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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-]
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Oct. 7, 1925-
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AN INDEPENDENT
The Panama Csu A Li^j
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DEC 10 1968
No.
DAILY NEWSPAPER
f anawa American
Let the people know the truth and the country is safe** Abraham Lincoln,
list TEAK
PANAMA, R. P., FRIDAY, DECEMBER , 1955
FTVECE1TO'
Employes
Over Hearings
i

China Spikes
UN Vote On
Membership
UNITED NATIONS, NY., Dec.
(UP) Nationalist Chins todnv
threw the United Nations into an
uproar that threatened to block
the admission of any new U. N.
members this year.
The 8ecurity Council scheduled
a meeting tomorrow to consider
the controversail membership is-
sue.
But diplomatic observers said.
there was little chance of any
country getting in this year un-.
less the major powers devise <
country getting in this year un-
less the major powers devise a:
new formula.
The Security Council was cm- '
fronted at the outset by a pro-
cedural debate sp*rked by Na-
tioaalist China's surprise move i
hi geminating 13 non-Communist
countries for U.N. member-
ship.
The Nationalist move came
shortly after the General Assem-
bly approved by a vote of 52-2 a
resolution urging the Security
Council to admit IS countries,in-
cluding five Communist satlites.
The General Assembly list in-
cluded Albania, Bulgaria, Hunga-
ry, Romania and Outer Mongolia,
all Communist satellites, and Aus-
tria, Cambodia, Ceylon, Finland,
Ireland, Italy, Japan, Jordan,
Laos, Libya. Nepal Portugal and
eVpaiti.
..The nationalist nominations
excluded the Commuaist coon-
| tries as well as Finland and
f Nepal, which recognise R*d
y aubstiiuled the P.pnublic
of Korea and Free South Viet;
nam.
This put- the Security Council
in the position of deciding which
group should be voted on first,
and the Nationalists were expect-
ed to demand priority for theirs
Red German Police
Now Control Roads
To West Berlin
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President Ricardo Arias and
Mrs. Olga Arias de Arias have
cnosen the name Alvaro Alfre-
ds for their Infant son who was
born Wednesday.
In the Capital City today
quipsters were noting that the
young man has the initials "A.
A.A.A." which could stand for
four aces, winning hand Just
about anywhere.
Old Fingerprint
Leads To Solution
BERLIN, Dec. 9 (UP) The East German govern-
ment announced today that Communist police have taken
over from Soviet troops the "guarding and control" of the
borders of the Soviet xone and the routes to Berlin. jaj | ... D...Uu
h. ..,< M ,*. Jw tommy Burglary
not East German border guards,
Last Day
Mail To US
%
For Ship -
JAMES P. ROBERTS
Shipping Agent
James Roberts
Dies Suddenly
James P. Roberts, a partner in
the shipping frmi of Payne and
Wardlaw and W. Andrews & Co..
died suddenly early this morning
at hi residence in Diablo Heights
He was 53 years old.
Mr. Roberts was well-known on
both skies of the Isthmus; until
fairly recently he had lived on the
Atlantic side.
Born in Birkenhead. England., r,
near Liverpool, he worked for a r$,.trth&%
number of years with the White
Star Line. He came to the Isthmus
in HE7 t work with Payne and
i The announcement. Issued by
i the East German press office,
1 underlined the Soviet contention
that East Germany Is now sov-
ereign and has complete con traffic.
trol of isolated West Berlin's, The Communist announcr-
life-lines to the West. I mem said the transfer of con-
The announcement, coming at1 trol was made as a result of the
-stern Allied highway and rail m8 moved a step nearer to so-
East German-Soviet treaty jiv-
ing the Soviet zone sovereignty.
The treaty was signed in Mos-
cow Sept. 20 and ratified in Oc-
tober.
The announcement said in
part:
"The German border police
since Dec. 1 has taken over com-
the time of an Bast-West con-
troversy on four-power agree-
ments on Berlin, appeared to
serve notice on the Western al-
lies that agreements on free ac-
cess to this city now are at the
mercy of the East German gov-
ernment.

It came also as the U.S. Ar-
my disclosed that it had made
a third demand for the return
of two American seldlers
whose arrest in East Berlin led
to Communist h'nts that they
would try to bar the eastern
sector to Americans.
The latest move gave the
Communists power to harass or
blockade the German supply
However, the transfer of con-IfII. '|-,J!-._a ^r
trol appeared to pertain only to J||f) InOliUlflllOn
German traffic tp Berilo andi ""*
lution yesterday when a man date on wh'ch a raaU k.
caught In Panama after crasn-'
tag through a window while bur-
glarizing the Sears Roebuck
store was hound over for trial
In U.S. District Court
The defendant is listed as
Jiaspel Gastn McCaddy or Jas-
per Gladstone McCatty.
He waived preliminary hearing
in Balboa Magistrate's Court.
Can*l Zone police haVe been
plete responsibility for the sole on the lookout for "McCatty,''
guarding and control of the
state borders of the German
Democratic republic (Commu-
nist East Germany) and the
outer ring around Berlin."
'Maybe Well
Really Get
Some Action
The four-day Congressional hearings held on the Ca-
nal Zont and completed yesterday have brought almost
unanimous optimistic responso from all Canal employes
who heard problems directly concerning their future and
welfare aired before members of Congress.
Most of the witnesses who testified on behalf of em*

Communist Press
as he was listed in their files
since the seven-year-old safe)
cracking job was pulled at the
Madden commissary. A partial;
flgerprlnt left at that time had
been among the few clues they
had in the case.
Last Oct. 9 a man listed first
in Panam as "McCsddy" was
WH^5J(^5gfc| Afatnst Americans
with
He "wir recently
a partner in the firms.
menv said the transfer of con-
trol was made Dec. 1. An Amer-
caught after having entered the (UP) Reserve policemen again
Today was the absolute deadline
when packages or letters could be
sent by ship mail with assurance
that they would reach addresses
in the United States before Christ-
mas, according to the Canal Zone
Postal Division.
All ship mail in the post office
tonight will be prepared for ship-
ment tonight and sent to the Unit-
ed States aboard the SS Panama
tomorrow.
Next Saturday. Dec. IT, is the
.atest date on which air mail pack-
ages, cards and letters should be
sent to the United States, postal
officials said. This will allow time
for handling in the states during ploye organizations during the public sessions today ex*
the congested Christmas period, pressed their heartiest approval at the manner in which
-''the Panam Canal subcommittee of the House Merchant
Marine and Fisheries Committee chairman, Edward A.
Garmatz (D-Md.) conducted the hearings. They termed
the first on-the-spot Congressional investigation a "true
indication of our democratic form of government."
The man-on-the street, who avidly followed each
day's hearings seemed jubilant today that at last Canal
Zone employes' were "having their day."
"We found out things that never would have come
to light," one who attended the hearings said. "Maybe
now we'll really get some action."
have been arriving frequently
from the United States and large
shipments are expected here next
week.
No Serious Incident
In Negro Boycott Of
Montgomery Buses
MONTHGOMERY. Ala", Dec.
CZ Cops Crack Down
On Illegal Peddling
At Thatcher Ferry

Antarctic Markers
Improvised Aboard
Ship By Local Boy
Small flags which will be used
as trail matters in the Antarctic
snows werelmade by Margarita s
own Seabee, Clifton A. Hayward,
Builder Second Class, who is a-
board the USS Ameb en route to
take part in Operation Deepfreeze.
Although 10,000 flags had been
bought and packed for the expe-
dition, it was realized en route
that some would be needed imme-
diately after the ships of Task
Force 43 reach Little America.
So Hayward went to work with
the sewing machine, and will have
several hundred new ..handmade
flags in the necessarily bright col-
ors finished by the time the Task
Force reaches New Zealand.
The slender bamboo poles on
which the marker flags will be
mounted are also from Panama.
Plumber's Helper
Gets $20,000
For Thermos Find
CORSICANA, Tex., Dec. (UP)
A phumber's helper who found
a thermos jug filled with $60.000
under a house in Dallas has set-
tled out of court for $20.000.
Jackson Davis Jr., M, who found(S Braithwaite and Carlos Skip-:
the money under the home of W. per were eacn given ten-day jail;
D. Felder Jr., a cotton broker,: Mnteneea which were suspended
said the settlement leaves him ior iix months,
with a house, furniture, a pickup | In addition, Ford and Skipper
truck, Ford and Buick automobtl-' were etcn fmei $5.
es, all paid for, and "a bank ac- r---------------.
count."
He was active in civic and com- *n 8aJd tne has been
munity affairs, was a life member change since then In the status
of the Strangers Club in Colon and|of Western allied traffic,
a founder and past president of
the Theater Guild.
Mr. Roberts is survived by his
wife, Mrs. Virginia K. Roberts,
and by three brothers, William
J., Samuel P., and Frank L., all
of England.
Funeral services will be an-
nounced later.
7 -----------------------
Unclaimed Freight
To Be Auttioned
At Section T
BERLIN. Dec. (UP) The
Communist press reported today
'indignant" East Berliner are
demanding action to prevent "at-
tacks" by Americans on 'East
Germans.
The Communists built up the
alleged attack by two Americon
soldiers on a Communist actor In
a great anti-American campaign
** thought the Communists
might try and use the incidentt o
justify the breaking of four-power
agreei tents on free movement in
Berlin
At tie same time the Commu-
rear ol the Sears Roebuck Store
on Tivoll Avenue and crashed
through the front window in an
effort to scape.
Comparison of the fingerprints
showed thai McCatty and Mc-
Caddy were the same man.
A wide variety of articles which
represent an ace u m u 1 a t i 0 n. of nists assumed" their"a tark~ on "t'h. E6"0?0 "! *"x> *JPJ,sre,
freight refused or left unclaimed^ S fitTndineArmv aidans, Court y^terday an dthe youth
Piers for thelouloolf ZT%mZrJ!Z w" P* ,on Probation for a pe-
Fighl Between
Balboa Students
Taken To Court
A noon-hour fight between two
students has resulted in a con-
viction of battery for Albert
Jones, 18-year-old American.
Imposition of sentence was sus-
pended in Balboa Magistrate's
on Panama Canal
auc- into
i! In
of
oast several months will
tioned off Saturday morning
Building No. 42. Section "In
the Division, of Storehouses.
The second raid in three Weeks 1
made by Canal Zone police on lli The Items have been on display
legal vendors who solicit trade in Building 42 this week,
around Thatcher Ferry resulted In.
sentences for three youthful Pa-<, The hundreds of articles haveiJ"
namanians and a finding of gull- been divided into 160 lots and1
iP EastWBeriinad0 tr"Mmitte"
a letter to the editor of the
The fracas took place
day near the Balboa
Mon-
High
h^cSe Sens" Cd T. dTo *&* Junior College Buifd-
used radio m, Jugt aiter claMes were jg.
transmitters in West Berlin they
would be convicted as spies.
/ The implication was that Amer-
csns should get that treatment
range from .paints to Christmas
decorations and from coffee beans
to bed sheets.
Prospective bidders have-
ty for a fourth.
Balboa Magistrate Judge John
E. Deming gave Albert Dickens,
one of the boys wbo bad come
before him just three weeks ago,
the benefit of clemency. Dickens; asked to come early in order
was found guilty but imposition of ~
sentence was suspended after he
told the Judge he had been using
his sick mother's permit to sell
Kanuts to motorists about to
ard the ferry.
Police carried out their second
raid Wednesday. They watched
been
to
New Cristobal,
Paraso Warden
Meetings Set
register and receive an auction
number for identification. Bidding
will start promptly at 9 a.m. with The Civil Defense Warden Service
Richard Chesson, veteran auction- meeting for Psraiso will be held
eer in charge.
Bidders will be restricted to Ca-
nal employes who purchase for
the illegal vendors for over 55: their own use, and to compa-
minutes before apprehending nies or associations in the Repub- School Library.
missed at midday.
Complainant in the case was
another student, Henry Hall, 18,
also an American, who suffered
a nosebleed and had his shirt
torn off in the fray.
The defendant, Jones, who
pleaded not guilty to the bat-
tery, suffered a small fracture
of the left hand.
The court was told that Hall
left the school first and was
followed by Jones who allegedly
grabbed the younger boy by the
shoulder and turned him around.
Then the fight started.
The court was also told that
escorted Montgomery's boycotted
city buses through Negro districts
of the capital city last night in
an effort to protect life sad pro-
perty.
So far, there have been no per-
sonal injuries and little property
damage in the four-day-old Negro
boycott of the buses. But four
buses have been shot at an hit
as they drove through Negro res-
idential areas.
In an Incident reported Wednes-
day night the buss fired on was
being escorted by a police car at
the time.
Bus lines officials said nearly
three-fourths of the city's Ne-
groes are still boycotting the bus-
es. On the first day of the boy-
cott it was estimated, that 90 per
cent of the Negroes were respect
ing the sanction.
The buses are continuing to run
their regular routes and a bus
lines spokesman said the drivers
are apparently not too worried a-
bout the shootings.
The boycott was touched off by
the arrest and $10 fine of a Ne-
gro seam stress who refused to
move from a seat in a white sec
tion of a city bus.
on Monday at 7:30 p.m. at the
Paraso School.
The Warden Service meeting for there had been previous ill-feel
New Cristobal will be held onlhig between the two youths.
Tuesday at 7:30 p.m. in the High
them Their first big raid was on
Nov. IS when half dozen t e e n-
agers were given fines and fail
sentences.
Yesterday in Balboa Magia-
trare's Court James Ford, Albert
lie of Panama who
treaty regulations.
Full payment of
comply with| W. G. Dolan, Chief Civil Defense
will discuss fire effects and the
the amount' motion picture "Fire Fighting for
be shown
pi 1
bid wilf be required prior to the Householders" will
release of the property. both meetings.
BALBOA TIDES
-7-
SATURDAY, DEC IMIIR 10
HIGH LOW
at 0:40 a.m. :55 a.m.
1:11 PUSS. 7:1 J nwa*.
e money wa. i- old cert fie J^jJe ObSC^r
Takes In Hearings
,A silent observer from the
ates.
Davis, a Negro, was digging
place for a pipeline under Feld*
er'i house. Flder said he didn't
know how the money got there.
But he said it might "ave been,fnat w on the Ktsnt during
hidden by his father during the: de-. ^ j al Houte sub-Committee
pression when banks were falling. w-.rtnB.
The $20.000 that Davis get* in-1 w T o^inger,
eludes the money be has already |8Mte cm>f ^^ f0r the sen-
swnt. The other two-thirds goes to mter-Stste and Foreign
Felder,
Commerce Committee, who said
this was the first tune he has
been sent on a mission of this
.kind.
"We have the same bills
pending before the Senate as
the House does." he explained,
and It was not the Intention of
the Senate to duplicate these
hearings on the Zone.
With that in mind. Oeissingt-r
wss wstchlo? the hearings, and
would take back a report when
Corrjrs convenes.
have no official connec-
tion," he said I am here just as
a fraternity brotl
He plans to leave with the
1 Congressmen.
All seemed to sgree that hayr
lng on-the-spot periodic commit-
tee hearings would be beneficial
not only ip the welfare of the
government employes here, b u t
would act as a "wonderful mo-
rale builder" to workers who oft-
en have felt their remoteness
from U. S. government acitivites
Members of the aeven-man com-
mittee were spending the day to-
day recuperating from the action-
packed hearings which began
bat useleen, rntalas to be
seen.
Most spectators who had time
to sit in on part or all of the
hearings called them ''settlor
arid stlmulsUng." -^*w
M. VlrgiJia Pearce, TOCA
membership chairman said she
attended the hearings in tb
dual capacity of housewife and
U8CA,-member.
"My attendance at all of the
. hearings, as well as the attend-
the other house*
evidence of our In-
each day at 8:30 and ran well In ,.
to late afternoon. They were slat- "e or
ed to leave the Isthmus tomor- "**"
row V Panama Line ship. terert .,n the presentation of
Emp'oye" Sresmtstives were ^JP^** P* W
loud in their praise of the com- P"*e ot bottfthe employ.
in^ee nroceeAnn. L'nd. tiielr *Plyer." She co
Sm fwrnTe? Collins, president end ed that both were ft,
of the USCA. one of the witness-
es who appeared before the com
mittee:
The hMririfls were conducted
en a very high level. All em-
ployti I've talked te are ex-
tr.m.ly eptimistle. Of eeurse
we can't tell yet what the reme-
dy will be, hot h h eerteln
mat seme sort 4 remedy it
forthcoming, far the emetoyes
troubles.
"Every two yesrs. I feel, would
be sn excellent interval for hav-
ing hearings held on the Zone.
This would prove to be an advan-
tage to everybody-Congress, the
administration and the employes.
Rufus Lovelady. who testified on
behalf of the American Federa-
tion of Government Employes of
which he is national AM
dent, said that although he had
sat in on many congressional
hearings in Washington, these
held on. the Zone were ""Par-
ableor superior" in content and
Prc.d~ hoW1 of the
their "day in court, and iqul
opportunity to express the
viewa"
She claims that althc
there was dlametrieally-or.
testimony presented at tit
the protection of the wltae
seemed assured by the comt
tee's expressed interested
such protection.
"I hope," ahe sdded. "that
Oarmsts* suggestion of frequ,
hearings will be acted upon.i
I believe an open forum for
discussion of problems is a de
ocratic procedure inherent
our way of life. Limited me
inga with management are
direct opposite."
Mrs. Margaret Rennie. forrS
USCA officer saW the hearing
were "most Interesting and 1
vealing." She felt the'emphjf
had an ooportnnlty to state 5
grievance and th Comoar
Government ha da chance
defend thel rstand.
"The analysis will prove leg
rlcht or wronc. and as reason-
"I think the holding or ine-tble c,tlww We ^ ^^ u
hearings here, and making them ghe ,t,ted.
public helped Improve the em-, A ttn Chtal oifieili ^^
ployes* morale. tren^f0^":; retired N.Y .Times correspmv
Philippine Diplomat
Urges US To 'Remain
Perpetually Alert"
PARIS, Dec. f (UP) The of-
ficer who wrote the stirring
words which announced the fall
of Batsan from Corregidor on A-
pril 9, 1*42 urged the United
States and the free world yester-
day to "remain perpetually alert."
Speaking to the American club
of Peris on the 14th anniversary
of Pearl Harbor (Phillipme reck- They now feel that members 01 dint Cre ining) Dav, Phillippine's Ambassa-1congress came down here to ^ uv.
" work for them Instead of Junk-
"There Is much speculation"
now," Lovelady added, "as to
what's going to come of the
dor Salvador P. Lopes said any
would-be ageressor must be warn-
ed clearly the free world would
figbt back "with everv force and
every weapon available."
The U.S., said Lopez, "muddled
its way through to a final victory
in two world wars. The time for
a strategy of muddling through is
at an end."
The free world's "military pre-
paredness," said Lopez, "must
not only be such as would ena-
ble us to deliver crushing Wows
in retaliation against enemy at-
tack, but such at would deter the
potential aggressor from starting
war at all."
Nobel Prize
Winners Arrive
In Stockholm
STOCKHOLM. Dec. 9 (UP) The
two American co-winners of the
1955 Nobel Prize for Physics, Pro-
fessors Polykarp Kuach, of Co-
lumbia University, N.Y. and Wil-
lis E. Lamb, of Stanford Univer-
sity. Cal., arrived here yesterday
'I think the hearinga here
were well-handled. The enera!
results will be rood. The e-n-
ployes h*ve their case before the
orooer committee, and appar-
hearlngs. However. I feel that ently, through Conremen
whatever does come will be ben- jtmes Tumulty (D-NJ) ani
eficlal to the employes. James Byrne (D-Pa.) thev now
The congressmen left tn etm- have advocates in Congress
pression that theT were syna- a mechanic said that what
Impressed him most was tMn
testimony offered by Robert C.
Daniel, who spoke for the rail-
road employes.
"He must have done a tremen*
dous amount of research, and
spent montha gathering thai
(Continued on Page , Col. O
pathetc to the problems eon-
fronting our workers, and
that they would, if tbev eeuld
do anything to alleviate their
problems. We'll knew more
when the bearings are contin-
ued In Washington," he said.
A spokesman for the Pacific
Civic Council, who preferred to
remain anonymous said: T.#m-.*.*.I O.:.*.
"For a change, our people. I rOpiCOl rQint
have come out end spoke the I -
truthparticularly concerningi*\WOrdCu COntrOCr
the rsllroads. The Governor's .
reacUon to the truth wss. as It. for Interior Work
usually is His twnptr flares up ; *" ,,,**," ? *
He's a gentleman *h believe a spade should be cal.ed paJarting of nine apartments locat-
a spadeat least not when It ed in Ancon, Balboa, Diablo and
refers to him Gatun was awarded Thursday I
He added that he felt the beet! (he Tropical Paint Company by
results of the-hearings were the Panama Canal Company
to fecieve their thares of the that people have Obtained a 1 Tropical Pam, one of
T*.oT GUIDED MISSILE i A "Terrier" guided missile Is lsunched from the deck of the USS
Mississippi during tests and evaluation of the missile somewbje at ses. In the background
is the USS Krause. This picture was taken in March, 1958, aAd was Just released by the De-
fense Department.
prize from King lOustaf Adolf on
Dec. 10th.
Both Kutch wbo came directly
from New York and Lamb, who
travelled via London, were ac
companied by their wives.
i will both stay for about a
good deal of "truthful, accurate panies to enter a bid on the |
Information which could be of jeet. made a tow offer of i
vital importance to them \partmenti aheduled for intee^H
"What they are going to de paintine include 212-B n Anead
With It whether It will turn 797-C. 07*4 A. 07*4-A. 0787 J.~^H
They sal to be aaethes Bom, Alien J. 1519-B. 1S90-A in Balboa; le^H
and Hamilton report, terrilk in Diablo and ftlT-T ia Gatun.


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By VICTOR RIESEL
NEW YORK Saturday night
certainly is not the loneliest sight
in the week for the popular
Carmine DeSapio, leader of the
New York Democrats and promo-
ter 0/ Gov. Averell Harriman lor
President of the U.S.
Yet DeSapio spent last Saturday
evening sitting on a banquet deis
alongside of AFL-CIO president
George Meany and Just a few
seats down from Walter Reulher
without expecting to be called
on even for a few words.
Before them in the small hall
were carefully selected labor lead
ers who were on the eve of
merging the AFL and CIO. They
bad been invited to the first offi-
Yeh, but Boy! Watch Out When That Gate Is Lifted!
.1 . *s_ I U*U "-CU IIIVHCU IU lilt III.M UU1-
If nothing else, there is something that the Congressional cial New York city dinner honor.
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ing labor leaders.
Mayor Wagner sat on the other
side of George Meany. At a table
of honor In front of them, sitting
with the first ladies of labor, Mrs.
Meany and Mrs. Reuther, was a
former first lady of the land, Mrs.
fetr:
InveVtigaUniCommittee has brought out, and that Is" the dis-
content, the confusion, the heart-break, the inefficiency of the
management and several of the Panama Canal company unfair,
unjust and "regardless of what may be right" decisions.
For a man who demands prompt and precise answers, our
ijovernor Seybold did not seem to be on the Job. Two or three
times he contradicted himself.
When asked about what would happen to Railroad employes. Franklin Delano Roosevelt. She tyd
or rather the question was: 'What about the Railroad employes?' not speak, either,
bis. answer was, as several of those present noted, to the effect
that there is no assurance that they will be taken care of .
Then the question was re-worded so as to make it appear
that the Inquiry pertained to what he thought about them? H
commented on their fine and useful service. While they were
needed, of course, he meant. But now let's get rid of the Rail-
road, for the usual chain of dictators, the board of directors,
the chahman of the board, and all those to whom he answers
desire It so. So therefore, forget everything else.
Oh, yes, his mind Li made up. everything points to getting
Of all the events during these
two weeks of hectic merging of
some 15b unions and 15,000,000
AFL and CIO workers, the Satur-
day night official testimonial
seemed most significant. After
witnessing the warmth and friend-
ship existing between the pro-
Harriman Democratic leaders and
the leader.* of labor, it was appar
rid of the Railroad. Listening carefully, one discovered no alter-, ent ^ ^ amount of wooing by
native plan had been thought of. Everyone In the top positions
la spending so much time taking care of themselves and making
a good showing that the "other fellow"* is forgotten, and big
things and Important Issues are allowed to slip by.
Now it can be seen that the U. S. citizen la unhappy because
There is Civil Service when it suit the Company's purpose,
when it is to the detriment of the employe and there aeema to potential candidate was not nee-
either President Eisenhower,
Labor Secretary Mitchell or N.J.
Sen. Case could stop the merged
AFL-CIO from throwing its official
united support behind a Demo-
! cratic candidate.
At least on Saturday night, that
cthe Washington
Merry-Go-Round
St PWW PKAffON
WASHINGTON Adm. Lewis
Strauss, austere chairman of the
Atomic Energy Commission, un-
bent" a bit alter being ori a na-
tion si television program.
On the .program he. had been
asked about the now defunct Dixon
Yates contracts which for months
he steadfastly, championed despite
criticism /rom Contress, from the
Tennessee valley, and even from
inside the Eisenhower Cabinet.
pressed as to whether the Presi-
dent could ever recover.
It was also Hagerty who was
given credit for the adroit post-
ponement of the date of January l
when the doctors would pass oa
whether Ike could run again.
Though Dr. White had pre-
viously fixed the date of January
1, on his last visit to Denver ha
was diplomatically asked to post-
pone it. Finally he did, though ha
be some out through exerting Civil Service rights.
But there are none, for it is realised that civilian employes,
Of the Panama Canal Company do not have Civil service rignts,
except as determined by the Panama Canal Company. Although
they may appeal to Civil Service, and the appeal Is unheld, the
Civil Service Commission cannot enforce its declalon.
This applies except to veterans.
Oh, yes, the little booklet "Living in the Canal Zone" tells
employes that they are the same as employes anywhere in the
Federal Service, without going into the Ifs. anda, bute, etcetera.
essarily Adlai Stevenson.
The table talk among the 300
top leaders of Isbor favored Aver-
ell Harriman, with Sen. Estes
Kefauver and Michigan's Gov.
Mennen Williams in the running.
Neither George Meany nor Wal-
ter Reuther are exactly slow on
the pick-up. Both saw in the pres-
ence of the powerful political
leaders a tribute to the political
Port Said Incident
By BOB RUARK
PORT SAID I am almost bloody American!" the Ara biWhen Peter told me, I kept think-
certain the Arabs don't care muchjscreamed. Peter, as I mentioned, ing about what would happen on
for us these days. I think we have
meddled overmuch in the Middle
erai service, wunuui * ...m = """".,, ~'",,," Tu leaders a tribute to tne political --.- ,-.,%:,-';, "2, "g
At ttut one man can be proud of himself for telling the, ^ rf a new ,abor feder,. East and I remindI mai of i Urn
truth without fear. The man representing the RailroadLUnlons| on
certainly rid
t.
those who would like to do ao.
If you have been attending the hearings, yoa have no-
ticed that there la one man who certainly has shown his
sincerity and-his apenmlndedness ta all problems. There Is
n M*abt that Representative Tumnlty, as well as two or three
then, has demonstrated that he Is interested and is not
bc'-ig placed in the chain of dictators: "Our mind is made up,
we know what we are going to de "
is a nune-bred Aussie. "You don'
se i me, bloody American!"
pest beckoned to i few
when the Cairo Arabs got so sore tho.. .md friends, and pulled him-
at the Americans that they for- self up to his full five feet two.
un xv, Admiral Strauss gave a was hesitant, as shown by'the
perfunctory, routfoe answer. But stenographic transcript, and actu-
after he was aw#y from the TV "
cameraa and sitting in relaxed
mood with friends, he remark-
ed that he wished he could have
given another anstver to the Dixon
Yates question.
Asked what the other answer
would have been,, Strauss replied:
"I think I would like to have
said the Dixon-Yates contract is
.connected with the earth satellite
program. a
"I suppose soajehody would then
have aaked mi. 'How Come?
Strauss continued.
"To which I would have further
replied: 'I would like to put the
Dixon-Yates contract in the earth
satellite and shoot it into outer
space.'"'
Two Around Ike
The men who csn claim chief
credit for getting Eisenhower In
a more receptive frame of mind
if, as Len Hall says, Ike is more
receptiveare efficient Sherman
Adams, the Assistant President,
and Jim Hagerty, astute, genial
secretary for the presa.
The first has done what Ike al-
ways thought could be done even
betore he became Presidenthand-
led pracically all problems except
top-top policy. The second has cre-
ated both public confidence in Ike's
health ana Ike's confidence in his
own health.
ally passed the buck to the more
politically minded Dr. Howard Sny-
der. who has been Eisenhower's
personal physicisn even when ha
was in the Army.,
The transcript of the doctors'
press conference, as srranged hj
Hagerty. is interesting.
What The Doctors Sail
When White, who aa the heart
expert should be in the beat posi-
tion to know when Ike will hav*
enough medical knowledge to de-
cide whether to run again, wae
questioned, he replied:
"The President has got to expose
himself to the beginning of mora
strain than he has- had yet ... to
make that decisionwhich may
bring him into January certainly
.. .have you any suggestions about
that, Dr. Snyder?"
While Snyder was thinking It
over. Dr. White added: "It might
be into January. But it may ba
longer. In don't know. I have no
answer for that now.''
"I kind of think longer, a bit
longer," broke in Snyder positively.
Reporters, long familiar with
the adroit hand of Jim Hagerty,
went away with the feeling Dr.
Snyder's answer wag more politi-
cal than medical.
Caga va. Human Beiaga
_ ....... _. _. A big newspaper In a big elty
The man who did the first, Sher- m,y n*t Mem to have a heart. Ita
man Adams, has largely fulfilled preMeg turn out pulp, headlines.
a dock front in Port Said if he
had followed the usual Australian
pgth of blowing down the opposi-
tion. With the way the. Arabs like
rtainlv r.ld a fine lob in striving to be honest to the point ofi. .at the Americans that they foi*self up to his full five feet two. us at this moment, we would have
acine himself where many are not brave enough to venture.! Meany said there was .nothing,f* to hate the British Forgetting! m ra >** you. I am Just had four extra berths on the good
la clear and fine picture cannot be overlooked, not even by to the fears of those who baMeved^ hate the British takes a lot of; good man like you. You don't say ship Australia, and being kicked
SJ who would like to So M that "Labor is going to became,d. "/i are ,n Arab. ">"". bloody American!" to death for nothing is just as
losewho wouiaiiWQoira all-powerful monopoly; there' }*?, ^. for size if you are Peter, for an Australian, Is a unpleasant as being kicked to
an all-powerful monopoly; there
is little possibility of labor taking
over." Reuther Joined in with "We
are not building a new and more
powerful pressure group."
But. both predicted political
drives for labor's objectives and
Try this for size, if you are
thinking at all about the arms race
in the Middle East. A friend of
mine, an Australian, named
Peter, went ashore with a group
in Port Said to spend a few hours
buying the usual junk, and possi-
bly to contract dysentery if his
t Know wnai we are ma o no. th.r ii nn rfonht ihit th mrot '* " coniraci ayseniery u nis
"omeone would have some explaining to do if theae things ^LecVwill have the moneTfnd ,u<* "'< Peter and his group
under diacusslon turned out to be ao cut and dried that instead FL uommU^nave the ny ndf:Were set. upon by. a. tiny Arab, a
of a sincere and just hearing the Congressional visit turned out; m,nP0Wf[ " 8WW
pest, who peddled the usual
Thpr h*f hpen talk for ex-' nake-charmer' clean-siafeiv belly-
^l"%fhusing for Si/.Ted'u-l^ce routine^.nd m25e m-
viewpoitVnd that Tter all "the decision had already been made ^^"7^^^^^^ SfIS.^
by the board of directora and as Mr. Alleni ended the hearing ,members. This would give the newl g *?** rtf; !?d,l**? #
in the afternoon. '""< " *" -<___ <>n"/~> .-i"
to be a pleasure trip and ntohlng more.
However, from the remark made by one of the Congrgame)
ft would seem that he was quite sympathetic to the Governor's
"Then, you were only of the opinion that the|Apd0 a|most $2.006.000 a year
for radio, TV and other
ganda activities, in
what the combined CIO Political
Action Committee and AFL La-
bor's League for Political Educa-
tion to be known as the Com
m it tee on Political Education
(COPE) from now on will
raise.
railroad should be abandoned because of economic, reasons and
suggestions from the board of directors,' and then you actually
did not Intend to Implement the abandonment of the Railroad,
and o on.,."
This once again left the opting* wondering: "Is It really
true that this is Just another ahow ftnd that the decision has
already been made on all of these thin%?
"If so, why take everyone's time, and why have all these
fine Congressmen travel here for an lnvstigation which means
nothing, to go through these hearings but after all the Admin-1
filtration Is cor- utted to certain policies and that thing are not 1 President Eisenhower s tele-
getting better 1 phoned Gettysburg address to the
Well, why la It that someone can't be honest and one way or merged convention on its first day
ftnother say who does have the final say? !' evidence of the White House
The feeling certainly developed and was further brought
to light when it became apparent that no one had tried to
see what could be done te prevent the abandonment of the
Railroad. Therefore, It nee more teemed evident: "The
man saya It goes, and that's it.
say they expected by now to re-. cifv, and AFL'a* ooliUcal reports
eeive rates of pay at U. 8. Rate standards. The U. 8. Citizens are (
perhaps not actually being pushed out yet but situations are
treated in such ,a wsv to make them so unhappy, insecure, and
0 remove their last thread of pride that there seems to be no
Alternative.
"Hiere seems to be no understanding any way you turn, and
v-t It has even been brought up by one Congressman that after
all he doesn't like it because he thought he was working for his
voters, (evidently tax payers don't count if they can't vote) and
then they go so far as to paint fancy pictures and to make all
kinds of remarks.
Yes, but please remember your Stateside organizations and
your families and friends, for they vote.
But with all of this >on can bet that among these Con-
gressmen are men with character, men who carry more
weight on their shoulders than yoa and Iknow. There are
some among them who will go t* bed at night, knowing that
their duty might be somewhat of a different nature, a duty
which la patriotic, fair, and trae to the democratic principles
. far which they stand.
There Is one wonderful thing to remember that they have
demonstrated they stand for free speech, they believe In the pur-
suit of happiness and also that there is much room for lmprove-
anent In Canal Zone affairs.
They show some feeling for the human being and relations
with employe to Government and consideration of those who x:-------
have served loyally and with orlde and who do not want to bels*Mte- .,n. -1 * .,. ,rt Cal
thrown to the "alllaators.' to the dogs, nor into unemployment, Ter* endor?Sr i.e, for the
and may they commend thoae who have been brave enough to l*"uc> Wr) >
come forth with the truth and who in good faith strlved to give
a complete and accurate picture.
May the?e kind, sincere people have a bright future and In
my event a Happy Christmas Season and in any event not one
ch as the employes of the Hotel Washington had last vear.
S. C.
, .and garlic into your nostrils, and
muK they are oppressive with their
10 reverse-English English. Peter
got bored.
, "Scram," he said. "Scram."
And waved an arm, denoting free
apace in Port Said.
Eisenhower's private hope that the
job of being President of the
United States could be more like
the job of being President of
France, with a prime minister to
handle legislative and other mat-
ters.
Peter, for an Australian, is a unpleasant as being kicked
very mild man, and he also has death for something,
been reading about the white folks This is a small' incident, but
getting kicked to death m Mo- indicative. In the Cairo riots after
rocco. He didn't like the look of Farouk got the boot, shore leave
the crowd. was canceled by tourist ships. At
So what do you want me to one time the riots ran so high that
say instead of 'scram'?'-' he asked Jefferson Caffery\ our very dis-
ln his soft Melbourne voice. Unguished former Ambassador to
"You say excuse me, pardon
me, please, I don' wan' you work
for me," the Arab said. "Or . ."
And- he gestured at the encroach-
ing crowd
Peter is the kind of man who
loses few wars foolishly. He had
two girls and another fellow with
him, and the stories from North
Africa were still fresh in his mind.
printers ink with machinelike pre-
cisin. But th* other day New
Yorkers gathered to salute the
New York Drily Mirror for helping
keep half a million kids off the
streets in the biggest youth pro-
gram in any American city.
There was a time when the cul-
tivation of youth was a philan-
thropy. Todgy it's s necessity.
Harvard University, completing a
study of Soviet education, found
that Russia produced only wo high-
er institution graduates compared
with five of* oura. But they
Sherman Adams has done this.
He did it to a largt extent before
Ike became ill, but he has done it
99 per cent since he became ill.
Adams not only is assistant Presi-
dent but he is largelyt he Cabinet.
He correlates and coordinates with
the Cabinet. With a few exceptions,
they report to him.
produced twice as many engineers,
Sven Secretary Dulles, who does nine times aa many farm experts,,.
Report to Ike on foreign policy, three times aa many doctora,
wag careful at Denver not to take
up too many major matters con-
enee. I might hav been better,
ally, if he had.
Hagerty and Health
r
In brief, the Russians are pro-
ducing coga in a machine, what
the Mirror haa been doing in the
USA's biggest city is to use its
machines to run off papers and
its far-flung program of basketball.
but no matter.
"You don' tell me scram, dam' Arab said, and the crowd thinned, sians need oil.
AFL-CIO's new COPE, to be
I launched officially here this week.
Few of the 1500 delegates, and
(thousands of visitn to die con-
1 K: IC0?n.nde AF^pShUcaf^poits
to their own parleys last week
but White House people hsve read
them and are disturbed.
The CIO report, for example,
says that "We will enter the pres-|
idential campaign year of 15
with a larger corps of experienced
political action workers than at
any time since the formation of
PAC."
Page 68 of Reuther's report to
the old CIO states that CIO had
"outstanding successes ... in
Michigan, Chicago, California,
Baltimore, Connecticut. Alabama,
Colorado. Illinois, Minnesota, New
Jersey, North Carolina, Tennessee,
Texas and Wisconsin.
The AFL political report says
bluntly:
"Due to increased effort on our
iart, we were much more success-
ul in the 1954 elections than in the
last off-year of 150. We were suc-
cessful in electing 18 of the 30
candidates we support for the U.S.
Peter Edson In Washington
WASHINGTON (NEA)
old saw' about politics making
strange bedfellows was never bet-
PANAMA AMERICAN
WANf ADt
(political labor
House In addition,
8 members
ment by Rep. Francis Walter
(D.-Pa.) of New York's Gov.
Averell Harriman as Democratic
presidential nominee.
Representative Walter Is of
course best known ss co-author of
the McCarran-Walter Immigration
act. He ia a stout fighter against
ita amendment in any form.
criticized the McCarran Walter
Act. He has demanded many times
that it be modified.
In a New York speech before
several hundred Jewish leaden
Egypt, was one of the few people
who could ride or walk abroad
Without being stoned or kicked to
death. This was because Jeff Caf-
rery was known aad admired by
fellahin who wouldn't have 'recog-
?'Z^lhF^OUKkUN,guibli.or^,*er! Jim Hagerty, the other potent i swimming'tract, open forums, to
L.r.'J'i more Uke C^wy.'nglire on the White House team,:produce human beings.
ia not only one of the most astute ------------------
' Jopenese Master
Fall III As Ship
Begins Transit
A Japanese shipmaster who
became ill suddenly after hit
vessel started northbound tran-
sit of the Canal yesterday
was taken off at Miraflores
Locks and transferred by am-
bulance to Gorgas Hospital.
Capt. Tanaka Shlro of the
Japanese ship Kimlkawa Maru
was reported barely able to stag-
ger from the ship to the lock
wall
He was being examined by
physicians at Gorgas at last re-
port. He was thought to be auf-
Sitting
Denver week in and week out,
I Hagerty had closer contact with
Elsenhower than any other man,
and as much as Sherman Adams
ruled on who could see him.
Most important of all, Hag-
erty watched every move made
by the press and by the doctors to
0 JB mold public opinion. His aim was
The Day, Governor Harriman took an- They got the support of enoughvt onl.y *?_ eate public confi-
olher poke Speaking to Italians'Republicans and Democrat to nce. m *? Presidents health,
this time, he speculated on the override a veto bv President Tni.lbHt * crete presidential confi-
Boats* itul Mn. J.l... I*.-.*! a...__ a J .lv wu Wafttin* fn Hi mifn haillK
WEST WARWICK, R. I. CUP),
has,A 37-year-old mother and her
Harriman criticized the Republi- called for liberalization of the Mc-18-year-cld daughter were arrested
cans for having done nothing tpCarran-Walter Act on speeding charges almost sl-
ot the House who were not an,end u,e i,Wi spite of Preal-i A further paradox in this situa- multaneousfv while driving
our support were
j j ___-ll Kill uihn reeeived c "i~ * ..- * luiuici |in> m uus uiui- mmuiicumn wimc umviqk *tp-
dorsed lormMJ'J^V^ , ,hort dent Eisenhower's campaign prom- tion is that both Representative arate cars. The mother explained
"r M In *|( "lises to do so, two and a half years| Walter and the late Sen. Pat Mc-lthat she was trying to overtake
before. Carran of Nevada, co-authors of: her daughter to warn her that he
As recently ss last Columbus the disputed bill, are Democrats.state police were chasing the.
we registered a nt gam of 4
Senators and 23 Representatives.'
There obviously is a vote labor
can and doe* swing. No matter
what Mr. Eisenhower says or does,
labor may well wind up again
officially behind the Democratic
candidate ia Its* as it was in 1952
CAS HLL OVjR 1\WUS!

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ter illustrated than In the endorse- ten-year, red tape delay faced by man But every presidential hooe-|dence ta hia own he*lth-
' any "genius from Genoa" who to-1 ful in 1952 favored revision in ^
day might try to get into America' order to appeal to the big city vote' 11,,t w" whv Hagerty got so
under the quota system, without a and the various nationality groups i801* at the interview given by
sponsor. The word from Governor Harri- Dr- p,ul Dudley White in his home
Harriman has been violently, men's office in Albany is that he in Boston indicating that there was
critical of the emergency refugee will make no reply to Representa- much more dubt than eartier ex-'ferlng- from appendicitis,
relief program as too small and Uve Walter's endorsement This Is PPenaiciua.
too 'ow. I to maintain the stand that Go ver-:
When Edward J. Corsi was fired!nor Harriman is not a candidate
Governor Harriman Is one of the by the^tate Department as advisor ior ,he Democratic nomination!
many Democrats who have loudly on the refugee program, Governor Representative Walter, as raera-
Harrimaa promptly put him on the: r*1" *nd now chairman of the House
New York State Committee on| Un-Amerjcan Activities Committee,
Refugees. Corsi and Walter are of: J1" ln the past supported Governor
course anathema to each other. Hamman s consistent fight against
In view of New York's huge for-' international communism. Walter
last December, the then-Governor- eign-born population, no public!n,s *lso ipported the foreign-aid
elect Harriman called the law a official in the state would dare programs which Harriman has
"stupid blunder." Uke a position different from Gov-|'tliyocated.
He said it "throws immigrants, ernor Harriman's on immigration ?ut on the issue-of immigration
who arrive here in search of free- questions. I policy they're still poles apart.
dom and opportunity, into jail, Representative Walter knows And there's little chance either will
alongside thieves and hoodlums, this. Yet he climbed on the Harri- change.
while immigration papers are be- man bandwagon with a noisy de-j '
ing inspected and straightened | nunciation of Gov. Adlai Stevenson
out." I for having taken the same position SPEED SAGA
Last March, before the Nation-! ss Harriman on immigration,
alities Division of the Democratic Consistently, since his 1952 cam-
National Committee, Governor paign. Governor Stevensoa
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Take Good Care !
01 Ducks You Shoot
i
URBANA, DI. Shooting
fee dock is just the beginning, a
Uarrersity of Hfinois foods special-
ist reminded hunters
Remember to keep tbe bird dry,
Geraldme Acker said And cool it
and keep it cool as sooa after
it as possible
Carelessly throwing tbe bird into
a bat car trunk means that it will
likely go ado the garbage pad
when too get home, she said.
Pick tbe bird soon after you get
borne. Picking is better than skin
ning because skinned birds dry out
too easily in cooking.
When you draw tbe duck, first
cut the bead, then the feet and
wings frota the body.
Instead of washing. wmc B
drawn dock with a damp doth.
Washing remores much of the
flavor.
Expert game cooks. Miss Acker
said, prefer buds that have been
refrigerated for two or three days.
This time, tbey say, improves
flavor and texture.
Fluorescent Slreel
ligbfs Are Tested
GRAND RAPIDS, Mkh. (UP)
Grand Rapids may -become one
of the first of the larger ties to
tbe United States to replace all or
its old-style street lights with
fluorescent street lights.
Fluorescent lights have been Ja-
stalled in one small section** tbe
downtown are* and members of
city commissioners said they have
been impressed by the amount of
light they give. Commissioner Ber-
nard Barto said a proposal may
be placed on the ballot next spring
to finance installation of fluores-
cent lights throughout this eity of
300,000.
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ANAMA AMEKICAN Alt INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER
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%Free World Must Maintain
Retaliatory Power-+Dulles
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CHICAGO, DEc. 9 (UP) The
free world must maintain i t s
warning system of alliances and
capacity to retaliate against ag-
gression U the "indispensable
price of peice,'' Secretary of
State John roster Dulles said last
He aid that free world cooper-
ation prevents "the despots from
miscalculating that they can ose
Rd armies.to conquer
nations, one by one."
In a major' foreign policy speech
to the Illinois Manufacturers
Assn. Dulles, who conferred with
President Eisenhower earlier yes-
terday, said the free world must
.not give up its capacity to reta-
liate massively against agggression
although it still seeks a dependa-
ble system to limit armaments.
LHe said the free nations have
Sbdopted and implemented two pol-
SSps for collective secruty a-
minst communist aggression:
JT-The first policy is to give
clear warning that armed aggres-
sion will be met by collective ac-
S^he second policy is to be pre-
pared to implement this political
Srarning with deterrent power
riJullea said the free world has
low developed a system of great
aower which could be used1 flexi-
Sfcy to make aggression costly
E^'Our capacity to retaliate must
"te and is, massive in order to
deter all forms of aggression, he
added. "But if we have to use
that capacity, such usei would be
elective and adapted to the oc-
rSrfcJ the ''PoU*! J"
hyswm" and "selective retaliato-
fy power constitute in combina,
lion a firm foundation for peace
^Dulles remarks were regarded
s speciaUy significant since
they were delivered only a few
Prs after he and Presiden E.-
Senhower attended a Na"01 **
ritv Council meeting at Camp
Safvld MToulles flew directly to
^rw^^seo^rfor speech
jince7ai.Se of the Big Four cor.
Dulles said the administration
will ask Congress next month for
as much money as it believes 'an
be usefully spent to provide eco-
nomic aid to less developed a
reas And, he said, the adminis-
tration expeeta that Congress will,
as In the past; patriotically re-
spond. .
He gave no specific and figure.
weaker This year's economic aid totals
$2,703,0000,009 tie rough out the
world.
JACOfT OH ltlP*W
By OSWALD JACOBY
Written for NA Service
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"GOING TO PIECES" DOESN'T BOTHER HIM Bikbi
Aihizawa has proven aucoasatnl at patching up his customers
problem*. An expert on Oriental art, he's also a master at putting
together glass and pottery work which "aspad shattered beyond
hope. Shown here to his San prancisco Japanese art objects shop,
Aihizawa Is painting a vase which he bad repaired.
Yesterday we saw how important
it Is to protect your trump suit.
This may still be important even
if your trump suit looks big and
strong enough to take care of itself.
You couldn't ask for a better or
stronger trump suit than the
spades in today's hand. Neverthe-
less this suit isn't quite as strong
as it looks.
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were
Alter DEC. see our TOY
EXHIBITION it LA MODA AMERICANA
vered y ~Ji' .v Thundenet,
purposes for which it is ia
nded." Matthews said.
' "It is the coUecve effort of
r^he NATO naons .the cause ol
jefrnse which have preserved ^
4i this part of hte world. And no-
to this part of the world And no-
thins his occurred in recent
months, much to our regret
which permits us to relax these
*Puten minister of defense Cor-
; e'is Staf accepted the planes on
I Sehalf of the Dutch novernment.
! R said that his country could not
support such an air force if it
Srnot for NATO cooperaUon.
He said the cost of keeping the
air force constantly eauipped with
tte "test type aircraft would be
! prohibitive
i
Play the hand in slapdash style
and see what happens to you. West
opens the queen of hearts, and the
suit is continued. You ruff the
second heart very wisely. You
certainly can't afford to let the
enemy take two heart tricks when
you must sooner or later give up
a club and a diamond.
Now, in slapdash style, you be-
gin to draw trumps. You find that
(our rounds of trumps are nece-s
sary, and this process leaves you
with only one trump.
What next? You lead a club, and
East takes the ace of cWhfand
leads a third heart, forcing out
your last trump. You must- now
tackle the diamonds, but this al-
lows East to take the ace of
diamonds and defeat you with the
rest of the hearts. Your magnifi-
cent six-card trump suit didn't last
long enough!
The solution to the problem Is to
make proper use of dummy's
miserable little singleton deuce of
trumps. This little fellow is Just as
powerful as your six high trumps.
You win the second trick By
ruffing a heart, but you do not
draw trumps. Instead, you lead
diamonds until somebody takes the
- ace. A heart is returned, and you
th*. must ruff again. Now you lead i
club to force out the ace of that
SUit. :
When East takes the ace ol
clubs he cannot lead a fourth
heart. Dummy's trump is still;
there to stop the heart suit. If any-
thing else is returned, South easily
draws trumps; and if hearts are
returned, dummy ruffs, and South
is in no danger.
Search Resumed
For Crashed Navy
Neptune Bomber
, HONOLULU, Dec. 9 (UP)-Two
Manas resumed a search today
for seven crewmen of a N i v y
Neptune patrol bomber that
crashed Wednesday into the sea
during a low-level manuever of!
Kauai Island.
Officials directing the search
believed there was only a a 11 m
chance of finding the crewmen.
An intensive search of the area
yesterday turned up only bita of
wreckage.
Meanwhile, Marine planes front
the Kaneohe station on Oahu Is-
land searched a 9900-square-mile
area south of Oshu for two Sky-
raider bombera that crashed Moth
day night. There was little hope
that the two pilots would be found.
Three survivor* were rescued In
the crash of the Navy Neptune
bomber. Thev were taken to Trip-
ler General Hospital in Honolulu.
Two of the three said they had
the "impression" of seeing others
in the water right after the crash.
The survivors were:
Lt. K. C. Guedel, Dover, Ohio,
the pilot; Lt. (jg) E. F. OM s 1-
ley, Chicago, the co-pilot; and Lt.
(jg) Robert S. Smith Montgom-
ery, Ala., the navigator.
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FOR SALE
Automobiles
"OR SALI:3-pitci livinaj room
at. coffee tabla, trove. Sing-
ar tewing michine. Phono Cris-
rabal 3-2721.
FOR SALE Mihof.r. dim n,
raam. 9 piece.; .ix-.trana! Rat-
tan livioaj room, 4 piece.; water
hearer; crnico eeerei, drape..
Panama 3-5707.
WI RUY i na fall can. Carafe
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RETIREMENT, LIFE
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phone PMSBt t-655t
FOR HINT: furnished apart-
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Apartment 3 ar call Phone 3-
477.
FOR JALE: Double oea. earing
mettrett, 50 dollar. 0776 R
W||.mien Placa, after 7 a.m.
FOR SALE:1*52 Fare1 Fardar
l-cyl., radio, bettor. If you ap-
areciere a well-kept car, rkie ie
ft. 10.000 States!* mile.. S0O0
Panama. Nevar mea1 i* Interiar.
Alwayt garegad. eautiful elacfc
fini.h, perfect chreeM. Duty
pahJ. Peaema 3-<2R2.
FOR SALI: 1955 Heetwaei
C.dillac, air conditioned and
electric Hiring, completo accet-
eeriei, dutie. not paid. Contact
Hotel Wathingten. ream 324,
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Miscellaneous:
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TRANSPORTES RAXTIR. SA.
Peckott Snipper. Meyere
Ht.net 2-245 *-*
Letra .ami at
PANAMA RIDING SCHOOL
Riding Jumein cmiaae tie
1 te 5 p.m. S"MI *-027t
er by eppeintment.
Carnegie President
Warns Of Dangers
01 Over Population
WASHINGTON. Dec. 9 (UP> -
Dr Vannevar Bush said today that
unkind "is headed for catastro-
he" unless "We learn to hold eui
numbers within reason.
Bush issued this warning in his
ast annual report as president o
the Carnegie Institution of Wash-
ington whifh he has headed since
lift.'His successor ia Dr. dry I
Parker Haskins.

Even If man manages to avoid
BUrlet-r and biological wari a re.
*f .111 is headed for catastrophe
\to)ty, he mends his ways and
Sites thought for the morrow,
Bush said.
' "The world's population," he;
added, "is- increasing at a rate;
nich renders distress, fa m i n e, j
aad dlsintegraon inevitable unless
m learn to hold our numbers
jwithin reason."
Fiod supplies can be greatly in-
creased by farming the sea
FOR SALI: -- Chetp! Rambaa
terree, large chair, coffee tabla
and) lama $125; larfa flat trove,
perfect condition $120; hat wa-
ter heater $65; miicellinooui
itemi. Faeno 3-1773.
FOR SALIHeu.ehold furni.h
inflt: living room, b a 4 r a a m,
kitchen. Phono lilboi 2-3672,
2-2475.
FOR SALI: 1953 Studofcakar
Sport Model, w/t/w tires, radia.
overdrive, rae) leather upholstery,
duty paid. $1100, encellen! con-
dition. Tiller Inter, neat te II
Roncho. Phono 2-2513.
FOR SALEJhewciMi, Bar-
reuflhi cash raajerei. fleer elec-
tric fa, cteioet, ditalty.. Kar-
de. de.k ind ether trticlet. Al-
ta right to keyi. Centrtl Avenue
115.
FOR SALI '53 HHIrnan $700;
Fritidtire $175; He v. $150;
furniture. Call 3-3677 Panama.
POR SALE:lay t aUtaaab bi-
cycle, excellent condition. OH
Gttun 541 ar boma 41.
FOR JALE: 1950 Studebiker,
teed tires, teed condition. Tele-
phone I.Ik.. 2-3672. 2-2475.
Help Wanted
WANTID: Iiperienced cook
and housekeeper. Houte 6260,
Lai Riet.
FOR SALI: 1953 Oldtmabile
91, H.I,.., Hydrim.tic. r.dio.
power I 111, power window.,
duty ptid, $1600. Retbae 2
413$.
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For F. A. Fischhuber
New Books
Choice .election ef U.S. and Eu-
rope.n Chriitma. Tree ernt-
menti. Alia Chrittmat decari-
tiem and h'flhtt far homo., ttarei,
club, and organfaatiaoi. AMIR-
ICAN SUPPLY CO., "J" "
Na. 13-06.
FOR SALEChild troll rep de.k
and chair; child', dreu.na tabla
and .tool. Wanted: 25 cycle
record player, Pkene 2-4224.
TTINTI0N 6. t!
darn furaithod apo
I.
cold wtter.
3-4941.
FOR RINT:3-bedroom he.no
ia CaHe da Lee Ande. Norte. Las
Cambras. Call 2-04310 Panama.
FOB RINT: leant if ul duple i
aaartmeat, Ricardo Arias Street.
Cama* A let re: 2 bedroom., hot
water, very cnol. Phone 2-2341
or 3-0294.
FOR RINT:Apartment. Ninth
Street, Rio Abaje No. 2412 a*
cell 3-4494.
FOR RINT: Furahhed apart-
ment, iH utilitie.. Army intpttt-
od. Via E.pt., hou.t before
Jutn Franca.
FOR RINT:I-bedroom chtlet.
fnrniebod or unfurnithed. For
mfermatian call at Via Parral
No. 19 from 5 to a.m.
Wanted to Buy
FOR RINT:Very nice 2-1
Mom apartment with bet wait*.
Por further formation ciH 3-
3421.
FOR RINT:Modern apartment,
2 bedroom, all convenience*.
"II Cangrejo." Via Aroentine
No. 75. Can be toon during the
FOR RINT:2-bedroom apart-
ment, bet water. Ave. Cabe No.
51. Phen. 2-1227. 3-3329.
FOR SALI: Twa waef bawd-
woven colorful Guttamilin bltn-
kert. taw $10 etch. Collet*
Dormitory. An
FOR SALI:AKC Cocker Sgtn-
iol puppioi. Ready tor delivery
Chrittmat. Call Gamboa -203.
Rachel drson's "Edge of the
Sea," a companion piece to her
earlier "The Sea Around Us,"
heads the list of books placed in
circulation this week by the Ca-
nal Zone Library.
"The Edge of the Sea." which
is illustrated with drawing by Bob
Hines of the U.S. Fish and wild
life Service, describes the life of
the plants and animals, some of
them minute, which make their
homes between land and sea a-
iong the east coast of the United
SUtes.
fPart of the book appeared re-
cently in The New Yorker Maga
< tine.
The list of books placed in cir-
culation this week follows:
Non-Fiction: The Ainsley ease:
ne of the true cases of the conn
v lawyer of upstate New York
whose memoirs have been so
widely read. PartrHge: The Edge
.of the Sea, Carson; Gardeniningin
Mass tor Mr. Franx A. FUchlthe l,^ cj^tj, Hulne. clear
FOR SALI: White hih-top
boot! with roller .kit*, attach-
ed, ill. '. j; mall two-wheeled
bicycle Hau.e 175 Margan Ave.
Phone lilboa 1214.
FOR RINT: Forniehod apart-
ment, military impacted. Via
Perm Na. 99. Phono 3-2061.
WANT TO IUY:Jeep Mutt
bo la aaad operating c end if ion
I mater I and matt have 4-wheel
drive. Drop a card fa M/Sgt. J.
K. Foley, USAF School, Alb rook.
WAT0~T0 RUY: Smooth
tiro. lurtablc far reconstruction.
Rocenatractora Nacional, Aveni-
da Pera 7. Phone 2-04043.
Position Offered
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WANTED:Experienced Saan-
nh-Ingliih ttenegripher Tahiti
Jewelry Store,. 11-4$ Central
Avenue.
RESORTS
rm
SANTA CLARA Catino Caertae.
$2 per porten evereie>t. Linena ;
and raam service provided. Dine
at the Cuino. Congenial, friend-
ly atmoophoro. Panamanian and
American cui.ine. P]
FOR RINT: Farntabed apart-
went. vtryflviNfj mrw. rli*>Pie) it-
1004.
FOR RENT
Rooms
FRANZ A. FISCHHUfifR
mastering the sun-powere'd pro- hubr, UrM-tm* Pim merch- channels; Television' and Ameri
duction methods used by plsnta. ant, wn Iwneld Sunday at 7a.m.can people, Wylie; Cairo to Cape
But that, Bush said, will "only, in the Cristo Rey Church. 'Town postpone the crisis.'' Mr. Fischhuber came to Pana'
on recent tntr
Reynolds; Captain
jifll to,Africa),
m*JVwrs a*,frojn A"s,r'. Dreyfus; the story of m mass
started Morrison s Novelties store hysteria: (History of the Dreyfus
on the corner of J Street !,), Halasx; Danger is ny Des-
ycars ago in 1S5. He was well- u (T,,M from , ,dvanturous
known to Canal Zone residents. \m) orsborne: Portrsit of Patton
.. . .. (Biography of the American gen-
1 .Hu. W!' X >ca.rsc0l.d.!.t ""^S' eral by a man who served under
of his death last Saturday at hu|hi|n m two World Wtxi)i -Stsm-
hoipe ib Panama, He was buried; m. Hiroghima DitTr. the jour-
last Sunday in the Jardn de Paz.|M, of j,p,nMe physician, Aug.
' BELGRADE. Dec. 9 (UP) -An Surviving Mr. Fischhuber XR.^cTION1^' TKe^CeHar at Na
Amrricsn mother who got "J'his wife Martha, his mother Ro-'5 Bodington; BeU's Lsnding (New
wrong son on her first try to io- tll, Fischhuber, a sister. Mrs. F' .. d6 .. diUo_ influence a
?* S X"-:?Z$*J* et! Margarita Dorner and brother A- ITa^^^LiSTaZ^.
|e right one next wees. (,, tn Ludwig.
US Mother Finds Son
In Yugoslav Home
Alter 6-Year Search
Radio Programs
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VTaltra lM.Mfl People Meal
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FOR RINT: RaautrfaUy far-
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Continued (reta Page 1)
mtterial. Unless the Oovernor
can come up with a lot of good
reasons, I think the Railroad's
cast was won."
Sevaral white-collar workers
who wanted to attend the hear-
lntu but could not Ret off said
they "read it all" in the news-
papers.
One government official sa'.d
he regretted verv much the lan-
guage used which Implied cri-
minal negligence on the nart of
the company. He added that he
felt employes could have said
"slack of foresight or unintel-
ligent handling" of the situation.
MAN'S BIST FRIEND
HILLSDALE. Mich. (UP)
When Thomas Fulmer left his auto
to inspect a huntin
his dog alone in
Mendes Throws
Political Bomb
At Faure's Group
PARIS, Dec. 9 (UP) Pierre
Mendes-Krance threw a political
Urae-bomb at Premier Edgar Fau-
re's political group today- in a
move that threatened to blast wide
open one of France's' traditional
party alliances.
The ticking bomb was a 24-hour
ultimatum from Mendes' Radical
Party to Faure's Rally of Left
Republicans (RLR).
Mendes lit its long fuse and tos
sed it to the RGR Thursday night
when he ordered It to get rid of
Faure and other rebel Radical by
tonight.
Unless his demand ii met Men-
des was expected to pull the Radi-
cal Party out of the RGR electoral
machine in which It haa always
been a major force.
A majority of Paris newspapers
predicted today that Faure and
the rebel Radicals would stand
fast, thus forcing an open break
between the Radical and the RGR.
Shrapnel't furnithod hee.ee on >
beech at Santa Clara. TelapfceM '
Themaien. Rilboa 1772. J
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TocUy, Friday, Dec. 9
he returned, he found the car se-
curely locked.
The keys were Inside and the
dog had punched down all of the
locking knobs.
Fulmer had to walk two miles to
bis home to get his spare keys.
"I don't "blame the Oovernor
for being resentful. However, 1
was pleased that the Governor
thinks we were U deserving of
site he left'betterment in wages." The of-
e car. When' flclal ndmitted thr eailroad pre-
sented a strong case against a-
bandonment.
The committee has given neo-
pie a "foot m the door" a legal
source said. Emnloyes feeT they
now have people in Congress
who really understand them.
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P.M.
4:SO-What's Your FRvorlte
(requests taken oy
phone till 3:00)
o:30NeW5 .
5:35-What's Youf /arorlte
(cont'd)
1:00Allen Jackson
6:15-BLUE RIBBON SPORT8
REVIEW
6:30Christmai Shopping Cal-
endar
6:45Shirley Ablcalr
7:00ORGANAIR8 (Nescafe)
7:15-Freddy. Martin
7:30Report From The USA.
I; 00Music By Roth
8:30- Family Theater
9:00You Asked For It 're-
queststaken by phone
Ijohan 8teigerwald. 16. recently i a .,
sted at a Yugoslav childrenOlOrOQe Life
kbme. received his American,^ ,
Mssport here. yw"iJy after a Qf f^t>Q\ Increased
ttree-nation six-year utternational
till 7:30)
My Old Man (A boy and his fath- 10:25 News
er in a small Michigan town in,J0:S0One Night Stand
the 1930s). Erno; F.O.B. Murder, ]0:45 Temple Of Dreama
'The Genius and the Goddess (A'ii:oa_mus1c To Dream By
search. He leaves next week for
ffiiladelphia to join his 18-year-
Old siater Maria, also lost for sev-
eral years, and his mother, Mrs.
Elizabeth Etzel.
famous scientist and his beautiful
wife seen in retrospect), Husley;
D U I r* iTne toke 'Legend of nights
DV HarmleSS DrUaS 'and chivalry>. ShejUbarCar
i Panama Periodical Ancles
DAVIS, Calif. (UP) Bv! Across four continents on two cy-
treatiag meat with certr.in harm-! linders (In Populare Mechnlcs; y.-
jleu drugs it can be kept longer 104, No. ; December, 55: p.113-
I Philadelphia-born Mrs. Etui in cold storage or the deep freeze.' 120. 336. 236, 240. 84;, Cornet.
harried Mathias Steigerwald dur- ccording to a food technology ex--------------:
ained there until late to \ht Tappe| npori% ,hjlt ^ mln% rhe anlioxid,ntj he teatod are
**r fresh pork, turkey, and fish with synthetic and now are being.used
5;Durin|'the war the father dis-,so,utions oi the Ust-eM ntioxi- in processing foods
appeared, and the mother, leav-
g their two children with their
grandparents was sent to the Uk-
raine. In 1949 she was repatriated
U the U.S. and began the long
search for her children through
the International, American, Ger-
man and Yugoslav Red Cross.
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On* of thy meet tnrbulctM. exantag eras ! wee**
ironUer htaiory, the rtotcwg days when Wyatt tar etrea
g wiet gown Wichita. Kansas, ia dnmaets**) ha "WteW-
*>. C*efc*9eop attraction I
I JeVl McCrea is cast as the almeat legendary towgguaJfc/.
ho overaomered the Mtlasra. gunmen and killer* aa thr
strength .f i coarageaM heart a* the ttMdttest aix-gun
in the west. Adrt.
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Tomorrow, Satarday, Dee. It
AJrI.
1:00SlgTi OnAlarm Clocit
Club < request*taken by
phone tilt 7:00)
7:30Jazz Salon
1:15 More About Blffer
8:30 Musical Reveille
9:00Newi
9:15r-Trlbute to phanukah
Jewish'holy day
9:30-r-AsI See It
10:00Newi
10:05Off The Record 'requests
taken by phone till
S:30>
: 11:00News
11:05Off The Record 'cont'd)
11:30Meet The Entertainer
12:00Newa
ffjkl
12:05Lunch time Melodiea
12:30New Tune Time
1:00Newi
1:15Les Brown Show
1:30>Wayne King Serenade
2:00Instrumental Capers
2:15Rhvthm And Reason
2:90Children's Classics
3:00Concert On The Mall
1:30 Music For Saturday
4:00Feature Review
4:30What's Your Favorite
(request* taken by
nhone till 3:00)
5: JO New
5:35Whit's Your Favorite
(cont'd*
6:00Onest Star
1:15 I OF RIBBON SPORTS
REVIEW
6:30Manhattan Melodies
:4ADo It Yourself
7:00OROANAIRfl
7:15Freddy Martin -oaatgjj
7: 0Report From The UR.A.
00Peris Star Time
OUfe With The Lyons
00Your Hit Parade
30Rays R Laugh
00 Music From Hotel El
Panama
30The Owl's Nest
00 a.m. Sunday, Dec. 11
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Unique Tombstones
For Railroaders
Father And Son
COLUMBUS, Miss (UP) Two
! railroaders, a father and son, lie
Iburled in Columbus' historic
Friendship Cemetery,beneath
unique tombstones commemorating
their many years on the trains.
On the tombstones of Kellie Rich-
mond Riley, a veteran Gulf, Mobile
lc Ohio Railroad conductor, and
his son, John K. Riley, also a con-
ductor, are inscribed accurate
reproductions of the cabooses as-
signed to the men during much of
their railroad service. The carvings
are about IS inches long and six
inches high.
The senior Riley died March 23,
1M8 at the age of 68. His son
died a year later at 34. Their
graves lie only a short distance
from G. M. ft O. rails.
IN
HOLLYWOOD (NEA) -
There's a box-office code for ev-
erything these daya even for
movie monsters.
Make-up wMi Bud Westmore
flashed me the latest word from
Universal International studio's
chamber of horrors.
Bud spends a lot of time there.
It'* furnished with a bio aven
far baking ogras and cluttered with
tatty items like a sculptured ver-
of an exposed brain, death
masks, a handsome specimen of
a tarntula in i jir of formal-
dehyde and a printed sign that
asks: "Have You Smiled Today?"
The ghoulish, one-eyed Glob in
"It Came From Outer Space";
the monstrous Mutants in "This
Island Earth" and the half-human,
half-fish Gill Man of "The Crea-
ture From the Black Lagoon," its
sequel, "Return of the Creature,"
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Se'tnrdijr "SfV CHASERS''
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Hunts HALL
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Saturday "MISTER ROBERTS"
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"Trouble Along The Way"
Anthropologist
Has Good Word
For Adolescents
GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. (UP)
Dr. Margaret Mead, famed an-
thropologist and author, doesn't
think adolescents are as bad as
everybody thinks they are.
"I think they sre astonishingly
good," Dr. Mead told an audience
here. "We've abandoned them . .
let them og off in a lot of auto-
mobiles . refused to chaperon*
them . snd we say.'I don't
want to be a killjoy.'
"Nevertheless, the young people
of today are making the best mar-
riages this country has seen in 100
years," she said.
BATTLE REPORT
MUSKEGON, Mich. (UP) -
An excited woman called police to
report she overheard a "bloody
battle" in progress when she
e'eked up her telephone. Police
aced tbe open line to the home of
Charles Fricke and found the tele-
phone receiver in the Fricke home
had been knocked off the hook and
was lying near a television set. The
"battle" was merely part of the
TV program, police said.
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and its sequel, "The Creature
Walks Among Us," are Bud's most
recent scalp crawlers.
"BUT OUR LITTLE COMMU-
NITY is growing," he said as he
affectionately patted a nine-foot
replica of a prehistoric lizard that
had just slid out of his plastic
rubber baking oven.
"This kid," he said, "hhs star-
dam in a film titled 'Land Un-
known.' Moviegoers will love him."
That's the secret, Westmore ex-
plained, about movie monsters.
"A monster," Bud assured me,
"can't be too grotesque or he
might draw a laugh. One laugh
at the wrong time and you're
dead. Sure, he should scare peo-
ple, but at the same time he
should be pleasant enough to
draw a little affection or sympa-
thy once in a while."
THE BEST MONSTERS, West
more continued, are based on
spiders, grasshoppers and bugs.
"Women and children," he said,
"fear them most. We found out
that the maximum of menace can
be attained, too, by eliminating
the nose. By making the nose
oversized, the monster gets too
much sympathy."
Pur-bearing ogres, says West-
mere, are out. They remind people
of their pets.
"Our monsters never capitalize
en a typical human deformity,
eimar."
So far none of Westmore's mon-
sters have had to speak dialog.
Like the old model T Ford,
though, they wheeze, rumble,
creak, hum, gasp and growl.
"But their noises," he says,
"have to deliver a message. Even
a grunt is emotional."
OORI INVENTING requires
considerable research.
Westmore has pored through
books on life in the ocean depths,
zoology, phychology, geology, hu-
man anatomy and even chemistry
for formulas in casting nightmar-
ish outer skins.
But his job, he says, doesn't give
him nightmares.
"I still dream," he grinned,
"about beautiful girls."
Westmore probably has drawn
mere public praise for his ability
to make beautiful woman even
mere beautiful en the screen. His
family has been in that business
GOOD IDEA
CAPE ELIZABETH Me (UP)
When he became blind in 1932,
Philip S. Bagley, 44, was in a quan-
dary as to how to support him-
self Finally he got the idea of
cutting aup squash and marketing
it in transparent bags. Now he
uses the same system for carrots,
beets and parsnips and he a n d
bis wife do a thriving business.
for years. He's the first Westmore
to combine beauty secrets' with
ghoulish monsters.
He appreciates their lack of tem-
perament. Westmore monsters
can't talk back to directors, com-
plain to agents, demand bigger
dressing rooms or go on sit-down
strikes for more money. Gentle i
people, really.
18-Year-0ld
Collects 17th
Attendance Pin
FARRELL, Pa. (UP) Lair
Schirmer, son of the pastor of S ,
Psul's Lutheran Church here, wi I
receive his 17th pin for perfect
Sunday School attendance on
Christmas Day, just three woi
before bis 18th birthday anniv
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Larry, son of the Rev. and
Clemens W. Schirmer, waa
taken to Sunday School as a bat
by his mother and hasn't missed
single Sunday since.
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Best were included as
IOVERNOR 8F.YBOLD anBmiMOjSglL^gg gS
T LUNCHEON IN FERN ROOM OF TIVOLi GUEST HOUSfc ^^ evening Mr tnd Mr$ John
Governor John S. Seybold was host for a Me Mg OJ of Ancon were host, at dm-
, the Fern Room of the TItoII Guest ffcj^& DCr
members of the Panama Canal Subcoromtttse oi toe ceanmai 0n Tueiday evening Mr. and
Stee on Merchant Marine and llierit. .. 8tato Mrs. t. A. Stepp and family of
Most member, of the group are returning to the States i Rousseau entertamed the two la-
iorrow aboard the SS Panama. ____ die tt dinner.
Mr. Dougla' Parents the coming season. Their subscnp-
Arriva Prom Chicas* | tions will provide organized soft-
Mr. and Mrs. John Douglas of j ball for 20 teams in four different
Chicago, Illinois arrived by plane age groups and still leave a little
last night to visit their son and money over for prizes and medals.
daughter-in-law Mr. and Mrs. Rob-! At this meeting, too. Rotaran
ert Douglas of Coco Solo. i Tony Raymond announced that he
--------' had received an offer from the
^** I firm of C. Fernie A Co. of twelve
Spanish Ambassador Christmas Trees. These will be
Entertains The Osborms turned1 over to Rotary for distil-
Mr. and Mrs. Manuel Osbome bution as they think best,
were guests of honor at a dinner! Guest speaker for the day was
given by the Spanish Ambassador! Kart Shirley who teaches mathem-
and Condesa de Rftbago at
Embassy residence, recently.
the,
rawed Parti**, Dinners
nor Miss Nannette Lynch
hd Mrs. MyrH* iyers
Miss Nannette Lynch and Mrs.
yrtle Byers who were to leave'
Is morning by MATS plane for
Eoble en route to Akron. Ohio.
tve been honored at a number of,
ewell parties and dinners.
fMijs Lynch is transferring from
Headquarters, IMh Naval Di-
i-
to your daughter!
strict, to a Naval station at Akron.
Her mother, Mrs. Byers is ae-
companying her to her new sta-:
tion. '
They have made their home on|
the Isthmus for the past 15 years.
Last week Mrs. John Roger of;
Curundu Heights entertained at a
coffee and handkerchief shower
for Mrs. Byers.
Guests Included Mrs. Audrey
Loughran, Mrs; Loretta II a y e i, i
Mrs. Hazel Hurley, Mrs. Polly
Kallin, Mr. Nancy Carey. Mrs.
Jessie Kaska, Mrs. Laurie Hender-
son and Mrs. Phyllis Best.
Wednesday evening they were
the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Robert
Rathgaber of Balboa.
Last evening, their final dinner
on the Isthmus was at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Best of Curun-
du.
On Saturday evening Mr. and
Mrs. Fred Winslow of Curundu
Heights entertained at a dinner for
Miss Lynch and Mrs. Byers.
Sunday morning, Mrs. Albert
Joyce of Balboa entertained at
breakfast for Miss the Mother and
daughter. Mrs. Marion Dodson.
Mrs. Audrey Loughran and Mrs.
Panamanian Ambassador
To Argentina Honored
The Minister of Social Security
and Public Health and Mrs. Sergio
Gonzlez Ruiz gave a dinner in
honor of the Panamanian Ambas-
ador to the Argentine and Mrs.
Carlos Icaza at the Hotel El Pa-
nama, this week.
US Ambassador Fotod
At BridB Suppar
The United States Ambassador
and Mrs. Julian Harrington were
guests of honor Tuesday at a sup-
per and card party given toy Mr.
and Mrs. Brack Halter at their
home in Golf Heights.
atics at Cristobal High School.
Before coming to the Isthmus
Shirley spent a year in Japan on
the staff of an American school
230 miles north of Tokyo He told
of his experiences and described
Japan as a land of taxicabs and
children.
He found the Japs a friendly
happy people. They were great
on holidays and though poor they
alwayi seemed to be having a
good time. New Year's day was the
Miss Mary Morris big holiday of the year. Everybody
Back For Visit felt that they were a year older on
Miss Mary Elizabeth Morris a that day and tried, if possible, to
former resident of tbe Isthmus, get all their debts paid off before
whose home is now in Hous t o n I that great day came.
Dr. ana) Mrs. Birdsall
Will Vacation In Honduras
Dr. and Mrs. Benjamin Bird-
sail of El Cangrejo will leave Dec.
20th for Tela Honduras, where they
will visit Mrs. Birdsall's sister
Mrs. F. J. Skelton.
Texas, is here to spend the Christ
mas holidays with her aunt and
uncle Mr. and Mrs. R. K. Morris
of Bella Vista.
Before hi marries explain
; these Intimate Physical Facts!
No iovingmother should lrt her
daughter marry without tell-
. irif her how important douch-
ing two or three time a week
1 ofti'n is to intimate feminine
'. cleanliness, health, charm and
^.marital happiness.
And, be sure to tell your
daughter about this newer,
scientific, method of'douching
with ZoNtTE how no other
type of liquid antiseptic-germi-
cide for the douche of all tWe
tested is So PoyrfkrvL yet So
AtE to delicate tissues. '
Discovered by Famous
Surgeon ano! Chemist
Warn her, too, against the ose
of ineffective, home-made solu-
tions or dangerous, over
^ strong products., Zonite, dis-
y covered by a famous surgeon
. and a noted chemist, can be
used as directed as often as -
saLrnepessary without the slightest
y/sf of injury. It kills every
jgerm immediately on contact,
Bdestrovs and removes odor-
V causing wastes. Use this mod-
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Will reopen lor the season on
December the 21st

RESERVATIONS NOW RECEIVED
BY PHONE P-A 3-0208 OR BY WIRE
DIRECTLY
Criifobal-Colon Rotary
Hears Karl Shirley's -
Talk On Japan
The Cristobal-Colon Rotary Club
held their regular weekly meeting
at the Stranger's Club today. The
attendance of Rotarians was as
good as at any meeting this year
and there were five guests includ-
ing Ernest Cotton who was form-
erly in charge of the Panama Ca-
nal's Printing Press at M o a n t
Hope and is now a Rotaran in
Dundee, New York.
He described very good hotels
charging as much or as little ss
you wanted to pay excellent
rail system very poor roads -
Wider US Markets Not Soft Loans
Wanted By Central America-Nixon
WASHINGTON. Dec. (UP)-turned from tour of Central
Vice President Richard M. Nix- America earlier this year a. ium
on called today for freer trade ; believer in t^e adrisaWli^ of in-
between the United States and creased trade with the Latin *
Latin America to cement good'merlcan republics,
will in the western hemisphere. Nixon. *hV" ,?.. if th? con-
Nixon said the Latin American Batlle Berres because of the con
countries now working to im- valescence of President. *uon
prove their economies wantjhower. praised *g*f,r
neither "grants nor soft loans'Uruguay's government am em
but an opportunity of develop- phasized the importance or tne
ing wider markets In the United visit.
SUtes." "Uruguay has a long tradition
"It Is up to us now to help den)0CTacy which we have al-
them In this by supportinn Pres- f "' -.mired," Nixon said. "We
ident Eisenhower's Liberal Trade J d t0 be a partner of a
MBTIHCJ
Each ac Mr
colaaaa Mmom a*
arMtoa tara m*
Program." he commented In anlMuntrTthat values''the princl-
interview nf! pies of freedom so highly.
Nixon endorsed the efforts of \vkx thl. time 0f world uncer-
Uruguayan President Luis Bat- \ ^T^.' ,t ,s more important than
UeBerres who is visiting the; lh tn. ]ea(ierj 0f the free
United SUtes in the Interest rt.JJgon. 0f the world visit one
lower tariff and fewer trade re- 0ther to reaffirm their friend-
rictlona. \ , .mD nd to discuss mutual prob-
Nixpn said he agreedI fully E*an understanding that will
with the Uruguayan President Jenia attempta by
that words alone are not enough ^^X^L to spread dis-
to guarantee good will among0
.
sleeping on the floor community |he"ss\'er"r7pubilcs o7 LatTiTA- aenaion."
bathing. Shirley stressed that no|merict
"We must develop hemispher-
ic trade to help raise living
standards and thus strengthen
one of democracy's strongest
bastions," he declared.
"I am very glad that President
Batlle Berres reminded the peo-
the
One of the regular annual acti-
vities of the Cristobal Colon Club
is the sponsorship each dry sea
son, of the Rotary Softball League
for the boys of Colon. Last week
the Department of Physical Edu-
cation of Panama presented the
Club with a medal in recognition
of this service to the community.
one who had spent only a year in
Japan could possible claim to
know or understand the country
and its people. However he him
self, on a year's acquaintance,
seemed to have learned ouite a
lot. He admitted that he could keep
on for hours on the subject.
As a teacher. Shirley was natu-
rally particularly interested in e-
ducation. He found that in math-
ematics, science and even in Eng-
lish the Japanese standards
were higher than in corresponding
American schools. More surpris-
ing still he reported that there was
no illiteracy in Japan. That was
really something to say since it
was a question of everyone being
able to read, at a glance, the com-
plicated Japanese characters.
Next week there will be no guest
I speaker. This yill be as "open
Plans for the 1956 games are al- meeting and lively discussions
ready under way and at tedayTr] expected to take place among R
meeting Rotaran Osmond Kelly, tarlans themselves on various sub.
on behalf of the Youth Committee, jects.
thanked the 23 Club Members who--------
had agreed to act as sponsors rorl (Continued on Page 10)
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pie of the United States of
rery great importance that lib-
eral trade has for this country."
Nixon said.
Nixon also recalled that he re-
Albrook, Kobbe
Protestant Choirs
To Sing 'Messiah'
Protestant choirs of Albrook Air!
Force Base and Fort Kbbbe will]
combine to sing Handel's "Mes-i --
siah" at the Albrook Base Theater i decorated office isays Bmz
Sunday, Dec. 18, at 7:30 p.m. ling how much unnecessary ^flam
The combined choir is under flat WO if ^r^W'
vlously wouldn't treat their own
furniture and possessions care-
lessly. Ashes are flipped on car-
peting, children allowed to
sUnd on upholstered furniture,
cigaret burns ruin upholstery
etc. Take as good or even better
care of the possessions of others
than of your own.
It's a measure of good breed-
ing.
direction of A-2 c Maurice Alfred.
Alfred, a graduate in music from
Hardin-Simmons University, Abi-
lene. Tex., is assigned to the Al-
brook AFB band squadron and has
spent years directing choirs in or-
atorios and cantatas.
This combined choir will also
render the ''Messiah-' at the Fort
Kobbe Theater Dec. 21.
Tbe public is Invited.
lj "s *i -t
Meets On Monday
The December-Meetissj of the
Canal Zone Post, Society of Amer-
ican Miftary Engineers will be
held at the Tivoli Guest House
Main Ban Room on Monday
evening.
Assembly of the group will be
st .00 p.m. withi-;owner at :3o
pm. Major General John S. Sev-
bold, Corps of Rnfteeari", Retired
President of the Pananra Canai
Company and Governor of the
Canal Zone will be tne' principal
speaker.
AD members, -former members,
and prospective members, of the
Society of American MHrUry Zn-
gineers are invited.
Membership in. the society u
open to all who art interested ia
military engineering and the wel-
fare and defense of the United
States.
Reservations may be made by
calling Captain L. W. Norton,
phone 85-2233 (office); or JT-5137
(quarters), or Colonel EM
Browder, Jr., CE, Reserve, phone
9-2-2323 (office) or S-MO (quar-
Naval Officers Wives
Ta Meet At Albreefc ...
The Naval Officers Wives Club
will meet Tuesday, at lo^en a.m.
for a coffee at the AlorooV Of-
ficers Club. The members, ..gre en-
couraged 16 bring guests.
The meeting will includes
"white elephant" sale.
The proceeds from the jale will
A receptionist in a carefully be placed in the welfrre fund.
Please bring as many "white
elephants" as you like and also
cookies, cake or candy if y e u
wish. *
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The theme of the coffee will
convey the Christmas spirit and
offer a fine opportunity to greet
each other with holiday wishes.
Coral Chapter Meets
On Tuesday nl
A stated meeting of Corl Chap-
ter No. t, O. E. S.,- will be held
at tbe Gatun Masonic Temp 1 e.
Tuesday; December 13, H55, ft
7.30 p.m. ". " ^ 1
Regular business, flection of
officers for 116/ Refreshments.
The election of officers is an
important event in the history f
the Chapter. Please make an -ef-
fort to, attend.
On December hiat 7;M pQ.
our newly elected officers ;*r .1
will be installed. Mark this date
on j>our'calendar.
Protest Launched
On Alleged US
News Blackout
PARIS, Dec. 9 (UP.-^The.jn-
ternatlonal Control Commission
has protested against an allefed
U.S. information blackout on
arrival of American troops and
war material in South Vietnam,
the semi-official French neWa
ageney reported today.
The agency quoted French
sources as saying the comrtils-
,sionmade up of Indian, Can-
adian and Polish members -sent
a note to th'tr'l'rench high com-
mand in Saigon.
Contents of the note were re-
layed to the American militar:'
mission and thenoe.to.Washing-
ton, these aources iald.



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FRIDAY, DECEMBER 9, 1955
THE PANAMA AMERICA! AN IWDEPEWDPIT PA1LT IttWSTAEER
PAGE NINE
DELEGATES from each post on the Isthmus attended the second meeting of the newly formed Catho ic Ladies club "cently
at Fort Kobbe. Purpose of the club la to observe the first Friday of each month by reception of Holy Commun 10n, w> serve
in the program of Catholic Action by assisting the cathoUc chaplains in their work and to meet for special activities. P'cturea
Bitting, left to right, are: Mrs. Raymond Lemire. Quarry Heights, Mrs. Emilie Elsberry, Fort Kobbe, Mrs. Theresa Ford Fort
Kobbe, Mrs. Elsa Ortiz-Rodriguez, Fort Kobbe. Standing, left to right, are: Mrs. Roland Wlngo, Fort Clayton, Chaplain Mii-
covic. 903 AAA, Mrs. Noel Cox Fort Clayton, Mrs. Richard Rastetter, Corozal, Chaplain, U8ARCARIB, Mrs. Loretta Spears, t on
Kobbe, Mrs. Thomas Racicot, Fort Kobbe, Chaplain Ryan, Fort Kobbe, and Mrs. Jerry Mastrucci, Fort Amador
, ,. (U.S. Army roots)
'________ "' ________________:____ ... ... i ' -------------------------^------------------------------
'Star-Studded* Graduation
Set Fot Fort Gulick Today
Solon Suggests Government

May Regulate Auto Industry

WASHINGTON, DEc. 9 (UP)
Sen. Joseph C. O'Mahoney (D-
Wyo. i suggested today .that alleg-
edly monopolistic practices by
General Motors and other big au-
to makers may lead to federal
regulation of the -industry.
This brought a prompt retort
from GM President Harlow H.
Curtice. The head of the nation's
largest industrial corporation said
"we want our business to be in
our hands, not in the hands of
so hi.- bureaucrat."
'You may be leading directly
to that end," O'Mahoney warned.
"I don't think so,'' Curtice re-
Joined.
? ,
The exchange took place before
a Senate.anti-monopoly subcDnv
mulec.-' headed by O'Mahoceyv as
Generar Motors executives pre-
sented a. ca*e4>y-case defense, a-
gainst complaints by some of its
retail dealers.
William F. Hufstader, GM-vice
pic .dent and sales manager, said
com ofc Jhe complaining' dealers
M."t.Hr W Albany, N.Y. -
ran a $10,0000 investment in a
Pontiac agency up to one mil-
lion dollars in 14 years.
Sen; Francis Caso (R-S.D.) told
Curtice a disfranchised Chevrolet
dealer in hi state, proposed that
industry appeals boards hearing
such cases should have an "inde-
pendent status."
Curtice replied that such boards
are completely impartial even
though they are composed entire-
ly of GM executives. If dealers
; are not satisfied with the dec i-
sions, he said, they can take their
cases io court.
Frederick J. Bell, exeuctive
vice president of the Nationar Au-
tomobile Dealers Assn. said in a
statement that GM sales agree-
ments with dealers are nothing
but "booby-traps."
His statement, handed to repor-
ers during today's hearing, said
dealers are looking to O'Maho-
ney and his committee for relief
that is long-overdue. -.
Hufstader denied specific charg-
es by previous witnesses that GM
forced dealers to expand, refused
to buy back parts on franchise
cancellation, and forced the pur-
chase* of accessories and special
equipment.
Discussing Yager's
he said the Albany del"
ed $10.000 in his Pont
in 1941. He said $5,000 e'ff.-^as|
borrowed. ...
As of Oct. 31, 1955, Hufstadar
said, "Mr. Yager had made a to-1
tar gain in excess of one million
dollars" on his dealership.
A "star-studded c*at" of sen-
ior Latin American and .S. Ar-
my officers will take part in the
largest and most impressive
graduation ceremony ever to
take place at U.S. Army Carib-
bean (U8ARCARIB) 8cho0l to
day.
Twenty-nine high ranking of-
ficers, some holding their na-
tion's top military post, will re-
ceive diplomas from Ma]. Gen.
Lionel C. McGarr, commanding
general. U. Army Caribbean.
at the Fort Gulick theater. A to-
tal of 362 Latin American offi-
cers, enlisted men and cadets
will be honored.
Semi-annual ceremonies, to-
morrow's graduation will raise
the overall six-year total to ap-
proximately 4,800 Central and
South American students to be
graduated from the .S. Army
operated school. More than 7.CO0
U.S. students have completed
courses in the same period.
Scheduled to receive certifi-
cates at the 3 p.m. ceremony
are Col. Hugo Fuentes, chief of
ground forces, Venezuela; Col.
Rafael Virgilio Vvala. chief of
staff, Venezuelan Army: Col.
Alfonso Rojas Puyana. chief of
staff, Colombian Army: and
Brig. Gen. Francisco Brltez, Par-
aguay. Also Included in the spe-
cial class are four state governors
and several heads of technical
1 services.
Plans for the day-lea* at-
> far Included two graduation
j ceremonies and two receptions.
Brig. Gen. w. E. Laldlaw. chief
of staff, .8. Army Caribbean,
will deliver a graduation address
and present diplomas tomorrow
morning to 228 Latin American
cadets and enlisted men. A re-
ception u scheduled to follow at
11 a.m.
Afternoon activity will begin
with an address by McGarr to
136 Central and South American
officers. Representing 14 na-
tions, the group will receive di-
plomas for completion of any
one of 15 different courses.
Approximately 1,000 graduates
and guests, to include the diplo-
matic corps, will be on hand for
a reception which follows. Sen-
ior U.S. officers and ambassa-
dors will honor the largest group
of graduates ever to be turned
out by the USARCARIB School.
Officers graduating from the
special command and 8taff
course will represent the first
group of high ranking Latin
American officers to attend a
course at the Canal Zone school.
Offered for the first time this
fall, eight nations responded by
sending some of their top mili-
tary leaders. Prior to this year,
the highest level course offered
was for field grade officers.
School officials plan to present
the new course once a year.
In addition to completion of
th special Command and Staff
course, diplomas will bo present-
ed to students who attended 14
additional classes. The eourses
include: engineers officers, com-
munications officers, radio
maintenance, wheel vehicle,
mechanic, tactics, radio opera-
tors (Intermediate), engineer
NCO, military police, fire direc-
tion, clerical, unit supply, non-
commissioned officer, armorers
and radio operators (voice).
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AFB Officers*. Wive' Club for t
fit month trrm of office, com-
mencing Jan. t, 195.
Elected along with Mrs. Wagner
were: Writ Jewell, lit vicepres-
,_. Wagner CHesen
a Head Officers Wive
it Albrook AFB
Mr. Wanda Wagner has baas
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Luscious, chocolate-rich kinds too, like Brownies,
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when yon add Nesde'i Semi-Sweet Chocolate
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13 0e*y ncipti a* tvtry Cooki* Mia
ident; Frances Thompson, 2nd
vie coresident; Loulae Hern, re-
cording secretary; Emily Sink,
corresponding secretary; Irene
Wilson, treasurer; Jerry Sals, as-
sistant treasurer.
Gunttersons Infertsin
Per Mrs. King
Mr. and Mrs. Chris Gunderson
of Los Ribs entertained las eve-
ning with a buffet honoring Mrs.
Vivian King who is visiting her
son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and
Mrs. Richard Eisenmann of Pana-
ma.
La Boca Alumlnl Chair
Ta Sine Af ft. KaMsa
Through the efforts of Mrs
Dorris B. Catdwell, Port K o b b e
Service club director, arrange-
ments have been made to bring
the famous La Boca Alumini choir
to the Post's Service club Thurs-
day evening.
fe 35 songsters wijl be present-
ed in a special annual Christmas
concert featuring selections in-
ccluding "Come All Ye Faithful,
"Silent Night", "Up On A House-
top", "Carol of the Bells", "Come
All Ye SheperdS" and "Glory of
the Lord". <
The group, making its eighth
appearance in the Post's Service
club, will be under the direction
of Miss Emily E. Butcher, music
director in Latin America
schools of the Canal Zone.
Hugh Adams will be accompa-
The La Boca choir is made up
of former students and graduates
of La Boca High school\and Jun-
ior college. They have been sing-
ing together as a group for over
five years.
The program Is open to ail
military personnel and residents
of Fort Kobbe and neighboring
posts. Concert Time Is 8:15 p.m.
Col. and Mrs. Bloch Fete Medal-of-Honor Men
Sunday
7A>/ftafote fkfent
BY MRS. MURIEL LAWRENCE the perils of bathroom climbing.
It doesn't mean that he has gain-
THE day Erics mother found I the slightest under-standing of
him trying to open the bathroom the prottctive loye which motivat-
cabinet, she spsnked him. For he
wss attempting thlsjeat by kneel-
ing one leg on the washbowl while
balancing the other on the toilet
ed her spanking.
His proest simply tells us that
a spanked child didn't enjoy pain-
ful humiliationand will think
seat, ppalled by the possibilities I twice before exposing himself to
of his position, she grsbbed him
and spanked him. Quite hard.
Ttn minutes later, her four-
year-old sought her out. Sidling up
to lay his head against her hip,
Eric murmured plaintively, "Oh,
it again.
This is spanking's usefulness
making a fast change in a child's
action. By arousing Eric'* fear of
mort humiliation, we may end
the action whose danger he cant'
FETED AT A DINNER PARTY held recently by Lt. Colonel and Mrs. O. E. Bloch at their Quar-
ry Heights quarters were All the winners of the Medal of Honor who are currently In the Pan-
ama Area. Wives were Included also. From left to right are Mrs. Bloch. Mrs. William Bad-
ders, 8FC Carlton W. Barrett, Lt. Col. Bloch, Mrs. Stanley Adams, Mr. Badders, Mrs. Joseph
Rodriguez, Lt. Adams,.and Mrs. Ernest Chllders. Standing are: Lt. Rodriguez and Major chil-
ders. La. Rodriguez won the Medal of Honor for action In Korea, Lt. Adams also for Korean
action, and SEC Barrett for action on Normandy during World War II. Major Chllders receiv-
ed the Medal for action In Italy, Mr. Badders for rescue operations of the Squalus, and Lt.
Col. Bloch for Italian theater action.
First Communion
For 23
At St. Christoph's
In the presence of large con-
gregation, 23 candidates were con-
firmed and one received last Sun-
day evening at St. Christophers
Church. The candidates will make
their first Communion at the Sung
Eucharist beginning at 7:30 a.m.
on Sunday.
At the same service, seven pro-
bationers will be admitted as full
members of the Order of the
Daughters of the King, junior div-
ision. The members of the organi-
stion will make their corporate
communion at this service.
At 10:30 s.m., after a tecesa of
one month, the Church School will
meet to begin the 1 55-58 term.
Over 20 teachers have been ap-
pointed to take care of the very
large enrollment expected.
NEW BRITAIN, Conn. (UP)-'
The city ordered a new rain gauge
for the Shuttle Meadow Reservoir j USO-JWB
after the old one was put out of i Center,
commissionby too much rain, i At the first session of meetings
Clayton Nen-Cem Wives
Hold Meeting
The Non Commissoned Officers
Wives Club Of Fort Clayton, held
their monthly business meeting
Monday evening on the second
floor of the Non Commissoned. O-
The Mesdames present were:
The Mesdames present were.
Alice Ingle, Georgia Todd, Ann
Pierdolla, Juanita Poole, Julia
Ortiz, Eva Moore, Stella Wagn-
er, Meldodean Grubbs, Mae Etta
(inner, Irene Knight, Joyce Ry-
les. Dorothy Lelsey, Etta Mae
Holsford, Erna Castilow, Blanche
Thomas. Janet Mappln, Minnie
Freeman, Shirley Fedder.
Mildred Abbott, Lee Brown Lee
Anna Blackby, Martha Walters,
Erstine McGoy. and Lorena Ral-
bar.
The Club also welcomed a new
member Mrs. Anna Regan.
Coffee and fruit cake was serv-
ed.
The hostess for the evening were
Mrs. Georgia Todd, Mrs. Eva
Moore.
'Interpretive Readme;'
Set On Wednesday
The drama series of "Interpre-
tive Reading" under the direction
of Frederick Brerest will begin
on Wednesday, at 7:30 p.m. at the
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how I love you. Mommy. You're;appreciateand get aafer, chang-
the best Mommy In the whole led conduct. That's the end of the
world." |line. Spanking,can take us bo
This flattering protest impres- farther. Its instruction exttnds no
sed his mother. Even as she em-1 deeper than the tingle in the akin
braced him in forgiveness, sbejlt strikes. ,
thought, "Gosh, if this is what To make spanking serve us, we
spanking can do, it's wonderful, need appreciation of both its use
It's not only made my point about' fulness and its limitations.
It's become disreputable disci-
pline bees use neither was appreci-
ated. Parents asktd too much of
spanking.
Now many of us feel grst tear
me
preciation of his mother. We don't
bathroom climbingbut won
new devotion besides.''
SHE'S s little too credulous, I'm
afraid. Though spanking has pro-
bably ended Eric's bathroom
climbing* it has not incressed ap- of it. We have discarded it aa a
useless brutality, though the real
get lt that easy. It's sensible to [brutality ia not in spanking it-
accept this tough reality so that self, but in greediness that want*
we wont' develop any exaggerat- it to teach everything.
ed trust in spanking's po*er as a
discipline instrument.
A spanked child win often pro-
test lncreastd devotion to us, not
because he feels it but because
imagining he does softens the
sting of his humiliation by us. By
WOODiN SIDfWALKS
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MUSKEGON, Mich. (UP)
Muskegon's lsst remaining wooden
sidewalks, relics of the dsys when
. this wis the world's lumbering
convincing himself that his Mom-1 capital, will be replaced soon with
my is the world's best one, Eric cement walks. Old records show
makes his necessary submision tOjthat in 1007, a "depression" year
her endurable.
His protested affection does not
I mean that her spanking has reach-
ed his reason with realization of

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Eden Will Make
Cabinet Changes
Before m Visit
, LONDON, Dec. 9 (UP) Prime
Minister Anthony Eden will shuf-
fle several key posta in his cabi-
net before, hi trip to; see Presi-
dent Eisenhower late next month,
authoritative sources said today.
Eden has not reached final de-
cisions, the sources said, but is
expected to have his new. lineup
ready before Christmas or at the
latest before his Jail. 30 date with
the President In Washington.
Sources said the chanfes may
Involve Chancellor of the Exche-
quer R. A. Butler and Foreign
Secretary Harold Macmillan.
One unconfirmed report said
Butler may be promoted ad
made deputy, prime nujpUter and
leader of the House of Commons.
Macmillan might he in line to
succeed Butler in the treasury
post
Selwyn Lloyd, present minister
of defense, haa been' mentioned
I a possible candidate for for-
eign secretary should Macmillan
be transferred.
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ACROSS 3 Methods
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"I don't want to scare you, but daddy says if I don't get
batter gradas somebody's going to get epanked!"
6 Venezuelan Officers
Graduated By USARCARIB
-
Docking of the Venezuela de- visit include a trip to the Panama
Canal Looks; Albrook Air force
Base; Jungle Warfare Training
Center; Fort San Lorenzo; toco
Solo Naval Station; 764th Anti-air-
craft Battalion; Ordnance instal-
lation at Coroza I; Engineer de-
monstration at Las Cruces; Signal
Photographic Laboratory and en-
luted and officers graduation at
Ft. Gulick. Upon completion of the
Canal Zone tour, the students will
depart Coco Solo aboard the "Nue-
va Esparta" for Colombia and
then to their own country.
CONFUSION IN UTA1
SALT LAKE CITY -(UP) -
Uta, as most people know, was
founder' by a pioneer named Brig-
ham Young. And Utah Governor
J. Bracken Lee is noted ss some-
thing of a pioneer himself, since be
recently said he won't pay his In-
come tax because the federal
government Is spending too much
of i not foreign aid. One stern
letter writer apparently has con-
fused the two. Lee hsa received a
letter addressed to Gov. J. Bracken
Young.
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40 Deep hole
Peruse
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48 Pronoun
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50 Print In g
mistakes
33 Blush
34 Teamster
55 Expunge
Equals
DOWN
1 Demolishes
2 Large hawk
Unit of
reluctance
7 War god
8 Withhold
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atroyer "Nueva Esparta'' Friday,
Dec. 2, marked the beginning of
a one-week whirlwind tour of the
United States Army,.Navy and
Air Force tasti'lations of the Csn-
al Zone by 11 members of Vene
zuela's "La Escuela Superior."
Accompanied by 11 members of
the school faculty, United States
Army advisors and civilians, the
group of senior military leaders ar-
rived in the Canal Zone to compel
the final phase of their 2-year
course of instructions will complete
the training.
Guests of the United States Ar-
my Caribbean School, the visitors
were met at Coco Solo's Pier 1,
by Colonel John J. Davis, USARC
. ARIB School Commandant, and
whisked to Ft.1 Gulick to begin a
7-day. tour oi the Isthmus. High
lights of thflristey iwjll be the-.yS-
ABCAR1B School's em." "
This is the first class to be turn-
ed out by the Venezuelan Military
School and the Field Grade stu-
dents have studied for approximate-
ly two years. To complete training,
the school commandant, Col o n e 1
Regulo Pacheco Vivas, arranged
for a series of field trips to vari-
awausft oe. installations. Formal instruc-j
c%remonWs,tod?y What), Ho* ie presented at Concho Blan-

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six senior' officers' from Venezuela
will graduate from the schoojf"
First on' the agenda was a brief-
ing on the USARCARIB School by
Colonel Davis and a tour of the
school'** ioMUjetiousl divisions
Other stops during the week-long
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Clayton Officers'
Wives Play Santa
To Old Folks Home
The Fort Clayton Officers' Wires
Club played Santa Claus last week
at AsUo de Bolivar, Panama s old
folks Home. fc
The women presented Fa t h e r
, Juan de Dips Porcell and aister
- Aria Mario -much needed equlp-
' meat for the home. Eight wheel
chairs and six serving carts were
among the .many presents.
This is the second year the Clsy-
ton Officers Wives hsve sided the
Asilo. Last Christmas sesson they
prepared and served a turkey din-
ner for all the home's 3000 resid-
' This ye" *,y be*11? PjB"ln
car when Mrs. Ralph Sievers,
weitsre chairman for the.orgeniz-
ation. conferred with Esther Por-
cell and Sister Am MaVlo months
ago as to what the home needed
most. The cry was for wheel chaira
and serving carts.
Members responded to the caU.
Last week Mrs. Sievers, Mra. Pe
ter S. Peca, honorary president,
and Mrs. J. K. Dooley, president;
visited the home and took a van
containing the wheel chairs, serv-
ing cam and many other item
including plastic tableware and
other hospital supplies.
This was a warate function to
the Clayton Officers' Wives Club
normal welfare program They wdl
present a luncheon * J^lffiJ
for the children of this Bell Vista
orphanage on Dec. 17th. at tne
Fort Clayton Officers' Club.
y/oTsoot Deer
But Bags Them
Just The Same
MIDDLEV1LLE, Mich. --
V V. Taylor, who doesn t go deer
hunting because he "can't bear to
shoot them." has bagged four deer
during recent yearswith his suto-
mobile. __. .... .
The Middleville druggist lulled
two deer on sepsrate oceaafonsand
then two at once recently when
they leaped in front of his car
near Cenoville. Tabor said he
doesn't like "either version of the
sport and that "nry version' i
cosUy in car rene if*.
AWAY tOSf IT ALL
MARION. Mas (-P) Three
time*, hurricane spawned tidal
waves battered Russell Makepiece'
ocean-front hotoe. So he's moving
the residence to a new location far
from the sea. The move will cost
him $15,000. ________
DOCS GOOD PATISNTS
ITHACA. N. Y. -(UP)- A Cor-
nell University reterineriaa says
dogs are the easiest small animals
0 treat "They seem sore-cooper-
ative.' said Dr. Robert W. Kirk,
ten* added that cats are too inde-
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1953 VAUXHALL 795.
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1952 LINCOLN "CAPRI"
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1953 FORD "VICTORIA"
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< 1953 DODGE
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1948 NASH
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Bradomin, Chivilingo
Top Contenders In $750
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The Stud Chumuneu's hard-running Chilean
colt Quematodos is an almost unanimous choice
among local prognosticators to cop tomorrow's fea-
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Juan Franco Graded Entries
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COMMENT
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4Vi 9m. Ptm $00.00 Net Closes 12:45
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M. Team US Good chinee la mud
B. Sanaa Vtx Doesn't seem likely
C. Uno US -Lacka oarly apead
Agulrre US -Could get up hard
US -Depend aa start
F. Alearen US Faateet at getaway
J. Phillips 100 -Ratei good chanca
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UCOND S.ACI Of TNI OOUSLI
A Rayas R. 104 -Usually beau CoUege Girl
J. Phillips 111 -Rates good chance
R. Oamero 110 Last doesnt' count
coin Dr BtU wound up tonrth 0OaUag Olri A. Visques US Improving steadily
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Mossadrq got up to ouUast
Quematodos in a thrillni stretch
drive last Sunday after the latter
had sprinted Into a wide lead f,nUhM, Zui. alinoed saddle: ,
the backstretcl... Bradomin Jed "J^*^*
purse
Montero. Don pastor.
which
down -
was third. Bsrlyon fourth, Persian
Countess fifth and Chivilingo last.
Hipocrates, Which was sixth in
that rsce, wss scratched from
tomorrow's list of starters.
Off bis lsst performance, Que-
mitodos figures to sprint into a
confortable lead, stave off the
chsUenges of speedy ChivUtago
and Bradomin then hold Persian
Countess snd Bsrlyon safe is the
drive. However, things could be
ZSV3KS. srs-K-s--. -
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:ed
er-
s the handicapper haa
the weight assignments cons;
Quematodos will carry 115 this
time ss compared to 100 his pre-
vious time out. Bsrlyon, arMcli
went with Ul, gets in wrth 100.
Bradomin, which carried 105, to
up to 108. Chivilingo which ran
with 106 will carry the feather if
only 100 and Persian Countess
drops two pounds to 108.
Cristian Rebolledo, as usual.
will ride Quemstodos. Alejandre
Icszs sgain has the sssignment on
Bsrlyon. The other three schedul-
ed starters will have different rid-
ers thia Ume. Hector Ruiz, who
was on Bradpmin last two. 01
pilot Persian Countess. Manuel Y-
caxa replaces Ruiz aboard Brado
:. onH chivilingo ill
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min and .
Braulio Baeza on his b a c K i
stead of Raul Gamero.
Nine other prospective thrillers
are included on an attracitve pro-
gram. _^
Yesterday, the Haras Carln-
thla's promising prospects, b
artIB and Tlngat. finished one-
two in the 31.000 added Moth-
er's Day Classic" for two-year-
old natives. .
The Louis Martins' entry went
off the mutuels favorite. They
returned 04.00, IS and Of across
the board.
Jockey Bias Agulrre, up on B
and B, got his mount off to a
good start but as boxed In be-
tiore reaching the first turn
'when Carlota swerved and tan-
gled several of the starters In
the first furlong. B and B made AJ A ^M iM
a rapid recovery, however, and r*.,,,1" T0:,.iS
as already second to the fast-
moving Don Pastor when he
j swung into the baekatretch.
Three furlongs out. Agulrre
gave B and B his head and he
quickly rushed up, took com-
mand and opened a good lead
which he steadily increased in
the run down the homestretch,
croaatng the finish line fully four
lengths to th e good.
j mnbseanstc Tlngat, slow to get
going, gained ground steadily
and finished strongly, to beat
owt Don Brigido for place money
Curaaalefia trailed In that or-
der. El Pasha, third choice to
the betting behind the entry
and Don Pastor, was the biggest
disappointment of the rac with
an unusually poor performance.
After the race, owner Martins
and Mrs. Martina were present-
ed with a silver trophy by Mrs.
rabila a da Leon, an employ*
of th track management's of
mothers for the occasion.
Unlike the classic, moat of
yesterday's races had thrilling
finishes with mutuels choices or
second favorites dominating the
card. An exception was Don
Jaime's $31.80 upset victory in
the fifth race.
The dividends:
FIRST BACK
1-Orisu $8.30. 4.
3Choya $3.80.
SECOND RACE
1Don Dani $5.00. 3. 3.20.
2Merry Slipper $3.80, 3.40.
3Young Prince $3.80.
Doable: $5840.
THIRD RACK
1-La Guararefta $3.40. 340, 230
2Avispa $2.00. 2.20.
3 Bagdad $2 20.
One-Two: $0.00.
FOURTH RACE
1-SIxaola $8.20, 4.40. 3.
2Que Lindo $7.20, 600.
3Pregonero $6.80.
Quiniela: $0100.
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V
upset
7 fa*. Persa $275.00 feel Closes 1:45
onsT- TWO
1Enriqueta
8Sirena
3Arranquin
4Consentida
5Rlomaj-
0Mueco
O. Praseott US Distance to liking
A Visques US Weak effort in last
A. Ycaza 130 Form indicates
J. Phillips US Could go all the away
K. Flores US Depends on mood
V. Castillo 118 Has beaten better
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QUIN
QUINIILA
is aade the place had he not bore
place
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PTFTH RACK. "
1Don Jaime $2180, 380
2 Regli $2.80.
SIXTH RACE
1Amin Dldi $8, 3.80. 4.
2-Oranero $380, 7.20.
3Discovery $13.60.
SEVENTH RACE
*1Fenht $12. 23, 5.30.
2Leaden $8.80, 680.
3Jaquimazo $4-20.
Second Doable: $5340.
EIGHTH RACE
2Charlie McCarthy $2 20.
Quiniela: $3.40.
NINTH RACE
1-B and B (e) $4.00. S, 5.
2Tlngat (e).
3Don Brindo $4.20.
One-Two: $34.40.
TENTH RACE
1Mayflower (e) $5.
2Old Smuggler (e).. \
1Julie
3-Ocean Star
3PeUte
4YoelBto
5 Metto
0Portal
Set.
B. Baeza 97*Lightweight could
A. Tcaaa 117 Could score again
R. Cristian 112 Showing improvement
A. Visques 117 Usually close up
A Ycasa 101 Poor recent races
A. Valdivia 110 Everything indicates
help
15-1
2-1
3-1
41
10-1
3-2
D" IsagaiWd 1 MftePatae $000.00 feel Cleaea 2:55
Vulcanizado J: Jimnez UOx Has strong finish $-1
SKiosco K Pita G. 102x -Chance in mud only 10-1
3Erie A Visques 113 Will fight it out EVEN
*Gallito p. Alvares US Mas real class 2-5
"M-r
IVa ft, fur* $400.00 feel. Closes 1:15
MOST AC! Of THI DOU6LI
1Black Gold R. Cristlin 113 Distance too short
3Verticordia E. Ortega 114 Prefers long route
3Dona Beatriz F. Alvares 110 Could score this Ume
0 Encachada M. Hurley 110 Improving slowly
5Moon Beam M. Ycasa 118 -fast doesnt count
0Carnea
A. Reyes R. 105* improving, not yet
$-1
10-1
EVEN
10-1
55
10-1
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i Vi fes.fart* $500.00 feet Oseas 4:05
SECOND ACI OF THI DOUIlf
1Topocalma
2Pugilist
3Marlanina
4Fellac
5Lanero
0Greco
7(Am at
8 (Florera
A. Ycaza 110 Poor effort in last
F. Alvares 115 Returns from layoff
B. Baeza 107x Not against these
M. Ycasa US Hard to best here
J. Jimenez 103x Must go lower
V. Castillo 112 Usually close Up
R. Gamero 105 Form indicates
E. Pita O. lOlxCould be winner too
I ..8..
Off O rd 00'OSi.S ""*" ' L
ONI TWO ~
1El Regalo V. CasUllo 118 Lsst wss revesllng
2S. Windsor A. Visques US Poor effort in lsst
3V. Darling J. Phillips 104 Needs more distance
4Flrenze E. Darlo 108 Improving steadily
STom Collins J. Cadogan 113 Could pay off hero
0Our Fancy V. Rodrigues lili Longshot specialist
7Viajero C. Iglesias 110 Nothing
4-1
3-1
30-1
3-2
15-1
3-1
/ 2-1
2-1
IM0I
3-2
8-1
5-1
4-1
10-1
20-1
30-1
AN AFTERTHOUGHTBoston's Bob Cousy uses a backstroke,
motion to recover from a defensive mistake and prevent Syra-
cuse's George King from shooting. Action took place during; a-
National Basketball Association contest at New York._
Local Chess News
Election of officers far the
new Panama Chess Center w'll
be held Sunday, Dec. 18, at S
p.m., it waa announced today.
All members are being urged
to attend.
, JUNIOR VARSITY
NEW YORK (NEA) Brook-
lyn St. John's opens the .season
by starting an all-junior basket-
ball team. ,
Juan Franco Tips
By LUIS ROMER
1Quo Vadls Welcome Stranger
2College Girl Chepanita
3Sirena
4Ocean Star
5Erie
0Doa Beatriz
7Fellac
8El Regale
Donny Boy
10Qu em a tod o*
Enriaueta
Portal
Galisto
Moon Beam
Greca
Sweet Windsor
Fontainebleau
Bradomin
3S. Spruce A. Gonzlez U2xWay down in class
4Gay Spot M. Ycasa 108
5Donny Boy A. Vazquez 118
6D'shire Club A. Valdivia 113
7Fontalnebleu B. Agulrre 115
8B. Blade J. Cadogan 103
0 American Maid H. Rula 108
Last doesn't count
Racing to top form
Seeks repeat victory
Despite poor effort
Early speed only
Rsclng to top form
5-1
a
3-1
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15-1
8-1
SIS eseo rJ 0001$ * awedw| e>;, see* tig
1Barlyon A. Ycaza 108 Better chance now 3-1
2Bradomin M. Ycasa 108 Will fight it out 2-1
3Quematodos R. Cristian 115 Form indicates EVEN
4Chivilingo B. Baeza lOOx Longshot possibility 30-1
5Persian Countess H. Ruiz 108 Will be close up 4-1 ,
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Campanella
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NEW YORK, Dec. f (UP)
Roy Campanella, who climaxed
baseball's "comeback story of
the year" by winning his third
most valuable player award, said
today be wished Brooklyn Dodg-
er teammate Duke Snider "had
on thla one."
the award three
as test aa overwhelming
anca and I can't say
bear happy I *"." the brllMant
Jtogre catcher aaaf. "Bat, at
toe aaaaa tAwe, I realty "wash
Defce eewld have wew th's eae.
Be's aaeh a great hitter and,
after ah, | AM wia the award
twice kef ore."
Campanella. who ala* ran
Use award in 1051 and iff), brat
ut Snider this year in one of.
tha closest races in history. The
34-year-old beckato avisad 3
Patota to Solder's 231 and w__
named a each of the 34 bellota
arbU the slugging Brooklyn out-
OesSar waa left completely off
rule Banks, the Chicago
Cabe' brilliant sbortatop, was
third with Iff patota wh2e Wli-
Ue Mays of the New York Gl-
antf. who von too award in
Ti-Z! 9rth wlu * "fr-
a Reaerta. Tad Kluazewski, Don
aewcombe. Eton Musial, Hank
Aaron and Peewee Reate round-
ed out the top if.
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Season's First Doubieheader On
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S/jiir Cola, Chesterfield
To Battle For League Lead
v By 1. J. HARRISON JR.
Jo Nachio's Chesterfield Smokers and Leon
Kellman's Spur Cola Sodamen meet for the first time
this season in a doubieheader at the Olympic Sta-
dium this evening.
Marcelo (Chelito) Gordon and Humberto Rob-
inson are scheduled to oppose Jim Tugerson and Vi-
bert Clarke on the mound. The twinbill will be the
first of the season.
to take oer if young aordon
runs Into trouble this evening.
. A sweep o the bargain bill (or
cither club would place the win-
ner in the lead by a two-game
margin. A apUt would leave
them tied.
Heavy rana which began
falling early yesterday after-
noon caused the season^ first
postponement last night. The
Yankees had Ke.cn scheduled
to play the Seamen.
The postponement has no*
hurt the wlnless Yankees who
have gone down In defeat four
stralpht times. The respite will
rive them a chance to rest up
OoAlon, a former tar In the
Panama Amateur League, will
be making his pro League de-
but. He pitched for Billings.
Class C Pioneer League last sum-
mer.
Robinson, In his only appear-
ance this season, beat the Carta
Vieja Yankees 3 to 1 in the sea-'
son opener. He was relieved in
the seventh by Ross Grlmsley.
Tugerson worked six stanzas
against the Yankees in the ex-
tra inning game the Sodamen
won 7 to 4 Tuesday night,
giving up a run and five hits.
Clarke worked an inning in
that game also, permitting four
hits and one run.
Nachlo Is in somewhat of a
spot for pitching since Jerry Da-
vis underwent an, emergency
appendoetomy early this week.
The Smoker manager saya he
will have Alberto Osorio ready
Frankie Baumholti
Traded To Phillies
By Rebuilding Cubs
CHICAGO, Dec. 9 (UP)
The Chicago Cubs- today an-
nounced the sale of outfielder
Franklt BaumhoKi to the
Philadelphia Phillies, remov-
ing another famllar name
from the roster of the Nation-
al League club here.
On Tuesday, the club an-
nounced the trade of th'rd
baseman Ransom Jackson to
the Brooklyn Dodgers, for ln-
fielder Don Hoak and out-
fielder Walt Moryn.
A cluh spokesman.said that
the veteran outfielder, who .s
36. was sold for an undisclosed
am because he "doesn't tit
into future plans" for the
Cabs. Manager Stan Hack has
eight outfielders remaining on
the roster, and the Cubs said
they 'till want to set what
the newer men have."
Sports Shorts
affair, begins at 6 o'clock.
Tesis, Martnez Bout
Could Clear Up Vacant
135-Pound Title Muddle
NEW YORK, Dec. 9 (UP) A
youngster who entered college
on a basketball scholarship has
their harried pitching staff, run off with top scoring honors
They engage^ the Smokers to-in major-college football.
morrow night. Final NCAA, figures show All
This evening's first game, America halfback Jimmy Swlnk
which will be a seyen-lnrrtng j of Texas Christian was 1955s
top scorer. Swink accounted
for 125 points on 20 touchdowns
and five conversions. Another
All America Jon Arnett of
Southern California finished
second with 108 points on 15
touchdowns and la extra -points.
Oklahoma halfback Tommy Mp-
Donald tied for third with Ma?
ryland's Ed Vered and Art Lup=>
pino of Arizona. Each scored 98
points.
MIAMI. Florida The Thor-
oughbred Racing Associations
have named "Nashua" as the
CLASSIC LEAGUE
Team Standings
American champion of 1955.
The racing secretaries of the
Sunday's Colon Arena clash pleading on that score Sunday i {' h .Aft n *' *eA' Hotel El Panama......1
between Tsidro Martinez and night. It Is a sure fire cinch that {S^B^dheNa^,10!n &av'te Restaurante Skycbef .... ?2 22
Pedro Tesis will be the second Martines will be using his "1,^ ^Ll1^ ^^^V^-
of a series of elimination match-! gresslve, perpetual motion style King Ra
, RESTAURANTE
'Gleichman 188
es to decide the vacant lsth- all the way.
mian 135-pound title.
Tesis fought and. defeated
Horacio Qit's. several months
ago '-i the first elimination
encounter,
Wilfredo Brown, the last man
ito wear the crown, lost It on a
t Weight forfeit when he beat
Federico Plummer in.a ham-1 to Martinez,
oionshlp scrap a few months
back.
Up to now Tesls-Martine.T af-
fairs have been the type of bout
that fans never tire of seeing.
Tesis is a counter puncher
who loves to have his opponent
"om tn and sluq it out. Pedro
has been seen on numerous oc-
casions to practically plead that
his man advance and mix
things up.
He will not have to do
The tough battler
ceived the 12 other votes.
Trainer James "Sunny
Jim"
can fight no other way.
Both men wind up their
training grinds today. Martinezl " ^s*2clal!on'?.. ne.*aSuar-
had done more work than Tesis ts yesterday in Miami, Florl-
because the former has been in-lda- Nashua recently was put up
active since he decisloned Davey "' b th* Belair Stud
28 lOZeletes
Lane
Seymour Agency
Austin-Nash .. ..
21 23
n 27
Hotel El Panama stretched
Fitzsimmons accepted the' award jhY," lead in the Classic League
at the Association's hadquar-l^L1' '" 'S,'~tfcPe
itera esterdv in Miami winrt.'*0 8lx S^meS) oy wo""* a
to one win over Seymour Agen-
cy. Billy Coffey and Ted Wllber
Welch
Balcer
. 189
. 190
. 15
, 202
SKYCHEF
179 182 549
157
181
181
213
203
195
169
223
549
566
508
638
925 '969 914 2808
any
Moore early this year. Moore
beat Tesis two weeks after losing
Isidro's trainer Joe Walcott,
has put Martines through more
than 79 rounds s nee workouts
started a- month ago. WalcoH's
schedule calls for a total of S9
stanza*.
The- eight-round semifinal
brings together Sammy Medina
and Rafael (Bull) Brathwaite
in a return match. Sammy re-
cently earned a thrilling split
decision victory over the Bull.
f
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ecorates your room
elights your ear

*
Farm. Nashua will be sold to the
highest bidder by Dec. 15.
Other awards were given to
Mrs. Anson Blgelow, owner of
the champion two-year-old '^ilt,
"Nail" and to Mrs. Ogden
Phlpps, owner of "Neji" the
champion steeplechase horse.
Individual Averages
Coffey .. '.. ,.......314
scored highest for the Hotel-men
while Charlie Kutsch and Chuck
McGarvey led Seymour Agency.
HOTEL EL PANAMA
Wllber .
Feger .
Bowen .
Melanson
Coffey .
Hermann
FOOTBALL
Football coaches have ehoson
Duffy Daugherty of Michigan
State's Rose Bowl team as col-
lege coach of the year. Daugh^^u"
erty received almost 40 per cent>t~h
of the votes In the annual pollMco.rvcv
of he New York World Telegram Colbert
and Sun and other Scrlpps-
Howard newspapers.
203
193
188
202
172
169
183
162
174
199
190
161' 537'
172
181
202
Best
Bale
Kutech ..,,.
Colbert .. .....
| MoOarvey ., ..
p Hermann .. ,.
W3. Fger .. .
Gleichman
Larrabee .
Jacober ..
523
557
571
t
't
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e
a
at so
iv
206
203
197
192
1M
187
187
188
184
183
958 887 906 2751
SEYMOUR AGENCY
192
184
200
216
180
167
176
an
181
140
170
147
167
170
183
PACIFIC COSMOPOLITAN
MIXED LEAGUE
CLASSIC VICTORY B and
B romps across the finish line
in the "Mother's Day" Classic
with entrymate Tlngat (ex-
treme left) and Don Brlgldo
in closest pursuit. Jockey Bias
Aguirre is on the winner.
(Bottom) Mrs. Rosita Martinz
receives the winner's trophy
from Mrs. Fablola S. De Leon.
(Left to right) Jockey Virgilio
Castillo, who rode Tingat;
Mrs. Martinz, track manager
Alberto de Obarrio, Mrs. De
Leon, Louis Martinz, Aguirre
and trainer Agustn Soane Jr.
Mrs. De Leon, an employe of
the track manager's office,
made the trophy presentation
In representation of Panama-
nian mothers.
Along The Fairways
PANAMA WOMEN'S GOLF
ASSOCIATION
Line up for Saturday's PWGA
Tournament at the Brazos Brook
Club Is as follows:
No. 1 Tea
8:30 C Burns, L- Reynolds,
L. Knuth.
8:40 C. Bishop, M. Askew
J. Halquist.
8:50 D. LaCrolx, R. Tor-tori-
ci, M. Tubbs.
9:00 M. Garrett, F- Daye, J.
Copeland.
9:10 F. Twomey, N- Spagna,
M. Morris.
No. 19 Tee
8:30 K. Call, S. Carpenter,
E. Mathlson.
8:40 H. Schull, R. Kruger,
B. Dllfer.
8:50 E. Dials, B. Hughes, B
Fish.
9:00 L. Johnson, M. Buca-
lo, N. Whitney, M. Davidson.
9:10 V. Pavlic, E. Puls, J. Stir
wait, M. Dollerschell.
Matches can be made up at
the club for anyone not on the
above line up.
There'll be two turkeys to
shoot for plus everyone gets
a prize. This Is our white ele
fihant tourney and each golfer
s to bring an unwrapped gift.
I've heard the sun's been
shining on the Atlantic side so
it should be a dry course.
Team Standings
5
507
578 Termites
567, Braniff Airways
509iT*
'Car
183 309,Tasco ..
_________'Carlos .,

20 10
18 12
16 14
10 14
V
972 881 837 2690, Seymour Agency......15 15
Dehlinger's Agency ..
13 17
11 19
11 1
nnhi !r Restaurante Skychef bumped Yankees
Mhi f T y!8t* r d into. Austin-Nash and got shel- Sleepers
nfT. w.ut hopeninf.ro,,nfl^cked by a four to nothing.
A_ e.xMi?m'- -P*n GoIf Tour count. Chucjt- Almeda tad ev- All matches rolled on the
erythlng. irWng lust right and tent* week of the Pacific Cos-
scored a terrific 094 that offset.mopolltan Mixed League were
the 638 of Bud Balcer. N. Z.jdeclded on a two to one basis:
Stephens and Earle Best alsofTasco over Braniff Airways;
scored over 660 to help Austin- Yankees over Caribe; Termites
nament. Doug Ford and Billy
Maxwell led early flnjshers with
60s...or four, under par. But
those rounds are nullified, and
they must start all over today.
Groceries Come
To A Coach Only
If He Is Winner
NEW ROCHELLE, N. Y. (NEA)
,lona's Jimmy McDePmott was
telling bout the ticket plan the
college worked out with a chain
grocery store.
"They buy 2,000 tickets and give
em away as premiums with ord-
ers." he said.
"Does this include your groceri-
es?" Coach McDermott was asked.
"My groceries come with the
j deal only if we win," he replied.
Then I can keep buying "em."
... Nash total 2944.
AUSTlN-NASH
Stephens 4 21 163
Thomas 151
Almeda jacober 235 246
.'. 192 173
Best . ..225 191
185
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213
188
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Ray Robinson
Olson Title
Bout Tonight
CHICAGO, Dec 9 (UP)1
Both champion and challenger
insist they will have little trou-
ble "making weight" when they
step on the seales today In Chl-
' cago.
Middleweight champ Bobo
; Olson says he'll hit the 100-,
poikid limit easily. Challenger:
Sugar Ray Robinson has main-
tained all through training that
weight is no problem for him.
Olson and Robinson meet to-
night at Chicago Stadium.
There have been reports that,
Olson, who weighed 169 pounds
for a fight last June with light-
heavyweight champion Archie
Moore, might have trouble par-
ing down.
Manager Sid Flaherty suys
Olson scaled 181 yesterday, but
would "dry out" easily by
weigh-in at 1 p.*. (EST. Rob-
inson scaled 159 yesterday and
wants to hit 15 and three-
quarters.
The promoting International
Boxing Club expects about 12.-
C00 persons for the 15-rounder-
A spokesman says sales have
picked up recently, Indicating
the net gate may go over $150,-
000-dollars.
Olson says he has a special
reason for wanting to win to-
night's defense against former
champ Sugar Ray Robinson.
Robinson la the only man still
fighting who holds two victories
ear Olson...and the champ
wants to avenge both losses.
over Dehlinger's Agency; Sleep-
ers over Seymour Agency.
Bud Balcer and Harry Colbert
111 led Tasco to victory over Bran-
479 iff Airways. Rosemarie Kenealy
694'and Ken Woodcock were high
553 for Braniff Airways.
607 Earle Best of the Yankees hit
-----668 and was too much for the
942 2944 Caribs who were.led by Ray
Walker.
Billy Coffey was the highest
bowler in the Termites' win over
Dehlinger's Agency. "Doc" An-
derson was the bright spot for
Dehlinger's Agency.
Grigsby and Chief Larrabee
led the Sleepers to victory over
Seymour Agency while sub Bob
Bowen and Virgil camby scored;
highest for Seymour Agency".
Archie Moore,
Pompey Fight
Set For Mar. 13
LONDON, Dec. a(OT)
The world cru'ser weight-
champienshlp fight between
tltlehoMer Archie Moore or
the United States and Yetan-
do Pompey of Trinidad, orlgl-
nally scheduled for Earls
Court Stadium Jan. 19, now
has been fixed for Rarrlngay
Arena, Marf h 13.
Tonigh,
TAHOIM
PANAM PRO LEAGUE
Teams Won Lost Pet.
Spur Cola............ 2 0 1.000
Chesterfield.......... 2 0 1.000
Carts Vieja a......... 0 4 .000
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Panama American
"Let the people know the truth and the country is safe** Abraham Lincoln.
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PANAMA, R. P., FRIDAY, DECEMBER f, IMS
nVE CENTS
Knowland, Kefauver Move Closer
To Formal Presidential Candidacy
Gaitskell Favored
To Succeed Attlee
LONDON, Dec. 9 (UP) Hughl ver by Gaitskell may have hurt
Gaitskell turned down a back-1 his campaign for the leadership,
stain maneuver today and stale-! But most political observers
ed a firm claim for the leader-j thought he would still winbut
Labor
49.
with a reduced voe total
Meanwhile he Labor Party
won its second by-election in
(NBA Telephoto)
WASHINGTON. Dec. 9 (UP)
Sens. William F. Knowland Calif.) and Estes Kefauver (D-
Tenn.) appeared a step closer to-
day to becoming avowed candidat-
es for President.
, Friends of Knowland disclosed
the Senate Republican leader will!
announce his candidacy by late
BAr TOURNAMENT QUEEN Joan Culver, 18-year-old Pasa- I January or wriy February.
denacTS College freshman, has been selected to reign as queen Th-y ,, ^ ^w d. ^
nfthe Tournament of Roses, Jan. 1. Joan, who will be officially
crownea Decam28, Is shown admiring a bouquet o roses, the
symbol of her royal title, at Pasadena, Calif._____
All Vehicles To Be On Same
Inspection Schedule On CZ
or other official
marker be obtained for each such
the vehicle. ,
has
"Vehicles shall be inspected in
accordance with the provisions
of the regulations.
plai
Une
"Inspection shall
be based on
otu>
An amendment to the Canal vehicle, trailer, semitrailer and
ZonS iehicular traffic regulations pole trailer operating over Canal
Xvidta! foi-the annual inspection Zone highways .shall be inspected
of bothi commercial and private and an official certificate of in-
mowr vehicles on a definite sched- speclion and approval and ind-
agas Issued by Gov. J. I fhteW atteker
Scvbold. .
'ine inspection periods for
various types of vehicles
hien "triggered with the inspec
tion of commercial vehicles reg-
istered in the Canal Zone set for
November and December in Mo-
tor Transportation garages on
both sides of the Isthmus. Com- standards and specif cations
marcial vehicles registered in the1 lined in the regulations.
rP?"ed^urin?nTecembrbe. ..Certificates of inspection shall
5nuarv be good until the conclusion of the
" '' --'-- v-uiciM i next succeeding year's inspection
Private and all other venic es and ,, (or tne Mn ^ue.
which are required to be in ceedjng year Dy navlng their
pected to the CaaI z\i vehicles inspected during the
under the turn J*** "*" months mentioned.:'
latloas, will be inspected dur- _________^______
tag the months ol Jaauiry aad .
fes. *.4-| New^mPfe
arwStort Work Wlth
shall be issued by the Superin-,
tendent of the Motor
.nho 'amendment to the vehicu- Three new employes, two from
lar regulations issued by the Gov- the United States and one hired
mor follows in part: I locally, Joined the Canal organ-
Once each year every motor izatlon during the last two weeks; Metal
f President Elsenhower has fail-
ed to reveal his plan* by that
time.
In the Kefauver camp informed
sources said the Tennessee Demo-
crat has selected F. Joseph Do-
nohue, Washington attorney and
former District of Columbia Com-
missioner, to manage his campaign
for the Democratic nomination.
They said Donohue's appointment
will be confirmed when Kefauver
formally announce his candidacy
in.a week or 10 days.
Friends of Knowland said the
Californian feels he would be just-
ified in entering state Republican
Presidential primaries\even if Mr.
Eisenhower has not revealed his
lans before the primary desd-
es.
PC Jells 2,290
Tons Of Ferrous
Scrap To 3 Bidden
50' Ketch Here
Alter Battling
Equinox Weather
The ketch No Name made it
in from> the Pacific to the port
of Balboa a few days ago with
SothlnT worse than a ew torn
Mils to show for Its battle with
'equinox-weather" off Central
A But tar crew of three had no
name, no printable name, for
the succession of rain .squall
thev battled all the way from
Aeapulco, Mexico. The falling
water, they reported, was worse
than the wind. With only three
aboard the four-hour watches
set up a routine In which every-
thing and everybodyincluding
the Arctic-type beard of at least
one crewmanwas wet most 01
the time.
Things moulded too, in a way
the three young men had never
dreamed o when they set out
from Puget Sound to "ferry" the
No Name through the Canal and
up to New York.
They left 8eattle Sept. 2, but
atonoed at several ports en
route.
Right now the trio are sun-
ning out In the comparatively
dry weather before the isthmian
dry season. Also they're enjoy-
ing having some land under
th-lr legs.
The ketch which measures
some 50-odd teet. will be pulled,
out at Balboa Yacht Club for \
some work on its auxiliary mo-
tor.
A total of 2,290 tons of miscella-
neous ferrous scrap metal was
sold by the Panama Canal Co.
this week- to three high bidders
for a total of $79,771. At the same
time four lower guard gates were
sold to the Hugo Neu Corp. of
New York for $6.760.
Bids on the scrap metals and
the guard gates were opened last
Friday siultaneously in the Pro-
curement Office in Tew York
and in the Office of the Superin-
tendent of Storehouses in Balboa.
The scrap metal, which includ-
ed a large quantity of steel and
iron, was sold to the Commerical
. Metals Co., of Dallas. Texas,
in November, according to Per- the Hug0 Neu Corp tnd jonn V
sonnel Bureau records. Carter, of Curandu.
_ ., Commercial Metals, entered* a
Employes hired in the States high bid of $57,472 one light of the
included Doris A-Daume, of Pal-; 16 jtems. Neu Corp. was high
^Transporta-! PanQfTia CCIIiCll CO.
But these associattes said Know-
land expects Mr. Eisenhower to
announce next month whether he
will seek a second term.
Knowland believes political
pressure will compel an early
announcement from the Presi-
dent, even If Mr. Bisenhewer is
willing, te follow the advice of
those counselling a delay until
spring, Knowland's atieci ates
said.
Kefauver, like Knowland. Is a
believer in Presidential primaries.
He was in Knowland's home state
today for a speech and for con-
ferences with his California sup-
porters.
In another political development,
Sen. Barry Gold water (R-Arli)
replied to yesterday's charge by
Adlai Stevenson that top Republic-
US Moves To Lei
Chinese Know They
Are Free To Leave
ans, Including Goldwater. are
tempting to fo
at-
. foster "the ugly poli-
tics of group hatred."
Other Republicans referred to in
Stevenson's attack included agri-
culture secretary Erra/T. Benson,
interior secretary Douglas McKay,
and Fred Crawford, Cleveland in-
dustrialist and national chairman
of the "Salute to Eisenhower" din-
nerrs.
Stevenson told the AFLCIO can-
v.ntion the "ugly polit leief
group hatred" started with Ben-
Solons Hear About
Bill For Architects
Who Work For Canal
House Subcommittee solons si-
so heard from Gov. Seybold on
H.R 7811 which would provide
for registration and regulation of
architects and professional engi-
neers in the Canal Zone.
The Governor told the commit-
tee:
"This proposed legilation w s s
prepared and forwarded to your
sen's "attempt to blame the farm-
er's current depression oh the ci-
ty worker's wage increase.
"And. now the chairman of the
Republican Senatorial committee
(Goldwater) has charged labor
leaders with organizing 'a conspir-
acy of national proportions' to take
over the Federal government ...."
he said.
In reply, Goldwater questio n e d
whether the former Illinois govern-
or believes "in basic political free-
dom."
Goldwater noted that Mr. Ei-
ship of the opposition
Party.
Sorrel-topped Gaitskell,
announced last night that he i two days by retaining the Ore-
intended to submit his name for nock seat in Scotland yesterday
the party leadership despite a In a vote called to filj the va-
"lefa not quarrel" challenge,cancv caused by the death of
from left-winger Aneurln Bevan. Hector McNeil, former Labor
Gaitskell turned down Bcvan's secretary of state
suggestion that both menj The polling gave Labor's Dr
should retire from the leader- J- Dlckson Mabon 19 698 voteai
ship stakes and leave the way compared to 17.004 for Ian Map
open for unopposed election of [Arthur of the Conservatives
old-timer Herbert Morrison as In the last general elections
successor to Clement Attlee. McNeil polled 19,378 aeainst th
r.Onorvattoc' in "' .V"
Attlee relinquished the part
Wednesday and was promptly
made an earl.
Rejection of Sevan's maneu-
Little League
Girls 10, Boys 6
Girls outnumbered boys, 10 to
6, in the births reported from
Gorgas Hospital for the week end-
ing at midnight Dec. 5.
During this'period, 171 patients
enhowerrin 'hTs"mas"ago"to m'e wrVdmtte' W ** hosPiul and
CIO-AFL convention, said that lab- 19* discharged
Conservatives' 18,345. in bottt
votes it was a two-way ileht
McNeil died in NewYork Oct
,J0WlnK a heart attack
the fJateshead constituency with
^-1 victory over Conservative,
in a two-wy balloUngT
WASHINGTON, Dec. t (UP) -
Notices that all Chinese Nation
^\^Redcta.T^ my dlrecti0,n In
W^bfpffitow!wtrWltUl.lW..d in a
or has legitimate interest in
politics but that its leaders
should protect the rights of mi-
neritas with different political
views.
In a speech to the Republican
Party league of Sarasota County,
Fla., last night, House Republican
leader Joseph W. Martin, Jr., said
there's more to "GOP," tradition-
al Republican Party slogan, than
meets the eye.
In addition to meaning "Grand
Old Party," Martin said, it also
means "guards of peace...guardi-
ans of prosperity."
myra. Mo., who has been em-
ployed as a nurse at Oorgas Hos-
pital and Perry W. Strickland, of
Havelock, North Carolina, who
will be a Powerhouse Operator
with the Electrical Division.
with $17.622.80 on four of the i-
tems and Carter bid a high $4,
721.20 on the remaining four.
Bids on the scrap metal were
received from seven companies in
the United States and one was
post offices, it was learned today.
The move is deiagned to per
suade Communist China to free
the 14 Americans still held on the
Chinese mainland. The U ni t.e d
States wants to prove to Red cm-
na it ia leaving no stone unturn-
ed to carry out its part of a.
Sept. 10 agreement on release of
each other's nationals.
The agreement worked out to
U.S.-Red Chinese negotistions at
Geneva said all Americans in
Red China and all Chinese in the
United States have the right to
leave the two nations expedi-
tiously" if they desire It also
said both nations would 'give
wide publicity" to the agreement.
Paul Friedman
Is Now Acting
Supply Director
Paul H. F"rledman, assistant
supply director, will be acting
supply director of the panam
Canal Co., during the absence qf
F. R. Johnson, who left the
Isthmus Wednesday night for
the United Statea.
Accompanied by his wife,
subsequent written report to he
commitee, I have recommended
favorable consideration of the bill
as being in the public interest
and as heing advantagous to the
Panama Canal Co. and the canal
Zone government in the employ-
ment of architects and engineers.
"A substantial and important
purpose of the bill U the protec-
tion of the professional status of
the architects and engineers of
the Canal Zone who are employes
of the Panama Canal Ci. and oth-
er government agencies. It is be-
lieved that his legislation will im-
prove the morale of our a re h 1-
tects and engineers, aad will aid
the company in recruiting and re-
taining qualified young engieers
ad architects. .
"Under this legislation their pro-
fessional status would be.clearly
recogniied and their experience in
Dredging Employe
Seeks Damages,
From Bus Company
Daughters were bom to the fol-
lowing parents: Mr. and Mrs.
O H. Blades, of Paraso; Mr. and
Mrs. E. S. Daniels of Panama Ci-
ty; Sgt. and Mrs. H. -G. Cannon
of Locona; Mr. and Mrs. C. By-
noe, of Paraiso; Mr. and Mrs. C.
Torres, of Chilibre; Mr. and Mrs.
F. A. Gomel, of Panama City;
Capt. and Mrs. H. Levitt, of Fort
Kobbe; Sgt. and Mrs. C. A. Nich-
olas, of Fort Kobbe; Sgt. and
Mrs. J. E. Taylor, of Quarry
Heights; and Mr. and Mrs. M.
Castillo T., of Gamboa.
Sons were born to the follow-
ing: Mr. and Mrs. H. V. Cfianal-
loy, of Chorrera; Mr. and Mrs.
J. B. Sarsaneda, of Panama Ci-
ty; Mr. aad Mrs. S. Urriola, of
Chilibre; Mr. and "Mrs. R. K.
Erbe, of Los Rioa; Mr. and Mrs.
F. Henry, of Panama City, and
Major and Mrs. J. R. Laterriere,
Jr., of Fort Kobbe.
Nehru To Hake
Major Speech
On Goa Province
NEW DELHI, India, Dec 9
(UP) Prime Minister Jawa-
harlal Nehru will make a major
An employe of the Canal's
Dredging Division has entered
suit in U. S. District Court for
$17,102 against the Consolidated
Transportation Service, 8. A., of
which O. S. Gill is named as
president.
In a complaint filed by At-
torney D. A. Leon, the plaintiff,
Benjamin Parada R., states that
he was driving his private auto-
mobile on Galllard Highway spch' on Goa next week and | #*% fiicmitA
near Ft. Clayton on Oct. 19 ,y comment on U.S. Secretary III VKHI IrOfflIlC
of State John Foster Dulles ref-
MAKES CHARGESecretary
of Defense John Foster Dull
at his news conference
Washington, cha r g e a that
Russia has been trying to get
India to use force in its dis-
pute with Portugal over tht
territory of Goa.
30)
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US Riles Reds
when a bus of the defendant
company struck both him and
his vehicle. The bus driver is
listed as Raimundo Villarreal R.
Parada states that his vehicle
the Canal Zone would be recog- wa9 demonshed in the accident
nisd by the various registration
boards in the United States.'
.received locaHy. Bids 'on th l Johnson will visit relatives on
The one employe hired locally gates were received from two U-ithe West and East coasts, ana
is Maria L. Keller, nurse em- nitd States firms and five locallwill remain In the United States
ployed a,C Oorgas Hospital. companies. approximately three month!.
THEY'RE FOR TECH THIS TIME University of Georgia students march through the streets
of Athens giving vent to their feelings about the controversy over whether Georgia Tech
should be allowed to play Pittsburgh In the 8u gar Bowl. Their demonstration was by way of
secondlne the resolution of the Board of Reg ents which OK'd the game. Sign carried by atur
dents says, "One Time We're For Tech." ____ .
West Germany Will
Not Send Consuls
To Soviet Union
C^^West^^an^orefc,
minister Helnrich Von Brenuno,
today told a conference of Ger-
man diplomats that the Bonn
Government will break oflTPla-
tlons with anv western countr
recognizing the East German
Communist regime.
Brentano also told the 25 am-
bassadors ministers, consuls and
other diplomats gathered for
the conference that West Ger-,
many would not establish con-,
sulates in the Soviet Union. 1
He added that offers to "tab-'
lish diplomatic relations witn
the sattelite countries would be.
rejected.
Chancellor Konrad Adenauer
already has said that recogni-,
tion of the East German gov-1
ernment would be considered an
"nnfrtendly act" and West Ger-
man representations have Deen
made to the Egyptian Govern-
ment over the establishment of
an Egyptian Trade mission In
the Soviet Zone.
Informed quarters here be-
lieved that Walter Becker, am-
bassador to Cairo, may not re-
turn to his post If the Egyptian
answer is not considered to pe
satisfactory.
and he was severely injured. He
was hospitalized until Nov. 8
with a broken leg, and other
injuries, the complaint alleges,
and will be unable to resume
his regular employment for
seven months.
He seeks damages to cover loss
of Income from regular employ-
ment at $135 a month, loss of
$640 from an extra overtime
occupation, loss of $240 from the
damaged vehicle, cost of medical
care and other items totaling
$17,162.
He also seeks to recover the
-*s of the action.
erence to the tiny territory as a
Portuguese province, Informed
sources said today.
The sources said Nehru will
address parliament early next
weekthey give no dateon
Goa. While not hinting at the
ikely course of Nehru's bpeech
the sources said it was likely to
be of "great significance'* and
would probably lay down the
government's policy in the light
of Dulles' recent pronounce-
ment.
Dulles drew considerable crit-
icism on himself by referring, in
a Joint communique with Portu-
guese Foreign Minister Pablo
Cunha issued in Washington
last week, to the "Portuguese
province" of Goa
TOKYO, Dec. 9 (UP) A Chi-
nese Communist newspaper hat
accused the United States of
supporting the "Portuguese oc-
cupation of Goa," Pelping radio
reported today.
The broadcast said the
Kwangming dally denounced
the American move as "hostile
to the stand of Asian and Afri-
can countries.". It said Red Chi-
na "flrmlv supports" India's ef-
forts to "liberate Goa."
The Communist newspaper
attacked the communique Issued
by American Secretary of State
John Foster Dulles and Portu-
guese Foreign Minister Paulo
Cunha last Friday which refer-
red to Goa as a "Portuguese
Province."
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BELLA VISTA

Wli n BU.L HICKOK
Bv Russ Winterbctham and Roloh Lane
Col. ArnoM's
Southern Drawl
At one point during Wednesday
afternoon's testimony Col. Hugh
Arnold, engineering and con-
struction director was answering
questions put by committeemen
It appeared that the official'
recorder of the hearings was
ber-ding over In Arnold's direc-
wlth eyes shut, trying to
h every word of the testl

this, rhalrmrn Edward
rapped on the table
a'ked Arnold to "speak a
^^Tslnwer" th" the recorder
Garma.! added with
speak with less of a.
Southern accc
t>oiCei\tttry Fox
Spectcicukirly spretuIs
befbrej/ou the velvet cape
c\t\d violent cuje of
Sir Walter Ralekjl*
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