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The Panama American
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Weekend American
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Panama Times, Ltd.
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daily[ former oct. 7, 1925-dec. 4, 1966]
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On Saturday published as: Weekend American, Dec. 10, 1966-May 5, 1973.

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"Let the people knote the truth and the country is safe" Abraham Uncoln.
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PANAMA, R. P., FRIDAY, JANUARY 20, 1958
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$2 Million For 15th ND,.
$1 Million For Sevage
WASHINGTON, Jan. 20 (UP) Of the $3,270,000
allotted for projects in the Canal Zone area by the annual
Defense Department construction bill now before Congress,
$2,210,000 has been earmarked for utilities in, the 15th
Naval District and $1,060,000 for the Canal Zone sewage
disposal system for the Army, Navy and Air Force, it was
announced today. ;
Congressional authorities said these sums are part of
an overall defense construction program of $2,012,283,000
for continental United States, the territories and bases In.
various nations. :

PC Board Of Directors
Hears President's Report

Fiscal nolicies and eeneral op
erations of the Panama Canal
Co are occupying the attention
of the members of the compa company
ny company board of directors In the Ca Canal
nal Canal Zone' for the regular Jan January
uary January board meeting and for on-
the-spot study ana inspection,
The board meeting held Thurs Thursday
day Thursday in the Board Room of the
Administration Building at Bal Balboa
boa Balboa Heights was attended by
the stockholder and all 13 mem members
bers members of the board of directors as
well as the general officers or
the company.
The board received and exam examined
ined examined the evaluation report Which
has been drawn up as required
by law to- establish the United
States government investment
in the company and PpoWJJ
a committee, to give the report
further study and to Present s
findings and recommendations
to the Boarcu
, The board especially pConv
mended the Comptroller PhiUo
L. Steers, Jr., and f Col. Edward
innings,.-eU'f-. riant In
andtnlirVaffs4thece..
ful completion of a difficult and
arduous task involving compg
accounting and engine erm0
problems. w"...1
i ; Mnn taken m re-
pas "or fiscal policies the
Board viewed and approved
basic assumptions "i v- v--Jaration
of the fiscal year 1958
budget and studied and approv-
EssenSial VHsmln
Found In Cell
By
Researchers
SAN FRANCISCO, Jan. 20(UP)
-The Coffee Brewing Institute,
. i tnrtau that a well-
brewed cup of coffee is one of
the world's richest sources of an
essential B-compiex vmw.
Eugene G. Laughery, manager
of the Institute, told west coast
coffee officials that a cup of cof coffee
fee coffee contains almost as much ma ma-!.
!. ma-!. ..art nf whole milk ana
five or six cups of coffee furnish furnishes
es furnishes half the daily requirement ofi
"this very important ana uev.es
sary vitamin."
"As a matter of f act.'V laughe laughe-rv
rv laughe-rv told the coffee seminar, 'Roast 'Roasted
ed 'Roasted coffee is one of the richest
sources of niacin, .and,- among
and (beverages, is
exceeded in niacin content only by
The report was based on scien scientific
tific scientific tests conducted bv the Wis Wisconsin
consin Wisconsin Alumni Research Founda Foundation
tion Foundation at Madison, Wis.
DoiVtDuir.p Hccp
On CZ Streets;
Police Will Ik!?
If you've "decided to dump
your old junk' heap of a car on
the streets of the Canal Zone-

please don't , I
That's the plea being tnade by,
Zone police who within the last
week have noticed several old:
cars, ready to be junked, just'
parked and abandoned in vari various
ous various locations on the Zone.
If help is needed in carting
the jalopies to the dump, police
said today they will gladly help
free of charge. :

However, If after a reasonaW.
amount of time it becomes ap apparent
parent apparent to them that the car has
been abandoned, it will be
carted.off to the Corral and put
up for public auction.
The rash of abandoned old

cars is being attributed to the American Geodetic Survey helicopter are Tomas Guardia Jr., Panama's director of carto carto-fact
fact carto-fact that manv cannot pass graphy; Jose Saenz; Capt. Harry L. Chippeaux, IAGS officer in charge Panama project and
inspection, or that some owners Eric Delvalle, Panama's Minister of Public Works. The Direccion de Cartografia and IAGS re re-ieei
ieei re-ieei tiie.cars.arft Jiot. worih.. gct-cently, collaboratori jn producirip three soil maps in color of the Penonome, Anton and Rio
tin? new I irons nlat.os i italn awas. -"-

tures approved totaled some
$30,000, the largest single item

being in the amount of $17,000
for altering masonry Building
No. 37, a former oil warehouse
in Balboa, to make possible a
combined retail shoe outlet and
shoe warehouse operation.
Through the president's re report
port report presented by Gov. Seybold
the Board was fully informed on
the major developments in the
Company's operations since the
October meeting. Sub j ectg .cov .covered
ered .covered in the president's report
included the recent hearings
conducted in, the Canal Zone by
the Panama Canal Subcommit Subcommittee
tee Subcommittee of the House Merchant Ma Marine
rine Marine and Fisheries Committee,
the status of the $27,000,000 suit
brought against, .the Company
by a, group of shipping 'compa 'companies,
nies, 'companies, and problems arising in
connection with the Implemen Implementation
tation Implementation of recent treaty agree agreements
ments agreements between the United States
and the Republic of Panama.
The Board also approved the
Company's annual report for
fiscal year 1955. This report now
is scheduled W be printed in
the rear future by the U. s
Government Printing Office.
iYcffljj RP Farmers
Awarded US Farm I
Tralng Grastj
-Two Panamanian youths, Victor
Rommell Troetsch from Chiriqui
and Enoch A. Rodriguez from Ve Ve-raguas,
raguas, Ve-raguas, have been awarded train training
ing training grants by the American Farm
Bureau Federation and the Inter International
national International Cooperation Administra Administration,
tion, Administration, under the Point Four Pro Program,
gram, Program, for a one-year stay in the
United States. ;
, Both Panamanian farmers will
stay with the families of Ameri American
can American farmers to learn farm admin administration.
istration. administration. Troetsch will stay with
the Link in Nebraska, and Rodri Rodriguez,
guez, Rodriguez, with the Lutes in Indiana.
Both families will pay for the
room and board plus the personal
expenses of both boys. :
The purpose of this program Is
to familiarize young Latin Ameri
can farmers with the, administra administration
tion administration of modern U.S." farms.
Upon their return the two Pa
namanian farmers will work in
their fathers farms.
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RECONNAISSANCE FLIGHT

SIGNING UP Adlal Steven Stevenson
son Stevenson signs papers at St. Paul,
Minn., to officially enter his
name in the March presiden presidential
tial presidential state primary. The Min Minnesota
nesota Minnesota primary is the first of
five Stevenson has scheduled
in his drive for the Democratic
presidential nomination.
Janitor Dies
After Being Hit
By PUR Train
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A 59-ycar-old Jamaican Janitor
who was struck by a train just
south of the Corozal railroad sta station
tion station was pronounced dead on ar arrival
rival arrival at Gorgas Hospital shortly
before noon.
The dead man was Isaac Rob
inson, employed by the Ordnance
section at Corozal. An eyewit
ness said Robinson eemed pre
occupied while walking towards
the bus stop on Gaillard High Highway
way Highway near Los Rlos, and just as
he reached the lat .rail, the
iijy Abound train
struckr him
down. ;; .,
He was knocked 10 feet to the
pavement. An ambulance rush rushed
ed rushed him to the hospital, but he
was dead on arrival.;
Congressman Sad
About People's;
Spending Trend
WASHINGTON, Jan. 20 (UP) -Rep.
Frank T. Bow R-Ohio. re reported
ported reported sadly today that people
seem more interested in spending
than saviDg the government's
money, --
Bow said that as a member of
the House Appropriations Commit
tee he and other members sit dayi
atter day listening to government
spending plans and trying to figure
ways to make savings. . .
"Such satisfaction as we do find
is ofen shattered back in the of office,"
fice," office," he said in his weekly news newsletter
letter newsletter to constituents. "The daily
mail seldom makes any reference
to saving money. Suggestions for
new ways to spend money are pil piled
ed piled high."
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FEELS IKE SHOULD RUN AGAIN Former President Herbert Hoover (right) meets with Pres President
ident President Eisenhower in the White House to discuss the Hoover Commission recommendations for
streamlining the Federal Government. After their meeting, Hoover told newsmen that the
Chief Executive should run for a second term if he feels himself "physically able."

Ike To Make First Major Public Appearance
Since Heart Attack At GOP Rally Tonight

WASHINGTON, Jan. 20 (UP)
President Eisenhower makes
his first major public appear appearance
ance appearance since his heart attack to
night to help the Republican
party raise millions of -dollars
for the 1956 campaign.
The Chief Executive will be
principal speaker at one of hun hundreds
dreds hundreds of "salute to Eisenhower"
i,' :S: "f r, L H
nuttee from coast to coast. The
occasion is the third anniversa
ry of Mr. Eisenhower's inaugu
ration. : .
Mr. Eisenhower will not at attend
tend attend the eating part of the
Washington dinner. But he will
motor to the Sheraton Fans; jho-
fi in time to address fellow Ri
publicans across the country by
closed circuit television and over
Mt. Hope Theft -Of
Copper Cable -Nets
30 Days
Two Panamanians working on
the 60-cycie conversion project
at Mt. Hope were picked up late
yesterday afternoon carrying
out $46 worth of copper cable.
. Both Orlando D. Sievers, 35-
year-old auto .mechanic and
Louis A. Avlla, 29, electrician's
helper were leaving Mt. Hope
yesterday where they are em employed
ployed employed by L. R. Sommer, when
they were apprehended with the
cable.
In Cristobal Magistrate's Court
this morning the men were
found guilty and each sentenced
to spend 30 days In jail.
over Panama In an Inter-

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the radio networks on a 30-mln-ute
program beginning at 10
p.m.
The President probably will
devote most of his eight or 10-
minute speech at the end of the
program to encouraging a high highly
ly highly active effort by Republicans
in the fall campaigns and to
U,akic.3; the rank-iuud-flle CCP
members lor their support, dur during
ing during the past three ears.
Mr. Eisenhower was not ex expected
pected expected to disclose his own 1956
political intentions. If he dis discusses
cusses discusses his personal future at all.
he probably will not go beyond
the highly general terms he has
employed In news conferences.
The series of "salute" dinners
promised to be one of the most
successful one-shot money rais raising
ing raising efforts in political history.
Party leaders estimated that the
dinners, $100 a plate in the ma major
jor major cities, would raise in the
neighborhood of $5 million, half
of which will go to the National
Committee and the rest to state
and local GOP organizations.
The closed circuit TV portion
of the program will be carried
to 49 dinners In major cities;
four metropolitan dinners will
hear the President over special
radio circuits. "Hundreds" of
smaller dinners also were plan-
'ned

Canal Zone Reel Cross Volunteers Chalk
Up More Than 10,000 Hours Of Service

" Over 10,000 hours of volunteer
Red Cross work was reported for
last year by the Volunteer Serv Services
ices Services of the Canal Zone chapter
of the American Red Cross.
More than half of this time was
spent in personal services at
Gorgas, Cowzai ana coco faoio
Hospitals by members of the
Gray Lady corps.
The report on volunteer work
being provided by the Red Cross
in the Canal Zone was one of
several on various phases of
the Red Cross program present
ed at the annual meeting of the
Canal Zone chapter held, this
week, at which directors and
officers of the chapter for : the
coming year were elected.
Gov. J. S. Seybold was re reelected
elected reelected President and Carl J.
Browne was reelected Chairman
of the chapter for the coming
year.
All other chapter officers were
also reelected to serve for an.
other year. These are R. L. Sul Sullivan,
livan, Sullivan, A. E. Beck and Judge E
I. P. Tatelman, Vice Presidents;
J. C. Turner. Treasurer; and
W. E. Lundy,. Assistant v Treas Treasurer;
urer; Treasurer; Daniel J. Paolucci was elected
as Chairman of the 1956 Fund
Campaign and J. C. Randall,
Vic Chairman.
Two members were selected
for the Executive Committee.
and four new members of the
Board of Directors were chosen.
These are Chaplain Harold P.
Donovan, USA, and Capt R. L.
Mann, U.S.N., Executive Com Committee
mittee Committee members; and Philip L.
Steers, Jr., Chaplain Donovan,
Chaplain Cyril Best, and Judge
John E. Deming to serve t as

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The biggest dinner will be In
den where 16.000 Eisenhower ad-11
.n.j.t.uM rtui cab uua Buaa ji t
com looster and cheese cake,
watch an ice show and listen to
six choral groups of 1,000 voices.
The Chicago crowd was ex expected'
pected' expected' to top '4,500. persons at
the International .VaIvltheater.
1 he Wa;ihin2ton cartv was t
for the largest ballroom In town
and probably will draw more
than 2,000 persons. ;
Bicycle Safety
Classes Start
Tomorrow
Bicycle safety classes will be
conducted bv Police Set. Walter
Alves, starting tomorrow morn
ing at 8 a.m.
- New or old students who want
a refresher course, will meet on
Anton St. In Los Rlos, opposite
the playground tomorrow morn morning.
ing. morning. Each child Is asked to bring
a slip of paper with his name
and mailing address so that a
record may be kept of those
who attend.
ports Indicated a successful year
for the local chapter in 1955
despite the fact that donations
for the year were insufficient to
cover all expenses.
The report of the Volunteer
Services was highlighted by the
announcement of the successful
drive to establish the Canal
Zone Blood bank scheduled to
open next month at Gorgas Hos Hospital.
pital. Hospital. The report also showed
extensive work by the G r a y
Ladies in the hospital work
which was considerably expand expanded
ed expanded during the past year.
i Chlrman of the .Volunteer
Services are Mrs. Tnelma W.
Monagan, for the Pacific Side,
and Mrs. Edith P. Engelke, for
the Atlantic Side. In addition to
the hospital work, the Volunteer
Services also provided several
hundred hours of volunteer
work in the motor corps, enter entertainment
tainment entertainment and supply, staff as assistance,
sistance, assistance, and production of gar garments.
ments. garments. The Junior Red Cross annual
report showed that the Canal
Zone schools now have 100 per
cent enrollment.'. During the
past year over $800 was spent
by the Junior Red Cross In help helping
ing helping needy children in the Canal
Zone purchase school supplies,
purchase eye glasses, and in
other ways.
The First Aid Committee re reported
ported reported than 1,240 first aid cards
were issued during the year for
persons completing training for
the Junior, standard, advanced,
and instructor courses.
The following chairmen of the
various standing committees for
1956 were announced at the an
nual meeting:
Home Service. Charles Gar Gar-ciaa
ciaa Gar-ciaa Disaster, Preparedness and

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In Ml ashing i oi

WASHINGTON, Jan. 20 (UP)'- Speculation ori
President Eisenhower's second term plans reached new
heights today in the wake of his news conference yester yesterday.
day. yesterday. Sen. Styles Bridges (R-N.H.) said the President's an announcement
nouncement announcement that he would not oppose entry of his name
in Presidential primaries is "an indication that we ara
near a favorable decision on his running again."
Sen. John J. Sparkman (D-Ala.) said apparently the
President "has been telling his Republican colleagues in

an oblique way that he won't
Sen. William, 3. Fulbrlght (DJ
Ark) swune over to the onen-
sive. He critically cited Mr. Ei Eisenhower's
senhower's Eisenhower's statement that he
must avoid excessive fatigue.
"I may be partisan, but I
don't think the country can af-
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666 In December
Transits of the Panama Ca Canal
nal Canal by oean-goine vevis totaU
ed C":S '''"ring Der-- r
of v usi.'a ,v. rre Z.i.. u ". ".-Ships,
Ships, ".-Ships, according t-- .s o.
the month's traffic issued at
Balboa Heights.
' Ship traffic In December was
heavier than in the previous
month but was considerably
lower than December 1955 when
there were 701 transits by ocean
goine vessels. Tolls in December
amounted to 12,974,234 of which
$26,997 was in tolls credits from
the government ships.
Canal traffic for the first half
of this fiscal ear was consider considerably
ably considerably higher than for the com comparable
parable comparable period of the previous
fiscal year despite a decrease In
the number Of government ships
using the waterway.
The number of commercial
transits during the first half of
this fiscal year was reported at
4,083, as compared with 3,947 in
the first half of the fiscal year
1955. Tolls and tolls credits this
fiscal yearf amount to nearly
one and a half million dollars
Intra rroHmie vaqi fi(Tiii.AO

unteer Services, Mrs. Monagan' f'l 7'ilQereQ 10
anrt Mrs Wntrp lr- Nnrsimr cnrt.u" ""Sale OriVer,.,

Other Health Activities. Mrs. J.
B. DeVore; First Aid. Ralph Ed Edwards;
wards; Edwards; Water Safety, Ross An Anderson;
derson; Anderson; Junior Red Cross, Mrs.
Jean Karch; and Public Rela Relations,
tions, Relations, Ruf us Hardy. Of these Mr.
Anderson and Mr. Hardy are new
committee chairmen.
Members of the Executive
Committee for this year are:
Carl J. Browne, Chairman, Cha Chaplain
plain Chaplain Harold F. Donovan, Judge
E. I. P. Tatelman, E. C. Lombard,-
Well Wright Paul, Fried Friedman,
man, Friedman, Harold Perantle, and Cap Captain
tain Captain R. L. Mann.
Tne memoers 01 tne Board or
fiicututs aiu li&Leu iciuw, M1UW-
ing those who will serve for one,
two, and three years, respective respectively.
ly. respectively. .,;
One year: F .H. L e r c h e n,
Judge John E. Deming, G. C.
Lockridge. E. C. Lombard, E. R.
MacVittie, C. W. Kilbey, C. A.
Dubbs. Roy" C. Stockham, Rob Robert
ert Robert R. Arnold, P. A. White, Judge
G. F. Crow, A. E. Beck, Mrs. P.
S. Thornton. Daniel J. Paolucci,
and Paul Friedman.
Two years: Mrs. Jean A.
Karch, H. I. Perantie, Judge E.
I. P. Tatelman, J. C. Turner,
Chaplain Harold F. Donovan,
Chaplain V. M. Sink, "caot. R.
L. Mann, Frank D. Naughton, F.
G. Dunsmoor, Roy D. Reece, Ed.
ward N. Stokes, Fred de V. Sill,
S. E. Esser, Chaplain Cvrll Best,
and W. A. Van Siclen, jr.
Three years: Carl J. Browne,
Wilson Crook. William G. Do-
lan, H. L. Donovan. R. K. Han Han-na,
na, Han-na, Philip L. Steers, Charles A.
Garcia, I. F. Mcllhenny, John
H. Terry, Wells D. Wrieht, E.
E. S. Baker. Mrs. J. S. Seybold,
Roger W. Collinge, Arthur T.
Cotton, 9T!d Walter Warner,

run."

ford a partime president in a
period of International tension
as well as considerable domestic,
problems, such as agriculture,
Fulbrlght said.
Other political developments:
1. Fifty-two freshmen. Repubt
lican members of the House
from 26 states issued a state statement
ment statement urging Mr. Elsenhower to
run for a second term. The Con-,
gressmen called for the Presl
dent's reelection so "the nation
may continue the substantial
gains of the last three year.;."
"2. GOV. i''.vorp1.(l" :'-rii-iTS!? -,f
t.;'- -lie i :.
nation, said "it doesn't u.t,
very likely that he ever will b9
President. Harrlman made th
remark in answer to a question
about what he would do "to In Insure
sure Insure pace" if he were In the
White House. Later, he said tha
remark had "no political Impli Implication
cation Implication simply a reasonably
modest man talking."
AcquHfod Chauffeur
Barred From Aniid:rf
Charges Rellh!::n
A chauffeur for the Port Cap Captain's
tain's Captain's Office wno was acqultU4
two months ago of speeding at
Fort Amador, complained today
that he has been barred from
the post as a result, thereby jeo jeopardizing
pardizing jeopardizing his job.
Granville V. Brown, who has
been drivinar on the Zone for tn
last 27 years said today he re received
ceived received a letter from Headquar.
ters at Fort Amador to the ef effect
fect effect that he is barred from tl.a
reservation for an indefinite ne-
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On Nov. 25, Brown, a Pana Panamanian
manian Panamanian was charged with driv driving
ing driving 37 mph in a 20 mph zone on,
Amador, but the Balboa Magis Magistrate
trate Magistrate found him, not guilty.
Today he charges that his be being
ing being barred from the post was in
retaliation for the acquittal.
, When contacted. Army source
today said they had coordinat coordinated
ed coordinated this action with Canal
authorities, and "were assured
that Brown could be reassigned
easily without jeopardizing his
j employment,
Brown claims that being bar barred
red barred from entering Fort Amador
presents many problems when
he is assigned to a run there. He
said he must report to the Cor Corral
ral Corral and get a replacement for
that particular area.
Indonesia Refuses
Red Trade Pacts
DJAKARTA, Jan. 20 (UP)-?i-donesia
has refused the entrv -of
trade delegations from two Com Communist
munist Communist countries and for the tim
being does not intend to renew
any bilateral trade pacts with the
Communists it was learned t
day.
Economic Ministry rircVs ?
the government has notified 1
number of Communist coi;
was not prepared to recrne i
delegations from them. Fj t (
many and Hungary are an
Communist cations who want
extend their trade agree m enl ;
with Indonesia,



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Larsen
In
Washington

By DOUGLAS LARSEN

and KENNETH 0 .GILMORE

NEA Staff Correspondents

WASHINGTON (NEA) Pop-

uiir senate Majority leader Lyn Lyndon
don Lyndon Johnson (D-Tex) always was

a hard customer for ambitious

hostesses to produce at parties.
But now he'll be about as available

as Ike.

The schedule he has set for him himself
self himself to avoid repetition of the heart
attack he suffered during the last

session eliminates practically all

party going. It's doctors' orders.

He also takes a two-hour nap

after lunch each day. stavs off

the Senate floor as much as pos possible
sible possible and gets out of his office
and home by six each night.

Sir:
I do not know Peron but I can't help but feel that Crede
Calhoun has been unfair. None of us is perfect and it is pos possible
sible possible to emphasize the fault of most any man, and m this way
cause him to appear a monster.
As an example of to what extreme this can be carried: Once,
upon this earth there was a perfect Man. but because His
teachings differed from those of the established religion, He was
crucified.
Undoubtedly Peron has his faults, and of course is not even
to be compared with the Master, but I would like to try to present
what may be his side of the matter.; .,.

Argentina, like Sweden ana Bwiwenana, m ""-n 7; pened to me," says a starry-eyed
neutral. Her ports were open to both aides Allied .ships were jCapUol HUJ McreUrVi -when mid-

lUSt as free to enwr as inuae in uermuijr mm jica
In any neutral country there are. spies from all the ceut ceut-eerents,
eerents, ceut-eerents, and naturally they passed on information on the sail sailings
ings sailings of vessels. Even though the United State was at war, that
did not prevent enemy spies from operating, and I am sure mucn
information on ships passed to the enemy from the United States
itself. ... ... :-...v

That certainly doesn't mean that Presidents Roosevelt and
Peron sanctioned it. ... ,yA
There has always been rivalry in the markets of the world
between the United 8frates and Argentina. Argentina was too
prosperous until the time of Milton Elsenhower's visit to ever
borrow a dollar from the United States. She was one South
American republic that had never sought the Yankee dollar.
She wished to stand on her own feet, and although the United
Btates had tried to get a financial foothold, Argentina always
declined except when Milton Elsenhower made a friendly visit
to the country. His visit bore fruit and more friendly relations
between the countries were established. Peron agreed ; to let
American industries move in.
Early in peron's regime, there was a terrible flood In the
United States and Peron deemed it would be a neighborly act
if he sent a little assistance. He sent a shipload of food to the
United States for tree distribution in the disaster area. I have
alwayi regretted It that the people in charge of relief turned it
down and the ship had to return with her cargo to Argentina.
I believe that nations should help1 each other in times of

disaster. The United States has always helped otner countries,
and should not be too proud to accept a gift, however humble
it might be. Friends help each other in time of need. That is
mutual friendship.
However if one person does all the giving, the recipient feels
resentful Is he cannot help the jther when he is willing to do
o, but has the unpleasant experience of having Ms gift refus refused.
ed. refused. After an occurrence of this kind, he gets the feeling that
he is looked down on.
I am awfully afraid that is the reason our dollars buy so
little friendship. No nation or proud individual wishes to be
considered a beggar. We would gain more friendship by put putting
ting putting our dollars out on a businesslike basis, and by demanding
something in return we would cause other nations to feel that
we consider them equals.
It is hot hard for me to understand why Peron, during the
first part of his regime might have felt resentful towards the
United States. The United States enjoys the highest living
standard in the world. We have a very large middle class with
comparatively few Immensely wealthy families or families of ex extreme
treme extreme poverty. This has been due to a large extent to the fact
that a good many years ago, labor commenced organizing and
by demanding better wages, caused' a more-equitable distribution
of wealth. ' f j
The picture Is very different in most Latin countries, where

a few wealthy families control most of the wealth; and the vast
majority are In direect poverty. Peron tried to follow the ex example
ample example of the United States, and encouraged labor to organize.
This must have helped for laboring class in Argentine is his
strongest backer.
Peron'a late wife was beloved by the common people of Ar Argentine
gentine Argentine because of her devotion to charity work, Like Eleanor
Roosevelt, she took a great Interest in her people. When she
died, the Argentine Congress voted to declare her a saint. Of
course she was not recognized as such by the phurch, but it
shows the love that her people have for her. If peron's Atlas
Union and the spirit of Eva were extended through Latin Amer-
ica, it might, not be a bad thing.
Maybe peron is down to his last ten million, or maybe that
is exaggerated, but I have not heard of many other presidents
being exactly poverty stricken, when they leave the presidency.
If the masses were helped during his regime, it might have been
worth it, for the same money in the hands of the oppressors
would not have given them better living conditions that they
now may lose.-
Present dispatches from Argentina state that the new gov government
ernment government is tying up the resources of a great many American
companies in Argentina. Among these is the Kaiser Company,
that was building an automobile assembly plant. Peron had the
foresight to realize the advantages of having new industries In
Argentina. More work would have been created for his people.
This did not please the financiers of Argentina, because it would
mean that they would have to pay better wages atoo.
His ideas about raising the living standard don't jound like)
an enemy of democracy. :,:.T.,V.I.,; .v.
... No, the real reason for his downfallwas his opposition to
the Church's power in the Government.,'" ::. :
Religious freedom, is given in the Constitution of the Unit United
ed United States and religious teaching is forbidden in our public
schools. Any church however can support private schools in
which its beliefs may be taught. Church and State are kept
separated, and that is the way it should be, because any church,
Protestant or Catholic, that gets too much power starts persecu persecution
tion persecution of non- conformists.
We are very fortunate that the Spanish Inquisition Is dead,
and that we can no longer be tortured on the rack or be burned
at the stake because of our belief. After suffering persecution
In England by the Church of England,. the Puritans themselves
became persecutors in the new world. The witch-burnings of
Salem are a blot on American history.
Peron was excommunicated from the Catholic Church, not
, because of the reasons mentioned by Crede Calhoun, but because
he believed in religious freedom. Any good citizen of the Unit,
ed States believes, the same. ;
Maybe Peron is playing politics in Panama, and maybe he
is not. Such a thing is being done by ex-presidents, who never
did anything for their people and whose countries are better off
without them. If Peron helped the masses of Argentina, and
wishes to continue doing good for his people, then the end Justi Justifies
fies Justifies the means. ...
As for the universities being mediocre and practically out of
business, that is news to me, but it is understandable if the
students comported themselves as they did once in Panama.
In the United States, any poor girl or boy can go to a
University fl he wants to badly enough. In Latin countries, the
majority of the students come from wealthy families, "and have
little regard for the working class. In the United States, stu students
dents students come from all classes and a majority of them come from
the laboring class. They have a better idea of what is Justice,
and most have had to work for themselves.
During the bases controversy between-Panama and the Unit United
ed United States, University students demonstrated against releasing

the bases to the United States. A new lease was not grantsd,

ana wnen tne united states evacuated the bases, thousands of
Panamanians were thrown out of work, and Panama lost a nice
revenue from the rental of the bases.
What is not understandable is the fact that students feel
that they know more than the authors 'of their textbooks. But
after all, Mr. Calhoun was only quoting from a column in "El
rali," a government controlled newspaper. Naturally many items
will be exaggerated. , .1
I wonder if the United States has gained anything by the

change in government. The funds of American companies have
bfert tied up already. The future will tell whether this will be
.ircrod out, and whether or not the new government will be a
iiieuuiy cme. What In any "event," will tirpperr to the gains- made
by labor in Argentina.

They're still talking about New
Year's Eve:

"Youll never guess what hap'

night struck I was kissed by Vice

.'resident Nixon.
The VP's buss was strictly legit,
by the way. She was a Republican,
an old friend, and Pat was right
there,-' ,:,v:-:-.S".

' Join, the brand new daughter
of Booth Mooney of the Senate
Democratic Policy Committee is
wearing her diapers in the highest
of style. They are held on by huge,
Sterling sliver safety pins On which
her name is engraved.
They're the gift of her god godfather,
father, godfather, Maj. Gen. Sidney Johnson
Of the Texas National Guard. Booth
is a Texan, too.
Other night at the French env
bassy Commercial Attache Jean
Bosson, holding a brandy glass
aloft, was extolling the virtue of
cognac, claiming it was one drink
American grape growers could not
duplicate.
However, an : American there

pointed out that the U.S. Dept. of

Agriculture back in 1890 s helped

lave the French cognac Indus

try. Seems that a French bug,

phylloxera, suddenly developed a

taste for the roots of the cognac

producing grapevines and the crop
was about to disappear. But an

emergency mission to the U.S.

produced an American root which

the phylloxera couldn t stomach

The vines were then grafted to this

root and the cognac grape crops

saved.

Rep. Jim Wright (D-Tex) stayed

home during the congressional re.

cess. But he isn't taking a back

seat to his colleagues who went

globe-trotting mostly on tax

payers money. When they begin

talking about towns in Switzerland,
Somaliland or Russia, he chimes
vinkt In uilti "unn ahnulH hava

,ign, ... niMi, j v u i v. u
seen Tinop. Tite Springs, Ruck-

er's creek, boaiey, Nemo

They happen to be towns in his

district. ;'
The social comback of the sea

son is being staged by handsome

Don Dawson; patronage assistant
to former President Truman. Don

has the help of his gorgeous new

wife, screen star Ilona Massey.

Don s name was yanked Off the

town's Social List following- a con

cessional probe of suspected in

fluence-wielding on the old Re-
. a

consirucuun r inance vurpurauuu.
His social eclipse was complete
when the GOP moved into town.

Now. however, you see Don and

his wife attvery big reception and
party in, town. They have begun
to entertain iu their fancy Chevy

Chase home. And his law business

is booming, with Republican
clients, too.

She spends some time in nouy-

wood where she is making a
movie. Hostesses love her as a
guest. She's pleasant, friendly and

will sing for a crowd whenever

they ask ncr.

One of the most carefully guard

ed "lists" in town contains tne

names of the 800 most eligible

Washington bachelors. Mostly
they're young attorneys, doctors,
offcers or sons of diplomats and

government officials, roe usi nas
such data ai the height of the men,
thp.r daneini ability and whether

they can sport full dress clothes

at a, moment s nouce. mey nave
to have a tuxedo to get on the list.
It has been compiled and is kept
up to date by Mary Price, a top
social secretary in town. She often

gives frantic hostesses in neea oi
men names from the list. But she
refuses to let it out of her office
and keeps it in a strong safe.

iPi-oclfipnt Kisenhower Isnt the

sDortina 8 healthy Florida

sun tan. Others include former
ProciHpnt Herbert Hoover. Israel

Ambassador Atma- tDan, iraq
imKiuHnr t)r. Moussa Al-Sha-

the Republican National Commit

tee, and Sen. tiuan oymuiBiu"

HwmAsfi-i- General Arthur Sum-

martMA Secretary of Labor

t.. Miirhfll and Defense Sec

reta Charles Wilson also slip
down to Florida for long week ends

during the winter.

"Wait a While I Think I Have It!"

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Our Daily Bread
By BOB RUARK

SYDNEY, Australia I have
recently come upon a pretty little

precept in free enterprise so bas

ic you can't beat it. The precept
deals with the thing we pray for

give us this day, our daily bread
Unions twist this Labor state of
New South Wales into pretzels.
There was the recent case of one
Imre Schwarcz, obviously a "new
Australian," who owns his own
bakery. For the sin of starting his
ovens not using union employees,
who are forbidden to go to work
before 4 A M. at 12:40 A.M.
Imre was hauled into court and
fined 60 pounds, or about $135,
for the sin of working for himself.
Imre, it seems, was an old of offender.
fender. offender. He is a European, a free free-enterprise
enterprise free-enterprise guy who wants to make
the best bread he can, and sell it,
thereby Insuring a living for his
family and himself. When he went

before the magistrate, the poor
loul pleaded that he was trying to

to starve in Australia over the
Christmas week ends, unless you
live in a hotel or have carefully
victualled your house. On the an ancient
cient ancient celebration of Boxing Day,
nothing whatsoever is open, unless

that little Greek restaurant I

Compete with a keen rival, by to bake bread or carriers to' de-

workma a littler narder a nuie

longer and a little earlier. For this
he was smacked with a fine.

Ironically, just recently the two

richest commercial families in the
country were united by a marriage
that almost rivaled the Queen's
visit in folderol and fancy doings.
Ironically, the vast fortunes were
built by immigrants, much as Mr.
Schwarcz, one of whom hawked
his wares from a pushcart. At the

time free enterprise was not con condemned,
demned, condemned, 100 years ago. I suppose
that .the forbears of the Horderns
and the Myers might similarly
have been fined, possibly impris-.
oned. .:-.": j
In Sydney we have some stranee!

laws, and stranger customs. Pos-; remember in St.. Kilda in Mel-

sibly the toughest unions of the
world are here, and "strike" is a
word that fits into the daily scheme
more than the forbidden bread. Just
recently there Was a strike among
-believe it or not-the CAPTAINS
of ships. It is a risk to send a
vessel to Australia, because you
never know which branch of what
union will impede the turnaround.
In one aspect of union habit
and it can be called law no bread
was to be had over the recent
long Christmas loaf. From the

Thursday before Christ mas
through Boxing Day, the 26th (the
first weekday following Christmas),

it was against the law for bakers,

liver bread. On a normal week it
is also unlawful for bread to be
delivered before 8 A.M. This is
union control of legislation, pure
and simple. The law is entered in
the statutes as the "Bread Indus Industry
try Industry Act," with power to make a
man a petty criminal for whipping
up a biscuit for sale outside stated
days and hours.
Unless a householder employs
forethought, it it literally possible

bourne still continues to serve

greasy steak,

. Australia is coming along, and
coming along fast, but it is still

whipsawed by a combination of

19th-century trade practices and

viciously powerful unions whose

whole purpose is featherbedding,
the protection of the union against

enterprise. The entire idea is slow

down. I watched a demolition job
in Melbourne a week or so ago in

which the laborers considered

brick as if it were a diamond.

before they regretfully dr6pped it

into the rubble. The slow-motion
spectacle was so ridiculous to see
that f friend or mine called me to

the window to watch Aussie en
ternrlse at uork.

' In the new Australians, the mil

lion-strong immigrants from all
over the globe, the Aussies have

the germ of a lusty, thriving coun

try which someday could rival can.

ada, approach America. But until
they can figure out some way to
let the bakers bake, and sell the
produce of their ovens, without
dragging them into court, they got

a lar piece to go.

Peter Eclson I n Washington

WASHINGTON (NEA) The

first week of the second session
of the 84th Congress didn't do much

to save the nation or the inter international
national international situation. But it sure set
a record for cocktail parties and
dinners, with a couple of whing whing-dings
dings whing-dings every night. ;

The Democrats used to be known

as the party of spend and spend
and spend. In this year's battle of
the parties, Republicans are out out-spending
spending out-spending their rivals ten to one.
They're showing how the Grand
Old Party got that name. They're
advertising what GOP prosperity

means. Thev're nutting on more

dog and eating higher on the sur surplus
plus surplus hog. .'"v.,:- I
The climax came at the end of
the first week with the GOP Chow Chowder
der Chowder and Marching Club's party cel celebrating
ebrating celebrating Vice President Richard

Nixon'i 43rd birtnday.

It came on the same night that

Democratic Hostess Perle Mesta
gave her first big dinner in her
new Washington home. And Perle's

: Nixon had helped found the
Chowder and Marching Club as a
freshman in the 80th Congress.
They never march and they never
eat che-wder. But they broke out
fancy clambake chefs' hats and
aprons. . v ;
There are 18 of the original mem members
bers members still around. Their party for
Dick could have been a trial bal balloon
loon balloon launching his Candidacy for
something or other, just in case.
The Cabinet, White House staff,
250 GOP congressmen and as many
political correspondents were in invited.
vited. invited. Clare Boothe vLuce was
there and .she kissed GOP Chair-j
man Len Hall and Joe Martin, at
least. But what really distinguished
this bean-bag tossing was one of
the biggest and best buffets ever
seen.
None of your cold fish bait on
soggy toast tidbits 1 A dozen dif different
ferent different kinds of roast meats, as

many cneeses, as many salads and
spreads, big slices of bread, all

limits according to taste. There
was a four-story set-back architec architecture
ture architecture cake and candles. It was a
real bender.
The opening week had started off

reasonably enough with the Worn

en's National Press Club annual

dinner for all congressmen on the
day they got back to town. This
was strictly bipartisan.
The next night the foreign dip

lomatic colony gave a couple of
parties. They just wanted to show

they were still in this society busi business
ness business on a kind of competing, re reverse
verse reverse lend-lease.
Burma's new six-foot-two Ambas Ambassador
sador Ambassador Win gave his first reception
for around 400 to celebrate his
country's eighth anniversary of in independence.
dependence. independence. Brazil's President-Elect Juscelino
Kubitschek wai also in town for
mid-week. There was a party go going
ing going on for him almost every place
you looked.

Hut wasningion s lnaerauuaoie

WASHINGTON The wheels of

congress ermd mw Ta

. C WdMT, 111
January 1956, the Senate is finally

sciuiis arouna 10 a tun-dress in investigation
vestigation investigation of nn nf th. h,r.t

timber giveaways in recent years,

lepouea ur mis column as early
as Sept. 29, 1954-namely, the sale
Of Rome Rivor Nltlnnol l-nra.t

timber to political friends of Con

gressman Hams Ellsworth (R.,
Ore.) for only $5 an acre.
This WA-valtiahla Aniam r;

which the McDonald family of

iuouue, Aia., naa been trying to
take over for civ in Rut r, ,-,. ;

ous democratic secretaries of the

interior naa always said no.
Alabama's Canermtman Frank-

"(All is made for love") Boykin of
Mobile, a Dpmnrrnt fran

pestered his fellow nmvrat

retary of the Interior Oscar Chap Chap-man,
man, Chap-man, on behalf of his Mobile con constituents,
stituents, constituents, but got nowhere.
When generous Doug McKay
Sot into th Jntprinr nonnrtmont

however, things changed.

ine Mcuonald family shifted its
tactics. It rtrnnneH Tn

Boykin, Democrat, and unlisted!
the aid of a Republican, Congress Congressman
man Congressman Ellsworth, close friend of Sec Secretary
retary Secretary MCKXV' Tho thift i,rplr.ri i

They got the timberland.

; Hew If Was Don
The methods used to get it, as
set forth in this column Sept 29,
1954 .. wprp tn intarAcHno mt k,

bear repeating.

ine story of how Doug Mc McKay's
Kay's McKay's boys justified the giveaway
is fantastic,5' I reported over a

year ago. It constituted one of

the cleverest pieces of legal fin finagling
agling finagling this writer has seen in a
long time. It was even necessary
to send ore all the way to the
McDonalds' home town of Mobile
to be assayed.
"The way the McDonald family
managed this was complicated. It
had to be complicated to be sue
cessful. .
"First, their mining claim to
the land, Jthrough the AI Serena
Mining Co., had long given them
the right to mine gold and silver
ore under the forest but not touch
the forest. This is a common prac practice
tice practice in the West, and they had

mined lor years.
"But what the McDonalds want wanted
ed wanted was not only the underground
mineral rights, but the above above-ground
ground above-ground timber rights. So they tried
to convince the forest service and
the bureau of land management
that to continue their mining oper operations
ations operations they must take over the sur

face rights. Their first application
was made, in 1948.
"Both bureaus, when under the
Democrats, said no. They ruled
that -two-thirds of Al Serena's
claims for land obviously were

not mining claims; that it con
t a inert no ore worth mining.

"Five years passed. Secretary
McKay took office. A few months
later, in early 1953, his fellow Ore Ore-gonian
gonian Ore-gonian and good friend. Congress

man Ellsworth, began writing mm

long, pleading letters mat tne
McDonald family must have sur

face rights in the Rogue River

National Forest.
" 'Disinterested' Friends"

"The letters. ; which increased

in frequency, were handled by soli

citor Clarence Davis, ne seemea
annoyed at them.

Despite Davis' irritation, ne i

the Oregon congressman win an
important concession. According
to his own memo.' Davis agreed to

let him submit 'some independent

reports of disinterested people re regarding
garding regarding the quality of gold and

silver ore in the Al sereno ciaim.

" 'Disinterested' and 'indepen

dent' reports arrived on June 24.
But they were not exactly from
'independent' or 'disinterested' peo people.
ple. people. One report was from D. Ford
McCormick. who had worked for

Al Serena and the McDonald fam

ily ever since 1937. He claimed that

the McDonalds mineral rights con contained
tained contained enough ore to Justify giving
them surface (timber) rights.
"Three months later, the per persistent
sistent persistent congressman from Oregon
persuaded the yielding solicitor of
the Interior Department to have
two engineers re-examine the en entire
tire entire Al Serena case. And believe
it or not, Davis agreed to let
'disinterested, independent' Ford
McCormick be one of the engi engineers.
neers. engineers. : ,:
"Another amazing thing: solici

tor Davis by-passed his own Bu Bureau
reau Bureau of Land Management, which
ordinarily assays ore in order to
ascertain its real value.
"Final amazing thing; instead
of taking the bulky ore samples to
a nearby Oregon assayer, they
were shipped all the way across
the United States to Mobile, Ala
home town of the McDonald fam family.
ily. family.
"There the ore was assayed
by the A. W. Williams Inspection
Co. located in an ar which ha.

little experience in assaying gold

anu stiver ure
"On the basis nf fhl. iu

the long-contested claim of the M
Donald family for a slice of the

itogue Kiver rational f orest was
granted."
This column had some interest interesting
ing interesting aftermaths, as follows:
AFTERMATH NO. 1 The
Salem Capital Journal promptly
canceled the column, announcing
in an editorial that it refused
to nublish anything so inareurata

in the future.

AFTERMATH NO. 2-1 later
discovered and published the fact
that the ore samples on which the
Williams company based its assay
were thrown into the Rogue Riven
AFTERMATH NO, J It turns
out that the Williams Company not
only was very close to the Mc

Donald family but that J. A. Mc Mc-Daniel,
Daniel, Mc-Daniel, a partner in the Williams
firm, was also a partner of Charles
McDonald, Jr., active manager of
Al Serena. McDaniel and McDon McDonald
ald McDonald own several lead and zinc prop properties
erties properties in Mississippi and Texas,
and it was McDonald who first
suggested that the Williams Com Com-pany
pany Com-pany go into the gold assay busi business.
ness. business. McDonald even taught Mc McDaniel
Daniel McDaniel how to assay gold.
Yet it was this same McDaniel
who ran the Al Serena assay tests
for the Williams Company and
signed the assay sheets which com completely
pletely completely contradicted the previous
assays of government bureaus bureaus-after
after bureaus-after which the ore samples were
thrown into the Rogue River.
AFTERMATH NO. 4 Congress Congressman
man Congressman Ellsworth threatened a libel

SUll. Uieil uetiucu no iiauu uci
libeled, and tried to persuade Sec
retary McKay to sue. He failed.
American-Red China
Use-Of-Fcrce Talks
fJill If fUAmU

JIUI Ml Jisivinaiw

WASHINGTON, Jan. 20 (UP)
American officials said yester yesterday
day yesterday the United States and Red
China appear no closer to agree agreement
ment agreement on renounclne use of force
than when they started discus discus-sinrthe
sinrthe discus-sinrthe issue.
Biit authorities were encour encouraged
aged encouraged by the fact that the Chi Chinese
nese Chinese Communists have at least
talked about the matter at
length without breaking off dis discussions.
cussions. discussions. The discussions have
been in process at Geneva, Swit Switzerland,
zerland, Switzerland, since last fall between
UaS. Ambassador U. Alexis John Johnson
son Johnson and Red Chinese Ambassa Ambassador
dor Ambassador Wane Ping-nan. .. ...
The two issued conflicting
charges on their negotiations
yesterday.
Wonir nntmut t.h exchance

with a 2500-word statement de

tailing UJS. and Communist uni uni-nese
nese uni-nese proposals on the no-use-of.
fnrs ln- Tfc nhnwerl thft two

nations still are unable to agree
on the basic issue of whether
any declaration should Include

Formosa, tne ; most poisr.uauy
danaerous trouble spot in the

Far East.
tvio milted states insists that

it should. But Red China says it
cannot agree to renouncing force
in the case of Formosa because
the island is Chinese territory
and therefore an Internal in-

stead of an international mat-

The United States in a brief
roniw. lout, nlcrht. accused Wane

nt "Htnrt.ln and nervertlnsr the

facts" on negotiations in the

matter. Tne American repiy, ia ia-tnprt
tnprt ia-tnprt hr and bv Johnson in

Geneva, also accused Red China

of "stark failure" to live up 10
its Sept. 10 pledge to release all
American civilians In China

speedily.

in he-man proportions. Beerr hard free-loaders like Sen. Theodore

party got second billing as news, stuff and coffee flowed without (Continued on Page 4)

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!!;;nli Ccd!s Down
fiance 01 Suspect
Peler Edson
(Continued from Pate 2
I tjrdore$$? Burgfar
touched all bases, asked for nior
; and when did the fun really be

THE. FANAMA AMIR I CAN AN ISDfTENDENT DAILY MWSPAPER

j r" ,"L'T 0?'xxl fTvE CS IN TnAT 5F OF YONE W
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Thurs

oui 01 nana on u-uay. j
This is only a sample of what's r
coming. The GOP $100-a-plate, d'.i-j

ners set for Jan. zu an over wej
country are to be the most lavLh,
political fund-raising dinners ever)
thrown. j
Tht-A kn't anv use moamnu i

about this year's White House sj-i

wouldn't be able to take it.

Joys 01 Motherhood

May Cause 'Bandit
Queen' To Retire

r i gin r
BOONE, N. C, Jan. 20 (UP) The, n wasn't long in coming. Th
shentf today cooled off the ro-'dav traditional maid's niizht

mr-'-e of a girl accused of murder gave folks a chance to catch j

ar; i suspected mirgiar wno nau,up on their diets and sleep, excep.
to, tut their words of endear-; for more Kubitschek affairs.
nit ,ii from separate cells. I But Friday there were a couple
1 just had to put my foot down, ;0f dillies.
said Sheriff Ernest Hodges. So he jur. ana jirs. Dale Miller threw
separated the couple by several; their annual party in honor of
p'Wional cell and ; "now they .speaker of the House Sam Ray-
" 1 W U H I I M J T iL

i jini-iiear eacn uum. - uurn, who was u was anuuiei j
.l'he couple requested they be qUiet Texas whing-ding for only
aSowed to marry before they face. hundred.

tsW "I'm against it. llodges while this was going on the lie
saio. publicans gave a party for 1600.
l'he girl, Jo Ann Severson, 18,icoP Finance Chairman Clifford
a brunette from Milwaukee, lF0lger and wife picked up the tab
charged with murder in the widely jfor three bars, three buffet tables
publicized knife-slayinc of ChicaR0an(j two orchestras. One Republi Republi-clK'tmst
clK'tmst Republi-clK'tmst Dr. Lewis A. Finn, 72, lastjcan ai(je confessed they tried to
T I . I. ... 1 1 it- KnHv wac (lis- kHU fk tin n 1 1Wt Kut it ant

if U- Va UrtU liri V. ino JJ1UJU UIC UC3b uai w iww, UU, gwi

covered at mammoin tave, no.
Miss Severson's sweetheart in
the '13iHhere she has been for a a-bguth
bguth a-bguth three weeks,, is Willis Thom Thomas
as Thomas 25, of Mooresville, N.C. He is
ctjirged with breaking and enter entering
ing entering and larceny.
liss Severson and Leonard La-

They were arrested in Texas and j of President Eisenhower's heart ai-
N Mexico last September. tack. If that was piled on top of
Xntond is reported as saying it's the present schedule, from now to;

om r;ht wth him U Miss aever-;nexi iNOvemDer, peuuie

6a (? is in love.
Hodges said he didn t see now
Stverson and Thomas "got the
rtintion in their heads" that they
..... n,J t, rrnt mirriM. HC SBlU

1toy had only seen each other once,

but had carried on lensmy t"U"'
ta (ions "by shouting" to each oth other
er other from their cells.
'"It's not very private." Hodges

tf.tf LJ trt nut mV fnnt flown."l AT.T. ATTAR AD India. Jan. 20-

A llan IV i t
e' said. "So I moved them andi(UP) India's beautiful "haiKMt
l... hnnt fivp or ix mioon" rnav fnrKalfp hrr cnoscn

-eils and a corridor Deiwceni profession lor tne joys 01 nomei
ti'"ii." j and motherhood, police announc- i
ki'horgcs against the c o u p 1 e, ed today.
Ifond will be presented to a police said Agils Putli. 24. may i
pand jury when it convenes Jan. surrender because she is expect-:
ing a baby.
"I've never run across a case) she-has led the police of Uttar
lit,, this before," the sheriff said, ipradesh province a merry chase)

I I since 1950 when she was kidnand

land initiated into the ancient m m-Idian
Idian m-Idian arts of deviltry by Sultan
jGujar, chief of the Dacoit tribe
I which lent its name to the English

language as a word meaning to)
maraud or plunder. j

In 1955. Ague eurrenacrea iu
'police ttnd promised to be g o o d,

AVASHINGTON. Jan. 20 (UP I too much and she lit out to mastc,

Tl5c Atomic Energy Commission mind another gang,
his issued a licensing rcfjtilalion ( Police recently shot and ku 'i
under which private industry williSultan Gujar. And now, they saul,
build and operate plants for the (Agile is getting tired of it all.
nn tirnlnMinn and nroccssing o'l

p..
atomic fuels. t,
The government would keep title
tf all nuclear fuels used or .pro .pro-dticed
dticed .pro-dticed in the plants. In time of war
oi national emergency it could
take over all such material as well
sk operation of the plants- The
regulation becomes effective Feb.
''Iif ruling is broad enough to
pi-nit private industry to build
!!' operate under AEC license
vt billion-dollar atomic plants
ii"h as those at Oak Ridge, Tenn.,
of. Savannah River, SC.
iMowcver, industry has shown to
tW.:'i'? o go into such massive
)(,pmc nltliniich eventually it

limy take over manufacture of a-:
toniic fuel and explosives fromi
the government, :
Vnw new regulation primarily ;
Caverns atomic research and med-s
im facilities, atomic powwer plants
' ptimts for recovery of valuable
Materials from usecf nuclear fuels.
nd "critical assemblies" for test- j
ins various fuels. :
-ill 1

. 'jl Brainy Boy
x n iW

v V li j F I -ccv, 'A Dad, I've peodeo that rr X MUM ?
A l i 5 a I: I jxyAJ isnt fair to keep askims Inow
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"Why don't you try something besidea crooning, ctthe fv"

George? Th. baby aitter .ay, h. goeMo .leep watch. cacg j

PWm-

Br KZKSILL BLOSSQI v

"Why don't you try something besidei crooning,
Ceorge? The baby sitter says he goes to tleep watch,
ing her practice ballet!"

(jkt&stafi True Life Adventures

Private Industry
To Build, Operate
Aicrnic Fuel PlaHs

Although sSATreKEt7 far aw wipe ov&k iHt
vast PACiPis O-ceAW, ALBATROSSES UNERRiN5tV
VsMNS BA2K TO THEIR MATINS

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5 American Movies

In British Choice

Of 14 Tod Films

LDNDONf. Jan. 20 (UP) Tl.e
British Film Academy included
five American movies today in iis
list of the U top films of 1953.
Seven on the list were Hthli
films. One was Japanese, auJ ot
Italian. The American films we-e:
"Bad Day at Black Rock.J' Cr Cr-men
men Cr-men Jones." "East of Eden"
"Marty" and "Summer Madness.

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On 3rd Annivcnufjf

WASHINGTON, Jan. 19 -iVP)l

President Eisenhower's Cabinet;
observed the third anniversary of j
his inauguration Wednesday by j
surprising him with an original;

; Grandma Moses painting of his his-;
; his-; Gettysburg. Fa farm. j

The anniversary actually is rn rn-day.
day. rn-day. But the Cabinet Will not meet)
then and several members were;
at the White House yesterday for'
a meeting of the National Securi Security
ty Security Council. The others showed up:
for the surprise presentation.) r
The Sift was a thrill for the
President, an amateur painter. Hej
rushed to examine the painting in!
detail and knew at a glance the
identity of the artist: Thanking!
the Ca'binet, he said it was his,
first Moses original. I
Mrs. Eisenhower was not forgot-:
ten. Miss Bertha Adkins, assistant'
to the chairman of the Republican!
National Committee,' gave her a t
large' gold serving dish on behalf;
of the Republican women of the
nation. t

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Annulment; Menial

There is very little excuse for; Dead Arlisl Denied

Setting to six spades in the hand

shown today, and this over-am bi
tious contract should normally in

ficfnsifrl tirttti taen Cmith cfomiM

Ul.iCIlCU COn, UUUUI .
be content with a contract of four.llJ JA1, fit Crieff)
spades since he has a somewhat! IflUQ if UBlJ Hl'liU
stretched two-bid, and his partner;
could not make a positive re- MASSAPEQUE. N. Y. Jan. 20
"spor.se. '(IT) A dead artist was de-
With the opening lead of the nled an annulment yesterday,
jack of spades, South's problems!, jar Schneider died last May
are miraculously solved. South! go, leaving; an estate totaling
wins the first trick with the ace $22,500. after he had sued for

of spades, cashes the aee and kmg:3n annulment from his wife, I
of hearts, and ruffs a heart. De-;Annei on grounds she had failed
clarer getsback to dummy with,t0 ell him before their marriage I
the ten ,of spades, drawing theithat sh(1 hB!j been suffering from'
outstanding trumps. Now dummy sia mental Illness. I
two good hearts can be cashed, and i Referee Francis Hoolev ruled!
South gets rid of two losing cards. n supreme court that there was
The slam is now home. ",, !no proof the wife knew she had

vnen mis naim wa .oi-iuaii, !t)een He tnereiore denied tne
layed. in the summer of 1954 in;Qnrmimnt'. rennet, mieri the

WHAT MORE COULD HE WANT?-Pncho, a mongrel, really
gels around, even though his hind legs have been paralyzed fnr
two years. He's been outfitted by his owner, Mrs. Helen Rosen Rosen-crans,
crans, Rosen-crans, Minneapolis, Minn., with specially made "legs." They're a,
fet of wheels on supports that fit beside Pancho's real hind legs.
And to protect, him from the cold, Pancho wears a mink coat, a
luxury which Mrs. Roscncrans doesn't even grant herself.

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MASSAPEQUE. N.Y.. Jan. 2X 2X-(I'P
(I'P 2X-(I'P "I'ncle Bill" Lundy, an
unreconstructed rebel and Flori Florida's
da's Florida's onlv living Civil War veter

an, celebrated his lORth birthday,

"rrta" bv getting his first kiss
from a "Yankee" girl.
Lunay received hundreds of
gifts and a big kiss from Miss
Terry Brode rick. 2t). senior at
Ohio State University, during his
annual birthdav celebration at the

Okaloosa county courthouse. i
"That'll make me go another
year." the old soldier said as Miss

i Broderick and Mrs. Lois DJvis, a
'Southern belle, planted kisses on

, his wrinkled cheek.
I Lundy, who foughf with the A-
llabama Home Guard when Sher

man cut through the South to end
the war, is one of three surviving
Confederate veterans.
The local high school band play played
ed played both of Uncle Bill s national
anlhems-"Dixie" and the "Star
Spangled Banner." And the man
who never shot a "Yankee'' but
secretly wishes he had said that
today he hasn't got an enemy in
the world.
"I love everybody, even the
Yankees," he said.

B.A.Vill Cccome Cccome-I'CityOf
I'CityOf Cccome-I'CityOf Silence'
! BL'EXOS AIRES. Jan. 20 (UP
(Mayor Miguel Madero launched
'a drive tiKiay to mske Buenos Ai Aires
res Aires a "citv of silence '

Madero issued an ordinance giv

ing car owners one month to put

silencers in noisy exhausts, or

fac npnahips Store owners were

ordered to take down .loudspeak

ers ana owners pi souna miens to
find some other line of business.
. Police were instructed to enforce
strictly the existing rule that driv drivers
ers drivers must not use thir horns at
night but signal with their lights
instead.

Senator Calls

For Revival
Of CI Bill

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Pole Pest Offices "..

LONDON". Jan. 20 (UP) r..f

j Russian postal system has cm cm-led
led cm-led two floating branch offices r"

;c WASHINGTON Jan. 20 tUP -!nounccd UKiay.
Sen Richard I. Neuhrrs'pr n i

I today for a revival of the "CI Bill; The broadcast said the eff:Cs!
iof Rights" as a matter of "simple' -amj vArth Pa1 IV and North

justice'' to men and women now Po!e y are jocated on ice floes,
serving m the armed forces. where (he Soviets have set 'up re-
" search stations.
, The Oregon Democrat and Sev- -en
colleagues introduced legislation:
to reinstate educational and oth-jfox all men and .women enter. V,
er benefits of the Korean GI bill.lthe armed forces after Jan, 3a,
Benefits under the bill were cut off 1955.

PARKING DIFFICULTY
OMAHA. (UP) Some 70
workers walked off their jobs at
the Swift and Co. packing plant
here when two employes were fired
for fighting over a parking place.

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A 1IC till K s VAC 4M Mirui. ttvn

played, in the summer of 1954 annulment reauest and ruled the

matcn Deiween r.uuiauu nu iffr is eligible for the widow's

FIRST

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Italy, the bidding was even worse; nar f m esUte
J4Uyr iUa BonilPnpA thflt IS SnOWIl 1

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in the diagram. The Italian play-!
ers were using a vey artificial i
system, and as the result of a i
misunderstanding North wound up
as the declarer at six spades! r
Some of the English spectators
relaxed when this took place, since
East could not make a fatal open-;
ing lead. It didn't matter what
East, chose to open, the contract
was practically certain to go down.
The only really fatal opening lead ;
was the Jack of spades, and that
card was in the West hand. What
could be safer, from the English!
point of. View? .
. Perhaps to prove that there Is
no such thing as safety, West un-i
expectedly led out of turn. This ;
was bad enough; but as you prob-
ably guessed, West chose to lead,
the jack of spades.
North, the declarer, LhaJ the,
1 right to accept this lead if he;
chose to do so. After some thought, ;
he did decide to accept the lead
and therefore made this "impos-;
Bible" tiara;
So. American Qudes
Thought Influenced 1
By Change In Andes
TOKYO, Jan.! 20 (UP) Japa Japanese
nese Japanese seismologists said today
they failed to see anything of
'particular significance tn the
recent wave of Pacific quakes
that hit "South America.
, But they Qualified their state state-rnent
rnent state-rnent wittt the reservation that
Jt was difficult for the mto com com-ment
ment com-ment in the absence of detailed
statistics such as time of the
various tremors, Intensity, ex extent
tent extent of damage and definite epi epicenters.
centers. epicenters. "'
Dr. Uln Inouye, chief of the
earthquake bureau of the Cen Cen-tral
tral Cen-tral Meteorological Observatory,
said the recent quakes might
have been caused by a' subter subterranean
ranean subterranean chanfft in the Andes
volcanic chain.
He said in the absence of de detailed
tailed detailed statistics he was inclined
to agree with the theory hi hitherto
therto hitherto published by Professor
Benloff, an authority at the
Pasadena Observatory on the
Andes Volcanic chain.

January temperatures will averare below seasonal normal in the

eastern third of the nation.- Above normal ieiprruic mm u..
cated from the Mississippi westward to the Pacific, f ,t

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Red Plot To Wreck
Ph!!i;pins-Ainericn
Relli:ns Uaearlh:d

' MANILA; Jan: 20 (UP) Army
gents yesterday unearthed a Com Com-:munist
:munist Com-:munist plan to sabotage Philippine

American relations by "fanning

the flames'' of economic and poli

tical nationalism. Defense Secre

tary Eulogio Balao said.
The Defense Chief said captur captured
ed captured documents showed the Commu Communists
nists Communists sought to attain their end by
infilgrating and eventually seizing
control of intellectual "pressure"
groups such as student and proces processional
sional processional organizations.
Balas said the drive was being
directed by Jesus Lava, top Red
leader and Alfredo Saulo, chief of
the Huks propaganda bureau.
He made the disclosure after
having been briefed by Col. Is Is-mael
mael Is-mael Lapuz, army-chief of intel intelligence,
ligence, intelligence, on findings regarding the
intensified communist subversive
activities in the Philippines.

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oner coroner longer than any one else in
Wisconsin, But it isn't sure how
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DENTAL-MEDICAL
Or. C. If, ribreta Or. J' J'-D.D.S.
D.D.S. J'-D.D.S. (Georgetown. University) M t
fivoll (4th of July) Ave No NAM
(opposite Anrrni School Plavfrounil)
Tel. 2-2011 Panama.
RETIREMENT, LIFE
EDUCATION INSURANCE
JIM MDGE
Phone Panama 2-0552
TRANSPORTERS BAXTER, S A.
Packan Shipper Movers
i fhonet 2-2451
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PANAMA RIDING SCHOOL
Riding t Jumping elosset doily
i to 5 m. Phone 3-0279
or by appointment.
"WE will relieve Your"
FOOT-TROIBLE
corns, eallousiies, nails
CHIROPODIST
(Dr. Scholia trained)
0RTEPED1A NACIONAL
5S Justo Arosemena Ph. 3-2217
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REVIVAL SPEAKER .The
I'.nev Rov Ben Ridley, of Arcadia,
Fla. will arrive late Saturday to
conduct a special series ui
'rhristian revival services to be
hm nt. 7 nm. nienuy. ja".
. ... nn
through 29, at the Curundu Pro Protestant
testant Protestant Church.
Ir. addition to the promise of
a fine sneaKer. me levivai nci
'vices will include the slngimr of
' 1. . J 1.1 ntvMll
flopuiar iiyiiuis. ."..""':
Mur of slides of tne "O'T.na,
!und of places in Europe of veil
i'gious Interest. 1
jPcpukSicn 01 US
I Jumps 13 Hi:n;
!I WASHINGTON, Jan.
"The' Census Bureau
20 (UP)
estlrr.at-
ed today that the population in
t the United States jumpea
1582,000 from' 1950 to July 1. 1955.
!' The estimated total popula-
tlon of the United States now
i stands at 164,280,000.
The Census Bureau said Ne Ne-.
. Ne-. vada Is the fastest growinp; state
in the union. However, tne bu bu-iireau
iireau bu-iireau added. California had the
biggest population Rain, Itspop Itspop-Sl
Sl Itspop-Sl ulatlon increased' 2,446,000 to a
' total of 13,032,000.
i t : ''
j; Nevada's gain of 65,000 per per-'
' per-' gons was a 40.6 per cent Increase
' during the five-year period.-The
state s esumatea popumwou uuw
; Is 225,000,,. C
u Six states lost population: Ar
' kansas, down 121,000; Mlssissip Mlssissip-J
J Mlssissip-J pi, 68,000;- Oklahoma, 60,000;
Alabama, 29,000 1 Maine, 9,000,
and West Virginia, 4,000.
I New York state picked up an
I! estimated. 1594,000 for a total
population of 18,124,000 and
; Ohio's population rose 1,019,000
. to 8,968.000. , r.
Arizona had the second best
1 Increase in population with a
rise of 230,000. or 30.7 per cent.
to 980,000. Florda was third
i v ith a 24.6 per cent increase,
sal nnn-'t.ri 3 452.000.
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FOR SALE
Household

FOR SALE; Dining ream let,
bedroom set. Pye radio and pick pickup,
up, pickup, refrigerator, wicker set, fat
Hove. Call 115$ Colon.
FOR SAL!: Child's crib. pot.
ted plants, Oriental rug 10'sl2'.
4-burner gat stove, lamps, Grand
Father clock, china closet. Tele Telephone
phone Telephone 3-6550. .-.
FOR SALE: Stateside living,
dining, bedroom and kitchen fur.
nilure. Mahogany bar and Laun Laundromat.
dromat. Laundromat. Call Panama 3-5404.
No. 52, Apt. 3. Dr. Alberts Na Navarro
varro Navarro Streef, El Cangrcjo.
FOR SALE: Beautiful mahoga mahogany
ny mahogany bar with upholstered chairs,
glass liquor cabinet with three
mirrors. A real bargain. Cash or
terms. Ported plants, baby high
chair, small dining tabic. Phone
3-1024, 2-4902.
FOR SALE: Kenm.r. automatic
washing machine, 60-cycle, used
short time, excellent condition,
$210. Call Balboa 2-3460.
FOR SALE: Large console G.E.
radio-phonograph, excellent cab cabinet,
inet, cabinet, cost $400, sell for $75.
Phono Balboa 2-3173.
FOR SALE: S-ft. Westinghouso
refrigerator, perfect running
condition, needs paint, $55 pay payable
able payable 2 installments. Phone 3 3-2224.
2224. 3-2224. WANTED
Miscellaneous
WANTED: To buy or rent a
child's piano-accordion; also ad adjustable
justable adjustable dreis form 36. Panama
3-4179.
On The Alleys. .
CLASSIC LEAGUE
Team Standings
El Panama Hotel .4537
Austin-Nash 3636
Resaturante Bkychef, ;...33--39
Seymour Agency 3042
.' The- victories scored by Sey Seymour
mour Seymour Agency over Restaurante
Skychef and Austin-Nash over
i.1 Pa) 4 Hold by three to one
mar?. narrov.ed the gap be between
tween between Inst and last place.
Harry Colbert and Ted Melan Melan-son
son Melan-son led Seymour Agency In their
win over Restaurante Skychef
while Bud Balcer was high scoh
er for Restaurante Skychef. ?
Restaurante Skychef
iGleicnman ..170 165
157
158
145
139
224
492
Zeletes
.188
.178
.177
171
171
194
204
517
Welch
494
510
605
Lane
; I Balcer ..177
r
890 905 623 2618
is.vmonr Arenrv
- m
155
181
168
185
209
893
534
527
4P9
572
613
!745
McGarvey ...164 182
Larrabee ....151 180
Melanson .,..164 223
Colbert ...... 189 215
857 990
..Chuck Almeda and Earl Best
of Austin-Nash were too much
for Billy Coffey of El Panama
Hotel and El Panama Hotel lost
two points from their league
lead".
Austin-Nash
Stephens ...160 147 168
Thomas ... .173 165 169
Almeda v.. ...202 220 222
Jacober ......210 175 203
Best 245 170 191
Ta A
Oft
588
60S
990 877
651 2718
El
Panama Hotels
Wilber 181 175
Feger 162 185
Boyer ...... f. 191 159
Lowande ,.,:.191'192
Coffey 212- 223
161'
IRfl
167
168
192
517
533
517
551
627
937 934 872 2745
PACIFir COSMOPOLITAN
MIXED LEAGUE
" Team Standinrs
Termites ....... 31'2-19Va
Tasco 29 22 :
Braniff Airways . .27V2-231'2
Sevmour Aeency 1...27 24
Yankees ... 24, 26'i
Caribs '. 24'a 26Ji
Sleepers 21 30
Dehlineer's Agency ..19 32
Mixed Leasue when Dehllnger's
Aeency failed to Put a full team
on the alleys and won three
Dolnts with ease. Billy Coffey
rolled highest for the Termites
and Bob .Toland the same for
lead in the Paeific Cosmopolitan
The Termites Increased their
Dehlinger's Agency.
Seymour Agency; picked up
one-half point on Braniff Air Airways
ways Airways by beatine the Sleeners
two to one. The two "Bills"
Jamison and Jacober led Sey
mour Aeency while Al Minor was
not a "sleener" for the Sleepers, i
The Yankees moved into a tie
with the Caribs by winning their
match 24 to i; one name re-
isultin in & tie. Ted Schmidt
iwas high man for the Caribs
snd Earl Best and Dick Soyster
led the Yankees.
Braniff .Airways held Tascoto
an even break for the night
each team garnering a point
an nn..half Ken Woodco.lt
cpnrpH thP mnit fnr Rraniff Air
wsjv whu RnH Ralrer was hlk-h
mart-tor Taxo

FOR SALE
Automobiles

FOR SALE: 1950 Hudson four,
door, excellent condition, radio.
Duty paid. Phone 2-1594 or 2 2-3550.
3550. 2-3550. FOR
dan,
cash.
SALE: 1954 Austin Se Se-perfect
perfect Se-perfect condition, $750
Phono 3-6550.
FOR SALE: 1950 Packard 4 4-door
door 4-door Sedan, low miieage, good
condition, new paint and seat seat-covers,
covers, seat-covers, radio with front and rear
speaker, $700. Hduje 769-C,
San Pablo Street, Balboa.
FOR SALE: 1954 Cadillac
Coupe, excellent condition, low
mileage, radio and white side side-wall
wall side-wall tires, power steering, power
brake. If intceited phone Cris Cristobal
tobal Cristobal 3-1248.
FOR SALE: 1948 Fordor Ply Plymouth,
mouth, Plymouth, good condition, $225.
Phono Navy 3485
FOR SALE: CHEVROLET PAN PANEL
EL PANEL HALF TON, 1952 model,
perfect condition. Phono 2-4902.
FOR SALE: 1949 Nash, good
condition. $200. Call 2-4471.
FOR SALE: 1953 Chevrolet
two-tone, 4-door, 16,000 miles,
$1200. Phono 2-1819.
FOR SALE: Beautiful 1955
Chevrolet sedan, 4-door, two two-tone,
tone, two-tone, leather upholstery, radio,'
white sidewall tires, automatic
changes. Duty paid. Used thro
months. Price $2200, !Ancont
Boulevard Street No. 458. Tele-
phone 2-1408.
Mrs. Louise Brown
Diss; Funeral
Tomorrow Afternoon
Mrs. Jjouise (Clafan) Brown, a St,

Lucian resident of Panama City, four-day fuel deliverers' strike end end-died
died end-died yesterday in Santo Thomas1 ph tnriav ThP tWUhnrt ritv w

Hospital. She was 60 years old.
Funeral services will be held
tomorrow afternoon at 3:30 in St.
Christopher's Church. Burial will
follow in Jardin dc Paz Cemetery.
She Is survived by her husband
Egbert (Pilinky) Brown: her son,
Charles (Jimmy) V. James; sis sisters,
ters, sisters, Mrs. Haddy Archer, Mrs. E E-mily
mily E-mily Powell and Mrs. Katy Grant
(in U.S.); brother, Isadore (Wil (Willie)'
lie)' (Willie)' Adrian and other relatives.
Episcopal Acolytes
To Observe Feast
01 Patron Saint
Acolytes of the Episcopal dioee
se will commemorate the feast
of St. Vincent, their patron Saint,
with a special service at St. Paul's
Church on Sunday at 7 p.m., when
acolytes from the various church churches
es churches on the Pacific side will be on
hand- to participate in the cele celebration.
bration. celebration. '
Bev, Jon Spear of St...,.-Peter's
Chrch, La Boca, will preach the
special sermon for the occasion,
.ll.u ,U;iU dUsiKM irill Kta cnlamti
1 rtKniaroinn J-if A divine Oflfi 0fTOl
St,- Paul's chapter will admit a
candidate who has served h
period of probation at the service
of Holy Kuchanst at a a.m.

Carnival Enthusiasm Mounting

Miss

JULIE ALVARADO

Carnival enthusiasm Is mount
ing daily throughout the city as
discussions take place over who
would make the best carnival
Queen at Hotel El Panama.. Per
son a it v and traietv are musts
ir, iri u.hn i tn rpicm withi
her court over the four 4-day
rornhai WiviMps in Pphrnarv
tm, ,-anriiriatps T,i7 Ruazo .and
.TitH. Aivamrirt have hnth.
- I nn wppk-pnris everv rent, sDent
' for- foorl or heveraee at the
iiwtcl,four40LiJi1,e?nolLil2

MISCELLANEOUS

ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS
BOX 2031. ANC0N. C.Z.
(OX 1211. CRISTOBAL. C.Z.
REPAIRING) washing machines,
refrigeratori and all kinds of
electric, accessories and general
painting. Isthmian Work Shop,
Phone 3-3308. Yii Espana 57.
REPAIR, refiniih all kind Rattan
furnituro. Guaranteed workman workmanship.
ship. workmanship. Special prices. Jimmy, -2-1001
Panama..
FOR SALE
Miscellaneous
FOR SALE: 8" Craftsman table
saw with 1 -hp. motor $80 with
motor, $50 Without; 6" Crafts Crafts-,man
,man Crafts-,man Jo.vier with Vi-hp. motor,
$80 with motor, $60 without;
15" disk lander and 4" drum
Sander combination with Vj-hp.
motor and suction system for
sawdust $40. All motors 25-cy-clo.
House 769-C, San Pablo St.,
Balboa.
FOR SALE: Battle Creek health
builder massage machine, like
new. Phone 3-4619. 1
FOR SALE: Office equipment:
Steel desks, wooden desks, chairs,
safes, fluorescent lamps, V-X
cables, doors, etc. Phone 2-4902.
FOR SALE: TWO ADMIRAL
AIRCONDITIONING UNITS U
ton, practically new. Reasonable
price. Monthly payments possi possible
ble possible Phone 2-4902.
Fuel Truckers End
4-Day Strike As
Snow Covers NY Cily
nfw vokk -a 7P 'i
shivering under a covering of
snow
Mayor Robert Wagner announc announced
ed announced settlement of the strike at Ci
ty Hall where representatives of
3,000 fuel oil and coal truck driv
ers and 350 fuel dealers had been
negotiating assisted by a three three-man
man three-man citizens committee and medi mediators,
ators, mediators, since Monday.
A wage agreement which end ended
ed ended the walkout was reached at
8:45 a.m. after a joint negotiat negotiating
ing negotiating session. Wagner had ordered
the board of health to stand by
to declare a state of emergency if
the strike was not settled by 11
a.m.
The end of the strike signalled
the resumption of coal and oil
deliveries to homes, office build buildings
ings buildings and institutions whose sup supplies
plies supplies had run low or. in some cas
es, been exhausted despite provi
sions for emergency, delivery.
In view of weather bureau pre
dictions of continued snow today
and sub-freezing temperat urti
through the weekend, city om-
cials greeted the end of the strike
with relief
Department heads had been
exhausted despite provisions for e
mergency delivery. -In
view' of weather bureau pre
dictions of continued snow today
and sub-freezing temperatu res
through the weekend, city officials
greeted the end of the strike wan
Department heads had been
isjsehedulcd to report to the mayor
on me extent
of public distress
xnis morning.
.V
v.
'.supporters of the
politely ask hotel
their votes.
candidates
guests for
t The two candidates
will
Airwavs
via nerovias rsimmn
( ap A i to Miami on Jan. 30

spend four days at the luxurious! will dance the tamborito,' and

Miami Colonial Hotel, while, will lead the fun. Result of the

there the Oueen will be lnter
viewed on TV. ancl DV news
rjaners.

The second counting of votes,

'take place on Saturday;

RESORTS

Gramlick't Santa Clara Beach
Cottages. Modern conveniences,
moderate rates. Phono Gamboa
6-441.
FOSTER'S COTTAGES. One m.le
past Casino. Low fate. Phono
Balboa 1866.
. PHILLIPS Oceonsido Cottage.
Santo Clara. Box 435, Balboa.
'Phono Panama 3-1877, Cricto-
bal 3-1673. V
Shrapnel's furnished he use a on
beech ot Santa Clara. Telephone
Thompson, Balboa 1772.
Wanted to Buy
WANTED TO BUY: Collins
75A-1 receiver, must bo clean
condition. Phono KZ5WZ,
boa 2-3173.
Help Wanted
WANTED: Maid, Vj-day, 4
days a week. Phono 3-6781.
WANTED: Experienced nurse nursemaid
maid nursemaid with references to care for
two small children. Must live in.
Apply at Martin, S.A., Justo A A-rosemena
rosemena A-rosemena Ave. No. 37-11, near
Criste Rey Church, during the
hours of 9 a.m. to 12 noon and
2 to 4 p.m.
FOR SALE
Roals & Motors
FOR SALE: 30' sloop, sleeps 4
below, 2 above, 1955 Universal
25-horse, auxiliary 1953 sails.
Excellent condition Ready to go.
Call Cristobal 3-10651307.
British Scientists
Claim Polio Serum
Belter Than Salk's
LONDON, Jan. 20 CUP)
-Bri-
tish scientists have rievelnnpH
polio vaccine batter than the Salk
serum made in the United States,!
.1 ir 1,1. w.'...' .... . I
me ni'Hiui ministry announced last
night.
Health Minister Robert II. Tur Tur-ton
ton Tur-ton said at least 500,000 children
untier nine years old could be yac
cinated before the summer but
substantial quantities will not-jbe
available until the end of the year.
"While it owes its origin to the
brilliant pioneer work carrieed out
in America," Turton said, "it is
not quite the same as the Ameri
can vaccine.
"The improvement is due to the
achievements of two British nanu-
facturers working in cooperation
with the Medical. Kesearch Coun Coun-cil.
cil. Coun-cil.
We believe our own vaccine to
be preferable to any made in oth other
er other countries, and it is not proposed
to import vaccine from abroad."
State Police Take
Lessons In Driving
ALBANY. NX, Jan. 20 (UP),
All New York state police, up to
and including Supt. Francis S.
McGarvey, are going to got some
driving lessons. McGarvey said the
three-day- school, was created to
make state police "the safest dirv-
ers possible."
at El Panama
Miss LIZ SUAZO

night (not Friday as previously
announced) in the patio of Eli
! Panama. The- -orchestras ofl WOLF. WOLF t

Clarence Martin and Lucho A&
flv carraea will alternate for danc
intr As muni in nre-rnrnivnl
to fiestas, both Lizzie and Julie
- 1 votine wUl be announced dur
- me the evenme. and It Is said

ithat comDetition Is very close.' varmint down with his auto. He

(Mercurio)

FOR RENT
Apartments

ATTENTION C I.I Just built
modern furnished apartment, 1,
2 bedrooms, hot, cold water.
Phono Panama 3-4941.
FOR RENT: Beautifully fur.
nished apartment one bedroom,
, large porch, dining room and
kitchen, bath and hot water For
married couple without children.
Apply personally to Cuba Avenue
No. 38-29, next to Comisariato
Don Bosco.
FOR RENT: 1 -bedroom apart apartment,
ment, apartment, completely independent.
Jose de Fibrega Avenue No. !2
(Pasadena), from 5 p.m. to 7
p.m.
FOR RENT.1 Two large rooms,
apartment in new building: hot
water, neatly finished. Avenida
Jose Fco do la Ossa ( Automobile
Row 1 in front Firestone. Ricar Ricar-de
de Ricar-de A. Miro, S.A., Phone 2-3436.
AMERICAN Army couplo would
like to share their apartment
with childless G.I. couple. Apt.
5, Bldg 63 4th July Ave.
FOR RENT r Modern apartment,
furnished, for 3 months. 52nd
Street No. 21-4, Campo Alegre.
3-6398.
FOR RENT: Two-bedroom fur furnished
nished furnished apartment, maid's room,
garage. Federico Boyd Avenue
and 51st Street. Phono 3-4507.
FOR RENT: Furnished apart apartment,
ment, apartment, Army inspected, all screen screened.
ed. screened. Via Espana, house beforo
Juan Franco.
FOR RENT: Modern two-bedroom
apartment in Bella Vista,
51st Street No. 42. Call Zubia Zubia-ta.
ta. Zubia-ta. phono 3-3337.
FOR RENT: Unfurnished mod modem
em modem and beautiful two-bedroom
apartment, hot water and garage.
Information: Phone 3-5322.
FOR RENT: Beautiful view,
completely furnished apartment:
2 bedrooms, studio, etc., hot wa water.
ter. water. Call 3-3421.
FOR RENT: Spacious 2-bed-room
penthouse. Bolivar Build Building,.
ing,. Building,. 52nd Street and Federico
Boyd. Telephone 2-1661.
FOR RENT: Spacious 2-bed-room
apartment. Riviera Build Build-.
. Build-. ing, 46th Street and Justo Aro Arosemena.
semena. Arosemena. Telephone 2-1661.
FOR RENT: Spacious 1-bed-.
room apartment. Bolivar Build Build-Ins;,
Ins;, Build-Ins;, 52nd Street and Federico
Boyd. Telephone 2-1661,
FOR SALE
Real Estate
FOR SALE: Houses in Santa
Clara, fully fumisned. Leaving.
Must sell. Phono 6-441.
FOR SALE; Bargain: 3 hectar hectares
es hectares of land, level at El Valla. For
information. Phono 2-3137.
Pravda Says Ydla
Documents Falsify
Feci, Aid Cold War
LONDON. Jan. 20 (UP) The
Soviet Communist organ Pravda
today blasted the latest publica
tion of Yalta documents by the
U.S. State Department as "falsifi "falsification
cation "falsification of history in the service of
the cold war."
In an article broadcast by Radio
Moscow and monitored here, Prav Pravda
da Pravda referred lo the December re release
lease release in Washington of the final
installment of official papers on
the Big Three conference att Yal Yalta
ta Yalta in February, 1945.
The conference was attended by
President Franklin D. Roosevelt,
tor tne U.S., Frlme Minister Win Winston
ston Winston Churchill for Britain and Pre
mier Joseph Stalin for the Soviet
Union.' : .;.
Pravda said that the American
documents published last month
had the "same unseemly aim" as
publication of the first Yalta pap
ers in March of last year.
Co-Eds Stricken
By Flu Epidemic
1 IOWA CITY, Iowa, Jan, 20 (UP)
I ine second flu epidemic in re
I cent weeks broke out today at i
I University of Iowa girl's dormi-
f tory. Ten of the 150 coeds there
reported ill Tuesday and the
I number rose to 40 yesterday. A
few weeks ago a flu epidemic
Droke out at a men s dormitory
- l MOUNT VERNON, III. (UP)
Ted Shreve knows there are
wolves the four-legged kind in
this area. Driving home from work
recently nis car neaaiigms picKoa
- up a wolf running down the middle
oi me nienway. tnreve ran me
! says he has seen three other
'wolves running together.

FOR RENT
Mourns

FOR RENT: Small bedroom fur furnished
nished furnished for sinele person. Apply
personally to Cuba Avenue No.
38-29, next to Comisariato Don
Bosco.
FOR RENT Furnished bedroom
with porch, bath, hot water and
available food; for married cou couplo
plo couplo without children. Apply perr
sonally to Cuba Avenue No. 38 38-29,
29, 38-29, nef to Comisariato Don
Bosco.
FOR RENT: Large furnished
room. American couple.' Kitch Kitchen
en Kitchen privilege, refrigerator, etc.
Bus stop near. 31st Street 9.
FOR RENT -Furnished room in
Paitilla for bachelor or childless
couple. Phone Panama 3-4447.
WANTED
Houses
WANTED: House suitable for
diplomatic mission, 4 bedrooms,
3 bathrooms in Bella Vista P.O.
Box 577 Panama.
FOR RENT
Miscellaneous
FOR RENT: Spacious locale,
ground. Justo Arosemena Ave Avenue
nue Avenue No. 37-11. Inquire 37th
Street No. 4-23.
FOR RENT: MODERN locale,
recently built, suitable for storo,
offic. Facing National Stadium.
Phone 3-6168, Mr. Alcides Gar Garcia
cia Garcia Correa

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This Week's ."
LUCKY BUYER SPECIAL
'51 BUICK CONVERTIBLE ..; $ 795

'54 HILOIAN Convertible .... 1150.
'53 -MERCURY Convertible .... 1575.
'53 CHEVROLET Fordor '. 1350.
'52 FORD Fortlor 995.
'51 OLDSMOIHLE Fordor . . 795.
'50 OLDSMODILE Club Coupe 495.
'50 BUICK Fordor . 295.
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Solon Terms Natural Gas Bill
Give-Away Proposal For A Few

Saturday, Feb. 4, the 36th an annual
nual annual convocation of the Episcopal,
Missionary Diocese of the CanaL
Zone will convene at the Calhe-!
riral of St Luke. Ancon. and will'

open with a choral celebration ol wood Uncensored: Ingnd Bergman

hoiy '. Communion ai b.ju ". still "poison at the box office?
Tbe Rt. Rev. R. Hebcr Gooden.l Biggest behind-the-scenes Holly Holly-S.
S. Holly-S. D., will be the celebrant and wood hassle of 1U55, it now can be
preside over the sessions of con- told, took place among high brass
vocation. at 20th Century-Fox over the hiring
v 5 ... :. jof Iijgrid to star in the film ver-
The Diocese includes the Repub- sion of "Anastasia."
lies of Nicaragua, Colombia, Costa
Rica, Panama, and the Canal The studio, some of .the high
Zone from which both clerical and executives argued, was taking a
lay delegates will be in atten- big risk because Ingrid hasn't been
dartce. I forgiven by certain grdups for
; walking out on hubby and skipping
The schedule for convocation! off to Italy with Roberto Rosseilini,
week is a follows: Tuesday, Jan.)the Italian film director.
31. Clerev Picnic at St. Andrew's!

Church, Cocoli, at 5. p.m.; Wed.l Some theater circuits, according
Feb. 1, Holy Communion at 7:30jto Daily Variety, were polled by
a m. followed by breakfast and a;the studio and said they would

meeting of thd" Clcncus, Dept. of j refuse to play the picture.
Social Relations, at 2 p.m. and

dinner at 7 p.m. followed hy a But Production Boss Darryl
meeting of the Dept. of Promotion Zanuck was willing to take the
and Publicity; Thursday, Feb. 2, chance, and casting of Ingrid in

Holy Communion at 8:30 a.m. ioi- the role finally was approved.

in;oH hv District ftieeunx oi me

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m iin,pri hv District Youtnivorce neadimes and worse "scan-

Convention- Friday, rena, nuiyiuais u mgriu s iove aim mar mar-1
1 mar-1 Communion 7:30 a.m. Dept. of riage" problems qualify in that

Christian Education, woman icaiejjory wnu some people

Auxiliarv. afternoon meeting

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An expectant mother and her 25-

year-old boyfriend were booked on!

suspicion of murder today in the

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CDemtcoddess

roles since hpr marrisi.ro r. j 1 shooting of her' husband.

Mac Murray sh hndi k i Police Capt. Loren Herfurth an

mind about beina a nimhiir ch'mnmt'ed nc was holding Mrs. Bet- t Aribian caliph 7 Get up
.:n "-'" nun -OUl jne;(l;L-.L !,. K..r. A U il III Tit i-u.-j !!: -I

iu maKe personal appearances ',"
with him nn 9 nnhiiniiu t iHam lhomas

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new movie.
Nof in tht Script: Rod Steiger
about future domestic life with his
estranged wife: "Nothing will be

ty Kchl. 32. and her boyfriend, Wil-I I IS Blackbird

after the pretty bru-, i H H iard

nette underwent a second lie de-! n b emiit

tcctor test

Mrs. Kehl'j husband. Robert. 34.

settled until I return from a three-'was fala"y womuled Monday night

monin iurnnean vacat nn- M,h. ukiowi sue ueciiui-u as

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IMisswha 25 Concealed tearitt
glorified 29 Pronoun 40 R.forous
the sarcnf 30 Roujh lava 41 Strong eart
10 targe Afrio.n3J Repiiimant 44 Musical

antelopes 34 Rounded ropotuol

. 22 R ties i 1 vaporll Constellation 3 Nautical term 47 tit

absence will make the hrart trmUi stranger. She said the stranger it Prtui Jese In t).e rodiac 37Trapper IOt-

rrtiinar -r i lim i ni iir

; Eva Marie Saint has joined the
' I won't talk" set. She's nixing all

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Wnman fl AI1X1 larv Willi IfJls uiauj oiais lUKil ill uuA-umw nn ,i
woman a n i...... .M. l T. 1 eood ones, ran make mnr mnnnv

:ou popuianiy pons nave survived ai-.:fc,n. K"'rv-. ",

forced her to drive her cigarette-

salesman husband to the death
scene.
Herfurth refused to disclose the

fa a., results of the lie test or to explain

Murphy has a svndicate interested the bookin8 of Thomas who had
in buying "The Red Badge of Coiir- bPen relased after apparently
age," filmed six years ago, for aj clearing himself in an earlier lie
reissue to cash in on the record-test
breaking box-office hit, "To Hell I .. ., : ,' ...
and Back" i Kehl was shot to death in a lone-
There's a solid reason-money in!1?, dumP ground, near the city's
the bankfnr HniivwnnH'. n.,. i edge. His wife told police a "dark-

had a black jacket

was the assailant.

Cle of remaking old mnvia hite

There's a lack of story material 8lassp.s anrt

ana goiaen proof that remakes

of

i the Dept. of Missions, evennin
op's Reception, Hotel Tivoli; Sa Saturday,
turday, Saturday, Feb. 4, ConvocationServ ConvocationServ-ice
ice ConvocationServ-ice of Choral Communion, Bishop
iGooden, Celebrant, 8:30 a.m. Sun Sun-Hav
Hav Sun-Hav Feb. 5. guest preachers at

- I churches on the Isthmus, 4 p.m.
WASHINGTON Jan. 20 (UP)! job. I think it will take another District Missionary Service, bai--San
J William Fulbright (D- four years." jboa Stadium, general pubhc in v it-
Ark )' said today the United States Other comments t'on the. news ed; Monday, Feb. 6 to 8 clergy re re-faVes
faVes re-faVes so many problems.it canno, conference included: . treat at the new Church Confer-

"8 part-Ume pres- oli. rmiin, vuun n-n.au : (jnce veiHtli oaiua v..,

nr. tisennower inaicaiea ne is

have

afford to

He made the statement on com commenting
menting commenting on President Eisenhow Eisenhower's
er's Eisenhower's news conference remark that
he would have to regulate his" ac activities
tivities activities carefully to avoid exces-
''"I mayUoe partisan," Fulbright
Raid, "but I don't think the CQury CQury-try
try CQury-try can afford a part-time prcst prcst-clcnt
clcnt prcst-clcnt in a period of international
tension awll-8 considuiai)
domestic problems, such as agiv
culture."
Fulbright did not suggest out outright
right outright that the President should re resign
sign resign as he: did in 1946 when form former
er former President Truman was m tnei
White. House and the Republicans
won control of Congress.

Some other memoers oi mk

ami.

giving serious consideration to nisi
own personal problems and the fu-j
ture of the nation." Carlson had!
previously predicted the Presi President
dent President would run.
Sen. Styles Bridges (R-N.H.)

Mr. Eisenhower s action was the
"normal, natural thing for the
President to do." He said the Pres President
ident President : was "narticularlv frank"

about! his hea!?'u.and. .about ,as-Scotitj

sertinc that today s Hi-iion should l

not be costrued as a

of candidacy. i
Sen. Milton R. Yong (R-N.D."-"I
think the President is taking a
realistic position as to his health.
While many, including myself,
would like to see hlra run, I would

be the last to urge him to do so if

Scout News

ir ahl to read .politicar signif-jhe felt he was not physically able.

lcance into Mr, Eisenhower Sil would hope, his final decision
comment about his helath. "But the! would not be too long delayed."
tai'inn. nlared. on-it tener-1" 1

lly depended on the political
affiliation of the interpreter.
Sen. John J. Sparkman of Ala

bama, 1952 Democratic vice prts-

Irsn Creeks Down
On. Ahli-Brif ish
Religious Leader

TEHERAN, tran, Jan. 20 ar? I

IBS Elects t.
New Otiitirs .,
li tbe annual meeting of the
Local Council, Intel national Boy
Scout ti the Canal, held at the
new 'scout ihack i.t'RsmbOW City

declaration t Sunday, prcsea oy ..

tins l. rawceu, tau us
a criterion, them the attaus ot the
organization is one ior a good i if
not sniootn sailing during 1956.
Witn 47 memoera in attendance
representing every unit ol the or organization
ganization organization on bow sides of. t b e
isthmus, considerable business of
vital importance to tne organiza organization
tion organization progress was oealt with in
an auuospnere ot serene cordiali cordiality.
ty. cordiality. : '..
Primarily among' the malters
deaiu witn was ue nomination,
tuecuou and maiauuuou oi oiliceio
wi- tue new iciui. auis L. J! aw-,
ccit was re-eitiueu pi'CSiQcnt, Wu Wu-iiam
iiam Wu-iiam Artnur, secom: vice yresi-
. uoi-nnn vice

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iiiesioent ituoert t. -uia

urer ana jme

Gene. Autry is planning a film film-biography
biography film-biography of himself and has de decided
cided decided he's the type to play
the role. Will Rogers, Jr., will play
his famed humorist Pop in the
production, which will be budgeted

at $2,000,000.
Lillian Roth's life story; "I'll Cry
Tomorrow," has Susan Hayward's
name on the lips of everyone as a
Dossible Oscar .winner and Lil

lian's name on the memo pads of
several producers for a film come comeback.
back. comeback. . ....
Lillian's last picture was ''Take
a Chance," now an ironic title. She
took a chance on letting MGM film
her sordid life story "on location

in her so
dividends.

June Havtr has 'nixed all movie

i than the originals.

"The Magnificent Obsession"

zoomed box-ouice figures tol

heights never reached by the orig-lA- DaJu (Li!nn!mm
inal film, which launched Robert, Uil liOUY-3111 C D liiCl
Tavlnr nn his starring raronr I f rr

Selected Shorts: Luscious Kim
Novak is in the Columbia studio
doghouse for turning down "Pal
Joey" on advice of career pilots
that tbe role is too small for her.
And on suspension at the same
studio is Aldo Ray for refusing to
co-star with Donna Reed in "Black
Mamba."

Hal March and Candy Torme are

planning a rebruary wedding in
Greenwich, Conn. But there could
be a hitch. Candy's hubby, singer
Mel Torme. has not approved her
plana for a ''quickie" divorce in
Nevada,
This It Las Vegas, Mrs. Jones:

A seamstress will be on Marie Wil

Advance Inquiries

Confuse Officials

NEW YORK, Jan. 20 fUP A
Trans-Canada Airlines official
said today ,he received a reanest
from Vancouver, B.C., l;ist Mon Monday
day Monday for an estimate of the cost

of shipping body by boat Irora
New York to Tel Aviv, Israel.
After a number of inquiries,
he said, he sent the requested
Information along with sailing
dates lor various ship'.
A second message then r r-rived,
rived, r-rived, saying:
"Funeral director now sdv!?es

inquiry being made on behalf of

n enetiry unit

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LiHnrt. P New ironUer. She'll be sewn into be interred In Israel after death.

her gowns before every perform-1 Therefore, may be some un-.r
ancev 'before shipment moves."

trea

iiassocKs,

Until nomine, taid, j it Iooks

-to me as if he hat been telling
. his Republican colleagues in an
oblique way that he won't run.
But one Republican colleague,
Sen. Barry M. Goldwater of Ari-

zona, saia toaay s avvviuvinciiwt 4 r : -j .,r .o.iptmi.

did not change his belief that r.lvJ-'ie pro-wesiern government of acoui wiuiuiw4 -Eisenhower
U1 seek a cond cracked down on i s opposition, . immedla.

British religious, leader Mullah iteiy maiaiieu witn an impressive
Saved Kashanl and the execution I ctiemony conauctea oy me nev.
of four Moslem fanatics. (jonn A. Spaiomg as insiauaing
-' A truckload of soldiers surround-masiei. luu ev- bpaluing,' ean ean-ed
ed ean-ed the home of the Mullah, who'ier in the meeting, was iven..a
backed former Premier Moham-! warm welcome u;n ne tniereu
rvA ... t j u:! . com 19 Tne lnSUlU-

i utcu uiusaduu, auu ailcLtffJ JUIU anu IUUIW llo j

to face charges arising from the i uonar represenaiive ui mc -vi
1951 assassination of Premier Alijcouncii ... representing tne .W.
Razmara. lViaiy t Chuvcn noop oi itainOow
A top official said that one oficuy. rfiiton v. Per.ms, outgoing
the four leaders of the Fadayan!seconu vice piesiuent, upeiviseu

lanatic sect wno were executed np election oroceuuie

toia aumoriues oetore ne aiea mat
jKashani had engineered all Iran Iranian
ian Iranian political assassinations in the
last decade.
Members of the Islamic sect as assassinated
sassinated assassinated Razmara on March 7,

1951, after he tried to reach agree

Rio Aba jo Church

To Hold Revivals

Revival services at the Monte
Oscuro Road Church of God,
Rio Aba jo, will be held Sundav,
Jan. 22, beginning at 7:30 p.m.
For the' special series, the serv services
ices services of the Rev. .Larry DeShayes,
noted evangelist from the United
Slates, have been secured.
Every night from Sunday to
Sunday, with the exception of
Saturday, Rev. DeShayes will
preach. Special singing and testi testimonies
monies testimonies will he heard. Rev. Wil William
liam William J. Hohnson, pastor of the

church, has extended an. invita-1

tion for all to attend-.

term. :
"I have felt all along that his
sense of duty would prevail," Gold Gold-water
water Gold-water said. "He is dedicated to
getting the country out of a soci socialist
alist socialist trend and has done a good
Christ For Youth
Plans Mass Rally
. The Christ for Youth- Fellowship

of the Panama sector will go to
Gamboa tomorrow where they will

hold, ajnass open air rally at 7:30

p.m. 'i :
Speaker for the evening will be
Earl Drysdale who is here on va

cation from Costa Rica. Invitation

NGTONG serves

CHINESE DISHES
at El Rancho Garden
5 P.M. ON

has been extended to all Christ
for Youth fellows and the public
in general. ;

ment with British authorities on
the Anglo-Iranian Oil Co. proper properties
ties properties which Mossadegh later seized.

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The council's annual camporee
slaied tor uamp-iJicitt uom ioaay
untu bunaay, was oiscussea m
lengib uue t,o tne uncertainty ot
me local weather. Alter uue de de-iioerauon
iioerauon de-iioerauon however, H was unani unanimously
mously unanimously agreed tnsu tne camporee

oe neid hi planned ano aii

I irtrt irnra ueiit nun

me lsmmus wui converge ai the
tamp site this evening lor tne
three-day outdoor activity unuer

me auspices ot .tne worm oigoai oigoai-zaiion
zaiion oigoai-zaiion lor boys.
The appointment of Nathan S.
Bryau as cnairman ot the pro program
gram program and passing of various reso resolutions
lutions resolutions were otner important mat matters
ters matters ueait witn at tne meeting.
. hpanine ot eood und

weuare, trmuve was paia io whom
mnute was aue lor outstanamg
contnuuttons to tne organiatiou
auring tne past year concluding
".' T.ures civeu by tne new.

statf of oiuccis tor a rigid cam campaign
paign campaign during 195B for tne expan expansion
sion expansion of tne organization' program
ana advancement ot its numerical
progress.
Bethlehem Church
Postpones Program
The Bethlehem Chuch of I God
has announced the postponment of
a program scheduled for Sunday,
Jan. 22.
A hearty invitation has been ex extended
tended extended to all to attend its Harv

est Thanksgiving Service at 3 p.m.
Sunday Feb. 5.

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CANAL ZONE POLYCLINIC
DENTAL-MEDICAL
Dr. C F f il.rna I"r. R. J'
D D.S. (Georgetown University j M l)
Tivoll (4th of July) Ave.. No 21.VM
(opposite Ahcoii School PlayeTUund)
-.-. Tel J-Mll Panama.
RETIREMENT. LIFE
EDUCATION INSURANCE
JIM nwcE
Phone Panama 2-1)552
TRANSPORTES BAXTER, S A.
Packed Shippers Movers
Phones 2-2451 2-2562
Learn Riding at
PANAMA RIDING SCHOOL
Riding 6 Jumping dosses doil
3 to 5 p.m. Phone 3-0279
or bv appointment.
"WF will relieve nur"
FOOT-TKOIBI.E
corns. iallonsj,es nails
CHIROPODIST
(Or Siholls trained)
ORTEPEDIA NACI0NL
58 Jnsto Arosemena Ph. 3-2217
' REVIVAL SPEAKER The
iiRev Roy Ben Ridley, of Arcacna,
. n ...ill n 1 rt f n C n f 1 1 fflj U t f
'Tia. Will amve 'T.uo

Y" i

ronduct a special series on
i through 29. at the Curundu Pro-
; testant Church.

rhriVt n revlvMrvten to bei8' 'or.Hertaur.nte SkycheL
ffr7 J0

ta fine speaker, the revival ser- DULer
'vices will include the singing of
; jfopular hymns and the show-; s AeenrV AeenrV-iUK
iUK AeenrV-iUK of slides of the Ho.v Land I'-' 'ei,,rJr

J!id of places in Europe of reli-
Population Of US
Jumps 13 Million;
Uevada Out Ahead
" WASHINGTON, Jan. 20 UPi
The Census Bureau estimat estimated
ed estimated today that the population in
Ithe United States jumped 13, 13,-1,582.000
1,582.000 13,-1,582.000 from' 1950 to July 1, 1955.
' The estimated total popula popula-!!tion
!!tion popula-!!tion of the United States now
. stands at 164,280,000.
j; The census Bureau said Ns Ns-.
. Ns-. vada Is the fastest growing state
; In the union. However, the Bu Bull
ll Bull reau added. California had the
j biggest population gain. Its pop population
ulation population increased 2,446,000 lo a
' total of 13,032,000.
ii Nevada's gain of 65,000
per-
ji ions was a 40.6 per cent increase
T'tnvln'ir tbo five-vear Deriod. The
f' Slate s esu
; Is 225.000.
i state's estimated population nuw
it Six states lost population: Ar
? kansas, down 121.000; Mississip Mississippi,
pi, Mississippi, 68.000; Oklahoma, 60,000;
JiAlabama, 29,000; Maine, 9,000,
and West Virginia, 4,000.
New York state picked up an
estimated-1.294,000 lor a
total
population of 16,124,000 and
Ohio's population rose 1,019,000
to 8,966.000.
Arizona had the second best
J Increase In population with a
rise of 230,000. or 30.7 per cent.
J to 980,000. Florda was third
TVUn a Ppi lent, iiicii-ttsc.
;681,000-tO 3,452.000.
i ifiMMitliGlfJ
, Bv Tetciihonc
immediate Coverage
Dial Panama 2-5000
r FRED HinfcLESTON

V

FOR SALE
Household

FOR SALE: Dining room set,
bedroom set. Pre radio and pick pickup,
up, pickup, refrigerator, wicker set, fas
stove. Call 1 158 Colon.
FOR SALE: Child's crib, pot potted
ted potted plants. Oriental rug I 0 l 2',
4-burner gas stove, lamps, Grand
Father clock, china closet. Tclc-
.1 a ccn
FOR SALE: Stateside living,
dining, bedroom and kitchen fur furniture.
niture. furniture. Mahogany bar and Laun Laundromat.
dromat. Laundromat. Call Panama 3-5404.
No. 52. Apt. 3. Dr. Alberto Na Navarro
varro Navarro Street, El Cangrejo.
FOR SALE: Beautiful mahoga mahogany
ny mahogany bar with upholstered chairs,
glass liquor cabinet with three
mirrors. A real bargain. Cash or
terms. Potted plants, baby high
chair, small dining table. Phone
3-1024, 2-4902.
FOR SALE: Kenmore automatic
washing machine. 60-cycle, used
short time, excellent condition,
$210. Call Balboa 2-3460.
FOR SALE: Large console G.E.
radio-phonograph, excellent cab cabinet,
inet, cabinet, cost $400. sell for $75.
Phone Balboa 2-3173
FOR SALE: 8-ft. Westinghouse
refrigerator, perfect running
condition, needs paint, $55 pay payable
able payable 2 installments. Phone 3 3-2224.
2224. 3-2224. WANTED
Miscellaneous
WANTED: To buy or rent a
child's piano-accordion; also ad adjustable
justable adjustable dress form 36. Panama
3-4179.
On The Alleys. .
CLASSIC LEAGU E
Team Standings
El Panama Hotel .
Austin-Nash
Resaturante Skychef
Seymour Agency .
The victories scored by Sey
mour Agency over Restaurante
Skychef and Austin-Nash over
El Panama Hotel by three to one
margins nartwed the gap be between
tween between first and last place.
Harry Colbert and Ted Meian
l.rf o.,, 1 .. I. lk.1,,
win ov'S
while Bud Balcer was hiahscor-M
u;hil R,iH RaWr ,e hio.hsr.nr
"5",w
'
165
157
4921
517
4941
510!
605:
Zeletes 188
Welch 178
171
171
194
204
158
145
139
224
Lane ...177
905 823 26131
190 155
McGarvey
.164 182 181
Larrabee ....151 180 IBS
Melanson ...164 223 185
Aqa
572
813
Colbert 189 215 209
857 990 898 2745
Chuck Almeda and Earl Best
of Austin-Nash were too much
for Billy Coffey of El Panama
Hotel and El Panama Hotel 'ost
two points from their league
lead'.
Austin-Nash
Stephens
Thomas V
Almeda
Jacober
Best
..160
,.173
..202
t .210
,245
147
165
220
175
170
166
169
222
203
191
473
507
644
588
60S
990
PI Panama Hntel-
Wilber ..-..,..181
Feger .. .... ..162
Boyer ,181
Lowande ,.,.191'
Coffey 212
877 951 2718
175
185
159
192
223
161
186
167
168
192
517
533
517
551
627
937 834 872 2745 1
PACIFIC COSMOPOLITAN
MIXED LEAGUE
Team Standings
, Termites 31' '2 19'
Tasco . 29 22
Braniff Airways 27'2 231'"
Seymour Agency ....27 24
Yankees 24';. 2fi''2
Caribs 24'2 26
Sleepers .21 30
I Dehlmger's Agency
19 -32
'Mixed League when Dehllnger's
Agency lauea to pui a iun leam
on the alleys and won three
points with ease. Billy Coff?y
rolled highest for the Terml'."s
and Bob Toland the same 'or
lead ln the Paeific Cosmopqlitan
The Termites increased their
Dehlinger's Agency.
Seymour Agency picked up
one-half point on Braniff Air Airways
ways Airways by beating the Sleepers
two to one. The two "Bills'
! Jamison and Jacober led Sey Sey-i
i Sey-i mour Agency while Al Minor was
not a "sleeper'' for the Sleepers.
! The Yankees moved Into a tie
with the Caribs by winning their
'match 2'V to one game re re-i
i re-i suiting in a tie. Ted Schmidt
I was high man for the Oaribs
and Ear! Bet and Dick Soystei
led the Yankees.
1 Braniff Airwavs held Tasco to"
an even break for the night
each team garnering a point
and one-half. Ken .Woodcock
scored the most for Braniff Air

ways wnne jsua uaicer was nign: for rood or beverage at tne
man for Tasco. 'hotel counts as a vote and the

FOR SALE
Automobiles
FOR SALE: 1950 Hudson four four-door,
door, four-door, excellent condition, radio.
Duty paid. Phone 2-1594 or 2-
3550.

FOR SALE: 1954 Austin Se Sedan,
dan, Sedan, perfect condition, $750
cash. Phone 3-6550.
FOR SALE: 1950 Packard 4 4-door
door 4-door Sedan, low mileage, good
condition, new paint and seat seat-covers,
covers, seat-covers, radio with front and rear
speaker, $700. House 769-C,
San Pablo Street. Balboa.
FOR SALE: 1954 Cadillac
Coupe, excellent condition, low
mileage, radio and white side side-wall
wall side-wall tires, power steering, power
brake. If interested phone Cris Cristobal
tobal Cristobal 3-1248.
FOR SALE: 1948 Fordor Ply Plymouth,
mouth, Plymouth, good condition, $225.
Phone Navy 3485
FOR SALE: CHEVROLET PAN PANEL
EL PANEL HALF TON, 1952 model,
perfect condition. Phone 2-4902.
FOR SALE: 1 949 Nash, good
condition, $200. Call 2-4471.
FOR SALE: 1953 Chevrolet
two-tone, 4-door, 16,000 miles,
$1200. Phone 2-1819.
FOR SALE: Beautiful 1955
Chevrolet sedan, 4-door, two two-tone,
tone, two-tone, leather upholstery, radio,'
white sidewall tires, automatic
changes. Duty paid. Used three
months. Price $2200, Ancon
Boulevard Street No 458. Tele Telephone
phone Telephone 2-1408.
Mrs. Louise Brown
Dies; Funeral
Tomorrow Afternoon
Mrs. Louise CClafani Brown, a SI
! I.ucian resident of
Panama City.
rlil vo.l,vln,- In c,n, Tl,

in ''( i Vi i i 1 today, l tic luc -short ci v was
45.-27 .Hospital, bhe was bO years old. 'shivering under a covering of
3636; .snow.
33-39!,; ;fnn m l i Mavor Ro,,er( Waner a"
30-42 1 ?,mo"(7 aternoon at 3.30 in S ;Pd settlement of the strike at Ci-
Christophers Church. Burial will... Han wherp rr.n.-niaiiv ..fi

;lollow ln Jardln dc 1az Cemetery.

'cK i. k i,.. v, u jiers and 3d0 fuel dealers had been
She Is survived by her husband noor,t;0tinn u .u

Ct nm vYim?. I Mn citi2ens eomm'ttee and medi
Urs Mrs Hddv Arrhlr Mrs p" ators, since Monday.
milv Powell anrifA Katv Cran."' .A.,wage ?,pem end-
tniiy I owcll ana Mis. Katy Crant eti the waikoul was reached at
(in C.S.); brother. Isadore (Wil-:o. m ar i;, .;.

I'" l .O.J, UIUU
Adnan and other relatives
r , (
iDiscooal Acolvles
m
To Observe Feast
Of Patron Saint

I tsions ior emergency aeuvery. we Relieve our own vaccine to.
534 i Acolytes of the Episcopal dioee-' In view of weather bureau pre-! be preferable to any made in oth oth-siijse
siijse oth-siijse will commemorate the Feast dictions of continued snow today ier countries, and it is not proposed

of St. Vincent, their patron Saint,
with a special service at St. Paul'si
Church on Sunday at 7 p.m., when
acolvles from the various church
es on the Pacific side will be on

hand to participate in the cele-i exhausted despite provisions for e e-bration.
bration. e-bration. j mergency delivery.
In view of weather bureau pre pre-Rev.
Rev. pre-Rev. Jon Spear of St. Peter's: dictions of continued snow today
Chrch, La Boca, will Dreaeh thejand sub-freezing temperatures
snecial sermon for the occasion.: through the weekend, city officials

after which there will be a solemn1
procession of Acolytes and Clergy,

St. Paul's chapter will admit a Department heads had b e e n driving lessons. McGarvey said the LONDON Jan. 20 (UP) The
candidate who has served h i s scheduled to report to the mayor three-day school-was created to Soviet Communist organ Pravda
ppriod of probation at the service on the extent of public distress' make state police "the safest dirv- today blasteu the latest publica publica-of
of publica-of Holy Eucharist at 9 a.m. this morning. I ers possible." lion of Yalta documents bv the

Carnival Enthusiasm Mounting

; feme; ;
I 1"" """ I I

Miss JULIE ALVARADO

Carnival enthusiasm Is mount-
ing dally throughout the city as
discussions take place over who
wmiM make the best Carnival,
Queen at Hotel El Panama. Per
sonallty and gaiety are musts
fnr thB'ttirl who is to reien with
her court' over, the four 4-day
Carnival festivities in February
land candidates Liz Suazo and
Julte Alvarado have Doth.
1 On weekends every cent spent

MISCELLANEOUS

ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS
BOX 2031. ANCON. C.Z.
BOX 121 1. CRISTOBAL. C.Z.
REPAIRING i washing machines,
refrigerators and all kinds of
electric accessories and general
painting. Isthmian Work Shop,
Phone 3-3308. Via Espana 57.
REPAIR, refinish all kind Rattan
furniture. Guaranteed workman workmanship.
ship. workmanship. Special prices. Jimmy, 2 2-1001
1001 2-1001 Panama.
FOR SALE
Miscellaneous
FOR SALE: 8" Craftsman table
saw with 1 -hp. motor $80 with
motor, $50 without; 6" Crafts Crafts-,man
,man Crafts-,man Jo.'ner with 'i-hp. motor,
$80 with motor, $60 without;
15" disk sender and 4" drum
Sander combination with ', j-hp.
motor and suction system for
sawdust $40. All motors 25-cy-cle.
House 769-C, San Pablo St.,
Balboa.
FOR SALE: B.ittle Creek health
builder massage machine, like
new Phone 3-4619.
FOR SALE: Office equipment:
Steel desks, wooden desks, chairs,
safes, fluorescent lamps, V-X
cables, doors, etc. Phone 2-4902
FOR SALE: TWO ADMIRAL
AIRCONDITIONING UNITS M
ton, practically new. Reasonable
prices. Monthly payments possi possible.
ble. possible. Phone 2-4902
Fuel Truckers End
4-Day Strike As
Jnow Coyers w (iy
WW YORK Ton on iroi a i
Cmr-Ha,. fi ,.',., j
... Uw....,, ,u t .U
1 3 000 fuc, oi, and coa, truck driv

....... u v(,vui- ,,init ii uTca itfl uiii;iii iu Hie
ling session. Wagner had ordered I brilliant pioneer work carrieed out
i the board of health to stand by I in America," Turton said, "it is
I lo declare a state of emergency if not quite the same as the Amen Amen-;
; Amen-; the strike was not settled by 1! can vaccine.
;a,m. 1
' The end of the strike signalled! "The improvement is due to the
the resumption of coal and oil j achievements of two British nanu nanu-:
: nanu-: deliveries to homes, office build-If acturers working in cooperation

mgs ana institutions whose sup
plies had run low or. in some cas
es. been exhausted despite provi-
i and sub-ireezing temperat u r e
through the weekend, city off!
cials greeted the end of the strike
with relief. I
Department heads had been
greeted the end of the strike with
relief
supporters of the
politely ask hotel
their votes.
.
candidates
guests for

- j The two candidates will flyarraga will alternate for danc-

via vierovias ranama Airways
(APA) to Miami on Jan. 30 to
spend four days at the luxurious!
Miami Colonial. Hotel. While,
there the Queen will be inter
viewed on TV. and i bv news
papers.
The secon-a counting oi votes
will take place on Saturday

RESORTS

Gramllch't Santa Clara Beach
Cottages. Modern conveniences,
moderate rates. Phone Gamboa
6-441.
FOSTER'S COTTAGES. One mile
past Casino. Lew rates. Phone
Bolboa 1866.
PHILLIPS Oceonside Cottages,
Santo Clara. Box 435, Balboa.
Phone Panama 3-1877. Cristo Cristobal
bal Cristobal 3-1673.
Shrapnel's furnished heuses on
beach at Santa Clara. Telephone
Thompson, Balboa 1772.
Wanted to Buy
WANTED TO BUY: Collins
75A-I receiver, must be clean
condition. Phone KZ5WZ, Jjl Jjl-boa
boa Jjl-boa 2-3173.
Help Wanted
WANTED: Maid, Vi-day, 4
days a week. Phone 3-6781,
WANTED: Experienced nurse nursemaid
maid nursemaid with references to care for
two small children. Must live in.
Apply at Martin, S.A., Justo A A-rosemena
rosemena A-rosemena Ave No. 37-11, near
Cristo Rey Church, during the
hours of 9 a.m. to 12 noon and
2 to 4 p m.
FOR SALE
Roats & Motors
FOR SALE: 30' sloop, sleeps 4
below, 2 above. 1955 Universal
25-horse. auxiliary 1953 sails.
Excellent condition Ready to go.
Call Cristobal 3-10651307.
British Scientists
Claim Polio Serum
'BellerThanSak
1 t
, v. L ll.ri-Brl-,
tlsn scientists have developed a
Polio vaccine batter than the Salk
serum made in the United States
"'e "ealth Ministry announced aSU
night.
l Health Minister Robert II. Tur-
i ton said at least 500,000 children
i. u "i
l cinated before the summer but
substantial quantities will not be
available until the end of the year,
..u;u;i L.
iwitn the Medical Kcsearch Coun-
i cil.
s; to import vaccine from abroad.
State Police Take
Lessons In Driving
ALBANY, N.Y., Jan. 20 (L'P)r-
All New York state police, ud to
and including Supt. Francis S
McCarvey, are going to got some
at El Panama
Miss LIZ SUAZO
night (not Friday as previously ;
announced) in the patio of Eli
; Panama. The- 'orchestras of i
I Clarenrp Martin and T.uchn Az-:
te for danc
nrv-rarnlvnl
ing. as usual m
fiestas: hnth Lizzie and Julie
will dance the tamborito, and
will lead the fun. Result of the
- i voting will be annoupced dur
- 1 ine the evening. Hnd it is said
i that competition is very close.1
(Mercurio)

FOR RENT
Apartments

ATTENTION G. I.I Just built
modern furnished apartments, 1,
2 bedrooms, hot, cold water.
Phone Panama 3-4941.
FOR RENT: Beautifully fur furnished
nished furnished apartment one bedroom,
, large porch, dining room and
kitchen, bath and hot water For
married couple without children.
Apply personally to Cuba Avenue
No. 38-29, next to Comisariato
Don Bosco.
FOR RENT: l-bedroom apart apartment,
ment, apartment, completely independent.
Jose de Fabrega Avenue No. !2
I Pasadena I, from 5 p.m. to 7
p.m.
FOR RENT: Two large rooms,
apartment in new building: hot
water, neatly finished. Avenida
Jose Fco de la Ossa (Automobile
Row) in front Firestone Ricar Ricar-do
do Ricar-do A. Miro, S.A., Phone 2-3436.
AMERICAN Army couple would
like to share their apartment
with childless G.I. couple. Apt.
5, Bldg 63 4th July Ave.
FOR RENT: Modern apartment,
furnished, for 3 months. 52nd
Street No. 21-4, Campo Alegre.
3-6398.
FOR RENT: Two-bedroom fur furnished
nished furnished apartment, maid's room,
garage. Federico Boyd Avenue
and 51st Street. Phone 3-4507.
FOR RENT: Furnished apart apartment,
ment, apartment, Army inspected, all screen screened.
ed. screened. Via Espana, house before
Juan Franco.
FOR RENT: Modern two-bedroom
apartment in Bella Vista,
51st Street No 42. Call Zubie Zubie-ta.
ta. Zubie-ta. phone 3-3337.
FOR RENT: Unfurnished mod modern
ern modern and beautiful two-bedroom
apartment, hot water and garage.
Information: Phone 3-5322.
FOR RENT: Beautiful yiew,
completely furnished apartment:
2 bedrooms, studio, etc., hot wa water
ter water Call 3-3421.
FOR RENT: Spacious 2-bedroom
penthouse. Bolivar Build Building,
ing, Building, 52nd Street and Federico
Boyd. 'Telephone 2-1661.
FOR RENT: Spacious 2-bed-room
apartment. Riviera Build Building,
ing, Building, 46th Street and Justo Are Are-semena.
semena. Are-semena. Telephone 2-1661.
FOR RENT: Spacious 1 -bedroom
apartment. Bolivar Build Building,
ing, Building, 52nd Street and Federico
Boyd. Telephone 2-1661.
FOR SALE
Real Estate
FOR SALE: Houses in Santa
Clara, fully furnisned. Leaving.
Must sell. Phone 6-441.
FOR SALE: Bargain: 3 hectar hectar-es
es hectar-es of land, level at El Valle. For
information, Phone 2-3137.
Pravda Says Yalta
Documents Falsify
Fad, Aid Cold War
Li.S. State Department as "falsif "falsification
ication "falsification of history in the service of
! Ihe cold war."
i In an article broadcast by Radio
i Moscow and monitored here Prav-
!da referred to the December re-i

lease in Washington of the final
;! installment of official papers on
-j 1 the Big Three conference att Yal Yal-.la
.la Yal-.la in February, 1945.
The conference was attended by
. President Franklin D. Roosevelt,
; for the U.S., Prime Jtinister Win

ston Churchill for Britain and Pre Pre-tmier
tmier Pre-tmier Joseph Stalin for the Soviet
i Union.
i Pravda said that the American
i documents published last month
'had the "same unseemly aim" as
j, publication of the wst Yalta pap-
1 ers in March of last year.
I Rv Fill Fninpmir
IOWA CITY, Iowa, Jan. 20 (UP)
The second flu epidemic in re recent
cent recent weeks broke out today at a
University of Iowa girl's dormi dormitory.
tory. dormitory. Ten of the 150 coeds there
reported ill Tuesday and the
" number rose to 40 yesterday. A
few weeks ago a flu epidemic
broke out at a men's dormitory.
.
WOLF- WOLF!
;
1 vi.Kwu.N, m. (UP)
Ted Shreve knows there are
wolves the four-legged kind in
this area. Driving home from work
recently ms car headlights picked
'Up a wolf running down the middle
of the highway. .Shreve ran the
varmint down with his auto. He
says ne nas seen three other
wolves running together,

FOR RENT
Rooms

FOR RENT: Small bedroom fur- I
nished foe tingle person. Apply
personally te Cuba Avenue No.
38-29, next to Comisariato Don 1
Bosco.
FOR RENT: Furnished bedroom
with porch, bath, hot water and
available food; for married cou- j
pie without children. Apply per personally
sonally personally to Cuba Avenue No. 38- j j-29,
29, j-29, next to Comisariato Don
Bosco.
FOR RENT: Large furnished
room. American couple. Kitch Kitchen
en Kitchen privilege, refrigerator, etc. j
Bus stop near. 31st Street 9.
FOR RENT; Furnished room in
Paitilla for bachelor or childless j
couple. Phone Panama 3-4447.
WANTED
Houses I
WANTED: House suitable for
diplomatic mission, 4 bedrooms,
3 bathrooms in Bella Vista P.O.
Box 577 Panama.
FOR RENT
Miscellaneous
FOR RENT: Spacious locale,
ground. Justo Arosemcna Ave Avenue
nue Avenue No. 37-11. Inquire 37th
Street No. 4-23.
FOR RENT: MODERN locale,
recently built, suitable for store,
office. Facing National Stadium.
Phone 3-6168, Mr. Alcides Gar Garcia
cia Garcia Correa
10 P
' U U

TIME TO BUY...
Hundreds to choose from!

5' 5

14

Mercurys, Lincolns, and the
English Fords are driving out!
That means... We've traded!
We're loaded... with "Priced
Right"... USED CARS...

This Week's
LUCKY BUYER SPECIAL
'51 BUICK CONVERTIBLE . $ 795

'54 HILLMAN Convertible .... 1150.
'53 MERCURY Convertible 1575.
'53 CHEVROLET Fordor 1350.
'52 FORD Fordor 995.
'51 OLDSMOBILE Fordor 795.
'50 OLDSMOBILE Club Coupe 495.
'50 BUICK Fordor ........ 295.

FAST FRIENDLY FINANCING

7

Brings you the Lottery Drawing!
SUNDAYS. .10:55 A. M.
HOA: 1090 KCS Panama 1230 KCS Colon

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Colon
446

FOR RENT
Houses

FOR RENT: Chalet: 3 bed bedrooms,
rooms, bedrooms, hot water. 47th Street,
Bella Vista. Phone Fort Clayton
4289 office hours, after Curun Curun-fu
fu Curun-fu 5118.
FOR RENT: 2-bedroom chal chalet:
et: chalet: garage, etc. 50th Street No.
50, facing "II Baturro." Tele Telephone
phone Telephone 3-3377.
FOR RENT: 2-apartment chal chalet,
et, chalet, double services. 18th Street,
Rio Abajo. Don Eastman, Parai Parai-so,
so, Parai-so, Phone 4-167.
Position Offered
WANTED: Experienced Spanish-English
stenographer, perma permanent
nent permanent position, adequate remuner remuneration.
ation. remuneration. Phone 2-3483.
APPLICANTS for Army Service
Club Director (women) desired:
Preferably tingle; between ages
26 and 40; graduate accredited
college; United States citizen.
May substitute for college expe experience
rience experience in social, recreational or
similar organisations. Call Staff
Service Club Director, 87-5203,
Special Services, USARCARIB,
Fort Clayton.
WANTED: Teacher in Spanish
language, twice a week. Phone
3-6781 between 5-7 p.m. Sat Saturday.
urday. Saturday. WANTED: Part-time shorthand
secretary in English. Phone 3 3-6781
6781 3-6781 between 5-7 p.m. Satur Saturday.
day. Saturday. MOW K THE
Colpan Reconditioned
Colpan Safety Checked
Colpan Guaranteed
ki r J-
t .New roras,
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SI. Luke's Lisls
Schedule 01 Events
for Convocation

Saturday, Feb. 4. the 3(ilh an annual
nual annual convocation of the Episcopal

Missionary Diocese of the Canal (
Zone will! convene at the Cathe Cathedral
dral Cathedral of St. Luke, Ancon, and will HOLLYWOOD (NEA) Hollv Hollv-open
open Hollv-open with a choral celebration of wood L'ncensorcd: lugrid Bergma'n
hoiy Communion at 8:30 a,m. still "poison" at the box office''
The Rt. Rev. R. lleber Gooden,i Biggest behind-the-scenes Hollv Hollv-S.
S. Hollv-S. JT. D., vvill be the celebrant aim WOo( hassle of 1955, it now can be

picsiuc over me sessions
vocation.

HOUYlfjnam

th MOVIES TV KAD',0 H p j
Ml by Erskine Johnson j Y

of con-

roles since her marriasc

MacMurrav she

mind about being

ft'ii make nrrsnna

Expectant Mother,

boy rrnd Booked

In Husband Slaying i
FLINT. Mich.. Jan. 20 fUPl
An expectant mother and her 25
year-old boyfriend were booketl on:
suspicion of murder today in the;

c to Frp1sll0utfng of her nusband. ;

phan'm,i K.i l'oiice Lapt. Loren Herturth an-'

a nun-but she notmced he was holding Mrs. Bet-'

it ivciii, c, dim utr uu iritim, wn-i

World Coinage

Answer to Previous Puizle

ACROSS
1 French coin
4 Chief gold
coin of
Moslems
9 Bulgarian
coin
12 Sea eagle
13 Idolize
: 14 Fourth

DOWN
1 Signets
2 Emballished
3 Monetary unit
of the
States is the
dollar
4 Dibble
5 Notions

6 Demigoddess

aTu t o o i s e h.
rAr s k "', S S k "mo?
o E e Ifc. 2 5 W A
s. I pT1 T
ft A S m.6 t Ajip Ml R W
" L. E g & g T
JIe eo"" t
" erst nonk

appearances

f The Diocese includes the Repub Republics
lics Republics of iicaragua, Colombia, Coita
j Rica, Panama, and the Canal
iZone from which both clerical and
lay delegates will be m atten atten-;
; atten-; dance.

of

sion oi

Willi him ,n n;.:,.. nam Tlmmas al'tpr thp nrplt- hm.

told, took place among high brass I new movie. lor a nette underwent a second lie de-'

ai juin tenuiry-i'ox over tne ninns Net in th Script- R-i c. ;., lector test.

lngnd to star in the lilin vcr- ahnut fn)Mr An.Ll. u. .: ;,'",c1m I

estranged wife: 'Xnthino iuin hi Mrs- Kehl's husband. Robert. 3i.

,, ... I settled until I return from a three was falal!y wounded Monday night
The studio, some of the high; month European vacation- Mavho a Person she described as a!
executives argued, was taking a absence will make the heart "i Granger. She said the stranger I

uiS ujii uctauBt; uignu iidsii i uceu rone er " lorcetl her to drive her nuarpttp-'

. 'salesman husband to the death j
Eva Mane Saint has ir,in,i .u: scene.

Arabian caliph 7 Get up

15 Blackbird 8 Unit of

16 Hazard
17 Blemish
13 Slat
20 Reply (ab.)
21 "Buy it for

19Treaters 38 Protective
21 Disperses covering
23 Proper name 39 Scottish
2S Concealed teacake
29 Pronoun 40 Rigorous

30 Rough lava 41 Strong carts

44 Musical

composition

SPRAY-ON DRESSING A transparent, plastic bandage is
sprayed on a wound after surgery in a Cincinnati, Ohio, hospital.
The spray-on dressing allows a surgeon to study surgical wounds
during recovery' without removing the bandage. The bandage
sticks to the skin, drying in about 30 seconds, but it won't stick
to the raw wound itself.

;i won i taiK set. She s nixing all
itan magazine interviews . Audie
i Murphy has a syndicate interested

in buying 'The Red Badge of Cour

age, lilined six years aao. for a

: reissue to cash m nn th momj.

breaking box-ofiice hit, "To Hell
and Hack ''

There's a solid reason

Herfurth refused to disclose the

results of the lie test or to explain
the booking of Thomas who had;
been released after apparently
clearing himself in an earlier lie'
test. i
Kehl was shot to death in a lone lonely
ly lonely dump ground near the citv's

; skinned

was

stranger

and had a

the assailant.

who wore
black jacket

Solon Terms Natural Gas Bill
Give-Away Proposal For A Few

WASHINGTON. Jan. 20 (UP) Job. I think it will take

-San. J. William MUM'igm iu- lour years.
Ark i said tndav the United Stales; Other comments on

fapps so manv "uroblems it cannot conference included

afford to have "a part-time pres president."
ident." president." He made the statement on com commenting
menting commenting on President Eisenhow Eisenhower's
er's Eisenhower's news conference remark that
he would have tojregulate his ac activities
tivities activities carefully to avoid exces excessive
sive excessive fatigue.
"I may be partisan, Fulbright
said, "but I don't think the coun country
try country can afford a part-time presi president
dent president in a period of international
tension m well teiBid rahljB
domestic problems, such as agri-
pnltiirp

Fulhrieht did not suggest out- of candidacy.

rioht that, the President should re-; Sen. Milton R

sien as he did in 1946 when form-

Sen. Frank' Carlson (R-Kan).
.Mr. Eisenhower indicated "he is
giving serious consideration to his
own personal problems and the fu future
ture future of the nation." Carlson had
previously predicted the Presi President
dent President would run.
Sen. Styles Bridges (R-N.H.)
Mr. Eisenhower's action was the
"normal, natural thing for the
President to do." He said the Pres President
ident President was "particularly frank"
about his h e alt.lE,.an4.. about -as

serting that today's :tion should

not be costrued as a

forgiven by certain groups for

: walking out on hubby and skipping
The schedule for convocation. 0ff to Italy with Roberto Rossellini.
week is a follows: Tuesday, Jan., the Italian film director.
31, Clergy Picnic at St. Andrew's

Church, tocoli, at 5 p.m.; wed. Sonic theater circuits, according
Feb. 1, Holy Communion at 7 J0; to Daily Variety, were polled bv
a.m. lollovved by breakfast and a the studio and said thev would

I meeting of the Clcncus, Dept. ot refuse to plav the picture
'Social Relations, at 2 p.m. and'

i dinner at 7 P.m. loilowetl t)y a R,,t Prndiielum JWs nrrvl

, ..f ri f .... s a auuu reason mnnpv in

mecung oi u.e ui ;anucK was wining lo UKe the! the bank-for Hollvwnn,i' n ,7 edge. His wife told police a "dark

ami ruum-iij, iim.ou-.., iiiaucc, anu casiuig oi iiiKriu in r p nf rpmaLinn i. skinnpri
Holy Communion at 8:30 a m fol- thc role finally wass approved. l, rf !n 'd. "ovle(mfVgiasses
WpH hv District Meeting of the' HF .ineres a lack of story material ia?sc?

! Woman's Auxiliary with Mrs. Rex.' Many stars high in box-office. nu goklen Proof that remakes,

iScllens-, presiding, dinner 6:30 popularity polls have survived di
I p.m. followed by District Youth vorce headlines and worse "scan "scan-Convention:
Convention: "scan-Convention: Fridav, Feb. 3, Holy 'dais" if fngrid's "Love and Mar-

'Communion 7:30 a.m. Dept. ofiriage" problems qualify in
Christian Education, Woman's category with some people.
' Auxiliary, afternoon meeting of; -,

UipDeDt of Missions, evenning Bis Gene Autry is planning a film-

loo's Reception, Hote

i j A Pnvnpntlnn SPt'V- Pinprl hp' thp tune

I r .. 0:1.!U. -t iir:ii r, i ...III -1.... nClPhflllKP fnr tlirninrt rl,M,rr i'Dn!

I ice of Choral communion, disuup ; u,ie roie. wiu nugers, jr., wm juay i --- uh i m
illooden Celebrant, 8:30 a.m. Sun-i his famed humorist Pop in the!; f' ,L on advice of career pilots

Hav Feb 5 guest preacners aijproaucuon, wnicn wm oe ouagcieu w omnii iui

JJU: V wv: Mo is Ada RavfoT r ',,sir !?id today he received a request

anuinri uiSiriCl missiuiiai V Jl, v - -- ,;,i, n u i- i.B,

Koo i0linm upnera oubUC invli- Li ian Koth s lite slorv. I crv --"-" ."" iwra iu oiarK

the news (,f; Monday, Feb. 6 to 8 clergy re-Tomorrow," has Susan llayward's

treat at the new Church comer-'name on the Hps ot everyone as a

good ones, can make more monev
than the originals,
"The Magnificent Obsession"

'that zoomecl box-office figures to
,heights never reached by the orig original
inal original film, which launched Robert

layior on his starring career

Hotel Tivoli; $a- biography of himself and has de- e,?c,eo $: luscious Kim

Convocation Serv- cided he's the type to play 'uv.dK n lne coiumoia studio

Advance Inquiries
On Body-Shipping
Confuse Officials

i NEW ORK, Jan. 20 (UP) -A
Trans-Canada Airlines oificia!

reluctan-:-;
S Miss who
glorified
the sarcne

10 Large African 33 Repugnant

a antelopes 34 Rounded

22 Rises in vapor U Constellation 36 Nautical term 47 Edge

24 Portuguese in the zodiac 37 Trapper 48 Observe
monetary unit

26 Girl's name
27 Auricles
28 Arid
30 Deed
31 Prevarication
32 Coin minting
is an
33 Bread spread
35 Congers
38 Embellishes
40 London street
42 Body parts
43 Folding bed
45 Cicatrix
46 Extinct bird
47 Stout cords
49 Masculine
appellation
50 Not in 1
51 Habituate
52 Napoleonic
marshal
53 Royal Society
of Edinburgh
(ab.)
54 Intervening
55 Grains (ab.)

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38 l
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5T" 5 "T!
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Mamba.

ama.

'from Vancouver, B.C., liscMon-

.day for an estimate of the cost

of shipping a body by boat tram

Hal March and Candy Term arelNew: York t0 rfl Aviv, Israel.

a r ebruarv wpr r line in niicr e. mimuci ui

Scout News

i several producers lor a

;back.

sted

fnnu, ir, a l ara in ran-1 nncih p l israr u-innpr anl l.

r m iiiepnwicn. i onn hut rnerp pnn ri tlv ,tc

mm vumc-i, .: :. ; r ,i,.,..n l ..Hk --,u

De a nitcn. candv s hubDv. sinEerjlluul'uauu" ciumS
Mel Tnrme. has not annrnved her dates for various ships.

Lillian's last picture was "TakCjPans for a "quickie" divorce in; A second message then fr fr-a
a fr-a Chance." now an ironic title. Shelada. jfiyecl, saying:
took a chance on letting MGM filmi Thi. if Las Vegas, Mrs, Jones:! Funeral director now advises

her sordid life story-"on location I seamstress win ne on mane wu-.uimuiy uck w "r'u

son s navrou wnen sne ODens ai me uu nving wnu u.in w

IBS Elects
New OHinrs
lc the annual meeting of the
Local Council, Intel national Boy
Scoms ci the Canal, held at the

new .stout Shack U Rsinoow city

ms.

in her soul ana u s paying Dig
dividends.
Jun Hvr has nixed all movie

j,.ir(irtn last Sunday, presided uy

uvt-iaiaiivu - , ,rti.ft 0

tills L. gawctHl, can u mu no
i ,b;t 'a criterion, them the auairs of the

I think the President is taking a I organization is one tor a good it

r President Truman was in the realistic position as to his health.

iiihit, uahcp and the Reuublicans, While manv. ineludins mvself.

"IUIC .,,,.., u a. ; i,i ... t .,,.,! a rem e.sentins

won COnirOl OI Ulllin-sf- wuuiu imc iw mm uin, i nuum - r - c
" JiT:. wc pf rwrowk- h io.t in mm Hp op i f L'aiiiza tion on bout sides of

nOnre OUiei llliniiwtio w v"e--"'i nit irjl iu wigv mm iu .1,0 ,

nni smoom sauillK ouimg wjv

j Witn 47 memoers in attendance

every unit ot tne or-

t li e

were able to read political' signif-;he felt he was not physically able., isthmus, consiueraD c du umm oi
m,. wisenhnwer'siT wpniH h,m hie final nLicinn 'vital importance to tne oi gamza-

icaucc r--.. ... was nea t with in

ot serene coraiah-

Rio Abajo Church
To Hold Revivals

into Mr. Kisentiower s 1 1 would hope

comment about bis helath. But the would not be

interpretation- placed on it gener-

lly depended on the pouucai
affiliation of the interpreter.
Sen. John J. Sparkman of Ala Alabama,
bama, Alabama, 1W2 Democratic vice pres- 1
dential nominee, said, "it looks
to me as if he has been telling
hit Republican colleagues in an t
oblique way that he won't run." )
Rut- one ReDublican colleague,!

Sen. Barry M. Goldwater of Ari-j
zona, said today'.s developments
did not change his belief that a-J
Eisenhower will seek a second
term.' ".

"I have felt all along tnat ins
sense of duty would prevail," Gold Gold-water
water Gold-water said. "He is dedicated to
eettine the country out of a soci

alist trend and has done a good

Iran (racks Down
On Anti-British
Religious Leader

his final decision! vital importance

too lone delaved."'lwns progress was

. jan atiuospiiere

'UP i

TEHERAN. Iran. .Tan 5(1

The pro-western government of ocout Lommissiotier, re-wecieu.

Iran cracked down on its opposition,
today with the arrest of anti-! The officers-elect were unmcdia unmcdia-British
British unmcdia-British religious leader Mullah teiy uiMaueu witn an impressive
Sayed Kashant and the execution1 etieniony conaucieu oy iue Kev.
of four Moslem fanatics. uouii a. Spaiama M iusialiaing
A truckload of soldiers surround-j masiei. iuu we v. bpalumg, can caned
ed caned the home of the Mullah, who ier m the meeuiig. was jjiven a

I backed former Premier Moham-iwann welcome wucn ne tniereu

Revival services at the Mnnte
Oscuro Road Church of Cod,
Rio Abajo. will be held Sunday,
Jan, 22, beginning at: 7:30 p.m.
For the special series, the serv services
ices services of the Rev. Larr.v DcShayes,
noted evangelist from the United

I States, have been secured.
! Kvery night from Sundav to

' Primarily among the matters, Sunday, with the exception of
jean wiui was u.e nomination, I Saturday Rev. DcShayes will

; i nction aim Uioianauuii ui uu'i-i-"' Ficatu, (jcliui singing ana lesii-

(,.., me. new leiui. imiis L. raw-.; monies

, cit was re-eiecieu prcsiueiit, Vvu-liam J.
uiaui Ariuur, secoiu: vice yresi-1 church,
Iuliu u. u. .. Liavis, seconu vice j tion for
'presiaent itooert 1. tins, tica-j

,nrei- ana uanies n. mmvi.

New Frontier. She'll be sewn into; be interred in Israel after death

her gowns before every perforin-JTheref ore, may be some time.

anee, 'before shipment moves."

ff

will be heard. Rev. Wil Wil-Hohnson.
Hohnson. Wil-Hohnson. pastor of the
has extended an invita-

all to attend.

NG TONG serves

CIILNESE UISIIES
at El Rancho Garden
5 P.M. ON

Christ For Youth
Plans Mass Rally

med Mossadegh, and arrested him anu tooK nis seat as ine insutu-1
to face charges arising from thenonai represenavive ot ine Local

imji assassinaxion or premier Ali;Louncii rcpresenuug me oi.;
lliazmara. 'niarys Churcii iroo ot wainbow;
I A top official said that one ofifiiy. Hilton u. I'erMiis, uuigomg!
the four leaders of the Fadavam Rei.nnn vice mesiueiu, suueivisew.

. The Christ for Youlh Fellowship! fanatic sect who were executed ; lle ejection yroceuure. i
of the Panama sector will go to j told authorities before he died that j I
Camboa tomorrow where they will jKashani had engineered all Iran-' The council's annual camporeej
hold ( mass open air rally at 7:30j ian political assassinations in thei siatea tor camp iiietu iroru iouay
p.m. .' last decade. iumu j,UnQay, was uiscussea aii
Speaker for the evening will boi Members of thc Islamic sect as-!jeDwh uue ni tne uncertainty or!
Karl Drysdale who is here on va-jsassinated Razmara on March 7,linc Jocai weather. Atter uue tie-!
cation from Costa Rica. Invitation! 1951, after he tried to reach agrec-11)Jcl.atl0I1 however, u was unam-i
has been extended to all Christ i merit -vith British authorities onl.nousiy agreed tnat me camporeej
for Youth fellows and the public; the Anglo-Iranian Oil Co. proper-L ,,.,,,) as Dianneu and ail uoopi

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o.iH leafiei-s nom Dem siues oi

tne lsmmus win converge ai the ;
camp site this evening tor tne
tnree-day outdoor acuvity uuuerj
itie auspices 01 me worm orgaiu- j
zation lur boys.
The appointment of Nathan S.j
Bryan as chairman ot the pro-i
gram and passing of various reso-;
ruaons were otner important mat matters
ters matters oeait witn ai tne meeting.
Unuer the heauing ot goou and,
wenare, trmuie was pam ic whom j
irioute was uue ior outstanamg
coninoutions to tne organization!
auring tne past year conciuaing,
wnn pleuges given oy tne new
slaif ot oiticcis ior a rigid cam-;
nfliim fiurine W56 for tn expan-i

siou of tne urganization' program

and auvancemeni oi ua .uuiHi.in.ii
progress. (
Bethlehem Church
Postpones Prog rem
The Bethlehem Chuch of I God
has announced the postponment of
a program scheduled for Sunday,
Jan. 22.
A hearty invitation has been ex extended
tended extended to all to attend its Harv

est Thanksgiving Service at 3 p.m.
Sunday Feb, 5. :

A L

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FRIDAT, JANUARY 29. 195
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Makes Loin Even Better
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am a
2-0 740 m JVUi Uimm JO 1 10 mff.
f ."v.ri ed wives of the members of the I
'Panama Canal Company at a I
-
- I- 1 luncheon at the Hotel El Panama
- 4 j today, while her husband, Govern-
? ; v ; or John S. Seyboid was host to a
.-; i s'ag luncneon held at the Tivoli
r
ii-.aiu oi Directors ot tne ranaraa;
I Canal Company.

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i Ambassador Returns
To Costa Kica

i Panamanian Ambasia dor to

Costa Rica and Mrs. Frank Mor-

iuitt, Jr., and their children have
.'returned to San Jose, Cost Ric,
: after spending a few days in Pa Pa-j
j Pa-j nama visiting relatives and friends.

To Vacation In France

Cultural Attache of the French
Embassy and Mrs. Henri Deleuze
sailed yesterday for F ranee, where
they will spend their vacations.

Wedding Rehearsal Supper
A buffet dinner was served last

'it
7t f.

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MM NT
. .iwp--yrry a ... pi-pimp -wwwiw-p n mm jgrr
: s t - i 1
- ---S. i J

evening at the home of Mr. and NEW OFFICERS OF ALBROOK OFFICERS' WIVES CUTB First row 1 to r- Mar. Tpn.-Pil
Mrs. William J. Dorgan, San Juan vice-president; Wanda Wagner, president; Fran Thompson, 2nd vice-president- Second row i
! Place, Ancon. The dinner was to i to r: Louise Hern, recording secretary; Emily Sink, corresponding secretary Gerry Saiz a: :
fete members of the wedding par-! sistant treasurer, and Irene Wilson, troasnrpr. s J' u y i5dl, as

LT. AND MRS. GERALD L. WINKLER of Ft Clayton, leaving
tiie chapel there following their marriage last Saturday. Mrs.
Winkler is the former Sigrid Charlotte Steuer.

ty following rehearsal for the ap-

proachuig marriage of their daugh daughter,
ter, daughter, Jeannine Marie to Mr. Wil William
liam William K. Carlin, Jr.. on Saturday,
5:30 n m at St. Marv's Church

I 'Balboa, to which all friends are

invited.

Gupsls indu(ed Migg Dorgan!
Mr. Carlia. Misses Erna Belle

iMcCarty and Mary Rose, Mrs.

Susan Boles, Mr. and Mrs. Hugh

Solons Read Political Significance
In Eisenhower's Remark On Health

Condemned Killer
Of Six Vanishes
From Indiana Jail

REGAL FARE it provided by the klnr of all pork cats, tbt Uin
roast IU tout? crust adds to the dcUcloasnrsa.

By GAYNOR MADDOX
NEA Food and Markets Editor
Good eating goes hand-in-hand Idav dinner n.a v, v

with penny-saving when pork is on j roast with mashed sweet potatoes,
the menu. The low Di-irps nn thklhutWoH i i. .. :

onu a lari-ana-cnsp
apple-orange-cranberry sld. This
homey, delightful meal is a rpal

WINKLFR-STEIER WEDDING HELD
AT FORT tLAVTON POST CHAPEL
The marriage ot Miss Sigrid Charlotte Steuer to Lt. Gerald
li. Winkler took place at Fort Clayton Post Chapel Saturday
afternoon. The bride, who is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
titcuer of Heilbronn, Germany, was given away by her brother-in-law
Major Victor A. Gray.

The bride wore a white broacarie

the menu. The low prices on this
nutritious and flavorful meat pro provides
vides provides first-aid to strained budgets.

The pork loin roast is the kinslinvittion in onnri ,(;

of the fresh pork roasts and is)
selling at economy prices. Some I Sage p0rk Roast
budget-minded homemakers have;

:found even greater economy in Three pounds pork loin roast 1
PRINCETON, Ind., Jan. 20 purchasing a whole loin and having i tablespoon cornstarch, U teaspoon
(UP) -Leslie Irvin, a condem- f,Tf cut cnoPs cut fl the "b sage, v teaspoon black pepper 1
ned killer accused of six "Chinese enij- i 10-ounce can consomme
execution style" slayings in two Ttie center m !S Prepared as a; Place pork roast on rack in open
states, vanished from the Gibson handsome pork loin roast and the roasitng pan. Roast in slow oven
county jail yesterday during a loin is boned for chop suey, mock; (325 degrees F.) for approximately
blindine snowstorm chicken Ices or for casserole ; mj hmm t aJZ n. :J

Sen. Barry Coldwater R-Ariz.l Sheriff fh Hnii ..m dishes. !tm.i

lion uiuo next weanesuaj ai ii;ou.imuvc on cucunvc icpnuuu ui v..o...v. 6" uicimsi was seen m nis cell about 9 lllr"r ul ul" uu". i roast meat thermometer Mix corn
A Panamaian menu will be serv- j natural gas prices. He added it, sast are high because of "poorjp.m. Wednesday. He was dis-sells for slightly higher price per ; starch, sage and iepper in a sauce-

eu, ana ineiuuers oi uie rjinun i iu i' m- --- p .uito.ui6 iuvcicu missing at ( a.m. h", ""i uy yunuaoms cu- pan (iraduallv dd

WASHINGTON, Jan. 20 (UP) I Sen. John 0. Pastore D R I

Smith, Messers James C a r 1 i n, i Sen. Charles E. Potter R-Mich.! another opponent of the bill charg-

ICharles McGlade and father Paul;Charged today the natural gas bill : ed that the "only purpose" behind
lLoeven. lis a "give-away proposal for the,it is to "raise gas rates." He said
i I benefit of a small special interest-gas producers have been "grip-
I Panamanian Luncheon group." He called it a threat tOiing" that they haven't been get-

iror uoctors wives .iiiee enterprise. ung snougn money.

The Doctors Wives uun win; rouer aeciarea me mu, oeing

hold a luncheon at the Panama : debated in the Senate, would re-

National School of Dancing will! jury" on the 29,000,000 natural gas companies, not high gas prices at A three-state alarm was sound-'tire loin. this choice section is; when blended stir and simmer

eu in inuiana. Illinois anr Kentn. at "ie uveiau iuw Lin.c.,ovpr hpa tnr c ,,

eive a orogram Mrs. Esquivel is; users wiio "have no choice as to, the wells.

chairman of the luncheon com-j where they buy their natural gas.'

be 1 The bill, backed by Senate uem uem-Ft.
Ft. uem-Ft. mocratic Leader Lyndon B. John Johnson
son Johnson Tex. Would exempt independ independ-'
' independ-' ent natural gas producers from
direct federal regulation.
1 As the Senate debated the issue

Al- for the fourth day Sen. Paul H

Mrs! Walter Becker of Trenton.. ble Wilbur lit Rm.iL 'inlia Chanter. Beta Sigma Phi was! Douglas D-Ill.. leading the. op

Illinois. His best man was I.t. Cnl-mf Hio Arm., m.. d..,,i... .- hold ut Hip rmunrtu (' h a d t e r position, announced he wi

- .... U iii-Kr-i HI (I

gown ana tingcrtip veil, bhe car- hecretarv Of the Armv mitte-.'. Reserations may

ried baby orchids. Her sister Mrs. Entertained By President Imade by calling Mrs. Pence
Victor A. Gray wore dark turquoisi His Excellency President of the Clayton 5126.
brocade with white accessor i e s, Republic of Panama and Mrs Ri-
and carried a bouquet of gardenias cardo Arias were hostess for a APha Chapter
in her role as matron of honor., cockiail na'rlv last evonina Hi thJBeta Sigma Phi

The bridegriom is the son of Presidcncia. honoring the Honors-' The bi-monthly meeting of

onef Ricchard J. Rastctter

Chaplain Ernest Pcarsall offi officiated
ciated officiated at the ceremonv.

and

members of the Board of Direc-! House, Tuesday evening

tors of the Panama Canal Company.

lntro-

Afler the wedding, a reception Panama Canal Directors

was, nem ai tne rort Clayton Of- And Wives Feted
iicets' Club. 1 Mrs. John S. Sev

i TREASURE HUNT!

YOU ARE LWITEJ) TO TRY YOUR
LUCK AND SKILL AT A

Plans were discussed for the
participation of the chapter in the
Annual Curundu Fair to be held
Feb. 3 11. The chapter mem-

Mrs. John S. Seyboid entertain- ;bers will be responsible tor trie

iunciions OI one ui me uuvuij
booths. An interim election for
the office of Vice President was
held due to the departure for the
states of Connie Thompson. Ann
Maloney will serve in this Office
for the balance of the term.
It was announced by the Ways
and Means Committee that Ma Major
jor Major Van Ernst of Fort Clayton was
the winner of the December Char-

itv Ratfle. the proceeds ot tne

duce a substitute evidently aim

ed at killing the entire legislation
Doublas' substitute would ex

empt from federal control only

Red Germans Reveal

Hew Firing Routine;
Term II Mass Sport

BERLIN, Jan. 20-(UP East
German Communists said today

mass nnng practice has been in

small operators who produce lessitroaut,ed. in the Soviet, zone in

: REAL TREASURE HUNT
! ON JANUARY 28, 1956
j
; Each contestant is requested to register
' before starting the search. Consolation
: prizes of 1 king Coca Cola to each register register-ed
ed register-ed contestant when number is returned.
TREASURE HUNT ! TREASURE HUNT !
JANUARY 28

Forty paces south, forty paces west,
There's a Treasure hidden, Hidden from the rest.
Do you think you'll find it? Think you'll pass the test?
It's hidden in the golden sand snug within its nest.
Pearls are there and rings of gold
Silver coins -hard and cold.
Theorize goes to the brave and bold,
Tho' he is young or he is old.

Seventy miles away to the west, runs a road that's
hard and white,
You'll reach an Inn, a merry place where you can
' pass the night.
At dawn, as the sun puts forth its light
You start your search, be quick and right.
. Turn your 'face towards morning sun,
One mile to the Strand you run,
To a place 'where folks have fun,
Now your search is half begun.
Face the sea the morning light.

i urn yourseir men, to the right.
Thusly comes within your sight, and Island green
,the sea between and a jutting rock.
Your goal's in sight, now start to hike.
Away to the Rock, as fast as you can,
Pursuit is hot, you'll set a pmrl tan

Remember the prize goes to the best man

ur a lady iatr there is no ban.
Do not attempt the perilous rock
To view the ancient ghostly, dock.
Upon the wall upon the rock,
You'll find the key, there, is no lock,
-Advt.

fast to prisoners, one of whom was

a man awaiting trial in the room-

Vft iinn ...hi, fP. nf ... preparation for military service ini'ng nouse slayln8s 01 lnree per-

annuallv This would leave theitne "National People's Armv." I ,, .... ,
bTin&endentsTnder federal re Neuj Deutschl.nl. official ComJ.,
aulation munist party newspaper, said!,naV? 5 j u P' He said
8pS rriticized Johnson for! target practice, conducted by the L ed doo,rs hd been opened

: i ; .... ... .

; miumJ.Cin. u,N,8Pin U1y clear and thickened. Spread
j Irvin, 31, was convicted on a these days to make it an even;sauc(, ove. roast durin t 4J
first-degree murder charge in better buy. You will find a 'new ; minuteS 0f cooking time Anv re-
nacnmhoi. anA ninoj liinlf" in nArlr rhnns anrl IninK with .

.wv....v. aim atuiciiLcu u.c ui i iiitiuiMiE sauce mav oe used as
ithe electric chair at Indiana staleithe fat trimmed to no more than a djp
jprision next June. He was tried ini-inch, just enough for juicy, fla-,

ine gun death of W. Wesley Kerr.ivonui eating ana io avoia a ioo-

fA'ansvuie tilling station attend- ary eooKea proouci.
ant. I Sage can accent roast pork.
Hollen said Trvi Here's a new sage sauce for bast-

discovered when jail attaches ia& llle roast- i01 a sPeeial week-

went to the cells to take break-

' ALL

mm

! jr rowaer
' SoothM dipr tsh, rtVi
m refresh lid pro- aei

MAKcfSEUDS

making the gas bill the first busi business
ness business of the new session and put putting
ting putting key features of President
Eisenhower's program "on the
back shelf so we can consider a
bill that will be of great benefit
to ahandful of natural gas produ-

para-military "society for sports

and technique" has become a

mass sport."

Announcement of darge scale

firing practice to make East Ger
man youth, workers and govern

ment officials expert marksmen

followed ottieial formation yester

day of a "National People's Ar-

cers.
"It is ironic," Potter declared,

"... i- jr..., "innt. tne attention ot tne united

rau,TV.?mr;,. 'States Senate is occupied with this my." Neues Deutschland said in

of a small special interest group

when the President s legislative

Aged in Panama.

The Cultural Program which
was based on the interpretation

:of Lord Chesterfield's quotation

i"True politeness is perfect case
!and freedom, it simply consists of
treating others just as you love
to be treated yourself," was giv given
en given by Shirley Barca.
Edith Balbirnie and Dolores
Jacome served as hostesses for
the evening. Members present
were: Mary Robertson, President,
Elinor Borgis, Margaret Capps, I I-sabel
sabel I-sabel Bolton, Dolores Jacome, Ann
Maloney, Elaine Payne, Ednaj
Bower. Peeev Wertz. Frieda Al

len, Shirley Barca, Edith Balbir Balbirnie,
nie, Balbirnie, and Mary Eileen Wilson.
n CnWeet Club

Will Cross Isthmus
Tho Pannl Zone Colleee Club

will join the Caribbean College

Club at their regular meeting 10 10-mnrriw
mnrriw 10-mnrriw mnrnins. at Fort San Lo-

T,t f!nt. LerftV M. Glodell

will talk to the clubs on the histo history
ry history of San Lorenzo and conduct a

guided tour ot tne ton. iwem iwem-nari:
nari: iwem-nari: nt tho Canal Zone Colleee

Club will leave Balboa on the

7:15 morning train.
Rahv Shower For

Airs. Helen Ualton .
Mrs. Marie Dube and Miss
Agnes Dube were hostesses at a
baby shower and buffet held in
honor of Mrs. Helen Dalton at the
Army and Navy Club -last Satur Saturday..
day.. Saturday.. V. '..

Wuests were Miss Dons Kintign
nH Mocrlames Velta SharD. PatSV

Curtis, Gertrude, Paige, .. Frances
nrH Tholma Camhv. Valerie

Latham, Gretche'n Melanson, Lyla
Tr.ir Karah Minor. Eloise Mur

phy, Ann Vache, Ida Loveladyj

Hetty HacKect, juaniia waison auu
Mrs. Toni Sylvestre.

(Continued on Page 9)).

Divorcee Slashed
To Death; Former

Husband In Custody
OMAHA, Neb., Jan. 20 (UP) (UP)-A
A (UP)-A 31-year-old divorcee was slash slashed
ed slashed to death yesterday a few min minutes
utes minutes after her escort had left her
at the doorstep of her home.
Seven hours later the victim's

former husband, a 240-pound bar

tender, surrendered to police for
questioning. The suspect, Stanley

n inuwicki, 33, then told police:
"I've got nothing to say
Nowicki had been the object of

a city-wide search since Carolyn
Ann Thomas the former M r s.

program on education, highways,

agriculture ana me aea ana ag aging
ing aging deserves immediate action."

East Berlin alone 30,000 youths

recently participated in practice
shooting in the recent time.

Requiem Mass
A requiem mass will be held
tomorrow morning at St. Vinceitr
Paul's Church for the repose of
the late Clem. Gill, who died
here last Friday.
Friends of the family are urg urged
ed urged to attend. The mass will be begin
gin begin at C a.m.

It said official of the East Ger German
man German Finance Ministry are prac practicing
ticing practicing daily at a firing range built
in the Ministry. It said sme 100
officials go through firing routine
every day.
In Dresden 7.000 East Germans,
most of them youth, competed for
the title "best marksman," the
paper said.
Meanwhile, the Communists re revealed
vealed revealed details of the field grey
uniform to be worn by the East
German armed forces.

but neither lock was broken

When the discovery was made,
a heavy snow was falling. It had
accumulated to a depth of five or
six inches overnight and Irvin
could not be traced.

Hoover Is 8-Time
Great Grandfather
SAN JOSE, Calif., Jan. 20 (UP)
Former President Hoover has be became
came became a great grandfather for the
eight time with the birth of a
daughter to Mr. and Mrs. Herbert
Hoover III. The girl, named Les Leslie,
lie, Leslie, was born in Palo Alto hospital.

SNOW MESSAGE
EAU CLAIRE, Wis.' (UP) -Police
charged a man with knock

ing down a street sign and then
driving away. They said someone

had seen the accident and written

the license number of the offend offending
ing offending car in the snow beside the fall fallen
en fallen sign.

For tunburn, and for your
skin, usi Mexwni
Skin Balm.

When a buffet meal Is served,
a man sitting by a woman
shouldn't just get up and get
himself a plate of food. He
should either offer to bring her
food to her or ask her if she

i would like to go with him. to be

served. s
Food might look better to a
man than his companion of the
moment, but he shouldn't let
her know it.

'

THERE'S NO FUN
LIKE CARNIVAL FUN!
FIESTA-PANAMA STYLE

Second Ooist (jowtt $oh fatowdi Qiwrn!
SATURDAY from 8 p.m. in the patio
Come DANCE to the EXCITING RHYTHMS of TWO ORCHESTRAS

1 Clarence Martin
Lucho Azcdrraga
4 AND CAST YOUR VOTES
... :

For your favorite candidate

sl

Julia Alvarado

Every cent spent for food and
. beverage counts .as votes
your f. admission -also- counts
as 100 votes.
Voin in the "tamborito" and "cumbia't

Regular Dinner Saturday in the Bella Vista Salon
, with RAY COX TRIO

: NO 4:30 CLVB SATURDAY
Beginning SUNDAY
. our popular
" STARLIGHT BUFFET
from 7 p.m. on the 9th floor terrace
Call Max, 3-1660, for all reservations.

A Klrkcby Hotel

I v. I
LV 4, I I
Lizzie Suazo

fo giv NewLifQ to your clothe

, .

IV- ri

ft jm wfch to mtk an Housing discovery
Will cut ironing time, add a square of SATTNA it
four hot itarch before applying to clothea.
With SAUNA your iron doesn't drag or stick, at
there is no possibility of wrinkling them.
8ATINA gives your clothes a beautiful glossy
finish, leaving them "like-new." They will smell

fresh and stay cleaner longer.

Ivy iatina fexlay, ihI
yu will Rf grMtw
at In yew Ironing
nd battar appoofan -ki
ywr cbth,

r v

Nowicki, was killed.



THE PANAMA -AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILT NEWSPAPER
PAGE STXf
Social and Oilier
fU: WJ.u
mmm
wise
? ,111 ILK MU.VPOS HERALD
onlmiud ARRIVAL A MIDDLE AGE

FRIDAY, JANUARY 20, 19iS

Gumbo Supper To Aid
l j.l. nt

ThA r..mh. ivnm'i v f 1 ii h
shrimp gumbo supper will be held
Friday Jan. 27th at the Civic Cen-
W.;l J!-- fun n4 E An t fart rt rw

Admission will be one dollar fori combe Bay, which will be in port
dultvandy eents for lat the time, ; P.
dren under twelve, Proceeds from,

the Cristobal. Colon Rotary Club,
at wie strangers -iur louay was
highlighted by a talk from Dr.
Harry Eno on his recent trip to

Europe, the main purpose of.ins btaie and Boys state iJro-

which was to attend the World grams.
Medical Congress at Vienna. i
Dr. Eno vividly described the II J TaIa ..!.,-'
feeling of relief with which the; UP IClcQldPnClS
people of Vienna greeted the; 9 r
withdrawal of the last of the Rus-!II-!AM f 0 Vins
sian occupation troops and re UQn JlUll I'lCQl

T,lirfirt hie Iicfonorc that Vienna
had been under occupation, first
ly hv flai'manv and latpr roill'SP
of his talk. Dr. Eno paid tribute

to the gracious hospitality ex-, NEW y0RK Jan 2Q (UP) catches hereelf thinking, "We real real-tended
tended real-tended to him by Rotary Uubs in United Press and the Commer-ilv ought to go home before long.
Britain and the Continent. eial Telegraphers' Lnion today We've got to get up early tomor-;
Manuel Chang and Marcos Co- signed g new contract covering r0w morning."
rrea, presidents of the 21-uub at teletype and Teletypesetter opera-1 In going through some old shap shap-the
the shap-the Colegio San Jose and ADei tors The agreenlent runs two year i shots she comes acress a picture
Bravo School respectively were;from Jan 15 and conlains wage;0f herself and her husband when
guests of the Club. provisions for the full term with-' they were first married and thinks'
Osmond Kelly reported on the out re-ooener after the! "whv we'were .hist kids."

opening games of tne town son-
iponsoi eu oy ui c
Rotarv Club, and his comments on:

the enthusiasm f eJs first year a seniority differential yards of ruffles, says with a trace
jelves gave Rolanans "Jf; ; increase of S1.S0 per week for em-iof exasperation in her voice,
IT f 'Jhiunf SS1' of morc than 3'2 years'! "Haven't you anything more suit
'''',,,' hwir rerreatiorfor!service with the C0111Pany a 23 able for a woman my age?
hZlster, n Colon I cents a weck 51 a monlh illcl'easel ?nee h2s LL ti
Tei annneed that next in the colllPan.v8 contribution to, not bad She has admitted to
Br, matins will be held a Wald .cach cmPloJ'e's hospitaliza- herself and someon ecle she
ckc?.c'tingrl1:,iv "" insurance payment to the is mddlc aged a ndwhat of it?

" J"""fe'-13 " ""
Gravel Pit Slayer
Convicted Of First
Degree Wife Murder
PLYMOUTH, Mass.. Jan. 20-;l'
(UP) A jurv todav found eon-!
tractor Domenick L. Bonomi guil-
tv of first degree murder in the
gravel-pit slaying of his wife. Mil
dred. The jurors did not recom
mend mercy.

Superior Judge Frank Smith im-
letimtely,. Under Massachusetts,
law. the death sent6nce is manda-
tory in first degree, murder con convictions
victions convictions unless the jury recom recommends
mends recommends otherwise.'
The 12-man jury deliberated one
. ..
34-ycar-oiu aeienaam, ;? i
Bonomi was convicted of killing
his red haired wife. Mildred, 31
at their ranch-style home in North'
herniate last Aug. 31.
vJf, i fcu VrLi, t I ,iwoinnmnt
He allegedly transported her
in Uannver and had her bodv
ired wffli il tons tot erave
8
ki n7h7JhH,
Mob In Brussels
Demands Guillotine
For Hero's Slayer
BRUSSELS, Jan. 20 (UP)
More than 200 police turned out

posthe aeXcr:;.-i- Newap. Guild b argain-
ately but stayed the- execution in-; 1 f V

ioaay to DreaK up a moo aemana-, I aan.AflP nPP7Pt
ing the guilotine for a barber ar-i 1 een Myc JCCACI
rested on a charge of murdering a'p.-i. I l Jfl.- Hrunc

var-nere general, tne generals
sister in-law and Ms maid.
When police brought Jea-Marie,
tefebre, 40, to the scene of the
w, Wun nim J a n0D
asB&e fCr ere'?"
"cuilloHne him."
" . : .
rct; : j t .ft x. i i r
rrr-ir;: .. ,i
vicii. umnc jjieisncr, oo, neie oi;
n t .,! ii..

"""" ":V'"i w. auc u aucvUK,

onicer ana xwo otner memoers .ol;e!m to nine times every minute.
his household in a robberty at-JDrugs have cut the sneezing rate
tempt Jan. 8. doww to twi or three a minute
H a minu,e

Dr. Adalberto A. Mullcr
(Dental Surgeon)
Hasihe pleasure to notify his patients of his
return from studying new technic
in California.

Justo Arosemena Ave.
. near by
Ma. Inmaculada School.

CITATION OF SHAREHOLDERS
CONSOLIDATED TRANSPORTATION SERVICE, INC.
On January 31, 1956, at 5:30 p.m. there will be
an extraordinary meeting of the shareholders of this
corporation at the Company Office in Curundu, Canal
Zone, for the purpose of authorizing the Board of
Directors to exchange certain of the Company's assets.
The Agenda:
1. Minutes of the last meeting; of the shareholders
2. President's report
3. The proposition authorizing the' Board of
; Directors to exchange certain of the
Company's assets.
; GURSARN SINGH CUtl
-.: President
. ' GEORGE AUSTIN
',...,, '.. -. ;.. Vice-Pre1dent
' : WO.ODROW PE CASTRO
Secretary

" '..""
Jan ?fit.h -h?n mmhm uiii ,,..:

an opportunity of meeting Caot-"Tt

in A J if ubM r R.it-
ish Naval Attache to Panama, and,
also Commander T. J. Mevrick,'
X NT rnntnin .A( tl If C KIa.
honor of the guest speakers, Boy s
mn,K,.0 T aninn
rZ :"a "":raJ. r;6 r."
nuAiufliji ouu pai uuu u ii i a in
Teletype Agreement
first i
rr,hn (t .... :j : ;(o
estate ot an employe upon his
'death the amount of money the
deceased would have been paid
iii dismissal indemnity had he
been dismisse. k
"
Effective Jan. 5, 1957. the op
erators will get a S2 a week gener
al increase, making the starting
base pay $112 a week, an another
vj nt0 uioot i 0 month in.-

crease In the company's contribu-:arma.

twai'd hospitalization msurvjuv ; .'l'"; ,0! Mayor H. Roe Bartle, distin-
ance. '"i V eVodoiUt Utey!Buished attorney-orator, heads
. , wStlH obvlor the list of Professional men. in-.

iNegonauon.s ncgan eau m ue-
'""!'1".
i t),.I. ;il
negoiai
v ..v
l".ves
Off-Duty Sergeant
mm mm m
At MarKman!
IJxua f jtitiM la a la la A
PQW lUWIl KUUUCI)
CHICAGO. Jan. 20
(UP1 A
Pol'" sergeant known as a marks-
rov-""d" "m
raen loiW whlle he was
off duty.

s"" M(l klllHl tw ll(l'll"'an(l antiperspirants. There are

Set. Henrv 0. Hartman was in;t-
the office of a building materials!
company owned by his brother
, wneii iwu men vnuic m
:nounced a stickup.
nariinaii uiuw im
ur XL L cinniini VtonneH i
l,: I 1 IUa Knll..n n,n ilfflrf
Hartman had a wound in the Tight,;.
, r.tXi
hand and both holdup men were
i l ,t v.r,4T, 1,,1tiiT mjin ti'orpi
on ,ne fl(or' dying-
' w wnvtvi iimmj
CHICAGO, Jan. 20 (UP). -Doc-,
tors administered drugs today to
" i-y;ar-oia gin wno sneezes
h tliLTa 1 J 'Tented I

lof Alaonouin. IU-. suffer the.i?"0,"JP"e T..'

. i
i ii .
.i? r .L. I
one nau 10 siay HUiue irom ;
.ui ,i u. u.
Telephones .... 3-031)0
Residence 3-1772

1

''Exactly how old are you when
Set to middle aged?" my,

v. e w"Je-
1 was hesitant to set an exact
,,e V-.,as aie most omen. :
,, ,sn 1 an on,e ,bn'.hJd1?' lhli
makes a woman feel middlc-asjed
"? Ll"t J Ji P,t
f J, 1
hi(,. vn ii .wf '. I
,', w ;
tneiucaia a juung 111a11.ru
woman refer lo her crowd as "the
older crowd." i
j She notices how often saleswo
! en-try. to sell her by saying, ''It
is so youthful." They never said
' it when she was.
She catches a tleeling glimpse of
herself mirrored in a plate glass'
store window when she is plodding
along, tired 'out after half a day's,
shopping and notides that the re-
fleeted woman' posture and car-!
riage look definitely middle-aged.
In the middle of a gay party she1
Sne oes shopping for an evening
rtrfves and alter heins shon
iin7nc of Hrpr with van s and
? f i 1,1
j erJirii'afion
.
NOW, here s the matter

a smguiauy "rt"'l-"vcjMiaiTii.

hr.i.,nn ', ;c hai-.i nni
An in-between teenei is haul put;
i l-r,,,, ,.,l.i,h nnnrco tn p vrl If
ask a friend in around
about V. aU,
t-JT " and.rv than
,

The teens arc years of glandu- countries will be presented with, James M. Kemoer. S'. chair chair-lar
lar chair-lar change This can "often show, an official medal, authorized by i man of the board. Commerce
up in hcavv though not necessari-; the Kansas City Council, to com-jTrust Co.: Dr. Charles N. Kim-1
lv odorous"' perspiration. Some-'memorate the visit. And com-1 ball, president, Midwest Re-!

'l m

'times it does have an ai'Olua. a.huojsjuh hi:hiuci win luiuniscaini msuuar, jwis iviLciien.

gal shouldn't have to ask anyone.!
For instance, certain synthetics
are particularly sensitive to
roma. If a sweater smells funny
alter you take it off, you can gen-;
prniiv hot that vou do. too.
Kejp jn nnind that there a r e
, kinds o p,-0ducts: deodorants
ana anliperspirams. nn-ic
'degrees ot strength in each kind,
lTry unUi you find one thai works
.. on,i isn't ton sirone.
lf aniioersoirants arc c

ed for and you fin( you c.an'tWith tne Kansas City area's

wear them, attacn uress wnuiuojtrac(e opportunities, economic
and launder them daily. And, if development and cultural 1 i f e.

thprp's a ,ess ttiat nas no iuvd-.anJ

. .... a t.
,ion for smek,s' ar '"I '"T
smrani mai one umc, u v""
,
" o i

Expect your rect io .'"and cultural and social life" of
more heavily than usual, a nas countries south of the border.

not nnt someniace
NightClub Dancei
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PIOVS HerOIC KOle
'
CLEVELAND. (Mi Jan. 20
,UPj A igh; c!ub dancer threw
herself in,oe line of fire during
simp savpn r,np iivpk- iir iwu nn rp

officers. She was wounded by a'sion

nnHn hnllot in thp hiek
ponce ouiiei in me ohck.
Th hnldua man. Richard Stor-:
I s",, wagtSnt ani Wiled ThP
T ?? 1 taken
jdalce'' Una Icminl,., was taKtn
'to a hospital where her condition
wad ttiucu tnuvai.

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GUESS WHO? You needn t oe upset if you don't recognic
these gun-slingmg gentlemen. Few would. For behind those
mustaches and sideburns aie singer Dean. Martin,.' left, and
comedian Jerry Lewis. They're on location near Phoenix, Ariz.,
for their new film, "Partners."
Kansas City Group To Seek
Latin American Trade Ties

Making its first strong bid for
;,.Af ivnrio rnH niiituvol tioc
.....i. t ;.. A,n..i vnrn nit,,

Mo is senciing 32 of its top busi-jCommerce Downtown Commit-
ne and prolessional men next 'tee.
month 0 an air tour 0f South' Forrest O. Calvin, president.
Amerlca, Panama and 'Mexico. iThe Calvin Co. (motion pic-
The group, officially appoint-tures): Harry Darby, former U.S.
b the Kansas City Council. Senator and president of the
Kansas City Commission Darbv Ship Building Com: W.
Internatlonal Relations and.N. Deramis. nresident. Kansas

iTmrlP will visit. 11 cities in eicht
latin American republics.

An 18-day itinerary arrang- nierce uresident. and vice pris prised
ed prised by Pan American World Air- t dent. Simonds-Shields and
ways, in cooperation with the'Tlveis Grain Co.

iU.S. State Department and gov- others going are James H
I eminent and business leaders in Hatch, vice president and trens trens-the
the trens-the countries visited begins urer. Union Wire Rod? Corp.;
f Feb. 3, when the commission flies' Arnold Johnson, president, Kan-

I.W VUIULU.
idustrlah.sts and Dusin e s s m e n
niaking the trip.
? ,?;,, v,. ,.

utoivjca n.iiuim, unc hiu-T.uoM v,n.v nic mi nuMiic J-il-

wUl vWt Braril. UrJrgen-;surance

VZ
be in Panama Feb. 19. . I
Heads of state in the various:

with other officials and withjnresident, Kitchen Realty Co.:

ibusjness and Industrial leaders.lKarl" Koerper.- vice president.'

a-joeiween rounas ot sigmseeing
and social events.
Their announced purpose Is,
!"to foster eood will in the A-
mericas and strengthen hemis-
pheric solidarity, especially be-
tween the Kansas City metro-
iween tne rs.ansu,s uny iiieuo-)
polit,an area and the Latin A.
mencan republics."
Thev nisn win .wpIt tn ae-'.t
all-:Cmaint Latin American countries ;
tri deve on better under

standing among people of thciRhafev: Bvrop T. Shut. rwM

.
;ureater Kansas citv commumtv
j of the economic, potentialities i
I

I En route to Miami, the com- Kqnnefh A. Soencer. nresidenl
I mission will go to Washington Snenrer Chemicfil Co Frank A I
j for a special briefing on Latin'Thels, president. Simnnds-!
American affairs at the State ;Shiids and Theis Grain Co and'
(Department, with high officials president. Kansas Cit-v Pari
of the Commerce and Trsasuryi Board: N.T. Veatch owner plac' plac'-j
j plac'-j Departments partlcipatine. and Veatch fentrineersi J p
Louis S. Rothschild, Under- Whitaker. Sr..

secretary of Commerce and pres-
ident of Rothschild's, Inc, Ln-,f

CItjr Star.

i n uipr iir i,ri i.nni mp nnmmic
Commission members makin
the tour Include' J. W Anitm

nresirWnf cthPffiPw qVb Aa,' o, V i.
IRMroi in more tvu,",n
(ARMCO) Joseph S. Atha. vide, sets- than felohones, a U.S. De-
president and- treasurer, Folgerlparlment of Commerce survc v

vuuee vu.; w n. joiAuy, presi
m a i i -1 a
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dent, Kansas City Life Insur-

m-r. rn vim-dc-i r Rtoi-c eva
'f; r-i,,u,. r
Cit.v Rnuthir Railwav Vrnnrt
Fitzno trick- rhamherof rnm.
. 1 lllclll J,CJ,iir uaOl.U(lll
club, the Athletics: Lowell R.
Johnson, executive vice presi-
dent. Puritan Comnress-d Gas
Corp.: Morton T. Jones, chair-
man of the board. R. B. .Tones
and Sons. Inc., and president.
u-or,00 if m t..
Co C.J. Kaney.part-.
Commis i
L. Russell Kelce. nresident;
Sinclair and Peabodv Coal Co.:

is.ansas uuy ower ana Lient,
oo,; Marvin B. Marsh, nre-sidont,'
Marsh Steel Corp.: Milton Me-,
Grevv. resident partner. Har-'

ris. Unham and Co. (stocks and'
bonrisi
Others
uineis
vice pre
Stores: J
are I ester Mi'cram
dent. Milpram F n o ci
Miller Nlphnls ri'pcirtAnt
r. KohnU rn .tn.

velnnrs i Mn T Piers' e.

ldent. the Vendo Co, fvwndin",
machines): Charles C. Shafeiv
Jr.. cit-v councilman snd mem member
ber member of the law firm. Watts an-t
...
dent Herbert V
Jones and Co.
Creai esta-
....... vovt, Tnic.- iji.irtuu.
Andres Soriano:
president, Muehlebac.h Brewing
Co.
er Cable Corn and Hal Hend x
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Natural History Society
Will Hold 219lh Meeting
On Wednesday, Jan. 25th, at,
8 p.m., the Natural Hi.-torv Socie Society
ty Society will hold its 249th meeting at
tne liorgas Memorial Laboratory
in Panama City.
Birds as. Flight Machines is the
'subject chosen by Dr. Frank A A-lexander
lexander A-lexander Hartmaii, the speaker for
the meeting.
Dr. Hantaan received his
chclor's and master's degrees
inini the University of Kansas'
and his doctorate from the I'niv
ersitv of Washington. He has scrv-i
ed as lecturer in physiology at
Toronto University and as profes-j
sor and head of the Department;
of Physiology at the University
of Buffalo. Since 1948 Dr. Hart-!
man has been a research proles proles-sor
sor proles-sor at the Ohio State University
Recently the speaker has been
on the C'hagres River studying the
physiology of birds.
Members may bring guests and'
newcomers to the Isthmus are cor
clially invited to attend this meet
: ing.
Cristobal Yacht Club
Members of the Yacht ( luh at
Cristobal will hold a general meet meeting
ing meeting on Sunday, January 22nd. at
Id a.m. At noon there will be a
Fish Fry for the members and
their families.
Civil Engineers Will
Inspect Panama Race Track
A guided inspection tour of the
newly constructed Panama Race
Track has been scheduled for the
January meeting of the Panama
Section, American Society of Ci
vil Engineers. The meeting will
be held tomorrow morning, mem-'
hers will meet at the track, and
start the tour promptly at 10:0y
a.m.
It is expected that there vill hc
a large attendance of local sec section
tion section members at this first meet-'
ing of the year because of the'
many interesting design, struchir-j
al and construction problems pre-1
sented. The architect engineer,'
Mr. Gustavo Schay. of the local
firm or Scriay and llolzer, h a s
consented to conduct the lour and
to answer questions concerning
the project.
Refreshments consisting of a
buffet lunch and beverages are
being provided by the contractor
and will be served immediately
following the meeting.
All members' are urged to at
tend; guests are welcome.
YOUNG EST CHE E R L Ii AD E R
BOYNE CITY, Mich. (UP) u
Boync City High School spoils cars
think they've got one of the young youngest
est youngest cheerleaders in the nation.
She's three-year-old Christine Mid Mid-dlcton,
dlcton, Mid-dlcton, daughter of Mr. and Mrs
Dcvere Middleton. Christine, who
makes a hit wherever her learn
travels in northern Michigan, gets
oul and leads yells with her own
little megaphone.
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THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN IXDEPEXUFNT DAILY NEWSPAPER
FRIDAY, JANUARY !0, 1951
Class 6A-B9 H

PAGE TEN

1 1

Pappa Flynn-IIipocrates
Entry Probable Choices
Six apparently Avell matched imported thorough--breds
of Juan Franco's Classes "A" and "B" are
re scheduled to compete for a $1000 purse over seven
' furlongs in the feature event on the race program
tomorrow afternoon.

The probable mutuels choi c e s
are the Stud Chiriqui's entry of
Hipocrates and Pappa Flynn. Both
UI IIICC iiwibvo ....... ..........
winners their last times out. Hec Hec-.
. Hec-. tor Ruiz will have the leg up on
Hipocrates while Concepcion Ruiz,
no relation, is slated to do the
. booting on Pappa Flynn.
The entry is expecieu iu
ttfliff competition both in the mu-i
rtitels and in the actual race from1
J" adir. Albatross and Persian
ountess. Barge Royal, the only
other scheduled starter, is rated
a rank outsider. j
Kadir, which wilt tite 122 pounds
to carrv top weight along with;
Pappa Flynn, will be ridden by:
...Virgilio Castillo. Kadir has been
in his worst slump recently since
his arrival on the Isthmus. This

js a nice spot ior mm vu snap
Speedv Albatross will have the
veteran' Bias Aguirre in the sad saddle.
dle. saddle. Albatros wass a creditable
geconoto classy Mossadeq in the
.'iNew Year's Day Classic over one
, mile. The shorter distance should
, help him. .,
'f Persian Countess will have the
"'benefit of Alfredo Vasquez' cool
.-j i-iont nace rating. I

1IU r.i.-.wv f
MARGARITA LEAGUE
The standing remained un unchanged
changed unchanged this week with one ex ex-feption,
feption, ex-feption, Butler Bros, jumped
from eighth place to fourth
pushing" the Aces down into a
four-way tie for ;iJthJPottheir
The Policemen increased their
Wd by taking four from the
Ses- dwells got three point
'from the P.O., a lot of tnanns
ft to Mdle Eder he can
niBv eolf too) who with only a
J 7 Average rolled g
Inml he won't be Class C very
fr?nagHe Ilso tied Jimmy Rec Rec-BJS'hWiSSie
BJS'hWiSSie Rec-BJS'hWiSSie wlthtMB. Nice
the BUheld on to second
Wee bv taking three from the
EavT Boy Rinehart aided the
fiVroW a 533 and I taking
riass B honors for this wees.
Ser Bros., making ( their b d o
.three irom m.f ...
;them into fourth P e Ho an
of the rosi
CUbb A with a 530 series.
STANDINGS
W
11
9
7
.... 5
" 4
.... 4
'. 4
4
Police

ijj """""

.;,.Eiks
Powells .....
'.Butler Bros.
.U Aces
' post Office
, -Wright Bros.
Navy

159 136 178 473
"l85 180 168 533
:157 155 136 448
'l49 149 203 501
'l64 169 168 499

Robinson
,riiJ Rinehart
".'".Kraka ...
"' Kenway
Bartram

814 789 851 2454
Navy
Hoppe ....
Van Pelt
Juskowsky
Habertheir
Turner ....
156 161 184 501
144 167 456
'126 158 122 406
. 1831 54 180 517
138 182 122 442
748 799 775 232?
28 28 23r 84
T76 827 803 2406

i. AAces
ajHalliday
McKeown
.-.Stona .....
sttison .
... spinney

179 158 143 480
'.'.149 148 143 440
128 134 143 405
"!l6& 156 157 482
...170 146 192 508
795 "742 778 2315
Police-
Fortner ......176 176
Cook '..142 161 200 503
Tully 167 160 135 4G2
DeRaps 9 175 173 517
Marti n....'..139 188 169 '196
Guest ....... 134 112 j!46
':'-' .793 818 789 2400
. :,r 5 43 13 31
793 831 802 2431
f nfflre
Judge 13 118 "I
peVoil '..145 123 127 395
Gibson .......154 135 128 '417
Brown ...... ..152 208 130 490
Hoga n -.191 189 170 530

;! 776 753 688 2215
a 8 6 20 34

' 784 759 706 2240
Powells
C.Wright .,,.141 129 270
Nordstrom ...143 '. 148 291
-Eder ......,,.172 208 155 535
J. Wright .166 174 135 475

Countess was a winner in a sensa sensational
tional sensational blanket finish in her last
start Another performance hke

that would make her a dangerous
contender.
Barge Roval, one of the fastest
horses on the local oval, could
spring a surprise but the "experts''
deem it verv unlikely. He would
pav off in boxcar figures if he
manages to get home first. Jorge
Phillips will handle Barge Royal s
reins in this sprint.
Ten other prospective thrillers
are included on the card.
Juan Franco Tips
By LUIS ROMER
1 Matruh., Dixiprincess
2 Alo Alo Hurlecano
3 Bull Flea Muneco
4 Golden Pick Miss Marta
5Tingat Golden Wonder
6 Young Prince Greco
7Grey Juan Persiflage
8 King Maruja
9 Ch. McCarthy .Jaquimazo
10 Albatross Hipocrates
11 Old Smuggler Riscal
Bell 143 153 142 433 j
Dougan 191m 362
T65 855 751 237 1 J
Wriirht Bros.
Hicks 151 115 J58 2
Watson 151 186 174 51 1,
Sanker 125 175 157 457:
Butz 112 156 147 415
Mitchell 158 iw "a -1
697 795 775 2267
Outlaw Rrns
Brooks ...."..163 121 149 433;
Tortorici 162 129 151 .442
Stroop 146 166 156 468 j
Wikingstad ..186 150 137 473'
812 725 769 2306,
30 30 30 901
Conover 155 159 176 490!
842 755 799 2396
La Boca Sports
Track fever hit a new high in
La Boca this week as track
nrnms4. humeri the cinders in
competition for a berth on the,
, ;AH Vtln-u cmiQn;
ninior ana semui mi," hv
iiof.rf n io fnr T.aMn American
iSchool supremacy at Mount
The field of contestants that,
swarmed the track each day at
La Boca appear determined to
unake thines hot for rivals as
could be attended by their stre strenuous
nuous strenuous efforts to whip them them-selves
selves them-selves into shape through the
last two weeks.
Interest was so hot tnst a
match race was urged In ortier
to determine the better t f two
milers Luther Trottman and
Ernest Sandiford. Both boys a a-greed
greed a-greed to run the mile Thursday
afternoon to settle the matter
once and for all- The struggle
for recognition oecame m in interesting
teresting interesting that score of student
spectators came out to witness
what they expected might be a
four-minute mile.
tv, nnn cent-, the bOVS Off to:
a good start while both show
a r.r,fiHonr.e nf earnine the
verdict. But after two gruelling
laps it was evident uiai
man had 'the goods. Trottman
toyed with his opponent um:
the last quarter mile was left
when he spurted away to an
easy victory.
I T,a Boca's Hieh School souaa
looks good during training ses session
sion session and should experience, no
! difficulty in whipping Rainbow
'City for the coveted title. The
school is pinnine hopes on such
: stalwarts as Clifford Lindsay,
i Eric Townsend, George Douelas,
! James, Glenn. Theresa Mal Mal-jcolmn,
jcolmn, Mal-jcolmn, James Howard, Sarah
1 Ramsay and several others, who
I in recent weeks have shown
greatness. ;
Bowling Headed
For New High
MILWAUKEE (NEA) Amer Amer-icn
icn Amer-icn Bowling Congress' league and
team membership appear head headed
ed headed for record highs for the- 10th
consecutive year,
There are 39,138 sanctioned
leagues, compared to 35,203 at the
same time last year. This figure
is expecled to increase to top
1954-55's all-time record of 43.090.
i There are 362,813 teams enpaged
I in ABC league competition, a fig fig-lure
lure fig-lure which also should expand to
'a new high.

.
FINAL TOUCH Robin Greiner
i.-hed up in Be:kelr-v, Calif, for
Cortina. I'alv. Jan 2ti-Feb. 5 The
figure siiating rnampionship two
Juan Franco
p.p.
1st.
Horse
Race
Jockey W'sl
"Hla" Imp. 1 Mile
Urst Race of
1 Dixiprincess G Sanchez 113
2 Matruh B. Aguirre '12
3 Merry Slipper 116
4 Amin Didi F. Hidalgo 103
5 Verticordia R. Gomez 108
6 Regal Bliss J. Phillips 110
2nd Race "Hla"
Imp. 1 Mile
Second Race
1 Devonshire C. H. Ruiz 109
2 Hurlecano A. Mena R. 113x
3 Lazy Brook S. Ponce 113
4 Choya B. Baeza 107x
5 Grisii R. Gamero 110
6 Alo Alo A. Vasquez 112
7 Dark Sunset M. Ycaza 108
!.3rd. Race "H" Nat. 4U
Fgs.
ONE
1 Que Undo A. Vasquez 116
2 Bull Flea G. Sanchez 108
3 Sixaola J. Jimenez lHx
4 Plropo B. Baeza 102x
5 Joe V. Brown 107x
6 Sirena A. Gonzales 102x
7 Muneco M, Ycaza 108
8 Okiland E. Corcho 102x
4th. Race "H" Nat.-

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4'2 Fgs. Purse
QUINIELA

1 Miss Marta E. Ortega 101
,2 Souvenir B. Bap?.a !6x
3 Chanito A. Gonzales 96x
4 Historia A. Vasquez 116
5 Asegurada E. Dario 110
-Golden Glass H. Ruiz 10?
-Golden Pick A. Mena R 115x
5th. Race "A-B" Nat. 7 Fgs, Es.
1 G. Wonder
2 Daniel
3 Tingat
4 Don Grau
5 Valaria
A. Vasquez 119
E. Ortega 108
B. Aguirre 114
R. Gamero 105
B. Baeza 96x
eth. Race "G" Imp. 7 Fgs,
First Race
1 Greco G. Sanchez 110
2 Florera A. Reyes R. 102x
3 Y. Prince A. Vasquez 115
4 Gay Spot B. Baeza 102x
5 Marianina F. Rodriguez 118
6 NeWbrighton J. Gngra. 108
7 Money Maker A. Mena 115
8 Bar One 115
7 th. Race
Imp. 7 Fgs.
Second Race
1 Postiriovich A. Vasquez 115
2 Tilama J. Jimenez 105x
3 Grey Juan A. Mena 115
4 Riqui F. Rodriguez 110
5 Onda Real G. Vasquez 112x
6 Maria Stuardo S. Ponce 120
7 Persiflage B. Aguirre 113
8 Pugilist F. Hidalgo 105
9 Galisto K. Flores 118
1 8th. Race "H2a." Imp.
I

1 Maruja K. Flores 110 Impressive win last
2 Vedette S. Ponce 110 Could improve now
3 Proud Pearl J. Cadogan 115 Fastest at getaway
4 D. Maiden G. Vasquez 112x Nothing in months
5 Ornamental S B. Baeza 105xDisappointment thus
6 King R. Gamero 115 Should win again ;
7 Copadora J. Adames lOOx Not this time
8 Cascador R. Gomez 113 Won; didn't convince
9 (D. Beatrlz O. Miranda HOx Could be runnerup -10
(S. Felnner J. G6ngora 115 Returns from lay off

9th. Race "F" Imp.
6V2 Fgs.
ONE

1 Almlnar H. Ruiz 105 At best in springs
2 valley Star B. Baeza 107x Will set the pace -3LIon's
Claw F. Rodrgz. 118 Ran well last time
4 Supper Girl F. Hidalgo 110 Usually moves late
5 Ch. Mc Carthy C. Ruiz 118 -Odds-on: favorite

6 Jaquimazo B. Aguirre 118
7 Amat A. urecuaio iuux
8 Mirzatoats A. Mena 115
10th. Race "A-B" Imp. 7 Fgs.
1-Kadir V. Castillo 122
2 Albatross B. Aguirre 112
3 Barge Royal J. Phillips 108
4 P. Countessa A .Vsquez 116
5 (Hipocrates H. Ruiz 108
6 (Pappa Flynn C. Ruiz 122
11th. Race "Special" 7 Fgs. Imp.
1 Single Slipper R. Gomez 103
2 Double Four S. Ponce 110
3 Golden Corn H. xluiz 104
4 Brisk F. Hidalgo 105
5 Riscal J. Phillips 105
6 0. Smuggler A. Vasquez 115

::i

and Carole Ann Ormaca pol
the Winter Olynipir Games at
couple wan the national pairs
years in a row
Graded Entries
COMMENT
ODDS
Purse 400.00 Pool
close 12:45
2-1
the Double
Distance to liking
Easy pace here
Impressive run last
Could surprise
Rates good chance
Longshot possibility
3-2
3- 1
4- 1
3-1
10-1
Purse $400.00 Pool closes
of the Double
1:15
Could be upsetter 4-1
Good recent races 24
Quit badly in last 10-1
Showing improvement 3-1
Has strong finish 5-1
Should boat these EVEN
Hot tip this week 3-1
Purse
TWO
S275.00 -Pool closes 1:45.
Distance gives chance
Last indicates EVEN
Would pay fat odds 30-1
Rates fair chance 8-1
Prefers more distance 10-1
Lacks early speed 20-1
Should be close up 3-1
Rates good chance 4-1
$275.00 Poo) closes 2:20
Quits at first challenge
Good speed at start
Fast at getaway
Jockey should help
Has beaten better
5-1
5-1
10-1
2- 1
3- 2
4- 1
2-1
Bleeds at times
Dangerous contender
Purse $373.00 Pool closes 2:55
Will fight it out
Could go all the way
Enjoying great form
Could get up up here
Good early speed
2- 1
3- 1
EVEN
4- 1
5- 1
Purse $450.00 Poo) closes 3:05
of the Double
Contender this time
Early speeG only
Form indicates
Nothing to recommend
Likes rider's style
Would pay juicy odds
Should be close up
Excluded from betting,
2- 1
8-1
EVEN
15-1
4-1
25-1
3- 1
fractious
Purse $550.00 Pool closes 4:05
of the Double
Should improve
Nothing in weeks
Improving steadily
Could score at price
Good early speed
Usually moves late
No. 1. contender
Would pay nice odds
Could make it here
5-1
8-1
3- 2
4- 1
5- 1
4-1
2- 1
81
3- 1
4:40

6'2 Fgs. Purse 400.00 Pool closes
QUINIELA

.5-1
4- 1
5- 1
30-1
5-1
EVEN
25-1
10-1
51
5-1
far
Purse $500.00
TWO
.Pool closes 5:15
41
3-1
5-1
5-1
3-5
No. 1 contender
3-1
not .wnn mis nner
Nothing in months
15-1
30-1
Purse $1000.00 Pool closes 5:40
- Will fight it out 2-1
Looks good in preps T 2-1
Would pay off here 30-1
Field seems tough 5-1
In A-l condition 2-1
Back in best form 2-1
Purse $500.00 Pool closes
Hasn't shown much
Not ready yet
Reportedly improved
Dangerous contender
Has good finish
Shouldn't miss here
15-1
20-1
8-1
4-1
3-1

Fastlich

STANDING OF THE TEAMS
Teams W L Pet.
Palomas 4 0 1.000
Macaws ....... ......2 1 .666
Conejos .............1 2 .333
Ocelots ........ ..,..1 2 .333
Pumas ,.0 3 .000
Wednesday's Result
Palomas 7. Macaws 6
Friday's Gam
Ocelots vs. Macaws at 4:30
In the most hectic and excit exciting
ing exciting game of the young season,
Mol De la Pena and Arthur Cot Cotton's
ton's Cotton's pace-setting Palomas over overcame
came overcame a five-run deficit to take
out a 7 to 6 victory over Pete
Corrlgan and Jimmy DesLondes'i
Macaws in the Fastlich Teenage;
League game at Balboa on Wed
nesday night.
Going into the lower half of
the fourth inning the Palomas
needed five runs to catch their
rivals in the battle for first
place in the pennant race. In
the lower half of the fourth the
Palomas solved Pete Corrigan
for a brace of runs on John
Snodgrass' double. Sims' Allen's
single, a couple of stolen bases
and a Dassed ball
This left the Palomas three
runs to the rear as they moved
into the lower half of the fifth
inning and then the fun began
in earnest.
Norm Pedersen opened the in-
nins with a single and George
Barbier, who chalked up his
fourth straight win of the year
helped his own cause with a
double under the left field fence.
A passed ball counted Pedersen
and after Eastman had filed out,
Snodgrass' single scored Barbier.
Pete Corrigan, the starting Ma
caw pitcher, was replaced at this
point by Charlie French who
struck out Allen but when Tom
my Durfee dropped the third
strike and-failed to throw to
first, all hands were safe. Sand
er fanned but Hal Feency was
walked to nil the bases. Alex
Eberenz ended the rally bvhsul-
ng in Buzzy Rathgeber's tall
flv.
The Macaws found themse'ves
trailing by a run as the
ixth
innlne started just two minutes
Vh" f 'tMoti deadline
Alex Eberenz, who had already

32imade three safeties and driven:

In two runs, opened by drawing
a walk. Durfee moved him a a-long
long a-long to third with a single to
right and when French hit to
short. Eberenz, lame leg and all,
scored the tying run. Durfee.
moved to third on the out but
Hack Hopes
Will Rub Off
By HARRY GRAYSON
NEW YORK (NEA) Stan Hack:
wanted to put some life in the
Cubs, so the manager sent for the
guy who has done nothing but stir
it ud in baseball since he broke
into the organized game as
32 years ago.
It is exciting even to know that
Johnny Leonard Martin will coach
the Chicago Nationals. The Wrig'
leys will be very exciting tf any
part of Pepper Martin's tremend tremendous
ous tremendous enthusiasm rubs off on them.
And Martin, now 52, will regale
baseball writers with matchl ess
stories while refueling the Bruins
with dash and fire. Like Jimmy
Durante, the Old Wild Hoss of the
Osage has a million of 'em. He
not lends himself to good yarns,
but doesn't hesitate to make them
up.
As ringleader of the swash swashbuckling
buckling swashbuckling St. Louis Gashouse Gang
fcom 1931 to '40, Martin entertain entertained
ed entertained their nation-wide following
from the time he arrived at the
Bradenton, Fla., training campi
until the last shot was fired. -I
Pepper drove from Oklahoma in
a station wagon loaded with guns,
fishing tackle and new instruments
for his Mississippi Mudcats, a
bizarre band which featured such
accomplished musicians is Fid Fiddler
dler Fiddler Bill McGee, Lon Warneke,
Rip Collins, Frenchy Bordagaray
and Bob Weiland.
THERE NEVER WAS a dull
moment on or off the field..No one
Price Is Same
When Runner
Breaks Down
-.CORAL GABLES, Fla. (NEA)
Dave weissberger dropped a
$7,500 claim in the box for Tee
J. H. in the sicth race at Tropical
Park.
Tee J.H. raced in the .Valley
View Farm silks, ridden by Wil Wil-lie'Hartack.
lie'Hartack. Wil-lie'Hartack. He broke down badly,
was unable to finish.
Owner Weissberger had no al alternative.
ternative. alternative. He had to come up with
$7,500 for a cripple which may
never race again.
LED THREE WAYS
Lewisburg, Pa.' (NEA) 'Bill
Lane, Bucknell baseball and
freshman basketball coach, is the
only man. ever to captain all three
Bison major athletic teams.
.
HOLE PATTERN
Burneyville, Okla. (NEA)
Holes of a golf course being laid
out by Waco and Opie Turner at
Burneyvme win be patterned at-
l-5ter famous ones of other layouts,

League

was stranded there as Barbier
put on the heat and fanned both
pinch hitter Timmy Days and
Stan Watts.
The Palomas won the game in
the lower half of the sixth. After
Joe Garcia had fanned, Peder Pedersen
sen Pedersen hit a. fly to left which fell
safely in front of the substitute
left fielder. As Barbier was strik striking
ing striking out, Pedersen moved to sec second
ond second and then to third unmolest unmolested.
ed. unmolested. With Eastman at bat the
Macaw catcher let a pitch get
away from him for a passed ball
the Pedersen scored with the
winning run.
The box score:
Maca
AB R HPO A
Amato, 2b 3
Eberenz, If ...,.3
0
2
0
0
0
0 10 0
3 2 0 0
0 0 0 0
Pearson, If ....0
Durfee, c 4
French, ss, p .4
P. Corrigan,
p, ss 3 1 1 0
E. Corrigan, lb 3 0
Days, lb 1 0
Watts, cf 4 2
DesLondes, rf .2 0
6
0
0 0 0
0 0 0
1 1 0
Hitchcock, 3b .3 1
Totals 30 8 8 17 5 2
Two out when winning run was
scored.
Palomas
Garcia, 3b
Pedersen, ss
Barbier, p ..
Snodgrass, c
Allen, If ...
.4
.4
.2
.3
....3
... .2
....2
2b 2
Sander, lb
Feeney. rf
Rathgerber,
Totals ..
.25 7 8 18 4 9
Score by Inning
R
Macaws 021 2016
Palomas 000 2417
Summary
H
8
8
Runs batted in: Eberens 2,
French. Hitchcok. Earned runs:
Macaws 2, Palomas 4. Stolen
bases: Eberenz. Durfee 2. Watts
! Hitchcock 2, Pedersen 2, Barbier
2, Snodgrass 2. Allen 2. Two
base hits: Allen. Barbier, Snod
grass. Leit on oases: Macaws iu
Palomas 6. Struck out by Bar-
bier 10, Pete Corrigan 3, French
4. Base on balls: Off Barbier 4.
Pete Corrigna 4, French 1. Wild
pitch: Barbier. Passed balls:
Snodgrass 2, Durfee 5. Time of
game: 1:45. Umpires: Mohl nnd
Diaz.
Martin's Pep
On His Cubs
(ever had a more spectacular World
Series than did Martin breaking
in as a Red Bird regular in 1931,
when he practically beat the vaunt vaunted
ed vaunted Athletics single-handed, bat batting
ting batting .500 in seven games and steal stealing
ing stealing five bases on his own. That

a kid performance inspired lyrics. Mar Martin
tin Martin was a center fielder in his big

gest Series. When he got into an another
other another one in 1934, he- was a third
baseman fielding the' ball with his
chest.'
There never was a more down-
to-earth- ballplayer than Martin.
Anmaculate uniform was covered
immaculate uniform was covered
with dirt five minutes after he
put it on.
repper no doubt is' the reason
why ground crews now drag the
infield after the seventh inning.
Rounding first base and then nut
ting on the brakes when he saw
he couldn't go for two, Pepper dug
nig noies on the baseoaths. His
famous belly slides left ditches.
NO OUTFIELDER COLLIDED
with Martin in attempting to catch
a fly. Outfielders could feel the
earth shake when he was com
ing. Once 'one of his shoes flew off
and hit Rip. Collins, playing right
nem mat afternoon, on the head
Martin kept in the headlines
while managing in the minors. In
Sacramento, his bedroom was a
sleeping bag in the grandstand
While managing Miami of the Floe
ida International League, he chok
ed an umpire and poked an abusive
Dieacher, fan on the nose,
Martin nerhaos was haoDiest of
an wnue in charge of a mass slid
ing pit at the Brooklyn training
camp hard by Vero Beach while
tne Dodgers were supplying the
if : : m ... ... ...
mmiui oun oux .wun laieni.
The leathery-faced Martin beam
ed as 700 young players hit and
cnurnea tne sawdust.
Pepper Martin would have stay-
ea .mere au nignt, :,

If you want Bourbon at its best call for
"GREEN RIVER' America s smoothest
vhisky.
Sold at all leading bodegas and bars,

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'SKI LINE With the snow-covered Bavarian Alps as a back- j
drop, Ola? Bjoemsiad, the Norwegian, makei hke an eagle in
jumping contest at Garmisch, Germany.

by
JOE WILLIAMS

Tne thought occurs thai posterity, having only cold and
clammy records to go by, .may not be disposed to confer the same
degree of immortality ok Sam Langford as was accorded Mm by
his contemporaries.
Indeed, even from this distance, it is almost possible to hear
a posteritian grumble:
"If the guy was so good, how come he never won a cham championship
pionship championship in all the years he was fighting? And how about this
beaten 20 times and knocked out twice."
The fact is, the record, without the complementary testU
mony of competent judges... such as managers, referees, fight fighters
ers fighters and sports writers... who were of his era, would not be strik strikingly
ingly strikingly persuasive.
Perhaps no other fighter in history owed his exalted rank
in such large measure to the support of expert opinion, an opin opinion
ion opinion that, also appears to have been liberal and Informed.
Thus, when Langford lost, it was due not to a deficiency in
skill, but. .or so it was explained... to the circumstances undet
which he fought. He was so goa& tKal in order to stay in busu
ness there Were times when he had to lose. ..
In the light of certain current proceedings it seems odd that
the Tar Baby's fakeries eoked no outcries of moral indignation,
but, on the contrary, were viewed as justifiable expedients.
This is what makes it so difficult to get a valid measure measurement
ment measurement of Langlord's prowess. There is no way to tell how many
of his defeats were designed, how many were authentic. Certain Certainly
ly Certainly he didn't call the tune in all of them.
.

Stopped

In his fifth year of fighting he lost to Jack Johnson, but
It clearly wasn't due to lack of trying. Ironically, the defeat was
to give him enduring fame. Langford was small, as to height
(5-7'2) and weighed less than 160 when he squared off against
the Galveston Giant, who was destined soon to win the heavy heavyweight
weight heavyweight title.
The fight was held tn Chelsea, Mass., with Johnson getting
the decision in 15, though he had been knocked down in one of
the earlier rounds From all accounts it was a solid punch and,
Johnson was sorely stricken.
Several summers ago at the Cape I had the lively pledsur
of listening to an eye-witness account of the fight from one of
the natives, and was somewhat startled to hear that Langford
should have had a knockout.
"I don't knoio how long Johnson urns down, but it must ftot
been all of 20 seconds," he claimed. "The referee was in there to
protect him, and that's exactly what he did," . t:
The Cape Codder mentioned the referee by name, but I don't
recall it at the moment.
True or not, Johnson declined repeated offers for a rematch,
and Billy Gibson, who later handled Benny Leonard and Gent
Tunney, was convinced Johnson deliberately sidestepped the Tar
Baby. -.
Gibson, then promoting at the old Fairmont Club in. th
Bronx, offered him $15,000 to meet Langford in a six-round,
no-decision bout. s
"He Just laughed at. me, and said,. 'Save your money,, Mr.
Billy.'" '.;,:...,
" I
Handcuffs No Help
, ' 1 ' -.' c'
1 1 saw Langford fight twice. Once, as a youngster back home,
when he knocked out Dixie Kid in three rounds. Iwasn't mak making
ing making like an expert in those" days, so whether this represented a
big win or not at.the time, I couldn't rightly say. As a knockout
It was, of course, tremendously exciting. - : ::
Some years later I saw him against Saw McVey in Akron
and by then the two Sams had started going together regularly,
'and were meeting for the 10th or 12th time. It was. evident from
Jhe start that neither intended to draw blood in anger.
' It wasn't as easy for a colored Jiahter to get action in tang-
ford's heyday as it is now. This explains why the Tar Baby met
the same men so often. Besides McVey, he used Joe Jeannette,
Jim, Barry, Jeff Clarke and Jim Flynn as steady, meal tickets,
Later,-Bill Tate and Harry Wills were added.
For a great fighter; ...and Langford must have been all of
that. .he probably made more poor fights, or fights that looked
poor than any man the ring has known. But, then a fighter
can hardly be expected to be at his best wearing handcuffs,..

WARE OF IMITATIONS

V'

Johnson?



PAGE ELETTS

THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILI NEWSPAPER
FRIDAY, JANUARY 20, 1956
Homer Happy Chesterfield u

4 Rountltrippers Sink
Skidding CV Yankees
By J. J. HARRISON JR.
. The homer-happy Chesterfield Smokers, in sec second
ond second place two and one-half games behind the Spur
Cola $odamen, get another crack at the league lead leaders
ers leaders tonight in a single game at the Olympic Stadium.
The match had been originally scheduled for Mount
Hope Park.
r The Smokers smashed four roundtrippers last
' night to push across five runs in their 6 to 4 con conquest
quest conquest of the Carta Vieja Yankees who dropped to
five games from top spot in the standings.

BesfBieacher seals j Juan Estrada Returns To RP

uo lo tany nckei
Buyers For Series

Actually, tonight's game
should not have been set for
Mount Hope in the first place.
It is understood that Pan Panama
ama Panama Canal authorities in
charge of playgrounds inform informed
ed informed the league's schedule mak maker
er maker long before the season start started,
ed, started, that the park would be un unavailable
available unavailable for Pro League hall

on Jan. ZU

most nine gopher pitches
this season, lams siartea the
paiaae iec. 7. un Dec. 8 Her-
man Charles, Pepe Osorio and;
Leon lieuman got tnree mo.e
oil Billy the Kiu. Scheil con-j
nected lor anotner Dec. 30 and'
last night's iour Drougnt tut
10 i-al to nine.
'lne iauw had given Harris
t-hrpp run lead in the tnira

Humberto Robinson (Mi

&!r.TVSV d. "A hCseVond and tne run run-TRnhins'on
TRnhins'on run-TRnhins'on wmes back well ners advanced : when &urneue!
.SSttJr his i S i to 1 win over threw the ball into centerfleld
JJfif? in David Saturday, m an attempt to pickoff Pattoa'

iThis lasloutin Friday of las at second

week, Trice starieu aHtt.,.

Bleacher fans who buy their
tickets for the eighth Carib Caribbean
bean Caribbean Baseball Series now will
get better seats than (hose
who wait for the last minute.
Local series officials said
today fans buying the first
bleacher tickets for the series,
which starts at the Olymnic
6tadum Feb. 10. will he al allowed
lowed allowed to enter through the
first two gates so that the
can rt seats near the third
base line. Latr buyer will
have to be sisfied with seats
on the left field line.
Box seat for the sH-da
series sell for $25: preferred
covered stand. '2: ren"!
p'r-vcinn. covered stand $10;
and bleachers, $5.
Atlantic side fans buy tick tickets
ets tickets at the Colon offices of
Coifioreclon Universal de Ex-portaclon.

mound in disgust after giving
up four hits and two ruas in
three and one-third frames
Jim Tugerson took over for
Trice and lot credit for the wm
as the Sodamen triumphed 3 to
2' Trice reportedly is disgruntled
over his salary and wants to go
hOIBobby Prescott's sixth -in-Pin
four-bagger with Clyde
parris aboard, broke a three three-all
all three-all tie and sent the Smokers
on their way to victory last
"prescott's blast was the third
of four Rmoer homers in the
game. Ellas Osorio, Manito Ber Bernard
nard Bernard and Danny Schell also hit
fo- the circuit In the fourth,
fifth and seventh stan'as.
The other. Chesterfield mark-

SI.:," IS and came" home The matches for the monthly
J- BlHy 9ueen Hied deep XC&Si

. i- limn., hoon ma rip os fn lnws- Tee NO. I

at 8:15, P. Danniell, C. Burns,

Louise Reynolds. 8:20 s. car

1 unv artirome's hit brought

in Patton and Harris and he
reached second on the throw
to the infield. Eddie Phillips
flied to right and Bartifome
tagged up and got to third
after th ecath. The first base baseman
man baseman scored later on Dan Por Porter's
ter's Porter's double to left.
The fourth and final Yankee
marker came in the seventh on
Billy Shantz' two-base hit and
Porter's single.
Shantz' four-for-five was tops
for the night. Parris was next
best with three safeties In four
tries. Harris had two safeties in
three appearances.
Along The Fairways

Utah, Stanford
Picked To Win
Games Tonight

For Maw

By DAVID CONSTABLE

The first matador to be a a-warded
warded a-warded the tail and ear of a
bull at the inauguration of La
Maearena bullring four years
ago is scheduled to see action
here again Sunday. Jan. 29.
Mexican matador Juan Estra Estrada
da Estrada will return to the scene of
his victorious Panama debut to
again seek the plaudits of the
local aficionados in a "hand-to-hand"
with boy matador Mano Mano-lo
lo Mano-lo Marquez.

1, :

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; T f i .
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PANAMA PRO LEAGUE

Teams-

Won Lost

Pet.
.619
.500
.391

GB

2"2
5

bpur Cola 13 8
Chesterfield 12 12
Carta Vieja 9 14-

LAST NIGHT'S RESULT (Olympic Stadium)
Chesterfield 6r Carta Vieja 4
TONIGHT'S GAME (Olympic Stadium)
Chesterfield (Kobinson4-4) vs. Spur Cola (Trice 5-3)
Game Time: 7:30

PANAMA WOMEN'S GOLF
ASSOCIATION

Winning hurler w W'ly

. Burnette who went tn dis distance
tance distance to gain credit for his
second .decision... Mnt one
aetbock. He pertnited 11 bits.
, Bill Harris also "went the
; route and was charged fWh
his fourth los as compared to
three tr;mphs. He allowed

ten safeties.
Harris now has the
distinction of serving

penter, K. Call. E. Perantle. a: 25
M. Askew. C. Bishop, E. Little.
R-sn r. Fish L. riadlev. D. La

iv S'r F Tave.' M. David-

Son, J, Stirewalt. 8:40 M. Bucolo
p. Waring, R. Daniel, J. Clare.
Off tee 6 at &U5, J. Huldt-

dublous quist, E. Judson, L. Knuth. 8:0
up the'B. Dilfer, B. Hughes, C. Purdy.

Pre

ribes Make Formal

Of Scorer's Decision

By JOHN GRIFFIN
NEW YORK, Jan. 20 (UP
Utah and Stanford, two high high-ranked
ranked high-ranked teams which have bat battled
tled battled back from earlier reverses
are favored to score imnortant

victories tonicht to further their
ouest for a berth in one of the
post-seqson tournaments.
Utah, now rated No. 12 In
the nation, plays shot to nth nth-ranked
ranked nth-ranked Oklahoma Cltv In a
non-learne tussle while Stan Stanford,
ford, Stanford, which shares the No. 17
spot, viists Oregon State in a
key Pacific Coast Conference
clash.
Stanford would be unbeaten

in n games excent for a stun stunning
ning stunning unset by Washington on
Tan. 6. but the Indians shook- off

their groelness and have won the Fourth annual Invitational 14 and under

GIRL RECORD BREAKERS of the ten-year-old class free style
relay team and winners of the Police Association Balboa Branch
Trdphies in the 1955 third annual Gamboa Civic Council Swim
Meet. Left to right Helen George, c. Graves, V. Hirons and
H. Hewett.
Lits Of Events For Gamboa
Civic Council Swim Meet

This is the list of events fort 200 F. S. Relay (4x50) -Eoys

n

1 1

MANOLO MARQUEZ
Boy Matador
Last Sunday, the 19-year-old
Marquez become the first
toreador of the young bull bullfight
fight bullfight season to merit the a a-ward
ward a-ward of both his bul's ears.

PACIFIC LITTLE LEAGUE
W L Pet.
Gibraltar Life 3 0 1.000
Police 2 1 .867
Seymour Agency ,.,.2 2 .500
Spur Cola 1 1 .500
Elks 1414 0 2 .000

Lincoln Life 0 2 .000

Police 3, Seymour Agency 1

Litle League rans were treat treated
ed treated to another thriller yesterday

at the Pacific Little League dta

dium when the Police rallied in
the final stanza to score two

runs and edee the Seymour in

surance lads by the score of 3

t.o 2.

Brown of the Coopers an d

Huddleston of Seymour hooked
up in a pitching duel. Neither
team scored during the first
half of the game. In the fourth
the Seymour team sent up six
men to the plate and reaped one
run to go ahead. However, the
Police, not to be outdone, came
back in their half of the inning

and deadlocked the score at one

heroe's role when he irot his first.

hit and eventually scored.

.ine ieature of the game was
the control of the two chuckers.
Huddleston did not allow a sin single
gle single walk, whereas Brown was
nearly as effective while he gave
up two bases on balls.
On the offense, Olaser, the
first sacker and catcher for the
Police, had a perfect day at the
plate with two for two. He was
followed closely by Browder who
had two for three and Huddles Huddleston
ton Huddleston who an identical record. The
Police outhit the Insurance lads.
The only other Seymour player
to get a hit was Dubbs. The
fielding gem of the day was
contributed by fleet footed cen-

terfielder Brockman who mad a
shoestring catch and robbed
Priester of a safety.
The win for the Police keeps
them close behind the Gibraltar
Lifers who are leading the Cop Coppers
pers Coppers by one game.
The box score:

I Seymour

AB

a piece

The score remained that way Carlson, rf 3
until the final frame when Hud-! Corrlgan. If 3
dleston scored the tally to put Boatwrieht, ss 2
his team ahead. Again the Po- Huddleston, p 3

lice came storming oacK. t-or-

By J. J. HARRISON JR. 0
The Panama Baseball Writers
Association yesterday in a lct
ter to Pro League President
Raul Arango, protested the deci decision
sion decision of the league's official
scorer Leo Eberenz who credited
Chesterfield pitcher Ross Grims Grims-ley
ley Grims-ley for the win in the game
played at the Olympic Stadium
Dec. 3, in which chesterfield
defeated Spur Cola 6 to 5.
In the letter signed by Ber Bernardo
nardo Bernardo Nunez B president of
the association, Arango was ask asked
ed asked to intervene in the case so
as to have corrected "the er er-toneous
toneous er-toneous decision which gave the
win to Grlmslev Instead of to

the rightful winner, Humberto t

The letter branded Eberenz' i
action as a "violation of the I
Rules of Baseball," and sup- j
gested that the league presi-
dent take "definite steps" to
adjust the wrong.
The Writers Association pro-i
test is one of many voiced by!
groups and individuals since the ;
night of Dec. 3, when Grlmsleyi
and then Robinson followed i
. starter Wally Burnette to the i

. mound.
- A local sportswriter who
, sought, the opinion of J. G. j
Taylor Spink, editor of the
Sporting News, the so-called
, ."baseball bible," received the
reply, "Humberto Robinson i
should be credited with the

victory as his pitching : was
'much more effective than that
:' of the first relief pitcher Ross
Grimsley."
Nunez' letter compared the
work of Robinson and Grimsley,
and quoted article 10.17, chaDter
. c) of the Official Baseball
Rules, Completely Revised, 1955,
copyrighted 1955, by Baseball
Commissioner Ford C, Frick, in
the section entitled "Winning
and Losing Pitcher," which
states:;- :
". .-, When, after the starting
pitcher is replaced before
pitching at least five complete
innings, the opposing team
does not tie the score or take
the lead, credit the victory to
the relief pitcher .ieemed by
the scorer to have done the
most effective pitching. ."

Burnette was lifted in the

fourth innins for a pinchhitter

with Chesterfield ahead 8 to 4

Grimsley, who took over in
the fifth, worked two and two two-.
. two-. third innings, giving up five
hits, one run, two bases on bails,

.7

,v ut

three straight sine then. That
lone lns forces the Indians to

trau u.r,j,.A. in the Pacific
Coast Conference race for a bowl
berth, an U.C.L.A doesn't nlav
apain until Jan. 28. Stanford
must win four pames throutn
that date, starting with i to tonight's,
night's, tonight's, to stay within -striking
ran"".
Holv Cross, ranked 13th na nationally,
tionally, nationally, will be tnrin? for Its
seventh straight win and 13th
in 15 games toniht against
American International. And
Iowa ftate, which a'o shares
the 17th rankimr, will be trv trv-ing
ing trv-ing for its 10th win in 13
games atralnst Drake in an another
other another feature.
Two other Pacific Coast Con Conference
ference Conference eames tonight are Ore-"on-Mabo
and Washington St. St.-Washington.
Washington. St.-Washington. One of the slimmest c o nr t

"rdwams of -th geoson was of

fered last nieht, due to mid

year examinations. In features,

Texas A. 1 M M. 'crushed Sam

Houston St., 75-: Cblcat

! downed Cornell. 76 2: s n d

'Manhattan trounced AdelphI
. 80-76.

Gamboa Civic Council Swim: 200 F.

meet scheduled for February 22 Women

Gamboa Pool 3:00 p.m.

This meet is sponsored by tne

Gamboa Civic Council in coope

ration with the Division oi

Schools and is conducted under

the sanction of the Metroooii-

an Association Of tne a.a.u.

Rules of the Amateur Atniecic
Union of the United States will

govern this meet.

Tne meet is open vj wsn--m

of the Armed Forces, Ue,r de-
Sendents, and students of the
,S. schools of the Canal Zone.

All distances are yards. Tropnies

will De awaraea w wuukk ux
fifst. second and third in the

individual events and members

of the first place relay seams.
220 F. S. Men
25 F.S. Girls, 7 and under
25 F. S. Boys, 7 and under
25 F C Girls. 8 and under
25 p. s. Boys: 8 an dunder
100 Breast Men
25 F. S. Girls, 9 and 10
25 F. S. Bovs, 9 and 10
100 Back Women
ino Back Men
50 F. S. Girls, 11 and 12
51 p r.fovs, 11 and 12
5n F- s. Girls. 13 and 14
100 Medley Relay (4x25)

ComDetlnc aeainst Jaime Bo

afios, who helped to make the ritran started the innino; vith a

S. Relay (4x50) second corrida of the season Ibingle. Dempsey acted tne

much more successiui than tne
first, Marauez executed veroni veronicas,
cas, veronicas, rnanoletinas and other co colorful
lorful colorful passes with the cape that
made the aficionados roar with
approval.

r S. Relay ( x 50) Men.
Meeting regulations: Aee as

of February 22, 1958, will deter

mine eligibility for age group e-vents.

List all members of relav

teams on back of this form. No

Blitzkrieg

Dubbs, c 2

K. Anderson, 2b 3
Mallory, lb 1
Brockman, cf 2
Pearl, 3b 2

Like Bolafios. who has since

left the Isthmus, the young ma

individual entry will be consM- tador's performance before both
ered for relays; teams must be of the bulls he fought was near

8:25 E. Mathieson. R. Kruger, A

Todd. 8:30 B. Dials, L. Johnson,

M. Tubbs. 8:35 J. Morris. H
Clark, M. Mallory. 8:40 R. Cher

ry, J. Alexander, V. Pavlick, M.
Betters. '. ., ;
All of you girls please try to
be on time for your match. Anv
of you PWGA gals who forgot

litn clam un inm nn mif nnri Trnn

llwlli he nl'aced in one of t'he Gir1'. 12 .and under

Girls. 10 and under
. 10Q Medlev Re'av (4 x 25)
Bovs. iQ and under
ino F. S. Women
mr v s Men

03 Medley Relay (4 x 25) February 15, 1956.

listed and must be complete

teams.
Individuals may not swim the
same event in more than one
ae group; for example, a swim swimmer
mer swimmer 8 years and under may not
swim in both the 25 yard F. s.
for 8 and under and the 25 yard
F.S. for 9 a'nd 10; he or she may
swim only one 25 yard freestyle

event.
This does not apply to relay
events where swimmers of dif different
ferent different aee srouDS mav swim-cm

the same relay teams or in t,wo

aineren relay events provided
they are riot older than the age
limits for the event.
Place a check mark in front
of the events on which vou r.ish
to compete. Except as stated a a-bove
bove a-bove you may compete in as
many events as you wish. Mail
or deliver your entry to Gam Gamboa
boa Gamboa Gymnasium, Gamboa. Ca Canal
nal Canal Zone. Entries close at 1:00
p.m. on February 15, 1956. Yon
must submit an entrv from I'

you wish to compete. No entries

perfect. However. Marquez' more

colorful periormance eainea
him a victory over the elder to toreador.
reador. toreador. Estrada, who is well known
and loved by Latin American
aficionados, is named as a
crowd pleasr and will prob probably
ably probably show the younger Mar Marques
ques Marques a thin; or two at next
week's corrida.

CARTA VIEJA
Bartiromc, lb. .
Shintx, 2b ...
Porter, If ...
Dickens, 3b. .
Phillips, rf . .
Wilhelm, ii. .
Kropf, cf
Pafton, c. ,
Harris, p. . .
aHockenbury ,

AB
I

H PO
1 7

Totals 36 4 II 24 9
a-Flied out for Harris in 9th.

J

scheduled matches.

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LADIES DAY AT FT. DAVIS
The weekly tournament for
ladies was held Wednesday. The
Bingo Bango Bongo tourna tournament
ment tournament that was scheduled
couldn't be played because of an
Incorrect number of girls. The
Dlay was for low putts and net.
Louise Johnson took first prize
for low putts with 29. She also
tied Erlene Dials for low net
with both having 74.
So far no plans have bee en
ment so it will be a surprise to
made for next weeks tourna tourna-all
all tourna-all of us. Let's see a good turnout.

100 Medley Relay (4 x 25)

Bov. 12 pnd under
200 Medley Relay (4

x 50)

Inferscholaslic
Track Heel Tonight
ill Hounl Hope Park
The Mount Hope stadium will
be the scene of the 1956 Latin
American Interschools Track
and Field athletics when stars
from all local rate town as assemble
semble assemble tonight for a test of
speed and stamina.
The big show, an annual e
vent, has caught the attention
of thousands of younesters from
all the towns,, who will turn out
in droves for a glimpse at their
favorites.
High, school competition holds

the spotlight between Rainbow

City and La Boca in view or tne
fact that the Pacific side insti

tution holds the chamoionshin
over a period of two years, and

that this year the Atlantic

leading when he went out, the school is preparing to emeree

HUMBERTO ROBINSON
...victim?
and fanning two.
In the seventh, with runners
on first and second and t w o
outs, he uncorked a wild pitch
which advanced the runners.
The next batter was intentional

ly passed to load the bases and

Robinson came in to retire the

side on a foul fly to the catch-

er.o
Robinson finished the game.
He permitted no hits, no runs,
one base on balls and struck
out four. He hurled two and
one. Third innings one-third
of an inning less than Grims Grims-."
." Grims-." ley. .' ',
Eberenz, in a story in a morn morning
ing morning paper, has -said, "81 nee

Grimsley pitched more than
Robinson in the game, and was

Glr's, 14 and under

200 Medley Relay (4 x auj

Bovs.

100

Girls,

100

14 and under
F. S. Relay (4
10 and under
F. S. Relay (4

x 25)

x 25)

Boys. 10 ond under

50 FS. Women
50 F.S. Men -100
F. S. Relay (4x25) Girls

12 ind under

100 F. 8. Relay (4x25) Boys,

12 and under

200 F. S Pelay (4x50) Girls.

14 and under

victory was his."

I victorious. But because of pride,bow City,

and an ever increasim? exter extermination
mination extermination lo maintain predomi predominance;
nance; predominance; In Boca has left no stone
unturned lnl its preparation for
a continuance of supremacy.

The strueale will he keen in

hih "hool competition.

In the lunlor high depart-

rnent.' Po'aisft an In "oca il

last year with 57 points and

nnv well be the two teams to

offer a hecttc t"sie for sole
ownership of the 1P56 title. How

ever, news from Panta Cruz anc4

Rainbow Cltv indicate improve-,

chamDlonshlp.
There was no year that Junior
high school competition 'was
slack as the small kids give their
all -in rmest of laurels. Thes
kids talk victory, and never have
a doubtful mood. Jt will e ra rather
ther rather Interesting to watch she
fleht between those reorient reorienting
ing reorienting trffe four schools La Boca.

Parai.so." Santa cruz and Rain-

will be accepted after 6:00 p.nv other outstanding matador, the

I Peruvian Negro de Santa cruz.

CHESTERFIELD
Bernard, 2b. .

Scheduled for a future an--Schell, If. .

pearance is tlie even-more-fa- Stewart. etV .
mous Spanish bullfighter DO- qu,,',-' ; ;
minguln whose brother Domin-.p,,,'-
zo Gonzalez DomlnsueB arrived Prescott, rf. .
here 'Wednesday and, signed a'H'',e1'.
contract for a series or perform- Bu'Be

aneeshy Domineuin with Alber-iTora, .... .iz

to Kelso of La Maearena enter-1
i SCORE BY INNINGS
prlSe- Carta Vieja 003 000 1004
rjominsruln's first appearance Chesterfield .....000 113 10x 6
Ls scheduled to be aeainst an- Rb; Bartirome 2, Porter 2. E.

AB

H PO

Police 1
Asthon, ss 3 p
Browder, rf, lb ..3 0
Corrlgan, p, 2b 3 1
Priester, cf ......3 6
Dehlinger, If 31
Dempsey, 3b 3 J
Glazer, lb, c 2 0
Brown, p 2 0
Wilder, rf 10
Potter, c 1 P

6 10 27 11

Tiger Rags

By TREMOR SIMONS
Tonight the Cristobal High

School Tigers travel to the Pa-

citic side for their first inter inter-scholastic
scholastic inter-scholastic game away from home
for 1956. They take to the field
tonight favorites to overtake
Canal Zone Junior College, a
team weak from the lack of a-

vailable talent in C.Z.J.C. today.
College's main claim to an rim

towards saivagme sometning

from this season is a pair of
chuckers named Bill McKeown

and Lambert Montavani. with
only the potential hitting power
of Charles Gia villa and pitcher
McKeown, and those were si silenced
lenced silenced last Tuesday night when
Wayne Wall pitcher a no-hitter
for B.H.S., the College outlook
is not too bright.
Out of; 14 available players.
Coach Brown of Junior College
can hope for a shaky Infield at
it's best, while Curtis Jeof fries
and Mario Hopiac are his two
mainstays of the outfield, with
the other outer garden position
still a wide open lob.
Cristobal, like J.C, has lost

one game to Balboa Hl?h and

now stand lv2 eames oir tne
"ace. But the Tiger picture is
looking better and figures to im improve
prove improve with each game. Last
Tuesday, while J.C. was falling
victim to B.H.S., Cristobal was
giving the Twilight League lead leaders,
ers, leaders, a strone Navy nine, a rough

ttissel for a pair of extra in innings
nings innings before a costly mlscue de deprived
prived deprived the High School boys of

a victory.

ATI" ANTIC LITTLE LEAGUE
Mutual of Omaha played Gil
Morland's Pirates in the Atlan Atlantic
tic Atlantic Little League game at Mar Margarita
garita Margarita on Tuesday and won the
match 13-4. After making four
runs in the top half of the first,
the Pirates went scoreless for
the remainder of the five in innings
nings innings played.
Behind the pitching of Wai Wai-nio.
nio. Wai-nio. who replaced Bath in the
first, Mutual was in full com command
mand command of the situation, tallying
five runs in the first, six in the
second, and one each in the
fourth and fifth.
Scheidegg, Cristoph and Dro Dro-han
han Dro-han worked the mound for the
Pirates and gave up eight hits
while their own team remained
hltless. f
Mutual Is now tied with the
Coco Solo Braves for first place
in the league standings.

Previous to the opening of the

season the Tigers did not get
the practice they needed to lie
ready for opening day. An ex extended
tended extended rain season held oractlce
sessions to a minimum and my
prediction ls that as the season

progresses Cristoball will con continue
tinue continue to improve. Kaizer Bazan
drew his first starting assign assignment
ment assignment for that 9 inning affair in

Cristobal last Tuesday, a idi
though he was charged with the i
loss there was nothing but praise;
for his fine performance on the i

run ior Cristobal.

True, they have made some
mistakes and the errors havei
come at very untimely moments,
but a catcher like Charlie Fears
doesn't figure to give away too
many runs once rounded into
shape. Wamba Lung seems to be
regalnine some control and
could draw the starting role for,
tonight against J.C. If Palumbo
plans to bolster his llneuo by
shifting Bazan back to short shortstop.
stop. shortstop.
Cristobal's hitting has been uo
to par and there too you can
look for some Improvement. It
was not the lack of action at
the plate that caused Cristobal's
lass to Balboa High last Friday.
They matched the Bulldog's 9
As I sum it up, and I'll prob probably
ably probably be severely criticized for
this statement, Cristobal will
come back from their opening
setback and go through the
rest of the season in good enough
style to return the baseball
championship to the Atlantic
Side of the Isthmus.

Osorio, Bernard, Queen, Prescott 2,
Schell. Earned Runs Carta Vieja 4,

Chesterfield 6. Left on Bases Carta
Vieja 8, Chesterfield 4. Home Runs

t. Osorio, Bernard, Prescott, Schell.

Three Base Hit E. Osorio. Two Base

Hits Porter, Stunts. Sacrifice Hit
Queen. Stolen Base Bernard. Hit by
Pitch Harris (Stewart), Burnette
(Patton). Struckout by Burnette 2,
Harris 3. Bases on Balls off Burnette
2. Errors Carta Vieja 1 (Kropf),

Chesterfield 2 (Burnette, Stewart) j

Losing Pitcher Harris (3-41. Win Winning
ning Winning Pitcher Burnette (2-1). Dou Dou-blcplayt:
blcplayt: Dou-blcplayt: Bernard, Houradeau, E. O O-sorio;
sorio; O-sorio; Burnette, Houradeau, E. Oso Osorio.
rio. Osorio. Umpires Thornton, Coppin,
Hinds. Time ef Game 2:04.

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Himmler, 31, of Cumberland,
Md., has been identified as the
engineer who was found mur murdered
dered murdered in Georgetown, Mass.
Himmler was carrying blue blueprints
prints blueprints of the East Coasts Nike
and radar installations which
were found in his abandoned
automobile in Boston. Police
believe he may have been kill
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I WASHINGTON, Jan. 20 (UP)
! Three Senators two Democrats
and one Republican called lor
a "great debate' on me nations
foreign policy.
The demands came as a result
of the international controversy
over the "brink of war" policy of
Secretary of State John Foster
Dulles.
Sens. Mike Mansfield (D-Mont.)
and John J. Sparkman (I)-Ala.)
both members of the Senate For Foreign
eign Foreign Relations Committee called
for a "complete review" of for foreign
eign foreign policv. Mansfield said he
would call for the review from the
Senate floor.
Sen. William E. Jenner (R fnd.)
demaned a "complete reexamina
tion" of foreign policy alter de de-ccrihrno
ccrihrno de-ccrihrno Dulles as an "identical
twin" of former Democratic Sec Secretary
retary Secretary of State Dean G. Acheson.
An international debate has rag raged
ed raged around Dulles since last week
when he was quoted as saying
the United States avoided war
three times since 1953 by daring
to go ti its brink.
Other Congressional (lev c 1 o p p-ments:
ments: p-ments: DISABILITY .Several Congress Congressmen
men Congressmen agreed with President Eisen Eisenhower
hower Eisenhower "that there is a need (or
rules on removing a President who
is disabled. Mr. Eisenhower at his'
first full news conference since.
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FACES NEWSMEN Secretary
of SU'.e John Foster Dulles an
swers newsmen's questions in
Washington about his contro controversial
versial controversial "brink-oi-war' state statements
ments statements published in a maga magazine.
zine. magazine. Dulles said that aggres aggressors
sors aggressors must know in advance
that the U.S. would go to war
if necessary to defend "its vital
interests."
his heart attack said every phase
of the problem must be studied.
The constitution is unclear on the
subject and no law covers it. Sen.
Theodore Francis Green (D.-R.I.)
plans lo introduce a bill to set
up a commission to study the
problem. Sen. Frederick G. Payne
(R-Me.) has a bill in committee
detailing specific steps to be fol followed
lowed followed when a President is physi physically
cally physically unable to perform his du duties.
ties. duties. The House Judiciary Com Committee
mittee Committee is studying the question.
A constitutional amendment be before
fore before the committee would empow empower
er empower the House and Senate to "sug "suggest"
gest" "suggest" that the President was un unable
able unable to perform his duties.
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Margaret Lunches
With Young Parson
CAMUKIUGE, England, Jan. 20
(UP) Princess Margaret and her
mother had lunch yesterday with
a young Church of England chap chaplain
lain chaplain who is an "old friend" of the
princess.
Margaret and Queen Mother El Elizabeth
izabeth Elizabeth lunched with the Rev
Simon Phipps, 34, at his rooms in
Trinity Collece where he serves as
chaplain. The princess met the
bachelor parson in 1037 when she
was 7 and he was 16.
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riVK CENTS
Talle said he has asked for
White House appointment to dis-1
cuss me matter with Mr. Eisen Eisenhower
hower Eisenhower and Secretary of Agricul Agriculture
ture Agriculture Ezra T. Benson. About 25
Republican Congressmen from
eight midweslern states also ask asked
ed asked for a conference with Benson
to urge stronger action to bolster
livestock prices.
NATURAL GAS Sen. Pau. H.
Douglas (D-lll.) cautioned Demo Democrats
crats Democrats favoring the natural gas biil
they will lose their claims to a
"giveaway" issue against the Re Republicans
publicans Republicans if they let the bill pass
Congress. Douglas said he was
preparing to speak possibly four
days in the Senate debate on the
bill to rescind federal controls on
gas prices.

Air Force Budget Takes
Billion Dollar Beating

! WASHINGTON. Jan. 20 (UP) lhave withdrawn. Some monev has
j About $1 billion was knocked out! had to be diverted from fuel ac ac-,
, ac-, Of Air Force appropriations re-j counts for other activities, inevita-

quests before the Administration
sent its new budget to Congress, I
olhcial sources disclosed today, i
As a result, they said, the
service will order about 400 few
er planes than it considers ne
cessary and will have 10 per cent
less money than it urged for day-to-day
operations and mainten maintenance
ance maintenance in the year starting July 1.
Despite the shaving of money
requests, however, Gen. Nathan F.
Twining, Air Force Chief of Staff,
asserted last night that he "shall
support the budget that is before
tho Congress.''
The General will tell Congress
er, and that a considerable step step-up
up step-up in aircraft funds will be need needed
ed needed in 1958 if the 137-wing air force
is to be modernly equipped, of officials
ficials officials said.
The fiscal 1957 budget proposes
$15.4 billion in Air Force appro appropriations.
priations. appropriations. An additional $1.1 bil billion
lion billion will be asked for that serv service
ice service son in the fiscal 1957 milita military
ry military construction appropriations bill.
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Mr. Eisenhower asked $5.8 du-
lion for aircraft procurement, a
drop of half a billion dollars un
Ider the current year's appropna-isecm

tion. i
Greatest Air Force concern has
been over funds allotted for rou routine
tine routine operations and maintenance..
The Budget asked $3,788,000,000.
which is an increase of lfi, lfi,-500,000
500,000 lfi,-500,000 over the current year but
more than $400 million under
what the service asked for,
A high official said tne money
pinch is specially felt in the Jan
East where the air arm nas u,
to lake over many army-perform
ed services as the ground forces
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bly reducing flying hours for jet
planes. The result could be to low-
er combat readiness.
Officials said a shortage of funds
and technicians has hampered op-
erations throughout the air force.
But they disputed a claim
recently made by Air Force
Magazine, the Air Force Asso-.
ciation publication, that almost a.
third of the Tactical Air Com Command's
mand's Command's fjghter plane force was
grounded for lack of mainren-.
ance.
The actual figure for grounded
tactical fighters of all types is 8.9
per cent, officials said. They
thought that not pessimistic in
view of the transition tactical is
making to supersonic planes and
the problem it has of getting tech technicians.
nicians. technicians. Harriman Admits It's
Unlikely He Ever
jS ANGELES; Jan. 20 (UP)
fjov. Averell Harriman of New
York, conceding that it "doesn't
very ukely" he ever will
be President, today resumed his
free-swinging attack on the Eisen
hower administration.
Harriman was scheduled
to speak at a Town Hall lunch in
the Biltmore Hotel early this af afternoon.
ternoon. afternoon. His address was expect expected
ed expected to be another sharp blast at
we nenuoiieans. Harriman. in
recent months, has heen the most
outspoken Democratic critic of the
administration.
Following an address before the;
Commonwealth Club in San Fran-
Cisco yesterday, the New York!
Governor let slip in an informal!
QUestion-and-answpr nprinH lhati
he doubls if he ever will be elect-1
ed President. Harriman has been!
described as an "inactive" candi-1
j date for the Democratic presiden-1
tial nimination. 1
i Asked by a club member whati
; he would do "to insure peace"
aneuiDpuil-
I "I don't think it's necesary lo
i point out that I am not President.
i And it doesn't seem very likely i
'that I ever will be.'" I
I .......
I Harriman later told a reporter
! there "was no political implica-
tion In his statement,
"It was simply a reasonably
l modest man talking," he said. "It
-..t 1 4.
I wits mui ineaiii iu muiuaiie unv wctj
I or the other whether I will be be-Icome
Icome be-Icome a formal candidate."
Leo Durocher Sent
To NBC Showers
HOLLYWOOD, Jan. 20 (UP)
Leo Durocher was sent to the
showers today.
NBC-TV announced that the for former
mer former New York Giants baseball
manager had been fired as mast-i
er-of -ceremonies from the net-
work's new Sunday nieht "Come-i
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Dnirocher quit baseball to ac accept
cept accept an NBC contract last fall.
BALBOA TIDES
SATURDAY, JANUARY 2t
HIGH LOW
:00 i.m J:U ,.m.
9:28 p.m. 3:30 p.m.

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cements, thp Internal Poon,,
Service is hoping the do-it-your-
iau wiu spread to the m 1 1-
lions Of taxDavers whn mnot filo
meir tax rpturn hv tho Anr
16 deadline
In years "ast a n incroocind
number of highly ttained revenue
a Ben Is have heen milloH nff ihlr
regular jobs of tracking down tax
delinquents ana assigned the task
oi neipmg Mil out returns for tax taxpayers
payers taxpayers who showed up at the rev revenue
enue revenue office. This year, Internal
Revenue will answer questions
and supply information, but hoo
es most able-bodied taxpayers
win cooperate by filling our their
own returns.
'Great Achievement'
Medal Goes To Salk
For Polio Vaccine
WASHINGTON, Jan. 20 (UP)
Dr. Jonas E. Salk will receive
a gold medal from the govern government
ment government next Thursday in recogni recognition
tion recognition of his "great achievement"
in developing a vaccine against
polio, it was reported here.
Informed sources disclosed
that the Pittsburgh scientist will
be honored 1n a ceremonv at the
Health, Education, and Welfare
Department.
The medal, proposed bv Presi President
dent President Eisenhower and authorized
bv Congress, will be nrpsentert tn
Palk by Health Secretary Mar
lon B. Folsom nn hphnlf nf th
President snd the nation. Mr.
Eisenhower's restricted schedule
presumably ruled out his mak making
ing making the award personally.
Last Anril 22. Mr. Elsenhower
?ave Salk a personal citation
and reorrnped tr" he re receive
ceive receive a civilian achievement
medal.
Thp pold medal, st.n'pV bv th
TT.R. Mint. carHes a likeness of
Salk On onp sirip and a envprn-
rentai inscrintion on the other.
The law provided for the mint minting
ing minting and sa'e of bronze duplicates
as souvenirs.
i
oren Drft Foer
imails Mates
SEOUL. Korea .Tan ?n -ifTTPI
Police said todav thev have ar arrested
rested arrested a draft dodger who preved
on other draft dodeers while Dosinp
as an army captain.
Lee Sung Hak, 25, was arrested
while trying U blackmail a cor corporal
poral corporal by falsely charging him
with desertion, police said. Inves Investigators
tigators Investigators said Lee also tried t o
blackmail other draft dodgers.
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Here's the first of 12 articles in NEA':
annual Income Tax Primer, recognized fo:
14- years as the authoritative "do-it-yourself"
tax guide for millions of newspapei
readers. The handy, plain-talk direction;
are prepared by Richard A. Mullens, whe
has conducted NEA's Tax Primer since
1949. clip and save all 12 articles for future
reference as you work on your return.
(Sorry; individual questions from readers
cannot be answered.)
By RICHARD A MULLENS

The average taxpayer doesn't
nave complicated b us i n e s s
transactions requiring the ad advice
vice advice of and expert on tax law.
But most all taxpayers who fill
out their own returns ..want
more help and explanation than
is provided in the official i n s s-ruction
ruction s-ruction booklet issued with the
blank tax returns,
This year, just as it has for the
past 15 years, NEA's Income Tax
Primer is desienpr) tn fill tho noo
of the taxpayer who wants to
cuuipiece ms own return but who
also wants additonal help, tips
and explanations to insure h i s
doing a good job.
H you have to file a return
for 1955, save each article ..of
the Primer as it a p p e a r s in
The Panama-American.
This brines US to a mi net inn
everyone is interested in:'Do I
nave to me a. return?.'
The law provides that all citi citizens
zens citizens and anyone residing in the
United States even though not a
citizen must file a return if his in income
come income for 1955 was $600 or more.
There is an exception and a
quanncation to this rule. If you
were 65 or ever on Dec. 31, 1955,
you need not file a return unless
yoor income is $1,200 or more
and self-employed persons sub subject
ject subject to social security tax must
file a return if they have net
earnings from self-employment
of at least $400 even though their
Little League
Girls 9, Boys 7
Nine girls and seven boys
were born at Gorgas Hospital
during the week which ended
at midnieht Mondav .Ian 1fi
During the same period 785 pa patients
tients patients were admitted to the hos hospital
pital hospital and 172 discharged.
parents ot the girl babies are:
Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Allen .-.f
Cocoli; Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Cun Cunningham,
ningham, Cunningham, of La Boca- Mr and
Mrs. J. A. Rodriguez, of Curun-
cu; Mr. ana Mrs. A. A. Peters.
Of Panama Cifv Mr nnrl Mrs
A. McKenzie, of Panama City;
Lt. and Mrs R. T. Zarcsn nf
Fort Clayton: Mr. and Mrs. V.
T. Boyer, of Gamboa; Mr. and
Mrs. B. R. Campbell, of Panama
City; and Mrs. and Mrs. G. A.
Hutchinson, of Farfan.
Parents of the bov babies are:
Mr. and Mrs. G. R. Blake, of
Panama Citv: Mr. and Mrs. C
T. Ford, of Gamboa; Mr. and
Mrs. G. O. Wynter. of La Boca:
Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Rido'e, of
Panama Citv Mr. arm Mrs. K'
L. Jamieson, of Paralso; Mr. and
Mrs. o. u. Fitzgerald, Of Pan Panama
ama Panama Citv and Mr and Mrs J
R. Barker, of Curundu
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:iALiCC:-Li ROBERT NEWTON

JIM HAWKINS wltk CONNIE GILCHRIST

tOREPC.T
YOUR INCOME HON E5TLYJ
tfON'T WAIT UNTIL LAST
Minute to file your
RETURNv-
gross income is less than the $600
or $1,200 test described above.
Such persons will not owe any in income
come income tax but a return is required
so their social security account
will be properly credited.
In determining whether you
have received $t00 (or $1,200 of
over 65) income, you cannot
subtact nonbusiness deduct deduct-ible
ible deduct-ible items such as charitable
contributions, taxes on your
home, or interest on your home
mortgage. For example, sup.
pose you are a stuuent who
earned $650 in 1950.
Even though you contributed
$50 to a church and paid $10 a s
interest on a loan, you would
your gross 'income exceed $600.
Many students and others who
worked part ime in 1955 but ear earned
ned earned less than $600 should file a
return if income tax was withheld
from their pay. Such persons owa
no tax and are entitled to a re.
fund of any that was withheld,
but it will not be repaid unless a
return is filed.
Even though the deadline for
filing 1955 tax returns is not
until April 16, 1956, it's a good
idea to complete ..your return
early so that you wont' be rush rushed
ed rushed at the last minute. If you
won't be rushed at the last
minute. If you have a .refund
coming, the sooner you you file,
the sooner it will be mailed to
you.
NEXT: What form should you
Police Chief Turns
Out To Be Convict
CHEROKEE, Ala., Jan. 20 C-
fIJPi John Edmund Rurtnn h
been the police chief here since
Oct. 1, has been revealed as an es escaped
caped escaped convict.
Authorities said Burton had
been doing "a darn good job" of
enforcing the law. But he was ar arrested
rested arrested and may face serious cri criminal
minal criminal charges.
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sea of svectacle!
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Claraetar
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