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'THE OLD AND THE NEW Commanders in Chief of the -Cib-
Jfan commnd made inspection of 1h"
of the Joint Honor Guard .ceremony held thi week on tne
. rEl irmmdl at Quarry Belghts .The traditional military
reremonv m In honor of Lt. Col. Robert M. Montague iriRny
?J!mLrJTj t Nvinictm K. Harrison today as Com-
in rhinf nf the iolnt
: Air Force command.
t. Gri. Robert M. MonUfne,
kuceeeded It. Gn. WHIHam'
, K. HarrUoa, Jr, tody eom.
' mander in chief of the Cb- :
bean Command. ; j
The new commander In cni
of the Joint command, which
includes. Army, Navy. Marine
Corps and Air Force, forces, je je-cently
cently je-cently : returned from the Far
East where he served as com com-ma,ndinjr
ma,ndinjr com-ma,ndinjr general of tho ls
Corps XOroup) in Korea. J
' Montague ; twice .previously
erved in important command
and staff positions with Joint
jnllitaryr forces, v
in 1947 he commanded the
Armed Forces Special weapons
project at Sandia Bas?,' New
Mexico and in 1951 he served as
director of s operations, plans,
organization a,nd training of the
On British Officer
' NAPLES, Italy;, Jan.: (UP)
British Prime Minister Sir Anth Anthony
ony Anthony Eden will personally issue a
statement regarding a post mor mortem,
tem, mortem, carried out by experts here
on the body of U. Anthony Moor Moor-'
' Moor-' house; it was learned-today,-;
The Prime Minister will make
' statement on the results of t h e
post mortem today',' said a spokes spokes-'
' spokes-' man for the group of, British, gov government
ernment government experts. -; ;r ;
The Egyptian s a id Moorhouse
a;a nt ..iffnritinn in an iron chest
in which he- was locked up for
9v riiii-ins the British arm-
, ,111 t u.j. w m ... j
f d forces search following his kid-i
napping. ..-- tm s
i The team of British experts
1 j J v. n, Vranria C 1 M D I.
famed Home Office pathologist, a a-'
' a-' waited instructions on when to re-
turn to Jfondon, with MoorheWs
body. - X .:
Miraflpres Bridge :
RR Crossing To Be
One Way Tuesday
. ' ; -- -
., The railroad erasing at Mira Mira-'flnres
'flnres Mira-'flnres bridge a Gaillard Highway
, will be restricted to one-way traf traffic
fic traffic between 8 and 19 a.m. Tues Tues-dT.
dT. Tues-dT. it was announced yesterday.
One-wiT traffic restrlctioa a-
eross the rtilroad crossing at tnst
twint will be necessary in order
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make psrtlal repairs to the ero-y5r the .family confirmed inf r.,t JttTt totaling only a a-Irg.
Irg. a-Irg. finsf repairs will be accom-??: . , jbout $2220.008 during the psst'cal-
- pushed when TTiatcher ferry u! Wilton Weiss tot. comic s agent. yMr.
. back on a 24-bour peratiosv-fessts ""1 n" f'w dT "' The last sale by the Commis Commissi
si Commissi which time the bridge caa be;ta&,lhd thst the boy, Richard flrT Division to a commercial ves ves-elosed
elosed ves-elosed for ee Bight.- - ieukemia. Richard is hop-:n. on the Pacific side was mde
SAN FRANCISCO ia S tT
Romanoffs, the Nob Hill branch
t inp ivinr rtiiuntii ifrvmi.
, ed toriay "aU you caa eat for
to L:.-vJ flL
L'" i A CAPITAL,
Navy Marine Corps and
joint European commana i
Montague's militry feer,
which began ;w!th his gradua graduation
tion graduation from the Military Academy
at West point in 1918 as ft sec second
ond second lieutenant of field artillery,
v.a hBun'htirhllirhted bv key
Army assignment that ultir
mately led to his choice by Sec
prt.ftrv of th Army WUber M.
Brucker for duty as commander
in chief,' Caribbean.
' A graduate of the Army Com Command
mand Command and General Staff Col College.
lege. College. Montague aerved'as Com Commanding
manding Commanding general of the. 83rd Di Division
vision Division Artillery in Europe dur during
ing during World; War II-1'-'
Following the war,- he com commanded
manded commanded Sandia Base and in 1951
he wen tto the European .Com .Command.
mand. .Command. From 1952 until he went
to Korea in 1955, the general
was deputy' chief of Atmy Field
forces, now continental Army
Command; at Fort Monroe, ..Vir ..Virginia.
ginia. ..Virginia. V ; ;
General and Mrs., Montague
arrived in the Canat Zone last
Wednesday night aboard the
Panama.- .-.!' .-''.v L V.V
They were greeted by General
and Mrs. Harrison and a wel welcoming
coming welcoming delegation that includ
ed Governor -and Mrs, -Potter,
Ambassador and Mrs. Harring
ton, and the component Army,
Navy and Air Force commano commano-ers
ers commano-ers and, their wives..;.. .
Thursday morning, a, Jrlnt
honor guard ceremony was held
at Quarry Heignxs on lciany wel welcoming
coming welcoming Montague to. the com command.
mand. command. .,- t,f.v ,-V-r
Soldiers, sailors,' marines and
airmen took oart In the time-
honored ceremony ; that includ included
ed included the sounding of a 15-gun a
luti for Montague. .-,
- A reception in hortor of Gen General
eral General and Mrs. .Montague 'w ft a
held at' Quarters 1, Qn arty
Heights by General ; and Mra.
Harrison Thursday evening-,
which also' was the occasion of
their personal farewell. to their
many friends. y-
SUrtin. -.Monday, : Montague
will begin a series Of official
calls, staff briefings and visits
to military activities In the Ca Canal
nal Canal Zone. ; - ; :
Doomed By Disease
t1Jlt.I TVM(U ILfl- UimtUJll
Red Sketton I f-year-old son is
or-en riven on it nve monm xa
iw i'iiini wriii iiMnwiwwTW""r r t t
uiizea ii me uwivi Hira-i rn- ianaav anernooa to ine JJise
tr and hia not bn told of the King, this entire order placed, by
serious Bttor of the dieae. i the ship's agent, the Panama A A-Richard
Richard A-Richard Is the only ton of S'l- tcncies Co., was for food and a-
inn and lii wife. Gwreis. The
rot pie al&o has
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axitffnipr. latpni.ina Mint.
rhv)nca (aid th bov l la no
paia and is "very cheerful."
Let the people
ramn Calif. Jan. 5 (UP)
Blonde actress Marie McDonald,
minus two front teeth and suf suffering
fering suffering a black eye and 1 other
hmiKffft was found wandering
and incoherent on a desert road
here last night nearly 24 nours
after she disatroeared from her
San Fernando Valley home.
She hysterically claimed sne
wan awakened and robbed of a
22-carat diamond ring by a Mex
ican and a Negro who hem ner
blindfolded in a, Los Angeles
house. ft 1
t Clad only in tt housedress
over a night dress against the
chill of theiointer desert night,
jhe was- taken to Coachella
alley Hospital here.
Attendants put her under se sedation
dation sedation and said she was in no
condition to answer until at
least dawn the prize dilemma of
the decade for Hollywood police:
1 Was she kidnaped or involo involo-ed
ed involo-ed in on elaborate hoax that
The California highway patrol
established toad blocks, at all
important intersections to ap apprehend
prehend apprehend the vpachuco type";
men she said were her-kidnap
-The beauteous- movie queen
andl former chorine of tleorge
White's Scandartsv bore; lacera lacerations
tions lacerations In- addition :,to the bruises'
and. told Imperial1 County sher sheriffs
iffs sheriffs deputies she was shoved out
nf n "old model, light-colored
sedan with green upholstery.?'
She told wncers sne was nm nm-en
en nm-en from a house in Loa Angeles
to a point near Cactus City a-
Zone Govt. Seeks
Bids On 2 Projects
, -:,,r;'!"J -;-;vf"'i'
The construction of a parking
lot at Gorgas Hospital and the
adition of two clasrrpoms and
a manual training shop at San Santa
ta Santa Cruz- School are' two civic
orojects on which bids are now
being solicited by the Canal
Zone governments .-
Bids for the construction of
the parking lot will be opened
Jan.. 11 and bid on the school
alterations will bv opened Jan.
18 in the Administration Build Build-in
in Build-in at Balboa Heights. '
The parkin' lot, which will
Increase- parking space hear
Gorgas Hospital to accommodate
58 additional automobiles, : will
be constructed adlacent to the"
present parking lot and near
rne out-patient cnnie. Access to
the out-oatient clinic from the
parking lot will be available by
means of ft covered stairway
leading from the parking lot to
the basement of. the hospital
building. The project is to be
completed within four months.
Facilities at the Santa Cms
school in Gamboa will he in increased
creased increased by .the construction of
two classrooms and ft woodshoo
and manual training, room in
the basement of the existing
school building. The work will
be done during the dry season
months end is scheduled to be'
comoleted by May when the
Latin American schools open
sifter the annual vacation.
fanar Makes Final
aIes .OI SuDP :
To TranIjn" Wds
Two sales totaling $350 last Mon Mon-dty
dty Mon-dty ended the sales of supplies to
ships by the, Commissary Division,
aa activity of the division for
more than 50 years
The sales of soppUes te ships
In Canal waters, to other thaa U.
S. Government vessels, were sus
pended Dee. 31 under terms of the
T--- WVil. l I 4.
i,hi,M Hnrin. th. w.fm w..
were of -tremendous volume, the
...mi .1.. k.. j...
nminlM Ur 123ft.
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'The Body Found
Missing 2 Teeth;
Was She Kidnaped?
The last sale to a ship on theimcome w oiner pruession am
. : : J .
miianuc was m inp muiu
for $Ul worth of food and ether
4 ship supplies.
;IN" INDEMNOENI .f
know the truth and the
PANAMA, R P, SATURDAY, JANUARY 5. 1957
bout five miles east of Indio,
where one of the men said: "'We
have to get rid of -her here be because
cause because we are getting close to
V-.l l wu.ublt
Then, she said, they knocked!
her out of the car and. down a
Her fingernails were broken.
"The men should have scratch"
es on them," she told lnvestiga-tors.-
She said she was forced to
leave her home with them ''be
cause they threatened my ba-
Wes." She is the mother of
, three two of them adopted
- and the last her own child,
now four montht oldV U
The said the alleged abductors
were in their early 20s "with
long wavy hair'' and wore leath leather
er leather jackets. "They blindfolded me
with a sack over my head and
took me to this house where we
stayed until dusk last night." V
; Miss McDonald claimed they
took the diamond ring given to
her by Murray Rosenberg, a
wealthy admirer .and New York
City merchant. However, several
days ago she told a Los Angeles
Hollywood reporter she had sold
the ring and turned the caih
mmit(A Ffcr PC
NEW YORK, Jan. S CUP)
James P. Warburg in a letter to
the Times today on the adminis administration's
tration's administration's Mid-East policy says:
"The administration could
make a .vital contribution to towards
wards towards a solution of the Suez
problem by reviving its 1945 pro proposal
posal proposal to internationalize all the
world 'i strategic waterways. By
offering to place the Panama
Canal under- United Nations
control the United States could
make it .almost Impossible for
Egypt to refuse to take similar
action with respect to Suez and
!the narrow entrance to the Gulf
A letter to the Herald Tribune
by Arnold Peter Moller, head of
the Maersk fleet of nearly 70
ships, and written from Copen Copenhagen
hagen Copenhagen is in similar vein.
- Moller writes:
"If the problem concerned the
Panama Canal or if the Lord
had not blessed America by
enormous oil great natural re resources,
sources, resources, what would be the at attitude
titude attitude of the United States and
its people?" ;
AFL-CIO To Press.
CHICAGO (UP) The AFL-CIO
American Federation of Teachers
will press for enactment of fed
eral aid for education in the new
Congress, Carl J .Megelr presi
dent of the union, said today.
Aiegel told the AFT executive
council today that 27. other nation
al orgamzaions nave joined the
teachers' federation in a "ave-
the-schools" drive, -'.-.'
Megel said the immediate ob
jective of the drive is passage of
a bill to provide federal aid for
rchool constnictioa. Such aid H
needed, he said, W help overcoire
a shortage of up to 500,000 class
rooms and to "replace the more
than nno.thtrH nt tiut tion'a 7M
tm gchooi buUdings that are obso-
Megel addressed the executive
council at the opening of its three three-day,
day, three-day, mid-year meeting.
'While we are working for fed federal
eral federal aid" he said, ."we must jrot
fidget that more aUte' aid from
legislatures opening this week or
next is equally essential. Many lo local
cal local school districts have reached
theif bonding and borrowing Jim-is.-
. . ; :
He said teachers' salaries
generally 60 per cent under
Manv 4i.lr ..1 f 1 1
,..i- my.urvi mu'v
rree salaries to keep even sub-
country U $afe" ; Abraham Lincoln.
WASHINGTON, Jan. 5 CUP)
Highlights of president Eisen Eisenhower's
hower's Eisenhower's address to Congress:
Middle East problems
A "new and critical stage" has
arisen because of persistent bor bor-der
der bor-der raids Israel's attack on E E-gypt,
gypt, E-gypt, and hostilities involving
Britain and France.
Instability In the area hfts
heen increased and at times
"manipulated"? by. interantional
long have sought to dominate
the Middle East and their in interest
terest interest there now "is solely that
of power politics; as part of the
Communist plan to communi2e
. United States y. Russia y
The Soviet" union has iiothing
to fear from th United states
in the Middle East or elsewhere
"so long as its rulers do not
themselves first resort; to ag
rt-ession. That statement I make
solemnly and emphatically."
What If Russia's Strategy
.: Succeeds? , .,
Western Europe would be en
dangered. The k Marshall Plan
and the North Atlantic Treaty
Organization would be lost. Free
nations of Asift and Africa would
be placed in serious leopardy.
All this would have, the "most
adverse, if. not disastrous, effect
upon 'our nation's economic life
andvfpolltlcal p.Tr : ;
' International e m unfam
seeks to mask its aim of world
domination by expression of
good VII and "superficially
attractive offers' of help. The
free world should remember
Esthonia, Latvia, Lithuania,
Hungary, and other subjugat subjugated
ed subjugated eastern European states,
" AMERICAN POLICY
United States basic policy In
world affairs "remains peace
a world peace based on justice.
Such- a. neace must include all
areas, all peoples of the world
H it is to De enaunng." in xne
Middle East, however, the Unit
ed states must make more evi
dent its willingness to support
freedom-lovine nations of the
How Should This Be Doner,;
- First; the United States should
cooperate and help any nation
or btoud of nations m tne Mia
die East to develop their econ
Second. Congress should au
thorlze the executive branch to
undertake military assistance
programs with any nation or
group of nations which desire
Third," Congress should au authorize
thorize authorize employment of U.S. arm
ed forces to protect the territory
and Independence of such na
tions which request help "a "a-galnst
galnst "a-galnst overt armed aggression
from any nation controlled by
What Are The Chances-Such-Forces
Will Be Used?
i!.Tt is my profound hope
that this authority would never
have to be exercisea at an." it
is designed to warn the com
munisU- against "miscalculat
ing" the U.S. determination to
heln the Middle East.
"I m convinced that the best
insurance against wis oanger-
ous contingency is to make clear
now our readiness to cooperate
fully and freely with our friends
in the Middle East in ways con consonant
sonant consonant with the purposes and
principles of the United Na Nations."
tions." Nations." -"
Ex-Sen.' George ;
Personal Staff ;
WASHTNfiTON. Jan. S flTlM
Retired Sen. Walter T. George!
(D-Ga) today was added to Presi-I
dent Eisenhowers personal staff
with. the S20,00a-a-year rank of!
The veteran Senator, former
Chairman of the Senate Foreign
Relations Committee, has bees
serving since last May as the
President's personal represents-
Uve to the North Atlantic Treaty j
White House Press Seeretsrv;
James C. Hagerty ssid George al-'
so wilf advise the Chief Executive,
and Secretary e State John Fos-j
ter Dulles en developing ad fr-j
rving out a bipartisaa foreign i
O' V I'".' ' ,11, Li
WASHINGTON, Jan. 5 (UP) President Eisenhower asked Congress today jor
authority to use American to in.- th Middle East, if necessary to defend the "tjferV
ritorior integrity and. political independence" of any nation in the area against Ccfm
munist armed aggression.
Mr, Eisenhower said it was hit profound hope that such authority would never
have to be used. "'.'.
He proposed, too, that if
Mr. Eisenhower made his request in person to a joint ses session
sion session of the new S5th Congress.
Rarely, if ever before, has a President addressed a new
Congress on a specif ie Issue In advance of his State of the
Union message echednled this year for next Thursday.
The President's Middle East message waa. carried on all
three major U.S. radio-TV networks. v ,
The Voice of America arranged to broadeast it throughout
the world. .:. ... : a
Mr. Eisenhower submitted
three basic recommendations:
1. Authority for the United
States to cooperate with and
assist any nation or group of
nations in the general area of
the Middle East In the develop development
ment development of economic strength dedi dedicated
cated dedicated to the maintenance of
national independence. : i
2. Authority for him to un undertake
dertake undertake in the Middle East pro
grams ".oXjnilitary ftssistar-r
anoV fcooperation with any -tiona
desiring such aid.'
, 5. Authority for the use of A A-merican
merican A-merican military force to pro protect
tect protect nations of th Middle East
"against over armed aggression
from any nation controlled by
international communism.." .,
Mr. Eisenhower asked no im immediate
mediate immediate money for the economic
and military asistance phases
of his program he aald present presently
ly presently appropriated, funds should be
adequate for the balance of this
fiscal year, which ends June 30.
He said, however, that he
would ask $200 minion during
each of fiscal, year 1951 and.
1959 for discretionary nse in
the Middle East. This two two-year
year two-year total of S400 mlll'on would
be In addition to other map
toal aecurltv nrorrams.
The Democratic controlled
Congress was expected eventual eventually
ly eventually to japprove the President's
proposed program, but only
after a. long hard look. ., i'.
, The "Eisenhower doctrine"
came under Communist at attack
tack attack hours before the' Presi President
dent President outlined it before the
joint session of Congress,
The Chief Executive said In
his special 3200-word message
that the measures he recom recommended
mended recommended would have to be in a a-greemerit
greemerit a-greemerit with present United
States treaty obligation in including
cluding including the United Nations
This meant, he said, that any
program now adopted would, in
Britain Faces More,
Oil Shortages; US
Said Major Cause
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LONDON, Jan. 5 (UP) Brit Britain
ain Britain faced a mounting oil ahort ahort-age
age ahort-age today and the United State
emerged In London's newspapers
as the alleged major cause.
- Gasoline rationing introduced
aa a temporary measure whe-i
the Suez crisis cut off supplies
coming to Britain through the
Sues canal, is not now expected
to end before Chrlstmaa. Strict-'
er economies are being mapped
by, the government of Sir An Anthony
thony Anthony Eden to conserve avail available
able available supplies. '.
And the United States was ac accused
cused accused by several of the coun country's
try's country's major national dallles,vof
choking supplies of American
crude oil to Britain to suit her
Texas Oil companies came m
for particular criticism for their
apparent unwillingness to step
up supplies of crude oil to Eu Europe.
rope. Europe. Britain ha, drunk' the cup
of deprivation and Injustice,
said Lord Beaverbrook'a Daily
Express in an editorial eritlclc eritlclc-Ing
Ing eritlclc-Ing Texas Oil producera for
their apparent foot dragging1.
The conservative Daily Tele Telegraph
graph Telegraph said independent produc producers
ers producers in the Lone Star State ap appeared
peared appeared anxious to avoid step stepping
ping stepping up shipments to Britain
and Other European countries
in the hope that the increased
demand would aend prtcei sky-
Hi i l i i i I
t 4 x -s 'I -.V; wicm;
US Forces There
this authority is 'granted, it
wi iiaimri unuer vommuniai anacK.
the event of' armed attaQkr In i
me Miaaie. sasi, nave to pf suo-
Jecfc to the overriding authority
of the U.N. Security Council.
':',; ;',..,;. V .if-
Mr. Eisenhower, said the
current' instability At the Mid Middle
dle Middle East and the differences
between Israel And her 'Arab;
neighbors- had been "helgbt "helgbt-,
, "helgbt-, ened" and, at Vines, "manl-.
p d I a t d" bx international
He said the Soviet Union had
nothing; to fear from the Unit United,
ed, United, states in the Middle, East,
but that Russian ruler had
long sought to dominate that
'The reason for Russia's in interest
terest interest in the Middle East is sole solely
ly solely that of power politics,' he
"Considering her announced
purpose of Communlzing the
world it is easy to understand
her hope of dominating the Mid Middle
dle Middle East"
Mr. Eisenhower said he would
'deal nr'th the Internationa sit situation
uation situation generally in his Jan. It
State Of the Union message. .
He aald, however, that he felt
the special situation In the Mid-
die East had reached a new and
critical stage which required his
rmmeaiaie presentauon or tne,
matter to the House and Senate.
He said he deemed the mat
ter te be of "grave Importance
te our country."
Mr. Elsenhower said that If
congress fives hina the stand standby
by standby military authority, he will
maintain hour-by-hour con
tact with the House and Sen Senate
ate Senate should mli'tary applica application
tion application of the new policy become
He added that if grave impli
cations arose In the Middle East
at a time when congress was
not in session, he would eall
Congress into ipeclai session
- Fnrthermore, he aald he In Intended
tended Intended promptly te send a
special mission te the Middle.
East te explain the coopera cooperation
tion cooperation this, country is prepared
t extend. v
This move apparently is de
signed to offset Communism
Jimmy Dorsey Has
from Left Lung
NEW, YORK, Jsn. S (UP)
Bandleader Jimmy Dorsey under
went surgery in Doctors Hospital
here' yesterday for removal of a
wart on his left lung.
The hospital said he was '.'rest '.'resting
ing '.'resting quietly" following, the oper-
Dorsey's sgeot, Tina Bsrxi, said
the 52 year eld musician,- who
plays saxophone and clariqrt, will
remain in the hospital about' 1
daya and then ge to Florida foi
Barxi explained that Dorsey's
ailment waa net serious and wa
"fairly common" among musi
Dorsey's brother. Tommy, died
last November after choking en
food particles during his sleep a
his home "in Greenwich, Cona.
ATLANTA. Ga. Ja. S (UP)
The Holland Fursnee Company ex-
p! aincd today that a minor fire
vhu-k kmk. wit n a faultv furaare
at its headquarters was not due tei
la. m-M l.ak fieMS ftfAii ( kT
oum van. mw tvuiu vtwkiw
would not be used except at
propaganda blasts charging that
the "Eisenhower doctrine" is a
"vicious colonialist offensive a-
gainst the people of the Middle -East."
Mr. Elsenhower said his pro proposed
posed proposed policy for the Middle East
undoubtedly involved "risk" a
well as certain burdens for 'the
United States because 'the com communists,
munists, communists, who covet the Middle
East, will not like the American
Mr. Elsenhower, however.said
"nothing Is more necessary- to
assure, mjs (prevention 01 g-
gression) .than that our policy,
with respect to the defense of
the area be promptly and clear clearly
ly clearly .determined and declared." '.
Thy the TnH.-j r-Hrr, air
fr. ;.-'ly;..M-: .,...fu. a i
indeed governments which are
not friendly, will know where
we stand,'' he said, :
Mr. Eisenhower: said one ef
the greatest dangers- in (he
current situation is that 'powV
er-hongry Communists" mirht
fasely or correctly estimate
that the M'ddle last is de defended
fended defended fnaedquately.; Th i a
might tempt them to use overt
armed attack, '? i
The President said he feared
that If this happens lt would
"start a chain of circumstances
which would almost surely in involved
volved involved the United States in mil military
itary military action." ; -:
"I am convinced that the best
insurance against this danger
ouj contingency Is to make clear clear-now
now clear-now our readiness-to cooperater
fuuy and freely with our frlendjf ,.
0f the Middle East In, wavs con
sonant with the -purposes anq
principles of the United Na Nations."
tions." Nations." -.-Mr.
dations were made against-the
background of. what he called
"the simple and, lndlsputai,'
facts: ; v" ;
"1. The Middle East, whfS
has always coveted by-Rusiu,
would today be prized move
than ever by international CQjrs
munism. -. -m.
"2. The Soviet rulers contrrwe
to show that they do not scruple
to use any means to gain their
"3. The free nations -of ih
Middle East need, and for he
most part want, added street ft
to assure their continued hide.
While Mr. Elsenhower w"a
highly laudatory, of the United
Nations, he said the veto pew-
er of Russia in the U.N. Security
Council always posed a danger..
The Un'ted Nations can al-?
ways be helpful," he aald, "hot.
H cannot be a wholly depend dependable
able dependable protector of freedom wherr
the ambitions ef the- Soviet,
Union are involved. ..:
"Under all the eireum-
stances I have laid before yen.
a greater ; responsibility new
devolves npoa the U 1 1 e d
States." -,.. ; i-t
He said that because of ,th!f
situation, he thought it was nor
essential that the United States
express through Joint action rf
the president and the congress
its "determination to assist
those nations of the Middle East
area which desire that assist assistance...
I The broad outllnea rlh
"Eisenhower doctrine", had been
laid before Senate and Hv j
leaders earlier this week by Ef
retsnr of SUte John Foster
Dullea . ; ''-
BihV The Hand. .
NEW YORK. Jan. 5 ftPV-PrU
icemaa John H. LeugM.n,
has won five citations for br: v
In action, went out cm tb ic' f
Central Park Lake yetraiv
rescue a stranded dog. The dog t
him and scampered away. Lot;
lin fen through the ice. He al
takieg eainful snU rsbies rxu
ment. Four of hi citsUons r-
for sobdutng men with gun. It
thee sctions he aever received
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''vin your Dec. 19 Issue, page 14, column 2, I read with deep
5Uhpathy an article under the title "Scrooge-Like Reds Blight
jit&ry Xmas for Bast Berllners." The text of the first two
nararrarjns reads as iohows.
man Communist officials have
juast Benin irom navmg a merry v;nusi.inaa. l-uuiiuuuui puuu
and customs guards on- duty at the borders between Kast and
West Berlin are confiscating Christmas gifts, delicacies and
West German currency without which there can be no happy
holiday in Bast Berlin homes."
"""""Now, we in the' anti-Communist bloc of the world would say
this Is terrible, and surely- our criticism would be in order. And
peSple living on the Canal Zone would be among the first,
' Draau-minaeu, aemocruuc peupics ui mo uuu w biuuiuu
thjji Communist police practice.
"We Canal Zonefs would be among the first to express sym sympathy
pathy sympathy for these unfortunate residents of East Berlin because
weare fortunate to be living in a God-blessed land, where the
err&test symbol of freedom and democracy still proudly flies
irom every flag pole within the Canal Zone.
.lYet, let me tell you a story of an incident which occurred
onjChrlstmas Day in this Canal Zone area a story equal in
-all-its Scrooge-like aspects, and the main character in the tale
is.. Canal Zone police officer who committed practically a
similar Scrooge-like act against a law-abiding group of local
rat musicians whom he prevented from playing the annual
Christmas Carrols Serenade in the white community of Gam Gam-boa;
boa; Gam-boa; I. would like you to tell me if there is any difference be be-tween
tween be-tween his action and that of the Communist Police of East
'Shortly after sunrise on Christmas Day a group of about
tight musicians started' off in a little pickup truck, making
their annual trip around the town of Santa' Cruz, playing their
usual Christmas Carols to cheer the residents of the town. As
they finished playing their lovely tunes in one spot, the unseen
but listening residents would break into spontaneous, lengthy
applauses to express their thanks and Appreciation. Then the
little green truck carrying the happy, tknd of musicians would
more on to a different point of the town. I
On their second stop, they were Intercepted by the police
i. pukiui car, avua me puuee umtci maiue outnea ujienueiiiiig u
have them all '"run lri" (arersted ). That'svright. He said he
wks only 'waiting for one resident to complain before he took
acuon. . v ...
, v Thank God,' the residents of Santa Crua. happened to be
Christians and not Scrooges, to nobody complained, and tha
merry 'band of musician continued to! play'4hetr "music peace
ully. We finished ; making our usual rounds In the, town of
jBanta Cruz, and a is our usual annual custom, we started, off
Sot the top of the hill (Gamboa) where the white folks live,
ar)d for whom we have been playing Christmas carols for many
But the police officer who had been hounding behind us
au morning had his own ideas about the true spirit of Christ Christmas,
mas, Christmas, and there He came chasing after us up the hill at break breakneck
neck breakneck speed. He halted us for the second time. This time he de demanded
manded demanded a permit from us. He probably meant the same kind
of permit required in Hungary and Russia before persons can
freely assemble to celebrate Christmas. But we didn't know
Russia ruled over the Canal Zone, so we did not get out the
He informed us that he didn't care whether we have been
playing carols in the white town for years or not; that he had
hit orders to have us confine our activities to our own com community;
munity; community; that "your music won't be appreciated by the people
Up here, anyway. So get back down where you belong."
.1 We left quietly, repprted the matter to our civic council
and went on out merry way to the Gamboa Penitentiary and
then on to the town of Paraiso where we did not find a single
t human being who did not appreciate vour music.
'! I am pretty sure this police officer was not really speaking
fAV HA fniA Am1idrtfl nrhl Htr nn f rtrt rt lo mkna Villi T rl
ously doubt that he had been
hope to find out soon.
SAN ANTONIO BUGLE
A happy and prosperous New Year to all. Well, the old
yar went mad and all laws were ignored. Fireworks are for for-.
. for-. bidden In the city, but the sound of shooting firecrackers didn't
le$ up until after midnight, for I heard one explosion in front
of my door at two In the morning.
. r -a
Z To end the year I took the family and our guest to Chris Christies
ties Christies for a fish dinner and a drive around for a short visit with
Xrtends, former residents of her home town of Orange, Texas.
The family and guest stayed out until midnight, but not me.
Have to guard these qld bones, so I stay, home after dark; can't
' jee to get around any more.
t Our next important event is the Fat Stock Show running
ten days from Feb. 10 and I hope to tee some of my tropical
friends here. Bring In your choice stock: the competition is
generally between Iowa and Texas, b-it there are fine exhibits
Jfrom elsewhere and there are some excellent ones from South
- America, especially Colombia.
:; The dry weather in this part of the country makes it a
fine turkey country and our double breasted turks are not sur surpassed
passed surpassed anywhere. When I came here in '45 we had to slow up
t a place on the road from Brownsville to let a flock of about
120 wild turkeys take to the wing to light in a nearby tree.
'. Dont forget the date of Feb. 10, and come to the show
ana oring your duu. wniie tne
sure to go.
We are expressing our appreciation for the personal kind kindness
ness kindness of the many people at Gorgas and Coco Solo Hospital.
who assisted our mother during
Also tha officers, enlisted personnel and civilian employes
of Finance fc Accounting Office, USARCARIB, Corozal, and
friends on both aides of the Isthmus who also showed us kind kindness
ness kindness and personal attention for which words cannot really ex express
press express our heartfelt thanks.
In the Interest of economy and extra personnel why Is It
necessary for there to be a bookkeeper on the second floor of
t.a Atlantic Side Hospital when the boas ladjr where they havj
tut charts knows the same Information?
'. the checks the same sheets as they have and she could
take this work, saving the hospital money for the other salaries.
When t "visited the clinic she corrected information they
rave me upstairs and the had plenty of help working under
her to do the Job.
-Berun, ucc. 10 iur,-on
turned into Scrooges to preventfSan Francisc0i Brewster is due ta
given any such orders. But we
Local Rate Musician
price may be high, they are
her long illness and recent
Clifford Daxoa Family
By VICTOR RIESEL
The Teamsters are the richest
and most influential of all unions
And the most frequently Investi Investigated,
gated, Investigated, too. It is as natural that
their leaders resent this as it is to
be expected that their power,shall
ring inquiries upon mem. i-
That it tha nature af things
American. Pawar creates power powerful
ful powerful sppanants. Right now tha
most influential critic f tha
Team iters is a Senate subesm
mlftee which hat t-jbpenaed tev
are I : scare Teamster fficlalt
fram Naw York, Portland, Ore.;
Sen Francisco and Las Angelas
to came to Washington and try
Sonata witness chair for size.
Lead-off position in this galaxy
-' veothusiastic w i t n e S s e s is
Frank Brewster, who succeeded
. vocvs Head of the combine
known as the Western Conference
of Teamsters, which runs from the
Dakota Badlands to the hills of
Washington on Jan. 15, along with
one of Bis colleagues
in the fraternity known as "The
Teamsters" there is not; much
brotherly spirit for Brother Brews
ter, but there is a strong com
m unity of interest. An investiga
tion of one could lead to an in
vestigation of all. It's not the prin
ciple: it's the precedent.
Tha Sonata Government Oper Operations
ations Operations Committee Is not only
looking into possibly wrongdoings.
Under its special cqunsei, bob
Kennedy, the sub-committee al alto
to alto wants to know what tha lecal
Teamrters, tha eeuntry ever, do
with soma of their money.
The Senate is interested in wel
fare and fund expenditures and
political contributions as well. This
means, of course, tnat tne sun sun-penas
penas sun-penas are Juces tecum, which an
ancient school marm once told me
means, bring along your books and
records, too, boys.. ;
Now there is one thing you can
say lor some ot tne reamsiers
records. Thev don't either dust.
Some have been known simply to
et lost. And some have been sub-
peaned so frequently, they are
more familar siahtt in probers' of
fices than on the home grounds.
Most freauently the authorities
return the books and say and do
nothing. This gives the Teamsters
a legitimate grievance. P f
If there is something wrong.
they say, then they should not be
harassed either by the local au
thorities or even the Senate.
So. there is mountlnr. sentiment
inside the- Teamsters for defiance
of "Senate subpenas duces tecum.
-T1ii would set Jhe Teamsters not
only against the Senate tub-committee,
but against many local and
state authorities as well. The
Teamsters don't exactly shy from
a fight. But this one would be with
forces as influential as their own.
So the decision will be reached on only
ly only after considerable discussion.
Thero will be ditcuttien, be
cauta tha union's officials, Dava
Beck and Jim Heffa, meve cau cautiously
tiously cautiously though they sometimes
appear-ta get eff impatueus for forays
ays forays acratt tha Industrial and
financial highway of the land.
They ara, above all, able ttrat ttrat-agists
agists ttrat-agists and they meve mattly an
advice af ceuntel.
This time they are planning to
assemble some 40 or 50 of the
Teamsters' lawyers in Chicago
sometime this month.' These at attorneys
torneys attorneys have met before in this
council of counsels to help make
The last time they gathered was
in May 1955, In Washington, where
they launched an attack on the
Hobbs Federal Anti-Racketeering
Act, which originally was passed
"to render more difficult the ac activities
tivities activities of oredatory criminal
gangs of tne Kelly and Dillinger
tvoes. "but which the Teamsters'
lawyers say la now being used un
fairly against ineir union
The gathering in Chicago, if it
is actually called, will be of sharp
interest to the government and
other unions as well. If the Team Teamsters
sters Teamsters decide to defy the Senate
committee, and if the law upholds
their refusal to show their records
to the federal investigators, an
Important precedent will be set.
Senate investigators will be set
back in that ease not oniy in their
probe of the Teamsters, but in
any other investigation of labor
and industry auxe.
The Senate probers sren't going
to run from this legsl bsttle eith.
er. Nor tne senate iiseu. minouv
th newer to suboena records, no
CnnrrMtional commitee can do
Certainly Mr. Kennedy's Govern
ment Operstion suocomiuee wouw
suffer. It is seeking an appropria appropriation
tion appropriation of some $200,000 to look into
other unions, and some companies,
too, which It believes is hsmpering
interstste commerce. If it is top topped
ped topped by the Teamsteri legal staff
on this score, tne commiuee wouio
hsve to go out ol Business.
There are some mighty vital Is
sues Involved la this ngnt.
7 r-zk v
V M IZt
ipi- : v- jr asaFr v r .-itiv -j- i
Growing Old Ungracefully
By the time this missive is
plucked from its bottle, onea, ana
entered inco the archives, your
hottorpH rnrresnondent will have
achieved' his 41st milestone, and I
wish to report that it is not so
had as the 40 ih one.
.Rut. thnn nothing is so -oaa as
the 40th one. A man pushing 40
still hat delusions of being a young
man, a brash' young cock who will
never grow old. Until the days
wane on 39,' it had never, really
occurred, that it; was possible for
After 40, you1 quit klddingour klddingour-self.
self. klddingour-self. You ain't a boy any more,
and you ain't ever going to be a
boy again. All you're going to get
It is of no moment that your
spirit is blithesome, and your eye
responsive to a well-turned ankle.
Under that responsive eye is a
bag. It will get baggier.
You may call the hair In front
of your ears distinguished, if you
like, but what it really is, is white,
and not prematurely so.
And the shiny spot on top of
your head will not gef any smaller
with time. Just because you can't
see it doesn't mean it isn't there.
The tailor's mirror tells you it's
there, all right.
Somebody was writing the other
day that man's Intelligence peak
was not reached, at 21, as popu-
THl I ROADWAY
Benny Goodman's band was
heard from Thailand on NBC New
Year's Eve. The anonymous sax
ninlt in "Memories of You wa;
I the King of Si ara ... The Hellinger
lm.... i Mv Fair I.adv'
Mnai mti rj landlord $1.200..
000 He will peddle it for $3,000,000.
. Anthony Farrell, the proprietor!
of the theater. Is prob'ly one of
the luckiest men in the world. Re-
Dortedly adopted from an orphan
age his foster parents left nira 40-"on snares of zotn Century-Fox
million ... Frankie gave Nancy, his Studios. Darryl sanuck owns 140,-ex-wife,
a mink-stole for Christ- 000 Zanuck's first movie job paid
mas ... "Howard Hughes' niece." $125 a week. In 3 years his wage
says one item, "is doing the mid-) was $5,000 per week ... Midtown Midtown-town
town Midtown-town nisces with soandso." He has ers are still tch-tchatting about the
no nieces, never had a brother or sousciety gal (on an alcohoiiday)
dtr (F.nd ot manufactured mal
arkey) ... Norma, The Dynamic
mu. nm,ffi TWA'd back yester
day from MovleviUe where ahe be-
came an overnignv-ceieumy.
appears with Fred Waring's crew
(in Gleaaon's spot) f tomorrow
eve'g... Vincent Lopei mourns wr
the night club comte who went to Acsdemy Award Prize. "Country
an analyst Vhere be was told to' Girl") this way: Grace De Mona Mona-"u
"u Mona-"u dSS Ton the couch and f?(;'ta. tady
JT -.rtinir- Three months ..End of Devil's Island," is one
.r th. .nalvst ouft his racket
and started doing tie comic a ac.
.. From a New Yorx dwfk
.r.., ;nnA hv an air com-
-.J.ir vfr the hoUday jumped
a Minta on the Ut trade, which was
deiayeo an nour """f- -heavy
demand" Radio has no
. W m.trn Af tH
ins Wtit us UM uk wi "'
.... m.rt suit
Trced "she can
consume aa araaxing variety and
quantity of firewater. Scotch, Te4
ou.lt Seer and AbsmUie. la that
order Tint's the formula for tne "8 wiu oe aemonsneo unless you
H bomb Gene Kelry will eUr okay the corner in front of Han Han-in
in Han-in one of those off-beat teevrft s drug store Pretty pesse?.
drsmas Tbe two lesds are a
armed man In love wita a dear t ma swaigni cucx. Broad Broad-mute
mute Broad-mute (Chommlng).Barbara Stan- way's still her Streetheart ...Eliza ...Eliza-m
m ...Eliza-m iIiHt ta beini beth Ttr tor's middle ts is Rma-
coacerned aboui the destitute
It Just TiyJt"
an j...jc..;,,rt- .m mm mm asw aw w .mmw .mw .rsr-w- ,:.?.. .".t.-.' a
larly supposed, but at 50. Don't you
oe ieve u. At ti. yuu are aupciuuu.-
anlv intellieent Starting at 30 you
begin to have doubtf, which pro progress
gress progress through the 40's until at 50,
I have observed, onan is merely
set in his ways and his positive
opinions are an old man's frighten frightened
ed frightened braggadocio.'
Which brings us to the business
of growing old gracefully. I stout stoutly
ly stoutly refuse. You will not catch this
old boy wearing Taitersall vests
and rininc the rumba with slick
chicks after he passes, his 50
s after he passes, h
I have already given up the
mambo. as a eesture to age, and
foreswore the samba ages ago, I
am practicing up to be1 a crtochety
old man, like Grandpa.
Grandpa's feet' hurt, so he wore
Congress gaiters and cut holes in
the toes to ease his. bunions. He
wore white socks, inside out, so
the seams couldn't devil his soles.
He wore long drawers that laced
up the back. He smelled like tobac tobacco
co tobacco juice and whisky, and he was
right about everything. Anybody
who didn't agree with him was a
Grandpa was firm, on all points.
Things weren't like they used to
be. The weather was much worse
when he was a boy. He could re remember
member remember with painful clarity every everything
thing everything thai happened to him since
the age" of two.
paches and Navajo Indians. She
gets furious when she reads about
all the money sent to the needy
abroad. The Apaches and Nava jo-
es, she glares, do not own land or
oil "so our government doesn't but
ter them up" ... Barbara was a
dopted into The Blackfoot Tribe.
ner injin name rnncess Mary
Cecil B. DeMille keeps working
hard, albeit he doesn't have to,
you know. He explains: "Creation
is a drug I cannot do without" ...
Howard Hughes now owns one mil
on Lexington. They threw her out
(Psychiatric-sic-8ic) ... Billy Eck
stein has a week open starting
Jan. 3rd when he resumes at the
wpa ... Her &erene Highness signs
her letters to intimates (such as
Wm. Perlberg who produced her
the H'woodarhngs recruited for
me inaugural Ball "Miss Ver
mont (sanai Simpson) is another
. ej-year-oia w. u Handy 's "St
Louis Blues' brings him $50,000
oneiiey winters, star of "Girls
of Summer," makes sense: "To me
temperament means simply that
wy care oout ymir work" La.
'uraer s pnzea possessions in
License Commissioner of N v.
"Smiling Jackie," a helpless' crinl
W Broadway, win
U newsstand location (atsist
and 7th) where Uie Roseland build-
ooe-ittnei Merman s "Hsppy Hunting,
A-imood. (Hi, Rosie) m If Ray MU-
He couldn't undersatnd what had
come over today's young 'tins.
Children were different when he
was a boy had some respect for
vheir elders, and weren t always
gallivanting around in automoDues.
Grandpa thought all doctors we're
quacks, and there wasnt' nothing
wrong with nobody that a g o o d
physic wouldn't cure.- Anything he
didn t like, which was practically
everything, was "newfangled tom
He got up crotchety and improv
ed his score ss the' day went' en
"I am a mean old man." ne
told me once. "And I aim to get
He had several other axioms.
"There ain't no fool like an old
fool," he said, "except an old fool
with a young wife. Ana: "I res
pect your opinion, but not when
I know better'
On death.' "If there was a way
to beat it, I would have heard a
bout it." And: "The world Is full
of fine, fragmentary thoughts kill
ed at birth by the interruptions of
Grandpa thought that overfre
quent washing opened the pores
and let in germs, and that the only
cure, for a cold was raw onions
and corn whisky.
My Grandpa refused to grow old
gracefully, and his grandson aims
to follow his example. u
land were free the new Mrs Mil-
land, intimates suspect, would be
Debra Paget ... Debra drives a
jewel-encrusted Caddy ... Mario!1
Lanza, who earned 3 million in it,
i i. i v.. j. H
years, Is broke .. Not too long ago
wm. Holden. was dropped oy a
studio. They said he lacked sex ap-
" Joan Crawford's valentine to ex
groom Franchot Tone (via an in in-icrviewj:
icrviewj: in-icrviewj: "I have the utmost trust
and respect for Franchot and gra gratitude
titude gratitude lor what he gave me during
our marriage. If I were in need,
I feel that ne'd be the first to fly
to my side" m Many critics bless blessed
ed blessed Brando's acting in "Teahouse
of the August Moon. Another rave-
wortny performance in tbe film Is
Paul Ford's ... Barbara McNair, a
prerty person (with an easy-going
song-manner), can star at the Mo Mo-cambo,
cambo, Mo-cambo, Hollywood, next week. But
she Is booked at th rin
Brooklyn) Jan. 4th, wnere Harold
Aricn (producing a new show for
Belafonte) will Catch her style. Fol
lowing a suggestion oy una spec spectator
tator spectator ... Toni, which takes over the
8 p.m. Friday night spot on NBC NBC-TV
TV NBC-TV will save money, ihe package
costs them $18,000 a film Mine
cost them $40 000. Inside stuff: Tbe
resson Wm. Bendix got back his
old 1:30 spot Friday nights was to
stop a lawsuit by his furious Spon Sponsor.
sor. Sponsor. v '-' ''.:
T V ;
- From Marie Torre's TV report!
"The Pulse rating company decid decided
ed decided to -puncture the methods of
competing services (which use the
ohone-system) with a survey of1
teevee homes that do not have
phones. After noting that non non-phone
phone non-phone homes do considerable more
viewing thsa phone-owned famili
es, the report concluded: In view
of the very significant differences
between the two groups, TV audi audience
ence audience measuiement methods based
only on telephone hemes tend to
undersumate tne size Of the audi audience'."
ence'." audience'." v ..
like th maa said. I
HARMON, Newfoundland Most1
interesting construe don project
anywhere in the world is f being
carried on in Northern Qreenland
under Lt. Col. Elmer F, Clark of
the 1st Army V Engineers Artie
Task Force.' ';s''"i"'.''i-''
He Is building a subway like tun tunnel
nel tunnel under the icecap, also silos out
of ice and a huge room out of ice.
The basic principle is to pour
snow In the same manner we pour
concrete in warmer elimates. ;
Already Clark has concocted an
ice silo for the storing of gasoline.
I always thought silos were solely
for the ; purpose of storing "Cow
feed, but Clark Is proving the
contrary. ?f t .v.i..v.. .v.i..v..-"An
"An .v.i..v..-"An ke silo won't leak a drop,"
he told me, "and we believe the
gasoline will be purer aner a win winter
ter winter in the silo because the mois moisture
ture moisture content win evaporate.'IU
ki. th Air For,- has to snend
a lot of money building gas-oil.
tanks in the Arctic, the Army
engineers ice silos could be a
great, aaying. .; y,
We have also dug out. a room
about 60 feet long," Clark explain explained.
ed. explained. "It has a snow and ice roof
over it 170 feet high. There are
no supports to hold up the roof.
ML 1 1. tt
tne ice Mrms hs own auinwri.
The tunnel which the 'Army en-
gineers are digging Into the Green
t a.W 'W t...l u
a deep trench, then pouring snow
on supports to form the roof. Aft
er the roof is steady, tne supports
are removeo as wivn concrcie,
..t tk. i wmnim
""J'rr" a . 7r.:.
solid, tne snow rooi is oniy xouri,:,, ,-. t,
feet thick and does-not melt ta'ffi"?1,? a ""! Aw
s 1 StttMivMaat
Native GreenlandersS descended
torn the Eskimos, have given up
snow construction, but the Army
now finds It perfectly practical.
Col. John Batjer of Houston, an
enthusiastic Texan without any
Texas braggadocio,' waxes really
enthusiastic about Newfoundland Newfoundlanders.
ers. Newfoundlanders. J
He's the commander at Harmon!
Air Force Base where about 1,500
Canadians work under him;. He al also
so also lends a helping hand to the lit
tle town 'of Stephensville, a ona-
time fishing village of 15o which
has mushroomed to .ooo iNew
foundlanders since the .Americans
established t base at nearby Har-
Newfoundland conditions are dif
ferent from Greenland. Here A-
merican wives can be stationed on
the base, mi there is contact be
tween .Americans and British in
101 ways. ..,
Batjer sits in on Stephens ville
Chamber of Commerce meetings,
has organized a committee of 21
to work out Joint Newfoundland-
American problems. His Air Force
fire chief sits on tha council, to together
gether together wi.h the Canadian fire
chief, likewise school officials, pol
"Suddenly. I have found myself
with children," exclaims the Col.,
referring not to himself but his
"Children grow. They get older.
When they grow they have to
have schoolhcuses. We thought we
hsd an extra schoolhouse, but now
we have to start a high school,!
so were right back- where we
started. We're just bustin'. out all
Batjer, however, seems adequate
to it. He' not only a base com
mander and a school constructor
but a diplomat holds biweekly seS-
1 Milk producer
11 WajUI Amtm
12 Actress, -Gardner
is permit jj vaUeys
1$ (e late rrm tools
a5iSi-M-" BWS Heating
"W1fd ; Myeansoj
$5 Hire :
I 1 k is I i p P 1 P f 1
1 1 T -rlr
i m k l T TTJ"
II Prater ending
41 Sainte (ts.)
12 Cora brasi
1 Young beylae
slons with newly arrived troops to
instruct them on improving Cana
man American relations. !--
Note In Northern Greenland
Commander; OrL Jensen,' whom 1
met .last year.-is still in .Thule,
still representing the Danish Gov,
ernment, and sill pays tribute to
Danish -American relations ia
IC ID RUNWAY ' I
v When you get a smash hit ea
Broadway, most authors of that
hit buy themselves a Rolls Royce
or a Cadillac, a butler and a pent-:
house. v ps:m-:-nw:-'s ; '-i'
In contrast, Adolph Green, who
has Just written "Bells Are Ring
lng," lay on the floor of the Hotel
Dcglnk at Harmon Newfoundland.
Under his head was a fur parka.
He was fully elothed
. "We will now. begin our course
on swine raising in ancient Brit
ain, taio. ureen, addressing a
bevy of Broadway beauties, also
reclining on the hotel floor. "Tuia
Is a two-year course and those
who won't be here to finish it will
not be enrolled. Please feel rea-
.onav. --.'- "v
sonao,y ,ur we wl g be here."
; .- tnA
iu; fTZ 6 fts
we had got aboard our MATS
Cojisteliaiio.1 bound for Wew York.
"You should be back in New
VArv Aimtin va .h
''f m! your royalties
ouioeed Clara redrone. "fnti.H.
J,The problem in this course,"
continued author Green, unper unperturbed,
turbed, unperturbed, "is to find the derivation
of the Hampshire swine. Did it
come from Hampshire? Also, car car-tain
tain car-tain Manhattan swine. It will take
us at least two years to study tha
derivation of ancient swinery and
its effect on present day swinery.
While Green sleepily 'orated, 0 0-maha,
maha, 0-maha, Neb., was on the telephone
to Harmon. Strategic Air Com Command
mand Command Headquarters wanted- to
know' what had happened to the
runway, The Fighter Command
was aiso worried. ?
ine Air rorce naa oeen on tne
,th1. mmA -nB,.nA
with missile a ttack. Aa iced jrun-j,
Urauiat- lvlAilr fMiVt Al mm A iarn l4 a.AaaB
7 aT ui ivnvuuuisiiu nvwiu incaa i
nk. hnmhApe tftAHIrl fa. Ir A. 'I'hta
could upset the entire chain pf
American Arctic defense. y
For the first time I began to get
a vivid first hand picture as to -why
these Arctic bases are s o
important,' why it Is necessary to -keep
20,000 American troops guard
tag them day and night.
Batjer decided to sand the run
way, anow piows and Duuaozers
began to roll. The Jet Fighter
Command ea led to know what kind
of sand he was using.
Fine sand was OK, or large rock.
But if pebbles of one-eight to dne
quarter of an inch in size got mix-
ea in tne sana, mey coura get sues sues-ed
ed sues-ed into a jet engine. One pebble
could spoil several million dollars
worth of machinery.
I began to realize even more of
to Intricate problems of weather
. ., ... .. ,;.., '-
Finally the runway was sanded.
Old msn weather, man's greatest
enemy la the northland, was con conquered
quered conquered or at least circumvented,
temporarily. We left for New York,
Washington, and home.
Answer to Previous fuxxle I
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St Hirvtst time,
41 Beattaf '
42 Higta cards
41 Had en
4T Oriaea la tkia
to Heaita resort
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DE LA GUARDIA-ZUBIETA WEDDING Mr. and Mrs. Roberto 'dtf la Guardia Jr are shown.,
with Euests at the .reception, following their w eddlng last night. The-bride is the daughter :
of Deputy Juan B. Arias A. and the groom Is the son of the Consul General of New York
and Mrs. Roberto de la Guardia, and the nephew of the President of Panama Ernesto de 4a ,;
Guardia Jr. f ' '
LOCAL CHAPTER OF DAUGHTERS OF U.S. ARMY
WILL START REORGANIZATION WITH LUNCHEON I
: The Panama Chapter of the D.U.S.Ai (Daughters of the ;
United States Army) is being reorganised. ; v
. This organization, is composed of daughters, of regular
Army officers on duty retired or deceased. . Since many ;
Armv daughters tend -to marry Into the Service, those in interested
terested interested in building up this organization feel that there must;
be many ladies living on the Army posts here who are
elirible for membership.
- The D.U.SJL plans to atarts th New Year with, a luneh- -eon.
which will be held at-the Tivoll Guest JHouse at 12:30-
Jan Z2. Those Interested in attending, or wanting to know
more about the organizations are asked to' call Mrs. Arthur
Underwood Kobbe 3237.
trethal Announced '
Mr. and Mri Herman H. Keep-,
ers of Gatun, Canal Zone, an an-nounc
nounc an-nounc Hhe betrothal of their
daughter1 Shirley Anne ( to -Dale
Walter Taylcr of Rodman, Canal
Zone. 'Mr. Taylor is the son of Mr,
and Mrs. Johd A. Taylor of Gatun j
Mica KMMri was born and rear'
ed on the Canal Zone and;- was
graduated from Cristobal High
ci ih limn ism She is enroll-
a fraxhmsit In the Canal
7 i inniop -T.nWef in s Balboa.
Miss-' Keepers .' is Worthy Advisor
of Cristobal Assembly No. I, order
of th Raihbbw for Girl at Cris
' Mr.' Talor was born to Portland,
Oregon and came to the Istnmus
when he Was S years old. He at attended
tended attended Cristobal High School. At
th r.rMitt trmo he is member
of the United States. Navy andjs
assigned to th S.S. Paipte, ATF
159. No date has been setf for the
Miss Rle Dumb ., .
turn T Stat V'
Mis Rita Duran, daughter, of
Mr. and Mrs. Gerardo Duran left
for Washington D.C. this morning
after .spending the Christmas nou
riavi with ;her parents, r s
Miss Duran ,ts attending the
MaTgery--Webster. Junior' College
in tbe.Capitol City, ;
Davia Me llhenny ;
Return To Rice
. David Mc Ilhenny left last night
to return to Rice University, where
he is doing graduate work. David
spent the holidays with his parent?
Mr. and Mrs. L F. Me Ilhenny. of
Shirley Million r.'' f :" ;
. 'Return To College f ;
Miss Shirley Million, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Jl. Million' of
Balboa. left Thursday vfor Talla
hassee, Fla., where she 'will
J Forilhl kind ympthy and all floral offerings
I 'rr Jixtgndetiyto yi' lntha passing of thrlata
: rMiUE ARRUDA
... ' ' . .
i ..-U-WfSprMi'our.haartfalt ttratikt. ,
? i'Xi'Th Bereaved Famny...
Mru Louisa Robles v vv
?i'tttSJri Mrs. ErrpI C PinW'-l'.'r
; Mr. and Mrs. Edward J. Henrique'z
;f Mr, and Mrs. Frank de Castro .'V ?'
wis U txpress their thanks and' gratt'rtud to-'
thair relatives and friends en tha death of their
dear husband, father and brother i-
L.u I JACOB--A. 'ROBLES C
; v saiooL of danclng
: Anr Intermediate clasi' In Ballroom Dancing for .
-Junior High boys and girlt starting Jan. 9th at-
. 7:00 pxn. for information phono 2-2363 before
8:30,8.01. or after CiSO-p.m.
resume her studies at Florida
Shirley was fie winner of last
year's College Club scholarship a a-ward.
ward. a-ward. Alpha. Chapter Beta Sigma Phi
Alpha Chapter Beta Sigma Phi
held a holiday social :' Saturday
evening in the Knights of Colum Columbus
bus Columbus Hall, Balboa. Johnny Mozet Mozet-ti,
ti, Mozet-ti, garlic bread, and snacks were
served, in an Informal style.',
Several? games featuring bal balloons
loons balloons were enjoyed by all. Danc Dancing
ing Dancing to records continued through throughout
out throughout the evening.. : ,.r'. ,.,,..
i Members an, quests present
were Mrs.. Edna Bower, Mr. Pon
Trumbell, Mr. ; and Mrs. Robert
Boyer, Miss Maragem Branham,
Mr. haul Moser, Lt. and Mrs. Earl
Danlev. Mr and Mrs. Frederick
Holmbergv MissvRuth Hoke, CWO.
ana Mrs.,, .f rank ; Kennety4 Mrs.
Ann Maloney. Mr; aim Mrs. -War
ren" NMorse, Mr. and Mrs., Stanley
Robertson, and 'Mr and Mrs Al
In Dancing For Junior
High School Pupils.
Dorese Waites wiU start an In.
termeaiate class in ballroom dane
ing for Junior High School boys
and girls Wednesday evening at 7
o'clock at- the Knights ; of Colum-
dus nail, Balboa. ,
For information or ,nrnllinnt
tan iiaiooa 2363 before 4:30 a.m.
or after 6:30 p.m.
Balboa Rainbow Cirli v
Will Hold InitallaHon
tsaiDoa Assemblv No. 1 nr)
of the Rainbow for Girls, will hold
a publii installation of it .nf fil
ers at the Scottish Rite Temple
oaiooa no., paiooao n Saturday
evening;; Jan. 26 at 7:30 p.m. Mar Martha
tha Martha M. Stevenson of Gamboa wUI
o mnauea as worthy Advisor.
Balboa Woman's Club
Will Visit Locks
On Wednesday, Jan. 9 at 9:00
a.m. -The Balboa Woman's Clob
will visit the Miraflores Locks
There will be a conducted tour- of
Ihe locks and the control-. tower,
Reservations most be made' by
calling, MaryRuppel, Bal. 4353.
Parents To Hear
3 Medical Talks
News item for the
Panama American: 1
A program of unusual Inter
est will be offered to the par
ents and teachers : of Diablo
School next Tuesday evening at
7:30 in: the Diablo gymnasium.
The tiroeram will cover1 child
health facilities and problems
in the. Canal zone.
A group of three physicians
win answer Questions suomntea
by the ( parents in response to
questionnaire, recently distri
buted by the Association.- The
panel will consist of Col. Nor
man' Wiley, superintendent of
Gorgas Hospital, Dr. Daniel
HirscluV chief of the pediatric
service, anci DC. Robert Berger,
chief of; the out-patient clinic.
Wiley will discuss the organ
ization and. administration of
facilities for child medical care
at Gorgas Hospital, Hirschl will
cover problems pf child, health
from' the specialist's viewpoint;,
and Berger will deal with child
health from., the standpoint of
the general practitioner.
. Refreshments will be served
upon conclusion of the discus discus-sion.
sion. discus-sion. :
Just Right Club
Winds Up Year
With Gifts, Party
- The just Right Social and Snort
ing club of La Boca ended anoth another
er another successor year of social activ activities
ities activities and service in a three-fold
function held last Saturday in
The annual breaking un nartv
installation of officers, and the
honoring of members whose birth
days fall in, the month of Decern
ber were the three activities.,
Birthday 'celebrants who receiv
ed gifts on behalf of the club were
Elf reda Nelson, Silvia Toussaint.
Lil Craig, and Evelyn Hinds.
Highlighting the faff air was the
installation of officers which" was
conducted by Mrs. WLnalfred
James. Officers. installed were E.
Fields, president;' D. Dottin, -vice-president;
L. E.' McCIean, secre secretary
tary secretary ; E. Holder, asst secretory;
E.'M. Best," treasurer, S. Toussaint
chaplain; C. E. Haywood, business
manager; E. Neson and S. Best,
The nest regular: meeting of the
club will be held on. Wednesday at
the ; home of L, E. McCIean at
faraiso. . -,; t. :.
i DURHAM, N.C. (UP) The body
of a voung mother of fivevthiW
ren, clad only hi a brassiere, was
found sprawled on the floor of her
locked bedroonv today, shot at
least three times.. .,
1 1 Beside her lay a former board
j er in the home, unconscious and
I wounded with a pistol shot in the
r Poliee said there were Bo wit
Besses to the shootings and they
were unable to say immediatiey
what had happened. --
The slain wpman was identified
as Mrs. Billie Jean Collom, 28.
The wounded man was identified
as Bradsber Hayes of Nelson, Va.
Detectives planned to auestiofl
him whea be regained ernscioui-
-ness. ;i f -
! Police said Mrs. Collom' was
found clutching a .25 caliber ao-tomatic-pistol
as belonging to Hayes. Haves was
fully dressed, police said,
MISS SHIRLEY, ANNE' KEEPERS,., whow engagement to Dale
waiter Taylor ls'annpunced. Miss Keepers is the daughter of
Mr, and Mrs. Henman Keepers of Gatun, and Mr. Taylor Is the
; son of Mr. and Mrs.: John A. Taylor also of Gatun.
Solons Probing Army Contract
Awarded Defense Head s Wife
WASHINGTON. Jan. 5 -(UP)
Two congress icmal subcommittees
todsy began preliminary investi
gation ot an S834.1&U vwrmr con con-iract
iract con-iract awarded to a firm headed by.
the wife of Assistant Defense Sec
retary Robert Tripp Ross.; :
Chairman Chet Hoiifield (D (D-Calif.)
Calif.) (D-Calif.) said the staff of his House
Government Operations .;. invest
gating subcommittee would look
into the matter to', deter mine
whether- a conflict of interest, was
A similar! inquiry: Jwas planned
bv Chairman. John L. McCleHotn
(D-Ark.) of the Senate InvesUgax-
inr iihrnmmit.t.ee. which .- held
lengthy hearings, on hulitar uni uniform
form uniform scandals last year.- -v
Chairman Carl Vmson ,tu-a.)
of the House Armed Services Com
mittee also- -was known to be con-
nidprln? the case. Rut ho said he
would have no statement until bis
group is formally organized..
Rep. Melvin Price ( D-lll; ), a
member of the committee, said
the contract was "worthy of expl
oration" on- the chance it. might
have violated the law: governing
outside financial-interests ci gov
It was disclosed Thursday that
the Army last November awarded
a $834,150 contract for 249,000
pair of. men's trousers to Wyan
Fnterprises, inc.: ; of New York;
and Knoxville. Tenn. Mrs. Claire
Wynn Ross, wife of the assistant
defense secretary,-is president of
the firm. :. ;
Ross, former vice president of-
the comoanv. told thft. United
Press he severed, connections withl
the firm ; jn February,' 1952. He ;
sam ne .neiiner -holds stocc nor
Shows More Salaries
And Less Work Hours
ATLANTA; Jan.. 5 (UP) The U.
S. Department of Labor reported
that 1956 was a year -of rising :
incomes and lower work weeks
throughout tha growing industrial
South. v i rf
Bnmswick, A. Bagdon. regional
director of the Burean. of Labor.
Statistics, ; -said' average weekly
earnings of manufacturing produc production
tion production workers in the South rose rose-from
from rose-from $61 to $64.96 from October
1955 to October 1956.
Over the same period, the aver
age work week was cut by tlmost
one hour' while averaee hourly
earnings increased, by; 13 cents.
Bagdon said the past year was,
one of "high level economic acti activity
vity activity throughout 'the South," with
the troubled textile indusry one
of the few dark spots in the eco economic
nomic economic picure.
- : -,,- ; "i
Trade and service' industries led i
the expansion of non-farm work-.
ers in the south, reflectinc a- rise
in consumer purchasing power, i
Bagdon said the growth of su suburban
burban suburban .shopping centers produced
steady expansion in the number ;
of retail -trade and service estA-
nscments. ; .. i r ;
Some oUier year end review;
fact reported:' r
1. Metal workina industries 1m1
the advance in thcSouih'i factory
employment. :- v i j
-. 'v. t : ;. I ;, t
The textile inditstry bad a
poor year, with., employment de-
clining over most of the year.
z. trend in the krowth of
finance, insurance and real estate
businesses continued. -; -.
4.' Non-farm employment in the
South was due to show an aU-
Ume record in December 1956.
S. Lumbering emolorment
ar.owea, a downward uend ta 1956.
receives .any remuneration from
Asked about the Army contract,
Ross, a former Republican con congressman
gressman congressman from Queens. County,
N.Y.,. said he did not know the
company had' sought it. He -said
he seldom, discusses business with
his-'wife.. -..Nv.-,i .'
Mrs. Ross said, there were a
number of other bids submitted
for the, contract and she felt her
firm could save the government
about $75,000, on the work.. She
said her husband "had nothing to
do with the contract," v ..
"1 might make a little on it, or
lose a Jot,!' Mrs. Ross said
- McClellan's subcommittee has
been investigating alleged graft in in-the
the in-the purchase of Army uniforms,
but. none of the cases have invol involved.
ved. involved. Mrs. Ross' firm.
In 1955, the group forced the res.
ignation of Air Secretary Harold
E. Talbott after revealing that he
had used hisi office to solicit busi-
ness for, a company in which he
was a partner,
.Ross said he does not have "any
interest in any manner" in his
wife's firm. He declined comment
en- the congressional interest in
B U V3'
.G E T 4
DIVISION OF' C
YOU BUY 3 PLACE SETTESp. .
CETT1 EXTRA PLACE SETTEVG FREE
DIRECT CANAL ZONE DELIVERY
lack aatice far inclusion in this
caluran thauid be Submitted in
ty-writfcn farm and mailed t ana
f tha numbara lirtaj gaily in
"'Social and Otharwisa," nr deliver deliver-ad
ad deliver-ad by hand tha aHice. Jiaticai af
: maetingt caanat be accepted by
C.Z. Ccllase Club Tea
Will' Hahpr Mrs. Yodor
The Canal Zone Cblleee Club
will hold its regular monthly tea
and .business meeting on Monday
anernoon i i;x at the USO-JWB
Dr. Carl B. Kosord recently an-
pointed resident naturalist of BaH
rro Colorado, wiU address t h e
group on his experiences as a na
turalist and scientist;
Members are icordiallv invit.!!
to attend i this tea, which is in hon
or of Mrs. Ansiin VnHor Whn i.
leaving shortly to make her home
n me aiaies. -..-t v--.
Thursday Morning Croup
Will Not Meat This Month
the Thursday. ) Mnrnlnir stnri
Group of the-Canal Zone CoUege
Club Will not meet. rliirino th.
month of January. An announce announcement
ment announcement of the February meetine will
be made at a later 'date.
1W3 Marina Will Speak
At Historical Sefy
The Isthmian Historical Society
will have a surprise speaker at its
meeting at the Hotel Tivoll Mon Monday
day Monday at 7:30 p.m.-The speaker Is
Mr. k. j. Mc Keever who will tell
the audience of his experiences as
a u.i. Marine here in 1903.
Mr Max Hart, a conductor, of
tours will show a number of slides
depicting scenes of the .construe
tion period of the. Panama Canal
Ihe slides have never been shown
on the Isthmus, and all interested
I persons are cordially invited to at-
Ivenina CuUct Of St. Lukd's
The Evening Guild of St. Luke's
Cathedral will meet Tuesday at
the home .of Mrs. Elvira i Byrne,
House 356 Apt. 14, Ancon at 7:30
p.m. The Rev. John Spear of St
Peter's Church, La Boca, will
speak on The Stand of the Episco
pal Church in relation to the E-
It's the CAROL
' tiow playine from midnfte to 4:30
Soviets Paid Irish
To Spread Terrors
' LONDON, Jan, 5 (UP)-A Brit British
ish British newsDaner corresp ondent
charged today that the Soviet U-
nion is behind the recent outbreak
of Irish Republican army terror terrorism
ism terrorism in Northern Ireland.
Noel Barber, the Daily .Mail's
ace foreign correspondent reported
in a dispatch from Belfast that So
viet agents in: Dublin were supply supplying
ing supplying the outlawed IRA with large
sums of money to finance its cam
paign of extremism -against the
British in the six counties of North
The Russians, he said, have al
so tried to cross into Northern Ire
land to organize anti-British ex extremists
tremists extremists there. And they nave
sent three veteran guerrilla fight
ers from Asia to instruct the IRA.
There was no immediate com
ment in Dublin on Barber's sto
ry, ana officials m ueiiast coum
not be reached for. comment. But
Barber, who was wounded by a
Russian bullet while covering the
early days of the Hungarian up
rising, quoted Northern Ireland
I'remier Lord Brookeborough, as
saying he had "suspected" that the
Soviets were backing the IRA for
has been added!
our so-popular ..
.-- . . '-:AVk
every FRIDAY and SATURDAY
in the air-conditioned' Balboa Bar!
join the late crowd for Club 4;30 fun
and receive a nightcap on-the-house at 4:30 a.m.
CAROL also plays the piano
10 p.m. to Z a.m. Sun., Tues., Wed.
Bui Hoi Herrs; Ccps
rHARLOTTTE. N. C. fUP) P0-a
lice today still sought the friend
and acquaintances who benefitted '.
to the tune of $5,000 from the sen
erostty of a 17-year old blonde
salesgirl. ; .'
-Officers said yesterday' thai.
TMxin Craver of LandlS.;N., C,
hsd admitted giving away merch merchandise
andise merchandise valued at about- $5,000 to
friends "shopping" 'at the- Char Charlotte
lotte Charlotte department store, where sho
was employed. 1 ;.,
Thp brnwn-eved former h t h ,'
school student was. charged '..wiUL,
larceny, embezzbng and -iorery. :
Police said she admitted she had
mvited friends to visit- tne;;store ..
where she gave themswatepjtj
blouses, dresses and other articles
tit mlnfhinrt t(traf .ah irnfc
nothing for herself.
Five young women and young1'
man accused of receiving; the
gooas irom me iree-mnoeaisairs?..,
girl also were -arrested and. polirj a
said at least 10 other person
shared in the bonanza.
They said the girl someti'm,;?
charged ; the items to 'other aJi
counts and sometimes just rgav,'
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WHITE HOUSE OPEN HOUSE Mrs. Michtielina Zaccheo ofBrooklyn reads, to ,;l ,
sons, Joseph (left) and Don, a letter from their dad, Sgt Jpseph Zacpheo, who is t r
in Korea. The letter told of a note sent him by President Eisenhower inviting the f
whole family f6r a White House- visit. The sergeant came closest in predicting ,
me popular vine m pieuiuciiiaoi cicvuvu m w uwivuv vfv w7 w.w :
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' 'BUTTONING UP THE MATADOR The Matador missile mark another milestone in, f. ,, .x
ur .... bli, ii, r,.M nJo'ln rrc r-AFF Afl i AIT .EAU OP SO E Actress Natalie I
aviatiorktiistory as it zooms on on linai itai iB' "v. v.v r.. p
oiiuiiui4Su.vi j .... ,4.. -j .. . .. 117 1 n unfit a fi-onfli anant rt it rlriM
Pinria Pnl Harrv Sands Dresses the launching buttons (top) and the surface-to- Wood models a dress with a French accent to it. Dress
' T, S( surface 'bird"' take's off (bottom). It's Air Force's tfrst completely tactical missile.
" vTHIStMUSEUMAGCENTS. music
has a close-fitting necklace featuring a nude -souffle.
if. "V .... .r J t
i : i ri'Hfc; 711L.4 isn I wuque museum qi ivevorueu
" 1 Music but the contents are. In a mansion iii
'-, ; Scarsdale, N. Y., this museum contains a wonderland
iWJSf of mechanical musical instruments from all over the
.' j world A few of the manv exhibits Include music
I S? t 4 t0' that aie objects of art and snuff boxes that
? I sing a tune. The aim of its owner, TV producer Lewis
, 1 .v,jr V Jjf Graham is to make it the custodian of recorded music
'a' through the ages. His aim is excellent for he has
fnnrd mu-jir from old sUel discs to modern tape re
cordings, much of it unobtainable elsewhere.. On the
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mechanical musical instruments from the farthest
date back to the present. .It's a tourist attraction.
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ing neglected because you mj J
haven't dressed him in the Y&
latest linery? Well, here's '1
bestdressed dogs (at least MAKE ROOMS FOR THIS
in New York), are wearing. M"6"
IS This is a -general viewof a ne'vtrJIOO-yDbm hotel Just ; ,-.
City. United States celebrities. attended, the festivities. ,;,
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.King Features Syndicate
AMBASSADOR AT HOME Douglas MacArthur II,
newly -named ambassador to Japan, sits for a formal formal-type
type formal-type photograph with his wife Laura Louise, daugh daughter
ter daughter Laura "Mimi" and a family boxer in their home. t
AND IT REALLY WAS Bill Leyden, star of a TV
show called It Could Be Yon, knpws that it' was
he as far as marriage is concerned. Her "Bill and
his bride pose for cameras ia Las Vegas, Nev.
4TURDTr JANUARY 5, 1957
Stock Market Business In '5 6
pS r5AMl WHIUCAJI AS INTf PMDET DAILY KfWfPt
- Church cl Christ
"l' r, W. w. Idoiw,' Tinn
' TiMmbi 1-1403
HAtOAi Olwl, Balboa Aoad.
S-rleO uT 10 100 MB- M
C!aiwiAU' American UgtM JUU.
.Servicee Sunday 10:00 em. H ."
BiU AfiAJO: mouse Ma.. SOU ltb-J
Sitnosv 4:30 a.m '.
f twrW JtoU
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f UnituChurcrjfs ;
pviwvra. aaaaama artta
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r t f tor Nraar7. f UidaraaiMD.
fnwj ana juiw uwa
ihjrtb.tla.a- hirrf tor cAUdraa
I N roat-Hiih rallavdiim
la Samtr.&ia altowsai
,'. wIar V.AIrtaa, Klaklar
- uar Bnrtc: ..'.
',! jb. Sunday Scheal.
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1 (tftesal maatuiii and TMk-ay aetl aetl-tiua
tiua aetl-tiua a MHiuti- .
P.- l-itia Ctnlinm.
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s t It Wamtn rraai aa4
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toanlM it A awa laWki H fko tOMl Xao. M 0fil
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t H hmm t mm m mo o ko MM oorriwo. o4 0tv8i
atf likai. hi4i MTraaaora. : ., v .."
A avalir ataa. rtw Tba Paaii Awafioo Mto M
oaaatiiatiaai. aottoa 0 'Orafc aa r rHli oatrtilMO.
Lafinaa ra ftta4 Ow f HOaO, oaoiMltOM kvaf
rnmtf mo or two Matrttotiom oo iiolatf "0Hh Ckarakoo Aoo"
Scrvkao A oaooial IMiaf It MMlafel Off oortwoo Anaf 9
A Oam aoo Naval vol.
' "' M'iln; aatio oja4 oafalatao on oofco t tafono
, tfef aaw 4mk i wHHag ty WoolaooaOv aOM at tat total at W
choatoo lot o MaiM $ah'o chiwol f0f( j-
- UKMCKKR MaTHOIIMI CWUBV"
y Mlnbaw City. C ,
. On, Saawal Olaldao. MUUfW1
aun'day Sarvlcan on iM
iiinday 6ehal fr U M at 0-3J a.
"Tf lairftatlaa Ta WanMa"'
Tlianuv 1 nir Vaatnit ' i
ChurcL Vri Cbrisi. soanuav Anow
aunOoy U OOi aadB :0(
13th 6U aoilvai Hufewa
auadaV U :M Waanaaday 0 O
Suiv luwail :00. W;00 and
"HouTSf Ma-! 0:00." 11 A 0
fS..: Saturday. 1:30 U 1 J
nd 7:00 ta 00 a Xhorariay, alar
tha 0:00 M
V.atacnuoi wa ,w
roiXsSiMl Sted Clufe 0:0
.-.j i7L. us ?n a 0:10 Jn.
. 5rtT6V: m J 8:00
to 0:00 p.av. Thuiatay ,tforf ft
rriday r.00 M -m'--. m
Tauraday. T j
1:11 t 4-41 OJB.
OU LAOl rATWA-0
Sunday Mai at 0:00 a.W.
Holy Da Mi at I: JO
CelOaaaioM! 0.00 ta: P
Citht Claw aturtaj 0J0 K 10
T. lOfBPH fanlaa
r SunSu MaM at 7:00 and OUI raw
Holy Day Maaa t 0:00 :
f Conlaiona: Saturday 1:50 td 0:00 and
catachiaS Claaa: Sunday I 00 ta
Madal Havana i f :00 m,m
r XVrt UiMmatlaaat Thursday 1 :00
ST. nMmTmmmm atr
Sunday Mum: ;00 and
ukiu h.w u.uiaa! 1:10 and 0:00 p.l
- (it it latia on SaWrday tto mm
and 10 m.m.)r n e v-H?:l
Confionr Saturday 1:00 ta l:00ajjd
1:00 mi fr!0 Thuwdayi bafaro FtW
K.U. n hi i .
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JSSr-0 ClaoA Ml tudyW
niundav. '-v f f
r- T. THSMSA'-aaa f
SoW a7 tOMTi Siat
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Catachlto,Cia: 9 jQ
"conlLion.! 0 00 to 0 30 'am uirdof.
ST. ilisil' SAfTlST OS LA SAIX1 ...
'..- Pattjaa l-alavaa ',
Sunday Massaai SSSO B t."-,
i7 l. u.a drxa Hon.. Thura.
!'"", V -ir M a.m.
m.w n Maanaai 0:00 aJB. a 0-00
rfMinnar i:M ta 00' aa4 t
SSflL., MdM 1:00
lataeMani Clatat :S0 .nv
Coaart CU i Monday W
SuAdiy Mot: 1o i
Holy Dy M; :M P
SO ta t:S0 0.L
catacnian -! . .i,
'Sacrad Maart Wovoaas TJ. t-at. fa
Codvart Clmmi ao sjA aa Tbuiadoy
Manat: 1:4a. O and 0:11
Raly Pay M
TonfS.ion.:' Saturday 4:00 t a:0 ffl
. J a a)
Corivart OUaw 7-40 OB W
Otadiloa Claan Sunday I'J
11:U a m. :00 m. to 4:00 1B.
i.-T r.a T.nlaitlnai af Meat Bla
oVKeniwStfr 4wrR01Hill .1 130
Saturday nomin. -a ;. :
Ffrat Saturday Davatjont f".
of Fatima-Tha Hal Aaaa-jM-aJOO b-bj.
Sunday Maaaaa : 7 :Oi, 1 :0 ana la a a
i 0A Jfm aja and
CaSaaaloMt SoWrdOy lP OM
frOO ta i00 pat Aitfotaary aack ava.
C.I C KBI
Minauleua Madal Boaanot :U M
j:oq a.m. t Hnw.
. Mtaoniiaa 4?lat Aft Of
rW miit SxTMaiUaa aD day furjat
tn Scnaoi laar.
, rtaat eawraon ai sa
gOtT rAMItt CItrilCH la afarawtta
Sunday Mamca: 740. O OO. 11. oV
viaat Katurflav Him' a:av ajn.
Weakday Muoet: ......... fo a.
Saturday ... 70 f m. to S p.m.
Miwulovf Madal Havana a m.
Holy Day Maatca: t JO aJn." I li BJB.
Confection ... I it paa. to JB-
, vary Manaa. - rn i
Bai4ah Vaaaila TtaaarT Bad .' f
Banadietion. iU.. 1.00
f ovary Wadnaaday.- '
Diacuaciori laomry Crauo I OJB,
ovary Tioy. :
IM rrid Daaaatiarai TOOB BI
lat Saturday OavotUatO TOO fcj.
Sunday Maaiwai M a at. and 140
km. I' ji
Hon pay OOaoaaat flilB ja. Baa i
P Canf aaMenat 4-00 to (40 Bad 70 to
Io bjb- Saturday.
Caavort Cluaworory Man day at JC
Hadai Saoanai t40 bjbi
Baerad Heart HorojMt f jay
rrMcnT rowcrmoji Oto
- fuaaay Maaai :U BJav
'Halv Day -Mam: 1:00 am
Confawjonii; OJO to 740 obvm Bat-
CaifHlw ria 4M an w Mnndaa
UV LAD r. GOOD COUMSft
'i I '
Sunday Uian: 70 and I JO a.m.
Holy Day Mw: t:M a.m and f :M
pa j m
CanfMlona Saturday at 1:00 s.m and
ai w an BVfitiAi avvoiiwia,
Saauama by apaoinunant,
Nevooai 1:00 jn
Sacrad Hiart Novana i1
1:00 ).a an
tunday Sehaol: l:tt a.m
alif lom Iruumctioo CL
CUa fa CMH
jlalilioua Jiutruetien far adulta iCaa,
duata to SaanlabH 7:00 aav at) Man
nnvar bwtruotlona bT sacilntmau
Tha at Rc S. Habar Gaadan. B.'-D.,
Tka Vary v. Malnert i ftB.
f S.T.B., Dean .
Is 1 to L i1
fr ,(: ANt'OJi, K..S f -K
TB CATMKOBAL OP ST. talWlt j
1:30 ajn Holy Communion
0-30 o m Santa Communion Htb Sun.
'. ay. t i .-
0:30 a.m. Church School. 1
0:4im. Eaauala' Deminleal. '. r.
11.00 ani. Moraine Pravar and S arm on
Holy Communion, (Flnrt Sun
7:00 m. Evanini Praydr and Sarmea
'' WlbNtSDAYS '
HOW DAYS ;
'l:U k Mwrtfnftoyai. ''
11:00 Mu .aa Miailonary Prayer
CBVKCn OR OUI B4VIOII
Talrd Sbract Now trUtiaal
. Tha Bav. Jaaw K; Renew,
" i Piiaat to Cbaria
SUNDAYS -k ,:'
Holy Communion ....... 0 :30 a.m
tnuren acnooi t:so
Holy. Cammiloa ...,...JL MM a.m.
Casir Beheanal 7: p.m.
jnouae au riBffr lar au BoapiB.
. y Chatck ft St Aadraw '
The Rev. WUliam W. Baldwla,
- Prlaat to Ckarae .
Paauly prayer and Cfeuraa
Monuni rrayer ana Barman 11
' IH C fCret Sunda to UemtM)
Kvaning Prayer :0 a.m
Weekday Prayer ,. I;00 am
. .'Cnapal f The oad Shtpaard
, ',' Tbo Rv. Clarence W.,Ray
Prlaat to Chart a j
PATOAYS ,-.(.,,. )
- 0:00 am. Morning Prayer. l
-s(H.C. lu-a f nday each, Maathh
. : ' -aisboa'
', St Suaaa'o ChBB
Tha Bar:. John Spear, priait IP Chart
. Choral Buehariat and Bar-
" mot! im ..i. ...
. ctturdi .School .i t ,. .
EpiicopaJ Younf Cburdunap
7:00 f .m
:00 p m
7:00 I B
I Kvaniont and Sarman ......
i Evening Fray i. i.Y.w...
. WamaWa Auxiliarv: Bad and
0:00 a m
4th Thuredayf- J30 b.Pi
WBDNKSDAY8 A THURSDAY?
i Halv coromunian ......... i
TaBraa1 4t PmVO
Xveninf Prayer 70
SATURDAYS ... .
rimiiv mioaanar i h .mi
OiliCO 01 Complin fi ?:
; ; IA BOCA
: Bt. Pator'a Chareh ;
Th Bey. John Spaair. raai ta CUifl
SUNDAYS l ,
jHBrnmp rrayv aaia
School ...v. ..- f .fa a,m.
Choral tuharlrt Of.
men ......... .,,.'.V..-... IMS OOf
THURSDAYS t y. . ; i
00 au maty Twi :
Chi pel tha Hly Comforter
Vea. I.. fhtotay, CaprfO
. ai-' BettW .:.d.t...f.:. lt ooaoan
Holy Caramunlan Iplf
r MARGARITA -.v".
Siaich of St Mvcarat
pav and Brfzoa Bird.
The Bct. Jane K. Banow.
SUNDAYS ; j (j J. W f '
TO a m. ftoly Communion
a-iK a an tiirak aVknal
0 0 p m. Vaapararn4 Ytnt ffOl
'fiat Sunday- each Manthi BolP Cm-
munien.' ' .? l '... .-WEBNIAYJI
WEBNIAYJI .-WEBNIAYJI '.,L'' .?".; I,
)M fja- atoly.-CfBWimlaa,
' t 'f ABAUW-' "'"r; ;
at Aleaa'o Caarek
J .Tke By. Da-Id A. OHljamm.
i-i. vprfaat toaa.-.
Tf i Ffr
suwda .; i
f .m. vnarat unana m
?3B la, niam apuni. ,: ...
OOira. Chu SthaoJ -' v
hots to BuiWlBt tM) 1 ,!.
IMf uth atowthlp.
M nm. CvarMtana and 0 dal
M and 4ft BDNBSDAYS
"7 .1 WW ai.li.aM ual
.-UX Mlf ItoOtiBB.
" PAlA'ctTt '4-
! St Paal'tChBr-
Tha Tea U.ei k Bhlrhr.
TMIn fU R. AtWaU. I
a -aai an IV ;a a fSjeaajHat a. leimaa
I0: 0 i" Mornina PraTO
to ao ioro Baptlma '
7-fv fc.rr. aWemS Vataori
min naiy ammiiaimi
a P"i am ,ni7 voanumiaw ;
'7:a0 V-ra. Evontt P-over
JBVTUwATS AND PI BOATS t
131 i in Hal '.
oa a.fa, avaiy
CnifT CBTBOI tt-TOE-BRA
... tpieceeel . -. :
i. .r : ? : ;. c.en. f. f
"- iWaoaifTa Hstat WaaktaataalV
B. tame Potor Parmer, Bortor
T Soy. W A.,WjiW
O0 m- "My Communtoa.
:0 O at. Wocnla Pryc.
00 aaa. Choral Buchan aB'SnBal
19 ?W a JV vnurcaj
1 00 0 nt. ffol Coor.munion.
JO pm Svooa Prayop M
1:30 BJh. Adult ConfirmatToa Clam.
0:00 pjn. -Bvantnf Prayer and Madlta-
. ..i.. .,.... tian. '' '' "'
t;00.at. Children' Euehrlt.
10:00 oa. Junior Confirmation Clam.
70 4a, Cemplint and Mditauon.
' AtNBow cm
Chaaa of St Miry, tha Vlrgto
- Tat Pv. Jha A. 1mMU,
PriaM ia ChirpY
Sunt Auehartlt l O.at
thurs Senaal 4 t:al a.m
vaiti'.tr and VOrmas .... 1-M am
TMURSllAYa T' .v ;
Mely Ctiittmunioa. ........ il:00 am
"St, Ouiatophar'a Charch
, JOih Strait, Parqu Lefevr
. Th B- Claroace W. Hay.
! Prlaat to Chart
' Th Bov. Claraaco A. Cratwd'.
. 4:00 e-m- Holy Communion.
. : a.m. Suna Buehariit and Sermon
10:30 jn. Morninj Prayer and Church
12:40 noon Holy Biptiam.i
0:30 p.m. Ivanians and Sermon.
pm, xat ana avs. Trvvwiv Mu
TIIMHAVS .J.. "'''..
tdO a.m. Junior xnutntar oi m
: Kin. (.
an. Youth rallawthla.
aa m. Halv Communion.
1 :0 Ptm, Bvanfcil Prayer and Bolitloui
: a to GMt' Friendly Society.
1:00 p.m. 1st and 8rd. jintlltern.
0:30 a.m. Junior
,. CMUICV Of TME, AJ5REi -,
Minuter: Rev. Klmer O. NcUon
Box al. Ancon. C-Z- BajBO jjWJ
, Sunday School -0:41 a.m
?lomiat Worship it ;9:J0 a m
outh Servic ....... ia r fiK;P'm
vonini Service ........n 7:30 o-m
N.P.M.S. Service .......... 7:00 om
. piayB Moatiaf. 07ad....-JIJfl run
NATIONAL BAPTIST CHURCH
Panama ft P.. zjra swear
S. N. Brawn. Ml
.......... :00 pm
1, I A mi
1:00 JJfk -i r ''
; i! a JBHOYAH'S "WITNESSES J
UkOtlnn Thurienyi at 7'JIO.PJB. nd
Sundayi at 4:00 pm. WW ajamor.!
00 Balbve Bead, Balboa, ."
CHURCH OF JE8U IRMT
OF LATTEB-DAY SAINTS Mormon)
Sunday mcetlnaa in the LUX Chapel
on Balboa Road.
ployep pollot. Thit year, nio xum
Sunday School 10:00 am
'Sacrament Meetint :uop.m
Primary: Monday i. S:30 pm
Relief Society; Tumdiy...' J:S0 am.
MIA; Wednnday fM m
Telephone Balboa 43t7.
'- Atlantic Branch
Buildint too. Schoelhouto Road Gatun.
ft oenai a.omr
Sunday School, Sunday .: 0.30 a.m.
Saerament meetinr Sunday 11:00 a.m.
Prieitheek meetint Wed.. , 4 30 p m
Prirniry, .Wednetday ..... 0:M p.m.
Kellel T5odetv. hf announced.'
Telephone, Gtun 144 or Criatobal MOT.
CVRVNDl) BOTMTANT CHURCH,
T- MUtoa K
Phano Raa. OS-711 Of. OS-4100 t,
Sua day Scheal .,.....,, 140 a JJ
(A tplam tor every ftt
Mernint Worthip i ....... i 11-00 a.m.
Youth Tallawahia 0:00 pm.
Evnln -Wnhip ........ Jlf P-m-
Prayer nd Praii; (Wad I -7-00 pm.
A church aury ia provided for. your
ui. ; :
' OU CArMWLM. CMtBCB
' St Raptaal The ajcaaaael
10th BV Wart Mp 1
Holy BueharUts. Sunday, mi J. 40 a.m
Tuaadatv Wednaadavf and 1urdav
OlM JB. '
SaaBaraaat vneuo neaunt aar.
fit) Pint Sua day at oaab montt.
PaaamO .. p.
' -' Rt Ret T, aa-a, D. Dt
.' -' " Idiniellot
ejlowab-tp ; Wej-eaia at
. BSiAt CRHTFJI
y,y vad rwat tnt
TMrnalmdM) El -Carwian. Panam City,
ibtanaiai Talk and 0Mmien
Taundiya., .............. .0 :00 p m
Calaa, tlh 4h rraal Bitaaoo-.
iBiatalaa Am art aaa Baaaar)
Study Clamae. ..Thuraaav f M aj
BrTSm. MIUIOH OICRCB
EapaUba SU PmUo, CJt. i
-; Bav W14Va at Stewart. Peator
Sundiy; M:0O am WowhiB ServU
1:00 p m. Sunday gcheoL
7:U BJtn, CmpI Barvlea. '
Monday: J0 YauM PaapL' Society
fnikjiJM MiO-v- QwifUoi)
Thurdy! 1:00 Chair lihtiml.'
Friday: 7iS Wmmdafa Mimtonary So Society,
ciety, Society, i i jv j . .. ,.-
THE- CHUBCm OB OOP
7011 Elfhth t tract a. Calea
W. ICmiadtna, Paito
.v bo o m.
MonunJ WersttlB mcv
19 .en a m.
nigw aw in w,i......ii..
OTlttT CHURCH OP GOO i
Car. Jamaica and Trinidad Sta.
i Utohaw thr, Caaal Eaa
r. S. Of. Grandlaea, Teate
Mamka Wonhia ."71717.. 1-OS am.
i0 iUm-a......- IJJ 0 m
Nitk -Sanaoo I f pm.
: 'OHVBCBI Of COP
4 "New rrovidwace
Mr Maad. Hiaaa, Poato
9UOM7 Know v....i
Mora m f Wachip .......
.. looo om
... ll-eo Om,
rnt rortP-CB o go
' Paaama CiM .
Cod. pad MartaitB Araaemaaa fit
' cv. War. M. Jabarea PaWoo'
Sunday chaal ,v,..m... M Om
TBI TtVBCH OP OOP Bto Aaeto
.Moat Oacaro Bd-lttb Bt
''BavJ ta. J. Jahaaaa. Pan
Sunday ScBoa .,.....,., 0 00 om
Memint nonajp IJ4 am
rtipat aw-riof iwia
- CBt'tCB 'OP COD fPaalaaamotl.
-"'. B Waman, 0ui
Poawia Mil BoxS. btntN
urab at famjtok Ci. tSv. ao;i
Mr, -Hwrnan G Whytai. Colon. tLp'
(Be, aorsaada Lorerioe), Oio 4)o
lev. end Urn CKartaa Smal. and
CahvO i Rev. and Mra. Clifford Greeveet.
SuBoar aad oao4av oaiitm at aD
f. Can Tbiwpiaa, MlaJatot
- Boa rt. 0K CJJL.
Bftneof BldtU CstOla rlalth
Mmoi ........... t:i am
Wotsnia Servtot 01 om
Yotiib tervico j:Hfa
BfV-ai-Lma''ata .m aa. aa.
, Bed. Bieia Study PrajW t JO 0p,
' -a it ?.'.'!' '-- -"
Posts and: Bases
' r At tut siDk
PORT AMADOR v
Sunday School ,.;...i....... a-wi
Moining Worihip .......v....... WW
Church-Tim Nunwry School.... 10:00
bundny School : 4 Buildint N
124) .,,...;.. ,.-. 0:00
Mornint Worihip 10 .3
Wadnmday -Evening Prayer Meet.
;. tn ino Bibl dim .......... 040
Dally Mas ...... ......... 0.1S
Sunday School .......... 0:00 a.m.
Sunday Morning Worship 10:30 e m
Sunday Ms. ......... 0:00 It 11
Monday Noveni Devotioru ...i. 7:30
ConieMioni'Saturday 4:00 A 7:30
Sunday Family Hour ...... 0.10 pm.
ALBROOX AW rOHCB BASE
Sunday School :
Adult Bible Clam NCO Clubi, 0:30
Morning Worship :30 A 10:45
Youth fellownhip 0:30
U S. NAVAL STATION, Rodman
Sunday School 0.3U
Morning Worship 11:00
Holy Communion First Sunday
15th ND HC ADQ LI AHTEflS CHAPEL
Mornini Worsnip a w
Holy Commurnop' First. Sundiy
Doily Maw .;. U ...
Sunday Mamae t .'. . t 80 It
Confessions. Saturday.- .. 4:30 A
Sunday .',.. ..;-,J..'t...... 30 A
Daily. Mim K .',
Sunday: Maae .......
Saturday Mas i .
Daily Mam .,
4LBR0DR. AJB FOBCI BASE
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Sunday Masses 7:45 A
Spanish j- i
K ovens Servlces-Tuosdsy
U.S. NAVAL STATION. Redman
ALBROOK AIB FORCE BASE
' ? ATLANTIC SIDE
FORT DAVIS 1
Sunday gcnoal .,m
Midwcelj feUpwshlp. Thursday .
FORT CULICR. ,.
Morning Worship1 v
VouVh Fellowship. Sunday .....
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Holy Communion First Sunday
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Sabbath Sehoel f 30 am
Divine Servic 11:00 am.
Youth' Meeting 4:10 p.m.
Wednesday Bible Study-ant Prayer
morelea 7iM am.
Paaiti Ud Paaamd Balao D Mr let
Pastor W..H. WUsr-Tl. At 4 BSOt
Cab Verde. Ave. 1 w. la Dam no.
17. : e
CnarrUia tfth No. 17 i
Pueblo (Jueve t-A St batweaa Srd
and 4th St. .
Ml Abs)o llth at. N. 17
Balboa Chapl 0144 Gevuaa Rd. Sal.
m fBaturdav only).
Spnnlab Churchm Faaamt aad
Paator Ruben Ruii
Panama. Calla Darien no. x
Criftobiu, ltth A Boliw.Afa.
Gambea A Frljolm.
DUtsief Piatar A A Grlml
7. Ma. 101
apba frain rsrnway erijoim
Atlantic Silo CeUo aad
CrJstobat Durrict ''
Co) on trd St A Centrii AA CHltA.
bai ltth Bolivar Ave.
TCentral eflie: Gavilaa BaooVTat B
Jewtn Helfar soar Si. 7tt-X La
Boca Rad. Balbaa. C l Aipbt Nathan
Witlda Director. :'
Servic Friday. 1 J" pm apjraap.
(Uai i.i iiitmn at JoWiah im ilium
UBrr "eV Baam and' lut-eawi.
aVaeation Bel Shearrth. larsw. Ata.
nlea & and Jtb -Stre Bella Vista.
Panama Cite Sorviem M am-
BFFDPMBB LLTrTEB! CfTCBCSi
Balaec, Beed at Wit Street
"Bov Be Sort P. GasaiHL, Paato
' PO. Boa 40, BaJbea
Sunday Schoe. S'' cum 1 00 am
Divvt Servic ft:l
"Divine Service at Mar terras tta Bt,
Maraaret's Epi'eeasi Cburohl Sunday
it am" ,,
The economic boom
record 38 billion dollar worth
trading on the nation t ock mar-
kets in fiscal 1956, tre Securities
a Exchange Commission reported
! WASHINGTON, Jtn.
The agency, in its Z2nd annualler rom" methoc' by which a'stock
report to Coneress. said this "tre-broker uses "lugh-pressure, fraud-
led to a record amount of "fraud.
deceit an.1 manipulation.'
ii wtrnea mas aisnonesi uesierti
and promoters : ire increasing
their activite, to take advantage
of the "gullibility of the public."
The SEV. said the last f,scar "tations made over tne long ms- The controversia, curfew- ordf ordf-yeat
yeat ordf-yeat saw 13.1 billion dollars tn 1 tance telephone by complete nance 'was passed 3-2 by the City
new securities registered for pub-1 V,,Wcrs.-,. .. .'Commission, yesterday. It is si
lie sale. This was 2 billion dollars! M.re. often tnan not, the SfcO mn to a raw already in effect
" T U aw MV".
more than in the preceding year
and was the largest amount in the
me vaiue oi securities traaea on'f1"' uf-iiubu ivu iw vun-
s'ock exchanges during fiscal 19561 lnSs wn,cn had claimed the so
- : eajled miall issue- exemptions.
Pay Hike' Deiiiandlstock worh lev than -oo.ooo
Of British MDs
LONDON, Jan. "5 (UP)-Health
Minister B.H. Turton today turned
down pay increase demands by
doctors of Britain a National
Health Service despite warnings
fiat they may go oh strike against
The Health Mirii'sttr told a dele delegation
gation delegation representing ..the 40.000
health service doctors that the
nation "cannot afford the claim
under presen conditions."
The doctors, members of the
powerful British Medioal Associa
tion,, are demanding a 23 per cent
Py increase because of the in increased
creased increased cost of living. The boost
would average about J28 a week.
. These RCA Victor High Fidelity "Victrolas" play all 4 ?
record speeds haVe 3 speakers are ready to pf ug-rfi-a n d-pjay
ibok now muck RCA Vietor'tntw MarkVI fives
you First, you got famous Panoramic Sound
1 Ispeakers that art ocientifically angled to fill your
. room with N'ewOrthophonic High Fidelity sound.
Thin, thtre't aa automatic changer that plays
rteordt of all 4 speeds. You get luxurious csbi
- tittry, too ricWyttyled and sccented. Ensemble
" Includes bratt legs at no extra cost. But come
f ia tee and hear for yourself, today!
wo mumwiz souks w secokosi
Ttp tnnaport upit of RCA
StaraeUpe Player (aiodalt
SSTP1 or 8STP2) pluf bite
special jack on modVls THT4,
7HF5, of tfiFPl. Bruin you
8trvophorik Sound (Km 2
Come lnHr Ntw Smathn$ in SuMTeityf
Ne. f-1J l
was 38 billion dollars, the report
alsaid, more than double the figure
of for fiscal 1953, Siockholderg in
eluded 8.5 million Americana,!
! about 2 million more than five
! vears ago.
The agency described the''boil-
lulenl am! deceptive sales tech-
iniques to 'tout' highly speculavive,
securities over jhe telephone;'
...""."-"" .vr" v
! "V?s P1 speculative quality, it
m. ''have been sold to unsophis
-wated investors lured by repre-
. j , i-
I tne victim-, were widows
I elderly persons who could least
If?,rd ,l" '0SP -V1! r snlall sav'.ngs.1
I The btC said that during fiscal
Under this law, firms which .offer
i les than K300.000
not have to register with the gov
. Tn some cases, the report said,
this has led to the development of
"rings" through which "groups of
promoters, doa'ers, attorneys and
engineers collaborate in the crea-
tion of a series of companies pri
NEWS FOR MOTHERS- OF LITTLE
"GL'YS & DOLLSV
By populah REOmsr
will offsr new classes in tap tumbling for three to
five year olds starting FEBRUARY 1st.
Registration for these claim will be held at the
Balboa YMCA Monday and Wednesday, January
7th and 9th from 10;30 to 11 :30 a.m,
I. "w. k "ara vt. New Urttwaaaic ii
ai, Hih Fidelity "Victrela". Me- II
tiepeay, limhr rift eelt,
block ninli SnUhet. Medal
JOIN OUR CLUB SYSTEM.
marily employed to 'manufacturs
- sooun.ies, fpr public gale in thaV
- guise oi legitimate promotions.
Begun in Miami;
MIAMI, Jan. 5 (UP) Youngs-
ters under 17 have to be off the
streets by midnight under a new
Miami awHinnrM whinh hAAmM
effective-Feb" m0" and dad mav
"V 0 P V a'mB t0T vl"
111 444X1 IV a tflVV AAA r,P.U7 tn LLJ,i;t.P
or in suburban HialeaK aimnd at
keeping teen-agers off the streets,
The ordinaate provides that all
perS0n. under' IT must be' home
oy mianignt or iace wai in juve-,
nije court. Parents or, guardians
0f vio'ators are subfect to fine
ud to $500 and-or iail sentences utr
do to 60 davs. "'
do to, eo days
, "Of all the cities that have juvefi
'nile, gang problems, none has. cur
few laws,"' said Commissioner
James W. High, who sponsored
the ordinance and made a study
of juvenile problems. '. He said,
there is no juvenile trouble in cW
' ties with curfew laws.
...add .thrilling :.:
,' Every set registered
in the ownerj-mme.
The Mark IV. 3-saoate Hia fiaefity
"VWreia. 4-epeee) racard ctmaper,
atofiepoey, StM rifl eek or ewplf to-.
4-4CA lieem.i to met alevew
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THE PANAMA AMERICAN ..AH : INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER'.
" jfi f I ft1 ft
, SATURDAY, JANUARY" I,-1957
erveza Balboa. Cairta .ieJa:Iffi
Beermen Grab League Lead
Editor: CONRADO SARGEANT
, . I if -s
V: & J J- HARRISON JR.
The Cerveza Balboa Beermen, who last night
lock the Pro Loop lead for the first time this season
en 5-to-0 and 5-to-3 victories over the Carta Vieja
Yankees; will try to make it six in a row tomorrow
J norning at the Colon Stadium when they again en engage
gage engage the apparently bewildered Yanks.
- Game time is scheduled for 10 a.m. t
' Beermen manager Leon Kellman, who had four
hits last night including his first home run of the
reason; jubilantly said today, "We're on top now, and
rv e intend to stay right up there to the end.
Hector Lopez,, who came out
t,r 4 nrnloneed battinar slump
to connect double In the first
tram., and his first homer 01
the, campaign in the nightcap,
wilt h awarded the Panama
Pro; League's 1955-56 MVP plaque
in ceremonies before the game
Bernardo Nunez B., presi president
dent president of the Panama Baseball
W titer Association, will make
t thm first came last night,
Dnnn shMtji: twirled a neat
twhitetr and wa5 supported
witt U base blows, inciuaing
fouQnasters by Al pinkston and
Kellman, as he picked up his
aedhsVwin against two defeats.
as ares Aionso, wuu iu
lasWomTinnings, giving way to
, Mi- Grba in the iourtn irame
- ivith one put, was responsible
. lor four of the Beermen runs,
, .) Spunky little Stanley Arthur,
-who took over on the mound
for starter Winston Brown
after the right hander had
hurled brilliant shutout ball
for five innings was credited
with his first win. He has one
. iJu'tch Homberger went all the
way to drop his second game in
, lour decisions.
' ?The Beermen scored their first
tun In the curtain raiser on a
rmscue by third baseman Joe
' Thmlnelli and singles by John
, Glenn and Pepe Osorio
'Along blast over the right
centerfield fence by Pinkston in
.utu nritu. ninn ahn hid
No. a and 3, and Kellman's solo
homer made it 4 to 0 In the
?slv, ..nt.h with orba on
the mound Glenn hit his third
ifthgle of the game and crossed
the plate on Lopez's two-bagger,
for the final marker.
Brown, away to a 3 to 0 lead
in the second game on Lope
two-run clout in the fourth and
another tally in the fifth, on
Kellman's single, a base on balls
to Reinaldo Grenald and a hit
by Brown, held the Yankees
hitless until Jack Kern singled
in the fifth with two out
The ball, which appeared that
it would be caught at one time,
dropped Into right field be between
tween between second baseman Loper.
first baseman pepe Osorlo, and
a free pass. Tony Bartirome also
walked and then Spider Wil Wil-helm
helm Wil-helm unloaded his homer to
bring in the runners ahead of
him and tie the score three-all.
Pepe'a poke over the right
field fence put the Beermen in
front to stay and Arthur got an
Insurance run In the same
frame on Kellman's two-base
knock, Arthur's infield out and
an error by Pattern,
Manager Rillv Shantz. whose
Yanks are now two and one-half
games from the lead, was de dejected
jected dejected but still hopeful after the
we have a whole month to
go," said the Yankee pilot, "and
with KUleen, Taylor (pitcher
Pete) and myself getting over
Injuries,, we'll be back in there.
""WeVe going to do our
damdeat to win Sunday's
game. It'a a big one."
Kellman was particularly
pleased over Lopez's showing at
the nlate and said. "We're all
hitting now and with continued
good pitching we n pe nara 10
The oDtimistic Beerman ouot
was also was "feeling good" o-
ver Brown's improvement.
"If that kid really comes a-
round," he said, "I think we're
SSGT. RICHARD GREEN
FIELD, ace right handed pitch pitcher,
er, pitcher, pitched the Albrook 'FLY
ERS' to a 10 to 4 win over the
Kobbe 'REGULARS' at Albrook's
Beam Stadium Wednesday
night, January 2, before a cap
acity crowd. Greenfield credit
ed himself with 16 strikeouts in
gaining his first victory of the
season. Better known as 'REIV
ne nans from Minoury, Mass,
Holv Cross 111 Massachusetts 96
Rutgers 70 Delaware 64
St. Bonaventure 82 Lemoyne fi2
Wske Forest 72 George Wash 54
Lafavette 99 Moravian 84
Lincoln 72 Bethany 61
Georgia Tech 95 Howard 54
Tennessee 98 Grambling 94
Loyola (Md.) 83 Baltimore 76
Christian Brothers 68 Arkansas 63
Colorado 73 Miami (Fla.) 66
Stnior Bowl, Mobil, Al.
Snrins Hill M Moreiipad (Kv .) 79
Moore, ss ..
Glenn, cf ..
Lopez, 2b ..
P. Osorio, lb
Sheetz, p ..,
30 5 11 21 8
Bartirome, lb ... 3 0 0 6 1
Shantz. c 3 0 1 3 2
Wilhelm, ss 3 0 0 1 2
Phillips, If 2 0 1 3 0
Jacobs, 2b 3 0 0 2 1
Kropf, rf 1 0 0 3 1
Tuminelli, 3b 3 0 0 0 3
Kern, cf 2 0 0 3 0
Aionso, p 1 0 0 O 0
Grba. p .1 0 0 0 0
Leftridge 1 0 0 0
HE'S SAFE In Wednesday' opening; day PAAP baseball game between Army Atlantic and
host team Fort Amador, Trooper Mike Rivera steals home for the first run of the game. Try Trying
ing Trying for the putout Is Army Atlantic catcher Frank Rudolph while Amador center fielder Lee
Straube looks on. Calling the. play is jumplre- Ed Loser; The defending PAAT champions, Ft.
Amador, won the contest 11-5. . ' v v
Attendance Record May Be
Set In Coming Panama Open
23 0 2 21 10
Leftridge grounded out for.
Grba in 7th.
Glenn made a spectacular jKa'amazoo 64 Calvin 56
(N.Y ) 78
catch in right center field on a
Joall off the bat of Tom Patton
-Jtor the third out.
The apeedv center fielder
t faced far to the fence to make
",ateh, then fell and rolled o-
rr but held onto the ball.
'." :5tomberger led off for the
Yankees in the sixth and drew
Oiiqviesne 79 Dayton 71
Xavier (O.) 87 Western Ky 79
Evansville 91 Indiana St. 85
Ball State Tchrs. 89 Estn Mich.
Oklahoma City 80 Arizona 55
Rice Institute 53 Texas AaM
Lamar Tech 78 North Tex. St.
Score by Innings
C. Balboa 102 100 15 11 2
C. Viejav 000 000 0 0 2. 1
'Errors f 'Tuminelli, Moore J.
RBI's: P. Osorio, Pinkston 2.
Kellman, Lopez. Earned runs:
Cerveza Balboa 4. Two base
hits: Lopez. Home runs: pink
ston, Kellman: Doubleplays: Lo Lopez
pez Lopez unassisted. Sacrifice hits:
Sheetz. struckout by: Sheetz 4,
Grba 2. Base on balls off: Aion Aionso
so Aionso 3, Sheetz 3, Grba 1. Left on
base: cerveza Balboa 9, Carta
Viela 5. Pitchers' record: Aion Aionso
so Aionso 4 runs, 6 hits in 3 1-3 Innings;
Winning nitcher: Sheetz (2-2).
Loslne pitcher: Aionso (0-1).
Ronnie Sheetz seems to have
the Indian sign on the Carta
Vieja gang. In 16 innings the
Yankees have failed to tally; a
single run against the chunky
righthander, and the total num
ber of hits collected against him
is a measly five. The Beerman
hurler evened his record at two two-all
all two-all last night when he recorded
his second shutout over h 1 s
cousins the' Rummies, while
pitching a neat two-hitter.
Osorio, also was the victim of
a rather unusual play in the
first game. In the fifth Inning
with two away, his Texas
leaguer dropped, inside the right
field foul line for a base hit.
Pepe rounded first, but when he
saw that he could not advance
to second, dashed back for the
Initial sack, only to find catcher
Billy Shantz covering the bag
and receiving rlghtflelder John
ny Kropfls. accurate throw to
make the tag.
Billy Shants' soft Vner which
fell in for a single in center
field in the first inning and
Howie Philips' line smash to
right center In the seventh
were the only two safeties al allowed
lowed allowed by Sheets..
Williamson. Time of game:
,To Msg: the man who vlrins
success, and "kick the mar.
whose luck is less" That's the
spirit-now displayed bv local
fans. Two weeks ago, the Beer
men were not lit even to piay
in a sandlot league; today, they
are the toast of the town, with
several overnight cerveza Bal
boa adherents making their
voice heard louder than the
faithful few who stuck with the
club In its dull days.
Al Pinkston also drew the
plaudits of the crowd, when he
raced all the way in from deep
right to snare Dave Jacobs' bid
for a Texas leaguer off his sho
tops in the bottom half of the
seventh inning of the first
- 60c. 30c.
Glenn, cf ...
Lopez. 2b ...
P. Osorio. lb
Kellman, c ..
Brown, p ....
Arthur, p ...
33 5 7 27 5
Bartirome. lb ....2 0 0 11 0
Jacobs, 2b 4 1 0 3 3
Wilhelm, ss 4 1 1 2 4
Phlllios, 3b 3 0 0 0 5
Kropf, rf 2 0 0 2 0
Mayllng. If 3 0 0 0 0
Kern, cf 4 0 12 0
patton. c 4 0 0 7 1
Romberger, p .... 2 1 0 0 1
28 3 2 27 14
Score hy Tnninri
CI Bxlboa 000 210 200 S 7 1
C Vieja 000 003 0003 2 2
Errors: Wilhelm. Kellman,
patton. RBI's: Lope? 2, Brown.
Wilhelm 3, P. Osorio Earned
runs: carta Vieja 3. Cerve7a
Balboa 2. Two base hits: Kell Kellman.
man. Kellman. Home runs: Lopez. Wll
helm. p. Osorio. Doubieolovs:
Phillips. Jacobs. P.rtirome: Wil-
hem, Jacobs, F'rtirome. stolen
e: Kronf. Wild pitch: Rom-
bereer. struckout bv: Pown 5.
Romberw 3, Arthur 5. Base on
HaHs off: Brown 6. Rombereer
2. Arthur l. Left on base: cer cer-ez
ez cer-ez Balboa 3. Carta Vieja 5.
Pitchers' record: Brown 3 runs,
2 hits in 5 2-3 lnnlnrs. Win Winning
ning Winning nitcher: Arthur Cl-1). Los-
nr nitcher: RAmberr-i- iwi
moires: Ritzko, Thornton, 1
Roberts. Time of game; 2:3s.
Al Pinkston, hefty outfielder
of the Beermen continues to
powder the ball with authority.
Last night. Pinkie connected
with an Aionso pitch, sending
it rar over 360-foot mark in
right center with a, mate on
base. We learned afterwards
that the big boy was celebrat celebrating
ing celebrating his birthday, but we did
not venture to find out his cor correct
rect correct age.
Pepe Osorio, Beermen fist fist-sacker,
sacker, fist-sacker, is now hitting at the
terr fic clip ef .41412 in 29.
He connected his second hom homer
er homer of the season In the sev seventh
enth seventh inning of the second
game to break a: three-all tie.
He tied into a high curve serv served
ed served him by Allan Romberger,
losing Carta Vieja pitcher,
and powered it Into the mists
of obl vion, far over the left
Hector Lopes, after a pro prolonged
longed prolonged slump,' finally seems
to have gotten going. He had
a doable In the first game and
in the seconds he collected his
f irjpl homer of the 1957 sea season.
son. season. Hector was-: the circuit's
home run monarch, last sea season.
son. season. 'A' .'. ,'
Also registering' his first home
run or the. present season, was
manager Leon Kellman. Andres
Aionso was tne victim or tne
Kellman blast Air told I h e
Beermen. in .sweeping 1 a st
night's twinbilr, had four hom homers
ers homers for the night. -This boosted
their season's total to llv dis
tributed as iollows: Glenn four,
Pinkston three, pepe Osorio two,
Kellman and Lopez one apiece.
Winston Brown, looked real
good for five innings in the sec second
ond second game. It was his best per performance
formance performance all season. Up to the
fifth allowed only one hit. He
lost control In the sixth when
he issued bases on balls to Dutch
Romberger and Tony Bartirome
to open the tnnlng. Jacobs forc forced
ed forced Bartirome, Charles to Lopez,
and Snider Wilhelm, first ball-
hitting, lofted a Brown offering
high over the left field barrier
to. create a 3-au aeaaioeir. Kropi
and Mavllnr walked and Stan
ley Arthur came to the rescue,
to put out tne fire.
Ticket sales for the 1957 Panama
Open Pro-Amateur Golf Tou la lament
ment lament to be played Jan. 10, 11, i2,
and 13 and the golf exhibition and
clinic sheduled for Jan. 9 at the
Panama Golf Club indicate that
attendance records for these events
may be broken this year.
The exhibition and clinic set for
4:30 p,m. on Wednesday January
utn is attracting great spectator
appeal as the bargain bill has a
lot to offer for the small admission
price of $1 per head.
Golf greats such as Arnold Pal-,
mer, Dow Finsterwald, Roberto De
Vicenzo. Mike Fetchik. Doue Ford
and others will explain and dem demonstrate
onstrate demonstrate how the various shots
should be made and the ease with
which they can be executed; big
George Bayer will show how far
ne can hit a golf ball and it is
suggested you bring your field
glasses as this slueeer hits em nut
If all of this isn't enough return
for you admission price, there will
be a cocktail party in the Club Clubhouse
house Clubhouse Immediately. following 'the
clinic.' This patty is'open W all
and is being sponsored jointly by
the local distributors of the famed
House of Lords scotch whisky, the
ianonai uisuuers and ua. Cyrnos.
These three firms have joined to together
gether together to promise a pre tourna tournament
ment tournament cocktail party that will be
one long to be remembered.
Cerveza Balboa 8
cnestertield ; 8
Carta Vieja. f : ; . v 6
: ? Vi
TOMOKROW'S GAME At Colon Stadiura
Cerveza Balboa OJrunet 2-1) vs. Carta Vieja
Game Time: 10 a.m.
LAST iNIGHT'SRESULT&-(2)At Panama
Cerveza Balboa 5-5, Carta Vieja 0-3.
' V -.v 4
In JC Cage Tourney
By BILL BELL
Barring tremendous unsets,
tonight's championship in the
annual junior College Invita
tionai Basketball Tournament
win ne piayeo between the Air
Forcer-a jived-up club with two
of the flashiest guards in the
tourney and the Universal
Sports a tall, offense-minded
crew with a fabulous one-two
punch in Tom Tucker and Noel
But first, the two team
Bey Dy meir opponents in this
anernoon's games. The Flyers
icic wm avy, a surprise win
ner over JC on opening nieht
Ana the UhiSports, impressive
victors last night, take on the
Aunewc uiuo, another easy
Those two games were to be
piayea at z ana 4 p.m. today.
fif ,n8nt bef or a 1 howling
P "trfPlrlted rowd thaf almost
u ,f' capacity at
tne College gymnasium,- two
non-scnoiastic clubs whipped
ovuuuiuuy uvea ratner hand hand-ljy
ljy hand-ljy in the opener, Athletic
Club already a three-time win
ner over Cristobal High's Tigers
ii icgumr season piay won
their fourth decision, 59-41. in
the second, defending rhimninn
Universal Sports (they won the
j icraiiu scram Die rmnprf the
During the party In the club clubhouse,
house, clubhouse, committee memhert will
have available for sale the popular! Balboa High School, 87-58..
, ucxeu, otherwise
known as the 1-2-3 ducats wherein
the holder of the lurkv
uon will cash in for $2,000. The
The first game was a so-so
session, but in the second
Sports coach Luke Palumbo nn-
IfianrfHM 4U- 1 . UMtlAj AH a
u. -irriiiK iur me Diaver tn r w ii Arm? ennsr.pd mr
substituted for the number combi-ithe Tucker, and three bth bth-nations
nations bth-nations on the itckets will be made ?1" "tlng slxfooters who faded
during the party. ln the third ouarter, then
caugnt nre and tore ud Balboa
it has also been announced that w"n blistering 23 points in
rne final period. Their 67 points
Is high tor this tournev.
Tucker ls so smooth he slides,
in addition to racking 24 points.
nuuicr lournnment ni?h the
Til Take On Anybody Says
Martinez After Easy US Win
WASHINGTON. D.C., Jan. 5
(UP) Featherweight Islro Mar Mar-Unes
Unes Mar-Unes of Panama was "ready for
all comers' today but his latest
victim, Ike Chestnut, conceded,
"I never want to see him a-
"Ill take on anybody includ
ing sandy Saddler, said Mar
tinez after hia unanimous, up
set 10-round decision over Chest Chestnut
nut Chestnut in last night's nationally
televised bout t intend to stay
In the United States and may
be become a citizen. Chestnut
was not too tough.'
Martinet: made an tmpres tmpres-lTe
lTe tmpres-lTe U.S. debut as he bobbed
and wea?ed through II rwvndt
that had the ltth-ranked
featherweight contender ther
Ofhly eonfased. The shaTty
Martinet passed 'at various
TJ.V O L I
cKrMr AGAIN' ST
Glenn Ford in
J U B A L
ROCK AROUND THE
with Audrey Hepburn-
King ef the CaraJval
- Also: -
ROLL ON TEXAS
- MOON -
t:mes te wink and smile
Chestnut te the delight of tha
Capital Arena crowd
"I did that to try to make him
nervous, the happy-go-lucky
Martinez explained in a heavy
accent. uut i aon t think It al
"I never fought anybody like
that guy before," the still be bewildered
wildered bewildered Chestnut admitted.
"He shocked and confused mc
from the beginning, a return
mat'hls up to my manager but
as far a I'm concerned, I never
want to see him again
Calcutta Pool will aeain be held
for this years' Open and the play
ers win De ranied off during the
cocktail party. With the field such
as it i fnr this vmn1 nl.w It i-
anticipated that great interest will T.0Ti Gullck all-service star of
be shown in the Calcutta raffle. Ittne past two military s8sirtHalI
ocaauui reoounaea wen ana1 was
n excellent fioorman. Noel
Gibson, another veteran, 8dded
another 20 points, most of them
aroirhd the basket rim on drives
all promises to be a great show.
one that you cant afford to be
MOBILE. Ala. Jan. 5 CUPV-A
passing duel, featuring Purdue's
Lenny Dawson and Charley Curtis
01 Texas Christian, today appeared
annual Senior Bowl game here to-
Fifty of the country's top play
ers, 22 of them already signed by
the professionals, opened pracuce
Trtnrsday under the watchful eyes
of North Coach Joe Kuharich of
the Washington Redskins and Paul
Brown of the Cleveland Browns.
Kuharich immediately put Daw
son to hurling passes which hit
his receivers repeatedly. Curtis al
so found his targets consistently,
throwing mainly to Miami fullback
Raul Barbers paced the "Hounds
to 23 third quarter points and
a 44-48 deficit. That's when thf.
Winers got hot. V
Fernando Tom, often called
andor Panama ,and Noel Gib
son and Tucker started hitting
and sweeping the backboards
With three minutes to go, is
was 55-50 and Balboa never
threatened after that.
Barbara had 15 int Vi1Vi
for the-losers, Dan Winklosky
14 ana utm Kirkland ll.
In the first came, the SthTa.
tic Clubbers staved nff firt
half threat bv Cristobal; ;tn
short and too' erratic, and spttrt-
. easy victory in tne Jast Jast-half.
half. Jast-half. ' t
The halfway score was J-20V
Only Ed smith was tail :
nough to cope with AC. He led
hi. team with 14 points, most of
them setshots and jumps from,
around the freethrow line. othV
erwlse, Tiger play became slight- ,-If
If ,-If f aggy in fatter stages, and
the offense' was disorganized: v
Ray Nickisher. not vartiw tia
smoothest man on the basket-'
ball floor, himself pot hot irt the
last period and collected eight
points. He ended -with game
high. 15. Hert Joyce contributed
Thirty fouls wera called ion
the two teams, an irt te
them, but Cristobal could t)nly
hit on seven free throws -wlth
center Dave Hawthorne getting 1
five of them.
The box scores: .
Smith, f ....
Sasso, g ....
O FT PF TP
a i :i4
Boseman, f ........ i o o. s i
in the event both ITnlSnort
and the Air Force get into the
rouna, me interest no
doubt will he focused nn Pii.
ker duel with two other service.
men airmen guards Emmett
Bryant and Ron Pearson. Both
Bryant, a racehorse scorer, and,
rearaon. a defensive renins
were other all-service selections
aurin the past yesr.
unisport grabbed a 17-9 first
ouaner lead arainst th null.
dogs, increased It to 31-21 at
But when the Rulldoei nmi
back for the final half, little
Albert Ruiz and temperamental
B r o w n s defensive backfieW
shaped up with John Majors of
The 127-oound Martinez who iTennessee, Wade Mitchell of Geor.
weighed in at the same pound- Tech. Jim Harru of Oklahoma
age as ms opponent, started tne r.oa c raraee ot ue Texas
bout in orthodox fashion. Jab-'Agg'es.
blng away at Chestnut with hisi Majors, however, is likely to be
left band. He shifted abruptly .snutra te ue offensive by came
normal. Mrs.- Waner reported
Pauls' temperature bad risen to
105 on Thursday.
The former Pittsburgh Pirate
star won three National Learue
batting titles during bis bril
liant career. ,
Athletic Club CS9I
Nesbit, f 4.. 4
Welch, f s
Joyce, t 5
McArthur, c ........ 3
MicKisner, g a
Kourney, g i
Carlin, g .....
jjimons. v ....L...A n
Lombano, g 1
Score by quarters:
A. Club ' 15" 11
Gibson, t ...
Hayes, f ....
Gibson, B., f
Tucker, e ...
Perez, g ....
.9 2 S-20
1 U v
Wlnk'osky, D, t ...4 8 1-
Kirxiana, f .,.9 t 1
French, t a a
Ruia, g ......23 1
Wink'osy, I O S
Barbara, r 6 14
Klrkland, L. g ..5 1 0
Score by Quarters:
Un IS port IT; 14 13 2J-r
Balboa 9 12 23 12-64
to southpaw stance in the
fourth round, however, and kept
jabbing away with his righ:
nana tne remainaer 01 tne bout.
Referee Charlie Remolds
sewed tilt fight. 99-tS, ha
. f aver of Martinet, whe has
(eet only twe ef 39 pre fights. 1
Jedge Beany Apleteio bad
It U-n. while ledge Jnliaa
WhIteeteBe eeered at, 9C-S9. -Marti
nes scored the only
knockdown of the bout in the
third round when he dropped
Chestnut for a mandatory eight eight-count
count eight-count with a sweeping left hook
totbe jaw. He also crew bloon ;
from chestnut's nose in the
'Out Of Danger.
SARASOTA, Fla, Jan. S fCP
Paul Waner. basehaU'f famooa
"Big Poison" and- one of seven
major leaguers who collected
3.000 bits, was reported "out of
danger" today after a serious
attack of pneumonia.
Dr. Thomas Scott, the attend attending
ing attending physician, said Waner baa
shown Improvement and that
hit temperature has returned to
showing at Ycur Senric Center Theatres Today!
BALBOA 2:34. 4:23, 1:29, 9:15
' Patricia Medina J
-PHANTOM OP THE BUI
Senday -High Society"
DIABLO HTS. 7:94
TROUD AND PROFANE"
San. "Foreign Intrlgee"
THE PROUD ONEI"
"SHOWDOWIC at' ABILENE!
Sen: "A Day ef Fwry""
MARGARITA 4:15 9:S
"HELL ON FRISCO BAY"
Sen. "Freed and Frefaate
Robert Mltchum .
Sea. "That Certain Feeling"
PARAISO 4:1$ 9:49
"A DAY TO REMEMBER
SANTA CRUZ 4:1$ 9:29
-SETEN CITIES OF GOLD"
CAMP BltBD 4:1$ 7:39 "THE NAKED KILLS"
barbisohi Iron Liege Head
By HARRY GRAYSON
i'HIALEAH. Fla. Jan. S w(NEA)
'"""""L-T-m .t rhat-
r-J1 m.teKrk iUbletlundicap horse in B.rdstown.
Beit A. Jones, 74, and Jim Fitz Fitz-umnm
umnm Fitz-umnm af considerable ui
the way of evidence that there ac
tually is a "way1 to enjoy u?
air' and sunshine and beat the
races without developing ulcer s.
Between them; they have done it
tte Am tiiau liovp won ev-
..v c.ira worth winning,' most oi
them several times. They haya the
lame formula. It is a simple one
i--:- A .t.fr fnr rich DeOUle.
Plain JBen Jones is set snataiii
-year run for fabulous ; Calumet
Farm." After what practically vja vja-mounted
mounted vja-mounted to three-year -drought
JTmii. Gene Markey's deytfs red
and blue, the Jones boys Ben ana
"n Jimmy in W mprf IM
million dollar jriark for W
time in n years. Their skillful
hwdling made Calumet the .top
winner eight- times, in
. -Ui-: HO;
in' football. Even me ms jr"
ervative Ben Jones admits xmi
i T.e "" Af twrt vear-oids
is the,Farm's best ever; and it has
had some pippins,-including, th
batch that included uiauop 4
Coaltown The chances are that
von won't hep of several of thern
Shortly before .top stakes are
Jones toys will point t Baf Baf-baoi',
baoi', Baf-baoi', adiudged the finest juvenile
mala, and. Iron Liege and another
..-; By HERBERT MOISE
v The cry foSr baseball isjn the
nir ; constantly during the on
lejtaon but as we "Play-ball,
. .. I UM J. snmaHma In TIP
Cembar enthusiasm cools off to
a xliscouraglng whisper Thl a.
Btrahge-as-it-may-seem : tate tate-jnent,
jnent, tate-jnent, l8 attributable to the i in influence
fluence influence the major leagues hava
ou ut sd-caUed.basebaiJ- fans.
' The fans near abcuifc; major
.'tocal'"" jfans ; in" demanding
thift the team JvrnSr &
hleh caliber baseball players to
participate in the ghort two two-month
month two-month season Tjut do nothing
to encourage the importing tf
top flight pjayers. We are dis disappointed
appointed disappointed in tiie way fans are
turning out the games of the
E resent ..Panama professional
pague. y. ; H ',
Many are complaining .int
the cames are not good mind
you these, are the onea, who
are not at the games. The close closeness
ness closeness of the league at thiff stage
Is testimony that good games
are hein played, the fact that
tine of the first 18 games, elid elided
ed elided In shutout' scores is testi testimony
mony testimony that good pitchrna- Is -be-in?
displayed and perhaps tlw
most point bit of testimony Is,
the fact that the reputed rivavy
hitters" on all teams are ha v v-Jpg
Jpg v-Jpg their power nullified.. What
more can,a real sincere baseball
Jan ask for? Is the price ,APP
high ior the game? 1 ;
our answen to these Question
f s that, there is nothing- -'more
ihj(t local fans can demand and
as is possible to maintain the
activities of the, league, it is our
belief that- the local fans- are
rot spending enough- time, study
James Mason in : -V
. "BIGGER THAN LIFE"
.' "BUS STOP'
Today IDEAL .20 .10
( Jamea Whitmore to-'
' Burt Lancaster in
HIS MAJESTX OTCEEFE
. .h;iuw II I V
cu. HeHwauax. a.
v. "n. tnrA fn ttia' TTanturlrv Der
v.i,v- : i" .w .- J
hv nri all th. his threa-vear-old
fixtures lor cons, wun swaps sua
i lor cons, wun swaps uu
Nahua retired, they' have the top
rnncess ruria iwice ueai tue
Claiborne Farm's Doubledogdare,
k irontnclrv nlrs Rlnrk
trvii mil &wv.b.. : t
Eyed Susan and Cleopatra Handi Handicap.
cap. Handicap. Her stablemate, Beyond,-ran
cap. xitsi biouicuiok:, hcjuiiu, ,.."
a dead heat with Princess Tuna in
thr Acorn, giving you a rough tdea
" ".""f,"1,"'. "" .
nn tK distaff Side. v
Jim 'Fitoimmem' nrinci
ipal task is to bring back Bold
Prinf in the Garden State. Bold
Ruler- bad met defeat but o nvc e
an easily excused loss to Nash Nashville
ville Nashville after the handsome son of
Nasimllah had -been laid off a long
time 'due to a Dock injury. uujk
inte the world's richest race, the
nrkfi staHia tar had seven
Victories and one second in eight
orc inpTnrHnff triumDhs in t h e
youth?uT;"juvenile and "Belmont
JJ Utunty. -AI-inai siage, tiuure
cam suspected that he might be
even more lormiaaoie umu
tm fVkA fiorttin Rtntp. Bold Ruler.
- vi -1KA
AfVincrn nn ran UD Oil IHe
uAAl. nf a faHincr rival. lOSt all
rhnnce and iinished f 17th. There
were i extenuating circumstances,
but in the nemsen
days later, with Arcaro back in the
o.Hriio Rnld Ruler reared, at the
start, failed to make up ground
and finished oeao iasi.
Th. iiKkiu.oi thprp and if hands
.n i ha In Bold Ruler,
they are those of Sunny Jim; Fitz-
ing or trying to learn the game
ana xnereiore nave not aevcwy aevcwy-H
H aevcwy-H the knnwleriffit and sentiment
to exnect the unexpected, the
to?STr iI?2is5Si; .,nS
potential and. the downright ups
and downs of baseball.
yver nere in uoion, more ians
nr. tint, irnlncr in the raDital to
see the games because of trans
portation aimcuities. in wnes
rv-tv-t A UlP v.niliA 4-a1i kttDOt
KnM rm; tt to .roe- the
nnn aiithnrtxPH lino ttnii t.hi an
offers service, durine the. t week
' lit L J
many Atlantic eiders to leave
tne games in tne closing stages
ix ine dus suuauon.is aueviai-
ed then more "Colonenses" will
be in the Panama stands.
Sunday colon will prove
baseball bigwigs thaiT they
win suppun ihb game gtven
the oDoortunitv. Cerveia Balboa
41, A. XI- Mm I -'-
will meet Carta Vieia In a!"88 halfback who set a Cleve-
game which will be in honor of
Panama's first full-fledged maj-
1 i tr
or leaguer Hector Lopez
Once again to the "delln-
quciib xaiio, cuiiie uuw vu ljc
jnuira ftjv. jtcc line uiiuiinni
ennrf hfiftphflll nn th whnU arid
e - j
tV a ntma that A.a- I
Keeps lip Scorching
Cage Scoring Pace
L NEW.YORK. Jan. 5 -Sophomore
i a mr ..
oenain oi jvansas conunuea to l.
defy a general downward trend in,
college basketball scoring today
jjiauonai scoring. race
. - -a -
WL. T u ... 1 j .V
36 pouits against Oklahoma and 45'e?t ,n 0,6 bistory of the Baltimore
r.i.-.j j.; ,l 4. team.
against Colorado during the past
wren 10 00051 ms average to o.o
pouks per game tor tne season.
In second place again, at 30.3,
in Bcvoua piace again, ai j.3-"v cr coacnea, scor v
points per game, was senior TJrady,n.'ne touchdowns t equal the Bal
Wallace of South Carolina,'. tnnore season high set by- Ameehi
- s.vy .: .v A 1KB. The Reading rwkie
inese were tne oiuf two wavers
. .. tv.. .atn
1 vuulh:, CVtlV .M,1W1 H,WIW
jthan 30 per game. ;
I i This falling off also was reflect reflected
ed reflected again in team statistics, which
showed Ohio University on top io
: scoring with 11.0 points per game
and Morehead, the defending scor scoring
ing scoring champion, was the only other
team over U points with a M.4
- w i's t
rtMio c-tvaa m. cotow
61 -rifc :
In Panama Open
TiiV nnhlinopr 'chairman nf 'the
rr,:r w. r
ma iiipen lournameni wmcn ,c
underwav-'at- the "Panamt ,G wlf
Club on Thursday January iotfr.
, jofinson is tne proiessionai me
Farmington,-Michigan C ouAtry
clj ,wlll be lne l8t. Pro to ar
rive nere.1 mi caoie ir lyenuiijci
.... k. ,.A.ji 1. 5.
.stated he would be arriving at 2:35
Sunday aiternoon an ran-Amencan
AirWayS 'Flight NO. 517. This Michi Michigan
gan Michigan mashie-swinger is coming a
long way io compete in the Pana Panama
ma Panama Open and is self-sponsored. Vn Vn-doubUy
doubUy Vn-doubUy Jimmy is bringing his
game with him as he is determin determined
ed determined to cop enough of the $7500
prize money to eover his expenses.
, The 1957 Panama Open Commit Committee
tee Committee is scheduled for a luncheon
meeting this Friday January 4th
at the Panama Club at 12 noon.
Ail final preparations will be dis discussed
cussed discussed and each member of the
working comrittee will be given
additional assignments to c a r r Tr Trout
out Trout during the course of the tour tournament.
nament. tournament. NEW "'YORK. Jan. 5 (UP) Len
ny Moore, former Penn State half halfback
back halfback who led the Baltimore Colts
in scorin last season with 54
point, w" nrae1 the N
ionili'Footb'an League's outstandl
. i ,l. tt-
ing i:iao roukie ui wic auuuai vim.
ed Press poll.
The 23-vear-old Moore, a native
of Heading; Pa., is the second
.aight BalUmore player to win
f-traight Baltimore player to win
the rookie uoll. Alan (The Hone)
Aroeche, former. Wisconsin All-
America who put; 4n his second
season with the Colts in 1956, was
Mnnr hpmt. nut Prpstnn Carnmn.
ter of the Cleveland Browns for
r -" -- ;
'00!f!e of he yer honoI ta votin?
by 25 sports writers who covered
the campaign in the various NFL
penter,. former University of Ark-
Ian record in 1955 ny carrying
the 08ll I88 times, received six
' Sam Huff, a first-year player
I jwa ,ui7ci quiver
; "8"" wuu ww ine
Starting middle truarri hrfh tvirh
. D :
lit 9ft Ail aatttW 4AI ..i-.-
jnnn i n tii arnn ma ih
sanrflnt fnnthsH a At ma n.i
v t uvn rial
umore ciud record ny. compiermg
W R IWVMtAtl A lt.'a ---
fifth with three votes. .
uiyoe winner, an end front Col Col-lege
lege Col-lege of the Pacific who made good
with the San Francisco Forty-.
Niners, a,hd J. C Caroline, Chica Chica-eo
eo Chica-eo Bean halfhi-lr .-.. i
ne vote- : -'
MAnr finiaht a: 1.11..
. ',,u m me
3af 1"rus'un with 649 yards
.... -y. crjje CI
i.5 yards per rush vi th K..t
- ..i ra uio ucMt
nnefrl imnntf th. .1. .
i circuus TOO
rn h q II ..MM. ..j ,l 1
" was me nign-
rn!?W!; t,t,Mcrjbd hy Coach 'Rip
Engl of Penn State as "the Great Greatest
est Greatest back I ever coarhnt
Ileanino rmlru .1..
Share Most Of !. L
MONTREAL, Jan. S fTJP) The
Buffalo Bisons and Rochester Red
WUISS shai-Ml mn n u.
tional League s defensive honors
v. me iho campaign.
e last-place Bisons were offi officially
cially officially crowned tha t.,'. w.
defensive unit and had two indi individual
vidual individual leaders while the second second-place
place second-place Red Wings bad three indl-
lz- nraPions,. according to
official figures released' today by
. The Bisons Mmn!lt
ing mark with only 123 errors In
ui games, uunaio s Lotus Ortiz
led the second basemen with a
.987 fipurelnrt tha i am
Serena topped, the third basemen
The Red Winn thraa U;i,..l
leaders Were firnt-hxamaa Jna
i. .... I
vmmiininiii, wun -a jaaj inara.
shortstOD Ed KltkA mrfh OCX ami
outfielder Tom Burgeas with .9888.
eatcners wun a .k average and
Jim Owens of Miami led tha pitch-
Carl Kawatjtki nf Tnrnrrfa lA tha
ers with a perfect 1.0000 mark.
Miami, whicn was seventh to me
ta.n. ftJilHntf '.l.nHinara lf in
double plays with 166 while Ha Ha-vana
vana Ha-vana led in errors with 185. Two
triple piays were turned ta oy to to-lumbus
lumbus to-lumbus and one each by Toronto
Top Pro Grid
6 I i
STRAIGHT FROM THE STABLES Two: all-time p
r-ht in thm Hilh Park ictahl krea.1 Between th
Ben A. Jones, left, 14,: and' Jim Fitzsimmons. 82, have handled
top thoroughbreds, for .118 years. They specialize ii stakes.'
Lives Up To His
NlSW .YORK (NEAN'ot a
few basketball experts were of the
opinion that Bill Bussell, ,the San
Francisco Olympian, was n l g n i y
They said, for example, that he
couldn't : shoot and his' defensive
tricks never would go with the pro professionals.
fessionals. professionals. So Russell stepped info the Bos Boston
ton Boston Celtics' lineup and went on a
rebounding, shot-blocking splurge
that .set the league afire. Box office-wise,
he had a hand iit draw
ing m, yw cusiomera. uirougn a
"The' guy," Coach Red Auerbach
says, "had a college record which
was fantastic. He didn't get it be
cause he couldnt play.
"Some .day people will take a
player on his record and they
- t- A l t I. A ..
mtgai una -mat u 3ianas up.
.. . A
CONFUSED Lost in high
pressure recruting by represents
tlves of North Carolina State
College; Jackie Horritfnd doetnl
know which way to- turn.. Be is
a six-foot-eight star our of Min Min-den,
den, Min-den, La;, .,- ., , v.
1 1 Tl
1 t. -u--; ''.m
11 1 m 1
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LOS" ANGELES. Jan. S rt)Pl
The Professional Golfers' Assn.,
irked with ts own inability to cope
with errant players, today named a
"czar" to arbitrate all disputes
and set up a series of rules, regu regulations
lations regulations and fines to, control activi activities
ties activities on,-" the rich' year-round tour.
More than 100 players, here for
the Los Angeles Open starting Fri Friday,
day, Friday, sat in oh a meeting at which
Edwin J, Carter, tournament bu bureau
reau bureau manager, Was given added
powers that included the right to
oar men irom competing in, l"UA
IMnaas- '.i?1 U'LIaJ U ... UCrO 13 JIU 4IWTJWWut vuaiii-
ftt-s-MW camp.fo, him to overlord
tournament supervisor,' rf Harvey
Raynor," says Carter. "If they
think the fine is Unjust, they may
appeal to me. I make the final
decision. There Is. no further ap appeal."
peal." appeal." Carter said that he will have the
right to ban a player from com competing
peting competing in PGA tournaments if a
player refuses to pay a fine. In
the past many fines have been
levied, but very tew collected.
NEW YORK. Jan. 5 YTJPV BiB
Russell's amazing defensive 'feats
overshadowed even Boh, Pettit's
continued, scoring splurge today in
the National Basketball Assn.
Official NBA weekly statistics Is
sued today disclosed that .rookie
Russell of the Boston Celtics, col college
lege college basketball's "player of the
year" ia 1956 with San Francisco.
racked up a grand total of '112
rebounds la tour games duriog tbe
Russell has merely accounted
for 35 per cent of all Celtic re
bounds in games ne's played, zo
per 'cent of all rebounds by both
Virtually unnoticed, a-10 Pettit of
the :St. Louis Hawks tallied 134
poiatt in four games io cement
his leadership in six different de departments
partments departments total points (806),
average points (26.9 per' game),
field I goal attempts fo33) field
goats scored (274), free throw at attempts
tempts attempts (33T and free throws scored
ROYAL CHARTER t4)
Chaajr Vrftbaat Katie
No Maticiano, So Weill Puts Life
Backln Gym Building New Stable
By JIMMY BKESLIN
NE WYORk'; Jan.5'-(NEA)-"This,"
Al Weill "sa'iaV "is the kid
I bring in from Boise, Idaho. Grow
his name is. Ht. beat Bobby
veiu was standing in the half-
light which bathes the dust, tattle-i
taie gray l -snu:is- and niusiy hang-
ers-on during the eyemnft perform-j
ance at Lou istillman's trymnasi-i
ihe lights were .not bright; e-i
mough to- do Justice to the diamond
ring Weill had on one stubpy ling linger,'
er,' linger,' but they were bright, enough
ior him to watcn Jimmy Grow, a
lightweight who would move a a-round
round a-round a sweat suited sparmate
and then open up With a flock, u
heavy puncnes. v : (
"Combinations" Weill yelled at
Weill wore a soft hat and his
cigar stucK out at the usual jaunty
angle. He kept looking at tfrow as
the scarring conunueu. He cnucK-
led wnen tue fighter snapped a
straight and clean right hand into
the sparmate's face. t
"lnis is his first day in here,
Weill pointed out. "I like him. The
style that's what's going to
make a lot of money. He is a
Weill strutted to. the other end of
the gym. He passed Charley Gold Goldman,
man, Goldman, the trainer peering through
the ropes at Grow.
The manager never looked at thej
ring. He was talking, instead, to
two large Negro youngsters who
shuffled around shadow boxing.
"One is McTier and the other
is some four round kid we just
got," Chick Wergeles explained.
"But did Charley tell you about
this Rent, the English kid? Char Charley
ley Charley goes to, Toronto for two weeks
and comes hack and says he don't
have to siay there. The kid never
had a pro fight but knows all the
This was Al Weill and company
back on the job. Not since the
nieht a heavyweight named Rocky
Marciano flattened Jersey Joe, Wal Wal-cott
cott Wal-cott for the heavyweight title has
the boxing beat seen Weill on so
steady a basis. He is a working
(PL... I tea. UaailfntAlifVlf aU m
now, no rush to see that the best
rmgsides are safely locKed in us
"I'm startin' in again right
from scratch," is the way Weill
puts it. He has Wergelesi with him,
hustling around, and little Charley,
the trainer, who has to build the
It seems strange to see Weill
working with a preliminary boy.
But, as he explains It, "This is a
racket where you got to go right
back to the start once your big
guy quits. Vou can't lose the feel
for it. I know four round kids as
good as I know champeens. I have
never been that far away from
It has been accepted around the
writing profession that the best
way to describe Weill is with heav heav-y
y heav-y use of the words "overbearing"
and "dictatorial" and "conniving."
But in action, he is nothing less
than an old-line manager of fight fighters
ers fighters who knows his business- a step
ahead of most and practices it 20
hours a day. j
Grow, for example, looks as if
ha will be a solid addition to his
new stable. This lightweight is a
pleaser. but nobody brought him
to New York and what money there
is around until Weill stepped in.
Then you have Dave Rentr the
English boxer who has been in
the ring since he was 13. He will j
be a good heavyweight, they say.
The same goes for Solomon Mc-
Tier, a puncher who has plenty
to learn but the tools to work with.1
And Weill is back in the gym
walking, talking, chewing his ci cigar
gar cigar and figuring out just how well
he will do in the months to come.
The record shows Al Weill al
ways has taken good care of him-,
It should be no different this
NEW YORK (UP)-Bobby Mot Mot-row
row Mot-row of San Benito. Tex., winner
of three gold medals in the 1956
Olympic Games, has been named
"sportsman of the year" by Sports
Illustrated Magazine. Morrow,
who won the 100 and 200 meter
sprints and ran the anchor leg oa
tie American 400 meter relay
team, was singled out for his
sportsmanship as well as his
ability. v. .
MANCHESTER. NX., (UP)
Catcher Yogi Berra of tha New
York Yankees and Manager Bird- 1
ia Teboetta of tha Cincinnati Red
legs will bt the honored guetts ;
at he Manchester Union Leader
Charity --fund sport bajiquet-oa 1
tfan. a. Also included on the
honored guest.. list are -pitchers
Tom Brewer anl Frank SuL'ivaa
of the Boston Red Sox and iav
Heller-outfielder Jim Gilliam of
the Brooklyn Dodgers.
MIAMI. Fla. (UP) Orange
Bowl participants Colorado and
Clem son win each get around
$207,000 as their share of receipts
from the annual New Years Day
If i H
m; lis:' rl
f at 4
, PAINFUL It seemed to hurt Jimmy Nidds, right, when ktna ..
SeTYorlTuniversity guard t.nglei with North Carol.
Tommy Reams chasing a loose ball at Madison Square uar-,,
.u. tha Tar Hefcls Peta Brennan.
I qen. nwnuing u,vmn-
THE SAVINGS BANK
1 Institution Guaranteed, by the Mat
. ...... r':"-'i'' :--iAA,-y 'x;-'v,
Pays 2 Interest Ainaally on avinxf Accounts?.
INITIAL DEPOSIT $5.00
We mike loans with guarantee en first mortgages
. or other securities.
25c. -50c. -51-00 and $5,00
deposits are accepted thru a period
of 48 weeks.
Individual safety deposit boxes, for Jewelry and i
. documents, in 4 different sizes.
OFFICE IN PANAMA
109 Central Ave. at
corner af "I" Street
0. A. De R0UX, CARLOS MOUVNES V,
Maaaier Snb-Manarer 111
Prom a.m. ta 12:31 jb.
8ATURDAIS:; from 1:00 ajn. to IM pjkv
UNITED FRUIT COMPANY j
Great White Fleet
..:;v i r ; .
New Orleans Service-" 1
AIa Bandline Refrlrerated and Chilled Care ,
New York Service
UMOS' ... .:
'eeUy. sailings o! twelve passenser ship to New
r York, New Orleans, Los, Anjeles, San Francisco :
- and Seattle. -, --
STECUL ROUND TRIP PASSENGER PARKS FROM
CRISTOBAL ANDOR RALBOA: m
Ta New t ark anal Retard' i.. l2M
Ta Lae Aarclca and San Franeisee ani
Ratarning fraaa Lm Aarclea HI.
Ta Seattle and Retarn SStt-S
' . .: ' )
.. Front St. at earner
at 7th St.
..Jan. II ;
Jan. I? j
" Arrives ;
...... Jan. 23'
" Gibraltar. Life Ins. Co.
. lor rates fen' information
TeL Panama 2-055? ;
CHILDREN & GENERAL
' Dr. R. Eisenraann
Dr. C. E. Fabreita
. CX. DenUl-Medll folyciMt
Tivoll (4 of July) Ave. 21A24
(pdt" Ant. School puyround)
v Xl. 2.1011 Pn"
TRANSPORT! BAXTER, S A.
PANAMA RIDING SCHOOL
Ridin fr Jumping Qim "W
r bT appeinrmwn.
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tem Bth ml el
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Dr. CHOLL ttied, Chlropodlrt
For Federal Power
WASHINGTON. Jan. 5 (UP)
Secretary of Jntenor r.e
L: -.:u uniimu tn .mm federal
IIUII W1U vu' ...
mower policy, on partnership, wttn
.'V 1 1tllMBtl I C .'J.--.
ept of the power policyVSeaton.
,toH a news conference. we, have.
no intention of retreating from it.-.
i .He s a i A the Federal Power
Commission' estimates it will cost
.$40 billion over the next 10 years
' (Just to provide enough additional
ipewer "to keep up." He said the
-Iprice tag over the next 20 yea's
be $94 billion.
"That is why the partnersmo
yolicy is essential," Seaton said.
'It is just impossible to gett hat
touch federal money."
Seaton said hydroelectric plants
re expected to supply about S.5
per cent of the additional power
requirements. Fuel plants will
Supply about 77 per cent and
(atomic energy 14.5 per cent, he
Seaton also said he plans to re remain
main remain in the cabinet. He said the
president "asked me to stay on
and I plan to."
jWins Canal Zone
'A low bid of $115,000 was enter
ed by Ventas Generates, S.A., of
Panama for the construction of
4,650 feet of intercepter sewers In
the Bafboa and Gavilan area. Bids
, were opened Friday morning in
the Administration B u i 1 d i n f at
Other bids ranging from $119,190
to $167,732 were submitted by C.
iA. High and Bildon, Incorporated.
The project Is part of the cons construction
truction construction of a complete new sewage
disposal system for the Canal Zone
communities on the Pacific Side
and Includes the construction of,
1,5000 feet of sewage line from Ga Gavilan
vilan Gavilan Road along west side of
Amador Road to the new sewage i
tumping station In Balboa. O'her
mes will extend 750 feet from the
Union Church to the pumping sta station
tion station and 400 feet from the rear of
the Credit Union Building to the
. pumping station.
C.A. High Awarded
With a lump sum offer of $133
63. C.A. High was low on the
work of reroofing of a number of
t"ildings and structures at Balboa,
lit. Hope and Cristobal.
oida on the project, which is to
be .completed during the dry sea seaton
ton seaton months, were opened Friday
,. morning in the Administration
Building at Balboa Heights.
. Other contractors making offers
ranging from $136,905 to $159,002
ere Dillon and Hickman. Bildcm
Incorporated, E. O. Hauke, and
r 7 Ivtno ad Roquer
Tdfng' to the Specifications
reroofing and repairs include the
ic.acevoent of a roof over a sec sec-t
t sec-t r -' ire- It in Balboa, toe cons construction
truction construction of a roof oTer eoc ramp
M rr 17 la Balboa; reroofing of
tLe Rainbow City Commissary, the
- itobal Wood Shop, the Cristobal
I iint Shop, the Cristobal Com Com-j
j Com-j rcfor Building and a number of
t -t ftbop buildings "m Cristobal:
f-1 reos r to toe" root of' pier six
LEAVE YOUR AD WITH ONE OF OUR AGENTS OR OUR OFFICES AT 57 44 H" STREET,
- I S treat No. 11
Agenda Internal. d PubllcacionM
N. S Letter Mass)
Central Ave. U
FOR SALE: Mahogany bedroom
st, 5 pes., jood condition. Call
after 4 p.m. 530 Lore Plae, An
can. Phon 2-2619.
FOR SALE: Must hist. Youth
bed $40; complet larg doubl
bad, spring, wonderful mattress
$50; drtsiars, tjblc, chain, mii mii-ccllaneout.
ccllaneout. mii-ccllaneout. Best offer. Quarters
2711-B, Sage Avenue Cocoli.
FOR SALE: Single bed $10;
mahogany desk $40; metal
lounging chairs with spring cush cushion!.
ion!. cushion!. Call Panama 3-3347.
FOR SALE: Mitee 1 1 a n a e u a
household items: 3 mahogany
chairs, buffet metal, 6 dining
chairs, chest drawers metal,
dresser metal; double bed metal;
Hoover electric cleaner. H. D.
Sutherland, 5516-B, Haines.
FOR SALE: Rattan 3 -strand,
2-sectional couches, 1 chair, 1
table; 60-cycle washing machine
motor, baby bad, rinse tubs,
youth chair. Phone Clayton 87 87-4182.
4182. 87-4182. FOR SALE: Living room set,
modern, brand new, small tables,
pictures, antique furniture, desk,
chest, etc. Have to sell at any
price. Reason: leaving country.
Call 3-5974. G. Ortega Street,
Apt. 3, near Hotel El Panama.
FOR SALE: Norgtr automatic
washer, 1 1 Vj eu. Jr. refrigera refrigerator.
tor. refrigerator. Both 60 cycles. Phone Core Core-sal
sal Core-sal 85-4235.
FOR SALE: Quartermaster ma mahogany
hogany mahogany extension table, 2 leaves
$15. House 721 -A, El Prado,
FOR SALE: One dresser and
chifforob $35; on boy's ma ma-.
. ma-. hogsny chifforobe $30; one E E-,
, E-, lectrolux vacuum cleaner with at attachment
tachment attachment $40; on 45Tgallon
. fish aajuarium complete $75;
radio, table model-$15; miscel miscel-.
. miscel-. faneous household articles. Tale-
f phone Kobb p'
Chosen To Attend
The Department of the Army has
announced four officers from the
Panama Area, the Antilles, and
Brazi have been selected to at attend
tend attend the 1957-58 course at the va-
ttend the 1957 58 course at the
various major service training
Lt. Col. Elmer G. Owens, G-3
Executive officer, USARCARIB
and Col. Richard J. Seitz. U. S.
Army Elements, Joint Brazil-U.
S. Military Commission and U. S.
Military Mission to Brazil, have
both been selected to attend the
Army War College.
Col Robert G. Sherrard, U. S.
Army Garrison, Ft.. Buchanan,
Puerto Rico, has been selected by
DA to attend school at the Na National
tional National War College.
. Another officer from; Puerto Ri-
'a lie aniversattty of Gina
" I L ''
' ' ' I x
I r I $ i
(tested U by the fact that she bat become an Interna
tional star of I be first magnrtade in spite of her tangne tangne-twUtisf
twUtisf tangne-twUtisf name, la Bollywood, where produce ri and press
agents spend sleepless nights concocting- simple names for
potential stars, the access' f a actress with five syllables
us her last name. Is nothing; lest than improbable and in
complete defiance to all the rales. la a remarkably few
years, Lollobrigida has almost single-handedly made Italy,
where names of sach proportions pose snch problem, a
major recce in the world's film markets. Lollobrlgida, star starring
ring starring in L'nited Artists' "TRAPEZE, Hecht-Lancaster pm-
tortion in color and cinemascope, vrrs un janlski
th ATJHE CENTRAL.
YOU CAN PLACE
UZ La CamHoUIa
N. M V StrMt
4th of July Ave. AIM.
FOR SALE: 1950 Oldsmobil
"98," black 4-door Sedan, good
condition, original owner. Ideal
for faxi- Call 2-3499.
FOR SALE: '51 Mercury 4-door
two-ton. Call Bal. 1685.,'
FOR; SALE: Only 6000 miles.
1956 Studebaker Pres. hardtop,
extras. Phon Balboa 1716
FOR SALE; 1955 Chevrolet
Deluxe 4-door sedan, with ra radio,
dio, radio, directional lights. Seat cov covers,
ers, covers, good battery and tires. Sac Sacrifice
rifice Sacrifice tor $1475. Phon Balboa
FOR SALE: 1951 Morris Mi Minor,
nor, Minor, good condition. Phond Pan Panama
ama Panama 3-0400. V
LOST b FOUND
LOST: Small black fend whit
dog, male, Terrier-Cocker, wear wearing
ing wearing black harness with tag No,
36 and identification tag. Sub Substantial
stantial Substantial reward for safe return or'
reliable information regarding
whereabouts. Call Elmer Orr, -Balboa
2-1406 or write box 382,
Balboa Hrs., C.Z.
FOR SALE: Retiring, must sell:
fully furnished house, Santa Cla Clara
ra Clara Beach Also one unfurnished',
house. Phon 6-441. i'.' V,
TWO LOTS FOR SALE: Facing
cement street in Penonome and
Rio Hato, about 1600 square
meters each one. Phone 3-2537.
FOR SALE: Beautiful residence
in El Valla, 1900 meters. 3 bed bedrooms,
rooms, bedrooms, completely furnished, living-dining
room, kitchen, bed bedroom,
room, bedroom, maid's room with bath,
electric plant, bed linen, kltch-
en utensils, china, trove, refri refrigerator,
gerator, refrigerator, radio, record player, 'etc,
with all conveniences as dry
home.' Has river. $9200. Phone';
34960.. ;'. --$V"-'
32 Per Cent Chile -Pay
Hike Sure Of
SANTIAGO, Chile, Jan. 5 (UP)
President Carlos Ibanez warned
Congress yesterday he will veto
any measures providing pay in increases
creases increases of more than 25 per cent
in private trade, and industry.
The Senate already had approv approved
ed approved a bill providing for a 32 per
cent nationwide pay boost, which
Ibanez chareed would have
tremendous inflationary impact on
the general Chilean economy.
The Senate's action resulted In
an immediate drop in the quota quotation
tion quotation .of the Chilean peso, from 600
to 620 to the dollar.
co, Col. Guy 6.' .DeYoung, Jr., U.
S. Armv Garrison. Fort Brooke,
will attend the Industrial College of
the Armed. Forces during 1957 58
Louobrigida's appeal la best
PANAMA AMERICAN AN
YOUR AD ATJ4 DIFFERENT LOCALITIES IN. THE CITY
Av. TlvU N ' N
FARMACIA ESTADOS UNIDOS
lit Coatral At. .y
1M Centre! Aveaae
DRAWER "A," DIABLO
BOX 1211, CRISTOBAL. C.Z.
Do you spend a lot of money for
radio publicity? Do you want to
handle your own program? Would;;
you like to enter the radio busln...
ness? See Lombargo Vega, Vol
del Pueblo, Box 1045. Phon 2
3343. ; r
FOR SALE: Thoro u g h b r d
Cocker Spaniel pups. Piion 3 3-5120.
5120. 3-5120. FOR SALE: '51 Chevrolet Bel Bel-Air,
Air, Bel-Air, low mileage; 9 Venetian
blinds, width 50 inches; new
tapes, $6 ea.; electric clock; 2 -Q.M.
twin beds, $20; 1 mahog mahogany
any mahogany desk $35; maple coffee ta table
ble table $10; 1 step table $10;
lectric broiler $8; 1 vanity $12;
misc. household goods. Phone 2 2-1829.
1829. 2-1829. Hous 5627-8, Diablo
FOR SALE: 1956 TV Emerson,
blonde table model, excellent re reception
ception reception on 60-cycle, only thre
months old $95; Revere maqa maqa-xine
xine maqa-xine MOVIE CAMERA. F.3.5
lens, 5-speed shutter, with case.
Phone 82-3287 Quarry Hts.
Gel $2 Million In
Surplus Service Aid
The Department of Defense
and the General Services Ad Administration;
ministration; Administration; In a joint move to
assist the president's committee
on Hungarian relief recently
made almost $2 million in sur
plus clothing and bedding a a-variable
variable a-variable to the International Co Cooperative
operative Cooperative Administration.
- Tne excess military property
originally .bought for he Ar Army,
my, Army, Navy and Marine Corps and
valued at $1,827,955 will be turn turned
ed turned over to the ICA for shipment
to refugee camps in Europe, the
Defense Department said.
Amonff the Items from the
Atmy are 400 slepinjr bags, 35,-
pairs or snoes, 15,850 sweaters,
8200 blankets, 64,000 shirts and
The Marine Corns will fur
nish 65,000 pairs of boots and
2530 coats, while the Navy will
supply 65,000 jackets, 400,000
pairs of socks, 68,000 raincoats
and 8300 shirts.
The items have been declared
excess and osme of them have
already been determined fur fur-plus
plus fur-plus to the Federal government,
ine uerense Department said.
The WAiirlnir innlwl a n A
blankets are b"Jng moved as
rapidly as possible by rail and
plane to the ICA assembly Mint
at Newark, N.J., for aid and sea
shipment to Europe for refugees
who have fled Hungary to the
safety of other nations.
SI. luke's To Hold
Feasl Of Epiphany
The Feast of the Epiphany will
be celebrated tomorrow at the
Cathedral of St. Luke In Ancon at
.both the morning and evening serv
At the 11 a.m. service of Holy
Communion the Choir Guild will
sing the "Mass in E Flat" by Al
fred J. Eyre, and the Anthem
"W Three Kings'? with Fred J.
Gerhardt, John Cooper, Per-0 1 a f
Borg and Mrs. Marta Spoel as sol
oists. Dean Peterson will preach
on "Spiritual Transformation."
At the evening service at seven
o'clock, the Feast of Lightswill be
observed. This candlelight service
will include the pageant of the
Christ Child, sponsored by the
Young People's Fellowship of the
Cathedral. A highlight 01 the serv service
ice service Is the lighting of -the Christ
Candle, which symbolizes Christ as
the light of the world, and the
lighting of other candles on the
altar and in the hands of the con congregation,
gregation, congregation, which symbolizes the
receiving of that light all down
through the ages to the present.
New Group Study
Classes To Begirt
At Fort Clayton
The Fort Clayton education cen center
ter center will soon begla four new group
Off-duty classes will be given in
beginning typing, beginning radio,
beginning Spanish and beginning
Typing and radio classes will
meet Mondays and Wednesdays
from 7 to p.m. Spanish and tel-
ev noa classes will be held Tues-
cr Thursday evenings from
T to ft. .
.ier information may be ob
tained from the education center,
Fort Clayton. ,
INDEPENDENT DADLY NEWSPAPER
ATTENTION, S. 1.1 Just built
modern furnished apartments, 1,
2 bedrooms, hot, cold water.
Phon Panama 3-4941.
FOR RENT: furnished apart apart-'ment,
'ment, apart-'ment, 3 bedrooms, living-dining
. room, porch, kitchen, terrace,
maid's room.' Peru-Ave. 37-91;
FOR RENT: Large and ventilat ventilated
ed ventilated apartments on- 4th of July
Avenue, T1 -352 V (facing en-.
trance to Quarry Heights). In Inquire
quire Inquire same building 9 to 12
. a.m. and 2-to 6 p.m. or phon
2-2037 anytime. .,
FOR RENT: Apartments,' on
and two bedrooms, unfurnished,
cool, ocean view. A Uruguay St.
FOR RENT :-2-bedroom apart apartment,
ment, apartment, living room, porch, kitch kitchen,
en, kitchen, maid's room, laundry and
playground, all screened; Call 3 3-3742,
3742, 3-3742, El Cangrcjo. ."
FOR RENT: Furnished apart apartment,
ment, apartment, concrete. North American
neighbors, regular transportation,
$50.' Phone 3-0471.
Boats & Motors
,;. .";?: ,' '-
U FOR SALE: 12 Vi-ft. boat with
.- sails, center board-rudder. Good
: condition. Phone 3-2346.
WANTED: Bi-llitgual clerks
with correspondence knowledge.
Apply. Servicios y Colocacionas,
Camara da Comercio, Apt. 9.
WANTED; Young seamstress,
experienced in curtains. Must
speak English. "Decoreciones
Roberto," Phon 3-4904. Via
Espaiia or Via Porras.
WANTED: Tw competent ex-
perienced beauticians. Mt
speak English. Call Curundu
Beauty Shop, 2111. 4 I
NOW PLAYING! '
A GIGANTIC. DOUBLE FEATURE!
Tomorrow Sunday The Shows Will
f Start at 10:00 a.m.
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johnny Johnston qml Mm i$ Ivt7 Ml
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last AxaunHM Ave. sad n U
V M StiMt No. n
PHILLIPS Occansid Cottages,
A Sanfa Clara. Box 335 Diablo Hts.
phon Panama 3-1877., Cristobal
Reserve NOW. Inexpensive sat sat-'
' sat-' iifying vacations Santa . Clara
j- B e a c h. : Shrapnel's furnished
. houses. Phon Thompson, Bal Balboa
boa Balboa 1772.
Spend your week, ends at Rio
.Mar, the best bathing beach in
the Republic, with-all conveni conveniences.
ences. conveniences. Moderate prices. The
-new management it anxious to
serv you. : ',i
FOSTER'S, COTTAGES and larg
beach hous. On mil past Ca Casino.
sino. Casino. Phon Balboa 1866."
American Family interested in
threefour bedroom house. La
Cresta or El Cangrcjo sections,
unfurnished or partially furnish furnished.
ed. furnished. Phone Baquie 3-721 1 during
office hours or-2-0629 after of
f ice hours,
Epiphany To Be
AI M. Peter's
Services at St. Peter's church in
La Boca tomorrow, beginning with
Morning grayer and Church
School at 9, will be in observance
of the feast of the Epiphany.
At the choral Communion sched
uled for 10:30 members of t h e
Woman's Auxiliary will make
their monthly corporate commun
ion. This group will also hold a
special meeting in the parish hall
on Monday night:
For evensong ?t 7:30 p.m. there
will be a candlelight service,
known as the' Feast of Lights. Aft
er the Offertory, the choristers,
acolytes' and clergy., will, partici participate
pate participate In a procession! around' the
church, bearing lighted candles.
" The ReV,. John Spear, will be of officiant
ficiant officiant and preacher at both the
choral communion and service of
' . I
rwau Lefcvre Street
, Via Pones u,
( NOVEDADES ATHIS
Vi Espana Ave. V
course in Ballroom Dancing for
Junior High School students
starting Jan. 9th. DORESE
WAITES SCHOOL OF DANC DANC-.
. DANC-. G,; 5,,lum' Club, Balboa,
Phon 2-2363 after 6:30 p.m.
Wanted to Buy
WANTED :--Compressor 60-cy-elq
for' us with ten-gallon paint
ank;,c" 2-3004 Panama days,.
3-2627 nights. Leggiere.
. -rr :
tai up to $500 for jf
Ford er Chevy. Balboa 2-3630.
WANTED! Experienced cook-'
maid, preferably English-Spanish
speaking. Phon Panama 3-
Auslria Mdiirnj :
Deafh Of Presidenl
Vienna, Jatt 5 (UP) Black
Hags flew from official hiiilrilno-s
and private homes throughout
Austria( today in mourning for
n'n rrssiaenc Tneodor
Koernec 1 ''-'..:
Koerner died unexpectedly
jcatciuay Biierroon in his vineyard-surrounded,
He wfts 83
Doctors said' the presiderit died
of a stroke, the second Koerner
naa suiiered since last summer,
Koerner, v,o was. this coun country's
try's country's second President after
Austria emerged as a nation a a-pain
pain a-pain after Wor'd war Two was
tne first directly elected .hand
or state since Austria faecame a
KepuDuc alter tne prst. Word
War: ,-" (
White goateefl, straight-backed
Koerner, who spent a quar quarter
ter quarter century in the Imperial Ar Army,
my, Army, was elected president In
May 1951 as the Socialist Par Party's
ty's Party's candidate, "defeatinp; h 1 s
conservative peoples party op op-ponent
ponent op-ponent Helnrich Gtleissne.v
Koerner succeeded President
Karld Renrier, also a Socialist
who died on New Year's Eve
4 a a
f aWnnF f WIUIIU f IIIMIb VI
at the CENTRAL, TODAY at 4:0Q p.m. j f
, with" the Champion Dan-Dan.
Wonderful prizes: A bicyclea pair of skate
baseball mitt and Duncan yo-yos. 4 ;
' a j&. ta s n s
1 9 1
FLASH! Grand! finale of
. : at the LVX,SUNDA
ri n c rrnniv iri!iTi!-l!it vi
stt BBS ar Lm mm mm mm srt t w w w r : aas
" with the Champion Dan-Dan.
Wonderful prizes: A bicycle, a pair of skates,
baseball mitt and Dincan yo-yos. ;
o h b a d n h n
SATURDAY, JANUARY 5, 1957,
19 WflDtlfi -
fOR RENT-halet, residential
sector. 4 bedroom, haf wr.
fenced. 7th Street Golf Heights. 4
rnsne A-xru or S-dOfi. : i
One of 4 Sluderils
In US Colleges
Under Korean Bill :
'', One out of every four male stud.
ents In U.S. colleges and universi universities
ties universities is. a -veteran enrolled under th
Korean Bill, the Veterans- Admin.
istration said recently.
Ex-servicemen also will continut
to be prominent on college cam campuses
puses campuses for the next five or six yearg
according to the VA. - .1
Complete Korean Bill falj' enroll enroll-men
men enroll-men figures released Jan. 2 by
the VA, disclosed a record-brajc-ing
473,000 vets attending' institu institutions
tions institutions of higher learning. ?j. 1
The 1956 .figure 'tops' Idst falfs
Korean Bill college, enrollment of
416,000 by 12 per cent and is :8
per cent' higher than the previous
record of 43600 jeached last
spring, ,,:,; J
For the fall semester, men stud students
ents students probably never again will be
as numerous as" they were shortly
after WWW1 II when three out of
four male students m school' were
ex-servicemen and vet college enrollments-exceeded-
a million, for
three successive years. The cur current
rent current number of vet students is high
enough to exert a real impact on
school life. J v -M
,' In addition to those attending col colleges
leges colleges and universities; the VA said
there are 287,000 other Korea vets
enrolled in schools below Tollega
level and on-the-job and on-t h e e-farm
farm e-farm training making a total of
760,0000 the highest in the four four-year
year four-year historyrof the bill.
Under present legislation, t h
education-and training provisfo'ns
of the Korean Bill end in 1956.
Benefits. .WW rII vets atf put
fast Jul v-' .- f S '-'S'Xw ..
St. PeUr's Jvlutual tf
Benefit Society -
The regular business meeting of
the St. Peter's Church Mutual Ben Benefit
efit Benefit Society will be held -at "th
usual meeting place on. Tuesday at
8 p.m. The agenda, is headed by
the election of, officers for the new
term. : :
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6th at 4.00 P. M.
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?7r Tha final hurdle in uie
sueceasful re-election of Democrat
Dennis J. Roberts as governor of
Ehode Island was cleared late
last nigbt.; ; -,, -.
' A aropesed appeal te the U.S.
Supreme Court of the Rhode la
land supreme -aur r n-ciia
namirtf Gov. Roberts to a fourth
term was cancelled at the re re-ajuett
ajuett re-ajuett yesterday af defeated Re
publican Candida Christopher
del- Sesta. ; '. -f
Th chairman of the Middlelown
ihiin Town Committee. Ste
phen Barker, said "we -will abide
by the request ei vnristopner aei
Seslo and take bo further action in
carrying In matter to the federal
The committee' had "planned to
finaitr. an anneal h iihurntpa vot
er William W. Gosling to the U.S.
Supreme Court. Gosling withdrew
a th individual fat make the an
neal because of heart condition
rut Barker said another aoseniee
voter would be named in the an-
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trac Yon roust usually y decuka threw out civilian absentee
make an tUcktaf Jew r an, gbHun halloU caat under a
; than lead trump i nd gisi,Uve act. If the Totes
nver conti of too play w -h de, geslo would
cUrer. In todsy have defeated Roberta. The law
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opening ttv m p on or before election day" was
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cards a losing heart. !of clubs. If East fails to put up,
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and can return a heart, but he'discarda another loser.
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LEARNING THE ROPES Members of a group of 32 Girl Scouts of Troop 80, Balboa, watch clossly as Fort Clayton sol-;
rdlers SP-3 Kenneth Barger (back to camera) and SP-3 Carl Holecen (right) show them how to pltcn a pup tent. The girls
attended a Girl Scout outing at Fort Clayton recently In order to earn Pioneer Badges, (U.S. Army Photo) V
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Cornerstone 0! New
Stale Dept. Bldg.
WASHINGTON, Jan. 5 jUP) jUP)-presldent
presldent jUP)-presldent Eisenhower today e e-eulpped
eulpped e-eulpped himself with Geors;
Washington's silver trowel to
lay the cornerstone of the State
pepartment's huge new had-
Thp'resldent reserved a few
inlnutes'ln his busy schedule to
participate in the cornerstone
laying ceremonies at 11 a.m.
before calling on Congress to e e-nact
nact e-nact an Eisenhower doctrine for
the Middle East.
Mr? Eisenhower planned no
tormal. remarks since the cere ceremony
mony ceremony beulns only 90 minutes
, bef Z hi! address to Congress
1 secretary of State John Fos Foster
ter Foster Dulles, Chief Justice Earl
Warren and members of foreign
embassies planned to attend the
cSemonlesat the bufldlng irtte
located near th .Lincoln Me-
VrSdent wa. used W George
lay the cornerstone ot the US.
ThAmn Jefferson Me
Ol LUC X v
Construction of the hew state
scheduled to be completed In
Planned By France
Ready For Hearing
PARIS Jan. 5 (UP) France
w.sASrted re,dy today to an announce
nounce announce her long awaited new
deal" tol -Algeria. The government
was making a last ditch effort to
swing American support m tne
forthcoming tTnited Nations Alger Algerian
ian Algerian debate, and stave off a vote
The plan to bring peace to tne
re. nooed ny violence nu
u.iiin ini November 1. 1954
was said to include: A renewed
plea for a "cease-fire", this time
with ho strings attached; free e e-lections
lections e-lections three months after the
cease-fire, and the admission of
United Nations observers to super super-Viio
Viio super-Viio the balloting.
Details of the plan were worked
out by Premier Guy Mollet yester yesterday
day yesterday in a series of conferences with
top advisors including Algerian
President Minister Robert LaCoste
and Foreign Minister Christian
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irony cotcukjtinfl friends when
tr jestion of her age comes up?
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' TRYING THEM OUT Girl
Clayton soldiers pitch a pup
Troop 80, Balboa.
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I Congressional Drama: Mike Grins
In Relief As Lausche Votes 'No'
WASHINGTON (UP) This is
the drama of how the Republi Republicans
cans Republicans almost won control of the
Scene: Capitol Hill. The U. S.
Senate chamber. Opening session
of the 85th Congress. Noise Ala Alarums.
Principal characters: Frank J.
Lausche, sometimes unpredictable
new Democratic senator from
Ohio; Sen.-elect Jacob K. Javits
(R-NY); 48 other Democratic se senators
nators senators and 46 other GOP senators;
Vice President Richard M. Nixon.
Plot: Would Lausche vote with
the Democrats eivinc them control
of the Senate? Or would he vote
with the Republicans, splitting me
i Senate 48 to 48 and enabling the
GQp tQ wln controi with a tie-
hrp!1,jnl! v0(e by Nixon, tne ae
nt' nresidinS Officer,
The story begins with the 1956
Lausche, governor of Ohio, won
election to the Senate but wouldn't
commit himself on whether he
would vote with his party to or-
Guild To Hold
Tryouts For New
Ploy On Monday
Try outs for Arthur Miller's
"Death of a Salesman," scheduled
for February production by the
Theatre Guild, will be held at the
Guild Workshop in Ancon next
Monday and Tuesday at 8 p.m.
The play requires eight male and
five female characters, ranging
from young to mature. The Guild
iso urges m '"Ifor Bridges-Republicans were set
l?.TI!w .of their number, pro-
etc. to attend try-outs.
"Death of a Salesman" will be
directed by fornier Pasadena Play-
house director Fred J. B c ire s i,
whose '5vI?MlPnrlVn ff Drt
Hon was "Yes, My Darling Daugn-
Mrs. HST Felled
With Busted Ankle
IKDF.PrNDENCE. Mo.. Jan. Si
(UP) Mrs. Bess Truman, wife
o iormer rrcsiurm n.wy o.
man. was nospiuuzea loaay wiui
a broken left ankle received in a
till at home.
A doctor said it was a simple
fracture, and that Mrs. Truman
would be hospitalized "only a few
She was injured in a fall on a
s.alr on the second floor of her
home Wednesday, and it first was
tHoM that h was only a bad
strain. X-rays disclosed the fracture.
Scouts Christine Hoff and Francla WhiK having seen the Fort
tent, now try their hand at it. Both are members of Patrol l.
' (U.S. Army Photo)
ganize that body. His intentions
were critical because the Demo Democrats
crats Democrats held a precarious 49 47
If he voted with the Republi
cans the 48 48 tie would result
which Nixon could break in favor
of the GOP.
Later, however, Lausche said he
would't show up for Thursday's
opening of the Senate, but would
remain in Ohio to serve out the
remainder of his term as gover
This seemed to remove the im-
portance of his opening-day vote,
because a Republican senator
elect, JaviU. also said he would
skip the opening sess.on and re-
i. j.. v.u i l.:.
term a. that atate's attorney
Republicans spirited Javits down
from New York and kept hiiri
near the Capitol but out of sight
of newsmen. Javits did not want
to quit as attorney general just
yet because Democratic Gov.
Averell Harriman would name a
Democrat to succeed him. If he
1(7 O it aA tkdh I) Ann hCi a n.Anntrnll1
r u Med outside the. tmildini wre
avioiaivuiniivu av ssi ctia -
elect a Republican.
But there he was in Washington.
And there was Lausche sitting si silently
lently silently in the Senate.
Then came the showdown a
roll call vote on a Republican ef effort
fort effort to elect Sen. Styles Bridges
(R-NH) as Senate president pro
tern instead of Sen. Carl Hayden
If Lausche voted "aye 'a vote
bably sen. jonn j. Williams (Oei)
gllp off tne floor and fa, tQ B.
The rp, ,tralf ey w to hive
. j quickiy sned his ,tiU
Preaent hi. credentials and tike
member wbo missed the roileatl
could move to reconsider the vote.
This-time the outcome would be
a 4S-48 tie. Nixon would break the
tie and the Republicans would
capture the Senate.
critI voted No RepuoljcaM roted
yM Lauscce sat impassive oa the
Suddenly be turned to his seat
mate. Sea. A.S. Mike Monroney
(Okla), a fervent Democrat, ahd
whispered: "Who are WE norni norni-nating?"
nating?" norni-nating?" Monroney grinned in relief, and
The clerk: "Mr. Lausche.-
Unidentified senator: "Whew."
,-. .. S
y '.- :
Try To Break Up
Mendes France Rally
PARIS. Jan. S (UP) Some
400 sc reaming communist
youths tried to break ud a nol
itical rally of former Premier
Pierre Mendes France's last
night. They ripped up Chairs,
ana started a iree ior au witn
Mendes followers, stopping the
meeung ior nan an nour.
Police broke ud the demon
atrations by dousing the youths
witn water from lire hoses and
Thev arrested 10 of the von nc
communist.-Two of them were
injured in the melee.'
fflntoltlaril Z xl
along with some 3000 Mendes
and then tried to break un the
session with a howling demon demonstration
stration demonstration as soon'aa Mendes him himself
self himself appeared.
The meetina was part ol.the
electoral campaign to fill a vac vacant
ant vacant national assembly seat.
The fighting spread to the
stairways and halls surrounding
the auditorium and police post-
, ii j i a w
called in to restore order
eject the demonstrators.
AEC Plans To Let
WASHINGTON, Jan. 5 (UP)
Th AUmie Energy Commission
said today it plans to give West-1
inghcuse EeiecUW y-orp. permis permission
sion permission to build a nuclear test reac reactor
tor reactor in Westmoreland County, Pa.,
29 miles southeast of Pittsburgh.
The reactor U to be completed
between July-1 and Dec. 31. It
will generate beat equivalent to
20.000 kilowatts. It will be used to
develop fuel element for atomic
power pianis, mi nanuon aim aim-age
age aim-age to materials, and product
limited amounts of radioactive
Wetinghoue win make the re
actor available to otber firms on
Subject to "reasonable assur
ance" that the reactor win not
be a pubue hazard, the construc construction
tion construction nermit will be changed to a
lirenao to operate toe reactor
through Dee. 31. 1962. The AEC' gunman in Nicosia's nctonoua
will provide 167.1 pounds of mnrder mile" section.
Uran'um 235 to fuel the reactor Ron James, a former Palestine
for that oeriod. : fnoliccman.-was killed ia o ta-
Tbe construction permit will go
in effect Jan. 20 sinless the com-
mission receives a request by thatjeaned into fee street crowded with
date for a hearing.
"let t people
Passage Of CV7 Rights Legislation
nnanuvviiwi. Jan.. a i ur l
Senate civil rights advocates pre-
f l if i on i nn b v r nn naui nn ore e tin
approve civil rights legislation de
v7 4Uy wvuftiM.
spite the Senate's r e f u s a 1 to
change its filibuster rule.
The Senate last night defeated
55-38 a bi-partisan drive by north
ern Senators to make it easier to
limit Senate debate.. v
The defeat left a major road roadblock
block roadblock in the path of President Ei Eisenhower's
senhower's Eisenhower's civil rights program.
Southern Senators have repeated repeatedly
ly repeatedly used unlimited debate to kill
civil rights bills.
But desplt the defeat. Senate
GOP Leader, William F. Know Know-land,
land, Know-land, who voted ragaintt the rules
change drive, was in the van of
Senators predicting that the Pre
ident't civil rights program will
get ipoody approval from the
Senate Judiciary Committee and
Under those conditions, he said,
the President's program can be
Sen. Hubert H. Humphrey (D
Minn.), ions-time backer of civil
rights bills said: "I predict that
we will have civil rights legislation
in the 85th Congress
Sen. Everett Dirksen (R-Ill.) dis
closed yesterday. that he is aires
dy seeking co-sponsors on a group
of bills apparently designed to car
ry out Mr. Elsenhower's program
Knowland said he expects the mea
sures to be offered .Monday.
On knowledgeable strategist
for southern Democrats who de
clined the use of his name, con con-coded
coded con-coded that it will bo hard to stop
proposals like those sent to Con Congress
gress Congress by the President and ap approved
proved approved by the House Utt year.
a hand ei northern Senators
who brought the filibuster issue to
a head on the second aay oi me
new session got an assist from
Vic President Richard Nixon, who
gave a non-Dinaing ruuns yiu,
supporting weir cause.
But history and an almost-solid
bloc of southern Democrats were
against them and the majority
accented the 167-year-old prece
dent that the Senate is a connu-
ing body whose rules carry over
from year to year.
Ruth nides aareed that the vote
Hi.nnH nf th rule fieht for this
....inn. but not of the civil riahs
issue. An attempt will be made
On Newsmen Issue
WASHINGTON, Jan. 5 (UP)
Sen. Hubert H. Humphrey
rr.Minni nid today that Amtri
on newsmen should have the
right to "seek out the truth where,
v.r thY find it."
' h. rhided the State Department
for barring -American reporters
from Red China, caning me ac
nn "incredibly snortsigniea.
The department last Friday
threatened disciplinary s action
against 3 newsmen who slipped
into Red China. Two of "them
represented Look Magazine and
the other was a Negro correspond correspondent
ent correspondent for the Baltimore Afro-
The department said it" had
called their cases to the attention
of the Treasury Department,
which could move to block bank banking
ing banking and other financial accounts
of the correspondents in this coun
The department also said pass
ports issued to the trio would be
made valid only for return to this
country. The department has re refused
fused refused to let U. S. newsmen go to
China as long as the Communists
are holding 10 Americans prison prisoner.
er. prisoner. Humphrey said that "qualified.
recognized American newsmen
should be encouraged rather tfeaa
discouraged from going U any
part of the world to bring us un unbiased
biased unbiased information." j
"I fail to see any justificatioa
for a poHcv that permits Anieri.:" Leather Workers Union was
cai newsmen to be siationH ie 11 toP Communists convict-
Moscow, but refuses to, ailowi1 e"Pinng te teach and ad ad-them
them ad-them to go into Red China," he th "olent verthrow of tke
.k.u j j U.S. government. i
Radio Peipinf for inform a tioa om'V.P'enced to Bve years
Nicosia Extremist Extremist-Slays
Slays Extremist-Slays Private Eye
NICOSIA, Cyprus, Jan. 3 (UP)
A British private detective was
shot dead todav br an rtrmit
a re-way leading to bis apartment
cn Ledra Street. The alaver
stoppers. ... .
INDEPENDENT T HE DAILY NEWSPAPER ;
know the truth and the
PANAMA, R. P., SATURDAY, JANUARY 5, 1937
By Solons Despite
. lai.er r,o Tint. arms. Mr: Kme.nnnw
er'& program. Somt evil nlvs
i ik.u.x u -. a. il... : l. 4.
mqcij Uiuujti nicy iiuv v
that test. But they conceded it
woujn nave oeen easier unuer a
new rule. v
Write New Rules
The northerners, in the first
major clash of the 1957 assembly
sought to force the Senate to
write new rules, thus opening the
way for modification of famed
"Rule 22" governing- Senate de debate.
bate. debate. They contended that the rule,
Vi'hich requires 64 votes to shut
off speechmaking, permitted the
southerners to block action on
civil rights legislation by raising
the threat of a filibuster.
Nixon, in an ODinion from th
chair, said he believed a section
of the present filibuster rule was
"unconstitutional" and that. ma.
jonty of a newly constitued sen sen-ae
ae sen-ae should have the power, to
adopt "new rules.
But under the parliamentary sit situation
uation situation prevailinc'at th time th
Vice President's opinion was onlv
aavisory. given in resnon tn
Press For Passage
Mr. Eisenhower and hi PpnuK.
lican congressional learien
last Monday to pres for passage
i ms i-poini civil rights program,
whatever the outcome of the fili.
ousser ngnt. The defeat of the
rule, move, however" ,in
dimmed iU chance, for p.Jsiger
Old Hat; Julius Caesar Knew How
WASHINGTON rTTPTh. tii.
buster, whjch is causing a stir in
the Senate of the new Congress,
is as old as the' Roman Emnir
According to files in the Senate
library, one. of the first recorded
filibusters was delivered by Julius
var. ne siooa sione in the
noman benate to toneue-rash
bill to condemn and execute the
That brash act i almost meant
the end of Caesar. Roman guards
covered their ears until patience
ln" ana men rushed the
speaxer, waving their swords in
a m e a n, determined manner,
rriends got Caesar out the back
ooor before fatal damage was
h Later, daesar became the vie.
urn of the same stratagem, prac practiced
ticed practiced by Cato the Younger, cle-
. L-,.'er wnied to rush a
rmub,Ui sU m b righteous
wrath and began to mutter about
the high cost of swords, the fre-
m inunaer storms snd oth
er unrelated things.
Defiance of Caesar
. r." th sergeant al
S0 Clt0- W"" this w,-
deH Wm '.t","tos; legiaUon to
death ioread in
ifisKT0? ,n 1604 to curb
: ''' py provwmg for "sub-
O-Men Nab Pofaih
In Reslauranl for
Illegal US Reentry
NEW York: t.
ing po.;" .;
f"ci' evicted of Tiolat Tiolat-lng
lng Tiolat-lng the Smith Act ia iM, was ar.
rested by the FBI .,t Bight for il-
"entering th United
tvA wh u'd dsPWled
r?2& Mrch 1W5 P P-prebended
prebended P-prebended m a restaurant in sub suburban
urban suburban BronxvUle, N Y He will be
arraigned today before a VS. com
The Russian-born former Vice
president of tho-fnnitiAfi sw
ta prison and fined $10.M and be-
1 Ola SB. was eonditianal rrl.x.
if4 i!TJd,,,,!l Tht feference by Ward's at at-'Tw
'Tw at-'Tw ,!5, J?"!,."?? fey, wss to the celebrated An-
meabership im the Communist oar
ty. . ;
Potash aecepted eolunlary depor depor-UUoa
UUoa depor-UUoa to Poland under an order
issued ny the ImmigTatina Serv-
fc and the government dismissed
tne second count of the indictment Si 4 ..T """enu
The FBI refused to say how ori" proitu aga.nit her pre pre-ikM
ikM pre-ikM PMuk r.i. h. M.,lence.
(try. His arrest apparentry iii,,nl maintained throughout his
maHe ouieUv ia the restaurant and HX Jrr legal battle against the
without the knowledge of Brons.-i,u
country w Abraham Lineal?
. I n nrnsrm nrnvirlp. fnr ptp
ation of a presidential commission
. : : l i t j a i
(hi civu rigm5, icutiiai proieruon
of the voting rights of minorities,
creation of a civil rights division
in he justice department and au authority
thority authority for the attorney, general to
take legal action to proect civil
The southerners, supported bv
sonic northerners, argued during
showdown, vote that the question
of adopting new rules involved
much more than civil rights.
Sen. Richard B. Russell (D-CaV
leading the fight for the old rule,
accused the press of "sloppy and
indeed biased reporting." He said
newsmen represented the battle
as mainly a contest between the
opposing forces on Jthc civil rights
Russell said the real issue was
freedom of debate in the Senata
and" the constitutional question of
whether the Senate is a eoninuing
Obviously honins to draw a fav.
orable statement from Non
Sen.- Hubert H. Humnlircv
(D-Mlnn.), a leader in the drive
for a new anti-filibuster rule
asked the Vice President about
JVixon replied that the Senate
was operaing under a unanimous
agreement which, in effect.
t. : m . ...
'r ":? "-
Ito Vdotp" new WSiTi
mission of the previous question." passing aT anUbustel t9
"fself is derived rJtii
filibusteros," a term applied to the rules com mitUe?Ru1seKS
West Indian n rate, fminnritu.v "th- ...j CE' "UMeli said
who sailed in smaU v
The term later came to be ap-
i"1 w..u mmiary aaventurevi
and then to lerisl.tiv. mitu.
who rert t .h" lCrZ"Z?
if S". rJZ.Z .
r .uuusiui) m mis country
started in the Continental Con Congress,
gress, Congress, and the history of legisla legislative
tive legislative performances xinr itrq i.
R llllul.UnHi. i. i
recitation of the use of the fili-!
buster hv minnritia. lf ...!...!
the tyranny of the ma Wit v
There even was a prolonged ses session
sion session of loud and angry shouting
which prompted Fisher Ames to
write Timothy Dwieht f, "ihi.
despicable grogshop contest "over
whether the taverns of New Yo.t
or Philadelphia shall get the cus-
wmi or congress."
The United Staies Conpre h..
indeed, come up with some dan dandies
dies dandies along the line. In 1846, a fili filibuster
buster filibuster lasted two months with
talkers working chain fashion to
score a oint. Sen. Wayne Morse
of Oregon on April 24-25 went on
for 22 hours and 26 minutes and
aid hi, water' drinking between
sentences. Some of them were
pretty long 'sentences.
pat one wss sn all-time rec record
ord record for a solo performance. Re Re-porters
porters Re-porters who had to stay up all
night to clock him hone th v..
prd lasts forever at least during
w.a w vi sung nieume;
On Hegro's Allempl
To Enler University
Atlanta'. Jan. s riTPr.r'.i
Judge Frank A. Hooper indicated
today he will rule within two weeks
on Negro Horace Ward s long.
drawnout attempts- to: enter .the
Univeraltyiof Georgia tew school..
Hooper took the Ward case und
er dvisement; Tnrrsdav af i
hearing final argumenU from the
state and from the" Negro's
attorneys, war asked the court
ior a "Lucy
against the niversitv forbidding
ial of his application because
"enne Lucy m wbick Ne,
gre wowian was admitted to the
University of .Alabama last year
under federal coirt order and lat
er expelled for making unfounded
charges, against school official.
V "u r,'e elone kept him
-I m rvni Bk t lit IU
I out f iht uniFcrsit law ftcbool
This motion was ; introriticed
Thursday by Sen. Clinton P. An Anderson
derson Anderson (D-NM),! But t the show-'
doR-n came on a subsequent -mo.
tion by, Democratic leader Lyn Lyndon
don Lyndon B. Johnson (D-Texj to table
or kill the Anderson proposal:
Nixon noted that no presiding
officer of the Senate ever had
men., oireciiy on whether the
Senate is "a continuing body with
Continuing Body -i
He said that by providing for
the election of only one-third of -the
Senate at one time, the found founding
ing founding fathers meant it to be "a con con-lnuing
lnuing con-lnuing parliaments
T, J vvu; m b
least some purposes." -,' t
But he also said ('there can be,
no question but that the majority
. V.u,ew ex,sl'ng membership
of the Senate, .under th Constitu Constitution,
tion, Constitution, have the nnwer t A;
the rules under which the Senate
Nixon then cited a Section" of
the anti-filibuster rrni
f tes that no curb can be applied
ucUte un proposals for ru es
provision is unconstitutional
, oca use it nas tne ?' practical ef."
denin fte majority of ;
US.?' in flew co8ress the
,4dP' the -rules under
which it desires U proceed." i
Russell charced Othat. m-.
Ifih?. !boutJ' the- rules changer
fight "'se'emed to be almost a con v
wracy to create the impreKsiOn"
truth,ng was lnvolve except
HShbutf1.!uestion t'd civil
rights legislation. -.-Tv- :
i Geor'a jDemocra t ij also -1
lashed out at Walter- Reuther 5
Vcc President of the AfE CIO,
hvWf.,?.0 leader of try!
'isheit Zt V;i
Sen. Wa vne Mnrc m ri."":l
argued it was "th
ii V' lM very contra
. wa ,jC i iri' 1
tZZZ?' .,ue5. operate
1l ru'e wnich gives to a w
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