The Panama American

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

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

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Reinstated Drivers
Jubilant But Vets
Cry 'Despotism
Eight U. S. truck drivers who were restored to their
old rate of pay yesterday after having being notified their
jobs were downgraded to local-rate positions, were jubilant
today.
But at least one of the veterans' organizations in in-volved
volved in-volved in pressing for favorable action, today expressed its

discontent, and said it would
the rights of all Americans
George Black, Department
Commander ol the American
Legion, which worked to rescind
the original action, said today
that although he was delight delighted
ed delighted that the truck drivers would
not have to suffer, he still felt
there was "something wronj
clscwhcrB.
"We feel that the Governor
has too much authority, in the
nature of a benevolent despot.
We don't Intend to stand by
and let him dictate policy
contrary to the laws of our
land."
Black added that his organi
sation firmlv believes the Gov
emor has violated many laws
pertaining to veteran rights,
and said the Legion would con
tinue their fieht by planning a
legislative nroeram to present
at their next convention. This
will be aimed at protecting the
rights of all Americans working
down here.
Several of the drivers affect affected
ed affected felt that the move came be because
cause because there was a "ereat deal of
pressure broueht to bear In
Washington" by .veterans groups
fighting for : their reinstate reinstatement
ment reinstatement However, the reversal on
the part of the Governor yes yesterday
terday yesterday was termed by an offi official
cial official spokesman today as "pure "purely
ly "purely a Cana 1 administrative ac action."
tion." action."

-i'iUFiErefs Reacted

Suilcr Extends
Tcjr In Brussels
LONDON, Jan. 27 (UP) RAF
Group Capt. Peter Townsend,
whose widely reported romance
with Princess Margaret ended
abruDtly last year, will remain
in Belgium another six months
at his own request, it wa3 dis disclosed
closed disclosed today.
Official sources said Town Town-send
send Town-send was given a six month
extension in his post as air at attache
tache attache at the British Embassy In
Brussels." although his normal
tour of duty was due to end
1 Feb. 15. -- - -: .-
There was Immediate specu speculation
lation speculation here that the move was
designed to spare him a return
to Londoi so soon after his
breakup with Princess Margaret.--
:- -i
Townsend has been able to
preserve a semblance of privacy
In Brussels after the publicity
of his last London visit when
the Princess announced she had
no intention of marrying him.
Margaret has been carrying
on her usual life. After a peri period
od period of quiet that lasted barely a
month, she plunged back Into
the social swim.
Canal Company's
Finance Chisf
Here On Visit
Petr De Stefano. chief of the
Finance Department in the New
. York office of the Panama, Ca Canal
nal Canal Co., is presently visiting on
the Isthmus. His visit Is for
the purpose of conferring with
the Panama Canal comptroller
on financial matters relating to
the Company's operations In
the States.
De Stefano, accompanied by
his wife, arrived on the Pan Panama
ama Panama Line ship this week. They
plan to stay during the coming
week, sailing on the Panama
Line vessel leaving Feb. 4. They
will stop for a few days In Haiti
where De Stefano will consult
with officials of the Panama
Line Office in Port-au-Prince.
He has visited the Isthmus on
previous occasions and has
many friends here.
New Cosing
Hours For;
Cmmn Stores
Retail businessmen of the ilty
of Colon have agreed to close
their business establishments at
7 p.m. Monday through Friday
an at 9 p.m. Saturdays.
The decision was arrived at
during a wPtinr held last Mon-

keep on fighting to protect

working on the Zone.
The drivers' old rates of pay.
$2.42 an hour, were to have been
slashed to $1.31 per hour.
Yesterday the men received
word that their original rate of
pay would be frozen at $2.42 an
hour, but according to the an
nouncement, the jobs would be
abolished "In the event of a
transfer to another position In
the Canal organization."
All of the men who were con contacted
tacted contacted today were rejoicing over
what they termed a "moral vic victory."
tory." victory." "Sure I feel pretty good about
itl What a relief to know I can
still make a living," said one.
The elated reaction of anoth-
er was "I feel wonderful.

woman i vou. arter navinff voun'1 w eamuuoncu

job threatened like that." He
said he had put in 23 years Serv Service
ice Service with the Canal. ;
AH of the men are veterans
and a few have had as much
as 28 years service.
The drivers filed suit in De December,
cember, December, 1952, asking for a tem temporary
porary temporary halt to the mass replace replacement
ment replacement of U. S. truck drivers by
iocai raters. Later tney were
supported by the Federal Em Employes'
ployes' Employes' Veterans Association
the American Legion and the
Veterans of Foreign Wars who
Joined In fighting the Canal
Company's action.
Last December, the Civil Serv
ice commission. reversed
ammlsslon'.. reversed the
of its Appeals Examining
ruling or it
omce and upheld the cornea.
ny s proposed action.
The local chapter of "the A A-merican
merican A-merican Leelon then t.enrprf in
to seek a reconsideration of the
commission s ruling.
Mcllal Hendes
Meef ToPIan
Forming Of Goof
, PARIS, Jan.' 27 (UP) -Pre
mier-designate Guy Mollet today
meets h'i collaborator, Pierre
Mendes-France, to plot strategy
that will give France a povern povern-ment
ment povern-ment the fickle National Assem Assembly
bly Assembly will aprove.
They have until next Tuesday to
doit.-.
Socialist Mollet scheduled' a
thick round of other consultations
todiv to seek out the oD'"ons of
various political leaders on who
should be in the nation's 22nd ca cabinet
binet cabinet since Worl War II. t
President Rene Coty called Mol Mollet
let Mollet to the Elysee Palace last night
after two days of political jockey jockeying
ing jockeying and asked Mollet to try and
form a government.
"I did not think that he (Cotylj
should be made to wait for an an answer
swer answer and I immediately gave him
niy -rn-."'," ajc Mollet when
he left the Elysee. -'.
After finishing his protocol vi visits
sits visits to the presidents of the vari various
ous various French constitutional groups, j
the Co""cil of the Rnihi; v v
rate), the Economic Councif an!
the Assembly of the French
Union Mollet was to meet Radi-i
cal leader Mendes.
Cloina Hour
Of Diablo PO
ChanaedTo5PM
As a convenience to the patrons
of Diablo Heights Post Office, the
closing hour there has been per permanently
manently permanently changed from 4:30 to 5
P.m. :'. -''
The change was made in Dec
ember to handle, the Christmas
rush. The new closing hour will be
continued on a permanent basis,
giving patrons additional time to
transact postal business after regul regular
ar regular office hours, many of whom
work outside of Diablo Heights.
British Trade j
With Red China
Increases 28
LONDON, Jan. 27 (UP) The
government disclosed today that
British Trade with Communist
China last year increased 28 ner
cent over 1954.
The Foreign Office said it all
and did not help Peiping's milita military
ry military preparations.

Caribbean Federation
May Soon Become Reality

LONDON, Jan. 27 (UP)- For
! British. Caribbean Federation
ihave been in the air but onlv
now are iney taxing a concrete
shape.
A conference will meet in Lon London
don London on Feb. 7 to thrash out final
details of the plans, and before
the end of the year. It is hoped
to see the federation become a
reality.
The West Indian governments
have approved the plan in prin principle.
ciple. principle. They will send 16 delegates
to the conference which will be
under the chairmanship of Col Colonial
onial Colonial Secretary Alan Lennox Lennox-Boyd.
Boyd. Lennox-Boyd. The purpose of the conference
will be to make final decisions
on maior outstanding Issues in
the federal plan, and to agree
on procedure to be followed for
settling any remaining questlonr
',n in period Deiore tne ieaera
lr tne conierence reacnes p
general agreement and there J.
every hope that it will the
British government will lntro-
duce lertslation.
It will introduce an enabling
till to allow essential welimin'
ary steps to establishment of
a federal government to be
taken, such as the appoin f f-tnent
tnent f-tnent of a governor-aenewl
and th Holding of federal e e-lections.
lections. e-lections.
Reports from the fiscal, hi'" hi'"-?'al
?'al hi'"-?'al and civil service commis commissioners
sioners commissioners recentlv were publisher"
fn London. The commission"-'-were
appointed by the Colonir'
r I r-Tr-f Tt.I
'HS it. lwP 1
For Elcclion
Of USCA Deletes
At a meetine of the Execu
tive Committee on Tuesday, in
Margarita, tne imax plans were
completed for the ,' election of
USCA .delegates to serve for the
year 1956. Other, business be before
fore before the Committee Included the
study of pending and proposed
legislation before the present
Congress which will effect citi
zen employes In; the Zone.
A total of 57 delegates will
constitute the Board of Direc Directors
tors Directors for this year, from which
a slate of p-oposed candidates
for election to- the various of offices
fices offices will be presented at the
firrt meeting of the new Board
in February, and to which all
members will be urged to at attend..
tend.. attend.. ....
The Committee requests that
all members of the Association
cast their vote for the required
number of delegates in their
township' and return the bal ballots,
lots, ballots, postmarked rrior, to mid midnight,
night, midnight, Tuesday, Jan. 31st. If any
member has not received a, bal ballot
lot ballot for voting, please contact the
chpirman by calling 2-2196.
A count of the ballots cast in
this election will be mad? Feb.
2nd, and a final report of elec election
tion election of delegates to the. Board
of Directors will be announced
shortly thereafter. 1 ; 1

I'c AfiE IS OVEK Abraham Lincoln Day, 89, and his 80-year-

old wife arrive In New York aboard the liner USS United States,
broke but happy. 'The GenevaIll., couple took their life sav savings
ings savings of $22,000 and spent it all on a six-month European spree.
But their immediate financial worries were banished by Dave
Garroway, who had them as guests on his TV show. NBC paid
their New York expenses, and bought tickets for them to fly
' t""!r to their Geneva home,----

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UNITING IN THE CARIBBEAN-Great Britain is trying to or-
ganize its Caribbean colonies into a single dominion. Thati wny a
conference of those colonies is being held in London, beginning
February 7. Newsmap spots the Islands that have agreed to Join in
the f ederation. They are Jamaica, Trinidad and Tobago, Barbados,
the Leeward Islands and the Windward Islands. British Honduras
and British Guiana, crosspatched areas, are being urged to Join,
but they have so far opposed consolidation. If agreement is reacnea
at the conference, the next step will, be the submission to Parlia-
ment of an enabling act to set up the federation.

Jcretary to make recommenda
tlons on the,se three aspects of
federation. Their reports will be
studied by the conference.
The report of the fiscal com
missioner assumed that the fed'
eral government will be initially
of modest size, with consmeraDie
flexibility, controlling no large
executive staffs, but employing
advisers and senior administra administrators...
tors... administrators... The total cost of building
offices and houses for the Governor-General,
the legislature
and. the judiciary and executive
ministries is estimated at 2,000,-
000 pounds.
The civil service commisison commisison-ers
ers commisison-ers said that except for the pres present
ent present regionally' controlled service,
no Immediate federalization of
services is envisaged. But at an
early stage federal officers may
be given powers of direction over
Housewives
Buy Frozen Milk
In East Siberia
MOSCOW. Jan. 27 (UP)
Housewives are buying their milk
by the frozen loaf in the East Si Siberian
berian Siberian city of Yakutsk, the weekly
magazine Oeonye reported to
day. They can also buy it by the
bowl.
The Yakutsk collective farm Is
selline milk wrapped in paper so
the housewives can carry it
home. With the temperature In
Yaitsk at 58 below zero, the milk
stays frozen.

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customs or paslal admlnLstia
tiona in the units.
The initial organization of the
federal government should con consist
sist consist of 12 offices and depart departments,
ments, departments, among which would be
custriDuted duties arising from
the constitution,, ; the legislative
lists and other sources. ;
gressmen
Ticklish Question
Of !igliyay Taxes
WASHINGTON, Jan. 27 (UP)-
ine ucKiisn question of raising
laxes in an election year comes
up for discussion today at a sec
ret bipartisan congressional huddle.
The problem is how to raise en
ough additional revenue through
gasoline and other taxes on high highway
way highway users to help pay the federal
share of a proposed 13-year, $51
billion roadbuilding program.
Democratic and Rep u b 1 i c an
House leaders planned to confer
on the problem at a closed meet meeting.
ing. meeting. .- -.
The Democrats them selves
haven't worked out a specific tax tax-boosting
boosting tax-boosting proposal. ; But speaker
Sam Rayburn (D-Tex.) has insist insisted
ed insisted that any big increase in road
building be put on a pay-as-you-go
basis through higher taxes.
The proposed 13-year construc construction
tion construction program was outlined in a
bill Introduced yesterday by Rep.
Ceorge H. Fallon (D-Md ), He is
chairman of a House Public Works
Subcommittee handling highway
legislation.

426-Cwat Blue-White Gem Eii Route
From London To NY's Diamond King

LONDON, Jan. 27 (UP)-Rough-cut
diamonds valued at nearly $8.5
million left London for New York
today in what diamond merchants
said was the largest sale of un unfinished
finished unfinished stones ever made to one
firm.
The gems, including a "magni "magnificent"
ficent" "magnificent" blue-white diamond weigh weighing
ing weighing 426 carats, were airmailed to
New York's diamond king, Harry
Winston, by the Diamond Trad Trading
ing Trading Co. -v ;::; ; j
A spokesman for the London firm
said "only the fabulous Mr. Win Winston"
ston" Winston" could estimate how much
the diamonds would be worth af after
ter after they are cut
He said he assumed Winston
would give the 426-carat diamond
a name, like other fabulous gems
of the world. He said diamond ex ex-peets
peets ex-peets described it as "the most
magnificent ever found in South
Africa." '
The plain air mail package in
which the diamonds left London

eost aly-fkSftto register, but il'

Latest Offensive

reposes

alls Army

LONDON, Juan. 27 (UP)

ed a one-two offensive today that in effect gave the Unit United
ed United States and the West the alternative of peace on Red

terms or continued rearmament. ;
The proposal of a Russo-American non-aggression
pact was reportedly contained in a personal letter yester

day from Soviet Premier Nikolai Bulganin to President

Eisenhower."
A few hours after first authoritative information on
its contents became known, the Soviet Union underlined
the military might of Eastern Europe with the opening of
a Communist "Nato" meeting in Prague, Czechoslovakia.
Both moves apparently were timed to precede the
"Big Two" meeting' in Washington next week between
British Prime Minister Sir Anthony Eden and President
Eisenhower.

The "political consultative com
mittee of the Warsaw pact" the
Communist Nato group tne
armed forces of the Soviet Union
and six other satellites under a
Russian supreme commander.
The East German army will
now be admitted as' an eighth
member.
It was formed as an answer to
...un"" i lui .nanui.1 a.iJ t h c
Worth Atlantic Treaty Organiza
tion l Nal.nl.
Military and political pmciais 01
the Sov et Un on and uie seven
Eastern Europen satellites met wh
work out details ol tne organiza
tion of a Red Europen army
which would outnumber Western
defenders seven to one,
Cnmmunist China is attending
the meeting as an "observer."
The Czech news agency Ceteka
reported that in an opeaing speech
Czech defense sminister V. Alex Alex-ei
ei Alex-ei Cepicka accused the United
States of trying to stir up irouDie
between East and .West.
The Praizue session openea m
the Cernin palace which houses
the Czech foreign ministry. It was
in the courtyard ol ttus paiate
Friends Insists
Egyptian Producer
Will Marry Rita
CAIRO, Jan. 27 (UP)A close
frtpnH of Kpvntian movie pro
ducer Ravmond Hakim lnsistea to-
day that Hakim wui marry-. nua
Hayworth. The actress aeniea
The romantic round-robin start started
ed started in Imdon where two newspap
ers nrinted stories from two dif
ferent sources to tne eueci mai,
th Amm-iran movie star and the
Egyptian would wed eitner -tnis
week or some time next month in
Pans.
Miss Havworth. in Paris, said
the reports where absolutely with-
out foundation." She said the sole.
purpose of her visit to trance wasj
to visit her two children who nave
been staying with Prince Ali Kahn,
her former husband.
was fully insured. The spokesman
would not describe the size or ap appearance
pearance appearance of the package or the
flight it left on.
In New York, Winston said the
diamonds would require $500,000
worth of labor and probably would
holesale for a minimum of $10
million. He described the 426 426-carat.
carat. 426-carat. diamond as "the size of two
ice cubes put together."
"When I saw it in London, I just
couldn't believe it was true," he
said. "It is so utterly wonderful
without blemish and a magnifi magnificent
cent magnificent color and purity, like a block
of blue ice. One doesn't expect
to find perfect 1-carat stones very
often, let alone 426 carats."
BALUOA TIDES
SATURDAY, JANUARY 23
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Peace,

Talks

The Soviet Union launch
that the body of pro-western Czech
foreign minister Jan Masaryk was
found in March 1918. ?.
. The Communists claimed he
jumped from a palace window.
There have been persistent reports
that he was pushed.
After welcoming the delegates,
Cepicka praised Russia for pro
moting a "retrain relaxation of
' international tn'-;.' -and
nounrcd the Liiued intcs lor
"frustrating" peace aims.
"Contrary to the will of the
American ; people, attempts are
being made to renew the Cold
War," Cepicka said.
Bids For Paiiiliog
Huge Wafer tanks
Being Asked By PC
The regular maintenance paint painting
ing painting of the interiors of two 500,000
gallon .elevated steel water tanks
at Gatun and the painting of the
metal, parts of the two swing
spans of Miraflores Bridge are a a-mong
mong a-mong the projects now being ad advertised
vertised advertised by the Panama Canal Co,
The paint work to be done on the
two big water tanks will include
sand blasting and cleaning in ad addition
dition addition to the painting of the inter interiors
iors interiors of the tanks and of the two
stand pipes. It is estimated the
the job will take 120 days. Work
is not scheduled to start before
March 15. '-'
The work at Miraflores Bridge
will consist of the cleaning, spot
priming and painting of all metal
surfaces of two swing spans, the
center pier, the two Pivot
piers.
four rest niers and two abutments.
-The project wul require 73 aays
for completion. 1
Bids on both the painting or tne
water tanks and the bridge spans
will be opened the. morning of
February 10 in the Balboa Heights
Administration Building,
.., , , , . -.
Buses Lacking
Sfecl Frames Gel
Anolh:r Reprieve
Gov. J.S. Seybold announced to today
day today that he has authorized the ex ex-tpnsion
tpnsion ex-tpnsion of the effective dates for
the regulation requiring steel
frame construction for Ml busse
operating in the Canal Zone until
the end of this calendar year.
The regulation governing this
type of busses has been under
study for the past several weeks
and this is the third extension.
With this extension the busses
wih wooden bodies can be inspec inspected
ted inspected at the Motor Transportation
Division garages for permission to
operate in the Canal Zone through throughout
out throughout this year.
These inspections had been tem temporarily
porarily temporarily suspended pending a de decision
cision decision of permission for their oper operation.
ation. operation.
The regulation requiring fall
busses to have bodies of steel
frame construction was issued
several years ago.
; It provided that older type ve ve-tiicleslicensedin
tiicleslicensedin ve-tiicleslicensedin the Canal Zone
prior to November 9, 1946, could
continue in operation until Jan. 1,
1956, without chanee in the body
construction providing they meet
otner safety requirements for pui

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LETTER FOR IKE Russian
Ambassador Georgi Zambia
leaves the White House after
delivering a letter to President
Eisenhower from Russian pre premier
mier premier Nikolai Bulganin.

BULGANIN WANTS US,
RUSSIA TO AGREE
TO NON-AGGRESSIOiI
- dan, ii vuiri
iSOVlet Prplttlpf KTilrnl tl
nin was reported today to hav
proposed a non-aggression pact
between Russia and the United
states in hlj letter to President
Elsenhower.
Administration sources, who
refused to reveal details of the,
letter. saM t.h inn.i,n,...i
proposal was a "key feature" In
""sou'"s aramanc message. It
was delivered tn th whit.
yesterday.
.imfu can diplomatic offlciala
saia the proposal caused some
flnrnticA n v. j M. .....
skepticism here. They said it will
be subjected to the most careful
study before the White House
u""i uu ivir. niisennower s
anticipated reply public.
Highly placed sources $rti
the Vi.-'-i rt'ci rtfiv
v
tome limit on ns last m..u
.manpower L as part cf a new
Plan to break the stubborn
east-West disarmament dead deadlock.
lock. deadlock. '.'V'. '.'V'.-The
The '.'V'.-The Tipm Tinri-o trTrt
Ppsal was considered by some di diplomats
plomats diplomats as a logical extension of
a previous Russian plan to in include
clude include the United States to a 26 26-nation
nation 26-nation all European
pact.
Soviets at the Big Four Fo'reitm
Ministers meetinir in Berlin "in
1954. The Communists suggested
then that the pact run for 50
years.
.Last October at Geneva, Rus Russian
sian Russian Foreign Minister V. M, Mo.
lotov renewed the proposal. Un Un-aer
aer Un-aer It, an armed attack on any
European nation or the United
States wnnM haUnnu..j
attack on all signees.
cut eecretary or State John
Foster Dulles In effect rejected
the proposal. He said it would be
most difficult for the United
states to consider such a plan
until the Soviet Union agreed to
the reunification of Germany a a-lon
lon a-lon democratic lines.
, i ne on-aggression propo proposal,,
sal,, proposal,, the sources $ald, wan
couched in vague terms in the
now-famous personal letter
sent to Mr. Eisenhower by So Soviet
viet Soviet Premier Nikolai Bulganin.
But dinlnmatif cmina on..,,
"-x 'v.v nvmvvj ojjci;u-
lated that under the proposal
the United States would be ex expected
pected expected to accept the present di division
vision division of Europe in return for a
Soviet pledge not to attack the
free world and to agree to the
reunification of Germany.,
.The sources said Bulganin in
nls letter also called for limlta
tinnn t
uuno wn nuclear weapons, pre-'
sumably including calling off
Grace To Give Up.-' I
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HOLLYWOOD, Jan.' 27 (Ufj
Prince Rainier II said today
he and his princess-to-be, Grace
Kelly, have agreed that after their
marriage she will give up her
film career.
At a news conference the nrinca
confirmed reports that Miss Kel Kelly's
ly's Kelly's current MGM film "High So So-cietv"
cietv" So-cietv" may be her last.
When reporters asked if Miss
Kellv would continue her acting
career he said, "it is better that
she does, not, she thinks that is
right, too! It would be diffciult for
her to live here and work while
I must live in Monaco."
He indicated that Grace woukl
be a housewife. He said she would
not take part in the -administra
tion of the government.
The prince said the couple wJI
be married in Monaco, "round tha
middle of April, probably in a cer ceremony
emony ceremony performed by the bishop of
Monaco. He said her parents and
his father would attend the cere-

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Peace in Our Time

RESPECT FOR JUDGES

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'ReferrlBs to the Brown case, I would" say the military at

" Amador have caused their country added external pain at the
- Canal. Jn verification, let them ask themselves: Have we done
' right In penalizing the defendant after the court has found him
' not guilty? Have we shown proper discipline and respect to our
;' courts and their judges by our attitude in this matter?
Apparently there were three cases of alleged speeding pres presented
ented presented by them and from the testimony the judge was able to
? find only on of the defendants guilty, r
If the military is dissatisfied with the decision of the court
; they have recourse to appeal. But they have chosen to employ
;;foul tactics. The attitude seems to reflect successes in other
wrongs, and now is the time for self examination to avoid graver
I' errors in future. :.
' I am hoping to hear that the military have reflected and
resolved to be' upright and dignified and not persist in their
,'iasinlnity.
Fairplay ;

.Sir:

GORGAS DOCTORS

I hope m my humble way to write nnisn 10 tne great oeoaie
: .' about "Gorgas Doctors" and all the rest of the complaints regis-
tered by the government-fed urchins who have been understudy understudy-!
! understudy-! ing the teachers of Benedict Arnold in describing their Insidi Insidious
ous Insidious Ideas concerning the work of honest men who toil dally to
do their government's bidding, to the best of their ability.
t, Should any person, such as "A Future Senator," have in in-;
; in-; formation of a criminal nature, whether it concerns the military
J lor civil authorities, he has the citizen's duty to bring this to the
attention of various police agencies.
;j No one has ever been brought to the Canal Zone, since the

- United States Government has been in this operation, as a alave
or an un-free man. Why not bone up on your true respon responsibilities
sibilities responsibilities rather than gather material for a clandestine publica publication?
tion? publication? ... : -.,-I;
If the future makes you a senator, then the prospects are
Indeed dim for my country, right or wrong. America, yours and
Imine, Mister, has no room for sneaky individuals who intend to
make a killing with sensationalism against an Institution which
JJdoes not have the means of fighting back.
i You are probably one of the characters whose flow of honey
J from the right side of your jaw is surely counteracted by the
..bilious flow from your left. Go on boy, sow your seeds of dis-i

"contentment, dlsunison, distrust of sacred authority and dutiful
J J knowledge exercised by your peers, but in the end you will be

aiiown ior wnai you iruiy are. uunciusians 10 mai may oe maae
"as fits the case, and what Is more "future Solon," take heed lest
JJthe two-headed monster you are riding accidentally gnarles his
two heads together leaving you like? the horseman of Sleepy

"JiOUOW. .;.,-,...... -i,. :..ry,
!! When all the Rip Van Winkles finally come to life, they will

see to it that you just keep moving off. You are the type who
"will yell aggression if we arm ourselves, and appeasement if we

Well, sonny, get a new line. This one smells of sour vodka.
f; '" $.-v-' ...V-,. Citizen and Voter

if Sir

In 'reply to "Future Senator," I wish to sav that his letter

i. was vinaicuve, cruei, malicious ana untrue. ;.

Our Chief Nurse, and her assistant are the finest Gorgas
J I Hospital has ever had. Since their first consideration is always
.that the patient comes first, I know that your statement about
j'her reply to a seriously-ill patient Is not true. : .
,', Our staff at Gorgas Hospital, both American and Panama Panama-jrran
jrran Panama-jrran are fine, and I defy anyone to find a finer staff, anywhere.
J The American and Panamanian staff at Gorgas Hospital are
., doing a splendid joo and your vindictive and malicious letter
cannot hurt them,, because most of us have letter on our files,
..from grateful patients.
"Future Senator," 1 wish you all the success possible, when
you run for Senator. Please do investigate Gorgas Hospital and
; you will find out things that will greatly surprise you
'. Yes, I have been a patient at Gorgas Hospital and received
jj wonderful care, in fact, if you care to investigate, you will find
;;that my life was saved by the quick thinking and efficiency of
the staff at Gorgas Hospital. So please do check. I would be
"very grateful.

uture Senator," I am telling the truth, so It Is unnecessary
to hide behind a fictitious name. My name is signed to this let letter,
ter, letter, my identification number is 491 and I am a Nurse at Goraas
t Hospital.
" Lillian L. Pratt, R. N.

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By VICTOR RIESEL
There is blood on the labor front

There is mayhem. And there is
assault with a new deadly weapon
the automobile on picket lines
stretched across the land. There
must be much more of this close-

ranee fighting in otherwise peace

ful towns than we know or the
American Civil Liberties Union

would not take time out from its
running attack on the govern

ments security policies to warn
"all parties concerned" to refrain

from the use o( violence on tne

Westuighouse picket line.
Violence la contagious. Up north

Westinghouse pickets have hurled

rocks, overturned cars and set up

human barricades to keep non

strikers out of the plants. The men
who've been going into the struck
plants have gunned their cars and

rammed picket brigades.

Down south, the same union-

the International Union of Elec

trical Workers began setting up a

picket line around the. American

Bosch-Arma Co., in umimDus,

Miss.
About 150 of the strikers for formerly
merly formerly were earment workers

members of the Amalgamated
Clothing Workers of America. They
had gone to work for American

Bosch. There was a wage dispute.

They hit the picket line at 8 a.m
on Jan. 18. Helping them was 39

year-old Ed Blair, respected south

ern director ot me men s cunning

union. Blair, a native of Nasnviue,
Tenn.i was lending the electrical
workers a hand.
.At about 8:30 Ed Blair had a
bullet in his liver. He was shot in
the back. Yet the strike had been
peaceful. It was settled a few days
later. But Ed Blair, under whom
not a brick was thrown in all his
organizing activity through five
southern states, had to fight for
his life. There vale emergency sur

gery, and transfusions, witn Diooa
donated by the strikers.
The man arrested for the shoot shooting
ing shooting was Jim Miller, who had vowed
to run his wife1 through the picket
Hn von if he had to kill a man.

Miller took his wife through the
iin Then h drove out of the plant.

He stopped the car and started

shooting witn aum-aura ounei.
He drove over into Alabama, was
.rctii retnrnpfi and now is be-

a.n.., u ...UL

ing held on charges oi assawi wiw
intent to kill.
Officials of Blair's union tell me
they're confident they'll get a fair
trial and that District Attorney
Carter of Lowndes County will push
for a conviction. ,' ...
The Amalgamated Clothing Work Workers,
ers, Workers, a most respected union, now
j,mlfl n nnsh for 8 COn-

viction, too. They feel that If Mil Miller
ler Miller goes free, his release would be
the signal for open season on their
southern leaders. :'!.
So Mississippi, oneof the least
iAetrir,7tti of the states, faces

another uproar-this time on JJje
labor front. Which is as it should
bSome of us have gone through
i.u ,r. hpfnre. Thev can be

bloody,. Once-the quadsll on

both sides, quiei ciuc
kl.t naint I) It t 1 1

homes, cars are peeled apar like
pads of scratch paper.
The American CivU Liberties Un Un-Ion,
Ion, Un-Ion, never really enthusiastic over
rushing intone labor field, put it

untimiaauon ui """;--, -itu

never oe aiioweu w mv" - --free
free --free entrance to or exit from a
place of work by anyone. Juch
rr,.:j.i!-. ininp is an in-

has no Place in democratic society
wh en reWects the idea of indivi

dual decision

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nr,v,.t,i.. a .-v ,B i c -uv uctu iui more eaucation anri
p:I;'y 0 ..wo PfPie President more young American

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(Eisenhower likes less than Sen.

wc iucwannv and his hr,.nm .i

Roy Cohn, former counsel for the

WASHINGTON PIPELINE

McCarthy Committee. This duo did! John Hollister, law partner of
ou,to..cause.dls?ension in the the late Sen. Bob Taft now iJi

two men inP.hp yi4nAan a,ny- er:Jiea(l of foreign aid, is due to re re-ta
ta re-ta th? An?r v!rLS C"lm,nat",8 Vsa- He is boiling mad at John
n the Army-McCarthy hearings in Foster Dulles for increasing aid to
M- India by $10,000,000 -without even
HowLvrir rho wtiH. consulting Hollister. . .a

out knowing it, has just let Roy'8"1,1 olllster will probably bow

ithe aU-important. Civil Aeronau-I epu ca1s 10 PPsing foreiga

iaoara joscpn Minettl
Minetti is an old friend of Cohn's
and m i "hf K cvopini i .

o--- w nwvviu tu iun in 1 1 .

Koy's erection when cases aroselc, V,, r' Jndersecretary f
affecting Conn's client. National! n Vis.peeve was against John
Airlines. ..i"uu"" Davis Lodge, ex-GOP governor of
The way Cohn got his friend' c0",""",1, now ambassador to
! -netU appointed ta the Civil Aero-1 Sin. Lodge waa told not to ask
nautics board was astute but slm-l I m0ure J"d to Spain, despite
pie. Cohn's law partner is Tomlwh,5.h I16 b"ttonholed old friends
Curran, Dewey's secretary of state! f" Caplto1 m' ur8ed a Wm.OQQ

J nign-UP JrteDUDIICan Sn fnhn v".c wiwiw xnncB,

am. . .Another nipmhpp ,f ,h-

4-H club who let off steam back backstage
stage backstage over foreign aid Is Herbert

got Curran to push Mlnetti's ap appointment
pointment appointment with chairman Leo Hall.
Hall already knew Minetti's father-in-law,
Fred Ahern, a Brooklyn
Republican leader so, with Cur Cur-ran's
ran's Cur-ran's endorsement, Chairman Hall

When Herbert Hoover Jr. di

ered this he hit the ceiling, gave x
Lodge a blunt bawling-out. . .The v
4-H club men who oppose foreiga
aid are Hoover, Hollisier, Humpn-
rpV lu,,iifs,u kA T1 v

and Hughes (Retiring Director of

Refrograde Steppe
By BOB RUARK

wpnr .ii m,f tn. ;:.:,,,., """the Budget). Foster Dulles wiling

.. u yuv mi wiiiiciu. fie Knew!. 1 l r r i
that the Republican party needed 'a ht ol LPenocratic friends to put
j 4. Y "ccuu)SPrnS! hia tnro crn.ii H hill P....

u uu Buiiieinuie io mSKP un Inr 7. cawu

the .kick-int-he-pants John Foster

uuues gave Italians when he fired
Ed Corsi as immigration adviser
Sj he insisted on Minetti's appoint appointment.
ment. appointment. H. V;-.;
Inside fact is that Louis Roth Rothschild,
schild, Rothschild, the Kansas City Department
store owner, now undersecretary of
commerce, didn't want Minetti

He opposed him. But Chairman
Hall reichcd over his head, and

! Minetti was appointed.

Sn unthnnt tha Wh l. Un,,.. V...

in ar.v idea Rnv form ,o (ukiJi hot water himself, but he thinks

the scenes, ex-Sen. Josh Lee wasl?rime Mnister.Eden may .be in
ousted and Roy Cohn's friend put i deeP.er- Eden presUge slips,
in his place. the American British alliance al-
Members of the palace guard are' ??. sIlPs- and Dulles has been grum-

SYDNEY. Australia I sure

wanted to go to Russia. Mom. be

cause all the other kids went, but

lve seen Forgy and Bess so often
the trip didn't hardly seem like it
was worth it. I mean, "Summer

time," a nice tune, and all that,
but at 10 below, I'd rather have
"Baby, It's Cold Outside."
I always been sore at the Rus Russians,
sians, Russians, for one thing and another,
including borscht, but I do feel
personally betrayed on this open open-door
door open-door policy, that lets everybody
in. The reason I am betrayed, Ma,
runs thusly:
You know how it is when your
typing fingers get splayed and
blunt at the ends, and the editors

mumble, "This didn't quite come
off,' and there is a shortage of
bourbon in the cupboard, and the
dogs f are. panhandling 1 oa the
streets. That is when an old, work work-worm
worm work-worm writin' type needs a healthy
gimmick for his last grab at the
gettin'-old money. I
I was saving up Russia, Maw,
like all the other old bums do. The
Russians being so unpleasant
about visitors, it, was the last
stronghold of journalistic endeavor.
I mean to gay, when you can't
sell the pulps any more, and the
movies sneer, and the next book
turns to glue in the middle of Chap Chapter
ter Chapter One, that is the time to go to
Russia. You wangle yourself a
passport, after disclaiming any per

sonal knowledge of the Republican
party, and you go winging off to

uie irozen-suius country, ana you

write.
You write about what you saw,

to wit: "Today I saw a cow. It
seemed to be an ordinary enough

cow. At least it didn t complain

about the Com inform 's attitude to

ward milk production, (six pages
deleted by censor.)"
In the book the writer writes
when he is free and uncensored
again, it turns out that what the
censor cut was the simple question,
"How now, Brown Cow?" and that
puts it on the best-seller lists im immediately.
mediately. immediately. All you had to do, un under
der under the old regime, was to come
home andt ell ALL. Up to now I
never read a Russian revelation
from an outsider that could com

pete with a child' diary, but the

miracle of being in this frostbitten
reformatory was more'n enough to
sell the story.
I have always entertained a
querulous and disdainful attitude
toward the Russians. I never saw
a modern Russian whose clothes
fit. I never saw a picture of a
modern Russian dame who didn't
look like Broadway Rose. I was
never an aficionado of their plot plotless
less plotless movies, and ballet bores me
unless it's got Jeanmaire in it.
And she aint no Russky.
' How the Russians like their

present government finds me

lL r labor organ-

"ine uuan ---- f,:if

tne civu w .- j ji.niitp"

VA" of perso" with
per on concerned not to provoke
K persons to violence.
That says H. . . :

strangely' uncurlous. How thev feel

about the United States leaves' me!
strangely more so. Their tastes in
art and literature I can consign to

tne circular file. I reckon when

the White Russians cornered the

cab-driving business in Paris, class
left the country.
To me, Russia has always been
Short Overcoat. Nebraska, with

droskies. The Russian soul, so

much talked of. is the greatest

bore since Barbara Hutton's mari

tal career. I have tackled the writ writing
ing writing types, from Turgenev to Dos Dostoevski
toevski Dostoevski let the spelling go, Mom,
it don't make any difference and

find it a better sedative than hot

milk laced with goofballs. I heard
some of their music, too, and am
unsent. Khatcha-whatever could couldn't,
n't, couldn't, carry Johnny Mercer's tuning
fork. , ;
But I was going to save all this

for my old age, and write it from
Inside Russia. You can't trust a
Bolshevik, Mora. They have gone

and robbed us seedy old bums of

our last shot at solvency when they
let down the bars and beckoned
the night-club columnists and the
jazzbos in for a visit. Like a bitter

friend of mine just said, "It just

ain t worth the pain any more if

everybody outside knows It ain't

worth the pam. But don t cry
Ma. Before long Junior's going to

lamti. That s worth the pain.

ne cant get Senator Georse of

(.pnrcrin ie ot-Caw Uirm.n Tni

mndPA "Hnmmgn" ttaa Iuam

--. O-. j.uitjii.u.i una mcu LCU
ing Georgia crackers that the USA
is spending too much money
abroad, ana George can't afford
to buck him. It's interesting how
greatly U.S. policy is sometimes
influenced by the re-election cam campaigns
paigns campaigns of certain senators.
EDEN-DULLES HOT WATER

John-Foster Dulles may be in

Arms For Israel
By PETER EDSON

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WASHINGTON (NEA) The

next tesf for Secretary of State
John Foster Dulles' theory of "ad "advancing
vancing "advancing to the brink of war" in
order to preserve peace may come
in the Middle East.
It may come in the decision on
whether the United States should
give arms aid to Israel.
If this action is taken, it will be
an attempt to counterbalance the
arms now being delivered to Egypt
by Czechoslovakia, with the bless blessing
ing blessing of Soviet Russia.'
It restoring the balance of power
between Arabs and Jews maintains
this uneasy peace, maybe well and
good.
But if this action should inflame
the Arab world and incite it to new
attacks on Israel, then the "going
to the brink" theory should be
strictly for the ash can.
Representatives of 17 American
Jewish organization with an es estimated
timated estimated three million members
have just concluded a two-day
conference of 300 delegates in
Washington. Included were B'nai
B'rith, Jewish War Vets, four
organizations of Jewish congrega congregations
tions congregations and ten Zionist groups.
Their purpose was obviously," if

nut openiy, io nring pressure on

ments of State and Defense and the that their positions as American?

in tne American community will

be impaired through involvement

with Zionism.

The American Council for
Judaism claims that no organiza organization
tion organization has the right to speak for all

American Jews.

Representatives of the 17 or organizations
ganizations organizations reply that they don't

claim to be speaking for all. They

say they speak only for them

selves. And they claim they have

just as much right, as Americans,

to support Israel as the Polish Polish-Americans
Americans Polish-Americans or the Lithuanian Lithuanian-Americans
Americans Lithuanian-Americans have the right to work
and raise money for relief or

liberation of their homelands.

Whatever the merits of this
dispute, non-Jewish people who

might prefer to keep out of re

ligious strife have just as much

right to resent any attempt to

make it an American domestic

political issue.

entire U.S. Congress to support
more arms aid for Israel. In an

American election year, this is

potent political pressure.

It should be noted that the

resolutions passed by this con

ference do not. represent the
unanimous views "of all American

jews.
One group in particular. Ameri

can Council for Judaism, Inc.,
opposes Zionism the establish

ment of a Jewish religious state in
Palestine. It deplores the involve

ment of American organizations

wim tne Jewish Agency, which is

registered with the Department of

justice as a foreign agent, repre representing
senting representing Israel.
This is an old feud between
Jewish factions in America. Their
fight has been going on ever since
the question of a Jewish homeland
has been considered.
The American Council claims
that organized Zionism represents
less than 10 per cent of America's
estimated five million Jews, includ including
ing including men, women and children.
Offsetting this, the Zionists and
the big organizations of both
orthodox and reformed Jews claim
that the American Council repre represents
sents represents fewer than 17,000 American

jews. It is classified as represent

President Eisenhower, the Depart- ing only wealthy Jews who fear! disservice.

. ... ....

Behind the scenes,"""American
diplomats are hard at work trying

to bring peace between the Arabs

and Jews. That is the numoer one

objective of U.S. foreign policy in

the Middle East,
Anything that stirs up the dis

pute instead of trying to quiet it

down may be regarded as a

CAULIFLOWER CAPE R
Bending an ear or two is
something four-year-old Frank Frank-lyn
lyn Frank-lyn S. Johnson, Jr., does easily.
The Anniston, Ala., youngster
has ears so flexible they can be
bent and tucked inwardly, as
shown above. Strangers, not
knowing of tha youngster's ?
trirk, often supffest plastic sur sur-'gery
'gery sur-'gery to "correct" the self-cauli-"
flowered ears

rubbing their eyes over what haD

pened but haven't figured out what
they will do about it.
CI BILL OF R I GTS
Sen. Dick Neuberger of Oregon
is planning an important show showdown
down showdown with the White House on
education by moving to restore
the education provisions of the GI
Bill of Rights.
Nothing in years had more im impact
pact impact on American education than
the provision giving veterans free
tuition continue their studies.
It trained 180,000 doctors and nurs nurses,
es, nurses, 450 000 civil engineers, "36
preachers, 83,000 policemen and
firemen, 113,000 physicists and re research
search research scientists, and 711,000

sKiiied mechanics.
Yet it was dropped by the pres present
ent present administration on Jan. 31, 1955.
"While Ike talks about people
staying in school longer."' savs

Senator Neuberger, "he abandoned

a program which during and after

the war raised the average educa

tional level oi veterans from the
second year of high school through

the freshman year of college.

"f urthermore, the Gt bill was
abandoned at a time of unprece unprecedented
dented unprecedented armament profits and when
aircraft stocks, based largely on
military orders, had soared off the

boards." ;

So Neuberger will reintroduce

the GI Bill of Rights.
NOTE One of the great pleas

of Admiral Strauss, chairman of
the Atomic Energy Commission,

blmg about it. t .Dulles claimed

he warned Eden against the Bagh Baghdad
dad Baghdad Pact which has kicked up such
trouble in Jordan. Eden, however,
ignored his advice, according to
Foster. . .Eden has other troubles
not directly affecting Dulles. In
addition to the clandestine sale of
British tanks to the Arabs, Eden's
battered prestige has slipped an an-other
other an-other notch with the disclosure that
Britain's gold dollar reserve has
slipped to $200,000,000. The $200, $200,-000,000
000,000 $200,-000,000 figure is considered the,
minimum safety margin to protect -the
British pound. Yet it dropped
nearly $100,000,000 in the last 18
months, chiefly because Britain's
much-advertised drive to boost ex.
ports fizzled ..... One disturbing
export is automobiles. Car Sales
have slumped so badly that British
automboile manufacturers have
cut from, a five-day to a four-day
week. Jr r-"-

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NORTHCOOL SUITS m

SLAX-SPORT JACKETS

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OFF

OUR REGULAR NOW FAMOUS NORTHCOOLS IN WHITE-BAMBOO ;
And Colors : 1 PANT $45.00 SUIT NOW $2 7.00 2 PANTS $35.00 SUIT NOW $33.00 '.
NYI ON CORD NORTHCOOLS Reg. $28.50 NOW $17.10

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DINNER JACKETS REDUCED 50 NOW $16.25

1 PANT Reg. $60.00
2 PANT Reg. 75.00
You Wear Them You Wash Them -They
Never Need Ironing

C nO DT r A A TC Rular $15.00 16.50 18.00 19.50 21.00 25.00 30.00
5FUKI LUAI J NOW 9.00 9.90 10.80 11.70 12.60 15.00 18.00

GABARDINE COMBINATION RAIN and TOP COAT Sizes 40, 42, 44 only

Only About 30 of Them to dear- And to Clear. ........

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Colors Models Galore

NOW PRICED

All from our
Reg. Stocks
Originally Priced

$6.75 to $18.00

; $ 2.95 ;

Sizes Xtra Small

"To Xtra Large" r
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$7.50 to $15.00 J

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All Lumped $1.95 g

KMT T-SHIRTS
with without collars
Cottons Rayons

MEN'S SHORTS

Reg. $4.50 to $5.00 rAmo B
TWILLS GABARDINES I Sizes 28 to 38

Sizes 28 to 38 All Colors

Priced to Clear
Before Inventory

$2.75 $3.95

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PUTTER
PANTS

B To Clear

UBMUSETS
For Swimming
Sunning
Matched
Trunks & Tops
By MAL' MARSHALL
Reduced $7.95
By MARLBORO
Reduced to

$5.95

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FISHING COUNTRY
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In White Blue Maize
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MONTREAL. Jan. 27 (UP)

Newspaper publishers, who have
been seeking steadily-growing
amount of newsprint were on no notice
tice notice today that extra supplies may
he hard if not impossible to get
in the next few months.
The warning came from Presi President
dent President Robert W. Fowler of the
Canadian PhId and Paoer Associa-

, tion in his annual report.

Fowler said newspnng produc producers
ers producers planned to increase their
mills capacity in Canada and the
i-nitoH stats tn meet the demand.

He said the planned drive to make
mnre nanfir av ailable "certainlv

is not out of line with the expect-
i i .i i i

ed demand, ana, inaeea, ior me
immediate future, some shortage

of newsprint may be expected.
But in the distant future, he said,
Canada's woodlands will produce

twice as much as they no now
and the industry will double its
output.
Canada produced 6,200.000 tons
nt npusm-inet in 1955. Fowler said

that was about 3.5 per cent more
than tho nrpvinus vear and would

. wn "snmewhat larcer" ex-

. t.:j"""- --

:suMin consiacreu an opeiiuiK i CPpt that strikes cost 4u,wu u
of two diamonds in today 's hand i niwinrtum Ninelv-three per a

Mil decided against it since both was 4,xported. The United States
of his suits were minors. He didn 1 1 marjcej accounted for 81 per cent,

panntT!en per cent was used in Canada,
b e l n g Fowler said consumption of new-

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MARIANA DEEP
IN THE FACIFIC
TO BE M KB THAN THAN-A
A THAN-A MILE DEEPER
gSLOVW SEA LEVEL
THAN THE HIGHEST
MOUNTAIN rEAK )S

ABOVE IT.

wxiii to nush the

ltrtrirk level luiless his

'ilrl rpsnnnH without

fihvf.fi Fini in thp iinited States increas

.When North was able to muster in tnat pcriorj by more than
up t frea response, South changed! cijit per cent, an increase far
.his attitude toward the hand, grealer than that expected by any any-"
" any-" There would. probably be a rea-, one including the publishers."
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sonaDie piay ior siam a nuiu

practically nothing but strong aia

mond support.
.West opened the king of hearts,
awl dummy naturally won the
fijf.t trick with the ace, Declarer
tuite properly led a low trump
fom dummy at the second trick
- a-nd successfully finessed the jack,
'incidentally, it's worth noticing
tat it would have been a mistake
ta lead the queen of diamonds from
the dummy for the finesse. This
play would not help if East had
. three diamonds.' since East would
ihrn cover with his king to make

US Hot Up To Reds
In Overall Strength,

Says Air Secretary

KKW YORK. Jan. 27 (Ut'J-

Air Secretary Donald A. Quarles
conceded last night that the u u-ctafas
ctafas u-ctafas lc "dwinnlncr be-

D,,rin l,i nvnrnll milltarV

ctntvi Rut. hp said it Is welt

then cover with to kinito make s in th air.atomlc wcap wcap-sure
sure wcap-sure of a trump ttick. lhe lead of d d to deter war.

wouia De unnecessary

fs i iiiifln

if East had only two diamonds

hfcaded by the king, To jead the
rjueen would be fatal if East had
Hie singleton king, since then West
ouid make atrump trick. If the
lvv diamond is led, a singleton
King in the East hand can be won
h arr. nftpr which the lack

mini vvi -
and queen '.vlll draw the rest of
tte trumps without loss.
1 All of this was quite academic,
f course, siiice East actually had
jf natural trump trick. South sue-;
tisshilly finessed the jack of dia-i
ionds at the second,, trick and
then hoepfully led theVace of dia diamonds.
monds. diamonds. West discarded a heart,
i u .lur that "East, was

lAi.md to w'n a trick later on with

lis kir a of diamonds. :
?m. mith harl to avoid the loss

rf'a snade trick, The best chance

ms to catch East with a. double
ton spade,
t ..- ... '.'.
f ir:it. tuif fiM in mind, declar

mill una vnjvv. ,

cashed the ace ana King oi
w-.ades and then began to rim his
good clubs. East discarded a heart
oh the fourth round of clubs, but
tfouth then led a third trump, forc forcing
ing forcing East to win with his king,
"it this point, East had nothing
left but hearts. When he led a
heart. South discarded the seven
of spades from his hand while
trumping in the ; dummy. This
forced rulf and discard play gave
ticclarer his -slam contract.

rn.ofcioe ao'M In ft stieech ure

fn thu nnnd Club of New

vnrv that Russia Is "strivlnR

raiphtlly to overcome America s
technical lead, and is. capable of

m.tr otnmto weaDons av an

lirnoslng rate." .
But he said "no other miMa

rv organization on eann po
inctanf nrtwfir enuial

8t.VaC3 Jill f- i..
.4.4. viot r tvio TTnited States

CUl 14X1 VJ4 VV w---

Air Force." He said tms county

"mil! mil it certain wi

strpnirth Is maintained to con

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vTice tf nmmunisw new

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Russia's. f :
He said the new Air Force
budget ''will provide":
1. A Strategic Air Command
that could rain down on an aR aR-srressor
srressor aR-srressor in one week 1000 times
the explosive force that hit Ger Germany
many Germany In all of World War II.

2 Air defenses that woum in inflict
flict inflict such- losses on attacking

bombers that VS. retallatorv

forces could not be destroyed

CH 11 M T owk"". ,

3 Tactical air lorces aoie w
strike enemy forces In the Held
with blows exceeding "by many
orders of magnitude" the total
World War II tactical air effort.
4. Adequate air lift to support
Air Force combat operations and
swiftly deploy Army forces.

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( waer 60 Liters
5 Large body of & DOWN

water
8 Inland body
of water
12 Heavy blow
13 Hawaiian food
14 Verbal
ISSiouan Indian
It Also
17 Jail room
18 Masculine
appellation

0 Expunges

1 Needy
2 Preposition
3 Caseous
element
4 Feared
5 Shovel -0
Eternity
7 Military
assistant
8 water
supply

9 Greek god

!n Mosl 01 India

BSI

22 Scottish river 10 Cabbase

23 Symbol for 11 Measures of
illinium cloth,

24 Water is a

source of cod

27 Be siclc 21 Small brook

29 He lives on the

water
32Mouthward
33 False god
34 Compass point
35 Aged
36 Solar disk
37 It sails on
i Malaysian
waters ".
88 Irish river
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40 Man-made

- water channel

41 Symbol for
selenium
42 Golfer's term
43 Nile and
Danube, for
" instance
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water
81 Smell
52 Meadow
84 Bulging jar
85 Unmixed
56 Entire
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water 42 Sacred song
25 Shield bearing 43 Flower
26 Walk In water 44 Notion
27 Arabian gulf 45 Unit of

28 Charged atom

29 Sea bird
30 Wild ox (
31 Genuine
33 Follower

electricity

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48 Pseudonym of

Charles Lamb
49 Confederate

19 Brythonic sea 36 Mimicker 50 loor covers

37 Talking birds 33 ixote in
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NEW DELHI. India. Jan. 27
,VP) Most of India celebrated
the sixth anniversary of the found founding
ing founding of the Indian Republic yester yesterday
day yesterday with colorful parades, music
and folk dancing.
Only In Cuttack, capital of
Orissa state, did the ceremonial
torches remain unlighted, the tra traditional
ditional traditional lines of parade elephants
chained to their stalls.
Republic Day remained a day

of mourning in Cunack. scene of
anti-government rwtmg durm the
past week that resuHeJ m ozens
of deaths. The day was proclaim proclaimed
ed proclaimed a solemn memorial to rioters
willed by polite dining the dem demonstrations.
onstrations. demonstrations. The anti-government Council of
Action'1 issued a statement de denouncing
nouncing denouncing the regime of Prime
Minister Jawarhalal .Nehru.
Over most of India, However, a
general antagonism toward Nehru
policies gave way to the holiday
spirit.
More than 1.000.000 people in
New Delhi and coontless thou thousands
sands thousands in neighboring villa ges
turned out for parades, dancing an

other merry-maKing.
A spectacular parade in

Dtihi as led bv Fre:?,t T.t'f
dra Prasa.i, wh. later me.vei
salute from mulUry xtUvka a;
members of the armed forces.

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Iakc advance appointraenls
for our Regular Servicing. .

THE UNITED STATES NAVAL RESERVE, Harb

unit in the Canal Zone, received its papers of
this week. Receiving the paper from Capt. Ge
Staff, Is Lt. Comdr. Frank Malavasic, USNR,
on in the back row are (.left to right) Lt. H. B.
Naval Reserve, Lt. (jg) P. Reaune, USNR, Lt.

and Comdr. J, W. Purcell, USN, assistant Chief
as part of an all-over Navy plan to keep reser
merits and techniques of the Navy.

Osteopath Treats Accused Slayer

For Leg Infection After Escape

PRINCETON, Ind.'; Jan. 27 (UP)
A Kentucky osteopath disclosed
today that he treated Leslie Irvin
for a leg infection the night after
the accused slayer of six persons
broke out of jail here.

Irvin, 30, condemned to die for
(me of the killings, escaped Jan.
18.-. .. .. v .

The osteopath, who declined use

of his name because he said he
feared for his life, told authorities

Irvin came to his western Ken Kentucky
tucky Kentucky home twice the night of Jan
1ST. v

He said he first begged off treat treating
ing treating Irvin, but the fugitive returned
six hours later. He said the sec

ond time they both searched each

other for weapons, but found none,
and he treated the infection.
The osteopath said he fed Irvin
breakfast and the killer patted
him on the shoulder and left with
these words:'
; "Thanks for everything. I'd pay
you if I had any money out I
haven't. I don't suppose I'll ever
ee you again." 4
The osteopath said tie knew
, Irvin from photographs and be because
cause because he once picked him up as
hitchhiker several years age.
He said he notified the county
sheriff after Irvin's first visit but
was afraid to do so after the sec second.
ond. second. County authorities confirmed
the call. They said they investi investigated
gated investigated but found no trace of Irvin
in the area,
Irvin. was being sought in New
Jersey after a Paterson, N. J.,
tavern owner told police that the
escaped mass killer visited his
- bar for "a couple of beers" .last

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James Hausentold police that
two men, entered the bar shortly
after 10 p.m. and stayed for

awhile. After they lett, ne saia, ne
spotted Irvin's picture in a tabloid
and rpeounized him .positively as

being one of the-customers.

Hauser telephoned ponce, wno
immediately notified FBI agents.

The ta"ern owner s repon inten intensified
sified intensified a search in the metropolitan
area whirh hegan when a waitress

in St. Louis received a letter

postmarked Brooklyn, N.Y.(j on
Jan. 22 signed by a person identi-

tying nimseu a '".

Cristobal Baptist

Church To Hold
Revival Services

The First Isthmian Baptist

Church of Cristobal will begin
two weeks of revival meetings

on Sunday, wren ut. v. x. uos
ev nf the VS. as evaneellst.

Dr. Dossey holds the second
highest post among Southern

Baptists m tne iieia oi evangei
Ism v

Arrangements are being made

by the pastor oi tne cnurcn,
Rev. S. A. Scarlett, to cope with
overflow crowds.

The following services a r e
scheduled:
Sunday, 10 a.m. Sunday School
with a new approach. New

scholars will be enrolled. 11 a m,
Revival meetine. Evan, elist Dr

C, Y. Dossey. 6 p.nWTrainlng

union, v p.m.Kevivai service.

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Mental towel racks In color .. 5.95
Metal shoe racks ...... 5.95
Chronlum plated tie racks ... 3.95
Alustable -metal rods for
closets 1.95

SECOND FLOOR

We ore unpacking

Plastic garment bags lor

expensive dresses

77,

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' New shipment of "MIRRO"
pots and pans
Covered pots 2.23
Frying pans ........ ...v..... 2.50
Sause pan l.Ofli
Electric corn popper'..,.'....'.. 8.95
Pancake griddle 3.75
Special omelet pan .......... 2.95

See the beautiful
. BALERINA dish ware
in modern colors
Fine quality dish
cloths 0.35
Dish washing rags 0.25
Quality linen
. tablecloths in colors 5.50
Ateeo. lcine sets ...... 5.95
Cookie press 7.95

HO;-

CUY NOW ON THE

ECO FLCOH? nilll AVCUi

or Defense Division, a newly established Reserve

commissioning at the Fifteenth Naval District

oree D. Roullard, USN tieit), acting vniei oi
commanding officer of the new unit. Looking
Mulder, USNR, administrative assistant for

R. Brown, USNR executive officer of the group,

of Staff for Personnel. The unit was iormea
ve personnel up to date on the latest improve improve-j
j improve-j (Official U.S. Navy Photo)

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TV's first ccn:p!:te rc-styllng!?

NEW "HIGH-AND-EASY" TUNING!
3 convenient way to dial standing up!
NEW "4-PLUS" PICTURE PERFORMANCE!

High-priced picture quality in low-priced sets

only by RCA Victor'.

NEW ."FRONT WINDOW' CHANNEL INDICATOR?
Lets you see your channel faster and more
clearly than ever before! It's illuminated.. .i'."
NEW BALANCED FIDELITY SOUND! y
Re-creates the entire range of sound sent out by ;
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TTT2 PANAMA AMERICAN AN INBErEXLTNT HAILT NEWSrArnt
miDAY. JANUARY 27. 15:3
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UBRERIA PRECIADO
1 SUtt No. 13
Agendas Internal, do Publicacione
hm J Ulterjr fliza
CASA ZALDO
tuuii vt.
LOURDES PHARMACY
14 U Carrafguilla
FARMACIA LOMBARDO
It "V Btrl
MORRISON
itM at Jul; Av t it.
LEWIS SERVICE
avi Tivcii No. 4
FARMACIA ESTADOS UNIDOS
14) lentil) Avcdu
FARMACIA LUX
ilt Cmtitl Aveao
HOUSEHOLD EXCHANGE
1 ft it U Ov Ave. S U
FOTO DOMY
Juit Aro.-wu Ave and 13 St
FARMACIA VAN-DER-DIJS
S) Street No. S3
FARMACIA EL BATURRO
fa.yiM Lefetrt T Street
FARMACIA "SAS"
Via Porru 111
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V F.spafta Ave.
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COMMERCIAL &
i PROFESSIONAL

CAVAL ZONE POLYCLINIC
DENTAL-MEDICAL
Dr. C. C Fibf Or. It. AvHj Jr.
0 D S. Geretw I'Biversitj ) M l
Tlvell 4th ef July) Ave., No 2IA21
(opposite Anren School Plii.viroand)
Tel. 2-H Panama.
RETIREMENT. LIFE
EDUCATION INSURANCE
jm at doe
.... "-
Phone Panama 2-055i
iin.ii.wwwiwii.i nww IWWtHWT1-
TRANSPORTS BAXTER. S A,
. Shipoer Movon-
j?."" -245 z-2562-
Learn Ridincj of
PANAMA RIDING SCHOOL
Riding & Jumping clote doilv
3 to 5 p.m. Phone 1-Vlii
' or bf appointment.
We shape Vour Figure''
BODi-REUUClNfl
' T famous MrLevy MachinM
Swedish Message Sleam Bath
for male and female
ORTEPEDIA IACIONAL
(Dr. Scholia)
58 Justo Arowniena -- Ph. 3-22 II
HARNETT & DUNN
BALLROOM DANCE STUDIO
TEACH KS UNTIL YOU LEARN"
Balboa: 2-4239 or Pan.: 3-1860
Studio El Panama Hotel
fiidwife Elcock
Dies In Hospital;
Funeral IcmonoYi
Funeral services will bu held
tomorrow for the late Mrs. Do Do-Hores
Hores Do-Hores Elcock, who died at the
-Santo Tomas Hospital yesterday
morning following an illiiess of
several weeks.
The body will be transferred
from the Santo Tomas Hospital
Morgue at 1 p.m. to the Pan Panama
ama Panama Wesley an Methodist
Church until the hour schedul scheduled
ed scheduled for the services which will
be conducted by. the Rev. Wil William
liam William M. Armstrong.
The deceased, who was a mem member
ber member of Court Mizpah Lodse No.
198, A.O.P. was born in Brook Brooklyn,
lyn, Brooklyn, N.Y.,' 51 years ago and was
brought to the Ithmus at an
early age. She catered to a large
ectlon of the community as a
licensed midwife until sidelin sidelined
ed sidelined by illness several weeks ago.
Burial will take place at the
Amador Cemetery, following the
last rites in the Church which
mill begin at 4 o'clok.
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CHARLES E. REIO, Quartermaster employe at Atlantic Supply
Point, Fort Davis, receives a certificate for loyal service signed
by all military and civilian employes of the Atlantic Supply
Point. Reid is retiring after 22 years of US Government Service.
'' Col. Robert t. Harlce. OIC Atlantic SuddLv Point, in nresent-

I- i lie certificate,' jstateeh thtrt

s i vice was a credit to the Quartermaster Corns, but even more.

i :"- cheerful words and broad smile when meeting people helped

h.Jiie -the organization a far more pleasant place in jvhich
to work.

FOR RENT
Apartment

ATTENTION G. I.I lust built
modern (urniihed aaartmanti, I,
2 bedioomi, hoi, cold wafer.
Phono Panama 3-4941.
FOR RENT t Two larso rooms,
apartment in new building: hot
water, neatly finished. Arenida
Jose Fco do la Ossa (Automobile
Row) in front Firestone. Ricar Ricar-do
do Ricar-do A. Miro, S.A., Phone 2-3436.
FOR RENT: Two modern 2 2-bedroom
bedroom 2-bedroom apartmenti in recently
built beautiful building. Exclu Exclusive
sive Exclusive location Call 2-3397 or 3-
6807.
FOR RENT: Apartmonts; One
has 2 bedroomi, living room,
dining room, kitchen, porch,
bathroom; the other hai ont in independent
dependent independent room, chalet style,
kitchen, porch, bathroom. Fur Furnished
nished Furnished or unfurnished. Via Por Por-ras
ras Por-ras No. 64. Phone 3-1863.
fOi RENT: Furnished apart,
ment with living room, dining
room and three bedrooms, in
Bella Vitta district, near trans transportation
portation transportation to downtown. Market
and drugstore half a block'. Tele Telephone
phone Telephone 3-1927.
FOR RENT: Large, cool, mod modem
em modem 2-bedroom furnished apart apartment
ment apartment with maidvi room and bath,
3 large balconies, beautiful view,
I March to 1 June. North Amer American
ican American neighbors. Phone 3-0327.
FOR RENT: Furnished apart apartment,
ment, apartment, jll comforts, Army in inspected.
spected. inspected. Via Espana, house be before
fore before Juan Franco.
FOR RENT: Pleasant, cool 3 3-bedroom
bedroom 3-bedroom apartment. Half a block
from Union Club. $80. Call Eal Eal-boa
boa Eal-boa 1441.
FOR RENT: Large furnished a a-partment,
partment, a-partment, one couple or two.
American neighbors, 48th Street
No. 27, apartment No. 2.
FOR RENT: Unfurnished apart apartment,
ment, apartment, two bedrooms, two baths,
maid's room, sitting-dining room,
porch, garage, $100, at Bella
Vista, N. Obarrio Street No. 23.
See De Castro, AvenuevB't No.
9-42. Phone 2-1616 Panama.
Italian Signs Up
For Mars Trip
Around 2060 A.D.
LONDON, Jan. 27 (UP) A
pretty girl iit a space suit tried to
sign up the International Federa Federation
tion Federation of Travel Agencies tonight
for a travel aacnts' conveniion on
Mars say In the year 2060 A.D.
Pretty Anne Rose-Miller, employ
ed by international Services.. Un..
a London travel firm, handed the
invitation to Emilio Bucchesi, Ital Italian
ian Italian president of the federation
which is holding its annual con convention
vention convention here., ,
- Lucchesl accepted the Invitation.
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MISCELLANEOUS

ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS
BOX 2031. ANCON. CI.
BOX 1211. CRISTOBAL. C.Z.
FOR SALE
Automobiles
FOR SALE: Busito -Chevrolet,
eicellent condition Bargain. 8th
Street, Melendei B020, Apt. 7,
4 p.m. week days.
FOR SALE: 1956 Chevrolet
new Deluxe Six 4-door, white
sidewall tires. Omphroy Auto Auto-Supply.
Supply. Auto-Supply. FOR SALE: 1950 4-door Hud Hudson,
son, Hudson, like new, duty paid, radio.
Phone 2-3550 er 2-1235.
WANTED
li
ouseg
WANTED: National Distillers
executive and wife, no children,
requires 3 -bedroom house, pref preferably
erably preferably in El Cangrejo. Call 3 3-4729,
4729, 3-4729, Panama City.
Wanted to Buy
WANTED TO BUY: Scrap lead.
We pay 6 cents per pound. Hoja Hoja-lateria
lateria Hoja-lateria Panama, Phone 3-6122.

WINDERS OF CASH INCENTIVE AWARDS received their checks from Gov, J. S. Seybold In his office this week at Balboa
Heights. From left to right are: Ralph K. Skinner, of the Accounting Policy and Proceedure Staff; Mablor D. Davis, of the
Accounting Division; William M. Reynolds, of the Locks Division; Charles T. Jackson, of the Marine Bureau; John Montayne,
of the Accounting Division; Bennett O. Tipton, of the Cristobal Port Captain's Office; Elmer Hack, of the Police Division: Be-'
bold, and John D. Hollen, chief of the executive planning staff and chairman of the Incentive Awards Committee.

8 PCers Get
John -A. Spalding
To Be. Ordained
Al Christ Church
TTnlsmnal Hisrmn T? tt p h r

Gooden, will be on the Atlantic Bennett G. Tipton, supervisory
Side tomorrow morning to ad-!aclnlstrative assistant In the
vance another young Panamanian I office f the Cristobal Port Cap Cap-to
to Cap-to the priesthood. tain; John Montayne, chief of

m. , i
. 5 .:.?!rve of .,orlinat10!1 M 1
suneumea ior gtwcsf ana win
hp h.irt t r.hrit rhnrnh Ru.t.ho
c.:.T.u ": .v: :. r J-"

e"j w" ,! "''Ueau; Mahlor D. Davis, account-

'... Tr "I"
mdMiAAvm tiam thX
KM, & lfTv, p"

cific t Berkelev Cal and was dr0 Mlguel Locks; JosePh H
ordained S the diaconate in New Youn lock Perator
YoTbttok mS&tot m. at Pedro M1euel: Elmer J-Ha.
Yortc Detore returning to tne istn- supervisory clerical assistant
Bishop Gooden will be assisted hth :5?"tt;0,iJ
in the ceremonies by his clergy. Skinner publications
The senior priest of the diocese, aSd ocedSre Staff 8 Policy
the Ven, Euward J. Coooer, now nrrfceS ' tv,-,
92 will present the candidate for L&i "PlJS?1 Pela'"
ordination. Father Copper is form- "eck f J!00owa? f ,lven h!
er rector of the parish, and has award for, 3 suggestion, -ttMt
made his home in Guatemala "se, f f. f oat,3 or- caineia at
since retiring from active service e Cristobal piers be discon discon-in
in discon-in 194?. He returned especially to tinuK:d th,USx P11'11? the
participate in the ceremonies and Problem of docking of many
is the guest of Dr. and Mrs. Veri'sh Ps and the savin5 of a con
Prier at their home in New Cris- siderable amount of money in
tobal repairs and personnel.
- The Ven. Mainert J. Peterson Montayne received an award
Archdeacon fo Colon and- present f 7 fr nls suggestion of a
recor of Christ Church, will revised inventory activity sheet
preach the sermon for the occa- which -will enable the Office of
sion. Other clergymen participat- the Comptroller to conserve a
ing will be the Rev. Henry A. number of man-hours per
Blake, the Very Rev. M. Richa'd month.
MacDonald.'the Ven. Lemuel B. Jackson was awarded $35 for
Shirleyr the Revs. John Spear, a proposed change In the pre pre-Milton
Milton pre-Milton A. Cookson. Clarence W. sent system of abstracting ship
Hayes, Nolan G. Akers,. J. Kim- conditions reports In the Fort
ball Renew, and William W. Bald- Captain's Office.
wiiU---i, I A check for $25 went to Davis
For the eucliarist llie'5fissa ; for TilsSUfrjP?tion"to -eliminate
Marialis'" will be sung by t h e unnecessary account coding on
Christ Church Choir Guild, with' Commissary individual invoices.
Handel K. Lawson at the organ. Reynolds received a check, for

FOR SALE
Miscellaneous

PANAMA CANAL COMPANY
OFFERS MISCELLANEOUS
ITEMS FOR SALE
Sealed bids, for opening in pub public,
lic, public, will be received until 10:30
a.m., February 3, 1956, in the
office of Superintendent of Store Storehouses,
houses, Storehouses, Balboa, for air blower,
refractory bricks, clamshell buck bucket,
et, bucket, hand drill, light generators,
parts for New Home sewing ma machine,
chine, machine, power lawn mowers, light lighting
ing lighting plant, centrifugal and dia diaphragm
phragm diaphragm pump s, road roller, :
creed, cablesplicer trailers, lad ladder
der ladder for truck and winches locat located
ed located at Cristobal Storehouse, tele telephone
phone telephone 3-1265; stacking convey conveyor
or conveyor located at Pier 10, Cristobal,
telephone 3-1609; Caterpillar
tractor faceted at Mt. Hope Dis Disposal
posal Disposal Dump, telephone 3-2373;
and parti for earth handling :
equipment located at : Section
''B," Balboa Storehouse, tele telephone
phone telephone 2-2379. Invitation No.
222 may be obtained from the
above sources, or from office of
Superintendent of Storehouses,
telephone 2-1815.
FOR SALE; Sohmer console
spinet piano and bench, excel excellent
lent excellent condition, color black. Cost
new $930. for sale $650. Tele Telephone
phone Telephone Balboa 2896.
FOR SALE: Steinway piano in
perfect condition. Quick -sale,
leaving country. Calf 3-3587
Panama,'''
FOR SALE: Hallicrafter model
S-38-C radio receivers House
801 4-B, Margarita (near gal
itation).
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Cash Incentive Awards

rash lncpntivn mvarrls ramrJi
ing from $15 to $200 were given
out to eight Canal organization
employes by Gov. J. S. Seybold
iu a apcuiui ceremony neia mis
week in his office at Balboa
Heights.
Employes whose suggestions
were accepted by the Incentive
Awards Committee and adopted
oy tne uanal organization were:
tne methods and relief asslen.
ment staff of the Acountina U
vision1 Charles T Jaclrsnn nrl
v'. V .' V"au e? acKson, aa-
ministrative oincer. Marine Bu
m th .the Accounting Divl-
lonWilUam M. Reynolds, fore
manXock operator wireman, Pe

FOR SALE
Household

FOR SALE: Various household
items. Phone 2-1514. 5512-B,
Diablo.
FOR SALE: 1 vanity-dresser, 1
chest of drawers, I wardrobe. AH
the latest styles. Alio I new ra radio
dio radio Phone 923-J Colon. Cristo Cristobal
bal Cristobal 3-3123.
FOR SALE: Large almost new
baby carriage $20. 2-2426.
FOR SALE: Singer foot sewing
machine $40, because buying
Necchi Call Panama 3-4383.
FOR SALE
Real Estate
FOR SALE: Attractive residence
near Santa Clara Beach and prox proximities
imities proximities Casino: lots of trees cap capacity
acity capacity for twelve pewons. Reason Reasonable
able Reasonable price.. Phone 3-00J9 be between
tween between 8 a.m. and 5 p.m.
FOR SALE: 14 small lots of
land at Monte Oscuro, all or sep separate,
arate, separate, Easy payment. Agcncias
Thomas, 259 Central Ave. (Ca (Ca-Itdonial
Itdonial (Ca-Itdonial
FOR SALE. Lovely chalet in El
Valle: 3 bedrooms and 2 bath bathrooms,
rooms, bathrooms, fireplace. Very reason reasonable.
able. reasonable. Can be inspected Jan. 28
and Jan. 29. Phone Balboa 2 2-2373
2373 2-2373 for appointment.
FOR SALE: Three concrete ful fully
ly fully furnished chalets. Electricity,
water, 1 and Vi miles from
check station in Arraijan, right
aide. Pan American Highway.
Sign at entrance.
it
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IWsl ,)Wnov6i
$25 for proposals which will re result
sult result in the Improvement of the
machine panels oh the Locks.
A check for $25 was given to
Young, of the Locks Division,
for his suggested improvement
m locomotive shoe ploy main maintenance.
tenance. maintenance. Hack was elven an award $15
for suggesting that "do not
crush" slips be attached to such
items as eggs, grapes, and ba
nanas when beine packed by
sales girls in the commissaries.
A 15 check also went to Skin
ner for his proposal that the
Panama Canal Information
Booklet be distributed to U, S
college students from the Canal
Zone,;,
Overdue Book
Back At Library.
93 Years Late
HINESBURG, Vt.. Jan. 27
(UP)The library reported to today
day today the return of the leather leather-bound
bound leather-bound "Essay on the Life of
George Washington, overdue
since 1862.
Published In 1807, the work of
Author Aaaron Bancroft which
found Its way back to the li library,
brary, library, would cost the borrower
$650 at the rate of 2 cents a
day.
By Telephone
Imropfliate Coveraee
"Dial ranaiiia"2-5!J0!J7
FRED IU DDLESTON

RESORTS

GramlictVt Santa Clara Beach
; Cottages. Modern conveniences,
moderate rates. Phone Gamboa
6-441.
FOSTER'S COTTAGES. One mile
past Casino. Lew rotes. Phone
Balboa 1866,
PHILLIPS Oceanside Cottage,
Santa Clara. Box 435, Bolboa.
Phone Panoma 3-1877. Cristo Cristobal
bal Cristobal 3-1673.
Shrapnel's furnished heusts en
beach at Santa Clara. Telephone
Thompson, Balboa 1772.
Position Offered
WANTED: Experienced bilin bilingual
gual bilingual ttcnographer, diversified
duties for American company.
Send resume including salary de desired
sired desired to Box 705, Panama.
WANTED: Typist stenogra stenographer,
pher, stenographer, bilingual, with references.
Apply from 1 1 a.m. on at Cia.
Atlas, S.A., Ave. A No. 6-09.
WANTED: Young bilingual
male bookkeeper-tvpist, experi experienced.
enced. experienced. American firm. Send re relume
lume relume including salary desired to
Box 705 Panama.
WANTED: Salesman helper
with references and driver'i li license
cense license for Panama and C. Z.
Write to Box 842 Panama.
Help Wanted
WANTED: Cook with refer refer-.
. refer-. ences. Must sleep in. 45th Street
No, 30, upstairs. :
Mexico Fei.5 To Act
On Parole Petition j
For Trolsky's Slayer
MEXICO CITY. Jan. 27 (UP)
Mexican authorities were ac accused
cused accused today of failing to act on
a parole petition made 18
months ago by the assassin of
Leon Trotsky.
Lawyers. for Jacques Mornard
confessed slayer of the Bolshe Bolshevik
vik Bolshevik leader,' said they would seek
a' court Injunction to obtain
"immediate parole."
The lawyers said the Interior
ministry's failure to act on the
petition violated Mornard's con constitutional
stitutional constitutional rights,
Mornard, middle-aeed Com
munist who has been in prison
since 1940 when he killed Trot Trotsky
sky Trotsky with an alpenstock, became
eligible for parole two years ago
after completing two-thirds of
a zu-year sentence.
Chicago Police
Seek Teenage
Ccp Killer
CHICAGO, Jan. 27 (-UP) -All
available detectives were calls!
today to hunt down the teen-age
killer of a veteran policeman who
was shot during a routine checkup
at a Negro jazz spot.
It was the second time a Chica Chicago
go Chicago teen-atfer had killed within 24
hours. Mayor Richard J. Daley
called an emergency meeting of
top officials yesterday to stop the
latest outbreak of "wolf pack"
terrorism.
Lyons Kelleher, 53, a veteran of
23 years on the force, was slain
last night after he stormed a boy
having the jazz spot and aaked j
mm. where are you goinu?
The boy drew a revolver and
fired four shots in1o Kelleher" s
cliestnie"nicn"hir!c(t on KpI'w KpI'w-her's
her's KpI'w-her's partner, William DorrU,', 38,
and shot him in the right hand.

FOR RENT

R
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FOR RENT: Small bedroom fur fur-niY.ed
niY.ed fur-niY.ed for single person. Apply
personally to Cu'a Avenue No.
38-29, next to Comisariate Don
Bosco.
FOR RENT: Furnished large
bedroom for bachelor, private
bathroom, private entrance, all
ecreened. Phone 3-1648.
FOR RENT
Miscellaneous
FOR RENT: Spacious locale,
ground. Juste Arosemcna Ave Avenue
nue Avenue No. 37-11. Inquire 37th
Street No. 4-23.
FOR RENT: MODERN locale,
recently built, suitable for store,
office. Facing National Stadium.
Phone 3-6168, Mr. Akidet Gar Garcia
cia Garcia Correa

Just arrived from Switzerland
WATCHMAKER EXPERT PROFESSOR
will repair any kind of watch,
completely- guaranteed.
NAT MENDEZ Jewelry
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FOR RENT: Chalet, 3 bed bedrooms,
rooms, bedrooms, hot water, Bella Vista,
Phone Ft. Clayton 6110 office
hour, after Curundu 5118.
FOR RENT Modern chalet, 3
bedrooms, maid's room, 2 porch porches,
es, porches, living room, dining room,
garage. Phone 2-2260
FOR RENT: Spaciouf 3-bed-room
house, bathroom, living
room, dining room, kitchen,
maid's room, garage, yard. 14th
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COMPARING the January agenda of activities planned for
servicemen at the Balboa YMCA and Fort Kobbe's Service Club
are sea.ed, left to right, William Scofield, new program director
of the fMCA; Mrs. Dorris B. Caldwell, Fort Kobbe Service Club
directOi-, and Arnold Hodgson, YMCA executive, secretary. The
group met for the purpose of discussing mutual problems and
to map out future cooperative and exchange programs put on
by boih organizations. Looking on, left to right, in rear, are
Lt. Anthony Kiernam and Capt. Elmer J. Gainok, Post assistant,
, i and Special service of licers. respectively.

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HOLLYWOOD (NEA) Close Close-ups
ups Close-ups and Longshots: Slide, Kelly,
slide for the isolation bootm
It's your only chance for privacy.
Love and marriage may be a
private affair, but the engagement
of Grace ("It's a personal matter")
Kelly to Prince Rainier III is be becoming
coming becoming about as personal as a kiss
in front of a movie camera.
Night club and TV comics have
shelved Davy Crockett and Lib Libera
era Libera ce for future Serene Highness
and the man from Monaco.
Laughing it up as" Casanova on
a TV rehearsal, Red Skelton an answered
swered answered a "Good evening, your
grace" line with an ad libbed:
"I'm not Grace. She and the
Prince will be here later."
Paramount's busy laughing over
the "teaming." of Grace, Crosby
and Hope in "The Road to Mon Monaco,"
aco," Monaco," and Ann Sothern's press
agents are busy saying she'll fall
in love with a prince in her new
telefilm series to be filmed in
Europe.

It s "Monaco Mink on a sign
in a Los Angeles furrier's win

dow, and it s To Catch a Prince
instead of "To Catch a Thief" on
a Santa Anna theater marquee.

From London in a CBS broad broadcast,
cast, broadcast, Hoawrd K. Smith dubbed
Grace "the girl who SAVED the
bank at Monte Carlo," and when
a movie queen walked into a fur

designer s salon it was:

"Show m something In mink

that ( can wear for formal occa

lions likt Grtct Ktlly's cor

onation."

,A Hollywood press agent with

a swank new Jaguar is planning to

have some lun on a Hollywood

freeway with a' license plate sign
labeled "Monaco" and decorated
with a crown. And all the glamor
girls, says Dan Duryea, have

turned Kelly green with envy.

"It's bigger than both of us,

Ratny."

You'll soon be saying it, your

highness.
THIS IS HOLLYWOOD, Mrs

Jones'. That questionable wartime

Honolulu bar and dance hall which

Jane Russell fronts in "The Re

volt of Mamie Stover" has become
a place "where servicemen and

girls go for watered down drinks

and small talk.

June Lang, still a beauty, is.

coming out of retirement after di-. Baker Street." The censors said
vorclng William Morgan of thelit was perfectly all right, in this
Chicago bank family. She's hiredlcasc, because Johnson plays a
an agent for movie and TV. work.lbhnd man.

i Insiders say all that expen- welcome home note: rox is rc-

sive jewelry Joan Collins is wear- decorating Marilyn Monroes
ing is from Arthur Lowe, Jr. . J dressing room, which was used by

Joan's kid sister, 18-y c a r-oldLana Turner and Jane Russell dur

ing her New York sit-down siriKe

Jackie, is in town for a film ca

reer, too.

Wonder if they'll junk that photo
of Joe DiMaggio that never has

It's together again, for Grouchoibeen removed from one wall?

and Chico Marx in Art Linklet-
ter's Jan. 29 TV spectacular on The Witnet: When Noel Coward
n I nMI. ..I. ...I 1 I mil A 1 1

Beveriy mis. un uie same snowiciosea nis iv sei uunug icueaf

Sheldon Leonard, the ex-movie
gangster who now directs Danny
Thomas' TV show, will play a
gangster trying to buy a home in
the famed residential district. He
gels the bum's rush in a howling

sequence.

EAR WITNESS: Marlon Brando's

dating Rita Moreno AND her girl

friend, Virginia Lcith . Oh. no.
Oh, .yes ... Girl friend Vera

sals of "Blithe Spirit," Red Skel Skelton
ton Skelton closed his set, too, with a sign
on the door reading: "Closed set.
We've got spirits, too."
Not in the Script: Frank Love Love-joy:
joy: Love-joy: "I guess I'm a failure. I
don't owe ANYTHING to the in income
come income tax department."

Fernando Lamas has his career
eunsights set on making the dolls

Miles undresses in the same room swoon as a romanctic warbler, His

with Van Johnson in "23 Paces to first recordings are due soon.

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CAR HITS HOUSE-ft's too bad that "No Parking" sign wasn't
standing in this living room sooner. It might have discouraged a
20-year-old youth from plunging his car into the room. None of
the four residents of the Fort Worth, Tex., home were injured, but
two walls were'eaved In and furniture was heavily damaged by
the crash. The young driver tried to leave the scene of the ac ac-fnt
fnt ac-fnt on foot, but poMce caught him and arrested him..

WOODWORK
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Shop Smith

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..Through the .courtesy, of SHOP SMITH Manu Manufacturers,
facturers, Manufacturers, Mr. Edward Young,. Factory Expert in
Woodwork Art will be in Panama to make expert
demonstrations in the use of SHOP SMITH and Ac
cessories.
SHOP SMITH SCHOOL STARTS:,
Monday, Jan. 30 Thru Friday
Location: To be announced shortly.
The public in general, Cabinet Makers and
Woodwork Hobbymen in particular, are very cordially
invited to, attend these demonstrations, and to ask
any questions in the use of SHOP SMITH and pro pro-duction
duction pro-duction of any WOODWORK ART.
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Col. James R. Burkhart. Com-'
manding Officer 903d AAA Bat-'
talion, has been nominated for
fall 1958 attendance at the Ar Army's
my's Army's Command and Geenial
Staff CollegtyFt. Leavenworth, I
Kansas. Burkhtirt is one of 516
officers selected by the 'Army,
for this senior service course,
designed to prepare capable o!-:
ficers for high leadership a-i
signments. s;
Burkhart entered the Army
in July, 1937. He servcl 15
months In Korea as CO. of the
1st Field Artillery Observation
Battalion, and three year3 with!
the Occupation in Japan as O-3
Officer, Far Eastern Command, i
Prior to oming to the Cnal
Zone, he was Acting Assistant1
Chief of Staff, O-l, the Artil-i
lerv Center. Ft. Sill. .Oklnhnmn

In USARCARIB his duties havei

included Assistant Chief -of:
Staff. O-l. 23d Infantrv nivl.i

slon, and concurrently, Execu-j
tive Officer of G-l Section!
USARCARIB. besides his present

command of the 903d AAA Bn.

Among his decorations Burk-1
hart includes th Rrnnzo Ktar

and the Army Commendation
Ribbon.

Both US Party
Caucuses To Be I
Telecast By ABC I
ilILADELPIIIA (UP) Both1
The Democratic and Republican na

heard over ABC television and
radio with the Philco Corp. as!
sponsor, it was announced today.

Uaymond B. George, vice presi president
dent president of merchandising for Philco,
and Robert E. Kinther. president
of the American Broadcasting Co.,
said the casts were expected to en enter
ter enter 30 million homes.

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ANNABELLE LEE RICHARD D. MEEHAN

ANNOUNCE ENGAGEMENT
Mrs. Mariano Gorris ef Panama and Mr. GlendaU R. Lee
of Curundu announce the engagement of their daughter An.
nabelle, to Ffc Richard D. Meehan, gon of CoL and Mrs. John
W. Meehan of Washington, p.C. A
Miss Lee graduated in 1953 from Saint Cecelia Academy
In Nashville, Tennessee. She is presently employed at Head,
quarters USARCARIB Fort Amador.
Pfc Meehan attended college at Valley Forge Military
. Academy at Waynes Pennsylvania. He is stationed with the
23 Military Police Company at Fort Clayton.

Pre-VVeddinir Parties ;

For Kayleen Vinton

Miss Kayleen Vinton, who win

become the bride of Frederic Kri-

sten Koepcke, Sunday afternoon at

the Luther Memorial Church in

Madison Wisconsin, was feted ear

lier this month with a shower giv

en by her Alpha Xi Delta sorority
sisters.
: Miss Vinton, who is the daugh daughter
ter daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Wil William
liam William Vinton of Balboa Heights, is
a senior in Speech Therapy at the
University of Wisconsin. She is a
member of Alpha Xi Delta social
sorority and Sigma Alpha Eta,
professional speech correction fra fraternity.
ternity. fraternity.
The brideeroora-elect is junior

at the University, majoring In Geo

logy. He Is a member of. m
eatlTheta fraternity.
Mr. and Mrs. Koepcke will be

hosts at their home tomorrow night

for a rehearsal buffet supper,
which will be attended by Mrs. Vin-

nton and her daughter Janeth, who

flew up to Wisconsin to attend
the wedding.
The couple have also been feted
by Professor and Mrs. Henry A.
Pochmann.
Gala Dance Will Celebrate :

ISO's 15th Birthday

day, i gala dance and program
has been planned at the USO-JWB
Ai med Forces Service Center Sun Sunday,
day, Sunday, from 8:00 p.m. to 11:00 p.m.
Music will be played by the po popular
pular popular George Miller's Combo. Spe Special
cial Special decorations and refreshments
have been planned.
Attending the Birthday Dance,
which will also honor those who
are celebrating birthdays this
month, will be the young ladies of
the USO-JWB Club, who have re received
ceived received invitations for the affair.
Sponsors for the evening are
Mr. and Mrs. Woodrow De Castro
and Mr. and Mrs. Henry Fidanque
of Panama Mr. and Mrs. Jack
Saltzman of Balboa, and CWO
George Hanlen, 7465th A. U. (En (Engineers)
gineers) (Engineers) Fort Clayton, and Mrs.
Hanlen.
A cordial invitation is extended
to military personnel and their
families to attend.
Wings To New York
Showing at YMCA
The free film showing at the
Balboa Y.M.C.A.-U.S.O. on Mon Monday
day Monday evening at 7:30 p.m. is about
Hawaii. In addition another movie
entitled "Wings to New York" will
also be shown.

These weekly showings are by

Airways and the public is conlal conlal-y
y conlal-y invited to attend.
Engaged Couple
Gnosis of Honor
Mr. and Mrs. Rafael A 1 e m a n

gave a dinner at their home Tues Tuesday
day Tuesday evening in honor of Miss Ele

na Stage and her fiance Marco a.

de Janon. whose marriage will

I take place tomorrow.

Tryouts Tonight
Far "Suds in Your Eve"

Tryouts will be held tonight at

7:30 n.m. at the-Theatre uuna

Playhouse In Ancon for the Guild's

next oroduction. a comedy -juas

in Your Eye," which will go into

rehearsal Feb. 1.

"Suds in Your Eye," which was
written by Jack Kirkland, has

parts for 22 actors, ranging in age
from sixteen to sixty. It will be

directed by Roy Glickenhaus.
Caribbean College Club
Visits Fort San Lorenzo

About 50 members of the Carib

bean and Canal Zone College

Clubs, and their guests, enjoyed
a most successful excursion to Fort

San Lorenzo last Saturday morn

ing. The visitors from the Pacific

Side were driven from Gatun Rail-

they were met by Lt. CoL Lexoy

M. Glodell of Fort Gulick.
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Mrs. V. L. Morris. Program

chairman, introduced Lt. Col. Glo- I
dell, who first gave a brief outline
of the various periods in the bisto-
ry of Fort San Lorenzo, and later I
enlarged on certain aspects of its I
development during a tour of the),
fortifications. Near the end of the I
tour, refreshments were served by
Mrs. W. Grady and her commit-1.
tee, assisted by members of the! I
nsATtCARTR School, who had set I

tables decorated with native
flowers.

Attractive Door
Prizes For Bazaar
Thp rnmmittee for St. Mary's

School Bazaar announces that the I
door prizes will be a telephone call I
tn th United States and a week

end for two at the Hotel El Pana Panama.
ma. Panama. -1

There will be many other attrac-l
tions and amusements at the baza- J

ar which will oe nem on ieu. oiu
and 4th 1 to 9 p.m. on the school
grounds in Balboa.
(Continued on fag 5)

LIZ SUAZO PROCLAIMED QUEEN Due to the resignation of
the other candidate for Queen, Julie Alvarado. the Carnival
Committee of Hotel El Panama has proclaimed lively Lizzie
Suazo, queen of the forthcoming festivities. Liz, a Balboa
High School graduate is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ram6n
. Suazo of Panama. v

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Scout News

GaesU At Hotel FanamonU :
Among the recent guests at the
Hotel Panamonle in coqucte- were
the following: Mrs. May P. Jacobs,
of Balboa. Mr. John D. Maylos ot:
Panama. Mr. Max R. Stentpel ot;
Tanama. Miss Sara Eoniberg, of!
Curundu. Mr. Tablo Duran, ot;
Panama. Mr. Edgar Garcia, of,
Panama. Mr. Edgar Hernandez,,1
of. Panama. Mr. A. G. Vega, of

Panama. Mr. and Mrs. wsus,
of Balboa Mr. Julio Vega, of Pa Panama.
nama. Panama. Mr. Alberto Lores, of Pa Panama
nama Panama Mr anrt Sir Frank Scott.

of Colon. Mr. and Mrs. Larry Ma-J
duro, of Panama. Mr. and Airs.,
Koy Icaza, of Panama.

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To Start at 1MC A I SO
The Spanish School at the Bal Balboa
boa Balboa Y.Ji.t'.A.-U.S.U. win oen sev several
eral several new courses in early Februa February.
ry. February.
Classes again Mill be taught by
Miss Marie del Pilar Vega, who
for several years, has taught
hundreds of residents of the Can Canal
al Canal Zone at the "Y.''
Evening classes for Beginners,
Intermediate and Advanced stud students
ents students will begin Feb.' 2 and will be
held on Monday and Thursday eve evenings.
nings. evenings. .
A special feature will be morn morning
ing morning classes oa Mondays, Tuesdays
and Thursdays beginning Feb. 9.
This is a special short course of
thirty lessons.
Information about these classes
are can be obtained by calling
Balboa 2839 or 2759 or registra registration
tion registration may be made directly at the
Y.M.C.A. v

tath notice lot Inclusion In thlt
' column should submitted in type typewritten
written typewritten Jorm and mailed to one o(
the box number listed dailj In "So "Social
cial "Social and Otherwise," delivered
by band to the office. Noticea ot
' meetings cannot be accepted by tele telephone.
phone. telephone.
Royal King George toUge No. 17
To Install Officers
The Hoval Kine Georce Lodse

IT I IT i V M Inn nill U'Ont I

tomorrow night for the purpose!
of installation of officers tor the j
year 1956. The ceremony -will take;
place in Morning Star Lodge Hall,!
beginning at 8 p.m. j
Those to be Installed are: Cyril;

G. Cumberbatch, worshiptui mast master
er master Livingston B. Reece, Deputy
Master Walter Graham, S. l.
Egbert N. Wetherborne, Secretary
James E. Kirton, Treasurer (re (reelected)
elected) (reelected) Wilfred B. Maynard, J.
D. and John Ro&ers, Tyler. Felix
A. Barrios. Thomas U. Sawyers
and Kenneth O. Blackman, trus trustees.
tees. trustees.
Members of the order on both
sides of the Isthmus arc invited
to attend the ceremony.

Ye$!Inghou$e Drops
Proceedings To Ban
Mm Pickelers
TRENTON'. N.J., Jan. 27 (UP)
The Westinghouse Electric Corp.
halted proceedings for an injunc injunction
tion injunction to ban picketing by the strik striking
ing striking electrical workers today rath rather
er rather -than produce Westinghouse
President Gwilym A. Price in
court.
. Price, under order .to enter per personally
sonally personally a written statement tell telling
ing telling what the company has done to
end the 103-day strike, did not ap appear
pear appear when union counsel Sol
Kopelsohn of Newark called his
name.
Kopelsohn then presented the
court stenographer a statement
for the record which stated:
"We do not feel Price's absence
is justified or legal, but is a will willful
ful willful flouting of the order of this
court."
Superior Court Judge C. Thomas

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"SUGARFOOT"

Ellis L. Fawtttt
Honortd At Jamboree
The International Boy Scouts of
the Canal Zone paid signal honor
to President Eawceit during its
three-day Annual Camporee held
at Camp Bierd, Canal Zone, from
Friday to Sunday Jan. 20 to 22,
by naming the camp site after

him conspicuously displaying the
following sign painted in bold let

ters at the entrance of the camp
site: "WELCOME TO CAMP EL ELLIS
LIS ELLIS L. FAWCETT" named after
a man who has not only served
the International Boy Scout organ organization
ization organization for two consecutive terms,
but who also has contributed im immensely
mensely immensely to our youth and local
rate community in general."
The 3-day outdoor activity was
an overwhelming success with 326
boys and leaders representing ev

ery unit of the organization, oc

cupying 108 tents, displayed their
skill in scoutcraft, playing games
and enjoyed the exhilarating at atmosphere
mosphere atmosphere of nature in all its beau beauty
ty beauty and loviness. The leaders took
meticulous care for the comfort of
every boy who participated in the

entire program. Under the super supervision
vision supervision of Troop No. 12, a "trading
post" was set up where soft drinks

and home-made pastry was avail

able at all times.
Prior to breaking up camp on
Sunday evening meritorious awards

of ribbons and insignias were pre

sented to the successful patticip patticip-ants
ants patticip-ants in scout skill competition with
Troop No. 1 taking first place and
Troop No. 13 runner-up.
The program attracted many dis distinguished
tinguished distinguished visitors to the camp
site among whom were Major Ra

mos Pastor and Lt. Rodriguez of

the National Guardia of Colon.
Judge Pedro Martin of the Colon
District Court, Dr. Aurelio Loptz
of Colon, Sgt. Cooper and Officer
LaPorta of the Cristobal Police
Division, Chief, W. H. Casswell of
the Cristobal Fire Division, Prin Principal
cipal Principal Owen D. Shirley of the Rain Rainbow
bow Rainbow City Latin American School
and Mrs. Shirley and others.
The entire program, which was
carried out in accordance with
preskcribed national and internat internat-al
al internat-al standards, was run by a "Gen "General
eral "General Staff" headed by the follow following:
ing: following: Romeo -G. Miller. D.C. camp
Chief; James A. Hassocks, S. C,
asst. camn chief: Daniel T. Foster,

C.C., executive officer; Raymond
George, G., S.C., asst. exec, offic
Dudley Woodman, A.D.C., P r o g g-ram
ram g-ram Director; Pear! E. Ford, D.
C, Asst. program director; Ever Ever-ald
ald Ever-ald B. Walker, N.C.t chief quarter quartermaster;
master; quartermaster; William Arthur, Ch.P.&
A.C., chief, health and safety;
David Stanley, G. S.M., spiritual
guidance; Juan Lopez, camporee
scribe; Frank Stewart, Asst. camp camporee
oree camporee scribe. Vernol A, Laing, Sr.,
G.S.M., and Ivr. R. Evering, S.
,M., were chair.ien oi" program and
events and camp standard and
games respectively.
Schcttino was not present. Judge
Schettino previously stated that
his presence was not necessary
for the taking of the deposition
bv Price.

The deposition by Price was to.

have laid part of a foundation lor
a full hearing on the injunction
matter here on Jan. 30.
Westinghouse attorneys fought
the order for Price to appear un until
til until the last possible moment 'yes 'yesterday
terday 'yesterday when a Judge of the Sup

erior Court, denied the application!

tp void the order. i
The company said it would rath-i
er drop the case to ban picketing!
at the violence-torn lamp division
plant here rather than "jeopar-i
dize collective bargaining negotia negotiations
tions negotiations which alone can settle the!
strike.' I

Senate Committee To Call
For 'Two-Price Farm Plan

WASHINGTON', Jan. 27 (UP)
Chairman Allen J. Ellender pre pre-j
j pre-j dieted today the Senate Agricul Agriculture
ture Agriculture Committee will call for a one one-'year
'year one-'year trial run of a "two price"

ifarm plan, with this year's rice

i crop as tne "guiea pig."
t His forecast came as Sen. Wal Walter
ter Walter F. George (D-Ga.) a leading
'Southern Democrat, gave his full
j support to a drive to restore 90
per -cent of parity price supports
on the five "basic farm crops.

Ia an interview with The United

New Books

Shipwreck and disaster, endur endurance
ance endurance and battle, mystery and muti mutiny,
ny, mutiny, heroism and cowardice, all,
have their places in "Sea Fights
and Shipwrecks," a collection of
18 tales of men and ships in stress,
placed In circulation this week by
the Canal Zone Library.
The book was written by Han-;
son W. Baldwin, military editor
of the New York Times, a Pulitz Pulitzer
er Pulitzer Prize winner and one of the best best-known
known best-known and most highly respected
analysts of the military and naval
scene in America. He Is the auth author
or author of eleven bioks, the most re recent
cent recent of which is "Great Mistakes
of the War."
The Pnmnlete'list ofbooks. their

titles and authors, released by the

Library tms weeie ioiiows:
Non-fiction Christian Values and
Economic Life, National Council of
Churches; In and Out of the Andes,
Sister Maria del Rey; Heritage of
Conquest, Tax; The House on Nau Nau-ot
ot Nau-ot Marsh. Richardson: Your horse.

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Management, Mcciosney; jduuu
your own Summer Camp or Cabin,
Livingstone; Sea fights and Ship Shipwrecks,
wrecks, Shipwrecks, Baldwin; and Inside Afri Africa,
ca, Africa, Gunther.
Fiction -Papa's Wife, Bjorn
Murder Comes to Eden, Brown
Cash McCall, Hawley Andersonvil Andersonvil-le,
le, Andersonvil-le, Kantor A Charmed Life, Mc Mc-Carhty
Carhty Mc-Carhty and Compartment K, Beil Beil-ly.

Press, George predicted Congress
will vote a return to ?0 per cent
supports in effect during Demo Democratic
cratic Democratic administrations. The House
has approved such a bill to re replace
place replace the administration's "flex "flexible"
ible" "flexible" price support program.
The measure is before Ellen Ellen-der's
der's Ellen-der's committee which is expec expected
ted expected to okay it as part of a bigger
farm bill.
Ellender instructed his staff to
draw up a two-price plan for rice
to go into the overall bill. It would
apply to this year'a rice crop as
a trial of the plan proposed for
major crops.
Under Ellender'a plan, farmers
would be guaranteed 90 per cent
of the "fair-Drice" parity level for

the part of their 1956 rice crop

sold in this country, tuDa ana
Puerto Rico.
The rest would be available for
export at world market prices,
normally much lower than government-bolstered
prices here. The
government would, however, sup support
port support the expprt price at 50 per cent
of parity if necessary.
Backers of the plan said rice
farmers would get a higher aver average
age average price than under the, 75 per
cent supports they would get for
their entire crop under the cur current
rent current program. ;
Sen. Clinton P. Anderson (D (D-N.M.),
N.M.), (D-N.M.), former secretary of agri agriculture,
culture, agriculture, said the rice experiment
would give wheat farmers a "free
ride to see ii it works." Some
farm interests have Ion? urged
a similar two-price program for
wheats ; t
In another phase of the farm
program, Ellender has proposed
that his committee vote to let
Agriculture Secretary Ezra T.
Benson spend an additional $250
to $500 million to buy beef, pork
and other perishable foods when
necessary to bolster sagging
prices.
Sen. Hubert H. Humphrey (D (D-Minn.)
Minn.) (D-Minn.) backed this in a Senate
speech today. He said Benson
should be given up to $300 million
more for meat purchases "but
with cnogh strings attached to
keep it all from going to the packers."

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,Kadir, Empire Honey,
Persian Countess Top
Contenders In Sprint

Juan Franco Graded Entries

PJ. Horse
1st. Race

Jockey Wit COMMENT

ODDS

"G"

Imp. 1 Mile Purse $450.00 Pool closes 13:45

First Race of the Double

The Stud Miura's classy little Mossadeq, fresh
from his resounding victory over Empire Honey in
their match race last Sunday, will be seeking his
fifth consecutive triumph at the Juan Franco oval
-tomorrow afternoon in the featured $1000 seven-fur-;
long sprint for Classes "A" and "B" imported thor
oughbreds.

1 Y. Prince V. Castillo 113-Can handle this
2 Marianina E. Ortega 112 Not much rally
3 Gay Spot B. Baeza S7x-Might be sad
4 Discovery F. Godov M7 Tn-anrf.nutpr

v 5 (Moon Beam J. Rodgz. 115 Could score here

8 (Money Maker A. Mena 118 Last indicates

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Bowling Ball That Sizzles
Is Too Often Poor Mixer

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Editor: CONRADO SARCEANT

Claudio Endara's track champ

ionship claimant will be opposed

by his perennial rival Empire Hon Hon-,
, Hon-, ey along with Kadir, Persian Count-
-ess and Hipocrates.
This will be the third time in a
row that the Chileanbred four-year-old
chestnut son of Flexlon Flexlon-Damiani
Damiani Flexlon-Damiani will tote the maximum
burden of 12S pounds. However,
Mossadeq's favorite rider, King
Flores who piloted him to his last
four wins, will not be in the saddle
this time. Concepiion "Toche"

Ruiz has been assigned, to the

mount on the Luis H. Farrugia

' trained star.
Kadir, an impressive winner his
,,j?rtviou time out against Persian
Countess, Pippa Flynn, Albatross
i ,,"nd Hipocrates shapes up as
'Motiadeq't No. 1 contender. K K-;
; K-; dir, out of the money only once
1 in 4 starts in 1955, is apparent apparent-Jj
Jj apparent-Jj ly back in top form and could
upset Mossadeq.

Manuel Ycaza will have the kg
'I p on Kadir with Antonio Eskild-

! nsen s chestnut Argentine-bred get

winner here if he manages to get
home first. Guillermo Sanchez will,
as usual, ride the Cuadra Dona
Merce's black charger. Empire

Honey oas second highweight at

118.
Hipocrates shapes up as a pos pos-sible
sible pos-sible upsetter. This hirdrunning
Chilean-bred colt will tote only
97 pounds and will get the benefit
of rapidly improving B r a u II o
Baezas ride.

Recent .performances indicate
Mossadeq as the odds-on mutuels

choice and probable winner but the
handicapping of the race could

have a lot to do with the outcome

Ten other interesting races are

included on the program.

2nd. Race 'Special' Imp. 4'2 Fps Purse S.00.00 Pool closes 1:15
Second Race of the Double

1 White Abron B. Aguirre 108 Toss out recent
2 Le Sabre E. Dario 110 Nothing to date
3 --Malaga J. Adames 102x Rider handicaps
4 G. Buzzer J. Phillips 104 Nothing yet
5 Carraway R. Gomez 110 -Sharp mornings
6 Panzaretta G. Sanchez 113 -Last was revealing
7 Kensington M. Ycfza ins wili fight it out
8 Must Be E, Gutierrez 102x Depends when

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3rd. Race "H" Nat.

!i Frs. Purse $275.00 Pool closes 1:45
ONE TWO

1 Proton A.
2 Consentida J
3 Oklland V.

4 Go'den Pick
5 Golden Fun
B Little Blue
7 Uyuyuy

VAsnuez 111 Must be regarded
Phillips 112 Appears threat
CasMllo 118 Big chance here

H. Ruiz 110 Usually disappoints
B. Baera lOfix Must improve more
V. Brown llOx Returns, works good
R. Gomez 116 Plenty early speed

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6J4 F?s. Purse $275.00 Pool closes 2:20
QUINIELA

ting an 18-pound pull in the handi

cap from Mossadeq.

j... Persian Countess, beaten only a
i neck by Kadir, gets In even light-
er with 108 pounds. Jorge Phillips
'ill replace Alfredo Vasquez a a-"board
"board a-"board Gerardo Mrflinas meal ticket.

Empire Honey, apparently not in 1 10 Mossadea Kadir

ti best form, would be a surprise 11 Nacho Don Prau (e)

Juan Tranco lips

By LUIS ROM ER

1 La Pampanini A.R.R. l05x-Must show more
2 neeia G. Sanchez M3 Dangerous contender
3 Joe V. Brown MOx Back in top form
4 Chepanita A. Vasquez 120 No. 1 contender
5 Filon F. Godoy 109x Improving slowly
fi L. Dancer A. Mena R. 107x No music here
7 (Conouistadnr J. Crien. 112 Beaten conoueror
8 (Engreida R. Gamero 115 Lacks finishing kick

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5th. Race "C-D" Nat. 7 Fgs. Purse $325.00 Pool closes 2:55

by
JOE WILLIAMS

I Moon Beam (e) Y. Prince

2 Kensington -While Apron
3 Uyuyuy Okiland

,4 Joe Chepanita

a Julie Montero
6 Dona Beatriz Proud Pearl

7 Dark Sunset Dlxiprlncess' ciu

o-y. nuucr via smuggler

lony Lion's Claw

1 Montero V. Brown 107x Rider miscalculates
2 Julie M. Ycaza 108 Last savs fit
3 Naranlazo A. Versara inQx Will fight it out
4 Liboria E. Dario 108 Trailed field
5 Rabiblanco J. Cadoean 108 T,st was dull

6 Carlota

B. Baeza lOlx Early speed only

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PACIFIC LITTLE LEAGUE
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Lpur Cola ...,.,,..,3
Gibraltar Life ......3
SS.vmour Aiency .,..3
Police 2
rks 1414 ....1
Lincoln Life ........1

During the first two weeks of

play, the pitchers have been

very nam mm waiv hut woe.

.750 terday's ball g;ame had a dozen
.600 free tickets.
600 With Gibraltar's tn. vpstot-.

.500

.250

.250

day, any team In 1 the League
has a chance for the first half
Actually no team can be consid-

ereu out or me running nor
can any team be a favorite. That
is how close the teams are bal

anced.

In yesterday's ball same onlv

one player get more than one
hit and that was Ronnie Pearl
of the Seymour Agency.

Race "Hia." Imp. 7 Fgs. Purse $400.00 Pool closes
First Race of the Double

1 Doiia BeatrlzB. Aguirre .110 Serious effort here
2 El Regalo G. Sanchez 110 Racing to best form
3 Copadora A. Reyes R. 103x Nothing recently
4 Proud Pearl B. Baeza 112x Quits badly in stretch
5 GonzaRa J. Jimenez 107xHas strong finish
6 Manila R. Gamero 106 Must go lower
7The Bouche H. Ruiz 108 -Contender this time
8- Granero J. Phillips 115 -Form indicates
9 Black Gold A. Vasquez 113 Returns improved

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JUNIOR LEAGUEA little miss releases the ball and her pert
partner nearly, hits the ceiling with three cheers- and an extra
tiger when its a strike. Bowling is game of skill, not strength..

7tn. Race "G" Imp. 1 Mile Purs S450 no PnnI !... .;

occunu ivace oi tne uoubte

Gibraltar AB
Hermany, rf ....... 3
Snyder, p, lb ......2

Fraunhiem, lb, cf ..2

-Seymour 4, Gibraltar Life 3
! Seymour Agency's Insurance
Jjfds dislodged the Gibraltar
"Rocks" out of the Pacific Lit Little
tle Little League leadership yesterday
f, the Little League Stadium.
Again the fans were treated to

a 'fast close ball game,
JThe opening pitchers w e r e
Pwyder for Gibraltar and G, An An-mfrson
mfrson An-mfrson for Seymour, but nei neither
ther neither pitcher was on the mound
af the end. The game ended with
the opening shortstops, Bran Brandon
don Brandon and Huddleston doing the
chucking.
"The winners drew first blood
In the second inning when two
hits netted Seymour one run.
14 the fourth on a series of
walks without the aid of any
safeties, Gibraltar scored two
runs and went ahead. They add added,
ed, added, another tally in the 'follow-

U inning to take a two runlBoatwrlght, 3b, ss

j.j k 11 aavaniasejKaymond, rf
aid not last when the Seymour IG. Anderson, p

B.cKawuu dTupiea ior tnree R. Brockman, cf ...2
nuns and the that was tHe ball I Mallory, lb ...:.!. 1
?.me- 'R. Pearl, rf, 3b ..,.2

1 Fellac". 1 -. C. Ruiz 115 Returns from layoff
2 Dark Sunset M. Ycaza 113 Can take this
3 Alminar A. Reyes R. 112x Prefers sprints
4 Oro Purito E. Dario 115 Ran well in last
5 Amat F. Godoy 115x Distance handicaps
6 Valley River B. Baeza 105x Better chance now
7 Dlxiprlncess G. SAnchez 115 Back in winning form

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Brandon, ss; p
Hutchinson, c
Orr, If. .......

Wilson, cf

Lombana, 2b

Hanna, 3b
Seymour
Carlson, If
K. Anderson, 2b
Corrigan. c ....

Huacueston. ss, p

...2
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j 8th. Race "Special" Imp. Fes. Purse $500.00 Pool closes 4:40

, qUIMLLA ....

1 O. Corn A. Reyes R. 103x Not In this group 1
2 Double Four B. Baeza 102x Blazing earlv speed
3 Olohe Trotter S. Ponce 115 Topnotcher in Peru
4 0. Smuggler J. Rodrgz. 115 Runnerup spot his
5 Incaica V. Orteea 112 -Nothing to recommend
fl-Reynold A. Vasauez 115 -Hieh rating in Chile
7 (Two Colors B. Aguirre 115- Will win soon
8 (Brisk H. Ruiz 105 Continued improvement

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Fifteenth of 16 illustrated and in instructive
structive instructive articles written for NEA
Service and The Panama American
, By SYLVIA WENE
Match Game Champion j
TRYING to' burn up the alley
perhaps is the foremost common
bowling fault.

With new bowlers and old, there

is a strong tendency to swing too

last and. send the ball cannoning.
' It's accuracy you want, not ex excessive
cessive excessive speed,
The ball that sizzles is too often
a poor mixer. ...
Probably the most common fault
among women bowlers is allow allowing
ing allowing the ball to rest in the right
hand or both hands before the ac

tual delivery. This tires the right
hand and the end result is to cut
down your pin fall. Support the

ball with the left hand.

Assume a relaxed, comfortable

stance.

Common faults are dropping the
right shoulder, failure to run
straight and lack of. follow

through. Any one of these three
can scuttle your game.

i Under faults I include lack of
concentration. You bowl for en enjoyment,
joyment, enjoyment, sure, but it is much more
fun if you bowl well and expri expri-ence
ence expri-ence the thrill of seeing your score
improve. i

iou cam Dowi well u your

iyiuu ibu i on i,ne game.
NEXT: Practice.

From time to time the customers, putting one little snicker
after another, write in and ask "whatever became of Jack Fleck!"
the unknown golfer who won the National Open last year, and
In no time became the forgotten man.
. -It Just so happens that today finds Fleck back In San Fran Franco0,
co0, Franco0, en!.age in a flood beneIit match at the Olympic Club, the
iZ I ne," wl,nd-fw?Pt panorama which served as the background
for his stunning Indian rope trick.
tv,PrifJhl?llair were in the hands of anyone but Eddie Lowrey
JpfiitJi u reasn i suspect a pressing question as to Fleck's
wffiifrtu n ralsed' and lt was elected to answer it In this
praiseworthy manner.
- Lowrey Is a confirmed dark-horse man at heart. The Coast
EnlnJEn te TcfaddiedJfor Frands Ouimet that day against those
fn ?'K TuHId seem Iikelv that ce a fellow', actually
ptaclf; jinlng else 18 ever KlnR to surprise him. A A-n
n A-n 1?u Lesd tne ir'comParable Ben Hogan three shots, pulled
toPhand n itumthe 7,?nd hole' then hlm ln the hand.
foiwelPatyLtTuS "all,y wa.s much less mlracle than what
pE?;SS t lfc w,a less incomprehensible. As the Open
ousiv hPPnfo Prffntly beme as anonymous as he had pre"
ously been as a driving-range pro v
at OakmovA1? Parkl S KWh0 dropped out of the clouds to win
" years ago had been able to lose himself so speedily,
so completely, and so Inexplicably.
r. ttly w,hat haPPened to Fleck, no one seem, to know for
JoeeWlowWUi UnV h?lW1g, put away 'ak winner
found Serfs. they do come along to mock form and con.
Judged by what Fleck has or rather hasn'fcHnnp
SSeSr18111 es$ : chamSnpT w8S
done SLranUallyn Fr the
AndTet
KlottfnJXJn8 WiRnln the Open-anVpScWaffi

WON ON HIS MERITS

by wYatffi fieinmersnf i "5? fl,

uw iie wm react to pressure.

I he one thing you can't tell Is

9th. Race "F" Imp,

7 Fes. Pnrs $500.00 Pool closes 5:15

. '. UHU A ft f

1 Florera A. Reyes R. llOx Better field now
2 Espagirico G. Montero 112x Returns from layoff
.3 Pugilist J. Adames 112x Needs better rider
4 .Taniiimazo M. Ycaza 110 Smart hands
5 Valley Star B. Baeza 102x Returns: smart trials
6- E Magic H. Alzamora 112 -Back In top form
7- Lion's Claw B .Aguirre 118 -Last was revealing
2S?,ny A- y,as?ue,i 118 -Nothing recently
9-T lama J. Jhnenej 115x-Disappointment thus far
10 Rio Negro G. Duarte 115x-Nothing in months

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at LA MACARHNA

Sunday, Jan. 29 4:15 P.M.
U 4 Brave Mexican Bulls 4
FAMED MATADORS:
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Children t.0 Children .75
. TrrT'TS ON STF: Iberia. Restaurant, "I,a
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Panamj and La IMacarena I'ullrin, every day
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Tel. 3-4579.

10th. Race "A-B" Imp. 7 Fgs. Purse $1,000.00-Pool closes 5:10

M. Ycaza 108 One to fpr

1 Kadir

i Mossaaeq v. Kuiz 126 Seeks fifth straight
3 P. Countess J. Phillips 108 Should be close up 1
4 E. Honey O, Sanchez 118 Short distance helps
5 Hipocrates B. Baeza 97x Would pay off

3-2
3- 5
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11th. Race "B" Nat. 7 Fgs. Purse $350.00 Poo! closes

1 Valaria B. Baeza 109x-Longshot possibility
2 Daniel B. Aguirre 116 Contender this time
3 Nacho A. Valdivla 115 '-Back in best form
4 (Don Grau A. Vasquez 115 Has strong finish
5 (Petite G. Sanchez 112 Bet on last

15-1
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WHATS NEXT? Tex Sulli Sullivan,
van, Sullivan, left, and Willie Gilzenberg
watched action in the ring, but
the New York promoters were
more concerned about whether
their licenses would be revoked
because of their abortive move
to switch their televised St.
Nicholas Arena programs to
Baltimore during Guild mess.

FarrjkLeague

Gets Underway

Tomorrow A.M.

At the Pacific Little League Stadi

um, mm piayers Detween the ages
of 8 and 12 will participate in the
opening of the 1956 Farm Leasue

operated under the supervision of

me racitic Little League.,
Festivities will set underwav at

9:30 a.m., when all the teams

decked out in their new regalia
will parade and be introduced tn

tne fans.
The honor of throwing out the
first ball will go to th well
known director of the playground
division, namely "Buck" Lock Lock-ridge.
ridge. Lock-ridge. -'V,'":-

Last year's champions, Mutual
of Omaha, will take on Hamadan
Grotto in the game of the day. The

next game will be held on Tuesday
and daily thereafter at the Farm

League Field adjacent to the Bal
boa Elementary School,

The Farm League was formed

by the Pacific Little League be

cause of the great turnout of boys

I I vfc. v la

the shots, and' he wasnnr. t.X' rfr-rff Y .naa the swing and

In a crisis : "' naa wnat it Ukes

tn.mN .iT ",,n was dead. Presently tho

tetr1 cat?:
, u mat adds up to a lluke, you need a new machine.

JUST A HOME BODY

"It depends on how miifh' wnrtr .!in i .

came That' fu u.i "-- io aevoie w nu
shouldn't win consistent' d that' thMes n0 reason he
,r,A.KParfnilyol,f. Presti Jsn't that important to Fleck al
What it seems to come down to is that Fleck rincwf (mu
lfPtl?.CnrrPi0nShip,ls worth that kind of sacrifice. 'nt thlnk
If the USOA would agree to hold the OMn Mrt ..
Davenport:, Iowa, not too far from Fleck's home we mLht ft
able to unravel the mystery once and for aTTrVnted thpr.u
any mystery to unravel. grantea there, is

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foreign players will be played at the Olympic Stadium Sun Sunday,
day, Sunday, Feb. 5 at 3 p.m.
Participants, who must play the first three Innings, will
be chosen by the fans. Pitchers will be named by the man managers
agers managers who will also be selected by the fans.
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While tho sponsors of the
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STANDINGS
Teams
Buick ..
C. P. O.
Motta ..
M. R. A.
W
.2
.3
.1
.0
Wednesday
Chief Thompson's C. P. O
squad continued their drive tor

the Teen-age 58 Flag wren a a
to I victory over Motta. Fav Favorite
orite Favorite hurled today's game, giv giving
ing giving up only four scattered hits
and striking out 10 batters tor
his second win of the season,
Blevlns started for Motta but
was relieved in the third bv Pe Peterson
terson Peterson who had to be removed
from the eame durinz the top:

of the sixth due to an ankle In Injury.
jury. Injury. Sanchez came in to com complete
plete complete the game. :
Fans aye informed that games
will now begin at 4:15 Instead!
of 4:30. All games are played at

Coco Soiito Monday i n r o u gn
Thursdays of each week.
The box score:
C.P.O.
Houser, rf
Ambrose. 2b
Eberenz, 3b
Favorite, p
McOraw. lb
Crawford, c
AB
...2
...3
...3
...2
...2
...3
..3
HPO
A
0
1
1
1
0
0
0
2
0
0
0 0
Wllmouth, cf
Bird, 88 2
Murray. If ....1
Marshall, rf ..0
Totals -.21 5 3 18 5 2
Motta
Pabon, 3b
FvMnen.lf. ss
Weiele, lb ...
Fumohrpv, c
Bruce, cf . .
P-oher se, p
0
n
0
0
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
n
0
1
4
1
n
o
Fields, 2b
Blevins. rj ,..1
Mason, rf .....2
Peterson p .. .1
Score by Inrtlngs
C. P. O. 102 1015
Motta .........000 1001
Base on balls: Favorite 4. 8l 8l-Tln
Tln 8l-Tln 1, Peterson 5. Sanchez 1.
MARGARITA LEAGUE
Dick Hogan, bid faithful of
the Post Ofifce, broke the sea-
' son high series record with a
25 series last Tuesday night.
This record was previously held
by Joe Kenway, who, at the time
was a Class B bowler had roll rolled
ed rolled a 618 series.
To Pacific Slders. this prob-
ablv happens every week, but
-to the, Gold Coasters, it might
be classed something oa a ran
tv. Onlv one other bowler be
sides the two mentioned above
heva broken 600 tnis season.
Ralph Robinion holds thathon
or with a 602.
With Hogan's assistance, the
Post Office suceeded in taking
. three points from the second
place Elks. Bartram was high
for the Elks with a 523 series
The Navy moved into a tie for
third place by taking 4 points
from slow-movinsr putier ana
Bon. Turner of the Navy took
class B honors with a 548 series
followed closely by Habertheir
with 545. Tortoricl was high for
Sutler and son with 467.
Wright Bros, managed to take
one point from the Policemen
, keeping them from completely
walking away with the lead
Hicks had high series for Wright
Bros, with' a 513 while" three
men from the Police broke the
600 mark. Fortner rolled a 524,
Cook had an even 500 and De De-Raps
Raps De-Raps had a 553.
Powells lost a little ground In
the standings by dropping 3 to
the Aces,, but are still holding
a tie for third place. Hallidav,
the lowest average man on the
Aces team rolled the highest
series, wa. The Aces should
have had four points but Spin Spinney's
ney's Spinney's 145 in the first eame de defeated
feated defeated that purpose. Wha' Hm-
pen, Ed? Watson rolled a 529
series to be the 'only man on
Powells to break 500.
STANDINGS
W
Police ..................14
Elks 10
Navy 8
Powells 8
, Pos Office 7
ce! ... 7
Butler .& Son 5
(Wright & Bros. .....,. 5
Wright Bros
L
1?
11!
Hicks . ... i .178
Sanker 178
Reccia 1 ..... 164
Butz ..158
182
145
116
182
142
153
lfift
ir.fi
14!
143
513
489
4611
489
441
Mitchell
..156
834
' 19
767
19
757 23f!
19 57;

iStruk out by: Favorite 10, Ble-

vias 4, Peterson 3, Sanchez l
L Two base hits: Eberenz and
0 Humphrey. Winning pitcher:
1 Favorite. Losing pitcher: jle-
yins. Umpires: Lane and Bell,
Ecuador, Panama
Soccer Elevens
Play To I- Tie
, Ecuador's soccer champions,
Panama Sporting i;iub, tied
one-all with the local Fasllich
eleven in m match played on
a rain-soaked field last night
at the Olympic Stadium.
Fastlich scored its tol aft after
er after 20 minutes of play on a
kick by Canty Rodrfgues. Goa Goalie
lie Goalie J.-Estevfi got bis hands
on the wet, slippery ball which
slipped away and rolled to
the net.
The visitors' goal was put, In
by A. Pineda who received a
pass from L. Mendoza.
The Eruadoreans showed
better coordination and control
as compared to last Sunday's
match which they lost to Bis Bis-kaina
kaina Bis-kaina three to one.
They play their next match
Sunady with Panama's cham championship
pionship championship Martei eleven.
Pro Lessors
To Hold Clinic
For Kids Tomorrov
Pro League baseball players
will conduct a clinic for tht
benefit of Lions Club little
leaguen at the Olympic Sta Stadium
dium Stadium tomorrow morning at
9:30.
Arrangements were made
through Bernardo Nunen B.,.
president of the Panama Base Baseball
ball Baseball Writers Association.
Police
Fortner .....178
Cook ..; 179
Tully ........141
DeRaps 203
216
154
168
187
162
130
16T
177
163
158
524
500
486
553
498
Martin
.178
879 887 795 2581
Navy
Turner
VanPelt ..
Rudy
Haberthier
Hoppe
..191
..136
..148
..191
..178
159
143
164
170
174
198
167
155
14
141
548
446
487
8545
493
844 810 845.2499
Butler Ic Son Son-Brooks
Brooks Son-Brooks .......128 158
Tortoricl ..,.171 144
Rtrooo ... ...141 18(1
127
152
115
197
168
411
467
4S7
197
448
Wingingstad
uonover .,...135 145
Sanders . . J so 139
723 768
" 37 37
289
759 2248
36 110
760 803 795 2358
Post Office
Judge 115 V.i 109 'S4
DeVoll ul73 82 tan ao
Oibson .......152 161 140 '45
Brown .......191 158 175 524
Hogan .......234 209 182 625
8R5
51
742
51
2341
51 153
916 793 787 2496
Elks
Robinson .:..14fi 197 145 m
Rinehart, R. .1S2 18S 178 .4P3
Kraka .......19 170 m do
Kenway .....147 158 132 437
Bartram 170 147 179 523
805 862 772 2439
2 Aces
6!HaMday .....195 173
m
m
174
158
189
5?1
479
?7
507
8McKftOWn .....175 14
SiStone ....... lis Ha
stllson ...... ir.o inn
Si Spinney 145 182
526
839 843 855 2537
Powells Powells-Wright
Wright Powells-Wright J. ...".W
Eder : ..lfi?
151
n
US
170
156
-147
132
IM
ISO
463
430
Bell
.171
437
529
Watson j..
...179
,..155
Nordstrom
27 433
830
10
728
10
739 2327
10. 30
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me

The Balboa High School base

ball squad will take on the 'ait
place junior College team at the
Balboa Stadium tonight.
The canine nine is currently
leading tne league with a re
cord of three wins and no loss
es. A victory tonight will ice
the interscholastlc champion
ship for them.
The J.C. club has yet to win
a scholastic game, having lost
to BHS by a score of 2-0 and to
CHS 3 0. In both games the Col
legians were victims of one di
sastrous inning m which all the
opponents' runs were scored.
Junior College will be out to
eliminate the bad innine nhase
of their, game tonight and drop
tne nign scnool group from the
ranks of the undefeated.
Lambert Mantovani hasnltch
ed good ball in both the school
games this year and Is capable
of winning If his mates can
come through with a run or
two. .; o". --:
Starting on the mound for the
Bull Dogs will be Wayn wall.
Wall pitched a no-run-no hit
game against the Green Wave
last week and does not antici anticipate
pate anticipate too much trouble tonight
from his ''country cousin' from
across" the campus.
The Une-ups:
BHS
Cicero, cf y
Scott. 3b
Magee, If
Reyes, lb
Wlnnloski, ss
Hotz, c
Sutherland,
French, rf
Wall, p
2b
CZJC
Giavelll, e
Jefferies, If
Herring, 3b
W. McKeown, ss
J. McKeown, 2b
Hopiac, cf
Mantovani, p
' Blackall, rf
Wood, lb
SI. French. Tcmnle
Mm Unbeafcn
BiMii Jlnlas
. Aw york, Jan. 27 (UP)-
01.. rancis or Brooklyn and
Temple University emerged from
their latest basketball battles
with their perfect 12-0 records
shining bright today, and In the
bargain St. Francis also had
nan a lock on the New Yorl
city area championship.
St. Francis, p etty much
overlooked althourh it U n.
of the only four major-college
teams in the nation still un unbeaten,
beaten, unbeaten, proved its class again
with a eome-from-behind Jl Jl-78
78 Jl-78 victory over Seton Hail.
Ana tempie, racing weaker
opposiuon, nad no trouble
trouncing Delaware, 108-81. The
amy otner major teams with
perfect marks are S an Fran.
"" uu jjnyion wn'cn are
rated onfc-two natior.nllv hv t.h
wnnca rress Doara or coaches
" It was only the second loss in
15 games for Seton Hall. Both
teams are virtually certain of a
bid to the National Invitation
Tournament and only a tre tremendous
mendous tremendous upset now can keep St.
Francis, from winning the un unofficial
official unofficial but -coveted New York
crown,. :
In other leading games kst
night: Drake snapped a four four-game
game four-game losin? Streak hv Vieatl..
TTh it. J n .
Bradley, 79-73,vas Red Murreil
tallied 29 for Drake, r
Cable 20 for Bradley, inl Nia Niagara
gara Niagara downed Duquesne, 60-51.
Three Pacific Coast Confer Conference
ence Conference games held to highlight
tonight's court program.
J,0 n t h e r n California and
Washintgon, currently in sec second
ond second place, hope to keen the
pressure on pace-makinr but
Idle IT.C.L.A. by beating Idaho
and Oreeon State, respective respectively.
ly. respectively. And Stanford, ranked 2Mh
nijtonally, shoots for its J2th
win In U gameg against Oer Oer-gon.
gon. Oer-gon. .......
Utah, ranked 13th nnUnnmin
nlays Hawaii for the second of
three times this week in Hono Honolulu
lulu Honolulu and other features Include
wane r orest-south Carolina in
me Atlantic uosst Conference Conference-Texas
Texas Conference-Texas Western-New Mexlrn a'
!t M. in the Borde; and Con
necticut-Syracuse, Eastern Ken
tucky-Murray St., Georgetown
fD.C.)-St. Peter's, Mlsslss'ppi
oi..-ivicfnijni3 01., Montana
Montana St., St. Francis (Pa.)
Seattle.
!::!.';:r 0! CV's
PrciW:r.l D;:i
Mrs. Clotilde Grlmas, mo mother
ther mother of Carta Vieja Yankee
president Anrel Grimas, died
in Panama Citv this morning
after a long illness.
Funeral services will be held
t the Cristo Re Church at 4
this afternoon. Eurial will fol follow
low follow at Herrert eeweteryr-

By J, J. HARRISON JR.
v The Carta Vieja Yankees will use righthander
Bill ..Harris (3-4) against Chesterfield's Tommy
Hughes (0-1) tonight at the Olympic Stadium.
Yesterday's game between the Yankees and the
Spur Cola Sodamen which should have been played
at the stadium at 3 p.m., was postponed because of
w et grounds.
The Yanks will see action twice tomorrow. In
the first match they tangle with Chesterfield and in
the second they play the rained-out game with Spur

Cola.
Hughes, who has been bother
ed witn bursitis this season, wil
ue making ms first start since
he dropped a decision to Spui
Cola te. in the Sodamen's 12
to l rout. In that eames Hughes
lasted only one and one third
Innings, giving' up four hits,
seven runs ana wanting inree
batters..
In his last appearance, last
Sundav. he came to hill in re
lief of Don Elston with one out
in the eighth and the rest oi
the way allowed four hits and
two tallies. The Sodamen mas
sacred the Smokers 12 to i.
Hughes ailment Is reported as
now curea.
Harris, who had been lined up
to bo aeainst Spur Cola yester
day, suffered his fourth defeat
in his last outing Jan. iu at me
U.S. Off To
Poor Start In
Winter Games
CORTINA, Italy, Jan. 27 (UP)
United States athletes got off
to a poor start in the 195o Win Winter
ter Winter Olympic Games today when
defending champion Andrea
Mead Lawrence finished only
tied for fourth place in the
women's giant slalom ski race
and American bobled teams plac placed
ed placed far behind the Italians at
the halfway point of the two two-man
man two-man competition.
Mrs. Lawrence, who won two
eold medals-for the U.S. in the
1952 Winter Olympics, failed in
her bid to defend the giant
slalom championship. The event
was won by Ossl Relchert; 29
year-old German girl.
(All times in the giant slalom
event were subject to a com com-.
. com-. plicated official re-check that
could change the standings.
No changes among the lead leaders
ers leaders were expected, however.)
American hopes of winning a
gold medal In the two-man Dob
jied event were virtually" eunu
ated when the sled driven oy
Bud Washbond of East Hart Hartford.'
ford.' Hartford.' Conn.i could place no bet
ter than fifth after the first
two heats, while the other U.S.
crew driven by Art Tyler of Ro
Chester, N.Y., had the sixth best
aggregate time.
N CORTINA, Italy Jan. 27
(UP) Czechoslovakia beat
the United States by four goals
to three in their Olympic ice
hockey game yesteruay.
reriods scores were 2-1, 0-1,
2-1.
Eight Thorouohbrcds
Die In Stable Fire
Hear Tropical Park
MIAMI, na., Jan. 27 (VP)
The death toll of thoroughbred
race horses killed In yesterday's
stable fire at the Tropical Park
track stood at eight today but
track veterinarians said that all
of the other 20 injuredhorses
probably would survive.-
Vtterinarians said the six
race horses that died lit the
flames would have to be Iden Identified
tified Identified from serial numbers ta ta-tooed
tooed ta-tooed Inside their lower UP. Two
other thoroughbreds escaoed
from the blazing stable but had
to be destroyed because of se severe
vere severe injuries.
Track veterinarians fouht to
save other horses Injured in the
terrified stampede of some 100
steeds from the flomes through
a four-square mile res'dential
area of Pouthwest Miami.
Dr. William Reed said it Is
unlikely any more of the thor
ouehbredi will have to be de
stroved. but added that it will
be several days before we flnn
out whether some will pi'"
through." He said at least 20
horses were injured.
State Racing Commission in investigators,
vestigators, investigators, meanwhile, search searched
ed searched the Ashes for clues to deter determine
mine determine what caused the fire. CWef
investigator Tom Parker said the
blaye resulted from "careless "carelessness,"
ness," "carelessness," but that the exact, cause
has not been determined.
Several trainers estimated the
value of the eleht race hones
lost in trie fire at "between $50
uuu biiu (a,uru. ine lire r
nun j ?e nn. r, .
oucea one stane uy ashes.'

u ,
hands of the Smokers. Fial
.score; was 6 to 4.

nam, wiucu uug mvurca uieiui tne lighter class.

ouuamcu muse oi me season.
gave the league leaders another
respite yesterday when it came
in torrents early In the aft
ciiiuuu vi icave me ueia in an
unplayable condition. The aft
ernoon match had been decided
on to allow an Ecuadorean soc-
cer team to engage a local eleven
at tne stadium, last night.
The Yankees, who have to
leave Panama by Feb. 6, the last
day of the season, have agreed
to play a seven-inning game
with the Smokers tomorrow eve
ning at 6 o'clock and then take
on Spur Cola in the nightcap.
The Smokers, evervthine con
sidered, have been putting on a
valiant try for pennant honors.
Players such as Clyde Pairis,
BobDy prescott, Danny Schel;
ad,!Uge,n.10. H?uradeau hRVe
shaken off early season slumps
and are coming: through in the
clutch.
Manager Joe Nachio. despite
criticisms, has done a creditable
lob under the circumstances and
Chesterfield may make it yet.
The league race could be a
tight, hectic battle right down
te the wire.
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weight and if he sticks to his divi
sion, I don t think any local box
er within the 118-lb. limit will be
able whip him," said trainer Aub
rey (Cojo) Woodruff yesterday af afternoon
ternoon afternoon as he waited for his charge
to finish a shower at the Panama
Gym.
Woddrufi it conditioning bnt.
mwtight champ Mtlvin Bournt
for his 15-round title bout with
top conttndtr Byron Cumber Cumber-batch
batch Cumber-batch at tho gym Sunday.
The veteran trainer, who is
considered one of the most cagey
in the business, said if Bourne
could have put up such sensation
al battles with 126-pound king Ro-
dolfo Francis, he sees no reason
why he can't beat all local fighters
Bourne fought the heavier Fran
cis five times during the last two
J years, winning twice and losing
three times. Their last encounter
was Oct. 31 when Francis became
champion by scoring a ninth-
round kayo in title match set for
us heats
Lets of boxing fans have ask asked
ed asked the question: Hew .come
Woodruff is now handling Bourne
aftar he trained Francis in five
fights against him?
Woodruff has this explanation:
On one of his several trips to Ve
nezuela with Panamanian fighters,
he was asked by a Venezuelan
promoter get ready and bring over
a good 118-pounder. Woodruff savs
he could think of no other capable
boxer in that class but Bourne so
he started arrangements to take
him to Venezuela. However, before
plans were completed a clamor
started for a title bout between
Bourne and Francis, so the Vene Venezuela
zuela Venezuela trip was called off.
After the big fight Bourne aik aik-ed
ed aik-ed him to take ever his train-
ing chores and that is how Aub-
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Tht big Carta Vieja Raffle began October '31, 1955 and already
has pajd three times:
Nov. 6, 1955 First prize (accumulated) $200.00
to Mr. Eduardo Castillo of Cualaca.
Nov. 13, 1955 First prize $100.00 to Mr, Jorge
Tulio Medrano of Ocu.

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Chesterfield
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YESTERDAY'S RESULT (Olympic Stadium)
Carta Vieja vs. Spur Cola (Postponed, wet grdunds)
TONIGHT'S GAME (Olympic Stadium)
Carta Vieja (Harris 3-4) vs. Chesterfield
(Hushes 0-1) ;
Game Time: 7:30
TOMORROW'S GAMES-2-(01ympic StadiumT
Carta Vieja vs. Chesterfield Spur Cola
vs. Carta Vieja
Game Time: 6 p.m.

rey now has two champs feath feather
er feather an dbantam in his stable.
"And they will remain champ champions
ions champions for a long time to come," ad added
ded added the foxy Woodruff. "They are
both young, strong, and standouts
in their respective classes."
Yesterday Bourne did only shad
ow boxing and calisthenics, be because
cause because according to his trainer, "he
is 'sharp already, and my system
is to cut down hard work gradual
ly as the fight date nears.
Woodruff revealed the champ will
go four fast rounds with the gloves
this afternoon and that will end
his drills for the big bout Sunday.!

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Jan. 22, 1956 Second prize
(accumulated) $780.00
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, Thirteen boys an,.' Mne girls
; .were born at Gorgas Hospital
' during the week ending at mid mid-'
' mid-' night Jan. 23, according to the
regular nospnai repuit,. uuiws
the same period 198 patients
. were aamiuea ana no weieai
charged.
The names and addresses or
the Darents of the boy babies
; were: Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Apol Apol-1
1 Apol-1 lo, of Panama City; Lt. and
Mrs. W. H. Edmonson, of Al-
brook; Sgt. and Mrs. A. Sanchez,
i of Albrook; Mr. and Mrs. H. J.
? Quintana, of Panama City; Mr.
and Mrs. A. Ansola, of.Chorre of.Chorre-;
; of.Chorre-; ra; Mr. and Mrs. A. Aeosta, of
' Chilibre; Capt. and Mrs. H. M.
Strassburger, of Fort Clayton;
. Lt. and Mrs. W. C. Byrus, "of
; Fort Kobbe; Mr. and Mrs. J. L
Dalton, of Rousseau; Lt. and
Mrs. G. tL. Brown, Jr., of Far
'Fan: Mr. and Mrs, G. Holmes,
of La Boca: Sgt. and Mrs. J.
; R. Solar, of Locona; and U.
and Mrs. J. P. Connelly, of Fort
Clayton..
1 ..Girl baWs were born to the
following parents: Mr. and Mrs.
iD. M. Smith, of Panama City;
Mr. and Mrs. G. Madrid, ofiSum ofiSum-kmit;
kmit; ofiSum-kmit; Dr. and Mrs. A. H. Foster,
, Jr., of Ancon; Mr. and Mrs. C.
S. Escoe, of Panama City; Mr.
land Mrs. L. A. Brown,-of Pan Pan-ama
ama Pan-ama City; Mr. and Mrs. E. S.
I Anderson, of Albrook; Mr. and
'Mrs. R. L. Brown, of Locona;,
J Mr, and Mrs. R. A. Garcia, of
'Panama City; and Lt. and Mrs.
, R.; C, Williams, of Fort K-ODDe
iEelhSehem Steel's
Expansion To Cost
J$3G0,000 Million
I "NEW YORK, Jan. 27 (UP)
Bethlehem Steel Corp. has begun
a $300 million expansion program
',as a demonstration of its confid confidence
ence confidence in the future and the continued
'hih demand for steel production
; Eugene G. Grace, fiery boss of
,lhe world's second largest steel
-producer, told a news conference
yesterday the corporation will
spend the $300 million over the
"noxt two years to boost its capa capacity
city capacity of 3 million tons, to a total of
23 million tons a yeart
. Wp said Bethlehem also continu-
H to plan a merger with Young-
Mown Sheet & Tube Co., despite
Ju-tiee Department opposition.
.Oace said the expansion would
T)P -f:nced directly ...by -tne, com company
pany company through eash and other as-
i ; n. noids. tie saw me iirm. uau
already spent $l-billion for expan expansion
sion expansion during the postwar period, i
Grace met with reporters fol following
lowing following the Quarterly meeting of
directors, at which time the com company
pany company reported record sales, earn earn-lojrs
lojrs earn-lojrs and production for 1955.
.Directors declared a r e c o r d
quarterly dividend of $2.50 a share
payable March 1 to holders of rec record
ord record Feb. 6. It paid $1.75 a share
in the two previous quarters.
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Seybold Promises Notice
Of Services, Tariff Changes

Assurance that the administra
tion would continue its policy ot
giving the public at least 30 days
notice prior to any changes in tar tariffs
iffs tariffs or in the maintenance of com
munity services was given by Gov
ernor J. S. Seybold Wednesday af afternoon
ternoon afternoon during the monthly meet meeting
ing meeting with U. S. Civic Council re
presentatives at Balboa Heights.
In making the a nnounebment, the
Governor stated that many
changes in Company-Government
facilities now reported by rumor
to be fact have not been authoriz authorizedand
edand authorizedand others have not even been
considered.
"I assure vou." he said, "that
the policy of giving at least 30 days
' .: nk.,Hrrn. in tnriffo'
notice prior to changes in tariffs'

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the 75mm guns of the Salute Battery recently attached to Head Headquarters
quarters Headquarters Battery, 903d AAA Battalion, Fort Clayton, warren, a
cun crew chief, and the other members of the 903d Salute Bat Battery
tery Battery have already fired In. honor of Secretary of the Army
Wilbur Bruckner, assistant secretary of the Army George H.
Roderick, and Brig. Gen. Louis V.Hiiih tower, USARCARIB chief
of staff. The Salute Battery formerly was a part of the 504th
FA Battalion, Fort Kobbe, which was recently deactivated.
(U.S. Army Photo)

Georgian; Shocked' By Integration Ruling,
Seeks States' Rights Constitutional Amendment

WASHINGTON, Jan. 27 (UP)'
Rep. Carl Vinson iD-Ga.) todayi
introduced a states' rights cons-
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tltUllOnai HMCIIUUICUI ll jUlBiilvvi MIU OUUIUllLlllg l?l,WU,WUV 1U iCUCI'
'states "the rif'n to manage heir al grants to build schools.
I own internal affairs." : ; The House civil rights bloc had
I Vinson told the House that "no served notice earlier that it would
lone was more showed l n t" ai! press ahead with pluns to write
! the Supreme Court's- decision a-, an amendment into the bill specif specif-!
! specif-! gainst segregation in schools. ically barring any federal aid to
1 "Thifr decision, in effect, over, states' which continue to practice
I ni-nnrt at one fell swoop by- iuii4 sesregation in -their schools.-

cial fiat, dsctrines and principles I
of constitutional law wnicn nau
become part of our Constitution
bv repeated adjudication," Vinson
isaH ,
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Tha eiatps wucn aaooiea me
Cnr 'r"tim 6s .(-'-.
tli(. federal government the right
to legislate, by statute or judicial
decree, with respect to the educa education
tion education of children, he said.
Vinson's proposed constitutional
amendment states:
"Notwithstanding any other pro provision
vision provision in this Constitution, or any
amendment there .to, the states of
he United States have, and shall
forever have.Hhe richt to manatje
their own internal affairs with re re-rpt
rpt re-rpt o a"v r.te'' e ,","sly
forbidden by the Constitution.-"
"This amendment to my mmd
1 states the law as it really exists
I today and simoly reaffirms prmel
pies oi conslU"yo,,duv15'""',:
which are as old as the Constitu-
uon se'Tf vinunn s.u.
Rep. WiUiam M. Colmer (T
Miss.) charged meanwhile that
boutnern siaies wiin segregaiea,
schools systems would be exclud
ed from a pending federal aid to;
education bill regardless of wheth
er Congress adopts a specific anu-
screjationampndment
Kill ' """""
to the
Colmer, a leaner oi tne boutn-i
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and changes such as those entail
ing the close of community serv
ices will be adhered to in a in
stances of curtailing and consoli consolidating
dating consolidating facilities which arise in the
future.
Other topics discussed by Gov
ernor Seybold with tne council re representatives
presentatives representatives during the January
meeting included the recent ac accreditation
creditation accreditation of the two Canal Zone
High Schools; measures taken for
the assurance of the .purity and
quality of foods and beverages sold
in the Canal Zone; and the Pana Panama
ma Panama Canal Company Board of Dir Directors
ectors Directors continued interest in cor cor-retina
retina cor-retina the hazards involved as a
Vesult of air operation at Albrook
Air Force Base,
sertion at meeting of the House (
Rules Committee, as it debated
whether to clear for floor action a
Kilt tl,AM.iMfl 1 Cnn AAA in fniu.
Colmer said Mississippi usually
is ciassea as one ot tne "poorer
states' most in need of federal
school, construction funds.
1 uui ne saict it is nis, irank opt-
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iun mai aouinern states wnicn
are detei-nnued to maintain sejii-o-
Will WV MUUI1I1K UUl Ui
'the bill. r
Democreis To Seek
More For Ilealih
Thsn lice Asked
WASHINGTON, Jan. 27 (UP) -Congressional
leaders today pre predicted
dicted predicted approval of a multi-million-dollar
federal program to provide
nation's fight against disease,
But Dem0crats served n otice
they will drive for adoption of
their own bills, which caU for
more government aid than athe
administration as recommended
in nis special Heaitn message
yesterday, president Eisenhower
asked Congress for S250 million in
federal grants over five years to
expand mprlical schools and build
i baoiy ceeded research centcrsrThe
Democratic bills would provide
$340 million for the same purpose.

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country is safe" Abraham Lincoln,

The Governor said that a foodl House-to-house delivery of the
safety program developed by the types of foods involved will be li li-Canal
Canal li-Canal Zone Government is a eon-Jmited to approved establishments
tinuing one, designed to assure con- and vehicles engaged in such del del-sumers
sumers del-sumers of safe foods when sold in tveries will be issued a license,
the Canal Zone. Feb. 22 is the im-! In reference to the hazards to

plementation date for the' prog program,
ram, program, which is limited to meat,
meat food products, meat by-products,
poultry, poultry products,
eggs, milks, milk products, frozen
desserts, bakery products, confec confections,
tions, confections, edible oils, and fresh leafy
vegetables.--.
Food handling establishments op operated
erated operated by Government agencies or
individual organizations, excepting
those of the Armed Forces, and
located in the Canal Zone will re report
port report to the Health Bureau the
source of such foods purchased for
resale and an inspection will be
made of the source to determine
satisfactory standards of plant
cleanliness and product quality, the
Governor explained.
He further stated that a list of
satisfactory food sources will be
available for food handling estab establishments
lishments establishments that make purchases in
the Republic of Panama for resale
in the Zone, and purchases will be
: made only from approved sources.
i Additional sources will be added
to such list upon request by the
procuring agency and a satisfacto satisfactory
ry satisfactory showing of sanitation measur-
jes; likewise, sources which fail to
I maintain standards of sanitation
will be deleted.
Queen, Duke Fly
From London Winter
To Summery IHgeria
LONDON, Jan. 27 (UP) Queen
Elizabeth II and the Duke of Edin Edinburgh
burgh Edinburgh leave by plane from Eng England's
land's England's winter today for a state visit
to summery Nigeria where their
home is cooled by a deep-freeze.
The Queen and Duke fly aboard
a British Overseas Airways four four-engined
engined four-engined Argonaut na med "Atlan "Atlanta'
ta' "Atlanta' They are scheduled to arrive
in Lagos, capital of African Nig Nigeria,
eria, Nigeria, tomorrow 17 hours and 3, 3,-513
513 3,-513 miles later. The time includ includes
es includes a 45-minute stop at Tripoli,
Libya.
1 Reports from Lago$ say the
shabby city is now covered with
flowers, flags and bunting m greet greeting
ing greeting and welcome to the royal
couple who will stay three weeks
and travel 9,000 miles over and
through the forests and deserts
of Nigeria tucked under the At Atlantic
lantic Atlantic hump of Africa about six
degrees north of the equator.
In fact, be said, "they will
taxed to build schools in m o
wealthy states."
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GUARDING IIIS HOME Stephen Stevens stands guard in his
Chicago home with a shotgun while his son, Donald, 18, recovers
In a hospital from wounds inflicted by a gang of teenagers.

Stevens told tjo!!? nf Teceivin? t threatening telephone calls.,
promising more violence unless complaints against four captured
gang members are dropped.

NEWSPAPER

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HVK CENTS
puoiic Duimings and schools in
Balboa as a result of the air oper operation
ation operation at Albrook, Governor Sey Seybold
bold Seybold assured the council repre representatives
sentatives representatives that the members of the
Board of Directors bad reaffirm
ed their position in the matter
and had directed that the ques question
tion question be called to the further ur urgent
gent urgent attention of the United States
Government authorities involved.
Other civic problems discussed
included the installation within 30
days of a "walk wait" electric sig signal
nal signal on Balboa Road to improve
the pedestrian crossing between the
Balboa Commissary annexes; the
continuation of the plan for the
reduction of noise in several Canal
Zone schools, a program which was
started in the Diablo Heights school
on an experimental basis; the im
provement of housing for bachel
ors: the construction of a bus stop
in Gatun; and a report on the
program of a dental survey which
is now being undertaken in the
Canal Zone schools by the Health
Bureau in cooperation with the
Division of Schools.
Troops Bottle Up
Rioting Students
In Mexican Town
MERIDA, Mexico, Jan. 27 (UP)
Federal troops today bottled up
rioting students in the University
of Yucatan after 5 davs of dis disturbances
turbances disturbances and street fighting ov over
er over a two month old teachers
strike,
Yucatan Gov. Victor Mena Paio Paio-mo
mo Paio-mo said a solution of the contro controversy
versy controversy "is near."
Soldiers besieged the ancient
university buildings in downtown
Merida where some 70 students
still were holding out against of official
ficial official demands for their surrend surrender.
er. surrender. Water and light services to the
university were cut off.
Hundreds of other students stag staged
ed staged protest demonstrations in the
city streets.
Vandals May Have
Set Fire Damaging
Historic Bible
.MILWAUKEE, Wis., Jan. 27 -(UP)
A Bible which possible came
to this country aboard the May Mayflower
flower Mayflower was believed today to be
beyond restoration as the result
of a fire in St. Paul's Episcopal
Church. Police said vandals may
have started the blaze.
Mrs. E. V. Hanley, church busi business
ness business administrator, disclosed that
only a few pages of the Bible
remained unburned. She said the
Bible came from the John and
Priscilla Aldcn family and was
handed down to an Elder Brewster
in Massachusetts.
A Brewster descendant gave the
Bible to St. Paul's.
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Morlar Fire A! Gaza
CAIRO, Egypt, Jan. 27 (UP)
Egyptian soldiers exchanged au automatic
tomatic automatic mortar fire with Israeli
troops east of Gaza yesterday, an
tgjpiian muitary otficer report reported.
ed. reported. .f.
The spokesman said no one was
killed as far as he knew, although
he could not speak for the Isreal Isreal-is.
is. Isreal-is. He said the Israeli force open opened
ed opened fire on tne Egyptian position
and that the Egyptians returned
the mortar fire until the Israeli
guns were stopped.
An Egyptian newspaper reported
that Israel last week proclaimed
a state of emergency all along its
Egyptian frontier as Egypt
brought in new Soviet arms in
full combat readiness.
The Cairo newspaper, Al Ahr Ahr-am,
am, Ahr-am, quoted Egyptian officers as
saying Israeli troops were digging
trenches and fortifying positions a a-long
long a-long the entire frontier,
The article reported one officer
as stating that "Israel's procla proclamation
mation proclamation of a state of emergency is
due primarily to the arrival of
Soviet arms in Egyptian forward
positions."
Al Ahram said one officer told
its correspondent that "not only
have Soviet arms arrived at the

front, but the troops have been
fully trained in their use and they
are quick to learn how to operate
the new arms efficiently."
Paris Showgirls
In 'Postage Slamp'
Cosfyme Irk Vatican
VATICAN CITY, Jan. 27 (UP)
The Vatican City newspaper Os Os-servatore
servatore Os-servatore Romano has contended
that only "postage stamp" size!
costumes are worn Dy.gtrts in a
"Folies Bergere De Paris" show
nos? touring Italy.
In Piris, Paul Derval, director
of the werld-famed Folies Bergere
music hall, replied that it would
take "mighty big" postage stamps
to cover the curves of dancers In
his shows. .:
Osservatore raised the issue yes yesterday
terday yesterday in a column headed "atten "attention.'
tion.' "attention.' t.
"The artistic to call it that
directors of the show distributed
to the dancers three postage
stamps, which were intended as
costumes," the newspaper ,sald.
Noting that the entertainers now
were appearing in Naples, "des "despite
pite "despite the protest of the Archepis Archepis-copal
copal Archepis-copal Curia,1 Osservatore said
that if they come to Rome "their
error, besides being moral, will
become political."
"Whoever had projected this ob obscene
scene obscene carnival show for Rome ev evidently,
idently, evidently, as a stranger, is ignorant
of the precisely concorded rules
imposing respect for the "sacred
character of Rome,' it said.
French Kill 17
Algerian Rebels,
52 Suspects Seized
ALGIERS," Algeria, Jan. 27 (UP)
Two French battalions fought a
tough action with a rebel group in
the Kabylie area killing 15 of them,
French authorities announced to-
day.
The action took place yesterday
close to Tazmalt in the grand Kaby Kabylie..:"
lie..:" Kabylie..:" ,.
In all during the 24 hours end ending
ing ending yesterday, the French killed
17 rebels, wounded five and took
52 suspects prisoner.
Three Algerians were injured
when rebels derailed two carriag
es of the Tunis-Bone train yester yesterday,
day, yesterday, a mile outside Duvivier.
In neighboring Morocco French
troops fought several small and
localized actions with terrorists,
killing one,
The rebels cut down a number
of telegraph posts in the Mezguit Mezguit-en
en Mezguit-en sector and set farm on fire.
national Fraternity
May Expel Chapter
Fcr I'egro Plsdglng
WIIXIAMSTOWN. Mass., Jan
27 (UP) The national Sigma Phi
fraternity today condemned its
Williams College chapter tor pledg
ing two Negroes and called on its
3,000 members to expel the unit.
The 40 undergraduate members
and nine alumni trustees of the
chapter backed the pledging, re
gardless of national action.
Williams College backed the loc
al chapter, reiterating a stand it
took in 1946 calling for election to
fraternities on "individual's merits.".-"-
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Pope Finds Efforts
Of CuItureCroup
'Consoling Sign
VATICAN CITY. Jan. 27 (UP)
Pope Pius XII said today it was
a "consoling sign" to see women
guarding the cultural side of a
civilization that is absorbed with
scientific things.
He addressed ih wnmen' sec
tion of the International Commit
tee for Unity and Universal Cul
ture.
"It is a consoling sign, in this
age., of triumph ior .science... to
see study groups like youis fonn-
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Segregation Issue May Delay
Federal School Aid Measure

WACurvr"rrT t
A growing controversy over the
scnooi aia Din tnreatened
yesterday to delay House action
on the measure despite President
Eisenhower's plea for prompt
passage.
v Kep. William B. Colmer (D (D-Miss.),
Miss.), (D-Miss.), an announced foe of the
measure, charced that it m a v
deny federal funds to some South-
em states even if a proposed anti anti-segregation
segregation anti-segregation amendment is defeat defeated.
ed. defeated. ;
He said this would "mean that
Dixie states would be taxed to
helD build schools fnr their
ier Northern neighbors.
, coimer raised the complaint at
a hearine hv th Hnnr p,,w
Committee. Committee Chairman
voiced some objections.
With a dozpn nthnr uiitneoo
waiting to be heard, Democratic
ueauer jonn w. McCormack
(Mass.) told the Hons hp M.Mn't
forecast now when the measure
will reach the floor. He had hoped
to Start debate next week.
Mr. Eisenhower urged speedy
approval of the bill at a news con-
Tarzan Films Blamed
For Delinisoency
01 Ukraine Youths
MOSCOW. Jan. 27 (UP)-A lead
ing Russian playwright today
blamed much of the increasing
juvenile delinquency in the Uk Ukraine
raine Ukraine on "senseless American
films," particularly the Tarzan
series. -Alexander
Korneichuk. a play-
wright who doubles in politics and
once was vice premier of the Ufc
raine, told a Communist party con
gress in Kiev that measures are
needed to stop the growth of de
linquency among teen-agers.
He scored Russian literature, the
theater and movies for failure to
provide healthy, outlets for youth
featuring prototypes of revolution
and war heroes. :
Korneichuk said that Soviet edu
cation committed manv errors, a a-mong
mong a-mong them the exhibition of Am
erican Tarzan films, which, he said,
produced the "stuyag" Russian
for zootsuiters who idle in restaur
ants, speak English and wear gau gaudy
dy gaudy western clothing.
"We treated our youth with
senseless American films captured
in Germany and girls began to
make up like Hollywood stars,'
he said.
"We offered them gray dull
books and our propaganda was on
a low level."
Korneichuk" said many teen teenagers
agers teenagers become disillusioned when
they learn they cannot go to col college.
lege. college. They have developed -a
"petty bourgeois" attitude toward
manual labor and consider
such occupations degrading, he
said.
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aeu nope uiai u wouia not get bog bogged
ged bogged down in a, fight over segrega segregation.
tion. segregation. j ;
But Rep. Adam C. Powell Jr.
(D-N.Y.) served notice yesterday
that he intends to press for pas passage
sage passage of bis anti segregation a a-mendment
mendment a-mendment regardless of the Pres President's
ident's President's view that it is a side issue.
"They only people making it a
side issue are those states which
by legislative action have voted to
ignore the Supreme Court." he
said. "I'm sure the Pivsidpnt
doesn't want to be in that com-
Powell, one of three Negra
House members, wants to bar fed federal
eral federal building aid in areas practic practicing
ing practicing racial segregation.
Colmer, a member of the rufes
group, said it was his "frank
opinion" that federal aid would
be denied these areas, whether or
not Powell's amendment is adnnt.
ed. : :
He pointed out that some South Southern
ern Southern states plan to set up private
school systems to avoid carrying
out the Supreme Court's anti-segregation
decree. -.
The school bill, he added, pro provides
vides provides no aid for private or paroch parochial
ial parochial schools.
Colmer said this would mean
that some of the "so-called poorer
states" would end up getting no
help although "they will be taxed
to build schools in more wealthy
states."
Smith challenged the estimates
oi tne House taucation ana Laoor
Committee, which drafted the
bill, on the cost of the federal share
of the program.
He said it might be $4.6 billion
instead of $1.6 billion as the com committee
mittee committee claimed.
Taxi Fleet Pursues
Errant Motorist
To Police Station
LONDON, Jan. 27 (UP) -Eve-rybody
was on the beam last night
when one of Joe Sunshine's radio
taxis got clipped by a passing
motorist.
Sunshine, a radio dispatcher, call called
ed called all his cars into the search for
the motorist who sideswiped one)
of his cabs and then sped away;
Four taxis, including the ona
that was hit, chased the unidenti unidentified
fied unidentified motorist along a zig-zag route
through London.
Sunshine's radio alert had doz dozens
ens dozens more cabs converging on the
motorist when he suddenly pulled
up before the Lavender Hill po police
lice police station. One taxi after another
screeched to a halt behind him.
The motorist calmly walked into
the station to report the minor
accident, as required by law.
He said he' didn't know he was
being followed.
Joe Sunshine told his cabbies to
get back to work. .
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