
refused to swallow Joe' charges
that American offic era had
tortured the Nazi SS men who mur
dered 150 Americans at Maimedy
in The Battle of the Bulge, Mc-
Carthy proceeded to bulldoze and
torment Baldwin until be resigned
from tne Senate.
Newspapera and newspapermen
The iisi of newsmen against
whom McCarthy has used his re-
venge technique is too long to be
published here. He has leveled
charges of pro-comminism at the
Christian Science Monitor, Satur-
day Evening Post, Washington
Star, St. Louis Post-Dispatch, Mil-
waukee Journal, Madison (Wis.)
Capital Times, Portland Orego-
nian and many other.
But tae most dangerous aspect
of McCarthy's revenge technique
is thst he uses prvete money con-
tributed by bis Texas oil iriends
to hire an army of investigators
and they n turn are aole to
secure the tax returns of anyone
against whom McCarthy has a
personal gripe.
This is probably the first time
in history that a personal, private
army of investigators hss been
able to use U.S. Government rec-
ords and the power of U.S. Gov-
ernment subpoenas in somewhst
the same manner Hitler used ins
elite corps in Germany.
POLITICO-GO-ROUND
GOP Chairman Len Hall trieaVto
console his assistants over losing
the House. "All the committee
chsirmen are conservative South-
erners," Hall told his associates.
"Name one northern chairman of
an important committee." ... Ha
forgot that Vice President Nixon
warned the nation that Congress
would be in the hands of left-
wingers ... Ike lost both his home
districts last week. Morningside
Heights, New York, home ol Co-
lumbia U., elected a Democratic
congresman, Herbert Zalenko, for
the first time in years, while Get-
tysburg, Pa., where ike held tne
Pennsylvania political rally, also
elected a Democrat, James M.
Quigley ... Congressman Zalenko. t
was once stai wrestler for Colum-
bia ... One thing that hurt Sen.
Guy Gillette in Iowa was failure to
take a stand on >Je. He lost
in a big farm state while Sen.
I Hubert Humphrey of Minnesota
was rolling up a terrific majority
in another farm state ... Wiscon-
sin farmers turned Democratic
with such a vengeance that GOP
leaders just aren't talking about it
They almost defeated Republican.
Governor Kohler. (His family
make the famous bathroom bowls.)
... Says Dave Lloyd, ex-aide to
Harry Truman: "The only food
poisoning Nixon -has to worry
about is letting one cf bis speech-
es fall into his soup.'' Msmie Ei-
sehower almost wept at the de*
feat of her close friend Mrs. Ellen
Harris, who rsn for Congress from
Denver. Msmie had even made a
speech for Mrs. Harris and speech-
making is something Msmie al-
most never does.
Washington News Notebook
By Peter Edson
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WASHINGTON (NBA) The
real reason why Gordon Clapp was
not reappointed*chaiiman of the
Tennessee Valley Authority came
out during his testimony before
Sen. William Langer' Judiciary subcommittee invest-
gatng the proposed Atomic En-
ergy Commission 'contract with
the Dixon-Ystes group, to supply
power to TVA.
ClapD's testimony pointed up his
complete opposition ta the Dixon-
Yates deal. This was in January:
In late February, the Bureau of
the Budget directed the AEC and
TVA to make a joint study of the
project. TVA data blocked the first;
for as disadvantageous to the!
government. On March 3, Clapp
made a request to Bureau of the I
Budget for further appropiations
to increase TVA's gene rating
capacityt o meet AEC power de-
mands.
March 18, President Eisenhower
allowed Mr. Clapp's tern as chair-
man of TVA to expire. He stuck on
the job for two months more, bat
the forces against him were to)
strong and he had to get out.
E. A. Yates, president of the
Southern Co., and a partner w,th
Edgar H. Dixon of Middle South
Utilities, who now want to build s
private power plant to sell elec-
tricity to Tennessee Valley au-
thority, didn't think TVA would
work when it was first proposed.
Testifying before the House Mili-
tary Affairs Committee, condier-
ing the original TVA legislation in
1033. Mr. Yates declared there was
no market for the power to be pro-
duced by TVA. Ht said that at
that time there was a 06 per cent
surplus of power in this area, and
that engineers had concluded no
turtber hydroelectric power could
be produced.
At that time the Wilson dam was
the only dsm in the Tennessee
Valley.
There was not the slightest jus-
tification for building any hydro-
electric plants in the area, Mr.
Yates testified, and anyway, no
hydroelectric plant could compare
with a steam plant.
How important it ia to get out
every single vote, and how the
people who stay at home really
swing the elections, is shown-by
the closeness of the New York
governorship rsre.
Harriman won by a little over
10,000 votes, but if only one vote
had been shifted in each of New
York's 10,436 elertion distrihts,
Senator Ives would have been e-
lerted by the same majority Har-
riman had. This in a total of o-
ver five million ballots.
Assistant Secretary of State Hen-
ry F. Holland, in charge of Latin-
American affairs, is pretty handy
with the Spanish language him-
self and he is now insisting that
all U. 8. diplomats in Spanish
speaking countries improve their
proficiency with the lsngusge.
The old 8tate Department rule
used to be that foreign-language
officers were checekd up on every
six months. The new rule for
Americans at Latin Ame r i c a n
posts is that they must report on
their command of Spanish every
two months. Improvement must
be reported each period, or else.
i Deve Beck president of the In-
I ternational Brotherhood of Team-
sters, and an American Federa-
tion of Labor weep, thinks thst
the present unity talks now going
on between AFL president George
Meany snd Congress of Industrial
Organizations president W a 11A r
Reuther should be enlaryed to
take in John L. Lewis and the
United Mine Workers.
"If we're golas to have unity,'
let's have complete unity," says
Beck. His reason is thst UMW is
now competing with the Team-
sters for members in many a-
reas. Beck is trying to put to-
gether a two million member u-
nion. Lewis Mine workers claim
600,000 members.
The real problem of U. 15. civil
defense against a possible atomic
attack on the U. S. was pointed
up for Washingtor officials
by the two.hurricanes which hit
the capital, area this fall. Wind-
blown trees broke electric power
lines snd thousands of homes were
without current for lighting, cook-
ing, freezers, refrigerating, dish
washing, garbage grinding, etc.
Families that wore inconven-
ienced in this manner for even 24
or 48 hours had to eat cold food,
cook on their neighbors' gas stove
or even cook on fireplaces or out-
door grills. They had to scour
the country side for clock ice, ice
cubes or dry ice which simply
weren't available in adeq u a t e
supplies, to keep big stores of
food from spoiling.
All of this was not really serious.
But under a bombing attack, these
troubles would be multiplied 100,-
000 times or more.
The paradox of the situation is
thst the family that lives In a
cave ia better off in this atomic-
mad age than the .amily which
today enjoya all the modern mi-
racles of civilization.
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