The Panama American

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

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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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University of Florida
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SHOWN WITH HIS FAMILY In happier times.., Edward Mc Mc-Cully,
Cully, Mc-Cully, Jr., of Milwaukee, Wis., was killed last Sunday by Auca
Indians. His body and those of lour other missionaries have
been buried in Ecuador near where they were slain. Here he
Is shown with his wife Marilou and their two jsons Stephen
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Indian Experts Believe
Refusal Of Head'
Perhaps Angered Aucas

QUITO, Ecuador, Jan. 14 (UP)
Searchers in the Ecuadorean
jungle yesterday located -the
body of the last of five Ameri American
can American missionaries slain Sunday by
Indian headhunted perhaps
because they refused a shrunken
heart r ? a
iAn A!.jjgu. sfiokeman said'
today that one of the C-47s
sent to Ecuador ti,as expected
to leave Guayaquil sometime
today for Albrook. The aircraft
was to return with the disas disas-sembled
sembled disas-sembled Army helicopter a-;
board, he added. -Exact
time of the plane's ar arrival
rival arrival here was not known how however,
ever, however, but was expected some some-time
time some-time late this afternoon.)
The dead, now buried, mem.
bers of the Evangelical (Protes (Protestant)
tant) (Protestant) Mission based here, are
Nathaniel Saint, of Fullerton,
Calif.; T. Edward McCully, Jr.,
of Wauwatosa, Wis.: Roger You You-derian,
derian, You-derian, of Billings. Mont.; Peter
Fleming, of Seattle, and James
Elliott, of Portland, Ore.
They had enjoyed considera considerable
ble considerable success In early efforts to
Ccliiocrcnl Pcujsds
Ccbris Ccnvcne;
$knd:r Action Duo
PARIS. Jan. 14 .(UP) The
first post-election conference of
rabble rousing Pierre Pou jade's
followers opened here today witn
slander action hanging over
the head Of its leader.
, The Poujadist: National Con Congress,
gress, Congress, called to discuss party
Bollcy after the election cam
paign triumph which swept 52
Poujadist deputies into tne Na National
tional National Assembly, began at in the
Paris fair grounds. A
At about the same time a
Paris court begun hearing an
action for slander brought by
former National Assembly.
speaker! Pierre Schneiter against
the 35-year-old extremist leader.
Pou jade has promised to at attend
tend attend both functions. -
The slander action ; concerns
violent personal attacks Poujade
is alleged to have made acainst
Schneiter, during the election
campaign. ;
Schneiter recently collected
400,000 -.- francs (1,142 ilollar3)
from another Poujadist whom he
sued in a Chalons-sur Marne
court. .'
Eisenhower Ooens
Red Cross Drive
WASHINGTON, Jan. 14 (UP)
.President Eisenhower, also
honorary president of the Red
Cross, was awarded the first
volunteer workers button today
In the organization's 1956 fund fund-raising
raising fund-raising campaign. '-
' The presentation was made at
t ceremony in his office. The
President formally opened the
drive for more than-$1,300,000
among residents of the Wash Washington
ington Washington area.. ,.
BALHOA TIDES
SUNDAY. JANUARY 15
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establish friendly relations with

me savage Auca jnaian head head-hunters
hunters head-hunters in the "ereen hell'' inn.
gleg of eastern Ecuador,- They
were, massacred shortly, after a
group of strange Indians appear
ea on me srms. ., ..
Inti.'nn rx';-':rt. hnre U-.c.ri-ed
the strnncrs have1 offered
the' missionaries t. ihnmlrsn
head most prized ; trophy of
their tribe is a tnirn of 1 Hn4.
Ship. :U,. y ;-.;.';'
The Americans would have
been almost certain to refuse
the erl.slv olft.. inn t.h. ff,,.i
could have set off the hairtri-'
ger tempers Of the bloodthirsty
savages, the experts said. .
The missionaries knew they
were taking their lives in their
hands when they ventured a-
monsr the Alirm. who ho va. Kaon
continuously on the warpath a a-gainst
gainst a-gainst all comers for at least 40
years.
NATHANIEL SAINT of Low Lower
er Lower Moreland, Pa.; was one of
the five .missionaries massa massacred
cred massacred by savage Auca Indians
in the Jungles of Ecuador.
' "Thes Tieonln r Vlilnir u
Hot said in his .last letter to hi?
mother, Mrs. Fred Elliot, of
Portland. ..' .. . ., ;
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Dearn no ill will tciwnrA tii. Tm
dlans who slew her son. :
He was doinar his dutv to
God;" she said in Portlands "Pos "Pos-Siblv
Siblv "Pos-Siblv this is nnrt nf Hi nla
brlii? His word to these unfor
tunate savages.) , 1
' Fuel sunnlies ran nut. vpefer.
dav Bt Rhpll Mem t.hm nntnnct
of civilization nearest the scene.
Meanwhile,- the Ecuadorean
government expressed fnrmal
condolences to the United State.
fcnrique sancner. nrotocol chief
at the Foreign Office, called on
U.S. Ambassador Shelton MHls
to voice the sympathy of the
government and people of Ecuai
dor for the massacre-
Persons close to the mission,
in trvine to niece tnzet.her th
details of thp txappriv salrf fhat
to; Auca and Jivaro' tribes of
neaanunters. the shrunken head
of an 'enemy is the most' prized
trophv. If such a trophv were to
be relected as an offering rf
frtendshtn It. would ho a hitmlH.
nting insult to the Indians, like-
)v to unleash the full fury of
thr sanguinary instincts, thev
said.'
On the other hand, acceotance
of sveh' an offprint probably
would he unthinkable, to th A-
merlcms., on .. iaoriL. grouads.
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German Police
Threaten
British Crew
BERLIN, Jan 14 (UP)-Brit-II
troon.t ruch u.
ish
west ;
Communist police fired warning
attempting to remove wreck wreck-en
en wreck-en 1n
v.
Th 2!t.T.af ns-n,... ....
men threatened, the repairmen
m men neiatnem
bSV for llmntt f. u.
The DOllr.e B llnnrrl i
the jeep only after 50 British
troops arrived and Russian of officer
ficer officer intervened.
Mai. Gen. W ; rwfii
Rerlln' 'Brlti.k I.'j"
protested the Communist po police
lice police action to Maj. Gen. p.' a.
Dibrova, his Soviet counterpart.
The military police jeep skid skidded
ded skidded into a tree adjoining a path
in Spandau Forest late last
"'." wa jiui iowea away
until 4 .m. today,
The front enrf nf fh. ..kui.
stayed in West Berlin territory,
but the rear end swung over In Into
to Into the Soviet rone of Germany.
The Communist police refused
to let thf reDairmen mnv t.hP
rear end across the border,
me three British passengers
in the 1een worn inhir4
slightly The police aimed their
carbines at the: British crewmen
and told tnenj to stay away from
the jeep. When the Britons mov moved,
ed, moved, the Uolice fired six warnin
shot into the alr.t 0
d 't i-thft cr ne.' t,,;i !, tnirf :
British- officrr in charge of t;,e
crew that the. InrWunt ,.
yond his competence
' The British; officer .then call called
ed called m the 50 troops oh the dou-
oie. a snort time later, another
Soviet officer ftrrlved" And, au authorized
thorized authorized removal of the ; Jeep
lmmediateiyj The East German
police withdrew into the woods.
Fridnds In Ireland ;
Close US SeVvice; 1
Dublin. Jan. u rupy .Th
United States will close its In Information
formation Information .and library .service
here tomorrow" because it feels
it has so. many friends in Ire Ireland
land Ireland the service no longer Is
needed.
Florida's Cold
Few Signs Of
MIAMI, Jan. 14. (UP) Flor Florida's
ida's Florida's worst cold wave in 16
years showed few signs of ft let letup
up letup today and emergency tank
cars rolled In with new heating
fuel for homes of shivering cit citizens.
izens. citizens. -'..''. r" ...".'..-;.'.'.
Gas distributors said the new
supply would ease a severe fuel
shortage along the tourist-pack
ed south Florida gold coast, but
there were still homes without
heat, some of them with sick
children. .-
The wave of 30-40 d e g r e e
weather drove -an estimated
half-million tourists from the
beaches.: But those remaining
fared better huddled (n warm
hotel lobbies than local residents
in tropic homes- without regular
heating systems."
Citizens flocked to movies to
keep warn until bedtime, or
lingered over eoffee in heated
restaurants.
Among the hardest hit were
7.800 migrant tarm laoorers wno
come to Florida in winter to
harvest crops,
Many crops were destroyed and
the workers, .without work and
oay, had only their tiny,1 board-
thin shacks to protect them
from the wind and cold.
Weathermen said it may be
the middle of next week before
temperatures "get back to nor
mal." , '..
Meanwhile, a series of howl
ing storms slashed Into north
ern California ana tne Wheath
er Bureau warned of a possible
recurrence of the Christmas
week flood disaster which killed
scores and caused millions of
dollars in a half-dozen separate
The U.S. "Weather Bureau
ordered whole gale warnings
potited from Cape lilanco, OieM
to Pt. Reyes, a sSsort distance
north of San Francisco.
Weather Bureau spokesman
said the storms formed around
the .Hawaiian. I:Iandj and. then
suddenly, swept northeastward

PANAMA, R. P., SATURDAY, JANUARY 14, 195$

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Dulles Stands Pat
On Statements
About Asia Issues

WASHINGTON. Jan. 14 (UP)
Secretary of State John Foster
Dullas still is convinced that
Britain backstracked on an Ai Ailed
led Ailed undertaking to fight In In Indochina
dochina Indochina if necessary, authorita authoritative
tive authoritative sources said today.
Britain emphatically denied It
agreed to fight. A British For For-egn
egn For-egn Office spokesman said his
country had agreed on April 13,
1954, only to examine the pos possibility
sibility possibility of establishing "a col
lective defense" in southeast A-
sla and the western Pacific. At
that times Dulles conferred wth
Sir Anthony Eden, then Foreign
Minister.
The transatlantic argument
over two-year-old history was
sparked 'by- Dulles' .interview
with Life Magazine. In the In
terview, Dulles said the Elsen Elsenhower
hower Elsenhower administration had look
ed war "souare in the face"
three times and had averted it
by taking "strong action.'
Dulles, in commetine on tne
Life article, : said Wednesday
that in 1954 ."all the w 0 r l d
knew", Britain and France would
have taken "united action if
the 1954 Geneva truce talks on
Indochina had broken down.
Asked If the program Included
use of atomic bombs on Red
China, if the Reds had moved
into Indorl-' Dulles ald the
wrim J... common al allied
lied allied military tlml "with what whatever'
ever' whatever' weapons would be appro appropriated
priated appropriated hr-A-'--'" ; v ...
- Americ(in bfficlftls Acknowl Acknowledged
edged Acknowledged the. whole: thlnr could be
based on an honest misunder misunderstanding.
standing. misunderstanding. But they said Dulles
and his aides were convinced
during the private talks in Lon London
don London that the British said they
would join in Indochina inter intervention,
vention, intervention, if necessary, -v,
;They said Dulles was Inform Inform-ed
ed Inform-ed later by. the. British -Ambassador
that his country was un unwilling
willing unwilling to go ahead as planned
during the London talks.
The State Department said
yesterday that Dulles suoported
the statements in the Life Mag Magazine
azine Magazine aricle which were attri
buted directly to him. But the
Department withheld comment
on the remainder of the article.
Wave Shows
Moving Away
to the west coast on 70-mlle-
per-hour winds.
"These storms will cause ex excessively
cessively excessively heavy rains in the
northern part of California," the
oureau said. "There is probabil
ity that the rivers north of Sa
cramento and San Francisco will
reach danger levels."
"This series of storms Is slm
liar m many respects to those
of Christmas week, but we can cannot
not cannot say that as much rain will
fall again," it added. However,
an concerned should be prepar
ed to take necessary action a
gainst high water levels."
The Christmas week tragedy
was California's worst flood di
saster. "' ;.-- '.:
Meanwhile, an explosion add
ed to the discomfort in chilly
Baton Rouge, la., by knocking
out gas heat.
The Baton Rouge situation was
perilous as well as uncomfort uncomfortable.
able. uncomfortable. The gas company said it
could not restore service until
all consumers could turn off
their gas lines to avoid being
"blown to bits."
A great displaced band of sub-i
arctic air, cast Into the South
by, an Atlantic stom. held the!
region In its grip for the sixth
straight day plunging morning
temperatures below freezing well
into Florida.
A civic leader. In Florida ap
pealed to the governor to de
clare a state of emergency In the
resort city or Ft. Lauderdale
because whole subdivisions of
homes were without gas for
heating. A run on stores for e-
lectric heaters ana iuel oil ourn
ers depleted stocks of these
standby heating units. Schools
were closed in the area.
Only two firms, both opera opera-tow
tow opera-tow of a pipeline distribution
system in the downtown Ft.
Lauderdale area, had sufficient
gas to keep their regular cus
tomers supplied.
. The governor dscllnrd to. de
ciare an emergency extols.

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Diplomas feared the Incident
would get the forthcoming E-den-Elsenhower
talks off to a
cool start. These iheetings begin
at tne wnite House Jan. 10.
Sen. Hubert H. Humphrey
(u-Minn.) demanded Dulles
withdraw his statements on how
the administration avoided war.
Officials said Dulles had no
plan to withdraw them.
"V
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REJECTS SUGGESTION 'i.
Secretary ot State John Foster
Dulles makes ft point during'
his news conference in Wash Washington
ington Washington at which he rejected
suggestions by Russia and In India
dia India that the u. S.. suspend
future H-bomb tests.
Sen. Wfllfvr V flenritm n n
Democratic r foreign policy
spokesman in Congress sbih in
commeting on the Dulles arti
cle tai tms country:s "best in-
mresw' cannot oe served by get getting
ting getting close to danger."
"Mv iudem'ent. Is if. fan hp hot
ter served the farther w ran
stay away from actual danger In
justice ana nonor," the Georgia
senator said.
Former Secretary of st a f
Dean Acheson. In one of hi
rare speecnes since leaving of
flee under t.h nmnrrBt tan
ed on the administration last
nignt to tell the truth about
foreicn issup nf9ii t utimi
Huvusiensm:. 10 cover iauures,
Uiiempbycd Farmers
Clash Vifl Italian :
Police; Ohd Dead
POTENZA. ItaivJan il HTP,
a zz-year-om farmer was killed
ana fourteen other persons injur
ed Vesterdav in 1 shurn rlash h.
tween unemployed farmers and po-
inc.
Both sides nnpnprl flro vuhun tho
I farmers who had started tearing
up a roaa reiusea iq aisperse. Af After
ter After the situation had been claimed
by Police and carabinierl (teA4r
iponcej, one larmer, kocco Dira
soio, was aeaa, lour others wound
ea ana nine policemen wounded.
The fiehtine took nlace an tW
outskirts of the small town of
Venosa, clos eto Potenza. t in involved
volved involved mnrp. than .000 farmcrc
who were nrntpstinff their lark nf
wore ana local pouce pius reinfor reinforcements
cements reinforcements rushed from Potenza.
Quoting Cabbi:s
Duck Olnck Ccts
FrL'ny The 13ili
EVANSVILLE, Ind., Jan, 14
(UP) Taxi drivers here drove
with special caution yester yesterday.
day. yesterday. No one wanted a black
cat as' "reward" for a Fri Friday
day Friday the 13th accident.
Two cab companies an
pounced a "contest" among
employes, with a live black cat
to be given to the first driver
In each fleet to have an ac accident.
cident. accident. On, Friday, May J
last year, drivers for one com company
pany company had five accidents, the
jrerst.aiss?? day. rewd'f te
- year. .

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Avila Moves
To Hole
Internationa
Mexican lawyer Florencio Avi Avila
la Avila Sanchez who is embroiled in
an embezzlement suit filed by
ex-Areentlne President Juan D.
Pejron yesterday transferred his
Dase ot operations from Hotel m
Panama to the less sumptuous
Hotel Internacional.
A vlla owes El Panama over
$800 In unpaid bills, and because
of non-payment had been lock
ed out of his room which still
contains his personal belongings.
The Mexican has been accus
ed by Peron of stealing a copy
of his manuscript "La Fuerza es
el Derecho de las. Bestlas" which
Avila was to have copyrighted in
Mexico. v
According to District Attorney
Antonio de Leon. Avila had pro
duced a document which author
izes him to handle copyrighting
of Peron's book. However, this is
the only piece of evidence
brought to the attention of the
D.A. so far.
. Although the Mexican lawver
has threatened to sue Per6n for
slander no actual suit has been
nied, De Leon said. He added
that Avila wanted to wait until
Peron's charges of embezzlement
against him were disposed of in
some way before filing suit.
The District Attorney said to;.
day that he did not expect anv
action in Perbn's claim for at
least a month, explaining that
time was reauired for the Irsal
authorities to rM-i
from. Mexico. Avil ..s ciawrd
be ...ailed the manuscript to an
individual in Mexico, and De
Leon said today this information
would be checked.
The Peron suit was orleinallv
filed with Colon District Attor.
ney Clemente Barrera but it was
turned over to De Lerin for stiidv.
Avila pleaded not guilty when,
he produced the document sign
ed by Peron.
Mule-Moiinlcd Rebs
Pasted By French
Planis In Morocco
RABAT, Morocco, Jan. 14 (UP)
French warplanes have In Inflicted
flicted Inflicted heavy casualties on reb rebel
el rebel forces appearing in the Ttiz Ttiz-Ouzli
Ouzli Ttiz-Ouzli area, northeast of Fez. :
- Reports reaching here said
tne French wanes summed a
rebel convoy, mounted on mules,
and caused. heavy losses with
bomb and machine-gun attacks.
The exact casualty toll was
not known. . : ; .... ..'
Meanwhile In neighbouring
Algeria, French forces operating
in the Constantine area killed
one rebel, of the ".Army of Al
lan1 ana wounaea another.
In the Nementcha Mountain
area another French column
clashed with rebels. eight miles
southeast of Del-Ouldla and in
fllcted an undetermined number
of casualties.
The situation in other areas
remained quiet.
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RECOVERY Little Bob Toski makes a recovery while shooting out of the rough during pl'i
In the second round of the $7,500 Panama Open golf tournament now underway at the Fan an
onlf rlnh. Toski. tilasuert hv tnneh luck, is an even ten strokes off the race at the half wa-

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WASHINGTON, Jan. 14 (UP) Informed sources
said today that the United States has notified Panama cf
its dissatisfaction with the Panamanian decree-law isst
November concerning a 75 per cent reduction of the Pan Panamanian
amanian Panamanian duty on alcoholic beverages bought there fo"
portation into the Canal Zone.
According to news reports from Panama, the decrjs decrjs-law
law decrjs-law gave Zone authorities the responsibility for applying
th duty reduction. The United States position is that it
is the responsibility of the Panamanian government to rp
ply the' reduction. ;v -; V-'?;.

(Panama officials Insisted
today that the only require.'
ment for the purchase of tax tax-reduced
reduced tax-reduced liquor by U. S. f ot ot-ernment
ernment ot-ernment employes residing on
the Canal Zone Is ft ('free-entry,
permit.";;.;
(One official said it was his
understanding that some duly
authoriied Canal Zone estab establishments
lishments establishments are already buying
liquor in Panama at the re reduced
duced reduced tax rate and pointed
out that long before Christ
. m""lff"sl f'a.TiR.!-'?f!' rr'-
it" t.t..i L.iVi1 14: ..'' f-.fi-
T.,nl,ije tif the reduced rale if
the free entry permits had
been Issued by Canal Zone
authorities.) .'
The reduction provision w as
included in a "Memorandum of
Understandings" between the
two governments: when a revis revised
ed revised Treaty was reached on the
part of. the Panamanian gov-:
ernment, which agreed that as
long as United States Executive
Order 6997 remains effective
Panama would grant the duty
reduction.
Executive Order 6997 was Is Issued
sued Issued by the United States on
March 25, 1935. and provided
that alcoholic beverages con containing
taining containing more than 3.2 percent
of alcohol by weight for use in
the Zone must be bought frtm
Panamanian dealers.
The United States at one time
considered revoking-the Execu Executive
tive Executive Order, but Panama request requested
ed requested that It be kept in effect. So
as to keep it in effect,-Panama,
during the treaty negotiations,
agreed in he Memorandum of
Understandings to -grant the
duty reduction.
The United Stateipositlon is
that the Panamanian govern government,
ment, government, and not the United States,
must administer the .- reduction
to carry out its obligations un under,
der, under, the memorandum.'
' Panama has been Informed of
that position.
The auestion now is being
considered here as to whether
the executive orden which ori ori-einallv
einallv ori-einallv was issued unilaterally
by the United States, should be
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amended or revoked, or hat
other action should be taken if
Panama continues to malcliia
its present attitude.
Report liMiit;
01 Plan3 CcOiskns
WASKTNOTCW,' Jan. 11 r"Y
today tnat ii,e 6i:;i' o' ': ".'t:
collisions has leached aiu....ir.2
proportions. .. .r .,.
Steps tff modernize the 'out 'outmoded"
moded" 'outmoded" and ,!bverloaded" fed federal
eral federal air traffic control system
run by the Civil Aeronautics
Administration were urged m
the report.
It said passenger airliners are
Involved in an average of four
near collisions every day and
military, private and other
planes face a similar danger.
Action la urgently needed, the
report said, to avert "evermore
danfrous conditions" in theatr
conditions" in the air over tho
United states where 90,000 ac active
tive active civil and military planes
now operates
It recommended that Presi President
dent President Eisenhower name a man
of "national reputation" Tdth
full authority to draw a master
plan for air navigation, traffic
control and communications
facilities that could serve the
nation, for the next 20 years.
Such facilities must be tied to
Jet-age developments that will
see commercial planes traveling
1,000 miles an hour by 1975.
The report was prepared after
a seven-month survey by eight
aviation, business and govern government
ment government authorities serving as con
sultants to Budget Director
Rowland R. Hughes.
The group headed by Wil William
liam William Barclay Harding, New York
investment banker, pilot and Re Reserve
serve Reserve officer said air traf fit-
control is "lagging iar Denirca Denirca-alrcraft
alrcraft Denirca-alrcraft development and na
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SAN ANTONIO BUGLE
. ". San Antonio, Texas
i Sirs: V
1 I have had a few letters from friends-south of the border
asking if I thought Elsenhower -would run again, and thats a
hard question to answer at this time for I am satisfied he doesn t
know himself. ,
It would bs a hard fight for him to win if the Democrats
nominate anv good man other than Stevenson. Was asked if
'. Texas would go Republican. If Stevenson is nominated, yes.
The independent voters are against him. and he Is not strong
' with Texas Democrats. From the way it looks now, Kefauver is
' the favorite, but I am for Karriman. 1 don't think he wants to
take the chance, but he wouldn't refuse to make the race if no no-!,
!, no-!, minated. ; "" '' ' :" r-."
' Looks like Democrats in the next Senate wlU gain few
at Jiavrt hinw ?i ft Renublicart cresldent.

. iu hava hart nur ftth i-irv freeze and no rain in light, but the

!' freeze has done little damage to the valley vegetable crop, and

we have plenty to make up for iionaas losses reported in
'' morning. Falcon Dam reports low water and not half enough
. to irrigate the Texas side.
Looks like the Mighty Mowlll have to furnish us some of
t her surplus if we survive. While I won't live to see It, that's Just

; what will happen sometime, and it will be worth it at any price.
n-.ir n-ater xnnnlv in not keenlnff un with our Browing DODUla-

tlon, and we are going to have it if we have to extract the salt

from the waters of the Gun. we are aireaay cxwacwng iummuui

From Crede Calhoun's of Dec. iztft tie nas ikss aaminwu-

Lahor News
And
Comment

Oh, Yes, He Flirts. There's but Ore Lov-2 Though.

v ht VICTOR RIISEL

This being the moDth of furni furniture
ture furniture sales. Teamsters oresident

Dave Beck is runniog one of his

own. it s sort of a private sale
however.

Beck wants to sell his personal

iurniture, furnishings, art collec

tion, photographic equipment and

sundry other subjects d art in his

luxurious Seattle home. But a o t

just to any one.

He wants to sell the interior of

his house to the Teamsters Broth Brotherhood,
erhood, Brotherhood, just as he sold th4 union
the house itself last March for

$160,000 in cash. At that time, the

union had public appraisers come
in and set a value on the home.
Then the Teamsters purchased it
and agreed to pay all service and
maintenance charges and taxes on
it'

tion down to a T

Sincerely,-
"Pop" Wright

WHO KNOWS ABOUT MONE?

! 'This letter is written hoping that someone may be able to
I offer some Information in connection with stamps and coins as
described below:
' Tnfnrmniinn is heiHir soiio-ht to see if the following are oi

I'nd uea 6c. cohrwith Liberty Head circled with 13 stars dated
!l897. On the reverse side a V encircled with wreath.
; 2. U.S. 6c. stamp (eolor blue) with likeness of Theodore
i Roosevelt (no date).
3. U.S. 2c. stamp with likeness of George Washington (color
i red) no date. v it
Respectfully yours, v
- N. Harvey

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Of course, Dave has the house

to live in as long as he wants it.

Now he figures the time has

come for the union to pay him
about 3100,000 more for the furnish

ings therein also to be used by

Beck and his family although

owned by the union.

But Dave is being fair about all

this. He's not really setting the

purchase price himself although

be reckons he has about $10,000

worth of photographic and camera

equipment alone in that little per

sonal ''theatre 01 his.
He asked the union's 12-man
executive board to authorize his
hiring an appraiser to set the val value
ue value of the furnishings he will sell
to his union.
This permission he requested in
a series of letters mailed to the
Teamsters' vice presidents at

Christmas time, a right proper

time of the year for such fraternal

communications, gooa wui oeing

what it Is.
Some of the vice presidents
received their carefully guided
missives via special delivery early
Christmas morn. They were more

than slightly surprised to read that

Beck was asking them to buy his

household effects.

The letter said, In essence:
Since you have already signed

a resolution authorizing me to
maintain my home in the same
style of the late Dan Tobin (Beck's

predecessor), I now want the right
to appraise my furniture and fur furnishings
nishings furnishings so I can submit the bill
for the purchase of this part of
my household to the union's secretary-treasurer.
1

The vice-presidents then started

telephoning each other and had s
criss-cross telephonic conference

They agreed to authorize Btck to

appraise the interior of his Seat

tie home and to tell the furniture

and all furnishings to the union

There were no objections from

any of the vce ps who are not
exactly enamored of each other

and don't all agree on policy at all
times. But they concurred this
time because they felt themselves

bound by the March resolution to

.maintain Becks home in the style
I to which old Dan Tobin was ac accustomed.
customed. accustomed. I One vice-president pointed out

that the union had never' pur purchased
chased purchased Tobin's furniture. But they
agreed, nonetheless. i

Then over the telephone came
the roaring voice of elderly John

tneiisn. the nigmy rtspectea ana

powerful secretary-treasurer of
the Teamsters- Brotherhood. Let

me report now that despite the fact

that Johnny tngiisn seldom snares
the publicity which spotlights Beck
and jttUaa tin lc a strnntf fief-

ure in the Teamsters, stronger

than many another official in a

hnwrinwn. r :

Enelish simoly roared that he

"won't sign the check" for $70,000

to $100,000 for Dave's iurniture.

That's where it stands, at this mo moment.
ment. moment. Except that Brother English
is a lot more 'determined this time

than he was last time. ;

He fought the purchase of Beck's
home for $160,000. He how points

nut that if the union buvs the lur

niture. too. then the Brotherhood

will have paid Beck about a quarter

nt million, dollars for the privi

i.pi. of hiving Beck live in his

own house and use his own furni-

But, English will probably be

overruled.
Beck has a whim of iron!

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Over Briiii!i
BERLIN, Jan. 14 (UP) A
bellleerent group ef 25 East Ber Berlin
lin Berlin Communist nollcemen fired

six warning shots today over the
heads of some British soldiers in
an effort to prevent their sal sal-vafflng
vafflng sal-vafflng a. wrecked jeep.

- There were no casualties.
' The 25 Communist ."people
police" fled when the British
army brought un 50 more sol soldiers
diers soldiers as reinforcements.
The Incident occurred when a
British natral leen crashed i-

eainst a tree on the border of

the British and Soviet setovoi
Berlin. A salvage team arrived
to retrieve the jeep and the Reds
obierted. v ;
A British spokesman sa'.d the
British were ?till investigating
the Incident. ;
Senators Sal.utc
cronklmV Birth

WASHINGTON (NEAJ
telephone of ex-Sen. Harry

(K-wash) is apt 'to ring two or

three times a day or night with a

special kind of call.

It will come from some govern

ment employe caught m the red

tape web of a 'loyalty-security

investigation, and wanting help

in addition to his regular Job as

a member of the Subversive Ac

tivities Control Board, Cain has a

hobby he works on at nights.

It is aiding government employes

who are obviously innocent of any
subversive activity. He counsels
them on how to get a fair hearing
and how to get their names

cleared. .- -,'
Looking at the entire loyalty

security program today, Cain
thinks there has been a great

improvement in public understand
ing. Eighteen months ago, he says

there was a general willingness to

accept as fact any derogatory

charges against anyone's char

acter, if made by someone in an.

oniciai position.

Today ne finds the puouc willing

to listen to debates on Security
versus Freedom."

It is recognized that complete

security is tyranny, and that com complete
plete complete freedom is anarchy. What's

needed is a middle course.
This being the general situation,
Cain believes four things are need needed
ed needed in the immediate future to keep

the U.S. Republic free as well as

to make it secure.
One is to establish some means
of analyzing the unevaluated, de-

The rogatory information against

Cain I applicants for jobs with the govern

ment or government defense
contractors.
Civil Service Chairman Philip
Young recently revealed the gov government
ernment government had such information in
its. raw files on more than two
million U.S. citizens. Today all
such people are almost automati automatically
cally automatically barred from government
employment.
"Unless some process can be
found for evaluating this informa information,"
tion," information," says Cain, "we will deny,

employment to many qualified

ean t get a conviction in court
without witnesses and evidence, he
points out. And he thinks the same

conditions should apply in a

loyalty-security case in which any anyone
one anyone under investigation must

defend his honor, his reputation,
his whole life record and protect

his future.
The fourth change Cain recom

mends is to give every government
agency head the authority to

provide a hearing for any govern

ment employe being investigated
as a security risk, before he is
suspended. Atty. Gen. Brownell

S 1 w

" .. ill; 1

mwiiiow a via

people, we will move 1 0 w a r d, has already told the American Bar

mediocrity, and the public will lose

confidence in its government.
A second steo Cain recommends

is to provide counsel, at govern

ment cost, for- anyone;. being in

vestigated as a security risk by a
Board of Inquiry in any

fovernment agency.

"The armed services provide

counsel free for any of their per personnel
sonnel personnel being tried before a court-

martial," Cain points out. "There
is no reason why civilian govern government
ment government employes should not have
similar rights." '.

The third reform which cam

believes necessary is to give those

accused of being security nsKs tne

right to confront and cross cross-examine
examine cross-examine their accusers.

Government investigators say

that their whole system would fall

apart if they were forced to dis

close the sources of their informa information,
tion, information, Cain admits.

But the Department of Justice

Association he will recommend an

amendment to present law to

permit this changed procedure.
Since 1953, when the new Eisen
nower administration loyalty-

secunty program was put into

effect under executive order 10450,

more than 50 per cent of the
government employes accused ef
being security risks have even

tually been cleared.
There is no justification for
suspending government employes
from their jobs for months without
a hearing, when no Overt act has
been charged against them, says
Cain.".- ..,.;';;..:''. "-.:;::" .'
With the four reforms he recom recommends,
mends, recommends, he believes that applicants

for government jobs would be
protected, government employes
would be treated with respect, and
the public would agaia be given

1 iiiii confidence in its

government.

Walter Wine

El Men

Yosti

WASHINGTON, Jan. 14 (UP)
The Senate today voted final ap

proval of a resolution extending

u.e 'greetings and felicitation

of Congress to participants in
ceremonies in Boston and Phila Phila-d
d Phila-d :!phia next Tuesday, on the 25th
s iruvorsary of Benjamin Frank-

Moon Over Miami Beach ... ...
Celebs About Town:. Georgia

Southern (the star-stripteuse) and

J. J. Diamond of New York finally

finding a judge to wedlock them

Red Buttons, the stir, taking tne
Golden Falcon (3 and a half hours

to Idle wild) for a one-day rendez rendezvous
vous rendezvous in the Bis Bure. Mario Mar

lowe and Alan King delighting the
Eden Roc crowd . Phil Silvers
(money-mad) deserting the.Roney the.Roney-Plaza
Plaza the.Roney-Plaza sunshine to make a fast

buck at a one-night stand in Min

neapolis, the next-to-Iast-stop to the

North Pole ... The George Sol Sol-otaires
otaires Sol-otaires at swanky Maxim's raving

about its cuisine ,. Kay Norton

(of the elite Broadway NOrtons)

lighting up Stone Crab Joe's with
her new diamond sparkler ,' Tal Tal-lulah
lulah Tal-lulah Bankhead rehearsing for

the Coconut Grove Playhouse ver

sion of "Streetcar" ... Bert
Lahr (famed among showfolks as
"The Great Worrier") in his dress dressing
ing dressing room at "Waiting For Godot"

fineerine his "worry doll ... It

has Bert's glum iook.

Sallies in Our Alley. The gag-

about-New York Alleges that the
Duchess of Windsor ran into Grace

Kelly (in the Waldorf powder
room) and whisrfcred: "Make him

give up his gandamb throne .
Overheard about Marily Monroe;

"She- doesn't want a Prince. She'd

settle for one little Oscar."

Vignette: Jerry Lester started

the trend On midnight teevee now

enjoyed by Steve Allen ... Allen s

troupe is in Miami Beach doing
the show from the Fontainebleau
Hotel . An attsche for Allen
was recruiting locsl comedians to

appear on it "How about

your Lester was asked . "No,
thanks," he said ... "Why not?"
said the man ... "I was on it,"
sarcssm'd Lester, "for a year and
a half!"

Memos of a Midniehter: They
say John Jacob Astor's bie inter

s' jest'fon "the lor 2 distance' phone)

is a Boston Beacon Street beauty.
New Yorkers argue his real pulse-hopper-
is a newspaper eat ...

Jean Pierre Aumont, a pal of the

. . In the December 9th Collier's
Rainier said: "Frankly, I am a
bit afraid of movie stars. They
might find the life of a princess
a bit dull" ... "Diane It Dick"

a man-and-wlfe-team (WKAT, Mi Miami
ami Miami Beach), will be heard ever the
Mutual network . G. David
Schine wishes Cecile Kreisler (a
lovely thing) wasn't leaving for

Yurrop with her kin ... He prob

able will follow ... Her girt
friends' believe the next will be

Debbie's final film for a while .
Enciente!
Novelette: Just about 5 years

ago two pretty models were oa

all cocktail party invite lists ...
Thrown by New York's top wolves
. . One girl was a -blonde. Cool,
calm collected . The other was

a seductive looking brunette with

curves (in the proper places) ano
a come-hither look that had males
daffy . She was the first of the
two girls to land a movie contract
. . One day last week Grace
Kelly, the blonde, was on all front
pages, with news about her hap happiest
piest happiest moment ... The brunette
(who hit the jackpot first), Elaine
Stewart, made a footnote ia the
movie pages ... Requesting her
release from MGM.

Times Square Circle: What's
Billy Daniels' "Secret"? His white
hair is turning brunette again at
the Copa ... The Dunes (Vegas)
is reported diving again . Mon Monica
ica Monica Davis (ex-Copa girl) duets with
Art Mooney at Theodore's ... Re Recording
cording Recording thrush Cathy Johnston
digs the cadenzas of Joe Mele
(of the 4 Lads) the most ... Pat
Ward has given up motorbikes for
photography. Her new man is a
hocus-focuser in Greenwich Village
. .Marion Colby, now at Ciro's
(Miami Beach), will marry Judge
Bernie Frank . The Benny Car Carters
ters Carters (he's one of jazzdom's all all-time,
time, all-time, greats) are divorcing, after
all those years! . Lea Clark
(of a thread firm family) Has Don
Elliott (of the Composer set) act act-ing
ing act-ing like a spool-boy . Leslie
Steve- (author of "TUe Levers")
and Gavle Stein (the eyeful pro producer)
ducer) producer) have eyes tsrain- . Jes Jessica
sica Jessica James, the ingenue in the

upcoming "Strip for Anton mu-

prince, is reported taking it hard sicaL and Elgee Bove arc ii FI j s-

ville .'i After Graeiella Levi Levi-Castillo
Castillo Levi-Castillo of Ecuador Kissed Prince
Rainier at" the Monte Carlo Ball,
her British boy friend broke their
engagement.
How to Have a Heart Attack:
The following came from a reader,
who says he lifted it from J. H.
Strang of Toronto. It rates circu

lation: l: Your job is the most

important thing m the worm, uon i
let family, friends or anything else
interfere with it. 2: Believe in

the old adage: "It's better to wear
out than rust out." Work at least
14 hours a day. 3: If you must go

home, take a full brief case witn
you. Then you can work until

midnight and assure a good case
of insomnia. 4: Have two phones
on yeur desk and. don't delegate
any of your work te ethers. Do
everything yourself. S: Attend all

meetings. banauets and eenven

tions you ean horn ia en. It pays

to be seen around, even if not for

long. 8: If you must exercise, get
it over quickly. For example, play
at least 36 holes of golf one day
a week. 7: Smoke ten cigars a day

or 3 packs of cigarettes. Stop

smoking only when sleeping.
Broadway Owl: ."The Ponder
Heart" is having first act trouble
in tryout towns. (That's a switch!)
. .Jane Froman opens at the
Waldorf tomorrow eve'g. .They
now item Ben Cooper ("Rose Tat Tattoo")
too") Tattoo") with Peggy King. .Nancy
Sutton, the ex-Mrs. Horace Sutton,
becomes Mrs. Bert Freed on Feb.
12th. .Nanette Fabray and Marty
Mills, whom most of us thawt
were strictly a eolyum-romanee,
may merge. .Rhonda Fleming s
Hollywood chatter en her speaking
tour (at schools) promises to "re "reveal
veal "reveal aU" . .Julius LRosa always
said his idols were Ceme and Sin Sinatra.
atra. Sinatra. So he is marry if J Perry s
Girl Friday, who looks like Frank's
ex-Ava. .Ingrld Bergman, who
rarely goes to nljM clubs, did a
Paris boite with Borrsh Minne Minne-vitch's
vitch's Minne-vitch's widow and did the bolero
like crazee with Mel Ferrer. .
Tins I"i-e's b1 secret is a "Pipe
jjieiii" Li tt." 1 1 1
Curtain Calls: Paneho's Latin

Lilts at Chsteau-Madnd. -The 3

(t- .. i ea me 4)

WASHINGTON-Two significant
backstige Senate huddles took
place the week end of Jan. 1, 1955
and the week end of Jan. 1, 1956.
with far-reaching effects on the
Democratic nirtv Th h

Jan. 1, 1953, brought unity to the
Democrats. The huddle on Jan. 1,
1956, may split the Democratic
party wide open.

A Huddle Ne. 1, Exactly one
year ago, northern Senate Dem Dem-crats
crats Dem-crats decided to sidetrack any bat battle
tle battle for the nezro and civil riehts.

The decision was made at the

urging of eloouent. cerusiv

Senate Leader Lyndon Johnson,
who argued that the Democrats
having won a vital election, must

snow a united front.

Most northern Democrats

agreed. Even Senator Hubert
Humphrey, who had fouirht for

eivil rights at the Chicago Dem

ocratic convention, joined John

son in urging that civil rights be

siaetrac-ed. 50 did Senator Paul

pougias, of Chicago, militant

enampion of the underdog.

only Herbert Lehman, ex-

governor of New York, persisted.

During the private huddle of

northern Democrats, he araued

for civil rights until the end.
When he finished, Douglas t old
him:

"li you make the motion, I'll

go along but I think it's bet better
ter better not to rock the boat."

At Huddle Ne. I, Which actually

was a series of continuing huddles

held as senators returned to Wash

ington after Christmas, the same

Senator Douglas had different

ideas.

In the first place, a boy from

his city. Emmett Till, had been

murdered in Mississippi, and Chi

cago s huge negro population has

been seething.

Second, Lyndon Johnson of Tex

as, who successfully poured 011

en democratic dissent one year

ago, this year is pushing one of

the most turbulent bills in tne

! Senate. He is determined to ram

the Harris-Fulbright bill to re

verse the Supreme Court on the
regulation of natural gas through
the Senate immediately.
Higher Priced Gas
This is a bill which puts every
northern Democrat on the spot.
Big cities like Chicago, Philadel Philadelphia,
phia, Philadelphia, Detroit, Milwaukee, St. Louis
which depend on southern gas for
cooking-heating, will have to bat battle
tle battle this bill and battle it h a r d.
Not only will it hike the price of
gas to northern consumers but it
upsets the principle that the Su Supreme
preme Supreme Court has a right to inter interpret
pret interpret the law.
It will, therefore, split the Dem Democratic
ocratic Democratic ;party wide open. It will
cause almost as much friction as

an anti-lynching bill or a fair em employment
ployment employment practices bill.
The natural gas bill was all set
to pass late last summer when
Lyndon Johnson suffered his heart
attack. In his absence, other Dem Democrats
ocrats Democrats threatened a filibuster; so
Acting Leader Clements of Ken Kentucky
tucky Kentucky wisely sidetracked the gas
bm. '.,.;.;';;
Todav. therefore. Lyndon wants

tii mu it ia the earlv davs of

Congress before a filibuster could
be effective.

Thiit U where Senator Douglas

comes in. He's holding a trump
card which Lyndon Johnson ob ob-vinndv
vinndv ob-vinndv dntffl't want him to nlav.

But Douglas, who enlisted in the

Marine Corps as a private at me
ara nf 5ft anri WIS terribly WOUnd-

ed at Iwe Jima, ia likely to play

His ace is a sort of antl-lynchmg
mnn.tnt.nt a th natural fan bill

which makes it federal offense

te attack anyone en the basis ot
race, ereed or color. j

This would have removed tne mi
n (nm m i(Uissimi erand

jury and placed it before the Jus Justice
tice Justice Department in Washington. It
would also cover any race not,
kidnapping or rape case.

Whether Douglas tac.s raw omo
th. natural em bill will depend

largely e the suave, astute Sennj

ator from Texas, in sssumeu m-i,
T.hn.An nrha lluIlVI DOWI TeV-

erently toward the Texas oil and

gas fields, will not siaeirac vne
gas bill, but will try to talk bis
...... t nt th TVnitrlia threat. Andl

he is one of the smoothest talkers

ever te operate in the senate. e

seems able to talk a bird out of
a tree or Hubert Humphrey out
of his civil rights convictions.
Maybe he can talk his way out
of this one, It will be interesting
to see.
Aera-Ce-Kevrul
One reason why "Sinny,,
Weeks, the Boston blue-blood now
running the Commerce Depart Department,
ment, Department, fired Fred Lee as Civil
Aeronautics Administrator was
Lee's opposition to the telephone
company. Weeks wanted to sell

me government's air traffic con control
trol control system to American Telephone
and Telegraph, Lee objected .
Lee, incidentally, can claim just
as much blue blood in his veins
as Sinny Weeks if he wants to.
Lee is a Vermont Republican,
Weeks a Massachusetts Republi Republi-can.
can. Republi-can. Lee is independently wealthy;
served in government because he
wanted to make a career of it.
Appointed by Hoover in 1931, he
was continued b Roosevelt, pro promoted
moted promoted by Trumart, fired by Eisen Eisenhower
hower Eisenhower v.. His wife, who's name
is "Pillow" Lee a family name name-is
is name-is one of Washington's hardest
workers for the community chest
and other civic enterprises. Ike Ike-men
men Ike-men couldn't have picked a more
popular bureaucrat, with both
Democrats and Republicans, to
fire . Actually two Lees were
fired Fred Lee, a Republican, in
charge of the Civil Aeronautics
Administration, which deals with
air safety; and Josh Lee, Dem Democrat,
ocrat, Democrat, a member of the Civil Aero-,
nautics Board, which allocates air
routes. Both Lees were doing fine,
jobs . One backstage factor lurk lurking
ing lurking in the Fred Lee dismissal is
a management survey of the CAA
by Cresap, McCormick and Paget,
of Chicago. This cost the govern-'
ment $104,500 and was opposed by
Lee.' This firm had just finished
a survey of the New York Central
and was railroad-minded. Lee has
bucked' the railroads. The man
who went Over Lee's head t and.
ordered the survey anyway was
undet Secretary of Commerce Rob

ert Murray also railroad-minded.
After he left the Ike administra administration
tion administration he went to work for Baldwin
Locomotive ... The management
survey, .most of it ludicrous when
applied to air lines, was not put
into effect by Lee, is now Under,
lock and key in the Commerce
Department . At the I Annual
Commerce Department Bali; civil
aeronautics personnel paid their
respects to Secretary of Commerce
Weeks by not buying a single tick-.'
et All personnel files of top
CAA officials are now being re reviewed
viewed reviewed with a view to swinging
the ax. ;

Liiib Sbf!;e:p:rs

01 Pi:rrc Pcuj2ds
Face Union Boycott
PARIS. Jan .14 (UP) Th8
Socialist "Force Ouvrelre" Un Union
ion Union todav called on its members:
to boycott Pierre Pou jade's "lit "little
tle "little shopkeepers" and said his
movement is reactionary and
neo-F&sclst. v

The powerful Socialist Union,
which ranks second to theXom-munist-controlled
General Con
federation of Labor (C.O.T.l,.
said union members should boy boycott
cott boycott shops owned or run by
Pouiade supporters and take
their trade to co-operative
stores. i
The call was issued by the
Union's Executive Committee. It
described the Poujade movement
as "reactionary and neo-Fascist.'
Many of Poujade's 2.000,000
supporters are small shopkeen shopkeen-ers
ers shopkeen-ers and it was as their defender
against taxation that he swept
into power In the Jan. 2 elec elections
tions elections with 52 seats In the Na-'
tlonal Assembly.

At the same time the Union
declared it would also refuse to
have dealings with its Commu-:
nist-controlled "big brother"
union the General Confedera Confederation
tion Confederation of Labor. i

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YT.Z MKAM. A-MritlCAN AN INI) T PENT I XT DAILT NETFSFAFF3

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AS ARMY EMPLOYE Mrs. Anbritt Pearson was recently
awarded a Department of the Army suggestion awarded and
check for an adopted suggestion, and three other employes
were given certificates In a ceremony in the office of Col. w. N.
Hornlsh, Adjutant General, U.S. Army Caribbean. In addition
to Col. Hornish, others in the picture are (from left ta rltht)
Mrs. Pearson, Mrs. Esther V. De Mora, Jorge Molina, and'
Edward Thrope. ;.
J v : (U.S. Army Photo)

li'O Expected To 0!(
Entering His Itemc
In II. II. Primary
PORTSMOUTH, N.H., Jan. 14
(UP) President Eisenhower's
name will be entered in the New
Hampshire primary and "Official
sanction'", is expected to come
from Washington Gov. Lane Dwi Dwi-Bell
Bell Dwi-Bell said late yesterday..
Dwinell admitted that "as of
this, moment" he had no approval
from White House quartes to en enter
ter enter Mr. Eisenhower's name in the
primary, first in the nation, to .be
held March 13.
But he said the necessary 100
signatures on a nomination petition
Will be completed over the week weekend.
end. weekend. and that Monday "would ap appear
pear appear to be an opportune time" to
iJe the President's name.
Under New Hampshire law, Mr.
Eiseahower has 10 days after fil filing
ing filing of the petition to request that
his name be withdrawn.
It was in the1 New Hampshire
primary in 1952 that Mr. Eisen Eisenhower
hower Eisenhower won his first political vic victory
tory victory Questioned about his statement

mentioning "official sanction,"

Dineu said ne nad no reference
to any dispatches from Washing Washington'!
ton'! Washington'! .today because he has been

Congress Approves
lax Excmplion
For Farm Gasoline
WARHTvriTov r.. 1.

y..Si tna iuuk iia nrst lavor

moay on resident
Eisenhower's new farm program
feting just four days after Mr.
Eisenhower submitted the pro pro-gramthe
gramthe pro-gramthe Senate. Finance Com Committee
mittee Committee approved his request to
exempt gasoline used on the
farm from the two-cent-a-gal-lon
federal. tax
If finally approved by. Con Congress
gress Congress the action would mean a
SavlriPft nf aKMif tuninn An.

year for farmers who are toeinz

ucurai using operat operating
ing operating and living costs and lower
crop prices, v,
AsTirMllhir.

Benson went before the Sena w

uwi-uiiure committee to olestd
for immediate, approval or the
heart of the president's program
-his $1,000,000,000 a year "soil
Dank.

U-,f- V'1 i If
l lIj ACiivin C!inis
WASHINGTON, Jan. H (UP)
Former Secretary of State
Dean Acheson charged last niaht
that the United States has lost

the "initiative" in the cold war

and is drifting away : from Aits

western a allies.

In ad&resslithe Woman's
National Dentocratic Club, Ache Ache-son
son Ache-son jrave. this appraisal of th?
foreign policy situation in three

areas of,tie world.

fcurope--v. .we nave spent
vast, effort; tq stiengtne'n our
allies. .of late, tjhese bonds have

Deen loosenea.v i J
).
Middle East-J-There are Indi Indications
cations Indications of a "timid, hesitant ap approach'
proach' approach' In 'this .ytroublesome
area. -i .
Far East "The. time bcfab of
Quemoy and Matsu is ticking a a-way
way a-way The. hour It Is set to go off
is not known." .v.
Acheson mads these angt oth others
ers others assertions In siteport of his
charge that in the colt) iw Af
struggle between the Commu Communists
nists Communists and the free world the
"iniative ...has not recently
been in '-Western hands."
He saicf thdtf whl. iome of
the events which nave worked
to the disadvantage of the West
"are the fault of this adminis administration,
tration, administration, others. are due to tilings
beyond their control."

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tion. By daile Dugas, NEA Women's Editor.

away from the State House but
that up to ; this minute" he had
received no word from he capi-
Lal .i1. "oicial sanction" would
be withheld.

Legion Asks Pension
For Needy Veterans
Over 64 Years Old

WASHINGTON, Jan. 14, CU?) CU?)-THe
THe CU?)-THe American lesion, asked Con Congress
gress Congress today ilo grant ,a. pension to,
needy veterans,, 65 years of age!
and older. i
J. Addington Wagner, Bat tie
Creek, Mich,, national commander, :
told the House Veterans Commit-1
tee that the, Legion did not propose
a "generaL pension" based on age
alone or regardless of income.!
"We do ask, urgently, and as a;
matter of simple justice, modest
support for every veteran who, by i
reason of age or physical disabili disability,
ty, disability, cannot support himself," he
said. ; - i 1
The Disabled American Veterans j
told the committee it intended to
concentrate this- year on (seeing!
that disabled veterans are trained;
for-gainful employement and have,
job opportunities. ?

Malayan Chief In 1

London; Seeks End
Of British Rule

LONDON, Jan.' 14 (UP) Teneku
Abdul Rahman. ,- Malaya's first

elected chief minister, arrived in

London today to seek an end to

British rule in his country. :
He said the target date is Au

gust, 195T: However, spokesmen

for the chief minister isier saia
tVey were uncertain whether Rah Rah-,
, Rah-, nnii full inripnendence or

simply internal self-government by

that date.

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(CwnJ h'ucd frem Jare 2

Blisls In Pacific

By Coibrcith

Trr.r.Y and tzz rir. irra

rj cr nr.cz; tvrxrra

Suns version of "Love and Mar Mar-jria?e"
jria?e" Mar-jria?e" . .Eva laci's piano magic
at the Sherry-Netherland. .Sarah

ivaughanj melloquence at Bird-!

- land . .Chuey Reves music at
WASHINGTON, Jan. 14 (UP) 'the Eden Roc (Miami Beach)
The government announced5. . The 4 Lads' platter of "Mo-to-ja'!-
that it m ill hold "a series" ments to Eemember" . .Colum-j

oi nuclear explosions at its Pa-io'as wonaers oi aiannattan.
cii'ic proving grounds this spring i New York at its New Yorkiest.
to rest weapons ''substantially

ine i.ate watcn: liamisn Men-

ens '.!" than the 1954 super-
hvclrogen bomb,,
- A Joint announcement by the
Atomic Energy Commission and
defense 'Department said "one
or. the important purposes" of
, th tests will be 'the further de-
i ve'onment of methods of defense
J! sf.nst nuclear attack."
t, "Tt is anticipated that the en-
ery release of the largest test
J, will' be substantially below that
t of the- maximum 1954 test," the
1 pvnouncement said.
. Tri last tests held at the En-
Keto!:-BiHn prnvin? ground 'n
,'; th Marshall Islands in the
t sorlriT of 1954 involved ."super
H-bombs" comparable in vio-
lcnce to 15.000,000 to 20,000,000
: tons of TNT.

Reds Fail In Rush

Try lo Establish
; L berin Relations

zies is fully recovered after being
socked (by a drunk) with a $12

steak. .Jerry i-azarre (a wetback
in "Pipe Dream") and Swedish
dancer Sigyn (same show) are
"All At Once" youknowhat .
Joanne Japp of Christian Dior's
(in N.Tj and, JackjHerhoy care
a lot. .A Vegas-gantbier,' rejected
by Martha Raye, wired a threat
he would commit suicide. .She
sent him a large wreath with this

card: Hold until burial!

Producer David Merrick has been

ordered to remove his '"Fanny

ads from subways. Many com

plaints from straphangers that
they are "immoral" . .Mimic
Jay Lawrence has gone overboard
for strip ft a r Lois DeFee .. .One
of the newsmen who took No, 5
(before the Senate probers) was
still a Red courier a few years
ago.
Broadway Confucius: Save Your
Money When You're On Top Of
Them. You'll Need It When They're
On Top Of You.

MONROVIA, Liberia, Jan.

t I

(UP A Soviet delegation!
'flew back to Moscow yesterday
i! w ithout accomplishing its main
objective of establishing lmme-

; til ate diplomatic relations be-l
tf tvieen Russa and Liberia.
fc Tho tnlle hptnrann PrPoMpnt!

.William V. S. Tubman and the

; t Soviet delegation broke down
J I Tuesday when Tubman Insisted
M Russia should "make a proper

i approach on the question ana

M rot attempt to rush things.

' 'iibman was said to have told

lithe Russians establishment cf

; diplomatic relations is not ac
! -emplished overnight.

The Soviet delegation, came

"here for the third inauguration

of Tubman as President of this

Republic founded by freed A A-mericaa
mericaa A-mericaa Negro slaves. The Rus
tiians were the only one of the
36 countries represented at the
Inauguration to give a party in
honor of Tubman.

British Diplomats

Suspect Dulles
Oi Playing Politics

- LONDON, Jan. 14 (UP) The!

London Daily Mirror, Britain's
largest-" circulation newspc per,
said today, that presidential am ambitions
bitions ambitions may have led Secretary
of State John Foster Dulles to

grant Life magazine the "Brink
of War" Interview.
The "report In Life said the
United. States was. prepared to
begin all-out war If the Korean
truce talks failed, that Dullos
sought Anglo-American inter intervention
vention intervention in Indochina and that

the United States was prepared
to go to war if necessary in the

Formosa crisis early in 19o5.

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Ift. 1HI kjr MA In4, IM.

"I always turn off the TV when we have company company-Henry
Henry company-Henry loses control of himself talking back to tht

commercials";

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THB NORTH AMEBIAN OPOSSUM,

Mxe oNPtwer ro austraua

I Reds Accuse British
! 01 Threatening
j Jcrdin Intervention
I LONDON, Jan. 14 (UP) -The
. Soviet Union broadcast a bitter
attack on western "coioniaKsin"
f today and accused the British
i of threatening armed Interven Interven-'.
'. Interven-'. Hon in Jordan.
f The Communist, party organ
I pravda said the British, have de-
cided to dispatch additional
f.irces to Cvrjrus for transfer to

f J.irdan "to defend the interests
oi the monopolies."
J It congratnlated Jordan for
I protesting the anti-Communist
; Ba?hdad pact, which the Rus Rus-j
j Rus-j sians called "an instrument of
i British and American monopo monopo-J
J monopo-J lies."
Tjie Jordan people, Pravda
J fcaic', "are waging a selfless
i : niggle against the Baghdad
uact. The people of Jordan re-

nlied to lmDorialist intrigues by I

f mass demonstrations of protest." tlon campaigns tills year,"

The Daily Mirror suggestion

anneareH nmnnir a eeneral njit-

cry in thej, British Pre'ss against

the statements attributed q
Dulles. One newspaper referred
to a "Dance of Death" up to the
edge of war and back again.

Officials indicated they were
equally disturbed but refused
on-the-record comment at tne
moment.. Many .. observers said
the4 sta tern ents. Embarrassed
Prime Minister Anthony E.1en
at a time when he was under
fire from several quarters. :i

The Daily Mirror, which has
a circulation 6f 4.500,000 and

often acts as unofficial voice of

the Labor Party, led off Its edi editorial
torial editorial by asking, "Why ha.s Mr.
Dullefe. '3n add?iily CtlJi'tlsl him himself
self himself forward as a 'tough guyMn
Far East politics?"
"This question was being dis discussed
cussed discussed by diplomats in London
last night," the Mirror said..
"..'The diplomats came to the
conclusion that Mr,- Dulles feels
himself, a possible .candidate in

the American .Prfsld'jntial elec-

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MARSUflAt-S CHC6 exiSTEf At-U OVER THE
rKIMITlVB WORU7, BBFOKS 6EOU06ICAL. UWEAVALS
tBFT AUSTRALIA AM JSOtATEP CONTINENT.

.'hiMp'i lif Is ruled with bruises,
irell-worn steps and rnys he uses.
Repairs would leave his borne like new
r A aassifieds. last tbe riiht duel

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g&ay call Cnaiol) S-441A
Box
Baptist
5v
. .
' cOtOLl BAPTIST LHIBCH
Ml ttruja hu
; Drawer itw UmDoa
',' : Phone .
tail PaderewsM, raslor
... riHHia -l
v u i is a.m
S-naay School li uo a ru.
Morning Worship "Jm.
lrami-. Union .... J.
Ivening Worship .....,.... '-'
praye.' .Meeting
fccft Veunday ..... 7"Pm'
Brotauhooa 4Ui innnm.
Moiaay each month .... I P
Spamsli Bib Scnoul ..-... inoOam.
Kux Saturday ....... 19
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
Balboa Height. Ci. .. ...
621 Ancou boulevard
Drawer "B' Balboa Height
Phone Baiboa 1721 t
William H. Beeby. Pm
gundaj ocnuci ............ .3U m
Morning Worship .......... 1 j
Baptist Training Onion 6.30
Evangelistic bervtca P m
W M S Bible Study Tbura-
Arotberhood' iLail
Monday tn rnnntbV
1:1 IB
'l-Jtl t o
FIRST BAPTIST tHI BCH ;
Mrniita Aeiiue at 6tn bueal
Margei'lta.. Canal Zone
ftev. J M. Haulbrook, Pto
undav School''.
Morning Worship
BapiMl rraunng Uiuon......
Evening Worship
Brotherhood, luesdaye ......
praver Servicei, WednesdajJ
W M.U.. -1st & 3rd Fndayi
OA..- R.A., Sunbeams,
Fridays :
9 45 a m
11:00 a m
. 6:30 p.m
l A'o p.m.
o.m
. 7:00 pm
3:30 p m.
tNoi-nnomlnational Evangeliiti
. MteluigJ)
- THE PACttIC SIDE
PANAMA Cm 1
Senlr Captain and Mrs. M.
lb Febnury Street, Phone;
McDonald
, 11:00 ilolin ess Meeting.
' 3:00 btnday School.
7 :S0 balvatldn Meeting.
LA BOCA C Z. '
lJeutenmit Pansy Campbell w
Building fo. rnuiw.
11:00 U'JUnesa Meeting.,
3:00 Sunday School.
7:30 $!vauon Meeting.
PARAiSO. C.Z. ,, ......
Envoy t Mrs. C L. Moseley .,
Ciuiara S'jeel. -. ...
il:00 H'llmes Meeting.
3 00 Su.day School.
7:30 Sfilvatlou Meeting.
THE ATLANTIC SIDE
COLON CENTRAL
Senior (apt. and Mrs. C. Moonjxwmy,
lth StietL Phone: 38-743.
11:00 Uiiunewi Meeting..
3:00 Sunday School.
7:30 Solvation Meeting.
COLON '1H1RU STREFT
Major Kllnt Bingham
. 11:09 ITollntss Meeting,
3:00 Sunday School.
.7:30 Solvation Meeting.
RAINBOW CITY. C.Z.
.nvey J. Gill.
St. Kitts and Jamaica Street.
11:00 Hi; mess Meeting.
3:00 St nday School.
7:30 Solvation Meeting.
Union Churchss
ffhere all Protestants cooperate with
amily In essentials, liberty In aoa.
sential end rhsr'tv In sli tklaga
THE ATLANTIC SIDE
CATUN ,. .. i
Rev. Ray Blakely, Pkstor
Phone 5-355
9:45 Church SchooL
11:00 Worship Service
4:45 p.m. Sr. Youth Fellowship.
6:00 p.m. Jr. Youth Fellowship.
- MARGARITA
The Rev. Paul B. W. Olander. Pastor
Pnne 3ls8 ...
t:3li Rlhla Kfhnni
10:44 W'orshio service and Church-tlmi
ttursery.
6:30 Youtlt Pallowshte
THE PACIFIC SIDE ."
BALBOA
The hi Oscar W. Olsen Pastor
Balboa Rd. at San Pablo St
Phon 2-1486-Church Office J-3236.
.30 Church School Free bus service
10:29 VVorship Service The Expanded
ctwMun jvt nursery, fitnneraarten
Primars inH .lunlir rw,.
Church-time Nursery for ch.'ldren
uiiuer a.
4:00 Junior-High Fellowship.
:00 Post-High Fellowship.
1:00 Senior-high Fellowship
CAMBOX
Dr. tValket M Alrierinn Mini.,..
Office phone 6-470 Residence Phone
9 30 a.m. Church School
10.40 a m Morninf Worship Service
fHe MMHUIIIM tllCKLb r
I British Conferenre'
Bev. William H. Armstrong
18lh St., Panama City
9.00 am Mornini Pravel snd Sermnn
8 DO pm Sunday School
7:1S om Evenine Pr arm Surmot)
IKIMT MKTHODISI CHURCH
7tb Street end Melnde Avenua
Culon. RP
.'MKiril, IV1II1ISTVT
9:3o a.m. townine Service no Holy
.m .........
3nm Sunday School
7 1b cm Eyenine Service. Service.-I'ioIt
I'ioIt Service.-I'ioIt Communion 1st Suridayai
K ondav 7:3" om Pravei Meeting
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Sui.iti,. .rvitff tr, ni i i i m
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a(liBri, trieail tag atraagtra.
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An Frrca aaiae aad Naval etetioae.
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Christian Scientist
CHKlSIIA.s, aMLMe LUtHlHeiJ
I'at Church 01 Christ. Scientist Ancot
MO Ancoo Boulevard.
.Sunday 11 x. eaneaay t.t tat
Sundav School M a.m
iimi i burco ui chrut, aciwittol, CrUlooai
13th Street Bolivar Hilherav
Jtunnitv Srnta a
Sunday 11:00 a.m. Wednesday :00 p.m
Catholic
ST. MARV'S CHl'RCH Balboa
Sunday Masses: 7:0 g.OO. 10:00 and
l2rl?iy Day Masaaa: $.iS. 199, 11:14.
nd,':5i.,PJS; Saturday. 1:30 lo 400
ahd 7:00 to 8 00 pm. Thursday,
before
i;!.- e.iAm:-lM to i:90
lkliracuious Modal Novenai 7.00 p m
"cahcl-.. .ft
"h" School Study Club IJ0 p.nv on
Wednesday.
SACRED HEABT-Aacasi
Sunday Masses: 5:S5. 7:30 A :30 am
Holy Day mass! 45 a m. anj .w
" confessions: Saturday 3 :30 lo 4 :00 and
7 15 to 00 p m. Thursday betore First
Friday 7:00 pm.
Sacred tieari kvuiiui
7:00 p.m. on
Catechism Class: f. U 4.44 pm on
Thursday.
OUR LADf Or rATIMA-Curundo
Sunday Mass at 8 00 im,
Holy Day Mass at 8 30 p.m.
Confessloas: 6:00 tp :4S p m on Sat-
0-l,ln..ai
u'.,i.m ri.se: Saturday 1:30 to 10
ST. JOSEPH-Paralio -Sunday
Massea at 7:00 and 14 a.
Holy Day Mass at 6:00 p nv
Orrurd,yM3'30mio 30 and
m nr so .sjfk
t.iv .... a.M m i nn
Catecnism viaaa; ,ouhuj v.
P Miraculous Medal NOvenil .1:00 p.m
0nCmve"t' lwtructionst Thursday 1:00
p m. '.
ST. VINCENT'S Panaai City
Sunday Masses:, 00 and 8:30 a.m.
Holy Day Masses: 8 30 and 5.00 p.m.
(It it falls on Saturday the Masses are
Ton'SrdayJOOtoSOOand
7 00 to 8:00 p.m. Thursdays before rirst
Friday 7:30 p.m. .. e,.
Miraculous Medal Noven; and Sta Stations
tions Stations of the Cross: Friday 7 00 p.m.
CMecnilm Class: Alter I 30 mas. on
SUConvert Class: 6:30 p.m. Tuesday and
Thursday. v
' ST. THERKSA'S Coeoll
' a... .. jinM. e.lll am
u-i n.v Mass: 6:00 a.m. (It tt tails
eitinliv 8:30 a.m.)
rat, hism u ass: t.iv "J "' f "- r-
Monday: ....
Confpssions: n:uo to a;ju j,
it JOH.N BAPTIST DP. kA BALL
. Parque l.efevre
Svtnday Masses: 6:30 and 80 a.m.
u:u n. Mass: 6:30 Mon.. Thura.
Frl. and Sat! First Friday mass: :W a m.
Holv Day Masses; 6:00 em. to 6.00
Holy Day
to
COnie.SSlons-. a.ou u
g-OO p.m. on Saturday.
Friday 1:00
Miraculous aieaai ipvu-.
Catecnisro viasa. "".
Convert Class: Monday 7:30 p.m.
ST THKRKSFS ta Boca
Sunday Mass: 7:00 a.m.
Holv Day Mass: 5:30 p.m
2"J,...?'r... c,t,,rllav 6:30 to 1:30 p.m
Thursday before First Friday 30 P m.
a u.r Nnvena: 7:00 Dm. on
FrLday- ..s Thursday
Convert v;iasn;. v
ATLANTIC SIDE
ST. JOSEPH S Calia
Sunday Masses': 5 45. 9-00 an ii-lS a m
Holy Day Masses: 4:45 and 8.00 a.m.
ano ," .... tM u a no and.
Coiuessions: oaiuiuay .w ...
i -on ia I Ml n m.
Miraculous Medal Novena
Wednesday
6 15 and 7 00 pm. ....,,...,
Sacred Heart wovrna; r--
Sunday Evening -Services 7:00 p.m.
Convert Class: 7:15 p.m.-on Mondays
and Thursdays.
Catechism Class: auuunj jv..
1145 am. 3:00 p.m. to e.vv v in in-First
First in-First Frldav Exnosition of Most Bless
ed Sacrament all day. Reposition at S i
a.m. Saturday mnrninR.
First Saturday uevotioua i w
. ..Th. llnlv Kosarv d:vv a ni.
First Communion .insirucuoiw .-
dren Mondays and xnursuaya e.vw
7:00 p.m.
MIRACtlLOl'S MKDAl-CrtstAbal
Sunday Masses: 7:00. 8:00 and lOOam
Holy Day 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 eva-
"'ivliracutouj Medal Novena: 3:15 and
7:00 p.m. on Monday.
Catechism Class: After 8:00 Mass on
Sunday. '- ... .'
First Friday Exposition all dsy during
the School Year.
First Saturday: Mass at 8:00 am.
HOLT FAMILY CHVRCH Margarita
Sundav Masses: 7:00 and 6:30 a.m.
. Holy Day Masses; 6:00 a.m. and 5:13
p.m.
Confessions: 4:00 to 5:00 and 7:00 to
8 00 p.m. Saturday.
Miraculous wieaai novena. i;to a-m.-on
Monday.
Church History Group every Tuesday
at 7:30 p.m.
Teen-Aage Club: 7:30 p.m. on Wednes Wednesday.
day. Wednesday. Catechism Class: 1:00 p.m. Thursday.
First Friday Devotions: 7:00 p.m.
Inquiry-Discussion Group every Fri Friday
day Friday 7:30 p.m. ;
ST VINCFA'TS Rainbow City
Sunday Massess: 6:30 a.m. and 8:00
a.m.
Holy Day Masses: 9:00 a.m. and 6:00
pm.
'Confessions: 4:00 to 5:00 and 7:00 to
8:00 p.m. Saturday.
Catechism Class: 10:43 a m. on Sunday.
Convert Class every Monday at 7:00
p.m.
Miraculous Medal Novena: 7:00 p.m
on Tuesday.
Sacred Heart Novena: 7:00 p. m. on
Friday.
IMMACULATE CONCEPTION-Gatun
Sunday Mass: 8:15 a.m.
Holy Day Mass: 5:00 p.m. 1
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
Gamhoa
Sunday Masses: 7:00 and 8 30 am.
Holy Day Masses: 6:00 a.m. and 5:00
p.m
Confessions Saturday at 7:00 pjn. and
after all evening devotions.
Baptisms by appointment.
Miraculous Medal Novena: 7:00. pm
on Tvesday.
Sacred Heart Novena: 7:00 Dm on
Friday.
Sunday School: 3:30 p.m. on Sunday.
Religions Instruction Cass for Ch'il.
irni 4:WI pm on Thr"t3y.
Religious Instruction for adults (Con
ducted in Spanish): 7:00 p.m on Mop.
Convert In.tructions by appointment, 1

Episcopal

The at Bcy. B. Hebei Coodea, BTJ
Boooo
The Very Bev. M. Kichard MacDoaald
A.Mw.v CJ4
THK CATHU1RAL OF ST. LIKE
SUNDAYS'
holy Communion.
Santa Communion 14th Sun Sun-day
day Sun-day ).
Cliurch School.
7 30 a
4 .JO a in
1:13 i n..
y 4s am. kbcucla Uonimical.
11.00 a w. 'Morning Prayer and Sermon
Holy Communion, trirst Sun Sun-aayi.
aayi. Sun-aayi. 7:00 pm. a.vemng Prayer and Sermon
WtD.VLSDAYS
8 30 a it. Holy Communion.
7:00 pre tveiunx praver.
HOLk DAKS
6:00 a m Holy Communion.
8 30 am Hoiy Communion..
N DAILY
8:15 am. Morning Prayer.
U.OU Mi. -da Missionary Pravers,
v CHL'RCH P ULK SAVlOUB
Third Street, New Cristobal
The Rev. Uiiton A. Cookson. Pastor
SUNDAY o
Holy Communion 7:30 a.m.
Church School ........... 9:39 a-m
lorn;:ig Prayer
and Sennon . ; .
(first Sunday. Holy
Vesper Service and
Youin fellowship
WEDNSKDAYS
Holy Communion ..
Choir Rehearsal .
....... 11:00 mm.
Conununioni
....... 6:00 pm.
'. 1:30 a m
7 JO p m.
A House of Praver for all people.
cocou
Chuith ef St. Andrew
The Rev. William W. Baldwin
SUNDAYS
Holy Communion.
Family Pravor and Church School,
9:30 a.m.
Morning Prayer and Sermoa
HC lust Sunday in Month).
U mm
fcvemng Prayer. 7:30 p.m.
Weekday Praver. 8:00 ejav
COBOZAk
tjood Shepherd
Th- Rev. Clarence W. Raye
1.00 in k,vejrv f ridayi Mornuig Pray
(H.C. 1st Friday
1 rjAMBOA
St Simon's Chntvh
The Re?. John Spear, Prieat lo Charge
SUNDAYS
Mornlc Praver, 1st and 3rd.
Sundays 10:30 a.m.
noiy .ommurnon ana ser
mon, 2nd and 4th Sundays . 10:30 a.m
Sunday School ........... 3:00 p.m.
Youth Fellowship ......... 5:00 pm
Evening Prayer ..i. ........ 7:00 p.m
MONDAYS
Girls' Friendly Society ... 6:00 D.m
WEDNESDAYS
Evenine Prayer and Sermoa 7:00 p.m.
THURSDAYS
Holy Con.munlon ...v...., 9:00 a.m
Woman's Auxiliary, 2nd and
4th Thursdays . . .......... 7 30 p jn
LA BOCA
St. Peter's Church
The Rev. John Spear. Priest In Charge.
SUNDAYS
Choral Eucharist and Sermon 7:00 a.m
Morning Prayer and Church School
10:00 a m. . ,. '
t Children's tSucharlsU I'd Sundays 10
a.m.
Holy Baptism 4:00 pm.
Evensong and Sermon f ',10 a m,
MONDAYS THRU SATURDAYS
Holy Communion 7:00 a m.
Evening Prayer .... 7:00 p.m.
except Saturdays, Compline
1st TUESDAYS 3rd MONDAYS
Woman Auxiliary ....... 7:30 p.m
MARGARITA
Church of St. Margaret
Cornei f t Espave Ave.. Biazoa Blvd.
The Ktv. Milton A. Cookson. Pastor
SUNTJA fS
8:30 a t.'i. Church School
9:30 am Morning Prayer and Sermon
(1st Sii"davs, Holy Communion!
4:30 n.m. Confirmation Instructions.
fALO tco
" Cbtirch ef The Holy Cumlurler
Ven. L. B. Shirley. Archdeacon
Every Monday 8:30 a pa. Holy Com Com-n
n Com-n union.
PARAISO
SI. Alhan's Church
Th' Rev. David A. Osborne,
Priest tn Charge
SUNDAYS v
6:00 a.m. Holy Communion.
8:00 a in. Choral Eucharist A Sermon
13:00 no ji" Infant Baptism
3 00 vm. Church School
(held In Building 131)
5:00 p.m. Youth Fellowship
7 00 -im. Evensong and Address.
TUESDAY?
7 30 o in. Woman's Auxiliary and Al Altar
tar Altar Guild Meeting. f 1
PANAMA CITY
St. Paul's Church
The Vcn. Lemuel B. Shirley. Rector
The Rev. Fits B. Atwell, Deacoa
SUNDAYS .......
9 00 a -n. Sung Eucharist A Sermon
10:43 a ni Morning Prayer and Church
Schnoi
12:00 nocr Holy Bantlsm
7:00 t,m s0iemn Vespers
TUESDAYS
8:30 ant Holy Communion

WEDNESDAYS
00 ni. Holy Communion
7:00 p.m. Evening Praver
THURSDAYS AND FRIDAYS
8 30 i an. Holv Communion
HOLY DAYS
6 00 a.m. Holy Communion.
CHRIST CHIIRt it" MY 'THE'S EA
Eaisrooal
- Col6n. R de P r
(Opposite Hotel Washlnalonl
The Ven. Malnert J. Peterson. Rector
The Rev Henry A. Blake
Associate Rector
... SUNDAYS
6:00 a m Holy Communion
9 00 a m Choral Eucharist and Sermon
10 ?0 am Church School Session.
7:30 do Solemn Evensong and Ser Sermon.
mon. Sermon. WEDNESDAYS
6 00 a m Holy Communion.
7 30 o.m Evening Praver and Sermoa
6 30 om. Adult Confirmation Class
THURSDAYS
6:00 Dm Piaver Guild,
FRIDAYS
940 ajn Children' Eucharist
' i SATURDAYS '
10)0 a m Junior Confirmation Clasi.
o nv Cnmnline nA Meditation.
' HOLY DAYS
6 00 am. Holv Communion.
RAINBOW CITY
Church of St.'Mary. the Virgin
The Veil. Mainert J. Peterson.
Priest in Charge
The Ret John A. Spaulding. Deacoa
SUNDAYS
Sung Eucharist 7:30 a.m
Chur.'h School 9:45 am,
Evens-.r,f and Sermon .... 7:30 pm
WEDNFSDYS
Evenscna and Sermon .... 7:30 p.m
THURSDAYS
Holy Communion. 7:00 a.m.
GATUN ..
81. George s Church
The Ven. Mainert J, Pelersoa,
' Priest in Charge
The Rf. John A. Snaulding, Duces
1st AND 3rd SUNDAYS
Holv f emmunion 9:30 a m
2nd AND 4th SUNDAYS v
Morn.'rg Prayer
and Senron .............. 9:30 a.m.
Church School, each Sun, 10:39 a.m.
etlO ABAJO
sit Christopher's Chorch
10 St Parous lefeere
Tk- Rev Clarence W. Hayes.
Priest In Charge
moiv rnmmuriioi jm. m
Sunday School' ............ 10:30 am
Haotisms g'le om trd A 4th am.
tveiuii'Tvi 'M,o!"Sn.'"T" 4 e ,'
t1 and Srd StiTvia
WntiwK't Auxilisrv tr-.o A rb f.-..-
00 p m.
Hniv CommiiBKwi -, 7 a tn

Other Churchss
CHURCH OF THE NAZJULE.NE
Aucon. C Z.
Minister: Rev. Elmer O. Ntlsoa

Sox S8. Ancon. C.Z. Bilboa 202
Sunday ijchool
9:45 a m
,-Moniuig Worship ...
Youth Service ......
Evenine Service ....
NJJ1.I Service ....
Praver Meeune. Wed.
10:i0 a m I
6 '45 p m
7 :30 p.m.
7.00 a.m.
7 SO pm
- ksiiu..m. ariiM- Lniiu.a
Panama RP &jrd Street East
Rev. aw N. Bravia. Minister
SUNDAY:
Divine Worship ........... 9:30 .rn
Sunday School 3 00 p m
Sunday Masses 7, 7:4a 11:45
mi. tOtm .-P Sunday auiuui i
::00 p.m.
JLHOVAH S WITNESSES
Meetings Thursdays at 7:30 p.m. and
Sundavs rt 4:00 pm. Wiri Memorial.
806 BlU.e Road. Balboa..
CHIRCH OP JFSIS CHRIST
OF LAIItR-DAt S AUNTS tMersaoa)
Sunday meeunas in the JWB-USO. La
8 oca Road, Balboa. Primary and Priest Priest-bond
bond Priest-bond 8:30 am. Meetine: Sunday School.
9:25 a.m.; Sacrament Weeung, .10 ajn
Atlantic Branch
Building oo, Schoolnouse Road.
Telephone. Gatun 364 or Cristobal 2897
Sunday scnoot lo w a.m. aunaay sac-
rement Meeting 6:30 p.m Prieshood
Meeting 6 30 p.m Wednesday Pnnary
6:30 p m Wednesday Relief society meet
ing as announced.
kkKVAUti rnuisaj ausa
CHl-RCH
Rev Paul Holloway, Pastof
. Office, Curundu 6105
' Home, Curundu 7116 ;
Sunday School .'... 9:45
Morning Worship'. 11 a.m.
Youth Sleeting 6 pm.
Evening Worship ............ 7 pn
OUl CATHOLIC CHURCH
St Raphael The ArrhaniaJ
I3ib St. West NO 1
Holy Eucharist: Sunday a: 1:30 am
Tuesday. Wednesdays and Tbursdavt
a.m.
Sacrament ot Unction (Healing Mr.
vied First Sundav of each month ft
1 JO ojb
Meoai Hallbel. (.fcrlsrtaa Charefe
Panama R. P
Rt Uev T. -a'uea. D. D Blshov
offiriatiof.
Morning devoUo a 6:W a a
rellowthle WorshiB at 11:09 a.m.
Sunday School at i w eat.
Uivlne service ei ........... uvpja,
BAAA'I CENTER
BAHAI'S CLN1EB
54 First Street ...
Urbanlzacion El Carmen. Panam City
ibtotmai Talks and Discuasions
Thursdays .100 am
Colon. Ith A Front Streets
' ..nvtulv ariraii Baiaart
Study Classes...... Tbursdava. J',30 p.as
BETHEL MISSION CHURCH
a'.nlal,4 Mt Paraisn. C.Z.
Rev Vtaldaha H. Stewart, Pastor
Sunday: 11:00 a.m. Worship Service.
3 00 p.m. Sunday School,
7 15 p.m. Gospel Service,
Monday: 7:30 Young People's Society
Werlnesdav: 7:30 Mid-week Christian
Fellowship.
Thursday: 8:00 unoir nenearai
Friday: 7. DO Women's Missionary So
ciety.
. THE CHURCH OF COD
, 7038 Eighth .Street Cola
Rev. G. W. Grandison, Paster
CJinutav Srhol 9:30 M.
i Morning Worship 10;39 m.
Night service .,.,..(,,.... r-""
FIRST CHURCH OF GOD P
Cor. Jamaica and Trinidad SIS.
Rainbow City, Canal 'Zone e
Rev. G. W. Grandisoa. Faster
Morning "Warship .! ?? m'
e i.. Umi .. 10:30 a.m.
Night Service i.. ..... ... 7:30 pm.
THE CHURCH OF GOD
New Providence
u...j. uimm Fastne
1TIIH. iTiauwv
nnrlav School ... 19:99 am.
Morning Worship 9 m-
Wgnt service ..,.....,.... r
THE CHURCH OF GOD
Panama City
Cor. "N' and Mariano Arosemena SI.
Rev. Wat. J. Johnson, Paster
Sunday School ............... 4.30 am,
Morning worsnip
Night service r
THE CHURCH OF GOD Kl Ahajd
Monte Oscuro Rd. ISth St.
Rev. Wra. J. Johnson, Pastor
Sunday Srhoo f
Morning Worship
Night Service "M Pm'
CIIURCB OF THR FOURSqUABl
... cosret.
(Full Gospel) ;
' BALBOA '. ,:
At Rebecca Lodge, Balboa Road at
La Bocn Rd. Rev. and Mrs. carl v.
Thompson Pastors ;
Sunaov acnooi
Morninv Worship 119,6. n
vi a rxr o rl P1TV
Corner Randolph nd Klatnouth Sti.
eev. ano mis.
Mr Paul Bryson, Asst. Pastor
Sundav eirhool ..........
4:30 a, m.
11:00 a. m.
7 :30 p. m.
. 7:30 p. m
7:30 p. m.
Morning Vorship
Evangelistic Servica
lues. v"!".'ei ki'vo ....
inurs. npnisn oei vt
CHURCH OF GOD (Pentecoslal)
Rev. B E. Watson, Overseer
Phone 6-428. Box 253, Gamboa
rhiirrhes at Paraiso, C.Z. (Rev. and
Mrs. Herman G. Whyte), Colon, R.P.
. r n-.... 1 nit AKaln
Itev. and Mrs. Charles Hsynesl. and
Catlv (Rev. and Mrs. Clifford Greaves!.
Sunday and weekday services at all
churchea.'
Posts end Bases
PACIFIC SIDE
- Protestant .. .: ..
FORT AMADOR
00 I
Sunday school
Morning Worship ........... i ; .
f'hiirr.h.TiTne Nurserv School....
60
;00
FORT CLAYTON
Sunday School iDuiiaing no.
1261
Morning Worship ..
Wednesday Evening Prayer Meet Meetine
ine Meetine and Bible ClaSS ...........
6:30
FORT KOBBE ,;
Sunday School (auuaing no.
711) ................v. ..
Morning Worship .i,..,,..
Evening Worship
ALBROOK AIR FORCE BASE
. Sunday School
Adult Bible Class (NCO Club).
Morning Worship 9:15 A
Youth Fellowship
Vm,nlntf Wnrshin ...........
U.S. NAVAL STATION, Rodman
Sunday School
Morning Worship
Holv Communion First Sunday
Ul A.I,', "ill
15th ND HEADQUARTERS CHAPEL
Holy communion itpiscouai i .
Morning Worship 9
Holy Communion First Sunday
of Month)
. ,' ..'' Catholic
FORT AMADOB
Daily Mass
Sunday Masses .8:30 &
Confessions. Saturday ...6:30 At
Sunday .........1:30 c
6:30-
9 00
7:S0
9:00
FORT CLAYTON
Daily Miss ..........
Sunday Masses .......
Confessions, Saturday
Sunday Mass ........
'6:45
...7:45 it 9:00
..7:30 te 9:00
10:30
FORT KOBBE
Saturday Mass g:00
piinrt.iv Masses 7:00 & 9 '00
F;.:m'"h ...... :-A-.r:'..-.:'v. .'.:.. -J:0tj
Confev-'lnni, Saturday (Building
No. Til) 7:00 & t:30
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HONG KONG. Jan. 14 (UP) -Im
stateless persons were under undergoing
going undergoing hospital treatment today for

mental lilnessei resulting tronij
constant torture by the Chinese
( immunists. The invalids, i U j
dressed in blue cotton clothes, j
arrived here from Shanghai yes-i
terday by ship. They were tccom-
pamed by t paysician ca iour
nurses.
ALBROOK AIR FORCE BASE
Daily Mass JJ
Saturday Masa 1 M
Sunday Masses 7. 45 It 11.45
Spanish 1-vO
U S. NAVAL STATION, Rodman
Dally Mast w I
Sunday Masa .jo
Jewish
TORT KOBBE
- Saturday ...... 2.00
At RROOK AIR FORCE BASE
Saturday 3.30
USO-JWB (Balboa)
Friday t av
ATLANTIC SIDE
Proteataat '
....:'. )
FORT DAVIS
Sunday School ......... ........ 1 4
Morning Worship U:90
Midweek FeUowship, Thursday.'. 7:30
FORT GUL1CK
Sunday school s:
Morning Worship ...1100
Youth Fellowship. Sunday ...... 6:00
US. NAVAL STATION, Coed Solo
Sunday School :30
Moming Worship 11.09
Holy Communion First Sunday
of Month)
Catholic

Daily Mass .................... 7:30
Sunday Mass 9 30
Confessions, Sunday 8:45
FORT GUL1CK
Dally Mass ...... ..i..... 7:00
Sundav Mast 7:45
Spanish . ............... . ..... 8:45
Confessions, Saturday ...4 00 A 7.00
U S. NAVAL STATION, Coco Solo
I Daily Mass 7:00
Sunday Masa ..." 9.90
COCO SOMTO v
i Sunday Mass 7:30

. :. Jewish
FORT GULICK :
Tuesday 7:15
Seventh Day
Adventist
Weekly Service th all Churcker
as follows:.
SATURDAY: f
Sibbath School, 9 30 am Divine Serv
Ice. 11:00 a.m. Youth's Meeting, 4:30 p ro
SUNDAY: Bible Lecture, 7:39 p.m. ;
WEDNkSDAY: Bible Study and Prayer
Service ":30 p.m. :
Pacific Side Panama A Balboa
,, Diatrict Pastor W.H, Walter
(Tel. 2 3-58431
Caho Verde. Ave. J. V. da la Ossa No.
77. Panama No. 2, Jamaica Society Hall
"S" St No. 3. Chorrillo, 26th St No. 27.
Pueblo Nuevo, 2-A St between 3rd and
4th Sts. Rio Abajo. 11th St. No. 27.
Balboa Chapel, 0844 Gavilan Rd. Balboa
(Saturday oniv).
Spanish Churchea Panama A Crlst6bal
District Pastor ttuben fuis
Panama. C'alle D-vin No. t. Cristdbal
I6tk St A Bolivar Ave.
; Gamboa A FriJolea
. District Pastor A. A. Grizzle
(Tel. 6 1021
: Gamboa. Praitt Parkway. Frllolen.
! Atlantic Side Colon A Cristobal
District Pastor V. G. Nawaaaa
(Tel. 38 826-L)
Colon, 3rd. St. A Central Are. Cristo Cristobal,
bal, Cristobal, 16th St it Bolivar Ave.
Jewish
Jewis? Welfare Board Bid 792-X tm
Boca ttoatl, Balboa. C.Z- Rfbbl Nathan
WitkJn. fi.rector.
, Servio Friday, 1:30 p.m. Saturday.
S:30 pm
(see '?o listings or jewisn services
untfer Posts. Base and Stations).
Congregation Kol Shearith Israel. Ave.
nida Cbt and S6th Street, Bella Vista,
Panama City. Services tM p.m.
Lutheran
REEDEMEB LUTHERAN CHURCH
Balboa Road
Rev. W. M Cramaaske, Paster
Sunday School, Bible class 9:09 an.
Divine Hervica 10:15 a.m.
Divine Service at Margarita Sunday
1.15 p m. h
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When the Xmerican team coes fn
Pans -next January to play for the
world championship, we can expect!
them to put up some first-class de defenses.
fenses. defenses. All of the Americans are'
experts of long experience, and thei
skill at the difficult art of defending
may be judged from the hand show
today.
Dick Kahn and Sam Stayman,
both of New York, had the lob of
defending today's hand in. the re
cent national championships. Kahn
opened the ten of diamonds, nor normally
mally normally enough, and Stayman won th
first trick with the queen.
Stayman saw no great point in
continuing diamonds, so he shifted
to the jack of hearts. South and
West played low, and dummy won
with the ace.
Declarer led a small trump from
the dummy and put in the ten from
his hand. Without hesitation, Kahn
played a low trump instead of win winning
ning winning the trick. There seemed to be
no future in clarifying the trump
situation for declarer, and Kahn
hoped that South would find a way
to hang himself if he were given
enough rope.
South found the way. He led t
low club from his hand and finessed
dummy's ten. East won with the
queen, of course, and returned the
ten of hearts. When this held, he
continued with another heart, forc forcing
ing forcing dummy to ruff. ;
Declarer now led the queen of
spades from dummy and hopefulls
let it. ride for a finesse. Kahn took
the-, king of hearts, and noted-that
his' partner discarded a diamond.
Obviously East would have dis discarded
carded discarded a club if possible, so it was
clear hat East held no clubs. Kahn'
therefore led a club to give his part
Tier a ruff. The ace of diamonds
completed the rout; and South was
down two at a contract that would
have been made very easily against
routine defense.
Son Of kmi Don
To Gel I!ev Trial
In Vcmsn Murder
RALEIGH. N.C.. Jan. 14 (UP)
The North Carolina Supreme
Court ha ordered anew trial Of
Richard Kluckhohn, 21, son of
Harvard facultv scientists, who
was convicted of killing a woman.
Kluckhohn, t. graduate student
at the University of Chicago, was
found guilty of involuntary man manslaughters
slaughters manslaughters nd sentenced to five to
ten years. He fired a random shot
from his hotel room window which
was across the street from, a park parking
ing parking lot.
Miss Bernice Seawell, 43, of
Arlington. Va., was killed bv the
bullet,: The jury was charged im im-rroperly
rroperly im-rroperly by judge Ciawson L. Wil Williams.
liams. Williams. They also contended there
were other trial errors.
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GENEVA, Jan. U aT The
United Stales and Communist Chi Chinese
nese Chinese ambassadors discussed for
the 2nd time today methods of
easin? tension in the Far East,
but there vas no sign their talk
was fruitful.
The neeotiators. U. Alexis John Johnson
son Johnson and Wang Ping-nan. as usual
declined comment after their
three-hour 25-minute meeting.
One of the chief points now on

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Pays 2 Interest Annually on Savings "Account. $

INITIAL DEPOSIT $5.00

: W mak loans with juarantm on lint mortai
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CHRISTMAS SAVINGS C
deposits are occepted thru a period
of 48 weeks.
Individual aafety deposit boxes, for jewelry and
::i-' documentt. in 4 different sizes.

OFFICE IN PANAMA:
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!v today." In a partxg tow
humor he turned out ir.e rt.."i
pockets of the s.eepxj mans
pants.
the agenda is tne U.S. Cemand f r
a Chinese declaration not to refi't
to force to settle disoutes in t
Far East. The United States has
alio remanded the release of 3
Imore American civilians still, in
Red captivity.
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COMMERCIAL &
PROFESSIONAL
CANAL ZONE POLYCLINIC
DENTAL-MEDICAL
Dr. C. E. r'ahrrea Dr. B. Avlla Jr.
D.D.5. (Gcorretown University) MJJ
Thotl 4th of July) Ave., No. 21A24
(opposite Anron School Plaviround
Tel. 2-2011 Panama.
. RETIREMENT, LIFE
EDUCATION INSURANCE
JIM RIDGE
,: phone Panama J-055?
TRANSPORT! BAXTER. S A,
. Packer Shipper Mover
Phoneo 2-2451 2-2562.
Learn Riding at
'PANAMA RIDING SCHOOL
Riding t Jumping, elattet dotly
J to 5 p.m. Phone 3-0279
r by appointment.
'WE will relieve Yntir'
foot-troi:ble
corns, callous, nails
CHIROPODIST-
" (Ur. ttcholl) trained)
ORTEPEDIA NACIONAL
j ii imio Arosemen -- Ph. 3-2217
HARNETT & DUNN
- mil ROOM HA wru STI 1)10
'.Reaches lntil you learn-
Balboa: 2-423 Or Pan.: 3-1600
Studio El Panama Hotel
Feast Of Lights
To Be Held Sunday
. ?
.St. Simon's Church in Camboa
dock tomorrow nifiht,? when the
Jii'(cuijat xoung i;nurcnmen and
Order of St. Vincent will sponsor
Tufe service in honor of the Epi Epi-rhiny,
rhiny, Epi-rhiny, I Handles will be provided the
rfin?regation for Ihe observance,
w hich svmbolizes the spread of the
tf flnnl Wmim 1i.a ,vU i

- v"'w aiiwU vjuuuu uic ages.

.,, wfvui, pntoi 1J
thai-Ke, will be officiant and

" Ju!t'urriveil from Swilzcrlund
WATCHMAKER EXPERT PROFESSOR
Hill repair any kind of watch,
- -completely guaranleeil.
-NAT MENDEZ Jewelry
"J" Street No. 13-23 Panama

AS EXPECTED, "20,G LEAGUES UliDER TIIE SEA"
WAS A COMPLETE SUCCESS

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Midi was t ; c 'w ith the release of "23, "23,-l
l "23,-l ir!;iif's I'pihr Thp Sea' which took
iff r.fT!j:i v Mtnulianeously at the Lux
- ( 1 'i : ;m piioriiious crowd

LIBRERIA PRECIADO
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Agendas Internal, da Publicacloner
, jto. I Lottery riua ,.
t CASA ZALDO
't Central Ave.

MISCELLANEOUS
ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS
BOX 203), ANCON. C.2.
BOX 1211, CRISTOBAL. C.Z.
Williams Analytical Audit Report!
Fiduciary Capacity
L. C. WILLIAMS. C.P.A.
Tel. 2-1945 Aptdo. 414 Pan.
FOR SALE
Miscellaneous
FOR SALE: 1947 Buick, eccl eccl-lent
lent eccl-lent transportation; 25-cycle re refrigerator
frigerator refrigerator end fan; double bed
with Beautyreit mattress and box
. pring; davenport; 2 Venetian
blinds. 2-2309. 0430-G Ancon,
after 4 p.m.
FOR SALE: Deski; two Admir
I air conditioning unite, 'it ton,
perfect condition; one tafe, coat
nek, mahogany counter, doors,
door checks, tound proofing,
celotex, flourescent lampi, etc.
All very 'reasonable. Phone 2 2-4902.
4902. 2-4902. : ':'
FOR SALE: Sohmer Spinet Spinet-coniole
coniole Spinet-coniole piano and bench, tooke
like new, in perfect condition,
color black, original price $925,
for tale $650. Phone Balboa
2896.
FOR SALE: Large quantity of
cardboard b o x e at moderate
prices. Borei I6V2 inches long,
5'i inches wide, 3 inches high.
In perfect condition, clean and
hygienic, suitable for packing
any product. Call Tabacalera lit lit-meSa,
meSa, lit-meSa, S.A., Phone 2-1959.
Doubts He Csn Keep
U. $. Concert Tcur
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STUTTGART, firrmanv Tn 1J
it ur -nanist. wa fur r. cnt nn
j convalescing from injuries guf-
leiftt m a name accident, said
today he doubts whether. he will
be able to Xullfil an American con concert
cert concert tollr SrllpHlllnrf in hnrr,'n nvl
I .u : "vft "VA'
iUUIJlU, t ... ;
Gieseking was released Saturday
fnM A I. :. 1 1 .
1.1 um a iiuapiitii wnere ne was con confined
fined confined almost six weeks following
l uua aci-KiKiH last uec. z in which
I his. wife was killed. The 0-year-(i!d
pianist has been placed under
Ifflre of his nrnnnl nhvcioihn ot
j a sanatorium in Wiesbaden.
received at-

Gieseking

this fine motion picture has been rightfully
called "The Greatest of Them All.',

public, anxious
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The Sea,'' in ( inemaSeope and Technicolor
with Kirk Douglas, James Mason, Paul I.ukas
and Teter Lorrc, will continue to he exhibit exhibited
ed exhibited for the benefit Of our audiences at tin;
Central and .Lux Theatres simKii.tr.rr.- !r.
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LOURDES PHARMACY
1U La Carrasa.ultla
FARMACIA LOMBARDO
,.-;.- o. KrT Kreet v-.
MORRISON
. 4th of July A 4 it.'

FOR SALE
Automobiles
FOR SALE: 1949 Buick Con Convertible.
vertible. Convertible. 8564 Margarita or tele telephone
phone telephone 3-3255.
FOR SALE: 1950 Plymouth ie ie-dan,
dan, ie-dan, fully equipped, 27,000
miles, excellent condition $685.
Navy 2554.
FOR SALE: 1954 Austin sedan,
perfect condition. Phone 3 3-6550.
6550. 3-6550. FOR SALE: '51 Henry J, econ economical
omical economical 4-cylinder motor, good
tires, 2 spares. Free 4 months
insurance.' 112-A' Jadwin at
Gamboa. Phone 6-717.
FOR SALE: 1953 Firedome De De-Soto
Soto De-Soto tour-door sedan, run 23,000
miles, in perfect condition, duty
paid. $1300. Phone Lince 3 3-0030
0030 3-0030 Panama.
FOR SALE: 1953 Chevrolet
Beleir hardtop, powerglide, radio,
wiw tires, all accessories, like
new, $1300. Phone 3-0806.
FOR SALE: 1955 Buick Super
used 5 months, all extras $2500.
Leaving. Call Balboa 2710.
Low Bid For Store
In Paraiso Goes i
To Islhmian Firm
Isthmian Constructors. Inc. en
tered the apparent low bid of $112,-
000 for the construction of the new
Panama Canal Commissary, retail
store in Paraiso. Bids were open opened
ed opened Friday morning by Colonel
Hugh M. Arnold, Engineering and
Construction Director, in the Bal
boa Heights Administration build
ing Board Room.
The Isthmian bid wax the low
est entered by four local contract contracting
ing contracting firms, Other basic proposals
ranging from $128,542 to $134,114
wcere made by E, O., H a u k e,
Conipania Martinz, S. A. and tiie
Engineering Corporation. Alter Alter-nate
nate Alter-nate bids were also entered by the
contracting companies for the use
of Substitute materials for the con construction
struction construction of the doors and floors
and for the furnishing of the ce cement
ment cement to be used in the construc construction
tion construction of the main building: The
contract will be awarded only aft after
er after all bids have been studied and
analyzed.
The new commissary Is to be
built at the east end of the recent recently
ly recently completed Paraiso Civic Cen Center
ter Center and will join the Civic Center
by a covered passageway.'
One of the modern features will
be the open frond construction sim similar
ilar similar to that of States super mar markets.
kets. markets. The building will be of con concrete
crete concrete construction and will include
a spacious sales area, and office,
space for ch ashlers, a receiving
and stock room, a cold room, a
freezer room, and a loading plat
trom. A partial basement will
house a machine and locker roo.
The commissary, which is
scheduled for completion some some-time
time some-time before the end of the fiscal
year, will be the final unit of the
Paraiso community center, t h e
first under-one roof community
center ever planned as such in the
Canal Zone.

LEWIS SERVICE
At. TivU Ke. 4
FARMACIA ESTADOS UNIDOS
,: FARMACIA LUX
; i4 Central Atm

FOR SALE
Household
FOR SALE: 25-cycle refrigera refrigerator
tor refrigerator Westinghouse, .dining room
suite, chair-bed, 16" fan (25 (25-cycle),
cycle), (25-cycle), table model radio (25 (25-cycle),
cycle), (25-cycle), aluminum dinette set
with 4 chairs, end tables, coffe
table, floor lamp, table tamps,
baby bed with mattress, 1 high
chair, I stroller, 8564 Margari Margarita.
ta. Margarita. Phone 3-3255.
FOR SALE. One 8-ft, porcelain
deep frees in good condition,
$130, 49th Street, Colombia,
No. II.
LEAVING HOUSE: Must tell
furniture. Call from 12-3 p.m.
44th Street, Apt. A No. 37.
Phone 3-0257.
FOR SALE: Many household
articles, bedroom and parlor fur furniture.
niture. furniture. 52nd Street 2, Apt. 6.
FOR SALE: Beautiful mahog mahogany
any mahogany bar end crystal cabinet with
mirrors, upholstered chairs,
Terms can be arranged. Phone
2-4902 or 3-1024.
FOR SALE: Household furni furniture,
ture, furniture, including piane. Leaving
country. 15th Street, Paitilla No,
100. Phone 3-3895.
FOR SALE: Beautiful Kimble
piano, almost new; beautiful bar
for residence;, tteel desk; Mur Murphy
phy Murphy radio phonograph, console
model, ten bands. Cuba Avenue
No. 38-29, next to Comisariato
Don Bosce.
FOR SALE: Beautiful parlor
set, native wood, else a chest of
drawers. All practically new.
Priced for prompt tale. Via Por Por-ras
ras Por-ras 168, apartment 2.
FOR SALE: Servel refrigerator,
11 -ft, 25 or 60-cycfe current,
good condition, $17$. House
0554-A. Ancon. Phone 2-1729.
FOR SALE: 2 studio couch couch-beds,'
beds,' couch-beds,' Quartermaster table, odd
chairs, end table, lamps end
9x12 rug. Call Bjboa 3265. 1
FOR SALE: !2Vi" Dumont
television, table model, with ra radio
dio radio combination, $75. Gamboa
283.
LEAVING ISTHMUS: Selling
furniture used 6 months: dining
room, living room sets, 3 twin
beds, refrigerator, gas ttove, 2
bicycles. Phone 24247. Tivoli
Avenue No. 10.
FOR SALE:. All mahogany:
dressing bureau, double mirror
w a f d r e b e, twin bads, man's
dresser, sitting room rug, wall
brackets, Frigidairc, gat ttove 4 4-burner,
burner, 4-burner, Bendix washer. Apply A A-partment
partment A-partment House Bottont of 46th
Street, Bella Vista No. 44, apart apartment
ment apartment No. 70 or phone 3-6550.
FOR SALE: Sectional toft $65,
high chair $2.50, sideboard $10.
easy chair $15, record' player
$2Q, work bench $10. And oth-"
er household goods. 2-4491,
0813 Plank Street, Balboa.
FOR SALE: Gat ttove IMagie
Chef), 4 burnert end oven, $90;
GE Frigidairc, approx. 7 cu. ft.,
$70; girl t bicycle, $10,' child's
desk, $5; lawnmower, rubber
tires, roller bearings, $25; toft
hoM, plastic, $5. No. 55 Alberts
Navarro, El Cangrtjo. Phone 3 3-4680.
4680. 3-4680. FOR SALE Dishwasher "Kitch.
en Aid," like new. Selling it for
not having use for it. Campo Al Alegre
egre Alegre Settlement, Avenida Manuel
Ycaxa No. 25, across from Hotel
El Panama,
Wesliiiihiuse Chief
Receives Surprise
miiiins To Court
JERSEY CITY, V. J. Jan. 14-(UP--
The president of the West Westinghouse
inghouse Westinghouse Electric Com. todav wn
ordered to appear in Superior
Court Wednesday at a hearing on
a petition for an injunction against
striking CIO-AFL workers.
The surprise summons to Gwi Gwi-lym
lym Gwi-lym A. Price was issued by Judge
C. Thomas Schettino at the re re-quest
quest re-quest of the union. The indse akn
ordered the International Union of
Electrical Workers to produce a a-ny
ny a-ny official the company desires.
Westinhouse sought the injunc
tion to prevent the union from
interfering with operations at its
lamp plant in Trenton. N.J. The
IUE has been on strike at Westing,
house plants since mid-October.
Attorneys for the company pro protested
tested protested the calling of Price as an
unreasonable demand on his time.
Rut Judge Schettino declared that
testimony at the hearing, "will
have io come from some one 'who
i knows what he is talking about
westinhouse announced the dis dis-isak
isak dis-isak iwo-.upUv lor-..' 'acU
of violence" at its Bloomfield, N.
J.,' plant yesterday. Ten persons
were injured in a picket line melee
there. Accompany spokesman
charged (hat the in pine were
caused by "illessl. trtas pickc-nina
fl'td violent tactics wrpWed In In-the
the In-the pickets."

FOR RENT

Roo
ms
FOR RENT: Small bedroom fur fur-niihed
niihed fur-niihed for singlo person. Apply
personally to Cuba Avenue No.
38-29, next to Comisariato Den
Bosce.
FOR RENT: Furnished bedroom
with porch, bath, hot water and
available food; for married cou couple
ple couple without children. Apply per personally
sonally personally to Cuba Avenue No. 38 38-29,
29, 38-29, next te ,Comiifialo Don
Bosce.
FOR RENT
Micelfaueous
FOR RENT: Spacious locale,
ground. Juste Arosemcna Ave Avenue
nue Avenue No. 37-11. Inquire 7th
Street No. 4-23.
FOR RENT: For efficet, the
tecond and fourth floors of the
Caja de Ahorrot Building; also
penrhouie en the sixth floor.
FOR RENT: Locale being con constructed
structed constructed on Calle Manuel Maria.
Ycaxa Street, facing Raymond's
Clinic. Suitable for offices or
professionals. Will construct ac according
cording according to tenant's desire. Phono
3-2021. from 12 to 4 .m and
7:30 U 9 p.m.
German Police flab
American On Bribe
Charges In Munich
MUNICH.' German Jsn 11
fUP) German police arrested an
American on charges of suborna subornation
tion subornation of perjury today just as he
was released nn hnnrl hv TTi n.
thorities pending an appeal of
iiiioery conviction.
nc itn nidiiji Ncueu Jiusn 11.
Hurlahe. 32. of T)rti-nit lis loft
American custody after posting a
asuu Dona.
Hurlahe was convicted hv an
Army courtmartial of aceentin?
bribes and falsifying government
documents while aeling as an ar
my purchasing agent in Nurnbere.
The Germans have charged him
wun orming a German to change
nis lestimony,
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FOTO DOMY
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FARMACIA VAN-DER-DIJS
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RESORTS
FOSTER'S COTTAGES. One mile
past Casino. Low rate. Pbene
Balboa 1866.
PHILLIPS OcearuusV Co Hate,
Santa Clara. Bex 435, Bolkoev
Phone Panama 1-1877. Critto Critto-kal
kal Critto-kal 3-1673.
Shrapnel'i furnisked houses en
beach at Santa Clare. Telephone
Thompson, Balboa 1772.
Gramlich'i Santa Clara leach
Cottages. Medern conveniences,
moderate rates. Phone Gamboa
6,441. :',. ; ::'-t.
RIO MAR hat been reopened
under new management. Visit us.
For cabin reservations telephone
Panama 3-661 1.
FOR RENT
Houses
FOR RENT: Furnished house, 2
bedrooms. For 3 months, f St.,
El Cangreio. Phone 3-2724.
FOR RENT: Chalet: two bed bedrooms,
rooms, bedrooms, living-dining room, bath bathroom,
room, bathroom, kitchen, maid's roam. Las
Cumbres, Boyaca Street 2105.
FOR RENT: 3-bedroom chalet,
two porches, garden. Via Porrat
81. Keys it 18th Street No. 8,
San Francisco.
FOR SALE
Real Etate
FOR SALE; Houses in Santa
Clara, fully furnished. Leaving,
mutt sell Phone 6-441.
FOR SALE: Farm, 2 hectares
with beautiful 5-bedreom house,.
2 bathrooms, living room, dining
room, and large kitchen, maid's
room. Water, light and river with
permanent water that can be
dammed. One mile from Arrai Arrai-jan
jan Arrai-jan Customs. $12,500, Inquire:
Roberto Miro 3-4923.
WANTED
Houses
AMERICAN EXECUTIVE wants
3 -bedroom heme, vicinity Hotel
El Penama. Call Mr Allen, El
Panama, room 127 or leave mes message.
sage. message.
Prizes

$2,100.00
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FOR RENT
Apartments
ATTENTION G. I.I Just built
medern furnished apartmenrt, I,
2 bedroom, hot, cold w t e a.
Phone PonaoM 3-4941.
FOR RENT. 2-bedroom apart apartment,
ment, apartment, hot water. Ricarde Ariae
Street, Campo Alegre, Inquire
37th Street Ne. 4-23.
FOR RENT: Lovely duplex a a-partment,
partment, a-partment, two bedrooms, garage.
One block from O.K. Amiga Call
Panama 2-2341.
FOR RENT; Beautifully fur furnished
nished furnished apartment one bedroom,
largo porch, dining room and
kitchen, bath and hot water For
married couple without children.
Apply personally to Cuba Avenue
No, 38-29, next te Cemisariata
Don Bosce.
FOR RENT: Furnished apart apartment,
ment, apartment, cool 52nd Street No. 21 21-4.
4. 21-4. Phone 3-6398.
FOR RENT: Luxurious 3-bedroom
penthouse and- 2 modern
2-bedroom apartments in recent recently
ly recently built beautiful building. Ex-"
elusive locetion. Call 2-3397 far
details.
FOR RENT: Apartment, mod modern,
ern, modern, 2 bedrooms, living dining
room, $70. 16th Street No. 6,
near Roosevelt Theater, San Fran Francisco.
cisco. Francisco. FOR RENT: Furnished I -bedroom
apartment, refrigerator, hot
water 17-18 4th of July Ave.
Phone 2-5133.
FOR RENT. Apartments in "El
Cangrtjo" and San Francisco.
Phone 3-1413.
FOR RENT; Modern two-bedroom
apartment in Bella Vista,
51st Street No. 42. Cell Zubie Zubie-ta,
ta, Zubie-ta, phone 3-3337.
FOR RENT: Furnished apart apartment.
ment. apartment. Army inspected, all screen screened.
ed. screened. Via Espana, house before Juan
Franca.
FOR RENT: Furnished apart apartment,
ment, apartment, military inspected. Via Pe Pe-rras
rras Pe-rras No. 99. Phone 3-2068.
FOR RENT. Two-bedroom fur furnished
nished furnished apartment in Golf Hte.
G f. only $85. Phone Balboa
2870.
FOR RENT: Apartment $60.
51st Street East Ne. 30. Phone
3-2097,

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Position Offered
WANTED. experienced bilin.
gual ttanegrepher, diversified
duties for american company.
Send resume including salary
desired ta Box 705 Panama,
WANTED: Steamship company
need bilingual correspondent,
preferably with steamship exper experience.
ience. experience. Mail application to P. O B.
5062 Cristobal, C.Z., giving cur curriculum
riculum curriculum and references.
WANTED
Miscellaneous
WANTED: Registered mala
German Shepherd for breading.
Phone 3-4823.
WANTED TO 1UY: At reat reat-onable
onable reat-onable price, tropical fish or geld
fish far aquarium. Phone 2 2-4976.
4976. 2-4976. Hehru K'ixes Stale
Ownership In India

NEW DELHI, India, Jan. H i i-(UP
(UP i-(UP Prie Minister Jawaharlal
will not nationalize basic indus industries
tries industries in India. s
Nehru said that the primary ob objective
jective objective of India's second five-year-plan
is to increase production and
wealth. He said state ownership
of existing enterprises would not
contribute to this objective.
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CECILIA THEATRE
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from ladies. .
WEAK AND THE WICKED
Plus: YVONNE DE CARLO
STERLING HAYDEN, in
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William Eendix. In
crashout
- Also: -Frank
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MAD at the WORLD
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Chapters, 1. 2 and 3
JUNGLE DEVILS.
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SIMULTANEOUS WEEKEND RELEASE!
Kirk DOUGLAS, James MASON, Paul LIKAS and Peter LOR RE, in
20,000 LEAGUES UNDER THE SEA
In TECHNICOLOR CINEMASCOPE!
The Mijihtest Motion Picture of Them All. .
Shows at the CENTRAL Shows at the LUX:
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PRICES: 0.75 and M0
Ed. G. Robinson, in
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Amalia Aguilar, in
WIDOWS OF CHA,
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SATURDAY. JANUARY 11 1"'?

Social and

JStj Staffers

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ntrh'DC T11I STUTS riTI7.F.NS

. ARE BRIEFED ON REQUIREMENTS
Juniors of Balboa WKh School gathered In the Library on
ThurX to bear Mrs. Vera Bolek, depar men prcsiden t of
the American Legion and director of Girl j State and Mrs..
Harry E. Becker chairman of Girl's State. ... t,.A
These ladies discussed the qualifications needed I te i attend
Girl StateXch Is scheduled to take place March 23 through
, March 29 at Fort Gulick.
Mrs Vera Bolek was introduc-i .
maTJ. hl luniors bv Mrs Becker, here, were guests of honor at a
fiiS hf. short yresun e of Gir i cocktail buffet tendered by Mr.
?'eud..bL! S,U Governor and Mrs. Harry Willis last e v e-

Of Gilt State 1955-56.
Junior Counselors present were:
Diane Staples. Ginger Mann, Mar Mar-jorie
jorie Mar-jorie Ely, Paula Sullivan and Peg Peggy
gy Peggy Donovan. Songs of the lederal lederal-ist
ist lederal-ist and Nationalist
sung and also the Girl S ta t e
Song.-; 1 V:.:;' -:

.ApPiCat 0LmZtrTutea"o aui -Round South America- a n d
tion sheets, were .'Kd ato1''50,000 crossings" will be shown
Sw.Wtr2 Balboa Hi gh'this coming Monday at 7:30 p.m.

rtav Feb. Miss Weir has extra aP;j
plication xorms ioi "Ju9c "w
them.
Mr. And Mrs. Jm nlde
Welcome Third Son
in r anama, annuunvc u.v.
their third son, Larry.. Larry ar arrived
rived arrived at 9:34 this morning at Gor Gor-cas
cas Gor-cas HospitaL He weighed in at 7
lbs. 7 oz. .;
Teresa Ann Bright v ,,,
Born (n Louisville, t ;
"fen recof
birth of a daushter Teresa Ann to
SFCndMr..wiim-ijru.r.

yule,. Kentucky, .m. ; "tQliet compo-sed A-2c W.Uiam
formerly .Rosemary. Murpny m. j ,A

WndmoW is Mrs.' E
ternal grantlmotner is,
Murpny. i- m

SSciSSr Bright of Pan im-crBa7e (The Air t'orce Qdar Qdar-S
S Qdar-S c!t?formme?inyBo?VilSington,!teU music group on
Delaware..,...., .. ... t 1 -:"
Teresa Ann is the niece of Mr. .... ....

and Mrs. Charles j. uq.iev
Balboa.
Mr. And Mra. Jerry James
vClve "Despedida"
AV"5 .1. .i. r,...f;. were

Mr. and nrs. uuo vuilia
their residence
lfst night.
: Htlt Sigma'' Phi
March Of Wme
1 Sen Sey was hostess to Beta
Chfpter, Beta Sigma Phi Sorely
on Wednesday evening m Marga Marga-n"a
n"a Marga-n"a The Mile Of Dimes Project
Sonsored by .Beta Chapter was
the main topic of discussion
Norma De Voll Service Chair.
r1 rtiuiat 5PS

guests o honor ai a duiner given Jmencan Scnoois m tne
Mr and Mrs Jerrv James at Uomu t
Zirre in Golf Heists lap; Damng by Oare

war to aid he March of Dimes. :1S WeU known on tne lsunnus tor
way to am w ,. rronBancea- and as winner
on Jan. i 23 in the Marsarila'ln tne AM Army latent Contest

Clubhouse area, dimes, wui ne f whicn contmueu nis hmuuw , . j
vB I on the sidewalks, with;, ajjjgw .York. .(Wor d Wl Need
puteu ui, nimps As the i. v,an,. vipi- on Mr, Huo "v"W 111 1 WVM

dimes grow int6 dollars, they will,
? ..5 ru,aid toward the
eoal U the goal of a mile is a
Sieved. -roughly six hundred dol-'
lars would be obtained to fight po-.
" Nancy Ramsey, president of the

... sororu ii"""-v- -

wrrt v r
riate of the Bake baie w f
Plans were made to inyefl'P"'
. xi Ti.Aiim v l u in

uKK:Ei:thzfijl For Kids

At the ciose uL .... r ;;.
nrogram chairman for the eve-
progranv . ,f t lk
Both Morris, cuiiuifm
rP She' gained that
X throueh the ages, or interest
she could have cnosen "yJ
fng personalities m the news, oui;
what nicer. people to
than the memwrr
ir she couldn't imagine, a c n
ch POUiani 11I1"C-" ?
thumb nail sketch nmel",;c
;,Vlerverl written and were
ic., Mnmh(irn
thoroughly enjoyed by
an vi v"
embers. ,...
pi.p
The wn mT. !. w Yn
brought' to the meeting by Anna
May Butcher was won bj bcuv

Slaughter. : & , .tVfter the choral cuchanst Slatis-

Members prct.i.c'
. .tfAt Vonpv Ramsey.
jean tuucj, ,J v
Clyde Parker; J e a n
Judge. Mary D a n e 1 s n'
nMi st vie s. Kathleen
IS On, rwdj;

Juffman, Norma pe von, The vestry consisting of Arnold
Slaughter and Ruth Morns Wedg-, Karl L. Harris, Ivan E.
tes attending were AUce Mc f-(Haywood,' Victor T. Smith, Ed-
Hetty AUen. Barbara Egolt, Diane, mund Morrjg Elheh.idge Damels
Dave, Dorothy Clausmtzer and An-.and Uset Sanuiford was reelect reelect-ria
ria reelect-ria May, Butcher. ; jed and augmented with the mem-
liptshin nf John Blake and Gerald

;' ram...,.,,,., ,. ..
Mcsico Citv

Entertained

Otlw

tvide

J?.'. ..J 1..JLJJ LmJJ

A.-- 3-0140 2-V74t U
ning at their residence in Campo
Alcgre.
'
PA Travrt Films i
At YMCA Every Monday
Pan American worm Airways
i j.
Will continue to snow uie series ui
films "Round the World Trav Travels"
els" Travels" at the Balboa YMCA every
Monday night.
attend these snowmgs.
Variety Night'
Program At USO JWB
The popular monthly "Variety
Nighf! -at the USO-JWB Armed
Vt-eee service Lenier win. dp
at
s-lilt n m
The program is as t o i i o w s:
Spanish Liaftces by Miss Dolores
Kosan. Miss Kosan, pupil of the
Spanish Dance witn oua Suarei
Panama rrfpntiv aDoeared in
a recaal at the National Theater
in Panama. She is well known in
iiW nrtseiiLtion ol ballet and
anc. programs on
iiimus. ..
me
bv the Albaniers
Kobert Armstrong, A-3c kichard
Athes, all. of the 5700th. Supply,
Fire npnartment. Albrook Air
yal ls a
meniDer ot tne La boca Alumni
uiee Ciub, and war De acegmpa
nied by Miss Euy Uutcner, ui
optnr nt music lur the Latin A
tann
Clarence. Pies-
coit Mr. frescou has penormeu
many times on tne laiinnus anu
also has arranged 'prugramn vi u u-,
, u-, iei lauicm: r" ""
trio composed vi SP3 BiUy Wy Wy-alt,
alt, Wy-alt, -of tne oemcc Company, &id
lnianuy, Pvt. red tarter, ana
i-vt. Aioert Viliars; bom ot he
.a im vi Co:, tort Koobe.
Vnrai selections DV ftv O I c k
Macone of the T4iina A.U., Quarry
ftc wacone nas appeal
Adams Mr. Adams, accomplished
naniRt' is the accompanist lor the
a B0'.a Aluni Glee Ciub.
Jf RClCf S LilUrCn
Vl.-r
JVSiWW
uiu 1 JwiImJI
p" roca, tomor-
r eter s cn u L
rru- .i.i, ,.i hcc ak nf st
l'OW Will Oe supu-rauueu uj a uui
dren's Eucharist. Father John
; '. lk
ms gervice held monthly be-
ginning 10 a.m., at which comu
and other J. .em ;
"Inlnnnt mplll hprs Ot 1 16 SCnOOl
members of the i
wit.'i. . .
and other j u n io r .parishioners;
rm.n0r8te communion.
i .-. ,,.,, nhnra cp e ; ivatl
av usuai. a choral ce.euiationi.
will be. held at 7 a.m.
inalnil uilh pn.
Memocrs panicipaicu
ft m jn annual p
. mUng hcld lasf, Sunaay
I iVlClHUt. 3 F. ..v.-v.. ......
. 1 .. : i
aviso
morning,
.t;cs presenteu oy me pnesi noiea
! r . i i
an mcreaso. m cuuicn aciviuca
t an(J pi.ogrcs.
j?;Ve reports were rendered fom
:' r
nt.t; ,.rs rnrlrorl f Am
Uaw
Con vocation a;icies will
lit

fJo 5037, Jn

ton
or
Box 134, Pc
anama
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9.00 vJ 10 s.m. mlf.
Parnival Dance
Tauffhl At I SO-JWB
Carnival dance enthusiasts are
reminded that the tambority and i
other dances for the gay Carnival
Season are being taught e v e P y i
Thursday evening at 7:30 p.m.
the USO-JVVB Armed forces Sei-v
ice Center.
Mr Aniceto Moscoso of the M M-tional
tional M-tional School Of Dance Is instruc instructor
tor instructor for the dance classes, which
will continue until reft, prior w
Carnival. j ,
A cordial invitation is extended
to all to attend.
NARCE Holds Luncheon
Meeting Tomorrow .1.
The January meeting ottheis A-
kui,, cnapier e w
M tAmnivAiu in Ihfl r Ptn
12 30 p.m. tomorrow in uie rern
pnmvt nf tr.P Tivoli Guest House.
This luncheon meeting offers an
opportunity to welcome oacK rasi
Puntain Davis and Mrs.
rtain anH to prp.et some retired
vii HniPi-s now visitine on the
Isthmus.
Old timers can make reserva reservations
tions reservations by calling Fred Sill, 2-3165.
House Group Probes
Hickel Plant Job
Al ISicero.Cuba
WASHINGTON, Jan. 14 (UP)
A House Government Opera Operations
tions Operations subcommittee has opened
hearings in New York in an in investigation
vestigation investigation of the government's
$100,000,000 nickel plant at Nl Nl-caro.
caro. Nl-caro. Cuba. 7
Chairman Jack Brooks i aid
Wnlfsnn. head of Merritt-
Chapman & Scott; H. C. Wild-
ner, vice presiaent oi iManuimi
Lead Co.; Randall Cremer, vice
president of Frederick Snare
Corp., and Nicaro project man man-..
.. man-.. .nrt t n Pnrdv formsr
Merritt-Chapman vice president
, and ; present deputy project
manager were called for t h e
Ww York hearing. ;
"The committee Is Interested
in finrfine Ant whvOeneralSer-
vices Administration (GSA) put
National Lead m cnarge oi tne
$43,000,000 expansion program
now ? goins; on at Nicaro when
trinw rpn't pnnstruction com
pany," Brooks said. "And why
GSA forced tne snare uurywa uurywa-ftnn
ftnn uurywa-ftnn t.a t.nk Mr.- Wolf son's com
pany in as full partners In the
cost pjus-nxea-iee evu"
contract."
Brooks said hearlnes' will re resume
sume resume Monday in Washington
with GSA administrator Edmun
F. Mansure and William Bann Banner,
er, Banner, Chicago broker,, as witness witnesses.'
es.' witnesses.' '
"We'd like to clear up wny
linoncArt to rin hiislness as brok-
ers In Cuba." Brooks said in a
prepared statement,
1 1 l-'IJ rnnifa
jUllTOlU VaullUI
In Years Ahead
PHILADELPHIA, Jan. 14 (UP)

-Keith Funston, president of the; Dier" was threatened today with
New York Stock Exchange, aid. w,.Xent pt (fh- -Jiaii-nfrpc'loss of support by the Revolution Revolution-toclay
toclay Revolution-toclay the free world will need un-i We Committee which helped hi

tprecedented amounts of new.capi
tal in tne years aneaa.
He said this opens a whole new
i horizon for American investors
land U.S. industry
in ine nexi live years hiuiic.
i Funston told the World Affairs
rn!l,.i nf pwiaHfilnhia. the rests
iw. -M -- -----
of the free world will need more
jto maintain the recent growth in
pe.' capita mtput. ;
; r-
nh l.n f-hlAt Sfit
!
yli I nr f
; OT, TOie LeClUre
..
DUBLIN, Jan. 14 (UP) Prime
Ministpr John A. Cnstplln will lpf-
- ... .
. 1 1 : 1 1 . . 1 a r 1
Luie uy inviiaiiun to uie iuic uiii-
versity law faculty .next March 19
to 21, the Irish Government Intor
mauon joureau aiu iuuay.
:
-
i c w.
: J I U I i I U Mill JUIII
r
In ANZUS Talks
MELBOURNE, Australia, jan.
14 (UP) -Adm. Felix B Stump,
U.S. commander in chief in the
Pacific area, will hild military
talks with Australian and New
Zcalaridofficials within the next
10 aays. nicy wiii c incurs topics
Of mutual interest aifertms them

Former ICC Chairman Admits.
Indiscreet Telephone Talks

vt7 A cUTMriTM Tan 11 ITTP i

The former chairman of the Feucht because the Chicago and
Interstate Commerce Commis- Northwestern station was re restart
start restart admitted before resigning mote 'and he thought the line
Nov. 25 that he had been "In- should consider the Keeshin bid
discret" in telephoning railroad i along with two others,
officials about a contract lor'af Wayne A.' Johnston, president

fripTirt Inst. Rummer
Hugh W. Cross, ln testimony
pUblisned today, denied that he
Drougnt any pressure on the
railroads or that he had any

.n;i,no4i nr that ho huH nnvtrnpn In rnnnectlOn with t .1 1 S

tiinterest.. ln the projects of his
friend, Chicago trucker John L.
K ppshtn.
Keeshin testified he had of offered
fered offered Cross a Job previously but
the proposal fell through. He
said he had a standing offer tc

atiiu iic au a. ""w's 1 00U6 tne status oi me OIUS OUU
give the ICC official a iob if nesaid lt was in the most casuai
ll, nMtAvnrm anr. 1 1

frnsa nrKnowienpea mat n juu
with Keeshin was In the for formative
mative formative staee" in 1954 but flat
ly denied the offer had been re
newed.
The testimony was made pub public
lic public hv th senfttA Permanent In
vestigating subcommittee, which.
questioned cross ana uweis j
the case last Nov. 15. ; i
Cross resigned 10 days later,!
citing health and his "respect!
and regard" for the ICC and
Elsenhower administration. He
denounced "conflict of interest"
against him as "baseless."
Ben. George H. Bender (R (R-Ohlo),
Ohlo), (R-Ohlo), a committee member, said
h mo. "crnsslv unfair" to Cross
to publish the testimony with without
out without taking testimony from oth
er witnesses. He saia ne votcu
aealnst making the record pub
lic ..
The Democratic majority on
t.h subcommittee said it con
sidered th matter closed since
Cro ? had resigned.
Cross, former Kepuoncan lieu lieutenant
tenant lieutenant Governor of Illinois, was
appointed to the ICC m 194a Dy
former President Truman.
Keeshin waj awarded a eon-:
tract last summer for transfer transferring
ring transferring baggage between Chicago
railroad stations. The contract
had been held for 102 years by
the Parmalee Transportation Co.
Cross acknowledged he h a d
discussed the contract with pres presidents
idents presidents of the three railroads in involved.
volved. involved. He said he could not be believe
lieve believe "that my action In any
way affected those contracts,"
Paul F, Feucht, president of
the Chicago & Northwestern
Pnilwnv Cn fetiflert that Prne
telephoned him last May 13 to
aay ne was very mucn Jiiicr
wnnlrf -art. his rnntrnet.
ested In seeing that Keeshin
Kefauver Deplores
AnIMiiiellecluals.
In US
BClfSTON. .Tan 14 (IIPI-Spii
Estes Kefauver D.-Ten. todiv
deplored the "anti-inteilectualim"i
uivicu uic aiiii-uiic.lcvLUai.lll
anrl ''nrftcanpas tntiral itftnfAvmifw''
. . U I I. L I J .1.. i.l
wnicn lie suiu urescuuy seem iu
, .
Boouna in me nation.
fThe candidate for the Democra Democratic
tic Democratic nrrsirfpntial nnmtnatintl said a
symptom of these moods is the
lederal personnel security nroi?ram
with its "demand not only for loyal loyalty
ty loyalty but for a sort of puritanical con conformity."'
formity."' conformity."' -. "
. Kefauver addressed the H a r v v-ard
ard v-ard Young Democrat club during
a one-day speech-making tour of
Boston; He was en route to. New
Hampshire to open his primary
campaign.
The senator said tnawin our'
; f"1 i".,fwT""e::
oi our ume unips we oawnce me
need for justice and humanity. We
need big minds in government,
and this is one field where we need
them most."

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Prnss rpnlipd hp n h 0 11 ed

01 me Illinois lA'nwai rvami;au,
said Cross told .him that Vif
things worked out satisfactorily
he m obablv would come to Chi-
contract." Cross said he thought
Johnston was kidding
The former ICC head also ac acknowledged
knowledged acknowledged he had asked How Howard
ard Howard Simpson, president of the
Ralt.imnrp ; Ohin Railroad. A-
Ibout. the status of the bids but
Music Publishers
File Suit Against
Major Broadcasters
NEW YORK Jan. 14 (UP) A
music, nubllshins film filed a
$7,500,000 damage suit; today a-o-ainsf:
the tnafor broadcasting
companies on the grounds they
exercised a monopoly in me i'.e
of songs on radio an television.
Charging a monopoly existed
in the distribution and sale of
musical works and compositions,
Life Music,. Inc., asked for triple
damages.
Named in the suit were the
R a ri in nnmoration of America.
National Broadcasting Compa Company,
ny, Company, Columbia Broadcasting Sys System,
tem, System, Columbia Records, Inc.,
Columbia Music Publishing
Company, Master Records, Inc.,
Okeh Music Publishing Co.,. and
SLSAC,, inc.

J7 EM

A line often forms at thelAfter the harness meeting ,r.

cashier's window while twolcial movie A Nation un
women argue over the right to will be, shown shments
.n k. Mn. to it's a ii wii hp served. Members are m-

right to offer to pay but there's
no need to mane an issue oi u.,
Ppnnle who firht over checks
are lacking in social poise.
I flf FflAn If A7I1
feUMJ hllWH 14 Willi
With Severe Cold
LONDON, Jan. 14 (UP) Ladyl
Eden, wife of British Pime Min-
istpr Anthnnv Eden, was confined i
to her country residence at Cheq Chequers
uers Chequers today with a severe cold.
Cohorts Threaten
Viet Nam's Prexy
S,I(
SAIGON, Jan. 14 (UP) -South
Vietnam President Ngo Dinh
, ... Mu,ftl. -r,la Alif,en
threatened to join the opposition
unless Diem ceasca ms aictatori
al" behavior and instituted re
forms.
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MEETINGS
uci nolle lot Inclusion la (hit
column thould nbmilieii ia typo
Miilun farm and niailrd la one ol
Uic box numbers listed daily la "So "Social
cial "Social and Olhtjuvr," or deluuad
by hand In the ollica. Nolnaa af
meeiingi cannui ba acccptad by taia
pbooa.
.Medical Association
To Hold Meeting
.it uorgas nosp.iai

' vivigaa 'U3iuai l iic i m t XiAllci ftuy UIIJ UIIJ-Tn.
Tn. UIIJ-Tn. 1 1 ... . ,. I i. iil.i: l i i i . .

inc joa iiiruuns ui iim muui-! vuiiy vi xmiuiiii is cxtieciea io wiener fftucKeieiier 10 Clonals
cal Associanon ot the lsthmianl announce the purchase of the'the bulk of his holdings on th
Canal Zone will be held in V'ard'two additional LST vessels! smallest of the three U.S. Vir
17, oorgas Hospital on 'luesuay,'. which will make possible reeu-Uin Island to the government

r:"1'
int! luuowing acicniinc l' l o-i
gram will be presented:
1. "Complications of Cortisone

inerapy oy ur. t rai r. oinuii.jEricn Katn Is also expected

uuigaa aiuonai.
2.. "Problems m the tare ot ta-

sualties afier an Atomic hxpio-'er

sion" by Dr. E. P Shirokov. Gor-lto

ftas HosDital v
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Ward 17 of Goreas Hospital has;

now been converted to accomo-fcash

riaic an luture meetings oi .me-; and hopes to have her in serv serv-Medical
Medical serv-Medical Association. ice around mid-vear. .' v

A buffet dinner preceded brre-f TMT nlans to pull the motors
freshments wiU be served at 7:00;Oll 0f the two LST's and make
n m Thn rnDular mppfintf 3 n fl u I n i. i i 1

n m
scientific program will follow.
."- v.. .."'
Canal Zone
Art I. naif lip
A mpptini? n; fnembcrs of the Ca
nal Zone Art .League will be held
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. O.
r Mvsrs. No 711-B on the Prado.
Balboa, on Friday Jan: 27th, at
7:30 p.m. flans lor tne lonncuin lonncuin-ing
ing lonncuin-ing year will be discussed and
there will be a guest speaker. All
members are invited to attend,
and guests will be welcome.
Tower Club (
Meets Monday
Thn Tnwpr Club fcounles' club
sssnciated with tho Cathedral of
St. Luke ) will hold its monthly
meeting in Bishop Morris Hall on
Mnnrl.iv pvenintf. at 6:30. This will
be a business meeting, but movies
will hp. shown and the usual, ca
tered dinner provided.
: Please bring suggestions, meaa,
even criticisms.
Balboa Women's Club
Arts And Crafts
The Arts and Crafts Group of
the Balboa Woman's Club will
meet at 9 a.m.. Monday, at me
home' of Mrs. Helen Wcntworth,
house 573 San Juan P 1 ace.
Members please bring pencils,
tracing paper and any Batea de designs
signs designs you have.
Automobile Club
Shows Film
Nation On Wheels'
Thn Panama and Canal Zone
Automobile Club will hold it? An Annual
nual Annual Meeting for election of off:
cers in the ballroom of the Tivoli
Guest House, Monday at 7 p.m.
vited to bring guests.
CECILIA
EXPLOSIVE DOUBLE-
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TODAY!
PRICES: 0.60 & 0.30
caged v;c.v.i:j
GUILTY GF IVEHY
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Florida.;
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wuuui ine next lew aavs X
to
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LSD tVDe shin for conversion
"rnlt -fin pnll-nff pannhilltiAC
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Rath would nav ti nnn n.in in'
for the LSD "Carib Queen"
,uicii! iiiuu nis-iuweu iiHinuu'Ui
of trailer containers. 1!':p the
"TMT Puerto Rirn thp fiirrpnt
Impinstay of Rath oneration3.
Tne aaainonai lst s whi make
lt possible within two months,
spokesmen Indicated, for the
company to triple its shiiroin
volume and put service on a
regular once, weeklv basis.
Conversion of the "Carlb
ClnPn thpv aalri mill takp
longer. Before, work can start.)
neoetiations must be comnleted
for the. federal government to
nnrlprwrlt. th. mftrtwaue for
financing the $4,700,000 proiect.
wnen
completed,- the "Carlb

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Action Pending

On Ilalicnal Pak
In Virgin Islands
WASHINGTON. Jan. 14 (UP)
The House Interior Committee
may act room on legislation to
convert a large nortion of Saint
iPark.
The bill would' permit Laii-
wrence Rockefeller to donats
" "UCll pat,.
The proposed park area ad
Joins Kaneel Bay, where Rocke Rockefeller
feller Rockefeller is building- resort, farill-
ties.
During committee discussloC
of the proposal ttoday, Repre; Repre;-sentative
sentative Repre;-sentative J a c k Westland ol
-J - t. v -
wasnincton reiterated the od-
jPosition which prevented speed
position wnicn prevented speed v
approval during the closing day$
of the last season,.
But most other members cr
peared to favor the project ,Vi1
committee approval Is expected.
m an eaiiy uaie.
Queen" would be one of t h
largest roll-on rou-orf" vessel?!,
afloat. She would be designed to
carry 100 loaded trailers, 100
autos, 500 tons of bulk car"-'
and 12 passengers.
Her design, plus .patenje cC
loading ana stowine leaturts.
Rath hn said would make
nossible td unload and re'oad they
"Carib Oueen" ; within four!:

hours.

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Disregard the price! i
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Mexico City, who
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THE PANAMA AMEKICA5 AN INDEPENL'FNT DAILY MWSPAffS
SATIT.DAY, JAN'l'ABY 11. t"'S
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Teams To
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J By J. J. HARRISON JR.
The Carta Vieja Yankees and the Chesterfield
.Smokers will continue their dogfight for second spot
in the standings of the Panama Pro League with
two games over the week end in the city of David.
-The first game was scheduled for 3 o'clock this aft afternoon
ernoon afternoon and 'the second for tomorrow morning at 9
o'clock.
Last night the Spur Cola Sodamen bounced back
from a seven-game losing streak to defeat the Yan Yankees
kees Yankees 3 to 2 at the Olympic Stadium. Carta Vieja had
been trying for its eighth straight win.

( Named to the mound for. this
Afternoon's match is Big; BUI
Hockenbury who is slated to op oppose
pose oppose Humberto Robinson.
Bill Harris has been assigned
to pitch against Alberto Osorio
tomorrow.
, In his last appearance Sun Sunday,
day, Sunday, Uockenbury whitewashed
the Smokers 6 to 0, holding
them to four hits. Robinson
also was a winner In his last
outing Monday, when he beat
Spur Cola 7 to 4 with lelief
lie-In from Wallv Burnette.
Harris nicked un his -second
triumph Tuesday in Carta Vie Vie-Ja's
Ja's Vie-Ja's 4 to 2 win over Spur Cola.
Osorio was.Hockls victim Sun Sunday,
day, Sunday, when Alberto's mates fail failed
ed failed to give him a single run.
.The Smokers have dropped
five straleht.to the Yankees, in
cluding two doubleheaders. This
njormngv ; carta vieja was, sec
2nd in the. standings by one
alf came "over Chesterfield.
Jlf the Yankees win both
mes, they will take a firm hold
eti second place, two and one-
Half games ahead of tne smoic smoic-a
a smoic-a double win for Chesterfield
would move them into second
efcot one and one-half games in
llonfr of Carta -Vieja. - -I
Last night Jim Tugerson,
K ho took' over Ton the mound
for starter Bob Trice in the
sixth, singled in the seventh
frame and later came home
Vuth. what. -proved to.be .the,
winning marker in the Soda Soda-wen's
wen's Soda-wen's S to 2 win over Carta
Vieja.
The Sodamen are now two.
cam5 ahead .at,the. Yanks.
T f Tugerson gained credit for his
iffth tnumpn against, one set setback.
back. setback. Losing pitcher was Ron
ald Unke, who relieved starting
hjirler Ed Monahan In the sev-
enin. unite Hunerea nis ursi, ium
against no wins. Bobo Higglns
worked the last stanza.
IThe winners took the lead In
e first, getting a run when Cla Clarence
rence Clarence Moore's singled, stole sec sec-odd
odd sec-odd and sprinted to third when
catcher Ray Dabek threw the
biH into short center field in
an attempt to nab him at sec sec-chd.
chd. sec-chd. Moore tagged up and scor scored
ed scored after Hector Lopez f Ued to
rfcht.
Sin the second they got in an an-her
her an-her run. Pepe Osorio walked,
arold Gordon was safe when
Hjlly shantz could not find the
handle on a grounder hit to sec second,
ond, second, and Pepe moved to second.
Oft rode in on Moore's single to
cnter.
' J The Yanks tied it up two two-all
all two-all In the sixth. Tony Barti Barti-pme's
pme's Barti-pme's single, Shantz' three three-pa
pa three-pa gger and Dan Porter's sin sin-tie
tie sin-tie produced the two mark markers..'
ers..' markers..' ---.:
Tuerson came in then to get
Clip Dickens on strikes an.i re retire
tire retire Eddie Phillips short to first.
With Unke on the hill in the
tAp of the seventh; Tugerson
ana Moore hit consecutive sin
gjes. Herman Charles bunted to
ward third to force Moore third
t$ short,- with Tugerson going
10 tnira on the piay.
i Shortstop Spider William, who

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Tomorrow

had taken the throw from Dick
ens threw too low to Bartirome
at first as they tried to double
Charles. The ball dropped and
Tugerson lumoerea in from
third. .-s
A short discussion followed
when Dabek maintained Tu Tugerson
gerson Tugerson did not touch the plate.
Moore was the batting star of
the game with, four hits in five
trips to the piate. Next best hit
ter was Shantz with three-ior-
four,
No game will be played Mon-
aay. carta ; Vieja and Chester
neia ciasn in a single game
Tuesday night at the Olympic
snacuuin.
Tough 'Toogie'
Spur Cola AB R
HPO
Moore, ss ..5 l
4 3
Charles, 3b .......5 0
Gienn, ct ........4 o
Lopez, 2b .,.,.....3 0
Kellman, c .4 0
Grenald, If 4 0
P. Osorio rt .....2 1
Gordon, lb ... 4 0
Trice, p ... .......2 0
Tugerson, p ......2 1

35 3 9 27 7
Carta Vieja AB R H PO A
iBartirome, lb ....3 1 1 11 0
Shantz, 2b 4 1 3 1 1
Porter, If .4 0 3 0
Dickenj, 3b .,..4 Oi ft 0 2
Phillips, rf '.4 0 0 4 0
iWilhelm, ss ......4 0 123
Kropf, cf 4 0 0 1 0
Dabek, c .....3 0 0 4 2
Monahan, p ,...,.1 0 0 1 1
Hockenbury ....... 1 0 0 0 0
Unke, p .. ....... .0 0 0 0 1
Glamp 1 0 0 0 0
J t B ,-i33 a '6 21 10

Hockenbury filed out for Mo
nahan in 6th.
Glamp rolled out for Unke in
8th.
' Score by Innings -Spur
Cola ..110 000 003
Carta Vieja 000 002 0002
SUMMARY
RBI's Lopez, Moore, Shantz.
Porter. Earned runs: Carta Vie Vieja
ja Vieja 2, Spur Cola 3. Left on bases:
Carta Vieja 5, Spur Cola 9. Three
base Wt: i Shantz. Sacrifice hit:
Lopez..; stolen bases: Moore,
Porte Passed balls: Dabek.
Struck outby Trice 1, Turgeson
2. Monanftn-2. Base on balls off
Trice .1, Monahan 3. Pitchers'
record: Monahan 2 runs, 4 hit3
In 8 innings;' Trice 2 runs, 4
hits. In 3 1-J innings; Unke 1
run. 4 hits' in 2 Innings:.- Errors:
Carta-Vieja 3 (Dabek, Shnntz,
Wilhelrrti; Losing pitcher: Unke
(0-1). Winning pitcher? Tuger Tugerson
son Tugerson (5-1). Umpires: Thornton.
Hinds, .Coppin. Time of game:
2:25,
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Tommy Byrne
Inks Contract Contract-Earns
Earns Contract-Earns Honors

-By FRED DOWN.
NEW YORK. Jan; 14 (UP)
Tommy Byrne, who discovered a
"new pitch" the strike at tne
age tff 36f and 23-year-old Rok-
er craig sienea 13&6 contracts
today as the champion New
Vnrlr Vantpfis anrt Brooklyn
Dodeers steeped up their winter
activities.
Bvrne was the second Yankee
to agree to terms while 'Crate
and rookies Don Elston s a n d
Chuck Templeton, who also sign
ed, increased the list or satisnea
Dodgers to an even dozen.
In Detroit, meanwhile, pitcn pitcn-er
er pitcn-er Ned Garver strolled into
the Tigers offices and came
to terms a few minutes after
office personnel dug his con contract
tract contract out f a stack that had
been prepared for the mails.
Bvrne one-time "wild man" of
the American League, led the
circuit In percentage with a 16 16-s
s 16-s f orrf last season and was one
of the key players in the Yan Yankees'
kees' Yankees' pennantrwinnlng cam campaign.
paign. campaign. He agreed to terms ver verbally
bally verbally with general manager
George Weiss durine the Yan Yan-Itpps'
Itpps' Yan-Itpps' tour of t,h Orient and re-
tiimprf his klenerl contract to
the New York office the day he j
got ... . .,.!
Byrne win De nonorea ior ine
pomphanif of ths vear" Sunday
nieht bv the Chicaeo chapter of
thp Pasphall Writers ASsocia-i
tion of America and on Monday
night will be in Baltimore tn be
honored bv the Baltimore Pro Professional
fessional Professional Baseball players 'As
sociation. 1
- Tnmmv 1955 cnmDalen clim
axed one of the most interesting
transformations In modern base
ball history. Some 12 years ago
Byrne Joined the Yankees as a
tremendous "stuff pitcher" but
was too wiia to win consiaiciiwy.
hp hiinir on. with the) Yankees.
drifted back to the minors and
then returned last year with
the old speed and sharp-breaking
curves gone but blessed, for
the first time in his life, with
control. :
Byrne beat the .Dodger? In
the second game of the World
Series (but lost the. decisive
game "Jo" Johnny Poores' 2-0
shutout.
f!raiff hroiicht un to the
Dodgers in mid-season when the
key members or manager wait
Alston's staff were hobbled with
arm ailments, compiled a a-3
reeular-season record and then
beat the Yankees, 5-3, in.1tthe
fifth game" of the 'series.
Garver; 30, had a 12-16 record
for tho Tieer's. He 'told Detroit
owner Spike Briggs he had tak taken
en taken off 20 Dounds since the end
of the season.
Ludwig Lighfburn
Captures Hairline
Win Over Joe Lopes
RAN FRANCISCO. Jan. 14
XUP) Young Ludwig Lightburn,
a 135-nonnd hurricane from
British Honduras, flew back to
New York today to "sit and
wait for an offer" after scoring
a hairline split decision over
California's Joey Lopes.
Neither Llehtburn nor Lopes
will be fighting anybody for a
wppir nr n nr. iftast for botn men
came out of last night's 10-
round bout with eve cuts that
will take some healing. f
Nursinsr a lumn the Size 01 a
golf ball and an Inch-long cut
over his left eye, tne 21-year-old
Lightburn laid on his back
tn t.hfi rit-pssinor room and ad-
mittod Lopes was "a real tough
boy." .-...':
"T t.hnimVi T Had it an irom
the third round on." he said. "I
thnntrht. he'd co down when I
caught him on the ropes In the
sixth but he just shook ms neaa
and kept coming."
A rpnriv nsicklnir haflrs 10 caicn
nlane east. Liehtburn's man
ager. Allle Clark, saia ne nao
nothing more in sight for his
bov at m-esent. But he wasn't
woTving too much.
. "This was his tmra sensauon sensauon-ai
ai sensauon-ai TV fiphfln a row." he said.
"We' lust on hack to New xonc
and sit and wait for someone to
make us an offer.
Gclf Is Tcihcr
Than Tooibdl
DEL MONTE;, Calif. (NEA)
Mike Souchak is amazed to find
that 18 holes of tournament golf
wear him down more than did a
complete game of football.
You get chances to relax in
football," points out the former
Duke end and place-kicker and
new professional star shotmaker.
"Once you tee off in a golf tour tournament
nament tournament you're underpressure un until
til until the final putt drops. And the
ball just sits there with nobody
to help you move" it along.'
Souchak feels that before any
golfer can reach the top he must
learn to play the course, not his
opponents', m-- -
BIGGEST STROKE
Los Anodes fNEA) A Los
AnRolcs city councilman wants
Rancho, a nmnic?ps! r""r'p. trst trst-ed
ed trst-ed fc oil.

Frisco Equals Major College
Consecutive Victory Record

PANAMA PRO LEAGUE

v Won Lost Pet. GB
Spur Cola,....,., 11 .8, .579
Carta Vieja 8 9 .471 r2
Chesterfield,;.... 9 11 .450 2U

LAST NIGHT'S RESULT (Olympic Stadium)
Spur Cola 3f Carta Vieja 2
TODAY'S GAME 3 p.m. (David)
Carta Vieja (Hockenbury 1-1) vs.
Chesterfield (Robinson 3-4)
TOMORROW'S GAME-9 a.m.-(David)
Carta Vieja (Harris 2-3) vs. Chesterfield
. (Osorio 0-1)

JOE WILLIAMS

PUTTING ONE LITTLE word after another and whatever
became of the Fight Managers' Guild? From the start it was
clear that the managers' revolt against the commission edict to
dissolve would stand or fall depending on which way Jim Nor!
rls moved. At one stage, the promoter had stated, "I need the
guild." Apparently this was mistakenly interpreted as a pledie
ol support. The managers might have had sounder reason for
optimism If Norris had stated: "I can't get along without the
guild."
;'.":
Norrls is unique as a wealthy promoter in that he has
many personal ana sentimental attachments among the fight
wtotC. But, as has now been demonstrated, he is iirst 0 all a
businessman, and such persons do not make a practice 0
encouraging Quixotic rebellion at the jeopardy 0 investment.
A blackout of New York boxing would cost Norris some $300,000
a year, so iohen the showdown came it was not surprising that
he promptly announced he was behind the commission 100
per cent.
'--ALMOST IMMEDIATELY 'SIMILAR assurance arrived-from'
Al Weill in Los Angeles, where Rocky Marciano's manager is
presently trying to convince Hollywood that the story of his life
should be immortalized In film. There is more to Weill's words
than reach the casual cauliflower ear. The words are strongly
suggestive that Norris and Weill, acting in concert, found It ex expedient
pedient expedient to let the guild have it with both barrels. Also, that their
business relations, despite reports to the contrary, remain un un-impaired,
impaired, un-impaired, and that Marciano's next title defense will be here
In June. : v.:.-
The one-two punch reduces the guild to an impotent, mean meaningless
ingless meaningless agency, and is at once a victory and a relief for com com-missioner
missioner com-missioner Julie Helfand, who had excoriated the guild as "dic "dictatorial,
tatorial, "dictatorial, vwnopolistic and crime ridden," operating under the
. "shadowy figure of Frank Carbo." However, any victory that
penalizes guilt and innocence alike disregards the fundamental
precepts of justice. Helfand's position had become such that
he had no alternative, in a sense, then, Norris and Weill took
him off an unoomfortable hook that could have endangered
his political ambitions. ..
PERHAPS NOTHING HAS been more Illustrative of the 1m 1m-pact
pact 1m-pact of television on boxing as a spectacle than the public re reaction
action reaction to the ring's latest hassle. A few years back any threat
to shutter the Garden would have caused no little consternation.
In this instance, all the fans wanted was assurance they would

still get fights on their home screens. Where they originate is
of no" interest to them. The Garden is no longer a magic name.
The fans have discovered a fight piped out of Miami or St. Louis
Is often more stirring than a Garden production. And whether
they are even deeply moved over boxing moral problems is to

De sadly doubled.
v Norris,' in testifying before the commission had said he
looked upon the guild as a "sort of union." Essentially, that's
what the guild was, or sought to be, and one of the founders
expressed profound surprise that tactics common to certain
unions,- intimidation, extortion and such, were looked upon
with disfavor in boxing. And to many thoughtful readers, the
headlines devoted, to this relatively insignificant mess must
, have seemed disproportionate. The savageries of the Westing Westing-house
house Westing-house strike, for example, had a hard time staying with the
pace.

THE MANAGERS, of course, will reorganize, but along more
wholesome lines. To this extent. Helfand scored commendably,
and performed a service for boxing ia-general. Judging by the
recorded facts, the central Issue was a question of authority, of
whether the commission or the guild were running the sport.
Apparently no provable criminality existed, no fights were shown
tc have been fixed, and a call to the D.A.'s office revealed Hel Helfand
fand Helfand had asked for no indictments.
Helfand has a powerful and dangerous weapon which per permits
mits permits him to impose expulsion by guilt through association.
"The shadowy figure of Frank Carbo" is his stalking horse.
Caroo, a completely unsavory character, is intimate with a
number of managers, some of whom reportedly front for him.
Carbo, like Capone of another era, is a handy file for all hor-.
rors that cannot otherwise be explained. If Carbo is the pow powerful
erful powerful and poisonoxts force he has been pictured for so long.

it can hardly be a compliment
that they haven't been able to
bum.

riAfJOLO MARQUEZ AT
LA HACAnZNA DULLOK'G
'The second bullfight program of the 1956 season will be held this
Sunday at La Macarena bullring in San Francisco rle la Caleta

'with 'leading Mexican matadors Jaime Bolafios-nd-Manolo-Mar-quez
competing against each other.

The cape and sword professionals will engage two buns;
apiece. i
Reduced admission prlcrs. rancing from $5 fnr ir rird c
to 75 cents f'T children, will be charged. The f w" e r 1
ulcd to beda at 4 p.m. slurp. j r ::vt.

to Helfand and his counterparts;
get anything on the verminous
.j .... ....

H

By TIM MORIARTY
NEW YORK. Jan. 14 (UP) -The
San Francisco Dons, who
have been teaching their oppo opponents
nents opponents the finer rudiments of
basketball with amazing success,
called a 15-day time out for
classroom tests today after e e-qualling
qualling e-qualling the major college rec record
ord record for consecutive victories.
Coach Phil Woolpert'i top top-ranked
ranked top-ranked Dons extended their vic victory
tory victory skein through 30 games last
night by downing Fresno 6tate,
69-50. Ironically, it was their
13th straight of the current
campaign and was posted on
Friday, the 13th.
The Dons' latest triumph put
them in a class with two fam famous
ous famous teams the 1937 Long Is Island
land Island UnWersity squad and the
1942 Seton Had quintet. How However,
ever, However, they both neeed three
seasons to reach No. 39, while
San Francisco has turned the
tricki n less than two full sea seasons.:.
sons.:. seasons.:. After taking time out for mid

year examinations, the Dons
will attempt to set a new major
college mark when they resume
action against California at
Berkeley, Jan. 28.
In last night's game at Fres Fresno,
no, Fresno, San Francisco shot into a
21-10 lead after the first eight
minutes. Woolpert rushed in his
reserves at that point but the
Dons opened a 42-20 margin at
half time and simply went
through the motions the rest of
the way. j
Fifteen players saw action
' for San Francisco. The Dons'
big man, as usual, was six-foot-ten
Bill Russell, who
scored 22 points and grabbed
17 rebounds.'
Tenth-ranked North Carolina.
after leading by 19 points in the
first half, had to pour on steam
in the second half in escaping
with a 75-73 victory over South
Carolina. Lennle Rosenbluth tal tallied
lied tallied 31 points for the Tarheels
as they tied Duke for first place
In Atlantic Coast Conference.
In a twinblll at Philadelphia,
Kurt Engelbert's Jump shot- In
the second period gave St. Jo
seph's a 75-74 triumph over
Manhattan after Lasalle turn turned
ed turned back Syracuse, .71-64, .In the
openerManhattan" had taken a
74-73 lead with 1:45 left in th
second overtime on -two free
throws byi John O'Connor, but
then Engelbert came through
with the Hawks' winning bask
et.
Bob Canty scored 12 points
In the last seven minutes to
lead Harvard to an S6-78 vic victory
tory victory over Penn, while Cornell
walloped Brown, 74-56, in Ivy
League contests.
Elsewhere, Bill Matthews last
second basket gave Virginia
Tech a 3-61 upset victory, over
George Washington: West Vir
ginia edged Penn State. 81-79;
Texas A. & M. nipped Texas,
IZK'JA irlrnnenn ixntnnUj T)lna

84-70;: Bill : Bond's '25 polntslS P

neipea Stanford scalp Idaho,
77-60; Southern Carolina turn turned
ed turned back Oregon State, 58 47;
Brigham Young spanked Colo Colorado
rado Colorado A. & M,. 61-49; Oregon
edged California, f 63-62, and
U.C.L.A. downed Washington
State, 88-72.
Oldiimers To Play
In March Oi Dimes
Game In Fla. Today
ST. PETERSBURG. Fla.. Jan
14 (UP) It, will be just like!
Old times for some of baseball's :
greatest names when they don
uniforms again today to play a:
seven-inning game lor the!
March of Dimes.
The game was organized by
sportswriter Fred Lieb. who said!
he "signed up at least 40 old-
timers to play plus several pre present
sent present day major leaguers.
Manager Al Lopez of the Cle Cleveland
veland Cleveland Indians and Fred Hut Hutchinson
chinson Hutchinson of the St. Louis Cardi Cardinals
nals Cardinals will pilot the rival teams.
Proceeds go to the March of
Dimes.
The lineups will not be an announced
nounced announced until game time, but
one of the top attractions will
be the famous Brooklyn Dodger
battery of speedballing Dazzy
Vance and catcher Zack Tay
lor back at work. Boston Red;
Sox slug king Jimmy Toxx will
also play.
Other big names include pitch pitchers
ers pitchers Johnny Vander Meer of Cin Cincinnati;
cinnati; Cincinnati; spud Chandler, Henry
Johnson and Milt Gaston of the
Yankees; blooper ball originator
Rip. Sewell of Pittsburgh, and
reliefer Jack Russell, who play played
ed played in both' leagues. ;
Two real "oldsters" who will
play just a couple of innings are
Fred Merkle of the Giants,
Dodgers and Chicago Cubs in
early 1900; and Heinle Groh,
New York Giants star of the 1922
World Series.
ALL-ROUND MAN
New York (NEA) Carl
Braun of the basketball New York
KnuwrioocKers is proficient in
five oilier sports baseball, hieh
, golf swimming and bii-
I .....

Fastlich

STANDING OF THE TEAMS
W
.2
.1
.1
.0
.0
L
Pet.
Palomas
Macaws
Conejos
Pumas
Ocelots
0
0
1
I
2
1.000
1.00U
.500
.000
-00J
Thursday's Result
Plemas 10, Ocilptt 3.
Monday's Game
Palomas vs. Conejos
Spotting Jack Sutherland's Oce Ocelots
lots Ocelots to three runs in the first in inning,
ning, inning, Aloises DeLaPenas Palc-
jnas. put on a five-run rally in
their half of the first round to take
the lead and added to it in the
second and third innings to take
an easy 10 to 3 decision from the
Ocelots in the Fastlich League
game at Balboa on Thursday even evening.
ing. evening. It was the second straight
win for the Ocelots who share first
place with Pete Corrigan's Ma Macaws....
caws.... Macaws.... George Barbier, righthander of
the Palomas, scored his second
straight victory, gjving up all of
three runs on two hits and two
walks in the first inning and then
settling down to allow but t single
Ocelot runner to reach third base
Little League
PACIFIC LITTLE LEAGUE-
W
Gibraltar Life 2
Police 1
Seymour Agency v....l
Spur Cola 1
Lincoln Life ........ 0
Pet.
1.000
1.000
.500
.500
.000
.000
Elks 1414 ........... 0
Spur Cola 4, Seymour Agency .0
Spur Cola broke into the win
column at the Little League Sta Stadium
dium Stadium yesterday when they down
ed a strong Seymour team by a
4-0 shut out.
Aybicki, formerly of the Arm Armed
ed Armed Forces League pitched a
masterful game, not walkinir a
single batter and was tougn Jn
the clutches. Time and time a-
cain Seymour would have men
on the bases in scoring position
but Rybickl, aided by good sup
port, would come out oi tne
jam.
G. Anderson, Rybickl g mound
opponent, also pitched a credit creditable
able creditable game, giving up three hits
all in the fourth Inning.' How.
ever, these three hits accounted
for only one run. whereas three
other runs were scored by the
soft drinks lads without a safe
knock.
On the offensive side Carlson
was the leading hitter of the
day with two safeties, one of
them a triple.
-The box score:
Spnr Cola AB
Bowen, 3b ..............3
Chase, ss ... 3
Boswell, c .........2
Dllfer. lb 3
Zelnick. If ..............3
R' H
1
1
Perantie, 2b" ......2 "0
G. Feeney. cf 0 0
Albritton. cf -i.. ..2
0
3 0
Mounts, rf ............ ..0 0
Whitney, rf 2 0
.
Seymour Seymour-Carlson,
Carlson, Seymour-Carlson, rf ............ .3 1
Mosses, If ......... .....1 0
Pearl, x . ., ....0
Raymond, If .......... .2
Boatwright, 3b ..3
Huddleston, ss ........ . 3
Dubbs, c .............. 2
Perra. p ....1
Calleja, p. ...
K Anderson, 2b
Farrell, cf
Mallory, lb
G .Anderson, p-lb
J. VV .... .1
B
U
I,
L
S

League

in the remaining three innings, A
single by Frank Ammirati and
another by Lane Thompson wert
the only safeties made off Barbier
after the first inning.
Morgan Schoch, started for the
Ocelots and a pair of walks and
successive hits by Barbier and
Larry Eastman put the Palomas
in the led and caused the removal
of Schoch for Jimmy Reynolds
who allowed another fun in t h
first inning and four more in the
second before being replaced by"
Corbin McGriff. McGriff stopped
the Palomas in the second and a
walk, a stolen base, and Barbter'i
second hit of the game, a single
to left, scored the tenth and last
run for the winners.

Boz score:. ;.' ,"'.;
Ocelots AB R II PO A E
Engelke, w, cf .2 0 0 0 0 0
McGriff, ss, p ..2 10 1 0
Engelke, J, If .3 1 I 0 0 0
Ammirati, 3b .3 0 2 0 0 0
Boyett, lb 1 0 0 0 0 0
Laatz ........ .0 0 0 0 0 0
Thompson, r
rf, ss 1 0 1 10 0
Morris, 2b 2 0 0 1 0 0
Tubbs. c 1 0 0 .7 1 O
Schoch, p .....1 0 0 0 0 0
Reynolds, p ...0 0 0 1 0 2
Dombrowsky, rf 0 0 0 0 0 0
McNall, rf ....1 0 0 0 1 0

Totals ..
.17 3 411 2 4
Palomas
Garcia, 3b
..1
..0
..3
..2
..1
.3
.3
..2
..2
Federsen, ss
Barbier.p
Eastman, cf
Snodgrass, c
Alien, u ....
Rathgeber. 2b
Feeney, rf ......
Sander, lb ;.
Totals
.'.17 10 5 12 1 3
Two out when game called.
Score by Inningi
..... .R
,300 03
,541 0-10
Ocelots
Palomas
Summary
Laatz ran for Thompson In
3rd. Runs batted In: Ammirati
2, Barbier 2, Eastman, Allen 2.
Stolen bases: Ammirati, Peder-1
sen 3, Barbier 2, Eastman 2, Al- f
len, Rathgeber. Struck out: By I
Barbier 8, Reynolds 1, McGriff :
5. Base on balls: Off Barbier ft
off Schoch 2, off Reynolds 4, off
Mcurui. l. uanc: Keynoins. Hi?
by pitcher: By McGrif (Snod (Snodgrass).
grass). (Snodgrass). Wild pitch: Reynolds.
Hits and runs: Off Schoch 2
hits, 4 runs (none out in first
inning), off Reynolds 2 hits. 5
runs in 1 1-3 inning, off Mc McGriff
Griff McGriff l hit, 1 ru in 2 1-3 innings.
Time of game: ,1:30. Umpires:
Mohl and Dombrowsky.
Along The Fairways
WILLIAMS AND "STEPHENSON
SHARE PRIZES IN SUMMIT
ROYAL MOUNTED
TOURNAMENT
Ben Williams and N. B. Step Stephenson
henson Stephenson shared the weekly prizes
in the Royal Mounted Ringer
Tournament being run at Sum Summit
mit Summit Hills Golf Club. .Williams
carded a gross 83 for his share
of the loot and Stephenson shot
an 85 which with his 24 handi handicap
cap handicap gave him a net 61 for nis
prize.
Howard Tettenburn, with eight
birdies and a 62, holds on to
first place as the tournament
nears its end. Williams moved
into second place with a 66. one
stroke ahead of Leo Eberenz, Eberenz,-who,
who, Eberenz,-who, in turn, leads fourth place
Bud Myers by a stroke.

at LA MACARENA
Sunday, Jan. 15 4 P.M.
4 Brave Mexican Bulls 4
FAMED MATADORS:
JAIME BOLANOS
and
MANOLO MARQUEZ
' REDUCED ADMISSION PRICES
' PRICES:
" SHADED SFXTION t'NSIIADED SECTION
1st Row L...S5.99 1st Row .......S.I.SO
2nd nd 3rd Bow .... 4.00 .- 2nd and 3rd Row .... 2.541
General Admittance .. 2. SO General Admittance .. .5n
Children 100 Children ............. .7S
TICKETS -ON SALEs-Jberi -Rtarant. "In
Concordia" Pharmaoy, Central Hotel, Hotel Kl
Panama and La Macarena Builrine, every day
from 9 a.m. until 6 p.m. For reservations call
Trl. 3-4379.

1

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fir .' v
TZS FJLNAMA AJIISICAN AN 1MDLFENT-T DA1LI MV.'.'PAri?.
SATURDAY, JANl'AKT 14, 1535
A.:
it
: n a r, y
t l t : if I s I i .lit i f
if
Don't Throw Or Bounce
Lucky Strike Edges JC
In Extra inning Thriller
Wall, Palmer, Furgol,
Your Bowling Ball, Roll It
Bayer Tied Willi 140

ri

. .."--" n TTTT. '7 I ....

, T ( 1 : tin

"i

0

At the halfway mark the 1936 Panama Open
tournament is still anybody's game with four pro professionals
fessionals professionals tied for first place.
Art Wall Jr., Arnold palmer, Ed Furgol and
George Bayer each have scored 140 for the first 36
holes. . 'A.fv .: : :'V;

Wall, who shot 67 the first
day for the best score of the
day, had a bad day yesterday
shooting 73, one above par. The
rest of the group, George Bayer

and Arnoia rainier, .eacn siioi,
72's. even par, while Ed Furgol

shot a 71 to tied up first place.

The best score of the day was

shot by Herman Barron who

- IN A HUDDLE (Left to right) Fred Gerhardt, Ed Furgol, 'Ne 'Negro"
gro" 'Negro" Arias and Dick Dehlinger exchange ideas during the play playing
ing playing of yesterday's second round in the Panama Orn touma touma-Sent
Sent touma-Sent Gerhardt, Arias and Dehlinger are members of .the Open
Committee. Furgol, one of the visiting ProcompctlngJn this
year's ODen shot a one-under-par 71 to deadlock Art Wall Jr.,
Arnofd &er and George. Biyer for the 36-hole lead wltt
140 each.

College Cage
Scores

. EAST ..
Rhode Island 81. New Hamp

shire 68.

Allegheny 81, Thiol 56.
Bethany (WVa) 79, Wash-Jeff 71.
St. Peters (NJ) 93, Fairleigh-D'-
SOn 74.
West Liberty 94, California (Pa)

had a 69, followed by Chick

Harbert with 70. Most of the

professionals shot In the low

seventies.

Sammv Knead who shot an

even nar 72 tied for third I)!ace

with Rooerio ae vicenzo, wnu

shot 71 for a total of 143. An.

tonlo Cerda. the defending

champion, had one below par,
71, to tie second place with Bar Barron
ron Barron at 141.

The high wind prevailing yes yesterday
terday yesterday was a severe handicap
for the professionals and it was
responsible for the high scores
throughout the day.,
Amnntr the toD days of the

day was an eagle by Chick Har Harbert
bert Harbert at the No. 3 hole, where par
l nthpp paffles were

made yesterday by Roberto de
Vicenzo on the par-5 No. 12
hole, Henry Castillo at the No.
5 hole.

' rr" t'

PACIFIC TWILIGHT LEAGUE Jers with a triple and a single fa

STANDINGS

Team- V W

Lucky Strike ....... ...-3
American Legion ....... .2
Junior College .......... 1

High School ...;.......

Wednesday's Result

Lucky Strike 4, Junior College ;

Sunday s uame
L. Strike vs American Legion
Balboa Stadium 2 ;00 p.m..

four trips.

LI J. Collefe AB R
OiHopiak; cf 1
2IW. McKeown, ss .4 0
2!Mantovanl, p .,.,2 0

Glavelll. c ........ 3 o

Jefferles, If. rf ...4

J. McKeown, 2b ...3
Herring. 3b .......3

nro
o s

Evans

Vanes

Wood,

rf

If
lb

Lucky Strike came from behind
: ih. .inhth inninff. DUshinZ a-

rrnsx two runs, to edcc the Juniori r strike A

Colle?e 4 to 3 Wednesday night inHalman. e .......4
. .... miv,a nf tnfk.w i m

tne nrsi extra umui lunoar. ss

27 3 1 22 8

The highest score was made
by Lew Worsham who shot 81,
nine-above par after shootin

I7n t.h. first dav. His score is

Intl. S2, Massachu-isi.

American

setts 77. :. :
Alderson-Broaddus 83, Saleml Among the amateurs Jimmy
(WVa 83. 'de la Guardia, Uie young Pan-

Steubenvuue ?u, .Alliance vrai amanian goner, snoi a mgn id

Maryland State .87,, Aaeipni ib.
Kecne (NH) Tchrs 80, W. Ad

ams Trs 52.

SOUTH

hut rni&inrf in t.h first nlace

with the 73 he shot the day be

fore; for a total or-149. ue
ftuarriu t foiinwed doselv bv

Charlie MacMurray. and Eddie

Eder with 150.

Kentucky 85, Tulane C3.
viula 7i Mai-vlaiwl 64.

I,, v. ui.v -- :

Western Ken. 66, WW western Art Waji

The second rotinJ scores:

SAFETY MEASURE Sylvia Wene'i slide tnAt vrl inthe
behind the foul line la avoid a penalty.

. Seymour Ageficy Beats Tahiti
Jewelry In Major Kegling Ltagua;
fcoffey Bowla Seventh 700 Seriei

857 874 933 2364

The Seymour Agency insurance insurance-men
men insurance-men took the Tahiti Jewlcrs into
camp in the Major Bowling
League last Tuesday evening at
the Diablo Heights Clubhouse bowl bowl-L
L bowl-L k tMn thfi two final

"i L" .-j i.if.n fn,- three points. Tahiti Jewelry-

It th lead of Sey Albrltton ....157 -202

i". .- V.- .h. m five points m'snellbaker ...170 158

(he league standings. lEllenberger .180 185-

. .U i .AAMlH

Colonial Insurance

Schlrmer .....201 205 181 587
Burgls .......146 157 161 464

Allen ........175 130 ; 18a 4

Zeletes .......166 194 184 544 64

Glelchman ...169 183 218 575

Furman 72, Davidson 70.
Hampden-Sydney 75, Vir, Mili Military
tary Military 63. f :
lresbvterian 89. Flor. Southern

Larrabee 202 188

912 884 907 2703
Seymour Aeency

Bates ...177 155 159 490

Kaelin .......195 204 198 597
Rogers 202 169 220 591
Hammer .....136 189 196 .521
Colbert ......194 183 299 606

904 900 1001 2805

S. Hills Golf Club ;

176 144 505
143 173 499
163 .162 -488
183 182 525
159 190 567

Arencla Glud

Granata. 99

Klumpp ......191

pins, swirmuui then

came dx omy
tnk the next easi y by 94 pins.
Ham Colbert led for Seymour
Sith 199 183 and 299 for 606 fol fol-Swed
Swed fol-Swed by Hal Kaelin, who is havj
ine his f nest season, with 59V ana
Rogers with 591. For Taj U
Ellcnbervcr, who recently reliev
ed Christ Hermann on the team
led with 572, followed by Larraoee
WiOn 'adjacent alleys, the H. L
Homa ti escttcrs took three points

wr. is

nd 210 foUowed by Almeda .with Anderson ,t.163
m For Co onial, Schirmer had a Kunkel 160
Se 587 followed by Glcichman jacober 227

The Summit Hills Golf Club dis-
j rinnia team m third

the hapless AgenciaGlud.tean,
which managed ,to take the sec
ond game of the series Jacobe
was high for Summit gj
while Fr'ankie Granata led for the
Glud group with 570, followed by
Woodcock with 554. J v.
The highlight of the evening, how how-Billy
Billy how-Billy Coffey's smash smash-fnfeames
fnfeames smash-fnfeames of 248, 237 and 227 for
Mi of 712 a?-22f?
y Luz team, in which the Max R.
Itempel & Son insurancemen took
three games and pmfall as i .Cottey
led with 712 followed by Joe Feg Feg-Ir
Ir Feg-Ir with 574 for the Stempeleers.
For Fuerza y.Luz Thomas was
high with 533 Coffey

increased his average, from 207
' 11 nine nff ft ilU

average after 51 games, which is
r.vcl, A,(Tn pvpt held at

? "!""V.;n hv anv Isth

w Blf", .n iMffue: The

" .r. hi f mirth 700 or bet-

:w. m, w iacuethis

Tcr series "i15 'J
- 4ason, and his seventh series of
2.r h spasnn in all

w vri .Xrn fPV hOWlS

leagues ut --
lctT, .tanrt nes of the

? 17 weeks of the 28

week season:

,178
169
211
-182
1C7

537
497
572
540
557

918 815 851 2584

Pue

Woodcock

Kutsch ,.

.133

158
180

191
154
130
199
193

180
150
131
197
138

570
495
394
554
511

861 867 795 2524

Fuerza Luz

Luttenberger .174 185 lflfl 519

PllachOWSkl .1.75 157 192 524

Sovstee ... .179 136 171 489

Thomas 179 167 187 533

Stephens 133 145 198 476

David Lipscomb 83, Chattanoq-

5?- .... ..u

ijeimoni ADDey ji,.twmiij
Roanoke 80, Rich, Professional
Shepherd' (WVa) ?, Frostburg
(Md) 73.

rntrnarv S3. Louisiana Teen

Xavicr (Ohio) 84, uam. Loyoia

57. . ' i. .

Howard (DC) 106, St. faui m.
Arkansas State 83, Union (Tenn)
69
E. Carolina 102, Guilford 66.
Belmont (Tenni 74, .Transylva .Transylvania
nia .Transylvania 66, y
Delta (Miss) St. 89, Be the1
(Tenn) 66. ;."

Austin Peay 59, East' Tenn 46.
MIDWEST
Houston 69, Tulsa 60.
Marshall 72, Ohio Univ 63.
Creighton 77, Omaha 60.

Gustavus Aaoipnys i, Augsuui
'"'Vankton 83.' Sioux. Falls College
65..
Dickinson (ND) 69, Saskatoon
53".' .-i.".-. -.---.; --I-.-'
Wabash 76, Franklin 65.
St. Josephs (Ind) 92, Ind. State

.i .. .....

William Jewell 62, at. ucneaicis

54. ..

Vincennes V'l. Huntington vs
Parsons 85, Iowa Wesleyan 83.
Jinn Carroll 119, Fenn (Ohio)

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Tech 97, St. Norberts

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Denv. Bankers 83, Colo. State 62.

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George Bayer
Ed Furgol
Antonip Cerda
Herman Barron
Sam Snead
Roberto de Vicenzo

Chick Harbert

Bob Fretland

Henry Castillo

Pablo Mohno
Jaime de la Guardia
Charley Harper
Bob Toski

Tony Jankus v -)
Charley MacMurray
Eddie Eder
Lew Worsham

Anibal Macarron

Carlos Rodriguez
Cal Riggs

Phil Greenwaid

Ralph Hutchinson

Vince Lombroia

Dr. Herbert Mitten

Jim Ferree
Anibal Galindo
Gonzalo Saenz
Maurice Muller
Don Bisplinghoff
J. Brophy
K. Connor

Jimmy Thompson
Tony Tiso Tiso-Jim
Jim Tiso-Jim Morales
H. Barrett

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A. McGowan

Ed Vance

Don Hause

Dick Goodman
Jack Lally
Pearson
Jorge Paz Rodriguez
Paul Moran
Norman Lewter
Frank Morrice
Tony Jacks

D. Byrd
Harvey Beall

Herrmann

George Young

Dickens

Smith
Bill LeBrun

Ed Wysockl
Ricardo Ariaj
v. ri la Guardia Jr.

Thatcher Clisbee

Al Saannen

C. Lanza

Vic Stryska

Bob Drennan

Doc Gerrans
Fr. Donovan
Marvin Chadwiek :
L. Moya
R. Reid
R. L. Mills
L. Hakspiel
Roy Clickenhaua

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Sixth of H illustrated and in instructive
structive instructive articles written far
NEA Service and
THE PANAMA AMERICA.
By SYLVIA WENE
Match Camt Champion
T1MINH. coordination and bal

ance are necessary ingredients of!

me gooa acuvery.
Assuming that you use t h e
three-step approach, the first is

pusnaway.
At the conclusion of the sec

ond, the ball is in the backswing.

at sure it aoesn i go iuo mgn.
Willi the final step, the ball arcs
down and forward.

FlinB the left arm wide to

i counterbalance the weight of

Dan

Pinchhitter Webb Hcarne s dou double
ble double down the right field line scor scor-ed
ed scor-ed Bud Huldqmst from second
base with the winning run to end

a brilliant pitching duel Dciwccn
College's Mantovani and the Luck Luck-ies
ies Luck-ies Lou Charles. Mantovani had
held the winners in. check- since
the first inning when Lucky Strike
plated two runs on llalman'a dou double
ble double and singles by Larry Jones
and Bob Ridge.
College pushed across one run
u th fira without benefit of a

the basehit and then tied the score in

in. a .,, tk iim McKeown

.... line set""" .mi.
The eves arc set forward, clued Joe Wood s hard

on the oins or snot. Iinri in riirht. Mantovani and

ss

Jones, cf . .

Pldp-e. ff .....

Huldoulst. 2b

Herbert, lb ..
rHMrne

Sullivan. 3b
Curdts. If ...
Charles, p ..

urn
l n
on

28 4

T21

xBatted for Herbert In eighth;
Score by Innings
J. College .,110 000 01-3 4 2

,L. Strike . 200 000 02-4 7 I

Winning pitcher:1 Charles (1-

1 me Vma ui nprn, single to risiii. ju-wvii " i o. Losing pitcher: Mantovani

me arms ana leei unisn io-gei-Charles held tne opposing struc)c eut bv Charles 11.
"".""ir foot slides forward. .Mn check until the wilh College get- by Mantovanl A BasM balu..
The ball should unot be grasped m run on two infield errors C1, ntovanl 4. Two
too tightly, so the thumb and,nd Joe Wood's second single of w Halman Bumvart
flS !perM,e-behtod Slrike in the 7SXvS
the foul line to avoid a penalty. the inning had Larry Joncsj umpires, corngan ana ttager.

Don't let the ball hit behind the iM0ff with a triple to deep cen-
foul line. iter end Jones came in to score on.

Releasing the ball, the arm con- Bob Ridge's sacrifice fly to cent-,
tinues forward and up in the fol-er 1

Bud Huldquist reached secona;

base safely as Mantovam's uirowi

got away from Wood at nrsi aim;

scored the winning r u

llearne's pinch bit double down;

the rijilit field line.
Mantovani lost his second game,
giving up 7 hits, walking 4 and
striking out 4 with Charles racking
up his first win, giving ,up 4
singles walking 8 and striking out
11 batters. Wood and Billy Mc Mc-i
i Mc-i Keown with two singles apiece ac accounted
counted accounted for the Collegians four
hits and Larry Jones led the Strike

low throueh

Roll the nail, uo
or bounce it down.

not throw

NEXT: The follow through.

Today! -ENCANTO- 35c.
Jeanne Morcau, In
"AMORIOS de UNA REINA"
Prohibited For Minors!
Zsa Zsa. Oabor. In
"SANGRE Y LUCES''

Tnrfjv IDEAL .20

. Gregory Peck, In
THE GREAT SINNER"
.Elizabeth Taylor, in
"RHAPSODY

10

Tc ten leading bowlers of the

Major League are now:

Name Games
'Coffey ...........51
Balcer i.5l
Jacober .........48
Schirmer ........51
Colbert ........ -51
Konrad ... i.. .12
Kaelin .......... .48
Ellenberger 17
Kunkel ..48
7elftPc ....... .48

The scores of Tuesday's play:
H I. Homa Co.

Lowande ...169 170
Lyons .174 202
MavkiewiC2 .,156 171
" n lmeda-rrrr 4 67 2 1 4
Balcer 216 236

Average
20936
19723
19141
18950
18922
1865
18422
1859
18418

1846

Paraiso school suffered its'

spennrt ripfcat. drnDDlnor the!

first to Santa Cruz and the sec

ond to Rainbow city tms weeic

in the .Latin American Inter-1
scholastic Baseball League.
The boys are Playing great ball

but fail to hit In the clutches.
The stars of Paraiso team are

Ruthwin Samuels, Gilberto Mo

reno, Robert Pate and Hepburn
Barber
. In the girl'g softball league,
the lassies also are on the same
level as the boys, dropnin? both

games played. Santa uruz caKe
walked over them and Rainbow

City took them by a score of

16-0.
SOFTBALL
The Paraiso Civil Council will
sponsor a minor softball league.
Four teams will participate In
the league, namely: Wilfred
Heady Indians Jr., Cllford
Lindsay Paraiso Braves, Wil William
liam William Peterkin Santa Cruz

Hawks and Alfred Forde La

188 527

159

155 482iRnp.a Rears

192 573- onenlna date- has been.iet

662 j for January 23, and a final
mcpf.ino' will be held at the Pa-

210

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of the late crowd!
very FRIDAY and SATURDAY
j midnite to 4:33 t.m. v

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jjl play lot
your pleasuro
with his
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Presents

EDWARD FURGOL

3n 3fke (Panama pen Qolf cJoumument

he

(He was the Champion oftfi

pen cfoarjiament in the
XlniteJ States in 195 (He
was also elected the Player 0

1J ear hy the Association

of (Professional Qolf (Play (Players'
ers' (Players' in i954: -(He has. won

all.ofjhe champion-

WW

almost

ships to which he has

a yolf player m ine

aspire

as

last

ten yars.

Today Tomorrow and Always
"BALBOA BEER" and "CANADA
DRY" products arc preferred for
their incomparable flavor!

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.Read story on pag 8

AN INDETESINT," tHE. DAILY

ira nwrj wi m mirawxnra

NEWSPAPER

7f the people knout the truth and the country is safe Abraham Lincoln.

Slst YEAR

fANAMAJ R. P., SATURDAY. JANUARY 14, 1956

FIVE CENTS

FBI Claims 'Complete Case

Jkgmnsi

Brinies Holdup

Gong

.7 BOSTON. Jan. 14 (UP)-FB

officials claimed today to have
"complete case" against the
uanu that staged the nations
greatest robbery, the Brinks

holdup.
Central figure in the govern
tnent' case was baldlsh hood

lum Joseph (Specs) O'Keefe,

who yesterday after six years of
silence appeared before the Suf Suffolk
folk Suffolk County Grand Jury to "tell
all" about the $1,219,000 Brink's

robbery. ,,; L
As a result ot O'Keefe's exact
and detailed description o! how
the Jan. 17, 1950, robbery took
.place, the Suffolk County Grand
Jury quickly returned Indict Indictments
ments Indictments against him and 10 oth others.
ers. others. :
'- There were ft total of 48 In Indictments
dictments Indictments on armed robbery and

consDiracy. carrying maximum

'penalties of life Imprisonment,
.- The embittered O'Keefe,
r who said he was cheated out
" of his (hare of the loot .and
! shot at by his former friends,
talked for an hour and IS mi mi-.'
.' mi-.' nutes before the Grand Jury.
" O'Keefe named Joseph F. Mc Mc-"fcinnis,
"fcinnis, Mc-"fcinnis, 52. of Boston, a liquor
' ptore operator,' as the "brains"
,'behlnd the' hdldup and burly

'Anthony Pino, 48, at the second
in command. '..
O'Keefe said that the Brinks
"Inc., north, end counting house
,was "cased" for 18 months be be-tore
tore be-tore the robbery was attempted.
He said that observation was
made with binoculars from vari various
ous various stations near the building.
' The bandits, according to O' O'Keefe,
Keefe, O'Keefe, made daring entrances
At night, timing their arrivals
nd departures so they would be
lunseen by the night watchman.
. Those indicted were the six

men arrested Thursday by the
FBI, O'Keefe and another man,
whe like O'Keefe is serving a
jail sentence on another charge.

two others still at large, and one

wno is dead.

A total of 46 indictments, with
148 counts, were returned a a-gainst
gainst a-gainst O'Keefe, 49; Adolph Jazz

Maine, 44; Anthony Pino, 48:
Vincent J. Costa, 41; Michael V.
CeaganJ 47T Joseph F. McOin McOin-nls,
nls, McOin-nls, 52; and Henry Baker, 49;
all of the Boston area.
Also -indicted were Stanley A.
Gusciora, 38 who is in a Pitts Pittsburgh
burgh Pittsburgh Jail. James I. Faherty, 44,

and Thomas F. Sandy Richard Richardson,
son, Richardson, ,48, both of whom still are

at large, and Joseph 8. Ban-

field, who died a year ago of

natural causes.

The surviving ten will be ar

raigned next week.

QKeere, his thinning nair

cropped close, was Dist. Atty.

Garrett H. Byrne's star witness
before the 19 member grand jury

tnat included three women.

"He (O'Keefe) talked freely,"

said a policeman who was In the
grand jury room.
O'Keefe also poured out his
resentiulness in private ques

tioning by Byrne in hU office.

The ftuny; gangster' nWi how
he and his confederates planned
the Halloween masked robbery

but quarreled among; themselves

over division oi the loot.

jail. Burke subsequently as
recaptured in South Carolina
and returned to New York where
he was convicted and sentenced
to death for the slaying cf a
baroom pal.
The gang, before the robbery,
removed the locks at night
"from every door in the joint,"

but escaned from Charles street, O'Keefe was auoted as saying.

r . I i i j i

A KeymaKer empiuyeu oy we

eane fashioned keys irom mese

locks, while eane members hid

In parked trucks in the garage
to watch for Brink's workers who

might come along.

O'Keefe told Byrne that on
the nieht of the holdup, McGin-

nis, one of the suspects, didn't

show."

"We met him later," O'Keefe

said.

He told how they went to the

scene in two trucks. O'Keefe said

eight men rode in one truck,
donnlne the pea jackets and

other disguises en route. Anoth

er truck carried the lookout and
was Darked "up the street" to

divert attention in case of trou
ble.
They walked through a small
park and entered.
The iran executed the holdup

as planned, and met the next

day to count the loot. The rob rob-hers
hers rob-hers destroyed new bills and

moved part of the loot to oth other
er other places. Some days later the
gang split up the loot.
Q'Keefe said he counted his
share and found he had been
gypped of $2,000. This started
his quarrel with the gang.

'

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If V $ I

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Little League
Boys 8; Girls 7

Fifteen babies including a set of
boy and girl twins, were born at
Coco Solo Hospital during the
week ending at midnight January
11, according to the regular hospi hospital
tal hospital report.
The twins were born January 7
to AD2 and Mrs. James S. Esoul Esoul-bourne,
bourne, Esoul-bourne, of Coco Solito.
During the weekly period, 96
patients were admitted and 94
were discharged. One death, that
of Wilhelmina Dudley, was report reported.
ed. reported. .Babies were born to the follow following
ing following American citizens: Major and
Mrs. Juan R. Melcndcz, of Fort
Gulick, daughter; SFC and Mrs.
Walter E. Hankinson, of Fort
Gulick, daughter; DCFN and Mrs.
Raymond E. Jones, of Coco Soli Solito,.
to,. Solito,. son; AOl and Mrs. Donald
Vasbinder, of Coco Solito, s n;
SFC and Mrs. James Elder, f
Fort Gulick, daughter; Pfc. and
Mrs, Clarence Greene, of Coco So Solito,
lito, Solito, son; and QM3 and Mrs.
Claude Carlile, of Coco Solito, son.
Babies were born to the follow following
ing following parents of Panamanian nation nationality:
ality: nationality: Mr. and Mrs. Davis Reed Reed-Jr.,'
Jr.,' Reed-Jr.,' f Gatun, son; Mr. and Mrs.
Winston Nicholson, of Colon,
daughter; Mr. and Mrs. Keddie
r.lackman, of Colon, daughter
Mr. and Mrs. Harry I. Inniss, of
Colon, daughter; Mr. and Mrs.:

Foy A. Dudley, of Colon son; and i would

He said his underworld
cronies hired New York gangs gangster
ter gangster Elmer Trigger Burke to si silence
lence silence him wiih a machine gun
In 1954 when he spoke out a a-bout
bout a-bout the Brink's loot.

Burke was captured after the
bungled assassination attempt

Son Of Brink's
Holdup Suspect
Summons Police

QU1NCY, Mass., Jan. 14 (UP)
Th dtk itrqint at Police
Headquarter picked up the tel telephone.
ephone. telephone. A boy's voice cried
frantically: .''Come over to my.
house quick two men are in the
house trying to put handcuffs on
Daddy."
Police sped to the house and
entered with drawn guns, inside
were two FBI agents arresting
Adolph (Ja) Maffie, a Brink's
holdup suspect. v ',.''
Maffle's young son had called
police.

Mr. and Mrs. Antonio K.

Gatun, son.

HST To Be Chief

Bcnquet Speaker

ST. PAUL, Minn., Jan, 14 (UP)
Former President Truman will be
the key speaker tonight at a ban

quet honoring Gov. Orville Free

man of Minnesota.
He scheduled a news conference

for 11 a.m,

The Democratic Farmer Labor

State Central Committee of Min

nesota is sponsor in? the dinner

and it was expected that Mr. Tru Truman's
man's Truman's speech would be political in

nature."',, v. t.
It was likely this strongly a
gricultural stateAthat the Subject

deal with the farm prob-

Foid, of lem and its handling by the Eisen

mower Administration

(NEA Telephoto)
REVIEW HIS CASE-The Ohio
Supreme Court has decided to
review Dr. Samuel Sheppard's
case. The court will determine
whether Sheppard, serving a
life term in the Ohio Peniten Penitentiary,
tiary, Penitentiary, recieved a fair trial
when he was. convicted ot kill killing
ing killing his wife, Marilyn.

US Helps China
Build Up Defenses

For Formosa Area

TAIPEI, Jan. 14 (UP) Lead

lne Nationalist Chinese newspa.

per today said United states and
Nationalist military authorities
had completed plans for the

joint defense of the Formosa
area, including Quemoy and

Matsu islands. .

The report could not be con

firmed officially either in .Chi

nese' or American circles here.

The United Daily News said

the United' States had not offi

cially committed herself to the

defense .of Quemoy and Matsu

but U.S. authorities had parti participated
cipated participated to the fullest extent in

building up the defenses on Mat

su and Quemoy to, a level unpre unprecedented
cedented unprecedented in the long simmering

little war" In the Formosa

straits.

The paper said the newest type

American equipment had been
shipped to the offshore Islands,
defense positions there were tre tremendously
mendously tremendously strengthened and
preparations were almost total totally
ly totally complete for an "expected

Communist attack,''

It was recalled that Chairman

of the U.S. joint chiefs of staff

Adm. Arthur Radford recently,

said .In Formosa that the islands

were getting stronger. dally and
the Communists would get a
tough fight if they attacked
them. : .

US, To Drop
First H-Bomb
From Plane

WASHINGTON Jan. 14 (UP)

The, United States will drop an H H-boinb
boinb H-boinb from an airplane for the

first time during new atomic

test at Eniwetok this spring, it

was disclosed today.
Informed sources also said the
tests will involve the greatest
number of experimental H-bombs
and A-bombs ever set off at the
Eniwetok proving ground in the
Marshall Islands.

The tests also will include the

experimental firing of a new at
omic weapon against enemy H

bombers. An earlier version was

tested at high altitude in Nevada
last year.
These sources said the H-bomb
drop will involve a "m i d d 1 e e-weight''
weight'' e-weight'' bomb designed specifically
to destroy enemy airfields. AH pre previous
vious previous U.S. hydrogen tests have
been ground shots although he
latest H-bomb tested by Russia
Nov. 22 apparently was delivered
by heavy bomber.
Sen. Leverett Saltonstall (R (R-Mass.)
Mass.) (R-Mass.) said Defense Secreatry
Charles E. Wilson will give Con Congress
gress Congress a "complete, factual report"
on the critical race to develop a
deadly intercontinental ballistic
missile ahead of Russia. (
Until the report is completed in
about a month, Saltonstall urged
his Senate colleagues to stop spec speculating
ulating speculating that Russia is ahead in de

veloping the missile, sometimes

called the "ultimate weapon De De-cause
cause De-cause there is no known defense.
In the last Eniwetok tests two

years ago, live atomic or njuru
pen "devices" were exploded. In

formants said "there will be more

than five shots" this year.

The nerfected anti-aircraft ato

. i i i

mic weapon may oe a waiucau
for such euided missiles as the

new Nike-BM, or it my be an air

borne atomic warhead, the tignt-

er-interceDtor command s answer

to invading bomber fleets.

VcK3s VI::s!ch:!r
Fcrccs S!::!;c.::re
To Phy 2nd FLJ;'!3

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25 at "mrl fnEyVnCIRhLS,B0DY 1N R,VER "oma Daniels,
statfonS -C0Ver h face as he leav( New York police
of Lebanon Pbfmquefi0ned ln -death-of Jacqueline Smith
Sight) stabhert' npf,1S,a5Srfert5dl3: told PUce that M1 Smith
mSnt uTr t0 death ln nls Partment .Christmas,
Warren nhlo t.M refused to marry her. Daniels, formerly of
wVan then wrapped her body in heavy
wrapping paper, put It In a garment bag, and threw it in the
- "' '' -' Hudson River.

Firm That Got Fat Government
Fee Recommended By Mansure

Magazine Article Charges
Milam With Till' s Murder

TODAY o CENTRAL LUX o TODAY

7fc.r-c. I A SMASH HIT

Shows:

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WASHINGTON. Jan. 14 (UP)

Rep. Charles C. Dlggs Jr. (D-

Mich.) placed in the congressional

record today a magazine article
stating flatly that J. W. Milam

murdered a 14-year-oia Negro coy
in Mississippi last August.

Milam. 36. and his hall brother,

Roy Bryant, 24, were acquitted of

the murder of Emmett Till, the

young Chicago Negro, after a sen

sational trial that attracted nation-wide
attention.

At Jackson. Miss.. Milam

promptly denied killing the Till

boy. He tow reporters ne never

has talked with any representa

tives of Look magazine, which
published the article. He said he
plans to "talk to my lawyer" a a-bout
bout a-bout filing a libel suit. T
Look magazine, In an article
copyrighted by author lecturer
William Bradford Huie, said Mi Milam
lam Milam fired thhe shot that killed.
Till. It said Milam and Bryant 0-

riginally had intended to "scare!

some sense into nil aner tnei

young Negro "wolf whistled" at i
Brvant's wife. Carolyn, in a small

grocery In Sumner, Miss., last

AUg. .Z.

The article said Milam shot and
killed Till with a .45 caliber pistol
after the boy taunted him about
being "as good" as white men
and having "had white women."
The boy's body was found seven
days later in the Tallahatchie Riv River.
er. River. Diggs, one of three Negro house
members, told the House yester yesterday
day yesterday "there is no doubt in my
mind" that the information for the

article "came directly from the

killers themselves, J. w. Milam
and Roy Bryant." Look magazine
gave no source for the extensive
quotes in the article. ;

Mi::'rj r:;:::ii..,',i1f, r::.i

Islhmisn Rainfall
Goes Above normal

Rainfall during the month of De December
cember December was above normal at most

of the weather stations in the Ca Canal
nal Canal Zone, according to the month monthly
ly monthly report issued by -the Meteorolo Meteorological
gical Meteorological and Hydrographic Office.

lne mean rainiau ioiai ai sta stations
tions stations in or near the. Canal Zone

was 10.25 incnes wnicn was i.it

inrhPii above 'normal. Individual

station totals ranged from 16.06

inches at Isla Grande" to 3.26 at

Santa Clara. Settled dry season

weather did not appear during uie
month although the transition to

dry-season conditions was notice-

able in aecreasea rainiau wwara

the end of the montn ana me e e-mergency
mergency e-mergency of the northwest trade
winds. ' "". " ''' :
On the Atlantic side where 14.20

inches of ram was reported lor

December, a mud notnern-type

disturbance brougnt some neavy
rain on the first day of the month.

Heavy local showers at rearo

Miguel on the afternoon of De December
cember December 13 brought two inches of
rain in 10 minutes and 3.27 inches
in one hour. :

Three seismic aistumances

were seismographs during Decem

ber. One recorded on tne Jjamoa

Heights originated witn in jou
miles of Balboa Heights, while the
other two were of more distant
origin. None were noticeable in
the Canal Zone.
Runaway Freight
Kills 19 Children
STOCKHOLM, Sweden, Jan.
14 (UP) A runaway freight
train loaded with ore smashed
into, a rail, bus carrying 63 chil children
dren children home from schoo, today,
killln at least 19 of them. Some
20 other persons, most of them
children, were reported -injured.

WA&HINliTfW Tan 11 fVT)1

vuuxicssiona invpst ioainr.

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turn ioaay mat General Services

Aaministrator Edmund F. Mansur

recommended the Chicago insur insurance
ance insurance brokers who rennivfj k;

fo j .1"- "" V

, .'" U.'K suvernmenrs expansion

its nicKei piant in Cuba.

This testlmonv

House Government Operations sub-

commiuee Dy Kandall Cremer

vice president of FrprW nir

Corp., which shared the $43,000,000

uuuumg coniraci witn Merr'tt
Chapman & Scott.

. cremer said that Mansure

uiougni up tne question of an in insurance
surance insurance broker with him in Jnlv

1954. He quoted Mansure as say-

"s uiasmucn as ne was irom
the Midwest, he thought it "unfair
to give all orders tn pdnoro"

lor work on eovernment inhs

He said Mansure recommpnHoH

Balmer and Moore, a Chicago firm
whose officials are prominent in
the Republican party.

Cremer said a rpnrecpnfofi,, f

the firm subsequently worked out
a deal with his company and Mer-

rltt-Chapman whereby Balmer re received
ceived received two-thirds of the brokerage
fee and Porfidio Franca, a Cuban.

one-third.

: Brooks has said flip

tes wants to find out why the Balm

er urm was recommended when
It apparently isn't even licensed
to do business as brokers in Cuba."
The huge goverment nickel plant
is at Nicaro, Cuba.
Cremer said that, at Mansiire's
suggestion, his company also hir hired
ed hired Frank W. Luther, a Washington
public relations man. for J7.5nn

year, plus expenses which ranged
from $50 to $100 a month. He said

ne oia not know Luther's political

affiliations.

He was asked if Luther's pri primary
mary primary job was to represent the

company before congressional com

mittees.

"No,

replied.

that was separate he

Cremer testified that although

details of the formation of the joint
construction1 venture are "v e r y
confused in my mind" he thought

it also was Mansure who recom-

mended that Frederick Snare
share in the construction contract.

But he said that his firm's parti

cipation lowered the cost and "in-

Subcommittee Chairman Jack B.Creased the efficiency of the

con-

Brooks D-Tex. said the tntal foplstruction nroeress because nf iU

amounted to $64,000.

long experience in Cuba.

NEW YORK. Jan. 14 (UPY
Actor Orson Welles, whose ener
getlc portrayal of King Lear has
cost him one broken ankle and
one sprained ankle the past
week, will play the role tonight
in a wheel chair.

Welles, who broke his ankl

during a preview of the Shakes
eaprean play last week, appear

ed with one foot in a cast
Thursday night when the Dlav

opened. Last night, however, he
was wheeled onto the stage of
the City center Theater 'in a
wheelchair and announced that

he had sprained the other ankl

after the ODenine nieht ner.

formance.

From then on. Shakesnearai

played second fiddle to Welles.

The one-time boy eenius of

the theater said patrons could
get their money back if they de desired
sired desired althoueh he pointed out

that the City Center is a non

profit cultural organization.

A general exodus beean. but

Welles clapped his hand to his
forehead and his voice ran out:

"I sense in this meeting a rest

lessness.
Most of the patrons teturned
to their seats as Welles reached
for a glass of water and began
to speak.
Fist he took the "unusual op opportunity"
portunity" opportunity" to comment on tha
reviews of his opening perform performance.
ance. performance. He pucklshly reminded th
crlticls of the New York Times
and New York Herald Tribune,
whd were less than enthusiastic
that "I once knew a critic who
was dead 24 hours after giving
me a bad notice."
Someone asked him to Intro Introduce
duce Introduce the cast. "I can't,' he re replied.
plied. replied. "Theyre filling hall, the
seats ln the house.'
Then Welles settled back In
his wheel chair, took another

sip of water, and began to re recite
cite recite the major speeches from
King Lear.

He received a standing ova ovation
tion ovation when he finished,
Welles said the matinee per performance
formance performance for. today had been
cancelled but said he would do
tonight's show in a wheelchair.
He didn't say whether he'd wear
his costume.

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