The Panama American

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

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

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PIRAGUAS PLY THE STREETS of flooded Yavisa, Jn Daricn
province. It was the same in El Real, Molineca, Pinogan and
Moca de Cupe, as the flooding river rose into the town. The
flood was reported receding today, tiut had already succeeded
in fancriling the Isthmian Travelaire Society's scheduled trip
to Jaque tomorrow. (Fred Buseh, Balboa 4394, is the 'map who.
will let the disappointed "tourists know when the trip is on
again.) A Grumman Albatross amphibian of the 2(th Air
Rescue Squadron, Alb'rook, flew over the flooded area yesterday,
and navigator 2nd Lt. M. 3. Fougette took the shot above. At
left, after the survey flight, are Col. Donald Shive, headquarters,
Caribbean Command, William Price of the U.S. embassy, and
Pablo Othon, deputy for Darien province. The flight found no
indications of people or livestock in distress. The flood waters
appeared to have reached only to the floor of most houses.
Captain of the Albatross was Capt. Carlos Fox, whose crew
comprised, in addition to Fougette, 1st Lt. A, L. Huskey as co copilot,
pilot, copilot, SSgt. M. B. Harvey as engineer, and Airman 2c L. D..
. Walker as radio operator.
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Mcnagasques Want

Their Prince In Monte Carlo

MONTE CARLO, Monaco, Jan
7 (UP) The people of Monaco
demanded today that the mar

riage of Prince Rainier III, their
ruler, and Grace Kelly take
place here rather than In her
hometown of Philadelphia.
One reason for the demand Js
sentiment their popular prince
will marry and perhaps have an
heir and thus save the tiny
principality from being taken
over by France. s
But there also Is the tourist
trade to consider. The marriage
would bring many well-heeled
sightseers to Monaco and to the
famous casino of Monte Carlo.
The residents argued that tr.lf
will be their "marriage of the
i century?' , .
Monagasques said 'they would
like to have the wedding in their
Roman Catholic, cathedral in
June, the Rlow season for' the
tourist trade.
Monaco's only other main
source of Income is "from the
sale of postage stamps to col col-lectors
lectors col-lectors y i
"It is unthinkable that the
' sovereign should mafrv out
side his own principality," s?id
bank clerk Andre Vavier, 25 1
"And believe me, we're poin?
to have a real, party when he
v dopj marry."
The marriage, wherever held,
will heb solve Monaco prin prin-cirnl
cirnl prin-cirnl nroblem. '
Under a wartime aTecment,
Monaco and its 22.000 citizens
will revert to French citizenshio
and have to pav .French taxes
pnd facft the French military
draft if Rainier dies without an
heir. .'. i.. :
Miss Kelly will become the j
seeond American to marry a
reipnine ruler of Monaco.
Rainier's great-grandfather
A'hert n, married Alice Heins
an American, in 1889 when he
peeenrted the throne, fehe was
the daughter of a New Orleans
Rainier's predecessor, and

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grandfather was married to a 1
Parisian actress who got the
cold, shoulder treatment from
Monagasques. No such opposi opposition
tion opposition is evident this time.
Roman Catholic weddings
-usually are held in the par parish
ish parish of the bride, which in this
case require the services be
held in Philadelphia, where
the Kelly family is prominent
in church affairs.
Meanwhile in New York yes yesterday
terday yesterday Miss Kelly and Prince
Rainier spent the first day of
their publicly-announced en engagement
gagement engagement in storybook: fashion,
with a quiet lunch alone In her
lavish apartment, a cocktail
party lor friends and a fabu fabulous
lous fabulous high society ball.
The ball, a glittering charity
affair at the Waldorf-Astoria
Hotel, probably will be their
last "date" for as long as a
month.
Miss Kelly, whose engagement

FIRST To LAND The first landing aboard the TJSS Forrestal, the Navy's largest warship,,
was made Jan. 3 with a Fury jet (arrow) piloted by Comdr. R. L. Werner as the ship under under-jyent.t'?'!?
jyent.t'?'!? under-jyent.t'?'!? at sa east of Norfolk, Va. Comdr. Werner also made the first catapault launching

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to the handsome, -year-old
Riviera sovereign prince was
announced Thursday, leaves to tonight
night tonight for two months of film
work in Hollywood.
Rainier departs at the same
time for a few weeks of deep sea
fishing in Florida. He probably
will not see hLs betrothed again
until he makes a tour of the
west in February.
The 26-year-old blonde and
her prince were guests of honor
last night at a veterans music
music fund benefit appropriate appropriately
ly appropriately entltld "A Night in Monte
Carlo" at the Waldorf.
Miss Kelly chose a white, floor floor-length
length floor-length ball gown designed by
Christian Dior for the occasion.
protocol demanded that Rai Rainier
nier Rainier appear in talis with a blaze
of decorations on his chest.
The newly-engaged couple were
to have a champagne dinner at
the table of Mrs. Lytle Hull, the

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bassador to 1 Salvador.
( Among those on the guest list
were Miss Kelly's father, John
B. Kelly of Philadelphia, a for former
mer former bricklayer who became a
millionaire, he mother and the
prince's personal chaplain, Fa Father
ther Father Francis Tucker.
Miss Kelly got up early yes yesterday
terday yesterday morning and hurried
out for a singing lesson to
Prepare her for her forthcom forthcom-g
g forthcom-g movie with Bing Crosby.
The prince Joined her for a
private lunch in her' 11-room,
$8,000-a-year Fifth Avenue a-
partment high over Central Park
which is more than twice as
big as Rainier g entire principal principality
ity principality of Monaco.
A group of friends were in invited
vited invited to the Kelly apartment
last night for a gay cocktail
party before the ball.

country is safe Abraham Lincoln,

JANUARY 7, 1956

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Ike's Message Scrutinized
By Eyes Of Committeemen

WASHINGTON, Jan. 7 (UP) (UP)-Congress
Congress (UP)-Congress today began taking a
closer look at President Eisen Eisenhower's
hower's Eisenhower's tax, foreign policy, de defense
fense defense and other proposals, with
Democrats on the offensive.
Following up the President's
State-of-the-Union report. Sec Secretary
retary Secretary of State John Foster Dul Dulles
les Dulles went before the Senate For Foreign
eign Foreign Relations Committee to
give what GOP Leader William
F. Knowland called an "infor "informal
mal "informal briefing" on every area of
the world.
Sen. Walter F. George (D-Ga).
committee chairman, emerged
from the meeting tight-lipped
and omitted his usual custom of
giving newsmen a fill-in on
what took place.
Sen. Hubert H. Humphrey (D-
Minn.), a committee member,
Denial Survey
Of CZ Students
Begins !!exl Week
I A dental survey which will in
elude all children in kindergarden
Whrough sixth grade in the Canal
ione scnoois wm begm next week,
it was announced vesterdav at
Balboa Heights.
ihe survev wi 1 he conducted hv
the Health Bureau in coordination
with the Division of Schools, Its
purpose is to determine the den
tal status of the Zone, childen.
In a circular which Will bit dls-
school children, health and. School
officials pointed out that the den dental
tal dental examination does not replace1
a regular, thorough examination
by the child's own dentist. The cir
cular includes a questionnaire
whose details will be recorded -on
each child's dental record. P a r-
ents Will be notified of any ma major
jor major defects found. t
The stfrvey will be started next
Wednesday at the Ancon elemen elementary
tary elementary school by a team composed
of a dentist,, dental hygienist, and
recording clerk, Children in the U U-nited
nited U-nited States schools will be exam examined
ined examined first in order to have this
work completed before the begin beginning
ning beginning of the summer vations j pe period,
riod, period, especially since many chil children
dren children leave the Isthmus from a a-bout
bout a-bout May 1 on.
Children in the Latin American
schools will be examined w h en
schools reconvene in May after
the long vacation period.
A total of about 7,500 children
will be examined during the sur survey
vey survey period which will take approx approximately
imately approximately 5 months. v

Balboa High Cadets View Artillery Fire
In Guided Tour Of 504th Gun Placements

Cadet officers of the Balboa
High School Reserve Officers'
training corps got a first hand
view of artillery in action recent recently
ly recently when ten of them witnessed a
firing demonstration conducted by
the 5Q4th Field artillery Battalion
at Empire Range.
A ten-man cadet officer group
comprising the Battalion Com Commander,
mander, Commander, his staff officers and
company commanders were taken
on the instructional tour by. 1st Lt.
Lt. Christopher Wheeler, ROTC
instructor and former member, of
the 504th. 7
Embarking in autds the group
moved for the battalion observa observation
tion observation post.
En route, they stopped briefly
at a firing position observing Bat
tery C engaged in the destruction
of an aggressor pillbox. All six
howitzers of the firing battery be being
ing being fired at the same instant fas fascinated
cinated fascinated the cadets, most of whom
has never seen field artillery piec pieces..
es.. pieces.. ;-:' v;
Next the students moved to the
obsrvation post where they were
not and wlcomed by the officers
of the 504th. After a brief entrcat entrcat-ment
ment entrcat-ment of coffee and cake, the
youngsters 'quickly raised pes pes-tions
tions pes-tions about the workings of a field
artillery unit, with particular em emphasis
phasis emphasis on the conducting of fire
missions. Captain John FJ Garri-
ty, Operations officer, and other
officers present at the service
practice briefly answered the
queries. Three, fire missions later,
Cadet Lt. Col. Richard Angstead,
En. Commander, and Cadet Major
Smul LaidlaW, Bn. Executive
officer and son of former U. S.
Army Caribbean Chirf of Staff
Major General W. EE. Laidlaw,
assumed the roles of forward ob
servers and conducted live artille-

ry f ire J!IKj xceUent-manMi4cciiU;rIlifteatX0flVCrt5.thE

said Dulles was "vague and gen

eral" and "said nothing speci specific"
fic" specific" about the world's chief
trouble spots. He said the ad administration
ministration administration is "under-estimating
Soviet tactics, particularly
in the political and technical
fields."
Sen. George D. Aiken (R-Vt.)
said, however, that Dulles was
"not discouraged" a,nd" "I'm
philosophical" about the state
of world affairs.
Informed sources said the ad
ministration's controversial for
elgn aid expansion program fig
ured only briefly in the secret
session.
Sen. Estes Kefauver (D-Tenn.)
a contender for the presidency,
said the administration should
adopt a positive foreign policy
Instead of "merely reacting...
to match shifting Communist
tactics." He said Russia has
"seized the initiative... with
promises of economic aid for
underdeveloped countries."
On the military front, Sen,
Richard B. Russell (D-Ga.),
chairman of the Senate Armed
Services Committee, ordered mil
itary leaders to report in per person
son person next week on progress in
the race to develop an intercon intercontinental
tinental intercontinental ballistics missile.
Rep. Mejvin Price (D-I1U, a
member of the House -Armed
Services Committee, accused the
President of "fraud and deceit"
for what Price said was an at at-tfnr
tfnr at-tfnr to take credit for a de
fense buildup started by-Demo
crats,
Noting that former President
Truman ordered development of
the hydrogen bomb, Price said
"these men the Eisenhower ad administration)
ministration) administration) probably would
have been against it because lt
would cost money,"
The Democratic National Com
mlttee also was critical-of the
State of the Union message. In
an analysis by its reasearch di division,
vision, division, it took issue with Mr. El Elsenhower's
senhower's Elsenhower's statements on de defenses,
fenses, defenses, foreign policy, taxes and
the farm program,
holding out against a tax cut
Chiding the President for
until the budget is balanced, it
said he approved billions of dol dollars
lars dollars in tax cuts In 1954 when the
government faced a deficit.
The Democratic committee
also said Mr, Eisenhower, in re-
Lcommending a "soil banK" for
iarmers, was proposing some
thing his administration prevl
ously had rejected.

LT. COL. R. V. ELSBERRY, CO 504th Field Artillery Battalion,
explains the intricacies of a battery commander's scope to Cadet
Lt. Col. Richard Angstead, Battalion CO of the Balboa High
School ROTC, and Cadet Major Samuel Laidlaw, Battalion exe executive
cutive executive officer, during a firing demonstration concluded by the
- 504th. at Empire Range recently.

Movin to the rear of observa observation
tion observation po't, the students observed
the operation of the nerve center
of the battalion, the fire direction

Quarles
Reds'

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; TAIPEI, Formosa, Jan. 7 (UP) U.S, Secretary of
Air Force Donald A. Quarles said today "it would seem
most unwise" for the Chinese Communists to launch on
attack against Formosa.
Quarles said that the United States did not intend
to match the Communists' airpower in Asia. But he said ha
was fully confident that the United States global air po position,
sition, position, was strong enough to deter Red aggression.
v "I am optimistic of our free world air-power compar

ed against what the Communists could mount against us,"
he said. "This will be the deterring factor when they con consider
sider consider aggression."

Sschse Company
Get Canal Zone
Conversion Pact
The Sachse Electrical Co,, of
Lake Charles, La has been a a-warded
warded a-warded a contract for the conver
sion of freciurncy-srnsitsve fV r r-menl
menl r-menl on thp Ailaisl.c s li ;
exception of Clatun Locks and the
Mount Hope Filtration and Tump
ing Plants. The latter are to ac
compished separate contracts.
The Louisiana firm entered, a
low bid of 1,243,397.96 fpr this
work, the largest single contract
yet awarded-in the Panama Ca Canal's
nal's Canal's power conversion program.
: Sachse Co. also holds a contract
for the convesion worrk at Gatun
Hydroelectric Station, another ma major
jor major phase of the conversion proj project,
ect, project, v.
The contracting firm will be re required
quired required to su b m 1 1 a conversion
schedule, subject to approval by
Canal authorities, prior to begin beginning
ning beginning the work. This schedule is
of special importance because of
the complicated time and work
schedule.
The area conversion contract
covers 1,405' separate bid items,
the largest, ever included in one
contract by the Panama Canal.
The contract is of special inter interest
est interest to Canal employes since it
1 covers' the conversion of domestic
equipment.
fire request of the forward observ observers
ers observers into firing data and commands
usable .at the guns in the rear.
Following this brief poriod, the

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"From what I know it would
seem most unwise for the Reds
to launch an attack on our posi position
tion position here in the Far East. This
(Formosa) is part of our global
position and they know it."
Queries said the United States
fuliy recognized the threat of
the Communist air buildup in
Asia and was shipping in ad advance
vance advance design planes.
He said the United ft:'
plans to give hlch pr..:i!y i
N
.lot, C
Put he said th United J 1
,womd not train Natior ,,! ;
Chinese pilots in the use of a a-tomic
tomic a-tomic weapons. The National Nationalist
ist Nationalist already have Thunderjet
fighter-bombers capable of
carrying atomic bombs.
"It would not be consistent
with our laws and doIIcv to brin-r
Nationalist Chinese niloU inta
the atomic tralninff nrncram
Quarles said.
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He added, however, that the
United States Air Force has
atomic bombers within strik striking
ing striking range of the area.
Quarles stressed that the Com
munist versus free world air-
power should not be measurpr!
in specific localities, such as the
rormosa straits. Korea or. Eu
rope.
"I think' we have In the free
world very satisfactory response
to the buildup of Communist
airpower. We do not feel the
need to meet each local situa situation...
tion... situation... the Korean' war Droved
that numbers alone are not deci
sive.".
Quarles left shortly after the
press conferencia for Manila. He
said he had frank and cordial
talks with Generafissimo Chiang
ivai-snek during tne past -twa
days.
The air secretary is mak'? a
tour of American air installa
tions
in the Pacific and Far
East.
Aid For lt:m
Promised By.Rcds
MOSCOW, Jan. 7 (UP) Ituwn
today officially confirmed an r.f.
fer of aid to the Ncero Repiib'-j
of Liberia on the west coast of A.
frica.' ... :..,;.;.:
Jt also sent its first ambassador
to the African nation of .Libya i;i
a two-fold emonstration of n e w
Soviet activity in Africa.
A Foreign Office spokesman saii
Russia hfls expressed readiness
to grant technical aid to Lthcru
if Liberia herself indicates any cia cia-sire
sire cia-sire in this respect."
Liberia, founded in 1847 by freel
American slaves, already receives
American aid. It provided U. S.
air-bases during World, War II.
English is the official Jangtia?f.
United States currency is legal
tender.
Dispatches from Tripoli sail
Ambassador Nikolai Gereralov ar arrived
rived arrived in the Libyan capital with
staff of 15 Russians to form t s
first Soviet embassy there.
Cqme In, Mars
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WESTERLY. R.I., Jan. 7 (V7
There's hardly anything nr ,v t
der the sun.
Fiore Pignatore bought a r
ing at auction recently and i
wedged into the frame a rrfv (
The Providence Bulletin ol J
1, 1897. It carried a piece c
men were in touch with T'
men through a kind '. .of
cofle.

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Pleeto try to keep the letter limited to en page length.
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THE MAIL BOX

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Sir

T real.? that, vnn have allotted this column to the public

for the sole use of openly expressing Its opinion of various mat matters,
ters, matters, but I hate to see it used for such ignorant material as
written, by such a narrow-minded and biased person as 'Ser 'Sergeant's
geant's 'Sergeant's Wife." She succeded in having you publish it in the
Mail Box of Jan. 5. If it weren't too indecent to beprlnted, 1 a
tell her Just where to go, what to do and who sshe is, reprdlcss
of the fact that she is a woman. 1
It is obvious that she is one of those Jim Crow promoters
from the South or she wouldn't have any time to care which
doctor at Gorgas Hospital treated her illness Just as long as she
got relief. She's sore because, as she claims,all the doctors in
the picture accompanying an article about the hospital were
Panamanians.
I don't see what difference it makes if an American doctor
of a Panamanian doctor treats a person at Gorgas Hospital or
anywhere else. I'm sure if these men weren't capable, they
would not have been in those Jobs today.
-1 What if there weren't any American doctors available at ull

ou the' Isthmus, what would she have done upon learning that
her husbanj was destined for duty in Panama? I guess she
wbuld have gone to the Pentagon and have his orders changed
And probably he isn't any Sergeant either, but Just what she

claims she Is afraid he would ce
fi.rVia.nian doctors: a nrivate.

I say this 'cause I feel that arte ra guy reaches Sergeant in
the Army he's supposed to know enough to straighten out his

wjfe with a good piece of leather
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JOINS THE NAVY The USS Tulare, world's largest and most
modern naval attack cargo ship, heads for her sea trials with San
Francisco's Golden Gate Bridge id the background. Named after
California's Tulare County, the ship has the latest electronic and
radar features, a helicopter landing platform on her stern and
two four-legged masts capable of hoisting a 60rton landing craft.
Her armament surpasses in power that of any attack cargo ship in
the fleet To be commissioned in January, the Tulare's speed
exceeds 22 knots. She is 563 feet long and is rated at 18,000 tons,
combat loaded.

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FAT OF THE MOON The weird-iooking object above is a"
fairy-tale moon being explored by space travelers made from
some 40 pounds of pork fat. Creator is confection? r Jean Chabot,
shown finishing his "masterpiece" in Nice, Fr'ncs. T? "TlJ-fat
moon required 20 days' work to complete.

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Lahor News
And
Comment

by VICTOR RIESEL
There are those in the U.S. In Intelligence
telligence Intelligence Agency in Washington
who y that the Communists's
terrific showing in the French clcc-
tioa has catapulted us closer. to
war.
With about 150 seats in the
French parliament, there will be
Communists sitting in on every
Parliamentary committee (like our
Senate committees) dealing, wun
arms, U.S. bases, thermonuclear
supplies, location of our atomic
bombs, number of aircraft and
the entire complex system on
which we have based our hope to
stop a Russian offensive.
There will be no secrets from
the Russians. We, therefore, will
begin disentangling ourselves from
France if possible.
All this the Communist Interna International
tional International was able to win without fir firing
ing firing a shot because it controls the
bulk of French labor, the French
General Confederation of Labor.
It's as simple as that, regardless
of the "proofund" analyses which
will pour out of Pans.
Bv rnntrnllinff th Frnnrh Con
federation of Labor, the Commu
nists have a permanent, year-round
machine reaching into the factor
ies and working class homes.
For years now in France, I ve
seen the operation of the Commu Communists'
nists' Communists' propaganda network. I
heard Communist ,Party boss,
Maurice Thorez, at a Party meet meeting
ing meeting some years ago shout:
"The factory branches of the
Party must disseminate the ideas
and slogans of the Party in the
enterprises. The- Party branch
plays the leading role in rallying
the masses, in preparing and di
recting mass action."
There are several thousand such
factory branches publishing plant
papers and I ve seeiK these sheets
published especially for workers
In industries ranging from food
supplies to railroads.
For weeks now we have had
reports of the terrific' Communist
campaign among French workers.
It was bound to be effective be
cause there has been no counter
organization. That's the secret of
the Communists political strength.
They first take over labor unions.
Then they use them as a perma
nent base for infiltration of civic,
clerical, social and political cir circles.
cles. circles. .;
It will be hard for sbme groups
here to believe this, but there is
little corelation between poverty
and Communist politic l! strength.
Never was the French economy
better. But never has the French
Communist Party been stronger
Since 1950 French wages hav
gone up an average of 22 percent.
Communist strength in Parliament
is up some 60 percent as a result
of the recent election, s
Typical is a tire plant in Clcre-ment-Ferrand.
It's' known as the
Michclin factory. There, wages
have shot up 33 percent in the
past four years. The entire area is
prosperous.- So are the Commu
nists. Their voting strength in the
community and their strength in
the Michelin Tire factory works
councils have gone up along with
wages and prosperity. ,.
Why? Because Communists there
have a permanent underground
and public machine which oper operates
ates operates all year. At the tire factory,
where they found a prosperous
group of workers, the local Com Communist
munist Communist sheets kept pounding away
at the U.S and tne French govern government.
ment. government. The workers were told that
we want war and that the French
prosperity -would collapse in that
case. So the well paid workers
swallowed T the propaganda and
simply voted Communist in their
plant and in the national election
in the belief this would maintain
prosperity. ...
In line with this, not too long
ago, the Communist International
sent this directive to the trench
Communist Party:
" Thn Partv Viae thnneanitc
and thousands of working editors
and thn material nrnhlem of issu
ing papers can always be solved
: .1 i it. t v, HW.
pruviueu mc uranuuua mc tuu-
vinced of the importance of,, the
task with which they are con
fronted. .
This was Moscow's way of say-
Inff Hnn't umrrv ahnlit'monfiV. lust
keep spreading your propaganda
macnine.
TVia racitlt wn cnon In fha plf-P-
tion the other day. France now
has the most powenut communist
Party, outside the Iron Curtain.
-Thn Pnrtv did it with organiza
tion, not with sermons or long
j- .1 j:- I J..n
distance rauiu uiuautaaia,
- There is no competing organiza organization.
tion. organization. We don't have one. The anti anti-Communist
Communist anti-Communist French don't have one.
And investigation will show that
monir it nfivinls in France ac
tually hindered those who would
aid the meager anti-Communist
forces. .
So With our position m r ranee
weakened, the Russians will be
emboldened to move and any
move now is one closer to war! 4
When will we learn?
-di ir
. I a

v

MELBOURNE. AUSTRALIA

Well, the barmaid said howdy and
the girl at the desk said howdy
and, of course, there were the
same faces waiting at' the dock.
And the lift girl remembered me
and so did the porter and the room
service, so I can only conclude
I'm home again.
The only real immortality l
know is coming back to a place
where nobody really has changed
in a dozenyears. Today I am not
a balding 40 with too many chins.
I am only 28 years old, thin, sun sunburned,
burned, sunburned, and wearing a uniform
with two gold stripes on the sleeve
and no worth-while ribbons what whatsoever,
soever, whatsoever, I would just be in from
Guam and Peleliu, and the sight
of streetcars and girls with shoes
on would b& astounding.
' This is riy fourth : shot at
Australia in',, dozen years and so
far there has never been a dis
appointment in the place or in
the people. I rank Australians and
nonbragging Texans as an entry
for being the nicest people in the

Walter WincEiell

BROADWAY DIGEST
Stop Thcecf! Dcpt: The current
Time mag uses "Tia Pan Allah,"
a phrase the colyum- coined to
describe Irving Berlin . The
click of "Porgy & Bess" in Mos Moscow
cow Moscow is hardly a surprise, Music
usually tames savage beasts
Rosie Clooney's "The Key to My
Heart" recalls the jingling jollity
of her version of "Come On' a
My House" ... Sammy Davis.l
jr'? platter of "In a Persian
Market" makes the oldy sound
superiorto most newys . Never
Give Up. folks. H. Bogart flunked
his initial screen test . Paul is
Mum in the bank. "Inherit
the Wind" has profited $60,000 .
Kim Noyak (37-23-37) is a lucky
temptress. She has co-starred or
starred in all of her cinemas. .
The week's non controversial
comment came from Gina Lulu:
"You cannot be sexy on a trap trapeze'"...
eze'"... trapeze'"... Collier's latest expozay :
Perry Como's middle name is
Ronald, ,.v If you haven't heard
the recorded parody of "Love &
Marriage" you haven't lived, f
Marlcne Dietrich, an authority
on the subject, notes: "Lovea
man unconditionally and, with de devotion.
votion. devotion. Don't t try to domesticate
him. Leave him wild. That's how
you found him. Don't set out to
change him." (Thanks Ever Sooo)
. .Oh. those sinful showfolks. Pro
ducer George Abbott docsn'l
smoke or dwink Skeleton-Rat
tier: Gwen Verdon once posed for
swimsuit adverts . ,j Teevee ob observer
server observer S. Shalit show-oaf'd the word
"sybaritic." All he meant was lux
urious ... What is a bcautmlly?
Elsa Martinclli in the movie, "In
dian Fighter." (Ooooh!) ... The
background music for "I'll Cry
Tomorrow" is worth both your
cars . Drama Critic Bob Gar
land (he passed the other day)
started as an actor ., Inking a
movie contract doesn't always put
you in the swimming pool dept.
Shelley Winters' first contract paid
her the generous sum of $75 a
week.
Barbara Stanwyck keeps rolling
along. Made 80 flickers to date
. . Jayne Mansfield, not too well
known a year or so ago, gets a
spread of two full pages in Movie Movie-land's
land's Movie-land's Annual . Grace Kelly's
big secret: She writes poetry.
(She looks like poetry, too) .
The price of fame? Well, a $64,000
winner will earn 1,000 just for -one
appearance in a nightspot .
Ava's lamrntr- "If I eould be born
all over again, I'd want an edu education"
cation" education" ... Sexyz are mightier
than abes, dearie... Gable hides
ijriving temples by using Ihc
Old Bixby,". old-time vaudeville I

"Who Put the Lights Out?"

4 m w a

m1
' TWl Cl".-? n:aw.i.

Home Again
By BOB RUARK

world stauncher in' friendship, un unchangeable
changeable unchangeable with time.
I suppose the reason I keep
coming back here is to keep my
youth preserved in its correct
place in time. Certainly, Maggie
and John and Stewart and Pat
and the Barneses are no dif different.
ferent. different. The houses haven't even
changed to get a little older and
in some Instances richer.
The program would be the same,
of course, Stewart and Pat will
take me to dinner and tomorrow
John will fetch Maggie for lunch
and then John will go off sailing
his boat, and I will take his wife
to Moonee Valley where the
slow horses run. John will mark
the race card and Maggie and I will
disregard all hjs markings o that
John's horses will win and ours
will ..lose, as always. j
But there will be a hundred
people at the track who wilf re remember
member remember the day old, Drumnet
(Rest his bones) came, romping
in from dead last to win by a
dirty nose 11 years ago to make
me the richest naval officer in the
lingo for a shoe-polish by that
name . Talk about patience.
Ruth Gordon declared: "I've been
waiting for my role in "The Match Matchmaker
maker Matchmaker since 1938",. Six years
ago Julie Harris was an unknown
who appeared in 8 straight fiascos
. . Kay Thompson's "Eloise" is
a best-seller Irt book stores from
Coast-to-Coast. A delightful must
. The Church is not pleased
with Life's Christianity issue.
MGM mav do a film based on
the careers of the 4 Marxmen .
Besides her many talents star
Shirley Booth is also an expert
hoofer ...Teresa Brewer's "It's
Siesta Time" is for those who'd
rather have cha-cha than cul-cha
. The actor who plays Geh.
Douglas MacArthur in "Court-
Martial of Billy Mitchell" is Mac's
spittlnimage . Three big-time
teevee programs will originate
from the RoneJ-Plaza Hotel
(Miami Beach) this month . The
April issue of Redbook revealed
the current rift between Papa
Dionne and his brood. They
quoted the old boy as blaming it
on outsiders, etc . Fagent i ac-l
tt1lfA e.iA em 11 Vrtf W i rf ia irr. I
possible to a man who doesn't
have to do it himself" . The
value of Stardust? Audrey Hep Hepburn
burn Hepburn received $350,000 for "War
and Peace," the tallest tariff ever
paid any actress to appear in one
movie. (
Talk about Puzzlements: Why
de luxe showmen Rodgers & Ham Ham-merstein
merstein Ham-merstein allowed "Pipe Dream"
to be practically barren of dancing
... Loved the lofty language of
scan o Casey in his new play,
"Red Roses for Me." Especially
in Act One . V His comedy is
very amusing, too , The Second
Act left me unhappy . The cast
is very good ... When an in interviewer
terviewer interviewer asked Very Young act actress
ress actress Susan Strasberg: "Do you go
out on dates?" Susie replied: "I
maintain a social life. Let's put
it that way (the question is Do
yez Have Dates ????) ... Tony
Martin's recapture of "Love, You
Funny Thing" represents a tune tuneful
ful tuneful reunion . The B'way theater
district has 33 theaters, if it's
skewps you prefer 1 Tire con
tradictory-named "Rock and Roll
waltz" sounds better than you'd
expect . Tonys Turvy Item:
Cole Porter writes the punchline
For Actresses Only. This is what
Ethel Barrymore once said: "I
never know-what me people
mean when they complain about
the rigors of the road. Lprd, they
must be very faded lilies indeed,
if they mind touring. Oh, I look
forward to it the drafty 'dressing

history of war. There was a thous thousand
and thousand pounds on his nose at 12 to
one, and I believe I fainted when
he came thrusting through the
pack. I also remember that in
two weeks we had lost all of It
back to the nags. But somehow
it didn't seem to make any dif difference
ference difference at the time.
This is the country where so
many of us preserved our youth
or left it, according to who got
killed at Guadalcanal and Tarawa.
This was the Gay Paree of our
fathers' war, and our theme song
was not "Mademoiselle From Ar-men-tier
i," but "Waltzing Ma Matilda."
tilda." Matilda." We had out styke and eggs
for breakfast, girls called Sheila,
and a massive kindness and hos hospitality
pitality hospitality unknown to previous man.
This is the place of sun, and red
roofs, and the Yarra River.
People keep asking me why I'm
always going back to Australia,
and the answer is simple. It is the
only way I know to keep on being
28 year; old, with a neat blue
suit, two stripes on the sleeve, and

no worthwhile ribbons whatsover.
rooms, the rate virvlliinff Tt'e
all part of it!" . Lana Turner
is ner lovely self In "Rams of
Ranchipur." Wotta doll . Mar Margaret
garet Margaret Whitino hoo this im ra.
served for a hefty plug for her
inuiuuiK vi i ixiye a Mystery
. . Dphhln Pina.U, Ik.
bundle of girl-charm, weighs only
97 lbs i-, Deborah Kerr started
as a galcriria in Sadler's WeUs
Ballet .' Whir VMr VaiiikiI.
- II mtj a r A V1JI 0
L'Aiglon (Miami Beach) is so pop popular:
ular: popular: Good food, good music, at attractive
tractive attractive Deonln ManH Ph7
Elle on 2nd near 57th is another
w our lavonte dming places ...
Fame Is Fleeting: Two animal
WisOCrackers ar nnnr mnm nnnu.
lar than Miguel Mouse . Donald
Igen ana ttugs Bunny . "Whutz
Heler lTave' triiimnh Tint
Lindsay and Crouse the Idea for
lJiay bdoui a Presidential can
didate. Result: "State of the Un
ion, : a hit show . Ernest
JJorgnine was crowned top male
star by the film critics. Just four
VearS kan Ka hmA a tamnnraa.tr
Post Office job (during the Yule
suaauuj in an euort to make ends
meet. Happy Money, Ernest!
Newsweek rpv.aUH that Anna
Magnani was unable to sleep for
o nours waning lor the wew York
notices on VThe Ro6e Tattoo" in
which she triumphs . Give Doris
Day's "Let It Ring" recording a
whirl. A dine-donff-di.lv . Anita
Ekberg'g revelation:- "In HoUy HoUy-wood
wood HoUy-wood they puf-oome clothes on
me. But they were too crowded
in the blouse, inside I mean."
(NOW. r.irl U,hA rlr...
you mean?) ... Each Sid Caesar
program costs $33,000 ... And
worth every centime.
Before you decide to become t
movie star read Joan Collins' rig
nrous rhHnio. irrAm ta i n
Rehearsals ...10 to 12: Diction
lessnn : H ( Prc intnr.
views and lunch . .1 to 2: Ward-
roDe nitins ... 2 to 5: More re rehearsals
hearsals rehearsals ... Movie stars should
never face teevee cameras (at
film premieres) without makeuo.
Illusion-wreckers . Louis Lotito
is Broadway's luckiest show show-hacker.
hacker. show-hacker. Invested in a dozen shows
f m '55) and every one clicked .
Both Georgia Gibbs and Jaye P.
Morgan took full page ads in Va Variety
riety Variety (the same issge) claiming
the were voted Best Female Vo Vocalist.
calist. Vocalist. (I get sooo confoozed) ...
J. Gleason's lament: "The tough toughest
est toughest thing a comic has te learn is
what to do when h' not getting
a laugh" . Give back the over overpaid
paid overpaid money? ... Eroadway: The
longest street in the world on the
way up and the shortest on the i
way rn.

OA

iiiERRY-uO-LiGUIID

WASIirr.Tf)M Ruriot fn thr.
file uh ct IKa Kii4rrAfr KticAnn
-.-ww niiiv.il wig uuuii uuirau
dropped on the desk of Senator
Aciauver during we last Uixon-
Vat4 nrnhn l anma .vfrnmAlv
interesting pay dirt. It will cause
even reaacr laces on tne part ot
certain top Ike-men.
Despite the dynamite in these
documents, nothing has been done
" ...V .... .... .UUL, V. .VU .IV,
jealous" Senate colleagues of the
ana.ur mam n I I iiGiriTAi nnur
ran ,min trnm snnnccrta nava
kran tn faapfnl that ha mirrht art
neaaunes mat mey ve cut nun
aown on the Dixon-iates prooe.
He's been given no stenographers,
attorneys or investigators. Last
summer, Senator Kilgore of West
Virginia wrote Kefauver in a letter
that ha aniiM hnM nnlv twn rlavx
of hearings. And last month he
was permitted to hold hearings
only one day.
rtruy oecause oi mis, paniy
of lal hfrauif Kffanvrr has heen
absorbed with his own presidential
gyrations, tne uixon-rates pay ain
has been gathering dust in Senate
filp Mnuavar hr is what is
lying just below the surface:
Pay Dirt No. 1 is a document
showing that both Adm, Lewis
Strauss, chairman of the Atomic
Energy Commission, and Rowland
"Hathaway" Hughes, director of
the budget, did not tell the truth
urhnn thnv denied Adolohe Wen-
zell'i secret part in the Dixon-
Yates deal, v .
Admiral Strauss, former partner
n ih Knhn Iieb banking firm
and secretary to Herbert Hoover,
long hell-bent to khi iva, aemeu
to Senators that he had any knowl knowl-atna
atna knowl-atna that Wenrell. who repre
sented the First Boston Company,
original financiers oi uixon-1 !,
also was working inside the budg-
f KlIfAAII 'V.
But here is the secret memu
written by E.J. Donnelly i me
Rudoat bureau. Jan. 22. 1954, stat-
big just the opposite:
,uh Mr wnzell on Jan.
. ilitl .Ml .....
18 on TVA," wrote Donnelly in an
inter-office memo lor the private
filed of the Budget Bureau, and
requested further rftion
from agency fl"""'.v;
.i i iictanr call from
l:five-a. .TVA information af-
of 1 AEC ana wepuiy i
Huehes Sent material requested
S Mm to his New York City ad-
dress."
.. MORE MEMOS .... ...
i.-.i... Tinnnpllv inter-budget
memo: "met at Mr. WenzeUs re
quest, Feb. i Vu, v,am1
t! nrosident of Middle
South Utilities, Mr.- Canady and
Mr. Wenzcll on iva. ;.
Note This is reinforced by
(t, AArr.r1 flf Admiral Strauss s
wn security guard in the Atomic
ut hv tht rear door at
night with a largfe envelope in his
hand after confering with Strauss
Dixon, and Paul jmiier oi inem
Boston company.
.u n,r Na. ii another memo
written inside the Budget Bureau
by budget official James ju.-warn,
March 10, wm. .
d..j..i jivantnr Tiimhes. former-
lv of the National City Bank,
Wrote Sen. lasier nui
..ii uJ ortir-inalpd in OmV a fCW
ten uau ir."--r- ,-
Dixon-Yates conferences in order
to advise on certain lecnnicai -pects."
Earlier, Hughes had with with-k.M
k.M with-k.M Waniail'e name from Senator
Hill, and vigorously denied know
ing that wenzeiis iinn, mc
Boston Company, planned to fi finance
nance finance the Dixon-Yates deal.
However, here is tne secret
mmn f Hughes's own budget of
ficial, J. L. Grahl:
"I was called by Carl Schwartz
on the morning of Feb, 26, 1954. .
To sit in with members of n 1 is
th mnstrieration of a pro
posal by- some private utilities to
furnish, power to we aea, .
Schwartz said that Mr. Hughes
wanted a staff review and pre preliminary
liminary preliminary evaluation of the utili-
ties proposal Dy tne cmao i
ACROSS
1 Shade of
brown
Baby girl's
color
v I Baby boy's
color
12 Brown
, October
IS Bewildered
14 Light red
15 Varnish
ingredient
16 Slimmer
IS Built
20 Piping
21 Prosecute
22 Burden
24 Greatest
26 Profound
27 Chart
30 Each
32 Staid
34 Petty tyrant
35 Newspaper
executive
36 Furtive
, 37 Rotate
39 Retained
40 Facts
41 Indian weight
42 Brief
45 Act as
chairman
49 Property
" holding
51 Help
52 Sad cry
53 Dancing girl
54 Limb
85 Seas (Fr.)
56 Chinese city
57 Pigpen
1 Story
2 Wing-shaped
3 Requirement
4 Adhesive
5 The of
Capri
6 Sewing
implement
7 Western state
(ab.)
Produce
9 Learning
10 Employed
11 Weird
17 Hung in loose
folds
19 More
attractive
23 Estonian
island
24 Church
service

. Rainbow Hues

i nS,i i i !
U lii.vli.i.w'lU.i

ness on March 2 ... He strewed
that this proposal was to be kept
very confidential ...
ONE MAN WAS SKEPTICAL
"During the morning we dis discussed
cussed discussed with Mr. Wenzcll at some
length a draft memo (which had
been prepared by R & CW staff
over the week end) evaluating the
utilities' proposal. His opinion was
requested also on various aspects
of the proposal and whether or
not there were some aspects to
the proposal which were not en entirely
tirely entirely reasonable.
"After Mr. Seal left early in
the afternoon, bureau staff and
Mr. Wcnzell went over the draft
memoto the director and roughed
out a revision to it setting forth
the tentative conclusions of the
tair.
"I did not agree entirely with.
e of the tentative conclusions
w no purpose to be served

in expressing my reservations be beyond
yond beyond a certain point ..."
Mr. Grahl not only had his
doubts about the Dixod-Yates deal -and
he put them down in black
and white. His memo continued?
''Although the necessity for a
federal investment of $100 million
for power facilities would be elw
minatcd by acceptance of the pro-:
posal, the memo does not mention
the corresponding disadvantage, if
the proposal is accepted, that at
the end of the contract period the -government
will have no equity
in a plant. Thirdly, the statement
that the cancellation .clause pro
vides the government with flexi flexibility,
bility, flexibility, relative to federal invest investment
ment investment in its own plant, does not
refer to the unfavorable aspects
of the cancellation clause ..."
Interesting question is: will At At-torney
torney At-torney General Brownell call a
Grand Jury to ascertain whether:
1, Any of these officials were
guilty of perjury; 2, Did they have
a conflict of interest or conspire
in a conflict of interest, namely
the planting of an outside Wall Wall-street
street Wall-street banker inside the budget
bureau to put across the Dixon Dixon-Yates
Yates Dixon-Yates deal? ,. V i.
It seems fairly safe that he.
won't. He too busy prosecuting
former Truman officials in : St.
Louis for things his Justice
Department knew about three
years ago.
However, if Senator Kefauver
will take time out from his Presi Presidential
dential Presidential primary preparations, and-,
if his jealous colleagues would give
him time and staff enough, the
public might get some : more ex extremely
tremely extremely significant facts.

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V. ." alMlitnataHlr
.AILING The Rev. Bernard R.
Hubbard, famed "glacier priest"
of Alaska, is reported in seri serious,
ous, serious, condition after suffering a
cerebral hemorrhage in New-
' ark, N.Y. Father Hubbard, 67,
earned his nickname for his
tudy and numerous explora explorations
tions explorations of Alaska. He's shown
. above taking movies on one of
those explorations.
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38 Coat parts
44 Persian poet
46 Branches
47 Food regime
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TH?, FANAMA AMTFJCAN AN IXDWEXDrXT DAIXY NEWSPAPER
Ike To Ask $1 Billion
For School Consfpuction
m f
sLl.HWKFR!NDS

SATT.T.DAT, JANfART 7, V''

Folsom has disclosed that the
education program also will pro provide
vide provide for loans to the states for

WASHINGTON. Jan. 7 (UP) 'school construction and for feder feder-Tresident
Tresident feder-Tresident Eisenhower will a s kl purchase of building bonds is is-congress
congress is-congress next week to provide lv 5Ued bv local school boards,
billion dollars in direct, federal! These loan and bond purchase
grants to states for school c o n-1 proposals j were features of the o o-struetion
struetion o-struetion over the next five years, n&1Dl administration education
Congressional sources said today, program, sent to Congress last
These sources said the grants, year. However, the original plan
which would be matched by the provided for only 200 million in di di-s'ates,
s'ates, di-s'ates, will be proposed in sp.e-.;reet 6ranU over three-year pe pe-cial
cial pe-cial presidential mHsa?fr"Be in gjiod. y
oi-afted bv Marion B. Folsom, sec- Democratic controlled House
retary of heafcb,. education and'and Senate committees rejected

uie uliginai uinuii3uuiuu yiv
gram on grounds that it was too
small to permit the states to meet
their mushrooming school needs.
Instead the House Labor Com Committee
mittee Committee adopted a substitute pro providing
viding providing for $1,600,000,000 in federal
grants over four years. As under
the new-administration plans, the
states or local communities would
put up matching funds.
The Democratic measure, spon sponsored
sored sponsored by Rep. Augustine B. Kel Kel-ley
ley Kel-ley (D-Pa.)' also included a sys system
tem system of loans and bond purchases
to help finance local school con
struction.
Speaker Sam Rayburn has giv given
en given the Kelley bill top prior.ty. tfut
its chances have been thrown in
Hnnht hv the threat of Rep. A-

dam Clayton Powell (D-N.Y.; to

try to attach an anu-segregaiion
rHpr

Supporters of the school bill said

they fear it will oe Kiuea n i.ie
House approves the New York Ne Negro's
gro's Negro's amendment to ban federal
grants to school districts defying
the Supreme Court's order against
public school segregation,
snnnnrters -contend that civil

rights and other controversial is

sues sucn as ieaerai am 10 yiu yiu-chial
chial yiu-chial schools should not be al
lowed to jeopardize school con construction
struction construction legislation.

Folsom's department has esti estimated
mated estimated that the nation now needs
an additional 370.000 classrooms.

officials have predicted that

witht he current birth rate, the
shortage VviU Mi tripled in the
next five years unless federal

program Is enacted.
The i-ppent White House confer

ence on education endorsed the
principle of direct federal aid to
the states by a margin of about

2-to-l.

-KosfOflheUS;
. Enjoyed Fair
Wcalhsr Yesferday
. CHICAGO, Jan. 7 (UP) Most
of the nation had fair weather yes yesterday
terday yesterday but forecasters predicted
snow flurries for most of the
northern half of the country to to-'
' to-' day.
Except for a few scattered snow
flurries in the northern lakes a a-rea
rea a-rea and the extreme north of New
England and some rain in the
northern Pacific region, the na nation
tion nation had fair weather yesterday.
But forecasters predicted snow
flurries for the Geat Lakes area
and northern Appalachians, the
northern Rockies and higher ele elevations
vations elevations of the Northwest
Rain will fall on the Pacific
coast north of San Francisco and
there will be rain in the southern
parts of the Great Basin area.
The eastern half of the nation
will be in for colder weather to tomorrow.
morrow. tomorrow. Weathermen didnt' think the
new rains in the Pacific North Northwest
west Northwest would cause a return of the
killer floods that played havoc
with that area during the Christ Christmas
mas Christmas ah New Year's holidays. ."
Meanwhile, the Agriculture De Department
partment Department today designated one O O-regon
regon O-regon and seven Nevada counties
as emergency disaster areas, and
37 California and five Ore goacoun goacoun-ti
ti goacoun-ti as emergency loan areas.
emergency areas, eligible
farmers and stockmen may buy
. ....am livestock feed at a reduc reduction
tion reduction of $1 per hundred. In emer emergency
gency emergency loan areas, the Farmers
Home Administration may make
loans to eligible farmers whose
crops, livestock and farm proper property
ty property have been damaged or lost by
recent .rains and floods.

.. MINK THEFT

GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. -(UP)
Donald Scheffler said the thief

who broke into his mink rancn nao
a good eye for fur. The thief made
off with seven silver-blue minks
valued at $100 apiece. Scheffler
said" thev were the best seven

minks on the ranch.

By OSWALD JACOBY
Writttn for NEA Strviee

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West North East Sooth
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Double Pass Pass Pass
Opening lead K

West shouldn't have doubled

four hearts in today's hand. His

hand looked pretty good, and his

partner nad made a jump bid, but

an uiese appearances were decep
tive. ;

It' was clear that We,st, couldn't

expect 10 win more than one

trump trick with his diubleton

king-queen. Since North has bid
no-trump, it was unreasonable ofr
West to expect more : than one
trick each in clubs and diamonds.
In short, West could expect to
take only three tricks with his own
hand. Tk
What about East's defensive
tricks? East had failed, to double
one no-trump. Hence his jump to
three spades could not show a
strong hand but merely a strong
suit. West had three spades in his
own hand and should have expect expected
ed expected dummy to show up with about
three spades likewise. If East had
a six-card or seven-card spade
suit without the ace, South would
have only a singleton or void in
spades, while North would have
the ace. .,
To sum it up, West should have
been able to foresee exactly what
took place West should have bid
four spades as a sacrifice. This
would have been set only two
tricks, for a loss of only 300
points.

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yellow stripes. The guards are 'quartered in a wing of the j

Apostolic palace m Vatican City.

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it xunn't tntprfer with their own!

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to choose and so are tn5 moin-

is busy getting her house in or

der.

Choose your time carefully if
yeu want your Crop-in visit to
be really welcome.
FALL FOR HIM

ALBION, N.Y. CUP) Few!
nunters can claim to have bagged
a pheasant as easily as did Doug-1
las Strickland. As Strickland;
raised' his shnteun to fire at the i

bird it flew against a telephone
wire and dropped to the ground.
The hunter dashed over and cap captured
tured captured the stunned pheasant before
it could fly off.

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aren't many more of them in the United Stales. "Noodling" is a
process of force-feeding geese to enlarge their livers. As much
two pounds can be added this way to the average quarter-poun; -liver.
Tne "noodles" are three-inch pellets of corn-and-wheat "(
meal, fed in lots of 6-8 to the geese four times daily. Rumler is
shown above on his Watertown farm, '.'noodling" some geese for;,
a New York City market

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THE PANAMA AMIRJCAN AN' fXCFTE-VDENT MILT NEWSPAPER

SATIHDAT, J AN CART",

Judge Rules McCarthy Probe SIDENCES tCMbmM

Was Held Without Authority

LOSTON', Jan. 7 (UP) A led-lernment Operations Committee
f"'1 judge yesterday acquitted aland of its permanent investiga investiga-bi.ky
bi.ky investiga-bi.ky witness of contempt charges! Uons subcommittee at the time
ami ruled Sen. 'oseph R. Mcar- He sat as a one-man subcommil subcommil-thv
thv subcommil-thv had no authority for a 1953-jtee at the January hearing
.VmI investigation of Communist sharing the int rrogation with
m'X: ation of defense plants. counsel Roy M. Cohn, another ma

,ju. je auey juancn aequmea jor witness at the trial

Leon J. Kamin, 28, on eontempt U. S. Atty. Anthony Julian, said

s.iur,vs sirimiiing irum a comoii ne was studying the Aldnch opi

neiir cs Jan. 15, 1951. )nion to '-determine Its bearing'' on
Kamin. i former Harvard psy- "'"Pan'on case,
rholftst. admitted he was a L H"vard Physics Prof. WendeU

( omtnim st. holwoi-n 1U5 unit iqxn IU11J muiciea on C O n

but refused to name his .party as
8wiat.es.
Summarizing his 23page ver
diet, Aldricb found; "that the Bos-

ton investigation. .of subversion
in defense plants. ... was not

vilhin the authority Congress had
given the (McCarthy) commit commit-.teV
.teV commit-.teV :.'
The Wisconsin Republican, star
.V'ilness at the jury-wa-ived trial,
i was chairman of the Senate Gov-

WRITE-IN

tempt charges for refusal to an

swer similar questions at the

same hearing in January..
Aldrich earlier acquitted Kamin
on two counts of a six-count in

dictment and tentatively dismiss

ed two more." He reinstated- the

latter and acquitted Kamin on four
counts today.
These were based on nis refus

al tovname his former Communist
associates, and say whether he

knew Communist organizer Ema

nuel Blum, or to say if any of

them VF-tn defense work or had

access to classified information

The judge condemned Kamin fo

OTSEGO, Mich, r- (UI Alex

ancler Miller was elected justice of j "premeditated and intentional

pence even inuusii ne wasn i refusal to answer these questions
candidate for the job. He received !even on constitutional grounds

tr write-in votes. However, he found tl at McCarthy

had no right to ass them.

t The judge said in a one page

summary of his verdict the com
Imittee had no powers to invest!
i gate the general subject of com

jniunism. and that government
operations meant the operation of

government ocparunenis, not pr
ivate oneration of private industry

'even, though under government

contract.

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'50-50' Shipping
Lav To Be Probed
By House Committee

De gmv ...
, Chair-

FINEST
SCOTCH WHISKY

WASHINGTON, Jan. 7 fUP

The House Merchant Marine

Committee will restudy the "5ft

50" law requiring that Sii pe)r t y',;

to foreign nations must be

ed la American vessels, Chair

man Herbert C Bonner said to

day.
Bonner said the committee In

vestigated charges last year that
the law caused delays In ship

ments to foreign countries be because
cause because of a shortage of American

ships. He 8 o 1 d the committee

found these claims to be untrue.
Now. he said, certain farm

groups and interests, claim that
the program for dtoposftl of sur surplus
plus surplus farm products to n e e d y
countries can never be successful
as long as the "50-50" law ap applied
plied applied to It.

Bonner said he tuuv realizes

the Importance "of the law to the

merchant marine and the nec necessity
essity necessity for having a strong mer merchant
chant merchant fleet, but:

I do not Intend to permit any

legislation or administrative ac

tion over which I have the

slightest degree of responsibility
or control to stand In the way of
the farming interests of this

country."

Bonner said he will propose!

some other method of helping l

the merchant marine If he finds

that the law is hurting the A A-merican
merican A-merican former and the public.

i He said he will start hearings

I within the next few weeks.

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ft,j AsAiJ: mnH ho. ,a'-
buno-v 4I0 p.m
Unfcrian
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CM1A.B IAN
buctari
., WW e.an.
Bidg. 362
Anton Blvd.
Uawey Place
Aflcon
(out luvitauon
to Wuerel
religion.
Baptist
toiouBAntoTtntM"
311 tsiuja an
Drawer tHuooa
1-none 2-1'mfr
Earl f Paaerewaw. PW
' Ptione 2-l.Ul
Sunday School
Mornmg Worsnip .....
liaiiu" hiwn
iiunj Worsnip
frayr.- Weeiung
ivxrl Weuneday ...
Hromtihoou 4111 ",,.'
Me may eacn mown
gpaiMi Biuie School
Kin baiurday.
S AS m
11:U a m.
t p.m.
7:30 p m
7:00 p m
. 10:00i.m.
1
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. Baltwa Heigh C i
827 Ancon Boultvard
Drawer "B" Balboa Heiahta
Phono Baiboo 1727
William n. Btoi,
ndj otuuel
ii-nin Worship i....,,...
tjm l'raining Urilon
Iingollsuc bervict v ... ...
vat Metlina Wednaa.
,y
.so a m
111:45 m
:3II D ID
1 J 0 m
J JO o m
A S BiWt' Study raura raura-n
n raura-n n Brotherhood Lm1
Ml J
130 S m
) 1KST BArilSTCHI KCH
ataicarua v""
'.,' Uargatll. L'anal ioiie
Rev. i M. Haulbrook. Vlot
Sunday School1...,
Morning Wortlup .....
Bnlist Training Union
. g 45 a m
j jl uO ajn
.. 6:30 pm
, 7:45 p m,
. ,. 7:00 ri m
evening Worship
Brotherhood, luesdaya ..
Praver Services. Wednesdays
W M U. 1st 3rd Fridays
G.A.. B A. Sunbeams,
Fridays .......
7:00 pm.
3:30 p.m.
Salvation Army
iNoll-.enollnilnn, Eyangelbtle."
j j Meetings). ,..-: v.;.,
THF PACIFIC SIDE
1 ANAMA CITY ",
Senir Caplain and M- M. McDonald
is Febiury Street,' Phone: 8-0s4
H'OO iio'jness Meeting. ;
3 00 SLnday School.
7 .30 salvation Meeting.
LA BOCA C.Z.
Lieutenant Paiy Campbell 1-
Buildmt No. lOSO, Phone; 2-28;
11.04 li'juneM Meeting. ,..,,,
3 .00 f unday School,
7:30 ifii!vation Meeting. ;
PARAiSO. C.Z.
" F.nvoy & Mrs. C. I Moseley
Guiana Saeet. . :
11:00 H'lhness Meeting.
3 0OKvt,day School. :.
1 7:30 Salvation Meeting.
'. ; THE ATLANTIC SIDE
COLON CS.NTRAL
Senior t apt. and Mrs. C. Moonsawmy.
14th Stinel. Phone: 38-743. :
. 11:00 Hi'iiness Meeting.
' 3 00 Sunday School.
7.30 tvlvaiion Meeiing.
COLOiN IHlKLi S'lHbtX
ftlajor Flint Bingham
11 .00 holiness Meeting.
3 00 Sunday School. .........-.,..:..-.....
7-30 Salvation. Meeting. v
"RAINBOW CITY. CZ.
Cavey J.- Gill. "...'
St. KitU and Jamaica Street.
11:00 Harness Meeting.
3:00 Pinday School.
7.30 S-jivation Meeting.
Ur.io.n Churches
tthere all Pnuestanti cooperate with
anity in euenliali, liberty to eon.
' essential end rhar'tv in -ill things
lilt ATLANTIC SIDE
CATUN
Rev. Ray Blakely, Pastor
Phone 5-335
:45 Church School. '
31:00 Worrhip Service.
5:45 p,m. Sr. Youth Fellowship.
6:00 p.m. Jr, Youth Fellowship.
MARGARITA
. The Rev. faul H W Olinder. Pastor.
Ptiune -148a
:30 Bible School,
10:45 Worship ervlc and Church-tlro
nursery.
6 JO Youth rellowshtD
THl' PACIFIC BIDS
BALBOA
, I he Kit Oscar W. OUen Pasloi
, . Balooa Rd. at San Pablo St.
Phone 2-14S6C'hurcb Office ?-3?3.
I 3D Church School Free bus service
Parsonage Discussion Grouo,
10:30 Worship Service The fcxrsnded
cession tor Nursery, Kindergarten.
, Primary and Junior DepW.
Church-tune Nurem for ch.'ldrer
under 3.
1:00 Junior-High Fellowship.
6:00 Post-Hirh Fellowship,
: 7;00 Senior-high Fellowship
' CAMBOA
Dr. WaiKer M Alderton, Minister.
Office Phone f.470 Residence Phone
l.tu.
30 a.m Church School
10:40 am Mormnt Worship Servtre
(.
tHi METHOD I VI (Jllt'KCtr
(B'-iti-h Conferenrei
Rev. William II. Armstrong
16th St., Panama City
:00 am Morning Piaver and Seminn
1:00 p m P'mday School
7;IS om Svemnt Pravei nO Sermon
1KIMT (ULIHOUIS'I CHI km
7tD Street end Meienoe? .verue
CiilOn R P
Rev. Samue: Waliien Minister
6:3(1 am Bunrnine Service no Holy
Communion
3 p in Sunday Scbool
7:15 om kveumg Service.
(Holy Communion 1st Sundavit
Kioiiiiav. 7 30 p.m Prayer Meeting.
tlJf.Nfcl- M MUKlllMSI i HUUCB
Ramhnw Citv. C?
Rev. fcdniuei Vfjiucn. Mmistet
Suifu.v nervues iu m.y itf o.ai
iunuav Sihnoi for all g at 9 30 p.m
"T-ir .. J::;, n In s,iri5ffl

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Cawcke f tit meay lailW hi Hit Ctnal Za, n t larmmal
citwt of PtHiiii ed Colon, Re!' tittae" weicama
t all time to awn and wamea of ermta .. eaa eiviU
a!$Mer, friaedt and etroet.tr,
Aj a ai.it'.w Mrki, the Tat American list !,
aiaominatiotti. t. ol fceur waning aaa watt reguloi tcriviliet,
I.SriBtt tt 'ram ItiM la tiaio. 0aemiahat atrita
aarr ana rwa esrtia r Into" "Orbit Church A1
Service A tatcial liitinft ii inUia4 Hi tamce Army gears
Air teies Naval otatiom.
Mi iMtari. chyiia seeieUrie ana chttlaiiti art atkaa to (
th in writinj ay Wadaaiaty aooa ol tka lafttt at ay
Kenj ior tilt eomint Sofuraoy'i cayrca a.

Christian Scientist
CUKI!)IIA.V aLltNLfc LHCKCHta
'aroi CburiA ol Chrutv. scitiitnv Anooi
W0 AncoQ Boultvara
SuxidO) il:w. VednMl I. o.
Suiioa Sehooi l ajn '.,.
. inii cnurto i carui, cicallii, tilsluba.
131 Sireel Solivai HiT"
liiini Vtinoi .......
Sunday 11:00 o.m.-Wtdntsday :M P
Cothclic
u.di'h rm RrH-iulbu
o.JTrf.. Mssea: 7.00. 1.00. 10.00 and
Coni.0 Saturday. 3 3ft. lo J:00
..i in a 00 om. Thursday. Mforr
V.Z.. p,ihi.t 7:UO to :00 p.m.
M r,-,roui Medal Novena: 7:00 pm
on Monaaya.
Catechism clw
tht 1:00 ma
HTgh sAool Study Club I.S0 p.m or
Wednesday.
SACRED HEABT Aocoaj
Sunday Ma: 5 55 7 :30 & 1 1 30 a m
Holy Uay ouutsea: Hi a nv anu .uv
P Confeaslon.-. Saturday 3: 30 U hM -and
J:l5 to 8:00 p.m. Thursday oelora rim
Friday r.w P m.
Sacred Heart uevomvm.
Friday.. v
Thursday.
Ot'B LAOV or rATIMA-Curunda
Sunday Mass at. :0 am.
Hoi bay Ma at 8:30 p.m.
Con'tessions: : to 6:45 pm on SaV
UCa?echlsm Cla: Suturday l:S0 to 10
ST. JoSKPH Paralso
Sunday Masse at 7:0(1 and 8:lS a.m.
Holy Day Mass at 6:00 p m
Weekday Masses: ..:00 am,
Confessions: Saturday 3 JO to 4:30 and
' CathiSm Clam Sunday J.00 to 4:00
p.m.
Miraculoua
Medal Ko venal 1:00
p.tn
1:00
on Friday.
Convei'i uiauueuuiifti
p.m.1
Thursday
ST. VINCENT'S Panam City
Sunday Masses: 6:00 and 8:30 a.m..
umu nun Ma: 8:30 and 5:00 p.m
(It H falls on Saturday Hit Masnaa are
6:00 and 8:S0 ll;
Confessions: Saturday :00 to S:00 and
7 00 to 8 00 p m. inurojp wii
Fridav 7:30 p m
Miraculous Medal Novena and sU-
ih r.ross: Friday 7.00 p.m.
1 rui.ih am c ass: Mier a.o in..
Smidv
Convert Class:
6:30 p.m. Tuesday and
Thursday : .
ST.- THERtSA'S Cofoll
ouiiu. .... .....
Holy Day Massi 6:00 a.m. (It It falls
on Saturday-- :0 a.m.)
nrXhi,rn Class: 3:30 to 00 pm on
Confessions: :00 to 1:30 a m Sunday.
JOHN BAPTIST I)E I.A SALl.S
C.rnue lefevre
ST
Sundav Mas.scs: 6.30 and 8 30 a m
u.-i."i1ai Mass: 30 -Mon.i 1 ituf
Fri. and Sat First Friday mass: 6 d0 a in.
Holy Dav Masses: a.uw 1
" confessions: 3:30 to 4:30 and 7:00 to
8:00 pm, on Saturday
Miraculous ateoai .i'vwwi.
catecnism f
Convert Claw: Monday 7:30 ,,,.;
ST rHKRKSK'S La Beea
Sunday Mass: 7:00 a m
Hoiv Dav Mass: 5 30 pm
Confessions: Saturday 6:30 lo 1:30 p.m,
Thursday before First rnoay e w v
Catechism viass: s:u '?
Sacred Heart Novena : 7 00 0 m. on
Friday rh.irH
Convert t-iawi pv i.
ATLANTIC SIDE
ST. JOSEPH'S Colon
Sunday Masses: 8 00 and 95 a m.
Holy Day Misses: 5: and 1.00 a.n-
Confessions :' Saturday 4 00 to 5:00 and
7:00 to 8:00 p.m. ... .
Miraculous Medal Novena: Wednesday
c-irt vA 7-fifl n.m.
Sacred Heart novena: iriuay 1
'a..nn.w Kvenlnc Services 7:00 p.m
Convert Class: 7:15 p.m. on Monday
hicw. ri! Sundav 10.15 a.m. to
..... 3 (in n.m. to 4:00 p.m.
D.in.F.vnni)ton Of Most BleSS-
ed Sacrament all day, Reposition at 5:30
a.m. Saturday morning.
First Saturday Devotions to our Lady
I'inim n nn iiikli ui iiui ui v....-
Mnnrtavs ana inursuaya w
7:00 p.m. .'
Minirt'f.OI S MUD AL Cristobal
c-j.w MneEM 7 IMI. g nn nd 10:30 a.m
hav Masses: 6:00. "8:00 a.m. and
Confessions: Saturday 4:00 to 5:00 and
7 00 to 8 :00 p m. After Rosary each eve-
"'"!? .. : .nri
Miraculous ranw' ,uvc... ..
7:00 p.m. on Monday.
Catechism viass: Aiier a.m m.s.
SUFirst' Friday Exposition all day during
the School Year. ...
First Saturday: mass at e:uu am.
nOLY FAMILY CHURCH MargarlU
Sunday Masses: 7:00 and 1:30 a m.
Holy Day Masses: 6:00 a.m. and 5:15
P'P' ..... .... j n .nn (n
(Joniessions n.w iu u.vu mu ,1 ,vv w
8 1)0 p.m. Saturday.
Miraculous meaai rrovena : 1 .uu ijui
on Monday.
Church History uroup every iuet.ua
at 7:30 p.m.
Teen-Aage uun; i .w p.m. on n eiuiea-
day-
Catechism Class: a:on p.m. vnursaay.
1n.1i FriHuv Devnt inns: 7:00 Dm,
Innuirv-Discussion Grdup every Fri
day 7:30 p.m.
ST. VINCENTS Rainbow City
Sunday, Massess: 6:30 a.m. and 1:00
a.m.
Holy Day Masses: 6:00 a.m, and 6:00
p m.
Confessions: 4:00 to 5:00 and 7:00 to
8:00 p.m. Saturday.
Catechism Class: 10:45 a m. on Sunday.
Convert Clas every Monday at 7:00
p.m.
Miraculous Medal Movent: 7:00 p.m
on Tuesday.
Sacred Heart Novena : 7 :00 p.m. on
Friday. .... .;
IMMACULATE CONCEPTION Gallia
Sundav Mass: 8:15 a.m.
Hoiv Day Mass: 5:00 p.m." '
Confessions: 6:30 to 7:00 p.m. on Sat Saturday.
urday. Saturday. Catechism Class: 4:00 p.m. on Monday.
OUR LADY OF GOOD COUNSEL
Gamboa
Sundav Masses: 7:00 and 8:30 am..
Holy Day Masses: 6:00 a.m. and 5:00
p m
Confusions Saturday at 7:00 P.m.
and
after all evening devotions.
Baptisms by appointment.
Miraculous Meual novena: 7:00
on Tuesday.
pm
Sacred Heart Novena: 7:00 p.m
on
Friday.
Sunday School: 3:30 p.m. on Sunday.
Reliaious Instruction Class for Clnl
dren: 4:00. p.m. on Thursday.
Religious instruction tor adults (Lon,
ducted in Spanish): 7:00 p.m on Morr
day. ;

y sji

Episcopal
The It ev S. Heber Goodts, B T.D
Buhoe
Th Vrj Bev. M Richard MtcDowla
1 ANlti CJI
THU CATH1DRAL Of ST. LIKE
SUNDAYS i.
30 a-M holy Communion. ':
ft ao a hi Santa Communion (4tb Sun-
oay).
I.I J it.. Church School.
8 .4A s m. tscuela Dominical.
,100'aui. Morning Prayer and Sermon
Holy Communion. iFirst Sun-
oay).
7:00 pro. Evening Prayer and Sermon
8 30
7:00 pis
8 00 a m
8 30 a re
Holy Communion.
Evening Prayer.
HOLY DAYS
Holy Communion.
Holy Communion.
WA1LI.. '. .:''
8:15 am, Morning Prayer.
12:00 Mi '-da Missionary Praytra.
CHLRCH Of OIR SAVIOUR
Ihird Street. New Cristobal
T)ie Rev. Milton A. Cookson. Pastot
SljNDAYb
Holy Communion ......... 7 :30 -a m
Church School ........... I JO a.u
Morn i.s Prayer
and Sermon .............. 11 00 a.m
(First Sundav. Holy Communion I
Vesper Service and
Youtn Fellowship ........ (00 p.m
WEDNESDAYS
Holy Communion ,.,.., .t 8:30 ara
Choir Rehearsal .- 7:30 p.m
A House of Praver tor an people.
COCOLI
Chunk of 81 Aadreet
The Rev. William W. Balawio
SUNDAY?
Holy C'ommumon.
Familv Pravor and Church
Sphool
9:30 a.m.
Morning Prayer ana emon
11 sjb
IHC first Sunday in Month).
Evening Praver. 7:30 p.m.
Weekday Prver 8:00 a.m
. COROXA1.
tioud Shepbatd
Th- Rev. Clarence v. nayte
t.W us avarv Friday; Morouii Pray
er;
(H.U rtioae
OAMBOA
fit Simon's Chunk
The Rev. John Spear, Priest in Cnarge
SUNDAYS ...
Mornicf .Prayer, 1st ana ra,
sunftiivs
10:30 a m
Mniv communion ana
mon, 2nd and 4tb Sundays
10:30 a m
Sunday acnooi
Youth Fellowship
Evening Prayer .... -..(;.
MONDAYS!
(Jills' Friendly Society ...
WEDNESDAYS A
Evening Prayer and Sermon
THURSDAYS
llnlv t.(.rr.mi:nlon
3:00 p.m
5:00 p.m
7:00 pm
6:00 p.m
7:00 p m
1:00 a.m
Woman's Auxiliary) 2nd and
4th Thursdays
LA BOCA
' St. Peter's Church
T JO p.m
The Rev. John Spear. Priest In Charge.
SUNDAYS ...
flin,i Fnnhar f anrt nfrmon I Ul B.IR,
Morning Prayer, and Church School
IP 00 am.
Children ivucnarisi, ara aunuaya i
am..
Holy Baptism 5:00 p m.
Kvensong and Sermon 7 -SO nm,
JJONUAM- THRU SATURDAYS
Hoiv Ciinmuinon ...... .. i:o a.m,
Evening Prayer
voivt Sufiirrbvs. Coniuline
7.00 p.m.
1st TUESDAYS. 3rd MONDAYS
Wotnat. t Auxiliary, . .... ., 1 ov p ro
MARGARITA
' Church of SI. Margaret
Cornei i t Fjsrjave Ave.. Brazos Blvd.
The Kiv Milton A. Cooksoa. Pastor
SUNDAfS
8:30 aii cnurcn scnooi
8 -30 am Morning Prayer and Sermon
fist Sundays, Holy Communion)
4 30 o m. Confirmation Instructions
fALU StCI- .
( bi.rrh l Th Holy Ivaiturim
Ven L. B, Shirley. Archdeacon
Every Monday 1:30 em Holy Com Com-11
11 Com-11 union
PARAISO
St. Alban'i Church
Tin Rev. David A. Osborne,
n: 1H rl.n-,A
SUNDAY
6:00 a.m. Holy communion.
8 00 a.m. Choral Eucharist Sermon
12:00 -inoi Infant Baptism
3 .00 n ;n. Church School
(held ir, Building 131)
5:00 p.m. Youth Fellowship
7:M) 'ni. Evensong and Address.
7.30 pm. woman Auxiliary ana Al Altar
tar Altar Guild Meeting.
n PANAMA CITY
St. Paul' Church
The Vrn Lemuel B. Shirley, Rector
The Rev. Fiti R. Atwell. Deacoa ;
SUNCAVo
t on am. Rune Eucharist A Sermon
10:45 a m Morning Prayer-and Church
School
12:00 nocr Holy Baolism
7:00 :.m Solemn Vespers
TUESDAYS
g ill) a mv Holy Communion
WEDNESDAYS
:00 mv Holy Communion
7:00 p.m. Evening Praver
THURSDAYS AND FRIDAYS
8:30 t m Hoiv Communion
HOLY DAYS
- 6 00 am. Holy Communion.
CHKIS1 CHURCH Mt-THE-SRA
i -Kpuropal
Colon. R de P
(Opposite Hole' Washington!
The Vn, Malnert i. Petersen. Rector
The Rev Henry A. Blake
Associate Rector
SUNDAYS
1:00 m Holy Communion
100 am Choral Eucharist tnd Sermon
10:30 am Church School Session
7:30 om Solemn Evensong and Ser
mon .
100 a.m. Holy Communion
7 -30 o.rri Evening Praver and Sermon
1:30 nm-Adult Confirmation Clas
.. THURSDAYS ... ..,.
1:00 om Piavet Guild.
FRIDAYS
1.-0(1 tin Children'" Eucharist
SATURDAYS
10:00 a.m Junior Confirmation ciast
7 JO om. Cnmnllne nrf Meditation.
HOLY DAYS
-M a.m. Holy Communion.
RAINBOW CITY
Chnrth of St. Mary. he Vlrgla
. The Ven. Mamert J. Peterson,
Priest in Charge
The R John A. Spauiiiisg. Deacet
SUNDAYS
Sung Eucharist ........... 7:30 am
' Cliurih School 9:45 a.m.
Evens-'n and Sermon .... 7:30pm
WKDNFSDYS v
F.vrnvnj and Sermon .... 7:30 p.m.
THURSDAYS
Hoiv Communion: .7:00 tm.
. GATUN
, Si. George' thurck
The Ven. Mainert J. Peterson.
Priest in Charge
The Kv. John A. Snauiying. Deacet
1st AND 3rd SUNDAYS
Hoiv (tnimunion ...... '. 1:30 t.m
2nd ANr 4th SUNDAYS
Mom.rg Praver
and Serrron ', 9:30 a.m
Church School, each Sun, 10:30 t.m.
KIO All A JO
M ChrLsiMpber'i Church
( Si Parone I efevrt
Th Rev Clarence W. Hay,
Priest in Charge
Hiru rnniinuntn, imi rn
Sunday Sihool ,...f 10:30 t.m.
Baolvm tr p.m no A u
lay- "- i
Cveiimt fravei tfibl Srudv om
i and Srd Sunrisva
Woman Auxiiiar trio ttf Sunotv
oo p m

Oih:r Churchy
CHURCH OF THF ZAKENfe

Anco". C Z.
Minister: Rev. timet 0
Ntlsos
Box ;8, Ancou.
C.i
bundy &ejiocl
... 9:45 a.rr
fttornmji Worship
Voutn aervica ......
Evening beivjoa ....
N i M.S. bervict ....
Praver Meeting. Wed
10 ji! a m
t 7:04 o m
7:o pm
AVIO.NAL B.tPliST I HI HI. U
Panama H P., 23rd btrfet tast
Rev. S. Brow a. Umittei -SUNDAY:
Divine Worship ........... t:S0 a.m
Sunday tusut i:4 u:ti:
nib roA ct l Sunaa acuuui
1:00- a.m.
' JKHOVAHS WITNESSES
Meetings Thursdays at 7:30 pm. ant
Sundays V 4:00 pm. Wirz Memorial
06 aSAlrxa Road. Balboa.
CHI RIB OP JV819 CHRIST
OF LATItR-DA SALVTS (Moreson)
Sunday meetings in the JWB-UbU. L
Boca Koad. Balbua. Primary and Priest
hood 8:30 a m. MetinJ. Sunday School,
2$ a m.; Sacrament Meeting, iu:ou ajn
Atlantic Branch
Building 2no, Schooihouse Road.
. Gatun, Canal Zone.
lelephOnt, Gatiin 364 or Cristobal 2897
Sunday scuooi lv.tv a m. aunaay aac-
ement Meeting 6:30 p.m. Prieshood
Meeting 6:30 p.m. Wednesday Prinary
30 p.m. Vi ednesday Keiiet society meet
ing as announced.
. vuavnub rsuiuiaai
CHURCH
Jlev. Paul Holloway. Pastor :
V Office, Curundu 5105
Home, Curundu 7116
Sundav School .......... 1:45
Morning Worship ........... 11 a.m.
Youth Meeting 6 p.nv
Evening Worship 1 p.m.
' OLD CA rHOLIl CHURCH
St. Raphael Ike Archaagel
13th 8t Weat No 1
Holy kucharist: Sunday '. 1:30 am.
luesdavi Wedntsdav and rhurdav
6:30 a.m. : ..
Sacrament ot unction (Healing ser
vice 1 Fhrst Sundav of, etcb moms ai
7 JO o.m '..
Moum Uallbel. Chrtstlae Ckorck
Panama R P
Kt Rev T j'iie, 0. D Buthoc
officiating
Jnrnina devotio a' ........ :(
Fellowti.ir. 'VorshiD at 11 00 m.
iundav Scaonl at w Pm
Uiviut Service ai 1J0 9M
MAHA'I C'PNTFB
BAHAI'S tf.MKR
..: 54 First Street
Urbniaacl6n El Carmen, Panama City
li.tormai Talks tnd uiscussion
Tbursdavs ............... 1 . 8 00 p.a
Colin, 8th A Front StreeU
(upsiaict America Bauar)
Sludy Cie. ... ..Thursdays. 00 p re
BETHEL MISSION CHURCH
Espalaba St.. Paralso, CZ.
Rev Waldaba H. Slew art, Paster
Sunday: 11:00 t.m. Worship Service.
3:00 p.m. Sunday School.
7:15 p m- Gospel Service.
'Monday : 7:30 Young People'! Society.
Wednesday: 7:30 Mid-week Christian
Fellowship.
Thursday : 8 :oo cnoir nenearsai.
Friday: 7:30 Women' Missionary So
ciety. .."'
THE CHURCH OF GOD
7031 Eighth Street Colon 1
Rev. G. W. Grandison, Pastor
Sunday- Schol 1:30 I m.
Morning Worship 10:30 a.m.
Niglit Service .. :30 p.m.
, FIRST CHURCH OF COD
Cor. Jamaica and Trinidad SI.
Rainbow City, Canal one
. Re. (. W." Grandison.; Pastor
Mnrmne IV'oi'shin ........ :00am.
ISunday School i..'.. 10:30 a.m.
Night service . ..v, .. 1 u p,m.
THE CHURCH OP GOD
New Providence -. i
Mrs. Maude Hir.es, Pastor
Sunday School . .. 10:00 a.m.
Morning worsnip ji .i e.m,
Night Service 7:30 p.m.
J THE CHURCH OF GOD
Panama City
Cor. "V and Mariano Arosemena Stv
Rev. Wm. J. Johnson, Pastor
Sunday School ,. ....,...., 1:M m
Morning Worsnip ....v..,;.. ivoo
Niglit service ........ ..... v1"
THE CHURCH OF GOD Ro AbtJ
Monle Oscuro Bd. lJth St.
Rev. Wis, J. Johnson, Pastor
Sundav Schoo 9:30 t.n.
Morning Worship ........... H:J0 m-
Night Service .............. 7:30 pm.
"CHt'RCB Or THE FOURSQUARE
. GOSPEL
(Full Gospel)
BALBOA
At ReUcca' Lodge. Balbot Hod tt
La Boci Rd. Rev. and Mr, Carl v.
Thompsoii Pastor ,..,
-Sundf.V' School .......... 1:30 a. m
' Mornli'V Worship 1j:30 t. m.
RAINBOW CITY
Corner Randolph and Klamouth St.
Bev ti.d Mrs. T. J. Tuttle Paator
Mr Paul Bryson. Asst. Paator
Phone 3-2398
Sundav School ............ :S0 a. m.
Morning V orshlp ..........11:00 a. m.
Evangells'ic Service 7:30 p. m.
Tuts. Gwiel tervice ...... .7:30 p. m
Thurs. hr-Jiish Service .... 7:30 p
CHURCH OP GOD (Pentecostal)
Rev. B E. Watson, Overseer
Phone 6-48, Box 253. Gamboa
Churches at Ptraiso, CZ. (Rev. tnd
Mrs. Hermtn G. Whyte), Col6n. RP.
(Rev. Fernando Lorence). Rio Abajo
itev: and Mr. Charles Havneil. anc1
Cativi (Rev. and Mrs. Clifford Greaves).
Sunday tnd weekday services at all
churches.
Posts and Bases
PACIFIC SIDE
Protestant
FORT AMADOR
Sunday School
: Morning Worship
Church-Time Nursery School.,
9:00
10.00
10:00
FU It 1 ULAIiUn
bunday School (Building No.
128) ..; ..i
Morning Worship
Wednesday Evening Prayer Meet
9:00
10:15
1:30
ing ana Biote Class .,..,.....
FORT KOBBE
Sunday School (Building, No
711) ............ ...'.;., ......
Morning Worship
Evening Worship
,1:30
10:45
:30
ALBROOK AIR FORCE BASE
Sunday School
Adult Bible Class (NCO.Club)..
"9:30
9:30
Morning Worship 8:15 ft 10:45
Youth Fellowship 8:30
Eevtntne Worslvin 7:30
TJS. NAVAL STATION", Rodman.
Sunday School 1:30
Morning Worship .11:00
Hoiv Communion First Sunday
of Month I
15th ND HEADQUARTERS CHAPEL
Hoiv Communion ( Eoiscooal ) . 7:30
Morning Worship 9:1)0
Holy Communion First Sunday
of Month)
Catholic
FORT AMADOR
Daily Ma it i ,.
Sunday Masses .... .1:30 A
Confession. Saturday ...6:ri0 ft
Sunday ...8:30 ft
FORT CLAYTON
Daily Mass
Sunday Masses ....... ...7 45 ft
Contcssien. Saturday ...7,30 ft
Sunday Mass
FORT KOBBE '
Saturday Mass
Sunday Masses 7:00 ft
Spanish .....'
9:00
:45
9:00
8:00
10.30
Conie-iions, Satuidav
No. 711) .".
(Building
...7:00 ft
'COTIOZAI.

Lists Accomnlishmcnts In '55

The Rainbow City Citic Council

, today listed its accomolihmensl
for ISjo, "made possible by Gov
iSevbold and his-administration."

The accomphshements were list-
as follows;
January 1?5$
InstallatioQ of concrete drain
axe along Buildings ino. ooo 10
6U8 to eliminate water puddles on
sidewalk.
2. Representation at tne lanama
Railroad centennial.
Ftbroiry 1SS
1. Expansion of School Library
discussed and favorable reply
2. Meeting the Vice President of
.the United States ana wrs. imauu
Ion whistle-stop train. i
3. Assurance given tnai wiou
are being made to obtain the ser services
vices services of a qualified specialist, on
a full-time basis for the E.E.N.T.
Clinic at Coco Solo Hospital.
4 Sponsorship of program hon honoring.
oring. honoring. William Jump upon h i s
completion of 50 years of Pana Panama
ma Panama Canal service. Rainbow City
-Gym.
March IMS
1 "inntavai nf three non-cences-
sionaire public buses entering the
Coco Solo Hospnai Kiouuus.
, April l
1. Representation at the 'fare
well caU on Lt. Governor H. y.
Paxson. ,
o iccurnnp that the canton
ment quarters in our community
will be maintained for some in indefinite
definite indefinite period to come.
May IMS.
1 snnnsnrshin of program' honor
ing Mr. and Mrs. Roscoe Haimng
on the eve of their departure from
An'r rntmnunitv.
2. Program to provide more
......hmii activities aired at
! monthly shirt-sleeve conference
June 1M5
t.,-i,..,UA rnlv nf lone-range
plans to replace old desk stand
r..'ainhnnes with the newer
monophone type instrument.
2. Installation of "stop si
sign
Jamaica-Trinidad intersection.
3 InstallaUon of guard raU
Chagres play area.
July 1M5
-1 Erection of Shelter at 15lh.
Street Bug Stop on Bolivar Avenue,
ALBROOK AIR FORCE BASE
Daily Mass :
:00
7:00
11:45
7:00
"Saturday :
Sunday Masses ...
. ,7 .45 f A
Spanish ;
U S. riAVAL STATION. Rodman
Daily Mass ..,,.....
Sunday Masa
' Jewish
'400
9 30
FORT KOBBE
2.00
3:30
7:30
Saturday
ALBROOK AIR FORCE BASE
.Saturday
USO-JWB (Balboa)
Friday
ATLANTIC SIDE
..'.... Protestant '..
FORT DAVIS
i 45
1100
7.30
Sunday bcnooi
Morning Worship
Midweek Fellov.hip, Thursday.
FORT GUL1CK
9 45
11:00
:00
Sunday Scnooi
Worshio
Youth Fellowsltip. Sunday
U.S. NASAL STATION, Coco Solo
Sunday School
Morning Worship
Holy Communion First Sunday
of Month) .
Ctthelie
Daily Mass
Sunday Mass ..... .......
Confessions, Sunday ... ....
1:30
11:00
7:30
1:30
1:45
FORT GUt-ICK
Daily Mass ................
Sunday Mass
Spanish 'V:;'-."
Confessions, Saturday ...1:00 Ic
U S. NAVAL STATION, Coco Solo
Daily Mass
Sunday Masa
COCO SOLITO ;
7:00
7:45
9:45
7:00
7:00
9:00
7:30
sunaay Mas v.................
Jewish
FORT GULICK
Tuesday .....
7:15
v.'.. -"
Sevsnth Oay
Advtntist
Weekly Service In all Cburcbe
a follow: :
SATLKDAV:
Sibbath School, :30 a m Divine Serv
ice, 11:00 a.m. Youth' Meeting, 4:30 o.m
SUNDAV: Bible Lecture. 7:30 p.m,
WEDNESDAY: Bible Study tnd Prayer
Service :30to.ra -Pacific
Side Panama A Haibot
District Pastor W.JI. Waller
ITel. 'ii 3-5843)
' Caho Verde, Ave J P. de it Ossl No
7 Pantmi tio. 2. Jamaica Society Hall
"S" St. No. 3. Chorrillo, ilitb St. Na 7
Pueblo Nuevo, 2-A St between 3rd tnd
Hh St. Rio Abajo, 11th St. No. 27
Balboa Chapel, 0&44 Gtvilan Rd Balboa
(Saturday onlvi
SiMiiish Churche- Panama A Cristobal
Uistrict rasior suwi nuiz
Panama, Calle Uarien Np t CriatObai
IStb bt ft Bolivar Ave.
Gamboa ft Frltole
District Pastor A. A. Grlzzl
(Tel. I 1021
Gamboa, Praitt Parkway rrllolea
Atlantic Sida Colon ft Cristobal
; District Pastor V. G. Newman :
ITel 88 128-Li
Colon. 3rd. St ft Central Av. Crlstd
Ml, lbin St. It Bolivar Ave.
Jewis-i Welfare Board Bid 792-X Lt
Boca Rus.l, Balbot. C Z RKbbi Nathan
Vritkin. Lirector.
Hervtc Friday, 7:30 p.m. Saturday
5:30 d m
l (See u'o listings of Jewish services
7 'io ur.Cer pou Base ana &tat,ons).
Congi tR.ihon Kot Shearith Israel. Av
nlaa Cb- tnd Stith btreet, Bella Visit
Panama .City Services 8:00 p.m.
IMI REEDEMER I.UTII' RAN CHURCH
9:001. Balboa Road
J .00 Rev. W. M Czamanske, Paster
I Sunday School, Bible class 9:00 t.m
1:30! Divine Service 10:15 a m.:

wtt t-.il

I Divine Service tt Margarita Sunday
.so ; p i.

2. Approval of four public buses;
entcrir.? Hich Street and Mesai

Verde Stret't, Gatun.
3. Representation at the fare farewell
well farewell for Norman. F. Johnson, Em-i
ploye and Labor Relations officer.'
tiaiboa lletguts. i
August ;MS
1. Installation of two benches at
the Second Class section at Mount
Hope station.
2. Erection of shelter at Mindi.1
Pairy bus stop on the east side of
Bolivar Highway.
3. Installation of playground fa facilities
cilities facilities at Camp Bicrd residential
area.
Septtmbtr IMS
1. "Our Town" featured Jn Pa Panama
nama Panama Canal Raview.
2. Consideration given to-request
to have payroll deductions extend-:
ed somewhat rather than having
relatively heavy deductions made
from one pay check,
a. Establishment of first-aid sta
tion a; Camp Coiner area.
4. Commendation Letter sent to
Cristobal Police Division and Ga-
leb Clement, P. C. river, for utmost
concern displayed in the recovery!
of the body of little Rudolph Aik-;
man.
5. New Cristobal local-rate re residents'
sidents' residents' status discussed, i
r-- ' '
Novtmber 1955
.:;. ". ',:.,;.. 4 '.'" "."
1. Acceptance of Branch Libra Library
ry Library in our community on bekalf of
residents, -KainDow uiy uym.-
2. Attendance at the Ferdinand
DeLesseps sesquicentennial cele
bration. -Balboa Heights,
3. Installation of two permanent
"School Crossing" signs at each
anproach of the Camp Bierd cros
sing an Bolivar Highway, and
erection of two Mobile signs in the
center of the highway at each ap approach.
proach. approach. ('. ,. ,,.' "'.'..' "'"..'.
- Decimbtr IMS
1, Sponsorship of nrosram, 'Yu-
letule Lommunitv h.n?
With the permission and under
the direction of the commissary
Division Management, two tours
were conducted In the month of
June throuph the industrial areas
at Mount Hope.
A Community clean up cam-
paingn is at present been planned,
A
m
men can
YOU'LL CO 'NUTTY OVER
FILBERT CANDY RECIPES
By GAYNOR MADDOX
NEA Food and Market Editor
From the Northwest come these
pleasant recipes using filbert nut,s.
: Pinucha Filberts
Two cups- toasted whole filberts,
1 cup brown sugar, ; few grains
sa't, V-i cur water.
Combine brown suear. salt and
water. Bring to a boil. Boil for 2
mrmil.es. Remove from heat, add
filberts. Stir unt'l syrun looks
cloudy and ft firm. Place on
waxed paper or on a buttered clat clatter
ter clatter and break the nuts apart.
Filbert Fudge
A batch of filbert fudee is ready
in inst. a few minutes, if vou use a
prepared chocolate fudge mix and
stir into it Vi cup loastea mueris,
Filbert Fondant Roll
I One and one-half cups filberts,
nnunrl nowfierea' suear. cup
melted butter or margarine, few
grains salt, lteaspoon vanilla, 5
to 3 tablespoons cream or evapo
rated milk.
Tnast filherts and chop corasely
Add sugar and salt gradually, to
moitorl hutter. Add vanilla and
orpam eraduallv and mix well.
ciir in i run filberts and shape
intn tm?. Roll in remaining half
oun filherts which may be more
finely chopped, if desired. (This
can he made, in advance as the
flavor Improves with ripening.)
(a

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Uogcther on Robins Jairett's chickens and fell together Jarrett
; was ready for them with his rifle on his Athens, Ga.. farm, getting
'; them with two consecutive shots. Chicken hawks seldom have
! wing spreads 'of more than 56 mihes, tut both ol Ihese spreai.
i almost 59 inches. ...

The Paciiic Slesm KsvlqsIIsn Cc:rr
INCORPOKATED BI ROYAL CHARTER 1840
Royal Mail Lines Lid.
FAST FREIGHT AND PASSENGER SERVICES
BETWEEN EUROPE AND WEST COAST
OF SOUTH AMERICA ;
TO COLOMBIA, E.CUAOOR, PERU AND CHILE
M.V. "SANTANDFR" Jan- 11 3
S.S. 'FLAMENCO'' Jan. U
TO UNITED- KINGDOM VIA
STRAITS OF MACALLAN, MONTEVIDEO. RIO DE
JANEIRO. LAS PAI.MAS, LISBON. VIGO, CUIU S A
AND LA PALI-ICE.
M.V. "REIN A DEL PACIFIC O" (1)1.000 Tons) .Jan. 31
TO UNITED KINGDOM DIRECT y,
S.S. "Cl'ZCO" Jan. ?
S.S. "KENETA" .Jan. Z
ROYAL MAIL LINES LTD.H0LLAND AMERICA LIM:
TO NORTH PACIFIC PORTS 1
S.S. "ABBEDYK" Jan. 13
S.S. "PARAGUAY" Jan. 19
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S.S. "LOCH COWAN"
S.S. "BERBICE"
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All Sailings Subject to Change Without Notice
PACIFIC STEAM NAVIGATION CO., Cristobal Tel.? 16545
(PANAMA Ate, Pern 55. Tel. S-12571
FORD CO INC i BALBOA Term Bldg.. Tel. 2-1905

UNITED FRUIT COMPANY

New Orleans Service

Great White Fleet

S.S. "SIXAOLA"
S.S. "AENOS" .'.
S.S. "YAQUR"
S.S. AGGEIISKORG"
S.S. "SANTO CERRO"
S,S. "MARNA" ........
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S.S. YAQUE"
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Also Handling Refrigerated and Chilled Cargo

New York Service
s.s.
S.S.
S.S.
S.S.
S.S.
"SAN JOSE"
"PARISMINA"
"OTTA"
"FRA BFRLANGA"
"LLMON"
A Steamer
S.S. "COMAYAGUA" .... 1

Weekly sailings of twelve passenger ships to New.
York, New Orleans, Los Angeles, San Francisco
; and Seattle.
Special round trip fares from Cristobal to New
. York, Los Angeles, San Francisco and Seattle.
To New York .'. $240.00
To Los Angeles and San Francisco . .$270,00
To Seattle .$365.00

TELEPHONES:

IRrSTOBAL 2121

MY FRIENDS' .,.
There will be an interruption of electric current
on Sunday. January 8 between the hours of 2
a.m. and 7 a.m. in the following sections:
The area between Victoriano Lorenzo, 11th
Street West, 'B" Street and 12th Street West.
The area between 13th Street West, 16th
Street West, Avenue 'Los Poetas" and 4-'G"
Street.
Compania Panamena de Fuerza y Luz ia
constantly working to improve your service,
So that you are not greatly Inconvenienced,
necessary interrrptions will b'n held to a minimum.

YOUR FRIEND,

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COMMERCIAL &
PROFESSIONAL
CANAL ZONE POLYCLINIC
DENTAL-MEDICAL
nr. C. P. rbrf I Or. AvIU Jr.
D.D.S. Georgeowa University) M.D
TlvH ( of July Ave.. No. I1AJ4
(opposite Anton School Harru
Tel. 2-2011 Panama.
J RETIREMENT. LIFE
EDUCATION INSURANCE
i JIM RWGE
I fhone Panama -0552
1 TRANSPORT!! BAXTER. S A.
' "Pocket '. Shipper Mvr
J Phcnrt 2-2451 2-2562,
H learn Riding at
?! I PANAMA RIDING SCHOOL
I ; Riding fir Jumping clot doily
5. 3 to 5 a.m. mono i-vlii
or by appointment.
I "We liP 'l our Flinre"
BOD-REUUClNG .
1 fmou MrLevy Machine
' edlh Mettiag Steam Bath
' : tor male and female
0RTEPED1A NACIONAL
' i. in. CUnllet
' 8 Juslo Aroriemena Ph. J-2217 If
HARNETT & DUNN
1' A ( HARM SCHOOL SUITC HI
I B'l 2-iZii or Panama -!
1 Studio El Panama Hotel
ll:v fkcin:c Bridge;
C:!!:d Wind Prooi
:.v..;.v.w: I
ST. IfiNACE, Mich. (I IM
The $100,000,000 Machinac Bridfie:
v iJ! be able lo withstand "any galei
or hurricane; that can. conceivably ;
occur," its designer said. i
Dr. D. B. Sleinman of New York
cu'wl thp fiup-milp snail "will stand:
like the Rock of Gibraltar" after
it is completed in November, 1937.
Ktnimnan snirf the bridge's 552-
t,,ii main tnwfri unrfl ItnillOVed 1VI
winds of 78 miles an hour' during j
a recent storm even though they
were not yet entirely rivneu or;
y,elKhtcd by the compieica unuge
stniclure.
' ?'Thcy withstood the stwni with
strength to spare," Sleinman said.
Tt'e 76-niilean-hour winds were
wifiiin two miles per hour of the
hiniifst velocities ever recorded at
the Straits of Mackinac.
Ysr llcrcss Honored
YJiSi Ft. Sill Harass
FORT SILL. Okla. (UP) The
names of a number of war heroes
have been given to buildings and
roads. at the guided missile and
artillery center here. ".
A post museum has been named
WcLain Hall, in honor of the late
Lt. Gen. Raymond S. McLain,
Oklahoma City.. The officers slu slu-dunt
dunt slu-dunt lounge was named Gaffey
Hall, in memory of Maj. Gen.
Hugh J. Gaffrey, turner command commander
er commander of the Second Armored Division.
'Artillery officers whose names
were given to post roads include
Lt. Howard Joseph Wollf, Jr., Maj.
Atoysius Harvey, u. u. tuwmj
Vli'uil Kerr. Lt. Col. Klmer Johnj
Vm.Mor Rri. Gen. William Or
lando Darby, CoK George A. Had Had-Mt'll,
Mt'll, Had-Mt'll, Col. George D. Vanture, Lt.
Col. Harry J. Harper, Maj. Thomp Thompson
son Thompson B. Maury Maj. Stanley B
isonner, Lt. Col. Frederick G. Ter Ter-rf,
rf, Ter-rf, Lt. Col. John B. Daly, Lt. Col.
P.huI S. Thompson, Col. Irwin R.
sihimmelpfcnning, Lt. Col. .Wil .William
liam .William II. lsbell, Jr.,. Col. Halstead
Fowler and Lt. Col.. James Co-
sUiin.
'.
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'BROOKINGS. SD. (UP) A
1'rookings sixth grade teacher,
Mrs. Grace Kodee, was traveling
between Highmore and Harrald,
S.I), recently when her car had a
fiat tire. : 1 i
the was struggling with it alone
as' one ear passed her, then an an-fjilier.
fjilier. an-fjilier. Finally a third car ap-pi'c-ai'hcd
and stopped.
A man clad in hunting clothes
r.nd smoking a pipe offered to help
asked him where he was
and lie said Pirrre. .She
' i ".''-it ) d'.l "T v'lrt, in
J:. 'J hljIiL'.' WiiS Ul(; ll .j'.v-
!j.;kc;1 up and she recognized
; Joe I' osi;, Sviili Dakota's
Melal of Honor
t.vii:2 arc arid prcer.t gov-

LEAVE YOUR

L1BRERIA PRECIADO. LOUROES PHARMACY LEWIS SERVICE HOUSEHOLD EXCHANGE I FARMACIA EL BATURRO
1 Street N. U IUUCumhuUi' : Am. TivoU l. 4 J. Pe a I Oesa Ave. N. l faxejie Leievre t Street
Agendas Internal. d Publicacionet J?ARMAC1A LOMBARDO FARMACIA ESTADOS UNIDOS FOTO DOMY FARMACIA "SAS"'
t No 1 Latter; Plesa I Jm t "'. Street . 14) t'eatral Aveaii Jut JtroHwni At. u U II. Vu rams ut j
CASA ZALDO MORRISON FARMACIA LUX FARMACIA VAN-DER-DIJS NOVEDADES ATHIS
Central At, 4th ( July At J M. ih Cntnl Am M Street X. 11 V.a IVtpe&a Are.

FOR SALE
Household
FOR SALE: R.C.A. r.die-ph.-',
nograph console, automatic, 25-
cycle, perfect condition, $75.
hone Balboa 3214. r
FOR SALE: Philco radi cn cn-olt
olt cn-olt with rcor1 player, automa automatic,
tic, automatic, long playing, beautiful piac
f furniture, $150. Fcdcric
Boyd At. N. D-422.
FOR SALE: Very cheap, due t
trip: 2 bedroom ten, living (ton
f, dininf room t, ste, re refrigerator,
frigerator, refrigerator, air condition unit utad
on yar. Phon 2-3(05, Sunday
3-3367.
FOR SALE: Lot seat, 2 chain,
rattan fram, peel hack, Cush Cushions,
ions, Cushions, $40; bar mahogany 42x60
$20' Kobb 6244.
FOR SALE: Twin modern bdt
with night tables; brand new.
Otner household articlei. 10th
Strait 8063, Apt. 3. Colon. Tel Telephone
ephone Telephone 548.
FOR SALE: Living room teite,
wine, overstuffed, in good condi condition.
tion. condition. Platform rocker, end table
and lamps. Phon A lb rook 16 16-4198
4198 16-4198 Portion Offered
WANTEDr American beauty
operator. Y.M.C.A. Beauty Shop,
Balboa, C.Z. Phon 2-3677.
WANTED: $7TiTnTln"li7h
itertographer with operianc.
Permanent position, Bex 3205,
Panama, R.P.
WANTED: To hire 4 men to
fill position of floor guardi. Ex Experience
perience Experience required. Apply Balboa
Roller-Drome or call 2-1294.
WANTED:
Female Executive Executive-Type
Type Executive-Type Secretary
anil administrative aslstant,
bilingual: Nhorthand and
"I typing essential. 1
Apply afternoons to ;
. MARTIN. S. A.,
Ave. Justo Arosemena
No. 37-11.
fNnese Girl Joins
I! I Foster Molhor
.MILWAUKEE -(UP)-, A 21-
year-old Chinese jfirl has joined 1
ner loster mower alter a five-year
etiort to bring her to this country.
The foster mother, Mis.s Char Charlotte
lotte Charlotte Cobb of Milwaukee, reared
Young Lotus Blossom in China's
Kwang Tun Province while Miss
Cobb was doing Baptist missionary
work there. The child, whose Eng English
lish English name is Jessie Mae, aban abandoned
doned abandoned by her parents, was given
to .Miss Cobb's care ope day after
her birth. ,.
When Miss Cobb returned to this
country five years ago, Jessie Mae
was left in Hing King in a Baptist
school. The Chinese girl was finally
allowed to enter the United States
through efforts by Miss- Cobb and
her friends. 1
Tbs llnnfcd (an Fly
Bui Hot Ths Hunf
BUFFALO. N. Y. (UP) Hunt Hunting
ing Hunting geese- by airplane isn't quite
the sporting thing to do, two men
from Elm a found out to their sur surprise
prise surprise and sorrow. ,
Some '"g r o u ii d

obscrve'r'Ohioi 72. 1

noticed a plane buzzing south southbound
bound southbound flocks of geese with Edwin
J. Neubert and Gordon G. Fisher
aboard. They reported the incident
lo conservation officials and state
police. ;
, -r
It wasn't long after their "goose
pursuit plane" landed that author authorities
ities authorities located Edwin J. Neubert and
Gordon G. Fisher. They were ar arraigned
raigned arraigned before a justice of the
peace, who fined them $62.50 each
for illegal "hunting."
Plant Collection
Available To All
NORMAN, Okla. -(UP)-
Dr.
George Goodman, professor
Of
plant sciences and director of the
University of Oklahoma's, Bebb
Herbarium, can lav his fincer on

any of 125,000 varieties of plants. 84. ..
without hesitation, Rio Grande (Ohio) 98, Wilberforce
' !C5. '
Dr. Goodman also keeos hisl Ohio Unitj 98, Georgetown (Ky)
dcorj open to anyone else desiring; 79.
that experience. He has charge of) Adrian. 6:1. Oliver 59.
the largest collection of Oklahoma! SOUTHWEST
plants in the world. I'. Ouachita 102, Louisiana College
;.' 100. .
Goodman Rets his snecimensi FAR WEST

ri.j,n s,? r't-u.U r.t ftir
university. One of the bolter known'
contributors is Dr. George- L.
Cross, president of the university,.
nnrl aln inr-tim chairjiiiin ttf tbn
department ft plant H-jcmcs.

YOU CAN PLACE

AD WITH ONE
FOR SALE
Automobiles
FOR SALE: Attention South
American dealer, two 1955
Chevrolet. $2200 each. Phone
7-2247 or 14-3235.
FOR SALE
Boals & Motors
FOR SALE: 19-foot ailbat,
loop rig. Cell Belboa 302B aft after
er after 6 p.m.'
FOR SALE: Leaving toon and
will tell my boat very cfieap. 1 5
ft. with cabin and 16-hp. out outboard
board outboard motor, $275. Call Margar Margarita
ita Margarita 3-1644.
Help Wanted
WANTED.- Responsible maid,
general kutewrk. References.
English not- necessary. 212.A
Ancen, 2-6450.
WANTED: Eiprinced nurse nursemaid
maid nursemaid for 2 small children. Must
live in. Apply Edif icie Madura,
Apt. 4, El Cangrejo. Phon 3-
0905. k
FOR SALE
Krai Eftat
FOR SALE: Housei in Santa
Clare, fully furnished: Leaving,'
must sell. Phone (-441.
College Cage
Scores
SENIOR BOWL
ChaaiDionhinl
Spring Hill 69, Memphis Stite
65
(For 3rd)
." EAST ,"
Pitt 72, Columbia 58.' -St.
Johns (Bkn) 79. ProvirlMip
39
Colgate 2, Univ Puerto Rico
NYU Ut Ilartwick 78.
ftianhatlan 79,, St. Peters (NJ
Panzer 74, Bridgeport 66.
Uticg ,105, Albany (NY) Tchrs
85. '
Brockport 85, Mansfield (Pa) 66.
Merrimack 96, Suffolk 95.
Alderson-Broaddus 65. Bluefield
44.
Clark (Mass) 88. Fitchhuru
Tchrs 56.
West Va Tech 116, W Va Wes Wesley
ley Wesley an 90.
St. Ansclms 78, Plymouth Tchrs
61.. . .:. t
Indiana (Pa) 78, Carnegie Tech
72
Salem' (Mass) 89,
Boston Tchrs
73.
SOUTH
St. Louis 110, Louisiana. State 79,
Maryland 62, Geo.. Washington
48
. Tulane 72, Georgia 55? 1
Newberry 81 The Citadel 56.
Eastern Kentucky 88, Middle
Tenn 73.
Tenn W'esleyan 74. King '(Tenn)
60'.
' McCrary Eagles 88. High Point
65. ,.
Appalachian 83. Guilford 65.
Shepcrd (WVa) 89, Bridgewater
84.
Hampden Sydney ,79, West, Mai Mainland
nland Mainland 66. ,'
S. Union (Ala) 80. West Georgia
55.
Fort Knox 89,. Kentucky Wesle Wesle-yan
yan Wesle-yan 84.
Centre 81, Union (Ky) 74..
Meicei 77, Wofford 70..
Presbyterian 89, Col of Chsiles Chsiles-ton
ton Chsiles-ton 55.
Lenoir Rhyne 93, Western t'aro
lma J4.
N. j Carolina Col.' M,. Virginia
State 5,9. ' '
MIDWEST. ,
Da; ion 68, Duquesne. 52. ?.
Western Kentucky 73, X a v I r
Evanxviiie 94, Indiana siaie so.
Indiana Central 78, Wabash 70.
Wheaton 77,' Lake Forest (111)
76.
111. Weslevr' 100, N:- Central
(111), 81. 1
Plattsville 105, Winona' .(Minn)
99.. -. ;
. Great Lakes. 97, Chicago Tchrs
31.' 1
Whitewater-74,-Caroll (Wis 65
Rockhurst 62, William Jewell CI.
Warrensburg (Mo) 60, Lincoln
(Mo) 59. ,
Midland (Neb) 70, KearneV 66.
Southern (SD) ,99, Yankton 84.
Minot 121, Valley City '(SD) 79.
Detroit Tech 80, Wu'irloo (Ont)
47. -'
Central St. (Ohio) 90, .Blufflon
pyg
Wright Patterson A F B 96,
Wilmt'on 91. '
Capital 84, 'Wittenberg 81.
Anderson 90, Oakland City (nd)
Srsh'.e f" Gonaea.73
Ricks (Id)
5.B.
San Dicso
7?
81, Eastern Montana
St. 91, Los Angeels
Wbit:
SI. Central Wash 79

YOUR" AD AT 14

OF OUR AGENTES
FOR RENT
Apartments
ATTENTION 6. I.t Jutt built
meder turaiihid Mrtmnts, I,
2 badioomt, hot, cld v t a,
Phn Paaema 3-4941.
FOR RENT: 2-bedroem apart apartment,
ment, apartment, bat water. Ricarde Arias
Street, Camp Alegre. Inajuir
37th Street No. 4-23.
FOR RENT: Nicely furnished
one-bedroom apartment in Av.
Peru, facing the park. Phonos
3-0746, 3-3099.
FOR RENT: Modern two-bedroom
apartment, prth, living living-dining
dining living-dining rom, maid's and laun laundry
dry laundry rom, screened, hot water.
For further detail please 'call
3-4946. 3-6737.
FOR RENT: Furnished apart apartment,
ment, apartment, $45. North American"
.neighbors, heme comforts. Tel Telephone
ephone Telephone 3-0471.
FOR RENT:-Complet furnish furnished
ed furnished apartment, cool. 52nd Street
No. 21-4, Camp Alegre. Phone
3-6398.
FOR RENT: Modern apart apart-meet,
meet, apart-meet, recently buijt, 2 bed bed-rooms
rooms bed-rooms and maid's 'room, $85.
Phone 3-2057 or 3-3356.
FOR RENT: Modern two-bedroom
apartment, maid's room,
hot wafer, ell screened, beautiful
view in La Crista. Call 3-1899.
' FOR RENT: ldl f.r a bacfie bacfie-,i
,i bacfie-,i lor or s coupl: 1 -bedroom apart apartment,
ment, apartment, very modem, hot water,'.
all screened, near the El Panama
Hotel. People leaving the apart apartment
ment apartment ere selling at. -reasonable
price refrigerator and Steve. Call
3-3421..
'FOR RENT: Furnished apart apart-ment,
ment, apart-ment, military Inspected. Via Po Porta
rta Porta No. 99. Phon 3-2068.
FOR RENT: Apartments, $25
and $55, at 2nd Street No. 6.
Vista Hermosa. Phon 3-6626.
FOR RENT: 1 -bdrom apart apart--
- apart-- ment, sitting-dining room, kitch kitchen,
en, kitchen, private bathroom. San Fran Francisco,
cisco, Francisco, Uth Street N. 61.
FOR RENT: Modern apartment
2 bedrooms, all screened, maid's
room, safe playground for chil chil-dren.
dren. chil-dren. Call Do la Lastra, Panama
3-2086.
FOR RENT: Furnished apart apartment,
ment, apartment, '. living-dining room, two) -bedrooms,
refrigerator, gas stove.
Bella Vista 43rd Street No. 64.
FOR RENT: Apartment 3 bed bed-teem
teem bed-teem in la Create $135. Call
Panama 3-5414.
Air Conditioning"
Tycoons Planning
Your '56 Summer
NEW YORK MUP) While pou
huddle around a heater to keep
warm, the air conditioning indus industry's
try's industry's been huddled around a draw drawing
ing drawing board to keep you cool. Next
summer", of course.
Manufacturers .of; alrrcondition alrrcondition-ing
ing alrrcondition-ing units have just shown their
new lines, and the big news in
cooling is that a heat wave in sales
'is ahead.-
Cloud Wampler, president : of
Carrier,- said in a recent talk in
New Yirk that the industry estimates-
1956; sales1, at a record
$3,200,000,000, including both home
and industrial installations.
Sales of home units, both for
room and complete house condi conditioning,
tioning, conditioning, are expected to total s
record $747,000,000. '"
The industry expects prices to be
down slightly from 1955, although
most makers have not posted de detailed
tailed detailed price, lists.
The new air conditioners give
the home decorator a break, in
both their, size, and color..
The units take up less space and
are finished in such subdued
shades as beige and1 gray to blend
with -most room color 'schemes.'
Carrier., said its room-size units
jut inside no more than four
inches, under normal installation.
One. General Eelctric model' is 3S
per cent smaller in dimension and
15 tq 20 pounds lighter than p
15 to 20 pounds lighter than pre previous
vious previous ; models. The. unit extends
about six inches into the ,room.
The Fedder3 line n just as com compact
pact compact .and this firm boasted that its
new toom- units can be plugged
into any convenient electrical out outlet.
let. outlet. Extra wiring is unnecessary.
It said the unit uses 40 per cent
less current than other n-
Brightest Light
Nov Being Used

INDIANAPOLIS-rUP) Fifty L ; ;
of the brightest street lights even : t

marlA hat'A hpn nlnrbrt in lisp nnlui

one of this citv's mam thorough
fares.
Marie hv the General Electric Co
in Schenectady, N. Y., the giant,
lights use 12 six-foot lames and
generate 64,000 lumens each

more -thsrt -enontjh -to -light-average-sized
home. mi
The new lights' will put three y
limes as much vM. on the street
as former units and with almost no 1
diare.

DIFFERENT LOCALITIES IN THE CITY

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OR OUR OFFICES
MISCELLANEOUS
Alcoholics anonymous
box 2031, ancon. c.z.
box 1211. cristobal. c.z.
Williams' Analytical Audit Re Reports.,
ports., Reports., Fiduciary Capacity. R. C.
Williams, CP A Phone 21945,
Apartade 414 Panama.
FOR SALE
Miscellaneous
FOR SALE: Thor e u g h b r e d
Dachshund puppies, black, five
weeks old. Phone Cutundu 4272.
FOR SALE: One electric fan,
large metal desk (mahogany co color),
lor), color), and wash basin for beauty
parlor. Apply personally to Ave.
Cuba N. 38-29, next to "Co "Co-misariaf
misariaf "Co-misariaf Den Iosco."
FOR SALE: First-rat photo photo-studio,
studio, photo-studio, fully equipped. Owner
leaving. Call Roberto Miro, Pan Panama
ama Panama 3-4923.
FOR SALE: Japanese rifle, Civ Civil
il Civil War musket, electric fan, ta tables,
bles, tables, beds, lawn chairs, etc. Tel Telephone
ephone Telephone 6-441.
Exceptional Pupils
Gsl Extra Classes
HOBART nUa MTPi
ins oacKwara pupils alter school is
a Standard nrartirp hut far tha
other extreme, exceotional stu
dents, the Hobart school system is
experimenting with a n,ew class,
Students in th. elms, tanfht hv
Mrs. Velma Porter, are grade
cittinnl ,iniitiir..4.M. . .U
for learning and developing new
skills are not easily expanded in
WIUIIJ tlUSMUOIIl WOItk.
The class includes three vonneer
children who attend a morning ses session
sion session and five older, students who
go in the afternoon.
According to their abilities, each
child learns reading, hafidicraft
and any other activity in which he
shows interest and aptitude. r.
A number of the students show
considerable talent in drawing and
clay modeling and the girls show
skills in knitting and weaving,
Mrs. Porter said.
One1 girl has become quite adept
at typing.
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RESORTS
PHILLIPS Oceonside Cottage.
itAt Clare, lex 435. Balboa.
Phn Panama 3-1877. Cristo Cristobal
bal Cristobal 3-1673.
Gramlich's Santa Clare Beach
Cottages. Modern conveniences,
moderate rates. Phone Gambea
6-441.
Shrapnel's furnished houses oa
beach at Santa Clare. Telephone
Thmpsa, Balboa 1772.
FOSTER'S COTTAGES. One mile
past Casino. Low rotes. Phono
Balb 1166.
FOR RENT: Beach houses.
"SeacliH Acres." Phone Panama
3-6115.
Wanted to Buy
WANTED: Second-hand ping,
pong table, Phon rename 3-
1031.
Chilean Army Takes
Over Santiago Cily
SANTIAGO. Chile, Jan." 7 (UP)
The army took charge of Santia Santiago
go Santiago today under the terms of a
state of siege designed to defeat
the anti-government strike schedul scheduled
ed scheduled Monday by the Union Federa Federation
tion Federation (CUT).
President Carlos Ibanez ordened
some 25,000 troops into the capital
yesterday to meet what he called
"subversive action by international
communism and other subversive
elements.1'
Labor mobs ran wild in the
streets of Santiago Thursday night,
backing cut demands for the de
feat of the Ibanez government's
anti-inflationary program. There
was no report or violence.
Some 250 union leaders were ar
rested br sought by authorities. At
least 25, arrested in the early hours
of the campaign, were banished
to fisagua in the 'Siberia 'area
of northern Chile.
The prisoners included CUT chief
Clotario Blest, ex-Finance Minister
Jorge Prat, opposition editor Jose
Gomez, at least one woman and
two other opposition newspaper newspapermen.
men. newspapermen. They were charged specifically
with violation of the law for the
defense of democracy, en a c t e d
some nine years ago. to prevent
Communist infiltration of Chile.
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No. 15.
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Miscellaneous
FOR RENT: Spacious locale,
ground. Justo Arosemena Ave Avenue
nue Avenue No. 37-11. Inquire 37th
Street No. 4-23.
WANTED
Apartments
WANTED: Responsible work,
ng couple desire vacation quar quarters
ters quarters end February. Reference
furnished. Balboa 2-2580
FOR, SALE
Motorcycles
FOR SALE: 1952 Triumph 650
c.c, new paint, tires and tap
overhaul. Call 2-2789 anytime.
Tiny Dog-Catcher
Target Of Jokers
CHARLEVOIX. Mich. -(UP) -Edward
("Shorty") Erber, 62,
believes1 he mnv ho the ehm-tact
aog-caicner in the country.
r.roer is only lour feet, nine
inches tall and was known as the
shortlist man in the A mcion
Expeditionary Forces during World
War I. He was named Charlevoix
County's human officer recently
when the department was organ organized.
ized. organized. -
"People still like to kid me,'' Er Erber
ber Erber said. "When I call at a house
to pick up a stray dog, they ask
me such things as:
" 'Are you going to ride it back?
Where's your saddle? What do you
do when you run into a dog bigger
than you are?' I
"I've found only one dog in the
six months I've had this job that
was bigger than me," Erber said.
"I guess he was part St. Bernard
and part horse. He could have
scalped me without stooping."
Erber said he doesn't mind the
ribbing.
. "My lack of height is what gave
me a bit of fame." he said. "I
didn't get any medals during the

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d bedreom with bath for single
person. Apply personally to Ave,
Cuba Na. 38-29, next t 'Ce 'Ce-misariato
misariato 'Ce-misariato Doa Bosco."
FOR RENT: Beautiful furnish,
ed bedroom with perch, hot wa water,
ter, water, fr married couple without
children. Meals available. Apply
personally: Ave. Cube i 8-29,
next to "Comisarieto Don Bosco."
FOR RENT: Camp Alegre.
nicely furnished room, privet
bath, delicious meals, European
sty!. CaH 3-1789.
II. t l mm
navy pairoi uoniscr
Completes Uesl
Anlarclic Flighf
r MCMURDO SOUND, Atactics
Jan. tun A U.S. Navy P2'
patrol bomber vestetrlav enmnk'
ed a 2,700-mile exploring swee
the longest Antarctic flight on rf
ord. ; i
Jmesmmun m jimLjuj
The plane was piloted
Comdr. William T. Hawkes.
Jersey City, and Lt. Comdr.
loioen. oi uarmel, Calif, f
The 14-hour flisrht rarriprlt
two-engined plane over V,
land and across the Ant a.
circle, skirtinsr the srea
for a base by the current Soi
expedition to the Antarctic, I
(Radio Moscow reported yeste
dav that the diesel fretchter lanri
ed the first members of the Rus

sian expedition on the shores or
Deno bay during the day.)
- Hawkes and Tolbert photograph!
ed the Knox coastline which wx

ithe only clearly identifiable ter

rain leaiure tney passed, over in'
their flight.
"W saw nnlhins hut anruv.

covered plateau at a uniform alti

tude or li.soo leet until we reacn-;
ed the steep drop off to the
coast," Tolbert said. "It was just
another dull trip."..

war. Everyone overlooked the
lighting I did, but they sure kidded
me enough about my height. The
Canadians even tried to recruit
me for a bantam-battalion of short
men."
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lh MEETINGS

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MOVIIS TV ttADIO
by Erskinc Johnson

FORMER CANAL ZONE KSTOEST MAMIES
EX-NAVI PILOT IN WESTWOOD, CALIFORNIA
Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Womack of Los Angles, formerly! the
Canal Zone announce the marriage of their daughter LyU
Lou to Robert B. Robbins, son of Mrs. Blanche Robbins of
Westwood, California, and the late R. B. Robbins. on Dec. 28.
The bride is a graduate of Balboa High School, Class of
1953, and at present Is a junior at U-S.C. The groom is also
a member of the junior class at ll.S.C. where he is affiliated
with Tau Kappa Epsilon. .He served 4' years as a Nafy pilot
and received his discharge with the rank of Lt. Commander.
The couple plan to make their home near tn campus
until they graduate.

Lloyd Gunderson Celebrates
Birthday With

Barbecue-Swimming Party

Fort Kobbe Officers' Wives

, Conducting her first meeting as

newly elected president of

ucl ellc tot tnclkjlon in (Ills
enlurnn thould submitted la typw
ritlrn form aid nailed to one of
lh box numben lined dalljr to "So "Social
cial "Social and OUierwt," drlird
by hand In tha utflc. Nottcaa ai
meetingvcasnot ba acccptid by tela-

f'amain and Mrs. C. J. Gunder-IKobbe Officers' Wives' uud, Mrs

sen entertained with a barbecue Clyde Bntton presided at me
and swimming party at the hotel; January business meeting and

El Panama last mgni in nonor ui auuee iai iicuhcouj ""

hteir son Lloyd's 15th Dirtnaay

r.nost.'s included Julie Maduro,

James Marshall, Barbara Bart Bart-lctt.
lctt. Bart-lctt. Bob Batten, Harriet Gunder Gunder-sen,
sen, Gunder-sen, Linda Herring, Steve Her Her-ring.
ring. Her-ring. Eve Eisenmann, Dick Abell,
Jeflerv Kline, Doris Young, Es Esther
ther Esther Gunderson, Sparky Slcdon,
Mr: and Mrs. Abell, Mr. and Mrs.
Herring, Mrs. Young, Mrs. SeWon
and Mrs. Monaco.

Military Enginitrs
Meet On Monday
At Tivoli Cutst Housa

The Canal Zone Post, Society

t h e of American Military Engineers,

will hold its January meeting in

the main ballroom of the Tivoli

Guest House on Monday evening.
Assembly, will be at Sp.m. fol

lowea ny auiner

At tho rnnf liniiin nf the husi

ncss meeting, Mrs. Britoon intro- The guest speaker will be Rear

HOLLYWOOD (NEA) Hoi- RUTH ROMAN: "Starlets should

lywood's best quotes of 1955: j learn that sex appeal comes from

S1IEREE NORTH, explaining herj the mind as well as the body

shake, rattle and roll dancing:

"They're not really bumps and
grinds. I'm just nervous.''

FLORIAN ZaBACH. about bop
music: "It's just Stravinsky played
on an empty stomach."
GIG YOUNG, reminiscing about
one of his girl friends: "I got
so tired of kissing her I could
hardly keep my eyes closed."

JIMMY STEWART, about hi
"research" for the rolt of doctor
in "The Man Who Knew Too
Much: "I watched three Medic
shows on TV."

HIS mind YOUR body."

GILBERT ROLAND, reminsc reminsc-ing
ing reminsc-ing about a couple of old-timers:
"Clark Gable and I started out
together as $3-a-day extras in si

lent two reelers. We'd ride the

streetcar to work and the studio

would throw in a free lunch."
JUDY GARLAND, after making

htr TV debut: "To do television

you need the strength of an ox
and a sense of humor."

SIR CEDRIC HARDWICKE: "I

was brought up m the same dis

trict in England that produces
Worcestershire sauce. And as you

SPIKE JONES: "When the tired! know, the sauce goes very well

businessman thinks of himself as
a wolf, some cute starlet thinks
of him as a mink."

duced the following members

her executive board: vice presi president,
dent, president, Mrs. G. R. Beiser; secreta secretary,
ry, secretary, Mrs. E M. Ford; assistant
secretary, Mrs. O. E. Smith;
treasurer, Mrs. S.'R. Johnson; as

sistant treasurer, Mrs. k. n. mic mickey;
key; mickey; committee chairmen, enter entertainment,
tainment, entertainment, Mrs. J. W. Lane; hos-

t. urant teie-

Ditaiitv. Mrs. W

fiahriel Hernandei 1 phone, Mrs. fc. laoscoti; cnaruy,
Sd At Luncheon jMrs J. ,F Harth; publicity, Mrs,
The Panamanian Ambassador, to L. C. Wood.
Colombia. Gabriel Hernandez, who:
hK; hr for a few days, Guests present included .Mes-

was guest of honor at a luncheon dames M Fay, J. S. Branch, W.
eiven bv the Colombian Ambassa- Harris, and H. E. Gardner. Wei-

a. Panama Df. Teofilo Quin

tero de Fez, at the Union Club,

jesterday.

of Admiral M. E. Miles, Comman

dant, Fifteenth Naval District, who
will talk on "The Yucatan -Tam-pico
Disaster Relief Activities in
th Fall of 1955."

Reservations may be raidejbJ

with Captain L. w. worton, pnone
85-2233 or 87-5137 or Colonel E.M.
Browder, Jr., Engineer-Reserve,
phone Balboa 2323 or Balboa 1063.

FRED ALLEN, about Jack Ben Benny:
ny: Benny: "He's my favorite comedian
and I hope to be his friend until
he's 40. That will be forever."

with ham."

MAE WEST, nixing writing her

Secrecy Veil Charge
Laid To Republicans
Over Air Policies

WASHINGTON, Jan. -7 (UP)
Chairman A. S. Mike Monroney,
ordered Senate investigators today:
to find out if the administration
"suppressed" an aviation policy

section in President Eisenhower's,
controversial transportation policy

report.
The Oklahoma Democrat, head
of a Senate aviation subcommit subcommittee;
tee; subcommittee; ordered the inquiry a f t e r i
charging that the Commerce De Department
partment Department has dropped a ''veil of
secrecy" in front o fthe subcom subcommittee.
mittee. subcommittee. The group is investigating
the ouster of Frederick B. Lee as
civil aeronautics administrator..
In his State of the Union mes message
sage message yesterday, Mr. Eisenhower
urged "Congress to give prompt at attention
tention attention to proposals in the trans transportation
portation transportation policy report. It was pre prepared
pared prepared by, a special advisory com committee.
mittee. committee. The report urged that the na nation's
tion's nation's railroads be granted great greater
er greater freedom to raise rates and
otherwise regulate themselves in

an effort to improve their econo-

" afca, IILI .... t

autobiography: "I'm not ready tolTlc situation. Monroney saia avia-

do it vet. I don't th nk I've 1 ved "on receivea aooui as mucn ai

enough."

Kill, WMll

V.F.W. Meeting Jin.
Lt. Garvyn H. Moumblow Me Memorial
morial Memorial Post 3876 will h ol d its
regular business meeting Monday
at 7:30 p.m. at the post home.
Color slides will be shown of
post members and the auxiliary
participating in the wrapping of
the Christmas presents and later

the nresentation to the ranama

emmed as new members were

Mcsdamcs M. W. Dayton, T. J.
Ryan, R. F. Knight, and R. H. Al Al-lrn
lrn Al-lrn Newcomers Mrs. J. L. Black'

... xtr n .1 v.HHv wprwiniao

Swimming Pool Luncneon ..7 ,7Tr v, f townsite.

The Italian i Ambassador to P.-;. rPvtd toMrsJ This is an important

nama ana airs aim 'V MrDonald and Mrs. G. D. for post members

enieriaineu a kvum ut irenu ,; r, "ii.". ...i .

ierdav at a swimming' pooi iUncn

BOB HOP E, about George Go-
i i. t .!.. Tt T a I

!1 1 Saw mm UU iv iur iuuiun Meen ta Brw,,n ........

in si tunc nuu mwtifti.u ,iviuc'e uct I aajri tdiii v
time I was putting my foot through j VdAppEd AND truly

me screen.

EDITH HEAD, about clothes:
"In designing clothes for women
there's always one thing to keep
in mind men."

C. V

movie backer

racing only
money."

If you don't want to make a
man feel trapped
Act pleased when he has a
chance to spend a day fishing or
a weekend hunting "with a group
ff m ni ini-tAnJ nf ......

Dein aione

'It's like

you bet

Wait for his explanation 'of why

tention as the "horse and buggy."
Lee told the Monroney group he
never saw an aviation section in
the, report and does not know
whether any was prepared. He a a-greed
greed a-greed with-Monroney that avia aviation
tion aviation should have been covered.

Lee, a Vermont Republican,' tes testified
tified testified Thursday that he never ask ask-e'd
e'd ask-e'd to be. relieved of his post with
the Civil Aeronautics Administra Administration.
tion. Administration. Still, he said, he received a
letter from Mr. Eisenhower ac accepting
cepting accepting "your requust to be re relieved
lieved relieved of vour duties,"

The subcommittee had consider-!

ed calling presidential assistant
Sherman Adams to testify whther

AI C,i..i.nli...n tiftel tftM tklt T AC,

,uulc he was late to dinner instead of'did not want to resign. Monroney

greeting ,him at the door with: f said, however, that this idea is out
"UJhapa in ihA nrnM knn i i .i. 1 1. . . i. iti -i :n

Mentation to tne ranaiua- rnwn wrMKinn u,t ""V" """ announn me -.supcomiiimee. auu

children at the Chagresimir". Vr mnvi' ... would like, to know

meeting

eon party at .the Embassy resi-j

dence.

Hostesses for the occasion were

Mcsdamcs J. C Calistini, w. H.
Griffin, F. T. Coniski, E. J. Gal-
i ml. J tn a i" rn Viir

V...i. In MiPA nOK. Hie UUUl mi w

The French Ambassador, Mrs. jMrs. E. D. Vaughn. Jr.
Lionel Vasse and their daughter! sll
Miss Julianne de Vasse left yes- Rndal ru,
terday for a vacation in Mexico. ForLup.An
M- knr Mni-ffin Julaine Fogarty gave a shower
M,r;.A1?mMMrH.n .Pinedllunchcon in honor of Miss Lupita

Jll nk, 41 wa O"""
with a dinner on Thursday eve

ning.

Arias at the Zubieta home in Be
lln Vista. Thursday. Miss Arias

will marry Federico Humber Jr
today.

Knlrim Weddlnt

On Tuesday, Dr. Juan J. Ama-i
do and Mrs. Aminta Burgos de;AIaA UAir Ta lla
Amado will observe the 50th anni tCIICC IlUUl IU Uti
ersary of their wedding. .
Their sons have issued invita-' II J TiriArrAVf

tions for a party at the family's VIIIVI IWTf

Las Cumbrcs residence at 6 p.m.

MsrnAI Peter's

US Retail Trad2
In Seasonal Dip

Mr. and Mrs. Gusta Janson
1. pave For Colombia

Mr. and Mrs. uusia jii son,) .-sponsored bv the vestry, a col col-who
who col-who have been visiting relatives ifeernour wju "be held in the par-

in fanama, K'u oy piaue ncuin:a-,.sh hall o st peter's cnurcn, La
day for Barranquilla, Colombia Boca lomorraw morning as a pre

lude to the annual members meet meeting.
ing. meeting. : '
Parishioners attending the chor choral
al choral Eucharist at 7 a.m. are invited
to remain for the meeting to order
to participate in election of this
vphi-' vpstrv'and delegates to the

NEW YORK. Jan. 7 (UP) Re- approaching district, convocation.

tail trade this week went Into! Reports will be heard irom ine

Its customary seasonal decline
but managed to hold levels
moderately above the compara comparable
ble comparable week last year, Dun &
Br&dstreet, Inc. reported today.
Consumer interest' centered
on small electrical appliances,
linens, and women's sportswear,
but new automobiles went beg begging
ging begging as dealer Inventories
mnimtprt TVlrR sold

The total dollar volume Of re-while the newly-elected officers
tail trade in the week ended will be installed as follows: Mrs.
this Wednesday was estimated lEulean Harris, president; ran.
by the agency to be from 4 toiLeonor Prince, v i c e president;
8 per cent higher than a year Mrs. Carol Spear, secretary; Mrs.
ago. . iris Griffith, treasurer; and Mrs.
Wholesale orders expanded I Chothilda Bell, chaplain. v

sngnuy. usib disclosed the dol-

parish treasurer and secretaries
of the Choir Guild, Church School,
Order of St. Vincents and Woman s
Auxiliary regarding- their mem membership
bership membership and activities during the
past year. The Rev. John Spear,
presiding as chairman, will -ad-
ress the meeting. ... ...
The Woman's Auxiliary will

make their montniy corporate
a 1- 17AhnKler

communion ai we c u u lB

lar volume moderately exceeded

the like 1955 period as buyers

The Seventh Infantry Regiment
f th Third Infantry Division is

express keen Interest in springiknown as the "Cottonbalers" be be-women's
women's be-women's apparel, outdoor f urnt-1 cause of its part in the defense of

ture, and household linens nnfiiNpw Orleans behind a barricade

draperies. I of cotton bales in the War of 1812. and how long they live.

Thermodynamics Clan
Being Rousmtd-
After an interruption for the
Christmas and New Year season,
the night school .course in Ele Elements
ments Elements of Thermodynamics being
run by the Cristobal Machinists
Union will be resumed each Moiv
day night in the Margarita KofC
Hall from 6:30t o 7:30 p.m., start starting
ing starting on onday. ;
Mnpn who started this course in

Balboa and who have "been trans transferred
ferred transferred to Cristobal recently are
invited to resume their work with
the class, i
Coral Chapter No. 3
Meets Tuesday
A Stated meeting of Coral Chap Chapter
ter Chapter No. 3, Order the E a s t e r n
Star will be held Tuesday, at 7:30
p.m. in the Masonic Temple, Gat Gat-un,
un, Gat-un, Canal Zone." '?
Mrs. Marion N. Green Worthy
Matron and Eugene" S. S h i p 1 F
Worthy Patron will preside. ;
ah momhr nf the Order East

ern Star are invited to attend this

first -meeting oi tne new
iiiiiHii aT'ampra dub

The Black and White Division of
.u Minnti Camera Club will

moot Mondav. at 7:45 p.m. at

their club rooms in Mt. Hope.
Mistletoe, Ret Traps
jn Odd ClllsbcrEliin

flOPLAND, Calif. (UPl -anH
rat. traps are ncip-

ing researchers study deer-sheep
i.;nchinc tt he University of

California range station in Men Mendocino
docino Mendocino County. !.:,
The mistletoe Is used to bait the j
traps for deer to be used in twoi
studies. The rat traps are part of;
the mechanism for catching tne
dCSome of the deer are turned Into j
pastures with sheep to study graz-
ing competition and parasites com-
mon to both animals. Other deer
are earmarked a few even belled
to trace their movements on the,
natural range for more information

as to how far they wander lor iooa

ask. "Who was that.

Dear?" when he receives a tele

phone call at home. 1

Don t put him through a third-

degree when he comes home irom

a club or loclgo meeting.. If he
wants .to tell you about it, listen. If
he doesn't, tell him what you've
been doing while he has been gone.

Don t keep harping on his past

mistakes. Try to disprove that old
saying that "women and elephants

never forget."

Don t telephone him at work un

less it is really necessary. He needs
to be able to concentrate on busi business
ness business matters during business hours

and shouldn t feel that his fam family
ily family responsibilities will pursue him
to the office.
Never tell him simply MUST do
something about a problem. Lead

him toward the facing of an un

pleasant situation don t push
him

Let him retire behind his news a

paper or a book or magazine when iff

he wants to. interrupting ms reau-
incr ovnrv frw miniitpv wnn't. pive

you the companionship you re seek-iL
irtrt 4 Vinti'trrtt CAmrtthinrt in TonH h

yourseu, aim ucing ijuii:i yivuaui)
Will.
Never ask him if he loves you.
A forced reply to that question
rarely means much but having
to reply to it can make a man
feel hog-tied.

pie were beginning to refer to

ME as the talking autuk.

IRENE 'RYAN, tha comedienriet'

"MGM and I are having contract
trouble. Thay won't give me ona."
ROSALAND RUSSELL, on why
she gave up playing career wom women:
en: women: "I played 24 of them and
couldn't get another angle to them.
I couldn't get my pompadour any
higher, either."
PAUL DOUGLAS, on the most
valuable thing he's learned from

being an actor: "How to pack a
suitcase without waking up."

ROBERT MITCHUM, on his
medical know-how after starring

in "Not As A Stranger": "I think

maybe I could bandage a finger."

.'. -5 ....

JIMMY CAGNEY explaining
why he's seen only1: five of the

50 movies in wmcn ne nas ap

peared: "That guy up there on

the screen makes me nervous.'

ANNE : BAXTER, about her

filmy gowns in "The Teti rCom
mandments": "They're sort of un

derexposed, like a negative. You
can see everything but everything

u veiled.

DEANl MARTIN to an Irma-

brained starlet about to attack a

thick stoikt "Whan you come to

the white part, honey, that's the

plate.

SHELLEY WINTERS: "Marilyn
Monroe and I have two things in
Wr hnth hlnnrlps and

we both alienated the Italian mar-'son pick and shuck corn on his

jtet." tarm near nere.

Tree leaves, used as fertilizer,
arp ahftnt twipA vahmhlp n:

wcll-r.ottcd barnyard-, nra nu r e,
pound, for pound. .-, ;

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sault assault by Bobby Boyd of Chi Chicago,
cago, Chicago, George Johnson of
Trenton, N. J;, finds himself
draped over the strands as
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the bout. The end came in
the eighth round. The two
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Jack Healy of the Maryland Terrapins
grabs a pass -tossed by an LSU back
during their game at College Park, Md.
The undefeated Maryland team won,
13-0, to remain at the top of the list.

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Tri fANAJLl AMIRlfAN AS JNDPE.NTZ.;T DAILI NEWSf.lTER
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Mounted picadors with their padded horses and
long: spears w ill be absent tomorrow at 4:30 p.m.
when the bullfight season gets under way at

La Macarwia bullring in ban r rancisco de la Caleta.

TOn new management head-inesa with the sword

ed byxAJbfcrto F. Kelso decided i cape.

and the

to bring but more of his fighting
whose job like the banderilleros
is to goad the bull in an effort
. brine: out more of his lighting
spirit. This is regarded as ex ex-;
; ex-; treme cruelty by some Anglo Anglo-Saxons,
Saxons, Anglo-Saxons, v
Many had protested In the
past that the use of picadors
constituted cruelty to horses ;oo.
Elimination of the picadors
puts an added load on the
matadors who must taunt and
"play" the bull for a longer.,
period before making the kill.'
Scheduled to perform at. the
opening tomorrow are Jaime
Bolanos and Pepe Luis Vasquez,
twe Mexican matadors with
widespread reputations for deft-

Each will fight two pure-bred

Mexican bulls from the 12 which
arrived here recently for the

first three "corridas" of the new
season.
Both Bolanos and Vasquca"
plan to present crowd-pleasing
performances in an effort
to outdo each other in the
quest for the plaudits of the
aficionados.
Tickets, which have under undergone
gone undergone a price cut since last year,
are still being sold at several
places in Panama City includ including
ing including the Tivoli Travel Agency and
the box office at La Macavena.

Tickets also will be available at

the box office tomorrow.

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BLOOD AND SAM) Famed matador Pepe Luis Vasquez makes
a routine pass during a recent corrida In Mexico City. Vasquez
Is co-featured along with Jaime Bolanos for tomorrow's season
opening bullfight program at La Macarena in Sari Francisco
: de la Caleta.

Savage Holds-
Eduardo Lausse
To Upset Draw

NEW YORK, Jan. 7 (UP)-Mid-

ajeweight AIUo Savage of Salt

L,aKe uiy, Utah, was disappointed
today, that he merely held the

grcai tauardo Lausse of Ar
gentina to a flabbergasting draw
instead of knocking him out.
"'Should hv knocked him
out," declared tht 29 ytir-old Nt-

gro nuggar who at t 4 undi

dog lilt night floored tha-thin

ranking contindtr one and brokt
hit winning ttrtik it 31 straight
in thtir. TV-radio 10-roundtr at
Madison Square Gardtn.
A possible re-match between Sav

age ana B-year-old Lausse must

De delayed indefinitely beca use

L,ausse naa an old cut on his right

uivn ic-uytntu 111 a IICBU cuuision
in the eight round. Milo's nose bled
in the 10th.

, Savage, advancing behind a br br-ricade
ricade br-ricade of gloves, arms and elbows,
brought the 3,700 fans to their
feet in the seventh session with
a booming right to the- chin that
dropped Eduardo to his left knee
for the count of one. Laussee shook
off some of the effects of the punch
while standing for the mandatory
eight-count. And so he weathered
without great difficulty Milo's bar-'

rages during the remainder of the

seventh.
Lausta, scaling 159- pounds
to Milo's 159, almost flatttnad
Savage In tht 10th. Ho staagtred i

Milo with a Itft-right ona-two to
tht chin and batttrtd him from
ropt to ropt whilt groggy Milo
dtsptrataly tritd to right back.

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and sword are

gets underway

t Lovers of the colorful sport of the
excited over the coming bullfight season

at the "La Macarena" plaza in San Francisco tomorrow.

To get the season off to a grand start, the new promoters,
headed by Alberto F. Kelso, has contracted the services of two

clasy matadors Jaime Bolanos and Pepe Luis .Vasquez

Admittance prices have been reduced. Twelve brave bulls

have arrived which will be seen in the first "corridas," and

another lot is expected from Mexico soon.

An exciting evening is in store fdr local "aficionados" when

"they come out to see Vasquez and Bolanos display their know!
edge, ability and courage.

Tickets should be reserved early to avoid the rushfThev are

on sale at he Iberia Restaurant, Hotel Central. Concordia Phar Pharmacy,
macy, Pharmacy, Agendas Tivoli and La Macarena box office. Advt.

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midnita to 4:30 a.m.

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Red Sox Sell

Louisville
Farm Club

; BOSTON, Jan. 7 (UP) 'The
Boston Red Sox have sold their
Louisville farm- cluts 'to a group

oi uuDan businessmen. ;
Sale of the American Asso Association"
ciation" Association" franchise Is subject to
the approval of the triple-A
league, which holds a meet
inr tomorrow at Chicago.

Red Sox general manager Joe

uronin announces tne Louis

ville deal last night. He said
that Edward F. Wheeler, leader

and representative ot the Cu

bans, wou',1 meet In Washington

today with President Calvin
Griffith of the Senators. The

Colonels will become a Wash

ington farm club, if the sale Is
approved by the Association,

uriifith had announced
Thursday that he was willing
to enter into a working agree- j
mcnt with the new owners of

the Colonels. The Red Sox ac acquired
quired acquired the San Francisco Seals
of the Pacific Cost League late
last year.

The sale of the Colonels was

approved by a Louisville stock

purchasing committee headed by

IBiuce Dudley, who said his

group recommended the change
i in ownership because retention

nt triple- A- baseball m the

Kentucky city was a prime ob

jective. Dudley said Wheeier

had agreed to keep the Colonels

in Louisviue. 1

Pacific Softball League
Opener Slated For Monday

PANAMA PRO LEAGUE

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Spur Cola.
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. LAST NIGHT'S GAME (Mount Hope Park)
Carta Vieja vs. Spur Cola (Postponed, wet grounds)
TONIGHT'S GAME (Olympic Stadium)
Chesterfield (Burnette 0-1) vs. Spur Cola
(Clarke 1-0)

THE FAITHFUL FANS Who

braved the inclement weather

to go out to the Olympic Sta

dlunv Thursday night to take
in the Chesterfleld-'Spur Cola
game, were rewarded with tne
most thrilling match of the sea season.
son. season.
Chesterfield, after spotting;
Spur tola a three-run lead in

the fourth, came from behind

In a fighting, uphill battle to

tally twice in the sixth, once in

the ninth and twice again m
the 13th to win out 5 to 3. In

ine icnse, tignt struggle. .:
It was a cold, breezy and
drizzly night but not one
spectator, walked out of the
game that took three hours
and 40 minutes to be complet completed.
ed. completed. The teams play again. to
night at the stadium.

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hiring or swapping, uit
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Top U. S. Golfers
To leave f timi
For Pwm Tneay

NEW YORK. Jan. 7 (UP)-A

eroup comprised of the most

outstanding U. S. professional
and amateur eolfers will leave

Miami for' Panama next Tues

day to take part in the Manama
Ooen ?nif tournament from Jan.

12 to 15. .. v-vv '........
The group include? PamSnend

Ed Furjrol, Lew Worsham, Mel Mel-vin
vin Mel-vin Harbert. Dou" Ford. Skin

Alexander, Jim Ferrier, Ted

Kroll, Oeoree Bayer. Lloyd Wat

kins, Heman Barron. Arnold

Palmer. Charles Ha mer, Tony

Tiso and Henry Castillo, amone

the professionals. Ray Terry and

Don Bisonnghomm are among

tne amateurs.
Bob Toski, who will also takr
oart in the Panama Open, will
leave the next day.
, Most of the group will take
nart the same day in the $7,500
third annual MarWaughton Pro Pro-Amateur
Amateur Pro-Amateur Golf Tournament at
the Bayshore Golf Course over
18 holes.

Pro Cage Standings

EASTERN DIVISION
, W L. Pet.
Philadelphia ia 10 .655
Boston 17 ll .607

New York 17 14 .548
Syracuse IS 15 .516

WESTERN DIVISION
W L Pet.
Fort Wayne 16 14 .533
rtnrlipslcr 13 if) ,wp

St. Louis', ,nir".c!;!
Minneapolis ll 20 .3551

MAJOR ALFREDO ALEMAN,

Finance Minister and publicity

chief of the National Brewery,

is an ardent cnesterfieid fan.
But the silver haired "major"
(an honorary, titled ,wasnot on
hand Thursday night to see
the Smokers come through like
champs.:- ..'" ..;
Had Don Alfredo been pre
sent be would have been the
butt of some friendly riliblnj
from the habitues of the pavi pavilion
lion pavilion that shelters VIP's and
members of the press and ra radio
dio radio daring Pro League games.
According to the minister, one

of the main reasons the Smok Smokers
ers Smokers arex not at the? top in the
standings is because of what he
considers the faulty playing of

Inneider Manlto Bernard.
The lively Aleman has been

neara to noiier, "Tnat g u y

snouia De canea Butter-ring-ersl,,M
or "I told Carlds ,(Eleta)
that he can't- win champion championships
ships championships having that boob on the
team!"
Another favorite crack of A
leman'g concerning Manlto
Was, "Any time he hits a horn
er I'll give him ten barrels of
beer!"
That last one backfired Thurs Thursday
day Thursday when Bernard poked a
stout four-bagger with a runner
on In the sixth stanza to put
the Smokers within a run of
tying the score, v
Latest reports have it Manlto
is still waiting to collect his
beer.

But Vic's real gem came In

the top of the 13th as Houra

deau came to bat with runners
on first and second and two

outs.
The excited huner, turned
seer, pounded this scribe on
.the shoulder and exclaimed,
"Hey JJ., you've got a head headline
line headline for your story tomorrow!"
"HONEYDEW DRIVES IN
WINNING RUN IN 13TII."

Seconds later the Smoker
shortstop came through with his

game winning two-run double,

THE SMOKERS,, who have
pulled many base running bon boners
ers boners this season, executed a beaut
in the 11th Inning Thursday. I
Ellas Osorio led off with a
double. Danny Schell was retir retired,
ed, retired, pitcher to first. Billy Queen
drew an intentional nass and
Rugenio Horaudeau fanned.
When Bobby Prescott stepped to

tne pbm, manaser-ratcheri.eor
Kellman ordered him walked

aiso, to pitch to weak-hitting
hurler Humberto Robinson.
On the second Bob Trice de delivery,
livery, delivery, Kellman dropned the
ball and Osorio' broke for
third. Kellman retrieved the
apple In time to throw out O-

sorio easily and retire the side.

Had Ellas ignored

SMOKER SKIPPER Joe Nachlo

lias explained why he railed

coacn-secona string carfier

Calvin Byron in from theVUKird
base coaching line In the ninth
Inning just before Robinson hit
Into a doubleplay with the bases
loaded Thursday night.
Joe says that earlier in the
inning; with runners on first
and third and Joe Tuminelli
at bat. he flashed the saueeze

signal which Byron and Tumi Tuminelli
nelli Tuminelli got crossed up on.
Nachio. with the score tied 3

3, figured to have Robby try to

soueeze home the potential win winning
ning winning run so he had Byron come
to the bench to eet him right

on tne signal.

joe says Humberto had done

such a eood pitching job that
he left It up to him whether to

hll for himself or not. Roobv

asked t be allowed to hit and

so he did.

Nachlo's orders were to hunt

if Robby got ahead 'of the pitch pitcher
er pitcher but the first delivery was
wood' and Robinson smacked it

hard, but center fielder John
Glenn who was fielding' Just
rieht, made the catch and
threw one-bouncer to the plate
to double up Danny Schell who
had tagged, up and was coming
home.
The ball hopped and veered
strangely Into Kellman's glove
INJURED Frankie Austin, who
is recuperating in San Fernando
Clinic after water was extracted
from his right knee hurt in a
collision at second base with
Yankee outfielder Dan Porter,
hopes to leave the hospital next
week.,- :
Frank had his ears clued to
the radio durln Thursday
game and was a "very happy
man when Houradu '. con connected
nected connected with his double."
Austin Is "thankful for the
many visits from people in and
out of baseball."

Five teams have been enter

ed Into the race for the Pacific
side 1955 championship with
quite a few new names and
faces. League officials voted to
return to the fast-pitch this
year, and It Is rumored some

very reliable hurlers have been!

uncovered.
The league welcomes three
teams from the Armed Forces
this year; Signal, Engineers and
American Legion. They surely
will, furnish plenty of competi competition
tion competition for Glud Agencies and Pan

Llquldo.

; Scheduled to play the first

week: -Mon.
Jan. 9
Pan Liquid" vs Glud Agencies
Tue; Jan.. 10
American Legion vs Signal
Wed. Jan. Jl
Engineers t Pan Llquido
Thu. Jan. 12
Glud Agencies vs A. Legion
FrU Jan.' 13
Signal vs Engineers

Throughout the first .half

has nmn run will h fnrn:..nfii

i on Mondays by the Engineer!,

(Tuesdays by Pan Llquldo. Wed

1 nesdays by Glud Agencies,

Tnursaays by signal and on Frl

idays by American Legion. Tram

! managers are urged to designate

I competent players for this as

signment. xne piate umpire .too

will be handled by the Canal
Zone Umpires Association.
Lou Haseman, sec.-t.res., has
been doing an excellent job
pinch flitting for the presi president,
dent, president, Larry Bowman, who is
still on the ill list. We wish
you a speedy recovery, Larry.
Sufficient entertainment will
be In store for all fans Mondays

thru Fridays. The Pacific side's

best players will be competing
for honors In what appears" to
be an evenly matched league.
Game time is 4:45 p.m. during
the first half. All games will be
Dlayed at the Gaillard Highway
Diamond (adjacent to the Paci Pacific
fic Pacific Little League Park),

Albhllc Twi-Loop
Opens Willi TwinbHI

loniorrov Affsrnoon

bobble he would' have reached

third and the sacks would have

been Billed. His mental error

only served to take the Soda Soda-men
men Soda-men out a tight spot.

STAUNCH SMOKER rioters

during the game were the Carta
Vicja Yankees, who have been
unable to defeat the loop lead leaders
ers leaders this season.

The entire Yankee squad
Invaded the prsi boxes; after
it began to driwle In the
fourth Inning nH kept vn an
interminable chatter right o
the end.
Pitcher Vic Strvska save thos

near him a hesrty chuckle when
he announced, as Houradcar
trotted to the shortston nositior

In the lenth.TTtnow that 'em"
His name is 'Honduras," isn't It?'

The Powells-Naval Station
game scheduled for the opening
of the 13th Atlantic Twilieht

Keilman'siLeague baseball season wascail-

Fori Amador Knocks
Fort Clayton Off
Undefcaled Ranks

Fort Amador defending
champion Troopers last nlrht

ounched across a pair of 12th 12th-lnnlnv
lnnlnv 12th-lnnlnv runs both unearned

and dropped the Fort Clayton
Cavaliers from the undefeated
ranks in Panama Area Armed
Forces league play.
; It was the second win of the
young season for, the Trooners
and set- the stage for tonight's
showdown eame. between Army
Atlantic (also with a 2-0 rec record)
ord) record) and For;' Amador. Th e
game, a nlsht analr. is to be
played at Fort Clayton.,
Other games on the slade In Include
clude Include Navy (0-1) and Albrook
AFB (0-2) at Coco Solo; and

Fort Clayton (1-1) at Fort Ko'o-

be (1-) at Liienner rieia.
A crowd of nearly 1,000 watch

ed Dave King throw against a
trio of Amador moundsmen last

night In. a four -hour game.

King, a winner In his first Ap

pearance this year, lannea -a

dozen and waived ten, Including
the winner. He "ame .into the
eame in the fifth and pitched

until : the final Inning, when I
Dave Leggett came In to bail

him out of a Cavalier uprising.

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Tht deciding runs came on a!
walk to John Angelus. a hit
batsman; a sacrifice; a single I

by Vic Haddock and a two-base!

error on a ground ban nt Dy

Mike Rivera.

. A pinch two-run double in 1
the eighth frame by Mill Mills j
tied teh score. 3-3. and. set the

the winninsr run in the twetftn

mnlng.
. Amador's Jerry Southerd was

Vibert Clarke, Burnette
Probable Starting Hurlers

By J. J. HARRISON JR.
l Joe Nachio's Chesterfield Smokers, convinced
the loop leading Spur Cola Sdtiamcn are not the al almost
most almost invincible club they recently seemed to be, will
play their arch rivals again tonight at the Olympic
Stadium at 7:30.

Mated to start on the mound for fivc frames, in a game that was
the Smokers is righthander Wallyjtwice interrupted by rain.

tpur tola took that one 7 to 4.
According to unofficial reports,
the temperamental lefty has just
recovered from an attack of hem hemorrhoids
orrhoids hemorrhoids recently. He was used in
a futile pinchhitting role in Thurs Thursday
day Thursday night's game which the Smok Smokers
ers Smokers won 5 to 3 in 13 innings.
If Choittrfltld wins tonight, it
will make It thrtt straight vir
tht Soda mon. A win would put
thtm just four gtmtt ff tho
Pc. t.
The game which should have
been played between Cirta Vieja
and Spur Cola last night at Mount
Hope was 'postponed because of
wet grounds.
The Yankees are listed to play
Chesterfield Sunday evening in a
doubleheader at the Olympic Sta Stadium
dium Stadium beginning at 6 o'clock.

Burnette, who will face southpaw
fircballcr Vibert Clarke.

Burnitt sw four innings of
work In Thundiy's aim which
tha Smokors wen out 4 to 5. Ht
wont out with hit toam ahoid
to 4,
Ross Grimsley took over and
after giving five hits and a run.
gave way to Humberto Robinson
in the seventh. Robinson, in a
masterful relief performance, held
the losers hilless and scoreless the
rest of the way,
. Tho official scortr'a docltion In
giving Grimlty the win brought
.howls of prottit from ovtry
quarter of local proftsiional bs bs-ball.
ball. bs-ball. '"'.-,.,
Clarke has not appeared on the
mound since Dec. 20. when he
went against Chesterfield and per permitted
mitted permitted five hits and four runs in

President Arias To Compete
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In Next Week $ Panama Open

Although the spotlight in the 1955
Panama Open will undmihtpriiv h

held by the international field of

tameu professionals, the amateurs
will have an issue all their own
to decide starting next Thursday
over the Panama course.
President Ricardo Aria P will

head the strong Panama contingent
in quest of the coveted amateur

cnampionship of the open.,

President Arias will officially v
pen the 1956 event at 12:30 next

Thursday afternoon by hitting the
first ball. This is probably the first
time in history that a President
will not only hit the first ball, but

win aiso go on 10 compete in the
tournament, using his opening drive
as stroke in his quest of the ama

teur title.
Jimmy de la Guardia Rev Val

des, Anibal Galindo (the Colon boy)
presidential candidate Ernesto de

la Guardia, Jr., Charley McMur-

ray, Hero Mitten, Dick Goodman,
Maurice Muller, Earle Ger r a n s,
Don Hause. and other toD-rankinz

Panama and Canal Zone players

wui oe in me iieia.
Pan American World Air ways
has donated 15 silver trophies for
the amateurs. The silverware is on
display in the Panama Clubhouse.
' The local boys will have more
than their share of com pet ion from
amateurs from the United States
and Latin America. Lt. Ray Terry
of the U.S. Air Force,, recent win winner
ner winner of the amateur division of the
Miami Open, will be here a sre sre-presentatives
presentatives sre-presentatives of the armed serv services.
ices. services. Terry has won just about ev

ery amateur title there Is In the

u .a. Armed Forces, and has also
notched many civilian champion championships
ships championships to his credit.
Henry Kusseil of Miami will be
back. So will be the Saez brothers
from Colombia along with the fin.

est amateurs from Costa Rica, Gua

temala, Nicaragua, Honduras and
points south.
Don Displinghoff of the U. S.
has submitted his entry and, along
with Dorsey Nevergalf, will be on
the firing line for the amateur
crown,. ,;:
Entry" fee for amateurs Is $10.
Due to the large field expected,
entries can be accepted from
mateurs with handicaps of 12 or
less only.
After the first 36 holes, the a.
mateurs field will be cut to the
low 36 scores, plus ties and visitors.
Johnny McMurray, four-time win winner
ner winner of the Panama Open, will not
play this year. John has moved

to the United States, but the Mc-

Murrays will be represented bv his

brother, Charley. Charley recently

finished second in the amateur

division of the Colombia Open.

Amateurs are requested to sub

mit their entry to the Panama Golf

Club no later than Tuesday of
next week so that the pairings

may be made and published.

stage from for Amador's 12th 12th-Inning
Inning 12th-Inning burst.
Line score: -Amador
. 010 110 000 002-5 8 2
Clayton ..000 010 020 000-3 2 4
Batteries: Amador: Simpson,
Southerd (5), Leggett (12) and
Gallagher; Clayton: Kinar and

McCoy, Meader.(lO).

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Bette Davis, in
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Scott Brady, In
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Randolph Scott, in
"STRANGER WORE A GUN"
Rita Hay worth, In
"AFFAIR IN TRINIDAD"

ed off Thursday on account of

conunuos rams wmch have
plagued Atlantic Side baseball.
Tne opening game, featuring
the defending champions, Pow Powells
ells Powells and the 1955 runner-up Na Naval
val Naval Station, has been resched rescheduled
uled rescheduled for Sunday afternoon at
1:45 p.m. The Cristobal High
School nine will also make their
debut at Mt. Hope Stadium .Sun .Sunday
day .Sunday afternoon in a scheduled
exhibition game with Army,
starting 15 minutes after the
completion of the first game.
No starting, line-ups or start starting
ing starting pitchers have been an announced
nounced announced by any of the four com competing,
peting, competing, teams ih Sunday after afternoon's
noon's afternoon's twin bill, but, weather
oermittlns. Atlantic Side base baseball
ball baseball Inns should be in for a good
day of baseball.

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hit needs is a hand as he watches
a rebound bounce away during
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tKe paws surrounding him
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Seybold Names
Two Engineers
lor Training
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Howard W. Osborn, general man'
agement engineer in the Mainten Maintenance
ance Maintenance Division, has been appointed
by Gov. Seybold as the Panama
Canal organization's representative
to tnc U.S. Civil Service Senior
Management intern training, pro program
gram program which opens Jan. 30 in Wash Washington.
ington. Washington. The Governor has also appoint appointed
ed appointed John R. Hammond, Jr., me mechanical
chanical mechanical engineer in the Engineer Engineering
ing Engineering Division, to attcnt' the orienta orientation
tion orientation sessions of the program which
will be held during the first three
weeks of the five-month course of
training. This Is the first time that
a Canal employe has been select selected
ed selected lor the orientation phase of the
intern (raining.
Osborn and Hammond were a a-'mong
'mong a-'mong the six Canal employes of
the 17 nominated by bureau heads
to quality for appointment in the
written examinations. These exam examinations
inations examinations are held in competition
ith employes throughout the Fed Federal
eral Federal Government service.
; This will be the fifth Senior Man Man-"igemcnt
"igemcnt Man-"igemcnt Intern program conduct-;
5"ib.v the Civil Service Commis Commis-iKion.
iKion. Commis-iKion. "This program is designed to
'provide special training for em
ployees.of the Federal service who
have demonstrated an aptitude for
high level administrative responsibilities.'-
v '-. ' ' 1

' The program consists ot me
three-week orientation course, fol
lowed by work assignments in vari various
ous various government agencies in Wash Washington
ington Washington ; group discussion; acade academic
mic academic work; and the development of
, a project thesis. ,
Both Osborn and Hammond nave
been with the Canal organization.
t. oiiai-hI vrirs anri hoth have

baa extensive exyei icm-o .,. "v
engineering field.
Electrical Foreman
lunelfa Succumbs;
Bnrial Wednesday
Funeral services for Joseph
C. Lunetta, Electrical Division
foreman who died suddenly in'
Gorgas Hospital yesterday of. a
heart attack, will be held,Wed:
nrsday at 9 a.m. In the Sacrea
Heart Chapel. I
Mr. Lunetta who was 50 years
old, entered the hospital at ,3:30
p.m. yesterday and died two
hours later of a heart attack.
He resided in Ancon, and was
emoloved by. the Canal for the
past 16 years. Bom In New York
City, the deceased has no fami family
ly family on the Isthmus, but, listed
relatives in Massachusetts.

"Lei tKe people know the truth and the country is safe Abraham Lincoln.

3Ist YEAR

PANAMA, R. P., SATURDAY, JANUARY 7, 1956

FIVE CENTS

Russians May Try Welshing
On Paymenffor Downed Plane

r;

WASHINGTON. Jan. 7 (UP)

The United States has plenty of
evidence supporting its demand
Russia pay $725,000 for a Navy pa patrol
trol patrol bomber that Soviet airmen
shot down last June, officials said
today.
But there is speculation Rus Russia
sia Russia my try to dodge payment,
; anyway.
Officials said the U.S. note de demanding
manding demanding payment was on y a
highly condensed version of an ex exhaustive
haustive exhaustive study made by he Navy
of the incident. Backing up the U.
S. case are affidavits from the
plane's crew and pictures of the
wreckage.

The Navy patrol bomber was at attacked
tacked attacked by Soviet jet fighters while
flying a routine mission over the
Bering Sea between Alaska and Si Siberia.
beria. Siberia. s
In the note delivered to the Rus Russian
sian Russian embassy here yesterday, sec secretary
retary secretary of state John Foster Dulles
branded the attack "entiely un unprovoked.''
provoked.'' unprovoked.'' Dulles insisted that the Ameri American
can American plane was never closer than

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Eden To Allow
Commons Debate
On Arms Scandal
LCWDON. Jan. 7 (UP) Prime
Minister Anthony Eden will give
in to a Labor Party demand for
a House of Commons debate on
British surplus arms sales to the
Middle East, informed so u r c e s
said today.
But the sources said he would
use the debate to make a firm
defense of recent government po policy
licy policy and to "clear his name" be before
fore before he departs for : Washing ton
and a series of talks with Presi President
dent President Eisenhower. '..
Labor leader Hugh Gaitskell cal called
led called earlier this week for debate
in Commons before Eden sails on
Jan. 24. Eden refused at first,
but is now reported ready to hold
the public airing on Jan. 24, the
day the members return from their
Christmas vacation.
,The mounting belief Eden would
answer the growing criticisms
stemmed from his announcement
the government would issue a
"white paper" on the arms scandal
on Jan,. 17 or 18. The "white pap paper"
er" paper" then would become the sub subject
ject subject of the debate.
SEATO Countries
To Meel Jan. 16

In Australia
WASHINGTON, Jan7 (UP)
Military leaders of theNJ n i t e d
States and other Southeast Asia
Treaty Organization coutrie will
meet in Australia this montm to

shape new defense plans for the

Asian-Pacific area.

It was learned today the eight-

nation military meeting will be
held at Melbourne Jan. 16-21 as a
prelude to the SEATO Foreign
Ministers meeting in Karachi, Pa Pakistan,
kistan, Pakistan, in March.

Adm. Felix Stump, command-

er-m-chlef of the Pacific Fleet,
will be top U.S. representative.

Secretary of State John" Foster
Dulles and the Foreign Ministers
of Pakistan, Thailand, the Phil Philippines,
ippines, Philippines, Australia, New Zealand,
Britain and France will attend the

Karachi conference March 6-8.

The military a n d diplomatic

meetings will go a long way to toward
ward toward developing new allied mea measures
sures measures to combat communism tfn

the political, diplomatic, econo economic
mic economic and military front.

24 miles to Soviet territory and I
probably was 53 miles away.
He said Russia was entirely toi
blame for the incident. None of!

the plane's 11 crewmen were kill killed,
ed, killed, but seven were injurd.
Th total loss was set at $1,-.
449,895.36. But the United States
agreed to accept a Russian of offer
fer offer last summer to pay 50 per
cent of the losses.
The Soviet offer came when re

lations between the United States
and Russia were better than they
are at present. At ha ime he
nations were looking forward to
the "summit" conference in Gene Geneva
va Geneva and there was less tension.
In view of the So vie t
poor debt-paying performance in
the past, there has been spec speculation
ulation speculation that the Russians may
now claim the U.S. bill is too
high and attempt to welsh on
their promise to pay.

Armas Fires Three
In Crackdown
On Frustrated Coup
GUATEMALA CITY, Jan. 7 7-(UP)
(UP) 7-(UP) President Carlos Castillo

Armas fired three top officials

and exiled four anti-government
plotters yesterday in a crackdown

on elements blamed for the new

year's attempt to overthrow his

regime. : .
Castillo said in an interview he

will adopt the ruthless methods of

his Communist enemies n neces

sary to prevent new unrest in
Guatemala,

He dismissed Defense Minister
Fnrinnp Ho lnn. Economic Min

ister Jorge Arenales and Col. Ja Jacinto
cinto Jacinto Estrada, chief of the Nation

al Police. Foreign Minister Do

mingo Goicolea; and government

ncs exenangea jods.

The "President istalled Col. Juan

F. Oliva as Defense Minister,
Salvador Saravia as Economy

Minister and Col. canos ae i-eon

as Police Chief.
. Atfh namft time. Castillo an

nounced that Oscar Barrios, Oscar
Hurtado, Luis F. Galich and Car Car-ins
ins Car-ins 7.aphrissnn. Jr.. have been ex

iled to El Salvador as accomplic

es in the "crazy ana senseless
New Yea's plot,
Israelis Say Egypt
Fired On Patrol

Sent Jets Over

JERUSALEM, Israeli Sector.

Jan. 7 (UP) An Israeli military!

spokesman charged today that
Egyptian positions opened fire
on an Israeli patrol in the El!
AujaNitzana desert region

wnicn was me scene oi major
clash November 3.
Mai. Daii Gov of the Israeli

Army also said two Egyptian I
Vampire Jet fighters penetrated

Israeli anspaue rniuii jri-aici-
day and flew over the Eilat re region
gion region of Israel on the Gulf of
Aqaba.j;-
The Israeli patrol did not re return
turn return the fire on the tfgypMans
at El Auja-Nltzana and there
were no casualties Gov. said.
It also was reported that Sy-1
rlan gun positions opened fire
on Israeli shepherds and their
flocks of sheep at Yashuv In
upper Galilee. r

The "request' as the State
Department called it listed $90, $90,-000
000 $90,-000 for personal injuries to .the

crewmen and another $857.65 for

their personal property lost in the
crash.
Other items were $924,700 for

the plane; $95,645 for aircraft 1 e e-quipment;
quipment; e-quipment; $3,000 for rescue oper

ations, and $335,674.71 for "expen "expenditures
ditures "expenditures and loss in consequence of
injuries to the crew members and
their disablement,"
The note reiterated this coun country's
try's country's insistence that the attack
was unprovoked and that the Nep Nep-une
une Nep-une plane was legally flying, in

international territory over the

Bering Sea, not over Soviet terri

tory as1 claimed by Russia.
Dulles also repeated his earlier
statement that in accepting Rus Russia's
sia's Russia's offer to pay half, the Unit

ed States was not "condoning the

illegality of the Soviet conduct...r
He said the Russian offer was
accepted because of the "special

circumstances" suf rounding t b e

incident.
. The State Department explain explained
ed explained these were Molotov's expression

Kubilschek Speaks
At Special Session
In Washington, D. C.

WASHINGTON, Jan. 7 (UP)
President-elect Juscelino Kubits Kubits-chek
chek Kubits-chek said in a speech here today

that fan-Americanism should
mean action and not mere words.

Kubitschek spoke at a special
session of the Council of the Or Organization
ganization Organization of American States
(OAS) which was held at noon to today
day today to honor him on his visit to

Washington. Washington.-The
The Washington.-The session was held in the

council chamber of the Pan-American
Union, frequentlly described
as "La Casa de las Americas," to

which the President-elect was wel

corned in an address by Ambas Ambassador
sador Ambassador Cesar Tulio Delgado of Co

lombia, president of the council.
'Pan-Americanism must not be
allowed to become a mere collec collection
tion collection of documents that glorify our
political and legal culture,". Ku

bitschek said, "nor should It be
reduced to a sacramental formula

that is periodically invoked in

times oi crisis to demand, for the
common weal, never-ending sacri sacrifices
fices sacrifices from the peoples of the hem hemisphere.
isphere. hemisphere. v

of regret and his statement that
orders had been issued to prevent
any future plane shootings.

nationalists Still

Opposed To Talks

With Chinese Reds

TAIPEI, Jan. 7 (UP) Na

tionalist Chinese official quar quarters
ters quarters reiterated emphatically to

day the governments firm op

position to peace talks with the
Chinese Communists.
Rumors of such talks were
raised In London and at Macao

earlier: this week. These reports
said preliminary groundwork
was now being laid for secret

peace negotiations between the

Nationalist and Communist Chi Chi-nese,
nese, Chi-nese, .,..
One London report had it that

Gen. Morris A. "Two-Gun" Co

hen would serve, as the so-be

tween for such negotiations.
Cohen was bodyguard to Dr. Sup

Yat-sen, lather oi tpe Chinese
republic, and once held a posi position
tion position of considerable stature Jn
Chinese politics.
One highly reliable Natlonal Natlonal-tis
tis Natlonal-tis official source, who request requested
ed requested to rem aln anonymous, said
the Communist Chinese has
deliberately planted the storvin
London to torpedo Nationalist
Chinese prestige. The National

ist though the Communists
hoped to adversely effect na

tionalist support, amon? , over overseas
seas overseas Chinese populations in
southeast Asia bv showing that
"Formosa is bowing to the Pei Pei-plng
plng Pei-plng government."
Spellman Is Ciyen
Audience By Pope

VATICAN CITY., Jan. 7 (UP)

Pope Pius XII received Francis
Cardinal Spellman of New York in

nrivate audience for 40 minutes

today.'"'. .-

There were no official state state-ients
ients state-ients on wht they diwsed. But

the- conversation, provided them an

opportunity to talk a b o u t the

Pope s urgent attempts to reach
an international accord on nuclear

control.

Spellman said the mootinc was

"very pleasant." He will leave.

Sunday for Germany to visit A
merican forces.

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SHOWS STRENGTH IN FRENCH ELECTIONS Clad in a bathrobe, Pierre Poujade (left)
drinks a victory toast with wife and other party members at his headquarters near Paris.
The Right-Wing Poujadists won 52 seats In the French Assembly in nationwide elections.

Reds In Party,
Roujade States

To Newspapermen

PABT5 .Tan 7 fTTPl Extreme

rightist Pierre Poujade said to

day there are a lot ot commu communists"
nists" communists" in his anti-tax movement
that mushroomed into a maior po political
litical political force in this week's French

elections.
But Poujade said any Commu Communists
nists Communists in his organization are Pou Pou-iadists
iadists Pou-iadists first. ..nd Reds second.

tpd that his movement-

Called "Fascist" by opponents is

nnr tui utpn

The 34-year-old smalltown book

stnrn nrnnnetor was answering

newspaper charges that the Com

munists helped mm start me anti-tax
"crusade" that won 52 Na National
tional National Assembly seats in its first
try.. :

Ex-Premier Pierre menaes-
TTfronno'o npwsnanpr L'ExDreSS

demanded today that the hew Na

tional Assembly invalidate tne e-

lection of Poujade's followers j on
thov ari nnt free agents.

Tertainlv we have 8 1 0 t : of

rnmmnnUto in iiur movement.'

Poujade told the United Press m

his Pans headquarters.
is nnt a nnlitical move

ment, but a reform movement. We
kmiA man nf all nart.ics, but first

liaTi. JV" r
a., mirnbri nr the move-

U1CJ .It i"v,-. - --

ment and memDers oi uie pun

only secondary.
i),,ioHo crwnpd the demand

that the election of his deputies

be auashed.
t'h nnnthn hpan nf manure

they're trying to sling at us," Pou Pou-isdc
isdc Pou-isdc ssid
"The candidates elected with our
support are not deputies m the
normal sense. They are represen representatives
tatives representatives of our movement, and they
are there to take orders-nothing
else. -'
"I already have made it clear
what will happen if they don't,"
the husky Poujade added. "'
PnninHa tial cairi nrpvinnslv riis

deputies would" "hanged" if

thev fail to fo low tne line laid

down by his movement. j
"I don't say we will not work I
with the Communists," Poujade i
added. "I don't say we will refuse:
to work with anybody. We won't i
seek collaboration with other par-1
ties. But if we are approached, wei

will discuss the matter at our
national congress on Jan. 14."
Army LI. Sentenced
In Lovers' Slaying
FT TlffTRflTR. Va.. .Tan. T (VP)

First Lt. George E. Falcom was
sentenced to 12 years at hard la labor
bor labor and dismissal from the Army
today for shooting a blond steno stenographer
grapher stenographer who spurned his love.
The sentence was passed by an
Army court martial. It will be re reviewed
viewed reviewed by higher military author-
itv

Balbom was convicted yester yesterday.
day. yesterday. The military panel found the
32-year-old former company com commander
mander commander from Nashua, N.H., guil guilty
ty guilty of firing three bullets into Syl Sylvia
via Sylvia Miller. :Jv;

The 18-year-old Leesburg, Va.,
girl was shot during a quarrel out outside
side outside the Ft. Bclvoir Officiers' Club
Oct. 15. He also is charged with

j breaking Miss Miller s jaw witn
I his fist in another argument last
August.

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PREMIER HEARS FIRST RESULTS Returning from vfjng in
his home district, Edgar Faure (left) and his wife, Lucie, learn

of the first partial election results from Jacques Duhamel
'in Paris,

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