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Overhaul of the Gatun Locks a job done every five
years is scheduled to begin tonight when the last trans transit
it transit is made through the east chamber.
In connection with the locks overhaul, the locks area
at Catun will be closed to the general public beginning
tomorrow morning and no visitors will be permitted until
the work is completed, wVich will be sometime next May.
During this period visiting will be permitted only at
Miraf lores Locks since the Pedro Miguel Locks area is
not open to-the general public i
With he.losing of the east
chamber at Gatun, the Atlantic
locks will begin a 24-hour operat operating
ing operating schedule and" the Pacific locks
will operate from 7 o'clock in the
morning until midnight to accom accommodate
modate accommodate the current average num number
ber number of vessels which are expected
to transit the canal during the ov-
The number ef ships which can
be handled daily at Gatun dur during
ing during the overhaul period will bo ap approximately
proximately approximately 25 percent more
than in previous years because
of modifications which have boon
made to the Locks. .v
Double culvert operation will be
possible throughout the two periods
when the east or west chambers
are out of service.
The modifications will also per permit
mit permit both chambers to be in serv service
ice service with single culvert operation
when the center wall culvert is
under overhaul ;
This will be possible PluggM
the intakes in the locK iioorswnin
.r fi.rf from the center wall culv
ert. This phase of the..'
irk is to
begin about mia-Apru.
Tho 150-ton erantbo
' t rh;MH ) M nr
.ft.r midniflht tonights hai41
oquipmnt rtquira a n j
haul. The hugo eaiisons which
block off tho lock chambers will
be moved into place tomorrow.
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CcHEl Co. CoErd
To Mset&l Balboa
On Jxi:ry 19 ;
nfAmKAie nf tti hoard at direct
ors of the Panama Canal Co. will
hold their next-quarterly meeting
Jan 19 in the board room of the
Administration cunaing mi bw
. This will be the fifth time that
. . 1 1 I mast.
the board nas neiu us,
in nf the calendar year in the
Canal Zone, the practice having
been approved in a reso ution of
the board. Other guarterly. meet meetings
ings meetings are generally held in Wash-
The "meeting this month is to be
attended by George H. Rodench,
Assistant Secretary of the Army
and chairman of the board, who
will preside. t "' j. ''
Th T Hmtinn of the board will
be directed chiefly on fiscal mat mat-Prinrinsl
Prinrinsl mat-Prinrinsl amone these wul
v. thn ssenmntinnx UDon which
UC UIC w
the 1958 company budget wul be
bSMost of the memberx of j the
board attending are expected to
spend some additional time on tne
Isthmus for first hand observa observation
tion observation of various Canal operations
and facilities. .v. :
In addition to the chairman, oth other
er other members of the board are Sec Sec-nl
nl Sec-nl the Armv Wilber M.
Brucker; stockholder: Gov. Sey
um nrocirtpnt nf the company,
irwtu. F 1 -J - 1 V.
T Coleman Aridrews, of Rich Richmond.
mond. Richmond. Va.t John H.' Blaffer, of
Houston, Tex.t Kooerc
roughs, of Manchester, ---N.-H.,
Ralph H. Cake, of Portalnd, Ore ;
Gen. Glen E, EdgerWn, of Wash Wash-n
n Wash-n r. Thpndore H. Maen-
ner, of Omaha Neb.; John W
Maftyn, of Washington; Howard
C Petersen, of Philadelphia, Pa.;
Charles S. Reed, of Oam aha and
Cen. Julian L. Schley, ot wasning
Skirts In Class
THOMSONVILLE, Conn., Jan. 6
fUP) Shirley Richardson, 13, re rejoined
joined rejoined her classmates today, her
controversial slacks covered with
a conventional skirt.
Shirley had been kept in a sep separate
arate separate room because school offi officials
cials officials objected to her manly ap apparel,
parel, apparel, which her parents insisted
was necessary for her health. Fin Finally,
ally, Finally, after more than a month's
impasse, a compromise was work worked
ed worked out, subject to approval of the
bo;ird of education. It also applied
to Shirloy's 11-year-old sister Judy
w iio had heen wearing slacks with-
. nut ary. lam..-,- ,,,
Jlwr dad said, "Both girls will
be n:cc and warm this way."
The .unwatering of the 1 o e V
chambers to sea level will start
sometime tomorrow morning, and
after the caissons are placed the
remainder of the water in the
locks will be pumped out,
Several hundred extra workers
have been hired to begin work
Monday when the overhaul will be
gin m earnest.
Approximately 775 extra men will
be employed at Gatun this year.
Of these, about 115 are skilled
tradesmen and supervisors.
In addition to these, employes
will be transferred from the Docks
Division or other units for tempor
ary auty at uatun
Capt.- Frank A. Munroe. Jr..
Marine Directorhas notified ship shipping
ping shipping interests of the comp 1 e t e
plans for the handling of marine
traffic during the overhaul.
Among tho plans is the arrange
ment for tho uio of a tug at tho
north jnd o ftho locks to assist
shios. This service will bo furniih-
od pf tho Panama Canal Com
pany mi r9 cm i wiipping
Although the work schedule Is
subject to chane, it is presently
planned to 'cow.!ftf the. .'overhaul;
of the east chamoers by Marc it 1
nd the west chambers by April
The overhaul of the center wall
culvert is the last work scheduled
and this will require about one
month's time. f
Oh Atlantic Side
Organization of the Cristo b a 1 1-Margarita
Margarita 1-Margarita Civic Council for 1956
was completed at the regular meet meeting
ing meeting of the Council held Monday.
New representatives to the Coun Council
cil Council chosen in community-wide bal balloting
loting balloting in November were installed
These representatives, who will
serve for a two year term, are
Frances Moomaw. Fki r.h
tester T. Brennan, Fay M. Browni
ueraro ; a. Senear, Frances B.
Whitlock, Peter W, Foster and
Robert H. Miller.
Alternate representatives for this
year are Dorothy Meehan, Louise
E. Griffon, Louise Sugar and Ray
mond u. uusn.
council ouicers elected were
Thomas L. Sellers, president; E.
Tom Harper, 1st vice-presid e n t;
Frances Moomaw, 2d vice-president;
and Frances B. Whitlock,
In assuming office, Sellers ex expresses;
presses; expresses; the appreciation of the
community 'for the services of
Virgil C. Reed, 1955 president.
and made an appeal for wider
community interest in the affairs
of the Council, stressing the fact
that all regular meetings are open
to all residents of Cristobal and
Grace Kelly And Her Prince Discuss
NE4t'ORK, Jan. 6 (UP)-Ac-tress
Grace Kelly and Prince Rai Rainier
nier Rainier III of Monaco make their first
public appearance tonight as an
engaged couple, but today they
secluded 'themselves in her Fifth
Avenue apartment to discuss an
important matter the wedding
date. ',-"" ..;.'
"Her Grace" and the prince
astounded nearly everyone yester yesterday
day yesterday with the announcement that
they will be married sometime af after
ter after Easter.
They drove to Philadelphia for
an announcement lunch and re returned
turned returned to Miss Kelly's New York
apartment late last night.
Tonight they will appear together
at a charity ball aptly named,
"A Night in Monte Carlo."
The fabulous gambling casino
Monte Carlo is located in the half
square mile principality ruled by
The couple will occupy the roy royal
al royal box at the plush soc.al affair
held in the grand ballroom of the
Waldorf Astoria, accompanied by
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John
B. Kelly of Philadelphia: socialite
Mrs.- Lytle Hull and Father Fran Francis
cis Francis Tucker, the prince's personal
Ailss IvtliV s uiirr.dKe to tl.dCanccJ m t!;e streets till the" wee
handsome prince probably wi.IH
A Panama Canal board of In
quiry today was investigating
an accident which occurred early
tnis morning when the Norwe
gian cargo chip Trondanger,
whl'e pulling out of pier 9, side side-swiped
swiped side-swiped the Helena which was
berthed at an adjacent pled In
Cristobal, causing minor dam damage
age damage to the. ship.
The 7,000-ton Trondanger was
being assisted by the Canal tugs
Cardenas and Trinidad when
the accident occurred at about
8 a.m. today.
A board convened to probe hv hv-to
to hv-to the cause of the mishap. The
exact extent of the damage
caused to the Standard Fruit
Co. shin Helena has not yet
been determined, but it w re
ported to be "minor,"
The 488-ft. Trondanger trav travels
els travels between: Hamburg and Ta Ta-coma,
coma, Ta-coma, Wash, and is now carry carry-In
In carry-In a cargo of automobiles. The
2.259-ton Helena, which arrived
here from Oslo, Norway, is
bound for Ecuador where she
will pick up a cargo of bananas,
She ia now travelling In bal ballast.
Fenton and Co., agents for the
Trondanger, said captain of the
ship is Albert L Wilder.
Fl. An::i:r Jailer
A Ft. Amador building, Janitor,
Tomas Gutierrez, wj iouna
Rulltv of petit larceny yesterday
after he was accused of faking
$20 front the purse ot an? Army
employe during a pre-Christmas
ornce; party. .f:A. ;,;-
The 27-year-old defendant was
fined $10 and given a 15-day jail
sentence, however the sentence
was suspended for a period of
one year. . a
An observer on the scene said
that ten minutes after Gutierrez
was told that he money was mis.
sing from he purse of Elizabeth
Boyies, in buiimng l, Ft. Ama Amador,
dor, Amador, he turned up with the $20
bill which he said he found in
a wastepaper basket.
Lt. Gen. Harrison
For Medical Tests
Lt. Gen William K. Harrison,
Jr. left from Tocumen. Airport
this morning for Washington where
he will enter Walter .Reed Hospi
tal for a medical examination.
Harrison, who is Commander In
Chief, Caribbean Command, ex expects
pects expects to return to Quarry Heights
withm a lew weeks, v
Rear Admiral Grover G. B. H.
Hall, Commander of the Caribbean
Sea Frontier, with headquarters in
San Juan. Puerto Rico, will be in
command during Harrison's abs
signal the end of her highly suc-i
cessful movie career, but when
the couple can be married depends
a lot on the movies.
After the wedding and honey honeymoon
moon honeymoon Miss Kelly will return to
Hollywood for the picture, "De "Designing
signing "Designing Woman," with Jimmy Ste Stewart..
wart.. Stewart.. .;' v '
The filming '6f "High Society,"
with Bing Crosby, scheduled to be begin
gin begin Jan. 17 is expected to take a a-bout
bout a-bout two months, a studio spokes spokesman
man spokesman said, which means the couple
could be married any time after
Easter, April 1.
MONTE CARLO. Monaco. Jan.iserved
(UP) Champagne ran short
in gay Monte Carlo today as Mon Mon-egasques
egasques Mon-egasques joyfully toasted the Phil Philadelphia
adelphia Philadelphia girl who is to b e c o m e
The girl is movie-star Grace Kel Kelly,
ly, Kelly, whose engagement to hand handsome
some handsome Prince Ranier was announc
ed yesterday. '
Corks popped, balloons floated
through the a i r. Monpgasques
hours. For the engagement .had
LITTLE DOUGLAS FIELD shakes hands with Maj. Gven. Lionel
C. McGarr, commanding general, US Army Caribbean, as the
General pledges USARCARlB's full support of the 1958 "March
of Dlmesf' campaign., Douglas, three-year-old son of Capt. and
Mrs. Gordon Field of Fort Clayton, was stricken with polio in
-1953 and still undergoes physical therapy treatments weekly.
(US Army Photo)
Sergeant Guilty In Club Row
Out Gets Suspended Sentence
ficht.over the rehirn of a
karfciool to theAtmencan Legion
Club, which developed between the
club manager Sgt. Raul V, Bar-i
bar and and a former Canal Zone
policeman in the early morning
hours of New Year's Day, was
resolved today in the Balboa Ma Magistrate's
gistrate's Magistrate's Court after a two-day
trial and a parade of a dozen wit witnesses.
nesses. witnesses. .."' .;''"',! ... ' :'
Complainant In the ease, Clif Clifford
ford Clifford Moore, a Locks Division em employe
ploye employe and ex-Zone cop, claimed
that the club manager pulled a
gun on him-as a result of an ar argument
gument argument over the return of a bar bar-stool
stool bar-stool which Moore had taken out outside
side outside of the club.
In the ensuing scuffle, Ho ore
was hit by gun he tried to wrest
from Barbara, and war struck o o-ver
ver o-ver the left eyebrow,
Balboa Magistrate Judge John
E. Deming, after taking the case
under advisement, this afternoon
found Sgt. Barbara guilty, but im imposition
position imposition of sentence was suspend suspended
ed suspended for one year,
A total of five .witnesses took
the stand today to testify on be behalf
half behalf of Sgt. Barbara, who faced
a charge of '.'drawing and exhi exhi-tlng,
tlng, exhi-tlng, not in necessary self-defense,
a pistol, in a rude, angry
and threatening manner.''
Three of the defense witness witnesses,
es, witnesses, Maj. Thomas H. Brown, who
is Barbara's commander, at Al Al-brook
brook Al-brook Air Force Base; Capt.
Gonzalo R. Ponces, who is in
charge of the defendant's out outfit
fit outfit at the USAF Latin Ameri American
can American School, and MSgt. Morris
De Arza, who belongs to his out outfit,
fit, outfit, all testified that Barbara's
reputation for peace and good
order was "excellent."
Two other eve witnesses
Since both the actress and the
prince are Roman Catholics it is
unlikely they would be married
Miss Kelly said she would take
a leave of absence from MGM af after
ter after completion of "Designing Wom Woman"
an" Woman" but it was deemed unlikely
she would ever resume her. film
career. v,.'" ::":;:.;""':',
A Milwaukee, Wis., radio sta station
tion station quoted her brother. Jack Kel Kelly,
ly, Kelly, Jr., as saying his sister "hopes
to retire from Hollywood" after
finishing the two projected pictures.
nuns Short In Hsppy Henrico.
'' ('..:' '. '.,:.'. -r-. .'.:.'
a double purpose.'
Not only had it provided the
handsome prince with an eminent eminently
ly eminently suitable glamorous and famous
It had also increased the chanc chances
es chances that the 2000 native Monegas Monegas-ques
ques Monegas-ques would live a tax-free exist existence
ence existence for many years to come.
For unless the prince produces
an heir male or female the
Principality reverts to France on
'his oatn uhit an- ancient treaty
signed during World War I.
. were Georfe A, Plack, Jr.,
treasurer Of the American Le Legion
gion Legion Club, and Armando J,
Gasperl, Jr., who is oil the
house committee of the club.
Black told the court that he
was notified there was a fracas
outside and encountered Moore
walking up the stalra and wear
ing a bloody shirt. When he
asked the ex-policeman what
was wrong, he was told to get
out of the way, T am going to
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Back In Action
Normal Thatcher Ferrr
will be resumed at 6 o'clock Sat Saturday
urday Saturday morning following the com completion
pletion completion of extensive repair work
which has been in progress for
the past two weeks. 1
The service is being resu m e d
several days ahead of schedule.
When the work was begun it was
not expected to be completed until
late next week.
The repairs are being made by
Bildon, Inc., which entered low
bid for the work. It was schedul scheduled
ed scheduled at the present time to take ad advantage
vantage advantage of extremely low tides oc oc-curing
curing oc-curing during the latter part of
The work involves extensive re repairs
pairs repairs to both ferry slips, the (re (removal
moval (removal of dolphins on the west
ferry slip, and replacement of the
floor of the west ferry ramp, Part
of the work will be delayed to a
later date pending the receipt of
Radio station WOKY news editor
Jock Laurence said he called Kel Kelly
ly Kelly at his Philadelphia apartment
to get the statement.
"After she finishes two picture
commitments, she hopes to retire
from Hollywood," Laurence quot quoted
ed quoted Kelly.
Miss Kelly refused to say out outright
right outright whether her marriage would
end her budding movie career dur during
ing during a news conference at her par parents'
ents' parents' home yesterday. But she said
she "certainly? would live in Mo Monaco.
naco. Monaco. ' - '
The blonde actress, who will be
The apparent lack of interest in
marrying and fathering a family
has had his subjects on tenter
hooks for years.
" All along the winding streets of
Monaco and its twin city of Mon Monte
te Monte Carlo chic shops blossomed out
today with eye-filling photographs
of Miss Kelly serving as the only
decoration in their windows.
And everywhere there was hp-
iPy .ttaurauoui-i piiacc5 .jma-
INTO HIGH GEAR
The Panama Canal Company's
power conversion project has mov moved
ed moved into high gear and 1956 will
see rapid strides toward the day,
about four years from now, when
25-cycle electrical equipment will
be but a matter of Canal Zone
history, today's issue of The Pa Panama
nama Panama Canal Review reports.
within nmtr few wnki
the first (0-cyclt lictrlcil cur current
rent current generated and used by con con-vrtd
vrtd con-vrtd equipment will be an c
This will occur on the Atlantic
side where conversion of reauen
cy-sensitive equipment for homes
and shops will begin soon under
a contract for which bids were o-
penea: late last month.
mis major step toward comole
tion of the $25,000,000 project, in
eluding the locks conversion and
purchase of new towing locomo
tives, will be but one of many to
be taken during the n e x t few
Contracts for most ef the ma ma-tar
tar ma-tar phases of the project, with
the exception of tho conversion
of tho Pacific area south of P P-Pedro
Pedro P-Pedro Miguel, will bo advertis advertised
ed advertised for bids or awarded during
this fiscal year.
Bid,s for the Atlantic area con
version, one of the kev contracts
of the program, were opened last
month with the Sachse Electrical
Company of Lake Charles. La.,
entering the low of, four bids re
ceived with an offer of $1,213,397.-
96- '. .,;::.,
The bidror: tTifs ; -project 'twere
being analyzed at the end of De December
cember December and it was expected that
the notice of the award of the
contract would be given early this
month. ',:" .'; j -Following
this, notice to proceed
will be issued to the contractor
after compliance with certain for formalities
malities formalities by the contractor and ap approval
proval approval of the contract by Govern Governor
or Governor Seybold. ,''".
Before beginning work on t h e
new contract, the contracting firm
will be required to submit a con conversion
version conversion schedule subject to ap approval
proval approval of Col. Hugh M. Arnold,
the Canal's contracting officer.1
This schedule is of major impor importance
tance importance in the successful prosecution
of the program because of the
complicated time schedule requir required
ed required for the variety of work involved.-
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This work schedule will also be
of interest to Atlantic side resi residents
dents residents of the Zone- communities
since the townsite of Margarita
will be one of the first areas a a-vailable
vailable a-vailable to the contractor for con conversion...':.::'
version...':.::' conversion...':.::' ;"--y---''"- -v
Initial conversion will m a k o
uio of tycycle energy generat generated
ed generated by tho frequency changer at
Ague Clara Diosol Sation. This
machine was to be placed in
regular operation Jan. J and
uiod untif power fronti the gen generators
erators generators at Gatun is available,
The contract covering the Atlan
tic area conversion includes 1,405
separate items, the largest num number
ber number ever included in any single
contract by the Panama Canal.
Specifications cover the conver
sion of all frequency-sensitive e e-quipment
quipment e-quipment on the Atlantic side with
the exception of that, at Gatun
Locks and the Mount Hope f i I-
tration and pumping plants which
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ine nrsi American" woman ever
to marry a reigning monarch, will
have a dual citizenship after their
She will become a citizen of
Monaco by virtue of her marriage
to the prince but will retain her
Trc -I.? l
She will be referred to as "Her
Serene Highness" after the mar marriage,
riage, marriage, the announcement of which
caused jubilation in Monaco,
The couple met and t courted
while Miss Kelly was making
film,' "To Catch a Thief" on
nearby French Riviera.
Rainier resumed the courtship,
so comment ne Brought along
ring, recently when he came to
the United States for a "medical
checkup and "a tour."
Miss. Kelly and 'the prince will
have little time for secluded bil billing
ling billing and cooing before their mar
She leaves for Hollywood this
weekend and theprince will go to
The Bing Crosby picture will
take up most of her time for the
next two months and all indica indications
tions indications pnintH .'o a wains' shortly
WASHINGTON, Jan. 6 (UP) Congress will ga
along with President Eisenhower's request to keep fed federal
eral federal sales and corporation taxes at their present levels fcr
Key lawmakers in both parties and both Houses to today
day today were agreed on this.
They said there will be little or no difficulty in ex extending
tending extending the business taxes and thus saving the Treas Treasury
ury Treasury $3,000,000,000- as requested by Mr. Eisenhower .Li
his State of the Union message yesterday.
This means excise tax rates
on such Items as liquor, gaso gaso-fura
fura gaso-fura would Continue at their
line, clgarets, cosmetics and
present rate after April 1 al although
though although they ( originally were
scheduled to decline then The
tax rate on corporation income
would continue at 62 per cent.
As for personal income tax,
most lawmakers agreed with
the President there can be no
But some held out hope that
another look at the government
hndiret in the sdnm can yet o
pen the way to v reduction l l-th'nn
th'nn l-th'nn .T)iiv 1 nr next January.
, mp P!inhnwer!n his Con-!
gressional message, yesterday,
,. j .... u i. nnn-
ruled out, as far as he Is con
cerned, any reduction now in in
come taxes.- :'..; '..-
And he sa d he won't go along
with a cut' in the future untu
such time as the budget can
show a surplus even alter aome
payment is made on tne nation national,
al, national, debt. '--',.'
Member in the best posi positions
tions positions to influence tax legisla
tion said there will be no seri serious
ous serious move, for the next sever several
al several months anyway, to start
a tax-cutting drive. -f -v'-Many
said the President won't
know before May perhaps even
June whether conditions he
laid down for a general tax cut
can be met during -the liscai
year starting July I.
CZ Damocrals Gsin
To Pariy Convention
Local Democrats will have an
additional delegate at the Demo
cratic National Convention that
will nominate candidates for
President and Vice President at
Chicago next August,
The Democratic National Com Committee
mittee Committee has increased representa
tion at the National Convention
and the foregoing Information
has been received by the chair chairman
man chairman of the local delegation in
tne last conventien.
Canal, Zone Democrats will
have, according to the new al
lotment, three principal dele
gates and perhaps six alter
nates. But the representation is
not entirely clear, and further
Information has been requested
from the Democratic National
The Democratic Party, being
really democratic, has given lo
cal Democrats a chance to ex
press their choice of candi
dates, which Is someth'ng, so
long as they cannot vote in the
elections except by absentee bal
lot. Absentee voting is difficult
in the states that permit it,
so that participation In the
nominations gives Democrats
somcpart in their party's acti activities
vities activities and its choice of undi undi-dates.
dates. undi-dates. Absentee voting has been
made easier for members of the
Armed Forces of the United
States and, according to a re report
port report from the Defense Depart Department
ment Department a larger proportionate
vote from the service voters is
expected this year than in any
other Presidential election. The
potential is more than 2,010 000
service absentee votes, the larg largest
est largest in peacetime elections.
Under '"the impetus of Presi President
dent President Eisenhower the idea of
"getting out the soldiers vote-'
has been expanded to embrace
civilians as well as those on
military duty who are away
from home in the "coid war"
service. If these civilians are
included' it brines the cotal po
t'ai t3" three 'rr.iiiion ftfs.-
They figured he might at
that time foresee enough of a
surplus in store for the new
fiscal year to recommend that
Congress go ahead and ire
the taxpayers a break. But
there was disagreement as to
whether this happy fiscal con condition
dition condition was probable.
That raised the next question'.
Not everybody In Congress
was as wed to the idea of debt
reduction as Mr, Eisenhower.
Suppose he takes a lork' in
May or June and st'M can't
a tax. cutf. Could"t..:src---, S't
an election yot, ta
jits teeth and appiove a .a
r. nn inraivl
The way most members were
talikng today in both parties
the answer was no.
But there was a feeling that
the closer members get to elec
tion day, tne warmer will wax
their -sympathies lor the tax
k v ? .' ..'..' . .;
"Come June," said one Inform
ed Congressional source, "there's
won't be so many statesmen a-
round as there are now."
Politics, as always, will clay
its part in whatever decision is
Zona's X-Ray Ee:;i
yyiliiil jiuiiwU :
To Allillc Sii:
, The extensive chest X-ray
program which has been car
ried out free of charge among
the Canal's U. S.-rate and lo
cal-rate employes and their de
pendents on the Pacific side
since January 1954, Is now near near-lng
lng near-lng completion. .
AH school children. U.S.-rate
employes, and their dependents,
and local-rate employes have
now been process, and local local-rate
rate local-rate dependent residents are
currently being examined.
The survey on the Atlantic
side was started in NovenW
and is following the same order
as the examination which was
carried out on the Pacific n'.'e,
Arrangements have now fcfii
made to extend the surv; to
U.S. civilian employes of the
Armed Forces early in January.
In addition to the chest X X-ray,
ray, X-ray, a simple screening of vision
and hearing ability has bf ?n In Included
cluded Included as part of the exa ..ina ..ina-tion
tion ..ina-tion of employes.
As announced by Gov. Fryfcnli
in a recent conference with rep representatives
resentatives representatives of the Local-rate
Civic Councils, the tuberculos'.s
incidence among local-rat3 em employes
ployes employes has been found to be very
Incidence rate among ths U.
E-rate employes also was re reported
ported reported as extremely low as com compared
pared compared to that in the U.uiri
The chest X-ray program is
being carried out on a x:
nuing basis. As soon as all
ploye groups are processed, f ?
first receiving the exam;.. :.
in 1954 will be called u? t- i
. All persons are now bfl. -i -tified
of the result of s
examination and thre wii
suspicious X-ravs are h-'--: f -lowed
in the cfcr t Cl'u. :
FHIDAT, JANUARY S, l'.'J
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A wife rewarded her husband with a bottleW wine on New
Year's Eve. This was the first time she had expressed any ap approval
proval approval of his drinking, so she was juick to -remind Wm that u
as only because she realized she had been tward on him
about drinking, and that she wouldn't mind himtastoig tne
.tuff during the New Yeara holiday, .,.., XVpA
He stared blankly at nis wiie ur mew """"l
- ii j ..i,. if v vii fpp in all rleht. Shetrssurea
jl iew vmica, turn mancu 7
ut it.f v,lnn iiraB wrnnff with Jfier..
thing like needing a new hat or dress, he toW herhe would stay
home on this New Year's Eve, and relax, and go to bed i earij
instead of disappearing for two or three days as he had done
ln Wvra volunteered to do the dishes and insisted that she
so out and Tisit a few friends. He gave her the car keys and
td her to hate a good time. When she sa how good he was
act?n5 m this New Year'a Eve, she agreed to follow his sugges sugges-lion
lion sugges-lion and told him she would not be gone too long She went
to the earase. startea ine car, mm uiuc -,
He went out to the kitchen, and put the bottle of wine 6ft
a shelf over the sink. He put all the dirty dishes in the sink,
with a SDonae. and filled the sink with soap and water.
He could never understand why his wife always considered
It job to do the dishes. He laughed. He would have them put
away in five minutfs-maybe less. It would be simple for evy
wife if they would use a system, and plan how to do the Job
before the? start. Then, they would know what to do. without
Spuig ever" minute to decide what to do next-that is what
S hi. .vstrm nlanned perfectly, this Is what he did:
, He took a dish in his left hand, took the sponge
rv xuATn hu l-ft hand, took the sponge in his rmnt
,and, wash,d the d sn. put tnee 7-
put tne oisn on "'"'r.? rced
irorn the shelf, removed the cork. tooK a p o ZtXZ
the cork, put the bottle drck on uw wu, 1
towel rack, wiped the dish, put the towel
the same routine eacn time, aim mey uy k vs j-- r --
ileeSWhls lefthand. g
hand, washed the dish. PVTOh.0
put the dish on the dralnboard took the bottle or wine cown
from the shelf, removed the cork, took a sip '-gOTJgg
the cork, put the bottle back on the shelf, took the dlsn.lrom
the dralnboard, wiped the towel, put .the dish back on the dram.
his SgVtTandasLd ?he dish, put the sponge on the towe
rack, put the dish back in the soapy water, took the ferf
wine down from the she f removed the cork took a sip oi wine,
replaced he f cork, put the bottle, back on the dralnb oa d took
h nonirii trom the towel rock, wiped the bottle or wine, put.
the sponge bS on the shelf, and put the bottle in the cup-
b0ane took another dish in his left hand, took some soapy
ati in his right hand, washed the dralnboard. put-the. dish
mi thVshelf took the sponge down from the shelf, removed the
tnVpi rick took a sip of soapy water,, replaced the sponge in
Sfcupboard? took the towel in the cupboard, wiped the towel
nek nut the towel rack back ln the cupboard.
Wtth the towel in his left hand, he saw the wet sponge so
he wXd the r towel with the sponge pjtotvi
tiord the bottle in the cupboard, which should be on the drain
board si he took the bottle of wine in His left hand took a d sh
uSi the ?oapy water ln his right hand 4 wished the corwlth
thi dish nut the bottle in the soapy waterrput the dish onthe
Salnboardrand took another dish down m the she removed
the cork from the bottle, took a sip of the shelf, put the cork
on the dralnboard, washed theilsh with all of the wine from
?he bouie put the dish under the cork on thralnboard with
brottle in hish graft hand, he dunked hish wight hand in the
Soapy vine shmelled hish shwine fingersh .dropsh .the fosh fosh-tie...
tie... fosh-tie... on the floor.. and washed .hlmshelf... In the shtinky...
8lnkDo you know what he was doing when his wife nay.f.m
liim" He was sleepin on a bar-of a jailhouse door. The cell was
Pad Whei'heSVrTaS. he bought his wife a present-a new
houe lth an electric dish washer. It cost me plenty Somewhere
h fish are floating in mv house on my wine the only free
ianon I ever had But that's all right. In our position now, mv
K ? and 1 "re too busy to even think of New Year's Eve and
in" She's opening the furnace
mrtrA rrtal v
Next Mail Box note
I have decided what I will
- the TV nroRrams. in tnis way 1 win noi nac w
aerial in order to get the station,, I understand there is such a
'"iohaarrgolngJo do Is get my order in early and put
in a big supply of cans. They tell that there will be only so many
cans allowed in each area. So first come first served. You peo people
ple people that sit back and wait are going to be out of luck.
r.-.nf. 't itr N StrviC.
door agaln-I'll have to shovel
actual experience in Gorgas Hos-
F. J. K.
do about getting my share of
The. Electronics Kid
By VICTOR RICSEL
This southern White" Citizens
Council thing may cost the next
Democratic presidential nominee
millions of political dollars and
thousands of campaigners all of
which would nave been supplied
by labor in this year.
The boss man of the White Citi
zens kampf, a man by the name
of John U. Barr, has particularly
irritated the labor leaders for quite
a while now. Ever since 1944, in
fact, when he got up and shouted
at a meeting that he was launch launching
ing launching a campaign:
". .to destroy the political dic dictatorship
tatorship dictatorship of Hiliman, Browdcr and
Dubinsky and to save constitution
You need not have had any
fraternal sentiment for Sidney Hill-
man and Dave Dubinsky to resent
hearing them linked to Comrade
Maun s comrade. Earl Browder.
It so happens I was in a personal
feud with the late Sidney Hiilman
then. But never was it insinuated
that the leader of the Amalgamat Amalgamated
ed Amalgamated Clothing Workers Unjon had
anything but loathing for Russia's
top agent here.
As for Pubinsky, this peppery
little fellow led the rest of labor
in dispatching men, money, ma materiel
teriel materiel and brilliant tactics in a
fight which beat down Soviet
agents in Germany, Italy, France
and Asia. And this at a time when
our State Dept. and Allied Mili
tary Government was harassing
Dubinsky's men and feeding Com
munist sympathizers and even
agents into key positions abroad.
'mere were other New Dealers
whom John Barr might have sin singled
gled singled out for attack and many have
wondered why he just happened
to pick two New Yorkers of the
same religious origin tor unks with
" Now labor finds that Barr's
White Citizens Councils and the
Federation for Constitutional Gov
ernment, led by Mississippi's Sena Sena-tpr
tpr Sena-tpr James 0. Eastland, has de declared
clared declared war on the unions. That's
certainly their privilege, sir. And
they're taking full advantage of
that privilege, sir.
That a obvious not Only from
Eastland's blast but from a con
fidential report drawn up by the
a XrUU's 11. h, Mitchell, presi president
dent president of the National Agricultural
workers Union. "Mitch reports
to his national leaders that the
White Citizens thing has infiltrat infiltrated
ed infiltrated southern unions.
Mitchell reveals that in Charle Charleston,
ston, Charleston, S.C., an organizing campaign
in a rubber fabric plant by the
United Rubber Workers Union end ended
ed ended when Hie local unit of the White
Citizens Council intervened.
The Council hit the union with
economic and social pressures. It
threatened the white employes and
warned them to withdraw from
the union since it was formed on a
plant wide (industrial) basis, in including
cluding including both white and Negro
Mitchell reports that in Chatta
nooga several months ago the lo
cal school board decided to inte
grate Negro and white children-in
the public schools. The Chatta
noosa AFL Central Labor Union
supported the board's decision to
obey the law.' Soon, the Tennessee
Society to Maintain Segregation
moved. It campaigned among lo
cal unions affiliated with the Cen Central
tral Central Labor Council. And the Cen Central
tral Central Labor Union had to rescind
'In several other southern 'cit
ies local union officials upholding
the traditions of the labor move movement
ment movement in obeying the laws of the
U.S. have also been ousted by
movements engendered by the
White Citizens Councils," v
All this, the AFL-CI& national
office has observed. But now,
faced by a declaration of war on
labor by the Federation for Con Constitutional
stitutional Constitutional Government, labor's na national
tional national chiefs are preparing to throw
millions of dollars into their south southern
ern southern organizing campaign. This
may well mean diverting the funds
from the November presidential
drive. , .
Furthermore, the national la labor
bor labor leaders already are burning
up the long distance wires telling
a .1: -: .I.. IkAii'll nit An
inicrnieuiHiies mai wkj "
'.heir hands and pockctbooks this
(residential election if Adlai Ste--ttMiwin
ftov, Averell Harnman
and Sen. Estcs Kcfauver don't
launch a public battle on the White
Citizens Council movement.
The civil war has just begun,
nutMniNKS. Ta. (UP)-The
D L. Grissoms live in Madison
County, haf e a Dallas County
rTnvii!i-'i address and 1 War
ren County (Norwalk) telephone
number and their son attends
school in Dallas County (Van Me
WASHINGON (-NEA) -The
Eisenhower administration's "soil
bank" program will cost between
50 million and one billion dollars
a year. The exact figure depends
on what Congress approves.
The aim is to take between 10
and 20 per cent of America's 350
million acres of cultivated land out
of crop production. It will go into
grass or trees. This is intended to
balance the supply of farm prod
ucts with current demand.
Since farmers can't be asked to
out their production voluntarily for
nothing, it is proposed to pay them
between $10 and $20 an acre for
the land they don't plant in cash
Whatever Congress decides will
be in addition to the 250 million
dollars a year which the federal
government now spends under the
Agricultural conservation rrogram
Through ACFS, the U.S. Depart Department
ment Department of Aericulture now pays ap
proximately half the cost of soil
conservation practices carried on
by individual larmers. me iarm
ers whose lana is oenemea pay
the rest or tne costs.
MAN ABOUT TOWN
Jose Miguel Tarata (fabulous
Dinero man from Havana) and
Use1 Bey. (the Hungarian model)
may Elope! ; .Joan Bennett's
baby Melinda (and her groom) got
iovous Jiews for a Happy New
Year. A 1956 image. .. Ex-Gover-
nOr Chas. Poletti is said to be
masterminding the divorce for Mr
Jorge Guinle. She was Dolores
Sherwood, the model. She will next
wed M 0 n s I e u r Lippman, the
French armaments broker. .Lulu
Vanderbilt and Lcs Coombs. Jr.
are That Way, His father just
purchased Nashua for a syndicate
. .Leslie Caron's top man is
Jack Hanson of Beverly Hills.
Rosfimarv Brady (American .Air
lines hostess) will be grounded in
Mav when she weds Arthur Faulk
ncr. writer. .Susan Hayward and
agent Hugh French are y new
Twoet Fevvcnsakes Dept :To-
day' annual Mummers Parade
fin Phillvl inciuaes a prize tor tne
female impersonator with the
most stylish hairdo!., iium the
oDenins bars of "Dungaree Doli"
and you get: "You Brought a New
Kind of Love to Me."
Julie London's decolletage (on
her new record-album cover) is
The Plungcroo of all time. .Bobo
Rockefeller's dates with Carlos
Alemany are partly business. He's
Salvad&r Dali's agent. She wants
Mr. Mustache to design a necklace
for her. Cost: $150,000. .Police
Commissioner Kenned and the
Mayor (according to City Hall gos gossip)
sip) gossip) are giving each other looks
. .Ava's latest hand-holder is Lord
Jamie Gianville. .The Peter Da-mon-Gudn
Dahlberg thine Is dan
gling. Gloria Vanderbilt report
edly said "yes to S. Lumet, 'but
she wants to wait s while. .Ado'ph
Green stage-doors the ex-Mra. Sar-
ovan after the curtain drops ai
"Rock Hunter"-. .Miriam Frank
lin, wailing for the final decree
from 'Gene Nelson, will next mar
ry CBS-tv exec Jack Meyers.
Variety's 50th Ann'y issue has an
all-time high: 516 pages.
Bca lillie's producer, E. Duryea
Dowling, has gone kerplunk fever
blonde Marge Sloane. .Kirk Dou Douglas
glas Douglas has given his ex-wife Diana
another movie role. She's featured
with him in -''Indian Fighter'!..,!
Dick Haymes' Yule gifts were all
for Rita Lynn. .Milton Rackmil.
chief at Decca Records, started
The New Year with Adria Coe,
oof'lv preddy. .Lovely Kitty Ko-
prtt,' the adored of Joe E. Lewis,
A New Style in Fighting
Vn WVJfA 'AW
By PETER EDSOll
This covers such things "as ter
racing land, strip cropping, in instruction
struction instruction of stock watering ponds,
erosion control dams and water
conservation for the land from the
planting of protective cover crops
like trees and grasses.
under emergency conditions in
this last category, the federal gov government
ernment government can even pay part of the
costs of lime, seed and fertilizer.
These programs have been in
effect since 1936, with minor vari variations
ations variations from year to year. So the
"soil bank" isn't new. V
At first, payments were made to
farmers principally for not ex exceeding
ceeding exceeding specified acreage .planted
in the principal soil-depleting crops
cotton, corn and wheat.
Then payments were authorized
for carrying out specific conserva conservation
tion conservation practices by individual con
tracts.' ". v
When World-War II came along
the need for reducing crop sur surpluses
pluses surpluses was ended. Conservation
payments to reduce acreage were
likewise discontinued, v
Instead through price supports,
greater incentives, were given to
farmers in 1942 to raise larger
is out of the hosp after Vi months
and a huge scare. .There s a deal
on to reunite the original Ink Spots
.Carter Harman, Times music
critic, and Helen Bennett (of that
paper's book, dept) are Enjoying
.The day before his suicide
Ham Fisher (creator of "Joe Pa Pa-looka")
looka") Pa-looka") dropped into the neighbor neighborhood
hood neighborhood grocer's. The owner said:
"Happy New Yearl" Ham replied:
Molly Netcher, the heiress (she
get about 18 million last year),
and husband Ed Bragno. may set
tle their long-time differences in
Reno. .Ed Johnston of "No Time
For Sgts" and actress Elli Little Little-field
field Little-field ended it, She doused her
torch hatchicking at AI Cooper's
Herald Square spot. .Why they
make ash-trays: In '55 Americans
puffed over 410 Billion cigeles. .
A Yule Day party at a tv exec's
home was wrecked when a stewed
wife of a star called the exec's
wife 4-letter names. .Aly Khan's
been worried sick since the rob-1
'jery at his villa. The gems and
coin burglary mean nothing to him.
But those stolen pictures of prom prominent
inent prominent lady friends (in revealing
poses) are worth a fortune to
blackmailers. .Veronica Lake,
long ill. has taken up Christian
Baseball star Ted Williams re reportedly
portedly reportedly dates a Michigan school school-marm
marm school-marm named Lisa. .Dodger Star
Podres and thrush Anita Anna
dueted at Manny Wolf's. .Don't
be surprised if you sea Linda
Christian and Bob Schlesinger to togetherafter
getherafter togetherafter all that mess about
the check that bounced for those
gems. His mother came to his
rescue. .The. Marquess of Mil-ford-Haven
has It good for Liz
Scott. .Ted Steele's apt pun for
Helen Haves' 50th year as an ac actress:
tress: actress: "The Theaters' Hayes in
the Hole" . .Bob Sylvester's new
book, "No Cover Charge," arrived
this week. Packed with breezy
wordage about Broadwayitss.
Lionel Hampton departs for anoth
er foreign tour on the 11th. Chet
Whitehom, the editor, and actress
Ruda Michelle build : romansions
at Peter's Backyard in the Vil
lage. RCA-Victor may sign a jazz
it.!:..-!. .a ts. a. ct.
uu U&ll Ufliucu A Ml nuovm, .sac a
of MGM chief Nick
Sclicnck's daughters has turned W
the stage. Her assumed name 13:
Nicki Michaels. ,Leo Monskv is
the Journal-American's new Sab
bath editor. .TV actress Patti
Crowe and director Don Medford
In 1944 Congress discontin
ued ACPS payments for anything
except a pp r 0 v e d conservation
works and practices.
From the end of the war to 1950,
conservation payments were au
thorized principally for long-range
projects to build up soil fertility,
Then the Korean war came along,
creating another demand for more
Production incentives were again
m 1953 with the Korean war over.
Congress moved once more to en encourage
courage encourage soil conservation. And this
program has been extended the
past two years.
Congress will appropriate for
continuation of this soil conserva conservation
tion conservation program in 195(1 after it con
venes in January. This will open
new debate on the soil bank idea.
Not every farmer gets soil con
servation payments every year,
The average is about half the total
number of, U.S. farms. Over any
four or five-year period, nearly
every farm gets some, says F, G.
Ritchie, ACFS administrator.,
plan a Feb. merger, v It's a doll
for the Boris Runanins at Man-
hassct hosp. Pop's choreographer
tor Tipe.AJream Diana Lynn
ana tv writer uore Vidal are
more than a sometime thing.
James O'Brien, son of the former
mayor, and Mrs. Paul Meader
(rich Texas widder) are a merger merger-threat.
threat. merger-threat. Even the beauties back backstage
stage backstage at the Latin Quarter gasp
over the measurements of new
comer Clair Fitzpatrick. She's
20-year-old knockout, whose pet
word is "Nope!" v ,v. They say
there's a large story behind the
La Roaa-Bleyer splituation.
Manuel Capetillo, the matador,
is making zee. beeg play for Fer
nanda Montel ln Mexico City
bends scads of posies and a re
corded love song daily. .RCA"
Victor Will sign Billy Eckstine,
who hasn't had a Big One in eons
. .The Rome buzz, la that Am
bassador Luce won't resign until
the Fall. .Jessica Haist, a singer
with "Plain and Fancy." received
a Christmas diamond from her
intended groom, Mario Faria Fer-
reira. He s ttr aviation exec.
Virginia de Luce, last seen in
New Faces." and Chicago's Ric
Riccardo divorced in Chi last
week. .Bob Fellows, the produc
er, seems to be the big secret in
Anita Ekberg's life. .Tip to young
tnespians: Ait HitcncocK win soon
arrive to seek an actor who close
ly resembles Henry Fonda, even
to mannerisms. For the movie
"The Wrong Man.' (Mistaken iden
Silent screen star Corinne Grif
fith, rich as all get-out, wastes no
time. She has written a book of
recipes destined for popularity.
Gov. Harriman designated Justice
Martin Frank to succeed Judge
conn on the Appellate Division
frank was uonns secy 30 years
ago. .collier's Feb. ,17th issue
will publish a short novel (about
20,000 words) by Herman Wouk
. .The antique dealers on 3rd Ave Avenue
nue Avenue are frantic1 now that the El
is down. The sun hits their shoppes
and makes the stuff look new.
Patti Page flew to Palm Springs
where Charles O'Curran is. Will
she or won't she? .It's a' boy
at. the Webb Tiltons. .Doreen
Lord Joins the Latin O. east on the
12th. A daring imoort from Pa-
reerThe Oirl irrt he Champagne
Glass' . .Greg Bautzer's favorite
season is now Dana Wvnter.
Earl Muntz isn't mad about cars
any more. Just Pat Stevens.
tco;nBird on Fife 1)
WASHINGTON Col. "Rip"
Rohr, the commander of some
6.000 men and three women at
this base, is something of an arctic
enthusiast. He claims he likes the
"We have no disease," he points
out. "It's too cold. The cold kills
all germs, so we have no mumps,
measles or any of the other dis diseases
eases diseases that trouble you people back
"Of course." he added, "we'll oro-
rbably have some after you leave
xou ve undoubtedly brought some
germs with you. But our hospital
is only about half full and most
of the patients are suffering from
sprained ankles, broken legs or
Colonel Rohr went on to ex-plauv-tfiat
the colony of Eskimos
which had lived at Thule before
the Air Force took over had to be
transplanted about a hundred miles
away so they wouldn't come into
contact with the diseases of mod modern
ern modern civilization. No American per personnel
sonnel personnel are allowed to go near
"They've built up no immunity
against our type of diseases," the
Colonel explained, "and a slight
case of the mumps or measles
might kill them." 1
American personnel are also
prohibited from hunting seals, arc arctic
tic arctic foxes and polar bears. They
are getting scarce and are re reserved
served reserved only for the Greenlanders,
the name applied to people of
mixed Eskimo and other blood.
The full-blooded Eskimos are
getting scarce, too, incidentally;
with only about a hundred living
on the northern tip of Greenland.
The total population of Greenland
is only about 25,000, chiefly Danes
and Greenlanders. Yet Greenland
is three times as big as Texas.
American personnel on Greenland,
most of which is in the south, now
totals almost half of the native
Relations between Denmark and
the United States have been so
friendly that many people forget
Greenland is Danish, ana mat our
trooos are present only at uie
courtesy and invitation of the Dan Danish
ish Danish government, as part of Den
mark's contribution to naiu.
The Danish liaison officer at
Thule. jComdr. Orla Jensen, is con
sulted off all major matters by
the American Commander, and
it's a tribute to American Danish
cooperation that they work as a
perfect team. Commander Jensen,
wun wnom 1 visnea i umuer,
went out of his way to tell me
how much he enjoyed working with
his American colleagues.
Likewise in Labrador and New
foundland, American troops are
present only at the invitation and
courtesy of the Canadian Govern
ment. At Goose Bay, col. james
Knapp, of the U.S. Air Force,
commands about twice as many
men as the Canadian Commander,
but takes orders from the Cana-
"We get ; along fine," colonel
Knapp said. "The Canadians are
wonderful people. Our officers and
enlisted men go to tneir tneaires
inH nartiM and thev come to ours.
There are some Canadians in the
audience here- tonight. ;
LONG ARCTIC NIGHTS
Recreation is a problem at all
these northern bases, but especi
ally so at Thule where tne arctic
nights are longer, where no wives
or children are present, im
man eet.t no leave for 12 months.
. wk.ii t akH Colonel Rohr how
he kept his men happy at Thule
he replied: r .
hv KceDuiK uuay. mw-u
time is spent working 10
RMTV. A 1
lit addition, I louna tnai ne gives
to1-viinn rnort 10 ine enure
WeHnesrfav evening, al-
. nrmit inv man on the base
to come to see him privately on
3 House pet
t Young cow
12 Toward the
16 Goddess ef
18 Bars legally
2 Rubber trees
J U.S. coin
8 Goddess of
IS It's nice to
29 Seaport (ab.) 25 poems
, a narem rooms
31 Precept ..
35 Small tumor
35 High in
37 Be moody
38 Compass point
41 Doctor (ib.)
43 Talking bird
91 Pen name ef
52 Fish egf 1 :
- 59 Bitter vetch
58 Carry (coll.)
59 Summer (Fr.)
m ft f f t "v
Thursdays to d i s c u s s anv com.
plaint or personal problem.
avery night the Thule TV sta station
tion station carries the top television
shows, sent from the United State
on film, .while the enlisted men's
club, the base gymirasium,' and
hobby shop help to kill time. The
hobby shop, in charge of Sgt
Le Roy Bancroft of Flint. Mich..
has a fine array of woodworking
tools, photographic materials with
dark room, leather-making tools,
moaeung ana painting materials.
The enlisted men also operate a
telephone radio "MARS" to the
United States, thanks ip large part
to a ham radio operator, Ted Dil-
lenbach of Slmgersland, N. Y.
All day Saturday and Sunday and
most of every evening, Dillenbach
sits beside his radio, gets incom incoming
ing incoming calls from Greenland, relaying
them by telephone to the wives,
mothers, and relatives of Air
Force men at Thule. He is prob probably
ably probably the createst friend airmen un
near the North Pole have.
But when I took a good look at
the figures I decided the reverse
was true, that the Air Force was
doing a good job. Education stan standards
dards standards are high in the Air Force
65 per cent with high school dip
lomas, 50 per ceni wun some col college
lege college work which puts over half
the 6,000 men at Thule in that
category. Of the Balance, i,im
are taking University of Maryland
or U.S. Armed Forces Studies
which ia pretty good.
The University 01 maryiana
sends a rotation of 12 instructors
up to the polar area to teach a
variety of 20 different courses. By
taking enough of these courses, a
serviceman, can -iinaiiy grauuw
) receive. full-flcdzed diploma,
either from -the university or from
the Armed Forces Institute.
The officers responsime tor mor
ale, in addition to the oase com,
manders, are Col. Ralph iL Ste Stevenson,
venson, Stevenson, of Ponca City. Okla., .in
command 01 Air r ore
Services: and U. coi. ueorgc io
Jesse of Versailles, Ky in charge
of special services in Greenland,
Labrador and Newfoundland.
Both are dedicated men. When
our plane left New York on the
last leg of tne journey i
ington,.I was exnausieo
ing to sleep. But I could hear
these two officers discussing the
question of more eaucuu.., --
gymnasium at Goose Bay, more
fntertainment ofr the troops They
hashed over their problems until
we deplaned in the early hours
dawn in Washington. That is one
msonwhy morale high among
our watchers of the arctic mgm.
near the North Pole.
Haynes, only one day old, winka
an eye after tipping the acalei
at 13 pounds, 11 ounces. Ken Kenneth,
neth, Kenneth, largest baby born in 87
years at Samaritan Hospital in
Troy, NX, surpassed the ex- ;
pectations of even his father,'
William Haynes of Schenectady,
N.Y. He said "he never expected
anything like this."
Answer to Previous Puzzl
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An out of town friend of
vours Is a house truest of a cou
ple you don t know. Don t leei
that because you have never
met them you need not include
them if you Plan to entertain
It outs the house cuest in in
awkward spot to invite him to
a party to which his host zna
hostess aren't invited.
Today's hand wasn't easy to de defend
fend defend properly but the defenders
had to make at least three mis mistakes
takes mistakes for South to fulfill his con contract.
tract. contract. Since the mistakes are quite
instructive, it won't hurt to look
t the comedy of errors.
;Vest opened the king of dia diamonds
monds diamonds and wondered about a con con-tifiualion
tifiualion con-tifiualion when he saw his part parties
ies parties discouraging deuce. It's easy
to see now that West could have
tifken the top diamonds and shifted
to a spade to make sure of a third
fist trick, after which the defend defenders
ers defenders could sit back and wait for
two trump tricks.
. .West didn't actually see this
dieu the hand was played. He
low trump from dummy. East
played low, and South won with
the king. Declarer properly led a
low trump next, and East had to
win with the ace.
This was the last chance for the
defenders to go wrong, and East
mme throiieh. He led a fourth
round of clubs, honing the ruff
would do his oartner some good
This was fatal. South discarded
a small spade and West ruffed
with a card that would have been
a natural trump trick m any case
Now South lost only one spade
trick and could easily draw West's
last trump with the queen ot nearts.
South lost only two trumps, one
Hiamnnrt and one sDade.
At the end. East should have
realized that West had trump
streneth since otherwise South
would have led a high trump in
stead of a low trump to force out
the heart ace. If West naa re
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aclub instead of the more appe:
tiding lead of the nine of spades.
(With, a spade lead, of course,
IHist would have to take
rfp ure of sDades at once and re-.
turn a diamond to defeat the con-i
spade tricks sooner or later, thus
losing the contract.
IN THE FAMILY
NEWAYGO, Mich. (UP)
Charles C. Larsen, 34, is carrying
South took the second trick with on a. family tnjdlto ta W. new
the oueen of c uds ana ran iwo juu y
we quteu ui iiu ... ihB ffr9niifflthpr was oostmaster in
more iou nuua iu uio.m ...,..-- .
qieen of diamonds. Then he led a Aalborg, Denmark.
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Accepfs Brit ish I nvi faf io n
SANTIAGO, Chile, Jan 6 (LT (LT-A
A (LT-A 23-day strike involving 9.0 8 0
5 workers of the Anaconda Compa-
, "' , nv s tbuquieamata and PotrerUios
I LONIXJrs, Jan. 6 iirj era- ir, as repunea. n.urjuatuc, iucie is & ucmtuuuus piuiwui mines was settled today.
zilian President-elect Juscejino, wished to meet the Queen as amerenee m oetween we two. i work at Chuquicamata, the
Kubitschek has now accepiea.neao 01 state, ne reponea.y iuj m rreaiuem-cicc, n.uuu- grids' largest
the British government's lnvita-i given tne opportunity wnen -as cur cuuia noi y msr nune. and at
t ion to visit Britain next weekJlnvitation was first issued toi
SHE'S COT 'EM IN THE AISLES-In the bus aisle, that Is,
and to learn music, Mrs. Frances Gorsuch, a music supervisor,
is faced with classroom shortage at the Oddstadt school near
Sans Francisco, Calif. So she holds band practice in a school bus
tarked in front of the school. Music racks are set up in the aisle.
"The acoustics aren't so good, and we have children getting tan tangled
gled tangled up with trombones," Mrs. Gorsuch says, "but we're making
music, and that's the important thing." -r-:-z
Stream Of Cruise Ships
Due From Now Till May
the Foreign Office announced
today. He had previously ac accepted
cepted accepted then declined,
Queen Elizabeth will break
her Christmas holiday with her
children at her country home at
Sandringham, Norfolk, to come
up to London to receive Kub'.ts Kub'.ts-chek
chek Kub'.ts-chek at Buckingham Palace on
the one afternoon that he is in
Kubitschek's Visit to Brit-.
a in will now last only 24 hours
instead of the 48 hour arrang.
ed under JJe original invita-
The foreign Office Issued the
following official announcement:-
"The Brazilian President-elect
has' accepted the official invita invitation
tion invitation of Her Majesty's govern
ment to come as their guest to
the United Kingdom.
Both Parties In General Agreement
With Ike's Idea 01 Balanced Budget
WASHINGTON, Jan. 6 (UP) Iposal, Rep. H. Carl Andersen
Kfv rnncM-pssmpn in both rarties:( R.Minn.), formerly a sham cri-
said yesterday that President Ei-ltic of administration farm brought
sennower s state or ine u njonnew nope w me a munun peupie
message did not close the door to ; living on our farms
a possible, tax cut later this year.
make ahy requests to meet peo people
ple people and go where he wished.
it. -was empnasizea in oiuuai
quarters that the visit is that
of a head of state coming on
the Invitation of the British
government and not a state visit.
Starts Georgia -Forest
WARNER ROBINS. Ga Jan. 6
(UP) Firefighters today con
trolled a raging forest fire start
ed by the .crash of an unoccu
pied bomber on a test tun be
fore its maiden flight to Euro
to resume tomorrow
state visit, which anyway
would have to be made on the
.invitation of the Queen. .'. ..
The present visit by Kubits-I Settlement of another strike a
chek Is merely a private visit, mong 5.000 workers of the Kenne Kenne-II
II Kenne-II he had, in the first place.. cott Copper Company's El Tenien Tenien-expressed
expressed Tenien-expressed a wish to meet tne: te mine was expected soon.
Queen,-there is no doubt that) The Aanaconda settlement fame
Primer Minister Sir Anthony after nrolonaed negotiations from
Between now and May. cruise; Feb. 6 finds the MaurtUn i -passengers
from 21 vessels will docking with a big crowd.
open pit copper tour tne siguts or tne istnmus un-j un reo. it. two more baips are
Pstrenllos w a sider the guidance of Persons Trav-:due, the lieuw Amsterdam ma
el Bureau. : -the Italia. The latter vessel has
been chartered for the eruise by
None of the luxurious 1 i a e r s : the American Federation of Worn-',
bringing tourists visitors to t h e en's clubs.
Isthmus will dock with less than; feD- 19 brings two boats also,;
204 visiors. Some of the bigger ;the' Silver Star and the lie. dt
vessels will turn 750 to 800 sran-i France," v
gers loose in Panama City, Colon! f
!or both...l, i Feb. 20 the Homeric is due. fol--
lowed the next day by the Em-
Most of the cruise visitors will press 0f Scotland, on Feb. 26 by;
cross the Isthmus on specialise Berlin and on Feb. 28 by a;
trams, take a luanch trip through lsecon( stop for the MaureUnia;
with another crowd. t
March 6 bring? the Patricia
eitn followed by the Ocean Mo-j
tucn wouia nave a s k e a inejTuesday until toaay among gov gov-Queen
Queen gov-Queen to receive him. -'ernment. management and labor
It was believed that all thisljepisentatives.
was explained last night toKu-t The peace formula calls for pay pay-bitschek
bitschek pay-bitschek by the British ambas-1ment of yeare-nd bonuses and ad ad-sador
sador ad-sador In Washington, Sir" Wil'vance payment of special bonuses
liam Hayter, and the "misun-1 based on" huh compaay profits
derstanding'" smoothed out. I Tins formula tIso was accopted
In view of the fact that theibv rs.-presentat.vts of KeniiKCoU's
Visit Will now las nnlv l hftnro 'j.l Tpnipnlo mine But thev Sli'I
lit is difficult to see how thre!had 'to ronsidcr worker demansiis the Patricia, a
will be time to fit in a visit to for a 50 per cent increase in wel-jdue Jan. If.
ine. atomic researcn station" at tare tuna comriuuuons. .nA on Marcb 23 by th
Jtiarweu as planned jn3er the ',. "" "lu"7 "IX C' Patricia ' V
oripinai a hnnr icit k ftnil Th rnnnr sett ements came the Oslofiord and on. Jan. 30 the ratncia. s
. ------ - - c(j i j... 'mere are.no cruise sihui uwiKt
r.iriiiL ill LiLipuai u i.t uuv.
part of the ( anal, have Juncneon
in the capital city ana snop in me
Next vessel aboard which Per Persons
sons Persons Travel Bureau has passen
gers for Isthmian conducted tours.
narch on March 13.
details hflvo nnt vet. hae ,nn
r' .. r, ..u. .In i eluded
The RODins Arc puuuc io- ------
On March 14, the Empress ef,
Scotland comes back, followed on
the March 19 by the Nieuw Am
So m e ihformed
sources agreed. : .- :
Republicans generally hailed the
message as assuring a continua continuation
tion continuation of the "peace and prosperi prosperity"
ty" prosperity" which has become the GOP
theme-song. Democrats for .the
most part termed it old hat, a
weak repetition of Democratic po policies
licies policies and a bow to big business.
There was general approval in
both parties, however, for the
President's assurance of a balanc balanced
ed balanced budget and his call for a "mo "modest"'
dest"' "modest"' reduction In the national
debt before cutting taxes.
House Republican Leader Jo Joseph
seph Joseph W. Martin Jr. told a reporter
the President did not rule out a
possible tax cut later in the ses
"I think there's a chance for a
tax cuti provided the pToper eco-i
nomic conditions are met and the;
budget balanced,'' Martin said, i
, This view was backed by sever-
al other key Republicans, and by;
one of the most influential House;
Democratic tax-writers, who-ask-1
ed that his name be withheld, i
Administration sources said It ;
might be possible to cut both tax-1
1 es and the 280-blllion-dollarnatlon-l
al debt, deper" on iuture reve
nues. They J. -a Imit the 1'riM
dent called only for "modest" ;
payment on. the debt. i
Sen. Walter F, (George (D-Ga.),
a leading v Senate finance expert,
-who has urged" an Individual taxi
iit. this vear. said he asrees the i
budget should be balanced first;
but hopes a tax cut bill can be
passed before June 30.
However, sen. Harry r uyru
(D-Va.), chairman of the tax-writing
Senate Finance Committee, I
said a reduction "is not justifued
under our current debt situation
and the Increased expenditures
which the President's message;
aeems to propose." v I
Rep. John Taber (R-N.Y.), sen senior
ior senior Republican on the House Ap-,
propriations Committee, did not
foresee enough revenue to permit;
both debt reduction and a ; tax!
cut. He said he could tell later I
in the session. 1
1 Senate GOP Leader William G.1
Knowland seemed to sum up gen general
eral general Republican reaction to the
message. He said the nation has
never enjoyed more peacetime
prosperity or.' a brighter outlook
for the future and predicted ap
proval of a "substantial part'' of
Reaction to other points In the
""" 't '' '- -' '- V- -i: -
FARM : Spotty com ment gencr-
lly favorable to "soil bank" pro-
FOREIGN POLICY: Rep. John
M. .Vorys (R-O.), said proposals
for a long-range foreign economic
program fitted generally with his
ideas and those of Rep. James P.
Richards (D-S.C), chairman of
the House Foreign Affairs Com Committee.'
mittee.' Committee.' -v'-;
MILITARY: General support for
the call lor -a continued strong
military setup, Rep. Carl Vinson
(D-Ga.).. chairman of the House
Armed Services Committee, prom-
posals for more regular officers I diplomatic quarters a to what
fnr mprii-lthp. "misunderstanding" couia ne
and how it could have "arisen
i "He will be arriving on the
morning of Jan. 11 and leavin
nn the followine morning. i
"Her ka'jesty's government
warmly welcome senhor Kubits
rhplf's visit. '
. "Her Majesty the Queen will! P47
receive Senhor Kubitschek at
Buckingham Palace on the aft afternoon
ernoon afternoon of Jan. 11 and the Prime
Minister will entertain him to
dinner at No. 10 Downing
; Explaining the "on-off-on"
business of the Kubitschek visit
the Foreign Office spokesman
said: "There has been a mis misunderstanding
understanding misunderstanding but the misun misunderstanding
derstanding misunderstanding has been .cleared
He refused to comment on
reports that Kubitschek had
rejected the British invitation
after acceptln-U because he
was not seeing the Queen, nor
would the spokesman discuss
the nature ol the "misunder "misunderstanding."
standing." "misunderstanding." .There is considerable specula
tion in London in unofficial and
tions office said the lire w a s V
Th pto said DOtn me puumia.i. ift.u n .
and the naviKator of the, giant KUtRi I'lliill rdldCC
P47 bomber banea out vt
stricken s'hlD Thursday .night
nad suffered only minor
Ju".""- J.ti4 . ...
The men were laciiwu milan, Italy, Jan. 6 (UP)
ffl 111 1. & II 18.104.22.168-
't'jOl Mjgr. Monlini
soqn alter tne worxers' cemrai
union ordered Hi one million
members to &iv striking at mid midnight
night midnight Sunday i.t protest against a
government bill which would
freeze price? and wages.
Feh i. brines two ships, tne w ior Apru,
Maasdam with a group of Virgi
nia people, and the Silver Star-
On Feb. 3. the Patricia returns
with another $roup.
On May 2 the Caronia will sto
hpre.and also transit the Canal
INorthbound on a world cruiae.
rant. rMandft P.
boro. N.C. and. navigator. 2nd
Lt. James L. Fiynn, San Diego,
California. : J ...
The bomber crashed in the
mlds tof a wooded tract owned
by the Armstrong Cork Co- Em Employes
ployes Employes of the company Joined
state forestry workers and fire
department personnel in a 12 12-hour
hour 12-hour fight to quell the flames..
A memorial service will : be
held at the Church Of God. in
Monte Oscuro at 3 p.m. Sunday
for the late Mrs. Charlotte Thll Thll-potts
potts Thll-potts Knight, who died recent recently.
ly. recently. Friends and relatives are in invited
vited invited to attend.
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THE. STANDOUT CAR OF THE YEAR
M0T0RES HULL, S. A.
A home-made TNT bomh vei
terday rocked the. palace of
Msgr. Giovanni BattLsta Monti Monti-ni,
ni, Monti-ni, archbishop of Milan who?
one day may be pope., i
No one wag injured but thei
blast wrecked a palace office i
and shattered windows lor'
blocks around. i
PoHce investigated the pos-i
sibllity that the bombing was
the work, of Communists. Milan :
is in the heart of the Italian
Red belt, and Montinl has made;
great advances against the Reds
since his appointment as arcn-i
bishop a year ago today. .J
One of Montini's aides, Msgr.:
Carlo Martani, was saved only!
because he was visiting his all-'
lng mother in another part of
the Dalace. The 2.2 uound bombi
of pulverized TNT, equivalent in
power to more than six pounds
or regular stick tnt, went off ;
on the window, sill ol Martanl's
tround floor office. The only;
hlng not destroyed in the room I
was a picture of Pope Pius XII,
Montini's great friend, I
Italian explosives investigator I
A. Bizzari said experts fashion-;
ed the bomb, but failed to plant
It in a spot where it would do
the most damage, probably
He said that If it had been
placed alongside the wall, the
blast would have collapsed the
main wall of the handsome
building and caused a "terrible
More than 200 of the windows
of the palace were shattered ft
'Feast Of Lights'
The beautiful pageant of the
"Feast of Lights" will be Bre-
isented by the young people of
sc. unristopners Church at 8:30
p.m. on Sunday.- The pageant
aepicts tne spread or tne Gospel
down through the ages.
Gifts of candles will be re
ceived for use on the altar
throughout 1956. The Rev. Cla
rence .W. Hayes, priest -in
charge, will deliver an address.
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Even the latest shipment of 5th
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, Slightly soiled Boxes ol
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CANAL ZONE POLYCLINIC
Dr. C. E. Fibrosa Dr. H.' Avlla Jr.
P.D.S, (tieersetewn UnhersUy) M.U
Tlvell (4lh ef JulyV Ave., No.- IIA24
(eppotite Anron School Playfround)
TeL i-WIl Panama,
RETIREMENT, LIFE ;
Phone Panama 2-853
TRANSPORTS BAXTER. SA.
Packed Shippers Movers
Phones 2-2451 2-2562.
Ltarn Ridint at
PANAMA RIOING SCHOOL
Riding & Jumping clomt tloil
i to 5 p.m. Phena J-0279
or by appointment.
"VT. will relieve Your'
corns, ealloussee,- nail (
Dr. Scholia trained)
Juslo Arosemf na Ph. 3-2217
i Revival To Feature
i f An Evangelist
t TThe revival in progress at th e
, J4bt Baptist Church of Balboa
', -ishts will feature the life story
oan evangelist's wife, Airs. Clif Clif-l
l Clif-l ton Brannon, at 7:30 p.m. Mon-
clTj', according to jlev. William II
.1 Jsreby. r ,v
:J Born ia a minister's home, Mrs.
t Brannon promised herself she
would never marry a peacher. Her
testimony reveals how she threat
pnrrl hpr laU'var onrt nart t.im
s preacher husband with divorce in
f t an, enori .iQ prevent mm imin
becoming an evangelist,
She tells. of various incidents In
which she tried to keep her hus
e; band from reaching destinations
' where he was to address church
S -groups. Once when he was to
i speak at a 1 a r g e brotherhood
. "lnceting, she said she went out
.and let the air out of the tires of
Other examples of her rebellion
will be told Monday night. Now
she is a eonsecreated member of
the evangelistic team and is an
The W.M.U. of the First Baptist
Church of Balboa Heights is spon sponsoring
soring sponsoring this program, which is for
the general public. There will be
an all-woman program under the
direction of Mrs. W. H. Anderson.
A free nursery is proveded" for the
children. The revival will continue
nightly Bt 7:30 through Jan. 15.
SAMPSON AIR FORCE BASE,
N.Y. -(UP) Nurse 2nd Lt. Peg Peggy
gy Peggy Yancey went to the Sampson
hospital pharmacy to get a pre
scription filled and wound up by
setting her picture taken. Hers
was the 100,000th prescription
tilled by the 3650th ITSAF hospital
since the Air Force's, largest hos
pital began operations late' in 1951.
. i a 4 1 1 11
i n i.D i:n;n;srox
FOR SALI: Ceneral Electric
automatic clothes dryer, brand
new. Can be teen at "Agencies
Farmacouticaa." Centra Medico,
FOR SALE: Three-piece srt"
Velour, $65. 13th Street Wart,
FOR SAtE: R.CA. redio-phe-nogapt)
console, automatic, 25 25-eycle,
eycle, 25-eycle, perfect condition, $75.
Phone Balboa 3214.
FOR SALE: Philce radia can.
sole with record player, autama autamatic,
tic, autamatic, long playing, beautiful piact
ef furniture, $150. Federico
Boyd Ave. No. 0.422.
WANTED: American beauty
operator. Y.M.C.A. Beauty Shop, Shop,-Balboa,
Balboa, Shop,-Balboa, C.2. Phono 2-3677
WANTED: Good English stone.
Knowledge SpanisH desirable.
Shorthand. Apply stating salary,
Boa 124, Ancon,
WANTED: Spanish English
itenographor with experience.
Permanent position, ox 3205,
"WANTEDI-T. hlr 4 man td"
fill positions ef floor guards. Ex Ex-parianca
parianca Ex-parianca required. Apply Balboa
Roller-Drama or call 2-1294.
. Type Secretary
and adminlstrativo assistant,
billnKual: shorthand and
" typinr essential.
Apply afternoons to
- MARTIN, S. A,,
ATf. Justo Arosemena
' No. 37-11.
(Continued from'pafe 1)
All owner, f froqotriey.$nil.
ihUFF" bMn re
minded to report promptly any
changee nct equipment not lilt lilted
ed lilted at hagf fo days before the
conversion date ef the area eon eon-eerned
eerned eon-eerned can not be converted. A
conversion schedule Will be an announced
nounced announced as soon as rt is, estab established.
lished. established. The prices bid bv th lnw km
ranged from $7.46 for converting
bedroom or kitchen clnfke in rq.
ff.J .ior cnanging the. Industrial
r "'""8 "tunuiry eiecmcai 013 013-tributioa
tributioa 013-tributioa system to 440 volts'. T
Of special interest to hnusflhalrl.
ci were was ior me conversion
of various types of domestic e e-quipment.
quipment. e-quipment. Bid crices hv Sarhc.
for the conversion of some of the
mosi commomy used domestic
equinmeni are: -
$45,50; WesUnghouse "Laund r o-
mat' ailtomalip Wftchinc ma,l,;n
?53;. Bendix automatic, washing
u.au; seaiea-unn re
niKciaiuia, aiuo.uv: onfn-iinit rp.
frigerators, $34.65; mantle, clock,
$18.82; bedroom or kitchen clock,
$7.46; record player, $14.60; 10 10-inch
inch 10-inch fan, $12.27; 12-inch fan, $16. $16.-80;
80; $16.-80; 16-inch fan, $25.43; hobbyshop
equipment with V-h.p. m o t o r,
$24.45; 1-5-h.p. motor, $33.35; and
Mi-h.p. motor, $40.40,
in most cases electric clocks
wilt be replaced and one of the
specifications ef the contract
provides that t h e contractor
have available a stock of clocks
from which householders m a y
Generally, the same will" be true
of electric fans aince the cost of
conversion will approximate the
cost of a new fan.
The following briefly summariz summarizes
es summarizes some of the other major con contracts
tracts contracts of the power conversion pro program
gram program scheduled for 1956. In most
instances dates are still t e n t a-
Bids will be opened Jan. 18 for
the construction of a substation at
Agua Clara diesel station, and to
increase the capacity or the trans
mission line between Madden hy
droelectric station and Miraflores
Bids will be advertised t h i s
month for the Central Area con
version. This will include all Gov
ernment and domestic frequen
cy-senitive equipment in G a m-
boa, Summit, and Paraiso, and
will also include toe Gamboa sub substation.
station. substation. :
The Atlantic Locks : conversion
will bo advertised for bids in Feb
ruary. This includes conversion of
all frequency-sensitive equipment
with the exception of towing loco
I Bids for Madden Hydroelectric
I Station conversion, including in-'
i stallation of new transformers and
; switchboard, will be advertised in
I March 27, bids will be opened
for the purchase of 57 towing lo lo-:
: lo-: comotives to replace those now in
!use. The Canal was asked for 'ad 'ad-i
i 'ad-i ditional time by a prospective bid
der on ms contract,
ine l acme Locks conversioninletion. srhpflnlofi
bids will be advertised in Julv.'will mart th r
This will be identical to the pneConversion Trojcct.
FOR SALE; 1954 Super II
Oldsmobile, radio, hydramatic.
wtw tirei. Phene Davie
4149 or 2-1376. 2-10 p.m
FOR SALE: HJ Chevrolet 2 2-v
v 2-v deer Club Coupe, V-l engine,
with pewerjlide transmission, ra radio
dio radio and alt deluxe factory ap appointments.
pointments. appointments. Old trade accepted.
House 356, Apt. II, Ancon
F0 RSALE 1950 Hudson 4 4-door,
door, 4-door, aicellcnt condition, low
mileaga. Phong 2-3550 ar 2 2-1594.
1594. 2-1594. FOR SALE: 1955 Ford VI Cu Cu-romlina
romlina Cu-romlina $1750. 17-4110 duty
hours; 17-6239 after duty.
FOR .SALE: 1953, Mercury
nardtop, excellent condition.
FOR SALE: Attention South
American dealers, two 1955
Chevrolett; $2200 each. Phone
17-2247 or 14-3235.
Sporting Honors, Jungle Exercises
Make '55 Full Year For lif eliners
What may well be a "mile "milestone"
stone" "milestone" in the annals of the Post
of Fort KoBba was the year
1955. ,..:'. 1 : ..
Ufellners will remember this
year as the one In which they
won the Caribbean Command
Armed Forces tournament in
! basketball. The Lllellners also
placed one-two In rifle com
petition; took top honors in
swimming; placed two pistol-
men on the championship
USARCARIB squad; recorded
- J i ,.. i n.MMH
Area baseball, Softball and golf
teams; and coppea tne uy
weight and heavyweight honors
m the recent Caribbean com
mand Armed Forces, b o i n g
Baseball-minded Kobbe gar
nered second place In the PAAFj
series, finishing five games be behind
hind behind tha winning Spclal Troops
in regular season play with a
record of 19-U.
'At the close-of the PAAF golf
tournament in April, the Fort
Kobbe sextet placed second with
one member placing on the win
ning Caribbean command team.
Three weeks of dally practice
resulted' in earning first place
in, the PAAF swlmmint meet in
June with all 12 Kobbe repre
sentatives placing in the finals.
Of 36 track and field entries
from four participating posts in
the USARCARIB tryouts, : Fort
Kobbe sent 19, making this the
largest aggregation from any
April heralded the now famed
"Operation Gold Road" con considered
sidered considered one of the toughest exer exercises.
cises. exercises. Composed of 74 members
from the Intelligence and Re-
eonnaisance platoon of Hq. and
Hq. company and the" Pioneer
and Ammunition platoons of
the First and Third battalions
air of the 33d Infantry regi
ment the expedition followed
the Camlnd Real, a trail used
by the Spaniards 450 years ago
to transport gold from Old Pan
ama to Porto seuo.
Joining the group of Kobbe's
jungieers was w 1 1 1 a m E.
Stapleton, associate editor of
Collier's magazine who describ
ed the venture as eleven gruel
ing days in Panama's snake-fill
ed, mountainous back country
across the Spanish gold road to
tne sea' -v"r: ..-.,-The
following month approxl
mately 11000 paratroopers of
the 11th Airborne division from
Fort Campbell, Ky. got their
first look at the jungle. Tlio
Jungle Warfare. Training center
was charged with the missiort-ot
training the jump unit in pre
paration ior tneir participation
with the 33d Infantry in the
exercise "Jungle Jim." Receiv
ing Instruction In 53 phases of
Jungle warfare, the men em
barked on what was considered
"five weeks of the toughest
training the Army has to offer."
In June. Kobbe's Infantrymen
became' the U.S. Army's onlv res-
iment of Jungle trained soldiers
to experiment with the new
lightweight Belgian T-48 rifle.
At the end of a 13 week period
350 men had tested both the
new and the old weapons 'and
results .were forwarded to Fort
August established a full years
record without an "unsatisfac
tory" rating for the 33d Infantry
regiment in- the USARCARIB
Ordnance Roadside Vehicle, in inspection.
spection. inspection. Durinc the vear end.
ing August' 5, some 530 wheel
to be done at Gatun.' , ",
The last of the three big conver conversion
sion conversion areas will be the Pacific side,
including everything south of Pa Paraiso.
raiso. Paraiso. This project is scheduled to be
4 advertised oexL October.. Its.
BOX 2031, ANCON. C.Zj
I0X 1211. CRISTOBAL, CI.
FOR SALE: Just received 25 25-cycle
cycle 25-cycle motors for automatic rec record
ord record changers at $12.50 each.
Mueklerie Cast Spartan, Central
26-79, Panama City.
FOR SALE: Thereugh bred'
Dachshund puppies, black, rive
weeks old. Phone Curwndu 4272.
FOR SALI: One electric fan,
large matal desk (mahogany ca ca-lorl,
lorl, ca-lorl, and wash basin for beauty
parlor. Apply personally to Ave.
Cuba .No. 31-29, next to Co-
mlsariafe Ooa lasce."
FOR SALE: First-rate photo photo-studia,
studia, photo-studia, fully equipped', Owner
leaving. Call Roberto Mire, Pen-,
FOR SALE: Shaw Cases.
Counters end Stands at Reason Reasonable
able Reasonable prices. Felix B. Madura's
Old Store, No. 21 Central Ave.
ed and, tracked vehicles and
trailers, covering almost two
million miles, and undergoing
roaosiae inspections, receiv received
ed received ratings of satisfactory, or
..-"'' "'-'"'" '''' ';''', ;i
October I saw a major com
mana switch,- announced ;by
ncaaquaners USARCARIB, with
Col. .Robert Coffey assuming
command of the 33d Infantry
iegimeni. jueparung Fort Kob Kobbe,
be, Kobbe, after serving as regimental
commander, of, two years, 1 was
Col. A. G. Elegar who; was re reassigned
assigned reassigned as assistant chief of
staff; Q J, USARCARIB-
-' Other 'f irsts" for Fort Kobbe
during 1955- included 1 o c a 1
scale "National Safety Week" in
July; use of ft simulated A bomb
in testing the efficiency of in infantry
fantry infantry troops In destroying tne
enemy throueh the aid of nu-
clear weapons; and the topping
oi au omer usarcarib posts
in the Community Chest and
Armed .Forces Emergency Relief
kill that guy." Black said- he
asked Moore what he mi talk talking
ing talking about, but was pushed out
of the -way.
The dub treasurer alos stated
that later in the manager's of office,
fice, office, when both the MPs and the
Zone police had arrived on the
scene, Moore tried to grab Bar Barbara,
bara, Barbara, who was paying the help.
"He did not act like a sober
raan,l Black added. "He wouldn't
listen to reason and was very
angry and excited,' ., .
Assistant District Attorney
Morton J, Thomson, then asked
"What did you see that made
you conclude he was drunk? If
I waved my hands and was
angry, would you say I was In
Black replied that he was close
enough ,to Moore to detect the
odor,of liquor. '.
The question of Moore's so
brlety was again brought out
when Gasperl took the stand to
testify that in his opinion th
man was "under the Influence
ef' liquor." '.,
Thomson strongly objected to
the conclusion the -witness was
drawing, but defense attorney
William, J. Sheridan, Jr., asked:
"Sinfce when Is the drunk drunkenness
enness drunkenness or sobriety of an indi individual
vidual individual si conclusion of law."
Sheridan then proceeded to
question Gasperl closely on his
experience with men who were
drunk. The witness said that
during the war he was an MP
and had on many occasions been
conirontea witn men who were
Balboa Magistrate interacted
"Exactly what did Moore do
to make you come to this son-
Gasperl pointed out he ob
served Moore's actions, and also
noticed tnat he wasn't steadv
on nis ieet.
After the defense rested Us
case," Thomson recalled Moore
to ask him ; whether on the
morning of the incident he told
tne defendant that he was a
Canal Zone cop.
Moore replied':' "No sir, I
said this man is a lunatic and
they should call the Canal
Sheridan then called Barbara
the stand and asked him
com-!rhfthr he knew Moore before
"No, sir," the sereeant reolied
nirt vnn lrwrtw, V, UrtJ
--v. ..w!rv Jlc iiu vino
ATTENTION & I.I Just built
modern furnished apartmenta, I,
2 bedrooms, hot, cold water,
Phena Panama 3-4941.
FOR. RENT. 2-bcdroom apart apartment,
ment, apartment, hot wafer. Ricardo Aria
Street, Compo Alegra. Inquire
37th Street No. 4-23.
FOR RENT: Modern apart apartments,
ments, apartments, 1 and 2 bedrooms. Par Par-ejue
ejue Par-ejue Lefevre, on the main. Suit Suitable
able Suitable for G I. familiei. Cell Ben Ben-ett'e
ett'e Ben-ett'e Phote Studio or 2-1212.
FOR RENT Nicely furnished
one-bedroom apartment in Ave,
Peru, facing the perk.' Phones
FOR RENT Apartment, unfur unfurnished,
nished, unfurnished, 2 bedrooms, 2 baths,
' maid's room, pleasant surround surroundings.
ings. surroundings. 44th Street No. 32. Phone
FOR RENT: Modern two-bedroom
apartment In Bella Vista,
51st Street No. 42. Cello Zu Zu-bieta,
bieta, Zu-bieta, phone 1-3337.
FOR RENT; Modem two-bedroom
apartment, porch, living living-dining
dining living-dining room, maid's and laun laundry
dry laundry roam, screened, hot water.
For further deteils please call
FOR RENT: Furnished apart apartment,
ment, apartment, Belle Vista. Phono 3-
FOR RENT: Furnished apart apartment,
ment, apartment, $45. North American
neighbors, homo comforts. Tot-.
FOR RENT: Complete furnish furnished
ed furnished epartment, cool. 52nd Street
No 21-4, Campo Alegre. Phone
FOR RENT: Modern apart apartment,
ment, apartment, ..recently built, 2 bed bedrooms
rooms bedrooms and maid's room, $85"."
Phone 3-2057 or 1-3356.
FOR RENT? Modern two-bedroom
epartment, maid's room,
hot water, all screened, beautiful
view in Le Creite. Call 3-1899.
FOR RENT: Ideal for a bathe.
lor or a couple: 1 -bedroom apart apart-.ment,
.ment, apart-.ment, very modem, hot watet,
all screened, near the El Panama
Hotel. People leaving the apart apart-'
' apart-' ment are selling et reasonable
:. price refrigerator and stove. Call
! 3-3421. ;;'
FOR RENTS Furnished 1 -bedroom
apartment, across Ancon
Post Office, Ave. Tivoli No. 6,
In Club Row
from Page I)
been a Canal Zone police of
"No, sir, I had no way of
knowing this," he said.
It was brought out by the de
fendant this morning that he
was instructed to have a gun on
the premises by the former
manager, but that the gun was
not loaded. Sheridan told Bar Barbara
bara Barbara that earlier testimony in indicated
dicated indicated that the defendant hed
manipulated the slide of the
pistol when. he brought it out of
his waistband. Then he. asked
the defendant whether this was
true...;..'-,,.;.-' i r,r ,;;:.-,;,,:.":'
"No, the gun was not loaded.
There was no clip in the gun."
"Did you draw the gun or lev.
el it at Moore?"
"No, sir, the gun didn't come
out of my belt until our scuf scuffle.";.,;.'.
fle.";.,;.'. scuffle.";.,;.'. v.:. v. -
'Barbara testified that tht
empty gun was kept there
more to "scare people" while
he was attending to the club
payroll, than orny other
Ke said that after he was
notified that there. was a dis disturbance
turbance disturbance outside he found Moore
standing with a barstool be between
tween between the Legion Club truck and
another vehicle on the grass in
front of the club. When he ask asked.
ed. asked. Moore to return the stool,
Barbara said that he was told
to take the stool away from rum,
but "I wasn't excited, these
things always happen.'
Barbara said Moore then push pushed
ed pushed him aside and said he was a
Canal Zone cop and was g&lng
to iaKe tne gun away from him,
ine gun was still in the defend defendant's
ant's defendant's belt at the time.
Barbara told the court he had
been engaged in similar work
both for NCO and Officers' Clubs
for the past eight years. He said
he had experience with people
drinking in clubs.
"I'mvnbt a fighting man to
begin with," he stated today,
"but Moore rushed me and the
gun flew out of nty belt and
struck Moore in the forehead."
Barbara also stated that after
he called the MPs Moore went
inside the club yelling he was
going io kiu tnat man."
in cross-examinino' th. r?.
tenuani., inomson asked
your gun wasn't, inarfri
and Moore. tried to
t iei m. i
HI FOLKS! Come on up to San Santa
ta Santa Clara this week-end. Weath Weather's
er's Weather's wonderful, ocean just right.
Casitat $2 per person. And that
long awaited retresqueria en the
beach is open end ready to servo
you ice cold beer end sods. P S.
' There's a Treasure Hunt coming
FOR RENT: leech houses,
"Seacliff Acres." Phone Panama
PHILLIPS Oceenside Ceftagee,
Santo Clare. Bos 435, Bolboe.
Phone Panama 1-1177, Critte
Gramlich's Santa Clara Beach
Cottages. Modern conveniences,
moderate rates. Phone Gamboa
Shrapnel's furnished he uses en
beach at Santa Clere. Telephone
Thompson, Balboa 1772.
FOSTER'S COTTAGES. One mile
past Casino. Lew rotes. Phone
Wonted to Buy
WANTED: Second-hand ping ping-pong
pong ping-pong table. Phone Panama 3-
Kill 21 Rebels
In Algiers Ballle
ALGIEE, Algeria, Jan.. 8 (UP)
-French paratroopers killed 21
rebels in a bloody battle early to
day and swept ahead with a con
unuing arive to stop rampaging
terrorists. : :
Officials at Constantine announc
ea me reDeis were Killed in a
stand-up fight which started in the
Djebel redouj region north of E
gar-Quinet late Thursday night.
Seven .rebels were captured In
the clash which officials said in involved
volved involved "an important rebel band."
One French soldier of the Sec
ond Foreign Parachutists Regiment
In another bloody clash Thurs
day near Tizi-Ouzou six rebels
were slain. Officials said one of
them was a local fanatic chieftan
named Adjila Mohammed. He was
May Call Emergency
Session Of Assembly
PARIS. Jan. e'lUP) Presi
dent Rene Coty may call France's
newly elected National Assembly
into emergency session to deal
with the urgent problems facing
the nation, informed sources said
The new Lower chamber Is not
slated to meet until Jan. 19.
But Coty had a long meeting
Thursday with Assembly perma-j
nent Secretary-General Emile Bla-i
rriont and the sources said they
discussed the possibility of get getting
ting getting the newly-elected deputies to together
gether together sooner than that.
Article 52 of the cons tit u 1 1 o n
states a new assembly must meet
"the third Thursdiy after its e e-leetion,"
leetion," e-leetion," But experts said today
there was lecal room for a "wid "wider
er "wider interpretation" of the article.
New Church To Be
The new building of the Fi r s t
Church of God of Rainbow City
will be dedicated Sunday after-!
noon at 3 p.m. at the corner of
Jamaica and Trinidad 'Street,
. The church will be under the
pastorship, of.. Rev. George W.
Several church, community and
civic leaders will attend the ded dedication
ication dedication at which-Rev. William
Livingston will be the main speak speaker.
er. speaker. -. '-.
The dedication will he followed
by a week-long revival beginning
Jan. 15. U. S. evangelist Larry
DeShayes will lead the revival
he would have killed me If 'he
had it". j
"What good is a gun If it Isn't
loaded", the DA asked.
"I only carry it to scare people i
who might want to take the pay-i
Yesterday, seven government
witnesses were called who eor'j
roborated the complainant's tes-:
timony that Barbara manlpulat-
ed the slide of the pistol when:
he brought it out of his belt.
Moore was the onlv witness to I
testify that he actually saw ail
cartridge jam. Policemen inves-n
tlgating the case shortly after!
it occurred said thev founcj no I
clip in the pistol and no car-ii
trkige jammed In the chamber. ii
The clip of the pistol, which was i
In the Club's safe vbpn nolii e
claimed, it.ln.tli. aitcma tf
Jan. i was introduced in evi evidence
dence evidence alone with
FOR RENT: Spacious lecale.
ground. Juste Arosemena Ave Avenue
nue Avenue No. 37-11. Inquire 37th
Street No. 4-23.
FOR. RENT.- Offices in com.
. mereial row in front of Hotel
(I PanamJ. Please apply fete El
Helcon 9-12 a.m. 2-6 p.m.
WANTED: Vacation guartart,
January en. Call 2-3394, after
WANTED: Responsible work working
ing working couple desire vocation quar quarters
ters quarters end February.-- References
furnishes'. Balboa 2-2580
Give your Pre-teen or teenager a
Ballroom Dance Course for Xmas.
16-12 hour lesson & a FREE
Dance Book ONLY $10X0. Reg Registration
istration Registration will be held Jan. 7th at
10:00 a.m. Balboa "Y." Call
Balboa 2.4239 or Panama 3 3-1660.
1660. 3-1660. HARNETT ft DUNN. :
FOR SALE: 1952 Triumph 650
c.c, new paint, tires and top
overhaul. Cell 2-2789 anytime.
untv niivLCD cnrriAi
B.UVI I IV W I kit eVI bVlflla
1950 Dodge Station Wagon. .$393.00
O Colpan Reconditioned
O Colpan Safety Checked
O Colpan Guaranteed
Dli-MI1' r nt""T l
: it unit J .
'55 Chevrolet $1895.00
"Bel Air" Convertible
'53 Plymouth . . . ; .7: . 1250.00
'52 Ford . 1150.00
'52 Chevrolet 1150.00
'52. Nash Station Wagon 895.00
'51 Cadillac 1175.00
'51 Pontiac 795.00
Hard Top Convertible
FAST FRIZtlDLY niJAf-'CiuG
WANTED: Experienced nurse,
moid, must live in, references
required. Phena 3-0905-
WANTED: Responsible moid,
general housework. References,
English not necessary. v 2 1 2-A
Boats & Motors
FOR SALE: 19-foot sailboat,
sloop rig, Call lalboa 3028 aft.
or 6 p.m. '::
FOR SALE: 30' sloop, sleeps 4
below, 2 above, 1955 Universal
25-horse, auxiliary 1953 sails.
Excellent condition Ready to go.
Cell Cristobal 1-10651307.
" FOR RENT: Campo Alegre:
Nicely furnished cool room with
private bath end delicious meals.
FOR RENT: One small furnish,
ed bedroom with bath for single
person. Apply personally to Ave.
Cuba No. 38-29, next to "Co "Co-misariatq
misariatq "Co-misariatq Don Bosco,"
FOR RENT: Beautiful furnish,
ed bedroom with porch, hot wa water,
ter, water, for married couple without
children. Meals available. Apply
personally! Ave. Cuba 38-29.
next to "Comisariato Don Bosco."
FOR RENT: Furnished room for
bachelor, private entrance.' pri private
vate private bath, $45. Phone 3-1648.
-THE PANAMA AmiCAN AN I.NDtfENl'I-NT DAILI .NETiiTAft
rr.DIT, JANUARY 6, 1K
ii: ; It Us t
5c. p lof.
LITTLE BOY LOST
- Also: -ROPE
T J V O t f
THE WAR OF THE
$1.10 PER CAR!
ESTHER WILLIAMS an
60c. ' 30c.
WILLIAM BEND1X, in
. ; MAD AT THE WORLD
Presentation of the the-Famous
Famous the-Famous Italian
' 1000 dolls on
V C 7 OR I
Three I '..;:"
I LAMING M i;
Shows: 3:03 5:01 :00 9:00 p.m.
Romance and Suspense Filmed
in Fabulous Monte Carlo!
Grace Kelly In
ALFRED HITCHCOCK S
"TO CATCH A THIEF"
Vista Vision and Color
Technicolor Superscope Release!
John PAYNE Ronald REAGAN
Rhonda FLEMING Coleeo GRAY
(Continued from fate i j
I No wonder it's taken so long for
IHeniinway's next book. The title,
lis: ,-The Long One'' .v. Nancy j
j Berg who counts sheep on Jeevee I
(to put you to slcep at 1 aim.), r
tail i vt uiitu 4uau111111.11;
j . .We just found out why Holly Holly-jwood
jwood Holly-jwood couples monogram their tow tow-;els
;els tow-;els His & Hers. They never know
jif it'll last long enough to put their
'names on them-
This is the season when
ihatucd jdt MMrruikiifrn"
hotel and restaurant vims display their artisuc s.kiji in ice sculp sculpture
ture sculpture for window displays and dinner centerpieces, But now they
can throw away their chisels and relax. A Cincinnati ice maim
facturer has developed a molding process which creates any one
of a dozen ice-statue subjects by just freezing water inside metal
molds. -Above, Paul Brogan, president of the company, displays
a mold-east fish (Centerpiece. He says it's just as decorative as
, the pieces produced by laborious had-carving. But no assembly
- line technique can overcome one weakness of ice sculpture. No j
matter how it's made, U will melt eventually at room temperature. 1
MOVHS TV KAD'.O
by Erskin Johnson
UOIIYWOOD (NEA) The! Bergman agreed to be directed by
Year m Review (concluded): Ava someone else-Jean Renoir .
Gardner won a divorce irom 2 pw
Sinatra in Nevada, but she still
hasn't picked up the final papers.
But she broke tho monotony of it
all by living it up in London night
clubs with, bullfighter Luis Miguel
Dominquin, who puzzled everyone
with this quote about her:
"? n v t. iink ot nor as a xv"
&4 'i Iff!,
Ctorgt Gobal mad his movie
dtbut and liktd it. "You don't have
to maka any decision in tho
movies," h told m ."Tho ward ward-rob
rob ward-rob mn vn tells you when to
change your pints." Estha"'
Williams left the old MOM swim swimming
ming swimming hole but came up with plans
for buildina "P Yourself
Bctte Davis returned to film
acting after a long illness .
Janet Leigh and Tony Curtis dated
the stork . i Surprise flop of the
year: Liberace in "Sincerely
Yours." This time the critics liked
it but the public didn't. Pier
Angeli narrowly missed being crip crippled
pled crippled for life in a freak airplane
accident. -. ,. ,'.-
i "My Friend Irma" and My
Favorite Husband" faded as Holly Hollywood
wood Hollywood TV shows . Impersonating
Marlon Brando s "un me water waterfront"
front" waterfront" performance bee a m e a
national craze ... V Hollywood
Both had five hubbies but Susan y members of "Worthy Sayings,
" Five husbands', proved two too
many, vrt. Mr ..Hollywood. LUUan
MavwarH Ktarrina in her film
biography, has only three. ...
Popcorn sales at the movies be became
came became BUTTER than ever, too, but
I t-afiieori In rocicm as nrosiripnt ot
NO-POP National : Organization I
of people upposea to ropcorn,
i mn mm far-B-iift "to mase me
phvsical Hollywood live up to the
Miss AWOL of the past few
' years, Gail Russell, made a movie
comeback Mario Lanza lost
inn nnn in t, Veeas. Not bv ap
pearing at the dice tables but by
not appearing for a scheduled two two-week
week two-week night-club act . Jean
Peters finally admitted she U di divorce
vorce divorce Stuart Cramer, HI.
Jimmy-Cagney returned to the
teugher-than-ever league In "Love
M or Leave Me" but he beamed:
"This time it's toughness for a
' For The First Time since she
married Roberto Rossellini, Ingrid
that she wouldn't wed Rubirosa
and in December she repeated the
earn a vnw In a few! months.
though, she'll be making love to
ex-hubby, George santiers, lor a
Snow, Rain Pell
l!irlSieasl As Soulh
Basks In Sunshine
CHICAGO, Jan 6 (LP) -Snow,
rain and tfiistv winrU npltpd the
Northeast yesterday as the South
ern states basked in sunny tem temperatures.
peratures. temperatures. The mercury hovered in the high
30's and low 40's in the Northwest-
while readings in the Central
Plains rpcrinn 7nnmpH in the un
seasonably warm upper 70's.
The weathermen forecast more
rain for the already waterlogged
Wirthwpst tmnm-row and snow
flurries in the Northern Rockies
snd Northern Plains.
Temperatures aree xpected to
rti cast of the MississinDi excent
for lower New England tomorrow
and dry weather is predicted.
Some of today's temperatures
around the nation Included Boston
38; New York 39; Washington 44
Miami 64: Chicago 43: and Los
.Angeles 55. ;-
l!ow Firm Sicks
BROOKFIELD, Wis., Jan.' -(UP)
A new corporation dedi dedicated
cated dedicated itself today to filling the
state's barbershops with mottoes
of an "edifying nature."
me KeVi Iticnara a. uaeuaieu,
rrV."rrir;';i.. paih r. navt l Port Arthur. Tex.,
ZfWiyU'vm installing thes,
instiuments in his car His dials tell the temperature of the dif dif-U
U dif-U SntS ansmission, bearings, motor block, exhaust and tires.
Other gauges give revolutions per minute of the drive shatt, water
pTmpAe'erator. One, using vaporized steam in h : wburttor,
gives better gas mileage. Davis,, shown in Memphis, Tenn.,
learned about gadgets in the Air Forccv
. ... : l Gaensten taiseo me sijju uvcr
A pal snd it to Alan Wi son after wjtn njs wife Rachel, and a neigh neigh-a
a neigh-a preview: This picture is i B,bor, attorney L6rin G. Vanselow,
it should have bn en TV six Th. decided to form' Worthy Say
Sheree North played all of the
roles 'slated for Marilyn Monroe at
20th Century-Fox. Sheree slippefl
into Marilyn's wardrobe and dia dialogue
logue dialogue but, not into ber act.
"I didn't even study Marilyn's
wiggle," she told me, "because I
nave one of my own."
A Suppressed Desire Shop
opened in Beverly Hills. It figured.
Shirley Temple turned down sev-
rhanrea for TV and movie
national cra5 .uv
Boulevard announced a planned -comebacks, saying she s perfectly
hannv Mrs-Charles Black .
The only gal Crosby-Bobs. 17-year-old
Cathy nixed her first
marriage proposal and decided to
first have a singing career.
It was lust instead of dust down
the old corral as adult westerns
with romantic triangles popped up
all over movie and TV screens ; .
Producer Herman Hoffman hired
a pooch named Wildfire for the
movie "Bar Sinister" and ex-
"Hi. ctona.fjc nd lack of
visible emotion reminded me ef
three great mevie stars-Gary
Cooper, Alan Ladd, and John
That was : Hollywood in 1955,
Mrsv Jones- L -,: .:. ; ,:: : :;
SllOlVm AT YOUR SERVICE CElSfER
Balboa 4:30, 6:10, 7:50
VJ T"rtT Ri.AI.LY
am ALLICD ARTISTS KniH
Sal. "UAVV CROCKETT"
S1NTA CRUZ 6:1.1 8:0
"l.o l)nr -o N Pule Pfrdonar"
DIABLO HTS. 6:15 .7:50
Hunt HAU. i.
Sal. "YOITNG AT HKART"
'Five Aeainst Tbi House"
St. JAIL Bt'STF.RS"
"SOLDIER OF FORTUNE"
S. "HFUS OUTPOST''
MARGARITA 6:15 1:05
Rod CAMERON ; .;,
Saturday "TW PWOntGHt,''
CRISTOBAL 6:15 7:45
Sat "SFVt V IITTtE FOVS'
PiRAISO 6:15 7:55
LA BOCA 7:00
"THE PURPLE PLAIN"
CAMP BIERD 6:15 8:05
'Pearl of the Soulh Pacific'
Inc." They platj to swing into full
production sometime this month.
f'lt all started In a barbershop,"
"I saw this sign: 'Don't stare at
the barber, maybe you're nuts,'
and I was depressed. :
Gaenslen talked me sizn over
uui em viv mv
They decided to form' Worthy Say
Some of the sayings that will be
turning up in barber shops from
now on are:
"The only way to have a friend
Is to .be one."
'Blessed are the peacemakers."
"No load can get you down as
fast as the chip on your shoulder."
mKttKmtmmmmmmur0 iiiiiiwiiii'iiiiiiiiiii iiswiiiiiiii niiwriT
t" ' '' n f ''V'V:'-: '.
4 DUUUI lOOtH
LATE SHOWS TONIGHT 10:30 P. M.
"711 OCEAN DRIVE"
'JUST ME' 'HUSBANDS 'AS BAD
AS THOSE 'Ml, TOO' WIVIS
I don't like to find myself In the
..... i J :
middle or a nusDana ana wue
miarrel: But it haDDens sometimes
that a pnlumn of mine eets used
by a husband against his wife or by
a wue against ner nusoana.
- 'llAr vnn ar in the T." V
a wife, handing over a column that
makes the husband see red.
"Read this dear, and you'll un understand
derstand understand my point of view," says
a husband, pointing at a column
that he thinks will put his wife in
her place. ' f
Today's mail Includes a letter
from a wife who claims her hus husband
band husband never takes her anywhere and
just because she protests at being
left alone night after night he re recently
cently recently handed her a column I
wrota bout -"me.too," wives who
won't let their husbands have any
freedom at all.
"That was adding insult to in injury,"
jury," injury," the wife wrote ma hr an
indignant letter and then added,
"Thanks for my misery." ....
As I say I don't like to be In
the middle of a husband and wif
fight. But since the husband in this
CASE HAS BROUGHT MB INT
case has brought me Into it, I
think it is only fair to giva his
wife a little ammunition, too.
Sure, there are "me.too," wives
who want to be' in on everything
their husbands do, say, or even
,But there are also "just me"
husbands who think only of them them-oIvac
oIvac them-oIvac anrl nvpr nf their wives.
These "just me" husbands never!
want to go anywhere their wives
want to go. They insist on having
lorvthintf thi uav thiv want, it.
j They spend what they like but dole
out money grudgingly xo ineir
wives. They insist they have to
spend money to dress well in their
jobs but figure a wife ought to
be able to dress well on practically
Fnrtimafplv thpri aren't inn
many of these "just me" husbands j
because tney are no bargain.
But the man who thinks he has
a "me, too," wife ought to take I
a careful look at himself. It could i
be that instead of havins a "miv 1
t too."- wife- he is a iUiL-me'
....... i j
Your Community Station
' IVbr 100.000 People Meet
Today, Friday,' Jan. 6
4 :au What's Your Fv onto
trequests taken by
phone till VM)
5:35 -What's youryF votltf
6:0(1 Allen Jackson tnewsi
6:15 BLUE RIBBON SPORTS
6:30 Melachrino Muslcale
6:45 Serenade In Blue
7:15 Freddy Martin Show
7:30 Report From The U.S.A.
8:00 Music By Roth
8:30 World Of Jazz
9:00 You Asked For It (re (requeststaken
queststaken (requeststaken by phone
: till 7:30)
10:30 One Night Stand
iu:4a xempie ui ureams
11:00 Concert Under The Stars
12:00 Sign Off,
Tomorrow, Saturday, Jan. 7
6:00 Sign On Alarm Clocs
. Club (requests taken by
phone till 7:00)
7:30 Jazz Salon
8:15 The Christophers
8:30 Musical Reveille i
9: 15-Hour Of SUFrancla
9:30 As I See It
10;05 Off The Record (requests
- taken by phone till
11:05 Off The Record (cont'd)
12:30 New Tune Time
1:15 Les Brown Show
1:30 Wayne King Serenade
2:00 Instrumental Capers
2:15 Rhythm And Reason
2:30 Children's Classics
3:00 Concert On The Mall -,
3:30 Music For Saturday
4:00 Feature Review
4:30-What's Your Favdrlte
(requests taken by
phone till 3:00)
5:35 What's Your Favorite;
tconi a i
6:00 Guest Star
1:15 BLUE RIBBON SPORTS
6:30 Manhattan Melodies
6:45 Do It Yourself
i 7 : 00 OP GAN AIRS
I - "Ve-tle's Chocolate)
7:30 Report From The U.S.A.
8:00 Paris Star Time
8:30-Life With The Lyons
9:no Your Hit. Parade
9:30 Rav's A Laueh
10:00 Music From Hotel EI
10:30 Owl'g Nest (reouests
taken by nhone)
1:00 a m. Sunday, Jan. 8.
dia I icrro in,, uv.17. i.t ki;i- k,,;h ''-v, '.
Air Force trailer van weighing 7809 pounds. It is believed to be the ;
heaviest load ever lifted by a helicopter. The big lift was ma4e ;
during tests of the craft at Culver City. Calif. Cupable of carr-
Ing loads of at least 10 tons, the HX-17 was made' for the Ar ;
Force by the aircraft division of Hughes Tool Co. in Culver Cit. I
It is a pressure-jet, single-rotor helicopter. 5
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a y '.v.w 5-diamcnd ;
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- RE-he dosed cabin of this turbine-powered helicopter
Fort : Worth Tex can carry two litter cases, medical attendant along with Pilot and
ort wottn lex, can J hj.ou h fcliding doors IS accom-
ttuJ out of the way for other mission, j y
A LOOK INSIDE Members of a Russian delegation to a
, Soviet film festival in Paris visited the fashion house of
Jacques Fath, now operated by his widow. Red star Lud-
vU miiia Tseltovskaia lifts the skirt of the .Jf'atn creation to
find any possible hidden "western secrets" m fashion woria,
PRACTICING FOR A WAlK-ON? Allison Hayes makes a pretty pleasing picture as
she pulls on a pair of boots on location in Tucson, Ariz. It's her fust taste of the west
NOT IN THE SCRIPT Fcmed actress Ingrid Bergman
watches in amusement as producer-director Jean, Renoir
inaugurates HOUSING PROJECT President Marcos Perez Jimjnez of Venezuela reads directions for the treatment of his cold during time-,
rides bv in an open car after inaugurating the nation's biggest housing project. In ; out in the filming of their latest movie in Pans. Miss Berg Berg-background
background Berg-background apartment houses can be seen. For third year, nation spent $300 million, man co-stars with Mel Ferrer and French star Jean Marais.
T""' riUMtN START A FIRE Kids around Williamsport, Md., recently going to burn the building down as pail cf-an excue.Thcy put out"
cot" the word that a fire was going to break out at an old barn and they various types of blazes in the barn that was going to be dismantled
ru VJ to the spot (left). They knew that the local fire department was anyway. Once exercises were over, they let it burn to the foundation.
:' r Kiny Ftatwti Syndtcatt
rPHERE'S ONE GOOSE near Liberal, Kan'., who knows what it feels like to be locked
A in a deep freeze. He was paddling across a small lake with other members of a
flock and fell behind, He decided to rest for awhile, but, like many humans just after after-dinner,
dinner, after-dinner, he dropped off to sleep. When he woke up, an arctic blast had frozen the Jake
solid with nine-below-zero temperatures. Undersheriff Zed Coffey had to don a pair
; of hip boots and use a four-by-four.to batter his way to rescue of that silly goose.
Other members of flock f torn $ watth helplessly s cnt is froien it! Iht lake..
Coffey, weering hip fcocti end chcF?i3 0wcy w;;h o four-Ly-fsur, nrdsi
i'l.7 rkyvw av:ktca"( an iNn.Fr.NrrNT run. Nrsrrrn
Jociai and KJuicnvite
flu 5037, Jnccn j HELl'LlOS
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lira nntli for Inclusion la fhl
enlttnan puld fljhmtttrd la tvpe-
rilien (urn ana waiicd la ene af
iht bv aunhrn !( ami' la Su Sural
ral Sural ni lllhrr4.r," r iintrr
bj hand la Ine utlire. Nwra W
aiatiinj raanut be accepted 1 leia leia-aaaaa
aaaaa leia-aaaaa Inter-American riuh
General Assembly, Tea
.... jj ueneral Asemt)lv, Te
Fair of this nature provided one CoJon
i of the best means oi "S. The Atlantic side section of
ito Cans e the Inter-American Womens
range of merchandise offered by -en.rM
.i WV., i-c mo 1 1 n f" : u --w r i
Uieir nui0uu3 v.v .- awpmhlv on1 to nn Kfrtnriav at
, .' j ".w u!3:3Q P.m. at the club headquar-
spea-ker for next week's meeting ters in Colon.
A'S: S. mmM.U'c.Mnm will
Fort San Lorenzo.
mwt Wprinpsrlav pvpmnsr at
Werz Memorial Balboat at 7:30.
Important business will be
Refreshments will be served
YA .....( we- hrs.j heliconter lifts
COPTER GETS i hrr ?it iindnsoes tests at Quantico, V.
multiple rocket launcher as t undergoes i rotor
The 'copter feature, a dome- u. y ;
ten for moving men and equipment,
Mr. And Mrt. Ridge
Have Hwu Guests
have had visiting them, her moth-i after meeting.
er and father, Mr. ana wrs. -i
liam MeiUen of Rock isiana, m-jtz toiieje vmo
Tea on Monday.
jheir aon-in-law and daughter.
Tha Harrv' Paint
Give Holidiy Party
inois at their home in San Fran
HPU Tannnmr Tad ytri RlKt.
r lUv aiiuai; V& v.w-
Th Mif7on ir Ipavine todiV'nii! mptinot nt th Canal Zone
alter spenamg iwu tcs '""'"'e iourgo iut wm ur uc n v
U.S.O.-J.W.B. Armed Forces Ser-j
vice Center on Monday at 4;00..
A Book Review will be given
?iva nouo'T ranf -, -t a duuh nciicw win
r-. .HJ l(v.of TTftrrtf Pain lA'prp't... n rtMMAfV.r Ifntt riAnrt nf'
hosts for a group of riends for anlWomeni canal Zone Junior Col-;
-vM lhiir tni.li... i
VTr TTarnlil .T. 7iert,eri and her'
committee will be hostesses for
Khe tea. - ;
dence in Bella Vista on new
v.t.i.L.I BmkUm rink r.
Mrc Fannv Kanlan oresided at
her last meeting as president of
the Cristobal Emblem CI u b on
Guesday evening at the E I k s
Home in'Brazos Heights. .
Mrs Kanlan nresented each of
To Elect Officers
A meetlng'of Club Altamira
will be held at the regular meet meeting
ing meeting place tonight to elect and
MISS ESFERANZA LOPEZ DE DIEGO
fAREXTS ANNOUNCE ENGAGEMENT OF MISS LOPEZ
TO AIRMAN JIRST CLASS BLRNOSKT OF ALBROOK
Mr.! Manuel. Lopei and Mrs. Esperanza de Diego de Lopet
of Balboa announce the engagement of their daughter, Espe Espe-ranxa.
ranxa. Espe-ranxa. Lopez de Diego, to Airman First Class John E. Burnosky,
eon of Mr. and Mrs. John W. Burnosky of Ginter, Pa.
No date has been set for the wedding. ;
extended to Governor Gonzalez. Al-
.bIJ ..I T -.. i mar
Miss Ixpez was graduated from
Balboa High School with the class
of 1953, and was an. honor grad graduate
uate graduate of the Canal Zone Junior Col College
lege College with the Class of 1955. She is
now employed at Albrook AFB.
Urn fiann haw ctatinnnrt at: Al-
brook,, was an honor graduate ofjcaldr' Bazan and Mayor Pastor
Jtfonhannon Joint High School .. in Ramos to. attend the opening
.Madera, fa., wun ine ciass oi.Kame.
1951. Mr. James Price of Curundu,
guests of Tony Tagarjipulos, gave
Kotarians a talk In connetion with
the; forthcoming Curundu Fair
which opens March 11 and ex-
nrotQoA 1ha 'hnnA -tVifii 4),n. xn;
the birth of a .son, their second on; will receive the fullest support
Wednesday. Mrs.. O'Connor .sthe front business, firm. kj the- At
heV officerS for the year a gift in ;
nnreciation for the work tney nao
done in the past year. I
mis, uaiic lvJluHMJ,
Mrs. Kaplan on be! fiftir0,ehf; Diablo Elementary PTA
er members for her untiring et- T,rf Ki-M
forts, in making this one oi ine
f nfeafiil voarx in the hlS-
tory of the' Cristobal E m b 1 em
, ; .;
Tnctallstinn nf nffir-ers- for the
new year will be held Jan. 14 at
6;30 p.m. at tne tuts nome
Mrs. Jlelen Morrison, telephone
membershitt will be. nlaved iiext.l!T.an3.' is takina reservations for
Monday afternoon at the St.' Jo-i dinner for the occasion. L a r r y
seoh's CDlieee Blavuroiind. n di a will .furnish the music for
siarca mat invitations had been
Shirley Smith O'Connor
H- Second Son
lir. and Mrs. Edward F.-O'Con
nor of Atlanta, Georgia announce
dancing following the installation.
White elephant prizes were won
by Mrs. Josephine Cahill, Mrs.
Bernice" Grier and Mrs.'. D o t h a
Cougher. The Cora 'n' Get It prize
was won by Mrs. Millie Reccia.
The following members we're
present. Mesdames Fanny Kaplan,
Tha Jannarv mpernior nr tne
Diablo Heights Elementary
School Parent-Teacher Asso-i
elation will be held in the Diablo
Gymnasium at 7:30 p.m. Tues
Mrs. Melvin Blerman, Traffic
Engineer for the office of the
Eneflnperlni and Onnstrnctlnn
Director, will be gest speaker,.
lor ;ne evening.
' Mr. Riprman' snhlect. will hp
General Traffic Engineering and
tne part it piays in ine every
flaw Ufa rtf all Tversnns. with snp.
rial consideration Given t i school I
Mr. merman ww nave asnoni
questlho and answer dls.cusslon
at the conclusion" oi his lecture, i
former Shirley Smith.
. i The baby" is the grandson f Mr.
and Mrs, Charles Smith of El
Cangrejo and the great grandson
of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Persons
of St. Petersburg, Florida, former
residents of the Isthmus now vis visiting
iting visiting here.
Mrs. Smith left by plane on
Wednesday -to be with her daughter.
He expressed the belief that
bv GAYNOR Minnnv
NEA Food and Markets Editor
present Mesdames ranny Kaplan, GM Qf 0r.anist, ..
Midge Larnson, Doro thy U Crou, Mfet, Monday NiKht
Virginia Russon Jdotha touRher TJl Am(!ric!m Guild, of
n f nimn mp f;mwe n Jane u
rua ana mirniii cairor i uu bmi.h v, ,vut
and: We had lunch the other day With' ion show will take place at Hotel
lift.. 1 1 i . .i IT-1 Ti-..i. lAniutn Mrt nenlAne
Dinner Will Honor
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r i j n.k.M VttttA iceiinrliLamernn'Hawlev' nnthnr nf "Fvi
invitations for. dinner to be given) tve Suite and the. new novel
on Sunday, at the embassy in (-ash McCall. But we talked
honor of. the Minister of Foreign; mostly about food. He is a gourmet
Relations and. Mrs. Alberto Boyd.! as well as a best-sellipg author.
Consular, Association- j Shrimp a la "Cash MeCall"
Issues Invitations i j-u t
. mu. i.a- m ( Pi. This is a Knnmn Hisn sprvarl nisr
nama Cily.has issued invitations; small omelette (as you might
. : t. k. i,M tVin sprvp a npu.'hnroh nuor ilin n(
Cnion Club on Jan. 14. A new
board of directors will be chos chosen
en chosen at the gathering.
Catholic Woman's Club
Elects Now Officers
The Pacifie Side Catholic Wom Women's
en's Women's Club elected new officers eve evening
ning evening during the first -meeting of
1956 held at the Fort Clayton Re Religious
ligious Religious Center.-
The new officers are:. Mrs. Ja Ja-cob
cob Ja-cob P.' Mastrucci of Fort Amador,-president;
Mrs..E. M. Ford
of Fort Kobbe, secretary; and
Mrs. W. W. Sauser of Fort Clay-
' In addition to the election, the
group discussed plans for a Com Communion
munion Communion breakfast to -be held Feb Feb-19
19 Feb-19 at the Army-Navy Club follow following
ing following the" 5:3a Mass.
. iilca ftarrlnn Laavat
Miss Judi Gordon Jias returned
i to her home in West . Hartford,
Conh alter a holiday visit with
her uncle and aunt,' Dr. and Mrs.
" Blanshaft; In San Juan Place.
Billie Crump, -llelefrCroweir-, Jane
Huldtquist, Jay Cain, Millie Rec
cia, Gerry ceiiuci, i essie r.owe,
MiMraH i Tlrnt Charlotte TullV,
Selma Vainio, Jeanne B e n e n,
Gertrude Allgaier,, Gwen De Tore,
Alice Smith, Gernice Grier, Al Alberta
berta Alberta Roth, Josephine Cahill, Ma
ry Livingston, Marium, wnue ano
Mrs. Ann Pennock.
Burdino's To Bring
Fashion Show. :
To El Panama
On March 10, an elegant fash
eani .;s. Isthmian Branch, will
meet at, 7:30 p.m, Monday at
the home of Mrs. W E. Kirk Kirk-land.
land. Kirk-land. 1503-B, In Balboa.
All organists and choir di:
rectors are Invited,
El Panama, featuring fashions
from Burdine's in. Miami.
Tha First l.aHv nf Panama. Do
na Olga Arias de Arias will spon-
. a. .1 1 t'J.
sor the affair for the benefit of! for the show.
Panama's Red Cross.
The show, which will be held in
the patio of the hotel will be fol followed
lowed followed by a gala dance.
Clothes will include Burdine's fa famous
mous famous sunshine fashions especially
calpMart fnr Panama livintr
Sports clothes, cocktail, and eye-.
ning fashions and catauna oattnng
suits will be shown.
Aetovias Panama Airways will
fly eient uuraine moacis aown
serve a newburgh over a slice of
toast. It's not a shrimp sauce to
garnish an omelette. Use the small smallest
est smallest shrimp you can find.
, For a pound of shrimp, use a
quart of water with a few slices
of onion, a clove of garlic, Vi bay
leaf, a rib of celery with leaves.
2 teaspoons salt and a pinch of
cayenne. Simmer 15 minutes.
Add shrimp and Va sliced lemon
and simmer again for 15, minutes.
cool shrimp in the water, and then
shell; and devein them.
Rpiiprvp pnniicrh shrinm tn male
tablespoonfulls of minced shrimp.
, jjiviae- ine i remaiuuer imo o
small dishes. Marinate 1-3 of the
shrimn in MarsAla wine'. 1-3 in
freshly pressed lemon juice, and
the rest in. curry powaer mixea
with olive oil.
Marinate several hours, turning
frequently. Drain and put into a
warming oven to warm. Do NOT
The sauce: Prepare shrimp but butter
ter butter by mashing thoroughly 3 table tablespoons
spoons tablespoons shrimp in 3 tablespoons but butter,
ter, butter, blend for several hours and
ti,.... ,v.a tlirnnpri a finp sieve.
To one cup of bechamel sauce add
a cup cream anu cuui m ieuu
to one cup. Just before serving
To clvo Ntv Uh h your cfofhci
Holiday Guosti r
After having spent a two week add the shrimp 'butter,
vacation at the Panamonte, Mr. I
Chester P. Hall and his daughter,! Bechamel Sauce
' Mrs. Belle Morse returned by can
a- rMn. n . l.Tf. o 4jVJ..cnnrina hnitpr in
, Among other spending' the holi- saucepan and add about a quarter
Cays HI ulc I aileliuumc iiavu uccn. meulUIII-aie uiuuii, iiiiuvcu muc.
Mr. and Mrs. Pcntti Pajune, ofiDo not brown 6hion. Stir in V cup
Psnami) Mr ami Mrs T.picrh lira, flnnr anrl orarlliallv add 1 Dint milk
mer, of' Panam; Mrs. Adelaide! heated -to the boiling point. Stir
until thp mixture is smooth.
Tn another saucepan, simmer
rhonoed learfWeal inA-ta
blcspoon butter ovetiefy-1
Scasw. with a sprig ctt tresh
F.isenmann. of Panama: Mr Rich
ard Hugill, of Panama; Mr. and
Mrs. Elrain Campos, of Panama;
Mr. C. Jepson, of Puerto Armue Armue-lles:
lles: Armue-lles: Mr. Ove Thonscn, of Puerto
A n.iir.ltc Mice Maria K'ni nl-'t
Panama and Mios Reila Ewing,. thyme or a pinch of thyme' leaves
.t ranama, 4 : a pincn or wmw peMi'eiwim
i .I, . .h.. f frehlv eraterl nutmeg
-Cristobal-Colon j stir constantly to keep the veal
Rotary News v i from browning. Cook about amin
Th rpsnlar upplclv mp.ptinsf of !.,.. mAA ius veal and blend thor-
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the Cristobal Colon Rotary Club0uL'hly: Cook very slowly for about
was ncia m uie airaiiKuia v-juuian nrnir: avoiu stuitiiuis. uuiu
cn Thursday and I'resiuent Le s. through a very fine sieve.
Davis opened the proceedings byi if not to be used immediately
welcoming Kotariau Fritz Humph-(dot the surface with butter.
voi u'hn liac .ik1 rotnrnprl from i tiTim a email nmelfittp. and. be
trip around the World. Fritz; fore folding, add sliced truffles or
ji -jiiused to give members a talk mushrooms lightly sauteed in bul bul-ahmit
ahmit bul-ahmit his trio, at an early date, iipr Place omelette on a heated
- 'nt;Hn O'monr KHlv irorm-1 r-tittpr. s"rrmml Willi alii'imp.-eov-
i ti-e CJuh that the iirl pame'er with the sauce and serve in a
of the season in the soft b a 1 lmad rush.
yea wLh to tytis m t&zzki dlrovtry tiii
Will cut ironinjf tima, di a square of SATINA t
fwir hot ft arch before pplying to clotbxi.
T'Jli SATINA your iron doesn't dra j or stick, 6?
4isr is no pcrdbility of wrinklirg them.
, SATINA fiivej your clothes a beautiful lo.r7
latch, Jeavirs; thea "like-new." They will
tsEsh and stay charter Icagsr.
luy SATINA today, 44
you will note grootar
Hit iii your Ironing
0nd b"tf ppeHinM
tm your cleine.
The Stars of the Gr:nt FI:t;:..I
. "teiiheijse'S" parti ihu"
Now Flaying at the LUX Th:ntr
We are unpacking
Pyrex casserole with
wooden stand 19-50
Glass tenterpier.es ......... r 2.50
o Aluminum iceboxes ......... 33.50
Iron chairs 21.50
-Nght 'Lamps ........ i.... 5,95
Ateco cake decorators -5.95
Ravioli Cutters 1-20
Damask tablecloths x '1-75
Embroidered tablecloths ..... 12.95
o Cannon sheets' .'2.30
e Cannon towels, set 2.75
Anti-humidity salt shakers i. '0.30".
.Individual tablecloths 0.45
- Kitchen clocks '850
; a Aluminum clothespins "1.50
. Kitchen towels; 0.3i
l Brillo t -0.20
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BUY NOW ON :THE
ani ii inMniTm'
inn ,r wrvt. Miiri. iiuii. jmm c&vn. ac Ihp vm
bier. Tennessee, lthonda Fleming as The Duchess, and 1'on
aid Reaean as Cowpoke, in .VTENNESSFK'S PARTNER."
Coieen Gray also is starred in the RKO-Benedict Bogeaus
Supcrscope-Technicolor film. v Advt.
SECOI'D FLOOR OF FIFTH AVEIiUE
. . it's always fair weather
in Panama's No. 1 Spot, .
Ot'H Hcathir is air-conditioned I
BELLA VISTA ROOM
with CLARENCE MARTIN'S ORCHESTRA tor dining
and dancing nightly for those who prefer the best!
at the OUB 4:30
TRIO EL ARRANQUE
Every Friday and Saturday
midnlte to 4:30 a.m.
SUNDAY BRUNCH DANCE
11:30 a.m. 3:30 p.m.
Complimentary cocktail, delicious menu,
. AZCARR VGA AND HIS TRIO
' and' ERIC THE GREAT, the balloon man
' ,' .' and magician, to-delight -young and- old 1
. alt for $2.25 :
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. '".! -en)oy yourself ...Ws cheaper than you think!"
our CAFE GRILLE "'
t 4 Kirkebr Hotel
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"Jfa gaAl $AovsA Jaw"
Ofizit dedb fJiojn 10 nxi.
until 3 r.;?.
FRIDAY, JAXCASY I, lri
THE PANAMA 'AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILT NEWSPAEH
yen Fmiong $750 Class
tt i 1 1 1 II I i 1 1 t : -i
Pappa Flynn, Bradomin
In Wide Open Contest
Four apparently well matched Class B imported
thoroughbreds are scheduled to match strides tomor tomorrow
row tomorrow afternoon at the Juan Franco race track when
the.r dispute the major share of a $750 purse over a
distance of seven furlongs.
Speedy Alormina heads the field
in the starting lineup and most
likely will be the mutuelj favorite
also. Alfredo "Chinito" Vasquez,
who has been able to jset the most
nnf nf th tnn .nf Rnval Phoenix-
Taormina's Hope, will be in the
Bradomin, No. 2 in the lineup,
will undoubetedly the longshot of
the race. Antonio Eskildsen's
longshot specialist was a bad trail trailer
er trailer against Alormina and Quema Quematodos
todos Quematodos last week. Raul Gamero will
attempt to put over a juicy win
here aboard the son of Phidias Phidias-Eellatrix.
Eellatrix. Phidias-Eellatrix. t
Quematodos wound up second in
hlankpt finish o( I race won
by Persian Countess in the final
sixteenth. Alormina was third, on on-iv
iv on-iv nnse behind Quematodos at
th wire. Julio Jimenez Jr. re
places Johnny Cadogan a-b o a r d
tjuematoaos on mis occusmu.
Panna Flvnn. a' successful top
flieht nerformcr until r e c e n i
weeks, will be no. 4 in me maj i-
ino nrripr Alpiandro Ycaza. as u
sual, will handle the reins of the
rhirinni star. PanDa Flynn wound
up a trailer in last Sunday's $(ew
Year's Classic but could return
winner in this group.
Alormina figures to open a wide
nriv leari with Quematodos and
Bradomin in closest pursuit. Pap Pap-na
na Pap-na Flvnn should be a trailer for
at- luast half the distance then
mm tn he in the thick of it at
the finish. However, Quematodos
or Bradomin could get up in time
tn emeree. victorious. The race
k. all the earmarks of a pros
pective thriller and ihould be
Ten other races are included on
FIRST HIT of the '58 PAAF season goes but to right, and there's
not much first baseman-manager Gene Pehota (12) of Special
Troops can do about it as Kobbe shortstop Ernie Lennon glides
into the bag at Fort Amador Monday. The 1955 all-star went
on to score the year's first run, as early-season Jitters took hold
of the Troops and pitcher Marty Wiglnton and Pehota throwing
errors good for three unearned bases. But the defending cham champions
pions champions came back with three in their half and went on to win
the game by a 8-8 wore.
(U.S. Army photo)
By TREVOR SIMONS
It's been a long time between
ports and ''Tiger Hags" has been
on the inactive list since the clos closing
ing closing of the 1955 football season. But
here we are again, ready to cov cover
er cover the C.H.S. Tigers as they pre prepare
pare prepare for another, baseball sea season,
son, season, scheduled to get underway
Jan. 13. """
Whenever the Atlantic Side
weather has permitted I've scout scouted
ed scouted around Strode Field, Cristo Cristobal's
bal's Cristobal's practice grounds, vand from
where I've been sitting it looks
like the Cristobal hitting power
will have to be bolstered a bit
and a few holes in the defense
will have to be plugged if the
fciue and Gold are to entertain
hopes of a Gold Coast champion
hhe tlwo C.H.S. seniors who
carried the load for the Tiger foot foot-bill
bill foot-bill team will again be the main
standard bearers as baseball
cemes to Interscholastic play. Kat
mlr Bazan. strong armed fast-ball
3 will share the mound chores
uth Wambo Lung, a lean rangy
pftchcr playing his last year wiht
the Tigers. Both Bazan and Lung
are better than average hitters,
i t: ..riu ol chnrt tnn
when not on. the hill, while Lung
ii f mir the outfield gardens on
tThr; Cristobal catcher will be
fjiarlie Fears and here too coach
rliinmhn ran rpst assured that he
vill get a job well done not only
vi defense, but also at the. plate
i,a-im has eot a strong arm and
a' cool self-confident manner which
j.Jits him in high stead for hand hand-1
1 hand-1 pitchers.
JRay Croft, a speedy glove man
vlill hold down the keystone sack
f ir the Tigers. Croft has also had
I if t .-
...;V'," '"V"tiX -kV'V-'
OKLAHOMA MEETS MARYLAND Howard Dare (21). Maryland halfback, breaks over the
right side of the Oklahoma line for a short gain during the first quarter of the Orange Bowl
game at Miami, Fla. Players for Oklahoma are: Clen.don Thomas (35), Dennit Morrla 51)
and Church Bowman (white jersey,center). Maryland players are Lynn Belghtol (12) and Tim
Flynn (81). Oklahoma won 20-6.
Juan Franco Graded Entries
Race "H2" Imp, 1 Mile Purse $400.00 Pool close 12.45
, rirst Race of the Double
1 -Black Gold G. Sanchez 115 Distance to liking
2 Qullacoya 8. Carvajal 107x Would pay off here (
3 B. BIa4e O. de Leon 107x Distance handicaps
4 Granero : R. Gamero 105 Rates good chance
5 0. Star F. Rodriguez 115 In best form ever
6 Gonzaga J. Jimenez 104x Could get up here
7 (D. Beatriz L. Giraldo 115 No. 1 contender
8 (Coronelino J. Gongora 113 Could help entrymate
"H2" Imp. 62 Fgs. Purse $400.00
Second Race of the Double
Pool close 1.15
1 Don Goyo A. Vasquez 115 Form indicates
2 Tom Collins B. Baeza 105x Not agairfst these
3 A. Maid F. Godoy HOx Could score at price
4 S. Spruce A .Gonzales 112x Way down in class
5 El Regalo G. Sanchez 113 Racing to-goo3 form
6 Choya C. Igleslas 110 Dangerous this time
7 Joe's Fiddling H. Ruiz 110 Depends on start
8 G. Buzzer J. G6ngorn 115 Hasn't shown much
9 (Cruzada G Prescott 108 Good early speedy
10 (D. Duchess G. Montero 105x Rider, handicaps
3rd. Race "H" Nat.
7 Fgs. Purse $275.00 Pool close
1 Consentida L. Credidlo 96x Distance handicaps
2 Malaya H. Ruiz 108 Ran well in last
3 Que Llndo A. Vasquez 120 Dangerous contender
4 Tilln Tilln S. Carvajal 117x No sound recently
5 Folletlto A. Gonzales lOlx Plenty early speed
J.. Jimenez 119x In favorite distance
R. Gamero 105 Good chance here
' B. Baeza 109x -Should score this time
4th. Race "H' Nat.
7 Fgs. Purse $275.00 Pool, close
1 Papa Rorra A. Vasquez 114 Still plenty green
2 Golden Pick B. Baeza lOOx Rates fair chance
3 Hlstoria E. Gutierrez 10Cx Needs better rider
4 Mufieco H. Ruiz 112 Hard to beat here
5-t-La Pampaninl S. Crvjl. 105x-Should be close up
R. Gomez 117 Could make it here
C. Igleslas 118 Usually refuses
A. Reyes R. 109x Nothing to indicate
some experience on the mound
and might see limited duty there
ioo, out nis aosence trom second
base would create a hole in the
infield that would be hard to plug.
Ray Croft is also a handy .man
at the plate. The Tigers can ex expect
pect expect some power too from Louis
laber, former football CaDtain
and outfielder for the C.H.S. nine.
Another pair of candidates fnr
the outfield gardens, Danny Ram
sey ana Juan concepcion, will give
Cristobal adequate defense, but
are snort on wnat is expected of
most outfielders, that is, hitting
pofer. When Bazan is pitching,
shortstop will be handled by lithe
wenoy basso, wnose small stature
belies his agility and good throw
ing arm. Louis Elzey, at the hot
corner, and young Luke Paiumbo
at first base,, round out the- bal balance
ance balance of Cristobal's starting nine.
as ine Aiianuc me rains re recede
cede recede and the dry season sets in
earnest, more strenuous practice
sessions will be scheduled for the
Cristobal Tigers. At that time "Ti
gcr Rags" will be able to give you
more detailed reports on tne prog
ress ot the team as we look at the
Cristobal bench and see what re
placements coach Paiumbo can
come up with for pinch-hitling and
Along The Fairways
LADIES DAY AT FT. DAVIS
The girls had their first tourna tournament
ment tournament and meeting in the new year
oh Wednesday.- A replayed ball
tournament was played. Louise
J thnson tonk the prize for low
tjoss and Dort Cram., otok low
"following play, a business meet meet-iU
iU meet-iU was held. Flans for a new
rier tournament were made. It
v 1 bPgin Feb. 1 and end April
4! Al lady members of Ft. Davis
rie eligible and urged to sign up.
iM;ins for a dessert card party
.! 1... 1.-1.-1 at. Rrazos Prnok Golf
W.i On Duiifijhl
At USO-JVB Cent
5th! Race" "C" Nat. e 1 Fgs. Purse $352.00 Pool close 2.55
1 JNacho A. Valdivla 3!8 Good: chance here ( 2-1
2 Tlngat B, Agulrre 115 Classic race revealing 3-2
3 Don Grau G. Sanchez 120 Has strong finish 2-1
4 Metto A- Ycaza 118 Nothing recently 4-1
5 El Pasha' G. Montero 103x Last 3 were poor 30-1
6 Julie S. Carvajal lllx Usually close up -10-1
6th. Race "E" Imp. 7 Fgs. Purse $550.00 Pool close 3.35
:; First Race of the Double v
'"''".'.. ;'. ; ;:- ::': I.- :.. .' t r
1 Pueillst R, Rodriguez 115 Could score knockout 3-1
2 Persiflage L, GlraldQ 118 Better each time out 3-2
3 r-Lexden 'A. Vasquez- 110 Showing improvement 3-1
4 Kiosco F. Godoy 105x Last doesn't count 4-1
5 (Lion's Claw F. Hidalgo 115 Preparing for payoff 4-1
ft (SuDDer Girl A. Ycaza 110 Returns in good form 4-1
7(Elko ) B. Agulrre 108 Could go all the wa.y 3-1
Tflmiimn7.o) R Gamero 106 Rates chance too 3-1
7th. Race "Especial" Imp. 7 Fgs.Purse $500.00 Fool close 4.05
. Second Race of the Double
1 Old Smueler A. Vasquez 118 Long overdue 3-2
2 Embassy A. Ycaxa 115 Has good workouts r .4-1
3 S, Slipper S. Ponce 110 Missed last time 3-l
4 Brisk F. Hidalgo 108 Will pay off soon .15-1
5 Lyrical K. Flores 112 Could score in debut 5-1
6 Golden Corn H. Ruiz 108 Will win soon 10-1
7 King R. Gamero 108 Usually disappoints 2-1
8 Rlscal J. Phillips 106 Nothing to recommend 20-1
8 (H. Park F. Rodriguez 110 Impressive in debut : 3-1
in(W Anron- B. Agulrre 110 Reportedly ready 3-1
PACIFIC LITTLE LEAGUE
At a meeting of the manag
ing personnel of the Pacific Lit
tie League held Tuesday night
final plans for the 1956 season
were made and the team man managers
agers managers submitted their rosters
containing the names of the
team members. Each of the six
teams are limited by regulations
to is players. The rosters of the
teams are as follows: :
SEYMOUR AGENCY:. R.Boat R.Boat-wright,
wright, R.Boat-wright, F. Huddleston, P. Ray
mond, B. Mallory, R. Farrell, F.
perra, C. Moses, M. Dubbs. R
Brockman, J. Carlson, C Corri Corri-gan,
gan, Corri-gan, G. Anderson, M. Calleja, K.
Anderson and R. Pearl. :
GIBRALTAR LIFE: D. Snyder,
J. Ftauenheim, B. Brandon, J
Wilson, G. Hutchinson, T.Han T.Han-na,
na, T.Han-na, J. Hunt, C- High, D., Zapp,
R. Eisenmann, D. Ebdon, B. Orr,
B,' Snyder,. Bud Hermany and
SPUR COLA: Gordon Boswell.
Fred Cha.s e, : Robert Dilfer,
ranic Kymcki, Colin Bradshaw.
Douglas Feeney, Tom fPerantle,
Tea AiDritton, Robert BOwen
Garth Feeney.i William Mounts,
Peter Whitney, John Zelnick,
Koger aoenice ana Robert Miku
llCh. -.. ..V
LINCOLN LIFE: W. French.
L.? French, J, Ward, R. Nesslerj
k- liedoetter, R. Bishop, F. Fer
nandez, L. Engelke, M. McEl-'
hone, G. Beck, R. Bowman J.
Joyner, c. Joyner, J. Farnsworth
and D. Bradshaw. v
ELKS 1414: Edmond Bleakley,
Jack DeVore, Dick Hern, Charles
cross. Micnaei Williams. Earl
Mullins. Robert Lincoln. Sam mv
neia, reier eerger, Mike Bur Burton.
ton. Burton. Crale Stoudnor. Richard
Ferkins, Robert Berganer, Tom.
my oangie ana Billy Egolr.
POLICE: Alves. Ashton. Ret
tls, Browder, Brown, Catron. T.
uornganv mraen. Dehl neer.
Liempsey, oiazer, potter, priest-
er, seoastian and Wilder.
The Pacific Little League 1956
season win -get underway on
Monday, January 9th with Spur
Cola and Gibraltar Life meet meeting
ing meeting in the opening game. Games
are piayea Monday through Fri
day at 4:30 p.m. at the Pacific
Little League Parte on Gaillard
PACIFIC LITTLE LEAGUE
Schedule for First Half
i, 1956 Season
8th. Race !T Imp.
6'3 Fgs.Purse $375.00 Pool close 4.10
ali on Jan. l!i wwe curup
The "History and Techniaacs of
Bull Fighting" will be presented
by A-2c Tom Moore and Pvt. Ga Gary
ry Gary N. Hannes of the Caribbean
Forces Network, at the USO-JWB
Armed Forces Service Center on
Wednesday, January ltlh, at 8:00
p.m. The lecture presentation will
be accompanied by a demonstra demonstration,
tion, demonstration, and a question period on the
techniques of bull fighting will follow.-
Both servicemen became inter interested
ested interested in the art of bull fightihg
while in Mexico, where Pvt.
Hannes resides. Both men have
worked deligently and studied the
art of bull fighting under Fepe
Ruiz of Mexico and Moises Her Hernandez
nandez Hernandez of Colombia, who are pres presently
ently presently on tour in Mexico. Gilta Nil-
lio, a full matador from Madrid,
pam, now in Panama is giving
further insturclions to the a m a-
,leur' lull f tt.tcrsT A-rr-M t or
1 Chic's Ned V. Castillo 124 Knocking at door
2 Paques A. Gonzales lOOx Distance suits style
3 Cadrlno J. G6ngora 115 Ran well in last
4 Copar J. Phillips 110 Lacks finishing kick
5 Flrenze E. Dario 100 Not good enough
6 A. Fulmar S. Carvajal 105x Could make it now
7 Double In B. Baeza lOOx Poor recent races
8 Maruja R. Gamero 100 Excellent effort last
9 S. Windsor A. Credidlo 97x Unusual speed in last
10 Cascador R. Gomez 115 Failure thus far.
9th. Race "G" Imp.
7 Fgs. Purse $1$50.00 Pool close
1 M. Maker B. Aguirre 115 Looked good in win 3-1
2 Florera F. Godoy 112x Early speed to spare 10-1
3 Greco G. Sanchez 110 Aiming for payoff 8-1
4 L. Brook A. Gonzale? 105x A race or two more 5-1
5 Y. Prince A. Vasquez 113 Strong finish last 3-1
6 Gay Spot V. Castillo 115 Racing to top form 3-1
7 Grey Juan A. Mena 113 Surprised in last 2-1
8 Fontainebleu H. Ruiz iua Must improve 3-1
10th. Race "B" Imp. 7 Fgs. Purse $750.00 Pool close 5.40
1 Alormina A. Vasquez il3 Hard to catch here 3-2
2 Bradomin R. Gamero 103 Not off last effort 10-1
3 Quematodos J. Jimenez 107X Will fight it out 2-1
4 Pappa Flynn A. Ycaza 124 Has beaten better 2-1
9 Spur Cola vs Gibraltar Life
10 Seymour Agency vs Elks 1414
11 Police vs Lincoln Life
12 Gibraltar Life vs Elks 1414
13 Spur Cola vs S. Agency
16 Police vs Gibraltar Life
17 S. Agency vs Lincoln Life
18 Spur Cola vs Elks 1414
19 Seymour Agency vs Police
20 L. Life vs Gibraltar Life
23 JLlncoln Life vs Spur Cola
24 Elks 1414 vs Police
25 G. Life vs Seymour Aeencv
26 police vs Spur Cola
27 Elks 1414 vs Lincoln Life
30 Police vs Seymour Agency
31 Gibraltar Life vs Spur Cola
1 LlncQln Life vs Elks 1414
2 Spur Cola vs Police
3 S. Agency vs Gibraltar Life
6 Police vs Elks 1414
7 G. Life vs Lincoln Life
8 S. Agency vs Spur Cola
9 Elks 1414 vs Gibraltar Life
10 Lincoln Fire vs Police 1
13 Elks 1414 vs Sour Cola
14 L. Life vs Seymour Agency
15 Gibraltar Life vs Police
16 Sour Cola vs Lincoln Life
17 Elks 1414 vs S. Agency
Postponed eames scheduled:
(a) Next Saturday in order of
(b) Double-header on Satur Saturday
day Saturday if necessary and does not
involve one team two games.
Juan Franco Tips
Spring Hill 102, Clemson 91.'
Memphis State 79. Miami 71.
Temple 8l, Lehigh 48.
Canisius 71, Fordham 63.
St. Michaels (Vt) 81. Vermont
Holy Cross 85, Connecticut 68.
St. Johns (Bkn) 86. Rhode Is
Syracuse 85, Cornell 67.
Delaware 84, Rutgers 73.
St. Bonaventure 80, Lemoyne
(NY) 70. :
Upsala 88, Brooklyn Poly 80.
Geneva 111, St. Francis (Pa.)
Salem (WVa) 114, Beckley 89.
St.' Josephs (Pa.) 69, Lasallee 56.
Midwestern (Tex) 95, Iona 82.
N. Haven Tchrs 97. Danbury
ViUanova 70, West Chester 62.
Westminster (Pa) 76, Juniata 54.
Marshall 99, Miami (Ohio) 93.
Lafayette 70, Moravian 67.
Morris Harvey 99, W e s t Va.
Yeshiva 61, Queens (NY) 49.
Glenville (WVa) 90, West Va.
Haverford 100, Nati (Pa) Aggies
Kings (Pa) 92, Kings Point 78.
Columbia at Pitt, ppd.
Muhlenberg at Frank. Marsh,
Wake Forest 84, irnne 7i.
Maryland 76, South Carolina 57.
Seton Hell 69, Baltimore Loyola
Belmont Abbey 84, Richmond
82, v v. i-:.
N. Orlenas Xavier 84, Dillard 45.
Elon 81, Pfieffer (NO 76.
Roanoke 52, Lynchburg 42.
N. Orleans Loyola 60, Miss
Arkansas State 78, Mississippi
Austin Peay 79, Bethel (Tennj
Louisville 112, Morehead (Ky)
Memphis Christian 78, Florence
Parris 'Island 111, Catawba 92.
Bellarmlne (Ky) 70, Berea 57.
Kansas 65, Oklahoma A & M 62.
Notre Dame 83, Butler 69. (
Oklahoma City 58, Tulsa 50.
Kansas State 67, ol. of Pacific
Marquette 74, Univ. of Paris
Western Michigan 82 Cowling
r.i- h . ;
f Wayne Mich, 88, Michigan Nor-i
Ohio Northern 86, G iff in 66.
Denison 110, Case 89.
Steubenville 83, YoungstowivfO.
Hope 71, Alma (Mich) 69,
; Cornell (la) 80, Coe 60.
Earlham 90, Manchester 71.
Beloit 71, Gustavus Adolphus 60.
Washburn 77, St. Benedicts
St. Johns IMinn) 85, Augsburg
Augustana (SD) 70, South Dako Dakota
ta Dakota 59.
Kirksville (Mo) 100, Quincy 84,
- Valparaiso 79, Ball State 67.
College of Emporia 67,' Bethany
38.- ; r
Albion 75, Tri-State (Ind) 74.
McKendree (111) 107, Scott AFB
Southern Methodist 87, Rice 66.
Texas Christian 73, Texas 67.
Texas A & M 90, Baylor 70.
West Texas 72, Texas Tech 71.
Philander. Smith 74, ugaloo
Utah 71, Montana 56. V
Gonzaga 78, Seattle 63.
Ricks 73, Eastern Montana 62.
Westminster (Utah) 66, Rocky
M in 65.
Seymour Agency Insurancemen Tahiti Jewelry .,..40
smash Stempei Insurancemen C. Insurance ......36
in Major League Bowling S. Hill, Golf Club ,.35
M.R. Stempei Son 31
The Seymour Agency bowling H. I. Homa Co. ...31
team howled a creaitame se ruerza y wiz
first game Tuesday night at the
Diaoio Heights bowling ia""
but dropped the game oy over
100 pins as the Max R. Stempei
& Son team, led by amy Wi Wiley's
ley's Wiley's whopping 22j, scored a
1.033 total as all except Boyer
scored 200 or over. The Seymour
Agency team won the second
game, however, 1 and the Stem-
peleers beat themselves m tne
final e&me. as thev had 10 miss
es .to hand the Seymour Agency
two games, and piniau ay i
pins: This permitted the Sey Seymour
mour Seymour team to maintain its
three-point lead in the Maicr
Colbert led tne Seymour team
,itK R87 fniinuipH hv Ropers
with 556 and Hammer, with 5o3.
Coffey led the Stempei team,
with aames nf 253. 191 and 209
for a whopping 655,-hlgn series
for the night, followed oy wu wu-ber
ber wu-ber with 555.
The Tahiti Jewelers stayed on
the Seymour Agency tram by
taking three points from the
Summit Hills Golf Club, win
ning the first and final games
oni ninfalL Larrabee led lor
Tahiti wtt.h RS9 followed by El
lenberger with 558. For Summit;
substitute Maykiewiczs led with
582 followed oy dacooer wim
The Fuerza y Luz, scrambling
fh linenn. smashed Colonial
Insurance Agency for -jthree
points, taking the first and final
nnn ninfall. Thomas led
for the Ready Kilowatts with 555
... . r T iiftamhirarlr
raiiowea dv iuw.y uu.vi..v.p.
,tth us nrf Allen led the in
surancemen with 568, Including
a 225 game, louoweo oy ocuum-
er with 545. .
In the final match, Hi I.
Dimi tueseeten scored a four
point victory over the last-place
1 m,ita Tjvons broke
for 601 with games of 200 182
and 219, followed y
with a fine 588 and Balcer with
nind. Frank Granata
scored a 569 to lead his team.
The scores of the matches:
nf- n. Stemnel s non
Feger ..201 148
Wlnquist ....zu iiq
1033 861 831 2725
928 909 890 2727
it. I. noma
Lvons 200 182 219
Nelson' ...... zin i
Lowande ....176 164 135
Almeda 181 21 191
Balcer ......202 162 2Q0
85S 949 2768
Agenda Glud ,-....17
, The 10 high average howlers
Name Games Averare
Coffey ........... 48
Balcer ............ 48
Jacober ......... 45
Schirmer ........ "48
Colbert .......... 48
Konrad ........... 12
Kunkel ......... 45
Hammer ....... 42
Zeletes ........V. 45
The Margarita Bowling League
moved into the second half
Tuesday night with the Elks.
Police, and Post Office holding
a tie for first place. Hogan was
his usual self : tnis week taking
Cla-i A honors with a 571. Mit Mitchell
chell Mitchell In Class B was hUh 'with
nice 533 and Ed sr took Class
C honors with 497. '
Post Office ....,....- S
Wright Bros. 2
Powells ........... .....2
Butler & Sons ...... ...1
Navy .... ...... 1
Judze .......111 129 138 378
DeVoll .......126 151, 146 423
Gibson ......146 130 177 45S
Browh .......154 158 178 481
Hogan .......166 189 218 571
703 757 853 2313
Butler ft Sons
Tottoricl ...183 141 118 442
Brooks ......127 115 130 372
Stroop ......140 127 181 454
Sander ...... 150 150
Conover .....119 188 149 434
Wlkingstad 181 157., 838
' 719 730 741 2190
'2 4 ,4 10
M ) '', ,, :-f- 721 734 745. 2209
Hicks ........138 179 148 454
Bute ,..... .158 154 160 470
Reccla 138 145 208 491
Sanker ......124 150 173-447
Mitchell 135 21 183 533
835 871 2395
2 2 6
691 837 173 2401
Watson ...... 155
Wright, 3. ...163
775 781 851 2417
794 813 810 2417
Trying To Purchase
LOUISVILLE. Ky.. Jan. 6 (UP)
Edward F. Wheeler of Havana,
Cuba, was slated to confer with
eenerai manager Joe Crontn of
the Boston Red Sox today In
hopes of purchasing the Louis Louisville
ville Louisville baseball franchise.
A report by a local citizens
stock purchasing ; committee
stated yesterday that it recom recommended
mended recommended the club be sold by the
Red Sox to the new group.
Wheeler.Nvho is superintend superintendent
ent superintendent of Western Union operations
in Cuba, has agreed to keep the
club in Louisville and operate
it with the same executive per personnel
sonnel personnel Including president Fred
unmm ana manager Red Ma
Fuem y tu
Luttenebrs-er 1 "J"
Pilachowskl j.167 152
Stephens ....154 1
Thomas ....12 215
Welch 178 147
827 846 923 2596
Colonial Insurance- 4
Schlrmer ....158 207 180
Burgls 156,158 -49
Allen ...153 225 190
Zeletes 184 168 171
nlolKhman 1S2 159 157
803 917 847 2567
and Pvt. llaanrs.
With the popular bull fighting
season a crrat altraction, this
kefs are avaiianie trom an ai ai-p
p ai-p members nf ladies day. All
fames will le in play. There
! indivklUrtl table sn(1 prosram should he of speicat mter-
r..-.7fj(. An.M.iie interested jest to fn!hu?iats of the snort,
! f"'t tirk!ta a 1 1 1 A ton;;.-! invitation is extended
, : to ail to ii:n.l.
11th. Race "H" Nat. 7 Fgs. Purse 1275.00 Pool clos
1 Miss Marta A. Reyes R. 107x Wide open event 10-1
2 Lady Dancer K. Flores 118 Form, indicates even
3 Plropo J. Gongora ins --Could make it now 3 1
4 Fnrinueta B. B?e?a 103x Distance to liking 21
Sf-Clrcna A. Conzdlfs 93x Has strong finish too 2-1
By LUIS ROMER
1 Ocean Star D. Beatrix (e)
2 Sally Spruce Don Goyo
3 Tilin Tilin Que Llndo
.4 Mufieco Chofy
5 Tins at Itietto' ""
6 Persiflate PutUist
7 Embassy Kin?
8 fadrino Maruja
9 C.rey Juan Mnnff Maker
10 r3ppa Flynn Alormina
11 Laay Dancer I nri ;ue(i
Summit Hills Golf Club
Jamison ....155 165 204 524
Anriertnn .146 170 172 488
Mavkiewiczs .170 223 189 5R2
Bowen ......167 139 ,148 454
Jacober .....183 184 190 557
Larrabee : ...162
The present standing
teams after 16 weeks:
Team W L
Seymour Agency ...43 21
832 811 836 2479
Aces 1 J
Halllday .....158 120 169 447
Dunn ........190 189 .156 335
Stone ........150 164 179 493
Stllson 158 153
Splnnel 135 159,-171ftw
McKeown .... 188 151 837
791 818 826 243S
j g. g v jg
793 826 834 2453
Turner ......148 154 171 471
Holder ......134 170 133 437
Juskowski ...161 181 133 475
Habertheer ... .125 147 272
Hoppe .......144 170- 163 477
Van Pelt 141' 141
792 764 774 2333
If you want Qourbon at its best coll for
"GREEN RIVER," America's smoothest
, . i
DEVARE OF .'..'TJD.VS
FRIDAY, JANUARY 6, 1938
TTT2 fA-VAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NTWSPArE
r eai'u res
i i H H I i r
11 i id
1 -r i
r cii ic
Golfdom s Top Players
To Demonstrate Shots
The 1936 Panama Open golf tournament at the
Panama Golf Club will get under way next ednes ednes-da
da ednes-da v afternoon at 4 :30 when Jimmie Thomson stages
a golf clinic featuring the professionals who will be
here to cor.tpete for the 7,500 in prize money,
Sam Snead, Roberto ee VI VI-cenzo,
cenzo, VI-cenzo, George Bayer, Lloyd Wat Wat-kins,
kins, Wat-kins, Bob Toskl, Art Wall, An Antonio
tonio Antonio Cerda, Chick Harbert, LD
Furgol, Arnold Palmer, Douglas
Ford, .Charley Harper, Sidp
4iBvanriir Henrv Castillo, Her-
man Rirr'on. Lew Worshsm,
Ralph- Hutchinson and other
pros demonstrate their lan-.ous
The clinic will be ombma ombma-tinn
tinn ombma-tinn nif lesson and comedy.
The bis boys will actually go
through their paces with Thom Thomson
son Thomson describing what they are do do-i
i do-i .,,h.t t uatch for ana, in
lilt, wiion " 1 1
,1 ,h3t. the eame Is all
about. In addition. Thomson wul
make some of ni3
B.J:(Jn tn the clinic will
be $1. All-events ucsew
include the clinic. The proceeds
will be used to helped .defray
the high cost of Importing name
pros for the Open.
' Following' the. clinic, the Na National
tional National Distillery will offer free
cocktails in the clubhouse Dur During
ing During the cocktail party the( Cal Calcutta
cutta Calcutta and tripleta pools will &s
Most of the pros wiir be ar arriving
riving arriving Monday night. One group
wUf be coming from CaUfornia
while the second .group, win
make the flight to Panama from
Miami.' ,: V":.j :,:
'Afier practice rounds at Pan-
n;Hav and Wednesday,
.fnrlnav bovs will set
out in, earnest Thursday ,tter ,tter-noon
noon ,tter-noon at 12:30 seeking the $2,000
not of gold awaiting the winner
at the end of the 72 holes.
There should be many cTama cTama-i
i cTama-i mnmpnts during; the tourna-
menC and one or ; Oie largest
'uVtr, in the history of golf
in Latin America Is expected to
wL r, hand at the Panama
"... tn motch the tournament.
will be divided in
CI ii-ft two Winds so that
iwmi nielsers" bs Snead
de Vicenzo, Turgol, Ford and
im.r will be in different
w nlnverS will be UaireO
' heir scores. The
hTrd'lnX fifth low scof
t" "Vn r,iav tneether. Anotner
theresome will be composed ori
the, second, iourm "u
scorers, ana so o-
Smokers, Spurs Tomonovr,
The Fastlich Teanage League
launches its 195S campaign tomor-
Admission fll be S1.5U iorpartc on Gaillard Highway with
Thursday ana "a.ay- ,,ilast champion Conejos
will De uppea w. iw oowwj meeting the runner up Ocelots,
and Sunday. ,, The Ocelots will be out to avenge
However mere is an ail-e vents. their 1955 ioss. the Conejos want
ticket avaiiaoie ior ws iu' to stay in the win column-.
ati?ickets are on sale at all golf
cluos. post exenange ana banks
in Panama ana ins i-ui
There is a special ticket foi :
servlcemen-S3 :or ine rour rour-day
day rour-day tournament not including
tne gcit clinic. Servicemen'
tickets also are on sale at the
post exchanges. Clinic tickets
will be sold at the entrance of
the Panama Golf Club Wednes Wednesday.
Ruling To Pro loop
ti,. Rainbow City Major Soft
ball League yesterday rent a
"fnrmai rtrntest" to. the presi
dent of the Panama Frote&sion
.i.inn hnrieri down by official
scorer Leo Eberenz in the Jan
emu. r.n a-i;nesienie:u kii".,
varmrtt nslv r.redit tO ROSS
nrimciv who came on in re
lief in tne louna m" ".. v
cmnirers' fi-to-5 win over
Orimsley came In wltlr the
..r- a tn i in rel et of staler
iiViiir Rumptte. He left the
game in the seventh inning with
the score 6 to 5 with the bases
In a letter signed by all the
.f th Rainbow City
League, the president Joscelyn
Evering; argued that accordin3
to the rules Humberto Rooin Rooin-son.
son. Rooin-son. who relieved Grimsley and
came out of jthe inning without
allowing any of the three i men
left on base to score, should be
credited with the win
The letter accused Eberenz or
.Brintr tn 'established of-
ficial basehall tules"- and of
showing "complete ignorance or
very poor Judgement."
The letter expressed the hop hoped
ed hoped that the president of the pro
league would revose tucu
The League's sponsor, Adalbert
Fastlich, wants to make this the
best Teenage season ever. To this
end he is providing an award of
valuable engraved Movado tro trophy
phy trophy to the year'i leader in each
of three departments, namely. 1)
the best pitching record, (2) the
highest batting average, and (3)
the most runs batted in.
This incentive is certain to stim
ulate keen competition among the
boys and to make for the best
season thus far in Fastlich League
13lh Hour (adeau)
Bernard, ss-2b ...6 1
Parrls. 2b-3b .....6
Stewart, cf .......6
E. osorio. lb .....8
schell, if .........6
Queen, c .........3
Tumlnelli, 3b ....3
Houradeau, ss ,v. .2
Prcscott, rf ...,.,.5
Elston, p ,.2
Robinson, p ..,.,,2
OLE! JAIME BOLASOS, who will co-star with PEPE LUIS VASQUEZ Sunday in the opening
of the 1956 bullfight season at La Macarcna bullring in San Francisco de la Caleta, is shown
executing one of the most difficult passes of the ancient sport during a recent performance in
his native Mexico. Ten pure-bred Mexican fighting bulls are on hand for Sunday's gala season
inaugural. There will be no picadors (horseback riders. who prod the bulls to infuriaw them.;
Totals ....48 5 12 39 10
Roberts struckout for Elston
- Mitchell ran for Tumlnelli in
Glenn, cf ....
Grenald, If .,,....6
Kellman, c .......5
P. Osorio, rf ......5
Tugerson; p 2
Ar. B'thwaite ,'. 1
Trice, p ..........3
LIFE IN THE '400'
WiTH ALL THB
A YEAR-AND ONE
OP THEM ZI-VAff-0lD
( t COME
1 Ej-iO n 1
V-" ... A
A UCQ$S RACB
UP UNTIL FISB
. XEAQ AGO
BUT R1OB6 WITH
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Houradeaus 2-Run Double,
Bernards Home Run Spark
Chesterfield To 5-3 Wn
By J. J. HARRISON JR.
The game between the Carta Vieja Yankees and and-thc
thc and-thc Spur Cola Sodamen scheduled for Mount Hope -Park
tonight has been postponed because of the poor
condition of the playing field, Pro League officials
announced this morning.
The next game is set for the Olympic Stadium
tomorrow night when Chesterfield will play the So- :
Totals 51 3 13 39 14
Ar. Brathwaite struckout for
Tugerson in 6th.
Clarke struckout for P. Osorio
Score by Innings
C'field 000 002 001 000 2-5 12 0
S. C. 100 200 000 000 0-3 13 2
Summary: RBI's: Lopez, Gre Gre-nald,
nald, Gre-nald, P. Osorio, Bernard 2, Pres Pres-cott,
cott, Pres-cott, Houradeau 2. Earned runs:
Chesterfield 5, Spar Cola 2. Lei t
on bases: Chestertield 9, Spur
Cola 12. Home runs: Bernard.
Three base lilts: Mooret Gre Grenald.
nald. Grenald. Two base hits: Lopez (2),
E. Osorio 2), Houradeau. Sacri Sacrifice
fice Sacrifice hits.' Queen. -Wild pitches:
Rooinson. btruckout by: Alston
d, Robinson 9. By; Tugerson ?
irlce 3. Bases on balls off: Els Elston
ton Elston 2, Robinson 1. Oft: Trice 4
ditchers' record : Tugerson 2
runs, 4 hits in 6 innings; Elston
i runs, 8 hits in 7 innings. Er-i
rors: Spur Coia" 2, (Lopez Los Losing
ing Losing pitcher: Trice (5-2). Win Winning
ning Winning pitcher: Robinson (2-4),
Doubleplays: Glenn, Kellman.
Umpires: Thornton, C o p p 1 n
Hinds. Time of game: 3:40.-
, ; J ,, ,,-,. .... j,y v
Last night at the Olympic Sta Stadium,
dium, Stadium, Engenio Houradeau, a for
mer bodaman playing ior tne
first time im a Chesterfield uni uniform,
form, uniform, rattled a double off the
left field fence in the top of the
13(a inning to bring home two
runneri and five the Smokers
a 5 to 3 win over Spur Cola.
It was the Smokers' ... e c o n d
straight win over the loop leaders.
The loss placed them five games
ahead of second place Chester
Humberto Robinson, who took
over in the eighth after starter
Don Elston was luted for a pinch
hitter, got credit for his second
triumph against iour setbacks.
Humberto pitched scoreless ball
in giving up five hits during his
seven-inning stint. He struckout
Losing pitcher Bob Trice,
who came to the mound to re relieve
lieve relieve Jim Tugerson in the sev seventh
enth seventh with Spur Cola ahead 3 to
2, dropped his second verdict as
compared to five victories.
He walked Bobby Prescott with
the bases loaded in the ninth" t
force in the tying rim, and was
still on the hill when Houradeau'?
The losers tallied once in the
first on John Glenn's leadoff bunt
single, Herman Charles' single to
right which moved (rlenn to third
and Hector Lopez' force of Charles
They got their final two mark markers
ers markers in the fourth on Clarence
Moore's triple to left, Reinsldo
Grenald's three-bagger to right
and Pepe Osorio's single' to cen-
ft Line a
i"3rt t f i-pT-vt
AWARDS WORTH $1000 were presented to the winners of the annual Tasco Battery Handicap
Golf Tournament, conducted from November 11. to December 12 on the Fort Amador links.
Goodyear Co. and Auto Service Co., Inc., of Panama City sponsored the tourney and donated
the awards, which included auto goods and aivfoam mattresses. Shown here is sponsor repre representative
sentative representative Angus Metheney (right) congratulating Major Ben Sewell, chairman of the tourna tournament
ment tournament committee. In the back row, from left to right, are Chaplain (Col.) H. F. Donovan, Mr.
Frank Malavasic, Col. D. Shive, Comm. C. McCarthy, Dr. Herb Mitten, Jr., Mr. W Hardle, Mr.
H. Perantle and Lt. Joe Williams. In the center are Mr. Vennie Lambrola and Sfc. Bill Nichols,
partially hidden behind Mr. Metheney. Dr. Mitten was the winner of the low handicap group
and Lt. Williams of the high handicap group.
. s (U.S. Army photo)
JC Tops American Legion 7-4
Behind Mantovani's 3-Hitter
en To Heel
Vaferman Feb. 7
LONDON, Jan. 6 (UP) For
mer world welterweight chpm chpm-pion
pion chpm-pion Kid Gavilan of Cuba will
meet Britain's undefeated Peter
Waterman at Harringway Are Arena,
na, Arena, London, February. Seventh,
promoter Jack Solomons 1 an announced
nounced announced today.
The match has been made at
149 pounds over the ten rounds
course. .' "i :
Solomons said that Gavilan
wanted the bout at a higher
poundage but Waterman's han handlers
dlers handlers would not go higher. Con Consequently,
sequently, Consequently, Solomons moaned.
Gavilan will receive- a higher
purse than was originally offer offered.
ed. offered. The amount was not reveal revealed.'1
Gavilan is scheduled to fly
from Havana to New York in
the next few dajjs and continue
by sea t'o arrive; in Britain Jan-
nuary 24. He will conclude his
training in public in London.
PACIFIC TWILIGHT LEAGUE
Lucky Strike .1
American Legion ........ 1
Junior College 1
High School ... v.......;.0
' : Thursday's Result
Junior College 7, A. Legion
Sunday's Garde :
Balboa Stadium 2:00 .p.m.
" A. Legion vs' Lucky Strike
Behind the tight pitching of
Lambert Mantovani the Junior
College handed the American
Legion at 7 to 4 setback. Thurs Thursday's
day's Thursday's night at the Balboa Stadium.
alonjj with an error by Jim Mc Mc-Keown1
Keown1 Mc-Keown1 accounted for the Le-
Igions two runs. College came
L right back in the second and
0. tied it up on two walks and in in-l!gles
l!gles in-l!gles by Hopiack and Bill Mc Mc-l'Keown,
l'Keown, Mc-l'Keown, )
miles went ahead to stay
with a run in the third and
added two more in the fourth
and fifth with only two base
hits as the Legionnaires played
lnnse hall in the field, inter
mittent showers durln? the
game was responsible for most
of the errors made by the' two
teams with Legion having 4 and
the College being guilty of er er-rrors.
In the fifth the Sodamen threat threatened
ened threatened to score again. With Elstoa.
still pitching Charles walked to-
open the frame. Lopez' single to -right
sent Charles to third. Gerry
Thorne. walked to fill the sacks
with none out. i
Moore forced Charles, shortston.
to catcher. Queen's throw to first '"
was too late to compete the dou-
ble-play, and the bases remained"
Elston then bore down to fan
Grenald and made Leon Kell-H
man roll out second to first, to
retire the side. .u .-
In the next stanza. Ihc i i x f h
Prescott fanned. Elston beat' out?
single to third and scored a
head of Manito Bernard what
knocked a Trice offcrins out of
the park for his first round trio-!
per of the season.
Ihe Smokers tied un the tama
in the ninth and it went that way:
unui tne top oi tne I3tn.
Billy Stewart popped up to th
catcher. Elias Osorio cot his
fourth straight hit a double of$
Trice. Danny Schell was retire
pitcher to first for the second outj
Queen was walked purposely
to pitch to Houradeau, who Is a
notorious "good-field-no h i t 'y
player. But Houradeau, who had
struckout in his other appear-
a nee at the plate, came through
with his double and the Smok
era took the lead for the first
time during the thriller.
" Robinson got Grenald on strikes strikes-in
in strikes-in the bottom of the frame, their
gave up a single to Kellman. Bu(
Robny then tightened up to strike
out Pepe Osorio and Trice to end
Mantovani settled down aftef.
the' first inning and retired the
Moody coupled with two errors
by the Colieelans. Lecion added
one more in the seventh with-1
out oenent oi a basehit on a
walk to Dougherty and an in infield
field infield error with Dougherty .com .coming
ing .coming all the way around from
second to score. I
Dave Russell started on the!
mound for .Legion with Jerry j
Johnson coming on to relieve in1
the third and finishing up. I
Johnson exhibiting a good fast!
ball retired 5 batters so on
strikes and would have fared
much better with some support
from his teammates. Mantovani I
gave up only 3 basehits, all sin singles,
gles, singles, striking out 8 and walking!
4 in racking; up his first win
after suffering' his first defeat
on opening day. I
-Bin McKeown was the only
Lovers of the colorful sport of the cape and sword are all
excited over the coming bullfight season which gets underway
at the La Macarena plaza in San Francisco Sunday.
To get the season off to a grand start, the new .promoters,
headed by Alberto F. Kety, has contracted the services of tw"
classy matadors Jaime Bolanos and Pepe Luis Vasquez. c''
Admittance prices have been reduced. Twelve brave bulls
have arrived which will be seen In the first "corridas," and an-"1
other lot is expected from Mexico soon. n
Ah exciting afternoon is in store for local "aficionados" who
come out to see Vasquez and Bolanos display their knowledge;'.'
agility and courage.
Tickets should he reserved early to avoid the rush. They
are. on sale at the Iberia Restaurant, Hotel Central, Concordia,
Pharmacy, Agendas Tivoll and La Macarena hoxoffice.
NOTE: No picadors will be Used at the bullfights.
The Legionnaires" started off i next twelve batters aided byj batter to get more than 1 hit
three doume piays dui r" i"-" couecung a. oouoie ana a single
with two runs in the bottom of
the first inning on a walk, to
Cucalon, a single by Norton, a
stolen base and a passed ball
trouble in the sixth when the
Legion pushed across two runs
on singles by Dougherty and
PANAMA PRO LEAGUE
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.Chaptrrs 4 ?nd .5
"Down Rio Grande Way"
Spur Teams-Spur Cola.
LAST NIGnT'S RESULT (Olympic Stadium)
Chesterfield 5, Spur Cola 3 (13 innings)
TONIGHT'S GAME (Mount Hope Park)
Carta Vieja vs. Spur Cola (Postponed, wet grounds)
JQMQRPvQW NIGHTS GAME (Olympic Stadium)
Chesterfield vs. Spur Cola
Game Time: 7:30
In 4 trips to. the plate.
"r AB R
Hoptak, if, cf ....l 1
W. McKeown, c, ss 4
Mantovani, p ....4
Giavelli, ss, 'p .,..3
Sllvistre, : lb .....2
Wood, lb ......... 1
J. McKeown. 2b .v3
Yanes, c, if
27 7 6 21 10
Cucalon, 2b .,...-.1
Dougherty, 2b ...2
Norton, ss 2
Long, ss 2
McGlade, 3b ......2
Cuccia, 3b .......0
Pechette, cf ...... 2
Moody, lb ........3
Bass, If ..........2
Cortez, If .1
Hale, rf ,...3
Hartman, lb ..,.2
R. Johnson, c ... .0
Russell, p ....... 1
J. Johnson, p 2
Score- bv Inninss ..
J. Collpe ...021 220 07
A. Legion ...200 002 14
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- WASHINGTON, Jan, 6 (UP)
The House Armed Services Com Committee
mittee Committee today ordered searching
; investigation to find out if Russia
is ahead of the United States in
;the race to develop city-smashing
' The inquiry was requested by
Fep. William C. Bray R.-Ind, a
. committee member, who accused
military leaders of making a "fet "fet-ish't
ish't "fet-ish't of secrecy. He said ths tax tax-paver
paver tax-paver is footing the defense bill
and should know at least as much
as the Russians.
The committee also will check
on how. Gen. Curtis E. LeMay's
"massive retaliation" bombing
force stacks up against Red H H-bomber
bomber H-bomber fleets, and how atom wea weapons
pons weapons may have "revolutioni x t d"
warfare. ", ",.
President Eisenhower, in his
State of the Union message to
Congress today, said "the develop development
ment development of lwig-range missiles has
been on an accelerated basis for
."aorne time." He said the "latest
i scientific developments" are being
'incorporated into U.S. military
'. p!ans. ' .'
riray proposed rue uimuuj
n that defense officials be sum'
Jmoncd to "brief" vthe group on
'progress in missiles.
! Chairman Carl Vinson (D-Ga.)
! promptly approved the inquiry. He
'said the committee will seek to de determine
termine determine whether "any other coun-
.'. I I ... i- micella!
J Bray told a reporter later he will
?nr... harrt" tn make miblic as
fmuch as possible about the U.S.-
; Russian missiles race, mciuuin
the intercontinental ballistics mis-
5 The ocean-spanning IBM is fired
hike a shell and would be armed
... i i ...k.e4 Thara 1
;wun nyaroKcu vaiucou.
no known defense against the wea weapon
pon weapon which would come crash i n g
down on enemy cities at speeds of
-more than 12.000 miles an hour.
'Since this is faster than the speed
lof sound, it could not be heard
before it struck.
Boys 8, Girls 8
' Sixteen births were reported
at Coco Solo Hospital for the
week which ended at midnight
Jan. 4. During this period, 89
patients were admitted to the
hospital and 64 discharged.
Babies were born to tin fol following
lowing following parents of United States
AD-1 and Mrs. Paul Burow, of
Coco Sollto, daughter; Sfc and
Mrs. Edgar Applegate, of Fort
Gulick; daughter; AO-3 andft" to me that another Formosa
Mrs. William Hand, of Coco So
lito. son; Sfc and Mrs. Clyde
Xayfield, of Fort Gulick, aon;
AO-3 and Mrs. Thomas Klefer,
of Coco Solito, daughter; AM-2
and Mrs. Forrest Graves, of Co Coco
co Coco Sollto, son: Sgt. and Mrs.
Eugene Gramling, of Gulick
Heights, daughter; BM-2 and
, Mrs. Charles Conly, of Coco
Solito, daughter; Mr. and Mrs.
George R. Smith, of Gatun, son;
CD-2 and Mrs. Charles Ken Kennedy,
nedy, Kennedy, of Coco Sollto, son and
AL-2 and Mrs. David Cook, of
Coco Solito. son.
Babies were born to the fol
lowing Panamanian parents:
Mr. and Mrs. Hector DeSouza
fo Rainbow City, son; Mr. and
Mrs. Stanley Waterman of Co
lon, daughter; Mr., and Mrs. An-
f nreon. Of New Pr'stnhal
eon; Mr. and Mrs. Felix Rod Rod-i
i Rod-i .oi Rainbow City, daughter;
and Mr. and Mrs. Isidro Prfs Prfs-tan,
tan, Prfs-tan, of Colon, daughter.
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On Form Message To Congress
KEY WEST, Fla., Jan. 6 (UP)jer Americans get," the President
President .Eisenhower confers
today with agriculture Secretary
Ezra T. Benson on the farm pro
gram Congress will receive Mon
Benson flew here last n i 2 h t
from Washington and was ached-
tiled' to meet with the President
in the chief executive's office on
the Key West naval base.
Also on hand for the farm talks
were Undersecretary of Agncur Agncur-ture
ture Agncur-ture True Morse? Gabriel Hauge,
the President's economic advisor,
and -presidential aide Fred Seaton.
The President said in his State
of the Union message to Con Congress
gress Congress yesterday the basis of the
administration's farm program
will be a new attack on the sur surplus
plus surplus problem.
"I shall use authorization of a
soil bank program to alleyiate the
problem of diverted acres and an
overexpanded agriculture plant,"
The President said.
Under this part of the pro program
gram program the government would pay
farmers to divert land from
crops to a "conservation re-'
Mr. Eisenhower also said he will
urge ".measures to strengthen our
surplus disposal activities," and
to bolster individual commodity
programs, remove controls where
possioie; ana stop luriner accumu accumulations
lations accumulations of surpluses.
He called for more funds for
expanded research to develop new
crops, new uses and new f a r m
"Our objective must be to help
bring production into balance with
existing and new markets, at pric prices
es prices that yield farmers a return for
their work in line with what oth-
Hot In Offing -Arthur
TAIPEI, Formosa, Jan. 6 (UP)
Adm.. Arthur W. Radford, chair
man of the U.S. Joint Chiefs of
Staff, said today "It does not ap-
crisis is in the offing."
Radford, who has confe r r e d
here with Generalissimo Chiang
Kai-shek, predicted a "continua
tion of the cold war interspersed
with a little action.
"I'm certain they'll find the is
lands of Quemoy and Matsu well
defended and hard to attack," he
said. "They realize that every day
the islands are getting stronger.
"It would be a tough ficht and
I don't think they ire looking for
a touch fieht."
' Radford said the Commun lata
were "too unpredictable" for an
accurate forecast in the Formosa
Asked about Communist air su superiority
periority superiority he said, "We have the
capability 6f v moving our forces
out here. We would never attempt
to match them plane for plane
out. here."'.- ;-'';' w.. .': v-
He said there was nothing sig significantly
nificantly significantly new in the U.S. aid
program for Nationalist China but
that more warplanes are schedul scheduled
ed scheduled for Formosa."
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PANAMA, R. P, FRIDAY, JANUARY S, 1956
ivir. Eisenhower 'summarized the
State of the Union message Delore
newsreel and television cameras,
then devoted the rest of the day
He spent last night visiting and
playing bridge with his brother,
Milton, and friends. Visiting the
(President here are George Allen,
ta Gettysburg neighbor of Mr. Li-
senhower: Gen. Alfred M, Gruen-
ther, NATO commander; ,E 11 is
Slater Qf New York, bead of
Frankford Distilleries, and, W i 1 1-liam
liam 1-liam E. Robinson, president of the
Yesterday's message appealed
to the election-mided lawmakers
to put farm problems "above and
beyond politics." Replying to cri critics
tics critics of his flexible price support
system, he said his administration
has "forthrightly attacked" the
problems facing farmers.
To that, Sen. A. S. Mike Mon
$ Million Legs
In Paris, Aged 82
PARIS, Jan. 6 (UP) Mistin Mistin-guett
guett Mistin-guett of the million-dollar legs
died today of' a stroke and pneu
monia, her last curtain the flap
of an oxygen tent
The reigning queen of the
French music halls since the Gay
'90s was 82, although she and her
friends preferred to ay she was
FN. She looked even younger. i
Mistinguett, christened Jeanne
Marie Bourgeois, suffered a cere cerebral
bral cerebral hemorrhage Christmas Eve
at the home of her brother. Pul-i
monary complications set in.
Her son. Dr. Leopoldo de Lima
et Silva, born of a romance with
a "sweet, gentle Brazilian'' at the
turn of 'the century, was at her
side from the moment she col collapsed
lapsed collapsed unti she died.
Three generations of Frenchmen
mourned her as their "national
property.''1 She was a great beau beauty
ty beauty always, even in old age. In 1947,
when she was 74, she played the
role of a young girl in a s t a g e
At the finale, she appeared in
a skin-tight bathing suit.- Her legs,
once insured for 3 million dollars,
had not changed. French men con considered
sidered considered her theirs. Her love af affairs
fairs affairs were followed avidly by her
One of the greatest was with
Maurice Chevalier. It lasted 10
years. Chevalier, touring the Unit United
ed United States, yesterday sent the dy dying
ing dying beauty this 'telegram from
Las Vegas, Nev.: 'With you with
all my heart and our wonderful
memories. Returning Paris 20th
January. Courage my great la-
Thev dancea ana sang togeuier
Mistinguett did not marry until
1945, 'and then wed Lino Carenzio,
a' song and dance partner since
1927. ...'.:.vi;y .v
She made several r successful
tours in America and was a favor favorite
ite favorite of American troops in Paris
during the two world wars.
PRESIDENT BUS OPEN TICKET Panama's Boiling president," Ricardo (biclvTAriaT
shown receiving the first ticket sold for next week's $7500 Panama Open golf tournament which
will he played at Wi'e Panama Golf Club. The ticket U being handed to Dicky by his brother
Alberto while Dick Dcblinger looks on. Alberto and Dchlinger are members of the Open Com Committee...
mittee... Committee... .
I. -'" ." ' i
country is safe Abraham Lincoln.
roney (D Okla.) commented:
"They have been attacked and
the farmers are falling back in
Congressional Republicans, op op-tails
tails op-tails of his plans for aiding farm farm-revolt
revolt farm-revolt against the GOP next No November,
vember, November, generally cheered ; the
farm section of the President's
Chairman Of Canal
John D. Hollen, chief of the Ex
ecutive Planning Staff, has been
appointed chairman of the Pana
ma Canal's Incentive Award Com
In a circular issued Friday by
Gov. Seybold announcing the mem membership
bership membership of this committee, other
members to serve will be tapt
Frank A. Munroe, JK," Marine di
rector: Col. Hugh A. Arnold. En
gineering andConstruction direct
or; and L. M. Brockman, Person
nel Bureau coordinator. Bro.ck
man will also serve as secretary
of the committee,
The first meeting of the Incen
tive Award Committee in 1956 is
scheduled for Jan 16.
The incentive awards program
has been widely publicized in the
Canal organization during the past
year and plans for this year are
to expand the program and inter
est an even larger number ot em
Members serving on the Incen
tive Awards Committee last year
were H. L. Donovan, Civil Affairs
director, chairman; E. A. Doolan,
Personnel director; Hollen, and
Tells CZ Police
He Jumped Ship
Canal, Zone Police were trying
to determine what a seaman who
claiims he jumped ship here sev
eral months ago has been going
since that time.
Willie N. Roberts, a 38-year-old
Estonian, turned up yesterday at
the Balboa Police Station and re reported
ported reported that he had jumped ship
in the Canal Zone some time ago.
He complained of sevre stomach
pains and was taken to Gorgas
Hospital for obrervation.
Police said today he faces a
charge of vagrancy. They added
that he will be brought back to
Balboa Magistrate's Court when
he is released from the hospital.
Roberts told them he did not
remember the name of the ship
he was on. He lists his residence
as Los Angeles, Cal.
message. Democrats generally
were restrained or even hostile.
The President will spell out de
tails o fhis plans for aiding farm farmers
ers farmers in a special message to Con Congress
gress Congress Monday.
The President said farmers
comprised one of the only two re remaining
maining remaining areas of. the economy
where federal action still is need needed
ed needed greatly. The other, he said, is
economically depressed areas.
"Our farm people are not shar
ing as they should in the general
prosperityi" he said, "They alone
of all major groups nave se en
their incomes decline rather than
rise, They are caught between
two mill-stones rising production
costs and declining prices.
Besides the soil bank plan the
chief executive said he will pro propose
pose propose measures to dispose of pnee-
depressmg farm surpluses, step up
agricultural reasearch and p r o o-mote
mote o-mote new farm markets,.
Although he did not say so, he
indicated he will stand by the con
troversial flexible price support
plan which many Democrats have
blamed for the price-cos squeeze
Of Brazil Addresses
llalional Press Club
WASHINGTON, Jan. 6 (UP)
President elect Juscelino Ku Ku-bitscheki
bitscheki Ku-bitscheki of Brazil appeared on
one of the most popular forums
in the United States today to
explain his country and his
plans for its future to .a world world-receptive
receptive world-receptive audience :
The President-Elect was the
luncheon guest of the National
Press Club of Washington whose
mem bershlo includes corres
pondents of press associations,
newspapers, and radio and tele
vision stations In all parts ox tne
Speaking in English, he ad addressed
dressed addressed the luncheon on the sub
ject, "Brazil and the future."
It was the second major speecn
of the President-Elect since his
arrival in Washington yesterday
afternoon. The first was deliv delivered
ered delivered before the United States
Senate less than an hour alter
Kuhutschek arrived here from
Key West where he had met
Southern Democrats Accuse Eisenhower
Of Offering Appeasement To NAACP
WASHINGTON, Jan. 6 (UP) (UP)-Southern
Southern (UP)-Southern Democrats today accused
President Eisenhower of offering
"appeasement" to the National As Association
sociation Association for the Advancement of
Colored People in his proposal for
creation of a bipartisan civil rights
commission. ; . -.
They were joined by a Northern
Democrat, Rep. Peter W, Rodino
Jr. of New Jersey, who said such
a commission would be "ineffec
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SCRAMBLE Godfather Alberto Arias (top) throws handfulls
of nickels, quarters and dimes into the street (a Panamanian
custom) following the christening of the son of President and
Mrs. Ricardo Arias Wednesday at the Presidencia. (Below) chil children
dren children scramble for the coins thrown out by the "padrino."
tive and just result in more delay.
The President suggested in his
State of the Union message crea creation
tion creation of an investigating body to
look into charges that Negroes are
being deprived of the right to vote
and "subjected to unwarranted e-
conomic pressures,., in some local localities."
ities." localities." ; ,: ? t :
He said that such charges are
"disturbing" and should be "thor
nnphtv pxaminpH" nc snnn as nne
He said he would later-offer to
Congress a program designed to!
"advance the efforts of the covern-Uhe
mentr within the area of federal,
responsibility" to eliminate all typ-;
es of discrimination based on color,
race or religion.
The President Said he was satis
fied .with the "progress" made
toward ending discrimination thus
far and singled out the District of
Columbia where "through volunta voluntary
ry voluntary cooperation of the people, dis discrimination
crimination discrimination and segregation are
there was no mention of the spe
cific charges he referred to nor
to the localities.
However, the NAACP has charg-
AOsr Kr.:c Op:re!;:n
CHICAGO, Jan. 6 (UP) Adlai
Stevenson's youngest son, John
Fell Stevenson, walked out of Pas Pas-savant
savant Pas-savant Hospital yesterday after un undergoing
dergoing undergoing an operation for the re removal
moval removal of his shattered left kneecap.
Young Stevenson, 19, was injur injured
ed injured in a highway crash Dec. 21
while on his way home for the
holidays with three Harvard Univ-
Jeriiity. classmate, Two of lus-com-J
panions were killed in the
near Goshen, Ind
Young Stevenson left the hospi
tai with his leg in a cast and walk
ed with the assistance of a cane,
ed that a "reign of terror" exists
fou Negroes in some parts ot tne
South, particularly in Mississippi.
Pro-segregation groups, such as
the Citizens Councils in Mississip Mississippi,
pi, Mississippi, have subjected Negroes to e e-conomic
conomic e-conomic intimidation, the general
board of the National Council of
Churches has charged.
Georgia's Rep. Jantes C. Davis
J said establishment of a civil rights
commission would indicate, "that
Mr, Eisenhower has undertaken to
appease that radicar organization,
NAAur w l most cenainiy op
nnsp th nlan."
And Louisiana's Kep. tawm
Willis said such a commission
"could hardly be expected to re-1
solve' an issue as controversial as
Rep. Kenneth B. Keating (R (R-N.Y.)
N.Y.) (R-N.Y.) said, however, he hoped
Congress would approve the plan,
which also drew favorable com comment
ment comment ,from .other GOP members
of theJHouse Judiciary Committee.
Will Hsl Tc!:e Jsrtv
.. r atpd F.cvnt: Jan. 6 (UP)!
Egypt and Yugoslavia stood firm
today on their determination to
steer clear of world military
Marshal Tito 01 xugosiavi w t
Premier Gamal Abdel Nasser re-1
affirmed their countries' refusal
to align themselves with either
East or West In a joint corn-)
munique issued yesterday. The
communique was issued at tne
conclusion of Tito's week-long ;
official visit to Eypt. 1
The comirmninno saia wich i
i Dolicv of r.uu-aH.-.r.;:'.cntw
help relax international ilu-
- sions. It said thnt military pacts
- lead to "suicidal" entanglements
LONDON, Jan. 6 (UP)A cholt.
mg oianKei ot smog settled tiuU :
ajuju wuay ana posed
a v.uai quesuon ior cicnusu --
Vvas ii, tney asked, ot tae same
variety -as me kmer-smog- wnich
killed over 4uU0 persons ia Lon.
oon alone during, iu caoking oayi
Experts aereed that todav'.
fog was at itst as uuck as mat
01 tnree years ago.
But tney said uiey had not yet
been a Die to measure wnetner it
contained tne same heavy Der.
ceniage of smoke. A
Tne grim ettects of the 195Z
snug vcie nor Known until it
baa already covered the capi capi-tat
tat capi-tat for several ays. Inen tu(
oeath toil began to mount and
scientists wi ned t n a t iu
smog-content was the highest
ever known. ';i.'"; : '( ;
Ine current smog has been it
eviuence lor omy two bays so far,
U taKes scientists about t h r ee
uays to caicuiate wnemer or not
it is really aangerous. v
But weathermen were taking no
chances. And judging trout th
number ot smog-inaoKed London Londoners
ers Londoners scurrying about tneir business
tbrougtt uie gioom, neither were
Britons as a whole.
iVea tne cops wore white smog
masks a square of gauze cover covering
ing covering nose ami moutn ana toopea o o-ver
ver o-ver the ears.
The City of London police is issued
sued issued masKS to ail patrolmen and
said it could do witn "tnousaaug
more" if the smog holds.
U. S. Asks Indemnity
From Reds For Ptene
Hit Over. Bering Sea
it a ciTTTurnmpj-WT Ton- A TTPi
The -United States is demanding
that Russia pay $7i!5,0U0 lor
destroying a United States Navy
plane last June.
Administration officials said
a diplomatic note billing tht
Russians for approximately that
amount will be delivered to the
Soviet Embassy today.
The Navy Neptune plane, with
11 crewmen aboard, was attack attacked
ed attacked toy Soviet jet fighters June
22 over the Bering Sea between
Alaska and Siberia.
The big plane was forced down
in flames after being fired on
by the Soviets. No American
lives were lost. But seven ot tha
11 Navy 'airmen were injured,
'St. Louis Blues1
Com noser Still
On Critical List
NEW YORK, Jan. 6 (UP) W.
C. Handy, 82-year-old '"father of
the blues," was still on the criti critical
cal critical list at Sydenham Hospital to today
day today but reported to have spent a
restful night and to be in improv
ed condition following i treatment
for an intestinal obstruction.
The hospital today said it has
erred in stating earlier this week
that Handv underwent surgery for
the condition last Saturday. A
spokesman said he had entered
for surgery but had not been oper operated
ated operated on.
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