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Title:
The Panama American
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Weekend American
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On Saturday published as: Weekend American, Dec. 10, 1966-May 5, 1973.

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lucky' Luciano Denies
South Africa Gem Theft

NAPLES. Italy, Jan. 21 (UP)
-Charles "Lucky" Luciano, de deported
ported deported American vice lord, today
Seriied that he masterminded a
$600,000 jewel robbery In South
Af'-What s a matter with peo people?"
ple?" people?" he screamed. This has got
to stop. Every time somebody
does something .they blame .me
In Johannesburg!!, Soutn A A-frica
frica A-frica Assistant Attorney Gen Gen-...
... Gen-... vutar told a court

yesterday that Luciano was implicated-to
-the robbery of jew
els from the home of the
daughter-in-latrof Sir Srnest
Oppenhelmer, South African
diamond magnate.
He made the Implication at a
preliminary hearing for two of
the accused robbers. He said Lu Luciano
ciano Luciano sent an underline here to
"fence"' the haul, one of tne
largest in history. .
yutar did not say whether the
T,,ionn emissary ever reached

here. He held back any other
details of the alleged connection

until the hearing resumes mu-

Luciano was deported to Italy
frnm t.h United States. He has

been living out of the public
eye but under police surveil surveillance.
lance. surveillance. The jewels were stolen Dec. 8.
The hearing yesterday concern concerned
ed concerned charges against William
Lindsay Pearson, 32, an Austra Australian
lian Australian and private detective Don Donald
ald Donald Ernest Miles, 34.
Yutar said Miles hatched the

burglary plan while fire-prooi

Oppenhelmer home. He found
the sate and a key, the prose prosecutor
cutor prosecutor said, but the sale was
empty then because the Oppen Oppen-heimers
heimers Oppen-heimers were away.
Miles sent Pearson to London
to contact a "big fence," the
prosecutor said, and Pearson
traveled from London to Ams Amsterdam
terdam Amsterdam and then to Italy where
he approached Luciano.

when Pearson returnea nere

;he told Miles a go-between was

on the way from Italy, avoid avoiding
ing avoiding to the prosecutor, but Miles
then offered to sell the jewels
to an insurance adjusttr.
Police burst in on Uis meet meeting
ing meeting between Miles and the ad adjuster
juster adjuster and recovered most of the
jewels.

Knowlahd Defends Foreign Policyjparfy

Attacks Stevenson, New Dealers

Orators

Damage To Grounded
Ore Ship Slight;

Canal Barge Bashed
Damage was reported to be
negligible to the ore ship Texan
which yesterday ran aground on
the west bank of the canal near
Contractors' Hill, but there was
$1400 worth of damage to he
barge which was hit by the ship
when she ran out of control
A power failure, which lasted
40 minutes, was believed to be
the cause of the accident which

rendered the Texan out of con control.
trol. control. The shin hit the biree,

ing the thatched roofs of theicaimng daamge to the cable

nu via wi 41 r vn"- w
west bank of the Canal.
At first it was believed that
the ship had sprung a leak in
the No. 1 hold, but a subseauent
diver's examination revealed
there was no damage other than
to an overflow outlet pipe which

was knocked off,

OFFERED BRIBE Rep. Ruth
Thompson (R., Mich.) uses
the telephone in her Washing Washington
ton Washington office after she revealed
that she was offered a $1,000
"bribe" to help get the Air
Force to locate, a jet fighter
base in Cadillac, Mich. She re refused,
fused, refused, however, to say who ap approached
proached approached her with the offer.

47 Killed
In Bombay
Rioting

PALM BEACH, Fla., Jan. 21
(UP) Sen. William F. Know Know-land
land Know-land (R-Cal.) defended trie ad administration's
ministration's administration's foreign po'lcy a a-gainst
gainst a-gainst Democratic attacks last
night but avoided paylnot per personal
sonal personal tribute to President Eisen Eisenhower.
hower. Eisenhower. The Senate minority leader
sharply attacked Democratic
Presidential hopeful A d 1 a i
Stevenson and other "New
Dealers" for their "unwar

ranted" attacks on Secretary
of State John Foster Dulles
at a $100-a-plate Repoblican

fund-raising dinner.

those associated with them,' every night until election

would miscalculate or would feel it s all right.

and

that the treaties we have en

tered into and the obligations
which we have taken upon our ourselves
selves ourselves were mere scraps of pa paper.
per. paper. "Such a policy," Knowlland
said, "would be fatal to our own
survival and the preservation of
a free world of free men."

He also criticized the Unit Unit-r&
r& Unit-r& Nations for appearing to

Th Democrats teed off on

Dulles after Life magazine
quoted him as saying the na nation
tion nation avoided war with Red
China three times In the past
three years only by practic practicing
ing practicing the "necessary art" of
"walking to the brink" of war.
President Eisenhower Thurs

day defended Dulles as "the best
secretary of state I have ever

CoastTo Coast
HopeHellRun

PRR Train Victim
Carried 60 Dollars
In Birthday Money
""A Jamaican janitor for the Ar Army,
my, Army, who was killed yesterday
when he was hit by a Irain, was
i-irrvins Jbo a birthday gift

presented to him earlier in the
day by a group of his friends.

Isaac Robinson was aooui 10
celebrate his 59th birthday when
he was fatally injured yesterday
by a Panama Railroad frieght
train near the Corotal station at
11:02 a.m. ;
A coroner's Inquest was order ordered
ed ordered to determine cause of death.
An eye witness to the accident
who was driving along Barth Road
told Canal Zone Police that Mr.
Robinson was walking diagonally
across the tracks and apparently
was unaware of the train's ap approach.
proach. approach. Engineer of the train was
Bernard W. Mclntryre.
Mr. Robinson was thrown clear
of the track and fell down an em embankment
bankment embankment on the side toward Los
Pine

The injured man was taken to
v.. hnsnital bv an Army ambul

ance from Fort Clayton which pas passed
sed passed the scene soon after the ac accident
cident accident occurred. He received ser ser-tmie
tmie ser-tmie heart iniuries and although he

...iv.rf tint aid by Dr. Gene

Whittington who was in the am ambulance,
bulance, ambulance, he died soon after ar arrival
rival arrival at Gorgas Hospital.
The accident victim is survived
bv his wife and a son who live in
fctnama.

nomination, reviewed accom-

BOMBAY. India. Jan. 21 (VP) plishments of "the Eisenhower

rouce wun oraers lo snoot on ivepuunuan iuimBuivu

sight" patrolled the streets tonight

to quell a wave of looting and
vandalism that followed four days
of rioting.

Knowland asked if the crit

ics of Dulles and the Repub Republican
lican Republican Administrations' foreign
policy want the United States
to (rive in "if the Communist
wolf should huff and puff."

Just what is the proposal of

the domestic critics?" he asked.l what .Mansfield called "poverty

Officers opened the fire at two
places to halt store looting and
stone hurling by young hoodlums.
They killed one person and in injured
jured injured two others.
- The anti-government rioting 6v-

Agent lor tne snip saia tne(er me remrw ng oi. aaiaies u t,, abandon a free Ko

rea...to allow the free Chinese

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WASHINGTON, Jan. 21 (UP) Republican leaden
from coast to coast made it abundantly clear today they
want President Eisenhower to run again despite his re recent
cent recent reservations about his health. ..
At hundreds of "Salute to Eisenhower" dinners spon-

no foreign foe we ever JSwfS by the GOP national finance committee across the
of world events. country last night, the dominant theme of the political

Mike Mansfield D-, Sen. Matthew m. Neeiy wfl. "We want ke.

The President told an estimated 100,000 party faith faithful
ful faithful frankly that his future role in the GOP remained "undetermined."

But he said whether campaign time finds him a re

election candidate or "a worker in the ranks" he will (a (a-hnr
hnr (a-hnr with all his strength for continuation of the policies

that guided his administration for the past three years.

Sen.

h 'rnvernftd bv cxDediency known."

Instead of principle." Gov. Averell Harriman of New
n.it. hp said if the United! York, in a speech in Los Ange-

States maintains a firm position j lea. declared that U.S. foreign

nt .HwVlh.nivunnTlCUl WOHU Bliaua, uicic is "U'Fi.J uwuw ....o. ?

put "fi'vv -"..V : rtnmtip nf foreign nolicv Drob- "reck ess and militaristic.

2.ue? b?'u e.,l rr!!Lalrirem trat canno be solved and1 Several Democratic senators

culously avoided any personal
reference to the President in!
his address to some 540 Florida

RepuDiicans. m.on,v,ii rfHarrf tn Jw.Vj) declared the "stunend

iv canoS v" war"! ous folly" of Dulles' Magazine in;
Preslrientfal nomination if Mr I interview proves the nation interview has put the kiss of
Presidential nomination u m.l w,wh time" in lis death" on the next OOP nresl-

Eisenhower does not sees "" ",.;.. .nrfiHat whether it is

He led a fresh chorus if :Mr. Eisenhower "Ori someone
Democratic attacks on admin- hand-picked by him.'
istration foreign policy, In-
eluding charges that the peo- M.J-,.-Sr (LHnt

pie have not been told tne 1 tflllUliwlll3 WUIIJ

irum anout me seriousness ui
the world situation.
There also were mounting de demands
mands demands for a "reaDDraisal" of

Is it to repudiate NATO (the

North Atlantic treaty organiza organization)?
tion)? organization)? We take risks as a mem

ber of NATO.

vessel would leave sometime latefpread into eastern India where
this afternoon. The ship waslmobs paralyzed rail traffic and

pulled free by two Dredging Dl
vision tugs.

The
Judge's Bench

For stealing I cayuco from the
Sea Scout Dock on Chagres Riv River
er River at Gamboa, Jesus Maria Doria,
a 52-year-old Colombian was fin fined
ed fined $15 yesterday in the Balbia
Magistrate's Court.
- The cayuca, worth $25 belonged
to Norberto Herrera.
James B. Canfield, 21-year-old
American was placed on six
months probation after he wax
given a suspended sentence for
reckless driving. The offense oc

curred in Balboa on Jan. 11 at

2:40 t.m. : : -Fort
battery on a girlfriend, Syl
via Smith,' a 19-year-old Panaman

ian, Victor S. Gray was given a
10. day jail sentence which was

suspended, and he was placed on

one year probation. The charge
was an outgrowth of an argument

between the two.

Soldier Admits

Indecent Exposure
On Gorgas Road
A voune woman who reported a

case of indecent exposure to Canal

Zone police was able to help iden identification
tification identification of the soldier involved
by giving them the license plate
of his automobile.

She reDorted to oolice that man

dressed in khaki uniform with
the chevrons of a master serge sergeant
ant sergeant had been driving up and down
Gorgas Road in front of the hos hospital
pital hospital yesterday morning exposing
himself indecently.
By checking the license plate
number she gave them, they were
able to track down the owner of
the 1950 green Buick, and asked
him to report to the station.
Yesterday, the defendant, M.

Set. Frederick B. Small was

charged with indecent exposure
and Judge John E. Demlng order ordered
ed ordered a psychiatric examination. The
case against the 47-year-old mili military
tary military man, who is attached to the
23rd Quartermaster Corps, was
continued until Wednesday after after-noom.
noom. after-noom. The complainant,- who lives in
Colon, reported the Incident to

'police at 11:15 a.m. yesterday.
Small is free on $100 bail. He

pleaded guilty to the charge.

Rhee Advises Bike

Riding As Economy

SEOUL. Jan. 21 (UP)-Presi-

dent Syngman Rhee told his gov government
ernment government officials today to use bi

cycles to save gasoline and other
expenses. He said automobiles are
all rieht for carrying heavy cargos

but not to use to go to the post

office to mail a letter.

-N.V

Reds Accuse Church
Mission Of Snvinp;

BERLIN, Jan. 21 (UP) -East

' German Communists charged to

day that church travelers' aid mis missions
sions missions in the Soviet zone were spy

3yv' ins for NATO. The press office

saia me iviiiusuy ui uiicnui im
off the missions from any contact

with their West Berlin headquar headquarter.
ter. headquarter. I
Western officials said the Com

munist action might be the first
open attempt to split the Evangeli Evangeli-car
car Evangeli-car Church which operates mis missions
sions missions in East and West Germany
to" ililmleTf-tirdistress:

The Communists Socialists and

Hindu Communal parties called a
general strike in Calcutta and the

rest of Bengal tomorrow to pro

test Prime Minister Jawaharlal

Nehru's decision to re-district the

states.
Bombay Police Commissioner K.

D. Bilimoria blamed the Commu Communists
nists Communists for inspiring J the riots. He

announced that 47 persons had

been killed and more than 500 in

jured in four days of violence.
He disclosed that 2,166 persons
were under arrest.

In nearby Nipani, police charg charged
ed charged a howling mob with iron-tipped
clubs. One woman was killed and

another hurt m the clash. :.
In most sections, the terrorism
subsided today into general hooli hooliganism.
ganism. hooliganism. More than 31 shops were
looted in Bombay. A crowd tried
to burn a police court, but was
dispersed.
Police arrested 40 students in
Madhya Pradesh where a complete
work stoppage was called. All 53

members of the Koinapur munici municipality
pality municipality resigned to protest the gov

ernment decision to make isomoay
a free state.

Saboteurs wrecked hundreds of

water meters in Kolhapur. burned

letter boxes and placed bar

riers across the streets.

The strike in Calcutta was cal called
led called to protest what the parties

called Nehru s violation of old con

eress nartv pledges that new

states would be re-aligned ac

cording to languages spoken in

them. ;'

Tnriians in various parts of the

country speak vastly different lan languages,
guages, languages, and they do not want
boundaries crossing language lines.
BALliOA TIDES
SUNDAY, JANUARY 22
HIGH LOW
10:04 a.m. 4:H a.m.
10:36 p.m. 4 3

"Is it that we should how

serve notice to the men In the
Kremlin that, despite their pro provocations
vocations provocations a g a i n a sovereign
countries... that we will take
no risks to support human free freedom
dom freedom against a Godless tyranny?
"I am certain that no person

wants to take a position by

which those in the Kremlin, and

Chilean Describes
US As Violafor
Of Other's Ricjhls

MEXICO CITY, Jan. 21 (UPV (UPV-A
A (UPV-A Chilean diplomat described the
United States today as one of th

chief violators of the territorial

rights of other nations.
Luis Cruz Ocanipo, former Chi

lean Ambassador to Russia, made

the charge before the Inter Ameri American
can American Council of jurists which con convened
vened convened here yesterday.

Referring to opposition by the

United States to the 200-mile mari

time frontier claimed formally by

Chile, Ecuador and Peru, Cruz

Ocampo said tne united biaies
recognizes no sovereignty claims
beyond a three-mile zone because
it has no coastal fisheries and Am American
erican American commercial fishermen "in "invade"
vade" "invade" the fishing banks of other
nations.
Cruz Ocampo suggested that
the three South American coun countries
tries countries might be satisfied with a 20 20-mile
mile 20-mile maritime frontier, as a com com-nromise.
nromise. com-nromise. He said he considered

such a frontier as iair ana inai
as legal advisor of the Chilean
Foreign Ministry he would seek

to convince other American na

tions to set this bmit.

stricken" foreign policies

A member of the Senate For Foreign
eign Foreign Relations Commltte, Mans Mansfield,
field, Mansfield, said In a Senate .speech
that Dulles' magaarne article al already
ready already has touched off a."review
and reappraisal" of foreign pol

icy that is "long past aue.-

"For three years," he said,
"we have lived on borrowed
time in foreign relations, 1
have failed to find one major
new approach to the situation
abroad."
Mansfield declared the ad

ministration has produced only

"advertising gimmicks" and
"louder words which fewer and

fewer DeoDle heed.

He added that the world is
full of danger spots, including a
"serious" crisis In France.

Unless U.S. foreign policy

meets the problems, he said,
they will eventually "exact from

the people... a terrible price, an
inconceivably greater price than

we have paid for past wars."
On a more hopeful note. Mans Mans-fild
fild Mans-fild said a "vigorous review" of
foreign policv could lead to 'new
ideas to fill the vacuum, to stop
the dangerous drift which has
settled over our foreign oolicy."
Sen. Walter F. George (D (D-Ga.),
Ga.), (D-Ga.), chairman of the Senate
Foreign Relations Committee,
praised Mansfield's speech as
"disapassionate" and "entitled
to a great deal of respect."
George said "we are going to
have a review every day and

RAF Plane Crashes
In Shopping Zone;
1 Dead, 20 Injured

' WADHURST. England. Jan. 21

(UP) A Royal Air Force plane
exploded in flames in the air
yesterday and crashed into a busy
shopping center at the height of
the weekend rush, turning it into

Chile, Ecuador and Peru, by a-mass of flames.

tri-partite agreement slg n e d in,
Dec. 1954, laid formal claim to a
200-mile maritime frontier to pro protect
tect protect their whaling and other fish fishing
ing fishing rights. -.'-;:

THREE DIE IN CRASH Three persons were killed and 'our thewWured when w automo automo-hiu
hiu automo-hiu niridded nn the lev Pennsylvania Turnpike at Somerset, Pa and crashed into this tractor tractor-Jailer
Jailer tractor-Jailer tSk The thre'e kilUdwe'e riding fn t he automobile. The truck driver 4nd three other
iii i in pmonia .them, wercJoiurefl ,

At least one person was killed
and 20 others were injured.
It was the third air crash in
Rrilain within eight hours. A Can-

berra jet bomber crashed near

the Slle Ot an aiomiq power siauun
under construction at Calder Hall
in northern England, killing the
pilot and navigator.
A Viscount turbojet transport
crashed and burned while its five
man crew was practicing an emer emergency
gency emergency takeoff at London. All
aboard escaped with minor inju injuries.
ries. injuries. ," ; j.:

The crash at Wadhurst, 30 miles

south of London, turned busy Hign
Street into, flames.

, Witnesses said the RAF plane
exploded as it swooped low pver
the town. Half of the flaming craft
plunged into a block of shops. The
nthor half smashed into a field.

Wind fanned the flames along

the thoroughfare. Housewives doing
Uieir weekend shopping fled
srreaming. The centuries old

Queens Hotel was damaged. Sev
eral shops and at least three cot
tages burned-

One fire truck overturned rush

Touch Oil Blast
In tommy Arsenal

tatptt Formosa. Jan. 21

CPU-Nationalist Chinese artil

lery set off a giant explosion in
a Chines Communist arsenal
jrl a riin hattl in th Ou-

moy area, tne ueiense muuimj

reported here.
A communiQue 'said an arse

hal near the island of Amoy ex

ploded In a "ball of flame" as
the result of Nationalist .shell

ing yestesday.
A column of smoke 2,000 feet

high rose from tne arsenai io
rated at Huangchu and blank

eted south Amoy, the commu-

nloue reported.
. Amnv is communist-held is

land located between the Na Nationalist
tionalist Nationalist outnost of Quemoy and
the mainland.
The communique also claimed
that Nationalist guns destroyed

many Red artillery positions ana
buildings. Exact figures were not
released. .; .
Th Nationalists described the

sevenhour artillery duel; t the

biggest action since tne mw
war" in the Formosa strait which
began Sept. 3, 1953.
The Communists fired 2,996
t. oiiemov. killing 35

pluiiians and destroying 384

houses, the Nationalists report-

Nationalist officials did not

disclose whether their sifle sui

fprH anv military losses.

The battle renewed specula speculation
tion speculation that another crisis may be

approaching in the Formosa
Strait. It was one year ago this
month that Red pressure forc forced
ed forced the Nationalists to evacuate
tiny Ylkiangshan Island, the

prelude to tne racnen isianu
withdrawal carried out -inder
the protection of the U.S. 7th
Fleet.

Panama Students
Soon May Study

US-RP Relations
a Kin to include sneclal cours

es on the relations between Pa

nama and the U.S. in -ne cur curriculum
riculum curriculum of all primary and sec secondary
ondary secondary schools has been intro.
duced in the National Asembly
by Assemblyman Ralmundo Or Or-tfo
tfo Or-tfo Vleto.

The bill also proposes an an annual
nual annual essay contest on ''Pnam
and her relations with ths Unit

ed States of norm flmriH-,.
with cash prizes totalling $3,000,
in addition to gold, silver and
bronse medals and certificates
The bill's preamble said at
present there are no special
courses aimed at imparting
knowledge regarding the inter international
national international relations of Panama
with the VS.
Ginqer Roqers,
Husband Report
$30 000 Theft

Mr. Eisenhower said he wish

ed there were some method by

which the American people

could "point out the path of my

true duty."

"But it appears," ne aaaea.

"that this is a question that

first 1 alone must answer The

answer will be forthcoming as
quickly as it is firmly fixed in
my mind."
The White House staff braced
itself for a flood of mall. Thou Thousands
sands Thousands of Americans were cer

tain to follow up the President's

"wish" and pur ln their sug suggestions.,
gestions., suggestions., Enthusiastic as GOP orators
were about the President run running
ning running again, they still were
without real clues to his ulti ultimate
mate ultimate decision. He shed no
more light on his plans last

night than he did at his news
conference Thursday.

However, this did not deter
members of the cabinet and

other administration leaders

speaking at the numerous fund
raislne dinners to utter prayer

ful, profound nopes mat tne
President's recovery from his

Sept. 24 heart attack would en

able him to run.
With the Republicans deriv derived
ed derived no new information from

WEST LOS ANGELES, Jan. 21
(UP) Actress Ginger Rogers and
her husband Jacques Bergerac to to-j...
j... to-j... kr fit tin nno in

injTo S 10 fire and ft. woman died of a fr.c

men. iiiuiue,

Czechoslovakia
Agrees To Provide
Syria With Arms

TF.I. AVIV. Israel. Jan. 21 (UP)

An Israeli newspaper repor t e d
today that Czechoslovakia has
signed a $20,000,000 deal to pro

vide Syria witn ranns, anu-iana
guns and ammunition.

The newspaper iiavar saia ine
information came from a "Tel
Aviv resident." who returned to

Israel after working in close con contact
tact contact with "Syrian circles' in

Prague.
The source said the agreement

calls for at least 100 Russian T34

tanks, 50 Russian anti-tank guns

and ammunition.
In another development, Israel

charged that the United Nations

rnenr of me Israeli ram un

Syrian posts near the Sea of Gali
Ipc was Unrealistic.

The Foreign Ministry said tne
Security -Council resolution entire entirely
ly entirely disregarded the situation in
which Israel has found itself since
it became a state after the 1948
Palestipe War.
The government said tne Arab
states, including Syria, have been
conducting an incessant campaign

nf au t and siege against israei.

It is clear, the ministry said, that

the countries whicn are respon responsible
sible responsible for the existing tension oblige
Israel to take steps to protect its
borders. ( :
Death Debt Paid
By Knitting Chore
BUERNBERG, Germany, Jan. 2
(UP) A 16-year-old girl, eonvict eonvict-ed
ed eonvict-ed of causing the accidental death
of a 77-year-old woman, was en en-tenced
tenced en-tenced today to knit a sweater
for another 77-year-old woman in
an old people's home.
The girl bumped into the victim
and knocked her down while run

ning at full speed down a busy

the President, they were suc
cessful in raising millions of
dollars for their 1956 war chest.
Estimates of the gross take
from aeveral hundred dinners
ran as high as $5,000,000.
"HalJ goes,. to the GOP Natlbn Natlbn-al
al Natlbn-al Committee and the rest to
state and local Republican or organizations.
ganizations. organizations. The nationwide "salute" to
the President was built chiefly
around 53 major dinners in 5Z
cities in 36 states.
These blue-ribbon $100 per per-plate
plate per-plate rallies, attracted an over overall
all overall attendance estimate at be between
tween between 60,000 and 70,000 persons.
Many similar but lower-priced
affairs were hel d in scores ol
smaller cities.
In. his first major public ap appearance
pearance appearance since his illness last
summer, the President spoke in
person before an audience of
some 1,700 in the ballroom of
the Park Sheraton hotel here. ...
He did not attend the dinner,
but arrived with Mrs. Eisenhow Eisenhower
er Eisenhower m time to watch the TV pro program,
gram, program, as cameras switched from
city to city.
When Mr. Eisenhower spoke,
his remarks seemed to have a
quieting effect on the crowd.
They had been forewarned
not to expect an announce announcement
ment announcement of his plans, but when
he ended by saying he was
still undetermined, the ap applause
plause applause Was markedly more
aubdued than it was when he
started to speak.
The evening had a profound
effect on the President.
"The heart is so ful," he told

the Washington dinner, "that it
is Indeed dangerous to try to
say more than 'thank you.' X
shall let it go at that."

Budge) Balancer
Hughes Resigns;
Brundage Succeeds
WASHINGTON, Jan. 21 fUP)
Rowland R. Hughes, the man with
the black" eye-patch who drafted
the government's first balanced
budget in five years, resigned to today
day today as President Eisenhower's

budget director for "compelling
personal and family reasons."

Mr. Eisenhower, accepting tne
resignation of the 250-pound We
York banker with "deepest re
cret." said he will appoint Perciv-

al F. Brundage, deputy budget
director since May, 1954, as his

successor,
The resignation will take- effect
April 1. The White House did not
know if Hughes will return to the
National City Bank of New ork,
of which he was vice-president "be-,
fore coming to the. Budget Bu Bureau
reau Bureau in April, 1953.
Mr. Eisenhower said Hughes
should take "vast pride" in, the
balanced budgets in prospect-for
the current fiscal year and, the
one starting next July 1.
. Brunds-ye, a Republican ; from
Long Vclley, N.J., was senior part partner
ner partner in Price Waterhouse 4 Co., a
New York accounting firm, and
president of the National Bureau
of Economic Research before
coming to the Budget Bureau.
Hughes said he was glad to have
shared in the "grand job of the
Eisenhower team" in achieving
balanced budgets lor ihe current
and coming fiscal yean. ., ;



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by VICTOR RIESEL X V 1

WASHINGTON The Rcpubli
can high command awaits word1
irom ine Man In The Gray Flan Flannel
nel Flannel Suit before devising strategy to
win the votes of the men in blue
denim working shirts.
The Man In The Gray Flannel
Suit is the head of a Madison Ave.
(New York) agency which speci specializes
alizes specializes in making secret surveys
of attitudes along the Main Streets
of the land. Two years ago, this
research organization 'rated
among the best, but most linnnn.
licized in the country-polled tens!
oi tnousancis ot voters in their
opinions. When the agency turned
in its report, the Republicans shift
ed mucn ot their campaign strat
egy.
.-"" menial
attitudes merchant is surveying
the actual political strength of la-
nor
His researchers are in the field
probing the real impact of labor's
precinct woriiers, political iinanc
ing, radio and iv campaigning
and the ability of union chiefs to
deliver a labor vote.
They're especially concentrating
on Ohio, where a saturation cam campaign
paign campaign by Walter Reuther's aides
and the CIO Political Action Com
mittee was shamlv t..H hv in
7,
loting which rejected labor's de demand
mand demand for higher unemployment in-
surance payments and approval of
the Auto Union's formula for the
nisi type oi guaranteed annual.
wage.
The GOP itself is not financing
the survey. Just who retained The
Man In The Gray Flannel Suit is
still the secret of the survey speci specialist,
alist, specialist, But it's as inevitable as TV
commercials that the full poll and
data on each issue will be seen by
the slrategists of the Republican
National Committee.
Thev hone then to make ud their
iney nope inen lo make up ineir
nanus on wneuier to lane iaDor on
,w Sinrit, T?m mLk i.
and iustert into some oolite run I
and just get into some polite run-
ning repartee with the AUL-C1U
Committee on Political Education.
They are practical men, these
men who turn the wheels of the
GOP national machine. They have
other problems. Like a candidate
and the farmers and magazine
pieces by President Eisenhower's

inner rirrle Thev know that their1'0 ,ne recommendation for reduc
oartv leaders are aSsfoVer thel""" of tl,c 2500 government acUvi-
B TthT ff rA m-F competing with private busi
handling ot tne laDor pionicm , .

but before they decide what to
recommend, they want to know how
deliverable, the labor vote really is.
The GOP people reckon they'll
learn this from The Man In The
Gray Flannel Suit because he's
been accurate in past surveys
which, when checked, showed up
with less than one-half of one per percent
cent percent error.
There's more than just a propa propaganda
ganda propaganda campaign involved. There
are big sums at stake. If the sur survey
vey survey shows that there is a powerful,
balance of power labor vote de deliverable
liverable deliverable against President Eisen Eisenhower,
hower, Eisenhower, or any other national GOP
nominee, this would take millions
to checkmate, if possible.
Collecting money is difficult
enough, technically speaking.
There are 27 states which bar poli political
tical political contributions by business or organizations.
ganizations. organizations. And five which restrict
unions on a statewide level. This
means- that a terrific effort must
be made if additional funds are
to be raised to counteract labor
campaigning for the Democratic
candidates.
If there is no deliverable labor
vote, then why bother? Some poli political
tical political observers are not at all cer certain
tain certain there is. They point to a
statement made by one of labor s
brightest intellectuals last Novem Novem-w
w Novem-w nt nn unmiblicized Columbia
University Seminar on Labor. The
speaker was Jack Barbash, who
could be described as a draftsman
nf thP afiCIO constitution and
I the documents which led to it.
At the seminar Barbasn was
asked, in effect, if the merged
federation would have political
power on a national level,
tio roniierl that, the actual lead
ers of AFL-CIO would not build a
labor partv because they do not
".nnfiHenrfi in their own abil
ity to influence the vote and get
people voting tor mem. n
seem lo me that a hard-headed
Innrlril Until 1ft enmmit himself to
such a task and leave himself open
to be rejected by his members.
None would expose himself in that
way The labor folks have no con confidence
fidence confidence in their ability to get out
thWeVan have confidence in The
Man In The Gray Flannel Suit
Soon we'll know what he has to
say. .'
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NO ARMS, HE DRIVES WITH TOES Armless driver Edward E. Hlggins drives an automatic automatic-shift
shift automatic-shift car steering with the toes on his right foot. Higgins, a 29-year-old used-car dealer in
Pueblo, Colo., says he got his driver's license in January, 1954, after a 2y2-hour road test with
a state patrolman and Pueblo license bureau officials. Born without arms, he learned to op operate
erate operate farm machinery when he was 12 years old and to drive a car when he was 16. Higgins
works the brake and accelerator with his left foot. He was recently charged with speeding

more than 100 m.p.h., but a Colorado Springs, Colo., jury found

Peter Edson In Washington

1 WASHINGTON (NEA) The
i heat is on to get a little more
action on tlle 314 recommendations
. reorganization frnm P.Pr..i
. Hopf,ort Hnor.. A

misM. i Hoover Reports, headed by Clar-I
Tne last of his 20 "Ports was'ence Francis, ex-board chairman
... . f f;nrjl Fnnril.

A recent unofficial check shows
that so far, 13 of the recommenda-i

tions have been carried out by the changes in existing law by Con Con-last
last Con-last Congress. Four more havc;gress. Another 143 can be car car-been
been car-been put into effect by govern- ried out by executive order of the
ment order. President or government agency
Congress gave a severe setback heads.

""?- uul v.UI1CLlcu
That leaves 297 recommendations!
to be acted on.

President Eisenhower's State of Hoover reports last July. Ihe di di-the
the di-the Union message barely men-; rcctive was then passed on to all
tioned reorganization as something government agencies,
still to come. I The few reports that have leaked,
The slow motion has moved the from Veterans' Administration and
U.S. Chamber of Commerce to ob-! International Cooperation Adminis Adminis-serve:
serve: Adminis-serve: Itration, have gone to great lengths
"The fivc-and-a-half-billion-dol-ito argue that the Hoover recom recom-lar
lar recom-lar question in Washington is j mendations should not be carried
Where does tlie Eisenhower ad-j out.
ministration stand on recommonda- Department of Defense recom-

lions of the Second H o o v e r mendations were buried but assignment. But so far his activi activi-Commission?"
Commission?" activi-Commission?" Charles Coolidge, Boston lawyer, i tics in the field are not apparent.
s

Walter Winched In

Man About Town
The Elizabeth Taylor- Michael
Wilding idyll is not so very, accord
ing to their intimates.
Terry
Moore's most serious date is Eu Eugene
gene Eugene McGralh, insurance exec.
Wing'd to N. Y. with him from
G i r 1 1 o w n. .Henry Fonda's
switched again to exotic Egyp
tian writer. Mafalda Davis. .The
Judge V. Impcllitteris are honey
mooning in their new penthouse.
Big reconciliation. .Last laughs
are so enjoyable: Sam Roth, pub
lisher of pornography (and attacks
on this colyum), was convicted in
Federal court last week. Comes
up for sentence Feb. 7th. .Phil
Silvers' new chin-chuckler is Ev
eiyn Patrick, brunette-eyeful on
"$ A Second." . .Booking agency
veeo F. Fields, lust unlatched
from Edith Fellows, and Polly
Bergen are inseparable. .Item:
"Prince of Monaco, Europe's gam
bling king, doesn't gamble"
With his luck he doesn't have to.
Hollywood's next big church wed
dine (all the trimmings) is list
ed for June when John Wayne's
19-year-old dshtr Tom weds Donald
La Cava, a Liyola U. law student
. .The Donald Carey stork was
due as we cha-cha d to press.
Their 6th. .Luis Miguel Domin Domin-guin
guin Domin-guin (once Ava's thrill) resumes
his bullfighting career in Mexico.
After a short spell of just 'plain
being married. ..Milton Berle may
star in "Funny Man" on the
screen. About a vaude comic of
the 20s who makes good in Holly Hollywood.
wood. Hollywood. . .Greg Peck is a press
agent's dream. Types up his own
releases, including his recent mar marriage.
riage. marriage. Puts them in a sealed en envelope
velope envelope and tells the p.a. when to
open them for the press, . Madi Madison
son Madison Avenue's verdict on Rainier;
III: "Someone had belter get him
. .. i. i
a good tauor. ins oia iasmonea
zoot shoulder pads are out to here,!
mv deah!" I
my deah
The hot-beat d turn me r In
Chauncey Gray's crew at
the Ambassador is Chauncey's son
. .Nancy Walker's sister Betty
Lou Barto has thrown her mar marriage
riage marriage out the window .. .Iva Stew Stewart,
art, Stewart, a beauty at the Paradise on
Broadway (Miss Maine of 1933),
is free again. Still ravishing.
Moved from H'wood to Miami. .
For the dept. of utter confusion:
Ivobert St. Clair and Robert Sin Sinclair
clair Sinclair are dancers in "Plain & Fan Fan-,
, Fan-, iY.il OlariknJUcfcn. Rita

and Grace hogging scTmanyireatSmlir

liocs you'd think we were back in
the hurricane season!, .What TV

The dollar reference is to the
estimated savings offered by the!

program
An analysis was recently issued
hv the Citizens' Committee for th
It shows that 142 of the Hoover!
recommendations would require!
: The other 29 recommendations
will require further studies within
lthe government. This means they
, n.t h. rt(vi . fin frirm
r
President Eisenhower directed
i Bureau of the Budget to study the
teolyumist learned how to spell from
the publicity handouts?
You don't need a big staff to
i have a hit song. The publisher of
lo i ons nasn i even a gin w
answer phone calls. Uses an an answering
swering answering service .Consolation
prize: John Foreman was Grace's
4-times a week date until the
Prince got into the act. John's
forgetting by losing himself in his
alleged work. He's veep of the
Marilyn Monroe Corp. .Sudden
cynical thawt about Grace: Isn't
that how Bqrbara Hutton started?
. .The night sport editor of a
newspaper makes $35 for 25 hours
a week, .Jackie Loughery spends
weakends with ex-husband Guy
Mitchell to practice horseback stuff
for her TV films. It also looks like
her TV heart-interest has gone
back to his wife.
Broadway is wondering why the
saDDatn limes ignored Orson's
"King Lear" pictorially. V Ticket
brokers report "No Time For Sgts'
gets 4 times the requests other hits
get. ,ine stage "Kismet" has
given the Eunyoh, Cancer Fund
$14,571.69 to date. ."The Ponder
Heart, starring David Wayne
(due here Feb. 7th) looks like a
winner, according to the tryout-
notices. .Looks: like reconcilia
tion for Peggy King and trumpeter
Knobby Lee. Dating a lot. .Mel
Torme's new interest in life is
Man Blanchard. But is he Mart's?
.Scott Brady s latest grav-hair-
maker is Ann Vickers.
Kim Novak allegedly told a
chum: "I'm in love with Mac
Krim, but I'm infatuated with
Frankie!"
Some struggling actresses at the
Beverly Club were chatting about
all the front page newspaper stor stories
ies stories on Grace Kelly. "Imagine."
one sighed, "wasting all thut pub-
Hcity on someone with all
talent!" . .It sure was a su
that
j talent! . .It sure was a surpris surprising
ing surprising romance. Grace didn't consult
MGM and Rainier didn t bother
to consult Elsa Maxwell. .Head .Headline:
line: .Headline: "Marilyn to return to Holly Hollywood."
wood." Hollywood." (Do you think she remem remembers
bers remembers where it is?) . .Roy Hamil Hamilton,
ton, Hamilton, the Basin Street headliner,
thinks it's a shame Prince Rainier
didn't marry Marilyn Monroe. Be Because
cause Because Lee (actors' lab) Strasberg
would've been Prime Minister!.
Marilyns lament; "There but for
the Grace, go I!"
Nicky Hilton's latest lulu is Jean
now waging a 24-hour-a-day-canv

paign to hook Dana Wynter.

him innocent.

has been assigned to dig them up.
Last October the White House
named Meyer hestnabaum, board
chairman of Hart Schaffner and
Marx, as a SDecial assistant to
coordinate work on the Hoover re-
'ports. Working only part time in
Wash ne on he has set un a staff
and directed a three-month critical
study.
Kestnabaum refers to Hoover
recommendations coolectively as
"the largest management survey
ever made." He points out that
the second commission reports
were far different from the first.
The first covered government func functions
tions functions by agency and were com comparatively
paratively comparatively much easier to put into
effect. The second cut across
agency lines and cover policy ques-
tions. The implication is that the
second set can t be rusnea tnrougn.
Mr. Kcstnabaum's committee has
yet to hold its first meeting. It is
now set for late January.
Nelson Rockefeller was assigned
to make recommendations on exec executive
utive executive orders to put Hoover recom recommendations
mendations recommendations into effect. When Rock Rockefeller
efeller Rockefeller recently resigned as White
House assistant, he kept this one
Mew Yoru
Marie MacDonald finds more time
for Hugh O'Brien (teevee's Wyatt
Earn) than for the rest of us.
Former Ziegfeld doll Dell Richards
did the Voyager Room with two
rich beaux, celebrating her iMevaaa
divorce. .Society's Rowena Swift
and Thorn Banner, the scenarist,
were married New Years week
end in Conn. . .The Mike Halls
exDect their third image in May
. .Roberta Sherwood at Murray
Franklin's (opposite the Roncy
Plaza) rates recording stardom
. .The Lauau on the 79th St
Causeway (Miami Beach) is a
must eniov. Sarn Denning of the
Chicago Beachcomber is the host
.. .Sammy Davis, jr. got nravos
at Ciro's (at the Beach) Gene
Baylos convulsed them and Mar
ion Colby's songs round out a last
show. .Irving Berlin gets a little
over and Cole Porter gets a little
under $100,000 per year (from
(ASCAP)' for their songs. The high
est ratings.
Liberace's most costly Yule gift
(on the East coast) went to Leona
Johnnoll. A pearl necklace and
bracelet set. .Polly Bergen (at
the Persian Room) wears no nail
polish, no gems, almost no make makeup.
up. makeup. Just a good act. .Ben Gazzara
and Elaine Stritch do their hand hand-holdina
holdina hand-holdina (and elazed orb gazing)
in the ncar-the Avenue sidestreet
spots. .Dorothy Donegan, the
Embers piano star, and Arthur
Lavallie of Chicago are on the
long-kisstance. .Stripper Nanette
Hall and Lee Marlowe, the arch
aeologist, are who s two.1 .Here s
a switch: RCA-Victor naid $10,000
not to record the score from the
flop show, "The Vamp." they had
committed themselves, etc. . .Big
rumor in Philly: m honor oi
Grace's marriage her home state
will be renamed Princesylvania.
Don't let these million-dollar li
bel suits( against scandal mags)
throw you. .A recent million $
suit (against one) was settled for
50 bux ....The J. Harris' (of "Silk
Stockings") are boisterous
Folks are asking wny ooes-
n't someone think of interdoocing
Nick Eden, the Prime Minister's
handsome 6ft. 2 (25 years-old) son
to Princess Margaret? . .Actress .Actress-model
model .Actress-model Arlene Lawrence seems to
he Kent Smith's new uh-huhney
.Paddy Chayefsky's back ot
the hand orchid to H wool "ine
simple truth is that Hollywood pro producers'
ducers' producers' are not the idiots they are
frequently supposed to be! .
How about Sometimes? . .We as-
yf In? Ifmf
who gave his wife a full length pro
ducer for her birhday

: WASHINGTON The first back backstage
stage backstage meeting on the most dynamite-laden
question before this
Congress was held in the office of
Congressman Hugh Scott of Phila Philadelphia
delphia Philadelphia last week to discuss the
protection of Negroes in the deep
South and civil rights generally.
At the meeting were Congress Congressmen
men Congressmen Jimmy Roosevelt of Los An Angeles,
geles, Angeles, Dick Boiling of Kansas City,
Adam Clayton Powell of Harlem,
N.Y., and Charles Diggs of Detroit.
The latter two are among the three

Negroes in Congress, all Demo
crats, inough the meeting was held
in Congressman Scott's office, he
was the only Republican present.
Anothes meeting which two othes
Republicans want to attend, Wol Wol-verton
verton Wol-verton of Camden. N.J.. and Hes-
seiton oi western Massachusetts,
is scheduled for today (Jan. 12).
Chief strategy decided on was ti
abandon any attempt to pass an
FEPC Fair Employment Prac
tices Act but concentrate every everything
thing everything on an omnibus bill guaran
teeing tne Wegroes' right to vote
and his physical protection. This
bill woold be in two parts:
x. riuiei-uuii oi voting ngntSi
oy auuusning me pou lax, pre preventing
venting preventing terrorism at the polls,
giving the Justice Department
broad powers to probe any at attempt
tempt attempt to deprive Negroes if vot voting
ing voting rights in either federal or lo local
cal local elections.
2. A general anti-lynching bill
which would also apply to drown drowning,
ing, drowning, or any other type of .vio .violence
lence .violence based on race, creed, or
color, regardless of state lines.
Georgia Congressmau Attack
The meeting in Congressman
Scott's office took place immedi
ately after a group of Georgia con
gressmen, including Lanham. Da
vis and Forrester, had spent an
hour on the House floor excoriat
ing "niggers. The congressional
record was cleaned up afterward
land some of their most vitriolic
I language censored.
But at the meeting of the two
Negro and three white congress congressmen
men congressmen which followed minutes later
in Scott's office, Jimmy Roosevelt
expressed concern that these
speeches would make headlines)
the next day, thereby hurting a
bipartisan approach to civil rights.
"No American papers win carry
that kind of stuff," argued Con Congressman
gressman Congressman Powell of Harlem.
"They'll ignore it."
Congressman Diggs, first Negro
ever elected from Detroit, brought
with him an 18-page legal memo:
proposing that the congressmen
from Mississippi scene of the Till
murder be unseated on the groun
that they were not elected by all
the voters of Mississippi.
The memo was prepared by
Frank Polhaus;. whom Truman had
appointed head of the Justice De Department
partment Department civil rights divisiin,
and turned out to be an exhaustive
document going back to Thaddcus
Stevens in Civil War days and
showing that a move to unseat a
congressman does not have to be
made at the opening of congress.
At a previous meeting, Diggs had
been vigorous in wanting to try
to unseat the Mississippi congress
men, but both Roosevelt and Bou- j
ing have urged against this.
' It would only arouse passion
and get our southern friends sore,"
cautioned Roosevelt.
Diggs agreed and for the time'
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being will not introduce his anti anti-Mississippi
Mississippi anti-Mississippi resolution.
White House Stand??

The backstage meeting agreed
that by dropping the hot FEPC
bill and emphasizing the Negro's
right to vote and physical pro protection,
tection, protection, they could get a bill ac acceptable
ceptable acceptable to both political parties.
Congressman Powell pointed out
that although Eisenhower last year
had called his anti-segregation
amendment to the school bill "ex "extraneous
traneous "extraneous and erroneous,-' GOP
leaders Joe Martin and Charlie
Halleck were now behind his
amendment.
"I took a sideswipe at Eisen Eisenhower
hower Eisenhower on his State of the Union
message for recommending a con congressional
gressional congressional investigation into civil
rights," Powell told his colleagues,
"He was just passing the buck."
"Ike went a lot further than
anyone else," shot back Hugh
Scott.
Later Max Rabb of the White
House staff phoned Powell to say
that he was "disappointed in your
attitude."
"It otok a great deal of effort
by me to get that provision for a
congressional investigation in the
State of the Union message," Rabb
said. Rabb has charge of minority
problems for the White House.
. Next Moves
The backstage meeting in Scott's
office decided on the following im immediate
mediate immediate strategy:
1. Congressman Scott was to find
out from Max Rabb at the White
House how far Eisenhower was
willing to go to help a civil-rights
bill. Scott was also to contact Wil William
liam William Rogers, deputy attorney gen general,
eral, general, to see what reports the Justic
Department had on the Till mur murder
der murder case and what legislation it
had in mind to prevent its repeti repetition.
tion. repetition. 2. Congressman Roosevelt was
to talk to Congressman Celler
(Dem., N.Y.) of the judiciary
committee to see how far he would
go in pushing a civil-rights bill.
3. Congressman Billing of Kan Kansas
sas Kansas City was to talk to Speaker
Sam Rayburn and Sen. Lyndon
Johnson of Texas to get meir co
operation,
"There's no use taming io mt
Senate Judiciary Committee," re remarked
marked remarked Boiling. "It's what Lyndon
Johnson wants to do that counts.'
Another move is to demand
Percy Priest of
Tennessee carry out his pledge jo
-f-nm-r nut the anti-Jim Crow bill
of Congressman Hessclton (Rep.,
Mass.). Priest, Democrat, is chair,
man of th eHouse Interstate Com Commerce
merce Commerce Committee.
"One year ago Percy promised
that the Hesselton bill would be
the first order of business at the
next session," said Powell. "One
year has now passed and he still
hasn't carried out that promise.
BOOK DELINQUENTS
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OMAHA (UP) The Omaha
Public Library seeking to get back
some of its long-overdue books, set
aside a special week during which
borrowers could return such vol volumes
umes volumes without being finedr Also the
delinquents could return books
under cover of darkness by plac placing
ing placing them in a box in front of the
library.
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ISTHMIAN CHURCH WGTIC

Church of Christ
. K. Milton anglll
Telephone 2-360
mUOA: O&il. Balboa Road.
berno Sunday 10:00 Jm. UM J
i Ml p.m. ,.
CRISTOBAL: American Legion HalL
iervice Sunday 10:00 11:00 Jn
RIO ABAJO: Houm No. 302 ISth Si
Sundav 4:30 o.m .'
Unitarian
IrU
iiMlAlUAft
(tUClKTi
io Jo aJn.
Bldg. 362
Ancon Blvd.
Mamey Place
Ancon
lour uivtiauor
to liberal
religion.
on tn AUanue side
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Baptist
. OIOL1 BAPiial CHURCH
311 uruja lioa
Drawer ao-fi aaioo
inon Z-1'iUe
tail r. tfaaereww". Pastor
Phone 2-1101
..jnuay School
utornuig woisnip .....
iiaiiu.'" liruon
t.venun Worship
fraye. A1eetm,
fcrfch tteontsday ...
Bromtilioou 4in
Wo may each month
Spanisu riibie Suiool
tacr. haiurooy
S .li a m
11. wj a.m.
b.ju p.m
?yu p.m
7:30 p.m
1:00 p.m
. 10:00 am.
HKM HAmiSl CHURCH
Balboa HeigbU, C 2.
627 Ancon Boulevard
Orewei B' Balboa Heights
phone Balboa 1727
William H. Beeby. Pastor
toundaj oinuci .. .. ...
Morning Worship W m
Baptist Itauiing Union .... 6:30 OJD
Evangelistic Service 1 om
prayer ueeunp nvw
days
liSli o m
W MS
Bible Study Tnura-
days
Men Brotherhood (Lt
Mon.lav un month I
:00 ejo
t -3U pjn
riRST BAPTIST CHURCH
Margarita Aenue at 5th Street
Margarita. Canal Zone
Rev J. M. Haulbrook. Pastor
iunda School
Morning Worship
Baptist .Training Union
Evening Worship
Brotherhood. Tuesdays
Prayer Services. Wednesdays
W M.U. 1st & 3rd Fridaya
G.A., R.A., & Sunbeams,
Fridays
9:4a a m
11:00 a.m.
6:30 p.m
7:45 p.m.
7 .00 o m
. 7:00 pm.
3:30 p.m.
Salvation Army
(Non-Denominational Evangelistic
Meetings)
THE PACIFIC SIDE
If ANAlviA C1TK I
Senir Captain and Mrs. M. McDonald
la Febrbjry Street, Phone: 28-20054
11:00 Holiness Meeting.
3:00 Sunday School.
7:30 Salvation Meeting.
LA BOCA CI
Lieutenant Pansy Campbell
Buildini No. 1080, Phone: 2-285.'
11:00 liminess Meeting.
3:00 Sunday School.
7 :30 Salvation Meeting.
PARAiKU, C.Z.
Envoy & Mrs. C. L. Moseley
Guiara Sueet.
11:00 Harness Meeting.
3 :00 SI f,day School.
7:30 Salvation Meeting.
, THE ATLANTIC SIDE
COLON CENTRAL
Senior apt. and Mrs. C. Moonsawmy.
14th Street. Phone: 3S-743.
11:00 Holiness Meeting.
3:00 Sunday School.
7:30 Salvation Meeting.
COLON 1HIRL STREET
Major F.dni Bingham
11 :00 Holiness Meeting.
3:00 Sunday School.
7 -JO Salvation Meeting.
RAINBOW CITY. C.Z.
Envoy J. Gill.
St. Kilts and Jamaica Street
11:00 Holiness Meeting.
3 :00 Sunday School.
7:30 Salvation Meeting.
Union Churches
Where all Protestant! cooperate with
unity In essentials, liberty In non non-aasentials
aasentials non-aasentials and ehaHty In ell thlnei
THE ATLANTIC SIDE
CATUN
Rev. Ray Blakely, Pastor
Phone 8-355
8:45 Church School.
11:00 Worship Service.
B:45 p.m. Sr. Youth FolloWship.
6:00 p.m. Jr. Youth Fellowship. :
MARGARITA
The Rev. Paul H. W. Olander, Pastor.
Phone S-U98.
9:30 Bible School.
10:45 Worship service and ChurelMtnM
aursery.
60 Youth Fellowship.
... THE PACIFIC RIDB
BALBOA
Tha kev. Oscar W. Olsen. Pastot
Balboa Rd. at San Pablo St.
Phone 2-1486 Church Office 1-3231
JO Church School Free bin service
. Parsonage Discussion Group.
10:30 Worship Service The Expanded
Session for Nurserv, Kindergarten
Primary and Junior Depta.
! Church-time Nursery for children
under 3.
( :00 Junior-High Fellowship.
(:00 Post-High Fellowship.
7:00 Senior-High Fellowship.
GAMBOA
Dr. Walker M. Alderton. Minister.
Office Phone 6-470 Residence Phone
6-1.10.
8V30 a.m. Church School.
10:40 a.m Morning Worship Service
Methodist
tHi MtTHUUlhl CHURCH
(British Conference i
Rev. William H Armstrong
16th St. Panama Citr
9:00 a.m Morning pravei and
a:ou p.m Sunday scnooi
7:15 om Evenint Praet ano Sermon
rKINITi METHODIS1 CHURCH
7th Street and Melenrias Avenue
Colon R P
Rev. Samuei Walden, Minister
9:30 a.m. Mnrnlne Service and Holy
Communion
I p m Sunday School.
7:15 pm Evening Service.
I Holy Communion 1st Sundays)
Monday 7 :30 o.m Praver Meeting
KBrAr.Zhn MH IHiDISI UHURCB
( Rainbow City. CZ
Rev Samuel Walden, Minister
4uuu Aei'Vices am .4nu p.m
aundav School for all ages at t 3n o.m
"Tlnr InvltaHnn T BTikMlilK If
Tuesday 7 pjn. Pray) Mealing,

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(Km ti Panama aaet Celen, Reaufchc a Paaoaw. txrena a welcoma
at at) time mm aaa uraman at Hi anna rvkv aaa H erviliaa
f Kbors, friends one! Ktranger.
A a aualK itrtKi, the Tat Panama Aavarwaa litta kalaw. o
4aaaminariaa. aaticaa af fcaun at worship af eekw aul activitia.
kittiaft ara ratatae) tram tima ra nma. Oaaaminaheaa aaviafl
aary aaa two eeagretsttoat ara listed uaaei "Oka. Ckarchm Aat
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A fere tasai aa Naval atatwa.
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tke news desk ia writing ky Wednesday noon at tka lares at any
chonges tar tka earning Saturday ckurch Ml'.

Christian Scientist
CHKISUAM aCU.NCt cBCKCMta
M Church ol Chrisu Scieiitisv Anew
M0 Adcod Boulevard.
Sunday 11 00, veunedav 1:01 OA
Sundav School :0 ajn
lrl Church ul Christ, aoentlsl, J,"St
13th Sweet aj Bolivai Hifbwa
Sunday 11:00 a.m. Wednesday :00 p m
Catholic
ST MARX'S CHURCH Balboa
Sunday Mes: 1M. M, 10:00 ana
12riSlyDay Mat S:55. 1:00. Uii an
"conf'essio'S: Saturday 3:30 to MJ
and 7:00 to 8:00 p.m. Thursday, before
First Friday: 7:00 to :0O pm
Miraculous Medal Novena: T.OO p.m
on Mondays. t. .K
Catechism ciaa'
on Sunday. . .. m
Figh Scnooi oiuay v-"v
Wednesday
SACRED HEART Ancoa
Sunday Masses: 5:55. 7:30 & 9:30 a m
Holy Day masses: :55 a m anJ i-W
Confessions: Saturday S:30 to 5:00 and
7:15 to 8:00 p.m. Thursday before Firsi
Friday 7:00 p.m.
Sacred Heart Devotions: 7:00 p.m on
Fridflvs
Catechism Class: 3:15 to 4:45 cm on
Thursday
OUR LADY OF FATIMA Curundo
Sunday Mass at 8:00 a m.
Holy Day Mass at 8:30 p.m
Confessions: 6:00 to 6:45 p.m on Sat-
Catechism Class: Saturday 8:30 to 10
ST. JOSEPH Paratso
Sunday Masses at 7:00 and 8:15 a.m.
Holy Day Mass at 6:00 pm
Weekday Masses: ..:00 am.
Confessions: Saturday 3:30 to 4:30 and
' Catechism' Class: Sunday 3:00 to 4:00
p.m.
7:00 p.m
Miraculous aaeaai uvcu.
on Friday.
Instructions: Thursday 7:00
. Convert
p.m.
ST. VINCENT'S Panama City
Sunday Masses: 6:00 and 8:30 a.m
Hniv Dav Masses: 8:30 and 5:00 p.m
(It it falls on Saturday the Masses are
6:00 and 8:30 a.m.)
Confessions: Saturday 3:00 to 5:00 and
7:00 to 8:00 p.m Thursdays before Firsi
Friday 7:30 p.m
Miraculous Medal Novena snd Sta
nf th Cross: Friday 7:00 P.m.
Catechism Class: After 8:30 mass on
SUConvert Class: 6:30 p.m. Tuesday and
Thursday
ST. THERESA'S CocoU
Holv Day Mass: 6:00 am (It falls
on Saturday-8:30 am.)
Catechism Class: 3:30 to 8:00 pm ol
MConf essiopsi :00 to 8:30 a.m. Sunday.
T. JOHN BAPTIST DB LA SALLB
Parque Lefevre
Sunday Masses: 8:30 and 8:30 am.
r..b n. M: 6:30 Mon.. Thurs
v.1 .j c rirci FrlHnv mass: 6:00 a.m.
UaI. nv Masxea: 6:00 am to 6:00
Confessions: 8:30 to 4:30 and 7:00 to
8:00 p.m. on Saturday
Miraculous Medal Novena: Friday 7:00
" catechism Class: 3:30 p.m. on Sunday
Convert Class: Monday 7:30 D.m,
ST THERESE'S La Boca
Sunday Mass: 7:00 a m.
Holy Day Mass: 5:30 p.m
Confessions: Saturday 6:30 to 7:30 p.m
Thursday before First Friday 6:30 pjn..
Catechism Class: 3:15 p.m. on Sunday
Sacred Heart Novena: 7:00 0 m. or
Friday
Convert Class1: 6:30 p.m. on Thursday
ATLANTIC SIDE
ST. JOSEPH'S Colon
Sunday Masses: 5:45, 8:00 and 9.15 a.m
Holy Day Masses: 5:45 and 8:00 a.m
and 5:45 pjn.
Confessions: Saturday 4 :00 to 5 :00 and
7:00 to 8:00 p.m. ... .
Miraculous Mertal Novena: Wednesday
6:15 and 7:00 p.m.
Sacred Heart Novena: Friday 7:15 p.m
Sunday Evening Services 7:00 p m.
Convert Class: 7:15 pm, on Mondays
and Thursdays.
Catechism Class: Sunday 10:15 a.m. to
11:45 a.m. 3:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m.
, pirt sviiv F.xoositlon of Most Bless
ed Sacrament all day. Reposition at 5:30
a.m. Saturday morning.
First Saturday Devotions to our iauy
of Fatima The Holy Rosary 5:00 am
iriraf rmmnninn instructions ror enn-
dren Mondays and Thursdays 6:00 to
7:00 pm. ..
MIRACULOUS MEDAL Crlst6hal
Chinrfev Masses: 7:00. 8:00 and 10:30 a.m
Holv Day Masses: 6:00. 8:00 .m. and
S IS n.m.
Confessions: Saturday 4:00 to 5:00 and
7:00 to 8:00 p.m. After Bosary eacn eve evening.
ning. evening. Miraculous Medal Novena: 3:15 and
7:00 p.m. on Monday.
Catechism Clasi: After 8:00 Mas on
Sunday.
First Friday Exposition all day .durinj
the School Year.
First Saturday: Mass at 1:00 am.
HOLY FAMILY CHURCH Margarita
Sunday Masses: 7:00 and 9:30 a.m.
Holy Day Masses: 6:00 a.m. and 5:15
n.m.
confessions: 4:00 to s:oo ann i:uo to
8 00 p.m. Saturday,
Miraculous Medal Novena l 7:00 p m
on Monday.
Church History Group every Tuesday
at 7:30 p.m.
Teen-Aage Club: 7:30 p.m. on Wednes Wednesday.
day. Wednesday. Catechism Class: 4:00 p.m. Thursday.
First Friday Devotions: 7:00 pm.
Inqulrv-Discussion Group every Fri Friday
day Friday 7:30 p.m.
ST. VINCENTS Rainbow City
Sunday Massess: 6:30 am. and 8:00
a.m.
Holy Day Masses: 6:00 a.m. and 1:00
o m.
Confessions: 4:00 to 5:00 and 7:00 to
8:00 p.m. Saturday.
Catechism Class: 10:45 a.m. on Sunday
Convert Class every Monday at 7:00
p.m.
Miraculous Medal Novena: 7:00 p.m
on Tuesday.
Sacred Heart Novena : 7 :00 pm an
Friday.
IMMACULATE CONCEPXION-Garnn
Sunday Mass: 8:15 a.m.
Holv Day Mass: 5:00 p.m.
Confessions: 6:30 to 7:00 pm. on Sat
urday.
Catechism Class: 4:00 p.m. on Monday
OUR LADY OF GOOD COUNSEL
Gamhoa
Sunday Masses: 7:00 and 8:30 a.m.
Holy Day Masses: 6:00 a.m. and 5:00
p.m
Confessions Saturday at 7:00 p.m. and
alter an evening devotions.
Baptisms by appointment.
Miraculous Medal Novena: 7:00 p.m
on TVesday.
bacred Heart Novena: 7:00 p.m on
Friday.
Sunday School: 3:30 pm. on Sunday.
Religious Instruction Class for Chll
dren: 4:00 p.m. on Thursday.
Religious Instruction for adults (Con
ducted in Spanish): 7:00 p.m on Mon
day.
Convert Instructions by appointment.

Episcopal

The at Rev
R. Heber Good en, T.D
Bishop
The
Very Rev. M. Kichard MacDonatd
Nlu.-v Cut
THfc CATHEDRAL OF ST.
LUKE
SUNDAYS
i :30 a.ni holy Communion,
rt.iu a.m Sama Communion (4lh Sun
oay). 1
8 15 tr.. Church School.
9 :45 i m. tscueia Dominical.
11 .00 a oi. Morning Prayer and Sermon
Holy communion. (First Sun Sunday).
day). Sunday). -7:00
pro. tvening Prayer and Sermon
WEDNESDAYS
8:30 am. Holy Communion.
7:00 pro Evening Prayer.
HOLY DAYS
6:00 a.m Koly Communion.
1 JO in, Holy Communion.
DAILY
8:15 a m. Mornins Praver.
12:00 M;. da Missionary Pravers.
CHURCH OF OUR SAVIOUR
Third Street, New Cristobal
The Rev. Milton A. Cookson. Pantnr
SUNDAYS
Holy Communion 7:30 a.m
Church School 9-30 a.m
Morn.i.g Prayer
and Sermon 11:00 a.m
tFirst Sunua Holv Communion!
Vesper Service and
Youth Fellowshio 6:00 n.m
WEDNESDAYS
Holy Communion 8:30 a m
Choir Rehearsal 7:30 p.m
A House of Prayer for ail people.
COC OL)
Chuti-h of St Andrew
The Rev William W. Baldwin
SUNDAYS
Holy Communion.
Family Pravor and Church School
9:30 a.m
Morning Prayer and Sermon 11 tja
IH.C first Sunday in Month).
Evening Prsyer 7:30 D.m.
Weekday Praver. 8:00 am
COROZAL
iood Shepherd
Th- Rev. Clarence W. Hayes
8.00 i Jn Kverv Friday. Moroing Pray
(H.C. 1st Friday
GAMBOA
St Simon's thuith
The Rev. John Spear. Priest ul Charge
iUNUAXS
Morrir r Prayer, 1st and 3rd.
Sundays 10:30 a.m
Holy wOmmunion and ber-
mon, 2nd and 41h Sundays .. 10:30 a m
Sunday School 3 00 p.m
Youth Fellowship 5 00 p.m
Evening Prayer 7:00 p.m
MONDAYS
Girls' Friendly Society ... 6:00 p.m
WEDNESDAYS
Evening Prayer and Sermon 7:00 D m
THURSDAYS
Holy Ci.mmunion 9:00 a.m
Woman's Auxiliary, 2nd and
4th Thursdays 7 JO pm
LA BOCA
St. Peter's Church
The Rev. John Spear. Priest in Charge
SUNDAYS
Choral Eucharist and Sermon 7:00 a.m
Morning Prayer and Church School
10:00 a.m.
Children's Eucharist, 3rd Sunday 10
am.
Holy Baptism 5:00 p.m.
Evensong and Sermon 7-30 o m.
MONDAVS THRU SATURDAYS
Holy Communion 7:00 a m.
Evening Prayer 7:00 p.m
except Saturdays. Compline
1st TUESDAYS & 3rd MONDAYS
Woman Auxiliary 7:30 p.m
MARGARITA j
Church of St. Margaret
Cornei ot Espave Ave., Brazos Blvd.
The ttiv. Milton A. Cookson. Pastor
SUNDAYS
8 :30 a t.-j Church School
9:30 am Morning Prayer and Sermon
(1st Sti"dnys, Holy Communion)
4:30 n.m. Confirmation Instructions,
f ALU afcCli
Church of The Holy tomtoriei
Ven. L. B. Shirley. Archdeacon
Every Mondav 8:30 a m. Holy Com Com-nunton
nunton Com-nunton PARAISO -St.
Alhan's Church
Th. Rrv. David A. Osborne.
Priest in Charge
SUNDAY,'
6:00 a.m. Holy Communion.
8:00 a. in. Choral Eucharist A Sermon
12:00 itooi' Infant Baptism
3:00 n.m Church Scnooi
(heid ir. Building 131)
5:00 p.m. Youth Fellowship
7:00 im. Evensong and Address
i'UESDAY
7.30 pin. Woman's Auxiliary and Al Altai
tai Altai Guild Meeting.
PANAMA CITY
St. Paul's Church
The Von. Lemuel B. Shirley, Rector
The Rev. Fits R. Atwell. Deacon
SUNDAYS
9 00 a ..91. Sung Eucharist & Sermon
10:45 a m Morning Prayer and Church
School
12:00 nocr Holy Baptism
7:00 .nt Solemn Vespers
TUESDAYS
8 :30 am Holy Communion
WEDNESDAYS
6:00 m Holy Communion
7:00 o.m. Evening Praver
THURSDAYS AND FRIDAYS
8 :30 I m. Holy Communion
HOLY DAYS
6:00 a.m. Holy Communion.
CHRIST CHURCH BV-THE-SEA
Episcopal
Colon, R, de P
(Opposite Hotel. Washington)
The Ven. Malnert J. Peterson, Rector
The Rev. Henry A. Blake
Associate Rector
SUNDAYS
6:00 a.m Holy Communion
9:00 a.m Choral Eucharist and Sermon
10:30 a m Churcb School Session
7:30 D-m Solemn, Evensong and Ser Sermon.
mon. Sermon. WEDNESDAYS :.:.... :.:....-6:00
6:00 :.:....-6:00 a.m. Holy Communion.
7 30 p m Evening Prayer and Sermon
8 30 Dm Adult Confirmation Classv
THURSDAYS
6:00 Dm. Praver Guild.
FRIDAYS
940 am Children's Eucharist
SATURDAYS
10 00 a m Junior Confirmation Clam.
7 JO om. Compline and Meditation.
HOLY DAYS
6 00 a.m. Holy Communion.
RAINBOW CITY
Chnrth of St. Mary, tha Virgin
, The Ven. Malnert J. Peterson,
Priest in Charge
The Re John A. Spaulding, Deacon
SUNDAYS
Sung EuchaMst ........... 7:30 a.m
Chur-.h School 9:45 a.m.
Evens' me and Sermon .... 7.30 p.m
WEDNFSDAYS
Evensr.nj and Sermon .... 7 JO p.m
THURSDAYS
Holy Communion 7:00 am.
GATUN i
St George's Church
The Ven. Malnert J. Petersen,
Priest In Charge
Th Kev. John A. Spaulding, Deaeaa
1st AND 3rd SUNDAYS
Holy C cmmunlon ......... 9:30 am
2nd AND 4th SUNDAYS
Morn.rg Praver
and Serrron 9:30 a m
Church School, each Sun. 10:30 a.m
RIO ABAJO
t Christopher's Church
16 SI Parnue Lefevri
Th Rev Clarence VY. Hayes,
Priest in Charge
rtniv Cnrrmitinlni ., . IrSt n
Sunday School ........... 10:30 a.m.
BaDlianw I It I pm and a 4tb sun
lays.
Evening Prayer: Bible Study 6 Dm
i and 3rd Sunday
Woman' Auxiliary lend A 4th Sundav
A'
Holv Commuiuon Wenntraiiye, I l.nx

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Other Churches
CHURCH OF THE NAZARENk
Ancon. C Z.
Minister: Rev. Elmer O. Nelson
Box 98, Ancon, CZ. Balboa 2M)2
bunday School
Morning Worship ...
Youth Service .......
Evening Service
; N F.M.S. Service ....
Praver Meeline. Wed.
9:45 a.m
10.30 a.m
6:45 p.m
7:30 pm
7 :00 p.m
7 .30 pjn
V RATIONAL BAPTIST LHCKCn
Panama B P 23rd Street East
Rev. S. N. Brown. Minister
SUNDAY:
Divine Worship 9:30 a.m
Sundav School J 00 p.m
Sunday Masses 7. 7:45 11:44
.tit. ;oj d.l'. Sunda atuuo,
00 p m
JKHOVAHS WITNESSES
Meetinas Thursdays at 7:30 p.m. and
Sundavs el 4:00 pm. Wiri Memorial
806 Bait, a Road. Balboa.
CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST
Ot LATTER-DAY SAINTS (MormoBl
Sundav meeunes in the JWB-USO. La
Boca Hoad, Bamoa. fnmary ana rnesv-
hood 8:30 a m. Meeting: Sunday School,
9:25 a.m.: Sacrament Meeting, 10:30 am
Atlantic Branch
Building 200, Schoolhouse Road,
Gatun, Canal Zone.
leiephone, Gatun 364 or Cristobal 2897
Sunday scnooi ia:vo a.m. sunaay oac oac-ement
ement oac-ement Meeting 6:30 pm Prieshood
Meeting 6:30 D.m Wednesday prinary
6:30 p m Wednesday Relief society meet
ing as announced.
CUKCMJC 1-KUIfcSl AJV1
CHURCH
Rev Paul Holloway, Pastor
Office, Curundu 5105
Home, Curundu 7116
Sunday School 9:45
Morning Worship 11 a m.
Youth Meeting 6 p.m.
Evening Worship 7 p.m.
OLD CATHOLIC CHURCH
St. Raphael The Archangel
13tb St West No )
Holy Eucharist: Sunday a'. 1 :30 a m
Tuesdava. Wednesdays and rhurdav
:30 am
Sacrament ol Unction (Healing so soviet!
viet! soviet! First Sunday ol each month ai
7:30 pm
Mount Haltbet. Christian Chores)
Panama R P
Rt Rev T j Ties D. D Bishop
officiating
vlornuig devotio a- : m
Fellowship Worship at 11:00 am
Sunday School at 3 00 p m
Jivine Service ei 1:30 pjn
BAHA'I CENTER
BAHAI'S CENTER
54 First Street
Urbanizaclbn El Carmen. Panama City
informal Talks and Discussions
Thursdays., 8:00 pm
Colon, 8th A Front Streets
Cunstairs American Bazaar)
Study Classes Thursdays. 1:30 p.m
BETHEL MISSION CHURCH
Espalaba St., Paraiso. C.Z.
Rev Waldaba H. Stewart, Pastor
Sunday; 11:00 a.m. Worship Service.
3:00 p.m. Sunday School.
7:15 p.m. Gospel Service
Monday: 7:30 Young People's Society
Wednesday: 7:30 Mid-week Christian
Fetlowship.
Thursday: 8:00 Choir Rehearsal.
Friday: 7:30 Women's Missionary So Society.
ciety. Society. THE CHURCH OF GOD
7038 Eighth Street Colon
Rev. S. W. Grandison, Pastor
Sunday Schol 9:30 a.m.
Morning Worship 10 30 a.m.
Night Service 7:30 p.m.
FIRST CHURCH OF GOD
Cor. Jamaica and Trinidad St.
Rainbow City, Canal Zone
Rev. G. W. Grandison. Pastor
Morning Worship 9:00 a.m.
Sunday School 10:30 a.m.
Night Service 7:30 p.m.
THE CHURCH OF GOD
New Providence
Mrs Maude Hines, Pastor
Sundav School 10:00 a.m.
Morning Worship 1100 a.m.
Night Service P-"-
THE CHURCH OF GOD
Panama City
Cor. "N''.and Mariano Arosemena Sts.
Rev. Win, J. Johnson, Pastor
Sunday School 9.30 a.m.
Morning worsnip i"-;"
Night Service 7:30 p.m.
THE CHURCH OF GOD Rio Abajo
Monte Oscuro Rd. 16th St.
Rev. Wm. J. Johnson, Pastor
Sunday Schoo :' am.
Morning Worship I': m'
Night Service 9-m.
CHURCB OK THE FOURSQUARE
GOSPEL
(Full Gospel)
BALBOA
At Rebecca Lodge. Balboa Road at
La Boca Rd. Rev. and Mrs. Carl V.
Thompson Pastors
Sundr.v ocnooi ou
Morni..v Worship ........ 11:30 a. m
RAINBOW CITY
Corner Randolph and Klamouth St.
Rev ai.d Mrs. T. J. Tuttl Pastor
Mr. Paul Bryson, Asst. Pastor
pnone i-zjn
Sundav School
Mornin Worship
Evangelistic Service
Tues. Gospel service ....
Thur. Spanish Servic ..
9:30
11:00 a.
7:30 p.
7:30 p. m
, 7:30 p. m.
CHURCH Or GOD (Pentecostal)
Rev. B E. Watson, Overseer
Phon 6-428, Box 253, Gamboa
Churches at Paraiso, C.Z. (Rev. and
Mrs. Herman G. Whyte), Col6n. R.P.
(Rev. Fernando Lorenee), Rio Abajo
(Rev. and Mrs. Charles Haynes), and
Cativ Rev. and Mrs. Clifford Greaves).
Sunday and weekdays services at all
cburche.
Posts and Bases
PACIFIC SIDE
Protestant
FORT AMADOR ;
Sunday School ,,.,.,,.,...(
Morning Worship 10 00
Church-Time Nursery School .... 10 :00
FORT CLAYTON
Sunday School (Buildlnf No.
126) Si0
Morning Worship 10:15
Wednesday Evening Prayer Meet Meeting
ing Meeting and Bible Class C:30
FORT KOBBE
Sunday School (Building No
711) 9:30
Morning Worship 10:45
Evening Worship :30
ALBROOK AIR FORCE BASE
Sunday School (:30
Adult Bible Class (NCO Club).. 9:30
Morning Worship ...9:15 4 10:45
Youth Fellowship i. :30
Eevenlng Worship ............. 7:30
U.S. NAVAL STATION, Rodman
Sundav School ................. 9:30
Morning Worship -i... 11:00
Holy Communion First Sunday
of Month)
15Ui ND HEADOl)ART"i r"ppi
Holy Communion (Episcopal) ... 7:30
Morning Worship ... ....
Holy Communion First Sunday
of Month)
Cathotle
FORT AMADOR
Daily Mais (:30 :
Sunday Masses .....8:30 & 9:00
Confessions, Saturday ...6:30 & 7:30;
Sunday............ ..8:30 at 1:001
FORT CLAYTON
Daily Mass 6:45
Sunday Masses 7:48 tt V uu I
Confessions, Saturday . 7 :30 8:00
Sunday Mass 10:30;
FORT KOBBE i
Saturday Mass g-001
Sunday Masses .....,,.,.7:00 & 9 00
Spanish 8:00'
Confessions. Saturday (Building I
No. 711) .7:00 & :30!
Daily Mas .................... (:i

OTHERWISE OKAY ia . y fo
.I,,.-(m-J.,.iO"2rlelJoj!ng
tomey for an automobile accident) Is fj fL I I-victim
victim I-victim charged in a suit filed here A I K3QIm LnUrCll
that his cUent's bones had beeni' 'Hpiiai VIIWIVII
"broken, crushed and dislocated, i s rJ.

his neck, spine, arms, legs, body,
tendons, nerves, membranes, lig ligaments
aments ligaments and vessels thereof seri
ously cut, contused, bruised,
in ri srirainea. wrencnea.
swollen inflamed, weakened,
twisted and torn.
ALBROOK AIR FORCE BASE
Daily Mass J
Saturday Mass J
Simdav Masse 7:45 & 11.4a
Spanish
7:00
U.S. NAVAL STATION. Rodman
Daily Mass
Sunday Mass
Jewish
FORT KOBBE
Saturday ....
ALBROOK AIR FORCE BASE
Saturday
USO-JWB (Balboa)
Friday
ATLANTIC SIDE
Protestant
FORT DAVIS
Sunday School
Morning Worship
Midweek Fellowship. Thursday.
FORT GUL1CK
Sunday School
Mornine Worship
9:45
11:00
6:00
Youth Fellowship. Sunday
U.S. NAVAL STATION. Coco Solo
Sunday School
Morning Worship
Holy Communion First Sunday
of Month)
Catholic
9:30
11.00
Daily Mass 7 30
Sundav Mass
30
Confessions, Sunday
FORT GULICK
Daily Mass
Sunday Mass
Spanish
Confessions. Saturday
8
7:00
7:45
8:45
7:00
.6 00 4
IIS NAVAI. STATION. Coco Solo
Daily Mass 7 :ffl)
Sunday Mass 9 00
COCO SOLITO I
Sunday Mass 7:30
Jewish
FORT GULICK
Tuesday 7:15
Seventh Day
Adventist
Weekly Service In all Churches
as follows:
SATURDAY:
S&bbath School, 9:30 a m Divine Serv
ice, 11:00 am. Youth's Meeting, 4:30 Dm
SUNDAY: Bible Lecture, 7:30 p.m.
WEDNESDAY: Bible Study and Pravei
Service. 7:30 pm
Pacific Side Panam A Balboa
District Pastor W H. Waller
(Tel. 28 3-58431
Cabo Verde, Ave J F de la Ossa No
n. Panama No. 2. Jamaica Society Hal)
"S" St No. 3. Chorrillo, 26th St No 27
Pueblo Nuevo, 2-A St between 3rd and
4th Sts. Rio Abajo. 11th St No 27
Balboa Chapel. 0844 Gavilan Rd Balboa
1 Saturday onlv
Spanish Churches Panama Cristobal
District Pastor Ruben Ruin
Panama, Calle Darien No. I CriatAbal
16th St at Bolivar Ave.
Gamboa A FrijoJc
District Pastor A. A GrlaJt
(Tel. ( 1021
Gamboa, Praitt Parkway rrilola.
Atlantic Side Colon at Cristobal
District Pastor V G. Newman
(Tel 38 826-L 1
ColOn, 3rd. St A Central At. Crlsto Crlsto-ial.
ial. Crlsto-ial. 16th St & Bolivar Av.
Jewish
Jewiii Welfare Board Bid 792-X La
Boca Road, Balboa, C.Z. Rabbi Nathan
Wilkin Director.
Servic Friday, 7:30 p.m. Saturday
5:30 p m
(See a'o listings of Jewish services
under Posts Bases and Stations).
Congitetion Kol Shearith Israel. Av.
nida C'lhi and 36th Street. Bella Vista,
Panami City Services 1:00 p.m.
Lutheran
REEDEMER LUTHERAN CHURCH
Balboa Road
Rev. W. M Czamanske, Pastor
Sunday School, Bible class (:O0 a.m.
Divine Service 10:15 a.m.
Divine Service at Margarita Sunday
2.15 pm.

The FIAT Company of Turin, Italy,
has pleasure in announcing the appointment for the importation and
distribution in the Republic of Panama and the Canal Zone for
AUTOMOBILES & PARTS

of

MOTORES

lin Allgnl L J QC

Church Naws
The night service at the
Isthmian Baptist Church
Colon,
will feature the official quartet of

the Church of the Air of Radio Prpn,, here
Station I.F.C., of Costa Rica. rren5 ne,c-
' Dr. Alberto Gainza Paz. publish
The quartet together with aier 0f La Prensa and other promin-
professor of the Latin American; ent newspapermen from various

oiuie oeramary are an u ameu

i juuuairi a ul uii: swayci. 011m 1 icn-
JJjltimonies, the Gospel in music'
and special messages in both
Spanish and English will be given.
With the church choir assisting,;
2 do : and with an inspirational message,
I the service will provide festival
' of music.
3 I 10: a.m. Sunday School tinder
7:30' the superintendency of L. G. Fras-
jer. j
I 11: a.m. Consecration service
1 for all workers. The preacher at
' :!! this service will be the pastor of
7 30 the Church, the Rev. S.S. Scarlett.

3:30 p.m. Sunday School on the
air. Tune in to Voice of the Victor.
6:00 p.m. Training union with
the directorship of Miss Mavis
Catherwood.
7:00 p.m. Evening worship to
be conducted by pref. Richard
Foulkes and the quartet of the
Church of the Air.
Monday through Saturday
Week of Prayer Jan. 29 through
February 12t Revival Meetings.
I Evangelist: Dr. C. Y. Dossey of
the United States.
Newsman Persecuted
1
By Peron Honored i
By Fellow Scribes
BUENOS AIRES, Jan. 21 (UP)
David Michel Torino, Argentine
publisher who was persecuted and
imprisoned by the Peron dictator dictatorship,
ship, dictatorship, was honored today by the
free newspapermen of the Ameri American
can American with the "Hero of the Free Freedom
dom Freedom of the Press" medal.
Michel Torino's newspaper El
Inlransigente, of Salta, was closed
and expropriated by the Peron
government in 1950. He was held
in prison for 35 months on charg charges
es charges of "disrespect" toward Peron.
Although he became seriously ill
in jail, he was not permitted to be
transferred to a hospital for treat treatment.
ment. treatment. Two justices of the Salta Su-
Jime-saving
flan recipe
Royal Flan does oway wirti
messy doubl boilers, hoi
ovens. Just combine the Royal
Flan mixture with milk, bring
it to o boil, then pour it into
molds. Four luscious servings
from each package. When
you shop-ask for Royal Flan.

6

Th first l 1
end always VTOf
th prfrrd ""i,,,

II:

Showroom, offices, parts
Avenida Jose Francisco de la

preme Court who ordered Michel 1 nrBnn U.i
Torino's release after 35 months. IxOTeu il TCI
were impeached by the Salta prov-!r" D.
ince Senate on charges of 'im-;VjlVGS DOHUS

proper conduct.
Miguel Lans Duret. Mexican
publisher and member of the
board of directors of the Inter-
Uiicctuis ui uic win-
American Press Association and
president of the Inter -American
FrOBrinm nf th Presn Tribunal.

Firjt:K.,4 k r, r, Mihoi

!Tnrinn t a rprpmnnv held in the
hniHinir nf thi newsnatier La
American countries were present,

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TELEPHONES:
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To State
CONCORD, N.

H. (UP)
Everyone doesn't want a bonus
-. ... t. .u r -. .
7 .5 l"B TrTnr
Robert E. Boyd, J., o Concord.
I A highway department employe.
' Boyd presented the state 01 TSew
Hampshire his $100 Korean teter-
ans' bonus check simply because)
i "I favor economy in government.
i don't like to see the state
! spendina i money lhV'.
needed." said Boyd. His cneckv was
credited to the states general
iuna.
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Feb. 1
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4 Pass 6 Pf5
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Opening lead A K

It i.sn't easy to reach the slam
in hearts with today's cards. Both
.'jr;h and South must bid aggres

sively and delicately, and players
Vkiio are good enough to bid so as as-tuicly
tuicly as-tuicly should also be good enough
to piay the hand to a successful
conclusion.
When the hand was actually
played, South proved that he was
a better bidder than player. He
took the first trick in dummy with
the aee ot spades, led a trump
to the aee, and got to dummy
with the ace of diamonds in order
to lead another trump.
When East followed with the (en
of hearts, South finessed the .jack.
Tris finesse was a grievous error.
West won with the queen of
hciru and led another spade to
nifike dummy ruff. Now dummy's
last trump had to be used to draw
I West's outstanding trump. Dummy
had no side entry to the clubs.'
and when the club suit obstinately
iTe.'used to break properly South,
w; s forced to concede defeat.
' After winning the first trick with
i the ace of spades, South should
'c;ih both of the top hearts with-!
Jn.it taking a finesse. Now South
can go after the clubs and get,
to dummy as often as he likes i
.even though the clubs break badly.
In practice, South would cash,
Jt'io two top hearts, continue with
iho fiiippn of rlnhs and lead a low

'ciub to dummy. West would dis dis-'card
'card dis-'card a spado (his best defense)
and declarer would continue by
ruffing one of dummy's low clubs.
.AVes-t would be able to take his
,.icu of hearts whenever he likpd,
; hut he eould not defeat the con contract.
tract. contract. This line of play makes the
Ulam if the trumps break nor normally,
mally, normally, even though the clubs break
'badly. It has the additonal advan advantage
tage advantage of offering excellent chances
"for the siani even- if the trumps
!brcak badly provided that East has
the long trumps.
PADLOCKED CARS

i KIMBALL, Neb: fUPV The
city council recently authorized a
plan whereby. the automobiles of
persons who refuse to pay parking :
fines, will be shackled to the curb.
'..Police hold the keys to padlocks
on the chains and violators have
'to pav $2 to have their ears re-
Wed" in addition to the fine fort
overparking.

Mationalisfs Mum

On Truman Defense
01 Policy In China

TAIPEI. Jan. 21 (UP) Official
quarters declined to comment to-1
day on what they termed former j
President Harry S. Truman's at attempts
tempts attempts to defend his, "miserable
China policy" in his memoirs. I
However, entirely reliable per-;
sons close to the government said
U.S. policy in China during the
Truman administration so ham-!
strung the Nationalist? that no co- j
ordinated resistance to the Com-i
munist menace could be formulat- i
ed. Generals Joseph St i 1 1 w e 1 1 :
(dead) and George C. Marshall,
(retired) were blamed for advocat-l
ing the two fatal steps which led i
to Communist domination in main mainland
land mainland China. j
Various versions of Truman's
accusations as printed in Life
magazine were received here by j
wire, especially those portions re-1
lating to Generalissimo Chiang)
Kai-shek's alleged lack of support'
among the Chinese people and his i
alleged refusal to accept Marshall's!
advice. j
'History cannot be altered by'
the writing of memoirs," a high-1
ly respected source told United
Press. "President Truman's me-j
moirs were written to defend his!

! miserable China policy."
I The same source asked, "now
could President Chiang have car carried
ried carried on the difficult resistance a a-gainst
gainst a-gainst Japan for eight years with without
out without the support of the Chinse peo people?'1
ple?'1 people?'1 And he said President

Chiang had agreed In principle
to Marshall's desire to form a i
coalition Nationalist-Communist
front but the Communists refu.edl
to cooperate on several issues and i
so wrecked the peace talks.

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"The houri and pay will be satisfactory, sir! One more
requirement are there any unmarried men in the
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tpairs would leTe his borne tike new.
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SATURDAY, JANUARY 2J, lfoS

THE PANAMA AMERICAN
AN INDEPENDENT DAILY KEWSPAPlk
PAGE FIVE

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StarOf Chorrillo
.Officers Installed
I The installation of officers ol
the Star of Corriilo Lodge No.
63j. M.O.O.F.L.L.. took place last
! Saturday night before one of the

largest gamerings in many years.
The ceremony was conducted by

jlhc full staff of officers of the
: Central American Grand Lodge
! assisted bj;- visiting members of
i sister lodges.

Those installed were Jas. Lewis
G.P.. Enid Bowen, X.G.. C. Haw Hawthorne
thorne Hawthorne V.G., C. A. Hurlev, Secv.,
Blanche Beckles, Asst. Scsy., G.
Pinder, Treas., Wm. Griffith,
Warden, Florence Jarnis. Chapla Chaplain.,
in., Chaplain., J. C. Richards L.S.Y.G., Louise
Bruce R.S.V.G.
After the ceremony t sump sumptuous
tuous sumptuous banquet was enioyed by all
with many toasts and speeches offered.

Dont. be misled!
Distegard the price I
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at all times

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States and other countries, mainlv because it does net
create difficulties wuh your hair, tt does not itch or
otherwise tother voir scalp:

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MR. AND MRS, LA VOND MANGRUM Mrs. Conchita Rosas of
Panama, announces the marriage of her daughter, Jean Y.
Angstadt to Lo Vond D. Mangrum, son of Mr. Dewain Mangrum
of Gibbonsville, Iaaho, and the late Mrs. Reva Mangum. The
bride is a graduate of Balboa High School, Class of 19o4 and at
present is an employe of U. S. Army Caribbean In the Chief of
Staff's Office at Fort Amador. The groom is a graduate of
Jerome High School and at the present time is serving with the
United States Army. The marriage took place yesterday.

COCKTAILS AT THE PRESIDENT!. His ex neilewy. president of the Republic of Panama
ajid Mrs. Ricardo Arias were hosts for a cocktail party Thursday evening at the Presidencia,
honoring the Honorable Wilber M. Brucker, Secretary of the Army, Mrs. Brucker and members

of the Panama Canal Company. Shown here fram left to right are Secretary Brut-kef president

Arias, Mrs. Arias and Mrs. Brucker.

(U.S. Army Photo)

AMBASSADOR AND MRS. HARRINGTON GIVE
BUFFET SUPPER FOR SECRETARY OF ARMY
The Ambassador of the United States and Mrs. Julian
Harrington gave a buffet supper at the Embassy residence in
La Cresla, Thursday, in honor of the Secretary of the Army
and Mrs. Wilbur M. Brucker.

itoJEKTIKS

Kach antlrt (or Inclusion In this
column should iiihmiiltd in lype lype-Hrillen
Hrillen lype-Hrillen form and mailed to one of
the boi numbers lined daily in "So "Social
cial "Social and Otherwise," oi delttucd
by band tn the uffico. Notiraa
meeting! cannot be accepted by ttle-Cboue.

I The first raffle Drize. a bree

cake decorated as a golf course, Women' Auxiliary
iwa won bv Mrs. Macce. The Sfc-' Marnarita Uninn Churrh

was won oy Airs. JJon-

i ond prize

i oluie.

Prtsidtnt and Mrs. Arias Since so many local
Guests of Honor 'spend Sundav afternoons

His Excellency, President of the1 country during the dry season, the
Republic of Panama and Mrs. Ri-, Sunday morning b;unch will be
cardo Arias were guests of honor! discontinued at the hotel for a few
at a cocktail buffet given by Mr. months.

and Mrs. Carlos Eleta at their j
residence on La Cresta last night.

I J ne door prizes were verv nice,
i thanks to the donations (if the
merchants on Front Street. The
residents door prizes were-taken by Louise
in the; Reynolds. Mrs n Smith mc

f). Fahey, and Mrs. K. Woodruff
There were individual table priz prizes
es prizes which are too numerous to
mention.

Women's Auxiliary of the Mar

garita Union Church, regular meet meeting,
ing, meeting, Tuesday, Jan. 24th, 7:30 p.m.
Devotional lender: Mrs. C. W. Carl Carlson.
son. Carlson. Speaker: Mrs. T. 11. Zuidenia,
will speak on Holland.

Deer Hunting Youth
Brings Back Bear
ROSCOMMON Mich ru Pi
Scventccn-ycar-old Arthur E -erts
of Lansing. Mich., will
breathe a sigh of relief every time
he walks across the rug he is hav having
ing having made from a bearskin.
Hunting deer near here this uin.

er, the youth became tired and
i started to sit down in a hole under
a tree stump to rest. He heard
I a growl and ran then returned
and shot a 150-pound bear as it
emerged from the hole.

Former Press Officer
To Visit Here With Family
Mr. Richard Salvatierre, Who
was the first press officer assign assigned
ed assigned to the United States Embassy
after the war. is expected to make

a brief visit to Panama later this; to Italy.

month with Mrs..kaivjmerre, tneir
two sets of twins and young son son-Plans
Plans son-Plans call for the Salvatierre
familv to arrive-on- Jan.' 26 from
Mexico, 'where be has been assign assigned
ed assigned as Assistant Public Affairs
Officer, to Peru where he will as assume
sume assume the post of Public Af-

Finland and Italy
Shown in YMCA Films
The third showing in the travel
film series at the Balboa Y.M.C.A. Y.M.C.A.-U.S.O.
U.S.O. Y.M.C.A.-U.S.O. will be presented on Mon Monday,
day, Monday, at 7:30 p.m.
The pictures shown will be

Wings to Finland and 'Wings

Al Stern Will
Direct Chess Club
A Chess Club under the direc

tion of Mr, Al Stern of the Canal

VFW Meeting Monday
I.t Garvvn 11. Moumblow Me Memorial
morial Memorial Post No. 3876 will hold Us
rpcnlar husincss meeting Monday

i at 7:30 p.m. at the Post Home in
i Cristobal. Post Commander Rob Rob-i
i Rob-i inson urges all members to be
inresent. as there are several im

portant items to be discussed at

NC TONC serves
CHINESE DISHES
at El Rtmeho Garden
S P.M. ON

waiting fsfi..,!

once again
beginning tomorrow
our popular

SUNDAY EVENING STARLIGHT BUFFET

I r oni t

ii.ni. on the outdoor roof terrace of El l,anaina,s

9lh floor or in the Bella Vista Room.

...here's the way to entertain on Sunday! This most popular event event-featuring
featuring event-featuring our eye-filling, mouth-watering buffet, the wonderful rhythms
of Clarence Martin'$ Orchestra, and this year the unequalled starlit
terrace with the entrancing night-time view of Panama City and the Bay;

$3.50 per person

Call Max, 3-1 MO.
for table reservations

Ray Cox, our "King of the
Keyboard," plays from 10 p.m.
to 2 a.m. tomorrow night, in
the Balboa Bar, as well as
Tuesday, Wednesday and
Thursday. Request your favor favorites
ites favorites from Ray while you enjoy
El Panama's justly famous
mixed drinks.

a

A Klrkcby Hotel

Zone, will be organized

I SO-JWB Armed Forces Service I

at the,the mectln-

Center with the opening meeting! JJl.u" ""'
v, k-u fu...-j.r. t. Credit Lnlon

. w i..-iu .. .u,v, iii, at, rHor-l rreriit TTn-

' hereaf rr trip muni "'t ...-. y ---

p.m.

wi meet

feature i nings

'"The following "week will

"Beyond the Andes" and "Wings

to Hawaii. ah pictures are snown oe presented as well as

through the courtesy of Fan Am- tion for beginners

erican Airways and are open to
the public without charge.

fairs Offiper in Lima.
General Harrison
Back From Washington
CommandcMn-Chief Caribbean,
Lt. General William K. Harrison
Jr has returned from the United
States, where he was under medi medical
cal medical treatment at the Walter Reed
Hospital in Washington, DC

Sunday "Night Buffet -Resumed
M E) Panama
Hotel jSl .Panama will res"m
Its dry season Sdhday Night Buf-
1 1 A .Th cfarlit North

t ie Hill IKior win uc

Carnival Queen Dance
At El Panama Tonight
Second "Escrutimo" dance will
be held tonight at 8:30 o'clock in instead
stead instead of Friday to elect the Queen
of 1956 Carnival at Hotel El Pa Panama.
nama. Panama. Two orchestras, Clarence
Martin's and Lucho Azcarraga will
furnish music for dancing in the
Hotel Patio, Candidates for Queen
are Liz Suazo and Julie Alvarado.

w w in, i .iicceaiiui uie kfuud ...... u. i

on Mondav eve- Ion mli n0La us elg"1' a"IU'cU
on M y eve IWetlne at the Rainbow City

The history of chess plaving will I School Study Hall on Jan. 27 at

instruc- i P '-
meeting wil be il) report of of-

A rnrHiat invitation is v(HniliH I fleers. 12) dividends to De ae-

to all chess enthusiasts to attend, clared, t3l elections.
For registration, please call There will also be a guest guest-Balboa
Balboa guest-Balboa 1072. speaker.

CZ College Club's
Annual Carnival Tea
The Annual Carnival Tea of the

College Club will be

hnffet Guests'held on Saturday, Feb. 4, at the

Terrace on

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trie feulnB,ui.XV of sitting out Army-Navy Club, Fort A m a d o r,
will have tfie choice ot situng pui

Km a V Mhl w,.m V .......

J... nr insif P l ie DUim noia

narenee Martin's orchestra j's

will play for dancing.

New Books

tea

open to memDers ana tneir

guests. Reservations must be made
by calling Mrs. Howard Johnson,
Balboa-3372, or Mrs. Walter E.
Colclasure, Balboa-2608,

Dessert Card Party
At Brazos. Brooks
The dessert card party held at
Brazos Brooks by the Ldv Golf Golfers
ers Golfers of Ft. Davis was a gala af affair
fair affair and a big success.

The story of an American girl's
marriage to a Mexican is told in
an interesting manner by Eliza Elizabeth
beth Elizabeth B. de-.Trev.no m "My Heart
Lies South," one of the new books
placed in circulation this week
by the Canal Zone Library.
The author was born in Bakers Bakers-field,
field, Bakers-field, California, and was graduat graduated
ed graduated from Sanford University. She
later was an active newspaper newspaperwoman
woman newspaperwoman in Boston and Hollywood
before her marriage. Her story of

her courtstup ana imhiw i
sv and affectionate of bcr mar-1 Acolytes of the Churches in the
riage to Luis Trevifio in Monter-j Episcopal Diocese will observe
-fv v !thu feast of their patron saint on
two Anmnlete list of new books ; sundav with special services.

hi their authors announced hy, -. gt Paul's '-chanter of the -Order

Saint Vincent will admit a candi candidate
date candidate at the 9 a.m. service of Holy

1 Eucharist and will also make cor-

Rev. John Spear
To Preach Sermon
Al Palronal Feast

... Plan to attend Churclulhis Sunday
AT THE
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
BALBOA HEIGHTS, C. Z.
9 :30 BIBLE SCHOOL (Classes for all ages)
10:40 MORNING WORSHIP
"LT FROM BONDAGE"
Children's Chapel 10:40 Robert Snyder
6:30 B.T.U. (Training in Christian Living)
7:30 EVANGELISTIC SERVICE
Hear
JEANIE O'DELL
Popular Gospel Singer of
HCJB QUITO
Pastor W. H. BEEBY . Speaking
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and their authors

the Library follows:
Non-fiction: The Root of the
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and education isnerwooa,
Budgetary Processes of the United
States Smithies; Top Secret

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porale comminion. They will be i
joined by the Knighli of St. Paul:
who will be also making their
monthly corporate communion and j
the members of The Girls' Friend-

sionville. Koos; .The Care of your! iy society who will also admit
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Skin, Lawrence; Annual wepori oi
the Tennessee Valley Authority,
1955, Lawrence; Swift, Quintana;
The Tourist Guide Book of Spain,
Wiltiamson-Serra: Texas Citizen;
the guide to active citizenship in
the Lone Star State; Gardner; No
Escape from Adventure, Bruce;
and My Heart lies South; the sto story
ry story of my Mexican marriage, Tre-
'lection : Blood on the Land, Bon Bon-ham;
ham; Bon-ham; Vanished, Carleton; House
of Dolls, Cetynski; Apache Ins Insert
ert Insert Holmes; Confessions of Felix
Krull, confidence man; Part a,
The Early Years, Mann; and Rio
Patrol, Strong.

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sign was erecteo ouisiue
Capitol Drive-In Theater whe it
closed for the winter; Closed for
the Eeasnn. Thanks and drive care

fully. The person you kill may belan(j participate in the procession
one of our customers." s i after the sermon.

new members

observance of
Week.

At 7 p.m. there will be a regional
acolytes service with the acolytes
from parishes on the Pacific side
attending. Rev. John Spear of St.!
Peter's,, La Boca, will preach the1
sermon: .' 1
A procession of acolytes and
clergy will follow. All other serv services
ices services of the day will be as schedul-;
ed.

sr. raui s nay i
The feast of St. Paul's will be I
observed, on Wednesday with spe- j
cial services throughout the day.
At 5:30 a.m. Holy Communion)
with Fr. Spear as celebrant with!
Archdeacon Lemuel Shirley offici-
ating. I
At 7 p.m. Fr. Roland Hayes. of!
St. Christopher's will be the guest

preacher. The Knights of St. faui j
will attend, the service in a body;

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FOR
12 WORDS
COMMERCIAL r
PROFESSIONAL
CANAL ZONE POLYCLINIC
DENTAL-MEDICAL
rr C F. Fahr(i Dr. It. AvUa J' J'-D
D J'-D D.S. (Gforjttonn University) M.D
Tiioll (tlh of July) Ave.. No II At
(opposite Anron School Playground)
Tel. 2-2011 Panama.
RETIREMENT, LIFE
EDUCATION INSURANCE
JIM RIDGE
Phone Panama 2-0532
TRANSPORTS BAXTER, S A,
Pockets Shippers Movers
Learn Riding et
PANAMA RIDING SCHOOL
Riding tr Jumping dosses doily
3 to 5 p.m. Phone 3-0279
or by appointment.
"We liP Your Figure"
BODl -Rr.LHXiNG
7 tarnou MiLevjf Machine
SwcriNIi Message Steam 8lh
for male and female
DRTEPEDIA NACIONAL
Dr. Scholia)
Justo Arosemena Ph. 3-2217
National WW Week1
Program To Start
Sunday At Cocoli
"the National V.F.W. week
program will be held at the V.
F.vtf. Gen. Geo. W. Goethalo Post
No, 3835 Cocoli, starting at 2j
p.m. Sunday. The program fol-
low;:
Sunday, Jan. 22 at 2 TJ.m:
Sublect "Religious Freedom"
bv the following speakers: Cha Chaplain
plain Chaplain V.F.W. Mr. Edward S. Coe;
" U Si Armv Chaolain 1st Lt. M.
W.vDayton; Rev. Kdward J. Mel Mel-vin;
vin; Mel-vin; CM; Rev. Doctor John H.
Townsend Episcopal.
Monday, Jan. 23 at 7 p.m.:
Sublet "Community Service
and Youth Welfare" by the fol following
lowing following speakers: Past Dept.
Commander V.F.W. Mr. D. L.
Hushes; Dept. V. F.W. Youth
Officer Mr. H. C. Alexander;
Dept. Jr. Vice Commander Mr.
Joe DeMaria; also a talk by the
Boy Scouts Master of Canal
Zone.
Tuesday, Jan. 24 at 1cm.: 1cm.:-Subject
Subject 1cm.:-Subject "Veteran Benefits" by
th fnllnwirio' sneakers: V.F.W.
Nat'l Executive Council Mr. E.
J jEillnton;- Veterans Adminis Administration
tration Administration C.Z. Mr. Edward T. Bar Barren.
ren. Barren. :. ..
. Wednesday, Jan. 25 at 7 p.m.:
Bublect "Civil Defense and Na National
tional National Security" by the following
speakers: PanCalOffice of In Internal
ternal Internal Security Mr. P. M. Good Goodman;
man; Goodman; Chief of Civil Defense P
C Area Mr. W. G. Dolan; Mili Military
tary Military Defense Canal Area Mrs.
Howard H. Spicker USN.
Thursday, Jan. 26 at 7:30 p.m.
Meeting of V.F.W. Post 3835
Members only). All members of
the 'V.F.W. regardless to the post
that may belong are welcome
to attend.
Friday, Jan. 27 at 7:30p.m.;
Subject "Charity and the V.F.
W. National Home." The follow following)
ing) following) speaker will be Dept. Ins Inspector
pector Inspector V.F.W., CZ. Mr. D. J.
O'Neill.
Saturday, Jan. 28 at 8 p.m
Open House Dance all are in invited
vited invited to attend.
By Telephone
? Immediate Coverage
Dial Panama 2-5000
; FRED HUDDLESTON
; NECESSITY
The Church of Our Lady of
F&tima, now in construc construction,
tion, construction, needs! 100 yards to re re-fijl
fijl re-fijl the floor of land, 60
yards of sand, 60 yards of
stone and 300 bags of ce cement
ment cement for the concrete floor.
Father Guillermo Sosa will
bry very grateful to those
wJbo give some of lt for this
purpose, and will be sure
the Blessed Mother of Fa Fa-tima
tima Fa-tima will give the reward
to them. Box 208. Panama.
Tel. 2-5447.

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FOR SALE
Household
FOR SALE: Dining rm set,
bedroom act, Pyt radio and pick pickup,
up, pickup, refrigerator, wicker let, fit
stove. Call 1 153 Colon.
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 jALE: Large console G.E.
rr!io-phonograph, oaccllent cab cabinet,
inet, cabinet, cost $400, sell tor $75.
Pione 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. FOR SALE: Steinway upright
piano, beautiful sound, good con condition,
dition, condition, $375. Leaving Phono 3 3-3587.
3587. 3-3587. FOR SALE: Bendix 60-cycl
automatic washer, Simmons box
springs & mattress (double bed',
plastic upholstered davenport.
Otrs. 66-8, Fort Kobbe. Phon
84-5125.
Roger V. Adams
Re-Elected Prexy
Of Local AAA Club
Al the annual meeting of the
Panama and Canal Zone Automn Automn-bile
bile Automn-bile Club, held Jan. 16 in the ball ballroom
room ballroom of the Tivoli Guest House,
the following officers and repie repie-sentatives
sentatives repie-sentatives were elected to serve
for 1956.
President, (re-elected I Roger W.
Adams First Vice President, John
W. Matthews Second Vice Presi President,
dent, President, Bernhard I. Everson, Secretary-Treasurer,
Mrs. Mildred K.
Turner.
Representatives named for Pa Pa-namR
namR Pa-namR City and adjacent suburbs
in the Republic were Frank
Morrice and Daniel A. Pagenta.
The representative for Colon and
adjacent suburbs will be Robert
G. Leigh.
For the southern area of the
Canal Zone, including Gamboa,
the following representative! were
elected: William E. Dobson, John
A. John A. Everson, James, A.
Fraser, William E. Jones, Mey Meyer
er Meyer Kaplan, Edward E. Kennard,
Charles D. LaVallee, Mrs. Marie
B. McNeff and Howard E. Turn Turner.
er. Turner. For the northern area of the
Zone, Henry T. Carpenter, Nelson
Magner and William E. Badders
were named.
Approximately 200 members and
guests attended the meeting and
j viewed a film entitled "A Nation
Ion Wheels."
Little League
PACIFIC LITTLE LEAGUE
W L Pet.
Gibraltar Life .3 1 .750
Police 2 1 .667
Seymour Agency .... 2 2 .500
Spur Cola ....11 .500
Lincoln Life ........1 2 .333
Elks 1414 .0 2 .000,
Lincoln Life 5, Gibraltar Life 1
Yesterday, at the Little League
Stadium on Gaillard Highway,
the cellar occupant, Lincoln
Life, toppled the league leading
Gibraltar Life by 5 to 1.
Gene Beck toed the mound for
the "Presidents" and held the
Gibraltar "Rocks" in check,
blanking them in every inning
except the first. The League
leaders got to Gene for seven
i hits, but in the clutches the
' Rocks of Gibraltar could not
score.
! In the meantime, the Lincoln
Lifers combed the combined
pitching efforts of Fraunhiem
,and Snyder for eight hits, but
i made their hits count, getting
;runs in th esecond, fourth, fifth
and the sixth. Lou French, Ward
: and Engelke led the attack with
; two hits apiece and for the ios-
ers Snyder had two safeties.
I The box score:
Lincoln Life
'McElhone, 2b
Farnsworth, If
Joyner, If
L. French, 3b ..,
AB R H
4 0 1
2 0 0
f .
.2 0
0
2
2
2
0
0
4
Bradshaw, cf .....
E. Engelke, ct ....
Fernandez, c
Leadbetter, xt . .
Nessler, t.f,. . .
Beck, p ....,..,..
4
4
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..0
.3
0
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Gibraltar AFt
R H
0 0
IHermany, rf 0
Eoaon, n ..............2
Snyder, lb, p ......... .3
Fraunhiem, p, lb 3
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Brandon, ss
....3
....3
3
....0
....3
....O
....I
Zapp, li ....
Orr, If
Hunt, 3b
Hanna, 3b ...
Elsman, cf ,
Wilson, cf .
High, c
Wntrhtnsnn p.
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wall tide-wall tires, power steering, power
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tobal Cristobal 3-1248.
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mouth, good condition, $225,
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Qrrs. 66-8, Fort Kobbe. Phone
84-5125.
FOR SALE: 1953 Chevrolet
two-ten 4-door, 16,000 miles,
$1200. Phon 2-1819.
FOR SALE: 1953 Nash 4-door
Statesman. Call 85-2196 week
days, 83-5174 after 4:00
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FOR SALE. 14-ft. boat Speed Speed-liner
liner Speed-liner Runabout class with 25 25-hp.
hp. 25-hp. outboard Evinrude motor, all
accessories, $550. Phon 2-0740
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EXALTED RULER George
P. Simpson (above) will be in
stalled tomorrow afternoon io
Grove's Hall, La Boca, as Exalt Exalted
ed Exalted Ruler of Justice Lodge, No.
832, IBPOEW, by District De Deputy
puty Deputy Fitz A. Gibson, assisted by
Special Deputy Garnell Camp Campbell;
bell; Campbell; Others to be installed are:
Gerald P. Cousins Esteemed
Leading Knight; Herman A
Cox, Esteemed Leading Knight;
Schula Van Battenberg, Esteem Esteemed
ed Esteemed Lecturing Knight; Carlyle
Clarksecretary; Clarence
Small, recording secretary; Her Herbert
bert Herbert Stevens, treasurer; Alfrel
Hyltori, esquire, Rogelio V a s s-ques.
ques. s-ques. Eduardo Charles, Willough Willough-bv
bv Willough-bv Stamp, trustees, and others
The installation will get under underway
way underway at 4 p.m.
Aflanlic Softball
League
LEAGUE STANDINGS
W
2
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.....2
...........0
... .......0
0
i Green River
Tigers Club ..
Ft. Gulick k.
Unlsport ......
Gashouse ....
Gibralter .
Starting this week off in the
Atlantic Softball League was
the Green River boys from the
Locks," with -a -'-win- over- the
Armymen from Ft. Gulick. After
a slow start the Greenmen scor scored
ed scored very fast in the fifth inning
with eight big runs, to maka e
run-away game,-and beat Ft.
Gulick by a score of 14 to 5.
an Tuesday, the Tigers Club
showed the other teams how to
hit the scoring column by beat beating
ing beating the Gashouse by a 19 to 1
score. The Tigers Club from Co Colon,
lon, Colon, look to be the favorites to
cop the League ttiie. With ex experience
perience experience and youth, this team
will be hard to stop. Diaz, pitch pitched
ed pitched a three-hitter against- .he
PCYC Gashouse team, and was
never In trouble, throughout the
entire game.
Wednesday's pame saw the Ft.
Gulick team rebound from its
nrevious loss, and down the Gi Gibralter
bralter Gibralter Insurancemen by a ssore
of 10 to 4.. Many errors were
made, plus two weak defenses.
So with each team only getting
fnnr- hits sniere. the Gibralter
Life threw most of the runs a-
way on their defensive piay.
Next wee's schedule:
Jan. 23, Monday Monday-Green
Green Monday-Green River vs Tigers Club
Jan. 25, Wednesday
Ft. Gulick vs Unlsport .:
Jan. 26, Thursday-

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Miscellaneous
FOR SALE: Office equipment:
Steel desks, wooden desks, chairs,
safes, fluorescent lamps, V-X
cables, doors, etc, Phen 2-4902.
FOR SALE: TWO ADMIRAL
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ton, practically new. Reasonable
prices. Monthly payments possi possible.
ble. possible. Phone 2-4902.
FOR SALE: Beautiful new
"Montuno" outfit, pants and
shirt. Very reasonable price.
Phon 3-1533.
BARGAIN: SPEED GRAPHIC
2 1 4x3'. 4 never used, flash, case,
etc. Foto Astra, 4th of July Ave.
No. 5.
FOR SALE: 410 Winchester
pump fun, one 22 caliber auto automatic
matic automatic rifle. Call Balboa 1723.
FOR SALE
Real Estate
, FOR SALE: Houses in Sent
Clara, fully f urnisnad. Leaving.
Must sell. Phon 6-441.
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es hectares of land, level at El Vail. Far
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PHILLIPS Oce.ntid. Cottat,
Santa Clar. Bex 435, Balboa.
Phon Panama 2-1 S77. Crttta-
bol 3-1673.
Shropnel's furnished houses n
beach at Sent Clot a. Telephon
Thompson, Balboa 1772.
Gramlich's Santa Clar Beach
Cottages. Modern conveniences,
moderate rates. Phon Gamboa
6-441.
Wanted to Buy
WANTED TO BUY: Collins
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condition. Phono KZ5WZ. lal lal-boa
boa lal-boa 2-3173.
COIN COLLECTOR buys foreign
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to Box 773, Colon.
Joint Observance
Tomorrow All Day
At Saint Peter's
St. Peter's church in La Boca
will combine the observance of
Theological Education Sunday
I and the feast of St. Vincent tomor tomorrow.
row. tomorrow. j The choral Eucharist at 7 a.m.
will be celebrated with special in indentions
dentions indentions for the church's semina
ries. Parishioners are asked to be
generous in their offerings, as the
loose collections will be allocated
to theological education.
The Order of St Vincent, affiliat affiliated
ed affiliated with the national guild of aco acolytes,
lytes, acolytes, will make corporate com communion.
munion. communion. Before the celebration, the ves vestry
try vestry elected for this year will be
installed by the priest.
At 7:30 p.m. on Wednesday, a
meeting of the canvass committee
will be held in the parish hall to
push the annual every member
canvass.
The Woman's Auxiliary is hold holding
ing holding an installation party in the
parish hall next Friday night, to
which members of other parochial
organizations are invited.
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Apartments Rooms
ATTENTION C. 1.1 Just built FOR RENT: Small bedroom fur-
modtrn furniihtd apartments, I, nished for single person. Apply
2 bedrooms, hot, cold w at t, personally to Cuba Avenue No.
Phon Panama 3-4941. 38-29, next to Comisriat Den
FOR RENT: Beautifully fur- :
nished apartment an bedroom, FOR RENT: Furnished bedroom
I'rga porch, dining room and with porch, bath, hot water and
kitchen, bath and hot wafer For available food; for married cou-
married couplo without children. pi without children. Apply per-
Apply personally to Cuba Avenue tonally to Cuba Avenue No. 38-
No. 38-29, next to Comisariato 29, next to Comisariato Don
. Don Bosco. Bosco.
FOR RENT: 1 -bedroom apart- FOR RENT: Furnished room in
ment, completely independent. Paitilla for bachelor or childless
Jot d Fabrega Avenue No. 12 couple. Phon Panama 3-4447.
i Pasadena), from 5 p.m. to 7
WANTED
FOR RENT: Two larg rooms. Hull ..
apartment in nw building: hot ,
water, neatly finished. Avenida WANTED: House suitable tor
Jos Fco de la Otsa Automobile diplomatic mission, 4 bedrooms.
Row) in front Firestone. Ricar- 3 bathrooms in Bella Vista P O.
do A. Miro, S.A., Phone 2-3436. Box 577 Panama.
FOR RENT: Modern apartment,
wjt 2Y-43 s?Afi". Acolyte Festival

FOR RENT: Unfurnished mod modern
ern modern and beautiful two-bedroom
apartment, het 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: Apartment with
garag. 15th Street No. 13, San
Francisco. Phone 3-5205. $45.
FOR RENT: Modern 2-bedroom
apartment, sitting-dining
room. 16th Street No. 6, San
Francisco, near Roosevelt Thea Theater.
ter. Theater. FOR, RENT: furnished apert apert-ment,
ment, apert-ment, military inspected. Via Po Po-rras
rras Po-rras No. 99 Phone 3-2068.
FOR RENT: Furnished 2-bedroom
apartment. Golf Heights.
Suitable for 1 or 2 G.I. families.
Balboa 2870.
FOR RENT: Larg furnished
apartment for ana couple or two.
American neighbors. 48th Street
No. 27, Apartment No. 2.
FOR RENT: Apartment, 51st
St. No. 30. $60. Tel. 3-2097.

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An acolyte festival will he held
at Christ Church By-the-Sea, Co Colon
lon Colon at 3:30 tomorrow afternoon
as part of the observance of St.
Vincent's Day. Clergymen and a a-colyles
colyles a-colyles of the five parishes of the
Episcopal Church on the Atlantic
Side will participate in the serv service.
ice. service. The sermon for the occasion will
be preached by the Rev. Nolan
G. Akeis. The other clergy in at attendance
tendance attendance will be the Ven. Main Main-eit
eit Main-eit J. Peterson, rector of the
church, the Rev. Henry A. Blake,
the Rev. Milton A. t'bokson, the
Rev. Henry A. Blake, and the Rev.
John A. Spalding.
Tomorrow morning there will
corporate communion of the Guild
of Acolytes in the various parishes.
At Christ Church it will be during
the 9 o'clock choral Eucharist,
which will be celebrated by Arch Archdeacon
deacon Archdeacon Peterson.
Observance of Girls' Friendly
Society Week will also begin at
Christ Church tomorrow with a
corporate communion of the junior
and senior branches at 6 a.m.,
followed by a breakfast.
The schedule during the week
will include a supper on Tuesday
evening at 6 o'clock and a special
program on Thursday at 7:30 p.m.

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FOR RENT: 2-bedroom chal chalet:
et: chalet: garag, etc. 50th Street No.
50, facing "El Baturro." Tele Telephone
phone Telephone 3-3377.
FOR RENT: 2-apartmnt chal chalet,
et, chalet, doubl services. 18th Street,
Rio Abajo. Don Eastman, Parai Parai-so,
so, Parai-so, Phono 4-167.
FOR RENT: Furnished 2-btd-room
hous for 3 months from
February. 49th Street No. 1 7.
FOR RENT: 2-bedroom chalet,
living dining room, bathroom,
kitchen, maid's room. Las Cum Cum-bres,
bres, Cum-bres, Boyaca Street No. 2105.
Position Offered
WANTED: Experienced Spanish-English
stenographer, perma permanent
nent permanent position, adequate remuner remuneration.
ation. remuneration. Phone 2-3483.
Help Wanted
WANTED: Maid live in, gen general
eral general housework, 3 children, speak
English. Apply Sunday, 4-6 p.m.
or Monday. 790-D Tavernilla,
Balboa.
WANTED: A good cook, bring
references, very good salary Al Alberto
berto Alberto Navarre St. No. 26, El
Cangrcjo.
FOR RENT
Miscellaneous
FOR RENT: Spacious local,
ground. Just Arotemena Ave Avenue
nue Avenue N. 37-11. Inquire J7th
Street No. 4-23.
FOR RENT: MODERN locale,
recently built, suitable for store,
!v ffie. Facing National Stadium,
Phon 1-6168, Mr. Aleides Gar Garcia
cia Garcia Correa
These functions will be held at
Christ Church tomorrow with a
corporate communion of the junior
and senior branches at 6 a.m.,
followed by a breakfast.
The schedule during the week
will include a supper on Tuesday
evening at 6 o'clock and a special
program on Thursday at 7:30 p.m.
These funcions will be held at
Christ Church Academy.
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RETIRING PRESIDENT B. I. Everson (left) congratulates Rus Russell
sell Russell M Jones wight), incoming president, Canal Zone Council
No 801 Boy Scouts of America. Franklin Chase (center), scout
'executive,. Canal Zone Council No. 801, looks on.
SCOUT COUNCIL ELECTS Jones, upon taking the chair
OFFICIALS ; of office, emphasized the impor-
. v n -.,. n n urn t-nnr-n nf work In smutim and

Bov Scouts of America, held its; the need for all adults to re-.

elections oi omcers tn a
ina of the governing board at the only means of bringing a
AUhe Administration Building at real program of action to ah
tBalboa Heights. bl,vs-

mitten conslstlne -of R. C. Worsi A rising vote of thanks was.

lev Maior T. A. Kirby and W. expressed by all present m tri-

B. Maiiory presented uie shim.-. w .wu.. w0
V. ii jt Tai,b. ae: fttnrimncr wm-t urnirn hp nisi

naming nusseu m. Uj ...... .,b .......
council president, Federal Dis-!done as President of Canal Zone,

trlCt.-JUQge, Uulluie m. uiuw.:"-""'
vice. president, Lt. Col. Burton
K. Philips, council commissioner, GirL Scuf Council
and W. E. Calclasure, council! Adopt New Constitution
treasurer. The nominations werej T)ie new Constitution of the
accepted and officers elected by : Canal Zone Girl Scout Council was
unanimous vote. i adopted at its recent Annual
Retiring president B. I. Ever-: Meeting in the Fern Room of the
son, expressed appreciation to Tivoli Hotel. A highlight of the
all members of the council and j morning session wws the announce-

executive Duara i-ui men au"-,meni oi oeiuijaics aiiu aiwniawa

port and assistance and indi
ratpH his fnnfidence in the fu

ture progress of the council in

to summer camps. Miss Carolyn
f'nrn will attpnrl Ihp All-Stales

Encampment in Cody, Wyoming

the boys and young men of the to Highland Park, Michigan will
area. (include the Misses Beth Bailkows-

ki, Karen Coate, Kathleen Cox.)
Claudia Davis, Marguerite Engel- j

Ke, ftiartna jonnson, jean oea oea-man,
man, oea-man, Caroline Zirkman. Alternates
are the Misses Marion Howe, Mar.
tha Miller and Mary Lou Washa Washa-baugh,
baugh, Washa-baugh, The Council appreciates the ma many
ny many hours expended by the expir expired
ed expired are the Mesdames C u r t i s
Coate, W. E. Laidlaw. W. Talbert
and Victor L. Tipp. The incumb incumbent
ent incumbent officers, whose .terms expire
in January 1957 are; Mesdames
William H. Allen, Benjamin Brund Brund-age,
age, Brund-age, Sanford Coffin, A. E. Ger Ger-rans,
rans, Ger-rans, William Hornish. L. B.
Magnuson, Frank Mason III, Hugh
A. Overby, John W. Simmons,
Weslev Townsend, Maurice Trot Trot-tier,
tier, Trot-tier, James Whitmore and Rabbi
Nathan Witkin.
New officers, elected to serve
for 2 years on the Board of Dir

ectors include Miss uoromy tsncK tsncK-man
man tsncK-man and the Mesdames Charles
Bruce, Albin DiPasca, J. E. John

son, C. O. Leeser Jr, Ted Mcoann,
Miti-hpll. Paul H. V. O-

i Dntor- Popft r.inps Pprez.

Roy Perkins, H. w. tcnun. u

has always been tne poucy oi mc
--nnoi 7nn r.irl Spout Council

iho urifo nf thp r.ovprnor to

serve as International Friendship-

Juliet Low Representative, airs.
John S. Seybold has graciously;
consented to serve again in this:
capacity. I
The luncheon speaker, Mrs. Roy j
Walther, spoke informally about:
i i...i, ,;iii r.aHv Rarien-Powell:

in Canada last October. The Presi-;
dent, Mrs. Townsend, appointed,
Mrs Walther as Chairman of the,

Girl Scout Cookie bale wmcn win
be held in the Canal Zone during
Girl Scout Week, March 10 thru
17. 1956. The President also an announced
nounced announced that Mrs. W. Zirkman will
act as Registrar for the Council.
Mrs. Milton Cookson and Mrs.
A. Eckhoff will serve on the pro program
gram program Committee.
Local Council Thank Govtrnor
The Local Council of the Inter International
national International Boy Scouts of the Canal
X -i. 4(h annual meeting

Anne ai u- itm"
held in its new. shack at Rainbow

City on Sunday, uaimuus.j

sed the following resomuuu,
Be it resolved that the Local
Council of the International Boy,
Scouts of the Canal Zone assembl assembled
ed assembled for its tenth annual meeting
desires to go on record m expres-l

sing its manKs -aim
to Major General John S. Sey-
ua f!A,,rnnr nf the Canal Zone

for his interest in the movement,!

and his granting ot permission
for the Council to obtain and use
its new shack in Rainbow City. It
is further resolved that a letter
be sent to the Governor expres expressing
sing expressing the spirit of this resolution.
The International Boy Scouts, an
organization devoted to lifting the
standard of youth through scout scout-inn
inn scout-inn ho eninvpr Ihp full SUDDOrt

of the Governor, and his letter on

behalf of the unit to me interna international
tional international Bureau a few months ago
was the final factor which con contributed
tributed contributed to the acceptance of the
organization as a unit in world
scouting.

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Five members of the board of directors of the Panama Canal Compa ny arrived Wednesday on the Panama liner Panama to attend tha
quarterly meeting at Balboa Heights. The group of directors and member s of their families were greeted at shipside by Governor and Mrs. Seybold
and other directors and Panama Canal Company officials.
Those arriving by ship were Maj. Gen. and Mrs. Julian L. Schley, Mr. and Mrs. Howard C. Petersen, John W. Martyn, Mr. and Mrs. T. H.
Maenner, and Mr. and Mrs. Charles S. Reed.
Directors and others meeting the group, in addition to Governor and Mrs. Seybold, were Maj. Gen, Glen E. Edgerton, Mr, and Mr6. John
H. Blaffer, W. M. Whitman, E. C. Lombard, and Maj. and Mrs. David H. Smith.

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WORLD PREMIERE JANUARY 26th FIRST
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siege to recapture the fabulous Helen-who fled the couch of her

king with, handsome Paris of Troy and plunged the Age of Titans

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In Panama Warner Bros, choice LUX and CENTRAL Theatres to release
Jhh-wondcrtul. picture on January 26th simultaneously. Adit.

HOLLYWOOD (NEA) Close-1
ups and Longshots: In all the look-,
ing backward for the "Best of I
1955," Holly wood divorces seem to'
have been neglected. So here's a
new "Best" list the five best)
reasons in movietown's 1955 divorce!
records: i
Iiobin Raymond vs. Harry A.
Epstein: "I had to lock myself in:
my room because he threatened,
me." I
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Cathy Downs from Joe Kirk- j

wood, Jr.: "I tried golf for his 1
sake, but he just made fun of
me.'( I
Lvnn Baggett from Producer;

Sam Spiegel: "He said I made;
him nervous and he asked me to;
leave." ;

Neville Brand vs. Mrs. Jean
Brand: "She left me to fight bulls
in Mexico."
Mary Astor from Thomas G.
Wheelock: "He was always going
to work next week but he never
did."
LOIS COLLIER, who plays Kent

Taylor's girl Friday in the Boston!

Blackie telefilms, and her nuDDy, ;
Robert Oakley, called it a day and;
she will file for a divorce. .
Aldo Ray is wearing a wedding j
ring since his reconciliation with;

Jeff Donncll. First time he s1 worn
one'.'. Eddie Fisher and Debbie
Reynolds have been huddling with
Mitch Leisen about staging a

night-club act for them.
'They want to play Las Vegas
next summer during Eddie's vaca vacation
tion vacation from his TV show. j
THIS IS HOLLYWOOD, MflS.
JONES: Paramount' special ef effects
fects effects wizards filmed the parting
of the Red Sea in "The Ten Com Commandments"
mandments" Commandments" with red Jell-o 68
tons of it!
NOT IN THE SCRIPT: John
Barrymore, Jr., on side-stepping
his late father's footsteps: "When
I was 15 I saw him for the first
time in a movie. I was amazed
to notice how we had the lame
mannerisms, and I decided then
to get rid of them and be a per personality
sonality personality of my own. I think anyone
trvinir tn rash in on hit father's

name is making big mistake." J

Hollywood, the land of make make-believe,
believe, make-believe, hit been remaking so
many old movies lately you can
almost call it the land of remake1
believe.
But at least some of the remakes I
due in 1956 have a new approach i
to some old plots. The most eye-j
brow-lifting Ls MGM's planned mii-j
sical version of Eugene O'Neill's!
brooding "Anna Christie," GarboV
first talkie, with Doris Day as;
Anna warbling 16 songs. Columbia'

just completed a musical version
of "It Happened One Night" and
due for the cameras Ls "High Sco Sco-ciety,"
ciety," Sco-ciety," a filmusicai based on "The

Philadelphia btory.

BUT TALK OF Mario Lanza

starring in a musical version ofj

Uittora Udets. story ot a prize prizefighter,
fighter, prizefighter, "Golden Boy," is rather
frightening. If this mad-for-music
trend gets out of hand you may
be seeing musicals based on "The
Bride of Frankenstein," "The Des Desperate
perate Desperate Hours," and "Blackboard

Jungle." j
THE WITNET: Bob Hope broke1
the London Palladium applause1
meter denying a fend with Bing

Crosby. Said Bob: "There never
was a feud. I love Bing. I love
every bone in his corset," j

making until after the stork's July
arrival . The Farley Granger-!
Janice Rule engagement, an-
nounced a couple of weeks ago,;
has been called off. j
SELECTED SHORTS: Greer
Gareon nixed TV offers to guest
with Milton Berle, Perry Como!
and George Gobel but took a rain rain-check
check rain-check "until I'm more familiar
with the medium," . It's Glenn
Ford and Broderick Crawford in
another "adult" western "The
Fastest Gun Alii'e." Brod will be
the gunslinger . Director Roy
Rowland about the lasting power
of film stars: "A star's durability
can onlv be measured by the films
in which his part is believably

written and portrayed, siars wno
ni,Mcn mips that cadure their

true selves hold favor longer with
the fans." Susan Hayward
may try a night-club singing tour
since her warbling in "I'll Cry
Tmorrovv." j

Janet Leigh's nixing all film-

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Veterans of Foreign Wars' of the United States
Founded In 1899
Announces -National V.F.W. Week of January 22 Thru 28
. The purpose of the V.F.W. week is to bring to your attention the outstanding achievement the V.F.W. .as .as-accomplished
accomplished .as-accomplished and is doing for the Veteran and his family the help to civic leaders in every Community the
' support of Community youth programs Charity Programs Blood Banks for hospitals Civil Defense Programs
18 Federal Government Benefits V.F.W. Benefits.
- The general public is invited to attend the following program:

SUNDAY, January 22 at p.m.
MONDAY, January 23 at 7 p.m.
TUESDAY, January 24 at 7 p.m.
WEDNESDAY, January 25 at 7 p.m.
THURSDAY, January 26 at 7:30 p.m.
FRIDAY, January 27 at 7 p.m.
SATURDAY, January 28 at 8 p.m.
The Above Program Will Be
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Religious Freedom
Community Service A. Youth Welfare
Veteran Benefits
Civil Defense & Natl Security
V.F.W. Meeting (Members Only)
: Open Meeting V.F.W. Nat'l. Home
Open House Dance All Are Invited
Held At The V.F.W. Gen. Ceo. W. Goethal
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' Rus-' ean of St John's University Redmen tans in the ball for a sell, the lanky San Francisco U. cage star, who scores here
ing out in Los Angeles for their Rose Bowl game w.th UCLA the Spar too MJgan iof: SWoh j during gameth DePaul in Chicago invitational tourney..

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has a dry cleaning business and Mike is on hand to do a
bit of pressing himself. Known as the "Big Bear" in base baseball,
ball, baseball, he calls his establishment that in suburban Cleveland.

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tee, former Kansas, U. star, romps home by himself in the shows fine form as he soars in space at Bear Mountain, t
handicao mile at the 102nd Engineers Armory in New ; N. Y., during Torger Tokle ski jump. Charland, an Olym- h

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ai YIeja To Meet Slippin

Spur

Cola

Yankee Victory Would
Keep Slim Hopes Alive
By J. J. HARRISON JR..
The Spur Cola Sodamen, now only one and one one-half
half one-half games ahead of second place Chesterfield but
with a three-game bulge in the vital "loss column
play the Carta Vieja Yankees tonight at the Olym Olympic
pic Olympic Stadium at 7:30.
Last night the Smokers surged from behind to
score a 4 to 3 win over the Sodamen.

Jerry Davie (0-1) will go to
th mminrt tnr tne .Souamdl. A
KuosKi this morning gave Ron Ronald
ald Ronald Unke (0-1) his tirst start starting
ing starting assignment. ;
Althoueh apparently lading
ott of tne cnampionship pic
ture tne Yankees can prove to
be troublesome to the emokevs
and the Sodamen In the games
tnat remain Detween wiem.
Last place clubs have the
reputation of being thorns in
the side of pennant contend contenders.
ers. contenders. Tne Yankee front office re reportedly
portedly reportedly Is worried over the
team's having to stay In Pan Panama
ama Panama lor neariy a week more
than was originally planned m
u ..,snt tviov Hirt nnt tret irto

! the Caribbean Series which
starts here Feb. 10.
tn the first league

i schedule, the regular season had

i been set to ena r eo.
' many games rained out, ne
i schedule was revised ana the
new date of termination is Feb.
' 6 when Carta Vieja plays Spur
Cola in a doubleheader.
The Yankees flew here from
Miami via APA, a local airline,
and planned to return to Mia Miami
mi Miami Feb. 6 on the APA flight
listed for that date.
The next APA flight to Miami
i ciu c io iroh in wnicn

means that the team would be
here for four days aiter me sea season
son season ends.
rr.i, vnnireM Vifivfi already
,vn a tprrifi financial loss
and they figure the extra four four-day
day four-day expense would only had to

They hope leasue officials win
wqrk out a solution to the prob problem
lem problem with the cooperation of the
other clubs.
QLast night Bobby Presents
wo-run homer in the sixth
nning was the deciding fac factor
tor factor -litthe-- Smoker victory.
Earlier in the frame Elias O O-sorio
sorio O-sorio had smashed a round round-tripper
tripper round-tripper with none on to move
the winners to within one run
of tyinjr the score.
Thursday night Prescott and
Osorlo also homered in tne
Smokers' 6 to 4 rout of the Yan-

Ro. . j
Hnmhertn RObinson anowcu
ti.,mnh aoainst. fine getOaCS
Bob Trice gave up 15 safeties
while dropping his fourth deci decision.
sion. decision. The game had been o score scoreless
less scoreless duel up to the fifth wnen
Chesterfield took a 1 to 0 lead.
Eugenio Houradeau triplerl ana
came home when Manito Bern Bernard
ard Bernard dropped a Texas League sin single
gle single between second baseman
Hector Lopez. shortstop C l?.r l?.r-ence
ence l?.r-ence Moore and oenterfielder
John Glenn.
Spur Cola got their three
markers in the fifth. Pepe Oso Oso-rio
rio Oso-rio walked to lead off and was
sacrificed to second. Trice struck
out and Moore's single brought
home Pepe. A single by Herman
Charles moved Moore to second
and he scored on Glenn's bingle.
Charles reached third and G'enn
advanced to second on Danny
. i Ijiarf'tiji

I ntramuralBasIcetball

The intramural Dasneiuoij ki6i;"
at Balboa High School has enter-that stamped them as the early
ed the final stages with three of season favorites. Four of the Cel.

tn tnur Teams uea iui u"
Celtics, Knickerbockers. andLak
ers have 3' victories and 2 qc-i
feats to share the top spot, wlile
the Hoosiers are off the pace with:
a 1 and 4 record.
Monday the regular season will
finish with a doubleheader. The
Knickerbockers will be favored ov over
er over the- Lakers having already won
one game from them. In the second-
game the Celtics and the
Hoosiers will battle it out, with
the Celtics rating the edge in spite
of an earlier loss to the Hoosiers.
During the past week four gam games
es games were played in the competi competition.
tion. competition. Ray Bacot set a new high for
individual scoring with 25 points
in a game that saw his Lakers edge
out the Celtics 31 29 in the closest
game of the campaign. Jack Per Per-antie
antie Per-antie garnered 16 points for the
loosers cause. The Lakers held a
320 11 advantage at the half large largely
ly largely on the sensational shooting of
Bacot. w ...
Pnroniio anH teammate Ken Mor
ris put the Celtics back into the

running witn a Drunani uura quart quarter
er quarter in which they were instrument instrumental
al instrumental in bringing the score to 25 26
at quarter s end. The fourth stanza
was a defensive battle with the
... Celtics falling short of a victory
hv thA elimct nf marfrinfl.

r The Lakers made it a big week
' heine the onlv team to win
Vfwo games when they pasted a 45
3fi frnnnrinff nn thft Hnosiers. Ba
cot was again in rare form as he
netted 23 noints. Jim Reece of
thA Unicinl-a uacn't far hphtflrf
with .19 points to easily pace his
, team in tne aeieat. v
. The Celtics rebounded from their
earlier loss to the Lakers oy com
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-hockerS' ittv St.-irr this- game -they

Schell's bobble and Lopez got

an Intentional tins t.0 loarl the
sacks. The third tally came when
Leon Kellman worked Robinson
for a base on bails.
After the three-run sixth Rob-
by allowed one runner to reacn
base. In the seventn wren two
0uts Glenn got his third single
of the night, stole second aiid
scampered on to tnira wnen
catcher Billy Queen threw the
hull Intn renterfield in the at
tempt to nail Glenn at second.
The scoring threat ended when
Lopez grounded out short to
first.
In the lower ninth Archie
Brathwaite, hitting for Rei Rei-naldo
naldo Rei-naldo Grenald, hit a smash to
center that Billy Stewart rac raced
ed raced in for and took below his
knees with both hands for the
first out. Thome batted for
Trice and watched a third
strike Robby's eighth go by;
and Moore, after working
Humberto for the full count,
filed to center to end the game.
Hittins stars were Houradeau
and Glenn with three for four
and Hector Lopez, who had two
safeties in three tries
Maryland Moguls
Revoke License Of
Arena Snorts Club
BAT TTMORF Md.. Jan. 21"(UP
The Maryland State Athletic
tinn vesterdav revoked
the license of the Arena Sports
Club, the organization wnicn
had agreed to take over the
Friday night television fights
after New York Boxine Commis Commission
sion Commission Julius Helfand outlawed the
Managers' Guild there.
Chairman J. Marshall Boone
announced the action had
been taken upon recommenda recommendation
tion recommendation and Information supplied
br the New York State Ath Athletic
letic Athletic Commission and the
Baltimore Police Department
Helfand had charged that
promoters Benny Trotta and An An-eelo
eelo An-eelo Munafa of the Arena Sports
rinh wn "known criminals and
Commissions and the National
Boxing Association would be
notified of the action by mall.
After Helfand outlawed the
New York Gud, Tex Sullivan
and Willie Gilr.enbera. pro promoters
moters promoters at St. Nichols Arena In
New York City arranged to
have their programs transfer transferred
red transferred to Baltimore. Tbry now
face charges of consorting with
known criminals for the ac action.
tion. action. They have a hearing
scheduled for next Tuesday.
Gov. Theodore McKeldin of
Maryland ordered an investlBa investlBa-tion
tion investlBa-tion by the Maryland Commis Commission
sion Commission as to why fights unwanted
in New York were being elated
in his State. The Commission
then stopped the boxing match
es which then were rescneauiea
for St. Nicks.
DAAm fn tiav retrain? fheil fnrm
"
in this contest with Morris and
Raul Barbara making 13 points,
Perantie 12 and ."Whisper" Sorrel!
8. If this game was any indica
tion, this gang will be tough to
handle in their final game Mon Monday
day Monday with the Hoosiers. Dick Ang Ang-stadt
stadt Ang-stadt and Rene Henriquez were gal gallant
lant gallant in defeat as they posted 14
ana o points ror tne mucks.
Angstadt. and his gang were
hlila in caltraiTA cnmAthintf frrtm
the week's play when they came
tnrougn wun a ja- x win over me
hapless Hoosiers. Angstedt and
Henriquez ac:ounted for 12 and
Q tuiints hut this t.im thv ent
better scoring help from their team teammates
mates teammates as Michel Nahmad counted
for 6 and Bob Lockaby 4. Reece
with u, no ucigaao Jon ;dds
8, and Lem Kirkland with 7 gave
thA Hnosiers fine scoring nower.
and a nice 29 25 third quarter
lead, but a shakey fourth cost
them the ball game.
Box score for Celtics vs Lakers
game:
Celtics
.Tack Perantie
FF FG FT TP
Ken Morris ......
Hal Sorrel
Jim Watson ....
Joe Galloway .
Raul Barbara
Abel Lagassle ...0
M. Fallenbaum 0
Lakers
Ray Bacot .3
Jim Selby ...,,.,.1
Jim Benson .....0
Luis Reyes ....... 0
Gerardo Cosca ...0
Al Estradaburg ..0
Tony Womble ....0
Milt P"flllg'"'?i-.,.ll

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0 10 2
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0 12 4 jM'

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0 9
12 1 .25
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Daytonjemple
In Top Cage
Gomes Tonight
By TIM MORIARTY
NEW YORK, Jan. 21 (UP)
rmvtnn nH Temnle. two inde

pendent teams with tournament
aspirations, nope to mane nay
while the moon shines tonight
along the college basketball
front.
Both are unbeaten thus far
thi. srasnn and boast a rapid
ly-growing list of supporters
who reel eitner team wouiq oe
a match for the top-ranked San
Francisco uons. now in ire
midst of a two-week "vacation"
for mid-vear examinations.
Second-ranked Davton goes
after its 14th straight of the
camnaign against tough Lit Little
tle Little Xavier on its home court.
Xavier has a 9-3 won and lost
record this season, numbering
anion; its victims such peren perennial
nial perennial toughies at St. Bon a a-venture,
venture, a-venture, Ni ara, Georgia
Tech and Villanova.
Temple, unbeaten in 10 games
this season and ranked ninth
In the nation, should have lit little
tle little trouble aeainst Lehh in
the feature eame of a double double-header
header double-header at PhiladelDhia. LaFalle
entertains Seton Hall on the
same bill.
Third-ranked North Carolina
te. unset bv North Carolina
earlier this week, hopes to re re-bwnd
bwnd re-bwnd eaisnt. William M"v
while Kentucky (No. 5 visit i
Tennessee, Vanderb'lt (No. 6M
entertains reorria Tech. and!
Louisville "vTo. 10) hosts Eist Eist-ern
ern Eist-ern Kentuckv.
Illinois. Duke and Southern j
Method'st the otrr memoers
of tp ton 10 ire IHle.
Unbeaten St. Francis of
HropHvn s fav"""' tn msVe
St. John Us lUh straiht
victim, while otbr miior
rames r Cftnisi'is-Niif ra.
Ai'",rn-Geor"'''. Pte-Tavior,
OkHhom dtv-B r I ifh am
Vntmr. Yale-Columbia. twa twa-iwichlgan.
iwichlgan. twa-iwichlgan. Minnesotx-Mlfhifan
Male, Ohio $tte-T n r d e.
THah Stote-Montuna, and
SUnfnrd-Orernn Stute.
Tn last nieht.V maior "aw..
Holv Cro nosted its 13th vic victory
tory victory in 15 starts hv n-alloninir
mrfpon TntmHflnal. 8d-7S:
Utah bought off Oklahoma Citv.
Iowa state downed uraice,
SI -SO: and Ofeon State upset
Stnford. 69-59.
Flsewhere. Don Finn's 26
noints carried St. Peters to an
Sl-fiR vlr.torv over Kin Point,
Washinerton whipned Washing
ton State. 82.427 and Oregon de defeated
feated defeated Idaho, 84-76.
Closing In!
Chesterfield-
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0 2 4 0
0 2 2 0
12 7 1
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Schell, If ...
Stewart, cf ..
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E. Osorlo, lb
Parris, 3b ....
Prescott, rf ..
Houradeau, ss
Robinson, p ..
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Moore, ss
Charles, 3b
Glenn, cf 4
Lopez, 2b 3
1 1 7
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6
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Kellman, c
Gordon, lb .4
P. Osorio, rf
flrenald. If 2
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Trice, p .........
G. Thorne 1
32 3 8 27 18
Gerry Thorne fanned for Trice
In 9th.
Score by Innings
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S Cola ...000 030 uud a
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Summary
RBI's: Bernard, Moore; Glenn,
Kellman, usono, ""
DeapnAtf V
Earned runs: unesuerncm t,
Spur Cola 3. Left on bases: Spur
n ihactArfisiri 3. Left on
bases; Spur Cola 7, Chesterfield
10 Home runs: e. uso, fi fi-cott.
cott. fi-cott. Three base hits: Houra
deau. Two base hits: E. usonp,
Stewart (2), Houradeau., Sacri
fice hits: Grenaia. Bioienoanca.
nim cfnipir nut- Bv Robinson
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8. Base on balls: Off Trice 4; off
Robinson 4. Errors: cnesiemuij
2. (Schell. Queen). Losing pitch
er: Trice (3-4). Winning yiii yiii-er:
er: yiii-er: Robinson (5-4). Double Double-plays:
plays: Double-plays: Charles, Lopez, Gordon
(2). Houradeau, Bernard, K. O-
sorlo; Lope:s, Gordon; Moore.
Lopez, tioraon n. r uhifc.
Thornton, Minos, ofj""-
of game: 2:30.
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DISEASE
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ECUADORIAN SOCCER CHAMPS The Panama Sporting Club, Ecuador's champion soccer
team, was scheduled to arrive at Cristobal today Jrom Guayaquil aboard the S.S. Montego.
The visitors will play three matches at the Olympic Stadium against local elevens. They make
their debut tomorrow night at 8 when they engage Bizkaina. The Ecuadorean te,am lost one one-nil
nil one-nil to a Panama all-star team here five years ago on their only previous trip to the Isthmus,
Thursday night they play Fastlich and Dec. 29 they tangle with Isthmian champions Martei.
Prices for the matches are box seats $1, general admission 50 cents and children and football
players with identification 25 cents. Newspapermen will be admitted free.

Lucky Strike
To Increase

PACIFIC TWILIGHT LEAGUE
STANDINGS
Team W
Lucky Strike ....4
American Legion 3
Junior College 1
Balboa High 1
Turner Gains
Split Decision
Over La Bua
SYRACUSE, N.Y., Jan. 21 -(UP)
Middleweight Gil Turner
of Philadelphia, bewildered by
two "disagreement" decisions
over Jack La Bua, was addi additionally.
tionally. additionally. Duzzled today as to
mhpro and when he will have

his postponed "rubber" match cretary-treasurer, Cleveland Mei Mei-with
with Mei-with Gene Fullmer. jkle, commissioner-business man-
Turner, who won a split ver- ager and Herbert Moise, official
diet over handsome, blondish1 scorer-public relations.
La Bua of East Meadow. N.Y..I .
last nisht in War Memorial Follovang their informal m m-Auditorlum.
Auditorlum. m-Auditorlum. became the center jstallation, the men moved right
of a mild tugging match today, into the plans for the coming sea sea-between
between sea-between promotor Norman sin. Judging from the ideas pre pre-Rothschild
Rothschild pre-Rothschild of Syracuse and the;sentcd in this first meeting it
International Boxing Club. was evident thai the officers were
Turner is under contract for planning to make this the season
a "rubber match" with Fullmer of all seasons.
of West Jordan, Utah, by both The. history if th.s league runs
Rothschild and matchmaker back into 1953 when Rainbow City
Billy Brown of the I.B.C. had failed to sponsor ag"c4Unr;
..-1.1 !j tj-i, irhr ih 1951 and 1952. une current

is no real breach between me
and the I.B.C., I have a prior
contract for Fullmer to fight
here in Syracuse before he
fights any place else, and if Tur Turner
ner Turner wants to meet Fullmer in ft
rubber match. I guess this is
where It will have to be."
Rothschild denied that he was
trying to break awav from the
I.B.C as did Sam Silverman of
Boston and Rocky Marciano's
manager, Al Weill.
Turner. 25, weighed 156 pounds
to La Bua's 158 last night as
he won the split verdict over
23-vear-old Jackie.
Turner forced the fighting
throughout and gashed Jackie's
rifh't brow for a five-stitch re repair
pair repair Job in the fourth round.
Panama Riding
School To Hold
The Panama Riding School
Is scheduled to held a nreli nreli-minarv
minarv nreli-minarv riding show and jump jumping
ing jumping exhibition tomorrow at 4
n.m. in Old Panama.
There will be Intra-club
competition among the participants.

Editor; CONRADO SARCEANT

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Twi-Loop Lead

Thursday's Result
Lucky Strike 9, Balboa High
Next Week's Schedule
1 Monday
2 Ameiican Legion
3 Wednesday
3 Balboa High vs.
vs. Jr. College
Lucky Strike
Gold Dust
By Herbert Moise
RAINBOW CITY AND ITS M
JOR SOFTBALL LEAGUE OF OFFICERS
FICERS OFFICERS REELECTED
Five officers have been reelec reelected
ted reelected to tjie governing, board .of the
Rainbow City Major Softball
League as a preparatory step to
this community's 1956 softball sea season.
son. season. The men reelected for their
fourth term are Joscelyn Evcr-
mg president, Jeuerson josepn,
vice-Dresident. Astor Lewis, se-
board was formed to operate a
league for the community, but or organization
ganization organization and promotion was such
that this league became of maior
interest Isthmianwise, thus, the
major in the present name of the
loop. Formed and opera ica wun-
out funds, tne oDiaimug ui
phies, medals, and other incidental
expenses became a liability to the
members. Undaunted by their ra
the-red first year operation, the
board went into next year aim
formed a league that zoomed into
popularity not only on the Isth Isthmus
mus Isthmus but in three foreign countrres
that offered invitations for a re representative
presentative representative team of the RBCM RBCM-SL
SL RBCM-SL to play in tournaments.
The third year iounu me ;Sus
inactive because of the early rain
season.
This year, the board with, the
necessary experience, will en endeavor
deavor endeavor to make this 1956 season
the biggest for Rainbow City. Man Man-y
y Man-y plans are too immature for pub-
Hratinn. at this time, but Should
thv materialize. Rainbow City
will have another high calibre
major league.- ---
Invitations are hereby extended
to anv interested outfit, military
or otherwise, who may wish to
seek franchise in this organization
tn write tn the Rainbow City
Msinr Snfthall League, Box 2536
or 563, Cristobal, Canal Zone.
Optn Nihtly from
1:00 a.m.
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Friday Friday-Balboa
Balboa Friday-Balboa High vs. Jr. College
Lucky Strike continued on
their march to the first half
pennant Thursday night with' a
9 to 8 win over Balboa High in
a see-saw battle at Balboa Sta Stadium.
dium. Stadium. Lucky Strike got off to a two
run lead In the third only to
hsvp the Hiffh Rrhnnl nush a-

rross n run In thfiir half of thelslx and at no time Was his 8-0

Inning. In the fifth the school-!
boys got to Lucky starter Lou;
Charles lor five runs on five
hits and three walks with Ed
Scott's three base knock the big
blow of the inning.
Lucky Strike promptly tied it
up in the sixth scoring four runs
off of Lefty Bob Hamilton as
they sent 11 men to the plate
and banged out 6 hits after the
first two batters had been re retired.
tired. retired. Hamilton would have got
out of the inning except for an
outfielder's muff of a fly 'bail
that would have been the third
out of the inning. Danny Wink Wink-losky
losky Wink-losky put the High School a a-head
head a-head in the sixth banging out
a double to score two team teammates.
mates. teammates. Lucky Strike came back fight fighting
ing fighting in the top of the seventh
and with two away pushed a-
cross three runs to win the
game. Jerry Halman's hot
grounder down third scored the
tying run and Halman stole sec second
ond second and came all the way home
as Fearon's throw to pick him
off at third on a steal went in into
to into left field. Ed Kirchmier, the
third High School hurler, pitch
ed to only two batters in the
seventh and was charged with
his second pitching loss.
Lem Kirkland who relieved

Charles in the sixth was the!''" -R,5. eacn had a

winning
pitcher and preserved
the Lucky Strikers win by set setting
ting setting down the side in order in
the bottom of the seventh
Jerry Halman led the winners
attack at the plate witn three
singles in four trips and John Johnny
ny Johnny Magee led his team at the
plate with two for three.
Sunday is an open date in
the Twiloop schedule with the
last week of play in the first
half to get underway Monday
night When the American Le Legion
gion Legion meets Junior College.
Tne box score
L. Strike
AB
HPO
Halman, c
.......4
.4
4
..4
3 8
Jonesr cf
Ridge, rf
Hearne, lb
Sullivan, 2b
4
Herbert, 3b .......3 0
Frankhouser, If ..4 1
Curdts, If 0 0
Kosik, ss ...3 1
Charles, p 2 1
L. Kirkland, p ...1 1
High School School-Cicero,
Cicero, School-Cicero, cf ...
Scott, 3b . .
..2
,.4
..3
..3
..4
..2
..2
,.4
..3
..1
..0
Magee, If
Reves, lb ....
Hotz, rf ......
Sutherland, 2b
Winklosky, ss
Fearon, c .
Hamilton, p ..
G. Kirkland, p
Kirchmier, p
Score by Innings
L. Strike ....002 004 39 11
H. School . .001 052 08 9
Winning pitcher: L. Kirkland
(1-0), Losing pitcher: Kirchmier
(0-2). Struck out by Charles 3,
Hamilton 7, G. Kirkland 1. Bases
on balls: Charles 9, Hamilton 4,
G. Kirkland 1. Pitching records:
Hamilton 6 runs, 10 hits in 5
2-3 innings; G. Kirkland 2 runs,
0 hit in 1 Inning; Charles 8 hits.
7 runs in 5 innings; L. Kirkland
1 hit, 1 run in 2 innings. Two
base hits: Fearon, Winklosky,
Frankhouser. Three base hits:
Scott. .Stolen bases: Cicero, Her Herbert,
bert, Herbert, Halman 4, Jones 2; Hearne.
Left on bases: Lucky Strike 8,
High School 9. Umpires: Cor Cor-rigan
rigan Cor-rigan and Rager. Scorer: Mead.
Time of game: 2:230. y

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PANAMA PRO LEACUE
Teams Won Lost Pet. GB
Spur Cola 13 9 .591
Chesterlicld 13 12 .520 V2
Carta Vieja 9 14 .391 4'2
LAST MGIIT'S RESULT (Olympic Stadium)
Chesterfield 4, Spur Cola 3
TONIGHT'S GAME (Olympic Stadium)
Spur Cola (Davie 0-1) vs. Carta Vieja (Unke 0-1)
Game Time: 7:30

Noel Gibson Hurls Powells
To Three-Hit 8-0 Shutout
Over Navy For Season s 1st

STANDINGS
W L
2 1
1 1
0 1
Pet.
.666
.500
.000
Navy
Powells
C.H.S.
Monday night (exhibition game)
Army vs. C.H.S.
Next scheduled game,
Thursday,' Jan. 26
C.H.S. vs. Navy
Noel Gibson, Powells' work workhorse
horse workhorse pitcher and manager, was
in top form Thursday night and
exacted vengeance on the Navy
nine for the 6 to 5 extra-lnn;ng
loss on opening night. Facing
only 23 batters for the 7 inning
contest, Gibson allowed only-
three scattered hits, struck out
shutout victory ever in danger
of being marred.
Only three Navy batters' were
able to hit to the outfield, all
three beine hits, one double and
a pair of singles, while the only
Tar that was able to reach sec second
ond second base, Bornstein, who dou doubled
bled doubled with:, two out in the .. sec
ond, was caught in a neat pick
off play.
While the league-leaders were
havincr their lead shaved to
game, bowing 8 to 0, the Powells
bats were ringing out a tune of
8 hits aeainst a pair of Navy
pitchers. Cofer, making his first
start for the Navy was tough in
the first two innings, but could
not survive the third when Pow
ells nounded out three hits
paced by Louis Hooper's two
base blast into left field, and
scored four times, Heffeforge
took over in the third with on
lv one down and bases loaded
and. after surrending a single
to Vince Ridge, retired the side
without further damage.
Heffleforge was nicked for
hits and charged with three runs
as he finished tne game tor me
losers. Louis Hooper had a per
feet night at the plate with. 2
for 2 and scored three runs. Noel
aM nH Viln nnrn 3 11C
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pair of safeties for their night's
work.
A fine display of "hcads-up'
base-running was displayed
twice by Powells' second-baseman
Arnold Manning. Both in
the first and third Innings Man Manning
ning Manning led off with a walk.
On each ocasion Bucky Hall,
following batter, laid down a
perfect bunt, and before Hall
could be tossed out at first Man Manning
ning Manning had raced all the way to
third on the sacrifice. These
two players were the hlghlightsi
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of an evening full of good base base-ball
ball base-ball with only 3 Navy errors be being
ing being committed. This was in con contrast
trast contrast to previous games played
and should be a good aign of
things to come for the rest of
the season.

TWO EXHIBITION CONTESTS
NEXT WEEK
The Army Atlantic nine will
move into Mt. Hope Stadium,
Monday and Tuesday nights for
a pair of exhibition eames a.
I gainst Cristobal High School
and wavy respectively. The next
Atlantic Twilight League game
will not be played until Thurs Thursday,
day, Thursday, Jan. 26th, when Navy at attempts
tempts attempts to boost their lead to
one full game in a battle against
C.H.S.

The box scorer
Powells AB R HPO A E
Manning, 2b ..2 1 0 3 0 0
Hall, lb .......2 0 1 7 0 0
Swearlngen, c .4 1 1 8 2 o
Hooper, If .....2 3 2: 8 0 0
Glbsoii,.p .....4 2 2 0 v2 0
Dedeaux, ss ...3 1 0 13 0
Ridge, 3b .....3 0 2 2 2 0
Rinehart, cf ...1 0 0 0 0 0
G. Smith, cf ..2 0 0 0 0 0
Highley, rf ...3 0 0 0 0 0
26 8 8 21 9 0
Nary
Zaletel, cf ....3 0 0 1 1 o
Schwte, 3b 2 0 0 .1 1 0
Rhodes ........1 0 1 0 0 0
Swan ......,,,.0 0 0 0 0 0
Borget, rf ..... 1 0 0 0 0 0
Grasse, rf. .....2 0 0 2 0 0
Sobkowlak, ss .3 0 0 3 8 1
Rock, lb ......3 0 0 10 0 0
Bornstein, c ...2 0 1 4 1 0
Fehlberg. 2b ...1 0 0 0 2 1
Hlldebrandt ...2 0 0 0 0 1
Coffer, p 0 0 0 0 3 0
Heffeforge, p .2 0 1 0 0 0
22 0 3 21 18 3

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SI G N S AGREEMENT At
Dearborn, Mich., Ford Motor
Co. president Henry Ford JI
pens his name to the under underwriting
writing underwriting agreement between
the Ford Foundation and the
group of underwriters that
will handle the sale of Ford
stock to the public.

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SIGN UP FOR FORD STOCK John Weyble (center), of F.P.
Rlstine and Co. signs a contract to underwrite Ford Motor
Co. stock as other brpkers await their turn to sign In New
York. The 10,200,000 shares have been underwritten by 722 In Investment
vestment Investment banking firms at a price of $64.50 per share.

WestG erm any Economy Moss
Wants Arms Stock Exchange

BONN, Germany, Jan. 21. j
(UP) The man who bossed West
Germany's booming economy cal
led today for creation ot a Europe European
an European "arms stock exchange" to cen centralize
tralize centralize the arms orders of all
members of the western alliance.
"The federal German republic
will press hard for establishment
of a "European 'arms stock ex exchange,"',
change,"', exchange,"', Economics Minister
Ludwing Erhard said.
"Military arms orders could be
given on this 'arms exhange' on
the principle of the best offer gets
the order," Erhard added. "I hope
such an exchange might be set
up this year."
Chancellor Konrad Adenauer's
rotund, cigar-smoking economics
minister is one of the main forces
behind West Germany's dynamic
drive to rearm swiftly as an ally
of the free West. Many think he
might succeed Adenauer if the

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USWarilyWatchesRed 5-Year
Plan For Trojan Horse Tactics

WASHINGTON, Jan. 21 '(UP)
The Eisenhower Administration to today
day today warily watched Russia's oew
five-year plan for signs some of
the increased production will go
80-year-old chancellor should step
down.
Erhard, who first broached the
idea of an arms "stock exchange"
at a NATO meeting in Paris last
spring, conceded that some other
European nations were less en enthusiastic
thusiastic enthusiastic about it than the Bonn
government.
"That does not not mean, how however,
ever, however, that we shall give up this
idea or abandon a policy of liberal
distribution of orders," Erhard
declared.
"We want to take part in such
an exchange not merely as buy buyers.
ers. buyers. We also want to sell arms
products to other countries, and
there are many branches in which
we are very well qualifeid to do
so. In any event, Germany has no
no intention of continuing produc producing
ing producing exclusively for civil consup consup-tion
tion consup-tion and letting other countries
work for us in the arms field."
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for trojan horse operations in un:
derdeveloped countries
The Russians already are begin beginning
ning beginning to compete in world markets
with "loss leader" items. The new
production would enable them
greatly to increase the competi competition.
tion. competition. Official! tear i flood of low
cost Soviet goods moitly eldtr
machinery and weapons will
be used to undermine under underdeveloped
developed underdeveloped natiom.
The Soviet five-year plan aims
at higher production of steeL coal,
oil and other commoditiesHhan
even the late Premier Joseph Sta Stalin
lin Stalin dreamed of ten years ago.
Stalin said In 1946 Soviet steel
production, for example, should be
60,000,000 tons by 1960. Moscow's
new leaders have set a 1960 goal
for steel production at 68,300,000
tons. They have topped Stalin's
estimates all across the industrial
board.
The Russian man-in-thi-street
appears to be getting the short
end of Red resources. He'll get
a little more food, clothing end
housing than before. But his in increased
creased increased share is far behind the
huge resources to be poured
into industrial production during
the next five years.
For example, an analysis of the
Soviet five-year plan shows that
one out of every 55 Russians has
a radio or television set. This will
Little League
Boys 6, Girls 4
Ten births were reported at Co
co Solo Hospital during the week
which ended at midnight Wednes
day, Jan. 18. During this same
period, 84 patients were admitted
to the hospital and 89 discharged.
Babies were born to the follow
ing United States parents: Sgt.
and Mrs. Vaughn Belton, of Pilon,
son CTA and Mrs, Paul Melling Melling-er,
er, Melling-er, Oi Coco Solo, son HM-2 and
Mrs. Robert McGlOwn, of Coco
Solito, son AK-1 and Mrs. Edward
A. Juskwski, of Coco Solito, son
and QM-2 and Mrs. James Hopkins.
of Coco Solito, son,
Children born to Panamanian
parents were: Mr. and Mrs. Vin Vincent
cent Vincent Lowe,, of Rainbow City, daugh daughter
ter daughter Mr. and Mrs. O. W. Haynes,
of Colon, daughter, Mr. and
Mrs. Francois A. Burac, of Colon,
daughter Mr. and Mrs. Walter
Kellman, of Colon, daughter, and
Mr. and Mrs. Augustus St. John,
of Colon, son.
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go up only slightly during the next
five years. The same goes for au automobiles
tomobiles automobiles where the ratio is one
to every 4,400 Soviets compared
with one car for every 20 Ameri Americans.
cans. Americans. The Russian industrial Increas-
Harry A. Comley
Dies In Gorgas
Afler Heart Attack
Harry A. Comley, well known
retired employe of the Panama
Canal, died this morning in Gor Gorgas
gas Gorgas Hospital. He was 65 years of
age. Mr. Comley was admitted to
tne hospital Thursday alter sut-
lei ing a severe heart attack

Mr Cnmlev. who was born ini'""1.01 '"1S momn- wne & were

Buck Mountain, Pa., had been liv
ing in Arlinfjlon, with Mrs. Com Comley,
ley, Comley, but the couple returned here
in mid December to visit their
children. He came to the Isthmus
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in XJLJ anu leuitu in juij, ""'i
after 39 years oi service.
Most oi Mr. i,omieys service
was in property accounting, al
though he worked briefly in Gatun
anu ?i me xerminais uemer w
Balboa for the Panama Railroad
In 1937 he was made assistant
chief of the Property and Requisi
tion Bureau. He became survey
ing officer for the bureau in 1942.
Active in Masonry, Mr. Comley
was recorder for the Abou Saad
Temple and attended a number of
conventions as the representative
of that organization.
In addition to his wife, Mr. Com Comley
ley Comley is survived by three daughters,
Mr. Bernard Forgerson of Cocoli,
Mrs. George Dilfer of Las Cum Cum-bres
bres Cum-bres and Mrs. Jessie Lacklen. He
also had four grandchildren.
Funeral services will be an announced
nounced announced later.
Frost Damages
El Salvador's
Coffee Crop
SAN SALVADOR, Jan. 21 fUP)
Frost was reported today to have
caused serious damage to El Sal Salvador's
vador's Salvador's coffee crop, currently be being
ing being harvested. A spokesman esti estimated
mated estimated that between 20 and 25 per
cent of the crop in the higher
mountain slopes had been affect
ed.
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FIVE CENTS
es come at a time when the Ad Administration
ministration Administration already is seeking a
limited long-term foreign aid pro program
gram program to counter the Soviet eco economic
nomic economic cold war threat. The pro program
gram program has hit strong opposition in
Congress.
In pushing its program, the
Administration has called the new
Soviet threat more dangerous in
some ways than Hitler's tactics
of the early 1930's. Now the Reds
are doing that plus opening a
large-scale overseas economic
drive.
Five Hew Employes
Added To PC Rolls
Five new employes were ad added
ded added to the permanent rolls of the
Canal organization during the first
employed on a temporary basis
Most of the latter are for work on
the Gatun Locks overhaul.
iwo oi me permanent employes
' .-oiij. i uc vin
: mnre A. Jones nf A
chamc apprentice in the Mainten
ance Division, and Jan Mirrnn a
criotenoer gauger and foreman in
1 the Terminals Division. Both had
j been previously employed by the
ianai.
The three emnlovcs hired in the
States, their jobs and places of
oirin are:
Archie B. Carroll, Jr., of Sail
Lake City, Utah, optical technican
in the Commissary Division in An An-con
con An-con Patricia A. Lee, of Oak Park,
111., nurse at Gorgas Hospital
and Joffre R. Sauvageau. of Sal
em, Mass., anethetist at Gorgas
nospuai. sauvageau is a former
Canal employe.
Bodies Of Unknown
American Soldiers
Sail To Final Rest
YOROSUKA, Japan. Jan. 21
(UF)-The U. S. Cruiser Man
Chester sailed for Honolulv ves
terday with 50 unknown American
soldiers killed in the Korean War.
They were the first of 852 un
identified American soldiers to be
taken to the National Memorial
Cemetery of the Pacific in Hono
lulu for final burial.
The four military services of the
United States paid tribute to the
men in a 45-minute dockside cere ceremony
mony ceremony before the sailing.
United Nations and Far Bast
Cpmmander Gen. Lyman L. Lem Lem-nitzer
nitzer Lem-nitzer noted the U.N. forces in
Korea had suffered 1,400,000 casu casualties.
alties. casualties. There were' 30,918 Ameri Americans
cans Americans missing or dead.
"Yet, by the terrible price in
and equipment they exacted from
their Communist enemies, these
men have given a blunt warning
that free men will always fight
and, if necessary, die to preserve
their freedom," he said.
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painting of their Gettysburg farm which was presented to them by Vice President Richard
Nixon, on behalf of the Cabinet, in a surprise ceremony at the White House. Behind the Presi President
dent President is Secretary of the Treasury George Humphrey and at right Is Secretary of State John
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taypayers who is a little uncertain
as to just what form to use in fil
ing your 1955 tax return, you will
find this second article of the
NEA Income Tax Primer well
worth saving.
It not only gives you helpful
tips on how to decide which re
turn form to lisp hill it a so M-
plains the special tax computa-
,uon avauaoie iu surviving wiu-
Ur hnn.hnlrt
This year, as in the past,
there are three types of returns
available.
First, there is the wage earner's
return, Form 1040A, printed on a
check-sited card that can be run
through a machine computer. It
is the easiest form to fill out be because
cause because the tax is computed by the
District Director's off i c e. How However,
ever, However, only certain taxpayers can
use this form and it does not al always
ways always result in the lowest tax.
Form 1040 has been changed
somewhat this year, but still has
a short-form version, consisting of
the first two pages of the return,
and the long-form version, con consisting
sisting consisting of all four pages. It is still
important to determine whether
you should itemize your personal
deductions, such as contributions,
taxes and interest or whether you
should take the so-called stand standard
ard standard deduction of about 10 per
cent of income instead.
Before you can decide this
you most know:
1. What income you have to to-entitled
entitled to-entitled to.
2. What deductions you ire.
entitled to
.I.StVhat credits you can claim.
Subsequent articles J NEA's
Income Tax Primer will help you
determine your inccme, deduc deductions
tions deductions and credits and then give
you detailed help in choosing the
best form for your use.
Right now, however, let's
consider whether you can and
the head of a household.
Any taxpayer who was mar
ried on Dec. 31, 1955, can file a
joint return with his spouse. In
nine cases out of ten it is ad ad-vantegeous
vantegeous ad-vantegeous for married persons
to file joint returns because this
is the only way then can split
their combined income in half
before applying the tax rate,
In rate situations, where DOin
spouses have substantial incomes
and one has large capuai losses
or medical expenses, separate re-
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joint return. The best wav
tell in such a case is to comnute
your tax both ways and then use
tne cneaper method.
If your husband or wife died'
during 1955, you are considered
married for the entire year and
may file a joint return orovided.
of course, that you report both
your income and the income of
your deceased spouse.
Any widow or widower
whose spouse died in 1953 or.
1954 can also compute the tax.
for 1955 as if he or she were
filing a joint return provided:
1. He or she has not remar remarried
ried remarried before Jan. 1, 195$.
2. He or she supports a child
or step-child in his or her home,
'and
3. He or she was entitled to
file a joint return in the year
of the spouse's death.
This tax break is designed to
help the surviving spouse in the
difficult early years following the
death of the husband or wife. It
cannot be claimed on Form 1040 A
so do not use this tax benefit.
So far we have discussed how
married persons or "surviving
spouses" ile the returns. Un Unmarried
married Unmarried persons must file sepa separate
rate separate returns but if an unmarried
person can qualify as the "head
of a household," he can use a
special tax table that gives him
about half the tax break given
to those who file joint returns.
To determine whether you quali qualify
fy qualify as the head of household, answer
the following questions and "then
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1. Did you furnish more than
halt the cost of maintaining the
home j where you live in 1955?
Yes ... .No ... ...(Note: In Include
clude Include in the cost, property taxes,
mnrtoagp interest, rent, utility
charges, upkeep and repair, prop-
erty insurance and tooa consumea
there. Do not count clothing, educ education,
ation, education, medical expenses, vacations,
life Insurance and transposition.)
2. Did you have living with you
in the home any relative de described
scribed described in (a) or (b) below?
Yes ... No ... ... ...
(A) Your child (natural or ad adopted),
opted), adopted), grandchild, or a step stepchild.
child. stepchild. (Note: If such a child is
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b) Any other relative who is
your daptndtnr. (Note: Do not
count an unrelated persons liv living
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be your depenent. Also do not
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3 Did the relative described
In 2 (a) or 2 (b) above live with
you durlna 1?5$ or up to th dito
of his or hpr death except for
temporary absences? Yes .....
No ... ... (Note: A relative at
college is considered temporarily
absent from your heme H he lives
with you during vacations.)
4. Did you furnish more .than
half the cost of any home in
which either your dependent moth moth-er
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Yes No
4. Did you furnish mora than
any time during 1955? Yes
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You qualify as the head of
household if you answered 4
"yes" and 5 "no," regardless of
what your answers to the first 3
questions were. If you answered
4 "no," then you qualify as the
head of household only if your
answer to the first 3 questions are
"yes."-
You cannot get the benefit of
the reduced "head of household"
tax rate if you file on Form
I1040A. Do not us. this form If
vou qualify at a htad of houn houn-hold.
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