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Title: The Panama American
Portion of title: Weekend American
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Donor: Scott Family Library Fund ( donor )
Publisher: Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication: Panama City, Panama
Publication Date: 1925-
Frequency: daily (except saturday and sunday)[may 12, 1973-]
daily[ former oct. 7, 1925-dec. 4, 1966]
daily (except saturday)[ former dec. 10, 1966-may 5, 1973]
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Oct. 7, 1925-
General Note: On Saturday published as: Weekend American, Dec. 10, 1966-May 5, 1973.
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[The Panama CadLkw)
DEC 6 1955
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Panama American
"Let the people know the ruth and the country is */" Abraham Lincoln.
CANADIAN
WHISKY
31st TEAR
PANAMA, R. P.. SATURDAY, DECEMBER 3, 1955
PTYB CENTS
East German Reds
Threaten Lifelines
To West Berlin
BERLIN, Dm. 3 (UP) East German Communists in
ft direct threat to West Berlin'* lifelines to the Watt hava
refused to renew yearly shipping permit* for bargas bring-
ing aupplias to this isolated Western outpost, a West Gar-
man government spokesman in Bonn announced today.
The Commuist refusal could hart all waterway* traffic
to West Bbrlin Jan. 1.
It was a direct outgrowth of the Soviet grant of
sovereignty to East Germany and the transfer of control
over German traffic to Berlin from the Soviet authorities
in Germany to the Communist-run "German Democratic
Republic."
In an open bid for recognition
by the West, the Communists In-
formed West German author-
ities In Bonn that the East and
West German traffic ministries
must negotiate on the future of
canal traffic through the Soviet
rone here to West Berlin.
,. The East German Cem-
mnnists claimed a treaty they
lined with the Soviets gave
them "unconditional" control
of vital sapply lines to free
West Berlin, raising a new
threat to the economic Ufe of
the Western sector.
The official Communist Party
newspaper Neues DeutschlanU
said the state treaty signed in
Moscow Sept. 20 also Rave East
Germany "full sovereignty" to
Berlin and did away with the
rights of the occupying powers
The Neues Deutachland edit- Arbr00lc plane8 enR&ged In the
orlal was East Germany s reptf airlgt to: flooded areas In the
CZ Probe: Dilweg Optimistic
Seybold Wont Say
Junketing Congressmen In
Zone (Canal) Of Silence
The Soviets reaffirmed they
woeld continue to control this
traffic in answer to a Western
allied protest against giving
East Germany control of Ger-
man traffic to Rerlin.
West Berliners feared the
Id. Noto: IDWIN A. LAHIY,
of the Washington huroau of the
" Miami Herald, wrote this story-
It asses rod In today's issue of
the HeraW, under the heading
'Canal Zone Chief Clams Up on
Junketing Congressmen'.
WASHINGTON.-Brig. Gen. John
S. Seybold, governor of the Pana-
ma Canal Zone, has clammed up
tight about his contribution to the
pleasure adu comfort of free-load-
ing congressmen snd their wives.
Gen. Seybold, in his official ca
pacify, is the most fabulous of all
the hosts who entertain congres*
Communists might use their;men snd their rives at the ex-
pense of the taxpayers.
The Panama Line, which is un
der Gen. Seybold'i direction; of
fen 15-day C a r i b b e a_n cruise
from New York every Thursday.
Congressmen get this trip free if
they present a letter from their
committee chairman request i n g
claim as an excuse to put further
economic pressure on their sec-
tor such as the 1948 blockade
and last summer's heavy tax on
trucks supplying West Berlin.
Albrook Foodlifl
Running Smoothly
To Flooded Areas
his
lovlet
to U.8. Ambassador James
Conant's pledge
will sttefc'inB*
Communiat pressure
many Is reunified.
Conant, dramatising
pledge, drove Into' the S
ione of the elty yesterday with
the American flag flying n
the fender of his ear. There
was no trouble.
Neues Duetschland said a sup-
plementary agreement signed to helicopter!from the Canal-
Moscow along with the state will also be used to assist
treaty gave East Germany con-
trol of "the outer traffic ring
around, greater Berlin and in
Berlin as,well ag over communi-
cations routes lying to the Ger-
man democratic (Communist)
republic between the federal re-
public tvfrest Germany) and
West Berrn."
Neues Duetechlapd made no
mention of a proVWon of the
Sept. 30 treaty providing that the
Soviets would la^!0"01 with a disaster survey team,
of Allied traffic to and from Ber-, He rt orU that uim JnhabU
alena River Valley Colom-
re back at noon today, le-
ts* another trip.
The operation, which is being
handled by the Army Ca-
ribbean, aided by the Air Force
and the Panama Canal Co.. is
running so smoothly that the
job may be finished tomorrow,
one day ahead of schedule.
There is a possibility that two
Zone
the
three c-47 transports already
engaged in the airlift.
These transports are carrying
their second load of 1 tons of
rice. Their next loads will con-
sist of 12 tons of beans snd five
tons of cooking fats. Medical
supplies have already been flown
to the floods.
Crojs director of operations in
the Caribbean, la to Colombia
Un.
4r
Budget-Rates
Div. Formed
By Canal Co.
tants f the Magdalena River
Valley have been affected by the
; floods and that half of these are
homeless.
The American Red Cross ts
paying for supplies flown down
to Colombia. The Panama Canal
Co. Is providing the beans and
the VS. Army Caribbean is sup-
olying the cooking fats.
Fame Dissolves
assembly: Seis
Elections For Jan. ?
Balboa, Cristobal
POs To Slay Open
During Noon Hours
In order to alleviate the
nual Christmas rush at the
nal ZOne post offices, arrange-
ments have beeA made to have
two major postoffices open dur-
ing the noon hours until Christ-
mas, It was announced Friday by
the Postal Division.
Effective Immediately, the
stamp, money order and parcel
delivery windows at Cristobal
postoffice will remain open dur-
ing the noon hour untU Christ-
mas.
At the Balboa postoffice, also
effective Immediately, the stamp
and parcel delivery windows wlD
also, be open during the noon
hour.
There wUl be no' change of ^y^ m cspitol Hill at that time
hours at the postofflee In the Vw~ lt., ^....^....oe euip.oyes
, Civil Affairs Building where nil | wj,o were "cognisant" of anything
ZO?. a*"J?Z "i ^222 ii P*1 services are offered from connected with the transportation
9 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Mondays
through Saturdays.
such transportation. They may
take their wives along for the no-
minal sum of $110 for the 15-day
round trip.
This free-loading traffic reaches
its peak in November and Decem-
ber, when congressmen feel their
strongest urge to inspect the de
fenses of the Canal Zone.
But the government official!
who operate the Panama Line
luxury hlpi aro sitting tight en
the names of congressmen en-
joying in the free hospitality. -
A formal request for this infor-
mation was sent to Gen. Seybold
in Balboa Heights, C. Z., after the
operating head of the Panama
line in New York, Robert Halsey,
said that he would not reveal the
names of his free-loading passen
gers unless directed to do so by
his boss, God. Seybold.
The request was apparently too
hot for the general to handle him-
self.
An administrative assitant. F
G. Dunsmoor, replied as follows:
We fool that it it inappropriate
for ut to furnish information of
I this nature when It pertains to
another government agenc y or
to Congress.
"It is not our policy, therefore,
to furnish ach information and
It if suggested that further inquir
Te Defense.Department took
refuge in similar language some
weeks ago when a formal request
was made for the names of wives
of Senators or Congressmen who
were furnished free transportation
to Europe and return this p s s t
summer by the Military Air Tran-
sport Service or the Military Sea
Transport Service.
Assistant Secretary of Defense
Robert T. Ross, who must clear
all free-loading transport e 11 e n,
rejected this request, with the
suggestion that reporters ask the
"cognisant committee" of C o ti-
gress for the Information.
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A Budget and Rates Division,
which will be responsible for the
preparation, a d m 1 nlstratlon, |
and cooperation of the operat-
ing budget and, the rate-making PARIS, Dec. 3 (UP) .Premier
policy of the Panama Canal Co., Edgar Faure and his "lame
and government, has been es-'rjuck" cabinet today set Jan. 3
tabllshed in the office of the M the day France will elect a
Comptroller, effective Dec. 4. new National Assembly and the
The change combines the op-' 12 political parties in the outgo-
era tlons of the Budget Branch .\nK chamber immediately began
and the Rates Branch which 1 preparations for the contest,
formerly functioned, separate^'! The elections shaped ut) as a
and reported directly to the struggle for political power he-
Comptroller. I tween Faure and former Premier
Warren Pitman, formerly chief Fierre Mendes-France, once the
of the Rates Branch, has been
namd as chief of the new divi-
sion. LeRoy B. Magnuson wl!l
bo chief of the Budget Branch
and Russel 3. Jones will be
chief of tht Rates and Analysis
Branch.
In addition to the preparation
of Vie operating budget and re-
lated budget procedures: the
development of rate-making pol-
beat of frionas. It threatened
to split wide open the venerable
Radical Socialist Party from
which Mendes-Pmnce had Faure
expelled.
Faure, who dissolved the as-
sembly yesterday to forestall any
attempt to unseat him, met with
his cabinet until the early hours
of this morning to decide on the
election date.
Over 30 Helpers'
Still Needed By PC
For Locks Overhaul
Over 80 non-UB. citizen weld-
er-helpers, fireman-helpers, and
riveter-helpers are still needed
for the overhaul of Oatun Locks
which begins soon after the first
of January, according to the Per-
sonnel Bureau of the Panama
Canal Co.
They should be experienced
and should have Panama Canal
eligibility cards.
In all, positions are still open
for 12 welder-helpers, 8 firemen-
helpers, snd 12 riveter-helpers
who ore classed as riveter-help-
ers, heaters and passers.
Qualified applicants should re-
oort to C. H. Brown at the Cris-
tobal Labor Office, or to Charles
H. Crawford, at the Central La-
bor Office to Building 09 on
Roosevelt Avenue, Balboa.
of Congressional wives at the ex-
pense of the taxpayers.
There is no question but that this
free-loading traffic is heavy, but
the facts about the matter will not
be revealed until some improbable
time in the future when junketing
congressmen themselves bare all.
Low-duty Liquor
On Sale Today.
But CZ Snag Seen
The "Official Oasette" carry-
ing a transcript of President
Arias' executive order on ales
of tax-free liquor for consump-
tion to the Canal Zone is circu-
lating in the capital city since
this morning.
This makes the order effective
in Panama.
A prominent Central Avenue
liquor dealer says that as soon
as he sets eyes on a copy be
will sell liquor at the tax-dis-
count price to any licensed
Canal Zone club which orders
it. Another dealer says the
"C.axette" snakes 't official;
and he's ready right now.
On the Canal Zone, however,
two clubs said thev could not
sell at the discount. Not yet.
One reported that. an. ab-
straction of some kind had a-
risen n the Canal Zone and
thst a meeting was in progresa
this morning to see what could
be dene.
Efforts to check this had pro-
duced nothing at press-time.
Meanwhile the wholesale li-
quor dealers of the Republic will
meet on Tuesday afternoon with
representatives of the Panamn
Bureau of Internal Revenue and
personnel of the Liquor Tax Sec-
tion of the Customs. u
At that time, the dealers win
ask for a simplification of the
costly and cumbersome red-
tape they now face in getting
Ike Summons
Congressional
Leaders
GETTYSBURG, Pa.. Dec. S
(UP)President Elsenhower
called his top congressional lead-
ers today to the first legislative
conference he has held with
them since his heart attack
8ept. 24.
At separate meeting with
House Republican leader Jo-
seph Martin, Jr. (Mass.) and
Senate OOP leader WUam F.
Knowland iCalif.), Mr. Eisen-
hower was expected to outline
in rough form the legislative
program he will lay before the
Democratic controlled Con-
gress in January.
White House press secretary
James C. Hagerty pictured the
talks as a ''preliminary discus-
sion" to presidential conferences
to Washington Dec. 12 with all
Republican congressional lead-
ers and oh Dec. 13 with key con-
gressional figures of both par-
ties.
Martin said in Washington he
did not know what Mr. Elsen-
hower palnned to discuss but as-
sumed the talks would concern
next year's legislative program.
He said the meeting was "noth-
ing special."
Asked whether the discussion
might touch on the President's
political future. Martin said. "I
wouldn't expect that, but you
never can telL" Martin said he
"y.A* j*. toja^rcspecti. that, part *t the t* whirl,
A meeting with Treasury Of-
ficials on Thursday failed to
clarify many details of the com-
plicated matter of stamps and
documetns faced by dealers.
This morning, one dealer
sounded prettv discouraged.
Delay has already coat them
considerable business, he said.
And as of now the hurdles to
the path of small sales looked
so complicated there might be
no profit left on a small sale of
tax-discount stuff.
No Fun Pocking
A Dream House
DENVER, Dec. 3 (UP) Ted
Sacks, a YMCA bachelor, was
disqualified as the winner of a
$27,000 movie contest "dream
house."
Contest officials discovered
Sacks had cast 1,290 of the 00,-
000 ballots from which his name
was drawn.
back from the government himself would not bring up the
largest Oil Tanker
launched In England
CIO Transport Workers Protest
But Majority Vote For Merger
NEW YORK, Dec. 3 (UP)The fer documents followed, with on-
CIO voted unanimously today to I ly the TWU and representatives
mend a 20-year breach with the
APL and Join it in a labor or-
ganization with 18 million mem-
bers." -
The CIO took the action short-
ly before the conclusion of Its
17th constltutionsl convention.
The AFL had approved the
merger Thursday.
Only Michael J. Quill, fiery
Irish head of the CIO Transport
Workers' Union, spoke against
consolidation. His impassioned
19-mlnute address brought only
of industrial unions from
Springfield, 111., and Wilkes-
Barre, Pa., voting against unltv.
Three blocks away, the AFL
wound up its two-day conven-
tion by adopting a number of
resolutions. Including one which
would oust the Air Line Pilots
Assn. from membership If its
dispute with the International
Association of Plight Engineers
is not settled by Dec- 12.
The AFL executive board had
accused the ALPA of "strike-
a smattering of applause from i b5eakin''ttet^%iV *J2S2.
the 883 delegates. 1 last month of flight engineers
BARROW. England Dec. 1
, (UP) The world's largest oil
Informed sources 1 tanker was launched here to-
ldes and reviewing and revising saM a loose InterproUtatm of the |!ui The ss aovros Nlarhos
of existing rates of the Com a- constitution and a 1881 electoral i^rh slid from Its berth and
ny-Oovernment is required: the law enabled the cabinet to ert!*b'Xd mtnttls IriahSea har-
ew divisionmW conduct perlr- the election, for Jan 2 Hatead 1Z^JffrfZFEZZ?
die financial studies of the op- of New Year's Day.
erating results of the various ac- Jan. 2 was declared a spodsl
tivit'os of the Company-Govern- paid holiday to permit voters to
ment. France and Algeria to cast their
ballots.
Billy Graham Day
To Be Celebrated
In Asheville, N.C.
bor Is Just 118 feet shorter than
the houses of Parliament.
When completed she wD! car-
ry enough crude o014 million
gallonsgasoline for a small
automobile rn a roind-trlo to
the sun. with half the cargo
bulk left over for petroleum by-
products.
Formal union of the nation's
two biggest labor organizations
will take place Monday under
the leadership of AFL president
George Meany.
Quill denounced the merger on
falling to provide safeguards
against the "three R's" which
he said represent the bogeys of
unionism, racism, raiding and
racketeering.
He said the, constitution drawn
up for the *Ws>CIO did not
solve the racial problem, that
there were no teeth In the laws
against raiding and that Meany
and his AFL cohorts would dom-
inate the new group.
He said he would not accept a
vice-presidency in the merged
organisation, even If It were of-
fered "on a silver platter." He
was not offered one.
Quill's speech drew only light
response from the delegates.
CI president Walter Reuther
employed by United Air Lines.
aibtect. '**
Khoiolam has indicated Ac
wants the President to an-
nounce his 19St plans by early
January. Knowland is expect-
ed to seek the Republican nom-
ination if Mr. Eisenhower is
not a candidate.
The Senate leader has said
that If Mr. Eisenhower Is not s
candidate, the OOP should be
allowed sufficient time to an-
pralse other candidates and be
given a chance to choose be-
tween them at state primaries
and conventions.
The deadline for the first
State presidential primaries falls
early to February-
Public Works Group
Will Visit Locks,
Inspect Highway
A six-man group of Congres-
sional members of the Public
Works Committee of the House
of Representatives arrived this
morning for a three-day visit on
the Isthmus.
The group is headed by Repre-
sentative Clifford Davis, com-
mittee chairman and Is accom-
panied by Harmon Wood, head
of the Inter-American Highway
Office of the Bureau of Public
Roads.
The Public Works Committee
was met at Tocumen Airport by
U. 8. Ambassador Julian T. Har-
rington and members of the
staff.
Their visit here will be high-
lighted by s conducted tour of
the locks and other points of In-
terest to the Zone tomororw. a
tour of Panama's Interior as far
as Penonome for an Inspection
of Inter-American Highway work
Will Urge Rent
Power, Commy
Price Ceilings
The first on-the-spot congressional subcomittee hear-
ings to be held in the Canal Zone in the last ten years
starts Monday at Balboa Heights, and aims to give Canal
Zone employes their opportunity of personally presenting
their problems to Congress.
Among the various groups to be called to testify dur-
ing the three-day hearings in the U.S. Citizens' Associa-
tion.
Today their legal representative. La Vern R. Dilweg,
who arrived on the Isthmus from Washington together
with the congressional group, expressed his optimism for
the outcome of the investigation.
He also affirmed that the USCA position will be that
"employes should be set apart from any tolls controversy
at to where the income should be derived, and there
should be ceilings set on prices charged employes for rent*
commissary goods, electricity and other commodities."
"I am optimistic and have
been right along because we are
right." ha-aaid at an informal
ress conference held at the
Ivoll Guest House.
"Any person who will give our
presentation the proper analy-
sis will see we're Justified in
what we're asking," he added.
Dilweg stated today thst the
USCA has been alloted about
two hours for their presentation
"more If we want it."
The employes' group has net
yet decided whether Dilweg
w'll represent them or wheth-
er other members will be call-
ed upon to testify before the
public hearings which are
open to everyone.
"One phase tit our presenta-
tion Is to convince members that
what we sre presenting Is a sen-
sible approach to employes"
problems down here," the Wash-
ington attorney said.
Towards that aim. Dilweg said
they would stress the bill now
pending before Congress which
was introduced by Rep. Edward
A. Garmets, (D.-Md.), chairman
of the Panama Canal sub-com-
mittee, aimed at "removing em-
ployes from the field of constant
concern."
The legislation, H.R. 8917
provides that "certain expens-
es of the Panama Canal Co.
and the Canal Zone Govern-
ment shall be paid from tolls
and fer ether purposes."
Dilweg explained that two
other bills proposed re Identi-
cal except that in 917 a section
covering fringe benefits of the
employes was added.
It states that:
"11 No employe cf the Pana- ft the transfer of Albrook Hk
ma Canal Co. and/or the Canal' Force Base to erase the danger
Zone government shall be re- j to schools located In the area
quired to contribute a greater
amount, directly or Indirectly.
for any fringe benefit than sn
employe to an equivalent posl-
on Monday and a tour of the tlon in any other department or
Atlantic side scheduled for Tues-
day.
The committee, which Is arriv-
ing here from Costa Rica will
leave Tuesday afternoon at 8:15
for Florida.
agency of the federal govern-
ment Is required to contribute
for the same or a similar fringe
benefit, and
Dilweg safd the Bureau of Mae
Budget was "very Isrterested-
In why this airfield has to be
used at all and has 1 sajoste*'
the Air Force to state the
mission which reejaires It te
be this particular location
One of the principal topic* 4a
be discussed at the hearings, the
ASimriLU. W.C., Dot. 3 (UP)
Th. *'eity has proclaimed Dec.
,23 a, mo r1'*m Day" In
md
AH cl*lc clubs In the city will Inert year The hull for the see-
insor ^ dUnjtr 'Ast present ond hie t-nker Is under en-
It took Vlekers Armstrong
shipbuilders a year and a b"If'and other top leaders who"rose
to put her 757-foot hull togeth- to dispute his arguments receiv-
er, led much more acclaim.
J Heather said he preferred not
Her owner, mfflionalre Greer to "dignify" Quill's remarks but
shloper Stavros S. Nlarhos, U felt he must point out that if
of the famous evangelist 'sircad making plans for Ithe TWU failed to Join the un-
Uves at nearby Montreal. Usun-Mr* her sister shin early ty movement It would "pay the
for remaining outside the
TRAGEDY IN ALASKAFiremen spray water en a burning eight-family apartment house at
Elelson Air Force Base. Alaska after the building was struck by a Thunderjet fighter plane
shortly after it had taken off. Then persons are Known dead and three axe unaccounted for.
"2) As used in this subsection proposed abandonment of the
the term 'fringe benefit' include Panama Railroad, will not be
touched upon to the USCA's tes-
timony. Dilweg said.
Seven Congressmen will at-
tend the hearings, starting
Monday at 9:30 a.m., which ara
geared for getting viewpoint*
from both the Canal adminis-
tration and employes on pend-
ing legislation dealing with
pressing local questions.
The solons who are attending
the hearings are: Chairman
Garmats, T. James Tumulty (D-
(Centlnwod on Page 18)
Fruitless Vigil
For Cl Turncoat
At Chinese Border
HONG KONG, Dec 3 (UP).~.
A fruitless vigil was maintained,
at the Chinese Communist bor-
der for American turncoat Meh-
ard Tenneson for the third.
straight day today.
Word from Peiping Wednesday
said Tenneson has applied for
and received permialson to
China. Tenneson was one <
23 American soldiers who ell
immunlsm aftat
all legally required employe re-
muneration ewer waoaoeats.
As an example, Dilweg
red to the fact that employee*
Pay 84 per cent towards re-
tirement and a proportional a-
mount Is paid by the govern-
ment.
Here in the canal Zone ha
pointed out that an equal a-
mount comes from the employe,
but the government's share
must be extracted from the op-
eration of government activities.
The company must find a toare*
for this money because it does
not come from an appropriation
as in the States.
The USCA attorney empha-
sized that the shippers are con-
cerned for this same reason, and
said that in a way their com-
Elaints were similar to those of
ie employes.
However. Dilweg stressed the
fact that employes are "part
and parcel of the work of pall-
ing beats through the Canal
an integral part of the organ-
ization," since under arrange-
ments with Panama there ta
no private Industry allowed I*
the Zone and the government
mast run everything.
"Our position Is that employes
should be set apart from any
controversy as to where the In-
come Is coming from. There
should be ceilings on price*
charged for rent, electricity,
commissary goods," he added.
Dilweg feels the only reason
the pending legislation has not
been acted upon was because of
the pending completion of the
U8-RP Treaty.
Another question which may
he touched upon at the hearings
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t the AFL-CO wedding except
to. lather of the brideo chap by
the name of John L. Lewi*
who sired CIO 30 years ago In the
hotel rooms of Atlantic City.
Although old John L. disdains
uto labor nuptials he smiles wryly
these days, for he knows that
many of the quarrels which split
the AFL In 1935 are still stirring
anger and division between AFL
and CIO leaders In New York's
hitel rooms today.
The split erupted in 1939 when a
bloc of Socialist and left-of-center
labor leaders backed Lewis'
charges that the AFL leaders were
too conservative, too dote to the
Republican Party and the status
quo and too close to capitalist
America. Then Lewis and some
nine others walked out to launch
the Committee for Industrial Or-
ganisationafter Lewis punched
tne late Carpenters Union chief,
Bill Hutcheson, in the nose.
There are no formal Socialists
in the CIO high command today
but many of them still think of
the AFL as their predecessors did
when they walked out with John
Lewis.
The CIO is merging with the
AFL as a left-of-center bloc, ready
to take on the some, men CIO has
always foughtand for the same
principles.
So it Is that the most significant
development behind the a e e n e s
here la the swift alignment of two
I sidesthe old Franklin Roosevelt
Now"toe"Ho"llyiroi'writer'drd not'teU'me how big the rooms New Deslers on one side and the
mi. but the tone of his volet Indicated that they must be morewntervatlve. older unions on
no00*- There's*no doubt that the fight
for eventual control of the AFL
cio has already started.
The battle can be heard in the
Let's Keep a Head on Those Shoulders
THE MAIL BOX
HARRY TRUMAN'S SHIRTS
Ctr:
, imui recently, u a devoted and dodioato^ Ifrpoeral I was
enjoying the Illusion that Adlal Stevenson might be elected Pres-
MfentTof the United States next Novembtr. Now that u all
*^gi? & S2o2eor ttthtr two tosues on which the
RtpuW^nT^cuW wtaln a walk, even If President Elsenhower
dot* not run for reelection
1) The revelation In t recent editorial In the 8tM ft Herald
that the Democratic Party Is split from stem ttein^TO quti-
tSon.lt asked -How deep is the Democratic split?" Probably too
from the briige to the keel, Just to continue the nautical urea
of speech.
The second Issue is Harry Truman's shirts. Only last week
I met a Hollywood writer who said with ominous emphasis: 'Har-
ry Truman has four rooms full of shirts.' pat ^auaplsMtutos)
the1 Dixon-Yates contract and the Harold Talbott deals look like
well-intentioned attempts at public charity.
One Washington
Merry-Go-Round
t PWW fAUyOtl __
WASHINGTON The m a 1 n men that too many smiles be-
achievement of the Geneva Sum tween the United States and
mit Conference last July was on* Russia would cut their appropria-
which cannot be destroyed over- tiona. They were already having a
night. It was also one which the hard time getting as much money
Madison Avenue publicity boy s out 0f their old friend Eisenhower,
missed-the beginning of a ys'they said, as they had out of the
tern by which Russians and Amer- Democrats. And the Spirit of Ge-
icans could talk to each other and nev, wouid giVe Secretary of the
get acquainted in a friendly way. Treasury Humphrey just the ar-
If you are to have peace be-'gUmcnt ne needed to slash the
tween two nations.he Inescapable miliurv budget further,
fact is that it must restore friend- simultaneously, the State De-
klPiJ!I5!? JSPfiLSf T at wrtment began a petty policy of
trJ^Si .?t.hefBd ?S two,or | limiting the people-to-people ex-
Uiree people at thei top..Those two ehange to drib)fets. When the
or three peopleat the top may die Hutchinson, Kans., News propos-
er be out of office tomorrow. But ^ exchange of wheat farmers.
the millions of people at the bot-
tom can't be changed overnight.
This small start toward people
to-people friendship is the chief
the State Department wrote
negative letter.
When Wroe Alderson, a Phila-
Certtlnlv a Congressional Committee or the OAO should in-
vestigate Truman's shirts and tee whether there is anything in
make out of 50.000 shirts. Frankly I do not anew now many ."";" *";. rF1 rin, zj.
ahirts an tnormous room wUl hold as ITe never had more that * * the new AFL-d
two or three at a U-ne myself. But regardless of the number of
shirts, can you not Imagine Nixon aajring in the new speech he'U
hav* foe the Preatdeitlnl eamoaum.

have for the Presidential ctmpalgn,
"Isn't It nice to have a President who doesn't have four rooms
.full of ahtrto?,,
There's no answer to that one.
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itictl policy. The CIO's experts
want t devastating blast at the
Republican Party. They want labor
to virtually link itself to the
D2S?C?C 3u ...i m.in ennuol hassle over continuance of
t^.AtSff'non'-par^nS <*>* *< "Uer
^.TSenbowS* ofw^rrll American technics experts and
f 2TS^,utn1n.tica5v '*ri' at " B Four Toni*D
?adbU S^son ^ItllnisteTS Confer.nce are coming
%S poSy8^^- to aO tht^ch to town with dire shakes"!
^rcomm&tap^,to PSSh that, insofar a, the
anHasS!^ S^ttoT'~ **d- "
nm
There
Saving Nickels On Foreign Aid
By PETER EDSON
WASHNGTON (NRA) The A plan is under consideration. Direct U.S. technical assistance
however, to cut economic aid ex
Kndltures by around $350 million,
is would be put in a special
reserve for emergencies.
tu individual underdeveloped coun-
tries is expected to increase to
nearly tito million. Aid Is now
going to ;s going
to be t hard winter. It is predicted
resource will be
nut**! iMit wttftr that every U.S.
battle deepielrfle St!Tove ^m "* ltern.tlon.l com-
foreign pejicy. The 00 men turn-
ed ta drafts of resoruUoas whicft From Gettysburg. however, Weas of economy. gressmet have come home almost
almost gave tne Art. people apop- iComes ^ w^j that the* U.S. budg- On the miliury side, nothing has unanimous in their belief that most
te*7- ___ _, et is to be balanced this yesr and as yet been charged off for equip-1 foreign countries are now largely
nave _._. _,ii.- uU n.n th n Wait (lpmn araiv 1------- ---
Whether this would be a saving ones may be added.
It is interesitng to ite thot this American AaaisUnce to free
$350 million figure is only a little world countries in setting up atom-
short of the $360 million saving In ic energy reniarrh reactors for
foreign economic aid recommead- peaceful met will cost, an unde-
ed by ex-President Herbert termined additional millions.
Hoover's Commission on reorgaa- Congrraitonal sentiment in the
ization. post tew years has been heavily
in favor of reducing overseas aid
Several factors may upset these u fut as possible. Junke ~
ZZTTZ """"'*." .""= " When Wroe Alderson, s Phila-
. gr.ne.vC.*n,.^.gr"teU, fr frm Delphi* Qker receny returned
e ueneva taixs. [{nm Rusgit proposed sn exchange
mni!! thu in. &^k.. If marketing experts, he got a
. !. n^i g "" P,nt' Ambas- turndown. U-S. ,uthories seemed
ssdor Bohlen in Moscow has re-
ported to the State Department
that the Kremlin has so effective-
ly sold the pesce theme to the
Russian people that it cannot
val^nd'ler^Ufreperul:
sions.
afraid the Russians would learn
something about marketing if they
visited the United States.
And when Roswell Garst, the
FRIENDLY CORN SILT
for the visit of 10 Soviet farmers
ir. connection with the sale of corn
to Russia, he got cold water
thrown in his face.
,,. Most of whst the Russisns might
,>ffi^?,h fr,n^fni.)2;di 1" about wheat, or marketing,
LUEEvfk "*!. ""^i-lf or seed corn is written in techni-
mir
agriculture, when visiting our corn
or seed corn
cal publications which they can
belt, broadcast to the Russian peo- ' ^"STcountaf Et?a Be-
fi-sar ss. mS A SurtE^
riendly. and peaceful country. ,-J K
For
.-,,ye;r.' J!i;tomm..Orf'toi ^"criUcliing the Soviet for
eminent has spent millions of ," r*L_ rs,-:- vt u/hn th
doUsrs jamminr the Voice of " Iron 2S2!a'.. imi ^
ZZ.S tnc(n ....i, MMrfi Russians storted to lu*_t that
'cur-
America just to stop such friendly---T--T ---/.-^k, nenartmenl
broadcasts. Yet the welcome of' "'"." ** J, Sfin ^u, T
cern-belt farmers was such that a[*,&* ^mTfti^nlted
member of the Cabinet told th| 'r," .Curtam ,roUDd e Unlte<1
Russian people the truthjust the ates,
opposite of whst they had been
AMERICAN IRON CURTAIN
All these -things took place be-
hearing from their own govern-
t3ngnthA,nine[eCr!o3r iSLffS ^^u.^'sT.Te'u^ted'GeneT.
danced with the peasants, drank
with them, made friendly speech-
es to them, they built up s confl-
S. government, represented by its
top man at the summit in Gene
va, had officially and publicly es-
dence which warmongers cannot PUCy eJtch,n*in*
destroy overnight. \**$> S. wo reason for the Rus.
Senator Kefauver spoke to , ^.^ to bV confu^snd to doubt
Baptist church service In Moscow "JSg"** M W
last summer when Senators Hen- head-in-the-sand diplo-
SfiU vTn^K?. .d|mts haven't realized is that while
Alabama Malone of Nevada, and ^ & Department was stopping
several doren other wlonsitoured | ^n or so Russians from com-
llldTKjS ffth^niS - to the United States, several
States wants war.
The biggest reaction Kefauver
Same el these CIO experts navw ^ wiUy nDu
ILbeen forJWfnixing Soviet Cbma jy^ y^^ calu for ^p.
and tor ftgag t^miam to the elfB akJ expenditures of $3 bU-
(For military assistance.
Party's attitude toward the So-|&15 y^^ For economic defense
Tieu. It's an "" orlIn*u,support, $1.75 billion.) Total ex-
posiuon that that Affv petditures for the year ending last
George Meany. who denounced the JuM x wtn ,round ajj bUUon.
Russian leaders ^(J*ryjno1me"t International Cooperation Admin
they started to dte. wrertle on ^j^^^ John B Houuter who
ting the new West German army.! self-supporting,
(f the French pull out or
JEf
Yugolavian grabs fi^f^**^ succeeded Harold Stassen on the i be a $35 million or.e-sbot expendi-
lenge each other to climb I** foreign aid job and now works
kicked out of Viet Nam. the US. [ The trend is towsrds helping
will have to pick up a bigger tab those in need by loans rather than
there. And strengthening of the outright grants,
southeast Asia military forces will But the new Russian challenge
cost money. South Korsn and Na-1 of economic warfare must be met
tionalist China aid will be in- head on.
creased. I
On the economic side, Ojere will
thousand Russians were going to
other countries, and vice versa.
from"his scrmonette to the ^ted^So'viefunlotostle."
Baptists, incidentally. w^when he,v.sitM^tne o..e ^ ^^ ^
told the congregation that the Unit-
ed Sates does not wsnt wsr.
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Qytnega
Tflovado
[Rolex
oLongines
\Buiova
(Hamilton
Universal
Tlivaaa
Jill the {ProuJ flames in
Watches at flew Xfork (Jewelers
ana from one Dollar a \X/ee*!
Here me the
eft* ;jritie the arorU
Yoti don't hmve lav be
m watchmaker, yom dm
Wee to peer
you're getti*
yew jmM gtmnce at ike
en the dim!
i'i
It is easy to own onr of tkete m ifu by
joittigag the New York Jewelers WmUk Ouh
swd pariBf from one Dollar a week!
-~^s> ~\---------------- IUI Cull wltM J"aa taiaii airtt w
betokrat trees just to prove sw^jj supervision of Secretory of
*!!* 7V ^ jn.i Stote John Foster Dulles ssys
The fir* ^JpO-T^i""".^ budget now being prepsred for
*5 rf,e*?^_bJr fto^fl CTUnext year is not for r*--n of this
And the second draft wfll bo re-j '
vised unless Victor Reutber puto ^
up t fight for it.
The importance of that fight over
in the
ture to set up the new Interna
tional Finance Corp. lending
agency
If Congress approves a big new
giveaway of U.S. form surpluses,
the cost could be heavy.
itresgn poney can be
fact that there tre over an for-
eign labor leaders representing
over TMSMH workers, bat to
observe the aaerger AFL-CIO for-
etn pesky it bound to have an ef-
Ittct ttaa powerful global bbx of
labor leaders who control any
a.
ar**
Then are sharp digerences be-
aeaders
most of the CH)
the AFL Teamsters and Con-
struction Trade Unions. And John
Lewis reany chuckle ever this
ene Rack IS the spilt came
the CH> gross's
for industrial uson orgsn-
ae unioaxatg by owe out-
fit of al workers at n single fac-
tory The AFL anted to eoaitlwae
to keep the workers organized in
along skilled craft Unes,
the Teamsters, for exam-
ple, say that In that- has signed
contracts which five baa Auto
r Union lie riajatto^al
drlrers* who haul out stuff.
The Teoaasten say that they
wont stand tor sack type of u-
BsaaatJoa becaase tt wffl prevent
the growth sf eaesr isa to its
gaol at!
8 the
on the
sag it a at ttws tote ato. Rattito !
Opposite Chase Manhattan Bank
PANAMA, R. P.
Wuriitm presents
tkeMWpiam
you've been
waiting for
EASY TERMS
AS LOW AS
520 00
MONTHLY
Harriman Lauds
Democrab Help
in Foreign Policy
NEW ORLENAS, Dec. 3 (UPV-
Gov. Averell Harriman of New
York, a possible Democratic pres-
idential candidate, said last night,
"grave public concern that our
position in world affairs has de-
teriorated," and not the coming
election, Is primarily responsible
for the recent outbreak of for-
eign poney criticism.
He called a meeting of the
New Orleans Foreign Policy
Asan, "a nonopolitical gathering."
but asid "what the President
Lacked during his first two years
was not bipartisanship an foreign
issues, but rudimentory agree-
ment and discipline within his
own party.'' _
Praising the Democratic Con-
great which took office in Janua-
ry, Harriman said it had "set s
high record In cooperating with
the administration in foreign af-
f irs.-
Harriman, who earlier refused
tn sav be is nan "active" candi-
date for the Democratic nomina-
tion, said President Elsenhower's
attitude at the Geneva summit
mooting "gsv the impressjoa of
personal trust" of the Russian's
tentions. "After that,t he qaah
Stations and warnings he mclod-
ed in his public reports were of
little svsll." Harritnsn said.
The New York chief executive
discussed situations SO over the
wortd. but with partieulare aapha-
aia on Asia and Germsny. ne
asid he believed tbere was one
fundamental reason why the
Rr.-ndla. with its bloody history,
its tyranny, its blatant imperial-
ism, is today bavhag success st
oar expense in appealing to an-
derprivfleged people.''
UstQsainpM
Dies Alter Brief
life In Incubator
ALMA, Ga Dec. S (UP) Death
etoisnod the tost of the Nattan
ajaaihsplali yootorday toss thsn
71 boars after the babies were
bora to the wan of a tenant faraa-
e\
vear before. In comparison, shout
30 Russians visited the U n i t e d
Sattcs, with about 50 Americans
visiting Russis on an exchange
Actually, this people-to-people b*ii-
America st exactly the ssme time
Eisenhower arrived in Genevs, and
what he did on the last day was
lsy down a blanket policy endors-
petty about exchanning people, be-
cause It is proceeding with visits
from Lstin Americsns, Japanese,
Scandinavians, Greeks, Arsbs,
Yugoslavs, whether the State De-
u what had already started and ?.^'\Vm U or not
calling for more exchange of peo-' pertment likes it or not.
However, a demand by Ameri-
cans and groups of Americans for
pie.
This has been urged on him by
goS?fellfrU,w?o hale iii'Sn g SS"*^*8T-
long-range problem much m o r e level anbnA throughi the De-
"oppl^^ce^powerfuiof th. ^^^JSt^STti
forceTbegan nibbling away at the>by the pfef'd?"Lh'7^,s*"Der.
Geneva Spirit even while Eisen- promote thls^ kmd of basic, I
hower was in Geneva.
We are inclined to blame the
Russians for the current Geneva
failures. Unquestionably Molo
tov was blunt and uncompromising
st the lsst Genevs session. How
manent friendship.
LONGER AUTO LIFE
DETROIT (UP) Scrsppsga
orerT'tbere was concrete evidence records show the life of utomo-
ovm tost Julv, while Ike was still hues has more than doubled sine
talking to Bulganin, that crtain 1925. In 1925, theaverage eai-wat
nround him did not want too "apped when it was 6^5 years
much success st Genevs. old and had gone 25.750 mites. By
The U.S. mUitsry, for distance, 1953 the average cirw 13J
were quite frank In expressing | y ears old when scrapped and had
their fear to me and other news- gone 121.000 muca.______
Animal Fair
ACROSS
1 Lupine n|ml
S Hibernating
Feline animal
13 Century plant
U Italian river
14 Chemical
suftx
15 Revolutionist
17 Spat
II Vocal
ULikea
oiruimara
21 Edible Ssh
Salt
14 Low follow
Sf
3 Forsaken;
desolate
4 Like a wild
5 Barrier
Sea hoUy
7 Handle
s Repetitions
9 Crowned
10 Soviet
pvwmttlnt
llCare for
H Man's name
20 Flower
holders
22BaatbaU
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MUnburies 41
n
34 Fancy
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at Plant part
qiMoaoureaof
Short stoop
44 Great Lake
Mala
Glandular
organ
Entry in a
ledger
Frottehseaa
Rope
ingredient
Leper colony
priest
Bod canopy
Danger
45 Come in
41 Diminish
47 Atop
41 Nevada city
50 Queen of
Carthago
51 Nights before
events
Animals' lairs
55 Mariner's
direction
RADIO CENTER
7110 BOLIVAR TEL. 0, COLO*
for Bacon County
said an Imperfection in
circulatory system of each of the
sjaadn contributed to then- deaths.
The three girts and a boy.
bat 35* ot 3 p oands
a bora to Mrs. E. W.
Tuesday aftsiaosa Two
and the tost early today.
who spent their
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SATURDAY, DECEMBER S, 1955
THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER
V
PAGE
18th Class To Graduate Thursday
From USAF School At Albrook AFB
The 18th class in the history of;plcment these facilities is made liar to this organization. Among
the U.S. Air Force School for La- available to the School through the problems is the language. It
tin American will graduate in .base installations. |hos never &een easy to secure in-
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formal colorful ceremonies at Al-
brook Air Force Base next Thurs-
day.
The group of 255 graduating of-
ficers and airmen from 14 Latin
American countries is in marked
contract to the first 36 students
who enrolled at the School when
its doors were officially opened
in January 1947.
Sinos that early beginning more
than 2,000 officers and airmen
from 18 of the Latin American
Republics have received diploma*;
from this unique U.S. Air Force
technical school operated exclu-
sively for the benefit of the La-
tin American air forces.
Traditionally, the largest course
within the School has been air-1
craft maintenance. This course I
covers power plant operation and
maintenance, hydraulic systems,
and general aircraft maintenance
proceudres. Other courses arel
given in jet maintenance, synthe-i
tic (Link) trainer operation, air-i
craft armament, weather observ-;
cr. radio cemmunications, radio
maintenance, control tower oper-;
ator, aircraft electrical systems,!
aircraft instruments, aircraft!
propellers, aircraft sheet metal,!
personal equipment, acromedical
technician, and basic English.
The basic English course is a:
requirement for all students.
Provisions are made for the
training of approximately 00 of-
ficers and airmen annually. These
spaces are distributed according
to each country's needs and past There isn't a good name in Eng-
quotas. The host government Air iisn tor the end position in today s
Force chief, working with the US- hand. Some experts call it by the
AF Mission chief and his staff, French name "en passant" bor-
select the best qualified airmen rowed from chess, since South
and officers in their respective makes his trump "in passing."
air forces to attend the School, whatever name is used, the play
Outstanding men are often return- jg very (ne
ed to the Latin American School < y/e8t opened the king of dia-
to study additional subjects allied monds, and declarer won in dum-
to their specialties. The caliber mv witn the ace. At first glance
of the students is such that rare- south was very happy with his
ly more than one or two fail to contract, although he had had mis-
pass the five-month course. givings during the bidding. The
. : .. complications appeared later.
The School is housed in three| M the second trick declarer led
large conventional tropical type a trump from the dummy and won
barracks. Some of the rooms are (With tne king in hi, own hand. He
equipped for theory classes which i t back to dummy with the ace
compose approximately one-third' o{ hearts to lead another spade,
of the students- curriculum.|and ^ time won wtn the queen
Training aids include Link train-|of spades in his own hand. Wests
ers, a complete Military Affihat-|diamond discarr] was a disappoint-
ed Radio Systems (MARS) sta- ment
tion, generator test equipmnet SaaVk next ld a ciui, and-fi-
magnrflux equipment, a m o d e 11nessed dummy's jack. East won
weather station, and a model, wJtn ^ queen 0f clubs and re-
control tower. Text books, tools, turned a diamond to make South
equipment, food, housing, a nd' fuff g^j, lerJ another club to
work, clothing are provided Dyknock out the ace, and East re-
the United States Air Force. turned another diamond to tyake
In addition, the school has "Soutn ruff again,
aircraft and two hangars on the, N w South WBI down to the
flight line. Three T-33 acraft Mank jack of spades, and East still
There are many problems pecu-'structors. To find airmen with a
sound technical background, an
ability to teach, and a proficien-
cy in Spanish requires careful
screening. Although Spanish is the
native tongue of the students,
technical terms vary from one
country to the next, with some)
resulting confusion. (The School i,t *n
Translations Section, staffed by, 5 perso ns seem aimoat to
competent civilian translators, is'take pride in the fact that they
doing much to standardize t h c ican l remember names and otn
terminology in translating modern
aviation terms.)
ers seem just as complacent a-
bout never writing letters. Both
are serious social faults
Then there is the problem of, if you ferret names of those
food; the standard Air Force ra-;you meet and don't write to old
tlons have to be seasoned and a- friends you are sure to miss
daptcd for Latin palates. The|,nakinf many new friends and
students' past military training,to lose track of old ones.
differs sufficiently from our own
Air Force methods, that the de-
velopment of a compromise sys-r'on*' groups,
tern for troop movements and dl- Upon graduation from the
rective commands has been re-School,'the students return to
quired. I their respective countries- where
Everything however,- is -notPromotions await many. It is a
hard work and training at t h eI matter .of pride for the. lnstruc
School. To make the student feel tors to know that through their
g i v efforts the same general
him a good sample of North
perfectly at home and to
i"v f efforts the same general and pre-
A- flight inspection procedures as
merican hospitality, facilities a.| those used-in the States are in
vailable to the U.S. personnel areiuse by most air forces tnrougn-
also made available to the stu-'out Latin America; that planes
dents. These include the use of .calling for-a landing over any
the svimming pool, the clubs tolmilitary airfield in this hemi-
which their grade entitles them,sphere Use imllar terminology
the Air Force, Navy, and Army and that any weatherbound mili-
exchanges and theaters through-, tary pdot in Latin American can
read "a weather-map accurately
through the adoption of standard
out the Canal Zone.
The school has an active Ath-
letic program. There are sports symbols.
competitions in basketball, soft- Through this standardization of
ball, volleyball, and soccer. Some, methodsand ywHIW
of the teams are composed of na- cers end airmen representing the
tlonal groups, others by classes,
and yet others are made up of
the best players of several na- reality.
air forces of the Americas are
making hemispheric solidarity a
are included as well as three F
84'S, one F-86, two F-47s, one T-
6 a B-26, and a C-47. Any neces-
sary equipment required to sup-
x UNFAIR EXCHANGE
COVINGTON. Ky. -(UP)- Po-
lice here hunted throughout north-
ern Kentucky for a trace of a
"dog trader." Douglas Brewer told
officers a motorist stopped at his
filling station for gas. After he
left, Brewer noticed his full-bred
beagle pup was missing. The trad-
er was not completely heartless .,
though; he left a mixed-breed dog. and South fulfilled his contract.
had the ace-ten. How was South
to avoid the loss of two trump,
tricks'! ..
The only hope was to cash all
the side tricks and lead from dum-
my at the twelfth trick. Hence
South cashed the king and queen
of hearts, followed by the king of
East had to follow suit to all of
these plays, after which he was
left with his two trumps. When
dummy now led the last club, there
was no way for East to shut out
declarer's jack of spades. East
could make only the ace of trumps,
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H. RUSSELL CARTER, who
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with the Caribbean command,
Carter Intends to make the
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will be staged Dec. 5 through
Dec. 10 at the Theater Guild
playhouse in Ancon
St PauPs Parish
Starts Xmas Drive
The parish of St. Paul's
church has launched a drive to
receive foodstuff and other ar-
ticles for the distribution of
Christmas packages to needy
persons during the Yuletlde sea-
son.
Services at the church tomor-
row will begin observance of the
second Sunday in Advent be-
ginning with a celebration of
Holy Communion at 6 a.m. .
GOLD CANINE TOOTH
MARKS, Miss. (UP) Rusty,
a four-year-old cocker spaniel,
flashes a gold tooth when he
growls. Rusty's owner, little Lynn
Attaway, Jr., decided that the dog
should have a gold tooth. Lynn's
father, L. B. Attaway, operates a
dental laboratory in Clarksdale
and obliged.
Linda Darnell Gels
Quickie Divorce
In Mexican Court
JUAREZ. Mexico, Dec. 3 (UP)
Actress Linda Darnell got a
guickle divorce In civil court yes-
terday on the grounds of "lncom
patahlfity of character.''
"Theres' no bitterness in our
divorce," Miss Darnell said after
the 10-minute hearing. "I will
get no alimony and will each re-
tain only our own personal pro-
perty."
She and Philip Liebmann, a
New York brewery owner, had
been married two6 years.
Miss Darnell, who starred in
the bullfight movie "Blood and
Sand,'' said her biggest regret
was that she didn't get to stay
long enough to see a bull fight.
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Bellhop Suicides Soviets Threatening
Following Murder Middle East Claims
Of Tampa Barmaid Japanese Govf.
PANAMA CITY. * Dec. 5 TOKYO Dec J (UPY-JapanV
old Timpi hotel beiUiop. *";ifh-r-ed toda* that Soviet Ras-
ana killed himself here ^ 2TTti8^ the mX:
tor questioning In the muruer 01 _,?._- -
W6^^FSSSt' McCall Foreign Minis'*' US?* &1'
EfK .CMtf-S*?g! hr^ *emltsu told the reconvened Diet
aid Payton barn** tamsHl f continue "coop-
ln tbe home of his ^.r; >* -erating with other free and Dem-
Mllton Drake and shot himself J"* natlonf -
through the heart with a Ger- ^ -^^f,, rejecUd a 80-
man Luger pisiol ahile poce ^ eston that Tokyo _
were attempting to get to hlra. axnizt conununut China.
McCall said Mr. Drake quoted S^ ^ o^ ^ on;,
her brother as saying he wouw ^ . way Jnto jwypt and.
-kill himself before he would ^""X^ countries but also!
^rrender-' for questioning in the to reach out ior th mm- i
pisiol sUyin* of 34-year-old Mrs ^ and Near Eul and for j^,,.-.
: Myrtle McOlaun at a Tampa the Poreljcn Minister told the
-tavern yesterday. parliament
" A statewide pickup order was
sent out for Payton after Mr*. -in the face of Russia's ag-
McOlaun's boby was found in a rexsive strategy coupled with
pool of blood behind the bar of'her recent test explosions of
the tavern, shortly after a for-.atom and hydrogen bombs, the
ioer husband had brought ber to free worjd has every reason to
work. be ill at ease."
Tampa police theorized the Socialist Chairman Moaaburo
killing was the outgrowth of a Suzuki told ShlgemlUu when de-
love triangle and said Payton, bate opened on the government*
quarreled with her Saturday af- .foreign policy that "proper steps"
ter a trip to Daytona Beach. should be taken to establish clos-
McCall aid Panama City po- er Peiping-Tokyo relations.
ll/-e spotted Peyton's automobile "You probably mean." the Por-
shortiy after recahto a call eign Minister replied, "to re-
from Tampa to watch for him. cognize Communist China. Prom
Accompanied by Mrs. Drake. 1 our country's position today I
Payton drove to her home, left have no thought of recognizing
her in tbe car and locked him- Communist China."
'se'f in tbe house. The Diet was convened in a
Officer urrounded the house, special 15-day session for the
but Payton shot himself before,first time since the ltJO'j as s
"they could break down the door, two-party parliament.
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Church of Christ
t. K Milln Evangel
Telephone Z-SSft
CSUSTOAAL: American Legion Hill.
Service* Sunuy 10.00 jo. 11 S a at
HO ABAJO: Heu. No. 1024 loth St
Unitarian
turn
iNiTABUAN
sousi*
1U3KJ am
BldC M2
Aneon Blvd. *
Mamey Piaee
Aneon
torn umiaueo
to UMrai
religion.
Efi
Baptist
**" ill arm to
Drawn aw,''"
Bait r. Padetewtaj, PaMei
fife B
aaca WaanetdW
Sroiner'-iooa*
Mo.uuy each month
pjuii-ii Bible School
U.-J. haturdey ..;'

c..h. i. MdY mhm t- * caei am. ea * or-ota.
CttaM a* P.M.. hi Cele.. dW* rABaBA. .atoad wdMW
I ee Hnvea a ate m MM ee * ** *"** ***
, trieadl ... treagera.
i pafcUe arable. Mm Tab Ibme Aaeridew lldh a*jb
ohMhh dddl-l-l dd WO* earn* "Olfcd. CftWdtohl A-4
SarvleeA" A oecaml IttiMj m tmlmU *> eve Arar peat*.
a.. r>,t.
dMflft dddidtarhw .ad aBeaMta dtd eeaed
the ecwi deek m wririMj by Wd4awd1 eeea at the IsaMl day
tkMfM far la cerna* Saturday t ah Mich pepe
Episcopal
Tha t a B. Mtha taeodee, ST*
Tk. vary a, if. flchard MacDeaald
Methodist
I'M. MklMuuihi cHtai h
iriUrti Cnnjeeeece.
Htv WI1IUUB H. ArtaAtrong
ilia St.. Panama Ola
1*0 em Momma rravat and Saman
leu ib Sunday Saboal
7:1 am Ivenin r-ravei andi _
cstiNiTt Mrrnuom cause
7th Street .ad Helen Aaenae.
Caita- A'
a*. Samuelfcalden. jMuuta -(d%
r*. t.m -Momtn SarvUa ana Hoi
Communion
gSaiwSWilU
f SBCSfcZUl MaWMuitBiJ4a
alabaw Oto- C*,^,.
r.v sm..ti aldao. htiaWa
.> aarviea aiu. *.i. PM-
duaday School Jar ail asa *
^TaBi ladUtla. Ta Wr.aJa -
Tuaadav 1 da. araaar Vaannd-
Catholic
7:30 p.m
J.00 pm
10.00 m.
. :00
batan
[. ^frjf. v!
risyi ATrtiri. CMUBCII
._jvard
aaiboa ttaaaaa
liaiafiU. C
cap Bouj
M Aocan
Pfeaaa datada Hal
WlllUai . aahy. Paliar^ ^
w^''iiai^iiudV'*iri.
daj ..................... '
Mana UraiAafboed Uat
ianii.v in mnnlhl .--------- '"
iara.nu Avanua at It Biraat
M.r.rit,
Sunday M.J: 7 0. 1:00. laU and
a*8u Maaaat: 3. 1:00. UM.ia
and 5 00 p.m. ,
Confaatiar:. Saturday, IM ta
and 7:00 lo 1:00 p.m. Thuraday.
Tta!W*SK-.f-
>yiSSff -a. "* *
I"h'*"school Study Ouh (.St p.m. on
! Wadnrnday. ^^
lltllD HCABTAaca
Sunday aUaSa: i . 7 X 140 am
Haly bay mamad: SJt a.m. aaJ :#
*J?onIamloni: Saturday JO ta :00 nd
7:1 t0 d:0 pa Tauiaaay aalara Pteft
rSaoJ;Haa,lrt*DavatiaBai IB* an
*H. liaalbtaak. fMna
C&a.
Thunday
Sunday Schoel .........
Manias Warahip ......
ipji rraiBlBi Unioa.
0iear A Taachar
afaatlnaa. WacuJaaday
Barv
nauiiaauiv
^^icaa. Wadnaaday
Ut A Srd FViday.
1:45 am
11:00 am.
d:S0 pjn.
1:4 pm
7:8 PJB.
1:00 p.m.
7JS p-m
Salvation Army
(Naa.OMhiaaDaaal -BaaaapUaMt
Maanaia)
, TB PACIFIC BIO
r'AN AM A CITY
Saair Canlau aad Un. M
U Fahriyrv Straal. Phone;
llJSiuiUnaaa Uaatln.
J:00 fci-nday Ichoal-
7:1 Salvation afeatliu)
LA, BOCA C.Z
UaaMaaat raaay Campball
uildlni Na. 1P. Phon; 2-a
11:0 jlinaa HaaUnf-
3:00 iunday Schaal.
7 J Ba'vation Maatin
PARASO, CJE.
Eav.y A Mia. C. U Maaalay
Chilaaa,
Clam: 1:11 la 4. am. or
OUB LAM O PAalMA-CmrBad
Ho"y Day Mam at it p.m.
Caniamioo.: :W ta :4a a aa Sat-
UrCataebtam Clam: Saturday : ta 10
am.
ST. JOBEPH-Parataa
Sunday Mauaa al 7:0 and 111 am
Holy fa.y Ma t *> p m
CorttaaiionT: Saturday :0 to 4:M and
*:3 ta 7:30. * . .^
Catachlam Clam: Sunday :M ta
PMlraculou Madal Hovanai !:*> pm
"Cen'va' Uutructlaaat Thuraday 1:9
ftaW.
AH4,D*f4
TM CATHB9BAL OT ST. LUKE
SUNDAYS
7:10 aJ:. holy Comrounlon
a 30 a a. Santa Cammardaa (atk Sun
dap)-- '
!15 t.n.. Church School,
45 m Bacuala Dominical.
11.00 a oi Momlng Prayar and Sarmon.
Holy Communion, (Flrat Sun-
day i
7.0 pm Ivan.a Prayar and Sarmon
WEDNESDAYS
:3d an Holy Communion.
7:W pin Pvaning Prayar.
HOLY DAYS
4 no aji\ Holy Cornmuelon
30 am Holy Communion.
l am. Morning Prayar.
12 M Mu -da> Mitaionary Prayara.
CHUP.CH ft OUB A VIOL
Third Straat. Naw Crialobal
Tha av. MiKon A. Coaasoa. PMtor
SUNDAYS
Kly Coanmuruao......... Jig am
urcb School ........... Id a.m.
Other Churches
CIUBCB OP THE NAZABKNB
Anaan, CZ, -
Mkabnar: Bav. Blmar O. S.Iaan
ox a. Anean. C.Z. Balaca aW
SSSK-^o?Sh,p::::::::: J&&
Youth Saryica ............ !:
'fiATIONAL 'mJOtUT CB
.tpT^rarist...
N. Brawa. atlalftaa
mama'P treat Bi
pm
Baa,
SUNDAY:
Divina Wanni ...'........ .j
Sunday School ............ :00 pm
Sunday Mama. ..........t. T^S U:*J
nil. cmuv a-P- Suoday aanwu a<
>m *m _____
JrXOVAHB W1TN
iljra Thutsdaya'at '
~ji at 4:00 am.
SM BalUa aad, Balboa
Child Rape-Slayer
Protected From
Passions Of People
. J_swi8TON, IU., Dsc 5 (PJ-.I
A taxi cab Lrlfar.who c^fesstd
the rape-slaylrif or an J-year-
olel ftrl was ttren to a secret i
location by authorities who. I
reared the "passions" of the'
populace might be aroused.
Lloyd I. Miller Jr.. 29. a hand-
seme, curly-haired cab driver of
Caton. 111., broke down aiUr
days of questioning and admit-
ted ha .beat, and rapad little
Janlca May at Canton last S-t-
Mtli"-i T_tn-ady'af"*7:3 p.m. and
Sunday at 4:00 am. Win Memorial.
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HUBCR OT JBSUB CHB1BT
i-ATrn-DAY aaurrs n
_ ijuraaia)
Sunday ataattaca in toa JWaVUBO. La
Boca Rod. Balboa. Prima aad nUat-
hood I JO am. aWtlii_; Sunday fcnool.
:25 am.: iaeramant MaaUna, 10: axo
AUaatic Braach
Bulidlni 200. BcBe-lliauie Boaa.
Oatn, Canal Zone.
T.!ephot.e.Tutai SM aa Criatobal SKW
Sunday Sabaol 1 ajn. Sunday Sac-
rement MaaUn S:M .m. PriaaKood
Meeting : pan WettnMday Primer
:J pm. Wadnaaday Baila, aaaiaty meet-
inj at aaaauBoad
Me_--n,g Prayer
and Sermon..............11:0 a.m.
iPlnt Bunda. -Hahr Caaaaauniea)
Vaaaar Sarriea and
Youth Fallowthi ........ AB p.m.
WEDNtSUAYS
Holy Communiaa ..........:0am.
Choir Rahaaraal .......... T~B a.a_
A Hauaa of Prayer lar all people
Chauh .i SI Aadrate
Tha Rev. WUUam W. Baldwin
SUNDAYS
Holy Coaamunlan
ramlly Pravar and Church Scbnel
30 a.m.
Mornira Prayer and Barman 11 .
JltX-Mftaaday to aseathl.
Evening Prayr 7:A ajn.
Wea.n% pHvat : a
COBOXAl
The Bav Clataace w. Haya
40 .an Bvarv Prialay. Morniag tfray
(B.c in moa'
St.
Maaaa/t Cha
dly Socialy
: p.m.

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11-4B M'lKnaa Maatlng.
3:0 _, r.day School.
7:1 3-lvation Mealing


T*W ATLANTIC SIDE
COLON CkNTBAL
a-aiar 4at. and Mrt. C Moaaaawiay
14th Stieet. Phone: S-7.
11:00 Hemee Meeting.
3 00U'iday School.
7_e -aWation Moating.
COLON -1H1RD STBBBT
Malar F.dn. Bingham
ll:e 1'onaat Maatlng.
3:00 Sunday School-
7:30 SidvaUoB Maatlng
BAINBOW CITY. CZ.
Envoy Gill.
St itta and Jamaica atreat.
11:0 HV-lnst* Mealing.
3D Stnday School.
7:30 .Salvation Maatlng.
Union Churches
hi ad clur.t la all aMaga
TH n.A NTH D
Bav Bay fiakely Pattot.
t 45 am Sunday School. .
1140 am Warahip Sarvlaa
"tCb! Pu H w Olaadar Paatar.
Phjoa 3-laSB.
SfSO Blbla SffeaaL .
loa Wornhto arvlca aad Churah-iam
"^So'Tauth Paiiowahh
rap pacific rue
The an Otear W. Olaen Paalm
Balboa Rd. at Ban Pablo St
Phone 2-1 -.sS-Churcn OUlca 2->
:S Cfcuicb School Praa but aarvici
paraonaga DitCTltnonOeoup.
lia IVorthia Sarvlca Tha Baaaadar
fiaauo/i (or Nurtary. Kindergarten
Praadry aad Junior Oapt
BT. WCaWTB-Paaaaae Cttp
Sunday Maaaa: o and SM a.m
Holy Day Mina SM and 1:00 p.m
t It fall an Saturday tha Maaeei ar
7^rs^*vThurd.y. befar. Pina
rrlday t:S0 p-nK .
Mitaculout Madal Novena and Sta-
tiana of tha Croat: Friday 7:0 p.m
C?UchUm Claat: Altar 30 atom on
'War, Clam: :0 p.m. TueW *
Thunday. -
BT. TMBaWA'BCeca)
?c5aW^: *'*
"confamlont: :00 to S:M a.m Sunday
*. JOHN BAPT1BT DE IJI iALLB
Paraae Lafevre
Sunday Mamas and 30 e~m
Weak Dav Mat: %M Moo.. Thura
Holy Day- Maaaa: *0 am ta a*
^Canlamion: :eu J and 1:0 t
3 00 p.m. on Saturday -.. ,^
Mlraeuleua Madal Novena: Prlday 1
""Cataehlam O-'*^."^^^^7
Convert CTam: Monday 730 B-Ba.
ST.
Tha Be. John Baaar. Prtott U> Charge
SUNDAYS
Mornip Prajar. Ut tnd IrA
Sunday*.................... 18:30 am
Holy Communion aad Bar-
mon. 2ad gad 4th Sundaya .. MSB a.m.
Sunday School ...........
Youth r.llavrahl ......... SM pm
Evening Prayar .;. ...... 7Mpm
MONDAYS
Glrlt' Priand
WEDNESDAYS
Evening Prayer *nd Sarmoa 1 JO a.m.
THURSDAYS
Holy Communion ......... S:00 am
Woman* Auailiary. lad and
4tb lTiuraday. .............. 7J pm
LA BOCA
8t. Pater'*
Tha R*. John
SUNDAYS HBP11
Choral EucharUJ a*d Sara*) 7 JO am | MaaTttoa '
Motnmg Pr^ar and Church Sehaol Night V
i.a acn A
Spear. Priexl In Charge.
ii
urday
s May at C

CHUBOI
Raa. Paul Hallaway, Paataa
Office. CurundVi SIM
Heme. CurunaU 71S
ortW''.!!.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.' 11 m.
........... pro.
......^.. i.l p.m
Sacrament at unction (
vice) Pint tnndav of each
7* o*a _^
The girl was attacked In a
railroad yard a* she Went to iitn
her older brothers .In a school
playground. She died of the bru-
tal btBttne; several hours later
in b hospital.
Authorities said they spirited
Miller awty from this county
seat 'because we don't wan$ to
stir up the passions of the peo-
ple." Only three officers, wno
said the .Bye was "precaution-
ary," tail where he was held.
However, state's, attorney
Blaine. Ramsey admitted he
would have to produce Miller in
court here lor arralinaint en a
murder charge.
...,
rburada
Sat
FORT DAVIS
Sunday School ...
at
.aa^aialhas-
aloiiuu* davoUn V .
raUeatT.it. Wdrttua a'
Sunday Sthpoi al .
JirUia *rAf a
MA"
ie
SAMA1B 95%
M fu* Street
in ta
11 Jd ana,
rhurtdayt................*MI da
Ettfdja Claeaee......ThuradavA 7J p.m
smjem^^vt.
Rad Tahlt. CZSuaday*. 11B-BV divine
-.undiv Sehaol 7J0o
-----CZ-Buf'
a-orahip: 3:M p.m. S~.. -~., . -
ai. toepel tervlce
PaTqua Lafevre. tJ th and laaBiIta.
No. 4 Sunday.. S pm. Bible aehool
Wcdnatdays. Bible raadina
'Paralao. CZt-SanBar. v
Sehaol at the gyuinatium.
am Bund.,
THk cacBca or fit
7M Bghth S^-4**n
ucharhtt, Srd Sunday. IB
iaa m.
Chilar ana
a m.
Holy Baptlam SM p.m
Evanteng and Barann 7M am.
MONDAYS THRU ATUBDAYS
- Holy Communion ......... M a.m.
Kvantna Prayar .......... 7:0.pm
except Sarurdayt. CrnnBtof..
It TUESDAYS 3rd MONWAV
Woman Auxiliary ....... 7M pm
MABGAB1TA
Charch af St. Margaret
Cornet ef Bapav Ave.. Braioa Blvd.
Tha B. v Mlltaa A. Caohaaa. Paatar
SUNDAYS
:h School
...Ing Prayar and aarjnoii
layi. Holy Communion I
4-M a.m. Confirmation Inatructioaa.
PALO BBCO
Charth at The Moly Caaalartm
Va L. B. Shirley. Ardajaaee
Evary Mondav I JO ia> B* Coot.
nun loo ___
r ABA ISO
Bat .U..W. Graadiaaa, PaMac
Sunaay h>hal ......%.....-- -SM am-
Perth, ,i........ 1,;!:m
vico ...-^........ TJ p.m.
r. "N' aad Mariaae Araaaaaaaa St
Bar. Wm. J. Jehaaea, faatar
Sunday bebdol ...T\. :.. fV> *
Mornli. Werak
.JPaWaaBPaWBaWaBslBaP,-
aurREALLY LAID AN EGG- Beside a normal-sized ec. is the thud king-sized one laid by a
wbif. Kn PuUrt owned" Mr.. S. P. Fo.Ur of roiKmrKan. For eomparoa. the ceranu.
tarhahund i 1Q^ inches lorny ^_^__
EL GARAGE STERLING
14th tT.'AND BOLIVAR AVE. COLON
ANNOUNCES .
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HIS GREAT ANNUAL REDUCED PRICES
(LARGEST DISCOUNTS)


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AtitooB aib rtJact sasi
Saturna''.......-..V.i..... 4:00 p.m.
rAOBT KOBBE .
HjMtal .............. M om
atlaktic aros
r.......... :aa
.......
STATiON
OUllliMJ dTHIVVI ................ mau
Morning Warship .....I........ --
Choren Tona Huraaer......,... IBM.
WithtriB- idea of giving yeu facilitiBS t have your automebile
in good condition for inspection
:OO0MLO*rfAV,A' ST.
Sunday School
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OmrsWoTlAVAE BTi4IPN,
Mam ,...\yvi,..,*,/.\..f. '*
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tort auucB
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i Combined larvleo fat; all man of lew-
llh fAuJ^thaaad aa Atlana lidai.
EAOOl .........t.,
iaoill...........
lea_ ............
Nan- Prevtdaace
Seventh Day
Adventist
Weakly Service, la all Cburrtm
aa followi:
SATUBDAV: '_'
w^BADA^all-^J-a/trayar
Cab Verde. Avd J.rTaTh ??,
---.li^tJpSSL Ida CaailA. Rd Balboa
Kit am .Satta-day.anJv).

r,r^ -::::;: '7S ;= BQg&ttesg"
-. Carien Ma. S. Cri*tae!.
,var Ave,
* Prijalm
.-LA, Grlaal.
(Tal. . ?. IM) .
.. J>rBlt Partway. Wlaiaa.
AUannc slia-Colon A
3ir.. Maade. Bnaaa. Pattar
Suaday i.-hooi ............. itM ago
Mernlng Worthlp ........... UM am
Night St'vice .............. 1*|A
1:30 a ).. Church
30 am Morning
:itt Sii-day. Hoi
Th.
Bav. vid A OA.it.,
,. TBMUSrS-U
cSbbbSb^K o 7:3d pm
ThuSday bSoro PlrTPriday M p_m
^QStSmttom: s:15 pm on Sunday
Saared Haart Novan: TM pm on
' CoVvart CU-t * " Th""* .
^Saly Day Maaaaa: M. M la aad
*:?L5iaaiana: Saturday 4M to SM and
7:oBWSMom Altar Boaary aaeb ava-
"'Sfiraculeua Medal Novena: ,M aad
5:00 pm. on Monday. \
Catechlaa Clam: After SM dhaa an
Priaat In Charge
SUNDAYn .. ,_.
:00 a.:i, Choral Bucharlat A Sermon
12:00 nejt- Infant Baptuan
M dub. Church School
ihaid in Building 111)
Youlh Fi
rBBO-'-Yf
5 0" p.m. Youlh Pellowthl
7 M -i m. Eventong and
Addraat
Sunday.
Prlday Bxpaatttan all day Our-
School Year,
y Saturday Ita. at SM m
HOLT PAfdlLt CWClV-ll8tgarlta
Sunday Mame* 7 R> an
Holv Day Maeaet
laaOvt Sehool Year.
. and J0 am
SM am aad IB
" Confaaalon: M t I
IM pai SaUwday.
Miraculau Madal
Teen-age Ctahi 7:1 p-m. a)
^Ltochlam Clam: M Pf Thuraday
Elrat PrWay Devotion: 7:00 pm
>iu. Woman' Auxiliary aad Al-
ta: Guild Meeting
PANAMA CITY
St. PaaT CSareei___
The Vcn Laautal B. SWi*. Baatar
Tha Bev. Pita B AtwaU. Daaeaa
T.a Suns.Kharltt Aar.
1M ixi Morning Prayar aad) Churcn
School
12:0 noer Holy Baptlam
7M -.m Solemn Vatpera
TUBBDAY
SMait Holy Communion
WEDNESDAYS _
aMtr.i Holy Communion
7 to aa. Eveniag Prayer
THUBSJAyS AND HAYS
SM i at Holy Commutilon
HOLY DAYS ... .
d 00 am Hely Cotnaaunion.
Cautl! CHURCH Bl-JIIE-SEA
and 7M to
i m pm
Be. Wm
Sunday Sebee!
Moral-is Wonhi
Night device ..,
Ifth si.-Rio Abato
J.
Patte*
. ^M am.
IBM am.
7:30 p-m
PUM Charch of God
aVdr, Slat Diabla l*., r.z.
Bav Wm. Mviagii.a. faatar .
Mornn.g Worthlp ........... 1M .m.
Sundae Schaal .............. ltM Am
Night nexvlde .............. IB pm
CRUBCB OT MB FODBSdHJABB
QOSPBL
(full Goapeli
s3K
At Retecca Lade Balboa
U Bon Rd. Bav. add Mrs
Thompaoii Paitara
Suodtv Scboal .,........ a. ra
Motai.v Worehlp ....... 11:3 a. m
RAINBOW CITY
Cantar Randolph and Klamouth U
Rev hi.d Mrt T. J. Tattle Paatpra
Mr. Paul Bryson, Amt. Pat tor
Phono 3-MM
Sunday School ............ :J0 *. m. ,.
Morning Worthlp .......... WM a. ta. bar
XvangeUaUc Service ...... 7:30 p. m at
Tuet. Goapal tervice ...... 7:M p. tat
Taunt. MMBlth Sarvic. .... 7M p. m.
Carl
$
CHURCH OP UOO IPaal.eatUI)
Bav. B. B. Watton. Overteer
..Phono -4M, Box ZS, Gamboa
... ^_ WBDNBSDAY1
a1- K,"l7ir*n^lf!!n m :o a.m Holy Ccanmunk
i "JK"!Tui S am IB p-m Evanloa Prayar
Haly bay^maa: 1 B- S.os am IJ0 oa AduuTWjna
^onVAon.ms^urd.,4M,.Ma-di tM. fj."1
Calen. B deP
(Oppoaita Hotel Wa.hinroa'
The Vaa Maiaert > Patarae. Baatar
SM Holy Coatatuwiaai
BBS am Choral Eucharltt and
IBM am Church ***m--r.m
7M oat Solemn Si ala* ana and B
WRDrfBSDAYS
Cmnmipntoai
"Yayar aad
lirmaUon
c-nou aao, an M90, UWIDM
Quanchaa at Paraito, CZ. (Rev. and
Mr. Herman O. Whytal. Colon. ILa*.
'"lav Paraando tacanea). Ra Ahaja
lav. and Mr*. Charlee Heynaai. and
Uv* (Rat. pad Mr*. OUtaral Graavat).
md.y aad weekday tarviee at al
(Bav
iBi
Cau-
Banda
church...
Pattot V. G. Nawaten
Colon, rdft 'eaSrat Av CrlaU
ml. Hth St. A Bolivar AVA
Jewish
Jpwlae. Walfar Beard Bid. tM-B U
Baca Ro.il. Balboa. CZ Rabbi Nathan
Wllhln. Djertor. _
Sarvic'> aVlday, W pm, Saturday.
(See "ano Hating af Jewish lervlcaa
under Pont, Sate and Stations'.
CaoBcagabon Kol Shearlth fanal. Ave-
nida fjiht and Mth Street. Bella Viata,
Taaaat City Sarvleaa MM pm.
Lutheran
aaT>PjMBB I.IJTBRBA.N CHLBCH
The Chureh of fea Latteran Hear-
MB Balhao Swad. Balhao.
Sunday Sehool and Junior and Aduti
Elble Clame* at Ipjijii: War*) Sere
, l:U a.m. Regular cerered dlah tua-
Aar tha taeond Sunday af each moaUi
tt the Lutheran Sarvic Canter at PM
m. Haly Communion the first Sunday
of each month, with a paa ooanmunlao
devotion and r.giiitration th Friday
.previous Ml*"

SIZES 15 to 17. .
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Busrros, trucks, station wagons in all models
a
, BEARINGS # PISTONS # CARBURETORS
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I FAN BELTS # RADIATOR HOSES # RADIATORS
r CONNECTING RODS HYDRAULIC BRAKE PARTS
I SHOCK ABSORBERS
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PAINT IN GENERAL
SCHOLASTIC SUPPLIES
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a
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^1*
uvufbody. Asada.
Wednaaday:
Confa**lont: Saturday
; 00 to I 00 o m
Mtraculoua Medal Novena
:U^^P^ .: Prlday 7:15 pm
^n.7MaS
Pravar Gull*.
PR/DAYS
^_ i w p *
Sacred Heart Novena 'riday
S^owful Saathar: Sundi
Cativart ClaaaTT:li a m
Cttr^sS.- r^-facA^trlandJku^ya^
under 3.
SM Junlor-Hl
t pom-r
-.igh relloanflh
tta Pont-HJAh Peliewthip.
:SV Sanlnr-Migh Pa!low>hlp
QAMBOA
Dr. walkat M Aiderton. Mlalner.
Office Phone l-470-Beiudeaee Pttane
e-iM.
'3 am Church Senooi
I 4 a.m Mernlna Worahrr- Baratea
Christian Scientist
Laotiana.n acit.Mt cMVAVtl
Parat Charch y Ch.-avSe4atitl. anen
-iiinaj ll.M. Uacmaadat a am
uadav School SsM m
Buna. Bcttoai IS am
mu' 11 a m Wr"v '
crnr iall colo
pm.
t
MnVvAUKXr (UP) The
Milwaukee Common Council, whit
recently banned colored sidewalks
because it would make the city
look like a "rainbow-" has four
pink squares of its *ra m toe sidt-
\.lk at the roat o the city hU. mday-
SM ta 4 M m <
OUB LADt OP GOOD COUH8B.
Catechiam
Sintday*
Tha Be.
SUNDAY L
Sung tueharit'
Chur.,i Sehool
"caTaSSm Cuua: IB pm. an Sunday 'THRSTaV
a M otp
M am Children "jcharhai
SATURDAYS
in no am Junior Confirmation Clam
J'sM .a? Coinpllna and Medtete
ajuNBOW cm _^^
funda Mama. 7 aI and f_jk4i!
Holy faav Mama- :*> a m and S*j
p m.
7M am.
ts am
7 3 am
7 Jm
7M
Posts and Bases
'ORT AMADOR
Sunday School aa
Jmrhsmr...............,,s
MaS^'w^hir^.N'-.^: .J2
weUi";!^.!!1'::. i
Worthip ...........MM em.
ig Worahlp ..il........... M
ALBROot AIB FORCE BAS
Sunday Schaal ................. S
leming Worth! .......iv- "
Yetpth Gpdup ......it. M and
Ivaauac Worahlp _.............. 1
U A NATAL STA7JOH. RODMAN
Sunday Sehaol iBolldlag No 11 M
ISth WATQUAJrTn's'cHPBL'
Sunday ......................... M
Haly Communiaa 'Bpitcepall Sunday
7* Divina Woaahip SMTSaly Com.
majrdpn aa tha hat Suaday la tha
' rSsIoo lnttruetlan: M am Thia:
^taptary A BanadlcUen. aa Sunday M
UATUN
St. Ueerge t Charch
ft v.. ssamart J.
IMMACVLATB CONORTlOa-^arB
Sunday Maaaaa: 7:30 and SM ta
Holv Day Mama.: c\nlaatlor^: SM to 7M on Pride
Miracaleu Medal Havana- 7:1 Am
an Tuaaday.
Catee*! Clam tt U SM em aa
Tuaadav
ST VlhtiafrsBoaaaa- CMy
tunda Ptamaa-. IM am. and IM a*
SS Oav Mama; IB a*n and w
Conlaaatont: 4 4 ta *M aad 7M ta
BB pm. Saturday
Cafichlam Clam: 11 a a m en Sunday
Priaat in Charge
The aw Mm A. jmeaBtag,
lt AHD 3rd SUNDAYS
Haly Itmmutuoo....... *M a
and AND 4th SUNDAYS
Mer.i^g Prayar
and Serrron .............. I
Churcii School, each Sun
DUO ABAJO
at eh at. pa aft Cl
IB BI '
FORT AMADOR
&. a
Daltrafaa................._..; 7|M
,4 ,.**.
,.M m
. Chart*
Be, Claraace W. Baya.
Priaat fB Charge
*i Csaarmav I 0
Sunday Bthaal .......... MM am
P4WI-V t ir om av. a* ?..
J*m2PLl'El!L!?>m Mmm
-fwr "^ "w '%ps1pVauXww.a
.fAamwrBaar, Bae-p. TS am BAJaAA_________...
COBOUL
Sunday Mam ...................
PORT OBBB
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*M|r4ai7 Masa ...,.....-.*----- B
AI.BBOOR AB rOBCB BAB
Daily Ma- ..................... *M
Saturday Maa.................. IM
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i t..k, 40-cycle f ripidai,e. Or
will trade ter' kiMHM ofrlpse-
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ay her with abisett. !** |Un
deer. *H '"" '"'; ?"' "-
heliteted chain' with haca, A
beauty a tail barpabt. Cash V
credit with csmfsttibts pay-
ment.. Phene 2-4902. .
FOR SALI:Ward raba 2, deer,
with mirrer, eemblnettea bed-
er. new, twe new Han (bain,
ano new Oriental rap- 12al4 ft..
Rattan tefe, two .mall tables.
m* cabinet, an stove with lap).
burner, and van, ene refripera-
t'er O-cycle. ene beey corriste
end hath and ether articles. Tel-
es hen e 2-Ha*. ,,_____
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OR SALI
fie wi.her. 40-cycle; >M 41
twa cha, wrrt. efipcseer.; RCA
..mala radie with sew 3 -apssd
rererd piaye(, mapaaias reek;
tabla lamp; all e.cf
fian, SohwotOtmaas
5450. .- ' >
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FOR SALI: M.bepasy dietap '
at: esteniiea table I flaw >. .
i.mbfaatia. buffat-cbi-a 4 theirs. 2 at e*efc* f^e*-
able price. *~4 0J0?0>l*)asfr.
Call Panama VST42..
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t, miles from frry
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FHete Minon Steaka 1,75
Golden Fried Chicken U
Fried Shrimp..... 1
Serrad -with:
French Fried FeUteee
Hot RoUs and Bntr
Deaaert
Coffee or T '_
8hrimn Cocktails .;.... M
Delicious Sandwirhas
OPEN DAILY 7:M a.m. to
12:30 p.m.
THE BEST STEAK
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TRY US,
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.arm 'cAai', >odorla aWd^ro.-
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l./.oWa-i., oV'roeorda. 1*1
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tU burao", >.
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Waatiachaoaa
for t- mf,w
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aspdMsMr^ioo A4M
-ooMMts 'ifjUM.doors
JHM 0W*#f- WWJ4T TMFr1
F4M SALI a.ki. ilia* eobi-
ah, aaa, >w ah) WodMoolop,
aaacAiaaa* It-laa AdoArat. metal
. hair.
fotorrota. Tal-
Z4O02.
CLIAlUyt'aALAiWS ofT"
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hallawara, VaB kaawa brand.
, T.ba ad#a*a* at thia-Har ad .
U esjeYo,rty for ?Fai: WRAS. >
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4rti-*raat 15. Calrforoia
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FOR RENT
Apartments
ATTINTION C. I.! Jot* boill
aaodota twolakad eoartisasi. I.
2 badtaaaii, bat. taliolii,
tAooo Faaboao 1-4041.
FOR RINT:Madera tw.-a.d-
raawi opartojaot, piorcb, liviap-
diaiap raara. kiaahaai. staid'i and
. lausdrr ream. Scraenad. hat wa-
tar. Far tarthar" aarticular tala-
paWae 3-44 or 1-0737.
FOR RINT:Ui.rurai.kad two-
badraam apartatast, all acraaaad.
military intaactad, parkrap plpse.
Fbooo l4C4.Ratt>aa.
FOR RINT:Meder. apartmast
II Caspraia": 2' bedraesni. Ua-
iaf-diH>ap room, poach, halcaay.
laundry raam. aoparata maid'
room, bat water aad Via Ar-
pastioa Na. 75. Fkaoa 3-4427.
FOR RINT:Saaciaui. tctaeood
2-bodraam. 2-bath, Uroa llwsp-
room.' dlNlofl room apt>aaMt;
OOtogo, privata "tranca. Pana-
ma 3-0073.
Noap -ll-llVUb
,liaa aeoamarisa diaaar rm, JI
!; '.. !- < iliaa aeatmarisa diaaor nop tp-
; Hat* wsnfci;; % mswgfBfc,
^l.^.'1. .'^ W^i^ij-;Xt
W*NTtt:-^Co. ta+aap
^^.2-&t!K ;tf Trammen Killed

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FOR SALI:l-rf
rofriflOMtor. p o r a maoiam
aadrtiba. aeede paiat. F>apa'.3
224;
. aleatri.
ca>loot.$^Fb>aaLM30
PACKACl DIAL Mla^Fripidaira
atora. a4t.'.wlrh
raatal 2-badraam
Fraatiaea Call
P,m. ',
FOR SALI: Diraa.
cbai. a.arvtuti.d S2J.
2341. .,-..
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'?
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. >ftote* OilianoKe-' com-
elljfion tff *
andlreiaht near
,T. Qct".*J-.* '
sS irtiitretin thrrrreck.
the" conductor of
trsjlri' should har
order ra late. It
FOR RINT Fursuhad apart-
mast. IdaaMarC.I. N.rth Arsar-
ieas saifhkan. Ph.n. 3-0471.
^ ./..a,. -. ------------,------,r -0* m-
FOR RlNT: Fursohad apart-
mast. military lipepected. Via
Fprra.Na.p4. Ffcooa 3-20t.
ti-
FOR RINT:Madera aportmoot
with ar wMtowt rafriparatof and
tteve: 2 hooroo'ou, mm
parapa. hot water. Via
a. Na. 557 II Caspraia. I
3-3U4.
FOR RINT: Nicely furniiked
ene-kedraam apaitmant t* au-
pie witpoot children, $05. Tele-
phene 3-S024
FOR RINT: In La Cresta,,
madero two-bedroom apartmast.
hot water. For further aterma-
fies call 3-3421.
FOR 'RINT: Fumithed apart-
mant, all utitit.e. Army impact-
ed Via' Ispsta, heuM balara
Joan France.
qHiflrjoateotvritas- at-St. Tet
era' church. .La lloA. ^e^Miaidl-he did net reetrfte thl* in-
^,*^'*'&* cl^r^^rn^rsWp.orl tjrup ^raftfhdlrii: b-tiseon.;tram dl-
Sa^T^sS^'k"^: Ata. ; af-'itoior'^nd4at4-.to. ht.^gre- PRtl>r* m, tho.voarator on
$90; ebb-Ms mmm.m* Mafcptftoroib^
John .JpoArT;, ^ . "dl4rfOtpln,tri*/fautaanyona
>>:: . <,.- enaoy*-. ', >'' >{
Alter coffrninr'ltie candi-' ti f-eltiint occurred; on the,
"Aof- ruvav^laore tormt vhjtbOltv.sT
wr* arranpamaat ..Alter 'WMmOB
mom -sfciUt,:ria U^W.;Wo V&-M-
I 3-3T7.,arrot 4 ^ W"ta4lr iporsMi*
25-Cyele Motors
Mueblera
CASA
SPART0N
CENTRAL tt-7
Ctrance to Encanto Theater |
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h.ae 13 4151 .S*^
FOR SAL40-aralo Waotinp-
hooos isliiQSeUsr, I-s. ft..
a..Uis. poW aaooWo. $45-
Phase Roaaifo 03J. V .
-!nw*r their-.monihl etnorate "^'J^^J^.nJ^aa
conwJunion. crthPrtetYitrhpV m*- sVfWfi' * .* ,5"*?*
' 't ir:.i ' '"'
muAe'J
!>J. im J)sv i*. pn jpf JL o a, o i r
t4i'a fondmopt Demoorat*,-
that Democrat's a
. chanied lus%l a^av
Position Offered
aapariOM. daaitsbto botjnot p-
aaatlal. Saad letter with phlll
prapb aurlnHei* adaaoisao, aape-
riooc. ape, ate. is >aa>dwritisp
to 454. Rooaom. R.R^ '
WANTIDi hpsriieobd aooo-
rek-lsf l..h ataaaatoliee. Tahiti
lt-45 Cootral
W
- ^j. 1U
"'i . ."l'''1
'V + .
FOR RENT
Hou

FOR RINT: Fsrsithed chalet.,
2 hedraem., maid', raam. Phase
-3324. from 7 a.m. te 4:30
P.m.
FOR SALE
*
Boats & Motors
FOR SALI: Commercial type
Jehaiea Sea Herse 22-hp. aaf-
heerd, lika" new. Not Army >ur-
p4at, $140. Feet Kohoo 4134.
FOR RINT: Small foraisbed
chalet far married ceople with-
eut children ai pots, at 41th St.
# 25. Ralla Vista. $75: leaoira
Talephese 3.1933 ar 3-2349.
FOR RINT. 3-bedroem mad-
ero homo, reiidential district,
$130. For lafermatiea call 3-
2433.
FOR RINT: Madero tese rete
chalet: 2 bedreemi with bath-
room, livisf raam, dining raam,
kitchen, parch and paropa $10.
Phase 3-4949 ar 3-0373.
FOR RINT Furni.hed haute, 2
acres lasd. fruit traes. Juan Dies
Hifhway. Phene 3-1242 Or 2-
0424.
FOR RENT
MiHrellaneoiis
FOR SALI:30' cabin, crpraor.
' Darphin." fully aauipaed, in-
cludine ihip ta hare radia, twa
re ripe rated boaes, fi.hrsj tack-
le, all in eacellest condition. CaH
Amador 12-2111 or Amador
12-3107, ar can bo soon'at the
Sanaa Yacht Club.
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WANTED
Houses
WANTIO: Vacatioo puartan,
Fpbrsary or Match. Call 13-
4202. ,
WANTID: Amaricen ce.ple,
no children, delire 3-bodeaom
heu.e. preferably in "II Canpra-
|a." Phase 3-4729.
RESORTS
beach et Santa Clore. Tolsiheps
Thampias. lalboa 1772.
FOSTIR'S COTTACIS. One mna
past Calina. Low rates. Phase
Ralbes ll<6.
PHILLIPS Oceaseid. Cartease.
Santa Ciara, lea. 415. aalboa.
Phene Panama 1-1177. Crete-
bal 3-1473.
Gramlich'i Santa C lira Reach
Conaaos. Modern oeorpoleocos,
madarste totes. Fhoae wambis
6-441. .
WANTED
Miscellaneous
WANTID: WpsWm "shine.
40-cycle. Phana Nr 25-3117.,
WANTIO: Mole miaiptoro
Sehnapaer far Hue service. Ts4-
ephana Cri.tabel 3-1794.
FOR RINT: Commercial local
in free of Hotel II Panama.
Apply Fete Halcen 9-12 seen,
2-4 p.m. Rhone 3-1179.
FOR RINT:Site for commer-
cial purpe.t. 1 effiee on Juite
Aretemena Avenue. Rhone Va-
llarina 3-1477 or 1-0191.
WANTED
Apartments
AMIRICAN want. 1-2 bedreem
apartment in Bella Vista area far
$95-$ 100 a month. Must heve
.creen., hot water, 40-cycle cur-
rent. CaH 3253 or 2104 (after
4 p.m.). Fort Kebbe.
FOR RENT
Rooms
Funeral Services
For Mrs. Knight
Tomorrow At 3:30
Funeral serrlces for Mrs.
Charlotte phllpotts Knifht who
died Thursday at her Rio Abalo
home, will ee held tomorrow at!
the Church of God at Monte Os-
ruro. at 3:30 p.m. Interment i
Ul follow at the Jardn de Paa I
cemetery at 4.
Mra. Knifht Is. stu-vi ved by her
children Victoria. Viola; Ver- I
nljha, vaajjtl and Victor; a
sister Llllian Roblnaon and 'two I
rrandchjldren.
FOR RINTt 2 aoparata beau-
tiful rurniehed rooms, ene with
parch, private bath, hat and cold
water. Ave. Coke No. 21-39.
neat to Comieariate Don Sosco.
LOST & FOUND
LOST:Weelly blaek dec near
Gamboa. Answers to name of
"Rlacky." Phene Sambos Felice
Station. Reward.
LOST:Black paaacata contein-
iafl csdula, driver'! licence, etc.
$10 reward. Phene 3-0091.
Side bat ham.
Wonted to Buy
WANTID: One preen ruff
9x12; twa and tablee end one
ream divider. Cell Ralbe. 2-
1295.
FIVE F AN A^IANl AN STUDENTS will .graduate m^V-
Air Force School tor Latin America at Albrook ^'^JfJ
next Thursday. During graduation ceremonies "J*he_Aloros
Theater. Maj Gen. Rwben C Hood. JCV commander earthen
Air OamtA, will uresent diplomlo 255 *ttB#rofflcera
adiSffi-frcm- Bolivie, Brazil Colombia. Cuba. Chite. Bpoa-
. dor.Guatom.ila Hondonu'Wca^gua, Panama **r*uj& Wru.
Urngua yaprt Venetue.a. -Sho*a. lelt tcright: Sg^^afdaco
Andreve'Entrada. I^uis Alberto Bdane. Alberto. Luis Rodrlguee.
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ANNOUNCES
THE ARRIVAL OF'THE
S.S. "Ciudad de Santa Marta"
jtjAt Balboa. Canal 2hP on DocorWber 5. 19)if from-
U. S. A. West Coast Ports and* Central America/i
Porta, and satlinf far BUENAVENTURA. MANTA
mCfPORATt> BY BOTAL CBlAatts 1104 I
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ALSO ANNOUNCES THE ARRIVAL OF THE
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V HAVAftA.
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Port and Beaton, sailing- for ST. JOHN (N. .).
HALIFAX and BOSTON.
Flota. Mareante Orancolembiana. S.A. alao rmirrfam
a regular. eerviee every ten days ffom Crist!
Canal Zone, to Houston and New Orleans.
GENERAL CARGO ACCEPTED
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Anne BANCROFT, in
THE NAKED STREET
LUX THEATRE
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3:08 4:38 :4Z 1:50 p.m.
SENSATIONAL RELEASE!
Alexis SMITH Alexander KNOX
Dirk BOGARDE, la
THE SLEEPING TIGER
DRIVE-IN Theatre
60c. ---------' ------------;
WEEKEND RELEASE!
GEORGE MONTGOMERY
SILVIA FTNDLEY, in
ROBBERS ROOTS
In COLOR!
CECILIA THEATRE
Mc.
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STERLING HAYDEN, in
THE ETERNAL SEA
MARGARET LOCKWOOD, hi
LAUGHING ANNE
In TECHNICOLOR!
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LOTTERY NIGHT!
MARY OF
SCOTLAND
- Also: -
ONE MINUTE*'
TO ZERO
JUNGLE DRUMS ?
7hd8)
OF AFRICA
SAM BASS AND
JESSE JAMES
TIGER WOMAN
Social and vJtn
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Box 5037, ^4>
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or
, Staff..
Box 134, P*
anama
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if, jf L ~J h >M~ ~ 9 ' 2.014, U~ too aW *f -*
mr AN! MRS RICHARD D. PRESCOTT ARE EETED ,
BYm FRIENDS ON GOLDEN WEDDING ANNIVERSARY
The home of Mr. and Mrs. Irving Bennett was the scene
.f olden wedding, party in Panama y Mm Richard D. Prestott received some 250 friends. The host
andhoste" are niece and nephe* of the honor*!*,
and Mm "^^ the Bennett home was attractively de-
corated witnXSS* wer, sen, to M, Prescott -ndhe
inrmer Mis t Maria de la Ossa who were married on Dec. Z, lsJ-
toSi member of an old Isthmian family, b*
th, honor rfmaki*- the first fiar for the projected Republic
fpinHmVwSen plotting was afoot to secede from Colombia
" "552 mK25 S married two year, Usier wa, also a iig-
mT thecltine ays of the 19*3 Revolution. For many
Jeari he w7 in cnarrVol telegraph and other communica-
tions for Panama._____
,.nT1r, rAR CONGRESSMEN' sell Carter, Isaac Russell. Isaac
PARTIES FOB iaksu*.o Harrouche. Nancy Acly and
Numerous gatherings h ave Bruce Carpenter.
Variety Night'
Program Announced
For JWB Tomorrow
The monthly "Variety
will be presented it the
Marcelene Cox, a lightheirted
critic of women and their ways.
whose observations generally hit
the nail on the head, saya: "One of!
woman's moat common miscon-
ceptions la that because she is a
good mother she is automatically
a good wife."
I know this is trae because over
an: over again women with hus-
_._. band trouble write me bewildered
"" letters wanting to know why their
:marriages aren't happy. In sum-,
ming up their reasons for thinking
they have been 'good wives" they
Night' alwa>* mention that they are good
USO-
mothers
J-WB-Arm'eT-FoTcerServtce o- "jgtL+SL ffl {,"?/
ter tomorrow at 8:00 p.m. Master '" ?" *ey ,re f0od "**
I of Ceremonies is PFC. Johnny,kcepe"' t00'
;Fon'&n^hoMh1C*i.re!dv' WeU' "* m"n * comraon
;esawfshe?hinSlf ^*^'^Xi^*J8
mus as i stollai- irtit in th. mother. And most men expect a
Zlter. h.vS pSSd - ' ?Ut t0 nua^M9 g00d W
p4Tto*h!r ,251. Pr^rti0h.! St' woman can excel at both
was acUvin "ittlcTheater wort motherhood ,nd "keeping d
I western Canada work.UIl not be the kind of wife a man
"The^^m'as foilows: S M* with U * d"yS
clr^T^J^^cJrt' Most men need a whole lot more
GndSv ,d V L.. S *" J" knowing that the woman
PM GkSto.? m^Pfc Jln Nes? *"f re m*" . good
race Carpenter. I oramador are member A ,, needs", wom,n ho ,
been planned or given fw the Reservations for seats will be SL" >PS'iSmtt? PFC no i,nd understands him, who makes
,?o L i* IUr. accepted over Balboa 1513 du rpU^^VifeSho ComboG ^^,3^Sh^gS
he sets for himself, who makes
two groups * United aiea accepted over Balboa 1513 dm- Jov pianist directs the. Combo
Con,renen who will be on the jnR the daytlme and Balboa M a^nuPf}{ir RaT(D.nce), Nan
* fjii|<-swi-u "' ~jnr
Isthmus this weekend.
i in the evenings.
Last evening *"b!"_? Balboa Police Kids
the snb-conunittee clin Hon W|U ^ Togeth
Merchant Marine and nttwrics A| chrlstm|ls Part
f bmmlttee were guests * hfor Tre Balboa Branch of the
, n.ii... n!ht* recentton . ,.,, ,___ ...,,
Canal
Shufflin' Rag (Dance), Nancy
M.'!~ *5S(JS?l^il*it"i place"V/here he feels
1^?- !^i vi^* S-T^^11 needed and important, who either
or An-1Z r^mT, lMtruc-1 shares his outside interests or at
'least doesn't discourage them.
Jazz Symphony, PFC Bob Step-
rven *S"%% TE. ?SSTWS? J'SIftSTW- oVS t. of. An Lattin.
a Christmas Party for the |JU-|ttXu.*Hq. USA^RCARrarPrT
all Balboa District Police madflI ha.. ,nn-arMln th Tt
Vocal
71*1
La Bo._
be accompanied by Miss Emily
Butcher, Director of. Music lor
John S. Seybold dren of all Balboa District Pollce!mVd"orr.haTappeaiedo7^e* IMh-
Members of the Fable won personnel on Sunday. Dec. U,!mus n his "Jazxlocv" orocram
f^^,*,^i"Sr^*Bl,," 4:0 PM" thei^-n>r of hs"wngcomPgPFC
men la *f. w, PJL"to. PoHce ^6 iStephenson plans to continue with nmener, uirector m. mu.k.
of honor with their wiw his music foUowing his service! the Latin Ameirican Shools of the
morrwr at the Union Club at a For further information please career g Canal Zone.
reee#tlon tendered by Minister contact Mrs. Overall at 2-M67., Minuet (Dance, Ellen Rlelly and|
of Public Works Eric DHvalle. Mrs Peavlcy at 2-4437, or Mrs. Gary Brockwsy. Both are students Sailor's Hornpipe, The Brock-
Oat Monday evening there w' Trail, 2-1819. 101 Ann Lattin. I way Brothers. The dancers are
be eoekta.'! party at e unii- __ Modernalres Quartet). Ce cil,students of Ann Lattin.
t4 ?tes Embassy. Coco; Solo CPO Wives Club
-rihr
Caarter, Eustace Clark, Car Cad-
SSRui-. v.u Bni11- Eranklin Reece, Robert
, CPO W!ves beW wkg tnA Fred .Vel1. Tile
m-t?.y6mI-Mi!ld 'Moderuaireb.'' members -of- the
^Itth Room aboard < t n___!._.-_... i ,...
bniDiiaoj* *-w-aw >f>*v *- ...*- ^
the day on Monday, Welcone New Members
wh'ie J preimen I'thi M- ^ThaS|co Solo .fD
chant Marine nod FBpiher'es theirBuular mon__
romm'titee are holding hrj'hiwTuesufrin the Cltib Room; aboard Boca"lumnrGleo^tabrare"a
at Balboa Heights, the Public the Station. popular quartet group who have
Works dmmittee will visit the _.- t,vj been presented on the Variety
Panama Interior. They w'll he Plans were made for a .Bake Night pr0i[rams previously,
ecomoanied by Engineer Tomns Sale to be held Dec. S, and a. j,,,,, Danee Glenda Rje d
SS&iS^ th.^oVvM'S S' Se WS Sh H^P-P- Both are
Aaierican Highway. On Tuesday charities.
^?^tte^0i%?tl,nhtic ostessea for the luncheon Were
plat af interest on the Atlantic. Mrj) E Bjl)ev Mfs y GosMni
s,a'- ______ j Mrs. E. Heyn, and Mrs. J. Gauthi-
Mrs. Gayden Feins Entertains |er^cw jnemberg welcomed were
F*wMr"!"".i. r rom Mrs. M. Thorne, Mrs. P. Cyr.
Mrs. Oayden P>P of Gam- Mr5 T Emjth Mr8 p Crtuy
boa was hostess on Wednesday : and Mrg M mderwies.
evening at a dinner honorino; Tf)e meeting wag adjourned by
Mr. Charles L. Persons of St. Mrs Bettv Majors, president.
Petersburg. Fla.. on the occasion -------
ef his 79th birthday.
On hand to help celebrate
were Mrs. Persons and the cou-:
pie's, daughter and son-ln-lnw. |
Soft Shoe (Dance), The Hoch-
spahp Brother!, the Brockway
Brothirs, Larry HUbTsOn .
Musical Combo Rhythms, The
George Godoy Trio.
A invitation is extended to mi-
litary personnel, their families,
and to the public both of the Canal
Zone and the Republic of Panama
to attend.
Flower Show Monday
Will Show Decorations
For Christmas
bki uauKutcr " ou..--"-~j- The completion of the Flower
Mr. and Mrs. Charles E. Smith arrangcment Course at the Bal-
of SI Can-reio. and a few ether,b,,, YMCA USO will be featur-
close family friends. led by a big flower show on Mon--
The Persons returned to ran- day at g:oo P.M.
ama last week for a vialt ana l
will receive all their friends on The special theme this year will l
Tuesday evening at the Fern be Christmas arrangements. A
Room of the Tlvoli Guest House, special section of the show being
Th occasion marks their golden devoted to this subject. Every,
wedding anniversary. student will be expected to sub-,
-------- mit a Christmas arrangement.
Ticket Reservations For 'Rope' m addition to this special em-.
Being Accepted phasis. students will compete for
Ticket sales are under way for.awards in arrangements of fresh
the Theater Guild's forthcoming' cut flowers, dried and exotic, and
Don't be misled!
Disregard the price!
Demand ROUX TINT
at all times!
It enjoy: tne largest sales volume In Panama, united
States and other countries, mainly because It does net
create difficulties with your hair. It does not itch or
otherwise bother your scalp I
It never fails to give the results desired!
Distributor in the Republic of Panama and
the Canal Zone
JULIO VOS
Ni J "A*1 Street >- Tel 2-M71, Panama
REX PHARMACY
COLON
production of 'Rope' which
opens Monday for a five-day run
at the Ancon playhouse.
fruits and vegetables. They are
judged on the basis of original de-
sign condition of materials, rela-
Fra Plehoner is directing tion of material to containers bai-
th; play by Patrick Hamilton, anee, use of IntereaUng material
author also of "Gaslight" I and and correct * ^T.h:
"Haneover fiouare The Flower Show next Monday
The* Tast1 incl u d e s John I is open to the public without
Mayles, A. J. Carothers, H- Rus- charge.
RELEASE
GANGSTERS, THEIR PRIVATE AND PUBLIC
PROBLEMS AND THEIR LOVES LIVES in
"THE NAKED STREET"
TODAY at the -CENTRAL"
SHOWING AT YOVR SERVICE
CENTER THEATRES TODAY
M-roft has -gone Hollywood," and, what's
mor?S. ffita*r. the ait thing that ever happened to
^'Anne, fresh off a brilliant performance in 'New York
93ssjn w " SSL *fsxs
Sari rtSij^ n suspend, sex and violence. THE
NAKED* STREET' fir ds Anne co-starred with Farley Gran-
ger, Anthony tjalnn and Peter Gravea.
DIABLO HTS. :15 l:3J
Juna STEWART
O Jun ALLYSON
'Strategic Air Command'
Vlsl Vision Colar I
Sun "MISTEa ROBr.aTS '
MARGARITA g:lS 1:11
Betty GXABLI
Jck LSMMON
"THREE FOR THE SHOW
CliwnaScopc CoUrl
GAMBOA >>
FIRE OVER AFRICA"
Sa>. -INTERBUrrED MELOOT"
"Strai*rW Air
GATCN 1:M
"Man from Bitter Ridge'
Sun. "THBItr. FOR THE SHOW
CRISTOBAL t:15 1:05
lr-lMltlM*
O Jack WEBB
"DRAGNET"
. Color!
SuMay "ATTLE CBT*
lALftOA^H&-M
OLIVIA de HAVILLAND
GILBERT ROLAND
That IAOV
PAUL SCOFIELO
ClNi VA5rOP
a
auto Mton^t st
PARASO
"TEN WANTED
:15 7:41 ILj
CD MEN" | j"
AND MONDAV:
LA BOCA '
H Cm, ffm Omw toau
SANTA CRUZ :15 1:21 [CAMP BIERD 1:15 1:4
"CARMEN JONES" I'taae of The Red Monkey"
HE'S ZOO NHAPPY-Looking glumly into space is "Andy,*'
the sad-faced orangutan at the Bronx Zoo in New York City. He
seems to agree with a lot of visitors to the city who say New York
is a nice place to visit but "I wouldn't want to live there." "Andy"
would give anything to be back in -Borneo, but he's "barred" from
traveling.
, '
M WATCH"
it's automatic!
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.. '1
.Jorge Garcia Arosemena/M.D.
ORTHOPEDIC SURGERY SPECIALIST
(fractures, bone and joint diseases)
OFFICE HOURS: ,
Monday through Friday: 11 12 noon and 2 I p.m.
Saturday................ 10 to 1 p.m.
Located at the "Centijo Mdico" (SOth Street and
Cuba Avenue)
fflce: 3-gK Ties.: S-M36

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A UTO MAT I
ft .' > as
SELF WINDING-DUST TIGHT.'C
WATERPROOF NON MAQNETIC 1
INTERNAL SHOOK ABSORBERS J
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I Jobefn ati
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NAT MNDEZ

JEWELRY
Plan to attend. Church this Sunday
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AT THE
FIRST BAPTIST
. BALBOA HEIGHTS, C. Z.


T?-Street No, 15-----Panama

1
9:30BIBLE SCHOOL (Classes for all ages)
IO:40^MORNINO WORSHIP
"OUTSIDE THE CAMP, WITH CHRIST"
Hebrews 13:16-26
6:30B.T.U. (Training in Christian Living)
7:30EVANOELISTIC SERVICE
"IS PROTESTANTISM A SPENT FORCE
or
WHAT IS CHRISTIANITY?"
COMPLETE NURSERY SERVICE *- SPECIAL MUSIC
CHILDREN'S CHAPEL -r- 10:40 Robert Snyder
RADIO OUTLET HOXO
Pastor W. H. BEEBY Speaking
EVERYBODY WELCOME

jbodif fkadL ^IciJJfisidi.
What's the time-tested way
to relieve a !
HEADACHE?
What brings relief that's
FASTandOENTlE?
What's easy to take and
PIEASANTTASUNG?
SPEEDY
Alka-Seltzer
SPEEDY
Alka-Seltzer

SPEEDY
Alka-Seltzer
For over 20 years people have relied
on Alaa-Seltxer to soothe away the
misery of a Headache. Thu tuna-tested
remedy contains on* of the most useful
pain-f eheveri there is sodium acety I
talicylate-nand sparkling effervescence
helps this powerful pain-relievar work
fast. In fact, tests prove that the system
absorbs mot pain-reliever faster
from Alka-Sattser!
Always insist on Alka-Soltser, in the
amiliar blue package.
4ralabl in rakw or 8 or 35 lakMi.
or^t mnl)-tmbhi pflnju.
2V*l DRIVE-IN
WEEKEND RELEASE!
I MdaWtsaM SawFstfsj -Wm\
Ml fllaf WfMt fMrtg TfJff
mi1iHiilT'r>
Triad and True PWosont-Tastina. Faster, To*
TODAY
AT 11:00 P.M.
8PECIAL MIDNIGHT SHOW!
ACT OF LOVE
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Highlights in the World of Sports

i
LET'S FACE IT, BUDMan without the face here is Don Paul
of the Cleveland Brjwns, who has just knocked down a pass
intended for Vic Janowicz, of the Washington Redskins
Game, played in the capital, went to the Browns, 24 to 14
SOMETHING TO REMEMBER The cup it the Temple Gwath-
mey Steeplechase handicap trophy, being decided at Bel-
mont Park, New York. The two gentlemen are the first and
the last winners of the cup. At left ia Lawrence R. Troiano
of Port Washington. L. I. whose horie won the 1954 affair;
at ntht ia Robert C. Winmill of New York, 1924 winner.
FORM OF A TRACKMANIllinois' Abe Woodson puts on the^L
. hurdle act as he get* up and over the defense to ramble for B
I 25 yards during game with Minnesota at Champaign, 111.
J Hat nilni won it, 4 to 13, in a hard-fought Big Ten game.
KINS' '(aits Byndieatt


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Ed Monahan, Tugerson Mound Opponents Tonight
Reason's Second Game
To Be 'Righty' Battle
THE STANDINGS
Teams Won Lost
Chesterfield.......... 1 0
SpurCola............ 0 0
Carta Vieja..........

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LAST NIGHT'S RESULT: OPEN DATE
TONIGHTS GAME (Olympic Stadium)
Carta Vieja (Monahan) vs. Spur Cola
(Trice or Gugerson)
Game Time: 7:30.
By J.J. HARRISON JR.
Al Kubski's Carta Vieja Yankees, still smarting
from Thursday's opening night 5 to 1 was nffmd
at the hands of the Chesterfield Smokers, will at-
tempt to break into the win column tonight when
they engage Leon Kellman's Spur Cola Sodamen in
the second game of the season.
Yesterday Kubskl named aa
his starting pitcher Ed Mona-
han, a lervlceman, and tne
property of the Kansas City
Athletics who waa signed local-
ly
The Yankee pilot also revealed
that hla lineup will be the same
as Thursday night's, providing
Kellman does not come up witn
a southpaw hurler.
If a lefty opens on the mound
for the Sodamen, Kubskl wlU
use GTFP Dickens, who was
on third Base Thursday nlgHt,
in left field. Corky Glamp
would take ter the hot cor-
ner. Dan Porter, a left-handed
batter, played left field In the
opener. _,. .
With portsider Vlbert Clarke
reported to be a holdout up to
this morning, a right hander
should be on the, hill for the
8odamen tonight, unless Clarke
signs up before game time.
This would leave the pitching
chores up to Big Bob Trice and
Jim Tugerson, both right hana-
Trlce, who played with Co-
lumbus, Class AAA American
Association fast season, was ;a
bright pitching prospect of the
Kansas City Athletics up to
1154. He has at least one white-
washing of the New York Yan-
kees to his credit.
Tugerson saw action with
Dallas, Class AA Texas League,
last season. The Alabaman
made headlines several years
ago when he tried to crash
the color barrier In the Class
C Cotton States League.
Tugerson had been signed by
the Hot Springs club and rather
than play in a loop that used a
Negro, tnree teams dropped out
of the eifbt-club circuit. He left
Hot Springs and moved up to
Dallas where he became a sen-
sation as he helped to move the
Eagles into the playoffs for the
first time in seven years.
Another newcomer who will
be in the Sodamen's lineuo to-
night is outfielder John Glenn
who was with Pueblo, Class A
Western League, during the past
summer.
Glenn was a teammate of Spur
Cola shortstop Clarence Moore
whose good work with Pueblo
has earned him a promotion to
Portland, Open Classification
Pacific Coast League.
The Sodamen's probable line-
up and batting order for to-
night Is as follows:
Alonso Brathwa'te 2b
Clarence Moore as
Hector Lopes lb
John Glenn ef
Leon Kellman e
Harold Gordon lb
Pepe Osorio rf
Reinaldo Grenald If
Trice or Tugerson p
The weather appears to have
cleared up at last after a long
rainy season and another large
crowd is expected to be on hand
tonight.
Logart Easily
Whips Akins;
Wants Basilio
NEW YORK. Dec. i (UP I
Isaac Logart. the young hurri-
cane from Camaguey, Cuba, de-
clared himself ready today for
a shot at the welterweight crown
once worn by townsman Kid
Gaviln because of his easy re-
verse victory last night over Vir-
gil Aklns in their return fight.
But matchmaker Billy Brown
said Isaacs title desires were
a bit premature and he would
try to nalr him with ex-champ
Tout DeMareo or fourtb-rank-
M Vines Martines an Janu-
ary.
With astounding ease, Logart
won a unanimous 10-round de-
cision last night in Madison
Square Garden over Aklns of
St Louis, who had taken a split
verdict in their first fight at St.

Yankees Yogi Berra Named
1955s Most Valuable Player
NEATMrs. Marion Cunning-
ham caught this channel bass,
practically half as big as her-
self, off Halteras Island, N.C.
She stands five feet, weighs 100
pounds. The Ash scales 49
pounds, the year's record for
such a catch by a woman.
Grace Argo, Don Ryter,
Ida Strauss, Bob Connor
Star In School Swim Meet
Moore Sprains
Ankle; London
Bout Postponed
LONDON, Dec 3(UP)Pro-
moter Jack Solomons announc-
ed today that the world cruiser. -
weight title fight between hold-
er Archie Moore of the United
States and Yolande Pompey of
Trinidad, scheduled for January
10 at Earls Court Stadium, has
had to be postponed because
Moore has sprained an anule.
The colored American bog- .
er's manager, Charlie John-
ton, yesterday cabled Solo-
mons: "Moore badly sprained
ankle utterly Impossible must
hare new date."
The news threw a bombshell
into Solomon's plans. On con-
tacting the Earls Court Stndium
[authorities he found the 18,000
capacity arena is booked up for
a long time ahead, and "A new
date for the fight will depend
on when they can fit me in,"
Solomons said.
Moore was scheduled to arrive
in Condon from New York this
week-end, remaining here until
the Jan. 10 fight. A number of
social engagements, reception,
etc., had been prepared for the
, champ.
There Is no other Indoor are-
ina in the London area with the
crowd cap"city necessary for
'such a bout.
Mesnwhle, Solomons said
he already was eighty per cent
sold out on advance bookings
and he had been returning
monev for hundred* of seats
already booked. He had confi-
dently anticipated announcing:
a complete sell out about three
weeks before the Jan. It date.
Pompey was scheduled to move
Into a specially constructed
eymnaslum at Devises next week
to begin training.
The Bulldogs of Balboa, the
Tigers from Cristobal, and the
College Green Devils put on tne
first interseholastlc swim meet
of the season at the Balboa Pool
on Friday afternoon.
The Cristobal team although
small in numbers "'"
fair share of honors with Grace
Aran leading the way with a
double win the Wand 100 free-
style olus anchoring the nrrt
place free style relav team. Dou-
ble winners for BHR "Don
Ryter Ida Straus, Bob Connor
and BUI Hatchett.
The next meet will be held at
the Oatun Pool. Friday, Decem-
ber 9 at 2:19 p.m.
Results: (AH distances an
asters)
56 FS Girls
1. Argo :33-6
2. Ransom (B>
3. Entelke 4. Hickev
M FS Boys
1. Rvter (B) :1M
2. Magee
3. Dobrowolski (B>
4. Trower IB)
IN Breast Girls
1. Dub* 1:57.
IN Breast Boy
1. 8chroeder 'B) 1:316
2. Hlvosa 3. Hitchcock (B>
4. Maxwell JC)
SN FS Girts
1. Straus (Bt 3:05
J. Crosbv (B)
296 FS Boy
1. Connor 3:244
1 BarWer (B)
8. Parrot
4. Maxwell
10 Hi Girls
1. Straui iPi 1:38.5
2. Argo (Ci
3 Radell <
IN Back Boya
1. Connor (B) 1:16.4
2. Days (Bt
8. Leisy (B>
4. Sadler (B>
IN Batterflv Girls
1. Crosby (B) 1:524
2. 8. Barlow (B>
IN Butterfly Boya
1. Halvosa (B) 1:30
>.. Nahmad (B>
3. Schroeder 4. os Londes IB*
IN FS Gwh
1. Art-o (C) 1:21.2
". Ransom fB)
3. Fnrelke 'B)
4. Louis hf)
IN FS Bora
1. Linfors (B) 1:005
2. Ma**e (B>
3. Jenkins (Ri
4. Dor-wolsVl (B>
Diving 3 nit Boys
t. Hstcheit B)
>. Wehar (n
3. Maxwell
4. BJ"k fP>
1M Ind Med. Girls
J. Wbe'en '*> 1:51.5
2. R^H T
IN In*. Med Boys
j. Tt*r (> 1:30.4
9. Jnfor* 3. Le'"* i*
IN Me*. Rel. Girls
1. nitwa ?:!* 'traus, Eb-
ertns. v*"b. Fr>v IN Med. Rel. Bovs
1, P-'H- 1:5'6 (Dar*, nltch-
eo*tr wolves. TWfowki)
?. Hs'bo- (JHsy. Behroeder.
Nahma* Tr*#r
IN F* '. Girts
t. rvuo-al 1:M (Louis. Ra-
de. H'"vv, *ve
2 .' /arlow. T Howe.
Crosby. ""-'
IN FR H.
1 IN 1:2*7 f 'v. Ma-
ge-. Tir'ors, ronnori
a.J
Nicholas Arena. Aug. 8.
Aklns, weighing 147 pounds
to the Cuban's 144 i, fought
like a man In a daae during
most of the dull, hoet-provek-
lag exhibition, which was tele-
vised and broadcast at'onal-
ly. He lacked aggressiveness.
elusiveness, hitting ace a nicy
and punching sing.
Wm
TOURNAMENT
At the annual banquet of the
Panama Marlln Club last night,
prizes and awards for the fourth 11 battery.
womanLena Burchett113 lbs.
Auto Servicio5 WSW tires and
International Marlln Tournament
were awarded. John J. Mc Cona-
ghy, with his outstanding catch
of the largest marlin (901 lbs.),
which is a Panama Bay record
won the trophy awarded by the
President of Panama Ricardo M.
Arias and the permanent trophy
awarded by the Governor of the
Canal Zone John S. Seybold, as
well as the Panama Marlin Club
trophy and many otherprizes.
Below is a list of the winners
ef the tournament and their priz-
es.
Panana Marlia Club Prises
Largest Marlin, John J. MeCo-
nagby901 lbs.
i aid largest marlin, L. R. Burns
748 lbs.
3rd largest marlin, Sam R.
Moody-6M Vi lbs.
4th largest marlin, John J. mc-
Conaghy-45 lbs.
5th largest marlin, David L.
Bishop-448 lbs.
Largest striped marl, Mathilda
McConaghy-139 lbs.
7th largest marlln, Sam n.
Moody-328 lbs.
8th Isrgest marlin, Nell Doher-
ty314 lbs.
Largest sailfish, Rafael Mates
132nd Urgest sawfish, T, H. Bry-
mer130 lbs. ... _
3rd largest sailfish, Melvra C.
Hawkms-128 lbs.
4th largest sailfish, William R.
Bailey123 lbs.
5th largest sailfish, Dr. Rojellio
Ariss122 lbs. .
Largest other species, Katnryn
Melssner-69 lb. Amberjack.
2nd largest other species, Felu
Abadia--52 lb. Amberjack.
3rd largest other species. Peter
A. Terticla-43 lb. Amberjack
Largest dolphin, John Mitchua-
sea35 lbs.
2nd largest dolphin, John McCo-
naghy-32V bis.; Robert Roche
32V* lbs., tie.
Heaviest fish caught by a wom-
an, other than above, Lena Bur-
chett, 112 lb. Sailfish.
By ED SAINSBURY
CHICAGO, Doc. 8 (UP)YO-
(l Berra, stubby New York Yan-
N catcher, today was namea
the American League's most val-
uable player for 1955.
He became the third player
ever to win the honor three
times and also the third, player
ever to win the award In con-
secutive years. His previous se-
lections were In 1S51 and 1954.
Twenty-four baseball writ-
ers, three In each member ci-
ty In the lea*-nr, voted, and
Berra, with seven first place
selections, finished with 218
points. Each writer named 19
players, Detroit's Al Kaline, league
batting; champion, was secon '
College Cage Scores
Thursday Night
EAST
St Josephs (Pa) N, Ferdham 71
Lasalle SI. Millervllle 79
Seton Hall 93, Toronto N
Muhlenberg 88, Kutstown U
Lebanon Valley 77, Dlek'nson
(Fa) 87
St. Anselms (NH) 95, HUlyer 78
Caistas 91, Gannon (Pa) 58
KnaxvUle 93, Blue field (WVa) 78
West Va. State 95, Wllberforce
(O) 78
Merrhnae 85, Mass. Maritime 63
(overtime)
Bloemsburg 81, Cheney (Fa) N
Westfleld Tears 79, Wllllmantlc
55
St. Peters (NJ) 87, Qu'nnlplac
(Conn) fl
Montclalr 86, Dist. of Columbia
Tchrs 75.
NY 91, NY SUte Maritime 51
Templa 87. Albright 56
Lemoyne (NY) 78, Siena 71
Niagara 77, Buffalo Tchrs 51
with 201 points, narrowly edging Connecticut 91, American Intl. 78
Morehead (By) 138, Centre 79
Memphla St. 138, Union (Tenn)
78
Eastern Kentucky 118, Union
(By) N
Bethel (Tenn) 77, Freed-flaTdo-
snaa 87
Mississippi 113, Howard (Ala)
82
Kentucky rVoaleyan 98, Berea 65
Louisiana Tech M, Arkansas
Tech 61
Southwestern (Tenw> SB, Mill-
saps 46
Tenn Weslcyan 85, Hlwaaseo 46
Western N. Car. 14, Carson-New-
man 83
Stetson 89, Florida Southern 78
Flak 63, Alabama A and M 51
MIDWEST
1st sailfish caughtClifford Oil-
lock 130 lbs.Coca ColaPorta-
ble Cooler.
Largest sailfish on 27 lb. test
linei'. H. BrymerISO lbs.Na-
tional Distiller1 case of Age-
wood.
Largest DolphinJohn Mitchus-
sen35 lbs.Sam FriedmanCa-
bana Swim Suit
3rd largest dolphinBob Roche
Johnny McConaghyTie 32Mi
lbs.Texas Oil Company 825.00
hi tackle.
Largest sailfishRafael Mstos
-137 lbs. Caita ViejaCarton
liquor.
4th largest dolphln-W. J. Tut-
Ue31 lbs.Tropical Radio O-
verseas Telephone coll.
th largest dolphin 30 lbs.
James K. NelsonCarta Vieja
Carton Liquor.
6th largest dolphin30 lbs. Bob
McUheeCervecera National 2
cases beer.Tie.
7th largest dolphin29 lbs. Ga-
briel JuradoCervecera Nation-
al1 caso beer.
8th largest dolphin29 lbs. Ches-
ter LuhrCoppertone Beach
BagTie.
Largest dolphin on 10 lb. test
linoGabriel Jurado39 Jbs. Pa-
nama Auto Pllars kit.
Largest tunaJoe Schaffer18
lbs.ElgaS50.00 letter of credit.
2nd largest turnSam Field
17 lbs.Casa Chacon $15.00 in
tackle.
3rd largest tunaOscar John-
sonw/t lbs.General Paint Co.
Gallon Marine Paint.
Largest Amberjack Kathryn
Meissner66 lbs.Harry Altraan
12 shirts.
2nd largest AmberjackF e 11 x
Abada52 lbs.Inversiones Ge-
nera lesDo-All-Lantern.
3rd largest AmberjackP a t e r
Torticia43 lbsFirestone Auto
Accessory.
Largest wahooBob Roche39
Ibe.-Charlle Beeson 885.00 ia
tackle.,
2nd Isrgest wahooa-Auturo Vial
out Cleveland'a Al Smith, who
had 200. Veteran Ted Williams
of Boston finished fourth with
143 points and Mickey Mantle,
Yankee center fielder, fifth witn
113*
Berra appeared In 147 *ame5
this year, batting .272 with 27
home runs and 108 runs' batted
in. He had a .984 fielding aver-
age, making 13 errors In 775
chances. His lifetime batting av-
erage for an even 1.200 Ameri-
can League games is .293 witn
1.322 hits and 898 runs batted
in. He has hit 208 home runs
during his career.
At his park Ridge. N.J., home
Berra said he was "terrifically
Suffolk 71, MTT 17
Buffalo Univ. 85. Brockport 87
w?Stal*tw (P*> ' Bethany
(WVa) 57
Carnegie Tech 74, Youngstown
Hofstra 58, FalrfieM (Conn) 39
Curry (Masa) 78, Harvard D'-
vlnlty 35
Fanser 82, Kings (Del) 88
SOUTH
Louisiana Col. 84, Louisiana St.
Tennessee N, Georgia 87
Richmond 81, Hampden-Sydney
I"'*1! Tee* IN. Gnilford 88
happy and a little bit surprised" ri,2i,.,*rw.,!ri,8ta,.M
to win the award. He said he'*"' * , GaUaudet M
"thought I had a chance but fit- r,75*F,lta* M- MeCrary Eagles
Detroit 77, Notre Dame 71
Dayton 75. Fopperdtne 88
M'asouri 71, South Dakota 46
Tnlsa 48. Texas A and M 41
Butler 67, Wisconsin 63
Oklahoma C. 63, Emporio St. 44
DepanI 84, Illinois Wesleyan 66
Southwestern Okla. N, Ft. Rays
St. 61
St. Benedicts (Kan) 78, McPher-
son4S
KirksvSle (Mo) 187, Iowa Wes-
leyan 78
St. Norbert (Wls) S3, Mission
House 72
Lacrosse (Wls) 71, Luther (la.)
Whitewater 79. Carroll (Wls). 64
Central Okla 63, Southwestern
(Kan) 62
Roekhnrst U, Nebraska Wesle-
yan N
ured Al Kaline might beat me
out."
Berra, 36 years old. broke
into baseball In 1N3 with Nor
folk In the Piedmont League.
Though he was in military
service In 1944 and 1945, ho
was on the Kansas City ros-
ter. In 1946 he batted .314 for
Newark in 77 games and made
his. first appearance with the
Yankees, hitting .364 in seven
games.
Loyola 88, Chris
N. Orleans
Broth. 51
8. Carolina N, The Citadel N
Oftenary 74, Southern State
(Ark) 61
Middle Tenn 83, Belmont (Tenn)
51
Piedmont N. Berry 76
VanderMIt 84, Sewanee 45
Alabama 95, Jackson vile (Ala)
Wash-Lee 193. Brldgewater 67
Howard (DC) N, Vlrg. State N
Western Kentucky M, Gus-Adol-
Phus 62
Largest fish on 9 thread, T. H.136Vs lb.Novey'sportable Bar-
Brymer130 lb. Sailfish m beque Pit.
Largest fish on 6 thread, John
Cecil-104 lb. Sailfish; Kathryn
Meissner104 lb. Sailfish, tie.
Largest fish on 3 thread, Ga-
briel Jurado-29 lb. Dolphin.
Donated Prises
Largest marlin901 lbs.'-John
3rd largest wahooBill Adams
-31 lb. Carta Vieja-Carton Li-
quor.
Largest wahoo on 27 lb. test
lineWilliam S. Hall 30 lb.
ArmourHam.
Largest mackerelBetty Forge-
son11 lb.Felix B. Madura
McConsghy-Carta Vieja-Carton m(.rrha use
drlcks 4V4 lbCoppertone
He played with the Yankees
steadily from 1947 through 1955!
with his best year In 1950 when|r
he batted 322 in 151 games and G^rfet#WB (DC> American
in seven World Series, setting a'_.? Jl .. ,
record last October for most: f"V ". ** 32
games by a catcher in World L M"rtal 111, Tuscnlam
Series play.
The only other players to win
the most valuable player award
three times were Jimmy Foxx,'
1932-33 and 1938, and Joe Di"
Magglo. 1939. 1941 and 1947. Hal
Newnouser of Detroit won the
trophy In consecutive years al-
so, 1944-45.
McConsghy275* lb. F. Icaza
$25.00 merchandise.
Hard Luck Boat PrizeNola
Galun To Honor
National AAU Jr.
Olympic Champions
Wayne (Neb) 73, Omaha N
Mayvllle Tehre IN, Man'toba 78
Cornell (la) 97, Dubuaae 79
Coo N, Simpson 66
Springfield 78, Ft. Leonard Wood
67
Marietta N, West Va. Wesleyan
Ohio Wesleyan S3, Kenyan 68
St. Olaf 68, St. Johns (Minn) 67
Hamllne 74, Eau Claire 71
Augsburg is?, Wartburg 94
MacAlester 91, Carle ton 71
Trl-State (Ind) 76, Assumption
(Qnt) 63
Anderson 71, Central St (Ohio)
79
Manchester 89, Bluff ton 51
Vlncennes 185, Lindsey-Wilson
55
lnd'ana Central 95, Indiana St
81
Wabash 68, St. Josephs (had) 57
Western Michigan 87, Detroit
Tech. 63
Calvin 76, Albion 83
Ferris 79. Aqnlnas (Mich) 73
Qulncy (III) 73, Southeast Mis-
souri 52
Central Michigan 182, Alma 88
' SOUTHWEST
Panama Marlln Club OfficerTo | first, second and third places In
Case of Grant Scotch.
10th largest marlin301 lbs.
E. B. Walkerfuerza y Lu
Beach Bag.
Largent runnerM. L. Lev e i
13 lb.Coppertone Beach Bag.
mm m tackle SmaUert marlln ;-^^yC^^O.cu r
BoTydlyBrMosC^Round Trip"* & ** '"* lb" *"*
Rica.
be a surprise.
Special muffers award TOP
SECRET F. VioletteSurprise
sward.
Largest marlin on lightest tac-
S'.h. R. Bums285Mi lb. on 24
readSears RoebuckDehumi
difier.
Smallest fish on hook and line
Dr. StrumpfH. R. K a a p p
Fishing kit.
Smallest fish on heaviest taeke
Sgt. Edgar PolkWm. A. Vio-
lette Supply Service300' nylon
cord.
TROPHY AWARDED BY
PRESIDENT OF THE REPUB-
LIC OF PANAMA
WON BY JOHN J. MCCONAGHY
FOB HIS Nl POUND BLACK
marlm
First Marlin caught by a wom-
anTilly McConaghy139 lbs.
Shaw'sTea Set,
Cspt. of boat catching largest
marlin-Yacht "Viking" Smoot
It Paredes$100.00 letter of cred-
ittransfer.
First marlin caughtJohn J.
M-Conaghy275V4 lbs.Coco Co-,
laPortable Cooler.
Largest sailfish caught
by a

RELEASE
THE SLEEPING TIGER" ee
IS A VERY UNUSUAL DRAMA, FULL OF SUSPENSE
TODAY at the "LUX" Theatre
Offering a completely out-of-the-ordinary subject, '"THE
iMCTlOsa? which RKO Radio wUI release at the
ttX Theatre, starting Friday stars Atoaje Smith and Alex-
ander Knox wRh Dtrk Bogarne and la based on a psyehoso-
gteal theme highly praises by the world critics for Hs sin-
gularity and the excellent manner In which the plot is pat
together.
The story revolves around the experiment of a psychia-
trist to reform a habiUal criminal who tried to bold him J
up and rob him. This delineoeot ia given the choice ef go-
ing U Jail or living in the Doctor's house for six months as
his "guinea nk." Advt.
TROPHY AWARDED BY GOV-
ERNOR J. S. SEYBOLD
WON BY JOHN J. MrCONAGHY
FOR HIS 991 FOUND BLACK
MARLIN
Southeast Okla 85. Arkansas 44
Texas Christian 91, Anst n 7
Southern Methodist 88, North
Texas 67
Howard- Payne 51, Baylor 49
Awards will bo presented to llex** M> w,rt "f^"
Houston 77, Sam Houston St. 65
Texas A and I 86, Texas Lathe-
rs n 5
Hardln-Sim. 192, Corpus Chrlstl
Untr. 48
Snl Rosa 72. Abilene Christian 59
N. Mexico
the Atlantic side children taking
the National A.A.U. Junior -
lympics at a special presenta-
tion ceremony and party at the
Oatun Oym, Monday, Dg*. 3 at
7:00 p.m.
The National A.A.U.
Olympics championship swim-
ming meets are held througn-
out the United States. Cham
plons are determined from com-
Texas Western 76,
Western 81
Junior Eastern N. Mexico 83, St. Mi-
chaels 83
Rice S3, St. Marts (Tex) 88
FAR WEST
Utah State 68, Idaho State 64
Paring the times taken from all Denver 61. Colorado M'nes 88
the meets held throughout the Portland Univ. 66. Portland St
country. 1 5s
Fifteen first, second and third Eastern Oregon 96, Whitman M)
places were won by Canal Zone Ricks 79. Western Montana 71
children, ten of these by At la n- Col. of Pacific 63, Sat ramate
tic Side youngsters, eight of! St.53 '
these from Oatun. Terry 81augh- Redlands 75, Chapman 74
Bach Bag.
Largest PompanoJohn Hanna-
man-6 lb.-CoppertoneB e a c h
Bag.
I-argest CorbiesElmer Orr
13 IbPorrasWaterproof Watch.
2nd largest CoMnaSam Moodv
El Economic 0Pr. Men s
shoe: William C. BeOev-Ri Eco
nomiccPr. Men's Shoes-Tie
Largest SnapperK*n L M i d-
dleton42V4 lb.-Kbdak R e 11-
nete Camera.
2nd largest Snapper L e 0 a
Green-7V* lb.-Clay Products -
Ceramic Vase.
Largest fish on soinmn tsekie
K L. Mlddleton-ll lb. Rooster-
n*h-Mrtinei Case Whlskev
2nd Isrgest fish on spuming
tsckle-Elmer Orr-13 lb. Corti-
naAbernarhy Sporting Goods,
Soinnine Rod.
Most fih (sa> released bv one
boat-"Vik'""-Hotel El Pana-
maCase Champagne.
Roat raMilnr. latest flab
..vivin- "-Balboa Yacht Club
Outstanding catchlohn J. Mc-
rooaeh'-9"l "> MartinPanama
'B^d ReelTrophy.
Boat releasln nd-or bc*tln
most saUfish"Viking- Boyd
1 lu..-Martne Policy.
Capt. of boat releasing most
,a|i"Viking '-Duleido Conxalei
_Shower Door.
6th largest ssflfiahF. W rs-
ibrv_m Ib.-flrst National City
l^hSS 2B5JK SSw H Us^^Idi-vM.-l F.M.C.
Sth larsest ailfish-Jorge Sal- -PMC. Boat Trtpny.
darriaga-114 lb. Panama A-l-------------
morleanone year suMcnptior.. m*jvrn.Ltl
Urgest flab on 12 lb. tost Une| FOOTBALL
-David Hartwell-15 lb. dolphm ^ ---ei
r ira S2S SO merchandise. The United Press has namea
~Lsrse\t'fS VnTib "S5 line AU Amoriean halfback How.ru
_ks Meissner-Jehn CecU (Tie)'"HopaJons'-Caasady as back of
104 lb SaUfish-F. Icaia- 8.0S,the year. The Ohio State red-
merchandise. I head received 155 of the 30b
nth larsest marlia L. R .votes of s P 0 r t scasters and
Bums885H B).-F. Iessa-885.60 sports wriUrs all over the coun
ndixe. try All America "
SERVICE AWARDS
Largest FishS-Sgt. W. Sprin-
kles- P-e-805-Individual P.M.C.
Trophy.
2nd Isrgest figh-M-Sgt. E. B.
Walker-Q-M-Indivldual P. M. C.
Trophy.
3rd largest fishColonel H. 8.
Tubbs4-56Individual P.M.C.
Trophy.
Most Sailfish-M-Sgt. Edgar
Price-Q-56Individual P. M. C.
Trophy. ,
Largest Sallfish-SP2 Melvin
C. Hawkins, Jr. -4J-56-Indlvidusl
P.M.C. Trophy.
2nd largest Ssilfish-Cspt. T. C.
Clsiborne P-6-805 Insidvidual P.
M.C. Trophy.
Urgest SsUflsh-Q-56-, U. S.
Army-PMC. Bost Trophy.
Urgest MarlinP-6-805. U. 8.
Air ForceP.M.C. Boat Trophy.
Urgest Dolphin Enl James
C. DrumhellerOld Man Indi-
vidual P.M.C. Trophy.
Urgest WahooSP2 Melvm C.
Hawkins. Jr. Q-56Indivldusl
P.M.C. Trohpy.
Urgest AmberjchCdr. D. H.
MorsasOld Man-Individual P.
M.C. Trophy.
Urgest Tuas-ENL L. K. I-
rieksoa Eureka-Indivldual P.M.
2nd largest TunsSFC Robej*
ter, George Slaughter, George
Cotton and Tom Dugan were ail
members of a winning relav
team, as was Pat Daly, Helen
George, Charleen Gravea and
Linda Cockroft. Helen George
also took a second and third
place In individual races. Char-
leen Graves also took a second
place.
The Oatun Civic Council is
sponsoring a special presenta-
tion ceremony and party when
the awards will be presented to
these champions. The public Is
I cordially Invited to come and
honor these youngsters.
Los Angeles St. 73. Uverne 71
Pasadena Nasarene 88, Pomona-
Oar 81
San Bernardino 64, Antelope
Valley 52.
TOPS IVY LEAGUE
New Haven. Conn. (NEA)
Al Ward of Yale topped Ivy
League scorers with 66 points.
focfov Encanto .35 30
In Cinemascope I
Robert Rvan. in
"HOUSE OF BAMBOO"
Plus: Molra Shearer, in
"Man Who Loved Redheads"
Today IDEAL 2S-.1S
Charlton Heston. In
"SECRET OF THE TNCAS"
Ginger Rogers, in
"TMALE"
tiidj new meeting ,/loce
of Hit lots crowd!
every FRIOAY and SATURDAY
midnite to 4: JO a.m.
Bay alas plays M
It
the new "KING
of the KEYBOARD"
playa for
your pleasure
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Panama American
"Let the people know the truth and the country is $afe" Abraham Lincoln.
Read story on page 9
Impassive
GM Chief
Berated
JUt TEA
PANAMA, R. P.. SATURDAY, DECEMBER 3, 1SS
FIVE CENT
PLENTY OF SNOW IN BUFFALODowntown Buffalo, N.Y., and the surr
JH^a blanket of white after almost 18 tache..of snow-fell causing
M ilc tleuM In history. In the center of picture la the newBuffa
and the surrounding area is cover-
__ one of the worst traf-
Buffalo Skyway.
Little League
Girls 9, Boys 4
Segregationist Georgia Governor
Tries To Wreck Sugar Bowl Game
WASHINGTON, Dec. 3 (UP) -
Harlow H. Curtice, General Mo-
tors president, listened 1 mp a s-
sively yesterday as one of hit
own. automobile dealers denounc-
ed him to Senate investigators as
"an arrogant, selfish dictator
a bully of the
rude."
greatest magi.
M. H. Yager, of Albany. N. Y.,
a Pontlac dealer who made the
charge* in a letter to a*'Senate
subcommittee sat crooa a table
from Curtice while hit statement
was bfing read.
ATLANTA, Dec. 3 (UP) Marv- Bowl classic at New Orleans. Jan.'Dame team in 1953 that included Griffin had promised to uphold
in Griffin, who became governor] 2. 'three Negro squadmen. the creed that white blood u in-
on a vow to keep the races apart, When the first ripple of protest Dodd accepted the Sugar Bowl violate as espoused by Talmadge
demanded action yesterday to pre-came from Georgia sources a-invitation without reservation, it.and his father, the late Eugene
vent Georgia Tech from playing a- gainst the "mixed game" two days was learned, fully aware that Talmadge.
gainst a Negro in the Sugar Bowl ago, Pitt said it would use Grier
and said the "battle is joined" on
the whole question of Integration.
"Hie South stands at Armaged-
don," said the outspoken disciple
of the Talmadge school of segre-
gation. ____
We cannot make the slightest
concession 19 the enemy in this
Thirteen babies were born at
Coco Solo Hospital during. the|d;rkTn'dlamMtabe'ho^"oV strig
week ending at midnight Wed- struggle."
nesday Nov. 30, according to the
weekly hospital report. During
that period 86 patients were ad-
mitted and 92 were discharged.
Babies were born to the follow-
ing Americans citizens: Sgt. and j
Mrs. Lester White, of Fort Davis,
daughter; Capt. and Mrs. David
La Loge, of Fort Gulick, daugh-
ter; M/Sgt. and Mrs. Heber W.
Clegg, of Fort Gulick, son; SP-3
and Mrs. Francis Walker, of Coco
Griffin called for an immediate
special meeting of the State Board
of Regents, governing body for
units of the university system
which includes Georgia Tech
the University of Georgia.
come high water and furthermore
he would eat and sleep with (he
team.
Tech, ont of the best knewn
engineering school* In the na-
tion, was tunned at Griffin's
pronouncement as the feet ball
squad prepared for its fifth bowl
excursion in as many, years.
Head Coach Bobby Dodd said he
could not "set in the middle 0 f
something" between the Board of
Regents and Col. Blake R. Van
and I Lear, president of Tech who also
I heads the school's athletic board.
Chairman Arnold said he res-
Grier, as second string Pitt full
back, would see action.
Tech's sister institution, Georgia, E^*,, f0!Sffi \JEfii!
also has played at least two c "SSHLl'Ji \?2.U-le
leges using Negroes in recent
years, St. Mary's and Pennsylva-
nia.
It eeused the GM president
ef trying to 'B*amwasB> car
dealers in an attempt to force
"wilder and wilder" sates prac-
tices to keep pace with "every,
gyrating production."
Curtice was waiting to read a
and 7-page prepared statement de-
fending GM and denying that it
However. Arnold said, the Board used unfair or questionable busi-
of Regents does not control t h e ness practices in becoming the
Georgia Tech Athletic Assn. which worlds biggest industrial con-
But that was
areaatien question burst inte the
South'! biggest social crisis of
the century because ef the May
17, ItM, U.S. Supreme Court rul-
ing against segregation in public
scnoof t>
was set up as a separate corpora
tion to handle the big business of
college sports at the institution.
Other sources in Atlanta said
He told the beard to act en his
request that units ef the system
"net be permitted te engage In
contests with ether teams where
the races are mixed en such
teams or where segregation i s
Slito, daughter; Lt. and Mrs.; ^TJ"" t^'Hr *
Antonio R. Barcel, of Fort Gu-
lick, daughter; AD-2 and Mrs.' Regents Chairman Roberto. Ar-
Robert H. Swain, of Coco Slito, "P1*1. ",d he. w?uld meeting
"There is no more difference in
" itCnu^fLiS*^ ..* *S' Z;;
jsesm ,oBom?e tar "sais. SuS^t* s:
happy-go-lucky coach who wore a
Slated look at the news. "I just
efinitely ara not going to com
ment unless or until we have an
athletic board meeting."
cen
GM's phenomenal success, his
statement said, was due largely
to superior management which
the regents, in a final showdown, made the mogt of ^ tto .
of the athletic board snd a. *\&g " j^STa-
the chief officer of the athletic as-
read
social, saidh. woud '%?. K * ^" *
solutely no comment" to make on fi,d .*2L * H "
a 42 page version
day.
later in the
COLD SMILESTwo Buffalo, N.Y., schoolgirls manage a smile
despite their three-mile walk home in falling snow after a bill-
iard halted traffic In the area. Between 12 and 18 inches of.
snow fell In western New York State. An Arctic cold front
swept three-quarters of the UB., pushing icebox temperatures
deep Into the Southland.
daughter; Mr. and Mrs. Peter S.
Lang, of New Cristobal, daugh-
ter; M/Sgt. and Mrs. Carl E.
Hess, of Fort Gulick, daughter;
Lt. jR and Mrs. James Collins, of
Coco Solo, son; and Lt. and Mrs.
Ronald Godwin, of Fort Davis,
daughter.
Babies were born to the follow-
ing parents of Panamanian na-
tionality: Mr. and Mrs. Lemuel!
Joseph, of Colon, son; Mr. and
Mrs. Eric A. Francis, of New Cris-
tobal, son; and Mr. and Mrs. Le-
roy Gittens, of Colon, daughter.
when he returns to
a business trip to
of the board
Atlanta from
Mobile, Ala.
Tech is scheduled to play Pitts
burgh, which has a Negro full-
back, Bobby,% Grier, in the Sugar
Pitt issued a statement making 100 per cent,
clear that it will- not take Greer
off the roster.
"The battle is joined ,'. One! Polled individually, the regents
break in the dike and the relent- were mostly non-committal but
. less seas will rush in and destroy said they would attend the special
us. We are in this fight 100 per meeting. One, C. L. Moss of Cal- .
cent not 98 per cent, not 75 perihoun, said "I'm with the governond,rd of business ethics, a
cent, not 64 per cent, but a full1100 per cent." " ense * responsibility,
Sugar Bowl officials were ss sur-
Sirised as Georgia Tech at Grif-
in's stand.
Some seats in the Deep South
classic presumably will be oc
CZ Probe: Dilweg
(Ceatinaed fresa Page 1)
NJ.VJohn J. Allen, Jr. (R-Cai.).i "a) The cost of the commodi
William S. Maillard, (R-Ca!.),,ties resold,
William K. Van Pelt (R-Wis.).i "b) Revenues arising from
James A. Byrne, (D-Penna.), I transactions within the said
and Francis E. Dom (R-N.Y.). (corporation or from transac-
The following Is the text of tlons with the Canal Zone Gov- a drive to get the International ent organization.
UN General Assembly
Working Saturdays
To Be Home For Xmas
Nomination Huddle
To Be On Wednesday
At Curundu Annex
Residents of Curundu will gsth-
Sports Editor Ed Danforth of
The AtlanU Journal predicted that
if Tech has to pull out of the Sug
ar Bowl, both Tech
and the Unl-
will be wreck-
versity of Georgia
ed athletically.
He said they would never be
able to schedule an intersections!
game or get another bowl bid and
er this Wednesday evening at 7:30 would be reduced to "playing
neighborhood teams."
Tech has played teams using Ne-
groes before, notably the N o t r e
UNITED NATIONS, N. Y., Dec.
3 (UP).The 60 member United
Nations General Assembly today
holds its first Saturday plenary
session of the current session in
st the Curundu Clubhouse annex
to. nominate candidates for the
Civilian Welfare Fund and Civic
Council of Curundu, a ten man
board which handles the opera-
tional affairs and the imporve-
ment of the Post.
The present Council wss set up
four months sgo. Formerly there
were two councils, one of which
administrated the welfare fund
and the other embracing the du-
ties of s normal town council.
Both functions are under the pres-
'Cow-Cow Boogie*
Composer Dies
Aged 63 Years
"I know of no management or-
ganization," Curtice ssid in the
statement, "that has higher stan-
great-
or a
more, genuine regard for the e- ,
quities of vsrious groups with
which we have contact."
O'Mahoaey told GM execu-
tives be hoped there weald be
ao "reprisals" er "punishment"
ef Yager er ether dealers.
Henry M. Hogan, a GM attor-
ney, replied that the company
judges dealers solely on the bssis^
of performance. If it's good, turn y
said, a dealer's testimony "here"* r
today makes no difference."
Yager said he does not believe
"in .washing dirty linen in pub-
Ik," but that "try as we might.
we have been unable to wash might
in private."-
He said his views, including
those in the letter, reflect the
for "intimidation and
of the State Board of Regents to
It said university policy "is that act on my request is vitally nee
all students eligible u nd er t h e ess'ary at this time," said Griffin, cupied on a non-segregated basis
rules of the institution snd the who was nominated in 1953 to sue- because Pittsburgh received an al-
conferences in which it b e I o n g s ceed outgoing Gov. Herman Talm- lotment of 13,000 tickets to sell as
may participate in intercollegia t e edge with Talmadge's blessing. it saw fit
contests."
One Regent's Opinion: Play
This Year, But Never Again
by Melton Jr., Griffin editor and under the wisdom of segregation
member of the State Board of for generations."
Nevertheles," be ssid,
Regents, suggested today that the
regents let Georgia Tech play) in
the sugar Bowl since "Georgians
it ap-
parently is up to us to find s
solution. Therefore, I offer t h e
at supplying goods and services to
calculated to employes of the Federal Govern-
HR. 6917: ernment, and
"c> Revenues derived from
"Toils shall be prescribed
a rate or rates
cover as nearly as practicable, ment and their dependents,
all costs of maintaining and "Revenues derived from sup-
operating the Panama Canal, .plying goods and services to
together with the facilities pnd employes of the Federal Gov-
appurten?nces related thereto, ernment and their dependents
including:
delegates home by Christmas. Nominations are now open
The Assembly meets at 10:30.,u ten of its members,
a.m. to give "rubber stamp" ac- Noninees are required to
tion to a number of items hand-
ed up by its top committees.
The Saturday agenda for the
plenary session Included:
The Morocco question a re-
port from the main political
CLEVELAND, Ohio, Dec. 3
(UP)8ongwriter Charles (Cow-
Cow) Davenport died
for at the age of 63.
do not renege on contractual obli-' suggestion that since Georgia
gations." Tech already has contracted to
But he said state colleges should!play in the Sugar Bowl, lt fill
not be permitted to book future < the engagement.
gamer in which Negroes might
oppose them.
Melton said neither the board
nor Gov. Marvin Griffin was
, "responsible for the problem''
yesterday,that caused the governor to de-
mand action by the regentante
ban participation of state colleg-
es in games in which Negroes
be' He composed more than 100
civilian employes of the U.S. Gov- tunes during his career, includ-jplay.
ernment, residents of Curundu m* "Cow Cow Boogie," "I'll bel The problem, Melon said "was
and over 21 years of age. I Glad When You're Dead, You created by those who constantly
All residents are urged to at-jRascal You" and "Mama "Don't strive to forment discord and
tend. "Low No Music Played in Here."strife among two races which
1) The cost of reimbursing
retirement and other funds and
Government agencies under sec-
tion 252 of this title.
*2p Interest and depreciation
(Including Interest and depre-
ciation with respect to housins
and other facilities provided
solely for employes of the Fed-
eral Government and their de-
pendents by the corporation or
the Canal Zone Government),
and
shall not be used to pay any i committee that things were go-
part of the costs of the Canal
Zone Government."
Federal Grand Jury
To Probe Alleged
$600,000 Payoff
lng well in negotiations In the
French North African protector-
ate and that no further issue be
made of the subject in the U.N.
at this time.
A report from the main poli-
tical committee on peaceful uses
of atomic energy.
A resolution forwarded by the
main political committee setting
up a scientific committee to
study effects of atomic radiation.
The committee would handle
of
Um
St^ou^st m^tTaeM^S '^VdTnatloT c/Tnformation
dav the f,E?. -"C "LdH I' "tlng to the effects of atomic
day the federal grand Jury which
indicted two Truman admlnls-
radlatlon upon
and safety."
human health
"3) An appropriate share
the net costs of operation of ^
agency known as the Canal Zone 'l0^"** i0T'?nJp'"2.to
Government f "* evMlon case is looking D ( _
tato a reported $600,000 payoff British EmDQSSV
"In the determination of such o*"-1** evader. '/*i_ U
appropriate share, substantlc! newspaper gave no details ChOliQeS HOUTS
weight shall be given to the ra- oi tne case' hut said payoffs "of ,___'*
tio of the estimated gross rev#-fums, !"ucn lar*r than thoae,
nues of the said corporation ex- ,, yesterday's Indictment
elusive of ,wUI he the subject of a contlnu-1 _.. .
--------------------------------ling Investigation by federal The Brltkh Embassy, Includ-
erand Juries lnR the commercial and consular
Government attorneys said the ^cUon- will be open effective
jury's work "has Just begun." M01"!*- fr0 ? " to 1:80 P-":
Of Operation
S'lOorinp Police
Charge Students
At Demonstration
HAVANA. Dec 3 (UP) Po-
licemen firing guns charged in-
to a group of Havana Universi-
ty student demonstrators today
In the latest flareup of weeklon^
student violence in Cuba.
Two students and one poller-
n- n were Injured, it was report-
ed.
One of. the injured students
was understood to be Jose A.
Echevarra, president of the uni-
versity students federation who
* released from Jail only last
" had been held since
Wednesday on charges of trying
to Incite hlth school students In-
to demo -atlons against the
eovernmc
"Georgians do not renege on
contractual obligations. At the
same time I suggest that the
Board of Regents meet st the
earliest possible moment and es-
tablish a policy ao concrete and
so clear that future misundertand-
ings of this nature cannot possi-
bly result.
"I propose that in the future no
Georgia institution's athletic
teams be allowed to compete'
with Integrated teams whether it
be in the Sugar Bowl, the Orange
Bowl or any place else."
Melton said he became a re-
gent on a pledge to insist on seg-
regated colleges, that Griffin was
elected governor on a platform of
segregation and "he is e n t i-
Ued to our support in this battle."
Another regent, Dsvld Rice of
Atlanta, said he also throught Tech
should be allowed to play at New
Orleans.
He agreed with Board chair
man Robert 0. Arnold, before,
| Griffin made his demand, that
Georgia teams playing against
Negroes was not an inovation.
Several of the 14 regents, in
eluding Arnold, expressed belief
that the board did not have au-
thority over the Tech Athletic
Assn., wich is a business corpo-
ration
except
fear.'
He explained that be has sold
Pontiacs in Albany since 1941 and
worked for GM directly in whole-
sale and retail capacities for 16
years before.
In all those years, he ssid, he
never had known GM to "be a
bully" until Curtice became pres-
ident.
UM UJa
TODAY!
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M-G-M'i UNIQUE
ROMANTIC ADVENTURE
Cinemascope
c:cEr.i.g
4
" w
Matthew J. Connelly, appoint-
ment secretary to former Presi-
dent Truman, and Theron La-
mar Cuadle, one-time head of
the tax division of the Justice
Oenartment. were chnrsed in an
Indictment which also named
Harry I. 8ihwlmmer, Ksnxas City
attorney, as a coc-consplrator
Onnellv and CutV both de-
nied they were guilty of conspir-
acy, brlherv and perjury as
charged in the indictment. Both
branded the Indictments "poli-
tics" and Caudle demanded a
"wide ope:." congressional ln-
vesMep on.
Caudle was permitted to leave
[here and rrturn to his home at
|Wadesboro, N.C.. where he was
to be served a hench warrant by
a U.8. marshal from Asheville
He la expected to post $5.000
bond, the sum set for both him
an-i Connellv. |n Wadesboro
A list of 24 "overt acts"'
-har'es Co--eihr with receivinv I
n fr-m .?hwimrper in 1P52i
>enre a tax case. The in-'
Mondays to Fridays; and from 8
a.m. to 1 p.m. Saturdays, it was
announced today.
The Embassy will remain clos-
fd during th rest of the day.
TEEN GIKL KILLERS QUESTIONEDThe five delinquent girls who killed a matron In their
escape from a Akron. Ohio, detention home are questioned after being taken back into custody
at Aaron The girls are (left to right): Margaret Nicholson. 15; Men Cain. 15; Mrs. Zelda De
Cost, 16: Shirley Shlngler, 16; and Ruth Beichler, 17. Assistant Country Prosecutor James Bar-,
buto (right) questions the girls.
Quantity Of Brass.
Copper Being Sold
By Panama Canal Co.
wil D BILL HICKOK

ment did not list av
1:14 a.m. value received by Caudle
thing o i
UHwerf
feW mi Mkfc* eel >*> MM
Mt~*~. **- d-4.
*J ike cm t i*e ** ear
A substantial amount of copper,
brass and other non-ferrous met-
als and a quantity of copper in
got. brass and bronze castings
i and other miscellaneous items are
Bv Russ Winterbotham and Ralph Une tit.%nn.rn.'dcv.entrcoor ttk *'
The various items tn included
on two Invitations, bids for which
will be opened Dee. 9 hi both
the Procurement Office in New
York and the office of the Suner-'
lntendent of Storehouses in Bal-
boa. '
Included on the first invitation
is 71.500 pounds of copper, 34,000
pounds of brass and a p p r o x i-
mately 148.000 pound of miscel-,
loneon metals Including soft re-j
claimed lead in pigs, battery,
plates, stainless steel, reclaimed
babbitt and shell easinas
On the second iawrtation are
'brass sheet, bronze manganese,
copper sheet, .nickel copper alloy,
! steel, nails, brass pipe, a large
amount of steel, copper and
.brass tubing, brass and bronze
castings, brass hose nozzles, alu-'
'minum alloy, copper lagQt, lead
ROBERT TAYLOR
ELEANOR PARKER
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